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I THE EVENING .STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912. " ' ' 3 & W
i COUNTS HE
A. P. of L. Expected to
Adopt Radical Change
In Its Policy
Rochester, X. Y.. Nov. S. Court de
cision alleged to be Inimical to union
labor probably will be chief topic for
debate at the convention of the
American Federation of Ibor, It was
said today. These include the con
viction of Gompors, Morrison and
Mitchell for contempt of court and
y the imposition of a fine in the Dan-
bury hatters case.
, The preliminary meetings to tho
annual convention of the American
Federation of Labor, which will open
; here November 11. continued today
with sittings of the union label and
1 metal trades departments
"r ' Many delegates express themselves
as confident that the federation will
adopt a radical change In policy at
UTOPIA OF BOXERS
San Francisco, Nov S. Grover
Hayes, the Columbus, Ohio, light
weight, returning from Australia with
his manager, Willard Stuart, reports
that the supposed prosperous field
there for American boxers is entirely
over rated. Stuart also alleges that
Hugh Mcintosh, the principal Aus
tralian promoter, broke the contract
which Mcintosh's repreBentatho. Tom
1 Andrews had given Hayes before they
left this country.
"Rather than 'suffer this injustice,"
said Stuart, "we paid our own way
j home when Mcintosh had guaranteed
. us round trip tickets."
I "Sam Langford received only ?325
for defeating McVcy in Melbourne re
' ' centlv. The Svdnev stadium, which
' ! ' i8 said to seat 20,000. holds but 9,000
I i ' at the most. The prices range from
I 50 cents to $2 50.
I "Australian fight rules prevail, forc-
f Ing boxers to separate as soon as
i r one's hand touches another's shoul-
' i nn
P COLLEGE THINGS
' BECOME HISTORIC
; Princeton, N J., Nov. S With the
; election of "Woodrow Wilson as the
twenty-eighth president of the United
I Istates. a great many things in Prlnce-
! ; ton have assumed an historical aluc
Chief among those is the room occu
pied b Woodrow Wilson, Princeton,
I : 79.
Valcoulon IClllcott. the Princeton
: sophomore who now occupies room
h iXo 7 in Witherspoon hall, did not
know when he got it that It was
historic. When he put a black coat
of paint on the mantel and puttied up
I its various carvings of initials and
i hecords of athletic victories, he fears
r that he covered up the initials "T. V
W.. '79." for It was as "Tommy" W.
wilron that the presluent-elcct was
; l-".own in his col'ege days
! , Billikon
I ' Hcucciear:nfj Company
I ' HOUSFCLEANIN IN ALL 1TG
j BRANCHES Wallpaper cleaning
j kalsoinining pa'.nting, upholstcr-
I Ing furniture repairing hy expert
; workmen Charge" reasonable
I Residence 2223 Washington. Phono
' Office Phono 134 t-J
In I CARPENTERS, ATTENTION.
II a (-he Big Cut Co-op Overalls. 1
II 1 N. O. OGDEN CO. B
236 25th St. B
t ' 7C "
i $ 1ETTER COME TO
i I CRAWSHAW'S
I Rffi 219 25th Street
I gffl And have a few post cards tak-
. j en $1.00 the dozen.
i The Newport
JSt JIM, WONG-WE, Managera.
J 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
Open Day and Night.
u Everything Sanitary Fresh Meat3
4 . nBfffTfnfiw'MWHyjAMm'iWIMB
M U The Bread with the Homo- j
! H Made Flavor. n
: 1 MOTHER'S CHOICE 1
0 ft Made by 9
: I DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING W
I COMPANY M
fl U 2252 Grant Avenue Kj
t i A
6M. jj "x Utile iktltr Tn,r. CcoJ bjicsh"
IB FALS7AFF CAFE
Wk THOS. FEENEY. Prrp
Special Dinner . . 25c
Lunch from 11 a. m. to , p. m
Dinner from 4 p. t. to p. rr.
TOM HOY, Mgr 284 ?.3th St
Choicest and latest patterns
in Dinnerware at prices lo suit
all. New arrivals every clay
of fancy china.
m, E. A. OLSEN
Ml 2259 Wash. Phone 1100.
