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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914 .H
9 iLLB P GET THE HABIT- I It Pays USE STANDARD WANT ADS Daily Let the people know what Everybody reads the Want Ad pageit', the J vnti . cc if medium of exchange for Real Estate, For Sale, Want Ads arc great aid ou have to offer If you Exchange, Rooms and House, for Rent, Help , . have a vacant room, ad- Wanted, Positions Wanted, Etc. to sma11 busln". A few line; tTur,threC CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS HneS rU COSt ne want ad will help you " Payable In advance. One cent per word por inser- Ijtte but the returns will sell your surplus stock eon No n Insertion 1" than 25 Mnts Two or mors ' returns will . . r ' lines, 25 cents per line per weok 75 cents per line per r,,rnr;cp vrkll real estate, etc. month with no change. surprise you. "First In Every thing WANTED FEMALE HELP 1. l)V or gentleman solicitor for Og den Art Studio 2479 Grant Ave 12-4-2t EXPERIENCED girl or woman for general housework, at once. Phone 248-W, 12-1-lwk tjIilL or woman Tor general house v ork Must know how to cook Ap pl' 576 25th St. U-80-lwk LADIES to Pew at home, all or spare time, sood pay Work sent prepaid. s nd stamp for reply Ivanhoe Mfg Co., St. Lou's, Mo. SITUATIONS WANTED WOMAN' wants work by the day l'S2 Monroe. 12-3 lwk J L HUBERT, landscape gardener, 2S years experience pruning trees and shrubbery. Tel. 1049-J. 2245 Washing ton Ave 11 24-tf BOARD AND ROOM A NICE front room, suitable for 2 gentlemen. Inquire 732 24th St. 10-20 lwk ROOM and board. 2332 Adams. 1-11 1! FOR RENT FURNISHED HOMSES. ROOMS AN'J j APARTMENTS. jj-ROOM apartment In the Stephens' Bldg. 2til(i Wash. 12-4-lwk i GOING to California for winter Four loom louse with wallbed besides,; lurnace. well luruished; piano. LSI SAN , 12-4-lw k FURNISHED, clean, comfortable housekeeping rooms, $2 week up. $36 Jlst St. 12-4tf FURNISHED housekeeping apart n '-lit 2203 Waah Phone 1600 w. 12-4-lwk FURNISHED house to rent for the winter. 5 rooms, lur: 22nd. Call at house or phone 2214-M 12-4-lwk NICELY furnished rooms for house keeping at 249 26th 12-3-lwk FOUR-room cottage, bath; furnished Purdy Lo7f Hudson Rhone 485. l2-:j-lwk i Fl E-roojn, modern, furnished house; close in Reference required, l'hone 710. 12-2-lwk 4-ROOM modern. Rear 315 27th St. $22.50; no children. 12-2-tf 4 OR more rooms, partly furnished 2021 Washington Ave. 12-1-lwk MODERN 3-room, nicely furnished house. 565 80th St 12 1-1 wk '; MODERN housekeeping rooms. 3024 Adams, ii-3u-iwk NEWLY furnished housekeeping) apartments. Inquire 2215 Lincoln Ave 1 1-30-1 wk LARGE, well furnished, steam heated, sleeping apartments. Inquire Lincoln hotel. 330 23d St. 11-30-lmo ROOMS for housekeeping, Qtahna 11-25 tl TWO modern lurnished front rooms Ith or without board. Rhone 404-W 11-23-1 mo HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2353 Mon- 11-20-lmo FOR RENT i UNFURNISHED HOUSES. ROOMS AND APARTMENT8. NICE 4-room bouse. Appl) 817 I St h St. Rhone 1775-W 12-3-lwk i FIVE-room modern. 2783 Washington. aruit Dec 15 Rurdy I'hun.- 4'-.". 12-3-lwk Nil E new homes, only $1200; pay monthh . why rcnt Rhone 1427. 12-3-tt FOUR-room house with pantry and I closet located on the Bench; 110 per I "oi.th J. 3 Hrummltt, under Utah j National Bank ROOMS for uousekeeping 2468 Wash EIGHT-room modern; furnace heat; iosr- In $30 Tel. 2692-W r.3W 23rd St I b.ROOM brick house. 2171 Reeves i Aye Inquire 128 25th St. Rhone 289 I - choice business location, Wash. I v. between 24tb and 25th Lease from 1 to 5 years, very low rent. In quire 827 Eccles Bldg or phone o , 3-W j 11-lo-tf ! E1G HT-room modern with basement, in the best residence part of the city all 1415-M. 11 24 tf, MODERN 7-room, $20; 2014 Lafayette, near 26th and Jackson Phone 1932-W. 11-4-tf ONE Rich flat. 24o3 Jefferson Ave. Phone 609. 10-13-tf large, convenient storage room. We dell. . 11 REMOVAL? COW Market removed to the Red X Front Livery & Feed Yard, roar 2537 Grant. Phono 611 11-21-tf Read the Classified Ada, LOST . BLACK overcoat between Grant and Wash on 2oth St. Phone 64. 12-4-lt TWO burrows- One 5 years old. gray; 1 Jack, pinto, 4 years old; please no tify Nels I.arsen 1712 Washington Rhone 2157 M. 12-3-lwk FOUND ( VSH. Address S. O S , care Stand ard. 12-1-lwk Personal BRING your combings to Mrs. U Dixon. 2200 Wash. Ae. Switches, puffs, etc. 12-1 Iruo TRY New Life for ailments Demon strations free at Room 514 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 11-14-lmo Chimney Sweep CHIMNEYS and furnaces cleaned Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 1243 1 1-30-1 wk DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING and ladles' tillering. 2536 Madison Ave. Phone 1261-J FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS STODDARD-DAYTON Tourinp car, first class condition for $600. Buick lf'18 i.Iodel 31; a good buy for some one at $600. WotherSDOOn & Jost Auto Co . c oi ner 21st and Washington. CIDER for sale. 30c per gal 373 j Five Points. 12-2-lwk CHEAP; 1 gas range and 1 kitchen cabinet. Address 2470 Hudson Ave , 12 2-lwk FINE selected stock of violins, bows and cases; Pantone, 29th and Hud- son. 12-1-lmo 2 HORSES for sale, broke single or double and 1 milch cow. 221 25th St 12-2-lwk Gli ANFLATED sugar 2c With gro I I I lea at wholesale prices. Address O, Chappie, rear 3G7 27th. 12-1-lwk SLIGHTLY used piauos- Pantone, 2:th and Hudson. 12-1-lmo CANDIES, Fruits and Grocery Store, living ioom, rent reasonable. In quire. 214 1-2 25th St. 11-30-lwk OCR $4."o Player Pianos have no equal. Pantone, 29th and Hudson. 12-1-lmo WANTED MISCELLANEOUS THREE young gentlemen of refine ment desire reasonable rouui and i hoard with some small family Perma nent. Address particulars to N L. S. Stan-jrd. 12-4-lt SEVERAL specials In second-hand furniture, 2 full suites upholstered mahogany and cherrs finish at Rain grove's Furniture Store. 203. Wash I ington Ave. 12-3-1 mo HORSES to reed for winter. Good care taken Cull Thomas Thurgood, Svracuse Kaysvllls Exchange. Rhone 42-6 12-1-lwk Wanted, Furnished 1-6 ROOMS, with bath, wanted; from early in Junuar until May Excellent references. Address W S., care Stand aid. 12-1-lwk A I ADY to room and board One who will remain at home evenings. $3.50 a week. Address 371 28th. 12-1-lwk .- El ONI -hami w ater boiler. l'hone 284 If 1-1 wk THREE or four-room house with barn Address Lois Chirch, R F. D. No. 1, Ogdcn. 12-1-lwk MODERN furnished house or Apt. on Bench lor winter by couple without children. Phone 1556. 11-30-Iwk THE Colorado Live Stock Co will pay highest cash price for all kinds oi cattle. We also have fresh milch for sale Main office 1800 Wash Ave. Tel. 210. 11-27-lmo HIGHEST cash price paid for second hand furniture. 2274 Wash. Phone 440. 11-18-tf ! CHICAGO Clothing company pays highest price for old clothes anJ shoes 208 25tn St Phone 95. 10.7 tf , WANTED -Clean, white old rajs, st I the Standard oftts. Phono 56. 360 1 24th St 1 9 Lf MONEY TO LOAN ! DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, guns, ! etc Thomas Loan ufflce, Grant & 25tb 5 18 lyr i MORTGAGE loans on farm or city ' property. O. A. KENNEDY, Base ment of Utah National Bank Bldg. 1 13 tf MONEY to loan on real estate secur ity J. J. Brummltt. 4 27 tf MONEY on first mortgage real estate loans. Kelly &. Herrlck. Money to loan on real estate security. 3 15 tf WHEN you want $10 or moro ASK MR DIX, 218 Col Hudson Building Salaried peoplo can get It without lecurlty. Others on Furniture, Pia nos, etc. Can be repaid in smiii weekly or monthly payments. REP. ED VvIn A. MERRTTT DEAdT Watertowu, N. Y Dec. 4 Reprc entative Edwin A. Merrltt of Rots dam, dledbire today. I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE A THREE-roora frame house In gooo condition with fifty foot lot for only $700. Pay $400 cash and assume $300 mortgage O. A. Kenned). Basement Utah National 12 4-3t NICE new homes, only $1200, pay monthly; why rent? Phone 1427. 12-3-ti BY owner- 4-room house; large chick en coops, barn; 2 cows; 200 chick ens Terms to suit. 560 2d St 12-2-lmo NICE lot located near new Cereal fnctory 135 feet deep to 27 foot al ley, $10 per front foot; $10 don, $10 per month. J. J. Bmmmitt, under Utah National bank. AN elegant five-room bungalow near the Sacred Heart academy, lame basement, screen porch, nice lawn, large lot; only $2800; $300 down, bal ance same as paving rent; low rate of interest. J. J. Brummitt, Phone f.'J. TWO very choice inside vacant rest dence corners jt a bargain, easy terms E. F. Bratz. County Real Estate For Sale FARMS! FARMS! 23 ACRES sandy loam soil. Primary witer right Just one block from depot store, school, etc $3100. $500 (i.wn. balance like rent J V. Walker Kal Estate, 416 24th St Phone H91-W. 11-28-tf FIVE or ten-acre tracts between Og den and North Ogden. $200 per acre I Part cash balance In payments at 8 per cent interest. O A. Kennedy, un der Utah National Bank. ll-2S-lwk BARGAINS ONLY! ! 2 Room House. Large lot, barn, sheds, city water and lights. West Ogden. Easy terms, only . $800.00 Lot on Patterson Ave., near Waph- Ington Ave. 50xH0 ft. $625.00 5-Room house. Light and water. Large lot in West Ogden, 3 blocks from S. P. Shops. Out of smoke and dust. Easy payments $1250.00 ,714 Acres Alfalfa, 3 room house and horse, cow, 500 chickens, close in. brooder sheds, incubators, brooders, etc. Price and term on application. C B. EISENBF.RG, Room 17 Commercial Nat'l Bank Bldg Through Bank entrance. Phone 2246-W or 343-W. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District in and for Weber County, State of Utah. In the matter of the estate of John W, Shupe, deceased. Notice Ik hereby given, that in pur suance of an order of the District ourt of the Second Judicial District, ol Ftah, In and for Weber County, made on the 9th day of November, lfG4. in tin- matter of the estate of John W. Shupe, deceased, the under signed, the administratrix of the said estate of John W Shup. deceased, will sell at private sale, will sell In separate parcels, to the highest bld- cer upon the tprms and conditions hereinafter mentioned, and subject to confirmation by Ihe District Cnurl l the Second Judicial District of the State of Utah, on or after the 9th day of December, 1914. all the right, title, interest and estate of the said John NV Shune, deceased, at the time of hl6 death, and all right, title and interest that the said estate has. by operation of law; or otherwise ac quired, other than or in addition to that of said deceased at the tlmo of his death of, In and to those certain iota, pieces, or parcels of land, situate lying and being In Ogden, Weber ( ounty. Utah, State of Utah, more particularly described as follows, to v. it : A part of Lot One (1), Block Sixty Bil 1 06 ) . Plat "C" Ogden City Sur vey: Beginning at the most Easterly corner of said lot, and running thence West 19ii 26 feet; thence Soutn 2906.78 feet, thence West 524 1 feet, thence South 0 degrees 68 minutes West Two Hundred and Eighty-nine j (2S9I feet; thence 18101 feet to the Southeast line of said Lot One (1), ihencc North 56 degrees 21 minutes East along said Southeast line 429 64 fqet; thence North 43 degrees 4i min utes East along lot line 286.12 feet to the point of beginning, and con taining Three (3) acres, more or less The above tract Is subject to any I and all rights of way which He with iu its boundaries. A part of Lot One (1), Block 6ti, Plat "C," Ogden City Survey Regir iilng at a point which bears S. 47 de greet 44 minutes East 45 45 feet, and thence S. 89 degrees 02 mluutee E 174.54 feet from the most Westerly corner of said Ivut and running thence South 0 degrees 58 minutes West 124.94 feet to the North Hue of Bhupe's Inne, thence S. 47 degrees 44 minutes E along the North Line of Shupe'8 Iane 67 56 feet, thence N 0 degrees 58 minutes E. 170.38 feet, thence N. 89 degrees 02 minutes W. 60 feet to the point of beginning Terms and Conditions of Sale: Cash. Cold "oin of the U S., Ten (10 per cent of the purchase money to be paid at the time of sale, balance to be paid on confirmation of Sale. Deed and Abstract at expense of purchase The purchaser to assume the payment of, and take the property purchased by hlra subject to all the Bute and County taxes, and all as Bvtsqaents of whatover name or na ture. which are now or may become hereafter changeable to or a Hen against the property purchased by him. All bids and offers must be In writing and may be left at the Of fice of J, D. Murphy, 314, First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Ogden, Utah, attorney for said Administratrix, or may be delivered to said Administratrix per sonally, at her residence at 1820 Wash. Ave., Ogden City, Weber Coun ty, Utah, or may be filed in the of fice of the clerk of this Court, at any time after the first publication of this Notice, and before- the making of the sale. ANNIE SHUPE, Administratrix of the Estate of John W Shupe, Deceased Dated Nov 27, 1914. J. D. MURPHY. Attorney for Administratrix. SUBSCRIBERS ATTENTION In the fall of 1912 The Standard is sued contracts under which subscrib ers were entitled to buy dishes and other premiums. Under these con tracts subscribers were supposed to select their premiums within six months from date of contract Some of our subscribers have failed to ex ercl6c their rights under these con tracts within the time required, and about once a month a subscriber brings In one of the old contracts. The Standard Is closing out its pre miums and parties holding any of the contraet calling for premiums must present them l.efore January 1, 1915. as the contracts are no longer good. Dated November 15, 1914. Advertisement. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that a spe cial meetlni of the stockholders of the Amalgamated Sugar company will be hold at the company's office, Room 322 Eccles Bldg., In Ogden City, Utah, on Saturday, tho 19th day of December, 1914, at 2 o'clock p. m. Tho purposes of said meeting are to vote on a proposition to consoli date the Amalgamated Sugar com pany and tho Lewlston Sugar com pany Into one corporation, and to do whatever may be neoessary to per fect such consolidation and incorpo ration, and to transact such other business as may properly come be fore said meeting. Dated Novombor 17, 1914, L. R. ECCLES. Vice President JOSEPH SCOWCROFT. Secretary. First publication. November 17. Iast publication, December 19. PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTIOB Consult County Clerk or the Respec tive Signers for Further Information. IN THE DNSTRICT COURT Of the Second Judicial District of the State of Utah Within and for the County of Weber. In the matter of the estate of Ann C Gibbons. Deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to tho undersigned at the law office of Volney C Gunnell, 2408 Washington avenue. Ogden City, Utah, on or before March 6. 1916. THOMAS GIBBONS. Executor First publication Nov. 6. Last publication Dec. 4. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. C alifornia Oil & Asphalt company, incorporated under the laws of the State of Utah, principal place of busi ness, Ogden, Utah. NOTICE IS HERE BY GIVEN that at a meeting of the Directors held on the 3rd day of De cember, 1914, an assessment of 3 cents per Bhare was levied on the capital stock of the corporation, pay able immediately to Valentine Gideon, Treasurer, at the office of the Com pai.y No 311. First National Bank Building. Ogden, Utah Any stock upon which this assessment may re main unpaid on January' 22nd, 1915, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless pay ment 13 made before will be sold on tho 12th day of March, 1915. to pay the delinquent assessment, together with ;he cost of advertising and costs of sale. STELLA C. TRIPP. Secretary, 320 26th St . Ogden, Utah Dated December 4. 1914. SUMMONS. In the District Court of Weber County, State of Utah. Commercial National Bank of Og den, Utah, a Corporation, Plaintiff vs. Jesse Rawsou, Defendant The State of Utah to tho said Defend ant. You are hereby summoned to ap pear within twenty days after service of this Summons upon you, if serven within the County in which this ac tion is brought; otherwise, within thirty days alter service, and defend the above entitled action; and in case of your failure so to do, judg ment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the com plaint, which has been tiled with the Clerk of said Court. This action is brought to recover a judgment upon two promissory notes, one for $160.00, made in favor of tho First National Bink of Ogden, Utah, dated January 21, lli'7, together with Interest there on, and one made In favor of the Bur ton Implement Co., for 5110.00, made on the 14th day of April, 1906, to gether with interest thereon, and claiming according to the prayer of said complaint the balance of $613.93 principal and interest now due. Said notes having been signed by the above named defendant and are now owned and held by plaintiff. JOHN C. DAVIS. Plaintiff's Attorney. P. 0. Address No. 215 First National Bank Bldg . Ogden, Utah. First publication, December 4. Last publication, January 1. EXPORTS OF ZINC FR0MAMER1CA All Records Broken in Last Three Month Bulk Went to Europe. Washington, Dec 4. Exports of American zinc during the last three months broke all previous records, totaling 65,504, 574 pounds and val ued at $4,443,381, the bulk of which went to Europe. These figures, which were announced by the department of commerce today compare with 1.346. 877 pounds, valued at $80,756 in the like period of 1913 The exports of zinc In the three months represented about 10 per cent of the annual domestic output which In 1912 totaled 647.814.000 pounds. Shipments of zinc in September alone amounting to 38,091', 144 pounds ex ceeded those in 1897, the former high record year when they were 33,869, 987 pounds. 5tead the Classified Ads. Read the Classified Ads. Business Directory Accordion Plaiting Done in all lengths 2568 Cole's Court rear 240 26th St Tel 1180-M Abstract of Title ABELS, the Abstracter, moved to 416 24th Street, Phone 1491-W. Quick and Competent Service; prices reasonable SOCKET MAZDA LAMPS, 13c. MAZDA LAMPS, 13c. ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. Phone 88. Up 24th St Auto and Carriage Painting ' There are a few autos In Ogden that need painting. We have painted 75 why not paint your37; Touch up and varnish, 5 days; paint, 10 days. Why drive a shabby car? Ogden Car nae Co. Phone 102G-W. 1701 Wain. Assay Office Union Assay Office, luc , 152-154 South West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, P. O. box 1446. j Attorneys E T Hulaniaki, First National Bank Bldg. 12 U ti Blacksraithing, Horseshoeing We furnish all kinds of rubber tires. Carriages, buggies, wagons, automo biles, etc., repaired. New wagons mad to order. O. E. Savage, Cor. Washington and 22nd St Phone 389-W. Billiards Billiards and pockot billiards; new tables. "Tho Cosey." 326 25th St Chile Con Carne Chill Con Carne, Chicken Tamaies, Fresh Clam Chowder at Cromer's. Phone 339. Chinaware Special im- ol imported china-ware, great l.uriiiiln Hale. Klmura l'u -' 78 Washington Ave. 1 130-1 JUO City Scavenger City Scavenger, McCarty &. Co, 2728 Grant Boll phone 018-W. Counselor-at-Law Lawyer o'Connolly over Commer cial National Bank Bldg.. 369 4th St Phone 11 Carpet Cleaning K Van Kampen Phono S83 for up holfi'teriug. mattress making, roatrotca lDg of bed springs. Chiropractor F. I Freenor, D. C, Graduate Chir opractor. No drugs, surgery or oa teopathy; try chiropractic. Rooms 212 213 214 CoL Hudson Bldg. phono 311. . . Chiropractor and Masseur L Cowlishaw, 1746 Wash. Avo. Chiropractor. R. J. Schultz, Chiropractor, 327 HudBon Bldg. Phone 1090. Dancing Studio , Dancing Lessons Dally; 427 Col. Hud- 1 sou Bldg 11-6-lmo i Watchmaker Sj. p. Arnolds. Practical Experi enced Watchmaker. Next to the Orpheum Theatro. i Furrier and Taxidermist Furs cleaned and remodeied in lat est style. Skinned and tanned. Rates i easonable. Work guaranteed. T. A. Gajewsky, 2516 Wash. Ave. ll-2-3mo Fruits Fresh Fru.'ts and Vegetables dellv ered to any part of City. O Kallaa 224 Twenty-fifth St Phone 587. Grocery and Bakery Try our hest quality coffee. 40c th , lb. Also good cheaper grades, 25c to $5c. lb. Phono 1146-W. J. 3. Sch wartz, 2234 Jefferson Ave. Groceries AJso agents tor U. S. Cream Separ ator and O. K. Electric Washing Ma chine. RUSSELL JAMES CO. Everything to eat and then soma. Hotel Safoty, comfort, moderate. Naw Brlgham hotel 14th and Wall On block from depot Only flra-proot hotel In the city. Reduceu rates for permanent guests. Ratoi, 75c and up. Theo Gorle, Prop. Jeweler A fnll Hne of fine Jewelry and wat? ches Watch repairing a specialty. H. F. Upp. 2476 Grant Ave. Junk Ogden Junk House If you have anj kind of Junk, phon ua up. W will call for it Tel. 210. Meat Market Russell-Jamet Company. Also a full line of groceries. "Everything to eat" See our Dept of Household Needa Cor. 24th and Lfecoln Avo. Phones 412 and 413. Mechano-Therapist Dr. H. A. White, M T. D.. Mechanc Thetepist, over Smalley's, 336 25th St A Drugles9 treatment for nervous and chronic diseases. Try our meth ods. Phone 1854-W. Monumental Work SEE MITCHELL BROS, for monu mental work. Don't pay big commis sion to agent6 Pictures of monu ments are misleading. 2003 Jeff. P. 2218 Electrical Notary Public O A. Kennedy Basement Utah Na tional Bank Building. 1 IS tf New and Second-hand Goods I AL.VORD & ANTTHINO "A to Z.w BING It and RING it 833-W. nil Photographer 1 The Noggle Studio. Flno portrait, rlews. All kind of commercial work. Best kodak finishing la tn city, pnone 388-J 410 24th 8t Painting and Decorating W will hang your wall paper. We ivill paint your house. We will tell 1 rou how to do it yourself. Grlffla ! Paint Co., 2310 Washington Ave. 1 tsBSM rn traufi MODERN PLUMBING J. H. WILLIAMS, Modern Plumb ing and general repairing. 156 Patter sou avenue. Phone 1186. ll-28-3mo Physician and Surgeon Dr A. Fernlund, Physician and Sur geon. Office hours 11 to 4 4p. m. New Peery Bldg. Hudson Ave. Phone 1900W Residence phone 2129W. 648 Waah. Ave. Printing For good and up-to-date Printing Cali 1166. Dee-Neuteboom, 2362 Wash. At. Real Estate J. J. Brummltt, Loans, Insurance, Real Estate, 2402 Washington Ave. Under Utah National Bank. Phone x Storage Batteries Recharged, repaired, stored; satis faction guaranteed. Electric Service Co.. 425 24th St Stove Repairs SummeriU't Stove Repair House, new location, 2279 Wash. Ave, Parry Bldg. Repairs and water Jackets for every known 6tove. A forco of ex perlenced workmen. Stoves, both new and second-hand. Tel. 364. Stove ex changed, hardware, etc Spirella Corsets Lillian Parkinson, 2461 Wash. P. 317. Second-hand Goods New and Second-hand furniture, clothing and shoes, bought, sold or ex changed; also trunks and suitcases cheap. A. Siner, Phone 1321. 179 1-3 Twenty-fifth St 6 13 lyr Sanitary Work Tour Garbage hauled regular. Sani tary can furnished free. Sanitary Gar bage Co.. Phono 6-0. Spirella Corset Mrs. Smith Tel. 661-W. 464 24th. Watchmaker and Jeweler SMALLEY'S Watchmakers, Jewel ers and Engravers. 336 Twenty-fifth street Phone 1300-J. Western Foundry and Machine Co. AH kinds of brass and iron castings. Machine, Boiler and Sheet Iron Work. Phono 617 , FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN, UTAH. U. 9. DEPOSITARY. Capital 150,000.00 Surplus and Undivid ed Profits 250,000.00 Deposit! 13,000,000.00 M. S. Browning, President John Watson, Vlco-Presldont L. R. Ecolea, Vice-President R. B. Porter, Vice-President Walter J. Beatle, Cashier. Jac. F. Burton, Asst. Cashier. Dumore Vacuum Cleaners Wt Rent Them as well as Sell Them. OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY. 244S Wsshlngton Avnue. Phone 693 Read tho Classified Adj iiiNW I DRHHORt I Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm Hard HR and Fast on Sand Bank mS at Bergen. IB Bergen, Norway, Dec. 4 Via Don- b9h don, 2-20 p m. Tho North German RH Lloyds liner Prlnz Frederich Wll- 'HH helm, which has been lying In this 'BflH port for some time drifted ashore in MM a gale. She is now fast on a sand bhHH bank Lnsfl The Prlnz Friedrich Wilhelm, a 'HH vessel of 9,840 tons was engaged be- fBaE fore the war in the regular service iMM of the North German Lloyd Hne, be- JO tween Bremen and New York. After P3S the outbreak of hostilities she was unable to make a German port and bIhP has been at Bergen and the neigh- wSKl boring port of Odde. slnsf -on i WnTA TINY CRAFT GOES THROUGH CANAL Washington, Dec. 4 The smallest :E vesse' which made use of the Pan- tS ama canal in commercial service to Fra date in the Nicaraguan motor schoon- er Wilhelmina, which on November sVJKKj 21 completed a double transit of the IVW canal. She is a tiny craft of only ifeW' forty six tons net measurement so f&Mf? that it is doubtful whether the $52.90 OP which she paid in tolls for passing tlfe through the canal one way covered IT- the cost of the vast quantlt of water V , locked through with her and the elec- fevi trie power necessary to operate the a M raecharisra and the manual labor in- F? volved. t 1 New York. Dec. 4 A report that I .'; the German cruiser Karlsruhe had t'' left South American waters and was I' cruising near the steamship lane in L ' the north Atlantic on a hunt for f-1 ships flying flags of the allies, was P brought here by officers of tha t steamer Zacapa in today from Ja- Wfy maica. On Tuesday of last week, IC while off Port Antonio. Jamaica, the f, office? s said, the wireless operator W of the Zacapa received a message I from the steamship Banan of the eamo line, containing the informa- fir""! tion that the Karlsruhe, bound north fcv' had been sighted. e I I FRATERNAL I I SOCIETIES 1 1 Brotherhood of American Yeomen, I Ogden Homestead No. 1505 meets on L every Tuesday evening in W. O. W. hall, Fraternity building, Washington i;. avenue. Visiting Archers are cordial- I I ly invited to meet with us. LeRoy McKnlght, foreman, 334 29th street F J. A. Junk, correspondent, 3202 Wash 1 ington avenue. Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows hall. Visiting members Invited. An- ' nine Carlson N G , Hazol Wolhaupter, Recording Secretary. Order of Owls, Ogden Nest, No. 1218, Order of Owls, meets every Frl- ! day evening in their own hall (the old I Elk club rooms) at 8 o'clock. Visit ing Brother Owls are invited to attend the Nest meetings. T, C. Iverson, 1 President. Joseph Crompton, Secre tary. I I Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden ' Aerie No. 118, F. O. E , meets every Wednesday evening at Eagles' hall, Hudson avenue, ai 8 o'clocl- Visiting brother Eagles are invited to attend the Aerie meetings. Club rooms open I at 11 a. m. Wm Doyle, W President; E. R. Gelger, Secretary; Dr. C. E. Wardlelgh. Aerlo Physician. MASONIC Queen Esther chapter No. 4, O. E. S.( regular meetings held at Masonic hall on Washington ave , between 25th and 26th sts., the first and third Fridays of each month. So journing members cordially Invited to attend. Minnie Parker, W. M.; Callle E. Cave, Secretary. Woodman of the World, Weber Camp No 74 meets in the W. O. W. hall. Fraternity block. 2320 Washing ton. avenue, every Thursday evening I at 8 o'clock. Vieitlng Woodmen cor- j diallv invited to attend. C. K. Har tog, C. O.J W. M. Plggott, Clerk. Ladles of the Maccabees of the World. Silver Hive No. 1, meets every first and third Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, and ev?ry second and fourth Friday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock, in Woodmen hall. Fraternity block. Vis iting members cordially invited to at tend. Alice Collins, L. C.; L. Jennlo Prout. R. K. Royal Neighbors of America meets every second and fourth Monday nights of each month at 8 o'clock at the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity building. Visiting neighbors invitel. Etta lugebretsen, 197S Steele avenue. Lillian Newton, Recorder, 27th and Qulncy. Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood men of America, meets every Tuesday night In now K. of P. hali, 3 doors north of postofflce. Out of town mem I bers cordially Invited to meet us O. F- Olaen, Consul; J. H. Shafer, I Clerk Ogden Lodge No. 2, Knights of Py thias meets every Monday evening at I 8 o'clock in Castle Hall of the Py thian building. 2351 Grant avenue. Visiting Knights welcome. A, U Pratt ' C, C.; W- L Underwood, K. R S.; W. I G. Kind, M. F. Roval Highlanders, Ogden Castle No. 525 meets in the new L O. O. F. hall, Fraternity block. 2320 Wash ave., every 2nd and 4th Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. Visiting Highlanders cor dially Invited. A. J. Atkins, 111. Pro.; William Muller. Sec -Treas. Women of Woodcrait, Ogden Circlo No. 581. meets every Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock, new Woodman Hal). Fraternity Bldg., Washington Ave. Visiting Neighbors invited. Dues will he collected on the 6th of each month at Misch Drug Store Anna Mills, U. N 223 W. 31st St. Phone 1650-R. Marie Crltes. Clerk, 2731 Mouroo Ave. Fhons 1931-R.