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I 50 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY I
H BOBBIE BURNS.
H (Continued from page -17)
H been cast away upon an island peopled only by
B savagesr had they not killed him the 'first day,
Hj he would have been elected king by universal
B choice before six months.
H Gray might have had him in mind when he
H "Perhaps in this neglected spot is laid
M Some heart once pregnant with celestial fire;
M Hands that the rod of empire might have swayed,
M Or waked to ecstasy the living lyre.
H "Some village Hampden, that with dauntless
H The little tyrant of the fields withstood;
Hj Some mute inglorious Milton here may rest;
H Some Cromwell guiltless of his country's
A LA "BLUE BIRD"
M By Thomas R. Ybarra.
M Since Maeterlinck made actors act as Sugar, Milk
M and Bread,
Hj And Water, too, and Unborn Babes, and Cold-In-
M Wo certainly ought not to be excessively mr-
H If soon our conversation is thus revolutionised:
B "Oh, have you seen Maude Adams? -She has risen
H yet a notch!
H She's simply fascinating as a Piece of Bulter-
H And dear John Drew is splendid now he's surely
H at his best
H This year he does the triple role of Trousers,
H Coat and Vest!
M "And pretty Ethel Barrymore has made us all re-
M By switching to a subtle part Two-Gestures-and-
H And William Faversham he absolutely captures
M He never once slops over when he acts a Cup of
m "And some have versatility that's wondrous, I
H Why, Charley Bigelow is great as Fuzz, alioadot
M And don't miss Jimmie Powers what man can
1 His exquisite conception of a lovelorn Charlotte
"And as for De Wolf Hopper, with new laurels ho
H is crowned,
Since he appeared upon the stage as Hole-Dug-In
And look at Marie Dressier! appearing, if you
As 'Zephyra, a whisper just a breath a dying
Yes, soon they'll act a Shadow or a Leaf or
They'll cleverly portray the Close-Shaved Whisker
of a Mouse!
And "ads" like this concerning plays will soon be
all the rage:
"Three Hundred People Simultaneously OFF the
A CITY STORE.
Have you ever visited Marriott's great sani
tary store? Have you ever seen the remarkable
variety of imported and home delicacies displayed
in this establishment.
If not you will be pleased and surprised, for
nowhere outside of the large cities can anything
to equal it be found.
The most striking feature of the store is its
absolute cleanliness, which is of first importance
in conducting such a business. Then there is a
complete refrigeration system which keeps all
of the meats, fish, poultry and everything else re
quiring special care, at exactly the proper tem
perature. The finest of eastern corn-fed meats
are received regularly direct and all- kept under
glass. Then, too, there are many delicacies not to
be found elsewhere, and recently has been added
the famous Beechnut products, including bacon,
There is nothing in fresh or staple or 'unusual
products in the grocery department that cannot
be supplied, and the bakery of the establishment
furnishes such bread, cakes and pastries as are
made nowhere except In your own home. In this
connection it is announced that the store has the
agency for Wilson Brothers' Gluten flour and
Gluten wafers, indispensible to invalids and those
who are not physically strong.
Regularly each day a variety of dishes are
cooked and the trade in this line has grown to 1
such proportions that it is not an easy task to p
supply the demand. Everything is prepared with
the utmost care, and those who were formerly
obliged to cook their own meals, can now, at less
trouble and expense, find nearly everything for
luncheon or dinner ready to be sent to them. The
store is a marvel of neatness and convenience
and a distinct advantage to the good livers in
the community. If you have never inspected this
establishment, it would pay you to look in.
Marriott's is the name; the place, 22 and 24
West First South.
Get your Xmas cigars at Stickney's. 11
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Christmas time is when you should wake up and see how the old accounts -
m are standing,- what are not collected should be. We are in the Collection Busi
H ness and can give you prompt and efficient service. Go through your books and
H send your accounts to us for collection. Also get our system whereby you may
H collect your accounts.
I WALLACE LAW & ADJUSTMENT CO. If
I 312 ATLAS BLOCK
Both Phones 1069 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
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Utah and Nevada stocks I
wouldn't you like to keep posted as to
what these stocks are doing. Would
n't you like to know just what mine
conditions are, and what the pros
pects for an advance or decline will
be in the securities you hold? For our
out-of-town clients we publish a week
ly market letter that contains this in
formation. If you are interested we
will gladly mail it to you on request.
If you live in Salt Lake call us up on
either phone; 215 is our number; or
better still, come in and see us at 408
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Salt Lake City, Utah
Members of the Salt Lake Stock and Mining Exchange
Wm. H. Child & Co.
343 South Main Street
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ON ALL MARKETS
Work With Nature
Let our beautiful display of holiday jew
elry and silver invite and please your eyes.
Perhaps the new things are no better
than the old, but they ARE NEW, and if the
quality is as good as the old, they are in
Our reputation was pY"?""1'
built with reliable lrtJlfoiS?
merchandise. - '"urnst
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
J. J. McCLELLAN II
Conductor Symphony Orchestra
MUSIC STUDIO :
610 TEMPLETON BUILDING
Hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, daily except Thursdays. '
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Voice Culture and I
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