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j 1 GOOqvyiN'S .W.EEKLiY
H Joining the Moose
B ' Bv J3URL ARMSTRONG
H HPHEY stood at Armageddon and they argued politics
B 1 For both were wise gazabos and up to all the tricks ;
H They counted on their fingers the friends they once be-
K. Counted as Republicans and totaled quite a score.
Hj, "What's come of Bill, the Booster famed leader of the
Kj The gang used to follow him whene'er he spoke the
B!j "O, Bill, he's gone wrong this fall the big erratic goose
Bj He's cast away his moorings and gone and j'ined the
H "And Jake, the doughty captain, always brought his dis-
B trict down
B Is he still strong and willing in the party of renown?"
H "Well, you see, Jake was skinned for sheriff, so it's very
m little use
H To look for him still with us he's gone and j'ined the
j "I ree'lect Jack Spivins who won every campaign bet;
Br Tell me, pray, O tell me, is he fighting with us yet?"
H "No, Jack has lost his bearings he's playing fast and
Bj Got the promise of appointment and he's gone and j'ined
Hf the Moose'
Hl "How about that busy feller who owned the Fifty-
H And counted all the votes for more'n they were worth?"
HBj "Why, he has made a flip-flop and is singing like Caruse
H t He sounds like an evangel snee he's gone and j'ned the
E "Last week he j'ined the regulars and boosted for their
m And now he's with the Dimmycrats, a-boostin' just the
H !!; Nejct week I 'hope to find him sittin' up in the caboose
B ;! Givin' orders to the trainmen to come and j'ine the
H 1;j Moose.
m "For there are many people who don't care how they
H So long as they can get a job, no matter how remote;
H They'll stand at Armageddon and battle like the deuce
H 'Till money quts a-flowin' from the coffers of the Moose "
H MINING AND FINANCIAL.
B 'Contlnuod from Pago 7.)
H its rose and every cloud a copper lin-
H ing is verified. The first gleam of
VB that predicted millennium, when the
lion and la'mh shall lie down together,
has reached Park City. Manager
Thomas Kearns, of the Silver King
Coalition, has paid a personal visit to
the Silver King Consolidated, and no
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FOR SALE Babcock Electric Vic
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B. C. Morris Floral Company, 52 E.
Second South street, telephone Wa
one will be surprised to see the au
tomobile of Solon Spiro, president of
the Silver King Consolidated, stand
ing in front of the Silver King Coali
tion's doorstep. In fact, it is said on
excellent authority, that Mr. Spiro al
ready has returned the visit of Man
ager Kearns by proxy, sending his
personal engineers into the workings
of the Coalition. Thus the feud that
has been one of the mining landmarks
of the state since the King Consoli
dated sued the King Coalition for the
value of ore taken from their joint
property, seems destined to melt away
under genial rays of light reflected
by British gold. This new cordiality
is the best evidence yet presented
that there is something in the report
ed deal involving the two King prop
erties and the English syndicate.
Persons who are familiar with the
concentration process being intro
duced at the Ontario mine declare
that some of its most valuable features
were devised by a metallurgist who
is now working on plans for the
Knight mill at Tintic. His part in the
Park City development is said to have
been obscured by the forced sale of
his patents for a thousand dollars to
the company which afterward put
them to use.
Basil Gill, the English leading man
just arrived for the production of
"The Daughter of Heaven," talked of
clergymen and actors. His own father
is a olergyman, and, said he: "Neither
of us is ashamed of the other's pro
fossion. The two callings are more
akin than many people think, for both
require the ability to convince an audi
ence of one's sincerity. I do not think
it at all strange that so many actors
are sons of clergymen. My father, my
grandfather and my great-grandfather
are clergymen, I have a brother and
two hrothers-inJaw in the same pro
fession, and I suppose I was headed'
for the church, for I sang in St. Paul's
cathedral choir when I was a boy.
When I saw Wilson Barrett, I made
up my mind to go on the stage, and
there was no parental opposition."
"I think he's a believer In perpetu
al motion "
"Does jay so?"
"No, but ho lets his debts ruu on
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