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THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5 1913. .
I fSALT LAKE
kJ MILLER DIE6 AS
; RESULT OF BURNS
Salt Lake Feb 6 I feel I will
see my Olpa pretty soon now I am
bo weak I have waited for her
through sunehlno. through rain,
through fire, but now I know I will
i ee her pretty soon."
Sl I Ander6 Johan Miller, aged recluse,
1 who received terrible burns in his
hermitage. 343 Eleventh East street
while attempting to save the mem en -R
toes of his sweetheart said his last
jr prayer at the county infirmary yes-
Iterday afternoon, calling upon the sea
to gUe back his true love.
For thirty years Miller had pray
ed almost incessantly for the return
of Olga Hanson, who was burled at
sea while on her journey from Swe
den to Join him in New York When
JS the liner docked the captain inform
ed Miller of his sweetheart's death
W Miller returned to Salt Lake, and. be
lieving he could make the sea give
,f up his sweetheart by constant pray
er, built a little home which he kept
beautifuly decorated for her.
.. On the night of January 17 sparks
from a slove set fire to the decora
tions. Miller battled with the flames
until he stumbled over the threshold
and fell unconscious Into the street
He waR removed to Holy Cross hos
pital, where he commenced improv
rTR lng. About ten days ago he wa6 re
moved to the Infirmary. He escaped
jvrt,. from this institution by leaping out
ica; of r second story window hile at-
re 2 tired In night clothe6. Seating hlm-
tiiu on shelf of a railroad switch
and wrapping a sheet about his body,
i? he badly tightened several switch-!
Jg Miller was returned to the county
iS, infirmary. He died at 3:10 o'clock
tt(, yesterday afternoon.
exi V Funeral services will be held at 1
2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the
io '-' mortuary chapel of Undertaker Jo-
Ql " seph William Taylor. Bishop Edwin
ui S. Sheets of the Thirty-third ward will
, Miller was born in Sweden July 4,
rtj SMILES AT ARREST
iKjj Salt Lake, Feb 5. A Quarrel, said
to have started over a gambling debt
. fv. of $G0, culminated in a Japanese pool
... J hall at the corner of First South and
Fourth West streets lat night, when
T. Najshi, a lapanese, opened fire on
G Nakahara another Jap. with an
automatic pistol, and succeeded in
hitting him four times before N'aka
hara could get out of range. The
. , wounded man is in St. Mark's hospi
tal, while the man who operated the
gun is in the cit jail booked upon an
, open charge.
Of the four bullets that struck the
man fired upon, one entered the right
side of his chest, penetrating the lung
one penetrated the back near the
right kidney, the third was In tho
left upper 'arm and the fourth in the
left hand. Dashing out of the door,
the wounded man ran about a hun
dred paces north along the railroad
track on Fourth West street, and fell.
He was taken to the emergency hos
pital at police headquarters and at
tended by Dr H. B Sprague. who
later had him removed to St. Mark's
Nayshi was arrested by Sergeant
Tom Simpson and Patrolmen II A
Olssen and A. C Hnshands He show .
ea not the slightest agitation, and
smiled pleasantly when givinc his
name to the desk sergeant at police
headquarters Three cartridge shells
were picked up in the pool hall b
Patrolman Olsen and found to fit the
automatic pistol with which the shoot
ing is said to hae been clone Two
bullets were found tn hae penetrat
ed the wall of the room
After his arrest last night. Nayshi
said that Vakahara had repeatedly
threatened his life, and that he fired
upon Nakahara because he thought
the latter had entered the pool hall
with the intention of killing him.
Friends of the prisoner called upon
Attorney S A Kmc last night with a
view to retaining him, and Mr. King
visited Naysh In his cell
Xayshi came recently from Bing
ham, and it Is said intended to go to
Helper this morning to find work
Though damzero'isly wounded, it was
thought last night that Nakahara had
a chance to recover.
PRINCE DEAL WILL
i FOLLOW SCHEDULE
i Salt Lake. Feb, 5 Charles E. Knox,
president of the Montana -Tonopah
g company and a director of the Prince
t'onsouldated company. arried In the
sw city Tuesday morning for the pur
pose of holding a series of confer
ences with the Knight interests in
relation to a number of Nevada min
ing propositions in which they are
Among these propositions is the Au
rora Consolidated fompany where the
W owners are pushing ahead deep de
ll) velopment operations, providing drain
age facilities and outlining plans for
i- a 500 ton concentrating plant which
will be Installed as quickly as all the
mechanical details are arranged sat
It Is not likely that Mr Knox will
release any Interesting Information
V 'his visit in regard to the Prince Con
solidated company The present man
agement, he stated yesterday, was
concerning at present with operating
'-he property, and not in the stock
market The date upon which the
next step binding or releasing the
new owners of control in the Prince
Consolidated matter Is scheduled, ac
cording to the original contract, for
Feb. 15. and It is not likely that Mr.
Knox and associates will cross this
00 ravine until the bridge is built.
He made it plain when seen that
1 be had nothing to give out for pub
f llcation at this time about the Prince
Conscolidated except that develop
ment and production at the mine were
being carried forward aloDg the en
ergetic lines originally determined upon.
Chicago, Feb 5. 'That seems to
be a nice, warm overcoat you are
wearing, old top," observed one of
two highwaymen who hold up and
gU rohbed J. H. Hamilton of Billings.
Mont , early toda as ho descended
from an eleated train in the down
town district "Be a good sport and
take It off; can't you see I'm shiv
With a big revolver poked against
his ribs Hamilton decided to give up
the coat The robbers also tooy. $160
0 from the Monianan. He ag given a
. breakfast at a nearby police station.
Want advertisements cosx one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 centi per
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
' 2f cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
five avr-age words make a iine. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advanc. No exceotlon to this
GOOD woman or girl for cook. 2o
Lincoln 2 5-1 wit
for general housework 2729
Washington ave. Tel 1862 -W.
W aNTED Woman or girl to take
care of a baby. Apply 179 25th.
2 3 1 wk
OlRl, for general housework In
quire 2S03 Grant 2-1-lwk
WANTED GlH for housework; good
wages. 860 23rd St. 2-1-lwk
ANY lady can earn $40.00 monthly,
copying letters, spare lime at home
Booklet 10 cents in silver Tells how.
American copying association, Wash
ington, D C.
EXPERIENCED girl for gen. house
work, family of 3. Tel. 818 2609
LADY to do alierations in suit de
partment. Horrocks Bros.
2.50 PER DY; one woman In each
town to distribute free circulars
and take orders for concentrated fla
voring in tubes. D. B McCurdv to.
Como bldg , Chicago l-2n-lmo
LADY canvassers.' Arabian Tea Im
porting Co, phone 110, 2370 Wash
TO THE Business Men Housewives
Sanitan Garbage and Waste Paper
Co.. is now prepared to furnish vou
a sanitary ran. haul your waste pa
per and garbage Oflice 2438
Wash. Prices reasonable. Phone 620.
POSITION for experienced bookkeep
er who it permanent Ij located,1
best of references given; can keep
books for small business at night. X
37, Standard. 2-4-lwk'
M AN w ho understands dairy cows to j
lake farm on shares. W. B Wedell, !
ANY ambitious young man who over
looks the United States Navy with
out investigation, may be neglecting
one of his best opportunit lee D life
If jrou yourself do not know all the
facte about thp Navy s 50 different
trades. Nav pay. hours, promotion,
training, chances to travel and to save I
money coll at Navy Recruiting Sta
tion, 2510 Washington Avenue, Op
den, Utah, and get the truth first
hand from officers there Or write!
for interesting free book. The Mak
ing of a Man-o'-Warsman. " Simple
language. Clear pictures Mall pos;
card to Bureau of Navigation. Box
Navj Department, Washington,
MAN who understands fruit culture :
S B edell. 2-4-lmo
SALESMAN, with entry to depari
tnent store, drug and grocery store
buyers, to sell the most successful
chocolate cand specials on the mar
ket 40c goods to retail at 25c Stu
pendous sales In big stores all over
t hr count r Made by ihe most BCleD
tlflc factory In America. State exper
lence and pive reference. Address
Sunda Ef Candy Co.. 101 Cheapside.
