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WEDNESDAY EVEMM. DECEMBER 1. 192C. THE OCDEN 51 A.NDARD-bAAMlNEK 7 I
PLACFD ON 0. P.
HH Road Runninci Into Oqden As-
scsscd at Rate of
S94.0O0 a Mile
Turn at 'he taiaiioo of fKIH a
road has rrmt been ifxMd In
f etod lh union terminals here owned
br 1b Oldrn lovon Railvw
H i r- "ii nor doae It in
H tftjlcji 'his reef I alned at $J4
7.14o. tnciMd.oc film etock ami
H franchise I-asi )ear (he I'nion Pn-
rlflr paid on a!ua tlnn nr IC441
IH ated by the Southern 1'iulflc umpan v
H I" next highest in point of alue per
H mile, arrurdlng to the pinion of th'
H r'af'- t"jnl of i quallut ion the figures
Hfl runln iKi.fcftl pet mile for main line
H and JlC.;i for branch lino, the lone
H mileage of th- now at moat abandoned
A road aroiind the nonii nd of the lake
H fWlb valuation'
BflV alue of the ntral Pacific this fMf
The OngOfl BBdrl L&M Itallroad
cotnpany'a main line this year la a
doe third to th Central Pacific's, br
ing al the rate of J88.320. Thla com
pares with f 403 a year ago. The
Oregon h'hoit I. me branch line assess
men' thin year la at the rote of 133 724
a mile, aa compared with S0,7tl a
year ago The total assessed alua
tton of that railroad In the niate. aa
fixed by the board of equalization, la
$12.93.93 thla year, compared with
In point of xlue per mile, the rtah
Railway company's line ranks next the
main line thla year, being wlued nt
161.3:" h mll .mil tli bram-h Hue
which la of equally heavy construc
tion, at $62,436 l-t eur the figures)
for main And branch linen fftn $63.
076 nnd $62,3X7. respect lvl The
valuation of tins railroad. including
frumhl-e and rolling rtork. this,
enr pluced at t,2KJ)JB, compared
with $2.f27.tv4o u year ago Aasess
ment of ih- rolling slock, parti) ov ned
. h the I tah rails. h nnd partl by. the
m T Salt lake Route in responsible for the !
The lener t. Klo t',ntnd i- m.-'inj
line Is valued al 151.144 a mile thin
Band of burglars, highwaymen, pick-pockets and dia
mond smugglers headed this way. Beautiful eighteen-year-old
girl said to be leader of the most des
perate gang of criminals who ever operated in this
territory. She is said to be of the most daring of all
female crooks. She evaded the police in Chicago in a
clevor manner. In her efforts to escape she hails a
passing police car, jumps in, and eludes her pursuers,
tho officers in the car not knowing they were aiding
a criminal to escape. All persons in Ogden are warn
I to puard their pocketbooks, hide their valuables
and keep their eyes open while the gang is in the citv.
It is reported that they will arrive today and may be
seen at the Alhambra Theatre Thursday, Friday and
Saturday in "Black Birds' Realart's new thrilling
crook picture. It starts right off with the first reel
wuh ail the excitement ycu might crave. Don't miss it!
I It begins tomorrow!
ear, while values placed on the1
branch lines vary from $lui79 for thai
l.lt'h t'oitonwood brant m to $48,812
per mile for the ningham extension,
with $33.h27 for the Dinghaiu branch
proper. Last ear (hia company was
valued m J'.o ,7o7 por mile for Ha main
line, and the three branch llnea men
'.. n I r..n J.12I J ' os2 i::t; :
The various other branch line of the
company are valued at figures Infer
mediate: between those given here
NEXT ON ROLLS.
The railroad haa the blgbetd aggie
eate valuation of any In the state, on
account of Its extensive mileage, pay
ing taxes thU year on $24.973. ,r26, as
compared tfttfj $24,160,788 n yenr ago.
In point of aKjererate value, ihe Salt
: ,ik Ko'ite m iiex , on t ht assessntcat
rolls anionic the railroads f I'tah.
liuy ing tax ihls year on $ 18.8S3.54 1 .
as compated with $IS.128,o31 a year
ago The main hn- mileage this year
ll valued at 54.?. 417. and branch line at
131 2i, on the avoragc mile, while a
ve.r seo the figures were $41,842 and
The Wefern F'aclflc's value per mile
!s $47.83(1. find Its total assessed valu
ation IMK.880. rorup.ired with $44,
783 per mile and $5.445.G30 a year ago. J
This company's Granta-Tooele branch
was valued the same in both vcars. at
$16,024 a mile and $248. 7X) in all.
Of the lntercounty electric railroads.!
the I'tah Llghi A Traction companv 1
has Ho- iarre-' a-ce.-tsed Mtluatlon per
nil, ezcaatlliii In tin respect aojnt
of the blj; steam lines The board of,
rjqtlillutlod values It at $49,093 per!
mile of line, though this was a reduc
lion from $49,445 a year aro. The to-
;tal valuation of the company is given
as $4.57i,59t, compared with $4,619.
210 a year a:o.
Of 'he mierurban. the liamberger
toetrlc has b fr the highest valua
itlon per mile. $42,492. compared with t
'$to 124 year ago. The total fipur-
are $1,067,554. compated with $1,476.
186 a year ago. The Salt Lakt I'tah '
lis valued at $30,349 a mile for Its main!
