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I v : THE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912. '1' ' . ' r ' ' 5, 1 H
IS SOLD AT
I The tempoiary Injunction to pre-
1 fenA the s:i, 1,avin; "een dissolved
I B Jr. Denver, the holdings of the Tcllu-
I rfde Power company were sold at
1 public auction at Tcllurlde. Colo.,
I yesterday, according to dispatches rc-
I ceived here last n'ght.
I The property was purchased, in ac-
1 cordancc with the reorganization
I plans previously reported, ny V. E.
I Wheeler, president of thc Bank' of
I . Tcllurlde. for ?G,4GO.0OO. ' Mr. Wheel -
1 c" acted for thc Utah Power & Light
R company, the corporation recently
t x formed for merging several power in-
J Tlie sale was made bv the sheriff
at Telluride. It Includes all the be
longings of the company In Colorado,
Ijj Utah, Idaho and other western suites.
II Tho reorganization with D. C. Jack-
Jing as vice president and general
manager will be effected at an ear-
VI ly date.
II ' A tentative settlement out of court
Of the claims of L. L. Nunn, formor
I! president of the company, preceded
,1 the dissolulon of he Injuncion in Den-
ver, granted by Judge W.bitford In the
district court Saturday night It is
understood that Mr Nunn will rc
' Ceive '525 per sha.ro for his stock and
I charges made against him 'n the fed
eral court in Denver of misappropri
ating funds will be dropped.
Protests Not Heeded.
"When the auction was on protest
against the sale was made by repre
sentatives of the Butterfly Mining
company, which -has a claim against
tho Telluride company for damages
arising from the breaking of a dam
some years ago; also by a represent
ative of the forestry service.
The protest was not heeded, how
ever, by the sheriff. It is understood
that the objections were raised to
thoroughly equip thc claimants for
any action they may desire to take
in future to collect for damages.
Mr. Wheeler made the purchase In
tlie name of Neal A. Withers Tor the
"Utah Power & Light company. The
transaction removes all obstacles. It
Is said, in the way of the $52,000,000
'""' merger of Colorado, Utah and Idaho
, power companies
The new corporation, it is under
stood, will furnish power for the Don
cr & Rio Grande railroad wnen its
line from Helper to Salt Lake over
a Supplies I
j Monarch mi I
1 Smith Premiers I
N IT. D. Mumi, Residsnt Sales- ra
3 man. fcj
a 2266 Washing-ton Ave.
I Fhone 1884 I
Phone 321. 408 25th Street
f Wc have the largest van 'n fne
jfift city. Quick service. Moving, ship-
WL ping and handling pianos. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
ing a specialty. Storage at reason
k Private Hospital '.I
1 IDEAL SITUATION
CT EXPERT ATTENDANCE
jjj 2106 Wash. Ave. Phone 253 f)
fe Medical. Surgical and Obstet- Q
ffi rlcal Cases Taken. d
It 322 Twenty-fifth St. g
3 Special Dinner 25
n Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p m. &
i Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m.
' '.to and Foon, Managers Bj
3 CARPENTERS, ATTENTION, j
B H The Big Cut Co-op Overalls.
I I N. O. OGDENCO. !
1 rjj 236 25th St. H
V 3 The Bread vlth the Home- J
3 Made Flavor. i.
1 3 MOTHbu'o vlHOICE I
fi Made by
I H DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING
4 COMPANY ,
il 2258 Grant Avenue J
H Special Dinner . . 25c
ill Lunch from 11 a. m t? P. m
II Dinner from 4 p. m. ;
I TOM HOY, Mgr. 284 W3th St.
fcoldier Summit cut orf is electrified,
according to announcement inane Sat
urday by E. L. Brown, vice presi
OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
Ogden, Utah, Nov, 19. Butter
Creamery, extra, in cartons, 3G,
creamery, llrsts, 33, cooking, HO,
Cheese Eastern, 21; Utah, IS;
V. A., 19.
Eggs Per case of 30 dozen, 8.00;
Sugar Beet, SC.00; cane, G.20.
