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j . THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY,
I MINING NEWS
EAST BEAVER IS
FULL OF PROMISE
With the little gold mill working up
bullion at a satisfactor rate Dc
developments in progress in several
promising new properties: the farm
ers becoming much Interested in mm
Ing investments, and a number ot
prospectors outfitting t0 so Into the
district for thorough investigation of
the mineral holt early this eprinK
the mining industry in general in the
eastern end of Reaver county is flour
ishing, with a bright, outlook for the
Immediate future, according to E c
hlcGarry who ha- returned from a
irip. into southern Utah, where he is
interested in a number of mining
j Fie of the twenty tamp6 of the
I A. R. Blaney mill just starter on the
old Sheep Rock mine ten miles north
of Beaver City, are now in operation
j Mr McGarrv declares thai the mill
If doing fine work It is treating
about a $2i grade of ore. and is mak
ing prohabK an 80 per cent saving
There is a satisfactory saving on the
plates The concentrates should av
erage probably between $500 and
m IJOOO to the ton Conditions at the
mine are satisfactory, with several
. riaces produrlnc ore. Two new
str.kes on the surface are looking
The Beaver Butt has Installed a
whim. Umbered the ehaft to the 100
fcot level and is preparing to cross
cm from the bottom of the haft. Mr.
McGarrv says he horned a small
Piece of ore no larger than a hens
egg anrl he counted 200 separate tiny
pieces of cold. He estimated the ore
a. to thP ton.
The Beaer Hold has just raised
$2000 by sale of treasury stock, and
will continue development work. The
1 1" - foot shaft w ill be sunk deeper
At the bottom there is an 18 -Inch I
streak that averages $18 to $20 to the
ton In gold.
Recently Manager Farnsworth was
down lookinc over the Rob Roy
There is now a carload of ore on the I
ftockplle that should average arounrl
$flb to the ton. It is understood that
work will be resumed here in early
spring and lhat this car will be ship
Over In the Granite district co the
v est the King of the Hills particular
Iv Is promisinc big things for the near1
f .ture Manager A I. Farthfrincham
declares that he will have the ledge
the objective point of the Ions tun
nel, In ten davs This will give a ver
li"a' depth of 600 feet. Something
unusual Is expected as the outcome
of this courageous piece of tunnel
Ai the Oak Leaf a contract W8B re
cently W fur 200 feet of additional
ietpli. This will he 700 feel below
the old workings up the hill The ex.
ipretation Is to encounter profitable
Die bodies at this additional depth.
Mr McGarry savs that there was
recently organized in Reaver Cltj one
of the liveliest little commercial clubs
in the state. Tt consists of 100 mem- i
hr already, all live wires out to,'
boost for the home town and southern
"tan. The boys have established .
6 clubrooms and the organization
I prnmis? a vast amount of benefits i
m, !o the southern district.
New ork, Feb. 2C Dr Frederlr.h
V I'ricdmann the young German
physician heralded as the discoerer
of a cure for tuberculosis, announced
toda lhat he would begin treating
patients as soon as he secures a suit
able laboratory Among the first pa
tients will be Ray Paris, son-in-law
of the New Voik banker at whose in
vitation Dr. Friedmann came to this
What 1 wish to do.' said the doc
tor, "is to treat 50 or more children
with tubercular knees, for in such
cases the results of m treatment are)
more qulcklv apparent than when ap
plied to other forms of the disease
The results can be observed even by
the layman. The method I prefer Is
to have patients brought to me 60
that 1 can make a personal examina
tion and administer the treatment nn -III
self, Where this Is not possible I
would be glad to have the patient's
i physician work under mo and see me
treat a number of typical cases 1
hope to be able to instruct in this
I a number of prominent physi-
j cians from various parts ot the coun
Among the doctors callers toda
, was Dr Edwin T Watkhis ot Mem
phis. Tenu , conuu'ssloned by the
board of health of that city to inves
( tigate the treatment.
