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H 2 OOODWIN'8 WEEKLY.
K Admiral Dewey's flagship and led the way into H Manila Bay. The world had never heard of Mr. H Scott as a shipbuilder; when he received the first K contracts the great eastern ship builders looked M upon it as almost a joke they all took off their m hats to him at last, yes, ship builders and seamen m the world around took off their hats. His success H was due first to his brain, second to his con- V scienciousness, which was incorporated into the M steel ot the ships and made them perfect. In his M' death the west coast, the Nation, has suffered a M great loss. He was an industrial chieftain, one of m the most sterling of men. Among the statues of B the very foremost of the nation's great dead, his H statue should bear a conspicuous place as men who could emboss their ideas on steel in such B a way as to give to their names immortality. Hj THAT SMALLPOX GERM. B It is said that an eastern scientist has finally H located the germ of smallpox, found the family to H which it belongs, and many particulars of its fam- M ily. That germ should be sent at once to the H Deseret News office, to give Brother Penrose a m chance to wither it up by prayer. Between the B germ and the prayer a lymph might be obtained H which would be both effective and harmless, which H through a mild "surgical operation" might be in- H jected into the human system and make the world H in a little while immune against the dread dis- H ease. In this age of scientific advancement we H have no right to shrink from any experiment H which promises to lve man more dominion over H every sinister enemy of the race. It may be a del- H icate matter to handle this new found germ, it H may be a serious matter to stand one of the M Elder's long prayers, but science is inexorable, H and while the purpose is to give the children of H men more safety and more dignity, whatever may H be disagreeable about the preliminary details H must not be heeded. The thing to be desired is immunity from smallpox without vaccination. Now, if the enemy that has caused uuch destruction of human life has been located In Boston and the certain anti dote is waiting in Salt Lake, by bringing the en emy and the overthrow of it together, out of the Goliah and David scrap surely a lympth should be evolved which would fix humanity forever on high and safe ground. We would recommend the sending ot the Elder to Harvard to kill those germs by invocations as fast as they are brought to light were it not tor the fear that after a fair trial the elder might be furnished transportation home with a note reading as follows: "We re turn the elder. We have heard him pray and be lieve the germs should be protected." Senator Kearns and ex-Congressman Suther land now occupy adjoining oflice rooms in the Keith-O'Brien building. This is very convenient, as they can now exchange happy reminiscences of their harmonious and cordial relations at the national capltol. Referring to ex-Senator Chandler's letter ad vocating the remonetization of silver at 20 to 1 by a congress of the nations, Mr. Bryan in his Commoner says, "It is refreshing to find a Repub lican who appreciates the importance of the re storation of silver even if he does get four points off on the rates." That is not very lofty journalism. Mr. Chand ler was an ardent advocate for the restoration of silver when Mr. Bryan was "playing hooky" from school, and he has never changed his mind for one minute since. He was a good silver man when Jones of Nevada and Beck of Kentucky and the other stalwarts were trying to stem the flood that the national banks and bond holders had set in motion to double the value of their bonds F. AuerbacK . Bro. H The Most Important I LINEN SALE H Will be Launched Here at H 8 o'clock Monday Morning. M An Army Knows its Import. Thousands More H Will Know its Meaning Monday. Hj It is the most commandingly Important Sale of this kind over hold H in Salt Lake. Embracing Table Linens by the yarde, Matched Table H Sets, Napkins, Towels, Towolings. Bedspreads, and Bed Sheetings of the H highest character at prices that have absolutely never been equalled for H lowness. It is an occasion that will make an immense stir in the business H world. It will spread the famo of P. Auerbaoh & Bro. to ovon greater dis- H tances than have the gigantic Sales of the past. It is an event of interest H to the Housekeepers, Hotels, and Restaurants, offering economy chances M that overshadow oven our own unrivaled Bargains of the Past. The figures H quoted in the Sunday papers will tell the story of low price. But the 1 goods themselves must be Been before you oan appreciate the story we H have to tell of quality in this Great Linen Sale. The crowds and excite- j ment will be great, but we have abundant Salespeople and everybody will H be waited on. I and to double the purchasing power of the inter est they were collecting on their bonds. IS CHINA TO BE PARTITIONED? When the nation sent their soldiers to Peking to rescue the missionaries from the Boxers, the presence of the American detachment there and the presence of President McKinley and Secre tary Hay in Washington, saved China rrom parti tion. Doubtless it had been arranged for Russia to hold Manchuria and Northern China Gown to the Great Wall, for England to gather in the great Yan tze Kiang valley; for France to add a prov- J! ince or two to her stolen possessions in Cochin f' China, and for Germany to take the country be- tween the districts appropriated by Great Britain and France. Secretary Hay 'broke' up the ar rangement for the time belli, all endorsed the "Open Door" demand of Secretary Hay, and China unity was for the time being secure. j But Russia even then held possesion of Man- ' churia, and though she promised to withdraw her power so soon as tranquility should be restored; it was clear that the time would be ripe for that removal just about the time that Great Britain would decide to withdraw from Egypt. The writer of this pointed out the position of Russia with one road crossing Manchuria from west to east and another debouching to the south with its Pacific terminal at Port Arthur, and that Russia would never surrender that country. But her Si berian road was not completed then anc she was not ready to assert herself, so accepted the prop osition of Secretary Hay as did the oth,er powers. Now Russia's road is completed, regular trains are running; Port Arthur has been made, a kind cf Gibralter, and crowded wih Russian soldiers, Great Britain has settled her troubles in South I Africa; Germany has doubled her navy and we ' suspect that there is an agreement between the three to go on and consummate the agreement of I The Salt Lake Cityl I Brewing' Co. 1 gj Having enlarged our capacity to a very great gjj gj extent, we are now in shape to give our beer the g proper age that insures a superior quality to any g other on the market. The new article of beer we are now manufac- m hiring is the Gem of the Rooky Mountains. It H is as pure as beer can be made, and its flavor ex- 1 jg quisite. Give it a trial and convince yourself. Ifs We make no extra charge for this superior M H article, but sell it for $2.50 per case of two dozen M M quarts, delivered to any address in the city, bottles 3 j and case to be returned when empty. H This beer is bottled especially for club and- H family use. ffig gj Telephone number seventeen and leave your JACOB MORITZ, General Manager.