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-we appeal to man who are partlc utar about what thry wear psrticu.ar about style, fit and price 'j 1 Gold Crowns . . . .83.50 Bridge Work . . $3.50 Best Set of Teeth $5.00 Painless extraction 25c j All Work Guaranteed I New York DcsitaS Payors 2468 Washington Ave. j FREE Examination and Advice H Fmsi national 1 OF C GDEN, UTAH U S. DcPOSITARY 9 Capital $ 150,000 00 K ' I Undivided profits and surplus 350.000 00 H Deposits 3,500,000.00 I I M. S Browning. Prcs ; L R I , I Eccles, Vice Pres.; G. H I H Tribe, Vicc-Prcs ; John Wat- fl 1 3 con, Vice' Pres.: John Pingrec, H I a Cashier; Jas. F. Burton, Asct n J tHHSKVPfi wmw; s.mu Slade9s J Phone 321. 408 25th Street Wi have the largest van In fht J j city. Quick service. Moving, ship. P'n9 and hanoling pianos. Prompt J freight deliveries. Furniture mov- 1 Ing a specialty Storage at reason- i able rates. ii II I VIENNA CAFE Special Dinner 25 I B Lunch from 11 , m. to 4pm fij Olnner from 4 to 8 p m. BBjsjjsBsKSsisBVSBBKSaS for artistic MONUMENTAL WORK H Best work and lowest prices I ! guaranteed Yard, Cor. Jeffer- I I son and 21st St Phone 2218-W. I I W. W. CLAYTON IS BACK FROM EAST I Colonel W W Clayton returned las) evening after a trip to New York, viih a stopover at Detroit. "Business conditions In the east ap- j ,pear to be In splendid condition " said Colonel Clayton "Everybody seems to I have a disposition to Rive the new , i Democratic administration an oppor- I itunlty to get things rminlnp after lis I own polif ies, and I found nowhere a I 1 feeling other than that the peopli I should get behind the new admlnls , tration and help it In every possibb way. There is a Feeling of confident I that the country- will continue to pros I A.Shby Snof, who was Colonel Clay- j H ton's fellow traveler for a pan of the I I 'rip. also returned Mr Snow said that H I he found conditions to be e.rc!lent L "The business tone In the east,' Hf, said Mr. Snow, "seemed to be a heal t lhy one There was perhaps a slight PHi disposition to await the action of con Kress on the firin" question; but as soon as that is nettled It Is my bc- Hg. I'1' business will take on an unprece- PPJl dented movement towards wider and Hr; greater things." ISA The cynical world would be far M wore likely to sit up and take no il if most of the reformers would SNOW SURVEY IN UTAH'S CANYONS According to Alfred H. Thienaen, section director of the local weather bureau, there will be a snow survey uiafc'e o' all the canyons above the ', water shedw throughout the slate to determine how much snow water a .stored In the mountains. It is the Intention of Mr Pnlesnen to popular ize Ihe method of J. Cecil Alter of I conducting yearly surveys in Maple Creek canyon, between Hobble and Spanish Fork canyons, east of Spring pllle, BO that the method can le ap jp'ied in all watersheds in rtah. ("or three.: years Mr, Alter, obsorv i has heen conducting snow surveys in Maple Creek canyon, such sdrveys being in cer way accurate and re ii.iljlc Snow Is Deeper Mr Th lessen said The Bnow is about five and one liif Inches deeper than last year, and shows (It tic drifting except in the I rougher portions of the watershed; , nd up to the close of the measure ment period there bad been onlv a 1 1 w small snow slides even in these regions, thus Indicating a firm condi 1011 of the under layers up to that time The Btreams were all compar ative! low; the main canyon stream was closed by snow above Perr hol- low. Dibble canyon was closed from a rery short distance above the falls j and the stream from ripht hand fork was small anil extended but a few ro ir from its junction with the main can on stream "Practically the entire watershed carried a snow covering of a trace or more exr-eptinc the north side of the main canyon which was penerallv bare. It was also discovered tbat a i romparathely small acreage, confined to a few slopes, carried so little as a ti2-ee. or broken covering, of snow. The density measurement, or deter minations of the actual water con tents of the snow, showed noticeable I uniformity throughout the regions measured ; "Owing largely to the impractica bility of securing measurements of the snow that will be comparable from year to year In the rougher portions jof the watershed and on the steeper slopes, no systematic measurements wore made this spring In right hand I fork, nor In Maple eanron side and Service Rerrv hollow It is therefore believed that In the figure" herewith presented of the snow layer over the smoother portions of the watershed, w-e have records that represent very closely a measure of the amount and condition of the snow thai will form 'a basis for fairly accurate compari sons with measurements in other years The comparisons made in the 1 accompanying table may be consid ered direct, as the averages and val mes for Identical regions have been computed for this purpose. In com- i paring the 1913. and 1912 figures with1 the previous values obtained In Kill. I however, it will not be fcrpotten that) I these last-named llcnres were ob tained two weeks later In the sea-j son. Survey In U'ah "If was three years ago. In the I hi. ring of 1910, that the Salt Lakej City office of the weather bureau un- deiiook a preliminary survey of Ma ple Creek canyon. The object of such j a survey is for the purpose of defin Itelv ascertaining just how much wa ter 'S store,! jn the mountains in the form of snow. ' A snow surrey to be of greatest value to tile farming Interests must be accurate, and to be so it Is nec-I lessary that actual measurements be i taken measurements of snow depth. I Isnojw densit or the amount of waifr contained in the snow ; the area of the snow fields, the depth of frost j and extent, the condition of thei I ground, whether drv or wet, and whether frozen or otherwise, arc nec. er.sar. All of the above factors en- iter into the rpiestion as to how much water there w ill be during the coming J Use of Data. "How far shall 1 1 , farmer use in- formation of this kind? The farmer Is first concerned as 'o the question whether there will be an average amount of water, but if oue can def initely say that there will be 10 or 20 per cent more, then the farmer can plant a crop which requires more water, or can plant a larger area. If le-s -.'nan ihe average Is promised then be ran plant a crop requiring a small amount of water, or plant a smaller area. He can use the in formation, indeeil all through the growing season: if water will le short lucern Bhould be cut earlier, thus al lowing a longer lime for the second crop to mature Hut better than all other advantages, it seems to me is tbr fact that a knowledge of the act ual water conditions will give the crop a money value because one can eliminate It from that class whose amount of production Is more or less problemal ieal " ELBE RTA WANTS PRECINCT Provo, March is Residents of rci- beria have petitioned the county com missioners for Blberts precinct to be organized as formerly existing. The matter was referred to County t torney Grant C. Bagley with instruc tions to prepare the ner?ssary reso lutions to be pasrd by the board Read the Classified Ads KNIGHTS ARE ! TO HAVE A I BANQUET At a meeting of Salt Lake coun cil No 602 Knights of Columbus. Ia6t night the invitation of Ogden coim-j ci I to attend a Joint exemplification jof the first second and third degrees of the order, to be followed by a banquet, Sunday, March 30. was for mally accepted Arrangements were made for a spe cial iram to Ogden over the Short Line. leaving Salt Lake at 9:. 