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I 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1919.
I For Subscription and Advertising departments, Call Phone No. 68. RANDOM REFERENCES Easter Flowers and pot plants, righl from ihe greenhouses. Dunike Floral. Talk by Llttlefield Sergeant Ted Littlefielcl was the guest of honor of ihe Rotary club yesterday at a lunch eon at the Weber club. He related many of hi, experiences of ihe war The luncheon was well attended and The talk given bv Sergeant Llttlefield was enjoyed by all. J W. Abbott was elected a member of the club. For sale 100 cood Jackets, suitable i to make over for children; 1.50 i a " Horycks Bros. -4-7 Wash. 3111 Prisoners In Ogden tight alien prisoners who were recently released from Ft. Douglas where they have been held since the outbreak or the war. arrived in Ogden yesterds ternoon. The men Wert all indiunant because they were unable to get a westbound train leaving the city be fore evening. When questioned as to their name?, they refused to give them. FOR EASTER Get your eggs or Easter at The Sewell Grocery 2602 Wash. Ave . and insist on having Joe Barker's big fresh eggs. 3Ilo Church Sale The Junior Auxiliary oi the Church of the Good Shepherd will give a sale of fancy-work, cakes and candy at the guild room, corner or Grant avenue and Twenty-lourth street next Friday afternoon, April I 26th, from :30 lo 6 3t. Clean rags wanted at The Standard i office. j Assistant Manager F. L. Burckhal- ler. assistant, manager of the South- , ern Pacific railroad, who escorted Mrs Mi doo from San Francisco, depart I ed last evening for San Francisco. ! Ice Pure distilled artificial only. M L. Jones Coal L Ice Lo Thone 1603 I 2568 j I From Washington V W. S.imp-j I son. in charge of The Great Basin ex-I j pcriment station, arrived in Ogden this ' morning and spent a crent part of the j dav visiting forest official? at the lo- , ,nl fores) sen icv buildinc Mr Samp son has Just returned irom Washing-1 ton where he has spent the wintt t and I will leave immediately for the exper- I iment slation and get this vear's work j ! under way Old papers for sale. Ogden Stand 1 ' rd For Sale by Owner Twenty i B 1 best irrigated land in Ogden Six room brick house, city water, electric lights, three blocks from care line I two-third? in cherries, peaches ami small fruit; balance fine for beet- , lomatoe-. Will divide place if tooj larce, into two tracts, 8 and 12 act B Easy terms, S44 Seventh street. Will give immediate possession C. H. j Smith, '-'"8 Twenty-fifth street. QUICK messenger service Phone 502. 2900 j I Visiting His Daughters W H Ben ! ! nett left today to visit his daughters) at Midvale. While away he will at tend the Odd Fellows' convention in 1 Salt Lake. Call 22 for Taxi or Transfer service i !: 1557, I Married The matrimonial tabies ', I were slightly reversed yesterday and I instead of an Ogden couple going to W Farmington unite in the holy bonds of matrimony. Samuel Nakken and Sarah Kennedy visited this city as twain j j and departed as one. The cerenion 4 was performed by Judge Arthur E. j 1 Pratt yesterday afternoon at ihe court 4 house. 4j I, Clean rags wanted t the Standard 1 office. j Arrives in New York Mrs. A. Wil- kensen received word late last night 7 to the effect that Sergeant William A. I Wilkensen of the 9ls1 division had A landed safel in New York. ; Buy what photographs ou need and' 1 Buy Now of G. W. Tripp. 320i I 25th street. 'The photogapher in1 I j j your town." 15901 I Going to Coast Chief Clerk W. O. 1 Johnson of the division superimen I , dents office of the Southern Pacific 1 railroad, with his wife, left Ogden last j , evening for San Francisco to attend a! i meeting of the chief clerks of all the1 j Southern Pacific lines to be held in, f ,an Francisco on the ISth and 19th 1 of this month. Cash paid for Liberty Bonds. C H. I Smith, 278-25th St. 2965 1 Baseball The Southern Pacific shop . apprentices defeated the baseball nine f from the local yard offices in the sec-1 i rnd game of the railroad baseball I league held at the S. P. shop diamond I The final score was 15 to 9. The bat- j i leries for the apprentices was Doxey i 1 and Hassell; for the Yard orfice, Eut- t ler and Preshaw. The Apprentices! j and the office clerks are scheduled to; meet this afternoon. 9 Received, of that Indispensiblo ar- 1 -j i fide, two carloads of charcoal, at ! . 