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H NEW ORLEANS, Jan. L-That
H John H. Molsaut believed himself
i lopscnaWy safe in an aeroplane nn-
' ' j d"r and circumstances was made
Htir Kniva tonight by Albert S. Lvin,
Vh& connected with international nvlators.'
'j. , A feK days before his death'. Mois-
H, ant said to Levlne:
T'fW' "' hlnI: thcre is no danger In mak-
H I Ins n" aeroplane flight if the machine
H :yr : properly adjusted before the as
HjfeJ, cent. I Jo not expect to die In an
HT aeroplane flight.''
j ft oiher aviators and A. J. Moissant. I
H I I rather of die dead man, believe Mols
H I r.or.t- was dashed to his death onlv
B 1 because something suddenlv happened
H I to his machine and not because- of
H I j,il"nanagcment.
H Funeral Held Sunday Afternoon.
H The funeral of the aviator tool:
H I i lace this morning at 10 o'clock the
H I Rev. James Malone, of SL John's Ca-
M I (.-icdral. officiating. The body was
H J placed In a receiving vault at Meterlo P
H J -eusctery, whoro it will remain until E
H J a ij decided where It will permanent- n
H ( 1 rost, Tho funeral was marketl by f
B fimpliclty. fr
jvi Among tho largo list of honorary b
H 1 rail-bearers were tho team-mates of 8
H i he dead airman: Reno Simon, Reno 5
H ff Barrier, Roland G. Garros, Charles K.
- A Hamilton, John J. Frlsblo, Edmond L
H Audemars and Joe Seymour. ft
H' Great banks of flowers, including If
H y handsome offerings from the Aero I
!' f Clob of America, of Prance and of Rj
Crcat Britain, another from the team- j
mates of croissant, and many from ad-
uilrers all over tho country rested -aloat
the taskct. j-
Left Fortune to His Son.
H Ko arrangements have been mado
H , regarding tho permanent burial. It
r ' :s probable (the body will occupy a
H KJrab in Alameda, Cat, whore Mols-
M fiat llverLrf -lglit years.
H His JH I, and his brother, Al-
H fr.d JH (tonight at 5 o'clock
H Tor H ( From there thcy
f ?HI 7a Cuba- arriving
yere iH ry 12.
?Iolslr CL-1 cstato, it ig said
!" H--' 3100,000 to $150,000.
- ?JS trust for hls son, s
V IK INJURED
I BV EXPLOSION
H GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo, Jan.
H l.-Bert Abrams and "William Rich-
H ards, prospectors, were seriously in-
H jured by a premature explosion of
H lant powder at their claim In the
Bja Dp lance' mining district today. The
H claim is located fifteen miles from
f llenwood Springs and is reached by
1 an almost Impossible trail. Joseph
H Pease, a partner of the injured men.
l made his way to Glonwood Springs
B tqday and Dr. C, M. Stewart agreed
ftH' to accompany Jiim to the claim. They
j expect to reach the injured men to-
1 night. v
H, Constipation causes headache, nau-
P nea, -dizziness, langor, heart palplta-
M Von. Drastic physics grlpo, sicken,
M weaken the bowels and dun't cure
H Doan's Regulets act gently and cure
H constipation. 25 cents. Ask your
H SNOW FALLS IN TEXAS.
Rf teSTtSAaxas, Jan. 1. North
H Texas is t(!fr shivering under a
H cold wave. Amarllo, irL.Jhe Panhandle,
H reports halt an Inch of snuw'and high
H' "v i"ds, with a tempornturo of 12 above.
AW Warm weather provailed in Dallas
and vicinity until 5 o'clock this after-
noon, when a cold win came irom the
J north and in four hours there was a
drop of 1 degrees.
k To the Stockholders of tho Amalga
""d Sugar Company:
IfejB hereby given that a mcct
Btockholders 'Of the Amal
Bcompiiny will be hold
kofllre, room No
Klcn City, Utah, on
Ha tho follow-
Hp of the
H Dollars, dl-
Kso s, all
K and Jnn
Bc I n g
HKtich til vi
HL, two Vice
HM n Trcas
Bctor, In or-
HHHHHHHHHHH ten shares
H'r the clec-
1 The Prcs
B d e n
jned In the
! THE, EVENING STAND&BD: OgDBN. UTAH. MONDAY, JANUAEY 2. 191i 1 I " N , HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH
FOR REAL BARGAINS CONSULT THESE COLUMNS
urtrTi "of s l"o nd m 1 ' J NEW mdern 5'rm brlk $2,75 12 ACRES' mI1 nad talf DOrtS Utah
of so 1-4 of 25, c"n., iw.," Davis and 5r00m framo' on bench 1'C0 Hot Springs. 40 acres la locern, -10
Weber county. 750 acres Price 35 "-room frame, lot 50x102 1,700 , . nn , ,'; ,n '-, u
por acre. Terras pv Schneider - ' meadovr, 10 Q fruit.
