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Kl Washington, Nov. 5. SecreUiry ot
fJJH t the Interior Fisher is acting presl-
il ' dent of the United States, but his du-
FTIJ ' ties are light, for with virtually all
A 1 (he high officials and hundreds of
001 their subordinates at their bomc3 to
A I ote, the wheels of government aro
ifn i scarcely moving.
liif&k Wrhlle uunblo to take part in the na-
rM i Uonal campaign, residents of the Dls-
3mM I trlct of Columbia are being asked to
!KH I oxpresB their view by ballot on the
-'.UjS question of appealing to congress for
3H i universal suKrage in the district. Tho
QjjH city hao been divided Into six wards
J!9 and already 10,000 ballots have been
iwffiB distributed. The leaders in the move-
7jH ment expect that approximately 30,-
ijjm ' 000 votes will 1)0 cast.
flH Read tho CUisslficd Ads.' '
HAZEL TOUT IS
Eastern papers continue to give
Miss JIazel Tout of Ogdon in her per
formance as t"he "Pink Lady," under
tho stage name of Hazel Dawn, much
praise and unstinted admiration. Uti
cn, N Y., papers of late date contain
tho following encomiums:
SHE IS PRETTY.
Many Like the Pink Lady and
Enjoy Her Entertaining Ways
at the Majestic Theater
Despite wretched weather there
was a good audience at the Ma
jestic theater last night to enjo.
tho "second performance of "The
Pink Lady." Judging by their
enthusiasm, the lady not only
pleased their 6ense of sight but
her tuneful melodies were most
gratifying to their appreciation of
Uticans too rarely have the op
portunity of enjoying several per
formances of so excellent a mu
sical comedy as "The Pink Lady "
and the reception which the piece
has met here jndlcatcs that tho
city Is graduating from the some
what unenviable position of being
a one-night stand. Many theater
goers from up and down the Mo
hawk valley were in last night's
audience and had the weather
given the production half a chance
It might have been expected to
do capacity business.
The performance was well given
and the work of principals and
chorus proved as pleasing as on
the opening night Popular ap
proval seemed to placo Its seal
upon Miss Dawn's "Beautiful
Lady," this being tho distinctive
song of the piece. There aro a
half dozen others as catchy, al
though none has the haunting
rhythm of this numbor, which
seems to stand 'for "The Pink
Lady" in the minds of music lov
ers. THE "PINK LADY" TALKS.
Interviewed BY PRESS MAN
Born in Utah and Educated in Eng
land, Her Rise in Theatrical Work
Has Been Meteoric While Playing
Small Part In London She Vas
Picked Out to Create Stellar Role
in New York.
It was a somewhat bedraggled,
rain-soaked reporter who sought
a brief Interview with Miss Hazel
Dawn during tho performance of
the "Pink Lady" at the Majestic
theater. But once in the presence
of this charming little lady,
whose rise was nothing short of
meteoric in tho firmament of
Broadway electric signs, the
weather was forgotten, that is, it
was almost forgotten
One could not resist using that
inevitable subject weather as
an opening subject. As the
"Pink Lady" came dashing Into
her dressing room after having
complicated matters in the first
net, her greeting to the writer
was cordial it waB evident that
the weather has plaved no part
In depressing the ' Pink Lady"
h'gh solrlts Things move rap
idlv during a theatrical perform
ance, and the aforesaid water
logged scribe made full assurance
that he would be short and to
the point, that is, as short as
five feet, eight and a half would
permit But he would be to the
point. The subject of weather
must be disposed of.
"What is your opinion of Utlca
weather?" It was a relief to get
rid of the question.
The "Pink Lady" smiled be
wltchingly, but there was hesi
tancy in her manner.
"My opinion of Utica weather?"
She repeated the question. "'Well
there nre certain things which a
perfect lad Is not permitted to
say in expressing her opinions
but the sun may be shining to
morrow, So I think I shall defer
"What sort of treatment did
London accord the "Pink Lady"
during her eight months' stay on
th other side9"
"Oh, it was delightful," she ex
claimed enthusiastically "It was
something like a return home.
You know I spent eleven years In
education in London before I
originated the Dart of the "Pink
Lady" in Nov York.
"And where was It that you
learned to play tho violin in such
a finished and graceful manner?"