WHEAT SWINGS LOWER
Chicago, Nov 19. Cables which
proved disappointing to the bulla gave
tho wheat market today . a lower
swing. Favorable weather for con
tinued big receipts northwest count
ed also on the hear side Later, how
ever, the market rallied owing to re
ports that that Argentine harvest out
look had become less promising.
Trading at the outset was 1-4 to 5-S
net off. May started at 91 5-8 to
91 7-8, a drop of 1-1 to 1-2, and ral
lied to 92Q192 1-8
Advices that farmers were soiling
quite freely tended to ease corn un
til wheat began to recover. May
opened unchanged to 1-4 lower at
47 1-S to 47 3-S, but reacted to
Gooy buying on the part of the
shorts kept oats firm. May, which
started the same as last night, at
32 1-4, rose to 32 C-8
Provisions responded to steadiness
In the hog market. First sales were
unchanged to 2 l-2f'5 higher, with
January 1S.97 1-2 for pork, 10.S2 1-2
to 10.S5 for lard, and 10.20 to 10.
22 1-2 for ribs.
Boston Wool Market.
Boston. Nov. 19. A continuation of
the steady demand for domestic wool,
with prices well maintained, Is re
ported. Sales cover a wide range, although
territory stock, especially In original
balls, Is leading as usual. A fair trade
prevails in nearby fleeces, notably In
Territory wools, both In original
bags and grades ,are selling readily,
and in the latter some good sized
transfers of Utah medium fine and
fine medium at 21 cents are report
ed. Offerings of Texas wool have been
fairly large, with 12 months scllin?
at 22 cents. California wool is also
in liberal demand and choice north
ern brings 0:.' cents clean.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City. Nov. 19. Cattle Re
ceipts 15,000. Including l,0u0 south
erns; marl-et steady; native steers,
GaOiglO.So, southern steers. I 25&
i 7.25; southern cows and heifers, 3.50(5
5 50. native cows and heifers. 3 u0dj
7-00; stackers and feeders 4.75(h'7 50;
bulls, 4.005 7G; calves. 5.509.50;
western steers. 5.00(3 S.50, western
Hogs Receipts, 20.000; market
steady; bulk of sales, 7.507.75;
heavy, 7 707.80: packers and butch
ers. 7.0017.75; light, 7.400'7.C5; pltp.
Sheep Receipts. 10.000; market
steady; muttons, 3.S00.25: lambs.
G.007.50; range wethers and ear
lings. 4.00(S'G.00; range ewes, 3.00
4.50. ,- '
j Ornnha Livestock.
I South Omaha. Nov., Nov. 19. Cat -
i lie Receipts, 5.700. market steady;
! native steers. G255?9.75; cows and
holfers, 3.75G.75; western steers.
' 5.2S'7pS.25; Texns steers. 1.50(TiC30;
i cows and heifers, 3.50(5 G.50: canners,
3 00fH4.00; stackers -and feeders, 175
7.G0; calves. 5.00'9.00; bulls, stags,
Hogs Receipts, 13,500; market 5
to 10 lower; heavy, 7.707.80; mix
ed'. 7.707.75; light, 7.50(g7.75; pigs,
G.256I 7.40; bulk of sales, 7.707.7o.
Sheep Receipts, 1 -1.300; market
steady; lambs. 10 to 15 higher; year
lings, 4.505.25, wethers, 3.G04.40;
ewes, 3.404.00; lambs, G.507.35.
Chicago. Nov. 19. Cattle Receipts,
7,500; marVet steady to shade lower
beeves. 5 30(?I10.C5: Texas steer3, 4.30
(frS.GO; western steers. 5.509.00;
stackers and feeders. 4.10(5)7-10; cow3
and heifers, 2.757.10; calves, 6.50
Hogs Receipts. 23.0CO; market
strong; light. 7.35'7.S0; mixed, 7.10fl
7.90; heavy 7.35(fl'7.90; rough. 7.35'S
7.55: piz3, 5.107.25; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, 35.000; market
steady; native. 3,50ffp4.60; western 3.75
4.50; yearlings, 4.7557'G.00; lambs, na
tive, 5.50g)7 55: western, o.GofQ.SO.
Chicago. Nov. 19. Butter steady:
creameries, 2934; dairies. 2G31.
Eggs steadv; receipts, 3.031 cases;
at mark, cases included. 2225; ordl
narj firsts, 24 ; firsts, 27.
Cheese stoady; daisies, 17 l-4l-2;
twins, 16 3-4 17: young Americas,
IG 3-417; long horns, 10 3-417.
Potatoes steady; receipts. 40 cars;
Michigan. 48 53; Minnesota, 17(0)50;
New York. Nov. 19. Raw sugar
stoady; muscovado, S9 test, 3.55; cen
trifugul, 9G test, 1.05; molanscs, S9
Refined sugar steady.
St. Louis, Nov. 19. Wool Steady,
terrltorv r.nd western mediums, 219
25; fine mediums, 1S20; fine, 13
NEW FACES ROUND
, THE PRINCE TABLE
1 Bv the action taken on Monday af
ternoon by the board of directors of
the Prince Ccinolldnted company, the
new interests recently aenulrlng the
I control were elected to fill the a
icancies occasioned by the resignation
i of eeveral directors and President
,jained Hackctt. Charles E. Knox was
selected to fill thc acancy this cre
ated, and Is uow the president of tuc
company Mr. Knox is one of the
best known mining men and capi
talists of tho western country, be ug
closelv Identified with tho banking
life of Nevada, and serving as presi
Irtonl and rlfrertnr of oovoral of tn
Get a Home of Your Own
U I have twenty-five homes in various parts of
the city to sell on the Installment Plan. Pay
ments cheaper than paying rent. See me and
I will help you to become your landlord.
J. J. BMUMMITT
Phone 59. Under Utah National Bank
well known mining Companies of that
Formor Board Resigns.
The resignations of Directors Ern
est L. Go.lbe, Anthony H Godbe,
Ilenrv Sadler and J. P Megath were
submitted at the meeting of thc board
on Monday, and thc following Tvcrc
elected directors In their stead.
Charles E. Knox. William H. Webber,
John A Kirby and A. Y Smith. Mr
Webber was one of thc original own
ers of tho Nevada Hills property of
Nevada, serving for four or five years
as general manuger and member of
the executive committee. John A.
Kirby is far too well known In Utah
and Nevada as one of the most suc
cessful of the many Utahns who have
made good In a substantial way dur
ing the past few years In the Sage
brush state to require any further in
troduction to the west. A. Y. Smith
Is the general manager of the Prince
compiny since the Knox interests as
sumed control two months ago, and It
has been tindgr his direction that the
property has been demonstrated to be
exactl"as represented by the formor
owners of control. i
This official assumption of the con
trol of thc Prince destines establishes j
thc consummation of a deal that has i
been pending for many months, and
It Is the universal opinion of stock
holders that the Prince Is to be con
ducted along lines of great produc
tion, for being a low-grade proposi
tion It necessarilv demands large
production and a multiplicity of small
Mine In Fine Shape.
.Messrs. Smith and Webber stated
after the meeting on Monday that the
mine has been shown beyond all ques
tion to hold icsources sufficient to
meet these conditions, and that it was
a huge manufacturing concern which
the new owners woul I handle to
bring about early and generous profits
The property at the present lime is
shipping an average of 350 tons of ore
dalh. and the cost of production is
being brought down steadily In such
a fashion that it should not be long
until the figures oarlv estimated in
this regard sre attained, which will
mark tho Prince Consolidated as one
of lowest cost producers of the weat
Murray C Godbe will continue as
secretary and treasurer of the com
pany rn . . !
