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2 1HL OGDEN STaNARD-EXAMINLK SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17,
Board Probing Execution of
Haitien Rebels Meets
WASHINGTON, Met 19. Tin- board
of inquiry appointed to invt stl?:v.e
.marges of illegal ? ecutlon of Hnl
ilrns iv American marines will meel
hfro m-xt week Secretary Danlela
announced today, anil prohab'.y will
hear witnesses b fore going to Haiti
'O crtiitlr.no Ihe inquiry
-The secretary su!d thai ho anumeo
m hearing would be publv. bul
iTilx a matter for Mie board
Search for ill former members of
he murine eorpM implicated in un
lawful killings of Haltlcn ....in. lit hM
neon instituted, Mr. Daniels said He
.iidorl thut it wna rip i these pei--uns
could be found and brought be
fore th board.
Another announcement was LHoi
Kcar Admiral Hurry S Knap,'. Who J
..- making study of condit "
(Xu nl. would b( Kim to s.m Domingo
0 Investigate and report Mr. Daniels
snid this Inquiry was no' occasioned
ny any evidence f misconduct by iw.-i-ines
stationed in San Domingo.
General BnmcU. former i-nnin-.and-.nt
of the marine corpa, who lef yes
terdav for Sun Kra.ni is o, has been
'called to testif) before the board.
I Governor Cox Attracks
Dupont in Hot Speech
(Continued Krnm One.)
ms: cio'd with a. brass band hi - n d
him. w is hie views on the Japanese Im
migration question Replying thai It
was u.n "Internal" question and thai
one of the Hitchcock reservations
would Lake 'domestic question from
i ho league of nulion jurisdiction Gov-j
. rnor Cox added:
I might say furthermore, that thlsj
ib :t white man'a country and the yel
low man can'l run it. If the yellow
men want to come here they niUNt OSl
i nbe to the conditions that we impose".
Governor Cox today hailed as "an
other somersault' th.- league of nu-j
lions' speech of Senator Harding, hl8(
Republican opponent, yesterday at Jn-I
M YNY FLOPS ALLEGED.
-The senatorial candidate has made
twelve definite, distinct flops on thej
league ainoe laSI August, In three
months-, he said.
"How many.'' Governor Cox contln- i
ued. "could he be expected to take
I between November 3 and March 4 . j
The senators Indianapolis speech'
means that Harding and his advisers,
have been caught in no man's land and
tfiey see they can't get back by Novem
ber 2 Thb ought to be a lesson to
politics parties for years to como It.
bys to be square with the people This
thing of trying to wiggle into the presi-
slcncy will not do."
In another reference to Senator Har
fling's Indianapolis speech the gover
LEAVES HIS DUGOUT.
Senator Harding left his dugout i
last night, held out to heaven hla
hand ami yelled. Kflmcrud, Icame
I rud.' 1 surrender to the hosts of peace.
But America has heard that kamerad'
stuff before and American soldiers
grew to know that those who sang it
could not be trusted and the American
people will not trust any candidate
with the presidency this year who has
done all he could to destroy the cause,
of peace 1 and holds his hands)
to high heaven and admits that be;
was wrong and asks you to give tho i
flag of peace to one who has done alii
he could by associating with its ene-l
rules to destroy 1L"
iteferritig to the German question,
the governor said that ''no man who
was an enemy to America during thC
vr" was going to vote for him.
"Every mother's son of the enemies
to America during tho war will vote
for Senator Harding and you service
men bear that in mind.'' the governor
I Harding Clear on
I League Issue,
H Johnson Says
I (Continued from Page One.)
' which divided up the earth according
J io secret treaties.
1 PEOPLES GIVEN AWAY.
The league of nations anil the
I treaty are the name Instrument and
I inextricably commingled.
'Every wrongful, wicked terrltori-
al disposition UDder the treaty of peace
I the league and its members are pledg-
Hj od to maintain.
4 Wo iirr the only non-proi iting na-
J uoii under a treaty which ha given
J lands and peoples to Great Britain,
X Prance, Italy and Japan and we are
aked to bear tho burden of maintatn-
I ,ng the profit Of others. They maj
H have the territory, which they have
H gained in this manner, but they shall
Vl not commandeer our blood and our
1 fceasurc to nuiintaln It
I O. s BREAKS rviTTi
1 "America broke faith for the first
J iirno In her history nt Paris, when
President Wilson permitted the- rob-
Hl i. tv of Shantuuf the turning over
HI of tn.dOo.noo Chines., to Japan We
FEAR PLOT TO !
! SLAY GBREGON
Mexican President-Elect Close
ly Guarded While Visit
DALLAS, Tex.. Oct. 16, QenSral
Ohrrgon wis gnardi'd ch aely today
following ;i r.pnrt to Cliief of Police
Ryan by Senor Roberto Garlce, Mex
ican consul here-, that he feared a ploi '
wai being fomented in Dallas to assas
sinate the president-elect upon his ar
ROI II in CHANGED
Senor Garcia said, according to tb- j
chief, that several Mexicans until
Lower California recently arrived in j
Dallas by automobile from California
and had bee spreading antl-Obregon I
Gneral Obrefton was bi uoght to
I'urt orth by train and met there by
Dallas civil- leaders with automobiles
in which the thirty-mile trip to Dn:-la,-
was made Thi routi- pri-vlousi
m apped out was changed and a special
detail of motorcyr le policemen se:n
I roveral miles out frotto r.illas t msl
ih partv but missed It.
LI W iNG Ni N ) Y
Two younc Mexicans were taken to
police headcjuarti-rs and qucstlonea.
according to Chief Ryan, but were not
1 placed under formal arr. 81
V M Spencer, chief of the depart-:
: ment of justice for north Texas, said
he knew nothing of tin alleged plot
Qeneral Qbrgeon and the otner .Mex
icans In his party will leave Dailas
nl 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. He
will return to Mexico via El r.isn ln
'oa.l of San Antonio and Ijareiln as
St. Louis Gives G, 0. P.
Nominee Great Welcome
(Continued From Page one.)
promptly et aside and refused
force the specific prolsion ol tin- law
in order to continue thi old policy 01
giving favored treatment to contract
ors lor railroad coal. The interstate
commerce commission assumed to set .
SSlde an-1 nullify I he specific provlalon1
we had made for equitable car distn-l
bution and to continue tn- old system
of favoritism to those mines holding
contracts lor railroad t- ira. There was
absolutely no Justification for this, for
tho commission had no authority what
evei to thrust auide the specific man-,
date of the law
When 1 become president and a Re
publican administration assumes I he
duty of enforcing the laws, this law
1-: goinj; 10 oe eriiorceu.
Proviouslj the nominee had touched i
on the same subject in a rear plat
form speech at Brazil, Ind , and Jusl
before his departure from Indianapolis
earlier In the day he had talked a( I Ifl
in. tei with John L Lewis, president of
the United Mine Workers of Amerl-
C"' TiRE.DY APPROACHi;i).
GREEN CASTLE, Ind.. Oct 16.
Replying to criticisms of his proposal
for an association of nations, Sena
tor Harding said in a rear platform
pee b hi re today that he already hail
been approachced "Informally" by a
representati vo of Prance who asked
that tin- i nltod Stales lead the way
to a world fraternity.
'1 notice in the- morning papers,"
said the Republican nominee, 'that
the secretary of state has said that the
kind of world association 1 am pro
posing cannot be made with anybody
except tho nations now out of the prej -Ident's
league Secret iry Colby speaks
for the state department of our own
America- and he ought to be prudent
and thoughtful about what he says, i
FRANCE IS ASKING.
"But he aays that America under ai
proposed association can only asaocl-l
ato with the central empires and
Turkey and a few other nations with
whom we are engaged in war. Why,
my countrymen. France Is asking,
Franco has sent her spokesman to me
Informallv, aikinp America In it.- ii w
realization of the situation to lead thi
way for an association Of oatloni
Knu'land ha said through Lloyd
;.'-.rgo and Karl Grey that America
must revise and amend and make the
league of nations possible.
"If there is to be a Jeague of na
tions of the world. It ouKht to be one
jblg enough and broad enough to take
in all the nations of the world, else one
group will be organized and arrayad
are as babes In swaddling clothes In
tho hands of European diplomats. We
are different trom the pe'oples across
the sea. They are imperialists, they
want new territory, new peoples; we
an- not impt ria list., ip.l dt-slrc no ad
ditional lands, no new subjects. '
Referring to the accusation that the
Ri publican party seeks to fix upon the
United States a policy of isolation by
not entering the league, the senator
"We've never been isolated in this
country either financially, socially or
politically We have only been Iso
lated geographically by the two , .
which God Knvi ns and whhh P i
dent Wilson, or the league of nations
cannot dry up. America never failed
to r-Hpond to n call of distress and
it never win- but let the American pi t-
' pli and not the European Tuitions de
The amount necessary for the ri
construction of the devastated re
gions of France is figured at 152.000,
1 000.000 franc?.
to be honor guest
at reception here
i ', "'-Alt :.'' :
Returning from a trip to Ireland'
MLonsignOr P M, Cushnahttii win be!
the honored guest at a reception to
be given tomorrow evening trom 8 to
11 o'clock at the Irglnln. The event
Is In charge of the women mem'oers
of St. Joseph's parish, assisted by the
Ogden council, Knights of Columous
As a young priest. Father Cusiina-1
ban came to Ogden Thlrty-nrne
yean ago he celebrated his first mass.
In this city, and since then this lias
been his home, and here he has de
voted his great talents to the welfare
of Ogden and the building up of the
church that has recognized his abil
ity and sacrifices by elevating turn to
the'high station of a monsignor
(By Associated Pre 01
PARIS Sept. 25 "Duke" Knhana
moku, Kooloha and Norman Ro.-fl. Ha
waiian and American swimmers; not
only smashed French sw imiulng rec
ords during their recent visit to Paris,
but established marks in another
branch of sport that will stand for all
time, according to the manager of the
hotel at which they stopped. Ho is
willing to hand them the eating cham
pionship of the world
"Mud Dieu, they command ze bifsteck
with pommes frites, three of them,"
said the hotel man The waiter pro
duced what is generally thought at the
hotel as sufficient lor three persons
but Norman Ross is alleged to have
confiscated the whole platter while
both Kahanamoku and Keoloha were
Inquiring where their own stP.ik was.
All the gesticulating eloquence of th.
head waller failed to convince the trio
that the atealf was meant for three.
Vegetables, ham and eggs, cheese, fruit
Ideseerts followed in turn while the
I manager moaned
"Why they drink beer with all their
meals,'' said the head waiter, horrified
I at the heresy of not drinking wine for
dinner. "And right in the midst of
their meal they absorb a huge bowl
'of sweet chocolate"
When Informed that the men were
I champion swimmers of the world, rcg
lular sea lions, the head waiter said:
"Sea lions, not much, they are meat
FALSITY OF REBEL RUMOR
PEKING, Oct. i. official request
(was made by the Cl.ln.se government
I to The Associated Press today to- re
i fute recent rumors originating in
Shanghai that the government had
"There is no truth whatever" said
the Government statement, "in reports
of a reactionary movement In north
I China. As far as the authorities know.
I no plot of any kind exists and the sit
uation Is Without change politically be
yond the fact that peace prospects
have improved materia lly.
Rorelurn legation In this city had no
knowledge ot the reported upheaval.
I1 " "
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Monsignor Cushnahan consistently
has labored In the interest of Ogden
and has won the esteem of not only
his parishioners but of all tho peo
ple, regardless of creed, and becoiae
of his wide friendships the recept.oa
on Monday night will not be confined
to Catholics, but will be a community
affair, attended by every well wisher
of the noble man
Monslgndr Cuahnahan'a homecoming
is to bo made memorable by a recep
tion expressive of the good will of the
people of Ogden, and a very big u.tth
erlnp is looked forward to by tho.ie
directly in charge of the arrangements.
KJBW YORK. Oct. 15. Airmen of
the army and navy including many
who won fame by their exploits during
the war will gather nOr on the night
of November ll to celebrate the sec
ond anniversary1 of the signing of the
armistice. The' committee in charge
has mads reservations for 3100 diners
who will be arranged according to
squadrons, flyinK fields and Other units
to which they belonged.
Military rank will bo forgotten at
the dinner, according to announce
ent by the committee. Generals will
he mere pilots, exchanging stone of
war experiences with airmen who serv
ed with lower rank.
"Arrangements for the reunion :in
in charge of a committee of which
Laurence LaTourette BrlKgs- founder
and first president of the American
Flying club, Is chairman. Other mem
bers ure James H. Taylor. Jr.. and Al-
j bert G Read of the navy; Eddie Rtck-
nbackiT I'lliott Springs Charlea J
Uiddlc. Charles Hanson Towne, Harold
E. M.irtney und Cole J. Younger of the
APPEAL TO EDUCATED
MADE IN COX'S BEHALF
I CHARLESTON. Y . Va , uct. 16
Vice President Thomas R. Marshall
j told an audience here last night that
if thi "electorate at the November
election wore restricted to those of our
cltlreifB who can apeak, read and write
'the English language. Governor Cox
would have a million majority."