THE LINK NI THE TIME
Sell groceries and prousions to
farmers and oth-r large consumer
Now booking orders for spring deliv
ery. Superior goods. commissions
advanced; exclusive territory. Spien
did opening for honest energetic men
Write today for particulars.
JOHN SEXTON & CO.. WHOLESALE
GROCERS. IMPORTERS. MAN
UFACTLRERS. CHICAGO. ILL.
SELL groceries direct to farmers in
your community for the largest
wholesale house selling direct by sam
ples; all gooda guaranteed Drop
shipments or carload, permanent po
sitions worth 535 to $100 per week
and up. liberal teriU6. give refer
ences Address Dept C. Hitchcock
Hill & Co, Chicago
WANTED- Traveling men who are
making small tow us and cross road
stores to handle our new and up-to-date
pocket side line Pays a m
mission of $4 .no per order A win
ner For full particulars address
Burd Mfg Co.. 212 Slgel St., Chicago
Ambitious salesmen, neat appear
ance, call on merchant In their terri
tory elegant wldelln. convenient to
carry; good commissions prompt re
mittance. Belmont Mfg Co.. Cincin
TWO or three Rood salesmen for best
light investment proposition on the
market Also good City real estute.
salesmen Call on H M Monson The
Land Man" 2-1-lwk
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms, 52
wk. up 536 81s( St. S-13-lyr
THREE unfurnished rooms or house
of 3 or 4 rooms. Call 482-J. 2-5-2t
TWO furnished housekeeping roomr;
electric light and gas 2370 Lincoln
ave 2 1-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms gas. bath;
also sleeping rooms 427 24th st
2 1 lwk
THREE furnished housekeeping
rooms cheap. Call evenings or Sun
day 2816 Hudson 2-llmo
FURNISHED aDd unfurnished flats.
2f.34 Grant. 3-26-6mo
ROOMS for housekeeping. Utahna.
A JAPANESE business man wants a
modern furnished room in private
family S Mlyasaki, box 418, city.
FOR man and wife modern Ad
dress W. S., care Standard
BOARD AND ROOM.
GOOD board and rooms at 526 25th st.
CAN take 1 or 2 ladies with or with
out board; use of house, piano;
front room, terms reasonable. 948
Capitol ave. 1-31-lwk
TWO unfurnished modorn rooms for
two people. W. Care of Standard.
MODERN five-room furnished house
2712 Lincoln ave 2-5-1 wk
FIVE-ROOM modern house. 412 Her
rick. 822-.I 1-31 -tf
6-ROOM modern brick, fine location
on bench , gas, porches.
C. D. IVES, 330 25th St.
C-ROOM modern, close in; desirable
C D. IVES, 3S0 25th St.
MODERN housekeeping apt., bath
gas range. disappearing beds,
cheap 2266 Washington ave
FOR RENT OFFICES
ONE office room, second floor; steam
heal. central location, $12 per
month Tel 609 L-29-tf
S C. White Legnorus Brown Leg
horns. Place your order now for baby
chicks We guarantee satisfaction
Write for price list Orland Hatchery,
On.ind Glenn Co, Cal. l-ll-.5mo
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
BLACKSMITH shop, tools material.
for sale; will trade for other prop
erty C Nielsen. 12lh and Washing
ton ave.. Ogden 2-5-lmo
20 SHARES .lames Coal & Ice Co
stork cheap H. Brummell, Hel
ena Hotel. 2-3-lwk
' SECOND-HAND, four-drawer card
index cabinet Inquire at the
Standard Business Office and see it
GOOD work horse, harness, wagon, a
few tools, about 30 potato sacks and
22 rifles, cheap Roy Smith Box 46.
Route 4, Riverdale. 1-31-lwk
SLIGHTLY used high-grade piano for
sale cheap. O. J Stihvell, Tel lojs
or 11. 1-28 tf
THOROUGHBRED Poland China
boar 886 12th st 1 27-lmo
IRON block and tackle with long one
Inch rope. Inquire at Standard
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
e.. hot. 23rd and 24th Sta, Phono
FI LL sized ink barrels, $1 00 apiece,
MONEY TO LOAN
LOANS on improved farm or city
property. Hunter a; Kennedy, 423
24th it., opposite court house
MONEY to loan on teal estate H
A. Purdy, 2178 Washington ave., 2d
I Monev to loan on city and tarm
I property. Kh amount, no dola
Matbews-Mcf 'ulloch Co.. under First
' National bank Phone 301 -W
! MONEY TO LOAN on real estate;
$100 up, real estate contracts and
morigages bought and sold
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO..
