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OUDE.S' DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY, APBIL 20, 1691. s Commencing Monday, .April 13th, Ave will sell until farther notice, our entire stock of Diamonds, "Watches, Clocks, Plated Ware and J ewelry at actual Cost, for Cash. This is a genuine, bona fide sale. All goods sold will be guaranteed just as rexoresented or money refunded. '24z7 7 L. B. ORTOIST. Washington Ave. ABOUT RAILROAD IN. of Various Local Movements Officials. BUEL1XGT0X Change of Venue. New Yoke, April 21- -J udje Patterson in the supreme cxurt today gave decision changing the venue in the caea of the indictl New Hvea railroad official fruut the court of general eetieions of the over and terminer court OFFICIALS. tlii morning. A Couple of Tlinu Here Yesterday-VariouNotes on Traffic, r Wixi, Track and Travel. A special train of eighteen care of Lay arrived over the Union Pacific yesterday f rodi Springville en route for Denver. This train of hay is shipped by Iloylanco & Crandall, and ia the second ctmpign-imemade by this tirm within a little more than a week. A special Union Pacific car arrived from the Oregon Short Line at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. It contained Wm. F. Mervel, general superintendent of the nt Uurlington, V. J. 0. Kenjon, general freight and passenger agent, and Thomas Miller of the same road. After a stay in Ogden of a few hours, the party left for Salt Lake City. C. E. Wtirtele, of the Wyoming division of the Union Pacitic, who accompanied the government railroad commissioners here a few days ago, expects to return to Cheyeone today. J. IL Millard, of the Union Pacific, was expected to arrive in his private car with the Southern Pacific fast mail this morning. From this place he goes to Salt Luke City. E. E. Calvin, superintendent of the Idaho Division, came to Ogden yesterday to confer wit h General Superintendent Uancroft. lie went to Salt Lake City in the afternoon. The Union Pacific is laying new steel tracks on the Utah division south of Salt Lake City and are going to put the tracks in first class shape. A. G. Hart, of the Southern Pacific, returned yesterday from a tour of inspection over his division. Thomas Orchard, chief clerk of railway mail service, has gone north on an extended trip to Helena, XSutte and other points in that vicinity. '4 R. L. Darling, chief clerk of Resident Engineer Fitzgeral of the Southern Pacific, has returned from Ileno, Xev., where he had gone in connection with matters relating to Mr. Fitzgerald's division. F. Mertsheimer, assistant superintendent of machinery of the Union Pacific at Cheyenne, who had been in the city for a few days visiting General Superintendent Bancroft, has returned to that place. Fred Michelstetter, a well known railroad man of Milwaukee, and P. li. Ward, of St Louis, were registered at the Pacific hotel yesterday. Resident Engineer Fitzgerald of the Southern Pacitio accompanied the gover ment railroad commissioners as far west as the end of his division. Mr. Fitzgerald has more territory to look after than one would suppose, it extends almost to the western Btate line of Nevada. Mrs. W. G. Ingram, of Omaha the wife of operator Ingram in Dave Cash-mortelegraph ollice, has been at the Hot springs for the past week on account of rheumatism. She returned to this city almost recovered. Commissioner Hill of the Demurrage association of Denver is in Salt Lake for a few days visit The Rio Grande Southern will no longer caary passengers on freight trains. This is by a recent order of President Means and is causing much kicking among patrons of the road. The president will be asked to rescind the order. At Denver a few days ago the Superintendents association met at the office of Superintendent Touhey at the Union depot, Owing to the absence of General Superintendent Duncan of the Union Pacific and Superintendent Lawrence of the Midland no important business w as transacted. On the occasion of the celebration of the opening of the state bridge and Odd Fellows' celebration at Glenwood Springs the Rio Grande will give a special rate of $10 for the round trip from Denver. Tickets good to return via the Midland. A committee appointed by the Train Dispatchers Association of