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l THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913. 5 ' .
Woman's Page Materials to Choose From for Coats, Bewildering in Their Variety Zibeline One of the Newest in Marvelously Love ly Two-toned Effects Utility Coats Have Little Trim ming Buttons a Factor Three-Piece Sets a Varia tion For One's Wardrobe Wicker Water Sets Dainty Accessory to Well-Appointed Boudoir Fruit Measures Gauged Three Hints For Housewives. WIDE CHOICE OF MATERIALS. The materials to choose from are bewildering In their variety One or the newest Is zibeline In marvelously lovely two toned effects, generally black In combination with a color, euch as terra cotta, burgundy. Deift blue, or the new Taquin green, a shade showing quite a yellow tlngp These zlbelines are light in weight and have a beautiful silky surface. They are used for the dressier coats for utility wear and they make most attractive garments All of the coat materials have a rough, warm look ing surface. Lorp yarn materials ai particularly desirable for the heavy morning and motor coats. The pop ular chinchilla la having no diminution of popularity, especially in light shades and white for motoring and ' gports coats. Velours and plu9hes aro used with success for afternoon wrap? and the new Duvetine and peau de jpeche are made up In some of the ' higher priced garments For the 'strictly utility coat diagonals, cut stripes, checks, and long nap goods have been most popular with the de signers. The Balkan blouse has influenced fall and winter top coats to the ex tent of lowering the belt, or In many cases putting the belt on a coat which a few seasons ago would not have, had a belt. But the blouse Itself has no place in the fall coat designs, ex cept for young girls. The reason for that Is evident when one considers how Impracticable the blouse is for adaptation in heavy materials such as are being used Many coats have belts, however. Just a little below the natural waiBtline. and some of the most popular medium priced overgar ments axe made with a wide blt, which 1b stitched onto the coat a few Inches below the natural waistline These belts seem more like trimmings than belts, however The Oriental idea, which has in fluenced so many of the handsome garments of the Paris designers, is considerably modified for the utility coats which American women will wear. It is present only In trim mings, which are handsome in color ing and in texture, and in an occa sional afternoon coat with a wide sash. MoBt of the utility coats have little trimming except on the collars and i cuffe Many of them are entirely untrimmed, relying entirely upon their cut for their smartness. But tons are a factor in the trimming, and they are most attractive in their colorings and their 6hape. JAUNTY THREE-PIECE SETS. Three piece sets consisting of hat. short coat and muff are an lnnova tlon in some smart millinery displays One such combination has been dis played In emerald green brocaded de lalne with a ratine finish The hat is a turban modification with a hand of sable, the muff Is made of the fabric with bands of the fur, while the Jaunty coat Is hip length cut away from the bust line, where it has a double breasted fastening. There Is a standing military collar of fur. These combinations have been man up also in black, brown and various lu will affect your fomplexlon by lend- Jjl i Ing the clov. of iifviiin to ;. our cheeks This will make you feel like a now person and look as you fe.el. Delia I use a lotion Instead of face powder. This home made spurmax lotion will tone and clear the skin, overcome coarseness and wrlnkleB and i act as a protection against sun and wind. It Ir i heap and In every way equal to the expensive liquid face H powders. Get 4 ounces of spurmax j j- from your ri r upcIpt and dissolve In a 1 ,55 balf pint of hot water. To thl6 add 2 tcaspoonfula of glycerine and uw lotion is complete Apply freely ar ter washing and thoroughly drying the : jj face, neck and arms Tbi result will i please you, for the lotion dries quick ly, seems a part of the akin and gives a velvety texture to the face M I Miss K. : Your hair tonic is worth r I. les K.c rir iM prompt! me to re- 00 l comment) outnzoin hair tonic to you. because It has clone wonders for my ft I lf and u host of friends. Just pour , 5 1 I ounce quinzuln Into pint alcohol. I9 I I pic variation for one s wardrobe, pos sible for little expense, if one has fur that can thus be utilized. WICKER WATER SETS. A dainty accessory of the well ap pointed boudoir that chances to be furnished with enameled wood and chintz Is a water set of tumblers and pitcher resting on a wicker basket tray, with a glaBS bottom showing a chintz lining. Two coasters are sim ilarly made; and at one end of tho I tray is a compartment to hold a glass water pitcher. A wicker candlestick to bold a night light has a chintz shade. Each coaster is supplied with an engraved glass tumbler. White enamel is used generally for the wicker, but one may find the sets in pale grey, green or wood color to match a chosen color scheme of furnishing FRUIT MEASURES GAUGED. An experienced house wife soon learns to know how many Jars of Jam or quarts of preserve she may ex pect from a given quantity of fresh fruit. Here iB the record of one who knows : Four quarts of crabapples will make ten glasses of Jelly. Six poundB of peaches will make eight pint Jars of preserves Four pounds of plums will make five pint Jars of preserves. Four quarts of quinces will make ten glasses of jelly Seven pounds of peaches will make fifteen glasses of marmalade Fhe boxeB of currants will make nine glasses of Jelly. SPOTLESS LINENS. To remove a spot that is liable to be made on a clean tablecloth, fold a towel smoothly under the spot and put a bowl on it beneath the soiled part of the cloth. Pour boiling wa ter through, a little at a time until the stain disappears. Soak up part of the water with another towel, and lay the wet piece smooth on the un der towel. Cover and dry with a hot Iron. IRONING WHITE SILK. Now that white silks and crepes that launder are so fashionable, it behooves one to learn how to do them up without injury. While man klnd9 may be washed successfully they will turn yellow because too hot an Iron Is used Have the Iron warm enough to dry the material, but no hotter. FISH SALAD. Left-over boiled or baked fish may be used up in an appetizing 6alad Pick apart the larger pieces, so that the fish will be flakey Sprinkle over it a little onion Juice and chopped parsley and toss with crisp lettuce leaves In French dressing. Mayon naise dressing will be even better for those who like it CUCUMBER SALAD. A most attractive way to serve cu cumbers for a salad course, or as the accompaniment of a fish course, is to pare and cut each in half, taking the round end off so that the piece will stand upright. Cut out the In- Health and Beauty Answers I BY MRS. MAE MARTTN A ; W T. M-: Though your flesh worrlr6i wmj you. do not take chances with violent exercise and exaggerated dieting. ou had better uBe this simple but effec-1 the flesh reducer, which you can make at home, and about which hun dreds have written to praise Its rapid and effective action. Buy four ounces of parnotls from an druggist, dls 6olve In pints boiling water. Al low to cool, strain and take a table spoonful before each meal Continue the course until you reach normal weight. Annie L . Powdered delatone la the most effective thing of which I know jH for removing stubborn hairy growths. 3 Get an original package and mix enough powder with water to cover the hair6 not wanted. Apply and in 2 or 3 minutes renwe, wash the skin and the hairs are gone This is a quick, harmless method and seldom needs repeating. Bo sure it is dela tone you get J. A. H.. No, 1 would hardly crlti 1 else you for your lack of ambition It is due to impure blood and Its slug gish action, the natural result of the summer's heat our appetite and energy can be regained by taking, be fore each meal, a tablespoonful of a mixture composed of one ounce of f kardene, dissolved in a half pint of H alcohol, to which Is added half a cup l1 of Rugar and hot water to make a full quart. It will cleanse the blood . L iinri I--.! lu.u f lectin in ilnvolnn u n rl then add V pint water and your ton ic is ready. ThiB quinzoin Is a nat ural hair tonic and stimulant which stops the Itching and burning almosi instantly, and makes the head so healthy it overcomes dandruff and corrects excess olllnesB When this Is done an abundance of fluffy, brilli ant, even-colored hair Is certain to follow C W No, egg is not the best thin? I with which to remove dandruff I never use animal matter on my haft-, as It forms a 6ort of film on both scalp and hair. Your dandruff can be entirely removed and the hair made brilliant, Boft and fluffy by the use of this Inexpensive home prepared shampoo, which Is superior to any I have ever been able to buy. Dissolve a teaspoonful of canthrox, which you can get at any drug store, in a cup of hot water. This, rubbed into the scalp, creates a rich, smooth lather, which thoroughly cleanses both hair and scalp An occasional shampoo with this mixture, followed by a thorough rinsing, will rid you of both itching and dandruff, beautify your hair and make your head feel espe cially good. S L L Yes, her face must look ten years younger without the wrin kles and yours will show the some improvement If you use my recipe for this vegetable Jelly, which you can prepare very cheaply at home. It cured my wrinkles very quickly and 1 still use it as n preventive. Get an ounce of almozoln at your drugglBts, dissolve It In half pint cold water and add two