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SHE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, tfTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1913. 3
! j Utah-na Chocolates Are Given Away f I
The Standard for several days published an article on the front page asking its readers to suggest what we should give as prizes during our WANT AD Contest I
which begins next Monday. Many answers were received and many different suggestions were made.
Ufait-na Chocolates Won by a Large Plurality M
Prizes will be given to the first fifteen next week who will give the best reasons of not more than "50" words telling which advertisement on the WANT AD
page is the best worded advertisement.
! Prizes to Be Given M
I First ten best answers receive each a two pound box of Utah-na Chocolates. Next five best answers received, each a one pound box of Utah-na Chocolates. .
All answers must be brought or mailed to the Standard office before Friday evening of each week.
Name of Prize Winners will be published on this page, each Monday. I f you live within the city limits call for your prizes on tuesday; if out of the city limits the
prizes will be mailed to your address. Address all answers to Want-Ad Contest Manager, in care of Standard.
BEGIN READING THE WANT AD PAGE MONDAY, in doing so you will find many ads of great value. H
If you have anything for sale, for rent, for trade or exchange, INSERT AN AD IN THE STANDARD, it will bring you quick results, at the same time you are
giving some one a chance to win a box of Utah-na Chocolates. jj
I FIRST NATIONAL I
OF OGDEN, UTAH
U. S. DEPOSITARY
and surplus ... 350,000.00 I
Deposits 3.500,000.00 !
M. S. Browning, Pres.; L. R.
Ecclcs, Vice Pres.; G- H.
Tribe, Vice-Pres., John Wat
son, Vice-Pres.: John Plngrce,
Cashier; Jns. F. Burton, Asst.
I CLARA BERGES J
I Private Hospital ?
I IDEAL SITUATION
a I 2105 Wa6h. Ave. Phone 25: ji
. Me:!ic:;l. Surcleal and Otstet-
Phone 321. 408 25th Stree'
II We have the large3t van 'n trie
city. Quick ervlce. Moving, shlp-
t. ping and handling pianos. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
Ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
Order your next abstract
J from Abels Abstract & Title
company and save 33 1-3 per
Why pay fifteen dollars when
we charge but ten All our
work is guaranteed.
3601 Washing-ton Ave.
Direct Service on Juarez Races
; Telephone 313
I Holeproof Hosiery
For Men, Women and Children. II
Guaranteed no holeo six mo.itht,. r
N. O. OGDEN CO. I
Dr. R. S. Woodward Is
Head of Commission
1 to Study Flying
SILVERWARE and $
Mir 213. J
adu The Newport Cafe
ilfl JIM, WONU-WE, Managers
MS 218 TWENTY -FIFTH STREET.
Open Day and Night.
yQ&' Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats
tch 1 Palace Cafe
cH1' Special dinner . . 25c
j-i Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 P- m.
' Dinner from 4 p. m. to I p. m.
TOM HOY Mgr 284 ?.6th 8t-
PHONE 88 INSTEAD
A man walked hall waj across
New York City to Inquire at a
certain store whether they sold
"the same kind of lamps that are i
used in the Subway ears " On be-
Ing convinced thai they did, he
immediately placed an order for
Beveral National Quality" Mazda
THEY STAND BOTH JOLTS AND
Up 24th Street. Phone 83
. I 322 Twenty-fifth St
.1 Special Dinner 25 B
U Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. j
Dinner from 4 to 8 p m
Lee and Foon: Managers
I a The Toggery
5 2 Ogden s ''No Kick ' Store S
I m n IIMMM HH Mllll in IIIlT B '
i MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
i No. 4, O. E. 8.i regular meetings held
. at Masonic hal on Washington ave.
between 25th and 26th sts.. the lirst
ii nd third Fridays of each month. So
; journing members cordially Invited to
attend Fannie M. Whittomore, w.
M.; Callie E. Cave, Secretary
Unity Lodge, No. 18, F & A M..
Masonic Temple, UfcOU Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
le.euiug at 7 30 p. m Members of j
, 'Sister Lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. 11. L.
