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II m' ' ' ' THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912. - . 1
HALIFAX SHAFT WORK
I HAS SET THE PACE
V The Tonopah .Minor says:
Tlio mala shaft or the Halifax
Tonopah Mining company continues
to bp sunk with remarkable rapidity
and hat this week reached a depth of
11045'fccL Thp work was Inspected
this week by B. l Edwards, vice
president of the West Enw Consol
idated Minin company, who said;
"The slnkln of this shaft beats the
record for sinking; of shafts of this
size in Nevada, California, Utah and
g , Idaho; in fact, I can find no record
5 of shaft-Btnking in the wcBtern states
J i to e.qual it. Wo are' greatly pleased
a , with the faVorable indications for
f I ore bodies already . encountered.
H : When this shaft was started there
"J '. was no expectation of cutting any-
I , thing during sinking, we expected to
CO to a depth of 1200 feet and, if
"5s the formation at that point was fa
's v vorable, commence crosscutting, and
For Friday and
IT. P. Flour, per, sack... 51.00
ar. J. B. Coffee, per lb.... .35c
j ; :
Kj : Also special cash prices on
W, Hams and Bacon.
fl GROucHY 0 0.
Fi Opposite Post Office,
DECORATING and WALLPAPER
J ; Painting In all its branches.
If ; Wallpaper at cost until April 1st.
ft We carry the A. L. Rice new Pow-
Ff, der-Palnt, soluble In water, but wash-
ab'e wnen drv' Applied like kalso-
Mi. mine. Call for free sample.
W Estirratcs Free. 2532 Wash. Ave.
S:" We do all kinds of
fj Moving- and Transfer
I SLADE TRANSFER
7 Phone 321 408 25th St,
PLANT THAT LAWN
WITH NOTHING BUT
jgj! THE BEST SEED
H; WE HAVE IT
,lli' FANCY KENTUCKY BLUE
3li: GRASS AND WHITE CLOVER
I EDGAR JONES CO.
Is ; Vienna. Cafe 8
' 3 322 Twenty-fiflh SL 1
. A Special Dinner 25J
S , 2 Lunch from 11 . m. to 4 p. m.
B 3 Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. E
rit Lee, Foon & Tom Managers H
' . ErTr"i i-i;-- " ffgBfflg'W-'pgfig
Jt BILLIARD AND POOL
II TABLES FOR SALE
I John C. Baker, at the Cozy Bll
I Hard Room, 326 25th street, sells
IJ the Minn Table. It Is the best
J tabic manufactured In America,
9 and used in most of the Eastern
"0 Clubs and by people who know.
I also buy and sell second-hand
ij tables and do repair work in first
rt! f class shape.
Ogden Turf Exchange
3607 WASHINGTON AVE.
Charleston, Jamestown, Ken
tucky and Couer d'Alene races.
Perfect description. Four min-
j utet ride on Washington avenue
p PHONE 313
3 PALACE CAPE
II Special Dinner 25c
MM Lurjch 'from 'if' a. m, to 4 p. m.
5 Dinner from 4 p. m. to 8 p m.
H 284 Twenty-flfth St.
I DR. KING Hi
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST BQ
M GUARANTEES HIS WORK
mtt No Drugs. Latest Fittings H
H 2478 Washington Avenue. H
these plans have not yet been altered.
720? ,fGet ,s not dceP enough wo
will alnk deeper. We are after ore
In the proper ore bearing formation."
SALT LAKE' STOCKS
Sa' Lnko, April 10. Tho following'
aro tno sales on the Salt -Lake SWck
So IJcck Tunnel, 1000 at 1G l-2c.
Black Jack, 1000 at 22 l-2c 700 at
Iron Blossom, 1,-100 nt $1.30.
Iron King, 1000 at 2 l-2c
King William, finn at 15 l-fc
Lehl Tintic, 1000 at lc. ' V
New York, 1000 at o'l-2c: 1000 at
Plutus, 2000 at Sc. ' r
Silver King Qon . 125 at $1. V
Union Chief, 1000 at 6c.
Yerlngton Copper, 200 at 7 l-2c.
Shares sold, 11,025. ;'
Selling yalne, $2,SS2.7n.'
Black Jack, 50 at 22c. -,'
iron Blossom. 1000 ht-?1.30.
