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6 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1913. I
Ii i furs n
FURS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS The showing this season Is fl
I the BEST VALUES at POPULAR PRICES.
Red Fox Sets, Animal Scarf, Larfle Muff $17 10 S
Black Russian Wolves at per set . . $20.00
Grey and Brown China Wolves, per set $7.00 and $9.00
Separate Mufs. .$1.50 to $15 00 H
Children's Sets, $1 50 to $1100 B
SPECIAL This week. Children's Extra Heavy Fleece Vests and
Pants, 35c values, at 25c.
THE M. M. WYKES CO.
2335 Washington Ave.
I STANDARD TELEPHONES
For Editorial, News and Society
Department, Call Only Phonr No.
For Subscription and Advertising
Department, Call Phone No. 65.
J Advertisers must have their copy
1 ready for tho Evening Standard the
evening before the day on which the
advertisement Is to appear lu order to
Depart fo- Nevada --.Mr and Mr
B George Debbendener departed yester-
H day for Winnemucca. Nevada, where
I . they expect to reside. Mrs Debben
I man, one of the popular members Ol
the Ogden Tabernac'c choir Mr Deh
bendener was a.'BO well and favorabb
I known here.
At Once Good. rean. ?oft rairs at
the Standard Office Highest prices
i !J paid.
Harbertson Jordan At a ronlerence
held last night between Mr'nager Joe
' doss of the Orphnim and the two
j wrestlers. Jack Harhertscn and Chris
Jordan a conclusion was arrived at
which may brins the wrestlers to
gether on the local stage In the near
future Both are at present In good
- rendition and readv to put up a bout
, that would Interest the fans for some
I M length of time.'
j Uld Mats for sale nt Standard office
I ii cents per hundred.
Winter Courec The wlrter course
of the Weber academy opened yester
day morning. Increasing the attend
1 ?nce for the ; ear to the number of
j 410 students Those who enrolled
j vpBterday are. fcr the most pan.
;oung men from the country whi!
were unable to register at the com
moncemcnt of the term because of
their work at home
FWst-Class Auto Service Call np
Elite Cafe. Phone 72
Chautauqua Circle "The Mennlns;
I of Evolut'on" will be one of tne sub
Jecte of discussion at the meeting oi
I tli Chautauu.-i Reading circle which
I will be held tomorrow night at tne
1 home of Mrs Gecrglnla Marr.oti. at
L'21 Twenty third street. Articles In
; the October number of the Chautau
qua "magazine will also be discussed
Dr. H. B. Foroes hap resumed prao
B Rl 2478 Washington Avenut, op
I oslte Broom Hotel
JOHNSON Funeral ser Ices for
Charles H and Wllma Johnson will
he held from the KirKendal' chapel
tomorrow at 2 30 o'clock, Rev. J, B.
Frown of the local colored chiireh of
ficiating. Remains of Charles John
ton will be interred in Ogden City
l emeiery. while the ife's body will
be sent to Little Rock, Ark , for
At Once Good, clean, white rags
ii ih Standard Office Highest prices
Train Strikes a Wagon East
bound O S. L extra 1206 struck a
team and wagon at the Granger sta
tion early this morning. The outfit
belonged to the Utah Construction
company and the driver was unload -Ing
freight at the time. By a for
lunate chance, the man escaped nn- '
bcratched. hut one horse was in- '
.'ured and the wagon box was de
molished. Olo papers for sale at the Standard
ffi-e. 25c rr hundred.
Marriage License A marriage li
cense has been Issued to William W
Purrinaion and Mnrv A Hnntpr
'-Hi WANTED Green Fruit Trees In four
foot lengths $5 On per cord. Og-
I ,J den Packing ft Provision Co. if
yM 8ues for Autc The Studebaker
H M Brothers company has commenced
eiit in the district court against R,
iJM E. Worrell for the recoery of in
I m automobile or 1376 It is contended
'''kM lnlt the mechlne has wrongfully been
lr- the poEsesston of the defendant
V-'JB b-'nre November 10, 19111
FURNISHED houee, ah.o furnished
,:fM 4P16 Corey. 2366 Wash. Ave.