The question was a diversion
froi the original thought, but
at this moment Mies Dawn was
very carefully fondling tho In
strument and In Uic mind's eye
cam" the picture of the "Pink
Lady" waltzing gracefully about
the Safo les Satvres In Paris
playing the "Beautiful Lady."
"I studied in Munich as well
as in London. In Munich I at
tended the conservatory of Herr
"But your home, originally, was
in Utah, was It not?"
"Yes, in Ogden My parents
were pioneers in that part of the
countrj My father was born in
Wales and my mother was born In
Utah. They were married out
there and that was whore I was
born and raised. Then I went
abroad to finish my education."
"Then St was in England that
you made your theatrical de
but?" "It was in Lonaon. I was giv
en Just a wee, little part In 'Dear
Old Denmark.' Alter that I played
a small part in 'The Balkan
Princess,' and later became un
derstudy for the premier in 'The
Dollar Princess ' And then It
all happened so suddenly. Ivan
Caryll, who wrote 'The Dollar
Princess, had seen my work In
Londo'n, and when Klaw & Er
langor were preparing for the
production of 'The Pink Iady
in New York, Mr. Krlr.ngcr wrote
to 3Ir. Caryll asking him If be
could find Eomeone for the part
of Angelo, which Is now played
by Miss Dovey. Mr. Curyll wroto
back to Mr. Erlanger and said
that he had just the girl they
wanted. And so I left for Amer
ica at once, Httlo expecting that
I was to create a new leading part,
Get a Home of Your Own
U I have twenty-f ive 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
but whon Mr. Erlanger saw mc
"'Wc havo fbund your "Pink
Lady" at last'
"You can Imagine my surprise.
"And when you returned to
London as the 'Pink Lady,' how
did tho critics behave? Do the
first nl?hters hold the 'death
watch as they do In New York?"
"Well, they arc always a lit
tle skeptical of everything that
comes from America, but when
thoy saw what the show was
like they raved over It."
It was at this point that the
little "Pink Ladj" gave an out
burst of Yankee spirit which
would have readily dispelled any
one's Idea that Hiss Hazel Dawn
was an English girl.
"It's always the way In Eng
land. They have tho Impression
that anything that comes from
America la not good enough for
them. In this countrj- we go to
plays that come from England
and France and Germany, we
enjoy them and encourage more
to come. That Is why this country
Is so far advanced."
"Have you tired of being the
"Pink Lady?" " Ono year In New
York, eight months In London,
and five months In Boston, sug
gested tho question.
"Dear me, no' I just love It and
I hate to think of ever giving It
up. But now It seems as though
it were the beginning of the end."
"Tho 'Pink Lady' Is not going
to cease to exist for some time,
"No, It will never die; St is too
good a play for that. But It
won't look tho same when I
can't look farward to going back
to old New York and all the old
familiar scenes associated with
the birth of the play."
The "Pink Lady" company's
manager. John C. Fisher, hap
pened in about this time and
when the question was asked as
to the probable lease of life or
dained for the show, Miss Dawn
"Ask the bosJ. If he knows,
he Is keeping it all to himself."
At this point It became neces
sary for tho "Pink I,ady" that is
tho girl, not the show to hus
tle off to Dondldler's antique
shop in the Rue St. Honore In
Paris, to cause large quantities
of embarrassment to the Intense
ly humorous shop keeper, and
the Interview was ended.
IncIdontall, John C Fisher, the
representative of Klaw & Erlan
ger with the "Pink Lady." was
one of the original owners of
"Florodora," the play that set a
new standard for musical com
What It Said.
"Well, money talks," he announced
as If ho was saylns something new.
"Maj-bo It does," replied hlB friend,
"but all It over saya to me Is 'Good
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
ING OF THE JAMES COAL AND
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual stockholders meeting of the
James Coal and Ico company of Og
den, Utah, will be held at the office
of the companj, No. 2230 Wall avenue,
Ogden, Utah, on Monday evening, No
vember 11, at 7-30 o'clock, at which
lime tho reports of the officers will
be made, directors elected for the en
suing j ear and such other business
transacted as shall legally come be
fore tho meeting
Secretarj James Coal aud Ice Co.
