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THE EVENING STANDARD, OWMlVTAK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913. - -
AT THE ORPHEUM.
There are no 'world-famous names
on the Orpheum bill which openc1
last night, but that doesn t detrac
from the merits of the show You can"
always Judge a vaudevlllo show bj
Of course. Jimmy Barry's uame ic
not unfamiliar to some of ue, and as
a headltner he won popularity, but
there are one or two others on the
program who may not be ao well i
known. butt who make the evening a
decidedly enjoyable one,
Jlmmie Barry'6 rube turn 1b bur
lesone all right, bat not bo much go
a b to be Billy. With Mrs. Barry the
sketch has the right sort of "go" to
St. Barry getB a lot of laughs with
bis clever characterization of the
country yokel who isn't 6 much of
reuben aB he first appearB and does
iome real acting. In theme it is not
new, bat juet the same It ie good vaudeville.
One of the prettiest acts of an egui
Ilbrlstlc nature aeon here this season
Is given by the Schmettane ClaBslc
posing and difficult balancing feats
win them applause and the feminine
member of the team has beauty of
face and form and rare muscular dp
veiopment. As a conclusion to their
act the girl hoists ber companion to n
hand-to-hand balance and walks off
stage with him. a feat which doesn t
look very easj considering the fact
that he probably weighs H55 pounds
Hopkins & Axtell have a travosty or
street car and Pullman life which is
funny. The latter Betting resembles
"Excuse Me" greatly, although the
lines are quite different Miss Axtell
helps cot a lot, too, with ber charm
Reese, the man of mystery, has
what he terms an adventure Into Hin
du spiritualism which In a way de
fies description By the use of a cab
Inet and despite the fact that he is
tied hand and foot to a chair by as
sistants recruited from the audience
he doffs and donB his coat more quick
ly than one of the recruits who is an
fettered csn do so. It is worth Bee
FlavIHa is an accomplished accor
dionist who doesn t depend on rag
time entirely to win favor. She playe
the sextette from "Lucia" and several
other numbers with good expression
and her other efforts took well.
While defying the laws of gravil
to some extent in hiB topsy-turvy
dancing act, Louis Stone had to pay
his respects to the altitude last night
at the conclusion of his turn. His
methods are novel and well carried
The Gordon boys have a conven
tlonal song and d;mce act Some
most intereeting pictures of current
events, notably racing between aero-1
plane motorcycle and automobile are
Bhown in the animated wc-ekh
Edgar Short's orchestra did itsell
proud by the careful rendition of a
portion of Mascagni'B opera, "('aval j
leria Rustlrana " during the intermission
AT THE OGDEN.
'Jim the Westerner." a play deal
Ing with the adventures of a young
man from the broad plains of the west
upon his visit to the east, was pre
spnted by the Arington stock companv
at the Ogden theater last evening apd
pleased the large audience that had
pothered to sec the Initial production
The play is powerful enough and con
tains sufficient climaxes to please lov
ers of melodrama Opportunities arc
presented during the four acts for the
ladles of the cast to display several
In the part of James Errol, Thomns
Pawley appears to excellent advan
tage, and excellent support is ghen
by Fritz Boon. Robert Pawley and
Frank Jonasson. Ab Jessie Deanes.
.hiyme Arington left a decidedly good
impression, while Florence Craig's In
terpretation of Mary Lawton pleased
the pla goers.
Commencing Sunday evening "The
Little Minister" will be presented by j
LABOR NEWS OF
In there were trade dis
putes In the United Kingdom, Involv
ing 961,980 workers, who loet 10,319,
591 working days
At the close of the old year the
United Mine Workers of America had
a pajd-up membership of JS0.965. The
prelous high record was on Novem-i
!er 80, when the paid up membership
Syracuse, N Y , is making prepara- I
tions for a union forward movement I
The compensation commission, j
created by the Inst general assembly
Of Missouri, has, after nearly two
years, completed the draft of a bill
which it will recommend to the legis
lature. No organization In New York ex
cept the Hotel Workers' union has
piven (he I W. W recognition so far,
and in an official statement iHsued by
it recently it was declared that there
had teen no affiliation
William D Huber, the retiring
president of the United Brotherhood
of Carpenters aud Joiners of Amer
ica, has served thirteen years and
four months When Mr Huber was
elected president of the brotherhood
it had a membership of only 32,000,
and about $20,000 In the treasury.
