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So Comments the Colonel
r on Pennsylvania
Oyster Bay N. Y., April l5.-"We
hit them middling hard." said Colonel
Roose-elt m talking of hl8 victory fi
the Pennsylvania primaries. " ,
The colonel was greatly elated and
exhibited a heap or telegrams sent
him. giving details of the result and
Colonel Roosevelt was asked wheth
er m his opinion hiB nomination was
r "I would not say that," he respond
ed. The result in Pennsylvania pleased
him particularly because he conslder
I ed it "an expression of popular opin
ion to the bosses."
"They have heard a good deal from
me on the stump," be said, "but they
will hear more."
Colonel Roosevelt said some of his
opponents were misrepresenting the
number of delegates elected for Presi
dent Taft and himsoir. He said ho
had been considering preparing a for
mal statement In rogard to this mat
"At the present time," ho continued,
"I think that the delegates really in
structed are about evenly divided. I
H think it Is about 150 each,"
Q The colonel gave Mississippi as an
example of what he had in mlng Ho
I said he believed thst the entire Mis
sissippi delegation was for him, and
yet his opponents claimed it all for
"The contest in that case," he add
ed, "Is on the Taft side."
Ho asserted that he had 22 dele
gates from Missouri, although some of
his opponents conceded him none.
In New York, he continued, he al
ready had ten delegates, with ten
others ready to vote for him, and he
expressed the belief that at the na
tional convention he would have
twenty more Now York votes, provid
ing it" was apparent to these twenty
delegates that he could have half of
the delegates to the convention.
At 4:25 today Mr. Roosevelt will
start on what will probably bo one
, of the most extensive trips of the
campaign. Ho will go to Chicago
' over the Pennsylvania road instead of
the New York Central, as originally
According to the program ho will
spend Wednesday and Thursday in
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ebraska, and Friday and Saturday
In Kansas. Beyond that no delinltc
arrangements have been made The
colonel said he expected to speak In
Sioux Falls. S. D., and In Little Rock,
Ark Oa the way back, ho said, he
hoped to go to North Carolina.
The first of a series o Sunday
evening sermons on the "Education of
Girls," by Rev. Frank G. Draincrd of
the First Congregational church was
given last evening. Ills subject was:
i "Should Boys and Girls Be Educated
Alike?" .Mr Brainerd said in part-
"2n the American public school
system our girls are all boys. The
courso of Btudj, the hours of attend
ance, tho fixed stipulation of work,
the inflexibility of method are all fit
ted to tho physical organization of
boys. Even manual training Is rec
ommended for girls and too often boys
grown to manhood have occasion to
wish that they had elected domestic
science and sewing as a pnrt of their
comse. The girls seem to be an un
cinssficd annex, so far as a place in
education Is concerned, to the general
scheme. Even one of the daily pa
pers in printing the subject of this
sermon evidently did it automatically,
for instoadof printing it 'Should Girls
and Boys Be Educated Alike,' changed
the order and gave boy his time-honored
first place. It merely indicates
our habit of thought.
"The real purpose of education is
to 'lead out' the character of the one
we sock to teach and to develop Two
questions are pertinent in considering
the two sexes, viz.: Are the results
sought in the two Instances synony
mous, and if not, may they still be
attained by a common mothod?
"As to tho first: Is there an in
tellectual and a social and a spiritual
phase to sex that cannot be ignored
with imunity Would girls be more
of a benediction to the world If they
had the mind and did the work of
boys? Would boys count more in the
world's work If they set themselves
to the household ways of women? Or
can we porchance dream of a sort of
composite being, neither man nor
woman, that shall some day be the
felulIUlIO pjUUUUL Ul Ulll UUULUUUll.il
system? This surely cannot be our
foolish fancy. More than -40 years
ago a. professor of medicino In Har
vard university, writing of 'Sex in
Education,' said: 'Tho vexed ques
tion of woman's sphere will bo decid
ed by ber organization. Many efforts
for bettering her condition and wid
ening her sphere, seem to ignore any
difference of the sexes; seem to treat
her as if she were identical with man,
and to be trained in precisely tho
same way; as if her organization, and
consequently, her function, were mas
culine, not feminine.' Another writer
well says; 'Woman must be regarded
as woman, not as a nondescript ani
mal, with greater or less capacity for
assimilation to man.' The Harvard
professor, speaking to the New Eng
land Woman's club in Boston, took
this position: "The psychological motto
is, educate a man for manhood, a
woman for womanhood, both for hu
manity. In this lies the hope of tho
race.' We cannot do belter than to
take this profound truth for our start
ing point in this discussion.
