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B THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. .
II Woman's Page New Sport Copes in Various Colors and Styles colored Waistcoats Worn With Black and White Capes Broad cloth, Silk, New Fabric Used for Evening Cape Tiny Shoulder Cape Pretty Treating a Smoked Wall Folding Screens Emer gency Table for Sick Room Corset Pag Very Handy Article To Pad Embroidery. I FASHION UNPREPARED. When capes for sports wear vver first Introduced, the opinion prevailed father generally thnt they were a t? that would have n speedy pass ing. The idea of having one of these loose garments taking the placp of the comfortable blazer or sweater ! seemed Incredible. The world of fashion vas totally unprppared for the latest development a blazer, with cape attached Yet, to be really smart one must near these rather clums' looking garments The new e6t chandalls are of the finest wool jersey. In stripes three-eichts of an inch wide Blue and white, and black j and white are the most popular, al thoncb emerald and white cerise and ' I white, and yellow and white are also worn To this jacket is attached a cape of solid color the ilning of which exactly matches the Jerse To be strictly in fashion the out ing hat must also he of the striped jersey In this style, perhaps the most attractive effects are in blue and unite king blue would be pleading will, the cape of solid color. Of course, one has to be careful in the selection of the gown thai would be worn with this cape, but with white it would be extremely effective Another style of sporl cape gives ibo effect from the front view of a white cape, but it reall.v Is 8 black crossbjrred serge, with a waistcoat and deep facings of white broadcloth It is also lined with white so that the wearer has lo completely turn her back before one can see thai :t is anything but a completely white gar ment. The all white cape for sports wear is by no means unusual, howei ei Many, indeed, prefer it to those ol color, and auy one who has worn white sweaters will realize that ll will not be difficult to keep ii clean, j If of while corduroy, however. It may j be washed in ordinary soap and wa ter and hung out 10 dry. as corduroy requires no ironing For variety one , could have several colored waistcoats, 1 and in these days of snappers it is quite a simple matter to change the whole charactei of the wrap bj Bim ply attaching a waistcoat ol sinped Roman ' silk, in place of the white waistcoat that will probablj accom j piny the cape Another white sports cape that iR much In avor is of white! icuna with a waistcoat having color ! ed ball button and cord loops, and a belt of colored suede, which cross- i ps the waistcoat A wide collar, which may either li- flat or be turn ed up about the throat has a fat ling 1 of the same tone as the buttons and ' th belt Slashes at the side allow J the wearer to thrust h r hands through for greater ease In carrying her tennis racket golf sticks, etc. I, For Evening Dresses. The rape that is worn with crnini; dresses is usually made of silk Very dainty are those nude almost entire ly of lace, silk lined, of course, but these are rather a dress accessory than made with any view to warmth Broadcloth silk, one of the novelties of the year, is used extensively for evening capes Taffeta, either plain or figured and brocaded atin are both favorite materials for the dressy capes, and manv are made of broad cloth in the pastel shade or in white Sometimes the capes of slik have waistcoats of white broadcloth In many of the white broadcloth opes tliH limns and waistcoat ;ire of pastel colored silk sash of black puss willow taffeta gives a chic touch to a rape of th's description, the broad soft sash passing under the wrp and across the waistcoat Another novelty is a flounce of lace attached to a cape of silk With the more elabo rate styles, laces, and jet and bead trimmings are largely in evidence Quite outside of the domain of use fulness is the tmy shoulder cape! Which is attached to some of the I newest models In dinner gowns It fastens to the back of the shoulders. UQt even a point of it being visible j in tront and It falls to the waistline ' oi a trifle below Quite as unusual as the cape itself is the mater. al of which it is nnde On a frock of filmy : lace is seen a shoulder cape of heavy velvet preferably black, although viv id colors also are seen occasionally Ol the varying purposes for which the cape Is intended this season this fad is undoubtedly to the least pur nose FOLDING SCREENS. Most useful cases for the woman who boards or lives In other small quarters are the fo'.dinR cretonne cov ered screens One. with two leaves, has a little drop leaf that forms a tri angular top to make a stand of the two leaves when they are opened. Bach leaf is fitted with pockets in: work and Implements and when Lie drop leaf is let down the two stan . I In? leaves can be folded and fastene-i ' securely together In this form they I can be stowed behind a door or In a ' bureau draw er, w here they are out or I the way. TREATING A SMOKED WALL, If the celling or vour wall is smok ed or even, as in the case of kitch ens the entire surface Is befogged from the accumulation of cnokine fumes, will be well to go over the sur face with lime water first before ap plying .i coat Ol paint Walls done this way will be renewed with one coat of paint, when two would be needed to eradicate tbe damage from smoke and grease The lime water ma be applied hastilj with a white wash brush, and a fiv cent piece of lime will make enough to cover the surface of any good sized room, while the cost and labor of applying an ex tra coal Of paint would be consider able. i IN THE SICKROOM An emergency table in a sickroom. ' and one not often thought of can easily lie managed where there is n machine tht has a drop head Open the machine and push the leaf over the bed. and It serves as a convenient table for tbe person therein A square of rublicr cloth under a white cover Will protect the wood from hot dishes or glasses, and make it look attrac- I t,Ve CORSET BAG A v.ery good looking bjg could be' made from a strip of moire ribbon. The ribbon should he- folcied through j the center and the ends turned bac k four inches for a heading and casing I The sides of the ribbon are then o handed togethei A narrow ribbon or cord should be ; i;"d for the drawstring and wheie I the two ends are tied together a cou pie Of tiny ribbon roses and leave-, should be attached. A wreath of j these roses could also be used to dec-j orate the front of the bag. This b.i- so quickly made, would I not soil easily If made of old blue ! moire ribbon The rosebuds add a charming and decorative touch As the hag Is unllned sachets 1 should be tacked inside, or, u desired, the ribbou could be lined with a soft j silk, with a padding of scented cot ton betw een the ribbon and silk '1 o i line, turn back ends of the ribbon for the casing and beading and at tach thi lining before oVerhanding it together TO PAD EMBOIDERY '1 he following is an 'easy way f pad embroidery Take a spool of darning cotton and fasten one end to the work and let the spool run a1 will in making scallops on children 8 dresses and other fancy work. such as simple doilies centerpieres Qr -carf covers. The work just flies as j one holds the darning cotton down and buttonholes over it all at one time 00 IMPROVING THE OVERLAND TRAIL Brigham City, Jurw. g5 Work Is j progressing favorably on the state road which is being built through the western part of Boxelder count) ac cording to Commissioner ,F k Roche, who heads a company which has the contract from the state to build the highway Mr Roche was m Brigham Wednesday and stated that the ro.id is completed to a point six miles west of Rosette. The road builders are approaching Emigrant pass, and as the commissioners have not as yet decided which route to take from there in order to avoid a small valley that caused trouble at all times of the year, the board of county commissioners will make a Hip out to the construction ramp next ,Monda and select a route around this particular place, and then construction work toward the Nevada , state line win be resumed with all possible 6peed Mr Roche stated that the road will i likely be completed to Tecoma . about September I. and that it would be the finest section of road along the entire Overland trail The re : cent rains he slated, have hardened the finished road so that it is in ex cellent condition.! The work of placing guide post:. which will be clone by the Boxelder Commercial club, working in conjunc tion with the county commissioners will begin in a few das, and the posts will be set as far as BnowvlUe at present Each post will bear the sif" "Overland Trail." When the road is finished an ef fort will be made to run an automo bile excursion over the road S3 far as Montello. Nn , carrying taxpay ers of the count) FARMERS FAIL TO SEE 0. S. L. OFFICIALS Salt Lake. June 26, Although it Is repqrted 'hal farmers of Blue Creek Pocatello and Curlew valleys in Ida ho have appointed a committee to wait upon Oregon Snort Line officials I 'to try and secure the construction of a branch line through their territory, general officials said vesterday they had no yet been interviewed The' committee, it is believed will take up i the matter 6oon with E. E. Calvin. I j Don't Poison Baby. ' BloeJ' auti a FEVV DROPS iTOO MANY will produce the Bp? f RM WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING. tJFSSdSSJSR have ben klUJ r wh? health has been ruined for life by paregoric! UudE ' num and. ,mfj5,ne- 0j of which is a narcotic product of opium? DruggSS I j .KTCfSES f& eitller o the. narcotic named to children at flj?or H 10 anybody withoutbelhng them " poison." The definition of " narcotic" V JJIJSSJ J i"n and Produces sleep, but which in poW produce stupor, coma, convulsions and deaths The taste and S?roC mfiVe!Jco?ta,m" Plum are disguised, and sold under the names H of "Drops," "Cordials " "Seeing Syrup.. etc. You should not pannifK H medicine to be given to your ohiKiren without you or your physician know of what it is composed. CASTORIA DOES NOT pujwcian Know H CONTAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature Jf H of Chas, H- Fletcher. 6 K yV . Genuine Castorla always bears the signature of tjU I vice president ;mci general manager Thnt little encouragement will be given the committee is hinted by an Official of the road who said vesterda that thk matter has been before them n number of (imps. He savs that there is no mure renson now for construct ing It than before and under present condition the officials feel that such ! construction la Impossible The- road that it is said the Farmers I w ill nsk for would run Miroush Box elder county n I'tah nnd Oneida and Power counties I" Idaho It would leave the Oregon Snorl Line between Brigham ' Ity and Garland and, run n n northwest, would connect with the main line of the road six miles east oi American Palls. Idaho The committee will it Is reported, surges that the line from Salt Lake to Ameri can Palls will be shortened about thirty-five mile. fcJ (his cutoff GOVERNOR TO ATTEND Provo, June -" The pupils in tho feeble-minded department of th State Mental hospital will hold their closing exercises in the institution Monclav evening There art about I thirty pupils in this department and In the neighborhood of twenty of these will take part in the exercises, to which the public is invited cio ernor William Spry and the other members of the -late board of hi I sanity will be ntpsont The work .has been under the direction of Mn Ids Smoot Dusenherry and Mr and Mrs Albert M Ta Image A nro I gram will be given In the chapel Fol ' lowing this tbp visitors will be shown through the rooms containing i an exhibit of the work done during the past year. Tuesday the exhibit ! will be placed In the old W II R:r building on Aeademj avenue, so that the public can see the work without going to the hospital. oc SUSPECT ARRESTED. Kemmerer Wyo June 25 -Sheriff l a Sheffner of Natrona county was in Kemmerer this week looking for Prank Brown, alias Prank Davis, who is '. i'tited at Casper for grand lnr ceny Brown stole a horse ther last Oc tober and rode it into Mon tana. v. here he sold it After tracing him to that point it ia found that he had ordered his mail sent to La Barge. Wyo. Word was then sent to Sheriff Hansen and the arre t was made Dais is now being held in jail here, while a photograph is on its way to casper for further Identifi cation. The description given Shei iff Hansen tallies with the descrip tion of the man who is being held, but he denies having been in Casper at the time or thai he knows any thing about the matter. J MF.KLAYON TO CARRY MAIL. Kemmerer Wyo., June L'i; John Meklavon has hen awarded the con tract for carrying the mail from! Kemmerer 'o Hamsfork, twenty-one miles, for the next four years. He will receive $668 a year and his bonds I were placed al $10no. He will de liver the mall twice a week There! are shout twenty-five ranchers living on this mail route LICENSED TO MARRY Brigham City, Tune 2" During th week marriage licenses were issued j by County Clerk Ipsen to the fol low ins .'org" L Dover of St Paul Minn 1 nd Mrs Laura Bow man Los Ange les Cal . colored. V L Petersen and Beatrice K Wade, Stone Idaho M I bert Ronguv and Ruth drlenne R con. Corinne: Clarence P. Balrd. Wll 'lard, ami Ruth Hurd. P.rieham Eph raim NelBOD and Modia Hask-ll I I Sublet, Idaho; Leslie R Crittenden j Lincoln 'eb . and Elva R Richrrd on, Ogdcn. oo COLLEGE TO HAVE CHIMES. Logan. I tab .June 25, The Utah Agricultural college Is to have the finest set of chimes west of the Miv s'sslppl river. telegram from the W II Durfee company of Rhode Ip land, received by Secretary Coburn pta.es that they have been shipped and that a man will be along soon to see to their installation The set consists of fifteen bells and cost $2400. It will come to the college as a present from the grad uating clashes of 1914 and 1915 The men and women of these two classes united in paving for them, and thev were accepted by the Agricultural coll-ee board of trustees at a recent meetlnu. Ppon arrival they nre to be put in place In the main tower of the col lege The chimes consist of a series o.' metal tubes suspended from a frame work of wood, the bells or tubes rang ing from five to fifteen feet In length and from eight to fourteen inches In circumference The bells are struck with hardwood-tipped hammers at the upper end of the praded tubes, the hammers working on levers to which are attached wire cords falling to anv lenpth desired The Installation will take place durlnp the coming month, the inten tion originally blng to have them In plac e before the close of the pres ent summer session. It is quite llkelv. however, that they will not be ready for use before the close of July. Thv weigh two tons GUGGENHEIMS SUED. New York, June 25 Stephen S Gregory. Conrad H Poppenhau?en. Joseph L McNab, Edward R Johnson and Taopen Gregory, Chicago law yers, today brought suit' in the fed eral district court against William. Dan'ei, Isaac Murray! Simon and Solomon R Guggenheim of this city for $20,272.87. alleged to be due for services rendered. The lawyers claim this sum for prosecuting in the courts of Cook countv , Illinois, to vacate a decree of divorce granted to Grace Guggenheim against Will iam Guggenheim, one of the defend ants, and other matters rtrt MONTANA SUSPENDS MOHA AND DILLON Helena. Mont.. June 25 Jack Dil lon and Bob Moha were suspended for a period of six months for stalling in their recent fight at Butte by the Montana boxing commission, which held a meeting here today. The com mission states that it Is satisfied many of the boxers of the middle weight division have entered into a frame-up and it is determined to 8top these room-mate" bouts The club which held the bout was directed that it will not be required to pay the money which would be awarded to Moha if the bout were a contest Moha loses about $1500. The bout was a sham and a farce says the commission, and Moha par ticularly made no effort to fight. FLOWER TRIMMED HATS The hat with the pansies has a brim of pale yellow straw The ( rown is covered with pansies In natural colors and a changeable pink and green rib bon Is k n ' t t -( 1 around them. The rose hat is of brown Teal straw with a pleated trimminc of blue taffe'a and a sweeping Spray of American Beauty roses. oo FRECKLES Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots, There a no longer the slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the prescription othine double strength Is guaranteed to remove these homelv spots Simply get an ounce of othine double strength from anv druggist and apply a little of it night and morning and you should soon see that even tue worst freckles have begun to disappear, while the lightet ones have vanished entirelv It is sel dom that more than an ounce is need ed to completely clear the skin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. Be ure to ask for the double strength othine as this is sold under guarantee of monej back if it falls to remove freckles. ( Advertisement $10,000 FOR lOOTODS $10,000 for an Idea, Which You Must Tell in 100 Words or Less. There will be no second prize. Only one 'Irst prize of $10,000 for! the man, woman or child who gives the best idea to finish "The Million Dol.ar Mystery!" $10,000 for an idea, $10,000 for 100 words. Read the conditions: The Ogden Standard begins next Saturday the publication of ' The Mil lion Dollar Mystery," a mystery story I for the solution of which a prize of $10,000 will be civen. The story will run for twenty-two consecutive r.ks i In the Saturdav Ogden Standard. As each shapter appears in The Standard a two reel film corresponding with It may he seen at the Orpheum the fol lowing Wednesday. By this arrange ment with the Thanhouser Film cor-' poratlon It will be possible for Stand ard readers both to read the story and see the moving pictures of It as It progresses from week to w eek. The first film will he released on July first. Each week another will be re- j leased until Wednesday November 25. Conditions Governing the Contest. I The prize of $10,000 will be won! b the man. woman, or child who writes the most acceptable solution j of the mystery, from which the last I two reels of motion picture drama will be made and the last two chap- ters of the slorv written by Harold' McGrath solutions may be sent to the Than houser Film corporation either at Chicago or New York, any time up to midnight. Dec. 14. Thev must be received not later than that date, which will be just three weeks af ter the last chapter appears In the Standard before the final solution is published. A bosrd of three judges will deter mine which of the many solutions re ceived l8 the most acceptable. The judces are to be Harold Mar Orath, Lloyd Ixmergan author of the scenario, and Miss Mae TInee of The Chicago Tribune. The judgment of this board will be absolute anJ final Nothing of a Hterarv nature will be considered In the decision, nor given anv preference in the selection of the winner of the $10,000 prize The last two reels which will give the most acceptable solution to the mvstery, will be pre sented in the theater having thig fea ture as soon as it is piactical to pro duce the same The story correspond inp to these motion pictures will ap pear In the newspapers co incidental ly, or as soon after the appearance of the pictures as practical With the last two reela will he shown the pic tures of the winner his or her home, and other Interesting feature. Solutions to the mystery must not be more than 100 words long. Here are some questions to be kept In mind in connection with the mystery as ap aid to a solution: No. 1 What becomes of the mil lionaire? No. H What becomes of the 000,000? No. 3 Whom does Florence marry'' No 4 What becomes of th Ru- sinn countess? Nobody connec ted either directly or Indirectly with "The Million Dollar Mvstery ' will be considered as a con testant oo Prince f'olonna. who has hem pe lecl r'd mayor of Rome, s said to he :i monarchist of liberal tendencies. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is hereby Riven by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, U.tah, of the intention or said Doard to make the following de scribed improvements, to-wit: To create tho south side of Fifteenth! street between Washington ;ind Grant avenues; also the east and west huP of Grahl avenue between Fifteenth and Seventeenth streets and the north side of Seventeenth strnet be , tween Washington and Grant ave nues as a sidewalk district, and to Construct therein five (5i foot con cret.. Bidewalkj four (4) inches thick, together with all intersections and ' h n necessary grading therefor, and to defray the whole of the cost 'hereof, estimated at $8,500.00, by a local assessment upon the lots and pieces of ground lying and beinj? with in the following district, being the district to be affected and benefited bj said improvement-., to-wit All the land lying between the outer boundary lines of said streets and a line drawn fifty feet outward from I I and parallel to said outer boundary ! lines on the south side of Fifteenth Street between Washington andOrantl avenuB, on the cast and west sides 'i "i treuue ueiweeu r meeuin and Seventeenth streets and on the north side of Seventeenth street be tween Washington and Grant ave nues in Ogden City. Utah, being part of lots 23, 24, 25 nnd 2. In block 7. Five Acre Plat "A", Ogden City Sur vey. All prolests and objections to the carrying out of such intention must be presented In writing to the City Recorder on or before the 17th day of July. 1914 at 10 o'clock a. m.. that being the time set by the said Board of Commissioners when they will hear and consider such bjections as may be made thereto, at the Mayor's 1 office, at the City Hall, Ogden Citj I'tah. By order of the Board of Commis sloners of Ogden City, Utah. Dated this 23rd ciav of .June. 1914 FLORENCE O STANFORD. City Recorder First publication June 23 1U14 Last publication July lo. 1914. NOTICE OF INTENTION Notice i6 berebv given by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of the intention of said board i to make the following described 1m j provements. lowlt: To create bothl ! sides of Washington