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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: th People's. TLers is a display of nerve somes here Uoleaa the editors who bade All ! but prtiiLC fur aw J to tmHotj ia tLia. should be dcsMtd iiBKiaterial, fur ia lL the dumping aXateoMKiU vet fcur A UTAH. OGDEN, their ground, they er U&l U burning lasue of tb Lour all else ia to say aothicgof taring s k kl-l..emu. . k. tmm.u fchoak-fail to of afford cannot Ogdea ucjuat If Mr. Patusua is gui-i- Le Eun J1aA6 hESJtV J1MES ia the Liberal vol. ia the cos ho ia Sfekicg that light Le a large iaerea This can be doo. It is but theplaincet shed upon Lis record, is displaj kig the SB. 19. THIRSIUT. OtTOBKB duty that it be duoa. With Ogdes and nerve. Probably, however, the baSe Salt Lake City true to their colors, and affair will be hushed up. This is the kxii'tin vwvvwt. lWr Knu. c the hamlet throughout the territory ordinary course. TUf-fewtfftWutrii hu mr b tU mi-- n. 'Cu. . te awakeoed, there is a chute of ucows J' i bumum Ostot Colorado's solid citizens Las that must cot be kwt through any lack sued another for alieaatkw of Lis wife's asm. 4 iL of activity. DakwnJ ia Uweitjr at TS mu pr aMMtfc. affections, the prk b.ing set at f 100,XO. to All waantrrtioaa nbouM h To place a financial estimate upon conTHK tXJMMklUiAL ULLiiililMj IXJ, HTPNOTISM AND CRIME. CbiMta tin, Lttu. jugal love is not eacy. but as a rule, the The relation of hypnotism to crime sort that can be alienated Las too Ltt I" tab. fur (Kate! at I PoUc at ee ma declined to open to the world of value to be quoted oa the market twi-ii- T tknMffc (it Btil a. StcuaaKlaa the y are lb THE COMMERCIAL. Lateral ail FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1S90. the ucct it tfce age. reg(rka!3s produ-tirn- s oj tad dwervs to be alkntni a trial Tbere w euearthu eaptirattLf is its grandeur and eooipiric&a as aa y y. g K. tt, tw-tn- u xli-M.- fi 01. fa matter. I LIBERAL TICKET. Fur rvltcate t C KITED rwwn. ACTION. V!M:;it ial ia ileaiil to note thtU;e territorial, county and muoiti ra fully aware Liberal ooinmittw situation of th Um political t gravity f of tlto to awak prompt, neceKitjr mjJ ia the action. uniteJ ami It rott to evo of battle on the ibJoia of a of xuiuJer the full strength the enemy, In Uthh, the numerical atrength of the Peoplo" party ia suppUmientwl by tho organization of the Mormon Tkjc I! lrt hurch. Through that organization the una of the Mormon voter can be oted aa a unit To successfully meet xaoh strength and organization the Liberal party aliould act unitedly. It taunt present not only a solid front, but must make a vigorous, aggressive and c ''ntertnined flgbL ASKING FOB VOTK& Toe orgiins of tho Teoples' party are asking the support of conservative (Jen- tiloa, This they have a iierfoct right to la They cluim that to vote for the in terest of the Mormon church is to vote for the interests of Utah. If they can prove thi.4, the votes they auk should be tcmrdtHl without queHliou. Hut to demand that the- prove it, is only fair. Tlits they cinnot da There is too much to prove. It will havo to be uhown thnt the People's party is a loyal body, has leen so, and intends so to remain. It will have to bo I'how u that the Peo ple's party looks upon the state as greater than tho church, and tho con stitution us greater than a priestly fiat. It will have to be shown that tho Peo ple's party is made up of law abiding citizens for whom legislation prescribing nothing more severe than citizenship can have no tenors. It will have to bo shown that the Mormon dolegato to Congress represented Utah, and did not neglect territorial needs to lobby for the church. It will have to be shown that tho war on the masses of tho people of Utah is something more than an effort to mako thoso masses reaped a Hag that millions delight to honor. It will have to le shown that the treasonable teachings of Brigham Young are no longer indorsed by the followers of his creed, and that they expect only the rights granted any sect It will have to be shown that no groat fortunes arc being builded of the tithes exacted from thoso brought from over the sea to sweat in the fields of Zion. It wilr have to be shown that no ono individual controls tho votes of thou sands, and would bo able to turn them ovor to any political party that might bid, but that tho voters are free. It will have to bo show n that nothing akin to tho history of the past will ever darken tho future annals of Utah. It will have to bo Bhown that tho pros perity now reigning hore, the hopes of & coming greatness, did not spring to life when tho Gentiles battered down the gates of tradition and prejudice and mada thoir homes whero superstition had defied progress. If tho People's party can present the proofs, there is nothing left the Gentile conservative or radical but to retire from the contest, and leave with the Mormons undisputed, the key to Utah's destiny. - medical and legal jurisprudence, an important field of study. That such a thing as hypnotism eiiats, no one who haa investigated can deny. It haa not yet reached the plane of an exact science, but experience haa deo. onst rated that one person's will miy gain control of another'a,that there is co limit to thi control; that in fact the poe- Maur of the weaker niind may beoou.e mesmerized, incapable of exercising judgment; a helpless force. Naturally this haa already resulted in bringing hypnotism forward as a means of defers against the accusation of crime. The question naturally arises as to the feasability of distinguishing between the genuine and the simulated. An acute criminal could easily make the pretense of being or having been controlled by the will of anothernd to bear out this pretense would submit to testa the most severe. The matter is soon to be judicially ex amined. In a famous murder caae about to come to trial in Paris, the defendant. Gabrielle Bompard, will set up the plea of irresponsibility due to hypnotism. It will be extremely interesting to note the result. If the plea shall be accepted, it will become a common one. Every assassin w ill do his work while in a slate of helplessness. But clearly, if hypnotism shall be established in any particular instance, it ought to be taken as a measure of proof that tho element of malice was lacking. The mesmerized person is more at the mercy of the stronger will than a lunatic is at tho mercy of his own fancies. Tho entire subject is interesting, and in its legal phases presents muny prob- TLis circumstance teaches that the lottery law is still evaded, and that people who delight in being swindled are as th sands of the is f 10,0 U per month. sea. Tut only son of a St Paul citizen who was worth H.UJO.OO found upon the reading of the will that the old gentleman had disinherited him. The young fellow bad sown a large crop of wild oats, and it aptears that he is not to be rid of the duty of harvesting them. One of the beet speakers for the Farmers Alliance in Kansas is a woman. Her name is Mrs. Mary A. Loitse, and she is a lawyer at Wichita. Mrs. Lease is said to be a most winning orator and a terror to the opposition. The attitude of Mr. Lease on campaign issues is not mentioned. Mexico has retaliated. It has placed such a duty on American cattle that after paying it there would hardly be left the hide and tallow. Doubtless such episodes as this were foreseen by the gentlemen who formulated tbe bill, but they have not yet outlined the exact way in which to meet thorn. y London always has a scandal, but the one in which its society now revels ia a littlo out of the usual order. It is a divorce in which the Hon. Charles Par-neis named as a lie lems. may be certaiu that the eyes of tho A votk for the Liberal ticket ia a vote world will be upon him during tho ordeal, as intently aa though he wore in for Utah's advancement Parliament fighting Ireland's battles. JuixiK Goomvis's tour has resulted in Michkian editors aro trying to defeat encouraging his old frieuds, and finding Rowland Connor for Congress because many new ones. he recently tnndo the statement that the A Saw Francisco Republican has just editors of that state were for sale, and killed a Democrat A the Republican f300 apiece would buy them.' TliV'Sall is in jail the voting strength of the two Lake Herald in commenting upou tho affair simulates doubt as to whether the parties is not relatively changed. editors are incensed at Connor's accusaIt is a commonly accepted belief