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M. THE OGDEN STANDARD: QGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1918. ij Standard RJLNTSILLL-BU Y ReM Classified Ads ' A T THOUGH 1 ) Lea 1 STANDARD WANT ADS 1 If" WANTED Female Help GIRL wanted for house -work. Call 1047 E. 12th St. Phone 2561-W. 3977 A GIRL to work at soda fountain. 132 25th St 3969 COMPETENT woman for housework. $7.00 week. Address 159 W. 2nd. Phone m 2165-J. 3960 K 1 GIRL wanted for general houeworlc m 231 27th, Apt. No. 1. ff STENOGRAPHER with some knowl ' ; edge of Insurance and bookkeeping. Address "Ray," care Standard. 39-18 I WANTED v! 1 Miie Help YOUNG man to learn candy and Ice cream trade. Must be steady. Green -J- well's. lll1 ':j ' BOY wanted witJh bicycle. Clark's. ' 3995 iTWO first-class machinists and two first-class boilermakers. Inquire Supt, Ogden Sugar factory. Amalgamated Sugar Co. 3992 WANTED Boy 16 years of age to worlc in overall factory. Scowcroft's, 397G 1,1. hiwoi-2','w-'0 "r"l,'',' WANTED Situation i JJlfL -,L m n r ri fwt" in WANTED Work by practical mater nity nurse. Phone 3127 or Bos 80. 3961 ENERGETIC boy would like work in city. John Anderson, 31st and Lincoln. 3965 JAPANSES first-class cook; long ex perience; have best references. Phone 2133 -W. 390S CARPET and rug weaving. Ph. 2382-J. 3553 ' CHIMNEY SWEEP. FURNACES and chimneya cleaned. Lee Peters, phono 1952. 2060 f TORRENT T"j HOME-COOKED meals, 54 8 25th St. ROOM and board at 548 25th. 3766 FOR SALE Sewing Machines i ANY make sowing machines sold or repaired. Easy terms. Freight paid. Walker Electric Co., 159 S. State, Salt Lake. City. 3848 . FOR SALE OR TRADE GROCERY store with five modern rooms above. Box 33, care Standard. FOR SALE !; Washing Machines j GUARANTEED electric washing ma chines $-16. Easy terms. Freight paid. r.v Walker Electric Co., 159 S. State, Salt rm Lake City. , 3849 1 ' 5 MONEY TO LOAN RALPH P. HUNTER, Eutabllshed 1889. Mortgage Loans, Real Estate, Insurance, Utah, Idaho lands, farms and city property. Persons desiring to ; loan moi oy on good first mortgage security will do well to consult mo. : Good applications always on hand. 1 24th SU, Ogden, Utah. 3330 : U; - W. N. Pierce Agency Real Estate, In to Eurance, Loans, Notary. 15 Co miner- ft; clal Bank Bldg. Phono 300. 8 m ! f MONEY to loon on real estate uccur g. :. ity. J. J. Brummltt. 6-'21-U m ': REAL ESTATE, Mortaj;o and Loans. j Kelly & Herri dr. 6-15-ti FOR RENT j J m ONE acre of ground with water. Close His ft In. Cheap. Phono 3050. 2446 Grant ave. 9 1 3847 '3jm JVERY dealrnblo office; centrally 1c Silw caLed. lnquiro J. A. Hoglo & Co., rsl UQ9 Endftoa. Phon 222. f-ll-U II ?FOR SALE I Vacuum Cleaners J; L THOR electric, 5-year guarantee. Only $30 freight. Paid. Walker Electric , Co., 159 S. State. Salt Lake City. 3850 ' f ofTtt "J EIGHT or Inoro acres grain land In I city limits. Cash or shares. Phone j 1421. 3952 TWO hundred acres of land, within I two miles of the Reed hotel. Consid- erablo of this land has plenty of water I right; same will bo cut up in tracts to I suit tenant. Here Is an opportunity to I have your liberty garden. Will either I rent for cash or part of the crop. J. J. Brummltt, under Utah Nation- 19 ACRES of excellent tomatoos and b 5 acres of various fruits; also good m houso on main highway near Clear- I aeld. Phono 190, 3682 Read the Classified ids. R Read the Classified Ads. ruJJU,"""H)R RENT "." f I Furnished MODERN furnished room, close in. Phono 1590-J. t 4021 CLEAN, newly papered housekeeping rooms; cellar, lawn, shade. Phono 1127-M. 4005 FURNISHED front room for one or two people. 732 21th SU 4011 TWO rooms, furnished for light hskpg. 559 23rd. Ph. 2S21-W. 4016 MODERN furnished apartments. 231 27th. 4006 COMFORTABLE front room, close in. 569 24th St 4020 TWO furnished rooms. Ph. 2038-R. 807 20th SL 4008 WASH. HOTEL,- 2474 Rooms $2.00 and $2.50. 4000 LIKHT hskpg. rooms, also sleeping rooms. 565 24th St. 3994 NEATLY furnished rooms, 2247 Adams. 3983 LARGE front room, adjoining bath. 2223 Adams. 3990 2- ROOM furnished houso for rent, one block west Becker's brewery; large garden lot. Apply 327S Ogden Ave. 3967 ROOMS and hskp. rooms, 2547 Lin coln. 4003 NICELY fur. rooms for gentlemen; hot water, shower bath. 2452 Madi son. 3933 HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2220 Lincoln. 3917 HOUSEKEEPING rooms, 2353 Mon roe, 3873 NICE front rooms, steam heat, hot, cold water. Over Ogden theater. 3816 FURNISHED hskpg. mis. 330 23rd. 3736 SUITE of rooms. Will accommodate six people. Plenty of heat and hot wat er. Single rooms. 2526 Adams. 3675 NEWLY furnished Apt, 333 24th. 3510 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms and bachelor apartments. 2337 Adams, rear. Phone 1686-R. 3694 NEATLY furnished rms. 333 24th. &J64 PEARL, Twenty-seventh and Grant Phone 2920. 2705 SEE tho new Plaza Apts. PrlceB from $23.50 to $37.50 per month, including light heat and gas. Phone 220S. 165! HOUSES and Qata. 2634 Grant. 9-lB-ti FOR RENT I , UnfWiah J 5-ROOM house, 530 W. Ogden. Tel. 3299 -W. 4035 A 5 -room modern house. Inquire at 231 23rd st 4040 APRIL 1st 4 -room, modern fire place, buffet, furnace. Phone 2X21 -W. 551 23rd st 4034 ARGYLE 3-room modern apt Phono 1008-NJ. 4014 5-ROOM modern house. Call 1220-R. 4019 3- ROOM apartment in Peery Apart ments. Apply D. H. Peery Estate, Og den theater. 3974 TWO store rooms, ten-room rooming house, rooms, 2525 Lincoln. 4002 APT., 3 small rooms, partly modern, $10.00. 663 27th St 3384 4 - ROOM house, largo garden, E. 7. $15.00 per month. Wedell, 2468 Wash. 3970 THREE rooms at 659 East 12th St 3964 5- ROOM modern, 3105 Grant. Phone 2649-R. 3966 TWO rooms, pantry, lights, water One or two people. 2133 Grant 395 UNFURNISHED modern apartment Carver's, 539 22nd St 3942 MODERN 4-rm. Apt, Bummer kitchen. Ideal location. Phone 102. 3827 5-ROOM mod. house. 3066 Adams. 3727 WANTED j g To Rent J WANTED By refined couple, good board and well furnished room in pri vate family or nicely furnished apart ment for light housekeeping on bench. 300 Standard. 4041 P FORSALE 1 Farms , , inn.n IDAHO RANCHES FARMS and ranches, some with cat tle. Terms. Federal Land Co. 493 H"Ju&'iun,ruiiiwu ana picot, "' lujund 16c a yard. Fancy buttons. Madame Caplau'a Gown Shop, 3rd floor Wrights. 1504 LADIES'tallorlnc63C Uadlson. 1932M PATENT ATTORNEYS PATENTS, patent drawing, commer cial drafting. Industrial Engineering company, 435 Atlas Blk., Salt Lake. Phone Was. 6260. 3650- Read the Classified Ada. Read tho Classified Ada. TOR SALE ; Real Estate 2 7-10-ACRE chicken ranch, 2 blocks from car line, 4 -room houso, chicken runs, barn, an acre In orchard. Price $1000. Wanted Wide-awarco young man for real estate and insuranco. Office furnished. For Rent Office room on first floor. 40 acres good land under Davis & Weber canal., Price $3000; will ac cept city property or automobile as part payment. FEDERAt tAND COMPANY Ogden, Utah. 4016 A SNAP. 17 ACRES land on north Washington Ave., near city limits. A part of this is good farm land, balance first class pasture. Price only $1650. Will make terms. E. W. CANNADY 2427 Hudson. 4030 FARM In eastern Montana for sale or trade for Ogden property. 1017 21st 3999 5-ROOM modorn house, with gas. Phone 16S5-R. 3993 BY OWNER, nice little home, water In house; lights and sidewalks, 127 17th St. Phono 2691-W. 3980 ls ACRES good land, 4-room brick house, large chicken house and barn, lJ miles from Union depot. $250 down, time on balance. Inquire at 2147 Sherburne Ave. 39i5 640-ACRE dry farm to rent or lease on shares'; thoroughly equipped. For particulars, 2110 Monroe. 3957 A NICE lot on 4th street for sale cheap. Ph. 25S2-J. 3947 3-ROOM house, part modern, for $1050. 2250 Jackson Ave. 3981 FIVE room bouse with light and water on a lot 43.8 feet by 165 feet, west front, paved Btreot close In on Wash ington avenue. Lot alono worth $1800. The best investment in Ogden. All for $1600. J. A. McCulloch, under First National Bank. 2274 40-ACRES good 7-room houso, barn and out-buildings, team, harness and wagon and implements, 2 cows, 25 chickens. Near car line and school at Harrlsvllle. $6000 If taken before crops planted. If you are looking for farm land call on us. We specialize. Most any thing from chicken ranch up. J. F. Walker Farm Lands Co., 201 Eccles Bldg. Phono 862. 3901 FOR sale or trade for small acreage, 322 D. F. 160 plowed, 85 in grain, fenc ed, buildings, horses and implements Incloses canyons fino for cattle. Write to box 15 care Standard. 3645 A nice lot near the Union depot for only $12 per front foot; terms to suit J. J. Brummitt Phono 59. 3884 FOR SAtE BY SKEEN REAtTY CO. under Utah National bank, 40 acre farm, close, to Trcmonton. Good beet and potato ground. A No. 1 water right, small house. Price $5000. Will take small place in Ogden as part pay ment This ground is plowed ready for crop, 3797 EVERYTHING for rent Ogden Rent al agency. 374 25th st Phone 69. 3657 BY OWNER, 6 -room modern house, 3 acres of land in city limits. Box 60, care Standard. 3643 7-ROOM brick house, R. R. locality; bargain at $2500; terms. Interest 6 per cent Ph. 1230-R. 3547 LOST riorum n rwi r i m n r i n rri r m i n 'ir"i i inrirwrfvu ifUU J CAMEO brooch. Reward. 1929 Wash. 3622 CHILD'S gray fur neck piece, between Madison school and Plaza Apts. Phono 514 Plaza Apts. 4039 Wanted i To Buy ; HIGHEST price paid for Backs. Grout's Grain store, 334 24th St 3236 1917 MAXWELL touring car. Just overhauled and in excellent running order. Phono 2694-M. 4025 A 5-PASS. Bulck 6, run less than" 1500 mi. 506 Plaza Apts. 3958 CHALMERS 35C, run 1500 mils, sells for $1650, good as new; will sell at a loss of $500. 464 30th Street 3950 1916 four-cylinder Studebaker. Engine thoroughly overhauled. Over-size tires; repainted, looks and runs liko new. Bargain, $600. Mtn. St Motor Co., 2366 Hudson Ave., Phono' 624. 3542 USED CARS. WE now have the following used cars ready for sale: 1 1914 Overland Touring $300 1 1915 Overland Touring . J.- 650 1 1916 Overland Touring 550 1 1916 Overland Roadster 450 1 1916 Overland Roadster 350 1 1916 Overland Slx-cyL 1000 1 Grant She Touring 650 The most of these cars are rebuilt and repainted and run and look liko new. Terms will bo given' to respon sible parties. BROWNING AUTO CO. 3887 Tho Government, to encourago In land watorway transportation, is routing hugo barges to companies who will send their goods up and down tho Mississippi. One company routes Im mense shipments of plows from Mo line, Illinois, to Minneapolis. The new locks recently openod by tho . Government make St Paul, Minnesota, tho head of navigation on this great river. oo Read tho Classified Ads. FOR SALE 1 j Real EUtg Jj 16-ROOM hotel and dining rooms and parlors, completely furnished, with large lot, large sheds, livery barn. In quire Mrs. Wm. Laurenson, Downey, Ida. 3979 FOR SALE OR. WILL RENT The, R. O. farm, fine 6-room house. Just what you are looking for. B. F. Pierce, 911 Washington. Phono 2596-W. 3989 ONE of tho best buys on the market today; 19 acres, 15 acres A No. 1 soil, 4 acres pasture, small orchard, 3-room house, barn, etc.; flowing woll. This is a snap for $3200. Immediate pos session given. SKEEN REALTY CO. Under Utah NtaL Bank. 3987 FOn SALE. 21 acres best land In county for to matoes, peas, beets or fruit; 5 acres in bearing apples, 2 acres pasturo, 14 acres for general use; good 4-room brick house, large barn, cemented cellar, wtU and ample water right Ideally located, for marketing crops; close to excellent school and on one of tho main highways. Will sell on good terms, only $4000.00. J. A. McCULtOUGH Undor First NatL Bank. 2779 SEX acres in Kanesvillo, two miles from sugar factory( rich sandy loam. Near macadamized state road. $750 cash, or half cash nd eight por cent interest O. A. Kennedy, basement Utah National Bldg. 4033 WAR garden? I can sell you 2 lots, 4 lots, 10 lots, $40 apiece, cash or on time. Monthly payments. Any old way. You ought to have a garden. O. A. Kennedy, basement Utah Nat'l. bldg. 3911 FORSALE j MkceIlaneoufl rJj DRIVING horse, young, good stock. Buggy, waggon and harness, cheap. Phone 2179-W. 4036 20 ACRES tomato land with house. Terms. Ancona and Buff Orphlngton Duck eggs. Mrs. M. Griffith, Riverdale. 4043 HIGH school cadet suit for sale. Phone 938-R. 3988 FOR first-class shrubbery, shades and fruit trees, call 1811 -J. 39 6S TWO young thoroughbred Jersey bulls, also a three-seating surrey. Utah SchooL for Deaf and Blind. 3959 SINGER sewing machine, card table, adjustable fitter. -506 Plaza Apts. 3956 A 1916 Harley-Davldson, In good con dition, at a. reasonable price. Box D, care Standard. 3949 ROOMING house In best part of city; furniture and furnishings all extra good. Sail and see. 202 23rd St 3927 FOR sale Delivery' wagon, Ogden Steam laundry. 3S81 STOCK soda fountain and complete up-to-date fixture ellghtly used for a confectionery store. Good location up town to rent store room. Compelled to sell. A bargain. A. H. Malouf, 176 25th street Ogden. Phone 435-J. 3822 A rectifier, good as new. Inquire H. C. Bigelow. 3666 FINE large safe cheap. W. D. Brown, SOS Eccles bldg. ' 3594 FORD runabout body, 353 Patterson. Phone 1982-J. 3596 POTATOES $1.26 per hundred. Tel! 1574. 3592 IMPORTED canaries, 2220 Lincoln Ave.' 814 SIX largo sacks of kindling wood, $L J. H. Wheelwright. Phone 828. 748 TEAPOT dome oil is the stock to buy. Office 406 Twenty-fifth st 3404 SECOND-HAND goods bought and sold at reasonable prices. 1800 Wash. Phono 686-J. 3082 JIM'S GROCETERIA lo run like the postoffice. Smal buyers get tho some price ua large ones, Cusiomera save Vhe cost of delivering, Bookkeeping and clerkB. Lveryimng In groceries 19 cheaper. 183 24tb atreet 6-1-U LEGAL NOTICES SUMMONS. In tho District court of tho Second Judicial district in and for the county of Weber, state of Utah. Adelaide M. Fritz, plaintiff vs. Will lam C Fritz, defendant. The state of Utah to the said de fendant: You aro hereby summoned to ap pear within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, If served within the county in which this ac tion is brought; otherwise, within thirty days after service, and defend tho above entitled action: and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which, has been filed with tho clerk of said court This action Is brought to obtain a judgment and decreo dissolving the bonds of matrimony, now and hither to existing between the plaintiff and defendant herein. HARRIS C. JENSON, 1 Plaintiff's attorney. P. O. address 405 David Ecclea building, Ogden, Utah. SUMMONS. In tho District Court of Weber Coun ty, State of Utah. Louisa Hesse, Plaintiff, vs." Alma E. nesse, Defendant The Stite of Utah to Said Defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within .twenty days after service of this summons upon yon, if uerved within tho county in which this action is brought; otherwise within thirty days after service, and defend the LEGAL NOTICES above entitled action; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will bo rendered against you according to tho domand 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 heretofore existing between you and the plaintiff, likewise a decree giving tho plaintiff tho custody of your minor child, costs, and general relief, and restoring her maiden name. STUART P. DOBBS, Plaintiffs Attorney. P. O. Address 515 David Eccles Building, Ogden, Utah. First publication March 18, 1918; last publication April 22, 1918. FOR SALE T1 Poultry and Egg J RHODE Island Reds Eggs $1 per set ting. G. C. Kimcs, 351 Ninth st 4012 DARK CORNISH settings for sale. Cocks, cockerels and pens of best stock. Phone 29-J-L 4029 BARRED ROCK eggs for setting. In quire 2102 Mon. Avo. Phono 1383 -J. 4004 HOOVER says: "A hen for every home." The best is wise economy. Arcady Place Hennery booking orders for day-old chicks; tremendous de mand. Shoot your ordo.s in. A. S. Smurthwalte, Wellsvillc, Utah. 3951 FOR No. 1 baby chicks, none better or cheaper, phone Astill, 1157 -R. 3937 EGGS for hatching $3 a setting. Thor oughbreds. Columbian Wyandottes. In quire phone 3233-R. 3904 DAY" old chicks. Order early. Best stock only. Grout's Feed store, 332 24th. - 3879 TEN young hens and two cockrels, White Orphlngtons. Phone 3261-R. 3853 GUARANTEED White Leghorn eggs, $1, $1.50 setting. 2464 Harrison. Phono 1458. 3838 WHITE Wyandottes, cock and eggs, Barred Rock, eggs $1.50 a setting. 850 23rd. st Phono 2631-J. 3834 FOR baby chicks that are worth your time and labor raising and chicks that will make good layers next winter, sec Shafer at Ogden Feed Co. Also all kinds of chickens bought and sold. 374C BABY CHICKS, S. C. W. Leghorn, Utah hatched, from Hoganized stock. Phone 1569 -W. Mountain View Poul try Farm. 3733 EGGS for hatching. Black. Minorca, "Tho hen that lays a turkoy egg." 639 7th St Phone 2049-R. 3625 SUMMONS. In the District Court of tho Second Judicial District In and for tho coun ty of Weber, state of Utah. Mrs. Orland Crandall, plaintiff vs. Orland Crandall, defendant The state of Utah to the said de fendant: You aro hereby summoned to appear within twenty daya after service of i this summons upon you, if served within the county in which this action is brought; otherwise, within thirty days after service, and deiena tne above entitled action: and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to tho demand of the complaint, which, has been filed with the clerk of said court This action is brought to obtain a judgment and decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony now and hitherto existing between the plaintiff and de fendant herein. HARRIS C. JENSON, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. 0 address, 405 David Eccles build ing, Ogden, Utah. NO i ICb. Of Special Meeting of Stockholders of Rozel Asphalt Company. Notice is hereby given that ther.e will bo a special meeting of tho stock holders of the Rozel Asphalt company, a corporation, with Its principal placo of business at Ogden, 'Utah, to bo held at the court room of Judge A. E. Pratt, In tho 'Weber county court house, at Ogden, Utah, at tho 'hour of 8 o'clock p. nx, on April 2nd, 1918. Said meeting is called for the pur pose of considering and voting upon the proposition of amending tho arti cles of incorporation of said corpora tion, namely, Article Six thereof, by increasing the capital stock of 250,000 shares of tho par value of $1.00 per share, to .750,000 shares of tho par value of $1.00 per share. Said meeting is called under and by direction of the board of directors of said convpany. Dated this 11th day of March, A. D., 1918. ' LEONARD PRUETT, President. SUMMONS. In the District Court of Weber Coun-' ty, Stato of Utih. George F. Spratllng, Plaintiff, vs. Alice K. Spratllng, Defendant Tho Stato of Utah to tho Said De fendant: ' You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, if served within tho county In which this action Is brought; otherwise, within thirty days after service, and defend tho above entitled action; and in case of your failure so to do, Judgment will bo rendered against you according to tho demand of tho complaint, which has been filed with tho clerk of said court This action la brought to recover a judgment dissolving the marriage con tract heretofore existing between you and the plaintiff. J. D. MURPHY, PlautlfFs Attorney. P. O. Address 315-316 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Ogden, Utah. Date of first publication March 18, 1918; date of last publication, April 22,-1918. Imply That ScandinavianjB Countries May Not Be Kept Out of War. LONDON, March 25. At a meetlnpB of the Association of Danish Manufac-B hirers, says an Exchange TelegrapbH dispatch from Copenhagen, PresidenljB Alexandor Foss reviewed Danish com-H mcrcial relations and complained 'H tho treatment of neutrals by belllger-H ents. "Great Britain and the United StatccH have made a commercial agreement rH order to defend the rights of smallH neutral states," said he, "but up untlH now the effect has been to make tn(H position of European neutrals worse iH President Wilson rurely desires thalH neutrals, and especially the Scandl-H navian countries, shall bo kept out 'H tho war, but If we are successful in do-H lng so the credit will not be due tc4H America." oo J WAR CASUALTIES WASHINGTON, March 25. Genera"H Pershing's casualty list, which reach -jB ed the war department late last nlghtH Is as follows: Died of Accident. Private Anthony Romanoskl. Died of Disease. Sergeant Jule Hauston. jH Privates Franklin Cooper, Joseph FjH Covert, Ernest L. Stafford. jH Wounded Severely. Private Jacob Brose. Wounded Slightly. JM Lieutenant Royal Tharp. Corporal Arnold Carlco. Privates A. Dillingham. William Dunsmere. fl Charles L. Fuller. Albion O. Gross. James McDonielson. Mark Hesnick. Dan Sanders. jH Major M. Shelton. Harry Sheppard. Burton L. Thorbornc. jH Previously reported missing, now rcH ported as prisoners: Private Christian A. Sorenson. oo i FRATERNAL SOCIETIES W Queen City Rcbckah LoOko. ho. -1, L 0.H O. F meets ueeond mid lourth Saturday CYeningB at udd bellows' Hall. Visiunffl members mvlieU. Lucile Stephens. N, Q. Lulu ciouuman. Recording Secretary, 251 , Van Bar en avenue H Brotherhood of American Teomrn. o den Homestead No. 15U5, meets ovcH Wednesday evening in L O. O. F. liuil Fraternity building, 2320 Wa-shingt.H avenue. W. L. Moore, Foreman J. JM Junk, Correspondent, 3202 Vushln?trH avenue. Visitors always wclcomo jH Ogden Lodge No. 131-1, Loyal Order jH Moose meeta every rrlday night H i o'clock, Mooso ball. 241b Waswng.cH avenue. W. J. Vngln, Ulctator; J Knuusu, secretary. 327 CoL Hudson American Aiasouic .f ederation (bnivtH cal bcotush Kite) Ogden Lodge No. iH uiuts every iiouuay & p. in., ai 3t3 4H St. James ALacDoiu, K. W. AL, W4UH Ave. U. A. Atuuur, Secretary, -doJ ViJJjH Ave. Visitors uavus welcome. Hl The Woman's Benefit Association the Alaecaueci., Silver Review, iNO. jH mets the 1st and 3rd i'Yiuuy evenings M H o clocK, and tne 2nd unu 4Ui i'Tiday oiH ernoous at z:3U o ciocK in tue wuuuujH hail, 2320 Wash. Ave. visiting memutH mviied. Gertrude Weaver, L. C, Ji'H mo l'rout, K. K.. 2156 Van .Bur en Ave. jJ Masonic Qucl. leather Chapter, No. jH O. K, S., regular meetings held at ALasoH ic hall on Washington Ave, between 2aH and 20 til Sts., tho lirst and third I'TiuuH of each mouth. Sojourning mcmucrs cojH dlally Invited to attend. Ldna .H Hamill, W. AL; Linda L. Irwin, SccrjH lory. H Tho Royal Highlanders. Ogden Casi 625, meets In tho Hagles' hull on OraH avenue every second and fourth TucsaH evenings at i o'clock. Visiting HlghianH era cordially Invited. W. W. Walts, ijH Pro., P. F. Planz, Secretary-tr&asurH 2535 Lincoln avenue H Royal Neighbors of America inecH every second and fourth Monday nigtH of each month at S o clock at tho niH Odd Felows hall, Fraternity buildutl Visiting neighbors Invited. Alary DuiJH Oracle, 2746 Williams, Nettle TurnH Recorder, 2tM3 Van Bureo. H Woodmen of the World, Weber Corrl No. 74. meets In the W. O. W. hall, FrH ternlty block, 2320 "Washington avcntH every Thursday evening at S o clotH Visiting Woodmen cordially lnvittxl H attend. Mathcw Gait, a O.; WJH Mullcr, Clerk. P. O. Box 4SS. Utah Camp No. 9090. Modern Woodrn of America, meets eovry Wc-dnc&dJH night in the Hurst hall, 2439 HudsH Ave. Out of town members cordluH invited to meet with us, YV. H. JotjH son, Consul; J. It. Hinchcllfi, ClerkJH Ogdon Lodge No. 5 Indeuendent Ord of Odd Fellows, meets In L O. O. F. hH every Tuesday evening. Visiting brotH ers cordially invited to bo present. LL H Frank Pollard, N. G.; Henry KlsseH Secretary. jH Tho Order of Railway Employes, Ogdl Division No. 41, moots every lirst aJH third Fridays of each month at tH Eagles' hall, at S:15 p. m. Visiting brotH ers cordially invited. Adrian schippH Secretary. H Fraternal Order of Eagles, Ogden AoH No. US, meets very Wednesday oveniH til S o'clock at Kaglea' Home, 2431 GrajH Ave Visiting brother Eagles are mVitH to attend the meetings. Club rooms opjH at 11 a. m. Adam Farber, W. PrcsidciH Earl Gelgcr, Socrotary; Dr. RclnhiH KanzJcr, Aerie Physician. IH Ogden Lodge No. 2 Knights of PythH meets every Monday evening at 8 o'cloH In Caatlo Hall of the Pythian bulldiiB 2UG1 Grunt avenue Visiting Knights v-iH come Fred Mcissner. C. C; v. L. 1'H der-wood, K, of R- S.; James McCaoiUiH 233C Washington Ave, AL of F. jH Neighbors of Wood era it ,Ogacn Cinj No. 58L moots every WcdnesdH evening of each month, at 8 o'cloH In tho new Woodmon halL VlsltiH neighbors Invited. Surah Ranson, G. 146 West Patterson Ave, Phouu 1235-jH Mario Crltcs. Clerk, 2731 Alourou AH Phoau 32C1-JA H