CG 19 Greenwood avenue, Chicago. 111! KELLY & HERRICK. Ealnncc pasture. Address 0. H. Ward,
l-2lvk 12-10-tf Brigham City, R. F. D. .S'o.2-129-lmo
y When making your
I next purchase at B
j our drug store,
I kindly ask for
I beautiful calendar j
J for 1911. .Dl 1
WM. 0R!VE &
mn oeuo go.
Ogden's Best Drug Store.
2453 Washington Ave. B
THAT IS THE BEST.
Made by the
OGDEN MILLING AND
- w. ELEVATOR CO.
1 oobew iw? Emimt g
jj 326 26tn street.
j Wires to all tracks on all H
Sporting Events. 1
same person. There shall hereafter
be held an annual meeting of the own
ers and holders of the preferred stock
of tho corporation on the second Wed
ncsdaj of April of each year: jsuch
rueoting shall bo held for the pur
pose of electing a Board of eleven
DIrectois, and transacting such oth
ur business as may be deemed nec
essary or convenient fcr the welfaro
l .o corporation. Such meeting
snail be held at the general office of
the corporation In the -Jly of Ogdeu
County of Weber, ana State of Utah
at such hour of said day as tho Pres
ident or Board of Directors may do- :
termine. The Board of Directors may '
direct tho calling of special meetings
as they may deem proper and neces
sary. At all meetings of stockhold
ers, whether annual or special, repre
sentation of a majority of the pre
ferred stock, exclusive of treasurv or
non-Issued stock, shall bo necesijarv
for the transaction of business, and
no business, except to adjourn or to
adjourn to a specified dato, shall bo -transacted
at any meeting of stock- :
holdera unless a majority of tho pro- -fcrred
stock Is represented. The
Board of Directors shall bo elected by
ballot, and a stockholder receiving a
majority of tho rotes cast by tho
owners of the preferred stock of tho
corporation shall bo deemed and do
dared duly elected as audi director
Each owner and holder of tho pre
ferred Stock in tho rnrnnmMnn oi,ii
bo entitled to as many votes ns he
holds shares of such stock Ropresen.
. taUon by proxy, duly appointed, shall
be allowed at all meetings of the
stockholders, whether annunl or spe
cial. The failure to hold any annu
al or special meoting on tho day ap
pointed for tho same shall not forfeit
or in any way interfere with the cor
porate rights acquired under this
ngreoment. but any such meeting may
be held at any subsequent time upon
giving twenty-one (21) days' notlco
thereof by publication in a daily
newspaper publlahrd In Ogdon City
State of Utah. Tii0 secretary shall'
and, in case or failure, any other of
ficer of said corporation, may jrivo
twenty-one (21) days' notice-of all
annual or special stockholders' meet
ings as aforc-Baid. The notice must
specify in general terms the purpose
or purposes for which any sneclil
meeting ig- called Notice of anv an
nual or special meetlng-mrsy Do serv
ed by the Secretary yf0hCt officer
b dollvering a copy fjt o such
stockholder owning IL noUUg p
fcrred stock In this ; KratiS Jet
eonally, or by deposikFn' nlethern
of in the United stf i"f ffii. at
Ogden, Utah, with ff ? J0gS nro
paid, thereon, at ilea J rthtCweWK An
publication afor!Ban?0 cffeCt tho
DAVID ECCI.Mlsa,d' ,,n.
HEVnv -u nlPS. President.
The ?b?v?,Jor Bth. Mil
Journed unUI jftetjiig Joreby
at II o'clock n Monday. Dec. Dth. Ulj,
I oulce above m'- t the companr,
' HERByR?iWrlaNa vice President
ii. i0LAPPf secretary.
The ?blOec. Gth 1910.
journed until Tcetlng Is herob od
at U o'clock aM'Ursdny, Jan. 5th, lJU
office above irAf m.. at the company t
M S. I3ROVBoutIoned.
IIE.VRY 11. liif'ING, Vice President.
Wholesale Fll' n. Vopa qn(
Salt for Corr axn Feed ant
on Twentieth-. 2 Xf puS ,
36-K. Ind im street.. Bell i-now
T" SALT LAKE
j & OGDEN
I LEAVE OGDEN.
a 6.10 a. p., 7-30 a. m 9 a. m., 10.3
1 a. m., 12 noon, 1:30 p. m., 3 p, m,
3 4:30 p. m., G p. m 7.20 p. m 9 p. m.
