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, TKE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912. " 3 lH
I (Continued From Page Two.)
THREE MORE BIG
I GAMES IN EAST
III' . Philadelphia, Nov. 25. Thrco more
111 important games remain on the foot-
II t ball schedule in the cast, the season
111 closing with the Army-Navy game
Ifj bere next Snturda3
ILL On Thanksgiving day Pennsylvania
lit is expected to add another victory to
llf , Its large series of triumphs over Cor-
It . The Indian-Brown game is rcgard
lf r ed a3 a doubtful proposition, owing
IK ; to the poor defense shown by Car
, , Hslo in Its last few contests.
llH The Army-Navy game at Franklin
R field ,will be the same blue ribbon
llv event as in previous years. The ca
ll dets have been beaten bv Yalo and
)i' Carlisle, and the Sailors "by Lehigh,
Mil Swarthmore and Bucknoll. "West
111 Point's team 1b considered a better
III balanced eleven than the Annapolis
ILJ team, and the Soldiers are tho favor
Ill : Ues here.
l YALE RECEIPTS;
fl SEASON $80,000
if r .
, IK New Haven, Conn., Nov. 25. Tale
J JK will have most of the team back and
i! ' eligible most of next year. By grad-
1 l uation Yale will lose Bomclster, end,
l Philbin and Spalding, half backs;
J j Sheldon, substitute end, and Baker,
J substitute half back.
jj If, The attendance at Saturday's game
if was the largest ever at Yale field.
I II Tho receipts for tho season will reach
j I about $80,000, divided as follows:
If Thirty-five thousand dollars from
If ; the Harvard game, $28,000 from the
I ' Princeton game,- $10,000 from the
j Brown contest and about ?S,000 from
I ; the others.
! Head Coach Howe w ill not be with
' the team next year, as he is going to
j New York to go into religious work.
I It Is generally believed here that tho
I Yalo coaching system is due for rad-
I ' leal changes. There has been a strong
I sentiment for some time in favor of
I ' Harvard's system, whore Percy
II Haughton bas been in charge year
I II niter year. If tho movement is put
I II through here there will bo no great
I W trouble in finding a suitable man. The
j, L name of Howard Jones te the one
ii I most frequently mentioned. '
II BEST ASSET IS A
i GOOD MANAGER
W, "Why Is It" nsks a baseball fan,
All "that comparatively few of the clubs
'hf In the big leagues figure in the pen
m nant fights each year? I mean that
d the fight is always waged by about
. four clubs, the same teams each sea
QJ This fan says that every club haB
m f a chance to got good players, and
II usually gather good, young material,
Ibut it is always the same; tbey fin
' Ish far back in the race
This query is best answered by go
ing into the history of the New York
club since John T. Brush assumed
control or since Barney Dreyfuss se
cured the franchise in Pittsburg.
The most Important asset to a club
Is a good manager, but this asset is
wiped out the moment tho club owner
; wanders away from his business du
ties and "butts in" on tho playing end
of the Investment
523 The success of tho Giants is due to
SS tho ability of McGraw as a leader,
S his executive powers and a faculty
2-1 that few baseball leaders possess, that
5Sj 0f imparting the fine points of the
I game and the fighting spirit to the
men under him.
Tho Bame reasons are offered for
the success of the Pittsburg Plratos.
under the leadership of Fred Clarke,
during the past 12 years, and the
same is accountable for the highest
j j I Slade's
II Phono 321. 403 25th Street
i We have the largest van 'n (he
i city. Quick service. Moving, ship-
ping and handling pianos. Prompt
I i freight deliveries. Furniture mov-
i Ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
V I able rates.
S CLARA BERGES I
lH I Private Hospital I
2j I 1 IDEAL SITUATION 1
J8 t f EXPERT ATTENDANCE I
&t; fl I 2106 Wash. Ave. Phone 253 I
J l I 1
-JS 11 f Medical, Surgical and Obstot- 0
TtJj j, rical Cases Taken.
