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ffl : TOE SAIP H&KE TRIBXHSTE STOfDAY MOEMG, FEBRUARY 21, 1904. 21 1 I
' OiLiVSTON, Wyo.. Fob. lS.-Plcase
) T , next Sunday's Tribune: How
i rrjored cruisers are there in the
' X StC6 navy at prcsentT-Eva.
S3 o eighL othcr build,ns or
i 10 ror-. . .
M WKE clTY- Fcb- 19--CfuY
II II '.teter a proper name as a trade
'I'll i .d how7 Heaubeau.
"fe5y; or copyright iu
15 t CITY, Feb. 17. Pleaso
li ThMs A Edison's home ad
1 SunSVs issue of The Trlb-
Jf Orange, New Jersey.
' t t.t CITY Feb. IS. Will
i JtoH S In next Sunday's
n&S p7if a five-dollar gold piece o
iff nr 1S43 could be sold for moro
I Jfve dollars, and, If so. where it
1 old?--01d Subscriber.
4 not expert in the lore of old-
.1 MuS? but should think not, as
tlf! Sve'-dollur gold Pieces were
B0U0NT0BY POINT. Lucln Cut
iitah Feb. 17 .-WW you pleaso an
"tho following questions in your
; clay's paper; Should a married
I -km S hSrVvcn name or her hus-
JT? when sho is signing her name to
"hln"? C) Is lt onIy divrccd wo
tol SJrtlt sign their given name? (3)
I S? I nerson with a slight curvature
ft, lX havo them straightened by
55 L,: or do you know of any means
S&y they can bo straightened?
husband is alive, and still her
S. her husband's name should be
C) And widows. (3) Yes, under
HEBER CITY, Utah. Feb. ".-Will
JrWe answer in your Sunday's ls-
'H 2 he following questions: What is
ZI Z crtatest population of the city of
-'a toitne Box Elder county, and what
Sdti S Was the largest? (2) What and
was the freo school Ilrst started
inah and whether it was started by
tit .rfgious denomination or by the Ter-
isr and what place it was opened,
9, iir i'nd date? Reader.
doubt in 1S70, when the census
ttJsi ied 7S3 population. (2) It was by
irfa iipobllc, but the date is not at pres-
' T accessible.
j -ATELINE, Utah. Feb. 17. Please
. zsni tho fololwlng questlbn in Sun
aj issue of your paper: What battlc
' C Bob Evans command at tho
taft of Santiago? A bets he was
:;;uln of the Texas; B bets ho was
Wfaln of the Iowa. J . P. S.
nij Ei commanded the Iowa.
11 CUMBERLAND, Wyo., Feb. 15. Will
?i iff Hndly define the difference be
j Tris a torpedo boat and a torpedo-
w lot destroyer? A Reader.
f 1 torpedo boat is a boat designed to
ti J '.1 torpedoes Into the big ships and
IsMe or destroy them; a torpedo-boat
ILVCI s;ojer protects the big ships and
TELU eroys tho torpedo boats.
JILT LAKE CITY, Feb. 14. Under
'JMsireserft city ordinances, are the ros
..jflMpsiits allowed to sell liquors in pack-
Nyjris on Sunday, the same as any other
iiyl&jw, or are they subject to the same
"7 Miction as saloons? (2) What 11
u'; aa do they pay? Subscriber.
fey are under virtually tho same re
rghfj, sillQLS as saloons. (2) One hundred
r UlJ t&.3 per quarter.
HAGER1IAN, Ida., Feb. 11. Please
:. tie address of a good hospital and
'isiu manager, of Salt Lake City.
'" " ider.
flres3 either St. Mark's hospital or
Hospital of the Holy Cross, Salt
wDA SPRINGS. Feb. 16. Will you
Mjf -wi Inform me what salary the
?!dtnt of the LTnlted States receives
l) ti if he gets less for tho first year
1 r? ha does for the three years fol
fllj This will settle a dispute.
r-At Eim Clarke.
r,ui Hj gets $50,000 a year, and every'
, f. there Is no difference between tho
(0 t ttt year and any other year.
iU-f fLT LAKE CITY, Feb. 17. Will
1 1! atate Iu next Sunday's Trib-
y -! Uat the twentieth anlversai-y of
marriage is called? Is it a linen
rttlna wedding? A Reader.
