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I "rrThmiso in contemplation, Mr. W.
I frmrley will sure enough be the
trie Tinman of Salt Lake. Notli
1 PL succeeds like success, and Mr.
Xrley is certainly nothing if not suc
cessful. The following" bookings have been
...in nt the Salt Lake theatre: Soth
"n and Marlowe, May 22-23, in
Shakespearean rival; Margaret Anglin,
i no 5 0, in repertoire; Tim Frawley,
I i no 9-10, probably in "Ransom's Fol
I ft" John Drew, Juno 12-14, "Duke of
I Kiliicranklo"; May Irwin, August 2Gth,
I -Mrs Black is Back." Now there is
I ., kt of good people for footlight lov
1 r" HARKY LH GRANDE.
I Although the Symphony Orchestra
I concerts have closed for the season,
I the managers and directors of the or-
canizatlon are still keeping it before
jii0 public with the intention of mak-
lng the next season oven moro suc
I cessful than the past one. It has a
snug sum in the treasury, and is gain
ing new patrons and subscribers right
along. It is an institution worthy of
warm support. It is doing a good
work in olovating the musical taste of
tho public and shoud bo encouraged.
I EXCURSION TO EUREKA.
An oxcursion to tho mining district
I of TIntic will bo run over tho San Pe
dro on Sunday, May 14. Special train
leaving Salt Lake City at 8:30 a. m.,
returning, leave Eureka at 7 p. m. A
I splendid opportunity for visiting this
gieat mining camp. A feature of tho
day will bo a game of baseball be
tween tho Vincent-Nott team of this
city and tho champion Blue Rocks oi
Eureka. Faro ?2 for tho round trip.
Call at tho offlco of tho San Pedro,
Los Angeles & Salt Lake railroad,
"Salt Lake Route," for additional par-ticulars.
MARKET STREET LOOKING UP.
Several years ago, when tho Odd Fel
lows of this city bought a site for a
building on Market street, people
f laughed and declared it a bit of fool
ishness, because, it was argued, a lot
in a moro favored position could have
been secured with but small additional
expense. It was pointed out that tlio
street never would amount to any
thing; that it would always bo a side
street, and not a business thorough
faro. But since tho erection of tho govern
ment building, Market streot has be
gun to boom. Henry Newell and P. II.
Lannan have corralled tho property on
the corner of Main and Market, north
of tho federal building, and on Wednes
day Mr. Lannan and another bought
the structure erected by James Ken
nelly, and which has been used for an
armory building, paying $30,000 there
for. Tho structure will be rebuilt and
used for stores and tenements. Tho
Woodmen of tho World aro preparing
to put up a handsomo building west
of tho Odd Fellows' Temple and of
fers aro being made for the
Jockey Club livery stable which
has to go as soon as tho federal
building Is occupied. An ordinance
providing for tho construction of side
walks and for paving tho street ha3
passed tho city council, and tho work
will begin very soon. Already tho
price of rents have advanced along tho
street and it is thought it will rank as
a first-class business street soon after
paving, inasmuch as It will bo the nat-.
ural way people on tho west side will
use in going to the postofflco and to tho
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"I MUST TAKE A LITTLE SOME
THING." Aro we safo now in tho sanctum?
Did you notico any Danltes?
Do you think that they will got us?
Pull tho blind a little closer;
Draw your chair up, closer, closer;
Send for Joey, Pole cat Joey;
Have him bring his sword and pistol;
Tell him I'm a little nervous,
Whisper at tho Independent,
Not tho Bell someone might hear It;
Softly step, bo very careful;
Stop! by the eternal, Colonel,
Was that a Destroying Angel?
It appeared there at tho window;
Bats bo damned, 'twas something
Well, just hand mo that decanter.
I must take a little something.
Did ho say he'd come this evening?
Well, no matter, I feel better,
I'll show them I am no quitter,
And when Joey comes in later,
My windbags will bo inflated,
And the two or us conferring,
Certainly can llx up something,
Something that will team with ran
Something that will knock old Utah;
Anything to feed my malice,
For I know I am a dead one;
Wo both know that we aro dead ones;
Neither of us has a standing,
In tho ranks of any party;
No, not tho AMERICANOS,
Their whole force has been selected
I must take a little something.
Can wo keep the Ilres burning
With these oft-repented slanders?
Dirty Dubois must assist us,
Lying lectures at tho henclubs
Help us only with tho women,
But 'twas over thus with Duby.
Ho could never slight tho ladles;
He must come and take his coat off
Ho must put his thinking-cap on,
Help us conjuro up some now ones,
For these old ones smell to heaven;
And tho wave of indignation,
Started at Tom's instigation,
Carried forward by tho Preachers,
Very soon will bo receding,
Strive wo must to keep it going
Ever forward, onward ilowlng.
I must tako a little something.
I've no Interest in this city,
Nothing can affect Tom's incomo;
So if Polecat Joo will paint mo
And with pitch and Ink anoint me,
And Tom K. will stand behind mo
With tho slnows and tho wadding,
And will help to chow tho wadding,
I will squirt nnd shoot and thunder
With my compressed liquid hot air,
Till I bust, or someone spikes mo.
I was built with a bell muzzle,
And with very little foresight,
For a pen gun was intended,
But I missed my avocation,
And I go off prematuroly
Sometimes wound my friends and fam
ily. I will tako a llttlo something.
Joseph F. treats mo unkindly,
They all hear and will not mind mo.
Aro they going to ignoro mo?
Mo thnt ono tlmo was their idol?
That is father was tho idol;
Father know my shifty nature,
Knew I could not bo relied on,
Hoped to change my disposition,
Helped mo to a high position,
By degrees havo I been falling,
Ever falllngly, surely sinking,
SInco ho loft this sphoro of action;
Now I'vo reached tho bottom stratum;
I havo nothing now to tie to,
I remember now what pa said,
I pray Tom will not desert mo.
I must tako a llttlo something
Try Shepard & Co., on collections.
They get tho money.
MONDAY NIGHT. I 1
Testimonial to II
PHIL MARGETTS V I
Prices: 25c to $1. 4 I
Thvirsday, Frida.y and Saturday - I
N. C. GOODWIN II
In three great plays I I
"The Usurper" "An American Citizen" I I
"A Gilded Fool" I I
Prices; 25c to $2.00 I I
TTtahna theatre! J I
W. R.. GOURLEY, Manager. I
Berger Bros. ... Acrobatic "f .
Sandford and Darlington Comedy Sketch m
Dodd - - and his Wonderful Dog I
Hyland Trio - Singing and Dancing I
Beatrice Fontella - The Eastern Soprano I
The Mizirnas - The Great Japanese Novelty Act '-fl
Illustrated Song - Moving Pictures i I
MATINEE EVEB.Y AFTERNOON z H
Admission - - ... 10 cents. H
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Platte Val Laces-10c A Yard Worth 15c to 25c ll
This assortment containing hundreds of M
yards, has just been received Widths H
from 2 to 6 inches Insertions to match H
and all the very latest effects.
All Linen Stocks 35c Worth 50c to $1.00 I
Each 25 Dozen in the lot Pretty pro- f
ductions of white, edged Aith blue, pink Jl
and black, handsomely trimmed with 11
buttons and lace. H
All Linen Turnovers 25c Each Worth 35c H
! GO Dozen of these Whlto embroidered with self M
color and bluo and warranted to wash and wear. M
A Choice Lot of Turnovers 12 I -2c Each. These are ;
white daintily embroidered in white and blue silk,. , j'H
1 and should be priced ct 20c each. ifll
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