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THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, . L ..
Woman's Page . Charming Little Frock Easily Made of White Paris Muslin or Dotted Swiss Cuffs for Bottom of Skirts the Latest for the Little Miss Many Shades of Yellow Worn Fruit Loaf Salad Recipe Shad Roe Salad Very Good. FROCK FOR THE LITTLE MISS. A charming little frock simple to make can bo developed in white Paris mushu or dotted swiss. nwmx one peice with kimono sleeves Just to turn the elbow. Finish with Deal P'ronch teams and to form a short waist line work eyelets In oval an inch long, two to a group, and each group an inch and a half or two Inchon apart The easiest way to work these ovals is to draw them narrow, then cut a iencthwise slit and turn them, under edges with the needle baste. ' if necessary, and work closelv over; I and over. If a long walsted effect is . preferred the eyeei may uv doi .u. enough down to give a short skirt from seven to nine Inches deep. The host plan is to gauge the place for the evelets by tyins a ribbon around ihe Jj dress to give the desired length of I waist. Such a frock is easily put together, I vet may be given quite an air ot el aboration by the trimming. One ef fect is to trim the bottom 01 the skirt, squarr neck, and bottom of the sleeve or tops of turnup cuffs the I former is simpler to make with a narrow binding of colored Handker chief linen about an inch or an Inch and a quarter wide finished h" this k put 00 as a binding cut the bias i e rip two Inches and a hnir wide to allow for seams. Or the trimming may be arranged in the form of a set on facing or hem. This latter me thod is rood looking with the one edge cut in an Irregularor waved line i or long shallow scallops. CONCERNING YELLOWS Marvelous are the color shadings in yellow. They range from the bilious I tint of a sea-sick greenish shade to reallv wonderful tones In the deep tango In coats and silk frocks and , hats it is almost impo?sible to com- i.lete an outfit without something yellow, but remember in making a se I lection that the complexion must be taken into account. The deep tones are becoming to al most anv woman of any .'.go or of any complexion, but not so with the putty, mustard and greenl6h tints. These mast he chosen with care. FRUIT LOAF SALAD Pit enough ripe cherries to have a j cupful, and wash and pick a basket of firm strawberries, pin. them in strain or oer the bowl in a cool place. Hoi-! low out a small loaf of bread and j draw a white ribbon bow through the cover to lift It by. Line the loaf with lettuce leaves take the fruit and mix I it w ith a dressing made of sour cream with a teaspoonful of lemon juice beaten in it. Place tbe mixture in the , loaf Cover, garnish the platter with I cress and serve at once. This is ex- i cellent preceded by a coM dinner. SHAD ROE SALAD. Take one fresh roe and put it In cold, .slightly salted water; let cornel to boilinc point, then simmer for 20 ! minutes, but do not boil to nieces. Drain and cool, then eut in half inch slices with a sharp knife; marinate for two hours in the same dressing OID YOU EVER SEE ! CANDY SWIM? These hot days are bad for: candy, especially the choco-' lates, and they fairly swim I NOT SO with us, however, we have a refrigerator which ! keeps them in perfect condi j tion. I Yellowstone Park? Headache Tablets? J&fauicAe Drugs WASHINGTON AT 25TH i that is used for the 'salad a la dlable, onlv add the juice of one large onion : ' and n bay leaf, and use tarragon in- I ..(r,H imrjf. rndish drain and lav In a bed ol fresh watercress, and use I for the sauce a quarter glass of red currant jellv melted in a half glass or port wine Do not boi lit, just heat enough to melt thoroughly. Garnish with green pepper ribbons. oo Why Actresses Never Grow Old I iTIir.itrical World) Nothing eoncornlnK tm professional seems more puzzling t th dear old pun He than the perpetual youth of our fem inine members. How often we hear re marks like "Why. I w her as Juliet fortv vear.s .ik" and she doesn't look a seal ohler n.. i l c i.urse allow .in. . i inade for makeup, but when Ihev . m off the Stage ir close range, the. need another explanation. How stranpe women generally haven t learned the secret ..f keeping the face