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THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY JULY 15. 1914. 1
! - For Quick Results Try a 1 Standard Want Ad 1.56 U4 ADVERTISING PRICES Want ad-, -, ? IF IT'S vertlaementi cost one cent per . T 112 wAirT word ech or 5 cents per line IF YOU 1 88 HERE of ve words pr day, no first In- .-. A Krr . 6 YfM T -ertlon lets than 25 cents, or two WAIN 1 ; nrVt, or Tr ,ine Per week at the rate A K1xmnKtn 32 SURELY of 25 nta per line per week, or ANYTHING 4-9 YANT 75 cent Per "ne per month. Re- IT'Q VVMIM member, five average word, make 11 3 30 H l,r,e- A" advertisements on this HERE 8 " pace must be paid In advance. No 9S - exception to this rule. 64 ! 1 A --------------------. " 1 ! it WANTED FEMALE HELP 48 WOMAN cook. Hotel Idaho; also 1 60 woman cook for outfit crew Bert 6 Linn Employment Agency. Tel. 1246 72 7-15 It -S8 1 . 4! DINING room girl at the Virginia fiQ hotel. 7-11-lwk M GIRL for general housework; small I fani'ly, good wages. 2375 Madison. 7-11-tf l.ea ! $ SITUATIONS WANTED .84 ' 1 1 . .$ ; STENOGRAPHER; one year's experi- A ev.ee desires position. Tel. 2458-J .64 7-13 iwk ,a0 " 4t) j AN experienced woman wants work 45 ' by the day. Tel. 1912-J. 7-11-lwk 4S 1?5 EXPERT wallpaper cleaners; tinted 1 an wills. Edgren & Poulter, phone 1002-J. iad so NURSE. MRS. M. OLSON, Nurse. 2133 Grant. J" i Tel. 2239-R. 6-23 lino arv, ' ' " .if: nn a nr a KTr Dnnni tour ,, 1 day GOOD board, nice large rooms; most r- reasonable in city. 2639 Jefferson, ver- 7-13-lmo v ROOM and board. 2833 Adams. 3-16-tf jjl bOR KENT -. FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS ANU APARTMENTS. HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 171 22nd St. 7-16-lmo 4-ROOM modern Inquire 456 22nd. J j 7-14-lwk FURNISHED rooms for houaekeep- rF Ing 2220 Lincoln. 7-14-tf old t Jl 3 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, modern. 2630 Adams Ave. 7 13-iwk ti FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. modern, with gas or coal; shade 2758 n- Lincoln. 7-13-lwk md p c i 5-ROOM, modern house. Inquire 1075 24th St. 7-13-lwk ick, , , ian, riVE-room modern, $18 per month Inquire forenoon 2248 Jefferson. . ! Phone 1743 7-10-lwk dea 'Mrt ONE large sleeping room for one or I two gentlemen, 2042 Wash xve. lu 7-10 lwk end pen THREE modern furnished rooms; lQtf pas, bath, for light housekeeping. 634 J & 22nd St. 7-9-lwk FOUR rooms, modern Inquire at 123 el4 Poplar Ave. 7-9-lwk v, irit FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping, 126 W. 22nd St. 7 9-1 wk to TWO cool and comfortable rooms on the ground floor; furnished for house keeping; laundry In basement. 44y err 21st St. 7-9-lwk nS' MODERN furnished rooms with or 1CS without board, also modern roome for light nousekeeping. 539 23rd St. 7-7-lmo T" UNE nicely fur room, including bath, 51.50 per week. 2054 Adams 6-lS-tf - rtj HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Mon lu roe Ave. 617-lmo is- ap RICH flat, furnished or unfurnished. ul- 2465 Jefferson. Phone 609. 6-5-tf ROOM for rent to 2 young men 600 - 24tn St. 6 20 tf u , 4-ROOM furnished apartments, piod- ui em, rent reasonable. Apply Stilwell Terrace. 5-21-tf u . Mi Furnished or Unfurnished. ROOMS. Price very moderate. Utahna. 'on- FURNISHED flats. 2624 Grant Ave. 4-16-lyr ur 'WJI FOR RENT Furnished, new clean, comfortable housekeeping rooms, 92 4 week up. 526 31t St. 3-13-1 r j; I - FOR RENT jj I ry. UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOM D AND APARTMENTS. Ail " 4-ROOM cottage with bath, nice yard 2235 Adams. See Thomas B Farr. ; ii Pingree Nafl Bank 7-14-lwk j iU t 6-ROOM modern on Bench Phone 970. j bfl. 7-13-lwk a- Qtl- EIGHT-room modern house, 2363 Jef .aii ferson. Apply A. C. Emerson, 2325 IjW Madison. 