Dated this 30th day of October, A D,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalks In Side
walk District No. 117, belug 29th
street from Adams avenue to Grant
avenue, under plans and specifications
prepared by the City Engineer and
approved by the Board of Commis
sioners, will be received at the office
of the City Engineer, in the City Hall,
at Ogdon City aforesaid, until 10
o'clock a. m. on the 5th day of No
At which time all proposals recolv
ed will bo publicly opened and read
Mans and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at the office
of tho City Engineer
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive all defects
By order of the Board of Commis
sioner. II. J. CRAVEN,
First publication October 1G, 1912.
Last publication November 5, 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tho District Court of the United1
States for tho District of Utah:
In Bankruptcy. Before S. T. Corn,
In tho matter of Roy C. Crltcs,
Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy No. 1528
To tho Creditors of Roy C. Crltcs
of Ogden City In the County of We
ber, and District aforesaid,' a bank
rupt. Notice Is hereby given that on the
1st day of October, A- D. 1912. the
snld Roy C. Crltcs was duly adjudi
cated bankrupt; and that the First
Meeting of his Creditors will be held
at my office at Rooms 309-310 First
National Bank Building, Ogden City,
Wober County, Utah, on the ISth day
of November A. D., 1912, at 10:30
o'clock In the forenoon, at which time
the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint "a trustee, ex
amine the bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may properly
come before said mooting
Reforee in Bankruptcy.
Ogden; Utah, 'November 3, 1912.
Mauonlc Queen Esther Cha'pter
No. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue betweon Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets, the first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
membors cordially Invited to attend.
Lily V. Halctead. W. M. Calllo E.
Unity Lodgo, No. IS, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple, 2E50 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 730 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. H. L.
Horrington. W M. Felix T. Moore.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 681, meets every Wednesday
night at 7 30 o'clock, K of P. hall.
Vistlng neighbors Invited Dues can
be paid to Dr Alice M Ridge, M. D
57-58 Lewis block. Elizabeth Best,
G. N 25-13 Lincoln avenue, phone
1903-J. Mario Crltes, Clerk 2731
Scgo Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p m.. In 1. O. O F hall
Vlcitlng neighbors cordially Invited
Mary E. Bllxt, G. N.. 451 3lst SL Kate
Hcyman. Clerk, Bell phono 1247-J
Odl Fellows Ogden Lodge, No 5
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
meets In I O. O. F hall every Tues
day evening. Visiting brothors cor
dially Invited to be present L. H
Cajidlar 1, 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 ra Mnbers Invited. Anna
Kissel N. G. E.nma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 72S Twenty-third SL
Woodmen of the World Weber
Weber Camp No. 74, meets in K. of
P. hall In the Utah National bank
building every Thursday evening at S
o'clock Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend. Fred E. William,
C. C. E. Auth. Clerk. First National
LADIES of tho Maccabees. Silver hive
No. 1, L. O T. M meets every
first and third Thursday evenings at
S o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles' hall, 2141 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially Invited to at
tend. Kathryn Egsleston, L. C, L
Jennie Prout, R K.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Division, No. 124, O R. C.
meets second and fourth Frlaavs at
2:30 p m., In K. of P. Hall, corner
AVaiblngton avenue and 24th slreeL
All brothers aro cordially Invited to
uttend C H Pearson, C C. D L.
Boy les. S and T
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at S p. m.. at
K. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
dially Invited. Andrew W. Nelson, I.
P. Wm. Muller, Sec. and Trcas., 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. Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members invited. A. G. Jones,
CoubuI. J H. Sba'T. Clerk
Royal Neighbors oi America Meots
every first and thiro Tuesday night
of each month at 8 p. m.'at tho
Moose hall on 25th St. V'elting neigh
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs. Anna RIcs-Finlcy, M. D.. room
21. Lewis block. India Sawyer. Or
acle. 1918 Jackson. Lllllni Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
Order of OwIb Ogden Nes No.
1218, Order of Owis, meets every
Friday evening In Eagles' hall, on
Hudson avenuo at S o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls aro Invited to attend
the Nest meetings W. II. Wright,
President T S. Shaughnessy, Sec
retary, 231 Twonty-flfth street.
Knights of Pythias Ogden Lodgo
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
lnj, ovcry Monday evening. All K. of
P.'s requested to meet with us. Geo.
TJ. HarL C C W. G. Kind. M. of E.
W- L Underwood, K. of R, & S
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie, No. 1S, F O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle hall.
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles arc Invited to atlond
the acrlo meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thos, Leslie, W. Presi
dent E R. Gelgor. 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 Archers arc cordially
lnvltod to meet wltb us. W S.
