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ADVERTISING PRICES Want advertisements cobi one cent per word each Issue, or 5 cents per line of five word per day, no first insertion less than 25 cents, or two or more lines per week at the rate of J 25 cents per line per week, or 75 cents per line per month. Remember five average words make a line. All advertisements on this page must be paid In advance. No exception to this rule. WANTED FEMALE HELP GREGG Shorthand can be learned at v, the Central Business College in j three to five months. Lei us save J jou time and money. Easy to learn, T W easv to write and easy to read Oppo- alte P O. Phone 764. 9-4-luk1 A GOOD girl can get good wages at 2341 Adams 9-1-lwk iT GOOD middle -need woman for gen- eral housework Address, W H S.. f! care Standard. 9-5-lwk F( , COMPETENT girl for housework; no washing or Ironing: good wages. 605 27th St. Phone 1R12 9-5-tf " Jl YOUNG girl wantPd at 160 23rd St. C: 9-4-1 Wk SB I CHAMBERMAID at the Virginia 9-3-lwk l- EXPERIENCED girl or women for rtj housework. 709 22nd. Phone 1531. J Will pay good wages 9-3-ti 'tt GOOD girl for general housework, no iflf! washing: good wages 674 24th St m 9"8-tf GIRL for alteration in suit Dept I' Horrocks Bros., 2427 Wash. 9-2-lwk! FOR housework in small family. 518 27th. Fhone 1078-W 9-2-tf . ' H FRWT pickers and packers at once Applv Ogden Fruitgrowers Assn Phone '61. 9-1-lwk WANTED MALE HELP. MEN' wanted to sack tomatoes. $1 50 Iper ton Inquire Richard Hamlin Clearfield, Utah. &-4-2wks BOY at Horrocks Bro6 Store to work all daw 2427 Wash Ave. 9-2-lwk YOUNG man of good address to so licit Ogden and Weber county, good proposition to right part. H D, Standard S-25-tf WANTED A good canvasser to sell real oil paintings, made by hand, good commission. Address Oil Paint ings, care the Ogden Standard, good references required 7-1 l-4t AGENTS WANTED. WE will pay you $120. nn to distribute religious literature in your com munity. Sixty days work. Experi ence not required. Man or woman ' Opportunity for promotion Spar-' j time may be used International Bi ble Press, 1012 Arch St., Philadelphia SALESMEN WANTED. A FEW beavywelghT, specialty sales men to sell The New Bookkeeper I Register to merchants Large com missions Write for territory. Book keeper Register Co. Sf"3 S Madison 8t, Chicago. ACTIVE, ambitious men to sell ex T ceptlonally high class groceries dl- ! rect to consumers Liberal advances on orders; our bonus system big tea I ture. permanent position; best sea- son at hand. Write the Big House g todav for particulars, naming county IT desired. Importers, manulacturers. wholesale grocers. John Sexton & JI Co., Chicago, 111. Mr TRAVELING; salary and expenses or Jj! commission; must be active, am- , bltioub energetic; splendid opportun Sgj ity; former experienco not essential Landmark Cigar Co, Denver. Pa. 6 PER cent loans on farms, orchard 0 land9, city resident or business m)t property, to buy build. lmproe. ex a. tend or refund mortgages or other, securities; terms reasonable, special privileges; correspondence Invited rd Department L K1S Commonwealth y, 5; Bldg . Denver Colo. jiff t ( SITUATIONS WANTED ijt EXPERIENCED dressmaker wants work by the dav. Phone 1905-R. JP1 9-4-2wkfl ( Ji kNTED By reliable woman wash- rt E ing to do at home for private homes 1 or school teachers Phone 2126-M s 30-lwk m . Hi QUIET, respectable home for con . gi flnement and non-contagious sick: cases Mrs. Dalton, 473 8 1st St Phone 1221-W. 8-21 -lino ; ecrf TUTORERY. gMjt PUPILS In private home; for further information call phono 1556. 9-5-3t I - m BOARD AND ROOM. i y ; Of ROOM and board for ladies 759 23rd ; 4-' street. 9-C-lwk ! ROOM and board for two teachers 2671 Monroe. 9-2-lwk ad jfdl HOME cooking, large pleasant out- side rooms and bath. 447 21st St Rates to teachers. 9-2-lwk CAN accommodate teacher or stu 'pf dents for room and board in mod- jijj' em home. Rates reasonable 2670 Monroe. Phone 1378 -M. 9-4 -lwk WANTED MISCELLANEOUS rl JERSEY cowh. heifers and calves. . jj f Phone 24-K-2. 9-4-lwk u J WANTED Clean, wnue old rags, at tho Standard office. Phouo 56. 360 itf 24th it. ft . ; .. , Many a good brain throb escapes from underneath a cheap hat. FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND APARTMENTS. ROOM with bath for gentleman. $2 50 per week close In; references 2341 Adams avenue. 9-4-lmo FURNISHED room. Lady prei erred; close In Phone 211R-W. 9-6-lwk FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping 2630 Adams 9-0-4' FRONT bedroom; bath 315 27th St 9-6-lwk HOUSEKEEPING rooms, modern. 2758 Lincoln. 9-6-lwk FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. 1 reasonable rent. 2759 Grant Ave. 9-5-lwk ELEGANTLY furnished 5-room apartment: strictly modern; Ideal location 2341 Adams avenue. 9-5-lwk HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2351 Mon roe Ave. 9-4-lmo FURNISHED rooms modern, suit-! able for two 2341 Madison 9-4-lwk FURNISHED modern front room for: gentleman, 462 24th St. Opposite Virginia. 9-4-lwk. LARGE comfortable rooms, with I bath Convenient to Iewls. Pin-) gree and Washington schools Hoard if desired, 335 28th St. 9-3-lwk ROOMS for light housekeeping lighL gas and bath 2613 Wash -2-lwk DOUBLE parlors; use of kitchen and piano. 2353 Monroe. 9-4-lmo Fl RNISHED housekeeping rooms, strictlv modern 569 22nd St 9-2-lwk THREE furnished rooms for house keeping. 2137 Grant. 9-7-lwk LIGHT housekeeping room and alcove everything furnished, room cured for Phone 4S4-R 9-1-St THREE elegant furnished rooms for light housekeeping, close in, cheap I 1 Brummitt, Phone 59. THREE roomed house, one block rrcffl car Hne; cheap If taken at once 886 12th Phone 900-W. 8-28 Imo THREE furnished housekeeping room ("all evenings or Saturdays 2Mf Hudson avenue. 8 26-2wk FOR rent or for sale. n!ccl furnished eight-room modern house 639 23rd 8- 13 2wk FURNISHED flats 2634 Gram Ave 4-lS-lyr FOR RENT Furnished, new, clean comfortablo housekeeping rooms, $2 week up 536 31st St. 3-13-lr FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND APARTMENTS. 5-ROOM modern house; good loca tion. Inquire A Jackson. Phone 328-J 9-6-lwk FOUR-room. $12; 6-room. $15; close in. water, lights 2155 Adams. 9- 4-lv.k THREE-room, $6.50. close In; water, light; can parti furnish. 2155 Ad ams 9-4-lwk 3 ROOMS, pantry, shantv, light, wa ' terj $1" L'2l's Monroe avenue 9-2-lwk I 8-ROOM modern brick house close in Phone 2031-W. fl-2-lwk FI E-room modern house. Including gas . 569 24th St. Inquire Horrock's Bros. 9-2-lwk 5-ROOM modem house, 2663 Quincy. Inquire 2218 Adams. 9-1-lwk A MODERN 7-room brick house. largo basement, an abundance uf 6hade and fruit trees, good neighbor hood. $25, J J Brummitt, Under Utah Nat l Bank. . A CHICKEN ranch, consisting of 5 room house, one acre of land, large trees, plenty of water, well located clo3e in, only $10 per month. J. J. Brummitt, Phone 59. A MODERN 8-room house with base ment, grate, trees, garage, on 24th St, $22 50 J. J. Brummitt, Under Utah Nat 1 Bank. SEVEN -room onck. modern house, basemeut. Apply 2i.26 Jefferson Phone 2380. rf 3- ROOM house, 1 acre land; 27th and Harrison Ave; city water. Bicbsel, 2411 Washington Ave. 7-26-tf 4- ROOM flat, unfurnished Over Smith Grocery, 26th and Wash Phono 2 1 COREY apartments, uiouf-rn and rea tanable SG. Washington avo, 5-2 4 -tr FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS STORE lor rem 620 24tb St S-25- STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable Inquire A G. Fell, Mayor's office. SI'Et I A L foli b.nlxe u, l.Hie, ,ik Return Police Station. 8-28-lWk STORE room 2238 Washington; 2 story, full basement, 100 feet deep Kent reasonable Inquire A. G. Fell. Mayor's office. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MEISELBACH'S Private Business College. 2656 Adams, Is personall) J conducted by an experienced Mei -chant and competent teacher Enroll for the new course 8-22-lmo ASTROLOGIST. LISTEN horc' Madam Yogis, the greatest farther, ast rologist . palm and card reader fall anil be con vinced she Is the best 132 1-2 25th 91 Newdale rooms Women have been judges In Slam for many centuries But who would want to live in Siam. anyway .' Cleveland Plain Dealer I FOUND j GOLD lorkt and chain on Qulncy, between 25th and 26Ui streeLs. owner may recelvo same at 930 Bln ! ford Ave. Phone 1451-J. 9-4-3t FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS GOOD milch cows for sale, 3510 Ad ams. Phone 974-W, 9-6-lwk APPLES. 25 cents per bushel, if call ed for. Phone 398-R. 9-4-tf A $400 PIANO ; absolutely new, 1 will sell at manufacturer's cost; for a genuine bargain this can not bo sur passed Phone 163. between 9 and 11 a. m. 9-5-lwk SATSUMA. Japanese plums. Far ley Grocery, 221 c Wash, ivi 605 9-3 lwk HOUSEHOLD furniture of five rooms Good as new. Will sell at sacrifice 96(5 Wash. 9-3 lwk 60 LINEAL feet of iron front fcn r, wiih single an d douhle gates; sec ond hand do-irs, windows and irames Second hand lumber. L"."., Wall Phono 373-R. 9-3-lwk A TICKET to Omaha. Neb. from Salt Lake or Ogden over U. P. Can he used an time till Oct. 31. Inquire or 2313, Care Standard. 9-1-lwk GRAVEL bed. first class gravel and sand; close In Phone 1490 -M, 8-14-lmo THE COW MARKET Comer 7th and Wash. We buy and sell all kinds of milch cows on approval Also in1 carload lots Phone 2129-R. 8-lK-ff PULLEYS, SHAFTING AND HANGERS Cheap tor cash, owing to a chanco In our press room the following are offeted for sale. Cau be seen at the I Standard offlco 36 feet of 2 3-16 Steol shafting j with seven (7; 12 1-2 Inch drop hang ; era. 1 32-inch 6 1-2 faco wood pulley. 1 18-Inch 6 1-2 faco wood pulley. 1 14-inch 6 1-2 faco steel pulley 1 15-iuch 8 1-2 face steel pulley. 1 12-inch 6 1-2 face eteel pulley 1 17-inch 6 1-2 fuce steel pulley 1 24-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pullej The6e are all split pullc3 aad can be used upon any size shaftlag. 1 0-inch, 4-inch face, wood pulley. 1 12-inch, 5 1-2 inch face, wood mi le KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson Ave., bee 23ra and 2-th Sis. l'hone 617-J. 12-2S-U FULL 6lzed Ink barrtls, $1.00 apiece. Inquire Eveniug Standard, 360 24th 81. Phone 50. i-lS-tf j MONEY TO LOAN MONEY advanced salaried people on j easy paments, no security, also loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake, over Paine 6t Hurt. ON (arm or city property. Any amount Purdy, 2478 Washington. 6-11-tf MONEY on first mortgage real es tate loans. Kelly Herrlck. 3-15-tf ANY amount on Real Estate. Bichsel Ins., 2411 Wash Ave. LOAN'S on Improved fan or city property. HUNTER . KENNED f, 42J 24th St , opposite court house 6-12 U MONEY to loan on city and farm property. Any amount, uo delay Mathews-McCulloch Co, under First National Bank Phone 3U1 W. MONEY to loan on watches, dia monds, jewelry, lirearma, etc-. Lu cle Sam's Loau Office, eslaihshed 1S5. The Money Lenders ol Ogdeh. 276 6th St. L. H. Sith, Prop. -4-lyr MONEY to loan on real estate secur ity. J. J. BrummltL l27-tf i 1 rri LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENTION Notice is hereby given by the Board ol CummlbSioncis of Ogden City, Utah, ol ttie intention of said Boaru to make the following U.;(nb,d im prpvementSi to wit: '1 o create both tides of Ogden nue between 7th and 8th streets lor a distance uf 39t feet, and on Second ; Street west from Washington Avenue beginning at a point un the south side of Second Street 344 4 feet west of Washington Avenue, thence ea6t to 1 Washington Avenue and on the north bide of the street lrom Washington to Wall Avenue as a sidewalk dis trict, aud to construct therein a con crete walk four feet wide and four: Inches in thickness, with tho neces gary intersections together with the necessary grading therefor, and to defraj the whole of the cost thereof.' estimated at $1200.00. by a local as-I sessment upon the lots or pieces uf ground lying and being within the! follow ing district, being the district ! to be benefited or affected by said improvements, iz All the land lying between the out- I er boundary lines of taid street and avenue, and a line drawn 50 feet out ward from aud parallel to the sain outer boundary lines All protests and objections to the earning 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 :i I m.. that being the time set by said 'Board of Commissioners when they, will hear and consider such objec- 1 I tions as may be made thereto, at thi I mayor's office, at the City Hall, Og den City, Utah. By order of the Board of Commis sioners 01 Ogden Cit. Ctah Dated this ISth day of August lf)13 H. J CRAVEN, City Engineer i First publication August 20, 1913. Last publication September 11. 1913 1 INTOXICATED BICYCLE Tommy Pa. what would you call aj motorcycle? Tommy's Pa A motorccle, my son: Is an ordinary bicycle driven Ic'rasy by an overindulgence in gaso-' I line. New burgh News. PRELIMINARY WORK Ted You don't seem to be as friendly with him as you used U be, Ned No. I'm rather suspicious of I him. He borrowed some monev from I me the other day and paid it back j Judge. ' a 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, I located close in, for $1850.00, on easv pay II mcnts. 6-room Frame House, pantry and closets, nice shady lot; will sell for $1400.00, $100.00 I down and $20.00 per month. Vacant Lots on 22nd St., between Monroe and Quincy 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- Itween 26th and 27th Streets; we will sell for $2750.00 on small monthly payments. See us before you buy. CARL C. RASMUSS0N Phone 115. 350 24th Street FOR SALE i REAL ESTATE DAILY REDUCTION SALE For a limited period I will redurc the sale price on my five-room brick ( modem home at 3051 Grant avenue 16 every day. Sale price August 27, $2600. if interested get bus, take option to mature at sorn 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 opt loji money will bo re- i funded You can get an option by j paying ?l 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 'his day costs $12 If home is sold before your money will be re funded, If not, you hae first chance to buy on $2420 day. I'd not delay. (Jo and see the home and arrange lor your option at our of fice, 420 24th St S-27-tf 40 ACRES the best In Park valley, $15 per acre; 20 lots, Ogden, $7j each 2054 Adams 'J-6-I1110 ONE-acre tract and 3-room house with full cement basement Four blocks from vr line, $1,000, If taken at once. Worth $1500 Crescent Real Estate 'o, ill 24th Btreel 9-6-lwk .".-ROOM modern bungalow, lot 50x 165, good lawn and shade; on car l'np close to buslnes center An ele gant house In the best location in I Ogden. Good terms price $45"0.00 I Mathews-McCullOch Co., under First ' National lank 9-3-tl yVE HAVE absolutely the best bar gains in Improved farm land to be tound anywhere near Ogden Twenty flve acres at $90 per. Just outside city I limits. Hunter & Kennedy, 423 24th st. 9-l-6t AN ELEGANT modern 5-room bung alow, bath, toilet, stationary lava tory, trees, near school, near depot, i.nly $2,1h0; small payment down, balance same as paying rcnL J. J Brummitt, Phone 69. I A GOOD 4-room cottage with city water and electric light well local-j .,1 near depot, onlv $1,400, any kind of terms. J J Brummitt. Under Utah Nat l Bank j FINE store, good new stock. Owner leaving town. Easy terms Phon ! 1127 STORK Fine cement basement; new stock; delivery outfit, cheap Phone 1 1427. 8-21-tfj ROOMING house of rooms, cheap rent. 160 1-2 25th St. 8-12-lmo ' 66 FEET by S rods on Hudson near 24th, 59 tt. by 16 rds on Washing 'ton near 21st. 100 by 8 rods on Wash 1 ington near 12th Inquire 2220 Lin COln or phone 683-R B. F. Shepherd 8-6-lwk LN ELEGANT lot 50x115 feet with I in two blocks of Utah National 1 Bank, onl) $1,200. An kind of term." , 1 low rate of interest. J. j, Brummitt. I under Utah Nat'l Bank. 8 1-2 ACRES, good water right; 1 acre orchard, all under cultivation '4-room house gas engine aud other farm tools, close in a big bargain mut-t be accepted at once. Terms, I price only $2000 00. Mathews-McCul-I ioch Co., under First National Bauk AN ELEGANT lot on Harrisou. be tween 27th and 28th streets over-, looking the city, within one block of land that Is selling at $15 per front fool. 1 will sell this for a short time I at 110 per front foot on any kind of" terms J. J- Brummitt. Phone 59 ' ONE of the greatest snaps in the city, au elegant 7-room modern bunga low with largo basement, screen t.orch large lot. well located on the! bench in good neighborhood This nroprrt', is well worth from four to , thousand dollars, for only $3,000. I $500 down, balance same as paying renti low rule of interest. J. J. Brum mitt, Phono 59 THREE choice lots, two modern 5 room COttagM. S-room modern resl dence all located on Bench, close In. Se- Dr Freiday. over Utahna Drug. fc-26-lrao OOOU home, greatest bargain in Og den Owner leaving town Phon 14.7 HOUSE for sale. Inquire 2353 Monroe- 9-4-lmo AN ELEGANT 5-room bungalow, lo cated near Sacred Heart academy, large basement, screened porch and Iwrge lot, fcr only $2,700. $800 down, balance same as paying rent, low rate of interest. J. J Brummitt, Un der Utah Nat'l Bank. Ol E of the finest lots on tho bench. 176 feet deep to twenty foot alley, located near Farr school building. $100. $10 down, $5 per month, J. J. Brummitt, Phone 59. A NICE, sightly lot on 23rd street. 50x135 feet to alley, city water In front of lot. Only $200, $lo" down, $10 per month. J J. Brummitt, under Utah Nat'l Bank FARM TO TRADE FARM near town for house, close in. C. D. IVES, 330 25th St. 1 15-lr NOTlOt TO tONTKAOTORS, Sealed proposals for furnishing ma terials and doing the work of building concrete curbs and gutters in curb aud gutter district No. lu'j. being on the east side of Monroe avenue trom 21st 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 spei ; lcations prepared by the City Ej I neei and approved by the City Board of Commissioners, will be recehed at the office of the City Engineer in the City Hail at ogden City, aforesaid until 10 o'clock a m , on the 17tl day of September, A D 1H13, at which time all proposals received will be publicly opened and read aloud Plans and specifications can be ob tained upon application at the office of the City Engineer in the City Hall after September 9, 1913. The right is reserved to reject any or all bld6. and to waive an delct its By order of the Board of Commis sioners. H. J. CRAVEN, ( It Engineer First day of publication, August 25, 1913. Last day of publication, September IS 1913. : SUMMONS In the Municipal Court in and for the City of Ogden. Louuty of Weber, State of Utah Before Hon W H Reeder. Jr, Mu nicipal judge and ex-officio Justice of the peace. Andrew Anderson, t'laintiff vs. D. M Davis, Defendant. The State of Utah, to Said De fendant You are hereby summoned lo ap pear before tho above entitled Court within ten (10) days after service ii this summons upon you, if served Within the county In which this ac tion is brought, otherwise within twenty (20) days after this service and defend the above entitled action; In case of your tallure to do so. judgment will be rendered against you according lo the demand of the complaint in said action which was filed In said Court on the 9lh day of July. A. D. 1913 To the sheriff or any constable of Weber county. Greeting Make legal service and due return r er-nf Witness Hon. W. H Reeder, Jr. Judge of said Court, with the Seal thereof this 2nd day of August 1913 (Seal) I N FULTON, Clerk This action is brought to recover possession of certain goods and chat tels and for damages for the reten tion of the same j ASSESSMENT NOTICE Stockholders of the Overland Min ing and Milling Company, attention! At a meeting of the board of di rectors held in Ogden City, Utah. August 14. 1913. an assessment ol one mill per share was levied again:-1 the capital stock of the corporation the samp payable immediately to the Secretary, at 674 23rd Street Ogden Utah If not paid on or before Oc tober 1. 1918, 'he stock will be ad vertised as delinquent and If not paid with costs of advertising on or before October 15, 1913. sufficient Bharcs thereof will be sold at public auc tion 74 23rd street, at 3 o'clock i m of that day. to pay .b in que cost of advertising and expense of B M CONROY, President G. w HESTMARK Secretary First publication September 3, 1913 Many a brave men Is apt lo fear 'i silent woman. FRATERNAL I1 SOCIETIES 1 MASONIC Queen Esther chapter No. 4, O. E S., rejrular meetings held at Masonic hall on Washington avo hetween 25th and 2Cth sts.. the first and third Fridays of each month. So journing members cordially Invited to attend Fannie- M Wblttemore, W. M Callle E. Cave, Secretary T7nltv Lndtre No. IS. F. A. M.. Maionlo Temple, 2550 Washington avenue Meetings every Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Membcr3 of sister lodges and sojourning brethren cordially Invited to attend. S. W. Wherry, W. M. Felix T Moore, Sec rctary. I.adlps of the Maccabees. Silver hive No. 1. L. O T M.. meets ovory first and third Thursday evening1? at 8 o'clock and every second and fourth Thursday Bftemooi 3 at 2:30 o'clock. In EagW hall, 2141 Hudson af Vis iting members cnrdlallv Invited to at tend Katbryn Eggleston, L. C, L. Jennie Prout, R k. Silver Tent No. 1. Maccabees of the World; meet second and fourth Mon dav night? at R o'clock. p m All vis itlns: Sir Knights cordially Invited E A. Stephenson, Commander W B Ogletree. T.ecord Keeper. Queen City Rebekah Lodge No 4. I O. O. F , meets second and fourtn Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall Visiting members Invited. Nona Har rington. N G ; Emma Meld. Record ing Secretary, 718 Twenty-third street Women of Woodcraft Osden Cir cle No 581 meets overv Wednesday nleht 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 Eliza Bremer. G N . 464 22nd St. St. Mario Critea. cierk. 2731 Monroe avenue. Knights of Pvthlas Ocden lodge No. 2, Knlghta of Pythias, meets at Castle hall. I tah National bank build Ing. every Monday evening. All K. of P's are requested to meet with us. W. H Luddington. C. C; W. G. Kind. M. Of E.; W. L UnderwooJ. K. of R. Royal Neighbors of America Meets every second and fourth Monda nights of each months at 8 p. m , at the new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity building. ViBltlng neighbors invited. Dues can be paid to Mrs. Anna Ries Finley, M. D, room 21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Oracle, 2453 Hairleon. Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and Quincy. Order of Owls Ogden Nest No. 1218, Order of Owls, meets every Friday evening in their own hall (the old Elk club rooms) at 8 o clock. Visiting Brother Owls are Invited to attend the nest meeiinga Fred Cal lihan, President; J Oliver, Secretary, J41t Washington avenue Woodmen of the World Weber Camp No. 74. meets in the W O. W. hall, Fraternity block. 2320 Washing ton avenue, eery Thursday evening ni s o'clock isiting Woodmen cor ulallv united to attend. C. E. CANSKE, C. C. E AUTH, Clerk. Modern Woodmen oi America Utah camp No. 9990 meets every first and third Tuesday evenings at S o'clock at K of P hall. Twenty-fourth st. and Washington ave. Visiting members invited. W H Drane, ConsuL J. .L Shaler, Clerk. Sego Lily Circle No. 174 meets ev ery eecond and fourth Thur3da, nights ul J p. m , In L O. O. F hall. Visiting neighbors cordially lnlted. Mary E. Bllxt. G N., 451 31st St. Kate Eieyman, Clerk, Bell phone 1247-J. Brotherhood of American Yeomen Ogdeu Homestead, No. 15u5, meet on tirst and third Thursday evenings in new 1. O. O P. hall, Fraternity build ing, Washington avenue Visiting Archers are cordially Invited to meet with us. Addle L. Williams, Fore man, l&o Twenty-Iirst street, J. A. Junk, Correspondent, 320i Washing ton avenue Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden Aerie Nu H. P u- E-i meets every Wednesday evening at Eagles hall, j Hudiuu ave., at 8 o'clock. Visiting ! brother Eagles are Invited to attend the aerie meetings. Club rooms open at 11 u. m J v Griffin, W. Presi ueuu E. R Gelger, secretary. Dr C. E. Wardleigh, Aerie Physician. ORO.R OF RAILWAY CONDUCT ORS Wisatch Division No. 124, O. 1L C.. neets second and fourth Friday at ! -3u P m , in K. (it P Hall, corner Wrehington avenue and Tweuty io rih street. All brothers are cor dJi Uy Invited to attend C H. Pear s q. C C. D. L. BoJe. S. and T. NOTICE I,i (lie District Court of the Second Judicial District, Within and for We ber ,County, Slate of Utah, In the matter of the estate of I Luella C. Child, Deceased. Creditors will present their claims. together with ouchers to the under signed administrator, at the office of R Skeen, Hrst National Bank! Bldg., Ogden. Utah, on or before the luth dav of January, 1914. W VHRKN ( CHILD. Administrator W K. Skeen. Attorney for Admin-1 Istrator. Dated this 5th day of September. 1913. WHY ELECTRICIANS FAVOR SOFT HATS Every trade exercises some effect on the dress of Us votaries. The loco motive engineer wears a cap and overall'-, the baker a white skull cap. j the butcher a long white apron and j Straw sleeves and the cook and the waiter each has his distinctive garb j Electricians wear soft hats and the following nccouut from the current number of the Elecvtrical World cieS the reason why A substantial foreman on an electric line In North ern Indiana was explainlug the de tails oi fOui- work lo his men In a recently completed substation In pointing out a joint In the high ten sion wiring, hat In hand, the rim of j the derby came In contact with live wires. A circuit was completed from the high tension line throuch the t- n i a 1 1 steel wire In the rim of the I hat and through the man s body to I OGDEN BUSINESS i DIRECTORY I Advertisements in this column cost 75c per line per month, pay able in advance. ACCORDION PLAITING DONE in nil lengths 2568 Cola's Court, rear 240 26th St. Tel. 1180-M. ATTORNEYS LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, (over Nye's Clothing Store. 2411 Wash. Ave. Phone 393. E. T HULA-NT SKI, First National Bank Bldg. 12-11-tt BILLIARDS AND POOL BAKER'9 Billiard room, 2482 Grant Ae NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE REST. We have the coziest cozy Bit I hard Room In Ogden, and all standard hleh grade; no cheap; four slate ta bles at Baker's. BOOKBINDING ' J. WIION Book and loose leaf de vice manufacturer. Upstairs. 2465 Wash Ave. Phone S50. 12 30-lmo CHIROPRACTOR F. J. FREENOR, D. C. Graduate Chiropractor. No drugs, surgery or osteopathy; try chiropratic (spinal adjustments.) 2411 Washington avenue. Room 14. Phone 311. 6-7-tf CARPET CLEANING EC VAN KAMPEN Phone 883 for up holstering, mattress making, re stretching of bed springs. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER C STUART, estimates free. Don't miss mm. 2952 Wall, phone 373-R. 9-3-lrao HATS CLEANED HATS cleaned, blocked and retrfa- med Ogden Hat Works, 221 1-8 25th SL 6-13-tf JUNK OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you hare any kind of Junk, phone us up. We will call for it. Tel. 210. LANDSCAPE GARDENING LANDSCAPE GARDENING 10PT, LET us design your home grounds. We also plant according to your plans William Thomas Stillwell, 140 28th St. Phone P93-M. 9-4-lmo PAINTING, PAPERHANGING PAINTING, paperhanging and tinting. J. Den Harthog. Phone 671-R. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON DR. A. FERNLUND, Ph) Biclan and 1 Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m. ! New Feery Bldg, Hudson Ave. Phone 1900-W. Residence phone 2i29-V. 64S Washington avenue. 6-11-tf NOTARY PUBLIC C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty-fifth St PHOTOGRAPHY CRAWSHAW STUDIO 219 25th Street. Fine Art Photography. Come and have a sutln. PRINTING WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good work. 2406 Wash. Ave. Phone sou. 12-oUlmo SANITARY WORK YOUR garbage hauled regular. San itary can turnished free. Sanitary oarbi.g Lu. Phone o20, . i CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co, 272S Grant bell phone 2018-W. SECOND-HAND GOODS 1 i NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture, clothing and shoes, bought, sold or exchanged; also trunks and suitcases cheap. A Slner, Phone 1321. 179 1-3 Tweuiy-nfth St. 6-13-lyr i TRUNKS REPAIRED OALLAc"HEK repairs trunks. 350 5th SL 6-25-lmo. VACUUM CLEANERS ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and called lor Electric dorvlce Go.4 Phone SS. Up 24th St. the ground, thereby causing a shock whicn proved fatal. Soft hats have no metal wire in them, and that is wh they are so popular with electricians. PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER TO SING Cornish, N H.. Sept. 6 Miss Mar j garet Wilson, daughter of President i llson, is to join her sister Eleanor In the masque play to be given In the Plrd Sanctuary at Meridan next Fri day as a protest against the slaughter of birds for milliners purposes. Miss Wilson has agreed to render a song before the presentation of the masque itselt The song will be "The Hermit Thrush," the words of which were written by Arvla Mackaye. daughter uf Percy Mackaye the author of th masque, wa'hen she was nine yeara old. ; iil) NO FAVORITES. Definition of a boarding housw Strawberry shortcake. 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