"Can these diverse organisms be
developed and perfected by a com
mon method In our schools? There
Is time at this point to quote by way
of suggestion the observations of
three writers. An American educator
writes. 'Circumstances have repeated
ly carried me to Europe, where I
am repeatedly surprised by tho red
blood that fills and colors the facos
of ladies aud peasant girls, reminding
one of the canvas of Rubens and Mil
rillo, nd am always equally surprised
on my roturn. by crowds of pale,
bloodless female faces, that suggest
consumption, anomla and neuralgia.
To a large extent our present system
of educating girls is tho cause of this
pallor and weakness ' An English
' lady visiting tho public schools of
Boston remarked: 'I never saw bc
; fore so raanj pretty girls t,ogothor'
and thon added 'They all look sick'
And Oliver Wendell Holmes, essay
ist, poet and physician, described In
his 'Autocrat at tbe Breakfast Table'
the American female constitution
'which collapses just 1n the middle
third of Ufo. and comes out vulcan
ized India rubber, if' it happens to
live through the period ,whon health
and strength nre most wanted.' These
observations would seem sufficient to
give us pause n our present systom "'
THE SURPRISES OF CHINA
China is still proving Itself a land
of surprises. The revolution came as
a surprise to the outside world; at
least, its suddenness was unexpected.
The formation of the republic was
a piece of amazing promptness. Tho
ejovatlon to the' presidency of a pro
gressive young man of W.cstem train
ing and a convert to the Christian
faith was spectacular and interesting.
The steadiness of the hand of Yuan
Shi Kal in tho negotiations leading
to the abdication of the throne and
the surrender of tho Mauchus has
been admirable and noteworthy. The
' next surprise was the resignation of
Dr Sun from the presidency in favor
of this older statesman, Yuan Shi Kai.
There aa real regret over this de
cision of Dr. Sun, though his un-
' solfish patriotism met with high
praise. Thoro seemed to be no rea
sonable doubt that he could hold the
Southern States toegther In a repub
lic, but his ability to hold tho North
was problematical. Yuan Shi Kai's
Influence and authority are prod I g-
f Ioub, and be could undoubtedly hold
both the North and the South to the
Dr. Sun -will go down to history as
the brave, vigorous, self-aacrificing
mnn who guided the troubled country
through the rapids of revolution to thp '
quiet waters of a better and freer na
tional .life, mid then yielded -the helm
to another man. . ,-.
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- OF COUNTY
Miss Matilda Petersen has bden re
elected primary supervisor of tlic We
ber county schools Tor the coming
year. She will also have charge of
tho primary work In tho Davis coun
ty schools Miss Petersen has had
charge of tho primary work in the
Weber county schools for tho ' past
eight years. Her ro-oloctlon took
place at a meeting of tho county board
of education Saturday afternoon.
The meeting was called for the -purpose
of discussing tho idea of submit
ting to a. vote of the people a $100.
000 bond issue in order, to" raise mon
ey to build several new. .(schools and
install stcam-hcatlng systems In sev
eral schools ttyit are not -now receiv
ing any direct benefits from the old
furnace systems. The meeting ad
journed without any definite action
being taken in the matter, but anoth
er meeting will be held next Satur
day afternoon for the purpose of dis
cussing the matter again
SERMON ON LIFE
Uev J. E. Carver delivered the first
of his po,st-Easter series of sermons
upon "Ufo Beyond tho Grave" at the
First Presbyterian church Sunday
evening. During the course of his
remarks Rev. Carver said:
"I want you to think with mc to
night upon the moaning of the pro
noun 'I.' It is tho shortest and most
wonderful word in our language and
one of tho most mysterious as well.
