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Real Estate j gXWWWWW MWtWMM E ft It ejiOOM pressed brick house, good I barn and other buildings; flowinc I well. 3 acre;, rood fruit or garden I anrj: an ideal plaer for rhirk D , , 0Sp to car and school, Just outside I cjty limits. Will sell on small pay ment down. monthly on balance a K pfr en' interest. Would constdei ft niall home in city as pari payment. 1 pri( ,- onh ? 1 " J. A McCuIloch, I under First Nat'l Bank 3114 HOUSES and lots. ( ..11 2321 Houses and lots fall 2321. 3107 f I HAVE 3.000 feet frontage in city; I -o acres within blocks Wash. Ave. ',, K 7th St Cood rut-up proposil n I for lots. Place will pay 20 per cent I on the investment. Easy terms. lin , mrdini'"' ))n 'n. City water eloc jric lights, good housi-. 13 acr-s In. fuit. balance good for tomatoes and t b'r, l- plcntv ol water. C H- Smith, I :-7s 25th St. Phone 1590-R. 3110 HOI'SE parily finished. Large lot; rl , p for cah 601 'hester. 30831 I GOOD 2 room house. Only $750 on f time. 302 1 2 35th St. 3077 1 FOUR room cottage, three blocks from H car line 'n suburbs. City water in House Electric lights. Lot 50x142 I price 1150 Terms. 300 cash and $15 I per month. O. A. Kennedy. Base ment Utah Natl. Bldg. Phone 913 ' 3072 FOR SALE BY SKEEN REALTY CO. Phone 913, 2255-W. I TWO beautiful red pressed' brick bun fj alows. now under construction, sit usted on car l i n east front on Harri I -on A'' lull basement and modern in ever? respect, best of material and I workmanship being used in these ; I houses If you want a good home it I will pay youto investigate these be- fore they are sold. 2S93 I CHOICE building lot on Fowler Ave., al $27.60 per front loot; all improve- I ments paid E. W. Canuady, 2427 Hudson v 3008 f f P-ROOM house. 1-2 acres land, good wactr right, on car line. 953 21st St. 3017 , OGDEN HOME BUILDERS CO 217 Hudson Bldg. Phone 307 I ur 3157. ti ROOM modern brick, hot water, heat, south part of i own. $4250. Terms. 1 ROOM frame. Lot 100x137. north part of town. $15U0. Terms. 2 -M RES choice garden land on 12th St. Only $1600. Terms. 113 ACRE farm at Milton, Morgan County. New improve ments and machinery, team, 2 cows. Bargain $6500. OGDEN HOME BUILDERS CO. 217 Hudson Bldg. Phone 307 J ur 3167. 2857 7 -ROOM modern brick house, arrang- d lor two families if desired, large sleeping porch. pued street. All spe cials in and paid for. Lot 50x132 teet only one block lroin Library corner. East of Washington Ave. L cash, good terms on balance. $5250 uu J. A. McCuliocb, under First .Natl. Bank. i 1- FRAME 5 room, clothes closet pjuir.i , well shaded with trees, large lot 5o. 14J. $500. 275 Park Ave. Apply .oLf . Wall. 2 71b b-ROOM muciL'in i.Uit, laige lot, Cull cement basement aud I urnace, at i bargain. sOJ- Ph. ll-v . uu . AN elegant lot ou 25th BlreoL Just I uppo6itu tho Sacred iK-art academy rounds, fifty by a hundred and thirty -two let-t, tor ouiy iooo. A great bar gain, J. J. Bi uuimui, 2411 Hudson Ave. 2537 CHICKED ranch, I loom brick, auusc, brick barn, chicken cuup, 5 acres, ituuo Tfimo. jj. ii. 1 ley wood, Rivei dale, Utah. l3to BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. touo.oo, easy teioio. u interested can at Yolker lyumbci .