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"" """., THE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912. " r " " ' " 3 I
I THANKSGIVING
If IN THE STATE
I OF UTAH
ml
fmU l"n three biief paragraphs Govern-'
tW& or William Spry yesterday issued his
m i nnmi.il proclamation creating a
H Thanksgiving day In Utah and calling
I; uPOn all people of the btatc to be
MW speak the gratitude that Is In them
m$l for the blessings of life.
hjjfj The proclamation follows:
El ' Bj the Governor of the State of Utah,
t a Proclamation.
j Hallowed as an Institution of th.i
jS Pilgrim FatherK, the custom of st-1
JW; ting apart a day in each year fori
g. thanksgiving and player ion. la u u
' to us puie and wholesome In the
sweet simplicity of its observance,
I In porpetuatlon of this custom and
H In pursuanco of tho proclamation of
"J the president of the United States. I.
j3 William Spry, governor of tho state
;S of Utah, do hereby designate Thurs
5j day, No ember 28, 1012, Thanksgiving
W day, and urge upon the people of
l this state the observance of the day
ST in its true spirit.
ISf At tho altar of every family circle
ffii and in the places of worship, let
Mi thanks be returned for the hloFsiiiga
ffljl "f 1,f and Hborty, of peace and hav
ndm plness; for the enjoyment of matc
I'W rial prosperity and for everj good
j and precious gift. In humility lot
tSA grateful acknowledgment be made of
1 the manifold evidences of divine dl
fif rectlon and protection in all the af
H fairs of life.
H Tn witness whereof I have hereun
F to set my hand and caused to be af
lUf fixed the great seal of the state of
Ifll Utah.
"ill Done at Salt Lake Clty,.thc capi
R tal, this oth day of November, A. D.
MM 1912. "VILLIAM SPRY.'
in Governor
Transfer
3 Phone 321. 408 25th Street
"SI Wc bavo the largest van n fne
3 city- Quick service. Moving, chip
; ping and handling pianos. rompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
ing a specialty. Storage at reason
able rates.
; 1 CLARA BERGES
S Private Hospital
J IDEAL SITUATION R
W EXPERT ATTENDANCE W
. I 2106 Wash. Ave'.' Phone 253 K
(W McdJcui, Silrglcal rod Obstet- y
rical Casc2 Tuker.. vi
B I
I 322 Twenty-fifth St.
; I Special Dinner 25t h
Lunch from 11 a. m, to 4 p. m.
H Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. g
n Lee and Foon, Managers
- I Billiken
Housecleaning Company
HOUSECLEANING IN ALL ITS
BRANCHES. Wallpaper cleaning
kalsoinlning. painting, upholster
Ing, furniture repairing by expert
workmen Charges reasonable.
Residence 2223 Wasblngtou. Phone
22S9-M.
Office. Phono 134 1-J.
1 CARPENTERS, ATTENTION.
I The Big Cut Co-op Overalls. I
1 N. 0. OGDEN CO. 9
1 236 25th St 1
r TETTER COME TO
I CRAWSHAW'S
HE 219 25th Street.
WK And have a few post cards tak-
P en 51.00 the dozen.
Th Newport
Cafe
JIM, WONG-WE, Managcro.
' 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
Open Day and Night.
Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats
H The Bread with the Homo- I
H Made Flavor. 1
; I MOTHER'S CHOICE I
w Made by
W DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING 1
ffl COMPANY (J
93 2258 Grant Avenue F
T-mmmmtjma
J "A Utile Celttr Thxn CooJ Discgh"
FALSTAFF CAFE
THOS. FEENEY, Prop.
Palace Cafe
Special Dinner . . 25c
i Lunch from 11 a, m. to 4 p. m.
Dinner from 4 p. m, to p. m.
TOM HOY Mgr. 284 ?J3th St,
FOREIGN MISSIONS;
PRE ABOUT THEM
f Pithy Discourse on Missions
From tits Bible Standpoint.
