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OflDEX OAILV COMMERCIAL: ire abolt ram and tte truth t a c'jux and g oa to U grand things U prugr. ( e. LAST SOLEUN RITES. boct cooa r uru. W. IL Hun ey upox H this m a Mrja ambush as JTDuE rX&HAWS OIEVUES The RuMifAna Will Hold a denied that the charged by Sit Lk Tribune. H TODAY. a prepared to acxwpt the aasuraneesof Mass Mwtlur. icb Biec m Rich, Cdob and Darid Kay in foud faith. It would not do for thwu to act in bad ftilB as it would r Tk Body Will Lie la Mite-- Th A FIXE PEOGRAM WITH IT. act bpuc them in an orersbefcbitif suan-teKeriirf W ill be at 2 p. m. 'But be sure that there u bo of Lad faith Barul at Mountain View. possibility of inch a 11 sstar-dafrit that Lb It Will I U tk brand Lrig attempted. uoreuiect mill L!p the inter! vt Evtniur-Xonu- ua Good . Judge PrchVs funeral will take Lull. llev. liiily aid that he found La aa place this afternoon at 5 o'clock. etern religious paper the statement TLs funeral sermoa will be conducted a Mormon that this movement is m Ths Pepublican club met Ut niht in trick. He hoped that stly eastern people by Ker. Jayce, ho is filling the place of Iter. i. W. If ill is his absence from the will soon get their eye open and corad journed session to bear report of and transact sucb otW liusi- - rectly understand the ca. He aid city. the Mormon had ones letting The procession probably will out leave EStiS U Diiht Cuwe up. the Gentiles come Uto the territory but fur the eemetery until after 3 o'clock Ths maet Lx4T cklld to order by they understood it better do and really President Baldrie, ho remarked that desire to have them come. It enriches ami may not be expected at the burial 3:3l p. ui. it wai a very bad night but ba desired and builds up I'tah. The Mormon grounds until now thinks, and will grow to at ill Owing to the muddy conditions of the that those ho had been faithful in church better understand, that it is not in any roads any attempt at marching in pro coming out to take front seats and aid in danger from the business and politics ceaeioa will probably be out of the questhat are coming in. The Mormons are tion. Those who go to the cemetery making tiucjrs lively. Ha called for tha lists of th commit- too clear sighted to try to continue in will Lav to do so in carriages or by the power as a church, aa thkt fact would motor train which will probably run teemen who had been soliciting member- drire away the ery prosperity they de- out. The Ogden City band will be present in uniform. ship. A vary respectable addition was sire. The interment will take plate in BKX i RICH mad to tha rolL Tha minutes were then Ben E. Rich was culled upon and said Mountain View cemetery and the motor red by tha secretary and approved. The committee on constitution and by-- that when he decided to be a republican tracks pass right by the gates. Mrs. Vreshaw did not reach the city reported, through Mr. Murphy, ho that be consulted with no bishops or any acted instead of J. S. Painter, who w as other Mormon officer about it, (Applause yesterdsy aa expected, but it was too unwell to be present. The report and he sincerely desired a division on thought that she would certainly arrive was read and was taken up for adoption national lint. In toe past all the some time last night, probably at 3:30 a. m. on the I'nion Pacific. ed .tT -- r. ft-i- t e 3it y eooi-inittee- d DEft-NU- section by section. kamim; in it. Section one, as reported, proposed the name of "The Republican Club of Mr. Rich moved to make the Og den." ratne-T- he Republican Club of Weber County," because the club desires to organize the county as one solid American county. Rev. A. J. Bailey suggested that branches of the club can be organized in the county. Wm. Farrell opposed the motion and favored confining theclubto OgJen. , A. B. Johnson thought that too large n organization would look as though Ogden were trying to run things. J. E. lfcigley thought the question depended on the one whethe; the club is to be the central county organization or not If this is to be the republican organization of the county it might be proper to call it the county club. Otherwise it would ba better to let the outside neighborhoods have their own clubs and call it the Ogden club. David Kay supported the motion. Mr. Rich again favored making the club cover the county and have all republicans of the county work together. W. H. Harvey thought a club is not a party, he moved as a substitute that the name be as it heads the membership rolls: "The Republican Club of Ogden and Weber County." F. J. Hendershot argued that the meeting is able to decide this question and what it votes should be done. Dr. Thorburn stated that there is now a Republican central committe of the county. On a vote the proposition to make the name include Weber county, carried by a large majority. Applause. The section was adopted as amended. Section tvro was adopted by unanimous consent. Section three was referred back to the committee for reconstruction, after discussion, owing to objection to it on the ground of the way it was worded. Sections four and five were adopted without opposition. Section six was taked up and adopted with amendment, and the balance of the constitution was referred to the next meeting for further action. churches and everybody else had joined together to down the Mormons, who, therefore, oould do nothing else but stick together. The authority of the bishops in politics has been greatly overestimated. And in saying so he stated he represented Jmany other members of the church. Mr. Rich's remarks were very positive and pointed, and were received with very decided demonstrations of enthusiasm. Dr. Condon was called upon but said he declined to follow Ben Rich. Laughter. Dr. Corey urged that all arrangements for the mass meeting should be mode as soou as possible so the republican roll can be printed w ith the call. The meeting then adjourned to meet at the Grand opera house on Saturday-eveninnext. W.H. Wright & Sons' The committee named to arrange for a Republican mass meeting at the Grand opera house reported by Dr. Corey that the house has been secured for Saturday, March 7th, and gave details of the program, which included speakers, music and other details. This report was accepted with evidences of satisfaction. David Kay, for the committee on finance for the opera house meeting, reported the situation all right C. C. Robinson, for the committee on providing speakers for the regular meetings of the club, reported that the duty has been attended to and speakers will be on hand at future meetings. Mr. Murphy was then called upon for Borne remarks. He said he could make a speech but would not do so on this occasion. He thought the time was ripe for Americanizing the"poltics of Utah and ihat the present movement will prove an entire success. Frank J. Cannon was called out. He said he was surprised at the outcome of the work of getting names to the roll. All the democrats have made up their minds when asked but the republicans are thinking and studying ana are not so ready. He said the democratic leaders are all too nearly on the level of the men who run the slum politics in New York. Cleveland finds out some common, everyday matter and proclaims it as a great discovery, while Jim Blaine I Applause. soars past on swift wings (HAMISEU OF COMMERCE. Notice to Members to Meet at 1 :.'i0 to Attend the Funeral. At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce February 21tb it was unanimously resolved "that the members of the Chamber in a body attend the funeral of S. M. Preshaw." In accordance with the above resolution, ail members of the Chamber of Commerce are requested to meet at the rooms of the Chamber on Sundav, March 1st, 1311, at 1U10 o'clock, to perfect the voice of the resolution. David Evans, President. Jxo. W. McWiluam, Secretary. CASE OF GIGANTIC GALL. au Intellectual Young Man Worked a Box of Clears. Edwin Opdyke, chief clerk in the Union Pacific offices, has discovered the existence of a "brother" heretofore unknown, and if this appeal should by chance meet bis vision, it is Edwin's earnest entreaty that he call around, when he finds leisure, and swap old traditions and legends of How tinue their Removal Sale at the OldStand the updyke unto March yoth. 2355 Washington Av. SPREADING THE ORGANIZATION. THE BIO MEETING. journing brothers in good standing are commanded to meet at Castle hail on Sunday, March 1st. at 1 p. m to attend the funeral of S. M. Preehaw, our late C. V.IIT)iAttit,C.C. brother. H. IL Spenckk, C. C. Company will con- The committee on membership reported fine progress. The committee on outside organization reported through Ben E. Rich. Meetings have been held outside of the city, one at Mound Fort and one at West Weber. The lal ;er was quite successful and numerous Republicans were found in that neighborhood. Other appointments for meetings have been made. The report was received with enthusiasm. Notice to Knights of Pythias. All members of Ogden Lodge, No. 2, and (ueen City Lodge No. 7, and all so- Free Public Meetiujr be held at the county court house A Will tomorrow (Monday) evening at 8 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of organizing a lodge of a new society. Ladies and gentlemen admitted on an equal footing. School ma'ams especially invited. Let everybody come and bring his girl for half an hour. The deputy supreme president will address the meeting. Dark Complexion Row. Bob Martin made a pretty loud disturbance at a colored rendesvouson Friday night as a result of being drunk. He was thrown out bodily and to get even he threw a liquor bottle through the glass door from the outside. He was arrested yesterday by the A sheriff and taken before Judge Gideon at his office. Prompt Payment of Insurance. The many friends of the late C. L. Hollingsworth will be pleased to learn that Mrs. Hollingsworth has just received throngh W. N. Shilling, of the Utah National Bank, 95,000 from the North Western Masonic Aid association of Chicago, life insurance on Mr. Hollingsworth, and when it is considered that only about 3150 had been paid out in premiums, it will, indeed, prove a great boon to a deserving family. It is not many weeks since Mrs. C. B. Payson received from the same association $2,500 on the life of her late husband, so well and favorably known in Ogden, and, although he carried insurance in two other society companies, the Masonic Aid was the first to make payment, which not only shows this company to be safe and reliable, 'but prompt in its remittances to beneficiaries. SPECTACLES. SIWIUY. trn liuLd i o'clock Uet iu 11 horse train to be ta about 3 o'clock this lV EBTIC3. CocgrecaaoDai Ckuron. Irt. H. A. Jtaur,. rMW Sundar. March 1. Praliirv ba the pastor at 11 o'clock a. to. and I'M Sunday et haul at 12:15 bl bb. A Christian EoiWnir at !. n Bi cordial invitation to alL suo-tiu- j 5 ll lr.r tirrj iwuj Elected a Secretary. Cfaurcn. The buard of directors of theChamber of Commerce me: Ut night. President lUL'aia. Faur.J Seriees at 11 a m. n,l T "Vi Evans in the chair, to make a choic uf Sabbath school at L2:JJ p. na. Yooaa secretary. A balot being taken it w as meeung at u U n. bl. pcopi found that IL L. Howe bad a uajoritv of niMMKNianr meetimr at 1M n m the votes am was declared elected. The JOfcUM McCLam, Pastor. board then adjourned untd the regular meeting on Thursday, March 5, 1jL CarUtiaa t'karra. rVesbj-terta- the BRIDGE. Wet Weber aud Materi ill art Initcd. lELIGIors mitted and Ukaa under ndviaeact. a P-J. J.buiiivaa ra. X. Tanner, Jr, to set aside order submitted and taken under adretueet. Jones ra. Jeaaec aaie on execution stayed until peodiag atotion m heard. Five Points Congregational aury A- - Lioag ra. Ciubcd Band, de- SundavachocJ at Chapel. hin r murrer to complaint aubmitled and by Mrs. L. M. Bail at " o'clock p. aw taken under advisement. invited. m !OX to Mebeea bajta ro, & W. bcutt et at, akoUua fur judgesMct on (reading sub- iscjg. Well Dune, FaiUfal ScrtauL ii Ogdrti Las just ciuwtd the fiscal tax year. Mr- - Cms, a, the Uu tax eolltfctur, turned orer the money for all the taxes WvmJ. all of whieh had been paid sate thoee against a few puor people to whom Mr. Cassis gave a short on his own keouunt. but paid the city in f ulL hueb kindois has seldom Uwa kbowa the poor of any city by iu Ux collector. Mr. Cassin will be remembered by paopl matt gratefully. The has not been a single sal fur taxes during Mr. Cadftitt's term. His ability as colWtof is acknowledged by alL SEW . tioa to relax coats overruled by connect. expertad The city A X thirty days to allow Usj cot of new una. rs. LuU, (Letciafced. C tt. Wbeekr w. W. W. WaVra, d- and Ld nut arrive a Services held in dumir mri To Soften the &kin. at 11:30 a. m. Sunday Ladies whose skin is subject ti rough every Sunday cnooi at .- - p. m. All are cordially i- n- Tha County court went out to inspect ness when exposed to the air msy remedy viteo. and accept the West Weoer bridge just the difficulty by applying Wisdom's Eoa ix nonces. Pastor. Yiolet Cream. It restores the natural completed by the Kkg Iron Bridge action of the skin and induces softness Baptist Church. company, of Cleveland, Ohio. The cost and elasticity. of tha iron structure was t&J3M. Tha Tvwif-luan- a trena. Ur. J. f. Muud. Paa KUuk Family Lady Orchestra. was. bridge was opened with formal cermo-monieWill now furnish music for concerts. Mayor Turner, County Clerk , Preach imr at 11 a m an1 Led idge and F.J. Cannon participating. balls and private partya. Terms reason There was quite a celebration over the able. For information enquire at Kl Sundays school at 230 p. m.6J3HYoung prayer meeting at p. nw affair. drige Barnes' music store, U3 Wash- people au are coraiatiy invited. This bridge connects West Weber and ington avenue. J. t . Moonr, Pastor. Slatervibe and both settlements joined To meet frequent calls for mining in the dedicatory ceremonies. This was Church of the Good Shepherd. one ofj the historical events in that part blanks, The Commerclu. has printed and of the county. The festivities continued has on band for sale the following: Notice fL 1'n..a-tr(W. Grant and Twratr-fuurtk- : all day and into the evening, and in- of location of mining claim, proof of rector. labor performed, power of attorney to The members of this church will be cluded both fat and tlowage. locate and sell and mining deed. glad to hear Mr. E. 8. Cullia, the tenor, of Denver, Colo, w ho haa The DUtric-- t Conrt. kindly contented to sing that beautiful THE BEALTY TEANSFERS. Lenten solo, "Calvary," atjthis morning's -' The District court was in session service. Nothing is so impretsive in any Miner and For the Week Past and AImi the terday, Judge presiding, place of worship as good music, and no posed of the following business: Mouth. doubt this will have the effect of bring The trial of Hans. C. Anderson vs. The The real estate transfers tor the putt ing a gooa congregation together today. Ogden Union Railway and Depot com- week were For the month pany, was continued from the previous The Methodist Church. day and a verdict of fT.tHO was rendered up to and including yesterday they were for the plaintiff. ITvMtviinrth r.T'ASSt'.Oo. itiwit were U.. 1.1. 17,705.05 yesThey aud Adm; Kef. J. tUlra Jliil. iauir. i In this suit the plaintiff asked for is a healthy business for This terday. damages sustained while working in a Class meeting at 10 a. m. Preaching; gravel pit He was laying ties near nn very hard times. at 11 a. m. Class meeting at 12 iu. Bun-- , earth bank which caved in on him. His day school at 2:30 p. m. Ep wort Ik Elertrotypers Mrike. leg was broken and he was made a League for young men at GMp. m. life in cripple for consequence. Hence Boston, Feb. 28. The electrotypers' Preaching at i k). Good music. Seata this suit for damages. is assuming serious proportions. free. All are cordially invited to be strike James Beverland et al. vs. Ruth R. is sanctioned by the Interna- present Strangers will receive special, strike The Hopkins; motion to extend time to Aprd attention. tional Typographical union, which com1st denied. II. Hirschberg Optical company vs. plicates matters very much. The Russell Scandal. Dalton, Nye k Cannon; motion to quash Killed in a Wreck. execution order denied. Feb. 28. It is learned in co- nLosdox, Wm. Baker et aL vs. Annie M. Inger-aon- : nection with ret. ua., aiAoow, the application made by jj passenger amended complaint allowed to be on train Southern the collided Georgia tiled. Lady Russel, wife of Earl Iiuseel, foe Celia A. Parker vs. Julius W. Parker, with a freight this morning. A fireman separation from her husland, that the default of defendant. Decree granted, was killed, the conductor and engineer details of the case will be most painful. Hans C Anderson vs. the Ogden and badly injured and the passengers shaken Adultery is not charged against the Union. Railway Depot company, execu up, but not seriously curt. Now a. ?) t h well-kno- wn yes-dis- tMt-A- . 'a.A NEW GRAND OPERA HOUSE ' family. Thursday afternoon a young man who is described as abont 2o years of age, tall and slim, with dark hair and an intellectual air. entered a prominent wholesale merchant's store and introduced himself as Mr. Opdyke of Union Pacific headquarters. Col. Locke, of the Pacific hotel, has known the popular chief clerk for a number of years, and the statement rather staggered him. "Vcu are not Ed. Opdyke?" he ejaculated. "No, sir. But I am pretty close to it. I'm his brother," replied the other, looking the Colonel squarely in the face. This explanation was not exactly satisfactory but it was accepted, and the intellectual young man proceeded to make himself very agreeable. He succeeded in charming his newly-founfriends, who spent considerable time in escorting him about the building and showing him the workings of the big institution. Finally the bogus Mr. Opdyke, after a pleasant chat, recollected that he was out of cigars. Could he obtain a box on account "just till tomorrow?" He could, and a sase of Havanas was handed out, when the pleasant young man, with many thanks, took his departure. The sequel of the tale, however, lies in the fact that the real Mr. Opdyke has but one brother, a student at Harvard, and, when heard from yesterday, he had not the slightest intention of visiting Ogden this year. The truth is beginning to dawn sadly upon the merchants that the intellectual young man is a naughty imposter of meinto be admired, and they will keep a wary eve on the outlook for him in the future. bf. I. waul" - here" fir Tu1A batuad the wrecked . m. was tenoueiy. T A' MARCH Tuesday Evening, March 3, 89 1. 1 .'- - EMMA J UGH GRAND OPERA COMFY. 90 Great Artkfs 90 1 XX?' I -I- N A GRAND d 110 Members. Spectacular 110 Bizet's Beautiful The Juch Chorus. The Juch Orchestra. Emma Juch as Carmen. EMMA. JUCH. TENORS. Charles Hedmont. Will Stephens. George Gould. Payne Clarke. John E. Belton. CONTRALTOS. Louise Meislinger. Dora Escott. Bern ice Holmes. SOPRANOS. EMMA JUCH. Georgine Von Januschowsky. Marie Freebert Carlotta Maconda. " CARMEN Blooded Kacers Killed. A Bpecial fast stock train, comprising fifteen cars of blooded horses was wrecked at Saco, Utah, ninety miles Proiuctii west of Ogden, yesterday morning about The horses beloug to Salisbury the wealthy turfman of San Francisco and are enroute to the New York BASSOS. BARITONES. ' sale stables where they will be put I N. E. Pier Delassio. S. E. Dudley. Vetta. Allerino Gannio. Franz Leo Knight. Otto Stormont. Bathjens. under the hammer. The train was running at an ordinary rate of speed when it struck a broken rail and six of the forward cars were ditched, the re- The mise-en-scen- e for the above opera constructed in the workshops of the Emma Juch maining nine passing over the break in Grand Opera Company in New York, under the direction of Charles E. Locke. safety. Six of the horses were killed shaken some and of the others The Celebrated Steinway Piano used by the Emma Juch English Opera Co. outright up, receiving external bruises. PRICES: 82.00, $1.50, 11.00 and 50c. A number of the hostlers on the train SKATS Now in progress at the SALK 2 o'clock. OF SILYEBWAEE, JEWELS!, Box-Offlc- e. WATCHES, DIAMONDS. Silver-mounte- d Grold Solid and Line Complete Spectacles Properly Fitted. Umbrellas Eyes treated by Experienced Optician for all defects, Free of Charge. J. O. RAINE & CO., 2483 Washington Ave, OGDEN.