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4R THE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 1912. KH
i Western' vacuum
Cleans your carpets and rugs, alao
hard wood floors. Work guaran
teed. Prices right.
In phoning please give accurate
address and phone number.
165 Twenty-sixth St Phone 1045
sas ' '
m I THE UTAH SHOE
rj Men's Half Soles Sewed od
9; 65 CENTS
W Ladies' and Children's
ISjJ ' Half Soles
jfM 40 CENTS
'4Sr SOLES FIXED IN 10 MINUTES.
523J BeBt workmanshlP and Wldo Oak
Mu2 Leather used. If you try our work
S ' once you will surely come again.
S ; 221 TWENTY-FIFTH ST.
p ; OGDEN, UTAH
1 Slade's I
Wk ! Phone 321. 408 25th Street
K , We havo the largest van In tht
JB city. Quick cervico. Moving, ship.
ipfW P'ng and handling pianos. Prompt
,kl freight deliveries. Furniture mov
lllKf l"9 a specialty. Storage at reason
ed t ,able ratea.
I -,, , ,
it I CLARA BERGES J
Wt Private Hospital I
M U IDEAL SITUATION I
yjjW EXPERT ATTENDANCE I
K I 84 23rd St. PI no U53 1
B- " Medical, Surgical nnd Obstot- 1
M H rlcal Cases Taken.
322 Twenty-fifth St. K
Special Dinner 25 &
Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.
JJjR fe Dinner from 4 to 3 p. m. &
5lOBP f' -" snd Foon, Managers K
K Hcusecleacing Company
M HOUSFCLEANINS IN ALL ITS
r BRANCHES. Wallpaper cleaning
H. kalsoininin? pa'.nllng, upholster-
m ins furniture repairing by expert
K workmen Charge? reasonable
K Residence 2223 Washington. Phone
B Office. Phone 1311-J
B 1 CARPENTERS. ATTENTION. S
B : All sires. fl
H a The Big Cut Co-op Overalls. j
M I N. O. OGDEN CO. 1
Wm '3 236 25th St fl
mM La a
Ul $U 1ETTEP. COME TO
m I ci-cawshaws
JI -, $1 219 25th Street.
MfM M And have a few post cards tak-
2 Z... en 51-00 Ihc dozen.
W : Tfiie "Newport
fEJv JIM, WONG-VVE, Managers
0$l 213 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
5K Open Day and Night,
.jjw Everything Sanitary Fresh Meats
5 J Tnc Bread with the Home- 3
m Made Flavor. i
jft i j MQTEExJS CHOICE J
1 ' 3 Made by 2
It5 ' i DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING i
X ' i COMPANY tj
PW t 2258 Grant Avenue B
tt rft ' iite Brtler Thjrr. Good S-.ocgh"
& ' M FALSI 'AFF CAFE
,M hM THOS. FEENEY, Prop.
i Palacs Cafe
! Speciai Dinner . . 25c
jTJ'ffl ' Lunch from 11 a. m. to A p. m.
Dinner from 4 p. m. to Z p. n.
Wk ; TOM HOY. Mgr 2S4 ?5th St.
i LADIES DR. LA RUE'S CAP-
' I SA-LOIDS (doublo strenBtu1 1
Jj ; u Kcmale Regulator relieves the 4
Jyi ' h most "'obstinate abnormal
M 5 ca3cs." All druggists. By ox- j
pJ5 ? press, p-opald. Price $2 00. 3 a
ffpf L boxes S5.00. A R. T.lolutyre. 3
5 , : Drucs. 2421 Wash. Ave. 3
5JV, t 3 B
fW , Husbandly Trait.
i "When docs I your husband find
Jji time to do all life reading?" "Usually
tS when I want loVc" h,in something
"3P lmcortant." Y
OF UTAH IS
The legislature of 1913 will be Re
publican in both of Its branches. Re
turns from all parts of the stato re
ceived up to an early hour this morn
ing indicated the certainty of the
oloction of twcnSy-four Clepublican
members of the lower house and sev
enteon Democrats, with four seats In
doubt. Indications also pointed to
tho election of nine Republican state
senators, which, with the holdover
senators, will make tho next state
senate consist of sixteen Republicans
and two Democrats, as at present. The
next senate will be composed of the
Firet district, comprising Box Elder
and Tooolo counties W. S. HaJison
Second district, Cache countyi J.
