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J OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL; SATURDAY. AUGUST 22. 1691. Rio Grande Western Railway. STANDARD Lti GAUGE. i.irn TJULVS SOLID YESTIBCLE GROWING INNOVATION. mwspapek Tarfc Wa'a Eutwp la BtiBMMMCiuHbiVultfiUt Th Few women in this city realize wlu ; a I ewer fur good u that ublihu.. ut kuovn w the Woman' exchange, wh.-tL outgrowth of c kihii ttartoj votxas' fcitcla tirrienc. It was vhiia Mrs. William Cboato wu making a jurctaa ia on of tha thoj twelve became a chance lisago ttit tener ta the conversation a wo-k- u vbo vai tryicg tob.ll some article cf her own Laodiwork and the The to be overcome is making the Bole ami the mall ciu the woman received for her work gave lira. Cheat the Uea which resulted in the Woman's exchange, and beginning writa thirty articles. Use institution i Eow the mean cf helping thousands of women who could not otherwise have cbtained a livelihood, JJru. Chcato ii and h&a been it president for the Lajfct twelve yean, and it ia through her earnest efforts, added to the natural growth of the Institution, that it is maintained. The business is, in fact, stretching beyond the capacity cf one house, and a plan is projected for either erecting a new building or remodeling one or two old houses better suited to the requirements of the exchange than its present qnarters. There is only one thing that stands in the way of this, but it is a very Important itemmoney. 4 U sufficient means could be had a plan would be carried out which would make every woman's heart proud, whether she were a consigner at the exchange or vulj a stranger paying a visit to the city This plan is to have a large basinet bouse devoted entirely to the enterprise cf women. Any one who is at all with the work going on at the exchange knows bow Tailed and bow numerous are the crafts and businesses of women. A good place in which things could be shown would not only be of enormous benefit to those personally interested, but it would be a great convenience to those who buy. There seems to be such a strong prejudice against schemes projected by women that it is uphill work to put thein into operation, but already a certain amount of money has been subscribed for the new building. That it is necessary to have a good business location goes without saying. It would be called the Business Ilotibe for Women. Ingenuity is one of the strong points of women, and more and more is this faculty being developed. The Woman's exchange more than all other organizations is made cognizant of this through the many patented articles brought to it There is but little space to exhibit these, and less money to help the inventors to place their cles on ths market The nucleus of a fund has recently been started for this purpose. Surprise has been expressed that there has been no endowment made to. the exchange, but Dr. Agnew once offered encouragement to its founder by saying that every institution, good as it might be, bad to wait a certain length of time for its endowments and bequests. People had to learn to feel confidence in it, and he spoke from experience with the Eye and Ear hospital, which waited a dozen years before its usefulness was recognized. A place which does not depend upon the erection of a new building for the exchange is the establishment of lunch rooms for men and women all over the city under its auspices. A certain simplicity would be followed in all the s, but one of the chief characteristics of the new establishments would be the old fashioned dishes which were so doted - upon by our fathers and their fathers. but which receive small recognition in the new fashioned cuisine. The lunchroom at the exchange is even now one of its most remunerative departments, and its capacity for accommodating guests is very limited. Chicken pie and waffles are the two dishes in greatest demand, members of some well known families making their appearance there at least once a week to indulge in these delicacies. Those who are obliged to depend updn restaurants for their midday meal, especially business women, would hail with delight the new project of the Woman's exchange, and the speedy establishment of the lunchrooms is earnestly looked for. New York Sun. yES, A Woman Bullfighter. While the fair damsels of England