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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914. y 1 i 7i DON'T DELAY Use Standard Want Ads advertise that va cant room it should be earning money. Sell that horse, cow, dog, chickens, etc., that you don't need. WANTED FEMALE HELP GIRL for general housework. Inquire 239 27th SL 10-10-lvk aNTKU ExDerienced elrl. central I housework, 3 in family, good wages. 4. Call after 6 p m., 3"96 Adams Ave. 10-10-tI WOULD you work for $15 per week 8 hours a day 7 Woman wanted U distribute free packages Borax Wash ing Powder WARD SOAP CO . 216 Institute PL, Chicago 10-10-lt L ASTED- Woman to work by the day. 2562 Adams Ac 10-9-3t C WANTED MALE HELP SHOEMAKER Steady Job, good man at once Good Year Shoe Repair Co., 364 24th St 10-S-tf AGENTS WANTED AGENT wanted to sell sweaters and winter headwear. The Edurtreg Co., 22 Washington Pi , New York City. 10-10-lt GENTS in every' town best sellinK household article; start at once; large demand, $25 to $50 week, success assured Investigate today. Box 496. Grangeville, Idaho. 10-10-lt SALESMEN WANTED SALESMEN for small towns, whole time or side line; special sales plan allowing return of unsold goods; I makes Quick, easy dally sales; $5 commission on each order Something Entin-h N" Write for pocket out fie today. MAY MPG CO 212 Sigel St.. Chicago, 111. 10-10-lt SIDE Line Salesmen Now Is tho time to turn your spare hours into Dol lars ($ ) The time lost around ho tels, waiting on trains etc.. can ne Cashed with us hy handling our line a4 a side lino, consisting of blue and while, white, and white and grey en ameled ware aluminum ware, tin wine, crockery ware, etc All staple sellers, pocket samples, long terms, liberal commissions paid weekly Wrlie at once, giving home address as well as road address. Mercantile Sales Co. 1115 Walnut Vve , N E.. Cleveland. Ohio 10-10-lt SlfuAT10NS WANTED EXPERT chaffeur desires situation witn private family; capable of doing li'.s own repairs. Inquire "S," care ot Standard ln-l-lwk BOARD AND ROOM ROOM and borcL 2333 Adams. I U-tf OK KENT FURNISHED HOUSES, ROOMS AN'J P APARTMENT8. FIYE-room modem cottage, fully and very well furnished, splendid loca tion, $35 month. Advertiser at Wrights Store Phone 1883 2 rings. MODERN furnished room for rent, with or without board 539 23rd St. 10-7-lmo MODERN house; call before noon. 2248 Jeff. Tel. 1743. 10-6-lwk 4-ROOM furnished apartment, with piano. Inquire 275'J Grant Ave. 10-6-lwk 12-ROOM house. 336 21st St.; partly furnished. Tel. 152. 10-$ U FURNISHED rooms for housekeep ing. Gas. bath, also sleeping porch. 427 2th St, 5 25-3wka . HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2353 Mon roe. 9 14-ltuo FURNISHED flats. 2634 urant Ave. 4-16-lyr FOR RElrT Furnished, new clean, comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2 week up. 636 31st St. 3-13-lyr L . 6 ROOM for rent to - young men 600 24th St. 6 20 tf FOR RENT UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOM9 AND APARTMENTS. FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping Inquire Lincoln. 10-10-tf FURNISHED and unfurnished rooma. Inquire 2521 Adams. 10-10-lwk SEVEN room modern. 2544 Lafayette Ave. Blchsel. Phone 1932-W. 10-9-tf FOUR-roora new modern house on 2lt St., car line. Phone 1240-J, or 1383-J 10-9-tf APARTMENT, three rooms, steam heat 531 24lh Telephone 1895 19-9-tf &-ROOM, new, modern, apartment, 2018 Monroe Ave. $22-50 per month Phone 612. 10-5-tt Desirable offlco rooms, First Na tional Bauk Bldg. Reasonable rent "ROOM, modern, house. 2932 Porter Ave, 517.50 per month. Phone 612 10-5 tl FIVE-rooin. modem, house, at 2536 V. Madison 10-61mo m A COSY three-room, with rear porch, house; well located, $12.50 per mo Inquire 403 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. 