Pastor RuBsell Claims Rsport of tht
International Bible Students' Acoo-
clation Committee of Which Ho Was
I Chair.-nan Was Too Mild Rather
Than Too Severn Committea Unani-
moucly Stand by the Report and
j Challenge Criticism The Commit
te.'a Full Report Is Now Offcrod Free
to Ail.
fmZEiSDXSegS&T&ti Ottawa. Ont.,
mhilM I w Ruse11 -a5 usu-al
SotSL -8 hore bnd la au
plpS jllencer. We re-
"Jw P port onu of h5s ia"
i v'ivj-s t c r c a 1 1 n g. dis
$&'' ' courhcs on the
ils3&, - 1 1 a c subject of
alJm S Foreign M lesions
nFiV M hifli Is stirring
BJEtffc&ilL l&fcM Chrl-tendoia. III?
ffiGffivffiy jMJS) text tvns, "Th
fP$T0"KUS5lLL) C; o s p c 1 of the
Kingdom shall be
prcnclicd In all the vro-'d, for a wit
ness unto all nations; and then shall the
End come" (Mntt .txiv, 14.1 He said
A year ago the lntoruntlonnl Bible
Studcnta Association sent a Commit
tee of Seven to investigate miKsIonary
prospects In foreign lands especially
in South India, where It Is making Bpe
cial effovt. I was one of that Com
inlttpe, otherwise composed of four
successful business mop. one dctoi
and General Hall, of the U. S. A. The
Committee made ib? report to one of
the largest Christian gatherings ever
held in New York City In the Hip
podrome on March 31st. Its Report,
i published In pamphlet form, reached
I a wide circulation amongst Christian
people. I nm authorize! to offer free,
until the supply Is exhausted, one copy
each to all interested in Foreign Mis
sions. Send postcards addressed to
"I. B. S A.. Brooklyn, K. Y.." re
quostiuj; n copy of the Misiiouary Bc
porl. Tho Co'.r.iiltteo in prepariu-,' this
BoporL laid bare the facts as pcullj
and kindly as possibie.
Their Report, which many Christian
people cralefuliy acknowledged, has
irritated n fw Persons. The?e evi
dently fe.ire.l that wc have discredited
their fa;ry l:i!cs respecting the Immedi.
ate cotivornion of the world by human
Instrumentality and more millions of
money YTc sympathize with these en
thusiasts. v-.hu seem to shut their eyes
to factp. whPo hoping yga'nst hope to
maintain esp'oded theories. One of
l these, Mr. AY T. Kills, alias the 'Be
! liglous Rambler." attacks our Report.
Falsely he declares that we Journeyed
' on the same vosscl froai San Fnincls
I co to Shiuph.il priviug the Impression
1 tbaf we fiad not visited Japan .it all;
I that wc nieroly rai;t?d thougli tlie
I country, did not visit all the mlsslou
stations, nor talk with all the, mission'
I aries.
Our .Report te!!3 the facts.. Tlie Com- i
mittee of ?evc!i scattefed. and spent :
six days in Japan, or a total of forty
two duys of invostigafi,yn'. Our twen
ty -tjire- d-ys si cut in India would be
the equivalent of nearly 5ix months
investigation ly ona person. TYc vis- j
ltcd and Interrogated the people, saw
their conditions, attended meetings. ,
etc I
As for myself. Ibis critic charge1? in i
one breath tluit I did i'- iveach the '
sermons which appeared '' the new:- !
papers of the world, and in the next !
breath tluit I spent all of my time in ,
preaching, and therefore had not timo ,
for investigation. A discerning public
can reod between the lines of such
criticism what the Bible symbolically 1
describes as "gnashing of teeth " Our !
Committee took the only proper conrso '
for ascertaining the facts. Every mis- '
slonary and every other person visit
Ing foreign fanCs within five years, will
concede that our Report Is very truth
ful, kind and sympathetic.
Poatmillennial Theorios Veraus Pre- ;
millennial.
Foreign Mlsslou work taught by the
I Scriptures generally is wholly differ- (
cnt from that which has been attempt ;
ed during the past century, under the
Postmilleunial theory that the Church :
Is to conquer the world for Christ and -to
bring about a thousand years' rcigu
of righteousness, after which Christ's
Second Advent will come, and those
blessed conditions obliterated by the
burning up of the world. This theory,
set forth In nearly all of our crccd.s.