are endeavoring to oust men from every position, which until now they alone have occupied, their Gallic sisters show themselves by no means backward in doing the same thing. The progressive English girl, disdaining to link her fate with that of man, enters college and becomes a senior wrangler or an authority on the pliocene period. If her tastes are still more exalted she is a disciple of Buddha and reverently believes in the metempsychosis. Perhaps she may have a liking for athletics, and follows the hounds over many a well plowed field, is incomparable at a five barred gate, and is regularly in at the death to receive poor iteynard's brush as the guerdon of her exertion. But the Frenchwoman has already gone beyond this. The French have lately adopted the Spanish bullfight as oneof their natioual pastimes. , Of course, it is not such a common sport as it is south of the 1'y renees. But to make up for this the French have lately introduced a new feature of the sport likely to be interesting to those who are longing for the emancipation of women. The toreador is antiquated. So also the picador, the matador and the rest of them. In f uture the sterner sex will luc k on and witness roLe La' f Am. a Or THERE ARE OTHER ku. II ! m. a& p. ia p. bwuus.. a. p. a. p. m 1j m a. a. I A a. 1 t-- t Lar if sealed, deceiveth for a moment, but the News- paper is read and hearkened I e Lam JU Oral. J Jubrtiua... Am irro H r Leave rwa Kitar Arn Lear La a. local tempteth boy. and the robin hunter, but the Newspaper rideth in the pocket of the j u s ti 70 p. a. a. a. 4 run Lv a. a. a. a. a. 12.-J- 0 aauicAi rou, I iti p, nu. J p. U Jba. Bk,3UUp. . ad MANTI AKD1ALIKA r. m MtnN,l... Railroad Ticket Bonght, Hold aad Ex hanged, to ail points. ALL TIC LEI b MEED. Vi Twenty-fiftStreet Telephone. H. BENNETT. Geo. Paae. Ad ' No. 121 No. No. No. t Pacific mail a Fat Mail ;nu hirM M tt m am p in pm Utah Divinon. No. a Fwt Mail No. 4 ruttK No. 8 arlia Vnllny eud Park No. b Atlantic Kxiirei rii No. No. 1 No. No. R Ne No. No. 2 No. 7 P - 7- - Mo a t itv.. 11:4S 4 :V 1JD Fatt Mail 2:45 Untie, Cache Valley and Park 9:aS itT Local :iu Paciiic Kxprera 12:15 m small daughter in the most becoming manner. "Yes," said the fond parent complacently, "isn't it pretty? It came from Paris sewed into her little cap." "You do not mean to say it is false!" exclaimed the other, quite horrified. "Why, yes," she answered, "it looks pretty, and what harm is it?" Nevertheless the incongruity between an innocent child and false hair is obvious. Tho latest absurdity in this line is a bathing cap (also Parisian), from which peeps a fringe of naturally curly hair that clings in the most becoming rings, however wet; but it would be awkward to lose such a cap, and it behooves the wearer to fasten it very securely. This combination of outdoor headgear and becoming tresses seems to be popular this year, for one enterprising milliner has introduced hair which she matches in color to order in various One hat, ways with her concoctions. which she calls a "wind hat," has soft, short, wavy locks attached which might defy Boreas to render unbecoming, and a pretty little bonnet has a crown of golden plaits that is warranted never to become disarranged. But here is a verdict from a rather particular man of the world, which doubtless expresses the views of many: "There is something positively obnoxious to me about false hair," he aflinns. "I had rather see a woman paint, and that is bad enough ten times over but to know that that soft, curly stuff may come from some 'dear dead woman, as Browning says, absolutely makes oce shudder." New York Tribune, p a in a m p tn n in Rntte and Portland Kxpren 'acl:e Valley Mail Accommoilntirin The Austrian government has bee of admitting women doctors to the state hospitals, but with rather unfavorable results The Mussulman patients resent the presence of a woman and refuse to submit to her authority. The superior court of Cincinnati has appointed Laura V. Jones, one of the court stenographers, referee in the matter of some real estate condemnation proceedings. Such a trust as this, it is said, was never conferred upon a woman before. rnrivnATrnTAT TF.P A STH. .12 :20 p m S::iO !:15 MINERS pm m a ! Otaii Central Railway IS lert Line to Park City. tw nivnnntin nvr nr Octagon Drill, Steel. wnn On and after October 2d. ism. naaaflncer and This idea is fostered by the admiration freight trains will ran ti follows : and the numerous proposals they receive, PAS8ENQB1 TKarNS. made to them by various impecunious Leave Salt Lake 800 a. m 4 oft t. m Lioare Park Citv young men, who have a fixed idea that arrive 10 :30 a m Park City at all Americans must be rich, and who Arrive at Bait Lake 6:30 p. m would pull a very long face if they VEEIQHT TBAIfS, 7 ft) a. m knew the reul "figger" that their charm- Leave Salt Lake Leave Park City 4 m a. ers "tote up" to. Young Miss America, Arrive 12:W p. at Park City 3:45 p. therefore, rejects right and left, and an- arrive ai oaii x.ane Twelve enbnrban train daUy between nounces her intention of not marrying Lake City and Mill Creek and Suftar II on so. All people Koine to Park City will find it U, "mere trash." London Letter. trying the experiment I. G. PROUDFIT. The New Brunswick.' i Snlt Lakeand Omaha Express am ValU-Mail 9:1H a rn U die Valley Accommodation S:15 p m I t'ache Valley COME AND SEE US. M m girl Slipper Sanding. Probably there is no beach on the Atlantic where you will see prettier toilets than here. The girls ai-- either heiresses or very reckless, for day after day they appear in the sand in white silk dresses, beautifully made, with white chiffon sunshades, white hats, white kid gloves and suede slippers. Pretty is no name for them; they are irresistible. By the way of variety they wear white mull and white organdy, cut low in the neck, with their snowy arms gleaming through sleeves, and then they are angelic, and a fellow can no more help making love to them than the seadogs can help dancing with the mermaids in the ocean minuet All these white girls are (rood walk ers, and with them,, nntlnnrir nritrinntud UUWH, v. .ft.uvuu the slipr " ending practice. No girl in a pair 01 low snoes can walk 500 feet on the beach without getting them filled with sand. At first the sweet creatures dropped and did the unloading themselves. Then 6ome bold but gallant youth said, "Shan't I sand your slippers, Miss Molly?" and before there was time for a refusal he was on his knees with the laces of the little shoe open and the slipper half off. He did it so nicely and so quickly that the girl was delighted, and he repeated the operation every few - '.- The news spread, and now no girl who knows the" comfort of having iier shoe sanded every five minutes will take a second stroll along the beach with-- man ignorant of seaside conventionalities. Spring Lake No. No. IK Finest Billiard Hall in Utah. Up Stairs, over 322 25th St am Idaho Division. succeed in catching a husband nowadays in England is that they aim too high. The market is overstocked with then, the novelty has worn off, there are no dukes available and the immense heiresses and glorious beauties of former days have been succeeded by a horde of girls of no particular wealth and no unusual beauty. These damsels, who come year after year in great numbers, are imbued with the most extravagant ideas as to the fascinations of the American WW K:1U am Eipiw City vrnri a m piiiitm Sail Laketiprew Limited Atlantic S fat 1 l A Recent Stylet In Hair. " What a lovely curly bang your little girl has?" said a young mother, whose own child's hair was of the most uncom promising straightness and who stopped in the street to admire, half enviously, the golden aureole of fluffy hair that framed in the rosy face of her friend's Eailroad and Steamship Wyoming Division. J Ticket Broker Aaaociatiua. Union Pucitio trains will arriva ami leave Ogden Uity Union depot as follows: So. I Limited Co. tha american U. P. TIME TABLE. J. Geo. Manager Fence of TICKET BROKER tin p. to G(li V. K. IXMXiE. stretcheth far across the medow waste, but the Railway traveler is engrossed in his Newspaper. Wherefore the use of the Newspaper is the beginning of Advertising wisdom. Printer's Ink. GEORGE W. JONES, Member tutli raovo. irAixovTixa, MT. rLKASAVT Leave Ovdea h Advertiser. Mail. 8:4ja.m. 10:15 p. m. The motor ia not in operation. AtAxca. Leave Salt Lake, SIC a. as., retarniiic. arrive ait Lake iivp. m. he mingleth with of the Newspaper windows crowd the at the The girls have fastened two hammocks from the tree to the fence, and in these two of them swing away the summer evenings, while