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SfoSB Should a Married
'SS Woman
rftLL Be "fe.ohteljr dependent upon her
IPPi VW hu.bandflnancr.il,? HM,c.riBht
"titocltt to-j portion cf M ncome ,eCU' t
KJo- "W ",do m her naln' m return for tho
rmM- parl s!l bcaTa " tio homo ?
' ypPClB Should .he be helplcM to prerent her
III. tyJI " from mortBagiBB homo and
V" H $fcj.IS , " e" 8ho do" not "PProTO of
AlByt oPnditcre7
JiJJ)iS. I the bearine of children a dutr when
Jj?jr " ":" considered and norer
r"l B,ven ' in affairs which aro
jm, EJUlunllr rital?
jfKjl These are some of the problems
I fffililll diactzssed in
m The Wind Before
Jt e Dawn
! By DELL H. MUNGER
--3l Tills u the epic of Kansas. It tells
-$J the story of a girl, young, vigorous,
,! 1w happy n spite of miserable home
48 in' conditions and the frightful hardships
ijf-"2S of the prairie pioneers. She marries
m the man she loves, and then comes her
'Gttlh-CT rcn' Prhlcm, in that her husband.
.M John Hunter, develops tho customary
UtfPf attitude of considering his wife as a
irM necessary piece of farm machinery.
tnP; T& - surprising situation arises and the
r ,Jj5 tangled lives straighten out finally in .
Clitlft, ' camax which is very dramatic.
OA'fcj ; The real valuo of the book is that it
"QUllM """"gs trUc n every line.
tyjfit Illustrated in color
by Thomas Fogarty
jifil Net $i3s
mm Doubleday, Page & Co.
al
ISlade9s
Transfer
Phone 321. 408 25th Street
We have the largest van n t na
city. Quick service. Moving, ship
ping and handling pianos rompt
freight delh'orles. Furniture mov
ing a specialty. Storage at reason
able rates.
1 CLARA BERGES f
Private Hospital )
jj IDEAL SITUATION W
j EXPERT ATTENDANCE Q
j Medical Siinjical r.nd Obstot- $
"mrwi; ; v vr,u .Tim j (mwiecMi
J 322 Twenty-fifth St
fl Special Dinner 25J J
Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p m. ,
j Omner from 4 to 8 p m. i
I Lee and Foon, Managers J
Billiken
Housecleaning Company
KOUSFCLEANIN IN ALL ITS
BRANCHES. Wallpaper cleaning
kalsomining. painting. upholster
ing, furniture repalrinc by expert
workmen Charges reasonable
Residence 2223 Washington. Phono
22S9-M.
Office, Phone'l341-J.
STYLEPLUS 5 1 H
CLOTHES J-
g Watson-Tanner Go.
Ijg ! : ( 1ETTER COME TO
m " I 1 CRAWSHA W'S
K ; . H 219 25th Street,
It it H
5 ' n And have a few post cards tak-
S y en $1.00 the dozen.
3 iMlMijM'lWWi'lnMiTTl
w The Newport
I Cafe
' JIM, WONG-WE, Managers.
WM 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
jDt. Open Day and Night.
JA ; I Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats.
& I Tho Bread with the Homo-
10$ S Made Flavor. 1
rffifl 1 MOTHER'S CHOICE 1
Ivii 1 Made by I
i : 0 DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING I
It R COMPANY H
t U 2258 Grant Avenue
; S "
t "i L(r 5fr Tn-i Cooi Enoayh"
I FALSI AFF CAFE
i K THOS. FEENEY, Prop.
B "WE FIX ANY DAM THING." S
j Bicycles, motorcycles and auto- H
J mobile work. M
1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
OGDEN NOVELTY WORKS,
R 2576 Wash, Ave. Phone 794
Read tho Classified Ads.
WHERE TO VOTE
ON ELECTION
NOV. 5
The polling places In the county
follow.
City.
First May L. Shlpp, 304 Thirty
third. Second Mrs. E. P Brown, 29Q1
Child's avenue.
Third Recorder's office, City hall.
Fourth Addle Angel, 12C Poplar
avenue.
Fifth Third Waul amusement hall.
Sixth Lee Anderson, 354 Twenty
third. Seventh N". G. U. Armory, 211
Twenty-fourth.
Eighth Mooro's store, 1266 Wash
ington avenue
Ninth Syrelln's store, 90S Wash
ington avenue.
Tenth Shaw Mercantile company,
20P. Washington avenuo
Eleventh Chas E. Forbes, 015
Twenty-first street.
