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If HOOD THINGS
1 BY BASKETfUl
1 Fitly baskets
bulging with K0od
thngs to eat will bo distributed to as
niTij destitute families
i > > tho yesterday
Ogden
corps of the Salvation
Arm and half n hundred forlorn
Ionies will
bo brightened
todny by a
bIn Iul Christmas dinner
Tho baskets which were prepared
i tills
morning by Captain A H dies
I im ond his wife
contain each a good
nzcd pork roast a piece of beef po
ltoo apples a can of fruit three
j oumls of sugar bread and a portion
1 or hUller
one pack of Hour a pnck
fj 1 nc of coHen bunch of celery nil s
en ot condensed milk
All of these
urtirlcs were either donated to the I
rrnty or worc purcliaseil with
ncncv
cojiiucd
Captain Chesbani stated yester I
I day that the people of Ogdeji1 have
I on liberal in their donations and
fjiar
many
rit courtesies have been ex j
tended
to the
nnny workers In their
cflortn to relieve tho
sufferings of tho I
r n r families on Christmas
Next Tuesday night
the army will i
tiom 200 poor children to tho slpln i
01 a Christmas
trees decorated with
Cl Idle and presents for their
ucuo
fit Sacks of candles
fili and nuts will
be given to tho little ones and many
other presents of n more substantial
nature also will ho distributed I
According to tile captain of the 10 I
cal corps the Salvation
Army In the
Lulled States will feed in the neigh
borheod of half a million hungry I
pea
I le today
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Sf JOSEPWS
RAND mGH MASS
Christinas at St Josephs will be
n with a grand high
mass at C a
in tim music for which is among tho
rot elaborate of the many excellent
hrlstmas programs given in that
cuurch
Following high mass there will be
L j > ss at 830 and then high moss with
1 sermon at 1030
This is the great day of rejoicing in
K Catholic world and Ogdens Cath
1 c population has
mado fitting prep
aration for the event in their local
curcb Sunday morning
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HAY
In Ton Lots
AT 91200 PER TON
Tho Choicest of Hay at
GROUTS GRAIN STORE
352 Twentyfourth Street
ouln Fedo
Proud
Indeed of that last winters shirt
or suit if you will have us dry
clean it Your garments or fa
brics will always be returned to
you in faultless condition if you
MlId them to the
Ogden Steam Laundry
437 25th St
I PARKER COAL CO
COAL AT THE YARD
Gross Creek Lump 5475
L flock Springs Lump 575 I
1 Rock Springs ut 559
ti1 Castlo Gale and Clear
1i Creek Lump 5525 I
i
i Castle Gato Nut 500
Castle Gato MIll Slack 350
J GEO PARKER j
c 011 ooc
A
ooo Wo I
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The bread that retains Its I
flavor and freshness with tho I
mercury at 80 is made of
x
Riverd l e
Fliour
I
Ask any housewife
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MADE BY
I
OGDEN MILLING
ELEVATOR CO I
I REDUCTION IN
I PRiCE Of GOAl
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
1 + +
+ LOVETT ORDERS f
+ CUT IN COAL +
I + +
+ Cheyenne Wyo Dec 24 +
+ President Robert S Ixnett ot +
+ the Union Pacific Rnllrond com +
f PitHy sent a message last night +
+ to Rock Springs ordering the +
f price of coal
f at tho mines re +
+ duccd 35
cents It ton +
4
The order came as a Christ +
+ mas present to all tho coal con +
t sumers on the Hue of the Un +
I 4 ion Pacinc railroad In Wyoming +
4
Colorado and Nebraska and Is +
I 4 the result
of a vigorous protest +
I 4 against the
recent Increase +
i +
+
4 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Effective yesterday Union Pacific
Coal company has reduced the price j
of coal at all of its mines In Wyoming I
from 3 per ton to 265 per ton the
rate applying to nil points on the liar I
rlman aysloin in the west including
Ogden and all other towns served by
the Union Pacific Coal company The
announcement of tho reduction was
contained in a telegram received late
Friday by William H Bancroft vice
president and general manager of the
Oregon Short Line from D 0 Clark
vice president of the Union Pacific
Coal company
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I NONSUT IN A
DAMAGE CASE
Tn the damage suit of Charles B
Scwell against Henry Linderman
Judge Howell yesterday granted