2254 Washington Ave. Newman &. .. 1 Stuart Co. . 3052 j f'H From Honolulu Dr. H. F. Robinson S and wife have returned from the Ha-' J wmian JslandR, whre thev enjoyed a three months' vacation '3 Will Be Entertained Ted Llttlefield 1 i to be entertained at the Country club this evening. Wilson Ware? The Wilson ward M. B I. A. will Rive r dance Friday night, prt1 1. Music will be furnish-, b M 'Hen Bros who will jrive several songs "Mi nd graphophone selections. Enter- DON'T GET RUN DOWN d Wok ad mjurabJc. It jou br I) ail hid runt, Dizruifii, Nerrooief,r,Diin taehic, 9 b4 fMltir4JIrer, ct sptckAgeof Motbr -W OnjB iKOHATIf-LEAF, tb print' .3 MtJ:dol Te. We h?e mio? tcittmoaltli. m Asa f3tle lxiiT It hs no eqoii AV for .'IS Metber Gny' Aromatic-Leaf si Drarriii nr M tot h; nuul Ur m cnti mpl ?R&. AJ- 'S i:utt Ua'Mt Quj Co., lM 07, 2 . I. i 1 1 FIRST MEW OF 91ST TO AWE IN OGDEN SATURDAY Either last night or this morning the "17th regiment of the 01st division, with many I'tah boys, left (.'amp Mr ritt. Yu leisey west bound. The bos are tpected to go through Ogden on Saturday. Six trains are routed oei ilie Union Pat Iflc Sophern Pa Ifio and will closely follow each other INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL PURCHASE LAND f DR A FARM The State Industrial school has com pleted the purchase of two large tracts of land north of the city limit? which 'will be used for farm purpose?. line of the parcels enme from .John ,and Andrew Wilson, the consideration jbeinc 10,000, the other tract was bought from William Hotgren and the price is given at f$200, The sehool Will take possession of the land at once. Fails to Pay His Alimony and Is Wanted in Court Mary Gr. White, from whom James W. hite was granted a divorce, has filed a petition in the district court alleKins 'hrif White has not paid her $7.50 as separate maintenance as was! required In the decree. She asks that the plaintiff be brought into court and show cause why he should not pay the monev. I 00 EXTENSIVE WORK ON ROAOS TO START THIS SEASON ' . C Merrill, chief engmoer for. ihe: forest. serice. and J. P. Martin, His-1 trict forest engineer, returned to I ORdm last night from Salt Lake, j where they conferred with the state 1 highway commission in regard to the roads that are to be constructed ibis, year. It was decided to start work on' several large projects in Utah as soonj as contracting arrangements can be made It is estimated that this year's j Construction will exceed $605,000. Half j of this amount will be supplied by Ihe state and the other half will be contributed by the federal go em inent. Half or the Fphrairu-Orangevflle road project will be taken up tliis ear and completed Three-fourth- f the lUbcrFrnirtand loud will be com pleted; all of the Logan-Garden City road, and all of the Modena-St. Georce j road will be completed before the lirst of next year; one-half of the Cedar-! Lone Valley road, all of the Sevier I " Fort road, all of the Kamis-' Stockmore road will also be compter- J ed before the first of the ear All ; of these roads are in I'tah There are a numbei of roads in the state that construction work will not be started on this year, and will be; completed as soon as the state c.n make the necessary financial arran ; ments. The forest service and gov ernment are ready to proceed with the work this year, but the state has not as yet made the necessary ar-i-ang-ments. Sur.-;. work will In started on the Panguitch-Tropic road 1 and the Salina Emery road. It is pos sible that some construction work will be done this year on ihe Sallna-Emery road. It was decided at the conference, yesterday to postpone action on the Ogden Rich county road or the Hunts-1 ville-Woodruf f road until a field in vestigation has been made and an es timate of cost obtained. Mr. Merrill and Mr Martin are to : leave tomorrow for Boise idahc- where I they will hold a conference with the I Idaho state highway commission Mr. E. E. Kidder, district engineer, for this department, stated this mom ! ing that the construction work on the Ephriam-Orangevllle road contract had been awarded to the Mendenhall Bird Construction company of Salt. Lake Four companies submitted bids for this work. The bid submitted by' Mendenhall-Bii d company stated thai they would build the road Straight Canyon section Only), lor the .