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I ' : THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, TJTAH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912. 3 f M
Wh LABOR NEWS OF
Hi J; ALL COUNTRIES
!K A" official call han been sent out
Ml "y Chairman H. B. Perham and Sec
Ki) rotary A. B. Lowe, of the Railroad
ffl! Employers' Department, A. F. of I,
f fr the next regular convention of
If j the department, which is to convene
r "t Rochester, N. Y., at 10 a. m.. Fri
ll day, November S. The department
U consists of ten organizations and it is
J expected that all will bo represented
by delegates at the forthcoming con-,-
5f Bj "Invalidity pensions" anc "old ago
J Kf insurance" for wage workers and
9. m salaried employes are, in some coun
P K tries such as Germany, .A.ustria and
P ft. Belgium, based upon a plan of con-
m PJr tribution by both employers and em
o m i ploycs. the government adding annual
J K subsidies from the national treasury
M or upon the non-contributory, such as
WW, 5 is tho casc ln England and Australia,
without assessing an part of the cx
"S ft penso on the insured
"i; Br 9 report rccontly issued by the
"fcMf American Federation of Labor shows
Kn fortv-four states have adopted an age
r.W limit for tho employment of children
Wm forty-two havo set tho maximum
KJA number of hours for a working week
SjJlfL for children, thirteen have boiler in-
ml fl I spectors, thirty-seven have provided
kji 1 seats for femalo omployes, seventeen
ylf ' make provisions for the protection of
"II workers on buildings, fourteen have
JOBS. official bakerv inspectors, forty-eight
,"& states and the .District of Columbia,
MSxi have laws conserving wages and thir-
hir ty-fivo states havo bureaus of labor
f fl i The Garment Workers' union, of
K'( San Francisco, has adopted rcsolu-
UtS, tlons against the proposed state law
H E providing for a minimum age for
U R working women. The union takes the
I II stand that such a law would tend to
Ijttj lower wages of women workers by the
I.P employers making the minimum wage
KVt I flxedVbv tho state as tho maximum
tflK j -wago." "it Is believed by the garment
J I Kl workers that such matters can bo
JlflDJ j dealt with to better advantage by tho
ItjP j trade-union movement
gjp Reports presented to the nineteenth
IR' convention of tho Brewery Workers'
i Bt I International union show that In the
u.' two 3'ears preceding the convention
IMF there were seventy-four strikes, for-
nK ty-nine of wbich were won, fourteen
af J compromised and eight lost. Four
wero still pending. In these strikes
5R 3,935 mon wero Involved, and the
HK number of working days lost "was
HE 03,192. Thero are under the jurisdic-
lK! tion of the international 350 subordi-
UKy nate locals and 1S1 branches that aro
Hn affiliated. These represent an aggre-
e gate of 02,774 members.
I I THEATERS 1
THE KISS WALTZ.
Bf That much heralded melange of
PJK music, costumes and dancing "The
f Ki3s Waltz" was presented last evc-
B nlng at tho Orpheum b the Shuberts
Ht with "Vaieeka Surratt "as the stellar
Bhj "The Kiss Waltz" sounds alluring,
Kfcl doesn't it? Well It proved so, for
IBJU the popular playhouse was filled with
LB"- auditors who went away with the
K- .1 haunting melodies of the "Kiss
R Waltz," "Hello boys, We're Coming
Down," and others ringing in their ears
sMW and wondering if they had seen any.
Pr thing really naughty, but one and all
K pleased with the brilliant production.
JH Tho plot is almost a minus quantj-
B'( ty but Its threadbaroness gives op
K ' portunity for numerous and beautiful
IB' solos, ducts, trios and choruses, ex
IB hllarating comedy and artistic danc-
"'l Valeska Surratt, celebrated as the
IB I reigning queen of art models, In the
IB ! star role of the Countess Nclla. quite
4 B i. , proved her claim to the title, as elev-
l If i en creations of a master designer, the
ilfnu. llke of wn,cn haxe nevc" ueen scen,
Jlcr graced her lithesome form as she
ur 1 flitted about with sylph-like abandon
i B in the mazes of many dances.