New York, 1000 at 5 1,1c. t
Silver King Con , 100 at $1.
Swansea. Con.. 1000 at Sc.
Utah Con., 1000 at 3 3-ic.
Shares sold. 10.750.
Selling value, 5022,
Black Jack. 1000 at 21c.
Crown Point, 500 at 5c; 500 at
5 J -2c buyer sixtv days.
May Day, 1000 at 15c.
Now York, 1500 at 5 l-2c.
Ohio Copper. 100 at ?1.S7 1-2.
Opohongo. 2000 nt 16 l-2c.
Pioche Demijohn. 1000 nt 10c.
Prince Consolidated, 600 nt
Sioux Consolidated, 1000 at 4c.
Tintic Central, 1000 at 3 3-lc.
United Tintic, 1000 at 2a
Uncle Sam, 200 at 24 l-2c; 500 at
Yiotorla Consolidated, 500 at 65c.
Y'ilbert, 100 at 28 l-2c.
Shares sold, 12.S00.
Selling value, 2,551.75.
Iron Blossom, 100 at $1.30.
Ohio Copper, 400 at $1.S7 1-2
Utah Con., 2000 at ?, l-2c.
Shares sold, 6.333.
Selling value. $2,SSS.25.
UTAH COPPER MILL
CAPACITY IS LARGE
General Manager D. C. Jackllng of
the, Utah Copper company visited the
mine at IJingham and the mills at
Garfield during the past two days, be
ing accompanied by A. Chester Beat
ty, one of tho officials of the organi
zation. Mr. Jackllng states that ev
erything was running as smoothly
and as satisfactorily as could he de
sired, conditions shaping themselves
for even better things than have over
been achieved by this great red metal
All twelve sections of the Magna
concentrator at Garfield are in oper
ation, and the management has Just
placed the ninth section, completely
remodeled, of the Arthur plant in
commission . The Magna plant has a.
capacity of 12,000 tons of ore daily,
while tho Arthur is handling about an
average of 700 tons per section daily.
As constituted at present, there
fore, tho Utah Copper company has a
daily mill capacity of over 1S.000 tons
of ore, all being available at the mo
ment Mr. Jackllng states that, bar
ring any unforeseen contingencies,
the Utah Copper company will estab
lish new tonnage records now from
month to month until tho plants are
brought to their maximum capacity.
NEW MINES WANTED
BY BIG CONCERNS
For a single organization to con
sider 921 propositions for sale during
a calendar year Is an eloquent testi
monial to the fact that there is plen
ty of capital and disposition on tho
part of the larger mining- propositions
to expand their holdings. , It Is a tes
tlmonial also of the extent of human
hopo and the blasting ot the same In
so many instances, for out of the 921
mines presented and considered only
one was taken
This is the record made during 1011
by tho United States, Smelting, Refin
ing & Mining company, as shown by
the annual report recently issued. The
vice president in charge of explora
tion and mining investment, Sidney J
Jennings, reported as follows to Pres
ident W. G, Sharp:
"During the year under review 921
properties were considered. This docs
not include propositions that were re
fused on the' face of the statements
made. An examination by tho office
nearest the properties concerned, cou
pled with the knowlodgo of tho geol
ogy and -working costs of the respec
tive districts, was sufficient to war
rant refusing 749 of tho propositions
submitted. A preliminary field exam
ination of 144 properties was made
and twenty-eight properties were sub
jected to a complete sampling and ex
amination, with the result that one
property was taken over.
"The search for new properties ts
being continued with undiminished
energy. Tho men Jn the field are
zealous in their work and this fac
tor, coupled with the continued co-
NOTICE IS GIVEN to (he stork
holders of tho WRIGHT-WHITTIER
COMPANY, a corporation of Utah,
that tho annual mooting of the'stock
holdors of said corporation will be
held at the offico of W. II. Wright
& Sons Company. Ogden, Utah, on the
10th day of April, 1912, nt K o'clock
A. M. of that day, for the purpose of
electing officers and amending Ar
ticle 7 of the Articles of Incorpora
tion to read aa follows:
Tho limit of tho capital stock
. sha' lo One Hundred Thousand
($100,000.00) Dollars, divided In
to one thousand (1,000) chares of
tho par value of Ono Hundred
($100.00) Dollars each."
