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K' THE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. TUT58PAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912. g? M
It MISS THEORA CARTER, DISCIPLE
OF GOSPEL OF THE TOOTHBRUSH
m New York, Oct. 5. Miss Thoorn
!v- Carter, president of the Good Choer so
li ctety. Is a dlBciple of the tooth bniBh.
W' Sho believes that a little caro de
.51 voted to the teeth will prevent many
B serious IIIo, and sho Is devoting much
of her time to m!a3lonary work. Sho
goes to the school houses during the
l? play hours, gathera tho children about
3 OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
8 i (Selling Price.)
2 Ogden, Utah, Oct. S. Butter
3 Creamery, extra, In cartons, 6c;
f creamery, firsts, . 33c; coolring, 30c;
v- ranch, 29c.
' Cheeso Eastern, 22c; Utah, 17c;
Si Y. A., 18c.
W Eggs Ranch, per case of 30 doz-en,
Sugar BeeL $6.00; cane, $0.20.
U? Kansas City Livestock
l. i Kansas City, Oct. 8. Cattle Ro
5 r celpts 20.000, Including '2,100 south
1 cms; maruot steady; native steers,
3 C.00010.9, southorn steers 4.255.00;
V southern cows and heifers, 3.25(g5.25;
f , native cows anil heifors, 3.25S.O0;
i etockers and feeders, 4.500)7.50; bulla,
4.00&5.50; calves, 5.009.50; western
'3 steers, 4.25gS50; western cows 3.50(3"
I; Hogs Receipts, 11,000; market
Bteady to 5c lower; bulk oT sa!e3, S.oo
r 38.85; heavy, S.C0 3S.S5; packers and
butchers, S.50S.90; light, S.30S.S5;
r ulgs, G.007.25.
j Sheep Receipts, 15,000; market
i steady; muttons 3.003.75; lambs
1 5.25 0.50; range wethers and yeav
f lings, 3.504.50; range owes, 2.00
I Omaha, Ocl. 8. Cattle Receipts,
1 11,000. market steady to easier; na-
tho steers, G.003H0.O0; cows and helf
I cro, 3.50STG.G0, western steers, 5.00
.S.25; Texas steers, 4.50G.40; range
cows and heifers, 3.25G.30; cannert.
3 00(0'4.26; stockers and feeders, 4.50
! S.05; calves, 5.00&v9.00; bulls, stags,
etc., 4 255.40.
Hogs Receipts, 4,400; market 5c
Xi higher; heavy, S.658.80; mixed, 8.70
I Q'S.SO; light, S.S08.87 1-2; plga, 6.00
fl ; S.00; bulk of sales. 8.70S.S0.
' Sheep Receipts, 42.5CO; market
1 I steady; voarllngs, 4 405.10; wethers,
li 3.GO4.00; ewes, 3.003.65; lambs,
nM. Chicago Grain.
KJ- Chicago, Oct. S. Montenegrin ho3-
18 tllltlcs had a bullish oltect today In
the wheat market The opening was
I 1-Ic to 3-Sc higher. December starl-
, cd at 91 3-Sc to 91 l-2c the same
a chan.qo from last night ao the market
s taken altogether. A rise to 91 5-Sc
I ' December corn opened unchanged
l to l-8c up at 53 l-4c to 53 3-8c and
I aBccnded to C3 5-Sc.
i December oats started l-8c higher
.i at 32 l-4c and hardened to 32 1-4
E I The provisions market opened un
it ? changed to 10c down with January,
1 5! S19.G0 to 319.G7 1-2 for pork, $11.10 to
J 1 $11.12 1-2 for lard and $10.30 to
j $10.32 1-2 for ribs.
K j Chicago Produce.'
I I Chicago, Oct, 8. Butter Steady;
1 creameries, 24 l-2(g29c; dairies, 22V:
j (a 27c.
I Eggs Steady; receipts. 7,751; at
4 mark, rases included, lOftOc: ordl-
uary flnsts, 21c; firsts 24c.
if Cheese Steady; daisies 17 1-4
j l-2c; twins, 16 3-4 17c; young Ani
! ericas, 17 l-4l-2c; long home,
' 17 l-4(ftl-2c.
Potatoes Steady; receipts 50 cars;
I Michigan, 42045c; Minnesota and
1 Wisconsin, 4043c.
fji': Eoston Wool.
VAi Boston, Oct. 8. The grndual de
fl crease In tho movement in domestic
II wool Is reported, with values fairly
H steady. A slight falling off In values
5531 in territory stock in original bags Is
BH reported, quotations ranging from 2-1
&Wj cents for Montana to 19 cents for
i Wyoming. Graded territory has been
A in ligit demand at 2G cents for Mon
Ht tana quarterblood. Choice northern
Wl California wool brings 53 cents clenn.
iVL? ;I "
P"Ti 1 Chicago Livestock.
tiii Chicago, OcL S. Cattle Receipts.
RH C.OOO; market Blow, steady; beeves,
84 i E.50ll.00; Texas stoors 4.50(3)6.00;
j western steers 5.75f?S.90; stockers
her, delivers a short talk on the care
of tho teeth, demonstrates the proper
way to use a tooth brush, using some
boy or girl as a subject, and then
distributes tooth brushes to all com
ers. She wll continuo tho work all
winter and hopes to Induce all the
boys and girls of New York who do
not already use tooth brushes to use
and feeders, 4 357.75: cows and
heifers, 2.S58.00; calves, S.OO 10.75.
Hogs Receipts, 1G.000; market
slow, 5c lower; light. 8.609.25; mix
ed, 8.GO9.30r rough, S.40(aS.G5; pigs,
5 008 00.
Sheep Receipts. 45.000; market
steady; native, 3.254.20; western,
3.40(3)4.70; yearlings, 4.255.35; na
tive lambs, 4.50G.75; western, 4.76
New York Sugar.
New York, Oct. S. Sugar Raw
Steady; muscovado, S9 test, 3.64c;
contrifugal, 96 test, 4.14c; molasses,
S9 te3t, 3.39c; refined, quiet.
St. Louis Wool!
St. Louis, Oct. S. Wool Steady;
territory and western mediums, -l
25c; fine mediums, I820c; fine, 13
Refined Sugar Drops.
New York, Oct. S. All grades of
refined 3ugar were reduced 5c a hun
dred pounds today.
Change for the Dctter.
Tho care of the African population
In tho Belgian Kongo In the past has
been so murderously indifferent that
it is a rlcasuro to note a change for
tho better. An order has gone Into
effect to provent hereafter the Impor
tation, manufacture and transporta
tion of saccharine sweets In the Bel
gian African territory. Saccharine
products and products sweetened with
substances other than cane sugar,
beet sugar, milk sugar and glucose
Bugar particularly those sweetened
with glycerine shall not be Imported,
it Is epecifled In tho order that it Is
meant to Includes in general all syn
thetic chemical sweetoning which
does not possess food value. We wl3h
wo could bcllevo that this tariff ani
lely to protect the Kongo population
aga'nst doleterlous sweets was some
thing more than an exhibition of the
usual protective philanthropy which
bars a competitive product to maio
sure the sal of something else.
Only Making It Worse.
"You must take eierclso," said th
physician, "and, by all means, worrj
less. Play golf." "Doctor," replied
the pationL "you moan well, but a
man who plays my kind of a goll
gamo can't help worrying."
Murphy Phwy were yez phipplu
yer Molko co har-rud th' marnln'?
Hannlgan Ah, th' young dlvll sez t'
me, sez he, "PoppjV sez ho, "git yer
plcter tuk, an I'll si'nd wan o' thlm to
Lh' taychnr tr a vallyilno."
We haven't much use for men who
try to Impress us that they don't havo
f-r Trn . "' -qgUgQI 11 Ml 1 1 IP BlTTTTrm
In tho district court of Weber coun
ty, state of Utah. Adolph Pardlnl,
plnintiff, vs. Mariu Pardlnl, defend
ant. Tho State of Utah to the said dofend
aut: You aro hereby summoned to np
pear within twenty days after seolce
of this summons upon you, If served
within the county In which this action
is brought; otherwise, within thirty
days alter service, and defond the
above entitled action; and In caEO of
ypur failure 20 to do, judgment will
bj rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint, which
has been filed with tho clerk of said
This action Is brought to procure a
decree dissolving the bonds of matri
mony heretofore existing between the
said plaintiff and the said defendant
and for costs and disbursements.
