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v OGDEN, UTAH- - MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1921. "Christmas Is Pretty Lonesome Vithout Toys," Writes Child; Wants Santa to Bring Daddy a Job Eiverdale Viaduct to Eliminate Dangers, Project "WiU Cost $200,000 Thing if i Test holes are now nearly complete for the abutments of the viaduct over the Union Pacific tracks and the Wefor ber river at Rlverdale and plans "Dear Santa Claus; Before I went to Papa is a cripple and can't get enough the now virare construction viaduct bed the other night I prayed that the to do to buy anything nice for Christ tually complete, except for a few minor and mama is not very well Just suffestiona from Union Pacific system Good Lord would send some way for mag now. us to get some food and some warm bridge officials. The structure will cost you kindly, "Thanking so could I $200,000. my brother and approximately abutments clothing may be com- The viaduct go to school and have a Happy Christ-o- f in good old Santa Dieted belief Constant construc actual but winter this answering my prayer by sending Claus is shown in this letter addressed not begin until sprtnr, accord will tion mas. I think this is the way He had to the North Pole: to members of the Weber county the Good Fellows to our relief, I have Claus: My mother told ing "Dear of commissioners. board two little sisters and three little broth- me that Santa she don't think that Santa GAP IN PAVING ers. My mamma is not able .to earn Claus would come to us this year for is at present a gap of 1900 There us some food and' clothing. I am 11 we aint mother hast feet in the paving on the state high vears and have a little sister 4 years to work got no daddy and I thot that way between Salt Lake and Ogden, at But every day. are! 2 one and years and my brothers see if you I to write and would you of the 9 and 7. May the Lord bless all you would rember us. I have got two Rlverdale. With the exception over the overuncompleted pavement Good Fellows. ten. one one. of brothers, eight and head crossing of the Bamberger Elec"From a little friend. My little" brother wants a- sled and tric tracks at Farmington, this is the other wants a foot ball. I am only unpaved portion in the entire 37 Investigations that were made Sat- the twelve and I would like some pance. miles between Ogden and Salt Lake. Good Fellows disclosed urday night by name is and I live The gap was left at the time of the My a A1A9 V kltlAb UilU . When you call please was stricken that 111 after five o'clock. Then my moth construction of the pavement between rZcTtVJ1, ?2.VwAi; ot me ... . , floek oil her Ogden and cieanieia Decause weary Will, across the "uiuo uum num. xT willa fact tn the state that bridge K.J LO lmi,.. wham AiiU il Llly tna vou a Merrv- Christmas and !'!liw!sh Weber was fast outliving its usefulness . turn to gei iooa. mei una "' ciaming. v. " Vo- - 7"" w,,;,," Qri at that point, and also for the more Help was taken to that family. Sunday But with other letters these,- Important reason that it was desired there came to the Good Fellows the there come have other letters bringto eliminate the dangerous grade cros 8 on December letter written by the.. from various state people and railroad. of . sing older, of these children, snowing how lng contributions wi.JTiJ,. There are two highway main line tracks and one spur, three tracks in all, to be crossed at this point, and it is necessustenance family this "Good Fellows: accept a driver traveling Bouth to Kindly for sary It was one of a dozen such appeals from my wife and myself as- look around almost directly behind which will be considered tonight at donation admlrcontribution toward see a your to ouT train approaching from the general meeting of the Christmas former obstructions to Cheer committee for the Good Fel able funddollar that is contributed goes north. Some Every the view were removed, but the croslows.-,'Another follows: into the Good Fellows work to help sing has always been considered dangerous, and only the financial condichli?"".0,f Ade".,.n. ! P0,0' girl 61 years old and I have 2 8little tis- - mas day. Similarly contributions or tions incident to the world war and ters, is 2 years and other is months clothing, food, toys, dolls, games any the reconstruction period caused the old. My Papa hasen't had any work a construction of, a "split grade" crosthat bring happiness to thing for over a month. He would be very home are will Fel Good the to be delayed until the present. much pleased if you could locate him a lows and sought by to The Stand sing AWAILD CONTRACT SOON upon delivery i and nay little sister job or work, It is expected that'the contract will sponsoring would like some toys for Christmas aa this move, will bewhich is handled next year, and that the by be papa will not be able to buy them and the committees in properly work will be completed during the charge. Christmas is pretty lonesome without Sign the coupon below, filling in the summer. toys." as you desire, . mall to The blank The cost is being split three waya. Another wrote to Santa Claus: Standard-Examine- r. The railroad is paying one-hathe "Dear Santa Claus: I hope you do oo cost of the for entire except viaduct, me not forget and my little sister this the span across the Weber river, where year as my mamma has been sick an HUNTER GETS SHOT a bridge in any event is a necessity my dady has been out of work for The railroad pays $2000 toward the a long time and we have not any FOOT IN RIGHT HIS cost of raising this bridge to the via- 8 to am I old' give you. years money duct level. The government and the 4 and my sister is years old, so please state, which in this case is really the do not forget us," in foot shot the state road fund of Weber Accidentally right Clothing is needed by a little girl ducks yesterday after share the remainder, probably county, on the hunting who wrote the following letter to the while 30 years of age noon H. W. " ex basis. Maintenance Harrison, , Good Fellows:. of sales and the retail be man will manager departin like penses apportioned "My Dear Friends: My mother is a Bros., company was ner. widow and is sick some 'of the time. ment of Browning as Dee There will be a new alignment of the resting easily at the My father died October the 23, 1920. I reported 1900-foA partial load from a state road through the gap would like to get some shoes and hospital today. his in As a result the shotgun penetrated right pavement. present stockings. There are two girls in. the foot. He resides at the Virginia hotel the new bridge over the railroad tracks family. If you send some shoes I want and his condition is not serious. be will of south the present grade 2 size and a half and my stockings oo -- are 8 crossing, ana tne new bridge across and a half. .My sister wears 4 the Weber river will be north of the and a half and her stockings are 9 and DIAGNOSTICIAN TO present bridge. a half? If you wish you can send rne MOVE BCET.DUMP a doll. I am 11 years old. My sister ADDRESS DOCTORS rne TO raiiroaa nas aecidea to move is 12. Would be so glad if you would the beet dump of the Amalgamated .send both of us some shoes and stockcompany in that vicinity from ings. I would like to. have them so Dr. J. N. Hall of Denver, Colo., Sugar Provision for I. could go to school. Mamma has to diagnostician, will read a paper be- its present location. wash and do other work to get the fore the Weber county medical so the farmers to reach this beet dump one of the puzzles of the new con money." tomorrow night at the Weber was ciety, ' structlon work, and It was solved by is Another, family where the father club on the "subject of "The Diagnosis the decision to place the dump on a cripple and the mother is ill is dis- of Appendicitis." closed in the foljowing: "Please bring "At the Commercial club at Salt Lake continuation of the present spur lead some toys and somecandy and some- tonight he will read a paper before the ing to the Utah Packing corporation's else good to eat for Christmas. Salt Lake county medical society on plant. This will involve the purchase thingname by the county of a right of way from . I am 6 years old the is My subject of "The Need of More the location to the present road , is 8 years old Thorough and my brother, Examination in The new Physical railroad thus will be enabled to , is 13 years old. Diagnosis.", and brother, close the present grade crossing en tirely, but a new crossing will have to be provided to reach three families re GOOD FELLOWS' COUPON. siding between the tracks and the Weber river, and also a gravel pit in The undersigned will be glad to provide Christmas happiness that vicinity. . . . . . . . .children as a member of the Good Fellows of TO HAVE TWO I1RIDGK& new viaduct will be entirely o The Ogden. reinforced concrete, except for the two Enclosed find $ for Good Fellow's Fund. bridges, which will be of "through truss" design and of steel construc tion. The viaduct