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H . THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. & ,
.' ' WESTERN VACUUM
I GLEANING CO.
i , ' Cleans your carpets and rugs, also
hard wood floors. Work guaran-
'. a teed. Prices rlgHt.
H In phoning please give accurate
llf address and phone number.
W 165 Twenty-sixth St. Phone 1045
If THE UTAH SHOE
JjJJ5 Men's Half Soles Sewed oe
1-. 65 CENTS
151 Ladies' and Children's
! Ssl Half Soles
IN ' 40 CENTS
Kej SOLES FIXED IN 10 MINUTES.
N Sr i Best workmanship and Wide Oak
ti?i Leather used. If you try our work
jjiM once you will surely come again.
-' 221 TWENTY-FIFTH ST.
I OGDEN, UTAH
wUS Phone 321. 408 25th Street
j Wo havo the largest van 'n the
tj city. Quick service. Moving, ship,
i ping and handling pianos. Prompt
' freight deliveries. Furniture mov-
J Ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
8j j able rateB-
p! CLARA BERGES jjj
!& Private IJospital 5
gyt I IDEAL SITUATION I
lck I EXPERT ATTENDANCE I
JlH I J 84 23rd St. PI no 1'63 1
ifm' - ft? Medical, Surgical and Obstet- n
T4S1 m rlcal Cases Taken. Q
1 I VIENNA OAFEl
fl& I 322 Twenty.fif th St. fi
igj3 B Special Dinner 25 j
Jl2J I Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. 1
jpjfj I Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. 7
jferr L Lee and Foon, Managers
pS .Hausecleaning Company
LLj HOUSFCLEANINn IN ALL ITS
IE1? BRANCHES. Wallpaper cleaning.
c kalsomlnlng, painting, upholster-
T lng. furniture repairing by expert
fiau workmen Charges rcasonablo
f" Resldenco 2223 Washington, Phonu
UpLS Office, Phone 13-H-J.
B 1 CARPENTERS, ATTENTION. 1
Bri 1 Al1 slzcs- R
Afj? S The Big Cut Co-op Overalls. W
H N. 0. OGDEN CO.
liri 236 25th St.
fiW tfti BETTER COME TO
SI i CRAWSHAW'S
(jBJJ .. ffl 219 25th Street.
jiSyS 3R And have a few post cards tak-
.Jj$ y en-$1.00 tho dozen.
fil Tile Newport
Sij JIM, WONG-WE, Managers.
S 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
igPJ Open Day and Night.
ftffw Everything Sanitary, Fresh Meats
"S The Bread with the Home- n
ggtf Q Made Flavor. K
0!L 1 MOTHER'S CHOICE
$JY 1 Made by H
tfSuJ, Q DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING U
PO 1 COMPANY H
tfJil H 2258 Grant Avenue 8
l taj "A X.i- & 7i.vi (UoJ Enough"
$ FALSTAFF CAFE
ifili W TH08. FEENEY, Prop.
fi i watxsr j imp sss
gs ' Palace Cafe
)Jfe i Speclel Binner . . 25c
g Lunch from 11 a. m. to p. m.
W&t Dinner from 4 p. m. to ( p. t.
rr TOM HOY, Mgr 284 ?Sth St.
j r I Choicest and latest patterns
itji i in Dinnervare at prices to suit
W '. all. Nfiv. arrivals every day
Wm I I f fancy china.
m ' iE. A. (3LSEN
i ( 2259 Wash. Phone 1100.
Ml CHESTER S PILLS
llKWl r j Till: MIA3Ior.'l BUAND. A
-ii?Rt, 'L1j!14 I'm 'ft nJ an1 GoJ D.ciiincv
KpsiS" B W 3SVV1 Toko nu ulhrr. Jlr ofr.nr V
yku? K I C flf' niAfOND iu:am riLi,M, (cr ar.
Sg; Ik " SOLD BY DMQ1STS EVERYWHERE
The Webor academy has urranged
for the opening of Us department in
balroom dancing. Classes will be or
ganized for tho commencement of
work at the academy at 7 o'clock thts
evening. Hereafter the classes will
meet at regular Intervals.
While the department wns created
primarily for the students of tho
academy, arrangements have been
made to admit a few from the outside.
