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4 AMUSEMENTS. prioe L can trll toxl cheaper THE COMMERCIAL. tttaaarlcg it can be bought on tbe a board w by d.ct ocsumers and inaie BiOWT. Tt manufacturer Lkeelae furciaLea VB.tmd at IW fiatulln at na u tu J (Reduced "' tJHKin l'tk. i THE WEEKLY. in aJiaace. Our ti.. Uc ru fiasdaT Ed a - ..... OtTw Wl tenths lu V- u k f-- lh buiiim .lfK f 1st ValuCuB ai!uti. aiii raa arrant- fr f Jul) UMwi.u al L JL (two--!- . - iuf-r.i- ! J. 11 a!n lj uofi'jit iJ !:JU a. at.. t oa -- t,v ;u l a:,i at ;. It, Tie lLiore tb farmer greatly eLt&peced product, he.ig nearer to tlm. So both prosper and other an J ieip tbe men-tac-t oceu-patiOfi- Are Utah far a. toicg developed is inter-ec- u proportion to the grom ta of other And if not it That ia doubtful. ia to the personal interest of every trade and profession in Uuh to encourage the cpeciiig of farms in thia territory. Ttia important matUr ia worthy tbe attectioo and aggressive action of Ogden and ail Utah cities, towns and miners. Uuh can be almost inimitably great. but all its resources must come up to getherthe farms along with the rest. MORilOX- - REPUBLIC AX. Cajr of JerU-aa- GRAND OPERA HOUSE . Miss N'wooca Jar beau, who appear at the Grand M jedsy and Tuesday even-iegthe 13 th and llth. Las Ueo on the stage almost since ebildhood. Her first appearance was made at tbe age of t so moct ha after grad uaung. Her erst role was Liebe in "Pinafore," er.h the Duff Opera com pacy, at the Standard Theatre in IsT'J. Mia Jar beau ha played in all branches of the theatrical business, but haa been principally known from her conoeet too with eonae opera. She baa been the prima doer of DXJvle Carte, Dug and Max MareUed opera com pa nit. As yet eb has never attempted grand opera, but will probably run foul of it some time. Her tiret appearance ic this city was in the title role of Evangeline, about seven year ago. fche played this role with Rice for two years with great suovad. From burlesque to tragedy is quite a jump But JUixs Jarbeau has U successfully. She supported Mme. Modjeeka for six weeks at the t inn Avenue I heat re in New York, in nearly all of Modjeaka' to roler, Jarbeau being engaged strengthen tbe cast Season after that with John Stetson's great cast company. The last two seasons before her starring tour ahe was again prima donna of the JJua Opera company. a remaraauie ract auoui jaroeau is that she has never been identified with a failure, and has always been connected with tbe most pronounced successes. All ker own costume end nearly all of the company a were designed by herself. Jarbeau is a typical Frenchwoman, and a part or ber great success is proba bly owing to her vivacity and chic, which have been inherited from French parents. Her diamonds are particularly fine, Bus naving a mania lor collecting them and will have none but tbe very beet to be had. One stone, particularly, set into a bracelet, is quite a curiosity, weighing over sixteen carats. Miss Jarbeau is in luck in regard to her maid, an invaluable one, who has been with her for over eleven years. Next season Jarbeau ill be seen in one of the best plays ever written. Jar beau is especially a ladies favorite, and always warmly welcomed. Mr. Horr in his speech made a very JIXY U. telling point by showing that word grow to tit conditions and facta, and that JOCA" GEXER0S1TY. the existence of the words afterward are indisputable evidence of the exist The (lentile tuacaerg of the party ence of things that men often wish to 4it kton schema Loth democrat and deny. He brought up the word "war- make pretense of desiring to democrat" for instance, which proves m th Mormon voter have the Mm now that many democrats were not political rights m any other citizens. or were opposed to the Thy preload that they are working for war for the Union. diriaiuo on naUosal party line mainly So now we have "Mormon Republicfor the purpose of fairness. which ana, and "Morraon-lJemocraU- , If the Mermen voters are entitled to mean that the Mormon church, as complete confidence there ia but one church, has been in politics. That now way to be perfectly fair to them. And as a church its members are in politics Anything short of that ia crocodile gen- stilL How would it sound and what erosity on the part of the division would it mean if we were to have as a fnglers. matter of necessity, growing out of ac If the Mormona are entitled to full tual circumstances, "Methodist-Republicans,- " confidence then Utah should be at once and "Methodist-Democrats,- " admitted aa a state. And any man who Presbyterian-Democrat- s and Republicbelieves that they are to be trusted to and Repubans," "Catholic-Democratdisavow and forsake utterly all attempts licans?" to run the state as a Mormon power, if A church that has always been in admitted to the Union, has no excuse politics should get out first, get out whatever to deny Utah immediate statesquarely, fairly and voluntarily, without hood. Men aud Women. question or equivocation, and then there And any man who pretends to be very would or be no "Mormon-Democrata- " Men and Women, the joint work of fair and goes around demanding the ab " and National Henry C. DeMille and David Balasco, olition of the Liberal party, should come party lines would come of their own ac authors of "The Wife," the "Charity out equarely for adding Utah to the cord. Ball" and other notable successes, will Union, and when he dodges that sort of If the Methodist church voluntarily have its hrst production in this city at proceeding he ia not sincere. He don't goes into politics it is not the business the Grand opera house on Thursday dare to any be is ready to take that mo- of all other people to run after it and evening next, and will be interpreted bv unaries ronman s celebrated mentous step at this time. coax it out but it must correct its own of playersf from New York, who company have acTbe platform of the Republican con- errors and then no one will fight it aa a cording to the testimony of competent vention just adjourned says not a word political meddler. crit'.cs, made one oi tne greatest suc for statehood. The speaker last night No church that tries to be a political cesses and in some respects the greatdid not mention it The division papers sovereignty in this country deserves the est success in recent theatrical annals. "Men and Women" tells a story of con da not propose it. least charity. temporaneous human interest, its scenes What does this mean? It means one being taken from prominent phases in of the day, and it deals in the of two things that they are afraid to The last issue of the Irrigation Age, tbe hie and sorrows of young and loving tell their real purposes to the people, or printed at Denver, has an interesting joys hearts and the noble self sacrifices of sue Dot ready to say they think state- description of the engineering features tbe innocent to save the deserving and hood safe. In other words, they stand of the Bear River Canal. unfortunate as an indication that 'the promises made for it are not in the least right where the Liberal party does exaggerated, it may be said in this con not the time is for think do ripe they REFORM IS NEEDED. nection that the play has to its credit a of plunging into taking the chance record of 250 nights in New Yorlc City tatehood, and having Utah become an Disgraceful State of Things Near alone. The company which will present it here is identically tbe same that has the Depot. absolutely political ascendency of the achieved this wonderful result in the Mormon church. Editor Commercial: The city offi metropolis. Mr. Frohman's company I a their letters to the Ogden conven- cialshave been doing some good work numbers twenty-si- x people, and it will tion Wm. McKinley, Jr., John Sherman, by breaking up a disreputable colored be seen from the names that it possesses It includes, among Wm. M. Evarta and other national re- dive on Twenty fifth street near the sterling favorites. Fredeno de Belleville, Frank others, stateword not a said for publicans Union depot, and also bringing their ar- Mordaunt, Wm. Morris, Orrin Johnson, hood. tillery to bear upon the "sure thing M. A. Kennedy, Leslie Allen, J. C. Buck-stonn that has tor the past year infested R. A. Roberts, Misses Sydney So it is plain as day that while affectof the city near the depot. tnat Odette Tyler, Maud Adams, part Armstrong, to more be than generous ing this they deserve the thanks of Adela Measor, Etta Hawkins, Annie the Liberal party, the party di- ther or law abiding citizens (and they get it) Adams and Kate Marsh. vision Gentiles distrust the Mormon of that locality as both classes of those church as a possible political power in nuisances, violators of law and common Grand German Picnic vat Utah in a state, and the only difference decency, have been making themselves Ducheueau offensive' obnoxious and to (formely Jones) between them and the liberals i9 that supremely strangers sojourning in town whose time. the latter are honest and open and tell did not permit of their going to the cen- Grove. what they do think, while the former ter of Ogden, and who wished to perhaps Oash T8. Credit affect a large amount of confidence and make a few purchases before proceeding will make it necessary Circumstances further upon their journey. They were establishments at the liberality they not possess. subjected to annoyance by being collared or us to run two Party division means statehood or it by a Dig burly "copper" and by him led present time; and in order that our exmeans nothing at all. And as no one to the den. And those, perchance, who penses may be light as possible, and to accommodate customers who can and has the courage to say he is ready for took rooms on account of delay in trains will pay cash we will sell at Twenty-fourth to the to listen midnight admission to tr i'nm ..iui orgiescc.i.''vd street house for cash only, and at of the courtesan's revelries, from o mission is just as much alive as which they measured the morality as our Washington street house will sell on time to those only who we know it ever was, and will be so until the well as tbe vices of Ogden, resulting in short will meet their bills promptly; will be not a very favorable opinion. y Mormon church voluntarily and to have you investigate Would not the officers do well to still pleased retires from politics, and the peo- continue in the good work and not this subject of cash, which we are sure, will be to our mutual advantage. Please ple feel sure that they have done so. weary in well doing, until all the dis- do not, under any circumstances, ask in the are characters reputable vicinity street store to do anydriven out, who now are rooming in the the Twenty-fourtIV AX TED MORE FARMS. thing more than to accept book orders large brick buildings near tbe depot? for delivery, as they will positively deAnd tVus to parading the a Utab has vast mineral resources. It streets bathputnightstop and day, in costumes cline to do any credit at that house. To lias perfect soil, has abundance of water gav, or of the Mother Hubbard pattern. people of average intelligence it is useIt is a shame and a disgrace for tkose less for us to go into details, as it is a if held in reserve. It has nearly a per proposition that cash beats characters to solicit upon disreputable feet climate for vegetation and animal the streets, and out of the windows, jawbone. Thanking the public for their life. over business houses, for their disgust- past favors, we promise our best endeavIts railroads are being developed. Its ing business, to the injury of the char- ors to meet a continuance of the same. Respectfully, commerce is rapidly expanding. Its acter of the people that wish to act deH. M. Bond & Co. cently who live near, to the shame of the 353 Twenty-fourt- h mines are being opened. street and 2411 Washname Queen City of tbe mountains, To make real success and greatness until, I have been told, that travelers ington avenue. its lands should be opened and worked were warned by the trainmen an the Ogden, July 11, 1891. to look out for the locality. t a rate in keeping with the growth of railways The World Enriched. Is it not time that the cleaning up its other developments. The facilities of the presenf day for the be strictly adhered to until at process It takes four things combined to make least they keep still, when such people production of everything that will cona great and rich commonwealth edu- have the gall to intimate that certain duce to the material welfare and comfort officials stand in with them and speak cated, progressive people, and a round of of mankind are almost unlimited and money they have used to quiet the commerce development of agriculture, when Syrup of Figs was first produced noise made. and manufacturing. To neglect agri- I understand that the attention of a the world was enriched with the only culture will leave Utah in the condition high official has been called to this mat- perfect laxative known, as it is the only ter and he promised to investigate. Is it vof Nevada. haa been remedy which is truly pleasing and rethat his .Mining alone will not make general possible or failed investigation to facts as freshing to the taste and prompt and the fruitless, develop irrowth and prosperity, neither will man- laid before him? effectual to cleanse the system gently in The officers who patrol the district re- the Spring time or, in fact, at any time ufacturing. There are factory towns in the east that have not grown any for ferred to can, if called upon, verify in the and the better it is known the more popmain the statements herein made, and I years. believe are to live up to the duty ular it becomes. But put the three together and it required of ready them by the city ordinances For Pure Liquors, tneane the greatest possible prosperity. as far as is in their power, but are yet and whiskies call on T. The farmers are needed to buy from and subordinate to their chief. A wink from fine old wines the proper source, I think, would be all Wollstein A Co., the newly opened fam feed the manufacturers, miners, every- that is necessary to get them to work up ily liquor house. Country orders given body furnish cheapened food. a complete discomfiture of these vermin prompt attention. Correspondence soThe manufacturer, miner, merchant of society. Why not give the wink and licited 2406 Washington avenue. nd others must supply the farmer with the nod too, and force the brazen-faceLots, Lots, Lots. courtezans, both black and white to take market for his products. Lots at 15 per month and work re their abodes in some more secluded up Tbe whole of those interests work spot, and give the people both resident ceived on payment A. J. cropset, r lve romts. rest. (into each other's hands perfectly and and travelers, a much, T. A. Wyk. prosperity is the result. The farmer is Fehrina-eA Ash in the Reed hotel Jo-J- o given a market at bis door and is not are showing the finest line of pharmacy robbed by freights. Not having to Will be with McMahon's Circus at nne perfumery and toilet articles in exorbitant freight charges from Ogden July 1516. general. 0CKD1Y. s BOWES KOCH. Lmm ! S. J.BURT & BROS. aad ataaacm. TWO isIGIITS 02sX,Y! Tuesday and Wednesday, July 13 and 14. The Celebrated Comedienne la Her Brilliant Musical Comedy. In our Shoe '0ooee6r$'09o3o r r w r oteeoeeo- T i -- w"n 4 -- w- x-- a -- w a Supported by Her Own Company of Comedy and Musical Talent Everything Changed! New Songs! New Dances! New Music! New Faces! New Costumes! New Sayings! New Funny Situations! New tiavotte bv Handsome Girls, Beautifully Costumed. Tbe Hit of the Season! MISS JARBEAL"S New "Wink the Other Eye." "It's the Same Thing Over Again." Jen. D Song Fernstein, Proprietor and Manager. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! BUYERS Department will please a great many of our - IMLlGHTli: I i REDUCTIONS MISS VERON JARBEAU WHO WANT THE BEST GASOLINE STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT i customers because they know that our shoes are the best goods made in this country and when they can buy the best for the same price that inferior goods are selling why should they not be pleased ? Laird Schober MitchelFs Ladies Shoes will sell at the following reductions for this week. Q uality reduced to 00 Qfuality reduced to 4- - 25 Q uality reduced to Q uality reduced to Q uality reduced to 6.00 Q uality reduced to 7.00 Q uality reduced to 3- - 25 111 llll'l m Grant $2.50 4 2.95 ia vso 0 375 o CALL EARLY. 360 24th Street. 4.50 5.50 While there look at our Peninsu lar and Ohio Steel Ranges. KXOWLES, BGSORB & CO. S. J. BURT & BROS. NEWLY ESTABLISHED- - "Mormon-Republicans,- '- T. WOLLSTEIN & CO., (Branch No. life, !ily 14.) Attractions. Lidiiors anil Wines. OH McMAHON'S New Railroad Shows Cigars, Ale and Porter. We make Family Trade our Soecialtv and will oromotlv deliver roods to all Darts of the citv. Mail orders solicited. d satisfaction guaranteed. Write for prices. Box 133. Circua, Wild Animul Exposition and Graad Anthropological Museum. WILL EXHIBIT A I 2406 Washington Avenue. OGDEN. UTAH. WRIGHT'S. Our Bdnafide'Cost Sale of Summer Goods, Parasols, Summer Silks, Straw Hats, nuiviixi M0TT1P, The Prettiest Fabric for Sum- - mer wear Reduced Sells in Denver for Forty-fi- r . its. t0 25C Extra Values at Extra Low Prices! Wool Challies, Augumented in Every Department Amaze and Amuse. 1 63c per Yard. to Grand Arenio Assembly of Nations orer ioo Peerless Meteors 100 The laurel crowned Champions of five Continents in friendly rivalry at each and every exhibition. Jo-J- STILL GOES ON h Euro's o. Greatest Wonder Jo-J- o The autocrat of the curiosity world engaged at a salary of f 1,000 per week $1,000. Queen Jumbo and Romeo. Tne dual moving mountains. The tallest and heaviest elephants ever known. Full 500 absolutely New Features too numerous to mention here. Recreative AJGeneral Sight-Seeing- . HOLIDAY FQKALL self-evide- ia GO CD CD h $ CD K CD m CD CD ST p Egyptian Crepes, 35c, worth 45c. Wash Foulard-- A Fabric of Great Beauty for Summer wear, Reduced from 25c to 15c. Printed India Silks, 65c, worth 85 c. Stripe China Silks, 45c, worth 65c. Plain China Silks, 70c, worth 95 c, Our Regular 2.25 grade of Pui de Soie Silk, Marked down to 1.25. Doors Open Not an bargain, but a Better take advanbargain for tage of it. A new line of Slippers received yesterday, added to our great stock of shoes, gives us the most complete shoe department in Weber County. to-da- y. CDO CD 3 WRIGHT 111 Nos. 2327-23- 33 Washington Ave. m DaiIy- -2. Performance One Hour Afterwards. m. OURPRICE CDTTERS Which have clipped the profits clear off. Mondajjjoly 13th, We place on sale iooo pairs of steel shears 7, 8 and 9 inch worth 75 cents a pair. Our ftioe for This Week ts. OGDEN BARGAIN STORE. rmiDiwv ct at and 7 p. 1 For particulars, see Bulletin Boards, Lithographs and the various Advertising Mediums. Oil CD Exhibitions 2 -- Grand long-neede- d r Wednesday and Thursday OgdcB, July 15th and 1611 abso-'ntel- d its Special T ram WONDER WQRLDT1TAN Fine Domestic and Imported- - e, . Just from the Australian Tour with many added . 7 2351 Washington Ave. W.H.V00RHIES,Prop.