I Damage Suit Tho, personal Injurs
'yB Be or Mike Ritchie- against the Ore
gon Snort I-'ne and Southern Pacific
't'.-'m companies will be submitted to the
JrfM 3ur tomorrow. An adjournment of
the court was taken r his afternoon to
jiW Elvo Judge Harris and the altorney0i
-Jm t!ne to prepare instrm i v ft.,.
:'4?!Mi iury. On motion, the South, n. i.
p,",c h5 been eliminated from th
i' -n experienced bookkeeper want-
2 ".'rW ed. State age. salary expected, give
references from present and past em.
-HMl Ployers. Addrejs Box 706, City
:3M 8uit for "J1688 Roy She,.V has irm
'tMl menced suit in the district court
jE against Joseph T Ryc-rson &. Son to
collect $1.:&8 29 alleged to be due for
'xBM material furnished the defei
&Si APr11 l8
Syfl I' you wish the beet Butter in the
BraM State, ask for B & O.
Divorce Case 1 be divorce case of
HH Anna C. Coleman against Albert C.
Kli Coleman was resumed la Judge How
6fl yw'i division of the district court to-
raH day and It will be submitted to the
court evening Since the tesfmo
gWi 7 of the prlncipaJs lu tnj cooiroreiay
Kflflj there hs.ve been no BeamUonaJ fact.
BH Beat building lots In citr, 13th SL
P9 addition. Phone 479. 603 12Lh St --
OB lends Paid Off Today County
pJB Treasurer Joseph Storey paid off $12,
mH 'W e tins hsntded lndebtadneu of the
HH oouaty tram tarn collected in toe
to? or two Mr. Storey stxic
jH uat tax mosey ig cotming in more
rapidly the last few ays and h?
iP-'fpr '"n citlnne u equal those,
TMZJml yafbr WvenfrJr Jbi -witrm in
he last day for collrrtions before pre
r the delinouent list.
Love Affair Sunday evonlns Wal
ter Smith of Salt Lake and AgBOfl
Hlxon. an inmate of the State Indus
j rr;.i 1 school, cloned from this city and
lit Is surmised by the authorities o:
I the schco! that they Intend to got mar
rieri. Tt 16 said that they are old
isv.ec-thcf.rts and that Smith was an
mate of the school at one time. Miss
iHiXon came 'o the school from Salt
TO GIVE PARTY
Considerable interest is being mani
fested among the Scandinavians of
the city in the Norwegian Benefit
concert which will be held in the Tab
ernacle tonieht. Hagbert Anderson,
v ho has arranged the affair, is san
s;uine of Its success from a financial
point of view and says that aside
from hparlr.c the hopr local talent,
the people of the cjiy who attend will
receive a rare treat In hearing Ar
thur Pederson Freber of Salt Lake,
6on of the late Anton Pederson. who
is one ol the foremost violinists of the
The following program, which will
begin promptly at S 15 p m.. will be
Orgc-n Solo Sam F Whitakcr
Tenor Solo "Within Your F.ye3,
Love" George Douglass
Mezzo-soprano Solo. "Goodbye"
....Mrs. Mary Harrington Stevens
Flute Solo, A. "La Sirene' . B. "Sol-
veigs Song" xel krfatider
Dramatic Reading. . Moroni Olson
Soprano Solo "Margaret at the Spin
nlng Wheel Mrs Fred G. Clar'
Violin Solo. A "Sonata. Or by
Grieg; B. 'Allegro Con.-Bro". C.