voting! How simple B matter tO get an ounci ( mercollzod wax at the iim M re. apply It like cold cream, and In ihe, m.irnlne wash It off! We know how this Jllti ' t.ttKU- nhknl-ht n 1 I ell- I j tlcfe, keeping the complexion new and freh fre. n.im fine lines, sallowness 'r 'over-redness. We know. too. that this men . ill.. , wjv Is the reason actressc? don't wear moth patches, liver spots , pimple and the like Wh don't our Liters "li the other side of the footlights learn tht reason, and profit by It? Ad I erlisement oo TRENCHES FILLED WITH THE D E A D 1 Brussels. Aug. S, via London, 9t20 1 a. m Soldiers returning here report j ed that the trenches around Liege are ! literally tilled with the bodies of Ger 1 mans. In some places the bodies are piled four and five deep. rr CREDfTORS LIQUIDATION COMPANY Expert collectors, accountants and business adjusters. Suits brought in company s name if desired Bonded to the state of Utah for $5,000.00. "We get the monev" 106 Col. Hudson Bldg Phone S7. Vdvertisemont FRENCH TROOPS ARE ASKED FOR Brussels, via Paris, Aug. 7 King Albert appealed to France for aid in repulsing the Germans, according to the Exchange Telegraph company. The king in a message to President Polncarc- thanked him for his prompt ness in responding to the Belgian ap peal. President Poincare responded that thf French troops were proud to sec ond the brave Belgian army He als0 in recognition of its gallant defense, conferred the Cross of the Legion ot Honor on the city of Liege. "For many days." reads the state ment, "our little army by tenacity and courage rendered highly valuable ser vice to the French army, which for some days under forced march has been hurrying to our assistance and now occupies a considerable portion Of our territory. "Hundreds of German prisoners have been captured These are chief lv cavalrymen The spirit of the Ger man soldiers lacks enthusiasm They appear to be fighting lethargically, while their officers endeavor to pass themseUes off as Frenchmen." You Should Worry If it were difficult to find a safe and reliable remedy for the ailments due to irregular or defective action of the stomach liver or bowels. These ailments are likely to attack anyone; likely, too, to lead to worse sickness if not relieved Beeepanfa Pills are famous the world over, for their power to correct these tSl&S&tt Eafely" W cleanse the Try?? purify the blood and act as a general tonic unon body, brain and nerves lS8U.OIVvb,-1,OUsnc?- castipation might, indeed, cause you mo longed suffering and expose you to danger if Boecham'a fills Were Not On Hand Tk SaX ?f M.dfcin. In the World. 3ol crywhre. In boxes, 10c, 25c. Ask your dealer for OUR Delicious Raisin Bread in Sanitary Wrappers 10c jj THE HESS BAKERY I oe Scientific Bakers BELGIANS IN u. mum Report That Liege, Greatest Commercial City in Belgium Is in Flames Enrages Volunteers FIGHT IN CITY UNHUMAN r.,.i 7Mw Ym-L rll At- tack on Helpless Citizens a Monstrous Thing New York, Aug 8.- Reports that Liege, the greatest commercial City In Belgium, was In flames In places as the result of Germnn shell fire, created dlsihay and rage among the hundreds of Belgian volunteers who have Flocked here from all parts of the country on their way to Europe The Palais d Justice and St Paul s Cathedral, reported damaged by Sheila are among the oldest buildings In Ku I rope. Speaking Of the reported destrnc tion. Pierre Mall, the Belgian consul general said today: "It is monstrous anil inhumane, the fiRht being made In the city of Liege It lies on the right bank of i Ik Mouse river, in the center of the circle of twelve forts, which comprise the fortifications of the district of i iof it i flatter thm New York r n 1 1 its approaches insi'b tlv lorts. are unguarded There are 171.000 people n the city proper and In the poorer miarters the congestion is a serious matter If a fire ever starts th re, the city is doonx d no TACTICS OF THE GERMANS FAULTY Another report, from Liege that an I armistice of two hours only was J arantcd the Germans in order that ,' they might collect their wounded. n official communication issued at Paris state's that the troops in the fortress of Liege being sufficient for the defense of the town, an active di vision mobilized at Liege, lias joined the army in the field. English military critics in London , papers comment on the failure of the ! tactics of the German Infantry ex ! hlhlted in fheir frontal attacks on the Liege forts in which they wpre re pulsed it is contended that the Ger mane learned nothing from recent wars and still adhere to methods adopted in the Franco-German war. nn How's This? Wr ..flVr On Mur.'