the motion for nonsuit and dlscharg
ed the jury
In granting the motion the court
stated that It had not been shown by
thc testimony that Mr Llnderman
was responsible for the acts of his
son Inasmuch as the boy was not act
ing as his agent or servant and that
he was not operating the automobile I
under the consent or knowledge of
his father I
The evidence disclosed the fact that
young Llndennon after driving his I
father and other members of the fam
ily to the theater had been persuaded
by some of his friends to go out for
a joy ride which he did tho ned
dent happening while ho was on the
trip Thefather the defendant in the
case had told the boy to put the ma
chine in the garago
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PRfSHHfD D
WITH CANE I
W R Horspool who on Nov 28
was retired on a pension by + h < liar
rlman railroad company was honored
Friday night by 11 of his fellow work
men from the freight depot who call
ed at Ids home and presented him
a gold headed cane and a purse of
money
When the presentation was made
by William Hope in the namo of the
check clerks Mr Horspool was so
overcome with emotion that ho could
scarcely express his thanks Later ho
requested The Examiners representa
tive to say that he was affected bj the
kindness shown and he hoped a rich
reward would come to his comrades
For 10 years Mr Horspool was In
the employ of the Harriman raironds
nUll was one of the most popular men
in local railroad circles both with
his fellow employes and with the of
ficials of the road
He was born in London England
March 12 1S45 and came to this coun
try In 1SC2 He reached Salt Lake in
1SC4 and later went north in the em
1P
ploy of the Bon Hallday Stage com
pany with which he remained until
1 SGi when he began working for the
WellsFargo Express company ot Deep
Creek west of Salt Lake It was III
1S70 that ho entered the emplop of
the railroad company as yard clerk
Prior to his retlment he waa one I
of tho clerks in the freight office nrd
it was the other clerks of this oiPuj
who called at his homo on Twenty
sixth street Friday night and in words
and tokens gave exprcGBion to theI
esteem
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CONDITION OF
STOCK MARKET
Ncw York Dec 21 Business in
the stock market this week was char
I acterized by its narrowness and un
certain price movements Its purely
professional character and the ex
I t remel small volume of operations
call for little comment
I Net price changes were unimpor
tant for the most part but Josses pre
I dominated and tho tune towards the
end wau heaT There was some
I slackening In the demand for bonds
I but the outlook In that market Is en
couraging on the whole
r General conditions so far as they
have to do with the industrial and
commercial development of the coun
in are practically unaltered Fur
ther contraction Is shown in the steel
and iron Industry This movement
has spread and now affects copper
and allied lines
Mercantile business more particu
larly the retail trade shows the nat
ural Improvement duo to tho holidays
but in wholesale Hues caution and
conservatism preval
Money Is now abundant at this cen
ter and financial Institutions are buy I
Ing freely of commercial paper at
reduced discounts
Railroad reports In numerous In
stances continue to chow reduced
earnings and retrenchment in expen
ditures is likely to hold pending re
adjustuioul of freight rates
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HE IS SIMPLY CRAZY
Philadelphia Dec oITho foreign
er who yesterday told tho police that
ho had act fire to tho leather factory
Wednesday night when fourteen per
sona were killed wan sent by tho po
llco today to n hospital as a patient
the police beiiis convinced thai ho had
nothing to do with the fire 1
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OGDEN MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY r1TV11P lc iin
IEACERS ON A
JOLLY OUTING
Miss Bertha Stone formerly of this
paper but now a teacher In Impe
rial Valley Cal is the writer of the
following descriptive article of camp
lug In the mountains The article is
from the Imperial Enterprise
SIgnal Mountain Outing
Had Principal Theobald ot Calex
Ico seen tho Jolly crowd of teachers
who participated in the trip to Signal
Mountain last Friday and Saturday
he would have had no reason to feel
that his advice in regard to a teach
ers duty to herself and soclllty h
en at the Elementary TcoacberB con
vention the previous Saturday was
wasted
Dutchorfi big tallyho left Imperial
early Friday morning and the Im
perial teachers and frleuds Including i
Mr and Mrs C I Jcnneu the chape
rons Misses Helena Clark Emily
Dyke Ella P Bartz Myrtle Briggs
and Bertha M Stone and Mcssr
H A Burroll 0 W Larson A P
Shibicy W E Talbert nnd R H ray
lor were Joined at El Centra by Miss
es Garnett R Davis Josephine Eddy
Clara B Johnson nnd Joanetta Wrot
tenborg and oMssrs I 0 Alger and
J E Carr
Then the glorious trip began Tho
day was an Ideal one and the drive of
more than 20 miles to the camping
place on the ancient shore lino about
a mile from tho base of tho moun
tain was truly exhilarating
When tho party reached the Mount
Signal school houso all alighted thud
invaded the pretty little school where
Miss Foster presides
Early Friday afternoon camp was
mado and the usual picnic appetite
was appeased upon the arrival of tho
provision wagon In tho evening all
gathered around a cheerful bonfire
where each vied with tho other in the
narration of thrilling stories both
possible and impossible while the
popping of corn nnd toasting of marsh
mallows kopt pace
Early Saturday morning the ascent
was begun and seven of the climbers I
the first to leave the camp succeeded
in reaching the summit They wore
Messrs Taylor Larson Talbert and
Alger and Misses Wrottonberg Bartz
and Stone Lack of time prevented
those who left later many of whom
nearly reached tho top from accom
plishing their purpose
A trip of this kind would be Incom
plete without some thrilling adven
ture so live accommodating ones of
the seven who reached the summit
furnished the necessary excitement
for the occasion Mr Taylor and Mr
Larson wore the first to arrive at
the monument and after inscribing
their names on improvised parchment
took their departure over the trail by
which they came returning to camp
by an cast side gulch Tho remain
ing five tunable to resist the magnif
Icent view lingered and before leaving
had christened an unnamed peak Ped
agogical mount and written a brief
history of their feat As they de
scended an inviting canyon proved
more alluring than the arduous trail
that led them to tho summit and
down this canyon they climbed Lit
tic progress had been made when two
of the party lost their soles and a
third finding evidences that other
soles had been lost In that self same
canyon In former times named the
gorge The Canyon of Lost Soles
It seemed that the hardest part of
the trip was over when a 10 foot
drou made further descent impossi
ble and the five now weary and
footsore were compelled to retrace
their steps to tho summit Another
canyon which led to the base of the
mountain was followed hut long be
fore the bottom was reached dark
ness had mado traveling down the
precipitous and rocky canyon unsafe
Searching parties were sent out lo
eating the detained ones about throe
miles from cam and by 9 oclock all
were gathered around the cheerful
fire none tho worse for their trying
I experiences in the Canyon of Lost
Soles Nov 2C 1910
The ditch water
secured at
a
ca
nal some distance from
na camp proved I
a welcome substitute for ten gallons
of filtered water
poured out upon the
ground before the necessity of
spend
ing another night
upon the dIJsolt was
realized It was thoroughly enjoyed
bv the rescued party who hnd left In
the morning without breakfast provid
ed with a few lemons and apples and
a pint of water to quench their thirst
The return trip was made Sunday
morning and before noon the entire
party wer > at homo or with friends
Despite the naturally resulting stiff
ness sore lips and sunburn all de
clare they enjoyed every minute of
the outing and eagerly anticipate
similar pleasant time with the same a
congenial merry party
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TRAVELED 2000 MILES
TO MARRY A GIRL
Colorado Springs Cola Dec 21
John T McCrumm of Sharpevlllo
Pn traveled nearly 2000 miles to
marry Miss Della F Doench here yes
terday and Immediately after the cer
emony departed for his home in Penn
s 1Dlnalonu
His wlfo will
join him in the sum
mer The young woman Is here with
her parents for nor health
nn
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ f
+ HALF A TON OF +
+ GOLD FROM IDITAROD +
+ +
+ S ward Alaska Dec 21half +
+ a ton of gold was brought out +
+ over the trail on dog sleds by a +
+ party of live miners who arrived +
4 from the Iditnrod district yes 4
+ terday This is the camps +
+ cleanup since the close of nay +
4 Igatiun for tho winter Tho gold 1
+ will be sent to the government 4
+ assay office at Seattle +
+ Members of the party say the 4
+ trail Is rough making hard work f
+ for heavyladen dog teams +
+ +
+ + + + + + + + 4 + + 4 + + + + +
00
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
f +
+ INSECTICIDE WORSE +
+ THAN THE RESTS +
+ +
+ Cheyenne Wyo Doc 2i 4
4 George Dennis a laborer for the +
4 past few nights found sleep an +
+ impossibility because of tho pros +
f ence In lilt bed of Innumerable +
+ lIttle posts not mentioned in po +
f lite society Accordingly he +
4 sprinkled bin bed clothes Thurs 4
+ day night with an insecticide 4
+ Last night at c local hospital he 4
4 w a saId to he dying from pols 4
< on absorbed through his pores 4
4 while he slept 4
+
4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
rpROBAH AND
riiOI DAY
The probate and motion calendars
came up for consideration before Judge
Howell yesterday being disposed
of in the following manner
Probate
Estate and guardianship of John
Leo Egan et al petition for Icttcro
of guardianship Granted
Estate and guardianship of Myrtl
IS Hardy ct al minors petition for
approval allowance and settlement of
first account and report Granted
Estate of William Blake deceased
petition for approval allowance and
settlement of final account to set
aside homestead for distribution
compensation of administratrix for
discharge and release Granted
Estate of John I Ohlsou deceased
petition for family allowance Grant
ed
Estate of Jens C Christensen de
ceased petition for approval allow
ance and settlement of final account
and for distribution Granted
and for distribution Granted Bond
50Estate
Estate and guardianship of Jeremiah
Paul Donohuc ct nl minors petition
for letters of administration Grant
ed Bond 500
Estate and guardianship of Beda
Josephine Nelson et al minors pe
tition for letters of guardianship
Granted Bond 1100
Estate ofJohn Contos deceased
report nf ref ree AunrOVOd
Estate of Maria L Stoddard de
ceased petition for letters of admin
istration Granted Bond 175
Motions
Asel Kycs vs Robert C Lundy ex
ecutor demurrer overruled 10 days
to answer
Mary Baxter vs Win A Baxter
motion to strike out cross complaint
denied demurrer to answer and
cross complaint overruled 40 a
month alimony and 50 attorney foes
allowed
Wm Bowo vs John Calfa ct al
motion to dismiss denied
Mlntle Little Woodmanece vs Sam
uel Porter Woodmansce citation con
tinued
Luella Doxey vs Alma T Doxoy
motion continued
Frank Kraso vs the Denver Rio
Grande railway i petition for remov
al denied
Maria T Martin vs Herman Mar
tin order to show cause continued
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WAS CAUGHT
BITWfEN CARS
H V Lotau a switchman em
ployed in the Harriman yards was
severely injured Friday night while
coupling cars He was taken to the
Ogden hospital immediately after the
accident It Is expected that he will
recoer
Tho accident occurred about 11
oclock while Lotan was at work In
the making up of a raln Lotan Is be
lloved to have attempted to make n
coupling and was caught between thn
cars His cries were heard by his
fellow workmen and he was picked
up and a physician culled to attend
him 115s back was badly bruised and
his shoulder is believed to be dis
located Lotan resides in Ibis city
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OPIUM FOUND STORED I
AWAY ON A SHIP
San Francisco Dec 21 Customs I
Inspectors yesterday discovered 76
tins of opium valued at 4000 on the
liner Asia The drug was concealed
between the lining and wall ot the
dining room A small crack in the
molding surrounding a panel was no
ticed by a searcher and cloocr In
