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jl THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, -UTAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1918. ill 11 Standard ' RILN'T"SIL'LL-BXJ'Y Result Getters. l! Classified Ads THROUGH Standard 1 1 ; " Lead SXANDARD WANT ADS Want Ads' li j Female H elp j ExpeTSenced laundress600 Chambermaid at Reed ; HotcL . . j -rtTfv- COUPLE to take card ?Sd pentleraan. Call at 2350 E Ogden, or phone 1401-J. J iiiiNCED girl, 1-133 25th street. W phonelS . lZ I vTak for gen oral housework; no " ?hta? Enquire 241 25th St. A. i Sloer. 5 Trperlonced girl for room work j gmjj 26th. 3715 ? rjnLEvA.GED woman for house- ISSt! mult be good cook. 2350 Adams. 'jgTwmted. Orpheum Candy com tpw ! rnjiEN Cook for restaurant work, fit bo good on pastry. Address box jX-Standard. oa I arANTED Competent woman or girl f tnr eeneral housework. First class 1 JSges. No washing. Phone 2187. 3689 Situation erieNCEd' bookkeeper" resident ' j0gden, with first class references 'aires permanent position at once. me experience as stenographer. ge 856-W. 3693 SITUATION wanted male nurse, 1 jompaalon, secretary. Expert In senile ', ementia, melancholia and paresis, ' M lazy. Capable, affable, intelligent. 57111 take case in or out of city. Box , K, Standard. 3590 iPARPET and nig weaving. Ph. 2382-J. 3553 I CEOCHET work. Rear 2135 Adams. ; 3 15m V CHIMNEY SWEEP. FURNACES and chimneys cleaned. , ; Lee Peters, phono 1952. 2050 WANTED 1 Miscellaneous j QUALIFIED teacher with a number 'ol years business college experience! : ymls studenLi for commercial course, either bookkeeping or stenographic work. Address A. B,, caro Ctanda.d. ; 3722 RUG and carpet weaving, 2382 N. J. 3228 i ij WANTED i I To Rent J WANTED Ey refined couple, small itnodera apt or house, completely fur !ui3hed, by March 20. Six months or longer. State price. Good references. -Phono 22. 3757 'UNFURNISHED, 4-rm. modern apt or ; t wttage. Young couple. P. O. Box 707. t 3681 ro LEASE, by responsible business I !qu, modem home on bench, contain ! ibg lour or five bedrooms; might buy II suits. Address "Leaser," 507 Eccles ilBldg. 3633 J! TWO room apartments, must bo clean ! 'md well furnished; no objections to i Private home. Apply 309 Marion hotel, f 3446 FOR RENT ')j V - Uo&xd and Room j ROOM and board at 548 25Ua. 3756 !J H0ME-COOKED meals. Reasonable. , 28th St. 3720 1 FOR RENT 1 0-ACIIE beet and tomato farm. Phono 3742 ;W ACRES of excellent tomatoes and J -acres of various fruits; also good 'I ii$K?n main highway near Clear j pell Phono 190. 3 6 82 j LjjjMAJCING j 1 lE,SMAKING Pl"iH BOWlUg. jj jranL 1917 i STITCHING and plcot, 10c und ! 'i&u Fanc' buttons. Madamo 4 5au 8 Gowi1 Shop, 3rd floor Wrights. J, 1604 J IES'Ullorlne,253C Lladlson. 1932M Jff 3-10-lyr. jlfOUBLE harness. Wedell, 2468 Wash. floJK?? Drico Dald for sacks. Grout's JstorcL334 24th SU 3236 SuV?; HUNTER, E-stabllahed WMcSr Utah' ldah0 lands. farms W m0?Perty- pons desiring to Miritv v,in0n, eood flrst mortgage WSd2DU?iid0 V'?h t0 COnsult me' ! thgJ JJcatioas always on hand. 1 -ahah 3330 iK'c?TC0 encyRcal Estate, In SMoaakBlclg. Phono 300. Q 2iBt0jJgy . . "Mf." J j loaa on eatato nccux. 1-fcliummltr, 6-21-tl iiatH.' MorteaCo turn Loans. 'IB Read tbe ClaslliidACi: Furnished J FURNISHED hskpg. rms. 330 23rd. 3736 NICELY furnished front room; heat, phone, hot water. 573 21th St 3760 CLEAN housekeeping rooms; yard, lawn; no dogs. 1127-M. 3762 FURNISHED front room; one or two gentlemen preferred. 630 24th Sr, 3747 3 -ROOM apartments over the Smith sonian. 3744 FURNISHED room for one or two gentlemen. 732 24th St, 3730 6-ROOM modern, 315 27th. sU 3698 FURNISHED apartments, 2213 Lin coln 3714 SUITE of roomB. Will accommodate sLx people. Plenty of heat and hot wat-1 er. Single rooms. 2626 Adams. 3675 NEWLY furnished Apt, 333 24th. 3510 SPACIOUS apartments furnished or unfurnished, the place you'll like. Cheap. Phone 2617-R. 3488 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. 2203 Wash. 3453 LIGHT housekeeping rooms, 2210 Washington. 3400 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms and batchelor apts. 2337 Adams rear. 3694 NEATLY furnished rms. 333 24th. FOX APTS., 2 rms., 447 21st. 3211 PEARL, Twenty-seventh and Grant Phone 2920. 2705 SEE tho new Plaza Apts. Prices from $23.60 to 537.50 per month, Including light heat and gas. Phono 2208. 1559 HOU8ES and flat. 36S4 Grant. 8-lR-ti T FOR RENT J 4-ROOM modern bungalow for rent J. F. Walker, 201 Eccles Bldg. 3758 4- ROOM house, with or without land. Apply 2031 Jeff. Ave. 3766 AN elegant farm of eighteen acres, with five-room pressed brick house; five acres of good orchard, all in good condition, plenty of water, within 20 minutes ride of center of city on a paved road. This is an elegant oppor tunity to clean up ?4000 profit in the next few months. If you want to rent a farm, here is your opportunity. J. J. Brummitt Phono 59. 3754 5-ROOM mod. house. 3066 Adams. 3727 A GOOD modern sixroom brick house on 24th street, close in, $25. J. J. Brummitt, undor Utah National bank. 3754 MODERN 4-room apartment; heated. 638 23rd. 3717 THREE rooms, pantry, clothes closet ana iiguis; z)6Z uaaiumyne avo. avi APT., 3 small rooms, no bath; elderly couple preferred. No children; ?10.00. 663 27th. 3703 MODERN 7 -room house for ront, close in. Apply at Horrocks Bros. 3639 j FOR RENT GROCERY storo, with stock for sale, at 2168 Lincoln. 3751 VERT desirable office; centrally lo cated. Inqulro J. A. Hoglo & Con 2409 Hudson. Phone 822. S-ll-tf Read the Classified Ads. j j TOR SALE j Real Estate Jj 25-ACRE farm in Farr West, 7 acres alfalfa, 3 in pasture, 7 meadow, 6 plowed for beets; six-room frame house, small orchard, strawberries and othor small fruit, ?4750. Includes team, harness, wagon, rack, bobs, plow, cultivator, harrow, mowing machine, rake and scraper. Terms $1000 cash, balance on time to suit purchasor. O. A. Kennedy, basement Utah Natl. 3759 5, 10 OR 15 ACRES, good Improved, Irrigated land, 3 miles from Ogden on cement road. Fino view of mountains, river and lake. Phone 42-R-l. 3731 TWENTY acres, excellent beet land, good water right, close to beet dump, etc., $4000; 7 miles from Ogden, on state road; easy terms. 8 acres, North Ogden, new 6.-room house, fram; good "barn, chicken coop, $2250. Herbert E. Smith Co., 215 Eccles Bldg. 3767 WE HAVE customer for a 4 and a 6-room modern home. Must be well located and reasonable. Bothwell & Swaner. 3734 A MODERN 6-room brick houso, with in a block of tho Catholic church, $25. J. J. Brummitt under Utah National bank. 3721 FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY CO. 40 -ACRE farm. 5 miles out, sandy loam soil, 8-room brick bouse, flowing well, barn, granary, garage. Improve ments worth $4000; water right worth $1600 cash. Some Implements. Imme diate possession. Price only $8000; $2000 cash, bal. terms. 3712 SALE OR TRADE 322 dry land, 150 plowed, 85 in grain, fenced, buildings, 6 horses and implements incloses can yons fine for cattle. Write to owner, 328 E. Broadway, Salt Lake City. 3645 Ai' sacriQce if taken at once, 0 rm. mod., 2036 Liberty. 3670 EVERYTHING for rent Ogden Rent al agency. 374 25th st Phone 69. 3657 BY OWNER, 6-room modern houso, 3 acres of land in city limits. Box 60, care Standard. 3643 6- ROOM house, 100 ft. front lot barn, chicken coop, 3150 Porter. Write Georgo Sickler, R. F. D. No. 3, Ogden. 3575 7- ROOM brick houso, R. R. locality; bargain at $2500; terms. Interest 6 per cent Ph. 1230-R. 3547 MODERN 6-room houso, pantry and basement, as good as now; kitchen range coupled up; lot 110x50 ft. Prico, $2500; terms. 449 Harrop Avo. Call or phone David Jensen, 405 David j Eccles Bldg. 3511 FOR SALE. 21 acres best land in county for to matoes, peaB, boots or fruit; 6 acres in bearing apples, 2 acres pasturo, 14 acres for general use; good 4-room j brick house, large barn, cemented cellar, wv.ll and ample water right Ideally located for marketing crops; close to excellent school and on one of the main highways. Will sell on good terms, only $4000.00. J. A. McCULLOUGH Undor First NntL Bank. 2779 IDAHO RANCHE8 FARMS and ranches, Bomo with cat tle. Terms. Federal Land Co. 493 FIVE room houso with light and water on a lot 43.8 feet by 165 feet west front, paved street close in on Wash ington avenue. Lot alone worth $1800. The best Investment in Ogden. All for $1600. J. A. McCulloch, under First National Bank. 2274 p Read the Classified Ada Read the Classified Ads. AS IRELA2TD LINES UP" , Thlo map showo tho preBent political ltno-up of Ireland. Th rwhlto section In tho north la Unionist, Tho four heavily shaded , patches are counties which havo actually voted Sinn Foln; 1 , ' Monaghan, 2 Longford, 3 Kilkenny and (Indicated by tho ar 'row) County Clare, whore martial law has boon proclaimed to check lawlessness. Tho lightly shaded porllon Is alopallBtXro- jan-much..of. which la.ai&o-atroagly .SlnnJTohW c FOR SALE TWIN-CYLINDER motorcycle, good shape, now tires, for $50.00. Phono 871-W. 3750 FOLDING bed, cheap. Call aftornoon. Ph. 1179-J, 928 Capitol Ave. 3761 SYPHERS Incubator. Phono 1774 -W. 3755 GENUINE Hawaiian ukulele. Phone mornings, 1081. 3728 BAR, back bar, show caso, wall case, National cosh register, range, gas burner, cupboard, glassware, refrig erator, clock, screen, linoleum, etc. 2470 Wall Ave. 3745 GOOD buggy horso, cheap. Inquire 777 2nd St Martin Smith. 3719 NEW Conn trumpet model cornet for sale. Bargain. Phono 327-J. 3737 A rectifier, good as now. Inqulro H. C. Bigelow. 3666 ELECTRIC motor, pump, stand, shaft bar, saw and bono cutter. Ph. 2889 -R. 3708 ALL or part of furnishings for four room houso, Including good range and cottage, organ. 2933 Washington. 3691 FINE largo safe cheap. W- 2. Brown, 80S Eccles bldg. 3594 FORD runabout body, 353 Patterson. Phone 19S2-J. 3596 POTATOES $1.25 per hundred. ToL 1574. 3590 FOR SALE, or will trado for auto, team of mares, light wagon and new harness. Price $250. 1650 Wash. Ave. 3573 WELL-MATCHED, young, light de livery team or saddle horses. S. C. Bauchman, 140 W. 22nd St 3545 IMPORTED canaries. 2220 Lincoln Ave. 814 SIX largo sacks of kindling wood, $L J. H. Wheelwright. Phone 828. 748 FOR automobile Insurance and firo in surance see Ogden Homo Builders Co., 213 Eccles Bldg., Phono 917. I CONCRETE miser for sale cheap. Call 1560-W. 3419 1 TEAPOT domo oil Is the stock to buy. Office 406 Twenty-fifth st 3-104 SECOND-HAND goods bought and sold at reasonable prices. 1800 Wash. Phono CSG. J. ansa JIM'S GROCETERIA la run llko the postoffico. Small buyers got the name prlco as large ones. Customers envo , thu cost of dellveriiirf, oookkeeplng j and clerks. Everyuiing in groceries is cheaper. 183 24th Street- 6-1-U j "for SALE Poultry and ggjwwWJ 1 FOR baby chicks that aro worth your time and labor raising and chicks that will make good layers next winter, seo Shafer at Ogden Feed Co. Also all kinds of chickens bought and sold. 3746 GET baby chicks direct from tho man who hatches. White and Brown Leg horns, R. I. Reds, Barred Rocks. Write for circular. Satisfaction guaranteed. J. H. Stubbs, Campboll Poultry ranch, Campbell, Col. 3646 BABY CHICKS, S. C. W. Leghorn, Utah hatched, from Hoganlzed stock. Phono 1569-W. Mountain View Poul try Farm. 3733 SHAW & STONE COAL CO. havo plenty of hard coal for your incubators and hovors. 2065 Wash. Avo. Phono 699. 3707 DAY-OLD chicks. Order early. Bost stock only. Grout's Sood Storo, 332 24th St 3711 FOR No. 1 baby chicks, phone Astlll. Also 500 egg incubator for sale. 3697 EGGS for hatching. Black. Minorca, "The hen that lays a turkey egg." 639 7th St Phono 2049-R. 3625 f LOST LADY'S Bllvor mesh bag. Owner's name engraved lnsido. Lost Saturday afternoon somowhoro In southoast part of city. Return to Standard office Reward. 3702 CAMEO brooch. Reward. 1929 Wash. 3622 BUSINESS j OPPORTUNITIES I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Apart ment proposition consisting of lease and furniture for 28 rooms, netting over $100 per month. Prico $2760. Terms. Ad. A. W. of Standard. 3391 i Montenegro Not for A Separate Peace LONDON, March 8. Nlko Haidou kovitch, Montenegrin ministor of war and interior, who is now in London, In a letter to tho Dally Chronicle In tho name of hlB king and government, de nies that Montenegro will make a sep arate peace with the Central powers. The lettor adds that If Montenegro had contemplated a soparate peace she could havo obtained it. Minister Haid oukovltch assorts Uiat an offer of peace reached King Nicholas since ho took up his rosidenco In Franco Ho adds: "Tho offer was put forward formallv by the Central powers and was refus ed In terms of contompt and Indica tion," 00 Read the Classified Ads. Rood tho Claseiried A4o. OUTBURST OF EVERET TRUE " ' ' j AND THIS LtVe. IS FOUL. Of SAOmcs 1 T( 'NJUSTlCe ND CRIMQ. ! JS BSTTG? PLACS' ro J IvHrr Am X IDOItvG TO BTTSR thG ujOR ta P""! Just tks a slant at thc hantug op that UHBR6LLA lUill j 1 1 $&k VvnVW Sees unm i 5 ta k aq ie impacts. hears J Ml VOfCO VIBRANT 3 S UMtt To MOic tOR. That kjjT 1 I THAN A SgTlMG. j : 1 FRATERNAL SOCIETIES Queen City Rebckah Lodge, No. 4, L O. O. F., meola second u.nd lourth Saturday evenings ut udd Follows' Hall. Vlaltlng moinbora Invited. Lucilo Stephens, N. G Lulu Cloudiuan. Recording Secretary, 2516 Van Buren avenue. Brotherhood of American Tcomcn, Og den Homestead No. 1505, meota eyory Wodncaduy evening In I. O. O. F. nail. Fraternity building. 2320 Washington avenue. W. L. Moore, Foreman: J. A. Junk, Correspondent, 3202 Washington avenue. Visitors always welcome Ogden Lodfio No. 1314, Loyal Order ot Moose meets every Friday night at 8 o'clock, Mooso hall. 2416 Washington avenue. W. J. Wru;hU Dictator. J. H. Knauss, secretary. 327 Col. Hudson Bldg. American Masonic Federation (Univer sal Scottish Rlto) Ogden Lodgo No. SI. mots ovcry Monday a p. m., at 3G? 24 ln St. James Macbeth. R. W. M., 2450 Wash. n 1Hnf Ciu.rMnlT 'tt('l WaStl. Avo. Visitors always welcome. Tho Woman's Benefit Association of' tho Maccabees, Silver Review, No. 1. 1 mots tho 1st and 3rd Friday ovenlnga at t o'clock, and tho 2nd and 4th Friday aft ernoons at 2:30 o'clock in tho Woodman hall, 2320 Wash. Avo. Visiting members invited. Gertrudo Weaver, L. C; Jen nie Prout K. K.. 2455 Von Buren Ave. Masonic Qucn Esther Chapter, No. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held at Mason ic hall on Washington Avo , between 25th and 2Gth Sts., tho first and third Fridays of each month. Sojourning members cor dially Invited to attend. Edna M. HamlU. W. M.; Linda L. Irwin, Secre tary. Tho Royal Highlanders. Ogdon Castlo 525, meets in the Eagles' hall on Grant avenuo every second and fourth Tuesday ovcnlngs at 8 o'clock. Visiting Highland ers cordially invited. W. W. Watts, 111. Pro., P. F. PJanz, Secretary-treasurer, 263G Lincoln avenue. Royal Neighbors of Amorica meets ovcry second and fourth Monday nights of each month at 8 o'clock at tho new Odd Felows hall. Fraternity building. Visiting neighbors Invited. Mary Duffy, Oracle. 2745 Williams; Ncttlo Turner, Recorder, 2643 Van Buren. Woodmen of tho World. Wcbor Camn. No. 74. moots in tho W. O. W. hall. Fra ternity block, 2320 Washington oyonuo, every Thursday evening at S o'clock. Vlaltlng Woodmen cordially Invited to attend. C. L. Nelson, C. C; Wm. Mullor, Clerk. P. O. Box 4S3. Fraternal Ordor of Euglos, Ogdon Aorlo No. 118. moots very Wednesday evening at S o'clock at Eaglos Home, 2431 Grant Avo. Vlaltinir brother Eagles aro invited to attend tho mcotings. Club rooms opon at 11 a, ni. Adam Farbor, W. President: Karl Goigor, Socrotary; Dr. Rcluhold Kanzlor. Aorlo Physician. Utah Camp No. 3990, Modern -Woodmen of Amorlcu, meets covry Wednesday night In tho Hurst hall, 2439 Hudson Avo. Out of town members cordially invited to meet with us. W. H. John son, Consul; J. R. Hlnchcllff, Clork. Ogden Lodgo No. 6 lndcuendent Ordor of Odd Follows, moots In I. O. O. F. hall every Tuesday evening. Vlaltlng broth era cordially invited to bo present. 11. P. Frank Pollard, N. G.; Henry Klasell, Socrotary. Tho Ordor of Railway Employes. Ogden Division No. 41, moots every first and Eaclca' hall, at 8:15 p. m. Visiting broth- I era cordially invited. Adrian Schlppor, Secretary. Ogden Lodge No. 2 Knights of Pythias moots ovcry Monday evening at 8 o'clock in Castle HaU of tho Pythian building, 2351 Grant avenue. Visiting Knights vuT come. Fred Moissnor, C. C; W. L. Un-dor-wood. K. of R. 3.; James McCamunt, 233C Washington Ave., M. of F. Nolghbora of Woodcraic .Ogaon Circle No. 6S1. meets every Wednesday ovcnlng of each mouth, at S o'clock In tho now Woodmen hall. Visiting neighbors Invited. Sarali Hanson. O. N., 146 West Patterson Avo., Phono 1235-R. Mario Crltcs, Clerk, 2731 Mouroo Avo, phono S2G1-J. ALIAS SUMMONS. In tho district court of Weber coun ty, Btato of Utah. Anna M. Alloy, plaintiff vs. George L. Alloy, Jr., defendant SummonB. Tho fltato of Utah to said defendant: You aro hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this Bummona upon you, if served within tho county In which this action its brought; otherwise within thfty days after service, and defend tho ybovo entitled action; andJn. caso of. your failure so lo do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the marriage con tract now and heretofore existing be tween you and the plaintiff. CHEZ & STINE, Plaintiff's Attorneys. P. O. Address: 403 First National bank building, Ogden, Utah. BIDS. Sealed bids for furnishing coal for use of the State Capitol for tho ensu ing year will bo received at the ofllco of the Secretary of Stato, stato capl tol, until March IS, 1918, at 12 o'clock noon. Appnximately 1000 tons will bo required and the kinds of coal used are mlnos creened slack, straight mine slack and mine dust Certified check for ?500 must accompany each bid. HARDEN BENNION, Secretary-state Board of Examiners. GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES PROBATE AND Consult County Clork or tho Reopo tlvo. Signers for Further Information. NOTICE. James Hope, deceased. The petition of Martha L. Hope, praying for the issuanco to herself of 'Letters Testamentary, February 26, March 8 and 9 in tho above entitled matter, has been set for hearing before Hon. A. "W. Agoe, judge, on Monday, tho llUi day of March, 1918. at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho county court houso, in the court room of said court In Og don City, Webor county, Utah. Witness, tho clerk of said court, with the seal theroof nfflxed, this 27th day of February, 1918. Win. H. Rooder, Jr., Attornoy for Petltionor. C. M. RAMEY, Clerk. By Julia Flygarc, deputy clerk. NOTICE. Estate and guardianship of John F. Owens, incompetent Tho potition of Emma Owens, and L. Earl OwenB, praying for tho appoint ment of L. Earl Owens, as tho guar dian of tho person and estate, in tho abovo ontltled matter, has been sot for hoaring on Monday, the 11th day or March, 1918, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho county court houso, In tho court room of said court in Ogden City, Wobor county, Utah. Witness, tho clerk of said court, with the seal thoreof affixed, this 27th day of February, 1918. Harris & Jenson, Attorneys for Petltionora. C. M. RAMEY, Clork. By Jnlla Flygaro, Deputy Clerk. LIQUOR BEALES PLEAD FOR LENIENCY WASHINGTON, Maroh 8 Socro tary Daniels today Is considering ro quests of liquor dealers in the flvo mllo dry zones established around naval training posts that they be glvon additional time In which to niovo out of tho zoncB. no Road tho Classified Ads. Read the Classified Ads. AUTOS FOR SALE lliffl 1916 four-cylinder Studebaker. Engine inix thoroughly overhauled. Over-size fifi;fi tires; repainted, looks and runs llko ".fjBinlfc new. Bargain, ?600. Mtn. St Motor ill H If Co., 2366 Hudson Ave., Phone' 621. lUftlraS 3642 :L K jjll PATENT ATrORNEYS PATENTS, patent drawing, commer- itlffSi clal drafting. Industrial Engineering company, 435 Atlas Elk., Salt Lake. ! H Phone Was. 6260. r 3650 ji; Attorney-at-Law. 1 j S JB. T. Hulanlskl. Lawyer, 313-314, Pirst 1 M ji National Bank Bldg. Phon 202. 3635 , ft I Lawyer O'Connolly, over Commercial 1 j k National Bank. Phone 11. i H I Accident Insurance ! fi I Aetna Accident & Liability CoLt.Auto , 1 and Liability Insurance. H. A. Purdy. ft r 2377 Hudson Ave. Phono 483. ; M I Anything 'fllj Bought, Bold or exchanged. -.Uvord, ill a I Phono 333. 3272 !WH Automobile Supplies iiHI Everything for Automobiles. Every- t!lf thing for Electricty. Auto and Electrio mIBMk Supply. 2564 Washington ave. Phono 88. 'Hill Garage. Ropaira, Studebaker Agency 1 3 ll'lr Mack-Kobinson Co., 2140 Grant Avenue, 'MH Phono B91. iUfif Banking Ogden Stato Bank. Commercial & Sar- jfl ! lngs Depta. Rood Hotel Bldg. Phono 62. jJI Utah National Bank, southeast corner H 1,1 24th tit, and Wash. Ave. Phono 6L, Iff II Carpet Cleaning 1 ' ! K. Von Knmpen for upholstering; car- l I 1 pels cleaned, altered and Laid. Ke-maklag im y Ql mattresses. Phono hi' 3. Iw M ! Chiropractors m I Irish i Irish Chiropractic, suite 209- !IU ' , 210-211 CoL Hudstfh Bldg., 2nd floor. I ffl t Phone 27o. Only lady Chiropractor in : Ogden. 2734 Jffl , I. J. McEell. ohlropractor, fourth floor ij8 : j Col. Hudsen Bldg. Phone 630. 2611 t9 1 i Johnson, McKcU. Thompson, Suite 403- fl I' 10-11-12-13-14 and 26. 4th floor Hudson ! ; ' BIo. X-Ray l-fiooratory. Etione TOT. ; j j L. P. PinJtor, successor to P. J. Frcenor iw I Chiropractf; Office, 112 - 13 - 14- 1 26, Col. HuKon Bldg. Phone 311. 1045 HI City Scavenger! li McCarty &z Co., 2734 Grant Avenue. Utf Phono 2018-W, Correspondence School c International Correspondence School InfT liavo opened their oilices under Utah Lt National Bank, corner, 24th St. and In j U ashmgton Ave. 3434 9 1 Engraving Ogden Engraving Service Co.. makers M of flue cuts in one or more colors, 2408 I Washington Ave. Phono 463. j Furrier and Taxidermut 1 1 Orders uiVuti xor new furs at reasonabU jl I prices. Work guaranteed. T. Gajewskj , at Bur'c Store. Phono 118, Hair Dressing m jutaoiuiit lijjrdresslng Parlor, sham- Ju poomg. manicuring. Heed Hotel Bldg., Lil zaih SU Phono 107-J. 3732 JI Hides If Hiues, pelts, wool. furs. O. M. Run- K yau, 2269 Wall Ave. W Hotel " i-t Tno Only Flreproor Hotel In Ogden, . Rates 7&o and up. The New Brlgnam, j Wan Ave., and 2ith bu Phono 2430, Junk and Hides Western Hiao u Junk Co., 2223 Waah i lngton Ave, Phono sbl, J Ogden Junk House, 2059 Wash, Av i, Phono 210 j, JUNK Highest prices paid for Junk li and bags of all kinds. Call 257, 3621 jj Money to Loan ! S baJoilcd pcuplu can get It without -a 1 f curity, others on lunuiure, pianos, etc, , I -16 ttuuou lildg. Phone SY1-J, i B New and Second Hand Goods H 1 A. Slner. l-.ViV and Second-Hand Fur- tffl nlturu. Clothing, etc bought and sold, Jn Suit cases cheap, 241-43 26th StrooU Phonu 13UU hft Photographers J Tho Amundsen Studios. We please tho hard to pleaso. 2469 Washington Ava- I uuck phone 2275-K. jjj Physician and Surgeon y Dr. A. Ferniund. office hours 11 to M p. m. New Poory Bldg. Hudson Ave, H Hes. Phono 6iS; Office Phono ll'OU-W, tW Signs Im RKDFIELD-KINQ, Inc. Signs of all IM kinds tin. glass, brass, muslin, card signs Electrio signs, bulletins, walls, board signs. Phone 280. 2443 Washing- D l6u Ave, 3534 M Sanitary Work Sanltarj Garbago Co., all kinds of rub- II blah hauled, ash pits cleaned. Prices rvasonuole. Phono 620. Sewing Machines H White Sowing Machlno Co., 3255 Wash- H lnirteu Ave. Phone 2K84. ! Tents and Awnings IB Ogden Tent and Awning Co., manufao- H turers of high-grade store, office and ) resident awnings. Waterproof covers, bags, otc .Uythlng In canvass. 2264 U BIDS WANTED 1 Bids will bo received at tho office Jfl of tho undorslgncd up to 12 o'clock m noon, May 1, 1918, for M 25,000 motor vehicle plates i-. dupll- M cato. 6000 commercial motor vehlcli plates In duplicate 1000 dealers' motor vehicle platca ii duplicate. 3000 motorcyclo plates In duplicate 8000 chauffeur's badges. Specifications on filo In the office of tho secrotary of stato, stato capltol. HARDEN BENin ION, Socrotary of State. Road the Classified Ads. Road the Classified Ads.