Todav the membership exceeds 250,
D00 and more than $300,0cm le In the
Efforts to secure the passage of a
law providing ior an olghl-bour day
foi all engineer! of the state of Wash
ington will he made at the proswm'
tiebsioii of the state legislature D)
members of the International Union
of Stessu Engineers.
Fifteen directors of the Unitrd
Charitie.- of Chicago, mo9t of ihrm
emplovers of labor, have adopted ior.
olutlont urging the leglBlatun- to ap
point a committee to investigate
wages aud working conditions and to
repon at the next session u (fell
considered bill establishing a mini
mum wage commission.
Claiming that motor trucks nrr op
erated by 'portable engines." and
that the American Federation of La
bor has ruled that Hoisting and
UortaPlc BnlgeneeN' uulon I OD
titled to jurisdiction over all portable
engines the San Francleeo union uow
insists 'hat the ruling of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor be enforced
Id that city.
Salaries of all municipal employes
of Evolcth. Minn, were recently
m raised Hi per cent.
Women teachers of Scotland arc
I campaigning for equal pay for equal
Want advertisements cost ne cent
per word each issue, or S cents Per
line of five words per day, so first
insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or mors lines per week at the rate of
2f cents psr line per week, or 76
cents per line per month. Remember
flve jvfjge words make a line. AM
advertisements on this page must he
paid In advanoo. No exoeotlo to this
PARLOR girl at Green ell's. MuBt be
neat and quick. 2-14 -2t I
QIRL wanted for general housework;
no cooking Inquire 213 23th St. I
EXPERIENCED girl or woman for
general housework, no washing or
ironing. Phone 2.547-W. 2-11-lwk
GOOD girl for general house-work; no
washing, no ironing 674 24th St.
GIRL for general housework In
quire 2803 Grant. 2-1-lwk
$2 60 PER DAY. one woman in each
town to distribute free circulars
and take orders for concentrated fla
voring in tubes. D. B. McCurdy Co.,
Como bldg , Chicago 1-26-lmo
MAX who understands fruit culture
W. B. edell. 2-4-lmo
ROOM for gentleman steam heat,
bath, .2 60 week, close in. Refer
ence, 2341 Adams. 2-11-lwk
MODERN' housekeeping rooms 227
HOTEL I'TAHNA, VI ash. Ave., bet
24th and 25th Sts Nice comfortable
furnished housekeeping Apts Rates
er reasonable 2-S-tf
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. electric
light and gas. 2370 Lincoln Ave.
FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing. 2830 Adams 2-8-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 171 22d st.
THREE furnished rooms for house
keeping 224 28th St 2-8-lwk
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean
comfortable housekeeping rooms, 32
wk up 636 31et 9t. 3-13-lyr
MODERN housekeeping rooms; rea
sonable. 2769 Grant. 2-6-St
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms,
strictlv modern 669 22d st.
THREE furnished housekeeping
rooms cheap Call evenlngB or Sun
day. 2646 Hudson 2-1-lmo
FCRN1SHED and unfurnished flat.
2034 Grant. 9-26-6mo
BOARD AND ROOM.
BOARD AND ROOM with or without
room, home cooking, 2146 Lincoln
Phone 1688-W. 2-12-lwk
RAILROAD MEN Doard and rooms
2215 Uncoln ave. Phone 70S-W.
FOUR-ROOM houee; pantry, closet,
water, newly papered. 365 28th St.
A FOUR-ROOM cottage, close in,
lights, water Inside, $12.00 apply
2155 dams. 2-12-lwk
FIVE-ROOM modern houee, 432 Her
rlck. 822-J. 1-31-tf
6-ROOM modern brick: fine location
on bench, gas, porches
C. D. IVE8, 380 25th 8t
6-ROOM modern; close in; desirable,
C. D. IVES, 380 25th 8L
WANTED to rent small house with
city water and barn Price "L. J.,"
care Standard. 2-14-lwk
14 ROOMS, cellar, lawn, shade: no
dogs 1663 Wash. PhODe 1127-M
S AND 1-roomod, modern houses
2523 Orchard Ave. 2-14-lwk
5-ROOM house on 24th St.. on bench
Modern, except heat. Inquire 739
24th SI, or Phone 1337. 2-13-lwk
; MODERN apartments for light house
keeping. 52i i: 4th. 2-8-lwk
CURTAINS done up neatly All work
guaranteed Phone 1344-W.