Harrington, W. M. Felix T. Moore,
Women of Woodcraft -Ogden Cir
cle No. oSl, meets every Wednesday
night at 7 o0 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Yislins; neighbors Invited Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D.,
f.7-68 Lewis block. Kluabeth Best,
G. X.. 2543 Lincoln avenue, phone
I I 1903 -J. Mane Crites, Clerk, 2731
I Monroe avenue.
Sego Lily Circle NoJ 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday I
nights at 8 p m., in L O. O. P. hall.
Visiting nelgtilors cordially ipvited
Mai j E Blixt. G N . 4r,l Jlst SL Kate
Heyman, Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J.
Royal Neighbors of America Mo
every first and third Tuesday nights
o each month at 8 p. m. at the
Reese Howell hall. Visiting neigh
bors invited. Dues can be paid to
Mrs. Anna Hles-Finley, M U.. room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle. 1948 .Jackson. Lillian Newton.
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver bivu
I No. l, L. O. T. MM meets even
first and thud Thursday evenings at
o' lock, and every teoond and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2.30 o'clock,
in Kayos' hall, 2 141 Hudson ave. Vis
iting members cordially inwied to it
tend, Kathryn Eggleston, L. C, l j
Jennie Prout, R. K-
"Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
! Aerie. No. 118. F. O E. meet, every
I Wednesday evening at Eagle nail,
1 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. Gelger. Secre aix Dr. C.
E. Wardlelgh. Aerie rhyslcian.
ORUERolr-OWLS Ogden Nest
,, , ' order of Owls, meets ey
,rv ,. , evening In their own hall
the old Elk ' 'ub looms) at 9
0.cU,ck. Visiting Brother Owls are in-
i I to ...end .he nest meeUnja W
n Wrieht President T. b. Snaugh
'.ncssv Secretary. 231 Tweuty-flfth
OGDEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Advertisements in this column cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
g. B. DENKERS & SON Union
I Printers; stationery, wedding stock,
'etc., 2349 1-2 Wash Ave. Upstairs.
LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye's
Clot h i li Store.) 2411 Wash ava.
I Phone oDJ
; E. T. HULANISKI, First National
I Bank bldg. 12-11-tr
J WILSON-Book and loose leaf de
I vice manufacturer Upstairs. 24'.5
Wash Phone 850 12-30-lmo
K VAN KAMPEN Phone SS3 for up
holstering, mattress making, re
stretohing of bed fprings
: F. J FKEENOR, D. C ; all acute and
I I chronic diseases Kms 13-14,
2411 Washington avc. Office hours.
9 to 11:30 a. m,( 1 to 5 p. m. 11-5-tf
Fit vourself tor business
I SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL.
Practical business courses
DR J H. CARTER. 2356 Washington
ave., office phon. 1 72 . res. 391-iM.
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. 11-30-imo.
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed, work guaranteed, T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street
Old reliable companies that pay
C. D. IVES, Agent, USG 25th St.
MERLIN J. STONE. 286. Grant Ave . I
Dealer in Gasolinu Systems A full,
line of Globes. Mautles and Futures, i
Tin: CRESTON Steam hented; hot
and cold water, every room, new
I aLd modern; 5"c and up. Tv.-entv-fifth
street, opposite Clt park
OGDEI JUNK HOUSE if you have
any I ind of Junk, phone us up, we
will call for it. Bell phone, 325-K,
1 Ino , 725.
WE suggest Photos for your friends.1
! Bring the kiddles for postcard
photos. Expert work, nothiu;; else,
Crawshaw Studio, Upstairs, 219 25th
Woodmen of the World Weber
Weber Camp No. 74, meets In K. of
, P. hal In the Utah National ban
building o'.ery Thursday evening at S
O'clock. i-.ltin- Woodmen lordlully
Invited to attend Fred E. Williams.
C. (J . ID, Auth, Clerk, First National
I Queen City RelM.'ah Lodge, No. 4.
I. O. O F , meets second and fourth
I Frldav evenings St Odd Fellows hall
j Visiting mmibers inlted. Anna
Kissel. V fi Emma Meld. Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St
Royal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fridays at S p. m . at
Union Labor hall. Visiting members
cordially invited Ajudrow W Nelson,
, P. Win. Huller, Sec. and Tieas.,
2582 Washington Av.
C D. IVES, 380 Twenty -fifth St
PAINTING, paperhanging a id tinting
Y den Hoi tog, phore 571-R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERN LUND, Physician and
Surreon Office hours 11 to 4 p m.
New Peerv Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phone
19f:-W Residence phone 2129 -W 646
Wosl ington avenue 6-11-tf
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work 2405 Wash Phone S50.
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 454.
or mail card If you wish us to call
with samples Off ice. Spargo's.
CITY SCAVENGER. McCarty & Co..
2728 Grant Bell phone 2018-W.
NEW AND SECCND HANO furniture.
lothlng and hoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks .ind suitcases
cheap. A Slner, I'hone 1321. 179 1-2
Tvs nt fifth SL 6-13-lyr
1 X L FURNITURE store, 2227 Wash
ington ave.; L'd-hand furniture of
all kinds bought and sold; prices
which no other store can equal.
SHOE REPAIR SHOP.
M. ROSENBERG, 2r,4 25th st.; all
work done by hand and fuliy guar
anteed, machinery cuts and ruins
24G6 Grant. Step around the corner
and take a shot. hno
RIGHT NOW give your heatlUR
stoves a thought then Summerlll.
2304 Washington Avc.
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs Smith.
Phone 661 -W.
! TAILORING AND DRY CLEANING
NYLANUKR P.ROS Tailors, clean
ing, pressing and repairing. Phone
342-J. Office 3CS 24th St 1-4-lmo
TAILORING, DRY CLEANING
C. A. EKLUN1), Tailor. Cleaning. Re
pairing I'patairs. '.'465 Wash. Ave.
'hone 848 W 12-80-lmo
"ELECTRIC SANTOS" for hire. Try
one tor a dny, $1 delivered. Elec
tric Service- Co.. phone S8. 12-6-lmo
VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J. J M KINNON. 2202 Wash. Ave. Car
riage and Auto painting.
E. A. RUN DY, D. V. S. Phons 828
Office and Hospital, 2151 Washington
Knights of Pythias- Ogden Lode
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meet?
Castle hall, Utah National bank tn I
Ing, every Monday evening. Ml t of
P b' requested to meet with US Geo.
M Hart. C C W tl Kind, M Of ES,
w L Underwood, K. ot r & s
Modem Woodmen of America -Utah
Camp IJO- 9990 meets every lirst
and third TueSdS) evening at 8 o'clock
at K of P. hr.H, Twent j -t'uurf h and
Washington avenue. Visiting mem
bers invited. A. G. Jones, Consul J
ll Bhafer, Clerk.
Brothei hood of American Yomon
Ogden Homestead, No. 1605, meets on
2 and 4 Tuesdaj evening at K P
: hall. lsiling Archers aro tordially
invited to meet with UH - S
O'Brien. Foreman. 3528 Crammcrcy
avenue I A. Junk, Correspondent.
U N I O N ( jjffl- A BE L
GtJOD j;irl Vor general bouse work. I
2350 Adams. Mrs Albert Scowciofi.
A GOOD girl with refereuee can get;
good wages at 2341 Adams
LADY canvassers. Arabian Tea Im
lorting Co. phone 110. 2370 Wash
YOUNG ladles wanted to train at
Berges hospital. 210C Wash 11-30-tf
EXPERIENCED nurse. 20G4 Jeff
DRESSM -KING Reasonable, prices
1454-J. 278 22d sL 10-29-lmo
TO THE Business Men, Housewives
Sanitary Garbage and Waste Paper
Co., is now prepared to furnish ou
a sanitary can. haul your waste pa
per and garbage. Office 2438'
Wash Prices reasonable Phono 620
A GOOD CANVASSER WANTED
A MAX who can furnish his own
conveyance for canvassing in the
country can find employment If he
Is willing to hustle. Must be able to
tuni'sh good reference as to houesty
and faithfulness. Address, "Hustler,
care of The Evening Standard." in
your own hand writing; giving age
and experience had as a canvasser;
staling the lowest possible salary to
begin on Don't ask for an interview,
tell your story in writing If It Im
presses me I will ask for an inter
view Hustler, care of The Evening
AT YOUR AGE. YOUNG MAN If
you are between 17 and 26 you are
at the most important age of youi
life the age of making vour decision
Are you going to pontpone decid
ing on a permanent, beneficial life
rtrork, or will you drift on from pil
lar to post, sticking to nothing and
getting no permanent good out ol
Unless you have made a firm de
cision on something you intend to
make your life work, Investigate the j
I United States Navy
Pour years In the Vrny will build
you up a fine physique and will train
you in sell-reliance and discipline.
This training will stand by you to
the end of your life
it' you show spei is I iptltuds the
Navy may teach ou soine valuable,
trade that will make you a fine liv
ing, even if you don't stay in the
Call at the nearest Nav3 Recruit
ing Station 2610 Washington avenue.
Ogden, Utah, and find out about
Navy pay. hours promotion, training
companionshipi the 50 different
trades, chances to seo the world, and
to lay by money.
Or write for Interesting free book,
4The Making of a Man-o'Warsman," J
v bit ii describes in Bimple language
and clear pictures the dall) life of
tbe enlisted men
dress Bureau of Navigation, Box
355 Savy Department, Washington,
AGENTS EARN $6 TO $10
DAILY; new special v. needed In ev
. home Send for catalogue and
, sample Oscar W. Olson Co .
R p n , No I, Easl Garfield, Utah
SELL groceries direct to farmers In
your community for the largest
wholesale bouse selline; direct b nam
pies; a.ll goods guaranteed Drop
shipments or car load; permanent
po itions worth $35 to 8100 per week
and up; liberal terms; ;io refer
ences Address Depl c. Hitchcock
Hill & Co.. Chicago.
VMBITIOUJB S S m E3N, neal ap
i)earano0 call on Merchants in their
territory; elesant Bidellne, convenient
,,, , an v Rpd commissions, prompt
remittance. Hp'111""' Mfg. Co., Cin
i cinnatl, O.
THREE furnished rooms housekeep
ing 2137 '!: 1-3-lwkJ
NICELY furini. . . 5 and 3-rooml
apartment, 6trl tlj modern, ideal lo-'
cation; no children 2J4L Adams.
1 i RNISHED . ooms for housekeeping
:'L'd ldmoln ave l-S-ti
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms,
strictly modern. 509 22ml St.
2 BURNISHED housekeenlng rooms.
$10.00. 2946 Childs Ave. Phone
R(X)MS for light housekeeping, lights,
bath and gns. 2613 Wash 1-2-lwk
THREE furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, with bath. 4C6 22d.
MODERN housekeeping rooms; rea
sonable. 2759 Grant Ave 12-30-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms Kas. bath,
also sleeping rooms 427 24th st
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 2:;r,3 Mon
roe ave. 12 -29-1 mo
FOR RENT Furnisben, new, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms. 2
vk. up 536 31st st. 3-13-lyr
FURNISHED and unturnlbhed Hats
i 2J34 Grant 3-26-6mo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpheum Hotel.
Phone 1978. 9-6-tf
ROOMS for housekeeping L'tahna.
P'REE bath; prices moderate, must
be rented. 2403 Washington Ave
BOARD AND ROOM.
BOARD with or without room 2258,
4- ROOM brick house: barn and i -1-lar-
large lot. Applv 315 12th St.
ONE 5-room modern; also one 3
room house 8603 Wash. U-27-lwk
ONE 4-room house, $10 a month Call
phone 967. 12-6-tt
5- ROOM modem house Apply Dr.
C-ROOM modern, brick house. 579
24th St Applv Horockg Bros.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS
Store room and blacksmith shop to
let. Inquire Badger Coal & Lumber
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE
HIGH class farm laud WedH!
5-ROOMS, modern, fine location. On
tho Bench 972 23rd. Phone 2258-R
MODERN housekeeping apt , bath.
gas range, disappearing beds;
cheap 2266 Washington ave.
MADAME YOGIS, the greaiesi fore
Beer, astrologist, palm and card
readei. Tall and be convinced 150
26th St 1 Grande Cottage. 1-1-lwl-
I WOULD lihe to pee tbe cas of
rheumatism 1 cannot cure. F J
Freenor, D. C, Chiropractor, room
14 "111 Washington av Phone 811. (
THE parties who ha- losl a young I
Hereford steer will please commun
icate with the Superintendent of the
I tah State school tor the Deaf and
HOME FOR SALE
new brick bungalow; bargain; eaaj
lerm5. C. O lvc$, 380 25th St. lmo I
- 1 H
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
IRON block and tackle with long oae- H
inch rope. Inquire at Standard )H
Office. I m
Fl'RNITl "RE of ; rooms ioi houHc- iiiH
keeping, including piano and .-?ew '
Inp machine 2:)d 24th St 1-4-lwk JH
ADVANCE Poultry Yards. Are now
booking orders for incubators and 'H
biooderr.; day old chicks. C. W.
tfpolt, Prop:, 1521 Odeu Ave. l-4-lwlt
KINDLING wood. Yard ou Hudson ll
Ave., bet. 28rd and 24th St. Phone H
GOOD Cutter for sale cheap; also
housekeeping rooms for rent. Phonu
ONE 7-passenger fore-door touring H
car, 1911 model; electric side and H
I. ill lights, newly painted and over- Jl
hauled; bargain if taken at once, sell
or trade J W. Nlckson, Becraft gar- H
age. Phone 604. 12-13-tt
PINE violin; new and old, at ex
tremely low prices. Cash or install- H
' men if Pantone, 425 32nd SL H
PIANOS and players at lowest po 1
ble prices. Pantone, 425 32nd SL
GOOD dairy cows at Bingham Feed VH
yards, 225 24th st Phone 229. fiH
Blackman ec Tounc, props. Vard oien H
day and night. 11-22-tf H
GOOD cheap lumber 214 27th St. iH
LOST Eye glasses in case, at Orphe- H
um or on Washington ave car New H
Year's day. Finder please phone 1129.
LOST Purse containing garnet ring, V
on Washington ave. bet. Union Tea H
Co and ( arver's grocery store Re- H
turn to Standard office. Reward H
MONEY TO LOAN iH
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate It
A. Purdy. J3rd and Wash. ave. H
MONET TO LOAN on real '-state;
$100 up; real estate contracts and H
mortgages bought and sold H
BICH9EL INVEST-MENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave, Room 11 H
MONEY to loan on watches, dia- H
monds, jewelry, firearm, etc. Un-
cle Sam's Loan Office., established H
1S85. The Money Lenders of Ogden. IH
278 25th st. C. H. Smith, Prop 1
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You
can get it today. Cheapest rates, H
I best and umst jr I vate terms In Utah-
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst IHI
MORTGAGE LOANS on Improved
farm or city property. HUNTER A
KENNEDY, a02 First National bldg. H
MONEY to loan on real estate secur-
ity. J. J Brummltt 4-27-tl H
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS HH
jIDS come runnln 3-10c. Girls take H
'em half rio Ma u 'White- H
house" hath tub, $23 lvord and any- H
thing Tel. 333-W l-3-ti
NH ELY furnished room, by younj jH
lady, near business portion of city
Address N. F. care Standard. 1-2-lw H
W NTED Curtains to Latmdry. H
'hone 1641-W. 3207 Wash Ave jH
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
FOUR-ROOM modern hous.- on leff- H
large lot at a bargain. Alec H
nine-room house one Mock from Wash- H
ington on bench at half price. Call at H
(1 2630 danis, or phone M
B-ACRE3 chicken and fruit ranch neai
town; good plant cheap; $1,00C
cash, balance long time low interest M
r D IVES, ::-') Twenty-fifth St M
W'll L BUILD HOME lo suit eustomer 1
Price reasonable. Location ideaJ BiiiiiiH
Ka8y payments. No commissions iH
Rvrvthlnc fo customer's advantage H
WANTED REAL ESTATE 'M
TO BUY 4 or 5 room bouse on easj
terms. Address J. D.. can- Stand