-3 6 I , J
1 1 Imum oafe
Nl 1 322 Twenty-fifth St.
f I Special Dinner 25
I Lunoh from 11 a. m. to 4 p.m.
I Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m.
t 1 Leo and Foon, Managers
"l ' I The Bread with the Home- I
J 1 Made Flavor. Pj
'" ."? ' J 1 MOTHER'S CHOICE 1
f ' j it Made by 1
1' I 1 1 DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING 1
i J 1 COMPANY I
V$ ' i 2258 Grant Avenuo P
feil Palace Cafe
tf 1 Special Dinner . . 25c
,J& Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 P- ".
3J i Dinner from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m.
SS I1 TOM HOY, Mgr. 284 PJJth St
S I j
J. J. BRUMMITT I
Phone 59. Under Utah National Bank
Cheap Home. Modern House.
An elegant four-room cottage a modern five-room home, with
with pantry and clOBct, clt3' water
and olectrlc lights. Located on batL' toIlot- stationary wash fix-
Thlrtioth street, near the Pingreo turcs, large chandeliers; fine lawn,
school house and street car Hue. and irees. Located four blocks
Thls la a brand new cottage, ev- H0Uth of the Unlon Depot for
orythlng in first-class condition, m1 onft . .
only $1200, small payment down! y $2200, ama11 Pa'mont down
balance same as paying renL balance at low rate of interest.
honors attained by the Chicago Cuba
until two seasons ago, whon Charley
Murphy, the heaviest load the Nation
al league over had to carry, began to
Interfere with Frank Chance.
And does anybody suppose that tho
Athletics could havo reached the top
two years In succession If Connie
Mack had been hamperod in the man
agement of tho team?
The moment that a club owner gets
the Idea that ho knows how to man
age a ball team, that club starts on
tho down grade and It does not stop
sliding until it hits the bumper.
We could name at least threo clubs
that started out each season with a
lineup of players strong enough to be
fighting near the top from the start
These clubB havo capable managers,
men who know how to handle tho
players to the best ndvantage. But
theso leaders could not carry out their
Every club owner should follow the
policy of John T. Brush and Barney
Dreyfuss or Bon Shlbe of tho Ath
letics These men have picked good
managers and told them to go ahoad
and win games. None of these gen
tlemen ever rush up to a manager
before a game and tell him what ho
ought to do. They don't tako it upon
themselves to fine a ball player with
out consulting a manager.
And when the manager comes to
them and explains that changes must
be made or that a player or two is
necessary he Is told to go out and
get what he needs and that they will
foot the bills. And that Is tho only
way to conduct a baseball club and
WANT BENDER AND
OLDRING ON SOUAD
Connie Mack manager of the Ath
letics, will consent to a proposi
tion offered bv Manager Callahan of
the White Sox. Outfielder Oldring
and Pitcher Bender will be members
of the local squad next year.
In Milwaukee, Callahan and Mack
were in conference, nnd a message
was received by President Comiskey
from his leader that prospects were
bright for getting the two stars.
It is reported that Callahan not only
has offered several of his stars, but
cash too, In his attempt to get tho
outfielder and pitcher.
Just before the close of the past
American league race Oldring and
Bender were suspended and fined by
Mack for breaking training rules. At
that lime Mack announced that he
was through with the two and that
he would trade them to any club
giving suitable inducements.
However, Mack did not keep his
word, and both players were rein
stated before the season closed. Just
what the Sox could offer for Old
ring and Bender was not given out.
hut If Mack wants to annex Ed Val6h
as Dart of the price tho deal is sure
to fall through
OGDEN WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
Ogden, Utah. Nov. 23. Butter
Creamery, extra, In cartons, 30;
creamery, firsts, 33; cooking, 30;
Checso Eastern. 21; Utah, 18,
Y A 19.
Eggs Per case of 30 dozen, $S.00;
Sugar Beet, $6.00; cane, C 20.
