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Hl S THE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913. . I
Bvf (ConPnued From Park Two.;
E "been the loot of any other man sine
I tbe world lwgan
Hft f The rragrart citizens were glad to
get an Invitation to hunt with Jim- .
v my Thorpe, and had he hut assed it,
F.'' the whole town would have closed
n doors and accompanied him into the
Hf II timbered forests along Deep Fork, tho
North Canadian. Sail Creek and HiH-
HE --j May Be Rockefeller of Race.
mf And now, on ihe top of his famp. I
ssaE-' Thorpe mar become fnnious also as
I an oil king, for the development of
ithe Tlircr Creek field to the south
.ward. Into the country where Jimmy
Thorp baa au allotment of land Is
bringing the attention of tho Mr oil
'companies of the world to that lo-i
i Thorpe la trying to persuade his
brother and sister to go back with
(him to Carlisle. They have been ,
through the common schools of the
locality where they live, but Thorpe
lis a firm believer in Carlisle methods
:and he la very anxious thai bis broth
er and sister have the advantages of
J that school.
H "Sport of King-s" Grows
JH Stronger; Blucbloods
Hi Coming Back.
HHH New York, .Tan. 11 Ever since
the parage of the Hughes anti-rac-
HH Ing bill by the New York legislature
Hi two rears ago, the followers of the j
HB turf have never lost hope that the i
BBS. "Sport of Kings " would be revived
BBE That hope Is growing stronger all the
BBV time Every day one may hear well
BBB2 defined rumors that the great sport
BBB will come to life thla season and that
some of the local tracks will again be
i peopled with thoroughbreds and
BJ ', their devotees
B'V Manv reasons are advanced that
11 give followers of the sport and the!
HJ ' j breeders of the thoroughbred this j
HJ i hope, the principal ones being that j
HJ ; j the directors' liability law has been'
HJ "tripped of its tenors bv recent court'
HJ ' 1 decisions and that Governor-elect!
HJ ' Snlzer is one of the liberal-minded 1
Iaort. and has never bepn opposed to
the sport. when conducted under
But even with racing on th local
map next season. It is just possible
t hat 'here will be but three davs a
week of the sport at a few of the
tracks hereabouts The thoroughbred
Industry suffered such a blow from
antagonistic legislation that it will
be a few years before high class sport
will again he possible.
Many Thoroughbreds Shipped Abroad
The majority of the best American
thoroughbreds were shipped abroad
during the past two seasons, and
though a revival of the sport would,
in all probability, bring them back
to the damage done to the industry
by their exportation will lake vears
There is one consoling thought,
however, that in the dark days of the
turf, through tho medium of the hunt
j club? new blood, and thai of the
' r i rht sort, have become interested for
I sport's sako alone, and that is the
event of a revival it is bound lo ex
ercise a world of good and help to
eliminate those who. by their paasl
ni'Hs and unintelligent management,
allowed the game to degenerate into
a gamble pure an, simple
It Is Just possible that racing here
abouts will commence about the firs:
of .Tune next year and close t iih B
meeting at Saratoga, Through cla:s
and quantity aril !) lacking thla rear,
In all probability next season, there
neverthelecs will be enough horses
attracted h liberal nurse moneva to
I provide Interesting sport Famous
stakes and handicaps will become an
nual features as formerly, and though
! not as valuable from a monetSXJ
Standpoint as in former prosperous
days, time alone will bring about this!
Betting at a Race Course.
Naturally thero Is speculation as
to the form of betting that will pre-I
jvail In the event that racing does
come back, but this is a matter for
which tho legislature will have to
pav the way Gambling has been
defined anrl the penalty pro hied, but
as yet It has not been legally known
what constitutes bookmaklna on a !
I race course.
It is rumored that one of the first
acts of Governor-elect Sulxor will le
the appointment of a stnte lacing
commission, to succeed Messrs. San
ford, Knapp and Wadsworth, the pres.
'ent members who aro holdovers.
Rich Turfman Will Return.
It is a certaintv that the majority
of the rich patrons of the turf who
are now racing abroad will return.
As early na last Fall Charles Carrol
ton of Maryland, who had bean racing
in partnership with Clarence MacKay
I In France for the past five years,
announced his intention to race In
Right now there are more horses
quartered at the local tracks than In
aevaral years, giving one the Idea '
that "hope lives eternal in a horso
! man's breast "
New York. Ian. 11. -Until the
current number of the Harvard Illus
trated magazine was Issued no men
tion bad been made of an All-Ainer-Ican
coach, while selections of all
American teams has been a pastime
In which everyone has taken a hand.