H : Read tho Classified Ads.
Talesman Report For
Trial of Slayers of
New York, Nov S. Two hundred
talesmen reported at tho criminal
courts building today for the trial of
"Whllcy" Lewis. "Lefty Louie," "Gyp
tho Blood" and ' Dago Frank," Indict
ed for murdering Herman Rosenthal,
at Charles Becker's bidding. Anoth
er murder case occupied Justice Goff's
attention this morning, but It wn9 ex
pected that it would be concluded
by noon or soon thereafter, when tho
selection of the jury to try the al
leged gunmen was to begin."
READY FOR RUGBY
GAME ON COAST
Berkeley, Cal., Nov S With stu
dent enthusiasm at fever heat, the
last touches of preparation for tho
Stanford-California rugby game to
morrow, the great athletic event of
the year In this region, were given
today to the .eld and the tvo fifteens
The men did their last light practice
yesterday at both universities and
when they run out on California field
tomorrow afternoon coaches and train
ers declare the entire thirty will be
in as nearly perfect physical condi
tion as it Is possible for men to be.
Student rallies were held last night
at both colleges. Predictions of vic
tory marked each and the sporting
public seems Inclined to admit that
It will he a nip and tuck affair as
even money characterizes the belting.
Stanford will play with six veterans
in tho llnoup and California with sev
en. Rain during the last week has serv
ed to Injure the dirt surface of the
field, hut clear weather today and to
morrow morning, aided by the efforts
of groundkeepcrs. will minimize 'hat
handicap to speed.
William W Hill, secretary or tno
Rugby union of New South Wales, will
referee, and other officials will be of
NOT SENT WORD
Kansas City, Mo , Nov 8. Friends
of John Watts of Kansas City, pilot
of the balloon Dusseldorff II, In the
international James Gordon-Bennett
trophv race, again are worrving about
Since he started in the race a week
ago last Sunday only one mossagc, a
cablegram of four words, has been
received from him It announced
simply that he and his aide. Arthur
T. Atherholt of Philadelphia, wore In
Pskov. Russia, and that they were
sifo and free. The cablegram was
received b George M Meyers, pres
ident of tho Kansas City Aero club,
Mr. Meyors believes the two areo
nauts have been arrested bv Russian
officials "who mistook them for soles.
"Watts was to cable me full partic
ulars of his flight," Mr. Meyers said,
"and I believe he Is? either in prison
cr III in a hospital."
The American embassy at St. Pet
ersburg, and the American legations
at Stockholm and Copenhagen have
been asked to aid in locating the
I WJchita Falls. Tex., Nov. S The
sequel to a marriage ceremony which
was performed with the bride In
'Amsterdam, Holland, and the pros
1 pective husband in Texas, was to
I take place in Galveston today when
'Harrj Ten Brick reached there to
claim his wife.
The unusual wedding, which re
quired tho sanction of tho Nether
lands consul at Washington and offi
cials of the stato department took
placo several weeks ago The bride
went before an offclal In Armstordam
and took her vowb. while at the s3me
hour Ten Brick registered his pledge
with a notary in Wichita Falls Tho
romance began in Holland several
j ears ago.
NEVf YORK PLANS
TO BOOST TRADE
New York. Nov S Tho Merchants'
association or New York haB outlined
a ten-years' campaign for promoting
the Industrial welfare of the metrop
olis which will Involve the expendi
ture or over $1,500,000 Both foreign
and domestic trade la to receive at
tention and a tariff bureau will make
nn exhaustive studv of freight sched
ules and tho relations between rall
loads and distributors.
BODY FOUND IN
Chicago, Nov 8.- Belief that a bodj
taken from the "hlcago river last
night was that of Dr. W It. Ely of
GibEon, Til. vanished today Friends
of the missing man pointed out that
tho doctor had peculiar teeth and other
phvsical mark6 that tho bod recov
ered from the water did not show.
DRAKE TEAM TO
Dcs Moines. la.. Nov S. The most
Important football game In the Mis
souri Valley this week will be stagoc
at the Drake stadium tomorrow. Drake
and Missouri will clash.
ASKS FOR SURRENDER.
