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55SB : EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH,' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.' ' 3' fl
pi FOUR DAYS
a IN A CAVE
S0f Alcatraz Escapes, Lives
Wm in Slime Without Food
&gb or Water
j San Francisco, Nov 20. Thomas
rvSJ "aiicy and Michael MulUn, military
-; CJB ; prisoners, who sawed their wav out
0 fid ?f cells in tlle arm' Prison on Alca
12M i.raz lsland antl were supposed to
I 2S have escapp-i on a raft Saturday
night, wore found on the Island early
The men had burrowed a cave be-,
neath n pile of drift wood on the
narrow beach where they laid four
days, half covered with slime and
without a morsel of food or a drop
Franey In Dvlng Condition.
" Realizing that Franey was dying;
Mullin crawled forth last night to get
water. A sentry caught sight of him
and gave the alarm. Obeying Mul
Jin's weak voiced directions, , the
guards dug Franey from the cave.
His condition was desperate, and
MulUn also needed medical atten
tion The convicts came from Leaven
worth penitentiary with bad records
'! end were confined in the dungeon
Mlh5 ' here for reius,11S to work. Where
Trfi they secured the saw or file to cut
jyS U10 bars of their cells Saturday night
akjil is not known.
NEW SILVER LEDGE
OPENED AT COBALT
A development of what appea rs to
be d far reaching importance to Nl
jJBoing has jusht taken place on what
i6 known as the Seneca-Superior
property, situated at Cart Lake in the
southern portion of tbe Cobal camp.
Here at a depth of 200 feet below
the s.irface at a distance of 43S feet
from the shaft a rich silver ledge four
to flvo Inches in width, and from
1,600 ounces to 4.G00 ounces per ton,
has been, encountered.
Ling on cither side of Cart Lako,
Nipisslng has a large area with a
M4 certain part containing Lower Hu-
Si ronian formation, the most productive
H of the Cobal series Very little work
j I Typerwilers and 1
I j uppIiHS I
! j REMINBTONS, J
j Monarch mi j
; j Smith Premiers
I 5 N, D, Mima, "Resident Sales- 3
p I 2266 Washingrton Ave.
I Fhone 1884 j
I MACHINES RENTED
fl Phono 321. 40S 25th Stree'.
I; Wc have the largest van Jn t nz
fg', , city Quick service. Moving, ship.
Mi ping and handling pianos, prompt
K ; freight deliveries. Furniture mcv-
a: Ing a spccl-lty Storage at reason-
&t able rates.
II CLARA BERGES jj
9S', 8 Private Hospital u
S'l 1 t
"!) jj IDEAL SITUATION J
m fl EXPERT ATTENDANCE ?
M fc 2106 Wash. Ave. Phone 233
H llcdlcjl. Surrical J.nd Obstct- jf
W S rical Cases Tu'cen P
I: VIENNA GAFEf
! 322 Twenty-fifth St.
0 jj Special Dinner 25i
"1 ' I Lunch from 11 a m. to 4 p m-
1 I I Dinner from A to 8 p. m.
m j I Ltc and Foon, Managers jj
1 I S3 CARPENTERS, ATTENTION. $
' All sizes. ?j
P fhe Big Cut Co-op Overalls, jd
; N. O. OGDEN CO. $
H 236 25th St. Kj
I k The Bread with the Home- a
t Made Flavor. I
I 1 MOTHER'S CBOECE J
ft Made by
' 8 DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING j
B COMPANY 4
P 2253 Grant Avenue ji
t(rf... uiaaiihtfer7iw'-'rJj! '' ' MIJ
11 Palace Cafe
l I Special Dinner . . 25c
1 -, Lunch from 11 a. m. to , p. m.
Q I Dinner from 4 p. m. to f p. n
l TOM HOY Mgr 284 ?--th St.
HH f '
has heen done In this section of the
W-operty, and it is estimated thai
mere are upwards of 100 acres of
ground in this portion of the mine
practically unprospected. The new
vein strikes In a northwest and south
cast direction, and the indications
are that It will correlate with ono
of the Nipissing veinsc situated to
tuo west of the lake and also con
nue into the area southeast of CarL
Lake, where little or no work has
been dene. The new discovery, which
Is recorded as an important one adds
prospective value to this southern
portion of iho Xiplsslng property.
