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. THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912. S IH
HEAVY TAX ON
I THE ECCLES
If the late David Eccles left an es
tate of $10,000,000, as hns been esti".
raatod by some, the state of Utah
,1 would thereby be enriched to the ex
J tent of $500,000, according to the In
1 herltance tax law. The lnw requires
! a tax of 5 per cent on all estates, with
a $10,000 exemption. At any rate, the
estate promlaos to bring a large sum
of money Into the state coffers.
With $1,40,000 already collected In
inheritance taxes, Attorney General A,
.,. R- Barnes Is of the opinion that It will
f, probably bo unnecessary for the stato
j to sell bondB for the construction of
the capltol building, if the next logls
It lature will set aside the tax from the
r EccJcb estate to be used Tor the build
: ,B,?L the 8tructre. The loglslaturo
! : r,191 aPProprIated $750,000 from tho
i nhcrltanco taxes for the capitol build
ing, being a part or the money from
' the estate of the late Edward H. Har-
i rlman. It Is believed that there will
1 be little trouble In having the tax
; from tho Ecclcs estate transferred to
' ; the capltol fund.
J3oIng within the state the probate
courts will settle the estate and at
r tend to the inheritance tax. Thereforo
It will not be handled through the at
torney general's office, as is done In
; the case of outside estates holding
t; Utah property.
JAP'S BOUT WITH BIG
CUDGELS CAUESS FUN
Salt Lake, Dec. 10. All the depart
ments of the Utah National Guard
met In tho battery gymnasium last
evening for their annual smoker and
blowout. The program arranged with
much trouble included some of tho
beat professional and amateur talent
In tho city, and all of the different
contests were entertaining.
Easily tho fcatoro of the evening
was the Japanese fancing exhibition,
in two matches. In this contest two
Japanese heavily padded faced each
other with huge bamboo cudgles about
five feet in lengtth.
The blowa rained on each other
staggered both men nearly to uncon-
; sciousnesB. They seemed to enjoy the
sport, however, and the crowd was
happy. In tho first of thoso matches
ProfesEor Kahayashi won from Hay-
After ten minutes of fast work In
the second, Uayashl won handily from
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X Medical, Surgical and Obstet. 1
B rlcal Cases Taken. 1
THE UTAH SHOE I
Men's Half Soles Sewed on '
Ladies' and Children's
SOLES FIXED IN 10 MINUTES.
Best workmanship and Wide Oak
Leather used. If you try our work
' once you will surely come again.
221 TWENTY-FIFTH ST.
; OGDEN, UTAH
Phone 321. 408 25th Street
We havo the largest van n the
city. Quick service. Moving, ship
ping and handling pianos. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
, i i . J
f (VIENNA OAFE
I 322 Twenty-fif th St. E
1 Special Dinner 25 1
1 Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. B
I Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m.
H e and Foon, Managers c
' I OGDEN TURF
, 3601 Washington Ave.
k Direct Service on Juarez Races
The Toggery I
1 J QgdenV' No Kick "Store
$75 Per Month
f J?r brand now houses. which will bring a monthly rental
h tt 4-1 per month- Two of tQese are modern 5-room houses,
SI tllet stationary wash-stand, pantry, closets, large porches,
i&ese houses ought to rent regularly for $25 apiece.
The other two houses are 4-rooms, pantry, city water, electric
lights and ought to rent for S16 each, this makes $80.00 pef
This property is located near the Union Depot, is nice and
sightly, new, neat and clean. This will be sold either on the in
stallment plan or for cash, so as to bring One per cent per month.
t This is a great investment for any one desiring a permanent
inepme of this amount, as property of this kind, located in this
vicinity always commands a good class of tennants.
If you are interested in having a permanent income of
$76.00 per month, call and see me.
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank.
Notice to Water Users.
And to Those Who Subscribed for
Stock in the Proposed South Fork
Reservoir Company of Ogden, Utah,
in the Year 1911.
