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.. .' . THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1912. "" - '3 H
H (Continued From P;.ge Two.)
Now York. Nov, II. Koji Yamndn,
Hie Japanese billiard expert, dcreal
od Willie Hoppc, world's champ'on,
iiiiit, In the IS. 2 balk line billiard tourna
'H I merit at the Hotel Astor last night
ill) j Yamada won the most sensational
j ': battle ever waged on the grcon baize
yk tabic. A wonderful spurt of So when
Wlfc Hoppc apeurcd to have him hopclcss
jm ly beaten enabled the Oriental to win
IjJ hy ii score of 500 to 197. Hoppe nccd
y3 G(1 onl three points to assure him
Avi t self of victory when Yamada uncov
V u cred his great finish.
M " By running 5C and 13S In bis soc
Sfl ond and fourth innings Yamada show
Si ; cd some wonderful billiards aiid dem
III onstratcd that he has a thorough
M J knowledge of all the tntrlcacics of
, the game. Hoppc tnado two runs of
S :- 100 and 102 In his third and tenth
j$J I Innings, and played a strong game
S throughout, but the Toklo player out
LSB : lasted him.
Bjj In the game last night Morning-
IW star defeated Demarest, the young
jSj Chicago player after a nip and tuck
,i fight in 3S Innings bv a score of 500
"flgl to 439.
Mfim The scores:
pfT Yamada, 500: average, 22 1G-22;
if?J high runs, 13S, 92, Sfi.
llliT Hoppe, -107; average, 23 1-1-21; high
jSl ri,ns' 102, 109, 17"
fm Phono 321. 408 25th Streo'.
((IE e ',ave the lar9est van '" fnc
ivjl city- Quick service. Moving, ship.
k ping and handling pianos. Prompt
H freight deliveries. Furniture mov-
H Ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
W able rates.
I JCLARA BERGBsl
J Private Hospital
H 1 IDEAL SITUATION
B 1 EXPERT ATTENDANCE
B B 2106 Wash. Avs. Phone 253 W
M Medical. Surgical asd Obstc-t- M
K a rical Cases Taker., tj
m. I 322 Twenty-fifth St
m Special Dinner 25 K
Mi i if
"V Lunch from 11 a m. to 4 p m. k
H I Dinner from 4 to 8 p m. p
K "t Lcc and Foon, Managers k,
HOUSFCLEANIN IN ALL ITS
B BRA?'CHES Wallpaper cleaning
B kalsomlning. painting, upholstcr
B Ing furniture repairing by expert
3 workmen Charge? reasonable
gf Residence 2223 Wr.sblngiou. Phone
ttI Office, Phone 13-H-J.
0 CARPENTERS, ATTENTION. $
R a All sizes. 8
I rhe Big Cut CoP 0vcra,,3 I
I 1 N. O. OGDEN CO. 9
1 m 236 25th St.
I & BETTER COME TO
iT I CRAWSHAW'S
I jg 219 25th Street.
J And have a few post cards ta'rf
-3 ' en S1 00 the dozen.
i Ttae Newport
JIM, WONG-WE, Managers
218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
Open Day and Night.
Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats
The Bread With the Home-
S Made Flavor. 3
I MOTHER'S CHOICE
Zh 3 ' Made by '
Et DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING
"ll 3 COMPANY K-
S 2253 Grant Avenue ',
ill !i FALSTAFF CAFE
Z& THOS. FEENEY, Prep.
j Palace Cafe
i Special Dinner . . 25c
9 1 Lunch from 11 a. m. t p. m
; Dinner from 4 p. m, to J p. t.
J J TOM HOY, Mgr. 284 25th St.
fj Choicest acd latest patterns
I '' m Dinncrvars at prices to suit
5i.' all. New arrivals every day
':, of fancy china.
I E. A. OLSEN
k 2259 Wash. Phone 1100.
Morningstar, 500; average, 13 G-3S;
high runs. 04, G3, 57.
Memarest, !39; average, 11 32-37:
high runs, 45, 42. 39.
The two afternoon games resulted
in a victory for the veteran SIobsoii
over Taylor, 500 to 420. and a sur
prise furnished by Clino when he out
played Sutton, 500 to 297. Slosson's
work was erratic during the early
lunincs, but he found his stroke aa
tho game progressed, while Taylor
made only spasmodic runs toward the
close of the match.