O'Brien, Foreman, 2538 Grarnmorcy
avenue. J. A. Junk, Correspondent,
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
State of Utah, County of Weber, Og
den City. ss.
I have In my possession tho fol
lowing described es'tray animals,
which, If not claimed and taken away,
will bo sold to the highest cash bid
der, at IS48 Washington avenue, In
Ogden City, Utah, on Monday, the 11th
day of November, 1912, at the hour of
1 P. m.:
Ooe' light bay marc; left hind foot
white; branded 7C on left thigh; ahpea
on: about seven years old; weight
about 960 pounds.
Said ostrays wore taken up bv mc
In Bald city on the 28th day of Octo
FRA.NK A. NA1SBITT,
Poundkeepor of Ogden City, Utah,
Ogden Eusiness Directory
Advertisements in this column coot
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LAWYER O'COi-JNOLLY, (over Nye'3
Clothing, Stoie.) 2411 Wash a.ve.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone 8S3 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed springs
F. J FREENOR, D. C; all acute and
chronic diseases Rooms 13-14.
2411 Washington avc. Office hours,
9 10 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. 11-5-tf
FURS cleaned nnd remodeled; skins
dressed, work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk, phone us up; wo
will call for It. Bell phone. 325-K;
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
2723 Grant. Bell phone 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furnituro,
-lothing and 3hoes. bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap A Siner, Phone 1321 179 1-2
Tw.nt-flfth St. 6-13-lyr
RK -Tl NOW ;i-c your heating
stoves a thought then Summerlll.
2304 Washington Ave.
Dr Adna Davidson. Dr Margaret M.
Burns, office 33G C5th St. Phone
997-J Res Phone 1617-J Over
PAINTING paporhanglng ajd tinting
Y den Hortog, phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg , Hudson Ave. Phone
1963-W Resldenco phone 2129-W. C4C
Wasl ington avenue. C-ll-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grar-w, or phone 127. 6-14-lmo
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
HAVE Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory." 245o Grant
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered
Bell 571-R. 7-5-tf
E. A. UNDY, D. V. S. Phon: 828.
Office and Hospital, 215( Washington
Want advertisements cost one cent
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flve avrage words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
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MIDDLE aged dishwasher and dining
room girl. The Virginia. l0-29-2wk
GIRL for general housework; Braall
family. Phone 153-J. 2573 Fowler
WAITED Steady young ladles to
train for nursing at tho Burgess
WANTED Good woman for general
housework, good wages. Apply 724
24th street. Call In mornings.
POSITION as housekeeper by middle
aged, educated lady Care Standard.
POSITION by eldorly lady to do gen
eral house work. Address, Situa
tion, care Standard. 10-31-lwk
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 24S5
Jefferson ave. 11-4-tf
BY A German, good English teacher
P. O, Box 41 ll-2-2t
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop,
2369 Washington. 10-31-tf
ENERGETIC men; salary and com
mission, permauent position, and
good opportunity for promotion Ad
dress Box 774, Ogdou. 10-31-lt
GOOD shoemaker wants job on re
pairs. $2.50 day, 10 hours, or half,
whole or part time. Standard Office,
Box 40. 11-5-lt
JANITOR or watchman. Rear 270
22nd St. 10-5-lmo
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper;
lady or gentleman; state experi
ence, salary expected and give teler
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181, Ogden. 11-5-lwk
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TWO furnished rooms for light
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FURNISHED rooms at 2824 Washing
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3 ROOMS for housekeeping; on
ground floor. Reasonable. 2759
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Phone GG1-W. 11-4-lmo
THREE light housekeeping rooms at
2336 Wail ave. U-2-lwk
2 FURNISHED looms for light house
keeping with bath. 45G 22nd st.
3-ROOM, electric lights, city water.
2G27 Lincoln 10-31-lwl:
3 or 4 ROOMS, cheap to right parties
at my new home, 244 27th St.
ROOMS, also housekeeping, gas,
range. Beltman Block, mhi Wash,
NICELY furnished rooms. Phono 70S-,
HOUSEKEEPING looms 171 22nd 3L
FURNISHED and unfurnished Hats.
