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JUST TIMES TODAY
UTAH TF TRE
You don't generally go to n
sick-room for laughs, do you?
But in the picture Wallie isn't
really ill. He's just shamming
I in order to get a friend out of
a merry maUimonial mes.
Kg And he makes the jaz
zrt patient the doctor? ever
J had. With pretty Bebe Dan-
W iels as the nurse.
M A Picture That Make's
M You Sit Up
IgjlMCTagg 555 SBSSB
ny SHOWER GIVEN
3H Officers and teachers of the First
JHH Ward Sunday ehool e n I ertalnc rl in
sHV honor of Nellie Lldell at a shower
IB Monday evening. September 15. Miss
IH Udell will he one of the attractive
I fall brides and will be honored at a
aH number of showers.
B VISITING IN OGDEX.
Mrs Frank A. Yeamans is spending
the week In Ogderi as the rues! of Mrs
Jack Bate roan and Mrs. Harry YVhlt-
1 GIRLS ENTERTAINED.
Members of the Bluebird Swarm
and the Sunflower Swarm of the
Twelfth ward entertained last evening
In compliment to their mothers. Two
long tabler. were laid, each decorated
with bluebirds and sunflowers. Tho
luncheon was prepared by the girls
and served to their mothers Covers
were laJd for about seventy guests.
During the evening speeches were
gien by Bishop Wheelwright, Mr?
Fred, Taylor. Mrs. Geo. MrFarland,
Mrs Irving Emmett, IsfibMIe Brom
well and Marybello Stevenson
i VISITING HERK.
H Mr. and .Mrs. E. VanSlckle of
H3 Farmlngton and baby daughter vls-
Hj ltcd in Ogden Sunday. Mrs Van-
H Sickle was formerly Miss Tiachel Ar-
LfH lor of Ogden
I MARRIED THIS ISTERNOOK.
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Iverson an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Zella May, to Arthur C. Byers.
The wedding took place this afternoon
at 2.30 o'clock at the residence of the
bride's parents, Sll Washington avenue
i CHILDREN'S AID SOC 1FTY
fM The Children's Aid will meet nt 2 30
e'clock Friday afternoon In the Dls
tM pensary. All member are urged to
H be present.
Wk Miss Olive Belnap and Dr. Conrad
S A. Jensen of Tremonton. were mar-
rled this morntnp at the Salt Lake
19 temple. Miss Belnap la the daughter
IH of Mr and Mrs. Hyrum BelnapT The
. H; couple will return Friday and will be
' Kurbts oi a recop
Wj Hon to be fcrlven Friday evening at the
""" Belnap resldcm
H BIRTHK.W PARTY.
B Mrs. M G. Wilcox entertained at a
9H lawn party last eveninp In honor of
H her daughter. M!?s Dori.s Wilcox. The
H occason was the eleventh birthday
anniversary of the young ladv Guests
K9H gathered during the tWty evening at
BH the Wilcox home. 2665 Qulncy avenue,
LBfl and spent n pleasurable evening In
rH games and dancing on the lawn which
was gaily decorated with Japanese
' BR lanterns. Kef reshments were served
Iowa's Governor and Charles
R. Mabey to Speak Here
Republicans of Weber county will
turn out en masse tonight to hear Gov
ernor W. L. Harding of Iowa and
I'liarles R. .Maho . Republican nomi
nee for governor of Utah speak In the
Alhambra theatre at S o clock. '
'ne of the largest political demon
I rations y-t staffed in ' '(fden In the
present campaign Is expected this aft
ernoon with the arrival of Mr Mabe;
and hundreds of tormer scrvtre men
will be on hand to greet him and hear
his message tonight In the theatre.
ARRIVED THIS MORNING
Tonljrht mctlnr will (rlv e tho Web
ler county people the opportunity of
hearing the first speech to be deliver
ed bjf Governor Harding In his tour
of the west- He arrived in Ugden this
morning at 10 10 o'clock over the
Fnion Pacific railroad, direct from bis
home state. From here he will go
to Portland, Ore , the second stop OB
his tour of the west. Ho will discus'
national issues and will answer the
speech given hero yesterday by Gov
' Candidate Mabey will outline his
program. If successful In election.
No reservation win he made at the
theatre and tho seats will be open to
GREPTFD AT STATION
Governor Harding was greeted by a
huge delegation of Republicans this
morning as he stepped from the train
at the L'nion depot The delegation
'was headed by the reception commit
tee composed of A. R. Heywood chalr-
jman; Mrs. E. O. Waltls. J. U Eldredge
iJr.. J. N. Kimball, l,lut, Col. J. A.