W. Funk (D.), holdover.
Third district. Rich, Morgan and
Davis counties John W. Thornloy
Fourth district, Weber county Wil
liam Craig (R.).
Fifth district, Summit and Wasatch
counties L. B. Wight (R.).
Sixth district, Salt Lake county B.
X. Smith (R.), hoWover; W. N Wil
liams (R-), holdover; "W. Mont Ferry
(R.), D, O. Rldeout (R.). Charles Cot
Soventh district, Utah county Hen
ry Gardner (R.), holdover; Alfred L.
Booth (R.). holdover.
Eighth district, Juab and Millard
counties J R. Edgehlll (R.).
Ninth district, Sanpete county L.
M. Olson (D.), holdover.
Tenth district, Sovier, Wayne. Piute
and Garfield counties Joseph Ecker
Eleventh district, Beaver, Iron,
Washington and ICane counties H. C.
Lunt (R,), holdover
Twelfth district, Carbon, Emery,
San Juan, Grand and Uintah counties
G. A. Iverson (R.), holdover.
House of Representatives.
Returns from every county in tho
stato indicate the election of the fol
lowing members of tho lowor houso
of the state legislature
Beaver county Alfred M. Durham
Box Elder county M H. Welling
Cache county Joseph E. Cardon
fD.l. Brigham Y. Benson (D.), Sam
uel P. Oldham (D.l
Carbon rountv Levi M. Harmon
Davis county N. T. Porter (D.).
Emery county L. P. Oveson (D.).
Garfield J. N. Henrie (R.).
Grand F B Hammond. Sr. (D.).
Iron Wilford Day (D.).
t Kane C. John Smith (R.).
Millard A. A. Kimball (D.)
Piute Samuel L. Page (D.).
Rich J F. Spencer (R.).
Salt Lake Annie Wells Cannon
(R.). Anna II. King (R.), Dr. Jane
Skolfleld (R.). R. L. Judd (R.), Clar
ence Bamberger (R.). Edvth Ellerhcck
Read (R ), M. H. Krlebel (R.), David
J. Cooke (R.), Daniel McRae (R.),
Claude T. Barnes (R.).
San Juan George A. Adams (D.).
Sanpete L. R. Anderson (R.), Jas.
Sovier II. C. Christenson (R.).
Summit F. W Marchamp (R.).
Tooele Alma Swenson (R.).
Uintah B. D. Nebekcr (D.).
Utah W. L. Openshaw (D.), Ed
Southwick (D.), H. T. Reynolds (D.),
J. A Loveless (D.).
Wasatch W. L. Van Waggoner
Washington Davi-i H. Morris DA.
Wayne Ephralm Dastrup (R.).
Weber W. H Marriott (R.). J. D.
Hooper (R.), John J. Barker (R.), J
W. Wilcox (R.).
Salt Lake, Nov. C Attorney Gen
oral A. L. Barnes Is considering the
question as to whether a normal
school diploma is sufficient for a
right to teach In the schools of tho
state without an additional teacher's
certificate from the state board of
education. He will render a decision
within a day or two.
The statutes on the matter seem
to be somewhat contradictory. A
careful examination of the sections
(governing the status of normal school
graduates show that graduates are
exempt from the supervision of the
state board of education in scholar
I But the statutes stato distinctly
j that it is necessary for candidates to
teach to pass an examination before
. the stato board of education In
morals, physical condition, and peda
igogic ability before receiving certi
jficate8 entitling them to Instruct in
,the schools of the slate In these
three departments, examination is
thorough, particularly in the matter
of physical status, including Investi
gation as to possible hcredluiry taint
and pulmonary conditions Notwith
standing confusion of the statutes In
some minor points, this main fact Is
considered plainly appnrent by tho
attorney general and he will so advise.
MRS. BERTHA M. BROWN
IS CALLED BY DEATH
Salt Lake, Nov. C. Mrs. Eertha M.