I B As a danseuse, Miss Surratt can
JT also claim distinction, for besides the
"Kiss Waltz," wbich beggars descrip-
.? tion, she was called upon to do sev-
oral' others in conjunction with her
H son numbers, all of which won num-
-:B erous encores, which were each given
I Bf with a distinct change in action.
IEZ- A close second to Mile. Surratt in
the bid for popular favor was Edward
Lorraine, as Paul Von Gervais, .a
B dancer par excellence, a good actor
and the possessor of a splendid bari-
B tone voice all of which talentB he
, used with fine effect.
K Mra. Lorraine with Miss Surratt,
cK. did the bulk of the dancing and was
also featured In ceveral duets, trios
"MB- and ensembles with other members
(& of the company He also had a big
WM sharo in the comedy
tH George Baldwin, as Guido Spin!, a
sijW- composer, is an Adronls-like speci-
jjl iS BETTER COME TO
M I CRAWSHAW'S
yHj HI 219 25th Street.
irfl IjS And have a few poet cards tak
(fB cr en $1.00 the dozen,
II' The Newport
J i JIM, WONG-WE, Managero.
rB. 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
'gBl' Open Day and Night.
jjffl Everything Sanitary. Fre;h Meats.
?B) 1 The Bread with the Home- 1
fjll H Made Flavor. ffl
I 1 MOTHERS CHOICE 1
'ijHl I Made by 1
UH DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING 1
fl 1 i COMPANY I
HU H 225B Grant Avenue I
jjjHR I pJiMtaJfMWJJ',a'1gBl
mH f a " r
1 M i FALSTAFF CAFE
K j THOS. FEENEY, Prop.
M ; I "rVStfMr- j VStSSfSBA
men of physical manhood. His big
gest hit waB probably made in the
"Kiss Waltz" with Nolla, hut his fine
resonant voico won. almost as much
favor in the rendition of tho charm
ing Barcarolle, "Over the Blue Wa-
ters," at the opening of tho second
j The ingeuuo role of Antchi was
j charmingly played both vocally and
in action bv petite Hattie Burks and
I Louise Richmond, a really beautiful
woman with n good voice made good
n Jenny, Countess Wildenberg, a
The comedy of tho piece, that of
tho scream variety, was in the cap
ablo hands of Harry MacDonough,
Jr., and Ada Henry the well known
fun mixers and the manner In which
they murdered the King's English
and French and their attompts to
shine in Elite society wag a cure for
the most hardened case of grouch.
A bev of pretty young girls; "real
ly young and really pretty which was
pro'ven from closo view as they passed
through the audience several times
in the rollicking song "Hollo Boys,
Wo'ro Coming Down;" with an al
most equal number of the strongor
sex formed a chorus whoso singing,
acting and dancing was a feature of
quite the best ensemble work seen
here for some time.
The costuming and scenic effects
wero elaborate and the complete pro
duction was a credit even to the
Snow is deep and deer are scarce,
was the report brought down by Wal
ter W. Fife and Leland Brewer, the
hunters who went out on a deer hunt
Saturday morning through the Hermit
age canyon, and as far north as Jump
A great many tracks wero found and
at the mouth of Jumpoff canyon tho
hunters ran onto a fine buck deer,
but it disappeared so quickly that
they did not get a chanco to do some
It was almost impossible to follow
the tracks because of the deep snow,
in most places three to four feet
This deer has been the only one
seen in this section of the country,
and but few deer have been killed.
L. Epperson an unfortunate per
son from Salt Lake was released
from the county Jail this morning and
he will be taken to Salt Lake City by
friends at Salvation Army headquar
ters. He was taken into custody a few
days ago, suffering the effects of tho
i excessive use of drugs. He was feel
ilng hotter this morning and Sherlfr
Harrison decided to release him,
there being no criminal charge
Montesaorl Method Defined.
Probably you have heard vague ru
mors in the publications of thjfl coun
try dally, weekly and monthly of
the "Montcasorl Method." Have you
ever wondered Jant whit this phase
means? Well, her is the anowar,
Dimply and directly expressed. Are
you ready? The Montessorl Method
13 the education of tho ntereoKnoBtlc
Eense, alias the viBual perception of
differences and dimensions, In chil
dren of pre-klndergarten ago. That's
ail there la to it
Man must work. That is certnin
a3 the sun. But he may work grudg
ingly, or he may work gratefully, or
ho may work as a machine He can
not alwayB chooso his work, but be
can do it, in a generous temper and
with an up-looking heart. There is
no work bo rude that ho may not ex
alt it; there is no wort bo Impassive
that he may not breathe a soul Into
it; there Is no work bo dull that he
may not enliven it. Henry Giles.
Read the Classified Ads.
ESTATE OF JOSEPH W. BAILEY,
Creditors will present their claims
with vouchers to the undersigned, at
tho law offices of Richards & Boyd,
Suite 118 in tho First National Bank
Building, situated at the Northeast
Corner of tho intersection of Washing
ton Avenue and 2-lth Street In Ogdon
City, Utah, on or before tho 14th day
of February, 1913,
MARY O. BAILEY,
Dato of first publication October
Date of last publication November
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Elliott W. Kennedy, de-
Creditors will present their claims
with vouchors to the undersigned, at
the law officcB of Richards &. Boyd,
Suite 41S in the First National Bank
Building, situated at the Northeast
Corner of the Intersection ol Wash
ington Avenue and Twonty-fourth
Street In Ogden City, "Utah, on or be
fore tho 11th day of February, 1913.
LILLiA A. KENNEDY,
Dato of first publication, October
Date of last publication, November
Get a Home of Your Owe
11 I have twenty-five homes in various parts of
the city to sell on the Installment Plan. Pay
ments cheaper than paying rent. See me and
I will help you to become your landlord.
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59. Under Utah National Bank
Mammoth Coal Mining Company;
Principal place of business, Ogden
There is delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock on account of
assessment levied on the 29th day of
August, 1912, the several amounts set
opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows:
Namo. No. of Ctf No. of Shares. Amt
And In accordance with law, so many
shares of each parcel of such stock
as mav be necessary will be aold At
the office of tho Secretary at No. 237
24th St. Ogden City, Utah, on the
29th day of November, 1912. at tho
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. to pay delin
quent assessments thereon, together
with the cost of advertising and ex
pense of sale. J. H. F. VOLKER,
Office No. 237 24th Streot, Ogden,
p p "
Name. S I
p. . g
! : 3
Allen, A. A 12 26C
302 16$ 70.25
Barton, M 17 42C 10G.50
Bullen, Newell 20 135 33.75
Buchmiller, Mrs. Al-
phoretta- 21 10SO 270.00
Brown, Ernest G 2 IS 10 2.50
Boyer, H. Leo 2C1 ICG7 41G.75
Boycr, E. M 2C2 16C7 10.75
Bovor. I. W 261 555 13S.75
Barlow, William J. . . 335 35 S.75
Brough, Lucy J 1S2 50 12.50
Campbell, Luclnda .. 23 133 33.25
Cardon, E. P 27 27 li.75
Campboll, Jonathan . 2S 10S 27.00
Curtis, Geo. W 29 324 S1.00
Chrlstianson, J 30 270 G7.50
Campbell, S. W 139 200 50.00
Drainov, Samuel E. . . 137 50 12.50
Gustaveson. Sanford . 41 133 33.25
Gcisselcr, Frederick . 42 533 133.25
Hogan, Joseph 49 213
274 104 79.25
Hartvlgsen. J. L. ... 58 215 53.75
Head, J. A 107 53 ,13.25
Hartvlgsen. J. F 152 125 ' 31.25
King, Thos. E 03 271
1C9 250 130.25
Keycs, Alma G(J 54
199 100 3S.50
Lofgreu. Nels ill 150 37.50
Mietus, Petor 72 2GC CG.60
Manning, D. E 75 270 G7 50
Nielsen, Bondt (77 533 133.25
Niclson, Hcllen M. ...4194 100
273 50 37 50
NielBon, D. 0 219 500 125.00
Owens, Richard S3 53 13.25
Olsen, Lars E 15G 200 50.00
Olsen. Gus 241 25 6 25
Preece, M. H 84 54
208 21 50.00
Packer, Hnlgcr D. . . . 124 100 25.00
Parker. Gilbert 128 500 125.00
Peterson. L. K 134 1501 37.50
Parkes, T. II. G 136 500 125.00
Robinson. Ella 270 54 13.50
Royal, Anna S6 27 G.75
Rose, O. H 259 27 G.75
Slater, James A. .."..131 125 31.25
Schroder, Walter T. . 217 200 50.00
Udall, Alvin J. ....... 29 100 25.00
Wolflqy, Frederick . . 104 54 13.50
Walker, YVIKord . ...225 500 125.00
Walker, Franklin 1226 500 125.00
Yates, T. J 106(1066 266.50
SALE OF ANIMALS FOR DAMAGE8
Stato of Utah, County "of Weber, In
the Farr West rrccinct of said county.
