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' HE OGDEN STANDARD. iDGDENJCITAH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1913. 3 1
a READ THIS t ADVERTISING PRICES Want advertisements cost on cent V per word each Issue, or 5 cents per fa line of five words por day, no first Insertion less than 25 cents, or two or more ilnes per week at ths rats of 25 cents per line per week, or 75 cents per line per month. Remember five average words make a line. AM advertisements on this page must be paid In advance. No exception to this k rule- WANTED FEMALE HELP. 14 GIRL for alteration In suit DepL Horrocks Bros, 2427 Wash 9-2-lwk EXPERIENCED clerk at 2341 WaBh. 9-2-lt FOR housework in Email family. 618 27th Phone 107S-W. 9-2-tf j A GOOD gtrl can get good wages at K 2341 Adams 9-1-lwk (FRUIT pickers and packers at once. Applv Oeden Fruitgrowers Assn. Phone '510. 9-1-lwk GIRL for general housework Apply 2621 Madison are. 8-30-lwk I YOUNG lady to take care of children 1914 Lincoln. 8-29-lwk 1GIRL for housework 657 25th at 8-6-3t WANTED MALE HELP. SHOEMAKER wanted. Steady Job to right man Goodyear Shoe Re pair Co.. 364 24th. 9-2-tf H UTAH-Idaho Employment Associa- t!nn Phone 1246. 131 25th St t Three much carpcnters; 45 cents m hour, Nevada. "Woman housekeeper. country BOY at Horrocks Bros Store to work all day, 2427 Wash. Ave. 9-2-lwk YOUNG man of good address to so i licit Ogden and Weber county, good proposition to right part. H D Standard MM I f WANTED A good canvasser to sell real oil paintings, made by hand, good commission Address Oil Palnt- ings. care the Ogden Standard; good M ! references required 7-11 4t fl F SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED By reliable woman wash lng to do at home for private homes or school teachers Phone 2125-M 8-30-lwk WANTED A position as housekeeper by young woman with child of 6; widower's home preferred. B L.. care Standard S-29-lwk a MAN and wife want employment for chamber work Address 551 23rd et. 8-28-lwk QUIET, respectable home for con finement and non-contagious sick cases Mrs. Dalton, 473 31st St. Phone 1221-W. 8-21-lmo WANTED MISCELLANEOUS WANTED Clean, wnito old rags, at the Standard office. Phono 56. 360 24th L BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ill GET in line for a good position Cen li tral Business College offers special inducements to first 25 to enroll. Op posite the P O 8-26-tf MEISELBACH'S Private Business College. 2666 Adams, i6 personally conducted by an experienced Mer chant and competent teacher Enroll for the new course. 8-22-lmo DRESSMAKING. A GIRL 16 years of age want6 a place as apprentice for up-to-date dress making. Address 932 21st st S.30 3t I ASTROLOGIST. m LISTEN here! Madam Yogis, the greatest farseer, astrologlst, palm and card reader. Call and be con vinced she is the beBt. 132 1-2 25th (0j st Newdale rooms LOST. 1 ' WALLET between 16th street and V Five Points on Washington avenue, a black wallet printed Kansas City I, Life Ins Co.. on inside of wallet. Re 1 1 1 ward Windsor Hotel, 105 25th SL 9-2-3t SPECIAL policeman's badge In Lester.' park Return to Police Station 1 8-28-lwk RING with moonstone setting, be tween 23rd and Monroe and Union depot Return to Standard, reward 8-27-1 wk A MESH bag containing $1 50. Re turn to Standard Reward ?-27-lwk I LOST Between Marion hotel and 621 23rd street, bird paradise plume Re turn Mrs David Matson, 521 23rd Re: ward. 8 25-if LJ FARM TO TRADE FARM near town for house, close in. C. D IVES. 380 25th St. 1-15-lyr ru I , , Stanford University. Cal.. Sept 2 h1 ! Notification has been received by Professor Lillian J Martin of the Stanford faculty that the honorary degTe of doctor of philosophy has been conferred upon her by the Uni versity of Boon. Germany. The do ll;' gree, the highest given by a Ger man university, was in recognition of I ; I Professor Martin's experiments in psychology aud aesthetics. It is said to bo the first degree conferred by the. Benn university upon an Amer " 1 lean psychologibt. oo 0.1 k Next thing you know somebody in 1 Nfiw York'll up and prove that An thony Corns toe k secretly painted "September Morn.' Human nature Am in Governor Sulzer's state simply will not do to depend upon Louisville . Courier-Journal. FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE8, ROOMS AND APARTMENTS. NICELY furnished 6-room apartment strictly modern; ideal location; no children. 