7 io lwk t, 4 ROOMS, cellar, water, electric Ught. ry. $12 per month. 2721 Jeff. 7-10-lmo j iws lit FOUR-room. modern house. 946 Cap-1 ui itol Ave. Phone 1919-W. 7-10-lwk ij THREE rooms, pantry, shanty, water ,n. Inside, lights, 510. Inquire 222S Mon- oo roe. 7-11-lwk V. nif FOR SALE New homes, $1,000 and are up, Terms. Phone 1427. 6 29 tf us Vts THREE-room house. Phone 900-W. s-t. 619-lmo rcT .- i ; a ! PHONE 1570 I Clizbe-Signs & 1 SHOP 220 iLH r0e, I A ,1 6-ROOM, modern brick. Inquire next door, 953 25th St. 6-16-lmo 4 AND 5-room houses, with barn. W. 30th St. Christcnson Shoe Co. 6-13-tf FIVK-ioom modern house on Jeffer son near 23rd St at 520. Kelly & Her rick. 6-4-tf FOUR down stair rooms or whole house, including 8 rooms and base, ment 2521 Van Buren Phone 905. 4-RCOM house In the rear of 213S Jeff. Chrlstensen"8 Shoe Co. 6-15-tf MODERN o-room brick cottage with furance on the Bench Apply Dr. Freiday. 5-19-tf WANTED MISCELLANEOUS UNFURNISHED room for widowed lady. Near town. 268 31st St 7 13 lwk WANTED Clean, white old rags, at the Standard office. Phone 5G, 360 24th St. i 9 tf FOR SALE JWISCELUlNEOUS FURNITURE of 8-roora houseto Ije sold at once. 2171 Reeves Ave. Tel I M56-W. 7 14 lwh SLIGHTLY used upright pianos fron 575 up. Pantone, 29th and Hudson. 7-6-lmc A YOUNG team of mares; harness and wagon Inquire 2851 Quincv Ave. 7-11-lwk FURNITURE of 6-room modern I house. Have 2 rooms rented; pays j rent. 2C51 Adams. 7 11 lwk 1 GOOD horse, harness. 2 seated sur rey, cheap. Inquire 212 N. Washington I avenue. J. C. Bowman. 7-9-lwk I FEW choice milk cows. H. M. Dabb. Harrlsville. 7-6-3wks OUR $450 Player Pianos have no equal , fully guaranteed. Pantone, 29th and Hudson. 7-Ki-lmo COWS for sale at Cow Market. Preen or soon to be We buy and 6ell id carload lots We sell on approval Cor. Seventh and Wash. Pkone 2129-R. 4-11-tf ONE Everett piano, cabinet Grand, in good condition, cost $750, will sell for 200 if taken soon; also one Chase & Baker piano-player, 5100. 340 32ud St. I MOVABLE dance pavllhon, also can vas. Bargain Phone 803. 2170 Lin coln. 4-24-tf A SET of white china dishes, fruit jars, etc . cheap. 917 24th. St. SNAP if taken at once: Twin Indian, just overhauled. See Vern Bullough at Browning Bror. Repair Shop. MOTORCYCLE single. Apply Red field Repair Shop, Five Points. 6-4-tf TO TRAE E MOTORCYCLE for horses or cows Phcne 2019-W. 6 4-tf Your business card In the directory will .keep your name and business be fore :he people It will pav you try U. LOST A CAMEO ring; west side of Bamber ger track, north .of the power house. Liberal reward 1232 25th St. 7-14-3t COLLEGE pin. between 24th and Washington and courthouse; reward. Address 3468 Washington. 7-7-lwk FOUND A BLUE horse, half brand ou left shoulder John Kap, Kanestlle. 7-7-lwk A NIGHT latch or safety lock key, 24th and about Wall Ave Inquire Standard Office. 7-14-lt DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING at 2610 Monroe Tel UW-B. 7-4-lmo DRESSMAING and sewing; 2117 Quincy Tel. 1369-M. 7-9-lmo DRESSMAKING and ladies' tailoring. 2273 Adams. Phone 2680-W. DRESSMAKING, pla-n sewing. Fhooe 991. 278 22nd St. 12-19-tf MONEY TO LOAN DIAMONDS, watches, Jewelry, guns, etc. Thomas Loan Office, Grant & 25th. 5-18-lyr ANY amount on real estate. Blchsel Investment Co., 4U 24tb St MONEY on first mortgage real es tate loans Kelly & Herrick. 