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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1909 S
Advertisenlents on This Page Must Be Paid hi Advance No Exception to This Rule U
Djden Business Directory I
Adxertisoments In this column cot
75c per lino per month payable In ad
vance
ALVORD ANYTHING Bell 333
32U
ABSTRACTORS
THE D W ELLIS ABSTRACT CO
Licensed and Bonded Abstractors
of Title to any land in Webor county I
Office under First Natl Bank
ARCHITECTS
SHREEVE 8 MADSEN 1st Nat Bank
I
F C WOODS < COst Natl
bank
ATTORNEYSATLAW
N J HARRIS Lavycr Notary
Probate and Real Estate Lay Special
ties First Nat Bank Bldp Phones
E T HULANISKI AttorneyatLaw
Roorne 40740S First National Bank
building General practice
S T CORNAttorneyatLaw207
yS First Nat Bank Bldg
JOSEPH CHEZ At to r n e yAnd
Counselor at Law 40 and 41 First Na
tional Bank Bldg Ogdon Utah Both
phones Notary
R S FARNSWORTH Attorneyat
Law 31S and 315 Eccles Bldg
JOHN T POPEAttorneyatLaw
Rooms 417418 First National Bank
Bldg Ogden Utah SSU
OIGARS AND TOBACCOS
THE DEN Cigars and Tobacco
Pipe Doctors S25U
DANCING ACADEMY
Royal Dancing Academy The place
whore tho crowds GO
CONGRESS DANCING ACADEMY
nest floor and music in city
HAIR GOODS AND COSTUMES
MRS C E LEEHair Switches
Fe rale at reduced prices Hair
chiilus a specialty Masquerade coa
Ilmes to rent for balle and theaters
All mail orders promptly attended to
S21 24th SL P O Box 436
JUNK
OGDEN JUNK HOUSE If you havo
I fly kind of Junk phono us up wo
will cull for It Bell hono 325K
Ind 725
For Junk of any kind phone Jacob
son Boll G2GZ Ind 3693D IMGtf
MIDWIFE
MRS L IVERSON Graduated Mid
wife S250 Wash ATe Bell 1014Y
MUSIC
OGDEN CITY MILITARY BAND
Music furnIshed for all occasions Ind
11343724A Bell 1205 71tf
OFFICE SUPPLIES
OGDEN OFFICE SUPPLY CO
Everything for tho office 365 24th
J R DRANE Painting and Paper
hanging 2219 Madison Bell phone
7CSK1
PHOTOGRAPHERS
THE THOMAS STUDIO High
grade portraiture in Facial Crayon
and India Ink 2457 Wash Ave Both
phonos
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR A LUNDPhysIcIan and
Burgeon Office hours 10 and 12 a 1
In 12 to 4 p m 340 25th St Office I
hones Bell 616K Ind 615 Residence
J4G Wash Ind phono 502
PIANO TUNING
A H GROSE Expert Piano Tuner
Broom Hotel Satisfaction guaran
ced 8C3mo
SANITARY WORK
NELS McCARTYAll work subject
0 sanitary inspector 2728 Grant Bull
ihone 324Z
I
TRANSFER COMPANIES
JOGALONG TRANSFER Vans
lsno Moving a Specialty Aluo own
rs of Wagon Vacuum House Clean
jig Machine 328 12 25th St Both
hones 283
LADESucccGtlor to Allen Trans
I ev CoJ C Slade Lessee Furniture
Vans and Storage Office 408 26th St
Both phones 321
ALLEN Baggage Hack and Bus I
Line Baggage and passenger trans
er a specialty 412 25th Both phones
Z
UMBRELLA REPAIRING
I
UMBRELLA REPAIRING Umhrel
ins repaired nnd recovered J den I
Unrtog 928 28th StreoL Both phones
Umprellnc Repaired and Recovered
35423rd Hours 1 toG 1 Com
10301mo
UPHOLSTERING REPAIRING
K VAN KAMPENParlor furniture
upholstered and repaired varnishing
mattroFS making carpets cleaned fit
nnd laid Estimates submitted on ro
quest Phones Ind COL Boll 883X
S 9 tf
2760 Volker
A
shot
Revolvers rIfles
g1 T1tT
GUNS guns nt sacrifice
rlots Slightly used and in Al con
ultion Specify kind and write for
J rlci 8
1613 Broadway eW
A II Y Adler
York N Y
CHICAGO HOUSE
FURNISHED ROOMS BY THE
DAY WEEK OR
MONTH
330 24th Street OGDEN UTAH
WANT ADS BIUNGBIG RESULTS
RATES Of ADVERTiSEMENTS
THE PRICE OF ADVERTISEMENTS IN THE CLASSI
FIED OR WANT COLUMNS ARE AS FOLLOWS
NO FIRST INSERTION IF LESS THAN 25 WORDS
CAN BE LESS THAN 25 CENTS FOR EACH DAY AFTER
THAT ONE CENT PER WORD TWO LINES OR MORE
FOR ONE WHOLE WEEK OF SIX DAYS ONLY 25 CENTS
PER LINE BY THE MONTH 75 CENTS PER LINE NO
CHANGES ALLOWED ON ABOVE RATES ALL ABOVE
RATES LTJST BE PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
I
HELP WANTED
FEMALE
EXPERIENCED house girl 607 25th
strcoL 1123lw
ANTEDGIrl for general house
work 2530 Grammercy 1123lw
WANTEDGIrl for cooking and kitch
en work 533 26th
ANTEDA housekeeper for small
family Address stating wages re
quired p O Box 92 city 923tf
WANTED girl for general house
work no cooking 265S Adams
9lStI
APPRENTICE girls wanted at Tho
r nccss Millinery Co 2374 Wash
Ave 911tf
SITUATIONS WANTED
FEMALE
WANTED Position as cook or cham
ber work or by tho day A30 care I
Standard 1123lw
DRESSMAKING and plain sewing
Reasonable prices 235G Wash Ave
I
Ind Ml 10Stf
DRESSMAKING 2570 Lincoln
10 30 Imo
H
HELP WANTED
MALE
BARBER trade tavght in eight weeks
Graduates earn from 12 to 30 dol
lars per week Moler Barber College
19 Commercial St Salt Lake City
Tllah Glltf
FOR RENT
FUHNISHED ROOMS
FURNISHED ROOMS at 2468 Wash
ington Ave Reasonable prices
11231mo
FURNISHED room for gentleman
2311 Adams Ave 11 22 lwk
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping
Ind S79 11 22 lwk
FURNISHED ROOM for rent Gil
2Uh St steam heat 1120lw
TWO FURNISHED rooms for light
housekeeping 2927 Hudson avo E
T Brown 11191w
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 2630 Adams
llJ Sol Wit
FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSI KEEp
Ing room call after 5 p m 1S25
Washington ave 11lSw
THREE nicely furnished rooms for
housekeeping 550 22nd St or F
D Richardson 11lSw
FOR RENTNice large front bed
room with outside door 443 29th
11lGlmo
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping
2220 Lincoln 11 9 tf
MODERN housekeeping rooms 2563
Grant Ave 10 26 Imo
TWO furnished rooms for housekeep
ing 465 27th 9 21 tf
FOR KENT Housekeeping rooms
2353 Monroe 9 9 tf
FOR RENTFurnished rooms by day
week or month all outside rooms
terms reasonable ono and onehalf
blocks south of Rood Hotel Tho New
Wilson 437 Herrick avenue Deli
phone 1544 Mrs J E McAlpine
prop 9U7I
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms
171 22nd St 62Jlt
FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping
427 24th St 10 2G 1m
FOR RENT
UNFURNISHED ROOMS
THREE large rooms electric light
1000 per month 2923 Wash Ave
11 20 3t
2 AND 4 rooms 549 22nd St
11 10 Imo
FOR RENT
ROOMS AND BOARD
BOARD at the Woodmannoc 3GS 21th
Central Rooms also if desired
I
111 Imo
BOARD and room 44J ZGtii Street
C 29 tt
FURNISHED room with Board 233U
Adams i17tl
FOR HEN
UNFURNISHED HOUSES
I
SEVBNmotn modern house for rent
Inquire 2IS 29th Boll BOGY
11 22 Iwk
FOR RENT Fivoroom house 311S
Grant 12 Inquire 2548 Qulncy
1120lw
UNFURNIHSBD HOUSE 6 rooms
nindorn at 22SO Monroe Inquire
at 2287 dams or phone 3710
11201
FOR RENT Modern sevenroom
hoilM lid 3rd St Enquire 161
25th St 11191
FOR RENT Strictly modern cottage
north Washington Ave Inquire 475
25tb Stroot 11 13 tf
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
rrr
FOR RENT
I
FURNISHED HOUSES
I
SIXROOM cottage partly furnished
Call mornings 739 2Hh or 743 24th
11 22 iwk
Sixroom modern house partly fur
nished Inquire mornings 739 24th
Street 11 22 Iwk 1
I
FURNISHED house for rent 547 I
24th Call aftomonfi 1118lwk I
II
i
FURNISHED house modern Call be I
tween 9 and 12 forenoon 7G1 23rd I
SL 1115lwk
I
FURNISHED House for rent 547
21th St Call afternoons 11lSlw
FOR SALE = REAL ESTATE
I
J J BRUMMITT
Either Phone 771 2374 Wnch Ave
AN IDEAL HOME
Located four blocks south of the
Union depot a brand new liveroom
house with large spacious rooms fin
Ished In natural wood fine imported
paper massive electric light fixtures
fine porcelain hath stationary wash
stand toilet hot and cold water con
nections modern and up to date in
every detail largo lot to alloy LD
cated near school and street car lino
in good neighborhood This is the
greatest snap in real estate offered in
Ogden recently only 2200 on easy
terms low rate of Interest
RAILROAD DISTRICT
A brand new fourroom home with
large pantry closets porch electric
lights papered in elegant style new I
neat and uptodate with deep lot run
ning back to alley located near school I
and street car line four blocks south
of the Union depot 1400 on easy
terms low rato of Interest Thij is
something elegant and very cheap
HOUSES FOR RENT
Money to Loan
Jo Jo BRUMMITT
Either Phone 771 2374 Wash Ave
1115lmo I
THREEROOM HOUSE sheds elec
tric lights nicely finished 800
Wright Investment Co Under First
Natl Bank Ind S79 1123lw
FOR SALE Farm land Pay for one
acre each month and you will soon
own a farm No interest and taxes
all paid Prices 10 15 20 and 23
per acre Get plat from HUNTER
KENNEDY 212 First National Bank
Bldg Bell phone 115
LARGE furnished room and apart
ment house Big moneymaker We
dell 11 11 Imo
MODERN 7room brick house bath
pantry clothes closets C220 Jeffer
son Ave 10 30 Imo
FOR SALE Fine modern brick house
12 acre garden 2025 Jeff 10 1 tf
FOR SALE Three fine IotA 4S by
100 feet easy payments Inquire
2175 Grant Phone Bell GI2K
FOR SAr Bargains in houses and
lots farms vacant lots rooming
houses also houses and lots on tho
installment plan Money to loan Son
us before you invest 0 A White 3G2
25th street 9293m I
FOR SALE FARMS
We have some good farms for sale
Wright Investment Co Under First
Natl Bank 1123lw
GOOD SOacre farm close In with
cows horses and farming utensils j
will sell for cash or exchange for city
property Bell 200Z 11 IS Iw i
WE ALWAYS have a farm to sell
HUNTER KENNEDY 10 19 tf
= =
FOR MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALEAt once fine piano and
household furniture 571 24th St
1123tf
SECOND HAND Piano for sale 200
0 J Stllwoll Bell 102SY Ind t
It Ol w
FOR SALE Ilolida y Special 290
cash buys a fine New High Grade
Piano guaranteed HiiO to GOO val
ues Pantoue 41425lh Boll 1227Y
11lSlmo
SECOND HAND Piano for sale 200
O J Stllwoll Boll 102SY Ind G7
STRICTLY high grade piano dirt
cheap leaving city como quick
3200 Washington Boll 1275Z
IMSlwk
PIANO AND PIANO PLAYER
ONE 800 player piano can ho bought
for lion cash if taken at once brand
new playor Address Pianola care of 1
tho Standard also ono new modern I
I GGO piano for 500 on time and 450
cash never used 119tf
FOR SALEOr trade a fine new high
grade piano What have you to
trade Bell 1227Y 425 32nd
10 15 Imo
W ANTED MISC5LLANEOUS
I WANTED At tho Wosalch Orchard
Aaparegus Farm good stable ma
nure 10 25 Imo
FOUND
I
FOUND on Madison between 24th I
I and25th itrpct Opal Ring Call
at Standard prove property and pny
r n ihL oj ll 34t
MONEY TO LOAN
I
NOTES and wages of reliable em
ployes and wage earners bought and
payments received on easy weekly or
monthly installments City Loan Ag
ency 31G First National Bank Bldg
6 1 t
ON city property and Improved farms
HUNTER KENNEDY 211 First
National 430U
MONEY to loan on watches diamonds
jewelry firearms etc Uncle Sams
Loan Olllco established 1SS5 Tho
Money Lenders of Ogden 27S 25th
C H SMITH Prop 9 4 lyr
SECONDHAND STORE
NEW and secondhand furniture
bought and sold or exchanged high
prices paid for secondhand furniture
Apply 179 12 25th Phone Bell 515 Y J I
918lmo I
ANTEDTO BUY
WANTEDGood Secondhand Typo
writer Desk at once D W Ellis
Abstract Co under First National
bank 11201
REAL ESTATE wanted A few bar
gains In houses and lots Wright In
vestment Co under First National
Bank 1113tf
WANTED At the Wasatch Orchard
farm good stable manure 10 25 Imo
I
WANTEDClean white raao at the
Standard office 2 17 U
LOST
LOST on Saturday a ladys dress
skirt In the vicinity of Jackson and I
26th Reward 500 11 10 2t
LOSTWatch fob with the initials
A 15 Q on 25th between Washing
ton and GranL Return to the Atlas
Bar reward 112331
FRATERNAL
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN
Improved Order ol Redmen Hiawa
tha Tribe No3 meets In Eagle hall
Friday evenings at S oclock Visitina
chiefs cordially invited
J L BLOSSER Sachem
E R GEIGER C of IL
A B WRIGHT C of W
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Weber Camp iio 74 meets In K
of P hall in the Utah National Bank
building even Thursday evening at 3
oclock Visiting Woodmen cordially
invited to attend
A T WYKES C C
E AUTH Clerk First National
Bank Building
ORDER OP OWLS
Ogden Nest No 1218 Order of Owls
meets In Odd Fellows Hall over Elks
club every 2nd and 4th Wednesday
nights of each month Visiting Owls
cordially invited
JOSEPH OLIVER President
W M PIGGOTT Secretary
375 24th Street I
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT i
Women ot Woodcraft Ogden Circle
6S1 meet every Wednesday night at
730 oclock K ol P halL Visiting I
Neighbors invited I
Dues can be paid at Blnghams gro
cery store 25th SL tho afternoon of
the 28th of each m nth
St RAH HANSON G N 145 West
Patterson Ave
MARIE CRITES Clerk 2731 Mon
roe cvcnuo
BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN
Ogden Homestead No 1505 meets
first and third Thursday nights at
750 In Labor Union Hall 24th St
Visiting Archers cordially invited to
meet with us
HENRY BUCIIELL Foreman 252
22nd Street
0 E WILLIAMS Correspondent
192 21st Street
MA5o5it
Queen Esther Ccapter No4 O B
S Regular meetings hold at Masonic
hall on Washington aenu between
Twentyfifth and Twentjsixth streets
the first aud third Fridays of oach
mouth Sojourning members cordial
ly invited to attend
EVA F COREY W M
LILY V HALSTED Seor
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES
Silver Hive No1 meets tho 2nd
and 4th Tuesday afternoons at 230
p m In L O 0 F hall 2416 Wash
Ington Ave Visiting membora cor
dially Invited
IDA HOLLAND L C
L JENNIE PROUT R K
2455 Van Ben Ave
FRATERNAL ORUtrn O EAGLES
Fraternal Order ot ingles Ogden
Aerie No IIS F 0 E meet every
Wednesday evening In Eagle hall east
of Reed hotel at 800 Visiting
Brother Eagleu are Invited to attend
tho Aurlo incetlngo
A C FIELITZ W President
El IL GEIGER Secretary
DR H 13 FORBES Aerlb Physician
OGDEN LODGE NO 1 D OF H
Ogden Lodge No 1 D of II moots
In I O 0 F Hail 2I1G Warhlngtoc
Ave the first and third Thursday
evenings of cacb month at 730 p m
Vfsitlag slstorb and brothers cordially
Invited to attend
EDITH PROUT C of H
JENNETTE HILL Financier
L JENNIE PROUT Recorder
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS
Osilcn Lodge No2 Knights ot
Pythias meets It Castle Hall Ulnlj
National Bank building every Mon
day evening All K of Ps requested
to meet with us
I AMOS HUDSON C C
W W CROSSMAN M of E
W S UNDFftWOOD K of JL
and S
I
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Utah Camp No 9990 meets every I
Tuesday night at S p m at Eagles
Hall 25th St Visiting members In
vltod to meet with us
I A W Agee Consul
I
J H SILVFER Clerk
ODD FELLOWS I
Ogden Lodge No 5 Independent Or
dor of Odd Fellows Moots in I O 0
F hall every Tuesday evening Visit
Ing brothers cordially Invited to be
proscnL
E HtTRULLINGER Noble Grand
HENRY KISSEL Secretary
DE ARflOND IS I I
MGdRNED BY MANY I
I
Kansas City Nov 23It was in a
vain effort to save the life of his lltllo
1
grandson that Congressman David A
Do Arrnoml of the Sixth Missouri dis
trict perished In the fire that de
stroyed his home in Butter Mo car
ly today
The heroism of the congressman
vas made known lato this afternoon
when with his arms locked around
the burned body of the little boy Do
Armonds body was found Ho had
caught lip the sixyearold lad David I
D DC Armond Jr and rushed with
him through the flames that filled his
room He foil with his unconscious
burden and both sank through the
floor to quick death I
What makes the tragedy unusually i
pathetic is the fact that the grandson I
was the grandfathers Idol Tho two
wen inseparable and often slept to
gether Last night the boy went to
his grandfathers house as usual and
after a happy oeniug the two re
tired The next thing the family
heard of them was early today when
from behind tho smoke and flames
that enveloped the house the boy
screamed
Oh grandpa get me out of here
Im burning to death
Yes son dont be afraid grandpa
will take you out was the calm reply
Then both went down to their
death
I
Butler Mo Nov Congressman
Dc Armond and his littlo grandson
will not he separata in death To
night it was decided to hold a double
funeral for them Friday afternoon
Interment will bo In Oak Hill cenie
tCIv here
Word was received from Washing
ton tonight that a congressional com
mittee had been appointed to attend
the funeral Among the messages of
condolence received was ono from
Speaker Cannon
From Washington President Taft
sent the following message to Mrs
Do Armond
Mrs Taft and I arC shocked to
hear of the dreadful news We sym
palhlzc most deeply with you In your
sorrow Your husband and I were
very intimate I valued his friend
ship most highly Ho was an honest
ablo servant of the public and a pa
triot My heart goes out to you in
jour loss
PLAIN CITY SCHEDULE EFFEC
TIVE NOVEMBER 24TH 1909
Week Days
Leavo Leave Leave Arrive
25th Five Plain Five
Street Points City Points
620 am 635am 730am 815 am
410pm 125pm 515pm GOOpm
Sundays and Holidays
Leave Leave Leave Arrive
25th Five Plain Five
Street Points City Points
740 am 755 am Sl5am 930 am
1040 am 1055 am 1215pm 130 pm
440 pm 455pm 545 pm 630 pin
Fare from Plain City to Five Points
15c each way
Faro from Farr West spur to Five
Points lOc each way
Fare from O S L track to Five
Points 5c each way
Commutation tickets will be good on
this line Tickets can be purchased
six 6 for 25 cents or twentyfour
24 for 100
OGDEN RAPID TRANSIT CO
By J A BAILEY SupL
Louis XV bowknots of velvet
silver crepe de chine or any desired
material appear ou fancy dancing
frocks
FRATERNAL
Queen City Rebekuh Lodge No 4
1 0 O F Moots second and fourth
Frid evenings at Odd Fellows hall
Visiting members invited
LAURA M WIANT N G
AMANDA JENKINS Rec Secy
B OF R T
Brotherhood Railway Trainmen 0g
den Lodge No CS meets every Thurs
day evening Eagles Hall at 8 p in
C D SIMPSON President
R A IRVINE 272 2Gth Secy
A B CAMFJELD Treasurer
2419 Monroe
3 P O ELKS
B P O Elks Ogden Jxjdge No 719 I
lodge and club rooms second floor
241C Washington avenue Regular
meetings every Tuesday evening
I JOHN S CORLEW Exalted Ruler
J H KNAUSS Secretary I
ORDER RAILWAV CONDUCTORS
Wasatoh Division No 124 O H C
meets second anr1 fourth Fridays at
230 p m In K of P hall corner
Washington avenue and 24th atreot
All brothers arc cordially Invited to
attend
OEO ALLEN C C
D L BOlLE S and T
ROYAL NEIGHBRS Ot AMERICA
Excelsior Camp l 3240 meets
every second nnd fourth Iondav oven
ing of each month at the Eagles jalJ
Visiting membars cordially Invited
MRS MRV DORA Oracle 365
Twentysecond street
JOSIR RHEA Recorder 158 22nd St
Sego Lily Clrclu 1co 171 meets ev
ery cccond and fourth Monday nights
at 730 In I O 0 F hall Visitinc
neighbors cordially invited
MINNIE MULLER G N
3057 Porter Avenue 1
KATE HEY tAN Clerk 23SV 1
23rd Street j
ROYAL ARCANUM
I
Fraternal Benq Iarr Order In
cures men at reasonable rates Accu
mulated emergency lund nearly tire
million dollars Rocky Mountain Coun I
cil No 637 meets sccoud and fourth
Thursday at I O O P hall 211G I
Washington avenue H L Peterson
Regent J W Wotherspoon Collector I
G n Roberts Secretary
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS
Tho Royal Highlanders meet the I
first and third Mondays at Eagle I I
Hall Dues can be paid from 2 to 5
offIce of G W Green on the 25th of
oach month Visiting members cor I
dially Invltod
J H GRACE J P
ALICE COLLINS Sec Treas
102GJ
VICE = CO rSUL TO
GET INFORMATION
Washington Nov 23Delay on the
part of the United Slates In taking
action with respect to the killing b
order of President Zclaya of Nicara
gua of two Americans Groce and Can
non It developed today Is occasioned
by the Inability of the government to
fix the exact status in Nicaragua of
the slain men
It was explained that every effort
was being made to determine whether
these men were in fact members of
the revolutionary army or whether
they were acting on their own respon
sibility when they were captured l
it can be proven as seems doubtful
that they were really responsible for
I placing mines to blow up troopships
of tlio Nicaraguan government and
I were acting In this matter on their
own responsibility their status would
bo different from what It would bo
were they acting as a port of the revo
lutionary forces It is this principal
tho department is trying to clear up
before it lakes any aggressive action
I against Zelaya
I Seeking Information
I The American viceconsul at Mana
gua has boon instructed to obtain all
possible information Until this is re
ceived It Is doubtful If the United
States will take any stops looking to
the chastisement of Zelaya beyond
putting itself in a position to act
promptly should occasion require
It is believed that plans for the con
I centration of warships and marines
on the Nicaraguan coast will continue
and possibly this show of force will
I stimulate energies of the revolution
ists and result in large accessions
to their army from disaffected por
tions of tho country now held by Ze
laya
Navy Department Ready
The navy dopartment it was an
nounced today Is ready for any de
velopment growing out of the Nicara
guan affair
Overtime work has resulted In put
ting the troopship Prairie now at tho
Philadelphia navy yards in a condi
tion to sail any moment after Thurs
I day with lOa marines who are Inv
j mcd lately available for transportation
j to Nicaragua if necessary this num
I her can be increased within a few
hours notice to 700 or even 800
I Although the naval ofllciuls disclaim
I any knowledge of what the stale de
partment is doing In a diplomatic way
in connection with the Nicaraguan
situation it is known that they art
hourly in expectation of receiving or
ders to direct the Prairie to sail and
they would not bo In the least sur
prised If other warships were expect
ed to the Nicaraguan coast
I Everywhere in the state and navy
departments there is a fooling of expectancy
I pectanox everyone believing that tho
United States is about to take a de
cided step with respect to Nicaragua
Memphis Nov 23That Leroy Can
non gained the lasting enmity of Pres
ident Zelaya of Nicaragua by his par
ticipation In the war between Nicara
gua Honduras and Salvador in 1904
j was the substance of a statement
I made today by J I Mather of this
cityMr
Mr Mather met Cannon in 1901 aft
er he had fled to Mexico having been
exiled by Nicaragua and Honduras
and later spent some time in Puerto
Cortez Honduras after Cannon had
returned there In an effort to recover
his estates which had been confis
cated
Cannon was one of the best known
I men In Central America said Mr
Mallior He owned large estates in
j Nicaragua and Honduras but was
I exiled from both countries after the
j war with Salvador in 1904 He was
i charged with having aided Salvador
I He was In command of a large mill
I tary district in the war and In that
way gained the lasting enmity of
I
President Zelaya
I
j New York Nov 3Tho battleship
j Missouri came into port today from
I Newport RI The fact that the big
warship came in response to a rush
I order gave rise to reports that tho
move was in connection with the
I Nicaraguan situation However it
I was stated at the New York navy
II yard today that the Missouri so far
j as was known was merely dropping
I In hero on her way to the battleship
rendezvous at Hampton Roads whero
I a Meet is under orders to assemble
December 1 in the course of the usual
winter naval practice
MANY LIDS FOR THE
COftlIN6 BIG FIGHT
California and Nevada the Only
States Where the Battle
Can Be Held
By Ed W Smith
Chicago Nov 2IThcro used to
bo melancholy days in those days
of November but they have turned
out foolish days since the bidding
or the JeffriesJohnson battle became
a popular fall pastime Just run
your iyc over the appended list of
bids for the big battle and then on
I alf your fingers with thumbs barred
calculate how many of thorn arc Oil
I the aquarc and worthy of more thau
n moments consideration
After all of the bids have been run
vor including llngo frmn foreign I
antIs the fact is brought out glaring
y that California Is to pot this hnttlt
o a great big certainly If Indeed
hero IK not a tacit understanding
Ight now that m Ios it positive With
allfornla and Nevada tho only two
states In the country that can moot
properly the conditions of the articles
of agreement signed by the two mon
and nobody In Nevada giving a rap
whether the battle comes thorp or
iot California has Just about a walk
over for the prize
Is It ioing to bo a prIze at that
prico This Is a bIg question In ad
dllf n to the list herewith put to the
thousands of readers there will be
bids made that escaped ua Perhaps
the enterprising correspondents for
I got to get them properly placed and
perhaps Sam Berger or George Little
i might accidentally have placed the
bids In their pockets and forgotten
I all about them lint there aro enough
here to Indicate the ccneral tenor of
Il
the bidding and to display JU uttcn
idiocy and uselessness
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Governors Block Plan
In most cases where the bids from I
certain stales woro brought to the at I
tention of the governors of those
states there came a prompt state
ment from the executives that noth
ing of the kind would be permitted
by them In such cases the plans
wore wiped off in a hurry
The one disappointment along these
lines was the bid offered by the Miller
brothers 01 Oklahoma proprietors of
the 101 ranch I have good reason
to know that this was a bona tide bid
made In the right way and backed
up by many thousands of dollars In
addition to the forfeit tho Millers wcro
prepared to post with the right party
The Millcir were not looking for ad
vertising and arc keenly disappointed
at tho governors refusal to counte
nance tho scheme
It is so palpable that some of the
Lids arc jokes while others are made j
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merely for the brief bit of attention j
they would attract to some otherwise I j
unheardofplace on an unmapped ter
ritory that they aro not worthy of
second thought
The 100000 bid from Coalings j
Cal never was made in sincerity ac
cording to Sam Berger Jeff said the
wires got crossed Tho Washington If t
Idaho Utah and South Dakota bids I
have terference boon killed by gubernatorial In II
i
The France affair is not likely to be
considered seriously and neither Is
Mclntoehs offer for England or Au I
tialla Jeffries refusing to land and
Johnson will have nothing to do with I
Australia So that about settles tho 1
foreign bug I
Bat Nolans Nevada bid looks like
ono of the Danes little press agency 4
dreams Nevada will not he serious J I
j ly considered
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EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE
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Oregon Short Line Nov 24th 25th j
110 round trip Good to return 29th j
nine trains to and from the cap l
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NOTICE
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Will Pay City Warrants
Notice Is horoby given that the im
I dorslpned Treasurer of Ogden City
will at his office on and after this L
date pay city warrants bearing reg I
istry numbers from A4100 to AISQO 1 I i
both Inclusive and B1100 to B4SOO
both Inclusive 1
And further that all such warrantr 1
not presented to me for payment 01 11
or before December 2nd 1909 wil
cease to draw interest thereafter I
Signed THOMAS B FARR I
City Treasurer i I I I
Dated Ogden Utah November 23V ii j
1909
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THANKSGIVING EXCURSION VIA
THE DENVER RIO GRANDE
Ono faro for tho round trip to al
points In Utah Ono dollar and ten
cents 110 to Salt Lake City and
return Tickets on sale Nov 24th and
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25th limit returning Nov 29th
PHOTO COUPONS Before buying
or using coupons already purchased
see the 50c dozen photos at The Tripp
Studio It will save you money not to
usa your coupons I
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THANKSGIVING DAY CHEAP i
RATES Ii
Via Oregon Short Line on sale I
Nov 24 25th Good to return until i
Nov 29th To and from any point I
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UNION DEPOT
TIME CARD I
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 10 1909
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Mountain Time
JNION PACIFIC R R CO I I l
Trj I
No1 Eastbound Depart r
JOIFast Mall 820 am
SILos Angeles Limited 115 pm I I ill
Overland Limited 230 pm 1
I Atlantic Express 740 pm
No j Westbound I Arrive ii
CalifornIa Express G45 am
Fast Mall 1255 pm l
Overland Limited 11 350 pm I
7Los Angeles Limited G36 pm 1
OREGON SHORT LINE R R CO I
oNorth of Ogden I Depart I
Butte and Portland 100 am
131 xOqdcnMalad motor 845 am
13 Idaho Express 920 am
Butto an > l Portland 400 pm
111Cnche Valley Passer 535 pm
x Dally Except Sui 1ay
No1 North of Ogden j Arrive
IGISalt Lake Express635 am
12 Salt Lake Passenger 1030 am I
c Salt Lpko Special 350 pm
l32xMaladOgdcu Motor 1 505 pni
14 Portland Express 940 pm
xDaily except Sutay
Nol South of Osden I Depart
10 Salt Lake Express 716 am
G Local to Salt Lake 840 ar
12 Cache Valley Express I 1040 am
I 2 Fast Mall 116 pm
Overlaud Limited 230 pru
Salt Lnko Special 400 pm
I 20 Salt Lake Express 545 pm
18 Los Angeles Limited C5G prn
I 14Utah Express 1 950 pm
i Nol South ot Ogden I Arrive
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Butte and Portland 12cO am
fi AtlantIc Express 8 10 aD j
13 Idaho Express 9053m It I
1 Snit Lake Local 205 Pm
17 Los Angeles Limited 105 pm
21 Overland LimIted 205 PJJJ I
31Butoo and Portland 330 pm I
11Cacho Valley ExprCt9 525 PJ1 I
191Atlantlc ExllrosS 710 Pm L
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SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO
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No j Westbound I Depart
3 Pacific Exprcss cco am
9 Fast Mall 135 pm I
1 Overland Limited 410 pm j
S Pacific Express 420 Dm t
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No1 From West I ArrIve U
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GIAtlnntlc Express j 620 am
10 Fast Mail I 710 am
Overland Limited 210 pfro 4
4jAtlantlc Express I G35 pm p
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