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H 6 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
B NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Genuine Imported H Beers Hi ABSOLUTELY PURE R Wurzburger Hqfbrau I and I Pilsner Genossenschafts I Brau H ' Imported by August Luchow, Now y rl, H sole agent for the United States and Can- H vada, are constantly on draught at the fol- H lowing cafes and restaurants in Salt Lake City, Utah: H , The Heidelberg, 7 East Third South, Karl H Mayer, Proprietor. Hl College Inn, 237 South Main Street, Rea- Hlf gan & Seyboldt, Proprietors. HI Reagan's Bar, C. H. Reagan, Proprietor. HI The Zang, Geo. D. Roper, Proprietor, 26 HI West Second South. II C. H. REILLEY HI Distributing agent for the state of Utah, Wi will supply direct from his cold storage Hi promptly all orders, in bulk or bottled, the M i above mentioned Imported beers. H . H I ' EUtablkhed 1694 W. P. KISER. Mgr. H I HENRY WAQENER BREWING COMPANY Hi I Lager Beer and Porter 1 jHft Special attention given to bottled beer for H) family trade. Free delivery to g all parts of the city 1 OFFICE: 142 E. FIRST SOUTH Hi PHONE 218 H DO YOU HEAR WELL? H; The Stolz Electrophone H A new, scientific and practical invention Hi for those who are deaf or partially deaf, H may now be tested free at our store. Hun- ! dreds of testimonials from satisfied users. I F. J. HILL DRUG CO. B " The Never Subttitutort" ; 1L l BBC advantage the large tonnage of copper concen trates frdm the Ohio Copper mill when that con cern goes into commission. From the standpoint of the Ohio company the alleged, deal is equally satisfactory. Backed by the wealth of the giant smelting organization its future is as nearly as sured as anything can be on this mundane sphere. It will not be long now before the Ohio share-' holders can sharpen his pencil and figure out how many tons of ore will be mined and milled each month, how many pounds of copper will be saved from, each crude ton and within a few dol lars of what the monthly income will be. J rS ( While everything looks lovely along the course of the Colorado-Sioux ore channel, speculative sentiment is still against the Knight issues. Such evidence as is obtainable points to a continuance to depth of the ore bodies, but even this flatter ing prognosis fails to tempt the large stock-buyers. There is $150,000 more or less coming next week to shareholders In the various Cojorado vein com panies and at current quotations on their stocks a share in that $150,000 is about the easiest money thai can bo picked up in this part of the reservation. MANY THOROUGHBREDS COMING. Within the week that has passed since the announcement that the Utah Jockey club had se cured the mile track across the river, and that contractors were busy preparing the place for the meeting, Manager W. W. Finn has received a flood of letters and telegrams from horsemen announcing that they will bring their strings here as soon as arrangements can be made, and it is expected that the first arrivals will be here with in a week. Arrangements have been made to temporarily stable all early arrivals at Agricultural Park, awaiting the completion of the stables at the new track. All of the best horses now in the west and northwest will be here, and a number of eastern owners bringing horses to the Denver meeting will ship them here. Beginning September 18th, and lasting thirty clays, the meet will not interfere with any bush meeting in nearby towns, and this will assure the presence of many who otherwise might be tempt ed to attend elsewhere. A party of local men who are Interested In the coming meet though not members of the Utah Jockey club, went out on a tour of inspection on Tuesday and upon their return expressed them selves as greatly pleased with the track. Ask tor Lemp's St. Louis Beer FALSTAFF and EXTRA PALE It is sold everywhere and is the most popular beer on the market to-day. As a beverage it is unexcelled. . It is absolutely pure. '. For nourishing and building up the system there is no better tonic. Try it and you will want more. C. H. Reilley, Distributor 'Phones: Bell 688, Ind. 1485 i6-2i8 S. State St. Salt Lake City, Utah THERE AREN'T MANY establishments that get bigger than , their home town. When they do, . it is on account of the worth of their product- HUSLER,S instance r L U U K Originality and Exclusiveness in Things Electric for the Home Our perfectly equipped plant, and the cunning of our skilled craftsmen, placo us on a par with the best makers of art metal goods In the world. Genuine Arts and Crafts goods, hand made, beaten, and finished in any of the rnre antique effects so dear to the aesthetic. A SAIiT IiAKE CITY ENTERPRISE HELP US GROW. Art Metal & Chandelier Co. Bell I'honc 50, Ind. 779 6z W. Third So. P. R. Ruder, Mgr. Watow-. Welcome to Our City, G. A. R. To the thousands of visitors of the G. A. R. Encampment wo extend a cordial Welcome. Walker's, the Pioneer Retail Merchants of Salt Lake, has since the early GO's been the hub of Salt Lake's shopping center the store around which centers the great influx of trade. During your stay in the city make this your shopping head quarters our efficient service, our excellent delivery system, our telephones and a courteous attention are assured your shopping trip through this great department store. Again we bid you welcome G. A. R. J See Sunday's, ad. for Monday's shopping economies. A tremendous sale.