3 15 tf LOAN'S on improved farm or city property. K P Hunter. 423 Htt St., oppor.if Court House. MORTGAGE loans on farm or city property. O. A. KENNEDY. Base ment of Utah National Bank Bldr 1-19-tf. MONEY advanced salaried people on easy payments; no security, also loans on furniture, pianos, etc. Drake, 218 Col Hudson Bldg. MONEY to loan oa city and farm property. Any amount, no delay. Matthews-McCulloct Co. under First National Bank. Puons 301-W. ilONlSy to losn on real state necur lly. J. J. Bruramltt. 4 27-ti Read the Classified Ads. SPECIAL NOTICE Neal Institute Modern 3-dav treat ment for liquor habit. 663 26th St. 6 12 lmo FOR SALE 1 REAL ESTATE 4- ROOM house with sleeping porch. Large Barn, lot 50x140 In good con dition 526 16th St 7-14-lwk MUST be sold this week; biggest bar gain in town; modern house and fur niture; all new, 53200. 655 23rd St. 7-13-13t 5 ROOM house; 2 1-2 acres bearing fruit, modern barn, outbuilding, fresh Jersey cow and separator; half cash balance to suit 886 12th St. 7-13-lwk Z ACRES of good fruit land; also good Jersey cow (fresh) and separa tor. 886 12th St. 7-9-lmo 5- ROOM. modern house, large sleep Iiig porch, on terms. 51800. See own er, 1112 22nd St. Phone 1646-W. 7-10-lwk MODERN house, 955 26th St. 7-10-lmo FOR SALE OR TRADE. 6 ROOM modem house on the Bench, close in. Large lot, beautiful lawn, price only $3350; 5500 down and monthly payments. This place will rent lor $30 per month. A large lot on 27th St at sacrifice price R. A. NORRIS REAL ESTATE 2409 Hudson Ave. Phone 293 7-13-lwk NEW homes $1000 and up; vacant lots, $150 and up, terms. Phone 1427. 6-29-tf ANY kind of house you wish; lots. ftrb Insurance and loans. 3519 Adams. 6-27-lmo I ' " 5 ROOM house; 1 1-2 acre of ground, i 3 blocks from Five Points school Phone 1701-M. 6-26-lmo LOT near Union depot, $10 per front foot; 510 down, $10 per month. J. J. Brummltt, Under Utah National Bank. tf A SPECIAL bargain by owner: 6 room, modern, brick bungalow on Bench, 24th St. Close In; easy terms Phone 1312-R and I will call on you, Its worth Investigating. A NICE sightly lot on 23rd St., 50x135 feet to alley, city water In front o? lot; only 5200; 510 down and $10 per month. J. J Brummitt, Phone 59. tf 150x132 ft. to 20 ft. alley with three houses, city water, electric lights, rent for $32; R. R. district; owner needs money; will sell at a bargain; get particulars and mako offer. E. F. Bratz. A GOOD four-rpom cottage with city water and electric lights, well located near depot; onh $1400; any kind of terms. J. J. Brummitt, Under Utah National Bank. , tf LOT for sale at a bargain by owner On Jackson, two hundred feet south of 26th St East front. Apply at 2671 Adams. . COZY 5-room modern brick house, ce ment walk and basement; at big bar gain $2600 cash for a few days; well I worth price $3300; prettiest location I In town, 2964 Grant. 6 19 tf I SEVEN-room brick house, close in, on Adams, modern, at a sacrifice; would trade for smaller house. See Owner, 2966 Adams. o-18-imo County Real Estate For Sale 23 ACRES lor sale on tar line, 12 miles from Ogden; macadamized road all the way, fine, sandy loam soil; 5 acres in bearing assorted com mercial orchard, balance of farm all cropped, good house. Owner leaving state reason for selling $6500, good terms, will take small home in Og r",en for part Address H. M. B., Brlgham City, R. F. D. No. 2, Box 73-A. 7-8-tf "FARMS! FARMS! run saie or traoe. ii us iann or ranch land you want, Walker's got It Come in today and we'll get you a farm for your City home. J. F. WALKER, REAL ESTATE, Basement of