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V!J THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1913. .
l f.ongs Shorts Stout Regulars ii Long Stouts EVERY MAN WILL FIND A SPLENDID $25.00 SUIT AT j THE MANHATTAN FOR I II nS ; ffl rnr No matter what may be your curves or j ? H will please you right down to the ground, and you 1 H . JL are saving $10 at the Manhattan. I M ,We never put a suit in our store unless it is worth $25, and no cus- I tomer can pay more than $15 for a suit here. If you are an off size don't 1 , hesitate to visit the Manhattan because we can fit you as we have 1 1 thousands of other satisfied men. 11! j More New Spring and Summer Suits I Every day we are receiving handsome new Spring and Summer Suits. It is a good time to select your suit now, because we have all kinds of new fabrics in every weight you could possibly desire. Every 1 day we unpack hundreds of suits. Those Nifty Norfolks, We Got 'em. DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO WEARER, IS THE REASON YOU SAVE $10 AT THE MANHATTAN. H COME IN AND S A V E JE N I TAO -pg a 2473 Washington Ave. 1 THE ORIGINAL $15 SUIT HOUSE I IS A GIRL'S CROWN of pride la a handsome engagement ring. How Phe fondles it, turning it this way and that to catch it? vary- ': , j Ins beauflop How proudly she shows If to her girl friends. If there Is a I girl you want Jo make happy, make her the happiest girl in town by choosing tho engagement ring here. II Harry Davis At the Sign of the Diamond Ring. The Store With the Guarantee. I The Talk of I The Town W Nearly everybody ycu meet L is talking about the excellent A things served at the Misch j Fountain. There can be noth- ( ing better, because our soda is I made from the best materials and served in just the right I E. F.fHisch, J DRUGS M Washington at 25th St. y? "We are in business for your H health." OGBEN MAN ISl KILLED BY BURGLARS Cornelius J. Van den Akker. an Ogden man in the employe of the Commercial Guard and Safety com pany of Salt Lake City was shot to dea.h at 2:40 o'clock this morning, on the east lawn of the residence of W W Armstrong. 1177 E. South Temple in Salt Lake. It is thought the watchman who was guarding (he residence or the president of the Xa , tional Copper bank, observed a porch I climber, trying to effect aii entrance into the banker's home, but waa killed before he could interfere or give sufficient Hlarra. Lawrence Beckett chauffeur for Mr Armstrong and a brother of Man ager H. V. Heekett of the Reed Hotel of OgJen. discovered the body and notified the Salt like police, who in I turn advised the Ogden police Niht Desk Sergeant Johnson upon receiv ing the news communicated with Sergeant Peterson and he went to the nome r .Mrs .Nellie Van den Akker. 2143 Hi nroe avenue, the murdered' man s mother, nnd told her f the tragedy, .Mrs Van den Akker had just returned yesterdav from a visit with her son and his family. She loft on an early morning train for Salt Lake Lawrence Beckett, private chauffeur for Mr. Armatroug. who sleeps in th basement of tho residence, a window looking out over S street. Salt Lake, heard the crack of a pistol which seemed so close that he Raped to his feet. Lookinc out of the window ho saw the watchman stagger forward, finally falling to the lawn face down ward. Beckett rushed to the flrt : floor of the residence and spread th alarm. There he found that Mr. Arm strong also had been aroused by the shot. Together Beckett and Mr. Arm strong rushed to the lawn. They found Van den Akker In the final struggle with death. Ho groaned and it Is said he attempted to speak, but soon was seized by n spasm and died after a ! brief convulsion. Mr. Armstrong rush ed to the telephone and called the I police. Police Sergeant C. Vv'. Ol I son responded in the police cmbulanc I with Patrolman Arthur Keddlnton. I I pon their arrival they found the I watchman dead. "We mp.de a thorough search of the premises," arid Sergeant Olr.on, "but were unable to find any tracks of the assassin. Theio wore no signs of re volver shellB and though It seoms the entire neighborhood heard the shot it is strange thai no one saw the porch limber or burglar., whichever he may have been." Mr. Armstrong says he was asleep in an east room of the residence when the shot woke him up He beard the movements of his chauffeur and called to aim. The letter exclaimed that someone had been shot on the lawn "The shot and sound of stumbling feet Immediately brought me to mj eet," said Mr. Armstrong "There was a son or norror in cue souno tnui caused a chill to run up my back 1 I have no idea where the shot came from It may have been a burglar or a thief tbat the watchman may have been trailing or hunting. When I went to the lawn with my chauffeur and made examinations we found tht j watchman quite dead." In addition to arousing Mr Arm strong and his chauffeur the shot also woke up the household of J. R Walk I cr, directly east of the Armstrong I residence They rushed over to fiud Mr Armstrong and bis chauffeur mak ing examinations of the body. I'pon Instructions of Dr Samuel Paul, city health commissioner. Ser geant Olson rorioved the body of the watchman to the mortuary of the O'Donnell Undertaking company I There be was identified. Examina tions shoved that the bullet entered I Immediately under the right shou' der3 blade. coursing diagonally J through tho body and probably clip ping the top or the scan Van den Akker's revolver, still full' loaded, was found in his pocket. It Is presumed that he was attempting to draw it when, according to the s'orv of a member of the Armstrong house hold, he ran up on the Armstrong terrace nnd the flash that ended his fife came The call from W. W. Armstronc reached police headquarters at 1:50 o'clock. The shooting occurred be tween five and ten minutes before. Van den Akker bled little external ly. The bullet that caused his death came, It is believed, from a .32 cali bre revolver There were no pow der marks on the faco or hands, no was his clothing burned by the pow der. The shot entered the right side of the back. The watchman had been In Salt Lake for four months, golnv; I down from Ogden. whore he was em ployed by the same company. He leaes a wife and two children. He was 27 years old. E. Simons, who divided the duty of patrolling the street with Van den Akkrr. identified the body nt the un dertakers. Ho was at the other end of South Temple when the shooting occurred Van den Akker's rounds were on Twelfth and Thirteenth East between Second avenue and Second South. At 3:40 o'clock this morning a tele phone call was received at police headquarters from occupants of the residence at 125G East First South. ' A man who did not give his name said that a man was trying to, pick the lock of his front door. This resi dence is about a block south of the residence of W. W. Armstrong. LURES MAN TO JEATH Salt Lake City, Tune 10 Mrs. Hat tie J. Inlow. wife of Caleb A. Inlow, who recently was convicted of the murder of Eddie Vrhite, a public chauffeur, issued a statement here yesterday that on the night White was murdered, at the instigation of her husband, she induced White to the spot where he met his death. White was the principal witness against Inlow in a burglary case, and according to the statement issued by Mrs. Inlow, her husband told her that be wanted to talk to the chauffeur as he believed he could convince him that he had not committed the rob bery for which be was charged Mrs. Iulow said that she engaged White and instructed him where to drive end then returned to her hotel. She did not learn that White had been killed until the following morning, ac cording to her story. Mrs. Inlow did not testify at the trial of her husband, saying that she could not te6tity in his defense, and under the state laws she could not be used ns a witness against her hus band. Inlow was found guilty of mur der in the second degree and was sentenced to life imprisonment. oo SUSPENSION OF BYWATER Salt Lake City. June 10. A com plaint was Issued by the county at torney yesterday charging W. H By water, chief of the Salt Lake City Fire department with involuntary manslaughter While responding to a fire alarm last Thursday, the chief's automohilp ran down and killed a ten-year-old girl. A coroner's Jury held an inquest Saturday and returned a erdict charging chief By water with being responsible for the girl's death on aecount of "reckless driving and without proper regard to human life." Chief Bywater has been confined to his quarters in the fire station since the accident suffering from a nervous shock and Justice of the Peace Harry S. Harper arraigned him there last night on the charge of in voluntary manslaughter. Owing to ! the chief s condition, ho was permit ted to remain in bis quarters, without bond. The city commission adopted a res lution last night suspending the chief from duty. oo NEGRO HANGED AT WASHINGTON Washington, June 10. Nathaniel Greene, a negro, who criminally as assanlted a white woman within sight of the capitol on Christmas night, went to his death on the scaffold yes terday, tho first man to pay the death penalty for such a crime in the Dis trict of- Columbia He had confessed and President Wilson refused clem ency. Almost in a stale of collapse, Green was assisted to the scaffold and was dead in ten minutes. "Rum and dope did this." he mur mured to his guards. "I hope I'll be an example to other men of my race." Greene's victim, a government clerk, will be an Invalid for life. oo After seventeen years of continu ous service electric meter Xo. 1 is still in us by the New York Edison company. Tins meter was installed in 18. Previous to Its installation I the old chemical meters were used. .yjBiE,qniBau .mblmjimuum 1 OF INTEREST I TRAVELERS I Travelers who pro vide themselves with a Letter f Credit or t Travelers' C h eqtie which tins bank furh ishos nr.? freed from E the many risks and in- I conventiencda entailed