Ji p15 twentieth Is china.
fill LiVKB CITT- Feb- 17. If a
I 'llBrp Statcs pensioner dley betveen,
nK f?' D?cPmbQr 4th and March
UPK; , hls heIrs sot the portion of
st ffi " due 7 (2) K he dies-between
rfc S i, and the tImo t.o receiving
" 1 uvT?? ne ,lls warrant, can his heirs
lUOfO 7 (3) in table qUauette, is lt
5 01 riwnner8 t0 eat your plate clean,
J'fJ L":n!t0lle leave a morsel, for in-tz-t
of pudding, cake, etc.? (4) Is
B4up?0ed to clean hia plato from
-. hJ' r lhstance, with a pleco of
'TOPI 0r 6hould 11 b0 dono with a teo
)W Kr.not at all? Subscriber.
fifi3 im H?kr0a ProPer proceedings in
ScoiJ.' u ot without proper author--3)
h. i t p-ndB 011 llow hungrj you
iV " he wants lt, he should
,r2?AKE CITY. Feb. 16.-Please
U?K'j" folowlng questions in next
fil' Wbuno: How many M. D.'s
klmbi W1 ach01 are there In Salt
rl'Mw'h, ow m'y homeopaths? (3)
' cl"'y are surgeons? (4) Are any
Ch 1 oll.y Utah educated, or have
K) r,,:"- th Western States? (5)
K. "way are of the Mormon faith?
MfcSL??ny nre Catholic? B.
"ontknow of any count that has
,'HL,'n ma:de. (2) No count. (3)
IBt h? no returns of thio. (4) They
lK'i. e 'finished" elsewhere, as
E't kSvCal cch001 la utah 5
RKE CITY', Feb. 15. Can a
RS !"an wo Uvea in Utah will
TpviPr110 ad personal property
IBbsh"ljren and ,oave nothing for
7KrD-nd, according to law? An In-
,BSM'rtd mako Buch a will, but it
3Pend on circumstances
yplMfci."' curt3 vould uphold lt
BfnvLAKB Cm'- Fob- 16. Are
'UB:UtjU V", or horses going to tho
"JlnV i r from Utah, and whero
HMcr. out a,bout it? A Constant
T w"hltakcr, director of
ui-e&c i!Je st JLjOU9 cxposl"
iWKt?, CITY Feb. 16. Pleaso
iff fflpM n JL Allowing questions: A. E,
'I'lflfct r, Paying cribbage; A plays
fflWBHsy3 ap,ays a four. making it 13;
a frl deuce- making it 1G-2; D
m:iklnE It 18, with a run
tffr'M) liaya an ace, making It 19, with
a run of 4; B plays a five, making it 24,
with a run of 5, C passes; D plays a
four, making It 28, and claims a run of
o, J? D ?nl,tleu a run of 5 or not?
(-) If you have a tank of water weigh
ing fifty pounds, then put a Hvo flBh
weighing ten pounds Into it, will the
ijsh Tlncrea the weight any or not?
(3) How many stories high will tho now
Government postofflce bo when com
pleted, and what will be the cost of
same? A. G. C.
Yes. (2) It will Increase- lt. (3)
ihree; tho cost cannot now bo stated..
HELPER Utah, Feb. lS.-Dear Slra:
A ill you pk-aso glvo tho answer to the
following question in next Sunday's
Wrlbune What Is the distance of the
proposed railroad from Callentes, Nov..
to Daggett, Cal.; also from Daggett to
Los Angeles? A Subscriber
Callentes to Daggett, 300 miles; Dag
gett to Los Angeles, 175 miles.
v-1,?' r,tla" Fob- 13. Please answor
the following questions in Tho Trib
une: Tom and I havo mado a bet. Tom
says thero will be a leap year every
four years 1 from now on. I say there
III only be threo or four leap years.
Will you pleaso stato If I am right and
give reasons? Subscriber.
