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' THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH. THUR?rAV kirm.n .... (READ THIS ADVERTISING PRICES Want advertisement coat on cant per word each laaua, or 6 cent per line of five worda par day, no flrat Inserton leaa than 26 centa, or two or more ilnes per week at the rate of 25 centa par Una par weak, or 76 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 FOUR lady solicitors Apply Amund sen's Studio. 2465 Wash. Ave Hot 9 and 12 11-27-lwk GOOD girl; general housework; small family. 2444 Adams Applv after r I P m 11-26-2 ks HOUSEKEEPER waited. 3 In fam Hjr; (rood position to right partv; Inquire 301 24th St. or 578 23rd St 1 11-25-tfi CHAMBERMAID at Reed hotel 11-24-tf I ciai r,nir,.i.r,i DOOKKpp" KDO ien ographer. The National Outfitting ! Co.j 2?45 Washington Ave 11-23 lk AN experienced parlor girl at once Creen wells. 1 1 22 t f OOOD girl for housework. Apply at Nn 1 Ppprv A pis. 1 1 21 tf ll GIRLS betWMO II and 23 to joluj how; c.xperlenrp preferred, steady i employment Call 12 a m . Orpheuiq Thea I re 1 1 20 2l I SALESMEN WANTED SALESMAN "jcantert, earn $100 month ly; expenses, advertising or sell ci gars Woodfern to, New ofk N. Y 1 1-8 lmo I. SITUATIONS WANTED A YOUNG Japanese lady wants to do housework Call phone 1834 I, 11 27 lwk if EXPERIENCE chambermaid wishes Work In city. Address, Mrs. Amy Leonard. Gen Del Cltv ll.S4.1wk OFFICE cleaning by reliable woman. Phone 2034 10 27-1 wk DRESSMAKING 2012 Lincoln. Pbon 1 2S5-J a 22-lino I FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS pjj MODERN store room v ICi or without hasement, steam heated, and eleo em Tncally lighted, and gas in building tgr (3x90 Will rent all or pirt of buili tig Inquire 2S3 24lu Si I'hone 761 alt nis:: ib ' STORE for rent G20 24ih St Tel 603 WANTED QUICK TWO or 6 horse power gas engine ' Wedell. 11 19-luio m WANTED MISCELLANEOUS I ROUGH DRY washing, Phone 2034. 10-27-lwk WANTED Clean, wnite old rags, At the Standard office. Phono 66. SHU 0 24th at BOARD AND ROOM HOUSEKEEPING rooms furnished or - unfurnished. Utah hotel Phone - 1702. Taylor and Hoist, 371 22nd Si Phone 1702 e cater to tho work- i lngpeople. 11-26-tr ti FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE8, ROOMS AND APARTMENTS. X THREE-room modern furnished. 57a 26th St. Phone 1160-J 11-27 lwk 1 HREE furnished rooms for light housekeeping with bath, 456 22nd. 0 1126-lwk BY Dec. 1, 3 nicely furnished apts for housekeeping, no inside rooms. M block east of Washington avenue 441 21st St. 11-26-lt FOUR-room modern cottage; do IP' in. apply phone 1015-J 1126-lwk afl j 1 LIGHT housekeeping 2 or 4 rooms, aajf 549 22nd St. 11-25-lwk MODERN five-room house, furnish ed. 12600. Inquire, 2980 Grant. 1125-lwk tkW 6-ROOM modern No. 881 24th St. Purdy: 2478 Waih. Phone 485-J. 11-24-lwk FURNISHED rooms for light house- keeping 126 W. 22nd St. 11-24-lwk : 1 MODF.R s; hn.idL-r,., - ivuu iuuujo, rca sonable rent 2769 Grant avenue. I 11 22-1 wk ROOMS In modem home, suitable for one or two. 2341 Madison 11 81 lwk i FOR RENT Furnished, new. clean comfortable housekeeping rooms $2 eekup. 626 31at St 8-12-lyr 12 NINE-room house on 31st St Jisn.). 1 I u d" 11-19 lmo COREY apaj-tmute, modem and roa- aonable. 2666 Wash. Ave. FURNISHED rooms, heat and bath 1443 Herrick Ace Phone 1184-J. 10-30-tf URN18HBD flat a. 2034 Grant At iji 4-16-lyr. - V FOR RENT Wi VANISHED HOUSE. ROOMS s V AND APARTMENTS. k oni house on 31st St . $1S on w- 11-19-lrao aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH 1 . 2-ROOM house, ?6 per month. Phone 967. 11-24-tf THREFJ-room house. 886 1 2t h Phone MOW. 11-20-lmo UNFURNISHED liouseH, 311 27th SI . 4 rooms, 2718 Grant avenue, six rooms Apply 26.14 Grant. 10-20 tf MODERN 8 -room house; closa in; 117 50 per month. Phone 612. 11-11-tf FOUR-room modern. Rear S15 27th; no children. 