Twelfth Court house, Twenty
fourth street.
Thirteenth Fred Foulger's, 710
Twenty-fourth.
Fourteenth H. C. Wardlelsh, 2210
Qulncy avenue.
Fifteenth Cigar factory, 451 Twenty-fifth
Sixteenth Fifth Ward amusement
hall.
Seventeenth Garner'B store, H100
Washington avenue
Country Districts.
Burch CrcoH leo A Harris' resi
dence. 425 Thirty-aKth street.
Eden Eden amusement hall.
Farr West Farr West amusement
hall.
Hanlsville Levi J. Taylor's resi
dence I
Hooper Xo. lO. P. Gvrllllnm' '
residence I
ITooDcr Xo. 2 Relief Socletv hall '
Hunts IUp Rook nnvicement hall.
K?nc5 'IHe Old meeting lions0 j
LlbTP LU'ertv Amusement hall.
Marriott Meeting hoi'sc.
North Ogden Anson Thornton's
store.
Plain City Old adobe hall.
Pleasant View Meeting house. '
Randall Heber rtandall's resi
dence Rherdalc Rlverdale Amusement
hall
Rov School hose.
Slntervllle Meeting house.
Uintah tTint9b amusement hall.
Warren Dnn Stewart'B residence.
West Weber Xo. 1 Archibald Mc
For'nnd's resldenc'e w ''
Wrst Weber No. 2 Wm. Gibson's
residence.
Wilson Meeting house.
GOVERNOR VILSON AT e
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Rochester. N. Y., Nov 2 Governor
Woodrow Wilson, in his speeches her3'
last night, directed an attack on the
United Stales senate as a ''citadel of
private interests." declaring tho peo
nlo had not had possession of that !
body for a generation. i
Tho speaker said confusion and in- ,
ceFsant contest would result during I
he next four ears with a. poatpone
ment of legislation unless both houso
of congress as "well as the presldonc
were "Democratic through and
hrough "
Holding that the two chief iisucs of
the campaign are the tariff and the
trusts, he reiterated that without dis
turbing the healthy future of Ameri
can business, he proposed to have
"special fnvors cut out of the tariff."
Ho announced that he intended to
fight for tho rest of his life to de
lstro private monopoly.
The governor said that monopoly
could be prevented by making Illogal
all unfair methods of competition. Uc
outlined among these tho system of
LEGAL.
j ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Stockholders of tho Overland Min
ing and Milling company, attention
At a meeting of the board of direc
Otrs held In Ogden Clt, Utah, Octo
ber 24, 1912, an assessment of one
mill per share was loled against the
capital stock of the corporation, the
same payable immediately to the sec
retary at 674 23d street, Ogden Clt.
Utah. If not paid on or before No
vember 26, 1912, the stock will be
advertised as delinquent, and if not
paid on or before December 6, 1912.
sufficient shares will be sold at pub
lic auction, 674 23d street, at 3 o'clock
p in of that day, to pay delinquen
cy, cost of advertising and expenso
of sale. E. M. COXROY,
PreBldenL
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the Municipal court within and
for the City of Ogdon, County of We
ber, State of Utah. Before Hon. W.
H Reeder, Jr.. municipal judge and
ex-ofllc!o Justice of the peace Charles
Deru, plaintiff, vs Mrs jcanolte Rich
ard, defendant
The State of Utah to said defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear before the aboe entitled court
within ten (10) days after the service
of this summons upon 3'ou, if served
within the county in which thlB action
is brought, otherwise within twenty
(20) days after this service, and de
fend the above entitled action. In
case of your failure to do so, judg
ment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of tho com
plaint in Bald action, which was filed
In said court on the 6th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1912.
To tho sheriff or any constable of
Weber county, greeting.
Make legal oervico and due return
horeof.
Witness Hon. TV. H. Reedor, Jr.,
Judge of said court, with the seal
thereof, thlB 28th day of September,
1912. I. N. FULTON,
(Seal.) Clork.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of tho Second
Judicial Dlstilct In and for the County
of Weber, Stale of Utah.
In the matter of the Estate of TV1U
ford E. Cragun, Deceased.
Creditors will prosent their clalmB
with vouchers to the undersigned ad
ministrators, at the law offices of Jo
seph Chez, Esq., at Rooms 403-404
First National Dank building, Ogden,
Utah, on or before February 10, 1913.
HYRUM J CRAGUN.
MARY ANN CRAGUN,
EDMUND CRAGUN,
Administrators.
