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Ml . THE EVENING STANDARD, OQDEN, UTAH. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER .1, 1912. - , . . . s H
I DENY THEY
liHl VJM4a4 f If VI?iilll
W Conways In Prison Tells
Bfli of Leaving Sophia
fjJ Singer Alive
I Lima. Ohio, Nov. 1, Two detectives
from Chicago who arrived here yes
hw toiday to take charge of Mr. and Mrs.
8 Charles Conway, who were arrested
Hlf ner 1 connection with the murder of
Hi' Sophia G. Singer, in a Chicago 100m-
Sing house, Monday night, decided to
defer their departure to that city un
This decision was reached after
" hearing a long statement from Mrs.
Conway, who recited in detail their ac
tions on the night of the murder and
their movements thereafter She de
clared that Miss Singer had told her
she was tired of Worthon. and was
P 1 to meet a man whom Mrs. Conway
j helieved to be Claude StUlman Mrs.
gj Conway said Miss Sincer exhibited to
fl) Conway an Iron door Knob wrapped
U Tr ansf er
& PIone 321. 403 25th Street
Mb We have the largest van 'n fne
H city. Quick service. Moving, chip.
H ping and handling pianos. Prompt
KV freight deliveries. Furniture mcv-
'11V ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
jl able rates.
M IcLARA BERGES
j9 I Private Hospital
H IDEAL SITUATION
M v u expert 'attendance 3
13 .84 23n' SL P no '53 ft
jW c Medical. Surgical tsd Obstf-t- )
-jM n rical Cases Tj'ccr i
H- g 322 Twenty-fifth St g
B I Special Dinner . . . 25 k
H 3 Lunch from i I a. m. to 4 p m. jf
H J Dinner from 4 to 3 p, m.
IjB 9 .co and Foon, Managers
Hfc Houscclcarfnq' Company I
H,. HOUSFCLEANIN .N ALL ITS
M BRANCHES Wallpaper cleaning
H halsomlnlng pa'-nting, upholster-
M ing furniture repairing hv expert
H workricn Charge5" reasonable i
Hi, Residence 222.'. Washington. Phono
Hr Office. Phone 1311-i.
I STYLEPLUS S-J7 '
CLOTHES 1 !
jt BETTER COMb TO
1 I CRAWSHAW'S
S 9 219 25th streeT-
K Jm And have a few pest cards tak-
W MJk en S1.00 the dozen.
I The Newport
- I JIM, WONG-WE, Managers.
218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
Open Day and Night.
Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats
THE "VALUE GIV
3 The Bread with the Home- I
i Made Flavor. J
I MOTHER'S CHOICE I
I Made by I
M 1 DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING f
I COMPANY f
I 1 2268 Grant Avenue r
I fHH "- iffe Btter Tnn GooJ tJAcjh"
1 m FALSTAFF CAFE
' loD THOS. FEENEY, Prop.
i I -
I CHOP HOUSE
1 BISMARK HOTEL
9 12S 25th St.
9 r?nltary Gas Cooking.
Merchants Lunch 25c.
!"WE FIX ANY DAM THING"
Bicycles, motorcycles and auto- tj
mobile work. S
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. j
OGDEN NOVELTY WORKS.
2576 Wash. Ave. Phone 794 1
up in a handkerchief, and said she
was going to meet a man In a lone
ly place and wanted Conway to nil
him with it so that sho could "gel
his roll' This Mrs. Conway said her
husband declined to do, and they lefl
Chicago that night and did noi hear ol
the murder until later.
Mrs. Conway's statement in pait
"Tne last Mr. Conway and I Faw ol
Sophia Singer was about 10:30 oclocl
Monday night. Wo were preparing to
leave Chicago. She had given us $35
and two suits, of clothes lor my hus
band. "Worthen had left early in the eve
ning. Miss Slnser, who was living
with him as his wife, came In the
house about S o'clock.
" 'Oh,' she said, "I met the swellest
fellow, named Stillman. He is rath
er elderly and has lots of diamonds,
and I am to meet him at 10 o'clock
and we are going to a chop suey
"Miss Singer asked Conway to go
out with her when she went 10 meet
Stillman She showed him an iro.n
door knob covered with one of Worth
".Miss Singer said 'I'll get him up
an alley somewhere and you rap hiin
with this and we will got his roll.'
"My husband refused. She want
ed me to go out with her, hut Con
way -would not let me. and I did not
want to go anyway, sue was angereu
at us because wo would not go.
"Wo left Sophia about 11 o'clock.
We had been quarreling a little, but
she was of changeable moods and I
kissed her good bye.
"We took a street car to the inter
urban station and left for Hammond,
Ind. 1 think we got there about 1
o'clock. We stayed all night In a
hotel there and then went to Roches
ter, Ind The first I know about the
murder was Tuesdaj evening while
wo were at Rochoster "
Mrs. Conway explained that tho $35
had been given to her husband by So
phia SIngor because they were en
tirely out of funds and Miss Singei
was anxious to be rid of the actor
and his Tlfc.
OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
(Selling Price )
Ogden, Utah, Nov. 1. Butter
C.ujitry, taua, in cartons, .ioc;
crcamer. fircls. 3Cc; cooking, 30c;
Cheese Eastern, 1'Oc; Utah, ISc;
Y. A. 10c
Lggs Ranch, per case of 30 dozen,
Sugar Beet, SC.00; cane, ?C.'20.
Chicago, Nov. 1. Denials that the
Argentlno ciop had suffered material
damage made the wheat market to
day turn weak. Good weather and
a run of large receipts nortuwest 31
here acted also against the bulls The
resulting decline, however, was chock
ed by uncertainties regarding the
Turkish war situation
Oponing prices were 3-S to 1-2 low
er December started at 90 3-4 to
90 7-S. A drop to 90 1-205-8 fol
lowed. Better weather for curin? and mar
keting cased corn. December open
ed l-'l to 3-S down at 51 3--J to 51 7-S
and sagged to 01 1-2.
Oats sympathized with tho wheat
setback and Devember fell to 31 3-o. I
Strength that developed In provis-1
Ions a3 a result of flrmnesB of hoga ,
proxed temporary, the bulge rapidly ,
subsiti'ng First salfs ranged from
2 1-2 decline to 5 advance, with Jan-1
uarv 1S.65 lor pork. 10.70 for lard and i
10.02 1-2 to 10.05 for ribs I
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas- City, Nov I. Cattle Re
celi ts. 1,200; including 300 southerns,
market steady: native steers, G.50(i
10 75, southern cteers, -1.250.15; J
southern cows and heifers. 3 255.2o;'
nctivc cows and heifers. 3.25ifS.00,
stockers and feeders 4 507.25; bulls
.00(g5 25; calves. 5.00((2i9.G0, western
steers, 5.00S.50; western cows. 3.50
Hogs Receipts, 4.000; market 5c
higher; bulk of sales, 7 50?7.S0;
heavy, 7.757.S3: packers and butch
ers. 7.C0(7D7S0; light, 7.407.G5; pigs
Sheep Receipts. 3,000; market 10c
higher; muttons. 3.504.85; lambs,
C.007.10; ranrc wethers and year
lings. 4.00C00; range ewes, 2.50
South Omaha Livestock.
South Omaha, Nov. I Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,000; steady to weaker; na
tive steers, G2010.00. cows and heif
ers. 3.0500 50; western steers, 5 25
S00; Texas steers, 4 60(0C25; cows
and heifers. 3.256 00; canncrs, 3 00
125, stockers and feeders, 4.507.75;
calves. 4 75(3-S 75; bulls, stags, etc.
Hogs Receipts. 4,200; market 5
higher; heavy, 7.607.75; mixed, 7.05
7.75; light, 7.707.S0; pigs, C.25
7.50; bulk of sales, 7.057.75.
Sheep Receipts, 1.000; steady,
vcarllngs, 4 2505.15. wethers, 3.800)
4 35; ewes, 3.0003 90, la-Tibs, 6 25
Chicago, No. 1. Cattle Receipts.