10-1-tt Read The Standard Want Ads Everybody should read the Standard Classified Page. It may hold some valuable message. Unusual bargains in real estate, farms, houses and many other things are often to be found here. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Payable in advance One cent per word per Inser tion. No first insertion loss than 25 cents. Two or more lines 26 cents per lino per week 75 cents Pr line per month with no changes. "First" In Evertrung A NICE two-room house; well locat ed on Bench, $6 per month. J. J Brummltt, phone 59. A NICE modern, five-room home, well located near street car line and school, close in. To rlRht party, ver cheap J J Brummltt, under Utah National bank. 4-kuu.m bouse, modern, rear 216s Jefferson. Christenson Shoo Co. 8-7-tf UPSTAIRS of building, west of court house Phone 609. 9 18-tf 4-ROOM bouse In the rear of 2138 Jeff. Christenseu's Shoe Co. 5-15-tf HOTEL LUCIN HOTEL. ONE day's auto drive from Ogden on prospecth e Lincoln highway. Frank Dale, Prop. 10-9-lmo i FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RETURN trip ticket to St. John, Kan sas, cheap. Inquire at 3021 Adams. 10-10-lt HOUSEHOLD goods, carpets, canned fruit and house plants, shotgun, .22 rifle 3014 Washington Ave. 10-10-lwk TWO horses for sale. Broke single and double at 270 22nd St. 10-9-lwk ALMOST new, Hejwood baby buggy. 2767 Grant Ave. 10 6-lwk TEAM, spring wagon and harness cheap for cash. Inquire Lincoln Ho tel, Room 7 10-7 4t COW for 6ale Inquire at 115 West I Patterson Ave. 10-8-lwk GET your winter's apples, onions and potatoes from B F. Pierce, 140 W. 2nd SL Tel. 24J5-J. 10-6-lwk FURNITURE for three rooms, cheap, close In. house rents reasonable Tel. 2444-J. W care Standard 10-6-lwk I , POTATOES in 600 lbs. lots or over,1 $1 per hundred. Phone 45-K-o. 10-3-2wks BEST second-hand Ford In Ogden. good condition. specially equipped, $400. Browning Bros. 9-30-tf CALIFORNIA range for sale, cheap; good condition Inquire Reed HoteL 9- 25-tf ONE 12-gauge fine breech loading shotgun, cheap. Phone 76 Kelly & Herrick. 9-24-tf BJLR Bros. Pianos and Players are first class. Prices reasonable. Pantone, 29th and Hudson. 9-24-lmo INVALID ball-bearing chair 2220 Lin coln. 9-11 tf ONE Everett piano, cabinet Grand. In good condition, cost $750; will sell for f200 if taken soon; alBo one Chase & Baker piano-player. $100 340 32nd SL WANTED MISCELLANEOUS CMICAOO Clothing company pays highest price for old clothes and shoes 268 25th St. Phone 95. I0.7 tf FIVE or six-room modern house, steam or furnace heat. Must be on the bench. Address P. O. Box 159 10- 1-tt TWO or three furnished rooms for housokeoping. Tel 1879-W. 9-26-tf WANTED -Cleam, white old rfs, at the Standard offtoe. Phone 66, 360 24th St. 1 9 tf DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING and sewing. 2117 Quincy. Tel 1369-M 9-12-lmo DRESSMAKING and ladles' tailoring 273 Adams. Phone 2680 W. DRESSMAKING, plain sewing. Phoni 991. 278 22nd St 12-19-tr MONEY TO LOAN DIAMONDS, witches, jewelry, guns, etc. Tbomna Loan Office, Grant & 25th. -18-lyr. MORTGAGE loam on farm or oily property, j. a. KENNEDY. Base ment of Utah National Bank Bldg 1-19-tt MONEY on first mortgage real ov Ute loans. Kelly Herrick. S 16 tf MONEY to loan on real oauite cur It. J. J. BrummltL 4-27-tf WHEN you want $10 or more ASK MR DIX, 218 Col Hudson Building. Salaried people can get it without security. Others on Furniture, Pia nos, etc. Can be repaid in small weekly or monthly payments. LOST " A SMALL hanrl bag with purse con mining $65 in currency, between' WrlRhts and Falstaff Cafe Finder re turn to Mrs Bertha Schless and re ceive reward Deuf and Blind School 10-9-lwk Seattle, Wash., Oct. 9 The steam shlp Senator arrived from Nome, Alaska, shortly after midnight with $1,260,000 in gold, maklnR a total of $1,750.0110 in sold received from the north in the last twenty-four hours. oc- Denver, Oct. .10 Jack Coffey, shortstop and manager of the Den ver team of the Western league, has been drafted by the Pittsburg team of the National league. Coffey was tried out by ttie Boston Braves five years ago Hlb battinK average this year is over 300 per cent. I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE City Real Estate For SaU $130u--6-ROOM house, large lot, only built three years, cost to build, $1650. Must be sacrificed for $1300; $500 down will handle Beautiful modern home, furnace heat, on the Bench, close in. ImpKned and unimproved proper ties in all parts of city. R, A. NOR R1S, 1650 WASHINGTON AVE. Phone 710. 10 6 lwk TWO very choice Inside vacant res! Jence corners at a bargain, easy erms. E. F. Bratz. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. $2150 New Bungalow, bath, pantry, screened porch and cement cellar In excellent location, $160 cash, balance monthly $1600 4-room modern, cottage in good location and in first class con dition Terms to sulL $825 Small house (new) big lot, tine soil, splendid place for chickens, small fruit, etc Part cash, balance easy pay ments $285 Fine building loL? 40-root front, nicely located All nice and level, $10 down, balance $5 per month. E. W. CANNADY. 411 24th St. 10-7-tt THREE desirable 40-foot lots; close in on bench, al lfor $700 Terms Phone 2038-J. 10 7 tf A NICE, almost new, five room, mod ern bungalow; well located, near street car line, close in. J J. Brum mltt. phone 59 5-HOOM new modern house. Apply McGregor Bros., 428 29th St or 2916 Adams. 10-3-lmo ' A flOnri twn-rnnm l-iriiico with nantrv and closet, located on two lots 50x176 feet; well located on Bench. For only $700; $50 down, balance $10 per month Low rate of interest Great snap J J Brummltt, under Utah National bank. THREE number one houses for sale Inquire 248 29th. Tel. 5S1-J. 9-28-lino A BIG BARGAIN. SMALL home tnew). large lot, fine place for small fruit, chickens, etc Price $850, terms. E W. Cannady. 411 24th St 9-11-tf County Real Estate For Sale KJAHCpFARM FOR SALE. 53 ACRES, 40 In airalfa, fenced, wa ter right and buildings. Ideal place for hog raising, $500 down, balance terms to suit. Address P. O Box 546. Ogden. 9-16-ot BEST farm in Davis county for the price, forced to sell at once Call 1427. 10 S-tf GREAT Bargain. Farm 160 acres All good soli; partly cultivated; house, stable, fencing, water right, close to station on proposed railroad, cheap at $25 per acre. Can take Ogden City property part pay and can make terms on balance R P. Hunter, 423 J4th, opposite Court House 10-7-lmo GOOD farm In Wyoming, 162 acres, for $1600; 6u acres fenced and In al falla. Water can be had for entire tract for $600. Inquire Ilulsh &. Paul, basement 2464 1-2 Wash. 10-6-U FARMS1 FARMS! 1 IF you want to buy or trade your home In town for farm land by all means come and see me. I specialize on farm lauds and exchange of prop erty. Como today or Phone 460 J. F. Walker, Real Estate, Broom Hotel basement. ROOMING HOUSES ONE of the beet rooming houses on 26th St for sale, cheap Inquire 411 24th St. 10-9-tf THE Lindsay house for sale if taken now and the 25th of October for $800. 330 24th St 10-8-lwk PITCHER AND FIVE GIRLS ARE HURT St. Ixmls. Oct 10. Earl Hamilton, pitcher for the St. Louis Americans, and five girls were seriously Injured -several of the girls probably fatally In an automobile accident on the East St. lxuls, III., 6lde of the Eads bridge here early this morning Hamilton suffered a scalp wound, thiee broken ribs and other internal li. juries. Two of the girls gave their names as Mi6? Pearl Kelly One of these was t'JfVown clear of the bridge railing onto the railroad tracks forty feet below She fell directly in the way of an approaching tralu anl would have been ground to pieces but for the prompt action of a flagman, who saw her fall He first signalled the train to stop and then pulled uncon scious woman from the track The other girls gave their names as Ifleses Rose Burke, Nellie Walluc. and Evelyn Roy, all of St. Louis All of them suffered Internal injuries and together with Hamilton worn taken to St. Marv's hospital in East St. Louis. The Misses Kelly were the most seriously Injured, physicians at hos pital declaring their recovery' doubt ful. Hamilton was scheduled to play. 1 " f" DO IT TODAY A few cents per day in a For Sale or Wanted Ad will help you. Don't de lay the fellow that ad vertises is the one who makes good. Shop: 220 24th St Phone: 402-J. I in a double-header in the city series here today. The accident occurred when the automobile, owned and driven by Hamilton, crashed into the heavy wooden partition separating the up pei deck ol the bridge from the rail road decks. The machine was demolished. AEROPLANE RUNS OVER MECHANICIAN Chicago, Oct 10 In what is said to be the first fatal accident of its kind on record. Alfonse Huth, a mech anician, was killed on the Cicero flying field here yesterday by being run over by an aeroplane. Huth, an expert on aeroplane mo tors, and an aviator, was testing the "pull" of a motor by having it drag against a spring scale chained to a stake. The stake gave way under the strain and the flying machine flashed over Huth, Inflicting injuries from which he died oo NOT THAT KIND OF AN OFFICER. General Leonard Wood, chief of staff of the United States army, has had many expressions of admiration voiced as to his personal appearance It remained, however, for a humble maid servant to apotheosize his looks. A young girl who, knowing the general, worships him as her hero always keeps a photograph of him in uniform on her dressing table One day, entering her bedroom suddenly. Ogden E Classi Abstracts of Title Abels Abstract & Title Co. Inc.. mo ed to 376 25th St., Broom hotel build lng. Phono 460. We make abstracts of title anywhero in Webor county at reasonable charges. Auto and Carriage Painting There are a few autos In Ogden that noed painting. Wo have painted 75 why not paint yours?; Touch up snd varnish, 6 days; paint, 10 days. Whv drive a Bhahby car? Ogden Car riage Co.. Phone 102C-W. 1701 Wash. Accordion Plaiting Done In all lengths 2568 Cole's Court, rear 240 26th St Tel 1180-M. Attorneys B T Hulaniskl, First National Bank Bldg. ' 12 11 tf Blackamithing, Horseshoeing We furnish all kinds of rubber tires Carriages, buggies, wagonB, automo biles, etc., repaired. New wagons nuad to order O. E. Savage, Cor. Washington and 22nd St Phono 389-W. Billiards Billiards and pocket billiards; new tables. "The Cosey." 326 25th SL Chili Con Corne The Real Mexican, Fresh Clam Chow der, Wholesale & Retail at Bismarck. Phone Z'.'-'J. City Scavenger City Scavenger, McCnrt & Co., 2728 GranL Bell phone 2018-W. Counselor-at-Law Lawyer O'Connolly over Commer cial National Bank Bldg., 3C9 24th St. Phono 11. Carpet Cleaning K. Van Kampen Phone SS3 for up bolstering, mattress making, rostretca lDg of bed springs. Chiropractor F. J Freenor, D. C, Graduate Chir opractor. No drugB, surgery or os teopathy, try chiropractic. Rooms 212 213-214 Col. Hudson Bldg. Phono 311. Chiropractor and Masseur B. Cowliuhaw, 611 Eccles Bldg. Chiropractor. R J. Schultz, Chiropractor, 327 Hudson Bldg Phone 1090. Dancing Studio 427 Col. Hudson Building. Waltz, two step, three-siep. and all the new dan ces taught. Open 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. daily. 9-15-lmo DETECTIVE BUREAuT" Revelare and International Secret Service. W handle Ogden business through head officer. 316-16-17 Mclli tyre Bldg-, Salt Lake City. L S May chief. 928-lmo Your business card in the directory will keep your name and business be fore the people It will pay you try 1L Feather Mattresses Sectional Sanitary Feather Mattress Co. Feather beds made over; feath ers cleaned and renovated. Phone 26C2-M. Ed McDonald, Prop. -- STOP PAYING RENT DON'T ALWAYS ENRICH YOUR LANDLORD, OWN YOUR OWN HOME. NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A 5-room modern, pressed brick house, In the best residential lo cation, worth at least $3500, will sell for $3000. Small payment down and balance on Monthly payments. 5-Room modern frame, near 22nd and Monroe; will sell for $1850. $200 down and $25 per month. 4 Room modern brick, $1400; $150 down and $20 per month. 5 Room modern frame, large lot, fine shade, nice lawn, looatlon Ideal for a home, $1700; $200 down and $20 per month. 4-Room frame house with 2 extra building lots, located near 31st and Wall avenue. $1050 on easy payments. 3 Room frame, large lot, $850, small payment down, balance easy payments. Building lot, 21st and Jackson avenue, $225; $25 down, balance $10 j per month. Lot 45x132 feet, corner Madlaon and 22nd street, $1150; easy pay- ments. FOR RENT j 5-Room modern brick, $25 per month. 5-Room modern frame, $2J. We will build to suit you, or trade, or buy for cash. CARL C. RASMUSSON PHONE 115 REAL ESTATE. 2428 HUDSON AVE. she chanced upon her newly acquired maid, who stood agape, with gleam ing eyes, holding the photograph Startled into speech, the servant asked : "What's he, miss?" "He's an officer, Norah." The young mistress deemed that answer sufficient. "Gee, miss," was the breathless comment, as the maid put down the picture lingerlugly, "but ain't he the sweet-looking cop! ' Neale's Monthly. oo 1 UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO. ANNUAL MEETING. 165 Brodaway, New York N. Y, August 18. 1914. The annual meeting of the stock holders of Union Pacific Railroad Company will be held at Its office at Salt Lake City. Utah, on Tuesday, October 13, 1914, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing fifteen dl rectors of the company, and of trans acting such other business as may le gally come before the meeting. For the purposes of the meeting, the books for the transfer of stock (both preferred and common) will bo closed at 3 o'clock p. m on Monday, September 14, 1914, and will be re opened at 10 o'clock a. m on Wednes day, October 14, 1914 ALEX MILLAR, Ad ertlsement Secretary. uu "I don't know how to refuse a girl employment. I hate to send 'em away feeling downcast. "I always send 'em away smiling Tell em trankly they're so good look ing that they might disturb the ot fico work " ashlngton Herald. business ified Alphabet Flash Lights Mazda Lamps, 20c. ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. Phone 88. Up 24th SL Fruits FYesh Fruits and Vegetables dellT ered to any part of City, O Kallas. 224 Twenty-fifth St. Phone 587. Furrier Ruslan Furrier and Taxidermist Furs cleaned and remodeled. Tanning a specialty. Work guaranteed. T. A. Cayewsky, 2516 Washington Ave. 10-1-lmo Grocery and Bakery Try our best quality coffee, 40c th9 lb Also good chesper grades. 25c to 35c. lb. Phono 1145-W. J. J. Sch wartz, 2234 Jefferson Ave. Groceries Also agen'a for U. S. Cream Separ ator and O. K. Electric Washing Ma chines. RUSSELL JAMES CO. Everything to eat and then soma. Hotel Safety, comfort, moderate. New Brlgbam hotel 24th and Wall One block from depot Only fire-proof hotel In the city. Reduced rates for permanent guests. Rates, 75o and up. Theo Gorle, Prop. Jeweler A full line of fine jewelry and wab chea. Watch repairing a specialty. H. F. Upp, 2476 Grant Ave. Junk Ogdon Junk Houses If you hare any kind of Junk, phon us up, We will call for it. Tel. 210. Anh, Printincr & Denkers & Son The very best to be had In Printing, and at prices that will astonish you Phono 1818-J 421-423 23rd SL Meat Market Russell-JamcB Company. Also a full lino of groceries. "Everything to oat." See our DepL of Household Needs. Cor. 24th and Lincoln Aye. Phones 413 and 418. Mechano-Therapiit Dr. H. A. White, M. T. D , Mochano Theiplst, over Smalley's, 336 25tb St. A Urugless treatment fur uervous und chronic diseases. Try our meth ods. Phone 1864-W. Monumental Work SEE MITCHELL BROS, lor monu mental work Don't pay big commlB slon to agents. Pictures of monu ments are misleading, 2003 Jeff. p. 2218 Electrical Phn 102S-J. St. Louis, OcL 10. Willie Doak, the Cardinal's sensational twirlor. may pitch in tho Federal league next season. Hadley REAL ESTATE $900 Neat little 3-room house on Cant avenue. Newly painted. Big loL Easy terms. $(,000 3-room house on Madison avenue. Lot 37x142 $200 down with monthly payments. $1,100 4-room house and a big lot 100x132. Thlt is a bargain for some wage-earner. $1,4C0 4-room modern brick house on Grant avenue. Small payment down and monthly installments. $1,500 to $2,50& A score of nice modern homes on easy payments. $1,800 New 4-room modern ce ment house on Adams Ave $500 down. $4,300 Swell modern house on Wash. Ave.; 6 rooms big lot fine shade trees and lawn. FARMS at all prices Vacant lots everywhere. 2484 Wash Ave. Phone 30O. 3irectory ically 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, viewB. All kinds of commercial work. Best kodak finishing in the city. Pbone 3S3-J 416-24th SL Painting and Decorating We will hang your wall paper. We will paint your house. We will tell you how to do it yourself. Griffin Paint Co.. 231Q Washington Ave. Printing For good and up-to-date Printing Call 1166. Dee-Neuteboom, 2362 Wash. At. Physician and Surgeon Dr A. Fernlund, Physician and Sur geon. Office hours 11 to 4 4p m. Now Peery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Phone 1900W Residence phone 2129W, 646 Wash. Ave. Real Estate J. J. Brummltt, Loans, Insurance, Real Estate, 2402 Washington Ave. Under Utah National Bank, Phone 59. Storage Batteries Recharged, repaired, btured; aatls I faction guaranteed. Electric Service ' j Co,, 425 24th SL Stove Repairs Summerlll's Stove Repair Houso. DOW location, 2279 Wash. Ave., Parry Bldg. Repairs and water jackets for every known stove. A forca of ex perlenced workmen. Stoves, both new and second-hand Tel 364. Stove ox changed, hardware, etc Second-hand Goods Now and Second-hand furniture, clothing and shoes, bought, aold or ox changed j also trunks and aultcasos cheap. A. Slner, Phone 132L 179 1-2 Twenty-fifth SL 0 13 lyr Sanitary Work Tour Garbage hauled regular. Sani tary can furnished free. Sunltary Gar bage Co., Phone 620. Spirella Corset Mrs. Smith Tel. 661-W. 464 24th, Tailoring and Cleaning Gloss removed from clothing. Will look like new whon removed. All kinds of ladles' and gent's garments! cleaned. Gent s garments made to j order. Will please the most partlcu lar Wo do all our work In this town. H Winter, Tho Tailor, 2255 Wrasbln ton avenue, Ogden, Utah, Watchmaker and Jeweler SMALLEY'S Wratcbmakers, Jowol ers and Engravers. 336 Twenty-fifth etroet. Phone 1300-J. Watchmaker and Jeweler j. p. ARNOLDS, Swiss watchmakers and Jewelers; also to the trade. All work given prompt attention. 2516 Wash. Ave. Next to Orpheum theatre lu-3-lmo Western Foundry and Machine Co. All kinds of brasB and iron castings. Machine, Boiler und Sheet Iron Work. Phone 617. FRATERNAL I (j SOCIETIES I i . Brotherhood of American Yeomwn, Ogden Homestead No. 1506 meets on every Tuesday evening in W. O. VV. hell, Fraternity building. Washington j axenue. VlBltlng Archers aro cordial ly invited to meet with ua. LeRoy ' McKnlght, foreman, 234 29th street. J. A. Junk. Correspondent 2202 Wash ington avenua. Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4, ! I O- O. F., meets second and fourth 1 Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows hall. Visiting members Invltod. Aa nine Carlson. N. G., Hazel Wolhaupter. Recording Secretary. OTder of Owls. Ogden Neat, No. 1218, Order fit Owls, meet every Fri day evening In their own hall (tho old Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock. Visit ing Brother Owls are invited to at- ! tend the next meetings. T. C. Ivor- j son President; O. 0. Reborg, Secretary. Fraternal Order of Eegles. Ogden Aerie No. 118, F. O. E., meets every Wednesday evening at Eagles' hall. Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brother Eagles are invited to attend r the aerie meetings. Club rooms open at 11 a. m Wm. Doyle, W. President: R R. Gelger. Becretary; Dr. C. EL Wardlelgh, Aerie Physician. MASONIC Queen Esther chapter No 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held at Masonlo hall on Washington ave., between 26th and 2Jtb sts , the first , and third Fridays of each month. So journing members cordially invited to attend Minnie Parker. W. M.; Oallle E Cave, Secretary. Woodmen of the WorlJ. Weber camp No. 74, meets in the W O. W. hall, Fraternity block. 2320 Washing- 1 i ton avenue, every Thursday evening ,S at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cor- B dlally Invited to attend. C. H. Har- B tog. C. C: W. M. Plggott, Clerk. W Ladies of the Maccabees of the jip" World, Silver Hive No. 1, meets every If first and third Friday evening at 8 W o'clock; and every second and fouth Friday afternoons at 2-30 o'clock, In I Woodmen hall. Fraternity block. Via- H iting members cordially invited to at- tend. Alice Collins, L. C; L. Jennie t1 Prout, TL K. II. Royal Neighbors of America meets Ik very second and fourth Monday . nights of each month at 8 o'clock at W I the new Odd Fellows hall, Fraternity building. VlBltlng neighbors invited. -, EttA Ingebretsen. 1978 Steel avenue. Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and Quincy. . Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood- 1 men of America meets every Tuesday r night In new K. of P. hall, 3 doors I north of postoffice. Out of town mem- I bers cordially invited to meet with I us. O. F. Olsen, Consul. J. H. Shafer 11 Clerk. i Ogden Lodge. No. 2, Knights of Py- I thlas, meets every Monday evening at H 8 o'clock In Castle hall of tho Py- H thlan building, 2351 Grant avenue. t Visiting Knights welcome. A. E. Pratt, H C. C; W L. Underwood, K, R, S.; W. G. Kind, M. F. & Royal Highlanders, Ogden Castle b ' No 626 meets In the new I. O. O. F. hall, Fraternity block, 2320 Wash, ave., every 2nd and 4th Friday evening at E 8 o'clock. Visiting Highlanders cor dially Invited. A. F Wykes, L P. William Muller, Sec-Treas, 1 Women of Woodcraft, Ogden Circle No. 681, meets every Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock, new Woodman Hall, Fraternity Bldg , Wash. Ave. Visiting Neighbors Invited Dues can be paid to McBrldo Drug Co., 2466 Washington , Ave. Anna Mills, G. N.. 223 W. 31st Street. Phono 1650-R Marfc Crltea, Clerk. 2731 Monroe. Phone 1931 R. j j SLADE TRANSFER j I Phone 321 I 1 Office 408 25th St. j I 2 "SLADE HAS AN I AUTO TRUCK NOW" : For DE LUXE ICE CREAM I CALL PHONE 2559 GERDING & WILLIAMS I I Dumore Vacuum Cleaners H j Wo Rant Them as wall as doll 1 Them. ! OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY I COMPANY. 2448 Washington Avenue. I YOU SHOULD NOT I EXPECT YOUR groceryman nor butcher to extend I credit to you unless you could show J that your previous record warrant- , ed It apply this to your finances. j Deposit regularly, either check- L lng or savings account, In the well managed and substantial UTAH NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN Four per cent on Savings Accounts. WIRES ARE DOWN. London. Oct 0, I o . r 1 p. m. Railway t and telegraph communications be tween Berlin and Antwerp have been Interrupted, says a wireless dispatch from the German capital The mes sage adds that the French consul at Antwerp has transferred the archives I of the consulate to Rosendeaal. Hoi- i laud. I rr it Read the Classified Ads.