--urn of 151,925.40, the government furnishing all explosives. It was al-o advertised that bids were open and would be accepted for the Heber-Frultland road. At the, time limit set for the bids only onel company, the Wasatch 1 Grading coin-1 pany. had fiid a bid. it was decided that the project would be readvertlsod and new bids received. W-N- talnmejit for the young ;nd old. A Surprise Mrs S. T. Guthrie and! her family were pleasantly surprised yesterday when her son, Henry R. I Sherwood, a brother of Lieutenanr I I Owen Sherwood, arrived from the Norfolk, Va , navy pard, where he has .been mustered out of service. Young Sherwood entered iln- service in ihe uavy in January, 1917. and finalh saw considerable service in the war- zone ' on a destroyer. He was promoted to I hlcf petty officer during his service I Found Guilty Russell Thomas, chanced with having liquor in his pos session was found guilty of the charge 1 In the eity court this morning and 1 ; sentenced to pay $60 fine or serve GO I i dajrs in jalL STORES ARE TO OPEN AT NINE AND CLOSE AT 6 O'CLOCK 1 1 In order to eomply with the law pro- vldlng an eighl-hour day for all fe male workers, on and after May 12. ! most of Hie business houses of Opden employing female help Will open iii 9 o'clock In the morning and close at 6 p. m. The merchants ,of the city, as yet, j have not gotten together and fixed 8 uniform time for opening and closing, but if is generally agreed among Ihe j larger merchants of the city lhat the I above will be the hours fixed in this city. 00 WOMAN CRIED WITH PAIN. Thousands of women work today I w hile suffering from kidnev or bladder ailments that can be relieved. Mrs I Wavue. l'726 3rd St , Ocean Park, Cal., writes: "I had to sit down during my housework. Mv back ached so. also my hip pained me so V used to cry out. the pain was so great , Now 1 am thankful to say that Foley Kidney PIUs rid me of all mj pain." Backache, sore muscles, stiff or swol len Joints, rheumatic paJns are indica tions of kidney trouble. Foley Kidney ! Fills are safe and reliable They hi-1114 quick results. A. R. Mclmyie Drug I cb. Advertisement 00 J. J. Brummitt will buy your Liberty bonds at the best prices. 2417 Hudson avenue. Phone 59. w COUNTY MAY FACE A DIRECT TAX FOR COUNTY JAIL That the county bond eleeilon in Wt bej- county may be made invalid, ihe results thrown out and a new elec tion called, because of the alleged par ticipalion of the judces of election in attempting to influence voters con trary to the State Flaws, is the basis of reports made in the city today. Yes-! terday numerous complaints had been j made lo the county officials of the activity of the judges of election in certain districts telling the voters that a ote for the bonds would mean more ihan doubling their taxes One of the judges of election at Har- l rlsville is reported to have said. In the1 presence of county officials, that the bonds would add $lo a year more to their taxes. Other reports from the North Og- j den. Marriott, Eden. Hooper and 81a tervllle districts tell 0f the alleged ac llvity of the judces of eleetion. Af-j fidavlts will be secured at fhe earliest possible moment and criminal com plaints filed. County Attorney J. B. Bates said the question of th activity of the judges of election had not been brought of ficially to his attention, but that sec-! tion 2340. revised laws or 1917. make any work on the part of the Judges of election a misdemeanor and pun ishable by a fine of not less than Ci'MI nor more than $1000 or not more than' one year In the county Jail, or both' fine snd Imprisonment, llecardini; inc.- probable action of ihe state board of health building a new eountv j;iil in pla ol the pr. . in one and making a levy against the tax able property of the county, it is stated that such action will undoubtedly be. taken in the event ihe eoun'y iimu sioners do not authorize the building! of a new sanitary Jail. 00 83,000 Deaths in February in Petrograd COPENHAGEN'. April 17. The sit-1 uatlon in Petrograd. the director r. ports, has been growing worse and nu merous anti-bolshevik outbreaks have occurred there. In February ihere wer. 83.000 deaths in Petrojrrad com parded to 123,000 in January. TOOJ:ATCj NAME YOUR'PRK E. Nonresident writes, get an offer on 7.V 132 feet on Drinker avenue, between -6th and L'Tth streets. These well located lots are to be sold at once and some one wiU get a great bargain. Why not make an offer? Swaner. Eccles Bldg