Brown, 2C years of age, wife of C. F
Brown, former United States drain
ago engineer, diod nt tho family resi
dence, 933 East Eleventh South
street, yesterday morning. Death
cauio after a lingering Illness, follow
ing an operation submitted to by Mrs.
I Brown nearly a year ago.
Mrs. Brown was born in Nephi, and
was the daughter of W. H. and Alice
May. She had lived In Granite
stake for the last sixteen years and
had been an activo church worker,
holding a position as counsellor in
tho Y. L. M- I A. at tho llm0 of
hor death. Besides her husband, she
1b survived by thrco children, hor
parents, two brothers. S. P. and J, P.
May, and a sister Mrs. Alice Wad
doups. Funeral announcement will be
LEAD SMELTING IS
FEATURE AT TOOELE
We are advised that the copper
furnaces at Tooelo plaut of the In
ternational company nro still closed
down as the result of tho strike, whon
Get a Home of Your Owe
U 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
operations were discontinued at the
Utah Consolidated and South Utah
properties, but everything points to
an early resumption In this depart
ment of the smolter.
The Utah Consolidated property id
working the ralno with a consider
able force of men and occasional ship
ments aro now being made to the
Tooelo plant. It should not be long
until theso are again normal and as
soon as a sufflclont supply of ore has
boon accumulated the furnaces will
be blown In.
The lead department of the Tooele
plant is going to full capacity while
tho new refinery at East Chicago,
which was placed In commission Oc
tober 3, Is now running full and giv
ing very satisfactory results. Tho
lead business of tho International
Smelting company Is far outstripping
that of copper and everything points
to a still further expansion In this
department over the already large
tonnage being secured. Thompson,
Towlo & Co.
Mammoth Coal Mining Company:
Principal place of business, Ogdon
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 tho names of the respective
shareholders, as follows:
Oo a en
-1 S M
Name. 2 S
g i .
Allen, A. A I 12 266
J302 16$ 70.25
Barton, M 17 42C 10C.50
Bullen, Newell 20 135 33.75
Buchinlllcr, Mrs. Al-
phorcttn 21 10S0 270.00
Browr. rnest G 248 10 2.50
Boyer, . Lee 261 1GC7 -110.75
Boyer, . M 2C2 1CG7 11C.75
Boyer. I. W 264 555 13S.75
Barlow, William J. . . 335 35 S.75
Drough, Lucy J 1S2 50 12.50
Campbell, Lucinda . . 23 133 33.25
Cardon, E. P 27 27 6.75
Campbell, Jonnthan ., 2S 108 27.00
Curtis, Geo. W 29 324 S1.00
Chrlstlanson, J 30 270 G7.50
Campbell, S W 139 200 50.00
Dralncy, Samuel E. .. 107 50 12.50
Gustavcson, Sanford . 41 133 33.25
Gelssoler. Frelcrick . 42 533 133.25
I lagan, Josoph 49 213
274 104 79 25
Ilartvigsen, J. L. ... 5S 215 53.75
Head. J. A 107 53 13.25
Hartvigsen. J. F. ...152 125 31.25
King, Thos. E 63 271
169 250 130.25
Keyes, Alma 66 54
199 100 3S.50
'xifgren, Nel3 Ill 150 37.50
MIctus, Peter 72 26G GG.f.0
Manning, D. E 75 270 07.50
Nielsen, Bend'. 77 533 133.25
Xielson, Hellen M ...194 100
273 50 37.50
NMelson, D. 0 219 500 125.00
Owens, Richard S3 53 13.25
Olscn, Lars E, 15G 200 50.00
Olsen, Gus 241 25 G.25
Preeco. hi. H S4 54
2G8 21 50.00
Packer, Halger D. . . . 124 100 25.00
Parker, Gilbert 12S 500 125.00
Peterson. L. K 134 150 37.50
Parkes. T. H. G 130 500 125.00
Robinson. Ella 270 54 13.50
Royal, Anna SO 27 G.75
Rose. O. H 259 27 G-75
Slater, James A 131 1 125 31.25
Schroder. Walter T. .217 2001 50 00
Udall. Alvin .1 269 100 25.00
Wolfley. Frederick ..104 5l 13.50
Walker. Wilford . ...1225 5001 125.00
Walker, Franklin 22C 600 125.00
Yates,' T. J 10G;1066 266.50
And In accordance with law, so many
shares o.f each parcel of such stock
aa may bo necessary will bo sold At
the office of the Secretary at No. 237
24th SL, Ogden City. Utah, on the
29th day of November, 1912, at tho
hour of U 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 Street, Ogden,
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING OF THE JAMES COAL AND
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual stockholders' mooting of the
James Coal and Ice company of Og
den, Utah, will be held at the office
of the company. No. 2230 Wall avenuo,
Ogdou, Utah, on Monday evening, No
vember 11, at 7:30 o'ciock, at which
time the reports of the officers wilt
be mado, directors elected for tho en
suing year and such other business
transacted as shall legally como be
fore the meeting.