2531 Grant. 9-2G-Cmo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum Hotel.
Phoue 1L'7S. 9-G-tf
FURNISHED looms, for housekeep
ing, prices to ami. Utahna. 7-2JU
FREE barn; pricos moderate, must
oe rented 4Ui VvasDiuglou Ave
LARGE fiont room, separate, $5, also
3 rooms, S6, water and lights. Ap
ply 2155 Adams. 11-1-lwk
TWO modern front rooms for light
housekeeping. 2G10 Monroe. 137S-R.
BOARD AND ROOM.
MELROSE Flno locptlon; board.
stca heated rooms; lowest rates.
2G39 Jefferson. 10-14-lwk
BOARU aND ROOM.
I WANT board and room with bath,
on bench, 3 blocks from hUh school,
shall bring piano. Address Male High
Scnool Teatner. Stauuurd office.
DON'T pay rent. Will sell on month
ly payments a beautiful 5-room
modem pressed brick bungalow, now
being completed at 225S Qulncj ave
SIX-ROOM cottage, close In; also four
rooms; very reasonable. 2155 Ad
ams avc 11-1-lwk
NOVEMBER 25, large, clean, modern
4 -room cottage, pantry and beauti
ful yard 857 23d st. 11-1-lwk
MODERN S-room house. 27G9 GranL
Inquire phone Oo-W. 10-30-lwk
G-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
21th. St. Apply Horocks Bros.
A COMFORTABLE three-room house
on 22d st., JS per month. Inquire
room 103 First National Bank bldg.
4 AND 5-ROOM house, $10 per mo.
STRICTLY up-to-date unfurnished
apartments, hot aniL cold water.
22 IS Jefferson. 11-5-lwk
5-ROOM modern furnished dwelling
house. 2712 Lincoln. 11-1-lwk
FURNISHED The Cr.rey Ajinrimonts
Modern Jot Waah. Ave J-5-u
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just east or
the Standard office Is for rent, ei
ther all or part Inquire at Standard
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY '10 LOAN on Real Estate.
$100,00 up. real estate contracts any
mortgages bougai and told.
niCHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
247b asuiugton Ae Lpsialis.
MOin"E to loan on real cstute becur
Ity J. J Brummitt 4-27-tt
MONEY to loan on watches. dl--monds,
Jewelry. flreavmi, etc
Undo Sam'B Loaii Offici. established
1SS5 The Money Lenders of Ogden
275 20th St C. H. Smith. Prop
CM -1 -.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It toduy. Choapost rates,
best and moat private terms in Utah
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst.
MORTGAGE1. LOANS on lianro'-td
faim or city property. HUNTER A
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg.
PASTURING nnd 4ecdln horses Sm.H
the winter. V. J. Hcitraark, Kaucs-Hl vH
villo. Phone 5-N-2. 10-25-tf SllH
TRADE. mm W
WILL TRADE a good inigated farm !B H
!u Uintah county with stock and .KaJR H
lmprocments for a home In Ogden 'uSil
Address D. P, R Standard. 10-28-."5t HE) l
WANTE7J MISCELLANEOUS IB H
. ( i t H
I WANT a ior J room house. Ad- ittU
dress Box G17 ll-2-lv; t
COWS wanted. Phone I1-N2. Ilv'l
ONE HUNDRED head of horses for -ll1
pasture. Smith ranch, North Ogden. ft
Phono 3-Z. 10-23-lmo 0, H
LAUNDRY work, curtains. Phono I' 1
23P5-W. 10-18-lmo I rH
CURTAINS lanndered. Mrs. Knlgbt". I
Phone 13 14 -W. 10-9-lmo V
ClJ?.AlS,S laundere-l. Mrs. Knight. fo, fl
lu44 Washington 10-9-lmo : '
I f- fJMm
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs Green- lLrTH
wood. 1399-J. '9-28-lmo (H
FOR SALE OR TRADE H
BUSINESS propcrtj on 24th st in-ar llH
the postofflco, to exchange for farm jyfl
or residence proyerty. Phone 1078-W. t !''.