Members of several prominent fami
lies havo made application for mem
bership. Tho decision to permit responsible
people from outside the school to Join
the classes was arrived at after mem
bers of prominent families had signi
fied a desire to have a place where
they could enjoy dancing without go
ing to the public dance halls.
Prof. E. V. iNichols is in charge of
the department and he declaroi-that
the prospects this year are brighter
than ecr before.
KING OF THE BOX
Every city has a best pitcher iu
the world Tn Chicapo they will tell
you confidentially that it is Ed
Walsh Phllly has Its Plank; -Brooklyn,
Ruckcr; Boston knows that it
is Joe Wood, and in New York Mnr
quard is the greatest ever But if
you really want to know Just who is
the greatest pitcher In the gamo to
day, ask the players themselves
they certainly ought to know They
will tell you that it Is Walter John
son! That's the good word, "Johnson the
Speedy." So say they all,' Cobb, Jack
son. Chase ct al ; they will tell you
so unhesitatingly. And what Is more,
they seemingly ought to know where
of they speak, so fan friend we can
be pardoned for referring to Walter
Johnson as the greatest.
It was with some awe that we ap
proached this king of pitchers you
know how kings arc sometimes, but
we had been reassured that Walter
was a perfectly good king and qulto
A large, likable, quiet fellow ho was
a raw boned Kansas farmer still, pop- ,
ular among his fellow players and
small gatherings of friends small be
cause he docs not make friends like
he pitches Kindly looking, honest
eyes greet you as you approach him.
Light blue they are. almost tco light
and containing a depth of feeling and
ladiating the saddest of rays.
Slow a3 Lav.
There Is nothing very speedy about
Johnson except his pitching. Other
wise he Is as slow as law. He moves
slow, talks slow and cats and sleeps
like a waiter; he even runs his au
tomobile in an "out of gasoline" man
ner. But maybe that accounts for
his smoky pitching Mnybe he uti
lizes and concentrates every particle
of speed in his system Into that good
"Well, I roally couldn't say how I
throw them so fast." drawled John
son. "I always could throw hard
even as a boy. It's tho way I throw,
I guess I mean It Isn't due to
Btrength of arm. I have seen lit
tle fellows throw much farther and
faster than stroncer and bigger men.
Take for Instance the little lady who
holds the world's record for throwing
the baseball for women. She was a
mere slip of a girl, yet sho was able
to throw farther than most men "
"No, I never trained for speed," an
"Neither have I undergone any
course of development to produce it
except to grow up In sunny south
ern California "
"A native''" I asked hopefully.
"No, not quite. I was born in Hum
boldt Kan., on November C, 1888, but
moved to California when a youngster
of 11 It was near Los Angoles my
folks moved and near that place that
I learned to play ball."
As Johnson dislikes to talk, we will
talk for him and save him that em
barrassment of "talking about hlm
eelf." Johnson, although he earns his liv
ing In the big cities. Is at heart a
farmer, and Is never happy unless
far awav from the giddy swirl and
alone. No wonder he hns never
learned to talk readily
Played Bush Ball,
Well, Walter played ball around
the City of Anaels until 1904. but
never professionally or regularly. It
was verv bush sort of ball that Wal
ter Indulged In. and he probably- had
not played more than ten leal games
of ball until a friend of his. Bar
nctt by name, offered him a position
with tho Tacoma (Wash ) club In
the Northwestern league. Up to 'Ta
coma went Johnson at 1G years of
age, full of hope but little confi
dence, which wns probably lespon
slblo for his falling to get on there.
But he did catch on with the Woiener
club In Idaho Ho made good ther
co emphatically that Manager Can
tlllou of the Washington American
league club slcnod him up In 110G
And he Is still here, as yon can ver
ify by paying four bits most anv
But, my1 how that ball does hop by.
ZIP Like that! No wonder they
don't hit 'cm. It's hard on tho catch
ors, too Hark' One day last yoor
Walter was shooting the movpr with
unseen speed Into Charley Street's
reinforced glove They were getting
x little too hot for Charley that da.
fo the popular catcher thought he
saw a way out of the game and the
business of standing behind the bat
to be siiot at with n baseball.
Oh' he would pan the umpire and
kick himself out of tho gamo! Fine
idea He waited for an opportunity
At last a slight pretext afforded it
belf. That was his cue and out son-ted
Street after the umpire. But ho
had not advanced more than two steps
when the relief catcher. E?nn. was
bin name, made a Hying tackle and
boro Charley to tho ground and held
him there so he couldn't kick at all.
