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The evening standard, ogden, utah, Friday, February 21, 1913.
I state news
' WILL TRY JOHNSTONE.
Price, Feb. 20. The case of E. B
Johnstone, a former Carbon county
deputy sheriff, who is charged with
having shot and Killed Bert Taylor, a
19-year-old Provo hoy, abour a
month ago. will come up for prelimi
nary hearing In the district court
here next Tuesday At the time the
shooting: occurred Johnstone was em-
I ployed as special agent for the Caatle
Valley & Southern Utah Railroad
company and was also a deputy sher
t iff. Much feeling was aroused ovor
the shooting, there being many In this
vicinity who declared that Johnstone
shot without sufficient reason The
developments in the case will bo
watched w-ith intense interest John
stone Is now out on $10nO( bail, D.
0 I). Hoot of Salt Lake and C. S. Price
' f this city will represent the defend
Another case of unusual interest lo
cally was postponed until the Inn
term of the court when It was
J brought up Tuesday. It is thr case
or Gyllyn Jones, lormer county clerk
of Carbon county, and R. W. Snyder,
Tormer county treasurer, who are
charged with embezzling the county
fnnda. Judge Christensen set the
time of trial for other minor civil
suit, which will be tried during the
present term of court.
Boise. Feb. "20 Idaho's state In
moc asylum at Rlackfoot in under the
Arc of the present legislature. The
senate has ordered an in vestleation
of the alleged unlawful ommitrmnt
ment to that institution of Carl Ma
cbold, a Dtwsp;ier roan nf Blaekfoot
The special sennte committee, com
posed of Senators Shephard. Oefen
ifcacb and Dunninc, appointed to probe
into the Incarceration of Maehold.
held a meeting this afternoon and de
cided to issue a summons to Dr
Poole, head cf the asylum, and hU as
The comrnitmpnt papers that plac
ed Maehold in the asj I 'm are before
the senate. They fail, it is declared,
to show sufficient evidence to war
rant his commitment. It is claimed
' 'by the asylum people that the news
paper man suffers from "peri ten!
delusions of being prosecuted, and
recites bis "constant enmity asainst
neighbors. ( orYratjnn, judges, local
government, doctors and others,'
E Senntor Hunt 01 Bannock county in
troduced the resolution calling lor
TRIES TO WRECK JAIL.
; IvOgan, Feb. 20 Oliver Larlson
I ' ' was held for trial in district court
this afternoon on bail ot" $300, on a
charge of felony committed in des-
f troylnc imn iu,,. and fixtures in the
r county jail. Carlson gave people in
III the vicinity of the jail a scare last
j night He was locked up by City
Marshal Cranney for disturbing the
peace and proceeded to vent his an
ger by wrecking the interior of the
jail. He finally tipped the stove ov
er and th building was filled with
II ' graoke. Oilier inmates gave a fire
alarm and for a few minutes there
was an exciting time. Carlson was
B'tbdued and locked in the dr.nk
cell. He had smashed windows, brok-
en furniture and turned on all th
i water taps in the building In Jus
tice Marshall s court this evening he
pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace
and was given thirty days in jail
1 1 SALT LAKE
25 PER CENT DROP IN
THE WATER SUPPLY
Sait Lake, Feb 21 -Under the
withering blast of the east wind and
zero temperature the city's water sup
ply dropped yesterday from ltf.OOit.OOo
gallons daily flow to 12.000, OOu. and
j, for several hours the danger of an
other shortage hovered over the- oily.
The pressure gauges at the water de
partment offices dropped from 10O
pounds to 90 pounds, and stayed at
thai mark most of the afternoon.
With the first touch of the wind
Wednesday night the water official,
alert to the danger, doubled the pa -
Ai tro! forces In the mountain streams.