WANTED A good driving team
about six years of age; weight,
I twelve or thirteen hundred pounds
1 Must be well matched, well broke and
free from any blemishes. Boyle Fur
WANTED Family washing. Tele
phone 2191-R. 2-3-lmo
C CRT A INS laundered. Phone 164 4 -W,
FOR RENT OR SALE
The land in Mosida by the Lake
Come and see the soil at H Van
Braak'a. 3272 Stephens ave
Any kind of property here at Og
den, lots, houses, etc.
Loans and Fire Insurance
One. new frame house, three rooms,
clothes closet and pantry- Lot 37x
145 ft ; city water. Only $650. Phone
WILLOW RIVER, coming commercial
centre of interior British Columbia.
On Grand Trunk Pacific and Pacific
& Hudson Bay Ry e , entrance great
Peace River Country For full infor
mation write Pacific Land & Town
sites Co , Ltd., 204 Richards Street
Vancouver, B. C. Agents wanted
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOU S
RELIABLE incubator, 120 eggs 'Vic
tor" talking machine, reasonable
656 27th St- 2-14-lwk
VERY cheap incubator and brooder
886 12th St.
BTE and bye yoilD buy and buv move
and more with lees and loss Be
gin non. Alvord and anything unlim
ited ONE top buggy for sale cheap Ogden
Feed Yard. 354 23rd St 2-12-lwk
SOME BIG farm mares and geldings
Lee L Noble or Roy Griffin at Corev
lhery farm Phone 29
WHY spread manure on your lawn
when land plaster can be bought
cheaper and is 100 per cent better-7
Get out of the notion of making your
fronr door yard a corral, a most In
sanitary thing; use nature's fertilizer;
clean, white land plaster; sold by
the Eccles Lumber Co. at $1 per bag
of 100 pounds. 2-6-lmo
BLACKSMITH shop, tools, material
for sale, will trade for other prop
erty. C. Nielsen, 12th and Waahlnp
ton ave Ogden 2-5-1 mo
SECOND-HAND. four-drawer card
Index cabinet. Inquire at the
Standard Business Oft Ice and see It
SLIGHTLY used high-grade piano for
sale cheap O. J. Stilwell. Tel 1028
or 11 l I'S-tf
THOROUGHBRED Poland China
boar. bt6 12th st 1-27-lmo
IRON block and tacke with long one
Inch rope. Inquire at Standard
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson
Ave., bet. 23rd and 24th Sts Phono
FULL sized ink barrels, $1.00 apiece.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
BARGAIN if sold at once. 4-room.
modern brick on Jefferson- large I
lot. Telephone 1472-W, or call at No.
2630 Adams aenue 2-14-lwk1
1549 24th St 9 ROOM MODERN
Brick, lurnace, large lot luwn and
shade, outside sleeping room; One
brick barn suitable for garage. Our I
of the best homes In Ogdeu In fine I
condition and a big snap If taken at I
once Immediate possession Apply
to owner, R. G Agee. Phone 426 or
35 BUILDING lots; good location.
$150 00 apiece; also 5-room modern
bungalow on bench Inquire of own
er, 2036 Adams. Phone 1677 R.
OWNER will sell cheap; fine alfalfa
and grain farm. Also extra fine
fruit farm on electric line No com
mission Address Brlgham Utah, R,
F D, Box 79. 2-11 -2wks
FIVE-ROOM cottage. 771 24th st
2- 5 lmo
FIVE-ROOM MODERN house. 432
Herrlck. Cheap If gold at once. In
quire 313 27th St., or 822-J.
PEOPLE have wished that some one
would build home on the install
ment plan that would suit their Idea
of a home That !b exactly what I am
doing My customers will all tell you
that they are more than pleaeed. Cau
I produce better evidence of the fait?
R C. McBride, Modern Home Builder.
807 20th St.. Phone 1427. 1-27-lmo
TWO genuine bargains: A nice 4
room cottage on bench, will yell
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 l6x200 feet, with wa
ter right, all Improvements In and
paid for, this is well located and a
snap at $4,500. E. W. Cannady, 2411
Washington ae. room 11. 1-31-lwk
BY owner, 3 choice lota: best loca
tion on bench; snap If taken at i
once. Phone 2010-J. 2627 Gramercy,
BEST LOT3 In the City. F. Hendcr
shot, under Ut Nat l Bauk Phone
FURNISH LOT. Any location Build
to suit customer Monthly pay
ment. Phone 1427.