Athens. Greece, No 8. Crown
Prince Constantino of Greece has
called on tho Turkish stronghold of
Salonlkl to surrender. The army un
der his command has crossed the,Vnr
dar river and Is now before Saionlkl.
The Turkish garrison, which Is be
lieved to be composed of 15.000 men,
has made preparations to resist at
tack, hut It la believed there will not
be any serious opposition and that the
Greek army probably will enter the
Rend the Clussiflcd Ads.
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
TO COMPARE THE
New York, Nov. S. The forthcom
ing issue of the Journal or the Mili
tary Service Institution of the United
States, published on Governor's Isl
and hy officers of the arm, will con
tnin an analysis of the military organ
laztions of Turkey and the Balkan
states by Brigadier General John N.
General Allison estimates that tho
Turkish army, with a "paper strength"
of 1,350,000 men was able to put not
more than G0P.000 Boldlers In the field.
The war strength of the allies he
places at 680,000. of whom Bulgaria
furnished 350,000, Servia 180.000,
Greeeo 100,00 and Montenqgio 50,000.
The Balkan, states have given the
world a tremendous demonstration in
rapid and complete mobilization, Gen
eral Allison thinks, while the secrecj
with which the movement was accom
plished Ib unprecedented. He ghes
much Bpace to the work of the artil
lery and cavalry which he declares
hae played a largo part In the suc
cess of the allies. Of the manner In
which the Balkans took the field he
"The movements of the widely sep
arated allied armies up to the present
time, beginning with the prohnbly
somewhat premature dash of Impetu
ous little Montenegro would indicato
the direction of one controlling mind
of a skilfully conceived and thoroughh
understood plan of campaign. And
the expedition and complete secrecy
with which the four armleB were mob
ilized nnd actually put into the field
with scarcoly a auspclon in tho mindn
of watchful diplomats probabl stands
without precedent In history."
Once a fl3hcrman, not always a liar
Mammoth Coal Mining Company:
Pilncipal place of business, Ogden
There is delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock on account of
assessment levied on the 29th day of
August, 1IU2, the several amounts Bet
opposite the names of tho respective
shareholders, as follows:
i ft o a ti
Name. 2 ' S
Allen A. A. .'. 12 2CC
302 15$ 70.25
Barton, M 17 42C 106.50
Bullen, Newell 20 135 33.75
Buchmlller, Mrs. Al-
phoictta 21 10S0 270.00
Brown, Ernest G 24S 10 2.50
Boyer, H. Leo 2C1 1C07 410.75
Boyor, E. M 2C2 1667 41C.75
Boyer, I. "W 264 555 13S.75
Barlow, William J. . . 335 35 S.75
Campbell Liiclnda .. 23 133 33 25
Cardon, E. P 27 27 C.75
Campbell, Jonathan . 28 10S 27.00
Curtis, Geo. W 29 324 81.00
Chrlstlanson, J 30 270 07.50
Campbell, S. "W 139 200 50.00
Dralney, Samuel E. . . 137 50 12 50
Gustaveson, Sanford . 41 133 33.25
I Gclsseler, Frelcrlck . 42 533 133.25
Hogan, Joseph -JQ 213
274 104 79.25
Hartvlgsen, J. L. ... 5S 215 53.75
Head J. A 107 53 13.25
Hartvlgsen. J. F. ... 152 125 31.25
King, Thos. E 63 271
169 250 130.25
Keyes, Alma GC 54
199 100 3S.50
Lofgrcn. Nels .Ill 150 37.50
Mictus. Peter .., 72 2CG 6C.50
Manning, D. E 75 270 67.50
Nielsen, Bend' 77 533 133.25
Nlclson, Hollcn M. ... 194 100
tit ou j.oy
Xlelson, D. O. 319 500 125.00
Owens, Richard 83 53 13.25
Olscn, Lars E 150 200 30.00
Olsen, Gus 241 25 6 25
Preece, M. H S4 54
2C8 21 50.00
Pnckcr, Hnlger D. ...124 100 25.00
Parker, Gilbert 12S 500 125.00
Peterson, L. K 134 150 37.50
Parkes. T H. G 136 500 125001
Robinson. Ella 270 54 .3.501
Royal, Anna 86 27 G 75 1
RoBe, O. 11 239 27 C.75I
Slater, James A. . . . . 131 12p 3125
Schroder, Walter T. .217 200 50.00
Udall, Alvin J 209 1Q0 25 00
Wolf ley. Frederick 104 54 13.30
Walker, Wilford . .2251 r00 125.00
Walker. Franklin ...226 500 125 u0 1
Yates. T. J 106 1060 206 -30
And in accordance with law, so many
shares of each parcel or such stock
as may be necessary will be sold at
the office of the Secretary at No. 237
24th St., Ogden City, Utah, on the
29th day of November, 1912, at the
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. T. YObKER.
Office No. 237 24th Street, Ogden.
ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING OF THE JAMES COAL AND
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual stockholders" meeting of the
James Coal and Ice company of Og
den. Utah, will bo held at tho office
of the company, No. 2230 Wall avenup,
Ogden, Utah, on Moudav evening, No
vember 11, nt 7.30 o clock, at which
time the reports of the officers wlh
bo made, directors elected for the en
suing year and auch other business
transacted as shall legally come be
fore tho meeting.
Secretary James Coal and Ice Co
Dated this 30th day of Octnber. A. D.
Macouic Queen Esther Chapter
No, 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue between Twent.v-fifth and Twenty-sixth
Htreets, the first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
members cordially Invited to attend.
Lily V. Halslead. V. M. Calllo E.
Unity Lodge, No. IS. F. & A. M
Masonic Tcraplo, 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7.30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. H. L.
Herrlngton, V. M. Felix T. Moore.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Clr
clo No. 5S1, meets every Wedncsdav
night at 7 30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Visting neighbors Invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D
'57-5S Lewis block. Elizabeth Best,
G. N, 2513 Lincoln avenue, phono
190S-J Mario Crltes, Clerk. 2731
Sego Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p m . In 1. O. O. F hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited
Mary E Bilxt. G. N., 461 31st SL Kato
Hey'man, Clerk, Bell phono 1217-J.
Odi Fellows Ogden Lodge, No. 5
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
meets In I. O. O F. hall every Tues
da evening. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to be present L H.
Candlar 1, N. G. Henry Klssell, Sec
retary. Queen City Rebeknh Lodge, No 4.
I O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting in mbers Invited. Anna
Kissel. N. G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St
Woodmen of tho World Weber
Weber Camp No 74, meets in K. of
P. hall In the Utah National bank
building oery Thursday evening at 8
o'clock Visiting Voodmcn cordially
Invited to attend. Fred B. Williams,
C. C . E Auth. Clerk. First National
LADIES of the Maccabee0, Silver hive
No. 1. L. O. T. M., meets every
first and third Thursday evenings .it
S o'clock, and every second a.nd fourth
Thursday arternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles' hall, 2441 Hudson ae. Vis
iting members cordially imltcd to at
tend. Kathryn Egcleston, L CM L
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Divlsloj, No. 124. O R C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. ra.. in K. of P Hall, corner
Washington axenue and 24th street.
All brothers are cordially invited to
attend. C. H. Fearson. C. C. D L.
Iioylos, S and T.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at S p. m.. at
IC. of P. Hall Visiting members cor
dially invited. Andrew W. Nelson, I.
P, Wm. Muller, Sec and Treas., 2582
Knights of Pythias Ogden Lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, 'meets at
Castle hall. Utah National bank bulld
Inc, every Monday osonlng. All K. of
P.'s requested to meet with us. Geo
JJ. Hart. C. C. V. G. Kind. M. of E.
W. L Underwood, K of R & S
Brotherhood of American Yoemcn
Ogden Homestead, No 1505. meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K, P.
tall. Visiting A'rchers are cordially
Invited to meet with us. W. S
O'Brlon, Foreman. 2538 Grammorcy
avenuo J. A Junk, Correspondent,
Order of Owls Ogdea Ncs No
1218, Ordor of Owis, meets ovory
Friday ecnlng In Eagles' hall, on
Hudson avenue at S o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls are invited to nttond
the Nest meetings. W. II. Wrisht.