LABOR NEWS OF
It Is claimed that under the con
' rict labor system 10,0u0 criminals in
f the various prisons of the country j
ire working In direct competition i
' I with women workers
Minneapolis union stcamfitters have
toted for a Saturda half - holiday, to
I become operative March 1. The union
will send delegates to St. ( loud to
lake part In the eomentlon, which i
I will form a state pipe trades council
I Copenhagen (Denmark! police have
', threatened to strike If thej do not re
ceive an Increase in pay, and the1
I movement Is sprealing throiiRho-.it
Denmark It Is said todav that the
I imliee of the entire kingdom might
Jfl Girl employes of factories in Ohio
J are paid wages as low as 1.". cents a
; day. according to the report of the
! 'commissioner of state labor statistics
Thousands, he alleges, are laboring in
I insanitary shops where the tate laws
I are trrosslv violated
Not a cent of the S252.1oO.90 judg
I ment against the 197 members of the- j
1 hatters unions Id Bethel. Danburv
I and South Vorwalk. secured by D. E.
ILoewe & Co , In the United States
! circuit court for alleged boycott of
IB he Mrm coeds has been collected
j rather remarkable instance of a
woman's long, unbroken record come?
ifrom France, where Mrae I-aforest
Ithe oldesi woman, postal official, has
Must retired after forty-nine years of
hcrvice without once having been ab
sent from her post, except during the
1 The seventh annual convention ol
'be ieder.-u.ion of Free Workingmen
lij I t PoUci Ki'n will be h-ld In the city
ml if rtuado on March 18. The organi
fXl atlou is affiliated with the Aunci
Bl federation of I,abor and is compoffftl
1 ' mam radial. and progressive uu-
.81 4 sspiijv
Want advertisements con one cent
per word each issue, or 5 cents per,
line of five words per day, no first
Insertion lets than 25 cents, or two 1
or more lines per week at the rat: of '
2f cents oer Una per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
five average words make a line. All
advertisem-nts on this pafle must bs
paid In advance. No exception to this
WANTED- Competent woman tor
general housework. Apply 903 24ih
fit : phone 493. 2 -2 7 -1 f
YOUNG woman wanted to train for
nursing at the BerKes hospital. 2106
Wash ave ji, if
YOl NO girl foi light housework No.
1 Peery Apartment House. 2 20-tf
GOOD girl for housework, no washing
or ironing 526 25fh. J Uvk
LAD wants position as housekeeper
Address M (are Standard 215-Iwa
WANTED Experienced fruit and
produce peddler In city; steady
work, good hustler or experienced
house canvasser, either will fill the
bill Write today 602 E. Front St..
Butte, Mont. 2-22-lwk
JAP help wanted at the Berges hos
OUTSTDE SALESMAN who can make
good. Phone 195. 2 25-3t
4 GOOD salesmen Room 207 First
Nat'l. Bank Bld: Australian Ice
less Ref Co., Call before noon
FOI R modern furnished roums and
pantrv Inquire 274 23rd 2-28-1 w k
rWO modern furnished rooms, close
in 2717 Wash ave 2-25-1 wk
HOTEL UTAHNA, Wash Ave bet
24th and 2.th Ste. Nice comforiable
furnished housekeeping Apts. Rates
verv reasonable 2-S-tf
FURNISHED aDc unlurnished flats.
203 1 Grant. 9-26-ttno
LIGHT housekeeping and sleeping
rooms 2613 Washington 2 27-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 263u Adams
ave. Phone 1472-W 2 27 13
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms
Strictly modem. 569 22nd. 2-2.-1wk
PI RNISHED rooms for housekeeping.
2220 Lincoln. 2-lS-tf
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 126 W. 22nd
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean,
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
wk. up 53G 3l6t St. 3-13-ljr
MODERN housekeeping rooms, also
modern rooms end board 539 23rd
Two nice!) furnished front rooui3
523 22nd st.
BOARD AND ROOM.
MELROSE Modern steam-heated
rooms; lowest rates Phone 1498-W
' 7 -ROOM house, ground tor garden.
Call 1960-N. 2-26-1 wk
H-ROOM modern house Inq. Stimon
Lunch Room. Phone 2 4 5 - J .
4-ROOM house, pantrv , closet and
paper. All newly papered 355 28th
FOR RENT After March 1 a coz
four-room house on the benrh In
quire at Room 403. First National
Bank building 2-24-lwk
FIVE ROOM modern house. 2323 Jeff
ave SIS. Inquire at 2337 Grant
alBO other house. 2 24-lwlt
FIVE-ROOM inodtru house. 4'!2 Her
rlck. S22-J. 1-31-tl
FIVE-ROOM collage, modern. 237u
Lincoln ave Phone 3lS-J. 2-20-1 wk
THREE rooms, modern opposite high
school. 2542 Monroe. 2-22 tW
5-ROO.M modern houje Inq. '-'521 Or
chard. 2-2 l-i wk
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY Some second
hand bricks Call 24K-2 2 25-1 wk
SECONDHAND incubator wanted.