Wheat Prices Higher.
Chicago, Nov. 25 Although wheat
hero responded to higher cablcB today,
all commission house appeared to
havo orders to sell on the bulge. The
fact that war rumors were conflicting
tended to bring about a reaction. So
also did fine weather for the Argen
tine harvest. Opening prices were
l-Sl-4 to 5-S3-4 higher. Ma,
started at 91 to 91 1-2. the same
change as the market taken altogeth
I er, Sit fell back to 90 7-8. Corn
i strengthened with wheat. May btart
, ed at 1-4 to 3-8 up at 48 1-4 to 48 1-2.
touched 48 3-SSl-2 and then rose to
IS 3-47-S. Lightness of offerings
caused oats to advance May, which
started unchanged to a sixteenth high
er at 32 3-8 to 32 3-801-2, climbed
to 3 l-25-8. An upturn In hogs
carried provisions along. First sales
varied from a shade lower to 10c ; gain
I with May at 18.57 1-2 to 1S.G0 for
I pork, 10.22 1-2 to 10.25 for lard and
9.95 for ribs.
South Omaha. Nov. 25. Cattle Ro
celDts, MOO; market strong to 10
hlKkor- native stoere C.75 10.00; cows
and heifers, 3.750.C0, wcBtori. i Bteers.
r. orc 25: Texas stccra, 4.50QG.JU,
cow? and heifers, 3.B0G 50 canners.
0004 26; stockers and feeders, 4.5
a50 calveB. 4.a09.(K), bulls, stags,
etc 4.26(5)5.75. Hogs-Rccolpts, 7.
700 ;inarlitBtoady, closed BOlOcIo
r heavy 7 607.75; mixed, 7.5o
7 70 lSht? 7.4007 00, pigs. 6.2607.25.
bulk if saW 7.6507.66. Sheep-Receipts
19.000 .market steady; year
Sngs 18506.86; wether, 37004.40;
"wis', 3.6O04.2B. lambs, 6 7507 40.
St. Louis, Nov. 25.-Wopl-Stefldy:
territory and western mediums, 2 IIP
25; fine, 18017.
Chicago Nov. 25. Cattle Receipts.
IS 000; market steady to 10c up; for
beeves, 5.35010.70; Texaa steers, 4.30
tf5 70- western Bteera, 5.4009.10.
dockers and feedors. 4.2507.60; cows
and heifers; 2 7007.45, calves, 6 500
?? or, Hogs-Receipts, 39.000; mar
ked : slow, generally 5c higher: llgbt.
7.3507 SB; mixed, 7.4007.90; heavy.
7?5ff7.7 90; rough, 7.357.o6. pigs, 5.50
M0: bulk of .Ales. 7.6507.85. Sheep
-Receipts, 52,000; market weak to
10c lower?; native. 3.4004.30; western,
3.6O01.2o; yearlings, 3 0005 SO, na
tive lambs, 5 4007.25; western, 5.500
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas CUy, Mo., Nov. 25. Cattlo
Recolpts, 16.000, Including 1,200
southerns; market 10c higher; native
steers, G 50010.85. aouthorn steers.
4.2507.25, southern cows and heifers,
3.5006.00, native cows and heifers,
3.7608.60. stockers and feeders, 4.50
07 50, bulls, 4 0006.00, calves, 5.500
9.50, western steers, 5.5O0G5O, west
ern cows3.506 50. Hogs Receipts
10,000. market 5c to 10c higher; bulk
of sales, 7.5007 75; heavy, 7.7007.80;
packers and butchers, 7.6007.80;
light. 7.4007.70; pigs, 6.2507.00.
Sheep Receipts 8,000; market weak,
muttons, 3.7504 50; lambs, 5.5007.50;
range wethers and yearlings, 4.000
6.00; range ewes, 3.0004.60.