President. T. S. Shaughncssy. Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street
Modern Wc idmcn of America
Utah Camp. No 9990 meets every first
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twenty-
i fourth and Washington avenue. Visft-
Ilng members invited. A; G. Jones.
Consul. J. H. Shaf-r, Clerk.
Royal Neighbors oi America Meets
.every first and third Tuesday night
of each month at S p, m., at the
Moose hall on 25th St. Veiling neigh
bor!? Invited. Dues can be paid to
I Mrs. Anna Rles-FInley. M. D., room
,21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Or
acle. 1018 Jackson Lllllai Newton.
'Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Ogden business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
75c per line per month, payable In
LAWYER O'CONOLLY, (over Nyo3
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAM PEN Phone SS3 for up
holstering, mattress making, ro
stretchiug of bod eprlngb
F. J. FREEN'OR, D. C; all ncuto and
chronic diseases Rooms 13-11,
2411 Washington ave. Ofllce hours-
9 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m ll-5-tf
FURS cleaned nnd remodelod, skins
drossed, work guaranteed. T. Ga
Jewsky, 375 23rd strccL
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTOR?
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If jou have
any kind of junk, phone us up; wo
will call for It. Boll phone. 325-K:
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
2723 Grant. Bell phono 324.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture"
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and aultcascs
choap. A Slnor, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Twjnty-fifth SL 6-13-lyr.
RIC"-I1 NOW jhe your heating
stoves a thought then Summerlll,
2304 Washington Ave.
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr. Margaret M,
Burns, office 336 Sth St. Phone
997-J. Res Phone 1617-J. Over
PAINTING, paperhanglng and tinting.
Y den Hortog, phono 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON"
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phono
1966-W.. Residence phono 2129-W 646
Washington avenuo, 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATDMg"
W. S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Gran., or phone 127 6-14-lmo
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Young men, why do you not spend
3'our evenings in tho night school and
fit yourself for business? You can
do It 11-6-lmo
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
HAVE Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory, 2455 Grant
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571-R. 7-5-tf
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phon; 828.
Office and Hospital, 215C Washington.
Want advertisements 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
2T cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flve avr-ags wordo make a line. All
advcrtlsem-nte on this page must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
GIRL to help In boarding house. 244,3
Lincoln. Mrs. Blugham. 11-S-lwk
GIRL wanted at the Orphoum Candy
GIRL for housework, good wages. t30
24th. Phone 944.
MIDDLE aged dlshwashor and dining
room girl. Tho Virginia l0-29-2wk
G1KL for general housework; small
family. Phono 153-J 2573 Fowler
WANTED Steady young ladies to
train for nursing at tho Burgess
WANTED Good woman for general
housework good wages. Apply 721
24th clreet. Call In mornings.
WASHINGS- Rough dry or ironing,
504 30th SL, phone 1610-R. 11-5-lwk
POSITION as housekeeper by mld-
dlo aged, educated lady. D., care
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 24S5
Jefferson avo. 11-4-tf
BY A German, good English tcachor
P. O. Box 41. ll-2-2t
TAILOR Manhattan Clolhes Shop,
2309 Washington. 10-31-tf
THREE experienced city salesmen.
Arabian Tea Importing Co., 2370
Washington Phone 110 11-6-lwk
WANTED Experienced bookkeeper;
iadv or gcutloman; state experi
ence," salary expected and give refer
ences and record In first letter. Box
181, Ogden. ll-5-lwk
EMPLOYMENT by a young married
'man of good charactor and habits;
good business education, two years'
experience as retail grocery clerk. H.
L. care Standard. 11-6-lwk
FOR RENT Furnished, now. clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2
wk. up 536 31at sL 3-13-lyr
TWO modern front rooms for light
housekeeping, 2610 Monroe. 1378-R.
TWO furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; ground floor. 2525
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 126-W. 22nd SL 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 Bleeping rooms. 164 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. 456 22nd st.
3 or i ROOMS, clieap to right parties
at my hew home, 244 27th St,
ROOMS, also houseKcepiug, gas,
range. Bcltman Block, 2203 Wash.
NICELY furnished rooms. Phone 708
FURNISHED and unlurnlshed flats.