Phone 24-K2. 2-17-1
WANTED TO RENT
WK HAVE more demand for 3 to n
room houses than in possible to sup
ply. Telephone us If you have a place
tO rent. Matbews-McCulloc h Co. un
Jer First Nat. Bank. Phone 301-W
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
WHY buy an oldlom?
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
NEAR New High School for less than
cost of lot and buildings. Qwnei
leaving orders immediate sale. Cheap.
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St. 2-2f,-lmO
GOOD 8 room home and now store
building with stock of goods, easy
terms; cheap Phone 1427. 2-18-lmo
I FOR SALE by owner, a 7-room mod
ern cement block houae with Rood
barn and extra large lot, 1 o-acre
graVel pit first class gravel and sand.
Inq. 2152 Adams ave. Phone 1490-M
A 4-ROOM modern eemeni block
house, lot 30x166 feet, on car line,
close in, house nearly new; priro
onlv 12,100. Small i ash payment bal
anee to suit MathewB-McCufloch Co,
under First Nat Bank Phono 301 W
IF YOU want the best buy that can
he had for your money in vacant or
improved propertj. don t fail to si-e
R C Mi Bride, The Modern Home
Builder Phone 1427. 2-10-lmo
FOR SALE Best bargain in city, '
room modern home, close in, part
down X L Care Standard. 2 17-lmo
GET YOUR OWN HOME.
One frame house on the bench, five
rooms cit.v water inside, easv install
ment plan, $1250
One frame house, eleven rooms. ;i
Any kind of houses, lots desired
Fire Insurance, good company Loan.?
For full information see H V.m
Braak. 3272 Stephens ave Phone
1 HAVE a number of choice lots on
which I will build houses to suit !
buyer. Will ell at reasonable prices
W. P Mon6on, phone 128.
DON'T Buy Cheap lots!!
But Buy lots of real
value at a low Price.
R. C. McBride, the Mod
ern Home Builder.
FARMS FOR SALE
JijiJ acres of finest farming land In
Idaho. 1 1 2 miles I nun best shipping
town, junction of two railroads and
division point, in upper Snake River
valley; plenty of water, four sets ot
improvements, pumps and windmills
all under a high state of cultivation;
more gram shipped from this town
than from any other town in Idaho
Land suitable for aitle raising beel
farming and the center of the great
seed pea raising district. Will sell
horses, cattle and implements to suit
Also splendid 80 at re farm one mile
from county seat, all under ultiv;i
tlon inquire of owner located temporar
ily at Empire Rooming iiou- room '
2. or phone 1202 Terms 2-27-1 wk I
1549 24th Si 9-ROOM MODERN)
Brick, furnace larpe loi lawn and
shade outside sleeping room, fine'
brick I arn suitable lor garage One
of the best homes iu Ogden in fine
ondition and a big 9iiaj if taken it
once Immediate possession Apph
to owner, K. G. Agce. Phone 425 or
n BUILDING lots good location $150
apiece Inquire of owner 2036 d
antfl Phone 1077-R.
OW NED will sell cheap fine alfalfi
and grain farm. Also extra fine
fruit farm on electric line; no turn
mission. Address Brigham. Utah, R. j
F. D. No 2. Box 79 2-ll-2wksi
FIVE-ROOM cottage 771 24th st
FIVE-ROOM MODERN house 432
Derrick. Cheap if sold at once In
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 1 am
doing My customers will all tell you
tlut. they are more than pleased. Can
I produce letter evidence of the fact"
R C Mr-Bride. Modern Home Builder
807 2r't!i St., Phone 1427. 1-27-lmo
THE best vacant lots in
Ogden City, tor the
money. Phone 1427.
TWO genuine bargains: A nice 4
room cottage on bench; will ell
Cheap on monthly payments, or trade
for good building lots; inquire 2411
Washingtou ave, room 11 8-rooni
modern brick house, cement cellar;
barn and oulb ulldinRs. all iu good
condition; lot 106x200 fr-et, with wa
ter right; all improvements in and
paid tor, this is well located and a
snap at $4,500 E W. Cannadv, 2411
Washingtou ave.. room 11 1-31-lwk
BY owner, 3 choice lots: be6t loca
tion on bench, snap If taken at
onco Phono 201U-J L'527 Gramercy.