Broom Hotel. PHONE 460. fWIent Five rooms new and strictly modern on the bench half block from 25th street car line. $30.00 per month. WILL SELL ON EASY TERMS. Phone 73 1 -J. 7-7-tf NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING Of the Stockholders of Oregon Lumber Company, Pursuant to resolution duly offered and adopted by the Board of Direc tors of the Oregon Lumber company at a meeting of said Board of Direc tors held at the office of said cor poration on the 3rd day of July, 1914. and entered in the Minute Book o! said corporation as a part of proceed ings of said meeting, Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders is hereby called and will be held in the office of said corporation In Room No 621 of th David Eccles building in the City of Ogden. County of Weber, State of Utah, on the 8th day of August, A. D. 1914. at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of considering the re Incorporation of the Oregon Lumber company, or amending of the present Articles of Incorporation of the Ore gon Lumber Company, whichever In the judgment of the stockholders, at snid meeting is deemed to be for the best interests of the said corporation and for the transacting of any other business of the said Oregon Lumber Company which may properly come before the stockholders thereof Dated this 7th day of July 1914 H. H. ROLAPP. Secretary. Date of first publication July 7, 1914. Date of last publication July 3i! 1914. NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is hereby given by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of the intention 6f 8ajd board to make the following described im provements, to-wlt: To create both sides of Twenty-fourth street, bo tween Van Buren and Harrison ave nues as a curb and gutter district, and to construct therein concrete curbs and gutters according to the standard form adopted and used In Ogden City, and together with all in tersections and the necessary grad ing therefor, and to defray the whole of the cost thereof, estimated at $2,600.00, by a local assessment upon the lots and pieces of ground lying and being within the following dis trict, being the district to be affected and benefited by said improvement, to-wit: All the land lying between the outer boundary lines of said street on both sides thereof, and a lino drawn fifty feet outward from and parallel to the said outer bound ary lines, being part of lots 1 to 5 inclusive, block 35, plat "C," and part of lots 1 to 13 Inclusive. Capi tol Block subdivision, Ogden City sur vey. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such Intention must be presented In writing to the City Recorder on or before the 31st day of July, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m., that being the time set by Baid Board of Commissioners when they will hear and consider such objections as may be made thereto, at the mayor's of fice at the City Hall, Ogden City, Utah By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Ogden City, Utah. Dated this 6th day of July, 1914. FLORENCE O. STANFORD, City Recorder. First publication July 7, 1914. Last publication July 29, 1914. TOOELE COURT NEWS. Tooele, July 14 At the July term of the district court, held here yes terday before Judge M. L. Ritchie, the following matters were passed upon In the case of the State of Utah vs, Christ Burbas, charged with as sault with a deadly weapon with In tent to do bodily harm, the defendant was arraigned, pled not guilty and the trial or the case was set for Sep tember 14. The civil case of Peter Kotorides vs Gost