Too was chopped from the canyon
ln channels as rapidly as H formed and
brush and other form of obstruction
was cleared away to give room for
every gallon of water that was in-
olined lo flow The piercing tem-
porature thai obtained in the early
sjl morning hours yesterday, however,
overcame the precautions of the wa-
r ter department. The flow from Par
ley's can, on dropped rapidly, until at
10 oV:lock In Lhe rooming water had
almost oeaecd to flow into the Thir
teenth East street reservoir. The
veiroir began lo drain rapidly, a&d
-voefci hrc been emptied hot for the
strnnoaf effort of the water off
iab to restore the now. By 4 o'clock
in the tteraooo waiter was ajcain
.oaring into fhe tank and a height
f ten and a half feet waa attained,
although the normal height of the wa
ter is sixteen feet.
10 GRANDE RU6HE8
Salt Lake. Feb 21. E. L. Brown,
,vire president, and J. G. Owyn, chief
;englneer for the Denver & Rio
(Grande, both with headquarter? In
'Deever, are In Salt Lake City. "Iter
an inspection trip over the road They
'came in Mr. Brown's private car yes
terday and will be here several daya
U. B Apperson, general superintend
ent of the Utah lines of the company,
with headquarters In Salt Lake City,
,who was in Denver, returned with the
other officials yesterday. When seen
&t the Could depot yesterday. Mr
"Tbore are fifteen steam shovels ai
I work era the detour nt Soldier sumnill
1 anrl there will be twenty-two nt wort
( there soon More trill be added if
I room can be made for them At thnr
I I one place there are employed more
than 1.000 men and 2n teams The
I idea that onlv a second track there in
belnjr built is wrong The prair
' , being taken awn'- anrl two new stand-
nH-prade tracks are being lali para!-
I! I lei
li "Mr Apperson will have hi- double
; I rrark work rnmnlMd hetwn Thii-:r.e
Tliand Helper by April That means
about 55 miles of double track ovor
. HI the mountains will he in use within
liV about six weeks We. hare kept the
,; Elwork going on during the winter, bur
gaaaK fpf course, can and ill' nceompliib
V K iVnore as soon a the weather breaks."
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WANTED GIRL by Orpheum Candy
GOOD girl for general housework
1350 Adams. 2-21-tf
I KAlfBERMAID. Apply Hot Springs
hotel Phono 402. 2-17-lwk
GIRL or woman for general house
work to work all of day or part of
day 2573 Monroe ave. i 18-tf
GIRL wanted for general housework,
no cooking. Inquire 313 2Sth St.
$2. GO PER DAY ; one woman in each
town to distribute free circulars
and take orders for concentrated fla
oring in tubes D. B. McCurdy Co.
t'ooio bldg.. Chicago. 1-25-lmo
LADY wants position as housekeeper
Address M. care Staudard. 2-15 1 v. k
iGENI B Make $5 to SH a dn eas ;
no experience or capital required,
write at once; big free proposition
P W Goodman, President. 500 Re
gal bldg. Chicago. 2-21,-lt
j COOn salesmen. Room 207 First
N'at'l. Bank Hide Australian Icc
less Ref Co, Call before uoon,
ELEGANTLY furnished 5-room
apartment, strictly modern, no chil
dicn, i:cal location, 2341 Adams.
MODERN housekeeping rooms, rea
sonable prices. 2769 Grant ae.
ITOUR rooms turnished or unfurnish
ed. 1075 24th luquire 107o 24th
TWO desirable front rooms on cur
lino. S25 25th st. Phono 1 507-R
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas, bath;
also sleeping roouis. 427 2 1th St.
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping.
2230 Lincoln 2-18-tf
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms for
rnt; Btrictlj modern 509 22nd st.
MODERN bousekeep.ng rooms '-' -' 7
27tb. 2 13-lwk
HOTEL UTAH N A, Wash Ave., bet.