And for tho purpose of amending
Article 8 of tho Articles of Incorpor
ation ko that the annual meeting of
tho stockholders will come on the
second Monday in January instead of
the- second Wednesday in April of
each year hereafter.
And such other business will bo
transacted at such meeting as usually
comes, and Is proper to come, before
the annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers. By order of tho Board.
F. H. WRIGHT
Secretary of said company.
Date of first publication. Mar. 18, 1912
Date of last publication, April 10, 1912
- S. Peery,
EAL ESTATE ffl
dson Ave. Phone 97. S
'r operation of all the officials of the
company, must result in the finding
of new and profitable business."
This diligent search for new mines
cotainlx, Js encouraging to the In
dustry," and it is ono of the factors,
and this is one company of tho many
engaged in similar activity, that haH
brought tho mining industry out of
tlie difficulties that followed the 1907
MASON VALLEY IS '?
The following good showing or the
Mason Valley-Ncvada-Douglas oper
ations is rrom tho "Mason Valley
Following Is the total ore receipts
of Mason Valley smeltery 'at Thomp
son for tho seven days ending Thurs--day,
April 4. inclusive.
From the Nevada-Douglas Cop
per company's mine at Lud-
wig, tons 2409
From the Mason Valley Minc3
company's mine at Mason,
From miscellaneous mines, tons. 522
Shipments "of copper matte from
Thompson for same period,
PRIVATE SALES ARE
ABOVE THE MARKET
There arc many unmistakable evi
dences of the fact that the Thomp-son-Quincy
company of Park City Is
approaching the point where Insiders
expect tho most important results
so far in. the history of the organiza
tion. Just what this significant
point is can only be speculated upon,
for there are few closely connected
with the company who care to dlB
cuss conditions right now, but It un
doubtedly is tho near approach to tho
It is interesting to note that while
tho stock Is selling in limited riuan
tilics on tho local exchange at round
40 cents a share, there have been
som big private sales of the stock at
50 cents, one deal just put through
being for 20,000 shares at 50 conts ;i
share. The buyers and tho sellers
have not been ascertained, but It Is
knovn to a certainty that this deal
From the 1200-root level of the
Daly-West property, which corre
sponds to the ICOO-foot level of J.he
Thompson-Quincy territory, the lat
ter company is raising inia fissure
In the quarlzite to the contact be
tween tho quart;zlte und the lime.
"Well, we have been engaged for a
"Yes, St was just a ..week ago to
night that you asked mo to he yours."
"Havo you told anybody?"
"Not a soul."
"Then I'm afraid I'll have to give
you up. I don't want to marry a
"freak." Chicago Record-Herald.
Ogden Business Directory
75c per line per month, payablo In
C. F. CABLE, Attorney at law, gen
eral practice in ell state and fed
oral courts. With Joseph Chez, Esq.,
403-5 First National Bank Building.
Telephone 294. 3-16-lmo
K VAN KAMPEN, Phone SS3 for up
holstering. Carpet Cleaning, Mat
tress making, Restretchlng ot Bed
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you havo
any kind of junk, phone us up: we
will call for IL Bell phone, 325-K;
r PAPER CLEANERS.
JAMES THOMPSON, export paper
cleaning, painted walls, burlap; all
work guaranteed. 2341 Jackson ave.;
phono 11GS. Ogden Utah.
Wall PAPER cleaning and tinting,
furniture packing and repairing; ex
perts In French polishing and nr
nishing. Carpets cleaned and laid.
Phone 1179-M. B. Denkers, 2128 Grant.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR, A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Offico houra 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Ind.
515. Residence. Ind. 503. 645 Wash.
ALL WORK personally attended to.
Edward Woods, pruclicnl plumber.
21-75 Jackson ave. Phono 2105-J.
W. L PORTER Real Estate 247S
Washington ave., basement Phono
1734- W. 3-4-lmo
OUR SPECIALTY, dinner 15c Peo
ples ResL 2470 GranL L. G Hcn
inger, proprietor. 4-10-1 wk
CITY SCAVENGER, Nels McCarty.
2728 Grant, Bell Phono. 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoos Dought. sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suit
cases cheap. A. Slner Bell phone
1221. 179 1-2 Twenty-fifth SL7-9-lvr
JOGALONG TRANSFER VAN S.
Storage Co., moving vans, all klnda
tranfer work; pianos a specialty. Of
fico 320 1-2 25lh St, "hones 233.
