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H THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913. HS
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rv" WANTED FEMALE HELP.
COMPETENT girl or woman for gen
eral housework; must know how to
Itakfcook. 575 25th. 8-1-lwk
I WANTED A chocolate dipper.
Green wells 8-1 tf
I ax experienced girl for housework
ri 6 I"1" week; no cashing Inquire
r 8 IS 24th St
CIKL for general housework; good
! wages. Mrs. 1. L. Clark. 2375 Mad',
son avenue 7-30-tf
tef A GIRL or man to tend small sro
-i'f con ."orf lor hoard and clothes
n Call at 1136 22nd St 7-28-1 wk
WANTED Girl for general house
work 2303 Lincoln Phone 2353 W.
U, 7 28-1 wk
MIDDLE aged woman as housekeep
er. Call at Broom hotel after 2
I p m. good salarv 7-26-tt
the f A GOOD cook at the Virginia hotel
WANTED MALE HELP.
LOCOMOTIVE fireman. brake-men,
wages about $100; experience un
jif4 necessarv. Send age. stamp Rallwa,
MEN wanted--20 energetic young)
wt white men wanted for work as j
H serabllng and erecting steel towers
j for transmission line work in Utah,
Idaho; $2 per day and board; good.
"V clean camp; interesting v ork, chance
tf; for advancement Apply liio-enr-. Con
ijA struction Co.. Urigham City, Utah.
. i B-2-2wks
B WANTED A good canvasser to sell
real oil paintings, made by han".
w sood commission. Address Oil Pann
lugs, care the Ogden Standard, good j
m references required 7-l"l-4t
SITUATION FEMALE. j
ROUGH, dry curtains, 3 pair for $1.1
I Phone 2305-W 7 17-lino I
DRESSMAKING, reasonable prices.
45G .'2nd St. 7-lU-lmo
n . .
mm ORDERS for home maa- cakes Mrs
rt M. A. Markle. Phone 700-W
WANTED Clean, wnr.e old rags, at
tbo Standard office. Phone 56. 360
i MANUFACTURER wants branch
manager for Ogden; salarv $12o to
I $200 a month and percentage on sales.
B must furnish references and invesi
$50 ' to $1000, investment secured,
& you handle your own money, sound
H business proposition, will stand inves
i. ligation. H C. Harding. President
I Cltj National, Omaha. Neb 7.28-lwk
AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY
YOU can make $5 to $25 a day selling
Raincoats. An opportunity, of a lite
1 time to enter a paying business with-
2 out capital Samples free rite to
1 day Royal Raincoat Co.. 178 Jaek-
U son Blvd . Chicago
jj AGENTS, good money for rustlers
2562 Washington Ave, Ogden.
rtf SALESMAN, traveling, salary and ex
penses or commission ; must be ac-
9 tive, ambitious, energetic-, splendid
J opportunity; former experience not
J essential. Landmark Cigar Co., Den
B ver, Pa.
r0 SALESMEN making small towns:
whole time or side line; should
carry our fast selling pocket side line.
W". Special saleb plan allowing return of
laf. unsold goods Makes quick, ea6y
vjj Bales. ?4 commission cm each order
Sorncthinr cnUreh iipw Writ" fcr
ou'fit toda BURD MFG. CO., 212
it Sigr-I Si . Chicago. Ill
jjjj ACTIVE, ambitious mc-n lo sell ex
ceptlonaly high class groceries d'
" recr io corisumprs Liberal advances
tlx on orders; our bonua system Is big
X0li feature, permanent positions; bep;
jj, season at hand Writp th BIG
? HOUSE today for particulars, naming
lesf? IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS,
it WHOLESALE GROCERS,
t JOHN SEXTON & CO., Chicago, 111
WANTED TO RENT
j SIX or r.cven roum strictly modern
house, unfurnished, In good loca
5 lion Phono 212. tf
j WANTED- Furnished, about August
25, by lady and daughter, three or
four rooms with two beds, or small
Sa cottage well furnished; rent must be
reasonable; have own sowing ma
chine- with members of Firsl Baptist
JJj church preferred, best location; It
c suited will In.- permanent; state
rn' trnir Address Mrs O E. Bird. Box
W' 5S Colorado Springs. Colo
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FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND
FURNISHED or for sale nicely fur
nished eight-room modern house.
639 23rd. 8-2-1 mo
NICELY furnished 5 and 3 room apart
ments; ideal location, strictly mod
ern; no children. 2341 Adams avenue
7 31 lwk
NICELY Furnished rooms for gentle
man, suitable for two 2767 Grant
Phone M77. 7-31 vv k
TWO furnished rooms for housekeep
Ing Light, water, $12 2946 Childs
Phone 1857-W 7-30-1 wk i
FOL R-room modern housp, close in.
2881 Grant Phone 1091 -M 7-30-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas and
electric light 2370 Lincoln Avenue
TWO nlcelv lurnished rooms Phone
1570 AY 7-3ulwk
I PARTLY furniBhed four room apart
ment 442 Herrlck. Phone 1218-J.
BASEMENT under La Mode Milli
nery, 2438 Washington Phone
322-W. 7-29 lwk
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms,
strictly modern. 569 22nd St Phone
13S6R 7 28 1wk
ROOMS for light housekeeping; light,
bath and gas L'613 Washington.
THREE roomed modern flat, screened
porch; no children 2614 Lincoln
avenue. 7-28 lwk
TWO or three housekeeping rooms,
nicely furnished, gas, modern. No
I 2630 Adams, phone 1472-W.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 171 22nd St
THREE lieht housekeeping rooms
2334 Wall Ave. 7-22-ti
E i FINISHED housekeeping rooms.
2353 Monroe 7-17-lmo
BURNISHED rooms, single or en
suite 252G Adams
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas and
bath; also sleeping rooms. 427 li4th
FURNISHED flats. 2G34 Grant Ave.
FOR RENT Furnished new clean.
comfortablo housekeeping rooms, $2
week up. 536 31st St. 3-13-lyr
UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS
NLA I .". room house, 2669 Monroe
SIX, phone 1871-W 8-1 lwk
FOUR room modern house, one block
and a half from town 559 2!!rd St
Inquire 551 23rd. 8-1 lwk
TWO cottages for rent 2210, 2J14
Jackson avenue Inquire Swayer
Store at 1012 L'l'nd St. 7-3 lwk
FOl R-room house, '74n Vdams
3-ROOM house; 1 acre land; 27th
and Harrison Ap. citv water.
Bichsel, 2411 Washington Ave
3 OR 4 ROOMS, light, toilet, sink;
beautiful surroundings; no children,
2748 Jeff 7-24-lwk
PEERY Apartment; five-rooms. Ap
ply D. H. Peery Estate, phone 97.
TWO small rooms for light housekeep
ing or office, over I. L. Clark .fc
Sons Store. 7 3-tf
FIVE room house and barn. 1 acre.
1157 23rd St. 7-2 lmo
4-ROOM house, 2138 Jefferson Ae
Inquire Chrlstenson Shoe Store.
SIX room house, modem. soum-ea6t
corner 27th and Grant. Phone
2019 W. Apply 2634 Grant. 5-1-tl
4-ROOM flat, unfurnished Over Smith
Grocery. 26th and Wash Phone 2S4
RICH flats. 2465 Jeff. Phone 609.
COREY apartments, modern and rea-
Eonable. 2566 Washington ave.
5 24- If
BLACK satin bag. lined with lav?n
dor. between 25th and Washington
and 22nd and Adams. Return Stand
ard. Reward 7-30 lwk
(.OLD Elgin watch, O. H S. leather
lob. Return Standard, reward
HOTEL FOR SALE.
30 room hotel for sale; cheap rent
D0V; 25 ih St 7-12-1 mo
PRIZES OF THE BRITISH TURf
Statistics of British horse raring
lately published show that more than1
(2,600,000 was won in prizes In Great
Britain last year. These figures not'
only constitute a record but indicate
the steady growth of public Interest 1
in racing, for ' mammoth' prizets have!
almost ceased to exist, yet total wln
Twenty years ago some of the
stakes were worth more than 10,000
pounds but now It 1b proctically Im
possible for a horse to reach the
high earnings achieved by Isinglass
and Donovan, for the Eclipse stakes
is the onlj mammoth prize remaining,
and such races as' the Derby and St.
Leger are of little greater value than
they were two generations ago.
In the past thirty years more than
15,000,000 pounds has been won In
Great Britain In racing prizes, which
shows the greater amount of public
support that is now assisting the
owners and managers, derived from
gate money. It has been onlv within
recent years that the great bulk of
the spectators have not been admit
ted tree: formerly they contributed
little or nothing to either the rewards
or the expenses of the meeting.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
YALE motorcycle, 1912 model, in
good condition Call 898-W or
FURNITURE, cheap. 2313 Grant.
II- you want to buy a new motorcycle
any mako 1-4 down and balance
$10 to $12 per month, you should tele
phone 355 M.
Ifxl2 ROOM, frame, and plastered,
can be moved for $10, for sale
cheap Call and see at 255 Madison
New ton Burnham Co Phone 139.
2349i'2 Washington avenue. 7-31-tf
OXE new room 12 by 12 Inquire at
2032 Ballantjne avenue 7 31-lwk
TWO Standard bred colts. 3 and 4
years, one w-ll broke. Ada Brown
ing. Stop 15 Bingham Car Line
HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale. 3515
Ogden avenue 7-30-lwk
NICE driving mare, buggy, also 2 j
j ear-old relock colt Phone 2135 J. j
7 29 lwk
RUBBER tire runabout and single
harness. Phone 2352. or 1 7 - J
7 29 lwk
FOUR or " rooms with furniture:
good condition, cheap for cash. E.
Charlton. 3S0 25th St Phone 465.
ONE Indian Motorcycle, $75. Phone'
BLACKSMITH tools for sale. 54 1
Cross street. 7-15-lmo
ONE E. M. F 30 Auto. Inquire 3159
Wash Phone 1216-J. 7-25-lmo
. BEST grade of gravel for cement
work Phone 1442-J. 7-22-lmo
ROOMING house for sale, 28 rooms,
cheap rent. Address M, Standard
HORSE and sheep camp 1834 Wash
ington ave. 7 17 if
, PULLEYS, SHAFTING AND
Cheap for cash, owing .o a change
in our press room the following are
olfered for sale CaL be seen at the
36 feet of 2 3-16 Steel shafting
w.tb seven (7; 12 1-2 inca drop hung
ers. 1 32-Inch 6 1-2 face wood pullev
i 1 lS-incb 6 1-2 face wood pulley.
1 14-inch o 1-2 face steel pulley.
1 15-iucb 8 1-2 face steel pulley.
1 12-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley
1 17-inch C 1-2 face steel pulley.
1 24-lnch 6 1-2 face Btcel pulley.
These are all spilt pulleys and can
be used upon any size shafting
1 6-inch, 4-inch face, wood pulley.
1 12-inch, 5 1-2 inch face, wood 1 ul
ley. HIGHEST grade pianos, self players,
electric slot players, direct from
factory to your home, lowest possible
prices. Pantone, 274 Hudson. Phone
ELEGANT new iurnilure. mahogany
and oak at sacrifice 2549 Grant
KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson
Ave, be i. 2Grd and 21th Sis. Phone
FULL sized Ink barrels. $1.00 apiece
Inquire Eeniug Standard, 26'J 24th
Sr. Phone 56. 1-lS-tf
FARM TO TRADE
j FARM near town for house, cloie In.
C. D. IVES, 380 25th St. 1-15-1 r
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY adancod salaried people on
easy payments, no security, also
loans on Iurnilure, pianos, etc. Drake,
over Paine & Hurst.
ON farm or city proper! J . Any amount
Purdy, 217b asiiingtou. 6-11 n
! MONEY on first mortgage real es
tate loans. Kelly Ai iicrnck.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate;
$100 up, real estate conir.icis ana
mortgages bought and sold.
BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2411 Washington Ave, Room 11.
LOANS on Improved fan. or city
properly. HUNTER . KENNEDY,
42J 2Uh St., opposite court, house.
MOSE1 to loan on city and farm
property Any amount, no delay
Mathew s McCulloch Co., under First
: National Bank. Phone 301-W.
MONBH to loan on watches, dla
mouds, jewelry, firearms, etc. Un
cle Sam b Loan OHicc, cslablihcd
1SS6. The Money .Lenders ot Ogueu
27b 25th St. C. H. Smith, Prop
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J. J. Brummltt. 4.7 tf
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for building Bowers
In Sewer District No. 117, being Jef
Urson Avenue from 29th Street to
32ud Street, and 31st Street east
. rom Jefferson Avenue a distance of
330 feet, under plans and specifica
tions prepared by the City Euglueei
and approved by the Board ot Lit
Will be received at the office of the
City Engineer in the City Hall, at Og
! den City, Utah, until lu o'clock a m,
j on the 16th day of August. 113, a'
which tlmo all proposals received will
be publicly opened and read aloud.
Plana and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at the office
of the City Engineer after August 1st
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive auv defects
By order of the Board of Commissioners-.
H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer
First publication July 23, 1913.
I Last publication August 14, 1913
Two or more lines on this page for
3 cents pef line per week Fifty
cents is the smallest price per week.--
ROOMING house of 30 rooms cheap
rent 160 26th St. 7T2-lmo
THREE acres on 12th St. Apply to
owner Address Z. Standard S-2 2wk
FOUR room brick, large bac k screen
porch, large cement cellar, 150x50
feet. new. Call 524 7th St. after
p 111 Cash or terms. 1-wk
68 FEET by 8 rods on Hudson near
24th: 59 ft b 16 rds on Washing
ton near 21st; 100 by 8 rods on Wash
ington near 12th Inquire 2220 Lin
coln or phone 683-R. B. F. Shepherd
7 in lwk
AT big bargain ".-room modprn fur
Dished house; hest location In Og
dpi), furniture new; $3,250; terms.
222'; Jefferson. 7-28 lwk
A CONTRACT on Rushton'8 choicest
lots; also house or lot in desirable
railroad location; no agents Address
P O. Box 469. 7-26-lwk
LOT 45x153 fee', with 2-room house
Furnished lights, water, cellar in
house, $1000, No. 2837 Hudson Ave.
A 6-ROOM brick on bench, full base
ment, bath, electric lights and wa
ter. Half block to car line, close to
school. Let 66148 1-2. Must bs sold
quick. Will accept city lot as part I
pament and your own terms This;
i a mnnov m.-lkf-r and inrth hnlf
, more than our price, $1800. 00. Ma
) thew s-McCulloch Co., under Flr;t
, National Bank 7-8-tt
FINE lots; homes to
suit you. Easy terms.
R. C. McBride. Phone
I MANAGERS DO MORE
THAN GIVE ORDERS
The fan who believes that a base
ball manager's duty consists merely
In giving orders Is away off the track
That is only a small part of the ardu
ous tasks and one which causes the
smallest amount of worry
On nearly everj team there is B
jball player with a "temperament."
as it has In these enlightened days
come to be called. In the olden days
, it was referred to plainly and simph
las a "queer streak." hut b what-
I ever name it is known such players
are difficult to manage.
John McGraw has two or three
I such individuals on his New York
roster, notable among them being
1 Rube Marquard and Arthur Shafer
Charley Dooln has two In Earl Moor1
I and Sherwood Magec. John Evers has
at least one In Helnie Zimmerman.
HuglKy Jennings has his burden to
bear In dealing with Tyrus Raymond
It usuallv happens that the "tem
perament " does not show itself until
after the player has acquired more or
j le6s of a reputation following one or
two superlatively good seasons on the
diamond, for the very good reason
that an erratic outburst would not be
tolerated for a moment from a medi
Evers is haing the time of his life
I trying to keep Zimmerman within
I bounds Whether Zim or Evers i&
most to blame is an open question.
j but the fact remains mat .nerp it
1 iriction between them and that it is
not doing the I hicago team any good
McGraw had his troubles with Mar
quard before the season opened, but
the Rube appears to have settled
down now That Is well, for Shafer
has taken his place as the cut-up
kid. and McGraw is worried lest some
morning he will awake to find that
the coast lad has actually embarked
for the Pacific slope
Do the fans know the reason for
the outbreaks of these players? Well,
the hero worship given players is
largely responsible Some of these
fellows, possessing no prize-winning
I amount of gray matter, become rank
1 goti8tfl after the patrons of the sport
have fawned upon them for a few
months and imagine that they arc
greater than the club which employt-
j them They try to prove It by dis
regarding and dlsobeing orders, and
I then comes the showdown.
AFTER FOUR YEARS
Saratoga. N Y., Aug. 2 For Ihg
first time in four years the streets
of Saratoga were filled with theii
old time c rowd for the opening date
of the racing season
With hotels overcrowded and trains
bringing additional throngs to the vil
lage every hour, the attendance prom
ised to eclipse records. Every box
In the grandstand had been sold In
advance The track has been idle
The crowd was disappointed bj th.'
prospect that Whisk Broom II. the
oe worlds record smasher, would
take no part in the day's racing The
racer is reported to have goiu
tame recently and it is regarded as
Improbable that he will race again
thiB year Six horses were sched
uled to start In the Saratoga handi
cap. I BUal precautions have been taken
by the sheriff to prevent violation of
the anti-betting law He has assured
Governor Sulzer that the law will be
Grand Circuit Races
Grand Rapids. Mich, uk L' The
2:06 trot was expected to be the
most important event of today's Gruud
circuit racing program which was to
bring to local week's racing to .
close. The card was originally ached
uled for Friday, but was put off un
til todav when Thursdays races were
postponed by rain. Other races set
I for today w ere the 2 13 pace and
the 2:16 trot
U. S. VIGOROUS
Wasingtou, Aug. 2. Although the
ultra-violet rays may sterilize wa
ter in Europe, the vigorous bacteria
In American milk refuses to succumb
to their Influence. This discovery has
I Just been made by chemists of the
I department of agriculture who have!
! just concluded a series of experiment,
with the ravs In the hope of dlscov-
I . ring some' methods thai would In
sure complete sterilization of milk J
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice is hereby given bv the Board
of Commissioners of Ogden City, of;
the Intention of said Board to make1
the following described Improvements,;
to w it
To create the east side of Monroe
avenue from 21st to 22nd Streets and j
both sides of Monroe Aenue from I
22nd Street to 25th Street, as a curb
and gutter district, and to build there J
In concrete curbs and gutters of the
standard form, together with the nec
essary Intersections, grading and all
work pertaining thereto and to defray
the whole of the cost thereof, esti
mated at $3,500.00 by a local assess
ment upon the lots or pieces of ground
lying and being within the boundaries
of the following district, being' the
district to be benefited and affected
by said improvements, viz;
All the land lying between the out
er boundary lines of the above streets
and avenues where curbs and gutters
arc not now built and a line drawn B0
feet outward from and parallel to th3
said outer boundary lines
All protests and objections to the
carrying out of such intention must
be presented in writing to the City
Recorder on or before the 18th day
of August at 10 o'clock a. m , that
being the time set by said
Board of Commissioners when they
will hear and consider such objer-1
ti'o!is as may be made thereto at the
Mayors office at the City Hall. Og
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners of Ogden City, Utah
Dated this 25th dav'of July, 1913
A. G. FELL. Mayor.
H J CRAVEN, City Engineer
First publication, July 25th, 1913
Last publication, August 16, 1913
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalks In Slde
: walk District No. 120, being on the
west side of Jefferson avenue from
j I'Sth to 33rd Streets; and on both
I sides of 3l6t Street from Jefferson
I Avenue east a distance of 350 feet,
1 under plans and specifications pre
i pared by the City Engineer and ap
proved by the Board of Commission
ers, will be received at the office of
the City Engineer, In the City Hall,
Ogden, Utah, until 10 o'clock u. m , on
the 15th day of August, 1913
At which time all proposals receiv
ed will be publicly opened and read
aioud Flans and specifications can
be obtained upon application at the
office of the City Euglneer, after Au
gust 1. 1913.
The right Is reserved lo reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commisslon
H J CRAVEN, City Engineer. I
First publication July 23, 1013.
Last publication August 14. 1913.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of
Utah, In and for the County of We
ber. Pecrv Building Company, Plaintiff.
vb Utahna Theatre Company, and
John C'ort. Defendants
The State of Utah to the Said Do
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within ten das after service of
this Summons upon you. and defend
the above entitled action, and in ease
of your failure so to do, judgment
will be rendered against you accord
ing to the demand of the complaint,
which tias been filed with the ClOk
of said Court This action is brought
to recover a judgment against said
defendants In the sum of $2,300.00
rent due for the premises mentioned
in the complaint filed" therein, that
6aid damages may be trebled; to
gether with costs, and the sum jf
$250 00 for and as altorne fees, an 1
for the restitution of said premises
RICHARD & WILLIS.
P. O Address, 418 Firsl National
Bank Building, Ogden l tah.
The defendants are hereby required
to appear and defend the above entl
tied action within l(l days from tne
date of the service of this Summons
upon them, except. If publication of
Summons 16 necessary, the same shall
j be published for a period of not less
' than one week.
N. J HARRIS. Judge.
SHERIFF S SALE.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Utah,
in and for the County of Weber
John Green and Mary J Green,
plaintiffs, vs. William Wheeler. Jr.,
and Jane D. Wheeler, defendants.
To be sold at sheriff's sale on the
18th day of August. 1913, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the front door of the Weber
county court house, in Ogden City,
W eber county, Utah, to wit
A part of the southwest quarter of
section 12, in township 6 north of
rauge 2 west of the Salt Lake merid
ian, United States survey.
Beginning at a point west 30 6
cnslns, and north 2 degrees east 4.05
chains from the southeast corner of
said quarter section, and running
thence north 3 degrees 15 minutes
east 793 feet, thence south 68 degrees
20 minutes west 304 feet; thence
north 7S degrees 25 minutes west 175
feet, more or less, to a point due
north of a point 415 feet west from
the beginning, theuce south Tin feel
more or less, to a point 415 feet west
of the place of beginning ; then. ea
415 feet, to the place of beginning,
containing 6 8 acres
Also A part of the southwest quar
tor of section 12, same township and
range, beginning at a point 3 20
chains north and 26.76 chains north
89Va degrees west from the southeast
corner of said quarter section, run I
nlng thence north S9l degrees west
12 rods; thenco north 2 degrees ea I
4.'j3 chains, thence north 4', degrees
east 0 57 of a chain, thence south v.n.
degrees east to a point due north of
beginning; thence south 22 rods to the
beginning: containing 15 acres
together with all and singular th 1
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging, or In
auv wlsa appertaining, also all water
rights and shares of water belonging
to and used on said lands.
T A DeVINE,
Sheriff of Weber County, Utah.
By G. W . LEATHAM.
The scientists found that while the
rays were effecacious in disposing of
much of the bacteria, many of the
pathogenic, or disease-producing
In the course of the tests the de
partment chemists found It was im
possible to sterilize completely even
dirty milk bottles with the rays let
alone to accomplish sterilization of
the milk solids. Further Inqulrj as
to the means adopted b the Euro
pean scientists In the use of the
ravs probably will be made.
MASONIC Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, O. R S , regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
between 25th and 2Cth sts , the first
and third Fridays of each month So
journing memhers cordially Invited to
attend Fannie M Whittemore. W.
M.; Callle E. Cave. Secretary.
Unity Lodge No. IS. P. & A. M.
Masonic Temple. 2550 Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock Mcmber3 of
sister lodges and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. S. W.
Wherr,, W. M. Felix T Moore, Sec
Ladles of the Maccabees Silver hive
No. 1, L. O. T. M , meets every first
and third Thursday evenings at 8
o'clock, and every second and fourth
Thursday afternooi.3 at 2:30 o'clock.
In Eagles' hall, 2141 Hudson ave Vis
iting members cordially Invited to at
tend. Kathryn Eggleston, L. C, L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Silver Tent No 1. Maccabees of the
World; meet second and fourth Mon
day niphts at 8 o'clock p ra. All vis
iting Sir Knights cordially Invited
E A. Stephenaon, Commander. W.
B. Ogletree, Hecord Keeper
Queen City Rehekah Lodge No. 4.
I. O O. F , meets second and fourth
Fr'day evenings at Odd Fellows hall
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i3iuiiK uitfuiunrs luvueu, jjuia uuu-
man, N G ; Emma Meld. Recording
Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Visiting neighbors invited Duc3 can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M". D,
57-58 Lewis block. Eliza Bremer. G.
N.. 464 22nd St St Marie Crltes,
clerk. 2731 Monroe avenue.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Wednesday
nfehts of each month at 8 p m., at
the Odd Fellows hall Visiting neigh
bors invited Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna Rles-Flnle, M. D., room
21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Ora
cle. 2153 Harrison. Lillian Newton,
Recorder, 27th and Qulncy.
Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge
j No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
lug, every Monday evening. All K of
P's are requested to meet with us.
W H. Luddlngton. C. C; W. G. Kind.
M. of E ; W. L. Underwood, K. of R.
Order of Owls Ogden Nest No.
121S, Order of Owls, meets every
Frlda evening in their own hall (the
old Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock
siting Brother Owls are Invited to
Attend the- uest meetings. Fred Cal
lihan, President; J Oliver, Secretary,
2416 Washington aenue.
Woodmen of the World Weber
Camp No. 71 meets in K. of P. hall in
the Utah National bank building ev
erj Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
I isiting Woodmen cordiall lnuted
! to attend. D C. E. Ganske. C. C ; E.
Auih, Clerk. First National Bank
Modern Woodmen 01 America L'taa
camp No. 9990 meets every first and
third Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock at
K of P ball, Twentj fourth at. and
Washington ae. u-. lag members
Invited W. H. Draney, Consul. J
M. Shafer, Clerk.
Sego Lily Circle No. Hi meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p. m., iu 1. O. O. F. hall
isiting neighbors cordially invited
Mary E Blixt, G. N., 451 31st St. Kate
Heyman, Clerk, Bell phony ll'4 7-j
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie No 118, F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagles hall,
Hudson ave., at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles are Invited to attend
the aerlo meetings Club rooms open
at 11 a m. J. W. Griffin. V. Presi
dent E R. Geiger, secretary. Dr. C
E. W'ardlelgh. Aerie Physician.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
Ogden Homestead, No lot',", meets on
2nd and 4th Tuesday evenings at K.
P. hall, isitiug Archers are cordlall)
Invited to meet with us. Addle L. Wil
liam;, Foreman, 160 Twenty-first
street. J A. Junk, Correspondent.
32UJ Washington Ave.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT
ORS. Wasatch Division No. 124, t). R.
( .. meets seccud and lourth Friday
at 2 3U p. m., In K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and Twenty
fourth street. All brothers are cor
dially Invited to attend. C H. Pear
son. C C D L. Boyle. S. and T.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Sealed proposals for building sew
ers in Sewer District No. US, being
on 2 1th Street from Harrison to Polk
avenues, under plans and specifica
tions, prepared by m- c itj bngineer
and approved by the Board of City
W ill be received at the office of the
Cits Engineer in the City Hall at
Ogden City, Utah, until 10 o'clock
B m . on the 23rd day of August. 1913,
;il which time all proposals received
will be publicly opened and read
Plans and specifications can be ob
tained upon application at the office
of the City Engineer after August 11.
1 he right is reserved to reject any
or all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commission
ers H J CRAVEN, City Engineeer
First publication July 31. 1913
Last publication August 22, 1913.
CUP FOR JOHNSON.
Washington, Aug. 2. Walter John
son had a field day of his own today
at the American league park Thou
sands of fans jammed the stands to
see the; big pitcher receive a mam
moth loving cup filled vith raonev
contributed by his admirers Six
years ago today Johnson made his
debut In this city, pitching against De
troit, which he faced again today
President W ilson arranged his en
gagements to attend the game Local
municipal officials presented the cup
OGDEN BUSINESS I
Advertisements in this column jK5
cost 75c per line per month, pay- e3k.
able in advance. 'sir
ACCORDION PLAITING Mfr
DONE in all lengths. 2568 Cole's f3
Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. 1180-M. m$
LISTEN here! Madam Yogis, the RV
greatest farseer, aBtrologlst, palra B?r
and card reader Call and be con- K- '
vinced she Is the best. 132 1-2 25th fib :
fit. Newdale rooms. KTffi.
I LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye's M?-'
I Clothing Store. 2411 Wash. Ave, '15
! Phone 393.
B. T. HULANISKI. First National W
Bank Bldg. 12-11 tf
BILLIARDS AND POOL E '
! . Ifr? I
BAKER'S Billiard room. 2452 Grant iR'i-
Av e NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE I
BEST. We have the coziest cozy Bll- E' I
liard Room In Ogden. and all standard '
high grade; no cheap; four slate ta- K
bles at Baker's. jB
THE WORLD FAMOT'S BRUNS- I
WICK BALK 5x10 Billiard and fei
; Pool tables Well ventilated rooms. EV-
The Cozy, 32C 25th. .EX:
J. WILSON Book and loose leaf de- M"
vice manufacturer. Upstairs, 2465 ' I
Wash Ave. Phone S50. 12 30-lmo ft
F. J. FREENOR, D. C. G.
j No drugs, surgery or osteopathy; trv g
I chiropratic (spinal adjustments ) P
2411 Washington avenue. Room 14. B
j Phone 311. 6-7 tf I,
i CARPET CLEANING f
i K VAN KAMPEN Phone 833 for up- f,
holsterlng, mattress making, re- It
j stretching of bed springs IL;
HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm- It
med Ogden Hat Works, 221 1-2 L
1 25th St 6-13-tf f
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have If.
any kind of junk, phone us up. We If-
j will call for it Tel. 210. k
PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting. IK1"
, J Den Harthog Phone 571 R l
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I
DR A. FERNLUND, Physician aud I
Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m. 1
i Now Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave Phone V,
1 1900 W'. Residence phone 2129-W7. C45 I
Washington avenue. 6-11-tf f
NOTARY PUBLIC .
C. D IVES, 3S0 Twenty-fifth St. f
219 25th Street.
Fine Art Photography. fi
Come and have a sitting.
WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good
work. 2465 Wash, Ave Phone S50.
SANITARY WORK j
IyOUR garbage hauled regular. San- j
ltary can furnished free Sanitary ,
j Garbage Co. Phone C20.
!CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co..
272S Grant. Bell phone 2018-W. j
SECOND-HAND GOODS f
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture.
clo'.bing and shoes, bought, sold or
exchanged; also trunks and suitcases I-
cheap A Siner, Phone 1821. 179 1 3 '
Twenty fifth St. 6 13-lyr
MRS. LEE Hair work, 2345 Grant.
TRUNKS REPAIRED j
j GALLACHER repairs trunks.
L'oth Bt 6-25-lmo. J
ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and
called for. Electric Service Cu ,
Phone S8 Up 24th St.
GOOD EXPERIENCE j
FOR EDUCATORS j
Washington. Aug 2 For the pur
pose of profiting by the experience
of foreign experts in education and I
school organization, the United
States bureau of education toda Is
sued a statement setting forth the
advice in modern educational mcth- j
ods In foreign countries. The state
ment which has been printed is in
tended for free distribution to schools
'and to other educational Institutions.
The treaties pay especlallt attention
to the subject of vocational training. .
The vocational schools is Germany.
Austria, Switzerland. Norway and
Other European countries are de
scribed and their systems, the bureau
declares, "should aid materially In
solving the vocational problem in the
Practically every civilized nation
is considered to some extent In the
bureau's report " says the announce
ment "Among spchl topics con-
sidcred are health work In the schools I
of Great Britain, schools In Denmark,
th teachers' syndicates In France,
education for citizenship In Germany, (
instruction for emigrants In Italy,
Russia's efforts for rural uplift and
the partial adoption in New South
Wales ol i he educational program of
the labor part." I