'.MODERN HOMES, perfeci beauties;
easy terms; Ideal locations. Phone
4 ACRES chickon or fruit ranch on
I car line; modern house; 1st water ;
I right, fine plaut well equipped Read
to start hatching. Call J. C. Farr,
Ease of Ice Ilou.fe on Canyon Car line
NEW brick bunpalow bargain, easy
terms C D. IVES, 380 25th St
FARM TO TRADE.
FARM near town for house, close In
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St. 1-15-lyi
BAY. 2-year-old colt, mane clipped
no brands Return A. C, Call Wilson,
Iane. Phone 86-N-L j-u-iwk
MONET? TO LOAN
MONEY' TO LOAN 0n real estate;
$100 P; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO
2411 Washington Ave., Room 11.
LOANS on improved farm or city
property Hunter & Kennedy, 423
24th L, opposite court houBe.
MONEY to loan on real estate. H.
A. Purdy, 2478 Washington ave, 2d
Money to ,oan n city and farm
property. Any amount, no delay
Mathews-McCulloch Co . under First
I National bank Phone 301-W.
j MONEY to loan on watches. dhT
naonds, Jewelry, , firearms, etc Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
1885 The Moaey Lenders of Ogden
278 25th st C. H. Smith, Prop.
i CHATTEL loans, salary loanB. You
can get it today. Cheapest rates,
: best and most private terms in Utah
j D. D. Drake, over Paln & Hurst.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur- j
it). J. J. Brummltt 4-27-tfj
ANTED Dressmaking by the day
or weok. Phone 2111-J. 1-22-tf!
ALL kinds chickens handled during
breeding sc-abon Agent MANDY
L EE and ESSEX INCUBATORS. Og
den Feed Co, 2262 Wash. 2-11 -lmo
Bl FF Orphingron eggs and cockerels.
DONKEY'S POULTRY BOOK means
dollars to anyone. Free If you
bring this ad to Ogden Feed com
pany, 22C2 Washington avenue.
S C. White Leghorns, Brown Leg-
horns. Place your order now for baby '
chicks. We guarantee satisfaction. I
Write for price list. Orland Hatchery',
Orland. Glenn Co.. Cal. 1-11 3mo
DO N't forget Frank L. Kern6. Cedar
RapldB, la . if you want good R. I
R. Epgs that will hatch. 2-8-lwk
FARMS FOR SALE.
BUY MOSIDA IRRIGATED LANDS
ON the west shore of 1'tah lake, in
one of the states most thickly pop
ulated valleys Deep, rich. virgin
soil, with an everlasting supply of the
purest water for lanr and cullnarj
uses pumped from the lake and die- j
trlbuted by a modern system of can
als and laterals to each forty acres
City adantag;es good school, electric
light and power, telephones, etc. Rail
road within 6ix miles; excellent mar-
ket facilities It's a eritable land
of promise'' and fulfillment. $100 an
acre is an extremely low price; the
terms will sutt the most modest In
vestor. Inquire at Western Agency
Co., 2562 Washington Ave.. Phone 664,
or G. W. Wolfe, 431 Twenty-fourth
street, Ogden, Utah, or wire, phone,
write or call National Savings &
Trust Co , Top floor Walker Bank
Bldg, Salt Lake City, Utah 2-12.-31
Advertisements in this column
cost 76c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
DONE In all lengths 2668 Cole's
Court, rear 240 26th St Tel. 1799-W
LAWYER O'POMNOLLY. (over Nye'a
Clothing Store J 2411 Wash are.
E T. HULAN1SKI, First National
Bank bldg. 12-11-tJ
BILLIARDS AND POOL
BAKER'S Billiard Rooms removed
from 326 25th sL to 2452 Grant
ave. Wo have tho best tables and
cues in the state Tables for sale,
and repairing done. Agent jot the,
Menn Billiard Co. of Mllwankoo.
J WILSON Book aud loose leaf de
vice manufacturer Upstairs. 24'35
Wash. Phone 850. 12-30-lmo
K. VAN KAM PEN Phone 883 for up
holstering, mattress making, ri
treiching of bed sprlngg
F. J. FREENOR. Graduate Chiroprac- I
tor Iucurables and female trou
bles my specialty Consultation free
Rooms 18-14, 2411 Washington Ave.
