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Sg THE EVENING STANDARD, OQDEN. UTAH. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 191?. S M
1 LABOR NEWS OP
i ALL COUNTRIES
ml ,
Jnjj f The Waitresses' union of San Fran
"" ! lsco has approved the action of the
fRcv Father Lathrop In establishing a
home where working girls between
the age3 of 1C and 2G may get good
board and IodgingB at the nominal
price of $3.50 per week.
Printers In the Philippine service
are paid a salary of $2,000 a year, or
"m $38.46 a week. At the end of six
Jw'i months this salary 1b automatically
iljlf Increased to $2.2250 a year, with the
V2i prospect of further promotion to $2,
?)i 500 a year.
vn San Francisco, Cal., unions of the
w I culinary crafts, together with the bak
t Ji i era, butchers, grocery' clerks and- ci
1 f garmakers, have Joined forces and or
jti ganlzed a departmental council known
.I'j as the San Francisco Provision Trades
2 council.
9p As an Indication of the financial
-5: condition of the International Typo
Ij graphical union, It might be said that
j the organization is now negotiating
$W for the purchase of $500,000 worth or
- 3jk : bonds as an Investment. Thero is
fvJff I atout $800,000 In the treasury, and the
)fl money is constantly Increasing.
nf The $34,000,000 mark was passed
!L! 8S' month by tho disbursements of
iSff, the relief funds of the Pennsylvania
5Ml Railroad system. Exactly $34,119,716 -IfilSl
77 has been paid In benefits to cm
2 ployes and their families In twenty-six
CU I' yearB and eight montlis.
jTil As a result of tho general forty-
ISlade's
Transfer
Phone 321. 408 25th Streol
W have tho largest van in tha
city. Quick service. Moving, shlp
Avt ping and handling pianos. Prompt
d freight deliveries. Furniture mov-
HT ing a specialty. Storage at reason-
)V able rates.
X rCLAEA- BERGES
3 I Private Hospital I
K 1 IDEAL SITUATION I
B I EXPERT ATTENDANCE 1
K I 2106 Wash. Ave. Phone 253 1
Wm M Medical, Surgical and Obstot- n
"mm m rlcal Cases Taken. M
I Ivienna gafeI
jJK I 322 Twenty-fifth St.
Wm H Special Dinner 25 K
1&BJ H l-unch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. g
K JGJ Dinner from 4 to S p. m. e5
B la Lee and Foon, Managers h
B Billiken
B Housecleaning Company
B HOUSFCLEANIN IN ALL ITS
Hf BRANCHES. Wallpaper cleaning.
K kalsomining, painting, upkolster-
H ing, furniture repairing by expert
H workmen. Chargec reasonable
m Residence 2223 Washington. Phone
2 ' 22S9-M
g Office. Phone 134 i-J.
CJj CARPENTERS, ATTENTION.
(1 All sizes. Bj
M 1 The Big Cut Co-op Overalls. U
I 1 N. 0. OGDENCO. 1
JfH 236 25th St. U
jM ftffi TETTER COME TO
i CRAWSHAW'S
m s 219 25th street
W -m5 Ant navc a 'ew r2t cards tafc-
ji "Kg en S1.C0 the dozen.
z
I The Newport
1 Cafe
in JIM, WONG-WE, Managers.
riff 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
K Open Day and Night.
Hi Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats
jl fc The Broad vith the Home- 1
vm p Made Flavor. f
I MOTHER'S CHOICE
.2 9 DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAKING B
B 1 COMPANY 0
5J : 0 2252 Grant Avenue pi
j ftia 'M L.V icfrr 7ii Cox Etouph"
3 il FALSTAFF CAFE
M rm TH08. FEENEY, Prop.
1 Palaee Cafe
m Special B inner . . 25c
fl' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.
m Dinner from 4 p. m. to i p. t
W TOM HOY, Mgr. 234 ?3th St.
I
5:i Choicest and latest patterns
I; ' in Dinnerware at prices to suit
all. New arrivals every day
A' of fancy china.
21 E. A. OLSEN
In 2P59 Wash. Phone 1100.
eight hour protest strike of the Italian
seamen and dock workers, the gov
ernment has promised to Institute a
system of compensation for sick and
aged marine workers.
