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' 4 . .. - - , THE 8ALT LAKE TIM KS, SAT JRDAY EVENING, APKIL 12, 18 driven, pave with granito blocks as iu Boston and New York. Iu residence streets and for light teams make a genu-ine bottom. What's tho mat-ter with this suggestion? Elsie Chase. Oi:U STRKETS-- A Sl'liUESTIO.V. To tub Ekitor of The Timks: The streets of Salt Lako City arc, I under-stand, 128 feet wide from wall to wall. The sidewalks aro 14 feet each, the street 100 feet. Washington street, Bos-ton, for a mile along its busiest portion is not more than 85 feet between the curbs, aud tho sidewalks are not more than 8 feet, iu places much less. There is more travel and traflie on that street in ono day than there is ou Main street hero in a mouth. Suppose now, that iu this city all tele-graph and other wire poles should be put into tho middle of tho streets, as mauy are already. Then suppose that 83 feet in tho middlo of the street be curbed between street junctions and, in business streets Jonly, covered with solid asphalt and reserved for electric street cars and bicycles. Next, suppose that on residence streets the center be partially parked and lined with shade trees, still accommodating street cars and bicycles. Such a division would leave 83 feet on either side for carriages and teams. In the business parts of the city aud where heavy teams arc i Is a great deal of fraud practiced in the laying of wood pavements. ' Before any extensive paving is done in Salt Lako a committee of tho city council and the board of public works, when it is appointed, should investigate tho whole matter thoroughly by taking a trip of inspection to Omaha, Kansas City and Chicago. j ABOUT PAVBMKNN.S. Commercial street will be the pioneer ,Ju paving. The choice of material will be decided this eveniug. In all proba-bility Utah nsphalt will bo selected. This choice, if mado, will be mado for the purpose of giving a homo product a fair trial. This is eminently proper. Tho experiment is well worth trying. If Utah asphalt proves a success for street paving, it will be a great thing for this territory, as there is an inexhaustible supply hero. An eastern expert, who was recently in Salt Lake, examined specimens of Utah asphalt, and took them east with him. He declared that our asphalt is of a lirst-clas- s quality, aud equal in every respect to that of tho isle of Trinidad, which is used by the Barber paving company. All that is needed to make a good pave-ment of Utah asphalt is to properly prepare it, and this can be done by experienced men who have been employed in such work by tho Barber company. In case asphalt is put down ou Commercial street and it proves satisfactory, it is safe to say that it will be used very extensively in pav-ing our broad and beautiful streets, especially in tho residence portion of the city. Stone aud brick will also be used, but we dou't believe any wood pavement will lie put down. We have plenty of stone, and we believe that tho proper kind of paving brick can be man-ufactured here. Tho principal recommendation of stono is its durabil-ity, but it makes a very noisy pave-ment. Brick is durable and is as smooth snd noiseless and a.s clean as asphalt. Wood vapidly decays aud as a rule there SALT LAKE EVENING TIMES. TflE TIMES FCBLISH1NG COMPANY T. A. Davis, Pres't. W. B. Gibbs. Manager AXKKKD 8QHBWBOW, Editor. Subscription to the Daily Times. 12 months s.oo (t .. a " 3.01) 1 75 (Always In advance.) Thb Timjss' Telephone numbor is 481. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 18W. New lines of spring neckwear just opened.' Babt-Marsha- Meh. Co, V 142 Maie street. Wo Vou Want to Make Money? An active young man from Colorado camo to the city a few v eeks ago ana purchased 32 lots in a most promising suburb, and by taking so mauy, of course, procured them at a low casn price. In a short time he hud sold them all out to people here in the city at mi average proKt of 150 per cent.- - Who he is and how he managed so well will be explained to you by calling at 2.4 Main street, Greene's oftiee this week. If vou have but a small amount ot capital and desire a safe speculation we will make you a special confidential offer on a group of 10 fine lots for tlio next 3 days. Enquire at 274 Mam St. WEBB k PALMER, Real Estate. 