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OtiDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1J TWAS A GRAND RALLY. IT WAS THE VOICE OK ASD PATEIOT-IS- FEOUKESS. Brr r4. tlpd fta fe Ap-pUc- Llbmli liaterted to Several Very Stir ring. Boquaot NigsL b had Ia to Bomlaaui a fur the liberal party, whkfc aaaaae to Liberal devests, and the ilomm 11 increase km caa aay fca Asterieaa begaa to pound lam at core, and b Lad has cv L bjut fj a awe atari it LmJ asy. LaushU J elites. ( A pplauae). f He aoog toubd tha Hutbk church to Tfce band played "Kksgdosa Comin' " be a butanea instil utajtt. with iu linger and a aa applauded. ia everything. baths, sluiks, lands, hwds. J V Blmaa was introduced-Congress had ref rauul fruta touching real church property, but its dorks, lis He aa glad to hear Mr. Evana org bonds, it land and herds had Len pro- youig mt-- to come oat and rota m&h hibited. The ch ureb had been duminl tha party of right and progreaa This aa a business jtatitutoa. Thia was would be a herute act If you Eg aaen iil a iha American aiil so cast tLeir rotes today, they simple jasUce. It The plan. Applause. 1'eopW never go back. (Applause. Mr. Caine had aal that no national party ia tea Mormon church, aiatoat w ithout True. exception thia has beeo so and questions ara involved here-iaao today, lie had brad to sea two Things are too narrow for that hera. things in tha Mormon church The People's party stand and calls to dona away with its running aa a busi- tha Liberals, "Divide vide! Vote tor ness concern and iu polygamyor ita ap- our euanf parent dtaavoaal of thia tenet. The They dont divide. There's no andd party. Which party gevernment had proposed to a kit of polygaaiiate ia prison, sooa after tha do you belong to? It is ana or tha Edmunds Us into furce, proposed other. to a tot of men convicted of polygamy, Our leader has made a record nation that it would discharge them it they aide, oo tha silver question, and for tha would renounce tha doctrine, but ctot budding up of Utah. Applause, Tha one man would do so, aa it would be ac- other is the a pecial agent of tha Morknowledging that a "tyrannical got era mon church. meat is right in interfering with the They ear Mr. Caine's record is clean. church." Why, there's nothing to it Laughter J. Tha Idaho test oath was referred to He is paid by tha United Statea to by Mr. Smith, showing how it was de- represent tha Mormon churth, that's cided constitutional by the aupreine all court How several bills for a test oath lie said hera tha other night that if for Ltah were introduced; but Mr. Wil- electad be would represent the w hole fred Woodruff found it convenient to peopl- e- as ha had dona before. (Laughhave a talk with Brigbam Young and ter 1 He has dona nothing before to Joseph Smith just at this crisis and the manifesto was tha result Laughter their interasta. And whether they mean it or not, it is Ha ran easily repeat this record. forever done. They will never us re re- Laughter store it aa revolutions never go backJudge Goodwin has dona nothing for ward. ten years but push Utah forward and Now tha next decent thing for the he'll do the aaine ia Congreaa. (ApMormon church party to do ia to plause.) cease to be a political party. It must An American votes aa ha pleasea. break up the union of church and state. Applause. He doea aa be pleasea. But 11) is cannot be tolerated on American the Peoples' party men vota as they ara soiL told by tha bosses. But they always Applause. They claim to La very patriotic now, vota for the man who will do tha best but he could not forget when tha Amer- for the church. They do thia because ican flag waa half masted at Salt Lake they hive a collar about their necks, To City on the 4th of July, and tha insulu every one of them. Applause. of Apostle Thatcher on the same day in vote tha Liberal tisket with them is an address to the public. apostasy. A church officer waa recently When the Mormons are certainly excommunicated for voting tho liberal known to Americana it will ticket be time to talk of disbanding the Liberal The Mormons have msle Utah's hisparty. Applause. A long aa there is tory in the past. They will make the a Mormon par(y there must be a Liberal same kind again. The Mormon legislature in years gone by had given all of party. Applause. Mr. Caine may be a good man but he Cache valley to Br igham Young. Also did not seem to have much sand in him City creek, at Salt Lake City. Mapy in a previous campaign. When I was other valleys and creeks were given to the candidate for the Liberal party for apostles and bishoisi in the same way. delegate I offered to divide time with The statute books contain many of him or any accredited representative. these laws. One law forbid the reading Mr. Caine lacked the sand to accept and of any other law in court than the I have had no use for him siuce." United States statutes and the statutes Laughter.! passed in this territory. Mr. Goodwin had been