2.500; market steady; beeves. 5.300
11.00; Texas stcors, 4.350)5. G5; west
ern steers, 5 5009.25, stockers and
feeders, 4.2507-50, cows and heifers,
2.7007 25: calves, G.5010.50.
Hogs Receipts, 12,000. market
strong to 5c higher; light. 7-2507.95.
mixed, 7.450SOO; heavy. 7.2007.95.
rough. 7 2007 10, pigs 17507 26; bulk
of talcs, 7.GO07 90.
Sheep Receipts, C.000; markt
steady to 10c higher; nativo, 3 400
4 55, western, 3.5004. GO. yearlings,
4.5O0SG5; lambs, native, 5.0007.20,
western, 5.2507 00
Chicago, Nov 1. Butter steady;
croameries, 25 1-2030; dairies, 230
Eggs firm- receipts, 4,302 cases; at
mark, cases included, 190)20; ordinary
firsts, 22; firsts, 25.
Cheeso steady, daisies, 17 1-20
3-4; twins. 16 3-1017, young Amer
icas, 17 1-203-4; long hnrns, 1G 3-40
Potatoes steady; receipts, 40 cars;
Michigan. 4504S: Minnesota, 42045.
New York Dairy.
New York, Nov. 1. Butter Firm;
creamery .socondH, 27 1-2028 1-r.
Chcwe Easy and unchanged.
ISggB Steady; fresh gathered sec
onds, 230 25.
New York Sugar.
New York, Nov. 1. Sugar Raw
quiet; muscovado, 89' test, 3.55; con-
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
A brand new four-room cottage,
pantry and closet; city water and
electric lights, large porch. A
good deep lot running back to a
twenty-severr-foot alley. Located
four blocks south of Union Depot:
near car line and near one of the
best schools In the city. This Is a
great bargain at $1,400; $100 down
and $15 per month with low rate of
trifugal, 9G test, 4.05. molasses, S9
test, 3.30. Refined, steady.
St. Louis Wool.
SU Louis, Nov 1 Wool Steady;
territory and western mediums. 210
25c; fine mediums, 18021c; fine, 13
CHARACTER TOLD BY EYES
Truthfully Have They Been Designat
ed by tho Wlso as the "Windows
of the Sou?."
Eyes aro the moot certain revealors
of the criminal nature. Many an ox
pert detective tells a criminal by just
one glance pot at him. but from him.
The criminal eye varies greatly In net
ting, but not so much in color
Sometimes It Is deeply placed In the
head. aB if It tries to hide, fearing the I
reeult of Its own Involuntary revcla- I
tlona. Sometimes it Is bulgy, pro
trusive like a frog's and hcavy-llddcd. '
Such eyes In connection with some
other Btgns denote treachery, men
dacity and general cruelty. j
Of the criminal eye there are many i
remarkable anecdotes Tho murderer
Francepconi had little about him to i
Indicate tho criminal. To most people !
he rendered hlm6Glf companionable by
I facetlousness and easiness of man
ners. ' j
Yearn before his crime a young girl '
afterwards the Countess dell Roc- '
ca who had never left home, and j
lacked experience of life, recoiled '
from him iolently when introduced,
and refused to endure his presence
When questioned why she behaved I
thus, she answered: "If that man hns j
not already murdered people, he will i
do so." Tho girlish prophecy very j
soon came true and when tho sclent- j
1st I.ombroEo Inquired by what sign
she had foretold his charactor. she re- j
plied: "Tho eyes; I saw him In his
Tried Trick Once Too Often.
A man of seventy-five, who of re
cent years had extorted money from
charitable persons, In Paris, by pre
tending to commit eulcldo, has fallen
a victim to his Ingenuity. He used to
lasten o rope, attached to the celling,
about his nock with an eaBy running
noose. Then, having knocked ovor
the furniture, ho would overturn tho (
ohalr on which he was standing and
romain hanging by tho rope. Alarm- '
ed by the nolBe. the neighbors would '
rush In and cut him down After bt
ing revived he would depict his stato
of distress In ouch moving languago I
that money would be forthcoming for I
his relief. Later he would repeat the !
trick in another house, Invariably '
with success. But a few days ago, I
when he was carrying out the trick,
there wao a hitch. No one went to
his help and he remained hanging,
being eventually cut down dead.
The morq a woman's photograph
doesn't resemble her tho better she
SALE OF ANIMALS FOR DAMAGES
State of Utah, County of Weber, in
the Farr West precinct of said county
1 hae In my possession the follow
ing described estray animal, which if
not claimed and taken away, will be
sold at public auction to the highest
cash bidder at my corral, Farr West
precinct, on Monday, the 11th day of
November, 1912, at the hour of 2 p. in.
(Description of Animal.)
One biludle jearllng heifer branded
Q on the left side, with both ears
Said animal Is held by me to secure
the payment of So.00 damages done b..
said animal upon the premises of H
D. Brown, on the 22nd day of October,
1012. C. A GROBERG,
Poundkeeper for Farr West Precinct.
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
State of Utah, County of Weber, Og
den City. is.
I have In my possession the fol
lowing described estray animals,'
which, If not claimed and taken away, j
will bo sold to tho highest cash bid
der, at 184S Washington avenue. In
Ogden CU.. Utah, on Monday, the 11th
day of November, 1912, at tho hour of
1 p, m..
One light bay marc. loft hind foot
white; branded 7G on loft thigh, shoes
on, about neven years old; weight
about 950 pounds.
Said estrays were taken up by me
In said city on the 28th day of Octo
FRANK A. NA1SBITT.
Poundkeeper of Ogden City, Utah.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Scaled proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalks In Side
walk District No. -J17, being 29th
street from Adams avonue to Grant
avenuo, under plans and specifications
prepared by the City Engineer and
approved by tho Board of Commis
sioners, will bo rocelvcd at tho office
of tho City Engineer, in tho City Hall,
at Ogden City aforesaid, until 10
o'clock a. m. on the Gth day of No
At which time all proposals recev-1
ed will bo publicly opened and read
Mans and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at the offico
of the City Enginear
The right Is reserved to i eject any
or all bids and to waive all defects. "
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners. H. J. CRAVEN,
First publication October 1G, 1912.
1 Last publication Novomber 5, 1912'.
An elegant chicken ranch located
within a mile and a half of the
center of city; slx-room house,
plenty of fruit a,nd shade trees
Over one acre of land, chicken
runs; all ready to go into tho buti
nqcq for raising chickens or poul
try of any k'lpd. This Is admira
bly situated for a chicken ranch.
For sale, very cheap, smalf pay
ment down and balance at low rate
Masonic Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4, O. E. S regular meetings, hold
at Masonic hall on Washington aver
nuo between Tw'otitv-flftb and Twenty-sixth
Brccts. the first and third
Fridays of each month Sojourning
members cordially imited to attend
Lily v Halstcad, W. M. Calle E.
Unity Lodge, No. IS, F. & A. M
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
aeniie Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordlallv invilcd to attend. H. L.
Herrington, W, M. Felix T. Moore.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No 5S1, meets evorv Wednesday
night at 7.. 10 o'clock, K. or V hall.
Vistlng neighbors Invited D.ics can
be paid to Dr Alice M Ridge, M 0..
57-53 Lewis block. Elizabeth Best.
0 N, 254.. Lincoln aienuc. phono
1903-.I Marie Crltcs. Clerk, 27S1
Segp Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
niphts nt 8 p in.. In I. O O. F. hall.
Vkiting neighbors cordlalh Invited
Mary E. Bllxt, G. N. 151 .5 1 si St. Knte
Hcyman, Clerk. Bell phone 1217-.I.
Oi I Fellows Ogden I.cdge. No 5.
Independent Order of Odd Feliow,
meets In I. O. O. F hall every Tues
da ovenlng. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to be present L. H
Candlar 1, N. G. Henry Kissell Sec
retary. Qjeen rity Rebekah Lodge, No. 4.
