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THE QQDEN STANDARD, OQPENJJTAH, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1913 3
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pr word each issue, or 5 cents per
line of five words per day, no first
insertion less than 25 cents, or two
or more Ilne6 per week at the rate of
25 cents per line per week, or 75
cents per line per month. Remember
five average words make a line All
advertisements on trls page must be
paid In advance No exception to this
rule.
HELP WANTED
FEMALE.
GOOD experienced cook and house
keeper 214G Lincoln 6-9-lwk
AN experienced pi rl or woman for
general housework 27th 6-6tf
A GOOD girl can get good wages at
2341 Adams Ave. 6-4 lwk
W.TL'D a girl for general house-
work, 2573 Monro . 5-17-tf
WANTED Girls at O S L. Coms
Laundry. Apply to manager. 4-21 tf
HELP WANTED
MALE.
SHOE or clothing clerk to work Sat
urdays only. Good wage. I. L
('lark & Sons Co
WANTED Reliable Japanese to do
family cooking, 588 26th 6-3-tf
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
WASHING to take home or work by
the day. 2939 Plngree Ave
6-9-lwk
WOMAN wants work by the das Call
2107-M. 6-8-lwk
DRESSMAKING sewing by day. All
work guaranteed. 177 2Sth St
Thone 2162 M. 5-20 Imo
CURTAINS done up. Tel 969-M
6-15-lmo
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
THREE pleasant furnished rooms for
light housekeeping Inquire -' 158
Lincoln Ave. 6 10 Lwk
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms on
ground floor, 2759 Grant Ave
6-9-lw-k
THREE furnished rooms Call even
ings or Sundays. 284G Hudson.
6-7-lmo
NICELY furnished modern, ground
floor. No. 523 22nd street
6-5 lwk
FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2
wk up 536 31st St 3-13-lr
NICELY furnished, modern, ground
floor 2630 Adams Ave 6-5-1 wk
FURNISHED Hats. 2634 Grant Ave.
4-16-lyr
FOR RENT
FURNISHED APARTMENTS.
NICELY furnished 3-room apartment,
modern; ideal location, no children.
23-H Adams 6 7 lwk
STILWELL apartments. 28th and
Grant completely furnished, mod
ern apartments, reasonable prices
Phone 1028. 6 4-13
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT
TWO unfurnished rooms and closet
for lady or man and wife, 2183
Grant Ave. 6-9-lwk
APARTMENT in basement free 'o
parties for looking after place 224v
Jefferson. Tel. 1289-M 6-7-1 wk
2 FRONT rooms; water and lights
Phone 775-M. 6-27-lmo
COREY apartments modern and rea
sonable. 2566 Washington ave.
5-24 tr
7 ROOM flat, unfurnished. Over Smith
Grocery, 26th and Wash Phone 91.
3--21-tf
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
ONE five-room brick house, with bat L .
Rent. $17.50 per month, phone 612
6-10-tf
FODR-room brink, large lot barn and
cellar. 817 12th St. 6 M lwk
FOUR-roomed modern brick house
2370 Lincoln avenue Phone 707-W
6 7-1 wk
FOR RENT COTTAGE
COTTAGE ft! the Hermitage fur
nished or unfurnished Inquire 2338
Wall avenue. Phone L819-VS 6-6-wk
AFTER June in a cozy 3 room house
on bench. $12.50 per month. Inquire
Room 403 Hrst National Bank Build ,
lng 64tf
FIVE room bungalow 2:15.! Monroe
5-23-lmo
7- ROOM modern frame, Inquire Phone
2341 W 5-23-lmo
7 Room modern, on bench $25.
C D. IVES, 380 25th ST
5-23-lmo
SfX-room house, modern, south-east
corner 27th and Grant Phone
2019-W Apply 2634 Grant. 5-1-tf
ONE -f Rlfh's flats. 2469 Jefferson
Tel 609 Rent. $35 00. 5-9-tf
8 - ROOM modern brick house. 2165
Reeves avenue. Rent $20.00 In
quire at the Bismark, phone 339
4-28-tl
6-ROOM house. 199 West 30th. In
quire Chrlstenaen Shoo Store.
4-14-tf
Fourteen submarine cables now
connect America w ith European
points.
I
FOR KENT
FURNISHED ROOMS,
I TWO or four nice furnished house
keeping rooms 166 80th St.
6 10 lwk
FURNISHED rooms. 2122 Adams.
5-28-lmo
THREE rooms, clothes closet and
pantry, furnished for housekeep
ing 2220 Lincoln 6-3-tf i
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES
SEVEN rooms, modern in good con
dition 689 23rd St 6-9-lmo'
LATEST modern apartments, partly
furnished. Derrick Ave. Phone
12I6-J 6-7-1 Wk
THREE-ioono nicely furnished house.
modern 224 Jefferson Telephone
1289 M 6-7 lwk
FURNISHED house, modern. Phone
1194-R
FIVE-room modfrn furnished house
2874 Washington avenue See own
er 6-7-1 wk
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
ONI good motorcycle for sale at i
2658 Monroe. Cheap C 10 lwk!
BEST grade ol gravel for cement.
11.00 load delivered Phone 270W.
0 10 lwk
ADS that arid fame to your name and
dollars to your till A and Any
thing headquarters here, hindquar
ters, everywhere Wanted 9 1 kows
913 keys. Bel 333W. 6 9 3 t
1 1-2HORSE power gasoline motor,
including pumping Jack EntireH
new Leaving town. Phone 478-R
1470 Cahoon Ave 6-9-lwk
MOTORCYCLE, cheap. Harley Da
vidson, 1912 Model, practically now
Phone 2223, a snap 6-6-lmo.
FOR SALE Runabout aulo good
condition Will trade for motor
cycle. Phone 1306R.
TWO Shi Hand ponies, well broken
and gentle, also one pony buggy and
harness J. T. Hales, 1417 Washing
ton avenue 6-6-tf
SIX-ear-old mare, weight 1,200; suck
ling colt yearling Shire colt In
quire J. M L , care Standard
6-5-1 wk
THREE head of young verj goocl
work horses and harness. ver
heap 209 26th St Phone 1790-W
6-S-lwk
HOUSEHOLD furniture In bulk or by
the piece Inquire 544 28th St
6 4-1 wk
$1 fine for asking Have you got it?
A & Anything :') 903 strings Ml,
sic on time, ads ?1., Huge Icebox
531-3
MOTORCYCLE 9-H P twin; prac
tlcally new, phone 571 - M. Studo
baker Bros 5-31-1wk
SHl'RERT piano in good condition
Phone 72S-R 2:'.31 Adams, o-19-tf
WANTED Clean, wnue old rags, at
the Standard office Phone 56, 36o
21th at
HIGHEST grade pianos and players
from factory to our homes, good
stock on baud at all times, lowest
prices Easiest terms. Panione, 2a 74
Hudson. Tel 1209.
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave, bet. 23rd and 24th S'e. Phone:
617-J. 12-2-tf
FULL sized ink barrels. $1.00 apiece.
Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24tb
8c Phone 56. 1-18-tI
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY on flrtt mortgage real es
tate loans Kelly & Herrick
3-16-tf
MONET TO LOAN on real estate,
floO up, real estate contracts and
mortgages bought and sold
BICIISEL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave, Room 11.
LOANS on Improved farm or city
property. HUNTER &. KENNEDY,
423 24th St, opposite court house
6-12-tf
Money to loan on city xn 'arm
property. Any amount, no delaj
MathewM-McCuIloch Co., under FlrBt
National bank. Phone 301-W.
MONEY to loan on watches, dla- ,
nionua, Jewelry, firearma, etc. Un- '
cle Sam's Loan Office, established
185. The Money Lenders of Ogden
278 25th st C H. Smith, Prop.
9-4-lyr
CHATTEL loans, salary loans. You
can get It today. Cheapest rates,
best and most private terms In Utan
D. D. Drake, over Paine & Hunt.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. BrumtnitL 4-27-tf ;
LOST
AN umbrella. Clyde written on han
dle Return W illiams Music S'ore
leeward 6 10 lwk
PILLOW sham; between 27th St and
Md Fori Finder call 969-M
6-9-lwk
BAY mare, weigh! about 1.000 lbs.
branded combination FUR on left
Shoulder; reward .1 M Follirnan. R
F. D. No 5, Ogden, Utah 6 7 lwk
COLD Pansv shaped pin. pearl center,
between Carr Dru and Bdgar Jones
Co Return Standard. Reward
6-6-1 wk
9UEDE watch fob with gold c harm
luitial "C " Finder return to thlfl
office and receive reward 6-4 tf
LOST OR STOLEN.
ONE !ay marc, branded "T" on left
shoulder; star in forehead wire cut
scar on left foot, weight about 900
Phone 439 W Reward 6 1" 81
BOARD AND ROOM.
ROOM and board, also somo table
boarders Poplar Heights. 437 24th
Streefc 6-17-lmo
STORE FOR RENT
2462 GRANT avenue, small store room
Apply Mayor's office. 6-3 lwk
223S WASHINGTON 2-stor brick
building .for store room. 1000 feet
deep, full paeement; reasonable ren
nl to right party. Apply Mayors of
fice. FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE
TIMBER tANDS.
Apply for a quarter section of valu
able Oregon timber land while you
have the opportunity Man or worn
an No residence y(,r full particu
lar see John W Gardner, Helena Ho
tel 6-4 lwk
STRICTLY modern house within a
block from Washington avenue.
Phono 285-M 6-4 lwk
BUILDING LOT
BARGAIN
FOR a few days only A lot 53x132
on Brlnker avenue near 2fith street,
the best located and cheapest resi
dence lot in OgdfMi $650.00
MATHEWS McCULLOCH CO.
Under First National Bank.
SMALL fruit farm close in Bargain
C. D. IVES, 380 25TH ST.
5-31-lwk
FARM FOR SALE
20 Acres Near Ogden
Fine soil, good
water right, all
fenced and culti
vated. Now in
grain. Share crop
goes with place.
Only 3 miles from
City Hall. Near
fine 2-story public
school, church and
store. Good for
gardening and
chickens. Price
.S4,000, half cash,
balance long time,
low interest. Will
take small home or
vacant lots close in
for part.
C D. IVES
380 25th St.
5-ROOM modern brick, all furnished,
with piano. $2000; close in, phone
1388-J. 6-15-lmo
PAVING RENT?
Don't do It For a srnail amount
down you can move into a dainty lit
tle new. modern bungalow Pay the
balance same as rent. Fluo location
Price $2.1 r.it
E. W CANNADY,
2411 WASHINGTON. ROOM 11
5- ROOM brick, all furnished with
piano $2000. ternru; close In; 942
2&th, phone 13SS-J. o-15-lmo
STRICTLV modern bouse within a
block from Washington avenue In
quire 235-M. 6-4-1 wk
G-ROOM frame houao on Monroe,
near 20th. a snap terms, $2500
Kelly & Herrick 5-12-tf
7-ROOM modern, large lot, close In;
half block from car line. Small cash
payment $1900.00
6- room brick, modern, full basement,
lot 66x148. on bench; close to car and
school, make terms to suit purchas
er $1850.00
4-room, modern; one-half block to
car; clo6e In $1700.00
4- room modern brick, new, close In
on bench ... .$2400. 00
5- room. frame, modern, good location,
largo lot, chicken yard and garden
$1500.00
Building lots on 25th St Bench, 50x
132 ft, each $300.00
See us for bargains In residences or
building lots. Wo write insurance.
PboDe 301-w Matbewa-McCuIloch
Co, under First National Bank 5-14-tf
CHOICE LAND
IN splendid locatiou. oniy $16 per
acre and up. easv terms; we have
16,000 acres of sub-Irrigated, irrigated
and dry farm land to sell on very' eany
terms, land verj productive, yielding
from $S0 to $140 per aero each BeaBon ;
climate Ideal, opportunity best in the
I'nlted States to get a home and farm
cheap aud easy Land celling fast
Better write phone, or call on
HUSSB1 WOODS REALTY CO..
2411 Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah.
Phone "'.9,1. 6-4-1 wk
A HOME SNAP
WK offer for sale lu the northwest
part of the city close to the railway
offices and wholesale district a mod
ern five room house, east front, lot
50162 lawn, shade, garden, chicken
run and Bhedfl This property will
readily rent, and is worth Gu pr cent
more than we ask for it Our price
for a few days only $1,500.00. $400.00
cash, balance to suit ihe purchaser
See us quick II Interested
MATHEWS-McCULLOCH CO.
Under First National Bank.
$3,350 BUYS good lot, 82x132 ft., wjth
two good frame houses, one 5 room,
one 4-room Good east side location
Terms H M , I are Standard Office.
California has a trnckleHg trollev
z ips. 1
FOR SALE
Fine modern 6-room house, furnace
heated; gas In this summer. On car
line Good neighborhood. $3300 If I
taken soon
5-room modem bungalow. To make
quick sale will take $2000; $300
down; your own terms on the balance
Newton-Burnham Co.
At the Sign of the Bungalow,
i'hone 139
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
TWO 5-room modern bungalows, full
basement; will trade for farm or
city property Big bargain for cash.
Inrpiirp J B Foulger, care I L Clark
& Sons 6-21wk
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
HAVE proposition for lady or gentle
man with small capital, good den.
onstrators -that is a money maker
pleasant work ; room 2. 330 24th St.
6 7 lwk
PATENTS
! BEN LOEWENTHAL 5203 Prairie
Ave, Chicago. Patent Promoter.
! Expert In patent Issues. Ogden ref
erence. 5-14-tf
The end man in a minstrel show j
jean tell a Joke as well as the next
j man.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
FRUIT GROWERS.
W ant contracts to make fruit boxes
and crates. Will take farm prod
ucts ns part payment in some cases
Other small contracts taken. Address
L M care Standard. 6-4 lwk
50 HEAD of horses for pasturage
Smith Ranch.. North Ogden
6-10-lmo
FARM TO TRADE.
"ARM near town for house, close In
C. D. IVES, 3S0 25th St l-I5-lyr
MANY FISH THREATENED
Provo, June 9. There is grave dan
ger that more than a million fish will
die in Provo ns the water is getting
very low and the third run suckers
and a great many of the trout are go
ing up the stream to spawn Deput
Came Commissioner D, I!. Madsen
said today that unless more water
-ould be secured to flush the river the
fish will poison the water to such an
extent that all the fish would die.
Mr .Madsen worked all day yester
day and is still busy getting surround
in? farmers to turn as much water
hack Intn thr liver as possible so ;is
to flu9h the stream He also con
Btructed trap today to prevent the
fish from going up the stream and get
ting oul Into the irrigation dltchea
Mr Madsen said late this afternoon
that he believed enough farmers could
be prrsuaded to turn the water back
into the river and put off their Irri
gation for a few das until the fish
can be taken care of.
LABORERS
WILL STRIKE
Salt Lake. June 10. According to
advices received In Salt Lake a strike
is threatened among the workmen
employed on the detour at Soldier
i Summit where the grade of the Den
ver & Rio Grand- railroad is under
going a change
The dispatches received say that
fully 2000 workmen are ready to
leave their places, although local of
ficials of the railroad and also of the
1'iaii Construction company, which is
in charge of the work, deny the trou
ble Is of uny magnitude.
A H. Christensen. a director of the
Utah Construction company, who has
been actively supervising the work
on the detour, when asked regarding
the reported strike and demands, last
nighl said:
"The members of the I W. V have
been trying to agitate the men down
there on the work for sc-vrral davs
talking and spouting as they do here
on the streets Last night, a number
of the men who are employed on the
I night shift did not go out to work,
but they made no demands of me !
I or an of the sub-contractors to my
; knowledge. The situation does not
! seem to be alarming lor while there
were somewhere between 100 and 200
men who did not go to work last
night, It does not mean ;i .sink.- and
' 1 believe all of the day force will be!
j on band tomorrow
"Some of the 1 W W men are re
ported to have made threats. und
j there Is no way to protect the men to
advantage there on in night shift.
I Then a number feared trouble and
: would go to some other camp rather
than to be mixed up on either side of
i B strike The agitators we re laughed
at by many of the men and I thlpk
they Will not cause us any serious
I t rouble
There has been talk among the
agitators about nine hours and $2.60 1
B day but no demands have reached
us As a matter of fact only a few
trackmen ?2 2 a tJn- and tha'-
ls tti- minimum. Teamsters and most
of the employes get $2.50 a day or
more The agitators may annoy us
and cause us some delay, but I do not
tear a strike.
"The Utah Construction company
ban but two camps there and employs
onlv about 225 men. The rest of the
work is let to sub-contractors, and 1
believe there are about 1200 men em
ployed on the detour work "
OGDENBISINESS
DIRECTORY
Advertisements in thig column '
cost 75c per line por month, pay- j
: able in advance.
ACCORDION PLAITING
i DONE in all lengths. 2568 Cole'e
I Court, rear 240 26th St. Tol 173-W.i
J. J. BRUMMITT
Loans-tasurancc-Rcal Estate
Phone 59 Under Utah National Bank
Elegant Home Brummitfs Addition
A new modern bungalow, located on the bench, 1 n'1VA a number of the most desirable lots in
In the best residence part of the city; six large Brummitt's Addition for dale at $100 per lot. These
rooms finished in natural wood, fine imported pa- are about a block from a new $35 000 school build- :
per. electric fixtures, fine porcelain bath, station- which has been recently erected on the corner
arv lavatory; toilet, hot and cold water connec- --nd flnd Harrison These lots I will cloe out at
tlons throughout, large basement; strictly modern down and $5 per month at low rate of interest
and up-to-date throughout, lot rr.xl'i". feet to alley: . j
only 18000; $600 cash, balance $25 per month, with Chicken KanCn
low rate of interest. , K , ... , . ,
I nave one of the most elegant locations for a
nrii ni a. chicken ranch in the city, consisting of a little over
-.Jill oireet one acre of ground This land slopes to the south
t . . , . , . and west, is sandy soil and is admirable adapted
I own about 1600 feet tron. on this .tree which ff)r a , d
expect to sell during the next 9 days, as long as vv)thjn bloekl of a school house. 1 offer
his property lasts, every one wll have an oppor- this property for $800 on an? kind of terms,
tunlty of securing a building lot on the finest rest- 1 j
dence street in the city, verv cheap, on easy terms Mnrlorn RnnffQlnw
at low rate of Interest 1 can gn-e any frontage de- ''lUUcrn DUIlgdlOW
sired either north or south and any sl.e lot re- a new modern bungalow, located near the Sacred
quired For the next 30 days I will sell this front- Heart Academy, five large, spacious rooms, finish
age at from $6 to 20 per front foot on easy terms ?d in mission oak fine imported paper, massive
electric chandeliers, fine porcelain bath, toilet, sta.
$1200 tionary lav oratory, hot and cold water connections
tllrniirhftnt laroi, Knunmnt olpillt nift.lnr- A im
An elegant lot, 50 feet front, running back to l0 dtUp 0nly j300( Qn terms tQ uH Thia
good depth; located within two blocks of the First great snap
National Bank building, going at $1200, 8200 down, j
calance $20 per month; this is a great snap Fine Lot '
TTmir Rnnm Hnmo An olKant lot located on the corner of 2.Tth street
I UUi ivuviii iiuiuc and jMkBon Avenue, 100 hy 150 fct facing south
A 4-room home with pantry and closet city water and west, this Is one of the most elegant lots in
and electric lights, a large lot running back 135 the city foi an expensive residence, if sold hefore
feet to 27-foot alle. located close In, for only June 15th, I will sell very cheap Can give any kind
81400, $100 down, balance same as paying rent. of terms desired.
ATTORNEYS
LAWTKR O'OOHNOLiLY, lover Nye
Clothing Sio:o.) 2411 Wash av.
Phono 39?.
! K T. HULANISKJ. First National
Bank bldg. iZ-ll-tf
BOOKBINDING
J WILSON Book and looae 'eaf Je
vice manufacturer UpAtalr. 24C&
Wash. Phone 850. 12-30-lmc
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
BAKER'S Billiard room. 2452 Gran'
ave. NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THL
BEST. We have the coziest ozy Bll
Hard Room In Ogden, and all standard
high grade, no cheap; four slate ta
bles at Baker s
THE WORLD FAMOUS BRUNS
WICK BALK 5x10 Bllliar and Pool
tables. Well entllated rooms Tho
Cozy. 326 25th
CHD20PRACT0R
F. J, FREENOR, D. C.
Graduate Chiropractor,
No drugs, su-gery or osteopathy; trj
chiropractic (spinal adjustments i
2411 Washington avenue. Room It
Phone 311. 6-7 tf,
CARPET CLEANING
K VAN KAMPICN Phc iS3 lor up- 1
holsterlng. mtttroks nik.LO. ro
s'.retching of bed eprlngs
ELOCUTION.
KATHRYN PASSFTT. instructor ol
elocution; tor terms and informa
tion inquire Phone 2223. 6-9-lmo
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of Junk, phone us up. W
will call for it. Tel 210.
PAINTING, ?APSSHANGING
PAINTING, paperbnnglng und tinting
J. Den Harthog, Phone 671-R
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OR. A. FF.RNLUND, Physician and
Surgeou. Office houru 11 tu 4 kv. in.
New Peery Bldg . Huoson Ave. Phone i
19C;-W. Kc-iliicuco phoue 2129-W. 646 I
Wol ington avenue. i-ll-lf
PAPER CLEANING
JAMES THOMPSON Expert paper '
cleaning, rough and paimed walla
and burlap. All work guaranteed, i
Phono :iw 2341 JackBOO avenue.
PAINTING LESSONS
LESSONS given in water color oil
and pastel at 567 27th. t 10 lwk
NOTARY PUBLIC.
C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St
PHOTOGRAPHY
UME people say tbey do not take a j
good picture. Did you ever try
Craw shaw? Studio. 210 25th It
PRINTING
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work, 2465 Wash ave. Pbono Sou
)2-3uimo
RUBBER STAMPS.
OGDEN STAMP WORKS phone 454,
or maul card if you wish us to Cdll
wiin aainplwfl- Oflico ispargo's.
12-3 It
SANITARY OKK
YOUR garbage hauled regular San
itary can furnished free Sanitary i
Garbage & Waste Paper Co Phoue,
620. 2438 Wuli. Aye.
CITY SCAVENGER, McCorty Co,
IVi Grant. Bell phone 2018-W.
SECOND-HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture
-lotblng and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged, also tiunka nnd suitcases
cheap A Slner, Phone li2C 179 1-2
i-nt-flft'h St. -13-lyT.
I X L FURNITURE store. 2227 Wash
ington are,. 2d-hand furniture of
all kiids bought and sold. prices
which no other uiore can equal
12-2-lyr j
TAILOR MADE CORSETS
SPIRRELL.V Corsets. Mrs Smith,
404 24th, 6 1 mo
VACUUM CLEANERS
ONE DOLLAR p - day. delivered and
called for Electric Servico Co,
Phone SS Up 24th bt
FRATERNAL
SOCIETIES
J1ASONIC Queen Hither chanter
No. 4, O. E. S.. regular meetings held
at Masonic hal on Washington ave
between 25tii and 16ia ttl . the tiTfl!
and third Fridays of each month. So
journing mt-'cnDerfl cordially Invited to
attend. lannlo M. Whltu-more, W.
M., CalUe E. Cbve, Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. IS, F. & A. M..
Ma.bunjc lcmplo, 26o0 Washington
avenue. Mceiiui;: very WeinesQuj
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members oi
bibtor lodges and sojourning brethren
coruiully invited to attend. S. W.
Wherry, v . M. Feiix T. Moore, Sec
retary. LADIES ot the Maccabees, Silver hlvo
No. 1, u O T. M.. meet every
liibt anu uiird Tnursuay evueungs at
i o ciocK, anu every s.ucond and lourth
ibursday alterutxins at V:30 o'clock.
iu Lao'es' nail, 4-il Hudson ave Via
mng members cordially .uvited to 't
tenu, iatbryn KtJtlvston. Ju. C U
jcunie iroui, K. L-
Sllver Tent No. 1, Macabees of th
Uorid, meet secona ud tuurth Alon
aay nights at 6 o'clock p. m. All Via
luiit an Knignta cordially invited.
lv A. STiSPUlSNSON,
Commanuer.
W. B. OQLKTKEE,
Record Keeper.
Queen Cuy Rebcauh Lodge No 4,
1. U. L. V , mceu second and lourth
Jr rluaj eveuings. at Udd f eiio .vs ball.
ibitiny members invited Lula Claud
man, N ti., Lmma Meid. Kecorduig
secretary, vis i weuty-ttird sueet.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle -No. o81, meets every N eduesaay
night at 7: JO o'clock, K. of P. nail
Visiting ueiguuora invited Dues cun
be paiu to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D.,
67-58 Lewla block. Addio liaker, t.
N., 120 W . 27th St. Marlii Lrllea, Clerk,
27J1 MouriHj avenue.
ORDER OF OWLS Ogden Nest
No. l-lt, Order of Uvlb, meets ev
erj Friday ev cuing In tneir own hll
liiie old Elk club ruuiugj at B
o'clock Visiting Brother Uwla aro in
vited to attend the nest meetings. L
C Emmett, President. J Ullver, Sec
retar), 2 110 Wabh Ave
Woodmen ot the Worm Weber
Lamp No 74 meets in K. ot P. ball in
the Utah National bank building v
cry Thurauay uvoning at b o clock.
Visiting Soodmeu cordially luvitod
to attend L) D. iiuitb.. C. C.J E Auth,
Clerk. First National Bank building.
Royal Neighbors of America Meet
every I irst and third Wednesday
liigbts ot each mouth at 8 p. m, at
the oad J'ellows hall Visiting neigh
bors luvitod Duos can be paid to
Mrs. Anna Rles-Finle,, tl, D, room
21 Lewis block India Sawyer. Ora
cle 2453 HarriflOD Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulucy.
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge
No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Cattle bull, Utah National bauk build -
lug, ever Honda evening . All K of
Ps ure requested to meet with ua.
H. Luddingtoa, C ( i W. O. Kind,
M. ot E j W L Uuderwood, K. of R.
H S.
Modern Woodmen of America Utah
camp No. 990 meets every first and
tnird Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K of P hail. Twenty -fourth sL and
Washington ;ive Visiting members
invited W H. Draney. Consul. J
M. Shafer, L'lerk.
Sogo Lily Circle No. 174 meets ot
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p. in., in L O O. V hall.
Visiting neighbors cordially Invited.
Mary E. Blixt. G. N., 451 31st SL Kate
Hoyman, Cleric, BeU phon 1247-J.
The I ench language is more eas
ily understood over the telephone
than the Euslish language, providing
you undorstand French
Fraternal Order ot Eagles Ogden
aerl No. 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evfc-lng at Eagles hall.
I Hudson ave. at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles aro inited to attend
the aerie meetings. Club rooms open
III 11 a. nu J. W. Griffin, W. Presi
dent. E. R Geiger, secretary. Dr. C.
E Wardleigh, Aerie Physician.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Ogden Homestead. No. 1605, meets on
2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings at K.
P hall. Visiting Archers are cordially
invited to meet with ua. Addle L. W:l
lanjs. Foreman, 180 Twenty-first
street. J. A. Junk, Correspondent,
J-'jj Washington.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalks In Side
walk District No 118, being both
-fidos of Quiucy avenue from 20th la
-2nd streets and the west side of
itrrant avenue from 19th to 20th street,
under plans and specifications pro
pared by the City Engineer and ap
proved by the Board of Commission
erB. will be received at the office of
the City Engineer. In the City Hall.
Osden. Utah, until 10 o'clock a. m,
on the 10th day of June 1913.
At which lime all proposals re
celved Will be publicly opened and
n-ruj aloud. Plans and specifications
can be obtained upon application at
tho office of the City Engineer, after
June 16, 1913
The rlfcht ly reserved to reject any
or al bids and to waive any defects!
By order of the Board of Commission
ers.
II I CRAVEN, Citj Engineer.
First publication. June 6. 1913
Last publication June 2S, 191.1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalks in Side
walk District No 119, being both sides
of 7th street from Washington to
Madison avenues, under plans ami
.ipeclfications prepared by tho Cll
tnglncer and approved by the Board
of CViiDinissioners, will be received at
i ho office of the City Engineer, in the
City Hall. Opden Utah, until 10
o'clock a m., on the 30th day of June,
1913.
At which lime all propolis re
ceived will be publicly opened and
read aloud. Plan6 and specifications
can be obtained upon application at
the office of the City Engineer, after
June 16, 1913.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commission
era.
II J. CRAVEN, City Engiueer.
First publication. June 6. 1913
Last publication, June 2S, 1913
WILL TEST SALMON RIVER
Salmon City. Ida., June 9. Super
visor Pearson of the Salmon national
torost says that the United States
geological survey department will In
stall a cable and car across tho Sal
mon river at this place for the pur
pose of determlnlnp the exact speed
Of the current and the amount of wa
ter that p;isses a given spot each
second. The cable will have a clear
span of 252 feet. 1 he car will be
equipped with a current meter and
readings will be taken every ten feet
j across etrvam Similar meters are
j being installed on all the larger
i streams In tho country. D,R this is the
first to be placed in this section of
Idaho. It will be In operation early
next month. Last Sunday morning
the Salmon river had risen 58 feet
above spring low-water mark.
-oo
METHODISTS CELEBRATE
Salmon City, Ida.. June 9. The for
tietO anniversary of the Methodist
Church In Salmon City was celebrated
last week by special services, meet
ings and a banquet. Bishop Luc
cock, from Helena: District Superin
tendent Parker and the Rev. H. Ellis
Bush were the chief speakers At
the reminiscence meeting, held on
Saturday to celebrate the fortieth an
niversary of the first religious service
h ld in Salmon, the chairman called
upon all those present who attended
that first service to stand, and nine
of the pioneers respondpd
The annual banquet of the High
school was hold on Thursday In the
gymnasium building. Philip Rand ac:
eil as toast master and speeches wer
made b) Miss B McDonald county su
perintendent of schools; P. Stratton.
y Hall. Ruby Wayant. Floren "
Thrasher. Attorneys Whltcomb and
Cherry, and other.
oo
Motor-driv en pumps were In de
mand in Dayton after the recent
flood.

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