R. S. PARNSWORTH,
P. O. Addross, room 2, Utah Na
tional Bank building, Ogden City,
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
A good 4-room home, with city
water, electric lights, large lot,
running back to a 27-foot alley.
All In good shape, located near the
Union depot, for $1,400, on any
kind of terms, low rate of Inter
ecL MODERN HOME
A modern 5-room home, with
city water, electric lights, large
chandeliers, bath, toilet, stationary
wash stand, large pantry and clos
et, large porch, nice lawn. Lo
cated within four blocks of the.
Union depot; only $2400, on any
kind of terms, low rate of Interest.
I have one of the most elegant
locations for a chicken 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 street car line, within two
blocks of a 35,000 school building
I will offer this property for one
week for $000, on any kind of
terms low rate of Interest.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice Is hereby given by tho Board
of Commissioners of Ogden CIt, Utah,
of the Intention of said Board to mako
the following described improve
To create 29th Street from Adams
avenue to Grant avenue; Van Bureu
avenue from Capitol avenuo to 25th
street, Lafayotto avenue from 26th to
27th etreots, as a sewer district, and
to build therein pipe sewers, connect
ing with the manholes of the presont
sewer system and with such other
manboleB as may be necessary, and to
defray the whole of tho cost thereof,
estimated at $3,512.S3. by a local as
sessment upon the I013 or pieces of
ground lying and being within the
following district, being the district
to bo benefited or affected by said im
All the 'and lying between the out
er boundary lines of said street and
avenues, and a line drawn 132 feet
outward from and parallel to the said
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 1
October, 1912, at 10 o'clock a m., that J
being the ilmo sot ny said Board of
Commissioners when thoj will hoar
and consider such objections as may
be made thereto at the Mayor's of
fice, at the City Hall, Ogden City,
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated this ISth dav of Soptember,
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.
lGf Broadway, New York, N. Y.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of UNION PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD COMPANY will be held at its
office at Salt Lake City, Utah, on
TUESDAY. OCTOBER STH. 1912, at
twehe o'clock noon, for tho purpose
of electing fifteen Directors of tho
Company, and of transacting such
other business as may legally come
before the meeting.
For tho purposos of tho meeting the
bcoks for the transfer of stock (both
Pieferred 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.
Dated August 24, 1912
Queen Esther Chapter No -J, O. E.
3., regular meetings heid at Masonic
Hall on Washington avenue between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets
:he first and third Fridays of each
month. Sojourning members cordial
ly invited to attend.
LILY V. HALSTEAD, W. M.
CALL1E K. CAVE, Scc'y.
Unity Lodge No 18, F. & A. M.,
frtaEonic Temple, 2550 Washington av
enue. Mt-etinga every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodgos and sojourning brethren
'ordially invited to attend.
H. L. HERRINGTON, W. M.
FELIX T. MOORE, Secy.
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT
Women of WooJcrart, Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wedue6any
night at 7:30 o clock. K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can
bo paid to Dr Alice M. RidiO, M. D
57-58 Lewis block.
ELIZABETH BEST. G. N.
2543 Lincoln Ave., phone 1903-J.
MARIK CR1TES, Clork,
2731 Monroe Avenue.
Sego 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 SL
KATE HITMAN. Clork,
Bell Phono 1247-J.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of
Pythias, meets at Castle Hall, Utah
National Bank building, every Monday
evening. All K. of P.'s requested to
meet with us
GEO. B. HART, C. C.
W. G. KIND, M. of E.
W. L. UNDFJtWOOD,
K. of R. & S.
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
Ogden Homestead, No. 250, meots
on 2 and i Tuesday evening at K. P.