I have in my possession the follow
ing described estray nniraal, which If
not claimed and taken away, will be
sold at public auction to the highest
cash bidder at my corral, Farr West
precinct, ou Monday, the 11th day o(
November, 1912, at the hour of 2 p. ra.
(Description of Animal.)
Ono brlndlo yearling heifer "branded
Q on the left side, with both ears
Said animal is held by me to securq
thepaymont of $5.00 damages done by
said animal upon the promises of H.
D. Brown, on the 22nd dav of October,
1912, C. A. GROBERQ,
Poundkeoper for Farr West Precjnct
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
State of Utah, County of Wober, Og
den City. SB.
I have In my possession tho fol
lowing described estray anlmalB,
which, if not claimed and taken awav,
will be sold to the hlghost cash bid
der, at 1818 Washington avenue in
Ogden City, Utah, on Monday, tho 11th
day of November, 1912, at the hour of
1 p. m.:
One light bay marc; loft hind foot
white; branded 7G on loft thigh; shoes
on; qbout seven years old; weight
about 950 pounds.
Said ostrayB were taken up by me
In said city on tho 28th day of Octo
FRANK A. NAISBITT,
J Poundkeoper of OdoiOCity, Utah.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
ING OF THE JAMES COAL AND
Notice Is hereby glvou that the an
nual stockholders meeting of the
JamcB Coal and Ico company of Og
den, Utah, will be held at tho office
of the company, No. 2230 Wall avenue,
Ogden, Utah, on Monday evening, No
vember 11, at 7.30 o'clock, at which
time the reports of the officers will
be made, directors elected for the en
suing year and such other business
transacted as shall legally come be
fore the meeting.
Secretary James Coal and Ice Co.
Dated thlB 30th day of October, A. D.
NOT I C E TO CONTRACTORS
Scaled 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
prepared by tho City Engineer and
approved by tho Board of Commis
sioners, will bo received at tho office
of the City Engineer, in the City Hall,
at Ogden City aforesaid, until 10
o'clock a. m. on the 5th day of No
At which timo all proposals receiv
ed will bo publicly opened and read
Plans and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at tho office
of the City Engineer.
Tho right is reserved to reject 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
Last publication November 5. 1912
Maconlc Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4, O. E. S.. regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue between Tweutv-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets, the first and third
Fridays of each month Sojourning
members cordially Inltod to attend.
Lily V. Halatead, W. M. Callle E.
Unity Lodge, No. 18, F. & A. M..
Masonic Temple, 2f50 Washington
avenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Members o'f
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. H. L.
Hernug'ton, W. .M. Felix T. Moore.
Womon of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. hall
Vlsting neighbors Invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D..
57-5S Lewis block. Elizabeth Best.
G. N., 2543 Lincoln avenue, phone
1903-J. Marie Crltes, Clerk, 2731
Sego Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p in., in 1. O. O. F hall.
Viqitlng noighbors cordially Invited.
Mary E. Bllxt, G. N., 461 31st SL Kate
Heyman, Clerk. Bell phon 1247-J.
OC I Fellows Ogden Lodge, No. 5.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
meets In I. O. O. F. hnli every Tues
day evening. Visiting brothprs cor
dially invited to be present L. H.
Candlari, N. G. Henry Kissell, Sec
retary. Queen City Rebekah Lodge, No. 4,
I. O. O. F meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting m ambers Invited. Anna
Ki6sel. N G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 72S Twenty-third St.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Weber Camp No 74, meets In K. of
P. hall In the Utah National bank
building every Thursday evoninp at 8
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
Invited to attend. Fred E. Williams,
C. C, E. Auth. Clerk, First National
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
"No. 1, L. ' O. T. M meets every
first and third Thursday evenings at
8 o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2r30 o'clock,
In Eagles' hall, 2441 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially invited to at
tend. Kathryn Eggleston, L. C L.
t Jennie Prout, R. K.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Divjsion, No. 124, O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. m, In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 24th street.