Ib supplemented by the theory that all
dying In Ignorance of Christ and out
Elde of Huintsbip, ar passing to an
eternity of torture.
This frenzied view, mjsnamod G03
pel. has been presented to the heathen
with Utile appreciable effect. Just as
in civilized lands. The whole theory
Is wrong. YHiat the whole world needs
is the True Bible Message, stripped of
j all the ignorance of the Dork Ages
I The Bible teaches the Premlllennial
I Coming of Christ-11131 the Second
! Coming of Jesus must take place be
; fore His Kingdom Is established in
I I power and great glory and Satan
bound. The dead will onme forth The
5 rising Sun of Righteousness will cause
3 the knowledge of God to fill the earth.
J flissolvlnp the mists of bigotry and
superstition nnd helping humanity back
to perfection.
OThe test declares the preaching of
the Gospel In this Age to be. not foT
the conversion of the world, but for c
witness, to call an Elect Clase from
amongst mankind to be the Spiritual
Seed of Abrahnm. (Galatlnns III, 2D.)
'. TARIFF ON LEAD IS IN JEOPARDY
Up to Thursday the matter of a lead
tariff had concerned the western
statetf exclusively, the cast heretofore
turning a deaf oar to tho protesta
tions of the western mineral states,
and tho west bad como to believe that
tho eastern representatives in con
qresa would come as they like In tho
matter without regard to the fears
J of tho west and to tho utter disregard
Get a Home of Youf Own
11 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. BHUMMITT
Phone 59. Under Utah National Bank
of the east But one of the. weakest
issues In many months was Smelters
3estcrday on the New York market,
and one authority accounted for tho
drop in tho stock several points and
for tho largo amount of it which was
on tap by the fact that it is feared
the load tariff -will be reduced.
How much of an authority this mar
ket student may bo is a matter for
conjecture, but his theory is interest
ing at IcasL It Implies that the Am
erican Smelting and Refining com
pany ha3 a large supply of lead on
hand, purchased at tho comparatively
high i.inge that has pre ailed during
the past few months and It implies
further thau a recession In the mar
ket price of the metal is imminent
East May Help Vest.
It would appear as If the west ma
he able to work up a considerable
sympathetic Interest among eastern
investment circles In" order to make
an effort to retain the existing tarlfi'
on the metal, hut the wesL being move
directly concerned for the reason that
it holds the lead mines and Is so do- J
pendent upon ic success of theso lead
mines for Its general prosperity, nat-J
urally v.-Ill be looked to b tho casii
to make the burden of the fight to j
retain the tariff. j
It has been said that both the old j
political parties agreed that the Payno
tariff law needed revision, but that tho
Democratic party belieed that r.
downward revision was essential.
There is no disguising the fact that
every one expects the Pa ne law to
he treated to a very close scrutiny at
the hands of the comiug Democratic
congress and that tho eastern lead
manufacturer and consumer is going
to bring a tremendous amount of pres
sure to bear upon congress to have
the lead tariff reduced or removed
It is right up to the lead states,
therefore, and Utah is included among
the list, to demonstrate to congress
thnt a tariff i3 necessary and that the
present schedule is not too high Un
less it can be shown conclusively thor
the lead producing industrv needs the
tariff it is going to he removed, and
nothing pbort of positive evidence that
the western lead Industry requires the
tarifT to protect it against tho produc
tion of foreign mines will suffice. If
tlie western lead nroducor really needs
the tariff he should not have an dif
ficulty in establishing this fact, and
if he falls In making his proof, it will
be pretty conclushe evidence that
the industry does not noed protection
uu ;
HOW. '
"You say your Chicago fiie.nd got
robbed at the Paltimore convention?"
"Yes, got buncoed."
"But I thought CJhicaco people were,
too slick to got robbed."
"Well, he come- from one of the
rural sections of Chicago." Excbanse
1
LEGAL.
ASSESS ME N f "NOTICE.
Stockholders of tho Overland Min
ing and Milling company, attention.
At a meeting of tbe board of dircc
otra held in Ogden Citv, Utah, Octo
ber 2-1, 1312, an assessment of one
mill per share was levied against the
capital stock of tho corporation, the '
same payable immediately to the sec
retary at 671 23d slrt. OgJen Clt.