1 Howell. Joseph B Evans. Arthur Wnol-
I ley, W. W Rawson. J. Ray W ard.
i Chris Flvgare Arch Moyes. J C. Llt-llc-flold
Mrs. J. G. Falck. A. T. Hulanl-
skl. T E McKay, David Jenson. T A.
Dlx, W U Wattls. C. R Holllngs
uorth. A J Larson. John C. Davis, L,.
W. Shurtllff. S. G. Rye, George Kel-
iley. Don T F bee and Lyman Skeen
Immediately following the official
greeting at the depot Governor Hard
ing was taken to the Reed hotel. At
noon a luncheon was given In his hon
or in the Weber club.
Preparations were being made at
noon to give Mr. Mabey. the Repub'l
ran nominee and former army officer,
a warm reception upon his arrival at
5 o clock. A large delegation of for
mer service men have requested that
they be Includede in the welcoming
Mrs. Mabey will accompany the Re
publican standrd-bearer and will be
the guest of Mrs J Ray Ward WfellS
In Ogden Commissioner Ward and
Mr. Mabey served together as offi
cers In the nrmy during the war and
trained In the same regiment for
A band has been serured by the Re
publicans to add warmth to the recep
tion of the visitors and to parade the
streets before the Alhambra meeting
The theatre has been especially decor
ated for the occasion with banners,
flags, bunting and photographs of the.
; ca nuiuawe.
Musical numbers have hon arrang
ed for to be given before the meeting
and between the speeches. It was an
nounced this afternoon A. R. Hey
'wood has been chosen to preside and
Introduce the speakers and Arthur
i Woolley. chairman of the Republican
county committee will deliver a brief
address of welcome.
No detail has been overlooked to
make tonight's meeting the most ap
pealing yet ?;aged In Weber count,
' Mr. Woolley said today, and the Is
i sues discussed will be of paramount
import-xnee The meeting has been
announced as non-partisan and the
Iseats will be open to all.
Deaths and Funerals
McMAMS. Mrs Fannie M.Mnnls
died Wednesday at 8 o'clock at Ru
pert. Idaho. She was born in Market
Bosworth, Leicestershire, England,
and was a member of the L. D. S.
church. She came to Utah In 1873.
She Is survived bv her husband. Joseph
I McManls. three daughters. Mrs. Jack
Voorhels. Mrs. Kate Kaar and Mrs.
A. B. Brown. Also the following
brothers and sisters: Mrs. Eliza Grant,
Joseph and Lorenzo Jackson of Ogden.
and Mrs P. Nellson of Pocatello. Ida.
The body mny be viewed at the resi
dence of Lorenzo Jackson, 3013 Wash
ington avenue, from 1 o'clock Friday
until the time of the services. Fu
nerpi w!l he held Saturday at 2 o'clock
at the Ninth ward meeting house, with
Bishop W O. Ridges conducting. In
terment will bo In the Mountain View
Bill Rumler Here on
Way to Salt Lake City
Bill Rumler. former Salt lak out
fielder, was an "gden visitor for a few
hours today en route to Salt 1-akc.
Rumler recently suspended for gamb
ling during 1919, on the Vernon club,
will Join one of the eastern clubs In
I the American association next season,
ho stated. If the Bees will release him.
25 women to peal tomatoes.
Van Alen Canning Corp. 5479
to the following Isabel, Margaret and
Donald Chase, Harry and Dee Rich
ardson. Lorna Jones. Ruth Pane, Vir
ginia and Robert Merchant. Clyde
Stone. Law r SO Os and W. ndell Bratn
well. Aura Flowers. Paul McCune.
Anna Corey. Albert Hoggan and Lynn
Farr. Mrs Wilcox was assisted In
serving by Miss Jana Janse.
HISTORIC M. sot h i
The Historical Society will meet
Saturday afternoon September 18th,
at 2.80 et the parlors of the Knights
of Pythias hall. No. 2851 Grant Ave
nue, with Mrs .los Che, and Mrs
V. C. Gunnel! as hostesses.
f DURABILITY SERVICE SATISFACTION
Tht is what you get when you let us do your Rug and
VI Carpet Cleaning
I MA Wc have the Latest Improved Equipment and Competent
I I Employes to clean them in the Most Sanitary Manner
Let Us Serve You
I OGDEN CARPET CLEANING CO.
