Newspaper Page Text
A .... If
5S;! THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19l 7" " '", "CT !-T """.'.. "r7". " ""' '" - 3 ' H
1 SALT LAME
VICTIM OF A
Salt Lake, Nov. 21. Is Carl Warr,
o,-ho terrorized the Los Angeles po
lice force Tuesday with an infernal
machine, more the victim of a se
vere blow on the head when he was
32 years of age. than he is vicious by
Instinct and training?
Is his another case of a hoy made
I criminal by pressure on the brain
jesulting from an injured skull, of
which so many instances Have been
demonstrated in recent years?
Warr's aged mother, Mrs. Margaret
Warr, living at G55 South Eighth
West street, believes so.
"Before God, I do not believe my
boy is responsible for what he does,
but I thank God that he was stopped
before he succeeded in exploding the
dynamite," said Mrs. Warr last night
"He has never been right since he
was kicked on the back of the head
by his stepfather when he was 12
Mrs Warr explained that Carl is
the son of John Riedelbauch, her
first husband, and was born 36 years
ago in Germany, where his father
died. The widow, becoming convert
ed to the Mormon faith, emigrated to
Utah 24 years ago, bringing with her
the seven living children of the ten
born by her to Riedclbauch.
Taught to Bo Honest.
"1 have taught my children hon
esty, and I have worked hard with
these hands to help them to bo hon
est," sobbed the aged mother. "I
learned shoemaking to help provide
for them They were all honest
j;nd I am proud of them, except Carl
and in his case 1 am heartbroken."
After arriving in Salt Lake Mrs.
Riedelbnuch married John Warr, the
husband whose name she and her
children have sinco been known by
She explained that it was found moro
fitting to life in an American com
munity than the longer German name,
and so tho children adopted It. Warr
has been dead for sevoral years. His
widow explained that her last bus
f band had been a morose man. given
ill lo fits of temper, In one of which
I she declared he kicked his stepson.
'II Carl, in the back of the head.
Wf mI did not see it, but the children
I j told me about it," said Mrs Warr.
I I "Often afterwards Carl used to com
1 plain that he felt as if his hea 1 was
"il so full of blood that It was about to
j Typerwiters and
Monarch mi j
Smith Fremlars j
I Call 'j
$ N. D, Miinn, Resident Sales- j
I man. I
? 22G6 Washington Ave. i
I Phone 1884
I MACHINES RENTED 1
I : Phono 321. 408 25th Stree.
I We have the largest van 'n fne
fl city. Quick service. Moving, ship.
i ' " plnu and handling pianos. Prompt
li freight deliveries. Furniture mov-
I Ing a specialty. Storage at reacon-
J able ratce.
j I CLARA BERGES '
i jjj IDEAL SITUATION 'i
EXPERT ATTENDANCE j
3 2106 Wash. Ave. Phone 253 ft)
i fl Medical Surgical and Obstet- R
jj a rlcal Cases TaJeii. U
j 322 Twenty-fifth St.
5J Special Dinner 25
5, 0 Lunch from '.1 a m. to 4 p m. jtt
III I Dinner from A to 8 p. m. ft
lip 3 Lcc and Foon. Managers g
I (5 I CARPENTERS. ATTENTION.
t A I All sizes.
Hi K The Big Cut Co-op Overalls. ;
SI N. 0. OGDEN CO. f
236 25th st'
.; h J'' ZL
; 1 The Bread with the Home-
flit Made Flavor. 4
I :' MOTHER'S CHOICE
Z : " Made by
-2 i DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING
I I j COMPANY J
f 225S Grant Avenuo 3
ii Palace Cafe
tw Special Dinner . . 25c
Lunch from 11 a, m. tj . p. m.
I Dinner from 4 p. m. to p. V.
J TOM HOY Mgr 284 ?5th St.
Phone 59. Under Utah National Bank
Cheap Home. Modern House.
An elegant four-room cottape a modern five-room home, with
itn pantry and closet, cltv water
and electric lights. Located on ' t0,,et' 8tat'nary wash fix
Thirtieth street, near the Pingree turesf large chandeliers; fine lawn,
school house and street car line. and trees. Located four blocks
IrwJ8 a,bnd "CW COttaSe 6V" south of lhe Unlon Dl'ot. f01'
rj thing in first-class condition. . .oonft , ,
only $1200. small payment down, only 5220- small payment down,
balance same as paying rent. ' balance at low rate of interest.
run out of his eyes, and he was nGV
or again quite right from then on.
