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I j THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912. 3 Hi
I THE "SAFETY FIRST" MOVEMENT
TO PROTECT RAILROAD
"Of, the 235.S41 trainmen omploved
on the railroads of tho United States
In 1911, one out of ovcry 194 was
killed, and one out of every eight
"Of the 91.G94 yardmen employed
one out of every 1S7 was killed, and
one out of every eight was injured."
"Taking all railroad employes, cov
Bnk crlng trainmen, yardmen, bridgc-
II t men, trackmen, and crossing watch-
II men, totaling 1,648,033, one out of 45S
II was killed, and ono out of every eight
II was injured."
II f These startling statements are made
H I in an articlo by A. A. Coult In tho
I April number of Popular Mechanics
I Magazine. Ho says further:
I 1 "In the West an organized move-
I J ment for safety has been started
II ' among railroad men. In September
I 4 of 1911, officials of the Frisco road,
I ; through W. B. Spauldlng, their gen
I ' eral claim agent, Inaugurated a
I ; 'Safety First' movement to reduce,
I so far as possible, casualties on their
II 1 lines. This 'Safety First movement
1 1 ha6 cryBtallzed in the form of com
I . mittees organized on each of the ten
1 1 divisions and in three shops, who are
I j ; constantly on the watch for condl
I r tions by which life and safety are en
I dangered in their territory.
I "The committee members arc sup-
I plied with report cards printed, 'I havo
noticed .,' to be filled out with
m suggestions for remedying defects in
ij roadbed, station platforms or oper-
ijII atlon of rolling stock, which might
jl some time causo loss of life or limb.
jf "Each member of a division com-
ifl f mlttee goes ovor the main lino and
n terinals of that division once a month,
I his expenses and time being paid by
I ; the railroad company. Some of the
I division men inspect tho shops and
I some of tho shop men inspect tho
JM divisions each month, being assigned
H particular points to observe.
Mi "A central committee meets at
H Springfield, Mo, once a month and
consideis all of the suggestions and
tm j complaints. They report to division
aS j managers for correction all local defl
1 I ciencies, and bulletin to all employes
1 j on the system the general suggestions
vj I which they decide will advance the
fill' 'Safety First movement. They Illus-
it trate tho bulletins with a great many
'K r photographs, showing evcry-day acta
ljl! ! ' carelessness to impress upon each
jtdll; employe tho necessity of being care
lerl II , 'nl."
tsl A number of interesting illustra-
lejlli tions showing the risks trainmen run
31 f accompany the article,
lll THE MODERN AGRICULTURIST.
jrd j A book was recently called to our
m It attention in which there Is a farmer
hti In who Is evidently a modern agricul-
ied IB turlst of the most npproved type. It
rjS IJI is "Showers of Blessings," by Anson
jne B D. Eby, and was printed in Laacaster,
ay! f Pa. The modern agriculturist and
blj 8 his wife, who had been ''contending
ed II w-ith the soil and weeds and vegeta-
aufl a tion," meet on the porch of their
?elJ home and ihe following conversation
tm takes place
rifS a "What have you been following
edia j that you appear so taxed with heat?"
,terM j the wife began.
lastl I "I have been viewing the ostates
Isml R to ascertain the promise of the crops,"
3 ft returned tho husband "The maize is
WM I flourishing and the fields are beautl-
l I ful with tho rows of "green by which
11 ft they are adorned. And now that tho
flBlt cultivator is at work. It makes od
PjH ft surmise that with a moderate season
I 8 our fertile acres will prosper bountl-
I I fully The condition of the soil Is fine
j I C and the boys are performing graceful
3fl 8 I work Blessed days are these, and
9 I tho spears of all that is green rise up
U ! to be caressed by the mildness of the
t!3 I sun "
if I "You approached from the pasture
JL S tract," she observed. "You must have
CR l taken a wide survoy through this
fll I fond rain of warmth, that you appear
Vm 11 from this opposite direction."