teaBpoonfuls glycerine. It should be used often and worked well into the pores It protects tho akin against tan and freekels, while acting as a food In rounding out hollows, Constance- You are very foolish to take chances by using belladonna In your eyes Its effect is only tempo rary You can both beautify and strengthen them with this simple ton ic, which costs almost nothing and can be mude up at home. Put 1 ouncu Cryetoi In 1 pint cold: dear water uu'l drop 2 or 3 dropB In each eye a few times dally. This simple tonic Is very soothing and strengthening to Bmarl lng, weak oyes and us use frequently Overcomes the need for glasBes It should be kept handy, ab ll 1b fine for granulated lids ana to remove for eign particles Head Mrs Martyn's book, "Beau ty," Vo Adv. side, and mix It with a salad dress-1 ing, and replace It in the tiny tubs Stand each on a crl6p leaf of lettuce and chill thoroughly before sending to the table. In their season, flneli chopped chives may be added. ttu COMPANY HELD IN DEFAULT. Pocafello, Ida , Sept 24 The South ern Idaho Water Power company, onfl of the Kuhn Interests has been en tered In default by Judge Budge to amounts totaling nearly $135,000 Va rlous suits had been brought by par ties for damages sustained by back water from the power dam Thcs were settled by appraisement The company moved to dismiss the origin al condemnation proceedings started by the company, which was denied and default entered by Judge Budge. If the company can have the default laid aside an appeal will perhaps be taken. oo Granted Insurance After Lung Trouble As many cases of Lung Troubles start with a cold or a COUgh, the best adnce that can be given is to net rid of the cold or cough as quickly as possible. Otherwise more serious troubles are likely to follow If the medlcineB ou are now taking do not bring relief, try Eckman 8 Alterative, the remedy for Throat and Lung Troubles, which has stood the test of time Investigate this case: 237 Dean St. Brooklyn. N Y "Dear Sirs: About a year and a half ago my health rapldh failed until at the end of six months my weight had fallen to 1 IT pounds. I was troubled with night sweats, a seere cough and waB very weak About this time I consulted a physician, who told me my lungs were affected. Not satis fied. I went to another doctor, who, after examining me, said that I was in the first 6tages of consumption. At this point I started to take Eckman's Alterative Tlie night sweats stopped almost immediately, my cough be came looser and gradualh disappear ed. M,y weight Is now 142 pounds and my physician has pronounced me per lectly sound which, together with tho fact that I have been accepted by two different Insurance companies for insurance, makes me sure of my entire recovery b Eckman s Altera tive." (Affidavit) W E GEE. (Above abbreviated, more on re quest ) Eckman's Alterative has been prov en by many years test to be most efficacious In cases of severe Throat and Lung Affections, Bronchitis, Bronchial Asthma. Stubborn Colds and In upbuilding the system Docs not contain narcotics, poisons or habit-forming drugs For sale by A. R. Mcintyre, Badcon s Pharmacy. T. H. Carr, Culley Drug Co, Marshall Drug Co, Cave Drug Co and other leading drugglBts. Write the Erkman Labor atory, Philadelphia. Pa., for booklet telling of recoveries and additional evidence (Adu.) uu IDAHO FALLS ANXIOUS TO SE CURE INTERURBAN LINE. Idaho Falls. Ida , Sept. 24. Messrs William C Ross, construction nu neer L. J Highland, hydraulic engi neer, and Fred Abrahams, attorney, representing a Chicago syndicate, have been In this city for the past two days looking over the proposition of an electric railroad and Interurban line into the Goshen country. After a meeting last evening of th'. board of directors of the club of com merce and the city council, a mass meeting was held this evening. A proposed ordinance had been prepared and the Chicago parties stated that If the city would pass this ordinance granting the franchise and make cer tain other concessions, they would Bee that work was commenced within the next thirty days A motion was carried unanimously that the city council be requested hold a special meeting tomorrow af ternoon and pass the ordinance. Pie scribed conditions provide that the citizens subscribe for stock covering $1000 per mile of the proposed road, which is thirtv-elght miles In length A large amount of this stock has been subscribed and more than eighty per t ent of the right of way has been se cured, so that everything looks fa vorable, for the carrying out of the project. ou NEW SECRETARY POPULAR. Pocatello Ida.. Sept. 24 The board of governors of the Pocatello Com mercial club has selected George Stohl of American Falls as the new secretary of the club, with a yearly salary of $1800. Mr Stohl has been for years the popular ho6t of the Rom