HalL Visiting Archers are cordially
Invited to meet with us
W. S. O'Brlou, Foreman,
2533 Gramercy Avo,
J. A. JUNK, Correspondent,
This elegant addition, whloh we
bought some time since, consisting
of 18 acres, Is the best property
In the ilty 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 $300 per lot, on any kind of
terms; or will build a good 4
room houce, with pantry, closet,
electric lights and city water, all
In good style, for $1,400, on any
kind of terms; or will build a
modorn 5-room house, bath, toilet,
ctitlcnary wash stand fixtures,
modern In every respect, for $2,
200, on oasy terms, low rate of in
terest. This Is a golden opportun
ity for rsllroad men to gel a good
home, close in, In the best part of
the city, on easy torms,
I havo a number of the most do
sirable lots In Brummltt's Addi
tion for aalo at 3100 per lot. These
are about a block from the new
$35,000 school on the corner of
22nd street and Harrison avenue.
Theso lota I will close out at flvo
dollars down and five dollars per
month, at low rate of InteresL
Ogden Lodge No E, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows, meets in I. O. O.
F. Hall cery Tuesday evening. Vis
iting brothers cordially lavited to bo
L. H. CANDLAND, N. G.
HENRY KJSSELL, SecV.
Queen City Rebeltph Lodge No. 4.
I. O. O. F.. meets sAond and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows Hall.
Visiting members invited.
ANNA KISSEL, N. G.
EMMA MEID, Rec. Sec'y.
IMPROVED ORDER OF REDMEN
improved Order or Redmen, Hia
watha Tribe No. 3, meots in Eagles'
Hall, Hudson avenue, flrpt and third
Monday evening?, at S p. m. Visiting
chiefs cordially invited.
EDWARD AIITH, Sachem.
E. R. GEIGER, C. of R.
A B. WRIGHT, C. of W.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Meet 6ery first and third Tuesday
night of each month at S p. m. at the
Moose Hall on oth St. Visiting
neigbuors Invited. Dues can be paiorfci
Mrs. Anna Hies, M. D., Room 21, Lew
INDIA. SAWYER, Oracle,
LILLIAN NEWTON, Recorder,
27th aud Quincy.
ORDER OF RAILWAY" CONDUCTORS
Wasatch Lhision, No. 12-J. O. R, C.
mcobt second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. in., In IC of P. -HalLcornor
Washington avenue and 24th street.
All broi'aers aro cordially Invited to
C. H. TEARSON, C. C.
D. L.BOYLES, S and T.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Fialcnal Orcer 01 Eagics, Ogden
Aerie, No. llo. F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday cening at Eagio Hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are invited to attend
the aerie moetlugs. Club rooms open
at 11 a. ai.
THOS. LESLIE, W. President
E. It. GEIGER, Secretary.
DR. C. E. WARDLEIGH. Aerie Phy
sician. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. "
Weber Camp No. 71 meets in IC of
P. Hall in tho Utah National Eank
Bldg., ever Tnursday evening at 3
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
Invited to attend.
FRED E. WILLIAMS. C. C.
E. AUTH, Clerk,
First National Bank Bldg.
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES
Silver Hive No. 1, L. O. T. M meet.
eery Thursday afternoon at 2 CO
o'clock in the i. O. O. F. hall. 24 IC
Washington avenue Visiting mem
bers cordially invited to attend.
KATHRYN EGGLESTON, L. C,
740 Washington avenue.
L. JENNIE PROUT. R. K
2155 Van Burcn avenue.
Th Royal Highlanders meet every
first and third Fridays at S p. ra. at
K. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
I ANDREW W. NELSON, I. P.
WM. MULLER, Sec. aud Troas
2582 Washington Ave
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No 9990 meets every
first and third TueBday evening nt
6 o'clock, at K. cf P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members invited.
A. G JONES, Consul.
J, H. SHAFER, Clerk.
ORDER OF OWLS.
Ogdon Nest No. 121b, Order of
Owls, meets every Friday evening In
Eagles Hall, on Hudson avenuo at
S o'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are
j invited to attend the Neat meetings.
W. H. WRIGHT, President
I T S. SHAUGHNESSY, Sec'y
, III Twenty-fifth street.
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements .ln this column cost
75c per line per month. payabU In
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye'a
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone SS2 for up.
holsterlng, mattress making, re
otretching of bed springs
FURS CLEANED, remodeled; taxi
dermist work; orders called for and
delivered; work guaranteed. T. Ga
lJewaky, 375 23rd, up stairB.
I DQDEN BUSINESS DIRECTOR?
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE It you have
any kind of Junk, pbone us uj; -we
will call for iL Bell pfcone, 325-K;
CITY SCAVENGER, McCartT & Co.
2728 Grant Bel! phono 334.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and Gultcasoa
cheap. A Siner, Phona 1221. 179 1-2
Twenty-fifth St 6-lS-ljr
RIGHT NOW glvo "your beating
stovos a thought then Summorill,
2304 Washington Ave.
RALPH P. HUNTER, Notary Public
and Conveyancer. Titles esamlned,
Deeds, Mortgages and Contracts
drawn and execuated. Many years'
experience. Charges reanonablo. 502
First National Bank Bldg., Ogden,
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, office 33G 25th St, Phono
997-J. Res. Phone 1G17-J. Over
PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting.
Y den Hortog, Phono 671 -R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DrT A. FERN LUND, Phyjiclan and
Surgeon, Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Porrv Bldg., Hudson Ave. Pione
19CG-W. Reoldeace phone 2129-W 646
Washington avenue. 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W S. DONALDSON & SONS, 2452
Grant, or phone 127. 6-14-lmo
SPIRELLA CORHET. Mrs. Smith.
HAVE Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory, 245C Grant
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571- R. 7-5-tf
E. A. BUNDY, D. V. S. Phone 828.
Office and Hospital, 2160 Washington.
Want advertiemcnta cost one cent
per word each laiua, or 5 cents per
lino of five words per day, no first
Inoertlon less thtn 25 ccntc, or two
or more lines per wo8K at the rate 0
5 centa per line ptr week, or 75
cents por line per month. Remember
five average words mako a line. AH
advertisements on thic pago ut b
paid In aavancc. Uo exception to ihi
A neat, capable girl for housework In
a small family, near high school.
Phono boC-J 10-S-lwk
GOOD dressmaker by tho day; state
price. Address "G. H.," caro Stan
GOOD GIRL for housework, no wash
ing or ironing; first class wage6
C74 24th st. 10-S-tf
WANTED Dressmaker at 573 22nd
st. Telephone 1465. 10-8-lwk
WOMAN for housework; $1 a day,
steady place, 709 22nd St. 10-S-lwk
WANTED Young girl for light
houuework. No. 1 Peery Apart
A GIRLj for general housework in
arnall family. No children; mod
ern house. Call after 5 p. m., 1226
25th SL 10 1 lwk
STENOGRAPHER Light work; state
sa'ary and experience. D. R., care
W ANTED Good woman for general
housework; good wages. Apply 724
24th street. Call in mornings.
EXPERIENCED girl to work m can
dy Btore. Apply Orphoum Candy
WANTED An experienced girl for
general housework; small famll).
2211 Jeff. 'J-2-tf
WANTED Steady young ladles to
train for nursing at the Burgess
LADY stenographer wants work ln
ovenlngs. Also undorstandB book
keeping. Phone 1231 -W.
MALE AND FEMALE.
MAN and wife; no children, want
ponltlon on ranch. Address M W.
Caro Standard. 10-S-lt
MALE AND FEMALE.
EXCELLENT opportunity for pianist,
lady or gentleman, who can meet
the public C. P. Madson, European
Hotel, after G:30 evenings. P-30-lwk
SITUATION by young married man
as Janitor. Addross Janitor, Care
JANITOR or watchman. Rear 270
22nd St, 10-5-lmo
WILLOW CITY, British Columbia
Good commission paid to energetic
and responsible agents. Pacific Bond
1 Land Corporation Ltd.. 513 Pacific
Bldg., Vancouver. B. C. 10-2H
WANTED Private nisht students,
Gregg shorthand, by experienced
stenographer and teacher. Dictation,
civil service and beginners" class start.
October 14. Wm V. Rockefeller, 95j
FURNISHED ROOMS, board if
desired. Inquire 2650 MadlBon.
ROOM for gentleman; steam hoat,
bath, $2.50 week; close ln. 2341
FOR RENT Furnished, aew, clean,
comfortablo housekeeping rooms. '.'
wk, up 53C SlBt at. 3-13-lyr
F" INISHED ROOMS for housekeep
ing at foot of M. E Avo. 10-2tf
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22nd st.
IN MODERN home; close in on bench;
board if wlBhed; call phone 1950-R.
FURNISHED ROOMS Modern, suit
able for two. 2341 Madison. Phono
FURNISHED housekeeping roomn,
modern. 2758 Lincoln. 10-4-lwk
THREE rooma, private bath. 700 W.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas, bath;
al60 sleeping rooms. 427 24th St.
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats,
2034 Grant. 9-26-6rao
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum HotoL
Phone 1978. 9-6-tf
FREE bath; prices moderate; muBt
bo rented. 24GS Washington Ave
FURNISHED rooms for housekeop
lng; prlcea to suit. Utahna. 7-29tf
ROOMS AND BUARD
MELROSE Good board, steam heat-
od rooms, lowest rates. 2639 Jeffer-
9-R. modern house, large lot, barn and
chicken houses, on tho bench. In
quire 983 23rd st. Phone 1942-J.
GOOD six-room house, close in, ?15;
also 4 rooms, p. 2165 Adams ave.
ONE eight-room, one 5-room modern
houao. Inquire 826 25th. Phone
91X-ROOM house, 2939 Plngre.
Cheap . 10-2-lwk
FOUR-ROOM house, clothes closet,
pantry, lights, summer kitchen. 1915
Wall. $S.00. 9-30-lwk
2-2-1 OR G ROOMS, close ln, reason
able 2155 Adams. 9-30-lwk
1 AND 5-ROOM house, 310 per mo.
8-ROOM modorn house. 2340 Jeff.
8-ROOM modern brick, car line, on
the bench. 983 23rd. Paone 1942-J.
3-ROOM HOUSE; water, lights. In
quire 3128 Adams. Phone 1119-W,
A MODERN, three-room cottage,
nicely furnished. Inquire 253S Mon-
THREE-room apartment, light, gas
and bath 2422 Adams. 10-5-lwlc
FURNISHED The Curev Apartments
Modern. ?ZW Wash Ave S-S-tt
FOR RENT STORES
I THE VACANT building ust cast of
tho Standard office la for rent, ei
ther all or part Inquire at Standard
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
THREE BUILDINGS in Dewey villc;
also livery barn in Garland. TerniL
reasonable. Apply R. C Fryer, Dow-
eyvllle, Utah. 9-20-lmo
FOR RENT OR SALE
GOOD seven-room house, 3172 Wash,
ave. Apply to T. D Ryan, care Se
curity Trust & Savings Bank.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate;
5100.00 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2478 Washington Avo. Upstairs.
MONEY to loan on real estato secur
ity. J. J. Bruramltt. 4-27-tf
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearmr, etc.,
Undo Sam's Loan Offico, established
1885. Tho Money Lenders of Ogden.
275 25th St C. IL Smith, Prop
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You
can get it today. Cheapost rates,
best and most private terms in Utah.
D. D Drake, over Paine & Hurst.
MORTQAQE LOANS on Improved
farm or city property, HUNTER &
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS H
ALMOST new sowing machine for H
sale cheap. Party leaving town, H
438 22nd St, Phone 1540-W. 10-8-lwk H
SMALL runabout for sale; first-
class condition. W. F. Madeon H
phone 52. 10-5-lwk H
HEAVY 8-foot dining table, $16,00 H
2629 Grant, phono 652. 10-5-lwk IH
NON-DESCRIPTIVE, ladles ticket to H
St. Loula, Mo. Phono 1875. 10-4-tf H
GOOD horse. 3245 Grant. 10-4-lwk H
O. H. S. cadet uniform at 2360 Madl- H
son ave. 10-4-lwk H
A GOOD heavy work team, harness H
and 3 heavy wagons, cheap. 2152 H
AdamB. 10-4-lwk H
SIX-HOLE range, gasoline stove and
round tablo; house for rent. Apply
after 7 p. m. 2238 Lincoln ave. IH
ELEGANT new furniture, mahogany
and oak, for sale cheap, snap for H
right party. 2549 Grant. 10-3-lwk H
WHITE "Leghorn chickens; prices H
reasonable. Rear 307 27th. 10-3-wk H
GENT'S bicycle, fine condition, $12.00. jH
Call 2032 Jefferson. 9-30-lwk H
HOUSEHOLD furniture la good con-
ditlon; cheap. Rear 367 27th. H
HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale in
good condition; very reasonable, 5S3 H
26th st. 9-30-lwk H
VIOLINS, dirt cheap. 425 32nd SU