2341 Adams avenue. 8- 28-lwk ROOMS for light housekeeping; llghr, gas and bath. 2613 Wash 9-2-lwk FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, strictly modern. 669 22nd St 9- 2-lwk 3 ROOMS, pantry, shanty, light, wa ter, $10. 2248 Monroe avenue. 9-2-lwk THREE furnished rooms for house keeping, 2137 Grant. 9-7-lwk LIGHT housekeeping room and alcove everything furnished, room cared for. Phone 484-R. 9-l-3t FURNISHED rooms for housekeep ing. 2630 Adams. S-28-wk THREE elegant furnished rooms for light housekeeping, close in. cheap. J. J Brummltt, Phone 59. TWO furnished housekeeping rooms, close In No. 2717 Washington ave nue, or inquire 35ft 25th st 8 25-lwk FURNISHED rooms. 2746 Adams 8-30 lmo FURNISHED flat in Spencer Terrace Inquire Arlington Hotel. 8 28-lwk SIX-room modern furnished house. large barn, all In good condition. 2035 Adams. Phone 1677-R. 8 28-13 THREEroomed house, one block frcrsi car line, cheap if taken at once. 886 12th. Phone 900-W. 8-28 lmo DOUBLE parlors and bath and clothes closet, nicely furnishe-1 2456 Madison. S-27-lwk TWO furnished or unfurnlshea rooms. Vt blocks from High school. 253'i Gramercy 8 27-lwk THREE furnished housekeeping rooms. Call evenings or Saturdays 2846 Hudson avenue. 8-26-2wk 5-ROOM modern cottage Best loca tion Phone 482 2624 Jefferson 8-21 -2wk5 FOR rent or for sale, nice'., furnished eight room modern house. 639 23rd 8-13-2wk FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave. 4-16-lr i POR RENT Furnished, new, clean. comfortable housekeeping rooms. $2 ! week up 536 31st St. 3-13-lyr FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND APARTMENTS. 8-ROOM modern brick house close in. Phone 2031-W. 9-2-lwk FIYE-room modern house. Including gas . 569 24th St.Inquire Horrock's Bros. 9-2-lwk 6-ROOM modern house, 2663 Quincy Inquire 2218 Adams. 9-1-lwk A MODERN 7 -room brick house. large basement, an abundance of shade and fruit tree6. good neighbor hood $26 J. J Brummltt, Under Utah Natl Bank, ONE two-room house, with clothej closet and pantry $5 per month Call at 653 27th st Phone 967 8-30-1 wk FOUR rooms, lights, water, lawn, shade, 3 blocks from Reed hotrsl Purd. 2478 Washington Phone 485-J. 8-28-lwk A CHICKEN ranch, consisting of 5 room house, one acre of land, largo trees, plenty of water, well located close in, only 510 per month. J. J. Brummltt, Phone 59. THREE rooms, 16.60, close in, water lights; can partly furnish. 2155 Ad ams 8-28 lwk A MODERN 8-room house with base ment, grate, trees, garage, on 24th st. $22 5ft J J Brummltt, Under Utah Nat 1 Bank. FOUR-room. $12, 6-room $15; elope in, water, lights 2155 Adams 8-28-lwk MODERN 5 room house. 2361 Madi son, $20 a month Phone S28-J 8-28-1 wk SEVEN-room onck. modern house, basement Apply 2026 Jefferson Phone 2380 8-25-tf ON or after September 1 8-room mod ern brick house on Reeves avenue Rent. $20 per month. Inquire 128 25th 6t. .The Blsmark. 8-14 tf 3- ROOM house, 1 aero land; 27th and Harrison Ave; city water. Bicbsel, 2411 Washington Ave. 7-26-a 4- ROOM flat, unfurnished Over Smith Grocery. 26th and Wash. Phone 284 . , COREY apartments, modern and rea sonable 2566 Washington avo. 6-24-U FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS , STORE for rent. 620 24th St S-26-tl STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable Inquire A. G. Fell. Mayor's oftice SPECIAL police badge in Lester park Return Police Station 8-28-lwk STORE room 2238 Washington; 2 story, full basement, 100 feet deep. Rent reasonable. Inquire A. G, Fell, Mayor's office. BOARD AND ROOM ROOM and board for two teachers 2671 Monroe. 9-2-lwk HOME cooking, large pleasant out Bide rooms and bath, 447 21st St. Rates to teachers. 9-2-lwk Eggs that have been in litigation for three years have been put on sale with the declaration of the New Jer sey board of health that they are at least not poisonous Litigation may preserve eggs, but it spoils nearly everything else. Pittsburgh Dispatch, JTUB SALE MISCELLANEOUS. A TICKET to Omaha, Neb., from Salt Lake or Ogden over U P Can be used any time till Oct, 31. Inquire of 2313, Care Standard. 9-1-lwk TWO-CYLINDER Indian motorcycle, 1913 model. 517 22nd. TeL 1386-M. 8-30-lwk ROLLER top deak; good as new; rea sonable Inquire at 2357 Grant Aw 8-2S-lwk YOUNG, handsome driving mare. rubber tired buggy, $160.00. A bar gain. Call 73 24th SL 8-28-lwk GENT'S wheel, good condition. 2651 Lafayette avenue. Leaving city 8-28-lwk GRAVEL bed. firat class gravel and sand; close in. Phone 1490-M. 8-14-lmo THE COW MARKET Corner 7th and Wash. We but and sell all kinds of milch cows on approval. Also in carload lots Phone 2129-R. 8-18-tf YALE motorcycle, 1912 model. In pood condition Call 898-W or 1298-J 7-19 tf PULLEYS, SHAFTING AND HANGERS Cheap for cash, owing to a change fn our press room the following are offered for sale. Can be seen at the i Standard office. 36 feat of 2 3-16 Steol shaitlng with 6evon (7) 12 1-2 inch drop hang ers. 1 32-lnch 6 1-2 face wood pulley. 1 18-lnch 6 1-2 face wood pulley. 1 14-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley. 1 15-lnch 8 1-2 face steel pulley. 1 12-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley 1 17-inch 6 1-2 face steel pulley 1 24-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley These are all split pulleys and can be used upon any size shafting. 1 0-lncb, 4-lnch face, wood pulley. 1 12-lnch, 5 1-2 inch face, wood I ill-ley- KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson Av., bet. 23rd and 24th Sis. Phone 617-J. 12-2-tf FULL sized ink barrels. $1.00 apleca. Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24th Bu Phona 66. i-18-tf MONEY TO LOAN MONEY adanced salaried people on easy payments, no security, also loans on furniture, pianos, etc, Drake, over Paine & Hurst. ON farm or city propertN . Any amount Purd, 2478 Washington. 6-11-tl MONEY on first mortgage real es tate loans. Kelly & Herrick. 3-15-tf MONEY TO LOAN on real estate, $100 up; real estate contracts and mortgages bought and sold. BICHSEL INVESTMENT CO. 2411 Washington Ave . Room 11. LOANS on improed fari . or city property. HUNTER KENNEDY, 423 24th St., opposite cour: house. 6-12-tf MONEY' to loan on city and farm propertj. Any amount, no delay Mathews-McCulloch Co., under First National Bank. Phone 301-W. MONEY to loan on watches, dia monds, Jewelry, firearms, etc. Un cle Sam's Loan Office, established L8S5. The Money Lenders of Ogden 278 2oth SL C. H. Smith, Prop. y-4-lyr MONEY' to loan on real estate secur ity. J. J. Brummitt. 4-27-tf LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is hereby given by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of the intention of said Board to make the following described im provements, to wit: To create both sides of Ogden Ave nue between 7th and 8th Streets tor a distance of 396 feet; and on Second Street west from Washington Avenue beginning at a point on the south side of Second Street 344.4 feet west of Washington Avenue, thence ea6t to Washington Avenue and on the north side of the street from Washington to Wall Avenue as a sidewalk dis trict, and to construct therein a con crete walk four feet wide and four inches in thickness, with the neces sary Intersections together with the necessary grading therefor, and to defray the whole of the co6t thereof, estimated at $1200.00, by a local as sessment upon the lot6 or pieces of ; ground lying and being within the following district, being the district to be benefited or affected by said improvements, viz. All the land lying between the out er boundary lines of said street and avenue, and a line drawn 50 feet out ward from and parallel to the 6aid outer boundary lines. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such intention must I be presented In writing to the City Recorder on or before the 12th day of September, 1913. at 10 o'clock a m.. that being the time set by said Board of Commissioners when they j will hear and consider such objec tions as may be made thereto, at th mayor's office, at the City Hall, Og den City, Utah. By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Ogden City. Utah Dated this 18th day of August, 1913. H. J CRAVEN. City Engineer First publication August 20, 1913. Last publication September 11, 1913. NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW. A G. Fell. T. Samuel Browning and Joseph C Nye. Commissioners of Og den City. Utah, sitting as a Board of Equalization and Review of the spe cial and local taxes to be levied and assessed by ordinance upon property abutting both sides of Brinker aven ue from L' t h to 26th Streets; 20th Street from Washington to Wall Av enues and Wall Avenue from 20th to 21st Streets, known as Sewer District No. 116. hereby give notice that list ! of property in said district to be tax ed has been completed and they will meet at the mayor's office In the Clti Hall. Ogden City, Utah, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 6 o'clock p m , for five con secutive day, commencing September 2. 1913. to and Including September 6 1913, and will remain in session on each of these days during said houra for the purpose of hearing any person YOUR OPPORTUNITY is here to purchase some Real Estate that is from 30 to 50 per cent below actual value. A 5-room Modern Press Brick House, 1 located close in, for $1850.00, on easv pay ments. 6-room Frame House, pantry and closets, nice shady lot; will sell for $1400.00, $100.00 down and $20.00 per month. Vacant Lots on 22nd St., between Monroe and Quiricy Avenue; will sell on easy pay ments. Also vacant Lots in Any part' of the city to suit you. We will build you a home to suit you on easy payments in any part of the city, we also have several places to trade if so desired. We are building an up-to-date Modern Press Brick House with all modern improve ments, large sleeping porch, on Quincy be tween 26th and 27th Streets; we will sell for $2750.00 on small monthly payments. See us before you buy. l CARL C. RASMUSS0N Phone 115. 350 24th Street I feeling aggrieved, and to make correc tion of any tax deemed unpqual or un Just, and during the sitting of said board said lists of property and the raxe6 proposed shall then and there be open to public inspection. By or rier of the Board A. G. FELL. Mayor. First publication August 30, 1913 Last publication September 5, 1913 PLANS FOR BRIDGE OVER THE POTOMAC Washington, Sept. 2 Flans for a $4,000,000 bridge that would link the capital with Virginia, it was an-, nounced today, were being considered! bv the house commerce committee The difficulty facing the committee at present is said to be the selection Of the .site for the Virginia terminus of the structure It is proposed to make th bridge the structure that will stand for centuries and will ad mit of the passage of such shipping as uses the upper Potomac river. Un der the tentative plans, the bridge would have eighty fet of clearance from thp river's surface, thug doing away with the necessity of draws The details are being worked out by a sub-commlttHj' and a report Is ex pected in the Immediate future FOR SALE REAL ESTATE DAILY REDUCTION SALE. For a limited period I will reduc? the sale price on m live room brick modern home at 3"51 Grant avenue $15 everv day. Sale price August 27, $2600 If interested get busy, take option to mature at some deferred date when If the house Is still unsold on that date, your option payment will apply on purchase price and if sold before that date option monej will he re funded You can get an option by paying $1 per day from taking of op tion until deferred date. Terms part cash, balance on time. Illustration. Selling price will bo $2420 on September 8. Option to buy on thi6 day costs $12 If home is sold before our money will be re funded. If not. you have first chance to bu on $2420 day. Do not delay. Go and see the home and arrange for your option at our ot flee, 420 24th St. S-27 tf WE HAVE absolutely the best bar gains In improved farm land to be found anywhere near Ogden. Twcnt -five acres at $9 per. Just outside city limits. Hunter & Kennedy, 423 24th st s-i-et AN ELEGANT modem 5-room bung alow, bath, toilet, stationary lava tory, trees, near school, near depot, only $2,100, small payment down, balance same as paying rent J. J i Brummltt, Phone 59. I A GOOD 4-room cottage with city water and electric light, well locat i ed near depot, only $1,400, any kind 1 ot terms. J J. Brummltt. Under Utah ; Nat l Bank. ; THREE choice lots, two modern 5 room cottages. 8-room modern resi dence, all located on Bench, close in. See Dr Frelday. over Utahna Drug. 8-20-1 mo I FINE store, good new stock Owner leading town. Eos terms Phou-"! 1427. I STORE Fine cement basement; new stock delivery outfit; cheap. Phone 11427. ' 8-21-" . . ROOMING house of 50 rooms, cheap renL 160 1-2 25th SL 8-12-lmo 66 FEET by 8 rods .on Hudson near 24th. 59 ft- by 16 rds on Washing ton near 21st, 100 by 8 nxis on Wash ington near 12th. Inquire 2220 Lin coln or phone 683-R. B. F. Shepherd 8-G-lwk i A 6-ROOM brick on bench, full base ment bath, electric lights aud wa- 1 ter Halt block to car line, close to school Lot 66x148 1-2 Must be sold ' quick Will accept city lot as part i payment and your own terms. This1 is a money maker and worth half more than our price, SlSoO.00. M ihews-McCulloch Co.. under First National Bank. AN ELEGANT lot 50x115 feet with in two blocks of Utah National Bank only $1,200. Any kind of terms.' how rate of Interest. J. J. Brummitt., under Utah Nt t Bank. GOOD home, greatest bargain in Og den. Owner leaving town Phon 1427. ONE of the greatest snaps In the city, an elegant 7-room modern bunga lcw, with large basement, screen porch, large lot, well located on the bench In good neighborhood. This property is well worth from four to five thousand dollars, for only $3,000 $500 down, balance same as paying rent, low rate of Interest. J. J. Brum mitt, Phone 59. AN ELEGANT 5-room bungalow, lo cated near Sacred Heart academy, large basement, screened porch and large loL for only $2,700. $300 down balance same as paying rent, low rate of interest. J J. Brummltt, Un der Utah Nat'l Bank ONE of the finest lots on the bench, 176 feet deep to twenty foot allev, located near Farr school building $100, $10 down, $5 per month. J J Brummltt, Phone 59. A NICE, sightly lot on 23rd street, 50x135 feet to alley, city water In front of lot. Only $200, $10 down, $10 per month J. J. Brummitt, und?r Utah Nat l Bank AN ELEGANT lot on Harrison, be tween 27th and 28th streets, over looking the city, within one block of land that Is selling at $15 per front foot I will sell this for a short time at $10 per front foot on an kind of terms. J. J. Brummltt, Phone 59. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals for furnishing ma terlals and doing the work of building concrete curbs and gutters in curb and gutter district No. 109. being on the east side ot Monroe avenue from 2l8t to 22nd streets and on both sides of Monroe avenue from 22nd to 25th streets, where curbs and gutters are not now built, under plans and speci fications prepared by the City Egi neer and approved by the City Board of Commissioners, will be received at the office of the City Engineer in th.4 City Hall at Ogden City, aforesaid, until 10 o clock a. m , on the 17tn day of September. A D 1913. at which time all proposals received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Plans and specifications can be ob tained upon application at the offlct of the City Engineer in the City Hall after September 9, 1913 The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, and to waive any defects By order of the Board of Commis sioners H J CRAVEN, City Engineer First day of publication. August 25, 1913. Last day of publication, September 16, 1913 NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is hereby given b the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, of tbe intention of said board to mak the following described Improve ments, to-wlt: To la out, establish and open a public streeL to be named Dozey ave nue, east and west through block plat "A, Ogden City survey, said street to be 66 feet wide, being 33 tet. north and 33 feet south of the lot ilne between lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5. 6, 7. 8, 9 and 10. block 6. plat "A ', Ogden Cltj survey, tbe whole distance be tween Lincoln and Wall avenues and to defra the whole of the cost there of, estimated at $3,500,000 by a local assessment upon the lots or pieces of ground lying and being within the lollowing district, bolng the district to be benefited and affected by said improvement, viz All the land lying betweep the out er boundary lines of said avenue when opened as proposed, and a line drawn 5u feet outward from and par allel to the said outer boundary' 1 nrs, being part of lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 6, plat "A," Ogden City survey All protests and objections to the carrying out of such Intention must be presented in writing to the city re corder on or before the Mh day of September, 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m., that being the time set by the board of commissioners when they vm) hear and consider such objections as may be made thereto, a' the mayor's of fice at the City Hall, Ogden City, Utah. By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Ogden City. Utah. Dated this 14th day of August, 1913. A G FELL Mavor. H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer. First publication August 14. 1913. Last publication September 5, 1913. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES MASONIC Queen Esther chapter NTo. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held at Masonic hall on Washington ave. DStween 25th and 26th sts . the first I and third Fridays of each month So journing members cordially invited to attend Fannie M. Whlttemore. W, M.; Calllo E Cave, Secretary Unity Lodg No. 18 F. & A M.. Masonic Temple. 2550 Washington avenue Meetings every Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Members of sister lodges and sojourning brethren cordially invited to attend S W. When-, W. M. Felix T. Moore, Sec retary Ladlpg of the Maccabees, Stiver hive No. 1. L. O T. M.. meets every first and third Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock, and every second and fourth Thursda afternoons at 2:30 o'clock In Eagles" hall, 2441 Hudson ave. Vis iting members cordially invited to at tend Katbryn Egsleston, L. C. L. Jennie Prout, R. K. Silver Tent No. 1. Maccabees of the World; meet second and fourth Mom day nights at 8 o'clock. p m. All vis iting Sir Knights cordially invited E A. Stephenson, Commander. W. B. Ogletree, r.ecord Keeper. Queen City Rebekah Lodge No, 4. I O O. F., meets second and fourtn Visiting members invited Nona Har-1 rlngton, N G. ; Emma Meld. Record ing Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street. Women of Woodcraft Ogden Ctr cle No 581 meets every Wednesday i night at 7-30 o'clock. K. of P. hall. Visiting neighbors invited. Dues can be paid to Dr Alice M. Ridge. M D., 57-58 Lewis block Ellra Bremer. G. N., 464 22nd St. SL Marie Crites. clerk. 