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THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 16 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD- al
1UL P FOR SALE
H .- . Real t-tc J
w HL l OWNER One 4 -room modem brick
iOU"S ln firj" class condition; extra large
B Reasonable for '-ash nor Thirty -first
k H 0I 1
H NEW li room modern house, by owner
H DMt buy in town. Terme Phone 2238
rTB 'I M
J '"'HEAP 6 iwm modern house and furnl
r H ,"r'v 17S Twenty first St S4TI
-H Fni Estate tnitiranc
a H 4-room mo)em hrtrk hoiusc on an acre
LH of land In northern part of city, Wnter- !
v imit ,md garden. Convenient to rr line
KflH and paved treat. Price I31B0 on terms
KH 6 room modern brick on bench eioie to i
l j VnshlnR-ton Hardwood floors baaement,
Hl bot Hlr furnace, sleeping porch Price i
m We have acres of dry land shout E
J Mocks eaat of Five Points, vrblch averaged .
H ;'" bushels oi wheat during the pnr.t dry
- season. Three cuttings of bay on farm ,
- 3 edjoinlng Three-room house, hnrn and (
ppl chicken shed. Ideal for ehick.-n ranch or .
jBpppfl for anyone wanting small In mi which
fpppS would toko up onlv part of their time.
, 5-room frame modern, acreened porch, , 1
F nr.Tr hospital. Has lot 50x137 Price $K
H f(l21 Hudson Ave
H Mhambra Theatre la next doov
; i s ; !
5fl E ROOM frnmr house, lot 50x130. can '
make term. 13360,
QH 5 ROOM modom house corner lot on Ad !
BH 4 room brlt k houo. eaay terms. $2300. J
),,,,, . rooms. $2000. I
W ashinrton Phone 431 M
ft. ' i
HHk j i kRGE homi on 36th SI close In will
iHrfllH bring good revenue us rooming house. ; f
1 Josoii. 1500 down nnd S4i per month ,-
j Robert . , , ,-.- i-ceg Lids
S. f.ifMin Four-room modern, cloae In bullt-ln
L, ' features, place in first claM eendi J
U ' " old T 'ii T
BfV 14000 i. ii rl inrty foui room home on
1 ja' thi bench la bullt-ln -
'ftfi features. .vkI cTectlic nnd bath fix- , '
tines large rooma fine lot. Terms, i r
Hf''-A''' arc ntfents for ceveral new modern r:
P..'i brick bungalows strict!) modern in every
rtt- rcspeeot; with ccmcnl driveways furnace jp
pjE a heat and nicely arranged. These homes I
rmW' m are vary well built, arc located on tln-
" t'jgy heni h and the prices rnnye from $fi25u 'o 1
Im. VJaB nan we ran arninqe th- cerrna to sun
4fR OITARAXT1 MORTGAGE CO
f -H lit Tw.-nl fourth S'. Phone :" 21
BV owner: Four. room modern frame
houae. 2", Th.rf. Mi St.
.jfm i-vn sm.i: p- n: p:. m
if i l-roo i modern brick, full baaemcnl
yr-JSk x 1 3" feet. Thl-i- - nth Si and Jcfferaon
flaff i.r.mfi nv bungalowa, 3M bocka no.
high s-hool. nil rend- to mo.. $4000
;'1L' Small house large lot. Twent -ninth Si
and Monroe Ave Now vacant; $1300: Sion
cash, balance s.v", net month
; vrjis par . : FaraI s
One of the het farmi lh W'cbor eounty.
kIkjiu z milea from Ogden and about 2
milc3 from sugar factory, consisting of
1C0 acres: so acres or flrat claaa sand
loam 20 acres michi - ''.j (will ield 20
tons to the acre this j emi ) OOOIll one hun
dred tons of hr in ireK. about 2" acre-i
in alfalfn about nnv was In grain, po
tatoes, 1 1 .. balance paaturo: goo, 5 room
house, garakv. granary and other build
ings- ."1 good work horses, 10 cows, full set
of machinery, two cood wagon a, two sets
of harries Everything to run a pla e of
this kind. This la om of the best farms
we have had to sell this year Price
H0.S00; IJO.OOO cash Ivilance long time at
7 per cent.
37 acres lor-e to Ogden industrial center,
11 shmes water L Vi it -md W'eher canal
Small new house, fronts on comer section.
Under most any condition?, present or fu ,
ture. this farm I one of the very best I
invcstment'i now offered for sale Cloae
enough to cut In small tracts and eaall
sold Would lu ing gooil returns If farmed.
See this place nnd Judge- for yourself. 1
10 acres at Clearfield, close to state
lughwax . goiH "ivlv eoll. mostly In si 1
falfa, A l G room hrlck house well built
and almost worth the price asked lor the t
mt ici 1 uch below thi
I and a bargain nt $4S00.
SMITH AND PLINUBR8 CO
Vpstalrs Commercial National nnnk
FIVE-ROOM modenv aoild irn v. TTTiTTmT
I acre land. alout 40 fruit tree? apples
cherries, peaches, pears, pltimr. etc. and ,
excellent garden spot, lot of water, beau
Uful location, on Twelfth treat. Price
$5600. terms $1700 down halnnct S5 per
month 6 per cent Interest. Phone .
SIX room modern hrli v e ' ; 1
ood floors, mantle, hot wate- heat.
strictly up to date. $C100. $2000 cash.'
balance easy terms.
Four room modern dwelling. cll locat
Three room dwelling, W est Ogden. $1300.
Eas- terms. - ,
Fle room brick, large lot No.ih Wash
Ington avenue. $"2oo. Easy teims.
Seven room brick five aca garden,
1 1 a-i. f :nnn r-.vrH i.-i-m!i
KJH Four room modern trame. new. close to
street rallwav S32.'" . ,
JB Eight acres fin land, ail kinds fmll
1 IH house, ham. etc ; Twelfth street district
LH $0000 $3000 cash, balance oasy turnis.
irH 11'. acres. Marriott precinct; good
vfl house, etc. $6i00
7H R G. AGUE
r,H 374' Twant) fifth St. Phone 69 OJ 72
.B 8 EVEN room brl K modern on r
H street Large lot. $6500
" Ob Four romii frame, marly new, north poi
P"' Six acres farm clo e in. well Improved
V and some orchard. $5500.