I 10:30 p. m.
j Twelve fast trains each way dally
3 Call "Bamberger Express" (elthe;
j 'phono) for quick and caroful servlc
In Salt Lake VRllev.
SIMON BAMBERGER, Pres. -
! Traesif Co.
I to IMgham
6:30 o. m., 8.00, 9.30, 11:00, 12:30
P. m., 2.00 p. m., 3:30, 5:00, 6:30, 8:00,
9-30 and 11 p. m.
Twelve trains each way lelly.
ExpresB service to all intcrmedlato
New Interurban depot, 2378 Waeh
Call phones 452 for information
J J. W. BAILEY, Sup.'t.
EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 18 1910.
UNION PACIFIC a R. CO
TrTf ' j "
No-' Eaatbound. D8Dart.
l"M .I.?83 1 I
6Lo3 AnKoles LtO.."dal"lV.'.':: 1 05 S m
SlOvcrland Limited T 'l2:S '!
lAUantlo Expreaa ."""'.fi g'S
XoJ Wcatbound. Arrive.
5jPassenger ig o5a ,
sfera .E?ss. fes-
lOverland Limited"'.;' 3:20 1 SiS '
7Los Angeles Ltd., dallyj 3:35 p.m.
OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. CO.
No I North o; Ogden. Dopart.
IlPortl.ind Express ... I 7 ir. n
131 OKdon-Malnd Motof Car" Ir ? "S"
Ij 1-laho Uxoresa . ..7 ?"
3 Buito and Portland j to n
II Cacao Valley PaMcncefl"! '." p.Sl
No- I North of Ofc-den. ArrlveT
2Butte Express j 9:5am
HlLlah Exprcsa ' , M?'
12 Sat Lake Pusaonr lioS I
1 Salt Lal:o Special ":?? 'l-m-
lS.'Malad-Ogden Motor Ca'f:"! i.m .
N'o. I South of Ogden. DcpartT
2Salt Lake Express l 9-3oTn7
.Iriyer j o-n n r.
SlScSf .Va,,e' EI;-'S
tilLocul . ....'.""" "um
4Salt Lake Special ':;:.::.':;. I'm S ' '
2SSalt Lake Local, dally''c:V5 a m
UlUtan Express u,rf-
o. South of Ogden. Arrlvl' I
UPortland Exproau ii--jt .
31Atlantlc Express ...JlVi s;10a m '
Jliaaho Lspreoa ' D.m ""
Si Klyor . ?, D "
I Local . ...:..:.::::::::::" ,19 "-m-
1LSSaiAnit0,e" L,mllcd -:::' '?: ?'
U Cache Vaiicy'kxproM:::::: BCOnS
Local n.i ' '"
wimv"- "-:::::: csSss-
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
No. I -VVeBtbound. ycp
3!PncIfic Express 17: 10am"
llOvurlnnd Limited ......."."'Mmo iJ'?'
tIPaclflo xpresa ......."".j'y.JS
'J From WcjL Arrive.
r.lAtlantlc Hxpresa 5-n n m
".Fas'- Mail . . ". V. cVlfem
I'lOverlnnd Limited I 2:10 D m
Atlanttc Exprcsa :" 6:25 p.m.
D.uly except fiuoflai-.
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
i NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District in and for Weber
county. State of Utah.
Estate of James H. Bean, decease.!
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the uuderslgucd admin
istrator. with will annexed, at the or
flce of J D. Skeeu and Bi others, 300
301 Eccles building, Ogden, Utah, on
or befoie April 20. 1911.
W. R. SKEEN,
Adminlstraior with will annexed
J D. SKEEN, Attorney.
Date ot first publication, December
Dato of last publication, Jan. 23
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE AT PUBLIC SALE.
Estate of Mary A. McCullough, do
I The undorBlgncd will Bell at public
Uuctlun, the following described real
Property belonging to tho snld estate:
I Boglnuliig at the S. W. corner of tho
IK. E. 1-4 of section C, township C
'."mh, range one west, S. L. M., and
lining thence E. 1-1 rods, thence N. .07
lls, thenco W. 1 1 rods., thence S 97
' "e to Oie place or beginning.
1 ItUo, beginning 3C.S0 chains E. and
; -chains N. Ju.the S. V. corner of
! rr'N". W I-1 jar section G, township
tfth, range1, one west, S. L. M.,
running tlionN. a degrees -15
minuteB W. 2.73 chains, thence N 30
degrees 45 minutes T 12 chains,
thence S. 89 degrees W 553 chains.
thence N. 24 degrees 30 minutes E.
