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White Hose Win Uphill Contest From New York AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB STANDING I W. L. Pet. I Chicago S6 j6 6C2 nevcland 52 .603 I petroi i 75 57 sv.o Vxk 'i 08 560 ci Loin2 64 fiS 1S" Ii(oc-nn 61 66 10 I I Washington 52 60 .39 1 I I Philadelphia 34 '-'1 .260 Yesterday's Results. New York Now York 6, Chicago I I At Washington a shlngton 1-:'. St. i Louis I yu Philadelphia -Cleveland 4, Phil I adelphia 1 At Boston Detroit 8, Boston 2 yEW YORK, Sept. 19 New YrrL I I defeated Chicago yesterday, 6 to 4, in I I the last game between these clubs Ibis vear Ma: or was knocked out of ;iie box in the fourth when the Yan I IcfPS scored six runs on six hits, two I bases on balls and an error. I I Score: R H. K. I (blcago 200 001 0104 J 1 I I New York 000 600 OOx 6 13 3 nattiTir Mair, Lowdermllk, V il kinson and Fehalk; Mays and Ruel SENATORS WIN. WASHINGTON, Sept 19. Washine f toD made a clean sweep of the secies with St. Louis by taking both endo of ( ; double header yesterday, 12 to 3. I and 7 to 0 Ellerbe's work at hat and afield was the feature of both games Score (first game): R. H. E. I st. Louis 000 300 000 3 1" 2 Waehlnrton . 1"J ".'',. 10a 12 14 1 Batteries Sothoron, Yangllder and I Collins; Schact and Garrlty. Score (second game) R. H. E I St- Louis 00 0 000 -0 7 :! Wt Washington . .. 001 050 lOx 7 10 I Batteries Gallia and Billings; I Courtnay and Agnew INDIANS 4, ATHLETICS 1. PHILADELPHIA. Sept 19. EckTt j I a local :-rmi-profes.-iona pitcher,' aade his d"but with Philadelphia ye I urday and was beaten by Cleveland J 4 to 1. Uhle held the Athletics to I v. o j hits in sever, innincs, bui a base on t balls and Smith's fumble of Ecker! - rlngle threatened to tie the score in' I the eighth Bagby went lo the rescue ' f zni checked the locals. Score: R. H. E. ' Cleveland loo oun mo- t t; f Philadelphia . . . 000 000 0101 I 1 Batteries: Uhle, Bagby and I ; Thomas Eckert and Perkins. TIGERS 3. RED SOX 2 BOSTON, s.pi 19. -Detroit hit Jones and McGraw hard esterday and ' easily defeated Boston, 8 to 2, in their final game of the season. Lrrakc start- ed for Deiroit, hut was taken out afti 1 ' racing Hooper and Vitt and giving I Latnar two balls. Avers replaced Ermke and held Boston lo five hi a Score: R. H K Detroit 200 211 110 S 15 1 j i Bofton "02 000 0002 5 2 Batteries Ermke, Avers and A n fmith, S. Jones, McGraw, human and! Schang. Eller Twirls in Championship Style I Against Brooklyn NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB STANDING W. L. Pet. Cincinnati 93 41 6't: New York 80 50 .616 i Chicago 70 6" ' Pittsburc 7" 64 .523 Brooklyn 64 C8 481 Boston 54 76 .415 i St. Louis 49 SI H77 Philadelphia 4.i 84 349 Yesterday's Results. At Pittsburg - Pittsburg 7, N w York 0. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 2, Bronk ! l.vn 0. No other games scheduled CINCINNATI. O . Sept 19 The new champions of the National league won , from Brooklyn yesterday, 2 to 0. It as a pitchers' battle between Ellcr , and Cadore in which the former had only slightly the better of it. The Reds scored their two runs in the : seventh inninc on huncan's double. Kopf's single and stolen ha.e, a wild throw by Knieger and an i n i iold hit y Neale. Johnston had a big da at the bat with a single, a double and a . triple. It. was Heine Gron day and the op 'aln of the Cincinnati club was pe- : rented with a hall clock, a silver bowl from his bowline team a wrist watch rd a diamond stick pin Schrelh r recruir, refused to put on a uniform , because he was not allotted a full share of the world.