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i PASTOR RUSSELL'S
Blessings of JVlessiahs Reign
I3R00KLYX, March 5. Pastor Russell
laehed this afternoon In Brooklyn's
gest auditorium nnd in the evening
Id a question ineellnp. Both services
re crowded and at both eager and deep
erest was manifest. The text of the
erooon service was, "Thenceforth
re shall be no more (death of) an ln
it of days, nor of an old man who hath
l filled his days ior the dying- one
ill be but the chllfl at an hundred
irs old a sinner at a hundred years
1 he shall be accursed" Cut off from
j life (Isaiah L.XV., 20). The speaker
3ur telxt is a part of the Divine
jphecy of the blesslnps which will come
Israel anil to the whole world during
sslnhs glorious roign of a Thousand
irsbeglnning with tho close of this
3pel lira. Succeeding verges tell that
that glorious Epoch landlordism will
a thing of tho past. "They shall build
uses and inhabit them: they shall plant
levnrds and cat the fruit of them; they
ill not build and another inhabit; they
ill not planl and another cat." Addl
nally we read. "They shall not labor
vnin nor bring forth for trouble."
rlher we read that when tho "Wolf
J the lamb shall feed together and the
i shall eat fodder like the bullock."
i Spiritual Shoep, Oxen, Wolves, Etc.
Co end of confusion has been created
the Intent of well-meaning people to
ply these prophecies as the reward of
s church in heaven. Nothing In the
rlptures warrants us in thinking that
ire will be spiritual, heavenly sheep andV
en. wolves and lions, vines and houses,
ntlng and building. Those who rej-;ft
: clear Bible teaching respecting a Mcs
itic ivlgn of righteousness cannot. ,un
sland the Bible at all. Not a single.
sage of the Old Testament teJls of
ivcnly hopes ur promises. Onlyn few
them teach heavenly things at all.
i then Indirectly.
s. for Instance, in tho tyns of the
1 Testament the garments or the High
lest, glorious and beautif id symbolize,
believe, the heavenly grandeur, honors
clorles of Messiah durltfg- the period
ills reign. Similarly God's promise
Abraham declares thatHis Seed. Ills
Eerily, shall be as the stars of
ivcn and as tho sands" of the seashore,
thing in this statement would neces
II ' teach a heavenly state of condl
ii. Only b.v the aid of tho. New Tes
uent and the Holy Scriptures' illuml
L on ran we see that two Seeds of
raham are distinctly referred to. the
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stars indirectly implying the Spiritual
Seed, while the sands of luc seashore
refor in Abraham's Natural Seed. As it
Is written. "I have constituted Thee a
father of many nations" Jike unto God.
So the Spiritual Seed M Abraham Is
now being developed- Vith its comple
tion thla Age will end, .and the Natural
Seed of Abraham will .return to special
favor and become theloading nation of
the world under the guidance and direc
tion of the spiritual' and invisible, yet
All-Powerful, Kingdom of Messiah.
The blessing through natural Israel will
gradually extend to' every nation. In that
the door will be opened by which all
nations may conic into and become a
part of Abraham's Seed, and thus into
harmony with Messiah's kingdom. Who
soever refusesthis great privilege, and
blessing of Messiah's Kingdom will be
destroyed from amongst tho people in
the Second yDeath.
Contcnarfans of the present time are
few, and they by no means arc like
children. Usually they are wrinkled and
haggard We are lo remember, how
ever, th Bible record that several of
the. cirllcr members of Adam's race
lived mine hundred years, or rather, they
weny more than nine hundred years In
commg fully under the sentence against
sinners "By one man s disobedience sin
entered Into the world and death as a
rssult of sin: and thus death passed
upon all men. because all arc sinners
(Romans v, 12).
