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"6 " " THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THUKSDAY, 3VLAY J3,912, ' m ' f
I ! COMMENCEMENT
I AT THE ACADEMY
Twelve Hundred Present at the Exercises of the Class of '12
H ' Apostles Talmage and McKay Address the Students 41
Hl Diplomas Presented Graduates From the Choristers'
H Class, the First of Its Kind in the State.
M More than 1,200 students, parents
M id friends gathered in the large aud-
j IDriuni of the Weber academy last
H evening to do honor to the class of '12
H and to enjoy the annual conimenco-
H ment exercises of the school. The hall
H was appropriately decorated for the
M occasion with the school and class
H The program began at 8:30 with a
H selection by the academy orchestra,
H under the direction of Prof. E. W.
Hj 'Nichols, and tho Invocation was of-
H fered bv President Lewis W. Shurt-
H A cordial address of welcome that
H included, on behalf of tho faculty and
Hl school board, an appreciation of tho
H presenco of so many friends and pa-
H irons of the school, was spoken by
H 'Principal W. W. Henderson.
H Tho valedictorian. Irvin Nelson,
H presented his address in an earliest,
H .clear and precise manner, with a
H fprceful delivery and perfect con-
H ,!rol of his subject In its composi-
H , tton, tho address was potent with
Hl .thoughts of progression, heartfelt ap-
H preciation for the pleasant and yalua-
H bio associations of his alma mater and
H ;lt closed with a. splendid appeal to the
Hl 'classmates for individual effort to at-
H aJn a high goal la life. At tho clos"
H of his oration -Mr. iveison receivea
Hl an; ovation of' applause which was well
Hl A charming, and. well balanced in-
Hj dllibri'ofSchitbert's "Serenade" by tho
H academy choir, orchestra and choris-
Hl tjerVclass, under tlio direction of Prof.
Hi Jos. Ballantyne, followed Mr. Nelson's
Hj ' Apostle James R. T-almage, in a
H jbriet' address to the graduates, gave
H jtbrem.8omo splendid advice. The main
H tthough't in his talk was that of a
H healthful, well balanced giowth, wlth-
H ;oat abnormalities, and- the beneficial
H Results of such growth was brought
H (oaf in a manner convincingly plain to
H ta'fl. present. He also told the class
H ;tp"avofd over-confidence, also not to
H ibe discouraged over adverse condi-
H ;tIors, and that, if they should fail in
H ,any effort, to get up and try again,
H for it tv.is better to try and fail than
H not to have tried at all.
H 'Under Proi, Ballantyno'a direction,
H tho choir, orchestra and choristers'
Hj class gave a rendition of the "Sex-
H tette" from Lucia, after which the
diplomas were presented to tho class
by Apostle David 0. McKay.
In addition to tho forty-one- diplo
mas presented the graduates from the
regular school course, certificates were
presented to 18 graduates from the
choristers' class, the first of the kind
in the history of tho state.
A brief outline of the course of
study In this department, which In
cludes history of music, harmony,
composition, sight singing and prac
tical conducting, was glcn by Apostle
Three original compositions by
members of the class wcro sung by a
quartette composed of Miss Bessie
Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Jed Ballantyne
and Walter Stevens.
A brief address by Prof. Horace
Cummings preceded tho rendition of
tho solo, "Calvary," for cornet, by
Master Orrin Nichols, with orchestral
accompaniment, and the exorcises
were brought to a close with a ben
ediction offered by Patriarch G. W.
AMIIIil riPPTIAU ,
I The grand lodge mooting of the
Knights of Pythias of Utah and the
Pythian Sisters of Utah, which con
vened Tuesday in Silt Lake, adjourn
ed yosterday evening after the elec
tion and installation of new' officers
for the year. In both instances Salt
Lake was selected as the meotlng
place for 1913. The olticers elected
by the Knights of Pythias were as
Grand chancellor, Thomas Hobday,
Salt Lake; grand vice chancellor, L.
M Mead, Ogden; grand prelate, Mark
Reedall, Salt Lake; grand keeper of
records and seals, H. C. Wardloigh,
Ogden; grand master of the ex
chequer, F. M. Randolph, Salt Lake:
grand master at arms, S. R. Korap,
Midvale; grand inner guard, William
Gogarty, Sunnyside; grand outer
guard, II. M. Swan, Park City; grand
trustees, John Dean of Gingham City,
Frank Lockmour of Garfield and Jo-
ORACLE ISIS GLOBE
H READ THESE EXCELLENT PROGRAMS
FOR THE LAST HALF WEEK
H THE SHERIFF AND HIS MAN (Essanay)
H THIS GEEAT WESTERN DRAMA IS ONE OF THE FINEST
H ESSANAY EVER GOT OUT.
H , THE JUSTICE OF MANITOU (Pathe)
1 I A THRILLING PATHE INDIAN STORY.
H THE MAN UNDER THE BED (Vitagraph)
H , : VTTAGRAPH COMEDY FULL OF PRACTICAL JOKES.
H I THE VAGABONDS (Seli-)
H i AMONG SENTIMENTAL HEART STORIES PERHAPS
H NONE IS MORE WIDELY KNOWN THAN THAT TOLD IN THE
H POEM, BY JOHN TOWNSEND TROWBRIDGE, OF "THE VAGA
Hl BONDS." A WANDERING VIOLINIST ENTERS A BARROOM
M FOLLOWED BY HIS CANINE COMPANION, ROGER HE
H ENTERTAINS THE COMPANY WITH ROGER'S TRICKS AND
H , RELATES HIS STORY. THE STORY OF THE VAGABOND
M VIOLINIST TELLS OF "A DEAR GIRL'S LOVE," AND OF
H ' 55JLTHE UWINE WENT ROUND" AND OF THE BLASTED
H HOME AND BROKEN HEART THAT FOLLOWED HIS TAKING
H Jl 0 DRINK,
B I ISIS
H HONOR AND THE SWORD (Lubin)
H PIOTUKENG AN EXCITING FENCING MATCH.
m THE GREATER LOVE (VitaoraDh)
H ' LOVE WORKS WONDERS. TRANSFORMS A WILD WEST
H EDESPERAD0 OTTO A MIAN OF SYMPATHYSS' gZl
M A ROYAL WHIM (Pathe)
H I TT.ttm BXaBLtBNT COMEDY OF LIFE 'IN THE ROYAL FAM-
H I THECONVICT'S PAROLE (Edison)
H nAo.?071111 0P 0NE F THE WESTERN STATES
H HAS mAUGUEATED A NEW SYSTEM FOE HANDLING THE
m CONVICTS, MAKING A POWERFUL POLmOALOTOM m?
H CATIONAL VALUE. THIS SYSTEM IS rw !Trr'P'pt!s!WTiT
m , OPERATION NOW IN THE STATE OP OeIgO. SUCCESSPUL
H! FR? E LAWYER'S WINDOW (Pathe)
THP SpfiKrSI LIFE m radian1 woods'
H -", PILGRIMAGE (Kalem)
H thSo? S1 h"3 and o5i op
H onn?l xtS0?4 pKODUCED BY THE KALEM 00
M ROMANCE OF THE ICE FIELDS (Edison
H CTITWAS0?0117 MPI0TWO HO AN "cl
H' TWAmTS1 m I0E 0AKE AND SENT
H rpTPo t rl, S JS kenebeo river.
H bCENES EST THE DELHI rKrlift
I OP ggBMgS SCENIC AND EDUOATIONALIcS
M ,WHEN KINGS WERE THE LAW (BiooranM
H KING0awiSKGDi0P A THErI MIONl
H HER WITH : AMWwrS'-J'0VBD- HB RESENTS
H JOENS I THAT m iSrtSFJF FABUiL0US WORTH AND En!
M SmlwEABY ThIItIm Sn,.SnaK C
H such as laSfSiS8 A ST0RT
H S?,offiICAL PROGRAM BY THE
H ISIS ORCHESTRA-THE BEST IN OGDEN
seph Kennedy of Sandy. Thirteon
cities of tho state wero represented
by delegates at the meetings.
Tho Pythian Sisters convened their
Gesslon Tucsduy afternoon at the K. of
P. hall In tho Linden hotel. Tho elec
tion of officers yostorday resulted as
follows: Grand chief, Mrs. Mary
Know ton, Salt Lake, grand senior,
Mrs. Mary Paxton, Park City: grand
Junior, Mrs. Cecilia Bacon, Eureka;
grand mistress of records and corre
spondence, Mrs Lucy B. Watson, Og
den: grand mistress of finance, Mrs.
Lucille Adams, Bingham; grand pro
lector of the temple, Mrs. May Reese,
Mercur; grand outer guard, Mrs. Bo
nelli, Tooele; trustee, Mrs. Cook, Eu
reka. Delegates wcro present from
eight lodges. The two days' session
closed last night with a social session
at the Moose hall,
George Horn, driver of an Ice wag
on, was given a hearing in police court
today for leaving a team untied on
the street. A suspended sentence ac
companied by a reprimand was hand
ed out by Judge Reoder.
Frank Pagan, who claims to work
for Frank Reedcr at Riverdale, plead
ed guilty to a charge of intoxication.
He received a suspended sentence.
Joseph Parry of North Ogden was
given a scntenco of two days or C2
for being intoxicated on the streets
John Sotoropolis was tried for as
saulting Gust Vondoz on Twentv-
flfth street a fow days ago. In the
testimony it was brought out thut
Vondoz took a bucket from Sotoro
polis, and Sotoropolis slapped him
until his nose bled. Sorotnpolis was
found guilty and sentenced to pay
a One of $7 or serve seven days in
RITA rB ATB1P
A mortgage of $25,000,000 was filed
for record yesterday. The document,
an adjustment mortgage, Is Issued by
the Denver & Rio Grande Rnilroad
company to the Now York Trust com
pany, trustee, and is dated May 1,
1912, and becomes due April 1, 1032.
The recorder's fee for the transaction
amounted to $146 90.
The mortgage is in printed form and
comprises a book of 220 pages, on
whirh nm nrinforf 7.T nftft ii'-v1e A r
preamble of about -100 words gives the
reasons for the execution of the
mortgage. It points out that the Den
ver & Rio Grande is a corporation or
ganized under tho laws of Colorado
and Utah and owning railroads In
these two states and in New Mexico.
The history of all the debts of this
company and tho Western Pacific
Railway company and of the exact fi
nancial standing of them now is giv
en and so also is the rolation in whica
the two roads stand.
Tho real reason for the new mort
gage is that the company wishes to
provide for the making of improve
ments and extensions of its railways
and other properties and for the pur
chase of additional properties neces
sary for completing, finishing, improv
ing, equipping and operating the rail
ways. For this purpose the pream
ble states tho company proposes to
borrow the monoy and the railroad
company has decided to Issuo its 7
per cent cumulathe adjustment mort
gage gold bonds limited to tho prin
cipal amount of $25,000,000 at any one
time outstanding and to secure this bv
the mortgage as in the foregoing
TAKE FT IN TIME.
Just as Scores of Ogden People
Waiting doesn't pay.
If you neglect tho aching back.
Urinary troubles surely follow.
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Ogden citizens endorse them.
Mrs. TIiohms H. Reeder, 832 Twenty
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were correct In overy detail. I used
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Wo keep Doan's Kidney Pills In the
house, procuring our supply from Bad
con's Pharmacy, and thoy have saved
us many a doctor bill. I am glad to
recommend this remedy to all suf
ferers from kidnoy complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, sole agents for tho United
Remember the name Doan's and
tako no other.
Sporting Editor: In regard to my
meeting Mr. Bruzior in Salt Lako oh
tho 27th of this month, there is not
enough In it to pay for meeting him
In a preliminary match, but will meet
him In a finish at any time he chooses,
but he will have to make tho same
weight that I will be compelled to
mako If I meet Yokel, tho middle
weight. If ho will make 15S poundB,
ringside, I will meet him for any por
tion of the gate receipts or winner
take all. I received a letter recently
from a friend who stated that Mr.
Bruzier wns brought out hero espe
cially to beat me and put mo out of
the game. He also states that Mr.
Bruzier weighs 165 pounds and is in
TUB first five hundred machines were asked for so give them an evening of music played or sung bv some of the
soon after arrival that tvc have decided to give away hest known artists in America. ,
a second five hundred. Thore will be tho same ready -)ur assortment of records is almost without limit. '4
demand for these.
