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H: EASY. M The Slen of Safety, 8 pood and Com- M fort t 3 Trains Daily. 3 B From UTAH to R KANSAS CITY, ST. JOE, CHICAGO, H GALVESTON, EL PASO. B And tho Mining Camps of NEW MEX- B ICO AND AIUZONA. H Ask us about Cheap nates this Sum H c k. waiuien, H General Agent H The Atchison, Topaka & Santa Fe H Railway Company. Hj Salt Lake City, Utah N H To bo assured of a pleasant trip H oast, purchaso your tlckots via tho H Illinois Central Rail- H road H from Omaha to Chicago B First-class sorvlco also between H, Omaha and M'aucnpolln and Chlcaito H and 8L Louis, as well as all points In H tho South and Southeast H For full Information call on ur write BBB' BB J. A. FOLEY, H Commercial Agent. B No. 76 Wnst Second Kouth Street H JPnrouflh Servlo I I st7loijis I IEAST I I MtssoinrPACCFiG I H RAILWAY 1 1 COLORADO 1 H H KVccTRta FAit. I H H RroumH chair CAM BBH Bjt . MMfl' ril, nil i BBBJ Bj WfO0Ttt 'DAT COABH'1. H H ijwibvt war. !, I I 11 I BBBf V- """""yfy!1 M 7 ' rSABBBBBBBBBBBflBBBfl JR. E. C. FAIRWEATHER, s ttTtodiiis r, ond C Walker llnnk I)ulld-5j W Ing, Salt I.nko City G 3Wlth Dr. Hector Grlswold for th past three years. S 4.iiiiifi;.iin(i,lilij.;;i('JS!WJ9."!'') R. H. Officer & Co., f Assayers and Chemists. s 169 8. W. Tomplo BL, Salt Lakeg City. " Wrlto for Mailing 8aeks. g 1 F. M. BISHOP, 1 5 AB8AYER. 120 W. Jnd South, Salt Lako Clty.g g Opposlto Fostofllco. S 6 Mailing Sacks Furnished. g B CYRUS G. GATRELL v " " 5 5 Attorney & Counselor. 8 - A S 419 D F Walker nutbUne, X I Salt Lako City. I txiXiXixixteiiWjtjJiiww'i" ii(si(iXixai)5 THOMPSON REAL ESTATE CO. We Buy, 3ell and Trade Real Estate. Wo havo a largo list of farms and city property, vucont aud lmprovod, ehoapor than any other linn Call and boo us. G3V4 West Second South St, dt Lako City THE KEELEY CURE. Drunkenness Cured. A poslt-vo and pormanent euro fof dronkonnoss and tho opium diseases. There U no publicity, no sickness. La dles treated as prhntely as at their own homes The Keeloy Instltuto. 334 W. So. Tempi" Salt L"e City, UUh. WINDSOR. EUROPEAN HOTEL. Salt I.nko City. Located In the heart of the city. Rates Reasonable. Light, olry, clean rooms. First-class In ovory respect Steam heat, Klectrtc Lights, OLADSTONB HOTEL, Mrs. A. M. Marshal, Prop. 11 South Main Strcot Salt Lake Cltj Nsatly furnished Rooms by tho Day, Week or Month I Rates, CO cftits to $1 GO por day. Special rates by tho day. woolc or 1 month . ja While In Salt I-nke got your xcoth I fixed at THE EASTERN PAINLESS DENTAL COMPANY. First-class work, a full guarantee and courteous trcatmont to alL ' Ndl a fow of our prlcos, Full set of tcoth, S5.00. Solid gold crown, 22k., 35.00. IlrldKO work for tooth, 34.00 Absolutely painless extraction. Rooms 9, 10, 11, 12 Galon a Block. Entrance, 69 II Second South. t I J Til our Fine Selection of 1 ! J PIANOS. 3 II ". I. o hnc nilded tho Chase & Daker J Piano Player, Victor Talking J Machines, vvith a choice selec- J tlon of the Lates an'd Best Rolls and Records. 3 Beesley Music Co. 5 .Jj'l'lio Popular Music Housn, 4C Sn I x Main St., Salt Lnko City ! BBb Bell Tel 755 Ind Tel. 755 DR. ALVAH LEWIS. SALT LAKE PRI VATr . -.-. BBH i.i.iiwh - BBb1 jbss& &u BBB VlZrh " Si-Ki (Ti SPifirJS1 I - toSss.' yJfacwBBmmm & M Special Attention given 8URGICAL and OBSTETRICAL CASES. BBS TUB ONLY STiUCTLY I'ltlVATR HOlMTAl IN THK STATR No. 352 n. 1st Bontb. BBj Salt Lako City. H Pil,lllMSSWSSliSSSSSSlSlMlllliSsliSilSSSSSSllSSSlSSSllSlSSSSiSSSlSSSSSi.MSSlSSSSSSMiiMSl.SllSSSMSMSlS H 'TAYLOR, ROMNEY, ARMSTRONG CO. B Wholesale and Retail I LUMBER 8 DEALERS H; Corner South Temple and 2d West St. . H . SALT, L3,K,E CrjX , - , -, . UTAH, BBBBBBV1 BBBBBBB l l r I Quiet Ending of Tyvo IDomestic Spats llnnbnnda Worry LeesThn Wlvc Over Disttirbnnces Thnt Seem Uotintl to Occur In the Jour noy Through Llfo. ' .Nnii Iium tiled anil tho worms I nve eaten them,'" ffOoted tho girl 'w, Mown 'but not for loe Just i u-n to MiIh 1 went to call on Murth.i the other day She was tolling m how she and Jttrk Imd atxirrulod. 