S.M T Lake 1Ioi:.sk. Tlio addition to this hotel, over the Veranda in 1'iont, w ill bo all completed, t'unnslu'il mid ready for oooupunta to-night, mid ooiiipvi.M'.s twenty rooms, handsomely titled up. Tlio appoanuieo of tho hotel out.-ido is very much improved by tho addition, and it will give tho pioprio-tors, pioprio-tors, Messrs. Tilden and Lawrence, mora room for tlioir overcrowding guests. They run n good hotel itnd as a consequence havo a largo share of public travel besides their regular patrons. pat-rons. They have also twenty-two line rooms in course of construction which will bo ready by tho first of Juno, and for which tho furniture has been already al-ready received. This will givo (hem a hundred nnd five rooms, with capacity for a hundred and seventy-livo guests; and dining capacity for about threo hundred. Mr. Edward Kirwan, tho gentlemanly gentle-manly clerk, who makes it pleasant for tho patrons of tho house, is an adept at bis business, and left tho Cosmopolitan, Cosmo-politan, San Fraucisco, where ho was a huge favorite, for tho Salt Lake House. Of courso he has a specially warm corner for his San Franoiseo friends, while all find him over genial and accommodating.