2411 Washington Ave., Room 11.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds. Jewelry, firearms, etc Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
! 1885. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th it C. H. Smith, Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can got it today. Cheapest rates.
', best and mo8t private terms In L tau
D. D Drake, over Poiu Hurst.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J Brummltt. 4-27-tf
LOST 1 brown mare about 1,100;
while saddlo marks on sides. 8 yr!
old. i bi.uk goiding, close roached
mane Reward Corey Livery, phone
FARM TO TRADE
FARM near town for house, close in
I C D. IVES, 380 25th St. l-16-lyr
FOR JtENTjOR SALE
The land in Moslda by the Iake
Come and see Ihe soil at H ,in
Rraak s 3272 Stephens ave
An kind of property here at Og
jden, lots, houses, etc.
Loans and Fire Insurance
One new frame house, three rooms,
rlothcs closet and pantrv Lot 37x
145 ft ; Citj water Only $550 Phone
4S2 W 2-5-lmo
CCRTA1NS done up. Mrs Knight,
WANTED Family washing. Tele
phone 2191-R 2-3-lmo
CURTAINS done up. Mrs. Knijrht
CURTAINS laundered. Phone 1644
W. 1-20-1 mo
WANTED TO BUY
WE WANT quirk a good four-room
bouse and small lot Ualhewa-Mc-Culloch
Co. Under First National
Bank. Phone 301-W 1-29-tf
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FIVE-ROOM cottage 771 24th b1
2 6 lmo
HOME FOR SALE Part down, the
balance to suit purchaser, 100 feet
front. 5 rooms, cellar wator in the
bouse, stable and chicken house ber
ries and fruit trees; about one blo k
from street car. price $1,700 e'
xel Lindstrom. care Paine & Hurst
FIVE-ROOM MODERN house 432
Herrifk Cheap if sold at once. Iu
quire 313 27th St., or S22-J.
PEOPLE have wished that some one
would build homes on the install
ment plan that would suit their idea
of a home That is exactly what I am
doing My customers will all tell you
that thev are more than pleased. Cnn
I prodm e belter evidence of the fact?
R C M( Bride. Modern Home Builder
807 20th St. Phone 1427. 1-27-lino
TWO genuine bargains A nice 4
room cottage on bench; will sell
1 cheap on monthly payments, or trade
' for good building lots, inquire 2411
Washington ave room 11 8-room
modern brick house; cement cellar;
barn and outbuildings, all in good
condition, lot 106x200 feet, with wa
ter right, all improvements in and
paid for; this is well located and a
j snap at $4,600 E w Cannady, 2411
, Washington ave, room 11 1-31-lwk
j FIVE-ROOM house; good lot. reason
able Inquire at 337 22nd St
BY owner, 3 choice lots; best loca
tion on bench; snap if taken at
once. Phone 2010-J 2527 Gramercy
j BEST LOTS in the City. F. Hender
shot, under Ut. Nat 1 Bank Phone
PI RNISH LOT A n location. Build
to suit customer Monthly pay
ments Phone 1127.
MODERN HOMES; perfect beauties.
easy terms; ideal locations Phono
4 ACRES chicken or fruit ranch on
car line; modern house. 1st water
risht line plant well equipped. Rr-adv
to atari hatching Call I C. Parr,
East of Ice House on Canyon Car line
NEW brick bungalow- bargain easv
terms C. D. IVES, 380 25th St.
FARMS FOR SALE
FIXE farm of 23 acres; good house.
barn, etc ; all farm implements;
half block from school, church and
store, cheapest buy in the county,
only $3,400 "We rnt houses.' II.
, M. Barrows Co, 24C4 1-2 Washing
I ton ave. Tel 43, l-21-7t
WANTED Dressmaking by the day
or week Phone 2111.1 1-22 tf
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
I ATTORNEYS !