ROOMING house and restaurant, H
cheap; well located on 25th street. H
Kelly & Herrlck 9-19-tf M
WANTED j3nSCllLLN.fiOUiS H
SOME ONE to take home family M
washing and Ironing. 441 27th st. H
GOOD woman or man and wife; $15 H
for horse, $50 for $125 moving pic- H
turo machine, $15 for Invalid chair. H
Bell 333. 10-1-tf H
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Green- H
wood. 1399-J. 9-28-lmo H
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE H
FOR SALE My residence on Nob M
Hill. Brick house 9 rooms, modern H
improvements, new sleeping cottage, H
large brick barn, largo grounds, fine H
shade trees. This Is one of the most H
delightful homos ln the city. Can be H
bought during next 60 days for about H
half cost of Improvements. See me H
or R. G. Agee. A. W. A gee. 10-7-lwk H
GLENWOOD ACRES cheap; two of H
the best lots in tho Glenwood addi- H
tion. One 1-acre lot, $9.25, and one 1-2 H
tlon. One 1-acre lot, $925, and one 1-2 H
good water right, small payment down H
balance $10 per month. Address C. C. H
Fox, Care Read Bros. 10-8-lwk H
IMPROVED City property for auto, H
livestock or vacant property. Phoue H
1427. 10-8-lmo. H
GLENWOOD ACRES cheap; two of H
the best lots ln the Glenwood addl- H
tlon. One 1-acre lot, $925, and one 1-2 H
aero lot on corner $625; cement walks, H
good water right, small payment down H
balance $10 per month. Address C. C. H
Fox, Caro Read Bros 9-J0-lwk IH
5-ROOM house; 1 acre land; barn H
gralnory. etc. Easy terms. Phone IH
1147-W. 1752 Pacific. 9-9-lmo H
GEORGIA CRAFT Instructor ln IH
voice and piano. Children given H
special attention. 2528 Madison. Phone H
713 -W. 9-11-lmo H
LOST Gold bead necklace. Finder tM
return to 2539 Adams ave. and re- H
ceive reward. 10-8-lwk H
PARTY finding teeth and rings, keep H
rlnjs and bring teeth to 127 31sl H
St.. Reward. 10-S-lwk tM
BUNCH of keys, between Browning's l
g&rago and 25th and Wash Return H
to Browning's garage. 10-2-lwk M
PURSE containing about $25- Reward IH
for return to Standard 9-30-lwk IH
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. H
(Mountain Time.) H
DENVER A. RIO GRANDE RAIL- H
ROAD COMPANY. H
Wost Bound. Arrive. I
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall.. 12: 10 a.m. H
No. 409 TIntic Passenger. .11:36 a.111. H
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m. jH
No. 5 Chlcaso-San Fran- H
cisco Express 3.50 p.m. VM
East Bound. Depart. H
No. 6 San Francisco. Chi- IH
cago Express 7:15 a.m. H
No. 410 Tintic Passenger.. 1:10p.m. IH
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3:50p.m. IH
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:60 p.m. IH
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. H
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- 'M
fico. Reed Hotel Bldg.
F. FOUTS. Agent. IH
Electric Way Between
Ogden and Brigham
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. H
Trains leave Ogden and Brigham H
6:30 a. in 3 00 p. m. H
7:30 a. m 4:30 p 13. H
9'00 a. m 6'00 p. ni. M
10:30 a. m 7:30 p. m. H
12:00 noon 9:00 p. m. H
1-30 p. m 11:10 p. m. H
First train from Ogden starts from H
O. R. T Depot. All others start from IH
Union Depot. H
In Ogden, trains stop only at S. L- jH
& Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depot and jH
Five Points. H
Daily Service. fl
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 18, 1912. H
Car leaves the Union Depot at 7:40 M
a. m. and overy hour and twenty min- H
v.tes thereafter until 9:00 p. m. H
Car leaves the Hermitage at 8:20 M
a, m. and every hour and twenty roln- H
utes thereafter until 940 p. m. Extra H
service on Sundays. IB
Pleats watch for change of oched H