Cleveland tailors are considering a
plan of reorganizing their local union
by establishing several branches for
the convenience of foreign-speaking
members. An Italian branch will bo
formed in a few days, and later per
haps Hungarian, Bohemian and other
branches will bo established.
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BULGARIANS ARE
RUSHING FIGHT
Vienna, Nov. 15 Lieutenant Wag
ner roports to tho Reichspoat under
date of November 14:
"After four days' murderous fight
ing the Bulgarian army has succeed
ed In breaking through the Turkish
position at Tchatlaja and in com
pletely rolling up tne Turkish do
fense. "The Bulgarian advance Is being
pushed forward with the greatest en
ergy with the object of forcing the
Turkish troops from Constantinople."
Lieutenant Wagner sayB no defi
nite answer has been returned to tho
Turkish request for an armistice,
wTiich was forwarded to the royal
headquarters. The Bulgarian royal
headquarters recently were separat
ed from staff headquarters. The cor
respondent continues:
"I learn from a well informed per
sonage that Bulgaria will examine tho
Turkish proposals, but will not allow
them to prevent a continuation of
military operations. The army insists
upon crowning Its labors and the en
try into Constantinople will be car
ried on the same lines the Germans
followod at Paris In 1S71.
"The Bulgarian supreme command
er Is anxious before granting an ar
mistice to create a situation bringing
tho operations on this front to a
complete conclusion and leaving the
Turks no further chance for a mil
itary standpoint and so liberate the
troops for employment in another direction."
uu
NO POLITICIANS
GO WITH WILSON
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 15. Presi
dent elect Woodrow Wilson planned
to leave this afternoon for New York
where he will attend a dinner given
In his honor at the University club
by the class of 1S79 of Princeton un
iversity of which he Is a member. '
Tomorrow the governor will sail on
his steamship trip. No politicians
are booked on the same vessel, so far
as is known, and in tho retreat to
which the president-elect is oing
no one Is expected to call. The gov
ernor expects to spend the vacation
apart from politics unless there are
developments requiring comment
from him.
Mrs. Wilson. Miss Jennie and Miss
Eleanor Wilson "will accompany the
president-elect. The trip will last
a month. A single stenographer and
10 correspondents will compose tho
rest of tho party.
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BLIND BANKER
AN EMBEZZLER
Paris, Nov. 15 Augustin Max.
known tlnoughout France as the blind
banker of Paris." has created a mild
sensation in financial circles here by
surrendering himself to tho police
and confessing that he misappropri-
lated $2,000,000 of his clients' mon-
i ey.
J Max declared that he had Invest-
, ed tho depositors' funds in copper
and nickel mines in New Caledonia.
The enterprises were complete fail
ures. oo
MAKE NEW NOSE
I OUT OF FINGER
j New York, Nov. 16. A nose made
out of a finger was one cf the star
: tlinj surgical exhibitions that the
members of the clinical congress saw
i yesterday on their clinic visiting tour
Yesterday afternoon nt 2 o'clock Dr.
Clarence A McWilllamB added some
last touches to this surgical feau
A man who had lost his noso and j
could not get work on that account
applied to him. Dr. Williams liad
tho patient put the ring finger or
his left hand up to where his nose
had been, with the tip of the fin
ger pointing toward tho forehead.
Then he grafted the living finger,
making a new nose After he had
kept the man's arm In plaster of
Paris for 21 days he amputated from
! the hand whnt had been a finger, '
hut which was Blowly becoming a J
nose. By bending tile upper Joint
Dr. McWllHams made the bridge of
the uose. and It is said that when
the man grows a mustache no one
, could tell but what it was his orig
inal nose
At thp Presbyterian hospital an
unusual process of bone grafting was
shown. A patient with a diseased
Lone in his left leg was placed under
an anaesthetic and the small bono
in his right leg was removed and
transplanted to the lefL It Is one
of the few operations of the kind In
I tins country
Dr. Willie Myer, at the Post Grad
uate hrspital, removed a stomach
and again demonstrated tho sewing
machine for stitching tho stomach
back in place.
Three dogs were the subjects of
interesting demonstrations at the
Frrlham hospital. A L. Sores! show
ed how new methods mado It possi
ble to brine dying perBODS back to
life. Tho dogs were placed under
the Influence of ether and ns thoir
hearts were giving the last beats
they were aroused and made normal
in a remarkable space of time.