2031 Giant. 9-2C-6rao
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnlshod. at Orpbcum Hotel.
Phono 1L'73. 9-6-tf
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing; prices' to suit. Utahna. 7-29tf
FREE bath; prices moderate; must
bo rented. 24CS' Washington Avo
BOARD AND ROOM.
LARGE room with board for two
people. 52C 25th SL 11-6-lwk
BOARD AND ROOM.
I WANT board and room with bath,
on bench, 3 blocks from high school;
Ehall bring piano. Address Male High
School Teacher, Standard office.
STRICTLY modern house. Apply Dr.
4-ROOM modern brick with basement,
nearly now; good location. 3203
Wash. Phone 970 11-7-lwk
6-ROQM modern brick; gas; $30. C. D.
IVES, 3S0 25th st. 11-6-lwk
DONT pay .rent. Will soil on month
ly -payments a beautiful . 5-roora
modern pressed, brick bunsalow, now
being completed at 2258 Qulncy ave.
6-ROOM, modern, brick house 579
24th St. Apply Horocks Bros.
4 AND 6-ROOM house, $10 per mo.
STRICTLY up-to-date unfurnished
apartments; hot and cold water.
224S Jefferson. 11-5-lwk
4-ROOM furnlBhed house; hot and
cold water, bath. 1941 Washington
ave. Phono 13S5-J. ll-6-3t
5-ROOM modern furnished dwelling
house. 2712 Lincoln. 11-4-lwk
FURNISHhDThc Curey Apartments
.Mortem. -5ri. WuCi. Ave 2-5-tf
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just cast of
the Standard offlco Is for rent, ei
ther all or part Inquiro at Standard
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate;
$100.00 up; real c3tate contracts and
mortgages bouga and sold.
RICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2478 Wasningtou Avo. Upstairs.
MOinEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J. J- BrummitL 4-27-tf
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry, flrea.'tci, etc.,
Undo Sam's Loan Offlco. established
1835 Tho Money Lenders of Ogdeu
27S 25th St. C. II. Scltb. Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It today Cheapest rates
best and l.iust private terms In Utah
D. D. Dra'.ie, over I'alno & Hurst.
MORTGAGP LOANS or. Improved
faim or citv proportT. HUNTER A
KENNEDY. 302 First Ndf.oual Bldg.
A DOG; water spaniel. Return to 141
W. 21st st. $5.00 reward. 11-S-lwk
FUR overcoat; between Ogden Valley
and Washington Ave. Return to G.
G. McFarland, 543 25th St., reward.
SIX rings tlod In blown ribbon; lib
eral reward; return to this offlcq.
REASONABLE prices. 1 154-J. 27S
22d st. 10-29-lwk
WANTED TO BUY
I WANT a 5 or 6 room house. Ad
dress Box 617. il-2-lwk1
, PASTURAGE 1
PASTURING and feeding horses for j I
the winter. V. J. Hestmark, Kanes- Vi .
vllle. Phono 5-K-2. 10-25-tf l
TRADE. 1 'I
I WILL TRADE a good irrigated farm 1 It 1
in Uintah county with stock and 1 1 I
lmproements for a home In Ogden. I 1' 1
Address D. P. R Standard. 10-28-Gt I iTIi
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS Ltt
DRIVING horse. Will keep well for K,l
uso during winter. Phone 607, S2 v
11-7-lwk flR l
CURTAINS and laundry. 3209 Wash. Ms?
Phone 1041-W 11-7-lmo W
WASHING to do at home; no ironing. wl
Miller, caro Standard. 11-6-lwk Wab
COWS, wanted. Phono -H-N2, I Wfe
1 10-30-imo j Wm
ONE HUNDRED head of horses for ' IK
pasture. Smith ranch, North Ogden. li5-
Phone 3-Z. 10-23-lmo
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phone IfflL
2305-W. 10-18-lmo j
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight" H
Pho"Q 1344-W. 10-9-lmo !