Buzines was tried and was taken uuder advisement. in the case of the Mine & Smelter Supply company vs Franklin Leasing company, the report of the receiver was approved and an order of sale granted. In the cases of Mattie Potts vs. Samuel S Potts and Charles King vs. Meda King, an interlocutory de cree of divorce was granted to the plaintiffs in each case upon the grounds of desertion. A number of probate matters were also taken up. Among them Myra Hoffman w-as appointed guardian of the estate of Annie Hoffman and oth ers, the total amount of the bond being $6500. uu ANTELOPE ISLAND FIRE LIGHTS SKY Salt Lake, July 15. Like the crim son glow of a prolonged sunset, fire illuminated the mirror surface of Great Salt Lake last night. What is believed tq have been burning grass on Antelope Island gave forth such an aurora-like display of light that It wap easily noticeable from the city until after 10 o'clock. It was at first reported that Garfield was afire and the rumor caused numerous anxious inquiries. J. E. Dooley, manager of the Island Improvement company, which owns the Island and ranch improvements on It. left for Saltalr on the last train la6t night to go by boat to the Isl and. The position of the fire toward the north end of the island led to the general belief that the ranch buildings were out of range. Grass fires on the island have been trou blesome In the past, but for several years none have occurred Boating parties landing on the island are al ways cautioned about building fires or throwing down cigar and cigarette stumps because of the heavy growth of cheat or June grass. Up to a late hour last night no definite word had been received from the island. SEEK TO PREVENT STREET HAWKING Salt Lake, July 15 In response to urgent requests from a large number ; of Main street merchants the city j commission has had drawn an ordi nance regulating and licensing street hawkers and transients who ply their trade from temporary quarters estab lished in vacant stores or In the en trances to alleys The measure will ccme before the commission this morning It is proposed to make the license sufficiently heavy to discourage this class of merchant, who stays but a fow days in his temporary quarters und theu flits to other fields, after making a good harvest from the sale of trinkets and cheap merchandise .nn GRAIN TRUST SUIT HEARING CONTINUED Salt Lake. July 15. By consent of counsel for both sides, the hearing on the order to show cause In the big grain trust suit was continued with out date by Judge F. C. Loofbourow yesterday. R. E Miller and John L. Barr are suing the Farmers' Milling & Grain AFTER PAYING RENT a few years what have you to show for It? Only a bunch of receipts, remember the tenant pays Interest, taxes, Insurance, etc, on hit land lord's Investment. Be Your Own Landlord A little down and a little every month buys you a modern 5 room brick bungalow on bench. Close In. It's worth Investigating. See us about It at once. M. SKEEN REALTY CO. Under Utah Nat. Bank. HBH RISING VALUES IN REAL ESTATE A CHANCE FOR YOU TO BUY A HOME A Five-room Modern House with heat, worth at least $2880.00, will sell for $1900.00, $300 down and $25.00 per month. ! And other Modern Houses and Vacant Lots to sell on easy payments. Carl C. Rasmusson REAL ESTATE Phone 115. 2428 Hudson Ave. company and several other grain and milling companies, Including a num ber of individuals, to restrain them from a monopoly on the grain supply of the western states They seek to have a receiver appointed for the Utah-Idaho Elevator company and for a lestrainlng order preventing the de fendants from continuing to control that company. 00 LIQUOR CASE8 CALLED. American Fork, July 14. The cases of Owen Hanson and Lawrence John son, charged with the illicit Bale of liquor, were called today by Justice Nlelson. At the requect of City At torney Whltocotton. the case against Hanson was dismissed. Johnson was trted and the jury of four brought In a verdict of guilty. An appeal will be made to the district court. uu LANE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. Washington, July 15. Secretary Lane today celebrated the fiftieth an niveraary of his birth. His office was a bower of flowers and congratula tions poured In on him from many sources. THE AMERICAN COTTON CROP. The cntton crop of 1913 was next to the largest ever raised, according to the census bureau, which places the quantity ginned at 13,982,811 running bales, counting round as half bales and excluding linters, or l4,15b,4S6 bales of 500 pounds. This was a decrease of 1,536,215 bales, or 9.8 per cent, from the crop of 1911, which was the larg est ever gathered or ginned. The amount coming into sight, or commer cial crop, so far reported by trade authorities is 14.233,106 bales, with a prospect that It will aggregate 14.600. 000 bales by the end of August. The amount of cotton Beed produced, In tons, In 1913 was 6,305,000. with an estimated value of $156,600,000. Of this quantity, 4,767,802 tons were crushed. The corresponding amounts for 1912 were 6,104,000 tons produced and 4,579,508 tons crushed, and for 1911. 6,997,000 tons produced and 4, 921,073 tons crushed. The world's production of cotton In 1913, exclusive of linters, measured by the factory supply that Is, the quantity entering commercial channels was 22,325,000 bales of 500 pounds net This com pares with 20,976,000 bales in 1912 21,269,000 bales In 1911, and 16,241, 000 bales In 1909. Of the total world production of commercial cotton in 1913 the United States contributed 60.0 per cent, India 17.1 per cent. Egypt 6.6 per cent. China 5.4 per cent and Russia 4.5 per cent. Bradstrcet's. Ogden Business Directory I Classified Alphabetically f Abstracts of Title Abels Abstract & Title Co Inc., mov ed to 376 2otb St., Broom hotel build ing. Phone 460. We make abstracts of title anywhere In Weber county at reasonable charges. Auto and Carriage Painting There are a few autos in Ogden that need painting. We have painted 75 why not paint yours?; Touch up and varAlsh. 5 days; paint, 10 days. Why drive a Bhabby car? Ogden Car riage Co., Phone 1026-W, 1701 Wash. Accordion Plaiting Done in all lengths. 2568 Cole's Court, rear 240 26th St Tel.' 1180-M. Attorneys E T. Hulanlskl, First National Bank Bldg. 12 11 tf Bakery Eat "Ullkit and Domestic Science" Bread. Ulikit High Grade Bakery Goods. The Domestic Science Baking Co., 2268 Grant Avenue Phone 538. Blacksrnithing, Horseshoeing ! We furnish all kinds of rubber tires. Carriages, buggies, wagons, automo biles, etc.. repaired. New wagons made to order O. E. Savage, Cor. Washington and 22nd St. Phone 389 W. Billiards Billiards and pocket billiards; new tables "The Cosey," 326 25th St. City Scavenger Cltv Scavenger, McCarty & Co., 2728 Grant Bell phone 2018 W. Counselor-at-Law Lawver O'Connolly over Commer cial National Bank Bldg., 3G9 24th St Phone 11. Contractor and Builder AH kinds of mill work, baud saw Inc and stair-building Mfgrs of sash, doors mouldings, mantels and frames P. A. Isakson & Co . 