Secretary James Coal and Ico Co.
Dated this 30th day of October, A. D.
Concult County Clerk or the Repo&
tlvo Signers lor Fu-ther
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Second District Court, In and
for Weber County, Utah.
In tho matter of tho cstato of Mark
Creditors will present qlalms with
vouchers to the undersigned at "MGS
Monroe avenue, In Ogd6u Cltv, Utah
on or before February 2Gth," 1913
ALMA J. LINDSAY,
G. H. BACKMAN,
' ' Attorney.
Masonic Queen Esther Chapter
No 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hajl on Washington ave
nuo botween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets, tho first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
raombors cordially invited to attend.
Lily V. Halslead, W. M. Callle E.
Unity Lodge, No. 18, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple. 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 30 p. m. Members o'f
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordlallv invited to attend. Ii L.
Herri ng'ton, W. M. Felix T. Moore.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 730 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Vlstlng neighbors Invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr Alice M. Ridge, M. D.,
67-58 Lewis block. Elizaboth BesL
G. N., 2543 Lincoln avenue, phono
1903-J. Marie Crites, Clerk. 2731
Sego Lily Circle No 171 moots ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p. m., in I. O O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially Invited.
Mary K. Blixt, G. N., 451 31st SL Kato
Heyman, Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J.
Od.l Fellows Ogden Lodge, No. 5.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
moots In I O. O. F hall every Tues
day ovenlng. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to be present. L. H.
Candlar 1, N Q. Henry KIssell, Sec
retary. Queen City Rcbekah Lodge, No. 4.
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday ovcnlngs at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting members Invited. Anna
Kissel. N G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Wcbcr Camp No. 74, meets In K. of
P. hall in tho Utah National bank
building every Thursday ovenlng at S
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
S o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock.
In Eagles hall, 2441 Hudson avo Vis
iting members cordially Invited to at
tend. Knthryn Egglcstou, L. C. L
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Division, No 121. O. R. C.
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p m.. in K of P Hall, comer
Washington avenue nnd 24th street.
All brothers arc cordially invited to
attend. C. H. Pearson. C. C. D L.
Boylcs, S and T
Royal Highlanders Meet ovory
first and third Fridays at S p. m.. at
K. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
dially invited. Andrew W. Nelson. I.
P. Wm. Mullcr. Sec and Trcas.. 25S2
Modern Wndmen of America
Utah Camp, No. 9990 meets every first
and third Tuesday ovenlng at 2
o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members Invited A. G. Jones,
Consul. J. H. Shar, Clerk.
Royal Neighbors of America Moots
every first and thiro Tuesday night
of cacK month at S y. m., "at tho
Moose hall on 25th SL V'eitlng neigh
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs. Anna RIos-Flnloy, M. D., room
21, Lewis block India Sawyer. Or
acle, 194S Jackson. Lllllai Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Order of Owls Ogden Nes No.
1218. Order of Owis, meets everv
Friday evening In Eagles' hall, o::
Hudson avenuo at S o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls are Invited to attend
the Nest meetings. W. II. Wright,
President. T. S. Shaughnessv Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth Btreet.
Knights of Pythias Ogden Lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
in, every Monday evening. All K. of
P.'s requested to meet with us. Geo.
. HarL C C. W. G. Kind, M. of E.