Phone 727. SOME REAL GOOD BUYS. Take yout - choice of (wo five ro m mod bungalows on south Adams Ave for $200 or $300 cash and balant e monthly, piiee onh .?,:. snd Ihej are ready for you to move right in, without a day's delaj Swaner. Eccles Bldg Phohe 737. WANTED FEMALE HELP. " GIRL for general housework; no wash ing. 700 22nd St. 1 1 LOST. SORREL mare, hitched to rubber-tlrf d runabout Ran away or taken from' viaduct. Mare about, fio pounds, branded "R" Quarter circle on ipf't thiph Two tires worn off tight wheels I of rig Rig newly painted Anv in-1 fornfation leading to iheir recoverv will be rewarded. Phone 31-R- 3122 FOR SALe! A RANGE Cheap, at 34th and Picific Call 163I-W. 3121 FOR SALE AUTa FORD truck. Call 33C ISth St Phone , 1817. 3120 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 1 GOOD fresh cow. Cor. 7th and Lint 3110 1 FOR SALE AUTOS. PORD automobile, 1917 model, in lirst class condition, with 4 new tires, h( f barcaln Will also consider 8 irn-le f or good team of horses. Call 21 K 2 1 3126j I WASHINGTON SCHOOL STAOTLEO f FIRE ! ON ROOT At 10 o'cloek this morning th roof al the Washington school caughi fire. 'The alarm was civen to the teachers of the school and in less limn 2S sec ondl the - nine building had been emp tied through three exits. I The fire department made a hasty response and within a few seconds had the fire extinguished by the use of bemicala This is the third fire in the building I in the past eighteen monihs. nn Drainage Map of -County Is Being Prepared by Engineer I The mapping of lands of Weber county in need of diainage is fast inearinf,- completion. All of the couniv .north of ihe Ogden river has been I covered and work is starting today (to map portions of the county south or the river S. (I Margetts assistant engineer to R A II. irt, state drainage engineer, is conducting tle work The map when completed will show the portions of the county that should he drained and the best possible way that this ma be ! accomplished. The work is being done by the slatP engineer in co-operation with Hie We ber county farm bureau. 00 Will Be Reproduced Next Saturday After noon at Alhambra The Ninth ward meeting house was the scene of a well staged and clever little playlet last evening when the stu dents in the seeond grade of the south Washington school played a revised translation of the w-M known and oft told f.nrv (ale of "Hansel and r.retel " The little lots showed an aptitude for 'he work whbh was remarkable and ihroucho.it the performance it was plain to be seen that there were some embryo stars In the casl. Miss Norma Taylor directed th work and rewrote the plav that it might be used for the purpose it was Put to The training of the troupe was almost entirely in her care and the performance of her pupils was an indication or the thoroughness with which she had done the work The three acts of the plav were In terspersed with clever bits or song and dance, all of which were well re. celved. A synopsis of these follows Ruth Jackson and Oscar Drowning presented n short sketch svncopntin heir actions to suit the wording of If ou Will Marry Me." Miss Evan gelme rook essayed the role of a solo dancer and acquitted herself nicely One of the hits of the evening wa when W ilson Stevens, aged 3 vears sang "Beautiful Katv;" when It came to introducing a few idiosvnerasies Willie was right there However I this did not greatly eclipse g voun- : soldier boy, Buster Goodmansnn' with his "I Hate to Get Fp in the Morning" song or the graceful young fairies in the dancing scene i : the second act Those taking leading parts were- "I l,1''"''1 Jnjes Hetzler Ashlev ET ete' , EInorn Thurston 1 fa' 'Pr Von Black Ih" mo,her Merle Pecs ?ra"d ma" Austen Ma. en! fhP "ltch Anna Green' JJ Government Is to Displace Railroad Company in Suit n amended complaint was filed in the district court this morning in the divorce complaint of Thelma Bonnett against Joseph Bonnet t and Walker D Hines, director general of the r s railroad administration The original suit made the Depot companv the de fendant, but the government orders that the railroad administration be in serted in all suits in place of the rail road company. The plaintiff in the action asks thai 'he lallroad be restrained from pay ing wages to Bonnett until the settle ment of the divorce action. nn Cub Oil & Gas j Company to Begin Drilling Operations L. Pmett, field manager