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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE CITY UTAH SUKBAT 21 isso 3TOTJ SSJE33ES3XT STERLING SILVER WARE WARE COLD PENS TOILET CASES TRIPLICATE MIRRORS FRUIT SETS VIENNA NOVELTfES OXYDIZED NOVELTIES C3CAR CASES CARD CASES EXQUISITE HAIR ORNAMENTS TORTOISE SHELL GOODS SRICABHAC SCE PiTCHEHS N1USIC BOXES SIR WALTER RALEIGH BHwinoth weigh smoko from his n by weighing the tobacco huforo smoking and the ashes after Yorjrc QIITTS WY Tin rrnsv YOUR Will b appreciated day of the thro hundred and sixtyfive if you combine utilitywith kindly article wo offer and therefore have the merit of utility We have many beautitul and to jou and your while to look our over before you make your selection Some one has mas Kift is the giving of something you cnnt afford for something you dont This doesnt apply to our for they are articles of service decoration durability and neccssity Even If you do not want to purchase do not hesitato to come in It I very gratifying to us to show the Salt Lake folks the largest nnd most comPlet9 stock of costly Roods ever brought to Utah If necessary during the oominfj week we 11 KEEP ALL TIGHT D8AW1ONDS WATCHES CLOCKS FANS CUTLERY CANDELASRAS SCARF PHOTO BROOCHES JEWELRY LAMPS SILK UMBRELLAS CANNES OPERA CLASSES ONYX PEDESTALS JARCUNJERES POCKET BOCKS YOU VISIT OUR SALESROOMS Kindly notice three things First the hixjh class of workmanship Secondly the remarkable extent and variety of our wares Thirdly the ground ftwrpricos but that well accommodate onr patrons AND THE DBAMA Thf gfiritleniftn of a flornbor huo occupied the Theater last week tlm only night It wnn lisffl wcrf Uircc with Wednesday In othur worrln CJIovtjianiiH ColossfU Colored WITG Theonipomicnt not vory suucess A very ffonrl houso turned out to witness the first but tho sewnd third uvciilnjis partioiilarly tho thnro more chill M empty than HUH WHS no doubt lirfeely to tho that dodyear ElUoh Shillings MinstrdK proceeded Jlovolsind s atiho T0thn It may bo said to ho quite Rooil The whole thing aroiinrt the Wnius ot Tom Mr o is the funniest man in si mlnslTol wsiy M ui on stsitffi In a loiiK time He Is un firtlht Noxt week tho holds full sway MOnillS L she WHS n scrlou invalid It will DO n K nLf f I hor inuny to U Z Wosonltlmo Miss Morris 1 for years If t Covered Hor pisrform i e Uuiruforo by it and power with which iiovor berorn invested thorn An added pea in Miss Morriss eriKuKotimnt will be that I o will appear here for the Hrst time n a Dlay by tbn ftuuoiis lTcnch tniisliM Ylctoi enticed Miss Morris ncvrr appeared In a Sardou play tho Initial of Udette In Him Fnimiseo riMiuntly The prltles woro unanimous Is saying heforu WHS the conception of the so realistically and magnlfleenMy portrayed and further Is no doubt satiHiUsd with present tfreat fame but tortfilnly a leaf or two wiw added to his laurel WPftath whon Muni Morris appeiMed as The ialt Lako w night with Qdott Friday night her porMaya wlJlbonlviii aiidbaturdjiy nlylib n ioniparallveiy new addition to hor re liortolro bcilnif an of J H groat Mattyre undor tho tlth of Morny Mlw Morris certain to u hen bnfit tlnu position as loro ataross of and of hor time IAMKS no actor Miat visits Salt Lako more oC favor than Is Louis Jamiw It IM scarcely ntwcssary to eomniont mon the of bis actitiK HO well known Is he In this city He Is a c Oso donf and intelliKenf interpreter of the Kreat roles of thoSluikesperoan drama Ho Is an aetor strmitfth whomvor falls below a hlKli of and In such plays he rlaes the IjlKliost pinna do of power and now that bus lost hlsoidtirne one would nol know whcro to Hnd In America n Shakes perlan iulor so capable so Intelligent HO ntorcstlnj im bouls liwnos tlons are always worlh siwlnK and worth sMidylnK They arn well thought out and nrtKtlraUy achieved Flo has been honestly faithful to ncvorsworvlnw from his devotion to all that noblest In his clioson art Mr Jamon has much of the virility of n MeOuilouKh and still mom ot the polished HtaRO rulturo of a Jspvldrtntlv one of worthiest modern iniijinllluant and yet with art Individuality in all his aillmiH tUal pro claims him mi original ami stu dentof tho dramatln arh Knm the time ho vertlKiied position as lAudlnv manIn Lawroneo company to head an of his own Mr has Rono onward and upward KMln IIIK wi I h season a higher placo in tho nubile osteoni until today ho stands oiie mthe few exponents of leadlriK irharaotecs claHsiodrama thin has bcrn without tho aid of what Is commonly known as booming and It donioriHtrntos thai not slow betweentho aflor anl tho man who Hirlvos for fanio by opening hill Monday nltrht in ShukeA pearos trasocly and Mr James s ImpersonAtlon of tho Thano ol Cawden Is full of and criorsy but careful ami conscientious in every particular I ho is in n time when rapine blood hbod wofo rtfo froniono end of Scotland to tho and a rtuuis castle and homu was only safe so Ions IM ho could hold St AUm llvod bv tho sword and dind by tho sword It was an btiMs ruclo and warllkv On Tuesday Mr Tamoa will present nnd ou Wednesday ovonina munificent produotlon of Tho Marble Hiart will close an which de serves hearty aiiproclathm and encourage ment Tho supporting company is an oxccllonr one Including tho bjUilant younR actor jr C Mosloy A OOOl Conductor K Slmms o the Liberal Band deserves special credit Cor tho way ho has brought up the organization to its pres ent hltcli dojrroo of Ho has worked in season and out of season for tho last threo months tho boys on to steady ofVort talking Hko a flncle to tho ones