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight. ill
1344 Washington. 10-9-lmo 'IP
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs, Green- fl
wood, 1399-J. 9-28-lmo U
FOR SALE OR TRADE K
BUSINESS property on 24th sL near ' H
the postofflce, td exchange for farm H
or resldenco property. Phone 1078-W Bl
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE , I
NEW brick bungalow; bargain; easy ' II
terras. C. D. IVES, 3S0 25th st. I
FINE modern homes. $1,300 and up; 1
easy terms. Phone 1427. I
20 ACRES of good land 6 miles from
county court house; good water
right, four room house, 70 young ap
ple trees. Terms, 1-2 down, 7 per
cent on balance. Tel. 23 N-2,
25 ACRE farm, 17 acres farm or beet
land, good water right, 8 acres, pas- 1
turo and yard. Terms half down, 7
per cent on balance. Tel 23 N-2.
5-ACRE chicken and fruit ranch C. D.
IVES, 380 25th st. 11-6-lmp
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
GOOD heating stove, reasonable 7 IS 1
23d. 11-S-lwk J
ANCONA cockTel3. 734 Adams. Phone
THREE head of light work horses, one !
saddle pony, all good, sound, gentle
horses to work or ride; 2 sets of hat- i
ness, one stock saddle, one well I
equipped sheep -wagon. Will sell all
together or separate. Inquire 3205
Wash. Phono 970. 11-7-iwk ,
THREE (3) horsepower motor for
sale cheap. Inquire E. F. Brats. 1
11-7-lwk I I
ONE singlo driver or delivery horse
and two good milch cow3. Phone f i
650-W. 11-6-lwk '
FURNITURE. 2300 Grant. 11-0-lwk.
TWO COWS, 6 horses, 2 top spring
wagons, single buggy, 3 harnesses,
singlo or bulk, cheap for cash. 560
East 2nd st. 11-2-lwk
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- 1
lator and 2-color ribbon, $35. Good
machines for rent, $2 month. Type
writer Exchange, 425 24th 10-29-lmo
TYPEWRITERS Bargains for sale;
rentals, supplies, repairs. Ogden
Typewriter Exchanse, 425 24th sL
Phone 38. 10-21-lno
ELECTRIC Santos $1 day or $3 with
operator. Phono SS Electric Serv- 1
ice Co., 425 24th st. 10-29-3wk f
lllVliU CJARD 1
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. l
(Mountain Time.) '
DENVER A RIO GRANDE RAIL
ROAD COMPANY. I
West Bound. Arrive. I
No. 3 Pacltlc Coast Mall. .12:10 a.m. !
No. 409 Tlntlc Passenger.. 11:35 a.m. 1
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m.
No. 5 Chlcao-San Fran
cisco Express S:5Cp.nv.
East Bound. Depart
No. 6 San Francisco-Chicago
Express 7:15 a.m.
No. 410 Tlntlc Passenger,. 1:10p.m. j
No. -J Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3:50 p.m.
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:50 p.m. I
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. I
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- I
ticc, Keed Hotel Bldg. I
F. FOUTS. Asent- I
Electric Way Between I
Ogden and Brigham I
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912.
Tralus leave Ogden and Urigham K
0:30 a. m 3.00 p. ni. H,
7.30 a, m 4;30 p. u RK
9.00 a. m 0:00 p, m. imr
10;30 a. m 7;3u p. m. 'JKrJ
12 00 noon 900 p. m. 1 Hg
1-30 p. m 11:10 p. ni. J a?
First train from Ogdea starts iroiu i "fflfifi
O. R. T Depot All others t.tart fro J WBt.
Union Depot. p, fIE
In Ogden, trains stop only at p L. W WF&
& Ogden Depot, O It. T. Depot and F jgglF
Five Points. J '
CANYON "LINE j ffl
Effective Nov. 6th, 1912. ' Wi
Car will leave lhe Union Depot for :wfl
the Hermitage at 1:00, 2:20, 3:40 and i 'MM
5: (JO p. m.
Cars will leave the Union Depot for Mm
tho Sanitarium at 0:30, 7:30, S"30 aul !
9:30 ni. MM
Last car will leave the Hormltage
at 5:40 p. m. Mm
Last car will leave the Sanitarium ) aMM
at 10:00 p. m. Mm
On Sundays extra cars to Hei'rai- ' 9H
tage at 10:20 and 11:40 a. ro. , mFvi
i i ill