The following real estate transfers
have been placed on record in the of
fice of thc county recorder:
George .1. Kelly and wife to Flor
onco Clark, a part of the northwest
quarter of section 23, township G
north, range 3 west of the Salt Lake
meridian. Consideration $250
Antonc Christensen to Henry f
Cottle a part of tho nortlneu quar
ter of section IS township 5 north,
range 2 west of the Salt Lake merid
ian. Consideration $100
Saved the Cat's Life.
A cat that was sunning II self on a
platform before a store in Barclay
street suddenly arose, stretched and
walked to the exact middle of the
street, where It lay down on the
wooden pavement, relates tho Now
York Tribune A truck came rapidly i
down the street, but the drier saw
tho sleeping animal and turned hia
team aside. The rat never so much
as wiggled an ear. The first vehicle
was followed by a second, tho driver
again avoldlpg a fatality. Several
wagons passed and the cat still re
mained unscathed. Then a man who
had been watching from the sidewalk,
picked a bannna peel out of tho gutter
and threw It at the cat, waking It up
and sending It scurrying to a nearby
doorstep. "A cat has only nine lives,"
the man oaid, "and eight wagons ha7e
barely miBsed running over iL 1
thought I had hotter save Its last life
before tho next truck passed."
Mrs. Holden Wooka, the suffragist,
cold to a reporter, at the end of ono
of her rnffraElst addresses: "There Is
too much brute tyranny In the world
today. A woman, one spring morning
p.t breakfast, murmured to her hua-band-
"Dear, tho summor la approach
ing. Have you forgotten that summer
trip to Brittany you promised to tako
me on that trip to picturesque Con
carneau, with Its innumerable bluo
sardine netH drying In tho Breton
sun?' The husband, looking up from
I hlB paper with a scowl, thunderod:
, 'Yes, I've forgotten It. Haven't you?'
. I Tho poor lady's eys fllled with tears.
I and she stammered' 'Yen, I I havo
forgotten, now that you remind me." "
i NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
State of Utah.. County of Weber, ss.
I have In my possession the follow
ing described cstray animals, which
If not claimed and taken away, will
bo sold to the highest cash bidder at
1S48 Washington avc.. In Ogden City.
Utah, on Thursday, tbo 29th day of
November, 1902, at the hour of 1
One light gray horse, left ear split,
shoes on, blanket on when came In,
about 10 years old, weight about 900
Said cstrays were taken up by me
In said city on the loth dav or No
FRANK A. NAISBITT,
Poundkpppor of Osden. Vth
Masonic Queen Esther Chapter
No. -1, O. B. S.( regular mectlngb hold
at Masonic hall i,u Washington ave
nue between Tweuty-fl'th and Twenty-sixth
streets, tho first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
membors cordially invited to attend.
Lily V. Halslead, W. M. Callie E
Unity Lodge, No. IS. F. &. A. M..
Masonic Temple, it&u Washington
aenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. ra. MemberB of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. H. L.
Herrington, W M. Felix T. Moore.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. nSl, meets every Wednesday
night at 7 30 o'clock, K of P hall.
Vlsting neighbors invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D.,
57-53 Lewis block. Elizabeth Best,
G. N., 2543 Lincoln avenue, phono
1903-J. Marie Crltes. Clerk. 2731
I Sego Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p m In I. O. O. F. hall
Vl3ltlng neighbors cordially invited,
Mary hj. Bllxt, G. N., -151 31st St. Kate
Heyuiaii. Clerk, Bell phone 1247-J.
OCi Fellows-Ogden Lodge, No. 5.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
meets in I. O. O F. ball every Tues
day evening Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to be present. L. H.
Candlar I. N G. Henry Klssell. Sec
retary. Queen City Kebekah Lodge, No. I,
I. O. O. F., "meets second and fourth
Friday uveuiugs at Odu Fellows hall.
Visiting members lmltcd. Anna
Kissel. N. G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Acne, No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wedncsdaj evening at Eagle hall.
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Engles are Invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thos. Leslie, W. Presi
dent. E. R Gelger. Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlelgh, Aerie Physician.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
of each month at S p. m. at the
Reese Howell hall. Visiting neigh
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs. Anna Rles-Finley, M. D., room
21 'Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 194$ Jackson. Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
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 Muller. Sec. and Trcas., 25S2
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
No 1, L. O. T. M.. meets every
tirst and third Thursday ovenlngs at
S o'clock, and every, second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
In Eagles' hall, 2141 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially inxlted to at
tend. Kathryn Eg? lesion. L. C. L
Jennie Prout, R. K
Modern Wndmen of America
Utah Camp, No. 9990 meets every first
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, at K. oi " l hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue Visit
ing members Invited A. G. Jones.
Consul. J. II Shafr. Clerk.
Order of Owlit--Ogden Nes No
1?18. Order of Owis, meets ovcrv
Friday evening In Engles' hall, oti
Hudson avenue at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls arc- Invited to attend
thc Nest meetings. W. H. Wright.
President T S Shaughnessy. Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth streot.
I Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Dlvlsio.i, No'. 12-1. O. R. C.
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2-30 p. m.. In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington aveuuo and 24th street.
AH brothers nro cordially Invited to
attend. C. H Pearson. C. C. D L.
Boylcs, S and T.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Weber Camp No. 74, meets In K. of
P hall In tho Utah National bank
buildlug every Thursday evening at S
, o'clock Visiting Woodmen cordially
j Invited to nttcnu. Fred E. WIlllamB,
C. C, B. Auth Clork. First National
Knights of Pythias- -Ogden ldgo
No. 2. Knights of Pythias, meets at
, Castle hall. Utah National bank build
ling, every Monday evening. AH K of
! P.'s requested to meet with us. Geo.
I3. Hart. C. O. W. O Kind. M. of 13.
I W. L Underwood. K. of R. & S
Brotherhood of American Yoemcn
Ogden Homcstoad. No ir.05. meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
hall. Visiting archers aro cordially
Invited to meet with us W. S.
O'Brion. Foreman. 2538 Gram mercy
avenue. J. A Junk, Correspondent,
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In this column cost
75c per line per mo nth, payable In
LAWYER O'CO.JNOLLY, (over Nye'J
Clothing Store.) 2111 Wash ave,
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTOR?
K VAN KAM PEN Phono 8S3 for up.
bolstering. mattreBs making, ro.
stretching of bod fprlngs
F. J. FREENOR, D. C: all acute and
chronic diseases. Rooms 13-14",
2111 Washington avc. Ofllcc hours.
9 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. 11-5-tf
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Young men, why do you not spend
your evenings In thc night school and
fit yourself for business? You can
do it. 11-6-lmo
The Ogden Flower Market, 1'2 W.
30lh. Choicest cut flowers in the
market. Carnations and chrysanthe
mums a specialty A trial order will
convince. Orders for Thanksgiving.
Phone 1S49-W. 11-11-lmo
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed, work guaranteed, ' T. Ga
jewBky, 375 23rd streeL
THE CRESTON Steam heated: hoi
and cold water, every room; new
and modern; 50c and up. Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk, phono up up; we
will call for it. Bell phone. 325-K;
Dr. Adna Davrdson, Dr Margaret M.
Burns, office 33G "5th SL Phone
997-J Res Phono 1G17-J Over
PAINTING, paperhanglng aad tinting.
Y den Hortog. phone 571 -R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physlciau and
Surgeon Office hours 1 1 to 4 p m.
New Peery Bldg.. Hudson Ave. Phnne
19C3-W Residence phone 2129-W GIG
W.isl ington avenue 6-ll-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
V S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grar., or phone 127. G-14-lmo
NEW process. look like new; no
beating, no vacuum, no fading, ta
ken or done on floor. Phoue 1SS1
W S14 24th. ll-15-lwk
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
272S Grant. Bell phone 201S-W.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
'loihing and shoe?, bought, sold or
exchanged: also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Sincr. Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Ts -nt -fifth St. 6-13-lyr.
STOVE " REPAIRS
RK J,l NOW ;ive your heating
stoves a thought then .Sumraerlll.
2304 Washington Ave.
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
E. A. UNDY, D. V. S. Phons 828.
Office and Hospital, 215C Washington
READ Til 1 S!
Vant advertisement coot one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
lino of five words per day. no Mrst
Insertion Ies3 than 25 cento, or two
or more lines per v.eck at the rate of
2." cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flve avr-age words make a line. All
advertisements on ths page mJst be
paid In advance. No exception to this
52.50 PER DAY paid one lady In each
town to distribute free circulars for
concentuiled liavurlng in tubes Per
manent position. K E. Barr Co., Chi
GIRL for housework 2G59 "Wash. Ave.
Call after G p. m. ll-18-lwk
WOWAN or experience to do general
housework. Good -ecs. Cali up
phono 5G and ask for Mrs. B. 11-18-tf
GIRL to help with houuework part of
each day. 2342 Madison. 11-14-lwk
CjIRL for cook nnd housework; fanulj
2, good wages. 2555 Eccles ave
WOMAN to cook in boarding house.
2G24 Lincoln. 11-M-lwk
A GIRL for general housework; no
children In the family. 245S Madi
GOOD girl for goneral housowork;
small family: good wages. 515
24tl St. 11-9-lwk
CHAMBERMAID at the Virginia.
BUSINESS woman, several years' ex
perience as bookkcepui and typist,
desires ultuatlou Excellent refer
ences. A. B,, care Standard office.
WIDOW wishes position as house
keeper lor widower small family.
3224 Lincoln Ave. 1 1 -1G-3L
DRESSMAKING Reasonable, prices
jiM-.T. 27R 22d nt. in-29-lmc
DELIVERY BOY. Write, giving age,
references and experience, P O.
Box, 651, city. 11-18-lwk
TAILOR at the Manhattan Clothes
Shop. 23G9 Wash. 11-13-tf
ACCORDION pleating done Rear 240
26th St U-lG-lwk
FIRST-CLASS drcssmaklns. 24S5
Jefferson avc. ll-l-tf
FOR RENT Furnished, .new. clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms t
wk. up 52G Cist sL 3-13-lyr
ROOMS, board If desired, In private
lamily. Address M. P., caro Stand
TWO housekeeping rooms, modern,
?15.00. No.' 222G Jofi'erson.
3 LIGHT housekeeping rqoras, 233S
Wall ave. 11-1S-U
2 ROOMS, furnished for housekeep
ing. 2330 Adams ave. 11-lS-lwk
MODERN housekeeping apt., bath,
gas range, disappearing beds;
cheap. 22GG Washington ave.
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 12G-W. 22nd SL 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2824 Washing
ton Avc. Phone 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
ROOMS, alpo h'ouEOKeoping. e&s,
lange. Bellman uiock, uu Wusn.
NICELY turnisheJ rooms. Phone 7us
FURNISHED aud untarnished Hats.
"2031 Grant. 9-2G-Grao
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unlurnlshed. at Orphcum Hotel.
Pnobo i-'7a. 9-6-tf
FUKMSxIED room; for housekeep
ing, prices to sun. utahna. 7-2'Jtf
FREE batn; prices moderate, must
be rented. 2-jGs WasDingiou Ave
BOARD AND ROOM.
PLEASANT looms and board. 2177
j BOARD AND KUOM.
GENTLEMAN wants board and room
with small family. Address Box
G17, Clty ll-14-lwk
FOUR and two-room houses. .Inquire
220 Lincoln. , 11-14-tI
7-ROOM, modern house 3G1 23rd St.
5-ROOM, modern brick; $2,500. O. A.