und rouncl iiiK up tho playors Sunday aftoriMnms foe two honrs of solid application to business In fact hb friends say IO has shonldcrod tho hulk vf work RlvinR to the band uiutth valuable time arranfilnK for this aixd arranging fiu lhaU atul niunh ucccsMiry ralnutlsu that taxud his nervous oiurslos to tho utmost Iho work of getting up the concert ftfll almost wholly in Mr Slmmss shoulders as Mr inernmn rooontly ohiotoci munagor has been called away from active participation by sickness Mr Simms is a veteran of the Grenadier Guards of London nnd an artist Ho is hopeful of tho Liberal Band and pro doing all ho can to keep raising It higher and higher JTGTK3 William G Andrews tho gontlaraan who movea In advance of Louts Jamos was In our city a largo part of last week It is a singular fact that although Ingo mar has been played in this country over ialf a century but few people know the author It is an adaptation from tho Gor man by Maria Lovoll Tho supporting company of Clara Morris are resting a week in Salt Lako City Miss Morris is tho little vacation of u week the latter portion of which will bo ppont In our city and will in consoquonco begin her work again with renewed vigor Louis Jtuues was booked to play Othello Tuesday evening After the first amiounco loioufc of repertoire a request was sent to the Theater by many of our theatergoers to have Ingomar In the stead of Mac beth and tho management made tho change Mr Edwin H Trice tho manager of Clara Morris spent the past week pleasantly in Salt Lake Mr W B Rowles Miss Morriss was also hero Neither of those gen tlemen were ever in our city before and both oxpress themselves its well pleased with It Price is a manager of consider able note STAGE GOSSIP Sarasate is creating quite a furor in Eng land by his playing The Grlsmers are on their way back to SanFrancisco afcer a long and successful coast tour Fay Tompleton will bo given i elaborate dinner in Baltimore on Christmas which is also her birthday Child actressesaro becornUig o such im portance now they are having pi ays written Jor them with as much assurance as older actresses Little Ray Marshal has had one writen for her recently entitled TheCount fJSH M B Curtis has loft the stage returned to California arid will devote histirnoto real estate MB sayfi ho is tired of the stage Hill Nyo SK writing a play to bo produced at the Lnion Square Theater next Septem ber The principal purt is to bo played by Thnrnus Miiudrj Granger vrhoso reappearance on tiiu stage was hailed with delight by tho res idents of Sari Francisco a short tirno ago Is having a snwussful tour Adolina has made her last appear anoo in England previous to her departure for KiiKftln She in better voice than has been tho case for months past Kddln Ioy arid Louise Montague are suf fering with such severe colds that they arc obliged to withdraw from the Crystal Slip per for tho present They hope to rejoin the company soon Professor Horrman is ever growing In popularity His latest tricks are all more wonderful than tho ones before and ho is continually adding new features His wifo assists him in his performances Mario Walnwright lias played Twelfth Night over IIUO times Booth has played Hamlet and Shyiock over 50D times Mary Anderson played Tho Tempest 100 times Yet some cry that Khakespoare do n t t pay Manager Koaenqulst Is buying oft all tbo attractions booked to succeed Jeans at tho Fourteenth Street Theater lie Is do Ing this so that Blue Joans can remain tho whole season Tho play Is duplicating tho sucwuss of the Old Homestead at that house Some klridhoarted ladies hoacled by Mrs Tony Pastor are planning to give the little children of tho stage a Christmas festival It will comprise a banquet sttigi entertain ment and dancing Throe mam moth Christ mas trfes to be dressed with toys have boon donated Thomas W Keeno gave his fifteen hun dredth performance of Richard III at the Tabor Grand in Denver to a crowded house Ills business has boon so good on Ms whole tour of tho coast that ho has arranged to roturn next year Adelaide Moore although but 25 years of age has played Juliet often and is more closely Identified with that character than any other actrusH living Hor wont per formances of that character for fifty consec utive nights ad Lho Globo Theater London Is the longest run of tho play with ouo ex ception on record King Kalakaua appeared at the Baldwin San Francisco in stato In a lower box ai tho Abbott opera on Tuesday evening Tho has evidently a largo though dusky oar for music as he was a most attentive auditor and boathis cane upon the floor enthusiastically In tho proper places Louiso Montaguo tho dashing Prince In tho Crystal intends to forsake burlesque for tho drama next season and the legitimate flor ambi tion Is to appear as Juliet a parb shehas boon studying for some time Joseph Ho warth negotiated with to play Borneo There Is a prospoofcof the reestablishment of mlnstrolsy at tho Madison Street Theater Chicago No vory good reason can bo urged why a woiloricaniznd strong mlnsftrel com pany should not Hnd profitIf permanently located In Chicago As tho second city in tho Union Chicago has room enough and patronage enough for anything that Is really firstclass Once when Charles revived Julius In London ho had a pair ot high Imolod sandals with inside hools made for tho actor who was to enact Orasar Tho ac tor sent thorn back with the statement that the groat Julius was a short man Quito true replied Mr Kean but lie is atall man In tho play otherwise his strong of their it seems that tho report of