;llne, and $24,339 a mile for its branch.!
ihe figures comparint vvjth 119.9-73
and $23,664 a yenr ago. The total as-
isesaed valuation Is $2,225,470 this year
and $2,194.42.'. The I'tah Idaho I en
tral is valued l $23,841 a mile anrl,
pavs taxes on $2 510,070, ihe figures
coinparlnc wilh $21,179 a mile In 1919.
nnd n totnl rgluatlon of ISJ0S,91I
Hoston ha-s 20 cemcterlen. all but J
..r -, hlch miciir be ca lied old
WHaSa ' I ' I I BtJtJ BalMasWMasasl WUittr&JB JClu.T . ttTU mmr tai.-,
I THREE TWINSr
I What Is It?
A rip-roaring, side-splitting musical comedy re
plete with elaborate settings and gorgeous cos
H Monday c.nd Tuesday Evenings
H December 13 and 14
Last year the American Legion broke all pre
i cedents with "Piff Paff Poof."
Hi 'THREE TWINS" will mangle the reputation
of last year.
Staged and directed by Bob Major; musical di
rectors, Marcellus Smith and Wm. H. Manning.
Tickets for either night can be obtained at the
W optical parlors of Ensign Herrick, 352 24th St.
Extreme Cruelty Practiced on
Captured Marines and
PORT At' PRINCE, Haiti. Dec. I. '
( By the Associated Fresa). The na-j
nl iiurt of Inquiry investigating the,
lu-tiona of the I'nlteil Stutea ma-'
rlnes CODOlll4c4l lU lir-arlou in Hatft
Toesr1u with th- xu ruination ofj
Lieutenant Colonel Hooker, of thu i
c ruliirmerte, vh tevtiflel to the be-1
lief that 7000 peaceful Haitians had
leen killed ly h.mdlta In the List tit
I ea.n a Me declared that from March
1919, to October 191 large farming
nnd settlement :rras M rro compete
wiped out by bandits.
Colonel Hooker fsvp ;i startllnc; olea
of the methods of the outlaws, citing
nearly a dozen ene to show how ma-1
nnes and arendarmts i aptured by ban
tltt were mutilated, lie said that In
evrry Instance the' were deoa pit ;it el
nnd the ltal organs rcmovod and scat
tered .ilnnc the trails.
Two marines were burned to death
after torture. Colonel Hooker artto-rt
d Ha testified that a lieutenant
hod been killed, the heart and llvoi
distributed and e.nten, and the brain
removed to gbwc bulletn for the han-
Mis' guns The records. he said,'
-bowed thnt thlrt -two gendarmes of-;
Meters were killed.
lorra Williams, serceant of nry
mines accused of killing .arnitrr Jran
last vear. entered eniphatlcal denial
"f arullt. He declared Jean's house'
was midway between the bandits ami!
k'-ndarrnes during n lattlf at Mals.i l' .
nnd said that, hearing that Jean was'
uMmte wjth the marauders, he sum-'
ld him He testified that Jo4U) ap-
.ired with a towel around his neck;
a blanket about hl stomach,
nrlng. ho had heen wounded. AV11I-
mfl n'erted Jean was In his office'
while he Wllllamsi was patrolling
I earned upon his return Jean wasi
Admiral Henry T. Mays, president
I the court, announced th. hearing
rbuld. be resumad In Washington.
Is Granted Divorce
BAL.T LAKE. Pec. L Mra. Marl-
lie Rrownlna- Howard, daughter of
iv.- rnaater George Browning of Og
' 'M. was granted an Interlocutory tfe
:r of divorce from John C. Howard,
prealdent of the rtah n riefinlng
company, by Judge J. Ixuls Brown In
the Third district . ourt Friday. The,
plnlnttff charged cruelty. Mrx How
ard was restored her maiden name'
and arrangements for a division f
property wore allowed by stipulation!
Of the husband.
Mrr Howard -harged that her hus-'
hand had qauaed her Kreat mental
' ss and anguish on account of
repeated accusations of her aib'ged
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Tvt"' fljvotr rrd alii-antr nl )
lack of affection. She alleged that
the d f ndaiit u-rd har.h and intem
perate language In addressing her on
manv occasions and that aa a result
of such treatment she was compelled
to seek treatment In it hospital. She
claimed that for them to live longer to
gether would cause great unhapplness
and that they were unxulted to each
other temperamentally and otherwise.
CONVENTIO NWILL STUDY
SYSTEM OF STATE PARKS
PES M"INF,S. Dec. 1. A na
tional conference on parks was called
today l' lternor Harding. .-""pcrat -lng
with the secretary of the Interior
Jto meet In Mes Moines January 10. ll
The need for state parks will be the
chief subject to be discussed and thei
conference la the first national gath-i
'erlng ever summoned to plan how nn-
tlon-wlde Kystein of recreational areas
lean be established
While more than 3.000 Invitations
to the conference are being distributed'
lOovernor Harding wants It made clear
th it the attendance Is not limited to'
(persons specifically invited, for every-J
i . i ntcrested In tho conaer. atlon
moveihant will be welcome. The invl-,
taction list Includes governors of stat .
I mayors 'of cities park: officials, and
(lr. ionseratlon organizations.
MAY EXCEED $300,000 H
I'red W. French, whose alleged defal- H
atioiia with the City Trust & Savlnga
bank here have boon tstimated In the
neighborhood of $300,000. pleaded
guilty In superior court Tuesday to a J
rloment of t'ooo He
waived examination and was ordered
placid In jail by Judge K I. Hun
ham. AudUors checking up French's
accoun shortaga might ex-
reed snoo.ooo. French haa been con- H
nected with the bank sixteen years J
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