.rii Dnlljrs Rnirrl for anj roue of Catarrh that caorot br i-nr br liall' latarrb Cur. F J. CFIEXEY 4 CO.. ToUAo. 0 Wo. the undorrlcnrrt. bTp lino-" F. .7. Cheoe for itc lift lft Tfirj. aad bfUcr blaj DtrfrcrlT bnoonblr In all bulnrs trnnsr'ions nj Bnanclally blo to cttj uut my obligation! tDQdV by bla firm. NAT BANK OF COSIUEBCB Toledo, Ohio. rfall'K Catarrh Cnro If taken Inlrrr.allr. ir Hr-.Wr upoo lb blood amj muroua sorfpc-- r,f the t.jmoro TnlcaoniBM aont fr Price 75 ?nf per iKittl. Sold by all Dmcitlatg. Take HaU'tf Family nil for ronstipalJoa. MEDIATION OFFER HAS GOjDEFFECT Italy Warmly Supports Presi dent Wilson's Proposition American Ambassador Doing All Possible. Rome, via Paris, Aug. 7. 8:05 p m -The offer of mediation by President Wilson has produced an excellent ef fect Italy, while admitting the great obstacles to Its success, will warmly support the American proposition Regret 1b expressed at the absence of the American ambassador, Thomas Nelson Page at such a critical time but Secretary Jay, who enjoys the fullest confidence of those in official circles, is doing his utmoat to promote the scheme. He bas had several con versations regarding it with the for eign minister uu REFUGEES COMING ON THENEW VORK Other Stranded Americans to Arrive on the Philadelphia Many in Steerage. New York. Aug. 8 The first Amer icari refugees from the Kuropean war ridden countries are expected to ar rive here tonight or early tomorrow morning on the liner New York from Southampton. When her sister ship, the Philadel- ffiS1 .ac?.es here latc afcxt week With 600 first class passengers and .so American home comers in her steerage, the question will have to be BettteC by the immigration authori ties whether or not those In the steer age must be taken to Ellis Island. As many of the steerage passengers are American residents who ordi narily would have traveled in the cabin. It Is expected that they will demand the same courtesies accorded the first cabin passengers GERMAN AMERICANS v. , v . PRAISE PRESIDENT .ew 'iork, Aug. 7. A messago of thanks for President Wihwn'H offer of mediation to the powers at war In Europe was sent to him tonight by the German-American peace sod wl!2IDJt8 senera' meeting here, with the outbreak of war In mind, the society, in a statement, reaffirm ed its adherence to the peace r"inH pleB laid down in its platform "At tho present time, however," II adds, "thru p0jIlt nf its program seoms the most Important which pro vides for the furtherance of friendly relations between the old and new fatherland and it most emphatlcall protests against the attitude of a pari of the American press that seems t. try its best to bring about a disturb ance of these relation's, even for the time after the end of the n it "In this sad hour our sympathy be lories without reservation to our brothers righting in tlir ranks of the German and Austrian armies and we hope for the victory of their arms not only out of love oT the old father land, but also out of sincere convic tion that by this the Ideals of man- kino also riie rlchth understood ideas of universal peace will be besl serv ed in the end. We re-ret and (on demn this war, but faced bj an un alterahlp fad. we hope for the vU tor, of the right, for we firmly believe In the mission of the Germ ail nation oo NORWEGIAN STEAMER OWES A MIME (jiiuiYaU? n in 1 1 l Flushing. Holland. via London. 12 20 p. m.. Aug. 8. The Norwegian steamer Tylsa of ?90B ton struck mine outside of the Dutch Island of Wiergen today The explosion shattereil her stern. lut the captain managed to run her on the beasoh AMBASSADOR IS BADLY TREATED French Minister to Berlin Sub jected to Indignities on Way Home From Germany. Paris, Aug 8. 4:15 a. in The experiences of Jules fambon. the French ambassador to Berlin, on hi frlii fnini 1 li ... fI..i-ivior ci nitnl am re. lated in detail In n report to the minister of foreign affairs It ap pears that he was subjected to nu merous inconveniences and even to ill-treatment when passing the canal at Kiel. Soldiers there invaded the train on the pretense of Inspecting the bag gage and he and other travelers were obliged to remain in their compart ments, the windows of which were closed and the curtains drawn, Be fore each door a soldier stood with B revolver In hand. This detention lasted for more than an hour The Russian charge d'affaires, and women and children. II Is M;:t'-d, had I to submit to the same treatment. uu LINERS HELD IN IUHARB0R British Admiralty Sends Or ders to Olympic Vader- land Also Delayed. New York Aug. 8. The White Star liner Olympic, to have cleared from this port today with British reserves, was held up Indefinitely under re ceipt of orders from the British ad miralty The sailing of the Red Star liner Vaderland on which in no B an reservists were booked for a Brit ish port, also was delajed. oo ORDER TO TREAT GERMANS KINDLY French People Called on tp Display No Hostile Attitude Toward Prisoners. Befort. France. Saturday Morning. Aug 3. The mayor of this city to day issued a proclamation calling on iuua.Duaur.8 to treat uerman pris oners with respect and not to dl6 Play a hostile attitude toward them in spite of the reported execution by Germans of a number of Alsatian I youths who wore endeavoring to cross into France to Join the French arm) . MISTREATMENT OF AMBASSADOR Fans. Aug. 7 (3:30 p. m.) Jules Cambon, the French ambassudor to Germany, while on his way from Ber lin to Copenhagen, was stopped at a station inside the German frontier according to official reports, and In formed by the major accompanying him that he could not continue his Journey unless he paid over 3,600 marks ($900.) The ambassador said he did not hae 80 much cash sith him and proffered his check on an Important Berlin bank The check was re- iused, currency being insisted upon. M Cambon then borrowed from his traveling companions enough to make up the amount In gold, which he hand ed over, requiring at the same time the officer's word of honor that he would be aJlowed (o reach the Danish frontier. This was given by the German officer. The French liner France had not sailed from Havre up to last night, or was It known precisely when she would sail No explanation is given for the delay, but it Is supposed it Is due to fear of German cruisers In American waters The French ambassador to the t'nlted States, Jules J Jusserand. Is aboard the France, and that steamer and the Chicago may sail together on TP A o TREE AlWayS I SAN FRANCISCO trie best -always llLHA-f pquwpjj the same U. ., lei B mi Si minmiBiiiiii a iia TT ! Sunday, possibly with a naval con I voy. The French war office is arranging to accept foreign volunteers, begin ning August 21. They will be or ganized Into a foreign legion and will be assembled provisionally al rtouen Blots, Orleans, Lyons, Avignon and Bayonne, A herd of cattle driven through the central districts, horses, picketing In the small parks on cither side of the Champs Blysee those were among the odd sights of Paris today. But the city la tranquil oo I BUTTE PLAYERS SUE FOR BACK SALARIES Butte, Mont.. Aug. 7 Suit for $2 2G2.49 was instituted in the district i court here today against Larry Dug gan, owner of the Butte baseball club franchise; Matt Barry, who was associated with Duggan at the begin I nlng of the season, but who now dis claims any responsibility; the Union association of Professional Baseball clubs and E F. Murphy, its president, as salaries alleged to be due the players when the Butte club quit business The players who brought the suit are Nick DeMagglo Walt McClelland. Manager "Ducky" Holmes, Carl Lew is Steve Melter, "Spot" Macmunlo. Kslc.v McCreery. Herb Brady, Cliff Marshall. Jack Hal la, Charley Jack son, "Sharkey1- Willard. George Smith and Carl Sawyer. The specific amounts in each case are not slated. It is alleged that when t be associa tion was formed enough money was deposited from which to pay the sal aries due the players. The Ducks have tried every other means to get their pay and consulted a lawyer even after they were told that the National Baseball association had ruled that the club owners or the club and not the association