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The annual meeting of the stock-
I hoider8 of the Z. 0. M. I. which was
!m on Wednesday, showed a very
i SllMng state of affairs to the stock-
Sers During the past year the
Ime of husiness transacted by the
Z mercantile establishment was
litter than that of any previous year.
The cash receipts were $4,246,890 03,
.ad the general conditions were found
I, be most encouraging. A dividend
of 12 per cent was declared for twelve
! months, 4 per cent payable in April,
i per cent in October and the extra
dividend of 2 per cent to bo paid as
may be determined hereafter by the
The election of officers rsulted as
Joseph F. Smith, president; George.
Romney, vice president; T. G. Web
ber, secertary, and A. W. Carlson,
Directors: Heher J. Grant, Anthon
H Lund, John Henry Smith, John It.
Barnes, John R. Winder, Wm. H. Mc
Intvre Henry Dinwoodey, Francis M.
Lyman, Reed Smoot, T. G. Webber, L.
Superlntedent Webber and the other
officers are to bo congratulated on
the success with which they have con
ducted the husiness of the big establishment.
The San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt
Lake Railroad company has opened
new city ticket offices and offices of
the district freight and passenger
agent at 17 West Second South street.
This Is a central location, and will be
ery convenient for the patrons of
Finnish Bridal Costume.
In rural Finland a bride wears to
j church a curious combination of wed-
ding veil and wedding bonnet. It is
j a great cap with ribbon streamers be
! hind and In front a fall of lace which
j shadows tho face. Over her dark
cashmere dress she ties a handsome
ly embroidered whlto apron.
It is calculated that when an ordi
nary denso fog hangs over London It
contains tho smoke of many thousand
tons of coal. Hence tho "fog head
ache," which is one of the delights of
winter residence In the British metrop
olis. Strong tea or coffee is a palliative.
Cost of Golf.
It is calculated that In England,
Ireland, Scotland and tho United
States $50,000,000 a year Is spent in
i ; -Thero aro 879 eolf clubs in Eng
? il6, In Amerlca. 632 In Scotland,
ana 134 in Ireland, numbering alto
gether 600,000 players.
A little reflection will make many
People wiser as to how much energy
iney may be wastlngi By husbandmg
ir intellectual and physical re
!," they can avol(l misdirecting
IZLeerg,e8 aml en3y Wealthier and
"Rubber" While You Walt.
den?eteTrprislnB workman of Provl
Um i., , ' has sPrung a new joke on
It lR. ..cEn "whll you wa,t-" Hero
ruhw ates sharPened while you
watch ',. W,l.Ich means that yu may
work Eharnener while he does the
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CON
CERT. The next symphony orchestra con
ceit Is set for April 19, In tho Salt
Lake theatre. An exceedingly morl-
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torious programme hns been prepared.
This is the final concert of the season,
and judging by tho past, it will ho
well patronized. The numbers are as
Orchestra, "IOnscmble" Albcrg
Symphony No. 4 1 lodges
Selection for Harp Vei di
(a) Largo, For Strings and Harp
(b) "Angelus" Massenet
(c) Sextette, "Lucin" Donizetti
Concert Stilck for Piano and Or
Waltz, "Roses from tho South" ....
Aria, "Vision Fugitive," from Hero-
Overture, "Pique Dance" Suppo
Soloists Miss Genicvo Kllcibeck,
Miss Kate Trumbo McGurrln.
Hugh Dougall, baritone.
Cairo Wedding Celebration.
A wedding celobrntlon In Cairo lasts
for three days. There Is feasting dur
ing all the timo and tho houso and
streets aro liberally decroated with
flags and lanterns.
Probate and Guardianship Notice.
Consult county clerk or respective
signers for further information )
A. L. Hoppaugh, Attorney.
Auorbach Building. t
In the District Court, Probate Di
vision, in and for Salt Lake County,
Stato of Utah.
In tho innttcr of tho estnto of Fran
cis Amelia Hopworth, doceased. No
tice. Tho petition for approval and settle
ment of tho first annual account or
the executors of tho estnto of Francis
Amelia Hopworth, deceased, has been
set for hearing on Saturday, tho 22nd
day of April. A. I). 1905, nt 10 o'clock
a. in., nt the county court houso, In
the court room or said court in
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county,
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this fith day
of April, A. D. 1905. "
(Seal.) J. U. ELWtKDGD, JR.
Iiy W. H. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk.
A. L. Hoppaugh, Attorney for Exec
Formation of Peat.
Peat Is tho product which results
from tho partial decay of vegetablo
matter mosses and other marsh
plants which grows and dies in bog-
gy places whero tho water stands. It
Is chiefly composed of sphagnum or
bog moss. This moss has pecullnrly
absorptlvo properties, owing to tho
cupllko nrrangement of Its parts, '
which tako up and hold water llko
a sponge. Sphagnum continues to I
grow after its roots havo become- do
tached from tho ground. Thcso two
qualities explain why bogs occnslon
ally slide from their old beds.
Triumph of Good Manners.
Boforo tho gentler measures of In
ternational high breeding tho mis
chievous maxim, "Our Country, Right
or Wrong," must Increasingly glvo
way, says the Century. Willingness
to acknowledge a fault, disinclination
to meddle in tho affairs of others,
sympathy for the weak agnlnst tho
oppressor, pntlcnco and reason as
against petulance, rashness and force,
aro as possible to a nation as to an
individual. A pcoplo should ho as
jealous of tho national gcntloinnrll
ncss as of tho national ci edit.
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