20 acre farm. 10 acres of orchard and
LLLB 1 acres fine land, near city limit.-. $6500.
j KE1 '.v I" )ti:!'"Pv
.. iv m long Hal homoi to e are
il lew van dealrabla ones left but they win
LLH not last, as good buys are gt ttlng scarce.
iH J. H EPPERSON
40s Twenty-aixth St. Piione 127
i PIVE t.H.tr I- n !. 1 ' 1 . 1
il ' Terms reaaonabla Inquire Owner. fC7
ll Twenli--second street. Phono 1S56 J.
Sfl THREE acre chicken farm. Phono 2o
IH - fiooo .
X aB si:TN loom h.-ii k. r.ood location, must,
: I . 1 ' . rl 1 1: B141
HI 7 Kin 1.. I I - I rge lot. .-..--tlvel pert
iMSH locntlon In Ogden. Inquire of owner. Leuv-
lug city Ortoiiei 1 2tn Madlaon Aya. 6096
j ' BY OWNER Seven 100m modern houae.
Sh full cement baaement, double garage. 1
J jfl payed treat ?6oo M.-xiiron. f.'7:i
I j i"'ANT lot md Ii nxi . frame hi
fll nnd large lot. close In. Phone- S004-R. O. .
Hi -i T n JMj
I 'I' ". 1 1 1 1 No Ti4. :.n.l Hmr mi
--Hi Hoard houses $40u0 One four room frami 1
'Bfl' $1100 Five room brick, modern close u, 1
high school, $6000. Inquire 302 Thirty-:
j' fifth ' Phone 8130 4-' :7
Bjtja 1 modern at 2027 Oramcrcy uve- j
Br u nue. Only $5S00.
BaBjBI Five houses for $7000. Bring about $10u
PBHHj n nnotith
I Six room modem. Only $3000.
aVHHV Msnv more good deals. Come and see
- m me before you buy. I save you moncj, i
l 3'i2 Thirty-fifth street. Phone. 2130-W.
I 1 M'Kl.S with "i wilho'il . top. 'nclwlt
HHHb mile north of Clearfield on main state
roud al Pmim Phot). 11KI 4603
" ' 7 it(J( )M iimi.J" 1 11 l.rl. K lot I'iNll.'., :.m in
; : Ray Wllgpti Phonj 1017 6575 ,
V 4-room brick, all modern full baaement
I 1 acre ground In fruit, close in, $5500
HJI splendid home. I acre ground all In1
I HH1 fruit: 4 rooms, screened sleeping porch. '
-HH 'u'l basetii'-nt, all modern, well located
kHH An unusual bargain $5500: hulf cash.
5-room brick oil modern, large lot. shade
SHj trees, full basement, and g-arafte- $5500.
HB .'. room frame, partly furnished : largt !
lot and garden: 5.1500. terms.
, '' have mair other homes on our list.
JKHB See us for bargains.
r I room frame; hot and cold water, large I
fSHJ garden, fine location at 5 Points, $2200
.' I j ABBOTT K- C I
HHHj ttder 'omiuei clal Nalional Bank B'dR,
HHHJ J Phone 80. 5376 I
MB P'OCR hojife., fl f 1 r-r .til . Id. a I lo-:itori j
J lhone cmner, 1C10J for appointment. j'
i J FOR SALE Real Estate j
aEmSSWWSSmMEMMMM r,j- 0..-1 i-.. 1 w w
' 4 ROOM cottage. 2223 Van Euren, SIS00;
half 'ash, balance 130 month r,4t2
, $3400 4-room modern hrlck.
194500 5-room modern bungalow
l $2300 6 room partly moden nouae
. m BB UTH
Ph. .no jlOl 5401
; BV OWNER Five room modem pressed
hrick home, well httllt. three brick walls:
let 50x117 feel, newl) fenced; hlock
froui school. 1 block from car line. Prlco,
$4750. $1750 cash balance en terms. Own-
, er lea ring iq n 1 1 1 1 Ogj 81 :4Q7
Wr. L PORTER. Real Eatn.tr- nnd IXMina,
J37; Washington ovnuo Pnon 1S7S
, Tv- o homes for the price of one. Poubi?
pressed brick lotlnge modern except 1
heat ("all mornlnr Rvenlnga after 6:30 !
by oppolntnient. J629 Monroe avenue
Phone 1104 asm
5ROOM ttodern. che.p 0asy term.r. Tn
'1'iirc i n rarnea, Courl 5338 1
IX)T. 60x226 feet water right Inquire 81f I
Cb stei s.Ufi i
51 OWNEI five room house, w. ll lo I
cited, on hene-b l..npe lot Phone 2f.7 '
f . 525') I
( REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 1
MRS, S J BAKER. r,T Madlaon Phone
I FOR SALE j
TOR BALE Northwest Greening apple
cutis. 75c per bushel, boxes extra Jacob
goal nh ' third ai i T-lci S401
CHEAP l latve Inatantanooi i Rudd
Ht. t heater. 2 gas haibrrom heotcro ll
-rnnll gas range Apply momlngs RS
Madlaon 01 phone 8193 J -.
HEATING itovi an i i.-.-n elcctrli
ranee, , h.-ri aprlnga, carpet re eep,.. Rat
rack, et, Phone 2627-J, 153 Twenty-sev
PR M 'Tli I.I N" n. w h. atei n I MM p
Itol v. -1 ,
' BRAND ne? 15x5 straight aide cord tire
.y"ci conig away. Inquire 7.o Tv.nt
; lourth St. j.
, 1 1 V-R1 1 l hi tnga nl o elnali
i L-"' m M 5 1 wentj venth Si $4Cl
SINOER aewlng machint good condition
I cheap if ukjaM at onoc IMS Madlaon Vve
Phone 2195 M
1 1 ri pi; i,, i i ,,, , nh n v
1 1668 efferaj i v i . -, j
1 ' ' 1 ' I i .r.-- ae. ii, . I i v
oi i loi 1422 in i -i j4
' ! ' '-' n d .. bed , 7
21S .North Washington Ave. Phono M'r.Z.
IEAD ijuic-.-i machlni chi in I9S7
. ' ' 4 1 ,: 5 and 8 yeai e old . i itrht
.iiOO. net of work harness 400 yeaning
hens. 250 pullets 200 potato stcka stul
, hrlck. Price to ell Piione 4.1. R 12 Kn r
" SJCcab n . i i i 1 1 iSjgjJ, 5 IS2
1 hclcei i . 1 1 1 1 n
'i-Tiler 2S62 Qulne " - , , ,
WED i n son geari with wide
llr.-.- aa good as new but MlUCh chenpor
s.'in- ' gte en fmpli mi ii Co 43i
VERT beol p)oa th beal bee Ugg
I a the lowest price. Sidney Stevens Im
piemen t Co. - j -
Ti -i 1 1 " . sea Icnll will aril
' crlli i ho; i 26160 M
ONE reg It if i
mare weight 1200 hs. See T Ijine
l254 Waab j -1 j .
CHEAP Rlx-robm modern hous' an.j fur
:7n Tv. .hi r i;i :-1 ,-,37i
V. OLIVER plov tlso other Implements:
Ii n. - I ',7 Twenty ,'itlli SI 587J
i 5HELS i .unin tomato' it 50 pi
bushel. Spring Bluff Farm, Rlverdale
Ni-: range Inquln at t: Hud on
Ave. 5.1 72
UGH grade pin no n her
bavlng city, Inquire 146 Tin nt ri-.-n(n
j . .
KIMBALL piano fo uli ?" ) : i Twei
t' third St 3.1J1
NEW mahogan pi heap for cash
Owner leaving cltv. 2766 Adams Ave
' '' ti i
wide tire wagon Two sets of dump
hoards and lo, cheap. Can be seen al I
3440 Washington ay enue Phone 237S R. '
BLBERl V i - . . : - i ! 1 1 . l '.-.i
Canyon road Phone 86 1 SMC
CONi ORD foi pii-.ti. :. i i i '
FCRM I : RE and household :irtro. r !
I.etwe. n 2 and 7 p. m. 3"7s Washington
I .-niie 52'5
"i.li'i asti-rs at 2 . nfs ea. h
I Finest on the market. 671 Twelefth street
PAir.'TS AND VARNISHES
Buy your paint nt BtOWO'a and sav
money. 1 SeiO Washington avenue Pbonr
6S6 I 131!
" 1 1 e I I . -it fli.w ei 1 ,h i -. . , I
nap I P Btoi 674 Tv. elfth SI B077
OOP famllj auto Phom 1427 B073
GRAPES Mile noi th ol TTd Springs
i ikht I, .i d l'l. l.hri; s. 6Q30
CANARIES Guaranteed flngera! 2220
BEelT values In planoa phonograpn- and
violin.'. Term. 1 without Interest. Pan
'torn-, Twenty ninth and Ifttd?or,. 4lr.
HEATING ! ili ! ii Patt! 1 on
' ' 'I 1 1 . 1 ; N io..r,, l.i '. .. ,,nd r.i-ulsh'ti,--large
lot. close- In Snap. l-a Infc Phone
I '' ' -' I : f.n. . y- . ight ll''1 poi nds h..2
Fourth street 4801
41m urn-: i.-k-hom i.uii. i p:,..n. uv
'. - - 111 Oi nln Peed Co. 4625
UNCALLED lor suits tallof muue r 1 c
reduction. Gordou's. 211-25 Twunly-flftn
S; Pi. ..or- 410 Sjg
j m Wanted
l To Buy
SMALL voung Spitz dog or pup; female
I I ii ed 127 Tu . n' . '..in 1 1 1 81 5457
DEI ;.mi.-. y . i . h.- ., hoga u ill cali
at your yard. Gua Jensen. 3431 Washing
ton avenue Phone 23D9. 4096
1 '' 1 ' "hi. Ken - Phon... 1 24.'!
VV'-st'-rn e-,,in ,r. p,.. , fn 53
LAI OK f lei n r.-trs santi.J at tho Stand
ard-Examlner office, 4M0
$1000 BUT8 good cafe; long lease, low
rent 146 .'.'.th St - 1 ; 1
f SECOND-HAND GOODSl
SECOND hand goods bought anel sold T
C. Iverson. 1640 Washington. Phono 43. '
vvt. taKu your old rune- a nral payment
on any new range, or will huy vour old
ranee outrlaht Homo Furniture Cp 467J
J foFfEnt j
' Miscellaneoug j
600-ACRE ranch for rent Inquire 36t- i
.:2nd St. Phom 8813-NR 1 a
'MiA'JF im 1. tit 566 Tw.-ntj lourtli t I
' 'AKA' ,L lot 1 . nt 1 , ,,; ,.,n.j 1,1 '..,,,
Twiii' foui lli
OARAGE re. rent, S24 Twentj second St
''ill" Mirut.m ele-itneia 1 dai Phone
f f5uSd ;.i
TWO hlcrclrs at Glen wood park Own
ers call a, Glcnwood Park 62SU '
1919 CHEVROLET car In good condition
i. ni bargain for cash inquire 262 Twen-
f f.-.rrth SI Phone 137 8 1 7"
OGDEN OLDSMOBILE CO.
1 u: -i . uri nil in -i hauled .ml
' reedy to go
1117 O 45 Rulcl; Six. JS00
1116 43 Olilsrnohlle Four, SI.Vi
PUS Brlro. Four J700.
Terms 10 1 esponslhle parties.
OGDF.N OLDSMOBILK CO
222 1 Washington Aie Phone S06
CLASS1 Ford eutdown cheap I all at 3132
Washington Ave between 9 and 12 a ni
P'17 FORD hargaln 232" lefferaOn
for qi ICR" SAi.r -ii2n Ford Sedan
$S.r.n- flvi liayton wire wheels, five tlre
ihr e i.tand new, two of them new cords
Ilosselcr Shorlr. ahrorbers. spolllKbt. new
rn i axles speedometer, curtains, heater
Wllmnt manifold I nclnc Just overhauled
hest bin in Ogden 22 21th Phone r.7c
1916 Cadlllat Bight Tour.nc
1917 Stude-haker Touring
Itll Ford Touring
1917 Grant six Touring
191! Oakland Tourlne-
191S BUlck Roadster
1917 li 45 Buick Touring
I All In first class mechanics! condition
I'M II C NASH MOTOR COMPANY
! 2200 W ashington Ave. Ofcrlcn
i9i;. WILLYS KNIGHT i-oyllndev 7-pas
1 s-nger E wire wheels, 5 new cord tires
i sedan top and cloth sumtnei top; run
'ifl.fino miles, motor better than new. A
good car for large family or passenger
1st Re service Gns Wright, Wright's
Dodge touring. 191V
Dodce touring. 1919
i .llr roadstai
Rulck V. i touring car
Rulck C 15 flie pnssenrer
Hulck E 35 loadste'
vcrland R5 touring ear
M ' I yy ell touring.
Ford louring car.
l eird roadster.
All of the ahove ears may be purchased ,
on our easy payment plan
' HEESMAN AFTO CO,
- i 256b Washington Ave Phone 32...