was responsible for their salaries. Some of the players have obtained enough money to get out of town, A benefit game is being arranged for Sunday, Pitcher McCreery left tonight for Detroit where he will join the De troit Americans. It was not untU President Navin of the Tigers v ired McCreery transportation that he was: abie to leave. oo TOM HUGHES IS STAR "fmV.MCK" U 1 1 tlx VV1I1U UXlVtAl " I Los Angeles Aug. 8. Tom Eiugb.es,! former big leaguer, is the star 'come back'" of the Coast league, or for pro fessional baseball for the 1914 sea- son for that matter Hughes was shipped to the Angela by Manager Griffith, oi the Senators, supposed to bi "all in," but the veteran has been, delivering the goods since joining thej local club. Hughes has brought home the long I end of Ihe scores in eight of his! twelve starts and ( oast critics are now saying the Old Fox made a mis-' take in letting nim go. BLACKFOOT REGION HAS BUMPER CROPS; Blackfoot. Idaho, Aug 7. The past two weeks of exceptionally warm weather has greatly benefited the 51MB It Be IfairftrMiir ! UUI1 V111VUUJ1 Ol ii-i.i onampoos ana Ugnt dressings of Cuticura Ointment clear the scalp of dandruff, allay itching and irritation, and promote hair-growing con ditions in most cases of pre mature loss of hair. Samples Free by Mail ''iJcura op sail olnlmeot oM 'hrouKttout tha world. Uberal muule Ot oacSi mjJI3 frn. wild 43 p, bok.. AJdreaa Cu:lcura," Dcyt 2H. Hotiea. Read the Classified Ads. Read the Classified Ads. crops in this locality. The grain I crop is practically made and much of it harvested. Threshing will be cin the coming week and farmers am busy with the second cutting of al fnlfa Potatoes and beets are well on toward maturity and the outlook Is for large crops of all kinds. The Methodist Sunday school is to day enjoying its annual picnic at the City park. At the last quarterly con ference of the fiscal year the report made by the pastor, the Rev. R L L Barnstable showed the society to be and financially. The Rev Mr Barnstable is expected to be returned by the annual conference. which meets at Payette. The Rev YV H. Jewell, who has been pastor of the Baptist churcb for several years has resigned, to take effect September 1. Mr. Jewell has had a successful pastorate taking the charge after the pulpit had been vacant for some time and building up an aggressive society A new church costing Slo.OOo was built under h'n pastorate It is understood that he will accept a call to the pulpit ;f Idaho Falls. BKIN Or BEAUTY IP A ,'QV rOHCVfB c Or. T. FELIX GOURAUD S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUT1FIER J c f P.r.mort Tan, Pimr-Iaa, "S" .STV Fraot Moth Patrbta, a J'.a-h id'1 8iln Diafiaicft. i 3 GfevL y. ao'J irj bleniUb oa SSkd ffy J Ar) f"a' D1 36a l- b 5 o V - Vj tetioo It ha mood iif-o t V S th teat of Kyeara. a.rvJ 5 Rl l; to b mrt It la pro C A jGr I pi"'vtnade. Accapt oo -iv----r?l ' nntrflt of aimila Vj5rt-Tr, ft Daoio. Dr. I A ,njr) Sy&JQJ . J I 1 ,0 ft l'i7 of iba T Tf haattoo ( i p' ot i 1 V-jA iViK "A 70a lid will oa tbern. T reTOrotimod 'Gournud'a Cream' an thi lajit barmfnl of a'l rb Lm prparat'.ooa." At Onj jRlati arc I I " .- i ,. it MtOra fwa T. Hopkins & Son. Prep: . 37 G-eat Jones St , H.Y.C. , i mm ome IsjI people Save money n a stocking if they put in S10 they draw out only $10. J while jf they deposited $10 in our Savings Department they would not only have $10, but 4 per cent interest on their money and Safety besides. Deposit your savings with I Ogden Savings Bank Ogden. Utah. M. S. Browning, Prssident L. R. Eccles, Vice-President. John Watson, Vice President. Chas. H Barton, Cashier. ADOGRAM No. 7. There are many ways to increase business but good newspaper adver tising is one certain and instantaneous way. Ever y successful retail merchant is a newspaper advertiser. The same pot ential publicity force that makes the merchant's suc cess possible, will create a demand for any meritor ious article. Manufacturers interested in Increasing sales are in vited to address the Bureau of Advertising, American Newspaper Publishers' as sociation, World Buildine New York. -1 For Your Stomach's Sake try ana make it a point to eat all of your meals at THE PALACE CAFE 176 25th Street CHICHiTER S PILLS -7V W.SSAHPHM "BAND. fcVflva ; ,U n vl Void r.-uillcVy r? ICS LJ". 'r IfiZ of yonr V I 21 iS """OND !:iANl FILLS, h. g, SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERi ialiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaia FRATERNAL F SOCIETIES Brotherhood of American Yeomen. j Ofiden Homestead No 1505 meets o'n every Tuesday evening In VV. o. v ball Fraternity building, Washington ;, venue. Visitln,: Arch. are cordial, lv invited to meet with us. leRo;, McKnight, foreman. B34 20th street, J. A. Junk, Correspondent, Wash- 5 ington avenue, Queen City Rebekah Ixdgo No. 4. I, O 0 P., meets second and fourth Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows hall. Visiting members invited An , nt Cnrlson, N. HBiei woinaupter. Recording Secretary. j Order of Owls. Ogden Nest, :0 1U18. Order of Owls, meets every Fri- ( day evening In their own hall (the old Flk club rooms) at 8 o'clock. Visit- ! Ing Brother Owls nrc invited to at tend the next meetings. T C. Iver- son President, G. C. R.bor-, Secre- tary 4 1 Women of Woodcraft Sej;o Lily Cir cIp No. 171 meets every ?econd ann fourth Thursday nrchta at 8 o clock la i I. O. O. F. hall, visiting nei:hbor cordiallv Invited. Prances Coppocfc, v, N . 857 27th St. Kate Heyman, Clerk. 2.12 23d. Fraternal Order of Eagles. Ogden lerle Nb. 118. P. O E.. meets everv Wednesday evening at Eagles' hnli, Hudson avenue, at 8 o'cloc'c Visiting brother Eagles are Invited to atten I thr arie meetings Club rooms open o 11 n rty Writ llrt l P -r t: , f..in . E. R Gelger, Secretary; Dr. C. j Wardlelgh, Aerie Physician MASONIC Queen Esther chapter No. 4, O E. S., regular meetings held at Mn?onlc hall on Washington aye., between 25th and 2flth s:s.. the first and third Fridays of each month. So journing members cordiallv invited to attend. Minnie Parker. W. M ; Callie E Cave, Secretary. Woodmen of the World, Weber camp No 74. meets in the W. O W hall. Fraternity block-, 232D W a shine ton avenue, every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor diallv invited to attend. C H. Har tog, C. C: W. M. Piggott, Clerk. Ladles of the M'vccabep of the r World, Silver Hhe No 1, meets every ' first and third Fridav evening at S O'clock; and every second and fout'i Friday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock In Woodmen hall, Fraternity block. Vfs Iting members cordially Invited to at tend Alice Collins, L C; L Jennie Prout. R. K Royal Neighbors of America meet? every second and fourth Monday nights of each month at 8 o'clock at the new Odd Fellows ball. Fraternl building. Visiting neighbors invited Etta Ingebretsen. 1978 Steel avenue, i Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and j Quincy. Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood1 ; men of America meets every Tuesday nicbt in new K of P. hall, 3 dooi north of postofflce Out of town mem l ers cordially Invited to meet with us. O. F. Olsen. Consul. J. H Shafer Clerk. Oedon Ixdge, No. 2. Knights of Py thias, meets every Monday venlnc at 8 o'clock In Castle hall of the Py thian building. 2r..'Sl Grant avenue Visiting Knights welcome. A. E Pratt, G Kind M. F Roal Highlanders. Osden Castle No. 02", meets in the new T. D O. F ball, Fraternity block, 2"20 Wash, ave , every 2nd and 4th Friday evening at . -1 8 o'clock. Visiting Highlanders cor- J dially invited A. F Wykes, L P. 1 William Muller. Sec.-Treas. Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle No 581, meets every Wednesday night at 7 30 o'clock, new Woodman Hall, Fraternity Bldg.. Wash. Ave. Visiting Neighbors invited. Dues can be paid to McBride Drug Co., 24C8 Washington Ave. Anna Mills, G. N., 223 W. 31st Street. Phone 1G50-R. Marie Crites, Clerk, 2731 Monroe. Phone 1931-R. I Dumore Vacuum Clenners g Wo Rent Them as well as Sell 1 OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY I COMPANY, j 2448 Washington Avenut. r or DE LUXE ICE CREAM CALL PHONE 2359 GERDING & WILLIAMS h d I; j i jSLADE TRANSFER.! i j Phone 321 j I Office 408 25th St. I I FANS REPAIRED-" Motors Re-wound. I Work Guaranteed. Electric Service Co. j , Phone 88. 425 24th St. A little healthy curiosity 8 a rood th; Good many peoo answer"! Jk estate ads. through curiosity and come homeowners Uh a result j oo - I 2!5 cla"id Ads. 1 Kead tha OJasetfied Ads,