But the magazine Just mentioned is
out with the first nomination of an
All-American coach It being n Ha:
arcl publication who else would be the!
I nominee than Percy D Ilaughton
j "Coach Fiaughten'a regime. from
1908 to the eventful Saturday or the
I Yale game, savs the Harvard maga
zine editorially, made thrilling ath
I If tic historv for Harvard, and his on
i gagement for another five-year term
! would be a ( ause fnr eon k rat u la I ion
for the Athletic association. He has
j built up a fighting machine such as
I the gridiron has seldom seen' in ac
tfon and It is imperative that he i
rhould run It, now that he had per-1
"The Yale game, brilliant climax
of a brilliant season, showed more
than anything the under estimated
value of coaching The one tm- !
zled alibi of the Yale adherents Is
their woeful neglect of thi8 training. I
Yale Neede Good Coach
j "A shrill newspaper headline de- i
clares: "Yale lost becanse of lack of
good coaching" The gentle inference.'
'niU6t therefore be Harvard won be
cause of splendid couching At first
this may se in reckless, especially
(when the wonderful individual piay
1 Ing of thn Harvard's men is consid
ered, but it la pointed out by experts
; that the Yale men as individuals.
I were the Crimson s equals. It was
j their work as a team that was so.
"If Percy Haughton were lo rc
' main, at once prospects of possibly
i even more successful seasons loom
up cbeerfullv. With many members
of tho winning team some of whom
are on tbo All -American playing
next year and the addition of the
most promising freshmen, the outlook i
for larger football laurels Is decid
"Juat now there remains but the
recounting ol h.. 1 . r ' t victories of
the past, and the selection of tho All
American. Why should not an All
American coach be choaen? Harvard
offers tho name of Percy Haughton."
will soon be here
New York, Jan. 11.. Just a few
more weeks remain now before the
chant of the baaeball choristers turns
from "he predicted today" to "Rube
went five Innings of the practice
game" and so. through tho whole gam
tit of when Bill turned in for the night
and bow Bugs really has his batting
eye again For. lo and behold, the
spring training season of 1918 ill
soon be upon us Then "a has le fore
cast." and "so long, rumors." There
iwiii be something real to hold Hie con
vernation of the fanatics,
spring training thla year win be the
same prelude to the big wars, with
one lone difference The fart bent i
lapart camps will be farther apart than
any in the past From the western
coast of the continent where the
waves of the Pacific caress the shores
of California to sunny 'Bermuda out
in the tropbal stretchea of the Atlan
tic will be the gap spanned hv the
bivouaked clans Melwren the ex
tremes Florida. Georgia, Missouri Mi
I bama Texas. Virginia. Arkansas North
' Carolina. Louisiana, and even Indiana
j vvill lie able to boast a share of the
1 pro-season conditioning.
White Sox at Paso Robles.
The westernmost pitching of tents
! will be at Paso Robles. Cal . where
1 the Chicago White Sox will take up
j their temporary abode. In re-ard to
that extreme the expanse of territory
i covered will be unchanged, for the!
j White Sox have been there before. '
j But Bermuda Is a newcomer on the
(list of preparation iwlnts for ma lor
j clubs. The Jersey City team of the
International league was ibere last
ear and the beneficial results shown
in its early prime condition moved
the New York Highlanders to consld
I Arthur Irwin's trip or Inspection
decided it So the band of Frank
Chance will cavort about the crl kei
I Held at the Bermudan metropolis.
The Gotham Amerban league rntr.v
I Is far from the only team changing
us headquarters, The National league
j has the Brooklyn, f'aidlna la, Mostons.
Cubs and Reds appearing In strange
I localities, with other American league
clubs besides the Highlanders that
I going to new camps in the Tigers. I
Browns and Naps -nine altogether
In the two leagues, or more than half.
The standpatters of the National are!
the Giant. Phillies and Pirates, and
o i he American, the Red Sox. Ath-I
leties. White Sox and Senators
Dodgers Forsake Hot Springs.