! S22 1
' SEVEN passenger Cadillac Good as new, j
I Best value in city. Murphy Wholesale
G Co Twentj fourth street 5288
FORD for sale Bargain for casn. In
: Thirty flrSl 523 9 1
i Furniahed j
FURNISHl i i oomi 12 11 Vdami Vv
. i '
MODERN front sleeping room. Indies pr i
If erred; home privileges 3in5 Grant Ave.1
II HOUSEKEEPING room 2220 Lincoln I
'. Room furnished modern house. Inquire
5 1 j Ta i ntj thlid SI MM
i i RN1SHED cabin for batchelor Phone I ,
i LARGE and i mall ileepinc roomr. 1
i-enl 566 Te i Htj fodrth SI 5 102
1 "I ' I : V I S I I I I . t . i u n t i ill ' ' '
Tv. ' i Ivtli S' Phone 1425 5406 ,
TW fi ' r ' n . or i s In p. w modern home I
fntlnR Lester park: hot water beat; gen.
tlenien onl ; must give references. Tele Ij
)).'. n i ' 87 ,
FURNISHED room foi rem Gentlemen L
; I :' i" ' " ) i ... I
NICELY furnished sleeping room Rel
erencet 732 Twentj fourth streri 5275 .
To housekeeping toom: 2353 Monroe
pi ii i.MS 5 ite-, H..I.-I I'Ui. ' .rinl 4'
2 SLEEPING rooms 535 Twenty seventh .
Bl Phone -2173 m 462 ; '
r RNISHEI) rooma. 530 Twenty-third. ,
4556 . I
j FOR. RENT
MWWSStW ISSSSS I
FNFI'RNISHKD rooms, modern except f
Iv ' Phi i.' 82 g v J
i ROOMS with hath. Phone 1359 W 729M
Thir: I " Si F7
H ROOM ' lodern brick realdence ch '
10 ation on bench. Stn B. F Rratz. 417 i'
l l r room modern house: no children 1 1
i ii 1646. ' 'JJ: !
MRS. '. RAYROl 'LD will open a dress- , t
making parlor al 2319 ;iant Ave 5t6D , i
l.l. r-l.-' knlN pliitlnc Phem- I'll'iM V
EXCELLENT dressmaking, guaranteed
1 Phone lnr, i
LiRLSSMAKIN'iJ 536 Chester Phono
" . ,1 4701
IIL.MS TIT'' III NO ml ri'H'Ot edge AM
' vork guaranteed. Prompt service Sin
ger Sewing Machine Co.. 2338 Washlnpton
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOT EDGE
The Lighthouse 2462 Washington Ave .
I opposite the Plng. ec fcank Phono 581
Prompj si r-. U ItM
11. m nt. Iiii k ..t 'inttoiis. pit. i -
I Ing and pleating Second floor W. H,
'VrU-ht .v '-'oi s Mr, 11 Uvrnnn. UC9
FOR SALE OR TRrVDlTl
APARTMENT bouse close In on Wash
Ington Ave Income ?23fi per month. Will
make- good terms, t'onslder good auto and
vacant lots us part. Box 56. Standard
inn.. ' " '.
''' BR1 N 1 1 il.rgaln Owner gone
Ph.. i,. '. '." 43M
l'.i.o hiii".- 7 i t.t pn fi-rred r.iliva
...:. lor lion mi Phone 333 1251
j LIMITED number pupils In English prl
VSte night school: terms reasonable
pi. r 5283
GARAGE foi n n CI In Phom 3
LARGE ' lean rags Wanted at Standard
F.x.itulnrT office. 4379
Ii ToJent !Ji
3 OR 4 ROOM house or apHrtment Rox
II 2. care Standn i d ICxatnlner. .'.3riS
j WANTElS j
YOUNG MAN dOSlrOS elerlcal position.
Mux ,i t' Btandard-Ex, 5420
NliJHT yy 1. 1 1 1 in i ii in porter; i;o..l repr-
ences, ex-merchant policeman, Box 5a.
Standard Examiner. 5114
j Tosf 1
BABY'S blue sweater. Sat. Phone 2318 W 1
Rewai i ;.44 1
BLAl K lyalh-t with aluahle paper.' and!
currency. Return lo George O Sawyer,
2560 Wash and gel reward No questions
ask' d '.lis
PAIR oi gold if 'I Kl'isr.es Re '
mini I1., im ii si. in. Pud BxainTner. 5382 1
'IIRL'S line :,yy.-uti-t Snturda'. new
Phom- 2316 M It' .yiud 5381 I
BL1 F velvet hjr. on Wall Avenue street '
Ll .'ontalning tortoise ."-liell rim glasses'
and two kes. Phone 3304-R. Reward.
5 : i i
ON Noi th Washington, ri silver purse '
Phone 1771 V Reward. B290
Poison g.i.s bus had the ffe' t of
making (he battlefields of France
j Male Help j
EXPERIENCED delivery boy at once
W .ifhlngton Murk I. 5462
w V.NTI p Boy, ovei is y ira Bhupe
Wllliama Candy Co, 6460
A BOY with bicjrcle to deliver Brc.yvn
Ca rlacd-Treaedt i .'. 1 5 i
v 1 lfrk ai newsstand nt Re.-d Hotel:
no application ,v phone 6462
I EXPERIENCED soda fountain man 1 1
Kerns 24:,:i Wash 6444
BOT wanted W W Browning Cv
l:"V iviiii , Kle.-kht fer P.o Potnpatiy
alsl and Lincoln. .'i-liy
man to work evenings from i
P. m. to 10:30 p. m. Must be over 21 snd
have bicycle state wages expected Box
-. Standard Bm r 5447
BOT with WHEEL GOOD pay F
PLY T MERl HANTS' DISPATC3H
PHONE 602 5448
ROY with wheel on. who ran attend
night SChoOl, OprJen 1 tah Knitting Store.
22 .7 W nshlnirton A ye. 5395
MF.N to unload . oal lle.n e oal Co Tim
i Mr.;t nnd Washington. Kood pa 6296
I'M ; man to rl rk In newsstand ; rn
News Co Fnlon Depot. M60
BOY not soln to BChOOl; must hnvo
I wheel. $12 per week Phone 211 Y 535'i
' BfY FOR S;TAM AR1 ' F M1 FP
ROUTE IN TAYLOR MUST HAVE
HORSE SEE iMP.iM I TION MAN
) AG ER, st A N P AR I EXAMINER '.340
jrnnK, baker and kltrhen man or.-
, School foi Donf .-.nd Blind 5142
FN SERA ICE men are to hr pro Med with
r.iueal on: ourses n' half rate until Tan
nary r by the Lor Angeles Y M r A .
nrrorilln; to an nnnounr, tn.-nt rer,.rv
i here today. Rejpiiinr courses In the com
inerclal. englneerlnt; find automobile de
partments will open Septembei 7 ivith the
largest enrollment of any Y. M C. A
-hool In the west. Complete Instruction
is being offered this cnr In fl) Inc as well
as ci try phase of automnhilc construe
tlon, repair and operation. During the past
six months scores of young men have
beetl preparing for hlrh class positions as
wlreles operators, in the Y. M C A
school Night courses In aci ountancv. ad
vertising Spanish salesmanship and puh
lie speaking will open the first week In
1 ' loi., i, according to the announci-men'
PI'i J hoi al IP uly Hni' i 8194
tV.ruTj-L-- --wxjtu-, -r,.,,.,,. xvjwuwwift
I WANTED I
Female Help $
XJIRL8 wanted, American Linen 11
Twenty-sixth St! 5455
1 ,'IRL oi middle-aged woman for house
wrork i iK icn a 6456
't.lRLS ivanteil. I'm p..lnt' i ralR ' ;m
nun, ( 'o. 'i4 "il
'Mil .- yy n ii i ( -I Ki- . klo l.-i Tux
pan list and Lincoln, 542
Hotel , i;,,
GIRL at Cos: Theatre V.ppl) In person
i-I.Iiiv betwej ti 1 1 and 1 oil.. .".tT".
I vDIEs TK ' : I , Ml . v . i, tuatnti
teed, salary, reliable firm 220.1 Washing
ton. Rooni 8. .".117
;iris, over is. OR-rirn Steam Laundrj
FX PI-;J: I F.N ' F.I ' girl or woman du K.-n
eral housework. 432 Twentv seventh St
COMPETENT woman foi cooking and
housework, two In famllv 675 25th St.
E 1 1 6
FX PI.P'I Ii late dlr'l" i I ' ph. urn
Candy Po 5391
GOOD Klrl to us.sist with Ik. ii.-. -work 2 1 1
I I idaon Phone 2164 l: 533
A LADY for responslhle poskion. must h-
geiod Investigator and honest, some cler
leal work. State age and experience. Box
44. care Standard Examiner. ."i3t3
FXPF.RIF.Nt'ED sewing girls wanted at
Caplau's CTown Shop; good wages. 53S6
. HRL wanted Hud-on Noodie Parior
I iRESSM A K I NO tiiikh' to -,nyonr willing
lo apply themselves. See Madam Oaplau,
Third Moor, W right StOI W
TV glrlS to peel tomatoe. .loneu
t'anning Co.. Rov, Ftah Good wages,
short hours and good bunk houses Phon.
42 R i 6262
HOI SFKFF.PP.K settled woman small
adult famllv. One person home during
day. Call after 6. 1226 Twenty fifth.
GOOD girl or woman to aid In house
work.- Good wages. Apply 639 Twenty
KXPF.KI I ' ' I n xpei I m. in ,
gll and prtSS ;: U P l.aundt . 524 1
I'OOK and dlnliiK room girl Apply School ,
lor Deal and P.llnd 612 1
i,IRLS oyet ii t,. peel tomatoes at W'i i
satch Canning Company Will furnish i
transportation to and from work. Phone
IVWTFI' Fvp.-ri.-n. e. saleylady W'oll. r,
T Cloak & Bull CO
i. i URL wanti .1 aj Wlsl ls 6010
' EXPERIENCED atenographerDOOUteeper
e 1 Box H. care this paper 4662
ji j HELP WANTED I
7 Male and F-nale
I I WANTED Peach pickers at S. L. David
''son orchards. Pleasant View 15c per bu
4 ! No children ne.-d apply 5425
i IrioiviryTo loan j
11000 ON real estalce. 8 per cent; no de-
C I lay. Robert C. Nvc No 602 Eccles Rldg
j 640 i
&IONE1 to loan "n Improved real estate
j i . f i ' its 4iT Eccles i lldg 5131
l PU salaried pe-oilo yy ithout neciirlty. to
olliers on pianos, furniture, bonds, etc
'. tV Hud "ii Hide Phone 214. 249
i MONEY lo loan on mpiuvi e.n i-nUl'.
5 Kei: Herrlck TT
- j L PERSONAL n
HARACTER and card reading 441
Twenty sixth 4112
I V. II LIE A N l .ER.si N Mate of Sprlnc
' burn) Am coming out some time hefore
next summer and would be pleaseel to
. hem from ou Address Inst hint word
1 I from Ogden Your old workmate Blake
" Rainy, 71 Iledlay St., Sprlngbum. Olas
' W v N'TEJ To hi .11 ii ; org) w alkei
.at once. Fonnerly coneluctor on O. S. L.
. j train. Mrs. Emma Ande-ison, 534 Second
. East, Salt Lake Cltv 6467
f , .
i In the District Court of the Second Judl
rial District. State of Ftah. Within and
i I for the Count)1 Of W'eher
Archibald Stewart. Plaintiff. vs Rell-
M Lannlng, Dells C, sillier, Wva T. Rick i
aids sometimes known aa Vm, T Rich 1
I rds and If deceased, his 'unknown!
h.-lrs, di Vl.se, .h LaV'a t. . v :11 , M'ditOl S . '
, I John Doe iukI Jar.!- Ro-. yvho.se other
and true- names arc to plaintiff un-
'. I known, and anv and all persons w ho
have or claim to have any right, title I
j or Interest In and to all or anv part of
the real property herein described. De
(The State of Ftah lo the Said Defendants !
i You are hereby summoned to appeal
within twenty days aftei service or this
summons upon you, If served within the
, county In which this action Is brought:
otherwise within thirty days after serv
Ice. and defend thi at..iy. entitled action!
r.nd In case of your failure so to do judg
nv nt will be rendered against YOU accord
jlm: to the complaint which has been filed
I with Hit clerk ef said court.
j Thil action Is drought lo obtain a Ju.lg
merit and decree adjudging the plalntilf
I to be the owner nnd quieting his title
asalnst any and all rlnlm.s of the defend '
ants m and to nil of ixit Seventeen (17) 1
Flock Fourteen (14). Nob Hill Addition
I to 0Bd;.n Clt. I'tah. situate In W'ebor
, That the defendants, who" i.nies to
Plaintiff aic unknown, claim in Interest
!n said premises as the owror4 th-eof,
anr' thai the suiue was derived by convey
ane', or succesblon fiom the ?ald defend
enls Belli I-annlng. Delia C Miller and
5? O0 PC (.imp PCR MONTH
ANYTHING New or OlO
ANTH;nG A to -nttw or old
, boualit. sold or 'rnded Phona 2SS.