I by eurr;. ing the actual I currency. Our Letters of Credit E and Travelers' Cheques g are honored m all parts I LEGAL SUMMONS. In the District Court of Weber Coun ty. State of I' tab. John R. Petersen. Plaintiff, vs. Ada Petersen. Defendan.. The State, of l iah to the said Do fondant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear within tweuty days after service j of this Summons upon you, if served within tho ('ouuty in which this action is brought; otherwise, within thirty days after service, nnd defend the above entitled action; and In case of your failure so to do. Judgment will be rendered against you according o the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. Said action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the marriage con tract and bonds of matrimony now and hitherto existing between vou and the plaintiff HALVBRSON & PRATT, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O Address, 509-511 First Na tional Bank Plug . Ogden. Utah First publication .May 20 1913. ALIAS SUMMONS. In tbe District Court of Weber Coun ty, Stare of Utah Elizabeth Howe. Plaintiff, vs. James Howe, Defendant. The State of Utah to the said De fendant You are hereby summoned to ap pear within twenty dafl after service of this Summons upon you. if served within the County in which this action Is brought; otherwise, within thirty days after service, and defend the above entitled action; and In case of vour failure so to do. Judgment will he rendered against you according 10 the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of sa'd Court. This action is brought to recover a judgment dissolving the marriage contract now and heretofore existing between you and the plaintiff T. K O'CONNOLLY, Plaintiff's Attorney. P O Address No 2411 Washington avenue, Ogden, Utah. First publication May 20, 1913 ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Municipal Court in and for the City of Ogden, County of Weber, State of Utah. Before Hon. W. H. Reeder, Jr. Mu nicipal Judge and ez-officlo Justko of the Pence. C. A. FFRNELIT'S. Plaintiff. V3 F ROMERO. Defendant. The State of Utah, to said Defend-' ant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear before the above entitled courf within ten (10) days after service of this summons upon you, if served w ith in the county In which this action is brought, otherwise within twenty (20) days after this ser ice, and de fend the above entitled action; in case of your failure to do so. Judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint in said action which was filed In said court on the ICth day of February, A. D I'M 3 To the Sheriff or any Constable of Weber County, Greeting: Moke legal service and due return hereof. WITNESS, HON, W II REEDER, .TR Judge of said Court, with the S.-v.l thereof, this 31st dav of May, 1913. T. N FULTON. Clerk. The above action is brought to re cover judgment against the defendant for ?1S.10 for merchandise sold and delivered to the defendant by the plaintiff at defendant's request and also $S.OO for merchandise sold and delivered to defendant by Toshio Kato; at defendant's request, nnd by the said Toshio Kato. assigned to the plaintiff who is the legal holder thpreof. JOSEPH CHEZ. Attorney for Plaintiff NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is hereby given by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, of the intention of said Board of Commissioners to make the follow ing described improvements, to-wlt: To create 'J.th street from the east side of Washington avenue to the east slue of Harrison avenue as a paving district, and to pave the same with either asphalt, Utah Rock as phalt, bitulitbic or Dolarway pave ment with the necessary concrece foundation, together with all noces sary excavating and grading therefor, and to defray tbe whole of the cost thereof, estimated at $40,512 00, be ing $4.00 per lineal front foot lor the 10,128 lineal front feet affected, by a local assessment upon the lots and pieces of ground within the follow ing described district; being the dis trict hereby declared to bo benefit ted and affected by said improve ments A strip of land 50 feet wide abutting on both sides of said 25th street, be ing parts of lots 1 to 5 inclusive, block 2il; lots 1 and 2. block 27; Les ter Park, block 28; lots G and 7. block 15; lots C to 10 inclusive, block lb;, and lots 6 and 7. block 17, all in I plat "A"; lots 0 aud 7, block 5. lots 6 to 10 inclusive, block 6; lots 1 and 2 block 7, and lots l to 5 Inclusive, block 8. all In plat "B", lots 6 and 7, block 25; lot3 1 to 5 Inclusive, block 32. all in plat "C"; lots 1 to 4 inclusive, Kershaw's Subdivision of block 81, plat "C"; lots 1 to 5 lnclu sive, block 1. and lots 1 to 5 Inclu sive, block 2. picclee' Subdivision; lots 4't to 52 inclusive, Capitol Block Sub division; rots 31 and 32, Riders' Sub divlfion of block 31. plat "C"; lots 1 and 2 and 51 and 52. Coreys" Subdl Vialon and lots 6 to 10 Inclusivo, Drinker & Hochstetler's Subdivision, all of Ogden City Survey. All protests and objections to .he carrying out of such intention must be presented In writing to tbe City Re corder on or before the ICth dav of June. 913, at 10 o'clock a. rn.. that being the time set by the board of commissioners when they will hear and consider such objections as may be made thereto, at the mayor's of fice at the City hall, Ogden City, Utah. By order of the Board ot (Jommis sloners of Ogden City, Utah. Dated this 19th day of May, 1913. A G. FELL. Mavor. H. J. CRAVEN, City Engineer. First publication. May 23, 1913. Last publication. Juue 14. 1913. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for building sew ers In Sewer District No 116. being Hnnker avenue 'ttweeu 25th and 36th Streets, Wall avenue between 20th and 21st Streets and 20th Street be tween Washington and Wall Ave nues; under plans and specifications propared by tho City Engineer and approved by the Board of City Com missioners. Will be received at the office of the City Engineer in the City Hall, at Og du Pity, Utah, until 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 24th day of June. 1913, at which time all proposals received will be publicly opetifii and r. .id aloud. Plans and specifications can be ob tained upon application at the office of the City Engineer after June 7th, 1913 The right Is reserved to reject any i-J fi --------jl -7' i - m: ev v i$m Summer takes one out of doors, and footwear is selected ac cordingly. But then there are occasions even in Summer when a bit dressier effect is desirable for Afternoon or Evening Wear. No need to say that Whatever your Shoe needs are, they can be filled at our Store exactly as you desire and as they ought to be. You'll be Proud of your Shoes, we too. N. O. OGDEN CO. ! No. 236 25th St. or all bids aud to waive any dofecfy. By order of the Board of Commis sloners. H J. CRAVEN, City Engineer First publication, May 31st. 1913. Last publication, June 23rd, 1913. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at tho office of the City Engineer, in the City Hall, Ogden City, Utah, up to anil including Monday, June 16, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time said bids will be publicly opene I and read aloud, for furnishing r-n- raa I oris, 8 and doing the work of paving Jefferson avenue from the south side of 25th slreet to the north side of 27th street with a 4-inch concrete base and 3-iuch asphalt wearing surface, or a 4 inch concrete base with a 2-lnch Utah Rock Asphalt wearing surface, together with the necessary grading and excavating therefor, to be known as paving district No. 105 All work to be done under plans and specifications prepared by tbe City u, i ii '. r and approved by the Boar.i of Commissioners. Plans, specifications and full infor mation can be bad upon application to the City Engineer after June .". 1913. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive any de fects By order of the Board of Commis sioners. IT. T CRAVEN, City Engineer. First publication. May 23, 1913. Bast publication, June 14, 1913 NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY. Pursuant to Section 278 of the Com piled Laws of Utah. 19n7. and the au thority vested In me by said section, I. the undersigned. Wallace Eoulg,-. Treasurer of Ogden City, Weber County. Utah, hereby give public no tice that a special tax amounting to $2,698.00 has been levied for sewer District No. 115 for the purpose of constructing pipe sewers in said dis trict by an ordinance duly passed by the Commissioners of Ogden Cit.. Utah, and approved by the Mayor of said City on June 3, i913. said taxes being levied on all of the abutting property on the following streets com prising said sewer District No 115: Van Buren avenue between 26th and U 7t li streets; Patterson avenue from Washington to Orant avenue, and Lincoln avenue from 2'ith to 27th streets. The said tax is payable iu 5 install ments: The first iuiallment becomes de llnnuent July 23, 1913. The second installment becomes de linquent June 3, 1914. The third installment becomes de linquent .June 3. 1915. The fourth installment becomes de linquent dune 3. 1916. The fifth installment becomes de linquent June 3. 1917. Each of said installments, except the first, shall draw interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, from the date of the levy as aforesaid, and If any or either of said Installments shall be unpaid when they become delinquent, interest thereon shall be 10 per cent per annum, until such delinquent assessments are fully paid. Said tax shall be enforced and col lected as In any other case of spe cial tax and If not paid the propert on which said levy Is made will be advertised and sold according to law. This special tax la payuble at nay of fice at the City Hall, Ogden CitT, Utah. WALLACE FOULOER. City Treasurer, Osden City, Utah By C. T. KOONS, Deputy. June 6. 1913 LEGALE NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY. Pursuant to Section 278 of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907, and the authority vested in me bv said section. I. the undersigned. Wallace Foulger. Treasurer of Ogden Citv. We her County. Utah, hereby give public notice that a special tax amounting to $13,067.30 has been levied for curb aud gutter in District No I0g for the purpose of constructing concrete cutbs and gutters in said district by an ordlnnnce duly passed by the coni mtssioncrs of Ogden Citv. Utah, and approved by the Mayor of said City on June 3. 1913. said taxes being leTied on all of tho abutting prop erty on the following streets, com prising suiu curb and gutter in dis trict No. 10S: Both sides of Quincv avenue from 22ud to 2t,th streets; Jackson avenue from 23rd to 26th streets, Gramsrcy avenue from 56in to 4ttu siitets; lbt I streel from Monroe to QulnCj avenue; 22nd street from Monroe to Quincy avenue; 23rd street from Monroe to Jackson avenue; 24th street from Jackson to 'nn Buren avenue; 26th Btreel from Mnroe to Quincy avenue, ant) the west side onh of Quincy ave nue from 26th to 27th streets. The said tax is payable in 4 install ments The first installment becomes deiin- j quent July 23, 1913. The second installment becomes de linquent June 3, 1914. The third installment becomes de linquent June 3. 1915. The fourth Installment becomes de linquent June .!. 1916. Each of said installments, except the first, shall draw interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, from the date of the levy as aforesaid, and if any or either of said installments shall be unpaid when they become delinquent, interest thereon shall be lit per cent per annum, until such delinquent assessments are fully paid. J Said tax shall be enforced and col- j lceted as in any other case of pp1 Cial tax and If not paid the property j on which said levy Is made will be advertised and sold according to law. This special tax is pavablc at my of- J fice at the Citv Hall. Ogden City, Utah. WALLACE FOULGER, City Treasurer, Ogden City. Utah J Bv C. T. KOONS. Doputy. June 6. 1913. NOTICE Notlco Is given that pursuant to dl- I rectlou of the Board of County Com- mis.sionera of Weber County, Utah, and Sections 527, .:.L'.S. 529 and 530 of j tho Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907, bid? will be received at my office until j June 16, 1913. for such books, blanks and stationery as may be required by j the several county officere of said county during the year beginning July 1, 1913 The probable quantity of ' ea- ti Item may be ascertained by re- I ferrlng to the estimates of the same pro-ared by the several officers and on file In my office, and to which reference is hereby made All bids shall state separately the price of j each item of books, blanks and sta- J tlonery to be furnished and the rlgh 1 reserved OO behalf of the Board I of County Commissioners to accept I or reject any and nil bids, or to ac- f cept or reject a part of any bid The I party to whom the contract is award- I ed will be required to give a bond for 1 the faithful performance of the con- J tract J Bids will also he received until June 16, 1913 for the publication of J county reports, notices and adver- I tlsements during the year, including I the delinquent tax list, beginning July 1. 1913, the right being re3er:ed by j the board of county commissioners to reject any and all bids aud to readver- tlse. By order of the Board of County j Commissioners. S O. DYE. fount v Auditor. Ogden. Utah. May 31. 1913. Date of first publication. June 2, 191V Date of last publication, June 12, 1913. j . NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received! at the office uf the Citv Fntlneer, !fl 1 the City Hall. Ogden City, Utah, up ? to and including Monday. June 1. j , 1913, at 10 o'clock a m , a' which time j ' said bids will be publicly opened nnd read aloud, for furnishing materials j 5 and doing the work of paving with as- j J plialt. Wall avenue from tbe soilthJH side of 21st street to the south side P of L'.M street, and Lincoln avenue fromH the south side of 25th street to the Mi south side of 26th street, In the nnuvBj ner following, to-wlt: On Wall ave- Pj nue from the south side of 21st street III to the Houth side of L' ;d street, grad Wk and pave and build curbs and gutters, j M On Lincoln avenue from the south slda Hk Of 25th street to the south side of 26th -n-.-et grade and pa e j To be hereafter known as paving H district No. 106. All work to be done under plans and specifications prc' ; itl pared by the City Engineer and IP y proved by tbo board of commission- llty ers. Plans, specifications and full infor- ' mation can be had upon application l J ' the City Engineer after June 5, 19l- The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids and to waive anv defect- H By order of the Hoard of (.'omcnis II sloneru. I II. J CRA VfCN'i 4 Citv Engineer. First publication, May 23. 1913. 0 Last publication, June 14. 1913.