Utah. If not paid on or before No
vember 20, 1912. the stock will be
advertised ib delinquent, and if not
paid on or before December G. 1912,
sufficient shares will be sold at pub
lic auction, fi?4 23d street, at ." o'clock
p m. of that day. to pay dclinquen
cy, cost of advertising and expense
of sale. E. M CQNROY,
President.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie, No. IIS, F. O. E , meeta every
Wednesday evening at Easle hall.
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock Visiting
brother Eagles aro Invited to attend
the aerie meetings Club rooms open j
at 11 a. ro. Thos. Leslie. W. Presi
dent. E R Geigcr, Secretary Dr. C.
E TYardloigh, Aerio Physician.
Roal Nel?hbprs of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nighta
of each mouth at S p. m. at the
Reese Howell haI. ViBlting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna Ries-Finlcy, M D . room
21 Lowis block India Sawjer, Ora
cle, 19 IS Jackson. Lillian Newton.
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at S p. rn., at
K. of P Hall. Visiting members cor
dially invited. Androw W. Nelson, I.
p. Wm. Mullcr. Sec and Treas., 25S2
Washington Ave.
LADIES of tbe Maccabees, Silver hive
No. 1, L. 0. T. M., meets every
first and third Thursday evenings at
8 o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday aftexnoonB at 2:30 o'clock.
In Eagles hall, 2441 Hudson ave. Vis
iting numbers cordially Incited to at
tend. Kathryn ERgleston, L. C, L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Modern Wndmen of America
Utah Camp, No 9990 moots eyery first
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twentv
fourth and Washington avenue. Viai't
ilng members inrited. A. G. Jones,
Consul. J. II- Shaf-r, Clerk.
Ordqr of OwIb Ogden Nes No.
1218, Order of Owis, meets ovorv
Friday evening In Eagles' hall, on
Hudson avonuo at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owlo ure Invited to attend
the Neat meetings. W. H. Wrisht,
President. T. S Shaughnessy Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street
Order of Railway Conductors Wn
catch Division, No. 124. O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2: SO p. m., in K. of P. Hall, cornor
Waohlngton avenue and 24th street.
All brothers aro cordially Invited to
attend. C H. Pearson, C. C. D L
Boylee, S and T.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
(Continued )
Maconic Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4. O E S., regular moetlngb held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue botween Teut -fifth and Twon-y-slxth
streets, tho first and third
Fridays of each month Sojourning
members cordially Invited to attend.
Lllj V Halstcad. M. Callle E.
Cae, Secretary.
Unity Lodge. No. 18, F. & A. M..
Masonic Templo. l.'cu Washington
aenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening ut 7.30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brcthron
cordlalK invited to attend H. L.
Herrlngton, W. M. Felix T. Moore.
Secretary.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No 531. meets every Wednesday
night at 7 20 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Vistiug neighbors invited. Duos can
be paid to Dr Alice M. Ridge. M D,
57-08 LeWjs block. Elizabeth Best.
iG. N, 2543 Lincoln avenue, phone
1903-J Marie Crltes. Clerk. 2731
?.onroo avenue.
j Sego Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p m.. in I. O. O F hall.
Vicitlug neighbors cordially Invited.
Mary E. Blixt, G. N . 45J 31st St Kate
Heyman. Clerk, Bell phoae 1247-J.
Oc I Follows Ogden Lodge No 5
Independent Order of Odd Fellown.
meets in I. O O F hall every Tues
da evening. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to be present L H.
Candlart. N G. Henry Klssell. Sec
retary Queen City Rebokah Lodge, No 1.
1 O O F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odu Fellows hall
Visiting members invited Anna
Kissel. N G Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St
Woodmen or tho 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
Imitcd to attend. Fred E, Williams.
C. C. E. Auth. Clerk, First Natloual
bank building.
Knights of Pythias Ogdon Lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle half. Utah National bank bulld
Inr. every Monday evening. All K. of
P.'s requested to meet with us. Goo.
II. Hart. C C G. Kind. M. of E.
W L Underwood, K, of R. S
I Brotherhood of American Yoemcn
Ogden Homestead, No. 1505. meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K P.
ball. Visiting Archers aie cordlallv
Iulted to meet with us W. S.
O'Brhin Foreman. 2o3S Grammorcy
avenue I A. Junk Correspondent,
3202 Washington.
Ggden Eusiness Directory
Advertisements in thie column cost
75c per line per month, payable In
advance.
ATTORNEYS
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY. (over Nye's
Clothing Store.; 2411 Wash ave.
Phono 303
CARPET CLEANING
K. VAN KAMPEN Phono S83 for up
holstering, mattress making, ro
Eiretclilag of bed rprings
CHIROPRACTOR
F J FREENOR, D. C. all acute 'and
chronic diseases Rooms 13-14,
2411 Washington ave Otllce hours,
9 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 p m 11-5-tf
EDUCATIONAL
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Young man. why do ou not spend
your evenings In the night school and
fit yourself for business? You can
do It ll-6-lmo
FLORIST
The Ogden Flower Market. 1G2 W.
30th. Choicest cut flowers In the
market Carnations and chrysanthe
mums a specialty A trial order will
convince. Orders for Thanksgiving.
Phono 1849-W. 11-ll-lmo
FURRIERS TAXIDERMIST
FURS cleaned and romodoled; skins
dressed, work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street
HOTELS
THE CRESTON Steam heated; hot
and cold wator, every room; new
,and modern, 50c and up Twenty -fifth
street, opposite Citv park
JUNK
OGDEo' JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk, phone u?" up; we
will call for It Boll phone, 325-K;
Inu , 725.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
Dr. Adpa Davidson, Dr Margaret M.
Burns, office 33C '5th St. Phone
997-J. Res. Phone 1617-J Ovor
Smaljeys.
PAINTING, PAPERHANG1NG
PAINTING paperhangiug aud tinting.
Y den Hortog. phone 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Phyaiclan and
Surgeon Office houro 1 to 4 p. m.
New Peer)' Bldg.. Hudson Ave. phono
19C3-W Residence phone 2129-W. C40
.iWasLington avenue. G-ll-tf
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
(Continued.)
PLUMBING AND HEATING
V S DONALDSON & SONS! 2452
Grar.., or phono 127. 6-14.-1 mo
RUG CLEANSING.
NEW process; look llko now; no
beating, no vacuum; no fading: ta
ken or done on flcor, Phone. 1S81
W, 814 21th.- ll-15-lwk
SANITARY WORK
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
2728 Grant Bell phone 201S-W
SECOND-HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
nothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap A Siner, Phono 1321 1791-2
Tw-nf-fifth St 6-13-lyr.
STOVE REPAIRS
RI( J'i NOW jive your heating
stoves a thought then Summerlll,
1 2304 Washington Ave.
TAILORED-MADE CORSETS
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith
Phono CG1-W.
UMBRELLA REPAIRING
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571 R 7-5-tf
VETERINARY SURGEON
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phon 828.
Office and Hospital. 215C Washington.
READjrHJS!
ADVERTISING PRICES
Want advertisement cost one cent
per word each lasue, 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 centa per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month Remember
flvc avr-age words make a line. All
advertlsem-nts on this page must be
paid In advance. No excerJtlon to thts
rule.
HELP WANTED
FEMALE.
GIRL to holp with housework part of
each day. 2342 Madison. U-14-lwk
GIRL for cook and housework; family
2; good wages. 2555 Eccles ave.
11-14-lwlc
WOMAN to cook in boarding house.
2024 Lincoln. 11-li-lwk
A GIRL for general housework, no
children in the family. 2456 Madi
son. 11-13-lwk
GOOD, girl for general housework:
small -farailv. good wages. 515
24th St "' U9-lwk
CHAMBERMAID at the Virginia.
11-S-iw
SITUATIONS WANTED
TEivlALE
WIDOW wishes posltioi as house-
kecpei for widower, small family.
3221 Lincoln Avo. ll-lC-3t
DRESSMAKING Reasonable, prices
1454-J. 27S 22d st. 10-29-luiO
HELP WANTED
MALE.
An EXTRA 1.000 MEN WILL BE
needed by the United States navy
this year. To run Us vast fighting
fleet 48,000 men are required. 17.000
of these are petty officers. Opportun
ities for promotion are excellent be
cause of the many positions. Oppor
tunities for seeing some of the world
are also very good.
Average pay of all enlisted men is
$35 monthly, with practically no Ihlng
oxpenses. oYung meu who have It In
them to win rise to chief -petty offi
cer, S90 to ?100 per month, then to
warrant officer. $1,600 to $2,500.
Of the navy men entitled to re-enlist,
60 nor cont re-onllst, which shows
that navy men arc ell fed. well paid,
well treated, well promoted and like
the life.
Navy employs 50 trades, maintains
trade schools for those having apti
tude Men knowing trades niaj enlist
at higher pay Only young men 17
to 25 years c'd tan enlist except men
knowing certain trades, the can ou
llst over 25 and at higher pa Call
at Navy Recruiting Station. Isls The
atre Bldg., 2510 Washington.
Officers will gladlj tell everything
you wish to know Or send for free
illustrated booklet. "The Making of a
Man-o'-Warsman. tells all about
navy work. pay. play, promotion, trav
el, etc Hac your parents read It
Address Bureau of Navigation, Box
355, Navy DepL. Washington, DC'1
TAILOR at the Manhattan Clothes
Shop 23C9 Wash, U-13-tf
BY A German, good English toacher
P O Box 41. ll-2-2t
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop,
2369 Washington 10-31-tf
DRESSMAKING.
ACCORDION pleating done Rear 240
2Gth St 11-16-lwk
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 21S5
Jcffcraon ave. U-4-tf
AGENTS WANTED
AGENTS Don't hesitate. Send at
once for free particulars. New
specialty Easy seller. Big profits for
you. Tho Frederick Spr-cialty Co.,
Box 433, KallspclL Mont 11-16 It
SALESMEN WANTED
CALENDAR salesmen, we want reli
able, capnblo salesmen for thin lo
cality to sell our elegant linen of Im
ported and domestic calendars, sou
enJra, fans, signs, leather and alumi
num uoveltics, etc. Liberal commis
sions, prompt payments, oxcluslvo territory-
Begin Jan. 1 Wrlto Immediate
ly with references. Mention territory
preferred. State experience. The old
cal. house Tho Gnst Bank-Note com
pany. SL Louis, Mo. 11-16-lt
SALESMEN WANTED.
(.Continued.)
SELL groceries direct to tarmers in
your community for tho largest
wholesale bouso selling ulrect by sam
ples, all goods guaranteed Drop
shipments or carload, permanent po
sitions worth $35 to $100 per weeK
and up; liberal terms; glvo references
Address Dopt. C, Hitchcock Hill &
Co., Chicago. v 11-1G-U
SALESMEN for strongest lino qi do
mestic and Imported calendars,
leather goods, signs, fans, pencils and
novelties In the went. Meokcr Ad
vertising Co., Inc. Joplln, MO.
11-16-lt
SALESMEN Double your Income by
selling the greatest cigar trade stim
ulator on the market. Cawood Nov
elty Company, Danville, 111. 11-lC-lt
FOR RENT
FUhNISHED ROOMS.
FOR KEN1 Furnished, aew, clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms. ;2
wk. up 53C 21st ut 3-13-lyr
MODERN housekeeping apt; bath,
Kas range, dlsappoaiinS beda;
cheap. 226U Washington ave.
11-15-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Mon
roe ave 11-12-lwk
MODERN housekeeping rooms rea
sonable 2759 Grant 11-12-lwk
FUHNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 12G-W. 22nd St 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2824 Waahing
j ton Ave. Phono 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
I ROOMS, also houscKecping, g.i3,
I langfe. Beltman Block, 2i!03 Wash.
10-21-lmo
jnIQELY furnished rooms, phone 703-
R. 10-lS-lmy
.
FURNISHED aDd Unfurnished tlats.
2'J31 Grant. 9-26-Crno
HOUSEKEEPING- ; corns, furnished
aud unfurnished, at Orphcum Hotel.