the third reclines in a willow rocker. Then there are camp stools and a couple of big easy chairs, which are occupied nightly by the willing slaves of the two They swing the hammocks, flutter the fans, hold ices and tell 6tories to the fair listeners. The houses having a view of this arcadia are closed for the summer, so that the merry laughter and cooling drinks gurgle uninterruptedly. The breath of the sweet peas and heliotrope In their narrow beds floats np to the whispering poplar tree, and through the tangle of dancing leaves the moonbeams fall upon the sparkling eyes of the pretty girls and make them ten thousand times more fascinating than their sisters at the country or seashore. The men think so, at any rate, but perhaps it is tho novelty of the paradise in this hot and dusty city where they have been left to toil away the summer days. Anyway, the girls are having a good time, and probably the harvest moon will shine down upon three hands that will each own one ring more than they might have secured had their owners left their winter beaux to brave it out alone in town throughout the summer. New York Advertiser. Hot Spring. Time Card, Union Pacific Railway company trains to the priD as follows: Leave Hot Springs OgJen p. m i 2u p. m. 5ip.m.' "30 p. tn. riui.va. fc JO a. m., kLrluTuint arrive OgileD hli i. a mom The Sandwich Signs man is sometimes in sight the bull writhing and wincing under death wounds inflicted by the toreadors, picadors and matadora. Who knows whether In these days of woman's progress the cow will not supersede the bull, and, in place of her lord and master, fight her well fought fight with her feminine assailants, mounted on horses of the female persuasion. Time alone can telL. Meanwhile let us watch with intense interest the impending bullfights in Paris, in which the fair sex, duly and honorably represented in the person of Mile. Lenty, will slaughter the victim before an enthusiastic and admiring crowd of spectators. Toronto TUOFII TAla, T1-- TL A'.'.u. .. l.r: ALL Far farther Intormatloa eoaeerninf hit er.fi u an AteiK. ar addre E. t- - WALkfcR, ba-- At., Salt Lake City S a TO JB p. p. a. IV p. law p. ,i LaaraOKdon. m. m. Pishing ATTACBtt OQDaW AXD SALT LABI. . Whenllnterested apply to The Commercial Our Famous Dining Cars Eiima 40 p. III less I 10 p. mi WM 4 as p. bi 12 i) 4 i p. m U :u 1W p m I U)TlffB Am. fit Tho "Wayside Sipjn the small 4 1 Prow: Laa Ame Sail Lake unto- - a. a. a J u CKAIR CARS OH ALL TRAINS. mi II AS p m 1 :tU p. m 11 li Mi p. luj a m lu If i.i.,n Leata Arr-i- J1EOIMN3 3jp. No. 1 PaeiAa a rat cm ' Mail 1 Je Omaha. i Mi a. t a. au! TlAtta. BOCVD St Joseph, p. aui I W p. p. .... City, Lincoln, a t.tH . a. u. as p. a. a. il J6 p. ju XI m. U w ii a. ai U :to p. m . Lae Leata Utereth the vestibule, but the Newspaper talketh with every member of the family. Si ii 11 - aT The Circular The fUr. ...... t i SJ Arrive Hand-Bil- l passer-by- row, ... St. Louis, Ka. t. Auaaua 1 frJB a. Arri. Lava Ami. Am,. Ar. Arrive Tho So. . Lmrm Sjui It Denver, I. iuuut (VVa Lea) bait WAYS OF ADVERTISING. tbop-kaepe- liaj 1. it auras nam. -- Arna r t , ; la LSert :ai)yertisiiCt. h ' ITREEXT TIME TABLE tboir interest to take this lino. Jtticea and Denot : ( ornar 8th Sent h and Main street. Salt Lake City. T. J. Mackintosh. 6. F. and P. A. Miners Picks. Striking Hammers. f Portable Forges. Anvils. Vises. Tents- - Wheelbarrows. RAILROADS And evrvthing in your line at bed-rocprices at k GEO. A. LOWE'S PIKE'S PEAIllODTE' Washington Avenue. 2320, STANDARD GUAGE BETWEEN Ak my for W. L. Iniifiln enle tn your place nkShoe,. If net foragent your dealer to eend for cntnloguc, secure the agencrt and get them for you. PUEBLO W TAKE SO SIBSTITITE.1 It Feels to HaTe Bug In One's Ear. 2 ENVEB, COLORADO SPRINGS "A bug in his ear," is a figure very exAND tensively used in common conversation. .'.ALT LAKE CITY, nRTIFV PACIFIC COASI wast andallmrtb- VuiHu.', But, reader, did you ever have a bug in VIA your ear in fact? If not, you have no , HEADVILLE. ASPT.i aud GLEN idea how it feels. B. F. Tomlinson, who ala WUUi faf Kl Mil. never he the sensation, says experienced SCENEEY E17IPMENT life. his The torture in suffered such Cneqat Ilea. Gnaarpassed bug crawled into his ear while he was lying in bed asleep, between 11 and 12 ThrorjRh Pnllman Sleepert and Pnllmac It was only a com- Tourist cars between Douvoraid o'clock one night San Francisco the heart c I the Ito ;ky Mountains mon cmdlebug or fly, but the degree of tiierhroneb. most comfortable, the xifost. and the WHY IS THE torture one of them can inflict while in grandest of all rou'ds. For rates, descrmtive. narrmliipra. f.te.. eall on the ear is beyond the scope of the imagiaddress J. 1). KKKWOKTHt, geuertl agent, nation. Mr. Tomlinson said that when oi banta re Konte, Milt, Lake city. rl. (ULL,BKA.N. reneral manaeer. Colorado CEN'f LMEN he awoke he dreamed that a railway Colo. BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY? train had jumped the track, struck him Springs, tUAS. n. LLC,, general passenger agent, IH! ilt Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread in the ear and was plowing its way Denver, Colo. t hart the feet; mndo of tue best line j easy, and because ire, take more calf, Btyilsb. and Aors of this The train head. his kept going, through yritds tiitm any utUtr manufacturer, it euuuls hand never would shoes 'ewe J to .MIO. but it seemed that it get costing frnm II 00Jeniiln rd, theBnestcalf "CHICAGO SHORT LINE." ffiK i,- Buoe ever offered for gr.uu; through. equals French 'mnortert shoes which cost from and then would it stop Occasionally CIA 00 Hunil.Hewed Welf Shoe, fine ealf, Then f"V stylish, comfortnhle and durable. The best start again with renewed force. Soe ever offered at this price ; same tirade as CHICAGO shoe costing from Sti.in) to $v.m. again the train seemed to be at a standSO SCO 1'olice Mioei Farmers, Railroad Men still, but the wheels would be turning and LetterCarrlersall wear them; llneoalf. & St. gra. 9amless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, extenThe train with lightning rapidity. ediw. sion One pair will wear a vear. ' " Sn would move off gradually "with a grating Way nf Spending Summer. cnlfi no better shoe ever offered at Cl9 30thistineprice; one trial will convlu"e thoso There is a certain back yard up town whistle the not till would and who want a shoe for comfort and service. stop noise, Is line S'i.OO Solid the mnninir on tha" west side where three pretty n"l Workiniimhn'a shoes only Vestibalod, off the ran blew for the next station or it Q9 are very stnm? and durable. Tuose who 4&a and 'Electric-lichte- d Trains Daily nve (riven them a trial will wear no other make. girls are having more fun these summer track or collided with another train, between ChieaRo and Omaha, compose and SI. J.'i school shoes are M.00 of Magnificent S'cepmg Cars and evenings than half of their friends can Bnve) worn by the boys everywhere; they sell which frequently occurred. Mr. Tomon merits, s the Increasing sales sliow. boast of at the summer resorts. It is (N. J.) Cor. New York World. linson stood the torture till daylight, The Finest Dininp; Cars in the World. I their llnnd-KowBhoe, Art Sac best DonKola, verv stylish; eiiuuls French tnuuiba just an ordinary back yard, with a nar when he sent for a dootor, who succeeded S. FIRST-CLASEVERYTHING shoes costlint fmm 84.li" u ('..mi. Imported row flower bed bordering the fence and the in which out the l.ndies' in shoe bug, for American Clrls In London. l.73 fishing Any further information as to Rates of Fare Misses are the best fine Dongola.nnd stylish and durable. a big grass plot, but it boasts of one good meantime had died. Mr. Tomlinson etc., will be cheerfully furnished by A former New York t'niition.-S- ee that W. L. Douglas' name uud has who belle, are iKittom un the ALEX sized poplar tree, and the moonbeams been for of each shoe. price stamped MITCHELL, remained in his - said that if the bug had W. L. DOUGLAS, Urockton, Mass. many years the wife of an Commercial Agent, sifting through its silvery leaves 6end lish noble, says that the true reason Eng- ear an hour longer he would have been T. F. POWELL, SOLD BV why elfin lights all over the pretty faces that so IntelliTraveling Agent. W. H. WRIGHT & SCNS many pretty American girls do not a raving maniac. Mexico (Mo.) CO. 01. S Main Street, Salt Lake City , No J happen to be beneath. gencer. Washington Ave., Ogdpn. Bow afj 1 L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE -- a. mid-ne- w THE Milwaukee - a w. l RAILWAY Paul ? Steam-heate- " ' d j ed .... 2!7-SS- t '