America has been in session at Chicago considering the Linn convention code ofj rules for running trains. After going over the rules carefully the committee drew up a report reoommending changes which it decided upon and which will be submitted to the next convention of the association to be held at Toledo June 2ti. Mrs. Arthur Moore died ia great agony yesterday from the effect of a d.we of carbolic acid given her by mistake by Ler husband. N. April 2.1 t F pr. (t-- f DIAMONDS, WATCHES, GOODS. SIGS OF THE BIG CLOCK. ; muri. Maul N1 CLOCKS, A TOR SALE. Ml'ARE PIANO. entl at a bargain, .No. WILL HI n IOUSALK-W- Y liOOU N Mu-urt'- fr THE liKST 24j WliiiiKton avenur. vpry low. GRAND RACES! THE WASATCH DRIVING Because we keep a Clean and Inviting Store, that we charge more for our goods. Don't be deceived by what our competitors say. Try my goods and you will find QUALITY HIGH and PRICES LOW. Grand Opera Hoiise Building, L. 2516 Washington Avenue. PARK AND FAIR ASSOCIATION. ufflfcs "J 1 RIEDERI0PL Pm spaing opening of fine clothing. MAY 2. Kt.tprs for i.articulnrs. FOR IXSLHAXCE GO TO W. R. WILLTA.AIS AO FAT FOR Sim Eire Office Gent's Eurnishings, New Spring Styles in Stetson's and Dimlap Plats. Boy's and Children's RELIGIOUS AND GALRDIAN ASSURANCE C0RF0HAT1QN Clothing:. Finest and Most Complete Stock in the City and at Popular Prices. GOLDSMITH & CO., 2431 & 2433 h lira me A ssot s, f4 7,000,000. First National Bank, Room 11, BEmiAN Otfdnn. BROS., Cigars are Unequaled. FOE SALE EVERYWHERE. SERVICES. Presbyterian Church. rt'or. Adams and Twenty fourth. Eer. Josiah McCain, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. OGTtHlN, Sabbath School at 12:20 p. m. Subject FRANK MOXEOE of evening Bermon: "The Inspiration of the Bible." UTAH. fes. r j Manageb. MM Congregational Church. Adams nvenne, nar Ecv. H. A. Bailey, Pastor. ' . Twenty-fift- h street i. '! mm Enterprise, the Money Distributor. OgdcD's mil pirn WEEK OF APRIL 27. li UiM, t I at r!. y. m 1 - em ; ' mm :f, m First week of the greatest of all Black Face Teams. CLIFFORD AN D WILLI AMS, in their original specialty "Knock Them Out." First appearance of the Renowned Song and Dance Artist, MISS JOS! E DIAMOND. Enjovment Extraordinary of the Wonderful FOUR DASHINGTONS. Original Big Three Daslunsrton Kros., Jerry Albert and Walter, Dancers, Comedians and Sccialty Artists. The Boneless Boy Wonder, ALV1N DASH1NUTON, the Human Snake. The comedv macnets, JOHN HUGHES and K1TTIE SANFORD. The versatile duo, JOE BYRON' and MAY BLANCHE. The charmins song and dance artist, MISS PEARL ARDINE. Bier success of the two vocalists, MISS MAUD HUTH and MISS ELLA CON KLIN. Last week of that successful artist, WALDO WHIPPLE. in Ogden of the Great Sensational Drama, Founded on Facts, a true 6tory of New York Life, First Production THE CONVICT'S Oroat Company. Friday Niht, THE GREAT GLOVE CONTEST. Note The evening's performance at 8 :1" sharp. Popular prices 23 commences and 50c. Seats in boxes, 50c Mpidtr and hntiorablT. ftT thoM of either ne, jrrtuTt or old, anr in thtr own loctiiii,whfr'yer they live. Any on rn 1o th work. Fair to lrm. W ftimiih erythmir. Wn itart yon. No risk. You can Hmt your apant momenta, or all your tim to h work. Thia ia an MONEY ntiwl-- nw lal,a-o(- brf(r wond-rA- i aufreiw to wry voikr, BrriniiiTiar min(r from $26 to !0 p. rwffk an1 nd mr! iflffi Hit la eirfcnee. Wo can fitrniih rouupward, the ana twh y No spar.,. to eiptnin Full hr. FOR rfTtaTT-- 1 K'.l.a.l, T for LOblor FAIII5G MANHOOD. and NERVOUS HHEILITY; SOrofrnl Kodyi!dSIma, r.ff.'cte The question that the majority of us are arking ourselvs just now is, what refrigerator shall we buy? PLESE READ THE FOLLOWING Facts and decide for yourselves. OUK :- -: CHALLENGE To produce a refrigerator tbat has an ABSOLUTELY DRY ATiMOSPHERE to the provision chambeer, and air spaces between wall as in the "NORTH STAR " To produce a refrigerator that uses a little iVp nnrl ivill maintain as low a temperature with same amout of ice as the "North Star." To oroduce a refrigerator that lms as lanro nn ber and storage capacity in provision chamber with same outside measurement as the "North Star." To produce a refrigerator that is as easily cleaned as the "North Star." THESE ARE COLD FACTS. If they interest you and you would like to hear more call tomorrow or send postal for catoloue to ; Voiiti. l4 HAMHIUM folly I Slrmilm(IK. Ih., .I.K.I7 Ohl.lllnr THE QUESTION OATH. The Convict, WM. J. GARRISON. New Scenery, Mechanical Effect, and a ' I 31 11 Owirge RtKIJI KIR. tuquire at i-- . lane. SUSPICIOUS ? ? IS IT ? ? h , AShKKS WANT KENT FT KM SHED HOI SK, Ful K rimins, i.asj'.rj. cluwt imd cellar, iij weut) fourth ktnVi. XR KENT- -1 LEASWT 1 nibbed or half f uruihhed. 