Sutton said lie felt unable to do
himself justice after his game with
Taylor. After junking 53 and S3 in
hla ninth and tenth innings he only
reached double figures three tlme3
out of tho other 20 turns at the ta
ble. Cllnc, playing steadily and aided by
two lucky "kisses" in his longest run
of S3, took the lead in the twenti
eth inning and won easily.
Slosson, 500; average, 10 40-46;
high runs, 50, 49, 43.
Taylor, 429; average, 9 15 1C; high
runs, C3, 44, 29.
Clinc, 500; average, 10 20-30; high
nins, S5, 59, 49.
Sutton, 297; average, 9 27-30; high
runs, 9S, 53, 4C.
George Sutton declared last night
thai he would withdraw from the
tournament. He alleged that he had
been unjustly treated in having been
lsated to play Cllne yesterday after
noon after bis hard contest of tho
CAcnlng before, from which he had
not sufficient time to recuperate. He
said that after an hour's play today
ho was so exhausted that he was
hardly able to make a shot.
r PACKET IS A
Philadelphia fight critics declare
Packey McFarland,is a full fledged
welterweight and that he has no right
to pose as a lightweight boxer any
longer. This nssortion Is the result
of Packey's refusal to make reason
able weight figures for Jack O'Brien's
brothor, who is known in the ring as
"Young' Jack O'Brien. The contest
was scheduled to take place this week
but It will not be held on account of
McFarland's demands regarding the
"Young" Jack O'Brien is not a le
gitimate boxer, but fights his best at
I 13a and 13S pounds. He had negoti
f ated for a bout with McFarland and
crcpccte.l to train to make the figures
mentioned. Terms were practically
agreed upon and tho fight was slated
; to come off this week before Jack Mc
1 Guigan's club in the Quaker City.
McFarland wired east that he would
not do less than 1 15 pounds for
O'Brien, apparently with the desire of
avoiding the match, Philadelphia crit
i , Ics think The message was received
l as a Joke by the Quaker City people,
f when they recalled that the Chicago
' fighter calls himself a lightweight and
is seeking a match with Ad Wolgast
i for the championship. They wonder
, how McFarland can ask. O'Brien to
. j meet him at 145 pounds, when the
I brother of the ex-mlddlcweight Js
closer to being a 133 pounder than the
' Chicago boxor.
Critics in the east say McFarland
ought to be barred from being rec
ocmized or spoken of as a lightwoighc
The declare he has not made the
weight for years and Is unable to
maVo It now. ihercfore he oupht to 'e
barred from the division. They add
ho is a full fledged welterweight and
should remain in that class
It is reported from the east that
1 iightwelghLs In that section of the
country will not consent to arrange
matches with McFarland unless bo
j makes 135 pounds. Fight promoters
also mean to step in nnd insist tlint
I the south 3ide lad train down to the
legitimate nntrh In most of his
matches McFarlaud tips the beam
j close to 13S or 140 pounds and is
i strong Tu that way. it is asserted, he
has the ede on his oT)"onent and con
sequently has no difficulty in out
pointing him. Lightweight boxers de
sire to get McFarland down to o
I weight at which they will have a
If chanco to shade him in the no decision
j .McFarland probablv is discreet In
II not -wanting to make 136 or 135 pounds
jlfor "Young" Jack O'Brien. The lat
j' ter is heralded as a wonder in tho east
J and is said to possess more cleer
, ness and speed than his brothor did
when he was at his besL Philadel
phia and New York experts who have
seen both men In action believe
O'Brien could outpo'nt the Chicago
man In six or ten rounds They be
lieve in the east that McFarland re
alizes this and does not want to tuive
i his reputation marred before retiring
from the boxing game. Followers of
the sport in the Quaker City are dls
. appointed over McFarland's stand, as
. they hoped on seeing the men meet
and expected it to be one of the best
matches held there.
'BUTTE HAS SOME
j Floto says. With Tom Sontag. Peter
- I Brcwu and George Stelf in Butte
j there should bo little difficulty In ar-1
3 I ranging a wrestling tournament which
;jl would decide the middleweight cham-
pionship of the state, as all three can
p I make 15S pounds and nil claim they
A aro anxious to get a chance to show
1 their superiority over the others. Son
8 tag challenged Stelf. Brown chal
3 lenged Sontag. and then Steif came
3 into Butte unexpectedly and replied
q that he is willing to meet SonUig as
soon as tonus can bo arranged. Son-
- tag says ho would like nothlug better
than to meet Stelf. and asks the lat
ter to post a forfeit of 50 to bind a
match, which he says ho will cover nl
once, and give Stelf or Brown as big
a side bet as they care to make. This
sounds like business, and if tho men
get together they should have little
' trouble arranging terms.
- TYRUS COBB JOINS
Ty Cobb, today the biggest attrac
tion in the realm of baseball, and
perhaps the greater star the diamond
ever produced, lias become n mem
ber of the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks.
The other day Tyrusc Increased
"" hi3 "joiner" loaguc membership when
" he Joined the Elks' lodge at DetroiU
About one year ago Cobb took a
long list of degrees in the Masonic
order. Now he is au Elk and a
good Elk, too.
Theatrical talent and tho Elks' quar
tet furnished entertainment for a so
' cial session which followed tho lni
I tlatlon of Ty
-I S. F. Williams, editor of the Amer-
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. BRIMMITT
Phone 59. Under Utah National Bank
Mammoth Coal Mining Company:
Principal place of business, Ogden
There is delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock on account of
assessment levied on the 29th day of
August, 1912, the several amounts sot
opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows.
O o a m
z. r ra
Allen, A. A 12 2C0I
302 15$ 70.25
Barton, M 17 420 106.50
Bullen, Newell 20 135 33.75
Buchnilllcr, Mrs. Al-
phoietta 21 10S0 270.00
Brown, Ernest G 24S If) 2.50
Boyor, H. Lee 2C1 1667 410.75
Boyer, E. M 262 1667 410.75
Boyer, 1. W 264 555 13S.75
Barlow, William J. . . 335 35 S.75
Campbell, Lucinda . . 23 133 33 25
Cardon, E. P 27 27 6.75
Campbell, Jonathan . 2S 108 27.00
Curtis, Geo. W 29 324 81.00
Chrlstlauson, J 30 270 07,50
Campbell, S. W 139 200 50.00
Dralney, Samuel E. . 137 50 12.50
GustaveBon, Sanford . 41 133 33.25
Gelsseler, Frelcrlck . 42 633 133.25
Ilogan, Joseph 19 213
274 104 79.25
Hartvigson, J. L. ... 5S 215 53.75
Head. J. A. 107 53 13 25
Hartvigson, J. F. ...152 125 31.25
King, Thos. E..- 63 271
169 250 130.25
Keyes, Alma 06 54
199 100 3S.59
Lofgren, Nels Ill 150 37.50
MIetus, Peter 72 266 00.50
Manning, D. E. ..... 75 C70 67 50
Nielsen, Bend'. 77 533 133.25
Nielson. Hellen M. ... 191 100
273 50 37.50
Vielson, D. 0 219 500 125.00
Owens, Richard .... S3 53 13.25
Olsen, Lars E 150 200 50.00
Olsen, Gus 241 25 0 25
Precce, M. H S4 54
20S 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. Ci 136 500 125 00
Robinson. Ella 270 54 .3 50
,Royal, Anna S6 27 6.75
I Rose, O. H 259 27 C.75
Slater. James A 131 125 31.25
Schroder, Walter T . 217 200 50.00
Udall, Alvln J 269 100 25.00
Wolflcy. Frederick .104 54 13.50
Walker. Wilford . ... 225 "00 125.00
Walker, Franklin . . 226) 5001 125 U0
Yates, T J lOOJlCOO; 206.50
And in accordance with law, so many
shares of each parcel of such Btock
as may be necessary will be sold at
the office of the Secretary at No. 237
24th SL. Ogder. 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. II. F. VOLKER,
OfTlco No. 237 24th Street, Ogdcn,
lean Elk, and paBt exalted ruler of the
order, made a speech of a nature
complimentary to the champion bali
Tho Detroit lodge was well filled
when Cobb was Initiated There were
Elks there from many nearby points
who went Just to see Ty "get his."