Ho, too, had been figuring and you
can "betcha" llfo he was not go in 3
in there to tackle those hot ones If
he could help it, either. '
And that's how fast he throws 'em.
Sometlraca ho has so much speed ho
can't control them the ball takes on
an unusual "shoot," he sayg He is
never nervous, necr gets tired, never
gets discouraged, never Is afraid or
hitting a batsman and Is never try
ing to shirk his work. Sounds like'
Get a Home of Your Owe
H 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
the best pitcher in the business doca
But It Is his remarkable speed that
makes him greaL
Haw can you hit 'em when you
can't see 'em?
Answer rae that!
Blflgeat Mn In Civil War.
"The blggeat man of tho Civil war,"
&b he was called by his neighbors,
died recently at Washington, Pa. WH
Ham P Ban neTor, wore shoulder
straps, although hi term of aervlco
In the Union army extended from )
June, 1862, until the cIoeo of hostili
ties, and hlB tltlo referred only to hlB
height When he enlisted In Com
pany A, Twenty-second Pennsylvania
Toluntccrs, ho weighed about three
hundred pounds and measured a trifle
over soven feet four Inches In his
stockings. He waB "lanky" In build
and became known an Big Pat Ban.
Writing of him, tho Wachlngton (Pa.)
Obeorvcr BayB "Circus day was the
gladsomo day for Pat, and no one In
all the crowds in town on that day got
nearly ob much enjoyment out of the
occasion aa did the Oreeuo county
giant when groups of children and
their elders, too, gathered about him
to gaze up Into his face and nek him
strange questions of how It felt to be
a giant. It was rhe "me way at tho
national encampment cf the Grand
Army of the Republlo, when Prt usu
ally led the parado."
Mightier Than Armleo.
Ideas go booming through tho world
loudor thun cannon. Thoughts nro
mightier than arralea. Principles
havo achieved mors victories than
horsemen or chariots.
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
Augubt, 1912. the several amounts set
opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows:
o o a to
, zi r
Allen. A. A 121 2CC
;H02 15$ 70.23
Barton, M 17 42C 10C 50
Bullcn, Newell 20 135 33.75
Buchmlllor, Mrs. Al-
phoretta 21 10S0 270.00
Brown, Ernest G 2-1S 10 2.60
Boyer, H. Lee ., 2C1 1CC7 41C75
Boycr, E. M 202 1CG7 41C.75
Bovor. I. W 264 555 13S 75
Barlow, William J. ..335 35 S.75
Campbell. Luclnda . . 23 133 33 25
Cardon, E. P 27 27 0.75
Campbell, Jonathan . 2S 108 27.00
Curtis, Geo. W .' 29 324 SI 00
Chrlstlanson, J 30 270 C7.50
Campbell, S. W 139 200 0 00
Drainey, Samuel E. . . 137 CO 12.50
Gustaveson, Sanford . 41 133 33.25
Golsseler, Frederick . 42 533 133.25
Hogan, Joseph 49 213
274 104 79 25
Hnrtvigsen, J. U ... 5S 215 53.75
Head. J. A 107 53 13.25
Hartvlgsen, J. R ... 152 125 31.25
King, Thos. E C3 271
1C9 250 130.25
Keycs, Alma C6 51
199 100 3S50
Lofgren, Nels Ill 160 37 50
Mletus. Peter 72 2'6C 00.50
Manning, D. E 75 270 07 50
Nielsen, Bond'. 77 533 133.25
NIelson. Hellen M. ... 194 100
273 50 37 50
NIelson. D. 0 219 500 125.00
Owens, Richard 83 53 13.25
Oiscn, Iars E 150 200 50.00
Olsen, Gus 241 25 C.25
Preecc, M. H SI 54
2GS 21 50 00
Packer, Halgcr D. ...121 100 25 00
Parker, Gilbert 12S 500 125.00
Peterson, L. K, 131 150 37.50
Parkes. T. H. G 13G 500 125.001
Robinson Ella 270 54 i3 50
Royal, Anna 80 27 C.75
Rose, O. II 259 27 0 75
Slater. James A 131 125 31.23
Schroder, Walter T. .217 200 50.00
Udall, Alvln J 2G9 100 25 00
Wolf ley, Frederick 104 61 13.30
Walker, Wllford ...225 TOO 125 00
Walker Franklin ... 22G 500 125.00
Yates. T J lOC'lOGGJ 2CG.50
And In accordance with law, so many
sharcB of each parcel of such stock
as mny be necebBary will be dold .it
the office of the Secretary al No. 237
21th Si. Ogden City. Utnh, on the
29th day of Novcmlwjr, 1912, at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. in. to paj delln-
mifnt ni9Mnm(tite thnrncin lrrrfhi-
with tho cost of advertising and ex
pense of tale. .1 II. F VOLKER,
Office No. 237 24 th Street, Ogden,
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING OF THE JAMES COAL AND
Notico iG hereby glvon that the an
nual utockholdcis' mooting of the
James Coal and Ice company of Og
den. Utah, will be held at tho office
of tho company, No. 2230 Wall avenue,
Ogden, Utah, on Monday evening, No
vember 11, at 7 30 o'clock, at which
lime the reports of the officers wlh
bo made, directors elected for tho en
suing year and such other buulnens
transacted as ahull legally come be
fore the meeting.
Secretary James Coal and Ice Co.
Dated this 30th day of October, A. D.
MaBonlc Queen Esther Chapter
No 1, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets, tho first and third
Fridays of each month Sojourning
members cordially invited to attend.
Lily V Halstead, W M Callle E.
Unity Lodge, No. IS, F. & A M.,
Masonic Temple. 2E50 Washington
nonuc. Meetings every Wednesday
ovening at 7 '30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. II. I,
Herrlugton, W. M. Felix T. Moore.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No 581, meets evcrj Wednesday
night at 7 30 o'clock. K of P hall
Vlstlng ncighbois invited Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M Ridge, M. D..
57-5S Lewis block. Elizabeth Best.
G N., 2543 Lincoln avenue, phono
1903-J. Marie Critcs. Clerk, 2731
Sego Lily Clrclo No 171 meots ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights nt S p. m In I O. O. F hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially Invited.
Mary E. BUM. G. N.. 131 31st St Kate
Hcyman, Clerk, Bell phono 1247-J
Oc I Fellows Ogden Lodge, No. 5.
Independent Order of Odd FellovB,
meets In I. O. O F. hall every Tues
day evening. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to be present, L. H.
Cand'lar I, N. G. Henry Kissel!, Sec
retary. Queen City Rebekah Lodge, No 4.
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Follows hall
Visiting m ambers invited Anna
Kissel. 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 evening at S
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
Invited to attend. Fred E. Williams.
C. C , E. Auth. Clerk, First National
LADIES of tho Maccabees, Silver hive
No. 1, L. O T. M., meets every
fust 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 ao. Vis
iting members cordially Imttcd to at
tend. Kathryn Egglcston, L. C, L
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Division, No 124, O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. m, In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington aenuo and 24th street.
All brothers are cordially Invited to
attend. C. H. Pearson, C. C. D L.
Iloylcs, 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. Mullcr, Sec and Treas., 2582
Knights of Pythias Ogden Lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castlo hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday ovening. All K. of
P "s requested to meet with us. Geo.
13. Hart. C. C. W G. Kind, M. of E.
W L Underwood, K. of R. & S
Brotherhood of American Yoemen
Ogden Homestead. No 1505. meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K P.
hall. VlBltlng Archers are cordiallv
Invited to meet with us. W. S
O'Brien, Foreman, 2538 Grammcrcy
avenue J A. Junk, Correspondent.
Order of Owls Ogden Nes No
1218. Ordcr of Owls, meets every
Friday evening in Eagles' hall, oh
Hudson avenue at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls are Invited to attend
the Nest meetings. W. II. Wrlsht,
President. T S Shaughncssy, Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aorlo, No. IIS, F. O E., meets every
Wednesday ovening at Eagle hall,
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock Visiting
brother Eagles are Invited to attend
tho aerie meetings Club rooms open
at 11 a. m Thos. Leslie. W. Presi
dent E R Gelgcr, Secretary. Dr. C.
E Wardlelgh, Aerie Physician.