24th and 2oth Sts Nice comlortabk
furnished housekeeping Apts. Rates
very reaKnable 2-8-tf
HOUSEKEEPING rooms- electric
light and gas 2370 Lincoln Lv
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
wk. up. 536 31st St. 3-13-lyr
FURNISHED and unlurnlohcd data,
2S34 Grant 'j-26-6mo
MAN and wife wants one or two
rooms; not over 3 blocks from
V b & 24th St. Would consider I
room modern house, furnished or un
furnished. Address, J. K., care Stan
.".-ROOM cottage 302 Lincolu ave.
Inq 82G 2otl) sL Tel f"o-W
PTVH-ROOM modern house, 42 Her
rlck. S22-J. 1-31-tf
WANTED to rent small house with
city watei and barn. Price "L 1 ."
care Standard. 2-14-lwk
5-ROOM modr-rn house. L'o-.1. Orchard
ave. Inq. 2521 Orchard. 2-21-lwk
4 ROOMS, cellar, lawn, shade; no
docs l.'.f.;! Wash Phone 1127-M
3 AND .-roomed. moilern houses
2523 Orchard Ave 2-14-lwk
5-ROOM house on 24th St., on bench
Modern except hp;it. Intjuire 739
24th st , rr Phone L837 2-13-lwk
FARM TO TRADE.
FARM near town for house, close in.
C. D. IVES, 3S0 :',th St 1-15-lyr
WANTED Dressmaking by the day
or week. Phone 2111-J 1 82-ti
WANTED TO BUY
BEOOND-HAND incubator wanted.
Phone 84-K2. 2-17-lwk
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
WHY buy an old home?
You get the skimmed
milk. I build you a new
home for less money and
you get the cream.
R. C. McBRIDE, The
Modern Home Builder
THE best vacant lots in
Ogden City, for the
money. Phone 1427.
; QOOD 8-room homo and new ster
building with stock of poods; eaBv
terms, (heap I'honp 14l'7 2-18-lmO
FOR BALE by owner, a 7 room mod
ern cement block house with ao.xl
barn and extra large lot. 1 B-acre
graxel pit, first class gravel and sand
Inn 2152 Adams ae Tbone 1490-M
BARGAIN Want to sell at once. 4
rooiii bouse; lot 275x180; fruli
trees, chicken coop, 35 chicks, barn
12x16 and 2 horses, mares, wagons,
harness, tools, hay Phone J1.t2-J.
WILL sell cheap all hotels and room
ing houses managed by Mrs D. B.
ITopham; will sell as they stand or
divide them to suit purchaser Ap-
ply .68 1 2 25th st. :-19-3t
IF YOU want the best buy that can i
te had for your nione;, in vacant or
improved propru don't fall to see
R C. Mc Bride, Tim Modern Home
TOR SALE Best bargain in city. 5
room modern home, i lose in. pan
down X L Care Standard. 2 17-lmoj
GET YOUR OWN HOME
One frame bouse on the bfnch. five
rooms, -if y uater inside; easy install
inent plan $1250.
One frame house, eleven rooms; a
Any kind of bouses, lots desired
Fire insurance, good company. Loana,
Kor full information see H. Van
Braak, 3272 Stephens ave Phone
1 HAVE a number of choice lots on
which I will build houses to suit
buyer. Will sell at reasonable prices
W P. Monson, phone 128.
BARGAIN If sold at once 1-rooin.
modern brick on Jefferson; large
lot. Telephone 1 472-W, or call at No.
2620 dams aenue. 2-14-lwk
1549 24th St. 9-ROOM MODERN
Brick, furnace large lot lawn and
shade, outside sleeping room; fine!
brick 1 arn suitable for garage One
of the best homes In Ogden In fine
condition and a big snap if taken nt
once Immediate possession. Apply
to owner, R. G. Agee. Phone 425 or
33 BUILDING lots; good location I
150.00 apiece; also 5-room modern1
bungalow on bench. Inquire of own
er. 2035 Adams Phone 1G77-R.
OWNED will sell cheap fine alfalfi
and grain farm. Also etra fine
fruit farm on electric line, no com
mission. Address Brigham, Utah, R.
F. D No. 2. Box. 70. 2-ll-2wks
FIVE-ROOM cottage. 771 24th St.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN house 432
HerrlcU. Cheap if sold at once. In
quire 813 2'iih St., or 822-J
PEOPLE have wished that some one
would build homes on the Install
ment plan that would 6ull their Idea
of a home That is exactly what I am!
doing. My customers will all tell you!
that they are more than pleased Can
I produce hetter evidence of ihe fact?
R C McBrlde, Modern Home Builder.
I 807 20th St, Phone 1427. 1-27-lmo
I TWO genuine bargains A nice 4
room cottage on bench: will veil
I cheap on monthly paments. or trade
for Kood building lots: inquire 2411
Washington ave., room 11. 8-room
modern brick house; cement cellar.
. barn and outbuildings: all In good
! condition; lot 106x200 feel, with wa
ter right; all Improvements In and
paid for; this is well located and a
snap at $4,500. E W Canuady. 2411
Washington ave . room 11. 1-31-lwk
BY owner. 3 choice lots: best loca
tion on bench, snap if taken at
once. Phone 2010-J -527 Gramert
BEST LOTS in the City F. Hendcr
shot, uuder Ut. Nat 1 Bauk Phone
FURNISH LOT. Any location Build
to suit customer Monthly pay
I ments. Phone 1427.
MODERN HOMES; perfect beauties.
easy term6; ideal locations Phone
1427. 1 21 Imo
CURTAINS laundered. Tel. 1614-W
ASEATw i! In h e lady who w Inst herosary
prli&e Alvord & Anything, limit less
Tel. nobody or tell 333-W Mail box
es IOC. 2-20-lf
CURTAINS done up neatly All work
guaranteed. Phone 1T44-W
W ANTED Family washing. Tele
phone 2191-R. 2-3-1 mo
CURTAINS laundered. Phone 1644
WILLOW RIVER, coming commercial
centre of Interior British Columbia
On Grand Trunk Paciilr and Pacific
& HudsOD Ba Rp entrance cr.-i
Peace River Countrj For full infor
mation write Pacinc ln Town
iltei ('o. Ltd., ' 4 Richards Street,
'Vancouver, B. C Agents wanted
BROWN Shetland Pony, star in fore
head. Return to ML. Williams. 2585
1 Quxncy Ave Phone 1483-J. 2-1'J-lwk
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS!
AMERICAN School Library Modern
Engineering Practice; eleven vol
umes 2521 Adams ave. '2-20-lwk
ICTOR talking machine and cabinet
attached, cheap; also a cornet and
a clarinet. 2161 Reeves ave
TEAM young horses, Ludlow spring,
big buggy and harness loni Wash
ington ave. 2-20-lwk
THOROl'GIIKRED Poland China I
boar. 886 I2tb St. Tel, ilji-v.
VERY cheap Incubator and brooder. I
fcSU 12th St Tel. llji-u.
HORSES bOUgbl and sold Corey
Liv.-iv Hani See L. Noble or Rov
Griffin. Phone 29
RELIABLE incubator, 120 eggs. "Vic
tor ' talking machine; reasonable.
056 27lb St. 2-14-lwk
WHY spread manure on your lawn
when land plaster can bo bought
. heapei .im1 la 100 per cent better''
(Jet out of the notion of making your
tront door ard a corral, a most in
sanitary thing; use nature's fertilizer;
clean, white ,anf' plaster, sold by
I),. Eccles Lumber Co. at jl per bas
of 100 pounds 2-ti-lmo
BLACKSMITH shop, tools, material,
for sale, will Hade for otln-r prop
erty C Nielsen, 12th anyl Washing
ton ave , Ogden. 2-5-lmo
SECOND-HAND, four-drawer card
index cabinet Inquire at the
Standard Business Office and ?e it
SLIGHTLY used high-grade piano for
sal . heap, o J. Stllwell. Tel 1028
or 11. 1-28 tf
IRON' block anrl tackle with lone one
Inch rope. Inquire at Standard
KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson
Lve., bet 23rd ;nd 24th Sts. Phone
PI LL sized ink barrels, $1.00 apiece.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate;
S 1 i up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold
BICHSKL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave., Room 11.
