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I OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL. OGDEN, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE H, VOLUME V. NUMBER Gt. AFFAIRS IN GERMANY. Tie Working Clasps Suffer Tliron Grain Soirritv. He Stole THE PlilXCE OF WALES. illii. rx-i- .'. ON Ottr a June idii.ueitM Uf 11 11 Kt ioipKfUitil luday a IU fdet fust J ' n IjrJiiry proposes to s'.aU-- u malut a full and ct of his transactions m.tii the public fund t Lm he appears in ojurt lark. H.S defalcation fjitS Hp tl&tHK Of ihu tL state k m 6'JUi and tLecity I'MiLiL-- i la addition, lrdflev rvtd u wn-ber- y wining interests are rerted dull except the Treadwel! mill, on Douglass Island, mhich is said to be producing 7ol tons of mineral dailv. o OR AI.BF.RT EDWAKu'm KM'K. The military and social circles are equally amazed at the revelation regarding the conditions of society in England. The admiassion that the Prince of Wales ' WAS NOT RrXOtiNIZED. of the Puulap Cable Company Xnw Vork, June 1:1 The supreme court sustained the decision of Judge O'Brien in denying the motion of the Dunlttp Dal.iel Cable Ntws company for an injunction to restrain ita clients to observe the rules of the afwociation relating to the patrouuge of outside The Right agenciei!. of An Artiou to the Presm LiU-rr- al I'artv in Utah. Judge Barrett in affirming the decision the lower court, said; "The plaintiff's application amounted to nothing more or lcc thaii an attempt to restrain the defendants from transacting their lawful butiineea in their own way, lct--t in doing so the plaintiff's rival biiNiness should be injured or diminished. Defendants have a erfect right to limit a sale of news which they collect V) those who contract "The to deal exclusively with theui. plaintiff has no standing to maintain in tlie action and the compluint is devoid of equities." The iiiixirl.nice of this docinion can not le over estimated. The claim of the Diiiilap Culile company, if sustained, would been in effect to eHtabliah the right of an individual or association of individuals to share the benelila of the work of the Associated Press which would have been deprived of the power to enforce any rules to regulate ita buss-riet- haa been involved in a gambling scandal, is the principal topic of conversation, at all military occasions, and the clubs action of the prince in the affair i em phatically condemned. It is impossible, it is stated, to conceive of a high Kuwian oflioers condoning the offense of cheating or screening a person found guilty of such an act. The newspaper press draws a comparison between the habits of the Prince of Wales and those of Emperor Williun, whose strong condemnation of gambling in the German army has greatly aviated to check the practice of playing for high lakes. The Kleine Journal goes so fur in alluding to the relations of the Princess The decision sustains the rights of the of Wales toward her husband as to say Associated Press. that she is neglected for the women of demimonde and finds her sole consolaStmks Are Iiraoinir. tion in the respect with which the EngNew Vork, June 1.1. The stock marlish pi ople surround her. ket today displayed more activity and ta?re strength during the two hours of A suit for libel which is being tried at business than at any ptettoufcuMi diciRoohum continues to excite the country. ng the week, and prices at the close The proeecutioa has asked the Essen were generally at the highest points' Tribunal to sentence Editor since the close of last week. The sentito two years and Lune-ma- n ment that the si rain on the gold reto one year's imprisonment respec- sources of the country has ended, at tively for accusing Herr liarre the leant for the present, has created a more director of the Bog hum iron works and eon Men t feeling in speculative circles the friend and financial advisor of Prince and efforts to cover shorts this morning Bismarck, with falsifying the incomes with a little new buying made the livefor the purpose of escaping the income liest and strongest market for some tax. A graver charge is that Herr Buare time. The ex ect at ion that the bank for sixteen years has been sending out statement would show material increase from bis works steel rails which were in surplus reserve was not disappointed. not properly tested, and which bear a The final changes show gains all