A report from Gohalt stales that
the first section of the new low
grade mill of the Niplssing property
has Just boon placed In commis
sion, which is several days ahead
of schedule time. It Is believed now
that within two weeks the entire
plant will he operating.
UTAH CON. NETS
$300,000 IN YEAR
Net earnings of Ulah Consolidat
ed during the first half of the cur
rent year were slightly better than
$300,000, available from the shipment
of 100, SOS tons of copper ore and
8,025 tons of lead ore, says the Bos
ton News bureau This was equiva
lent to approximately ?1 a share,
against $1.-1G earned during the pre
ceding 12 months.
At thd same rate of production, but
allowing -for the two months' shut
down, there will have been turned
out during the last half of the year
CC.000 tons of copper ore, but the
higher prices received for the met
al will offset to a very great extent
the smaller yield
Development work lias heen car
ried on throughout the year and the
net result will bo that on January
1 next there will have heen replaced
ton for ton tho ore extracted, so that
the reserves will still stand at about
240,000 tons of 2 1-1 per cent copper
The lead ore body, first worked
a year or more ago, has not devel
oped Into a big deposit, but it has
heen sufficiently large and of hl?h
enough grade to act as a "sweetener"
to the copper operations.
The cost of producing copper for
tho year 1012 should be slightly low
er than for 1911 after crediting pre
cious metals and lead values.
Shipments of ore to the Interna
tional Smelting & Refining company
plant at Tooe e have been resumed,
although not yet up to capacity of
GOO ons daily, as the company has
been unable to secure an adequate
number of men.
The cempanv will have disbursed
tp stockholders during 1912 $450,000.
This is the largest distribution since
1909, when $600,000 was distributed.
Two full months' earnings may he
eliminated from any calculations of
Utah Consolidated's possible profits
for the current fiscal year, as from
j September 9 to aboU November 9
operations were at a standstill owing
to the strike. Not only did the com
pany suffer the loss of earnings, but
there were some extraordinary ex
penses such as maintaining guards
I at the property with proper equip
' ment and the retention on the pay
roll of various m'nlug officials.
' OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
(Selling Prices )
Ogden. Utah. Nov. 20. Butter
Creamery, extra, In cartons, 3d;
creamery, firsts, 33; cooking, 30;
j Cheese Eastern, 21; Utah, IS;
i Y. A., 19.
Eggs Per case of 30 dozen, $S.00;
I Sugar Beet, $0.00; cane, $G.20,
Stock Market Heavy.
New York, Nov 20. The Bilkan
war situation and European political
conditions were considered as factors
in today's heavy and dull stock mar
ket. The opening was Irregular, with
one point gains iu Canaumn Pacific
and a few others of less speculative
l importance Oil stocks were conspic
uous fcr their activity and strength,
but the rest of the list was largely
reactionary, with moderate pressure
against such leaders as Reading, the
coalers, Amalgamated and some of
the usually dormant specialties. In
cluding Beet Sugar preferred, Cotton
Oil, Harvester and Republic Iron. Call
money was In light deman-J on terms
practically unchanged. Bonds were
Kansas City Ljvtstock.
' Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 20. Cattle
Receolpts, S.000. Including MO
southerns; market steady; native
steers, G.50 10-85; southern steers,
4.25(?7.25: southern cows and hell
ers 3.505.50; native cows and heif
ers, C;0(5)S.00; stockcrs and fecd-
I ere, 4.75(37 50; hulls. 4.000)5 75;
cahes. 3.5009 50. western steers, 5.00
' QS.50; western cows, 3.506.75. Hogs
1 Receipts. 4,000; market steady;
ilhulk of sales, 7 557.S5, heavy. 7.7i
'((1)7.55. packers and b itchers, .C0
7.S0, light. 7.107.70. pigs, b.4ot..
Sheep Receipts, 0,000; market was
steady muttons. 3.S505OO; lambs,
G.007 50; range wethers and year
lings, 4.00(36.00; ranee ewes, 3.00
South Omaha, Nov. 20. Cattle Re
ceipts 3,100; market steady; native
steers', C.7510.25: cows and heifers
?76(tf7.00; western steers, .-.50S .Jo.
Texas steers, I50C30. cows an-'
heifers. 3 50 C.5CT canners, 3.004.25
blockers and feeders, 4.i5i.C0.
calves. 5.0009.00; hulls "tags. etc.
125?G.00. Hogs Receipts. l0.-0n,
market steady to 5 higher heavy ,.,Q
7S5; mlxod, 7.707.So. light ..60
7S0- nl"s G.2o07.50; bulk of sale.
110(nl!st Sheep-Receipts. 12,000
market steady, feeders strong; fed
muttons. ..755.40: mothers. u.7j
4.50. ewes, 3.500)4.10; lambs. G.50
Chicago Nov. 20. Butter steady;
creameries. 2934; dairies, 2C031.
Ekes steady; receipts. 2,129 qaBes; at
mark, cases included, 2225; ordi
nary firsts, 24; firsts. 27. Cheese
weak, daisies. 1G l-4QU-2; twins 10
2-4 17; young Americas, 1G l-i(tf'
1-2; long horns. 10 1-401-2. Pota
toes firm; receipts. 45 cars; Michi
gan. 4253; Minnesota, 50o2; Wis
Chicago, Nov. 20. - Cattle Re
reints. 27,000; market steady to 10
fowcr! beeves. 5.2510.G0; Texas
-.teers 4.200 4 GO; western steers. o.4U
g9.10: stockcrs and feeders, 4.10
J. J. BRUMMrffl
Phone 59. Under Utah National Bank
Cheap Home. Modern House.
An elegant four-room cottage A modem five-room home, with
with pantry and closet, cltv water . . 4 ... , ,,
and electric lights. Located on bat"' toilct' statIou sh -
Thirtieth street, near the Pingrcc turcs Iaree chandelierB; fine lawn,
school house and street car line. and trees. Located four blocks
This is a brand now cottage, cv- south of the Uutan Depot, for
erj thing in first-class condition. lv onn amnii .,,, l1nwn
only 1200. small payment down. only $2200, SIUaU pamei,t (lown'
balance same as paying lent balance at low rate of interest.
7.25; cows and heifers, 2 7U7.35;
Hogs Receipts, 32,000; market was
steady, light, 7.iO7S5; mixed, 7.40
7D0; heavy, 7 07.92 1-2, rough,
7 107.G0; pigs, 5.007.30. bulk of
Sheep Receipts 45,000, market
steady to shade lower; native. 3.40
4.50; western, 3.704.50; yearlings,
4.755.90; native lambs, 5.507.95;
St. Louis. Nov. 20. Wool steady;
territory and western mediums, 21
25; fine mediums, 1S20; fine, 13
London, No 20. Both foreign and
Turkish elements In Constantinople,
while awaiting the publication there
of definite news regarding the prog
ress of the war. are chiefly concerned
In the large number of arrests of
politicians and writers belonging to
the party of Union and Progress.
According to a special dispatch
Trom the Turkish capital, the Otto
man government, through a local
press agency, has issued a statement
that only 40 arrests have been made
and that the sole reason for these
was the organization of a demonstra
tion by university students in front
of the government offices on October
Goernment officials, however, at
tribute the arrests to a ery differ
ent reason. They believe the were
due to tno nomination by the sultan,
at the behest of the Unionists, of
Mahmoud Shefket Pasha as Inspec
tor general or the army This action
was intended to cause the fall of the
BANKERS OF THE
Minneapolis, Nov. 20. Bankers of
the northwest todav are having their
innings at the second annual Minne
sota Conservation and Agricultural
Deelopmcnt congress, which opened
here yesterday in connection with the
Northwest Production exposition..
Among the speakers scheduled to
day at the conservation meeting are:
Arthur ' Reynolds. Howard Elliott,
president of the Northern Pacific and
Congressman Steenersou of Minne
sota. Today Is "Washington and Alaska
day" at tho exposition, and C. E.
Arney of Snokane and B. C Ware of
North Yakima are scheduled to make
STOVE FOR JUNK
Kansas City. Nov 20. John Jonos.
a negro trusty at No. 2 police station
in Kansas City, Kas., jesterday was
fined $200 in police court for stealing
the station stove, wheeling it to a
junk shop In the station wheelbarrow
and selling It for 59 ceuts. In addi
tion to the 200 davs, John was sen
tenced to wheel the stove back to the
station and set it in place again.