Ington hotel at American Palls and is one of the best known and ably fitted publicity men in the country Several Ihousand dollars will be ex pended In the near future on a great publicity campaign in behalf of the Gate city Former Serretnry Dawson has resigned to enter lh banking business, and Acting Secretary Btral ford will devote his entire time to tho collection business -oo WILL HELP MIDVALE Midvale. Sept 24 The granite from Tittle Cottonwood canyon will be cut and prepared for building pur poses In thifi city, according to as surances given a committee from the Midvale Commercial club todav The arrangements hae been under con sideration for some time, and a com mittee, consisting of Dr J. E. Rob ertson. C. H Spencer, Mayor Joseph right D F Green, J. Alcorn and W'illam Waters, was appointed to make an investigation. The members of the committee met first with the directors of the Consolidated Stone companies of litah, by Whom they were assured that the stone companies were wil ling to dress their stone In Mldvalo, providing tho railroads would agree to the plan The committee then went to Salt Lake and met In the offices of tho Denver & Rio Grande with W. S Martin, gonor;il manager of the rullroad; S. Y. Dorrah, assist ant general freight agent, and N A Wllllume. superintendent of tho Salt lake division of the company. The railroad officials said that they would be willing to have the atone cut in Midvale, providing the track connecting their road with that of the stone company be put In proper condition Members of the commit tee said last nighl that the matter vras now up to i lie stone companies and thut they toll sure the atone would be cut and droesed In Midvale- oo What particular qualification has your friend, the magistrate, for lead ing our amateur orchestra?' "He Is such a good authority on giving out time" Josh Wink OGDEN MEN OBTAIN Finn EAST HOTEL IN SALT LIKE Sail Lake. Sept. 25. The Fifth East hotel changed hands yesterday as part of a deal Involving about $125,000. being exchanged by Dr, C. B. Titcombe for the Plngroo town site, which is located about 15 miles southwest of Blackfoot, Idaho Dr Titcombe relinquished control of th? hotel yesterday and George J Cun ningham, formerly depot master at Ogden, and previous to that assistant superintendent for the Oregon Short Line at Pocatello. Is now manager of the hotel. Mr Cunningham said last night that the hotel would be remodeled in every way. The dining room will be maintained and the hotel made to meet the demands of the transient trade In addition to keeping up Us present reputation as a family hotel. Also apartments will be rented for light housekeeping The hotel was built by the federal government on Fifth East street be tween First and Second South streets, soon after tho passage of the Ed munds act, as a refuge for the plural wives. Only one such wife took ad vantage of the haven of rest and she did not stay there long, another home being provided for her by friends. Af ter that the place wan treated indif ferently, although constructed at a cost of about $100,000, until a con tract for its sale was signed with Dr Titcombe. An Interesting and attrac tlve feature of the hotel is that it is and will be for the next 22 years, exempt from taxation. According to the terms of the contract, payment for the hotel will not be completed to the government until that time and. be ins government property. It Is exempt The contract was assignable and Its terms will be observed by the new owners About three fourths of the amount specified in the contract has been paid by Dr. Titcombe. there beln1? still unpaid about $47,0i0. The value of the hotel was considered to be $125,000 and that of the townsite was estimated at $7S,000 The Pingree Townsite company, which now has control of the hotel, Is an Ogden com pany and Is headed by John Pingroe of the Junction city. Others connect ed with it are M. S. Browning, Bishop John Wntson Thomas D. Dee estate. S. W. Eccles. E. S. Rolapp, E. J Har ness. James P. Burton, and R B Por ter of Ogden. and P. A. Dix ofRoy -oo BIG CROWD ATTENDS BEAR LAKE'S FAIR Paris. Ida., Spt. 24 The Bear Lake county fair opened this morning. One of the largest crowds In the history of Paris greeted the opening Be cause of southern Idaho's "bumper"' crops this year, a splendid exhibit of farm products is being shown. Special trains are being run from Moutpeuer. There were some good races this afternoon, with horses entered from Utah and Wyoming. The reunion of the pioneers, in connection with the fair, will bring together for the first time In fifty oars many of those who came to Bear Lake valley in 1863-64. The reunion will be held on Friday an 1 Saturday. Exercises will be held in the tabernacle On Friday after noon a big parade will be held, being made up of floats representing a pio neer in the valley in 1863 and 1913 pioneers, ox teams and other "old time" features. Dances are to be field in Fielding academy in the eve nings President Joseph F Smith and An thon H. Lund of the Mormon church. Governor Haines and many promi nent state and railroad officials are expected at the pioneers' reunion oo DEAL SPELLS PROGRESS. Pocatello, Ida . Sept. 24 Zlon's Co operative Mercantile institution of Salt Lake City, through W A. Hyde ha6 dosed a transaction whereby it becomes the owner of five lots In the warehouse district formerly owned by Colonel J M. Ingersoll The consid eratlon was $500. It Is believed by many that this recognition of Poca tello as a distributing center by the Z C. M. I is a Part f the many good things that are to come to Po . atello w ithln a year. oo MILWAUKEE HAS BIG LEAD. Milwaukee. Wis., Sept. 24 Colum bus and Louisville were eliminated from the American association pen nant race today. Milwaukee added io Its lead over Slinneapolis by winning both ends of a double header, while Minneapolis won one game. This places Milwaukee two and one-half games ahead of Minneapolis, with sev en to play for each team, PIER AT VENICE IS DESTROYED Los Angeles. Cal . Sept. 24 Four hundred feet of au unfinished amuso menl pier at Vented a seaside resort was destroyed tonight either by the high Heas or a blast of dynamite, Its construction w-ns discontinued uever al mouths ago owing to a labor mis understanding Spectators said they saw a flash but the roar of tho waves and the high wind prevented hearing any ex plosion. Dead fl6h were washed upon the beach The pier was being built by E. R. Maior, Los Angeles brewer and own er ol the Venice Baseball club. Maier and the directors of the pier were meeting tonight and discussing the continuation of the work. About $65,000 worth of concrete and steol construction has been done and the damage tonight was esti mated at $25,000. oo HASKELL INDIANS A 6TR0NG TEAM Lawrence. Kas . Sept 24 Coach Ffimedv of the Haskell Indian foot ball team announced tonight that he expected ins team this year to prove a strong contender against the stronger elevens of the Missouri val- loy. "I expect my men to defeat Ne braska," he said. The Haakell team Is strengthened this year by the acquisition of Wil liams, and Powell, former Carlisle stars. Seven of last years men arc back on the squad vu MINISTER'S WIFE A SUICIDE Edna, Kas , Sept. 24 Evidence In troduced today at the inquest to de termine the cause of the death of Mrs C. B. Littleton, wife of a for mer Methodist minister, here, tend ed to prove that tho woman commit ted suicide. A previous Inquest re sulted in a suicide verdict. Much of the evidence today was given by persons whose gossip had linked Rev Littleton's name with that of a woman member of his flock Teetlmony adduced failed to show that there were any grounds for the gossip, the circulation of which caused the woman to leave here. The minister's wife had heard the gossip, witnesses 6aid. oo 1 POLICEMAN KILLS A TOBACCO AGENT Chicago. Sept. L'5. A bullet fired fired by Policeman William Allen at three highwaymen early today struck an Iron trolley pole, deflected and killed William Lorlmer, a tobacco agent. Three friends who were talking with Lorlmer when he was shot seized the policeman and took him to the station, where he was placed under arrest. Another policeman heard the shots and arrested one of the robbers BUILDING UNROOFED IN WIND STORM Eureka. Kas . Sept 24 Two buildings in the business district were unroofed and several other buildings were damaged by a severe wind here tonight. Six persons were slightly injured Fanners In this vicinity reported much damage from the storm Trees were uprooted and many barns and fences were torn down. The Atchi son Topeka and Santa Fe depot here was wrecked. oo COLD STORAGE AND COST OF LIVING. Cold storage has the effect of In creasing slightly the price of a com modity at the time it is stored or at the time of production, but lowers the price during the period of scarcity, keeping the price on a much lower level for the year than would be pos sible otherwise To make this aver age still lower It will only bo neces sary to Increase cold storage facili ties. That there has been specula tion by means of cold storage by no means offsets tne advantages of re frigeration. Speculation in foods did not begin with tho Invention of cold storage, and Is still carried on irre spet tlve of cold storage. That there are abuses, such as the putting into cold storage of products not in a perfect condition, is patent to all. but such abuse may be easily regulated by public inspection What we need is a great extension of coin storage If temporary cold storag" warehouses could be established in every farming district it would be of inconceivable advantage to the farm ers and the consumers, and would vastly Increase the country's produc tlon of perishable food products In these local warehouses the farmers could store their produce until ship ment to the larger markets was or dered. Every larmer could produce to the limit of his capacity and feel assured of no loss from waste and a fair average price for his goods One of the most important factors in cheapening the cost of foods Is the simplifying and systemizlng of dis tribution, and this cold storage, un der proper regulations, insures Frank Leslies Horace Worth Vaughn Horace Worth Vaugh, the new con gressman from Texarkana in the first Texas diatrict. succeeds Senator Morris Sheppard in the house Mr. Vaugh was a democrat and was city attorney of Texarkana years ago, when Congressman Rohert L Henry was mayor Since then he has held many public offices and resigned from the state legislature to ent-r congress He Is forty-six years old ECZEMA ON SCALP ITCHED HHP BIIEO Would Fester and Come to Head, Could Not Sleep. Hair Fell Out. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured in Two Weeks. p y p. No. 1 Poymour, Mo ' My clp brolt" out with line pimplpn at tha trt. They Itched and burned o much that I w ia compelled to acratch them and they would fester aod come to a h wvd and break oat again. Tb trouble was attended by iuc.h bnmlnj and Itching I could not kief p. alio when I twaat It bumod tho tame My hair feU out grad ually and lb acalp kapt rough and dry with itching and burning. Afwr abont two year the pimple broica out bwtweon my houlden. My cloth ing Irritated them. I waa uoublod with that caema live or ali year. "I tried everything that waa recom gawded without an benefit until I turd the OuUcrara 8op and Olntmaat according to direction, and Outicura Soap and Ointment carel me tonnd and well tn two weeka " (aignedl S. U Kllllan, Nov, 33. 1S13. For punploa and blackhoedi the followlug It a moat effective and uconontlcal treatment: Gontly Muear the affected perl with Culicura Ointment em the nnd of tho ttnger butdo not rub Waah off the Cuticura Otuluacnt In fh o minute with Cuticura Soap and hot watr nnd continue bathing for aome mlnutoa. Thli treatment la boat on rtaing and retiring. At other time uae Cuticura Boap freely for the toilet and bath to lt lu preventing Inflam mation. Irritation and clogging of the pore Bold evorywhore. Liberal sample of each mailed freo with 33-p. Skip Hook. Addrew post-oard Cutleur. Dopt T. Boaton." J-Men who ahavo and shampoo with Cu Houra Uop will find it beat for skin and icJp itate of Ohte. City of Teledo, Inr Oronty, Frtnk 3. Cheney miko (nth thut he li nler rirtner of tho firm of F. J, Chancy Ic Co.. do ng bulo In tho City of Toledo. County ind put aforraald. nd that aald firm will pay the aum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for rach and Tcry -na of fatarrh that cannot be cured by the o of Hall'a Catarrh Cur. FRANK J CHENEY. fiworn to bafoT ma and aobaorlhed In my prtirocc. this th day of Dreomber A, D . 1S8. 5al. A. W. OLEASON, Notary Public. Hall'a Catarrh Cure l taken Internally and arts directly upon tho blood and rnucoua iur facas of tna system. 8cnd for tratlmonlala, F. J, CHENET A C).. Toledo, O. Bold by all Drngd'ta, 75e. Take Hall s Family PU1 for constipation. CHICHESTER S PILLS W , TOE DIAMOND BRA5D, A yyiK. I.adical A.te jr Dnfil for yV ( CH-fhraJtrlDliBtiiDnqJAX C -lfl Bases', saalad with Blue Rlbboa. X fU v w Take o ether Bar ofyonr pj - 4Y Urnrtt A.k for CUI-ClTF.f)-TKK I C Ig DIAMOND BRAND 1'ILLfl, for M ljs JB years known at Beit. Safest, Always P.altable r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE LEGAL NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposal, for building aew irs In Sewer District No. 119, being Hudson avenue from 22nd to 24th jtreets; and Lincoln avenue from 19th to 20th itreets, under plane and specifications prepared by the City Engineer and approved by tho Board of City Commissioners, will be re ceived at the office of th City Engi neer in the City Hall at Ogden City. Ctah, until 10 o'clock a, m , on the 6th day of October, 1913, at which time all proposals received will bo publicly opened and read aloud. Plans and specifications can be ob tained upon application at tho office of the City Engineer after September 29, 1913. The right In reserved to reject any or all bldg and to waive any defects. By order of the board of Commis sioners. H, J. CRAVEN, City Engineer. First publication September 12, 1913. Last publication October 4, 1913. NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is hereby given by tne Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of the intention of said Board to make the following described improvements. to-wit: To create Ballantyne avenue from 'Jotli to 21st streets for a distance of 7&9.0 lineal feet, as a sewer district, and to construc t therein a pipe se9r together with the necessary manholes, and io connect all with the manholes of the present sewer system, and to defray the whole of the cost thereof, estimated at $900 00 by a local as sessment on the lots or pieces of ground lying and being within tho fol lowing district, being the district to be benefited or affected by said im provement, viz.: All the land hing between the outer boundary lines of said avenue and a lino drawn 132 feet outward from and parallel to the said outer boundary lines. Said district to be assessed for the cost of putting in the sewer between 20th and 21st streets on Bal lantyne avenue 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 2nd day of October. 