tho bo oittolerHn this city next year by M Loayltt has reached San Francisco Tho Mimic and Drama hap a notice of it and In upon tho subjocfsays It Is evident that Mr Loavltt SonaLor Tahnia lively opposition ontho Silver Afow copies of Iho Christmas number of tho Minoi arrlyffd In Salt Ln ko last week Tlio edition Is gor gnous one and the best of a series published annually by that enterprising paper THE TuttruNK man trliid to got bur the nevrsdeaior sold out ovory oxtniCdpy within an hour uf putting them on sale Km ma Ahbotlis now Worth and Felix dresses arc beautiful beyond description Thero over thirty robes and drosses SOBIQ of which cost enormous Besides those there is a mantle made by Felix that weighs iji pounds and can bo worn only by tho aid oC two pages and then for only three minutes It is a mass of beadwork and tho Miost gorgeous article of dross ever soon on any stage Tho Clmnonooan Case Is a continual ft is certainly startling to learn that Maurice Harryrnoro has just started on a tour playing the part of Pierre ceau The cast however is very good and this version of tho play differs materially from all others Who knows but what after tho play hts bena revised a few times more it will rank with Old Homestead and Blue Joans V Mather her first appear ance in the tltlerolo of Joan of Arc at tho f Avmnio Theater New York lust Monday evening Preparations for this pro duction wore begun so mo months since Arthur R Chase was her manager and avrangouionts wwo completed to have it as near tho Paris representation aa possible In tho scene representing tho attackcm Orleans Miss Mather appears In full armor mounted upon an Arabian steed Booth and Barrett did not draw the large houses they usually do during their late engagement In Boston Tho first night they had onlv half a house and small audiences on the othor nights Several reasons for this nvo given by tho first the plays woro old and as neither of these emi nent actors aro in good health this year they not able to do them justice second the price was too high being per scat Tho sword combat between Louis James and Fred Mosloy in tbo last actof Macbeth is as earnest and realistic as anything of the kind well can be Both of these gentlemon are athletic fellows export hi sword prac tice and their tight in this play is a contest of strength and skill that always arouses a groat deal of enthusiasm Mv James bears several scars received this season which stand mute witnesses to tbo earnestness of the combat Mrs John G Curtis of Now York is the founder oC an orchestra composed of men women and children of musical gathered from poor families Theodore John formerly conductor of tbe orchestra of Freiburg Germany has had charge of this remarkable orchestra far tho last three years Several of those pupils who pay Mrs Curtis a very small fee for their in struction have boon able to 1311 positions in professional orchestras Ponds Extract for all Hemorrhages and all Pnin No preparationis cquaUo it In the tvact Nature and Science are combined Genu ine la bottle with buff wrappers only Bountiful Women in Wall Street It is said that in Wall street one can see tho most beautiful and stylish women to be incc with on any strwot in tbo world They drive down tho four streets which enclose the brokers ofllees and stock exchanges in delightful littlo Victorias lolling on cush ions as lightly as if their bodies were really the more clouds of gauzo that their drape ries make them appear to be Their great est element of beauty hoyrever is their per fectly exquisite complexions in the tlou of which Wisdoms famous Robertiue plays an important part SOCIETY IVEtfTS Cry Two liarge Private Tlie Com ings and Ooingrs of tlie Upper Ten The afternoon and evening parties given by tho ladies of the Orphans Home and Day Nursory made a lively opening for tho week but an immediate lull followed so far as public affairs woro concerned There were a number of private parties howovor tho largest being a PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE at tho residence ol Mr and Mrs Tamos B Boggs It was a delightful little party Rivon by Mr and Mrs Boggs at their beau tiful home on Wednesday evening Tho ailalr was iu honor of their friend and guest Mrs D A Stowars of Denver and was altogether one of tho events of tho season Among tho guests woro Mrs 1C C Coilin Major nnd Mrs Mr Gcorfc Downey Dr and Mrri Nilns Madame Aliuv Mr WnlturAhny Mr L M JlolmoH Hunter Moss Mr 7 O Sawyer Miss Snwyer Miss Gussio Sawyer Mr Graham Put nfun Ml fj H TMelflH Kanniu Marshall Mr And Mrs S McCnmiuk Misa JlcCorniuk AiiKtin Mr nnd Iveyos MT A B Tones Lincoln liofrcs Mr C L Hurcly Mrs G V Wallace Miss Wallace Miss SLoiut Mrs JlapRood An exciting contest occurred over the gentlemans prize It was a handsorno cane and Mr McCornick won it by just one point over M A B Jones Tho ladles prizes two elegant water colors wore won by Mrs Major Dowuey and Mrs Dr Niles SHHIfNYOOD Professors Eaclcliffo and Pratt have been Interviewed on the question of the proposed Shorwood recital and are both much pleased with the idea They will lend tholr support and Influence to tho undertaking and it will be a success Professor Pratt thinks it would bo a good plan for each teacher in the city to procure a listof tho names ofall his pupils who will take a ticket for the three recitals Professor RadcltfTos idea 3s in substance tho It is well should bo understood that thin affair is for tho public Nobody wants to make any thing out of It unless tiho Young Ladies Musical Society desire to take it in hand It Is for