0GDEX, UTAH FANCY AND STAPLK GKOCERIiES. 1 Have-meye- V I X)K 1 1 ELFD(B Sunday, April 20 Preaching by the pastor at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. Sunday school at 12:15 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. EvenFIVE POINTS SEWS. ing sermon, 8 o'clock, subject: 'Present phases of the Utah problem." This is Judge Billings of this place made a the first of a series of discourses to be good record the past week. given on this subject. Officer Felker when once in pursuit, Concrejrational Chapel, Lj nne. generally captures his prize. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m. PreachWe are waiting and watching for tho Mrs. Lydia M. Bailey at 8:00 p. m. privilege of patronizing the Henderson ing by Street Car company. Christian Chnroh. The new Five Points brr.ss band, un Services held in County court room of der the management Prof. Gibson, everv Rnrwlav nr. 11IYi n n. Snnrlnv frequently favors this business center school at 10 a. m. Please note the with some very good music, considering in time cf tfnndav school. All change ar cor the amount of practice they have had. dially invited. Root it Beeson's new soda fountain is iiDwis KooKRS, Pastor. attract ing considerable attention and all young ladies who are not invited to the The Methodist Church. fountain this afternoon should seek a . Tt' .1. : i, . , T,i or, t new escort. and Kev. J. Wesley Hill, pastor. Adams; Mr. E. Chase is the leading tonsorial Preachintr bv Risrinn Yinrln at. 11 a.m. artist at the Points. Class at 12 m, Sunday school There will be Sabbath school at the at 2:30meeting p. m. Epworth League at 7 p. 2::i0 Congregational chapel at p. m. and m. Preaching by Bishon Ninde at 8 d. preaching by the Rev. Mrs. L. M. Bailey m. Snecial music ban luwn nrnnarnil. at 7:30 p. m. Everybody welcome. All are cordially invited. The W. C. T. Adams Brothers, at the Grand opera U. will meet Monday at 3 p. m. (April 27) house are doing some elegant work in at the M. E. Church. Organization of the photography line for the people at Y. W. C. T. U. Lecture at 3:30 by Mrs. this place. Dr. Heid. The contract was let yesterday to J. Baptist Church. F. Pierce A Co. for the construction of the new tire department building. Work Twenty-fourtstrei'ts. Rev. J. F. Moody, Paswill begin at once and within a very few-- tor. x lie days the engine will be here and our uiipiiKi etiuren noius services at 11 a. m. and 7::i0 n. m. Prof. bovs will have a chance to display them ai?le's or I have for sale two Restaurants, one selves. A. A. A. is expected to Dlav. Sunday chestra in the city and one out. Rooms in conschool at 2:30 p. m. All are invited. nection pay more than the rent Will A special service of sones will be held for in themselves ten months. pay AN ORDINANGE. at the Baptist church this evenine at 8 W. B. Wf.dki.l Reitealimr an ordinance to provide money for Over Postoflice. public building, passed SrptcndMT 12th. lsmi. n o'clock. Prof. Xagel's choir will give the m ifc .. i.i' ... lur li, i nil. Til ro.iowing program: 'i.ii.ii of City, that an ordinance entitled, "An To be Prosecuted. Voluntary, "Sour Without Words," Mendelsohn Ordinance"' to provide money for public buildI rof, Nael. ings, passed .Septemlior 121 li Vf(l, and rtcorded r Washington, April 25. The Anthem, "Rock of Anos" Dudley Buck ill i.i ti.ev ii.i iv.i in .in in iueii v n j , l hnir. Sugar company of New York, in firili;it.e hi,Lr "K'' .it i.itir,, Anthom, Beethoven "Evening Bells," will be prosecuted by the census bureau llti. le and the same is hereby repealed. Cli.tii- ' for refusal of information. Other like 1 assfii npiu "Drift Abt Solo, W M.H.Tt RNER. Mayor. in." Mrs. f skal! Nael. prosecutions are contemplated. Anthem, "He Joyful Mozart Attest : T. P. Bf.yan. City Recorder. ' lM.tr. Get your breakfast at the German l.T. P. liryan, Recorder of Otrdcn City, do m.Io.. Miss Lez.it to .Selected is that the ft foreiroiiiK true full, hereby certify restauraut A new bill of fare. and correct copy of an ordinance, repealing nn ordinance to provide money for public build Notice. int's. parsed September l.'th. 1"H0. To Ladies Troubled With Parties owing us are requested to pay. I'asseil in- the I lty I ouncil of u.lcn itv, Painful or suppreased menstruation The affairs of the company must be setApril l..th, l.sHl. Jn testimony whereof I have hereunto set my tled and unpaid bills will be given to our Oregon Kidney Tea, if taken a few days hand atlixed seal of the linden coroorate and before the expected period, relieves all at law. attorney for collc-tinCity, this lull dav of April. 1MU. T. I. Km an, City Recorder. pain. It contains no mineral poisons. Scil Citizens,' Ei.kctuic Lk.ht Co. . PA HLfc OA S Jrut)-iftl- i srOIiE K(K.MS AND E IRSALE-NU- f..r J ii aud (.rant aveuuu. MatM.u, uuuer Mute liunk. YaLui:uu Gkxti.kmcn Pursuant to requests of the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce and a meeting of the business men recently held, I hereby call a public meeting for Friday, May list, at 8 p. m., to be held at tho city hall, at w hich time and place the citizens of Ogden are cordially invited and urged to attend. Matters of vital importance to our city w ill be discussed and action taken. We desire to have the views of the taxpayers nnd all classes of people freely given on iho important question of raving portions of Washington, Grant, Lincoln and Wall avenues, and Twenty-fourt- h and Twenty fifth streets, with a view of obtaining estimates of the cost and devising the best method of raising funds therefor, and bringing the matter to the attention of the (Jily Council for such action as it may deem proper and expedient in the premises. There will also be discussed the question of pro moting and devising plans to induce and procure capital for the construction of iron foundries, railroad shops, other rail roads, slaughter yards and other impor tant questions lor the beneht or man ufact uring and commercial interests of our city and its inhabitants. Great things are in store for us in the near future and it is fitting important and proper that they be thoroughly discussed and ventilated, and the best possible means adopted to accomplish them. The members of the City Council and business men are especially invited, with a view of working in harmony and in making our work as effective as possible. This is no time to discuss discouragement on the part of any of Ogden 's citThe almost immediate future of izens. Ogdan is brighter today than it has ever been before. Many gigantic enterprises of a tangible and beneficial character awaiting our encouragement and sup port. Men of Ogden, do not lapse into inaction, but let us girdle about ourselves the armor of business enterprise and with proper efforts on our part we shall make of Ogdon, with its many fold advantages, the brightest and most pleasant place for habitation and busi ness in all the great and growing west. D. Evans, President Chamber of Commerce. E. A. Mc Daniel, Secertary. ia ireet. i i A Commerce and Citizens of Ogden: Inot-Iunl- fjiiii KENT-S- IX ifiitj-Mii!- TO ALL OUDEN CITIZENS. Call for a Meeting ol Oyden's Dullness Men. To the members of the Cham Ler of Coiuiueftil FOR RENT. 1"UR LOW PRICES. WASIIIXGTOX AVE. : fc! li. J VOINO LADY. TVPE- r ia otJc. Hum A t honw Ah Ij at niacliiiie. : 263 in, mntuij? Sterling and Plated Silverware, Gold and Silver Jewelry and Novelties of every description. Diamond Setting and Repairing attended to promptly. GOCXD rl. AATK1-H- V w s Taken In MMake. Ml a TWO FCKMSHEO KOOMS OH lue lfrfh, and with r J Kr iLrw pw-fco- ii AN I Oil-- . LlDIa JEWELERS. TITE Horse ia Trouble. Ment Siorx Falls, D..k April 2.1 The trial of Plenty Horse, the Indian charged ith the murder of Lieutenant Cimey, of the Unitfd Slate army, began j WANTED. X tlr.l.,rp.l, ll.iw tn rn'ipFi. I.M MII'MHHIi.lV;il'iiMf mjf, "it IIIHIKI,MII.,B, dr. rlr ..DBIrlri. Writ ihtm l.llfy trnm 60 Htalrat4 li, flip!!... (Innk. .lRAtt(ll prOOf. Ollllrrf '.ft W ERIE KCOICAfc CO. EL FFAtU, ti, V II. II () 2443 and 244: Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah.