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.81 SI j THE EVENING STANDABD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1912. 3 H
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I; state nws
A MOBfEL MAN
Provo, Oct. 3. Misrf Belle Brown
"who was shot ycstordiy afternoon by
her rejected suitor, Vn C. Wightman,
Is still In a precarious condition, but
the attending physicians at the hos
pital give out encouraging reports.
Dr 4 Fred W. Tavlor, house pbyol-
clan, after seeing' the girl about noon
today, gave a very encouraging re
port to her mother, and said if no
complications set In she would ro-
cover. An ex-ray was used on tho
girl this morning and the ball was lo
cated near tho surface, just under
tho left shoulder jblade, having passed
through both lungs from tho right
f sido to the left,,
The body of Wightman, who killed
r himself with the same gun he shot tho
girl with, wasshlpped to Payson this
evening, and funeral sorvlcea will be
held there Friday
Hunter Brown, the wounded girl's
, father, Is expected here Friday from
jHjjSf Ouray, where he hod gone a few days
TU " w,th a load of fruit.
iUf Wightman is highly spoken of by
?f tho people, of Payson, where he was
uJj I known bosl. After attending tho dls-
IJ trlct schools he wont to the state uni-
ySI vorslty, graduating in chemistry and
Tl i nssaylag. For tho last four or flvo
Irtl. cavs he had lived on his ranch near
It i Ouray, and during his spare time wob
5J.I employed bv a mining company ncar-
bv ns assaycr. The girl in Uie case
was able to talk of the occurrence this
J : morning and to her mother said
IS "When I promised to marry Vail I
JS did so through fear of him. He
SJ3 : threatened me at the time and said
'i!jy ho would not permit me to marry any
'3 ono else, he would kill first."
yj When asked whv she did not tell
lSt i her parents, sho said: ""
'&1 "I was afraid to toll papa, thinking
K i he would do something, desperate, ao
H T let it run along until a month ago,
BR -when I wrote him a letter and sent
If the engagement ring to him."
?V The letter, breaking off the en-
!m gagement and the diamond-set ring
Hi were found in Wightman's pockot
W when Deputy Sheriff Phil Bachman
searched the clothing at the Graham
m X- Jones undertaking parlors, where
the body was taken last night.
V TL C. Wightman, a brother of the
b dead man, came over from Spring
IB ville this morning and went to the
BE- hospital, where he talked with the girl
jfl and her mother and learned from
If them full particulars of the courtship
m and Its fatal results Ho expressed
hlB keen regret and extended sincero
M. sympathy to the girl and her grieved
Hi mother. Mr. Wightman stated that
m his brothor was alwafs studlouB and
Hf a hard worker, having no bad habits
II MINER FALLS TO DEATH.
It Park City, Oct. 3. Daniel Dllovltch,
II 'a Slav miner employed by the Silver
1 1 King Coalition company, was instantly
tft killed at 3 o'clock this afternoon,
5 when he fell more than 100 feet In the
B shaft on tho Alliance ground of the
m mine. Dllovltch began the descent in
l)f a bucket from the 1,300 to the 1,460
U level- He had lK-en lowered not more
than" Lb ty feet when from unex-
Kf plained cause ho tumbled from tho
V bucket and plunged to the bottom ot
B the shaft The victim was about 35
m years of age and almost a strangor in
B the camp, having been here but a fov.
B weeks. Tho body was remocd to the
B morgue. An effort will be made to
Bf find relatives of Dllovltch before tho
B funeral arrangements are made
B JUDICIAL NOMINATIONS.
B Rlchfleld, Oct. 3. The Democratic
B convention of the Sixth Judicial dls-
B trlct was held at Marysvalo yesterday,
B when the following wero nominated:
' For senator, Carl Barnson of Junc-
B tlon; district Judge, H. N. Hayes ot
B RIchHold; district attorney, E. E.
V CHILD IS' KILLED.
B Richfield, Oct. 3. With iwo frac-
k turos of tho skull, the 3-yenr-old child
IS of Arnold Crosland was ; nd in the
lit back yard of the Croslana notiie yes-
K tordaj". The mother carried the bo
la into the house, where he died within
IK an hour. It Is not known what caused
n the Injuries
(I NICARAGUA IS IN
I GRIP OF FAMINE
Washington, Oct. 4. Stories of pri
ll vatlon and suffrage without precedent
If ! in tho history of Central American
1 warfare are coming to the state do
ll : partment from its agents in Nicara
If gua. Tho pitiful fenturo is the terri
II ble affliction of women and children
l and the Inability of all relief agencies
. to meet tho demand for food for the
It starving people. The fact that a
I ' drought blighted the Nicarnguan
I crops and dried up the native fruits
I has added to tho horrors of war
I ', Foreigners as well as natives have
I been brought to the nolnt of star-
I : ration and It is their plight which has
I I determined Rear Admiral Southerland
If "to swoop away the remnant of the
1 1 rebel forces south of Managua,
I) ANOTHER REVOLT
11 WILL BE PROBED
II New Orleans, Oct. 4. The senator-
m lal Investigation of that phase of the
I j Nlcaragnan revolution rolating to
I charges that Americans fomented the
I tronblo In that country and also with
IB ; regard to consular activities and tho
0k participation of the marines will bo
a oponcd soon In either San Antonio or
JH El Paso,
Juan Letts, who arrived here Mon
day from Salvador to testify before
i the senate committee .received a
I telegram last night from Senator Al-
' hcrt B. Fall notifying him that the
U committer would be ready for his
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
A good 4-room homo, with city
vater, electric lights, large lot,
running back to a 27-foot alley.
All In good shape, located near tho
Union depot, for $1,400, on any
kind of terms, low rate of Inter
est. MODERN HOME
A modern 5-room homo, with
city water, electric lights, large
chandeliers, bath, tollot, stationary
wash stand, large pantry and clos
et, large porch, nice lawn. Lo
cated within four blocks of the
Union depot; only $2,400, on any
kind of terms, low rate of Interest.
I have one of the most elegant
locations for a ohlcken ranch In
the city, consisting of a little over
one acre of ground. This land
slopes to the south and west, Is
sandy soil and Is admirably adapt
ed to a chicken ranch, Is located
near a ctroot car line, within two
'blocks of a $35,000 school building
I will offer this property for one
week for $600, on any kind of
terms low rate of Interest.
testimony at an early date .either In
El Paso'or San Antonio. Mr. Leets
wired a reply that ho could appear
before the committee in either city,
tho first of next week, It so sum
DASHED TO DEATH
Tuscumbla, Ala., Oct. 4 H C. Pet
ty, aeronaut, and Lorenzo Howland, 15
years old, wero killed here yesterday
'when a parachute failed to open.
A dangling rope caught tho leg of
Lorenzo Howland, 15 years old, as tho
baloon ascended. The boy held on
until 500 feet In the all, when both
fell to their death.
The boy was enmcBhed several feet
above Potty when tho bas righted for
Its nscent and several hundred spec
tators heard the novice aeronaut call
ing to him to slido down the rope 10
the trapeze. Rowland disentangled
himdclf and with the balloon pitching
and tossing got down to tho trapezo
on the parachute Immediately after
he had gained a hold on the rod Petty
cut loose and the two shot downward,
but the big parachute novcr opened
and the two were dashed to the
ground a shapeless mass
TO SEE THE WEST
St. Paul, Oct. 4 Fourteen eastern
newspaper mon who have been the
guests of L. W Hill, chairman of the
Great Northern railway board, on a
trrp to Glacier Park, arrived here yes
terday. As n result of the journey an or
ganization was efected on tho return
trip, known as the "'Glacials," the
primary object of which is that the
school children of tho United States
may be taught moro of the geograph
ical history of the northwest. Efforts
also arc to bo made to have future
postage stamps photographed so that
tho Rcckv mountains may bo shown
ns part of the deco-itive schemo of
TO MEET SOON
New York, Oct 4. A world's cham
pionship billiard tournament with a
Japanese player, Kojl Yamada, as a
conspicuous figure, will take place In
New York the latter part of Novem
ber. The tournament at IS 2 balkllno
will establish a championship to suc
ceed the one that lapsed last Juno by
virtue of having been held for two
years by Willie Hoppe
A trophy and cn6hnrl7.es of $3,000
will be olfcred The prospective en
trants Include Hoppe, Slosaon, Cllno
and Daly of Now York, Sutton and
Domarest of Chicago, Taylor of Mil
waukee and Cutler of Boston.
HEART FAILURE 13
CAUSE OF DEATH
Salt Lake, OcL 4. Stricken while
attempting to catch a street car. Da
vid McDanlels, 62 yeara of age, of Al-
Th Royal Highlanders meet every
first and third Fridays at 8 p. m. at
K. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
ANDREW W. NELSON, I. P.
WM. MULLER, Sec. and Troas..
2582 Washington Ave.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No. 9900 meots every
first and third Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avonue. Visit
ing members invited.
A. G, JONES, ConsuL
J. H. SHAFER, Clerk.
' ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogden Nest No. 1218. Order of
Owls, meots oven' Friday evening in
Eagles Hall, on Hudson avenue at
8 o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are
Invited to attend tho Nest meeting.
W. H. WRIGHT. President
T.'S. SHAUGHNESSY, See'y..
ISl Twenty-fifth streor.
IA BIG SNAP IN REAL I
A 4-room Frame House, large lot ; worth at least $1400.00, will I
Bell for $850.00. $100.00 down and balance $15.00 per month. I
See Carl C. Rasmusson. 1
Phone 115. 350 24th Street 1
This elegant addition, which we
bought some time since, consisting
of 18 acres, Is the best property
In the city for railroad men, being
located between 29th and 30th
streets near Wall avenue. We
still have some of the most desir
able lots left which we will sell
for WOO per lot, on any Kind of
terms; or will build a good 4
room house, with pantry, closet,
electric lights and olty water, all
In good style, for $1,400, on any
kind of terms; or will build a
modern 5-room house, bath, tollot,
stationary wash stand flxturos,
modern In every respect, for $2,
200, on easy terms, low rate of In
terest. This Is a golden opportun
ity for railroad men to get a good
home, clost In, In the best part of
tho city, on easy terms.
I have a number of the most de
sirable lots In Brummltt's Addi
tion for sale at $100 per lot. These
are about a block from the new
$35,000 school on the corner of
22nd street and Harrison avenue.
Those lots I will close out at five
dollars down and five dollars per
month, at low rate of Interest.
pine, Utah, fell dead of heart failure
at the intersection of Main and South
Temple streets at 8 o'clock yesterday
The body was rushed to tho emer
gency hospital at police headquarters,
where an examination was made by
Assistant City Physician H. B.
Spraguo, who found that Mr. McDan
lels had evidently died almost In
stantly of heart failure.
Mr. McDanlels is survived by a
widow and two sons living at Alpine.
He was seen by many of his friends
here In the city the day before his
death and appeared to bs in good
health. The mother and sons were
notified of his death and camo to Salt
Lake last night
ASSIGNMENT SALE OF J. BRODY
Of Goods, Wares and Merchandise and
Store Furniture and Fixtures,
Known as "The Hub" Store,
police is hereby given, that In pur
suance of tho voluntary assignment
for the benefit of his creditors, with
out preference or priority, except as
provided by law, made and executed
by J. Brody, doing business under tho
name of "Tho Hub" at No. 148 25th
street, Ogden, Utnh, on tho 2 !th day
of September, 1912, the undersigned
assignee named in said assignment,
will sell at private sale, to tho high
est and best bidder, all of the stock
of goods, wareB and merchandise, con
sisting chiefb of men's clothing, hats,'
caps, shoes, trunks, and also the store
furniture and fixtures, now comprising
said store, upon the terms hereinafter
All bids will be received by the
Assigneo on Monday at 10 o'clock
forenoon thereof, October 7, 1912, at
his place if business, No. 352 25th
street, Ogden. Utah
A complete inventory of said per
sonal property is on file with tho un
dersigned Assignee, where It may be
exammed by all prospective purchas
ers. Terms cash. All bids must ho in writ
ing, accompanied with a Certified
Check for 20 per cent of the purchase
The undersigned Assignee reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
Dated this 21th daj of September,
A. D 1912.
Assignee for Creditors of J Brody, As
signor. . JOSEPH CHEZ, Esq.,
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by tho Board
of Commissioners or Ogden City, Utah,
of the intention of said Board to mako
tho following described improve
To create 29th Street from Adams
avenue to Grant avenue; Van Buren
avenuo from Capitol avenue to 25th
street; Lafayette avenue from 26th o
27th streets, as a sewer district, and
to build therein pipe sewers, connect
ing with the manholes of the present
sewer system and with such other
manholes as may be necessary, and to
defray tho whole of the cost thereof,
estimated at $3,512. S3, by a local as
sessment upon the lots or pieces of
ground lying and being within tho
following district, being tho district
to be benefited or affected by said 1m
All tho 'and lying between the out
er boundary lines of said atreot and
avenues, and a line drawn 132 feet
outward from and parallel to the Bald
outer boundary lines
All protests and objections to tho
carrying out of such intention must
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 11th day of
October, 1912, at 10 o'clock a m.. that
being the time set by said Board of
Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may
be made theroto at the Mayor's of
fice, at the City Hall, Ogden City.
By ordor of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this 18th day of Septomber,
1912. A. G. FELL,
H. J CRAVEN. City Engineer.
First publication September 18. 1912.
Last publication October 10, 1912.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM
PANY. ANNUAL MEETING.
16f Broadway. New York, N. Y.
Tho annual meeting of tb stock
holders Of UNION PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD COMPANY will be held at Its
office at Salt Lako City, Utah, on
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8TH, 1912, at
twelve o'clock noon, for the purpose
of electing fifteen Dlroclors of tho
Company, and. ot trnjiacting mjch
other business aa may legally come
bofore the meeting.
For the purposes of the meeting the
books for tho transfer of stock (both
Preferred and Common) will be clos
ed at 3 o'clock p. m. on MONDAY,
SEPTEMBER 9TH, 1912, and will be
reopened at ten o clock a, m. on Wed
nesday. OCTOBER 9TH, 1912.
ALEX. MILLAR, Secretary,
r Dated Aucust 24, 1312,
Queen E3thor Chapter No. 4, O. E.
S., regular meetings held at Masonic
Hall on Washington avenue botweon
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth e-treots
the first and third Fridays of each
month. Sojourning mombers cordial
ly invitod to attend.
LILY V. HALSTBAD, W M.
CALLIE E. CAVE, Sec'y.
Unity Lodgo No. 18, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington av
enuo. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Membors ot
Sister Lodge and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend.
H. L. HERRINQTON, W. M
FELK T. MOORE, Seo'y.
Ogden Lodgo No. 6, Independent Or
der of Odd FoUowa, meeU in I. O. O.
F. Hall eory Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothors cordially invited to be
L. H. CANDLAND, N. G.
HENRY KJSSELL. Sec'y.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meetB socond and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd, Fellows HalL
Visiting members Invited.
ANNA KISSEL, N. G.
EMMA MEID, Rec. Sec'y.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Women of Woodcrart, Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets evfli'y Wednesday
night at 7 30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors Invited. Dues can
bo paid to Dr. Alice M. Rldje, M. D.,
67-58 Lewis block.
ELIZABETH BEST, G. N.
2543 Lincoln Ave. phone 1903-J.
MARIE CRlTES, Clrk,
273L Monroo Avenue.
Sogo Lily Circle No. 171 meets
every second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p. m., in I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
MARY E. BLIXT, G. N,
451 31st St.
KATE HEYMAN, Clerk,
Bell Phono 1247-J.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of
PythiaB, meets at Castle Hall, Utah
National Bank building, every Monduy
evonlng. All K. of P.'s requested to
meet with ub.
GEO. B. HART, C. C.
W. G. KIND. M. of E.
W. L. UNDF.RWOOD,
K. of R. & S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Ogdon Homostead, No. 150, meets
on 2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
Hall. Vi8ltlns Archers are cordially
invitod to meet with us.
W. S. O'Brien, Foreman,
2C3S Gramorcy Ave.
J. A- JUNK, Corroepondeit,
IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN.
improved Ordor of Redmen, Hia
watha Tribe No. 3, meets in Eagles'
Hall, Hudeou avenuo, first and third
Monday ovonlnge, at S p in. Visiting
chiefs cordiall) Invited.
EDWARD AUTH, Sachem
E. R. GEIGER, C of R.
A. U. WRIGHT, C. of W.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Meet every first anil third Tuesday
night of t-acn month at b p. m. at the
Moobs Hall on-5th St. ' Visiting
neighbors invited. Duos can bo pau;
Mi 8. Anna Kies. il. D., Room 151, Lev.
INDIA. SAWYER, Oracle,
LILLIAN NEWTON, Recorder.
27th and Quincy.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS
Wasatch Llviaiou, No 124, O. K. i' ,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2 30 i. m In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avonuo and 2 1th street.
All hi others are coidlally invited to
C. H. PEARSON, C. C.
D. L. BOYLES. S and T
Fraternal beneiiciary oraer Insures
men at low rates. Reserve fund o?er
six million dollars Rucky Mountain
Council No. G37 convenes second and
fourth Thursdays at Eagles Hall.
H E. PLAKE, Regent
J W WOTKERSPOON, Collector.
G. B. Roberts, Secretary
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Fraternal Order ot Eagles, Ogden
Aerie, No. 118. F. O. E, meets every
Wednesday ecalng at Eagle Kail,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms oen
at 11 a, m.
THOS. LESLIE, W PresideuL
E R. GEIGER, Secretary.
DR. C. E. WARDLEIGH. Aerie Physician.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Weber Camp No. 71 meets in K. of
P. Hall in tho Utah National Bank
Bldg., ever Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
lnTlted to attend.
FRED E. WILLIAMS, C, C.
E, AUTH, Clerk,
First National Bank Bldg.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
Sliver Hive No. l", L. O. T. M , meets
every Thursday afternoon at 2.30
o'clock In tho I. O. O F. hall, 24 1C
Washington avonue Visiting uem
bers cordially invited to attend.
KATHRYN EGGLESTON, L. C .
740 Washington avenue.
L. JENNIE PROUT, l, K
2455 Van Buren avennc.
Ogden Business Directory
ioerUMmtTitiin tni column cost
76c por tin pr month, payable In
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye'd
Clothing Storo.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phono 883 for up
holstering, mattress makiair, re
stretching of bed springs
FURS CLEANED, remodeled; taxi
dermist work: orders 'called for and
delivered; work guaranteed. T. Ga
JcwEky, 375 23rd, up stairs.
OQDEN JUNK HOUSE if you haTe
any kind of Junk, pbone us up; tv
wilt call for it Bell pbone, S25-K;
IwL, 735. J p j
Want advertisements coat on cent
per word each litua, or 5 cent per
lino of flvo word per dy, no flrt
Insertion e than 28 cont, or two
or mor line per vK at th rt ol
5 cent per line per week, or 75
cent por line per month. Remember
five average word make a line. All
dvertlement on thl page must b
paid In advance. No exception to thl
A GIRLf for general housework in
small family. No children; mod
ern house. Call after 6 p. "nu, 1228
25th St 10 1 lwk
STENOGRAPHER Light work; state
salary and experience. D. R., care
WANTED Good woman for genoral
housework; good waes. Apply 724
24th street. Call In mornings.
EXPERIENCED girl to work m can
dy store. Apply Orpboum Candy
WANTED An experienced girl for
general housework; small family.
2211 Jeff. U-3-tf
WANTED Steady young ladleB to
train for nursing at the Burgees
LADY Btenojrapher wants work in
evenings. Also understands book
keeping. Phono 1231-W.
MALE AND FEMALE.
EXCELLENT opportunity for pianist.
lady or gentleman, who can met
tho public. C P. Mndson, European
Hotel, after 6'3C evenings. 9-30-lk
A JANITOR; steam heat. Jnqulro
5C3 25th St. 10-2-lwk
WANTED Canvassers; oarn $26 o
$50 weokly selling Servetto, the ic
tablo servant Will be seeri by every
lady at the cooking school this eok.
Sells rapidly at sight. Write immedi
ately The McGraw Mfg. Co., McGrnw,
N. Y. 9-30-iwk
GOOD boj to learn floral trade Van
der Schult Tloral Co., 7-10 28th.
WILLOW CITY, British Columbia
Good commission paid to energetic
and ro3ponslblo agents. Pacific Bond I
& Land Corporation Ltd., 513 Pacific
Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. 10-21 1
EASTERN corporation wants reliable
man for Osden and Brlgham City;
one with soliciting expertonco desired.
Salary to commence, yl7 a week and
commission with good future. Full
pr.rtlculirn If married, age, etc.. in
first letter Address O B Cnro Stan
GEORGIA CRAFT Instructor In
voice a"d piano. Childron given
special attention. 252S Madison. Phono
7 1 3 -W. 9-11-lino
BUNCH or ko.s. between Browning's
garage and 2Slh and Wash. Return
to Brov.nlnG's garage. 10-2-lvk
PURSE containing about ?25 Reward
for return to Standard 9-30-lwk
III I I II I I rtm T HI IH "HIT I Hinuinhrarn!Tq
RALPH P HUNTER. Notary Public
and Conveyancer TiHcs examine!,
Deeds, Mortgages and Contracts
drawn and oxecuated. Many years'
experience Charges reasonable. 502
Firsi National Bank Bldg.. Ogden.
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, office 336 125th st. Phone
997-J. Res. Phone 1617-J.
PAINTING, paporhanglng and tinting.
Y den Hortog, Pbone 571 -R.
"PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Phydclan and
Surgeon Office hourn 11 to 4 p. ra.
New Perrv Bldf., Hudson Ave. Pono
1866-W. Reaidenco phono 2129-W. C4C
Washington avenue. 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. S. DONALDSON & faONS. 2452
Grant, or uhono 127. G-14-lmo
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.
2723 Grant. Bell phone 224.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes bought sold or
exchangod; also trunks and suitcase
cheap, A Siner. Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Twenty-fifth St. 6-lS-lyr
RIGHT NOW givo your heating
atovoc a thought then Summerlll,
2304 Washington At.
SPLRELLA CORBET. Mr7 Smith.
" TRUNK REPAIRING
HAVE Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogdon Trunk Factory, 2455 Grant
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Boll 571- R. 7-S-tf
E. A. BUNDY, D. V. S. Phone 828.
Office and Hospital. 2150 Wa&hlugton.
! Read the Craimi AJ5
FURNISHED ROOMS, hoard If
desired. Inquire 2650 Madison.
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $i
wk. up 536 Elt at. 3-13-lyr
F" ".NISHED ROOMS lor houaekeep.
ing at foot of M. E. Ave. 10-2U
FURNISHED ROOMS Modern, suit
able for two. 2311 Madison. Phone
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
modern. 2758 Uncoln. 10-4-lwk
THREE rooms, private bath. 700 W.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms,, gas, bath;
also Bleeping rooms. -127 24th St.
TWO modern rooms for housekeep
ing. Inquire Room 1, Ogden the
NICELY furnished large front room,
suitable for two; use of piano U
desired. Apply 24$ 23id .
WELL furnished front room; modern
apartment; private family. 2614
Monroe avenue. lu-l-lwk
THREE well furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, 175 30th street.
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing. Inquire 2630 Adams. 9-27-lwk
TWO nice, clean housekeeping rooms.
254S Qunlcy. 1558-J. 0-26-lwk
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats.
2634 Grant. 9-26-6mo
FOR RENT Newly furnished steam -
heated rooms; hot and cold running
water, bath; close in; reasonable.
2539 Grant ave. 9-25-lwlf
LIGHT housekeeping; lights, gas and
bath. 2G13 Washington. 9-24-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum Hotel.
Phone 197S. 9-6-tf
FREE bath; prices moderate; must
bo rentod. 2468 Washington Ave
FURNISHED rooms for housekcep
nig. nrlcos to suit. Ulahna. 7-29tf
ONE eight-room, one 5-room moJern
houser Inquire 826 25th. Phone
SIX-ROOM house, 2939 Pingre,
Cheap . 10-2-lwk
AT 1014 Wash. Ave., C-room modern
hcuso with barn. Inquire 563 25th.
FOUR-ROOM house, clothes closot,
pantrv, lights, summer uitche;i. 191f
Wall SS.00 9-JO-lwk
i-?,-i OR C ROOMS, elosu in, icason
ablc 2155 Adams. 9-30-lwk
4 AND 5-ROOA1 hou&c, $10 per mo
wlOU.M muuern hodi-e. 2u40 JofT.
MODERN -Hot water, heat, buffet.
kitchen, disappearing bed. 2248
3-ROOM HOUSE; water, lights. In
quire 3128 Adams Phone 1419-W
A MODERN, thiee-rocm cottage;
nicelv furnished Inquire 253S Mon
FURNISHED The Cr.rey Apartments.
Mooeiii .'.'.r.i, Was.'' c .:-'-ir
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just eaHt of
the Standard office is for rent, ei
ther all or part. Inquire at Standard
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
30-ACRE FARM, 2-1 of a mile from
street car, southeast Washington
avenue. Phone 29-K-2. J. H. Whlte-
THREE BUILDINGS in Deweyville;
also livery barn In Garland. TermL
reasonable. Apply R. C. Fryer, Dew-
eyvllle, Utah. 9-20-lmo
GOOD woman or man and wife, $15
for horse, $50 for ?125 moving pic
ture machine, $15 for Invalid chair.
Bell 333. 10-1-tf
FAMILY washing. 2?20 Read avenue.
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Grecn
wood, 1399-J. 9-28-lino
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signer for Further
NOTIOE TO CREDITOR8.
In the District Conrt of tho Socond
Judlcinl District, in and for the
County of Webor, State of Utah.
In tho matter of tho Estite of
Timothy O'Nolll, deceaeed.
Creditors will present claims with
Vouchers to the undersigned Admin
istrator vilth the Will annexed, at the
law offlcea of Joseph Chez, Esq.,
Rooms 408 and 404 First National
Bank Building, Ogden, Utah, on or
beore the Ifith day of January. 1913
GEORGE S. BARKER,
, Administrator with tho
JOSEPH CHEZ; Attorner. '
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS H
NON-DESCRIPTrVB, ladles ticket to
St Lonls, Mo. Phono 1875. 10-4-tf. H
GOOD horse. 8245 Grant 10-4-lwk IH
O. H. S. cadet uniform at 2360 Madl- H
son ave, 10-4-lwk H
FOR SALS 1912 "Htipruobllc" run'
about; fine condition, at attractive H
price. II. Pccry. Phone 60. H
A GOOD heavy work team, harness IH
and 3 heavy wagons, cheap. 2152 H
Adams. 10-4-lwk H
SIX-HOLE range, gasoline stove and IH
round table; house for rent. Apply
aftor 7 p. m. 2238 Lincoln ave. IH
ELEGANT new furniture, mahogany IH
and oak, for sale cheap; snap for IH
right party. 2549 Grant. 10-3-lwk 1
FRESH Jersey cow and calf. Phono H
CIS R. 10-3-lwk H
WHITE Leghorn chickens; prices H
reasonable. Rear 367 27th. 10-3-wk H
GENT'S bloycle, 'fine condition, ?12,0o"
Call 2032 Jefferson. 9-30-lwk 1
HOUSEHOLD furniture in good con- H
ditlon; cheap. Rear 367 27th. H
HOUSEHOLD furnlturo for sale in H
good condition; very reasonable. 5S3 H
26th st 9-SO-lwk H
VIOLIN'S, dirt cheap. 425 32nd St". B
HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale In H
good condition; very reasonable. H
533 26th St. H
ROOMING house and restaurant, H
cheap; well located on 25th street. I
Kelly & Ilerrlck. 9-19-tt H
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate; H
$100.00 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
BIOHSEL INVESTMENT CO. M
2478 Washington Ave. Upstairs.
MONEY to loan on real estate Be cur- IH
ity. J. J- BmmmltL 4-27-tf H
MONEY to loan on watches, dla- H
monds, Jowelry, flronrmt, etc., fl
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
1K33 The Money Lenders of Ogden
7S 25th SL C. H. Smith. Prop H
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get it today. Cheapest rates, H
best and most private terms In Utah. H
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst. H
MORTGAGE LOANS en Improved H
faim or city property. HUNTER & H
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg. M
5-1 2- tf M
DOUBLE-SEATED surrey on the M
Kancsville road Owner can have H
'nme bv nhonlnz tl-l. 10-J-St H
WANTED To pasture ?i 1 rod ' H
horses Inqv're f A v I n H
Phone 02S-I M i. u'; IB
FOR SALS REAL EST ATS H
A 5-ROOM cottage. ."9 1-2 fee f . n - fl
age, opens to a street in tn- . . H
Room oil lot for another co y r H
large terra?, at is j2nd A . ,-m H
! sold at once .'.11 at the j 1- H
.nancce building, Room 14 " -, H
ON BENCH; five-room, brick hourc, H
modern; price $2800; $200 down, M
$20 per month; 8 per cent Interest. H
O. A. White, 302 2Gth St. 10-2-3t H
CLENWOOD ACRES cheap; two or H
tho best lots In the Glcnwood a-idl- M
tlon. One 1-acrc lot, $925, and one 1-2 H
acre lot on corner $025; cement walks, H
good vater right, small paymont down IH
balance $10 per month. Addrcu C. C. H
Fox. Care Read Bros -J-JO-lwu H
TWO acres of land, good wr.isr rlghr, H
live-room house, in city. Inquire H
of Owner, Phono 1055 9-2S-lwk H
5-ROOM house; 1 acre land; vjarn H
graiuery. etc. Easy terms. Phone H
1147-W 1752 Pacific. 9-9-lmo H
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. H
(Mountain Time.) H
DENVER i RIO GRANDE RAIL- H
ROAD COMPANY. tM
West Bound. Arrive. H
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall. .12:10 a.m. H
No 409 Tintic Passenger. .11:35 a.m. 1
No. 1 Pacll'c Coa6t Ltd... 1:40p.m. 1
No. 5 Cnlcaro-San Fran- IH
Cisco Express s... 3:50p.m. H
East Bound. Depart. H
No. 6 San Friincisco-Chl- H
cago Express 7:15 a.m. H
I No. 410 Tintic Passenger.. 1:10 p.m. IH
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3:50p.m. IH
No. I Atlantic Coast Mail. 5:50 p.m. H
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. B
unsurpassed scenery City Ticket Of- H
lice, Reed Hotel Bldg. H
F. FOUTS. Agent. H
Electric Way Between H
Ogden and -Brigham H
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. H
Trains fear Ogdon and Brlgham M
6:30 a. m 3.00 p. m. H
7.30 a. m 4:30 p. m. H
9:00 a. m 6:00 p.m. H
10:30 a. m 7:30 p. m. H
12:00 noon 9:00 p. m. H
1-30 p. m 11:10 p. ra. H
First train from Ogden starts from M
O, R. T. DepoL All others start from B
Union Depot. H
In Ogden, train atop only at S, L. H
&. Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depot and H
Five Points. H
Daily Service. M
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 18, 1912. H
Car leaves the Union Depot at 7:40 M
a. in. and every hour and twenty mln- jH
etas thereafter until 9:00 p. m. H
Car leaves the Hermitage at :20 H
a, m. and every hour and twenty mln- H
utes thcroaftor nntll 9:40 p. m. Extra IH
Rervico on Sundays. IH
Pleas watch for ch H