along The the line of large fractions, and Union forgery of the government stamp. suspicion that Buare has originated a Pacific is up llg per cent. system of supplying German and foreign railways with poor material fraudulently Wealthy Candidates Wanted. stamped as officially tested, will not be Di m.iN, June IX The Evening set at rest without uu open government in its issue of today, confirms the inquiry, which certain of the oHiomls are ihhvb that the bishops of Ireland, finding accused of trying to prevent the cost of maintaining members in parTHE CZAR liament a heavy parochial drain, are The Poet asserts that the French gov- working to secure the return to the Commons at the next general election of ernment's demand that the czar make deficit declaration as to the attitude he wealthy candidates who will form the would assume in the event of a Franco-Germa- nucleus of the new Catholic party, and war has obtained only the says the selection of these candidates been commenced. The Telvaguest response, committing Itusaiu to hus already also says that the bishops, for egraph nothing. various reasons, will not support for reTO AID THE FLEEING JEWS. election several of the present McCar-thvit- e members. At a conference of the Hebrews held here, it has been resolved to form an inNINA VAN ZAXDT TO WED. ternational emigration committee for the purpose of supervising the emigration of the Jews from Russia. Only ref- Her First Choice an Anarchist, Her uges who have been compelled to leave Second a Sicilian. their homes will be assisted and these Chicago, June 13. It is announced will be sent to their ultimate places of At these conferences ample today that Nina Van Zandt, whose name settlement. evidence was adduced to show that the was prominently before the public at the exodus 'is reaching immense propor- time of the anarchist excitement, is tions. It has little effect upon Germany soon to be married to Salvator Stefano and England, however, as the Hood of Malato, a young Sicilian who was sent by the Italian papers to look after emigration tending toward the United hereItalian the department of the World's States. Fair. He met Miss Van Zandt and it AN AMERICAN ADVENTURER. was a case of love at first sight. Nina The new trial which was secured by is the young woman who fell in love Emil Seiffert, the American German with August Spies, the anarchist who was recently sentenced to was hanged for participation in the two years imprisonment for defrauding riot, and who, being unable to Mrs. McGuire of Detroit, Mich., has get the consent of the authorities for been postponed pending the arrival of her marriage to the condemned man in Mrs. McGuire who has announced by jail, went before a magistrate with his cable her intention of returning and giv- brother and was married to him by ing further testimony against the pris- proxy and after the execution put on oner. widows Weeds. D. O. Mills, who has been here as the A Revolution Predicted. Gerguest of United States Minister to many Phelps, took his departure yesterCity op Mexico, June 13. Henry Mills will sail for New York on Miller, un American, has day. just arrived July 1. Mrs John II. Cboate and Gen. herefrom Central America. He Btatee E. Viele of New York, who have been that the eople of Guatemala are restentertained at the American legation less, and seditious language is heard on here, have gone to Dresden. all sides. He predicts war between Honduras, Salvador and Guatemala, which 11!!12. For will result in the federation of the three Preparations St. Loyis, June 13. Five members of republics. Advices received from Guatemolan the executive committee of the people's party met this morning behind closed sources reveal the true reason of the disdoors to pass upon matters of import- content and revolutionary talk in that ance in connection with the preparations country. The restless spirit is occafor the campaign of 1892. At the morn- sioned by elections which are to be held ing session of the convention reports in October. President Barillas wishes were received from gentlemen repre- to make Francisco Auguinamo, a member of the cabinet, his successor. Knt. senting different parts of the country. General Weaver of Iowa, George F the people are not willing to accept the of Goither of Alabama, G. F. Smith nomination, isetween now nnd election Kentucky, M. W. Wilkins of Kansas, time a revolution is a foro gone concluMr. Wilkine of Illinois, and others re- sion. ported the prospect of success in their states most favorable. In Kentucky Approved by Chandler. W asui.ncton, June 13. and Ohio, a special fight will be made, Acting Secre and the active work of preparing for a tary ijnanciier approved or the grazing campaign is left in the hands of Taub-euec- leases on the Crow Indian reservation in ttud Schilling. Montana, amounting to acres. Fus-gncg- Tele-grai- 11 n Hay-mark- ITS WORK NOT VET To PRICE FIVE CENTS, Tfcrt Stzrw Killed. Ruck. Ark, My tt-- A l froa Aritadolphia, Ark, Gaxetle f ot the khn vt pi t ea the pruru-- rs three Bofroea and the mounding a? tmr CWour hprin- g- Theoastierilf ( lark Will sua Outrage No attempted to Wry aa necuUun and s property. The cegrjea ro-t- ed, More Whit Wornu. with U- bitched baltie aialed. Fatal Kti-- a4 W NEARLY TWO LYNfHINUS. III, Juds 11 A paasen tnun oa lS.g Four as run ioto this morning, at Riht Angle, by a freight ldr train. Bracking the baggage car and oce The Crowd Carried the euach. Twenty paaaetigers in the coach Wrett h a Mile Suita were badly shakes up eod bruwed. able Tree W a Found. Thomas Clegg, of Matlun, fatally injured. Conductor Dnoo and lirake-niaMiller were eeriouiily hurt. BkinTni, Teun, June P- L- This c.ty it iutriiw-lelicited over a lhat h. The Penalty U here at one o'clock this after June 11 Seoapati, the oivurred CiutTi boon. A horrible outrage committed second brother of Marahajah and of the Mauipuri torcee, on the person of Mm John Warren hu.1 Ou Tutlay Bob of rebellion afainel Sunday utorning. has been ooovK-tea young colored uiao, arretted the euiurewi of India and for abetting Clark, on euepicion. After an ekamiualion tothe massacre of Ouintoo and other iu which wan evidence damag British othoera, in March last, and has day, he wan the bound over and neiit to jail. hug, been condemned to be hanged. In au hour hundreds of people mir TnE CELEBRAT10S COMMITTEES. rouuded the jail. Prominent men of tt.e city spoke to the gathering, begging the excited people to disperse aud let the the of of Meeting Progress Report law take its course, but they were histted t Last Night. down. Finally one man obtained an ax The Fourth ot July committee of aud told tlie crowd to follow, la an in taut the door was broken dow n aud arrangements wet yee'erday at the City Clark wasjail dragged out. Hall. Reports were heard from various He wag curried to LimImVb grove, a committees which show that the work is mile from town, and hung to the hint of the first tree. While the lynching ; j prospering. was going on, there cine near being The committee on iuvitation reported another. A if the men of hm s,iid uegro I'd I invitations sent out to mayors of color had etm k together, Clark would cities, prominent men, leaders of bands, not have bean lynched. Immediately fire deartmenU, civio and military or- revolvers were drawn and it was with ganizations in this territory and adjoin difficulty the crowd wait from prevented ' i ing states. him. Chief Rhodes reported that fee had lynching had further communication with the 11 K HAD TWO WOMKX. Cheyenne and Laramie tire companies, rates if could come and they deeired to be made on the railroads, Many friends Sensational IieudopineiiH in the of each company will come down with Kinir Murder Trial. them. The matter or raiee was reMi uruis, June 13. In the King mur ferred to the transportation oommittea. Chief II. W. Rhodes was appointed a der Icial today the most HciiHutioiial committee of one to see that large post- feature was the development of facts revealed the relation of King ami ers were properly distributed and poxted which Mrs. Pillow. in surrounding towns and cities. The l!ol. when asked why he had committee on children's display and tab made aKing, will in favor of Mrs. Pil'ow ami leaux reported a full meeting and said: "I had already cut off h: ' plans outlined for an elaborate display provided forfamily, family. At that lime representing "A inerica," the .thirteen Mrs. Pillow my ai.il I were funning tooriginal states and the thirty tfo other She to uu honorable gether. agreed I territories. and tive states to me, such us Agms to It was urged that the finance commit- companion David We nte our meals tee meet Monday and formulate system- viz andCopiierlield. viz. My family was then in atic