loyal to him in Every judge made a decision to suit his campaign and Salt Lake City had himself under this scheme. They had too. So he felt the compliment should some other queer laws. They passed a be returned now. law making this territory perfectly free The prospect is bright and victory ss to all kinds of sexual intimacy. It was then a perfectly ILaughter. may come tomorrow. Applause. The band played, "Tramp, Tramp, free country. Laughter The Liberal element has built up the Boys are Marching." Mr. McNutt then introbuced Ogden's Utah. It has given it railroads, capital, choice for delegate in the convention, schools -- progress. All this has been done by the "cursed outsiders." We Hon. David Evans. Applause. Mr. Evans went on to say we want many more of the same kind. Apknow that while the territory groans plause. We want free men free thoughts, Amwith wealth it is politically disgraced. Most surrounding territories have been ericanism, independence. Applaasel And we're going to have them. given statehood, but Utah is still unpreSi . pared to"" spest- The Peoples' party has never shown home or in Congress. the least political sense they have had ; WhyiathisL we have? a Is it not that political theo- too much revelation, and revelation from the wrong country too. Cheers cracy in power here? It would not be right for the Metho- and laughter. Goodwin will push the interests of dist, Presbyterian, or any other church to rule. This would not be allowed and the territory, build it up, but you can't the Mormon church connot have the do anything for it with the People's party. privilege either. Let every young man tomorrow go to Theocratic rule has ever brought the polls and cast a vote for the pro. nations to ruin. He was born in Utah, and well remem- gress and upbuilding of Utah. Apbered the abuse young men had to en plause. Music by the band. Applause. dure because they had dared to differ Three rousing cheers were given for with the church. He had, in all charity and kindness J udgo Good win, the band played "Yankee prosecuted violation of the law, because' Doodle," and the people went home feelhe felt it a duty. He had urged them to ing that there was but one thing to be obey the law. But it seemed that this done for Utah's good today and that is work is nearly done.for the justice to the to elect Judge C. C. Goodwin by a large opposition to polygamy has been prac- majority. tically endorsed by the president of the Col. Barratt Surprised. Mormon church. He felt it to bo a great achievment A party of friends stepped up to Col that the overthrow of polygamy had P. J. Barratt's home last night and pre been accomplished by peaceable means. sented him with a scarf piu, compliments Applause. He felt sure that polygamy of the occasiou, and the Liberal Band is dead. But it was not John T. Caine chimed in with some choice music. who had brought this about ApAll of these evidences of kindly plause. It is the work of such men as Col. Barratt acknowledged C. C. Goodwin, Applause. and to whom with his accustomed cordiality and hosthe credit ie due. Caine has never ad pitality. vocated it. He has never introduced a bill for the upbuilding of Utah, for apInsure in Bankers' Life Association. propriations, and valuable needs for the The cheapest and the best. See largo advertisement. territory. The government has paid most of the Turner Turns Burglar. expenses in this territory, while every other territory has paid its own, because Charles Turner got a good deal of nothey were loyal enough to do so. Who has made Utah's progress? Has toriety by shooting James Griffin when it not been the constant pounding done the latter was firing the fatal shots at Turner is now under by the Liberal party and its candidate? John Hamer. bonds for that offense. Applause. It is because oC the manly stand of On Sunday, some silks, furs and other the Liberals, because they have held fine goods were missed from the store of aloft the American flag, because they S. J. Burt and from a remark dropped have fallen into line with the rest of the by Turner ho was suspected. A raid on his room disclosed part of American Union. Applause. And if Liberals do not lose their the goods in his trunk and in two vaspirit they will soon place Utah among lises were discovered a lot of clothing the greatest states of the Union. Ap- and other goods. About loOO worth of Burts' goods were recovered. plause. Turner had partially confessed the He recounted the days when he was a boy, when he paid his way into a dance crime yeswraay evening and it was with a big pumpkin and fgot a turnip, thought he would give the whole thing rutabaga and some onions as change. up by this morning. A colored girl was arrested as an acHe did not blame the MorLaughter. mons for those hard times, but for not complice of Turner. About $290 worth making more progress afterward. They of the goods were found with her. The had been slothful. Look at the splen- theory was that these two did not do did public improvements, the public much of the stealing but secreted the buildings, schools, streets, water works, goods. The officers expect to pull the rest of all the prosperity of cities ruled by Lib-enals. Do not these things show tho the gang. value of Liberal rule? lurner roomed in the stone boarding Applause. In this territory the People's party house nearly opposite Burt's store. votes the People'sjtieket, and the People's They gained an entrance to the buildIf ing by going in through a back window party are universally Mormons. Washington or Lincoln were to return of the second floor And thence down by and be put up for office in Utah, the first the elevator. It is thought that the gang have question of that party would bo, "Are you a Mormon?" If not they would get been stealing goods on the quiet for some time, mostly from clothing houses. no support Laughter. The following property which hail Every candidate of the Peoples' party is a member of 'he Mormon church. evidently been stolen by Turner or his Some have felt personal opposition to accomplices has been recovered by the Judge Goodwin, but he had never shared police from different places where it had the feeling. But no man can say that been disposed of and is at headquarters he will not be loyal to Utah, and if he is awaiting identification. Everythings ap elected to Congress no one will then want pears to be new and was probably taken to disfranchise anybody. Applause. It from some furnishing end clothing store: will then be plain that Utah belongs to one silk plush ladies' cloak, one boys' the American Union and it will soon be cloak coat, one diagonal Prince Al bert one of the states. Applause.l We will dress coat blue in color, three uarK then be like other people, ana the con- frock coats, one boys' jacket one overflict will be at an end. Applause. coat one worsted jacket and handker He appealed to every young man to ehiefs, linen, and smaller dress articles be at the polls today to cast his vote in endless varietv. tt t J. liwl, ajer Irtdfm, Eaaifara Saul. EtavU Eiam a4 ! Uf Jedge J- - S. Btwrssaa Oralert ef ta Oecaaoa. Ca-U- is At 7:30 oVk k last night the liberal bind begun to wake the echoes with stirring itusie on North Washington avenue. The Ogden Drum Corps aroused the people oo South Washington avenue. At 8 o'clock the tn ui cuiua met at the City Hall and several lively tune there war the signal fur the pothering of the loyal clans in the auditorium, up etaira, to hear the closing Liberal speeches of the campaign. At 8:10 the liberal Band filed into the auditorium, playing a rousing tune, which called forth applause. Thia waa the aigoal for the room to fill op with a crowd, among whom waa obser ved a nu mber of lad tea, Thia rueet-inwaa particularly felicitoua The sophistry of Measra. Caine and Penrose waa completely answered. The applause waa explosive, free, hearty, frequent It had oo string to it It wasn't afraid of anything. Mayor Kiesel hit the naU with every point he made. Captain Smith waa very happy in his humor, reminieoenoes ana hits, and had the audience laughing or applauding every half minute. Mr. Evana waa very interesting, aa he had seen Mormonism of away back. He elicited constant expressions of hearty approval of his sentiments. Judge Bormaan made a speech of great force and was followed with the closest attention. Ilia speech was punctured full of applause and laughter 11 is stories of by the audience. past Mormon' legislation were extremely rich. lie has been here seventeen yeara and knows the opposition as well as any man in the territory. g THE ADDRK.SSEN. Major Breeden called the mooting to order and said in brief: Ladies Gentlkme: Your presence here is an evidence that you are interested in the conflict between the forces of progress and superstition that takes place tomorrow. The motives that prompt you to come here tonight are those that actuate every loyal heart under the Amorican flag, to stand for free thought free speech and free schools. Tomorrow's election is the Applause. most important ever fought on the soil of Utah, because for the first time here Americanism has a chance to win. Applause). And our standard bearer, a man of national reputation, will carry that grand old flag of patriotism to vicAptory tomorrow if we do our duty ad plause, t-- ad-van- have-becom- tht -- TbeopTom!5!r"T87tR?oSaSy" ihal' is If opposed to American principles. as Charles C. Goodwin is charged "here the other night than we have 00,000,000 more of the same kind in this great Republics Applause. The American spirit of progress that is marching through this territory is the same as inspired the patriots at Bunker Hill and Valley Forge, at Donelson and Applause. Appomattox. Tomorrow is a great day for Utah and Weber county. Capital is waiting to come here to expand the great wealth of this territory if we can but show that Utah is progressive and American. It willjbe a humiliation to every loyal man to have it seem that the Liberal vote falls off in Ogden. Applause. 1 Mjor Breeden then called Mr. J. W. McNutt to the chair. Applause. Mr. McXutt said he would not make a speech. But he would say that it is the plain duty of every Liberal to go to the polls today and vote for C. C. Goodwin. This is a duty both to the party and patriotism Applause. The band played "The Star Spanglod Banner." JApplause. Mr. McN utt then announced Ogden's first Liberal mayor. Applause. Mr. Kiesel stated that he had been out with Goodwin's Pilgrims, and having caught a very bad cold was not in a good condition to speak. He found everywhere o the trip strong evidences of enthusiasm and a larger vote would likely be polled than anyone expects. Applause. He was glad to see such a fine meeting, as it had been given out that Ogden Liberals are apathetic. There is no comparison between the candidates of the two parties. As between them, Liberals could only support Mr. Goodwin. Applause. Mr. Kiesel said he wished to make a personal explanation. Mr. Caine had been courteous to him in his mission to Washington, but if he had been there on a question in which the church had been interested, Mr. Caine would have done what the church desired. When the church requires anything or him he obeys the church every time. It should be remembered that the People's party is the Mormon church. Mr. Caine had not really intro duced the Ogden bill; he had passively allowed it to be presented. To show Mr. Caine's influence, compared with that of Mr. Dubois of Idaho, Mr. Caine got one land office for Utah and an appropriation of 88,000, and Dubois got 20,000 and four land offices. Mayor Kiesel was repeatedly interrupted by applause. The band played "Marching Through Geogia." Applause. Mr. McNutt then introduced the 'Father of the Liberal Party in Ogden," Applause. Captain Hansford Smith. Captain Smith said that it had not been from any lack of interest that he had not before entered into the canvass, but owing to a press of business. He did not know that he could claim to be the "Father of the Liberal Party ia He had been led to study the Ogden." People's party when he first came to the city, and found it, as Mayor Kiesel had said, simply the Mormon church. It is now as, it has ever been a government of for and by the bishops. Laughter. The legislature used to be of bishops, and was all polygamists. The mayor of Ogden as he found it had four wives. Ail the local officers were polygamists: they had everything. Ap-plau- FORMATION. RACE IfcUO. Tat Iitrift Coart. Ia tha First District court. Jadga ONCE MOBEUBEBAI& James A Miner presiding, tha fuijowing THAT SEEKS TO BE WHAT 1ILS djaptatttiona were asada yesterday: M UOE BEEEDES ADDS A WOED First XrUonal bank Blaosiingtoo, THE CAE COMPANIES. DAY FOU OF THE A. ra. BATTLE. IL Ilia. Saaa and Saaa Brua, order fur judgment against defaedaat Both Dasfre m Ooasin- - at Twenty-eft- s A. C Fisk vs. Interstate Land and Judre Goodwln'a Sunns WU1 Ooo&rta-.t- tte Waahinrtoa Tow a com pan y, order for judgment on CrMUr to the Inepiradosi i TrictSum Follow 4. ot Md-papers and pWadinga, oa not of Cteb'a finaia l A Maginnia. D. UamervaJ. IL Phillips et al. oa Aa4 a War FpNt Baag Owe taat motion of IL IL Vea rU Every LiWtml Tato let iColapp order granting Ocfe renmer permission to sell the buaineah. Vlfkt, Bat Was Oaly Ut Ik Kserrss af taa Tlriet. i)m Okaun. a nativa of Swede and at Kaadealj aaffr Oat la aa Bat U tmurt Iu latoessU present a resident ot Weber county, was I artru4 luvr. ia ta Fatata. admitted to citizenship. J. P. Mertauo . W. G. Child rt al, TheeonUwt between the Ogdaa City HiADutAjrruti and Henderaus street railway companiea trial pending. or tmk LuuuLAi. Com m mrx, additionten Allison, Toaney days took a new turn Sunday evening. Ooura, L'uh, Nov. 3, lsUU. ) al ia which to prepare papers and serve T Yutm of WtbfT Oaaty-- - Whaa Tha Ogden City company suddenly noUoe of atatetuent on motion for new this letter is published wa will ba appeared at Twenty fifth and Washing- trial ton with a force of men, armed with in tha awst important political Coart House Xotea. atruggU ever witoeased in Utah. Perpicks and shovels, and began to put ia Ia tha Probate court, in tha rate of mit m again to urge every man to ba at cross tracks on tha ground tha Henderson people had abruptly shown a dispo- tha estate of John Wheeler, a petition nis ptL Let It Dot t said that anv LsberaL waa presented of Sarah Wheekr fur let sition, on Saturday, to occupy. loyal voter of Webw county, sulk ad in tera of administration. That ia, the south fride of tha preeent it w important to our futara County Cierk Uollingsworth bMiwd nisteni. tracks, on Twenty fifth street and tha representation in the general territorial marriage licensee yesterday lo the east side on Washington avenue. vota ovar Job Pingree. jr.. ami Miss Jen- convention that an Tha hour chosen for thia diplomatic August be MUd at