"I see that you cannot be trusted."
said the Judge in lnposing sentence,
and he cautioned the workhouse
euardp to ceo that John did not sell
his ball and chain.
AT A DISADANTAGE.
"What do you think of the high
cost of living?"
-It's just dreadful, my dear. You
can no longer tell the luxuries from
tho necessities by the price."
Consult Countv ClerK O' the Respe:-
tive Signers for Fu-ther
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tho Second District Court, in and
for Weber County, Utah.
In the matter of tho estate of Mark
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at 2429
Monroe avenue, in Ogden City, Ulah
on or before February 25th 1913. i
ALMA J. LINDSAY.
G II BACKMAN,
NOTICE OF ESTRAYS.
Stato of Utah. County of Weber, ss.
1 have In my possession tho follow
ing described estray animals,! which
if not claimed and taken away, will
be sold to the highest cash bidder at
1S4S Washington ave., in Ogden City.
Utah, on Thursday, the 29lh day of
November, 1902, at the hour of 1
Ono light gray horse, left oar split,
shoes on, blanket on when caine in,
about 10 years old, weight about 900
Said estrays were taken up by mo
In said city on tho 15th day of No
FRANK A. NAISBITT.
Poundkecper of Osden, Utah.
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver bhc
No. 1. L. O- T. M,, meets every
tirst and third Thursday evenings at
8 o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles ball. 2441 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially Imltcd to at
tend. Kathryn Egsleston, L C L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Maconlc Queen Esther Chapter
No 4, O E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue between Twcuty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets, the first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
members cordially invited to attend.
Lily V. Halstead, W. M. Callic E
Unity Lodge, No. IS, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple, fctou Washington
aenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning biethren
cordially invited to attend. H. L.
Herrlngton, W. M. Felix T. Moore.
I Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 5S1, meets every Wednesday
I night at 7 30 o'clock. K. of P. hall.
Viisting neighbors Invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge. M- D.,
57-53 Lewis block. Elizabeth Best,
G .V, 2543 Lincoln aenue. phone
1 1903-J. Marie Crltes. Clerk. 2731
. ".onroo aenue.
i Scgo Lily Circle No; 171 meets ev
iery second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p. m.. In I. O. O. F. hall
j Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
I Mary L, Bllxt. G N.. 45x 3lst St. Kate
, Heymau, Clerk, Bell phou0 1247-J.
Od I Fcllovs Ogden Lodge, No. 5,
1 Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
meets in I. O. O. F. hall every Tues
day evening. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to ho present. L. PL
Candlar I. N. G. Henry Kissell. Sec
retary. Queen City Rebekah Lodge, No. 4,
I. O. O P., "meeis second and fourth
Friday evenings at .Odu Fellows hall.
Visiting members invited Anna
Klsbcl N. G. Emma Meid, Recoidinj;
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St
j Brotherhood of American Yoemen
Ogden Homestead, No 1505, meets on
2 and ! Tuesday evening at K P.
hall. Visiting Archers are cordially
invited to meet with us. W. S.
O'Brien. Foreman. 2538 Grammercy
avenue. J. A. Junk, Correspondent,
Knights of Pythias Ogden Lodge
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, Utah National bank bulld
inc, eery Mondiy evening. All K. of
P "s requested to meet with Us. Geo.
JJ. Hart. C C. W. G. Kind, M. of E.
W L Underwood. K. of R. & S
Woodmen of the World Weber
Weber Camp No. 74, meets in K. of
(P. hall In the Utah National bank
building every Thursday evening at S
o'clock Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend. Fred E. Williams,
C. C . E. Anth. Clerk, First National
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie, No. US. F O E., meets every
1 Wednesday evening at Eagle hall
I Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are Invited to attend
the aeile meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. ni. Thos. Leslie, W. Presi
dent. E. R. Gelger, Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardloigh. Aerie Physician.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
of each month at S p. m. at the
Reeso Howell hall. Visiting neigh
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs. Anna Rics-Finley, M. D., room
21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 194S Jackson I illian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
Royal Highlanders Meet ecry
first and third Fridays at S p m., ai
K. of P Hnll. Visiting members cor
dially Invited. Andrew W. Nelson, 1.
P. Wm Muller. See and Treas . 25S2
Washington Ave. o
Order of Owls Ogden Ncs No.
121S. Ordei of Owis. meets c very
Friday eening in Eagles' hall, on
Hudson avenue at S o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls aio Invited to attend
tho Nest meetings. W. H. Wright.
President T. S Shaughnessy. Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Divislo-.i, No. 124. O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p m., in K. of P Hall, corner
Washington axenuc and 24th street.
All brothers aro cordially invited to
attend C H. Pearson. C C. D L.
Boyles. S and T.
Modern Wc dmen of America
Utah Camp, No. 9990 meets every firot
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, at K o P. hall, Twonty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members invited. A. G. Jones,
Consul. J. H. Shaf-ir. Clerk.
Ogden Fusiness" Directory
Advertisements in this column cost
75c per line per month, payablo In
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye's
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAM PEN Phone SS3 for up
holsterlug. mattress making, re
stretching of bed eprlngs
F. J. FREENOR. D. C, all acuto and
chronic diseases Rooms 13-14.
2411 Washington ave OfTlcc hours.
9 io 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 the night school and
fit yourself for business? You can
do It. 11-6-lmo
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTOR'S
The Ogden Flower Market, 1C2 W.
30th. 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-lino
FURS cleaned and remodeled, skins
dressed; work guaranteed, T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street.
SWITCHES, reduced price: combings
mado in switches Mrs. C. E. Lee,
404 26th. 11-20-lmo
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 Davidson, Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, office 33C c5th St. Phone
997-J. Res. Phone 1617-J. Over
PAINTING paperhanglng aud tinting.
Y den Hortog, 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
19CT-W Residence phone 2129-W. G4C
Wasl Ington avenue. 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
V S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grar, or phone 127. G-14-lrao
NEW process, look like new, no
beating, no vacuum, no fading; ta
ken or done on floor. Phone 1S81
W. S14 24th. 11-15-lwk
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
272S Grant Bell phone 201S-W.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
"lothlng and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Siner, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.ntv -fifth St. G-13-lyr.
RIC -'i NOW jhe your heating
stoves a thought then Summerill.
2304 Washington Ave.
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phons 828.
Office 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
2T cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flve avrage words make a line. All
advcrtlsem-nts on this page must be
paid In advance. No exception to this
$2.50 PER DAY paid one lady in each
town to distribute free circulars for
concentrated tlavorlng in tubes Per
manent position F E. Barr Co., Chi
cago. 1 1-19-It
GIRL for housework 2659 Wash. Ave.
Call after G p. m. 11-lS-lwk
WOWAN of experience to do general
housework Good ' ges. Call up
phono 5C and ask for Mrs. B. 11 -lS-tf
GIRL to help with housework part of
each day. 2342 Madison. 11-M-lwk
GIRL for cook n.nd housework; family
2; good wages, 2555 Ecoles ave
WOMAN to cook in boarding house.
2C21 Lincoln. 11-14-lwk
GOOD girl for general housework;
small family; good wages. 515
24tt St. " ll-9-lwk
CHAMBERMAID at the Virginia.
BUSINESS woman, several years' ex
perience as bookkeeper and typist,
desires situation. Excellent refer
ences. A." B., care Standard, office.
DRESSMAKING Reasonable, prices
1454-J. 278 22d st. 10-25-lino
ALL CLEAR MONEY You pay no
board, no rent, no doctor bills in the
Naw. Navv pay is nearly all clear
money. The average pay of Navy en
listed men Is $35 monthly. Thou
sands of men who have been In tho
Navy only a few years are drawing
555 to $100 monthly. No layoffs Free
medical care K ill and no docking
Wages begin at $17.G0 per month,
with free outfit of clothing worth $G0.
Steady promotion for competent men
un to $2400 per year. 3Ien of 50 trades
wanted Apply at Navy Recruiting
Station. Islo Thcatro Bldg., 2510
Washington Avo., Tuesday and Fri
day evenings. Open daily except
' HELP WANTED'
(Continued ) i
ELEVATOR boy at tho Rood hotel.
