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OODEK DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY, MAY 3. ivn nrn;iA'ti ll IT rtr.Aiit V I 111 II 1 1 JUL Lib Lil-- ' 1 .1-- Ui l I 1 asJ q .s. ctAr.ee i IL Ms ExiiU i eel ted Santa Clius" with J fjetf t:nil.:p AasBaud n h kJ.Lsv 4J tIj.g. A by pro -- w aneUci ri2i ofbv asfccand and Mr. rie. lWk4, Lom 6UiJ4L tllKtl a a pWfcsureto Lir, mang a iS.aa Robbies, who f th4 kitty lu deaJUJ on - . ; k-t--J tei.!iB; .WirlJ fJi Ve- -- .. O i!.f- Mfii VLiv-r- ijr: A;-- i H . yaa k.ci i:jr arjo'i-rrt- l4im-iUli- i , lilit,l.v r,it M r. i'uij. Urorrd U .!Q ttr luoi Suca. aajHc il.u Ktmoi, and it is Dot eurpriftDgexoeliett the f.or as rWttl for the her graoef ul eur e butneg end . i'Lt UctxBtK' and lLLUnJ eoottishea, memory are considered, gare a Mr. Morifj followed with a sjli. a:tr kud quuruU ar iLjusJ in M .as Smith fur a fxHipU o( bfrnra. W'rrk JBSt Cbuwvl, the L,-- 1 i 11-- C n deciaiua-Uoa- gar a AND OF THE NEAR FUTURE. Brilllifit Ota ire new flippy and Done Tp for Sindiy Salad AUo Personal Sofaa. -- Wia Mr Cusm tLroufc tL All batui tj iarniVrt lla'a opening voicuoM Uj-tl-i t- - ui k J til cUax " festival U Ufifi a for bar atoek in trad cotumsta of ganial aunahina, claar air, carpet of banner of pink and LiU dar of brightest blue aad an tViea bloom, orchaatra of joyoua robina, thrushes and tinkling vatara, and her invitation to "Come out" are ao irrteietiUe that every-kni- r rMDonda and ia led to follow her eiample and create fartiral of their a own. It ia really wonderful the wa patronize social affaire, but it is a trood omen of long life and prosperity for the city. People who take their pla&a-ure- a together are able to work harmonTby are iously in buaineea relations. brighter, wiser and better for aaeocintion with their fellow Dsinjra. au-ee- t-- n ffn. Og-de- THE PAST WEEK. The Odd Fellow. The bration seventy-secon- d anniversary cele- the Odd Fellows of Ogden on Monday evening was a most decidedly pleasant affair and reflected much credit on the committees having it in charge, who deserve more commendation than Such entertainments they reoeived. specially when as suooranful as this one, require a great deal of work in the of way of preparation, and such faithful The service should be appreciated. committees should be named again and are here given: Committee of arrangements A. Loeb, F. W. Lewis, Oscar Brandberg, J. L. Wallace, Wesley Jaquoa, W. II. Turner, J. A. Johnson, Stewart McLeese, D. Hays, Mesdames Booth, Tyree and e. Reception committe E. S. Luty, T. A. Cottinghaoi, C. S. Rnpn, B. F. Shepherd, F. A. Dillingham, J. C. ilopkiuR, D. A-- Murray, Mrs. Minnie A. White, Miss Emma Turner. FiAir oommittee H. V. Kirk, J. D. Kurd, F. W. Baker, W. B. Wedell and J. M. Shephard. The program was a very pleasing one, the main feat ure leing the address of Judge J. II. McMillan which was scholarly and thoughtful. The program has Lewis acted as been printed. F. master of ceremonies. The Odd Fellows have mitde a fine record as entertainers, being pioueers in such public programs in this city. The Cradle Songs. This popular attraction was repeated by the Methodist ladies at the church on Tuesday evening to a large audience. It is intended to represent the lullaby s of the principal nations in tune, words and costume. In one or two cases a live baby was used for realistic effect and the baby stood ' by his nation in grand style. Every part was unique and attractive. The Patriotic Order. Order Sons of America Patriotic The entertainments one of its enjoyable gave Wednesday evening at the K. of P. hall consisting of a literary and musical pro gram and a social hop. A good audience listened to the program and a smaller but not less appre-1 ciative company staid until after o'clock to enjoy the dance. The floor was not too crowded, the music line and a delightful evening was the result. This order designs to teach love of country and defense of the institutions of the United States, especially the public schools. Its program was as follows: ' well-render- W. W. Waters Addms of Welcome Male Quartette "Kniifht'9 Farewell," Messrs. Morley, Taylor Roberta and Matthews Recitation "Jane's Conquest" Miss Sadie Robbins Mr. V. C. Ounnell