"The stability of the American dol
lar is another Issue that vitally touches
our national life." said Mr Marshall.
I "The stabilizing of that dollar is the
next thing that must bo done Ry
that I mean there must be an assur
ance that we can get as much for
' our dollar one year as another. If the
Republicans were asked what they
would do about it, the answer probably
j would be, we will pass another Pavne
Aldrlcb tariff luw '
Mr. Marshall said that be had bi I ri
personal l onxioui ih.f th- i
, question should not get Into partisan
; COTTON GOODS PRICES
TAKE HEAVY TUMBLE
NEW YORK. Oct. 16 Following'
, the trend of lower prices In other com-!
j modlties, the cotton goods markets for
the last week have registered declines, !
running tar beyond anything ever
known in history of the trade As low
as 10 cents wo accepted for 38',-2-inch
B4xff0'a that sold as high as JO cents In
Today a new price of 20 cents is an
nounced on fruit of the loom, bleached
rnuslins, which is L'O cents a yard down
irom the high prices in agents' hands
during this year. Pope 4-1 muslins
.vi-n- cut to "V cents a yard, the top
price having been :4 cents early in ih
It now Is expected that large print
ers of percales and prints will abandon
the policy of protection on their goods,
and a wide open market is predicted i
When the ni-w prices are finally decid- :
ed on. which may not be until later this
Light trading and curtailed produc-
tion of cloth and yarn mills marked
: the week.
WOMAN BANDIT FIRES ON
AUTO. OCCUPANTS ROBBED
ToLEUu. Ohio. Oct. 1 Police I
ire searching for a woman bandit who!
last night held up a motoring party at I
Mominectow n. near here, and forced
the occupants of the car to. give up
i $90. The woman had an automobile
driven by a man. The motorists wer
xtoppl when then tlri- w , r, putlC
1 1 tur- .1 bv bullets.
A REAL SURPRISE
MILLINERY sSfek I
Beaven tor Blisses and Women, all Bbapea in Brown, Taupe, N,i and . ..
Black; '-aili iid every one Emmons lire.? ' lanmu.- !.-' mialliv ICfiC f: ? F&r
H0 value 4
'P DRESSES, v I
j KKEj -lh,J Women' Cloth t.at-. with fur. plush A' J fEu
tif " and i loth COlIarSt all Qewest style.-; also Mime bean yjT TT .
tiful black broadcloth with plush collar- (JMQQQ Inn fm
Pj'La'' M.sji:- and Women's French Sere, Tricot I
jj aP ine and Silk Dressc?. all the newest Btylei ' j HR
" J I V I Including pleated, panel and long waist ef j
o f recti Black, brown and naw fiMOflC -w
Smoot May Win Even I
If Utah Goes Democrat
ktlnued i nun Page h.
local Democratic organisation. Never
theless, the bulk ol them will prob
ably be against Cox.
Ths net about Montana is that if it
k-.'i - Democratic at all, it win only pa
by a very small majority. The real
inicrc.-n in montane ioiiiks and inu
Is true of most of the northwesterr
Mates is not In the national ultuatloii
but In the local triumphs of the Non
Idaho will surely go for Harding
Here again the Republican candidate1
for Fnlted States senator will run
markedly behind Harding Two Wei
ago I would have said that the Demo
crats would reelect their Senator from
Idaho, but the Republican candidate :
for senator will be carried In on the
Washington w ill go heavily for Hir-;
din. Here also the Republican can-;
Idldate for senator will run behind The
, Republican senator Jones, who is him-1
i self a candidate for reelection, has'
Imuch opposition from business men In
Seattle, because of some of the Sena
'lor Jones' official acts in regard to
-hipping. liut the best Judgment Is
that Jones will run behind 'Harding.
; he too. will w in
Oregon apparently Is about to do
'a curious thing, which confirms, the
i reputation of Oregon as one of tho;
most Intelligent electorates in America,
will go for Harding by a very large
majority probably, as laree a major
ity as Roosevelt got In 1004. but In I
the senatorial election in Oregon Sena
tor Chamberlain, who has held the
seat tor twelve years, in a candidate
for reelection, Chamberlain Is a goon
(Senator, and Oregon likes him. There
fore, ulthough i riu'on w:;; g:ve one ot
the largest Republican majorities In
'the country in proportion to Its popu
I lation it Will probably reelect the
Democratic senntor At least this Is
I the present tendency. Three or four
I weeks ago everybody took It for grant
.1 that Senator Chamberlain would
'win. Rut Just now the Republican
I trend Is so strong that If It continues
I to roll up until election day Chamber-'
lain mav be In danger.
i l IFORNl V
California will go Republican. Hope
nil Democrats place California In their
column, and observers who ha'e
friendly feeling for the underdog lend
Ho place California In the doubtful
'column. But the truth is that the
wiser Democratic leaders In Cnllfor-j
nlu do not foil themselves
The total registration In California
'will be about 1.300.000 or wblch abou.
'800.000 Will be Republican. 300.000 1
Democratic. and 1;.000 declin
ing to state their party affiliation f
course the mere preponderance of 1
registration docs not make the election 1
i foregone conclusion. But It is slgnifl-,
cant that the percentage of Republican i
registration this year has risen from
E I per e nt of the totul up to per
cent of the totul while the Demo ratio
registration has fallen In about thei
As to the senatorship California Is
ih.- same old story, only more so. The
J Republican candidate for senator.
Shortridge, will run rar hehlnd his
,'tlcket. The sitting Democratic senator!
I'h' Uii. i- universal looked upon b
California as a creditable figure, lb-
has a' stronghold on the affection of
the state lb ha-, made a tin. public
record In many offices. And has alway
shown the kind of keen and Intelligent
interest In public affairs that Cali
Phelan will probably ran , Ti.ooo
ahead of Cox. Which Is the vame thing
as saying that if Harding's majority
in California Is less than 75.000, Phel
an will win-
MEXICO, UUZON'A. NEVADA
f thoe three southwestern states,
which have throe electoral vole each.
.-.'. Mf-M-o is nroi.ablv l"t to the Re
publicans this year. Arizona Is very
even, and Nevada although normally
a Oemocrallc state is from the
Democratic point of view In danger
thifl year. Nevuda's population la
hin ill at best, and the recent census
showed that during the last ten years
it has lost four or five thousand of tys
eighty thousand people.
In Nevada's population there I. a
rather large number of Irish, who are
opposed to the league of nations, in
Nevada no Democratic candidate,
aside from President Wilson 'af ever
given more than 8600 majority.
Hi- year the Republicans mav parr
Nevada for ..Harding, but the Demo
crat will probable reelect their sena
i r u
i tah If full of complexities, including-
earl Mast Ifl ones which make the
situation la that state not easy to un
1. r i.ind and still less SjSSQT t explain
t . the public oulsld the state.
The net of the Ctah situation I
that Cox may carry the state but the
Republican senator. Smoot, will prob
ably be reelected. Everybody In Utah
knows the distinguished position thatj
Smoot has In the senate and as a na-l
llonal figure. Local pride In 8nioot's
position will be enough to give htm
si.b i i bio margin .v . r tin norm i!
i ( ! .o K I ( i
'olorailo is another of those states
which went strongly for Wilson In
1918. and which the Demoi rats claim
thla year liut the best Judgment is
thai Colorado this year will go for
Harding The senatorship, however.
tiua HOI yev iuii.i iiwicu ui num
liaoi; caused by the September prim-,
irli i rid y made i rv complex by the
existence of a regular Republican can
didate, and a threat of an Independ
ent Republican candidate, o regular
Democratic candidate and Non par
tisan league candidate Out of this
chaos It Is hard to predict what will
Minw i ST SI vi Eg
Wan-as and Nebraska will bOtb g"
Republican heavily As to ' "klahomn.
the begt Judgment is that the atate Is
safe for Cox. Missouri, as the el. . tion
draws close, seems to tend more and
more in the direction of Republican
Iowa, of course will go heavily Re
publican. As to Iowa senatorjBhlp a
weeks ago. 1 said Cummin would run
a hundred thousand behind Harding.
Today I would not sn- that, Cummins
friends have become aware of his din
ger and are stirring up the state to
be loyal to his fine character and the
prestige he has given Iowa In the sen
ate. Cummins will si-ffer from the oppo
sition of the Iowa farmers to the re
cent railroad bill he helped 10 make,
but be win win readily.
Those are the details The net of it
all fa this Of all the states west of the
Mississippi river Cox will carry with
out any doubt, of course the three dis
tinctively southern states Louisiana,
Arkansas and Texas.
The one state Which may he called
si mi-southern so to speuk. Oklahoma,
he has a little more than an even
chance of carrying
-i bs (.. i) prvicrom
Other than this, In all this Western
territory Cox will probably not get
more than seventeen or at the outs'lde
twentS three electoral votes out of a
total of 12
In all this, there is one clear fact:
The Republican strength is overwhel
ming on th.- presidential ticket alone.
On the aggregate of the local sena-j
torial Issues the distribution of votes'
between Republicans and Democrats
does not Vary greatly from normal.
It Is almost whollv .i case ..f Irrita
tion against the Democratic adminis
tration at Washington A case of fir
ing the hired man.
Copyrighted lyil'J, by the New York
ECvening Post, im .
Notice to All Masons
To the members of F.1 Monte Com
maadery No. 2 K. T.. Ogden Chapter
No. 2 R- A. M., Weber Lodge No. 6
F. and A. M., Unity Lodge No. 18 I
F. and A. M. and George Washing
ton Lodge U. D F. and A. M.
You are hereby notified that at the
Masonic Temple at Ogden City, We
bcr County. Slate of Utah, that on
the L'od day of October, 1920. at 8
o'clock p. m. of said day, there will
be held a meeting of the members
nt c-.ll l:,s,,nl- l.mlpes for tho nnr
pose ot considering and acting upon
the proposition of forming the mem
: bers of said Masonic Lodtjes, together
with members of all future Masonic
Lodges under the same Jurisdiction
and having the s;ime Jurisdiction, as
said above named Masonic Lodges,
I into a corporation, not for pecuniary'
profit, under the laws of tho State
The foregoing meeting was called
by the Board of Directors of the Ma
sonic Temple Association of Ogden
Dated, this the j th day of October.
Pres. Board of Directors.
M IN TOSH,
! K. of P. Notice
Urol hers requested to meet ai. ball at
1 30 p. m. Sunday to attend funeral
of our late Brother Wrn. Jenkins. Kit- i
D K HASTINGS. C. f
Great Britain is planning to spend ,
nearly $600,000,000 on war veterans j
during i be fiscal year, ttSO-Sl
ROMANTIC SWORD f
EH MMM f
WASHINGTON. Oct Hi The sword I j
of "Ronnie Prince Charlie," worn by I I
him at court, and one of the romantic I I
blades of Scottish history has come to I 1
is thi gift . I I r
i ...1 Gnrioch, ontj son of the Earl ol f'
. M r Of Scotland to Mrs. Clarence Crlt- I Jw
tenden Calho.tin of Washington one I AK
of the descendants of the House of LaLaV
Mar on her mother's side. The hlstor- H
sword delivered through the 9
came In eii re I '
of the Ambassador. Sir Auckland Ged- K
WOfda of presentation which ae-
companled the claymore declare It was 19
sent "in view of the tact that It was BB
, for their nd loyaltj to the -
causi ..t the Stewarts that the Earja $
of Mar suffered so greatly In their
est.. s and fortunes that some of the
family In exile sought rofuga In Am.-rl- EP
Ever) Canadian soldier settler le Pfcft
entitled to a soldier grant of 160 WB&
acres of hind In the Dominion. HiSl
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APPLICATION FOR PATENT nSBW
United States ln! Office, r.clf Lake IsBsV
City. Utah, Sent 10. is20, ibbbI
Nntlc- I- hi rel.v given that Southern hSklVI
I'aclfi. t "! r Mining & Mill.,;.. FVsi
Company, a corporation, through its uu lH
thorlzisl ngent. Cora M. Ilnldcrnian. whox.- jH
i-ostotflco nddr sd Is Salt Lake City L'Lnh H
li. fni a I'nll'd Slut.-- H
patenl ior tie- Dloi ' Cuprite No Cup- I I
r,t. N" 'U..i L-iKt Chr.nc,-, ljift UH
i !, Extension No j. Last Chance Fx- H
tension So Pea Cock nn.i Top NoUh ft. . '
lode mining clslma connolldatcd. situated bsH
In the Sierra Madl-i mining district, Coun P9
ty of Wober. State Of Uth lieing Sur ISBm
vey No. 6571. and described In the field PSoB
notes and pint : lie In this office, with kflH9
ningnetlc variation ut is dcg. East, as raBuW
Con.ni.-ncing nt coiner No l of Dlorlte ert-
lode claim, whence the S. W. corner Sec Hi.(
8, T. 7 N.. U 1 Wt. S .L. B. & M. bears
S H deg. A? min. W 122C G feot: Mt
Thrnco N. 0 deg. 23 mm. W. 600 feet !!