1 1 ml iimrreled so blttnrl) that at last nlih liars s1u trot up. put on her bat mil left him foreer it whs dnrk In the street. The lot lamps a)i)tird t niitke It Urker She . il a lit Mi n. thfti half turneil Shf walKed i little furthet, then turned nlto I m ilnr Not Ktrslslit back, but toward iho btililier shop. I lark and I had chops this niornfj Iiik' xlie rolllixiulTPd, 'I think I wills I milir steak for tomorrow ' j She did so nnd went back home " What was the huslitinil ikilnK1' Had In gone out and made awa with him Mclf No ImlPfil Ho wiih sitting j fiin Ih at tln table wheie she bad ' nfi lilm nudinii IiIh ni'WHiupor' 'Dial h noiliiiiv put In the brown -tul girl I Km w a woman onco who ilimrreli d with lier husband, or he with her I neer knew which, and I when ho bad none out of the house slu determined to mako way with hor self Tho determination did not last, however She concluded, on tho con tr iry. to bco what ho would do In caso she should end It all. There was a small pond nearby Shi couldn't havo drowned herself In it ir she hnd laid down and drunk up all the water, hut alio nevertheless .wrote this farowell lettor to blm: 'Dear John I can enduro this llfo no lonner I hnvo thrown myself In the pond Oood-by and Cod bless ou ur IoUiik SAILAH." 1 She put tho letter up on tho table, wlu re he would bo Buro to flud It, then went Into tho closet and hid her- xi ir mV'Ii was a small closet. She ncarl ftithpmt there, but sbo waited with B i notigh ,of a crack In the door W breatlio through At hist aftoi what seemed an iti )it iinlnabln tlmo, she heard his foot s its He eame In nnd sat down lij lie table Aftor fumbling around while lie camo upon her note. She lu iril him tear It up when he had llnMhed ruidlng It Drnt that woman!' ho said as he ilirrw it on the floor. 1 hen he picked tip a book nnd rent till she came out of tho closet bad to oi uniolher" I Railroad Uof, Checkmated at Own Game j Conductor Kvldently Hnd Met the Species Before nnd Welcomed' Opportunity to Mete Out I'un. ishment for Discourtesy. Paul Morton at a louumtlon of rail road mm mild of the railroad hog; "I wIkIi that all these men could bo treated as a certain Murlander unco was. "The Mar lander boarded a train with two arm loads of bund'os. Ho sat down mid piled his bundles bcsldo him. Then be opened a paper and be gan to rend In great comfort. "The car by degrees grow crowded. At Inst the only aeant scat was tho bundle filled one beside the Mnrjlnnd ur Though scleral passengers hesi tated lieHldo this Heat looking at the Marylandcr wlstfullj, he made no sign He would rather let tho people Bland than remote his goods. "Klnall) Koimoiie summoned tho conductor He hurried In nnd said',, 'Take donn thouc bundles, please, nt once Don t ou see, sir, that thero aro ladles standing all about ou?' The Maryland! r was n perfect ex ample of tho railroad bog. Ho sold In a blustering tone- " What Is the matter with ou7 Those bundles don't belong to me. Thoy belong to n man In tho smoker ' All right,' said tho conductor. 'I'll pile them up here, then, till bo comes ' "And he put the bundlcH In the rack overhead and gno tho acant Hint to a hub "The Man lander laughed becauso he bad not had to moo bis bundles himself, but when ho came to get off he did not laugh so hcnrtll). As bn was gathering his precious pile to gether the conductor hurried to hlra and said sternly "Don t touch those packages, sir. The) belong to a gentlemnn In tho smoking car' " Ah. whnt's the matter with ouT" snarled tho other. 