TRUNKS REPAIRED. Phone 1JI82.
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571-R. 7-6-tf
WM. PETZOLD, 1209-J.' 3-2-lmo
ELECTRIC Vacuum cleaning; rugs, 9x
1 12, $1.00. Carpets 5c yard. Phono
1131-M. -' U-S-lnio
Queen Estlior Chapter No, 4, O. E.
S., regular meetings held at Masonic
Hall on Washington avenue between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets
tho first and third Fridays of each
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly Invited to r.ttend.
LILY V. I-IALSTEAD, W. M.
CALLIE E. CAVE, Scc'y.
Unity Lodgo No. is; F, & a. M..
Maoonlc Temple, 2550 Washington av
enue) Meetlrga every Wednesday
evening 7.30 p. m. Members of Sis
tor' Iodges and sojcun-lng, brethren
cordially invited to attend. ,
H. U IJERRINGTON W M
FELIX T. MOORE, scc'y,'
LOYAL ORDER OF MOORE,
Meet at Moose Hall, 427 25th 3treet,
Friday evonlng at 8 o'clock.
IL B. CARTER, Dictator.
F F. KIRKENDALL. Sec'y.
PAUL M. LEE, Treasurer.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
Improved Order of Rcdmen, Hia
watha Tribe No. 3, meets In Eagles'
Hall, Hudson ave., first and third
Monday evenings, at 8:00 p. m. Visit
ing chiefr. cordially invited.
EDWARD AUTH, Sachem.
R. R. GEIG1CR,' C- of R.
A. B. WRIGHT. C. of W.
.FRATERNAL CnDErt OF EAGLES.
' Fraternal Order ot Eagles, Ogden
Aerie, No. 118, F. O. E., meeta every
Wednesday evening at Eaglo Hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles aro' invited to attend
tho aerio meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. ra.
THOS LESLIE, W. President.
E. R. GEIGER. secretary.
DR. C. E. WARDLEIGH, Aerio Phy
sician ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogden Nest. No. 1218, Order of
Owls, meets ovcrj' Friday evening In
Eagles' Hall, on Hudson avenuo at
8 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls aro
invited to attend the Nest meetings.
W. H. WRIGHT, PresIdenL
T. S. SHAUGHNESSY,
Secretary, 451 25th.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT.
Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Cir
cle No 581, meets every WednoBday
night at 7; 30 o'clock. K of P. Hall.
Visiting neighbors lnvitod. Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridgo. M. D
57-5S Lewis block.
MARY HANDLEY, G. N.
2124 Royal Avenue.
MARIE CRITES, Clerk,
2731 Monroo Ave.
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets
every second and fourth Tuesday
nights at 7:30 5n Moo6c hall. Visiting
neighbors cordially Invited.
KATE URRY. 2958 Jeff.
KATE IIEYMAN, Clerk.
1 Bell Phone 1247-J.
BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY
Ogden Lodgo No. 68 meets every
Wednesday ev'ng at 7:30 at Odd Fol
lows' Hall, No. 2416 Washington Ave.
C. D. SIMPSQN, President.
L. A. GOUCHER, Secretary.
2938 Wall Ave.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Meet every second and fourth Mon
day night of each month at S p. m
at" the New Eagles hall on Hudson
ave. Visiting Neighbors invited. Dues
can bo paid to Mrs, Anna Ries,
M. D., Room 21, Lewis block.
INDIA SAWYER, Oracle,
LILLIAN NEWTON, Recorder.
27th and Qulncy.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatch Division, No. 124. O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. m., in K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 24th street.
All brothers are cordially invited to
C. H. PEARSON, C. C.
D. L. BOYLE. S. aad T.
Ogden Lodgo No. 5, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows, meets in I. O. O.
F. Hall every Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to be
L. H. CANDLAND, N. G.
HENRY KISSELL, Sec'y,
Queen City Rebokah Lodge No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meels second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall.
Visiting members invited.
EMMA IIOLTGREN, N. G.
KATE HOWE, Roc. Sec.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Utah Camp No. 9990, moot3 every
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock, at new
Eagles Hall, Hudson Avo. Visiting
A. G. JONES, Consul.
J. H. SHAFER, Clerk.
KNIQHT-i OF PYTHIAS
Ogden Lodge No. 2, Kn ilits of
Pythias, meets at Castle hall, Utah
National Bank building, every Monday
evening. All K. of P.'s requested to
meot with us,
P. F. KIRKENDALL. C. C.
W. G. KLID. M of E.
W. L.- UNDERWOOD.
K.ifn & s.
BROTHERHOOD O? -slSRTCAN
Ogden Homestcac :"o. 1505 meets
at 2 and t Tuesday evening at K P.
Hall. Visiting Archery aro cordially
invited to mcfll with ub.
W. S. O'BRIEN, Foreman,
2533 Gramorcy Avo.
O. E. WILLIAMS. CorroBpoudenL
22M Jackson Avo.
, Fraternal beneficiary ordor. Insuros
'men at low rales. Reserve fund over
six million dollars. Rocky Mountain
Council Noj 037 convenes second and
fourth Thursdays at I. O O. F. Hail.
H. E. PLAKE. Regent
J. W. WOTHERSPOON. Collector.
G. B. ROBERTS, Secretary.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Silver Hlvo No, 1, L, o. T. M
meets the first and third Thursday
evenings at S o'clock and tho second
oand fourth Thursday afternoons at
2:30 o'clock in the Eagle hall. 2115
Hudson ave. Visiting members cor
dially Invited to attend.
KATIIERINE EGGLEST.ON. L. C.
' 7lOvWash. Avo
L. JENNIE PROUT, R. K.,
2455 Vnn Buren.
- m . .
' FRATERNAL SOCIETIES'
WOODMEN OF THPj WORLD.
Weber Camp No. 74 meets in K. of
P. Hal! in tho Utah National Bank
Bldg., every Thursday evening at 3
o'clock.' Visiting Woodmen cordlal'y
invited to attond.
J D. HARRIS. C. C.
E. AUTH, Clerk.
First National ank Bldg.
' ' ., i r - -""""T r- : -'1 ii
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1. 1912.
DENVER , Rio GRANDE R. R.
6Exprcsa tor the Eaat. ..( 7:15 a.m.
2Atlantlc Express ! 3:50 p.m.
4Atlantic Mall 1 6:00 p.m.
lLlmltcd from tho East. 1:45 p.m.
C Chicago Ex. from Eaat. 3:B0 ?.
3AUantlc Mail 12:10 n.r
Electric Way Between
Ogden and Brigham
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912.
Twelve Trains Each Way Daily.
Leave Union Depot, Ogden, and O. R.
T. Depot, Brigham.
6:30 a. m 1:30 p. m.
7:30 a. m 3:00 p. m.
9:00 a. m 4:30 p. m.
10:30 a. in -. 6:00 p. m.
12:00 noon 7:30 p.' m.
9:00 p. in.
11:10 p. m.
Cars slop only at S. L. & Ogden
Depot, O. R. T. Depot and Five Points
In Ogden and at 3rd and 7th streets
J. W. BAILEV, SupL
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
TWO LOTS near cor. Lincoln and 32d
sts. Inquire at 2983 Pingree ave.
FOR SALE At a bargain, a five-room
house; owner leaving city. 223S
Endion ave. 4-5-lwk
SMALL farm; Improvements; frame
house, barn, chlckon-houses, water
sjstom; small orchard. Loditcd on
state load nt Riverdalo. Call phono
971-K3.- Jnquiro H. B. Child, River
NEW five-room modern bungalow;
large lot, with fruit trees and wa
ter rights. 919 22nd sL 4-4-lmo
5-ROOM cottage, modern. Terms to
suit. Inquire, 2829 Pingree.
TWO-STORY brick residence with 7
largo rooms; modern; closo in,
Adams ave. $3,500 property will go
for $2,S00 If fold soon. No commis
sions; you deal with owner. 29GG
Adams. Phone 1S55. 4-3-lmo
SECTION oj land with some water,
cheap or trade for property here:
also good ranch with water, adjoining
good range, on line of now railroad,
dally mall and school. Call 1413-R,
543 25th street, Ogden, Utah.