7 30 chains, theuccj N. 13 desrees 30
minutes E. 3.43 chafns, thence N. 2C
degrees 45 minutes W. 11.15 chains
(on E. side of O. S. Ij. Rv ) thence S.
f ! 71 degrees E. 7.21 chains (aloDg S.
side of main sect) thenco S. '' &
grees E. 5.S5 chains (along S. side of
' main sect) thence S. 21.25 chnlns,
thence W. 3.20 chains to the place of
r beginning, containing 19.14 acres, ex-
j ccpt tract convoyed to U. & N. Ry.
Also a part of th0 S. W. 1-i ot scc
. tlon C, township c north, ranje one
. west, S. L. M. Beginning at the
E. corner of said 1-4 section and run
ning thenco W. 2 70 chains, theaco S.
5.33 chains, thence S. C6 degrees 5
minutes E 3 65 chains, thenco N. 6-50
chains, thence W. .68 of ono cbin to
the place of beginning, containing 2
acres. Together with 253 40 shres
I ot water right In tho Western Irriga
Said sale will be made at the front
door of the County Court House, at
Ogden City, Weber County. Utah, at
one o'clock p m., on Saturdav, Jaaa
nry 7, 1911. Terms of sale, cash Ten
per cent at time of sale and the bal
ance upon confirmation by the coiL
Dated December 28, 1910.
N. J Harris, Attorney for Administrator.
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 1 The legls
lature, which convenes tomorrow, will
elect a successor to United States
Senator Frank Flint, and whilo pre
dictions of a deadlock are fieely made,
the supporters ot Judge John D.
Works, of Log Angeles, tonight claim
that he has fourteen votes more than
necessary to elect over A. G. Spalding
his opponent. Judse Woiks was the
candidate of tho progressives at the
recent state primaries, and Mr.
Spalding, the San Diego millionaire,
was put forth by the regulars. Works
carried tho popular vole, but Spald
ing carried a majority of the districts
and Is making his rlight on tho ground
that a majority of tho legislators elect
ed iu November were pledged to him.
The situation Is further complicated
by the fact that many of these dis
tricts returned Democrats, and also
thnt the twenty hold-over senators do
not regard themselves as bound by
Tho primary law i elating to an ad
lsory vote for United Suites senator
is somewhat vague and in the event
of u deadlock, there is strong proba
blllty that it will be disregarded and
nn outsider elected as a compromise.
: INDIi CRUSHES
WIFE'S SKULL "
TUCSON, rlz., Jan. 1. Be-
cause she would not get up and
give him some medicine sev-
oral nights ago, Antonio Teco-
lote, a Yaqul ludian, crushed -f.
-t- in his wife's head with n ham-
-f mer, and then buried her, head -t-
foiemost. In the yard. '
When tho woman was missed
Tecolote readily led the fahor-
iff to the burying spot and
then produced tho bloody ham- -- '.
mer. Ho considered the worn-
an his personal pioperty and '
-J- floes not appear to understand
why his act should have result- t
ed in any unusual excitement.
ROME. Jan. L During the recep
tion of the senators and deputies by
King Victor Emmanuel and Queen
Helena at the Qulrlual today, it was
noticed that tho queen appeared to be
sufiering considerable pain. Her mu
jesty explained that she had an acci
dent. Just before midnight, not wishing
the new year to begin without kissing
the children, sho wns tnaklng her way
to their rooms, when she stumbled on
the staircase and fell, injuring her loft
Tho king rushed to the assistance
of the rjucen, who assured hlui that it
was nothing serious, but added, "I am
sorry that the new year begins bad-
Tho king replied: "Juat the con
trary; the old year finishes badly with
your fall; tho new year begins" woll,
because you aro not hurt."
A physician placed the arm In
READ THE CLASSIFIED PACE.
!Wfl EVERYBODY READS ' w3 1
(J7 & , .,' WANT ADS J IJO.' I
IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN.
w,iTproved 0rder of Redmeu, Ula
linii rIbo No- 3 racets in Kab'le
nv;ievery f,rst an" third Monday
cn S3' at s-00 1'- m- Visiting chlds
i J AMES MACBETH, bachem,
E. R. GE1GER, C. of R.
. A. B. AVRIGIIT, C. of W.
I ROYAL HIGHLANDERS.
fSe Ro'al Highlanders meet' tho
rst and third Mondays at Union La
doi) hall, 3C3 24th sL Visiting mem
bers cordially invited.
