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Of UNIONS FIGHT
H PROPOSED UW
j j Gompers Rallies New York
Jj Labor in Industrial
jjj Court Campaign.
NEW YORK, Jan. 6. Employers
H In New York State were warned In a
ggHLl -p statement Issued by Samuel Gompesa,
p" president of the American Federation
H of Labor, that orRjinlzod labor would
H oppope vlgorouslx any attempt to en-
H art legislation lablishtng .in Indus-
gasBBBBH trial relations rourt.
WILL LEAD opposition
ggHLV He referred particularly to the mca-
H sure proposed ty the New York board
Efl of trade and transportation. If such
Hl jaw was passed, he declaed, "it win
B not work, because It will not bo obey
bbbbbBSIbbI 9H Mr. Gompers announred Hint he
E9 would tour the principal cities
KH the country and rally the forces of,
Hfl labor to ftjcht proposed legislation of
ESl that character.
E4 "The proposed bill." he said, "Is
B5a wroni? in principle and contrary to j
Ki the constitution of the I niled States-.
Inasmuch as it proposes to enforce
Efl compulsory labor, or Involuntary Berv-
"PLAYING WITH FIRE
Efl He added that neither strikes nor
E9 lockouts had been prevented under I
EK the industrial disputes Investigation
K9 act of Canada or the court of Indus-1
trial relatioii.s a- t of Kan
"When President Hardin,
9 ed to the United States congress in!
K9 his recent message," he concluded,!
Bl "the enactment of a law similar to
that now contemplated In New York, j
Bl Senator Stanle.s of Kentucky declared
H9 that the president was 'playing with
E9 fire.' That warning is commended j
9 to the thoughtful consideration of the,
ggBEfl employers In New York."
Hj Oil Well Brings
J Flow of Wealth
j to City Treasury
Hll LONG BEACH, Cal., Jan. 6.
fl a municipally-owned oil well,
MIH heralded us a possible tax eradi-
VjjH cator, started the flow of finances
'dkH Into the city treasury today when
Hilgsssw a contract was made by Long:
jffl Leach with a California oil com-
VfgaH puny for sule of 1,000 barrels of
BBsflJIagal tnt' , ll-v'H initial allotment of
MkH tho production. The contract
rft-'r' price Mas $1.21 a barrel. The
FjjgH well Is produc-insr between 300 and
EgH r00 barrels a day. having been
HM drilled by a private corporation
Hl no city ground by agreement tin-
H dor which tho city gets 40 per
HH cent of the oil produced and the
B operating company 60 per cent.
WOMEN GATHER TO
UNVEIL GIFT STATUE
WASHINGTON, Jan. 6. The statue
of Jeanm- d'Arc presented by the
women of America an exact copy of
the famous .statue that stands In front
of the Rhelms catedral was to be
unveiled here toda - by rs. Warren
O. Harding, assisted by Mine. Jules
.lusserand, wife of the French ambas- !
sador A ceremonial program Includ
ing addresses by Secretary Weeks, M
JuHserund and Mrs. George Maynard I
Miner, president of the Daughters of'
American Revolution, liad been nr-
ranged for the unveiling on tho 6lte
j donated by the government In Merid
L ian Hill park.
II The unveiling, to be marked by un
artillery salute, follows the presenta
tion on behalf of tho women of France
by Mine. Carlo Pollfome, president of
le Lyceumi a society of French wom
ii in America.
T WILL STANDARDIZE
ANTI TOXIN SERUMS
BS NEW YORK, Jan. 6. Unification
B of international standards of anti-
H toxin serums has been begun on a j
HEI large scalo by the league of nations
H health committee, according to a de-
HH tailed plan received here today.
H The United States, the league of na-
lions news bureau announced, has
IHbH agreed to co-operate In this work
HH ibrough the Jnl(ad .States public'
Kh health service at Washington, and
Kjgfl through tho presence at the confer-;
X ence of L)r. Rupert Blue, assistant iux-
goon general, slationod at Paris. Ger-
Bt man scientists will also take part, as
RH v. oil :is Japanese and representatives
BgS of all tho larger European medical
pa oo .
j AMITY TREATY SIGNED
ua I'UXSTANTIM tl'LE. Jan. & A
treaty ot trlendshlp between the Turk-
HlIsh Nationalists and Lkranla was slgn
I THEATRES I
Rough House By Athletic
Chaps Set Pantages
Three young men dressed In pa-'
Jamas, whose "rough house" -conduct
sets the audience laughing, take pari
lln the pleasing diversion heading the
Pantages vaudeville bill at tho Or
pheum theatre this week-end. "Thirty
Pink Toes" Is tho novel tltlo. Every
minute Is replete with action of some
ort and the whole ends with a sur
A whirl of fashion, song and dance
,is presented by Lee Stafford and Alba
DeRos. with Charles Pierce as piano'
I accompanist. The offerinc is artistic
ally staged, the costumes of Hiss Di
I Ross are beautiful and the dm
(themselves are fine examples of grace!
