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OCDKX DAILY COMMEKCIAL: SAT CP DAY. A PHIL 11, - OSCE. - - t OHKfcLL. M Ho. TvoMaS THE PEED HOTEL. THE COMMERCIAL. AMUSf MCNTS. W. PaLMiS, pfoSidwit of the world' fair, aayg iLat CLici:J La ixLi-- g trk is bete doc at tLe gven cv tJiLlikw fir bund1"! thousTLe Si Pluniarl Ox, appear at UTAH. fieed LuteU acJ tL- results are and dollar to tie fair. Whattaabeea i the be a ery to Grand saiJ the of losVt, dace w ith it? jfratiftiEj. A the eoOipletioa funny Yaakae ooady, ..h J. C. Leal im wood work lJ the papericg id the in tbe titl role, suprte-- U re e'rvzg room ;".n pru!c aiiiple proof ia guea to A KToar eoauee from Lotue ia the 1111, company te ha e hll wt-L-- a mm l KUTSDal APSIL t jstry - aT:ag. M;Kii! W taar almoa mj( airn. ttafaw all visitors iLat this epletdtd will be on of the most eoniplrt aud Work. eltvant west of tha !..-'-. ppi river. iiW vin I' tab. by l , ttlu- - Tha paitoecger aud freight elevators and are are being placed in jitkn ILiier?i ia ti cit at 75 cfnu ir month. r.HEranir'ii fcimilJ b a) oinl to THf. (UilMKK' 1AL J'LfcLlsHISi CO. Oeii ( in. Iiil 'l -- at tL P.u'So t IV fcrafetmiMiou tluxKtU llrf mail a (El1 . aarxr.l 7ii E EIGHT hom I. I' a DA 1". Oranizo! lalxr propoaas to open a tight on a grand seals, on May 1, fur e'ht hour as a wurk day. It ia eaid that "1,000 miners rapid aud safe, euiU Jjing several reelect imjtrovwiir&ts. The sty's of orcameLlatKjn throughout the building is simple yet eleaiit, avoiding the florid in deei.'n aud vu'-oNatural wood tints, California red wood predominating, prevail, and produce a plnaaaut r!Tl The view from the splendid dining room on the aixth tioor is magnificent, and includes the WaeaU-- range, the Ouirrb range, Weber, Ogden and Bear river valleys, Great Salt Lake and iu islands, and the mountains in Nevada. l. tail. f eua(i-'la- in Ohio and Peansyl strike on that date unites it ie concled that eyht hours shall I ill Tacit called a day's work. is now uilae to object to or pro-tt-t against this great rrusaJe. The tight ia on in dead earnest. Organized labor has been preparing for this battle for a long time. The i tchem is hing. The onset will be determined and well planned. The miners will be backed up by the Knights of Labor aud Federation of Labor. It has been planned that the eight hour demand shall be made by other labor unions in large numbers in several great tenters of the United It far-rea- State. Probably nearly all industrial unions whole country will lend aid and sympathy to the strikers. And there will be a natural Hnd general sympathy among corporations and employers on the other side in the eoutest. Tli'S rij,ht ha now goue too far and grown to serious to be ignored. It may now have to be met in a decisive grsp-ple- . tf the Many city corjwratious have conceded ihe eight hour day. Several legislatures have considered bills with a view to hour statutes. igt Public 6entitnent has leen brought around to a favorable view of the principle to a large clegre 80 that it seems that if this is not the decisive battle the pivotal contest can not ele-gan- be far off. An eight hour day would reconstruct prices, to some extent revise the distribution of the profits of business, and might for a time demoralize business. Hut it is a "condition, not a thejry," thnt must now be met. The question is, will the eight hour battle be now decided? A LARGE HEAL ESTATE DEAL The purchase of Lakeview Park yesterday from Judge A. 15. Patton by S. M. Jarvis and li. U. C.inklin was prob- ably the largest real estate transaction ver consummated in this city. The tract comprised one thousand and sixty-eiglots and the consideration was two hundred thousand dollars. So large a purchase by capitalists who already have extensive interests in this city indicates a strong businees confidence in Ogden's present condition and future prospects. The purchase also means the immediate outlay of a considerable sum of money in Improvements, such as the build xg of houses, grading of streets and extension of railroad lines. This transaction ana numerous other indications point to the immediate revival of business and prosperity. PERHAPS IT IS TRUE. Under the heading, "A Feminine Foible," an eastern exchange aocv.B3S many good wonen of allowing their admiration for the clergy to go to the extent of degenerating into ridiculous gush. Of course Euch an uncomplimentary criticism w ill not apply to any of the ladies f Ogden if so intended we impetuously deny the charge with Hashit.g fists And eyes doubled up. But there is little doubt that many ladies outside of deserve the following criticism: A distasteful weakness, common to rainy good women, is a disposition io allow their admiration of the clergy to degenerate into a maudlin species of tetkhisni. Not content to yield the practical support and generous sympathy without which a minister labors in vain, their regard wells over in gush iat is usually as odious to the recipient as it is unbecoming those who give. The Fomna means no harm by boring friends with her rector's trivial sayings and doing, !y misquoting his opinions, and dwelling upon his moral, social, and physical perfections with extravagant laudations. Og-de- f Amlmni; errors relative to this country and its people sometimes appear in the European press. One of the prin- A FATAL YEAR. The Illustrated Ari?uH calls the "a fatal year," and give a list year of eminent personages who have passed into the great beyond. It says: It is hardly three months old. Vet among our military and naval coiuinHndera we have already lost Gen. William T. Sher. Charles Devena, Gen. man, K. Johuston, and Admiral David Joeepb V. Porter; among our litterateur, George Bancroft, James liedpath, and Mrs. Vinceuzo Botta; among our public men, William Windom, Judge John K. Brady, Ex Governor Lucuius Robinson, John T. Swift, Minister to Japan, and William T. Ilerndon, Lincoln's law partner and biographer; among stage celebrities, Kin ma Abbott and Law rence Barrett. Nor has death spared other eouutriee. It has deprived the Sandwich Islands of its king, Kalakaua; Brazil, of its minister of war, Benjamin Constant; Afghan istan, of its ameer, Abdurrahman Khan; Denmark, of her greatest composer, Niels Gade. It has deprived France of its greatest painter.MeisHoneir; of two of its leading literary lights, Adolphe Belot and Fortune du Boisgobey; and of the builder of modern Paris, Baron Georges llaussmann. It lias deprived England of one of its leading parliamentarians, Charles Bradlaugh; of a famous traveler and historian, Alexander William King- lake; and of an equally famous carica turist, Charles Keene. Maj.-Gen- A1.1, citizens owe it to their own safety and to the interest of their neighltors to aid in preserving tne public health. should To this end every property-owne- r do all in his power to clear his premises of unwholesome rubbish and impurities. The health commission and iusjector may now be the most valuable officers in the city aud should be supported in their efforts to protect the health of the people and keep down contagious and e lions. Another case of diphtheria has been placarded. A case of scarlet fever has been found which was not rejorted to the health inspector. This kind of neglect bhould not 1k permitted. in-f- A roKiic.si'ONDKNT recently this inquiry to a number of the millionaires of this country: "I)ota wealth bring happiness?" He received replies from Pullman, Iloekefellow, Carnegie, Field, Drexel, Mackay, Cook, Morton, Sage and Alger. The substance of the replies was that wealth was not a blessing. A numler stated that they were much happier when KKir. Thk organization of a produce exchange in Ogden has been accomplished. It should be made a success, ft can be made indispensable to dealers and to producers too. It will tend to make Ogden what it should be, a general market city. The business men of Ogden and adjacent towns should encourage it and the farmers will tind it a most valuable aid. Sinck the electric light companies have consolidated and formed a trust in this city the example has become contagious. It ia even said the hens have entered into a combination to reduce the output of eggs in order to enhance prices, and as a consequence numerous egg factories are laying idle instead of laying eggs. Thk Nebraska state legislatnre adjourned and did not pass an apportionment bill. This will necessitate an extra session and a large additional expense to the state. Thus do the professional economists economize. It has not yet been judicially determined whether Ogden 's peerless position as the greatest town in the west for runcipal newspapers of Paris gravely informs its readers that Lawrence Bar-eet- aways is owing to more spirited quadthe noted American "actress,"' died rupeds or less spirited ordinances. recently in New York. It goes on to so well Mks. ScnACKELFORD, and say; "Madame Barrett wa9 fifty-threaa the charming remembered of age, though her many admirers, warmly yefirs seeing hcr always so lively, so pretty writer "Grace Greenwood," is a pleasant andso young in her manner, believed and distinguished looking elderly lady SLat she had scarcely passed the age of and is still bright and piquant. thirty. M. Barrett, her husband, served in the war of secession as a captain of Thk meeting of the Ogden bar was infantry!" As the great actor was held last night as announced. It is of the male persuasion the fully reported in this issue and aa the feminine designation and description action of the meeting is still pending, no comment ia proper. sjrar blightly inappropriate. t, e ia this paper that Itiy La this sjii. T:; E!3:ir i.ih A i'.r-- r tiaahej u p into a atate of altituUou be otl"iT'4A r of iAu-- ui t.i Sep'.. IT'.fa La digaity. It is, probably, a canard to an) of (Lis T at!rI iJLir " affect the markets. ith Farair J. C. tLe utler .! V'--J I J.I1 uve.-l-!. L AM "ml tii A mono the undetermined question to iatiiaMii A ven ae tiieat-- r Krt u z: , ni s; be settled in the near futire are jua-tkm- a gve entire ere to the to cial salaries, of relating investigation of eertain attorneys, and to Fiist Wiid Lriuotratii Club. distinthe difference between TLe democrat of the First ward met guish! clerical gentlemen. last evening in the First Ward meetix- house and organized. Tbe following Kauaal Iriiuiu; at Davenport. officer were elected: Prof. T. B. Lewis. John F. Ledwidge, secretary; Davenport Democrat: la ISO the president; luu-rue- , Dun treasurer; Uii.nm tai-metschool board of Davenport deci'cl to Sol Stevens. John Piueock, Joha manual ia introduce training the public Soowcroft, George Si'.ka, Ben Ternes, schools. In September of that J ear a John McMaoia, executive committee. Meeting adjourned to meet Friday, manual training school was opened, ad 11 w, ai t.jtj p. m. 11 J ear and of upward. boy mitting Entrance upon the work was optional THE OGDF.S PRODUCE EXCHANGE. with the pupils. With the idea tLat the school should be of the greatest good to the greatest number, ten clanee of fit Perfected It Orjaniiation Lat twelve pupils each were arranged so a . to give each class instruction and prac-tiionoe oer week, each aereion beic .After some preliminary talking it over one-hal- f day in length. The session wa the produce dealer met lat eight and divided into time for instruction, from bften to thirty minute; time for prac- organized TLe Ogden Produce Ex tice at the bench with tools, from one change. The a eetinj took place at the hour to one and one-hal- f hour, and time Chamber of Commerce room. for drawing with mathematical instru A. T. Waldram acted a chairman e minutes to one during the work of organization. ments, from forty-tivhour. The constitution was read and adopt The prime object kept in view was to ed section by section, aad tbea as a secure the greatest educational benefit w hole. pofvsuble without ignoring the practical The matter of electing- officers now benefit that might accrue to the individ came up and nomination for president ual; hence the methods of the school were made. were followed rather than those of the The names of Ft. C. Lundy and H. L factory. It has been the purpose to Griffin were placed before the meeting. avoid the show and glitter w hich dazzle Mr. Grimn urged tbe election of Mr. the incautious observer, and from which Lundy and this was done. 11. L Gri3tn the pupil derives but little or no benefit. whs chosen vice president. Individual instruction was given as far C. C. Barnes was elected treasurer. A, aa possible. T. Waldram. II. E. Gibson. V. W. Grace 41 58 school feet by The room, feet, and D. D. Jone were chosen directors. with a 1:1 foot ceiling, was furnished Mr. Waldram then called It C. Lundy, with six double benches for the pupils the permanent president, to the chair, and one bench for the teacher. Each and in doing so made a few remarks, ex bench was furnished with an appropriate pressing the that the Exchange set of carjienter tools. Each bench con- shall become hope a useful and successful each one tains eight drawers, large organization. Mr. Lundy, in taking the enough to aifommodute the overalls, place of presiding officer, said that he of Two two pupils. long should do all he col Id to make the Ex towels, etc., draw ing tables were constructed to ac- change a thorough success. commodate twelve pupils. Each table The question of collecting statistics to contain twelve largedrawers. Theoost show the live stock, produce and grain of the equipment, including heating and in the hands of farmers in the spring the pay of the janitor, was f712.lt. and the condition of the crops was taken The work of the grammer grades dur- up and talked over. This matter wa ing the first half of the year consisted of settled, and also that of a form of quota exercises in the UBe and care of tools, de- tions to outside parties. One purpose of this Exchange is to signated as preparatory exercises. During the last half of the year practice show to what extent material for manuwas given in milking ge (metrical forms facturing purposes can be procured of wood, triangles, squares, octagons, around Ogden. Also the extent of the etc., designated as preparatory and con-e- t selling market. Also to maintain uniu'tive exercinrs. form prices among dealers. The organiThe work of the high school pupils, zation proposes to encourage more exconfew after a preparatory exercises, tended crops where there is shortage sisted of ti e tpical forms of construc-t- i and some limitation where there is an n, also designated as preparatory and excess. constructive. Near the close of the In short, it designs to become a uiu-tuschool year many pupils were permitted aid and benefit to to dealers, conto construct simple articles of vaiue, sumers and producers. useful in the home or elsewheae. The Until the membership has reached drawing work of the first year consisted twenty in number those who join will of two pr :tice sheets, lit inches by 24 have the advantages of charter member inches, and working drawings of the ship. form mentioned above. Residents of Ogden are to be active The progress of the pupils, even with mempers and persons outside passive. the limited tiaie devoted to the work, Any business man or farmer may bewas quite satisfactory to the scholar, to come a member if elected. the parent and to the school authorities. "The great tonic, appetizer and liver The time devoted to manual training Dr. Henley s English Lan caused a very slight inconvenience in the regulator. regular school work. At the close of the del ion Tonic. E. D. T. school year an exhibit of work done attracted considerable attention. Wisdom's Famous Rohertine So well pleased was the school board with the success of the year that it was Produces a beautiful and velvet-likdecided to extend the course of study so skin to which nothing but the softness as to embrace wood tuining. Seven and purity of an infant's face can be lathes, with a compliment compared d of tools, and an electric motor were I have for sale two Restaurants, one as the equipment for the pro- iu the city aud one out. Booms ia conposed work at an expense, including nection pay more than the rent. Will heating and pay of janitor, of about for themselves in ten moths. 14.10.2 1. Pupils who hail done the hrst pay W. B. Wf.df.li. were work admitted satisfactorily year's Over Postotf.ce. to this department. At the opening of the schools, SepKemarkable Facts. tember. IS'.), so manv applicants w ished is usually supposed to disease Heart was manual to "take training" that it found necessary to provide and equip be incurable, but when properly treated three additional benehee and to increase a large portion of cases can be cured. Thus Mrs. Elmira Hatch, of Elkhart, the number in each calss to fifteen. The classes engaged in turning wore Inch, and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid divided into two sections each, one di- Mich., were cured after suffering 20 vision working at the lathes while the years. S. C. JUinburger, druggist at San other was drawing or working at the Jose, 111., says that Dr. Miles' New Heart bench thus enabling each pupil to have Cure, which cured the former, "worked one hour s nractice at the laths each wonders for his wife." Levi Logan, of week. The course of turning exersises Buchannan, Mich., w ho had heart disease consists of first, elementary forms; sec- for 30 years, says two bottles made him ond, of comoinatiocs of those forms; "feel like a new man." Dr. Miles' New maddrel and chuck Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by H. third, of work. Pupils who are proficient are al- A. Walker. Book of wonderful testilowed to cotstruct simple articles of monials free. value. The second year drawing consists of original architectural plana for Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the a plain house and working drawings of schellhaa Brewing company is the best turned work. The introduction of turn- beverage in the market. ing mollified the first year's work so that Read the Sunday Commercial. Subduring the last half of this year those scribe now. who re1S0O, began September, pupils ceived instruction and practice in the typical forms of construction. The propriety of extending the course of study so as to embrace pattern making, moulding and casting with plaster paris is under consideration, with a fair pryspect for a favorable pecision. As an indication of the interest taken by this community it may be mentioned that there have been since September, 1330,to the present time, April 1, 273 visits to the manual training school. There are those who look forward hopefully to the introduction or forging iron and steel into the course. It is a question with many cities of the size of Davenport, and of yet smaller cities, how to introduce this system of school work into the public schools successfully and economically. When teachers and school authorities visit such magnificent schools as may be seen at St. Paul, Toledo, Chicago and elsewhere, they decide that manual training is a luxury to be enjoyed by large, rich cities only. Davenport, however, has demonstrated that this necessity may be enjojed in a high degree by Qt In KiUloo o( Boms- -. smaller cities also, without being made M Imti to Standard burdensome to the community. Ita amwirjAr MTMillaneA viavax Iiu .'It. asircu .millions OT. knmaa rir mnia than Aiaa uwd th Lnitod in by State GoTrnniAQt. Uncomfortably Close. anoorwa oj uie neai or tbe lirest Unirersitit Zanzibar, April 10. An explosion oc aa th9 Strocurwt, nd most Hoalthfui Pirat, I .mam HL-jcurred today in a powder magazine ad- fe PrMjt'a D,J j . a Amraoa:n. Lime or ooaUin A1tti. Sold onlr sultan's the palace. Thirteen .u joining aa.av avsnjvau III. kuieu and wounded. Newioifc. Francisco U-- : le Lii'j ig ES a KOCH. Umi c4 ! lluan. April 11, 1891. SPECIAL EXUAGEXEXT OF THE LITEST SI CXESS. " '-- ie eic-eLen- 0 Saturday Eyenin .rrt.dl tiiirJ We fa:i to nee f o ;t rojld h OPEBA HOUSE THE SI PLUNKARD COMFY. to t, Headed by the Successful Comedian, Farmer Lewis, Supported by a Select Company of Artists, carrying their own Unexcelled Band and Orchestra. See the Street Parade of The Farmers' Band. Every member dressed as farmers and headed by Farmer Lewis himself. Prices, 35, 50, 75 cents and $1.00. Sale of seats commences today at box office. Evt-nlo?- e wood-turnin- g Troy Steal GEO. A. CRAIG, 1 37 25th St. PEOP, Mono 07 ' Remember, I am the only Laundry man in Ogden owning and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt Delivery Just a Moment, Please! Will the Largest Stock of Hardware at the Lowest Prices Interest you? If so, we would be glad to have you call and examine our goods. We have Everything New that is worth having. We are exclusive agents for QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVES, Garland and Superior Stoves and llanges, MASON & DAVIS STEEL RANGES. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF Building and Hardware, Tools Don't Forget Us. Telephone Cutlery. 21 1. MILES, STREVELL& ULMER. Branch House at Miles City, Montana, and Buffalo.Wyoming REMOVAL ! pro-curre- face-plat- Sang m vhaao. 6a Locua LST "VVnUEK 01' OUI1 GEEAT CASH SALE! Will Remove April 10th to 2351 Washington Avenue, first door north of W. H. Wright & Sons' old store. Eastern Prices on Crocker' and Glassware Before we Move. OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, 2302 Washington Ave. South-ea- st Cor. 23d St. The Schellhas Brewing Co. Have completed their new brewery and wish to inform the people of Ogden that within a few days their famous brand of beer, ROCKY MOUNTAIN AMBER, will be for sale throughout the city. This beer will be found equal to the best imported article, and it is brewed in Ogden and deserves the support of Ogden's Citizens. Brewery Cor. 19th and Lincoln Ave. Spring Styles! 1!. NEW HATS CALL 1,- ! - ATTERBUUY, D013SON & CO., Hatters and Furnishers, 306 21 Street.