avenue between 1 welfth and Second streets as a curb and gutter district, and to construct i therein concrete curbs and gutters according to the standard form adopt ed and used In Ogden City, and to- ' geiher with all intersections and the! ' Nsary grading therefor, and to defray the whole of the cost thereof, estimated at ?l 4,500. by a local as sessmenf upon the lots and pieces of ground Ring and being within the following district, being the district j to be affected and benefited by said j improvement, to-wit: All the land ly lug between the outer boundary lines i of said avenue on both sides there ! Of. and a line drawn fifty feet out-' ward from and parallel to the said I outer boundary lines being part of I the N. E. 1-4 of Section 20. and part of the east one-half of Section 17, all -in Township 6 north, Range 1 treat, Salt Lake Base and Meridian, also1 Lots 1 to 10, Inclusive. Block 1. Lots I 1 lo 10, inclusive. Block 6, all in Ter race Subdivision, Lots 12 to 22, in clusive; Block 2 Lots 10 to 19,' in elusive, Block 4 all in Monterey ad dition, lots 8 to 16 inclusive, Block) 5 Lots 7 to 9. inclusive; Block 4, all j In Orchard Grove addition; lots 1 to 6 in Garfield Subdivision; lots 1 to I 8. Inclusive, Block 1, Mvers addition; Lots 1 to 4. Wedell's Five Point An nex Lots 1 and 2, Block 1, Lots 1 and 2. Block 2. all in Dnimiler's Ad dition, and Lots 1 to 8. Inclusive, Block 1. Orchard Grove Annex. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such intention must be presented In writing to the City Recorder on or before the 17th day of July. 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m , that being the time set by said Board of Commissioners when they will hear and consider such objections as may be made thereto, at the Mayor's office at ihe City Hall. Ogden City. Utah By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Ogden CUV, Utah. Dated this 22nd day of June, 1914. FLORENCE O. STANFORD. City Recorder. First publication June 23, 1914. Last publication July 15, 1914. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ogden City uronoses to make the fol lowing public improvements, to-wit: To repave Twenty -fourth street from the west side of Washington avenue to the east side of Grant avenue with two and one-half inches of asphalt on a six-Inch concrete foundation; and to construct on either side of said j Twenty-fourth street concrete gutters; I the curb to be of sandstone, the same ; to be reset, where necessary, together ; with all the necessary excavating and j grading therefor. And sealed bids , are invited for said work aud will be received at the office of the City Re i corder In the City Hall at Ogden, I Utah, until 10 o'clock a. m on the 30th day 0f June, 1914. at which time I Bald bids will be considered by tbe Board of Commissioners, and contract awarded to the lowest responsible bid der. Instructions to bidders, plana and specifications for said improve ments can be seen and examined at the office of the City Engineer in the City Hall of said city. The right U reserved to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of Commis sioners or Ogden City, Utah, this, the 4th day of June, 1914. FLORENCE O STANFORD, City Recorder First publication June 4, 1914. Last publication June 28, 1914. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ogden City proposes to mako the fol lowing public improvements, to-wit To pave Eccles venue from the south side of Twenty-fifth street to ihe north side of Twenty-sixth street with two and one-half Inches (2 of asphalt on a six-Inch (6) concrete j Denver &, RicTGran Western Pacific Round Trip Excursion Rates EAST Chicago $56.50 St. Louis $51.20 $ 8. Pau, 53 50 Memphis 59.85 0maht ' 40.00 Denver 22.50 Kin.,c citv 40.C0 Puebio 22.50 LOW RATES TO MANY OTHER POINTS , ?ale Dates: 7 " 1 1 June 27. All tickets good returning until July 1, 3, 10, 11, 12, 18, Z5, 29, Oct. 31st, Stop-overs allowed Auc 5. 12, 1J, 26, " d Diverse routes permitted. THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS TO DENVER, OMAHA, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY. h AND ST. LOUIS. Cha WEST 0n sa(e da, y commenc T San Francisco $40.00 jng wjtn june Liml I 1 San Francisco via Los Angeles. . 4C.00 qc 31st. San Francisco via Portland. . 58.50 - j I Dining car service Best anywhere VAN If you are going EAST let us route you through Scenic fast Colorado and the Royal Gorge and if WES T, your " itinerary will not be complete without a trip through ttry. ihe magnificent Feather River Canon. i-- Agency for all important Steamship lines. 2 F. FOUTS, Telephone City Ticket Office i General Agent. 634 Reed Hotel Bldg. jJSJ Ml baBe, beuvppn gutters, together with tho npccssary grading and excavating! thereof And sealed bids are invited for Bald work and will be received at the office of the City Rec order In the j City Hall at Ogden, Utah, until 10 o'clock a rn. on the 30th day of June. 1914. at which time said bids will be considered by the Board of Commis slonerB. and contract awarded to tho lowest responsible bidder Inslruc-I tionR to bidders, plans and specific! I tions for raid improvements can be seen and examined at the office of th? I city engineer in the city hall of said citv The right is reserved to reject nny and all bids. By order of the Board of Commis sloners of Ogden City, Utah, this, the j 4th day of June, 1014. FLORENCE O STANFORD, Citv Recorder. 1 First publication .Tun 4, 1914 Last publication June 26. 1914. NOTICE Eden, Harrisville, Hooper. Huntsville, Kaneayllle, Marriott Plain City, and Roy, Weber County, Utah Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of resolutions adopted by the I Board of County Commissioners of Weber County, Utah, on June 8, 1914, Special Elections are hereby called I in Eden. Harrisville. Hooper. Hunts-1 vllle. Kanesville, Marriott, Plalu City, and Roy Road District of We- V ' . , f , - I'lil, T J T .. I . I uiri v uuiiii , v tail, UU 1 UCSUHJ, JU1 7. 1914, at Eden School House, The I Ogden Pressed Brick and Tile Office I at Harrisv ille, Hooper School House. I Huntsville School House, Kanesville; j School House. Marriott School House. I I Plain City School House. Roy School House, respectively, in said districts, between the hours, 7 o'clock A M. and 7 o'clock P M. on said day. for the purpose of submitting to the qual-1 ifled electors within sajd districts a proposition to authorize the Board of I County Commissioners of Weber' County. Utah, to levy for the fiscal I year 1914, a district road tax of five (5) mills on all the taxable propeitv within each of said districts except Huntsville in which district the prop-1 osition is to lev a district road tax of three (3) mills on all the taxable property within said district, to be used exclusively for the construction I and repair of roads and highways sit- uated in the respective districts) named herein. Oni registered voters residing within said districts, who Rhall have paid a property tax therein in the year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirteen (1913) shall be entitled to vote at such election. The following named persons have been duly appointed by the said Board of Countv Commissioners a9 judges of election to conduct such special elections in the respective dis tricts named Eden Virgil B Stal lings. Albert Carver and J M Shupe Harrisville Fred A. Miller, Leander S. Harris and W H. Louder Hooper T. M. Jones. George E Fowler and Joseph H. Fowies. Huntsville Jens Neilson. Christian Wangsgaard and Peter M. Jensen. Kanesville James Rawson, Thomas Jones and Alma Wil son. Marriott George A. Hodson. David H Stanger and Caleb Parrv Plain City C. E. Palmer. James L. i Robson and Thomas England Roy D. J Hammon, Harry Hamblin and Jesse Stoker 1 By order of the Board of County ' Commissioners of Weber Countv I ' Utah M isean MORONI SKEEN. Chairman, Board of County Commis sioners, Weber County, Utah. S G. DYE, County Clerk, Weber County, Utah Dated June 11, 1914 Date of first publication, Thursdav, June 11. 1914 Date of last publication, Friday Jul? 3, 1914. NOTICE. Notice Is given that, pursuant to HI rectlon of the Board of County Com missioners of Weber County. Utah and as authorized by Sections 527 t28, 629 and 530 of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907, bids will be received at my office until June 27, 1914 for such books, blanks and stationery as may he required by the several coun ty officers of said countv during the year beginning July l 1914 Tl(? probably quantity of each item may be ascertained by referring to the e timutea of the same prepared bv the several officers and on file In my of flee and to which reference la hereby made. All bids shall state separated uen,prlce, of each Item of books, blanks and stationery to be furnished S?th 1ht iH resrved on behalf to iertard f f U,lty Cot"i83lonerS or S Hi y feJeCt atly and a11 bids bid tZT ?r reJeCt B part of v WSiSB?? faUhful 3 JtoffWSLly be until ennnfv V H fr the Publication of SSSJSSr notices and advertlae! ments during the year, beginning July list tor' til Cludlng1ftlhe delinquent tax list for the year 1914, the right being - a reserved by the Board of County Com miPsioncrs to reject any and all bid! WIE and to readvertise. jjom By order of the Board of County jw c Commissioners nqu S. 0. DYE, County Auditor By HARRY HALES, Deputy Ogdcn, Utah, June 18, 1914 ' AI First publication June 18, 1914 ,0- Last publication June 26. 1914 pb0 " " FRATERNAL 1 SOCIETIES g -J Ul Order ol Uwls, Ogden Nose, No. 1215, Order of Owls, meet every Frl- ' day evening In their own hall (the old eX Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock. Vlilt Wtl ing Brother Owlg are invited to at- ttnd the next meetings. T, o. Iver- son, President; G. C. iieberg, Stcre MR tary. Tel Women of Woodcraft Sego Lily Cir cle No. 174 meets every 6econd and .'ourth Thursday nights at 8 o'clock la 7Z I O O. F. hall, vitiiung neighbor JJJ cordially invited. Frances Coppock. ! M G. N , &5V J7ih St. Kaie Hoymao. Z Clerk. 232 23d. R0 Fraternal Order of Eaglen. Ogdei Aerie No. 118. F. O. E.. meets every Wednesday evening at Eagles' haiL ixuuouu a tt u u --, ai o O ClOCK. VlSlUn orotber Eagles are invited to attend the aerie meetings Club rooms open STJ at 11 a m Win Doyle, W. President; 1 E R. Gelger, Secretary; Dr. C. EL 1 Wardleigh. Aerie Physician, HOI MASONIC Queen Esther cnaptar ,'.4, a E- S" reeular raeetlngg held t Masonic hail on Waening-ton are. : Rl Detween -6th and 26th sis., the Int 263C and third Frldayi of eaca mouth. So Journing membera cordially invited to i , S:v- 1UD'd nuk"' ' M- CM div b (.ave, becretary cu? easj Woodmen of the World, Weber camp No. c4, meets m the W. o, W. ball, Fraternity block, 2320 Washing ton avenue, every Thursday evening at 8 o clock. Visiting Woodmen cor dial y Invited to attend Geo. Huaa, U C; W. M. Piggott Clerk . K boil Ladles of the Maccabe. of th - Vvorid. Silver Hive Mo. 1. meet, erery MO first and iniro Friday evening at 3 258 o clock, and every Becond and fourth Friday alter noun at 2:3U ociook. la pfi VAoodinen hail. Fraternity block. VI.. 2? King members cordially jnvited to at tend. Alice Collin., U U; L J.anie Prout, R. K. F1V . . , Inqi Itoyai iNeianuora of, America meeu Pho every .econu and fourth Moonday nifehia uX each month at s o'clock at co the new Odd Fellow, hall. Fraternity 222S building, visiting neighbor, invltta. EAta ingebret.en, as &leel avenue. POT ituinc :iwloa itwcor1w. 7ta and cells Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood- Rn men ot America meets every Tuesday ner night in new K. of p. hall. 4 doors north of postofflce. Out of town membeia cordially Invited to meet with us. O. F. Olseu, Consul. J. a Shaier, Clerk, Ogden Lodge. No. 2, Knight. ofr T" :hias. meets every Monday evening H01 it 8 o'clock in Castle hall of the Py- rooc thian building. 2351 (Jrant avenut. tT; Lit ing Knights uelcomo. A E Prstt. t C. L. ; W. L. Underwood, K. H. S.i 'u0 W. G. Kind. M. F. ?01 23rd Unity Lodge No. 18. F. & A. AL ' Mabouic Temple, 2650 Washington avenue. Meeting, every Wednesday' o j evening at 7 . 20 o'clock. Memoer. ot I sister lodge, and sojourning brethren 'IV. cordially invltel to attend. Fred M. sere Nje. W, M.; jeiL i, aioore, decre uiy. . FOl Royal Highlanders. Ogden Castle CaJj No. tb meeu in the new 1. O. U. F. y ( hall, fraternity block, 2320 Wash N Ave,, every 2nd and 4th Friday even . ing at H o clock. Visiting Highland ers cordially invited. A. F. Wyaes. TT L P. William Muller, Sec-Treas. J0(;L Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4, r I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth J Saturday tevenlngs at Odd Fellows :ar hall. Visiting members Invited. Ivy " Walls, N. G., Emma Meid. Recording Secretary, 7 IS Twenty-thJrd street. Brotherhood of American Yeomea. am Ogdeu Homestead No. 1605 meets on -every Tuesday evening In W. O. W. g, hall. Fraternity building. Washing j ton avenue. Visiting Archers' ar fori cordially invited to meet with u LeRoy lie Knight, foreman, S34 WW street. J. A. Junk. Correspond eut. noo -.02 Washington avenue. "al Women of Woodcraft. Ogden Circle No. 681. meets every Wednesday . night at 7:30 o'clock, new Woodman ua. Hall, Fraternity Bids. Wash. Ave Visiting Neighbors invited. Iues can te paid to McBride Drug Co...Jjf VlK Washington Ave. Anna Mills, . rr , 223 W. 31st Street. PhOM 1J-R u Marie Crltes. Clerk. 2731 Monroe. j Phone lmR.' .