Take notice that, on April 16, 1911,
William Gla8mann purchased from Jo
seph Pecry, and the latter by a war
ranty dcod conveyed to the former,
the north half of the southeast quar
ter of Bection six, township six north
of threo east, S. L. M. and U. S. S.,
"WHEREAS, in the deed conveying
said land appears tho following state
ment: "Hereby convoy and warrant to
William Glasraann, Trustee of tho
company hereafter to be Incorporat
ed by him and others, for the pur
pose of building a reservoir and stor
ing water on the land herein de
scribed, in which corporation all those
who have heretofore subscribed to
South Fork Reservoir stock Bball have
ihe right to secure water rights at
actual cost, including Ogden City and
Irrigation Canal Companies, on con
dition that such parties shall make
payments for water rights as describ
ed In the Articles of Incorporation of
sold proposed company, and.
WHEREAS, tho Ogden River Res
ervoir Company was duly organized
and incorporated under the laws of
Utah on the 27th day of April. 1912,
and is tho corporation contemplated
In said deed, and,
WHEREAS, the Articles of Incorpo
ration of the said Ogden River Res
ervoir Company provided that all the
subscribers of tho proposed South
Fork Reservoir Company may have
water rights at actual cost on condi
tion that 10 per cent of $35.00 shall
bo paid before June 1st, 1912, for each
acre of water right desired, with the
'understanding that tho balance shall
bo paid for as called by the said
company, and that If the cost shall be
more per ncro water right the addi
tional amount shall be paid when said
cost Is determined by the said com
WHEREAS, the said Company
mailed on or befofo May 2nd, 1912.
to each such subscribers to stock of
the proposed South Fork Reservoir
Company, a notice calling attention
to the conditions of said deed above
described and offering each and all
said subscribers of the proposed South
Fork Reservoir Company water rights
on tho conditions named In said deed
above described, and In accordance
with the Articles of Incorporation,
WHEREAS, some of tho said sub
scribers of the proposed South Fork
Reservoir Company have not accept
ed Hald offer, and ns tho Ogden Riv
er Reservoir Company la desirous of
selling said water rlght3 to others,
NOW, THEREFORE, this public no
tice is given TO ALL WHOM IT
MAY CONCERN, that the Ogden Riv
er Reservoir Company has complied
with all tho conditions of the said
deed described, has in full offered its
every obligation that It could legally
or morally be hold for.