mr i,- Aw m o Maclitae Is Free
Machine Is Newest Style ' P1 , 41 . m
" . Please note this : The machine is given to you absolutely
Notice the picture of the machine. It is NOT the old I11ie.e' You do not Pnv onc five-cent piece for it. Every con
style with the big, clumsy horn, but is the latest type "horn- Jjtion necessary to secure a machine is clearly stated in this
losa," ,-hich pla3gs just l loudly the old stylnd yet M no SLi "" " S
plays sweeter and softer, not giving the "brassy, metallic" The figures on the punch card amount to $25. Get this
sound so objectionable in the old style machines. card at the store. "When you make a purchase, the person
If you were to go to a music store todav for a machine who wraps up your package will write the amount of it on the
of this type, you could not secure one under $25 for the H li! thTi-f with your, card to our telephone
naked machine without a single record. We give you the $25 amount of vnnr if U nCl1 fm UlC figUrCS in !t' lllQ
machine without onc cent of cost. H il n P"rtihase. Every time you make a purchase
(at Wrights Clothing Store or Wrights' Big Store) vou will
receive credit for the amount on your card
Plays All Kinds of Records
There is really no limit to the kind of music you can YCM E RCOS Of US
U?Lmth 1nam.0,,y M.aeh.inc- wM play all of the In two months you must have your card punched out- 1
atcst songs and musical selections. It reproduces any kind that is, in two months you are to spend wUh S 5 00-and
of musical instrument wi h an exactness that is astonish- when the card is filled the machine is yours
ing It will play band selections so that you can hear the Now the machine is yours. You will want some records
different instruments as clearly as though you were listening to play on it. We DO NOT give vou the records Remember
to the music from the instruments hemselves. It plays so os, that if you buy a talking machine in a music store yoTwmild
duets, quartettes, and talking or laughing records so that still have to buy records to plav on it. We give vou thlnri
Z? iaR- eVeiT TCe 1Sr reany dlSfernible;. lt pr" C,line FREE and & the same ?rice you would
nounces the talking records as distinctly as human lips. pay the music store) for the records. Altogether we want 1
It will play dance music for you waltzes, two-steps, you to buy thirty records. Not all at once. When you get the
quadrilles, a good deal more inspiringly than the average or- machine you may buy one record or more anv number you
chestra. It will play them loud enough to be used in a dance "kb. We ask you to buy only thirty records altogether and '
hall. The time can be regulated as you wish, making the take two months in which to buy them. We "ive you a list
music very fast or very slow. and you pick the selections you want. &
These records have a tune on each side. They cost you
Music in the Home " ll
. Th,s maehino na.vors ,!,. ,f. io of "How to e music ZfZ t S,Sta ffiiSg t?Z Sef U" PUkl
in the home." You will find that a machine of this kind will vnn, fii nv At f r,. I l ulI'lcIun.-
be a Might to Ih. .hole faunly-it will keep children at , 0
home. It furnishes an ideal form of entertainment for your If von w-int miP rlnn'e wn. J ! are Availing toi them. M
guests. When guests come to your home you will be able to started' g at " Stre and gCt I
W. H. Wright & Sons Co. Ken' I
perfect condition and that ho can
throw Miller without any difficulty
and possibly Yokel Now, why should
I wrestle him at 160 pounds, when
tho middlewoight limit Is 15S pounds,
and have to beat a better man than
Miller to got a chance at Yokel. But
even should I throw him I suppose
Heagren would insist that I beat
Gotch before meeting Yokel. Hea
gren stated In one of the Salt Lake
papers that I havo been writing Jr..
suiting letters to him. Now, which
does tho public want, the truth or
otherwise? Dogb tho public care more
for the feelings of Harry Heagren
than the truth? We have h.eard that
truth hurts; It certainly seems to in
this case. I wonder if Harry Hea
gren wants me to keep sllll and al
low him to toll a lot of false stories
about mo In order to give Mike Yokel
some advertising? A fow weeks ago
he had it in one of the papers that I
was working out with Yokel along
with Ferguson and that Yokel took
us both on for thirty minutes each and
had no difficulty In throwing us as
often as he wished I suppose that was
right because Heagren said so, and
when I tell tho truth about lt I am
writing insulting letters. I havo
earned tho right to meet Yokel. Why
does he not meet me' Is ho afraid?
(Signed.) JACK HARBERTSON.
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Roy, N. Y.
Violet C Wilson has commenced
divorce proceedings against AI Wilson
on the grounds of failure to provide.
The petition avers that the parties
wore married in Ogden June 8, 1911,
and they have one child.
Mrs. Wilson says her husband has
failed to provide tho necessities of
life for herself and child for some
time past and that she has had to
work for a living and depend on the
good graces of her friends for exis
tence. She asks for divorce, costs of
suit, attorney foes and tho custody of
the minor child. Mrs, Wilson also dc
fiireB tho restoration of her maiden
name, Violet C. Southan.
A final decree of divorce has been
Issued to La Verne Burnett from Geo.
Burnett The interlocutory decree
was IsBued October 28, 1911.
Sot Flro to Cane Fleld3.
Santlgao, Mav 23. A body of 700
negroes, under 'General Estenozo, set
flro today to the cane fields on tho
Esperanza, Santa Rosa and Vervantoa
plantations, owned by Spaniards.
Tho rural guards remained inactive
as thoy were unable to control the sit
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SUIT IS OVER
Yesterday afternoon, in Judge How
ell's division of the district court tho
condemnation suit of Ogden City
against Jennie Shaw was taken up for
trial and tho hearing was resumed
The city commissioners have passed
a resolution providing for the opening
of East Sixteenth street, but they
could not agree with the defendant
regarding the valuation of her prop
erty, which will be used for the street.
The jurors empaneled to hear tho
Thomas Evans, A. J. Proudfit, John
o. uyo, jonn .miner, J?, u Wright, J.
C, Baker, Josoph W. Lund and Andrew
The defendant owns a frontage of
G7 3 feet with a depth of 333 feet that
will be utilized in the opening of Six
teenth street. This morning Judge
for the season by the Bert Levy cir
ficial court appraisers, testified that
he considered the valuation of tho
property and damage that will be done
by opening the street, to be about $5,-000.
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Hokara is recognized by the med
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as the ideal treatment for eczema,
ulcers, pimples, blackheads, acne
salt rheum, etc., and is sold on guar
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agents for Hokarft.
If you have any form of skin, dis
ease or irritation, do not neglect pur
chasing a jar of Hokara today.
In spite of Its unusual curative pow
er, the price is trifling. To convince
you of its merits A. R. Mclntyre will
sell a liberal Jar for 25c. Larger sizes
50c and $1. A. R. Mclntyro, drugs.
The juvenile court trial work of this
city has been transferred from tho
court house to tho municipal court
room in the city hall. Judge Volnev
C. Gunnell hold the first hearing in
his now quarters at 10 a. m. today
examining Dewey Ncrden, Delbert
Young and Claude Adams, the three
boys who are accused of having taken
Ed Stone's horse and buggy from'
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Glenwood park, last Friday. The case
was continued until next Wednesday.
Information has been filed by Pro
bation Officer H. C. Jacobs against
Vero Ekins and John Driscoll, two
boys who are under 18 years of age,
charging them with stealing a horse,
valued at ?60, from Blvada Ekins.
It is alleged that tho boys took the
horso and sold lt to a horse trader.
The Driscoll boy will probably also
be held on a charge of having broken
a bell on an Ogden Rapid Transit
company car, and ' stolen a bicycle.
Both of the last alleged offenses are
said to have been committed last
year, but have been hanging over tho
boy's head sinco that time.
FOR A PEACE
As president of the Utah Educa
tional association, superintendent of
Ogden schools, John M. Mills, has ap
pointed a committee to tako up the
question of organizing a Utah binnch
of tho American School Peace h.ague,
the committee to meet in the mar fu
ture. The members of the coniit
teo appointed by Mr. Mills are:
State Superintendent of Sschools A.
C. Nelson, chairman; S. H, Goodwin,
Provo; Henry Peterson, Brigham; D.
H. Robinson, Manti; Fred W. Rev
nolds, Mathouihah Thomas and Jo
sonh F. Merrill. Salt Luifcp
At a meeting of educators at St.
Louis last year, which Superintendent
Mills and State Superintendent Nel
son attended, It was authorized by tho
American School Peace leaguo that
Mr. Mills should select a committee
to form a branch league In Utah and
it was in compliance with this au
thorization that Mr. Mills named the
Mrs. Fannie F. Andrews of Boston
secretary of the American School
Peace league, communicated with Su
perintendent Mills urging him to havo
the committee appointed and she en
closed a check of .$100 to aid In de
fraying the expenses.
Tho Utah leaguo will be an auxil
iary to tho Utah Education associa
tion, its purpose being to aid in the
great peace movement of the world
What do you think was the harden
thing Gideon did? Judges, 6. Jf t.
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