1 O. O. F. iheots second and fourth
Frldn evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting m mbers invited. Anna
Kissel. N. G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 72S Twenty-third St
Woodmen of the World Weber
Webor Camp No. 74. meets in K. ol
P. ball In the Utah National bank
building eery Thursday evening at S
o'clock. Vlalting Woodmen cordially
InHed to attend Fred E. Williams.
C C, E, Auth. Clerk, First National
Ladles of the -.Maccabees Silver
Hive No. 1, ,L. O. T. M.. ircets ev
crv Thursday afternoon at 2:."0
o'clock in the I O. O. F. hall. 2416
Washington avenue. Vlslf,ng mem
bors cordially Invited to attend.
Kathryn Eggleston, U C. 740 Wash
ington avenue L. Jennie Prom. It K.,
2455 Van Burcn avenue.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Dlvlsioj, No. 124. O R C,
meets Eccond and fourth Fridays at
2.30 p. m., Jn K. of P. Hall, c'prnor
Washington avenue and 24th street.
All brothers are cordially invited to
attend. C. H Pearson. C. C. D L.
Boyles, S and T.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first nnd third Fridays at 8 p. ra., at
K. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
dially invited. Andrew W Nelson, I.
P. Wm. Muller, Sec and Troas., 25S2
Knights of Pythias Ogden Lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythlps, meets at
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, ecry Monday evening. All K. of
P.'s requested to meet with us, Geo.
U. HarL C. C. W G. Kind. M. of E.
W. L Underwood. K. of R. & S
Modern Wndmen of America
Utah Camp, No. 9990 moets every flint
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, ut " K of " P. hall, Twenty
fourth nnd Washington avenue Visit
ing members Imited A. G. Jonc3,
Consul. I. H. Shaf-r, Clerk.
Royal Neighbors oi America Meets
ecry first and thlra Tuesday night (
of each month at 8 p. m., " at tby i
Moose hall on 25th St, Voting neigh- '
bors invited Dues can be paid to '
.Mrs Anna RJes-Flnley. M D., room
21 LowIb block India Sawyer. Or
acle, 1918 Jackson LIHiai Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Order of OwIb Ogden Nes No.
1?.18. Order of Owls, meets ovory
Friday cenlng in Eagles' hall, oi:
HudEon avenue at S o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls aro Invited to attend
the Nest meetings. W H Wrisht,
President. T. S Shaughnessv, Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Acrlo, No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday ovenlng at Eagle hall.
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles aro Invited to attend
tho acrio meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 n m. Thos. Leslie. W. Presi
dent. E. R Gelger. Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlelgh, Aorle Physician.
Brotherhood of American Yoemon
Ogden Homestead, No 1506, mectb on
2 and 4 1 Tuesday evening .at K P.
hall. Vlaltlnj Archers are cordially
invited to meet witb us W. S.
O'Brien, Foreman. 2528 Grammorcy
avenue. J. A, Junk, Correspondent,
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
ING OF THE JAMES COAL AND
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual stockholders' meeting of the
James Cdal and. Ico company of Og
den, Utah, will bo hold at tho offico
of the company, No. 22H0 Wall avenue.
Ogden. Utah, on Monday ovenlng, No
vemhor 11. at '?,0 o'clock, at vhlch
time the roport.s or th0 officers will
be made, directors elected for th en
suing year and such other business
transacted a$ shall legally come be
fore the meeting.
Secretary James Coal and Ice Co
Dated .thlB 3Qth day 0f October, A! D.
1912. " (Advertisement)
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
75c per line per month, payable In
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (ovor Nye's
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ae.
(K VAN KAMPENPhone fc.83 for up.
holsterlngf muttroB! making, re
s(re,tchlug of bed fprlngs
FURS cleaned and rcmodeW; skin's
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street
OGDEr; JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phone us" up: wo
will call for It Bell phone. 225-K-;
CITY SCAVENGER, McCartv & Co..
2723 Grant. Bell phone 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
"lothlng and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap A Slner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw ntv-firth St. 6-13-lyr.
RK 'l NOW jive your heating
Btovqs a thought then Summerllj,
2301 Washington Ae
Dr Adna Davidson. Dr. Margarot M.