DAYREL D. SMITH, I. P,
ALICE COLLINS, Sec. and Treas.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Ogden homestead No. 1505 meets
'asC.Tnirsday in each month. Visiting
i.u re are cordially invited to meet
with us. w. S. O'BRIEN.
Ros. 2533 Grant ae., Foreman.
A. P. COUCH, Correspondent,
Res., n. f. D. No. 4. Box 21.
Queen Esther Chapter No. 4, O. E
5. Regular meetings held at Masonic
Halli on Washington avenue between
Twelity-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets,
the rirst and third Fridays of each
monh. Sojourning members cordial
ly Irvlted to attend.
IRS MARY H. STEVENS, W. M.
MRS CALLIE CAVE, Sec'y.
pJ.W,9?ICNr OF WOODCRAFT.
Ecgo LHy Glrclo No 174, moetB ovory
nd and fourth Monday nlchtfl at 7 53.
1 TBNA NELSON. G. N.
V I KATE HEYMAN. Clork.
t Boll Phone 12U-Y-
I D I O. ELKS.
. P. O. Kllai, Ogden LodKO No. 713.
'e and club rooraa second tloor 2iit
Miahlnctco avonuo. Regular meotlngs
etcy. 'i uesday ovenlnc.
,1 C. A. BOVD. Exalted Ruler.
C, O. DoWOLF. Secretary.
Woodmen of the world.
t til1". anP No. 74. meets In I.1
p- fall In tho Utah National Bank BldK .
?reS Thursday avcnlne at 3 o'cloclj.
t i ? Woodmen cordlahy Invited to ui-
W. II. DRABBLE. C. C.
E. AUTH. Clerk, First M'
tional Bank BldC-
' ORDER OF OWLG. n .
Opdn Neat. No. 121S. Ordor of Owls,
meouvjvery Thursday evening In Eagles
"all. wjtt ot Reel hotol. at 8 o'clock.
yiBltlj- Brother Owla aro Invited to at
tend Ve Neat meetings. , , .
THOMAS LESLIE. PrraldcnL
J J. OLIVER. Secrctury.
, No 2U3 AVnbblnmon Ave.
, "VOMEN OF "WOODCRAFT
Womd of Woodcraft. Ogden Circle NJ.
meets very Wednesday iiIk''?.. t j,Ji
o clock. IC. ot P. llntl.'" " iBltlrif, -fielfcii-W)i-H
liWncd i uuoa can be paid at mo
Hasan Grocery store, the uftorncon oi
Uio lith ot each iionth
ALMA LUODINGTOM. G. N
CSS 12th St.
MARIE CRITES. Clerk.
2731 Monroe Ave.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
OKden Loduo No. 2. KslghtB of Pythias
meets at Cnatlo hall. Utah National Bunx
bullalnjj. every Monday oonlnjr. All IC
OC P.3 requested to meet with uu.
A. B, PRATT, C. C.
W. G. KIND, M. of E.
W. L. INDERWOOD.
K. or R. & S.
LOYAL OROCR OF MOOME.
Loyal Order ct Moose. Osden LoJgo No.
Ml, meets overy l-'rlday evening ut 8:W
V. m, Euclcs Hall
JOS. CHEZ. D.
P. A. KOHN. T.
R. A. IRVINE, Sccrotary.
Kr.itemal beneficiary ordor Insures
men at low rates Reccrvo fund ovur six
million dollaia. Rocky Mountain Council
No. C37 convenes uecond and fuurtn
TbursdayB nt 1. O. O V. Hall.
P. A. HEltDTI. Reuonl.
J W. NVOTIIERSPOON. Collector.
h ODD FELr-ClVS
f- Ogden Lodgo No S, Independent Or
l dcr of Odd Fellow b, meats In I. O O F
Hall, overy Tuesday cvcnlnc Visiting
brotheri cordially lnited to bo present
y. SIDNEY UAKJJU, Noblo Grund.
HENRY KISSEL, Secretary.
Queen City Robeknh Lodue. No. I, I O
O. F. mcts Hocond and fourth Friday
evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall. Vlaltlnc
" membors Invlicd. "iu.
KATE BAILEY. N O.
EMMA. MEID. Rec. Sec'y. 713 Zird.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wauatch DlvlRlon No. 121, o R c '
mecU Mtond and fourth PTldays at y ,
. p. m . In K. of P Hail, corner Wash- I
loKtnn uvenuo .'.nd 2tth utroet All 1
brothers aio cordially invltoU to ali.-mi
GEO ALLEN. C C UL""'
D U BOYLE. S. and T.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF- AMEBIC
Excelsior Caniji No 32 11). meots every
second and fourth Monday ovenlng or
each month' at tho Eaj.-les' Hall, visit- '
Inu membor" cordially lnltel. !