BIRDMAN ON A
There were two distinct surprises In
tho eastern games last Saturday
Pennsylvania defeating Michigan 27
to 21. after Michigan had tho score
21 to 0 against the Quakers, who have
been easj, prey for all the teams they
have met this season The Carlisle
Indians showed unexpected strength
against the Army Saturday, whom
they defented 27 to 6, which is a very
creditable showing, and proves that
Yale and Harvard did well to keep thcj
Indians off their schedule. Yale beat
West Point 6 to 0 in a hard fight.
BIRDAN ON A
Kansas City. Nov. 1 1. Tony Japnus,
who left Omaha a week ago In a hydro-aeroplane
in an attempt to fly to
New Orleans, following the Missouri
and Mississippi rivers, started from (
hero for Boonesvllle this afternoon. h!s
craft skimming the Missouri at 70 1
miles an hour.
Jannus planned to reach Boonesvllle,
17S miles distant, tonight, and to
continue the flight to SL Loul6 tomorrow.
L1PTON TO GIVE CUP.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 14, Sir Thom
as Llpton announced last night that
ho would give to the Seattle Yacht
club a perpetual challenge cup to be
raced for the flrBt time on Puget
Sound next year. The cup of gold
and silver will bo made In London and
sent to the Seattle Yacht club, which
will defend It against the Canadians,
UTAH COPPER RAISE
IN DIVIDEND BASIS
Eastern advices place the loss to
the Utah Copper company by virtue of
the strike at $1,500,000 and consider
able speculation is taking place re
garding the probnble Increase In div
idond rates. One eastern authority
states that the company will be In a
position round the first of the year
MaBonlc Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall im Washington ave
nue between Tweuty-flfth and Twenty-sixth
streets, the first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
members cordiailv invited to attend.
Lily V. Halstead, W. M. Callle E.
Unity Lodge, No. -13, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple. 2F50 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 '30 p. m. Members o'f
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend, II. L.
Herriugtou, W. M. Felix T. Moore.
Women of Woodcratt Ogden Cir
cle No. 5S1, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Vlsting neighbors invited. Dues can
bo paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge. M. D..
57-58 Lewis block. Elizabeth Best,
G. N-, 2513 Lincoln avenue, phono
1903-J. Marie Crites, Clerk, 2731
Scgo Lily Circle No! 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p. in.. In 1. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
Mary L. Blixt, C. N. 45j 31st St. Kate
Hcyman, Clerk, Bell phone 1247-J.
Oc I Fellows Ogden Lodge. No- 5.
Independent Order of Odd FcIIowb.
meets in I. O O F. hall every Tues
da evening. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to be present. L. H.
Candlati, N. G. Henry Kissoll. Sec
retary. Queen City Robekah Lodge, No. 4.
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members Invited. Anna
Kissel. N. G. Emma Moid, Recording
Secretary, 72S Twenty-third SL
Woodmen of tho World Weber
Wobcr Camp No. 74, meets In K. of
,P hall in the Utah National bank
building overj Thursday evening at S
clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend Fred E. Williams,
C. C, E. Auth. Clerk, First National
LADIES cf the Maccabec Silver hive
No. 1, L. O T. M.. meets every
tirst and third Thursday evenings at
S o'clock, andcveo' second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2 30 o'clock.
In Eagles' hall, 2441 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially linked to at
tend. Kathryn Egcleston. L. C, L
Jennie Prout, R. K
Modern Wr idmen 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,
Consul. J. H. Shar. Clerk.
Order of Owin Ogden Nes No
1?1S Order of Owis. meets even,
Friday evening in Eagles' hall, oil
HudBon avenue at S o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owis are invited to attend
the Nest meetings. W. H. Wright,
President T. S Shaughnessy, Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie, No. 118, F O. E.. meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle hall.
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagle3 are invited to attend
tho aerie meetings. Club rooms opon
at 11 a. m Thos. Leslie. W. Presi
dent. E. R. Geiger, Secretary. Dr. C.
E Wardleigh. Aerie Phvslcian.
Royal Neighbors o America Meets
every first and third Tuesday night
of each month at S p. m., "at tho
Moose hall on 25th St. V'Riting neigh
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mis. Anna Rles-Finley, M D.. room
21. Lewis block. India Sawyer. Or
acle. 194S Jackson. Lllllai Newton,
Recorder. 27th and Quincy.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at 8 p. m.. at
ir nf T" T-Inll VlQlfini mnmhnra nr-
dlally Invited. Andrew W. Nelson, I.
P. Win, Muller, Sec. and Treas., 25S2
Knights of Pythias Ogden Lodgo
No 2. Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle ball. Utah National bank build
Ins, every Monday evening All K. of
P.'s requested to meet with us. Geo.
B. Hart. C C W. 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 ecning at K. P.
tall. Visiting Archers are cordially
Invltod to meet with us. W. S.
O'Brien. Foreman. 2538 Grammercy
avenue. J. A. Junk. Correspondent,
Order of Railway Conductors Wa;
satch Divisloj, No. 124, O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Frldavs at
2:30 p. m in K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 24th street.
All brothers are cordially invited to
attend. C. H Pearson, C. C, D L.
Boyles. S and T.
to declare an extra dividend, but no
change in tho regular quarterly dis
bursements Is positively determined
upon nt this time. Th0 company is
accumulating a big surplus, out of
which extra profits may be paid from
time to time, but when or how much
remains something for the company to
The loss to the company through
tho Bingham strike ic large, but the
eastern friends of the company assert
that the net gain will be enormous.
The company had to face strike con
ditions eventually anyhow, they as
sert, and tho result is the officials
have won their point of operating tho
proposition without the dictation or
control of Interests in no way associ
ated with tho company.
Ggden Business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
75c per line per' month, payable in
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye's
Clothing' Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone SS2 for up
bolstering, mattress making, ro
6tretching of bed springs
F. J FREENOR, D. C; all acuta and
chronic diseases. Rooms 13-14,
2111 Washington ave. OBlce hours,
9 to 11.30 a. ra., 1 to 5 p. m, 11-5-tf
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Young men, why do you not spend
your evenings In the night school and
fit yourself for business? You can
do It 11-6-lmo
The Ogdcn Flower Market, 102 W.
30th. Choicest cut flowers in the
market. Carnations and chrysanthe
mums a r.pecialty a trial order will
convince Orders for Thanksgiving.
Phone 1S49-W. 11-11-lmo
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed: work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street.
THE CRESTONSteam hoatod; hot
and cold water, every room, new
and modern; 50c and up Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park.
OGDEK JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk, phone up up w-e
will call for it Boil phone. 325-K:
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, offico 33C 5th St. Phone
997-J Res. Phono 1617-J. Over
PAINTING, paperhnnglng a.id tinting.
Y den Ilortog, 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
19C3-W. Residence phono 2129-W. 046
Wasl lngton avenue. G-ll-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATHfG
W S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grar.. or phone 127. 6-14-lmo
CITY SCAVENGER, McCartv & Co.,
272S Grant, Bell phone 201S"-W,
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Siner, Phono 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.ntv-fifth St 6-13-lyr.
RIC 4.1 NOW jive your heating
stoves a thought then Suminerlll,
2304 Washington Ave.
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
HAVE Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory. 2455 Grant
avenue. 7-16-1 mo
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571-R 7-5-tt
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phon: 823.
Offico and Hospital. 215C Washington.
Want advertisements cost one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
lino of five words per day, no first
insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
2Z cents per lino per vcek, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flve avr-age words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance. No exceotlon to this
GIRL for cook and housework; family
2; good wages. 2565 Eccles ave.
WOMAN to cook In boarding house.
2024 Lincoln. 11-14-lwk
A GIRL for general housework; no
children in tho family. 2456 Madi
GOOD girl for general housework;
small family; good wages. 515
21th SL 11-9-lwk
CHAMBERMAID at the Virginia,
GIRL to help in boarding house. 2443
Lincoln. Mrs. Bingham. 11-S-lwk
DRESSMAKING Reasonable, prices
1454-J. 278 22d sL 10-29-lino
WIDOW wishes position as house
keeper for widower; small family.
3224 Lincoln ave. 11-9-lwk
TAILOR at the Manhattan Clothes
Shop. 2369 Wash. 11-ia-tf
BY A German, good English teacher.
P. O. Box 41. 11-2-21
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop.
2369 Washington. 10-31-tf
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 24S5
Jefferson ave. 11-4-tf
FOR RENT FurniBbcG. aow, clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms. 2
wk. up 53C 3lBt sL 2-13-lyr
2 MODERN furnished rooms; pantry
and closet at $13.00 per month. In
quire 3024 Grant Ave. 11-13-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Mon
roe ave, 11-12-lwk
MODERN housekeeping rooms rea
sonable. 2759 GranL 11-12-lwk
FURNISHED rooms tor light house
keeping. 120-W. 22nd St. 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2824 Washing
ton Ave. Phone 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
3 or 4 ROOMS, Tieap to right parties
at my now home, 244 27th St.
ROOMS, also housoKceping, gas,
lange. Beltman Block, 2203 Wash. I
NICEL1' lurmshed rooms. Phone 70&
FURNISHED and untumlshed flats.
2631 Grant. 9-26-Cmo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Oruheuin Hotel.
Phono 1U7S. 9-6-tf
FURNISHED rooms Zor housekeep
ing, prices to suit- Utahna, 7-29tf
FREE bath; prices moderate; must
bo rented. 2468 Washington Avp
BOARD AND ROOM.
PLEASANT rooms and board. 2177
BOARD AND KOOM.
GENTLEMAN wants board and room
with small lamily. Address Box
617, City. 11-14-lwk
FOUR and two-room houses. Inquire
2220 Lincoln. 11-14-tf
7-ROOM, modern house. 361 23rd St.
6-ROOM cottage, good location, close
In, 515. Apply 2155 Adams.
5-ROOM, modern brick; $2,500. O. A.
White, 302 25th St 11-12-lwk
3-ROOM house, 10. 551 23d st. In
quire 559 23d. 11-9-lwk
SMALL house in rear 545 23d, 4.50
per month. Inq. 559 23d. 11-9-lwk
6-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th SL Apply Horocks Bros.
4 AND 5-ROOM house. $10 per mo.
UNFURNISHED apartments strictly
up-to-date: heat and hot water.
22 IS Jeff, a've 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT Unfurnished flats. , Ap
ply 2034 Grant ave. 10-12-tf
SMALL four-room house cheap. 403
7th Phono 1913-W. 11-14-lwk
ROOMS, strictly modern; good cel
lar; very warm. S79 21st St Phone
5-RO3M modern brick. Inquire 275S
Lincoln ave. 11-11-lwk
3-ROOM furnished house; Hght6 and
water. Inq. 312S Adams. Phone
i-ROOM furnished house, 2S71 Wall.
Phono 1951-M. 11-9-lwk
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just east of
the Staudard offico is tor rent, ei
ther all or pait Inquire at Standard
i MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate;
5100.00 up; real ostato contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2478 Washington Ave. Upstairs.
MOisEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummltt. 4-27-tf
MONEY to loan od watches, dia
monds, jewelry, flreavmi , etc..
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
1885. Tho Money Lender of Ogden.
27S 26th St. C H. Smith. Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get it toduy. Cheapest rates,
best and most private terms In Utah.
D. D Drako. over Paine & Hurst.
MORTGAGF LOANS on Imoroi't'l
faim or city property. HUNTER &
KENNEDY. 502 First National Hl.lc
A DOG; water spaniel. Return to 141
W. 21st st. 5.00 reward. 11-S-lwk
ELECTRIC Santos $1 day or $3 with
operator Phono SS. Electric Serv
ice Co.. 425 24,th 8t. i0-29-3wk
FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS H
HEAVY work harness and wagon. H
$50.00 If sold at once. '-'-Ml End I on. H
FOR SALE One fresh milch cow.
Phono 650-M. ll-ll-5t H
GOOD hcaung stove, reasonable. 718 H
23d. 11-S-lwk 1
ANCONA cockrcls. 737 Adams. Phone 1
1619-W. 11-8-lwk H
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu-
' iator and 2-co!or ribbon, 535. Good H
machines Tor rent, $2 month Type- H
writer Exchange, 425 24"th 10-29-lmo H
TYPEWRITERS Bargains for sale.' M
rentals, supplies, repairs. Ogden H
Typewriter Exchange, 425 24th sL H
Phono SS. ' ' 3 0-21-lmo H
FRUIT carL barbers . furnace.' 4U0 H
gal tank, coal chute, cauldron, den- H
tal chair, saxaphono, 5-room brick
house. Bell 323. H
FOR 3ALE REAL ESTATE H
I New modern 4-6 room frame. I
Monroe Ave. at a sacrifice I M
for quick sale. Call 2180-J. I
NEW brick bungalow; bargain; easy H
terms. C. D. IVES, 380 25th st. M
',20 ACRES of good land 6 miles from H
! count court house; good water H
j right, four room house, 70 young ap- H
I pie trees. Terms, 1-2 down, 7 per H
cent on balanco. Tel. 23 N-2. H
1 25 ACRE farm, 17 acres farm or beet H
land, good water right, S acres pas- H
turo and yard. Terms half down, 7 H
per cent on balance. Tel 23 N-2. H
j 10-16-lmo M
5-ACRE chicken and fruit ranch. C. D. H
IVES, 380 25tb st. 11-G-lnto M
PASTURING and feeding horses for H
the winter. V. J. Hcstmark, Kanes- H
ville. Phone 5-N-2. 10-25-tf M
I WILL TRADE a good irrigated farm H
in Uintah county with stock and H
Improvements for a home in Ogdcn. H
Address D. P. R., Standard. 10-2S-5t H
PRIVATE home for confinements, H
charges reasonable. 2177 Jeff. jH
FOR SALE OR TRADE H
BUSINESS property on 24th st near H
tho postoffice, to exchange for farm IH
or resldenco property. Phone 1078-W. jH
, j " ... '. H
GOLD locket; parties can have same jH
by calling at Lnmode Millinery; by IH
identifvlng and paying for this add. !H
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS IH
DRIVING horse. Will keep well for jH
use during winter. Phone 607. M
CURTAINS and laundry. 3209 Wash. H
Phone 1G44-W. 11-7-lmo H
COWS wanted. Phone 41-N2. H
ONE HUNDRED head of horses for H
pasture. Smith ranch. North Ogden. IH
Phone 3-Z. 10-23-lmo IH
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phono IH
2305-W. 10-lS-lmo H
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight, H
Phone 1344-W. 10-9-lmo JM
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Knight. M
1.344 Washington 10-9-lmo IH
CURTAINS laundered. Mrs. Green- H
wood, 1399-J. 9-28-lmo H
Tiivin; ( jaKD
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. fM
(Mountain Time.) IH
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- H
ROAD COMPANY. H
West Bound. Arrive.
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall. .12:10 ajn. H
No. 409 Tiutlc Passenger.. 11:35 a.m. IH
No 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m. IH
No. 5 Cbicago-San Fran- H
clsco Express 3:50 p.m. H
East Bound. Depart. H
No. 6 San Francisco-Cat- H
cugo Express 7:15a.m. 'M
No. 410 Tintlc Passenger.. 1'lOp.m. H
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3; 50 p.m. H
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5-50 pm. H
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. B
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- IH
lice, Heed Hotel Bldg. H
F. FOUTS. Agent. H
Electric Way Between
Ogden and Brigham H
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. H
I Trains leavo Ogdeu acd BriMiam H
6:30 a. in 3.0U p ni fM
7:30 a. in 4.2u p. m jH
9:00 a. m 6 00 ,. in IH
10:30 a. iu 7:30 p. m. IH
12.00 noon :00 ; :u. M
1:30 p. m ....11:10 p. ci. H
First train from Ogdea starts mni H
O. U. T. Depot. All otherj: ti-:t train IB
Union Depot. H
la Ogdeu, trains stop only at S. I M
,fc Ogdon Depot. O. R. T. Depr.: rtid IM
Five Points. IH
Effective Nov. 6th, 1912. H
Car will leave tho Union Derot o H
the Hermitage at 1:00, 2:20. .: 10 an' IH
Cars will leavo the I i:Iop D-'-ji H
the Sanitarium at 6:3C, 7:30, .'i a I M
Last car "will lcnvo the Kerr.i'Jjv H
at 5:4" p. in. H
Last car wll! leave the Sanliuii;. H
at 10:00 p. m. H
On Sundays extra cars tc Hero;!- H
tago at 1020 and 11:40 a. m. H