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
76c per line per month, payable In
LAWYER O'COWNOLLY. (over Nyc'd
Clothing Stoio) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAM PEN Phone SS3 for up
holstering, niaiiross making, ro
strctchlag ot bed pprlngs
P J FRESNOR, D C . all acute and
chronic diseases Rooms 1C-K,
2411 Washington avo. Office houro.
9 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. 11-5-tf
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed, work guaranteed. T. Ga
joweky, 375 23rd street,
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If vou havo
any kind of Junk, phone us up: we
will call for It. Bell phone. 325-K:
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTOR'S
CITY SCAVENGER, McCartr & Co".
2723 Grant Bell phono 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
Nothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Siner. Phono 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.ntv-flfth St. 6-13-lyr.
RK -I'l NOW jlo your heating
stoves a thought then Summcrlll,
2304 Washington Ave.
Dr Adna Davidson. Dr Margaret M
Burns, office 33G r5th St. Phone
097-J Res. Phone 1C17-J Over
PAINTING, paporhanglng a"jd tinting
V den Hortog, phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
Now Peory Bldg., Hudson Ave Phono
19GW Residence phone 2129-W. C1C
Wasl Ingtori avenue C-ll-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grari, or phone 127 C-14-lrno
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Young men, whj do you not spend
your evenings in the night school and
fit yourself for business9 Yon can
do It 11-G-lmo
SPIRELLA CORSET Mrs Smith.
HAVE Gallocher repair vour trunks
Ogden Trunk Factory, 245o Grant
PARASOLS and umbrollas recovered.
Bell 571-R 7-5-lf
E. A. RUNDY, D. V S. Phon: 828.
Office and Hospital, 215C Washington.
Want advertlsemcntc cost one cent
per word each issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion Icgs than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
2." cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flve avrage words make a line. All
advertlsem-ntfi on this page must be
paid In advance. No cxccDton to this
GIRL wanted at the Orpheum Candy
GIRL for housework; good wages. t30
21th. Phone 914.
MIDDLE aged dlshwashor and dining
room girl. Tho Virginia. 10-29-2wk
GIRL lor general housowork; small
family. Phone 153-J. 2573 Fowler
WANTED Steady young ladles to
train for nursing at the Burgess
WANTED Good woman for general
hausework good wases. Apply 724
21th street Call In mornings.
WASHINGS Rough dry or Irontng.
504 30th St.. phono 1G10-R. 11-6-lwk
POSITION as housekeeper by mid
dle aged, educated lady D., caro
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 24S5
Jefferson ave. 11-l-tf
BY A Germnn. good English teacher.
P. O. Box 41. ll-2-2t
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop.
23G9 Washington. 10-3l-tf
THREE experienced city salesmen.
Arabian Tea Importing Co., 2370
Washington Phono 110. ll-6-lwk
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper,
lady or gentleman, state experi
ence, salary oxpeclcd and give refer
ences and record In first letter. Bov
181, Ogden. 11-5-lwk
EMPLOYMENT by n young married
man of good charactei and habits;
good business education, two years
experience as rotail grocery clerk. II.
L.. caro Standard. 11-C-lvk
UNFURNISHED ROOMS, i
LARGE front room, separate. 55; also
3 rooms, $G: water and lights. Ap
ply 2153 Adams 11-1-lwk
BOARD AND ROOM.
LARGE rom wStH uard for two
people. 62G 23th St. 11-6-lwk
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms. "62
wk. up 636 31at at 3-13-lyr "
TWO modern front rooms for light
housekeeping, 2G10 Monroe 1378-R.
TWO furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; ground floor. 2525
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 120-W. 22nd St. 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2S21 Washing
ton Ave. Phone 2123-M. U-5-lnio
3 ROOMS for housekeeping , on
ground floor. Reasonable. 2759
COSY sleoping rooms. IGl 24th st
Phone CC1-W ,11-1 -lmo
THREE light housekeeping 1001113 au
233S Wall avo. 11-2-lwk
1 FURNISHED looms for light housfi- j
keeping with bath. 15G 22nd at.
3 or 1 ROOMS, .'ieap to right partlcn
at niv new home, 211 27th St.
ROOMS, i also housekeeping, gas,
range. Bellman Block. zMi Wash.
NICELY mrnished rooms. Phono 711b
HOUSEKEEPING moms. 171 22nd t.
FURNISHED and unfurnished Hats.
2031 Grant 9-2G-Gmo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, nt Orpheum Hotel
Phoi.e i:?. u-G-cr
FURNISHED rooms lor housekeep
ing, prices to suit. Utahna. l-'l'Mi
FREE batn; prices moderate; must
I be reined 24uS Washington Ave
BOARD mNu ttOOM.
I WANT board and room with bath,
on bench, 3 blocks from high school,
shall bring piano. Address Male High
School Teacher, Standard office.
UNFURNISHED HOUSES. '
STRICTLY modern house. Apply Dr.
I-ROOM modern brick with basement,
nearly new; good location. 320 j
Wash. Pl.one 970. 11-7-lwk
G-ROO,M modern brick, gas, $30. CD.
IVES, 380 25th st. 11-G-lwk
DON'T pay rent. Will sell on month
ly payments a beautiful 5-room
modern pressed brick bungalow, now
uelng completed at 225S yulncy ave.
SIX-ROOM cottage, close In; also four
rooms; very reasonable. 2155 Ad
ams ave. 11-l-llvk
NOVEMBER 25. large, clean, modem
4-room cottage, pantry and beauti
ful vard. S57 3d st. 11-1-lwk
G-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th St. Applv Horocks Bros.
1 AND 5-ROOM Iioubc, $10 per mo.
STRICTLY up-to-date unfurnished
apaitments; hot and cold watet.
224S Jefferson. 11-5-lwk
4-ROOM furnished house; hot and
eold water, bath. 1941 Washington
ave. Phone 13S5-J. ll-G-31
5-ROOM modern furnished dwelling
house. 2712 Lincoln. 11-1-lwk
FURNISHED The Coroy Apartmonta.
Modorn 25u Wash. Avo. 3-5-tr
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just east of
the Standard office Is for rent, ei
ther all or part. Inquire at Standard
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estato;
5100.00 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
B1CHSEL INVESTMENT. CO
2476 ddnm,jlon Ave. Upstairs.
MOisEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J. J Brummltt. 4-27-tf
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry, firoavmi , etc ,
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
1KS3 Tho Money Lenders or Ogden
27S 23th St. C H Smith, Prop
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It today Choapost rates,
best and most private ttrms In Utah
D D. Drake, over Paine S: Hurst
MORTGAGF. LOANS on Improved
farm or city property. HUNTER &
KENNEDY. 502 first National Bldg.
FUR overcoat, between Ogdon Valley
and Washington Ave. Return to G.
G. McFarlaud. 5-itI 25th St , reward.
SIX ringo tied In brown ribbon; lib
oral reward; return to this office
REASONABLE prices. 145 l-J. 27S
22d Et. 10-29-lwk
WANTED TO BUY
I WANT a .5 or 0 loom hoiiGc. Ad
droas BorGlT. U-S-lwk
PASTURAGE M !H
PASTURING and feeding I.'oracs , "H
the winter. V. J. Hostmark, Kanltx iiiiiifl
vlllc. Phone 5-N-2. 10-25 I "fl
TRADE. S 1
I WILL TRADE a good irrigated fnru jH
iu Uintah county with stock nncm H
Improvements for a homo in OgdeiiK
Address D. P. R.. Standard 10-2i,-rifBj l
WANT&D MISCELLANEOUS H
DRIVING hor.e Will keep well forB ; H
use during winter. Phone G07. V fi H
CURTAINS and laundry 3209 Wash " H
I Phone 1044 -W. 11-7-imo B !H
I WASHING to do at home, no honing V
Miller, caie Standard. li-C-lwk H ; H
COWS wanted. Phone II -X2 "Bt rH
10-30-lmo ' 'j
ONE HUNDRED', head or horses for fi H
pasture Smith ranch, North Ogden Vl IH
Phone 3-Z. 10-23:imo V 1
LAUNDRY work, curtains. Phon' I) !.
-05-W- 10-lS-lmo Vi' ;H
CURTAINS laundered. Mr3 KnMit lc "
Plnno 1344-W. ,10-9-lmo lj BH
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight ! !""""i
341 Washington. 10-9-lmo 1' lH
CURTAINS laundeied Mrs - Green- Hi1l
wood. -1399-J. , , 9-2S-lmo F"
FOR SALE OR TRADE ! Vl
BUSINESS property on 24th st. near H
the postofflce, to oxchango tor farm jH
or residence property. Phone 1078-W t' H
io-2G-tf y 'H
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE B ''M
NEW briok bnnialow; bargain; cas
terms. C. D. IVES, 3SU 1-511) st. H
FINE modern homes, $1,300-and up, I
easy terms. Phono 1427. Wt JH
20 ACRES of good land C miles from H
county court houce; good watet H
right, four room house, 70 young ap- ,H
plo trees. Terms, 1-2 down. T per iBflfl
cent on balance. Tel. 23 N-2, rBH
23 ACRE farm, 17 acres farm or beet , H
land, good water right. & acres pas- VH
luro and yard. Terms hnlf down. 7 ' tBH
per cunt on balance. Tel 23 N-2.