247-251 22nd St. j 1 .,.,., isnfi-T Coal and Lime All the good coals and all the coals good. For the best coal man In town phone 27. John Farr Coal Co Yarc 2041 Washington Avenue. Carpet Cleaning K. Van Kampen Phone 883 for up holstering, mattress making, restretch lng of bed springs. Chiropractor F. J. Freenor, D. C, Graduate Chir opractor. No drugs, surgery or os teopathy, try chiropractic. Rooms 212-213-214 Col. Hudson Bldg. Phone 311. Carpets Cleaned Carpets cleaned and laid by steam. Phone McBrlde. Telephone 1844-W. 2 17 14 Decorating and Paints MULLER DECORATING CO. Opposite library. Where the ladles obtain paints and little tricks of the brush. Best paperhanglng with a guar antee. Employment Agency Burt Linn Emp. Agency, Am. & Fore ign Lalor All kinds of help furnished free to employer. 207 25th Phone 1246. Electrical ffs 1tfr4. Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Dr. Wright, practice limited to Eye. Ear Nose and Throat. Glasses cor rectly fitted. Col. Hudson Bldg Funeral Director C. J. A. LI NDQUIST, The Undertaker, 2620 Washington Ave. j Grocery and Bakery Try our best quality coffee. 40c the lb. Also good cheaper grades, 25c to ' 35c. lb. Phone 1145-W. J. J. Sch wartz, 2234 Jefferson Ave. Groceries Also agentg for U. S. Cream Separ ators and o. K Electric Washing Ma chines. RUSSELL JAMES CO. Everything to eat and then some Hotel Safety, comfort, moderate. New Brlgham hotel. 24th and Wall One block from depot Only fire-proof hotel In the city. Reduced rates for permanent guests. Rates, 75c and up. Theo Gorle, Prop. Jeweler A full line of fine jewelry and wat ches. Watch repairing a specialty. H. F. LTpp, 2476 Grant Ave. Junk Ogden Junk House if you have any kind of Junk phone us up. We will call for It Tel. 210. Job Printing DENKERS & SON, Printers Established in 1902. It will pay vou to see us first. Phone 1843-J. 421-423 23rd St. Kindling Wood Kindling wood. Yard on Hudson avenue, between 23rd and 24th Sts. Phone 517-J. Laundry Ogden Imperial Laundry. Ogden's only Independent laundry. All clas ses of work done. Try our wet wash 3c per lb. Rough dry 6c per lb. Phono 1536-M. Masseur and Chiropractor B. Cowlishaw, Masseur and Chiro practor. Suite: 511 Eccles Bldg. Monuments " granite and marble. Joseph Parry & Sons Co.. 2253 Washington Avenue. . Phone 721-W. 1 Meat Market Russell James Company. Also a full line of groceries "Everything to cat." See our Dept of Household Needs. Cor. 24th and Lincoln Ave. Phones ' 412 and 41S. Mechano-Therapist Dr. H A. White. M T D., Graduate Mechano-Therapist, over Smalley's 336 25th St All chronic diseases suc cessfully treated without drugs. Con sulfation free. Phone 1S54-W. Monuments See Mltch; Bros, for Monumental work. Don't pay big commissions to agents, pictures of monuments are j misleading. Yard, 2003 Jefferson Ave, Notary Public O. A. Kennedy Basement Utah Na tional Bank Building. 1 19 tf New and Second-hand Goods ALVORD & ANYTHING "A to Z." SING it and RING it 333-W. 2 2 tf Photographer The Noggle Studio. Fine portraits, views All kinds of commercial work. Best kodak finishing in the city. Phone 388-J 416-24th St Painting and Decorating We will hang your wall paper VYc will paint your house. We wjll tell you how to do It yourself. Griffiu Paint Co., 2310 Washington Ave. Pianos and Organs SPECIAL SALE of Pianos and Vio lins McKinley. Century, Boston and Superior Editions, and everything musical. Ezra H G. Williams Music Co., 2215 Wash. Ave. Phone 503. Road the Classified Ada SUEZ-CANAL TRAFFIC The report of the Suez Canal com pany for 1913 states that ten vears ago vessels recording more than "4,000 tons were not 22 per cent of the total passing through the canal; last year they were over 44 per cent. Ships of i over 6,000 tons ten years ago were hut 1 per cent of the total; last year they were 5 per cent. In 1912 the average time was cut down by thirty five minutes to sixteen hours nine teen minutes, which was maintained last year Iist year 5,085 ships used the canal. The year 1913, while the ' total trade done was less than In 1912 showed a marked gain in the tonnage of loaded merchant ships. The quan tity of merchandise carried was 2-".