Before he was hurt he was not a
had boy. I cannot believe his heart
Victim of Accidents.
Mrs. Warr says that her son had
the- fingers of his lelt hand blown off
by dynamite, which he found while
herding sheep near Schofield 15 years
ago. A year later ho accidentally shot
himself in the leU hip while herd
ing near Tooele. Five years ago. Mrs.
Vnrr says, she recehed a letter from
her son in Los Angeles, where he
was supposed to be working In a
garage, telling of meeting with an ac
cident In which he suffered a broken
shoulder She sent him a letter con
taining some money,' which she said
she was sure ne must need if he was
111. The letter and money camo back,
and she had not heard from or of him
until yesterday, when she read in
the papers the story of his attempt
to blow up police headquarters at
Carl Warr was arrested In Salt
Lake on a petty larceny charge on
April 30, 1U05, by Police Captain John
J. Roberts and Patrolman Nicholas
Gulbransen He was sentenced to
serve 100 days In the chain gang, but
escaped from his guards on May 1,
1G05, and has not been seen here
Salt Lake, Nov 21 Director A. II
Thicssen of the local weather bureau
returned yesterday from tho conven
tion of weather men in Atlanta, Ga.,
where means of co-operating more
with the agricultural interests of the
country were discussed. It Is probable
that a periodic crop bulletin containing
as complete weather Information as
Is obtainable for farmers will be pub
lished. It was recommended that a
division of agricultural meteorology be
established by the government.
Mr Thlessen said:
4 There has been a strong sentiment
for some time past regarding a closer
relation between the weather bureau
and the farming interests of this
country The convention at Atlanta
practically spent all of its time con
sidering this question and a resolu
tion was passed asking the chief of
the United States weather bureau.
Prof. Willis L Moore, to resume the
publishing of the weekly weather crop
bulletins. These bulletins are pub
lished at every section center, each
section representing a state
Bulletins From Salt Lake.
The center of the Utah Section Is
In Salt I alee City and It is expected
that th9 bulletin will be issue! from
tho Salt Lake City office every week
during the next growing season. The
object of the bulletin Is to review the
weather and to correlate it with the
existing crop conditions. There will
also bo included a percentage figure
which will give the probable average
t-ieM of everv important crop grown
"It is designed to have this bulletin
especially boncfit the farmer; the de
scriptive matter will dwell upon the
effect of the weather during the past
week upon the growing crops, and the
farmer and others Interested in agri
cultural matters reading not only the
Utah bulletins but the bulletins Issued
from other section centers may com
pare the crops In this state with the
advancement of those in others.
Will Engage Experts.
The percentage figure is a new de
parture and will probably be given
ever- other week. The reports upon
which tho percentage figures will" be
based will be carefully verified by
experts and will be especially Impor
tant, as the matter therein containeJ
will only be about two dajs old.
"Another important matter taken
I up was the advisability of establish
ing a new division of agricultural me
I tcorology in the weather bureau. The
; approval of thi mepsuro was so unl-
versnl that it is thought that much
I cood will accrue to the farmer through
the closer co-operation with them by
When nsked regarding the candidacy
of the chief of the weather bureau
Willis L. Moore, for the secretaryship
of the department of agriculture, Mr.
"Ycp. thp chief of the wenther bu
reau has held the present nositlon
since 1S91 and during that time ho
has freoueutlv acted as secretary of
.icrlctilturc and is intimately acciuaint-
cd with nil branches of that depart
ment. There Is no portfolio in the
gift of the president in which Ihe
farmer Is so deeply interested as tint
of fecretarv of agriculture, and It is
very important that tho next sccre-
i tnrv be one who Is familiar with the
I nroblems of not only the Individual
f.irmer but of those of tho cdur-atlonal
institutions working for the farmers'
uplifting. Mr. Moore is widely known
through the weather bureau, which
has grown to Its present state of effl
oicnev under his direction during tho
' last eighteen years.