Patriotic Address Recitation "Tuompson'a Rispali" Miss Mamie Steler , E. J. Dos Moineana Taper on Fraternity.., Mr. Roberts Kolo "Queeu of the Karth" . , Vocal Duet "Larboard Watch" Messrs. Matthews and Morley Miss Ad a Haas Accompanimist W. W. Watters officiated as master of . ceremonies. Prof. Nagle's orchestra furnished the music for the occasion. The following were the committees: Committee of Arrangements L. W. Zinn, J. 1L Williamson, Chas. Durant. Receptioa committee L. Maid, H. D. Kirk,F.W. Baker, I. Beitman, J. J. Brummitt FloDr committee C. T. Skolds, A. Loeb, T. Kendrick, J. II. Williamson. Thursday Evening Club. A youDg people's social organization, called the Thursday Evening Club, was entertained by Mrs. J. W. McNutt at and her cosy home near Twenty-fourt- h Jefferson on Thursday evening. About fifteen couples of the prominent young ladies ana gentlemen of the city were present and the diversions included cards social pleasantry and dancing. They were entertained in the felicitous manner for which Mrs. McNutt is distinguished. Teachers and Schools. The school board wisely made a ' holiday of the first of May and the teachers extra day of rest had a and the tired pupils well, they rested in their usual hearty fashion. A large number of them took big lunch baskets and spent the golden hours in "Maying" at the mountains. They came home footsore , sunburnt, loaded with the treasures of rubbish in which youth delights ijiit they'd had "nawful good time." well-deserv- Christian Endeavor Social. The Crist ian Endeavor society aocial at the Presbyterian church Friday night was a pleasant affair, the number present being about sixty. Where membership ia so new as in Ogden's churches, these real socials are essential to the life of the church. They make possible ac- - and by tL l "tb n a special ootuvrt and also gave Tbe BootUfc.il." The bill Li Ufi arrar.L This ts to be on Uimee Uken at tbe dour ptud for th and C&lnluu ium itLt a grai.J lemocad and the rest & tr-tij-- r fnwui to palnxiu thra (jw.f-ou'r- . 'l'l prioe t only cebU f UJy The Fury tUndiir. aod t'lrtuQ. The prockis are to Ui Prof. Younger's exhibition of fanry eipeiJwl in the purchase ut ail that m fur the forthyiiir:g Soottuh dancing at the Grand Thursday evening drew a fair audiano that waa well ganta, ThM gaiuea hit to b ttid evime aii pio for this yu-plea! with the entertainment. The ery )ear. not jet hxl. performers and many of the audience were from Salt Lake City. The exhibiKJMIXU EVENTS. tion was opened by -- Flora Grand" br sixteen couples, folkised by "Cachuca," The Typographical I nioa Ball. by eight oouplos of young girls in fancy costumes. A ef'Uiicg Tertiohorean erect is the The "Highland Fling" followed, nioely First Annual ball of the Ogden 'l done by Ella Tnornburg, Jennie StephenI'ok-.u- , No. which will son and Jay Uroo, in plaid kilts. take place in Iuk padM.n, on The -- Baden Baden Polka" waa danced tlieeveLitg of May Aih. I bis will be in by belma Hyaius, and Helen GiHeepie a avtciid attraction of unusual interest ouetutnee of tkybiue and poika dot fi several reaaona. May will then be black. a':init at its beet in and Then came the -- Fishers Hornpipe" by the pavilion wid be early beauty specially attractive. Claude S. Williams, and Bert. C. Morris, The Union is bestowing great pains in boys of fourteen, in sailor costumes of prejiariug to make this a completely white flannel with blue trimmings. si,tifttc'UrT attraction in every -Coming Through the Rye" by aix Ttw object ia worthy, being to rpect. defray old was Lottie Holmes encored. year the expenses of the Union 'a Ogden dble-gat- e Costume of black and cream. to the International soon Union to -PitBtorale by Pearl Sharp, Mattie be held in the east One feature of Lambert and Harry S. Brink, young this ball mill be wholly unique and of people of twelve or thirteen. The girls great interest to almost every body. The wore pink dresses spangled, tiny black boys propose to run a small newspaper velvet jackets, boy's coetume, black velrilit in the pavilion during the ball, vet trousers, gold fringe, pink sash. aud eel ting the matter and runThe -- Tamborine Dunce" by Lylie writing off the paper there. They will exning was waa encored. costume