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THE GAS WATER HEATER
A "GAS WATER HEATER" at
$ tacned to your present kitchen boiler
at a cost of about three cents, will
give enough hot water for a bath.
Don't forget that with a GAS
range in your house you can sleep an
hour longer in the morning. We sup
ply the best make of each and
would be glad to talk it over with
you. Call 'phone 77 or drop us a
postal. We are at your service.
UTAH LIGHT & RAILWAY CO.,
Gas Department, No. 9 South Main Street
Mrs. O. K. Lewis has gone to Butte
to visit Mr. and Mr,. Walter Lewis.
Judge C. C. Dcy, who is at St.
Mark's hospital, is reported improv
ing. Miss Anna Clawson is at Long
Reach with relatives and will remain
for some weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith arc here
from Helena and arc at the Knuts-
ford for a short stay.
Mrs. C. E. Lamson entertained the
Sewing club Wednesday afternoon at
her home on First avenue.
Mrs. Sol Siegel entertained at a
bridge tea Thursday afternoon at tier
home on East First South street.
NEXT W,EEK AT THE ORPHEUM
The Orphcum is out with an ex
ceptionally strong bill of attractions
for next week, which for variety is
certainly entitled to a prize. Every
thing from classical music to trained
At the top of the bill is Joseph
Hart's Crickets; with Kathcrinc Bunn,
soprano and WIm. N. Cripp, tenor,
and an octette of comley and beauti
ful girls. During the past week a
sample of Joseph Hart's "stuff" was
had in the popular "Geishas Dream,"
and if that is any criterion of what
his style of work is, then the "Crick
ets" which is a much bigger attrac
tion should win instant and popular
Armstong and Clark appear in what
is said to be a very amusing farce en
titled, "Finding a Partner." This act
. has won flattering praise all along the
Bunn, Bonn, Burr, is s novelty mu
sical act which it is said will surely
make a hit. These three comedy per
formers play on the xylophone a very
difficult selection from "William Tell"
in such a manner as to prove from the
start that they arc not the usual run
iof performers of this kind with a
. smattering of musical knowledge, but
that they arc accomplished musicians.
The electric nomination of the in
struments coi ,oscd of a large re
volving discs shows ahc act off very
Casey & Crancy, billed as refined
comedy entertainers" arc said to be
entitled to that itle in the fullest ex-
tent. Mile Toone, who gives an il
lustrated lecture on the Great South
west, needs no introduction as she is
favorably remembered from licr good
work here last year.
Fred's Mtonkcy actors, comes rec
ommended as the best trained animal
act in vaudeville. The work of these
animals is said to border closely into
the marvelous, they act almost like
they possessed human intelligence.
These acts together with the ever
popular Kinodrome animation pic
tures and the famous Orphcum or
chestra make up the bill for the
SOMETHING IN HIS WAY OF
When James G. Blaine was Secre
tary of State, under Garfield, there
was a man in Baltimore who nad
some scheme he wanted to work
through the State Department. He
thought one good way to get along
was to flatter the secretary, and he
visited Washington about once a
week ,-ind poured the oil all over Mr.
Then Garfield was shot, Arthur suc
ceeded him as President and Freling
huysen came in as Secretary of State.
The Baltimore man kept up his tac
tics, but, of course, turned his bat
teries of salve on Frclinghuysen.
One day Frclinghuysen met Blaine
and said: "Blaine, I don't see now
you stood that Baltimore man. He
is the most effusive flatterer I ever
knew. He puts it on too thick."
"I suppose that is so," Blaine re
plied; "but, do you know, I rather
liked his conversation."
Colonel James Griggs, representa
tive in congress from Georgia, was
walking along the main street of At
lanta on the occasion of his first visit
there and saw a sign on a window
reading "Eagle Laundry."
"Goshl" said Griggs, turning to his
companion. "I didn't know anybody
coul make a living washing cagics."
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WEDNESDAY MATINEE. H
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WITH A CAST OF 60 PEOPLE H
AND THE FAMOUS BROILERS H
LAST HALF OF THE WEEK M
LOUIS JAMES I
THURSDAY EVENING, H
"THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR." H
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS, H
"THE COMEDY OF ERRORS." H
SATURDAY MATINEE, H
"THE MERCHANT OF VENICE." H
Prices All Week, 25c to $1.50 fl
Matineps, 25c to $1.00 H
Mill End Silk Sale at I
Z. C. M. I. I
O.boo yards of Silk Mill End Pieces, from a waist length to a H
dress length, that sell regularly from $1.25 to $2.00 a yard, will be H
placed on sale Monday at H
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OSTRICH PLUME SALE! I
Right when the demand for Ostrich Plumes is at its height, when I
they arc popular and seasonable, wc will place them en sale at I
20 per cent off. Our entire line, black, white and all colors of
beautiful natural ltts'cr, ranging in price from $1.00 to $27.50 I
20 per cent off g bacndp' week0 20 per Cent off I
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