W. L Underwood, K. of R. & S
Fraternal Order of Eaglos Ogden
Aerie, No. US. F. O. E., meets every
I Wednesday evening at Eagle hall,
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock, 'visiting
brother Eagles nro invited to attend
tho aerio meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thos. Leslie, W. Presi
denL E. R. Gelger, Secretary. Dr. C.
E, Wardleigh, Aerie Physician.
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
75c per line per month, payable In
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nvc'a
Clothing Stoto,) 2411 Wash avo.
K. VAN- KAM PEN Phone SS3 for up
holstorlng. mattress making, ro.
stretching of bod Pprlng3
F. J. FREENOR, D. C; all acute nnd
chronic diseases. Rooms 13-14,
Jill Washington ave. Office hours.
9 to 11:30 a. in., 1 to 5 p. m. H-5-tf
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FURS cleaned and remodeled; 6klns
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
Jewsky, 375 23rd street
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phono us up; we
will call for 1L Bell phone, 325-K;
Inu , 72G.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCartv & Co.,
2728 Grant. Bell phone 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture"
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap A Siner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.ntv-fifth St. 6-13-lyr.
RIC -11. NOW sivo your heating
stoves a thought then Sumraerlll.
2304 Washington Ave.
Dr. Adna Davidson. Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, office 336 r5th St. Phone
997-J. Res. Phone 1617-J Over
PAINTING, paperhanglng and tinting.
Y den Ilortog, phono 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. in.
New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phono
19C3-W. Residence phone 2129-W. 61C
WasLington avenuo G-ll-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grar, or phono 127. 6-14-1 mo
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Young men. why do you not spend
your evenings In the night school and
fit yourself for business9 You can
do It. 11-6-lmo
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
HAVE Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory, 2455 Grant
PARASOLS nnd umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571-R. 7-5-tf
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phon: 828.
Office and Hospital. 215C Washington
Want advsrticements cost one cent
per word each issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
2f conts per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month Remember
flve avr-age words make a lino. All
advertlsem-nte on this page must be
paid In advance- No cxceDtlon to this
MIDDLE aged dishwasher and dining
room girl The Virginia. 10-29-2vk
olRL lor general housework; small
family. Phone 153-J. 2573 Fowler
WANTED Steady young ladles to
train for nursing at tho BurgeBS
WANTED Good woman for general
housework good wases. Apply 721
24th street. Call lu mornings.
WASHINGS Rough dry or Ironing.
504 30th St.. phone 1610-R. 11-o-lwk
POSITION as housekeeper by mid
dle tigod, educated lady. D., care
POSITION by elderly lady to do gen
eral house work. Address, Situa
tion, care Standard. 10-31-lwk
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 2485
Jefferson avo. 11-4-tf
BY A German, good English teacher.
P. O. Box 41. 11-2-21
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop.
23G9 Washington. 10-31-tf
ENERGETIC men; salary and com
mission, permanent position, and
good opportunity for promotion Ad
dross Box 774, Ogden. 10-31-lt
THREE experienced city salesmen.
Arabian Tea Importing Co, 2370
Washington Phone HO. U-G-lwk
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper,
lady or gentleman; state experi
ence," salnry expected and give refer
ences nnd rocord in first letter Rov.
1S1, Ogden. 11-5-lwk
EMPLOYMENT by a young married
man or good character and habits;
good business education, two years'
experience as retail grqeery clerk. H.
L., care Standard. U-6-lwk '
FOR RENT Furnished, aow, clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2
wit. up 53C 21st st. 3-13-lyr
TWO modern front rooms for light
housekeeping, 2G10 Monroe. 1378-R.
FOUR rooms; strictly modern; rea
sonable to small family. 8S0 2l3t
St Tel. 1474-AV. 11-G-lwlc
TWO furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; ground floor. 2525
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 12G-W. 22nd St. 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2824 Washing
ton Ave. Phone 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
3 ROOMS for housekeeping; on
ground floor. Reasonable. 2759
COSY sleeping rooms. 1G1 24th at
Phone 661-W. H-4-lmo
THREE light housekeeping roqmB nt,
2338 Wall ave. ll-'2-lwk
2 FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping with hath. I5G 22nd st.
3-ROOM, electric lights; city water.
2627 Lincoln. 10-31-lwk
3 or 4 ROOMS, "joap to right parties
at my new home, 244 27th SL
ROOMS, also houseKceping, gas,
range. Bellman Block, liu WashP
.nICELY furnished rooms. Phone 70k
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22nd iL
FURNISHED and unfurnished Hats.
2G31 Grant. 9-2G-6mo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum Hotel.
Phono 197$. 9-6-rf
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing; prices to suit- Utahna. 7-29(1
FREE bath; pricos moderate; must
bo rented. 4 OS Washington Ave
LARGE front room, separate, $5; also
3 rooms, 36; water and lights. Ap
ply 2155 Adams. 11-1-lwk
TWO modern front rooms for light
housekeeping. 2610 Monroe. 1378-R.
BOARD AND ROOM.
LARGE room with board for two
people. 526 25th St. 11-G-lwk
BOARD AND ROOM.
I WANT board and 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 beautilul 5-room
modem pressed brick bungalow, now
being completed at 225S Qulncy ave.
SIX-ROOM cottage, close In; also four
rooms; very reasonable. 2155 Ad
ams ave. 11-1-lwk
.NOVEMBER 25. largo, clean, modern
4 -room cottage, pantry and beauti
ful yard. S57 3d st. 11-1-lwk
MODERN S-rooni house. 27G9 Grani.
Inquire phono 95-W. 10-30-lwk
6-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th SL Apply Horocks Bros.
4 AND 5-ROOM houso, $10 per mo.
STRICTLY up-to-date unfurnished
apartments, hot and cold water.
2248 Jefferson. 11-5-lwk
4-ROOM furnished house; hot and
cold water; bath. 1941 "Washington
nve. Phone 13S5-J 11-6-31
5-ROOM modern furnished dwelling
house. 2712 Lincoln. n j-iwlc
FURNISHED Tho Corey Apartments.
Modern. 2511. Wash. Ave 3-6-rr
FOR RENT STORES j
THE VACANT building just east of
the Standard office is tor rent, ol
ther all or part Inquire at Stuudard
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate:
5100.00 up; real cstato contracts and
murtt;ages bougai and sold.
RICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2-176 WasDingtou Ave. Upstairs.
MOinEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J. J Brummitt. 4-27-lf
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry, flrearmi, etc..
Undo Sam's Loan Offlci. established
IfcSo. The Money Lendoro of Ogdeu
7S 25th St. C. II. Smith, Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can cot It today. Cheapest rntcs.
best and most private terms In Utah
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst
MORTGAGE LOANS on Impro'-t'l
faim or city property. HUNTER &
KENNEDY, 302 First National Bldg.
REASONABLE prices. 1154-J. 27S
22d st. 10-29-lwk
PASTURAGE r H
PASTURING nnd food In? Lorses for
tho winter. V. J. Hestmark, Kanes- H
'ville. Phone 5-N-2. 10-25-tf H
TRADE. L . ,H
I WILL TRADE a gpod irrigated fanti'' H
!n Uintah county with Ptock and., H
improvements for a home in Ogdon.1'. H
Address D. P. R Standard. l(-2K-rt mMMW
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS ' jjH
WASHING to do at home; no Ironing. l.CH
Miller, care Standard. ll-G-lv.kH
I WANT a 5 or 0 room house. Ad- of
dress Box G17. 1 l-2-lwk H
COWS wanted.' Phone 41-N2. Il
ONE HUNDRED head of horBes for ;IH
pasture. Smith ranch. North Ogden. .H
Phone 3-Z. 10-2S-.lnio H
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phone lH
2305-W. 10-18-1 mo tH
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight, lH
Phone J.344-W. 10-9-lmo H
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight. IH
1.314 Washington. lQ-9-lmo H
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Green- H
wood, 1399-J. 9-2S-lmo H
FOR SALE OR TRADE H
BUSINESS property on 24th bL near H
the postoffice, to exchange for farm H
or residence property. Phone 1076-W. H
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE H
FINE modern homes. $1,300 and up; IH
easy terms. Phone 1427. I
20 ACRES of good land G milos from H
county court houce; good water
right, four room house, 70 young ap- IH
pie trees. Terms, 1-2 down, 7 per IH
cent ou balance. Tel. 23 N-2 iH
25 ACRE farm, 17 acres farm or beet IH
land, good water right, S acres pas- IH
ture nnd yard. Terms half down. 7
per cent on balance. Tel 23 N-2 H
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS B
ONE single driver or delivery horse H
and two good milch cows. Phone
Gso-w. H-G-iwk Immt
FURNITURE. 2300 Grant. 11-G-lwk. IH
TWO COWS, G horses, 2 top spring VmW
wagons, single buggy, 3 harnesses. H
slnglo or bulk, cheap for cash. 5G0 H
East 2nd st. 11-2-lwk Mm
FOR HAhE 600 snares of Montello
Salt stock, 5 cents a share. C. T IH
Caro Standard. 10-31-lwk H
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- fMm
lator and 2-color ribbon, $35. Good H
machines for ront, ?2 month. Type- IH
writer Exchange, 425 24th 10-29-lmo IH
FRUIT cart, barber's furnace 400 H
gal tank, coal chute, cauldron, den- IH
tal chair, saxaphone, 5-room brick H
house. Bell 333. mW
TYPEWRITERS-Bargalns for salo. H
rentals, supplies, repairs. Ogden IH
Typewriter Exchange, 425 24th st. IH
Phone SS. 10-21-lmo H
ROOMING house and restaurant, IH
cheap; well locaced on 25th street. IH
Kelly & Herrlck 9-19-lt H
VACUUM CLEANERS H
ELECTRIC Santos ?1 day or $3 with JmM
operator Phonp SS. Electric Scrv- l
Ice Co., 425 24th st. 10-29-3wk H
FUR overcoat: between Ogden Valley
and Washington Ave. Roturn to G H
G. McFarland, 543 25th SL, reward. IH
SIX rings tied in brown ribbon, lib- IH
cral reward; return to this office. IH
LOST Gold watch charm, between IH
29th and 3lBt sts. Return to J C. UM
Schanck, 2953 Childs. Reward. VMM
lliVXii; (JAK1) H
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 191Z WM
(Mountain Time.) H
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- IH
ROAD COMPANY. Il
West Bound. Arrive. H
No. 3 Pacluc Coast Mall. .12.10 a.m. H
No. 409 Tintlc Passenger. .11:35 a.m. H
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40 p.m. H
No. 5 Cnlcaco-San Fran- H
Cisco Express 3: GO p.m. H
Cast Bound. Depart. H
I No. 6 San Franclsco-Chl- H
cago Express 7:15 a.m. H
No.-410 Tintlc Pnswnser.. 1:10p.m. mm
No. 2 Atlantic Couat Ltd.. 3:50 p.m. HHH
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:50 p.m. t j j
Fino roadbed, elegant equipment,
unsurpassed scenery City Ticket Of
fice. Reed Hotel Bldg.
F. FOUTS Aser.u
I Electric Way Between
Ogden and Brigham 1
LFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. f
Trains leave Ogden and Brigham t M
G:30 a. m 3,Q0 p. in.
7 30 a. m 4:30 p. ni. m
9:00 a. m 6:00 p. iu. M
' 10 : 3u a. m 7.30 p. m. m
12:00 noon 9:C0 p. m.
1:30 p. in 11:10 p. ni. Ml
First train from Ogdea start rom . IS
O. R. T. Depot All others start Irom IB
Union Depot. i Jol
In Ogden, trains stop only at S U fat
& Ogden Depot, O. It. T. Depot and t jH
Five Points. JU
CANYON LINE j If
SCHEDULE ; m
Effective Nov. 6th, 1912. ; M
Car will loavc the Union L'cpot for ! In
the Hermitage at l:00. 2:20, 3:40 and "ill
5:00 p. ni." Ij
Cars will leave the Union Depot for j,1
the Sanitarium at 6:30, '7:30, S:30 and II
9:30 m. ' II
Last car will leave tbo Hermitage ; CI
at 5:4" p. hk ' ' U
Last car will leave the Sanitarium . H
at 10:00 p. m. ' i I
On Sundays extra cars to Hermi- Jfl
tago at 10:20 and 11:40 &. m. MUt