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m , that being the time set by said Board of Commissioners when thoy will hear and consider such objections as may be made thereto, at the mayor's office al the city hall Ogden City, Utah. By order of the board of commis sioners of Ogden City, Utah. Dated this 9th day of September, 1913. H. J CRAVEN, j City Engineer. First publication September 9. 1913. Last publication, October 1, 1913 1 NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS OF THE OREGON LUMBER COMPANY Notice Is hereby given that a stockholders meeting of the Oregon Lumber company will be held at the I Company's office. No. 154 24th street, Ogden City. Utah, on the 29th day of September. 1913, at 11 o'clock a, m , for tho purpose of voting upon the adoption or rejection of tho follow ing proposed amendments to tho Art icles of Incorporation to-wit: Amend Article IV of the Artlcleg of Incorporation of this Company by striking out the same, and substi tuting in lieu thereof the following: Article IV. The objects, pursuit, purpose and nature of the business of this Company is to conduct, pur sue and carry on the business of owning and operating saw mills, flumes, shingle mills, planing mills and all kinds of wood working ma chinery; to own, operate, sell ani dispose of lumber yards; to buy, sell and manufacture lumber, lath, shin gles, sanh, doors, boxes, and all other ; products manufactured from lumber, i to own, operate, manufacture, gener ate, store, transmit, buy, sell and dis tribute electrical current for hea', light and power; and to erect, buy, sell, lease and otherwise acquire, op orate and maintain electric light, heating and power plants; to pur chase, own, acoulre, encumber. Bell and dispose of all kinds of real es tate within or without the United States, either for tho purpose of se curing a supply of timber for tho manufacture of lumber, or for thw purpose of using such timber lands (when cleared) or other lands, for agricultural purposes of all kinds; to appropriate, acquire, own and use water of lakes and running streams ior purposes oi lrriKaiion ana supply ing water for household and domestic consumption, watering livestock and for general irrigation purposes; to own, acquire, construct, operate and maintain irrigation systems or other water ways for the generation of electrical and other power, for gen eral sale and distribution, and for tho operation of its own mills, light ing, heating and power plants, and for the general distribution of water for sale and rental for irriKatlon, domes tic and livestock purposes and for the purpose of Irrigating lands belonging to this Company and other Individuals or concerns; and to dispose of any part or parts of such irrigation and power systems and water rights in such manner as the Board of Direc tors may from time to tlmo deter mine; to buy, sell, lease, distribute or otherwise dispose of water and water rights; to build transmission lines for light, heat, power, telephone or telegraph purposes and to acquire, buy, own and 6ell franchises ami ' rights-of-way for any of the purposes I herein mentioned to own, buy, sell, encumber, or otherwise acquire or dispose of stock In other corporations with the right to exercise such stock ownership In the same manner as i private individuals, and to have the l right to conduct its business, in anv or all of Its branches, In any or alt of the states of the United States, or without the United States." Said meeting is also to consider and act upon any and all matters which may properly come before iL D. C ECCLES, President , f HENRY H ROLAPP. Secretary Ogden, Utah, Auutl 19. 1913. OGDEN SHOE REPAIRING FACTORY : j) Ladles' Seved Solos 50c M Rubber Heels (any kind) 35c I ftajt7 Extra time for shoe repairing from I OjMffl.. m-c r rt 6 a m. to 9 p. fjjl YjJj3&j5"E j A" Kinds of Sh0s Done While s- . 323 24th Street. Jr ok) Miss Fashion Has Us Going Some! b wlffiSlvt' f 4k However, we still have 7BHf ' -V some versatility left for Ost(ir lighting your auto just a BS little different and better. " ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. 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