10-13-tf IN fine neighborhood 8-room modem house, porches and flroplacea In quire 663 27th. 11-5 2wk LUi 1 NEW Japanese Lynx fur Globe theatre Tuesday evening Finder leave at Utahna Drug Store Re ward 11-26-21 GOLD watch and chain on Washing ton Ave or 25th. Return Stand-I ard. Reward 1126-lwk I PURSE containing about $35 no ann note signed by Ed Wavman and other papers Return Stajidard Of-,' l!ce. Reward. 11-24-lwk ! WHITE Spitz pup, followed lady down I 22rd street Wcdnesd.iv morning re turn to 2320 Qulncv Phone 979 .1 ' R i wnrd 1 1-20.".( HORSESHOE pin with amethst setting. Return Carr Drug Co Re ward ill B-iwk FOUND MESH bag; containing 2 large checks MM 20 cents Owner call at stan dard n.)6.:t FOR SALY MISCELLANEOUS BLACKSMITH shop, complete ser of tOOls rheait T:o "mu - -viii. rnonr 11-26-tf FURNITURE for sale. Phone ItTm or 1029 CapUoi n.2B-l w k GOOD. Ireh milch cow for sale p P Krockbank. Riverdale R l- n No 4 1124-31 BM FT or 2xS and 2x10 lumber rough; Si 8 pPI m Aso 2500 ft of rustic, ?27 per M. Inquire 244 27th 11-24 lwk , ! Uil-1' accept price offere,) ast Thursday morning for terrier pup 528 24th St 11-24 tr HEATER, used only a few weeks uashing machine sewing machine! Icior talking ma h:n. 1;,. . s, FOR SALE SWEET APPLE CIDER Wholesale and Retail at reasonable prices. Orders taken for devG-v Phone 439 W or 27-Y. North Ogden Exchange. George Thlnnes & Son H is 2w FULL sized ink barrels, $1 00 apiece Inquire Evening Standard, 200 21th Street Phone 00. 1-1S-U' BIDS will be received at Abela b stract office for a frame house and lenclng to be removed from premises also for 500 shares lu Ogden Bench I Canal, rlghi to reject blab reserved ! j KINDLING wood Yard on Hudson I I Ae., bet 23rd and 24th Sta. Phone ; 51 , J- 12-25 tf WE have received two car loads ! of registered and good grade I Guernseys and Jerseys ut co mar ket, 7th and Wash. 10-17 - tf MONEY TO LOAN SIX per cent loans on farms orchard lands, city resident or busing property to buy, build, improe ex tend or refund mortgages or other e cuntles. lerms reasonable. special privileges, correspondence Invited. Dept. L, 618 Commonwealth B'de Denver Colo, or Dept. L 749 Henry Bldg . Seattle, Wash. 11-4-lwk MONEY advanced salaried people on easy payments; no securitv; also loans on furniture, pianos, otc ' Drako over Palue & Hurst. J SMALL amount! of money loaned to reliable people on short notice; call Phone ".j. a lwk ArlJnJZ? vn real esta,e Blchsel, Commercial Nat' Bank Bldg. tf LOANS on improved farm or city ttFSJPfc HUNTER & KENNEDY. Mi 4th 3L, opposite court house tf MONEY to loan 011 city and farm Property. Any amount, no delay. Matthews-McCulloch to., under Firt National Bank. Phone 301W M2.E7 i,e ,'0an on etches. dlT monds, jewelry, firearms, etc Un- fus l;an 0rf,cc- establish 5,-! 0,)lo"e)' Underi of Ogden 2,8 2olh St C. H. smith. Prop. 9-27-Ivt j MONEY to loan on real estate eecur it). J. J. Brummltt. 4-27-U MONEY on first mortgage real"e7 tale loans helh & HerrirW .1 u , FOITSAIE REALJSTATE LOT, 60x137. on Madison avenue. Deal -,th street car, 1365. Phone 2268-W. I U-..-HVK ONE-acre best land in city; good 2 room house, large rooms, full ce ment basement; only g00. a refll barga'P H -'4th St. 11 HMV( NEW five-room bunga:ow. strlctlv modern, corner 28th and Grant, will sell below cost it laken at once In qmrn 14. James Court. 11-19-lwk AN elegant 5 room bungalow, near Sacned Heart academy, large base meiu, screened porch and large lot. for only 12700; 1300 down and balance same as paying rent; low rate of In terest J j Brummltt, Under Utah National Bank. rHREE-room house built last year'; vn prlc 65: easy terms; 24th s"tnt ford to OVPrlook ,hlF v ! ' ll-17-lwk TWO BARGAINS SSt 3 room '""ttag.. in excellent lo cation this plac is In fine snap? raln Jl 250, on month! v lor fn,!' 4room colta' bl r?,n0 a,nd 8n:xd, ,r?. chicken ;lnf,ectrlc Khted barn and out ? JP: on ldeal hon an Price Jm me for her partlcu- . , v- Canndy. Room 11. Cora merclal National Bank Bldg. U-8-tf A GOOD 4 room cottage with city wa tor and electric hghts. well located, near depot, only $HO0; any kind of terms. J j. Brummltt. Phone 59 ki ZM "I lo'' 50x1,5 within 2 11 -in 'tah XaUonal bank, onlv 11200; any kind of terms, low rate of NaUonal Bank BrUmmU- UQdcr h SACRlFjSALE NICE four-rcom cottage, pantry, closet, front and rear porch large lot good location; particulars to price and trmfi may be had calling I m ,?,filce' of Utah Nafi Bank Bldg, corner 24th and Wash 18 our opportunity, don't let It pass, also have a few choice resi dence lota In improved district In rgnt location and at right price P will be to your Interest to call 'and ! .. .uijuiry nemembcr the Place, under Utah Nai l Bank Bldg I Phone 199 and 662-R . j. t ritch ! low" 10-31-tf A nice lightly lot on 23rd street, 50 I 35 feet to alley, city water in front of lot. only ?200. $lo down 110 pe month. J. J. Brummltt. Phone 5'j ' AN Ideal lot for a home on 13th St near car line and school, 80x13''" large enough for a garden, an or- chard and to raise some chickens It 1 solves tho high cost of living Plenty I of water, easy terms. W. H Voorhles , Phone 1312-R. 10-18-tf LOT near Union depot. 510 per front foot, $10 down, 310 per month J J Brummltt, Under Utah National Bank CHICKEN ranch located about two blocks from the Farr school building on 22nd street and Harrison avenue consisting of one acre, nice and slgh: I) well adapted for chicken ranch (.lose to street oar line; a great snap I at $800, $100 down, balance $10 per month. J. J. Brummltt, Phone 59 a mm BARGAIN I A new 5-room modern brick bungalow, in very best location on Bench; fire place, nice bath, two bed rooms, full width front porch, screened sleeping porch, cemented base ment, walks and sewer paid lot 38x 1 32 to alley. Will take city lot as part payment. Best kind of terms, and time on' balance. Quick action neces sary. Don't telephone, see us, under First National bank. j MATHEWS-McCULLOCH COMPANY. A BRICK cottage, close in. in best residence district, reasonable term to suit buyer. Inquire 2030 Washing ton AN 113.1ml FOR SALE j ONE ACRE on 29th St. Bench. Must be sold with in next few days. Biggest bargain in Ogden, at $600.00. Mathews-McCulloch Co. j Under First National Bank. FARM TO TRADE FARM near town for house, close In C. D. IVES. 380 25th St. M? 1 r LEGAL J NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW A. G. Fell, T. Samuel Browning and Joseph C Nye. Commissioners of Ogden City Utah, sitting as a Board of Equalization and Review or tho special and local ta.s to be levied and assesstd by ordinance up on property abutting on the easl Bide ot Monroe Avenue from Twenty-firs' to Twenty-second streets and on' both Fides of Monroe Avenue from Twen ty -second to Twenty-fifth Streets known as Curb and Gutter District No 109. hereb.v giro notice that the lists of property In the said District to be taxed has been completed and that they will meet In the Mayor's Office at the City hall Ogden City Utah, from 9 o'clock a. m to b o'clock p. m. for fivt con'secuthe days, commencing December 2 I9n to and Including December 6 l9r' and will remain in session on ech of : these days during said hours for the purpose oi hearing any person feel-i ing aggrieved, and t0 make correc-1 Hon of any tax deemed unequal or unjust, and during the sitting of said Board Bald lists of property and the ! taxes proposed shall then 'and there be opon to public Inspection By or. lei of the Board A. G FELL. Mayor, GEO ft SEAMAN, I It, Recorder Fjrst publication November K. Last publication, December 1. 1913. I LEGAL Delinquent Assessment. Warren Irrigation compan) prin cipal place of business Warren ber county, Slate of Utah ' NOTICE: There are delinquent an on the following described Mock o , account of asBehMment levied on the luth day of September, 1913 the eaV era! amounts opposite the name of the respective atockholder follows: No certificates of stock have been lEEUOd, Name Amount NrH?ndecn o Nellie Hall 2f) 40 nn Charles H Ellsworth. 