, I INDIA SAWYER. Oracle.
1913 Jnckiion Avo I
LILLIAN NEWTON. '
Recorder, Bourn 31. Lowls Block. '
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES
Sller Hlvo No. 1. L O T. M.. meets
Iexery ind and 1th Tucsduy afternoon ut
t W o'clock. In I. O. O F. Hall. 2IIC Wash
lni;ton avenue. Visiting inenibers uro
LOldlully Invited to attend
MRS. ADDIE ANGELL. L. C.
MISS L. JENNIE PROUT. R. K.
I FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Fraternal Order of Eagles. Ogden Aerlo P
No IIS. F. O. E.. meets every Wednonduy p
evening at Ejglo Hal!, eat of Reed Ho- R
tel, nt 8 p. m. Vlaltlnir Brother Eagles R
uro Invited to attend thu Aurlo roeoi- r
LEON BROWNING, W. President, k
. E R. GEIGER. Secretary. ft
DR. N M. ESTES, Aerlo Phjalclau. h
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. 5
.Utah Camp No. US00, mcots oery Tues- C
day night at S o'clock, at Eagles Hall, F
:0th St. VUltlnir membors Invited to k
meet with us. M
P A. FARRIS. Counsel.
J H SHATF.R. rii'rlc (R
0oden Business Directory j j
Ailvcrilsuuiunis la this column cost )
Toe, pur liuu per month, payablo In '
- -, ii
ALVORU & ANYTHINC. Dell 333. ?
I MUCH MORE for LOTS LESS lrao f
f. C. WOODS . CO. 1t Nat'l Bank, ' f!
Want advertisements coot one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
lino of five words per day, no first
insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per veck at the rate of
25 cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
five overage words make a I'ne. All
advertisements on this pa;: must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
R. S. FARNSWORTH, Attorney-at-Law;
214 and 315 Ecclea biHding.
A. F. PARKER, M. Am. So:. C. E.
General Engineering, Buildings, Sur
leys, 3S0, 25th St. 12-29-tf
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE It you have
Any Kind of Junk Dhone us up; we
will call for it. Bell phono 22E-K;
FOR JUNK OF ANY KIND phone
Jacobaoa. Bell CZS-tf; lad. 3C35-D.
OGDEN CITY MILITARY BAHD.
Music furniBhed for all occasions,
ind. 1134-372A-A. Boll 1205. 7-1 tf,
DR. J. F MORRISON', successor to Dr.
Alice Houghton. Office with Dr B
N White, 2165 Washington Phone
Bell 41-Y. 12-19-lmo
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. A. FERNLUND PhyBlolan am
Surgeon; offlco hours, 10 to 12 a, m.;
2 to p. m.; 340 25th SL Offict
phones. Bell 51G-K: Ind. 515; real
dence 646 Wash. Ind. phone 502.
APPOINTED SCAVENGER ot DlBt
No, 2, all of tho city south of 24th
FtrcoL Bell Phone 324-Z. Nel
OGDEN 8CA'VC2J5 c Pan
Van iCcrfo.'Tu, Prop. Phono Be.1 1003
i; kiuds of flcavener work priQI)t
SECOND HAND GOODS.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furnltur
clothing and shoes, bought, sold c
exchanged; also trunkB and aul
cabes cb,eap. Bell Phono 1321. 17
1-2 Twenty-fifth Btroot. 7-9-ly
STORAGE Bpaco reaeonab.Vj Ogdoi
Wholesnlo Grocery Co., i'310 Wal
ALLEN, Baggago, Hack and Bub Lln2
Enggnge and passenger transfer :
fcpeclnlty; 412 25th. Both Phonea 22
JOGALONG TRANSFER VAN &
Storagu Co. moving vanB, all ktnJs
transfer work; pianos a specialty Of
lire U2S 1-2 25th SL Phonoa 283.
UPHOLSTERING A1TD REPAIR.
IC VAN KAMPEN. parlor furniture
upholsterer. Carpot3 cleaned, fit
ted and laid, work guaranteed, 27G9
Volker, Both phonos. 8-8-lt
U. S. DEPOSITARY.
OF OGDEN, UTAH
Capital and Undivided Profit
Dnvia Cccloo, Prco.
G. H. Trlbo, Vlce-Prea. I
John WatBon, Vlco-Pro.
M. S. Browning, Vlco-Prca.
John Plnree, Caahior.
Jas. F. Burton. Aflat Cashier.
