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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913. 3
1 READ THIS Jf ADVERTISING PRICES Want advertisements cost on cent per word each Issue; or 5 cents per line of five words per day, no first Insertion lese than 25 centa, or two k or more lnea per week at the rate of 25 eenta per line per week, or 75 centa per line per month. Remember five average worda make a line. All advertisements on this page muat be paid In advance. No exception to this rule. WANTED FEMALE HELP. h GREGG Shorthand can be learned at tho Central BusJnesB College In uJm three to five months. Let us save f you time and money. Ea9y to leam, eaBy to write, and aay to read Oppo- site P. O. Phone 764. 9-4-lwk FEMALE housekeeper. Phone 102? loreL 275 Grant Ground floor 9 86-tf 1 rit WANTED 6 lady demonstrators 1 txJ 244g WaBh, UpBtalrs. 9-19-lmo lnH,i WANTED a girl at The Virginia, ectt u 9-17-2wks e 'J.1! GIRL for housework Inquire 90S 24th St. Phone 864-W. 9-11 tf ntdc vj . aku' EXPERIENCED girl or women for housework. 709 22nd. Phone 1631 i Will pay good wages 3-3-tf JJJ5 WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED A delivery hoy with bicy cle Clarks. 9-25tf nVl YOUNG man about 16 years with CSS parents who has barn and who will fare for team Steady job Appl) at 1 281 24th St. 9-25-3t in EXPERIENCED collector with wheel "H wanted The National Outfitting ' Co, 2345 Washington Ave 9 23 tf in YOUNG man with some experience of store work 2363 Washington. 40$ 9-20-lwk 51.00 Mr Al once, strong able-bodied men foi work as laborers on steel tow er transmission line in Utah and 'ecJO Idaho. Clean, sanitary camps, good! food $2.00 per da and board, Ap-j ply Phoenix Construction company Firs' National Bank Bldg . Brigham 40-OC City, Utah 9-ll-2wks WANTED A good canvasser to sell 40.K real oil paintings, made by hand. pood commission. Address Oil Paint- ings. care the Ogden Standard; good 5&X referem es required 7 114c 'other SITUATIONS WANTED HONEST young man single Strong . V and willing to work, wants position ' as drr for w holesale Ot retail store. 8H I c an drive .iuro or horses Adaress 16' '5th St Phone No 516 W Call Jfe Koom :3. 9-23-1 wk DRESSMAKING. 2612 Lincoln Phone 1285 J 9-22-lmo i DRESSMAKING, plain 6ewlng. 427 24th St. 9-20-lwk Si t WANTED By reliable woman wash ing to do at home for private homes or school teachers Phone 2126 M 8-30-1 wk QUIET, respectable home for con H I flnement and non-contagious sick . cases Mrs Dalton, 473 31st BL ; ' Phone 1221-W 8-21-lmo I , POR RENT MISCELLANEOUS STORE for rent 620 24th St Tel 609 ! STORE room 2464 Grant, reasonable Inquire A G. Fell, Mayors office, STORE room 2238 Washington; 2 jj story, full basement, 100 feet deep I Rent reasonable Inquire A. G. Fell, Mayor's office. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS 20 HORSES for pasturage Inquire A. Jackson, phone 328-J. 9-6-lmo WANTED Clean, wnite old rags, at the Standard office. Phono 56. 360 24th at BOARD AND ROOM. I ROOM and board In private family 2848 Childs avenue. 9-26-1 wit 1 ROOM and board, 759 23rd St. Phone 441-W. 9-24-lwk Hk NEWLY opened boarding house; largo J front rooms Bath. Home cook ing. 447 21st Street. 9-24-lwk I MELROSE first-class board; large j steam heated rooms, very reason - I able Phone 1613-R. 9-18-lmo I FURNISHED room suitable for gen tleman with or without board, 526 2Sth street. 9-17-lwk ASTROLOGIST. jj LISTEN here! Madam Yogis, the greatest farseer, aatrologlst, palm 1 and card reader. Call and be con vlnced Bhe Is the best. 182 1-2 26th jj at. Newdale rooms THREE WILD AND WOOLY HOLDUPS I Pocatello. Ida., Sept 26 A typical I frontier holdup was attempted last night when three men entered the I loon of W, A. West across the rTTtr I from American Falls and attempts ! the Intimidation of a crowd by firing i BhotB into the floor. West grabbed a six-shooter, dodged behind the bar end looked for an opening. The would-be robbers backed out of tho saloon. j Th saloon is in dry territory In Idaho, and the license was excepted In this Instance when Power county i vu formed. SF The saloon was crowded. The holdups got nothing A posse has been after them al! day. oo Th present congress Is being earn estly Invited to go down in history a legislative record-breaker. Washington Star. FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND APARTMENT8. NEW modern pressed brick bungalow, neatly furnished, 23rd and Madison. Skeen Realty Co , under First Nation al Bank Phone 913. 