Wc seem to value life largely by what
It possesses of visible realities. But
clothes, jewelry or possessions do not
enhance tho value of the real i,' nor
do they in any way belong to It De
nature. Your body is not you, for you
speak of it as your body. You are
in some way separate from bone aud
blood and flesh. They are yours, but
not you. Neither Is your brain you. It
is the homo or seat of your thought,
but It Is not you. Your brain changes
with the years, almost completely
every seven years, but your Identity
continues. Jt Is vour brain but It is
not you. You manifest your person
ality by your thoughts, feelings, eroo
tlojis and will, but these are not you
They have changed through the years
while you have bad ldentltj. BacK
of all your desires, habits and actions
the 'I stands in judgment You say
I wanted to do that and I did it, but I
should not, I ought not to do it. No
trend of desire or habit, however
strong, can keep you from pqsslng
judgment upon yourself, and on this
fact, Kant, tho greatest of modern
philosophers, based his argument, for
"Moreover this mjstorious T Judges
the completeness of our work so that
we never think but that our best work
could have been done even better bv
us. Is not this personality, this T
that remembers, will3, judges, hopes
and loves, is not this the immortal
part of man. The body may return
to dust. It was not me but only mine
I shall lie on. There is a resurrec
tion of the body, of that we shall
speak later, but death has no power
ovor the real 'J.' Jesus Christ said to
the thiof, "Today thou shall be with
me In paradise.' The bodies wero for
a time left but the real 'thou' and
'me' passed beyond.
"Jesus Christ said, 'In my Father's
house are many mansions,' T go to
prepare a place for you,' and 'I will
come again and receive you unto my
self, that where 1 am, there you may
be also.' We thin): of this earth a's
one of these many mansions, forming
a part of God's world. The telescope
tells us that each night and shall wa
believe the glass at night and not tlfo
word of God by day? One of these
mansions elsowhore Is the transient
home of those who havo died, just as
this earth is the home of the living
I havo spoken at length of the. con
ditions of that future transient home
as the Bible rovcals them. Manv
whom you loved arc there Death
does reign supreme but death Is but
an Incident in llfo as timeis in eter
nity. We live, die and live qgain.
Death is the gateway to a larger Ufo
if this life be lived well. Wc say that
this is an ngo that seeks realities, a
practical age. If this bo so. tho great
reality of living Is the part of )ling
that is abiding "And now abidoth
faith, hope and love." Let these have
largo places in your life."
SUBWAYS FOR THE
CITY OF NAPLES
Tho projected subways for Naples,
to be constructed during the next
eight years by the Franco-Italian Met
ropolitan Railway company, will be
one of tho most important municipal
improvements yet carried out. jhore
arc larger cities, but few that stand
In uch urgent need of subway con
nections, and the 8.000,000. which is
the estimated cost of the main lines
now agreed upon, will be well gpeni.
The city, as everybody Kuow3 from
pictures even without going there, Is
pent in between the son and tbc( high
volcanic hill, spurs of which run down
almost to tho water. Tho old Naples
could nestle very snugly on the fore
shore and tho slopes, but the city has
long since outgrown these confines.
Unfortunately, there is no good con
nection between the lower loiels and
tho oinoro, as the plow-Bhaped hills
arc called, and while several fine, wide
boulevards have been opened in tho
leveler parts of Naples, surface roadn
do little to roliove congestion An in
teresting account of the lines project
ed Is given bv the Mattino of Naples.
Will Pay City Warrants. t
.Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Treasurer of Ogdcn 'City,
will at his officoon and after this
dato, pay City Warrants bearing rcgr
istry numbers A 17298 to A 1777(5 and
B 17208 to B 1777C, all Inclusive, and
further that all hucIi Wnrrnnts, not
presented to me for paymeut on or
befpro April 19th, 1912, will cense to
draw Interest thereafter.