-OUJpu., 237-2410 I fcireeu 16S3 tk SIX HOUSES, from 700 to $15uo S intce. Soi-ll pajmcin. and easy terms. I . L. Hinckley, 131 24th. l hone 16U-J 1 ur ltj,i-J. 21C4 WILL TRADE 100 acr.s ol good land1 in the famous Lost River valley, Idaho, in a high state ol cultivation, all lene- I ed. Has goou water right. Will con eider good modern home iu Ogdun city. Tel. 32J5-W lor appointment. list AN elejant bunch of 100 lots, 25x130 feet to uu alley, well located on the t bench, lor onlj 20 per lot, one tenth I. down and ono tenth each year at j a 7 per cent interest, a good opportunity to niako a lot of money on a amall in - I I .-Uii' ii'. J. J . Bi umiuiu, - .1 i 1! ad V, son Ave-. 2537 A, THIRTY b one hundred and sixty - ! H five feet deep on 2 lib street, just F opposite the Inter-urban terminal de-! 1 1WL This property if sold within Uio! next ten daye can be bought for c,125 ! per front foot. A great .snap; must be! fJlu. J J. Bi jmmiit. Phone 59. 2537 l-'OR SALE A fine building lot on the! bench. Inquire Room 402, 1st National htnk building 27501 - LOTS, 25x147 1-2. Terms. 36th and 1 hlncoln. Inq. 1911 Wall. 2738 ' ROOM modern house. Lot 42x132. (,lose to business ( enter and R. R. on Paved street. All specials paid, 1-4 i ash. terms on balance. $3800. J. A. McCulloch, under First Natl bank. 2937 GOOD 77 acre farm. Plenty of water.; Uose to sugar factory. For particulars seWos Jenkins. 132 Doxey. 2952 FOR SALE OR RENT. ROOMING house 230 21th St. Furnish I 2649 JV owxkk. ysxis: feel on Madison, "etv.een 20th and 21st slreet Ch sp Iyr cash. H. Brummel, Helena Hotel. 294S SEL for bsrgaina H. Van Break, 302 "i Mauy houses on easy installment Wn. reasonable prices. One Modern louse 5 rooms, only $1800.00; nsu) arm land, larma and loana. 266 I ' FOR SALE REAL ESTATE ONE cattle ranch In Idaho Just for h;:lf . hat it is worth. 5-rooni modern brick house, close In. Onh $210000 302 35th St. 2883 J MODERN homes for sale at the right price, best location. Call 209 I W. 2137 ' A GOOD modrrn four room house, well located, clo.so in on the b' neh. only $1800 $400 down, balanco came as pa lug rent. J. J. BrummitL Phone C9. 2537 1 FOR SALE AUTOS . ,m 90 tjrland. never been used. Will sell at a discount, 1 Ford 5pas.; i Oakland 6 5 pass.; 2012 Wash A-Phone- 34. 30S6 BOWERS portable garage. Clean, warm and durable. Madn for any size car. Cost 25 per cent less than other I ulldings. See Swancr, 813 Bccles Bldg. or phone 737. 3094 FORD 5 - passenger car. good condi tion. Bxidki Battery Station, 2359 Hud son. 3078 FORD car, '14 model. ?225. Call 1379-K Sundays and week daya alter 6 p in. 3014 FOItD one-ton truck; Ford touring ful ly quipped light JJuick truck, cheap, ttay Shurtllff, 2150 Washington. Z'JJo FOR SALE 1 Coupelet (like new) equipped with start' t, wire win-els (5) j Spot Light shock absorbers 675.U0 'Call at 2612 Wash. Ave. 2880 5 PASSENGER Saxon car in good! 'condition. Inq. 1941 Wall. 2 137 NOTICE We make a sptcialty oil j Ford work, sell cars uu eOLuu.':snjii, .also are agunls lor the Da ton Luiver- J 'sal Ford starter. Ford Garage, Tweu-Ly-fourtb and Grant Avenue. Phone j- J . 2 1 20 LET us remove the carbon trom our automobile engine and maku your car run like new for $2.uo. Try tho Magic chemical, guaran teed not to injure your car or en gine. Exide Service station, 2359 HuUsou. Phone 179. Geo. AlcDon aid and Adams, demousti aioi s. 2586 ; I WE REPAIR REBORE REBUILD FORDS. 2219 Hudson Ave. 2588 5 PASSENGER Overland car, good condition, cheap. Party leaving town. 235U Eudion Ave. 2454 FRANKLIN Agency and service sta llion. Fine automobile repairing. Bar low Brothers. 423 22nd. 2357 jAUTO lor sale. Call 794. 2532 GUUD used oars for sale. 2012 Wash ington Ave. Phone 34. 2307 j HLPAIOBILE, 1918 model, five-passen-ger touring, party leaving city. Inquire I Ugdcn Storage Battery Station. Phone 1 916. I960 j 630 CHALMERS. Inquire Miv liarpster j at Cheesman Auto Co. 7768 1 ONE 5 passenger automobile. Inquire Cheesman's Auto Shop, toreman. 713 r WANTED Situations , , IM S m 1 11 jm CEMENT work such as cement steps land inside walks, also all kinds of lawn work. Phone 2324 -W. 3058 YOUNG man 19 from Texas wants to work on cattle ranch. 2928 Wall Phon 1414. 3063 SWITCHES made, all sorts of hair work; also scalps treated. Mrs. W.ird rup, 980 Monroe. 3040 FOR light and heavy Livery and dray age, also garden lots icrtilized and plowed, call 611. Red Front Livery, 2547 Grant. 3013 BY experienced bookkeeper and office man. Address "A" care Standard. 2946 TAD rUwIm mm A Okak. Ode T jyju ji ii' ivj uu, 1 num.' OoD-J. 2945 1 CURTAINS laundered, imone 2P85-J. 2026 EXPERIENCED lady bookkeeper and stenogrpaher wishes permanent posi tion. References given. Box 100, care Standard. 2038 ! DRESSMAKING V mmmtimmtmimmm 1 mtmti DRESSMAKING. 2330 Adams 2361 HEMSTITCHING and picot edging b) Mrs. N. C Stephens at Paine & Hurst. 1029 : LADIUS'talloring,2f3o Madison. 1932M 3 10-lyr MONEY to lon. Call 2189-R. 1794 I RALPH P. HUNTER, Established, 1889. Mortgage Luans. Real Estate uiburance, Utah. Idaho lauds, farms, and city property. Persona desiring to j loaxi money on good Hist mortgage security Will do well to conault me. Good applications always on bana. 4 31 2ltb St., Ogden, Utah. 3310 MONEY to lonn on Improved real cs- : tato. Kelly &: Hernck. 778 ' HONE f to lean on rcai egtaio pecur ity. J. J. BrummitL -21-U FOUND BICVCiiE. Owner may have same by describing and paying for this ad. 134 28th street 3054 WANTED Agent 'mmmammmSmmm-'mm'r MWWJ MEN! WOMEN! Earn $50 to $100 weekly selling new (Keepsake) Photo Service Flag with soldier's portrait in star. Write for territory. Photo Ser vice Flag Co., Sciitt Place. Pittsburg, Pa. 98U 1 Read the Classified Ads. J FOR RENT j Furnished NEW furniture ir (i room and ba'l; for sab-. Home faring Lester Park to rent for $30 to pnrtv buying furni ture. P. O. Box S95. 3066 TWO modern furnished housekeeping rooms. 46s 22r.d Si 3031 HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2:1 "3 Monro-. 3009 modern housekeeping apts. 33G list street. 2939 4-ROOM houre. Call 2877-M. 2919 3-ROo.M mod. Apa. Phone 100S-J. 2917 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms 222 23rd St. No children. 2959 NICELY furnished room tor one or two gentlemen. 2671 Wall Ave. 2S29 ACCRUED int. plus mr.rkei prico for liberty ponds paid by J. A. Uoglo & Co 2449 PLAZA APARTMENTS, COMPLETELY furnished for lifnt housekeeping. Elevator, amusement bail, phone, light, beat and gaa. Maid ! tervlcu if desired. Rates $20 to $37.50. 7909 FOR RENT Unfurnished FIVE or -ix rooms, modern. Bv Mav 1st. Phone 1111-R. ' C113 WANTED OLD Dud cages. Phone 302 -J. 3071 Two cigar show cases and cigar wall rase. Also combination gas and COSJ stove. Phone 2650-R 3047 WANTED to buy on terms. 4 or 5 room modern house. Phone 1'6 71 W. 3041 A BODY for strip-down Ford. Phone 49R5. 2949 POWER Fruit Sprayer. Give make, condition and price A. E. Prllchard. Murray, Utah. 2953 y nn.rvrjiNS, an quumu.. .irij nine Russell-James Co. lb9 24th streeL l'honc 136. 2931 W. S. S. BOUGHT, 2438 Vfc Washington 1 Ave., under Postal Telegraph. 3 to 6 j p. m. 04 1 I BUY Liberty bonds. J. J Brummitt, I 2417 Hudson Ave. 2538 ACCRUED int. plus market price for liberty pouds paid by J. A. Hogle &. Co. 2448 11AYE $300 to invests in a good busi ness with my service. Can appiy to any class ol trade or have car that convert to truck with my service. Call Apt. 25, 216S Washington. 8287 5 CENTS A POUND For good, clean, largo rags. Bring em to the Standard, 360 24th St., this week only. WANTED Second Hand office furni ture. Phone b8! or Uoi. 30 caro Stan dard. 1S02 A GOOD used car, Jonnson's Repair ibhop, 2012 Wah. Ave. Phone 34. iTOJ WANTED Cattle, one t 'ad or one carload. Call us and our buyer w"l , como out and price your BtcjL Wes tern Live Stock Com. Co., J. A. Lee Mgr. Phone day 730, nigbi 291S. HI ft0m iirw-"ryyiriy.rxri-inlriiiiin r-i," i- -rvMi-i 1 LST 1 At 1 1 M DILE tire Beiw .-. , 1 son and Ogdeu. Finder please return to 640 22nd St. FOURTH Liberty bond No. 4592170. j Reward 110. Sam Shanolan, Peterson,! Utah. 3057,; LADY'S umbrella with silver handle engraved "Roae.'" Return to 758 26lh! street or phone 829. Reward. 3062 ' ONE gold drop earring on streeL Re- ; ward if returned to Standard office. 3045 PAIR nose glasses- 25th or Washing-! ton. Phone 11. Reward. :H'27 BUNCH of keys on ring and fastner. J Phone 1773. Reward. 2755 1; ONE gray overcoat. Reward. Ret. to 2646 Fowler Ave. 2747 j jFOR SALE OR TRADEj rooming house. 2211 Wash. 290J ONE Ford touring car, body in good ( shape, -uill Bell or trade lor truck bodv. I Call at 2277 Lincoln Ave. 2859, A GOOD lot, 50 feet front, by 135 feet I deep to an alley, well located on tho bench, will trade for B fifty dollar Lib- 1 erty bond. J. J. Brumn itt. Phono 59.; 25361 A GOOD, well improved forty acre farm, near Ogden, to trade or a home in Ogden J. J. Brummitt. Phone 59. 2536 FOR SALE j Poultry and Egga j WE h.ivt- plenty white baby chicks. AsjLeR, Phone 669 -3180-J. 3050 BABY Chicks. J. II. Shatter. 2646 i'IMM'E Wfcu Wyandotte ;ni Buff Orpington eggs', setting. 850-23 St. Ph, 2843-J. 2041 SUOROUGUBRED black Mlnoros eggs for hatching. 639-7th St. Ph. 2049-R. 2023 Th- more you stir up ;i plate of soup the cooler it becomes- an.i you find it the sani" way with some I friend. WANTED 1 L Female Help mmmmmmmmmmi mmmmmmmmmmmm,mm0mammmmm0mmmmmmmmm,mmmtmmimj AT 4H2 Col Hudson Bldg.. a woman to do office work and collecting. 3093 - WANTED GIRL for general house work. Mrs. J. W. Abbott. 2858 Wash ington avenue. 3085 EXPERIENCED chocolate dipper Palace Candy Co. 3074 EXPERIENCED chambermaid wanted I at the Grant Call In person. 3068 'OIRL to assist with housework. 2456 j Madison. 3064 WANTED Women and girls to do color work on cushion tops. Qood pay ! Experience unnecessary. 246S Wash. Room 41. 3038 CAPABLE lady to attend grocery and confectionery store. $50. room and 1 board Address Box 210. Standard. 3025 N TED Woman or girl for house work and cooking. No laundry work, family of two, good wages. Phone 725. 2950 COMPETENT woman for general housoworl. Family of five, no chil dren Experience absolutely necssary. 2547 Jefferson. 928 LADIES to represent the Nu. Bone made-to-measure corset: Training ir. e. Guaranteed Not sold In stores. Pliable Stay, Have a business of your j own Nondes Thornton, Reed hotel. 2873 FIRST CLASS chocolate dipper at Wistaria Steady position at $1! a week. 2802 GOOD cook for family. Good wages. 533 26th St. 2695 EXPERIENCED help In alteration dept. Wrights. Ask for Mrs. Woodruff. 2428 EXPERIENCED seamstress wanted at Mauam C.tpaiau, 3rd floor Wright's. 1685 WOMAN for Kltcncn work at the Vir ginia, 1018 ' GIRLS to sow on overalls. Power ma chines Steady work We pay while j you learn. Apply Scowcroft'a Mfg. DopL 966 WANTED Experienced mangle girls. I u. r. .aunary. xvtv HELP WANTED j Male and Female WANTED stenographer, young man pi. ferred Nons but experienced need apply. Answer in own hand writing Box 65 care Ogden Standard. Refer ences, age, experience. 2912 WANTED 1 Male Help -. l T 1 1 , 1 f PORTER wanted. Grcenwcll Confec tionery. 3108 BOY to work In candy department. Grecnwell Confectionery. 3096 BOOKKEEPER and ca.shier. Good po sition. Permanent employment. Must be qualified and experienced. Write B. A.. Care Standard. 30S8 WANTED Boy with bicvele All day work. Stickney Cigar Co., 2130 Hud son. 3069 YOUNG man as helper. Good wages. Fred Harvey's Lunch Room, basement Howell bldg. 2938 WANTED first class male stenogra pher. Jno. Scowcroft A: Sons Co. I 2929 EXPERIENCED porter wanted. Broom Hotel. 918 BELL boy wanted. Healy Ho'ol. 2893 WANTED: Salesman Idaho territory tor wholesale house, headquarters Po catello. Send application Box 742 Hi; den. 2877 AN auto top man. Apply 2012 Wash. Ave. , 2489 BEFORE selling Liberty bonds get I . mm o nin prices irom j. A. nogie o. -iw Concrete Ornamental Works CEMETERY concrete ornamentnl works, plain and rope top coping, not a heap roping but a Rood roping cheap. 20th and Douglas and 20th and Jeffer son Phono 262S-W. Jos. W Wheel 1 wright. 2910; WANTED Miscellaneous vwoaw. MWWWWMMM W w L1B1 Rl 1 bonds bought, j. J. Brum mitt Phone 69. 2539 CLEAN RAGS wanted at Uie Stan dard office. SETTING hens. Call 1416 J. 1496 I WILL pay cash for a used Ford car. J. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hudson Avenue. 2640 I WANTED To Rent - - - 1 1 YOUNG gentleman with business firm desires furnished room close to bus Inese district. Box 387 Care Standard.; 3oau 5 OR 6 ROOM house. Phone 1526. H. I A. Beauverd, Forest Service 2882 , I WANT to rent or lease 20 to 40 acre j farm. Must be In good condition. Ad-: dress Box 125 this japer or call 117 Poplar Ave., Ogden. 2831 WANTED A 3 or 4 room modern house furnished. Phono 2317. 767 UNFURNISHED 3 room house, phone 2167-W. 3049 FOR RENT Miscellaneous see Poster for pasturt . En.-,t t ii st. 3095 Read 'he Classified Ada. FOR SALE Miscellaneous WWWMtltfg)ggiJEgE)gMlll MONARCH range and gas corabinn tion. In good condition. Call at 653 27th St. 3109 6x9 RFC silt bed and springs. Ph. 837-J. 3117 GENUINE Hawaiian Eukulele. with CS s; $10 00. Ph. 3200. 811- GROCERIES best quality, Rood pnr. free delivery. L. L. Bogue, Casta Gro cery. 1644 Wash. Ave. Phone 114 ELECTRIC washer, perfect condt tion. Call tel. 1800. 3087, BEST ever well matched ligttt team of young work horses. High class for light draft or delivery $95. W. B. We dell. 3089 54 inch tube plat with bicycle mold.! I For sals 01 trade. What have von ' 2569 Lincoln Ave. 3092 (REFRIGERATOR bargain Large ice j hox for sale at a bargain Size BzlQ licet. Phone 540 3091 8 MONTHS old Shepherd and Coliio idog. Phone 2046 I 3076 I THOROUGHBRED Chester white pig With six thoroughbred oung 831 30th. 33061 RABBITS. FlemlSt Grant, New Zea land Red and Belgian Best lock. Mod el Rabbltery, 2250 Monroe. 3067 NEW furniture for l room and bath 1 for sale. House facing Lester Park to rent for $30 to party buying furniture. I P. O. Box 395 3065 WICKER baby buggy, cheap. Call No j 46 Argyle Apis 3048 I A FEW good Shetland mares with foal. Must all be sold within noxt 16 days. J. T Hale. 1731 Wash 3030 ! 200 BUSHELS of People's potatoes. (Good for seed. Also some Rurals com ling from Idaho. Phone 24J4. 0023 GO-CART, 4 wheel, collapsible, good condition. 2567 Orchard. '"-1 A-i DURHAM milk cow, with second 'calf. 1915 Grant. 3007 WILL sell Fargo stock at ; 1 .25. Call j or phone Security State Bank. 3015 HAL slat, iinrarv coucn, toiding bed, gas oven, looking glass. 429 Her Irlck. 2841 SHEEP, young lambs and bucks, reas onable price. 724 -W. 20th St. Phone , 105 -W. Call between 6 a. m. to 4 pm. 2925 j WRITING desk and book case com bined, library chair, hall rack. 853-27th St. Phone 1 131-W. 2906 I THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock 1 and Duck eggs for hatching. Phone 2064-W. 8861 GOOD horse at oG53 Adams. 690 , SEED potatoes, Irish Cobblers. Phone 13-R-4. 2661 COWS for sale. 302 25 2663 ! W. S. S. BOUGHT, 2438 Washington j Ave., under Postal Telegraph, 3 to 6 p. m. 2643 1 HIGH grade line of paints and brushes j I for sale at cost. 1600 Wash. Phono 686-J. 2t'l ;FOUR piece solid mahogany, uphd Btered parlor suit at a bargain. 2u20! Wash. Ave. 2624 SECOND-HAND goods bought, sc-ld land exchanged. I800 Washington Ave. Phone 6S6-J. 262 i 5 CHOICE high brade young Jersey' cows. I fresh. Phone 15J3 20S1 J. A. HOGLE : CO. pay highest prices' in Ogdeu for Liberty bouds. 2450 FOR SALE ELEVATORS. E lurnish and install high grade electric or band elevators, an;, c.ipac I ity. Write Win. Watrous, 249 Edison I St., Salt Lake ClV. We buy nd hand I one3. 2366 1 , ' GOOD maiidollu banjo. Phone 1306 i I alter 7 p. m. 2220 L'N CABLED for suits, tailor made, big reduction. Gordon's, 211-25 25th SU Phone 419. - BIG SALE on canaries, come hear them tiing. 2220 LincoLu. 1990 SOME good Jersey covvu. tHJ2-35th St. 1757 THREE good milk cowa. Pbone 730. 1472 MINES 40 claims; near railroad. Das Cabesas celebrated, rich Gold Ridge. Value reaches Millions; largo amount, good record, famous for years, Gold, bder in large proportions, ii. P. Box 41, Wtllcox, Arii. 1439 6 SACKS wood for $1.00. Phono b23. Wheelwright Wood -ard, 1417 FURNISH APT. HOUSE DOING big business might consider Leasing to experienced auu responsible party. H. M. Barrows Co., 24bi sh. Ave. 1369 WE buy, sell, rent or exchango pia 1 nos. See our "Pallie" phonogiapha, play all recoxds. Pautoue, 29ih Hud- son. 1073 NEW Remington etai-dTd No. 10, 14- ! inch carriage. Call 3100. 768 GROCERIES in retail quantities at j wholesale price. Ogden a Groceteria, 181 24th SL 684J; THRE'. good milch cows. Phono 730. 1477 WAJNTTED I Board and Room I. '.-JI.-.'A' . ' . - - 1- - -- -- - MOTHER wants a good Christian home that will board a 11 year-old boy with good habits. Address Mr-. Leora Kotsos, Castle Rock, Utah. 3032 THE AWAKENING. ' 1 paint what 1 see." an art student once said to hi uiasTer, compla cently Well, the shock will come when you really see what u vo painted,' said the artist. 00 BETWEEN THE ACTS- "That scene was so strong It took my breath away." 'Dear me It did not strike me it ris thai much stronger than your 1 l'rHth," Bank Statement 1 I Report Made to the Bank Commissioner of the State of Utah, of the Condition of THE OGDEN STATE BANK , Located ;t Ogden, in the County of Weber. State of Utah, at the close of bu?l noss on the 3rd day ot April, 101 u RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $1,901. 556 . 27 W S S. and revenue stamps 38S.53 - Overdrafts unsecured ... 7,737.72 it-fl Stocks and other bonds , 130,630.00 Other real estate 8,766. 0 If Banking house, turniture and fixtures 6640 37 U. S. certllfcates of indebtedness 425,000.00 Hlsi V. S and other marketable bonds 455.050.00 Due from national bank? 716,917.01 Due rrom state banks and bankers 51,804 0 Exchanges lor clearing house 4y.050.32 Checks and casb items 2,991.14 !yB I Gold coin 74,435 00 ftB Silver coin 14,928.50 Iw. S. S and revenue stamps 388.59 '1 I Total cash resources 51.806,942. 6d h4s! Tntal $3,922,452 03 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in .. 100,000.00 49b I Surplus fund 200,000.00 91 I Undirided-profits, Interest, exchange, etc., less ex penses and taxes paid 30,265.82 i 31 j Dividends unpaid - 200. on 1 11 Due to national banks $ 41,626.14 lH )Due to state banks and bankers 39-1,-180.26 !jsI j Individual deposits 1,888,711.32 ftH Demand certificates of deposit 11,827. 7o ltBl I Certified checks .... , 12U.00 91 J Letters of credit 2, 822. lit) is 'Cashier's checks 2L950.2t 11 .Savings (feposiLs 1,328.316.66 Wl U. S. postal savings 5,431.94 Total deposits $3,591,986 . 21 Total $3,922,452.03 STATE OP' UTAH. COUNTY OF WEBER. A. P. Bigeiow. boing first duly sworn according o law deposes and sav ;that he is cashier of the above named bank; that the above and foregoinc n port contains a full true and correct staVenient ol the condition of the said bank at the close of bnslhesfl oo the 3rd da;, of April, 19-19. A P. BIGELOW. Cashier. H Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th dav of April, 1919. M. B. R IN, Notai y l'ublic. Ms'ja) My commission expires 16th day of April. 1922. Correct Attest: WiWm H. C. BIGELOW, H. M. ROWE. J. N. SPARGO. J. If, BROWNING, Directors STATE OF I TAIL OfflC( of Bank "ommissioner. I W. E Evans, bank commissioner of the State of Utah, do hereby certify that, the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of the statement of the nbo named company, filed in my office this 16th day ol April 1919 J W. E EVANS, Bank Commissioner. Protest Against Policy as to the Purchasing Fuel CHICAGO, April 16 John L Lewis, acting president of the United Mine Workers i.r America at a conference today with W. D. Hms, director gen eral of railroads, renewed his protest against the government's policy in pur chasing fuel for the transportation lines. Mr. Lewis declared that the govern ment recently had departed from its war policy in railroad purchases of fuel by buying at prices as low as to jeopardize the present wage scale of the miners and to make it difficult for the workers to obtain high wages in the new agreement to be formulat ed after peace is officially declared. He said that the government's pres ent policy had resulted in idleness and suffering among miners in Ohio, Ala bama and other states Director General Hines promised to consider the complaint and endeavor to formulate a policy which would be fair to all interests involved. UU ' Council of Ten Holds a Meeting PARIS. April 16 (By The Associat ed Press.) The council of ten met after the meeting of the delegates of the eighteen powers and considered the proceedure to be adopted at v. t Bailies and also a number of collateral phases of the peace treat that had been referred to the foreign ministers The council was hold at the foreign I office on the call of the council of four. President Wilson was in attend ance The foreign ministers report' i that various articles for the treaty had been put into the hands of the drafting committee. Tho remaining articles are to be disposed of tomorrow. Two questions, one involving a slight addition to the military terms, and another concerning the payment of allied soldiers in the occupied ter ritory were offered to the supreme war COUn '1 Chicago Federation Considers the I Mooney Question jfl CHICAGO, April 17 The Chicago Federation of Labor has called B con ference to be held here next Saturday ilfl to prepare for carrying out tho pro- tflfl gram agreed upon at the National jjll Mooney Labor Conference held In Isl Chicago last January to obtain either H a new trial or freedom for Thomas Mooney and Warren K. Billings, now lm serving life sentences in a California 9I prison for participation in the San Francisco Preparedness Day bomb out- The program adopted at the January congress was to appeal to President Wilson for relief and if this is unsuc- juM cessful to call a nation-wide strike of labor July 4. Sifl The International Workers' Defense league reports that of the unions vot ing on the strike- referendum 95 per cent of the member.ship have appro -led the program. Delegates from mid dle west cities will attend the con ference here Saturday. jfefl oo IB ELKS SELECT A SITE FOR $400,000 HOME SALT LAKE, April 17. A M055ob home is to be erected by Salt Lake I lodge No. 85. B. P. O. E., on the old Parnsworth-Jennlngs property just east of the Bransford apartment? Such was the authorization granted If1 the trustees at a meeting of the lodge jc. in (he club rooms last njghL t Arrangements for the purchase of the site, which has a frontage of 185 feet on South Temple street and ex tends through the block, with 165 feet ion First avenue, have been completed 'and the deal will be closed tomorrow. Tht committee haying the work in charge consists of S. C Sherill. chali- 3 jj man; E, Hugh Miller, John Dern, L W. Keiiv. o W. Shores, James Dovine. C A. C. Norell. J. J. Grady, Roy Hall, C C. Bakes. M . M. Warner. Jr . W. J O'Connor. Ross Evans, C. c. Christen (sen and J. Edward Swift.. j on in The young lady across the wT . the end seldom if ever, justifies the meanness. JljM W- W w '