, Especially Qualified. (
"The weather bureau Is noted for iM
roat interest in helnlng the agricul
turist by means of cold wave and front
warnincs and also bv climatological
data compiled expressly for the use of
tho-p interested in solving agricultural
I orobJmiH where the weather Is Involv
ed. Prof. Mooro will enrrv, in tho
event of his elcvatiou to the secro-
3 taryship. talents which will make hlni
an ideal secretary, promoting with a
fair hand all tho activities of the de
narlmont which are of benefit to the
PeP,e" , .u
.Mr. Moore Is In every sense of the
word a eelf-mado man, both In re
gard to executive and mental accom
plishments. He Is self-educated but
unlike manv flejf-educated men. his
studies have been so cxactlug and his
J scientific training eo broad that ho,
has been honored by doctorate de
grees from two universities, has writ
ten a text book on meteorology for
colleges and unhorsities and was call
ed by tho Royal Institute of London
lo deliver lectures before that body
upon meteorological subjects."
OF PUBLIC MARKET
Salt Lake, Nov. 21. A public mar
ket, where farmers of Salt Lake and
Davis counties may bring their pro
duco and dispose of it direct to local
consumers was proposed to the city
commission yesterday morning by a
delegation of farmers. They asked
that either the city establish the mar
ket under municipal control or else
give the farmers a right to establish
the market themselves under license
frJm the city.
It was pointed out that under pres
ent conditions tho farmers have no
adeqJate way of delivering their pro
duce direct to the consumer in Salt
Lake and that a fair saving to both
themselves and the consumers could
be effected by having a regular mar
Whether the city has legal right to
take action in the matter was raised
by the commissioners, who, nfter
hearing the farmers" petition, refer
red the matter to tho legal depart
ment for an opinion.
Members of the commission de
clared themselves in favor of the idea
and future developments along the
lines suggested by the farmers are
Sites for the proposed market were
discussed and It was suggested that
it mi?ht be established In the old
car barns of the Utah Light & Rail
way company on Second East street
between South Temple and First
South streets. It also was suggested
that a portion of the east sldo of
Ploneor park might be used success
fully without damage to the park.
BEES MAY BE RAISED
E. G Titus, entomologist of the
Utah Agricultural college experiment
station at Logan left for the Pacific
coast yesterday with the Intention of
having California raise the quaran
tine on Utah bees and change certain
regulations affecting the shipping of
Utah alfalfa to that state.
Some California authorities have
asserted that Utah bees carry the
alfalfa weevil. Mr. Titus says he is
prepared to disprove this.
Mr. Titus will try to have the fumi
gation reculatlons changed. The pres
ent rules make It very expensive to
shippers. Ho contends that cheaper,
although just as effective methods
could be employed to disinfect alfalfa
seed The seed Is fumigated before
it leaves Utah and again when it
reaches its destination.
Mr. Titus considers one fumigation
THREE FIRST PRIZES
FOR UTAH DAIRYMEN
Portland. Oregon. Nov. 21. Three
first nrlzes were won by Utah dairy
men for cattle at the Pacific Interna
tional Dairy Show here yesterday.
Awards to Utah dairymen were as
JorBeys of aged bull class, Oxford's
Victory, owned by Cannon brothers of
Salt Lake; second prize. Majesties'
Oxford, belonging to Riverside DaiJy
and Stock Farm of Salt Lake, third.
Two-year-old bull. Majesties' Gro
vtlle Lad, owned by Riverside Dairy,
Senior yearling bull. Conll6ses No
ble, owned bv Cannon brothers, first,
junior bull Marlon's Oxford Victory,
by Cannon brothers, third.
Senior Hereford calves, Stockwell's
Jewel B., owned by A. O. Smoot Jr.,
of Provo, first.
Junior Hereford calves, Victory's
Patricia of Parkhale, owned by Can
non brothers, third; Victory's Noblo
Marie, Cannon brothers, iifth.
Aged cows, Maurler Lass, owned by
Cannon brothers, second
Two-year-old cows, Plaza Farm
Sultana, owned by Smith brothers.
Salt Lake, fourth. Golden Florinna,
Cannon brothers, fifth
Senior yearling Herofords, Emlnont
Hope of Westover, owned by Cannon
brothers, second; Moua's. Victor, own
ed by M. M Hamilton, Salt Lake,
Juuior yearling Hcrefords. Noble's
Golden Lily, owned by Utah Agri
cultural college, fourth.
The A. U. C took fourth place In
the judging contest. The Utah cat
tle at tho show have attracted a great
deal of attention.
GARAGE AT BRIGHAM.