Burns, office 33G T.th St Phone
7-1. Res Phono 1C17-J. Over
PAINTING, paperhanging a'ld tinting.
Y don Hortog. phono 571 -R
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERN.LUND, Phvslclan, and
Surgeon. Offico hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Pecrj Bldg.. Hudson Ave Phone
19C1-W Residence phone 2129-W. G4G
Was! ington avenue G-ll-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
V. S DONALDSON SONS. 2452
Grnr.. or phone 127. G-11-lrao
SPIELL CORSET. Mr Smith.
TRUNK 2P AIRING "
HAVE Gallacbcr repair vn-ir trunk?
Ogicn Trunk Factory, 2i5o Gram
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571-R. 7-5-tf
VETERINARY SURGEON .
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phons 828.
Offl"c nnd Hospital, 215C Washington
Want advortlsemonts cost one cent
per word each Ibsuc, or 5 cents Pr
lino of "ue words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
27 cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flvc avr-age words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance- No exception to this
YOUNG or middle-aged women to
help organize clubs. $2.50; S hours.
5G3 2ord. ll-l-2t
MIDDLE aged dishwasher and dlnng
; room girl. The VirgliH l0-29-2wk
I GIRL to do cooKljig. Jancastor House,
2Gth street. 10-21-tr
UlRL for general housework, small
family Phone 153-J. 2573 Fowler
GIRL or woman for house work in
small family. Inquire Mrs. C. S.
Murphy. 422 27th. 10-19-tf
EXPERIENCED girl or woman for
general housework. 432 27th.
MIDDLE-AGED woman for house
work. Mrs Abbo Scowcroft, 2350
WANTED Steady young ladies to
train for nursing nt tho Burgess
WANTED Good woman for general
housework, good wages. Apply 724
24th street. Call In mornings.
POSITION by elderly lady to do gen
eral house work. Address, Situa
tion, caro Standard. 10-31-lwk
POSITION ns dressmaker helper Ad-dres-
C D. Care Standard
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop.
23G9 Washington. 10-31-tf
ENERGETIC men; salary and com
mission; permanent position, and
good opportunity for jf potion Ad
dress Box 774, Ogden- - 10-31-It
BOYS wanted at Western Union Tele
graph office. 10-2S-Lwk
JANITOR or watchman. Rear 270
'22nd SL ' " I0-5-lmo
"STATE or vDISTRIGT AGENT .
company; liberal policy j InsureB both
sexes; claim settlements and busi
ness methods strongly commended bv
Insurance examiners. Our liberal pro
fit sharing contract gvcs wpnderful
opportunity for large permanent in
come to capable producers or organ
izers. Address FEDERAL CASUALr
TY, Detroit, Mich., giving references."
FOR RENT Furnistieu, new, clean,,
comfortabjq houuekeeping rooms, $2
wk. tjP 5SG Cist at- 3-13-lyr
3-ROOM, electric lights; city water.
2G27 Lincoln. 10-31-lwk
3 or 4 ROOMS, cheap to right parties
at my new homo, 244 27th St.
TWO furnished rooms; gentleman
preferred. 435 28th "sL Pnone"C32-
J- , 10-29-lwk
FURNISHED light houeofceeplng
room?; strictly modern. 569 22d
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping
at 2032 and 2038 Farr s aVo.
MODERN rcoms for housekeeping In
qdiie loom i Ogden theater.
ROOMd, also houBCitccping, gas.
lange. Beitman Block, -.. Wash,
NICELY 'furnished rooms. Phono 70S
HOUSEKEEPING roouu.. 171 22nd dt.
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats.
2031 Grant. 9-2G-6mo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and URiuvnished, at drphouro Hotel.
Phone 127!. - " 9-6-tf
FUHN1SHED rooms for housekeep
ing. nncQt, to suit. Utaljna. 7-23tI
FREE bat a; prices moderate, must
be rented 210S .'Washington AVo
TWO modern front rooms for light
housekeeping. 2G1U Mouroo 1S78-R.
BOARD AND ROOM.