White, 2G2 25th St. 11-12-lwk
G-ROOM, modern, brick hotiBe. 579
21th St. Apply Horocks Bros.
UNFURNISHED apartments strictly
, up-to-date; heat and hot water.
22 1 Jeff. ave. 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT Unfurnished flats. Ap
ply 2G31 Grant ae. 10-12-tf
NEATLY furnished cottage. Inquire
Wilson Grocery, 150 2$th St.
4 ROOMS, strictly modern; good cel
lar: very warm. 879 21st SL Phone
SMALL four-room house cheap. 403
7th Phoue 1913-W. 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just cast of
the Standard ofiice Id for rent, ci
ther all or part Inquire at Stucdard
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate:
$100.00 up, real estato contracts and
mortgages bought and sold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
247b Washington Ave. Upstairs.
MONEY to loan on watches, diu
raouds. jewelry, f Ireavmi , etc..
Uncle Sam's Loan Offica. established
18S5 Tho Money Lcnderc of Ogden
275 25th St. C II Smith. Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It today Cheapest rates,
best and most private terms In Utan
D. D. Drake, over Paino & Hurst
MORTGAGE LOANS on lmprn-tfl
fatm or city property HUNTER &
KENNEDY. 302 First National Bldg.
MONEY to loan on real ostato secur
ity. J. J BrummitL 4-27-tf
ANYTHING for anybody. Tell no
bodv anything. Alvord & Anything,
ELECTRIC Santos $1 day or $3 with
operator, Phone SS. Electric Serv
ice Co.. 125 21th st 10-29-3wk
FROM the office of Dr. R. E, Worrell.
1 black seal cap, 1 light grey Irish
Molton overcoat, 1 plain 3-pIece
black suit: suit and overcoat pur
chased from S. H. Brown & Co. Re
ward for Information. Office, 240S
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS jH
G-YEAR-OLD bay mare, weighs l,t)0 j H
lbs. Apply 179 1-2 25th. 11-lS-lyk- M
WHITE Orpington chickens, cneap. . H
960 Arden. ll-J8-lwk j H
RHODE ISLAND Red cockerels. M
Phone 150G-J after 6 p. m. H
11-15-lwk ' M
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- M
lator -and 2-cd!or ribbon, $35. Gcod H
machines fur rent, $2 month Type- IH
writer Exchange, -125 24th lU-29-lmo . jH
'i YPEWUITERS Bargains for sale, :, H
rentals, supplies, repairs. Ogden i JM
Typewriter Exchange, 425 24th st, . M
PhonevSS. 10-21-lmo I M
FOP. SALE REAL ESTATE ; , H
NEW 4-room house, lot 10x127, 25- ;' H
foot alley in rear, collar, electric ; H
lights, 1 block from Wash. ae, car H
line, 1 block from school $500.00, M
balance on terms. Apply owner, 720 ' . H
East 7th sl 11-lS-lwk ll
NEW modern -S-G loom frame Monroe H
ave., at a sacrifice for quick sale. H
Call 21S0-J. i H
NEW brick bungalow; bargain, easy i H
terms. C. D. IVES, 3S0 25th st , IH
20 ACRES of good land 0 miles from ' , j
county court house; good water ; - H
right, lour room house, -70 young ap- " H
pie trees. Terms, 1-2 down, 7 per H
cent on balance. Tel. 23 N-2. I H
25 ACRE farm, 17 acres farm or beet ' H
land, good water right, 8 acre pas- t .' H
turo and yard. Terms half down, 7 f H
per cent on balance. ' Tel 23 N-2. H
10-lG-lmo j' M
5-ACRE chicken and fruit ranch C. Dl 1 H
IVES, 380 25th st. 11-G-lmo 1 M
PASTURING and feeding horses for
the winter. V. J. Hestmark, Kanes- H
ville. Phone 5-N-2. 10-25-tf H
! WILL TRADE a good Irrigated iarin f
In Uintah county with stock and ' tH
Improvements for a home in Ogden. ' jH
Address D. P. R., Standard, 10-28-ot' iH
PRIVATE home for confinements; llH
charges reasonable. ?177 Jeff. 1 H
11-12-lwk if H
FOR SALE OR TRADE I B
BUSINESS property on 21th st. near M
the postofflce, to exchange for farm '', H
or residence property. Phoue 1Q7S-W ,' H
FOUND v :H
GOLD locket1; parties can have same l
by calling at Lamode Millinery, Dyf?lH
identifying and paying for this add. ' 1 H
LOST OR STOLEN. '.