New York, Nov. 25. Raw sugar
steady; muscovado, S9 test, 3.55; cen
trifugal. 96 test, 4.05; molasses, S9
test, 3.30. Refined steady.
KILLED IN PANIC
Bilbao, Spain. Nov 25. A terrible
panic was caused here yesterday aft
ernoon by a crj of fire at a moving
picture show. About fifty children
and others were killed Only one wo
man up to n late hour last night had
been found among the dead. The
number of Injured Is not known, as
most of them wero taken home by
The operator of the machine lost
his neive when a film ignited and
screamed "Fire." Ho was able to
extinguish the flames himself with
out difficulty, but tho effects of his
cry upon the spectators was instan
taneous. Police and attendants were
swept away by the surging mass
which sought to fight a way to the
exit. Scores vero knocked down aud
trampled upon and many were crush
ed to death In the passages from the
galleries to the streets.
The disaster caused frenzied crowds
to gather outsldo the building and the
authorities had great trouble In earn
ing on tho work of rescue and extri
cating the dead and injured.
Tho manager and other employes
hae been arrested and are held pend
ing an inquiry
GREAT COPPER MINE.
Announcement is made that the
Messrs Guggenheim of New York
have Joined Albert C. Burrage of
Boston In his copper enterprise at
These mines are Bituated on a pla
teau 100 miles east of the port of
Autofagasta, and are already provid
ed with iailwaj facilities through a
six-mile branch from the main line
of the Antofagasta & Bolivia railway.
Some of these mines were first
taken under option by Mr Burrage In
London two years ago, and slnco that
time bo has secured all the additional
necessary mining property in tho dis
trict, and suitable mill sites, limostono
and native sulphur deposits; a con
cession to take fresh water from the
San Pedro river, and ulso all the
available water power rights, amount
ing to some 30,000 horse powor, on
tho Loa rher, twenty miles from tho
Tho Chuqulcamata copper deposit
Is very large and most unusual In
character. Its clearly defined, uni
formly minprnlized surface covering
an area 8000 feet long and over 1000
feet wide. The ore Is one of nature's
freaks, being composed, at tbo sur
face at least, almost wholly of the
basic chloride of copper called "ataca
mlte," after Atacama, tho Chilean
province In which It Is found, tho
ordinary sulphate of coppor, called
chalcanthlte, and tho basic sulphate
of copper, called brochantitc.
The deposit Is developed to an ex
traordinary degreo with Innumerable
shallow surface cuts, shafts and tun
nels, which havo been made by the
Chilean minors during the past thirty
years In getting out tho richer streaks
of ore, which thev hand-sorted to a
high grade, but with tho exception of
five shafts which havo been sunk
6omo 300 feet upon narrow veins, no
real underground development work
was done upon tho property
For many months six churn drills
havo been at work This property
has been konwn to tho copper world
for many years and has caused much
discussion" among mining engineers
and metallurgists on account of the
peculiar nature of the ore. which Is
unBulted to direct smelting on account
of the loss of copper through volatil
ization, due to tho chlorine in tho ore,
and is also, on account of its flnoneBs
unsuited to ordinary mechanical con
centration. The deposit has also hitherto been
considered difficult to handle beeauso
situated In a desert fifty miles away
from any available water eupply.
The altitude Is 9500 feet abovo sea
level, and the cllmat0 is Tory health
ful, snow and rain bolng practically
The property Is especially suited to
steam shovel mining, for tho ore
comes to the aurfaco without any
capping of nonpayable material, and
is easily broken down. Its local namo
being "Ilarapera," which meanB a frl
Tho property Is now being convoy
ed to tho Chile Exploration company,
which will bo a close corporation,
owned and officered solely by the
firm of M. Guggenheim's Sons and Mr.