, ' Cltv Treasurer.
'"Da'tcd at Ogdcn, Utah, 'April 9th,
1912? " ' ' ' '
' It had at first been planned to make '
the Vomcro the hub of a number of
radial lines, urban nnjl suburban, but
this grandiose plan was put by on ac
count of the cosL The present scheme
contemplates two P"cinal lines, one
from the Corso Garibaldi (Staziono
clrcum Vcsuvlana), to Margcllna, pass
fng through Via Roma (Toledo) and
to tho Vomcro, while the other sub
urban connects the Vomero with Ca
maldoli nnd will eventually be extend
ed to Soccavo and Planura. It Is es
timated that the running time between
'the' Vomero and Piazza Garibaldi will
bo hut. fourteen minutes. The project
will involve a number of elevators,
pome of thenrwlth long hauls, especial
ly at Piazza Vanvltelll. where four
elevators Will be Installed, each car
rying forty passengers and making
tho ascent in a minute. While In
places the .tunnels will bo very deep,
the conditions are said to be very fa
vorable, for the volcanic tufa of which
the hilis arc composed Is both firm
and easily worked Springfield Re
publican. Thero Is prospects, of a strike in
Oshkosh, Wis , this spring IT demands
of the mlllmen are not granted. Five
thousand workmen will be affected.
Queen Esther Chapter No. A, O. E.
S., regular meetings held at Masonic
Hall on Washington avenue between
Twonty-flfth and Twenty-sixth streets
the first and third Fridays of each
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly Invited to r.ttend.
LILY V. HALSTEAD, W. M.
CALLIE E. CAVE, Sec'y.
UnItvLodgo No. IS, F. & A. M.,
Maconfc Temple, 2550 Washington av
enue. Moetlrgs every Wednesday
ovcnlng 730 p. m Members of Sis
ter Lodge? and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend.
H L. IIERRINGTON, W. M.
FELIX T. MOORE, Bdc'y.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE.
Meet at Mooso Hall, 427 26th street,
Friday evening at S o'clock.
It. B CARTER, Dictator.
F F. KIRKENDALL. Sec'y.
PAUL M. LEE, Treasurer.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
Improved Order, of Redmen, Hia
watha Tribo No. 3, meots In Eagles'
Hall, Hudson ave., firBt and third
Monday evenings, at S:00 p. m. Visit
ing chiefs cordially Invited.
EDWARD AUTH, Sachem.
E. R. GEIGER, C- of R.
A. U. WRIGHT. sc. of W.
FRATERNAL CRDErt OF EAGLES.
Fraternal Order ot Eagles, Ogden
Aerie, No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle Hall,
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eaples are invited to attend
the aorie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m
THOS LESLIE, W. President.
E. R. GEIGER, socrcUiry.
DR. C. E. WARDLEIGH, Aerlo Phy.
ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogden Nest. No. 1218, Order of
Owls, meets every Friday evening in
Eagles' Hall, on Hudson nvnuo at
8 o'clock Visiting Brother Owls aro
Invited to attend tho Nest meetings.
W. II. WRIGHT. President.
T. 6. SHAUGHNESSY,
Secretary, -151 25th.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT.
Women of Woodcraft. Ogden Cir
cle No SSI. meets every Wednesday
night at 7-30 o'clock, .. of P. Hall.
Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr Alice M. Ridge. M. D.
57-5S Lewis block.
MARY IIANDLEY. G. N.
2124 Royal Avenuo.
MARIE CRITES. Clerk.
2731 Monroe Ave,
Sego Lily Clrclo No. 174 meets
every second and fourth Tuesday
nights at 7:30 in Moose hall. Visiting
neighbors cordially Invited.
KATE URRY, 2958 Jeff.
KATE IIEYMAN, Clerk.
Bell Phone 1217-J.
BROTHERHOOD OF RAILWAY
Ogden Lodge No. 68 meets every
Wednesday ev'ng at 7:30 at Odd Fel
lows' Hall, No. 2416 Washington Ave,
C. D. SIMPSON. Prosldent
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 tho Now Eagles hall on Hudson
ave. Visiting Neighbors invited. Dues
can bo paid to Mrs Anna Rios,
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 avenuo and 24th street
All brothers aro cordially Invited to
C. H. PEARSON, C. C.
D. L. BOYLE. S. and T.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Utah Camp No 9990. meats every
Tuesday nlfiht at S o'clock, at new
Eagles Hall. Hudson Ave. Visiting
A. G. JONES, Consul.
J. H. SHAKER. Clork.
KNIGHT j OF, PYTHIAS
Ogdcn Lo'dge No:' 2, Kn.kts 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. a C.
W.G. ICKID, M. of E.
- W. L. UNDERWOOD,
BROTHERHOOD Hj -ilSRICAN
Ogdcn Ilomestcac '."o. 1505 meets
at 2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
Hall. Visiting ArchorB aro cordially
Invltod to meot with uh
W. S. O'BRIEN, Foreman,
2533 Gramercv Ave.
O. E. WILLIAMS, Correspondent.
2214 -"nakflon Ave.
ROYAL ARCANU-M. '
Fraternal bcnoflcl-iry order. Insure.-?
men at low rates. Reserve fund over
six million dollars. Rocky Mountain.
Council No. C37 convenes second and'
fourth Tlinrs'dnvs at I. O O. F Hall
H E. PLAIsE. Regont.
J. W. WOTHERSPOON. Collector.
G. B ROBERTS. Secretary
WOODMEN OF TUP- WORLD
Wobcr Camp No 74 meets in K. of
P. Hall In the Utah National Bank
Bldg., every Thursday evening at 3
o'clock. Visltln? Woodmen cordlalv
Invited to attend.
j D. HARRIS. C. C.
, E. AUTH, Clerk,
'First National Hank Bldg.
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1. 1912.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE R. R.
... . -
CIExpreSB lor the Eait...j 7:15 a.m.
2 Atlantic Express 1 3:C0 p.m.
4AtIantlc Mall J.. 7 6:00 p.m.
fc-l J Arrive.
1 Limited from tbo Eaflt.l 1:45 D.m.
5 Chicago Ex. from EaBt.l 3:BU p.m.
3 Atlantic Mall 12:10 a.m.
Electric Way Between
Oeden and Brigham
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912.
Twelve Trains Each Way Daily.
Leave Union Depot, Ogden, and O. R.
T. Depot, Brigham.
G: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. m G:00 p. m.
12:00 noon 7:30 p. m.
- 9:Q0,p. m.
11:10 p. in.
Cars stop only at S. L. & Ogden
Depot, O. R. T. Depot and Five Points
In Ogden and nt 3rd and 7th streets
J. W. BAILEY. Supt,
TO OGDEN CANYON
Effective Sunday, April
Cars loave Union Depot dally for
Hermitage at 7:40 a. m., and every
hour and twenty minutes thereafter
until 9:00 p. m.
Returning, cars leave Hermitage
at 8:20 a. rn., and every hour and
twenty minutes until 9:40 p. m.
Extra service to the Hermitage
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements in tnia column cost
75c per line per month, payable In
C. F. CABLE, Attorney at lav, gen
eral practice in nil state aud fed
eral courts. With Joseph Chez, Esq.,
-103-5 First National Bank Building.
Telephone 291. 3-lC-lmo
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phono us up; we
will call for It. Bell phono. 325-K;
MRS. C. E. LEE has returned to Og
den and is ready to do all kinds
of hair work. Switches for sale. 2507
Grant axe. 1-15-1 mo
JAMES THOMPSON, expert paper
cleaning, painted walls, burlap; all
work guaranteed 23-11 Jackson ave ;
phono 11GS. Ogden Utah.
Wall PAPER cleaning and tinting,
furniture packing nnd repairing; ex
perts in French polishing and var
nishing Carpets cleaned and laid
Phone 1179-M. B. Denkcrs, 212S Grant
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
Now Pqory Bldg.. Hudson Ave. Tnd.
615. Residence. Ind. 503. 6-15 Wash.
ALL WORK personally attended to.
Edward Woods, practical plumber.
2173 Jackson ave. Phone 2105-J.
OUR SPECIALTY, dinner 15c. Peo
ples' Rest, 2170 Grant, L. G. Hen
ingcr, proprietor. 1-10-lwk
CITY SCAVENGER, Neis McCarty.
2728 Grant. Bell Phone, 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and Bhoes, Bought, sold or
exchanged . also trunks nnd Bult
casos cheap. A. Slner. Boll phono
1321. 179 1-2 Twonty-flf:b St.7-9-lvr
" STOVE REPAIRS.
SUMMER1LL is the stove specialist.
2304 Wash. avo. Tel. 30 1. Stoes
as well as repairs. l-13-tf
JOGALONG TRANSFER VAN &
Storago Co., moving vanB, all klnd3
tranfor work: pianos a specialty Of
fice 32G 1-2 25th St. "bones 233.
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered
Boll 571-R. 7-5-tf
Tho Royal Highlanders meet every
Saturday at S p. m. at K. ot P. hall.
Visiting mombers cordially Invited.
ANDREW W. NELSON,, I P.
WM. MULLER, Sec. and Treas.,
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Slher IIIvo No. 1. L. O. T M.,
meets tho first and tnlrd Thursday
openings at 8 o'clock and the second
oand fourth Thursday afternoons at
2 -.30 o'clock In the Eagle hall. 2415
Hudson ave. Visiting members cor
diallv invited to attend.
KATIIERINE EGGLESTON, L. O .
710 Wash. Ave.
L. JENNIE PROUT R. K.t
2455 Van Burcn.
ft DD FELLOWS.
Ogdcn Lodge No. 5, lndopendont Or
der of Odd Follows meets In I. O. O
F Hall every Tuesday evening Vis
iting brothers cordially Invltod to bo
PreSCDt L H. CANDLAND, N G.
-HENRY KISSELL. Sec'y.
Queen CUv Rebekah Lodge No. 4,
I O O F "meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall.
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HELP WANTED T
A COMPETENT woman for general
housework; small family, good
wages; bring references. 903 24th
st. Phone 483. 4-15-tt
GIRLS at Olsen's Basket Factory.
180 W. 31st st. 4-13-lwk
NURSING by the week. 2258 Grant.
Phono 235S-W. 4-2-lmo
EXPERIENCED nur- wants position.
540 2Stli st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FURNITURE for salo. 29S0 Grant
FOLDING bed, mangle, Taylor irons,
elevator cable, caldrons, business
library, family Bible, house plants.
Bell 333. 1-15-tf
BROODY R. I. Red hens. Indian Run
ner ducks; eggs for hatching.
Phone SG1-R2. m 4-12-lwk
$G5 DORP HEAD Singer machine, al
most now. cheap for cash. 74S 23rd
street. Call a. m. 4-12-lwk
WE ARE CLOSING OUT our stock
of hardvood mantels at cost. Come
quick for bargains before stock is
broken. The Ecclcs Lumber Co.
FOR SALE, CHEAP Thrc-o second
hand wagons. Tho Eccics Lumber
SECOND-HAND windmill cheap. In
qulro of Dr. Snowden. 4-ll-6t
STUDEBAKER surrey and phaeton,
cutter and harness cheap, 423 24th.
GOOD harness and rubber-tired bug
gy; both for $50.00. D. R. Wheel
NEW electric vibrator cheap; dry
cell; can be easily carried. 33G 21th
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 new. Call
afternoons. 1S9 24th. 4-8-lwk
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
23-ACRE fruit farm, houee, barn,
trees, chicken bouses and other Im
provements. 2 miles U. H. Springs;
stop 17 on Brigham car. P. C. Badger,
R. F. D. 2, Brigham. 4-15-lwk
$1,200 buys a nice home from owner.
1G17 Robinson ave. 4-15-lmo
REAL ESTATE A desirable location
for business property on 24th street.
Party leaving state; must have tho
money; snap. Kelly & Horrlck.
o AND S-ROOM modem homes. Also
store. Terms. Owner, Phono 1127.
FOUR-ROOM brick house by owuor.
Inquire 201S Jackson. Ml-lwk
S ROOMS, with bath, hot water heat,
barn. Will trade for smaller house.
G39 23d st. or phone 1039-W. 4-9-Iwk
FOR SALE At a bargain, a fhe-room
house; 0 wrier leaving city. 223S
Endlon ave. 4-5-lwk
SMALL farm; Improvements; frame
house, barn, chicken-houses, water
system; small orchard. Located on
stato road at RIverdalc. Call phone
971-K3. Inquire H. B. Child, River
NEW five-room modern bungalow;
large lot, with fruit trees and wa
ter rights. 9IA 22nd st. 4-l-lmo
TWO-STORY brick residence with 7
largo rooms; modern; close in;
Adams ave. $3,500 property will go
for $2.S00 if sold soon. No commis
sions; you deal with owner. 29GG
Adams. Phono 1S55. J -3-1 mo
Gi.OICE BUILDING lots for sale, on
Jefferson avenue, between 12th and
13th strcot. All set to choice fruits,
and Just coming into bearing. Small
payment down, balance on easy
torms. Seo beso before you bu7. T-.-qulro
C03 Twelfth street. 2-1-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
EASTERN MONEY to loan for three
or five years on Improved propertv.
Kelly & Horrlck. 4-2-'tf
MONEY to Ioau c& .vatches, dla
1 monds Jewelry, firearms, etc.,
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
1885. The Money Lendors of Ogdcn.
278 25th St. C. H. Smith, Prop.
MORTGAGE LOANS on improved
farm or city property. HUNTER &
KENNEDY, 502 First Nationnl Bldg.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You
can get It today. Cheapest rato3,
best and most private terras in Utah.
D D Drake, ovor Paino &. Hurst.
FAMILY liquor house and saloon for
sale cheap: completely stocked with
wines and liquors and fine fixtures;
situated on one of the host downtown
business streets of Salt Lake City,
Utah. Proper terms can be arranged
with right party. This Is a. snap. For
particulars sec A. A. Cohh, Assignee,
G10 Judge Bldg.. Salt Lake, Utah.
THREE-ROOM furnished apartment
in Peery Apartments. Apply D. II.
Pcorv Estate office, 2181 Hudson ave.
Phone 97. ' 4-5-tf
: . I
FURNISHED The Corey .Apartmeuts.
Modern. 25GG Wash. Ave. 3-5-tf
FURNI8KED ROOMS tM
FOR RENT Furnished, now, clean, H
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2 H
wk. up 53G 31st st. 3-13-lyr H
FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeep- H
ing at foot ofr. E. Ave. 4-2-tf jH
LARGE front room suitable tor one or M
two gentlemen; also two slnglo jH
rooms; bath. 2422 Adams. 4-13-6t M
TWO rooms for housekeeping. 3031 M
Grant. 4-13-lmo H
FURNISHED rooms with or without H
hoard. Prlco reasonable. 2341 H
Madison avenue. 4-12-12t M
TWO NICELY furnished 'rooms . for H
light housekeeping. Modern. 2211 H
Lincoln. 4-12-Gt H
3 ROOMS, pantrv and-tclbset. Ono H
$8.00, one $10.00. 3024 Grant H
NEWLY modern furnlBhed rooms. M
2122 Adams avenue. 4-12-Gt H
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep- H
Ing, 2220 Lincoln avenue. 4-12-tf H