'They belong to me' '"You snld they didn't. answered the conductor 'and 1 nm going to tnko ou nt jour word The oitl waj joti can get them Is to comn nnd Identify them nt our main office to-morrow.' " Evenness of Temper Means Long Life History Shows thnt Men of thel Grentost Genius Hnve Been I for the, Mon I'nft ChqorhjB end Contented. Cheerfulness Is an excellent wear 'ng quality It has been called tho bright weather of the hoart It gives harmou of soul, nnd Is a perpetual song without words It Is tantamount to repose It enables nature to re cruit Its strength, whereas worry and , discontent debilitate It. lnollng con '. stnnt wear and tonr How Is It that i wo seo such men ni Lord I'almorston j growing old In hnrness working on t vigorous!) to the end' Mnlnly j through equanlmlt) of temper and bn I bltual cheerfulness They lm edu ' caleil theinsohoH In the habit of en I durance of not lining ensll) prooked, of bearing and forebearliig, or boar I Ing harsh nnd even unjust things said of them, without Indulging lu unditu l resentment, nnd avoiding wornlng, petty and self tormenting enres An Intimate friend of Lord Palmers j ton, who obxerted him closely for i it , . 1 twenty jears, has said that be never saw blm angrj, with perhaps one ex ception, and that n as when tho mln-sTUTT-TOMOdsltilc- Kir tho oaLiuiliy otp Afghanistan, of vihlch he was one, was unjiistl) accused by their oppon ents of falsehood perjur) nnd wilful manipulation of public documents So far as can be learned from blogrnph), men of the greatest gonitis hnve been for the most part cheerful, contented inon not onger for reputntlon, monoy or power but relishing life, nnd keen ly susceptible of eno)inont, ns wo And in their works Such scorn to hno been Homer. Horace, Virgil. Montaigne Shakespeare and Cert an tes. Health), serene cheerfulness Is apparent In their great creations Among the same class of cheerful minded men nm) also bo mentioned Luther, Moore, Duron. Leonardo da Vlnrl. Raphael and Michael Angclo. Perhnps they were happy becnuso constantly occupied, nnd In tho pleas nntest of nil work that of creating out of tho fulness nnd richness of their great minds Washington Star. ! Queer Things in TI. eaters of Japan Actors Pny Little Attention to Demnnds of tho "Art That Concents Art" Performances Last Entire Day. A Japanese, theatrical porformanco commencos generally at early dawn nnd lasts a do?eii hours Tho stngo occupies tho end of tho building from wall to wall. Oddly, the actors do not mako their appcarunco from tho sldo or the back (thero nro no wings), but strut along n narrow platform over tho heads of tho pit by means of Just Hiich a boarded footway as Is used by Kuropean conjurers I'alth fill to tho canon of no Illusion, the performers stand ready dressed lu n open plnco off the entrance lobby, whoro nil who come lu may see them. When they hear their cuo tuny push through n knot of loiterers nnd march to tho stage along tho platform, act ing as they go Indeed, Importnnt portions of a sceno which demand a rapid oxlt aro frequently gone through upon this narrow footway and not on tho stago at all. The effect is apt to bo vory often unintentionally comic. In a Japanoso theater thero aro two tiers of boxes, tho lower of which Is provided with sliding paper doors, forming small rooms like bathing ma chines. Tho pit Is divided by low cross bars Into squares, reminding ono of tho cattle pens of old Smlthlleld, each capablo of holding four persons comfortnbly. A Japanese family bent on enjoyment engage a compartment for n day In n position suited to tho purse In the mlddlo of tho liouso. If well to do, nearer to tho stago or tho back, according to tho scarcity of coin nnd, having doposltcd clogs In tho nnte-room. tnko up a position with cushions, kottlo, tea-things, smoking tray, and never nunc, till midnight, un less to pny somo visits to their frlonds. Victory Always in "Playing the Game" "For It Isn't the Wlnnlnn That Makes n Man, but It's Plnylnrf the Game on the Good Old Plan." Oh. much have I read In in and verse. Ami many n tale Is toM Tbst mukos a fellow to-ila m norso Than tho 'viinilrful tuiy if old A rcKnlnr n (lift without all") Ills miiHti-r- prldo unit liU wrnt' Joy, A bltf-brnlned, muKculur