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I GOODWIN'S Ytf-BJBKLY. u
Sales for the Week. I
May 23 to May 29 inclusive.
No. of Shakes. Vaiuk.
Ajax 6,iod 52,224.87
Carisa 9.400 2,902.90
Con. Mercur 1,700 2,960.50
Daly West 135 5.99oo
Eagle & Blue Bell 750 '67500
Galena ' 39 5 85
Grand Central .- 50 150.00
Ingot 1 ood 5000
Lower Mammoth 2,300 2874.25
Manhattan 3,000 33.75
Mammoth 500 - .58600
May Day 15,100 3,824.38
Northern Light 19,500 999.00
Ontario 100 800.00
Rio Grande Western 1,000 10.00
Sacramento 57oo 1,32065
Silver King 50 3.9CO 00
Silver Shield ...: 1,000 70.00
South Swansea 2,700 1,07450
Star Con 1,600 393 25
Uncle Sam 8,6oo 2,819.65
Utah 100 49.00
Ben Butler 9,200 893.25
California 31,400 3.'539
Century .'. 2,400 1,256.10
Joe Bowers 3.000 1 50.00
La Reine 7,700 908.75
Martha Washington 34500 1.42060
Tetro 75oo 1673.15
Victor T 16.100 3.836.35
Wei t Morning Glory 565 11.30
Yankee 11,500 14,27900
Dalton 500 3560
Sunshine 500 13000
Valeo i 400 51.25
Open Market 20,715 10,266.65
Total for week 229,404 71.779 45
Total for month ending May 29 671,806 $243,364.85
Why don't some of the lo.w score play
ers at the Country club get busy and or
ganize a club team? From the twenty or
more really active players could be picked
a team that would be a credit to the club" in
team matches. And why not the latter?
Golf is growing in popularity. They play
even at Ogden. And Boise. Why couldn't
wo have team matches? Butte and Helena
are not far away. Nor Denver. And they
have cracking good teams at all three
places, especially Denver. Please somebody
stir things up. There's more actual pleas
ure in a. well contested team match than in
I haven't heard anything lately about
the links at the University, nor the club
there. Is it prospering? If a team has been
organized among the players at the State
institution there's a good chance for the
Country club team.
The greens have been abominable.
Really good putters like Thompson, McGur
rin and Hale have been missing short puts
right along, the ball bumping over the grav
el like a branch line freight train, and miss
ing the hole by a foot sometimes.
This will be changed. The greens are
being raked, scraped and sanded, and soon
the cry of the foozler will not be so pene
trating in the land.
Look out for that second green when
putting. It has a decided down hill slant,
And a putt from an over-approach rolls as
Those enlarged greens are a big im
provement, though. And when Mr. Leon
ard carries out his threat to smooth down
the course for several yards around each
green, there will be some joy in making a
Mixed foursome team play Saturday.
LAWSON'S TICKER TALKS.
His Calendar Philosophy.
A State Street banker is in the game only to keepc
abreast of the time in all that is useful and instruc
tive in art, science and literature.
The capitals of trusts are now largely dependent
upn the season; they expand during the rainy sea
son and contract in dry times.
The ticker does not know how to spell the word
One of the fundamental principles of modern
finance, and the one to which America owes much df
its enormous wealth: When a stock has advanced to
prohibitive high figures, double the capital and repeat.
DECORATION DAY ADDRESS.
Continued from page 3.
As Gilpin pointed out, the Old World has a central
apex from which the streams seek the sea in all
directions, and from the first the valleys along these
streams have been peopled with warring nations,
while the great interior of our country is saucer
shaped, the streams all converging to a common cen
ter. This should give the control to the great central
valley, where the people will, as transportation in
creases,, more and more commingle. That ought to
insure the future peace of the whole Republic.
It will if the people will be true to themselves.
One of the agencies to keep their hearts generous
and warm and true, is this annual ceremony of dress
ing the graves of our dead soldiers with flowers.
It exalts men's thoughts, it softens their hearts; it
is a direct appeal to the youth of the country to keep
warm the patriotism in their souls it makes us al
This ceremony is a great honor to us.
These sleepers heard the deep diapason of the
guns of Shiloh, of Stone River, of Chikamauga, of
Chattanooga, of Gettysburg, of The Wilderness of
all the glorious battles which marked the several
acts of the mighty tragedy for which Fate set the
stage and through which it called the acts that a
mighty wrong might be curdd and that "a govern
ment of the people, by the people, and for the people,
might not perish from the earth."
They make a sanctified company which must al
ways be the concernment of our country.
Thus far I have been treating this matter from a
purely earthly standpoint. But who knows?
Who knows but, were our senses a little sublim
ated, we might see above us in the ether, long ranks
of shining blue and gray, rankS shaded by immortal
standards, glorious in that celestial light? Who
knows but we might hear the ghostly tread of wheel
ing squadrons and the blare of phantom trumpets?
who knows but the old familiar faces might be seen
smiling down upon us McKean and Maxwell and
Connor and Solomon and Erb and Bradley and
Murray and Bailey and Hamilton and Hollister and
Fowler and the royal, great-hearted Stanton and the
Who knows but we should see tears of gratitude in
the smiling eyes, tears that we still call over the
high names in praise and drape with flowers the
graves where their ashes rest?
Of course this is but speculation, but behind it
there is, at least with me, a belief, that the faithful
soldier here has earned his reward, that he need have
no fear of the final transition, or of the sleep, the
awakening from which will be by the call of the
golden bugles and the softly rolling drums that
sound the reveille beyond the stars.
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