JOSEPH CHEZ.
Attorney for tho Estate of Wllford E.
1 Crugun, Deceased.
$HE EVENING STANDAED. OGDEN. ITTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912. - - - 3' M
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
MODERN HOME
A modern fjveroom cottage,
bath, toilet, stationary waGh fix
tures, closets, large pantry, elec
tric chandeliers, nice lawn, trees,
large lot running back to alley.
Four blocks south of Union depot.
This Is a great snap at $2200, $20O
down, balance like paying rent.
underselling in a local market and i
discrimination b monopolies wh.cn
control raw materials against firms
that would not enter their comblna-'
lions.
The receptions accorded the gover
nor at both meetings' were of prolong
ed enthusiasm. One demonstration
lapted twenty minutes. The govorno:
said ho was glad to be so received
in an admittedly Republican strong
hold." "Do you realize that the people ol
:he United Staus listen I had control
of the sQiiato-ui die L tuted Stateb m
our time.' iim.uu the governor. .V,
iimndiuo Oi the people has ever g"'
through that bod.. You have got -.o
capture that citadel of private inter
est. "If ou postpone your relorms Ion":
ou- wilj n)Qh ovor. paxX In lue
I'nltod SUcf, bicnui?e there arc
things to be dune und w.o ca.aa.ot
valt." - , ,
. -QO ,
TnkloQ Hln JVfedlclpo.
Harry Furplns. the English aumor
lyt. was, talking' to aNow York report
er about AmericxVs wonderful captain ,
of Industry "Uut a ca,ptain of Indus
try." said Mr Furnias. "Is lit iJhe last ,
pnnlysls. Jubt a man. ; 1th- son'uo i
fnough to get otbc people to do hla
bnrd unpleasant wSrk for him 1'know
a Utile boy bo wll! probably grow ip
to bo a trerandm: captalp or Indus
try. His nurse aid to this boy Jne
day: 'Come, Tonimy. tji'.te your des
of Jalap llko a pood nl'Ud wjthnut
making and further trorbl Your fn
ther says he'll give you five coots if
you do.' "I'll toll you what, nurscV
said the youngster eagerly, 'you take
tho Jalap for me. and then 111 give
you tvo cents and only keop throe for
myself.' "
A Nature Student.
Tho lato Tohn R Arbuckle, the cof
fee king, who left an estate of 100.
000.000, often said that a part of his
success was due to bis knowledge of
human nature "In selling coffee '
Mr Arbucklo once said to a Now Yn-k
coffee broker, "you should exercloc
the same keen dlscretloa which the
druggist showed A woman, you
know, a woman well on In years, en- '
tcred a drugsl6t3 nnd 6aid 'Have
you any croams for restoring the com
plexlonT,. 'Restoring, miss"' You
mean preiervisg." said the druggist
heartily And he then sold' the worn-
an J17 worth of complexion creams." I
Read the Classuiea Ads. I
LEGAL.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
IMG OF THE JAMES COAL AND
ICE CO.
Notice is hereby given tbzt the an- j
nual stockholders' mooting of the
James Coal and Ice company of Og
den, Utah, will be held at tho otfice
of the company, No. 2230 Wall avenue.
Ogden, Utah, on Monday evening, No-
vember 11, at 7 SO o'clock, at which
time tho reports of the officers will
be made, directors elected for the en
suing car and such othor business
transacted as shall legally come be-1
fore the meeting.
Secretary James Coal and Ice Co.
Dated thih 30th day of Octobor. A D
1012. (Advertisement!
SALE OF ANIMALS FOR DAMAGES
State of Utah. Countv of "Weber, In
the Farr West i rcclnct of said county
I have in my possession the follow
ing described estra animal, uhlch if
not claimed nnd taken away, will be
sold at public auction to the highest
cash bidder at my corral. Farr Vcst
precinct, on Monday, the lllh day of
November, 1912, at the hour of 2 p. jii
(Description of Animal.)
One brlndle yearling heifer branded
Q on the left side, with both ears
cropped
Said animal Is hold by me to secure
the pament of $3 00 damages done by
said animal upon the premises of II.
D Brown, on the 22nd day of October,
19J2. C. A GROBERG,
Poundkeeper for Farr West Precinct
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
State of Utah, County of Wobcr, Og
den CJty. as.
I havo In m possession the fol
lowing described estray animals,
which, if not claimed and taken away,
will be sold to tho highest cash bld-d-r.
at 18 IS Washington avenue, In
Ogden Clo, Utah, on Monday, the 11th
day of November, 1012, at tho hoar of
1 p. m.'