tho publiceducation and after a careful survey of tho ground expenses hav ing been considered tho tickets will bo mado just as low as la possible to cover tbo output Other musicians will be interviewed noxti week II looks now as it wo shall surely have a visit from tho groat Sherwood next June The many friends of Bolivar Roberts regret to learn that ho is very seriously ill Miss Oraco Wallace will spend tbo gay season In Washington She expects to leave Halt Lake about iho firs I week in January and will probably return some time during Lent Tho musicale which was to have boon to morrow evening is postponed for perhaps two weeks A The Ladles Lttorary Club held no meet ing last week it having been lihoir custom to adjourn tho Friday before Christmas Next Monday evening the New 15n glanders partake of baked boansaucl brown bread t la tbo Tho Cotillion Club announce the ryoxt danoe ot the series at St Markssohoolhouse on Monday night They will make an effort to begin promptly at 8 oclock insteadof 9 as heretofore Announcement comes of tbo marriage of Miss Minnie Eowe of this city and Edward J Smith formerly of Omaha a time one of THE TRtBTTNJi staff Tho nuptials will take place on January 15 1801 Miss Jack who has been for tho last few weeks visiting with Mrs Hoyfc Sherman de parted for her Eastern homo on Thursday evening Mr and Mrs 0 F Lloyd and children will spend tbo holidays the family of Mr G Y Wallace Lloyd is a sister of Mrs Wallace and Mrs Lymanl SMU is well remembered as the beautiful Miss Balden who charmed all Salt Lako with hor grace and sweetness of manner a fow years ago Mr Lloyd Is also well known aa Lieut Lloyd of the 14th Infantry from which he re signed to enter business in Butte about eight yoars ago Mr and Mrs 0 F Oolton have gone East to spend the holidays with their daughter Clara who is at school in Philadelphia The Sophomore Club gave a pleasant party at tho University last nlglito Mr and Mrs Alexander Mitchell were ex pected in tho city from Chicago last evening HOLIDAY 3JOOKS One of tho handsomest books the holidays have tempted Westward is a portfolio of American water colors You aro tempted to open its cover from tho picture ou the outside vi Standing on tho sanded shore with the big lappinR up much higher than his curly head a wee tot in abunchy cream colored frock and big broadbrimmed hah has stationed himself with his face turned ocoanward taking in tho sight It is ono of Florence Sunters ana she has called it The Truant on tho There is a new book the poems by Lewis Moriis and tho illustrations by Alice Havers and Joscomb Hood There aro twentyfour bits of Vers 3e Sociot6 by various pleasing fancy for my ladys boudoir Tho book which Avmild be pronounced by most lovers of art and fiction as tbo finest thing in the whole collection is a portfolio of Dickonss characters by Frederick Barnard It is a book1 of etchings tho finest being that ol Sydney Carton mounting the guillo Hat in hand and with the long hair toss ing about his pale forehead he takes a last upward look The great sad eyes are filled with a light of holy so lie goes to death who was only good enough to die for thoso ho Down below the scaffold steps the rabble have gathered wlldoyed and fierce and in the foreground her face bent over her knit ting is Madame Defarge adding another uaroe to tbebloody list For tlie littlo ones tbero ate Babes of tho illustrated by Maud Humphrey You a by the Maoks Old Father by Harriett Bcunetu and pictured by Laura C Wore is Babys by Fanny C Fox containing blank pagesifor a record of the tooth the first the first word the first birthday and a dozen other first things that are so inexpressibly wonderful and all through by the side of the blank records aie pictures that would inspire a closefisted boAdheadetf millionaire specu lator to write apoemou Old Shoe or any other kindred subject PARTY Wednesday the 17thwas the eighteenth one of tb haddsome young His mother concluded she would give liim a surprise and about forty of his young friends were invited by Mrs Eg bert Roberts to celebrate the eventful Their host was Mr Albert but lie wasblissfully1 unconscious of the fact and remained so until he pushed for ward in dazed donfnf Ion among tlie laughing crowd of young people who him many happy He recovered him self sufficiently however to lead ol the prettiestgirl for a first dance and quito agrees in tho opinion that a surprise party is tha best kind going Among the young ladies who conspired In the assault wore Miss Clara Bailey who wore a simple gown if white wool Miss Helen Shearman Avhitestriped tulle mado over lavoudorsurali Miss Georgia McKimrains dark green wool gown Miss Mamie Roundy white silk Miss Mary Murphy black silk trimmed in bliioknud vollow hroomlo Lucilo Jennings crimson silk Mamie Eldrcdpo crimson silk Miss Jennings white silk Miss Suilla Tienuin silk and lice Florence Round y red silk Miss Grace Stanchliold wbito muslin with pink sash Miss Hiich lightfigured cnalhe MiKsKomiiinoSloutt brown silk Miss Helun Knouse gray trimmed in steel Miss Anna Murphy bhick crepo Miss Lucine Hogc brown silk trimmed m a brocade Miss Low plaid skirt and velvet waist Miss Bertha Cartel AVOO trimmed In velvet The young gentlemen were Messrs Smedlcy Kneesc Reuse Trumbo Lyon Stevenson Moss Slmrkey Cuiiie Dcilil Murphy Smith CarJ Taylor and llariy IJiiilov andGrocshcck Among tho chaporones were Mrs Bolivar KOID orts Mrs Gmin Mrs Webster Miss Lton Mrs Kelden and Mrs LOAVO For skill in pinning the donkeys tail tho first prize a handsome feather fan was won byMiss