DELIVERY BOY; Write, giving ago,
references and experionce. P. O.
Box, G51, city. 11-lS-lwk
TAILOR at tho Manhattan Clothes
.Shop. 23G9 Wash, 11-13-tf
MAN with small family for general
farm work, with team; 'coiitt act lor
the year. Apply Geo. Thomas & Son
Phone 27-Y. 11-20-lwk
MALE STENOGRAPHER scck3 po
sition, several years' cxierlence
Telephone 49S-W. . Jl-20-lwk
ACCORDION pleating done. Rear 240
26th SI. U-lG-lwk
FIRST-CLASS 'dressmaking. 24S5
Jefferson ave. 11-4-tf
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms. 62
wk. up 536 31at sL 3-13-lyr
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 2353 Mon
roe nve. 11-12-lmo
ROOMS, board ,lf de3lred, in private
family Address M. P., care Stand
TWO housekeeping rooms, modern,
$15.00. No. 222G Jefferson.
3 LIGHT housekeeping rooms, 233S
Wall ave. 11-lS-tI
2 ROOMS, furnished for housekeep
ing 2330 Adams ave. 11-lS-lwk
MODERN housekeeping apt.; bath,
gas range, disappearing beds;
cheap. 226G Washington ave.
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 12G-W. 22pd St, 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2824 Washing
ton Ave, Phone 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED and unfurnished tlatfl.
2031 Grant. 9-28-Gmo ,
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum Hotel.
Pboue lf7. 9-6-U
FURNISHED looms for housekeep
ing, prices to suit Utahna. 7-2'Jtf
e'KEE bat a; prices moderate; must
Ue rmieu :MU6 Wasningtou Ave
BOARD AND ROOM.
PLEASANT rooms and board. 2177
BOARD ND rtOOM.
JENTLEMAN wants boaTd and room
with small ramlly. Address Box
G17, City. 11-14-lwk
FOUR and two-room houses. Inquire
2220 Lincoln ll-14-tf
7-ROOM, modern house. 3G1 23rd SL
5-ROOM, modern brick; $2,500. O. A.
White, 3G2 25th SL 11-12-lwk
G-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th St. Apply Horocks Bros.
UNFURNISHED apartments strictly
up-to-date; heat and hot water.
224S Jeff. ave. 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT Unfurnished flats. Ap
ply 2G34 Grant ave, 10-12-tf
NEATLY furnished cottage. Inquire
Wilson Groccn. 150 ySth St
SMALL four-room house cheap 403
Tlh Phone 1913-W. 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just east of
the Standard office is foi rent, ei
ther all or pari Inquiro at Standard
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY 'IO LOAN on Real Estate:
$100.00 up, real estatn contracts and
mortgages bought and cold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
247S Washington Avo. Upstairs.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, jewelry, f Irearmi , etc..
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established
UiSG. Tho Monoy Londors of Ogden
27S 25th St- C. H. Smith. Prop
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get it today. Cheapest rates,
best and mo9t private terras In Utah
D D. Drak?, over Palno & Hurst.
MORTGAGE LOANS on improved
farm or city property. HUNTER A
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg.
MONEY to loan on real estato secur
ity J J Brummltt, i-27-tf
ANYTHING for anybody, Tell no
body anything. Ahord & Anything.
FROM the office of Dr. R. E. Worrell,
1 black seal cap, 1 light grey Irish
Melton overcoat, 1 plain 3-pieco
black suit; suit and overcoat pur
chased from S. H.' Brown &. Co. Re
ward for information. Office, 240S
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS H
G-YEAR-OLD h;iy maie, weighs 1,100 H
Ibf. Apply 179 J-2 2." ih. U-lS-lw: H
GOOD chcaj; lumber. 241 27th St H
WHITE Orpington chickons, cheap.
9Gu A;den. 11-lS-luk H
RHODE ISLAND Red coqkerels.
