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I. SECOND DAY A.U.I.W. laafc upon hiss tm arnl The Grand Lode M dnva awav lb trial D- - NEWLY ESTABLISHED Powder - . in tobv Robert the MMtinal manner warm and frccc as the air which bio as over the heath of his native moors. in a matter of Bro Hetf rich aad responded ct ia a plaaairig to by Grand Master sod aceeotabi a miner. The seventh. Mayor Turner in one of the honest expressions of heart fell interact which bob but those who have dwelt in these beautiful valleys of the mountains aad mora especially those abo have lived in this the Queen city of the mountains who have not only livid here but have worked hard and have had th-- tr efforts crowned with sue cess can express, which was responded to bv Ben E. Rich, who expatiated on the -- Richness" of Utah, more especially the climate, prospect and beautiful nights of Ogden City. Ogden Lodge Xo. 16, given by Brother Moody. The toastor repeated the clam story of Xew Jersey motto: keep vour mouth shut to the amuse-M- a of the assembly. It was responded to by T. K. Steven. Brother McMillan then proposed a vote of thanks to Mrs. CoL Percival J. Barratt for the favors received in the shape ef flower presented by her to the delegates, which was heartily responded Tto sixth THEBANL'ET AT THE REED fart wav by GhMi arc Taken la Carrier? Thrwujfh tlie Men op oiu of I uh. The Citr'a The aeooad day' prooMdinga of tba Grand Lodge JL O. U. Hf. vara moat important aad intareatiQtf. A great amount doa of a nature not interof work the to public except in a humaniesting tarian point of view. At 2 p. m. the special order of buainaaa waa called, whan the following offioara were elected, nz: J. M. Sinckley, G. M., Wm. M. Maai, G. P.; L. M. Giiea, G. O ; David Thor burn, G. II: W. V. Uelfhch. Gr. Rea ceiver; Alfred Moyaa, G, G.; J. X aall, G. L W.; W. X. Taylor. G. O. W.; John A. Boyle, Gr. Trustee; P. J. Dunne, Root. Smith, Thomaa Capet, Supreme KepreaeoUtuaa. The lodge then adjourned until 10 a. m. this morning when the officers will be installed and committees appointed. The delegates then proceeded to the Keed Hotel where carriages were in waiting and carried our guests over part of our beautiful city and oontirmed the opiuion winch they baa previously formed that Ogden is not only tbetjueeo city of the mountains but the metropolis of this region. They aw lawns with verdure surpassing California and Mowers uneauaied in the lands of perennial spring and as for stopping places no passes were required but each and every Ogdeaite considered that it was his duty to show in part that civilization had with her famed hospitality come to rest at the termini of all ra K-- inter-mountai- Our visitors weary, like giants, were refreahed to satiety with the finest wines, but wishing that their appetites could receive the gema offered of new Tarietiee, returned to the Palace of Utah time to remove the with scarcely few specks which our well watered streets and avenues had laid on their costumes, when they were greeted with the gardens 4uqueta of Mowers from Col. and conservatories of Barratt, Mhhb-Turner, Thorburn and others, and still better from the Ogden ladies and fair maidens of thir local brothers and were escorted to the dining halls of Utah's caravansary yclept Reed's and escorted to one of the finest victories of ursine ever produced or achieved in these valleys of the mountains. The chief of waiters, Harry La Galle, with his staff attended to the physical wants of his numerous guests among whom we notice in the galaxy of wit, wisdom, wealth and worth Mayor Turner, Judges MacLillan, Bishop, Boreman, Miner, Col. Percival J. Barratt, Messrs. Lufrentz, Schilling and wife, Rich, Helfrich, Boyle, Thorburn, llircombo, Loichtor, Lancaster, Soott and the representatives whose names appeared in yesterday's pap jr. The following ia th" menu served: h, niag-niHoe- . "Now rest thee, Gentlemen, lot not thy lionrta dU'tay, For pleotv reigns, and Jolly friends are around the board tUu day." New York Count Oysters, raw. Utah Celery in Branches. Kenne ly's Crackers. Amontilado Sherry. Bouillon Do Volallie, En Tasse. Spanish Olives. '"And they drank thoir soup from cups." Merry Wives of Windsor. Haut Sauterne. Rissoles. Fried Flounder, Maitre d'Hotol. Sliced-- Tomatoes. Saratoga Chips. Cloy the hungry edge of appetite." Shakespeare. Spring Chioken, Fried. Baltimore Style. 'In fair round stomach with good chicken lined." Tenderloin of boef. Braise a la Financiere. "A dish that I do love to feed upon." New Potatoes Glazed. Aspargus. ChateanLa Rose. Broiled Squab, au Natural. Roman Punch. "Somo of us will smart for this." Shrimp Salad Chicken Salad, en Mayonaise. Macaron Paramids, Lady Finger Pyramids Assorted fancy cut cake. Vanilla Ice Cream. Muscat Grapes. Apples. Peaches Bent's Water Roquefort and Edam Cheese. Crackers. Black Coffee. Cigarettes "The little fowls in the sir have God for their provider and caterer." Sidney Smith. "Our beloved order" was proposed by S. W. Darke in a neat speech and was responded to by Supreme Grand Master Kinsley, who among other points asked each male present if some one was not dependent upon him; if so, how much did be love that one was demonstrated his efforts to support him or her when After srjeeches bv various influential members of the order, both resident and visitors, a rote of thanks waa proposed for the able manner in which the choice viands were prepared and served by Messrs. McMillsn Jt Deming, and their chief of waiters La Galls. The hour drawing close and the chairman being weary it waa not put oy him but cr ried unanimously with the hearty cheers with which it was received. The pragramme closed with "Auld Ling Syne." Grand Lodge meets at 10 a. m. today. COMPANY. a Branch Oyuter and Fish House in Osrden. A Commercial representative had the pleasure yesterday of meeting Messrs E. R. DeVolt and Ira M. Smith, who are opening a branch of the famous A. Booth Packing company of Baltimore, Md., in this city. Mr. DeVolt is general vestern manager for the company, and has I hsu in Ogden for some time past making the necessary arrangements for the establishment of the branch at this point, while Mr. Smith will be resident manager of the Ogden branch. The company opens up for business at once at Xo. 141 Twenty-fourtstreet, where it is very For the present it pleasantly situated. will make a specialty of oysters and tish, and later tn the season will add a large stock of salt tish, etc. It will also handle all kinds of shell oysters and clams. This institution is one that has been much needed in this city, and we bespeak for it a very lucrative business. This will b'bo be a supply point for all states and territories north, west nnd south. Mr. Smith, the resident manager, is a young man of recognized nbility and is thoroughly versed in the requirements of the business which he represents, lo both Mr. Smith and his company The Commercial tenders a hearty welcome and wishes them abundant success. h Heading Character from a 8eareerow. look over there in yonder Now, ineadowl The man who made that scarecrow sweeps his barn floor every morning, oils and wraps his farm machinery when storing it, is careful to keep accounts and whitewashes the oel-lwalla. If yon don't believe it just look at his scarecrow. There are neatly made posts planted at regular intervals throughout the lot From pole to pols is stretched twine, forming monotonously regular squares and rectangles. Why, the very regularity of the thing strikes a chill to the heart of the crow and effectually prevents him disarranging the plans of so painstaking a man Lewiston Journal. I Bow to Bstie Church Debt. A novel plan for extinguishing a church debt has been bit upon in Melbourne, Australia, The church committeeor vestry, as the case may be divide the total debt among themselves, and each man insures his life for the amount that falls to his share. The policies are transferred to the church and the annual payments on them are made out of the collections. Then, of course, as the members of the committee "drop off," the sums insured on their lives drop in, and later, when the only survivor dies, the last installment of the church debt is paid. Pall Mall Gazette. the "grim mouster should claim his People Who Live Over 8,000 Feet High. The population between 2,000 and 5,000 feet is found mainly on the slope of the great western plains. In this region the belt between 2,000 and 8,000 feet is almost everywhere the debatable ground between the arid region of the Cordil-leraplateau and the humid region of the Mississippi valley. Above 8,000 feet irrigation is almost universally necessary for Buccess in agricultural operations. Washington Star. n The most unhappy period of marriage, according to French divorce statistics, is for the period extending from the fifth to the tenth year. After that the figures drop rapidly. Only 28 per cent, of the couples seek divorce between their tenth and twentieth years of union. Only one pair in 100 seeks to cut the knot after the period over thirty and under forty rears. Pbwder 1 V HANGED FOB Continued from MEB. I'irtt Page. I ' j "llMlop I ABSOLUTELY PURE 'H G. Clark, Omaha," was alao or. the table. Woodman waa a menber of the grain commission firm of Woodman A Harris, of this city, aad the rumor wa current L&d lost a large part of bis fort unr i -- e Domestic ta. 311(1 and Imported jf .1 Cigars, Ale and Porter. We make Family Trade our Specialty and will promptly deliver goods to all parts of the city. Mail orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. Write for prices. Box 133. during the recent excitement on the UTAH. Avenue, board of trade, but bo confirmation of papers are full of a counts of miracles this rumor His could obtained. be of which took place at the exhibition partner, J. P. Harris aaid that except in Mat, company nth himself V oodman nevei vted the board, and that he did ootb Heavy Failure. ing outside ef the regular work of the firm. Chicago. Au. 20. The A Strangely enough, however. BUYERS WHO WANT THE BEST GASOLINE kuuu did not Wheel corn pan), saul to be the largest Harne man wa in until the manufacturers in the word for wheal STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT city for vehicles, is insolvent. Noble C. But- he learned of hi death. He could io ler ha been appointed receiver and has agine no poasiole reason for suicide, if possession of the different plant of the that wa the cause of his death. Wmoi oompanv. The total asset of the com- nan's friends are inclined to the belief pany are 4,1K,'J0, and the liabildis that death resulted from heart fail rue. ei.M0.0U). Stringency of money market The Utter to Mr. Clark at Omaha may and inability to secure an extension of explain the mystery if it wa suicide. obligations caused the collapse. All Urns Krfona EsthaslaaU. shop and plant of that oompanv, in six different states are temporarily closed The following extract from a letter and 2,500 employes made idle. Those writtt-by a L'tica lady who ia spendmost heavily interested and who caused ing some time at will doubtlthe appointment of a receiver assert that ess be read withChautauqua no little interest by the company will be able to liquidate all indebtedness and to pay many of the ladies remaining at home it While there look at our Peninsu stockholders dollar for dollar for their She write: lar and Ohio Steel Ranges. has renew a and it a for "Chautauqua fad, investment. The application ceiver was made very quietly late has taken hold with a grip that 1 aa enWednesday afternoon and the bill sup thusiastic as it is firm, and as contagious KNOW I I S. BBSORE pressed until late this afternoon in or- u Chautauqua fad usually are. It used der that the receiver might secure fuli to be aaid that the young ladles who possession and forestall attaching cred- "ome here for the summer were the ones itors, thin being done in order to give who write to some of the newspapers for all interested parties an equitable share in the proceeds. The company' princi- horoscopes, and to others for a cure for freckles. Well, those girls hare either pal worku are in Indiana Ohio and Michin Xew York, all been married off or bare died, for igan, but it has plant It those here this year are swimming on T. A. CottLna; ham, M. R. C. CottinKham. M. L Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. is an Illinois corporation, but has little the high tide of dress reform, and under SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO property in this state. The principal the leadership of Mrs. Frank Stuart Par Diseases of the Ear. Diseases peculiar to Women. stockholders are in Indiana. ker, of Chicago, propose to rerolutionixe The company was unable to issue any the world The first Diseases of Nose. the All forms of Catarrh-Diseasin taken the step part of itii unused crpital stock, on which matter waa by the Woman's club, which Diseases of the Throat. of Genito Urinary Orit had depended for fundJ. Ita credit held a secret conference presided orer by Diseases of the Chest. becamo impaired and it was unable to Diseases of Rectum' gans. pay the large obligations falling due Emily Hnntington Miller, and from Diseases of the Skin. viz piles, fistula and fissures from day to day. The bill set forth that which every man was excluded. Diseases of the Nervous without operation. treated Sys"Mrs. Parker took floor the exhiband manufacturers of vehicles throughont the country are largely dependent on ited an array of dresses, skirts, tights, tem. Also Galvanic, Faradic Cancers removed without the it for wheels, as it supplies underclothing, etc., both on and off her and Static Electricity used knife. of splendid figure, in a way that of the entire demand captivatud Antiseptic Surgery in all its departments. The "KOCH LYMPH" treatment for the country. The receiver was asked for every woman present, and there were a luberculosis. Microscopical Examinations made. in order that plants might be kept iu great many of us, I assure you. All the a forced sales at and operation prevent was time she her wonderful showing sacrifice, the detriment of many credThe above named doctors are regular graduates and have permanently opened itors and the injury of employe clothing she was carrying on a harangue O0OM for consultation and practice of various specialties. Having had advantages the of mode that against Xone of present of dressing the the officers from the leading Hospitals and Specialists of the East, feel confident in assuring wheel company could be seen this made every corset, every waistband, the public that all advantages will be given cases equal to Eastern Specialists. v. ing, but tre company's att irney, every garter and every clumsy petticoat 9 to 11 a. m. Hours Offi PrHt.nflW Nn f1 nvr Jacob Newman Baid that now a receiver in the room ache. As she proceeded she t to 5 p. m i Sunday 9 to 11 a m. Twentv-fourtStreet. had be ; ppointed for the whole coi-c- e warmed up to the subject and became so p, iios n, he was flura the e.nbarrassrment enthusiastic that she got both feet iu one wo.ild last but tJSa or three month, leg' of a Divided skirt, and then we all when the bus.cev? would be resumed. Utica Observer. Raoaivat Butler was appointed by laughed." Wood disfor United the States Judge ! The Wrap of the Future. trict court of northern Indiana, and by Almost every reader can recall the apUnited States District Judge Blodgett, in this city. Judges in the other states pearance of the dolmans, newmarkets named also appointed Butler. The bill and ulsters; the trim, jaunty, tailor To please all purses and tastes. Come and see the novelties asking for a receiver states that the coats and blazers, the ugly Connemara Prices always right. assets consist of sites, manufacturing cloaks and the evolution of the small plants, machinery, products, etc., divided shoulder cape into its present voluminas follows: Indiana, $1,5CO,000; Ohio, ous All the close fitting garshape. 1,000,000; Michigan, 8110,000; Pennsylments have been growing larger steadily New York, $85,000; Mm vania, S220.CC 3; If so it will be well for you to remember that we have an sachusetts, 850.C0; Illinois, H0.C30; in the waist and higher in the shoulders line of samples from the largest exclusive Carpet no seem till if and it would as elegant collar, other assets, accounts and cash on hand, further progress could be made in these House of the Northwest. We offer no old stock but new atjsoo.ooo. The liabilities are made up of bills of directions. Judging by the past the tractive stvles. novel colorings, new weaves. Dleasinff nat- next revolution of fashion's wheel should exchange, promissory note?, indebtf We have secured for labor, etc. The corporation was be a retrogression into the days of the terns, reliable new things in every grade. organized in December, 1889, and the short waisted, collarless wraps, but it the exclusive control for this place of the only practical Carbssiness at once begun on a large scale. seems possible that any woman pet Exhibitor to show our samples in. We will show you a Plants were established at Indiapapolis, hardly will consent to the total abolition of the eff ct is pleasing and gratify Fort Wayne, Terra Haut and St. panorama of Carpets free--t- he high, flaring collars which so becomingMarys, Ind.; Miamiasbum, Sydney, Sal-ioat call frame the face and thoroughly pro- ing, Sandusky and Ottawa. Ohio; Jack- ly son and Kalamazoo, Mich.; Westchester, tect that chilly spot at the base of the Pa., and Syracuse and Short iville, X. Y. skull. Still the feminine nature is capricious Plants at all these places are in operation " except at Weotchest ir. A large amount and seeks for novelties, and what is is Twentv-Fourt- h of Postoffice. St., of property is al; ownr 1 in Huntington, never as desirable in the way of quite Mount Vernon, Osgood, Titusville, dress as that which is just about to be; Indiana: and Auburn and Salmony, tho next new fashions may and Vanwert and be though Lansing, Mich.; reverse of what are now apthe quite Scott, Ohio. The company found itself under enormous eT penses when it proved, they are sure to be admirable in had established all its branches and was the eyes of all womankind, just because compelled to incur a large indebtedness, they are new and different from what 2 No. 265. pledging its credit by promissory notes now obtains. And this in spite of all etc. The businns has been carried on criticisms from the other sex. Mercer. at a profit until the last six months. since when it has been extremely dull Four of a Kind. and to make matters worse, the financial A yonng woman and her three s.ringency caused creditors to refuse littlepretty attracted the admiration of girls accommodation. all who saw them the other afternoon Opium Habit Cured- - Special attention given to Piles They were exactly alike, and as they Was it Suicide? passed out of the Fifth avenue gate at Chicago, Aug. 20. The.dead body of Central park they reminded one of noth- and all Private Diseases- Clark Woodman, one of the wealthiest ing so much as a big violet and its three citizens of Ompha, Nebraska, and an inbuds growing up from the green fluential director of the Linseed Oil tiny of trees and grasses. The background hib in was afternoon found this Trust, room at the Grand Pacific hotel. The mother's idea of dressing her children in general supposition is it was suicide but the same colors that she herself wore the caufe for such an act is a mystery. was made strikingly original by the fact Woodman arrived here lat Monday that the little gowns were made up after night and no one h as seen him since the same fashion as her own, besides bethat time. Wednesday evening the ing in the same colors. We carry the largest, most complete and elegant stock of chambermaid entered the room and For the woman was just that style of a.nd found him lying on the bed fully dressed. a bit of femininity that can wear He was breathing and she supposed he thedainty West of Chicago. Services conducted at oar Parlors when desired. Embalming of folds soft and laces long simple was asleep. The room was not reentered of bodibs or shipment a specialty. BICHEY'S UNDERTAKING PARLOUS. until this afternoon, when the dead body childhood, and appear all the lovelier when course in And of them. botarrayed was found. On the table were two tles, one containing ammonia and the the golden haired little elfs by her side other spirit of camphor. On a piece of seemed a part of their pale violet and letter paper was written: "Three ounces filmy white dresses, so beautifully were chloroform, one ounce ammonia." A the hues of their blue eyes and soft pink stamped and sealed envelope, addressed cheeks blended among the other colors. 2400 Wahinton OGDEN, HAK DWARE1 HARDWARE! oi The Jewel to. by Then we are not selfish in wishing to we possess to share what toduy allow those who came after us to receive the benefits of our self denial. Brother Bishop in a speech of some the many length attempted to develop was virtues which J. M. Kensely of so well which known to be the embodyment received hearty applause. Tho third toast "Grand Lodge of Nevada" was proposed by John A. Boyle and responded to by X. J. Ruick. The fourth "To those for whom our order was created" by Brother Shearer and was responded to in language bo natural to one who has lived in grand Scotia's land and felt that passion which alone those can feel who can realize Burns' "Saturday Night" and who be lieve in the unity of interest which and wife ought always to unite husband in all they possess and that when the loved one has passed away, we may -- Proposed THE BOOTH PACKING T. WOLLSTEIN & CO., St - 1..: mm Thorbura Sai.-U- For the Entiling Ttrw. own." of all in Lea ohtTwidov aad arphua aad grW i find CALL EARLY. 360 24th Street. n IHpL k 00. THE OGDEN SPECIALISTS. r. e seven-eighth- s h ClAIRIPiEITlS DO YOU WANT A NEW CAET? THE PEOPLE'S STORE. East DR. GEE WO, Room 25th Street, OGDEN, TJTlH. RICKEY'S PARLORS UNDERTAKING Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CASKETS FUNERAL FURNISHINGS THE FINEST HEARSE IN UTAH 2263 Washington Avenue. Telephone 207 YOU NEED SHOES. WE . We must make room for our fall stock and in order to do so will sell shoes for the next 30 days AT COST. Now is your time to buy. Best assortment in the city to choose from.