Graco Stanch Held booby prize Miss Shearman First gentlemans prize hand sorno paper knife Will Smedley booby prize Mowanl Trumbo The only Complexion PoAvdcr in the world that is without viilgnrity without injury to tlio user uncl wLthoiit doubtabeatiiifior is lieclfcal at IT all The first musical recital of tno year was given at Rowland Hail on Friday evening Tho entertainment was held in cho school which Avas appropriately decorated Oh risom as greens and presented a very attractive Nearly 200 of tho parents ami friends of the pupils were1 pres ent and listened to a programme ro Jl acted creafc ciiedlfc on LIlss Watson tho has the music in charge The two chorus numbers sung by the young children deserve especial mention showing excellent training in ex pression and pronuuciafcion Tho Kose song by the children Avas a novel the children throwing their bouquets of roses in tothe audience at its close Tho Instrumental numbers showed care and precision In their execution The vocal numbers by Miss Jennings and Miss Koundy provedvery acceptable both these young singers showing voices of great promise The violin mimbors by Miss Whitall and Mlsa Putnam were very pleasing The fol lowing programme was rendered PAttT I 1 Piano Glior der Weber Abcnducd UiMiiluntes Minuet Bocehenm Misses Mabel Buckle Bijulah Tomkins and Mubel Paine 3 Vocal From the Opera Mirolla Like as a Father 3 Yiolin Nancy fjoniaiiPutnam J Vocal Miss Mary Roundy 5 Pinno Soln Allegro from Sonata 60 Almi Flu Gounod Roineck Gilbert Adams Roccklo Mozart Sohanvouka Iu Vocal Goodhy ye Flowers Abt Misses Geneva Minings and Mary Ron nay 3 Child runs Where do All the Daisies Go 6 j Roses 3 Vioiin Ernst Danela Miss Lucy WhitiUK 4 Vocal Venetian BoaCSpnp Tosti M iss G Je lin i n gs 5 Piano Miucih Chopin ii Allestro from Sixth Symphony Moxart Tiirkisher Mianshc Jieethoven Misses Carrie Humplicies laiiu and Jossio Tho Only Thing Now Usiitl by Faslilon ii bio Women To porpetuato a bbautiful complexion Is Wisdoms famous Kobertino which Is as harmless as the mornins as subtile in its action as the m ogles wanrl and as invis tho bloom and delicacy It gives to the as tho air we breathe Read tho testimonials from famous artists celebrated chemists and eminent physicians SACJKED ITJEAKT A CADJSMY Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Cross is a boarding aud day school de votiecl to the education rf young ladies and little pirls In addition to a thorough practical English course and Latin classes in bookkeeepiiig typewriting and shorthand are conducted after the latest approved Frenchand Gerjnan are optional studios Besides the elements of which arq taught in all the classes private pupils in tho studioreceive instruction in crayon pastel painting in oll and water colors on china silk satinand velvet Tn tho mu sical department lessons are given in vocal music and on piano organ harp guitar violin mandolin and zither Special classes in art music fancy work have been formed Ladles residing Ju the For further particulars apply to Sister Superior Ogden Utah To Soften tlve SkJn Ladies whose skinJis subject to roughness when exposed to tlie air may remedy tho difficulty by applying Wisdoms Violet Cream It restores the natural action of the skin and induces softness and elasticity Dyspepsia nightmare of mans existence vrhich makes food a mockery and banishes sleep from weary eyes rcadaly yields to tha po tent influence of Dr Henleys English Ban delion Tonic It tones up the digestive organs restores the appetite makes assimi lation of foodpossible and invigorates tho whole system Boston Art embroideries linens design ings stamping patterns m as Mrs F R Patterson Fine millinery at cost 47 IV F Ladies and Gents trimmed with Beaver and Otter collars and cuffs at Mobesys the furrier opposite post office i The Troy Steam Laundry bas no competi tion as to auillty of work TROT STIAJC LAUNDBT Telephone 193 142 Violet Croain Is the most exquisite preparation in the world forsoftening and the bands and face It is not only a substitute for but in every respect superior to glycerine cold cream vaseline and Ilka preparatioaB Neither V For Chapped Kamis Hoiigh mndSpre Skin Use Eureka better this climate No carbolic no cam phoiyvno Only druggists SALT tAXB A It Has Jnnipod Prom a Villaffo to a City Society CiiarLges Ono feels that Salt Lako is growing do cidedly metropolitan tbosodays We no longer meet a of our friends afc tho theater door nor liud ourselves sur rounded by acquaintances when wo roach onr seats Even at church we soo a dozen strangers with now and then only a familiar face dotted through the assemblage Tt used to be Arc you going to the Will you attend tho ballV bnt now it re quires a more specific indication to denote the placo of regalement Today we so to tho musicalo prepared to take in a reception or maybe a ball after wards Wo aro invited out to a luncheon and make haste to roach the club where an Interesting topic is to bo given A society bcllu is married at ono cod ot blie townand tho other sido1 aro in blissful ignorance of the fact until tho next morn ings papers announce it and then aro per haps nowiser as to tho persons designated when tho enthusiastic local describes them as a leading young man in business circles and a reigning Tno ladies of a sonthsido church give a largo dinner which is so well attended that tho stacks of pumpkin pies and the oven full of tinkeys dwindle downto crumbs and bones They feel they have entertained the city en masse but tho northside woman an nounces to her family in atone of surprise at