BEST LOTS iD the City. F. Ilender
shot. under Ut Nat i Bank Phone
FURNISH LOT. Anv location. Build
to suit customer. Monthly pay
ments. Phone 1427.
FARM TO TRADE,
FARM near "tdwn Tor hoMrff'clpa In.
D. tVES, 3S0 25th 3LVJ$-iyV
FOR SALE Thoroughbred rose comb
Brown Leghorn. Black Minorca and
Khorie Island Red eggs for 15 ir,
I for 1"" Mrs I-. Mah-r, 639 7th' st.
Tel- 1619-M. 2-22-lmo
ALL kinds chickens handled during
; breeding season. Agent MANDY
LEE and ESSEX INCUBATORS Og
den Feed Co., 22C2 Wash. 2-11-lmo
BUFF Orphington eggs and cockerels
S C White Leghorns. Brown Leg
horns Place your order now for baby
chicks We guarautee satisfaction.
Write for price list Orland Hatchery,
Orland, Glenn Co, Cal. 1-11-Jmo
I DON't forget Frank L. Kerns, Cedar
Rapids, la . If you want good R. I
R. Eggs that will hatch 2-8-lwk
WILLOW RIVER, coming commercial
centre of interior British Columbia
On r.rand Trunk Pacific and Pacific
& Hudson Bay IIjb., entrance great
Peace River Country. For full infor
mation write Pacific Land ft Town
sites Co., Ltd, 204 Richards Street,
Vancouver, B. C. Agents wanted
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
A 1911 model T Ford car, looks like
new; electric light.--, new tires Ad
dress C. R.. care Standard. 2-26-lwk
I Nt A LIED for suits at cost, sizes
35, 36 and 38. H E Plake Tailor
ing Co 2479 Grant. 2-26-1
ONE team for farm work; wagon and
machinery. 158 25th st. 2-22-lwk
AMERICAN br-hool Library Modern
Engineering Practice, eleven vol
times 2521 Adams ave 220-lwk
THOROUGHBRED Poland China
boar. 8S0 12th St. Tel 1121 -W
VERY cheap Incubator and brooder
886 12th St. Tel 1121-W.
WHY spread manure on your lawn
when land plaster can bo bought
cheaper and is 100 per cent better '
(Jet out of the notion of making our
trout door vard a corral, a most in
sanltarj thiug, use nature's fertilizer;
clean, white land plaster; sold by I
the Eccles Lumber Co at $1 per bag
of luo pounds. 2-6-lmo
BLACKSMITH shop, tools material.
for Bale; Will trade for other prop
erty C Nielsen. 12th and Washing
ton ave , Ogden 2-5-lmo
SECOND-HAND, four-drawer card
index cabinet. Inquire at the
Staudard Business Oriic and see it
SLIGHTLY used nigh-grade piano for
sale cheap. O J St!) well, Tel 102S
or 11 1-28 tf
IRON blcck and tacke with long one
inch tope Inquire at Standard
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Lve.i bet. 23rd and 24th Sts Phone
FULL sized ink barrels, $1 00 apiece
MONEV TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate;
$100 up; real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO
2411 Washington Ave, Room 11
LOANS on improved farm or city
property Hunter A. Kennedy, u ;
24th st , opposite court house
MONEY to loan on real estate. H.
A. Purdy, 2478 Washington ave 2d
Monev to loan on city and farm
property. Any amount, no delft
Matbews-McCulloch 'o under First
National bank Phone 801 -W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
mond', jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
1885. The Money Lender? of OgdeD
278 25th st C. H Smith. Prop.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can get It today. Cheapest rates,
best and most private terms in L'tau
D D Drake, over Paine SL Hurst
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Bruramitt, 4-27-tt
WANTED IfilSCELL AN220U8
CURTAINS done up neatly. All work
guaranteed Phone 1344-W
( 1 R TAINS laundered Tel 1644-W
asea'i w iththelad whowlnstherosa ry
prize. Alvord & Anything, limitless
Tel. nobody or tell 333-W. Mall box
es 10c. 2-20-tf
WANTED Family washing Tele
phone 2191 -R 2-3-1 mo
Advertisements in this column
cost 75c per lmc per month, pay
able in advance.