2731 Monroe avenue. KnlghU of Pythias Osden lodge No 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at Castle hall. Utah National bank build lng, every Monday evening. All K. of P's aro requested to meet with us. W H. Luddington. C. C; W. G. Kind. M. of E , W. L. Underwood. K. of R. and S. Royal Neighbors of America Meets every second and fourth Monday niehts of each months at 8 p m , at the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity building. Visiting neighbors Invited Dues can be paid to Mrs. Anna Rles Finley. M D, room 21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Oracle, 2453 Harrison Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and Quincy Order of Owls Ogden Neat No, I 1218, Order of Owls, meets every Friday evening in their own hall (the ( old Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock Visiting Brother Owli are invited to attend the nest meetings. Fred Cal llhan, President; J Oliver, Secretary, 2416 Washington avenue. , Woodmen of the World Weber Camp No. 74 meets In K of P. hall in the Utah National bank building ev ery Thursday evening at S o'clock i6itlng Woodmen cordially invited to attend. D C E. Ganske. C C ; E. Auth. Clerk, First National Bank Building. Modern Woodmen oi America Utah 1 camp No. 9990 meets very fim and 1 third Tuesda evenings at 8 o'clock at j K of P hall. Twent -fourth it. and i Wasnington ave. Visiting members M. Shatcr. Clerk. Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets ev ery second and fourth Thursday mghts a & p. m., In L O. O. F. hall. Visiting neighbors cordial!) invited. Mar E. Bllxt, G N , 451 21st St Kato Heyman, Clerk. Bell phone 1247 J. Brotherhood of American Yeomen Ogden Homestead, No. 15o5, meela on first and third Thursday evenings in new L O. O. F. hall, Fraternity build ing, Washington avenue. Visiting 1 Archers are cordially invited to meet with us. Addle L Williams, Fore man. 180 Twenty-first street, J A Junk. Correspondent, 3202 Washing- I ton avenue. Fraternal urder ui .Eagies Ugden Aerie No 118. P O. E , mecro sverj Wednesday evening at Eagles hall, Hudbon ave., at 8 o'clock. Visiting brother Eagles aro invited to attena the acne meetings. Club rooino upea at 11 a. m. J to . Griffin to" Pral aent. E. K. Gclger, secretary. Dr C E Wardlcigh. Aerie Physician. OKU'.rv UK rlAiLWAY CONDUCT ORs. W i6atcu Division No. 124. O. R. C., fleets secoua and lounu b'riday at p. m , in K. of P. Mail, corner Washington aveuub anu Twenty to rin street. Ail brotners are cor ui Uy invited to attend. t H Pear i, L C u L. tioyie, S anu T. NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is hereby given oy the board if commissioners ot Ogden City, L'tab. oi the intention of saiu board to make the following uesenbed improvement, to-wlt . To create Hudson avenue from 22nd to 24th streets; and Lincoln Avenue from lVth and 20th streets as a sewer district, and to construct therein a pipe sewer together with the neces sary manholes, and connect all with the manholes of the present sewer system, and to defray the whole of the cost tnereot, estimated at $i.lt uu by a local assessment on the lots or pieces of ground lying and being witn in the following district, being tbe district to be benefited or affected by said improvements, viz.: All the land lying between the outer boundary lines of said avenues and a line drawn 132 feet outward from and parallel to the said outer boundary lines. All protests and objections to tbe carrying out of such intention must be presented in writing to the city re corder on or before the 4th day of September, 1913. at 10 o'clock a m. that being the time set by said board of commissioners when they will hear and consider such objections as may be madi- thereto, at the mayors of fice, at the City Hall. Ogden City. Utah. By order of the board of commis sioners of Ogden City. Utah. Dated this 12th day of August. 1913 H J CRAVEN. City Engineer. First publication August 12. 1913. Last publication September 3, 1913. OGDENBlSINESSl ill DIRECTORY I Advertisements in this column cost 75c per line per month, pay- ! able in advance. ACCORDION PLAITING 1 DONE in all lengths. 2568 Cole' Opart, rear 210 26th SL Tel, 1180-M. ATTORNEYS ! LAWYER O'CONNOLLY. (over Nye's Clothing Store. 2411 Wash. Ave. Phono 393. E. T HULANISKI. First National Bank Bldg 12-11-tf BILLIARDS AND POOL . BAKER'S Billiard room, 2462 Grant 1 Ave NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE BEST. W have the coziest cozy Bil- Hard Room in Ogden and all standard high grade; no cheap, four slate ta- II hies at Baker's. 1 BOOKBINDING J. WILSON Book and loose leal de vice manufacturer Upstairs. 2465 Wash. Ave. Phone S50. 12 30-lmo CHIROPRACTOR F. J. FREENOR. D. C. ft Graduate Chiropractor. No drug?, surgery or osteopathy: try j chirr.pratlc (spinal adjustments.) 2411 Washington avenue. Room 14. Phone 311. 6-7-tf CARPET CLEANING K. VAN KAMPEN Phone 883 for up holstering, mattress making, re stretching of bed springs. HATS CLEANED HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm med Ogden Hat Worka, 221 1-2 25th SL 8-13-tt JUNK OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you haT any kind of junk, phone us up. We will call for It. TeL 210. PAINTING, PAPERHANGING PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting. I J. Den Harthog. Phone 571-R, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I DR. A. FERNLUND, Physician and Surgeon. Office hours il to 4 p. m. New Peery Bldg , Hudson Are. Phone 1900-W. Residence phone 2L29-W. 645 Washington avenue. 6-11-tf NOTARY PUBLIC C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St. PHOTOGRAPHY CRAWSHAW STUDIO 219 25th StreeL Fine Art Photography. j h Come and have a sitting. PRINTING I WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good work, 2465 Wash. Ave. Phone 850. 12-30 lmo SANITARY WORK ' : : : I i YOUR garbage naufed regular. San itary can lurnished free. Sanitary Garbage Co. Phone 02u. CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty fc Co., j 2728 Grant. Bell phone 201S-W. J SECOND-HAND GOODS 1 NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture, ' clothing and shoes, bought, sold or exchanged; also trunks and suitcases Lheap. A Smer. Phone 1321. 179 1-2 Twenty-fifth st. 6-13-lyr TRUNKS REPAIRED GALLACHEK repairs trunks. 350 26th St 6-25-lmo. VACUUM CLEANERS '' ONE DOLLAR per day. delivered and called lor. Electric Service Co., ' Phone 8S. Lp 24th St. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealeu proposals will be received at the onlce ot the City Engineer, in the City Hall. Ugden City, Utah, up to and including &aturday, September j, iy 13, at lu o clock a. m., at which time said bids will be publicly opened 1 and read aloud, for furnishing ma terials and doing the work of paving with 3 inches oi asphalt on a 6-inch concrete baBe, and to extend private sewer connections from the line of the present scer to the curb line of said street, together with all the necessary grading therefor, of Fowler avenue, i irom -'oth to 2bth streets To be hereafter known as paving ' district No llu. All work to be done I under plans and specifications pre I pared by the City Engineer and ap- proved by the Board of Commission- J Plans, specifications and full infor ; mation can be had upon application to the City Engineer after August 25, The right is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive any defects. By order of the Board of Commis sioners. 4 i n H J CRAVEN, City Engineer, First publication August 14, 1913. Last publication September 5. 1913 fj J Classified advertisements on this J page cost one cent per word, each In- f ecrtion But no first insertion can 1 W lss than 25 cents. Or you can run the classified advertisement for I ' 5 cents per line per week, but no weekl advertisement can be less than , kl 50 cents. k jjk SEEKS TO AVENGE. 3 Price, Sept. 1. A cousin of John p JjH Hoggas! the Greek who was assaulted M OM and robbed at Sunii.vside Wednesday, 11 and who later died at a Salt Lake M hospital, was caught prowliug aroufid . , i the Jail today. He had an automatic ! fl revolved in his hand and avowed his , f WwM intention to kill the man who had ( J killed his cousin, if he could catch ! wM sight of him through the Jail win- f dows He was disarmed and allowed j to go upoD promise of good behavior.