Phoue 15GG-J after G p. IH
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu-
Jatpi- ami 2-coor rlbuon, $35. Good H
rr.achiuos lor ;cnl, $2 month Tpc-
v.rltcr Exchange, 425 -'ilh 10-2U-lmo IH
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
NEW I-rooni house, lot 10x127, 25- H
foot alley in rear, cellar, electric lH
lights, 1 block from Wash. ave. car H
line. 1 block from school; $500.00, H
balance on terms, Appfy owner, 720 H
East 7th St. ' 11-lS-lwk H
NEW modern 4-G room frame. Monroe H
ave.. at a cacrifice for quick sale. H
NEW brick bungalow; bargain; easy H
terms. G. D. IVES, 3S0 25th st. IH
20 ACRES of good laud G miles from
county court -house; good water IH
right, four room house, 70 young ap- JH
pie trees. Terms, 1-2 down, 7 per IH
cent on balance. Tel. 23 N-2. H
25 ACRE farm' 17 acres farm or beet fH
land, good water right, S acres pas- j
turo and yard. Terms half down, jH
per cent on balance. Tel 23 N-2. H
5-ACRE chicken and fruit ranch. C. D. H
IVES, 380 25th st. 11-G-lmo H
PASTURING and feeding horses for jH
the winter. V. J. Hestmark, Kanes- H
villo. Phono 5-N-2. 10-25-tf H
I WILL TRADE a good irrigated farm
In Uintah county with stock and H
lmproements for a homo in Ogden.
Address D. P. R., Standard. 10-2S-Gt JH
PRIVATE home for confinements; H
charges reasonable. 2177 Jeff. H
FOR SALE OR TRADE M
BUSINESS property on 24th st. near
the postoffice, to exchange for farm IH
or residence property. Phone 107S-W. IH
LOST OR STOLEN. M
LOST New Cornell bicycle, No. G- H
6163. Reward for information or iB
retuin of same. 370 23d. 11-15-lwk 1
. LOST i
LOST Daisy shaped gold pin set with ll
a diamond Return Beatrice Hamil ' IH
at Badcon's pharmacy. 11-lS-tf H
- - v H
A "BICYCLE. Owner may have same H
bv paying for advertisement. Apply
327 23th St. 11-20-lt M
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS H
WASHING, rough dry or Ironed. 504 H
30th. Phone 1G10-R. 11-lS-lwk H
DRIVING horse. Will keep well for H
use during winter. Phone G07. H
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 H
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phono H
2305-W 10-lS-lmo H
lima uaKL) ; H
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1. 1912. H
(Mountain Time.) ' H
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- i H
ROAD COMPANY. H
West Bound. Arrive. , H
No. 3 Pacltlc Coast Mall.. 12: 10 a.m. I H
No. 409 1'iutlc Passenger. .11:35 a.m. , H
No 1 Pacltlc Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m. '' H
No. 5 Caicago-San Fran-
ciuco Express 3:50p.m. j H
East Bound. Depart.
No. 6 San Francisco-ChU '
cago Express 7:15 a.m. I HH
No. 410 Tlntlc Passenger.. 1:10p.m. '! IH
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3:50 p,m. ' H
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:50 p.m. . jH
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. jf
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- 'fH
ticc. Rccd Hotel Bldg i',1
F. FOUTS. Agent. '
Electric Way Between !, H
Ogden and Brigham f H
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. ', M
Trains leave Ogden and Brignam ' H
G:30 a, m 3.00 p. m. M
7 30 ai m 4:30 p. m. M
9:00 a. m 6:0U p. ui ' B
10:30 a. m 7:30 p, m. H
12. 0U noon 9:00 p. m. 1 IH
1:30 p. m 11:10 p. m. JH
First train from Ogdea stari3 irom H
O. R. T. Depot. All others start from IH
Union Depot. I H
In Ogden, trains stop only at S L. j IH
,t Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depot and jH
Fivo Points. H
CANYONINE " S
Effective Nov. 6th, 1912.
Car will leave tho Union jJepot for H
tho Hermitage at 1.00. 2:20, 3 10 and M
5: 00 p. m. j H
Cars will leave the Union Depot for M
the Sanitarium at 0:30, 7;30. S:30 anvl H
9:30 rn H
Last car will leave the Hormltago jH
at 5:4n p. m. H
Last car will leave the Sanitarium H
al 10:00 p, ni- ',1
On Sundays extra oars to HennI- H
tago at 1020 and 11:40 s. m. jH