LOST New Cornell bicycle, No. G- AJ"H
G1G3. Reward for information or j.M
return of same. 370 23d. 11-15-lwk H
LOST f M
LOST Daisy shaped gold pin set wlthlj , H
a diamond. Return Beatrice Hamlll H
at Radeon's pharmacy. 11-lS-tfI H
WANTED IG3CELLANE0US 1 U
WASHING, rough dry or Ironed. 504jH H
30th. Phone 1G10-R. ll-lS-lwkH(H
DRIVING horse. Vlll keep well forPjljH
use during winter. Phone G07. SJll
CURTAINS and laundry. 3209 Wash'ijH
Phone 1G44-W. ll-7-lmo"n jH
COWS wanted. Phone 41-N2. ,i..l"H
ONE HUNDRED head of horses forKl"H
pasture. Smith ranch. North Ogden.7-; H
Phone 3-Z. I0-23-lmo? M
. 1 j. H
LAUNDRY work. curtains Phono I M
2305-W. 10-JS-ImtfMp 1
. !Tf H
'lllVilU UAKD - i'l H
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 191i N.liH
(Mountain Time.) .- -oiH
DENVER A RIO GRANDE RAILx'-lBH
ROAD COMPANY. ? -4IH
West Bound. AiTlvfc
No. 3 Pacltic Coast Mall. 4 12:10 a.rfl.. '; 1
So. 4U9 nntic Passenger.. II :35 a.W- r M
No. J Pajlilc Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m. 1
No. 5 Chicago-San Fran- f H
clsco Express 3 : 50 p.nV C-BH
East Bound. Dopartl J IH
No. 6 Sau Franclsco-Chl- vBB
cago Express ....7:15am. ! H
No. 410 TIntIc Passyuger.. 110 p.m. " 1
No. 2 Atlantic Coaat Ltd.. 3:50p.m. H
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 550 pm. v JH
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment; - IB
unsurpnsscd scenery. City Ticket Of' ', H
iice. Keed Hote' Bldg. . f '
F. KG UTS AcenL i fflH
Electric Way Between! Vjl
Ogden and Brigham H
crrECTlVE APRIL 1, 1912. . W H
Tram, leave Ogden and Brlgnaai-rj' . B
G:30 a. nn 3.0U p. m.. H
7:3U a. m 4:30 y. rH
9:00 a. m.. -W. G:0U p. W jH
l6:3u a. in 7: JL' p, nSjp. iH
12:'00 noon U.C p. nfflN -iJH
1:30 p. m ....11 10 p. irt NH
First train from Ogdou siar.o trorgft' i
O. U. T Depot. All others i-tait fr0EQr''H
Union Depot. wlB
In Ogden, trains stop only at S nt-jl
& Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depot and ''H
Five Points. tH
CANYON LINE K
Effective Nov. 6th, 1912.
Car will leave the Union Depot forv
tho Hermitage at 1:00, 220, 3 10 npO H
5:00 p. m. H
Cars will leave the Union Depot for 71
the Sanitarium at G:30. 7:30, S.30 and.jf H
9:30 m. JbilH
Last car will leave the IlermltagMKi fl
at 5:4A p. m. -'Iroll
Last car will leave the Sanlta-ljoggil JH
at 10:00 p. m. QHH
On Supdays extra cars to Herm3V