this electa. dash was soon after eight too early by nie T. Carlson, both of Ogdi, and to lift It is imiKirtanl to the interest of tour h6ura, lUd the attempt been Rottert E. Huffstetter and Mms Annie Weber county and Utah territory that made about 2 a. mMundsy morning tha M. Histon, both of Ogden. Sheriff Belnap expresses his belief that every citizrn, loyal to his narty. stand result might have been different by his colors, whether the candidata Rogers, the cowboy alio fired into the selected But it waa made early and tha n by the convention ot hia party -Hot at train a few La wee Springs ainee, people tumbled" to it in a few answers the leam ng to him or not of a crimdescription given ft behooves minutes. To stop the work and gain every Liberal voter to time they got an order from the police inal wanted in one of the eastern atatea, work for tha grand principles of loyalty. for a whom reward ia of tlflOU offered. judge to prohibit the Ogden City men and forget if need be, for the time the from working on the Sabbath. Before you insure, examine tha plans one which carries the Bag. This order was served by Policeman Let us not hesitate in tha discharge af Smith, and tha Ogden City men readily of tha Bankers' life Association. You our duty and let us bring to tha polk alL wdl save See advertisement money. complied. lovers of Americanism, from tha work But they stood around there waiting shops and tha fields, and sea that thay A Very Fine Business Room. for the profane hour of Monday to come exerciaa tha rights of a Freeman. in at midnight They were represented And mora than alL let us elect thai Tha new in rooms Reed tha to Hotel, in leadership by L. IC Rhodes, attorney man to represent tha interests of tha be occupied by tha Ogden State Bank, for the Ogden City company, and Mr. A. in Congresa whose reputation IL Swan, heretofore president and man are very nearly ready for occupancy. A territory ia as broad aa tha Republic itself. Whose ager. Commercial reporter glanced in there interests ara identical with thoa of The Electric Company waa present in and found the workmen en- every citizen in Utah, tha Hon. C the persona of Joseph Brinker, 1L IL yesterday M. A. KaranKX. in tha tiling for tha Goodwin. gaged Henderson, and E. M. Allison, their at- floor. Thialaying Chairman Liberal Central Committee. ia ot handa very torney. Messrs. H. C. Bigelow and A. E. some pattern, and harmonized well with Reed, sureties on the Henderson bond, the Doixa at THE FAIR. general furnishing of the room. A.P. were also present keeping a close watch Bigelow, assistant cashier, was present on the proceedings. Real Estate Transfert. for a moment and stated as soon as During the evening, toward midnight. the tiling had set so that that would bear it The transfers reported in the oflloe of Kiesel and d Mayor City Attorney ordinary weight the windows would the Recorder walked down to the corner and up County yesterday were aa be which after the bank would put in, looked over the seat of war but expressed be ready to move into ita new quarters. follows: no publi'j views. be thought would not be later John A. Boyle and wife to Henry IL Marshal Bowman was also awake and This, Hill, part of lotlLljlock 10, South Ogin sight several times during the waning than Wednesday. The convenient arrangement of desk den survey, 11118. hours of th Sabbath. rooms and offices, together wiih the William Stephens and wife to (1. L Marshal Metcalf, officers Lern, Davemood work, encaustio tiling, Griffith, part of lot 17 and all of lot 18, mahogony -. other and Smith, -- .1. nport gentlemen of the marble bases, frosted glass, and nickel c. ... force, generally wearing a wooden billy R. render Mitchell and new to et wife, al. Wm, F. the plated partitions, quarin Bight, hovered around the corner ters of any offices in the terri- Thompson, lots iT, 24,25 and '20, block 3, the equal during the eutiro evening and late into tory. At present they do not appear to Huston addition, 1,1?MJ. the night me oest auvaniage, ana will be more T. (J. Chamberlain and wife, at aL, to Sheriff Belnap and deputy Joseph P. E. Nels n, lot 2, block 4, Herrimaa'a described in the future. Belnap, were early on the ground and elaborately addition 1250. were among the last to leave. Prudence Jackson to James It Elliott, Ogden City Directory. Numerous citizens came and looked of lot 7, block 5, plat B, $2,400. over the situation and wondered if there The city directory is now ready for tha . Harley and wife to J. G. Koboaser, would be any trouble, and most of them Corrections can be made while part ot section 30, tp, C, north range, one stood, and stood, and stood. As the printer. is going on, but after a name is west 1100. work the hours wore on Corey Brothers appeared W. H. Wedell and wife to A. Slater, on the scene with their phalanx mule printed it cannot be altered, therefore it loU 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 1, Terrace teams, ready to handle heavy things. is ot the utmost importance to all con2,.ritX). As a. precaution against the plows and cerned in a complete work that Total, 14,273. track-layethe Ogden City men had we should having have immediate notice of all placed their locomotive and flat car on changes in business, business firms, loca Electric Medicated Baths. street tha Washington track, covering etc., changes or residence and the most of the street A motor and coach tion, Dr. II. E. Gow, an electrician, baa new residents who may names of had been ended up against the cars on have comeany here since our canvass was opened in connection with Gastrell'a Washington avenue on tho east side, the completed. All such communications barber shop a new bathing establishment two sets of rolling stock covering the will have due atteution it sent immedifor the purpose of giving electric and crossing like a letter T, the stem point- ately to medicateu baths, This establishment b It L. Polk & Co., ing up the hill eastward. Ogden Chamber ot Commerce, nioely fitted up and the public patronage-iThe clock struck 12. A dense mass of invited. There is a lady attendant men had gathered in the corner made who has charge of the ladies' departtoward Reed hotel the the cars, by Nearly half a million dollars deposited ment The baths are located in Dee's block. with insurance department of state of new block, 2400 Grant avenue. Suddenly W. W Corey stepped up to Iowa by the Bankers' Life Insurance as the pile of picks, ties and rails lying in an absolute guarantee that every man's We wish to impress it upon your memthe oorser mentioned, and ordered his policy shall be paid in full. See adver- ory that Ioi,t,s in endless varieties can, men to move them over toward the side- tisement be had at THE FAIR. walk by the Reed hotel. Ihe other men, a few of them, made a little show as if to resist, but the movements of Mr. Corey and his men were so energetio and determined that they swept everything before them. Those standing around thought this a bold game of bluff at first but very soon no ticed that Marshals Bowman and Butcher were giving orders for the handling of the stuff and that the work was really going on under their direc tion. On inquiring it was found that tl.e officers had, just at the critical moment served a writ of attachment on the Og- doD City company and had seized the locamotive, motor, flat car and conch, which the Ogden folks had collected there for blockade purposes. The levy also included some rails and the ties and picks brought to the crossing for use in 1 t laying the track. 1 "V '1 " This was a surprise to the Ogden City people. They protested and retired to the sidewalk and watched the work go it ti aa-gsg- ed Hen-derao- C Uey-woo- '- sab-divisi- rs s m ? GOL to increase our trade lOO per cent, this month, over what it was last, arid to do this we win oner jjarirams sucn as have never before been offered in at this city. Our stock of Mens' the cars out the the Youths' and Boys' Clothing, as the latter night well as our Hats, Shoes and Furn ishing Goods departments, are south street the most complete of any this side the put of the Eastern markets. It will during the yet be a great pleasure for us to show attached the you through any time you choose run the to call, either at the Main Store orstreet at the the at the Annex. until street Yours Respectfully, ran not to "We desire on. The Henderson men once began to coveted crossing. The lay track on were pulled of obstructing way by Corey s mule phalanx, and work went merrily on during half of the It was resumed yesterday morning The prepara and continued all day. tion for laying track was extenued a on Washington and block or two same two north on down on Twenty- Ties were being fifth street day. The crossing was not completed last evening when operations closed for the day. The cars which were stood all day where they were left in night guarded by an officer. A car and team was on Twenty-fiftline close up to the foot of car standing hill and last evening. No cars stood there moved on Washington south of h Twenty-fifth- . from Twentv-fotitThe motor street north, Twenty going down fifth because it would blockade the street there. Regular trips were made by horse cars on other parts or the road The attorneys fof the Ogden City company went to bait Linke Uitv yester day to try to get an injunction against the Henderson people, but it was not thought they would be successful. The amonnt of the claim called for in the attachment is over f lU.UUO and it is in favor of different creditors, the First National Bank alone demanding (iVXX). One item is a bill for court costs of $50, - LOEB & MYER, PItOPRlKTORS OP.' THE The Bankers' Life Association has the lowest death rate of any insurance company in the United States. See k. advertisement MEN 2410 I IIOBBS, Manager EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE WASHINGTON AVE. Annex, 276 21 St - - Ogden, Utah.