The latesi team to decide where lt
will work out is Brooklyn, The Dod'--
I STANISLAUS ZLYSZKO, TBE POLISH WRESTLER WHO w i
VY JO FORCE GOTCH OUT OF mSBMEm. ANDMAKfS
I SICAN CHAMW0N 0F E ORLI AGAIN DEBEND HK
r ' varying success, as Zlys- jKKBrnSk '
zko has cause to remem- &
ber. Interest in the mat jk - ' BfflB
game has been greatly i(BSH j
revived since the coming
era will forsake Hot Springs, Ark., in
favor ot Augusta, Ga , following a tour
of the souih by Manager Dahlen Two
teams are mov ing to Florida, the Cubs
and the Cleveland Naps Th- latter
give up their ramp at Mobile to the
Cincinnati Reds of roe Tinker and go
to Penaacola, nH The Rada are de
serting Colnuibua f)u., where Miuol.
lyn will trnln this year. The Boston
Nationals move to Athens, (Ja . from
Columbus In the same state. The St.
Louis Brov ns are tu visit Waco, Tex.
while the Cardinals ure not llkeh to
travel laither irom ,n than Mem
phis. Tenn The Detroit Tigers del erl
Monroe, Ii., because of poor housing
accommodations and travel to Gulf
port. In the same state.
Pirates and Red Sox Go to Arkansas
Hot Springs, the .Monte Carlo of Ar
kansas, again gets a pair of first eal
iher teams the Pirates and Red Boi
'Ihe I'liislun i;ers now havn a diamond
of their own in that city, but before
visiting the camp it will' enjoy a few
daya t hatha at Weat Baden, lnd.
Texas also will see two toplltmrs In
tho Giants and Athletics. The for
mer will be at Marlln nnd the latter
at San Antonio The Phillies will
train at Southern Fines, N C, aciin,
and the Senators once more at Char
The earliest start of all will be
made bv the National league cham- j
plons. McGrnw has ordered all of the
Glanl pitchers and bla younestcrs to
report on February LE. That Mc
Graw'a plan is good at least when ap
plied tO his own nn-n Is shown by
the big lead they acquired early in!
last year's race Some of the other!
teams will not beuln work until near
ly a month later, or :he second areel
Of March, but the majority of the
bunch will ?ei buay about March 1.
Mccarty will go
New York, Jan. 11. After a man
has won a championship In the gloved
arena, Of course the next t hi ii l. lor
him to do- Is to go Into vaudeville
It's getting to be a great game for
Ithe winner, as there Is rafts of mon
ey in It
Luther McCarty. the new white
heavyweight champion, elected ns
such, by acclamation, bj the white
race. wl now do his little stunt In
vaudeville before battling again In
defense of his title
Luther'a plans for the Immediate
future were outlined recently at l.os
.Angeles, by his manager. Billy Me.
"Luther t'eels that ho Is entitled to
i a rest." said McCaruey. but at that
.ho will not have a vary restful lime.
We have had so manv offers from
Iheatrlcnl agents that we do not
I know which to accept. It s likely,
I though, that we w ill open at Ham
mersteins In New York, where a two
! weekB" engagement at 12600 a week
"There should be good monev for
McCarty In the show business, ns '
Luther does not have to depend on a I
lolng act or a bag-punching turn to
I entertain an audience. He is an
adept at larint twirling, sharp-shoot-ing
and all that kind of things, and
can go Into towns where boxing is
barred and gwve an Interesting per
formance. Next Match With Wells.
' I expect his next match will be
with Bombardier Wella for the cham
pionship of th world. We will give
Tom McCerney the preference ,f he I
jean secure Wells' services McCar
i ney has been especially good to us
fend we want to show our apprecia
tion. "If the Wells-McCartv match is
arranged for .lulv Fourth. McCartv
will he there before verv long Tie
I wants to put in the spring and sum
mer near Lot Angeles, and It would
suit him nicely to have the lulv date
with We. Is to look forward to."
CHEAPEST WAY OUT
New York. Jan. II It fa now gen
erally understood that Mrs. Helen
Hathaway Mrltton. has settled with
Roger I'.resnahan. the man whom she
deposed as leader of the Cardinals.
,they made it clear to Mrs. I'.ritton
Chat a compromise was the most s?n
1 slble way out of the difficulty,
j In fact, the stockholders of the St.