20 4o!ool 'Chai uken 26 66.00 I Alfred D. Skeen 50 l00.00 t . B. ludklns ..... 20 3i0n Walter H Payment .2 4 m .Ichn Etherington 15 3000 Leroy Barker ;;30 B0;00 0 A. Kennedy 5 1 B. Judk.ns . . JO 40 00 Joseph E Hansen 5 9 50 Henry Y adman 10 13 00 Moroni Skeen . g g 00 Joseph Skeen i-j,,,, XN (' Rhw 40 And In accordance with law and in compliance with a resolution of the Board of Directors made on said I loth day of September. 1913, so manv Shares of each parrel of said stock ! as may be necessary, will he sold at the Public School House in yald Warren Precinct. Wnber County State of Utah, on the 17th dav of December, 1913. at the hour of 2 0 clock p m., to pay the delinquent assessment thereon together with I the cost of advertising and expenses or the sale. J. M. FOLK MAN. Secretary. Residence and office at Warren 1 tah This the 25th day ot November, 1913 PERSONAL. MADAME YOGIS IT will pay you to see this wonder ful gifted woman She will teach you how to get acquainted with your self How to get the mosi good out of life. So many people stand In their own light and don't know it. Special prices this week Astrolog 1st, Palm and Card reading. 132 1-2 ! 26th St Phono 1297-W. 11 11-lwk EGGS COOKED TO SUIT HIM How John Randolph Had Them Boiled With Assistance of String of Servants. Most persons who eat eggs at all are particular about them. The boil ing of an egg seems a simple matter, but many a breakfast has been spoiled and manv a tempr rasped by the cook's failing to observe the precise number of minutes and seconds that the process should occupy. That en original man, John Ran dolph, Is nald to have Invented a method of getilng his eggs cooked ex- j aotlj to his taste that worked per J feclly As in the case In many coun j I try nomes In ihe o'ith the kitchen ; Was In a separate building at some J distance from tho house, and servants I were ple.nt 1 When the -age of Roanoke" took ( his seat at the breakfast table there I was a line of servants from the din I lng room to the kitchen. Mrs Ran dolph, the mother of the statesman, held an open watch In her hand. In!" exclaimed Mr Randolph, and the word "in" was passed from mouth to mouth until It reached the waiting cook. -:,o dropped the eggs Into the water. After the requisite number of seconds the holder of the, timepiece signified that the cooking was done "Out!" went forth the command in j like manner, and the eggs wiore quick ly removed. The system required six or seven eervants to cook ono egg. but Ran dolph was accusfomeo to declare that Ulis was the only way that he could get it cooked to suit him. Tram-Car for Cometery. A coffin tram-car Is the latest In novation by way of a conveyance in Paris The cemetery of Vlncennes Is full, and it is Impossible to find nn- j Buimuie piece or ground in the town, so the new cemetery has been made at a distance of about three I miles out This is too great a distance for l he ordinary funeral procession. bo the municipality has solved the problem by having a special coffin tram car constructed, and laying down , a line right to the gates of the cerae j terv. The car. which is of a dark ETeen color, is divided Into four com partments, one for the driver, one for the bearers, one for the clergy, and a 1 roomy one, containing 24 seats for the I family of the deceased In the side of the vehicle there Is an aperture Into which the undertakers Klld .be cof fin. The wreaths win be hung on the car A specially constructed carriage Will follow the funeral car containing 1 tho rest of thoae assisting at the cere-many. Wireless ana Aurora. The aurora borealls or northern 1 lights, apparently affects the wireless I telegraph waves that pass between j Hamraerfeet, Norway, and the north j ernmost station In the world at Green I Harbor. Spitsbergen. Ofton the polar light so weakens the wlrelees waves that the operator In the receiving sta- ' j tion at Spitsbergen can hardly hear them, and at times communication is wholly interrupted. On tho other hand. 1 the appearance of the northern lights seems to strengthen the wav that are sent southward Once, when the aurora was so bright in Spitsbergen I that It was mentioned in a dispatch to Norway, the receiving operator at ' HammHrfegt. when the polar light wa not visible, noticed an extroordlnary 1 increase In the volume an-J distinct- ; aess of the signals Ship's Adventurous Career The old vessel "The Seal." in which j the Norwegian skloper Rc-lne-rsten re ! cently sailed frou? Rlddeford. Devon shire, for Durban. Natal, has an inter , estlrm history Originally known as j "The Purveyor." nho was built at Southampton In 1810 to carry provis 1 Ions to the men-of-war lying at Spit- 1 head Made of good English oak and lined with copper, the vessel was &old later to Captain Thomas Masters, who otrlpped off the copper and put her I In the coasting trade During a great 6torm In 1X23 tho Purveyor was driv en from her moorlnc at Poole, with a I man and boy on board, and landed high sjid dry In a turnip field at Park stone. The ownr was compelled to employ a number of navvies to dig a channel from the ship to the aea In order lo float ber off. Read the Damnified Ans. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES It , . S- rKu'r meetings held , at Masonic hall on Washington a v. n7fn?,nH2BJLh.nd 26th Bt! th Sit nd third Fridays of each month. So journing members cordially invited to , u n ... anl M WMttemore, w M . Callle E Cave, Secretarr Unity Lodco No 18 F A A. M., Masonic Temple, 2650 Wkshlngton avenue Meetings every Wedneadav 1731 f 7 30 o'clock. Members of !LJ2Li and -owning brethren cordially invited to attend S W retS?"' W" M" lx T- Moore' 9e- I nUPAD Ut Rcheah lodge No. 4, ' lj 0 F- meets second and fourth vfm7 eTenInK at Odd Fellows hall Msiting members Invited. Nona Har- I rington. N q: Emma Meld. Record-' ing Secretary, 718 Twenty. third street WOMEN of Woodcraft Ogdt-n Clrcfc No. 681 meets everv Wednesday right at 7 30 o'clock. New Woodmen rraiernuy Bldg. Vlsitlna neigh bors Invited. Dues can be paid to Or Alice Ridge. M D., 57-58 Lewis block Eliza Eremer, G N., 464 22nd St St Mario Crites, clerk. 2731 Mon roo avenue. 9-lu-tf ! Knight of Pythias Ogden lodge 1 0 2. Knights of Pvthlas. meets at Castle hall. Utah National bank build lng. every Monday evening All K. of P s iro requested to meet with us. W. H. Luddington, C C. W. G Kind M of E.; w. JL Underwood, K. of r' and S. I LADIES of the Maccabees of the orld. Silver Hive No meets every first and third Friday evenings at 8 o'clock; and every second and fourth Friday afternoons at 2; 30 o'clock, in Woodmen Hall Fraternity Llock. Visiting members cordially In vited to attend KATHRYN EG OLE ST ON L C L JENNIE PROUT R. K Royal Neighbors of America Moots every second and fourth Mondiy nights of each months at 8 p m ai I he 0dd Fellows hall. Fraternity , building. Visiting neighbors invited 1 Duos can be paid to Mrs Anna. RiB inley, M. D.. room ai Lewis block India Sawyer. Oracle. 245a Harrison Lillian Newton, Kvcoruer, ZUti and Wulncy. JLirotherhonrl nt Amr-I,., ' .uiv,,i.ou 1 cuuieu j Otaen Homestead, No. 1&06, meet: on every Wednesday evening iu new I. O. O. P. hall. Fraternity bunding wanington avenue isiung Arcu ers are cordially invltea to meet W1U ub Addle L. Williams, foreman. LSI Twenty-first street, j. a. Junn, Vor rebpondeut, 8202 'aihira'ton avenue. I order or Owls odea Neat No 1218, Older o: owio, uirc eci ' Vrlaajf evuuint m ;nir own nail tu old Elk ciuu rooms; at t o cloc. Visltju Uromer owi aro invued to I anau tut) uiii.i iucuUe,o. rea Cai I nuaii, Pieaiaeui, j. uiucr, oetreUry, 641 uasaiuiou uvenue. aEGO Lily CircJo 1n&. 174 meets eery teeouu unu lounn iuuriaa niaco at a p. m., in 1. o O. ral nail, v ujii .uK ueignoora coruiaiiy inviitu ceo coppvcK, feo jiu 01 ivdie iioj man, cierk, lien yaone 124, j Wooamen 01 m VYorU Weuei Camy iSu. (4, uiu in tnt o W. uii, rraiernn uiotk, 2J-u vvu,nin lou aveuu, every luurauay wvemnl at 6 o uoch. 1s1uuy wooumeu tor alaiiy inwied lu ailonu. C. E. CANSKE. C, C. t. AlJTH, Clerk. Modern Wuodmen 01 America Uua camp .so. yjju ui eels tvtry tirst Ulllu 1 JC.-dai ebailiijj SI o O'CiOCa a( h. of P. nail, i wem.1 ioui lu si. u . uimlntiou avt. Viojuri Uieuiucia mviica. w 11 ruuy, uonsui. j. j jti, oudir, CierK. i Friernal oruer of batfles ugdi. ' Aeno lis. IT", u. L, meeia t.tCj iVeOneaday etuiu ai .aea nan I uudsoa aie., at 6 o clock. WhbiuJ : urotlier toib cik, mnu u uenu iho nti u,eeuuK. Ciuu rooinb oyou ai 11 a. m. J. v. OnniQ, w. tVeai J aeni. j. It. Oeiger, aeeieiai y. uc. u , c. U'aruleigh. Aerio robiciaa. OKDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCT ORS. abatch Divisiou .no 114, o. H l meets becuna ana lourth Friday si l.m p. m. in rrateruuy Uiock. ouu teiiowb nail. A11 bromers are' eor ciaiO invueu to altena. t. 1L 1 eir bou, C U. o .L. boyie, s. and !. Ciaasiliea dUvertlsemeuis on this page cosi one teni per word, each in berilou. but no tirst Insertion cn Oe less UiiiLi Zfi cents. Or you can run the claaalfled ad ertisemeut ior ' corns per hue per week, but no weekly aa erusemcut cuu bo le5, tnaci jO cents. fxu 1 iot Of- iri cn ion Notice Is hereby given by the Board 01 i'omun.N3ioutr6 of ogden Lily, Utuh, 01 the lnt,ent:on 01 sala 1 board to mak- me loliow.nt; aescno ed lmpros ementB, to-wii; lu crcai..- bailantue Avenue Bouth I from 2"th Street tu a point 165- teet 1 north trom 21si Street where me cltj has gaiued jurisdiction a a I sewer district, and 10 construct therein 8 pipe sewer together wun lue necesstir manholes, and conutc; all witn U10 manboies oi die prea?n.. bewer system, and (o detray the whole 01 trie tObt thereui. es.imaioJ Ml 31(11111 llll hv a Intnl act., j . - T ---.ww -j "SSIH.-UIVLI OJ uio lots or pieces of ground lying and being niihlu the lolloping d.a Ltlct, being the d r.ct 10 be beue ilted or affected by said lmprove mems, viz: All the land lying between the out kt boundary liu.s of said Avenue in cluded in the district and a hue urawu 132-feet outward irom and panhel to the n.ud outer boundary lines. Said uistrict 10 be ass'-?ed ior the cost of putting in the sewer between 20th and 21m Street, also for teeming the right-of-way lor I saiu suw'lt irom 21si Stree; north a distance oi 1-5 feei. All pioteJt.-. and objections to the ' carrylns out of sjch Intention mm. be preseuted in writing to the City Kocorder on 01 beiore the 22ud day of No ember, 1813. at 10 o clock a. m., that being the time set by Bald board of Commissioners when they will hear and consider such objec tions as ma be made thereto, at the mayor's office at tho city Hall Ok den City. Utah. By order of the Board of Commie- I r INSTANT INFORMATION FOR BUSY ' ' READERS OF THE PRESS Alphabetically arranged directory of buainew home that supply your wants. Advertisements in this col umn cost 75c per line per montfi, payable in advance. Accordion Plaiting. DONE in all length. Cole's -ourt.rear -40 2?th St Tel. HSO-m. Astrologist. LISTEN here' Madam Yods. the greatest farfeer. astrolncist. palm Jr c.ari rer Call and be con meed shn iR tho best 132 1-2 25lb ftt. .Nowdalo rooms Attorneys. EBaTnL.HpMLANISKI- National Bank Bldg. 12-11-tf I LAWYER O'CON'NOLLY. over Com--4ih St. Phone 111. Billiards and Pool. BAKER'S Billiard Room. 2452 Grnt Rre- nnu Jhe BlTpe9t' but the Best B.lllard and pool tables and ! TaPhle'Sthfr,ea,e- We th "S TaWe. the best table manufactured. Lipert repairing done j Bookbinding. J. WTLSON-Book and loo leaf de I vice manufacturer. Upstairs. 2465 Wash Ave Phono S50. 12-30 lmo ' Chiropractor. F. J. FREENOR, D. C. Graduate Chiropractor NO drugs, surgery or osteopathy try Roomra,,iC n (8plnal stnientB.) Room u Commercial Nat'l Bank , Idg Phone Oil. 6-7-tf Carpet Cleaning. K v.V.A.N'JKAMPEN'-phone M r up holsterlng, mattress making, re Btretcnlng of bed sbrlncs. : j Potary Public. C. D. IVES, 380 Twenty.flfth Street I 1 eloners of Ogden City, Utah Dated this 30th day oi October 113 A. G FELL, Mayor. H J. CRAVEN, City Engineer. First publication, October su, 15)13. Last publication, Nuemucr iil Ml. NOTICE OF INTENTION Notice is hereby given by tb3 Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, of th Intention of said board to make the following described Im provements, to-wit To lay out, establish and open a public street, to bo named Duller avenue, north and south through Block 16, Plat "A," Ogden CItj voy, said street to be 42 feet wide, being the full width of Ihe present right-of-way, boing 16 5 feet on tho west and 25 5 feet on tho east tide of ih lot lin.- north and south be tween lots 3 and 4; also lota 7 and 8 In Block 16, Plat "A." Ogden City I Survey, the whole distance between 26th and 26th Streets and to defray Ihn tihnlu nf thp rn?l thprprif act!. J mated at $3,000.00 by a iocai assess ment upon the lots or pieces of ground lying and being within the loljowlug district, being the district to bo benefited and aftected by said I improvements, v Is. All the land lying between the outer boundary lines of said avenue when opened as propo8ed, and a lino drau 50 feet outward from aud parallel to the said ou'r boundary Hues, being part of Lots 3, 4, 7 and s, , Block 16, Plat "A," Ogden City sur vey In said Ogden City. All protests and objections to the carriug out of such Intention must be presented In writing to the City ; Recorder on or before the 4lh day of December, 1913, at 1" o clock a. m.. that being the time tec by said i Board of Commissioners uheu thoy will hear and consider such ob- ' jectlous s may be made thereto, at the Mayor s olflco at the City hail. Ogden City, Utah. By order of tho Board of Commis sioners of Ogden City, Utah. Dat-d this 11th day of November, , IJ1J a. u. PELL, Mayor H. J. CRAVEN, Cltj Engineer. First publication, November 11. 1&13. Last publication. December 3, 1912 I , , SUMMONS. In the District Court of Weber County State of Utah Wililam Hodson. Plaintiff, vs. Co- lonial Trust Company of New York, i a corporation, and Central Trust Com I pany of New York, a corporation, Dc fendants I i ue oisue oi l uu 10 me said Lie l fendants: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within twenty days aftnr service of this Summons upon you. If served j within the County in which this ac tion is brought; otherwise, within thirty dnys after service, and defend the above entitled action; and in I case of your failure so to do. Judg ment will b" rendered against you according to the demand of the com 'plaint, which has been filed with the Cl-rk nf :uil ou rt This action Is brought to quiet plaln 1 tiff's title as against defendants to j the southwest quarter of the south west quarter of Section .10, Township! 7 North. Rang- 2 West. Salt Lake Meridian, being Lol 4 of said section I H li HENDERSON, Plaintiff's Attorney. P 0 Address No 215 First National Bank Bldg.. Ogden, Utah. I ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Municipal Court in and for the City of Ogden. County of Weber, Stale of Utah. Before Hon W. H. Reader. Jr. Mu nicipal Judge aud ex-offlcio Justice of the peace. Consolidated Wagon and Machine Cop-, pan i --r-'-r r'-.'t I'1-, r. "' I Junk. OO DEN JTTNK HOUSE-If you have any kind of junk, phone us up. We will call for it. Tel. 210. Painting, Paperhanging. PAINTING, paper-hanging and tlntinx, j Den Harthog Phone 571-R. ! Physician and Surgeon. DR. A FERN LUND, Phvslclan and Surgeon. Office hours 11 to 4 p. m. New Peerv Rldg, Hudson Av? Phone 1900-W Residence phone 2129 -W. 646 Washington aenue. 6-11 tf Photography. CRAWSHAW STUDIO I 219 25th Street. Fine Art Photography. Come and have a sitting Printing. II WOODY PRINTING CO. We do good j work. 2465 Wash. Ave. Phone 850. 