B 6 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
H NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
I Genuine Imported
HI ABSOLUTELY PURE
HI Wurzbuvger Hofbrau
H: Pilsner Genossenschqfts
H Imported by August Luc how, New York,
B sole agent for the United States and Can-
M ' ada, are constantly on draught at the fol-
1 lowing cafes and restaurants in Salt Lake
H . City, Utah:
H The Heidelberg, 7 East Third South, Karl
H Mayer, Proprietor.
H' College Inn, 237 South Main Street, Rea-
H gan & Seyboldt, Proprietors.
H Reagan's Bar, C. H. Reagan, Proprietor.
H The Zang, Geo. D. Roper, Proprietor, 26
H West Second South.
I C. H. REILLEY
H Distributing agent for the state of Utah,
H will supply direct from his cold storage
H promptly all orders, in bulk or bottled, the
H above mentioned Imported beers.
M BtaLUed 1 894 W. P. KISER. Msr.
I HENRY WAQENER
I Lager Beer and Porter
M Special attention given to bottled beer for
B family trade. Free delivery to
m all parts of the city
OFFICE: 142 E. FIRST SOUTH
H PHONE 2i3
B DO YOU HEAR WELL?
I The Stolz Electrophone
H A new, scientific and practical invention
H for those who are deaf or partially deaf,
H may now bo tested free at our store. Hun-
H dreds of testimonials from satisfied users.
1 F. J. HILL DRUG CO.
H " Thi Never Substitutort M
much of tbir may be due to himself and how much f
to lack of plant and equipment cannot be said,
but it is certain that neither ho nor any other
superintendent can conduct a smelter with entire
success without the support of intelligent and com
Jt Jt J5
Men of knowledge and experience declare
that the Tintic smelter possesses natural advant
ages which should make it a most profitable con
cern. More than one expert has declarod pri
vately that "Undo Jesse" should realize that the
time has come when he ought to redeem his
promise to build and operate a smelter; that he
must sever family ties and place in charge at
Tintic a competent manager with free hand, un
hampered by relatives and dependents, and pro
vide him with money to reconstruct such por
tions of the plant as may be necessary. When
he does this Tintic smelter "shut downs" will
bo things of the past and Incoming profits will
replace the stream of money which now flows into
it as the price of incompetency.
(V 2 (
Turning to a brighter theme, we find that
Grand Central has failed to justify the pessimis
tic prophecies of the bear operators and succeed
ed magnificently in redeeming the promise made
by tho 2,000 foot level. The exposure of the same
ore body on the 2,100 level not only proves that
the lodge contains rich vein matter 100 feet ver
tically, but virtually demonstrates that the south
extension of the Centennial-Eureka-'s system ot
' fissures has been found at last.
Hell would be hell no longer if we gave the
devil his dew.
At least it may be said of the kicker that his
tendencies are elevating.
One of the eternal mysteries is why we call a
black man a. colored man and a black eye a dis
A Californian has been robbed of 1,000 In
Philadelphia and tho Quaker city police are do
ing somnambulistic stunts.
Annie Blrdsong has been pardoned from the
Mississippi penitentiary; briefly stated, the re
lease of a jailbirdsong.
Stories of the maltreatment of Spanish pris
oners by tho Moors burden the wires. It's no
joke this being bound in Morocco.
A French poet refers to absinthe as "the green
fairy." The fairies that drink it, howevei can
hardly be considered as in any wise verdant.
Toxans have been seeing a bright comet shed
meteors. Certain kinds of glass are peculiarly
flttod for certain kinds of astronomical discover
ies. "Oh, wad some pow'r the giftie gie us
Tae see oorsels as ithers see us."
Astonished at the sight to greet us,
We'd seek an oculist to treat us.
Tho London Daily Mail predicts that spun
glass will take the place of human hair in tho
manufacture of wigs. It will be funny to hear the
bald man of the future remark that he intends
to buy a skylight.
An English physician speaks with enthusiasm
of pythons as pets, and says that they are per
fectly harmless. But for our part, give us some
thing pretty like the horned toad or the Gila mon
ster, or something useful like the coyote or the
Lemp's St. Louis
It is sold everywhere and is the most popular
beer on the market to-day.
As a beverage it is uner elled.
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
216-218 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
instance V JL KJ U Jtv
Originality and Exclusiveness
in Things Electric for the Home
Our perfectly equipped plant, and tho
cunning of our skilled craftsmen, placo us
on a. pnr with the best makers of art metal
goods In tho world. Genuine Arts and Crafts
goods, hand made, beaten, and finished In
nny of tho rare antique effects so dear to tho
A SALT LAKE CITY ENTERPRISE nELP
Art Metal & Chandelier Co.
Bell Pnone 50, Ind. 779
62 W. Third So. P. R. Ruder, Mgr.
y, REMOVAL TJyZ
feffil SALE Jffig
Gardner Has Secured
a Temporary Location
Wo have secured the ground floor of the j
building at 131 Main street, now occupied I
by the Crystal Moving Picture Theatre, and I
will occupy same temporarily.
It will be impossible to remove our pres
ent immense stock which completely fills
two large floors, to this building. We must
We are forced to reduce our stock one
half. Reduced Prices on everything. Posi
tively nothing reserved.
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