There will bo a leap year from now
on evory four years during tho present
century, including the year 2000. Tho
reason Is. that by tho method of time
keeping we have adopted, tho addition
al day every fouth year brings our
computation In accord with1 tho sea
sons, without loss or gain in time,
MALAD CITY. Ida., Feb. 15. Pleaso
answer tho following questions: What
was the amount tho United States paid
to Colombia for the Panama route? (2)
What will the distances be on the
Isthmus of Panama? (3) What benefit
will the United States get by complet
ing hc Panama route? A Subscriber.
lt didn't pay .Colombia anything, but
would havo paid her ten million dollars
if she had ratified the- canal treaty;
now this sum will be paid to Panama
when tho United States Senate ratifies
the canal treaty. (2) Forty-six miles.
(3) It would glvo the United States tho
command of tho 'greatest distance-saving
canal In the world, and the tribute
of tho world's commerce would bo ours.
CIRCLEVILLE, Utah, Fob. 10. If
possible, pleaso glvo tho definition and
syllabllze tho following word taken
from a modern book upon the advance
ments of the Twentieth century:
What is meant by the words "Gun
powder treason plot," which occurred
November 8th? I have read and heard
of this expression several times. Sub
scriber. If you will "excuse us on this, we will
forglvo you for shoving such a com
bination at us. (2) It was a plot to
blow up the Parliament house with
gunpowder, which had been stored in
tho vaults under the building. In Lon
don. Tho plot was to have been exe
cuted on November 5, 1605, but was de
tected and frustrated. November 5th
Is still celebrated in many English
towns; a part of tho ceremonies being
to burn an efilgy of Guy.Fawkes, who
was the immedlato agent of the con
SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 13. I havo
noticed that you recommend the winter
spraying of fruit trees with salt, sul
phur and lime, but I havo never seen
anything with regard to what propor
tion of each and how much water to
use. Would you kindly glvo tho recipe
In your next issue.
(2.) I have some dry' bench land that
runs up against the steep mountain
side getting considerable natural seep
age from the same and I think of .put
ting In some spring wheat, but am at a
loss to know what would bQ the best
kind to use and where the seed could be
(3.) Also would like to know where
brome gross seed could be bought.
If you could publish answers to these
questions in your next Issue you would
oblige a subscriber and perhaps sub
(1.) Tho answer Is In formula No. 5,
which is the old No. 7, tho lime, sul
phur and salt, Issued by John P. Sorcn
sen. Inspector of PestB for this coun
ty, viz.: With a gallon and a half of
boiling water make a paste of 15 pounds
of sulphur, then with 10 gallons boiling
water slack 30 pounds of fresh lime In
a strong barrel, stir with a hoc a min
ute, now pour In your sulphur "paste;
cover quick with an old blanket and a
tub upside down on tho barrel; let lt
cook for 10 minutes; now stir, so lime
don't burn, cover quickly, let stand 10
minutes; dissolve 11 pounds of coarse
salt with two gallons of boiling water;
when dissolved put Into barrel, stir, lot
stand 10 minutes; now' fill barrel with
hot water to make 45 gallons. This Is
the best of sprays, as it kills every
thing, but lt can only be used In winter
when trees are dormant, but there Is no
spray to compare with lt for efficiency.
(2.) Write to Mr. Peter Larsen of
Hunter, Salt Lake county, the most
successful dry bench farmer; he ( can
tell what kind of spring wheat Is best
for dry farming. (3) At tho seed stores,
OGDEN, Utah," Feb. 1C. I was work
ing last summer on the Ogden-Lucln
cut-off and the officials for Box Elder
county collected road poll tax from the
company, the same being taken from
my wages. At the flamo time I owned
some property in Uinta county, Wyo.,
and whea I received notici of my taxes
I paid them; when my receipt came I
discovered I had -paid rood poll tax
again, bo I wroto to the Uinta county
official explaining the fact, but he de
clined to give me back my money. Now
would you kindly advise mo through
your Question and Answer columns
what to do next and who to write to?
You should write first to tho railroad
officials who retained the poll-tax out
of your pay, which under the circum
stances they ought not to havo dono. If
they won't pay tho money back, your
chance to recover lt Is slim.-'
Nervousness and Nerve.
Tho more nervous a man Is. tho less
rcrvc ho has. That sounds paradoxical
but it isn't: for norvo Is stamina.
Hood's SavrtftparlUa gives norvo. It tones
the whole system, perfects digestion and
assimilation, and Is therefore tho best
medicine a nervous porson can take,
Tf vou got tired easily, mcantally or
Physically, tako It It will do you good.