7-ROOM pressed brick house, largo
basement, "finished" modern; large
ham, cement walks and drlvo; close
In on bench. Walking distance. Phono
1666 R. 3-29-2wk
HERE is a good chance to get a good
homo in a splendid location at 729
25th st. on your own terms. Small
payment down, balance like ront. Will
take vacant lots, mortgages or any
good security. What have you. Ad
dress J. E. Sherlock, 175 KIngsloy
Drive, Los Angeles, Cal. 3-25-lwk
FOR SALE A few 10 and 20-acre
tracts cheap of Idaho's host fruit
lgnds. In tho lower Snake river val
ley; altltudo 2,600 feet. For a few
dajs only. Easy terms. 431 25th
st. Boyter & Chaft'ln. 3-20-lwk
CONVENIENT, desirable, small house
with 1 1-4 acres rich soil, In young
bearing Elbertas. Owner 720 7"th St.
CHOICE BUILDING lota for sale, on
Jcffersan avenue, between 12th and
13th streeL All set to choice fruits,
and Just coming Into bearing. Small
payment down, balance on easy
terms. See these before you buy. ' .
quire C03 Twelfth etreeL 2-1-tf
WANTED Old and young chickens at
Npi' Oshrrn Cafe 4R 2rh qt
SMALL driving team for 25 days.
Must be reasonable. 320 25th st.
LACE curtain and laundry work. Mrs .
Greenwood, rear 543 27th. Phone
LACE curtain and laundry work. Mrs.
Greenwood, rear 543 27tb. Phono
Wo pay the highest prices for cast
off clothing. Call us up Phono 18S4
CLEAN white rags at Standard offico.
Money to loan--;
EASTERN MONEY to loan for three
or five vcars on Improved property.
Kelly & Hcrrlck. 1-2-tf
MONEY to loaw ca .vatchos, dla
monds, jowelry, firearms, etc.,
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
1885. Tho Money Lenders of Ogden.
278 25th SI. C. II. Smith. Prop.
MORTGAGE LOANS on improved
farm or cltv property. HUNTER &
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg.
5-1 2 -If
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You
can got It today. Cheapest rates,
best and most private terms In Utah.
D. D. Drake over Paino & HursL
S ROOMS, with bath, hot water heat.
barn. Will trado for smaller house
6"9 23d st or phore t39-W J-0-lwk
ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE
ROOMING house- 132 25th St, Good
FOR SALE Rooming house; good
paying business; must sell on ac-'
count of 111 health. J. K., Care Stand
ard. 3-12-1 wk
ROOMING HOUSE cheap. 449 26th SL
j r-Fi--Lin--caGgggi i -in Mi--a---
Tho Royal Highlanders meet every
Saturday nt S p. m. at K of P. hall.
VlPlthm members cordially Invited.
ANDREW W NELSON,, I. P.
WM. MUI-LEH, Sec. aud Trsag.,
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HELP WANTED 7"
GIRL for housework, small family,
good wagesj 630 24th. Phone 944.
GIRL in ice cream parlor r who can
play piano. Greenwelf's;-' 4-S-lwk
LADIES, big pay copying addresses nt
home. Particulars Oc In, stamps.
Harlcon Agency, Chicago. ' 1-6-lt
GIRL for general housework: one to
stay home nights preferred. ' 873
25th st. ' 4-5-lwk
GIRL Good cook, highest wages paid
to competent girl. 505 27th st.
EXPERIENCED girl for housowork.
Phono 1175, or call GC1 2Sth St.
WOMAN wanted as tailor's helper.,.
Rice, 414 25th streeL 4-2-tr
A SALESLADY. Hupfcr's, 2159
Washington. 4-2-3 wk
A GIRL wanted to do housework.
Ms. I. L. Clark, 2375 -Madison ave.
GIRL for housework; one to go homo
nights preforred. 2215 Jefferson
NEAT-APPEARING ladies to demon
strate high class toilet articles. Call
between 10 a m. and 2 p. m. 27S3
Stllwoll Terrace, 3rd Floor
YOUNG woman wants work by the
day Apply 336 24 th st. 4-S-lwk
AN experienced and reliable lady
wishes employment at hotel. Rear
of 2105 Monroe Ave. 4-4-lwk
NURSING by the week. 225S GranL
Phono 235S-W. 4-2-lmo
EXPERIENCE! nur wants position.
5J0 2Sth st
HELP Wain l&u
BECOME a detective; earn $150 to
$300 per month, traveling over the
world. Send stamp for particulars.