Burrage. Daniel Guggenheim will bo
tho president and Mr. Burrago vice
J president It is also said that neither
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Advertisements in this column coat 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nyo'a
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone 383 for up
holstering, mattress making, ro
stretching of bed pprlngB
F. J. FREENOR, D. C; all acute and
chronic diseases. Rooms 13-14,
2411 Washington ave. Offlco hours.
9 to 11:30 a. mt, 1 to 3 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-lrao
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
Jewsky, 375 23rd street,
SWITCHES, reduced prico, combings
mado in switches. Mrs. C. E. Lee,
404 26th. 11-20-lmo
THE CRESTON Steam heated; hot
and cold water, every room; now
and modern; 50c and up. Twenty
fifth street, opposlto City park.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE It you havo
any kind of Junk, phone us up, we
will call for It. Boll phone, 325-K,
the American Smelting & Refining
companj nor the Guggenheim Explor
ation company Is In any way inter
ested in tho enterprise and that no
public or private flotation of the
company will be made.
ENGLAND ON GUARD
PREPARING FOR WAR
London, Nov 24. An "urgency"
meeting of the British cabinet was
held Sunday morning to consider the
extremely delicate European situation.
Although the members reassure the
public by letting It be known thnt
they do not regard tho alarming tone
of certain continental Journals as
warranted, they spent three-quarters
of an hour pondering present condi
tions and what to do Which they
have repeatedly done recently to
protect British Interests in case of
a general European war.
Reports were received from the
secretary of war and first lord of the
admiralty, who submitted the advice
given by the imperial defense com
mittee. After tho meeting, to emphasize
the nppearance of "no danger," the
cabinet members motored out of
town to play golf.
Winston Churchill, the head of the
British navy, was asked today what
he thinks of tho outlook. He ans
"It Is full of difficulty and needs
careful handling. The most hopeful
feature is that England and Germany
are working closely together to pre
serve the peace."
No official news has been given out
horc respecting the movements of the
British fleet. Indeed, more than ten
days ago the editors of the London
newspapers were requested to sup
press all news sent them on this subject.
Brotherhood of Amencan Yoemen
Ogden Homestead, No. 1505, meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
hall. ViBltlng Archers aro cordially
invited to meet with us W. S.
O'Brien, Foroman, 2538 Graramorcy
avenue. J. A. Junk. Correspondent,
Knights of Pythias Ogdon Lodge
No. 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. Goo.
B. Hart. C C W. G. Kind. M. of E.
W. L Underwood, K. of R. & S
Woodmen of tho World Wober
Weber Camp No. 74, meets In K. of
P. hall In tho Utah National bank
building overy Thursday evoning at 8
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
Invited to attend. Fred E. Williams,
C. C, E. Auth. Clork, First National
Fraternal Order of EagleB Ogden
Aorlo, No. 118, F. O. E meets ovory
Wednesday ovonlng at Eaglo hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles aro invited to attend
tho aerlo meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a, m. Thos. Leslie, W. Presi
dent E R Gclgor, Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlolgh, Aerlo Physician.
Order of Owls Ogden Ncsv No.
1218, Ordor of Owls, meets cvory
Friday evening In Eagles' hall, on
Hudflon avenue at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls aro invited to attend
tho Nest meetings. W H. Wright,
President. T. S. ShaughneBsy, Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Dlvlslou, No. 124, O. R. C,
meets second and fourth Frldnj-B at
2-30 p. m., in K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenuo and 24th atreot.
All brothers aro cordially Invited to
attend. C. H. Pearson, C. C. D L.
Boyles, S and T.
Modern Wodmen of America
ULih Camp, No. 9990 meets overy flm
and third Tuesday ovonlng at 2
o'clock, at K. of P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members invited. A. G. Jonos,
Consul. J. H. Shafr, Clork.
Royal Highlanders Meet overy
first and third Fridays at 8 p. m... at
K, of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
dially Invited. Andrew W. NolBon, I.
P. Wm. Muller, Sec. and Treas., 2582
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr. Margaret M. .
Burns, office 33G 25th St Phono
997-J. Res. Phone 1617-J. Over
PAINTING, paperhanging aud tinting.