Elk Horn Whiskey Nine Years Old.
For 53.40 wc ship In plain boxes to any
nolnt on the railroad in Utah, Idaho
and Wyoming, express prepaid, four
full auarts of tho abovo well-known
brand a fine old mellow whiskey, guar
anteed to clvo satisfaction.
Remit either by money order or
bank exchange. For reference, any ex
press company or National Bank of the
Reiiubllc. C. H. REILLY,
Elk Liquor Co., Cor. State and 1st- So.
Bto., Salt Lake- City, Utah.
1823. REBUS PROVERB.
1525 T' 0 A I".
"As ancient Is this hostelry
As any in tho land may bo."
Wo wore gatherod about T F" O
P V' in a room in a "stranRo. Old
fnshloncd. silent town." on an a"'"' I
..tho dQy j3 cnalnp th0 nl-ht Is
descending." and wo fall kito a vein of
Bong and story-telling to pass tho time.
T..-y...,. b"". "with largo and sin
ewy hands." tells of T b",m O T
S" "staunch and strong, a poodly ves
sel." M'" S'", "clad In doublot and
hose, and boots of Cordovan leather."
gives us tho legend of T" S"M I A4",
"still In rudo armor dressed." J" A'
"apalco. and related tho wonderous ad
vonturo" of ; "fair was Bho to
behold, that maiden of sovonteen sum
mers." T T" K, who had corao
'riding from far away, Melchlor and Gas
par, and Baltazar." related tho legend of
H" A R" "gone tho way that thou
shalt go." R B "a ploughman
who, in foul and fair, sings at his task,"
then Bang T S O H"" "sang his
wonderous birth and being." followed by
A P o L". "in mournful numbers."
s" S said, "EVery tub Bmclls
of the wlno that la In It," and so ho ro
tated tho appropriate legend of C,,,, In
s". and "tho paladins of Charlemagno.
tho Cld of Campoador." I then told tho
Btory of T W,,, O T HM,,,,1 "that
SRllcd tho wintry sea." At last T" O"
c.... 0. rp,. B,., ..poIntf, an(1 bcckons
with Its hands" that lt is tlmo for ub to
start for home. T D I D "and
tho darkness falls from tho wing of nljrht,"
and as wo roach tho open B,,-B aro
falling "out of tho bosom of tho air." I
crossed T" B"" "at midnight, as tho
clock was Blrlklng tho hour." and sat
down at home, full of R ; for
though "wo aco but dimly through tho
ml3ts and vapors," wo may bo sure that
our stops aro accompanied by p q
A', "which wako the bettor soul that
slumbered to a holy, calm delight."
'Twas dainty crepo do llsso
With 'broldered tracery
Of vines and Uowers and beea
Most perfect for to see.
Then was I puzzled muoh,
Give it to maiden Flo,
Who has too mnny such?
"HI! DECK HER FAN 7" cried Joe.
Even though TWO ONE may bo pres
ent, it must' not be Inferred that when tho
barber uses IiIk THREE FOUR Intends to
Bharo tho ONE. FOUR would probably
Indignantly disown any such Intention.
Nevertheless FOUR and tho ONE may
come Into violent contact, and, if they
should, thoro would bo apt to bo TWO
COMPLETE moro or less disastrous to ono
or the other or both. T. H.
In spire nnd turret I am found,
And also in a chorry tree.
Also In vines along tho ground,
And In the deep bluo sea.
I am a very uBcful thing.
When o'er you speak or write, ,
I'm always found In a sapphlro ring
And In the pearls so white.
A, C. L.
1929. OBLIQUE RECTANGLE.
1. A letter. 2. Tho distal segmont of tho
hind limb of vertebrates, etc. 3. Stations.
4. Doors. 5. A wllL 6. Consisting of sta
mens. 7. Slimmer. 8. Emitted air from
tho noso. 8. Weeds. 10. Guided. 11. A
letter. T. H.
When winds blow chill o'er hill and valo,
Tho Ico King dons his suit of malL
Ho travels forward travels back,
Tho Snow Queon follows in his track.
Next morn tho earth's a bed of down.
No cars for us we'll walk to town.