One light bay mare; left hind foot
white: branded 7G on left thigh, shoes
on; about s,even years old; weight
about 950 pounds
Said estrays were taken up by mo
In said city on tho 28th day of Octo
ber, 1912.
FRANK A. NA1SBITT,
Poundkeeper of Ogden City, Utah.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalks in Side
walk District No. 117, being 29th
street from Adams avenue to Grant
avenue, under plans and specifications
prpparcd by tho City Engineer and
approved by the Board of Commis
sioners, will be received at tho office
of tho City Engineer, In the City Hall,
at Ogden City aforesaid, until lQ.
o'clock a. m. on the 6th daj of No
vember, 1D12.
At which time all proposals rcceiv-1
ed will txJ publicly opened and read
aloud.
Planp and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at tho office
of the City Engineer.
The right Js reserved to reject any
or all bids and to walvo all defects.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners. H. J. CRAVEN,
City Engineer.
First publication Octobor 1Q, 1912.
Last publication November 5, 1912.
NEW HOME
A brand new four. room cottage,
with city w:ter and electric lights,
pantry, closet, large porch; good
lot running back 150" feet to alley.
This is an elegant dlttle home for
a railroad man and can be had for
$1200, $150 down, and $15 per
month; low rate" of interest.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Masonic Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4. O. E S., rogular neetlngb held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue between Twonty-flfth and Twen-ty-Plxtb
streets, tbo first and third
Frldavs of each month Sojourning
mombors cordially imitcd to attend.
Uly V Halslcad. W. M. Callle E
Cave, Secrelury.
Unity Lodge, No. IS, F. k A M
Masonic Temple 2?30 Washington
aenue Muet.ngs eeiy XVcdnesd.lv
eienlus at 7 SO p in;. Ttfouibera o'f
Sistor Lodges and sojourcluj; V.etr.rcn
cordlalh incited to atWncl B U
HerrJngtoii, W M. Felh, T, Moore,
Secretary.
Women, of Woodcraft .Odcn Cir
cle .No. vSSl,, meets, arqrv Wedjiesdaf
night nt 7 30"o'r-lQpj K, or P. halu
Vlstiitg neighbors Invitijd. Duos can
be paid io Dr.AI!ciM. Ridgf. M..D.
75S j,ewjs blacli, 'Blizctrj Best.
G. ., 243 Lincoln avenufe. phone
J903-J. Many twites. Clerk'. J731
j Monroe aetme '
Sotfo Lily Circle No' 171 menrs ev
I cry i(coii(! aiid '.foujth Thur$da
ni5hta a,t a p. TA., in L 0 H. !' hU."
"icUir,'g uoibliprf Mordlatlly in Vert'
Mary K. filfcxtf .Q.-N-. M 3 Is: & -KaIc
He :v.on, CltfrJ,Uol pUon) '1-171
ff I Follows -O'11" lX'e, V'l :,
lutpi.vlei ,OtlrA or !dtl BHowi,
iiMlsr'fj O ",af e-orv TtK-6-ft
a oniny Vr&irf&tf o-oihers cor
d?aITy und to il ' piemen i i H.
,CandlTl, N. G. tleu'rj Klaacll Sec
retary. Q leen f'lty. Rebekah Lodge, No. 4.
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members invited Anna
Klssol N. Ci. Emma Moid, Rornrdlnn
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St
. Woodmen of the World -Weber
I Weber Camp No 74, meets In K of
P ball Ip the Utah National bank
building overy Thursday evening at 8
o'clock Visiting Woodmen cordiall
InJled to attend Fred E Williams,
C. C , E. Auth. Clerk, Flra,t National
bank building.
i Ladies of tho MaccabccB Sliver
Hive No. 1. .L. 0. T. M., mect6 ov
orv Thnrsrlav afternoon at 2:0
o'clock In tho I. O O F hall, 24 1G
1 Washington avenue Vlsltn; inem
hera cordially imitcd to attend
Kathryn Egglcaton, L C. 7 Wash
ington avenue L Jennio Prout, it K.,
LM55 Vnn Buron avenue.
Order of Railwa Couduotors Wa
satch Dlvislo.i, No 124, O. R C,
meets second and fourth Frluay? at
2.30 p m.. In K of P Mall, corner
Washington aenue and 2-ltb street
All brothers are cordially Invited to
attond. C. H. Pearson. C C. D L.
Iloylos, S and T.