"Allegretto Quas Vivace;" D "Al
legro Molto Vivace"
.Anton Peiierson Freber
Soprano Solo, "Saterjmtens Son
day'" Mrs Agnes Oison Thoma
Piano Duet. "Peer Gynt Suite" by
Grieg . . Miss Carrie Browning an-1
IN DISTRICT COURT
On November 24 the tollowing peti
tions in probate matters will be heard
in the district court:
Petition by Alma Nelson for letters
of guardlajifilup in the estate and guar
dianship of Ruth and Madahne N?l
In the estate of Alfred Nelson, de
ceased, petition of administration.
Mart'n Nelson, for partial dlstribu
tlon of the estate.
Louisa C Allen, deceased petition
ot Snmuel Allen for letters of admlnis i
t rat Ion.
Ghlcago. Nov 11 Troops K, L
and M, of the Fifteenth C S caval
ry, left Fori Sheridan today for El
Paso. Texas, where the regiment will
b reunited next Fndav
i ROBERT M. CLARK IS
Robert M. Clark, a member of the
local Electrical Workers union, the
Woodmen of the World, and the OwIh
lodges and one oT t;i? best known
crade unionists of the clt;. , was elec
trocuted at the pirn' of the Utah
Light & Railway company on Twelfth
street about lf o'clock this mornln;;
Death, according to the men who re
moved him trcm the pole five nvn
utes after the 1(1.000 volts of eler
trlcity from the high tension wiro
had passed through his body, was in
stantaneous Coroner W. II Recdor and Under
taker Elijah Larkln were olramedlate
ly summoned and nrri'. eo shortly ftf
ter the tragedy. After investigating
the cause, the coroner de- idou that
an innuest would noi be necessary,
and the remains were removed to the J
undertaking parlors where an examl-1
nation showed that the only burn
that had been made by th powerful
current was on 'he riclit thumb.
' According to the story told a rep
. rescntative of Tho Standard, by Frank
l Carr. superintend' nt of the plant, and
R Vance Pearson, line foreman tor
the Ogden branch of the company,
i lark, a high tension patrolman, was
on a main line pole, preparing to lap
tho Bountiful line for a temporary
feeding current rr the lightnlng-ir-rester.
The current had been cut
from the main !;ne and was to have
be.n cut from the other line as 60on
as Clark had fiilshed preparing the
tapping wires But fate decreed oth
erwise, and In a manner that will prob
ably never be knon. the electrician
received the full force of the current
that was still running through tby
Bountiful line It v. as the surmise
oT his fellow workmen, however, tnat
in some mRnnev the lapping wira
had been flipped on to the other wire-
Tho limp body was first noticed by
Operator Joseph DeLng who Imme
diately called Pearson They removed
the body from the pole and worked
over it for nearly half an hour, bu:
life was extinct. It was said by
Pearson, that th body could tavc
been hanging on the pole only two
or three minutes before it was no
ticed, as the other men had been
working In the plant only a few yards
away while Clark was getting ready
to complete hi3, work.
Mr Clark Is survived by a wife and
four children. William, Cljucie R
Margaret and Mrs Mary Lawrence.
William is living at Ocean Park. Cal,
and Mrs R. M. Clark is at present
visiting at the home In Ogden Th
family resided at 2Z 14 Washington av
enue Bob, as he Is familiarly known, was
active for a number of years In locil
:nlon labor circles, his activities, In
particular b?lng connected with the
Ogden Trades end Labor Assembly
and the local Electrical Workers uni
"THEY WILL BE DONE"
A picture that causes tear:; to flow.
Presented by Fssanay Co
Strons Drama. " I he Silver Bachelor
hood, ' presenting Norma Talmage
and Leo Delaney. Orchestra after
COMING NEXT SUNDAY
I lllian Langtrj in "His Neighbor's
Last time tonight, Edison
Talking Pictures at the Or
GRAND JURY HALTS IN SLINGSBY PROBE ;
PERJURY CHARGES MAY BE WITHDRAWN
: . - i
- - " "T
Mrs. Charles Sllngsby.
The grand jury probe infc the "baby substitution car?" In San Fran- .
M jS?J5!B!? tmer.t for perjury mi sought against
UK, bl.n(fsby' who was charged with having substituted an
other bby for her own j stillborn child and then aveating in the birth
OtmeBto that the child waa hers. Th case is now before tho Britiah
-d&2?u! m4.Snc,se.(X If tribunal Andi lira Slmgeby
bSfy Sjbr ?2 Je i?com.c ot a $1,000,000 tattate ia ng
1 mm The arand Jury probe may than bo resumed. I
I IsTMs The "Wright" Doorff .
r' ' "Don't Get in the Wrong Door," is good advise. Be sure to get into
'Mif hrl ttlC ' 'r!'ilt Door," however, is better. A good many men got into
I l .J tlle "Wright Door" yesterday and also today a good many of them
20 V1H appear in "Wright Suits" tomorrow. (
JTW in this November Suit Sale for Men we are offering splendidly
i W tailored, all wool, guaranteed Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits of this
I .W ffc Fall's making, at lowered prices. There are four "Wright Doors"
I by which you can get to this sale through the "Wright" big store
Jfa5 or trough the "Wright Clothing Entrance." In order to "get in !
SjKg right" use any of these "Wright Entrances."
j ! Wright's Clog&KMGSigjj ,
DETECTIVES ON POLICE FORCE
MAKE $ ARREST OF A SUSPECT
Man Tken Into Custody Proves to be a Pinkerton Who Had
Not Made His Identity Known Was Acting in a Mysteri
ous Manner Second Arrest Made During the Day
Much Activity in Police Circles Many Wild Rumors
Denied Reward Should Be Increased.
That the officers of the police de
partment and the sheriff's office are
akrt in the blackmailing case which
is now in iheir hards, is evidenced
by the fact that every possible clue
remote or otherwise, is being Followed
and arrests are being made Both
Chief of Police W. I Norton and Sher
iff T. A. De Vine, together with the
detectives on the case, say there will
be nu stone left unturned and that
they are ready to take a chance wi;h
the bandits In any and all circumstan
ces. Every suspicious character is
.Much excitement '.-.as occasioned
at about 11 o'c'ock this morning when
Detective George Ward law suddenly
pounced upon a man standing in front
of the Ogden State bank and wrench
ed irorn a scabbard under his coat
a 45 caliber revolver at the same time
informing the stranger that he was
under arrest. No sooner had Ward
law crabbed the man than Detective
L Heiney of the Thlel detective agen
ey, uho was standing near, and who
had been shadowing with Wardlaw
rushed to the scene and aided In the
The fellow was rapidly marched to
the police station betweeu the two
officers and word went out that one
oi the blackmailers had teen caught
Excitement prevailed and people soon
began gathering at the station to get
a glimpse of a real bandit. The large
Ecclea automobile was soon at tho
Btatlon( where Royal Eccles and
tecttves alighted and hurried to the
A search of the man disclosed that
he was a Plnkerton named J W. Cox
who had ben working on the black
mailing case a number of days with
out making his Identity known to the
local officers. He had no trouble in
identifying himself by his card and
by telephone communication with Salt
Lake. He was then released
The detective smiled over the evpnt
and remarked that there were som?
detectives in Ogden When Wardlaw
snatched the revolver from under his
eoat. Cox wa6 quite dumbfounded, as
he had not realized that he was being
trailed. He flret told Officer Ward
law not to remove his gun from the
scabbard, but Wardlaw had It out and
Jn his own pocket before- the words
had left i he man's lips. Cox had been
unrlof rs a i sliit-inrr nil I ).. , 1
and suspicion pointed toward him last
evening. He was watched in all his I
movements this morning and the of-j
fleers had gone so far as to make
preparations to Intercept a letter!
whirh he had placed in a mail box
on the corner.
Immediately follow Ing this arrest
the officers apprehenood a stranger.
whose name was not disclosed bu:
who proved to be an innocent party, j
who stated to the police that he was I
on hiis way weet to spend a couple of I
thousand dollars and that he had had
no trouble in getting rid of some oi
It in Ogden. He was under the influ
ence of liquor.
It was rumored 'ast evening that tho
Eccles' family had received a tele
phone call from a local hotel from j
one of the bfuiaits aud thai tne man
was being shadowed with a prospect !
of an ear:y arrest. The officers say
that the rumor was not well founded,
as noth ng of the knd had been 1
brought to their attention.
Sheflff De Vine denies that he has I
given an interview in which he at
tenu-ied to stato how many persons
may be Implicated ir. the blackmailing j
scheme, or that there !s a woman
mixed up In it.
"1 have made no such statement.'
the iheriff said today, "and I am no; j
pretending to figure out how many
pecple may cr may not be Implicated. I
Thero may be a half dozen In the deal
for all I know. The thing that con-
terns Chief Nation and m-seif at th.
time is to get hold of a clue that will
lead us to some substantial basin of
The story that two of the bandits, j
one disguised as a woman had been
seen ciimbing fencen across the coun-
try in the vlcinii ol West Weber j
Sunday afternoon, i completely ex
ploded by the 8iaicine.ii of officers
that tbe parties referred 'o were res.
denil o.' thj3 city, cxn tr.d w.fe. wno
were cui for a b.Xo, g:!ng as fur a
Heesc and riding btcfr cn the train J
Their names aro withheld. Deputy ,
BhertfZi Hobson and Lealhaa
behind thezn wKh a Qoro-.; tun: bail
for a long dlblr-.s i-l - cLt.c-r-,
"y -Ji? cocole acsd t I
nulroerf trrcl: nivr.j all :br wa. Tfc
'-Quim wrs dressel ia tacrv sil-fi
cud ware heavy shots wailz tho mzr
had h grer bnajneia sol tzi did no.
waik with his bands in his pocket j
The board of city commissioners j
havfc tllfcen Up the conaldara
tlon oi the question of otiennj; h r ,
lex the bandits and Mayou- FelH
stated today that he cannot say whei?
that will be done.
"We feel that the governor has not
posted a reward heavy enough." said
Mayor Fell today, "and we are not
waiting for the governor to offer more
money. There should be a reward
of 110,000 for the capture of the
bandits and I think that sum can be
raised If the matter Is taken hold ol
in the right way."
Sheriff De Vine con'erred with Gov
ernor Spry in Salt Lake yesiorday re
specting a reward and the- governor
told htm that under the law he could
not offer more then foOO, inasmuch
as there is only about ?i000 available
Tor the purpose, and he did not care
to exhaust the fund.
Attorney George Halverson staled
today, that the governor under the
provisions of the state law. may of
fer a reward of $1000 for an escaped
prisoner or person accused of a high
crime. He stated further that he
would dictate a letter to Governor
Spry requesting him to post at least
$1000 for each of the men Business
men of the city will be given an op
portunity to Join In the request.
PREPARATIONS FOR CHARITY
This afternoon the Martha society
mot with Mrs. Abe Kuhn to discuss
further plans for Uie elaborate afalr
to be given Friday evening in the
Colonial hall and Weoer, club rooms
on Grant avenue.
Already a large number of tickets
have been sold, the governor and his
staff and many other prominent peo
ple from Ogden. Salt Lake, Logan,
Brigham and Provo being Invited.
The ball promises to be a great suc
cess and the attendance larger than
the previous years. The Weber club
rooms have been secured where re
freshments will be served.
Following are the name of thos?
appointed on committees:
Tickets Me3dames it. B. Porter, A
P. Hibbs, J M. Spargo. M S Brown
irjg. E. E. Rich. Thomas D. Dee.
Hall Mesdames D. C. Eccles and
A. P. Bigelow
DecoraiicTis--Mesdames H C. Wood,
T. L. Reyonlds. Nettle Eccle?.. R. E.
Bristol. J. S Lewis, E. O. WatUf, H.
W. Spender and H C Bigelow.
Refreshments Mendames R. T.
Hurne. Joseph Scoweroft. H. M. Rowe,
G. L. Becker. A S. Condon. Patsy
Healy and Abe Kuhn
The entire Martha society member
ship comprise the reception commit
tee. Elaborate decorations are being
prepared for the hall and club rooms
and special musicians will be engaged
to furnish the music.
CHRISTIAN LINK CIRCLE
The ladies of Christian Link Circle
will meet tomorrow at a konsington
at the home of Mrs. S F Lowrance.
11S4 Vapital avenue. A full attend
ance is expected and a pleasant af
ternoon arranged for.
HOME INDUSTRY CLUB.
Mrs Albert Coop will entertain the
ladies of the Home Industry' club at
her home on Thirtieth street tomor
row afternoon The entire member
ship is fully expected and a delight
ful time will be had.
Friday evening, November lj. a
benefit ball will be given in the
Fourth ward amusement hall The
floor is one of the best In the city.
A five piece orchestra has been en
gaged to furnish dance mush- and
delicious truit punch and wafers will
be served. Everyone is assured an en
NECLGO 500 CLUB
Saturday evening at the home of
Mrs. Charles Carlson 8S9 Twenty
eighth street the Neclgo BOO club
met and spent a most enjoyable
Fall flowers in profusion and pot
ted plants effectively arranged added
fragrance and beauty to the pretty
In the dining room which was
prettily decorated for the occasion,
the hostess, assisted by her niece,
Miss Lillian B?ck, served a dainty
three course luncheon.
At cards, prizes were won by Mes
dames Hlnchcllff and Nantker and
Mr-rs. Armstrong, Henley and
Following are the names of guests
hidden Messrs and Mesdames Wil
liam Nantker, Rockefeller. L. Mor
tensen. .Paul If, Lee. R. R. Henley,
Peter Brown and I R Hinchcllff.
The Neclgo club meets in two
week-s with Mr and Mrs, Henley.
CHAUTAUQUA READING CIRCLE.
Wednesday evening at R o'clock
the Chautauqua Reading circle will
meet at the home of Mrs Marriott.
221 Twenty-third street The coming
year's program will be planned and
considered, following which the last
half of the book entitled ' The Mean
ing of Evolution," will be read. The
magazine article for October's Chau
tauqua magazine will also be read.
An invitation has been extended to
the public In general to be present
Road the Classified Ads.
EXPECT HUERTA TO IGNORE WILSON
DEMAND AMD REMAIN MEXICAN DICTATOR
v f " f "
( T . '
tt ek V?SL. jH
That Genernl Huerta will continue defiant of President Wilson's
latest demand and bang on to the presidency of Mexico for a time at
least is the opinion of diplomats both at Vi ashintfton and in the Mexi
can capital, fiucrta u attempting to gain sympath from European
Sowers by representing to them that the Washington government has
ampered his every effort to restore peace.
BE SENT TO THE f
The supreme court has sent out i
letter to the Judges of the district
courts In the state to the effect that ff
hereafter opinions and decisions riD I
be scut to the district Judges a soon I
as they are nmd I
The action is being tajtcn by the m
court of last resirt for th conveni
ence or the Judges and attorneys it
Judge Howell states that the dsel- '
slons sent to him will be placed oo SfllP
hie with ihe ro. in s' -nographer for fl S
the use of the attorneys. jjJLj
EVENING GOWNS- ff
Afternoon and street gowns; have fl
them made at Madame Wooley's; all J
work guaranteed. I
MAKING WATER PALATABLE.
It Is surprising, as pointed out by
Lederer. that ?o little attention has .i
' Paid '.I the rtueston of retnov- .
Ing the taste fmm water supplier
I treated with chlorinated Hme. In this 1 r
, country especiallv where the treat- srh tc
nif-nr of many large public supplies g Jo
.has been rjrrii out uth brilliant
I sanitary Ruccesg, there has been fre i
'inenf and often bitter complaint jf1" e,Q
about the taste of the treated water. All str
jAs well known, antagoniam has dt- lha phj
Velopcd In many places between wit 1
jer boards and health departments at ; ?r
,a result of these condition.' On oa r
side Is rhe recognition that the dan-
Rer from water-born diseases ( ai to
2 -ati red iced by the hypochlorite lt Us
treatrneut, on other is the neoe Tl pn
slty of havlnp to bear the burden of j k'fni
daily complaint and to meet the In- lit th
diennnt protests of thousands of H- Wj-flv
grieved .ater drinker As Leder- e in t'
or ?hnns, a simple method for re- Ifci Pt
mo .in tho ta-'o from h. por'ilorlte- k;
fTTtf.,1 water Is the use of odlum j iJboe
thlosulphate He has "btalned yood t. W
results in the elimination of taste in I tflirc
Lake Michigan water treated In this 1
way. It must be remembered that a of I
thlosulphate stop- tho sermicida! ae- ikajton
tion of the chlorln ,o that p u nsces- ijijj j
" i b ' ; m to act for JK iretolu
ton to fifteen minutes before the Skit to
th iosulphate is added In this way, Sum fp
.I'-- ihe Journal of th American BTthe 1
,M.-di-al association. water can be jmt w
made both safe and palatable. Ifernr, :
The has been" barnacles hav
wrecked many a promising political lb tD(j
Literary quacks are at times near jat
ly ae dangerous as the medical hum- k
bups. I'v ten
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
AN aigrette from lady's bat on 24Q M.1111
S' or Jefferson aenue. Regard. M t
Return to Standard 11-11-9
A HORSE for single delivery wa00i MP
ppiv Grand L'nloi lyatet
Tea Co, 24.6 Wash. Il-U-B
NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is hereby given by 'i fc S. v
Board of Comm.?.-1 oners of Ogd 1 BS
City, thf In'entlon of Raid boars
to make the following described Im eiUon
pro ments, to-wlt: -lim
.. 1 i " .-! .;, '-'- a-d op"f1i 'l ft. ,
public rtreet to be named Butler
aepuo. north and south throo" i ip
.' Ogoen City or- Sj ch
d -ire-: to be 42 feet W
bein; tho full width of the Pr j Vifaj.
riglit-o-wa being 16.5 rp.t on .rja
r, T.-et un the eaf f-W i k
of the lot lln north and xouth j Q.
,v .. , uv . 2 ;,, 4; alo lots . M w
8 ID B I " " v Ogden CUT
Surve. the whole distance b"'wJ j Nta,
25th and 28th Streets and to dlW : JiJ
the whole of the roM thereof. I) e
mated in "iH'O'i h local a,"2j
ment upon the lots or p'1 J i
ground lying and being l,b'nJJJ Uad
folic wing district. beln? rh .Ut" "
to 1 . : - n flted and affected by sa s1
Impi- veinente, vlr. . ,
All Un laii I lylnf? between tM J
. idary lines of said sr' rfMhfi
Bed proposed, and a
drawn 50 f ' outward m"Z ,
,,, ,h-sld ter hoiini7
line- beine pan of l.ts - ' aD r. 0n.
i ogdn ut r .
In said Ogden CltJ fc f 11
All protests and Objections to . J MLM
carrying out of such Intention fm
I .resVnted in writing to the n J .
rder on or before the 4n
of necemb r 1913. at 10 ecljc fcOpjr
,.. lbat being '.be "f, VicK ,
Actions as may be made th srj.o N(
, Mayors otfice at the euj k m
Of,din City. I'tah. cotDK0
Bv order of tbe Board of loqj Schfl
n of Ogden City. .0verobec I !5J
rjated this lith day oJ
a ?: craven. f.t- ::rfriLiw
Fim publication. Noreaber Mf-li
113 1 t)lUi
Last publication. December i.wT