Phone I97b. 9-6-tf
i .
! FURNISHED room- for housekeep
ing; prices to suit. Utabna 7-29(f
FREE bath; pi ices moderate; mu-Jt
bo rented. 24G8 Washington Ave
7-29-tf
FOR RENT
UrFURN3HED ROOMS.
3 or 4 ROOMS, i.ieap to right partlca
I at my new home, 214 27th St.
10-30-tI
FOR RENT
BOARD AND ROOM.
PLEASANT rooms and board. 2177
Jefferson. 11-12-lmo
WANTED.
BOARD AND ROOM.
GENTLEMAN wants board and room
with small family. Address Box
617, City. 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
FOUR and two-room houses. Inquire
2220 LIucoln, 11-14-tf
7-ROOM, modern house. 3G1 23rd St.
11-12-lwk
6-ROOM cottaso, good location, cloee
In, $15. Apply 2155 Adams.
11-11-lwk
5-ROOM, modern brick, 52,500. O. A.
White, 3G2 25th St. 11-12-lwk
C-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24t'n St Apply Horocks Bros
10-20-tf
4 AND 5-ROOM house, $10 per mo.
Wedell. 10-18-lmo
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS
UNFURNISHED apartments Btrictly
up-to-date, heat and not water.
2248 Jeff. ave. 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT Unfurnished flats. Ap
ply 2631 Grant ave. 10-12-tf
FOR BENT
FURNISHED. HOUSES.
NEATLY furnished cottage. Inquire
Wilson Grocery, 150 2Sth SL
fl-16-lwk
4 ROOMS, strictly modern; good col
lar; very warm 879 21st St Phone
1474-W. " 1113-lwk
SMALL four-room house cheap. 403
7th Phono 1913-W. 11-14-lwk
5-ROOM modern brick. Inquire 2758
Lincoln ave. ' 11-11-lwk
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just east of
the Standard office Id for rent, ei
ther all or part Inquire at Standard
office. 9-2G-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate;
$100.00 up, real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2478 Wasninyton Ave, Upstairs.
MO.sEY to Ipan on real ostate secur
ity J. J. Brummltt 4-27-tf
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry. firearmt, etc.
.UncU; Sam's Loan Offlco. ostablishod
lliSO. Tho Money Lenders of OGden
276 25th St C. II. Smith, Prop.
9-4 -lyr.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans Tou
can get it today. Cheapest rates,
best and most private terms in Utah
D D Dreke, over Paine & Hurst
' ; i
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improvad
farm or city proporty. HUNTER &
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg
E-12-tf
VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC Santos $1 day or ?3 with
operator. Phouo S8. Electric Serv
ice Co., 425 24th at. 10-29-3wk
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
RHODE ISLAND Red cockarolc H
Phono 150G-J after 6 pm. H
11-15-lwk 1
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- H
lator and 2-color ribbon, $35. Good M
machines for ront, $2 month. Type- M
writer Exchange, 425 24th lO-29-lmu H
fYPEWRlTERS-Burgalns :oi sale. JH
rentals, GupplicB. repair. Ogdon
Typewriter Exthant,u. 425 2 Sib st Jm
Phono 8S. lu-21-imo M
FOR SALE REAL BSTATE H
NEW modern 4-G loom frame. Monroo H"H
ave.. at a sacrifice for auic . o H
Call 2180-J IM
NEW brick bonjalow; bargain. .iis m
terms. C. D.-IVES, 2S0' 25th p H
'il-G ji H
2. ACRES of j,ood land C ralles l.i i H
county court bout?: good w.ite H
right, four loom bouse, 70 oung a, jH
pic trees Terms, 1-2 down, , t.7 H
cent on balnuoc. Tel. 23 N-2. H
H
25 ACUI. la: in. 17 aous lann oi k- H
land, good watci right, s ncies pa! H
turo and yard. Terms half doun 7 H
per cent on balance Tol 23 .S-2 H
10-lG-lnn
i H
5-ACRE chicken and trull ranch C. D
IVES, 380 25th et 11-G-Luvj H
PASTURAGE H
PASTURING and feeding IiorseR for jH
the winter. V. J. Hestmark, Kanos- H
villp. Phone 5-N-2. 10-25-tf H
TRADE. H
I WILL TRADE a good Irrigated farm H
in Uintah county with stock aud H
Improvements for a homo In Ogden. fl
Addrosa D. P. R.. Standard. 10-28-;t; H
PERSONAL. H
PRIVATE home for confinements; fl"H
charges reasonable. 2177 .Toff. jH
11-lJ-lTrk M
FOR SALE OR TRADE H
BUSINESS property on 24th bL near "H
tho nostofficc, to exchange for farm M
j or residence property. Phone 1078-W.