I I 2444 Lincoln Ave. Phone 416
SERVICE MEETING AT
W ith the Rev John Edward Carveri
presiding, community service of Ogden
will conduct a mass meeting In the
Ogden tabernnele tomorrow evening.
The event will be opened at 7 30 1
Several snappy features hove beenl
arranged to make, ihls meeting inter
estlng n speeches win be short and
to the point.
Community service has agreed to;
give Ogden a fall community festival.
Business men at the Weber club re-:
cently pledged their support to rom-'
munhy service in the plan to present
i a huge Festival! These business meuj
are to attend tomorrow's mass mcet-i
Whether or not Ogden wants com
munity Tvlce as a permanent fea
ture of lh city Is to be determined
at the meeting A permanent chalr-i
man and vice chairman will he elected.
Constitution day. the 133rd hlrthday
of the United tSates Constitution, will
I also be one of tho topics to be fea-
CUPID'S AGENT AT
COURT HOUSE HAS
n unusual rush of blush
ing couples came yesterday
afternoon to the county court
house and when the marriage li
cense clerk was given time to
count up, It was found that six
couples had applied for the offl
elal permit whh-h would open the
doors to wedlock.
Why the sudden desire to se
cure the licenses came yesterday
within a few hours Is a question
which the attaches of the county
clerk's office cannot fathom. The
preceding days had been particu
larly dull In the matrimonial line
Those w'ho secured licenses yes
terdav afternoon were Elmer U
Corzlne of Lincoln, Neb., and Miss
lather E. Woolley, of Waukegan.
111. Coburn N. Zltzeshe of Ogden.
and Miss Kathenne Tarkln of
Osage City. Kan.. Joseph H. An
derson and Llzrle Ann Anderson
of Ogden. Edson O Halstead and
Minnie M. Shields. of Ogden;
Walter Harold Savage and Wlnnl
fred E. Durbln. of Ogden; Leland
Sanders of Tremonton. and Min
nie Margaret Gardner of Dewey
vllle. Licenses were Issued In the
county clerk's office this after
noon to t'onrad H Jensen of Tre
monton and Olive Belnap of Og
den; Harvey Millard and Waha
neta Campbell of Logan, Frnnk
G. Jaquet and Elizabeth Oehrke.
of Salt Lake. ind Arthur E By
ers and Zella May Iverson of Og
den 1 n
Utah Candy Supply
i Leads Foodstuffs
Despite the fact that the candy sup
ply In Utah was 40fi0 pounds less in
August than in July, then- Is more
candy than numerous essential food
stuffs, aceordlng to the report of food
supplies In storage during August b)
the state dairy and food commission.
I There were 21 S. 5 S 4 pounds of candy
on hand in August last as against 222.
614 In July Despite this decrease, the
candy exceeds the butter supply by
129.914 pounds. There are S3. 202 more
pounds of candy than cheese. There
are only tw-o food products which ex
ceed the quantity of cand. These are
fresh meat of which there was 376,129
pounds, and salted and smoked meat,
of which there was 711.129 pounds.
The fresh meat supply decreased
from the July estimate by 28.809
pounds, the supply on hand In July
being 404,938 pounds There Is also a
slight falling off In smoked and salt
ed meats. The July supply was 711.
153 and that of August 711,129.
in July there was 1 47,1 48 pound" of
butter in storage In August the sup
ply dropped down to S8.640 a decrease
of 38,508 pounds In cheese there was
a notable ln reas... th" August supply
being placed at 129.352 pounds, while
that of July was only 38.C29 pounds,
an increase of 90 723 pounds. There
Is also a decreased supply of poultry.
In July the total supply was given as
121,410 pounds and Id August it Is
placed at 114.198. of fresh fish In July
there were 1258 pounds and in August
1369 a ssllght Increase.
Salt fish supplies In August were
T'3.592 pounds and In July 4.773
pounds, an Increase of 8S.820. Nuts In
storage In August were 142.625 pounds,
against 154.2H0 In July. In August there
'were 900 pounds of olemargarlne but
pons was reported In July. August lard
I supplies were placed at 1460 pounds
and those of July at 360 pounds.
In July egg meats were estimated
at 4781 pounds and In August 434 1
There were 9n'o pounds of pancaki
flour In storage In both months. Of
condensed milk there were 31,167
I pounds In August and 38.418 In July,
la decrease of 7 261 pounds. In August.
I 14,91 5 esses of eggs were reported, but
none appear In the July report.
Lyman Skeen Out for
Lyman Skeen, pioneer resident of
I Plain City and a war horse of the Ro-
publican party, announced today he
i would be a candldaTc for the nomlna-
Hon for the long term commissioner
I at the Republican county convention
i to be held here Saturday. Mr Skeen
held the position of commissioner
I about 25 years ago
IKanesville Man Has
Exhibition of Brushes
Showing examples of the pioneer
j brushmaker's art, a collection of
I brushes made b C L white of Kanes
j vllle. one of which cuntulns 436 SSpST
Klu pieces cf STOOd, Is on exhibit at
Wrights'. Mr. White learned his trade
In Salt like and started to work In
1 876 In that city. He has been a
resident of Kanosvllle. for the past 30
On and after this date I will not
he responslhle for any bills contract
ed bv any one other than myself
ERNEST (.'. COLLINS,
turrd Some Of the speakers, it Is
said, will discuss this featun
Mayor Frank Tranels will be the,
flr.t speaker He "ill talk on c-om-,
munltv service in Ogden. Addresres
will .!so he made by A. P BlgMov.
Arthur Woolley, Qua Wright, Frank,
Drlggs. Mrs J R. Morell and Miss-
Joasphlns Seaman Responses will be
mads by the officers ohosen to lead the
local organization Community slng
inp will he on the program with Harry
The methods of financing the local
I. ranch of community service will also
he discussed With reference to thls(
Secretary Arbury today said
"There will be no extensive drive
for funds in Ogdn. The finances
will hr taken care of t dollar mem
berships which will he sold In the
city to those interested In our work
here. We are out to make i igden ono
of the leading cities In the west, and
we are confident that this end of tho
program can be taken care of without
any great Inconvenience to any one."
BUD'S A PUPPAH;
! HEIR ARRIVES AT
Bud's a pup-pah
This was the Information ra
dioed to the Standard-Examiner
edllorlal rooms this morning from
Bud' residence, 210 Twenty
The message said: "Boy, 8
pounds. 10 30 a m., all well
along the Twenty-eighth street
ditch. What kind of cigars do
Bud is otherwise known ns Har
ry' Bagley. and Is a member of
the Standard-F.aminer's nws
room's staff. Mrs. Bagley was
formerly Miss lna Cobabe of Morgan
IHuge Straw Vote to
Be Taken by Stores
Will the nation elect Harding or
That Is the question the United Drug
company of Boston is endeavoring to
ai.swer before election day brings the
The United Drug company makes
Rexall products. Eight thousand drug
stores in the United States are agencies
for the.e products and each of these
stores Is to be a polling place for a
straw vote. Anybodv. can vote at any
Rexall store. The results will be sent
to Boston daily. In Boston they will
be totaled and the figures telegraphed
dall yto be posted as bulletins In each
of the Sooo Rexall stores.
Carr's drug stor in tigden Is the
I local agency which id going to take
the Ogden vote. Bulletins of the stand
ing of the candidates will be posted
by the drug store dally.
Everybody Is Invited to vote
Scout Troop Split; j
D. Fl. Steele wis chosen chairman!
of troop 23 of the igden Boy Svroutsi
at a meeting held last night. A. B,
Farr. Dr. w R. Bmmett, Dr. w. M.
jCragun and W. Oswald Jack6on were
i chosen as members of the executive
I committee. More than 100 were in at
tendance at the mei-tlng. Scout Bz
lecutlve G. A. Goates and Percy Schel
jley of the University of i 'aiifornla werg
the speakers. Hugh Holdaway also
'spoke on scout work.
Due to the growth of the troop two
i sections were mnde last night with
Scoutmaster G A. Bergntorm In charge
I Of A troop and Scoutmaster Herman
Koldewyn nt the helm of B troop.
White Succumbs to
Thomas Edward White, who at
tempted S'llcidc Sunday nlecht by
shooting, died at a local hospital yes
terday. He was horn in Minnesota, June 6
1&73 and has been a resident of Ogden
for the pest four years. He has been
living at 1907 Wall avenue. He leaves
' a widow and five sons and three
'daughters: Edward M., R. E.. L. H.,
R C. and Dawln White. Mrs C. Lyth
I goe. Minnie White and Thelma White,
also one grandchild. Funeral services
will be held at 2 o'clock Friday at
the Klrkendall funeral chapel. Inter
ment will be in tho Mountain View
Call First Meeting
of Weber's Faculty
The Initial faculty meeting for In
structors at Weber Normal college
will be held Friday, September 17,
two sessions being on the program.
The morning session will start at 10
a. m. and the afternoon session at
2 p. m
School problems of Ftah will be
discussed by Supt Adam S. Bennlon
President Joel E Ricks, John M.
Mills. Ell Holton. Aaron Tracy, Lydla
Tanner and C. J Jensen Wli also ad
dress the teachers.
Luncheon will be served the teach
ers by the home economics department.
Realtors Sue for
Commission on Sale
Complaining that the sum of $8f0 Is
due as commission on i icnl estate
sale. Herbert E Smith and Fred S
Flinders, do1 wv. i Smith and
t Flinders, has filed suit In tho district
I COUIi against James L. Mabey.
j In th complaint the plaintiff com-
party sets forth that they entered In
to contract with thn defendant to sell
u 3N-acT farm In Clearfield for him
They clulm the sale was made, but
the commission has not been paid
They aak judgment for $860 as com
mission and costs of suit.
25 women to peal tomatoes.
Van Alen Canning Corp. 5479
PLANS STARTED j
Meeting Will Be Held Monday'
At Which Details Will Be !
Tlanr for the sjBjJS celebration to be i
staged In Oiirden by Community 8er- i
vice was outlined by Miks Mar.lorle'
Day today at the local headquarters.
Miss Day arrived In Ofcden yesterday I
to complete details for th celebra
tion to be held nctober 1 and 2.
The program will be held Friday
and Saturday. October 1 and 2 and)
the mntto for tho two days celebra
tion will he. Something Doing Every
Although the complete details will
not be worked out until next Monday
at which time representatives of tho
I schools of the city, clubs and other
crtr.inlzatlons will confer With Miss
l"ay on the proposed program a tenta
tive program is under i onslderaHon
The program for the first day's en
tertainment will eon?lst of a Junior
field day for girls of Ogden Three
dlstnct classes of gris will take part
In thf program of events, the classes
to be chosen according to weight.
Miss Rosalind Rleman will have
charge of the sport program for the
girls. The program will consist of the
j following events Basket picnic, play
and games for little .-hlldren. story
i telling and drama work
A fifty yard dash, twenty flv yard
hackward dash, sack races, three
legged races, Individual races, walking
reos, nail driving contest. baseball
throw. Ip.p frog and other events will ,
be listed en the program.
The first dn events will conclude
with s family supper at the park In J
which the mothers and fathers will
be entertained according to the prs- I
ent plan.". In the evening a comtnunl j
ty sing and a dance will b featured.
Mlj- Day stated today that ihe Com- I
munlty Servlrr of ' gden was "plan
ning wonderful things" for the city.
Although the program has not been
outlined for October 2. Miss Da is
busy at work and expects to give Og.
den the best entei'talnmeut ever held
In the city Bands, parades and nu
merous other event3 are planned for
the second and final dav.
PLW GALA PAR DF
The evening will be devoted to a
gala parade. In which every organisa
tion In the rtv will be Invited to take
part. Education. Industry, history
and many other phase dealing with
I the past, present and future of Ogden
I will be starred.
Mls Day hi1- hail considerable ex
perience In this work, having had
charge of the "Intern.:tlonal Peace"
parades at Washington for the past
J two years.
Monday afternoon a meeting of ren
1 resentatlves of the business men. clubs.
I socie ties, schools, and others will be
held at Community BerVtcs headquar
ters at which time the plans will !
outlined and committees named to as
sist Miss Day it her undertaking.
meeting Is called for I 30 o'clock Monday.
Woman Geologist of
Yellowstone Is Visitor
Mrs Isabel B. Wasson, Yellowstone,
Nation. il Park geologist, was an Og
i den visitor today en route to the.
Bast Mrs. WSMOn, while In Ogden.
was the vuesi of the Ogden Boy Scouts
whom 3he entertained last July and ,
, August at Yellowstone with lectures of j
I nature's wonderland During the past!
season she delhcred addresses dally to
I more than 100 tourists on the geology
I of the park.
While in Ogden today she visited ;
local Boy Scout headquarters and dli-i
cussed the plans of the local organita- '
tion. She also looked over a number
Of photos taken of the Scouts while
In the park.
She was taken on s trip to Ogdon
;eanvn this aftrnon and Isitea tnO'
artesian wells. Mayor Frank Franc is I
accompanied her on her trip to the I
American Legion to
I Have Big Celebration
Herman Baker post No y of the
American leglon will formulate plans
lor a gala celebration at Lorln Fan
Iptrk Armistice day. November 11. at
meeting which Will be held at the
University club next Monday night, ac-j
cording to Cotnmunder Arch Moyes.
Although the plans for the celebra-I
tlon have not been decided upon as yet'
il Is expected thut the card will be au- I
perlor In every way to the events
scheduled last season
Athletics will form a leading . r t
'of the program. The members of th
j local post expect to get busy at onco
and "put over" the biggest show ever
Four Ogden Youths
Enter Naval Service
Tour ogden boys accepted at the
Ogden naval recruiting station were
sent to Salt Eake today for transfer
to the coast. A. Eastman und S. L.
Eastman, brother, of 1526 Lincoln
avenue, enlisted as apprentice seamen
for training as steamfltters nnd will
go to Mare Island in company with
H. C. Peterson of 2557 Grint avenue
v. ho went In as appre ntice seaman for
the electrician trade A. B. Vaughn oi
lo80 Lincoln avenue, choso the ap
prentice seaman branch and goes to
Goat Island off San Francisco All
were accepted for three-year enlist-'
' mi nt
To School in Boston
President Warren L. Wattls ot thsl
I Weber club In company with his'
'daughter. Florence, departed this af-i
I lernoon for the east. Miss Wattls will
.iitr the Smith college for girls at1
Mr Wattls vs 1 1 1 islt ut Chicago. Bos- j
ton, New York, Washington, Niagara
Falls and Other points of Interest in i
t he SO It. He i Kpects to be absent from
Ogden for three weeks.
Ills trip will be one of combined
pleasure and business. While m tliel
east he wlU confer with hanker and
other business men on financial con
ditions, according to present plans, be
fore returning to Ogden.
Copenhagen has I ho largest in
closed deer park of any city in the
j world, about 420o acres.
AUTOMOBILE j I
1918 Model 6-39 Auburn 5-passenger automobile; 4 new Kelly- ;;
Spriugfield tires, 4 other tires in good condition, 4 extra tubes,
Exide storage battery in A-l condition ; new top ; newly painted I
and in excellent mechanical condition Snap for caah. See
J. U Eldredge, Jr., at Standard-Examiner Office or telephone 1 I
2450 or 599 I
An Ordinance rrrnnHnR to the Ogden i
Union Ballwaj & Depot Compan . Its
successors nnd assign a frnnchlne1
nd right to construct , opera' '
nnd maintain a standnr.1 gauge ratl-j
roed track over and arrows Pacific Av
f,nni between Twenty eighth nd Twenty.,
ninth Street , and two gtondarrl gauge I
railroad tru its over snd acron." Twenty
eighth Stitei between Pacific and Park I
Avenues. In Ogden City. I'tah
Bo It ordained bv the Board of Commis
mls.'loners of Ogden City, VtAh
Section 1 A franchise nd rl-lv of wa
It hereb) Rien ann nsnted to ihs Ogden
l'nion Kailwa and Depot Company, its
uiecessors and assigns, to construct, oper
StS and maintain n standard gani.-- rai:
load track over and rros? Pacifh veni e
between Twenty-eights: and Twenty ninth
Ptre.-ts and two standard gauge railroad
tracke over and scress Twenty-eighth
Street, between Ptrie and Park A Mill
In Ogden 'it.. . I lab. the canter line of
aid tracks b9ing more particularly de
scribed aa follows:
Beglanlnt; t I point in the Kat line of
Pacific Avenue, thirty three 33i feet east
and four hundred tent;. nine and two
hundredth.- (ll'J.P.'i fe.-t jouth of the- mon
ument at the Interse tlon of the moou
ment line ot Pacific Avenue and Twenty
eighth Sti eei; thence along a straight lir.?
for s distance of four ami thirty six bun
di-odths ! .. feet, theses along a seven
degree thirt-one minute (7 dog. '1 min )
curve: to the Iclt tor a distance of two
hundred lifty and eleven hundredths
(gas. 11) feet, thonce along the tangent to
anld rurve for a diafance of one end fifty
four hundredth U SD feel to o point In
the west line of Pacific Avenue, said point
ix-inp thlrt three (33) feet west and one
hundicd eighty two and seen tenths
'IS2 7i feel South of the monument nt the
Intersection ot the moiiiimee.l lines of Pa
clfle Avenue and Twent eighth Streets.
Beginning at a ro(nt In the south line
of Twenty-eighth street twenty-six and
!flve tenthj (2S.B) feet south and one hun
drad three and forty six hundredths
(11 a4A) feet west of the monument at th
Intersection o( the monument lines of Pa
rlfle ccie Hilil Twenty -eighth Street.
I thence along a seven degree thirty-one
Imlnutc (7 geg. 31 mln.l curve to the right
j tor n distance of SOVent) and twetlta four
j hundredth? I 70 21 I feet, to : point in the
north tine oi Twenty-fifc.ith street, said
point being -thirty nine and five-tenths
3.5 fcM north und one hundred twenty,
light t vie oiie-hundreths (12' 'Il Icel
west of the monument' si the intc-i.ection
of the no-iumi nt lines of Pacific Avenue
land Twent) eighth Street, also
Beginning at a point In the south line
Of TwentN eighth Street twent six tn l
five-tenths -'." feot south ?nd nlncU
three and nlnety-Qve hundredths Ol.fnl
!eei wont of the monument at the IntOTSOC
. sir, nt II... ,r,nun,i,nl lln. nf fii. ill
snns and Twent) -eighth Street, thence '
along a seven degree thlit one RltnUtM
7 deg 31 qnln.) curve to the right for a
distance of Mlxty three and e en-tenths !
(63.7) feet, thence along the tangent to
said curvo foe a distance of thtce and
alxty-otie hundredths (3.61) feet ton point
In the north lln. of Twenl eighth Street, j
vld point being thirty-nine and live
tenths 39.5i uet North and one hundred i
even and twenty -eighth hundredths!
flOT.lt) feet we:-t of the momini'nt at the'
Intersection of the monument lines of Pa
clflc Avenue and Twent eighth Stitets
The location of said railroad tracks be !
mc morr particularly Shown in yellow I
upon inr attached print, which Is hereby
made a part or this ordinance.
Section 2. Lining the term of this
franehlse the grantee shall be subject to
the following conditions:
(a) Said tracks shall ie laid upon and
conform to the established grade of said
streets, and if said grade is afterward
clianged by ordinance of the Board of
Commissioners, the grantee shall, at Its
own expense, f hsigS the elevation of the
t-Mi-Us SO M to conform to the kame.
ib) Whenever the said Miects when
such tracks .ire constructed shall be
paved, then ,iaid grantee. Its siic-ecisoi .
: icl assigns, shall pave between the rails
nnd for a space of two feet outside of each
r.il. with the same material as that used
m the street pavement, and all t'es shall
be laid upon a coneiete base of such
thickness as j-hill be directed b the Cit
(.-) Said rrantee ahall put In and main
tnln sueh crossings over the said im-i-h.
ahall from time to t'.rie be inquired
bj the Board of Commissioner.
id) The said tracks shall be laid and
operated so as to cause no unnM'.f.ir
impediment to the common and ordinary
use of said Streets upon which they ore
e) Said company. Its successors nnd
assigns, shall leave no material In said
streets, and shall leave the streets, upon
the completion of said tracks. In ns good
condition for travel as it is at the pres
ent time- and shall always maintain the
.ame so that It will be accessible for
f) Good end sufficient conduits to
DnvS) water hall be luid and maintained
in good condition at the expense of said
grantee. In nil the water ditches crossed
b said tracks, so as to admit of free
passage of w ut- r
ig) Ogden City reserves the richt to
ululate and control the speed of all
tialns. engines and car operatd by the
(trantee. ita successors or assign, upon Lfif.
;ild tracks: which speed shall not at any
time be greater than six (6) miles per
Section 3. Nothing In this grant shall
be construed so as to prevent Ogden City
oi its authorized agents, i 'ntractors. per
son or corporation to whom a franchise
may have been or may heicafter be gTant
ed, from pavlnc sewering. laying gas or
water mains or pipes, ottering, repairing,
or In any manner Improving said streets,
but nil such v orV. and hnprovenv nt . shall
be made with as little Injury as practlc
able to said tracks and the operation and
Section 4 The fld grantee herein. Its
Ui censors and assigns, shill. and bj the
acceptance of the privileges and franchise
herein granted, and in consideration of
the same, does bind Itself. Its successors
and assigns, upon Ita acceptance of thi
, franchise, to sn-e wild city harmless from
I all suits, claims, demands and Judgments
whatsoever, whether In law or In equl L
whleh rhnll be asserted, found or rendered I
in any manner whatsoever, against Mid
city for injury or damage to abutting
property or oiherwi.. h reason of llnv I
k'rHnilng ot this franchise, or by rcnroi
of tho operation of said tracks: and thai
the grantee heir-in, lis successors and ap-
sign. will pav th.- amount of nny Judc-
ment determination or adjudication which
in any suit or proceeding may or shall bo
found against Ogden City Provided, hon - )
ever, that said grantee, ita auccessors an'I r
-'.-rignr ahall have had notice of any such f
suits and an opportunity to appear nnd de. t
fend th" same: nnd said grants Its sT- I
feasors nnd is.-ik.n sh.-ill ir jy in and? f
defend all actions brought against Ogden 1
City for nn injury or damage by reason H
of the construction, operation or malntc-.
Section 0 Thta i ranch re is pran'ed for H
a period of fifty (GO) years iiom and after H
the passsgs of this ordinance. H
See tion r. fnle..-, this eiant and all the; H
I terms and conditions thereof shall be ac H
cepted in writing by the grantee herein H
I within thirty days from the passage of, H
this ordtn.in. I ths tn r- shall be null an I
Section 7. This ordinance shall lake efjj H
feet upon it? first publication. H
Adopted and pataed by the Board of H
Coiomtssloners of Ogden City, Utah, this H
' itith dav Ot September. A. D. 1020. bH
J FRANK PRAXCIS, fH
At teat: -Mayor. H
C. T. UOTBS, B
State of I'tah. Countv of "Weber ss.
1 C T Moves. City Kecordei of Ogden. gggggH
City, I'tah. hereby certify that the nbov- H
and foregoing ia a full, true und coneri H
copy of an ordinance entitled' "An Ordl- H
nance gi anting to the Ogden l'nion Mel' H
way and Depot Company, its successors B
and assipTns. n franchise and right to con ' H
tru-t operate n,i maintain a standard H
gauge railroad track over and across PaV 1
-lfie .nf b.-twecn Twenty eighth ami H
I Twenty ninth Streets, and two stands ri H
gauge railroad tracl-.g over and across
Twentv eighth Street between Pacific and
Park Avenues. In Ojd'n City. Utah." H
adopted and passed by the Board of Com- H
imiasioners of raid Ogden City on the 16th H
day of September. 1920, as appears of H
record In my Office,
in ttnena whereof, I have hereunto set ppppj
my hand ami affixed the corporate seal H
,,; , ,L- j, n 1 , i this Utb day of September,'
sr:l.i city Recorder. H
, Mlshed September i 1920. H
MISSING PILOT I
!S LOCATED IN
TAT171 111 MEVATsA
lUlfH m llLf nun
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal..
If, pii0t John L. Eaton, missing H
since last Tuesday when he left fH
Reno. New, eastbound In a mall H
plane, is alive and safe at Shafer, H
1 Nov., according to advices re- iH
ceived here early today The IH
brief rejiort of the airman's safe- H
tv said he and his plane were pH
found fifty miles south of Elko. 1
A telegram saying engine trou- H
bl bad forced Eaton to land at
McNeil Smelters, in Butte valley. H
7.i mile southoat of Elko. Nn.. H
was received from the manager of
the air mall field at Reno by sir iH
mall service offlc'als here today. H
FOUND IN TRUNK
OVER MEXICO LINE
CALEXICO. Cal.. Sept. 16 Ths
body of n American, doubled In H
a trunk, w is round yesterday by H
some Mexican laborers on the fH
j Mexican side of the international B
line about mile from here und H
WU brought to Mexlcali today. 1
The body appeared to be that
of a man of light coloring, about H
j five feet, six Inches tall, roughly H
I dressed Tho back of the head 1
was crunhed In. Mexican authorl- 1
j ties are Investigating.
JAPAN GIVES LOAN TO
HELP SILK INDUSTRY
TOKIO. Sept. 16 Tho government , .
has decided to come to the relief of
the silk industry. It will loan the
silk syndicate KO.OOO.OQn yen, with an
additional 16,000,000 yen through the-
Rank of Japan. The object Is to keep
i up the price of raw- silk and control
w .. .
DICKKN's LANDMARK GOES
I LONDON. Eng.. Aug 28. (Coi-'-I
respondence) Another Dickens land- 1
mark is to be destroyed, the DOUSeQ,
where Bill Slkes met his death, as de-
scribed in "Oliver Twist " It stands in v
a court on Jacob's Island, Bermonil-J"
sey. and is being used now as a stable. t U
The houac was Identified by the find- J
Ing of some old plans of Bermondv y
i dated 1855. on one of which was mark- '1
' i d Itill Slkes' house." j
1018 Model 6-39 Auburn 5-passenger automobile; 4 new Kelly-
Springrfield tires, 4 other tires in good condition, 4 extra tubes, j
Exide storage battery in A-l condition ; new top ; newly painted
and in excellent mechanical condition. Snap for cash. See
J U Eldredge, Jr., at Standard-Examiner Office or telephone I
2450 or 599. !i