DONE in all lengths. 2568 Cole's
Court, rear 2 10 2Gth St Tel 1729-W.
LAWYER O'COiJNOLLY, (over NyeJ
Clothing stoto.) 24ii Wash avo.
bTtN IIULAN1SKI, First National
k Ban bids. i2-ii-tf
FEBRUARY 27. 1913. 'li
J W ILSON Book and loor leaf de
vice manufacturer. Upstalra. 2465
Waah. , Phono 850 12-30-lrao
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
BAKER'S Billiard Rooms removed
from 326 25th at to 2452 Grant
I ave We have the best tables and
l cues in the state Tables ror sale.
1 and repairing done Agent for the
Meun Billiard Co. of Milwaukee.
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone 883 for up
holawring, mattreBt makint, r
tretchlng of bed fprlngi
F. J. FREENOR, Graduate Chlrpprac"
tor IncurableB and female trou
bles my specialty Consultation free.
Rooms 13-14, 2411 Washington Ave.
Fit yourself (or business.
I SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL.
Practical business courses
ELEC. VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC "Santos" rented, 30c per
hour Delivered and called for
Fleet rie Service Co, Phone 88.
DR. J H. CARTER, 2356 Washington
ave ; office phone 1782; res., 391-M.
Massage, electric and vibrator treat
ment for tho cure of rheumatism, pa
ralysis, nervous troubles 12-2-lyr
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING P
Hansen s Eleetr'-.d Shoo Shop. 309
24th St. Best work and material In the
city All work guaranteed. Qlve us
a trial. ll-30-3mo.
FRANK HLNDERSHOT, under Utah
National bank. Phone 322-J.
OLD reliable companies that pay
C. D. IVES, Agent. 380 25th St.
FURS cleaned and remodeled, skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street
THE CRESTON Stoam hented: hot
and cold water, every room, new
and modern; 50c and up. Twenty
fifth street, opposite City park.
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
anv kind of junk, phone us up We
will call for It. Tel. 210
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St.
PAINTING, paperhanglng aad tinting
Y den Hortog. phore 571-R
JAMES THOMPSON Expert paper
clear.lnp, rough and painted walls
and burlap. All work guaranteed,
riionu 11CS 2341 Jackson avenue.
, DO YOU want a Picture that looks
like you? Crawshaw Photo Studio
lis the place to go 219 2jth St.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OH. A. FERNLUND, Poyslclan and
Surgeon Office ho irs 11 to 4 p m.
New Pefiry Bldg , Hur9on Ave Phono
i 1 9 r V, Residence phone 2129-W 64C
Waal inton avenue 6-11-tf
THREE things we claim. Prompt
ness, good work, low prices Den
k. ts & Son. phone 1850-W Printers
Washington Ave. Let us figure
With you. If we print the first job
I for you, it will not be the last one
Bound to please Established in 190u.
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
v.ork 2465 Wash ave Phone 850
OGDEN STAMP WORKS, phone 454.
or mail card if you wish us to call
with samples. Office Spargo b
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture.
loLbing and shoes, bought, sold o
exchanged, also ihinki and suitcases
cheap A Sluer, Phone 132L 179 1-2
Tvs nt-' -fifth SL 6-13-lyr.
1 X L FURNITURE store, 2227 Wash
ington ave.; 2d-hand furniture of
all kinds bought and sold, prices
which no other sture can equal.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCait & Co.
2728 Grant Bell nhouti 2018-W
gUMMBRILL'S, the largest stove re
pair house in the west 2304 Wash
ington ave.. OKden Tel. 364. Mail
orders solicited. 2-20-tf
SWITCHES; reduced price Combines
made iu switches C. E. Lee, 404
1 26th SL 1-Sl-lmo
I ' "
TAILORS AND CLEANERS
INLANDER BROS. Tailors, clean
ing pressing aud repairing. Phono
342-j' Office LiGS 24th St. 1-4-lmo
VARNISHING AND PAINTING
J J M'KINNON. 2202 Wash Avo. Car
rittge and (L) Auto paint ins.
g" A. UNpY. D V. S. Phor- "828.
Office and OipitaL 21ot Washington.
) - !
Now Is the Time io Buy 1
Ogden Real Estate 1
i There never was better opportunity to buy B
property in Ogden than at the present time. II! m
The prices are very low and sure to advance; j M
we have several good bargains.