and beauty in motion. '
i Drawing the larseBt applause Of I
aity, Charles Althoff, the "Sheriff of
Hlcksvtlle." entertains charmingly a
Ithe agod fiddler who Is determined to I
Inlay no matter what ihe result. Alt-i
hoff, toward the cose, ceased the
comedy tactics and drew prolonged
applause when he swung over Into the
old lilting favorites of a generation,
Marguerite and Alvarez, opening
the program, proved to be. aerial en-1
tertalners of a higher than usual kind,
the young woman making an extraor
dinary Impression by her beauty and j
"Happy1 Colden. Sam Gilder and
the Mast Kiddles appear In "A Night
In Dixie." in which sonps and saying!
from the land of Old Black Joo are
brought out in an interesting and ap
Jones und Sylvester nppear Ul
rapid-fire comedy act. "Catching Their
Mingled thrills and laughter are,
furnished by this week's Installmi nt,
"The Dynamite Trail," in the mov-1
Lng picture serial, The Adventures of I
Tarzan " AVith only a few moro cpl-1
add OS to go. the .serial is attracting
ni"n attention by its quickened action I
und more refreshing scenes.
" Fifty Candles," a Eiggers
Story, Sho7ing at the
It is interesting to not" tlm prog-1
res- of Karl Ien P-igKors the j.opular
ountr American novelist who is forc
ing his n to the front ranks of those
writers who are now contributing their
lit. rary talents to tb screen
The theatrical oriu .sat up and
took particular ootice when he wrote
"Seven Keys to Baldpate' and fol
lowing close upon Its heels lv contrib
uted 'Love Insurance" which was
'transferred to the slh er sheet U a
starring vehicle for Bryant Washburn. I
n wot v. 1th great pride that Irving
Wlllat ,i .inoiMi. -'iJ '.i- rlc ing n
contract to produce Mr. Biggers' latesl
story- of mystery entitlnl "Fifty
Candles," which Is still fresh In the
minds of the thousands of Saturday
Evening Post readers.
This story deals with a plot wholly
: unlike any of Mr Biggers' forme:
novels :md cloaks Itself in a shroud
of mystery that WlU njrip you to the
final Inch of film. The suspense it
held throughout with a dramatic!
punch at th end. 5
'Fifty Candles" Is Mr. Wlllat e
fourth Independent production to be J
reh Lsed through W 'VV HbdkJhsoh
Corriorutlon and follows Johan Bojer'
famous story, "The Face of the
Wofld." It will be seen at the Alham
bra theatre todav and tomorrow
Norma Talmadge at Or
pheuin Sunday in Her
Norma Talmadge, America's greatest j
motion picture u'.ar, will appear at the !
Orpheum theatre next Sunday in her:
latest Kirst National picture. "Tho
Wonderful Thing" taken from the,
stage success of the same name. Can
a woman's love causo her to forgive
a man who hits married her for her
money, is the problem which Bllin Tai-,
madge solves In this excellent pho"o-1
play, it Is considered Norma s great
eat success, and her support has Hur- j
rison Ford, and many other stars
whos work help to make the picture
one of the current hits of the screen ,
BANDIT SLAYERS OF
MEXICO CITY. Jan. 6. (By the As-
sociated Press I The war department!
has ordered the pursuit of a band of
40 bandits who on Wednesday night
shot to death Timothy Costello of
Pennsylvania, an American citizen, on
his ranch near Texcoco. 15 miles
northeast of Mexico City. James Kel
Iv n British subject and partner of
t'oslello. fled to safety through a hall
The military commander at Texcoco
has already sent troops after the ban
dits, it Is stated.
Greatest Value Giving Event of the Year
Skirts, Robes SUITS !
3HU vVftlStS Fina ..learanco salf of every Fall
- , , ., ui i - s,li' regardless of former price
36 all wool plaid, siripe and navy and black (POOC j r , e iofxnn 1
serge .ck ins VL.VO Suits fornierl priced from $30.00
$4.4". Deacon blanket robe? plaid and flower (P O nr
miTrr .Too l $2.95 8ui! fro $24.75 - $35.00
$1.00 striped wash
r, $14.95 I
All colors and Black Sateen Petticoats $1.00
Colors and black, Jersey Petticoats, just a limited amount, to close out $1.95
Apron Specials Children's Dresses
Percale aprons, Colored ginghams - to 6 ears checks Blue and rose col
l 1 t ,i TrlU i i i Rnd plald K'npham ored poplin dresses,
belted models. an(J navy blues. dresses, largo resort I to 6 JRM Good
large aSBOrtmenl belted models mf'nt of styles, val- wearing cloth; wash-
ojt colors wes to $2.00 es well
79c 95c 79c 39c, 3 for $1
Millinery Special Children's Hats
Choi ce of any 50 trimmed haty Children's silk Children's silk vel
trimmed velvet r special velvet and plush --l trimmed hats
duvetvn hat tarns and felt roll brims
$3.95 $1.95 35c $1.29
French sateen SMktik ' bc!sA sKIi 'ffl Hmiuolr
v wWaaaJgsBpBMWHP sWBavsmvqRl
b f JBBmx9 Si sBr A c-l A LsV sbbb Lmnl
$1 95 jjjj! 1-3 Off J
DRAWS HONORS FOR
NEW YORK. Jan. 6. Ralph Culver
Bennett, president of the Metropolitan
college of law at Dover Delaware,
qualified ns B full-fledged abHent
mlndcd professor when ho was ar
raigned In Washington Heights police
court Thursday on a charge of as
sault preferred by Professor W H
Carpenter of Columbia university.