LOANS on Improved farm or city
property. Hunter & Kennedy, 123
24th BL, opposite court house
MONEY to loan on real estate. 11
A Purdy, 247S Washington ave . 3d
Monev to loan on city and ,'arm
property. Any amount, no delav
Mathews-McCullocb Co.. under First
National bank Phone 301-W.
MONEY to loun on watcheB. dia
monds, Jewelry, firearms, etc Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
The Money lenders of Ogden
278 25th st C. H. Sniita. Prop.
CHATTEL bans, salary loans. You
can get It toaay. Cheapest rates,
best and must private terms In Utah
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hurst.
MONEY to loan on ral estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummitt. 4-27-tf
CACKLE! Cackle! Cackle! Yes the
hens are all cackling when fed Con
keys Laying Tonic. It sure does
briug the eggs. Por sale by Ogden
Feed Co., 2262 Washington ave.
ALL kinds chickens handled during
breeding season Aent MANDY
LEE ami ESSEX INCUBATORS Og
den Feed Co.. 22C2 Wash. 2-11-lmo
BUFF Orphtngton eggs and cockerel
It BY CHICKS
S. C. White Leguorns. Brown Leg
horns. Place your order now Tor baby
( hicks. Wc guarantee satisfaction
Write for price Hat. Orland Hatchery.
Orland, Glenn Co., Cal 1 11 -3mo
IXJN't forget Frank L. Kerns. Cedar
Rapid.s. la., if you want yood R I
R, Eggs that will hatch. 2-8-lwk
ONE Chase-make plush lap robe, bet
viaduct and cor 20th and Wash
Return Standard; reward 2-18-lwk
BAY, 2-year-old colt, mane clipped
no brands Return A. C Call Wilson
Lane Phone 35,-fl-l. 2-14-lwk
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per line per month, pay
able in advance.
DONE In all lengths 2568 Cole's
Court, rear 240 2iHb St Tel. 1789-VV
LAWYER O'CO.JNOLLY. (over N yt
Clothmg Store) 2411 Wash ave,
T HU LAN1SKI, First National
Bank bldg. U-ll-t:
J WILSON Book and loose leaf e.
' ii inanufar'turer UpalairB J4.5
Wash Phone Sou 12-U0-lmo
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
BAKER'S Billiard Rooms removed
from 226 26th at to 245L' Grant
ave. We have the best tables and
cues in the state Tables tor Bale,
..ijiI repairing done Agent for Uie
! Menu Uilllard Co. of Milwaukee.
K. VAN KAMPEN-Ph'oms 883 for up
holsterlng, mattre making r
tretchlns ol bed prlng
F J FREENOR, Graduate Chiroprac
tor Incurables and female trou
bles m specialty Consultation froe.
Rooms 13-14, 2411 Washington Ave
Fit yourself for business
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Practical business courses.
ELEC. VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC "Santos" rented. 30c per
hour Delivered and called for.
Electric Service Co., Phone 88.
DR. J H. CARTER, 2356 Washington
ave.; office phone 1782; 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 Electr!:al Shoe Shop, 309
24th St. iJest work and material In the
city. All work guaranteed. Gl0 us
a trial ll-30-3mo
FRANK H I0NDERSHOT underl'tah
National bank Phono 322-J
OLD reliable companies that pay.
C. D. IVES, Agent, 380 20th St.
FURS leaned and remodeled, skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky. 375 2.;rd street
THE i RESTON Steam heated; hot
and cold water, every room new
and modern; 50c and up, Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If von have
any kind of juuk, phono us up. We
will call for it Tel. 210.
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty -fifth St.
PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting
Y den Hoi tog, phone 571 -R.
JAMES THOMPSON Expert paper
cleaning; rough and painted walls
and burlap. All work guaranteed
Phone 11CS. 2341 Jackson avenue.
I DO YOIT want a Picture that looks
like you'' Crawshaw Photo Studio
is the place to go. 210 25th St
I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I DR. A FF.RNLUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peery Bldg.. Hudson Ave. Phon
9r -W. Residence phone 3129-W. 646
Was! ington avenue 6 -11 - tf
THREE things we claim Prompt
ness, good work; low prices. Den
kers & Son. phone 1850 W. Printers.
2349 Washington Ave. Iet us figure
with you. If we print the first job
for you, It will not bo the last one.
Bound to please. Established in 1900.
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work. 2465 Wash ave Phone 850
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phun- 4".l.
or mail card if you wish us to call
with samples. Office Spargo's.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty A Co
2728 GranL Bell phone 201S-W
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture
lolbtug and shoe?, bought, sold oi
exchanged, also trunks :iud suitcases
Cll ap. A Sintr, Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.nty -fifth at "13L
I I X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Well
ington ave.; 2d-hand furniture of
all kinds bought and sold. prices
I which no other sure can equal.
SUM MERILL'S, the largest stove re
pair house in the west 2?.04 Wash
ington ave Ogden. Tel 364. Mail
orders solicited. 2-20-tf
SWITCHES; reduced price Combines
made in switches C. E Lee, 104
26th St 1-81-lmo
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
NY LANDER BROS Tailors, clean
log preuing and repaning Phone
J42-J, Olfico 36S 21tb St. 1-4-lmo
VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J J M'KINNON. 2202 Wash Ave. Car
Irlage and (L) Auto painting.
EA. UNDY, D. V. S. Phom 828.
Office and Hospital. 2151 Washington
Brotherhood of American feomeo
OKd'n Homestead; No. 150S, m.ets on
nd 4th Tuesday ereain.qs at K
P hall Visiting Archers arc cordially
inrfted to meet with us Addie L. Wil
,iam9 ForcniaJi. tMO Twenty-first
jtieeL J A. Junk, CorrcBpondenl
Now Is the Time to Buy H
Ogden Real Estate
There never was better opportunity to buy
property in Ogden than at the present time. j
The prices are very low and sure to advance; j
we have several good bargains.
5 Room Modem Pressed Brick Houses . ., . $2500.00 S
5 Room Modern Frame Houses $2000.00 f
4 Room Modern Houses $1800.00 J
Several 5 Room Modern Pressed Brick Houses, good loca- I
tion, sell for $1850.00, small payment down and small monthly
Vacant Lots on Comer 28th and Williams, sell for $275 00
on easy terms, and lots in any part of the city on easy terms. I
MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER CENT INTEREST. I
See Carl C. Rasmusson B
Phone 115. 350 24th Street
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No 4, O. E. S . regular meetings held
at Masonic hal on Washington avo.
between 26th and 26th sts . the first
and third Fridays of each month So
journing memberB cordially invited to
attend. Fannie M. Whitlemore, W.
M.; Callie E. Cae. Secretary
Unity Lodge No. 18. V & A. M.,i
.Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members ol
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. S. W.
Wherry, W. M. Felix T. Moore, Sec
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Clr
l cle No. 581. meets every Wednesday
j night at 7:30 o clock, K. of P. hall
Visiting neighbors invited Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M Ridge, M D,
67-5R Lewis block Addle Baker, G.
N., 130 W 27th St. Marie Crites, Clerk,
H 7 J L Monroe avenue
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meetB ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p. m.. In I. O O. F. hall
Visiting neighbor! cordially Invited
Mary E. Bllxt. G N., 451 21st St. Kate
Herman. Clerk, Bell phon 1247-J.
LADIES of the Maccabees. Silver hive.
No. 1, L. O T. M.. meets ever
, first and third Thursday evenings at
' 8 o'clock, and every second and fourth
I Thursday afternoons at 2:20 o'clock,
j in Eagles hall. 2.441 Hudson av Vis
iting members cordially lnited lo at
tend. Kathryn Eggloston, L. C. L
Jennie Prout, R. K-
Silvcr Tent No 1, Macabces of the
World, meet second and fourth Mon
jday nights at 8 o'clock p. m All vis
iting Sir Knights cordially invited.
E. A STEPHENSON.
VA 15 OGLETREE.
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Cuetle hall, L'tah National bank build
ing. every Monday evening. All K. of
P 's are requested to meet with us. W.
U. Watson, C. C: W. G Kind. M of
E.; W. L. Underwood, K. ot It. &. S.
Royal Highlanders Meet ever
! first and third Fridays at S p m., at
I'nlon Labor hall. Visiting members
cordlallv invited. Andrew W. Nelson,
L P. Wm. Mullcr. Sec. and Treas..
2582 Wa6hingtou Ave.
Modern Woodmen oi America
i'tah camp ..o. "jrJ9o meets even first
and third Tuesday eveuing al S o'clocJj
at K. of P, tr-ll. Twenty-fourth and
Washington aenue Visiting mem
bers invited. A G. Jones. Consul J.
H Shafer. Clerk.
Fratfnul order ot Eaglos Ogden
: aerie No. 1 IS. P. O- E meets exery
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall
Hudson ave. at S o'clock. Visiting
1 brother Eagles are Invited to attend
I the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
at 11 a. ra. J. W. Griffin. W Presl
! dent E. II. Geiger. secretary. Dr. C
j E Wardleljjb, Aerie Physician.
Woodmen of the Worlu Weber
Lamp No. 74 meets in K. of P hall In
I the Utah National bank building ev
I ery Thursday evening at S o'clock.
Visiting Woodmen cordially invited
to alteud D. D. Smith. C. C; E. Auth,
Clerk. First National Bank building
Queen City Rebekah Lodge No 1
. O O. F. meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting members invited Lula Claud
inau. N G . Emma Meld. Recordnig
Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street
ORDEr7OF OWrLS Ogden Nest
No 1 2 IS. Ordr of Owls, meets ev
er. Friday evening in their own hall
(the old Flk dub rooms) at 8
O'clock Visiting Brother Owls are In
ited to attend the uest meetings I.
C Emmet t. President. J Oliver. Scc
retary 23 Twenty-fifth street
Roval Ncithbors of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
of each month at 8 p. m at the
Reese Howell hall. Visiting neigh
bor! Invited. Dues can be paid to
Mi.- Auna Ries-Finley. M. D.. room
2 Lewis block India Sawyer. Ora
cle. ISMS Jackson Lillian Newton.
Recorder, 27th and Quincy.
Notice i.s hereby given that the an
I nual stockholders' meoting of the
Greal Sail I ake Copper Co is hereby
called tor and will be held at the sec
retary's oflice. 142 25th street Ogden,
L'tah. Wednesday. March 5, 19KJ. at
v p ru All sua knolderp of this coni
panj anrl thune holding stock In the
Lag Ids Coppei Co ar requested to
be present A PBRNLUND Pres.
I A Ul . I (FIELD, Actios Sec. -Treas.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
there will be a meeting of the mem
ben ol 'he socletj known as
ihe SECOND CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH at the church building
whrrr- said society meets at Five
Points. Ogden. l'tah. on the 5th day
of March. 1 9 1 X. at the hour of 8
'o'clock D. m. The object of Bald meet
ing ts to consider and vote upon tbo
; qneetion of Incorporating saJd society
, in'o n bodr corporate to be known as
CHURCH " and to adopt articles of
Th's the 13th dav of Februarv 1913
J. C SIMMONS.
GEORGE D. MITCHELL,
DANIEL S. TAPLIN.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for furnishing the
materials and erecting a two span
steel bridge across the Weber river
on '!3rd street, under plans and spec
ification? furnished bv the City Engi
neer and approved by the Board nf
Commissioner?, will be received at
the office of the City Engineer in the
it Hall, at Ogden, Utah, until 10
i o clock A. M, on Thursday the 13th
l day of March, 1913, at which time all
bids received will be publicly opened
and read alourl
Plans and specifications can be had
upon application to the City Engineer.
