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H" MEMORIAL DAY.
H v Memorial day was observed in Salt
- Lake City with more than usual pomp
Bt and ceremony. It was a closed holi-
' j day and all the people vied with each
H other in doing honor to the old sol-
W dicrs, those who fought and bled for
H the benefit of future generations.
H Some of the old veterans arc becom-
H iug feeble and their steps slow and
labored, but others of them arc still
H lively and nimble as boys. The pa-
H I radc was very imposing and the ser-
H I vices in the Orphcum theatre very
H impressive and appropriate. The ccr-
H eniony of decorating the graves was
H beautiful and touching in the extreme
H It seemed as if the population of the
M entire city turned out to the ccmc-
M tcrics to honor the veterans and
M strew flowers on the graves of their
H own departed dear ones. It's a bcau-
t if nl custom and one feels that the
souls of those who sleep were present
m smiling approval and appreciation on
their friends and relatives with whom
the memories of the departed arc
H ever fresh and green.
Judge Armstrong is very solicitous
for the financial interests of this
I county. The excuse he has presented
H for his action in a certain case is that
h doesn't want to saddle useless cx-
j-ense on the poor taxpayers. Justice
H and law and common sense may go
glimmering, but expenses must be
kept down 1 I
The Tribune, the organ of the Ami-
H kcarus party, has nominated F. C.
Loofbourow for the mayoralty on the
republican ticket. Very kind of the
Tribune. The Anicrikcarns party,
owns Loofbourow now and wants to
have him for both -or and district
H attorney. Very i cc indeed, but
wouldn't it be a good idea for Tom
Keams himself to become, .i mayor-
alty candidate on any old ticket.
There is n very 'decided feeling in
the republican party for Mr. Louis
Colin for mayor, and the sentiment in
favormf Mr. Colin is growing. He is
a good sound business man, capable
H and honest, a staunch republican and
H not allied with any faction of the par-
H ty. In years gone by Mr. Colin
H . sered two terms in the city council
H with credit to himself and advantage
H to his constituents.
CTIIfkV E ORIGINAL SCHOOL. Inttraa.
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0 Itecoicnlzed by courU and cUucatort.
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I n Ml leeo. 1'reparea for practice, will
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THE JUNE McCLURE'S.
McClurc's Magazine for June con
tains more important and entertain
ing reading than one could expect to
find in three numbers of any maga
zine. Ellen Terry contributes her
charming and fascinating "Memor
ies of My Childhood " that give stor
shii) to The North Pole," by the arctic
explorer, Walter Wcllman tells about
his airship and the dash he will make
in it to the North Pole this summer.
C. P. Connolly reaches an astound
ing climax in his " lright of the Cop
per Kjngs" when he narrates the
terrible underground battles of
llcinze and Amalgamated miners.
Besides its five stirring articles, the
June McClurc's has six brilliant and
entertaining stories. "The Profile,"
by Willa Silbcrt Cathcr, tells of
strange clashes and problems. Re
ies of her wonderful girlhood, and -1
er debut, and pictures of the actors
and the Engliish stage of fifty years
ago. Samuel Hopkins Adams pre
sents in " Rochester's Pure Milk Sys
tem," a graphic account of life saving
by a municipal supply of plain, pure
milk. In his "Reminiscences" Carl
Schurz bluntly describes the Defeat
of Chanccllorsviillc and puts the
blame where it belongs. " By Air
becc.i Lane Hooper, in "The Wild
ness of Mr. llarcourt Peters," pre
sents witty and humorous social com
edy. Henry C. Rowland's "Shiraz"
tells of a lovable small boy and his
adventures in the Orient. Viola
Roseboro' contributes "Secret Hist
ory," powerful talc of the Irish, poli
tics, and rugged personalities. "One
of the Gray-jackets" by E. Crayton
McCants is a pathetic story of an
old Lee Veteran. F. R. Weir's "The
Talc of a Cayuse" is a humorous
story of the merry West. There are
also two artistic poems.
The illustrations vie with the text
in excellence. Ellen Tcrryjs Memor
ies has several rare and beautiful pho
tographs. F. Walter Taylor did the
best single illustration of the month
for "The Profile," J. Montgom
ery Tlagg drew several clever pict
ures for " The Wildncss of Mr. liar
court Peters." There arc fine por
traits in the Schur. Reminiscences.
" By Airship to the North Pole," and
"The Fight of the Copper Kings,"
are each embellished with several
photographs those of the latter
were taken by the artist Frank E.
THE REASON WHY
They arc scientifically constructed
so i hat by actual test they have been
proen to be superior to any; sold
H. DINWOODEY FURNITURE CO.
SALT LAKE ROUTE.
Rates and dates for excursions to
Teachers' rates. Daily June 1st
to 8th. Ask the man at 169 S. Main
$3000 round trip to Los Angeles,
June oth to 16th. Open to all.
New route to Goldficld and Tono
pah open. Here tonight, Goldfield
Sunday excursions to Garfield.
Tickets to Arizona points. Low
ECZEMA and PILE CURE FREE
Knowlns what il Is lo suffer, I will gie FREE OK
CHARGE, to any afflicted a positive cure for
Ecjema, Salt Rheum. Ersipelas, Piles and Skin
Diseases. Instant relief. Don't suffer longer.
Write K. W. WILLIAMS, 400 Manhattan Aenue
New York. Enclose Stamp.
ONE PRICE TO ALL NEVER UNDER50LD
THE BEST SUMMER.
AND SUCH A GREAT SHOW
ING TOO, NO WONDER THIS
IS ABOUT THE BUSIEST
SPOT IN TOWN.
ANOTHER LOT OF j
TRIMMED HATS AT '
HATS, 60 OF THEM IN EVERY
STYLISH SUMMER SHAPE
CHARMINGLY MADE JUST
SUCH HATS AS YOU'D EX
PECT TO PAY $14.00. NEXT
If you arc going to visit
go to the
529 California St..
Belt Line cars stop at the door.
Three-room apartments $25.00
to $60.00 per month, including
private bath, electric lights, gas
steam heated, hot water and
janitor service free. New build
ing just finished. New furni
ture throughout. Why stop at
hotels when you can get all the
comforts of home here? Sun .
parlors. Large verandas, etc.
WM. AMES, Prop.
oiinflitniMc- Castle Gate and Clear Creek Coal conlaiiics about 94 per cent of
CUM MINGS volatile matter and fixed carbon.
COMPANY will not sbek if stored for a year.
NOTARIES PUBI IC1 I1' 'nighty good coal at the start, and it's just as good at the fin-
H. S. Anderson.' M. L. Camming. Ifl'' S JT FH'L YUR BIN DURING THE SUM"
REAL ESTATE & LOANS '
322 South Main Street. UTAH FUEL COMPANY
Phones: Bell 1485-y ' " r w c u. vv m r'j'ini
SALT LAKE CITY,' UTAH DOOLY BLOCK, CITY,
rials and Diagrams a Specialty.