Brigham City, No. 21. Brlgham
City will soon have a modern automo
bile garage. Kuudson Bros, will erect
the building on their property south
of the Union block. It will be 100
feet deep, with a front on Main street
of 50 feet. A. E, Truelson, who is
now running a small repair shop, will
occupy Iho new building.
NOT VERY ILLUMINATING.
"Johnny, you shouldn't attempt to
read that book In the dark. You will
injure your sight."
1 "I can Eee to read this all right,
dad. It's liEht literature."
Order or Railway Conductors Wa
satch Division, No. 124t O. P. C.
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2:30 p. I"-, i" K of P Hall, corner
Wanhlngton avenue and 24ih street.
All brothers are cordially Invited to
attend. C. IL Pearson, C. C. D L.
Boyles, S and T.
Modern Wndmen of America
Utah Camp, No. 9990 meets every flret
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, at K. or P. hall. Twentv
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members invited. A. G. Jones,
iConBUl. J. H. Shafsr, Clerk.
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Advertisements in this column cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
LAWYER O'COiCNOLLY, (over Nye'a
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash avo.
K, VAN IvAM PEN Phone SS3 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed pprlngB
F. J. FREENOR. D. C ; all acute and
chronic diseases. Rooms 13-1-1,
2411 Washington avc. Office hours,
9 to 11:30 a m . 1 to 5 p. m U-5-tf
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Young men, why do you not spend
your evenings in tho night school and
fit yourself for business? You can
do it. 11-C-lmo
FURS cleaned and remodeled, skins
dressea; work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street.
SWITCHES, reduced price; comblngG
made In switches. Mrs C. E. Lee,
404 26th ' ll-20-lmo
THE CRESTON Steam heated: hot
and cold water, every room: new
and modern; 50c and up. Twenty
fifth street, opposite Cltv park.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phone up" up; we
will call for it Bell phone. 325-K;
PAINTING, paperhanglng aud tinting.
Y den Hortog, phone 571-R.
Maaoulc Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4. O. E. S.. regular mcctlngb held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets, the first and third
Frldajs of each month. Sojourning
members cordially invited to attend.
Lily V. Halstead, W. M, Callle E.
Unity Lodsc. No. 13, F. & A. M..
Masonic Temple. 2tou WashlnKton
aenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7 30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. H. L.
Herrlngton, W. M. Felix T. Moore.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 5S1, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Vistlng neighbors invited. Duos can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D.,
57-5S Lewis block. Elizabeth Best.
G. N . 2543 Lincoln avenue, phono
1903-J. Marie Crltes. Clerk. 2731
Sego Lily Circle No) 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p. m in I O. O. F. hall.
Vidtlng neighbors cordially Invited.
Mary U Blixt. G. N., 451 31ot St. Kate
Heyrnan. Clerk. Dell phone 1247-J.
0f 1 Fellows Ogdeu Lodge. No. 5,
Independent Order of Odd FellowB,
meets In I. O. O. F. hall every Tues
day evening. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to be prcsenL L H.
Candlat 1, N. G. Henry Klssell, Sec
retary. Queen City Rebekah Lodge. No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting in mbers invited. Anna
Kissel N. G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St.
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
No 1, L. O. T. M.. meets every
first and third Thursday evenings at
8 o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles' hall, 2441 Hudson ae Vis
iting members cordially imited to at
tend. Kathryn Egllcston. L. C. L.
Jennie Prout. IL IL
Brotherhood of American Yoemcn
Ogden Homestead, No. 1505, meets on
2 and 4 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
Na 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall. 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
Woodmen of 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. Vlrjltiug Woodmen cordially
Invited to attend. Fred E. Williams,
C. C, E, Auth. Clerk. First National
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie, No 118, F. O. E meets every
Wedneoday evening at Eagle hall.
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are Invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thos. Leslie, W. Presi
dent. E R. Gelgcr, Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlclgh. Aerie Thyslcian.
Royal Nels"ors of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
of eah month at 8 p. m. at the
Reese Howell hall. Visiting neigh
bors invjted. Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna Ries-Flnley, M. I)., room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer. Ora
cle, 1918 Jackson. Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at 8 p. m at
K. ot P. Hall. Visiting members cor
dlallv Invited. Andrew W. Nelson, I.
P. Wm. Muller, Sec. and Troas., 25S2
Ordor of Owls Ogden Nes No.