to corner No. 2 of snld Claim. J:,
Tie: r; 3000 fret BBBW
to corm-i No. .1 ot Wizard clalrr.: lfBaM
Thence N. 5 dea S3 mm, W. 966 6 feet bbbbH
to cornet Mo 2 ol Top Notch claim: it
Thi n. . S. 31 deg 63 mln. K 666.4 feet LbBBM
to corner No. I ot Lact Chance Pxtension BBBBKB
Thence N. deg 48 mln. W, 1455 4 fort BBBkS
to corner No. 2 of Last Chance Extension bHB
No. claim; bbmbkI
Thencee S. 88 deg. 51 min. E. 600 feet BBBV$
to eorner No. 3 of sold claim: BBBBm!
Thenco S 6 deg. 48 mln. E 1459.4 feet LbEK
to COiner No. 4 of aald claim. Identical BHltfl
with eorner No. 3 of Last Chance claim Ibbb9
Thanes s 5 deg 23 mm. B 1336.3 u -t liKE
to corner No. 4 of I. Chance claim. BbHSS
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Thence S. 6 deg. 54 mln. E. 1435.1 feet Lb (V
to corner No. 4 nt Last Chance Extension w
No. 3 claim; afaV
Thence N 8S deg. 53 mln YV. 2704 5 feet BBW ST -
to corner No. of Cuprite No 2 claim BbVKn
Th.-nc K. S deg. 23 mln. W. 1200 feel Wg.
to comer No. 2 of Cuprite No. 3 claim. BBkefl
Identical with corners 1 und 4 of Wizard BBO'M
and Dlorlte claims, respectively. BBKalH
Thence N. tS dec. 63 mln. W. 1500 feet SbVS
to corner No. I of Dlorlte claim, tho place H
of li. ginning and located In SW U SU SbVbI
4 Hnd NK. U. Section 8 and NW, 14 and LbSsT
NL. V of Section 17, Township 7 North "MS
Bsaga 1 U'.-Mt s. l. B, a.- M. lontaininc aaflt
on ttr-i dj IDV-WS ..' res exclusive 01 eon IW -
filets, 11 shown by ths dul) certified m .
field notes of rsild Survey No. 6571, to b ffl
in conflict with SW 1; of SW 14 of Sec BBBH
lion "- and with Section 17. T. 7 N . K. 1 SBBBS
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I dirSOt that this notice be puLIUhed Ir. BBH-a3
Tho Standard Examiner, published at bBbU'S
' Ogden. Utah. faff
Gut'LD IS. BLAKELKY kaKr 1
I Bcgistor. BBBMII
EDWIN W SENIOR. bHK4
Salt I-Kc City. I tah, SBHi
Clal.uanl'j AttOmsy 422 BBKj
1 ' publication September Tl I r
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS HPx 4
Notice U herehy irlven that Weber LbHh
county, t'tah, proposes to make the fol BBWV a
lowing public Improvements, to-wit- Con keBSB
i.truct pavement on that certain atrip of BBBlfl
roadwuy lUhtnen (IM f. , 1 wide In th. BBBBH
'rt-- C .( running trom tie BBBBsS
south clly limits of Ogd.-n City I'toii BBbHibbII
at the south 1 net of F" Henue, West LbVH
Ugden. Ctah to the property line of the BbSsB
Globe Mllllm.- Company . a distance of 1287 LbbIHbbI
fet.t. together with work In.-ldc-ntal then BBBbI
to. according to plans, apeclflcatlona and Hh7
profile on file In tho ofl e of the eountv IHa,
And sealed bids are Invltefl for sail LbUI
work und will tv? received at the of fir, BraSi
of the county clerk. In the county com BBMaitca
house, Weber county. Ctah. until ten BbVbSI
ojcock a. m. on the 2lth day of Octoiv.- LssBE
Instructions to bidders, plans and sberi BBBiKB
flcaiions for said Improvements con b-n BBVS
toi .on,, cleta saVm. -
The right Is reserved to rejee; any or fefelpJ?
!:- ordei ol the Board f County Com '
inlssloiiirs of Weber county. Ctah thlk H I
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(Slimel) WALTER N PA Hit. LsBI
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