All brothers are cordially invited to
attend. C. IL Pearson, C. C. D L.
Boylcs, S and T.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at 8 p. m.. at
K. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
dially invited. Andrew W, Nelson, I.
P. Wm. Muljor, Sec. and Treas., 25S2
Modern Wndmcn of America
Utah Camp, No, 9990 meets every first
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twonty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members invitod. A. G. Jones,
Consul. J. H. Sha'ir, .Clerk.
Royal Noighbors o America Meets
even" first and third Tuesday night
of each month at 8 p. rn at the
Mooso hall on 25th St. VsRlng neigh
bors Invitod. Dues can be paid to
I Mra. Anna Rios-Flnloy, M D., room
21, Lowis block. India Sawvor, Or
aclq. 1948 Jackson. Lllllnt "Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Order of OwJb Ogden Ncs No
1218. Order of Owls, meets evcrv
Friday evening in Eagles' hall, oh
Hudson avenuo at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls are invited to attend
tho Nest meetings, w. H. Wright,
President. T. S Shaughnossy Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street'
Knights of Pythias Ogden Lodge
No. 2, KnlghtB of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening. All K. of
P.'b requested to meet with us. Geo.
B. Hart, C. C. W. G. Kind. M. of E.
W. Li Underwood, K. of R. & S
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogdon
Aerie, No, 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are 'Invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a m. Thos. Leslie, W. Presi
dent. E, R. Gelgcr, Secretary. Dr. C.
E Wardlclgh, Aerie Physician.
Brotherhood of American Yoemen
Ogden Homestead, No. 1505, meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
hall. Visiting Archors are cordially
Inyltcd to meet with us. W. S.
O'Brien, Foreman, 2338 Grammercy
avenue J. A. Junk, Correspondent,
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
75c per line per month, payable In
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye'a
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phono 8S3 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
Jewsky, 375 23rd street.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk, phone us up; we
will call for IL Bell phone, 325-K;
CITY SCAVENGER. McCartv & Co.,
272 3 Grant. Bell phone 321.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
Moihing and shoos, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Slner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw nt-fifth St. G-13-lyr.
RIC 'i NOW lire your heating
stoves a thought then Summeriil,
2304 Washington Ave.
Dr Adna Davidson. Dr Margaret M.
Burns, office 33G Sth St. Phone
997-.T. Res Phone 1G17-J. Over
PAINTING, paperhanging a:id tinting.
Y den Hortog, phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON"
DR. A. FERN LUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p m.
New Poery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phono
19G3-W Residence phone 2129-W. GIG
Wasl ington avenue 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grar.. or phono 127. 6-14-lmo
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
HAVE Gallacher repair vour trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory,' 245n Grant
PARASOLS and umbrellas rrcovored.
Bell 571-R. 7-5-tf
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phone 828.
Office and Hospital. 215C Washington.
Want advertisements cost one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
lino of five words per day, no first
Insertion lees than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
2f cents per lino per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flve avr-age words make a line. All
advertlsem-nta on this page must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
MIDDLE aged dishwasher and dining
room girl. Tho Virginln. l0-29-2wk
GIRL for general housework; small
family. Phoue 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.
WANTED Steady young ladies to
train for nursing at tho Burgoss
WANTED Good woman for general
hqusework; good wescs. Apply 724
24th ctreoL Call in mornings.
POSITION by elderly lady to do gen
oral house work. Address, Situa
tion, care Standard. 10-31-lwk
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 24S5
Jefferson ave. n-4-tf
BY A German, good English teacher.
P. O. Box 41. 11-2-2L
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop,
23G9 Washington. 10-31-tf
ENERGETIC men; salary and com- I
mission; permanent position, and .
good opportunity for promotion. Ad
dross Box 774, Ogden. 10-31-lt :
MALE. ' j
JANITOR or watchman. Rear 270
22nd St. 10-5-lmo
FOR RENT Furnished, now, clean. ,
comfortablo housekeeping rooms, 2
wk. up 536 21st at 2-13-lyr
3 ROOMS for housekeeping; on
ground floor. Reasonable. 2759
COSY sleeping rooms. 404 24th st.
Phone 661-W. 11-4-lmo
THREE light housekeeping rooms at
2338 Wall ave. 11-2-lwk
2 FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping with bath. 46G 22nd st.
3-ROOM, electric lights; city water.
2627 Lincoln. 10-31-lwl:
3 or 4 ROOMS, clieap to right parties
at my new home, 214 27th St.
TWO fnrnishod rooms; gentlemen
preferred. 435 28th st. Phone 632-
J. , 10-29-lwl:
ROOMS, also houseKeeping, gas,
range. Beitman Block, 2203 Wash.
NICELY iurnishcd rooms, phono 70Ss
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22nd st.
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats.
2031 Grant. 9-2G-Gmo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum Hotel .
PhoLO 1L'7. 9-G-tf
FURNISHED looms for housekeep
ing; prices to suit. Utahna. 7-29tf
FREE bata; prices moderato; must
be rented. :MGS Wasdinglou Ave
LARGE front room, separate, $5; also
3 rooms, $6; water and lights. Ap
ply 2155 Adams. ll-l-lwk
TWO modem front rooms for light
housekeeping. 2C10 Monroe 137S-R.
BOARD AND ROOM.
MELROSE Fine loc?tlon, board,
stca heated rooms; lowest rates.
2039 Jefferson. 10-14-lwk
BOARD AND ROOM.
I WANT board ajid room with bath,
on bench, 3 blocks from high school,
shall bring piano. Address Male High
Scnool Teacher, Standard office.
DON'T pay rent, Will sell on month
ly payments a beautiful 5-room
model n pressed bripk bungalow, now
being completed at 225S Qnincy ave.
SIX-ROOM cottage, close in; also four
j rooms; very reasonable. 2155 Ad
ams ave. ll-l-lwk
NOVEMBER 25. large, clean, modern
4-room cottage, pantry and beauti
ful yard. S57 23d st. ll-l-lwk
MODERN S-room house. 27G9 Grant.
Inquire phone 95-W- 10-30-lwk
6-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th SL Apply Horocks Bros.
A COMFORTABLE three-room house
on 22d st., $S per month. Inquire
room 103 First National Bank bldg.
i AND 5-ROOM houso, $10 per mo.
5-ROOM modern furnished dwelling
house. 2712 Lincoln. ll-l-lwk
FURNISHED The Ci:rey Apartments
Modern, 2560 Wash. Avo. 3-5-W
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building Just east of
tho Stnndard office la for rent, ei
ther all or part. Inquire at Standard
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate
$100.00 up; real ostato contracts and
mortgages bougat and sold.
BICHSEL 1N LSTMENT CO.
247j wsmngiou Ave. Upstairs.
MOaEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J J. Brumraltt. 4-27-tr
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, Jewelry. firoartm. etc..
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
18S5 Tho Money Lenders of Ogden
275 26th St. C. H. Smith. Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It today. Cheapest rates,
best and moat private terms in Utah.
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst.
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improvtil
farm or city property. HUNTER A
KENNEDY, 502 Etrst National Bldg,
PASTURAGE . I M
PASTURING and feeding horses for JF
tho winter V. J Hestmark, Kancs- j
pille. Phone 5-N-2. 10-25-tf V, 1
WILL TRADE a good irrigated farm '' IH
in, Uintah county with stock and ' l
mprocmonts for a homo in Ogden H
Address D. P. R., Standard. 10-2S-.,5t jH
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS : M
l WANT a 5 or G room house. Ad- IH
dress Box G17. 11-2-lwk H
WANTED Loan of $3,000 for three H
or five years on first class real es- IH
tate security. Address Loan, Care IH
Standard. n 2 2t
COWS wanted. Phone 11-N2. H
j 10-30-lmo IH
ONE HUNDRED hoad of5' horses for
pasture. Smith ranch, North Ogden. IH
Phono 3-Z. ' 10-23-lmo IH
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phono H
2305-W. 10-lS-lmo H
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knlcht" 1
Phono 134 1-W. 10:9-1100 IH
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight.
1344 Wnshlngton 10-9-1 mo H
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs, Green- IH
wood, 1399-J. 9-28-1 mo H
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FOR SALE OR TRADE H
BUSINESS property on 24th st. near H
the postofflce, to exchange for farm
or residence property. Phone 1078-W ' H
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FINE modern homes. $1,300 and up;
easy terms. Phone 1427.
I0-S-Imo j H
20 ACRES of good land G miles from
county court houee.; good water ' fl
right, four room house, 70 young ap- !
pie trees. Terms, 1-2 down, 7 per H
cent ou balance. Tel. 23 N-2.
25 ACRE farm, 17 acres farm or bee; fl
land, good water right, 8 acres pas- H
ture and ard. Terms half down, 1
per cent on balance. Tel 2' N-2 H
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
TWO COWS, G horses, 2 top spring H
wagons, single buggy, 3 harnesses. H
single or bulk, cheap for cash. 5G0
East 2nd st. 11-2-lw'c
FOR bALE 600 snare3 of Montello H
Salt stock. 5 cents a share. C. T.,
Care Standard. 10-31-lwk H
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu-
lator and 2-color ribbon, $35. Good H
machines for rent, 52 month Type-
writer Exchange. 425 24th 10-29-lniD 1
FRUIT cart, barber's furnace 4i0 H
gal. tank, coal chute, cauldron, den- H
tal chair, saxaphone, 5-room brick H
house. Bell 233. ' H
TYPEWRITERS Bargains for sale. H
rentals, supplies, repairs. Ogden H
Tpcwriier Exchange, 425 24th st.
Phone $$. 10-21-lmo H
ROOMING house and restaurant, JM
cheap; well located on 25th street. H
Kelly & Herrick 9-19-tf H
VACUUM CLEANERS 1 M
ELECTRIC Santos 51 day or ?3 ith vlj
operator. Phone 88. Electric Serv- H
ice Co., 425 24th st. 10-29-3wk H
REASONABLE prices. 1454-J. 278 IH
22d st. 10-29-lwk VM
FUR overcoat; between Ogden Valley J
and Washington Ave. Return to G. HH
G. McFariand, 543 25th St., reward. i
11-4-lwk ! JH
SIX rings tied in brown ribbon, lib- j
eral reward; return to this office. ' H
LOST Gold watch charm, between 1 H
29th and 31st sts. Return to J. C. H
Schanck, 2953 Childs. Reward. j
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1. 1912.
(Mountain TlmoJ '
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- I
ROAD COMPANY. , H
West Bound. Arrive. H
No. 3 Paclric Coast Mall.. 12:10 a.m.
No. 409 flntic Passenger. .11:35 a.m. I fl
No. 1 Paclric Coast Ltd... 1:40 p.m. 1
No. 5 Calcaco-San Fran- l
clsco Express 3t50 p.m. )
East Bound. Depart. H
No. 6 San Franclsco-Cbl- j H
cago Express 7:15 a.m. H
No. 410 Tintlc Passenger.. 1:10p.m. I IH
No. 2 Atlantic Coat Ltd.. 3:50p.m. 4 H
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall 5:50 p.m. H
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment, H
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of-
lice, Kccd Hole! Bldg.
F. FOUTS. AgenL ( H
Electric Way Between IH
Ogden and Brigham
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. j iH
Trains leave Ogden and Brigham H
G:30 a. m 3.00 p m. H
7.30 a. m 4:30 p m H
9:00 a. in 6:00 p. m. M
10:30 a. m 7:30 p. m. H
12:00 noon 9 CO p. m. H
1:30 p. m 11:10 p ru. M jH
First train from Ogden starts iron) , H
O. R. T. Depot. All others state Irom jH
Union Depot. H
Is Ogden, trains slop onb at S L. H
& Ogden Depot. O. R. T. Depot and jH
Five Points. H
Effective Oct. 11, 1912
Car will leavo the Union Depot for H
the Hermitage at 7:10 a. m. and every . j
hour and twenty minutes thereafter j i H
until 0:20 p. m. hl
Car will then leave for the Sanita- t H
rium at 7:30 p. m., S:30 p. m. and 9:30 I H
I ast car will leave the Hermitage at H
p. m. H
Last car will leave the Sanitarium
at 10:00 p. in. H