1218, Ordor of Owis, meets every
Friday evening in Eagles' hall, on
Hudson avenue at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls are Invited to attend
tho Ncs4 roeotings. W. H, Wright,
President. T. S. Shaughnossy. Sec
rotary, 231 Twenty-fifth strceL
Dr. Adna Davidson. Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, office 33C "5th St. Phone
997-J Res. Phono 1R17-J Over
"PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. in.
New Peery Bidg, Hudson Ave. Phone
19C-W. Residence phone 2l29rW, GIG
Wast ington avenue 6-11 -tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING'
W S DONALDSON & SONS 2432
Grar, or phone 127. C-14-lrno
NEW process. look like new: no
beating, no acuum, no fading; ta
ken or done on floor. Phone ISSl
W 814 24th. U-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 Slner. Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.ntv -fifth St. G-13-lyr.
RIC -I'i NOW jive your heating
stoves a thought then Suramorill,
12304 Washington Ave.
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
E. A. RUNDY, D, V. S. Phon 828.
I Office and Hospital. 215C Washington.
Stato of Utah, County of Weber, si!.
I have In ray possession the follow
ing described estray animals, which
if not claimed and taken away, will
bo sold to tho highest cash bidder at
1S48 Washington avo, in Ogden City.
LTtah. on Thursday, the 29th day of
November. 1902. at tho hour "of 1
One light gray horse, left ear split
shoos on, blanket on when came in.
abojt 10 years old. weight about 900
Said estraj'B were taken up by me
In said city on the 15th day of No
FRANK A NAISBITT.
Poundkeeper of Ogden, Utah
Want advertisements coct one cent
per word each ls3Uo, or 5 cents per
lino of five worde per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
2i" cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
flve avr-age words make a line. All
advertlsem-nts on this page must be
paid In advance. No exceotlon to this
$2.50 PER DAY paid one lady in each
town to distribute free circulars for
concentrated flavoring in tubes. Per
manent position. P. E Barr Co., Chi
GIRL for bouqework. 2659 Waoh. Ave
Call after G p. m. 11-lS-lwk
"WO WAN of experience to do general
housework. Good " .ges. Call up
phone 5G and ask for Mrs. B. 11-lS-tf
GIRL for cook .nd housework; family
2; good wages. 2555 Eccles ave.
WOMAN to cook in boarding house.
2G2I Lincoln ll-14-lwk
GOOD girl for general housework:
small family; good wageB. 515
24th St. 11-9-lwk
CHAMBERMAID at the Virinla.
WORK by the day or washing Ad
dress Mrs. Annio Winston, West
12th St. 11-20-lwk
BUSINESS woman, several years' ex
perience as bookkeeper and typist,
desires situation Excellent refer
ences. A B., care Standard office.
DRESSMAKING Reasonable, prices
I 1454-J. 278 22d st. 10-23-lmo
! HELP WANTED
MAN with small family for general
farm work, with teamr contract tor
tho year. Apply Geo. Thomas & Son.
Phone 27-Y. ll-20-lw
TOBACCO stripper at Wessior Cigar
WANTED Young man to learn pro
fession with view to future co-operation;
practical work at reasonable
compensation while learning. Ad
dress P. O. Box IS4. Ogden. Utah. i
11-2 1-1 wk
DELIVERY BOY. Write, giving age,
references and experionce, P. O.
Box, 651, city. ll-18-lwk
TAILOR at tho Manhattan Clothes
Shop. 2369 Wash. 11-13-tf
MALE 'stenographer seeks position;
several years' experience. Phone
,1498-W. ' H-21-lwk
ACCORDION pleating done. Rear 240
'-Gth St. U-lG-lwk
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking 24S5
Jefferson ave. H-4-tf:
FOR KENT Furnished, aew, clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms. i!2
wk. up 53G Clt st. 3-13-lyr
J25 IN ADVANCE will pay 3 mouths!
rent on 2-ruom furnished place.
1S2.1 Washington ave., after 5 ,p. ' m.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms; gas. bath;
also sleeping roomx 127 2'4lh st.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 2353 Mon
roe avc. ' lWl-Trno
ROOMS, board If desired, in private
family. Address M. P., care Stand
ard. ' 11-10-lwk
TWO housekeeping rooms, modern,
$15.00. No. 222U JenVr-OU.