j 10-26-tf H
FOUND. L
FOUND Common biilldog Owner H
can claim by description and naying M
advertisement. Address Owns,, care Jm
Standard. 11-15-31 H
GOLD locket; parties can have same H
by calling at Lamodc Millinery, by M
identifying and paying for this add. mm
11-13-lwk H
LOST OR STOLEN. t
LOST New Cornell bicycle. Nq G- "H
61G3. Reward for Information or M
return of same. 370 23d. 11-15-lwk H
' PERSONAL L
ANYTHING for anybody. Tell no- 'H
body anything. Alvord & Anything, mM
Bell J33-W H
BILLIARD HALL FOR SALE fl
BILLIARD room and cigar stand at a H
bargain Best location In town an,d H
doing good business. To provo this H
will give trial for one week. Address H
M. J., Caro Standard. ll-14-3t H
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS H
$2,200 AT 6 per cent interest; first- jH
class security. Address Box ISS, H
City. 11-16-lt fM
DRIVING horse. Will keep well for H
uso during winter. Phone 607. H
CURTAINS and laundry. 3209 Wash. fl""H
Phono 1G4I-W. ll-7-lmo mmJ
COWS wanted. Phono 41-N2. H
10-30-lmo H
ONE HUNDRED head of horses for H
pasture. Smith ranch, North Ogden. H
Phone 3-Z. 10-23-lmo H
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phono H
2305-W. 10-lS-lmo H
RAILROAD I
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. H
(Mountain Timo.) H
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL-
ROAD COMPANY. H
A' est Bound. Arrive. H
No. i Pacific Coast Mall. 12.10 a.m. H
No. 409 Untie Passongor..ll 35 a.m
No J Pacific Coast Ltd... 1.40p.m. H
No. 5 Cbicao-3an Fran- jH
Cisco Express 3:60 p. ni H
East Bound. Depart H
No. 6 Sail Francioco-ChI- H
chgo Express .... 7.1Ca,rr H
No. 410 T.ntlc Pa'eonger . 1 1 . 1
No. 2 AU.mtK Loa., Ltd . 3 "( t H
No. 4 Atlantic Ccast .Mall u 5 , it H
Fine roadbed, elegant ' cqulpui at 'H
uueurpasscd 6cer.cry . City ricket Jf H
flee. Heed Hoto! Bldg. H
F. FOUTS zun W
Electric Way Between M
Ogden ami Br.gham Lm
f-FhCTlV APRIL 1, 19 1-.
Trains icaro ogden ana Brignam H
G;30 a. m 3.00 p. m H
7.30 a. m 4.30 p m MM
9.00 u. m G 00 p. ui. H
10:30 a. m 7:30 p ra. H
12:00 noon 9;0 p. m. H
1:30 p. m.' 11:10 p. ui. H
First train from Ogden starts from JM
O. R. T. Depot All-others start from H
Union Depot.
In Ogden, trains stop only at S. L. H
& Ogden Depot, O, R. T. Doioi and H
Flvo Points. H
CANYON LINE M
SCHEDULE kW
Effective Nov 6th, 1912. H
Car will leavo tho Union Depot for H
the Hermitage at 1:00, i:20, 3:40 aud H
Cars will leave the Union I)6po: for H
the Sanitaiium at G:?0. 730, S"30 oud H
Last car will lcavo the Hormilago H
m.
Last car will lcavo the Sanitarium MM
10:00 P. m. H
On Sundays extra cars to Hormi- jH
togo at 10:20 and 11:40 a. in. 1

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