plans for the furthering of their work, to be rejiorted at the next Wed- Memphis. w ife before that time "I had asked nesday night meeting of all committees to conseut to my a divorce. Since ItW'.l, in the City Hall, A petition was drawn when Mrs. Pillow went away, my wife up and signed by all member of the lived happily united. Mrs. committee ot arrangements to have the and I have liberal cash Pillow and I agreed to separate tor life City Council appropriate but later she came to me in Chicago, . donation for the celebration, r iCA wanted me to Igo to Wisconsin end get a The work is nrrury.i? h'-'--y but refused. I consulted a upon all committees to mcSc eaTlyTH'tue cV2ffi. n divorce, boau she week before the Wednesday night meet- lawyer meabout to. Afterwards fearing from asked so can that report progress. ing they in saw I what a matrimonial paper that The meeting adjourned until Wednesshe was claiming my property, 1 txk day evening at 8 o'clock in the school to recover it." then adcourt The room of the City Hall when a full meet- - steps until Monday. ing of all committees is requested. Cit- journed izens not on committees are also reKilled With a Cleaver. quested to be present Paii.adki.imii a, Juno 13. John C. Emery, a butcher, was instantly killed The Police Record. this afternoon by a blow on the head beof cases The feature of the docket with a cleaver in the hands of another fore Police Justice Gideon yesterday was butcher. The killing was the resell of quarrel over a trivial matter. Emery the number of arrests which had been aleaves a wife and family. The murderer made for disturbance of the peace. arrested. was There has probably not been so many street tights within a year as occurred A lirutal Assault. on Thursday night. Leadvii.i.k, Colo., June 13. Jack le uriggs was tinea ? I ana costs for brutally assaulted a man named disturbing the peace. 1'. II. Jones was fined 1 and costs for Popinick lust night near the Midland depot in a brawl. The letter's left eye disturbing the peace. Thos. Varrnoton was fined $1 and was terribly cut with n dirk, besides numerous other wounds about his body. costs for disturbing the peace. J. M. Hawkins was fined $1 and costs Gormick was arrested. for disturbing the peace. A Priest's Notoriety. Harry Leighton, George Short and J. J. IL Carroll were arrested for vagrancy. PiTTsni RO, June 13. A crowd of from C. A. Finley was arrested for drunk ten to fifteen thousand people were enness and fined $5 and coats. packed in and about Father Mollinger's John Davis was arrested on a charge church on Mount Tory this morning. of vagrancy and was given ten days in Fully of those present were inthe city jail. valids who had come for relief w hile John Arnold and Henry Smith were others were drawn to the scene through arrested by officers Turner and Brown curiosity. in a box car in the Union Pacific yards Radical Temperance Workers. and given ten days for vagrancy. Marionvii.i.k, Mo., June 13. Word was received here today from Mendota The District Court There was one case tried in the Dis- that a number of women temperance this afternoon crusaders of that trict court yesterday before Judge Miner went to a drug storeplace in that place nnd who returned late in the day from Supoured out all intoxicating iiiiuors. preme court. In the divorce cane of Emerett Olsen A Desperado Killed. vs. C. F. Olsen, Geo. L. Rich appeared June 13. The Tomkstonk, An order a for decree noted Mexican Arizona, for the plaintiff. Goronio, who desperado, entered. has terrorized this section for some t ime, was shot and killed near Denson todav Judgre Bishop's Court. by a posse. Two of his confederates There was onlv one criminal case un were also captured. before Probate Judge A. C. Bishop yes Youtiff Capitalists. terday. The hearing of Harry Howell who w as Hai ry and Gay Lombard are in the brought from Idaho by Deputy Sheriff city. They are highly pleased with Lamport on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses was continued by Ogden, and especially praise tho Grand consent until tomorrow. opera house and the Reed hotel. They In the matter of the estate of James are sons of IS. Ijombard., who is a stockWood deceased, the petition of Josie holder in the Ogden State bank and ItiT Wood was hied praying that the estate others. His total bank stock holdings exceed one nnd a half millions. Harry be transferred to her as the sole heir. Lombard is on his way to Tacomu, Washington, to take charge of a bank in Bids to lift Made. Lombard will engage in 13. The estimates that city. Gay June Washington, the banking business in Utah. the for government and plans buildings at the World's Columbian exposition Railroad Notes. have leen approved, and advert'sement P. C. Murphy, the fireman injured by for bids will now be made, a bridge near Green River, who was I!i Mining: Deal. to the hospital at Ogden eight brought Chicago, June 13. A syndicate of days ago, died yesterday morning. The is as reported having remains are now at Preshaw & Co.'s English capitalists purchased the great silver mines in undertaking roonm awaiting a reply Mexico w hich were owned by the Omaha from friends of deceased in San FranMining company. Tho purchase price cisco w ho have been wired to for disponot given. sition. Murphy's age was 20 years and was boin in Ireland. A Dynamite Explosion. Richmond Va., June 13. By a premaFur 850. ture explosion of a dynamite blast on Hrainard ,t Robinson, under the Reed the Roanoke Southern railroad between Rock Mounte and Roanoke, two men Hotel, will sell two lots on Washington avenue, nenr corner of Thirty fifth street were instantly killed and two fatally for f .WJ. Ulll'K Lirr t lihlllil'TION. rui etud lu managed to cover up or Vus which he La made sine he became treasurer. u.aki!.g a total of tl ;""-- ' bull Le Lai gut away m.th. Hebrews Form a Cenfereme to A.J A Ceport From AU.-Lthe Flight of Their Bret her Wahin.ion, Junel'L A lettr has beed revived by Comaiander ShepharJ, J t from ai&. of the reteeue marine erfvice, frotu Ijrut. llenderia. of the cutter Bear, 1st. It was Beruw, June 13. Copyright, lssl. by dUl Juueau, Alkt. mJune un June 11, the at Vjhii Piei.Un-dauute- d New Vork Ajciaud record. on best time IeuL lieodersoo by the over helming majority which supported Chancellor roo Capri vi records trie depart sir of Ijeut atid Dr. Have on their exploring eipe-ditias on ths cereal duties question, the into the interior of Alaska. The of the Freiaiunige party at a mtm meeting decided to protocute more vigorously than ever the auti grain duties law agitation. The high price of bread presses heav-ilupon the workioK classes. The of Chancellor voo Caprivi that the crop in Germany are in a better condition than generally supposed has been contradicted by reliable report from several quarters of the empire, received by telegraph today. In the meantime memorials from Munich, Hamburg, Dresden and other centres reach the chancellorie, protesting the necessity of reduction on the tariff on grain. The aeeeion of the landtag will be brought to a close next week, when the liberal members will carry tiie agitation into the country district. IS LNSAFE A DIVISION' 1U. wL DO.NE. Lrn-imELj- FUr the Bole of the Trritorj Into the Hand of MoriuoDs Mean tUttrbooi. ML-ra- e n Sil.T Luke Cm, June 13. The republican territorial committae today divuuoo by adopted reaolutiuos that the loyal men oa party line in I'Uh at it tbia time would be fatal mistake, would place the rule of the territory in which the bauds of the Mormon church would speedily result in giving statehood to the territory, and the state would be under the control of Mormon that Utah i not yet pretheocracy; pared to accept statehood because the majority of her people still maintain to the church; that allegiance the material and political interdeUtah est of imperatively mand a united action of the loyal people until there shall be absolute andunqual-irittabandonment of polygamy and until reasonable evidence ahall be supplied that men who control the Mormon church have finally determined upon complete separation of the church and state in this territory. u d The Imposition of a Nation. he JewSt. Pin srsih rc, June ish precaution it extending to all for 13.-T- eigners in Kussia, especially Germane, Poles and Tartars. 