moilul tHy, A wonderful boy of gold He could Jump as far as a kangaroo. And run llko a hunted hare. Whatever ho said was lirnva mid true, Whatever he did was fair Tho "unmilnR" that makes your sennet swim, And your hair itacd up, and your eve Brow dim. Was a ktnd of lolly Kood Joka to hlta Ho did It with time to rpare Whenever he bowled ho gAlned a hat s Hy rcatterlnK wickets Uires tie punished the bowlltiK and kept hi tat As itrulKht ns n bat rould bo, Oil, the ball he slouKid and the balls ho snicked, And Kiwis tio saved and the goals ho kicked. And tint uluatnrlng bullies ha fouitht and licked, Weru a marvelous sight to seet And now he n Judfto In a tip-top wig, A Colonel, or Colleitn Don. This wonderful boy who started big And miver alopptd RettlnK mil Knr no one ever could call a hult To Hie itoy who was born without a fault . . Though I take the tiniest Brain of salt With tho tuto of the purason. Hut ho kept a rule. If a thing seemed right I hope I may keen the same To go nnd do It wlih all hi mluht And har-tly a ti'oUKht of fame; 1'or t Isn t the wi.-.nlne that make r roan, lint it's playlnr the game on the gow old plan. A hard und itraUth as a mortal can In fact Iti", playing tt came. Iffy London Punch. I J It The Rock Island System now offers a X choice of five dally trains from Colo- -J J rado to Eastern paints. THREE of x them are for Omaha and Chicago, and J J the other TWO for Kansas City and J J St. Louis. The equipment is new and x . up-to-date and a dining car on every 3 j train.. All leave at convenient hours. I, "Let us figure on your trip." ." A folder and full Information from 2 og'ftL;DREW' General Agent, E. DRAKE, Dlst. Pass. Agent.2 -, 800 17th 8treet Denver Colo. G. A. BIBLE, Trav. Pass. Agt.,-2 . - or 100 West 8econd South 8t., J A BBBBBBrwtls7?PBBBBBBBLBii iimLbbBBBBBBBBBBB4BbIIBb'il?Ib9B bbb9I0vbP3bI H S19VsVsP9snfiirAv PiiBisJ8BTI BlBMjSjhj .'-ftuP.AjrJZiUJssHi THE TOURIST'S FAVORITE POUTH 3 FA ST FLYERS DAILY BETWEEN I OODEN AND DENVFT? J CHOICE OF ItODTBS. THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST SLEEPERq J FHOM OQDBtl OR SALT LAKB J TO ST. UOUIS WITHOUT CHANGE OP CARS J . Freo ReclInlDfc- Chair Cars. DInlnir Car J Service a la carta oa all through train. ' SdNM " UlMlrWd Bookfeureti; 1 i L A. BENTON, G. A. P. a SALT LAKE PITY, UTAH j 188.8.131.52. .- XX TO CALIFORNIA it AND ITS FAMOUS SUMMER RESORTS. X 1 x LOS ANGELES. f-? CATALINA. X OCEAN DEACHES. WKW'rriJ ORANGE GROVES. tt XX SAN PEDRO. Z0&Cy PASADENA. 4- - DIRECT TO CORONADO TENT CITY. - frli'illVcstlljul,'l Trains JoaYQ Salt, Iiko Qlty p:.10 p. nj. dnjly. .Ob-t. . sorvnUdn, Drawing Hoom nnd Stindnrd Pullman Sleeper, Tourist mhV"- "! Dining Car. 4- FREE RECLINING CHAIR CAR. "--- As,c nearest agent for Information on Pacific Coast Excursions, or--4 wrlto to J. L. Moore, Dlst. Pas. Agent, Snn Pedro, Los Angolcs & Salt""" 2 Lako n. It., Salt Lako City. . f" i " REMEMBER, IN F1CURINC YOUR TRIP EAST THAT THB Oregon Short Line i ' "3 RAILROAD i i . I i i . mrrm D. E. DVRLEY, B T1D3 D0IDCT CONTtECTION VTTH TUB "sOsi! UNION TACIFIC Hi ' . i. ,-v.MBM THE OVERLAND IIOOTBJ J Vy mat b tkh roruLAK KOuTSTOAUrcBiBrr II 1 M " IH SPEED ' OTT MET OFFICE comfort HI SAFETY ?.?. T TNION PACIFIC .AtTLBcrtr. Unexcelled FrogressivU VTAH. V THa OVERLAND ROUTD) Name Your j j I Route East X On your noxt trip Enst loll your local ticUot ngont that your ticket to Chicago must read via 'ie '" tiChicago,Milwaukee&St.Paul; tZZ' Railway I f You will do yourself a kindncfis, securing tho inuxi- 4 imiiii amount of comfort at the minimum cost. Don- bio daily train servico from Ogdon to Chicago and j from Donvor to Chicago. Unto in through stooping cars, Ogdon to Chicago, standard, $0.50; tourist, 4 Elders nnd complete Information freo. Any ticket agent 4 M H can ticket on i:ast via this lino. Ask hlra to do ' I" . C. S. Williams, Commercial Aent, 4 X Salt Lake City. , III iiibm UU - 4 4 44.4.l ! ""'sbssMBI i