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2 HE OGDEN STANDARD: OGPEN, UTAH, MONDAY. APRIL M. 1919. ) WHERE 1 VOTE Hi WEDNESDAY F0!l SCHOOL BONOS ! Thr otins places in the fi- warfia for the scbool bond Issue for tho Og den schools next Wcdnrsda an- Hi KT Firsl ward. territory west of Wash.- SIBr inston avenue and south 01 Twetitj , fifth street, will vote at ih- Washing fr i ion school. hM Second ward, territory west of H Washington avenue, north of Twenty "fl' filth .-M.- i. to 'mlc n i iv r. w ill jH t h i ( '.rant sc hool. ;; Third ward, territory north of Og- j i den river, will vote at Mount Fori I school Fourth ward, territory south of Og ! lon rivr to Twenty fifth streel and 'rt-i of W.':.-hmgton avnnu will otj at the Central Junior high Jfln, Fifth ward, territory south of Ttven- jj ty-iifth streel and eael of Washington a avenue, will vole at the Lewis school. Thl6 election will decide whether I ' Ogdcn will furnish the Hehool build-' I hi logs necessary to take care of the 1200 : Jf' children of the Ogden schools. "jL The state board of health and the ' ; slnte architect have both condemned ' ' the present junior Central and Wash ington schools and have forbidden me school hoard to continue sessions in h- m hnol building.-. n- i . 1 ,i t ; r.' ' ondi' i.-u. Ji; The children must be taken care of. IF There are now 550 children in the 1 ""ontral Junior high school and 500 in the Washington school. Every taxpay JB -i i-lll say there ill ! pro-, siun made to house these childre n in somy ikitt "OI 1 01 n !JCllo' hu'lding. To do this j if"r! the board of education must be pro-! ' vided with the necessary funds. K1 At the present time the Madison, rW Lewi? and Pincree schools are over- vB erowded and must be relieved by new fv rooms. In two buildings the First' ; H rrades number over 70 In each room. I fn tl is impossible to do educational work i lir that is worth while with this number, H to say nothing about the Wm possibility of caring for the health of jB children undr suri undifn ns fllf; Fifteen basement rooms are now be- 'HH ing used as grade class rooms. Theso j 5jf rooms arc most of them dark, with i Lv very unsanitary means of ventilation.1 The Five Points school is crowded, iJm and the children are obliged to uso tho I mm old fashioned, unsanitary, outdoor toi- j !fiif lets. Money must be provided lo build IW modern. ?aniar tuil. i- for this build- o Ing, and also to put in new floors in ' most of the rooms. f Every dollar asked for will be used 1, for improvements that are absolutely . JE necessary for the protection of the Mr health and life, as well as for tho edu- ff,1 cational advancement of the children f of Ogdcn. The best building program r will be very carefully studied so as to n provide the proper buildings r.nd im- I provemcnts for the future prosrees .flt of the city. W The Ogden elearlng house will cMl ! nW the bonds. By formal action of ihe board of education the sale of tha bonds has be u turned over to the ' gden clearing house which has for- ' mally decided to sell only tho nctual B amount of bonds needed for each year ; i4j as the Improvements are made cad ' HI must be paid for. The bonds will b'. M. sold only In case they bring an exec! .f lent price. The bonds arc paid for In Ml -0 years, hence the added tax for ouch .jl! J oar is very small. An' citizen may visit the two old H s' hools :hat must be repluo I nnd nlo V)1 the buildings where repairs bxs nocc i :JjV essary, such as need now floors uml i I modern toilets, and satisfy thowsclvpn us lo the absoluto needs of Lbfl c tl r These visits have been made by nu- aj merous clubs end lndlviduol taxpayi rs. They have all been unanlmj.- tj report thnt the buildings musi be re- H Placed and improvements mrde. They all report that present conditions can not be tolerated. irwrs oo Call on J. J. Brummitt at 2417 Hudson avenue, if you I want to sell your Liberty H bonds. Phone 59. i The OnPrice Idea I A Winner With Tires I Says Manager Sith h'J It i sid by Manage K'irby tmPh IBl af the Utah tire Repair sopti? that II' 'ho policy of charging mm rl' ti 1 ' rn. -njr.--l tl l'ko tho idea and it Ymr-to, ,vs-iSr.e ,:) -ll around, and eonfldw -n x -r.-v pany is the thing mow desired- vn sll business affairs. It is tlw vxly r-ir way for a dealer to sell w-.-mil counts, fair pric; and h.?' v-. fcl' rnrnn more and btr-y v,, .Smith says: lkf "The purchaser is ATw. MfliffTdd Silt 'f hfJ kno"" hr' is C't.T.J OH I ' pt 1 Mblf- prie-e. but ,f ho thteflhe r7 cue n Alse is getting a betrr than he ean get h le dtsatlefle4 ot 1 an asset to your busin' 9 B ( r:r announcement of last rcntv tto have H sold a carload of Diaatfftdfi, llid rigbi . today we are selling tirs that wi j V made in April, Mr ftttrtlmte tbtl re- 1 raarkable buslnes sto our fair listed JpljF poller nihlP7 but ihr oemplatfl con- I Odenee of our pr.ironn cuild ciauk.. such a remaiknblo Inoroprr lr ,-,.! rr, j I sales Imrlnq tlir nw.n,t, ,vr ,. , sold hundreds of Urts 1 northern 1'tah, Idaho, Wyoming nnd Natada i wen bs In ("igden and Weber eout n We are now dolna- over n"- e.n' mJ the retail tire buKlnci ,,' I'qrj.,,,, :.,M we expect to materially Inct-eas It ibis I IH . month. We ore In the 1 1 r . bualbOfl Mil excluslvply, and havo r."tf'trM-) ,v ner-lce and Khop to auch an extent 'hat W can handlr eareMlv nlmo any amount of business. w Invite. fhf j public to visit our snlr-sroom and m vstlj:ate our clnlroi for tbp TM!7r,07),l I tire. We will also v.-fOrnn'.. 'rsnrtion 1 HLVI of our ,argr modern r'p1' -hnp. n her. ' ) w do vulcanialnr. r'.-rrinT and re j IjK Irading of tbe flneet nua!iv." 1 J. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hud- ' j on avenue, pays highest : f oncea for Liberty bonds. Ogden City Official Voting Places and Map of Voting Districts in Ogden City for Special Bond Election, Wednesday, April 16, 1919 j S g t 7 c 7- 2 I M 7 T i si o I j- 1 1 " , ?tt T T R C j T J I I k pi . - 1 2 3 T R r T k 3A 3tr ' j 27 ; ! - . 18 3 S 30 j I I I v !3 zz.tr. 34 33 32 31 0 I ) i 16 5J S S W:l 1 I 1 1 Vl j 2 3 TR. - Z 3 IS. 5 T & LET '( m ZZS 33 j 36 37 38 39 J 40 .41 I 1 1 14 1 oUOlJ LJrL I 1 h I M w 4847 46 s 45 44 43 42 V - r JTffgCr V B U ? Of f 1 C lAL ' I I i nrixn i Si s precinct map j I 4 " 5 6 v t CITY OF OGDEN J MJr-rk 1 AEBER COUNTY rni i oato. tah I ' .K v o'oAfttty eehfy fhatfhtjmap way 1 1 . M 6 Sootof County Ccvnmjjonerj Y - 5 y of&Je6Cov'y. on Ma eSOS J jf V y ofMtwr l9S f) f $ 7 foxefo set H, ii s ''xx hone and Jj 3 2 I A I ytvK 1 1 ' Wc 6 ex County (ILJc ouNTfJ on Mrs lilcay LI UULfl 1 I DISTRICT lyOCATION NAMF; 1st 31ol WkehiBCton tcuuc; Mrs D. L. Peterson. 2nd 261 HcJy Avcnnc; Mrs. Edith Bnrch. 3rd 327U Wall Atciiiic; W. ( . A right. 4th 102 West 30th Street, Diantha WUbon. 5th 161 28th Street: Sarah S GledhUL etb 203 30th Strvt; MhtIoii Jk harrlt. 7th 335 Brown's Conn Rarhfl Brown. Sth Lobby of City Hall. lUh 203 Grant Awnur, Lllcn Ste-Tens. j 10th 120 20th Street; Grace 1 rancls. I lib 2731 Wall oniir-, Mary 1-;. Joncv. 12th West Opden; Bapti?l MKslnn. i"th 2171 Reevca Avenue; simh s. S miry:. 14th 178 25th Street, Nellie Major. 15lJa 355 23rd Street; Vulieta Porter IBlh 228 Lincoln Avenue; Davit W. iSvauf. 17th 211 21st Street; Elizabeth Tracx 18th 283 20th Street; Annie Shun llrr. I 10th 341 18th MJ-eet; Joseph liar-hnrtfrOiy. 20th 3(8 1 7f li StriH-l; Krika Sodcr Ix r- 21st 901 f.mnt xrntir. Ann E. Sherman 22nd 28.T l;rnillr Road, hH- llna Uarrop. 23rd 44-1 Washington Aenne; Will Harrop. Htb ir.c I3(h Street; Minnie st melr. 26th loi., I arloy Avenue; llfrelda G. Farley. 26tli 762 Canyon Koad; Mrs! Ray Stone, 27th tjtftQ VfaabJjDfftttn Aenuc: 1 ill ha r d A.. X orxls. 28th 2009 Douclass Arrnuc; Mr. E. A. Baxter. 29th 812 21st Streel; Rate Van Dyke 30th 2249 Enrilon Arenne; Gra e Jones. 3 1st 884 23rd Street; Fhlelia Tror Ucht. 32nd 2233 Madison Aienne, W. J. M-yers. SSrd 2158 Adams Arcntie; Franci I Uuss. 3-1 th 2106 Wa-shinffton Atenuc; .ora Wlntle. 33 Jl Court Honse Build in. 36th .Ml 24th Street; Mrt. K. h. 3 7th 2355 Madison ATenne: Aaron I .F.' kson. 38lh 748 24th Street; Charlotte Tillotaon. 39th 8"S 24 th Street: Marj .J. 40tli 930 24th Street; Mrs. John Whoelwrlf hi. 41st 1132 24th Strt-t; Joseph J Harrison Store. j 42nd 2530 Van Buren Avenue; ' Sarah G(ttlni. 43rd 12th Ward Amusement Hall. 44th 225 Qulnry Aienue, Mei-rllel Stevens. 45tli 254 Madison Aeuue, Emnia 10th 631 26th Street; Anna Mo r ham. 47th 536 27th Street; Annie C. Allen. 48th 2566 Wasltlnfflon .rule; Chcesmnji Garage. 4th 2945 Adams Avenue; MT , Kershaw. 50th 56 29th Streel; Hazel Pace 51st 2740 Jefferson Avenue; I M " beih LxKkhcod. 52nd2748 Williams Avenue; Mr Julia Petty. mm 53rd 3i24 Adams Aienue: HaltiC JackMtn. 54th 4CU 34Ui lreet; Zj.Lir A.