Royal Highlander Meet every
first and third Fridays at S p m.. at
1C. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
dially Invited Andrew W, Nelson, I
P. Wm Muller. Sec. and Trcas., 25S2
Washington Ave.
Knights of I thins -Ugden ldge
No 2, Knights of Pviblas. meotn at
Castlo hall, Utah National biink build
Inj, evcr Mondaj evening AM K of
P.'s requestod tu meet wltb us,. Geo
B. Hart. C C W G Kind, M. ut E.
W. L Underwood. K. of R d S
Modem 'i idmep of Amer:u
Utah Camp. No. PDOo meets every llrst
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, at K. of P hall. Twenty
fourth and Washington uvenuu Visit
ing members inrlted A G. Junes.
Consul. J H, Shafir. Clerk
Rojal Neighbors of America Mccta
every first and third Tuesday night
of each month at 8 p ra.'ai the
Mooso halj on 25th St. V'Jltlng neigh
bors invited. Dues can bo paid to
Mrs Anna Rea-Finlcy M. D.. room
21, Lewis block India Sawyer, Or
acle, 194S Jackson. Liillai Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Order of Owls Ogden Nes No
1218. Order of Owls, meets ovory
Friday eronlng in Eagles' hall, oc
Hudson avonue at 8 o'clock. ViBillng
Brothor Owjs aro inltcd to attend
the Nest meetings. W H. Wright,
President T S Shaughnessy. Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie, No. 116, F O E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle hall
Hudson aenue, at 8 o'clock Visiting
brother Eagles aro Invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thos. Leslie. W. Presi
dent. E. R, Geigcr, Secrotary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlelgh, Aerie Physician.
Brotherhood of American Yoorncn I
Ogden Homestead, No 15to, racot6 on'
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K P.I
hall. Visiting Archers aro cordlallv
Invltod to meet wltb us. w S.
O'Erlcn. Foreman, 2638 Grammorcy
avenue. J A Junk, Correspondent,
3202 Washington.
Ogdn Fusiness D'reclory
Advertisements In thlc column cost
75c per line per pinth, payable n
advance.
ATTORNEYS
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nyo'i
Clothing Store.) 2411 WnBh avo.
Phono 393.
CARPET CLEANING
K. VAN KAMPrpN Phone SS3 for up
bolstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed rprlnga
PURRIERS-,TAXrDERMIST
FURS cleaned and reraadeled; skins
dressed; work aiiaranteod. T. Ga
Jowsk', 375 23rd street.
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
anj kind of junk, phone us" up; we
will call for it. Bell phone, 32G-K;
Jnu 726. ,
SANITARY WORK
CITY SCAVENGER, McQartv & Co.",
2723 Grant. Bell phono 324.
SECOND-HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HANO furniture"
Nothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Siner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tx .ntv.fifth St, G-13-lyr.
STOVE REPAHtS
RK J'J NOW ?ive your hpatfns
stoves a thoucht then Summr-rlll,
2304 Washington Ave.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
Dr. A'dia Dnidson. Dr. Margaret M.
Purns. office 2"(, r5tb Sf. Phone
J1H7-J Ros Thonc 1C17-J Ovor
Sni.sljcyj
PAINTING PAP53RHANGING
PAINTING, paperhanging a 'd tinting.
- Y de:i Hortog, phone 571-R. '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGE ON
DR. A FERNLUND, Physician and
1 Surgeon Office hbnn- 11 to I p m.
New rcry Bldg. Hudson c Pbonj
19C3 W Rsidenfe phone 2.129-y. G4C
Wasl fngton. aeniio " 6-ll-tf,
PjYUMBI.fe"G AND HEATING"
V. F.PONU.nSON SONS 252
Grap,,. or phone 1Z7.. .. S-.14rltf
- .?A-j5ToRD-5JApis CO&ElS
Uw,-- ; s , T-r
iHWHt.L CpicSf .Vj-e l9mfr
i t TRUNK REPAIlttNG
HAVE Gnllac'ir ropalr n;ir trunks.
Ogden Trunk Fnctoiy, 245o Grant
aenuo 7-lC-lmo
UMBRELLA REPAIRING
PAHASOLS and umbrellas rpcovcred
Bell 571-R. 7-5-tf
VETERINARY SURGEON
E. A. RUNDY. D. V S. Phon; iiiT
lOffl-'o and Hospital. 215C Washington
READ' THIS!"
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FEMALE.
ANY LADY can earn 540.00 monthlv
copying letters, spare time at home
Booklet o cents sliver tells how. Am
erican Copying Association "Washing.
Ion, D. C. . 10-19
VUONG or middle-aged woraon to
help organize clubi. 52.50, S hours.
CG3 23rd ll-l-2t
MIDDLE agi-d dishwasher anj dining
m oui girl Tho Virginia 10-29-2wk
JIHL io do cooking Lancaster House,
Jijtli stietjt. 10-21-U
GIRL for general housework, small
lanillj. Phono 1 53-J. 2573 Fowler
an' 10-21-tf
GIRL or woman for house work In
small family Inquire Mrs C. S.
Murpby. 42i 27th. 10-19-tf
EXPERIENCED girl or woman for
general housework 432 27th.
10-10-lf
MIDDLE-AGED woman for hoube
work. Mrs Abbe Scowcroft, 23o0
Adams 10-17-tf
WANTED Steady young ladles to
train for nursing at tho Burgess
Hospital. 8-13-tf
WANTED Good woman for Keneral
housework, good wases. Apply 724
2ith street. Call In mornings.
9-I2-tf
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E.MALE
POSITION by elderly lady to do gen
eral house work. Address, Situa
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HELP WANTED
MALE.
EH" A German, good English teacher.
P O Bo 11 11-2-21
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop,'
2 '.69 Washington 10-31-tt
ENERGETIC men; salary and com
mission permanent jiOsulon. nnd
good opportunity for promotion Ad
dress Box 774, Ogden TC31-U
BOYS wanted at WTostern Union Tole
graph office 10-2S-lsk
SALESMEN WANTED
NOW IS THE TIME
Wanted Honest business producon,
to sell high-grade groceries to farm
ers and other largo consumers. Bump
er crop Insures record breaking fall
trnde. No Investment; copimisslons
advanced on orders; original plan
Write today. Jqhn Soxton &. Co.
Wholosalo Grocers. Lano & Franklin
ats., Chicago. U-2-lt
SALESMEN WANTED."
i (Conlquedj ,
"VE WANT 'reliable men of standing
In their community to tell guaran
teed groceries direct to consumers at
wholesale. We are the largest house
selling direct by samples. Drop Bhip
monts or carload, Permanent and
profltabio positions. Liberal terras.
Give references. C Hitchcock Hill &
Co Chicago. 11-2-It
SITUATIONS WANTED
MALE.
JANITOR or watchmari. Roar 270
32nd St.- , 10-6-lmo
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR RENT FurntsheC, new. clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2
wk. up 630 Elat st 3-13-lyr
2 FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping with bath. 46G 22nd st.
11-2-lwk
THREE light housekeeping tooius.
32S' Wall arc ' U-2-lwt
3-ROOM, electric lights city vntfir.
2G27 Lincoln. 10-31-lwk
j oi 4 ROOMS, cheap to right parties !
at my ne home. 214 27th St. i
10-30-tf
TtVQ furniGbo4' rooraj, gentlemen
prelerrod. , 185 2&tb sty Puono G32-1
J. " ' . 10-29-lk
ROOMS, Alo hdutoecing. gae,
range. Beitraan Block, 1'zVi Wash,
, 10-2Ulmo
NICELY furnithed rooms. Phono 70S
R. lO-lS-lmc'
HOUSEKErll'lNG lOoiiifc." 171 2'J.nd it !
10-7-lino
FURNISHED and uniurnish'od . (lata.
2531 Granu ." -'5-26-Gmo
HOUSaiCEBPIMJ rooms. lUrnsshod
and uiiLMpifUlvdat (JriJliotiri; jiotl.
Pho,f iCT&! - " ' i-tf-tf
! FURNlSifKD, Voons tar aoliskop-
j . . ' '-T J
KjE.btn pilc m'vlfera; Ui.ibt-;
btjv. omitted. . ,2 $H Wtttflitiifii, i
for R.Eirr ' .-
UNFD&WSHED ROOMS.
oAilGE. front room, sepurie, , ilao
6 ro-ima, jjtJ, wuioi uu iigta.' Ap
ply 2166 Adams. 11-1-1 r.
J TWO modern front rodms" for light
I houBekeeplngy2C10 Monroe. 137S-R.
10-31-lwk
FOR RENT
BOARD AND ROOM.
MELROSE Flno location; board,
I Btea heated rooms, lowest ratps.
2G39 Jefferson. 1Q-14-Iwk
WANTED.
BOARD AND ROOM.
I WANT board and room with bah,
on "bench, 3 blocks from high school
shall bring piano. Address Male High
School Teacher, Standard office.
10-29-tf
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
DON'T pay rent, Will sell on month
ly payments a beautiful 5-room
modern pressed brick bungalow, now
being completed at 225S Qulncy ave.
U-2-lrao
SIX-ROOM cottage, close in; also four
rooms; very reasonable. 2155 Ad
ams aye 11-i-lwk
NOVEMBER 25. large, clean, modern
4 -room cottage, pantry, and beauti
ful jard. S57 23d sL 11-1-lwk
MODERN S-room house. 27C9 Grant.
Inaulre phono 95-W 10-30-1 wk
G-ROOM, modern, brick house 579
24th St. Applv HorocksBros.
10-20-tf
A COMFORTABLE three-room Iioubo
on 22d St., 58 per month. Inquire
room 103 First National Bank bldg.
I0-18-tf
J AND 5-ROOM house, $i0 per mo.
Wedell. 10-lS-lmo
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS
1-ROOM apartment, strictly modern;
hot water and heat 224S Jeff,
10-2S-lwk
SIX-ROOM flat, modern. 622 24th r.t.
fl5 per month. Phone 609 10-lS-tf
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES,
4 -ROOM Now, brick, Btrictly modern,
piano, screened porches 880 21st
St. Phone, 1474-W. 10-28-lwk i
FOR RENT '
FURNISHED APARTMENTS.
FURNISHLD--Th Curej A pa tmeiua
Modfxn 233i: Vasn Avo 3-5-r,
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT baRding jiul oftst of
tho Slaiulard Q&4ce isfor-rnt, ei
ther all or part luquiie at StandarJ
office. 9-2fi-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
MOM'Vi 1) LOAN i.u la Eat:
10lK00 up; rml esutf conirACts-aad
niortijuiip! lioujjhi a.m sold.
RlOHSEL? LnVKSTMENT CO.'
247b Uasulugton Avfj. Upstairs,
MONEY to loan on loai estate cjir
Uy. J. J Bruinmlu. ' 4-J7-tf
MONBSY to loan ota wtitches, dia
monds, jowolry. f.'reflTtui, etc,
Uncle Sam's Lqu Office, cMabliatftd j
LSS.'i Tho Money I.on.'J Of Otfi!.
27S 25;b St C H Srau j Pqn
CHATTEL loanb, sa Jo." - V-J- '
can get It today. Pj?ayc.u r.nos
bebt nnd most private u-rms in Utan
D D Drake over Paine & Hiiist
MORTQAGF. LOANS on Imnro"f'l
fajm or rlty proporty. HUNTER A
KENNEDY, 302 Ptrtt NaUooal J3ldg.
' :pasturage . ; ; ; " , jl. M
PASTURING and feedinc Ixirsca'-'tor ' fc MM
the wiuior. V. J. f Ip-ilmar, KaucJ- k. jH
TiUe. Rhone 5-K-2. lO-SB-lf ' , H
TRADE. H
I WILL TRADE a gcoJ. 'rjjpatcfi iam ) ' M
hi .Uintah county with cUick and jl IH
Improvements for a Jionio in Ogden. IH
Address D. P. R Standard. 10-2S-",; ,t H
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS : M
WANTED Loan of 53,000 for threo r 1
or five ;eara on first clase real es- H
tate eecnrlty. AddrcB's Loan, 'Cafe h IH
Standard- , xi 2.,2t p H
COWS wanted. Phono 41-N2. e IH
lO-SQ-lmo H
ONE HUNDRED hoad of horses for f H
pasture. Smith ranch, North Ogden. ,b H
Phone 3-Z, 10-23-liao H
LAUNDRY woik, curtains Phono f. H
2305-W, io-15-1 mo b H
CURTAINS Ianpdered. .Mrs. Knight" k
Phone lJi-W 10-9-lino b
CURTAINS laundered. Mrr. Knight ' 1
13 4 1 Washington 10-0-lmo ' i I H
(. FRTAINR laundered Mrs,. Green- H
jvooa, rtSO-J. 9-2S-rao 1
FOR, SALE OR TRADE f
BUSINESS property on 2-ltb st. near j H
the po'.toffice. to exchange fo'r farm jH
or rcaidorce propertj Phone 1078-W - , mm
, iQ-2c-tf f I mm
. -j, - i H
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE j
FINE modern homes. $1,300 and up, H
easy terms. Phone 1127. " IH
10-S-i:no H
20 ACREti of. good land C ratios. rom f H
cortnty court hodw; " good' 'pater 3 H
right, 'four room house, ,70- iouug tp- r H
pie trtep. Torms. l-Z 'doWr-T-jHT i H
cent on -fa jlc. Tel. 23-Jf-3. .-' v H
lit CJCS d.rm, 17' ivcnj tiriu"o!r yk-V m
M, jgrrxu ator rfghj,' S-a,crtps- b H
tujo. and-void. ,Trm iahri - H
Pgr. ,jjcnt cm Uai&o: Tif"2-N'-2 t H
F'WsA'iraSCELLAEOUs:- H
I-t.r .'AT! )-""" fv, rriJ. ff '.JontMo f H
jlf oc. sebfu a cr.aro C.,r 3 H
Care Standard 10-31-lwU H
: ; imm
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- ;. H
Jator and 2-color ribbon, 535, Good ) H
machines for rpnt, 52 luonth. Typ- c H
v. riter Exchange, 425 24th 10-29,-lmo r 'mM
FRUIT cart, barber's furnace, 400 H
gal. tank, coal chute, cauldron, den- c H
tal chair, saxaphone, 5-room brick - H
uouse. Bell 323. H
tl IH
TYPEWRITERS Bargains for sale; fM
rentals, supplies, repairs Ogden o IH
Tjp'ewrlter" Eoccbangp, 425 24h st. IH
Phone SS. 10-21-lmo. 0 H
ii' . i H
ROOMINQ house and restaurant. - H
cheap; well located on 25th street. H
Keny' & HerrlcV. 9:i9'-t WM
VAOUUM GLEANERS I H
ELECTRIC Santos 1 day or 53 with H
operator. Phono SS. Electric Serv- ! MM
ico Co.. 2q 24th st. 10-29-3wk ' B
-,. !
PERSONAL !
MARRY1 interesting particulars U vj'H
(Fre.) Thousands Rich, all ages. ' WM
tired ''living alono. One may be your I WM
Ideal, Write. Mrs. .HYDE. 2679-C. ' jH
Mission 'street, San Francisco, CaL IH
S-17-3t IH
i ' H
DRESSMAKING H
REASONABLE prices 1454 -J,1 27S H
22cfst. 10-29-lwk ' M
LOST I ' H
. . mM
LOST Gold ' watch charm, between IH
39th and 31st sts. Return to J. C. H
Schanck, 2953 Childs. Reward. , H
U-l-lvk H
LOST I-ADY'S gold watch and fob In MM
business district. Reward, return jH
io this office. l'0-2S-lwk jH
RAILROAD M
xhvih; cakjd H
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. I MM
(Mountain Time.)
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- tH
ROAD COMPANY. H
West Bound. Arrive. VMW
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mali.. 12: 10 a-m. , IH
No. 409 TintJc Passenger.. 11:36 a.in. ' MM
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m. H
No. 5 Chicago-San Fran- I tMW
cisco Express 3:60 p.m. vMW
EaBt Bound. Depart , IH
No. 6 San Franclsco-Chl- tMW
cugo Express 7-lfifini. M
No. 410 Tlntlc Passenjer. . l.lOp.nj JMW
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3:50 p.m ' IH
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall 5:50 p. ni I 1
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. H
unaurpnssed Bconery City Ticket Of- vMU
fice, Heed Hoti-t Bldg. i 1
V. FOUTS. Agcr.L I MM
Electric Way Between
.Ogden and Brigham H
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. ' M
Trauii icuve OkUou and Urijjbutn IH
6 30 a. m 3.00 p. cj H
7.30 o. m 1:30 p. au IH
9:00 a. m 6:00 p. oi MM
lo.sri iu,m 7:30 p. m MM
12. 00 noon... 9.C0 p. u. J M
1 W p. W JL;U)n WW
irlraL train iron Ogduu sUti frjpn: I mM
O..R. T. Depot. All othfcrs itprt train H
Union Dtjpot. '- H
In Ogdent trains -stqp only, Et tl H
& Ogdon Dt-pot, O. XL T."-Dpot . MW
Fie Points ' .y H
s W .i h -. -i(' 'u. jif abrt 'jpj ft
,.-.., uA '..etAs p.j5 UKd-ertsi i l')H
.l -I 5 ." r a , ' .ft ' ,'IH
(,-.' r.4JLri.n 1c-7ct, to t?4AfM I H
rium as l:SiMMi , ; MW
' last" car wll!-lcuiiUit HffwSTff k ' H
7:00' p m. 5 (
Lost car will. lea vctlva .StnVaHif- H
at 10:00 p. nx -'"' H
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