MEf,R03Et-FIne location: board,
stca heated rooms., lowest rates.
2G39 Jefferson. 10-14-lwk
BOARD AND KCOM.
l" WANT board and .room with bath,
on bench, 3 blocks from hlsh school;
Ehall bring piano. Addjress Male High
School Teacher, Standard office. ,
NOVEMBER 25. large, clean, modern
4 -room pottage, pantry' and beauti
ful yard. S57 23d sL 11-1-lwk
A FIVE-ROOM modern bouse at 2739
Wash ave. Inquire Hess Bakery.
MODERN 8-room house. 2769 GranL
Inquire phone 95-W. 10-30-lwk
DON'T pay rent. Will sell on month
ly paymentB a beautiful 5 -room
modern pressed brick bungalow, now
being completed, at 225S Qulncy ave.
FOUR room cottage. Inquire 123
Poplar ave, near depot 10-2G-lwk
6-ROOM. modern, brick house. 579
2ttb SL Apply Horocks Bros.
A COMFORTABLE three-room house
on 22d st., $S per "month, Inquire
room 403 First National Bank bldg.
4 AND 5-ROOM house, $10 per mo.
4-ROOM apartment; strictly modern,
hot water and heat. 224S Jeff.
SIX-ROOM flat, modern, 622 24th St.
Over Faris Grocery, $13.00 per
month. Phone G09. 10-1,8-tf
4-ROOM New, brick, strictly modern,
piano, screened porches SSO 2lst
S Phono 1174-V. 10-28-lwk
Wanted Small muaern furplshed
hpuao, by responsible business man
3 In family. Phone Marlon hotel.
FURNISHED Tho Cv.rcj Apartments
Modern Jo'iC Wash. Ave 3-5-tl
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just east nt
the Standard office Is lor ront. ei
ther all or part Inquire at Standard
REASONABLE pricefs. v 14 54 -J. 278'
22d et. 10-29 -lwk 1
" LOST - I
. i- !
LOST Gold watch charm, iiotwcqu
29th and 31st sts Return to J. C
Schanck, '2953 Child?. Reward.
LOST--LADY'S' gold watch.and fob in
business district'. Reward, return
to this office. 10-2S-lwkj
MONEY TO LOAN H
MONEY TO LOAN" o'n Real .Estato; fM
$100.00 up, real etatA rpnlrncts and
mortgages bought and soliT. .
RICHSEL INVESTMENT CO. IH
2478 Washington Ave. . Upstairs.
-j : - l H
MONRY to loan on ical estate u'ecUr- IH
ity J. J. Brummitc, -27-tf I H
MONEY to' loan on watches, dla-
raonds. jewelry, flrearmi, etc., . H
Uncle Sam's-Loan OffIc, ejtaqlicbeU H
1H85. Tho Money Lndors of Ogdcu ' H
27S 26th St. C. H. Smith, Prop M
" yi: , H
CHATTEL loann, salary loans.' You - H
can K,et It todiv. Cheapest -rates. ' H
best and 'most private terms In Utah. H
D. P. Drac, over Paine fc Hurst. H
MORTGAGE LCAN3 on lmprnrtd H
PMWBrxclt-yft,p,2fler- HUNTER A H
KENNEDY, 302 First National BI.1g. M
" W2-tf ,
PASTURAGE ' H
PASTURING anT feeding hoTsesloT ' H
the winter. V. J. Hestmark, Kanes- . H
vllle, ph;ne 5-K-2. lQ-25-tf I
1 WILL TRADK. a good Irrigated wn H
in I-intnh county with t'ocl and JH
lmpro.ements for a homo in' Ogden H
Aadress D. P. R.f Standard. i0-2S-r,t 'H
VANTEa IHSCELLA.NFiOUS H
COWS' wanted, Phdne 4l-N " M
- 10-30- Imo jl
ONE HUNDRED head of horfllsnior H
pasture. Smith ranch. Ncrth Ogden. H
I Phoqe 3-Z. 10-23-lmo M
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phono H
2305-W. 10-18-lmo H
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Kn(ght 1
Phono 1344-W 10-9. Imo IH
CURTAINS laundered.' Mrs. ICnight,
1344 Washington. 10-9-3 mo H
