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H -- .v----- THE EVENING STANDA31D, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1012.' jK
H COMMUNITY
t MAUSOLEUM
H To Be Built In the Ogden City
HjH Cemetery By Pr omineirf gdee
MB Citizens, Will Bring Ogden Up
IffH ; to the Advanced Cities In the
BH i Nation.
MHH A number of our progressive citizens have acquired the rights In Utah
H And Idaho to erect maioleums for the overheud burial of the dead. There
H nrc at the present time about one hundred and thirty buildings devoted to
H this purpose in the United States, nil constructed under the patent rights
HB of 'the International Mausoleum Company of Chicago, which patent covets
Hj the gencial type of construction and a particular effective system of
Hl sanitallon There are perhaps as many more under construction at the
H present time.
HH People's views vary on this question or burial, to some any discussion
HH of the subjeet is distasteful and they avoid ail and any consideration of it
iH until they are brought face to face with the absolute demand for Inimedi-
H ate action; then the chances are that they act without any thought of the
H cost Involved. Others consider the preparation for such things as Impor-
H tant and they realizo that the time to attend to them Is when they havo
H time and opportunity to do the best thing. Others are supcrstitlously afraid
H that preparation for death may, in some way bring it about (this class is
H very, rare and gottlng more so); still others, especially those who have
H lost" dear ones, do all in their power that may seem a loving and respectful J
H Eervice to the memory of the departed ones This subject has had so lit-
H tie attention that to' many the words mausoleum and crypt don't mean any- ;
Hi thing. For those we will briefly explain. ,
Hl . .,' """sojeum Is a building such as Is shown in the above iiiircmtinn
H " reinforced concrete, marble, stone and bronze The inside waHs
H The "Slm'K m:,$ ?UlsW0 r sU the doors oFbrSnl
1 .customs of Uic uncivilized nations and tribes- IS "nrf ft, ' -J to, he
H loved ones from the unsatisf-ctorv Vrn , sfer tu? remains of theii
i ;S;'in sum whlcoTo? iSofund 2 ? S "ffi ii " We
H ""to provide an Income sufficient to co.er the enensV r ml Is am"')le
BUT FEW PASS
;' TIE TEST FOR
-- IBEjJAVY
H The oualiflcalfon" required bv the
H united States government to 'become
iHI ffcn en,,,sleu nian m the navy are such
ffH tnat troso who have passed the exam-
H inations and are now In the emplov
B or Uncle Sam must be a superior lot ,
iH; " ''"G t0 Instructions sent to
H Electrician C. L, Woo.-l In charge o.'
pfH tha Jocal naval rcrulting station. ?
ppH canaldats is no. accepted if he is bal.J
m heaced or has corns or bunions.
H According to Wood, who has had
pfH much experience aa a recruiting offi-
H cer, only one out of ten applicants is!
pH a I3i e to meet the physical require- I
'The' local branch office h-a been I
H opch two rlays and during that time
H tno recrulUng officer has had six ap-
H Pllcants, hut they r.-ere not eligible
pH ( because of physical defects. This of-
ppKj jice js undPi the supervision of Lleu-
1 tPnaat S W. Cake of Salt T.akc and
pp-v- applicants are sent to his office aft"-
pH passing r. preliminary examination fn
H tne Ogden ofdee. If the applicants are
H accepted, they are sent either to lh-
pH : Mare Island navy yard or are assigned
H to service on a training ship in Puget
iiH no
iH NW York' Nov I9 Copper Firm;
m sUindard spot to January, 17.2O0)J7 5O
H February. 17.10(f2l7.S0; electrolytic.
H iJ.7-6.2 1-2Q117.S7 1-2; casting
H -17.2n17.37 1-2. '
1 Tin Easy; spot, November and De-
ccmbe-. -19 02 1-250.00; Januan
49.C2 1-2T).J9.S7 1-2T "-! J
Lead Fasy, kC5 bid.
Spelter Casy, 7.40(g)7.60.
Antimony -Stead ; Cookson's 10.50.
iron Steady and unchanged.
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CITIZENSHIP
IS DENIED
TO TWO
In Judge Howell's division of the
d strict court this morning, the ap
plications of Peter Xex Boodrokkas.
of Greece. , Alfonso Frank Roberto of
Italy, James McCuIlough of Ireland,
lilarinus Van De Graar, Jr.. of JlollanJ,
I l-ranz Gottlieb Albert Behling of Ger
many anu Joseph Slvman Younes for
i citizenship papers were taken under I
consideration and witnesses examined
touching their qualifications.
Boodrookas' application was denied '
ovfng to ignorance of Amerlcau insti
tutions; Roberto was admitted to citi
zenship, McCulIough was (old to wait
awhile and, in thc meantime, stndv
I the constitution of this conntrv; Vnn
De Graaf was considered worthy the
title of citizen ot the United States.