spection revealed that the panel had
been tampered with
When it was removed a dozen cans
of opium fell to tho floor
This is the first large seizure of I
opium mado at this port since last
February Tho drug will be destroy
ed I
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Bank Statement
New York Dec 2IThe following
is the Now York clearing houso sum
mary for the week ending Dec 23rd
Loans 1221181000 Increase G
247000
Deposits 1189340000 Increase
9437000
Circulation 47889000 increase I
COSOOO
Specie 239223000 decrease 1
215000 i
Legal tenders 09029000 decrease
605000
Reserve 307231000 increase J
918000
Reserve required 297335000 In
crease 2302000
Surplus 9890000 increase 55C
000
Chicago
Chicago Dec 2i Cattle Receipts
estimated at 300 market steady
beeves 50a725 Texas steers IIOn
520 western steers l00aa90 stock
erg and fecders 3 I0a575 cows and
heifers 2iOaCJo calves 715a935
Hogs Receipts estimated at 12000
market steady light 750a790 mix
ed 750i7CO heavy 7COa790 rough
750a7G5 good to choice heavy 7C5a
790 pigs 710a7S5 bulk 770a7S5
Sheep Receipts estimated at 1 i
500 market atcady native 21Qall5
western 275ni I 0 yearlings lSOa
5C5 native lambs 25a025 west
ern 125aC25
Chicago Close
Chicago Dec 21Clos
Wheat Dec 92 GS May 90 3S
July 93 8l2
CornDec 47 May IS 143S
July 19 IStfjl1
Oats Dec 31 38 Mat 34 llfffCS
July 31 11
PorkJan 1990 May 1895
Lard Jan 1080 May 1037 12
Ribs Jan 1015 May 90o997 12
Omaha
Omaha Dec 21 Cattle Receipts
200 Market unchanged I
hogsReceipts 2100 Gc LO JOe I
higher Heavy 75t775 mixed 765
775 light 7 ij7S5 pigs G60Iif
750 built 7GO775
SheepReceipts 100 Staady Year
lings 4 < 3i525 Wethers 3503125
ewes G < fC50 lambs 5250025
t Chicago Produce
Chicago Dec 21 Butler steady
croarneriea 2Cff20 dairies 2125
KEG Steady receipts 1201 llrsts I
20 prime do 11 I
Chcebc Steadj daislea 15014
Twins 11 14
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Classified Ads 6
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READ iifi
ADVERTISING PRICES
Want advertlEcmenta cost one cent
per WOrd each Icuuo or 5 cents per
line of flvo words per day no first
Insertion less than 25 centS or two
Or more lines per weck at the rate
of 25 cents per lino per week or 75
cents per line per month Remember
five average Words make a line All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance No exception to thlc
nile
HELP WAITED
FEMALE
DEMONSTRATOR Refined lady or
gentleman of good appearance to act
as demonstrator for large Iowa mann
a ctu
rcr Experience unnecessary
Liberal pay steady employment Adv
Dept Central Mfg Co Iowa City
Iowa 1225lt
WANTED Girl for general house
work Apply C7C 2lst SL
> VV 1VNVVN1V > w S
HELP WANTED
MALE
ABLEBODIED MEN wanted for tho
U S Marine Corps between the
ages of 19 and 35 Must be native
born or have first papers Monthly
pay Slfi to SfiO Additional comnen
eatlon possible Food clothing quar
ters and medical service free
After 30 j ears service can retire with
7G per cent of pay and allowances
Service on board ship and ashore in I
all parts of the world Apply at U S
Marine Corps Recruiting Office Eldora
Hotel Ogden Utah 121lmo
SITUATIONS WANTED I
MALE
SITUATION WANTED Jap heso
school boy wants situation at any
kind of housework 219 2Gth street
GOOD Jap boy wants work after school
hours P 0 box 539 Bell 1075Y
1 223lwk
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSE
FOURROOM house close In Inquire
2 IS 29th Bell 50CY 1222lwk
FOR SALE OR TRADE
ONE fresh milch cow 1915 Grant
aye 1222lwk
FOR RENT
ROOMS AND BOARD
BOARD AND ROOM close In and de
sirable 252G Adams 1220lwk
WANTED TO BUY
WANTEDTo buy clone In west or
north of Ogden small house about
2 acres of znod land Address Cash
care of Standard 12222wks
SALESMEN ANTED
CALENDAR SALESMEN for Utah Ex
perienced for largest imd finest linn
calendars imported and domestic also
leather goods aluminum celluloid
etc liberal terms fair treatment ex
clusive territory deal direct with the
largest and oldest house In America
no middlemen capital 225000 Ad
dress with rafcrenccs stating experi
ence August Gast BankNote and
Lithe Co SU Louis Mo 1225 t
TRAVELING salesmen wanted Side
or liialn line for states of UtahNeva
da to handle swell Specialty Hue I