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, $12 a month. H
5G3 25th. 4-9-lwk H
3 LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 233S H
Wall ave. 4-3-tf H
NEATLY furnished housekeeping and H
sleeping rooms. ?1 50 to $3 per week. M
2214 1-2 Washington. 3-lQ-lmo H
FOR REN-XT'" '
UNFURNISHED ROOMS. H
4 SMALL rooms, adults only; elec- M
trie lights 063 27th. 4-G-lwk H
thewLelrose "' M
FIRST-CLASS location: board, rooms H
reasonable 'J039 Jeff. 3-30-lmo fl
FOR RENT M
ROOMS AND BOARD H
A LARGE room with board, unliable jH
for one or two gentlemen. Also ac- M
commodatlon for some tablo boardors. M
Popular Heights, 437 24th St. H
ROOMS and board. 2333 Adamo. H
THE Hotel Idnnha is now under new M
management. It has been retried-1 H
ed. cleaned, papered and nlcelv furn- j
ished throughout. 2474 1-2 " Wash. jH
Ave. 3-28-lmo jH
UNFURNISHED HOUSES H
FOUR-ROOM house ono block from H
v railroad shop. Call phone 900-R. H
FOR RENT Five room house cheap. H
Inquire 2627 Jeff ave. 4-12-6t
FIVE-ROOM modern home, 2GG5 lH
Washington ave; rent $25.00. In-
quire D. H. Peery Estate, Phone 97. M
MODERN fivo-room house. G5S 23rd. H
TWO modern ten-room houses and M
one four-room cottage. Inquire o H
Mr. J. W. F. Volkcr, 653 27th St. H
3-ROOM house, ?S.50 a month. 272G jI
Monroe. Phone 1115-M. 4-9-tf iH
ONE 7 and one G-room modern house. H
29G3 Lincoln ave. 4-G-2L IH
A FIVE-ROOM modern house. 2963 H
Lincoln ave. 3-29-3wks IH
4-ROOM houso in rear 2138 Jeff. In- IH
qulro ChrlstenBen Shoo Store. H
FOR RENT M
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT jH
HELM'S apartment, 2248 Jefferson. M
Also furnished house for rent. H
FOR RENT "" H
FURNISHED HOUSES IH
FURNISHED 5-room house for rent; H
no children. Call mornings at 739 H
24th st. 4-15-lwk H
5-ROO.M modern furnished houso, H
$25.00 29GS Grant. 4-11-lwk M
FIVE-ROOM house, modern; newly H
furnished. Call mornings. 2218 Ad- IH
ams. 4-ll-6t M
582 25th. Modern coai and gas range. H
$20 per month. Phono G09 4-S-tf H
7-ROOM house, partly furnished, bath. jH
.$12.00. 2947 Porter ae. 3-2S-lmo H
ROOMING HOUSEFOR SALE H
ROOMING house. 132 25th St. Good H
business. 4-l-lmo H
FORSALE CHICKENS H
SETTING hens, $1.00. 149C-R. 223G VM
Qulncy. 1-15-lwk IH
PUREBRED Rhode Island Reds, $1.00 VM
for 15, $3.00 per 100. W. H Voor- ll
hies, 445 13th St. Phono 1G05-W. H
BARRED Plymouth Rocks; prize win- IH
nlng stock; nine winners last year. IH
Phone 149G-R. 2236 Qulncy. 3-30-lmo H
WHITE Rock eggs. Phono 700-W. jH
FOR SALE OR RENT H
NEW five-room modern brick house. fl
D. R. Wheelwright. l-ll-Gt H
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS H
RAG CARPETS and rugs to weave. H
Rear 2465 Monroe. Phone 1693. ,H
SMALL driving team for 25 days. H
Must be reasonable. 330 25th st. H
LACE curtain and laundry work. Mrs. H
Greenwood, rear 543 27th. Phono
1390 -J. 3-27-lmo B
LACE curtain and laundry work. Mrs. j
Greenwood, roar 543 27th. Phone H
1399-J. 2-2G-lmo H
Wo pay the highest prices for cast
off clothing. Call us up. Phone 18S4. H
CLEAN white rags at Standard office. H
Read the Classified Ads. H