5 Room Modern Pressed Brick Houses ....$2500 00 K
5 Room Modern Frame Houses $2000.00 I K
4 Room Modern Houses $1800 00 m
Several 5 Room Modern Pressed Brick Houses, good loca- m
tion, sell for $1850 00, small payment down and small monthly i
Vacant Lots on Corner 28th and Williams, sell for $275.00 R
on easy terms, and lots in any part of the city on easy terms. K
MONEY TO LOAN AT 3 PER CENT INTEREST. W
See Carl C. Rasmusson I
Phone 115. 350 24th Street I
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hal on Washington ave, I
1 between 25th and 26th sts., the first
and third Fridays of each month. So- (
I Journlng members cordially invited to
attend. Fannie M. Whiiumore, W.
i M.; Callio E Cave, Secretary.
j Unity Lodge No 18, F. & A. M.,
' Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings eery Wednesday
evening at 7 3u o'clock. Members of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
' cordially invited to attend. S. W.
berry. W. M. Felix T Moore, Sec
retary. 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
i Thursday afternoons at 2.30 o'clock.
in Eagles' hall, 2441 Iiudsnn ave. Vis
; it ing members cordially In-, ited to At
tend. Kathryn Egyloston. L. C, L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Silver Tf'Ut No. I, Macabees of the
World, meet second and fourth Mon
day nights at 8 o'clock p. m. All vis
iting Sir Knights cordially invited
E A STEPHENSON.
V. B. OGLETREE,
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock. K. of P hall.
i-iiing neighbors invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr Alice M Ridge, M. D.,
57-58 Lewis Mock Addie Baker, C.
N , 130 W. 27th St Marie Crites, Clerk.
2781 Monroe avenue
Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
eights at 8 p m , in I. O O F. hall
Visiting neighbor! cordially invited
! Mary E. Bllxt. O. N . 451 Jlst St. Ka'.o
Heyman, Clerk Bell phon 1247-J.
Brotherhood of American Ifeomen
Ogden Homestead. No. 15i5 meets on
2nd nnd 4th Tuesday evenings at K.
P. hall Visiting Archers are cordially
invited to meet with us. Addie L. Wil
liams. Foreman, 180 Twenty-first
street. J A Junk, Correspondent,
' Roal Highlanders Meet cver 1
first "and third Fridavs at 8 p. m. at;
i Union Labor hall Visiting members
jcordiallv invited. Andrew W. Nelson.
I P. Wni Muller, Sec and Trcas.,
2582 Washingtou Ave.
Modern Woodmen of America Utah
camp No mr-fts everv first and
third Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K of P. hall, Twenty -fourth st. and
Washington ave Visiting members
invited. W H Drauey, Consul J.
I fid Shafer, Clerk.
Kratei d il Order of Eagles Ogd n
aerie No. 118, F. O E., meets oet.v
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall.
Hudson ave., at 8 o'clock. Visiting:
brother Eagles are invited to attend
the aerie meetings. Llub rooms open
at il a. m. J W. Griffin, w. Presi
dent E. R Cciger. secretary. Dr. C.
E. War-Jleigh. Aerie Physician.
Woodmen of the World - Weber
Camp No. 74 moots in K of P. hall in
Ithe Utah National hank building ev
ery Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
! Visiting Woodmen cordially Invited
tu attend U O Smith, C. C : E Auth.
Clerk F"'st National Bank building.
Quren City Rehekah Lodgo No 4,
1 O O F.. meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting rafinb-rs Invited Lula Claud-,
maD N G.; Fninia Meld, Recordnig
Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street.
Royal Neighbors ot America Meets ;
every first and third Tuesday nights
of each month at 8 p. m. at the
Reese Howell hall. Vitdtlng neigh
bors invited. Ducb can be paid to
Mrs Anna Kies-Finley, M. D.. room
-'1 Lewis block. India Sawyer. Ora
cle 1948 Jackson Lillian Newton.
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No. 1218, Ordr of Owls, meets ev
ery Friday evening in their own hall
(tl) old 'Elk club rooms) at 8
o clock. Visiting Brother Owls aro in
vited to attend the nest meetings I.
C Bmmett, President. J Oliver, Sec
retary 2J1 Twenty -fifth street
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual stockholders' meeting of the
"Crcat Salt Lake Copper Co. is hereby
called for. and will bo held at the Bec
retary'e office, 25th tieet Ogden,
Utah. Wednesday. March 5, 1913. t
B p m. All stockholder? of this com-
piny and those bidding tpek, in the
j Lakeside Copper C6V tir' reqiiestod to
iJ pi, -rut- A. FERM c.NU. Pres.
' V A. KHJ iFIEj.U Aci-rv, Scc.-Treas.i
WEBER RIVER RIGHTS.
John R. Barnes, president Davis and
Wehor county canals, has made appll- j
cation for 15.000 acres of additional
water rights to be impounded in the 1
Baal Canyon Creek dam Time of I
piotcst expires April 17 1913. Con- 9
suit state engineer for information. I
WEBER RIVER RIGHTS.
G A. Marr makes application for 1
Uiii cubic if. i rit water tor power ' f
purposes on the Weber river limefW j
for protest expires April 19, 1013 fi
Consult state engineer for informa-J
tion 4-19-3. h
Samuel Allen. Huntsville, will mal W 1
homestead proof on March 15,
hefore county clerk, Weber countv.
D t R. G. FREIGHT SALE.
At Salt Lake City March 4, 1913.
Fred J Sheffer bankrupt, Ogden. I
asks to be discharged from bankrupt-j
cy. 4-12-3J I
J H Labrun declared bankrupt,' ttf
first meeting of creditors March 10.: 3fc
lrH 3 1" "
' ' t
John Sewell, declared bankrupt,
first meeting of creditors March S
1913 3-10-3 ' 'H
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .
there will be a meeting of the mem
bers of the societv known as
the SECOND CONGREGATIONAL mT'I
CHURCH at the church building
wher? said society meets at Five M
Points Ogden Utah, on the 5th diy-J I
of March, 1913. at the hour of S MCM
o'clock p. m The object of said meot- !'j
iDg is to consider an(j ote upon thf a
ipifstlon of incorporating said society
in'o ri bodv corporate to be known a.s ' '9
"SECOND CONGREGATIONAL f
(CHURCH." and to adopt articles of M
Th's the 11tb da of Februarv, 1913. jjf
J. C SIMMONS.
GEORGE D MITCHELL,
DANIEL S TAPLIN, j
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for furnishing tho
materials and erecting a two span m
steel bridge across the Weber river W -j
on 33rd street, under plans and spec- I
itii ations furnished by the City Engi- I
nffi and approved by the Board of I
( ommissloners, will be received at
the office of the City Engineer In the
(It. Hall, at Ogdeii. Utah, until 10
o'clock A. M. on Thursday the 13th. 5
day of March, 1913. at which time all
bids receied will be publicly opened
and read aloud
Plans and specifications enn be had "
upon application to the Cltj Engineer
The rinht is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects.
By order ot the Board of Commis-
H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer
First publication, Feb. 13th, 191,
Last publication Man h 12th, 191 3.
intermountain Fair Association
Principal place of business. Ogden
City. Utah Notice There are delin
quent upon the following described
Mock on account of assessment ot
f 00 per share, levied on thp 11th dav
Of November, 1912. the several I
amounts set opposite the names of
the respective shareholders as fol- ',3b
Name. Shares. Anit. fiJ
tohn Felt. Huntsville 2 ? 2.0 M
c K Faulkner, Ogden. Ut 2 2 0"
Ceo. Hellewell. Jr., Burlf) 1
I.J a ho f' n.OO
Ezra Richardson. Ogden
Utah 107 107.00 I
And in accordance with law and an '
order of the Board of Directors mad-
on the lfith clay of January'- 1913 so
man shares of each parcel of such
ir ten k as may be necessary to be sold
a1 public auction at the office of the
S. i rotary County Court House, Og
den City, Utah, at 12 o'clock noon on
the lHh day of March, 1913. to pay
thf delinquent assessments thereon,
together with the coats of advertising
and expenses of sale.
CEO D FOLK MAN, Secretary
County Court House. Ogden, Utah.
OF OGDEN, UTAH
U. S. DEPOSITARY
Capital $ 160,000.00
and surplus 350,000.00
M, S. Browning, Pres.; t R
Eccles, Vico Pres.; G. H.
Tribe, Vlce-Prcs.; John Wat
son, VIce-PreB.: John Pingree, X
Cashier; Jas. F. Burton, Asst.