Y den Hortog. phono 571-R.
PHYSICIAN- AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
Now Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phono
19C2-W Residence phono 2129-W. 64G
Wastington avenue. 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grant, or phono 127. G-14-lmo
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co.,
2728 Grant. Bell phone 2018-W
NEW AND SECOND HAND furnlturo,
clothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A SIncr. Phone 132L 179 1-2
Tw.nty-flfth St. 6-13-lyr.
RIC HI NOW .3tve your heating
stoves a thought then Summorlll,
2304 Washington Ave.
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. 3. Phona 828.
Offlco and Hospital, 215C Washington.
Masonic Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4, O. E S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
streetB, tho first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
members cordially invited to attend.
Lily V. Halslead, V. M. Callle E.
Unity Lodgo, No. 18, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple, 26ou Washington
avenue Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Members of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend II. L.
Horrington. 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.
ViBtlng neighbors invited. DueB can
bo paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D
57-58 Lewis block. Elizabeth Best.
G. N.. 2543 Lincoln avenue, phono
1903-J. Mario Crltcs, Clerk. 2731
Sogo Lily Circle No 171 meets ov
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at S p. m.. in L O. O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
Mary L. Bllxt. G. N , 451 31st St. Kate
Heyman, Clerk, Bell phone 1247-J.
Odt Fellovs Ogden Lodge, No. 5.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
meets In I. O. O. F. hall every Tues
day evening. Visltlug brothers cor
dially invited to be present L. H.
Candlact, N. G. Henry Kissell, Sec
retary. Queen City Rebekah Lodge, No. 4.
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Follows hall.
VlBlting members Invited. Anna
Kissel. N. G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St.
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 bo paid to
Mrs Anna Rlcs-FInley, M. D, room
21 Lowls block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 1948 Jackson Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hlvo
No. 1, L. O. T. M., meets every
first and third Thursday evenings at
S o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons nt 2:30 o'clock,
In Eagles' hall, 2411 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially Invited to at
tend, Kathryn Eggleston. L. C, L.
Jcunlo Prout R. K.
Want advortlsomentc 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 lino per wook, or 75
cents per line per month. Remomber
fve avrage words make a lino. All
advertlsem-nts on this page must be
paid In advance- No exception to this
A GOOD girl or woman for general
housework; small family; good
wages. Phono 1109-J. 668 24th st
A GOOD woman for chamber work.
Utah Hot Springs 11-23-lwk
WORK by tho day or washing Ad
dress Mrs. Annlo Winston, West
12th st 11-20-lwk
DRESSMAKING Reasonable, prices
1454-J. 278 22d st. 10-29-lmo
W-VNTED AT ONCE A young man
experienced in bookkeeping and
ceneral office work. Address Box 706,
Ogden. Application will not bo con
sidered unless names of former em
ployers aro given aK woll as age and
wages wanted. ll--3-3t
MAN with Bmall family for gonoral
farm work, with team; contract for
tho year. Apply Geo. Thinness &
Son, phone 27-W. 11-20-lwk
WANTED Young man to learn pro
fcBolon with view to future co-operation
; practical work at reasonable
compensation while learning. Ad
dress P. O. Box 4S4, Ogden, Utah.
MALE stenographer seeks position;
several years' experience. Phono
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 21S5
Jefferson ave. 11-4-tf
FOR RENT Furnished, aow, ciean
comfortable housekeeping room6. 32
wk. up 536 31at st 3-13-lyr
ROOM for gentleman; steam heat:
bath; close in; $2.50 week, refer
once. 2341 Adams. 11-23-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 12G W. 22d st. 11-5-lmo
FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for
light housekeeping- 23G8 Monroo
ROOMS for light housekeeping; light,
bath, gas. 2613 Washington ave.
TWO housekeeping rooms, modern,
$15.00. No. 2220 Jefferson.
3 LIGHT housekeeping rooms, 233S
Wall ave. 11-18-tf
TWO nowly furnished modern rooms
for housekeeping. 523 22d.