Fit yourself tor business.
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL,
Practical business courses.
ELEO. VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC "Santos rented, 30c per
hour Delivered and called for.
Electric Service Co. Phone
DR J H. CARTER. 2356 Washington
ave , office phon 1782; res., 391-M. i
Massage, electric and vibrator treat
ment, for th cure of rheumatism, pa
ralysia, nervous troubles. 12-2-lyr
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING P
Hansen's Electr'l Shoe Shop, 309
24th St Best work and material In the
city All work guaranteed. Glv0 u
I trial. U-80-3mo
FRANK h UNDERSHOT, under Utah
National bank Phoue 322-J.
OLD reliable companle that pav.
C. D. IVES, Agent, 380 25th St.
FURS cleaned and remodeled; skins
dressed, work guaranteed T. Ga
jewsky, 275 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 vou have i
any kind of junk, phone us up. We
will call for it. Tel. 210
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St
PAINTING, paperhanging and Unting.
Y den Hoitog, phone 571-R.
PAPER CLEANING "
JAMES THOMPSON Expert paper
cleaning; rough and painted walls
and burlap. All work guaranteed
Phone 11GS. 2341 Jackson avenue.
DO YOTJ want a Picture that looks
like ion1 Crawshaw Photo Studio
l6 the place to go 219 25th St.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and
Snrgeon. Office hours ll to 4 p. m.
New Peerr Bldg, Hudson Ave. Phone
I9c:-W. Residence phono 2129-W. 646
Washington avenue. 6-ll-tf
THREE things we claim. Prompt
ness; good work; low priceB Den
kers & Son. phone 1850-W. Printer?
2 349 Washington Ave Iet us figure
with you If we print the first job
for you, It will not be the last one
Bound to ploase Establisned In 1900.
WOODY PRINTING CO -We do good
work. 2465 Wash. ae. Phono S50.
OGDEN STAMP WORKS phone 454,
or mall card If you wish us to call
with samples. Office Spargo'8.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCorty & Co..
272S Grant Bell phone 2018-W.
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture.
Nothing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcase
cheap A Siner, Phone 1321 179 1-2
Tw.nt--fifth St 6-13-lyr.
I X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wash
ington ave., 2d-hand furniture of
all kinds bought and acid. prices
which no other storo can equal.
V ATER jackets for all ranges No
one yet has informed ue of one of
our6 ever causing any serious trou
ble. Summer! U s stove repair bous.3,
2304 Vahington. Tel 364 1-8-tf
SWITCHES; reduced price. Combings
made in switches. C. E. Lee, 404
26th St. 1-31-lmo
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NYLANDER BROS Tailors, clean
ing, pressing and repairing Phone
342-J. Office 36S 24th SL 1-4-lmo
VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J. J. M'KINNON. 2202 Wash Ave. Car
riage and (L) Auto painting.
E. A. RUN DY, D. V S. Phona 828.
Office and Hospital, 2151 Washington
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O E. S , regular meetings held
at Masonic hal on Washington ave
between 25th and 26th sts.. the first
end third Fridays of each month. So
journing members cordially Invited to
attend. Faunle M. Whlttemore, W.
M.J Callle E. Cave, Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. 18, F. & A. M ,
Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
ftvenue. Meetings every Wednesday
uvening at 7:30 o'clock Members of
aister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially iited to attend. S. W.
Wherry, W. M Fells T. Moore. Secretary'-
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No 5S1, meets every Wednesday
night at 7.20 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors Invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M Ridge. M. D..
57-56 Lewis block. Addle Baker, (J.
N 130 W. 27th St. Marie Crites, Clerk.
27ol Monroe aNenue
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets eT
ry accond nd fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p. m.. In L O O. F. hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially invited.
MarT E. Bli.it, G N., 451 31st St. Kate
Heyman, Clerk, Bell phone 1247-J.
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge
No 2 Knights of Pythlat, meets ftt
Castle hall, Clan National bank build I
ing every Monday evening. All K. of
p's are requested to met with us. W
D Watson. C C . W O Kind M of I
K ; W. L. Underwood, K. ol R. & S.
RoTal Highlanders Meet every
first and third Fiidays at 3 p m. ftt
Union Labor ball. Visiting members
cordially invited. Andrew W. Nelson.