Mexican hats to the trade Easy seller
Practically 110 competition Commis
sions liberal Samples in hand case
furnished Splendid opportunity for
right man Address giving record and
references In first letter Confidential
Sales Manager Mexican American Hat
Co 1312 Washington Ave St Louis
Mo 1225it I
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AGENTS WANTED I
AGENTS Improved specialty quick
sellor big profits illustrated clr
crlars write today The H D Kstes
Co 58 W 8th SL S Salt Lake City
Utah 12253t
AGENTS sell guaranteed lisle hosiery
also guaranteed silks Manufac
turer to wearer Large commissions
Send ntamp for Information books
Lenox Silk Works Monolith Bldg
New York 12182t
LEGPL
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The Intermountaiii Fair Association
Ogden Utah
The regular annual meeting of the I
foregoing corporation will be held at
I the county commission rooms Weber
county court house Oden City at
130 oclock p ni on the 11th day of
January 1911 for the purpose of elect
ing officers and to transact such other
business as may lawfully come before
it EZRA RiCHARDSON Secy
O B MADSON President i
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS MEET
ING
Notice Is hereby given to the sleek
holders of the J S Campbell Co a
corporation of the State of Utah that
a epochal stockholders meeting of the I
stockholders is called to convent1 at
tin companys office Ogden Utah on
thelth day of January 1911 for the I
purpose amending Article No 7 of
the articles of incorporation of till
company and to transact any and all
other business that may come before
the meeting J S CAMPBELL
President
Orange Blossom SiiQQositorv
I cannot bo thankful enough or
what tho Orange Blossom Suppository
has done for me I was a chronic siif
foier for five yearn with abscess of
tho womb could not ride or walk at
oil was greatly educed amid rnly
vclnl ed 121 pounds I cal ed of
Orange Blossom Suppository and gave
11 a trial was relieved from the first
have used nearly two boxes and am a
well woninn weigh IfiO pounds and do
all my own housework Would advise
nil suftoierq or female weakness to
try the Orange Blossom Suppository
Yours very sincerely
MRS IDA filLMORE
J2i Jerome avenue Owosso Mich
For sale 1 by all druggists Ask
your druggist lou a bonl and free
tiuujple
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I FOR SALEREAL ESTATE
FORTY ACRES Sac sandy loam two
miles from city under canal but
good for three crops of alfalfa with
out water will sell in two tracts if
desired 100 per acre small pay
ment down balance on long time
Hunter Kennedy second floor First
National Bank bldg 1221 Iwk
20 ACRES improved janJ water
rights bam 3room house Terms
cr trade for Idnho land E L Morris
U F D 2 West 12th Ogden Bell
398Y 122lmo
HOUSE and lot In Wilson Lane
cheap Address X Y Standard
1112tf
LAND SALE
The famous Blind Springs Ranch of
about 3000 acres situated in Box EI
der county will be sold at private salo
on or after Friday December 23rd
Written bids will be received at the
office of Nols Jensen attorney Brig
ham City Utah or by Oscar Harris
Garland Terms 10 per cent of pur
chase price to be paid on day of sale
and balance on confirmation of sale by I
district court 122421
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FOR RENT
FUHNIGHED ROOMS
3 FURNISHED rooms for housekeep
ing 351 Twentythird st 1225lwk
STILT APARTMENTS 22GG Wash
WashI
ington strictly modern furnished
fiats Ind phono 37S5A Mrs A
Rose 122Mwk
FOR RENTTwo furnished rooms for
housekeeping 155 West 30th
1224lwk
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS The
Iowa 234C Washington avenue
1221 Iwk
LIGHT housekeeping rooms reason
able 144 West 2Sth 1220lwk
MODERN housekeeping and sleeping
rooms Children allowed 2354
Grant also 21S2 Wash ll256nio
VIBRATORY TREATMENT
DR R E BAIRD M T dregless
Office 2747 Madison ave Hours 8
to 10 a m and 5 to S p m Bell
142CY Patients treated at home
Consultation free 1222 Inio
FRA1ERN IETIES
ROYAL ARCANUM
Fraternal beuonclary order Insures
nicj ut low rates Reserve fund over
elr million dollars Rocky Mountain
Council No 637 couvenc second and
fourth Thursdays I O O P halls
Regent P A Ilerdl Collector J W
Votherbiioon Secretary Goo B RoJ
erts
jjTp O ELKS OGDEN LODGE NO
79Lodgo and club rooms second
floor 2416 Washington avenue flog
olar meetings every Tuesday oven
tng
C A BOYD Exalted Ruler
C 0 DoWOLF Secretary
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Ogden
Lodge No2 Knights of Pythias
meets at Castla Hall Utah National
Bank building every Monday oven
Inc All of K of Po requested to
meet with us
I A E PRATT C C
W G KIND M of E
X L UNDERWOOD K of R
and S
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD We
ber camp No 74 meets in 1C of P
hall in the Utah National auk
bulldluB every Thursday evening at
8 oclock Visiting Woodmen cor
dially invited to attend W II
Drabble C C E Autb Clerk First
National Bank building
KNIGHTS OF TUB MACCABEES
Silver Tent No 1 meets first and
third Monday evenings In tho I 0
O F halls over Elks club Vialtlns
knights cordially Invited O A
Kennedy Corimandor Paul AI Lee
Record Keeper
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MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah camp No 89UO Hoots every
Tuesday night at S p m at Eagles
hall 25th St Visiting members In
vltcd P A Furls Consul J H
Shafer Clerk
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS OGCEN
council No 777 meets every Friday I
evening at 8 oclock In K of P
hall corner 21th and Washington 1
avenue J A Junk G IC W S I
OBrien Financial Secretary
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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Ogden
Lodge No 311 Meets every Friday
evening at 800 p in Eagles halL
JOS CHEZ D
P A KOIIN T
R i RVIVE Rocv
REAl THE CLASSIFIED PAGE
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UNFURNISHED HOUSES
7ROOM MODERN IOUSE 2333
Madison J D Skeen 1013U
6ROOM modern brick 2236 Quincy
Bell 149Y 101tf
FOR RENTSTORES
STORE BUILDING 2360 Wash ave
I L Clark 8 Sons Co 1127tf
FOR SALE IETSOELLANEOUS
WE ARE SELLING a doublestamp
5yearold straight whiskey at 25c a
flask also 6yearold Sunny Brook at
100 short quart Bismarck Bar 128
I Twentyfifth St 12114t
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to Brigham S
LEAVE OGDEN
630 a m 800 930 1100 1230
p m 200 p m 330 500 C30 800
930 and 11 p in
Twelve trains each way daily
Express service to all intermediate
points
New interurban depot 237S Wash
ington Ave
Call phones 452 for Information
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1 OKdcn Exorcea 360
JJ Local from SaxipiMp 710 pm
3 Jtnh and CaL Express1230 pm am I
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No I
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101not Mail 835
8 Los An ole1 LIU dally i03 pm mm
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l0verland Limited 1 320 pm
7Los Angeles Ltd dallyf 335 pm I
OREGON SHORT LINE R R CO
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3 Butto
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11 Cacho Vulley Pasaensor 3jCO 625 pm p m I
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2Butto Express J 915 nai
Iji ltih Express I 903 am
12 Salt Lake Iansonnor 11020
nm
4 Salt Luko Special I 3a pm
332 MaltulORdon Motor Car 460 pm
No I South of Ogden I Depart
2Salt Lake Express J 930 am
32Flyer S30 nm
Cache Valley Expreoa
1030
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21 Local
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22 Local nm
KIM
5 4 Salt Los Angels Lake Special Ltd dally 3W 400 pm pnt pIa
M Local
l 330 Pm
0 Flyer C 4511m
3SSalt Late Local dally 645 am
lllUtan Express
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p m
40 Local
6i5 pm
No South of Ogden I Arrlvo
UPortlanu Exproua 1345 ani
31Atlantic Express 810am
isiiaoho Kxpreos 900 nm
111 Flyer 030
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7 Loa Angeles Limited 12M ntn an
21 Local 200 pml
3 Uuttu and Portland 330
S3 Local 410 pm
Jl Cacho Valley Express 620 pm pm
M Local 650
pm
19 Flyer OM5 nm
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY 1
roI Westbound Depart I If
UPaclfio Express 710ani J
SIFast Mail ll67
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llOvcrlnnd Limited 3MO pm
CjPaclflo xprss3 j
xpre I 120 pm
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