5-AORE chicken and fruit ranch. C. D H
IVES, 3S0 25th st. 11-C-lmc HH
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS ' '.H
THREE head or light work horses, one ' H
saddle pony, all good, sound, gentk ' Hflfl
horses to work or rldo; 2 sets or bar-
ness, one stock saddle, one wcl ' H
equipped sheop wagon. Will sell al jH
together or separate. Inquire 320c , jH
Wash Phone 970. 11-7-Lw! ' H
THREE (3) horsepower motor foi , M
sale cheap. Inquire E. F. Bratz. VH
ONE single driver or delivery horse
and two good milch cows. Phone , M
G50-W U-G-lwk JM
FURNITURE. 2300 Grant. 11-G-lwk. H
TWO COrS, G horses, 2 top ' spring IH
wagons, single buggy, 3 harnesses, FH
single or bulk, cheap tor cash. 5G0 UaBH
East 2nd st. 1l-2-lw!c tf HH
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- I H
lator and 2-color ribbon, $35, Good j BB
machines for rent, $2 month Type- ; HI
writer Exchange, 425 24th 10-29-lmo
FRUIT cart, barber's furnace. 40C n M
gal. tank, coal chute, cauldron, den- Hfl
tal chair, saxaphonc, 5-room brick ' BB
house. Bell 333. BB
TYPEWRITERS Bargains for sale; - JM
rentals, supplies, repairs. Ogden , IBB
Typewriter Exchansc, 425 24th st. ' jBBJ
Phono 38. 10-21-lmo BJ
VACUUM CLEANERS J H
ELECTRIC Santos $1 day or $3 with , l" H
operator. Phone SS. Electric Serv- BBJ
Ice Co., 425 24th st. 10-29-3wk BJ
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 19 iu BB
(Mountain Time.) " BB
DENVER &. RIO GRANDE RAIL- ijH
RCAD COMPANY. f JM
West Bound. Arrive. ' BB
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall. .12:10 a.m. c BB
No. 409 Pintle Passenger.. 11:35 a,m. BB
No. 1 Facltic Coast Ltd,.. J;40p.m. BB
No. 5 Chicago-San Fran- BB
cltco Express 3; 50 p.m. BJ
East Bound. Depart. BB
No. 6 San Franclsco-Chl- BB
cago Express 7:15 a.m. . BB
No. 410 Tlntlc Passengor.. 1:10 p.m. BJ
No. 2 Atlantlo Coast Ltd.. 3:50 p.m. BB
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:50 p.m. 14BBI
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment, lVBl
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- BBBi
ice, Rood Hotel Bldg. BB
F. FOUTS. Agent. BBfl
Electric Way Between H
Ogden and Brigham
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. U BB
Trains leave Ogden and Brigham Ja BB
G:30 a. m 3.00 p. ra. I Bfl
7:30 a. m 4:30 p. ni. if J
9.00 a. m G:00 p in. I BJ
10.30 a. m 7:30 p.m. I
12-00 noon 9:00 il m. & H
1.30 p. m 11:10 p. ui. I H
Fust train from Ogdca starts irom B H
O. R. T. Depot. All others ctart from , jft H
Union Depot. ll B
In Ogden, trains stop only at S. L. M m
Ai Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depor ana ;:P M
Five Points. !" H
CANYON "LINE " " li M
SCHEDULE I M
Effective Nov. 6th 1912. ; M
Car will leave the Union Depot for I H
tho Hermitage at TOO, 2:20, 3: lo and ' I H
5:00 . m. M
Cars will leave tho Union Depot for '. M
the Sanitarium at G:30. 7:30, .S:30 and AM
Last car will leave the Hermitage j jH
Last car will leave tho Sanitarium !fl
nt 10:00 fiTI
On Sundnyr. oxtra cars Lo lienu!- tt H
tage at 10:20 and 11:40 a. m. ft MM