Now then, If there aro any sub
scribers of the snld proposed South
Fork Reservoir Company who claim
thnt they havo not had proper notice,
or a proper opportunity to subscribe
for water rights at co3t from the eald
Ogden River Reservoir Company, they
are horeby notified that the right to
make such subscription is hereby
again granted to all the subscribers
of tho proposed South Fork Reservoir
Corapanv, provided, applications .or
such water rights nro made before
January 10th, 1913, and at least 10 per
cent of tho total amount o. the water
rights is paid bofore February 10th,
Signed and published this second
day of December. 1912; last publlca-
gfe "SBK Riv'ER'RESERVOIR
CM ' WILLIAM GLASMANN,
I Telephone 56. Office. 360 24th street,
j Notice of Water Assess
I Oaden River Reservoir Company, Of
flee 360 Tvyenty-fourth Street, Og
i Notice 1b hereby given that 10 per
cent of the total subscription for wn-
' tc rights to tho Ogden River Res-
1 ervolr Company Is hereby called and
made payable on Jamary 3d, 19U
and 10 per cent each 30 days there
after on tho same day of the month,
until the full 100 per cont has been
. pal,! in full- The full nine pay
ments duo may be paid at
once, or one or more payments
may be made at a time. The first
10 per cent payment has been ox
hauBtod and contracts havo been Itt
- to require the full and total subscrlp-
1UMalTdaU check; and remittances
payable to the Company. 360 Twentj
fourth street, Ogden Utah
Dated Ogden, Utah. Dec. 2nd, 19 1
THE OGDEN RIVER RESERVOIR
R. C. GLASMANN.
Tho board of governors of the Utah
Development league yesterday decid
ed to take charge of the exhibit of
Utah products In tho Vermont build -in?,
Salt Lake, conducted by the Man
ufacturers' association of Utah, pro
vided the legislature makes an ap
propriation suitable to maintain the
Tho matter had been placed Into the
hands of a committee composed oi Jo
seph E. Calne, J. M. Klrkham and
J W. McHcnry. who made their re
port. Mr. Klrkham. Mr. McHcnry and
Henry WcIbIi were appointed to urge
members of the legislature to Inter
est themselves In tho mntter. Anoth
er committee for general legislative
work will be appointed by VIco Pres
ident George 13 Greenwood. This
committee will keep In touch with all
proposed legislation affecting the de
velopment of tho state.
Tho annual meeting of the league
will be held In Ogden, the date to
be fixed by President Frank M
Driggs. The mooting will be held next
month E W Dunn and C. R. Mabey
will have charge of the arrangements.
A telegram was received from
United States Senator George Suth
erland to the effect that ho will do
all in his power to restore tho assay
office In Salt Lake. His telegram
"Will do everything possible when
appropriation bill reaches senate to
restore assay office."
Tho league recently passed a resolu
tion In opposition to the abolition
of the office
W. M. Roylance was appointed del
egate to tho ninth annutU tonventlon
of the Western Fruit Jobbors' associ
ation, to be held In New Orleans Jan
uary 15. Thoso present, besides those
mentioned, were W. C. Androws. Dr.
R. C. Stoddard, Herschel Bullen Jr..
Fred C. Graham, assistant secretary,
and George S. McAllister and D. F
Collott of tho Manufacturers' association.
Glaco Over Paintings.
Yielding to tho criticism of artists
and art experts, the authorities at
tho galleries of the Louvre havo re
moved tho gloss that covered and was
supposed to protect somo famouB pic
tures A few, however, are yet In
closed In glass, and among these are
l'Antlope of Corrcgglo, tho Laura Dl
antl of Titian and tho Concert Cham
potre of Giorgio. It Is held that for
all purposes of art, for Htudy, for
admiration, tho canvasses should be
naked, as under glaBS all tho fine qual
ities of these great paintings are lost
Examination of tho paintings from
which tho glass has beon removed
shows that a number of them, among
which Is Titian's famous Man With
the Torn Glove, have been Injured by
moisture that formed under the glass;
others are the Antiopo of Corregglo,
the Country Concert of Giorgio and
the Virgin on tho Rocks, of Leonardo
da Vinci "All theBO deterloratlonB."
eoys a critic, "havo beon wothout
doubt accoleratod by moisture Inclosed
INTERMOUNTAIN FAIR ASSOCI
fition, place of business Ogden. Utah.
Offices, Weber county court house.
Notice Is hereby given that, at a
meeting of the board of directors, held
November 11, 1912, an assessment of
one dollar ($1.00) per share was lev
ied on the capital stock of the cor
poration, payable on or beforo the
ilrst day of January, 1913, to Geo. D
Folkman. assistant secretary, county
court house, Ogden, Utah.
Any stock upon which this assess
ment remains unpaid on the 15th day
of January, 1913. will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auc
tion, nnd unless payment is made be
fore will be sold on tho 30th day of
January, 1913, to pay tho delinquent
assessment, together with the coat of
'advertising and expense of saJc.
H. M. ROWE, Secretary.
By Geo. D. Folkman, Assistant Sec
retary FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
Modern Woodmen of America -Utah
Camp No. 9990 meets every first
and third Tuesday evening at S o'clock
at K. of P. hall. Twenty-fourth and
Washington avenue. Visiting meuv
berB Invited. A. G. Jones, Consul. J.
H. Shafer, Clerk.
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, 1.
P. Wm. Tdullcr, Sec. and Troas., 2682
Knights of PythlaB Ogden Lodge
No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meotB at
Castlo hall, Utah National hank bulld
! in erery Monday evening. All K. of
P 'a requested to meet with us. Geo.
'. Hart C. C. W. G. Kind, M. of E.
W, L Underwood, K. of R. & S
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Advertisements in this column cost 76c per line per month, pay
able in advance. "
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY. (over Nye'd
Clothing Store.) 2411 Wash ave.
DR. J. H. CARTER, 2356 Washington
ave.; office phone 17S2; res., 391-M.
Massage, electric and vibrator treat
ment for the cure of rheumatism, pa
ralysis, nervous troubles. 12-2-lyr
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING P.
Hansen's Electrical Shoe Shop, 309
24th St. Best work and material In the
city. All work guaranteed. Give us
a trial. ll-30-3mo.
K. VAN KAM PEN Phono SS3 for up
bolstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed epringa''
F. J FREENOR, D. C; all acuto and
chronic diseases. Rooms 13-1-4,
2411 Washington ave. Offlco hours.
9 to 11:30 a. m , 1 to 5 p. m. 11-5-tf
"ELECTRIC SANTOS" for hire. Try
one for a day, $1 delivered. Elec
tric Service Co., phone SS 12-C-lmo
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street.
Merlin J. Stone, a full line of Gas
oline systems. Globes, Mantels and fix
tures Phone 506 R 2S69 Grant ave.
SWITCHES, reduced price, combings
made in switches. Mrs. C. E. Lee,
404 26th. 11-20-lmo
THE CRESTON Steam heated; hot
and cold water, every room; new
and modern; 50c and up. Twenty
fifth streot, opposite City park.
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr. Margaret M.
Burns, offico 33G ?5th St. Phono
997-J. Res. Phone 1617-J. Over
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you havo
any kind of Junk, phone ub up; we
will call for It Bell phone, 325-K;
Masonic Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4, O. E. S.. regular mectlngb held
at Masonic hail on Washington nve
nuo between Twenty -fifth and Twenty-sixth
streets, the first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
mombors cordially invited to attond.
Lily V. Halslead, W. M. Calllo E.
Unity Lodge, No. IS, F. & A. M.,
Masonic Temple. 265u Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Member of
Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially Invited to attend. H. L.
Herrlngton. W. M. Felix T. Moore,
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
clo No. 5S1, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
VlBtlng neighbors Invited. Duos can
be paid to Dr Alice M. Ridge, M. D
57-58 Lowis block. Elizabeth Best.
G. N , 2543 Lincoln avenue, phono
1903-J. Marie Crltes. Clerk. 2731
Sogo Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
ulghts at S p. m., In I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
Mary E. Bllxt, G. N , 451 3lBt SL Kato
Heyman, Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J.
Odd Fellows Ogden Lodge No 5,
Independent Order of Odd Follows,
meets In I. O. O. F hall every Tues
day evening. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to bo present. L. H.
Canuland, N. G. Henry Kissel, Sec
retary. Queen City Rcbekah Lodge, No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Follows hall.
Visiting mombors Invited. Anna
Kissel, N. G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St
Fraternal Order ot Eagles Ogden
Aerie, No. 118, F O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eaglo hall,
Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles aro invited to attend
tho aerio meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thou. Leslie. W. Presi
dent E. R. Gelger, Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlolgh, Aorlo Phyalclan.
LADIES of tho 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 avo. Vis
iting members cordially Imlted to at
tend. Kathryn Eggleston, L. C L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Order of Owls Ogden Ncs No.
1218, Order of Owis, moots every
Friday evening In Eagles' hall, on
Hudson avenue at S o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls aro Invited to nttend
tho Nest meetings. W. II. Wright,
President. T. S. ShaughncsBy, Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth street
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch Division, No. 124, O. R. C
meets second and fourth Fridays at
2.30 p. in-, 'n K of p- Hal", corner
Washington acnuo and 24th street.
All brothers aro cordially invited to
attend. C. H. Pearson, C. C. D L.