for the' 'nb 1 Ml & (ias , omp inv . left - ester das for the property in the Post Sol-! dier oil lield or Wyoming, where he j is to begin drilling operations this week. Ray Allison, truck driver has been j on the job all week hauling material, j supplies and tools. The company will build a house for the drilling crew to live in and erect 'he drill rig within the next few day! and expf.cts fn ht, (jr,u(n:; lM Mr.ndav next. P. T Moyes, vice president and G J J Reader, secretary, have been busy s iting Mr Pruett off to work, buvin upplies, fools, tir- Mr Pruett drove' his big Cadillac car over the hills and I it was loaded to It's capacity. G. J Reerier, secretary, left this morning for Salt Lake Cjtv on busi-l neaa for he company. Everything looks bright for this new ; ocal company. Woming has had an .inusually dry winter and trausporta-i ion has thereby been greatly faoili ated. The company Is starting work hree weeks earlier than expected. 00 LIBERTY BOND CLOSING. NEW? YORK, April 17 Libem bond inal prices today were 3Us $99 10 irst is 195.50; second s $9351 first. - 195.50 -'-ond $93.51; third J95.3-I, fourth 1 Us 593.6 . T. EARL NINE GOES TO B. y. COLLEGE IT PRDVD Professor T. Karl PardOC h;is nc jcepied a position Sfl head of the public speaking and dramatic arts depart ment al tht Brlghain Yduhj unli 1 sity ai Provo, beginning next sum ojer and winter. Professor Pardoe win leave Ogd n Jum L, moving h family to Provo, and will assimi' j charge of the department beginning wiili tin summer session. Professor Pardoe stated this morn ing that his object in accepting thlfl position was to extend his aequafnt I ance throughout the west as far east as possible with the Idea of eventual ly establishing a school of dramn'ic art in Ogden. .' Harry Carey in "The Secret Man," Lyons-Moran Comedy and Latest News at thcozy1 today. Coming tomorrow, Bill Hart in "Between Mn." 00 LITTLE BEN'S SHOW j PLEASED AUDIENCE IT THE ALHAMBRA The spacious Alhambra was tilled' last evening and the throngs thofj witnessed Tittle Ben in his wonderful' ; work pronounced it the grandest film of the year powerful, magnetic and1 convincing, that money does not pos-j sess the aliie that love and genera lity holds for the happiness of man j , The picture can remain only three dnvs owing 10 Ihe large number of , bookings which are crowding the Al hambra for time There will be only I I one day for the showing of "Maggie Pepper." which comes Saturday. Don't ; let your children miss seeing Little I Ben today and tomorrow, your las: Chance to see "The Turn in the Road." 00 - Mix from start to finish. All Mix day at the Lyceum to morrow. Tom Mix in "Mr. Logan, U. S. A." and also in "Hearts and Saddles," a two reel comedy. Coast Guards Are ' Going Through for I Service in Alaska Nineteen members of the U. S. Coast Guard academy of New London, Conn, passed through Ogden this morning en route to Nome, Alaska. The contingent will be followed next week by fifty more gobs" for the same destination These boys will be detailed to coast guard service in Alaska and there will work to guard :the ports and coasts of Alaska from smugglers and seal and fish poachers Two hundred more "gobs" are sche duled to arrive in Ogden this evening 'en route to the Pacific coast from the Great Lakes naval training station. Preparations are being made by the ', canteen workers to entertain them during their brief stay in this city. Four cars of returning soldiers pass ed through Ogden last niht en route o Vii'.ei Ic.-in Lake and to the Presidio I at San Francisco. The boys were all! served with a light dinner at the canteen, after which they "stretched! their legs for a walk" through the! ireets of Ogden. Great credit is due to the canteen j ladies for their noble and generous work al the canteen. The ladies in charge yesterday spent twelve hours' I "on the job. ' They receive no re imuneratlon for this excepj the know ; ledge of service well rendered. 