3 LIGHT housekeeping rooms, 2338
Wall avc. 11-lS-tl
2 ROOMS, furnished for housekeep
ing. 2330 Adams ave. 11-lS-lwk
MODERN housekeeping apt.; bath,
gas range, disappearing beds;
cheap 226G Washington uve
FURNISHED rooms Tor light house
keeping. 12U-W. 22nd St 11-5-lino
FURNISHED rooms at 2S24 Washing
ton Ave. Phone 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED and unlurnlshcd Hats.
2G31 Gran:. 9-2G-Cmo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum Hotel.
Phone 127-S. 9-6-t
FURNISHED room? for housekeep
ing, prices to suit. Utahna. 7-29tf
FREE bath; prices moderate; must
be rented. 24G8 Washington Ave
BOARD AND ROOM.
PLEASANT rooms and board. 2177
BOARD AND ROOM.
GENTLEMAN wants board and room
with small :ami)y. Address Box
617, City. 11-14-lwk
5-ROOM modern house. Apply Dr.
7-ROOM house; no bath, large barn.
6GG 23d st. 11-21-lwk
5-ROOM modern brick, $25. O. A.
White. 3G2 '5th st. Il-l2-2wk
r'OUR and two-room houses. Inquire
2220 Lincoln. 11-14-tf
7-ROOM, modern house. 361 23rd St.
5-ROOM, modern brick; $2,500. O. A.
White, 3G2 25th St. ll-12rlwk
6-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th SL Apply Horocks Bros.
FOR RENT Unfurnished flats. Ap
ply 2G34 Grant ave. 10-12-tf
NEATLY furnished cottage. Inquire
Wilson Grocery, 150 2Sth St.
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just east of
the Standard office Is lor rent, ei
ther all or part inquire at Standanl
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate:
$100.00 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages "uoughi and sold.
JJICHSEL L'YESTMfc.NT CO.
2478 Washington Ave. Upstairs.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia.
rconds. jewelry, fireavmt, etc.,
Undo Sam's Loan Offlca, established
1K35 The Money Lender? of Ogden
275 25th SL C. II Scilth. Prop
CHATTEL loanb. salary loans You
can get It toduy Cheapest rates,
best and moat prlvutc terms in Utah
D. D Dr-'i.c. over Paine & Hurst.
MORTGAGE LOANS on lmprovtd j
faim or city property. HUNTER A
KENNEDY. 302 F1rt National Bldg. i
. . l
MONEY lo loan on ical estate secur
ity J. J Brumm:tt. 4-27-tf
ANYTHING for anybqdy. Tell no
body anvthing. Alvord & Anything,
! FROM tho office of Dr. R: E. Worrell.
I I black seal cap. I light grey Irish
Melton overcoat, I plain 3-pIece:
black suit, suit and overcoat pr-.
chased from S. H. Brown & Co. Re
ward for Information. Ofllce, 2108
Wash ave. j
LOST Black fur muff; gray linlug:
between RIverdale and Ogden.
Phone 700-W. 11-21 wk
LOST Dulsy shaped gold pin set with
a diamond. Return Beatrice Ilamil
at Badcon'a pharmacy. U-lS-tf
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS M
TEAM of black colts, broke to work, M
Au'ibleia', coiner 10th and Wii8iiiifc- H
ton avc, I'noue 237-1. ll-21-lwk H
G-YEAR-OLD bay maie, weighs l.-Ud H
lbs. Apply II'jJ-2 25ili. n-tS-lWtv H
GOOD cheap lumber, 214 27th St H
WHITE Orpington chickens, cheap. H
U Arden. 11-JS-lw'i; H
RHODE ISLAND- Hed cockerel. H
Phqno 15QG-J after o'pm. H
j ' ll-lo-lwl, H
REMINGTON' typewriter with tab:- H
! lalnr mm 2-cu!or tlb.jou, $p;. Good
j machlu'cs' rfar rent, $2 month. Tvpe-
hrltcr Exchange. 425 21th iO-29-lmu H
FOR SALE REAL E-STATE M
NEW -i-roqui hoiiso, lot 40x127, 25.- H
foot' alloy in rear, cellar, electric H
liglito. 1 block. from Wash. ave. oar H
line. 1 block from school, $500.00. H
balance on terms. Applv osvner, 720 H
East 7th at, v ' 11-lS-lwk M
NEW modern 4-fj loom frame. -Monroo
au.. at a sacriffce for quick sale. IH
Call 2 ISO-J. H
NEW brick hilnsalow; bargain, easy
terms, cr. D. IVES, 3S0 20th. si. 1H
' '11-G-lmo H
20 ACRES of good land G miles from H
county court house , good yator H
right, fot.r room house, 70 young ap- IH
pie trees. Terras. 1-2 down, 7 per H
cent on blj.ate. Tel. 23 N-2. jH
25 ACRE farm, 17 acres larm or beet H
land, good water right, $ acrod pas- H
ture and yard, Terms halt down, 7 H
per cent on balance Tel 23 N-2. H
5-ACRE chicken and fruit ranch. C, D. H
IVES, 3S0 2oth at. ' 11-C-lmo H
WANTED REAL ESTATE M
I HAVE aji inquiry for several good H
lots in various parts of tho city; M
prices must be reasonable. H. M. H
Monsou, uuder Utah Nat. bank.
PASTURING and feeding horses for iH
the winter V. J. Hestmark, Kanes-
vllle. Phone 5-N-2. 10-25-tf H
I WILL TRADE a good Irrigated farm HH
!n Uintah county with stock and H
improvements for a home in Ogdon.
Address D. P. R., Standard. 10-2S-5t H
PRIVATE home for confinements; H
chargasrcasonable. 2177 Jeff, 'H
FOR SALE OR TRADE JH
BUSINESS property on 24th st. near '
the postofffce, to exchange for farm - IH
or residence property. Phone 107S-W H
LOST OR STOLEN. H
LOST New Cornell bicycle. No. G-
6163. Reward for Information or H
return of same. 370 23d. 11-15-lwk H
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS H
WASHING, rough dry or ironed. 504 H
30th. Phone 1G10-R. 11-18-lwk M
DRIVING horse. Will keep well for M
use during winter. Phone 607. H
CURTAINS and laundry. 3209 Wash.
Phono '1G44-W. 11-7-lmo H
COWS wanted. Phone 41-N2. H
ONE HUNDRED head of hprscs for M
pasture. Smith ranch, North Ogden. H
Phone 3-Z. 10-23-lmo H
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phone H
2305-W. 10-lS-lmu M
TIME CARD il I
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. I H
(Mountain Time.) '! l
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- f,
ROAD COMPANY. J H
West Bound. Arrive. H
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall. .12: lq a.m. j RH
'o. 409 Tintlc Passenger ,.11:35 a.m. I' VM
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40 p.m. " H
No. 5 Chicago-San Fran- I H
Cisco Express 3. 50 p.m. J, H
East Bound. Depart. ' H
No. 6 San Francisco-Chl- H
cago Express 7:15 a.m. 1 H
No. 410 Tintlc Passenger.. 1.10p.m. I M
No. L' Atlantic Coat Ltd . 3:50 p.m. ' H
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall 5:50 p,ci. I H
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment, Mjj
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- 'JH
(ice. Reed Hotel Bdg. 'l'""
F. FOUTS. Asent. ' !
Electric Way Between ,i I
Ogden and Brigham :
..-rCTIVE APRIL 1, 1i. "
Tru-iUi leave Ugden auj Brigimm i H
0;S0 a. m 3.UU p. in. M
7.JU a. in 4:30 p. m M
D'UO a. m -..., li:UU i-, iu. i H
10:30 a. in v. 7:3i p. in. H
12. UO noun 9"J0 p. in. JH
1 30 p. in 11.10 p ui 11
Mibi train from Ogden maiu noia VM
O. U. T. Depot. All others clait u-i.ii, j H
Union Depot. H
Is Ogdeu, trains stop only at S L, j H
& uguen Depot, u. R. T, uepn. .:nii j H
mvo 1'Oiuts. H
Effective Nov. 6th, 1912.
Car will leave the Union iJcpot for I H
the Hermltugo at 1:00. 2.20, X:40 and j M
5:o0 p m. j I H
Cuts will leave the Union Depot for H
the Sanitatium at 0:30. 7;3U, K:2U an. I B
9:30 in. 11
Last car will lenvo the Heriultago j H
at 5:4" p. h- ''
Last car ylll' leavo thu .Sanitarium 'JM
at- 10;00 p. m. 1 H
On Sundays extra cars to Hermi- ' JH
tage at 10:20 and 11:40 a. m. . IH