-775,000 tons, a record figure. The heavy business was bound east and south. It Included coke from Great Britain, sugar from Adriatic ports, nte rol from Russia and the United States and phosphates from Algeria and Tunisia. A special feature was j the size of the consignments to India I and farther eastern ports of worked metals, machinery and railway mater ial. ' urma. Slam, Indo-Chlna and East Africa are increasing their trade with Europe. China and Japan are stead ily and largely expanding their busi ness while India has from the first been a main supplier of traffic. The region directly tributary to the canal Is also developing new Industries, jj Bradstreet's. nn P OLD HABITS. fl "I think our new butler must have j fl been a baseball umpire once." "Why so''" I "He's dusting off the plate with a J wbiskbroom. I HELP! 1 Need Assistance I Try an Ad. in the Standard Classified Columns, BOUND TO BRING RE- I SULTS. I Physician and Surgeon I Dr A. Fernlund, Physician and Sur- I geon. Office hours 11 to 4 4p. ra. New I Peery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Phone 1900W Residence phone 2129W. 646 Wash. Printing 1 For good and up-to-date Printing Call J 1106. Dee-Neuteboom, 2362 Wash. Av. 1 Real Estate 1 J. J. Brummitt, Loans, Insurance, I Real Estate. 2402 Washin?ton Ave. M Under Utah National Bank. Phone 59. Real Estate m Fifty choice lots for sale, hair block m from car line. $10 down easy pay- JSM ments. Phone 39.1. Hussey-Woods ja Realty Co., 2408 Washington Ave. Stratford Collection and I Reporting Co. f Employes none but good attorneys. fa Conveyancing, probate business, per- jl sonal injury cases, divorce proceed- j logs and all other legal matters 1 promptly and efficiently handled. I Storage Batteries I Recharged, repaired, stored: satis- I faction guaranteed. Electric Service f Co., 425 24th St t Second-hand Goods New and Second-hand turniture, ' clothing and shoes, bought, sold or ex- changed; al60 trunks and suitcases cheap. A. Siner. Phone 1321. 179 1-2 Twenty-fifth St 6 13 lyr Sanitary Work Your Garbage hauled regular Sani- tary can furnished free. Sanitary Gar- !K base Co., Phone 610. I Shoe Repairs OGDEN SHOE REPAIR FACTORY. Soles sewed for 75c. Rubber heels v. 35c 322 24th St j Stove and Range Repairs SummeriH'6 Stove Repair House, F. j Summerill, Sr.. 2141 Jefferson Ave. 1 Tel. 364. F Summerill, Jr , 2304 Wash. Ae. Tel. 195 A complete line I of repairs and water jackets. Stoves I both new and second hand. Spirella Corset Mrs. Smith Tel. 661-W. 401 24th. J Vacuum Cleaners j One Dollar Per Day, delivered and I called for Electric Sen Ice Co., j I Phone 8. Up 24th St Watchmaker and Jeweler SMALLEY'S Watchmakers, Jewel- jj ers and Engravers 336 Twenty-fifth I street. Phone 1300-J. Western Foundry and Machine Co. All kinds of brass and iron castings. Machine, Boiler and Sheet lion Work. Phone 617. 1 The Daily Thought "Every man Is my master In I some one thing" sas Emerson. Wise men are over alert to Acquire knowledge, for in knowl- edge comos power. 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