1 HPffWH H BI B B 1
Vienna Cafe G
322 Twenty-fifth St.
Special Dinner 25 I
Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. ra
Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. I
Lee, Foon & Tom, Managers. I
DAY, WEEK OR MONTH
ALL MAKES IN BEST
L. H. BECRAFT
l:AD THE OLAJSiriLD PAGE
GIRL or woman for general house
work by Jay or week. 1549 24th St.
GIRL for general housework. Small
house, two in family. 2207 Jeffer-
8n- - 32-30-tf
A GOOD girl to do housework iu a
family of two. Good home and good
wages. Mrs. A. Schoufeld, 335 27th
street, rear. 12-2S-lwk
WOMEN', sell guaranteed hose, 70
per cent profit. Make $10 vlally.
Full or part time. Beginners inves
tigate. Strong Knit, Box 4029 WcRt
Philadelphia, Pa. 2-26-6wkH
HOUSEWORK or day work. Call at
573 28th, rear 12-28-lwk
PLAIN and fancy sewing, children's
clothes especially, 1047 22nd.
LADIES' TAILOR New suits, altera
tlons, repairing, etc. itoaaonable,
650 27th. 12-14-lma
, DRESSMAKING. 2353 -Wash. 441 Ind.
CATTLE man with 12 years' oxperi'
once would Hko to handle bunch ol
' steers for a term of years on per cent.
Can recommend good freo rango 01
' will go any where. Address B. 48
Care Standard. 12-27-lwl;
TWENTY-EIGHT modern, well fur
nished rooms, all rented, for good
1 prices; good, long leaBo; rent very
' reasonable; will sell at sacrifice. Co
. lcnlal Hotel. 362 24th st. 12-7-lmc
It FOR SALE M-SCai.l.ftTIEOUS
i NEW, late style cutter, cheap. S7I
A GOOD COW, gives very fine ruilfc
Inquire 367S Washington, or Bell
. phono 163. 12-31-lwli
1 FOR SALE Nearly now organ, 325
j 1050 Ad. Ind. phono 361S-A. 12-29-lv,
VERY CHEAP. Brand new ?5CK
1 Integer piano, won In Glou Bros.
tcotiiest. Big bargain, L. L. Brown
' 22C1 Jofferaon ave, Caro S, P. Dls
patcher's offlco. 12-2S-lwl
ROOMING houso, 11 rooms, nowlj
furnished, easy terms. Address R
j . Caro Standard. 12-28-lwP
t- vni SALE Rhode Islands, 235S Lin
9 j avenue. 12-10-lmc
- unnct- 'eight 1,200; 7 3"ears; Bound.
Snti. h,?es 664. 12-10-ti
n. Driwnc -r?3' Merrill, Norrls &
M Hyde and oti. , J M
1 at lowest factoryv i Ct" ,
tone, Bell 1227-Y. ' IMvk
TTTTZZZ 77Z Tir & Wllsonnia
ALMOST new Wheels 236 2Sth
chine for sale very ci 12-7-lmo
; ONE delivery team for safhJPl
; Bros. Mattress Factory. tJC
FOR SALE Nonrly new high grade
piano. Ind. phono C7, Bell 102S-Y.
OLD newspapei matrices, good to pul
under carpets, lino your chicken
1 coop and rabbit pens, etc.; a handy
thing around tho house. Call at Stand.
1 nrd office. 10-22-tf
FOR SALE Old m.ils. Good to put
ander carpets. Inquire Standard
PRESS FOR SALE. '
Drum cylinder Cottrell press, Tvlth
folder. SI20 of bed, 33x47 1-2 InchoB.
In first class order. Prlnta six col
umns, four pages, at ono tlmo. Cheap
for cash. Inquire or address tho
Evening Standard 7-2-t
I CRIPPLED SHOE
No matter what they look lika,
1 you will get them baek new.
In IB minutes. ,
' 333 24th Street.
rti(l--i" '? ff?"iP-
Successor wL llon Transfer Co.
J. CMgLADE, Prop.
VANS, DRYS, BAGGAGE WAG
ONS, PIAjKto FURNITURE AND
feFE MOVING. '.
403 25th SrT Both Phones 321
READ TIJE r.xS5FlED VGE,
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FOR RENT. "' ' - H
FURNISHED ROOMS.' y yM
WARM ROOM for gentleman; ,ateam Si
-4icat. bath $10. Reference' 24l v ;!H
An. ni3ave . close in. 12-3i-ii'K
FOR REk-.VLarge fjjriilshfi rook !
Tor light hoil:'-c?rr3tnCtly mocPJ"""B
ern. 2201 Lincoln. 1-2-lwk "
. T f H
LARGE Trout room, hath, "2620 Jeff. I
149S-Y Bell. 12-31-lwk A H
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS at 171 22d - - "Vl
street, 12-21-lwk, T' iB
, ' . ill
TWO furnisbed rooms, 23C3 Adams. ' ,-.. sr?
lgiwk j ;u x1 '1
TWO modern furnished robmBT' 2G14,. I '
Monroe. 1222-ltno "" '
ROOMS for gentlemen. Good home Jin j ii,, 'H
1 private lamily, modern. 560- Twen- j - v .H
. ty-thlrd. 12-10-lriCo. ( v UH
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2353 Mmi M
roc. 12-9-lmo ' ' H
THREE FURNISHED rooms. $15.0of( ' 'Al
W. B. V.dell. 11-7-ttSl r"-U
formint; ' Vl
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. t ,JH
HOUSE FOR RENT, corner 12th and JH
V'ash. Enquire 1217 "Wash- Ind. ' 'JI
Phone. 919 12-31-lwkr 'H
HOUSE; 10 rooms; strictly modern, T-Jl
with furnace; $35.00 a month. Ap- m!B
PJL.C53 27th. 11-16-tf ;K IH
- "FOR RENT. '"! 'a
UNFURNISHED ROOMS '.'-i
. TWO rooms, 2CS 2Gth. 12-15-lmo. r
: FOlTRENfT V'H
ROOMS AND BOARD. , ''!
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' ROOM and board for two gentlemen, H
Poplar Heights, 437 24th street. V !
BOARD AND ROOM, 548 25th St. ri
3-28-tf . B
, FURNISHED room with exceMKrjtkAH
table boaid Private family; larHHj
lurnished room. Comfortal
and dealt able, 2759 Grant. Phone 3I
: BOARD AND ROOM, 449 26th StHH
;' ROOM. BOARD, reasonable, feIroJHHH
2639 Jefferson. 12-6-lnltfr'B
ROOMS ANO EOASir A3M AdanJ K
c forTrent. M?
FURNISHED HOUSES. qM ' Vfl
- MODF;RX four-room furnished houseE '
- Aivply 22b Twenty-fifth street. fc
- 12-30-tM H
) i'.lO"NEY TO LOiL7R H
MORTGAGES ord3 on ImprovejP- H
farm or city property. HUNTER K
KENNEDY, 211 First National BldcHft H
! MONEY to !--n on watchM 4llhiJ
mondes, Jewelry, firearms; c. Kfs
Uuclo Sam"? Loan OaJce. caUbllBd rH
. 18.1C. 'Ihu Mo-'.v Lenders of-03; 1 i
27S 25th St. C H. Sn'ltb. PropA? l H
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j WANTED TO BUYvgg H
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1 SIX TO EIGHT ROOM agfcra H
k. house on bond). Address A..ard. ( Hi
JXgndard j9'lw H
AN n-Di.-j ia,-:i'al Standard 'Mica. H
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iRENfT-Nparl nov; hixhtS'ade ' jl
' F0K . m- Phono C7. BellS2S-T. i
I)li( Jgi Jlq-30-tf JH
W notice"7 T jHjH
Secular annual 'tjH
THE iin Biiac?hoIderrt cMhcr H
be lnWelr l.nnkliif, rcH
day, January liJIl, H
to the ensuing H
THE REGULAR ANNUAL ?l
ing of the Jlmrcholders or thu Ogufn 'jrl
Savings Bank or Ogden Utah, will i-
held in their banlilug room 2 lkfQHi
Washington avc-nuo, Ogdon, Utah 'kHCl
Tuqsdny, January 10. 1911, ut li:jflDH
a. id , for tho purpose of election RBH
rectors to ?ervc for the enst:luS vrK3
and to transact all cibor buslncs4(flH
come before UiO'7u-Hll
CIIAS. 71. BARTON,'BH
STOCKHOLDER'S MEETIrOHT ''!l'
Notice hcrcb Ivou that tidEf ? !
nuai uiqetlug of tho stochholu(Mr ?f H
thu Ogden Bench Canal and i)
company will be held in the' Jt "''' !
room (commIssloiiQi-.s' room oiaT fl
tlnv. ;u g D V.
the piirpoHc of hearing tho ?f F !
ropon pr the Fccrotarv and lruH ' !
for the and. 'far tliu,0 H
tlon of any other business (li9P) c (
properly cumo before the iPF , n
WRIQHWW ' .
CHAMfBR ,( JM
Dated, Ogdeu, U'.ali, Deecjifi
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