J Louis Nationals feel that in a rom
I promise they are getting off very
I cheaply The National league board
jof directors showed Its attitude as
.one of close sympathy to Hresnaham
I w hen they listened to argument In
the case at the annual meeting in
this cliv. n December. Mrs BHtton
at the tme was advised hy them to I
settle with Bresnahan at the best
I erne, possible
j It was not announced what price
St. Ixiuls would pay the deposed:
I loader, but It Is understood that the
sura Is to he Jlo.Onn Bresnahan
was willing to compromise in order,
that he might sign Up v. itb one of the
National league clubs bidding for his
To Ward Off Winter
i From the Queen.)
To keep the face smooth, white and
beautiful all winter, there's nothing
quite so good ns ordinary mercolized
wax. Rough, chapped or discolored
skin, Inevitable in this weather is
gently absorbed bj the wax and re-,
placed by the newer, fresher skin be
neath. The bice exhibits DO traee oi
the wax. the latter being applied at
bedtime and washed off mornings
teams powders .and rouges, on the j
other hand, are ant to aooear COn-
! aplcuoua at this season, because ot
alternating expansion and contraction
of the skin, due to changing temper
atures, I advise you to tl'J Ibis sini -pie
treatment Get an ounce oi mer
eollzed wax at anv drug store and
use like cold cream This will help
any skin at once, and In a week or
BO the complexion will look remark
ably youthful and healthy
Winda and flying dust often eauso
squinting and othei contortlona which
make wrinkles. You can quickly get
nd of ovory wrinkle, however pro
duced, by using a harmless lace bath
made by dissolving 1 o.. powdered
saxollte in 1-2 pt witch hazel
GREENE CASE GOES
TO SUPREME COURT
Washington. Inn 9. The so-called
lyeene esse, brought in the New
ork state courts to contest ln
rreased insurance roles Imposed h.
the Ro.val An anum will be taken lo I
tho supreme court of the United
States upon writ of error which b;'s
been granted by Associate Justice
! INDIAN WRITES
Washakie, Jao. J. The people arc
here all well and bATC imve had
very cold weather here right no
The thermometer went down 18 below
zero thla morning and we have a rerj
nice dotue here on Friday uight last
But we will have another ono next
Friday. I hope we have a Jolly time
Well, we had a new dlah wash come
our home about a week ago todaj
She was born in December .0, lf12.
But mother of baby doing verv
splendid also baby too. 1 been up
West Portage on business
Mr Bishop Goo M Wnrd went
idown Brlgham today on matter of bus
Ineas and coming back tonight. I am
going on mission for two month. I
am afraid 1 could write for long time
I lieu I try to write lor Journal if 1
can, nnd I expect write again beforo
I leave on labor on mission. Well. Mr.
Ward is doing splendid business here
Our day school Is start up again to
day. Mr Charlie Broom out for Deep
Creek. He was school teacher out j
here WILLIE OTTOGARY
BOY POSED AS A
GIRL 18 YEARS
Victor. Colo. .Tan. 10 -An extra
ordinary case of sex concealment was
learned today by the discovery that
'Irene Movnahan. s years old. until
:a few day? ago a pupil at the Victor
high school. Is a hoy. The fact was
mad,, known through the suspicions
of Marshal A IT TYeinecke of La
Tnnta, who saw the "girl" a few dovs
ago in thai town while on "her' way
to visit in Arizona to Join lohn
I Mov nahan, her father, a miner, who
left here several months ago The
La Junta marshal thought the "girl":
was a fugitive and placed her under j
The marshal discovered thai his
charge w'as In reality a hoy Mrs.
Moynahan, who lives here, admitted ;
that Iiene has paraded in girls'
clothes sinee able to walk. She says
ithe re3son she has taken aucb pains)
to conceal the sex of her child for so
I many years is that she was unable
in dree ii r In male attire A strange I
I feature of the case Is that the father
of the alleged girl never knew until'
'a short time ago that Irene Is a boy.
When the Ta Junta officers arrest
ed the bov he found a letter from
Mrs Movnahan to her husband, tell
ing him that bji alleged daughter Is
I a boy and stating she was sending
I the "son" to his father as a New Year
The I,a Junta marshal obtained a
suit of bov's clothes, dressed the boy
In them for the first time since he
was bo. ii and sent him on his era) to
Blsbee to visit his father and a broth- '
Ccntult County Clerk cr the Respeo j
tlvt Signers for Further
i nlormat ion.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Mary J Stowe. Deceasod.
'reditors will present claims with
I vouchers to the undersigned at the
law offices of David Jenson at Num. I
ber 603-604 First National BanU
Building, in Ogdan nty. Weber coun.
ty State of I'luh, r.n heim-e fri'ir
'months afier the flrsl publication of
I this Notice
WILLI KM STOWE.
Administrator ot the estate of alary
J Stowe, deceased.
Utornei for 4dmlnlatrator
Firat publication. January 4. 191.1.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO-
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership now and heretofore ex
isting between C. A Hansen and L E -
Wertz. under the firm name of Warts
& Hansen, at 2:mt Washington ave
nue, Ogden. Ctah. is hereby dissolved
by mutual consent. . K Werta hav
ing purchased the Interest of G. A.
Hansen, will succeed the business
and assume all outstanding debts and
obligations, nnd Is hcreiy authorized
to collect all debts and Recounts d ie
and payable to the said partnership.
Dated this f'h day of January A
D. 191o. ' I
L E WERTZ,
Q. A. HANSEN.
1 he regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of the Ogden Savings
Hank of Ogden. Utah, will be held at
their banking room. Tuesday, January
14, 1513. at ii a m, fol the purpose
lot electing directors to serve for the
ensuing year, and to amend Article
n of the Articles of Incorporation so
as to create tho office of a second vice
president, ami the transaction of 'ucli
business aa may properly como before
Dated Ogden ftah December 12,
U- CH RLLS H BARTON.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TH T
the annua) n.-etlng ol the stockhold
ers of the Ogden Fruit Growers as.,
elation wl.l he held in the council
; '."amuer of the city hall In Ogden on
I uesdav, January u ,,,,,,
ing at i o clock p. m for ,h,. )nr,)nf;P
Sl.i6!8 1,10 f"an-ial report of th
i nfJh ,Kan(,1 for th" transaction of
any other business that may propenj
forae before Ihe mectlnc
H H THOMPSON,
n . . President.
Oy F. Thlnnea, Secretary.
in the District Court of Weber rOUn
ty State of Ctah !
FEl,nfn1F'-,wi,,V Pialnti" Shinej
i .-initth Defendant
TtuZT ot Utah t0 ,he
You are hereby summoned to ap
pea. uithm twenty dnvs aLer servi
of his summons upon you u J .
"in the ('ountv in whUh m!
"on is brought, otherw -e IVhiu
...rty days after service, and del end I
the ..bove entitled action and in
"" "' falM 0 to do udK
nen1 will be rendered aga nbt von
according to the demand of tS com
WHY suffer days and
nights of sleepless tor
ture from eczemas, rashes,
itchings and irritations of the
skin and scalp? It is needless,
A warm bath with I
Cuticura Soap I
and one application of Cuticura I
Ointment will afford immediate i
relief, permit rest and sleep and '
point to permanent skin health
in most cases when all else tails.
Th is strong ianpuajgr but easily proven hy use ol the free
samples of Soap and Ointment -hich will be mailed postpaid 1
to any sufferer. Address Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Dept.
3Q, hoLon. Iondon, Paris, Sydne-, Caicutti, Bcinbay, Toicaa,
Hong Koog or Cape Towu. 7j
J&yO The Reliable Household Lantern
There is always need for a good lantern around
the home in the yard, in the cellar, in the attic
wherever a lamp is inconvenient or unsafe.
Tbe RAYO is ideal fbr home use. It givs a clear, bright 1 4
light Hloe sunlight on tan. It is strong, durable, compact, handy.
Doesn't leak. Doesn't smoke. Easy to hght and rewick. Will
last for years. Ask for the RAYO.
At DeaJers Eoryrahmr
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY
CbcrM, Bttr. b Lk-r City.
Utah National Bank
OGDEN. UTAH V
United States Depositary rirz
Capital and Surplus, $180,000 f'
Gives its Patrons the Fullest
with Sale and Conservative j
RALPH E HOAG, President.
HAROLD J. PEERY, Vice-President
LOUIS H. PEEIlY, Vice-President. Bag.
A. V McINTOfiH, Ctshier I ati,
plaint) which has been filed with the
I Clerk ol said Court
7 his action Is brought to recover a
judgment, dissolving the marriage
contract, no v and heretofore exist
ing between you and the plaintiff.
T R. O CONNOLLY,
P O. Address: 411 Washington
' avenue, Ogden. Ltah.
I'irsi publication, December H,
Last publication, January 11, 1013.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Notice is hereby given that (hero
Will be a special meeting of tho Stock
holders of the Ogden Tucking ft Pro
vision Company at the office of i.ho
corporation, at Ogden. Utah on Fri
i'' ranuarj 1 7th. iim, at 4 o'clock.
In the afternoon thereof, for the pur
pose of adopting or rejecting the pro
posed amondment to the Articles of
Incorporation, Article VIII. thereof, in
Hi s changing the number .if board
of directors from seven persons to'
five. Otherwise said Article MM. to re
main the name as It now ib. also to
transact such other buying ..s may
legally come before said meeting '
Rv nrder of the Board of er -toM
lili day of lecembr lr
SIMON 8 J B NSEN Secretary
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR SUPPLIES
State Industrial School for th roar
Sealed bids will be received at tho
office of the Superintendent uniil n
Ira . January 16th, 1913. for furnish
ing the lolloping supplies
13.-Ifi0 lbs beef, 5un 'bs. mutton
veal nnd corned beef; lnoo n,s f8h '
beef to be delivered K carcass ;,t
Itlme, other meats n needed. 12000 -tbs
Hlj-b Patent flour ta straight
;j;rade. 8000 iba gertnade; 30000 lbs
'bran and ihorta; noono jhs mixed
'chopped fed 100 tons Nut coal sou
toiiK mine slack coal; all coal to be
delivered us needed f 0 , pve,
Points .T.u )Hii blown rluck over
alls, 260 brown drill shirts. 150 un
dershirls; 250 pairs underdruwer
drugs and medicines: stationery and
Office supplies; school supplies hard
((are; groceries and provisions; dry
goods; laundrj supplies; miscellane
Detailed lists of all abow supplies
ma be had iiion application at the j
office of tho Superintendent. P.ldsl
I . legal"
I ' .
j will be opened by the Board of Trus- 5Jfl
, tees subsequent to the above date All j
supplies to be delivered as needed, ajBat
I subject to the ap(roval of the Super
intendent and paid tor monthly A tU, e
certified Check for not less than ", JT8
Per cent of the amount f the bid
must accompany the bid. The Roard , f
reserves the rkht :o ,eje- t anv and ''ill
nil bids, or to n.r -pr rwiv ,,, oposition Jaaa
favorable to the state ' i
I ' additional information applv at
th office of the Superintendent Utah klT "
Industrial School. Ogden, Utah
F- t; COWANS, Superintendent. fcw
M. VAN DE GRAAF, Clerk.
STOCKHOLDER'S MEETING kJ5,!j
Notice Is bereb. ve thal thc an. j 'sj,
nual meetlnu or the tucUliol.j.-,rs of 'aw
the Ogden Bench Can?: and Water .T
j company will be held m ihe court j fsW
house, on Monday, January 13 a, J?
at 8 p. m. for the purpose of hear- sT151
ng the financial report ot the secro- i?'k
tMy and treasure for ihe vear )" -
and for the trausaftion oi anv other
business thnt m;tv properly come be- SftT.
lore the meeting V r
A- T. WRIGHT. Pres. Sa?1
AD CHAMBERS, Secv. 'ajT!1
Dated, Ogden. Utah. December 27, b-?? kft
In the Distriu Court of Weber MLY"
tounty. Stale of Utah. 1 KJNt
-rtha Hnbbard Plaintiff. vs.
j George S. Hubbard. Defendant. n,
or r,ah 10 ,he s -
I Vou are hereby summoned lo an- fJ'
Pear Within twenty days after sen Ice i ,TSsLM
of this summons upon vou, if served '7
rt'H"n the eounty m which this action ;
l-roupl.t; otherwise within thirty 4
;!;' ai'ter service and defend ihe 1? aC
above entitled action and In . nse ot il
your failure so to do judgment will I , 7'
tendered against ;,ou a. ord.ng to !W
be demand of ihe omplnlnt, whim law ki
has been filed , ith the , I, rk of said h?1!
court 1 l MaZ
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ami heretofore exist- C!
mg between you and the plaintiff (
T. R O'CQNNOLLY, .V'Hj,
Plaintiff's Attorney. u
I o -'.dd.e.Ms, x,, -411 Washington C1,
avenue, ogden. Utah a,
First publication January 11, isn3 , J In
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