TYPHOID FEVER IN
THE REFUGEE CAMP
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 15. Typhoid
fover has broken out at the homes
of tho Mormon refugees and a num-
bor of additional cases aro report-
ed. Tho patients are thoso who
" were living In tho refugee camps hero
prior to the rental of houses for
them. Because of tho lack of sani
tation and the lack of bathing facili
ties it is believed that tho cases
were developed after the exodus from
Mexico.
Brighnm Pierce has been very ill
with the fever, but is now out of
-"I danger. Tho small son of I. L. Wll-
. . . .1
Get a Home of Your Own
U I have twenty-five homes in various parts of
the city to sell on the Installment Plan. Pay
ments cheaper than paying rent See me and
I will help you to become your landlord.
J. J. BRUMMITT
Phone 59. Under Utah National Bank
LEGAL.
NJTICE.
Mammoth Coal Mining Company:
Principal place of business, Ogdon
City. Utah.
There Is delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock on account of
assessment levied on the 29th day of
August, 1912, the several amounts Bet
opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows:
C? Z
? E ! I
Name. m g
Allen, A. A 12 266
302 15 70.25
Barton, M 17 420 106.50
Bullen, Newell 20 135 33.75
Buchinlllcr, Mrs. Al-
phorettd 211030 270.00
Brown, Ernest G 248 10 2.50
Boycr, H. Leo 261 16G7 410.75
Boyer, E. M 262 1667 416 751
Boyer, I. W 204 555 138.75
Barlow, William J. . . 335 35 8.75
Campbell, Luclnda .. 23 133 33.25
Cardon, E. P 27 27 6.75
Campbell, Jonathan ., 2S 108 27.00
Curtis, Geo. W 29 324 81.00
Chrlstlanson, J 30 270 67.50
Campbell, S. W 139 200 0.00
Drainey, Samuel E. . . 137 50 12.50
Gustaveson, Sanford . 41 133 33.25
Geisseler. Frederick . 42 533 133.25
Hogan, Joseph 49 213
27-1 TOi 70
Hartvigsen, J. L. ... 58 215 53.75
Head. J. A 107 53 13.25
Hartvigsen. J. F. ... 152 125 31.25
King, Thos. E 63 271
169 250 130.25
Keyes, Alma 66 54
199 100 38.50
Lofgren, Nels Ill 150 37.50
Miotus, Peter 72 266 66.50
Manning, D. E 76 270 67.50
Nielsen, Bend. 77 533 133.25
Nlclson, Hellen M. ... 194 100
273 50 37 50
Nielson, D. 0 219 500 125.00
Owens, Richard S3 53 13.25
Olsen, Lars E 166 200 50.00
Olson. Gus 241 25 6 25
Preece, M. H Si 54
174 100
266 25
268 21 50.00
Packer, Halger D. ...124 100 25.00
Parker, Gilbert 12S 500 125.00
Peterson, L. K 134 150 37.50
Parkes. T. H. G 136 600 125.00
Robinson, Ella 270 G4 3.50
Royal, Anna S6 27 U.75
Rose. O. H 259 27 6 75
Slater, James A. ... 131 125 31.25
Schroder, Walter T. . 217 200 50.90
Udall, Ah in J 269 100 25 001
Wolfley. Frederick 104 54 13.50
Walker, Wilford . ...225 "00 125.00
Walker, Franklin 226 500 12fi.u0
Yates, T. J 10C1C66 266.50
And in accordance with law, so many
shares of each parcel of such slock
as may be necessary will be sold .it
the office of the Secretary at No 237
21th SL, Ogden Cit, Utah, on me
29th day of November, 1912. at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m to pay delin
quent assessments tnereou. together
with the cost of advertising and ex
pouso of sale. J. II F. VOLKER,
Secretary
Office No, 237 24th Street, Ogden.
Utah.
son has also been suffering from
the same disease and is now in the
Sisters' hospital. The life of Loren
Farusuorth, sou of D V. Famsworth,
one of the leading men of the colo
nies, has been despaired of because
ot the ravages of the fcier, but Is
now improving.
Because of tho presence of the
threatened opidemic among the Mor
mons the church officials are now
maklnu an effort to obtain a colony
ranch "in the Pecos valley for those
who remain here in order that they
may not be exposed.
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NEVADA MAN IS
EASILY DUPED
New York, Nov 15. Guy Slsson,
a wealthy business man of Wlnne
mucca, Nev , will net leave today for
Europe to assist the famous Spanish
prisoner and bring him back to his
beautiful dark-eyed daughter Ho has
his ticket for the passage and his
trunk was delivered at the pier, but
he was discouraged by a detective
who told him that this same Span
ish prisoner has been conducting a
government swindling industry for
half a century.
Mr. Slsson drew $4,000 out of his
bank and started for Spain. He told
his wife of the $4S,000 the Spanish
prisoner had In a Chicago bank, which
Mr Slsson could obtain by going to
Madrid, paying tho jailer $3,000 to
get the prisoner's trunks, in which
was a sight draft for the money In
Chicago,
Mr. Slsson at first thought the de
tective impudent, but ho invited him
to police headquarters and showed
him a list of victims of this same
Spanish prisoner.
SAYS WILSON OWES
MORMONS NOTHING
Newark, N. J, Nov. 15. The asser
tion that Woodrow Wilson was tho
only presidential candidate who owes
nothing to the Mormon vote was made
by Miss Elizabeth Vermllye in an ad
dress at the meeting of the Wom
en's Home Missionary society of the
Methodist Episcopal conference
Miss Vermllye pointed out that the
prosldent-elcct may be able to do
more than any other man has done in
overthrowing the political power of
Senator Reed Smoot and his follow
ing. Referring to the roccnt presiden
tial campaign she said:
"Tho candidate who was elected to
the presidency laut Tuesday is tho
only candidate who owes nothing to
the Mormon vote. Somo of his work
ers suggested a Mormon plank, but
I he declined to have one. Instead he
gave his encouragement to those who
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
Maaoulc Queen Esther Chapter
No. 4, O. E. S., regular meetings held
at Masonic hall on Washington ave
nue between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth
gtrcets, the first and third
Fridays of each month. Sojourning
members cordially invited to attend.
Lily V. Halalead, W. M. Calllo B.
Cave, Secretary.
Unity Lodge. No. 18, F. & A. M..
Masonic Temple. 2E6u Washington
avenue. Meetings every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m. Members of
Sister LodgeB and sojourning brethren
cordially invited to attend. H. I
Herrington, "W. M. Felix T. Moore.
Secretary.
Women of Woodcraft Ogden Cir
cle No. 581, meets every Wednesday
night at 7:30 o'clock, K. of P. hall.
Vlstlng neighbors Invited. Dues can
be paid to Dr. Alice M. Ridge, M. D.,
57-E8 Lewis block. Elizabeth Best.
G. N., 2643 Lincoln avenue, phone
1903-J. Mario Crites, Clerk. 2731
.Monroe avenue.
Sego Lily Circle No 171 meets ev
ery second and fourth Thursday
nights at 8 p". m., In I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting; neighbors cordially invited.
Mary E. Blixt, O. N.. 451 3lBt 3L Kate
Heyman, Clerk, Bell phone 1247-J.
Od.i Fellows Ogden Lodgo, No. 5,
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
meets In I. O. O. F. hall every Tues
day evening. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to be present L. H.
Candlacl, N. G. Henry KIssell, Sec
retary. Queen City Rcbekah Lodge, No. 4,
I. O. O. F., meets second and fourth
Friday evenings at Odd Fellows hall.
Visiting members invited. Anna
Kl6sel. N G. Emma Meld, Recording
Secretary, 728 Twenty-third St
Woodmen of the Woild Weber
Weber Camp No. 74, meets In K. of
P. hall In tho Utah National bank
building every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend. Fred E. Williams,
C. C, E. Auth, Clerk, First National
bank building.
LADIES of the Maccabees, Silver hive
No. 1, L. O. T. M., meets every
lirst and third Thursday evenings ut
S o'clock, and eery becond and fourth
Thursday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock,
in Eagles hall, 2441 Hudson avo. Vis
iting members cordially invited to at
tend. Kathryn Eggleston, L. C. L.
Jennie Prout, R. K.
Modern Wctdmen of America
Utah Camp, No. 9990 meets every first
and third Tuesday evening at 2
o'clock, at K of P. hall, Twenty
fourth and Washington avenue. Visit
ing members Incited A. G. Jones.
Consul J. H. Shaf-r. Clerk.
Order of Owls Ogden Nes No.
121S Order of Owis. meets cvorv
Friday evening in Eagles' hall, on
Hudson avenue at S o'clock. Visiting
Brother Owls are Invited to attend
tho Nest meetings. V. H. Wright,
President. T. S Sbaughnessy. Sec
retary, 231 Twenty-fifth streot.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Ogden
Aerie, No. 11. F. O. E., meets every
Wednesday evening at Eagle hall.
Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting
brother Eagles aro invited to attend
the aerie meotlngs. Club rooms open
at 11 a. m. Thos. Leslie. W. Presi
dent E. R Geiger. Secretary. Dr. C.
E. Wardlelgh. Aerie Physician.
Royal Neighbors of America Meets
every first and third Tuesday nights
of each month at 8 p. m. at the
Reese Howell hall. Visiting neigh
bors invited Dues can be paid to
Mrs Anna Rics-Finley, m. D, room
21 Lewis block. India Sawyer, Ora
cle, 1918 Jackson Lillian Newton,
Recorder. 27th and Qulncy.
Royal Highlanders Meet every
i first and third Fridays at 8 p. m.. at
K. of P. Hall. Visiting members cor
idlally Invited. Andrew W. Nolson, I.
P. Win. Muller, Sec and Treas., 2582
Washington Ave.
i .
Knights ot Pythias Ogden Lodgo
I No. 2, Knights of Pythias, meets at
Castle hall, Utah National bank build
ing, every Monday evening. All K. of
Ps requested to meet with us. Geo.
7J. Hart. C C. W. G Kind, M. of E.
W. L Underwood, K. of R. & S
Brotherhood of American Yocmen
Ogden Homestead, No 1505, meets on
2 and 4 Tuesday evening at K. P.
hall. Visiting Archers are cordially
invited to meet wltb us. W. S.
O'Brien, Foreman, 2538 Grammercy
avenue. J A. Junk, Correspondent,
3202 Washington.
Order of Railway Conductors Wa
satch DiviBlou, No. 124. O. R, C,
meets second and fourth Frldnvs at
3:30 p. in., in K. of P. Hall, corner
Washington avenue and 24th Btreot.
All brothers are cordially Invited to
attend. C. H. Pearson, C. C. D L.
Boyles, S and T,
aro endeavoring to have tho facts
known. Our president-elect owes ab
solutely nothing to the Mormon vote,
and can. if he will, do more for the
overthrow of tho political power of
this organization than any other man
could have done. If tho senate Is
to be Democratic, perhaps the power
of Reed Smoot, with his arbitrary
methods as head of tho publicity bu
reau, will bo destroyed and overthrown."
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RAYNER IMPROVING.
Washington, Nov. 15. The condi
tion of Senator Isador Rayncr ot
Maryland, who lies critically U at his
home in Washington, was sllghtlv im
proved this morning.
Ogden Business Directory
Advertisements In thlc column coat
75c per line per month, payable In
advance.
ATTORNEYS
LAWYER O'COiJNOLLY, (over Nye'd
Clothing Store.) 2111 Wash avc.
Phone 393.
CARPET CLEANING
K. VAN KAMPEN Phone SS3 for up.
bolstering, mattress making, re
stretching of bed eprings
CHIROPRACTOR
F. J FREENOR. D. C; all acute and
chronic diseases Rooms 13-11,
2411 Washington ave. Ofllco hours,
9 to 31:30 a. rn., 1 to 5 p. m. 11-5-tf
EDUCATIONAL
SMITHSONIAN NIGHT SCHOOL
Young men, why do you not spend
your evenings in the night school and
fit yourself for business? You can
do It. 11-6-lmo
FLORIST
The Ogden Flower Market, 162 W.
30th. Choicest cut flowers In tho
market. Carnations and chrysanthe
mums a spoclalty. A trial order will
convince. Orders for Thanksgiving.
Phono 1849-W ll-11-lmo
FURRIERS TAXIDERMIST
FURS cleaned and remodeled: skins
dressed; work guaranteed. T. Ga
jewsky, 375 23rd street.
HOTELS
THE CRESTON Steam heated: hot
and cold water, every room; now
and modern: 50c and up Twenty
fifth 'street, opposite City park.
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you have
any kind of junk, phone u?" up; we
will call for it Bell phone, 325-K;
Inu., 725.
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS
Dr. Adna Davidson, Dr Margaret M.
Burns, office 336 th St. Phono
997-J Res. Phone 1617-J Over
Smalleys.
PAINTING, PAPERHANG1NG
PAINTING, paperhanglng a:id tinting.
Y den Hortog, phone 571 -R.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. FERN LUND, Physician and
Surgeon Office hours 11 to 4 p. m.
New Peory Bldg., Hudson Ave. Phone
196 J-W Residence phone 2129-W. 646
Wasl ington avenue 6-11-tf
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. S DONALDSON & SONS. 2452
Grar., or phone 127. 6-14-lrno
RUG CLEANSING.
NEW process; look like new; no
beatiug. no vacuum, no fading, la
ken or done on floor. Phone 1SS1
W 814 21th. 11-15-lwk
SANITARY WORK
CITY SCAVENGER, McCarty & Co..
272S Grant Bell phone 201S-W
SECOND-HAND GOODS
NEW AND SECOND HAND furniture,
clothing and shoe?, bought, sold or
exchanged, also trunks and suitcases
cheap A Slner. Phone 1321. 179 1-2
Tw.ntv-fifth St 6-13-lyr.
STOVE REPAIRS
RK -"'i NOW jho your heating
stoves a thought then Summerill.
2304 Washington Ave.
TAILORED-MADE CORSETS
SPIRELLA CORSET. Mrs. Smith.
Phone 061-W
TRUNK REPAIRING
HAVE Gallacher repair your trunks.
Ogden Trunk Factory, 2456 Grant
avenue 7-16-lmo
UMBRELLA REPALRING
PARASOLS and umbrellas recovered.
Bell 571-R. 7-5-tf
VETERINARY SURGEON
E. A. RUNDY, D. V. S. Phon 823.
Office and Hospital, 215C Washington.
READ THIsT
ADVERTISING PRICES
Want advertisements coat one cent
per word each Issue, or 5 cents per
lino of five worda per day, no first
Insertion lc93 than 25 cents, or two
or more lines per week at the rate of
2T cents per line per week, or 75
cents per lino per month. Remember
flve average words make a line. All
advertisements on this page must be
paid In advance. No execution to this
rule
HELP WANTED
FEMALE.
GIRL to help with housework part of
each day. 2342 Madison. 11-14-lwk
GIRL for cook and honsowork, family
2- good wages. 2555 Eccles avo.
11-14-lwk
WOMAN to cook in boarding house.
2621 Lincoln. 11-14-lwk
A GIRL for general housework; no
children In the family. 2456 Madi
son. 11-13-lwk
GOOD girl for general housework;
small family; good wages. 515
24th St., , H-9-lwk
CHAMBERMAID at the Virginia.
U-S-lw
t
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
.
DRESSMAKING Reasonable- prices
1451-J. 278 22d sL 10-29-lmc
HELP WANTED
MALE.
TAILOR at tho Manhattan Clothes
Shop. 2309 Wash. 11-13-tf
RY A German, good English teacher.
P. O. Box 11. - 1 1-2-21
TAILOR Manhattan Clothes Shop,
2369 Washington. 10-31 -tf
DRESSMAKING.
FIRST-CLASS dressmaking. 24S5
Jefferson ave. 11-4-tf
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished, now, clean.
comfortable housekeeping rooms, il
wk. up 536 21st St. 3-13-lyr
MODERN housekeeping apt; bath,
gas range, disappearing beds,
cheap. 226b Washington ave.
11-15-lwk
2 MODERN furnished rooms; pantry
and closet at 513.00 per month. In
quire 3024 Grant Ave. 11-13-lwk
HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 2353 Mon
roe ave. 1 1-12-1 wk
MODERN housekeeping rooms rea
sonable. 2759 Grant. 11-12-lwk
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping. 126-W. 22nd St. 11-5-lmo
FURNISHED rooms at 2824 Washing
ton Ave. Phono 2123-M. 11-5-lmo
ROOMS, also housekeeping, gas,
range. Bellman Block, 22u3 Wash.
10-21-lmo
NICELY furnished rooms, phone 70S
R. . 10-18-liuo
FURNISHED and unfurnished Hutu.
203 1 Grant. 9-20-6mo
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, furnished
and unfurnished, at Orpneum Hotel.
PhoLe 197S. . 9-6-tf
FURNISHED room; for housekeep
ing; prices to sum U.ahna. 7-2'Jtf
FREE bath; prices moderate, must
be rented. 24GS Wasoingtou Avo
7-29-tf
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
3 or 4 ROOMS, i Jeap to right parties
at my new home, 244 27th St.
10-30-tf
FOR RENT
BOARD AND ROOM.
PLEASANT rooms and board. 2177
Jefferson.' 11-12-lmo
W ANTED.
BOARD AND ROOM.
GENTLEMAN wants board and room
with small lamily. Address Box
617, City. 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED HOUSES.
FOUR and two-room houses. Inquire
2220 Lincoln. 11-14-tf
7-ROOM, modern house. 3G1 23rd St.
11-12-lwk
G-ROOM cottage, good location, close
In, $15. Apply 2155 Adams.
11-11-lwk
3-ROOM, modern brick; $2,500. O. A.
White, 362 25th St. 11-12-lwk
G-ROOM, modern, brick house. 579
24th St. Applv Horocks Bros.
10-20-tf
1 AND 5-ROOM house, $10 per mo.
Vedell. 10-lS-lmo
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS
UNFURNISHED apartments strictly
up-to-date, heat nnd hot water.
224S Jeff. avc. 11-14-lwk
FOR RENT Unfurnished flats. Ap
ply 2034 Grant ave. 10-12-tf
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES.
4 ROOMS, strictly modern; good cel
lar; very warm. S79 21st Su Phone
1474-W. 11-13-lwk
SMALL four-room house cheap. 403
7th Phone 1913-W. 11-14-lwk
5-ROOM modern brick. Inquire 275S
Lincoln ae. 11-11-lwk
FOR RENT STORES
THE VACANT building just east of
tho Standard office is tor rent, ei
ther all or pait Inquire at Standard
office. 9-26-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate.
$100.00 up, real citato contracts and
mortgages bought aud sold.
BIGHSEL INVESTMENT CO.
2478 Washington Ave. Upstalr3.
MOinEY to loan on real estate secur
ity J. J. Brummltt. 4-27-tf
MONEY to loan on watches, dia
monds, Jowelry, flreavmi, etc..
Uncle Sam's Loan Offlca. csiabllcbed
18S5. Tho Money LendcrB of Ogden
278 25th St C H, Smith, Prop
9-4-lyr.
CHATTEL loans, salary loans You
can got It today. Cheapest rates,
best aud most private terms In Utah
D. D. Drake, over Palno & Hurst
MORTGAGE LOANS on Impro-fl
farm or city property. HUNTER A
KENNEDY, 302 First National Bldg
6-12-tf
VACUUM CLEANERS
ELECTRIC Santos $1 day or 53 with
operator. Phone SS. Electric Serv
ice Co., 425 24th St. 10-29-3wk
FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS M
RHODE ISLAND Red cockerels. H
Phone 1506-J after 6 p m. .
11-15-lwk H
l
FOR SALE One fresh milch cow H
Phone G50-M. ll-ll-5t H
REMINGTON typewriter with tabu- H
lator and 2-color ribbon, $35. Good H
machines for rem, $2 mouth Type- H
v. riter Exchange, 425 24th 10-29-lm 3 1
TYPEWRITERS Baigalns ior fuic. H
rentals, supplies, tcpalns. Ogaen H
Typewriter Exchange, 425 24th st. H
Phone S3. 10-21-lmo H
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE LW
NEW modern 4-G room frame. Monroo LL
nve.. nt a sacrifice for quick sale. H
Call 21S0-J. JmM
NEW brick bungalow; bargain; easy mLw
terms. C. D. IVES, 380 2bth si.
11-6-Imo H
20 ACRES of good land C miles from H
county court houce; good water IH
right, four room house, 70 young ap- H
pie trees. Terms, 1-2 down, 7 per H
cent on balance. Tel. 23 N-2. H
25 ACRE farm, 17 acres farm or beet LL
land, good water right, S acres pas- H
lure and yard. Terms half down. 7 mWM
per cent on balance. Tel 23 N-2 H
6-ACRE chicken and fruit ranch, C. D. H
IVES, 280 25th st. 11-G-lmu H
PASTURAGE fl
PASTURING and feeding horses tor H
the winter V, J Hestmark, Kancs- H
vSUc Phono 5-N-2. 10-25-tf mLW
TRADE. M
1 1 WILL TRADE a good Irrigated farr. H
!u Uintah county with slock and
improvements for a home in Ogden H
I Address D. P It., Standard. 10-2S-:t
PERSONAL. M
PRIVATE home tor confinements; H
charges reasonable. 2177 Jeff H
11-12-iwk Lm
FOR SALE OR TRADE LU
BUSINESS property on 21th st. near LL
the postofflce, to exchange for farm H
or residence property. Phone 107S-W H
FOUND. M
FOUND Common bulldog Owner H
can claim by description and paying jH
advertisement. Address Owner, care H
Standard. ll-15-3t 1
GOLD locket; parties can have same H
by calling at Lamodo Millinery by H
Identifying and paying for this add H
11-13-lwk H
LOST OR STOLEN. H
LOST New Cornell bicycle,, No. G- LL
G163. Reward for information or H
return of same. 370 23d. 11-15-lwk H
PERSONAL M
ANYTHING for anybody. Tell no- LL
bod anything Alvord & Anything, H
Bell W. H
BILLIARD HALL FOR SALE H
BILLIARD room and cigar stand at a H
bargain Best location in town and H
doing good business. To prove thiB
will give trial for one week Address H
M. J., Care Standard. U-14-Jt H
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS H
DRIVING horse. Will keep well for
use during winter. Phone G07.
CURTAINS and laundry. 3209 Wash. H
Phone 1G44-W. 11-7-lmo H
COWS wanted. Phone 41-N2. H
10-30-lmo -M
ONE HUNDRED head of horses for H
pasture. Smith ranch, North Ogden.
Phone 3-Z, 10-23-lmo jH
LAUNDRY work, curtains. Phono IH
2C05-W. 10-lS-lmo H
RAILROAD I
XllVin; JAKD H
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1, 1912. H
(Mountain Time.) H
DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAIL- mM
ROAD COMPANY. 'H
West Bound. Arrive.
No. 3 Pacific Coast Mall.. 12:10 a.m. H
No. 409 Tintic Passenger. .11:35 a.m.
No. 1 Pacific Coast Ltd... 1:40 p.m. IH
No. 5 Chicago-San Fran- H
cisco Express 3:50 p.m.
East Bound. Depart.
No. 6 San Francisco-Chl-
cago Express 7:15 a.m.
No. 410 Tintic Passenger.. 1-10 p.m. 'jmmwM
No. 2 Atlantic Coaot Ltd.. 3:50 p.m. j
No. 4 Atlantic Coast Mall. 5:50 p m IH
Fine roadbed, elegant equipment. H
unsurpassed scenery. City Ticket Of- H
lice. Reed Hotel Bldg. 1
F. FOUTS. Agent. IH
Electric Way Between M
Ogden and Bngham H
bt-'FECTIVE APRIL 1, 1912. IH
I Trains leave Ogdeu and Urignam H
G:30 a. m 3.0U p. m. H
7.30 a. m 4:30 p m H
9-00 a. m 6.00 p. m -W-m
10:3u a. m 7:30 p. in. IH
12:00 uoon 9:C0 p. ui. IH
1:30 p.m. 11.10 p. m. IH
First train from Ogden starts trom IH
O. R. T. Depot. All others stall Irom -H
Union Depot. H
In Ogden, trains stop only at S 1- H
& Ogden Depot, O. R. T. Depot and H
Five Points. H
CANYON LINE "
SCHEDULE H
Effective Nov. 6th, 1912. H
Car will leave tho Union lcpot for H
the Hermitage at 1.00, 2:20, 3 40 an J H
Cars will leave the Union Depot for IH
the Sanitarium at G:30, 7:30, S'30 an 2 IL-M
Last car will leave tho Hermitage H
Last car will leave the Sanitarium H
at p. m. IH
On Sundays extra cars to Hcrmi- IH
tage at 10:20 and"ll:"40 a. m. H

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