breakfast nextmorningthat the ladies of the church gave a large dinner last n We livo alongside of our neighbors without tbo time to make their acquaint ance and we limitour calls to ono round during the year To stop for a gossip in the middle of the sidewalk on Main street is becoming a tiling of the dear and vanished ftis cltlfled to walk on with a bow and smile but some people are oldfashioned enough to look and longingly sideways us the crowd jostles them on We spend tho day less often with our friends for while wo love them quite as dearly we aro interested in a dozen things now whore it used to bo one Some of us do not take to tho now state of tilings quickly or comfortably and aro In tho habit when wosock ouu pillows and have the time and quiet to survey the prospect of growing wretchedly wideawake at the remembrance of some old old friend whom wo havo sadly neglected of We copy ono anothers gowns and wraps loss frequently than ctf yore We see so much that is handsome now that we make a garment for ourselves from a dozenwe have admired on the street Our manners savor less of those of onr dear friend Mrs and onr beloved Mrs G for no martor how prone we aro to tako on unconsciously tho littlo tricks of those who surround us wo meet so many people now that one counterbalances tbo affect of the other 3t is all so decided a change and In sucli a little while that we who are slow naturally havo not qulteudjustedourselves to it We feel when we suddenly run across whom wo lovo dearly but whom wo haven t suon for a month or two that some way we are both to blame and we start In with a lot of apologies Wo so enjoy tho halt hour with her after the apologies and pardons have exhausted themselves that wo resolve tovisit her the next day but at the end of n month we find the purpose still unCiiinilod Being something ofan old with adocMcd quiltings and tnckings and for a ciccle of acquaintances limited to a dozen dearest friends it comes upon mo with a the in dilVereuco and heartlessness of tho great busy world to go up and down AUIn street without single person know It used to be my abiding comforts thai If I were to die iivSalt Lake I should havo I was conceited enough to believe a largo That soothing sense of my greatness evaporating Wo dont have any more large fune streets arc too ccowded for one thing people are too busy for another and carriage hire is too elevsitodfoi a third Dying having lost a great portion of its attraction the next most grave and Impor tant occurrence has dwindled In Its signifi cance proportionately To got married now doesnt mean to DO talked about as tho bride for six solid rnoittlts People who know you simply as longer discuss the number of ruilles on your pink house gown Nobody outside of your dozen intimate friends knows that your bedroom Is furnished in bluo suityoue or that you and jVr husband are the most devoted couple on the You aro ruthlessly crowded out of your the bride of a week by some girl who has inst as elaborate a trousseau as as handsome a husband and twice as much money to cut a swell But having lost much taking it for granted you are an old fogy it is not without some gain It is possible to live three or even six months without hearing from some ono down atMIJl creek or Across the Jordan just what wore your sins of omission and com misslon on Mao 22nd of December in the our Lord 1800 The Indications arc that wo shall settle down largely into Chnrcl Tho Coninegationalists will know each other and the people who belong to our musi cale or charitable associations the Episcopalians and so on throughout the Tlio progressive hail the coming change with pleasure and we countrified grow used to it still searching out an old timer once in a while for a chat over what used to be and to drop a silent tear mayhap over Salt Lake as a village POXO POTAPSIB Kow to Succeed This is the great problem of life which few satisfactorily solve Some f nil becauseof poor majority fromdcticient of norve are nervous irresolute changeable wisily get the blues and tako the spirits down to keep the thus wasting money time opportu nity and nerve There the Nervine by tho great specialist Dr Miles to cure all nervous diseases us hendachc tho blues nervous prostration Sf Vitus dance fits atiil hysteria Trial bottles nnd fine book of tes timonials free at Roberts y 14 EAST THIRD SOUTH An teacbers are ap the public schools of Salt Lake City as well as lor arc iiOAV temporary certificiites will be beld at the Twelftli school building Mrs Grahams Cu c ber and Klder Flower Cream ere a soft smooth velvety skin givingto the skm freshness and clearness of youth Ladies vrho use it look many years younger It is not a cosmetic but a permanent beauti fier Price For sale in Salt Lake City by A C SMITH and other drugcists WHAT THE eOWIHS ONES KPW SOCIETY WOMEN MIT LEARN much vnhinblo information roRfirdinR Uio en re of tho complexion from their professional sisters for sire no women who take euro of their fnocs as professionals do ami none are so good judges of UK nml matxrials for prosorving tho skin To is beauty and beauty capital of thorn say A candid opinion from the famous A morion n icP ono of tno most eon jcifn lions women GO November Mr Wisdom Dear t bun no yon for tho dcliRhUul aud rofroshing you so sent me I havo nsod toilet jtropiiTsv tions of the most celebrated of London Paris biHronsilor your tluirsiiporior in point of purity nnd oxcollcnco Wishing you the success you Uscrvo 1 remain AUUOTT the mosteelebrntid beauty living who has opporlmiiiy of know ing whereof sho speaks presses hcjself as ANOLBSEA COTTAGK L Inly 2d J880 Messrs Wisdom Although it is very unusual for me to use any lotions or wnshcs still in answer to your I havo tried Wisdoms Violet Cream ami Rolwrtine The former 1 consider especially ofliuacious in cases of roughness of skin and 1 have used it every day for the lust fortnight I have found your Robertino an excellent prcpanition for re moving sunburn tan and of cold winds heat etc Plfcaso snnd me U once a dozen botilus each as 1 am leaving for Europe Satur dav week Yours fnitlWtilly LlLLliS An unsolicited tribute from the groat and beautiful emotional actress August 11 1SSS Your Robcrtine was so highly spoken of in San Francisco and a lady friend induced mo to try is vsry line and an excellent applica tion for whitening and the and hands Tho Very truly FANttY WAVKNPORT Tho eudorscmcnt of a drainatio artist cele brated on tvo continents 4th 1887 Dear I have tried your Robert H is J shall to recommend it te al 1 my lady friends HeHove mr yours truly IvHliiA Tho world renowned contralto approves of it What she says Firm AVTINTIK HOTEL April 7th 18S7 Dear Mr 1 havo tried your Robor and it sives me great pleasure to say that it is excellent for the complexion being one of the best articles of the kind I ever used Yonv siijciiuoly X TREBELLI A testimonial for its tnithfulnnss BALDWIN November S 1887 I consider your EobcrCiue for thu complexion the finest prepnrntion L have ever used It is perfectly and I am cure no ladys toilet is complete without it Yours respectfully 1 MAUD 13 GRANGER The fast rising yomijj star and one of the most popular and prominent women on llw American stace grows ftnthiisiaptio over it August 1889 Deac Mr Many thanks for tho box of Powder I havo used in for tbc stage alsoiothe street and lind it almost impossible to detect Tlie and Robortine Powder are acquisitions to any ladys toilet and a posi tive boon totjie people in tlio profession Yours truly MARGARET A compliment from artist wbo is averse to endorsing anything not par excellence September 4th 1887 I find your Robertino an excellent preparation foe complex ion and shall tako rent pleasure reconimendiuc it to all Yours truly ETHEL BRANDON The above are birti a lew of the many like testi monials which prominent people SiJfHcc tosay that those here given embrace the opinion of every latly has usod this delight ful ration court correfipondcnce from who may questionthe genuineness of the above testimonials and solicit it from others who may wish further information repardiiiK Wis doms Robortinc Robertine Powder and Violet Cream W M WISDOM CO Manufacturers lSTew York N Y Jlclvesson Robbins wholesale druggists agents 91Fulton st S ALT LAKE THEATER It B THREE MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY DEC 22 23 and 24 IMPORTANT DISTINGUISHED TRAGIC ACTOR Louis James and his excellent classic plays in the following MONDAY EVENG Dec V TUESDAY Dec 23rd Wednesday Evng Tile Marble i r Sale of seatsbegins Saturday December SOib Prices as usuaL Fint Box 1O78 hand Traiisonn Mouldincs Rustic Siding pon CaliiotitlaVand Cedar and i RedVoba variety o wiu it to A RKSOUTlOXGRASTrXG A KRAXCH1SB XX to tho ft real Salt Lake A Hot Springs Rail Wrty Company i lie it resolved bv tho City Council o Salt Lake Ciiy that t heGreat Salt Lako it Hoi Springs Knilway Company its successors nndas signs have the auihority and consent ol the to aud operate asingle fir st root railway as hereinafter speei tied in by dummy horsfl fleotruvor all the neeessary or convenient switches side t racks turnouts and tracks ou the following RIreels and of Lako City to witT A ir double commencing at the In tersection1of South Temple and East Temple strecls ami running thence mirth to tile intcrseo of Kast Temple and North Temple streets thence wostover aqueduct niong North Tem ple street to the intersection of tho same Third West street and tlio said grantees bind themselves nnd assigns to plank and keep pair over aqueduct bitween Kast and Third and way al low the same to bo injured or obstructed through the building or operation of said railway also a single track only beginning at tho of JJorth and TliirtlWest and run ning thence north ilong said Third West streot to Ninth North street thence northwesterly a Ion 5 Monroe street to ihenoth boundary lino of Hamilton street from Monroe street west Hamilton street or HIP extension thereof the snme mny be opened to westerly boundary M thn Also a double track beginning at the south boundarj1 line of Oak ofKolsoms addition at u poi opposite an ill ley between lot one 1 mid thirweighi ofblock ot said tuldiUon thence northerly across said Oak street and along the alleywaylast aforesaid nnd across street and the alleyway running through block sixteen of tion to Clevelandavenue thencenortherlyalong Cleveland tvemie and county road thirteen hundred and fee io a point westerly of said county road on the following conditions viz Such track or tracks to bo laid on such grades as are now or muy hereafter bo established by tha City Council In consideration of this franchise its successors ami assigns aforesaid arc hereby required to pnvo and thesimiu and tracks aud space of two feet on each side of tho same with the same as is used on the streetwhere such track is and thegrantee aforesaid shall place cars njion said railroad modern improvements for the convenience and comfort of passengers which shall be on ana every day both ways as public shall require at a rate of speed not ex ivoding twelve miles per hour and under such regulations as the City Council may from time to limo prescribe provided that the grantee afore said shnll comply with the directions of the City Council in the of said mil road and in any other matters connected with tho regula tion of tho same andHhat the track or tracks shnll be constructed inUho center of the streets unlesf1 otherwise by the City Council nud in such manner as nhall be approved by Street Supervisor tho track to be laid aud the road operaied so as to causa no unnecessary impediment to tho com mon and ordinary use of said streets for all purposes the courses ot said streets shall bo left free and unobstructed said truck to be laid on good Youudtition evon with the surface of the rondway goodtMid perma nent crossings shnll bo miiido grnnteo aforcsaiii at tho intersection the streets nnd ciscwhero tho namo shall bo nocosfiary ut the discretion tho City Council and under the directionand to tho acoopUmooof tho Street Supervisor and upon such portion of streets herein gran tolas are only gradad said grantee shall so gradesaid streets as to give trackage to vehicles to tho portion occupied by said and tracks con structed by said granteewherever streets shall bo paved be with the flat rail aud upon such strtsotf aro hut fonr rods wide tee shall coustrwct no moro than no switches unless authorized by the City Coun cil and the space between double tracks or twoen main fennik1or any switehes not ex ceed feet uulesK authorised by tho GILy Coujicil The price of shall not ten cents and no chnree shall bo excess thereof Said company shall pay into the Treasury a per capita tax ofone and 0110 quartor for each fare col lee txid1 Sue 2 That this JJnujcliiiio is errantodj tho term of twenty yours from the date ot the pas sage of this resolution and accepted on the fol lowing conditions if the grantee its successors and assigns shall fail to perform all the stipulations ot this lhc cil after sixty dnys notice and ou fjiiJurtj on tho part of said company to provide a rmaedy or make satisfactory iLrrangemtnts therefor may by a majority vote declnre the privjlegos herein granted forfeited and proceed to tako possession of hc roadbed and control thesaiaa as if this resolution had not passed That nothing in tnis so construed is to prevent Lake CJcy or ifcs au agents from sewering orlaying gas oir water mains or pipes altering jjepuirfng oc ia any mnnner of the streets men tioned herein othor stroots of city but al such improvtmeuts shall be madn with as little injury as practicable to said railway and the operating thereof Soc That in the of said railroad the grantee and its successors aiwl assigns shall at all times conform to such ordinances rules and regulations us have beea or mav bercaftcr be adopted by the City Council of said city in relation to street railxvaysor tramways in said city each violation thereof they shall bo liable to fine in a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars Sec 5 That the City Council shall lind it necessary or desirable to grant to Any other street nillwuy cow puny a f ran chiso over any of herein granted to secure Mich other company a connection with any important center or terminus the grantee herein shall nllow running arrangements overgrantees tracks to such other company on said grnntee have double tracks upon company making oquitablo payment for con structing maintaining and operating the por tion of said grantees tracks so usedk See i That Salt Lake City shall in no way ba liable or response for any accident or daraAge that may occur in the construction or operation of said raii way by reason of the default or miscon duct of said grantee its successors and assigns or their employees and tbc acceptance ol this grant shall be doomed in onthe part of said grantee for itself nnd successors and as signs to Save thc said city bArmlew from and against all liabilities loss costs expenses and damage of any nature arising out of any such default or misconduct or whkshmav accrue by reason of any accident or injury which may occur in or by reason 1 II HI I v j or operation ot said railway and to indemnify and repay said city for any loss cosjs expense or damage of any kind sustain by reason of any such default misconduct accident or injury shall be recovered against said city thi recovery thereof and tbo judgmenttherefor shall be final as between tfce said city and siid grantee audits successors ond assigns conclusive as to the liability of the latter to the former provided said giantjce has hadnotice of the depcndancy of the suit in which judgment is has opportunity to defend the Sec 7 That the City Council may order A chinneot motive power from the steam dummy to the electric cable or any other system evThi thi judgment of the City Council public i erest demands a itshall be the dutv of the grantee herein to make such change within six months from the date of 8 That if granlv tbe terms and conditions herein con tnined be not accepted in writing by said grantee within thirty day after the et this resolution orif work shall not com nwnced within sixty days after or if work be oomptewd 6ix four miles ofthe streets and roads hereinbefore designated withiR six months after said acceptance then this grant and iranchise shajl become null and void And rizhts on that portion of streets heejn granted on which con structed and operated two such acceptance shall at at once be forfeited to the Passed December Approved GEO M Attest J F Recorder TEP TEBKJTOKT OF SALT A31KB1CA UTAH J 1 X liiivo J ll j hand andaffixed   

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