The Young hibit a miniature daily paper in process yellow silk, black velvet peasant waist of being prepared and published. Every with trimmings of black velvet one aho attends will get one of the little "Craoovienne" by Claire Clawson and for a keepsake. The invitations Ardelle Cu minings, girls of fourteen in journals are beautifully designed and printed quaint Bavarian costumes of blue and in fact areas perfect a work of the old gold, tan slippers and caps. Encored. printer's art as was ever produced in Mr. Younger's -- Fancy step quadrille" Oden. Lovera of star attractions Frankie Jennie Uroo, bvjean Sharp, should book the Typographical ball at Clair Florence Mackintosh, Ferguson, Simpson, Flla Clark, Bertha Bishop, ind Maud Parker was very pretty. Two Youn? Ladies Union. costumes blue, one white, two red, two At the regular meeting of the W. C. pink, one yellow, trimmed with spangles. T. U. on Monday afternoon the young -Scotch Dance," by Clara Groehell, women of the Union will provide the and Lucille Ruvy Stephenson, Taylor Lulu Bickle. The dancers were in Among the attractions will Crogram. by Miss Leota Kennedy charming Highland costumes. Miss Jennie The "Sailor's Hornpipe," by Ella Atk- and Gummeson, inson, a girl of ten, in white, with blue a pRper by Miss Nutting, and a solo Mrs. Eva Graff. The varioua comand gold trimmings by The -- Bow nd Arrow Dance," by Julia mittees of the Union will meet at 3 p. m., Hayes and Harry Atkinson. The' girl's the literary program beginning promptly costume was blue and pink, boy's of at 4 p. m. The young women are begreen satin and gold fringe, bows and ginning to show an active interest in the arrows. temperance work, and they hope that many will ally themselves with the Union at its meeting. Kent's Band Reception. The May-Dafestival at the pavilion Philharmonic Concert. was certainly the social event of the sea This first grand concert of Prof. son. The hall was decorated in gay and Nngle's Philharmonic chorus and orchesartistic English fashion, with a May-Pol- e tra, will be given Tuesday evening, May in the centre. Colored paper festoons, The program 12, at the Baptist church. flowers and lanterns hung from every will consist of vocal and orchestral selecavailable spot. Over the band stand, in tions from grand opera. One number lnnre letters, waa the word, "welcome. The domed roof was peculiarly adapted will be a solo and chorus from "Inflam-matus,- " to reflect with brilliant effect the numerahieh will include the chorus ous electric lights and the throng below of twenty rive voices and full orchestra. was almost as gay as the decorated roof. The "Anvil chorus" from II Trovatore It was the first outdoor festival of the will be given with orchestra chorus and year and it seemed as if everybody was anvils. This will be the first of six beneout to enjoy the tine musio and partici fit concerts to be given by this chorus, pate actively or as spectators in the at- at different places in the near future for tractive scene. different objects. The program afternoon and evening Social and Personal Notes. opened with the May pole dance, which was gracefully executed by eight young A WEDDING. ladies and gentlemen, the latter being Miss Mattie Janes, sister of Recently, Ogden Military Academy cadets in uniMr. L. J. Janes of this city, was here form. Tbey were Misses Anderson, from Sun Jose, visiting Thompson, Shilling, Littlerield, Fell, W. friends and met Mr. California, N. W. Silsby, a popFell, Kuhn and Schasenbach. The gen Pacific Southern ular engineer a few tlemen were eight young men from the ti nes but their friends did not know , Messrs. Jenkins,Uer-gerMilitary academy O. Fenner, B. Fenner, Hilliard, that Cupid had been practicing archery u)on them. But lie had and it seems Francis, Morris and Chrisholm. got in some center shots. Miss Janes Some of the costumes worn by the ladies were the prettiest seen in public went home a few days ago and met Mr. this year but they were so numerous Silsby in California on several occasions first thing their friends knew that even a partial description would and the wedded. So The Commerequire columns of space. At eleven they were with the frionda of both paro'clock about 500 people were in