Boyles, S and T.
Brotherhood of American Toemcn
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 Grammorcy
avenue.' J. A. Junk, Correspondent,
PAINTING, papcrhnnging and tinting.
Y den Hortog, phono 571-R-
PHYSICIA2 AND SURGEON c
DR. A. FF.RNLUND, Physician and
Burgeon. Offlco hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phono
19C:-W. Residence phono 2129-W. 646
Washington avenue. 6-11-tf
Fit yourself for business.
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL., 1
Practical business courses.
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 451,
or mall card If you wish us to call -with
samples. Office, Spargo's.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co., ,
272S Grant Bell phono 201S-W.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
iotblng and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap. A Siner, Phono 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.nty-flfth St C-13-lyr.
I X L FURNITURE store, 2227 Wash
ington ave.; 2d-hand furulture of
all kinds bought and sold; prices
which no other storo can equal.
SHOE REPAIR SHOP.
M. ROSENBERG. 251 25th st; all
work done by hand and fully guar
anteed; machinery cuts and ruins
246C Grant Step around the corner
and take a shot lmo.
RIGHT NOW give your heating
stoves a thought then SummerlU,
2304 Washington Ave.
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mr3. Smith.
VAUNISHING AND PAINTING
J. J M'KINNON, 2202 Wash. Ave. Car
riage and Auto painting.
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phons 828.
Offlco and Hospital, 215C Washington.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
of each month at 8 p. m. at the
Reese Howell hall. Visiting neigh
bors Invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna RIes-Finley, M. D., room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 1948 Jackson. Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
Woodmen of tho World Wober
Wobor Camp No. 74, meets In K. of
P. hall in tho Utah National bank
building ever' Thursday evening at S
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
Invited to nttend. Fred E. Williams,
C. C. E. Auth. Clerk, Fir3t National
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 cento, or two
or moro lines por week at the rate of
2T cents per line per weok, or 75
cento per line per month. Remember
flve avrage words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance- No cxccotlon to this
WANTED Good girl for houso work,
must understand cooking. Mrs. Al
bert Scowcroft, 2350 Adams Ave.
WANTED A chocolate dipper at
MIDDLE-AGED woman to keep
house. 1900 Washington ae.
A NEAT, capable girl for housework;
small family, near High school. Call
2550 Monroe. 12-S-lwk
GOOD girl for housework; must un
derstand cooking. Mrs. Albert
Scowcroft, 2330 Adams. 12-2-tf
YOUNG ladles wanted to train at
Bergcs hospital, 2106 Wash. 11-30-tf
DRESSMAKING Reasonable, prices
1454-J. 278 22d st 10-29-lmo
MAN who has had experience as
street car conductor to solicit on
good salarv baslB. L. D Standard.
INTELLIGENT men to learn trade;
good pay while learning, must not
be profane or use stimulants or to
bacco. State ago, height, weight and
references. lechanlc, Caro Standnrd.
A JAPANESE wants private English
teacher ot bookkeeping. G. S. M ,
p O. Box 118, Ogden. 12-7-lwk
IIGH-GRADE men with good business
ability. 373 24th at 12-0-iwk
500D carrier boys with horses at
once. Apply Standard office.
500D carrier boys with horses at
once. Apply Standnrd office.
rOR RENT Furnished, now, clean,
comfortablo housekeeping rooms. 22
vk. up 536 Slst st 2-13-lyr
rWO NICE ROOMS, ground floor,
bath. No. 2226 Jefferson. 12-10-lwk
rWO furnished rooms for light house
keeping, with bath. 136 22d fit.
FURNISHED rooms with heat and
bath. 2209 Washington. 12-7-lwk
LARGE room; modern; suitable for
two. 2341 Madison. 12-6-lwk
THREE-ROOM apartment, modern.