$25 IN ADVANCE will pay 3 months'
rent on 2-room furnished place
1823 Washington ave., after 5 p. m.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms; gas, bath;
also sleeping rooms. 427 24th st
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 2353 Mon
roo ave. 11-12-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2S24 Washing
ton Ave. Phone 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED and uniurnlshed flats.
2031 Grant. 9-2G-6mo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orphcum HoteL
Phouo 197S. 9-6-tf
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing; prices to suit Utahna. 7-29U
FREE bath; prices moderate; must
bo rented, 24CS Washington Avo
BOARD AND ROOM.
PLEASANT rooms and board. 2177
7-ROOM modern house; close In, on
bench; $25. 6-room modern, ?20.
J H. Hill, phone 160, 420 2lth st.
S-ROOM modern house, 2769 Grant
Inquire S20 25th. Phone 95-W
ONE 4-room house. Inquire 653 27th
st Phone 967. ll-22-2wks
5-ROOM modern house. Apply Dr.
7-ROOM house; no bath; large barn.
GOG 23d st 11-21-lwk
5-ROOM modern brick, $25. O. A.
White, 362 25th st ll-12-2wk
FOUR and two-room houses. Inqulro
2220 Lincoln. 11-14-tf
7-ROOM, modern house. 3C1 23rd St
5-ROOM, modern brick; $2,500. O. A.
Whlto, 3G2 25th St. 11-12-lwk
6-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th St Apply Horocks Bros.
UNFURNISHED apartments; strict
ly up to date; heat and hot water.
22 IS Jefferson ave 11-23-lwk
FOR RENT Unfurnished flats. Ap
ply 2634 Grant ave. 10-12-tf
MODERN 4-room house; closets, col
lar, porch; close in, furnished. 263
26th st 11-25-lwk
TWO 3-ROOM houses; not modern;
$7.50 per month each 2762-27GI
Monroe. Call 1415-M. 11-23-tf
6-ROOM brick; modern. Inquire 275S
G-ROOM HOUSE; modern. Inquire
2777 Washington. ll-22-2wk
NEATLY furnished cottage. Inqulro
Wilson Grocery, 160 2Sth St
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building Just oaBt of
tho Standard office is for rent, ol
ther all or part Inqulro at Standard
PRIVATE homo for confinements;
charges reasonable. 2177 Jeff.
; V,., 11-12-lwk
ANYTHING for any&Kly,' Tell no
body anything. Alvprd& Anything,
Bell 333-W. v-
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS H
GENTLEMAN'S bicyclo; first-class H
condition. Call 2082 Jefferson avo. H
FOR SALE Lawn manure. Inqulro H
152 W. Patterson. Phone 1371-R. H
GOOD dairy cows at Bingham. Feed H
yards, 225 24th st Phono 229 H
Blackman & Toone, props. Yard open H
day and night. 11-22-tf H
TEAM of black colts, broke to work.
Amblers', corner 10th and Washing- H
ton ave. Phone 237-1. 11-21-lwk H
GOOD cheap lumber. 214 27th St M
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- H
.lOr and 2-color ribbon, $35. Good H
machines for lent, $2 mouth Type- H
writer Exchange, 425 24th 10-29-lmo H
MONEY TO LOAN H
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate;
$100,00 up, real cstatn contracts and
mortgages bought and bold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO. H
2478 Washington Ave. TJpstalr3.
MONEY to loan on watches, dla- H
monds, Jewelry, flrearmr, etc., H
Uncle Sam's Loan Office, established M
18S5. The Money Lendors of Ogden. IH
275 26th St C. H. Smith, Prop. M
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You I H
can got It today. Cheapest rates, H
best end most private terms In Utah. I H
D. D. Drako, ovor Paine & Hurst H
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improved H
farm or city property. HUNTER & H
KENNEDY, 502 First National Bldg. H
MONEY to loan on real estate Becnr- H
Ity. J. J. Brummltt 4-27-tf 1
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE H
THE RIVERSIDE Fruit Farm In So. H
Weber, G4 acres; 12 in fruit, most- H
ly Jonathan apples. I. Barlow, R. F. H
D. No. 4. Phone 15N-2. 11-22-lmo H
NEW brick hungalow; bargain; easy H
terms. C. D, IVES, 380 25th st H
5-ACRE chicken and fruit ranch. C. D. H
IVES, 380 25th at 11-6-lmo H
WANTED REAL ESTATE H
I HAVE an inquiry for sevoral good
lots in various parts of the city;
prices must be reasonable. H. M. H
Monson, under Utah Nat bank.
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE M
HIGH class farm land. Wedell. H
LOST Lady's chatelaine open face H
watch; green colored; between 29th jH
and Tabornacle. Return to Standard IH
office. Reward. ll-23-2t flH
LOST Black fur muff; gray lining; :
between RIverdale and Ogden. IH
Phono 700-W ll-21--wk 'H
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS H
GREEN FRUIT TREES cut in I foot H
lengths for smoke wood wanted by H
Ogden Packing & Provision Co.
DRIVING horse. Will keep well for H
use during winter. Phone 607. H
CURTAINS and laundry. 3209 Wash. IH
Phono 1644-W. 11-7-lmo H
COWS wanted. Phone 41-N2. H
ONE HUNDRED head of horses for H
pasture. Smith ranch, North Ogden. H
Phono 3-Z. 10-23-lmo J IH
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phono J
2305-W. 10-lS-lmo I H
I WILL TRADE a good Irrigated farm H
in Uintah county with stock and ji H
improvements for a home in Ogden. H H
Address D P R., Standard. 10-2S-Gt j jH
TIME CARD .
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. H
(Mountain Time.) H
DENVER & RIO GRANDE P.Alt- H
ROAD COMPANY. M
West Bound. Arrive. H
No. 3 Pacltlc Coast Mall.. 12: 10 a.m. H
No. 409 fin tic Passenger. .11:35 a.m. H
No. 1 Pacltlc Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m. IH
No. 5 Chlcaso-San Fran- IH
cIsco Express 3:50 p.m ll
East Bound. Depart jH
No. 6 San Franclaco-Chl- , HH
cago Express 7:16 a.m. t :H
No. 410 Tlntlc Passenger.. 1:10p.m. H
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3:50 p.m. H
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mail. 5-50 p.m. , H
Fino roadbed, elegant equipment M H
unsurpassed scenery. City Tlokct Of- 'i'H
flee. Reod Hotel Bldg. , M
F. FOUTS. Agent 1
Electric Way Between i,H
Ogden and Brigham !B
EFFECTIVE APRIt 1, 1912. '.) H
Trains leave Ogden and Brigham ' M
G.30 a, m 3.00 p. m. H
7.30 a. m 4:30 p.m. H
9:00 a. m 6:00 p. m. . H
10:30 a. m 7:30 p. m. H
12.00 noon 9:C0 p. m. j; 4H
1:30 p. m H:10 p. m. , H
First train from Ogdon starts from jH
O. R. T. Depot All others start Iron j B
Union Dopot. , H
In Ogden, trains stop only al 9. L j B
Si Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depot anf h H
Flvo Points. tfl
CANYON LINE " '
Effective Nov. 6th, 1912.
Car will Ieavo the Union Depot for M
tho Hermitage nt 1:00, 2.20, 3:40 anJ t H
5:00 p. m. I H
Cars will leave tho Union Depot for H
the Sanitarium at 6:30. 7:30, 8:30 and H
Last car will leave the Hennitago iB
at 5:4" p. m. tH
Last car will leave tho Sanitarium MH
at 10:00 p. m. IH
On Sundays cxlra cars to Hcrmi- ' ll
(ago at 10:20 and 11:40 a. m. LH