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I GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 5 L I Healthful Beer Is Pure, Pure Beer I To Be Healthful Must Be Aged ' I Lemp's Draught I and Bottled Beer is all this and more. A trial order will convince you. Order from your I nearest dealer, and if he cannot supply you, telephone us ELK LIQUOR CO. C. H. Reilly, Agent for Wm. J Lemp Brewing Company St. Louis Draught and Bottled Beer 21 6 and 248 S. State Street Bell Phone, Office, 688 Ind. Pbone, Office, 198J i i. Bell Phone, Bottling Works, Z761-K - HUGH W. DOUGALL TBACIIBR OP VOICE BUILDING ANp ARTISTIC SINGING Studtn bit Ttmptttin Bldg ' I DRUNKENNESS CURED A positive and permanent cure for Drunkenness and Drug Addictions, Branch Parent House, D wight In Correspondence Confidential. KEELEY INSTITUTE 334 W. South Te-npie St. Snlt Lnke City, Utah Elko Assay Office P. C. HYMAW & CO. Fnrrington Bldg. All Kinds of Assays and Chemical Ana lyses carefully made Samples by mail or express receive prompt attention. Postage rates on ore one cent per ounce. GEORGE B. HARRINGTON Assayer and Chemist Elko, Nevada I GEORGE WINGF1ELD HERE. George Wingfield, who probably more tlran any other man has bean in the limelight of the Ne vada mining world since the Goldfleld discoveries has spent the week here his first visit by the . way and while he came on business, has been variously entertained by friends he knew in Nevada and a host of new ones lie has acquired bore. Mr.. Wingfield is famous for many things. . He was one of tho pioneers of the Tonopah and Goldfleld districts, and in three or four ycure time, has gained a fouune. With United Stat 03 Senator Nixon he is one of the chief owners of the Goldfleld Consolidated properties, and his fame as a nervy operator is international. Starting on a shoestring four years ago, he is now one of the biggest men in the west, and is really tho leader In the fight of tho people of Ncvtda against the infamous organization known as tho Industrial Workers of tLe World. That he la a hustler is demonstrated by the fact that two days after his arrival here, he shipped a hundred and fifty men to Goldfleld to take the places of those who insist on afflliat- J inc; with the "undesirable citizens." Mr. Wingfield has promised to make more fre quent visits to his city, of which he has a very high opinion. EDDIE FOY DETERMINED TO PLAY HAMLET. (New York World.) Hamlet's soliloquy as E. Foy Fitzgerald might glvo it: To be or not to be? Hully gee! That's the question; Whether 'tis nobler, bo, not to set up a tall scream When you're stung; or put upa. scrap against a sea of trouble's. To croak; to pound the feathers; or jump in At the sound of the gong and go to it, kiddo, And" so fo'fget your troubles, see? A guy is sure up against it in this world And if you jump off the dock, where do you come in; A lot of boobs put up with it because they don't L Know where they get off. It's a hard luck r- story, bo, For most of us; so many things put on the cheese; Our bet friends pan us, a skirt will throw us down; Bulls in harness pinch us, what's tho use? "Mr. B. Foy Fitzgerald will present himself as Hamlet." So th-e bills will read in springtime. Mr. Foy or, as he will bill himself "then, hav ing taken up his family name for dignity reasons, "E. Foy Fitzgerald"- assured us of this in all sin cerity In his manager's office at the Lyric theatre last Monday afternoon. "I have as much right to play Hamlet as any one else," said the great actor. "I paid 16 cents for a copy of tho piode, and that's all It cost any body else. "Yes, I used to sing 'Hamlet Was a Melancholy Dane,' but I did not state it as a fact, and oven if it wore so, that has no bearing on the case. "It Isn't a joke, although I regard this, the greatest of all Shakespeare's work?, as a comedy and not a tragedy. I don't intend to gag it, al though I will play it for the laughs, and there are a lot of laughs in it. "I will iput 'Hamlet' on in tho spring right here in New York. I can't repeat too often that I will give it a respectful handling. The book will not be rewritten, for, with all due respect to our mod ern librettists, Shakespeare is good enough for me. "I will not interpolate any songs. Th-e Pony ballet will positively not be featured. "I have never played the part of Hamlet right The Redman Fire 1 HE fire left the Redman 1) Van & Storage Co. in a II crippled condition. They m suffered heavy losses, but have re- covered sufficiently to care for all M orders, moving, packing, shipping iR and storage. A new warehouse i will be built at once with com- I plete modern equipment. In the k meantime they invite your re- newed confidence and patronage. 1 'phone's $55, 1 17 So. W.Temple. m Mather Brothers) " 1 1 BANKERS I P Established 1859 Incorporated 1903 W Cnpltnl $250,000.00 it Surplus, - - $100 000 00 $R The Oldest Bank in this Intermountain Region jt& Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent Srf A GAS WATER HEATER M Attached to your present kitchen boiler will give enough WBr hot water for a bath at a coit of about three centi. 11 11 11 W&M. Don't forget thafwlth a GAS RANGE in your houie you Mm can sleep an hour later In the morning. We supply the jB bett makei of each and would be glad to talk it over with you. m Call 'phone 777'or drop ui a postal. Wc are at your service. M4 UTAH LIGHT AND RAIL WAY CO. f Gas Department, 133 So. West Temple St. f . SALT LAKE TURF EXCHANGE fj FORTY EIGHT EAST SECOND SOUTH STREET -fjT CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN RACES M Holiday Dinners ; ' M and olher affairs arc incomplete unless the deco- - ! jjK rations come from us. j W CHRYSANTHEMUMS, VIOLETS, ! ff ROSES, CARNATIONS, FERNS AND f "' THE IDEAS TO GO WITH THEM HUDDART FLORAL CO. i East Second South, Opposite Grand Theatre j& v The most beautiful thing in the world is a f diamond ? It h also the only thing that - ,.. , l' does not deteriorate by me and LS'DIlSnQf . jks on account of scarcity grows j H ACfiJ f' more valuable each year. Mti iJtrfrfr ' You buy at bottom prices M V!fftfffiMntoh9L when you get your jewels of us .'"WsfU UKt?