The" hearing of Behling was continued.
Younes' petition was granted.
Forenter oGcs to Zion- District For
ester B A. Sherman has gone to Salt
Lake today to confer with Supervisor
E. II. Clarke regarding forest affairs.
Mr. Sherman will also meet with the
city commissioners respecting meas
ures that are to be taken to protect
tlie Wasatch watershed In the vidnitv
of the state capital.
WILL BUILD
TO SALT LAKE
Railroad Company Offer
If Denver Will Pay
Two-thirds of Tunnel
Denver, Colo., Nov. 19 "Lf the city
of Denver will pay two-thirds of the
cost of driving a six-mile tunnel
thiough the continental divide, the
men behind the Denver, Northwest
ern &. Pacific railroad will meet the
remainder of tho obligation and ex
tend the road to Salt Iake City, giv
ing a 1CS mile shorter route."
This was the proposition submitted
by Newman TCrb, representing con
trolling interests of the railroad. last
night, to -100 business men of Denver,
Including reprcscntathes of tho city
government.
latest estimates place thc cost at
about $3,000,000. It is probable that
the proposition will be submitted to
the Dencr otors at a special election
Air Erb stated that the railroad
company would agree to pay thc In
terest on the bonds, giving thc city
title to the tunnel and its approaches
Another condition was that the rail
road company's one-third share of the
cost should be considered payment on
an option to purchase the tunnol and
approaches any timo after five jears,
for the cost to thc city, as evidenced
by the bonds outstanding
00-
DR. HIBBS HAS
QUIT AT THE
SPRINGS
Dr A V Hibbs and wife have taken
a cottage at 2223 Adams which will
be theii home during the winter
The doctoi will lesume his practice
as an osteopath, having given up the
lease of the Utah Hot Springs which
he has held two and one-half years
Dr Hlbbs will be temporarily in
charge of the Springs until a manager
is selected by the Utah Hot Springs
company
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all our friends
and neighbors for theii kindness dur
ing the illness and death of our dear
mother and sister, re also thank the
singers and speakers for their words
of comfort at the funeral, and all kind
friends sending the beautiful floral
offerings. (Signed)
THE CROSS FAMILY AND GEO F.
CAVE. (Advertisement)
co
LETTER LIST
List of letters remaining in the
postofficc at Ogden. Utah, November
19, 1912, which is not called for in
tvo weeks will he1 sent Ao the dead
letter office:
Ladies' List.
Miss Elizabeth Bernot, Mrs. Ed G
Burdick, Miss Helen Brown, Miss M.
Barker, Silvia Dale, Mrs. C P. Fitz
gerald, Mrs. C H Francis, Mrs Su
sie Fancher (2), Irene Gray, Mary
Green, Mrs. P. H. Harton. Miss Mary
Ann Hickman, Margaret Hall, Mrs.
Nettie Hubbard. Mrs. Jog ' T John
son, Miss Wancda KasteHan, Mrs.
Gertrude Lamdin, Mis. Ann R. Mc
Mahill. Mis. Eva Mathews, Miss Jen
nie McDougall, Mrs Marion Math
ews, Raby E Reese, Mrs. Betty Rob
erts, Miss VJoIet Southern, Mis Nan
nie Walker, Miss Nell M. Wall. Mrs.
Rubt. R. Wilson, Mlsb Emma Wag
ner. Ger.tlemen'3 List.
Jno. R. Adams, C. A. Berg, Dr. Cbas.
Biooks, Onaroto Bim, Ray Brand
ing, Fred Baker, Or'ow Brown, O. H.
Bocgel, Nelson Burton, Mr and Mrs
Hans Christian, M. Cohn, Crescent
Laundry, Jnc. Dale, Joe Dallamaria.
A. P. Davis, Henry C. Davis, P. C
Dawson, Prudencio Emos, Emery
Favrcau, A. Yv. Grant, H. D Haere. I
Andrew Hunter, O. C Horton, W. G.
Howe, G. R. Johnson, R F. Jones,
II. Jones, F. J Kerdley, J Lesley, oe
Lavorlnl Andrew L. Lamoreaux,
Frank T. Love, Wm Lowe, E. B.
McSpratton, A. J. Murray, Barton
Murphy, Carl Magneson, Dee March,
lerunio Jlei, Gus Mackey, Keneth
Ment.cn, Walter B. Meyers, Y, Matl
rinoto, J. W Parker, Lon Pirlcn, D.
E PInkham, Julius Reed, J. Rumwell,
S. J. Ryan, Edward Rose, Fred M.
Russel. W. E. Skinner, Harry Scoutz,
Haskell V Shurtleff, C. L Seymeyu,
Harry Smurthwaite, Karl F Schultz,
Louis B. Santos, N. Sorenson, Jno. R.
Tait, Geo. Temelman. Jas W. Thorn
ton, R. J. Taylor, Wm. B. Taylor. W.
Troll, E. J. Ulrich, Geo W. Watts,
H. B. Wobber, Jack Whitle, C M.
AVestcrlund, W. R. Warx, Zoo Zach
etta, P. O. Box IS1 (I).
Pap'ers and Packages.
C. Busfema, Tom Drost," J. Lepper.
L. W. SHURTLIFF.
Postmaster,
00
Read the Clansified Ads,
ilCKIIlEJiy CO
TO HEAD Hill
BILL THIS WEEK
Wlllard Mack and Marjorle Ram
beau wJII head tho bill this week v. Ith
two playletr. written by Mr. Mack and
eald to bo tto be3t one-act playlets
in vaudeville today on Thursday
night a one-act ntory of the under
world, "Kick In," and" on Friday night
a one-act story called "Pla Cards,'
both by Mr. Mack Tho M nek-Ram -beau
company havo bcon boolccd for
all of the Orpheum time, opening at
Ogden. with Salt Iike to follow, giv
ing Ogden peoplo a chance to see both
acta. On Saturday matineo Mr, Mack
will play "Kick In" and Saturda
night "Pl.iy Cards" mil bo given Both
Mr. Mack and Marjorle Ramheau are
known to be gieat actors and this
will be a treat not often seen in vau
deville Six other big acts will com
plete the bill this week. Order youi
seats early and come and enjoy a
good show at the Orpheum this week
(Advertisement)
BEET HARVEST;
PROGRESSING
FAVORABLY ''
Tho dry, warm weather ot the past
few days ha3 aided the sugar beet
growers in the digging and hauling of
beets and It is said by the farmers
that a few days more of such weather j
will make It possible for them to get
most of the crop out of tho ground '
Tho roads are becoming jolid and I
not much trouble Is encountered in I
hauling the beets to the factory and I
loading places along the railroad I
THIRTY MEN ONj
TBE ECCLES i
BUILDING 1
1
1
The large cement mixer at the E.
clcs building is mnning full blast to '
day and about JO men and a number
of teams are busy building the north J
wall ol the basement of the proposed j
steel structure. I
Much water is being encountered m I
the basement, due to seepage from the
side walla and the heavy rain 3 of re- '
cent date Hauling fiom the pit is I
made difficult because of the doop,
mud.
It is anticipated that before the
week is over the remodeling of the
around floor of the Broom hotel build
'ng at the corner of Twentj -fifth
street and Washington avenue will be
completed and that in the early part
of December the threw store rooms
will be occupied
MUSIC AT TEE!
FUNERAL UN
MONDAY
The musical piogram for Mrs Jane
S Richards' funeral, tomorrow after
noon, will be under tne direction of
Professor Joseph Ballantyne and js as
follows
J Double Quartette- Mvrtle Higlcy,
: I Ulian Scotl. Jed Ballantyne Geo
Douglas, Walter Stevens, Hclmer An
derson, Marv Jacobs. Rhea Stevens
will sing. "The Lord My Pasture
Shall Prepare," and "When First tho
Glorious Light of Truth", "O, My
Father," Maud Dee Porter, "Face to
Face," Lillian Scott, "My Father
Knows," Mjrtle Higicv and Geo.
Douglas. "Guiding Storv," by F.
Dewey Richards, Howard Ensign of
Salt J.ake
MUNICIPAL COURT
Three suits were filed today In the
civil division 01 the municipal court "
as follows-
Herbert D. Shivers, inc., vs. LeRoy
Armstrong; suit, .738 25.
Mrs. Lula Harriso.i vs Charles R.
Farrell; suit, $2S.
R. C. Christenson vs Dr. S. C.
Doran; suit, $18.
00
New York Money.
New York, Nov. 19. Close Prime m
mercantile paper 6 per cent.
Sterling exchange heavy with actu- A
al business in bankers' bills at 54.SO.SO
for CO-day bills and at ?4.S5 for de- "
mand.
Commercial bills. $4.80 1-2.
Bar silver, 62 o-Sc
Mexican dollars, -18 'J-lc.
FOUR GUNMEN FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER IN FIRST DEGREE
I The Season's Greatest Event In I f
I Women's, Misses9 and Girl's Outer 1
I Apparel Begins TinoffTCDw0 The I
1 Most Sensational Recto: f .on In I f
I v Prices We Ever Made j
J TAILORED SUITS
1 Choice of over 250 of Last & Thomas' regular, carefully chosen g jfjj
I suits, marked at three prices, each representing a very remarkable m m
m vaIue- H t'
JB This is another of Last & Thomas' dependable sales, wherein su- ij Ijjjj
jfl perior garments are of fered much under real value. Remember our j jilt
M suits are made by reliable Tailoring Houses, under right sanitary M
H conditions, of good serviceable materials, and are tailored to retain m
f their original shape. m
m The styles are the latest keynote of fashion. It will be one of ft
H the most important Suit Sales of the season, and we can promise a 1 pS
I BONAFIDE SAVING of 5.00 to $10.00 ON EVERY SUIT IN H
1 THIS BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION. .
I COATS YOU WILL NOT SEE THANKSGIVING LINENS 25 1 I
I EVERYWHERE 25 PER ' PER CENT OFF 1 j
I ' CENT OFF ,,,. f tl . . , Si . Jl
Je " Jno response to tins xtrem concession has &a Myj
H Wmniin's Coat of didtmctivu Fabrics, and bce,i Jib"l throughout the entire week m
p individual styles, both three quarter and that we have decided to renew it. This 1-4 Wl fF
m iull lengths. ' M j
off reduction is taken from our regular con- Kj k:
Included are fcibplines. KcrsBys, Broad- . ,,. . , . M (?
i..H,o r,.inr.,r i u l -i sorvative selling prices and is offered as an &h
cloths, diagonals and Boueles in a wide va- r 1?
riety of styles. annual pre-Thanksgiving event ml U
,,111.. , t ' I ; jSg
CNDTJRAXCE AsTD VALOR OF BXJLCtAEIAS SHOWN EST THEIR PURSUIT 1
DF TURK; HUNGRY AND TIRED, PRESS ON WITHOUT FOOD OR REST
J; . During tho brief period of the Balkan war the Bulgurlan soldiers hav(j pi
BulQirlan cavalry advancing on CootKntInop(a. j MSOj
- i , - - - ibpIq.
CANDIDATES
FOR BOARD
EDUCATION
Although it was thought that all
members of the board of education,
with the exception of M. S. Browning,
would bo candidates for re-election In
the school board election, Dr. C. 13.
Coulter has not yet decided to rim
again. In an interview today he said
that his friends had urged him to
come out but he was still undecided
and would not reach a decision for a
tlay or so. All other members may be
candidates for re-election.
Charles Zelmer Is reported to be a
candidate from the Fifth ward and
Wade Johnson is being urged to enter
the contest from the Fourth ward. R
B. Porter was called up over tho tel
ephone and he said that several
friends had been after him, but ho lint;
not yet decided to be a candidate to
represent the Third vard.
O. J. Stilwell is being urged to run
In his ward.
. The friends of, V. J. Levedahl. a
contractor and builder, are urging him
to accept the nomination for tho city
board of education iu the Third ward.
Quite a vigorous canvass is being
made in his behalf.
For the coming election on Decem
ber 1 the schools will be used for the
polling places, as follows:
First ward, Pingree school, Second
ward, Grant school; Third ward,
Mound Fort school; Fonrth ward,
Madison school; Fifth ward, Lewis
school
The Australian ballot will be used
for the bchool election. The clerk of
the board of education iB preparing a
list of the olectlon judges and tlu
names will be ghen out Bhortly.
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'SCOOP' IS AN
OGDEN BOY
OF ABILITY
I
Many having been asking, who Is
the cartoonist responsible for thc
funny pictures running in thc Stand
ard under tho hoading, "Scoop."
Scoop is the creation of nn Ogden
boy, Frank W. Hopkins, who was
born hero In 1884. He has been a
""" , . n. i.. , .i , yi
resident of Denver for a number of IUfl(
years and Frank Q. Cannon, who Is B
on a visit from the Colorado metropo- 'tE
lis, says he Is well acquainted with fir
the cartoonist who sened ou tho i(Pfr
Denver News during the tlmo "uls jZfjlir
father was editor of that pnjor Ja'
Hopkins'lins become a caitoonlst of MtOUl
nation-wide reputation. M"-r
1 r ''.
OO ( B lt
LARGE FORCE IS ,S
AT WORK ON fe
PIPE LINE P
A largo force of men is at work nLn""
today on the pipe lino of tho Utah . uiifcn
Light & Railway company, between llji.
tho mouth of Ogden can on am' fu tfe?tn
power dam. Jfi, li
There is also a gcod working force q iStk ,
at the reservoir, removing mud. lB'',ct
It is said that the pipe line will be ' V-
finished and tho reservoir cloaned 4HI-
within the next six weeks, at which TfKf''Ai
timo thewater will boMtumcd back i
into the pipe and thepowor nl.:ar Jf'j
placed In operation. JKCS
Tlead the Classified Ads !M
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