Gradually, and especially since the flood,
when a great change took place in our
cosmogony, human longevity has de
creased, while mental, moral and physical
ailments have increased. Several of
Adam's children did not have their first
born child until after they were a century
old. In confirmation of this, and corre
spondingly in contradiction of the Evolu
tion theory, we find that the. Ancients
were, stronger than we, menially as well
as physically: for they -intermarried broth
ers with sisters and cousins without in
jury, whereas today the mental weakness
of the race is such that one out of every
150 adults is in an insane asylum, and
the marriage of brothern and sisters is
prohibited, and even the marriage of sec
ond cousins is disapproved and held re
sponsible for Increasing weak-mindedness.
We see, then, that our text, describing
Messiah's Kingdom, merely explains that
Restitution blessings will recover mankind
from the effects of th fall, so that it shall
then be as it was in Adam's day that
full human rightness. maturity, -will be
reached in a century and that a man dy
ing then would be dying in childhood as
compared with the remainder of the race.
The further guarantee Is that none will
die even at 100 years of age. except wil
ful sinners who. refusing to submit them
selves Jo the regulations of Messiah's
Kingdom, will then be cut off from life as
unworthy of any further favor at the
hands of the great. Redeemer Messiah
all of whose dealings will represent Divine
Justice, Wisdom, L.ovc and I'owcr.
Man's Years as a Tree's.
The Scriptures tell ub that under Mes
siah's kingdom tho days of a man shall
be as the days of a tree. And it is be
lieved that some trees live to be at. least
a thousand years old. This Is God's pro
vision for eery manevery member of
the human family after Me shall have
accomplished the work of his gospel age.
the selection of the spiritual seed "of
Abraham, typified by the priests and
Levltcs. "The Church of Ihe First-horn,
whose, names are writ ion in heaven."
Messiah's kingdom is to dominate the
earth for a thousand years, with a view
to blessing Adam and all of his posterity
.--with a view to uplifting them from sin
and degradation and death. The uplift
ing influences will begin at once, follow
ing the great time of trouble with which
the: kingdom will be. Inaugurated. The
Judgments of the Lord will be abroad in
the earth and the inhabitants of the
world will learn righteousness. None
Hhall longer need iay to his neighbor or
his brother. "Know thou the Lord; for
all shall know Him, from tho least unto
the greatest of them." for "tlv knowl
edge of the Lord shall fill the whole
earth" (Jer. xxxi., :M; Isaiah xi., D).
Whoever, then, b.v obedience to the
laws of tho kingdom will avail himself
of the blessed privileges of restitution
fActs III.. 10-21). will not only he helped
upward out of mental, moral and physical
imperfection, step by step toward per
fection, hut. so long as he progresses, he
may live clear down lo the end of that
blessed thousand years. If we hail never
se?n trees; If our own experiences had
been with vegetal ion such as perishes
within a year, wc might have difficulty
In believing some, one who would tell us
of having recn trees centuries old. Such
a statement would seem as unreasonable
to us as to tell us that humanity could
live for a. thousand years or forever.
Have tv not Indeed seen children old
and wrinkled looking, ye I only In their
teens" And havp we not seen others
cheerful, fresh and comparatively youn
looking at sixty and seventy?
All Unrighteousness Is Sin.
At (he present lime. God "winks" at
much of the wrong-dolnc: that there is in
tho world. Me does not. Interfere with
It. But of course vcry traiiFgresslon
carries with it naturally more or less of
a depraving influence on the trans
gressor's mind and body. The conscience
Is ihe most lender and the most import
ant element of our human nature. Who
ever violates it, whoever injures it, much
or little, will proportionately be disad
vantaged in the future, and will havo all
the more difficulty in rising up gradu
ally out of his degradation and weak
nesses, oven with all the helps that will
then be available. Thus will be fulfilled
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the Scriptural declaration, "Whatsoever
a man sowelh, that also shall he reap."
With all mankind redeemed there will
be nothing whatever of the past chargc
abh. against any on tho books of Divine
.FuFtice. 'The great "High Priest," by his
better sacrifices, will have mndc full sat
isfaction to the demands of justice, but
the weaknesses, mental, moral and phy
sical, resulting from more or less AvlJful
and deliberate sin, must still he reck
oned on. and thus every Idle word and
every idle tnought, every Idle nnd vicious
action of the present time, by making
its mark upon the characters of men, is
providing lor corresponding difficulties on
their part, in that glorious day of their
Tho sucgestlon of our text is that tho
great Messiah will not. temporize, fur the
entire period of His reign, with those
who do not show a proper appreciation
of opportunities when fully brought in
contact with them and clearly under
standing tho terms of Divine grace. But
one. hundred years is quite a considerable
period of probation and surely every reas
onable mind will concede that so lone a
delay In meeting out the full penalty
of sin, second death, manifests the ex
treme limit of reasonable mercy.
The Church's Probation Shorter.
The church, whose trial is In progress
during this gospel ace, receives lndlvld
uallv a much shorter period of proba
tion" than our text dcelares will be grant
ed to mankind in tho future. God's
saintly people are expected to develop
character and to approve themselves to
God as "overcomors" within a very brief
space of life. And not only so. but the.v
are required lo "walk by faith and not
by sight " They merely have God's word
as respects Ills justice and love nnd gra
cious nlans. while. In the next age. tho
world will have the actuality instead of
the promise the world will walk by
sight. "The. glory of the Lord shall bo
revealed and all flesh shall see It to
gether" (Isaiah xi, S).
The world during Messiah's reign will
be privileged to walk In a highway of
holiness, from which all the stumbling
stones will have been gathered out. But
the overcomors of the church class arc
required to walk In the narrow way.
steep, narrow, rugzed. and beset with
Hnares of the adversary. "For wo are
not Ignorant of hisasnarcs" (II Corin
thians 11. 11).
Wi: aro not to forget, however, that
these differences betwoen the church and
the world arc fully offset by the differ
ences of reward. The overcomors of
the church are to be rewarded with
glory, honor, immortality, "the divine na
ture." and ho joint-heirs in the kingdom
as members of the great Messiah. The
world Is to have, no such change of na
ture from human to spirit, hut is to havo
the earthly nature restored or perfected
In them. If obedient, and to enjoy the
earthly Eden. Truly God's ways are
equal. True and righteous arc Toy ways.
Lord God Almighty! (Revelation xv, 3, 1.)
Humanity's Pinal Test.
The church's test takos place in the
present life. And in each mombor there
of the matter of worthiness or unworth
incss of eternal life on tho spirit plane
'for all time is determined at death. Not
so with humanity in general. An wc have
Just seen, some may live for only a hun
dred years and then be out off in the,
second death, because found unworthy
of further opportunity. Otht-rs, by avail -intr
themselves of the privileges and ren
dering obedience to the laws of the king
dom, may live to Ihe very close of the
thousand years, and be found unworthy
of eternal life. Still others may so fully
appreeiate divine wisdom, justice, love
and power and may become so obedient
thereto that God will be pleased lo grant
thorn eternal life. Their days, their lives,
will be far more than tho days of a
The world of mankind, at the conclusion
of Messiah's reign of righteousness, will
have attained ng7iin the perfection orig
inally onjoved by. father Adam. Like him
News of the Insurance World
German Plan of Insurance.
The provisions of the new law extend
ing the bencllts or stale Insurance as
practiced in Germany has been made
public. The new class to be brought un
der the provisions of tho act arc known,
as "private officials." of employees and
clerks not classed as "workmen" within
the moaning of tho existing old ago pen
sion laws. ' , , ,
The law Is further modified to include
actors, actresses, musicians, teachers and
governesses outside the, state service.
Tej-sons earning over $12.0 a year arc ex
cluded and the insurance Is compulsory.
It Is also provided that should a person
chance his occupation to one not within
the scope of tho law or take engage
ments outside the. German empire lie may
continue an insurance once begun. Nine
ilasses are created, based on earnings,
and running from ?llJ.'n to $l?n" an
nually. Half the Insurance premium is
paid by the employee and half by the em
plover. Those per.-ons ih ruing under
3112. ."i0 annually pay cents a month,
th rate advancing to 50.01 a month for
the class earning from flOOO to S12S0.
In the case of a person whose earnings
rise and fall, he is transferred from class
to class and corresponding adjustment
made of the premium.
The insurance covers old age and inval
idity pensions and pensions for widows
and children. Old age pensions arc re
ceived at the ace of Cu, and invalidity
pensions on proof of incapacity lo work.
When an employee's earning power has
fallen off one-half he. may claim to bo
permanently Invalided. Temporary dis
ability is provided for under prescribed
limits. Pensions for widows and chil
dren become operative immediately upon
the death of the wage earnor. the chil
dren being provided for until ihey have,
reached tho age of IS. The illegitimate
children of insured women are not ex
cluded from the benefits of the pension.
Men must have paid premiums for ton
.oars and women for five years before
drawing old age pensions. Ten years'
premiums are also lequlred to obtain
A concrete example of how tho systom
will work may be stated as follows: An
employee earning 5H00 a year would pay
an annual premium of Jio.n. and a like
amount would be paid by his employer.
In case the employoo Is incapacitated at
the close of the first ten -year period his
pension would he 551. Should he pay
premiums for a second ten-year period
in I lie class earning SH75 to SHOn a year,
be and his employer would each pav
?1 1. to annually. If incapac-lta led at the
close of tho second ten-year period the.
pension would be $S7. In the third dec
ade, supposing the wages to be 5625.
the premium would be 51 f.n for emplovoe
?!"L enployor each and tho pension
SM.fi.f.Q. Should death occur at tho close
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It has thai smooth, rich, un
thov will be In Eden, which then will be
world-wide. Thoso perfect human be
ings will be required to stand a test
to demonstrate, to prove their absolute
loyal tv lo God and His righteous laws, aa
Adam was tried, tested, proven In l-lcn.
As Adam was promised eternal life If his
test proved him loyal to his Maker, so
his restored race will havo before them
the offer of eternal life if they shall
manifest their obedience satisfactorily.
Satan Loosed From Prison.
We are not informed of the particu
lars of the test that will then be ap
plied to mankind. Wo merely have tho
figurative declaration that Satan, sin and
everything which Satan represents will
bo loosed for a little season at tho close
of Messiah's reign (Revelation xx, 7-10).
The world, full of perfected humanity,
"as the sand of tho Hcnshore." will all
be subjected to the test. But how many,
or what proportion of the whole, will
prove loyal, and what proportion dis
loyal, we are not Informed.
All that wc know on the subject, and
all that is necessary for us to know. , is
that the trial will be thorough and Just
and that all found faithful will have
eternal life, and all found unfaithful will
be counted as followers of Satan and,
with him. will be destroyed In the sec
ond death. The teat which God will ap
ply will be so searching, so thorough,
that although his creatures will still be
free moral agents, he is able to guar
antee that henceforth "there shall be no
more sighing, no more crying, no more
dying, because all the former things of
sin and doath shall havo passed away"
The Reward, Life Punishment, Death.
Not a word Is said about, tho hun-dred-yoar
old sinner child being sent
to eternal torment. Just as there is not
a word said in the Bible to the effect
that Adam or his children were con
demned to eternal torments. The sen
tence upon Adam, which his race
shares by heredity, was a death sen
tence. This Just but awful penalty
hau wrought havoc with our race
sickness, sorrow, pain, dying, death.
God's mercy has provided the re
demption of Adam and his race through
his son, who died, the just for the un
just. The death of Jesus is the price
which will eventually secure the release
of Adam and all of his posterity from
tho death sentence and give to thorn res
urrection privileges provided through
Messiah's kingdom reign.
But every one who has been enlight
ened, and brought to a clear knowl
edge of God and to the opportunities
provided for his salvation from sin
and death, is more responsible for the
manner in which he accepts ar refuses
"the gift of God, cernal life through
Jesus Christ our Lord." As the wilful,
Intelligent sinner in the church now is
sentenced to the second death (Hebrews
vl, G; x, 2S-:!1), so, our text tells us, it
will be with the masses of mankind dur
ing the Messianic; reign. If they wil
fully reject reconciliation to' God, they
will die tho second death. God has pro
vided a redemption and recovery from
the first death, but assures us that the
second death will be an eternal one.
Instant death from electric shock will
be the method of executing tho penalty
of wilful sinners during the next age, and
not hanging nor decapitation. Tints It
was that in olden limes ,two of Aaron's
sons, having violated their relationship
with God and having disobeyed lilm,
wore smitten to death'. Fire from the
Lord smote them an electric flash. We
may be sure that torture will not be
needlessly Inflicted on such. They will
loro everything, but will not bo tortured.
Stripes or punishments, chastisements,
arc sometimes used of the Lord, hut al
ways in a reformatory manner "Ho
chastencth every son whom he rcceiv
eth." He chastens none others none for
whom chastising would accomplish no
blessing. Such will bo smitten down in
the second death.
of the third decade the widow would re
ceive a life pension of Fit) annually
and each child under IS years old 510.. o
The svstem has been favorably com
mented upon everywhere, and there are
i hose who declare that sooner or later
U will bo made to apply to the United
Tor Improvement of Race.
A Seattle physician has formulated a
plan whereby he experts to segregate all
degenerates. He says that some tlilrly
or more slates, "in a tentative way."
have already begun a movement to this
end which Is the permanent segregation
of tho degenerate In celibate, industrial
communities, "where their lives shall be
controlled, their passions curbed, their
native forces made effective, 'and they
themselves mode as happy as their con
ditions admit of under any circumstances,
far happier than when neglected or poorly
cared for, as is the case with most of
The doctor contends that "the present
feeble and partial efforts at negative en
ergies should bo greatly broadened In
scope and Increased In effectiveness." He
would make It by law Impossible not only
for the Insane and Idiotic to be married
nut lb" feeble-minded of even' character
and epileptics, deaf mutes and blind per
sons whose defect, is clearly traceable to
inheritance should be Included In the pro
hibition. He is against all such carry
ing life insurance and still further that
"no hubilnal drunkard nnd no person, re
formed or not, who has ever had de
lirium tremens should be permitted to he
a father." He says that public opinion
has advanced far enough to support laws
lo this effect.
Reinsures With Metropolitan Life.
The Liberty Life of New York has
been reinsured by the Metropolitan. The
passing of this company Is more than
unusually Interesting from the fact that
It was organized under the amended in
surance laws of Now Vork. It Is esti
mated thai (he company can bo liquidated
with an impairment of about 15 per
Tho career of the "Liberty Life lias
been watched with interest, by life in
surance men. who have contended that
the New York statutes, as amended after
tho legislative Investigation of 190."). made
it almost Impossible for a new company
to start, much less survive In competition.
Of the companies organized In New York
state since 1005 there now remains but
tho roslal Life, whose stockholders re
cently purchased tho Provident Savings
Life. It is polnlod out that tho Liberty
was fatally handicapped from tho first
by lack of experienced life insurance tal
ent. Kurthormoro. II slnrtcd out in 1007
with the. maximum capital allowed by aw
and under such conditions the. old hlgh
piessi.ire system would have driven It to
the wall with older and stronger compa
nies. other young companies, organized be
fore 1005. have failed, it Is said, because
of some defect in their organization, or
because of essential financial weakness.
An Important Decision.
The 1'iilled Slates supreme court has
rendered a decision which will have a
wide Influence on workmen's compensa
tion. The court of last resort upholds
the constitutionality of ihe Iowa law
which provides that participation by an
injured employee under the relief fund
of a railroad shall not bar him from
suing the corporation for personal dam-
The case in point was one in which an
employee or the Chicago, Burlington &
ijuincy sued the railroad for ?2000 dam
ages after receiving from tho railroad's
relief department ?SS for his Injuries.
The railroad contended that when elect
ing to participate under tho relief de
parl.im.Mit tho employee had agreed lo
nccept such benefits in full o( all claims,
and that the lattcr's action released the
road from further liability.
Accident Company Loses Case.
For the first time the Kentucky court
of appeals has been called upon lo con
strue tho clause of accident insurance
policies In the cases or a New Vork coin
puny against Ttolla K. Hart of Flomlng
county. Judge O'llear of the court wrote
tho opinion and held that Hurt. Is en
titled lo 3250n for ihe disability of one
foot and one hand.
Hart, was stricken with paralysis Feb
ruary 5, 1000, and was permanently un
able to ongage in any work or occupa
tion for wages or profit and this disa
bility continued for fifty-two weeks.
Tho eompanj sought to avoid the pay-it
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matter when you use
Nothing but good cof
fee. ' Liineta is packed in
air-tight tin cans and sold
by all progressive dealers.
mcnt of the policy on the grounds that1
Hart had not complied with certain
policy provisions, one of which wa-.'tie
giving of notice within a rcfisouablo '
time after the illness or Incapacity,
The court, however, found these poinlhC
to be mere technicalities and gave Haion
a verdict for the full amount. " "T
George W, Carey of San Francisco,
special agent for the Standard Accident
Insurance company of Detroit, Mich,, is in
Salt LaJe City, the guest of Thomas W.
Wakcllng, tho company's representative
Judge Andy Fiolds, who was chief of
t lie supplies department of the Mutual
Life under the McCurdy regime, died
last week, aged lio. Fields was prominent
in the Insurance scandals unearthed in
The March monthly meeting of the
Utah Association of Life Underwriters
will be held at the Commercial club next
Saturday. A luncheon will be served at
1 o'clock, preceding the regular busi
There are now 22.'5 legal reserve life
insurance companies in tlio L'nlted States
transacting business, with about twenty
others in course of promotion.
The Ancient Order of United Workmen
of Colorado has perfected plans for a
merger with a California order known
as "The Americans."
W. W. Wilson, president of the Stale
Firemen's association, announces that the
annual convention of the Utah fire light
ers will bo held in Provo In the month
Insurance Commissioner Done has been
notified of tho withdrawal from Utah of
the Union of Philadelphia and the State
of Pennsylvania, both lire companies.
It begins to look as though Montana
will havo a fire rato-making board. A
bill to that effect has been favorably re
ported by the house committee on in
surance, Former Governor IJcnton McMillin of
Tennessee has taken up life Insuranco
work and has entered upon tho duties of
supervisor of agencies for the Georgia
C P.. Cornell of San Francisco, claim
examiner for tho Fidelity and Casualty
of New York, Is on a visit to the com
pany's offices in this city.
Gladstone Dowle, son of the late "Jili
jah" Dowle, has been appointed agent
for the Mutual Life at Grand Rapids,
A bill has been introduced in the Colo
rado legislature providing for valued fire
A conference of officials of accident
companies is scheduled for Friday of this
week in New York City for the purpose
of discussing tho advisability of discon
tinuing use of accumulative, beneficiary,
hospital, quarantine and double Indem
nity benefits from accident and health
As forecasted in these columns a month
or so ago, suit has finally been begun
by Mrs. Ira G. Uawn. widow of t he for
mer president of the? Monon railroad,
Chicago, who was shot under mysterious
chounifitanccs In Ills home last October,
to recover 5155,000 under accident poli
cies on his life. There are a half dozen
accident companies Involved, all of them
denying liability on tho ground that Mr.
Rawn committed suicide. The trial prom
ises to develop sonsaiional details.
Prof. Merrill Talks.
Prof. Joseph F. Merrill delivered an
interesting address at tho South Cotton
wood ward house Sunday evening under
the auspices of the M. f. association.
Professor Merrill in his address dealt
largely with the creditable work being
accomplished by the orcanizallon
throughout the stake. A- pleasing mu
sical programme was rendered by Ada
ftuspei, FJ.alo Wheeler, Fern Labrum and
AN OLD ADAGE
"A light purse is a heavy curse"
Sickness makes a light purse.