proper will be sup Name. concrete trestles ported onIn rorty-sl- x varying length until the highest point of the structure, at the crossing ' over tne raiiroaa tracks. Is reached Address. . . . truss bridges will be supThe If you desire to care for a family, fill in blank of first ported,steel on concrete abutments resting pillne. Tests have been made oi paragraph in coupon. If you are sending a contribution fill in on the ground in that vicinity, and it is the amount.; found necessary to use piling only un Mail this coupon to Gcod Fellows, care Ogden Standard-Examine- r der the abutments which support the heavy bridge. The roadway over the viaduct wil be twenty feet wide in the clear,and the plans also provide for a five-fosidewalk. Each of the bridges has a span o 132 feet. There is a clearance of i trifle over twenty-si- x feet between the top of the rails and the bottom of the superstructure, this being standard clearance requirea oy interstate com merce regulations. DIFFICUIVriF-- S OVERCOME From an engineering standpoint, the designing of the viaduct has Uten fraught with difficulties. Not only did several problems created by the present industrial development of the vicinity have to be solved, but the fact that the viaduct itself has three cur ves, each of different radius, and that the trestles are of varying height made necessary a different set of plans for almost every part of the structure. -- . NTF "1;TH M A A V A A VHOI.RSAI.R COST AND LESS Si I -- AAWW A Few of the Many Bargains Being Offered -- EXTRA SPECIAL ON FELT AND LEATHER HOUSE SLIPPERS Five styles of men's first grade brown, also black, kid leather house .$2.95 slippers; best grade leather, turn soles. $4.50 values , Children's comfj eole felt house slippers. Sizes 2 to 5 and 7C 5V4 to Sizes er, let-ear- ly 11 I 8 8Vi to J to 11 and JC nr VuZ Women's strap pumps In brown, black or gray kid, welt soles, Cuban heels. $7.50 values - t1 nr lf tJl7J Women's French hel lace shoes shoYt lines In gray, brown or black kid. Also patent. CO QC S12.00 values pL,iJO Women's bedroom slippers in 1 OT brown or black kid. )1.aCJ 12.00 values , nfty-flfty- ot 12-gua- SOU 8e . TV ard-Examin- NOTHING RESERVED Mr. Jones' factory interests keep him east so much of the time he finds it impos- to vc tlc tore tne desired attention necessary to satisfy the high grade trade he has always enjoyed. tth Tpif 1 JLAA A, A ihoe Stock $35,000.00 - A .. There seems to be some doubt that we would CLOSE OUT A BUSINESS of this size so well established. HOWEVER, IT IS TRUE for the reason below given. NO SHOES WILL BE ADDED TO OUR PRESENT STOCK, WHICH WILL BE CLOSED OUT IN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLEJIME. While many people are taking advantage of the decided bargains we are offering, our I L large stock is still complete and we have all sizes in most every style. This enormous stock was originally bought to take care of our entire fall and winter trade. . 4A S SaleS Out Iciosimg A Sure CUT OUT Women's brown calf lace shoes, welt sole, military heel, street dress shoes. $8.50 J) value now ge trJ.tJ ir Special on ballet and gym slip1 pers. All sizes values $2.50 nr - : Children's heavy felt slippers, with leather soles, plush trim med. Sizes 8 to 11 Sizes HVi to 2 ... $125 t . $1.45 Men's E-- sole heavy felt house slippers. $2.50 values 1 Also leather sole, $2.75 values ..... $1.45 nr 3i..D This is one of the highest grado makes, Wichert and Gardner black kid. welt- - sole, Cuban heel, lace shoe. $13.00 value . . . . $7.95 Boys' lace school shoes in brown or black calf uppers. Broad toe, also English last. Sizes - . . 9 to 13 Sizes 13 to 2 Sizes $2.45 $2.75 2li to $235 5 Women's leather sole felt house Ribbon also plush slippers. $2.75. trimmed. values Also comfy sole In $2.50 values . . . . Boys and men's heavy felt allp- pera with comfy soles. Sizes 24 to 5 and 54 to 10. $1.75 values . . . 95c $1.65 $1.25 Women's Wichert and Gardner p black kid. also patent pumps, Louis heels. $10.00 values . . . one-stra- Women's black" kid, also brown calf lace shoes, medium heel. $5 values $6.95 $2.95 $4.50 values ... $125 .... $2.95 $2.95 Five different styles in men's brown, also black calf first grade shoes in new brogue lasts, also English last, also wide toe last. 8V4 to Sizes 114 to nr ir PJ.4J $3 50 values Children's school shoes In brown or black calf lace. These are our best grades. $2.45 5 to 8 . . . Sixes 0 Men's tan English, all leather. welt soles, lace shoes $5.00 values turn sole, spring heel, or black kid button $2.50 values. . to 8 Lov heel lace shoea for girls and women, brown calf, best grade soles. Sizes 3 to 7. Babies brown shoes. Sizes 1 Men's army shoes with heavy oil grain uppers and heavy welt soles. All sizes $4.00 Boys all leather, sole, CO 7C' winter scout shoes. heavy 9 to Sizes DaC.IV 134. also $1.75 CQ OC 1 to 5 11 J)JXU 1 . - - i 2l at . fr. H-- W Rubbers Reduced Prices yr246. ..... , - ot Mufflers Make Meat Gifts' - VHf. MEN-WOME- WASHINGTON aVE. - br E JUST TO REMIND YOU s and Woolen Knitted and Woven Mufflers are here in a variety oi siyics ana mumonioui colors, Include these in your Christmas list and your gifts will be truly appreciated. We have a special holiday stock for selection, and you will find ozena that will please you. x, And they come in attractive gift . boxes . ILK llvJ) CUR.STM& : . GIEL SCOUTS NOT 1 it TO MEET TONIGHT . i -- . ' .v.'.v.' tW.UTtH .v.vv.. V v r - i mlnut. cers will be elected. CATTIOLIC WOMAN'S LEAGUE. A well arranged Christmas program wilt be given at the meeting of the Catholic Woman's league Tuesday afternoon at the Mary Fay Inn. Those taking part are Miss Mary Matson. Miss Josephine Frraro and Rev. Cuthbert Uogan. AITA VIST A CTAn. Mrs. J. E. Parks was the compli mented guest last Monday afternoon at the meeting of the Alia. Vista Birthday club "at the Parks residence. 171 Twenty-fourt- h street. IS OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION i ' 'v "t imu 5 ' st- -- i -v , or 5 The afternoon Amel and -- CHILDREN OGDEfUJBH J. O'Hanlon. oo- KAYSVILLE WOMAN IS LAID AT FINAL REST Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Ann were held from at the Lyton 8wan Kaysville tabernacle. 12:20 o'clock Sunday with Bishop Frank Hyde officiating. John G. IL Barnes and Thomas Howell of Salt Lake; Eeo J. Muirof Bountiful and President Henry 11. Blood of the North Davis stake, were the speakers. The psllbearers weer Major Arnold M. Barnes. Newman Reeves. John Robins. Bert Eayton and William Swan. The attendance was large. Interment was In the Kaysville cemetery with John W. Thornley dedicating the grave. oo-- EUTLEDGE TALKS TO PEOVO CLUB PROVO. Dec 12. R. H. Rutledge. district forester with headquarters at Ogden. the .principal speaker at ths Klwanls club luncheon at the Hotel Roberts, told the membere that ala bill had passed congress though for carry it if a large appropriation as forest work roadway and not been received yet details had as to how the distribution was to be made. Mr. Rutledge. with Forest Supervisor Dana Parkinson and other forest service officials, was the guest of the local club. Mr. Rutledge said that are the national forest preserves maintained for the purpose of producing timber, beef, mutton, etc., and now other uses are coming such as recreational features offered by Touching on th prospective possibilities of the fortM service. In Provo canyon. Mr. Rutledge called attention to the fact that the railroads of this state Import each year 250,000 ties with which to keep up their roads. He said there is in Provo canyon a large . Completely furnished and equipped. This beautiful home, at 251 1 Brinker Avenue, will please you. not only because of its exterior but also because of the arrangement of rooms, the decorative treatment and the furnishings. You are invited to visit and - inspect this home. It is offered for sale, complete. V mill work; Stratford E. J. Co., . One was given to sewing and at S o'clock a luncheon was served to the following: Mrs. J. M. Leinen, Mrs. Eee Hawley. Mrs. R. Ford. Mrs. J. F. E. Campbell, Mrs. O. C. Klmes, Mrs. M. Krumpermsn, Mra Alfred Brew-- i erton,.Mrs. Arthur Bender. Mrs. Hugh Ms. M. OGDEN'S MOST MODERN HOME v .v .f '. r There will be no meeting of the Girl Scout captains this eveningeve-at the High achooU On next Monday serof the forestry ning, F. 8. Baker illustrated talk on an will. vice, give Scout" which Girl "Nature and the will be given for Scouts as well as captains. oo homing pigeona Average speed ofl a 1110 yards in calm weather Sc. N There will be somethinC like 28 blue! each net or speculations prints withcontract is advertised, and when the the fact that the complete set will be provided, probably at the usual rate of $5, means that the state will lose some money In handling- the letting of the contract. The project has been under BRITANNIC ASSOCIATION. several years, and the oralterThe Ogden Britannic association iginal plans have been severely ed. The present plans were com- will hold it regular buslnen meeting at the home of Mrs. II. Fisher, 430S pleted In the state bridge engineeringof Twenty-sixth street this evening at the under supervision department, state o'clock. bridge engineer. Eupen Bush, The plans have to be approved by the bridge department of the Union OFFICERS TO UK IXtXTKD. Pacific system and also by the engiOfficers will be elected for the Royal neers for the bureau of, public roads, Neighbors of America tht evening at ITnited Ktate-- department of agricul the regular meeting of the lodge to be ture. Weber county . engineers also held in the I. O. O. F. hall. have shown keen interest in the arrangements. nAITIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The state road commission will be T. J. Fitzgerald will be hostww the to Mrs. member of the Baptiat Mis th responsible for the erection of structure and will have charge of the sionary eoclety Tueeday afternoon at inspection work. However, both gov- her home. 2 424 Jackson avenue. Mrs. ernment and railroad engineers may be J. D. Corey end Mrs. J. O. Gebhardt supervisory will have charge of the afternoon pro expected to have a tokeen see that all de- gram. eye on the project, The hostess will be ajwlsted by tails are carried out in accord with Mra. I a. Garrison. Mrs. W. K. Moore best practice and the plana and speci- and Mra Caldwell. fications. There Is little doubt then the structure SEMT-Rthat, when completed, MUSICAL SOCIETY. will be as safe as modern engineering the Sempre Musical of Members will demand. home of Mrs. meet will society elecbe will The bridge by de- Fred N. Heis onat the lighted were avenue Brlnker plans lighting tricity. The Carol Christmas afternoonsigned in accord with augaestlons ot Tuesday will other countries and America of one of the big electric corporations, be features on the program arranged and steel tewera are provided to hold by Miss Ellen Thomaa. of special design, ao constructed lights as to throw a maximum of light upon MIRIAM CH AFTER. waste a the roadway Itself and to The meeting of Miriam regular on terthe minimum in the air and 14. Order of the Eastern No. chapter. the rain surrounding - oo bridge. Star, will convene Tuesday evening at Offig o'clock in the Masonic temple. contem-platiorif- CO- - Shoe Laces and Polish Two for the Price of Decorating paintIsakton, Designed and built by S. A. Shreeve, architect; Badger Coal A. Lumber Company, lumber; ing and papering; The Lighthouse, electric fixtures; Jackson & Pace, heating; Utah Plumbing & Heating Company, plumbing; Ogden Furniture &. , Carpet Company, furniture and draperies; Mlnnoch Class Company, glass. Tin.-panogo- s- body of pine timber land that shoulJ soon produce sufficient timber to supply this demand. Mr. Rutledge said that he had heard of the enthusiasm of the people ot and this loca.llty over Mt. Timpanogoa had wondered if they were not but declared that after he had visited the mountain he was convlnced"that in this mountain the people tl this state have something different, something unique, that can be capitalized in many ways. Its recreational attractions, he said. oflr wonderful possibilities, but it has been hard to get appropriations to make theee more attractive. Other speakers at the luncheon'were E. I Roberts. Dana Parkinson and W. T. Wood. All touched on the possibilities of making the famous mountain one of the most attractive playt grounds in America. over-enthusias- tic, oo BURCKHALTER TO MAKE INSPECTION Burckhaller, aistant general manager of the Southern Pacific llr.es with general headquarters at . San Francisco, wil larrive in Ogden cn S. P. train No. 10 Tuesday morning It offiF. I today by local cialsManager Burckhalter will inspect the Ofden property of the Souther Pacific lines and tke Sail Eake division before returning rto Ban Francisco. divSupt. W. L Hack of the Salt Ease ision and other officials of this diManager vision will confer with was announced -- Burckhalter on other railroad tions Tuesday. oo- Qes-- f -- EXPECTED BACK WITH PRISONER TONIGHT frreant George Wardlaw of the pc flee deoartment is expected to arrlvs in Ogden tonlfht from Superlot. Wyo., where he went to take into custody Ethel Van Walker, wanted in Ogden on the charge of embeMlement. Eh' was arrested on descriptions furnished by the local police and is said tc have misrepresented herself in obtaining about 75 worth of goods from local stores- "OPxEN HOUSE" MONDAY. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 2:30 to 9 p, m.