10 acres on 2nd West. 3x10, Otb.Sast, 2nd South. 5 acres on . . 2nd West. 8x10 cor :ir !c5&,Plat"D." Andrew White Co. This firm has demonstrated its ability hunt down nearly all the good things in the market, and their sales have been mainly to lirst class investors in real estate. This in a word covers the whole question that interests purchasers of Salt Lake realtv. Their office at 48 West Second South street, nearly op-posite tho CuUeu hotel, is not a bad place to visit to get posted on values and matters of interest concerning tho ffrowth of Salt Lake City. f i TT i Ln'lJ - TH Keep Your Eye on TUTIMP The Salt Lake Daily Timi IB NOW AN 8-Pa- ge Paper. THE TIMES PUBLISHES THE ASSOCIH PRESS DESPATCHES & ALL THE LATES City and Territorial News. ' i' ' THE TIMES is printed from S ereotype Pk on a Gos Perfecting Press, costing $10,000, and capable of turning out 10,000 copies of an 8-pa- ge Paper per hour. Mlcoln Park. is not waiting for street cars. Splendid train service now. C, E. Wastland, 201 Main St. Removed. Sears & Co., the real estate men and ticket brokers, have removed from No. 245 South Main to 207 South Main. Attention Gent. If walking with your ladies friends you must smoke the 'Progress. - Julius Gauek, ' Manufacturer. Ileal estate men, como in and see our new and handsome desks. Barratt Bros., 160 Main street. The Troy Steam laundry. Telephone 192, 142 Main street. Railroad Tickets Bought, Sold And exchanged by J. K. Gillespie, mem-ber of the American Ticket Brokers' As-sociation No. 240 Main street. New patterns in silk and silk mixed negligee Blurts. Bart-Maushal- l Mek. Co., . y 142 Main st. Keluoved, . . McAllister Bros, have removed from the basement under the Harvy Neff Abstract company to 207 South Main.- - Ogden Creamery Butter. Better than Elgin. '' Received fresh every day. Rogers & Co., The Leading Grocers. 45 E. First South St. "Sight mid Hearing He Gove I'm." i)R. gl wTtibbits, v Oculist and Aurist, . ;, No. 16 East First South I. O. box 1020. Salt Lake City. For fresh poultry, fruits, flour ana feed, together with all first class grocer-ies, call at the place of W. E. D. Bar-net- t, 59 E. Third South street. Pembroke quick job printer. Dm. Whitney & Bucher's Dental parlors next to Cullen hotel. The Troy Steam laundry is justly fa-mous for its excellent work. Telephone 192, . 142 Main st. : Empire Steain laundry. 21 Commer-cial street. Telephone 04. If you want anything in tho furniture line, call on Barratt Bros., 106 Main street THE TIMES IS A METROPOLIS DAILY NEWSPAPER IN EVER! RESPECT. IT IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EX-CEPT SUNDAY, AT 4 O'CLOCK. THE TIMES is ttie Paper of t! People. It is opposed, to Monopoli and. Extortion, but its Policy shall be to treat every-body fairly. THE TIMES WILL ALWAYS ADVOCATED MATERIAL INTERESTS OF SALT LAB AND UTAH. IT IS BACKED BY CA-PITAL, RUN BY ENERGY, SAND-WICHED WITH BRAINS, AND IS A' SUCCESS FROM THE START. Take the Times for a Month on Trial Trip, and you will never wanl to be without it. It is a Sure Cure for the Blues. Our chamber sets are the fiuest ever seen in the city. Barratt Bros., 186 Main street. Barratt Bros. Our stock is complete in every line of furniture. 166 Main strcot. Barratt Bros. We desire our old and now customers to call and examine, our new goods just received. lilt! Main street, IXfclRAM & DON X ELLAS, Real Estate Agents, 11 W. 2nd Sontli Street. Headquarters for East Benon prop-erty. Look at our list: 125 acres in. .Plat C, at. . 9 600 per acre 20 " Block 5 600 10 " " 0 650 " 10 " " 15 (XX) " 15 " " 27 " 1000 " 27 " " 27 1000 10 " 28 " 1200 " 5 " " 15 " 700 Grand Opening At Ladies Bazaar of artistic needle-work, Wednesdav aud Thursday, April 16th, 17th. Scotl-Auerbac- h Block. Room 45, ' Physicians advise the Auheuser Buseh Lager Beer as a- - family tonic. Telephone 382. 5 lots in Inclewood, at 8475. 10x12 cor 5th S and 12th E, $0000. 10x10 4th S and 4th E, $18,000. 10x10 3d S and 10th E, $12,000. 330 feet by 330 fet near new hotel, east side at S400 per foot. Best buy in the city. 8x20 block 29, 1st South, 815,000. 37xl3 ft., Lot (i, Blk 55, P, A at $400 per foot, on 2nd South near 2nd East. A flue line of Lockets at Davidson. Union Pacific Lauds. Utah Real Estate and Investments. C. E. Wantland, agent, 201 S. