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g THEOGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, APRIL 17 1920 ' H
Commanding General Does
Not Connect Strike With I.
W. W. Propaganda.
IN CHICAGO IMPROVE
Charters of Two Lodges Re-!
voked and All Striking Mem-
bers Ordered Back. j
CHICAGO, April 3C Major General !
Leonard Wood, commander of llio ccn- ,
Iral department, U. S. A., who returned ;
10 Chicago yesterday Trom his eastern j
t-penking tour, because of the insurg j
iu strike of railroad workers, tonigh
. J.id he did not find "any evidence of
connection between the railway men'.' i
rinke and Industrial Workers of the
World activities." General Wood do-'
dared he found traffic conditions ini
proving throughout the department.
Attorney General Palmer on Wednes
day declared reports from his depart- i.
mr-nt linked the "illegal" switchmen's j
v r.lkout with I. W. W. plans for "one
big union," and a nationwide walkout, j
Military intelligence1 ,r.'lcers here j
hr.u been unable to find any conncc- J
I t m between the two, General Wood i
Ij ' 1 am leaving tonight for Nebraska
and probably will return Sunday,-' he
General Wood added lhat he would
1 ri main on leave for the present as
3 nothing in the situation here nincit
' necessary his presence at department
I Two Charters Rcvckcd.
I " After revoking the charters of two
I CI icago lodges of the Brotheihood or
X Rf.ilroad Trainmen, and one San Fran-
Cisco lodge, A. V. Whitney, vice presl
j. dent of the brotherhood, today ordered
ij all striking members of l he orgnnlza
'g tion in the Chicago terminal district
f If- return to work by midnight Satur
1 da or suffer expulsion from ihc tin
lJ ior. with loss of their seniority rights,
j!; With twenty-five leaders of the in
I i mii gent forces under arrest in Chicago
I ': charged with violating tho J,ever act,
I ) , Ihe movement of freight .ind livestock
I approaching normal, and the return of j
I many striken to duty, rail chiefs and j
I W Motherhood officers declared the walk-1
I iff ( which started more than two
I v i eks ago, was definitely broken
L; j Grunau Member of 455. i
L'J' Among the local unions whoso ch ar
il . ' itrs were revoked was lodge 456 of
lj hv Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
lL r.iilroad, of which John Grunau, head
It! of the outlaw yardmen's association.
I I v.as a member. It was the walkout
I ul seven hundred switchmen on this
111 rcrd that started the strike which sub
i r quently spread 10 many railroad een
mm lt-rs throughout the country.
HI John Grunau, Harold Heading, pres
H ictcnt of the United Engincmen's as
H foliation, and four other men, arrested
B jesterday by federal agents, announced
W they would not put up bonds for their
B "I do not know what the other men
ft are going to do," Grunau said, "but I
A j am not going to arrange bond. 1 am
I placing myself in the hands of the
Fourteen Men Give Bond.
Martin Kinney, Shannon Jones, Jno.
Logan and Hugo Uadke said the
vould go to jail rather . than furnish
j bond, but fourteen others who were
J released yesterday on their own recog
nizance, gave ?-10,000 bond for ihe'u
release today before United States
' Commissioner Mason.
R. S. Murphy, spokesman for the
yardmen's association, blamed brother-!
hood officers for the arrests. Ho said 1
the men simply quit their positions 1
ana were not strikers. Five men for
"v.hom warrants were issued have not
Stockyards Receipts Normal.
Stockyards receipts were virtually
normal today, the railroads reported,
70S cars being received. The move-'
mojit of livestock to eastern points '
V also was reported normal with frost, j
; meat shipments at sixty per cent o
normal. There were 4 SI locomotive-
l in operation in Chicago today compar
cd with 443 yesterday.
I. "2 1ePlc Prefer pills !
I, flV provided prompt and j
s proper performance i
xv proves promise. ,
i ''"A Besfham's Pills are ,
Urn U3ed ly people all
3iS&J?2q ovef the globe and
have the largest sale
I any medicine in
vjj3j the world !
' Sold IF&pjjl S la brL3. I
j vrhcro. JO.LL10' j
State or Ohio, City or Toledo, Lucas j
! IJ County as.
Frank J. Cheney malccn oath thai ho Is I
. o senior partner of tho Arm of. F, .T. Cheney I
X & Co.. doing business In tho City of To-
' ledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and tint i
I said Arm will pay th sum of ONE HUM- i
! K DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh j
. 1 that cannot bo cured by the use of I
- i HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Bworn to bforo mo and subscribed In
J my presence this 6th day of December, I
j. A. D. 1!8.
I. (Seal) A. "W. Gleaaon. Notary Public. ,
if HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la talc-
t ' n Internally and acta throurh the Blood
I t? on tho Mucous Surfaces of tho System. !
j j Druggists. Tic. Testimonials free,
F. J. Cheney &. Co., Toledo, Ohio.
HAVE COLUH CHEEKS
Be Better Looking Take
! Olive Tablets
H -! To have a clear, pink 'skin, bright !
l 1 eves, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy f
H like childhood days, you must keep
' -sour body free from poisonous wastes,
H 1 Dr Edwards' Olive Tablets (a vege-
H table compound mixed with olive oil)
H .'. , act on the Uver and bowels like calomel
H - 1 'vet have no dangerous after effect
j ' Take one nightly and note results.
Hki They start the bile and overcome
constipation That s why millions of
Hj ! boxes arc sold annually 1 Oc and 2oc
Rep. Madden Says Favorites
on Inside Were Given
WASHINGTON, April 17. Charges
that "favorites" of war department of
ficials had realized from 100 to 500 per
jeent profit on resale of surplus army
supplies wcro made In the house by
Representative Madden. Republican of
Illinois. There was "Rood authori
ty," ho snid, for statements lhat such
supplies were not made available for
sale until dealers on the "inside" had
eompleteu their arrangements. The
charge was made during debate on the
army appropriation bill and Repre
sentative Madden did not comply with
Democratic demands that he name the
men involved. Chairman Kahn, of the
military committee, however. an
nounced that the charges would be
brought to the attention of committees
investigating War expenditures.
Mr. Madden's statement cam? at the
closu of discussion on tho $377,250. (n
military budget for the next fiscal
year, which was passed and now goes ,
to the senate. Under it the national
guard, now In the process of reorgan
ization with an nggiegate membership
of 12O.C00 men would be limited to
The house appropriated the sum or
$22,700,000 for cleaning up war work,
the largest of these items being $11.
700.000 for keeping the American
troops along the Rhine.
for Student Fight
AL'.STIN. Texas. April 17. As a re
j suit of a class fight on March 1, in
j which a number of minor injuries were
jlnfllc:?d, neither the sophomore nor
ihc freshman class at the University
of Texas will he allowed to hold recep
tion. for the next two years, accord
ing toann announcement by the presi
dent today. Four hundred sixty-four
siudems alleged to hao participated
in the right received sentences rang
ing from being placed on disciplinary
nrobnlion to suspension for iwo weeks
; without the privilege of taking spring
'examinations. Payment for damages
to the building in which the fight was
staged, said the president, must be
made within ten days or all mrn in
volved will be suspended.
Greet Lloyd George
On Arrival in France
MARSEILLES. April 17. (Bv the
Associated Press) David Llovd
George, the British prime minister, ar
rived today on board the steamer Cal
dera. He received representatives of
the press, to whom he expressed senti
ments of tho most sincere affection for
Franco, "who remains the c'mmpion
of the world's' liberty,"
"I is thus I have always anproached
problems which concern her." Lloyd
George added. "X cone knows better
terrible sacrifices she has made. Il
is animated by this appreciation lhat
I now am going to San Rcmo.
"By close union, we have won the
war. It Is ojtly by this same union
that we can assure the fruits or vic
tory. We must march on together.
The end is not yet. We must remain
"The best way to level difficulties
is to employ the utmost frankness.
Ihe future of civilization depends
upon the maintenance of the union be
tween France and Great Britain "
Shortly after landing. Mr. Llovd
left in an automobile for Nice
Lake Take Irrigation
Project Is Bkked
AUBURN. Calif.. April 17. Secre
tary Payne has ruled that the natural
nm of Lake Tahoe will noi be cut as
urged by the federal reclamation ser
vice to provide for an irrigation pro
ject, according to a telegram received
here today from Representative
The secretary ruled further that
court proceedings would be taken to
determine therlghts. ir any, of the
federal government in and to the out
let of Lake Tahoe. the message stated.
and Light Standard
A combined ventilation and light
standard hasvbeen erected at the
comfort station on Washington ave
aud Twenty-fourth street. It replar-es
the unsightly brick ventilating flue
that was lorn down as soon as it was
Beaifis and Funerals
MORLEY Funcy-al services for Thorn
as Morley will be held at 2 o'clock to
morrow in the Ninth Ward meeting
house, with Bishop Ridges officiating
Ihe body may be viewed today and to
morrow until 1:30 o'clock at the Lind
nuist funeral parlors.
SENTENCE OF DEATH
KANSAS CITY, April 16. A tele
gram was received late today by Mrs.
L S. Stroud, mother of Robert F
Stroud, sentenced to hang at the fed
eral penitentiary at Leavenworth. KaS
April 23, stating that her son's sen
tence had been commuted by President
Wilson to life imprisonment. The tel
egram was signed by Secretary Tumulty.
Everyone should take a cleansing
purifying laxative Remedy this month!
Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is a
great Spring Cleanser fiz-ik. A. R.
Mclhtyrc Drug Co. Advertisement.
This is a picture of Miss Leslie'
Frost, who covers first base for
the Barnard College girls' team in
New York. She enn go up after
the hfgh ones. The girls are
practicing daily now. -
NO, M EVER ! MEVER WOULD
SHE OFFEND "3EST FRIEND"
TOPEKA. Kan. Police Chief llan
non was given another insight into
the queer wavs of women' the other
When Hannon answered a pro
longed ring on tho telephone an ex
ited woman's voice gasped: .
"My neighbor's chickens are ruining
"iy garden. Come right down here
ml shoot them."
The chief explained that a complaint
would have to bo sworn out,'
"Oh. I couldn't do thai," fairly
shrieked the owner of the garden.
'She's one of my best friends. 1
wouldn't offend her for the world."
No, the chief didn't swear that is,
not until vafter he had' carefully re
placed the receiver on its hook.
IOWA'S "MAM OF - - ,
MYSTERY" DEAD AT 83
BEDFORD. la Bales Huntsman, S3.
Iowa's "man of mystery," is dead.
Huntsman was a member of a band
oi treasure seekers whose efforts to
locate $90,000 buried on the "Klondike"
'arm 'in Taylor county caused blasted
lives, untimely deaths and an unsolved
Huntsman came prominently into
:hc public eye a few years ago. when
he was ma.de a defendant in a murder
ease, involving the slaying of a
wealthy cattleman in 186S a crime
once laid at the door of the James
An ounce of gold is sufficient to gild
a silver wire 1300 miles long.
The first recorded eclipse was
March 19. B. C, 92L at Sl 0 p. m.
MAN STATE FORGOT
Eight times Charles Douthitt, held
In the death house of the Eddyville
(Ky.) penitentiary, where murderers
are executed, Baw men go to the elec
tric chair from "Death Row," where
he was incarcerated while two gov
ernors declined to set a date for hh
execution, finally passing the matter
up to their successors. When Gov
ernor Morrow took office January 1
last he had never heard of Douthitt,
but on learning the facts in his caso
commuted his sentence to life im-
In this disease it is important that
the cough be kept loose and expectora-i
tion easy. This is best accomplished
b giving Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. That preparation also tends to
liquify the tough mucus, making it
eusier to expectorate and renders the
fits of coughing less frequent and less
severe. It has been used in many epi
demics of this disease with the best
results. U contains no codeine or oth
er narcotic. ' ' '
Flight From Washington
to Ottawa in Four Honrs!
OTTAWA, OnL, April 16. An air-'
plane flight from Washington, D. C
to this city by United States army avl
atorS was made today In four hours
and two minutes, exclusive of a stop
at Ithaca, N. Y. The pilots were Col
onel Hartney and Captain Douglas.