The LIVER is the seat of nine
tenths of all disease.
go to the root of the whole mat
ter, thoroughl', quickly safely
and restore the action of the
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system and
solid flesh to tfie body.
Take No Substitute
A man who wears proper gar
ments is always asked:
Now you that do wear propev
clothing investigate our tailoring;
investigate our line, and you that
asked the question go where you
arc told by the properly dressed,
man. We cater to the young and
Soils from $15 to $40
The SrnarS Shop Co.
55 SO. MAIN.
Complete Dressers of Men. 1
This Is Curtail Week at II
An Unequaled March Sale of Lace Curtains and 1
:;, Draperies Greater in Every WayIn 1
Size In Variety- In Savinp a
POSITIVELY THE YEAR'S MOST IMPORTANT EVENT 1
STARTS HERE THIS MORNING. I
I "Ve arc after the biggest curtain week we've ever known I fl
at this store, as the values certainly ."justify the Greatest Lace I jJ
Curtain selling Salt Lake has ever known. 1
15,000 PAIRS OF BRAND NEW LACE CURTAINS, POR I
TIERES AND COUCH COVERS, MADE ESPECIALLY FOR 1
THE SEASON 1911 GO ON SALE THIS MORNING AT 8 J H
10 'CLOCK AT PRICES UNPRECEDENTED VOR LOWNESS. i H
CURTAIN BUYERS! THIS IS THE DAY OUR GREAT 1 H
CURTAIN SALE BEGINS. I H
I WINDSOR & COMPANY 1 I
(Est. 1889.) ,0l H
General Insurance anS Adjusting 1 H
UTAH, IDAHO AND NEVADA. 7 ( H
jj All classes of fire, liability, accident and casualty, insurance jH
I and bonds.
I LOSSES PAID HERE. ( ' H
' UTAH SAV. & TRUST CO. '3 BLDG. " V " H
j COLONIAL WEa&T" 1 I
1 Will Present Its Big I H
to be followed by I IH
PROFESSIONAL VAUDEVILLE H
B Tickets for entire lower floor at $1 each. Regular scale of
prices for balcony and gallery. Seat sale opens at 10 o'clock
j Monday morning.
Elinor Glyn's dramatization of her
An absorbinp play, well produced.
Prices 25i 50c. 75c. 51.00.
3 DAYS STARTING THURSDAY
Gerge Brondhtirst's great play,
OF THE HOUR"
With an excellent cast and fine pro
duction. COMING. COMING
March 1 3, 1 4, 1 5
3 Nights and Wednesday Mat. Only
In the RTcatnst of musical comedy
Mall Orders Now.
At Fountains & Elsewhere
The Original and Gsnuine
The Food-drink for Ali Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute,
Take no imitation. Just say "HORLICK'S.3'
Sn Mo am bine op Trust
MuInee dally (Including- Sunday).
WHITE AND STUART.
The Hanlon Brothers.
Charlep B. Lawlor and Daughter;.
Mr. and Mr 5. Frederick Allen.
The Gordon. Ernest S'charff. IH
Orpheum Motion Pictures.
Matinee vricea. 15c. 2Ec. 50c vM
Nlcht prices. 25c. 50c. 75c IH
y THIS WEEK
S THE GARRICK STOCK CO, 1
y will present ISdward Peple's dellght-BI IH
I fill fltorv,
I THE PRINCE OHAP j H
1 Matinees Thursday and Saturday. 9
H Souvenirs Thursday matinee. gg
9 Noxt week Willie Collier's Scream, '
yON THE QUIET." g
Wliei Ym Start I
Cleaning Souse I
Piioiae 192 I
for a Try Waa I
to take en re uT tbe curtains jJ
They'll come back in a
day or two all nicely H
washed and ironed and
voir 11 escape the trouble. ( IH
Cost but a little.
Imj Laeitilry I
The Laundry of Quality.