10 o'clock Sunday morning. The Ogden council has also Invited the members of the Young Ladles' sodality of St. Mary's cathedral to ac company the knights on the trip and Join them at the banquet Special i ntertainment will be provided for the j liulies in the afternoon, when the knights are attending the initiatory j ceremonies. Between 12 and 15 candidates from Salt lake will come to Ogden and join the class. Ogden has i largo class and is Increasing it rapidly. Not less than 60 will be shown the mys teries of knighthood that day The first degree will be conduct- ed by the officers of Ogden council the second degree by the officers of j Salt Lake. Park City and Eureka councils and the third bv the state degree team, under direction of State Deputy S. A. Maginnls of this city. no COUNTY INFIRMARY WELL CONDUCTED On Saturday the writer visited the country infirmary at Roy upon spe- j clal Invitation and while there it oc cuired thai I had seldom seen any-j thing in print about this home. and I wondered if the people who help to keep it in existence know what kind of a place it Is, and the thought j also came up that we so often wait until people die to say the good things, we think about them, so I decided to .nsk the Standard to give me space for a brief write-up of the splendid manner in which this department of Weber county's affairs is carried out It is a great pleasure to note the excellent methods used to handle this institution Mr Heber Swanner. the manager, assisted by his splendid family, is a man well fitted to fill this responsible position, and It does not take an outsider long to see tht ; as well as being a good business manager, he handles his large house hold well, his first rule being kind ness, which gnes good results There are about 20 Inmates In the home, and ali are very old persons, with the exception of one or two Mrs. Swanner manages her department wonderfully well in seeing that these old people are fed with the tnos' nourishing food that a good housewife can provide. She not only tries tQ make them happy and comfortable In this way. but it did not lake the vis itor long to note the real mother's I heart interest when she spoke of the poor friendless Greek boy, 18 years old. the sitme age as her so.), dying of tuberculosis and her efforts to help him unavailing Then Mrs. Dora Tracy, i part of this big household, who looks after them all In the capacity of nurse,! does her part to make this home for the old and helpless people of Weber county a home to be proud of Mrs. Tracy was matron In the state indus trial school for four years and comes among these people with a full ex perience of liuin-.ui nature and able to cope with many problems which would be dilficult for an amateur, but when the days and nights are oc cupied with taking care of the suf fering, her powers of endurance never tail, and she is happiest when doing for ethers. It was a treat to the out sider to see the old faces light up when she came nracryg them with her sunny fa e and cheery disposi tion, and made this outsider feel as If her own life were very emjiu We would not fail to mention Mr Howard Swanner. Miss Ldlth Swan ner and Miss Edith Peterson each do ing all the can to make this insti tution a real home for Weber coun ty's unfortunate dependents. The home is steam heated and has every modern convenience and Is kept in the cleanest and most sani tary manner possible. It is a rule that each one helps the other as the I are able to do. and the spirit of uu I selfishness rules without exception. I , believe ib people of Weber county j would scorn the idea of calling this ! Institution anything but the "county 1 hospital' if lhe could see how great ! a misnomer poor house" is for a I home where prosperity is everywhere j evident Truly the old saying "Over the hills to the poor house" would become obsolete if all the lnlirmar I les were so pleasant and well man aged as the one at Roy (Signi d NELLIE FLETCHER oo ELIZA PROVOST DIES Provo, March 18. Miss Eliza Pro vost, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James I'rovusi of MldW83 'lied today at the I'rovo i;ner:'l hospital from pneu monia. aged L'2 years She is sur vidc by her parents, four sisters and three brothers The body will bu taken to Midway for burial. oo j Read the Classified Ads I L GRIM TOLL OF WAR" H ' ORACLE THEATER 1 I ' ' T.y AND WHITE ROSES" I . I GLOBE THEATER I " -"t-?- slllWBlBJBSJMBjrjsjsjsjsjsjBsj j ! I ""Ail VEDDER'5 DAUGHTER" IS THEATER $ r -- -TAOTTaggcsBi , n, n HSjMBJ isjllim ''M chance to see these excellent features, GEO. H. TRIBE CORRECTS A MISTAKE j George H. Tribe, who has been do- ' Ing busiuess for AT, years under the impression that he was a naturalized American citizen, learned some time ago that his papers were Illegal be cause the wen granted by the pro bate court in lRfiF, Yesterday he was made a full fledg ed citizen of the United States by re ceiving his papers from Judge Har ris of the district court. The application of Guillnume Ste- i gen. a native of Belgium, v.-ho Is now I living on a farm near Hooper, was granted He petitioned the court two months ago and at that time could Bpeak but little English. Since then.! however, he has studied and could an- swer the questions put to him by Judge ilarns The applications of Louis Marttner. an Italian, and John Rlzz, an Austrian, were continued. Hugh I'reeland, a native ot England, was granted citizenship. oo NEW TARIFF WILL INJURE THE WEST i 'The paramount question which i will come before the extra session of congress will of course be the tar in said Congressman Joseph How ell, who attended the funeral of his brothei Reese How ell, which was held yesterdav. "No doubt the two large appropria tion bills yvhich were vetoed by Pres ident Tafl Will also come up and it is my opinion thai they will be passed without being referred to a commit tee. The Democratic members of the house will no doubt Introduce radi cal measures on the revision of the tariff, but I believe they will be mod ified in the senate until we will hae a protective tariff I think the Dem ocrats will be very careful and con servative in considering the free trade I question. They do not support the I responsibility with case, and have doubts and fears as to the outcome j The period of adversity in 189:"; and 1894 are still fresh In their minds and they have no desire to repeat j Jhelr mistakes The west will sutler more than any other part of the country, as the whole of the Pacific slope is more or less interested in the industries which will be affected by the reduction of the tariff "There Is not much encouragement to look forward to especially in this pan of the country, although the Democratic senators of the west will r.ot stand for injur to their state products if they can help it The sen ate will be particularly hard on the yest. not from retaliation, but the west is not considered as the east, not much attention being paid to this section from a polUcal standpoint i think wool and sugar will be among the hardest hit industries, and lead will ab'o be affected ' Congressman Howell left for his home In Logan late yesterday after noon nn MORE MONEY FOR UTAH'S CAPITOL By exercising twelve of the options in it 8 original tontract with James Stewart & Co, the capltol commis aion yesterday afternoon ordered ad ditions enlargements or Improve ments tailing lor an expenditure of $36.5S'i These figures bring the to tal cost of the capitol thus far decid ed upou to $1.12.'. 580. The chief item acted uKn yester day by the commission was the sub stitution of hollow clay tile in floors and partitions for the material orlg Inallv specified in the contract The cost of this Improvement is $11,475. The next largest item passed upon yesterdaj was the adoption of an im proved type of sk lights, know n ;u the "pultyless" skvllght This im provement calls Tor an additional -x pendlture of $8250 The third largest Improvement calls for an additional cost of $r580 It is for the use or cooper Instead of gal vanized iron in exposed sheet metal work The commission discussed the Im portant question of marble, hut arriv ed at no decision The commission ers expect to make a trip 'o the mar ble quarries In lb-aver .ount Friday to give the deposits a thorough In ipi i tion The options taken up b the com mission at yesterda s meeting were as follows: 1 1 pi Ion No 4 Improvement in man tels. $480. Option No. C Substitution m base ment of cinder concrete for wire lath and plaster. $3500. Option No. 8-Additional windows In basement, $250 Option No. 9 Substitution of coo per f,,i crivanized Iron in sheet met al work, $5",S0 Option No. 11 Mahogany picture moulding Instead ol material speci fied in original contract. $1250 Option No ii'- Improved skylights, $8260 Option No in Railing between col umns on dome. SIM'5. Option Xo 16 IIollow tile for tloors aud partitions $ll,4io Option No. 17 -Cost incident to 1 lengthening tunnel lo 250 feet. $2875 Option 'n. 19 Additions and Im provements in balustrades, $-'o-Option No. Ju-Carvlng of wreaths. $100. 1 Option No 21 Additional interior windows $800 Total. $86,580 , . . The commission also authorized the construction of a building on the grounds for the use of the architect and superintendent at a cost of from I $350 to $400. . J , No definite time was fixed for the next meoting. BOISE FIRST CLASS CITY. Boise, March 1- Acting Governor Taylor todav isrucd a proclamation making Boise , city of th- c'a8S, This Is in accordance with an act of the lat legUlauire providing that all cities of 15 i or more shall be cit ies of the first class- The Capital 1 ' m Buy a Rain Coat I A Today 9m 0 A Buy a raincoat today. Wear in all sorts Vv c of bad weather. Wear it as a motor coat j N&kj j when the weather is fine. m l ll We are tferin8 some esPecially 8od I In h P neS ay at lwere(lPrices- J , $2.98 to $15.00. jf They're shower proof - dust proof and f ' good looking. V WRIGHTS' 1 News was designated to transcribe the testimony taken in the Mac-hob' insanity investigation recently held by the senate committee yvhich was ap pointed for the purpose INFANT DIES OF PNEUMONIA. Provo, March 18. John Willard Holman. the 9 months old son of Mr and Mrs Willard Holman of the Third ward, died todav from pneu monia The funeral will be from the home tomorrow at 11 30 o'clock. LEGAL SUMMONS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WE BER Ol NT Y STATE OP UTAH. Lottie M Stephens, plaintiff, vs Ida Williams. Henry Osborne Frank Bil ley, John Miller. John Cook, John Lynehan, Charlotte E. Fritz Joseph G. Gill. South Ogden Land. Building and Improvement Co. (a corporation), Al ice Wiloughby, B Schwartz Maggie Rheinbold, surviving wife and heir at law of Felix Rheinbold deceased; William Spargur. Tames W Hicks and William Row e, defendants Siim- 'IHE STATF. OF UTAH TO THE SAID DEFENDANTS You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this summons upon you. If served within the count In which this action is brought, otherwise within thirtvl days after Service and defend the ' above entitled action and In case of i your failure so to do. judgment will 1 be rendered against ou according to; the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of said action Is to quiet the title to the premises and real estate mentioned in the complaint j in said action and hereinafter dcs rib- , ed and to determine all and every elaim, estate or interest therein of said defendants or either or any of ihem adverse to said plaintiff, that said premises are situated iu said county of W eber and state of Utah ' and bounded and described as follow.-. Lots number 5 and 7 In block 21, lets number 21 22 and 24 In block' 19, lois number 26 In block 17. lots number 12, IS, 14. 15 IK and 22 in 1 block 18, and lot 27 in block 21, all In South Ogden plat "A." Weber roun tj Utah; also lot number ly In block, 7 lot 21 in block S. also lots number i 11 ami 12 In block 1, all in Franklin; Place addition to the said (Mty of Ogden. county ol Weber and state of Utah also lots number I and 2 in block 13 in Lake Yiew addition to said it- of Ogden paid county of Weber and statw of Utah R S PA RNS WORTH, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O. address room 2 Utah Na ion al Rank building. Ogden Utah. NOTICE. MAMMOTH COAL MINING COM pan Principal place of business. Ogden City, Utah. There is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock on account of j assessment No 2, levied on the 1 St h day of January, 1!13; the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as fol lows No of No of i Name Certificate Shares Am'nt Allred. J F. ... 11 160 $lh" f)0 Ashcroft. H. W. 14.150 1!7 197.00 AgTen. A. . . 113 inn 100 00 Adams, SC.. 21 1. 242. and 299 SO 30 00 Brown. H W .. 16 1066 1066.00 Bingham. B, H Jr . ig 373 373. 00 Buck, W 1G2 25 25.00 Butters, D 198 500 500.00 1 Barker, H E . . 3;;9 1000 1000 00 j Broadhead. S D. .320 250 250 00 ; Cole, J 24 64 54.00' C ole. CM 25 5t ,r.4 00 Curtis. G W . . 29 324 .'.I t 00 hild J C . .2i5 250 250 00 Davis, g W. . . 32 532 5 12 00 Davis, T. B 151, 300 50 50 00 I Davis, E. J 35 27 27 on Davis. S 36 27 2" On i Davls: P. Y, 37 27 27 00 Davis, B. M 38 27 27 00 Davis. G 39 27 27 00 i Lverett, J. F. ...117,286 150 150.00 Fowles, S. E. ...201 50 50.00 Gamer. H j 133 ino 100. 00 Galley, D 203 150 15n 00 Gilbert, 0 44 54 54.00 j Hancey, H. E. ... 48 1074 1074.OO; Hogan. J 4'., 274 317 317.00 Hilt. Jacob 51 213 218 00 Hope. W 53 27 27 00 Hoyt, J. b 56 429 429 on Hoyt. E B 67 108 I" 1111 Hartvlgsen. J. L. . 5R 215 215.00 Hull, M. A 109 125 125.00 Hart vigsen, J. H . 151,282 225 225.00 Holman Lumber Co 235 206 206 00 I Ipeen, P zy, 281 ion 100 00 Johnson. C 116.284 275 375.00 Jensen, H C 173 150 150 00 . GAS RANGES j most complete line of C- . Jp'f Ranges m Ogden Our ' rx "Ideal Superior" Ranges ' . -: . SKJ are PERFECTLY SAFE, 1 '1 M I ECONOMICAL AND M EASY TO OPERATE j,MMl; ijjjfa SANITARY and are made ft-" 1 1 ', "rrrsJ to outlast several of tho " 1. jfl ordinary kind tfjjlffiffiffi 'lay" Styles and sizes for ev- i'il'WA ery home, priced lrom sSJJssiiE $12.60 tO $36.00. UgBmrnwrr-, 1 A pleasure to show them. " PEERY-KNISELY HARU.AHE C. 2437 Washington Ave. . Phono No. 2"3. j King, T. 0 64 596 596.00 Knight, A ..... .166 400 400.00 Lamb. S E. 69. 157, and 267 416 416 00 Monson. H .... 74 215 215 00 Morgan, W H. ..130 200 200.00 Newton, S. R. .142 360 350.00 Xeilsou H M. ..194.273 1 12 112.00 Ulseu, Alma ... 80 .175 2.75 00 Olsen, F 82,297 401 401.00 Olsen, L 154 200 200.00 Olsen, L E 156 20n 200 00 Pebrson, E, A I ! 189. 277 74 74.00 Robinson, E . .270 54 00 Rackham. J 129.276 67 67 001 Roundy, W. W, ..158 300 :J00.00 Rowe. B T 245 47o 170 oo Smout, P 87.332 200 2oo On Smout, s sy ios 108.00 Smout. W. ...... 90 160 160.00 Swanson. C. W. .120, 326 300 300 00 Slater. J 122.209 375 375 00 Slater. J A 131 125 125 00 j Smaln, H. C 1 16 150 16 Theurer, F , . . 94 26S 26S 00 Toombs, W, . . . 220 200 1 1 Toombs A M . 221 207 207 00 Toombs. W W 222 200 ' 1 Toombs. A A. -.223 200 200.00 Toombs M E. .224 200 Taylor, J A 97 16i 160.00 Tripp. W R . 98 54 54 00 Trlpn. J. A. 99 27 27.00 Tracey, M. J too. no, 229 and 298 77 I 00 Walker E .... .105,295 103 103.00 Walker, W 225 500 500.00 Walker F 226 500 500.00 Walker. E. E. .127 500 500 0" Ward. M -'.4. 255 258 258 00 Ward X 5 292 70 70.00 Moses. J. F. . .176 150 150.00 And in accordance with law. so many shares of each parcel of such tock us may be necessary w ill be sold at the oiiit. of the Secretary at No. 237 Twenty-iourth street, Osden City, Ctah. on the 25th day of March. 1913, at the hour of 2 o clock p m.. to pay the delinquent assessment thereoti. together with the cost of advertising and expense cf the sale J. H. F. VOLKER, Seer-Mar Office- No. 237 24th St.. Ogden, Utah PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE Consult County Clerk or the Respec tive Signers tor Further I nf ormatiort. ESTATE OF JOSEPH W. BAILEY, DECEASED. The undersigned will sell, at private sale the following described tract or parcel of land situated in Weber County, State of Utah to wit Part of the southwest quarter of seel ion IS In Township Six North .,i Range One Fast of the Salt Lai, Base and Meridian Beginning :it :i poiut yvhich bears south 1286.2 feet aud west 2908.3 feet from tho north Sasl corner of the southeast ';u;irter of the Boutheast Quarter oT said sc. ' Hon is, and more closelj described as bearine north 316 S feel and ivesl reel from the southeast corner of ml I southwest quarter of section 18. I tbence nortb is degrees u.-st L6.5 feet, thence south ;i degrees 29 minute-; weal 613 feet. Uiencc south Ik , rec3 enst l'u feet, thence uorth 57 degrees 20 minutes oast 62 feet, to the place of beginning, contatnin 6-100 of an acre: the same being u as a summer resort Also thi following described per sonal property, to wn Two bonds (Nos 30 and 31 1 for' 81,000.00 each, bparinj; 6lx per cepl interest pr annum of the American Fuel company, a corporation; The! first interest coupon became due No- sssVsWsl ( vcmber 1. 1912: 2000 shares ot the capital stock of the American Fuel company, a cor: poratioD. of the par vaiue of $2 50 per Bhare, evidenced by certificate No. 1 250, 37 1-2 shares of the capital stock j of the Lion ' oal compan a corpora- , tion of the par value of $ Ion On each; j One driving horse, One surrey; One blngle buggy; Two harnesses; 1 On or after the 2m h I.t of March. 1913. and written bids will be received! at the law offices ol Richards & Wil-I lis. Suite 418 in the First Nationafl Bank Building situate at the north- east corner of the intersection of. I Washington avenue and Twentgfl fourth street in said Ogden City, un- til twelve o'c.oek moon) of said day; I terms of sale, cash; ten per cent tfJ accompany the bid and the balance! on confirmation of sale bv the court.! MARY BAILEY, Solo Administratrix. -1 Hated March 15, 191.! 1 ESTATE OF JAMES W SHUPE, DECEASED 'i he undersigned will ell, at prirate sale 'he follow in. . ribed tracts or S parcels ol land 11 iated in North Og-.H den, Weber countv, State of Utah, tofl I Lots Five aud Six In Block Eifhfl I Plat "A," of North Onden Survey, j wiih til.- improvements Same being the homestead of the deceased at the j time of his death. l of Lots Three and Four in Block I KKn in Plat A" of North Oizden R Bur 6 . exoepl a portion of Lot Four. ( bounded as follow s Beginning ' 1n ; the Southwest corner of said Lot Four J"' and running thence east 66 feet to the I N'erili Ogden Irrigating Canal, thence s northweste 1 1 v alons the rami to th west line of said lot Four: thence j ;; south 74 feet to the place of begin- ning Parts of the southeast quarter of section 28, nnd the northeast quarter it of Section 33 in township 7 north of j rause one west of the Salt Lake Men- dian c s Survey; Heplnnlng at point 5.04 chain; east of the north v est corner of slid northeast quartsH of section 3H, and running thence south 1 62 chains; thence east 3 n u nils, theM . north 26 51' rods; thenCM M west 0 1 rods thence south 2 01 1 (hams to place' of hepinnins 's0, begiunin- al a pcunt H ch.iins e33i of the northwest corner 0'' said north- 1 1 quarter o: section 33. and run- nir.p thenc-- south 1 62 cl.alns; thenfll Wesi l 75 r-hain- 1 1 . n . o'lth 'hre k, chains thence west 13 in-ls and 11 M and 12 tee- thence no.-th ;: toils: thenc e hv. nl-. r "I ;"ld 1J an, 1" 1-2 feet thence so itli r and rods to ihe dace of beginning; rj Also the follovslnr described pef- N sonai property, to-wit . H Three and I -2 -bar, s of 1'e 1 l"'al JrJ' stock of the Rice rreek IrrlauJ Compan.. ,1 corporation of tbc Par value of $50 no n share. -v,. .J On or after O- n1' da : Mit1 ' l13 and wi ; 1 1 1 1' ;n 1 . ed at the law office of David J suite 504 In the r h Nat;ou:il noi)lJ Building, situate at ihe n nh sr net of the Intersection ei J,'ir laik ton Avenu 1 i -' ' "r. - rAr 1 - -i Ogden Cil , fi ot m of i nid rl ' 'i " ; sale cash 10 ,,er c.-nt 'e .,- ' 1 1 the hid and ih. l.i r, ' at ion of sale by t'i PTtr1 SOI OMOV r " ' . hvkf:.: ' - Dated M;;r.h ihh .191-"