DOOKS AND STATIONERY
Uramwell Rool. and Stationery 231
Washington Ave Phone 360 JOSt
U AN K I NG
i Utah N'atltona, Uank. southeast corner
, TArenty fourth nnd Vnshlngton Pliona 61.
' '"'l " 1 ' ' i pe t i'l. anlnK I o Ha y .
!rlMn Tour rugs th' best way. Phones 41 f,
J""1' 1129-W B050
KxfTert carpet ."leonine, upholstering,
mattress e? . made ever, feathers renovated
,i all F. T Hampton & Co 2S86 W, 2Zi
rJh JiJ n J5amP"n 'or upholstering, car-
.ancd- 'red n'1 ln!d Remaking
or mattresses Phone 2ir,Z.J,
CITY JUNK HOUSE
Phone 133 ::-S8-Co Wsshmrton Ave
I CHOP SUEN AND NOODLES
i Matsuhx A 7o . leading Japtaese res-
; taursnt In Ofiden 37 24th St
; The New Method Dentists an spoclal- !
- ff b'nches of Dentistry. 34 '
Washington Avo lZOi i
j ELECTRIC MASSAGE
i?r,.0k nlco Ctrlc manage, call at
.-nr erant avenue 434J '
Ogden Fngravlng Service r.i makers
oi fine cuts In one or mo.-, olors. 41C
Twenty-fourCi tPho;.. il .
Geo D Bennett, corporation and -oup
Insurance a specialty Phone 121-W. 1514
JUNK AND HIDES
WcBtcrn Hide Junk Co.. Zlt3 Wub-ln-nn
Av . Phon-
Osden f jnk Houc juEJ Washington !
I Ave I'hono 210. I
1 11 Zerbe. i'hone 'n:, i 52cn
PAPER HANOI NO
Paper hanging painting kalomlning. 1
i paper cleaning. Reasonable. Phone 3220-K I
-md cosl isnges connected All I
kinds of pluml.lng work. Our prices are1
I right. Orvil Waidram. c61 ioventeenth I
,tlC,l I1..n. It' il T.
----- ' - ' - tJJU
All kinds. C H. Zerbe. Phone MS-J
Wlllard Kay. rcil estate and loans
rtM Wqshl.irton Ave. Phona 408. 1S74
Garbage ar.d ruhhlsh hauled, cesspools
snd toilets cleaned John Chlpp & Co
Phone 828. 234S Hudsoi. Avcnuw. W3
TRUNKS AND K AGS
Trunk and bug repairing, round cor
ner from Standard Cullacher a. "373 Hud-
KXPERT -lndow and wall papsr clean
Inc American Window Cleaning Ph CS3
W'm. T Rlrkards, sometimes known as
Wm T ki. hards
P J. MAGINNIS,
' Plaintiff's Attomcv
P. O. Address: 428 Eccles Untitling. 6g
I den. Utah.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
j Department of the lnjbrior. F. S Ijind
Office at Salt Luke City. Utah. Scptcm
her 1. 1920.
Notice Is hereby g1rn that Charles XV
Brown, of Opden. Ftah who. on June j,
1916, made homestead entry No 017150,
for NE. V Section 8, Township 7 North'
I Range 1 East. Salt Ike Meridian, has
, filed notice of Intention to make three
year proof, to establish chiim to the innd
above described, before W H Reeder.
Jr.. Fnllcd States Commission, i al u
!den. L'tah. on the 16th day of October
I Claimant names as witnesses:
D. D Dunbar Lee Shaw Rot.ert Mont
gomer. lxuls Shaw, all of Liberty. Utah
GOULD D. BLAKELEY.
Consult County Clerk or the Respec
tive Signers for Further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of W'eher County
State of Ftah.
In the Matter of the Estate of Mary A
'r.-dltors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned nt the law
Offices of Henderson A- Johnson. Suite,
215. First National Rank building. Ogden.
l'tah. on or before the 4tb day of Janu
Executrix of the L&at Will and Testa
ment of Mary A. Love, Deceased.
Henderson & Johnson. Attorneys for Ex
ecutrix. Date of first publication. September 2
Fi2f' Date of last publication. Septem
ber 30, 1920. 4991 1
HERE'S A STORY
OF BACK PAY AND
! TWO HONEST MEN
Pay day held Joy for two Og
den folks ycstorelay but not for
Fortified with his half months
pay, Bon E. Reeves a railroad
man of 101 West Twonty-thlfd
street walked Into Bon Cohen's
store on Twenty-fifth street. Com
pleting his purchases lie walked
out again but left his wallet on
Getting In touch with the police
Cohen told them of the wallet
Captain Robert Burk. head of
the detective squad dropped down
to see Hooves.
"Lost anything lately?" he po
"Dunno, let's see," and with
that ReeVCa shoved his hands ln
, " Yow-o-o-ee." yelped Reees as
his hands came out empty
Reeves wait saved from a stroke
of heartfallure when the captain
placed the missing money In the
railroad man's hands.
Similarly Mrs. Herbert Vet ring
ton got her husbands half
month's pay and a check for back
pay of $90. She boarded a street
car to go home and upon her ar
i rival discovered that she had lost
She Imniodi.itch notified the
police. Recalling the street car
sho had boarded Mrs. Verrglng
ton Interviewed tin- nminrtuan on
his return trip. Result: Mrs. Yer
rlngton got back the whole
amount, and thanked her lucky
UNION DRIVE ON
HALTED BY COURT
1 1 A RLESTON, W Va., Sept.
16. A temporary Injunction re
straining the national and district
officers of the United Mine Work
ers of America, from attempting
to induce non-union coal miners
to Join rhe union in violation ol
i "iitracts with employing coal
mining companies was granted
here today bv three Judges ui (in
huprcnie court of uppeals
The Injunction is directed
against John L Lewis ami other
national officers of the I'nlted
Mine Workers, C. F. Kecney, dis
trict president umi Harold w.
Houston, attorney for the mine
The Ogden Auto Directory I
WHERE THEY ARE AND WHAT THEY DO
Oldsmobile trucks and touring cars, Briscoe cars, Qramm-Benistein
trucks. White-Robinson, 2300 Washington. Phone 340. 3739
; Ogden Auto Radiator Co., 2329 Hudson Avenue 3740
I All makes of batteries repaired and recharged Exide Battery Sta- I
tion, 2359 Hudson Avenue ' ?74i
Wbei Taylor Motor Co., 2333 Hudson Avenue. Chalmers and Max
well sales and service. Phone 143 j 3742 I
Hudson Auto Top Co., 1717 Washington. 3773
we buy all cars regardless of condition. Salvage parts for sale.
Auto Salvage Co., 2348 Grant. 4045
I Willard Battery Station, 2454 Grant avenue 3733 I
Northeast Service Station Cheesman Auto Co. 3786 j
legal Notices j
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No 1.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 6
A Joint resolution proponlnp an amend
ment to Section .'. of Artlelo 11 of th
ontlitutlon of the Stnt. of Utah, re
intinK to municipal corporations
Be it enneteri t the Legislature or the
State of 1 tah. two third" vote of all the
members fleeted In the two Houses con.
eurrlnn Iher. ln
Section ) That It la proposed to amend
se, rjon ". of article xi of the Constltu.
tlon of the State of Utah so that the
same will read SJ follows.
e. ', i 'orporn tlons tor municipal pur
poses sh.iii not he created h special laws,
The Legislature by general laws i;hall pro
vide for the Incoriforatlon, orirnnlzatlon
and classification of cities nnd towns In
proi.rtlon to population which Ins may
be altered, amended or repealed.
Any city may frame and ndopt a char
ter for Its own government In the fol
The legislative authority of the cltv
may. by two-thirds vole of Its members.'
and upon petition of qualified elector to I
the number of 1" per cent of nil votes cast j
at the next preceding election for the of
fice of the mayor, shall forthwith provide
by ordinance for the submission to the I
electors of the fiiestlon. "Shall a Com
mission be chosen to frame a charter '' '
The ordinance shall require that the ques-
I tlon be Submitted to the electora at the
next regular municipal election The bal-
I lot containing such question shall also!
contain the names of candidates for mem-'
Ihetf. of the proposed Commission, but I
without party designation Such candl-1
I date shall be nominated tn the same!
manner as required by law for nomination 1
of city officer. If a majority of the elec
tors voting on the question of choOHlnc
Commission shall vote in tho affirmative
then the fifteen candidates receiving n '
majority ol the votes east at r-uch eec-
tlon. shall constitute the charter Commls-.
slon. and shall proceed to frame a char '
Any charter so framed shall he sub
mltted to the qualified electors of the city
at an lection to be held at a lime to,
he determined by the charter Commission, i
which shall be- not less than thirty days
subsequent to its completion and dlstrl -,
button among the electors and not more
than one vear from such date-. Alternn
Itlve provisions may also lie submitted to!
' be voted upon separately. The Commls
! slon shall make provisions for the dlstrl-1
button of copleti of the proposed charter!
and of anv alternative provisions to the
I qualified electors of the cfty. not less than j
slr.ty days before; the election at which It I
,ls voted upon. Such proposed charter and
such alternative provisions as arc np- I
proved by a majority of the electors vo'
I Ing thereon, shall become an organic law
iof such city at such time as may be fixed
therein, and shall supersede any existing
'-hnrter and nil Iium urtectlng the orrun
I tat Ion and government ed Slid l I ty which
sre now In conflict therewith Within
I thirty days after Its approval copy of
such charter as adopt-d, certified by the
I mayor and city recorder and authen tlctt- J
j ed by the seal of such city, shall be- made
In duplicate and deposited, one In the of
fice of tho Secretary of State and the'
other In the office of tho City Recorder.1
and thereafter all courts shall take Judl
clal notice of such charter
Amendments to any such charter mav
bo framed and submitted by the charter.
Commission tn the same manner as pro '
vided lor making of charters, or may be
proposed by the legislative authority of
the city upon a two thirds ote thereof,
or by petition of qualified electors to
number equal to one tenth of the total
vote cast for mayor on the next preceding
election, and any such amendment may
bo submitted at the next regular ele-ctlon.
and having been approved by the majority '
of the electors voting thereon, t,hall be
come a part of the charter at the time
flxeel ln such amendment snd shall be car-
lifted and filed .as provided In case of
ICach city forming Its charter under this
Se-ctlon shall have and Is hereby cranted.
: the authorltv to x-i all power" rilit
Ing to municipal affairs, and to adopt
and enforce within Its limits, local police
sanitary and similar regulation not to con
fllct with the general law, and no enumer
ation of powers In this constitution or anv
law shall be deemed to limit or restrict
the general grant of authority hereby con
ferred: but this grant of authority shall
. not Include the power to regulate the serv- i
ice or charges of public utilities so long'
as such regulation Is provided for by gen
eral law, nor be deemed to limit or re
strict tho power of the Legislature In mat- I
ters of public or general Interest, nor !
tho.se relating to Slate affairs.
The power to bo conferred upon the clt- ',
les by this Section shall include tho foi-
(a) To levy, assess and collect tuxes
and borrow money, within the limits pie- I
scribed by general Isw, and to levy snd
e-ollect special assessments for benefits
(b) To furnish all local public services,
to purchase, hire, construct, own. main- I
tain and opnrate. or leuse. public utilities. I
local in extent and use; to acquire by
condemnation, or otherwise, w ithtn or
Without the corporate limits. properly
ncccasiu-y for any auch purposes subject .
to restrictions imposed by general law for I
the protection of other communities; and '
to grant local public utility franchises and ;
regulate the exercise thereof subject to i
the continuing power of regulation of pub
lie utilities, their rates and m-rvlu- b the
iStnte. as Is now or may hereafter be, pro j
rlded w i ii law.
(c) To make local public Improvements!
and to acquire by condemnation, or other- '
wise, proper! within Its corporate lira-1
Its necessary for auch Improvements; and I
also to acquire an excess over that needed
for any such Improvement and to sell or
lease such excess property with restric
tions. In order to protect and preserve
(d) To Issue and sell bonds cn the se
Curltj of any such exet-Rs property, or of I
any public utility owned by the city, or
of the revenues there-of. or both, Includ
InST, In the case of a public utility, a fran-
chlse stating the terms upon which. In
case of foreclosure, tho purchaser muy !
operate such utility
I See. I. The Secretary of State is here I
by directed to submit the proposed amend
ment to the olectors of the State at the I
next general election In thv manner pro- I
vldcd by law.
Sec. 3 if adopted by the electors of
(Ills State, this amendment shall take ef
I feet on January 1st, 1921.
approved March is una. I
I LIQUOR WITHOl T VAL1 I
n. TAX BOARD DECIDES
(By International News Service)
NEWARK, N- J Wines gm and
I cordials have no value today, accord
ing to the BneX county board of tax-
latlon. The board made asseaxnientsi,
one on the- estate of Caspei A. Miller.
I of lrvlr.gton. whoae inventory showed
a stock of liquor valued at 1000. The
executors appealed on the 'round that
while the liquor might be shown on
the Inventory at that sum it was realls
worth nothing because the Volstead
act prohibited its sale The board
lit another case Where quart after
quart of fancy wines and cordials ap
peared on the inventory the board
decided tht" executors were right In
putting on a nominal value of $1 on
The tide rises about ten feet tn the
mouth of the River Elbe,
Proposed Constitutional Amend-
ment No. 2 j -
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO, 5.
A wnhition proposing an amendment to
Section 7 Article 13. of the Constitution I
of the State of l'tah. relating to tax I
rates for State purposes. H
Be It resolved by the Legislature of tho
State f itah. two-thirds of all tho H
members elected to each House concur
Section 1.- That It Is proposed to amend
section 7 of Article XIII ol the fonMi
union of the Stats 1 1 i tan bo that the I
read as follows. H
Sec. 7. The rate of taxation on proper-
ly lor State purposes shall never exceed H
j mills on each dollar of valuation to da
apportioned as follows Not to exceed
4U mills on each dollar of valuation for 1
general State purposes, not to exceed 3 H
I mills on each dollar of valuation for dls- H
itrlct school purposes; not lo cxcecd y, H
'mill on eaeh dollar of valuation for high
school purposes; that part of the State- B
lax apportioned to high school purposes H
muni rnnjtnui" a lima to lie called me H
High School Fund and shall be appor-
tioned to the cities and school districts H
maintaining hlftl schools In the manncV H
he Legislature may provide And when- H
ever the taxable property within the State H
shall amount to $400,000,000.00. the rates 1
shall not exceed on each dollar of valu.i H
tlon two and four-tenths mills for general
State purposes, two-tenths ol one mill for H
high school purposes, and such levy for H
district m hool purposes as will raise an- H
nu. illy an amount which, added to any H
other State funds available for district H
school purposes, equals $25.00 for each H
person of school age In the State, shown H
by the last preceding school census; un- H
less a proposition to Increase such rate B
or rates, specifying the rate or rates pro-
posed and the time during which the same H
shall be levied, be first submitted to h H
vote of such of the qualified electors of H
the Smtc. as, In the year next preced- H
ing such election, shall have paid a prop- H
erty tax assessed to them within the Sta'.- H
and the maJorlt of those voting thereon H
shall vote in favor thereof, In such man- H
ncr aa may be provided by law. H
Sec. 2. The Secretary of State la dl. H
reeled to cause this proposed amendment H
to be puhlished as requited by the Con- H
stltution and to be submitted to the clec
tors of the State at the next general clec-
tlon In the manner provided DJ H
Sec. 3. If approved by the electors of th j
State, this proposed amendment shall H
on th. da) id January. H
Approved March 1$. 1913 H
Proposed Constitutional Amend- '
ment No. 3.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
A concurrent resolution providing an H
amendment to Section 1 Article XXV.
of the Constitution of the State of H
Utah, relating lo State debt limitation. H
Be It enacted by the Legislature of the
State of l'tah. two-thirds of all the jiicm- H
ber s elected to each of the two Houses
Section 1. That It Is proposed to amend H
Section 1, Article 14. of the constitution H
of the State of l'tah. so that the same H
read as follows: H
Section 1. To meet casual deficits or
failures In revenue, and for necessary ex- H
pendttures for public purposes. Including
the erection of public buildings, and for
the payment of all terrltotlal Indebtedness
assumed by the State, the Stale may con-
tract debts, not exceeding In the aggre- H
gale at anv one time, an amount equal to
2 pcrcentum of the value of the taxable H
property of the State, as shown by
tho last assessment for State purposes,
previous lo the- Incurring of such tndobt
edncss. But the State shall never con
tract any Indebtedness except as In tho
next section provided. In excess of
such amount, and all moneys arising
from loans herein authorized, shall be ap-
Sec. 2. The Secretary of Stale Is hereby iH
directed to submit this proposed amend- 'iLLH
ment to the electors of the State at tho iH
next general election In the manner pro, H
vldcd by law. i'lLLH
Sec, I. If adopted by the electors of
the State, this amendment shall take cf H
feet January 1. 1
Approved March 18. 1919. H
Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 4.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
A concurrent resolution proposing an
amendment lo the Constitution of the H
State of I'tah by amending Section S. H
Article XVI. relating to rights of ac-
tlon lo recover daiuuges for Injuries re- H
suiting In death H
Be it resolved and enacted by the Legls- H
lature of the State of Utah, two-thirds
of all tho members elected to each of ! H
the two Houses concurring therein: H
Section 1. That it Is proposed lo amend H
Section 5. Article 16. of the Constitution i
of tho State ot l'tah. BO thai said section
shall read as follows: H
"The right of action to recover damages H
for Injuries resulting In death, shall never H
be abrogated, and the amount re-e-oierablo H
shall not be subject to any statutory llml H
tat Ion, except In cases where compensa
tlon for Injuries resulting In death Is pro-
vided for by law " H
s, . tion 2. The Secretary of State Is H
hereby directed to submit this proposed
amendment to the electors of the statu
at the next general election In the man- '
ner provided by law. H
Sec. 3. It adopted by the electors of
ih. i itl 111' n.liii. nt .hall t.ik- ellect H
January 1st, 1921.
Approved October 9. 1919. 1
I. Harden Bennlon, Secretary of State.
of the Stale of l'tah. do hereby certify H
that the foregoing is a full, true and cor
rect copy of all Constitutional Amend-
ments proposed by the regular and ape- H
clal sessions of the Legislature o( lUt, H
as the same appear ol leeord lit my of- H
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set 1
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the 1
Slate of l'tah. this 1st day of September.
II HPKN LKNN'ION.
Secretary of State. '
WILL HOLD REUNION
(By International News Service)
POl'T HURON, Mich Veterans of
Custer's .Michigan Cavalry brigade will
hold their annual reunion here Sep
ti tuber 1S-1C. About N00 members of
the four regiments of the- brigade are
expected Headquarters will be es
taldlshed ln the Hotel Harrington.
The meeting marks the fifty-seventh
an..lversar) o( the butties ot Culpep-
ei "ourt House aiul Kacoem Ford. 'lr
glnla, in which the brigade lost tin
Only 10 per cent of the full
force of U615 still are living. Ninety
two of the old soldiers died last year.
The program Includes OUSine&4
meetings, dinners a: d an auto ride
around the city In e'. res of the Port
Mr Auiomoblle club.
America uses len times more black
Tea than it does green.