12-30-lmo j Sanitary Work. YOUR garbage hauled regular. San itary can furnished free. Sanitary 1 H Garbage Co. Phone 620. CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co 2 1 28 Grant. Bell phone 2018W. ' Second-Hand Goods. , I . , ft NEW AND SECOND-HAND furniture. clothing and shoes, bought, sold or exchanged, also trunks and suitcases cheap A 9lner, Phono 1321. 179 1-2 f g Twenty-fifth St, 6 13 lwr . Trunks Repaired. I " f GALLAGHER repairs trunks 350 2bth St- 6 25 lmo Vacuum Cleaners. ONE DOLLAR per day. deliverec and I called for Electric Service Co Phone SS. Up 24th St. Morris Wolfson. Defendant I The State of Utah, to said Defend- ant; , You ar- hereby summoned to appear I betore the above entitled court within 1 ten (10) days after service of this summons ujion you, if served within the county In which this action is I brought, otherwise within twenty (2" days after this service, and defend tho above entitled action; in case of your failure to do so. Judgment will be ren dered against you according to the demand of ihe complaint in said ac tion which was filed in said Court on the 14 th day of October. D. 1913 In the Sheriff or any Constable of i w ' ber County, Greeting. Make legal service and due return ' hereof i Witness Hon W H Reeder, Jr. Judg of said Court, with the Seal thereof, this 22nd day of October, tSEAL) J. N, FULTON. ( Clerk. This action is brought to recover a judgment against the defendant for 163.30 tiie purchase price of 1246 feet of roofing sold and delivered by plain tiff to defendent. at his request. In September, ion at Osden City, Utah, including $7 so Interest, and 110.00 Attorney's fees, and for cost's Incurred in this action. NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW A. G. Fell T Samuel Browning and Joseph C Nye, Commissioners ot Ogden City. Utah, Bitting as a j Board of Equalization and Review of the special and local (axes to be J leied and assessed by ordinance up on property abutting on both sides I 1 1 1 ii idaon Avenue from 32nd to 24th J . Streets nnd Lincoln. Avenue from 19th to until Streets, known as Sew er District No. 119. hereby give no ; lice thai the !lMs of property In the trlct to be taxed has be?u ; completed, and that they will meet j ar the Mayor's office In tho City hall, I Ogden City. Utah, from 9 o'clock a. I m , to 5 o'clock p. m., for five, con I secutlve days, commencing December 2. 1913 to and Including December 6. 1913, and will remain In session on each of these days, during t-aid hours for the purpose of hearing any ptr--on fee ing .m grieved, and to mako correction of an tax deemed unequal or unjust, and during the sitting of said Board said lists of property and the taxps proposed shall then and i P 81 there be open to public inspection B) order of the Board. A. G. FELL, Mayor. I fid GKo A. SEAMAN, "ity Recorder y wD First publication, November 25, 1913. Last publication, December 1, 1918. Ivory Smuggling. Ivory smuggling is looked upon as a very serious crlmo In British East Africa, and this Is only as It should be, for. In order to secure the Ivory, I the traders have to kill great num I bers of elephants. The game preser I vatlon laws, particularly as regards elephants, are most severe, and woe betld the man who 1b caught break, ing the game regulations or in pos. ; session of Illicit spoils of the chase. The smuggling of Ivory, therefore, says the World Wide Magazine. Id treated In the sam1 manner ss smug gling gems and clothing into the Uni ted States. Illicit diamond buying in j 1 South Africa, or othtrr forms of smug gling In England. The rigid laws, however, do not prevent the Arabs and Indians from Indulging in an Ille gal trade In Ivory on a large scale. oo Railroads of the United States an nually consume more than 2,700.001 gallons of water for each mile of line. 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