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rTHE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914. .
1 . - . , , " . 2 51 Jones. Y . U 1 ,o Jordan. L ester JoPt Bros. 4 Kane. Raymond . 4.'. Kap. Geo - Keetcr. Maleom Keller, Emil. Jr 'i'J, Kelly. Barbara KHiy. r.-w ;0: Kelly. W II J-JJ Rellitaer, J K. . . ? ij Kolperes. G. A J ' Kemsley, Lewis Kenley. FTod .' Kenley Wm. -q Kennedy. Maggli Klblstrom. G. V , g Kimball. J. N "107 Kines. H. M - Kimura. L ..; '-g Kimsey Carrie Kingsbury, P S 4 0 Kitaoiara, T 2 j- Kltbos, A Klomp, Gerard n 7 Knight of Pythias w-'J Knisley, Philip W JJ Knowles. Merlin J Koch. Peter '1S Konn- s;: R :: sU Passey w. b. . Pa ten all Harold ; Itrawsen, mp. r". - " 14? Penrson LfHth Pearson. B. E. - Pender. Frank Persky. L. B Persky. LB jg Peterson. Alfred jj (. Peterson. E A. neterson, Frank Peterson, g. f . . s Peterson. J. C -'aj Peterson T. W Petty, Harry C ' Pfoilt Mrs W. k. ,22 Plrkens & Miller g-J Pickett A Son. W. T "j Jj Pideoek Mr? Annie Pidcoek! Dr. J. W "'J Pideoek. W". B f'" Pierce. E. S. " 0 Pinprr-c Bms. Co. Pimlott. W. . Plyer. E . 'fl2 Plyer. Percy " Porter, Henry ' Porter. L. R j'Jq PouHia: Nick .? Powell, ft W C Pratt, A E '1. Preece, B M J-J Preece. Ellsworth J Preehaw J M. -J Prows, Jos - r-q Pngmir. L. Y: ' Pullnm. I. L .J ' Purdy. W H. J'" Quinn Ino Race. J H ii si Raekbam Sara. Jr "J Raddon, J C " Raleigh, Frank J Rankin, M. F 1 g Ransom, Geo. Jr 3 Ransom, M W 'i I Raridon Jno . Jj jl Rasmuspen, O D. -n; fl Rawaon, S. D ' 3 Ravmond. Ted I Read. J. M 1 Read. V. E. .'1 Reardon. Mrs. Kate , i I til Reed, W. X. J JJ , .J Reid. Mark 1 -J i Reid. M. T 4-J5 Reid, W Rhees, Lorenzo 1 J Rhotios, I A i Rice, A M 1,4 I Rich. Dr. L. P s Richards. C. C 'J-gJ Richards, c. E L79 J, Richards, Harry 2 Richards, W. E 5 02 ; r Richardson C. W s 35 i '. Richardson Ellen 1.W a Richardson E H 1-M j 1 Richardson, B 3 59 3( Richardson, John '-W I Richardson. W. W LTH y Richey, Mrs B 17? I & Riley. Heber L4S t Rinneberg. C 1 W H j Richton. Da id 1 p 1 J Roach. Frank L79 , 3 Roach, L A 5 8 I I Roach, S 2 1B S Roberts, C. V 1 I M Roberts Fred 1 I j Roberts, Mar E 2.15 3 Robinson. Ewing 1-07 lM T?Viionn 1.43 I Rocky Mtn. Ins. Co 1.07 Roderick. W. F 71 Rodigkeit. Millie 1 79 Rogers, E. N 5 3S Rogers, Ruth W 1 79 RokeB, Fred -. 71 Rolapp & Co., F. H 5-3S Rolapp. E. S 8 57 Rose. Mrs. A 5. 38 . -3 Rose. F. A 7.18 I Rose, J E L07 I f Rosenberg, Maurice 7.1S I I Rosenthal, D 2. 15 I j Rosenthal, D 28 72 is J I Rosenthal, D 107 70 1 Ross. A T 143 V.J Ross. E. P. 1-07 ' '-V l Ross. Sam 3.51 .. rriJ Roti, Pos. C 2 15 M Rounds. F. R 17 95 Rowe. W. L L43 if Rawlev, G W 2.51 fe-M Roy, J. A 1 79 JW Rowe. Dr. H. M 3 59 Rubin. Louie 1.79 ' Russell. A. E . . ' 107 Russell, J. E 179 Q'M Russell. Mary 107 OS Ryan. Ed. A 1.43 Sjj Ryan, Raymond 5.38 Salt. Wm. T 2 87 Sam, Lee 1 79 j&l Sandberg G. L 1.43 Saperstein & Dince 89. 75 Schwab, Aenes 7.18 "JWm Schwartz. F A 10.77 Scorson. Thos 1.07 SKl Seibold. Wm. 10 05 Sergiason, Chas 1.07 H Seri. G. 1 8.97 Shields, A W. 1 43 BB Shields D. W 2.87 H9 Shilo, D 8.97 Shaw & Stone 32.66 BH; Sharer, Ed 1.79 Sharer, C R 19.74 HH Sharpe ft Co , Chae 26.92 9 Shipley. Thos. B 8 59 RH Shoemaker 5 38 Sbupe, Alex 1.07 H Shupe, P. R 215 Shurtliff, E. L 3 59 Shurtliff. L H 3.59 Siefert, John 1 43 Siglin, Page 5.02 Simandal, Paul 1 07 Sing, Tuong Lun 7.18 Slater, Sam 1.43 Slug Quoog, Sam 1.43 Smith, Burdett 5 71 Smith, C. H 1.43 Smith. Geo. 1.73 Smith, .7. D. 3.59 Smith. S. S 1.4?, Smith. Wm. 6 10 Smith, W H 4 78 Smith. W. L 71 H Smuin, R. D 143 ISmutn. Richard J-JJ I , Smuin. Henry W J-gJ , SniUrtnwait, H G J-jJI Smyth. Ed WjJ Isnedden, D. B J ?f Snider, Mrs. Ann J-VI Snively, C . j Snlvely ElecJrie ( o i - Ij-W Snooks, F. O - 11 Soderborg. Frank N J-,' Syell, Wm J-JJ Sommers. Mrr E. J Sopnlcna Santiago g : Sorensn, Peter J jSpahn, Katie Jg iSpangenberg Wm. H 'W ISparhawk W. M I Spencer. Dan J'XC Spires, Bapil ? Spires Ed U Spires. J E Spmz7i, Daniel Squire L M. . J-J Stagg, Thos 1 J ' Starr. J w j JJ Standing, H. ' Stanford. A J M1 Stansberg. Helen J.4J Starks, Wm A Stavropulos, Mikes 10, Steers, P A J-JJ Stegunn. J R o.v,onc Mrs T, M 1 9 Stephens Sylvanus 46 Steyena, W. H J-v7 Stevenson, Wm Stewart. J. J J! Koons, C. F 14 . Korb. Harry 4J-J; Korb Mrs. J '' Kornder P. H 74? Kootels, James 2 15 Kraus Henry 1W Krnndor, Henry . 1 07 Kronis. Sam 179 Krumperman, Fred 107 Kuchler. Theodore Wo Kumiira. Frank 0 8 97 KMe. R F 2.87 Freniere, S , C 1 43 Lambert Paper Co 142 38 Lamb, Mm E. S 179 Lanthier. John 1 43 Larsen, CO 2 87 Larsen. J. .T 1 43 Tr-en. M F 1.43 T.awson. D. S 107 Lawboh, J. G 1 07 T.awson. Dr. Jag. M 2 51 Lawton, Ida A 6.10 ton, Roy 2 51 LeavUt. Henrv 5.38 I Leahy, Mrs. Margaret 4.36 iLcatham. Alex 5.38 Lee, Alex 1 79 Lee Mrs Bertha 141 Lee. Sing 179 Lee, Wm. E. 143 Leeson. L L 6.38 J Lest. Steve 3.59 Leggett, J F 179 Lehman. August 1 43 Leishman, J H S.02 l.eishman. Parley .-. Leonheart. Jacob Lewis, R. H 16 51 Llchllter. Edward 2.".1 Light Wm )... L07 Lightfoot, Thus 2.15 Light ner C. W 2.51 Lindsav. Mrs D A 8.97 ! Lndh. S A 2 15 Linn Mary 8 97 i Linsley, Mrs Alice 1.79 Linsley, Rav A 5-74 Liverman. S 10.77 Lock wood. K. A 2.59 Loder Frank 1 07 Lofgreen, N. S 1.43 Logan, H U 143 Longmire, Ed 143 Ixjw Bros N 7 18 Low & Crdwther 1.4'J I Low. Fraiik 5.38 Lowe, Lilhe E 1 "7 yowther. J S 1.79 Lttbeck, Anna 39 Ludw lg. Marie . . 1.43 Liiker Lorenzo 1 7 Lund, Walter E 2 51 Lynskey, Nicholas 1.07 I McCain. A C 5 38 i (McConnie Peter 5.38 McCulloch, J. A 1.79 McCune Dr. R. A X.5S McDanlels. J H 3.5'i McDonald. Al 1 43 McFarland. Harry 1.79 McGowan, Jno. L 1 07 McHygh, Geo 5 02 Mclntvre, J H 1,79 McKenna, Jno 1.43 WoXtllhn Voq) F, '(P. Maathuls, Tom . 1.43 Machbeth, S G 2.51 Macbeth, T. C 2.87 Mack Chas S 1.43 Madsen. W. F T.18 Maguire Don . , 7 18 Malan, S. E 1.79 Malone, D. J 8 97 Malone, J J 7.18 Marker, W 0 3 23 Marra. Louise 10 77 Marriott. E 5.02 Marsteller, W. E 12.56 Mattson. David 3.59 Matuson, Geo 1.07 Mattaon, Mary 1.79 Mathews, Mrs T 6 46 Menzles. Walter E 1 43 Metz. J. F. 1.79 Michael, Geo J 2 15 Middleton. R A 2.51 Middelmiss, R B 17 95 Midgler J. A 2.51 Miller, Bertha 1.43 Miller. John 71 Miller, R C '. 1.79 Miller, Tim 179 Mills, John 5 i4 Minson, J. W 5 02 Minter, S. A 1.79 Modern Dental Co 10 77 Montilion, Angela 107 Moore, F. T 2.51 Moore, Jesse L. 1.79 Moore, Robert 1.07 Morlev, Josh fi.83 Moran. M. A 2,15 Moran, Patrick 2.15 Morgan. 3. N 6 3S Morris, E. L 2.15 r 1 TV Tl -I i 1 morns, iv. n. 1 -to Morris. W. P '. . 1.79 Morrison, E. . . 3.59 Morrison, Frank 1 07 Mortensen, C. F 1.79 Mortenson, Geo 1.43 Mortimer. J 3.59 Mower, Ernest E 1 07 Moxbam. Anna 2.51 Moves. Mrs. C 1 43 Moyer. Geo 6.3 Moves, B. R 1.79 Moves, J. G 143 Murdock, W. T 179 Murphy, Jno 1.43 Murray. F A 71 Myers. C. E 1.07 Myers. R. L 5.02 Nabeshima ftTashima 21.54 Nakata, K, 1 07 Naramore, Dr. F. L 5.38 Naylin, J. P 1.79 Neiberger, F. C 1.43 Nelder, B. A 1.79 Nelson. Earl 71 Nelson. Robert 1.4S New England Tailoring Co. ... 8.97 Newcomb, E. W 7.89 Newman Com. Co 10.05 i Newman Sheet Metal Works . 8 VI Newman & Stewart Co 37 fir' Newman, Geo W 2.51 Norrls, R. A 6 4fi Norrls. S. I 5.3A Norton Wm 1 4:; Nye. Ore I "l Nygren. W 8 .59 Nvlanc'er Pros 3.59 Oakley. N. P Odermatt. II Ogden Bottling Works 24.71 Ogden Feed Co 86 81 Ogden Novelty Works r "s Ogden Planning Mill Co 30 51 Ogden Shoe Repairing Factory .o; Oliver, J JJ Oliver. Kate J-" O'Neill Bros O'Neill, John R O'Neill, R P J.18 Ophelkens. Jacob 07 Orr. Lewis 2.15 Ortlnpp, Esther 7. IS Osborne. Lambeth 1 07 Oscherwltx. L Otis. Geo J Owens. R E J- Owens. Wm. W J-43 Oxnam. Geo 1-79 O Toole. J. B IH Packer. Ellen E J.83 rlnior Mrs T 1 ' 9 Pr.lmer. Mrs L 218 Pardee. T Earl Parke C W J7J Parker, Ralph , J5J Parlow. Geo. W J.5 Parmley. J S 32.05 Patrlek & Wron 6.3a Parr , Jno J' Parsons, G. M J-73 Stewart. Lewis B L79 Stewart Wm Stewart. E. N ' J3 Stlmson. J. A 12 56 Stlllwell Wm. T W Stoke.s, E E 5.38 Stone, J. L 1J.JJ Stone. A. C J-73 Stone. E. A J-JJ Stone Wm. A 1 Stone. W. J J-JJ Stonebraker. Joseph 1' Storev . H Ycl Stratford, Earl A 4.OT Stratton. J B -5j Strenp. Jos J-JJ Strlffler. Geo l'' Sullivan W. J J.S8 Sumner. A G. L7 Sumner. W. C Ml Sunriee Hand Laundry 6S- Swanson. Mrs. M L79 Sweeney, W. D , 14.. Swensen. C A 4 66 Swift, T. D. J6 Svphers H. L. 1 43 Syluin, P 10 77 Taggavt. W. 2 71 Tank. W. L. & Co 7.18 Taskiro, T 5.88 Tavlor. Henry B.02 Tavlor, L W 1.79 1 Tavlor. Martha W . . 2.87 Taylor, V. A 143 j Tel'leson. Frank 7.89 I Terry. H. G 7.1 Teach, Peter . 1.07 Thatcher, Chas 5 33 Thomas. B F 8.97 Thomas, A. A ..... . 1.07 Thomas. B. T 3.69 Thomas. C W 1.79 Thomas. H H 2.51 Thomas, J. F 5.38 Thomas, J. M 35.90 Thomas, Jno. 0 1.45 Thomas, Le Roy W 5 74 Thomas, Nellie I S.97 Thomas, T. J 2. IS Thomas 1 W. D 9.69 Thomas, Wm 1.79 Thon, A. J 14;; Thon, A J 3.59 Thorstensen, Geo K 10 Tillotseu. L C 17r Todd, Jno T 1 79 Toklo Co 5.38 Torgeson. J. T 1.43 Towles. Andrew 1 1 ; Towne, F. F 5 Sft Tracey. H W 1.79 Tracey, E. L 17'.' Tribe, A M 3 39 Tribe. H Bart 1.43 Trorlieht. Gus 5 ' Turk, D. 1 5.38 Turner, Fred .... l .'7 Turner Nettie 2.37 ITnck. Wm 143 Underwood, O. C - . 17. 95 united iransrer to o.oa Utah Rill Posting Co 4.30 Utah Indtp Gas & Lt Co . 5.38 Utah State Bldg. & Loan A'ss'n 1.79 Utah Knitting Co 64 62 Utah Knitting Co 43 08 Van der Werff, Jno 3 S9 Van Hoist, G 71 Van Kampen. K 5.3S Van Rookhuizen Jos 1.43 Van Westenbrugge, Wm 1.43 Varley, W 143 Varney , J 2 61 Vicks, W H 3 59 Vigno. Louis D , . 1.07 Vintras. Gus 5.38 Vlahas. James 8 97 Voughn Geo R 1.43 Vaughn', Isabell 1.43 Vaughn. Wm L 1.07 WTable, Ora 2 51 Waggoner, G S 5.38 Walch. Mrs M. A 5.3? Walker, Geo. W 7 18 Walker, Leigh 1.43 Wallis Edith 1.43 Walters. Jos 1.43 Ward, Joe 1.79 Wardlelgh, Dr. Claud E 5 38 Ware. W. B 718 Warner. Frank C 1.79 Warner, Mrs. J 6 3$ Warner, W. J 1.79 Warren, Cyrus 71 Watson. W. G 5.38 Way, Vincent 3.23 Wayment Geo. B 1.07 Weakley, W 2.87 Weaved, L. L 1.43 Wecker, F. F 14.36 W'elsberg. H 9.33 WesBler. T. E 1.07 West. Beverly 1.79 West, Margaret 1.79 Westergard, J H 1 143 Western Labor Bureau 1.43 Western Importing Co 25 13 Weston Piano House, H, S 35 90 Wheeler Bakery 17.95 Wheeler B. H 3.59 Wheeler Coffee House 6.38 Wheeler, G. H 1.07 Whplple, Mary J. 6.46 Whitcomb, F. H 2.87 White, Dr. H. A 7.18 White, Thomas 4.66 WMgglns, J. E 1 79 Wilcox, G. F 6 3S Willis, J. 0 21 54 Williams. David 1.43 Williams, E. H 1.79 Williams, Elijah 1.43 Williams, E. N. 6.46 Williams, Geo. H 2.15 Williams, Ezra H. 0 21.54 Wijliams. Hyrura 1.43 Williams, Hyrum 1.43 Williams, Jno 5 38 Williams, Leslie L 4.66 William, Mattie 1.07 Wilson, A. E 5.f2 I Wilson, R 2.15 Wilson. Mrs Fannie 5 3$ Wilson. G. E . 1.43 Wilson, Jas. D 4.30 Wilson Ino 2 15 Wilson, Jno H 1.07 Wilson, Josh 1.Q7 Wilson, Robert E 1.79 Wilson Wm 6.38 Wimmer. C. W 1.43 Winchester, I - . 1 '1 1 Wing, F. L 2.51 Winston M TT 1-79 Winter, Mm S. H 6 88 Wlntlc Jos 4 30 Wold. O l 1 43 Wold. Roy 1.07 Woo L. Su 1.79 Wood A T 10.77 Wood. C. A 1.48 Wood. J C 1 70 Woods. B. J 1-79 Woods ft CO., P. C L43 Woodsword. .T P 1 79 Weolsey. eGo L97 Worrell". Dr R E 8.97 Wren J R r.3S Wright A Johnson 3 59 Wright, C. W 5.74 Wright, Fd V 4 66 Wright, Geo K 1 "7 Wright Geo. F 2.1o Wvmer, C K Yeoman. Chas 1 ,:1 York Mrs. II 5 28 Young. H. E j JJ Young. Isnac F L43 Yont. J W Yuen Quong Chong . . 17.95 IMPROVEMENTS ON RAILROAD LAND. Moore Coal Co. Frank; Lot 16, Blk. 3, 5 A. A. 1795 Meran, J. P ; Lot 8, Blk. 3, 5 A. A ... 17.95 Zang Brewing Co ; Lot 3. Blk 6, k A. A. 32 31 AUTOMOBILES. Anderson P. J JJJ Anderson. Peter 12.56 nderson, E. H 5 38 BaUantyne, T. H 21.S4 Balllf ft Rolapp 10 77 Olalr, Preston A 7 89 Rlair, J Park 9 69 Bradley, Frank L 21.54 Bramwell, A. A. 10.77 Rrown, Alex lft77 Browning, Jno 13.38 Carlson. J. A 7.89 rh'z. Joseph 10.77 Clements. L W 1 77 Coulter. C. E 10 77 Cragun Btob ln-77 Cross. C. W 26 92 Dick, Wm 19"! Douglass Wm 16.15 Dunn. Wr. A 8.97 Eccles, David C 21 "t Eccles. David C 16.16 j Eccles. Le Roy 53.8o Pfflra I .P Rov 35 90 Bisenberg. C B 12.56 Farr. Esther M 16.15 Fitzgerald. Mrs. Thos 10 77 Friedlandcr. E 4.30 Forbes. H B 7.89 Fowler, Jno E 10.77 Garner, Fred 10.77 Glasmann. Wm 6 $2 Grange. Ralph 4.30 Hadley Best 5.38 Hammond. FA 8 59 Harcomb. W. W 19.71 Hartog. C. H 10.77 Ilea ley. Jataie 84.62 Heimer. G. C 10 77 Hendershot ft Son. F. J 10.77 Hodgson. Leslie H. 21.54 Houtz J. H 12.56 Humphries, C .1 41. 2S 1 1 inner. Mrs MP 6 82 HuBaey-Woodfl Realty Co 3.59 Hutchinson. R H. 5.3S Jensen, J. C 9 69 McCune. Dr R. A 9.69 Mabelle Cleaning ft Dye Works 12.66 Madsen. W. F. 5.38 Martin Jas. S 21.54 Morrisey, Raymond P 9 69 Morrison, Dr Jno. F 7.89 Moves. Dr. G G 10.77 Myers. J H 21.93 Nelson. Alfred 10.77 Nelson, H. S. . . 10.77 Newcomb, Edw 14.36 Newman, W. E 7.89 I Nickson, J. W 1 7 ,95 Niekson. J. W 10.77 Morris. R A 7.89 Peterson, Frank 10.77 S T.i 1" ll" I'eierson nauer a y Pideoek. Dr J W 7.89 Pingree, Hvrum 21.51 Pratt. A. E 30.61 Pribble. C. B 7.18 Purdv. W. H 19 74 Randall, O P 86.92 Rasmussen. O. D 24.6J Robinson, J B 26.92 Rolapp, E. S 30.51 Rounds. Frank . 26 Q2 Schmalz, Chris. 13.28 Smith, J. A 6.82 Souza Manuel 20 46 Streeper. Samuel W 14.36 Ward. Jos 10.77 Watkins Harold 2 51 Watis. E 0 26 92 Williams. Ezra H. G 10 77 Williams. J. E lf.36 Worrell, Dr R E 17 95 Wright, J O 21.54 MOTORCYCLES. Aired. Alfred 3.59 Anderson, Lewis 2.51 Archibald. E P 4.30 Ashton. Alfred H. . 4.30 Barlow, Clark 4.30 Bingham, Bert 1 7' Burrup, Llod 4.66 Brldenbecker. G. B. . . 4 66 Camp, W F 4 30 Carr, Eugene 2.51 Crane, .J 1,48 Christensen, Peter 4 30 Dana, Chas R. . 1 43 Duecini Lawrence 8.61 Eccles, C S 1 79 Freeman E. Norman . . 5.38 Gale, James 179 P.Bmnr W . 4 30 Green, 'c. L. . . 6.38 Grundy. Jno 5 02 Hart. W E 3 59 Haight, Lawrence 1.48 Hosford, Donald W. 5 02 Hunter, C 2.15 Jensen. P. J 2.15 Jones, Rav M 4.66 Kinies, Henry 4.30 Labbo, Wm. W 5.02 Miller. M. J 6 82 Moore Arville M 3 23 Nakagana. J. H 179 Newton, Ben E 5.38 Newman, G. W 1.43 Newman, M. H 143 Nylander, Arrld 3.59 Niohols Alden 2.51 Parker, C. H 2.87 Pickett, Floyd 5.02 Redfleld, Carl 4.G6 Richards. Lorenzo M 5.38 Risser, C. C 1.43 Satarl, W. J. . 4.30 Shallor, Cornelius 5 38 Schipper, Wm. 1.79 Shreeve, Arthur 4.30 Spencer, Ernest 3.59 Tagads, Harry 5.74 Thomas. W. D 2.51 Williams, Harold , 4.30 Woods, M. C 2.51 SALT LAKE & OGDEN R. R. CO. 6 miles Kins!-- traek standard eauge railroad at $9,500 por mi 1898.09 2.28 miles of side and second at $3,000 per mi 234.75 Personal Property. Tracks bridges, buildings, wa ter Service, tools, supplies, material, fuel steamshoVel, office and station rurnifure ' 408 00 l Rolling stock for 8.28 mi, at $1,678 74 per mi . 241 96 Franchise due w chMr County, 8.28 mi., at $258 14 per ml " 296 56 ' rilM MMMMIMI ADVERTISING OK THE INCREASE Chicago. Dee. 11 That the adver tising business is on the Inerease is indicated in tln heaw nUirinn of con- iraets for the early months of 1915, according to members of the execu- tijfe committee of the Associated Ad- 1 vertising club of the World, which met bere today The educational committee of th- association baa made an Investigation of business conditions in 17n cities In the United States to ascertain how conditions on Novem ber 1, compared with those of a year ago. Although results have not been compiled, Lewellyn Pratt of tl w York, chairman of the committee, says that It was evident that the retail demand for the last feu months "has been equal or a little better than thai of a var uro."' Heavy Placing of Advertising. "The reports of the prosperous con ditions were the most remarkable fea tures of our preliminary' meeting.' s.nd William Woodhead of San Fran cisco, president of the association. Fifteen of the seventeen members of the executive committee were present and agreed that the heavy placing of advertising for the early months of 1915 indicated a favorable outlook. The committee arranged plans to day for the annual convention of the association, which will be held here beginning June 20 Advertising men from all parts of the world will attend. May Help if You Have Tuberculosis Proper diet, fresh air and temper ate habits aid persons suffering from Tube-Ciilosis Oftn more is needed Reports show that Lekman's Altera tive nas brought about many recov eries. Read whal It dd in this case. Madison Lake, Minn. "Gentlemen: In December, 1908. I was taken with hemorrhages of the kings, which confined me seeral v;eek6 each time to my bed. My doc tor advised me to go West In No vember I started fcr Denver, Colo Afttr rry arrival I met Michael Brody, who. upon learning of my condition, Urged me to take Eckman's Altera tive. I kept on taking the medicine and improved fast. Ir. March. 110, I returned home. I am entirely well, have a good appetite and sleep well. When I left Denver my weight was 130 pounds I now weigh 165. my normal weight. I thank God and your 1 Alterative fir my health." (Abbrevi ated ) (Affidavit) PAUL L FASNACHT. Eckman's Alterative Is most effica cious in bronchial catarrh and se vere throat and lung affections and upbuilding the system. Contains no harmful or habit-forming drugs, Ac cept no BUbstituteB. Small size, $1; it-qula:- size, $2. Soiri by leading druggists Write for booklet ot it COVC1 les. Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia Advertisement no FORESTERS SAVE MUCH PROPERTY Concord, N. H , Dec. 11 "A con servative estimate places the value of forest property saved from fire by these measures at over $500,000." says the biennial report of the state forestry commission, after describing the methods of fire preention used in the New Hampshire fore-sis during the last four years. In that period, the report says, the damage caused by the average forest fire has been reduced from $347 to $169. "The key note of the fire protec tive system." according to the report I "is co-operation among all forces in terested In forest preservation." PLAY TO BE GIVEN AT SING SING New York. Dec. 11 Prisoners In Sing Sing prison learned today that the new warden, Thomas Mott Os borne, who has granted them many privileges since he became head of the Institution recently, was arrang ing through the Ooldon Rule Brother hood for the presentation at the pris on on Christmas day of a new play, the Initial performance of which had been planned for early next year. w IDAHO IS SEEKING HARRIMAN MONEY Boise Ida.. Dec 10 The Oregon Short Line and the Union Pacific rail roads, declared to be part of the Har riman estate, lost the first round in the transfer or inheritance tax case instituted against the Harrimnn es tate here. The probate court by the state of Idaho, for Judge William C. Dunbar overruled the demurrer in terposed to the eompiaint. The demurrer was Interposed by the Short Line. Under the court's ruling, it will now be required to an swer or will appeal to the supreme court, the latter course being prob able. The state asked in its complaint to have appraisers appointed to appraise j XMAS TIME IS NEAR We carry everything that goes to make a Xmas table perfect. Come in and let us 3how you through our complete stock. Our special cash prices for this week are as follows: Paisins, 3 for ,...$..25 Large Milk, per dozen.... 1.05 Currants, 2 for 25 Small Milk, per dozen 50 I Walnuts, pe- pound 25 Navy Beans, 7 pounds... .50 6 C. W. Soap 25 Rice, pounds: -50 Corn, 3 cans 25 Heinz Ketchup, per bottle .20 Macaroni, 3 pkgs 25 Worcestershire Sauce, per.. 5 Pounds M J. B. Coffee.. 1.9-' bottle Tree Tea. 2 pk0s ,45 Good Coffee, pe- pound .. .25 Corn Starch, 3 pkgs 25 6 Flakr White Soap .... 25 Corn Flakes. 3 pkgs 25 Armour's Bacon (by the Chees-, per pound 20 side), per pound 26 Mixed nuts, per pound . .20 5-Pouno Box Soda Crax... .40 Tomatoes, per dozen . . . 1.05 ?-Pound can Pork and Pork 3-d Beans. 3 cans... .25 Beans. 2 for -2o Van Camp's Soup, 3 cans. .25 June Peas, pe- dozen 1 0o THOMAS GROCERY . L I 4 the interest of the late E. H Harri- -mnn In the Oregon Short Line, th' greater part of which system is in Idaho, in order that the state could arrive at the total on which to col lect a transfer or Inheritance tax tho ?ate Harrlman's share having passed to his widow either through his will or automatically by death. The Short Line contended that the Matr hnd no right to collect a trans fer tax because the Hnrriman inter est was in the Union Pacific, which operates in another state and not In Idaho. Unless restrained from doing so. Judge Dunbar will proceed to appoint the appraisers on his ruling in deny ing the demurrer and they will be directed to make the appraisement. P L Williams, general counsel for the Oregon Short Line, declined last night to comment on the civse other than to say that the railroad com panies held that inasmuch as the late E II llorriman did not hold a single ihare ol Oregon Short Line stock no transfer or inheritance tax was due jthe state of Idaho As to the prob jable action the railroad company would take he refused to say 00 SALE OF YANKEES STILL HANGS FIRE N'-w York. Dec. 10. The sale o: the N'w York Yankee? to Jacob Rup pert and Tillinghast Huston is still fli the air. Man Johnson, who is the prime mover In the deal, left today for Washington, where he will discuss with lien Minor, president of the Sen ators, the proposition of prosecuting the Federal league owners for sign ing Walter Johnson. Ban is expected to go from Wash ington to French Lic.i for a confei ence with Ruppert. Captain Huston sa:d today ine deal had not pro tressed any in the last twenty-four hours. He added that all parties were hopeful of results in a few days. Read the Classified Ads. CONTRACTS LET ON HIGHLINE CANAL The secretary of the Interior has authorized the reclamation service to execute the following contracts for the construction of the first three GREAT EXPECTATIONS arc never fulfilled without MONEY! Be prepared to meet the Big Op portunities In Life with the money -aved as you progress. Our Savings Department works with you to make your dollars in crease. 44 Interest Paid. Ogden Savings Bank 2384 Washington Ave. Ogden, Utah. M . S Browning, President. L. R. Eccles, Vice-President. John Watson, Vice-President. Chas- H. Barton, Cashier. L . 1 YOU SHOULD NOT EXPECT YOUR groceryman nor butcher to extend credit to you unless you could show that your previous record warrant ed It apply this to your 1 nances. Deposit regularly, either check ing or savings account, in the well managed and substantial UTAH NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN Fjur per cent on divisions of the Highline canal. Straw berry valley irrigation project, Utah Schedule 1. With Mendeuhall, Straw and Bird Construction coinpa nv. Springville, Utah. Contract price M7.4G5.00. Schedule 2. Rydeout and Andras of Provo. Utah, contract price S25r 897.50. Schedule 3. McArthur Bros., 13 Pine St.. New York, S37.078.50. M : ' ' ' ' A Grand Holiday Opening Saturday, Dec. 12. I A wonderful display of China and Cut Glassware, Imported I Vases, Jardinieres, Ornaments, Rugs and Housefurnishings of all kinds will be shown to our patrons and their friends. Also with your purchase of only one pound can of our FAMOUS BAKING POWDER we will give free either a boy or girl Eskimau Doll, Kid Bodied, Plaques of various designs, Signet Rings, large Story Books, China Salads, etc. With a small purchase of our merchandise we will also give free, a beauti fully illustrated book. Bring the children and let them choose their own Christmas gifts. A Souvenir Package of Luden's Famous Menthol Candy Cough Drops free with every purchase. See display in show window. Shop in the morning and get the choice selections. Grand Union TeaCo. j 2436 Washington j WHAT BETTER GIFT? You cannot think of anytlvng for your children s Chrltmas that will instill more lasting and valuable habits of thrift than an account with the Commercial National Bank. It teaches them to save and deposit their money reg- K !., ularly. E New accounts are cordially Invited. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. j'J