The right is reserved to" reject any
'or all bids and to waive any defects.
I By order of the Board of Commis
H J. CRAVEN, City Engineer
First publication, Feb. ISth. 1013.
Last publication, March 12th, 1913.
NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY.
Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com
piled Laws of Utah. 1907. and the au
thority vested in me by said section,
I, the undersigned Wallace Foulger,
Treasurer of Ogden city. Weber coun
ty, Utah, hereby give public notice
thai a special fax amounting to $5,- I
597.39 has been levied as a supplemen- .
ial tax for the purpose of defraying
the balance ( ihe costs and expenses
of establishing and opening 29th
street between Washington and Quln
cy avenues In said district by an or
dinance duly passed by the City Com
missloners of Ogden City. Utah, and
approved hy the Mayor of said Ci'y
on January 23, 1918, said taxes being Iggfl
levied on all of the abutting property jH
on the following streets comprising jH
said district, to-wit: Both sides of
29th street between Washington and
Quincy avenues to a depth of 150 fet jJ
The said tax is payable in 4 install-
The first installment becomes de-
llnquent March 14, 1918. g
The second installment becomes de- lH
llnquent January 23, 1914. L
The third installment becomes de- H
liniuent January 23, 1915.
The fourth installment becomes de-
llnquent January 22. 1916 H
Each of said installments, except H
the first, shall draw interest at the fH
rale of 7 per cent per annum, from IH
the date of the levy as aforesaid and IH
If any or either of said installments IggS
shall be unpaid when Jthey become de- IH
llnquent. interest thereon shall be 10 IggM
per cent per annum, until such deliu- ligfl
quent assessments are fully paid Sai I IggS
tax shall be enforced and collected as fiefl
in any other case of special tax and if IggS
uot paid the property on which SHid gH
levy Is made will be advertised and IggS
sold according to law. This special KgH
tax is payable at my office al the City gagS
Hall. Ogden City, Utah. ifH
WALLAi E FOULGER
Citv Treasurer, Ogden City. Utah iiH
By C T KOON9, Deputy. fgggfl
Dated February 18. 1913
In the District Court of Weber ' gggga
Countv State oi l'tah.
R. f. Harris, plaintiff vs. Melvin A. 4 gggga
Hunter, and Elsie M. Hunter his wife,
W A. Kulp. J. F Splker, Doren Per- f
I t ine, W. E. Naylor F. A Naylor, W. tH
R Naylor, G. G Naylor Lester O. Igggfl
I Naylor & Jane Doe Naylor his wife, iggggg
I The Stale of Utah to the said De-
You are hereb suunuoned to ai-
Ipear within twenty days after sen - ;
Ice of this Summons upon you. If vaefl
erred within the County in which I gggfl
this ailion is brought; otherwise. S;gggfl
within thirty das alter service, and igggfl
(defend the above entitled action; an I
j in case of vour failure so to do, jude-
jment will be rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the com-
plaint, which has been filed with the
Clerk of said Court. This action is
brought to recover a judgment fore
closing plaintiffs mortgage upon the
land described In the complaint
V G HORN, Plaintiff's Attorney
p. O Address. 2421 Washington
Avo., Ogden Citv, Utah.
FIRST NATIONAL I
OF OGDEN. UTAH
U. S. DEPOSITARY
Capital 160,000.00 J
and surplus . . 350.000.00
M. S. Browning, Pres.; I R.
Eccle, Vice Pres.; & H. I
Tribe, Vlce-Pres., John Wat- B
ton, Vice-Pres-: John Pmgreo,
Cashier; Jas- F. Burton, Asst
i Scad the Claastded Ada. I