Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Utah, Marriott Library
Newspaper Page Text
I GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 75 I I ers giving instruction in voice, piano, violin and I other instruments, is remarkable for a city of this size. It was Beethoven who said. "The wise traveler knows that while roads differ, we shall all eventually arrive at one destination." There la a direct application of this idea to the musical education given here by the various teachers, with their apparent contradiction of methods. All good teachers are striving to the same end; name ly, that their pupils shall learn to know and love music and the very best of music, so though many are the methods and many the pathways each teacher alms to reach the proper result. What the coming year will mean for the development of music in Salt Lake one does not care to prophecy, but judging from the accomplishments of the past year the outlook is bright. The past was good; let us hope and work for the future. THEIR SOULS AND BODIES. (Continued from page 68) paused and the look of tensity faded from her face. She sat down upon the arm of his chair and laid her arm about his neck and her cheek against his hair. "Besides," she said, with the liquid tenderness that tosses up pearls and rubles on every Eastern speech of love, "don't you know that the power that called her from her couch in the night calls me to your arms every hour? Had I been as others I had made myself another toy of yours paved another step on your downward path. But God made me great so that I might be your wife, your Duchess, your savior. He laid beauty in my bosom, love in my heart and the wisdom of ages in my spirit, that you might be saved." "Are you going to forgive me last night then?" asked the man. "Do you doubt?" "And are you going to forgive her?" - The Hindu woman looked sadly out upon the rising sun. "How has she sinned?" she asked. "Is she not, like myself, striving single-handed with Fate for the man she loves?" Town Topics. ST. MARK'S HOSPITAL. Among the best equipped and most modern hospitals in the West is St. Mark's, the official hospital of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad, the Rio Grande Western, the Western Pacific, the various mill and smelter companies of Bingham and Garfield, Utah, and of the Utah Fuel com pany, as well as being the official hospital of both Salt Lake county and Salt Lake City, Utah. The Right Rev. F. S. Spalding is president of the institution, and Miss Fanny D. Lees, superin tendent. T. S. Pendergrass is business manager. The hospital occupies one of the finest buildings In the Inter-mountain states and its staff numbers several of the most prominent physicians and surgeons of Salt Lake. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. I We wish to correct an erroneous impression to the effect that our charge for reservation of seats at the Louvre and New Louvre on New Year's eve will be for the chairs alone and not applied on the amount of the check. In some way unknown to us this rumor has been circu lated, and we wish to state emphatically to our friends and patrons that the charge of $5.00 a seat for reservations will be credited on the checks to that amount for any food or drinks that will be ordered on that occasion. B. L. WILLS, Manager. Charles the Great, the king of all Havana cigars, In 20 sizes, at Frumkin's, 139 Main. Frumkin s cigars have individuality. Try them. I 139 Main street. The Shubert I Week of December 20th Matinee Wednesday and Christmas I H SAM S. and LEE SHUBERT, Inc. I PRESENT I Mr. CHARLES CHERRY I And the Original Cast Direct from the Maxine Elliot Theatre, New York H THE BACHELOR I A Delightful Comedy in Three Acts by CLYDE FITCH I CAST INCLUDES H RUTH MAYCLIFFE ALICE RICKER RALPH MORGAN ' I LILLIAN PAIGE E PERCIVAL STEVENS CHARLES LAITE I Light as a Feather and Clean as a Quaker Household H Play Staged by the Author H D D I C 17 Q EVENINGS 25c to $1.50 f TJ 1 LJt7D I rKlLLj MATINEES 25c to $1.00 IN J 0 1 VjOIIJa. IV! I S S I O N THE THEATRE DIFFERENT I East Third South Street John E. Clark, Mgr. H WEEK BEGINNING WEDNESDAY MATINEE, DECEMBER I5TH H SULLIVAN-CONSIDINE H Imperial Vaudeville H WILL ROSSITEItS H BUNCH OF KIDS A Reminiscence of Childhood Days, a Miniature Musical Comedy H EDITH HANEY KILLION & MOORE The Pocket Book Comedienne Singing and Talking Comedians H HOWARD, MISSMER & CO. In a Fantastic Playlette, Entitled "MISTER STRANGER" - McCLELLAN & CARSON H Costumes by Introducing their Gorgeous Novelty Scenery by Lash, H Zanle, Paris "AWAKENING OF THE TOYS" New York BARNEY & CARSON Monologlst and Slight of Hand The Most Marvelous Picture Ever Taken Before a Camera "NERO, OR THE BURNING OF ROME" PROF' MOLLERUP'S CELEBRATED MISSION ORCHESTRA H Entire change of program every Wednesday. Matinees dally at 2:30. Two performances each evening at 7; 30 and 9; 15. . Prices 10c, 25c. 30c. Box seats, 50c. H All seats reserved to matinees and first performance. Seats selling one week in advance.