9-25 lwk ROOM with stream heat and bath for gentleman. $2 50 per week, close in; references, 2341 Adams Ave 9-4-lmo FIVE-rooni furnished, $18. 962 Wash Inton 9-26-3t THREE furnished rooms for house keeping Tel. 1269-J 2S5" Quincy. 9-24-lwk FOR RENT Furnished new, clean. comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2 week up 536 Slat St. 3-13-lyr MODERN furnished house 2347 Madi6on. Phone 1955-R 9-20-lwk HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Mori roe. 914-lmo FOR housekeeping; gas, bath also sleeping rooms 427 24th St 9-1 3-1 mo MODERN furnished room with use of parlor, $10, board if desired. 335 28th. 9-1-lwk COREY apartments, moaern and rea sonable 2566 Washington ave. 5-24-tf DOUBLE parlors, use of kitchen and piano 233 Monroe. 9-4-1 mo HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 171 22nd St 9 10-lmo FOUR room furnisher) apartment; ground floor, all modern. 648 24th 9 10 tr FRONT bedroom, bath. 315 27tn SI 9-6-lwk FURNISHED flats. 2634 Grant Ave. 4-16-lyr FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AND APARTMENTS. FOUR-room house. 2850 Harrison 9-26 lmo THREF front rooms, light and water $10. 263 21st St rhone 2239-J 9 26 1 wk FIVE-room modern brick house. $25 per month. 471 22nd St 9-20-tf FIVE-room, modern house; Includ ing gas, 15b9 24th, Inquire Hor rocks Bros 9-l'-ti ONE fle-room house, $10 per month. one 7-room house, $12.50 per month Phone 612. 9-16-12wkfi BIGHT-room modern bric k house 2171 Reeves Ave.; rent $20; phone 339. John J. C.reiner. 128 25th St. 9-9-tf FOUR-room. $12; 6-room. $15, close in, water, lights. 2150 Adams. 9-4-lwk SEVEN room onck. modern bouse. basement Apply 2026 Jefferson. Phone 2380. 8-25 if 4 ROOM flat, unfurnished Over Smith Grocery, 26th and Wash. Phone 284 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WE hae for sale a well-located general repair shop doing a busi ness of $400 to $500 per month. Rent and operating expense very light; good permanent business established, full outfit of machinery and tools Hero is an opening for some live person Must be taken up quick Don t telephone. See us. Matbews McCulloch Co, Under First Nat'l Bank 9-19-tf MEISELB ACH'S Private Business College, 2656 Adams, is personally conducted b an experienced Mer chant and competent teacher Enroll for the new course 8-22 -lmo TUTORING. PUPILS In private home; for further Information call phone 1556. 9-5-3t FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. ONE fine thoroughbred O. 1 C Pig; excellent individual, come and see State Srhool for Deaf and Blind 9-26-1 wk STUDEBAKER 25. 1913 model. usd four months, cheap for cash. Phono 1535-W. 9-26-41 THOROUGH bred Holstelu Bull. 1 years old 371S Washington avenue Phone 1393-M. 9-25-lwk HOUSEHOLD furniture, including pia no and roll top desk, also house for rent. 2346 Wall 9-24-1 wk HOUSEHOLD Furniture Inquire 520 -'2nd St 9.24-lwk INDIAN Motorcycle, first class condi tion, cheap, if taken at once Phone 2365. B-23-lwk ELEVEN hundred pound horse for delivery purposes. Apply 311 27th St 9-23-1 wk ALMOST new Jewel Gas range at 1948 Jackson, cheap if taken at once. 9-20-lwk HOUSEHOLD furniture of 8-room house. 2525 Adams. Phono 1743 9-20-lwk PULLEYS, SHAFTING AND HANGERS Cheap for caah. ow Ing to a change In our press room the following are offered for sale. Can be seen at the Standard office 36 feet of 2 3-16 Steel shafting with seven (7) 12 1-2 Inch drop hang ers. 1 22-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 16-lnch 8 1-2 face 6teel pulley. 1 12-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley 1 17-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley 1 24-lnch 6 1-2 face steel pulley. Thcso are all split pulleys and can be used upon any size shafting 1 ti-lnch, 4-lnch face, wood pulley. 1 12-lncb, 6 12 Inch face, wood . ul-ley- APPLES, 25 cents per bushel. If call ed for. Phone 398-R. 9-4-tI KINDLING wood. Yard on Hudson Ave., bet. 2Srd and 24th Su. Pbone S17-J. 12-2S-tf FULL sized ink barrels, $1.00 apiece. Inquire Evening Standard, 360 24th 8u Phone St. i-18-tf MONEY TO LOAN SMALL amounts of money loaned to reliable people on short notice; call Phone 1613-J. 9-24-lwk ANY amount on real estate Bichsel. Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg. MONEY advanced salaried people on easy payments, no security, alBO 1 loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake, over Paine & Hurst. ON farm or city property. Any amount Purdy, 2478 Washington. 6-11-tf MONEY on first mortgage real es tate loans. Kelly & Herrlck. 8-16-tf LOANS on Improved fan . or city property. HUNTER &. KENNEDY, 423 24th St., opposite court house. 5-12-tf I MONEY to loan on city and farm j property. Any amount, no delay Mathews-McCulloch Co . under First ' National Bank. Phone 301-W. MONEY to loan on watches, dla monds. jewelry, firearms, etc. Un I cle Sam's Loan Office, established ! 1SS5. The Money Lenders of Ogden. 278 25th St. C. H. Smith. Prop. 4-lyT MONEY to loan on real estate secur ity. J. J. Brummitt. 4-27-tf ! UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM PANY ANNUAL MEETING 165 Broadway, New Ycrk, N Y . Aug. 27, 1913 The annual meeting of the etock- holders of Union Pacific Railroad i compan will be held at Its office at ' Salt Lake City, Utah, on Tuesday. October 14, 1913, at 12 o clock noon. I for the purpose of electing fifteen di rectors of the Company, and of trans acting such other business as may legally come before the meeting For the purposes of the meeting, the books for the transfer of stock (both preferred and common) will be closed at 3 o'clock p ra , on Mon day, September 22, and will be re opened at 10 o'clock a. m , on Wed nesday, October 15. 1913 ALEX MILLAR, Secretary STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice of Stockholders Meeting, Un ion Pacific Land Company The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Union Pacific Land com pany will be held at the office of the company, In Salt Lake City, Utah, on Tuesday, October 14, 1913. at 11 !o clock, a m. for the election of six lG) directors of the company, and tor the transaction of such other business as may legally come before the meeting The books for the transfer of stock will be closed for the purposes of the meetlug at the close of business Sat urday, September 27th. 1913, and will be reopened on Wednesday, October 15th. at 10 oclock a m. ALEX, MILLAR, Secretary. FARM TO TRADE FARM near town for house, close In C D. IVES. 380 25th St. 115-lyr GOVERNMENT CASES TO BE HEARD AT DENVER Salt Lake, Sept. 26 Hiram E Booth, United States district attoi ney, departs today for Deuer. where he will attend the session of the Eighth circuit court of appeals. Four Utah cases will come up, the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake rail road against the United States, and the United States against the Union Pacific, the Southern Pacific and the Utah Power & Light company Of these cases the last named ia declared to be by far th most import ant If is a trespass suit involving the company's right to remain with its plant on the Cache national for est The power company claims n got the right under an old law made in 1866. but the goernment claims that thp matter romes under the 1896 laws and that the company built Its plant, while the latter law was In ef feet, without asking permission of the interior department. The deci sion of the court will not only affect the power company vastly, but will have an important bearing on several like cases now pending If the Utnh Power & Light company be ejected from the national forest, or be made to pay rentals dating back from the time of Its occupation of the lands, the financial bearing of this one case will be large, while the precedent mav be a controlling factor oer many millions of dollars of investments in Utah. Two briefs have been filed for the government by Hiram E. Booth and R, F. Feagans of Ogden Waldemar Van Colt. Dwlght W Morrell and Clde C Dawson and others represent the company, and many other attor neve are interested in the case, dl rectly or indirectly oo UTAH FARM PROSPECTS APPEAL TO TRAVELER Salt Lake, Sept 26 After Beeln Canadian vistas where the wheaC fir-Ids stretch clear to the sky line, after seeing citlps which have sprung from those fields to municipalities with a population of nearly a quarter million, after looking over the sun burned portion of the middle west. J. H Manderfield. assistant geigril freight and passenger agent of th Salt Lake Route and Its chief repre senfatlve in Salt Lake, declared jee tcrday that he was more than pleased that his lot had been cast in Utah. Mr. Manderfield went to Chicago, where he visited a few days with relatives and friends In hie boyhood home, iheD attending the meeting of traellng passenger agents at St Paul. Minn., the largest gathering of its kind in the history of American rail roading, and then went up into Canu da going as far as 8askaton. "Towns like Winnipeg make you think a little," said Mr Manderfield. "Their growth from nothing to nearly a quarter million Is astounding And they are built up on wheat that wheat uhlch stretches an far as you can Bee from tho lines of the rail road, and stretches that way through an entire day s ride. "That made mo think. The yield there is fifteen to twenty bushels an I FOFSALE I REALjSTATE LET US SHOW YOU THE BEST BUILT HOUSE IN OGDEN. NEW modern 5 room brick bungalow, all interior carpenter work hand done by owner himself. Has cement i cellar, large screen porch, built In buffet, and kitchen cabinet. Both ex cellent pieces of workmanship. Price onl $3200. Phone 913. SKEEN REALTY CO 9-25-3t A FARM THAT MUST BE SOLD. Party Is leaving state; 40 acres of good sandy loam just 2V3 miles from center of Ogden. Have 8 acres of 2-year old apple and peach orchards; 1 acre of dewberries, 3 acres of toma toes, 7 acres of alfalfa; balance has been In peas and potatoes this year, will sell this farm for $5000. but must be taken at once SKEEN REALTY CO PHONE 913. 9-24-lwk THREE acres on 12th street will trade for citv property Apply to owner. Z care Standard -26 lwk A REAL SNAP 5-room modern new cottage close In; 916 23rd St, JL'OOO Owner E T Woollev. 625 South Second East. Salt Lake City. 9-24-tf J475 will buy lot 40x132 to alley on 29th, one half block west of Wall avenue, north side, car line, sidewalk if vou see it you will buy it. Inquire 2250 Jackson." 9-25-lwk AN elegant lot. 171 feet deep located on Lincoln avenue, $10 per front foot,' $50 down, 510 pep month I I Brummitt Under Utah National Bank A home built to suit you. Terms easy. Phone 1427. R.C.McBride. 1 I SIX-room house with one-hall acre land, fruit and shade trees, located on car line, $1500; terms to suit. J. ! J Brummitt Phone 59. 4-ROOM house, two lots, near In dustrial school Fruit trees, chick i Oil coop and barn; half block from car line Phone 2024-M. 3-18 lwk I An elegant 6 room bungalow located near Sarred Heart academy, large basement, screened porch and large lot. for only $2700. $300 down, bal- , ance same as paying rent, low rate of interest. J. J Brummitt. Under Utah ' National Rank. rHB be6i vineyar orchard or berry land in Weber county, under tho eber and Davis canal on the Sand Ridge, 3 miles from Ogden. IMPROVED 20 acres, partly In fruit, with two I room house, per acre $225 UNIMPROVED I 20 acreB at $200 per acre 20 acres at 160 per acre 14 acres at 100 per acre 15 acres at 125 per acre 10 acres at 100 per acre 16 acres at 125 per acre 12 acres at . 80 per acre Easy terms. Inquire of HUNTER KENNEDY, 428 24th St., or J F. Parsons, Broom Hotel 9-10 lmo good 4 room cottage with cl water and electric light, well located, near depot, only $1400; any kind of terms. J. J Brummitt. Phone 59. SNAP on good 20 acre farm; close In, good house, barn, granery. In quire 2774 Wash. Ave 9-13-lmo 40 ACRES the best In Park valley, $15 per acre. 20 lots, Ogden, $7o each 2054 Adams 9-6-lmo ONE of the greatest snaps In the city an elegant 7-room modern bunga low 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 $3000, $500 down, balance same as paying rent, low rate of Interest J J. Brum mitt. Under Utah National Bank. 6-ROOM modern bungalow, lot 60x 166, good lawn and shade; on car lino close to buBines center An ele gant house In the best location in Ogden. Good terms price $4500.00. Mathews-Mcculloch Co, under First National Bank. 9-3-tf STORE Fine cement batcment; new stock, delivery outfit, choap Phone 1427. 8-21-tf ONE of the tlnest lots on the bench 176 feet deep to twenty foot alley, located near Farr srhool building; $lu0, $10 down. $5 per month. J. J Brummitt. Phone 59 "farm for sale FIVE-acre farm with 5-room house. $2650. one 1 1-4 acre plac with large house; city car line nortn $L'Idi. il. M Barrows Co.. 24644 Washington aenue. 9-22-31 , 200 LOTS, well located on the bench. these are all nice sightly lots These lots are a great snap at $26 per lot. any kind of terms, low rate of Interest J J Brummitt, phone 69 A modern 5-room cottuge with trees. lawn, everything In good shape, lo cated near the depot, for only $2300; $200 down, balance same as paying rent J J Brummitt Phone 69 HOUSE for sale Inquire 2353 Mon roe 9-4-lmo AN elegant lot, 50x115 feet, within J blocks of Utah National bank, only S1200 any kind of terms, low rate of interest J J Brummitt. Under Utah National Bank acre in a good year, while in Utah a good yield is thirty fie bushels from an acre of dry farm and hs high ns fifty from irrigated land Th;it land will never be worth over $75 or $Ro an acre while our Utah lann. much as there is still unfilled, la going to be worth much more "The corn in the middle wegt, to a Teat man who doesn t know an awful lot about corn, looked pretty j bad In Nebraska, very good In spots in Iowa, and good enough for anvbody In Illinois." 00 FAMOUS RHODE ISLAND It was a geography iesson. and the teacher had been asking wnat some of the different states were noted for Looking at one of the little girls, 1 she asked: 'Tell me. Florence. what Rhode Isiand is celebrated for" For a moment the child was si lent, then an Inspiration apparently came to her. "Rhode Island." replied the little girl. "Is celebrated for being the only one of the United States that Is the cniallest." Harper's Magazine. 00 QUITE WILLING Kindly Disposed Magistrate Don't ou think this is a case that could be settled out of court' Plaintiff I thought of that but the coward won't fight London Opinion. Classified advertisements on this page cost one cent per word, each in sertion But no first insertion can be lesB than 25 cents. Or you can run the classified advertisement for 25 cents per line per week, but no weekly advertisement can be less than 50 cents. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for furnishing ma terlal and building sidewalks in Side walk District No 123, being both sides of Ogden avenue between 7t 0 and 8th streets for a distance of 39K feet, and on Second street west from Washington avenue beginning at the point on tho south side of Second street, 344.4 feet west of Washington avenue, thence east to Washlngtou avenue and on the north side of the street from Washington to Wall ave nue, under plans and specifications prepared by the City Engineer and ap proved by the Board of Commission ers, will be received at the office of the City Engineer, in the City Hall. Ogden City Utah, until 10 o'clock a I m.. on the 15th day of October, 1913. at which time all proposals received! I will be publicly opened and read I aloud Plans and specifications can be ob tained upon application at. the office of the City Engineer, after October 8, 1913 The right is reserved to re ject any or all bids and to waive any defects. By order of the Board of Commissioners H J CRAVEN, City Engineer First publication, oeptember 22. 1913 Last publication October 14, 1913. I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the City Engineer, in the Cltv Hall. Ogden City, Utah, up to and Including Wednesday, October 15, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at which time said bids will be publicly opened and read aloud, for furnishing materials and doing the work of paving with 7 Inches of concrete together with all necessary excavating and grading therefor, of Lincoln avenue from the south side of 26th street to the north side of 30th street To be hereafter known as paving district No 109 All work to oe done under plane and specifications pre pared by the City Engineer and ap proved by the Board of Commission ers Plans, specifications and full in formation can be had upon application to the City Engineer after October 0 1913 The right is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive any defects. By order of the Board of Commission ers. H. J. craven, city Engineer, First publication. September 22"; 1913 Last publication October 14 1913 ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of Weber Coun ty. State of Utah. John Smedlng. Plaintiff, versus James D. Walker, his wife. Jane Doe ; Walker, whose other and true name ' is unknown, and the unknow n heirs at law, devisees, and legatees of James D Walker, and Jane Doe Walk er, his wife, whose other and tnn 'name Is unknown- Alexander M. Gll mour, and his w ife. Jane Doe Gil -mour, whose other and true name is unknown, and the unknown heirs at law, devisees, and legatees of Alex ander M. Gllmour, and his wife, Jano Doe Gllmour, whose other and true name is unknown, John T Rich, and I his wife Jane Doe Rich, whose other j and true name Is unknown and the unknown heirs at law, devisees, and legatees of John T. Rich, and hU wife. Jane Doe Rich, whose other and true name Is not known; Oliver G. Snow, and his wife Jane Doe Snow, whose other and true name is 1 unknown, and the unknown heirs al law, devisees and legatees of Oliver G Snow . and his wife Jaue Doc Snow, w hose other and true name Is j not known. and all creditors of James D Walker, Alexander M GH- : mour. John T. Rich, and Oliver G Snow whose names are unknown; and all other persons whose names are unknown, who have or claim to I have, any right, title or interest In ' and to the real property hereinafter described Defendants The State of Utah to the Said De fendants: You are h( rebv summoned to ap pear within twenty days after serv ice of this Summons upon you. If Berved within the County in which this action is brought, otherwise, within thlrtv days after service, and defend the above entitled action; and in case of your failure so to do. judgmeut will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which haB been filed with the Clerk of said Court, together with a copy for you This action II brought to recover a judgment against defendants, and each of them, forever quieting plain-j tiff's title to certain real estate de scribed in plaintiff's complaint, at I Tollows: Lots 41, 42, and 43 of Block 1. Val ley View' addition to Ogden City. Utah JOSEPH CHEZ. Plaintiff's Attorney, p O Address. 403-4 First National Bank Building, Ogden. Utah L : 1 I 5 Room modern press brick, close in, $1675 on small monthly pay meitts See CARL RASMUSSON Phone 115 350 - 24th INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY I READERS OF THE PRESS I Alphabetically arranged directory of business houses that supply your wants. MASONIC Queen Esther chapter J No. 4, O E. 8 , regular meetings held St Masonic hall on Washington ave. between 25th and 26th sts.. the first and third Fridays of each month. So journing members cordially Invited to attend. Fannie M. Whlttemore, W. M,; Callle E. Cave, Secretary. Unity Lodge No. 18. F. & A. M.. Masonic Temple, 2550 Washington avenue. Meetings eery 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. Ladles of the Maccabees, Silver hive No. 1, L O T M., meets every first and third Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock, and every second and fourth Thursday afternoons at 2.30 o'clock. In Eagles' hall. 2441 Hudson ave. Vis Itlng members cordially Invited to at tend Kathryn Eggleston, L- C L. Jennie Prout. R. K. Queen City Rebekah Lodge No 4, IOO. F., meets second and fourth 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 Ogden Circle No. 581. meets every Wednesday night at 7 30 o'clock, New Woodmen Hall, Fraternity Bldg. Visiting neigh bors invited Dues can he paid to Dr Alice M Ridge. M D.. 57-58 Lewis block Eliza Bremer. G. N.. 464 22nd St St. Marie Crltes, clerk. 2731 Mon roe avenue 910 '( Knights of Pythias Ogden lodge No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at Castle hall, Utah National bank build j Ing, every Monday evening All K. of Ps are requested to meet with us W H. Luddington C C . W. G. Kind.' M of E ; W. L. Underwood. K. of R and S. LADIES of the Maccabees of the World. Siher Hive No. 1, meeU ever first and third Friday evenings at oclock; and every second and fourth Friday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock. In Woodmen Hall Fraternity Block. Visiting members cordially In vited to attend. KATHRYN EGGLESTON L. C. L JENNIE PROUT. R K. Royal Neighbors of America Meets every second and fourth Monday nights of each months at 8 p. m , 4at the new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity building Visiting neighbors Invited. Duei can be paid to Mrs. Auna Rles Finle'! M D , room 21 Lewis block India Sawyer, Oracle, 2453 Harrison Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and Quincy. SILVER Tent No. 1, Maccabees of the World, meet second and fourth Fri day nights at 8 o'clock p. m. at Woodmen hall. All visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. E. A. Ste phenson, Commander Paul M Lee, Record Keeper 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 oclock Visiting Brother Owls are invited to attend the nest meetings. Fred Cal iihan, President, J Oliver. Secretary, J41t Washington avenue i , , SEGO Lily Circle No. 174 meets every' second and fourth Thursdav mgbu at 8 p. m., in I. O. O. Fal hall. isn ing neighbors tordlall invited. Iran ces Coppock, 657 27th St Kate Hey man. Clerk. Bell phone 1247-J. Woodmen of the World Weber Camp No. 74, meets in the W u. hall, Frateruit block, 2o20 Washing ton avenue, ever Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Isitiug Woodmen cor ulally invued to attend C. E CANSKE, C. C E. AUTH. Clerk. Modern Woodmen oi America Utah camp No. 99ti meets tvery first and third Tuesda evenings at 6 o'clock at K. oi P. hall. Twenty fourth sl and Washington ave. Visiting members invited. W. H Drauey, Cousul. J. U Shaler, Clerk. Brotherhood of American Yeomen Ogdeu Homestead. No. liiUi, meets on Uibi and third luuisday evenings u new 1 O. O. F. hail, FraternitJ build ing. Washington avenue. visiting Archers are cordiall Invited to meet with us. Addle L Williams, Fore man, l!u 'iweniy-nrsi street, J. A. Junk, Correspondent. Washing ton avenue. Fraternal Order ol Kagles ugden Aerie- No US. V. O E , meets every Wednesday evening at Eagles hall, Hudson ave., at 8 o clock. Visiting Uiothei tables are invited to allenu tho aerie meetings Club rooms open at 11 a. m- W Griffin. W. Piesi uent. E. R Gelger, secretary. Dr C. U. W'ardleigh, .-erie Physician. ORDR Of- RAILWAY CONDUCT ORS W taatch Division No. 124, O. It. C., neU second and fourtn Friday at'.' 30 P m., m & ' Hall corner Wrehingiou avenue and Tvvency fo rth street. All brothers are cor di lly luvlted to attend. C H. Pear s q, C. C. D L. Boyle, S and T NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals tor ouilding se s ers In Sewer District No ISO being Hudson avenue between 2Sth and 88th streets, under plans and specifica tions prepared by the City Engineer and approved by the Board of Com missioners, will be received at the ol flee of the City Engiueer in the City Hall at Ogden City. Utah, until 10 o'clock a m.. on the 1'utb day of Oc tober. 1913, at which time all pro posals received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Plans and specifications can be oh talned upon application at the otflca of the City Engineer after October 13. 1918. The right is reserved to reject an) or all bids and to waive any defects B order of the Board of Commissioners. H J. CRAVEN, CitJ Engineer First publication, September 26, 1 9 1 -1 Last publication. October 16. HHo. Advertisement! in this column cost 75c per line per month, pay able in advance. ACCORDION PLAITING DONE in all lengths. 2568 Cole't Court, rear 240 26th St TeL 1180-M. ! E. T. HTJLANTSKI, First National Bank Bldg. 12-11-tf ATTORNEYS LAWYER O'CONNOLLY, over Cora merclal National Bank Blldg.. 369 24th St Phone 111 BILLIARDS AND POOL BAKFR'S Billiard room. 2452 Grant Ave NOT THE BIGGEST BUT THE BEST. We have the coziest cozy Bil ; Hard Room in Ogden, and all standard I high grade; no cheap; four slate ta bles at Baker's. BOOKBINDING j. WILSON Book and loose leaf de vice manufacturer. Upstairs. 2465 I Wash. Ave Phone 850. 12-30-lmo CHIROPRACTOR F ,J FREENOR, D, C. Graduate Chiropractor. No drugs, surgery or osteopahy; try chiropractic (spinal adjustments.) Room 14 Commercial Nat'l Banl; Bldg Phone 311. 6-7-tf CARPET CLEANING K VAN KAMPEN Phone 883 for up holstering, mattress making, re streichlng of bed sprtnga CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER O. STUART, estimates free. Don t miss nlm. 2952 Wall, pbone 373-R. 9-3-lmo HATS CLEANED HATS cleaned, blocked and retrlm med Ogden Hat Works 221 1-3 26th SL 6-13-tf JUNK i OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have any kind of Junk. ;hone us up. We will call for It. Tel 210. LANDSCAPE GARDENING J LANDSCAPE GARDENING 10PT. .. , LET us design your home grounds We also plant according to your plans. William Thomas Suilwell, 140 1 28th St. Phone 93-M. 9-4-lmo PAINTING, PAPERHANGINJ PAINTING, paperhanging and tlntiug. J. Den Hannog Phone 671-R. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON DR. A. FERN LUND, Physician and Surgcun. Ollice hours 11 to 4 p. m , ,Nev Peery Bldg Hudson Ave. Pnone lauu-W. Residence puouo -'L'-W. olj Washington avtrnue. 6-1 L-'.i NOTARY PUBLIC C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty fiftn St. PHOTOGRAPHY CRAWSHAW STLDIO ZL'J 25th Street. Fine An lnoioyraby Luiiie and h.it: a Billing, PRINTING WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good i work. 2465 W'asu. Ave. ruoue 85U. 12 luiu ! SANITARY WORK VOUK garbage hauled regular. Sau uarj can luruisucd iret. banuary Uaiot Pnone oi, CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co., o iuu i- ii pnoue iuift-vV. SECOND-HAND GOODS NEW AND SECOND HAND lumiture, clothing and bhoet, buugnt, boIU or ' eitliaUbtu . also U ulm and iuutaset (.ntap. a Siner. Pnona 1JJ1. 17a W iweuiy-lULU St, tU-lyr I TRUNKS REPAIRED GALLACHfcK repairs trunks'. 350 join SL 6 2o-lmo. VACUUM CLEANERS ONE DOLLAR per day, delivered and called tor Electric Service Co , Phone SS. L'p 21th SL NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for furnishing ma terial aud buildiug sidewalks in Side walk District No 122, being both sldei of Chester street from Wash ington avenue east to Jerfcrson ave nue, also both sides of Capitol avenue from Harrison to Van Buien avenues, under plans and specifications pre pared by the City Engineer and ap proved by the Bard of Commission ers will be received at the office of the Citj Engineer, In the City Hall, Ogden, Utah, until 10 o !ock a. m . 0n the 30th da ot September At which time all proposals receiv ed will be publicly opened and read aloud. Plans and speciilcations can be obtained upon application at the office of the Citj Engineer, after Sep tember 23 1913. The right Is reserved to reject any lor all bids and to waive any defects. B order of the Board of Commission ers H .1 CRAVEN, City Engineer First publication September 6, 1913 Last publication September 23. 1913. PAPER AND STRING PROFITS Mr. Isaacs 1 sells you dot coat at a grand sacrifice Customer But you say that of all four goods. How do you vaaKo a liv ing. Mr. Isaacs Mein frlcnt. I makes a schmall profit on de paper and string. St Paul Dispatch.