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111 I WANTED 1
JB I f Male Help j
m I U. S. Department of
IK I Labor
IE U. S. Employment
M I Service
I Be a patriotic worker, 'aid
3S i the government to build the
9 I $50,000,000 plant started at
jfl Nitro (near Charleston), West
Wvw Laborers $4.40 per day.
9 J 10 hours' work 11
9S hours' pay.
Sv Double time on Sunday.
Free railroad fare.
1 Meals free en route.
S f Room rent free and board ,
S 2 at commissaries, cafeteria
m i style at, about $1.00 per
S I day. Medical attention
J and amusements free.
m. Men coming to Salt Lake oi
Bj Ogden from any point in Utat
w will secure receipts for theii
m ' railroad fare and same will be
i refunded on arrival at Nitro.
iSC : Quoting message to this of-
Qft v fice from Director of Employ-
MD j ment at Nitro:
1 "Nitro must have thou-
sands of men immediately-
1 who will be distributed
1. according to experience or
ability and assigned to
suitable work on either
W construction or actual
m operation in a few
- weeks."
V Shipping dates will be an-
m nounced later.
ft Special trains leaving Union
I Depot at 6 P. M.
m Apply at
m U. S. Employment Service,
I 2402 Wall Ave.,
K (No fees of any kind.)
I Open 8 A. M. until 5 P. M.
m LIVE wire salesman with Ford car
m call 13G5-W. A real money maker for
m right man. 316
BOY Manufacturing Dept. Scow croft
if & Sons. . ..29S
It PIPST-CLASS machinist ana mould-
icrs warded at Ogden Iron works com
pany. 71SS
f Female Help
a GOVERNMENT needs 12,000 womer
,JI clerks Ogden examinations Dec. 7
t, Snlary $1200. Experience unnecessary
I'm Wmen desiring government position
El, write for free particulars, J. C. Leon
. ard (former civil service examiner,)
t 1016 Kenois Building, Washington,
f 38C
LADY shoo cjerk, Chrislenson's Cut
Rato Shoe store. 320
!' HOUSEKEEPER about 45 or 50 years,
wanted. European hotel, room 10. 30S
GOOD girl for general housework.
Closo in; good wages; no washing. 84
WANTED Girls at American Linen
r Supply company. 7S70
' E. Z, WASH Day Tablets make wash
, ing easy. Your grocor has them. 7724
WANTED Experienced mangle girls,
i U. P, laundry. 6970
FIVE passenger 1917 Ford for sale.
Excellent condition. Phone 2832. 384
i OAKLAND light six, five good tires.
; Cheap for cash. Call or phono 303 Reod
Hotel. 374
! FORD touring car. Must be sold iin
i ' mediately account of leaving town.
, Phone 2021-M. 370
; 630 CHALMERS. Inquiro Mu Harpster
r at- Cheesman Auto Co. 7789
SAXON-SIX owner goTng to war.
; Nearly new. Box 89 Standard. 7161
f "found I
j FOUND A pocketbook. Owner may
;I have same by paying for ad. Cail
A 2496-J afternpon 4 . p. m. 383
i PIG Owner can have same by de
scribing and paying for this ad. Tol.
620, 209
A LADY'S wrist watch, on Adams be
tweeu 24th and 25th. Call at No. 14
; Browning Apt., 27th and Washington
i : avenue. 121
I HEMSTITCHING & picotedglng. Mrs.
i N. C. Stephens, Pnlne & Hurst. 125
" ) LADIES'tailorlng,2E3G siaurson, 1932M
1 ; 3-10 -lyr
DRESSMAKING Rear 2330 Adama.
: BASEL, Switzerland, Nov. 11. The
. . heaviest fighting Sunday morning was
; in front or the Victoria and Bauer
cafes and the library of the arsonal,
near the Lustgnrten, .whore officers,
; ; juilltary cadets and Boy Scouts were
if fortified.
Real Estate :
8 RM mod. brick, good location, on
bench. Hot water, heat, lawn , and
shape. Cheap at ?4500. Easy terms.
5 RM strictly up-to-date brick dwell
ing, large lot with or without furniture.
Price right and terms reasonable.
2 ACRES fine irrigated land 12th St
6 ACRES close in, sell all or part.
1 ACRE, good house on St. Ry $2200.
8 ACRES close in, good buildings, all
kinds fruit, flno land and water right.
Bargain at $7,500. Half cash.
6 ACRES with good house and out
I buildings close In, for cash $4250.
WE liavo other desirable property for
sale or exchange at right prices and
easy terms.
R. G. AGEE '
Basement Broom .hotel. Phone 69 or
683. 36j
G. ACRES one mile off Washington
avenue on State or Rlverdale road. 5
room house and plenty of out-build -Ings,
perfect water right. Tel. 42-R-2
or address H. V. Slead, Ogden, Utah.
R. P. D. 4. 319
5-ROOM modern brick. Ideal location.
Phone 1969.
A GOOD modern 7-room brick house,
with heating plant. Well located close
In on the bench on a principal street.
Large lot, fine lawn, on a street car
line, near a school. Only $2700.00.
300.00 down, balance same as paying
rent. Low rate of interest. J. J.
Brummlt, Phono 59. 149
WILL sell at a bargain 5 3-4 acres
good land, abundance of water, good
house, barn and. other good improve
: ments. Located' first outside of city,
north, one block from city car line.
1 Phone evenings 2614 -m, days 378, Og-
den Real Estate & Bldg. Co. 127
; A GOOD 4-room house located on 26th
street, in the same block as the High
School. Partly modorn, large lot.
$1800.00. $300.00 down, balance on
time. J. J. Brummitt 2320 Washing
ton avenue. 149
25-UOOM rooming house for sale In
one of the best towns in Idaho. Cheap
if taken at once. Good terms. See Mr.
Condra, Marrion hotel. Phone 2100. 104
4 4-ROOM house, within three blocks
of the Broom, Hotel. Will pay one per
cent on investment. $1750.00. $300.00
down, balance same as paying rent a
month. J. J. Brummitt. Phone 59.
A GOOD modern 5-room brick house,
well located in the railroad district.
This house to build at present tlino
would cost about $3,000.00. Large lot
Located on a principal street. Will
pay one percent Interest a mouth on
investment, only ?2250.00. $300.00
down, balance same as paying rent.
Low rate of interest. J. j. Brummitt,
2320 Washington avenue. 149
THREE choice building lots. 50x125
on Farley Ave. Phono 2882 -J. 4
A GREAT snap In a larm of 150 acres
located near ugden, within a quarter
of a mile of railroad station. Plenty
of water, some oi this land is worth
$500.00 per acre. This Is an elegant
proposition for any one to sub-divldo
una to clean up anywhere from $26,000
to $50,000 in the next three years, only
$80.00 per acre, small payment, balance
on terms. J. J. Urummltt, Phono 59'.
o 3-iu a. 6 mi. ot town. iorse anu uug
; gy and implements, ihono 2084 -r.
; FOR SALE or trade by owner, good
; modern home. Payment down, $36.UU
' per month, no interest. Will take goou
car as pari payment. Phone 102. 9081
1 AN elegant lot on 31st street 146 feet
iront and 106 teet deep, only $100.
$10 down and $10 per mouth. J. J.
' Brummitt, 2320 Wash. 149
tSUME good land with water, some at
$350.00 and some at $400.00 an aero,
! close to city limits. Five acres with
water right. Small house only $1600.00.
Five room modern only $1000.00. Lasy
terms. H. Van Bruak, 302 35th. Phono
13'J-w. 9069
A GOOD sightly lot on 21st street, 25x
137 teet deep to alley, only $25.00. $5.00
down and $5.00 per month. J. J.
Brummitt. Phone 59. 149
STORE and dwelling, well located on
bench. Store equipped with electric
scales and mill, rnue Includes lot and
building with halt, interest in drive
way, lour own terms. Price only
$1300. Undor 1-irst Nat'l bank. J. A.
McCulloch. 9001
S-ROOM modern brick house close in
on bench and car lino. Good barn and
garage. Walk, sewer, curb and gutter
all paid. Lot 43x150 to 20 ft. alloy.
Price $3800. $760 cash, long Umo bal
ance, J. A. McCulloch. 9001
5 -ROOM new modern brick bungalow.
Hardwood floors, half basement, elec
tric fixtures, linoleum on kitchen and
bdth room Hoors, garago. Lot 40x150.
South front, close to paved street and
car line, $800 cash, time on balance.
Only $3900, J. A. McCulloch, 9001
EVERYTHING lor rent, Ogden Rent
al agency. 374 Vf: 25Lh at. Phone 69.
j Miscellaneous
2nd HAND grocery counters and
scales. Send particulars to Box 746,
Ogden, Utah. 35,1
CLEAN RAGS wanted at the Stan
dard office.
A few loads of dirt to fill up a small
excavation. Address M. J. C. PO. Box
46. 330
A few loads of manure for an acre of
ground. Address M. J. C. PO. box 46.
MARE and mule colt, good spring wa
gon and harness $60.00. C79 37th St.
J!jj.fepP. .
ROOM and board, home comforts. 526
25th, 357
ROOM-with bath, phone and board for'
kono or two gntlemen. Call 2120. 293
j i . Furnished j
I n..----. -. n i " . - -i -1 rinnnnnnruLnf.
2439 Washinoton
Centrally located, modern, hot
and cold water, steam heat and
telephones In rooms. Rates by
day, 50c and up. By week, $3
and up. 357
St. Paul Hotel, No. 429
Twenty-fifth street, now open.
Building has been remod
eled and is one of tho most
modern hotels in tho city.
Rooms reasonable by tho day,
week or mouth. J. P. O'Neill,
1 LARGE front room in cottago nicely
furnished. Also back bed room. Break-
fast and supper arrangements. 2874
Washington.. - 379
6-ROOM house. Strictly modern, heat,
electric washer, electric sweeper,
piano. Four blocks from Washington
on car line. For particulars phone 1265.
FOR RENT furnished. 10 room house.
2526 Adams. 353
NICELY furnished front room. Fur
nace heat. Phone 1678. 317
TWO furnished rooms; modern. Phone
I 2906 -W. 2106 Wash. 268
SLEEPING rooms $2.50 to $3 per wk.
! Steam heat and bath. 2474 Washing
ton. t 263
4-ROOM apt., 2571 Lincoln. 229
ROOMS furnished or unfurnished at
reasonablo prices. 362 24th St. 122
HSKPG- rooms. 2731 Madison. Phone
2029. 9070
FURNISHED apt. 437 Herrick. 907S
HOUSEKEEPING- fur. and unrur., gas,
$8.00 up. 636 31sL 7907
COMPLETELY furnished for lignt
housekeeping. Elevator, amusemont
hall, phono, Jight, heat and gas. Maid
service if desired. Rates $20 to $37.50.
ROOMS for housekoepiug, 427 24th St.
FURNISHED 5-room house. Call to
morrow only, 2932 Chllds .ve. 77.12
A NEATLY furnished apartment. Tho
Pearl, 27tb and Grant. Phone 2920
HOUSES and flnUu 2631 Grant. S-l'J-ti
NEW 5 room house, lights, 599 12th
! St. Phone 2962-W. 385.
ONE new 14x20 fire proof garago for
rent cheap. 25th Street and Lincoln.
Phono 1450. 368
3 ROOMS, toilet, light, water, collar,
closet. No children. 2748 Jefferson ave
nue. 345
THE Rich flat 2467 Jefferson Ave.,
$"35 a month. 334
7-ROOM modrn house at 180 31st SL
Phone 960. 297
8 RM mod. brick house on bench, 4 1-2
blocks from First Nat. bank. Enquire
314 Hudson Bldg. Phono 330. 202
PRIVATE garage, $7 per month. In
quire 2546 Adams or phono 1943. 7916
PRIVATE garage on Adams near 25th
St. $4 a month. Call 884 -W. 300
j LOST j
2 PIGS, 1 black 1 brown, 4 months
old. Reward. Call 2083R. 349
AUTO crank for Cole car. Please re
turn to Carr Drug and get reward.
SMALL purse, containing $10 curren
cy. Reward. 51 Harrisville. Jas. Brlggs.
LOST Friday afternoon between 2
and 4 p. m. on road from Farmlngton
to Ogden 2 leather suitcases containing
ladies wearing apparel. Liberal To
ward if returned to Clerk, Marlon Ho
tel, Ogden. 7965
I Men I
I i
Apply to John Shields, employ- ft
ment agent, Amalgamated Sugar
Co., at 2354 Hudson avenue, or
jj 2402 Wall avenue. U. S. employ- 1
jjj ment service. Sugar factory now j
in operation. i
I 1
Can furnjsh employment of
? varied naturo at tho different W
I factories. U
( fSralT 1
ducks. Mrs. Griffith, Rlverdale. 37S
YOUNG thoroughbred Jersey cow. 743,
29th St. Phono 2818-J. j 375
MILK cows and stock hogs. Phone
37-J-3. 372
HORSE, harness and wagon for sale
O. S. L. Commissary. 3g.j
FIVE passenger Maxwell, first class
ninning condition. Cheap. Inquire
Modorn Market. 2G6
A FEW of those .excellent Dundee
suits that have been uncalled for, we
aro offering at greatly reduced prices.:
Dundee Woolen Mills, 2431 Hudson)
j avenue in the Alhambra Bldg. 34s
BUICK roadster 1918 Model Good
condition. New tiros. Run 7000 miles.
A bargain. Apply Goudard Packing Co.
FURNITURE for 3 rooms,
dining room sot, rugs, Hoosler
kitchen cabinet and table, bed
and dresser, chiffonier and
other articles practically new.
Apply 30 Argyle Apts. Call at
once. Owner must leave town.
. , . 1
CHICKENS. Charter oak heater, Jewel
gas range, threo gas plates with three
burners, washing and ringing machine,
mountain hack wagon. House- to rent
329 26th St 327
LARGEST size Edison phonograph, 76
four-minute, ten two-minute records.
Very cheap for cash. Phono 1365 -W.
CHICKEN cabbage at 75c per cwL
Also table carrots and beets. 624 W.
21st St. Phone 584-J. 31s
A good Dayton bicycle cheap. Hor
rocks Bros, store. 302
UNDERWOOD typewriter, good coiT
ditlon. Inquiro 2476 Washington. 301
FORD delivery body' for sale. Good as
new. Call 567 299
PIANO Only 4 yenrs old. Worth $375.
must have cash. $150. Address "Quick
Action," Standard. 296
HIGH-GRADE Catswold bucks. Young j
pigs. Phono 9-W. Joseph Barker Co. 1
22 1 j
IMPORTED canaries. 2220 Lincoln. I
ADJUSTABLE Acme dress form near-1
ly new at 2739 Grant. S026 1
cold for lowest prices- at 2524
Washington Avenuo. Phono 173.
LABOR and soap saved by using E. Z. j
Wash Day Tablets. At ali grocers.
, 7725 '
BASS horn cheap. C. D. Conn, 19S4
Washington averuo. 76S4
GROCERIES, staples, host brandii,
lowest prices on ti.o Bene.. Martin (
Cash grocery, 740 24th St. Phone 537.
GROCERIES lnrotall quantities at )
wholesalo prices. Ogden'a Groceteria, 1
181 24lh St. 684i',
9 column 3urrough's Adding machine.
Good working order $100 cash. Appl
Standard ofllco. 5371
SMALL but good paying grocery bus
iness for sale in Ogden. Owner do
slres to sell on account of ill health.
Good proposition if takon right away.
Address W. II. White, Caro Scow
croft's, Ogden, Utah. 344
Read the Classlfiod Ads.
Road the Clarified Ads.
OH, Yes, tv(S H4V5 THteM ?- ; f
BUStrvtSSS UITH Tour Ill!-r'
BUTTINSKI FRtg-M --zr- ,
RALPH P. HUNTER, Established
liortgago Loans, Real Estate
Insurance, Utah, Idaho lands, farmj
tu:d city property. Persons desuiag to
loau money on good first mortgage
security will do well to consult me,
Good applications always on hand. 411
24tu St., Ogden, Utah. 3320
W. -f. Pierco Agency Real Estate, In
BUiance, Loans, Notary. 15 Commer
cial Bank Bldg. Phone 300.
MONEY to loan on real estate secur
ity. J. J. Brummitt G-21-tfj
REAL ESTATE Mortgage and Loan
Kelly & Herrick. 5-15-tf
To Buy
UUKu woud any quantity. Greenwell
Confectionery. 333
A 4 or 5 room modorn home. Phono
iays 378, evenings 1427. 126
OLD keys. 10c dz. Ph. 333. 9026
A FOUR or five room modern home.
Wo can also handlo if tho price is
right n few small acreage tracts close
In. R. G-. Agee. Bsmt, Broom Hotel.
Phono 69 or 6S3. S002
GOOD car--Bu!ck or saxon-slx pro
fereci. State price. Box A. D. care
Standard. 7162
AMSTERDAM, Nov. 11. Public au
thority in the Prussian north seaport
of Danzig is in the hands of a sol
diers' and workers' council formed by
both Socialist partios. There were no
disturbances Sunday, but a general
strike has' been declared for today.
f wanted" I
s To Rent j
YOUNG couple, no children, want 3
or 4 room apt. unfurnished preferred.
Phone 1327. 373
4 OR 5 ROOM furnished modern. Box
401. Standard. 369
Situations 5
n iiTrtrn-irmrrfvriri m nuMmiin iT
I H Hi LiPLNU- HAND information and
free employment bureau. 2447 GranL
j Phone 8S9. 261
The undersigned will sell at public
sale. Ono Kurtzman piano number
41556, style E, walnut, under chattel
mortgngo dated July 5th, 1917. Piled in
county recorders' oflico, Weber codnty,
Utah. Mortgagor. Philip A. Garner.
Mortgagee John Evans. Amount claim
ed $15S.42 on the 4th day of November
1918 at 2S74 Hudson avenue, Ogdon,
Utah, on November 19th, 1918 at noon.
All Exchanges
Close to Celebrate
. Close of the War
' CHICAGO, Nov. 11. The Chlcagc
Board of Trade, the Chicago Stock Ex
change and the Chicago Livestock Ex
change all declared a holiday today
and so too did the Produce Exchange.
sorrs hei.ej4 Bur The aud Those. HH I'm sorrm but I I Wonr o IF h
Theaters IS off Fc?R.f Tickets Were MSimplM cau'T Help VoO CAf4r Go -
n 1 11... -r. 1 " 1
There Vol So- 5Poil no- i was 6oimg 1 thought tou coutp - 1
na w8EiTr njffg wicH-r f1 Yl( OSL ' I marr Do TBAf-
' '" l A"W0
The Livestock Exchange requested IH
that to avoid congestion all shipments
of livestock for Tuesday's trade hero
be withheld.
The Cotton Exchange governors an
nounced similar action by that market.
The Consolidated Exchange decided
oJbo to close.
Tho Coffee and Sugar Exchange and
the Now York metal market -were lH
closed too. This left all markets sus- 11
pending business except tho Produce IH
Exchange, which, it was announced, 11
would bo shut down afnoon. 11
CHICAGO, Nov. 11 Tho United
States railroad administration was re- IH
quested later by the United States Hl
bureau of markets to order that all lll
railroads decline to accept livestock Ml
loadings or shipments to arrive at Chi- 11
cago prior to Thursday morning, No- H
oo IH
PROVO, Nov. 10. Mrs. Mav PItzer
74 years of age, died tddav at tho home H
of her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Good
sell, In Pioneer ward. Mrs. Pitzer was
born in Sweden and camo to Utah 11
many years ago. She is survived by II H
two daughters and two sons. The body
will he sent to Grantsville for burlaL
Anything New or Old. ll
Be Jour own salesman. Toll no lies lM
Select your wants, ray. 2116 Grant" &H
Phono 333. 003
Attoraey-at-Law I
E. T. Hulaniski, Lawyer, 313-314, H
First National Bank. Phono 202,
lawyer O'Connally, over Commar-i )H
leal National Bank. Phono 11.
Accident Insurance H
Aetna Accident & Liability Co, H
A-.o and Liability Insurance. H.
Purdy, 2377 Hudson Avo. Phona 483,, H
Automobile Supplies H
Garage, Repa'.rs, Studobaker Agency, H
Mack-HoDinsoa Co., 2440 Grant Ave, H
Piijno 891.
Everything for Automobiles. Every-i H
thing tor Electricity. Auto and Eltac- H
trie Suppiy. Jab4 Washington Avo, H
phano aati and 325.
Banking H
Ogden State Bank, Commercial & H
Savings Dopto. Reed Hotel Bldg,
Phono C2.
5 Utah National Bank, southeast corn- H
, er :4tli bt. anu Wasn. Ave. Phono ,61, H
; Carpet Cleaning H
j 1C. Van Kamien for upholstering; H
carpels cleaned, altered and laid. Ke- H
mailing ot mattresses, pnoae Ji83. H
Expert carpet cleaning, mattreu H
renovating, upaoistenng, una springs H
' rejirctcueu. v,all jjj. j. iiampioo Co, H
' fuoae :ba6 W. H
Chiropractors H
Hs . Rooerts, Chiropractor, 412-13- H
14,Col. Hundson building. Phone 707. H
i I. J. McNeil, chlrooractor, fourti I
r Hour Coi. tiuuson tjLa'fe. .pnono G30 H
I 3U0J,
City Scavengers I
Mccarty oo 2734 Grant avenue,- fl
Pnuuo 2Ui6- W H
r .
" tiectrical Wirino: . - ll
Wiring ana icpalring in all it$ H
bruueucs Auto, oc ii.iuctric supply,
.' 2ou4 Wusu. Ave. irliouo 325-36. iVSt H
Engraving H
Ogden jiugraving Seryico Co., mak- H
erj ot mu cuts m oae or more colors, H
Yvasnuiguuu avo. 1'noue 4bl.
1 rtano Tuning H
Leave orueia at CONSOLIDATED H
&1USIC CO. tor Thomas S. Ashworth.
Tuning and repair jobs. Work guaran- IH
tecc. 10U !
- rurrier and Taxidermist I
Furs cleaned, stored and remodeled H
In uie las test styles. New orders takeu. H
Summer prices. All worn guaranteed, H
T. u'ajewsky at Burt's store. Pnouq il
Hotel I
Tho Only Fireproof Hotel In Ogden H
Rates 7c und up. The New Brignam, H
Wail avo. and 4th Pnouo 2430 H
Junk and Hides
Weatern Hdo & Junk Co,, 2223 H
Washington ayo. Phono 8G1, H
Ogden Junk House, 2059 Wash. Ave, 'H
Phono 210.
Life Insurance I
Mutual Jbiie of New York. Phona
2454. J. P. Corry, Dist. Supt. 172
lvloney to Loan H
Salaried peoplo cat, get it without H
eecurity, otuers"on lurnituro, pianos,
etc. 2ld Hudson Bldg. Phono S71-J,
Wew and Second Hand Goods
A. Slner, new and second- band fur-i
niture, clothing, etc., bought and sold,
Su.t cases cheap. 241-243 25th St, H
Phono 132L
Olson Fluff Rugs H
Mado from old carpets, rugs and
clothes. Phono 1908-M. 371 Twenty-
second. 1(36
Physician and Surgeon H
Dr. A. Fcrnlund, Office hours 11 ta
4 p. m. New Peeiy Bldg., Hudson Ave,
Roo. Phono 646; Office phono 1900-W,
Ru Weaver H
M. V. GoeschJ, rugs of now goods, rag IM
rugs and carpets. 3227 Washington. IH
Telephone 1443-W, Ogden, Utah. 9005 H
Sewing Machines H
Whito Sowing Machine Co., 2277 1
Washington Ave. Phone 2S84. '1
Sanitary Work H
Salntary Garbago Co., all klnd3 o
rubbish hauled, nsh pits cleaned,
Prices reasonable. Phone G20. H
Second Hand Stoves , L H
Wo take your old range as first pay i
ment on any now- range or wiU buy
your old range outright. Homo Fur-
uiture Co. 7523 M
Viavi .
Nature's ammunition with which to tM
fight disease. Mrs. S. H. Ballantyno,
Dealer, 3S74 Washington Ave. Phone 'H
2155-J. 35

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