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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OUDEX DAILT COMMEHCiAL: Sl'XUAV, MARCH !, 1831. 01 CITY SCBOOLS. erw4 ia its piac a similar L&ot m os !aii aveciu. Uut perhaps ot editor proportues, to oxrtajdue the Tn TV Wevtt CarkW. facilities of ibe preaott ity for thec actio of rvcrythiag Vxt will prod river. buna of to the suterUl sreifar covJbrt And the next aeercry I would coo hu lil- of wiarifaj are aiaaost "'"''M aat sier is tie recta ot ts ruum nw the Cectral actsaui Uuli-i- wbern Syrep f Figs was nC prodacei c LV.v round, to aouosusa vorU was ewrirhrd wiA the es-'date the larger mud iwr rwi'iig a umbers the ia the suutavest porttoa of U city, and perfect bxativ kaova, as it is the aly odd cert consider the deenuku of rested whkk ia troly pleasing aaj the old frame sheJl oc Grant avenue, to tbe taste aad procapt aal aad Tcty-third- , effort b1 to cVsasr the system geatlyU and soak this beautiul tot still atore aay ties beutif id, by the erecooa of a budding th Spxiaf tine or, ia fact, atanore r beooaii&g to the Juration and surround-- I aad tbe better it is kaeva the it becomes. uectjoa this buikLij last beyupu THE HOT SPRINGS coo-da- a4 hdd-Uj- lfOET MOSTHLY OF fclPEElS TESDEST fcHILLlSS. lMroemeati M4e aal Prop! for Ikrrf4lnr Our Ldsra-tionF&rilitk. ul u j y Hotel and Baths re-fre- pop-oli- OJc TotLsBotrJ of Education U City: GtsTLtMtx: tL In printing to tchout you month! or of tie preaent report h r. I deair to call fcftb. yr tta-tioatot- fart that vhik thu report show th maximum cumber present at aoy tim durlcj the Smooth to La near to iu) pupiU, you remember that the first month's report abowed bat a fear over 1,700, tbua showing a deckled increase in the five month a. Conaiuerbc tbe disadvantages under which ve labored in starting in with tbe achools In July last, under an entire new school lav, and with the large number of children of school age which our rapidly increasing population brought so suddenly upun us, there being 33jO children of school age, and with school room facilities for less than balf this number, and the building containing these rooms having been built in years Ist, when the requirements mere not so great, I think the schools show very material advancement and prosperity. We were compelled to make material alterations to all the buildings in the district but two, in order to meet the emergency, and accommodate more pupils each. The alterations made in the buildings, by partitioning them off into more equal apartments, gave us an increased capacity over the previous ver of about pupils, to which, in addition to the two rooms so kindly furnished us by the city in the City HalL were added the four roouiB of the Episcopal school building, which the board was so fortunate as to secure. And with these additions we found our schools so crowded, soon after beginning, that we were comsessions in pelled to resort to half-dathe primary departments, compelling one-haof the pupils to attend in the forenoon and tbe other half in the afternoon, and then to cast shout for more school room, and in this I discovered that the board was quite fortunate in being in possession of ground upon which to erect more buildings and in rather favored localities, to be made available for pupils living in various directions in our city of magnificent distances. A little inquiry, and experience, also, taught me that to secure safety to our buildings and school property, jan itors should be quarteredln close proximity to them, and with this idea in view was suggested the building of cheap and economical school rooms'at the rear ends of some of our more favorable school lots, to be used for schools until such time as should be erected on the front of these lots, - suitable modern buildings of proper dimensions for schools. When these temporary buildings could be used for janitor's quarters. The board very wisely acted upon this plan, and as a result there has been built in the rear of the large lot in the First ward, a janitor's house of two rooms, by reason of which we gained one school room there which had been occupied by the janitor, thus giving us three school rooms in this much-needelocality, where before there had been y cause ot the schools ui tbje vicinity being lees crowded and apparently pups unprovided fur in this direction. 1 could suggest more improveI think the cancments than these, ers of the district would in the near future justify them; but those sectioned I consider absolute necessities, and should receive attecuoa as soon as possible. I have met with some difficulties by reason of idle and unoccupied boys, running the streets, and interfering with school children in the school yards and vicinity more notably in the vicinity ot the Central schooL But a few arrests and bringing into pol.ee court of some ot the culprits has bad a salutary effect, and no more trouble is experienced from this source, and in this connection I mould respectfully suggest to the board the advisability of at an early date looking to some method ot enforcing the compulsory school law, by which the parents or guardians of these idle children, as well as others who come under the law, may be compelled to send them to school each year, as the law directs. itur dl d but two. We also erected on the rear of the Madison avenue lot a building containschool rooms, ing two moderate-sizeand although cheaply and economically built, they are, in point of utility, the beet school rooms we have in the citv. Wfaleo erected on the lot at wound Fort a building of one rooi. similar in Madison aveevery respect, to tho nue, and with these additions we found we were still short of accommodations for our pupils and this most notably in th nmith western nart of the city where was discovered the greatest number of children of school age unprovided for, and, the boars! owning no ground in this direction, I made very favorable arrangements with Mr. G. W. Child for. the erection of a buildingjin. street, between Grapt-an-d Twenty-nint- h similar in sjz&and con- Lincoln avenues, struction to those or Madison avenue, with the payment of a rental of $30 per month for two years, and upon the first day of opening every seat was rilled, and with no apparent diminution . of the number of pupils in the other schools. About this time the people living in the vicinity of Broom's bench petitioned for better school facilities. Those at Mound Fort and liynne, being so far as to be nearly inaccessible, and ' away manifesting a desire to assist us in they this, we experienced little difficulty in with them, by which they built us a very commodious building, by us paying a reasonable rental, and which opened with forty-liv- e scholars, and the rooms at Lynne and Mound Fort still containing their full number. This is the last addition of buildings made, and all that the present state of finances will permit; yet when pupils are in their usual health and in regular at-- . tendance every room is crowded, and more would attend did we bare accom modations for them, which shows the necessity of the almost immediate erection of new. commodious and improved in localities. school buildings permanent . i . . . i . calculated to aocommoaaHJ me largest number of nuniis. Ogden is not alone in the matter of having insufficient accommodations for her school children, for in New York city tndav. not to mention other localities, there are 14,000 children of school age without school accommodations not so much from lack of school buildings as to their being disadvantageous located, ntAilini? unon children the necessity of too much travelling to get to them, and in this connection I would most earnestly rannm mend the tearing away of the old brick structure on the front of the Madi-n- n avenue lot which is, at best, but a rookery, and entirely unfit to be occu pupus anu m us pied by teacner or brick building, castead erect a modern the large and of accommodating pable : u r i r v itou.u. increasing pupuiuium T wnnld also recommend the tearing v of the old rock building at Mound Pnrt which is not only unsightly and inconveniect, but unhealthy, and has and have long since served its purpose, d two-roo- one-roo- m . ARE Offde n, rub. Condnrted s Uetiectfully submitted, W. N. Shilij.vo, Supt. Announcement. Five Points. The public is informed that Richey's undertaking parlors are fully equipped with a large and select stock of burial La grippe is not so popular. Miss Etta Clark is slightly ill. casea and caskets. A full line of ladies' genta' and children's robes. All calls promptly attended to day or night F. A. Cook has symptoms of la grippe. Real estate sales are thick and heavy. Five Points is considering "Emma Editor McCormlck, Juch." 1 front " making a successful J Dr. Taplin record. I W. B. Wedell w as doing busi T yesterday. Miss Mabel Winters, of R Montana, is the guest of A. C. Palmer. C. F. Benson leaves ia . LakecitT. '"visruin.' .. liis UL . mom a. i experience. roBTtAJfD. Ore- - March 26. Having a tried the celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea, i we cheerfully bear witness to its bene- fMRl agency in affections of the urinary orVi ana. it is simple, sate ana sure; it is ly taken and restores healthy vital o the organs it is intended to operate L n with assured success. S. J. McCoRinw: Editor Catholic Sentinel, i V ak Pi-- e 'yitTTVjfeHcial Prof. Godat, ii8te 6t dancing and formerly ot Detfer and Leadville, was a pieasant g0n his old acquaintance .... " " ,, MARKETS. Railroad and Steamship ,. Because it will give you an appetite, regulate the bowels and cleanse the BUTCHERS. Meat, Poultry and Fish tem of all impurities. Dr. Henley a Eng lish Dandelion Tonic. Sold everywhere. &Brog-elman- Stops Falling Hair. Is a Preventive of Baldness. ) Bald Heads. City Office at Cream City Moat Market, 25th St. ALL KINDS OF SAUSAGE Is an Exquisite Toilet Article. Is Free from all coloring matter. A ( Tmde t L. rienJ prompt D atten- - I preparation. Nature's Own Remedy. Choice Meats of all kinds. Poultry, Fmli arid Game in season. We handle none but the choicest goods. Satisfaction guaranteed. Goods Delivered Free. Our order wagon will call for orders if desired. French and English spoken. Give us a trial. -- German Cal I at 366 Balcs TIIE- Kestaurant, WALTJIH BKAND, PRO. 24th St., Near cor. Grant Ave, B. 2327 WALL AVENUE, OGDEN. Twenty-fourt- St., li NEW YORK, 24th Street, Next to Thomas Bros. L. r Factor v and Salesrooms, Skookum Bool Hair Grower Go. ARRET HOUSE, A. E. WtTBEHBl. I It is an honest and tueritoriows pof Sat. by sil Diuggit. ENTKRPKISE M Largest Confectionery Manufacturers ii Utah. mark rrguttrtd.) JOHN WALSH. B. DOBE, mi Jobbers. Contains no Mineral or Vegetable Poisons SPECIALTY. All orders by mail ... ornwire . i i i hu Grows Hair on Foot of Twentieth St. OF Importers U Grows Hair Rapidly. Eradicates DandrnfT. Sausage Works! MAKING in vfx x -- ; Skookam oot Hair Grocjaer. CHICAGO Sub- - Havana Brier, ROBERT BROGELMAN (Successor to Fritz l ffl. h IN DEALERS sys Offden Will Have tbe Iron Works With them and the Ogden Steam Laundry Ogden can furnish employ ment to many more lauores. We have, invested Tex Thocsand dollars in the latest improved machinery especially adapted for firework and when running at our full capacity can furnish employment for seventy-fiv- e to . . iuu people. W e will give you a better grade of worn at the same price (Tor cash only) than you have ever had done in the west. Do Ion Kow that there are 200 Chinese engaged in laundry work in Ogden? Just think how many needy and deserving white girls would be given employment u au tnis woru was sent to the Ogden Steam Laundry. l ou nine Know wrist chances you take in patronizing the leper infested race. Smell of your clothes after they come from one of those diseased dens a dog would die in thirty minutes if contiued m one of their loathsome hovels. Their mouths are foul with disease, yet you will use a napkin, towel or hand kerchief which they have sprinkled with saliva, and wear clothes impregnated with leprosy and opium. lsit one ot their uens and on your way home stop at the Ogdca Steam Laundry and leave your orders. We have fonr vragone and will call for and deliver vour laundnr oromntlv. We do not use Acid, Chloride of Lime, or any other bleach injurious to clothes, Visitors welcomed Friday afternoons. 1 ours for good work, Oc.nr.x Steam Lacxdrv Co. Telephone 173. 433, 23th st. w J Railroad Tickets Bought, Bold and Ki changed, to all point.. ALL TICKETS (iCAB- ANTEKD, Street 316 Twenty-fiftTelephone 201, Money to Loan! Try our Pure Lard, manufactured by our- Money to loan on Diamonds, Watches, selves sod you will never use any other. for etc.. Unredeemed pledges Jewelry, Hail orders and wholesaling a special businesf Twenty-fourt- h sale cheap. 204 and 206, Twenty-fift- h street. oa. St with "Take it Before Breakfast." l Broker'! Association. Wholesale and Retail '. Smoke Cnrrenters Gath cent citffirs. tbe NT C. H. Greenwell & Bros. ,s, ' Read the Sunday Commercial, scribe now. THE HOT SPRLXGS GEORGE W. JONES, American Ticket Member of .... suits. to-da- y. I Points drum corps is and the public appn !mnK, advancement perhaps more tne band. . . 3 i Koot & Beeson receiveu a litre addi tion in me arug uue jwwiui among which was the famous "Swedish Bitter8 that have created ip little suLpj. m eaaieru couuu re TVi Oregon Kidney Tea is guar- Motor runs through, cars from Broom Hotel corner. Our Baths are Sure Cure for La Grrippe, when taken in time, and with care not to cat cli cold after. Our Sunday Dinners are of the highest order. Come out and try one anteed to cure all forms of Kidney troubles. xaKe it in tune. yfinnuaily. df" J rection. r tr A ShwtlirT is recovering of la 8'ippeand a combing . A man widely and favorably known throughout the Pacific coast, gives his atb From Kidney Disease end- the unfortunate and untimely : rg oi mousanusj oi me American i jwupm- atrtK-ito- a CaOO ! HEABT ACADEMY, SACKED book-keepin- Services at the new west school this evening. Mr. A. J. Cropsey is convalescing, The street cars should be - double decked. The military band iscoiiiiuJ to the CONDITION! FIRST-CLAS- S Come Out and Try Them d sen-ice- I.T et by tbe Sisters . of tbe Holy Cross. Ia a boarding and day school devoted to the education of young The efficiency attained in the schools ladiea and little girls. In addition to a and the improvements made thus far, I practical English course and deem is due to the w isdom of the board thorough classes in type Latin, in having been so fortunate in obtaining are conducted writing and short-hanths services of a gentleman of so vastex- - after the latest approved methods. scholarly attainments as French and German are optional studies. Prience and I 'age. and I consider that it Besides the elements ot drawing which having been our tint year's experience are taught in all the classes, private under an entire new school law, with pupils in the 6tudio receive instruction many alterations to make, and a vastly in crayon, pastel, painting in oil and increased population to provide for, that water colors, on China Bilk, satin and the board is to be congratulated that velvet. the schools are in their present progresIn the musical department lessons are sive condition much of which is also given in vocal music, and on piano, harp, due to the excellent corps, of teachers, guitar, organ, violin, mandolin and whose you were so fortunate in rather. Special classes in art, music, obtaining, and who have labored intell- fancy work, etc., have been formed for igently, heroically and uncomplainingly ladiea residing in the city. to assist in bringing the schools to their For further particulars apply to Sister progressivs condition. Superior, Ogden, Utah. lf ' The Grcatot Mrike. Aaaocg the great strikes that Jt Dr. Xliiea ia discovering hie New Heart Core has proves itaclf to be one ot the iiKjfct iaapurtast. The demand for it baa Leooco astonishing. Already the treat-meof heart disease is being revolutionized, and aoany unexpected cures effected. It soon relieves short breath, fluttering, pains ia side, arnie, shoulder, weak aad hungry spells, oppreasiuo, swelling ot anklea, smothering and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book oa Heart and Nervous diseases tree. Tbe un- equaled New Heart Cure ia sold and guaranteed by tt- - .v. alker. Also tna Restorative Nervine for headache, tita, sprees, hot Hashes, nervous chills, opium habit, etc. And see the Fine Line of Men's and Boy's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, CLEAN NEAT, OYSTER Just received AND SHORT ORDER HOUSE at- - Boston Meat Market. Sunday Dinner from 4 to 6 p. m. i KINDS Fresh Moats, Fish. Poultry and 3430 GRANT AVK, OGDEX. Game in Season. Orders taken at oor door, and snndjjMiv- mmt tn inr t..rt ..F ll,. itx- I'HOMIT specialty. Our Meat DKIjIVKHY VaKi is a Market on wheels which calU wat so that you mat selrt y,0.r your hone icxmU. It rims north of Ski St. on Washington Avcnne ami the lipneli. - '1VL Ma. I. yUll "Washington Ave. eta h MrnM tt omr !TtW ibtf 9f 4k. n4 hooriblr. thorn Of ithr Tounf or om, and tm tbHr 0rn loolitl. m hrt rm thty Any oae rmm do tk work. Emv to learn. can 4rot No rttk. T WUrt moamit, or ail jowt Hnw ta th work. Thia tt tn jvpr apart ntirtlf atw lati And brtnft wondtrfttl ttioeaM to awry wofktr. BtirlBumara amrainf from tk to IMpwwk aad aawarda, ad bmhv attar a iittit irwitoca. Wa aa fttraik foa tba am B)oTwot anJ latest 7 m ftjtW, hi tntrato tiptata hera. fait fZtoamM riUUu TKI VA MONEY Wfnidirrrtiof Hit Totem House Clo 0 fusHdly tc. y. iO.! liiK. Pine Tailoring Made a Specialty..