Admitting he had struck Professor
Carpenter In the eye on the morning
ui December IV. Bennott ezplalnH 1:
was all the result of his I'elng ah
sorbed In thought
He said he had gono to Professor
Carpenter's home, mistaking It for his
own New York residence, and ranf
the bell. Professor Carpenter ap-pi-ar.'d,
he said, and struck his hand
iintn the bell, which he had neglect
ed tn stop ringing. Suddenly aroused,
he said, he struck the profeMOr.
Magistrate Swcet9er held Dr Ben
run in $100 hall for a hearing on a
charge of disorderly conduct
HELD TO PAY DEBTS
LONDON. Jan. 5. A dispatch to
the Central News from Rome Bays
the order Issued Wednesday for the
sequestration of the private fortunes
of the administrators of the embar
rassed Banca Ilallana di Sconto in
volved besides William Marconi, the
president, and Senators Borlettl. Cat
tollca and Scallnl, Slgnor Perrone, a
director, Slgnor Poglianl and 17 others
Who are declared to be multi-mllllon-alres.
H National's Credit
Eil BUSINESS IS GOOD THSPM 1
j I, Hundreds are buying their clothing needs 'f' EKHflpil TT
19 CREDIT SALE HBADOWO
4 I )w Never before have you been able to buy BBSsBsr
Jj merchandise at jiTk
In si down HI 1 I
; (: AND $1 A WEEK T
H Come, see for yourself. Buy on credit. A I
' ; Our entire stock of Ladies' and Gents'
j BH ready-to-wear and Children's apparel at J$: HSHL
! big reductions and on credit at that. flHsBsW Wf 0olz I
H The National ,,nX
l J 2345 Washington. V V i SSSSMMmWmmKt
HARRY REINSHRIBER, Mgr.
CHICAGO. Jan. f. (By The Asso
ciated Press.) A majority of physi
cians In 19 states, replying to an al
cohollc iiuestionnaire sent out by the
Journal of the American medical as
sociation, asserted they did not regard
beer and wine na necessary thera
peutic agents In the practice of medi
cine. A majority made a similar as
sertion in regard to whisky.
About four-fifths of these physicians
declared there were no instances In
l heir practice where suffering or
death had resulted from enforcement
of the prohibition laws and about
thr -MU- favored restrictions in pre
scribing whisky, bcr and wine.
In the li states, 6. 797 physicians re
plled lh.il tin ydld not eonslder whis
ky a necessary therapeutic agent In
'the jiracticc of medicine anel 6,519 a
scrted they had fouod It of value.
i Beer as a therapeutic agent wa-s
supported v 2,668 physicians and p-
i posed bv 9,982.
On wlno, 3.884 doctors declared they
believe it hud a medicinal alue, while
S.29R physicians u.crted a contrary
TRAPPED BY POLICE
j OMAHA, Xeb , Jan. 6 louis Fil
'. ley. 2 8. Thursday called at the local
expre ss office and requested a pack
aj; consigned to J. J- Harris. He rc
Icelpted for th package and was Im
mediately placed under arrest by De
teetlve William durnett and taken to
ithe police station, where, in an un
guarded moment, Fllley made a dash
for the door, leaving his hat and pack
age bchlnrl He was captured after n
Slippery Chase over ice-bound side
walks and lodged in jail for Investiga
tion. Tho package contained, accord
ing to a Ftui nii-iit by Cbl- f of l-tei -tives
Van Duysen, 510,000 worth of
According to Oumetti Fllley com
pleted a year's sentence at the federal
penitentiary at Leavenworth. aboul
two years ago.
SLAYER TO CONFESS
HONOLULU, T. H.. Jan. 6 -Frank
II Gatherell, n 7 . a clprk, surrendered
to the police Thursday and confessed,
according to the police authorities,
that ho had murdered his wife in New
York In July, 1919. Gutln-rell uald.
according to the police, that he re
turned to his home after an absence
!of flevoral months, and some weeks
later shot his wife bcouiao of her al
leged misconduct during his absence,
He then fled to Baltlmoro and later
Came to Honolulu.
Qatherell surrendered "because he
I COUld not escape tho brooding feel
ing that soni v,os following him,"
.the poller said.
BOSTON. Jan 6 Bidding was
plrlted throughout 'he government
wool auction Thursday, when the gov-
crnmeni offered S 000,000 pounds,
mostly of low grade wools. Evurv
pound offered was sold. The wools
went largely to dealers, although eome
manufacturers, Including the Ameri
can Woolen company, were buyers.
Prices showed an advance of 20 to
16 pr cent on tho avorage as com
pared with the previous sale in early
l December The strength of the sale
'indicates the growing scarcity ol avail
able woo! The povornnien' ha- sft
between ten and eleven million pounds
'MODERN CAVE MAN
DEPENDS ON PISTOL
3AN FRANCISCO, Jan. 6 Philip
Whitney, 30. of Kansas City, was ar
I rested by a police detective Thursday
'after the police had received Informa
'tion that he had held Mrs. Maud Hux
horn. 20, also of Kansas City, n pris
oner at various hotels and other places
In the city for three days, much of the
'time at the point of a pistol. In an at-,
tempt to foi-ci her to marry him. A!
charge of throat against life was!
j placed against Whitney and lie was
released on J 1.000 ball
Relatives of Mr .. HUXhbrn here
notified the police that Whitney had
followed her from Kansas City.,
I whence she fled to escape him. and
I Was holding hern prisoner here. Thoj
police said they learned that even
'when the couple were riding on th'
I street cars Whitney held a pistol tc:
jthe pirl's side, hidden under the folds
I of her coat, so that she would not at
; tempt to escape.
SUMMONS NO. 79351
In the District Court of the Second Ju
dicial District, in and for Weber Coun
ty State of Utah.
QlODS ;raln & Milling company, a cor
1 poratlon. vs. Occrge C. Charlton, and
sometimes known as o. c Charlton if
I not deceased, and if deceased the un- (
known heirs, devisees, lnitaiecH and crcd
i Itorn of .mid Morne ('. Charlton and
sometimes known as G. C. Cliarlton; Jano
j Doo Charlton, Thomas Jefferson Carr,
sometimes known as Thoma.s J. Carr and
! T. Jeff Carr If not deoeSsed and If de-
ceased the unknown heire, devisee, lesjs-l
. lees and creditors of naid Thomas J.-i-ferion
Carr, SOmetlmeM known as Thomas
I, I'nrr and T. Jeff Carr; Jane Dc Carr; I
I PYajlk B, Ibx listeiler. trustee: Prank B.
Fiochstetler: J. I. Wlihelmv. If not de
ceased anl If deceased the unknown lielis.
devisees, legatees and creditors of said,
rase io. wllhelmy, John H Karberg, If
not deceased, and if decea.sed the unknown1
i heirs, devisees, leiratoes and creditors of
.said John II. Ilarberf:. Jane DOS Har- '
I'ctk. ClarenCS L. Hocnuletler, If not de
ceased, nnd if doceaxed. the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees and creditors of I
aid Clarence L. Hochstetler; Jane Doe
Hoehstetler; Freeman P, Klrkendall, If
not decoased. and If deceased, tho un
'.nr.wii ) i i r -. ile i !.;. it nd cred-
itors of said PTeenan P, Klrkendall
I Jane Don Klrkendall; William S. Hector,
if not deceased, and if eleceased the un
n heirs, devisees legatees and cred
itors of Mid William S Reotbr; Jane Doe
Ri etor; National liank of Oonmeres of
Omaha, Xdnuska a banking association
organized und existing' under the Na
tional Banklnp Laws of the Tnlte-I
States: maha atiinal Bank of Omaha,
Nebrasks n banking asuocintion organ
ised and existing under the N'atfi)nal
Banking Laws of tho United States;
Krank lJoyd, If not deceased, and If de-
rtrdbi'd, the unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees and creditors of .ald Frank
Boyd; Jane Doo Boyd; J. H, Helm-j
huecher. If not deceased, und if deceased
tho unknown helrH, devisees, legatees and I
Iredltora of said J. II. Ilclmbuecher, I
.inno Doe Eielmbuecher; Mrs F v'llcox,
If not deceased, und If deceased the un
known heirs, devisees, legatees and cred
itors of miM .Mrs. F. Wilcox: John W
Tangeman. sometimes known as J. W
Isngeman if not deceased and If de-
ceAsod tho unknown heirs, di vl lega-
teei and creditors of said loiin W Tan
geman, and aomotlmes known as J W
Tangeman ; Jam- Doe Tanneman; William
i If not deceased, and If deceased
the unknown heir, devisees. ICAteSS and
creditors "f said William Becker; Jam
: i Becker; John W. Tang.'in.m and
I William Becker an "Becker Ttnge
i man;' lClslo Tangeman, If not deceased,
1 and If deceased, the unknown heirs, de-
1.--', leR.itecK and creditor:; of sal.l
Qisle Tangeman; John TanRemann.
sometlmes known as J Q Tangomn, jfl
not deceased, and If deoeSSSd, tho un
known lirlrs. devisees. legatees and CTod
Itor.s ol Said John Q Tangeman (1, some
rimes known nti J C. Tungnnan; Mrs.