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Green- H
wood. 13S9-J, 9-2S-lmo H
FOR SALE OR TRADE H
BUSINESS property on 24th sL near
the. postoffice, co exchange for farm H
or residence property Phone 107S-W H
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE M
FINE ruoJerq homes, ?1J00 'arid up;
easy terms. Phone 1427. H
10-S-lmo ' M
20 ACRES of good land G miles from IH
county court house, good .water H
right, four room house. 70 yd ting ap- H
pie trees. Terms. 1-2 down, 7 per H
cent on balance. Tel. 23.N.-2. H
it ' - H
25 ACRfi farm. 17 acres farm or bVot H
land v good water right, S acres -pas- H
ture and yard. Torms half .down,) 7 ( H
per cent on. balance. Teb23 ,'-2. H
FOR SALE eppsharep of Montello IH
Salt stocky 5 cents a Ehare, C. T., H
Care Standard, iO-31-iwk IH
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- IH
lator and 2-coIor ribbon, $36! Gcpd jH
machine? for ront, $2 month Type- lH
writer Exohange, 425 24th 10-29-lmo JH
FRUIT cart barber's furnace. 400 H
gal, tank, coal chute, cauldron, don- I llH
tal chair, sax&phone, 5rroom brick i
house. Bell 33S.- Jl
TYPEWRITERS Bargains f6r saler , IH
rentals, supplies, repairs. Ogden , H
Typewriter " Exchange, 425 24th st, H
Phone 88. 10-21-lmo ' JiH
ROOMING house and roato.urant. H
cheap; well locatqd on 25th street. , H
Celly &'HerrlcV 9-19-tt I H
' i H
VACUUM CLEANERS M
ELECTRIC Santos (1 day or $3 wth M
operator. "Phone SS. "Electric Serv- ,M
ico Co., 425 24th st. 10-29-3wk 'M
XllVlijj CAKD H
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. IH
(Mountain Time.) M
OENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- H
ROAD COMPANY. 1
West Bound. Arrive H
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall. .12:10 a.m. M
No. 40D Tintic Passenger.. 11: 35 a.n. M
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40 p.m. M
No. 5 Chlcigo-San Fran- H
cisco Eipresi 3:50 p.m. ' H
East Bound. Depart. H
No. 6 Sn Franclsco-Chl- H
cago Express , 7:15 a.m. H
No. ilO Tjntlc Passiigor.. 1 -'10 p.m. H
No. 2 Atlantic Coaat Ltd.. 3:50 p.m H
No. 4 Atlantic Coast. MalL 5;50p.m H
Fine roadbed, elegant ecfilpment. H
unsurpassed scenery City Tlckot Of- H
lice. Reed Hotel Bldg. H
F. FOUTS Acr.t B
Electric Way -Between x H
Ogo'en and Brigham H
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1911, 1 H
G:0 a. m "..x "..0u u m ' M
7.30 a. ra 4:30 p u f( H
9:00 a. m G.OO p u i'I
10:30 a. m'. 7:30 p m. 14H
12:00 noon . 9;C0 p. m LM
1:30 p. m U:10 p. m. VfH
First , train from Og'dca starts (rotu M H
O. R, T. Depot. Air others sLii t from j H
Unipn Depot. M
It. Ogden. tralnp stop. only al S, u H
& Ogdcp Depot. O. R. T. Depot and ; j H
Five Points j J M
CANYON LINE H
Effective Oct. 11, 1912 fM
Car Will Ieao the l n)3n Depot fr: , jH
the llerinitoo at 7:-tp a. m. and evorv H
!our and twentv luinutcb thrtafter H
until SO p. m I JH
Car will then leave for tho Sanlta- . .H
rlum at 7:30 p. m., S:3fJ p. ra. and 9. -SO ' H
last car wljl leave tho Hermitage, al H
7:00 p, m. (,jH
' Last car will ,Io.ito tho Sauitarium , dl
;t;io:Oo pm. ;' jM