1'rinoe KuropolKin, of Transaspia, signed governor-genera- l a secret order expelling nearly all the Polish engineers and employes engaged in building and working the Central Asian railway. The same order generally expels all foreigners engaged in the service except Frenchmen. Among the Jews expelled from Moscow were many old soldiers, some decoruted with St. George's Cross, the highest ossiule reward for valor on the field. France Fear Only England. Paris, June 13. The LaFrance today publishes an interview with Admiral Vullon, of the French navy, in regard to a statement recently published by the ISerlin Voasische Zeitung to the effect that the German squadron was equal to theftask of coping with the French Admiral squadron in the Nortn sea. Vallon Baid: "The French navy is still crpablo of beating the allied Meets of the Dreibund. It the British navy was against us however, we could do nothing but threat into port," - The Itata lias Started. Iquiuqite, June 13. Admirals and Brown delayed the departure of the Itata until late tonight, in order to give time for a reply to Trumbull's application at Washington. The Itata will be under orders of Lieutenant Commander Todd, assisted by Ensign Churchill, Engineer Hollis, sixteen sailors and four marines, and be conThe officers voyed by the Charleston. are instructed to see that the Itata makes the best time oossible to San Diego. n Contesting For Honors. Camrridoe, England", June 13. There were lively scenes at the university this morning during the reading of mathe- matical tripos. Corpus college secured the senior wrangler, for the first time since 18G4, in the person of G. Willie, of Edinburg. The second wrangler is David Mair, an American, the son of Kev. R. Mair. of Carrie, Minn. Miss Reed, of Girton college, received the highest honor which the university can confer upon a woman. Ten Thousand Died. Chicac.o, June 13. WT. A. Thompson, an American in the Chinese customs service at Whampea, China, is now in He says the grip swept over this city. the Chinese empire in February last and many thousands of natives died Jof the disease. It prevailed for over thirty days and the death rate increased frightfully. Durinff one week in Cantan fully 10,000 people were buried. New York Athletics. New York, June 13. In the games of the New York Athletic club, at Traverse Island, this afternoon, the world's record was broken on throwing a sixteen pound hamer, J. S. Mitchell, L. L. throwing it 19 feet, W inches, in a two mile safety bicycle race, W. T. Murphy, who rode a pneumatic tire, broke the American recseconds, by two ord of 5 minutes, 28 seconds. Sale ot Blooded Racers. New York, June 13. Some yearlings of Major Thomas, of Kentucky, were sold at Morris Park today. A chestnut colt by Fellowcraft Mamie Gray brought $4,000. Marcus Daly paid $2,500 for a bay filly by Longfellow Hegiaz, 82,000 for a bay filly by Longfellow Higbflight and $1,700 for a bay filly by Longfellow Queen B. 2-- Severe Storm in Indiana. Craeton, Ind., June 13. A terrible rain storm visited this vicinity last hail and night accompanied by wind, inches s lightning, three and of rain falling. The lightning struck a copper caDnon on the G. A. R. hall and riddled the front of the Tju.lding. The company had just left the hall. three-eighth- A Post-offic- Lake City, Colo., Robbed. June 13.-- .U 2:30 o'clock yesterday morning thieves gained entrance to the postollice by breaking in the back door. They blew open the safe and secured $105 in money. Life Sentence. June 13. Harley who was convicted of shooting In spector of Police Hawley in Denver last January was sentenced to the peniten tiary for life. Got Grkeuey, A Colo., Mc-Oo- 11 r. y d Gor-mic- alualle 'trririix. it Frnotu es (GaOIAXY IS PROVOKED U.e eater Caeai, Lich is a branch off the nivr Uedtvec '.--' and the Uke. Everything worked to perfectliuli Paris eervU e A SeronJ Memorial i a nt . mi. ry i bfu-to CarJintli. 9..', it mlo now f trpn or farmiug purpioee about k'M. s Mr. Moroci .koeti tuiidrwl good ii 1 other are backup the project. AN ATTACK OX THE IELSIL Mrvt eJuMl. turtle i u.to t Srrrttlj - u ft -t pta-ia- d f tv" far,. Ogden Musical Society. The regular weekly meiiiig of the ill be Odeu Mutual in .wty the New Went AcadeMiv, IIJ 3KifKlav rieo- It Ittien the to - Prot- -4 itt prewdiL An l.iubeilrr Ill 4rr-tl- uf the Country t th's of suit ria- Araia-- at o'clock. All artirw uig, June in trr ostrd are cordially lui.tod to b lyiu-hu.- uu oue-thir- A o ir - Tt.e strung sd of the ecety of St. IJ.i t.a.1 auJ of the w famous Luoeroe . Atu-m-- a rij. Juije 13. rrilu-utm- s !it:U!i, June the arrnal n arti stronglt reweted by at Cuihaieu of the Hamburg American Catholics m Gertuecy. Gaheftaley, hue steamer llonuaiiia, from New Vork hoM i..iu is foretuoBl in thai matter to Hamburg, the ortuvrs Urdtvl her an !OUtrteed t. !. oo t! and took into cualody a man named subject. the society iloes not pursue any Hot, aha SShaw, who is charged with v German oo the pub y, but embezzlement and with defraudiug arv (culw of prominent liiooiso rral Berlin ti r mat aome time ago. nmpml Catholic who belong to man v of the principal uatiousuf Kujope. lie wtnt SOCIAL KYKVLS. on ti say, however, that the Iriah to America try to obtain for theuiaelvas ail Tbe F. F. K. K. Club Kutertained by the hitihoprice ib!. the Usrt Petteitgill. "We do not," he said, "wash to interA very bright and ploaaint social event fere ith the conduct of the Catholic church in America, nor ia American occurred on Wednesday eieuirg, when politics. AU we defcire is to have the Mioses Pennine aud Florence Pettengill German, the Pole, the Italian, etc, unentertained the "F. F. K. K. Club." The der tlie care of the priest uf his own nationality. This will not prevent him entertainment consisted in an eltwiuit from becoming a good American if be dinner with beautiful Moral decorations, remains true to the faith, instead of bewhich was very gracefully served by the a pupil of socialists sad snar MisneH Pettengill. Their guests were coming fhiHls." Gahenslv said: "We unanimous in their praise of the hospi acknow Continuing, ledge the good work dons by the tidily of the young luwteeeee. ItihIi in the service of the church in Mr. Smith, being railed Uxm, ex America but we also wish to protect the prwed the gratification of the club at interest of German and other Catholic the refined hospitality of the Minxes Pet emigrants. " To this Miss Pettengill made tengill. From another source the Associated the following graceful response: Pre obtained the view "I think the object of cooking is to of the correspondent second memorial which had been we toour friends, and gild enjoyment distributed to all ths cardinals in suphave iuHl been called artists and judged port ot ( iahensly's scheme. This second no from what ia before us, it is tinnec memorial was drafted and printed with cookfor define me hi of art the cetwary the It recapitulates secrecy. Thanks, gentlemen, for the cour the greatest ing. arguments ami statements of the Ionv and I wiah to say in behalf of the other memorial to the pope and asserts F. F. K. K., that the enjoyment which Iiwm in the number of that the has crow i.ed the etTorta of our little club faithful isgreat America isdnsto ths absence has been due entirely to your kind ap of Catholic schools. It also quotes a preciation, luck of criticism and strong statement ss coming from ths Catholic ami desire to lie pleased with anything News, of New York City, to ths effect everything that we have done.'' that :i30,tiUU Calholiu children sre lost Ah the gentlemen were about to retire to the faitb each year in New York to the library Miss Pettengill dismissed alone. them with this pleasant suggestion: It also asserts that Irish priests in "You will fiud the lust course in the America are adverse to parochial schools library, which is a man's greatest de- and that they do not found them in light and n woman's chief rival." place where it is possible to found It ia almost unnecessary to say thut every them. It Catholics are the the gentlemen found there a boi of forced to says for foreign tbe privilege of entry pay choice Havanas. Those who had the into the Catholic and continues church pleasure ot being entertained by the arguing in favor ot the ides ot naturalizMisses Pettengill were: Mr. and M ra. ing the Catholio bishops in ths United J. b. Lewis, Misses Eugie Smith, Lena Btatee, assenting that the adoption of fetolor. Mamie and Roeetibfuim, Fanny the nrniect would increase the influence L. Ed Kosenbaum. wr, ,m. Wallace, of See aud augment Peter's pence. W. 1L bmuii. A. Loeb. John ffeekwtUiA, Holy v anu 11. m. ivenner uoreman, Jen j. If you want first class photos, guarankins. teed, go to Newoomb Bros., at Wright's new block. Cabinet photos, 11.50 per The Cadet's Farewell. dozen. The farewell party tendered the TERRITORIAL TEACHERS. cadets by Bert Jenkins was one of the most pleasant events of the post week. It was an impromptu afTuir but the six- They Meet on June 2 2d and 23d at the Capital. teen couple present enjoyed themselves to their heart's content. Cards were The Territorial Teachers' association the chief amusement. The mandolin and guitar club was will meet at Salt Lake City, June 22d passing during the evening and ren- and 23d. A fine program has been ardered one choice selection on the lawn ranged for the occasion. The names cf after which it was invited in to partake Prof. T. B. Lewis and Boreman, Judge of the "compliments of the host," and Superintendent J. S. Peery appear on then gave another tune. A large attendance from The boys deserve much credit for the the program. W'ebor county is urged upon local teachgreat proficiency they have attained. Refreshments were served after this ers. This will be referred to again. to the guests, ice cream, cake and fruit with lemonade. FIYE POINTS NEWS. Those present were Misses Minnie Minnie Julia Kiesel, Kchansenbnch, The streets have been well sprinkled Murks, May Shilling, Maggie Thompthe past few days. son, Josie Kimball, Clarn Boreman, The Lyr.ne Mercantile company is doKva Kuhn, Alta Anderson, Nettie Fitza business. gerald, Mamie Littletield, Litz Kuhn, ing rushing Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Chamberlain left Brownie Williams and MiBses Hose and for a few days' pleasure trip at Salt r Messrs Pearl Goodwin of Logan. Morris, II. Fenner, O. Fenner, F. W. Lake City yesterday. Col. A. J. Cropsey has sold Beveral Kiesel, Kuhn, F. J, Kiesel, Minty, Moyor, Fleshner, Thompson. Hilliard, Howary, lots the past few days on the installment Dunielson and others. It is nsedlees to plan. say that it was a sad farewell for most if Jimmy Anderson's fine residence on the girls. Harrisville avenue will be ready for occupancy in a very few days. Children's Pay. I). H. Dirr and family have moved "Children's Day" services at the Pres from the city and are now Five Points byterian church today will take the residents. One by one they come. place of the regular morning services. Don't forget the services at the M. E. The children's program will occupy the 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock full time, and will commence at 10:30. church at p. in., also at the Congregational chapel A cordial and general invitation is exat lOJa. m.. and 8 o'clock p. m. tended. Messrs. J. B. Robb and John F. Ahern Y. P. S. C. E. AT MINNEAPOLIS. returned from the east yesterduy. They say Ogden is far ahead of any town they See that Your Ticket Reads via the have visited, and as far as business is concerned it is the very best city in the I niou Pacific. west. A. A. A. to visit To those desiring Minneapolis, of the Young Minn., during the meeting Plain City News. People's .Society of Christian Eudeavor, On Thursday evening, nearly the will Union to the Pacific 12th, July lth whole tow n turned out to participate in sell tickets to Minneapolis from all of Miss Caroline festivities the wedding coupon stations at one fare for the rouud Polkman and Mr. Thomas Higgina me to on for Cull write or particutrip. Congratulations were showered on the G. H. Corsk, lars. happy couple and everybody hed a good Agent Union Pacific System. time. llCjon tta-lua- UeiJ cun-irar- ui Ber-ge- The fruit crop promises to be the finest that has been seen in many years, and farmers are rejoicing at the gen erous showers that will enable them to save their water supply for the hot tendered to all young women especially, weather. as this is the day set apart for their Very little interest seems to be taken work, The meeting will be led by Mrs. in me aiiempt to reorganize pontics on Dr. Knox. An interesting program is national lines. "We know nothing about it and don't care," seems to be the preprepared C4KOI.IMK H. lvKin, President. vailing sentiment. It is impossible to judge of the political strength of either Real Estate Exchange, Meeting'. party, ns the same people attend both aud democratic meetings. A special meeting of the real estate republican There seems to be a fixed idea that morntomorrow will held be Exchange a county fair held in Ogden at the end of September would stimulate the farming, June 13 at 11 o'clock at theexchange rooms in the Grand opera house. Im- ers to exhibit products, and Plain City is willing to take the lead in exhibits portant business in mining matters. and of course carry off its share of A. B. Patton, Pres. I'. Meeting. The regular meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the M. E. church at 3 p. in. Monday. An urgent invitation is The V. C. T. A. E. Mc Danikl, Sec.