10-2C tf I . ;H
FOR SALS REAL ESTATE ! ' H
FINE modern homes, .$1,300 and ui7, : . f
easy terms. Phone 1427. ''li'M
10-8-1 mo . D H
20 Af'RES of good land C miloa fro.n I 'I
county court hoqse; good water M H
right, four "room house, 70 young n?- .'I , H
plu trees. Terms. 1-2 down, 7 per W t
cent on balance Tel. 23 N2. , ; H
10:1G-Imn ll ''
25 ACRE- f.irni, 17 acres larm or bee: 'L l
land. qDod water right, i acres pa?- j fH
ture and yard. Terms half down. T t jH
per cent on balance Tel 23 N-2' f lH
10-lG-lmo :! H
'FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS '' H
TWO COWS'. G horses, 2 top spring MH
wagons, single buggy, 3 harnesses, j .H
single or bulk, cheap for cash. 5G0 ,
East 2nd st 11-2-lwk H
FOR "JALE GOO snares of Mcntello .H
Salt stock, 5 cents a share. C. T., H
Care Standard. 10-31-lwk fl
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- 11
lator and 2-coIor ribbon, $35. Good H
machines for rent, $2 month. Type- H
writer Exchange, 125 24th 10-29-lmo H
FRUIT cart, barber's furnace. 400 l
gal. tank, coal chute, cauldron, den- H
tal chair, saxaphone, 5-rooin brick ll
house Bell 333. H
TYPEWRITERSBargains for sale; H
rentab, supplies, repairs, Ogden
Typewriter Exchange, 425 24th st. r
Phono S3. 10-21-lmo
ROOMING house and restaurant, IH
cheap; well located' en 25th street. - H
Kelly & Herrlck, 9-J9-tt . I H
ELECTRIC Santos $1 day or $3 with fl
operator. Phonp. SS Electrle Serv- J fH
ice Co., 425 24th st. 10-29-3wk fU
DRESSMAKING ' 1
REASONABLE prices. 1454-4. 273 f
22d st. 10-29-lwk '
: ii I
LOST ; I
FUR overcoat; between Ogden Valley H
and Washington Ave. Return to G. ( I
G. McFarland, 543 25th Sl, reward. ; :'
SIX rings tied in brown ribbon: lib- if H
eral reward; return to this office. ,il H
LOST Gold watch charm, between . t? H
29th and 31st sts. Return to J C. ' r H
Schanck, 2K53 Childs. Reward. ''H
11-1-lwk j r
i XllVXJt. UAKD :
I EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. &
l iMountain. Time.) 'sfl
DENVER S. RIO GRANDE RAIL- ' 1
RCAD COMPANY. I J '
Vest Bound. Arrive. ; ' -
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall. .12: 10 h.oi. ' ' ll
No. 409 Tin tic Passenger.. 11:35 a.iu, ' : vl
No 1 Paclllo Coast Ltd... 1:40 p,m. ( m
No 5 Chicago-San Fran- it I
Cisco Express 3:50 p.m. i I
j East Bound. Depart. ! I
No. 6 San Franrlsco-Chl- I
cago Express 7:15 a.m. . I
No. 410 Tlutic Passenger.. l:lQp.ra. ' f 1
No. z Atlantic Coat Ltd.. 3:50pm. !
No. 4 Atlantic Ccast Mall 5:50 p m.
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. H
unsurpassed sccneiy City Ticket Of- I H
ticc. Itccd Hotc' Bldg. H
F I'OUTS Agent.
Electric Way Between pB
Ogden and Brigham ' f
LFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912 J
Trains leave Ogden aud Rrighani Ii
C.30 a. m 3.00 p. ui. r g I
7 30 a. m 4:30 p. u . 1
9:00 a. m G.00 p. m.P' I
10. 3u n. m 7:30 p u2f ; , 1
12:00 noon 9:00 p. ni t:M 1
1.30 p. m U:lo p. hi. iJK .1
I First train from Ogden slarts ironiM jf
10. R. T. Depot All otheis ttart Irmcl WW
I Uuion Depot. Ml"! I
j in Ogden, trains stop onl at S L,jaff
& Ogden Depot. O R. T. Depot ndyi H
j Fhc Points. mftl M
CANYmfLE !$$ 1
SCHEDULE I M
'Effective Nov. 6th, 1912.1 '" fl
Car will leave tho Union Depot tors JR JH
the Hermitage at 1:00. 2:20. 3:40 andfl ft jH
5:00 p. -H
Cars will leave the Union Depot for'9 ' )
the Sanitarium at G 30, 7.30, S:30 andV , ( H
9:30 . m. "M ' )'j
Last car will leave the Hermitage! ')
at 1:40 p. m. M
Last car will leave the SanitarluirV J M
at 10:00 p. m. ol Vj
On Sundays oxtra cars to HcrmKB i' fH
tago at 10:20 and 11:40 a. m. ' li hH
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