the pa rcial joins The vilion ana probably UU visited the hall ties in extending congratulations. through the hours of the festival. It wedding took place on April 25th. was at the same time a thorouirh.lv .0INO TO EUROPE. ploasant and orderly assembly and a Joseph Metzler and family will leave very enjoyable occasion. The commit- on Sunday next for a summer visit to tees were as follows: Europe. They will stop a while in DenOn arrangements E. W. Kent. II. ver and possibly one or two other points Atwood, Chris. Christenson. on the way. Few people in Ogden know Od reception and floor management that Mr. Metzler was once a newspaper J. H. Wardleigh, George Packard, D. man. He bought the "Great West" w. Jenkins. rvenneuy, plant at Denver from "Brick" Potueroy, 11. Un hnance J. Ware, D. Kennedv. after "Brick" had lost his grip after D. P. Nelligan. starting in to build a million dollar resiE. W. Rent, director; H. J. Mason, dence and later leasing it to the sheriff prompter. for the benefit of English creditors. Mr. These committees deserve high praise Metzler sold the list to the News. for tho complete success of the affair, "Brick" had about 40,000 subscribers. and the band is to be congratulated on Mr, Metzler says 'Brick" is going to rethe excellent financial results. Messrs. turn to Denver again and complete the H. J. Ware, D. Kennedy. D. P. Nelliizan "tunnel" he started when there in his and Mr. King deserve the credit for the glory. artistic decorations. Mr. Ogden Hiles, who has many friends in this city who will regret to see The Caledonian Society. him leave, will have his library packed The Monthly Social meeting of the tomorrow preparatory to moving to Salt above named society was held in the Lake City to go into partnership with A. O. U. W. hall on Friday evening and Judge Powers. He says he would prewas a decided success. Old Scothmen fer to live in Ogden, but thinks two atand matrons were there, and their chil- torneys can work together better than dren and many of them, one alone and so goes down there for speaking broad Scotch, with as unrais-tckeabl- e business reasons, lie came to Ogden and tine accent as ne could in 1SS6 as assistant prosecuting attorney hear in Edinburgh or in Glasgow. Every with Mr. Dickson and has made a Caledonian wore a genial and kindly reputation as a very good lawyer, smile and while they greeted each other lie and Judge Powers will make a in the heartiest manner, they extendstrong business firm. He was elected ed to their visitors, American, president of the Ogden club to succeed J. W. McNutt, but has now reEnglish, msn and every nationality, a welcome no less warm. signed and Dr. G. W. Perkins was Chief John A. Boyle occupied the chair, chosen president of the club to succeed supported by First Chieftain Scott An- him. derson and Second Chieftain James Wm. L Hansen, long connected with The concert was opened with a the Ogden branch of the Consolidated song by Mrs. Purdy, rendered with a Implement company as skill fairly captivating to the audience, man, on the first severed traveling saleshis connection which demonstrated it by hearty ap- with said He was becoming company. and au Clansafter which encore, plause weaned rapidly from his old home, Salt men A. Ross and M. Gait gave a comic Lake in favor of Ogden, and times This was received with are tooCity, recitation. dull for him to dispose of his roars of laughter. Mrs. Milson then down there without too much paoperty sang sweetly and received an encore. sacrifice. Hence Ogden is the loser of a She was followed by Mr. H. Gillett, who enterprising and was warmly received. Mrs. J. V. Long genial, all around good citizen. was assisted by her usband, who acMrs. Will Redheld. of Lnfavette companied her on the guitar, and together their effort was the gem of the nue, returned from a visit to her sister, evening. The First Chieftain then gave Mrs. Dr. 1). W. Hicrcrins. of Salt. T.nko two ways of looking at a thing in such a City last week. Her visit was cut short manner as to creite the greatest mirth. by the illness of the baby who is now Next came a duet with accordeon and convalescing from lung fever. M rs. Red-fiel- d is a native of Salt Lake City but banjo very cleverly played. After