Wrilo Frederick Wagner, 1243 Lex
ington avenue, N. Y. 4-S-lwk
WANTED A good canvasser at tho
Standard office. " 4-5-tf
BY OLD established insurance agen
cy, a reliable man to write general
insurance on salary and commission.
A. J. M. 3-26-tf
MALE OR FEMALE.
WOMAN to work by day, also boy to
cut wood, etc., after school. Call
at 2562 Adams ave. fcl-2-l-.-.k
JAPANESE wants position as porter,
between G and 9 a. m. Address "C.
A.." carp Standard. 4-4-lwk
AGENTS WANTED everywhere for
selling $3 proposition. $15 daily
easily made Particulars free. Write
today V. A. Burns, Edgewater.MVash.
THREE reputable, energetic sales
men to sell our unsurpassed line of
Bottled Beers, Table Wines. Family
Liquors, etc., direct to consumer at
wholesale prices. Position perma
nent; remuneration good. Apply with
references to Thomas C. Foley, 2410
Washington avenue, 0?den. l-5-lwk
ri !.- im ,i 1 1 j ...i -in
NEW electric Albralor cheap; dr
cell; can be easilj carried. 33G 2 1th
st. " 4-10-lwk
COMPLETE outfit for boy or girl:
ponv, saddle, harness and buggy.
Phone 450-W. 4-10-lwk
ESKIMO spitz puppies. Phone 10-R.
A MOTORCYCLE, good as nev. Call
altornoons. lS9'2Ith. 4-S-lwk
500 PR SHOES at 50c; Mall Boxos,
10c; Earthen T. Pots, 23c; Beer
Mugs, 10c; Sheet Music, 3c; Seeder.
?5 00. Alvord & Anything. 1-5-2L
FOR SALE Six shares of Interna
tional Correspondence School
stock. Stork diaws 7 per cent divi
dends. Tel. 1359-R. Ogden. l-G-lt
Fine rubber-tired buggy and harness
cheap. GC3 27th. 4-G-lwk
PEKIN EGGS for setting; ducks for
sale. 215G Pacific 3-29-lwk
STUDEBAKER surroy and jjhaoton,
delivery wngon, cutter, buggy har
ness, wagon harness, all in good con
dition; also first class 1.200-lb. horse,
7 years old, absolutely gonllc. Apply
423 24th. 3-G-tf
MERRILL, King ftna Schlllor pianos
and players, lowest possible prices-J.
M. Pautono, Factory AgonL PLone
LOST One small mink neck piece on
Adams ave. between 24th and 2Gth
sts. Return to No. 1 1 Peery apts. Re
WANTED" TO BUY .
WANT to buy good, gentle driving
horse. Address P. O. Box G54.
RELIABLE party would rent modern
furnished house. Phone 1378-M.
7 ftend theClaB3lf -Syf
-f TVt'iiaKgy ' "-
FOR RKNT v H
FURNISHED ROOM8 'jl
FOR RENT Furnished, now, olean, H
comfortablo housekeeping rooms, $2 lH
wk. up 536 31st St. 3-13-lyr H
ROOM for gentleman, bath, steam
heat 2.50 per week. Closo in. jH
references'. 2311 Adams. 2-14-ima jH
FURNISHED ROOMS Tor hbusokeep. H
ing at foot of M. E- Ave. . 4-2-tf H
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, $12 a month. ' JH
563 '5th. 4-9-lwh jH
TWO rooms for light housekeeping, H
with bath. 45G 22nd. 4-0-lwk H
3 1 LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 2338 jH
LIGHT housekeeping rooms, -with IH
" bath. 254S Qulncy. 3-22-lwk IH
NEATLY furnished housekeeping and
sleeping rooms. ?L50 to $3 per v.'cokv lH
2214 1-2 Washington. 3-lG-lmo 1
ROOMS for housekeeping. 2630 Ad-
nmu. 3-12-lmo H
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2G34 Grant,
UNFURNISHED ROOMS. H
4 SMALL rooms; adults only; elec- H
trie lights. GC3 27th. 4-G-lwk jH
2 ROOMS, clothes closet und kitchen. H
Inmiiro 2220.. Lincoln. 2-14-tf IH
THE MELROSE H
FIRST-CLASS location; board, rooms H
rcasonab'lQ. 2G39 Jeff 3-30-lmo tl
' fIjrTrent '. H
ROOMS AND BOARD jH
A. LARGE joom with board, suitablo J
for oho or two gentlemen. Also ac- H
commodatlan for some tablo boarders. jH
Popular Heights, 437 24th St H
ROOMS and board. 2333 Aflame. H
THE Hotel Idanha is now under new H
management It has been remod'l H
cd, cleaned, .papered and nicely furn-
ished throughout. 2474 1-2 Wash. H
Ave. 3-2S-lrao B
u-iiii il ii m i in r mnr , ruuu I- : M H
F'OR RENT M
UNFURNISHED HOUSES IH
MODERN five-room houe. G5S 23rd
TWO modern ton-room houses and H
one fourroom cottage. Inquire of
Mr, J. W. F. Volker, C53 27th st.
3-ROOM house, ?S.50 a month. 2726 H
Monroe. Phone 1415-M. 4-9-tf jH
5-ROOM modern house at 2207 Adams
ONE 7 and one G room modern house. I
29G3 Lincoln ave. l-G-2t l
3-ROOM house, city water and toilet, H
$S 00 per mo. Phone 775-M. 1-i-lwk H
4-ROOM, cellar, barn, large lot. 317 H
12th. 4-2-lwk H
A FIVE-ROOM modern house. 29G3 H
Lincoln ave. 3-29-3w3 H
4-ROOM house in rear 213S Jeff. In- H
quire Christenaeu Shoe Store. H
FOUR-ROOM modern" house. 11S6 M
21th 2-20-lmo M
FOR RENT H
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT M
HELM'S apartment. 224S Jefferson. H
Also furnished house for rent.
m 3-29-lmo IH
FOR RENT H
,. FURNISHED HOUSES M
FOUR-RCOM furnished house, on M
car Hue. 153S Wash. 4-S-lwk H
MODERN furnished house. Call at H
224S Jeff, between 9 and 12 a. m. I
SS'l 25th. Modern coal and gas range. jH
$20 per month. Phone 609 4-S-tf H
NEWLY furnished 3 -room modern jH
house. 2122 1-2 Adams. 4-6-lwk H
7-ROOM house, partly furnished, bath. H
$12.00. 2947 Porter ave. 3-2S-lmo H
FIVE-ROOM completely furnished,
modern, reasonable, near shops;
piano, electric lights. 2155 Wall. H
New modern brick house. 5 rooms,
furnished. O. A. White, 362 25th st, M
A 5-ROOM modern Iiomsc near high M
school. For rent, furnished, April H
1. Phone S5G-J 3-27-Iwk. H
4-ROOM house on 25th st. car lino. H
Inoulre 103S 25th. 3-1 5-lwk
EGGS FOrTsETTING, H
THOROUGHBRED White Minorcas '
and White Wyandottcs. 3133 Jeff. i
Ave. i-G-lwk H
THOROUGHBRED white OrplngtotiK, '!
eggs, Kellerstrass strain, $2.00 per H
15. Black Minorcas, SI. 00 per 15. 737 H
Adams ave. Phono 1G19-W. 3-23-lwk H
ROSE COMB Brown reghorn, Blnck M
Minorca and Rhode Island Red oggs,
$1.00 for 15. Mrs. P. Mphcr. G39 7th H
St. Phone 16J9-M. 2-2G-lmo H
PUREBRED Rhode Island Reds, .$1.00 ' H
for L5. ?5.00 per 100. W, H. Vqor- H
hies, 415 13th St. Phono 1605-W, ' H
BARRED Plymouth Rocks: prizo win- IH
ning stock, nine winners last year. H
Phono 119G-R. 3236 Quincy. 3-30-lmo H
WHITE Rock eggs. Phono 700-W. H
FORRENT ' H
FURNISHED APARTMENTS M
THREE-ROOM furnished apartment M
in Peery Apartments. Apply D.-H H
Peery Estate office, 24S1 Hudson avo. ' H
Phono 97. . 4-5-tf M
3-ROOM APARTMEN'T, modern; ga.s, H
bath, also 2 sleeping, rooms, 2-room H
cottage. 2422 Adams. ', 4-5-tf M
3-ROOM modern apajrtment com- , H
!Ietely furnished: sleeping porch H
and large basement 2944 Lincoln J H
ave. InqtHie same. --2-"12 H
FURNISHED The Coroi Apartraenta. '
-roorn 25G Yah. Ave- 3-6-tt t-C
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