I P. Wra. Muller. Sec. and Treas..
25S2 Washington Ave. j
Modern Wooumtn of America
Utah Camp -o. 9090 meets every first
and third Tuesday evening at S o clock
at K of P hr.il, Twenty-fourth and
Washington avenue Visiting mem
bers invited. A G Jones. Consul J.
H Shafer. Clerk. 1
Money in Real Estate H
Anyone can see an opportunity ji
After the other fellow has gotten in made big money.
Ogden Real Estate is the best investment you can make to- I
We have several 5-room modern pressed brick houses close '
uwwill sell for $2,500.00 and also 5-room modern frame If
houses, sell for $2,000.00. p
We will sell you a home on monthly payments. A vacant m
lot on the corner of 28th and Wilbams avenue, worth at leaet K
$450.00, will sell for $275.00, and vacant lots in any location on E
easy terms. j W
A 4-room frame house, pantry and clothes closet, will sell ,
for $800.00 $50.00 down and $15.00 per month. E
See CARL C. RASMUSSON H
Phone 115 REAL ESTATE 350 24th St. H
Silver Tent No. 1, Macabees of the
World, meet eecond and fourth Mon
day nights at 8 o'clock p m. All visit
ing Sir Knights cordiallv imlted
K. A. STEPHENSON,
W B OGLETREK.
Record Keeper, 346 2.8th SL
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
aeiie No. 118, F. O E., meets every
Weduesday evening at Eagles hall,
Hudson ave, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles aio invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. J. W. Grifrin, W. Presi
dent. E. R. Geiger, secretary. Dr. C
E. Wardlelgh. Aerie Physician.
LADIES of tho Maccabees. Silver hive
No. 1, L. O T. meets every
first and thud Thursday evenings at
, 8 o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles hall, 2141 Hudson ave Vis
iting members cordially Invited to at
tend Kathryn Eggleston. L C, L
Jennie Prout, R, K.
Brotherhood of American Yoemen
Ogden Homestead, No. 1 5 "J 5 , meets on
1 2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
j hall. Visiting Archers are cordially
i Invited to meet with us. W. 8
O'Brien, Foreman. 2338 Grammercy
avenue. J. A. Junk, Correspondent,
; 3202 Washington.
Woodmen of tho World Weber
; Camp No. 74 meeta in K. of P. hall In
the Utah National bank building ev
ery Thursduy evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting Woodmen cordially invited
to attend. D. D Smith, C. G.; E. Autb.
Clerk, First National Bank building.
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No 4.
I. O. O. F, meets second and fourth
Friday eveuings at Odd Fellows hall.
Vl6iting members Invited. Lula Claud
man, N G. ; Emma Meid. Recordnlg
Secretary, 718 Twenty-third 9treet.
i ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No. 1218. Order of Owls, meets ev
ery Friday evening In their own hall
I (the old Elk club rooms) at 8
jo'clock. Visiting Brother Owls are in
Ivlted to attend the nest meetings I.
,C Emmett, President J. Oliver, Sec
retary. 231 Twenty-fifth street
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-1 inley. M D.. room
21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 1948 Jackson Lillian Newton.
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Notice is hereby given by the
Board of Commissioners of Ogden
City, Utah, of the iutention of said
Board to make the following descrlb
ed improvements, to wit
To create Van Buren Avenue from
26th to 27th streets, Patterson avenue
from Washington to Grant avenues.
Lincoln avenue from 26th to -Tib
streets, us a sewer district, and toj
build therein pipe sewers, connecting
with the manholes ot the present sew
er system and with such other man
holes as ma be necessary, and to de
fraj the whole of the coat thereof,
estimated at $2,760.00. by a local as
sessment on the lots or pieces of
uruujid lying and being within the
following district, being the district
to be benefited or affected by said im
provements, vlr. :
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of aaid street and
avenues, and a line drawn 132 feet
i outward from and parallel to the said,
j outer boundary lines.
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such intention must j
bo presented in writing to the City,
Recorder on or before the iX'lh day
of February. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m..
that being the time set for said Board;
of Commissioners when they will hear
and consider such objections as may
' be made theroto, at the Mayor's of-
flee, at tho City Hall. Ogden City,
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City. Utah
Dated this 28th day of January,
1913,. J. C. NYE, Mayor Pro-tem.
H J CRAVEN. City Engineer
First publication January 28, 1913.
Last publication February 19. 191C.
Notice Is hereby given that the an- ;
nual stockholders' meetiug of thel
'Great Salt Lake Copper Co. Is hereby
called for, and will be held at the b
retary's office. 142 25th street Ogden, I
l.tub, Wednesday. March 5, 1813, at
p. m All stockholder? ( this coni
pany and those holding stock in the
lUtcsido Copper Co. ar" requested to
be present. A FERNLUND, Pres.
C. A REDFIELD, Acting Sec-Treai
NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD
OF EQUILIZATION AND REVIEW
A. G. Fell. T Samuel Browning
and Joseph C Nye. Commissioners of i
Ogdeu City, Ptah, sitting as a Board
of Equalization and Review of the
special and local taxes to be levied
and assessed by ordinance uion prop- i
erly abutting on both sides of Hud
son avenue between 22nd and 23rd I
streets, hereb give notice that tho I
lists of property abutting n said
Avenue have been completed, and
that tbey will meet at the Mayor's
office. City Hall. Ogden. Utah, from
0 o'clock a. m , to 5 o'clock p. m.. for
five consecutive husines days, com- I
mencing February 13, 1913, to and In-
eluding February 18, 1S13. and will t
remain In session on each of these I
days during said hour for the pur- ,
pose of hearing any person feeling I:
aggrieved, and to make correction of
any tax deemed unoqual or unjufrt,
and during the sitting of said Board
said lists of property and the taxes
proposed shall then and there be l
open to public Inspection. I
By order of the Board,
A G FELL, Major
First publication, February 10," 1913. I
Iast publication. February 15, 1913. if-
In the District Court of Weber 1
County. State of Utah. L
R. f Harris, plaintiff vs Melvin A. C
Hunter, and Elsie M. Hunter his wife, L
W V Kulp, 3 F Spiker. Doren Per-
rine. W. E. Naylor, F. A. N.nlor. W. f
R. Naylor, G G Naylor Lester O. i
Xaylor & lane Doe Naylor his wife,
The State of Utah to the said De- f
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty dava after serv
ice of this Summons upon you. if I
served within the County in which t
this action is brought: otherwise. 1
within thirty days after service, and
defend the above entitled action, and
in ca6e of your failure so to do, judg- I
ment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the com
plaint, which haR been filed with the I
Clerk of said Court. This action is !
brought to recover a judgment fore
closing plaintiffs mortgage upon the
' land described In the complaint.
A. G. HORN. Plaintiff's Attorney
P O Address. 2421 Washington
Ave . Ogden City, Utah.
In the District Court of Weber
count. State of Utah. I
Josephine Brinkerhoff Plaintiff vs. j
Garret M. Brlnkeroff, Defendant
The State of Utah to the said De-
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear uithin twenty days after service
of this Summons upon you. if served
within the counts- in which this ac
tion is brought, otherwise, within
thirty days after service, and defend
the above entitled action; and In
case er" your failure so to do, jadg
ment w ill be rendered against you sc.
cording to the demand of the com
plaint, which has been filed with the
I Clerk of said Court. This action i9
brought for the recover of a judg
ment, dissolving the bonds of matri
mony heretofore existing between
you and the plaintiff, IH
JOHN E BAG LEY.
P O. Address Ogden City. Weber
county. Utah. Rooms 313 and 314,
First National Bank building.
NOTK'E 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
there will be a meeting of the mem
bers of the society known as
the SECOND CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH at. the church building
whero said society meets at FIva
Points, Ogden, Utah, on the 5th day
of March, 1913, at the hour ot
o clock p m. The object of said meet
ing Is to consider and vote upon the
question of incorporating said society
into a bodv corporate to be known as
CHURCH,'' and to adopt articles ot
This the 13th day of February, 1913.
J C SIMMONS.
GEORGE D. MITCHELL,
DANIEL S. TAPLIN.
FIRST NATIONAL H
OF OGDEN, UTAH
U. S. DEPOSITARY
and surplus 350,000.00
M. S. Browning, Pres.; L. R.
Eccles, Vice Pree.; Q. M.
Tribe, Vlce-Prea.; John Wat
son, Vice-Pres,: John Pinnae,
Cashier; Jas. F. Burton. Attt.
Phone 321. 408 25th Street
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