FAIR COOL WEATHER
PREDICTED FOR WEEK
WASHINGTON. April 17. Weather
predictions beginning Monday arc:
Upper Mississippi and lower Mls-j
sourl valleys and Rocky mountain and'
plateau regions: Generally fair, cool
first half; normal temperature latter'
Pacific states: Generally fair, nor
FRENCH TROOPS WILL
RANK KURT. April 17. General
do Met!! and the Tfflrtj -se enth di
vision of ihe French army. of ocebpa-J
tion on the right bank of the Rhino
will withdraw from Frankfort to
Wiesbaden next Sunday, according to
an announcement made this aflonioon
ol the French military he.idquurters.
The Eleventh division under General'
Vidalon and the Belgian troups will I
remain In the newly occupied terri
tory. ' j
TO EXTEND SCOPE Of I
. MUSIC IN U. S. ARMY
According to a bulletin received to
day by Serg. E. a. Stumpf of the Og
den army recruiting station, Prof.
John P. Marshall, of Boston universi
ty, has been appointed by the general
siafr development expert" in music for
tho army. Music has been added to
the list of subjects included in the pro
gram of the education and recreation
branch, war plans division, general :
starf, and instruction will be provided ,
at all army camps and posts for men
who desire to study band and orches- '
ii. ii limn uuiuiii5, ana sucn outer
branches or music as are found' practi
cable. During the summer. Professor
Marshall will arrange courses of study
and will begin work in tho camps
November 1st. He will organize a
corps or leachers who will include of
ficers and band leaders already in the
service, and civilians whore no ofricers
or band leaders are available.
This gives to all young men who
wish to learn any kind or music a very
good opportunity to become firstclass
musicians In the army and arter their
enlistment in civil lire.
Enlistments and rc-cnlistmcnts fori
one year periods are now authorized
for the coast artillery corps for ser-'
vice within Ihc continental limits of(
the United States. Previous service!
will not be a requisite Tor such cn
An Ordinance Crmtln Sower District N6.
HI. mid L-vinK imrl Assessing n Spe
cial and I-or.-il Tn on tlio Property
Abutting Thoroon to Dpfrav the Costs
and Expenses of Building Sewcra There
in. Be it ordained by the Board of Commls
mission)rs of Ogden Cltv. Utah:
Section 1. That all that port Patterson
Street between Grant and Pacific Ave
nues. Thirtieth Street between Wall Ave
nue and a point t. 032.8 foot west of Wall
Avenue. Bin ford Street between Wall Ave
rue and .i point 3C2.0 feet west of Wall
Avenue, and Twenty-seventh Street be
tween Wall Avenue and a point 631.7 feet
west of Wall Avenue, bo and hereby Is
created a sewer district and Is named i
Sewer District No. III."
Section 2. A special and local tax Is
hereby levied and assessed upon thj
blocks, lots and parts of lots and blocks,
lands and real estate bounding, abutting
and adjacent to tho said Sewor District
No. 111. for a distance of S.S31.C lineal
This tax Is levied and assessed to defray
the cost and expense of building In said
district pipe sowers. together with tho
necessary manholes, also for extendlns' six
inch sewer sorvlco lateral connections
irom tho main to the back of the curb line
lor. both 3ldes of Thirtieth Street between
YaII Avenue and a point I 032.S feet west
of Wall Avenue, and all other things nec-
j cs.'ary to complete the whole in a proper
manner opposite all the pioDcrtv herein- '
after described to he csueclallv benefited
nnd affected by such improvement, and II
is hereby ad Indeed dctprmlnerl nnd mtnh. i
liehed that the same will be especially
benefited thereby to the full amount of
the tax hereby levied and assessed, and
fald parcols of land are hereby assessed
according lo the lineal front feet and
siuare foot of area upon said streets abut
ting thereon to a depth of 100 feet bacK
Section 3. And the total tax hereby
levied and assessed upon snld parcels of
land is ?2l.ttl.00. which is the total cost
of said Improvement and Is levied and as
sessed in accordance with the provisions
oi this ordinance for the purpose herein
mentioned which are further described as
J9.1CS.S3 of the total tax. being 51.-S3-U31
per lineal front foot and SO.031G06S
per square loot of area, constitutes the
total cost of bulldlnp pipe sewers, togeth
er with the necessary manholes and for
extending six inch sewer service lateral
connections on both sides of tho street
from the main to the back of the curb
line, and all other work Incidental there
to, on Thirtieth Street between Wall Ave
nue and a point 1.032,8 feel west of Wall
Avenue, and Is levied and assessed In ac
cordance with the provisions of this ordl
rancc on Lots 1 to 26 inclusive. Block 2.
Kind's Addition. Ix)ts 1 to 35 Inclusive.
B.ock 3, King's Addition, Lots 20 and 21.
Oi'-rffr,0 c iA?' i0Ulh Klon Siirvev. all In
IL At? Sl,"'W". lo a depth of IOC
foot back fit)in the street lino.
. 5Ioi'i?,7 of the total lax be-
ioMSP1 "or "ncai front foot and
50.0JS3S90-I Per square foot of area, con
stitutes tho total cost of building pipe
cwcrs. together with the access "v n an
gles, nnd jill other work incidental it lere
VnXrJ 'llcrfon Street between Gw,it and
m- flo Avoiiuos Clnford Street between
irftl.'yei,l., ,,ml a J)alnl "G2-9 fet west
of U all Avenue and Twcnlv-sovenlh
f I0- fii.eilWOt,M. w,.n Avenue and a point
levi,C0L,W',8t of Avenue, and is
cued ami asseaswl in accordance with
be provisions of this ordinance on Lois i
In Inclusive. Block 3. 1 lerriniarrs Addi
t on; Lots 16 to :io Inclusive. Block Vller
ilman'f. Addition; Lots 1 to 12 Indusive
B lock I. Herrlmnn's Addition; J.ots 12 to
tfn.nnnw1Vfr U,ock J- "crrir-.ans Addi
tion, part of an unnumbered tract of land
. mock o. South Opden Survey? Lots 12
to 1C Inclusive and Lot 20 io 3". inclu-
rlYn Cl,C Sf cntrnl P;rk Annex: Lo S
5 to 0 Inclusive and !,ots 3D to 33 Inclu-
inT- i,0?U P- CpIi!t,aI r'a,I; Annx: Lots
to 1, Inclusive, Block i. Central Park An-
tV?1,? V 17 -"vo. Block 3. cc":
t al Park Annex; Lots 1 to lu Inc usiv
PIo..Cnlc, 3-, c-"l"'l Park Addition - Lots
lo 20 Inclusive Block I. Ccn tin I Pai Al.
A W) S 1 10 2fi Inclusive. Block -
Cen nil Park Addition; Lots 27 to "v In
clusive. Block B. Central Paik Ad, itlon
PivApa,'t .r .V ! 2 7 a S. Block
l;ive-Aere Plat "a," nil In Oijden City
u;e'mrce,t,anedC,,th f 100 fCt bi,ck
Section I .Said tax sbull become due
payable and delinquent In five Install
ments, as follows. One-fifth thereof shall
li?,?nr( ?"nf,,e,nl ln on" W 'nor Th"
I date of the ordinance confirming the levy
L.Vi" Z01' 1,10 Payment of such Im
pJovemont becomes effective, one-fifth
hof 1 r' ?'caiB nftor s"ch ordinance
becomes effective, one-firih thereof In
effective one-fifth thereof In four vears
.alter such ordinance becomes effective
and one-fifth thereof In five vmrs after
such ordinance becomes effective lOacb
and every Installment of mid tax shall
bear Interest at the rate of nix (',) per
cent per annum from the date of (he or
dinance conrirmliiK the Uix levy becomes
effective and all installments shall boar
interest at the rale of oipht (8) per cent
per annum from the date of delinquency
Section 5. This ordinance shell take
enccl upon Its passage, approval and pub
lication. Adopted and passed bv the Board of
Aprl.mmi?.M0 f 0GV,Cn Clly' -Utah-
. PRAXIC FRAN'CIS. .Mavor.
r. T. MOVES. City Recorder
Stale of t'tali. County of Weber, ss
lr.il C;-?xM?yQ3L CllJ Recorder of OKden
City. I tab. hereby certify that the above
and foregoing is a full, true and correct
icepy of an oidlnance entitled "An Ordl
I nance Creating Sewer District Xo HI.
ifind Levying and Assessing a Special and
Local Pax on the Property Abutting
Thereon to Defray the Costs and Expense
of Building Sewers Therein. " adopted and
passed by the Board or Commissioners of
said Ogden City on the toth day of April.
1020. as appears of record In nn- office
In witness whereof. I hive hereunto set
my hand and affixed tho cornoratc seal of
Ogden City this lGtli day of "April. 1320.
cal) c, T. MOVES.
.... City Recorder.
Published April 17tb. 1020. in The Ogricn
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
V. N'ot'co is hereby given by the Board ol
( ommfssloners of Ogden City. I'tah. of the
Intention of said Board of Commissioner
to mako the following described Improvc-nic-nt.
to-wlt: To create Liberty Avenue
between Twenty-sixth and Twcntv-sev-eiith
Streets. Cnpllol Street between Van
lJurcn and Harrison Avenues and Oram
crcy Avenue between Twcnlv-flfth and
Twenty-sixth street as a pavlny district
and to pave the roadway therein with
Portland Cement Concrete Pavemc:.t. also
to construct combination curbs and gut
ters and driveways on both sides of Capi
tol Street between Van Buren .md Harri
son Avenues: also to build all culverts. Ir
Hgallon and drainage systems, curbs and
glitters and sidewalks, and lo construct
water and sewer service connections from
the main lo the curb line at tho expense
or the individual owners opposite tho lots
or parts of lots or houses not now supplied
Willi such connections. The above named
work shall Include tho necessary giading
therefor and all otljor work necessary to
complete- the whole In n proper manner
according to the plans, specifications and
profiles on file ln tho orflce of tho City I
Engineer, and to defray the whole of tho
cost and expense of the abuttors portion
thereof by a levy of a special tax to be
assessed upon the lots or pieces of ground
within the following described district, be
ing the district to bo affected or benefited
by such Improvement, nainclv: All the
land lying between the outer boundary
linos of said streets and a line drawn fifty
feet back from and parallel to said outer
boundary lines on both sides of Liberty
Avenue between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
Streets. Capitol Street between
nn Buren and Harrison Avenues, and
Gromercy Avenue between Twency-firth
and Twenty-sixth Streets, being Lots 1 to
10 both inclusive. Block 3. Plat "E" ; Lots
I I to 39 both inclusive. Capitol Block Sub
division of Block 30, Plat "C": Lots 1 to
10 both Inclusive. Block 5. Plat "B", all in
Ogden City Survey.
Tho estimated cost of each sower con
nection is $35.00.
Tho estimated cost of each water con
nection Is 530.00.
The estimated cost of constructing com
bination curbs and gutters on both sides
of Capitol Street between Van Buren and
Harrison Avenues is ?2.S10.00.
The estimated cost of constructing each
driveway on both sides of Capitol Street
between Van Buren and Harrison Avenues
; i Tho estimated cost as given below does
not includo the cost of constructing pri
vate sewer or water connections, nor the
cost of constructing combination curbs
' and gutters and driveways on both sides
of Capitol Street between Van Buren and
Harrison Avenues, which costs arc to be
assessed against the property benefited in
addition to tho regular assessment.
The total cost of said improvement is
estimated at $27,530.00.
All protests or objections to such im
provement or to the carrying out of such
Intention must bo presented In writing
signed by tho owners of abutting property
describing the same together with the
number of abutting front feet and be filed
with the City Recorder on or before the
7th day of May. 1920.
The Board of Commissioners at Its first
regular meeting thereafter, to-wlt. the
10th day of May. 1920. will consider tho
proposed levy and hear and consider such
protests and objections to said Improve
ment as shall have been made.
By order of tho Board of Commission
ers of Ogden City, Utah.
Dated April 16. 1920.
C. T. MOVES,
First publication. April 17. 1320.
Last publication. May C. 1920.
Published In tho Ogden Standard-Examiner
Paving District Xo. 132.
ANNUAL TAX SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH Sccttion 6055, Com
piled Laws of Utah. 1917, that Weber County. Utah, by and through its Board of
Countj Cemomissloners. will on Monday, May 17th. 1020, al 12 oclock noon at
the front door of the Court House, in Ogden City, Wcbor Countv, Utah, offer for
sale In separate parcels for cash, all of tho real estate hereinafter described to
gether will other real estate held by Weber County under Tax Deed, and at such
sale the County Clerk of Wcbor County. Utah, will issue and deliver to the pur
chaser all of the title of tho Stale of Utah. County of Weber, City of Ogden, or
any town or school or olber taxing dlstrlcL interested in the real estate so o!d
excepting however, any interest held by Ogden City, under tax salo made to Ogden
City up to and including sales for delinquent taxes for 1S0I.
No bid will be accepted for less than- oil taxes, costs and Interest to date of
sale herein referred to.
MARTIN P. BROWN,
D. H. ENSIGN.
.T. M. CHILD.
Board of County Commissioners of Weber Countv, Utah '
WALTER N. FARR.
County Clerk of Weber County. Utah.
Dated April 5, 1920.
First publication on April 17th. 1920.
Last publication ,on May 16th. 1920.
LIST OF PROPERTY. UNDER TAX DEED TO WEBER COUNTV. TO BE OF
FERED FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOVE STATED.
Part of Lot 1. Block 9, Pl.it "A," being tho West 2.5 feet of Lot 1, Block 9. Plat
"A.' Ogden City Survey.
Part of Lot -5, Block 10. Plat "A." Being Ihc North 117 feet of the South 202 feet
of Ixit 5. Block 10, Plat "A," Ogden City Survcv.
Part of Lot 5, Block 10, Plat "A." Being the South 11.25 fcot of the North S5 fect
of Lot 5, Block 10. Plat "A," Ogden City Survey.
Part of Lot 3. Block 13. Plat "A." Beginning 120 feet North from the Southeast
corner of Lot 2. Block 13, Plat "A." Ogden City Survey; thenco West 37
feet, North 20 feet, AVcst 50.5 foot. North I feet. EasL S7.5 feet. South 21
feci to the place of beginning. The taxes heroin include personal taxes in
Book ;'E." page. S5. Lines 10 and 2J. 1310 sale.
Part of Lola S and 0, Block 16. Plat "A." Beginning 16.5 fect East and 16.5 feet
South from the Northwest corner of Lol S. Block 16. Plat "A." Ogden Citv
Survey; tlionce East 19S fect. South Ifi.5 feel to the pl"-c of beginning.
Part of Lot 1. Block 32. Plat "A." Beginning 165 feet E-t from the Northwest
. corner of Lot -t. Block 32. Plat "A.'' Osdcn City Survey; thence East 36.5
feet. South 12 feet. West 136.5 foot, North 12 feet to the placo of beginning.
Part of Lot 7. Block 45. Plat "A." Being the West 16,5 fect of Lot 7. Block 45.
Plat A." Ogden City Survey. c
Part of Lot 2. Block 55. Plat "A." Bcinsr the East 2,9 fect of Ihe West 132 feet of
lx)t 2. Block 55, Plat "A." Ogden City Survey.
Part o Lot 2. Block 16, Plat "B." Being tho West of tho East i of the South
LEGAL NOTICES . :ry fl
Pnp. Tof,Lol,-y l2lock 1Gl Plat "B" Ogden City Survey. p
mtV?1.2' ?Iock T'lnt- "B." Being the East 33 fect of the South.- of Lot IVI
Pmt rr1'r,0,ck.lbA Plnt "U'" Ogden City Survey. ' t.H
,irt f J Lots 3 and I. Block 16. Plat "C." Beginning 165 'feet North and 33 feci friH
Last from tho Southwest corner Lot 3, Block 16. Plat "C," Ogden City Sur- I'lll
C.v; thenco North 11.6 feet. West t57 foot, South 11.6 feci. East 157 feet to ft HI
tile place of beginning. u 'H
tart or Lots and 7. Block 16. Plal "C.' Beginning 165 fect North and S feat A
iv-ast from the Southwest corner of Lot I. Block 16. Plat "C." Ogden City Sur- J
)vy; thence North 311.3 fcot. East 17 fect. South 311.3 fecL West 17 foot to tho jM
Placo of beginning )
lL.?lB c- 7 hnd s- Bloc,: l5 Mot "C." Beginning 125 fect South from the i L
orthwesi comer of Lot 6. Block 16, Plat "C," Ogdon City Survey; thence '
south n.5 fccl, Easl fecl Xorth 11.6 feci. West 297 fect to the place of , .M
beginning. - -
tart of Lots 7 and S. Block 21, Plat "C." Beginning 150 feel West from tho South-
east conier or Lot 8, Block 21. Phil "C." OgMen Clly Survey, thence North
um-, r , c1, "est HI feet. South 25 feet. East 111 feet to tho place of beginning
I art oi Lot lo. Block 31. Plat "C." Being the North 165 fect of the En.il ,i 'of - !
I, ,-,ot, lp. Block 31', Plat "C." Ogden City Survey, '1
lart of Lot 5. Block 39, Plat "C." Being Ihc North II fcot of tho East HS.3 fect '
, . V10 TCfll -97 foet f '-ot 5. Block 39. Plat "C." Ogden City Survey. I
i art of Lot . Block 39. Plat "C." Being the West 40 fect of Lot 7. Block 33. . f
Pin i & Ogden Clly Survey.
tart of Lot 9 Block 48: Plat "C." Being the AVcst IS feet or the East ISO Tccl of H
n, ,IJQ, -V';1'1 .n."-r' cct- 0 Lot. !). Block -IS. Plal 'C. ' Ogden Clly Survey.
of Lot 11 Block 66. Plat "C." Beginning at tho Southwest corner of Lot 11. M
v .. o5- .Plrtl Ogden City Survey, thenco South 16. feet. East S2.5 feel,-
North 36 degrees East 82.5 feet. West lo tho place of beginning. .
of Lot 2. Block .71, Plat "C." Being the North 2 feet of the South 36 fect
n.,.. t V,e. VICS,1 12r fect of Lo1 ck 71, Plat "C." Ogden City Survey. )
tan or Lot 13. Block 1, Plat 5 A A. Being tfic East 330 fcot of the North of Lof 'M
,L,.oe.k. 1 ivc Acre Plal "A." of Ogden City Survey.
i art of loi il. Block 1. Plm n 3 HaI,,.- m, v'et n : rr.t r n... oic;
tn.. .f .,'ot.,1K Rlot'k South Ogden Survey, of Ogden City Survey. - I
lau oT Lot i Block l. Plat S. O. S. Beginning 52 feet South from the Intcrscc-
.r, ihc South l'no of Ut 11. and the West line of Adams Avenue; thence y M
West 10 feet, fouth L5 fcot. Eacl 110 feet. North 1.5 feci to the place of
r v,2s.Lot K'- Block I. South Ogdon Survey. Ogden City Survev. w. I
UD13 s and 10. Block 10. S. O. S. Beginning 355 9 reel West from tho Northeast cor- lrfc3
nnyf Lot S' Block 10; thence South 50 fect. West 90 feel. North 59 foet. East f SEi
no.( " i 01 i? IUncc r I'cglnnlng, in South Ogdon Survey. Ogden Cl Sur'cv. In
latt o. Lot 11 Block 10. Plat S. O. S. Beginning 3.6 feci West from the inter- , t IM
section of Hm Northwest cornor of Ixt 11. Block 10. South Ogvlcn Sui-'cy. of I MM
X.5 . ,n .Uy Survey, nnd the Jiastlinc of Lincoln Avenue: thenco East 3 6 fool ' L flfiP
North I38.1S fect. West 18 feci. South 1 degrees Ease to tho place of begin- I' ST
Lot 13, Block 10. S. O. S,. part of the- lot. Being the East 50 fc'ct of the South 20.8 F i
i . , ?fLo,t '3i Block 10. South Ogden Survey. Ogden City Survey. PsH
I-ots 1 and 2. Block 2. Brummltt's Addition '
Lot "C." Biumniltt's Addition lo Ogden Clly, Utah.
I:ot D of Brumnilttt's Addition to Ogden City. Utah.
iicing tho West 5 foot of Lot 6, Block 3. Ccntnil Park Addition to Ogdon Citvi '
L' tab. 7
Being nil of Lot 11 nnd the South 11 fect of Lol 12, block a, Central Park Annex"
to Ogdon City, Utah. ''-'
Bong Lots 23 to II, Block 2. City Park Addition, .' -
n !IS Vls H:S t0i30-' '.ocK 2- Colorutlo Place Addition to Ogden City. Utah. ',; t ,
S?S F0,1 ? ?a,L J?,loc.k 3- Cropsoy's Addition to Ogden City. Utah. '
Vn .S-'13,-1 1t, 2(l' rL,ock 16' Clovcrdalc Addition. Kaneevlllc School District;. . "
. K".- n,0ock lt- Clovordale Addition. KancM-JlIc School District.
Ucing the West S'J.92 feci of Lots 1 to 5. Block 1, East Vurk Addition to Ogden I
vity. t tab. Pa.. vM
Being It 61. Block I. East Park Addition to Ogden City. Utah, " , !
Leing tho East 76.S6 fet of Lois 1 and 2, Block 5. East Park Addition to Ogden I
City, Utah. ,
Being iho East 76.S6 fect of Lot 9, lo H, Block 5, East Tark Addition to Ogden '
Being ihc -East 117.06 feet of Lol "J," East Park Addition to Ogdon City. Utah.
Lc ng Lot.i 3 lo 4U. Block IS. Fairmount Park Addition to Ogden City ' ;
Lo ng Lots 2-t and 25. Block 13. Florence Park Addition to Ogden Clly.
Being Lou ,i2 lo 51. Block 6. Franklin Place Addition to Ogden Citv -'Hl
bo ng Lol 50. Block 9. Fnmklln Place Addition to Ogden City. Utah. - ' 'v 'Hi
Be ng Lots 1 to 3. Block 1. Ilcrrlman's Addition to Ogden Citv. Utah
Be ng Lot II. Block 17. Lakevicw Addition, Burch Creek School Dlslri'cl x
Being the South 17.5 feet of Lot 12. Block 26, Lakevicw Addition. Burch Creek i JM
Being Lots 13 and 1 1, Block 26. Lakovlew Addition. Bucch Crock School District. '
being nn undivided one-iiulf Inicreat In Lots 11 to 17, Block 39. Lakevicw Addition. tH
Burch Creek School District IH
Being an undivided one-half Interest ln Lots 36 to 39, Block 39. Lakevicw Addition. . UH
Burcli C rock School District. HH
nC lx-39 BIock !- LakcA-iew Addition. Burch Creek School District.. i
Being iho North l icel of the South 12 feet of Lot S. Block 40. Lakevicw Addition .-
lo Ogden City. Utah. Hfl
Being Lots II and 15. Block 16. Lakevicw Addition, Burch Creek School DistrlcL ' HO
r ! t,1 oJ-' ,,,J,,0Vt 17-, lkeview Addition. Burch Creek School District. ,
Being Lot 2,. Block 2. Madison Square Addition .to Ogden. Utah. fD
.Mcoary Estate. Beginning 92.1.S9 feel AVost and 6.20 fect South from the North- IIM
cant coiiu-r of Sec. 20 Twp. 6 North. Range 1 West. Salt Lake Meridian. U. 'H
s. Survej : thence South 16 feci. West 216.5 reel. North 16 feel, East 216.3
fcot, to iho place of beginning. IH
hH5 tnt i o cm i xVIOCl1 fountain View Addition lo 'Ogden City. Utah' JM
be ng Lot 32. Block 1. Mountain A'iew Addition to Ogden Cltv "
being 1-oLs 39 arid 10. Block 2. Mountain A'iew Addition to Ogden City. Utah " U
bo ng Lot IS. Block 9. Mountain View Addition lo Ogden City. Utah lM
being the East 16 fect of Lot 7. Block 16. Nob Hill Addition lo Ogden' City
Being Lots 1 and 2. Block 33. Nob Hill Addition lo Ogden City. Utah.
Being Lot 2. Block 51. Nob Hill Annex to Ogxicn City I tab. JH
Be ng Lots 6 and 7. Block 76. Nob Hill Addition to Ogden Citv. Utah fM
Bc ng Ul , Block 3. Otto Bcrgcr's Addition. North Ogden School District. ..',
Be ng Lot -'.Block -I. Otto Bcrgcr's Addition. North Ogden School District- - . .
Being Lots 2., and 21. Block S. Observatory Place Addition. Wilson School District
Being Lota II and 12. Block 1. Park Place. "A." Subdivision of Lots 4 and 3 a"i '
the South 16D.6S fect of Lot 3. Block 67; and all of Block 6. Plat "C." Osuci!- . JJ)H
City Survcv. .." jM
Being Lots 1 to I. Block 2. Prosper IHclghts Addition. H
Being Lots 11 to ii. Block 1. Prospect Hciglits Addition AH
Be ng Ixt 2. Block 2. Rlvcrvicw Addition to Ogden Cltv Utah 1 AftKH
Being Ix)t 3. Block 1. Riverside Annex Addition to Ogden Citv. Utah. OS
be ng Lots 20 and 21 B.lock I. Rushton Addition to Ogden Citv. Utah. AHI
Cltv Utah V f J'0t l and aU r LOt 11, Bl0Ck ' Kushlon" Addition to Ogdcb h JH
B0,neAdiiloncJ1,o OgScn 1' "'' Ll 52' B'ck 7 Bl"' ' , ' H
U0,"Vtah Nrlh fCCt l Ll 2S' I!,0Ck South rark Addition lo Ogden City;-' ! HH
Being Lots IS and 19. Block 2. Stephens First Addition to Ogden City. Utah ' ' jB
Being iho Spulh -1 foot of Lot 2 and all of Lot 1. Block 5. Terrace Subdivision. . H
ugocn Lily, Utah Hfl
Being Lots 13 and 11. Block 1. AVoodmanseo's Addition to Ogden Cltv, Utah HH
rc ns;oi'ots 10 2C Block 1. AVoodmansces Addition to Ogden City. Utah' HH
Lots -.( to 3o. Block 2. AVoodmansee's Addition to Ogden City. Utoh ' , B9
Being the West 15.76 fect ol Lots 1 and 2, Block 5. AVoodmansee's Main S'trect Hi
Adulllon to Ogden City, Utah HH
Beginning -132.13 feci South and 330 feet East from the intersection of the East !
line of AVashlngton Avenue and the North line of Sec. 5. Twp. 5. North Ranee HH
1 est. Salt . Lake Meridian, U. S Survey; thence North 56 3 feet, East 33 3
. eet. South 56.u fect. AVcst 33.3 feet to place of beginning
Beginning on the AVcst line of Grant Avenue 234 feet South from the North lint
e ,u0fcS,ec- 5.TWP- 5 lN- nstn 1 Wcst- Sn,t Lake -Meridian V. S. Survev; thciiSc
South 6 feet West 1S7 feet. North 6 fect. East 15,7 fect lo the place of beginriin
beginning 21.1.1 chs. East and S.905 chs. North from the Southwest corner of the Kl
Northwest U of Sec. 3 Twp. 5. North. Range 1 AVcst. Salt Lake Meridian Hi
l S. Survej; thence North 70 feeL East 100 feet. Southwest to a point 11? H
feet Last from the point of beginning. West to the place of beginning
Beginning at the Southwest comer of Block 33. South Ogden Plat "V"- thene I
South 570 fect. East 167 feet. North 570 feet. West 167 feet to die place ol '
beginning. oi ih
Beginning 16.12 chs. South from the Northeast corner of the Southeast JJ. of ?ef JH
w Vvr ? orJh- Rnee 3 West. Salt Lake Meridian U. S. Survey; Uicncc -
gTnnmg 10 U fCet' Nrlh 10 clls 10 the pla of be-' A'jH
Being all of the Northeast 1 of Sec. 3. Twp. 6 North. Range 1 AA'est, Salt Lake liB
Being aU of ihcoull of Sec. 3. Twp. 0 North, Rangel AVest. Salt Lake Merid- 1)1
Being all of the East of (thb Northwest of Section 3. Twp. 6 North. Banco 1
1 AVcst. Salt Lake Meridian. U. S Survev ' "lago .( JH
Beginning at the Southeast corner of the Northeast U Sec. 4. Twp. 6 North. Ranee i'JI
1 West. Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey; thence North 5 chs . West 1 5
chs South 13 ids West 13 rds.. North 13 ids.. WTcst to center of the County IH
road. Southwesterly along the road lo a point 5.61 chs. AVcst of beginninc illl
Last o.6t chs. lo the place or beginning. binning, -v
beg.nnin 121.11 foot West and 262 ft South from the intersection of tho South ! Wd
,r,;e,0,:,cco"doStrleetn,nd We,st ,ine r Washington Avenue, in Ogden Cltv t&Sj
.Lnta,h'n loiU"C0 South 66 fect. AVcst 211.86 feet. North 66 feet. Bast 311.86 feet
to the place of beginning. ct , 5?J
Beginning 145.5 feet South from the Northeast corner of Sec 30. Two 6 Knrth '
Range 1 AVcst. Salt Lake Meridition. U. S. Survej-. thence AVcst S" R7 . i ?
p h S?utho,65 'eet',Et 132 feet. North 66 feet. West to the pi" o , of beg"in"lng ' .
Beginning 82 3 feet A est from the Northeast corner of Sec. 30. Twp. 6 North" Run ' h 1
ye,st- Sail Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey; alienee- South 261 5 feet East Si-fl
S2 87 feet. South 393 feci. AVcst 107.68 fect. North 660 feet, East 21 S feet to '
tho place of beginning. L LU
Also beginning 660 feet South from the Northeast corner of Sec 30 Twn IH
6 North Range 1 AVcst. Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survev. thence South T? H
degrees 57 minutes AVcst to the C. P. right-of-way. East to Eas line of said H
section. North to placo of-beglnning 5am
Beginning 9 24 chs AVest 12.72 chs. North from the Southeast corner of the North- '
west li. Sec 9, Twp t North, Range 1 AVcst. Salt Lake Meridian, U S Sur- ' H
vcy; thence South 251.5 feci. AVcst 1S3 feet. North 2515 feet East" 1ST fcot 1
to the place of beginning. asL li3 rcet .
Beginning at the Northeast corner of the Southwest 1 Sec S Twn -I Wnrih tt V.
vlyW'.03,11 L?k? Idlan U. S. Survey;ClhcnceAtest U 2P5 "chs0' 5' Wcb!5"
beginning S r 10 ,e East 1,nc of sald Se - &rth to. -i -
Beginning on the South line of Seventh street, ISO fect AA'cst from the AA'cst line lH
of AVashlngton Avenue. Ogden City. Utah, thence South 116.8 feet: AVest Si H
fco . North 146.8 feet. East 54 feet, to the beginning. All in Sec 11 ' tU H
o . 6,NorH1- R-nKe 1 West. Salt Lake Meridian U S. Survej-. ' '
Beginning 181 : fect East and 330 feet North from the Southwest corner of Sec "0 ' ' 1
:WP- ?rrl1!' 1 lVcsv Sa,t Lak0 Meridian. U. S. Survey" thenco North - 1
66 feet. AVcst 132 teet, Soulh 66 feet, East 132 feet to beglnninir
Beginning at tbotcrsecjlon of ,
,!!.,,saLd.!!,a?..J3..sl.e.ps' S.0llt.H !P7 steps to Cedar Stake on bank of s.il.i ftffi
"'V 7 .1 '"J,1-11" " , 5ala (lraln Rch 100 steps, to beginning r v
piaiigoSgs5..s. j s,csS:!casL 44 sec- 7 tw sonh , . ,
Beginning at a certain Cedar Stake on the bank of drain ditch, bcintr the cn(1, i "V ,
o ?n3tnC0orn0x;0f,1sa d tJnct of thenco North 263 steps to '1 Sec lL ' ' 1H
2 So chs , North lo degrees East 17 chv. North 1.52 chs North is ! rii3 -
-East 1.5 chs. North 3R degrees 30 minutes. East i .25 'chains Northw-eHv' I 1
and Southerly along the river to a point North 11 degrees 30 mfniit ?x$lyi
Beginning 18.62 chs AVcst and 2.6 chs. North from the Southeast corner m .i - I
Southwest U of Sec. 2.4. Twp. 6 North. Range 2 AVcst" thenco Fast no J1' 1
. North 8 degrees 30 minutes East 5.SS hs. North 13 reea 30 n,d$h; 1 1
Beginning 1166 SS feet East and S chs. South from the Northwest corner n.Sf1 ' : 1
Southwest U Sec 24 Twp. 6 North. Range 2 AVest. Salt Lake Meridian $- C - HI
Sur-oy; thence North 330 foot. East 430 feci, more or less V ?h L' b- BZ3
East 4.39 chs.. -South 73 degrees 30 minutes , West 3 rbl ! Sm?th "6 J&ce' Kt
30 minutes AVcst 1 ch , South 11 degrees AVest 5 chs . South 36 degrees not Kl
3.63 chs.. South 13 degrees AVest l.S chs.. AVcstcrly and Southerly ?n o' Jal ' Bl
r, 0,l th? r,Ye,f0UV1 of bcln"inK. North to beginning -oulti' to a point . K'J
Beginning SO rds. North and 31 rds. EasL from the Southwest corner of the vn;ii, ' i BHJj
cast U Sec. 2S. Twp 7 North. Range 1 AVcst. Salt Lake Meridian t- ; orth" mVM
vcy; thenco South 40 rds.. East 60 rod.. South 23 rds . Ealt 13 5' rds 17
23 ids. AVest 0.5 rds.. North 45 rds.. AVcst 11 ids., to the begimilnc " trh 1
Beginning at tne Southwest corner of the Northwest ! of Sec sTtwd 7'y,m 1
Range 1 AVest, Salt Lake Meridian. U. S. Survey; thence East l. -'2 chs xwm,' 1
IS degrees 30 minutes East 6.18 chs.. North 6S degrees 15 n nutCf 't 1
chs.. North 17 degrees 30 minutes. East 7.6S chs.. North 17 dc-ree 4-.J0 '
utcs AVcst 2.26 chs.. South IS degrees 13 minutes. AVcst S chs to ? the IvlT, 1
line of said section. South to beginning ' inc AN est
Beginning S.5 chs North from the Southwest corner of the Northweit J' nr v ' 1
I?' wft 7 North. Range 1 AVcst. Salt Lako Meridian. U. S Sutvc'v- tLn
North IS degrees 30 minutes. East 9 chs.. North 68 degrees 45 m ni vnc "
CC,1- Sh .1S dcercc3 30 to ho AVcline of PS ld section1 ' ' 1 H
South lo leginning occiion,
Beginning 12.25 chs. Soulh from Ihc Northeast corner of tho Southwest K at V ' '
lS Twft l) Nortli. Range 2 Eaat. Sail Lake Meridian U. S. 'Survey tliencr '
South 67 degrees 30 minutes AVest 5.3S chs.. South 3 degrees 15 minute, - 1
5.6 chs South So degrees 12 minutes East to a point South of begfnr inl " 1
thence North to beginning. binning, jm
Beginning 32 rds. 11 feet East from Ihc Northwest corner of tho Southwest 1: nt -
tho Northwest i of Sec. 20, Twp. 7 Norh. Range 1 East, Salt like Merld 1
Ian. U. S Surxey; thence South 10 rds.. East 16 ids,, North 10 rds . w 16 - JH
rds. to the place of beginning. " " C3t 16
Being the Southeast U of Sec 13, Twp. 7 North, Range 4 East, Salt Lake Mertril" " .-H
lan. u. 5. Survey, ' al
Being the East u of ljts 6 and 7. Block 22. Plat "A." Huntsvillo Survev (iH
Being all pf die Northwest U of Sec. 3 Twp. 6 North. Range 1 West, Salt Lake I.H
Meridian. U. S, Survej'. va,vr-