Clsie Tangemim, If not d ceased, and IT
doceased, the unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees and creditors of suld Mrs. Bllsc
Tangeman. Hector Wllhelmj Company, a
corporation: J. S Mapes, Receiver If not
dei 8 ised, and If deceased the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatee, and creditors of
said J EL Mapes. RacSlver Uottfriod
vnn Luternau, sometimes known a? (;oi
'rtefi vt Luternan an1 G. A'nn I.uter-
man. If not deceased, and If deceased the
unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and
creditors of said Gottfried Von Buternau.
sometimes known as Gottfried Van Bu-
Urnan and G. Von Buterman: Jane 1"oe
Intornnu. rometlmes known as Jane Doe
Von Luternan and Jane roe Von Lotcr
man; Hamilton Carey, alio known as
Hamilton Cary and also known as Ham
ilton Carry, If not deceased, and If de
ceased the unknown heirs, devisees, Irj
afe nnd creditors of said Hamilton Ca
rey, also known as Hamilton Carv and also
known as Tlamllton Carrs , Catherine
Carey, also known as Catherine ar .in.l
ilso known as Catharine r"arrv. if not
deceased, and If decensed the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees and creditors of
said Catharine Carey, also known as
Catharine Cary and also known as Cath
arlno Carry; R. W Dunnlnir, ir not dec-cased,
and If deceased the unknown
heirs devisees. legate and creditors
of said F, W. Dunning, Jane Doe Dun
ning; James D. Jordan. If not decea ed
and If deceased the unknown heirs fir.
vlsees. legatees and creditors of w.-i!.-)
Tames D. Jordan; Jano Doe Jordan. Bl
liott P Skinner, If not deceasod. and If
acenND m nninown neirs, oeviHei
legatees and creditors of said BUIott P
Skinner. faOC DOS Skinner: Jane Do
Brown, wife of Henry A BfOWn, If not
ssed, nnd if deceased the unknown
SOS lecai-es and. creditors of
aid Jane Doe Brown. John Io and!
Mary Roe whoso other and true names
are to plaintiff unknown, and ans audi
all persons who have or claim to have '
ome estate or Interest in nnd to all or'
any tmrt of the real property hereinafter!
The state of Utah to said defendants,
v.'u are iirr,i'. summoned to appear
within twenty days after service of this
summons upon you, If served within the
count in which this action Is brought:
Otherwise within thirty days after serv
ice, and defend the above entitled ac
tion, and In ense of your failure so to do.
judgment will be rendered against you
according to the demand of the com
plaint whloh has been filed with the
lerk of ald court.
This action Is brought to obtain a indg- I
ment and dSCT0 adjudging the plaintiff)
to be the owner and quieting Its lltl
against any and all claims of the de-
fendants In and to all of the following
des rlbed real e'.:p. to-wif.
A part of the West Half of Section !
Thirty-one (3D. In Township Six (), t
North Range 'ino (I). Wet, Salt Lake
di id Ian united Stute.-i Survey, -situate
In Weini county, and particularly dc
icrlbed as follows: to-wit'
KeKlniiinir at a point on the west lla
of Nebraska Avenue, marked with an i
Ogden City Survey Monument, thence
tie one-quarter corner between QecUons
:;0 and It, In Said Township and Ranie.
iicars South so degrees minute-- rj--so
feet and N'orih 1317.11 feet distant;
none BOtltn H24 feet ulong the West
line of Nebraska avenue to a liolnt mark
ed with an Ogden City Surrey Monu
nien'.; tlience North H degrees 02 mlr.-
men. West on tent to a poln' marl 0 '
with an ngden e'ltv Burvey Monument;
thence North H2I fet alonx- the east
line of Colorado Avenue to a point mark - !
ed with an Ogden City Monument; ther.oe.
South fifi degrees 02 minutes East 7-4 fect
alonK the South sldo of Howard street
to a point marked with an Ogden City
Survey Monument; thence North 155.11
fi-ef acroje- Howard Mtree- ,md alems the
Kast side of Ohio Avenue to a point
marked with an Ogden City Survey Mon
ument; thense couth M degreea 02 min
utes Bart fi et to s point marked
with an Ogden City Survey Monument;
thence South IS5.11 feet along the Was I
line of Nebraska Avrrue and acrcsa
Howard SMect 'o a point marked wllri
pii igden r'lty Survey Monument, theneo
Sr.uth S9 degrees 02 minute? East 16
feet aloni: the South side of Howard
street to the place Of heprinnlnij, fall said
points are marked with Ogden City Sur
vey concrete! Monuments 7 Inches in di
ameter l: 2 feet 1 inch long, with an
lri-n cr.n marked "O, C. S." anfl cen
tered v. lth a ? In and et n fret in the
ground), which said foregoing tract of
renl property was r.-n and prior to Fch
rUary 1, l''2i known a.
Ali of the ICorfh Tlalf rf Blook Two
(2). all of Blocks Three :',). Kour (li.
I'lve () and Six f6). of Falrmounl Park
Annex Addition, and all of Lots Nine
teen il? to Thirty-six (3G. both inclu
sive, of Block Fourteen 'to. of River
Pari: Addition, inclusive of all the inter- I
venlng streets, avenues and alleys r-.ir:-l
nlnp through nnd across the anie and
which said blocks, lots, streets, avenues
and alievs v.. -re vacated and set aside
by a certain resolution adopted bj the
Beard of County Commissioners of
Weber County. I'tah. on February I, j
1921, a certified copy of which n-ald reso
lution was filed and recorded In the of- I
flee of the County Recorder of Wober j
County. Utah, on February 4, 1321. In
book "O" of Leases, at page 42.
That the defendants whose names are!
to plaintiff, unknown, claim an Interest I
in said premises, as the owners there if,
and that the same a.s derived by con
veyance or succession from the said .le-
i'.-ndont. all in the manner as particu
larly allepcd in the complaint herein, to j
which reference Is hereby made.
C. R, HOLLINOSWORTH.
P. O. Vddress: Suite 51 S Bccles Build -Inir.
Ogden. Utah. UC1
NOTICE OF SPF.CIAL TAX AND OE
LINOUENCt' OF THE SAME.
To Whom It Maj Concern:
Fnder authority of Suction 27$ of the
Compiled Lews Of tilah. 1007 and ur. d!- '
reeted by Soetion 105u of the Uevned Or- ;
dlnances of Ogden City, t.'toh. 1115.
The undcrsirned treasurer of Ogden
City. CtaJi, hereby gives notice that a
.special tr.x for the purpose of paying '
the costs of building concrete sidewalks ;
In Sidewalk Dlstrioi No. 133 in Ogden
City, Utah, has been levied and confirmed i
by fin ordinance of the Board of Commls- I
sfoners of ogden City, Utah, adopted end i
passed Te. mn-'i 27. 1021 . nnd puhllrhcd j
December 2S. 1021.
Said special tax Is levied upon all prop
erty abutting on the following si .-cot.
Tho north side of Luke street between
Engineer's Station "B" 186-1-9-1.48 and
Fillmore avenue, the north side of Capi
tol street between Fillmore avenue and !
Knfrinor'9 Station "H" i '.'8 -! -13.22, the
south side of Capitol street between Flu- '
more avenue and Engineer's Station "P." j
196-1-67 23. the south lde of Twenty
sixth street between Tvler and Tayor
avenues, both elde3 of Tyler avenue be
twocn Twenty-sixth and Twenty -seventh
treei., 'ho west sldo of Polk uvenue be
tween Twenty-sixth Street nnd Knglneor's
Station "A" M-l-n r-? end (engineer's I
Station "A" 91-1-18 7S and Twenty sev
enth street, the east sld of Polk avenue j
btween Twenty-slxtli and Twenty-seventh ,
itreeta the -at shie. of Taylor aventie
between Twentj -fifth street and lngi
neers Station "A" 105-1-50.0 and be-(w-n
Lake and Twenty-sixth strecti.
both sides of Fillmore avenue between
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets,
both sides of Capitol street between Har
rison and Tnvlor avenues, the north side
of Twenty-sixth street between Engi
neer's Station "B" 173-1-27 22 and Ta; lor
avenue both sides of Lko street be
tween Polk and Taylor avenues, both
sides of Iowa avenue between Twenty
fifth and Twcntv-sixth streets, both sides
of Tvler avenue, between Twenty-iourth J
and Twenty-fifth streets, the wcat side
of Tyler avwnue between Engineer's Sta I
tlon "B" 106-1-70.00 and Twenty -sixth I
street, the east side of Tyler avenuo be - j
tween Knglneor's Station "D" 105-!-76 80
and 1-ako street, both sides of Custer avo
jnue between Twenty-iourth and Twenty-
fifth Streets, both sides of Folk avenue
between Twenty-fourth and Tweut
elxth Btreots. and the we.t sldo of Ta;.
lor avenue between Twenty-fifth end
Twenly-slxth htrcctf. In Sidewalk PIs
trlct No 153: and mor..- particularly do-:
scrlhed as follows: I
Koto 9 and 10 both Inclusive. Block. 2, t
Stevens subdivision of lots 3 to 7 both
inclusive, Block 71, Plat "C"; loU 11 to
is both Inclusive. Block 15; Nob Hill
Annex; part of Bloc'; 60, Nob HIU Annex;
lots 7 to 10 both incluelve. Block 61; Nob
Hill Annex; lots 2". nnd 26 r-nd I to 12
both Inclusive. Block 52: lots 1 and 2 and
18 to 2C both Inclusive, Block o3, Nob
Hill Annex; lots I to I and 21 to C2 all
Incluelve, Block 4: Denver Place Addi
tion; lots 1 to 62 both inclusive. Block 1.