that tion or tho amount he named. The nethe heathen rage. The attempt of the cessity for tho added insult is not apDaerH Newt to usurp the f rerogative of parent the heathen is meeting with tolerable Stanley's admirers would bo glad to success. see him meet the charges brought OsKof the Peoplo's organs remarks against him. If they are unfounded, he that the record of Delegate Caine is could easily demonstrate the fact, and without a stain. Really, the record in ref usiil to do bo will not be well received. question seems to bo without a mark of That his accuser is dead, seems to seal tho lips of the accused, but that this any sort This is in part what ails it. should bo so, is yielding to sontimontal Tfik Indians of southern Colorado weakness. It is strange that others who were with Stanley do not declare the still continue their hostile demonstrations. The good people of Colorado still truth. Tho charges aro probably false, continue lavish in expressions of willing- or greatly exaggerated, yet in the ab sence of Hpeoifio refutation, many will ness to donate the redskins to Utah. believe them. The engine that was hauling Delegate Caine and party to Provo broke down and delayed them several hours. The oaginos hauling tho Pilgrims have behaved nobly, in accord with thoir mission. In largo and seductive type the Denver Republican announces that Senator "Teller Talks." Judged from the unbiased standpoint of an outsider that is about all the distinguished gentleman does da Since the New Orleans murder has been almost fixed upon Italian conspirators, it has become a fashion to ascribe every murder by an Italian to the Mafia edict Of course, such a fashion is not well grounded. The undertakers of Kansas have formed a combination for the purpose of driving out competition and raising With the matters that are at stake in prices. This means that a resident of the present campaign there is no room that state cannot even enjoy at a reasonfor consideration of anything by the able llgure, the poor luxury of dying. Liberals but the attainment of Buccess Thero is no time for indifference. There The Chamber of Commerce nas only is no excuse for jealousy. Above all, to follow tho course it has mapped out, thoro is no shadow of pretext for with- to accomplish a great and lasting work holding the warmest support. for Ogdon. Tho organization deserves This city and Salt Lake are the cen- not alone the moral support but the actral points of Liberal strength. All this tive of every business man strength must be gathered. If it shows in the city. apathy it must be roused. Now is the opportunity to take such a step forward Hints that this campaign will be the as shall be a token of earnestness, and a last on the line of the present issue in inspiration of hope for success in cam- Utah, are premature and savor of dis paigns to follow. Salt Lake City and regard for tho best interests of the terOgden aro on a common footing of com- - ritory. The old parties should not be rcial and social interest Let the allowed to intrude. There is no need of Liberals remember it now. them. Judge Goodwin is a Republican. Thk Democratic candidate for goverMany of his closest adherents are Democrats. In the ranks may be found nor of Pennsylvania, Robt. E. Pattison, He has every political faith. Tho elements do haa been accused of bribery. cot clash. Thore is a common purpose. caused the arrest of those bringing the Tliore are only two parties in Utah and accusations, on chargo of criminal libel. NO TIME FOB JEALOUSY. wife of a lottery for divorce- - She suit has nian brought alleges that the income of her ho&band la Kansas City, the ll MESS OPINION. The Affable Man. Boston Herald: If you see anybody who is more affable than usual just ask him what he is running for. An Excellent Lecture. Kansas City Star: Speaking of Mrs. Leslie's lecture, let it 1)0 noted that her exhibition of diamonds, like "A. Ward's snails," was worth double the prico of admission. And Dyspepsia Rages. Pueblo Chieftain: Ono concern in Washington manufactures 10,000 pies per day. The proverbial American fondness for pie seems still to exist at the national capital. The Voice of Prophecy. Salt Lake Times: Signs multiply that the day for the readjustment o Utah politics on notional party lines ia fast approaching. The present congressional election is the last one on the old division. Missed a Chance. Grand Junction Star: The fools are not all dead yet and it is questionable whether the one who tried to fly in Denver Sunday afternoon is any greater than the ones who went to see the performance. What a harvest the fool killer would have had there. Why People Want Goodwin. Provo Enquirer: Though it may seem a broad assertion, yet we say it advisedly, few if any legislators have ever entered the portals of the capitol with more trying responsibilities resting upon them than those that have devolved upon the delegate from Utah. To Reform England. Helena Journal: The scheme devised by General Booth of the Salvation Army for doing away to some extent with the want destitution, degradation and injustice which are rampant in England, haa excited much attention. The London Daily News confesses that nothing can be done for the souls of the millions until something is done for their bodies. "This scheme," it says, "is one One of Its Pronieeaa. Rionx City Journal: TLe Goorfia editor isbeooaiingdueourafd over one .if tl mftnW ,ifki.LM. ll:l.l pretests. lie says: Tbe kmer we rua a newspaper and rite about people asd events the aiure e realize, bow utterly impoaftibie it is to every man oa the spot here he ltcLee the no4." The Trust to Bust. Denver Republican: ItseeostLat the attempt to revive the sugar trust will end ia failure. The di&culty is to form an organization wLx-- mould Late a legal cxieteocL This is fortunate. The sugar trust was an nil It was nothing bore nor ke than a eutnbioatiun to Ued the people for the benefit of tbe men interested in the organization. Its dissolution and tbe failure to revive it ill prevent similar attempts in many other c&ae. An Admitted Mistaka. Lake Tribune: The brethren are Salt sulking in their tents. Th terrible mistake of nominating John T. Caine is becoming more apparent every day. He was a mistake from the first, and addwl terms but lend force to the plea of the brethren who have always insisted that bis caliber was not big enough for the place. As a mere Church missionary or agent, however, as long as there sere not enough people here to make any alarming row over the utter neglect of public interesta, his failure was not bo conspicuous. But now that the Saints are confronted with the blank which ought to be tiled with uwful deeds, they acknowledge the utter folly of again bringing him to the front It was bad politics for the Saints; they could not possibly otherwise have done anything so good for the Liberal cause. b NEWS OF THE t4 : I DEAD! NO! Our Prices keep life in our business. Our LarG New Line of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Wraps aro Marked on a Low Margin ofInducement profit.we will Very But for an Extra Bargpinand allow you a 5 percent Discount on about $5oo.o which we carried worth ot Good Quality over from l ist season. Hxtra Good Bargains for people who do not care to keep up to all the late fads and changes which are constantly taking place. It will do you no harm to look at our goods before you buy. We are in aposition and have the ambition to undersell all com- Cloaks il CLARK & SONS, Washington Ave. H'3(Y2 WALLACE, SMUIN (INCOIU'OUATEDJ Successor to WALLACK WEST. Montana. The picture store of J. D. Wilson at Butte was destroyed by tire involving a loss or f2,0U0 with f70U insurance. Jack Salmon, recently convicted at Butte of having been concerned in the Donaldson jewelery robbery last April, was sentenced to four years in the penitentiary. A f 10 bill was presented for deposit to Geo. B. Child, cashier of the Helena Second National bank, last Saturday, which proved on inspection to lie a il raised to 10. Tho Pacific Express company shipped eleven bars of Blue Bird bullion, valued at about $17,000. and seven bars of Moul-ton- , of an estimated valueof $10,0(k) from BuUe Tuesday. The Helena sports who went to Butto Snnday to back Graham against Anderson in'the sprinting contest all went broke. It was a great race, however, and the Helena crowd was anxious for another dash. Miss Katio Williams, a young woman of 28 years, registered at the Cottage Hotel, Butte, a few days ago. Wednesday she was taken ill with pneumonia and died Sunday. She has a brother at Great Falls. State Tieasurcr Hickman went Li Butto to preside over the laying of the corner stone of the new Masonio Temple at. Wnllrprvilln. Amor? fhe other nroin- inent Masons of Helena who attended were Cornelius Hedges, B. W. S. Folk and W. T. Boardman. plunged a dagger into the bowels of a fellow Mongol, was arraigned in ine fihartroH with murder in the first iWree. and nleadod not truiltv. His preliminary hearing was set for today. The jury in the Alma Love case, at Rntttt nflAr rAtnnininff out seventv-twhnura wna onllfwt into court on Kundnv afternoon and discharged, having been unable to reacn 8n agreement, ine jurors are reported to have stood six in favor of conviction and six for acquit tal. About forty of Helena's citizens went out to Toole's road house Sunday Bfter-noo- n and put up 2o0 to witness a slugging match between two local sluggers. The piincipalu were Ramsey (colored) and Jack Stone, two men who occasionally fight to replenish their depleted purses. M. T. Kelley, a Montana Union switchman, in attempting to jump from a platform onto a moving train, at Anaconda, miscalculated the speed of the train and fell between the cars, meeting instant death. Kelley's homo was in Homes-dalPa,, but it is thought that he had friends in Montana. The laying of the corner stone of the new Masonic building in Walkerville was a nota'lo event. The ceremonies were performed by the Masons and tho Odd Fellows, each order laying a corner stone of the new building, and each fraternity will bear an equal outlay of its construction and lodge room appointments. Colorado. The presence'.of Utes in Routt county is still a source of annoyance to the settlers and stockmen. In the Babcock murder case at Glen-woo- d Spriugs, Judge Rucker sentenced Babcock to eight years' imprisonment. Sheriff Thomas has gone to Canon City with the prisoner. Six carloads of steel arrived at the end of the track Tuesday for the Rio Grande Junction road. That amount of steel will lay 8,800 feet or one and three-quartmiles of track. n Pueblo merchants were made the victims Saturday evening of three forgers, who raked in about $200 by their bold work. Isaac Schwartz is known to be one of the men, and the other two are known to sight Harry Forrester, alias George Evans, alias S. H. Combe, has been arrested in Denver by Chief Loar on a change of obtaining money under falso pretences. He is a colored man who begged money for fictitious publio charities and pocketed all he got Superintendent Saunders, of tho Rio Grande Junction, was in Grand Junction Monday. He stated to a representative of the Star that the offices of the superintendent and roadmaster would be located in Grand Junction, that the time between Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction would be made as short as possible, and that they hoped to make the run from the Springs to that city in two hours and twenty o & CO., &c TAVEY. WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions. VThoIwalo Trr Oondu Hnne ia Oeden. and The Oily COOPS ALL NEW AND WELL SELECTED. the Largort in the WE COME NOT Here to talk. Our prices are more eloquent than First-clas- s Goods many words. If Low Prices and have We space to are any object, we have them. quote only a few of our many bargains: bath towel, 50c; worth 75c A 26x An extra large batn towel, a nummer, tor 35c. towel, extra large, 30c, worth jjoc. An A liPnictitrhfH hnnrlkrrchiff. c.r; worth IOC. v A hemstitched handkerchief, 3 for 25c; regvf price, 45c A Turkey red table cover, 60c; regular price) Men's heavy cctton hose, 10c; worth 15c. Hard wood toothpicks for 5c a box. Two papers carpet tacks for 5c. 24 sheets good writing paper for 5c. 24 envelopes lor 5c. And everything in proportion. Come and see for yourselves. 54-in- ch all-lin- en OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, No. 2302 Washington Avenue. ova rco FROM KINDS UNO $10.00 TO tillS Sl&.M THE 8ENUIKE A A. Ii V .tin ; All THIS TMK MUr. e, Now on Exhibition in the Boyle Block. MILES, STREVELL & ULMER. A LARGE: -- AXD- COMPLETE LINE OF Half-a-doze- M Hoi k litIIS -- AT- THE COMMERCIAL OFFICE No. 2404 Washington Avenue. OGDEN.