00 t s 1 Society v J HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Historical Society will meet Saturday afternoon at two thirty at the home of Mrs Ldward Blchsel, 718 Twenty-fifth street Mrs. Josephine Hirst will have charge of the pro gram, the subject being ".Mother and Teacher " CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY The ladies of the Children's Aid So ciety will hold a special meeting a' the dispensary tomorrow afternoon ,u 2 o'clock. All members are asked to be present. KNITTING COMMITTEE The Knitting club of the Comforts Forwarding committee Will meet at the home of Mrs. E. o. Wattis on Eccles avenue Friday afternoon. ATTENTION! ' t Cooks, Waiters and Waitresses' Local, No. 581 meets at Eagles' Hall Friday evening at 8:30. All mem bers and new candidates and re-instated members are requested to attend. John J. Foley, Secy. r v SI SPECIAL 1 I Tf For Easter 1 Wl Wcw sPrin9 Dresses j rfTO $25 and $30 $ 85 yEnr vaes-on sale rfc tomorrw at Will' Wm Made of taffeta, satin, jersey and ( 8' fjeorgette combinations lovely V fli vl St1 I nGW moce's w'e range of latest W tjl Bjft, shades real $25 and J r'VjPTr $30 dresses on sale (P'iP Or : -'-i.j$jp-4SLj tomorrow at V-a.0OD Mli3 !M Beautiful georgette and crepe de ' , L3jUii ILa chine waists, all the new colors LP- as fcn $4-85 and $5-85 Ogden Starts on Great Campaign of Improvement (Continued Trom Tage 1) County Building Lost. With all districts in the city ami jrounty but twoMieanl from at noon to la. the two districts being Precinct No 6 in the city and the Warren pre f inci in the county, the bond election , for the city and county building showed the measure lost by a major ity of 412 votes in city and couiu At noon the returns on the count v 'Jail bonds stood with a combined ma jority against the measure of votes. The total vote cast in the city and county with the two districts yet to be reported, was 1676. th largest combined vole on any question This was the total vote on the city and i county building At noon the vote stood as follows! on both questions: City Vote. Question No. 1 For joint building Yes, 953. No. 723 Dimallnn Vn 11 Vrr rnnnlv 1:111 Yes, 324. No. 731. County Votes. Question No. 1, Joint building Yes. I 144. No. 786 Question No 11. county jail Yes 136. No. 782. Illegal Acts Committed. Although the returns show the Joint ! building lost by a big majority, there , is considerable talk of the county voreJ I being thrown out entirely and a new I election called on the ground that I there were irregularities in some of the precincts on the part of election j ofllcials. It is claimed by somo that a number of election Judges In the county districts were guilty of Influ ' encing voters, it being alleged that in some cases the attempts were open I ly made The election has caused consider able discussion on the part of all citi zens, especially in the city. Some of I I the county -voters, howeer, wore ju'tj as anxious to iiave the bonds all go through in the best interest of the city and county. In commenting on the election litis morning. John Wheeler, a Judge Ol election at Slateo ille, stated he was j convinced that many of the farmers) had a wrong conception of the bond issue and would have voted in the al flrmative had they been better in I formed on the subject Judge A W. Agee said this morning , , th;it, aside from any question of Ir regularities in the election, it would probabl be wise to re-submit tlie'i question to Ihe voters and ur?e the , citv property owners to go to the!, pollfi Had the cltj l oters all turned , out the bonds would have carried. L Bond Issues Approved. Ogden City school im provements $500.00ft.1( ( Ogden sanitary sewer sys ) tem 325.000.0C Refunding outstanding ! warrants 101.000 OC City'a portion. Joint build ing 250.000 00 Comfort" station 11.000.00 Sidewalk building 2,i2?.u0 Curbing, guttering, grad- I ing 3.000 .00 Storm Fewer building ... 1-' j Street paving 95,000 00 $l.r,00 22S 00 Bond Issues in Doubt. Lorln Parr p;rk improve- I ments 19,763.00 Washington park improve ments 5.000.00 Total S24.7C3.C0 Bond Issues Defeated. County portion. Joint couni and' city building 1450,001 New Weber county jail . . . 50,000 00 Total 5500.000 00 Earlier Returns Returns from thirty-six of 'he fifty 'four city precincts showed the follow ing results: For redeeming of outstanding in- I debtedness 763 Ap.ninst redeeming of debts 34S I Majority 414 1 Fo. city portion of joint building . 672 Against city portion joint building . 477 , I Majority 195 For constructing comfort station. 630 1 Against constructing station 197 1 Majority I ... 1 3 3 For sidewalk building 768 Agalnsl sidewalk building 170 Majority 398 For curbing, guttering, grading.. 765 Against curbing, guttering and grading , 358 Majority 407 ' For street paving 775 Against street paving 342 Majority . . 433 1 For constructing storm sewers ..735 Against constructing storm sew- I ers 403 Majority 332j For Lorin Farr park improve ments 533 I Against Lorin Farr park improve ments 560 J Majority aaginst 22 For South Washington park im- j provemonls 5(3 Against South Washington park j improvements 529 ' Majority 39 For sanitary sower system 822 ' Against sanitary sewer system ..314 I Majority 508 The city and county building lost by 398 votes in city and county. At two o'clock this afternoon all pre- I cincts of the city had made returns 1 on the city and county building meas ure, the returns made showing that the mesure had carried In the citv bv a majority of 248 vptes out of a total vl of 1724 votes cas"t. There were D86 I votes east in the city In favor of the joint building and 738 votes against it. The eity and county building lost in the county by a majority of 652 votes , out of approximately 953 votes cast. The above figures are not official. but are compiled from the reports as they c:ime in. and they may be sub ject to some slight changes. Tho voting on the countv Jail was approximately the same, the differ ence being only a few votes All measures in the city carried ex cept the Lonn Farr Tark appropria tion of .519.763 At the time of going to press there were still some pre cincts whirh had nor reported, but the vote showed 611 votes for and 664 against the improvements proposed. The Washington avenue park meas- . j uro carried by a small majority the vote for it being 651 for to 628 against. This measure will provide extra plav -grounds and swimming pool for tho children in the southern part of the city during the school year. The exact figures on the other measures could not be given at tho time or going to press, but there was lead enough for all of them t0 carry by a, safe majority. 00 Two to One Vote Is Given for the ' J City School Bonds Officials and citizens who had taken part, in the campaign for the school bonds, which can-led so well in the election yesterday, .re highly pleased over the result. It was con sidered by most citizens that 'he ichool bonds were the most essential 3f all the issues presented to the t Oters. Officials of the school board and acuity and members of the various committees, who wore active in the campaign of education, felt that tho "Uy at least, had vindicated its claim . I 0 being progressive. ) There were but 1.118 vote east en Ithe school question. The voters and jtne First and Fourth wards cast their 'ballots in the very school buildings ihe (- ntral Junior high and the W ash- J Ington avenue schools which had 1 .been condemned and were to b re placed in case the bonds carried. What meet this had on the voters could not be stated, but the parents in the Wash ington district were very much inter ested in the results and there was general rejoicing in tho southern part of the city when it was learned that the bonds for the schools had carried. . Statement of Board. rii' !n!lov,,n; .tim..un envnt w.- made at the school board office "President Levedah of the school board last evening was highlv grati- , fied at the results of the school bond flection. He stated that he realized by the vote that the public, through the educational campaign that had been conducted, thoroughly understood the needs of the schools, and he felt that the campaign had been so suc cessful on account of the fine co-operation with the school board on the nart of the clubs and other organizations m the city. The effective wav in which both the newspapers of the city have so generouslv -riven inuM in , ryint: on the campaign brought most excellent results in creating a fine spirit on the pun of the voters n all sections of tho city. The campaign .was absolutely educational throughout , and showed a fine, unselfish spirit. ;The citizens of Ogden seem to be tullv limited in their effort.- i(J provide a first class school plant for the chil dren of the city "The board members realize the tre mendous responsibility entrusted 10 them in planning building campaign for the city, and will at all times seek the co-operation of the civic organ ::.! tions of the city in constructing build incs that shall fully meet the approval of the communifv." Maior- Total. Yes. No. It v. First ;ird ... 146 94 52 42 -Second Ward ..74 38 36 2 Third Ward . 23o 13" 100 30 Fourth Ward.. 314 220 85 lit Fifth Ward ... 349 267 88 1S5 Totals 1113 758 355 losj