-tJ W "True," he followed, "it was a good-
JH j ly stroll in this unusual early sultri-
figl l ness. Really, the sun comes down In
an II a fusillade of heat But the fields of
Jm If corn inspected, I proceeded to the
18 l timber, whore the genial umbrago
H If gave me comfort From hence I did
' Im invade the meadow, meandering with
" It Dr00' The pasture has beeu
cS I J benefited by the showers, and now
et I this sunshine deepens tho verduo of
fill I the grazing ground "
Jg I The conversation continued longer
jfi I and relished mainly on the interests
lyl m pertaining to the farm. Chronicle
ll ant Comment In the Bookman.
co J 1 1
31 FIRST NATSONAL
J II of Ogden, Utah
J I! U. S. DEPOSITARY
'I Capital and Undivided Profits
'j I David Ecclcs, Prcc Q. H, Tribe,
Mm Vlce-Pres. John Watson, Vlce-
'dll Pres. M. S Browning, Vlce-Pres.
S52lB John Plngree, Cashier. Jan. F.
' alB Burton, Asot. Cachler.
"" I' H "A Lia Bfitr Thn Gccd Emh"
11 FALSTAFF CAFE
M ll I THOS. FEENEY, Prop.
21 MONEY TO LOAN
fkl ,1' On Good Mortgage Security.
Address, J. A. FEITSCH
I I; Rooms 201-202 Felt Bldg.,
"ll Salt Lake City.
AM Ogdon Turf Exchange j
ll 3607 WASHINGTON AVE.
'tjll Charleston, Jamostown, Ken-
Mil tucky and Coucr d'Aleno races.
" 11 Perfect deocrlptlon. Four mln-
t ItQli utea' ride on Washington avenue
- 'J j PHONE 313
; I LIFE INSURANCE
M Old Lino Legal Reserve
1 1 Lowest Rates Highest Values
' . j Evory r guri. a Guarantee
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake
City, Utah, May 1, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Wil
Jlani Glasmann, whose po3toff!co ad
dress Is Ogden, Utah, has made ap
plication In accordanco with tho re
quirements of tho Compiled Laws of
Utah, 1907, as amended by the Ses
sion Laws of Utah, 1909 and 1911, to
appropriate twenty-five thousand
(25,000) acre-foot ot water from
South Fork of Ogden River, Weber
County, Utah. Said water will bo
stored during tho period from Janu
ary 1 to December 31, Inclusive of
each year. In a reservoir embraced In
Sections 1, 5 and C, Township G north,
Range 3 east; Sections 32 and 33,
Township 7 north, Range 3 east. Salt
Lako baso and meridian. The center
of the impounding dam is situated
at a point which bears north 40 de
grees 38 minutes east 3,958.7 feet dis
tant of the northwest cornor of Sec
tion 5, Township G north, Range 3
east, Salt Lako base and meridian.
Tho water so stored will be released
during tho period from May 1 to No
vember 30, inclusive, of each year,
and allowed to flow down the natural
channels of the South Fork of Ogden
River and Weber River to the follow
ing described points: First, south
860 feet distant of the north quarter
corner of Section 14, Township 6
north, Rango 1 east. Salt Lake baso
and meridian. Second, north 12 de
grees 11 minutes east 924.9 feet dis
tant of tho southwest corner of Sec
tion 23. Township G north, Range 1
west Salt Lake base and meridian.
Third, south 50 degreoB 10 minutes
TT.A..I 10 r?A Sl Jl.l A .1.. HAHK
east "comer of Section 23, Township 6
north, Raugo 2 west, Salt Lake base
and meridian. Part ot said water
will be recovered at tho point Qrst
above described and conveyed by
means of a canal for a distance of
approximately 8 miles and there used
to irrigate 11,920 acres of land cm
braced in Sections 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11,
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 20 and 27, Township 5 north, Range
1 west. Sections 22, 27, 34 and 33,
Township 6 north, Rang 1 west, Salt
Lako base, and meridian Part of
said water will be conveyed by means
of a pipe line and a canal from the
point of recovery last above described
for a distance of approximately 10
miles and there used to Irrigate 4,400
acres of land embraced in Sections 3,
4, 9, 10, 15 and 16, Township G north,
Range 1 west, Sections 19, 20, 21. 22,
27, 28, 29, 33 and 34, Township 7
north, Range 1 west, Salt Lake base
and meridian. Part of said water
will be recovered from Ogden River
at the point second above described
and conveyed by means of a canal for
a distance of approximately 1G miles
and thero used to lrrlgato 7,360 acres
of land embraced in Sections 16. 19,
20, 21, 22. 23, 26. 27. 2S, 29, 30, 31 and
32, Township 7 north, Range 2 west,
Salt Lake base aud meridian. Part of
said water will be recovered from We
ber River at tho point third above
described and conveyed by means of
a canal for a distance of approxi
mately 16 miles and there used to Ir
rigate 11,6S0 acres of land embraced
in Sections 4, 5, S, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14,
15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25. 26,
35 and 3G, Township 6 north, Range
3 west. Salt Lake base and meridian.
This application Is designated in
the State Engineer's office as No.
All protests against the granting of
said application, stating the reasons
therefor, must be made by affidavit
in duplicate and filed in this office
within thirty (30) days after the com
pletion of the publication of this no
tice. CALEB TANNER,
Date of first publication May 3, 1912.
date ot completion ot publication
June 3. 1912.
Queen Esther Chapter No. 4, O. E
S., regular meetings hold at Masonic
Hall on Washington avenuo between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets
tho first and third Fridays of each
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly invited to attend.
LILY V. HALSTEAD, W M.
CALLIE E. CAVE, Sec'y.
Unitv Lodge No. IS, F. &. A. M.,
Maaonfo Temple, 2550 Washkigton av
enue, MoettegB every Wednesday
evening 7.30 p. m. Members of Sis
ter Lodgea and sojourning brothrcn
cordially Invited to attund.
H L. HERRINGTON, W. M.
FELIX T. MOORE, soc'y.
ROYAL NEIGHBC-ilS OF AMERICA
Meet every second and fourth Mon
day night of each month at 8 p. m
at tho New Eagles hall on Hudson
avo. VlBitlng Neighbors Invited. Dues
can be paid to Mrs. Anna RIes,
M. D., Room 21, Lewis block.
INDIA SAWYER, Oracle,
LILLIAN NEWTON. Recorder.
27th and Quincy,
BROTHERHOOD OP RAILWAY
Ogdon Lodgo No. 6S meets every
Wednesday at 8 p. m at Odd Fol
lows' Hall, No, 2416 Washington Ave
C D. SIMPSON, President.
L, A. GOUCHER, Secretary.
2938 Wall Avo.
FRATERNAL OMDEn. OF EAGLES.
Fraternal Order c- Eagles, Ogden
Aerie, No. 115, F. O. E,, meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle Hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
tho aorie meetings. Clrb rooms open
at 11 a. m.
THOS LESLIE, W. President
E, R. GE1GER, secretary.
DR. C. E. WARDLEIGH, Aerie Phy.
GOING TO BUILD THOSE K
OTHER TWO ROOMS7 B
WHEELWRIGHT LUMBER W
Phone' 147 B
I FRUITS AND
The beat in town
EDGAR JONES CO.
Read the Classified Ada
J. J. BRUMMITT
Loans, lesniFanice, Meal Estate
Phone 771 364 24i Street
Elegant Farm Brummittfs Addition
Ninety acres first-class soli: 20 I have a number the most do
acres in luccrn. All under cultl- sirablo lots in Brummllt's Addl
vation, all fenced. Plenty of tion for sale at $100 per lot. Thoso
water. Threo-quartors mile from are about a block from the new
street car lino. This samo land, If $35,000 school building which has
located in Idalib or Nevada, wduld been recently erected on tho cor
bo worth $150 per acre. This wo ner of 22nd and Harrl80IU Thefl0
offer for the next ten days for $50
per acre. One half cash, balance lot" J ' , ,V ? T'",
on terms. Thlr. Is a great snap. J ' rat f
Cheap Home 23rd Street
An elegant four-room cottage. An Twentyth,rd
Trlth pantry and closet, city water
and electric light Nice lawn and
trees. Everything in first-class water ln front of lot: " ready to
condition; nea street car line, and bu"d on. This Is ono of tho most
near one of the best schools In sightly and best located lots on
tne city. Located closo ln. Only 23rd street. An elegant building
$1,400, small payment down, tho site, only $100, $10 down, $5 per
balance the samo as paying rent month. Low rat of interest
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL
West Bound. Arrive.
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall.. 12 10a.m.
No. 409 Tlntlc Passenger. .11:35 a.m.
No 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:10 p.m.
No. 5 Chicago-San Fran
cisco Express 3'50pm.
East Bound. Depart
No G San Francisco-Chicago
Express 7:15 a.m.
No. 410 Tlntlc Passenger.. 1:10pm.
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3.50 p.m
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mail. 5.50pm.
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment.
unsurpassed scenerv City Ticket Of
fice, Reed Hotel Bldg
F. FOUTS. Agent.
Electric Way Between
Ogden and Brigham
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912.
Twelvo Trains Each Way Dally.
Leave Union Depot, Ogden, snd 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 6.00 p. m
12.00 noon 7:30 p. m.
9:00 p. m.
11:10 p. m.
Cars stop only at S. L. & Ogden
Depot, O. R T. Depot and Five Points
ln Ogden and at 3rd and 7th 6trcct3
J. W. BAILEY. Supt
Dailv Service. Effective
May 20, 1912.
Cars leave the Union depot at 7:40
a. m , ,and every ncur and twenty
minutes thereafter until 1.00 p. m.
Thn npr- fortv mlnu k until 6:20
p. m. Then 7'40 p m. and 9.00 p. m.
Cars leave The Hermitage at S.OO
a. m. and every hour and twenty
minutes thereafter until 1:40 p. m.
Then every forty minutes until 7:00
p m Then S.20 p m , and 9:40 p. m.
Extra service on Sundays and Holi
days. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT.
Women of Wooacrafl, Ogden Cir
cle No 6S1, meets ovry Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, of P. Hall.
Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can
bo paid to Dr AHco M. Ridge, M. D
57-58 Lewi3 block.
MARY HANDLEY. G. N.
2124 Royal Avenue.
MARIE CRITES. Clerl:,
2731 Monroo Ave.
Sego Lily Clrcio No 174 meets
every second and fourth Tuesday
nights at 7:30 In Mooso hall. Visiting
neighbors cordially Invited
KATE URRY, 295S .Toff.
KATE HEYMAN, Clerk.
Bell Phono 1247-J.
Fraternal benoflclary order. Insures
men at low rales. Reserve fund over
six million dollars. Rocky Mountain
Council No. G37 convenes eecond and
fourth Thursdays at I. O. O. F. Hall.
H E. PLAICE, Regent.
J. W. WOTHERSPOON. Collector.
G. B. ROBERTS. Socrotary.
The Royal Highlanders meet every
Saturday at 8 p. m. at K. of P. halL
Visiting members cordially Invited.
ANDREW W. NELSON,, I. P.
WM. MULLER, Sec, and Troao.,
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No. 9990. meots every
first and third Tuesday evenings, at
8 o'clock, at K, of P. Hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington Ave. Visiting
A. G. JONES, Consul.
J. H. SHAFER, Clerk.
ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogdon Nest, No. 1218, Order ot
Owls, xaoeta overy Friday evening in
Eaglra' Hall, on Hudsqn avenue at
8 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls aro
invited to attond tho Nost meetings.
W. H. WRIGHT, President
T. 8. SHAUGHNESSY,
Secrotary, 461 25th.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Sllrer Hlvo No. 1, L. O. T. M
meets tho first and third Thursday
evenings at 8 o'clock and the second
oand fourth Thursday afternoons at
2:30 o'clock ln tho Eagle hall. 2115
Hudson avo. Visiting members cor
dially invited to attend.
KATHER1NE EGGLESTON, L. G.,
740 Wash. Ave.
L. JENNIE PROUT. R- K.,
2456 Van Buron.
&oad the Classified Ado,
FOR SALS MISCELLANEOUS
RUBBER-TIRED single buggy, chlap!
Inquire 520 2nd st. 5-24-lwk
HOUSEHOLD furniture. 734 23rd.
ONLY fluters in town, 75c; now tea
pots 1-2 price; Liquid Veneer 25
off. Many bargrJns. Mail box free
with dollnr purchase this week Al
vord & Anything. , 6-17-tf
FOR SALE The finest bar and pool
oqulpment in Nevada, all drinks 2
for 25c, no city license, county and
state only $170 00 per year, average
cnles last 5 years exceed $50 00 per
daj ; vtill invoico about $7,000.00 Also
icspectablo rooming house of 31
rooms, well furnished, thorough"
modem, steam heat, bath, toilets,
electric lighted, worth $2,900.00,
would consider improved property on
trade for half, balance cash; old age
compels sale. Address Antler Bar,
East Ely, Nevada. 6-17-10t
SEVERAL pieces of furniture. Call at
2555 Orchard, must be sold at onca.
SEVEN-ROOM modern brick house,
largo barn, on bench. Phono 16C6-R.
ONE DELIVERY wagon, one large
Mosler safe, ono cash register near
ly now, counters and tables, 1 Mc
Casey register, 300 size, one cash
leasing sjstem, one lofrlgerator. Call
at onco on J. F. Spikor, at 2354 Wash,
avo, or phone 227. 5-i-lwk
TWO-STORY brick; a bargain, "see
owner, 296G Adams. 6-4-lmo
GOOD payiog millinery business
cheap. Address Milliner, care Stan
STUDEBAKER surrcj and phaeton,
cutter and harness cheap. 423 24th
WELL-ESTABLISHED clothing stole
on principal stroet in Ogden: will
sell stock, fixtures and lonso on ac
count of proprietor's ill-health. Ad
dross H. A., care of Evening Standard.
WOODMEN OF THE, WORLD
Weber Camp No. n moots In K. of
P. Hall in tho Utah National Bank
Bldg., every Thursday evening at 3
o'clock Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend
J. D HARRIS, C. C.
H. AUTH, Clerk,
First National ank Bldg.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE.
Meet at Mooso Hall, 427 25th Btreet,
Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
IL B. CARTER, Dictator.
F. F. KIRKENDALL. Sec'y.
PAUL M. LEE, 'JTeasurer.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatch Division, No. 124, O. R, O,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. m., In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 24th atroeL
All brothors aro cordially Invited to
C. H. PEARSON, C. C.
D. L. BOYLE, S. and T.
BROTHERHOOD Ot ftlERICAN
Ogden HomeBtoac. rTo. 1505 meets
nt 2 and 4 Tuesday cvonlng at K P.
Hall. ViBiting Archeiii are cordially
lnvitod to meot with us.
W. S. O'BRIEN, Foreman,
2633 Gromorcy Ave,
O. E- WILLIAMS, Correspondent
2214 ockson Av
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
Improved Ordor of Redmen, Hia
watha Tribo No. 2, meets In Eagles'
Hall, HudBon avo., first and third
Monday evenings, at 8:00 p. m. Visit
ing chlcfB cordially lnvitod.
EDWARD AUTH, Sachem.
EL R. GEIGER, a of R.
A. !J. WRIGHT. C. of W.
Ogden Lodgo No. 5, Independent Or
dor of Odd Fellows, meats in I. o. O.
F. Hall every Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothors cordially lnvitod to be
L. H. CANDLAND, N G
HENRY KISSELL. Sec'y.
Queen City Rcboknh Lodge No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows' HalL
Visiting members invited.
EMMA HOLTGREN, N. G
EMMA, MEID, Roc. Sec.
KNIGHTj OF PYTHIAS
Ogden Lodge No z, Knights of
Pythias, meets at Castlo hall, Utah
National Bank building, every Monday
evening. All K. of P.'a requested to
moot with uh.
P. F. KJRKENDALL, a C
W. G. KIND, M. of E.
W. I UNDERWOOD,
v K, -of S, & S,
Ogden Business Directory
Aavortiscmcntt in tniu column coot
75c per Un'o pr month, payable In
C. F. CABLE, Attorney at law. gen
eral practlco ln all stato and fed
oral courts. With Joseph Chez, E?q.,
403-5 First National Bank Building.
Tolophone 294. 3-16-lmo
K. VAN KAMPEN Phono 883 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
strctchlng of bed springs
J. L, WHEELWRIGHT Cement cop
ings, sidewalks and vaults a special
ty. Let mo figure on your work. 2662
OGDEN JUNK HOU3E If you have
any kind of Junk, phone us up; we
will call for It. Boll phone, 326-K;
MRS. C. E. LEE has returned to Og
den and is roady to do all kindB
of hair work. Switches for sale. 2567
Grant aio. 4-15-lmo
SWITCHES, transformations and puff
made from combings. Phone 562-J.
MRS. L. IVERSON, Professional mid
wife 3058 Ogden ave. Boll Phono
2325 Ogdon, Utah. 5-ll-2wks
PAINTING, paperhanglng and tinting.
Y don Hortog, Phono 371-R-
JAMES THOMPSON, export paper
cleaning, painted walls, burlap; all
work guaranteed. 2341 Jackson ave ;
phone 116S. Ogden Utah.
Wall PAPER cleaning and tinting,
furniture packL and repairing; ex
perts in French polishing and var
nishing Carpets cleaned and laid
Phono 1179-M. B. Denkers, 2428 Grant
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Offjco hours 11 to 4 p m.
Now Peery Bldg., Hudson Are. Ind.
516. Residence, Ind. 603. 645 Wash.
CITY SCAVENGER, MrCarty & Co.
272S Grant. Bell phono 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes bought sold or
exchnnged; also trunks t buIi-
casea cheap. A. Slner. i ' phone
1321. :79 1-2 Twanty-flftb t:.7-9-lvr
SUMMERILL'S, 2304 Wash avo.
STOVES, both new and second
hand REPAIRS for all makes of
stoves. Tel 364.
JOGALONG TRANSFER VAN A
Storaco Co.. movlnc vans, all kinds
tranter work, pianos a specialty. Of
fice 326 1-2 25tn St. honca 233.
ELECTRIC light baths; many other
baths nnd sweats and water appli
cations; massage, physical culturo
and lung culture. Phone 2345.
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered
Bell 671-R, 7-5-tf
WM. PETZOLD, 1209-J. 4-18-lmo
NEW GASOLINE VACUUM cleaner,
low price, excollont sorvlce. Wo
clean anything Work guaranteed.
Davidson & Nelson, Phono 910. 2430
CARRIAGEB and wagons repaired;
all kinds of rubber tires; horso
shoers O. E. Savago, 22nd and Wash,
ave. Phone 726
LADY'S plain gold watch and pin;
Initials M. M. O. engraved on caao.
Return to Standard office and recievo
A LADY'S gold watch, monogram R,
C T. Return to Ogden Music Co.
LOST Lady's open faco gold watch,
monosram F. J. V. on back; black
silk fob, Hon head mounting, small
diamond in mouth. Reward for re
turn to 184 22nd at. 5-G-3t
WANTED Washing and ironing. 3216
TO RENT a small driving horse for
from 30 to 00 days. Call Phono 124
or write P. O. Box 675 5-24 -tf
WANTED Turkey oggs. Phono
LACE curtains and laundry work.
Mrs. Greenwood, rear 543 27th.
Phone 1399-J. 4-29-lnio
SMALL driving team for 25 days.
Must bo reasonable. 330 25th sL
Wo pay the highest prices for cast
off clothing. Call us up. Phono 1884.
CLEAN white rags at Standard office.
Read tho Classified Ads.
Want advertlvomentc coot ono cent
per word each issue, or 6 cents per
mo of five worde por day, no first
Inaortlon less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines por week at tho rate of
5 cents per lino per week, or 75
cnt per line per month. Remember
fivo average words make a line. All
advertisements on thla page must bo
paid In advance. No oxceptlon to thl
GOOD girl for general housework
.Fred M. Nyo, 2540 Jefferson. 5-23-tf
WOMAN for general housowork; no
children; family of four. Address
E, D., Standard. 5-21-lwk
GIRL to work In candy store. F.
Mitchell, 164 25th. 6-18-lwk
GIRL WANTED at 2669 Wash. avo.
Call after 6 p. m. 5-17-lwk
CHAMBERMAID at the Reed Hotel.
A GOOD home cook. Groenwell's Con
fectloncry. 356 25th SL 5-11-lwk
WOMAN wants work by day; house
cleaning or washing by day. Wrlto
S. C, Care Standard. 5-23-lwk
WORK by tho day. Phono 2305-M.
RESPECTABLE woman with child 1
years wants domestic work; no ob
jection to country. Phono 1341 Sal
vation Army. 6-20-lwk
EXPKRIENi'EI; turci- wants position.
640 3th st.
BY AN export, a small sot of book3
to keep in spare time, rates rea
sonable; A-l reference. Address B,
EXPERIENCED colorod woman wants
work by the day. Phone 1962-R.
MARRIED man wants position on
ranch; experienced. Address "L,"
care of Standard. 4-23-lwk
$5.00 WILL otart you in business, can
make ?20 per day Room 25, Glen
MONEY TO iOAN
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J. J. Brummitt. 4-27-tf
EASTERN MONEY to loan for three
or five years on Improved property.
Kelly & Herrick. 4-2-tf
MONEY to Ioaiw c& .vatches, dla
monds jowelry, firearms, etc.,
Uncle Sam's Loan Offic, established
1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden.
278 25th St C. H. Smith, Prop.
MORTGAGE LOANS on improved
farm or city proporty. HUNTER &
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You
can got it today. Choapest rates,
best and most private terras In Uts.li.
D. D Drake, over Pama & Hurst
WANTED TO RENT
A FARM containing 10 to 30 acres, on
car line Address W S , care SLind-
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
NEW C-room modern frame house; ev
erything In fine condition; cash or
terms. $2,100. H. A. Purdy, Real Es
tate and Loans, 2287 WaBh. ae
FOR BARGAINS In homes, lots or
farms, any location. Phone 1427.
5-ROOM house; $1,S00 if taken at
once. Terms. 2238 Endlon avo.
A FINE LOT, 50x165, on Washing
ton ave., 100 feet north from corner
of 17th st Inquire at 155 25th st.
GOOD four-room houso on Jefferson
avenuo; $300 down, balance like
rent An opportunity. J. C. Nye
Agency Company, 516 First Nal'l
Bank bldg. 6-S-tf
SPRAY pump, garden seedor, barrow,
card writing course, operating chair,
davenport, Bible. Bell 333.
6 AND 8-ROOM modern homes. Also
storo. Terms. Owner, Phone 1427.
Oi.OICr BUILDING lots for sale, on
Jefferson avenuo, betweon 12th and
13th stroet. All set to choice fruits,
and Just coming into bearing. Small
payment down, balance on easy
terms. Sec theso before you buy.
quire 603 Twelfth streoL 2-1-tf
7-ROOM brick bouse, close In, largo
barn. Phone 1666-R, 5-21 -2wks
AT A BARGAIN 7-room modem
brick, 24S 29th. Phono 506-J.
$1,200 HOME, barn, fruit trees. Nob
Hill. Inquire 1617 Robinson.
DESntABLE, small houso, with 1 1-4
acres in fruit; rich soil; wldo front
ago; good water right; reasonable
Owner, 720 7th sL 5-1-lmo
MODERN home aud storo; must sell
quick. Phono owner, 1427. 3-1-lrao
CHEAP 2-slx room houses. Inquire
Owner, 2262 Wash. 4-26-tf
NEW modern home; a perfect beauty.
sacrifice price, terms. Prone 1427.
FOR SALE by ownei, 6-room mod-
orn buugulow; full basement. 351
32nd st. 5-1 5-1 mo
Read, the Classified Ads.
FOR RKKT B H
FURNI8KED ROOMS H
NICELY furnished 3-room apartments WM M
strictly modern, close In; no chii- 1 M
drcn. 2341 Adams. 5-23-lwk Kg H
THE COLONIAL, 362 24th St.; pleas- RH H
ant stooping rooms by the day or ES W
week; also housckeopiug rooms; rates Wti H
reasonable. 4-lG-tt rl H
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean. fe H
comfortable housekeeping rooms, 32 fe- IH
wk. up 536 31st sL 2-13-lyr KM
FURNISHED ROOMS ror housekeep- WM H
Ing at foot ot M. E. Ave. 4-2-tt iW
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. lyfi
2246 Madison. 5-24.1 wk ES
NEWLY furnished rooms Flue loca- D H
tion, at 2624 Lincoln. Phone 2133-J. Kjtt
5-18-2wks raj H
Z ROOMS. 2051 Farr ave, m
5-13-lmo fgS H
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, with gas N B
rango; also sleeping rooms. 381 ffj H
22nd. 5-2-lmo p"
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2630 Adams W'
ave. 4-27-lwk FiJ
FURNISHED and unfurnished rooms "fl
for housekeeping. Prices and terms Hl
to suiL These rooms must be rented. Ill
Utahna. 2468 Washington avo jH
UNFURNISHED ROOMS. fffM
THREE roomB with pantry, sultablo
for man and wife: no children. S10 HLH
per month. 2064 Jefferson avenue. IH
MODERN rooms with bath. Smith H
Grocory. Phone 91. 5-13-tt jH
FOR RENT H
ROOMS AND BOARD H
POPLAR HEIGHTS, 437 24th st. M
DO YOU enjoy good things to eat?
If you do go to the Sylmar, 2526 H
Adams avo. Phono 2334 Meals by H
the week, $1.50. Also rooms. 5-23-tf
THE MELROSE, best location, board, H
rooms reasonable Phono 149S-W. H
FURNISHED room and board. Mrn. H
A. M. Erlckson, 2106 Wash, 4-30-lmo H
ROOMS and bcarcL 2333 Adame. H
THE Hotel Idanha is now under new
management It has been romod 1 H
cd, cleaned, papered and nicely furn- H
ished throughout 2474 1-2 Wash. H
Avo. . 3-28-lmo m9M
FOR RENT H
UNFURNISHED HOUSES 'BMM
4-ROOM house, 2234 Monroe. $12 50 H
per month; water, light, cellar, H
closet. Call 2237 Adams. 5-24-lv.k H
NEW HOUSE cheap, perfect beauty; H
every modern convenience Phone
1127 5-24-lmo wiMtM
NEW COTTAGE Latest Interior fin- lfl
lsh, 3 rooms, pantry, closet, porch, IH
water, lights, $12.00. 22nd and Grant. IH
Inquire 2337 Grant Forbes. H
4-ROOM house, cellar, water, electric H
lights. $12.00 month. 2721 Jetter- JfMMM
son ave. 5-23-lwk H
6-ROOM modern house. Inqulro fMM
Aaron Jackson, 2355 Madison. Phono vfMMM
2296-W. 5-23-lwk 9mM
rango. Apply 734 23rd. 5-22-lwk jH
COTTAGE 1 rooms, pantry and clos- H
ot; modern. 2632 Barlow. Phono lH
877 5-17-tf H
UNFURNISHED HOUSE9. H
5-ROOM house, close In. Address W. H
H. Bennett, care Badcon Pharmacv. Vfm
FOR RENT A
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT H
5 FLATS, 3 or 4 rooms, modern, close H
in, $6 to $11. Apply 2634 Grant
FOR RENT 1
4-ROOM dandy on 24th. $25.00. Phono
206. F J. Hendershot 6-23-tf
FURNISHED house. Phono 1039-W.
639 23rd. 6-24-lwk
FURNISHED houso; modern. Inquire I
2248 Jefferson, between 9 and 12
a. m. 5-20-lwk I
FURNISHED house. Inqulro 530
THREE-ROOM apts., furnished, bath, k
disappearing beds, gas ranges,
strictly modern. $20.00. Astell Apts., I
226G Wash. 5-23-lwk I
MODERN furnished rooms for house
keeping; bath, etc., $20.00. 2266
Wash. Ave. 6-20-lwk
FLATS 2634 Grant ave 5-22-lmo
FURNISHED The Corey Apartments.
Modern 2506 Wat.h Ave 3-5-tt
APARTMENT houso of 26 rooms In
center of business district, or trado
for real estate. Ca!l 362 Twonty-
fourth street 5-11 -tf
EGGS FOR SETTING.
EGGS' from White or Brown Leghorns,
both heavy laying strains; Plymouth
Rocks aud R. 1. Red, 75 cents per
settlnc. 3239 Wash, ave. Phono
THOROUGHBRED White Leghorns, W
75c Betting. Cockorein, $2.00 each. ?,
951 25th 4-25-lwlr ',
WHITE Rock eggri. Phono 700-W.
FOR-RENT, MTSCELLANEOUS j
PIANOS. J- M Pan tone, Phono 1227-J.
Read. the- Classified AdB,