Wo start wo slip wo fall wo know
That there wns ice beneath tho snow!
When Fortune smiles with goodly store,
Thcro's nothing ONE we've friends ga
lore. But lot Mlsfortuno turn tho tide.
Our friends COMPLETE on ever side.
And so 'wo faco a stern mistake,
That from our dreamland colls, "awakol"
And then wo nib our eyes and know
That thero was Ico beneath the snow!
L. D. REES.
King of tho country-side, I wave my
My good blado glistens In the sunlight
I scatter broadcast on tho eager land
Health, strength and comfort, wrapped
In burnished gold.
An attractive and useful prize will bo
glvon tho sender of the best list of pooms
answering No. 1925. Tho solutions aro to
bo forwarded within one week to E. R.
Chadbourn, LewUton, Maine, and in caso
of doubt tho winner will bo decided by any
Bpeolal merit noted in ono of the nearest
1914. Important events should occur on
1915. Hearth, heart, hear, hea, he, H.
191G. 1. Scow, cow. 2. Box, ox. 3; Scat,
cat; 4. Scoot, cool o. Howl, owL C. Stern,
tern. 7. Steal, teal. S. Craven, raven. 9.
Beagle, eagle. 10. Hotter, otter. 11. Feel,
ell. 12. Pants, ants. 13. Spike, pike. 11.
When, hen. 15, Smite, mlto. 1C. Yelk, elk.
17. Wasp, asp. 18. Capo, ape.
1917. Straw, wartB.
1918. Forewarned 1b forearmed.
1920. Magellan, Cook, Smith, Drake,
Cabot, Franklin, Bollot, Marchand, An
son, LlvlngBtone. Payer, Tasman, Kldd,
(Continued from Pago 20.)
matlc fervor of those who have gained
famo In the world of operas. She has
not the physique of a Sibyl Sanderson
or a Nordlca or nn Eames or a Nevnda,
but sho has tho trills and the magnetlo
poses of a composite of these, and la
years younger than cither of them
when they were reaching the top rungs
of tho ladder of fame and fortune In
their chosen Hold. Concert work is
much more difficult to produce a wide
world reputation than that of the artist
essaying operatlo roles. MIsb Ramsey
will become aware of this as her ex
perience as an entertainer progresses
and as she goes Into tho critical centers
"With health and the fundamental In
struction which she has ncqulred from
the masters of the Orient, she will make
her Impress, but not as sho would In tho
"Tho young lady's auditors of last j
evening wish her tho greatest success
In her future endeavor, and truat' that
her nsplratlonB may be fully realized."
Creators a Ifavorito.
Creator and his Royal Italian band
are to appear at St. Louis on Tuesday
evening, and of tho leader tho St. Louis
"Tho coming of Creatoro will bo
hailed with delight by lovors of good
band music Tho fanciful leader and
his Italian band aro booked for' a single
concert at tho Odeon Tuesday night,
February' 23rd. As a leader Creatoro
Btands In a class by himself. Neither
the Imperturbable Gllmorc, nor tho sinew-backed
Sousa and tho handsome
Victor Herbert can excel Creatoro for
queer effectiveness with his baton. St.
Loulsans found out two years ago that
Creatoro could got as much sweet mu
sic out of his artists by his frenzied
loading as any other bandmaster, par
adoxical as it may seom. He will of
fer an entirely new programmo at his
An Evening of Ballads.
That the old-tlmo ballads aro dear to
tho hearts of Salt Lako's muslo lovers
and that Mrs. Melvln is ono of tho most
popular soloists of the city wero shown
by the largo audience which greeted her
on Thursday evening at tho First Pres
byterian church, when she gavo an
ovening of English, Irish and Scotch
ballads. The programmo was a varied
one, one that tested tho powers of the
singer to the utmost, and that Mrs.
Melvln's artistic work was appreciated
was ovldont from tho enthusiasm with
which each number vas received. In
the Interpretation of songs requiring
dramatic ability, Mrs. Melvln Is espe
cially good nnd her efforts to pleaso in
this direction never fall. The best
thing that Bho did on Thursday ovening
waa the beautiful old Scotch ballad,
"Tho Land o' the Leal," with a violin
obllgato by Mr. Skelton, and Mrs. Mel
vln's rendition of the song was such as
to touch the hearts of all who heard.
Mr. Skelton, always a favorite, was
at his best in the Concerto In D (De Bc
riot), and received a hearty encore. Tho
Chrlstensen string quartette also fa
vored tho audlenco with several finely
rendered selections. Miss Hattle Wlsh
ard was the able accompanist of tho
Tomorrow evening Miss Agatha Berk
hoel will assume chargo of the class
whloh has been studying the history of
muslo for some months past at tho
studio of Mrs. Agnes Osborno. Miss
Berkhoel Is -a pupil of Felix Borowskl,
the great Russian authority on tho his
tory of music, and will conduct her
class after tho manner followed In a
regular conservatory of music Begin
ning with tomorrow evening tho class
will meet every othor Monday at Mrs.
Osborne's studio, 445 South Main, at 8
o'clock, and all who aro Interested aro
cordially invited to Join.
H. H. McCorklo, basso, will sing an
"O Salutarls" by Stradella at St.
Mary's cathedral this morning.
Tho threo Wagner programmes wlilch
Mmc. Nordlca will present at her re
citals with Walter Damrosch and tho
New York Symphony orchestra at Car
neglo hall, New York, on tho after
noons of Wednesday, March 2nd, Sun
day, March 6th, and Saturday, March
12th, will Include excerpts from "Lo
hengrin," "Tannhauser," "Die Walk
ure," "Siegfried," "Gottordamlncrungy
"Parsifal," "Dlo Melsterslnger" and
"Tristan und Isolde." Each of tho pro
grammes will bo wholly different from
the others. Mme. Nordlca will sing
Elsa's "Dream" and "Prayer," Eliza
beth's "DIch Theure Halle" and tho
prayer, tho cry of tho Valkyrie, Brunn
hlldo's "Awakening and Entreaty,"
Brunnhllde's "Immolation," Kundry's
song from "Parsifal" and, the Llebestod
from "Tristan." Each song will have
full orchestral accompaniment, and
there will bo instrumental numbers on
each programmo from tho different mu
This evening at Unity hall the Eli-'
terpo quartette will Blng a selection and
Miss Fannie Nealo will render a piano
Miss Agatha Berkhoel will bo the so
loist and Mrs. Agnes Osborne tho ac
companist at the regular meeting of
Unity club tomorrow evening at Unity
Tho regular Tabernacle organ reci
tals by Mr. McClellan will bo resumed
on the afternoon of April 4th and bo
given on Tuesday and Friday after
noons during the summer. Year by
year thoso semi-weekly recitals grow In
popularity with residents of Salt Lako,
as well as tho stranger within our gates1,
and every recital last summer was en
Joyed by many hundred of listeners.
Not only do thoso attending havo the
pleasure of hearing tho best of muslo
on ono of the greatest of organs, but
the best of local talent appears fre
quently at the recitals.
At the First Unitarian church this
morning, Mls3 Emily Larsen, will sing
"The Flight of Ages."
According to word received from
Pittsburg Walter Damrosch has defi
nitely declined to accept tho position of
director of the Pittsburg orchestra. Tho
committee made a tentative proposi
tion to Mr. Damrosch to become the
successor to Victor Herbert, who re
tires from the leadership on March 19th,
but lt appears Mr. Damrosch made his
acceptance conditional on tho guaran
tors pledging themselves to do certain
things In the direction of improving tho
capabilities of tho organization, and
these conditions not being granted Mi'.
Damrosch has definitely declined.
This morning at tho Central Chris
tian church, Mrs. Martha Royle-Klng
will sing "Peace I Leave With. You"
Rehearsals aro In progress for tho
beautiful cantata "The Holy City," to
be given at the Central Christian church
early In March, MIkj Plnkerton, Miss
Dwycr, Mr. Graham and Mr. Copley
aro to be tho soloists.
"Madame Butterlly." a new opera by
Glacomo Puccini, waa produced for the
first time at Milan last Wednesday
cvonlng at tho Scala theater. Tho opera
was rather coldly received, the public
thinking the muslo vas too reminiscent
of other works by -the composer. Tho
critics, however, say the score contains
certain pastxiges of high excellence.
Bomo critics came from foreign coun
tries to witness the production. There
wore several encores, and SIgnor Puc
cini was called before tho curtain twice.
The theater wns crowded. SIgnor Mas
cagnl waB among those present.
Tho announcement of tho complete
cycle of the "NIbelungen" tetralogy,
which will bo given in March, hus been
sent out. As In the case of "Parsifal,"
tho performances will be given In ac
cordance with the best Bayreuth tradi
tions, under the musical direction of
Mottl and Hertz, and tho stage super
vision of Anton Fuchs,. who has pro
duced all Richard Wagner's muslo
dramos at tho Festival theater, Bayreuth.
Gravol, Sand, Sealraonta In tho urlns aw
cured by Oregon Kidney. Tee, I
THREE GRETH A1RSH8FS r
Tho Scientific American of Novomber
7th devoted over a pago to tho description
and possibilities of tho Groth airship,
which caused such a sensation In sailing 1
over San Francisco on October 18th. Thou
sands of people saw tho mechanical crea
turo mako evolutions In tho wind that
ehowed tho operator had completo con
trol, but lt required a moro powerful mo
tor. This motor Is now bclnnr constructed.
Since the breaking out of hostilities be
tween Russia and Japan, overtures havo
been mado to Dr. Groth to build three alr
shlpB equipped for military purposes. No
further Information on tills matter can be
given out at this tlmo.
Airships havo boen tho subjects of Jokes
for so long that many peoplo still consid
er them a kind of myth. Read what tho
"Dr. Groth has set tho wholo scientific
world agog." Phlla. North American.
"Most pronounced success In airship
building yet recorded." N. Y. World.
"Fortune for Inventor and stockholders."
S. F. Examiner.
Tho history of tho Invention reads llko
that of many other groat discoveries, In
which tho Inventor waB ombaiTasaed by
lack of funds for experimental purposce.
Tho American Aerial Navigation Com
pany, which now owns nino patents and
claims on this Wonderful airship, lfl com
posed principally of machinists. Thero
aro no capitalists among thorn, and now
that Dr, Groth has succeeded, thousands
of dollars aro nt his command for a con
trolling interest. Dr. Groth will not ac
cent, however, and glvo control to any ono
MILLIONS IN THIS INVENTION.
Theso ships will bo oxhlbltod In all largo
cities In tho United States. Thoy wUl sail
from ono city to another and will causo
tremendous excitement whorovor they go.
Any ono can seo that big money will bo
mado by simply exhibiting theso airships,
and tho Company has other plans that
will bring cvon greater profits to stock
holders. Somo of the possibilities for Im
medlato ubo of airships aro: Military pur-
ioscs, Govommcnt surveying, exploration, I
Ifo savlnp station, carrying machinery I
and supplies Into hlthorton lnnccesslblo
mining districts, exhibition and advcrtls
i lnp purposos.
There will Boon bo a lavish reward for
tho Inventor and Ertockholders as tho earn
ing capacity of this company will bo.
enormous. Tho J100.0CO prlzo offered by
tho St. Louis Exposition is easily within
their grasp, and tho earnings from the
exhibition of theso ships alone will pay
such dlvldcndn to stockholders as to bo al
most beyond boiler.
PLAN TO BUILD FOUR AIRSHIPS
Tho company Intends to Immediately be
gin the construction of four tfew airships,
and havo placed a number of shares on
tho niarkot for tho purposo of raising tho
Readprs of this paper who dc3iro to se
curo a few of these shares, should scnJ In
their applications Immediately.
When tho shares of tho Bell Telephone
woro first put upon tho market, twenty
flvo years ago, thoy vpnt begging at $1 a
eharo; but t,ho profits of an original inves
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Many families In New England wero wlso
enough to Invest amall sums In Bell Tclc
phono stock, and theso peoplo uto Inde
pendently wealthy today. Tho scope of
tho 'airship Is wider than that of tho tele
phone. This slock Is absolutely non-assessablo,
and Is now belnp sold at tho remarkably
low prlco of $2.50 per share. A limited
number of shares will bo sold on short
term Installments. No certiflcato Issued
for less than five shares.
In sixty days you will know thilt this In
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NOW Is tho time to buy theso shares.
Don't lot anything keep you from sending
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St.. San Francisco, Cal.
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