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title: 'Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, December 16, 1916, Page 38, Image 38',
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ft 38 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. I
IHwj By Jack London.
Wt (Continued from page 12.)
W emptied, until, quickly, there was no more shoot-
Hj K ing. The young man was elated. Through that
il astonishing fiisillade he had come unscathed. Ho
I glanced back. Yes, they had emptied their mag-
jtHil azlnes. He could see several reloading. Others
Hw were running back behind the house for their
Hjpf " horses. As ho looked, two, already mounted,
m camo back into view around the corner, riding
fw hard. And, at the same moment, he saw the man
t , IK with the ginger beard kneel down on the ground,
! pHE level his gun, and coolly take his time for the
, Iw long shot.
1 , y The young man throw his spurs into the
jjS horse, crouched very low, and swerved in his
i vm flight in order to distract the other's aim. And
! M still the Bhot did not come. With each jump
' im of the horse, the woods sprang nearer. They
i Ira were only two hundred yards away, and still the
I H shot was delayed.
i!BJ And then ho heard it, the last thing he was
IB) ever to hear, for he was dead ere ho hit the
'Ha ground in the long crashing fall from the saddle.
Mf And they, watching at the house, saw him
WL fall, sow his body bounce when it struck the
K earth, and paw the burst of red-cheeked, apples
-I g that rolled about him. They laughed at the un-
1 W expected eruption of apples, and clapped their
i a hands in applause of the long shot by the man
I Mr with the ginger beard.
K (Now that Jack London's work has so sudden-
H ly come to an end there will bo much discussion
jH concerning his place in literature. London was
JH so prolific, his output was so great, that many of
, CH his books were lacking in literary finish. The de-
VB mands of his popularity were exigent, and his
H work suffered. Doubtless some of his stories will
- B endure, but which stories? It is for the future to
lH answer. But a story like the following will en-
" M force attention when final critical judgment comes
I to be passed upon Jack London. It displays the
iB literary form of which London was master when
DB he wrote with care. So far as known it has not
,flp been published in this country, except by Theo-
W' dore Bonnett in San Francisco. It was contributed
!B., to,' the London Nation five years ago. Editor's
S ) THE PARAGRAPHERS
Si Here's Dr. Aked of the nutship lecturing to us
Sf on the war. Presumably he thinks people think
SJ ho has learned something from contact. Some
Hi pdople do. That's why it pays for him to drivel.
' R San Francisco Town Talk.
Hl 'lit was said at the clinical congress in Phila-
Mn delphia that high living was responsible for most
IBM operations. We have long suspected it. But the
IHj doctors insist on living high. New York Morn-
Hj ing Telegraph.
H Tho hyphenates are now claiming that old
jB Doc Cook discovered the north pole because his
SB father was a German. It does seem as though
jjBJj thel Teutons were doing everything possible to
fH win over the king of Denmark. Bostcn Tran-
Jff M .The farmer who is being congratulated on ?2
JH fl wlieat is now in a position to appreciate exactly
11 II how that fellow who sold his Bethlehem steel
m il wlien it reached thirty feels. Send your felicita-
1 tions to the Chicago speculators. Boston Tran-
' 'I ! ."Father," said the small boy, "what's an explor-
! S I er?' "An explorer, my son, is a man who dis-
I jl I coders some place that nobody wants to go to,
' i I anjl that he wouldn't be able to find, anyhow."
'A B Baltimore American. '
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Salt Lake Theatre Friday i&KLy-22"23 I
By arrangements with the
METROPOLITAN OPERA CO.
Serge de Diaghileff s 1
From Metropolitan Opera House, with Adolf Bolm, Lydia Lopokova,
Waslav Nijinski, Flore Revalles and other famous
dancers and orchestra of fifty.
PRICES: Boxes and stalls $20.00 to $40.00, Lower Floor $5.00, Balcony 2 front
rows center $5.00, 2 rear rows center and first row sides $4.00, second and third
rows sides $2.50. Family Circle 2 front rows $3.00, 2 rear rows $2.50, sides $2.00.
Gallery (unreserved) $1.00.
O 1 a- T 1 HPI . Tues. and Wed., December 19-20
ball -Lake Iheatre Matinee Wednesday
BACK AT LAST
GEORGE M. COHAN and SAM H. HARRIS I
Supreme Comedy Success
"IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE"
You'll Laugh! You'll Scream! You'll Collapse!
Ask anyone who saw it last year. You can't go wrong on this show.
Matinee, 25c to $1.00. Nights, 25c to $1.50 Box Sale Sat., Dec. 16th.
The life of the city from noon until midnight is
THE WILSON GRILL
E. L. WILLIE, Manager
The first caberet entertainers in this city were brought here by this management, and
the best entertainment of the kind to be found is at the Wilson Grill High class and
refined in every respect. Dancing every evening. Our noonday Merchants' Luncheons
at 40c are unsurpassed served from 11.30 to 2.30. Nine course table d:Hote Dinner,
$1.00 from 5.30 to 8.30. Country Store Nights every Tuesday and Friday and Carnival
Nights every Thursday with serpentine carnival hats and other fun makers.