- series rerj ' At a meeiniR 0f the Cincinnati oh- yesterday. It was voted that i a'ry tnan nn the team should receive a full fiharo except Duncan, Schreiber and Bee, who have been with the team only about a month These three were oted half a share each I Score R. ii Bj Brooklyn 000 000 0i)0 -0 7 g ' Cincinnati 00o 000 20x 2 r. 0 ' Batteries: Cadore and Krueg'r; i tiler and Wingo III M I t l3 has moved to 432 Twenty-fifth tti-eet, ' REDS HAVE GLOVE AND PRAYER AND SOMETHING ELSE Sometimes they say all a pitcher has is a glov and a prayer. The Cincinnati team has the. glove nn the prayer and a lot of baseball ability. The prayer was written by Rev. Frederick McMllhn pastor of the Walnut Hills Presbyterian Church of Cincinnati. He not only pravs for tho Reds' sue cess, but he asks 'hat all fans in the city offer up his prayer for the success of Moran McMIUIn 25 years ago played third on the Unirersily of Wooster team. Today he works out with the Reds in morn ing practice He recently returned from overseas work. PIRATES 7. GIANTS 0. PITTSBURG. Sept. 19 Adams held New York to three hits yesterday, The Pirates easily winning 7 to 0. He truck out Barnes. Burns and Kaufi ;n succession Id the third inninc. The ocal hit Barnes hard, especially in the econd and fifth Snover, a recrui:, ook Baroes" place in the seventh. Score: R. H. E Vew York 000 000 0000 3 2 Pittsburg 030 030 Olx 7 11 1 Batteries Barnes. Snover and 3mlth, Gonzales; Adam and Black-ivell. Vernon Tigers Finally Defeat Salt Lake Bees COAST LEAGUE CLUB STANDING W. L. Pet. Los Angeles 98 65 .603 Vernon . .97 C6 .596 Salt Lake 83 70 5 I i Sacramento ...77 76 ,504 San FranclSCO 79 82 4'i1 Oakland 75 88 160 Portland 67 9" 4 26 Seattle 58 97 .374 Yesterday's Results. At Los Angeles Los Angeles 7, San Francisco 1. At Pori land Portland 4, Settle I. At ( )akland -Sacramento 5, Oak land 0. At Salt Lake Vernon 7. Salt Lake I SALT LAKE CITY, T'tah. Sept 19 Vernon trimmed the locals here j -terday in the third game of the pres ent series by a score of 7 to 4 Fin reran on the slab for ihe invaders held the locals scoreless for the first six innings, while Dale and Biarkle Were hit hard. Fast play was impossible as the rain had made the field almost a sea of mud. The score. VERNON AB. R. H O. A E J Mitchell, ss 5 1 1 2 3 0 ("hadbourne, cf .... 6 0 1 3 0 0 Meusel, 3b 5 2 3 3 3 0 Porton. lb 4 1 1 8 2 0 Eddington, rf 3 0 1 4 1 0 High, If 4 1 1 4 1 0 Fisher, 2b 4 2 2 1 4 0 Brooks, c I 0 3 1 0 0 Flnnoran, p 5 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 40 7 14 27 1 1 0 SALT LAKE AB. R. H. O. A. E Maggert, cf 1 0 2 4 0 0 Johnson, ss 4 1 1 0 5 1 Sheely, lb 4 o o 9 l o Kumler. rf 1 0 1 2 0 0 Smith, rf 3 113 0 0 Mulligan. 3b 4 0 2 1 0 0 Mulvey, If 3 1 1 0 0 1 Byler. c 4 0 0 6 2 0 Dale, p 1 0 1 0 0 0 Markle. p 2 0 0 0 0 0 Spencer 1 0 0 o u i Totals 36 1 12 27 11 3 Spencer batted for Markle in ninth Score by Innings Vernon Runs HI 040 000 7 Hits 121 250 021-14 Salt Lake Runs 000 000 220 4 Hits 022 001 24112 Summary. Home runs Mm 1 Mulvey. Two-base hits Chadbourne, Fisher, Eddington, Meusel, Kr: SiriKk out By Dale 2, by Markle off Finneran 2 HH with pitched ball -Brooks by Markle. Seven runs, l' Get your bananas and other fruit at Washington Fruit Store. We sell the most fruit, and the best. Confectionery and groceries. Prompt service at any time. Open all the time. Come in and get acquainted. 2319 Washington Avenuj I hits off Dale, 22 at bat in ! 1-J in- j nings; out in fifth, 2 on, 1 out. Runs responsible for Dale ', Finneran 4. ! Charge defeat to Dale. Passed ball Byler Sacrifice fly J. Mitchell. First base on errors Vernou 2. Left on bases Vernon 13, Salt Lake 7. Dou ble plays Sheely to Bvler lo Sheely, fohnson to Krug lo Sheely; Fisher to: Rortnn to J. Mitchell. Umpires Guthrie and Finney Time 1; 47 COYOTES 5. OAKS 0 OAKLAND. Sept 18 R. H. E Sacramento 5 il 0 Oakland 0 6 i Batteries: Plercy and Cady; Palk cnberg and Elliott ANGELS 7. SEALS 1. LOS ANGELES, SepL 18 R H. E I San Francisco 1 8 2 ! Los Angeles 7 11 2 Batteries: Couch, Lundberg and Mc iKee; Aldridge and Boles I BEAVERS 6. RAINIERS 1. PORTLAND, Sept. 18 R H. E.j Seattle 1 5 1! Portland 6 15 2 I Old Cincie Player Invited to Attend World Series Tilts CINCINNATI. O.. Sept. 19 Cal Mc Vey, now in San Leandro, Cal. the old j rightfielder of the 1869 Cincinnati1 Reds, has been invited through a resoJ Mution of the chamber of commerc i- attend the world's series here as the guest of the (harubt-r and all expens ' paiii The only other living member! i)f the team of that year is George I I Wright, a wealthy Boston business1 man who has accepted an invitation to attend the games here. The Reds of: 1869 did not lose a game during the' , entire series. oo Bigamous Marriages Causing Concern In Great Britain i LONDON, Aur. 20 (Correspondence t the Associated Presn.) Increase in blpu- j mous marrlas;s throughout the United i Kingdom, much more pronounced slnci? . the end of the war. In causing gTave con cern, and there le a growing disposition to ' treat bigamy as a venial offense. Sir Bernard Mallet, the registrar gen- ! 1 eral, la credited with the statement that lingli-'h marriage laws afford le.ws secur- I Ity against bigamy than the laws of al- i j most any other civilized state. His do- parlmr-nt lias prepared proposals for thefr 'amendment, but nothing has been done to ; 'carry them into effect. A new act of! Parliament Is necessary, and Sir Bernard suggests as a preliminary that some plen I tie oul lined by which accurate information J concerning the principal in a proposed marriage may be obtained by the conipe- j lent authorities before the ceremony can be perform' .) For marriage by license in England 't Is required that both panic make solemn 1 declaration that they know of no Imped llment to their union that they have r.'-I i rlded for 13 days In the district, and. If I they ore minors, the consent of guardian or parents has been obtainfri But no: .solemn declaration is required for such, j material particulars are name, condition j las to marriage, age ranl and residence , oo WORLD'S ALTITUDE RECORD MINEOLA, N- Y., Sept. 18. A new I world's altitude record io believed to' 'have been made here today when Ro land Rohlfs, test pilot for the Curtlss: I Aeroplane company, soared 34,610. feet above sea level, according to the oflicial barograph, iu Beventy-eJgbt minutes. As Roosevelt Field, his; starting point, is 110 feet abovt sea level Rohlfs actually climbed 84,500 I feel, according to the barograpH. His aluineter registered 31,100 feet, AMERICAN NAVY HAS TREMENDOUS TASK AT SEA LONDON Aug. 20 (Correspondence of the Associated Press ) The American navy Is having a tremendous task in sweeping the North Sea of the 56,Onfl electrical and highly sensitive mines they planted there Explosion by electricity is the method now employed. Some were sunk very deep as deep as a submarine could go. Each mine was fitted with antenna auapended by floats so that the huge Meld was not only charge with mines, but had also become a mass of sensitive feelers to explode them. Sshould a sub marine come In contact with on antenna mine at a short distance away at the nd of 'he antennae would explode The problem has been to explode the mines far enough away from the sweeper to ensure safety and also to forestall ihe danger of the explosion of a mine at a safe distance causing another close to the ship "going off." The vessels In sweeping use special electric cables several hundred yards long. Operation of a system of electric appliances prevents the mines from ex ploding1 If the ship strikes an antennae, but when the electric wire touches the, antennae it blows the mines up at a safA distance from the boat Hundreds aro being destroyed by this method Aside from the danger and tedlousn-vs of the task, bad weather is added to the hardships of the Amer'ean sailors. About 75 vessels arc employed, the ma jority of them American. Sub chasers help by rounding up drifting mines thai have broken from their moorings and sinking or exploding the mine b firing a shot at It. I buy Liberty bonds at highest price. If you have bonds for sale see me. J. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hudson ave nue. Phone 59. . Rippling Rhymes By WALT MASON. V . I - " CLOSE TO EARTH. I never yet have ridden in airplane or balloon, although I've oft been bid den to board ono and go akiddln' around ih smiling moon. In motor carl I've gadded, but I'm not keen to fly; unUl the earth Is padded, wilh el v e ' cushions added, I will not soar on high. 1 note ihe plane, and scan It, but if 1 fell from that, the jolt would j shock the planet, and all the folks Who man it. and leave the buildings' flat. I hold it right and proper lor j youths to tour the air; for they're as! lough as copper and if they come a 1 croppei they do not need lo care. But j mj old blood Is chcilly, I limp in ioan Bt'yles; and I'd look rather Billy if I fell, willy-nilly, about a dozen miles. M years are three tteore seven, and I'd lose dignity, if I came down from! heaven some fourteen leagues or 'leven, and landed in a tree. I hear the an fans calling, "Come wiih ua, if ypu please!" The sport is too appal-, im' for one whoso beard i taiiiug. nil snowy to his knees, Let reckless youth unravel the cloudland's mystery; the: soil on which I travel, the upholstered gravel, IS good enough for me. oo J. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hud son avenue, pays highest prices for Liberty bonds. rant LIFE OF SALT LAKE 115 BEEN SOLD SALT LAKE. Sept. lS.Lfele of the con trol of the Continental Life Insurance Company of this city to John W Cooper, president of the Pioneer Life Insurance Company of Kansas City, Md.. and as sociates, was completed here vesterdv according to Mr Cooper The concern. Mr Cooper .T.-s. has assets totaling S2 -SOO.OOn and more than 122. 000.000 of ln durance in force. The transaction was negotiated Jor the c-omDany by Ernest R Woollcy. who rontinue., Mr. Cooper says, as a lare stockholder. The deal is in no way de signed to change the service of tho com pan Other t-han to expand It more com prehensively through Utah and the six surrounding states in which It has been admitted to do business, according to Mr Cooper Aa a result of the transfer of ontrol a meeting of the directors is scheduled for today for reorganization of the di rectorate. Mr. Cooper, who. t Is under stood, Is to become president and general manager, will make his home In this city and take direct charge of the com pany's extensive affairs. He has had j ears' experience in the insurance busi ness. Already he is engrossed with rilans for a strenuous campaign of expunslon with regard to the business of the Con- i i n in !mI idinp.mi I'- po. Unlit io for swift and substantial growth under a rejrimc of vigorous management, he says, ii r; what attracted hlmselt and associates to purchase the control as a business venture Tlio--c arociated with Mr. Cooper in taking o--r the majority stock of tlve. Continental rompiny are Joe W Ingram, vice-president of the Pioneer Lite ln suranee Company of Kansas City and president of the Salisbury Savings Dank of Salisbury Mo : W. T. Kemper, chair man of the board of directors of the Na tional Dank of Commerce and the Coin ; merce Trust Company of Kansas City; A. L. Reeves, attorney' at law In Kan ' sas City, formerly actuary of the Mis- souri insurance department Attorney H. R Maemlllan of this city; V S. McCor nbk president of MrCornlek & Co. bankers DoWltt Knox, vice-president of the National Bank of the Republic, anil Mrs. Woolley The directorate, as at present cons'.i tuted. comprises F J. Hagcnbarth, pres Ident; M C Edwards, vice-president : W, S. McCorni'k treasurer; F O Frlc!c. secretary, and H. R Mocmillan W. J. Halloran and Dl H N. Mayo, directors. Just how tar reaching will he changes ; lo be made In the directorate. Mr. Cooper was unprepared to say yesterday, though I immediate reorganization Is contempls teij. OO British bmpire Puts 6,654,467 Men Into War LONDON. Aug. 20 The British Empire put 8,654,467 men into the war, according to figures made pub lic by the war cabinet, of lhe.-e, ! England recruited 4.006,158 Other white enlistments in the United King dom :im1 the colonies brought the to la! whitp enlistments in the empire up to 7,130.280. Enlistment of rnces other than while, including over 1.250. mm from India, were 1.524,187 Read the Classified Ads. Read tho Classified Ids. , ... i Hfl I j snappy Local Amateur Gossip r ) Port Albert F. 4 J! J ' Told in Short j fog anj Tngrg Warden J LJUH , , Roy Mclntyre, former University of j Ctah athletic star was officially ap pointed coach' of the freshmen at tht "U" yesterday afternoon Mclntyre was one of the greatest punters in the Krid game while in school and should be able to be of valuable assistance in rounding out a championship aggrt gation Art Drinen, former Aggie star, and Nell Smith, one of the tasieci .sprint ers in the state, entered the Jniver Eity of Utah yesterday, and will be candidates for the fro9h eleven Both bovs are former East high school stars and should be able to display class ga lore. Harold ' Bish" Kay, former Ogden high school star, after dickering with t'ne "U" and with the Chicago Univer sity finally decided to enter the crim son lair yesterday. Kay-wRl no doubt be one of the mainstays of the crim son backfield this season He is fast I and rated as one of the best backs eer developed in the Rockies. The University of Utah will open I her 1919 grid school .isainst Colorado college at Salt Lake on October 1. This game should be a bump r M 1 14 Tigers always have first class teams in harness. Coach Mclntyre of the Utah frosh sent his men through fast workout yesterday afternoon BfcOanney, Drin en. Smith, Kaufman and others are candidates for the backfield positions Joi Ray, the diminutive runer of the Illinois Athletic club .jf Chicago accomplished a feat last week at Phil adelphia that lew men have evt . d Q In the naiional title games he tied the world competition record in the mile I run by stepping that distance ! in 4 minutes 14 seconds. Then to make matters better he entered the half mile run which by the way is not Ray's best race and won hands down in the fast time of 1 minute 55 seconds. All in all his performance was remark able and when BCrlbi - saj that he Is the greatest runner in the world over that distance - they are giving the star only (he great credit that is due him It is highly probable that Conch Douglas of the Ogden high school will arrange a t lass series for his grid mi n 'This has bfen carried out to perfec tion at the Salt Lake schools and has I r.lways developed stars. The bat lie between the Ogden high !,.nd the alumni of the school uext week should be a thriller. Both ngen gatlonc 'are expectant of victory and fans win attend should see a nip and tuck af j fair. I Billy C.lasmann. Abe Glasmann Hill ; Humpstroni Cooney. Reberg, Streep er Bagley, Davidson and Mattson ar. i some of the old timers that are ex peeled to do battle against the high school aggregation. These uitn nrc all stars of the first order and shoulc give the Tigers plenty of competition j Lee Richards, captain of the Tiger 'for the 1919 season is expected to bf a tower of strength to the locals when competition starts. He is a backfiek 'man and should develop into all state class. Witk Hutton, O'Keefe, Richards anc ! Brown in the backfield the Tiger men tor will no doubt have one of the fast est backfield aggregations in the stat I in the interscholastic class. These men are all speed demons and speed is their middle name. I L L w Varsity members of the University of Utah had their second practice of t" n the year yesterday, fifty-three men Pit i were in uniform yesterday and the Its Ishman expects his clan to show "clase galore" when'the bell sounds Coach Dick Romney at the Agic lair i' Logan expects to have one of the !',' iciassicst grid teams In harness this ' I j season that has ever represented the i Aggies on the feld of battle, rie has sixteen old heads in uniform. Weber academy stars were out in 1 force again last night and had a last ' tl f practice c0ah W'atdon ii elated i ovei the posiilbilitles of the team for the oming season and expects his men to show a world of class. Yea. Bo! October 3 is the date fcC fiii the Granite versus Oden struggle at ! C, len wood. The Blue and Red warriors j HD I have been praelicine: hard of late and, -j expect to hand the Tigers a trimming. , ) ;On the other hand ihe locals should roll up a larpe score on the invaders. j.'.'; oo j' I ( LITTLE. BENNY'S! NoteBookl By LEE PAPE V . I asl uite pop sed to ma, Mother, how about a little dissipation tonite? Iin-.v ;iho'it taking in a movie how? , j All rite, sed ma, and 1 sed, Can I go ; too, pop? yP If you fix yourself up to look less 1 like an orfin wih no father or mother, r i sed pop Meenlng to wash my bands and face and brush my hare and ki..'fl Wit h I ran up stairs and did ltt isutch a hurry that I forgot my shoes, I my shoes proberly needing it the 'a erst, and I ran down agen and we starter to go out, pop saying, Did you brush vour shoes? I He ' Gosh, heck, I thawt. Thinkinsr. O i4 well, I brushed them the other day, rai that: bru King Lhem. And I sed, Yes IWi Thats good, a boy who brushes his aoes daily is dtibbly blessed, once for.. !rT each hoe, se(i pop i, inl we went out, me taking small k i steps to keep my feet from showing too mutch, and all of a sudden pop noticed them enyway. saying, Wa's 'Mhis, rlid I understand you to say that 'Ir' I you brushed yotfr shoes? , Yea si flunking to myself. R i lie other day. , V 1 Wat did you brush them with a -1 handful of mud' sed pop. , No sir, the shoe brush, I sed. , .: Thinking to myself, The other day. (And pop looked at them agen, saying, Im not a 'iate belecver in cireumstan- fi' ' - tial evidents, and I bleeve the pm.zneS i is innoi eni till he is proven gilty, but , iwen did you brush those shoe6? 1 The other day, I sed Gilty, sed pop, now if you can man-., age to run back and brush them today iand then catchc up to us before we Wget inside the movies, you still have ! i a chance. k, 1 I And I quick ran back and brushed ! my shoes like lightning and cawt up' I to pop and ma all out of breth jU3t' as pop was buying the tickets, saying I to the man, 2 please, and I sed, Im i Iheer, pop. Im heer. and pop sed to "1 f - the man 3. ' 'tf I I oo :t' Read tho Classified Ads. INFORMATION BUREAU r Notice to Advertisers On and after April 1, 1919, business directory advertising in The Standard will bo $1 per line per month. " " ' fir ANYTHING New or Old ANYTHING A to Z new or old bought, sold or traded. Phono 333. Books and Stationery Bramwell Book and Stationery. 236 Waabington Ave. Phone 360. 205S Banking Utah National Bank, southeast cor ner '1 wenty fourth and Washington. f hone 61. Counselor-at-Law T. R. O'Connolly, Ugden, Utah, Legal advice by maiL Wnio me the facta. i'juu'j 8Mi Carpet C'eaning K. Van liampcn for upholstering, carpets cleaned, altered and laid. Re making of mattresses. 1'hone 275--J Eipcrt carpet cleaning, mattress renovating, upholstering, and ipringj resUetclicU. Call E. J. llamptun Co., (feather Renovating I'hono 2586-W. Chiropractor Owen V. Halverson, D. C. Res. I'bone lOSb-W. VU1-70J Eccles Bldg. City Scavenger McCarthy fc Co., 2734 Grant avenue. Phono 201S-W. Dentists The New Method Dentists are spe cialist3 in all branches of Dentistry. Waahington. 2208 l)rain Tile for Sale Inlei mountain Concrete Co. Twen tieth aud Lincoln avenue, Ogden, Utah. Phones 200b and 48,. 2310 Engraving Ogden Engraving Service Co., mak ers of line cuts in one or more colors, 416 Twenty fourth street. Phone 463. Foot Specialist Flat feet, corns, etc., corrected. Pry Laboratory, 320 Hudson Bldg. 8583 rire insurance Charles liisenbcrg. Phone 1S59-J. CalenUonian and Micnigan Commercial jiauuaid Insurance. 1675 i Avy and Grain Hay, grain and poultry teed. Bell Poti., 3ii Twenty-Uxiru. pnone 2&40. 2100 1 liits, Wools, Furs ; O. M. Runyan, -26y Wall avanue, kab lop prices, lbone 781-W. 1528 junk and Hides ( Western Hide t JunV Co., 22- ', '('aahuigton Ave. Phone 861, Ogden Junk House, 2059 Washington Ave. Phone 210. key Fitting Key lilting and jock repairing. Hud ton Repair Shop, 2469 Hudson. 311 : Life Insurance ! W. C. Stewart, special representative 'of the New York Lite Insurance Co. i 41 Lewis bldg. Phone 727. 9163 Madame Capiau Gown Shop Fancy bullous, hemstitching, piquot I Joe a yard. Third lloor, . H. n right A: Sous. 'J-41 1 Money to Loan I Money to loau uu improved real eo- laic. Kelly t Herrick. 2145 ' ' New and Second Hand Furniture , Jsew and second iiaud guuds bought, sold and exehauged Highest prices for Becond hand furniture. Trunks .md suit cases a specialty, bin : Tr.ink jc Furniture Store, 241 TWc?nty-ftfthM street. Phone 1321. U L- t Paper cleaning and tinting. New Wll Icinson. Address Rear 738 Twenty-sixth street Phone 1520 J. 2457 Read the Classified Ads. mating All kinds of Job printing. Dee-Neute-Doom Printing Co Phone 1166. 2198 ,!. P Physician and Surgeon Dr. A. Fernlund, office hours 11 to I p. m. .New Peery Bldg . Hudson Ave. ,J ) ies. Phone oli. Office phone 1900-W Real Estate and Loans u Uiaiu ivay, itai esu-e and loans, .lii wasningion. 1'bone 409. lull W s .epairing w e repair all makes of automobilca. JGJJEN AUTU liui'AlK lu., 'dM'iHi irant Ave. Phone t,o, mgut pnouo ioi. H-'r. Sneil, ueu. ineohuiu. 461a Trunk, bag and case repairing. Gal' a Cher's, ai-uunu Uoui Stuuuaru. -lit r 1 unitary Work baniiary Garbage co, all kinds of uuliish hauled. I'lione 620. j" 5 yewing Machines We rent, repair, ;nrry needles and pans tor all makes ol machines W ane M.uiu)i .Machine Co., 2Zi'i VVasniogtyp iu'LUc. Phone -884. i ents and Awnings ugden Tent and Awning Co., manu aciurers ut high grade store, oilico md lesideni awnings. Waterproof cov ers, bags, etc. Anything in canvas. oo Washington avenue. Phone 2b4. Vacuum Cleaners ij l Phone 2od-J tor vacuum cleaner, v or 21 hours, sterilized dust bag. 507 4 . Vinuows Cleaned Expert window and wall paper clean ng anywhere, American Window .leaning. Phone 563. 2370 Washington. Read tho Classified Ads. Read the Classified Ads. , Read the Classified Ads. ' j. . ' I'll' j