LAWYER O'COIWOLLY, (over Nye'J
Clothing Storo.) 241J Wash ase.
j E. T HULANISKI. First National
Bank bldg, J2-11-U'
BILLIARDS AND POOL,
BAKER'S Billiard Rooms removed
from 32G 25th at to 2452 Grant
ave Wc have the best tables and I
cues in the state Tables Tor sale,
and repairing done. Agent ior tho
Meuu Billiard Co of Milwaukee
I WILSON Book and loose leaf de
vice manufacturer I'pstalrs 2465
W.ish Phone $50 12-30-imo;
a,v; ETJLliPBN Phone h:. for up
taoieterlnt;. mattress making, re
' itretehlng of gprinp
P, I FREENOR. Graduate Chiroprac
tor iucurables and ImihI. (rou
bles nu specialty Consultation free
Rooms 13-14. 2411 Washington Ave, j
m yourself for busmet-s
i SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL j
I Practical business cour&td. 1
ELEC VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC "Santos" rented. 30c per1
hour Delivered anrl railed for
Electric Service Co.. Phone 88.
DR. J H. CARTER. J366 Washington
ave., office phon 1782 res 391-M
Massage, electric and vibrator treat-'
ment for the cure of rheumatism, pa
ralysis, nervous troubles. 12-2-lyr
EXPERT 8HOa REPAIRING
EXPERT I 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
FR A NK HEM DERS1 10T, under Utah
National bank Phone '322-J
OLD reliable companies that pa-..
C D IVES, Agent. ;;S0 2oth St.
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins'
dressea, work guaranteed. T. Ga- j
Jewsky. 375 23rd street
THE CRESTON Steam heated; hot
and cold water every room, new
and modern; 50c and up. Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If ou have
any kind of junk, phone us up We
will call for it. Tel. 210
C D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St
PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting
Y den Hoitog, phore 571-R.
FAMES THOMPSON Expert paper
cleaning, rough and painted walls
and burlap. All work guaranteed
Phone 1168 2341 Jackson avenue
WE suggest Photos tor your Iriendv
Bring the kiddies lor postcard
photos Expert work, nothiu else
Crawshaw Studio, Lpslairs, 21CJ 25th
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FF.RNLUND, Physician and
Surreon Office hours 11 u 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg . Hudson Ae PhODo
I9C;-W. Residence phone 2129-W 64C
Was) ington avenue 6-11-tf
THREE things we lalm Proiup1
ness, good work; low prices Den
kers & Son, phone 1850-W Printers
2349 Washington Ae. lyet us figuie
with you If we print the first job
for ou, it will not be the last one.
Bound to please. Established in 1900.
G B DENKERS & SON I nlon
Printers, stationery, wedding stock,
etc, 2:;4'. 1-2 Wash Ave Upstairs,
WOODY PRINTING 0 We do good
work, 2465 Wash ave. Phone 850
UGUEN STAMP WORKS phono 4 31.
or mail iard if you wish us io call
with samples (N) Office Spargo's.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCart) & Lo .
272S Grant. Bell phone 'JOlai-W
NEW AND SECOND HAN O furniture,
lothlng and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, alo tiunks md suitcases
cheap A Siner. Phone 1221 179 1-2
Tw -nt- -fifth St. 6-13-lyr.
1 X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wash
ington ave, 2d-hand lurnlture of
all kinds bought and sold; prices
which no other store can equal.
WATER Jackets for all ranges. No
one yet has Informed us of one of
ours ever causing any serious trou
ble Sumraerlll's stove repa'i house.
2304 Washington Tel 364 1-S-tf
SWITCHES reducer! price Combings
made In switches C E Lee, pu
26th St 1-31-lmo
SP1RELLA CORSET. Mrs Smith
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NYLANDER BROS -Tailors, clean
ing, pressing and repairing Phone
S42-J. Office 36S 24th St. 1-4-lmo
VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J. J M'KINNON. 2202 Wash. Avo. Car
riage and (L) Auto painting.
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phona 828.
Office and Hospital, 215C Wasbinston
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No 4 O E S regular meetings held
ai Masonic bal on Washington
between 25th and 2tJth sis. the first
and third Fridays 01 eaeh month So
journing members cordially invited to
attend Fannie M Whlttenaore, W
M.; Callio E. Cave. Secretary
Unity Lodge No 18 P. A M
Masonic Temple. 25o0 Waahlngton
uenue Meetings every Wednesday
eening at 7 30 o'clock. Member., ol
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordlallv invited to attend. S W
Wherry? W M. Felix T. Moore. Sec
Money in Real Estate I I
Anyone can see an opportunity R -
After the other fellow has gotten in made big money i .
Ogden Real Estate is the best investment you can make to- 1 ' I '
We have several 5-room modern pressed brick houses close S
in-will sell for $2,500.00 and also 5-room modern frame I 1
houses, sell for $2,000.00. 'ft'
We will sell you a home on monthly payments. A vacant K
lot on the corner of 28th and Williams avenue, worth at least i K
450 00, will sell for $275 00, and vacant lo- in any location on m
easy terms. E
A 4-room frame house, pantry and Clothes closet, will sell V'
for $800.00$50.00 down and $15.00 per month. 1
I See CARL C. RASMUSSON I I
'hone 115 REAL ESTATE 350 24th St. H
Women of Woodcraft Og'len Cir- i
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday I
night at 7 ;:u o'clock, K of P ball.
i i'ing neighbors invlced. Hues can
bo paid to Dr Alice M Ridge. M. D.,
57-nS Lewis block Addie Baker, O.
N.. 130 W. 27th St. Marie Crites, Clerk,
ir 7 J l Monroe avenue.
Sego Lily Circle No 174 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday J
uigbts at 8 p m.. in I. O O. F ball !
Visiting neighbort cordially Invited
Mary E. Blixt, G N.. 451 3lBt St. Kate
Hoymau. Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
No. 1, L. O T. M , meets every
first and third Thursday evenings at
S o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles' hall. 2411 Hudson ave Vis
iting members cordially '.nvited to at
tend, lvcitbryn Kggloston, L. C. L
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Fraternal Order ol Eagles Ogden
aerie No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall.
Hudson ave , at S o'clock. VUhing
brother Eagles are iuitcd to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
I at 11 a. m. J. W Griffin, W Presi
dent. Ei R Geiger. secretary. Dr C.
ES Wardleigh, Aerie Physician.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
f'rst and third Fridays at 8 p m . at
Union Labor hall. Visiting members
cordiallv nvited Andrew W. Nelson,
1 P. Wm Muller, Sec and Treas..
2682 Washington Ae.
Woodmen f the World Weber
Camp No 74 meets In K of P. hall in
the L'tah National bank building ev
erj Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Woodmen cordially invited
to attend. L. I. Smith, C C , E Auih.
Clerk, First National Bank building.
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge)
1 Xo 2, Knights ol Pythias, meets -it
I Castle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening. All K if
P 's are requested to meet wlih us W.
U Watson, C. C. W. G Kind. M of
E. ; W. L. Underwood. K of R & 9
Royal Neighbors ol America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nighis
of each month at 8 p. m. at the
Reese Howell ball. Visiting ueigh
i bors inv'ted. Dues can be paid to
1 Mrs Anna Ries-Kinley. M D.. room
' 21 Lewis, block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle. L948 Jackson Lillian Newton.
Recorder. 27th and Quincy. j
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No 121S. Order of Owls, meets ev
ery Friday evening in their own hall
! (the old Elk club rooms) at 8
O'clock Visiting Brother Owls are in-
ited to attend the nest meetings ..
!c. Eramett. President. J. Oliver, Sec
retary. 231 Twenty -fifth street.
Brotherhood of American Yoemen
Ogden Homestead, No 1505. meets on
2 and 4 Tuesdaj evening at K. P.
hall. Visiting Archers are cordlallv
united to meet with us. W. S
0 Brien. Foreman. 2538 Grammercy
avenue J A. Junk, Correspondent,
Modern Wooumtn ol America I
Utah Camp ..o 9990 meets every l irst j
and third Tuesday eveniug at 8 o'clock,
at K. of P. hell, Twenty fourth aud
Washington avenue. Visiting mem
bers invited A G. Jones. Consul. J.
H Shafer. Clerk
Queen City Rebekah Lodk-e No. 4,
1 O O. F. meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting meinbors Invited. Lula Claud
man, N. G.; Emma Meid. Recordulg i
Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street
Notice Is hereby gives that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders ot
the Mount Hood Railroad company
will be held at the company's office,
u U6 Twenty-fourth street, in 03
den City, Utah, on Monday. February
3, 1913, at 2 o'clock p. m . for iho
purpose of electing a board of direc
tors for tho ens I iK ar .:r1 trans
icting such oth business as iLay
properlv come before the meeting.
HENRY H. ROLAPP
Secret y Mount Hood R R Co.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice if hereby given by tho
Board of Commissioners of Ogden,
City. Utah, of the intention of said.
Board lo make Ihe following describ
ed improvements, to-wit:
To create Van Buren Avenue from
26th to 27th streets, Patterson avenue
from Washington lo Grant avenues
1 Lincoln avenue from 26th to 27ih
streets, as a sewer district, and 10;
build therein pipe sewers, connecting j
with Ihe manholes of the present sew
er system and with such other man
holes as may be necessary, and to de
fray the whole oC the com thereof.1
estimated at 12,750:00, b a local as-,
sessment on the lols or pieces of
ground lying and heme within the
lollowin district, beni;-' the district1
lo b benefited or affected 1 ?aid lm Ij
nrovements, vis.: i
All the land lying between the out
er boundar lines of said street and
avenues, and a line drawn 132 f I
outward Horn and parallel to the said
outer boundary lines
All protests and objections to ihw.
carrying out of such Intention muai
be presented in writing to ihe Or -Recorder
on or before Mi 20th 'I .
of February, ivi3, ai 10 o'clock a. m.,J
that belnt; the time set for said Board
of Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may I
be made thereto, at the Mayor's of- !
flee, at the City Hall, Ogden Citv f
By order of the Board of Commls
P Ogden City, Utah. K
Dated chls 2Sth day of January
1913.. I C NYE Mayor-Pro-tem I-
H. J CRAVEN, City Engireer F
Plrsl publication January 28, 1913. p
Last publication February 19. 1913 J
In the Municipal Court Within and f
lor the City of Ogden, County of We
her, State of Utah, Before Hon. w n
Reeder, Ir., Municipal Judge and E ip
On'icio Justice of tho Peace.
Joseph Wlllett. Plaintiff, va. Fred !
Hayter and Robert Churchill, doing 1
business under the firm name and P
style of Fred Hayter." Pefendants I
The State of Utah to Said Defend- F
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear before the above entitled court II
within ten (10) days after service of
this summons upon you. if served
within the county In which this ac
lion is brought, otherwise within
twenty (2U) days after this service,
and defend the ubove entitled action. T
In case of your failure to do so. judg
ment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the com- I
plaint in said action, which was filed
in said court on ihe 20th dav of Jan
oary, A D 1913.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Weber County. Greeting
Make legal service and due return
V. iiness Hon. W. H. Reeder, Jr.
Judge of said Court, with the Sea;
thereot". this 2nth dav of Januarv, 1913
(Seal.) I. N. FULTON. Clerk
FIRST NATIONAL I I
OF CGDEN, UTAH
U. S. DEPOSITARY
Capital $ 150,000.00
and surplus 350,000.00 Q
Ocposits 3,500,000 00 I
M. S Browning. Pres.; L. H I
Eccles, Vice Pres.; G- H. I
Tribe, Vicc-Pres.; John Wat- 9
son, Vlce-Pres.. John Pingree, I
Cashier, Jas. F. Burton, Asst. I
Phone 321. 408 25th Street
We have the largest van 'n rh
city. Quick service. Moving, ship
ping and handling planoB. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
ing a specUlty. Storage at reason
VIENNA CAFE j I
322 Twecty-fifth St
Special Dinner 25 I
Lunch from 11 e. m. to 4 p. m.
Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. 1
Lee and Foon, Managers
Palace Cafe I
Special Dinner . . 25c
Lunch from 11 a. m. t A p. m.
Dlnner from 4 p. m. to f p. m. :
TOM HOY, Mgr. 284 25th St 1
The Newport Cafe I
JIM, WONG-WE, Managers.
218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
Open Day snd Night,
Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats
I The Toggery H
Ogden 's "No Kick" Store I
n n J HI
3601 Washington Ave.
Direct Service on Juarez Races
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