this ro-ttt- ofl et ta j. j l Typo-graptik- Lter y ;rffre. Lu spest the lat d.ia brfc. but i;rw Lr Vtih rry A Rid Jci-ie.i- of ll. in N- - fr jr . j i'd U oua. oa U tb church orgiOutek! ia A e'eoer&l aocwty ha twen m existecce fur xr,e time and oo it proposal to extend tie orgacLraUun and Lave otore cooperation. suuth Mr. Ed sard Ilia. Lei, bo La Uat XoveuiU-- as tar a New returned to lh city. On bi out trip Le as Karnod at I en ver aud Mr, b. Lrl Las rturaed with Liiu. 11 ) i 5 WRIGHTS BARGAIN tl Oii, r TLeorgknLiton of the Young Christian Tempemnoe Untuo was Dot quite coui pieted at the M. il church last Tutday but it wU be tffeti tomorrow at 3 p. m. Wu-euan'- We have just finished S A. L E. Refrigerators, and as we have no place to put them until we get into our The reception to BdLop Niode of iL New Store, MelLodit church on Monday eve&ing as a very pleasant affair. It included crm a social with refreshment if ice and cake. Salt Lake Times: Barney X. Tibblea is among the latest aofcio,s to the commercial world and cornea down from Ogden. Walter Hubbard retires in his favor. Mr. J. C. Bootley. who lately changed h ft home from St (ieorge to Ogden, h r husband being profitably employed here, ia visiting f ainds at the capital for a few day a, Mrs. George Proud tit left May 1 for Washington, D. C, being called there by a message announcing the dangerous of ber mother, Mrs. J. li. Mitchell. Miss Bell Dee left on Friday eveniug to spend several days visiting the Misses Keeney of Salt Luke City, leading people of the capital Mrs. Osmond, of Salt Lake City, is visiting her parents, Capt. and Mrs. It. V. Cross, at their home on Nob Hill. Prof. Mason'a social dance at Union ball last evening was well attended and a pleasant evening enjoyed by all. Miss Rose Murphy entertained a company of friends at her home on May-DaThis was a pleasant event. Mrs. J. A. Miner and daughter, Miss Hattie, have returned from their visit to California. The ladies of the Methodist church will serve refreshments at the c'. urch on Wednesday. Milton and Dollie Nobles will apiear at the Grand next Saturday evening. Prof. Andre the popular music teacher from Salt Lake City is in the city. General Witherell was seen on the streets on the first of the week. ill-ne- Patronize the new Commercial book bindery, where you can got first-clas- s work at Omaha and Lincoln prices. Wisdom's Famous Robertine Produces a beautiful and velvet-likakin to which nothing but the softness and purity of an infant's face can be we propose to have a little Commencing at q o'clock circus of our own. Now these Refrigerators Monday (tomorrow) morning are the finest in the world we will inaugurate the first we can convince you so and of a series of bargain sales. we should get a better price Our complete line of impor- for them than our competitors for the ordinary kind, but ted novelty suits and spring get we are going to sell these undermuslin jackets, a lot ol Lower than Theirs. wear purchased expressly for this event, and William & Which would you prefer, the Best at the lowest price, or Hoyt's and several other the Common at the high makes of shoes will be offered. price? Of course you will say If you are interested in these ours. Call and look at them and get our price, then call on goods watch this and the rLL of our competitors be sales that are to follow we're fore you place your order. going to knock the spots off the prices offered at the cost? The above can be applied sales. to our lines of GAS and GASOLINE STOVES and RANGES and also GAR- DEN HOSE. l WE WANT II. Wright & Sons Co. YOUR TRADE e compared. un- loading a car of 2327-233- 3 Washington venuc. AIKhTOlT. 0 THE GOLDEN EAGLE LEADS ! We have the most complete line of Cloth- ing, Shoes, Hats, and Furnishings, ever brought to this city and at prices ASTONISHINGLY LOW by buying direct from manufacturers, we are enabled to save our customers the "middle man's" profit. We are agents for the BEST LINES of goods in each and every department. To call is to be convinced. 3ST. B. A. largo invoice of the latest shapes in straw hats, has just arrived and been opened. grand-childre- LOEB & MYER PROPRIETORS OP Mo-Bet- ever-pleasan- t, he Go hi Eagie Coth 1 it 2410 WASHINGTON AVE.