2422 Adams. 12-6-lwk
3 NICELY furnished rooms for house
keeping. 224 26th 3t. 12-6-lwk
FURNISHED room; modern; also
heated. 454 21th st 12-5-lwk
TWO housekeeping rooms; gas and
electric light 2370 Lincoln ave.
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping.
2220 Lincoln. 11-29-tf
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 2353 Mon
roe ave. . 11-12-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2824 Washing
ton Ave. Phono 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED and unfurnished flats.
2G31 Grant. 9-26-Cmo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orphcum Hotel.
Phono 1978. 9-6-tf
ROOMS for housekeeping. Utahna.
FREE bath; prices moderate; must
bo rented. 246S Washington Ave
FOR RENT 3-room house on 3Sth
St., between Wash, and Grant In
quire S. Blancott 12-10-lwk
BOARD AND ROOM.
MODERN furnished room with board;
room for light housekeeping.
PLEASANT rooms and board. 2177
BOARD AND ROOM.
REFINED young lady wishes room
aud board, private family preferred.
L. K., caro Standard. 12-5-lwk
WHY RENT Good modern homes
from $1400 up. Easy terms. Phone
FOR RENT 5-room house. 2V6 blks.
from Reed hotel. Inquire 440-27th.
Mrs. C. W Clark. 12-10-lwk
ONE 4-room house, $10 a month. Call
phono 967. 12-6-tf
NEW COTTAGE, latost Interior fin
ish, 3 rms., pantrj'i closet, porch,
wuter, lights, $12. Also other houses.
4 rms., $11; 3 rms., $8. All at 22nd
and Grant. Inquire Forbes, 2337 Grauu
FOUR-ROOM brick house, collar,
barn, large lot 319 12th Bt. 12-4-lwk
5-ROOM modorn brick, $25.00. O. A.
White, 362 25th St. ll-12-3wks
7-ROOM house, no bath, and largo
barn. 666 23rd. 11-29-tf
ONE 5-room modorn house. Call 3603
Washington ave. 11-27-lwk
6-ROOM modern, close In; desirable.
C D Ives, 380 25th st.
5-ROOM modern house. Apply Dr.
7-ROOM, modern house. 361 23rd St
6-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th St. Apply Horooks Bros.
UNFURNISHED apts ; strictly up to
date; heat and hot water. 2248 Jef
ferson ave. 11-30-lmo
FOR RENT B-room furnished cot
tage, 2531 Lincoln. Inquire 2547.
4-ROOM hoUBO, modern, warm, well
furnlBhed. 379 21st. $1S. Bell 1474-
5-R. MODERN brick, flno location on
the bench. 972 23rd. Phone 19 I2-J.
MODERN housekeeping apt; batb.
gas range, disappearing beds;
cheap 2266 Washington ave.
FARM TO TRADE.
FARM near town for house, closo In.
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St.
HOME FOR SAtE.
NEW brick bungalow; bargain; easy
terms. C. D. Ivet, 380 25th St. lmo
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS M
FURNITURE FOR SALE 2613 Grant M
MOVING picture machine, dental ,
chair, barber furnace, organ, wag- H
on, buggy, work bench, sundries Bell H
333-W. 12-7-lwk tM
FOR SALE Cheap, Story &. Clark M
organ; one dining room tabic. 1955 H
Grant nve. Phone 1432-Wfl 12-9-lwk 'M
20 GOOD milch cows. Inquire A E. M
Wcathorby, Roy Griffin or Corey's M
livery barn. 12-6-lwk H
FURNITURE of threo rooms for sale. M
2554 Monroe ave. Phone 2027. H
BLACKSMITH shop for sale with or H
without tools and Btock, corner 12th H
and Washington ave.. Ogden, Utah. M
HORSE, runabout, wagon. Apply 2634 M
Grant. 12-3-2wks M
NEW furnituro of 1 rooms; single H
buggy, and houso for rent. 2573 H
Grant avo. 12-3-lt tM
GOOD dairy cows nt Bingham. Feed iM
yards, 225 24th st Phono 229. M
Blackman & Toone, propB. Yard open M
day and night 11-22-tf M
GOOD cheap lumber. 244 27th St. !
LOST LadieB' gold watch. 22nd and
Adams. Return 2617 Wall 12-9-tf M
LOST Gold locket, J. M. R. engraved H
on outside. Ladles' and gent's pho- M
tograph Inside. Finder kindlv return
to J. M. Read, care Ogden Rapid Tran- H
sit Co. and receive reward. 12-9-lwk
PAIR glasses in case, Dr. Francis H
King name on case. Reward. 511 IH
16th- 12-1-lwk !
J WOULD like to 3eo tho case of H
rheumatism I cannot cure. F. J. IH
Froenor, D. C, Chiropractor, room I IH
14, 2411 Washington ave. Phono 311. I
. j M
PRIVATE homo for confinements; I H
charges reasonable. 2177 Jeff. IH
MONEY TO LOAN I H
.MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate: H
$100.00 up, real estatn contracts and H
mortgages bought and sold. H
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO. H
2473 Washington Avo. Upstairs. H
MONEY to loan on watches, dla- H
monds, Jewelry, flrearmB, etc. Un- H
cle Sam's Loan Office, established H
1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden. H
27S 25th st C. H. Smith, Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You H
can get it today. Cheapest rates,
best and most prlvato terms In Utah. H
D. D. Drako, oyer Palnc & Hurst H
MORTGAGE LOANS on improved
farm or city property. HUNTER &. I
KENNEDY, 602 First National bldg. f
MONEY to loan on real estate secur- I
ity. J. J. Brumraltt. 4-27-tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE I
WILL BUILD HOME to suit customer. I
Price reasonable. Location Ideal. I
Easy payments. No commissions. 1 I
Everything to customer's advantage. . I
Phone 1427. 12-10-lmo
FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE 20 acreB i
of choice tomatoes and potato laud
Will exchange for city property In
Clearfield. Apply 1162-23rd. 0
2,000 ACRES best dry land in the i
stale; partially Improved. Call at j
322 24th st for particulars. 12-6-lwk
THE RIVERSIDE Fruit Farm In So. ;,
Weber, 64 acres; 12 in fruit, most- ;
lv Jonathan apples. I. Barlow, R. F.
D. No. 4. Phone 15N-2, ll-22-lrao (
LISTEN HERE Madame Yag is the
greatest far-Beer, astrologlst, palm
and card reader. Call and be con
vinced. 160 26th st. La Grande cot
tage, 12-5-lwk j
U. IW , W I I I 1, j I
WANTED To keep piano for Btorage 1
on It; no children. 567 27th st. '
Phone 617-R. 12-10-lwk
CURTAINS and laundry. 3209 Wash. '
Phone 1644-W. 11-7-lrao t
ONE HUNDRED head of horBeB for
pasture. Smith ranch. North Ogden. i
Phone 3-Z. 10-33-lmo j
LAUNDRY work; curtains. Phone
2305-W. 10-18-lmo ;
FARMS FOR SALE OR TRADE.
I have somo dandy farms to sell
cheap or trade for modern houses In
Ogden. H. M BARROWS, Farm
Lands Agent, 380 Twenty-fifth street.
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
HIGH class farm land Wedell.
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912.
DENVER &. RIO GRANDE RAIt
West Bound. Arrive.
No. 3 Paclllc Coast Mall.. 12:10 a.m.
No. 409 Tintic Passenger.. 11:35 a.m.
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40p.m.
No. 6 Chicago-San Fran
cisco Express 3:60 p.m.
East Bound. Depart.
No. 6 San Franclsco-Chl-cugo
Express 7:15 a.m.
No. 410 Tintic Passenger.. 1:10p.m.
No. 2 Atlantic Coast Ltd.. 3:60 p.m.
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:60 p.m.
Flno roadbed, elegant equipment. j
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- I
lico, Heed Hotel Bldg.
i FOUTS. Agent