Llnek and Griffin's First Addition: lots
12 to 28 both Inclusive Block 2, and lots J
12 to 15 both inclusive. Block 3: Klnck
and Griffin's First Addition; lots 1 and 2.
Block 1. lots 1 and 2. Block 2: lots 1 and
2 Block 3 lots 1. 1 I and 10. Block lo.
lots 21 and 22. and 1 to 11 both inclusive.
Block 1j. lota 1 and 2 and 12 to 22 both
Inclusive, Block 13. and lots IS and 2fi.
and 1 to 15 both Inclusive. Bid k 14;
Nob Hill Addition, lots 1 to 24. Block 1:
Robinson's Subdivision of Block 70 and
the south one-half of Block 69. Plat "C ;
lots 9 to 17 both Inclusive. Anita Iain
dor's Subdivision of lots 5 and 6. Block
2S; Plat "C", lots 1 to 7 both Inclusive,
Bloi k 20. lots 1 and 10 both Inclusive.
Block 21: lota 1 to 4 nnd 7 to 10 all In
clusive, Block 28. lots 1 to 10 both in
Cluslve, Block 29; and lota 1 and 2. both
Inclusive. Block 71; Plat "C". all In Og-den
City Survey; to a depth or on hundred
Ifoet bsck from the street line
Said tax is payable In five t.istail-'
I noenls. . . . ,,
The first InataHmes ISNSWOS dwln
LEGAL NOTICES Kf
quent n the 28th day of December, 1132 bbW"-
Th second Installment becomes delln MP
quent on the 21th day of December, 12S Bfe.?
Tho third Installment becomes delln- Hrc;
rjuent on tho 38tb day of December, 1924 fur
The fourth Installment becomes delln- Bu"
mient on the 28th day of December. r' WK
Tho fifth installment becomes deiui- '
quent on the 28th Oay of lecentber. 1J15 W&J
Kach of said Inatallmenta draws Inter- iBK'
est at tho rate of six per cent per n- Kv"
nnm trom the 28th day of December. 1121. mf'X'
until delinquent, and If said tax or nnv 'saK-t
installment thereof rhnll remain unpa'.'J mSk-
aftor th delinquency ot tho same; Inter- W$'
ft thereon thereafter will bo at the rate BjV
of eight per cent per annum until such I
assessments are fully paid Kf.
No interest will be charred if ptid on iH
or before January' 12. 1923. wr'
All special tsixes arc payable at th ffi- -
Offlco of the City Treasurer In the Cltv W'" '
hlt. at Ogden City. Utah Kt'
C, T. KOONS. City Treasurer B.
Published in The Ogden Standard-Exam- K
I First publication January 3. 1922 ;H
I Last publication January 7. 1922. S'v
CERTIFICATE RE EXTENDING L
Treasury Department, office of Corap- BE.,
troller of the Curreni i, Wnahlnaton, D. mSfi
C, Tecenihei I, l21.
'.Vhereas by satisfactory evidence pre- la
i-ented to the Ulifier ili:ueil. , has tn E'
made to appear that "The First Na- Ra
tional Bank of 'flen ' located in the E
city of Ogrten City. In tho county oi
V. ,-',ier rnd state of HtMi. h-.is compiled E
with tl thti provisions of the act of LV
congress to ennble National Banking As- gli
soolatlons to sa tend their corporate exist- iK
ence, and for other purposes, approved ftJ
July 12, 11&2. as amended by the act p- IffJ
proved April 12. 1902.
NOW, therefore, I. D. R. Crlaalngcr b
comptroller of the currency, do herebv fir
osrtffj that "Tho First National Bank of
Ogden." located In th city of Og3en ,
City, In the county of Weber and elate
of Utah, Is authorised to have succession k
for the period specified in Its amended E-..
artl sa ol association: namely, utitll close fc
i-.f business December 1. 1941. Wt
In testimony whereof, witness my hand
;md Heal of office this first day of De- BL.-'
cember, l81 W
(SEAL) D. R. CRISSfKCSETB
Comolroller of the Currency, 1
Extension No. 1423.
Charter No. 2597. LVf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS " R. ,
Nothe Is hereby given that under and H
pursuant to an order- mado or. the lsth H
day e.f Dei ember. 1931, by the Honorable !''-
Oeorre B Bot rer, "no of the Judzes of R".
the district court of the Second Judicial ft'
district In and for th county of Weber.
state of Utah creditors are hereby no-
tilled tu present claims duly verified
to the undersigned receiver of the Utah
Tire and Repair comoany. a corooratlon.
on or before the uuth day of February.
!: at the office of W R Skeen, at- ml'
. i o. Ec les Building, Ogcien, Utah. g:
lu te -if first publication, Dec. 16, 1921 If-,
Date of last publication. Jan. 13, 1922.
IARRY W BECKETT, JK..
W R. SKF.KN
Attorney for Receiver. 1124
FIREMEN, brakeriii-n. hcg,nn-rs $1!0
Utcr X25'"1. Write Railway, care Stand-erd-Kxamlner.
In the Second Judicial District Court of
Weber County. Utah.
Pusalchl Misaka, i-l.-iintlff. vs Tayono
The sta'e of ('a'.',: to ld defendant.
Vou an mroom I to appear w-i
! within twenty days after service of thie ir;
. summons upon you, If served within vhe b,
county In which this .f tlon Is brought. !'.
ivIbi within thirl flays after serv t"
- ' end the above entitled ac- K
tlon: nnd in case of your failure so to
do udcmrnl will be rendered against you
demand of the complaint t .
i filed with the clerk of R
' raid court. 1
I This action Is brought to recover a V
l iuil?'.r ''.' ing the bonds of matrl- t.
mony heretofore vl'tlns uetween you
nnd the plaintiff.
IIYRU11 A. BELNAP.
1 rr.e- for Plaintiff E
40;-4Qa cles Tlldp.. Ogden. Utah. 14S PH
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING M
The tvn.uuf meeting of the stockhold h
e,-s of the Utah Cereal Food Company f-
r 111 be held at tho Weber Club. Ozdn. 1
Utah, oo January 14. 1922. at 3 p, IB,, for F.
i purpo e.f electing new directors to
n oar. and to trans-
a, ; an; otl I islneas that mar come P; '
before the meeting,
UTAH CEREAL FOOD COMPANT. F
i WHTTNET, Secretary. jfc
Not I Is hereby given that the annual I
the stoctthoiders of the Ogden l
r 1 Water Co will be hold
on Monday, January I.
it I p. m., for thvj purpose of hear- '
tl report of the secretan' f
ths year 1921. for the
if seven directors to serre for i
two 'ears, and for the trans
business as may I
. . -in- ;--iore the ni-etlng. t
. 1 1 ..Ml v. MHI US. Secretary. f
Dal io den 1 tah, December 2S. IfiHL
Tlie repulnr annual meeting of tht
shareholders of the First National Bank
,v- ooicn r .-'i ill be held at their i'
.., ng room t Wi Washington ave- L
RUe on rues, - . January io, 1922, at li if
, for me purpose of electing V
rve for the ansuing year
tlon of such other busl- H
MM .,. propei i come before the
said meeting. . , .
Dated Ogden, D :embtr 10, 1921.
JAMES F r-T RTON. Cashier.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
The regular annual meeting of the (
holders of the Ogdea Savings BanV ii
. hi Id r,t ilieir bAnalng room in Og- ,1
den on Tuesday, January' 10, 92i. at
1180 o'clock a. in., for the purpose o.'
electing director., :o ncrvo for the entu
Ing year, and the tn reaction of such otli
er b'uKiii-e.. n mas properly come befors
thSm?iK) S. T- JEPPESEN
SHARE HOLDERS' MEETINO
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Th regular annual meeting of the j
National Bank of Commerce of Ogden. I
Utah will I'o held at our banking house y
on Tuesday. January 10, 1922, at ten
o'clock a. CD. . . . .
This meetlny callid for the purpose
of electing directors to serve for the en
KniuB year and to transact euch other
business as raav Lome before tho meeting
J II RILEY. Cashier. j
e rKular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Commercial National
Hunk of Ogden. Utah, will be held at
thai banking rooms Tuesday, January
01 )''22. at 0 o'clock p. m. for the pui - j
pose' of electing officers to servo for the
ensuing vear and the trannaction of sucn
other business s mav properly come be
fore the meeting .
Dated Oeen. V.V'&JSt.
Consult ounty Clerk or tlio Rp
livo Signers for Ftirthrr
Biatati of inry P Hlechert. Deceased.
The petition of Bertha B Nelson, foi
lt tT3 of administration to be Issued to
L lOiml Nelson in the above entitled
matter, has been set for hearing before
Hon. George S. Barker. Judge, on Monday
the 9th cUv of January, at two (2)
o'clock p m., at the county court house,
in the court room of said court, in Og
,ien Cltv. Weber county. Tttali
Witness, the clerk of said court. With
the eal thereof affixed, this 2Sth day of
December, 1021. .
CLAUDE T. M0YE9. Clerk.
Bv Agnes Smith. Deputj' Clerk
KalVerSOO i Pratt. Attorneys for Peti
tioner. ( Seal) yi
Estate of Ichlte.ro Nakamura, Sometimes
Known as Taro Nakamura, DeccAsed.
Tho petition of S. TamaJcl for the Is jl
ouanco to himself of letters of admlnlstra-
tlon in the. ubove entitled matter, has i
been set for hearing boloro Hon. Jame
N. IOmball, Judge, on Monday, the th
day of January. 1922, at ten (10) o cloc,
a. m.. at the county court house, BW i
court room of said court, in Ogden Lit , j
Weber county. Utah.
Witness, the clerk of sali court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 81th da
of December. 1921. . I
CLAUDE T MOTES. Clerk,
rtv Agnes Smith. Deputy Clerk
Joseph r. Evans, Attorney for Petl- I
Uoncr , .,v
mm Wm W,