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H (. THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1919 I For Subscription and Advertising Department, Call Phone No. 56. I RANDOM REFERENCES Xmas trcr, hushv ones. BpII Pros. J 371J8rdSt. 1586! Flour Announcements or the in tention nf the I'm'ted States Grain corporation to place nruall packers ot ! Mraieht crnde flour on tho market, in I an effort to brins: about economy in H living cast, would have little benefit ( H j in this prrijon of the country, Presi- dpnt I ' ;. HolleJ of the Hr.lley Milling mnipany. stas There is very 111 tie ! ricna.ind for such an arrangement, he I f For Sale -I'nredec -furd diamonds j ! Uncle Sam Loan office. 278 25th St. I j Convention. -A tri stake convention! of Sunday schools of Ogden, Weber, Ethd North Weber stakeB, will be held Jfcnuarj 11, at the Weber Normal col ' 1 lege. For Rent Ohio aeuum clearer r.ii.- to l oo, guaranteed. rhonc 2097 J Party. Ogden hiph school students vili entertain with an invitational Ii bee in the school auditorium De . i other 19. MUSIC will be furnished H 3 by the Lillian Thatcher orchestra. H I Toy Aiders. Take Notice' Call 611 for sleigh parties. Schools solicited (Jood sleigh; lots of bells 1 4 r " Prize Offered. With more than 100 jj names submitted for the naming of 9 the residential park, the final selec i tion will be made by the city commis ; sioners tomorrow morning. A prize of $100 in cold is oifered for the best name. The property was donated to the City by Otto Meek and J. F. M J Walker. Photograpns are history of the fan il) Have them taken today a; The Tripp Photo Studio. 25th St ?SSI Inspection.- I aptain W. H. Lewis, ! 12th infantry, inspected the members H of Troop B, of the Ogden unit of the National Guard of Ttah at the rmiry 1" j list night. The troop athletic enter i lalnmeiu Will be rtaeed immediately ? following the holidays Did papers tor sale. Ogdcn Stand ' ard. Choice Cattle Choice ul will h x I) mbtted at ihe Ocdcn Livestock Sho- ner? j, in Jknaary. .'.n exhibit of Duroc-Jersev I hogs that have taken prizes in every l state fair they have ever entered in wiM p be entered by the Ulchards-Olsen Llvc- stock company of Virginia, Idaho. Clean rags wanted at The Standard n fifficc. Wattis to Speak W H. Wattis of ( Ogden has been selected to represent Bjj the Utah Assoi i?cd Industries at the mepfin of the National Wool growers' association at Sail Lake City next ; month. Mr Wattis will address the j wool men on "The Utah Associated Industries as a Factor in Utah's In- dustrial Life." Clean ras wanted at The Standard Name Changed Ogden Boy Scout Hj C Troop 16 will be known as the Gen 3 eral Pershing troop in the future. The chance in name was made at a meet ing of the scouts last night in tho Hj i Twellth ward amusement hall. Forty H& two scouts arc- registered under toe H troop Delhert Foulger is scoutmaster. Kl BL'ICK, cement and plaster jobbing, chimneys, firewalls, etc Phone 770. niyn uaucio caui'is oi me usuen , Hji high school will be formed into a bat-1 lalion shortly after the Christmas holi-, days, norordin': to Lieut. Ronald Ev ; erly, military instructor, Four cap , tains, four first lieutenants, five sec ! ond lieutenants and a number of non commissioned officers will be named' shorth after the new year. H . Beautiful Xmas plants and cut Pow ersorder now Dumko Floral Co HOD Road Trip W. N. Fricksteau. in i charge of road work for the bureau of public roads, and A B. Brown, hiph fl wa engineer, are inspecting th3 pro posed Scipic-Levan road south of v phi The highway may bo built in thr apring and is twenty-five miles long Investigate the Kryptck certificate plan for giving glaeses for Xmas. J. T. KuEhmer, Optometrist. 1534 Conference Sunday school confei nee for the Eleventh ward will be held Sunday morning and eveninc. At me c-veninK meeting, members of the', stake board will deliver addr?sses. I. Parents are requested to attend both ' uessions. There will be a meeting the Friends of Irish Freedom. Thursday -enlng, December 18, 1919. at 8 o'clock, at 525 David Eccles Bldg. All ' friends of freedom are invited 1571 ' H In Salt Lake Superintendent B. A. , Fowler of the counly achools left fori Salt Lake yesterday to attend a meet- " Ing on vocational work in the public schools. Superintendent W Karl Hop-j II kins of the city schools will leave to-1 I day for Salt Lake. ;; There will be a meeting of the' l Friends of Irifh Freedom, Thursday I evei.ing. December 18. 1919, at 8 I o'clock, at 525 David Eccles Bldg. All I friends of freedom are invited. 1571 I I Roberts to Speak Bngham H Rob- I erts will speak at the tabernacle Sun I day, December 28. in connection with the Mormon Battalion monument fund. I I Weber count', ik expected to raise I II $12,000 towards this fund. A review of the part which the Mormon Bat- I . I talion took in the Mexican war Willi rir i De brought out. , I Coal Practically all movement of I I H roal trom ("'-rhon county flolda ol thle I -1 state, into Wyoming, ceased yesterdnv. j .yr? according to railroad officials. With i I " resumption of mining operations at i I I 2 Bock Springs and smaller camps, a suf H : l .ficient quantity for the state's need6 Is .t: 'll i being supplied. Since the strike start- ed In November, an average of lftO car-1 HE MADE LIQUORS j SEIZED HI RAID J. UPON HOME Fort- fno prillons of home iiiad win ronflscatrd by tho police nt thQ home'of BtOT Hammer, 2042 Liberty "0 nue, ''ally this morning, tortlir with ?fi ciuaits of beef. Steve Hammer was pla-fvl under airr.t and wns rlrs.set fter rurnlshmg ball in tho mini of $2n'i Hammer will b tried before Judpre D. It. Roberts Thursday morninc. Deteetlvei Tout and Blair of the polio.' depai tment made the arrest. Tb liquor mH5 removed to the pollc ?tallon WhM it will be held s evidence, th policy station Hammer Stated that the win- Tvr.s made from prrape?. H ?aid the win was made for family uae only. The beer was tested this morning and declared is rontsin 3 per cent alcohol The wlnr Is said to have contained ? 3- per ecu alcohol. loads of coal passed through Ogden daily for Wyoming, to he used by the I'nion Pacific. Yes. a canary tor Xma?; guaranteed singer. Call 2220 Lincoln Ave. 107 Red Cross Nurse in Oflden.- MiSI Franke Mansey, with a wtr record of two years lo her credit as a Red Crost : nurse, spent n lew hours in Opden 1 his morrlnc prior to departing for her (home at San Jose, Calif She was attached to a base horpital and spent more than 10 months "over there" as one of America's nurses She remarked jthis morning that the war had Its fea tures but that 'he would be glad to again don Chilian garb Xmas dance given by Fourth ward Y M. M. I. A. on Thursday, December 18. 1919. Fourth ward hall. 1613 Work on Mechanics' Building Work on tb automobile mech;mi' a I building at the Ogdcn high school is 'fast being completed, according to 1 N. Noall, supervisor of part time edu cation. The building is being erected (by the students of the schools and is now being need for automobile work. During the recent storm the building was blown down Pleads Guilty Fred Brundagv, aped 19, arrested on a charge ol" vagranev, rlrao A i guilty before Jiidrr D. ft. Roberts this morning, and was sentern ei u, iponQ 10 dHys in the city Jail. Judgro Roberta ruled that tho sentence would he cu?-pc-nded if B: undcfre would leave to'vn He is communicating with his parents at Twin Falls. Idaho. Transferred Corporal AlfX Fife. 1r, i r. 9 Marine corps iins been transferrer from Mate Island U the aviation train ing school at Chicago. Mien he wen' east his mother and father went to Salt ' Lake and spent a half hour with thrir son. License. Anton E orker and Anna B. Cunningham, both of Ogdcn were granted a marriage license at the county clerk's office today They were married by Bishop Gilbert Thatcher. Divorce Souflht - Catherine Spens er filed suit in the district court today against Clyde II Spencer seeking di vorce upon the ground? of desertion. The two were married in Logan, Oc tober 19. 1898. There are six children oi which the plaintiff asks the custody. Howell to Speak. Lieutenant Col onel James A. Howell will be the prin cipal speaker at the Second ward rhapel Sunday evenincr. according to an announcement made today by Ri-hop George C Browning. Lieuten ant ("olonel Howell will te of his ex periences in the armv. Fight. Jimmie Johns, Ogden light weight pugilist and "Abe, the Fighting id," will meet tonisht at the armory in Salt Lak". c-crnt iaiions for a fight In 1 Igden between Al Young and Johns, are now being made Flans have been made to hold the fight at the Armory Januar;. 8. oo ' ! Society s . J EAGLES' BAZAAR. The local Eagles' lodge is holding a bazaar today und tomorrow, and on these evenings dr.nclnr will be the !i.min feature of entertainment. Every- ono in inited and no admission fee I is charged. TENTH WARD DANCE. Thre will be a dancing party in the Tenth ward hall Thursday evpning ' to which all ward mpmhrrn nrnl their friends are invited Mies Lillian! Thatcher's orchestra will furnish the music for the evening CHILD CULTURE CLUB. Th member-! of the Child Culture club will meet at the University club! tomorrow afternoon at 2:80 o'clock, I with Mrs George Browning and Ml W SI. Zuppann as hontbs3ee. Mrs. 3. , II Epperson Wili be chairman and the subject for the afternoon will he "The j History of Holidays " RETURN HOME Mr. and Mrs. H C. Wood and Miss I , Marjory Thorn a a returned today from 1 M .go. Mr and Mrs. WooO have been I vlellinp in th east for a number or weeka and their cousin. MarJor Thomae. ! has been attending1 school at the Nortn- I wcBtern University, and is home for th ' holidays DAUGHTERS OF PIONEERS. Company H. of the Daughters of! Pioneers will meet at the home of Mrs. David Newey, 361 Grant avenue, Thursday, at 2:30 o'clock Mrs. i Cynthia Pingree, board member, will I be present. Camp Ij will meet with Mr?. Mary I Chambers of 2318 Monroe avenue, on j Thursday, at 2:30. Company K meets with Mrs. Sned jdon, at 2.30 o'clock tomorrow. VISITING IN OGDEN DURING HOLIDAYS Mrs Austin F Sooy and little son, (Austin, Jr., from YoungStOWn, Ohio, are viaitlng In the cit with Mrs. Isonv's parr-nts, Mr. and Mrs Fharles MAUDE F. TABOR Nf HER MOTHER 111 BURIAL PACT ! MrS Sarah Tabor, the mother, and, (Maude Faith Tabor, former Ogden :high school teacher, entered into a1 burial pact, and for that reason the; body of Miss Tabor was kept con-! i coaled in the Tabor homo at Lawton. I Mich., following the death of the; 1 teacher. This is the information obtained from an Associated Press dispatch I from "maha. It was planned to keep (h' bod;, in the basement ot the home uniil the mother died, when both bodies would! ; be Interred at the same time. The news of the burial pact was dis closed by Prosecutor H. H. Adams of Lawton, who is aceompanyinc the mother and con, Walter Tabor, Iron (California, where they were arrested) to Lawton. where they will be Ques tioned by the authorities. Prosecutor Adams say-; Mrs. Tabor; told him she and her daughter were' I in a burial pact and that the bodj had been held until Mrs. Tabor should die.. The two then were tft be buried to- , ge! her. ' Adams said he doubts t hot either Mrs. Tabor or her son murdered the sirl Ho aid the son has told him he wishes to make a statement and "tell I everything," but he has refused to I hear i c Thatcher and sisters, Miss Lillian! land Miss Ruth Thatcher, of 2603 ' Adams a enue. Mrs Sooy was formerly Miss Myrtle Thatcher and a wide circle of friends i in Ofrclen w'li be pleased to know of her visit, home for a few weeks oo . QUEEN ESTHER. O E. S Thf regular meeting of Quoon Esther I I Chapter x . O. F 8., will be held Prl j day evninc. December I'.K The officers for the yonv 1020 will b installed 00 Wife Says Husband Smashes Dinner Plates That her husband had treated hr in I a cruel ninnner durlnp the fw shor. months of their married life and on on1 Occasion dragged her from n. donee hnll, Were some of the allegations made in tho ! divorce complaint of Gertrudo Zeo Plysr I .Jftkenmn against Junes G. Jnkoman, filed In the district court. J Tho rnmplaint reeltep thnt thr (no were married in Farniinpton. July 22, 1910. He is alleged to have e.iiirri hex Ho names and one dnv nt the dinner tahle he imaMl ed a dinner plnte with his fist Slio j rsks for the divorce nnd Rener.il relief : I and the restoration of her maiden nanv, Gertrude 7.r-o Plyer. DOGS BRING GOLD DUST. SEWARD, Alaska. Dec. 16. Gold dust worth approximately $400,000 'broupht by dog learns over the winter trail Irom the Kukokwim and Iditnrod I regions of Alaska, were here today awaiting shipment to the United i States. The gold was the product of "clean ups," in the district since win ' ter set in. Deaths and Funerals martin, Mrs, Madge McKentie 'Man in. wife of Albert Martin, died jthis morning at 145 o'clock at the homCi Twenty-second Btreel .-Mil as in years oi ap;e anci a oauve I of Melbourne. Australia. Her husband, infant son, and three sisters survive ; her. The body was removed to the LindQUlsi chapel Funeral announce ments will be made later. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 o clock in the Lindquist chapel, I Bishop Myron B Richardson of the I Third ward presiding. The easkn will j be open at the chapel Thursday and 'Friday until time of services. Inter ment rity cemetery. K0PPEN3ERG Dirk Koppenberg, : aged So years, died yesterday after noon at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Hendrina Evertsen of 2919 Van Buren ! avenue. Mr. Koppenberg had arrhed in Ogden from Holland just the day be fore and. although verv tired from the long journey, was in jolly spirits and his death came very unexpectedly. Mr. Koppenberg was born in Holland, Jan uary fi, 1834, and came to America first m 1913, returning to his native coun try in June, 1914, for a visit. He was taken ill yesterday morning and death came shortly after noon. In addition to the daughter with whom he was re siding, a daughter, Mrs. Catherine De Mik of 160 Second street, and three sop6, Dirk. William and Oerret Kop penberc and Mrs Geertruy van Hall, residing in .Holland, surwve; also twenty-seven grandchildren and nine teen great grandchildren survive Fu neral arrangements will be announced later. MORRISON Mrs. Nettie Bingham1 Morrinon, wif of Walllam Morrison.! died this morning at eight o'clock atj a local hospital after several days' ill ness of nephritis. Mrs. Morrison' came to Ogden from Downey several days aro She- was born in Opden May 17. 1894. the daughter of William and Martha Howes Bingham and was mar-' ried in Salt Lake City. December 18,' 1912. , Surviving is the husband and the following children. Leland, War ren and Kenneth. Mrs. Morrison's father also survives, and her grand-1 mother. Mrs- Elizabeth Bingham. De-1 ceased was a member of the church of Latter day Saints and well known in, Ogden as well as in Idaho. A sister, i Mrs. Pearl Morri.con. resides In Dow ney, Idaho. The casket will be open at the Lindquist chapel this evening at 7 p m. and on Thursday at 8 86 o'clock the body will be shipped to Downey for funeral services and in ferment Sunday, oo BUTTER AND EGGS CHICAGO, Dec. 17. Butter lower; creamery f7:uG7c Eggs easier, receipts 1107 cases; firsts 7677e; ordinary firsts 65 70c; at mark, cases included, 68-5 74c. Poultry alhc unchanced. I A GOODLACE TO TPAD S Coat Sale! j I mnftfL ne 'clck tomorrow we place on sale our entire j j m J un sock women s coats I r You may now take unrestricted choice of one hundred I 1' ; and fifty of the handsomest coats of the year, fifty cents ! ! ; on the dollar. j i UU' ; ! j yv Second Floor, Wright's s Bgs lB'S MiiEIS ' v y NEW YORK. Dec. 17 Trading was 'active and price Changes mainly higher at the opening ot today's stock mar ket. The only conspicuous exception were the rails, in which yesterday's belated rise was not sustained. M xi can Petroleum led the advance at a gain of five poinls with one to two point advances for Crucible Steel, At lantic-Gulf, Marine preferred. Ameri can International and American Wool en. Within the first half hour many of these advances were extended on i he strength shown by General Motors, United States Rubber and several of the motor specialties and miscellan eous issues The demand for stocks broadened during the morning, embracing active issues in the tobacco, textile and chem-n-al croups Gains amoncr motors, oils, steels and equipments ranged trom two to almost ten points. The same fac tors which stimulated yesterday's buying movement were again in ef 1 rect, notably the further strength of foreign exchange, relative ease of monev and scarcity of stocks. British remittances added materially to their recent recovery and call money was again freely supplied at seven per cent Industrial news was favorable, includ ing the higher prices quoted for fuel oil and prospective foreign buying ot railroad equipment Equipments, leathers and low priced motors made a brief upward spurt at midday, other leaders, especially steels, recording moderate reactions Jon profit-taking Local utilities were I weak. Consolidated Gas declined 4U points on rumors affecting its dividend and Brookhn I'nion Gas fell three points. ly i CHICAGO GRAIN I J CHICAGO, Dec. 17. Active buying and sharply higher prices in the corn market resulted today from bu'lish sentiment due largely to the passage Of the Edge fon-icn finance bill Profit taking on the part of longs, howi ver, led to a reaction In the setback most of tho new gains were wiped out ripening figures, which ranged from l-4c to 2 l-4c higher with January $1. 39 14 to 1 39 3-4, and May $1.35 1-4 to 1.35 3-4, were followed by moder ate further upturns before the market sagged. In the oats market, heavy realizing prevented any display of strength, de spite messages telling of continued ex port demand After opening 1 4c off to a like advance, including May at 83 to 88 C, the market underwent a slight general decline. Notwithstanding higher quotations on hogs, the provision market aver aged lower. There was considerable scattered selling and no aggressive support. Later the corn market rallied sharp ly, influenced by further steep upturns in British exchange. The close was nervous 1 3-4 to 3c net higher, with Januarv $1 40 to 1.40 3-4 and Mav 11.36(91.38. Subsequently pork scored a decided upturn but lard and ribs continued de pressed. OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET. Cattle Receipts 137; choice heavy steers 1809.50: pond I .fair cteers $57; choice feeder steers choice cows and heifers $6 7.50; fair to good cows and heifers ' p6; cutters !4g5; runners I34; I choice feeder cows J.'i'GG; fat built 55 'nf; bologna bulls M5; veal calve 1011. H0BSReceipfs 134; choice fat hogs. 1175 to 250 lbs., $12. 75 13. 50; bulk $13Ti 13.25; feeders $9. 50 H). 50. Sheep Receipts 2862; choice iamb Ml IJ 50; wethers $L5t"'t 7 3". fat ewes 85(96; feeder lambs ?9'ol'. CHICAGO QUOTATIONS. CHICAGO. Dec. 17. Open II icrh Low ('lose Corn Dec. $ 1.46 1 48 1 45! 1.47 Jan. 1.39U 1.41 1.38; 1.40 May 1.35'4 1.87 135 136 Oats Mav .83 M 824 84 V Jan .77 .78 76"8 .784 Pork t o- i ft on 0 7 i Ci JilU. .... OI.1V ou ou ui x'J Mav .... 37 10 36.65 36.65 Lard Jan. 23 35 23.45 23 00 23.80 Mas 24 00 24.05 23.70 23.80 I Ribs Jan. . 18.67 18 45 1S.52 j May 19.15 19.30 19.05 19 10 CASH SALES. CHICAGO. Dec. 17. Corn Xo. 2 mix ed old $1.55; No- 2 yellow $1.53. Oats No. 2 white 8588c; No. 2 yel low S4 1 487 1 4c Rve No. 2 $ 1.6801.70. Barley $1 . 60 ff 1 . 66- Timothy seed $8.50711.50. Clover seed $30.0048.00. Pork nominal. Lard $23.10. Ribs $18. 00519.00. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO. Dec. 17 Hogs Receipts 20,000; market slow, about 25c higher, bulk 814.00(914.80; top $14.45. heavy 818.85014.36; medium $14. 00 14 45; light $13. 90 5' 14. 35; light light $13.50 'all 00; heavy packing sows, smooth, 513.2513.75; packing sows, rough, $12 50013 25; pigs $12 . 7513 . 75. Cattle Receipts 11,000; market un settled; beef steers, medium and heavy weight, choice and prime, 818.00020 -00. medium and good $10.50tfJT7 75, common $8.25110.50; light weight, good and choice, $12.-75019 25; com Imon and medium $7 .50 j 12.50; butch er cattle, heifers, $6 25 g 14.25; cows $6 00tfj13.00; canners and cutter? $4. 7505.75; veal calves $16 00017 00; feeder steers $7.00j 12.00; Blocker steers $6 00$TO. 25 Sheep Receipts 20,000; market slow; lambs $15.007 17 25; culls and common $11 50014.75; ewes, medium good and choice, $8.00010.00; culss and common $4 5007,. 7J KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY. Mo., Dec. 17. (United States Bureau of Markets ) Hogs Receipts 17.000; market 23 to 35c higher; bulk $13 50018.95; heav ies $13 60iT3.95; mediums 813.550 14.00; lights $13.40T3.80; light lichts $13.00(513.25. packing sows' $12.00012.26; pigs $10.753 12.75. Cattle Receipts 14,o00; market steady to 25c lower; heavybeef steers choice and prime. $16.35018.85; me dium and good $12 50il6 35; common1 $10.352)12.50; light weight, good and' choice, $12.60j,17.90; common and medium $8.00j12 .00; butcher cattle,! heifers, $6.25j 13. 25; cows $6.10 11.85; canners and cutters $5 00i)'i G.10; veal calves $5.7510.35. Sheep Receipts 3000; market 1 steady; lamb $15 . 2516. 80; culls and common $9 25T5.00, yearling1 wethers $12 00018.76; ewes $7.507 I 10 85; cull and common $3.50,?7 7.-l 25; breeding ewes $8 . 00311 . 50; feed er lambs ?1 1.007 14.00. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. QMAHA, Neb., Dec. 17. (United States Bureau of Markets.) Hogs Receipts 10,000; market 15 to 25c higher; top $13.63; bulk $13.257 1?.. heavj weight $13.30013.50; me dium weight, Z 40jii3.65; light weight $13.15013.50; light light $12.- 1,75018.15; heavy packing sows, smooth, $13.10013.25; packing sows rou h $12.907 13 On. pigs $14..r.0j' 1 15 25. I Cattle Receipts 3500; killing grades Bteadj to 25c lower; stockers and feeders slow, beef steers, medium and good $10.75015.75; common $9. 00010.75; light weight, good and choice, S15 50 '.7 IS 25, common and medium $8.107 15.50, butcher cattle, heifers, $6.257 13.00; cows $6 00f 2"., canners and cutters $4.50( 6 00; veal calves, light and bandy weight, $13.00014.50; feeder steers $7.f.0JT3.00; stocker steers $6,500 11.00. Sheep Receipts 11.000, marker steady; lambs, S4 pounds down, $15. 00016 25, culls and common $11.50 314.00; yearling wethers $12 00(g) 14 00; earllng wethers $12.00014.00; ewes, medium and choice, $8.2cj9. 50, culls and common 5. 00? S. 25 MONEY. NEW YORK, Dec 17 Mercantile paper unchanged Demand: $3,86; cables $3.87. Francs: Demand 10.40; cables 10. 38. Guilders: Demand .37 3 4, cables .38. Lire: Demand 12.90. cables 12.- 85. Marks: Demand 2.12; cables 2 14 Time loans strong; unchanged. Call money easy, high 7 per cent; I low 6 per cent, ruling rate 7 per cent; closing bid 6 per cent; offered at 7 per cent; last loan 6 per cent. POTATOES. ' CHICAGO, Dec 17 Potatoes weak, arrivals 30 cars; northern whites $2. 90J3 05 per cwt; western rurals and russets, jobbing, $3. 50 j 3.65. LEGAL NOTICES THE DAVIS AND WEBER COUN TIES CANAL COMPANY NOTICE. There are delinquent upon tho fol lowing described stock on account of assessment levied on September 26th. 1919, the several amounts set oppo site the names of the respective stock holders, as follows: Certif. No. Amount Name No. Shares Due Child. Mary E 2855 12 $ 60.00 Child. Mary E. . .,3865 2 10.00 Crelghbaum, Chas.. 2714 5 25.00 jCreighbanin, Chas. ..4316 5 25.00 John Green 1128 9 45 00 Hooper. John D 3872 27.5 137.50 Kelly, Geo. J.,trustee 3371 i 20.00 Nalder, Albert o. . . . 4 1 S j t jo 00 Roberts, Mary E. .. 1293 10 50.001 Roberts. Mnn E. ...2295 6 30.00 Roberts, Mary E ...4026 7 35. 00 ' Roberts, Mary B. . .4080 2 10.00 Roberts. Mary E. . . .1170 3 15.00 1 And in accordance with law and or-' der of the Board of Directors, made' on the 26th day of September, 1919, 1 so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at the south door of the ft'eber county courthouse n Ogden, Utah, on the 31st day of December, 1919, at 12 o'clock noon of said day to pay delin quent assessment thereon, together! sith the cost of advertising and ex penses of sale. I ROBERT C. NYE. Secretary LIBERTY BONDS NEW YORK. Der 17 Prices ofJ Liberty bonds at 11:30 a m. os 99.50, tirst 4s 93 60; second 4s 91 50; first 4 l-4s 93.68; secondj I 1 Is 91 third 4 l is 93 60. fourth! 4 Ms 91 56. Yictorv 3 3-4s 98.94;,! Victors 3-4s 98.88. Prices of Liberty bonds at 2.55 p. j m. today were: 3s 99.50; first 4s 93.52; second Is ''1 J8 first 1 1 4s 93 60; second I 4 l-4s 91.62; third 4 14s 93.54; fourth J 4 l-4s 91 50; Victory 3 3-4s 98 96; J Victory 4 3-4s 98.88. METAL PRICE3 NEW YORK. Dec 17 Copper, Iron j and antimony unchanged. Lead firm; spot and January 7.20c j bid, 7.30c asked. Tin firm: East St. Louis delhery spot 8.15c bid, 8 25c asked. Idle Dollars ; Put your Idle dollars to work - with us In high grade security ' .1 , of established and dependable ', i Dusiness our rigid examina- , ' tlon of Investment of securities ' ; protects our clients and they ai"e . especially conducted for your , ' benefit. We have a list of sucn , ; securities available for Immedi- , ate purpose put your Idle dol- J lars to work at 7 per cent Jnd ; 8 per cent. LIBERTY BONDS ; Blf you can buy more buy from N us. If you must sell sell to us. II Phone 322 H j JMofile ft pj M ECCLES BLEST 169 MAIN ST ft OGDCN SALT LAKE M - S Buy a Lifetime Xmas Present. The Eden will stand the test of actual service in your Laun- dry and may be bought on the easy payment way. Ogden Electric Supply Company is 2430 Wahington Ave.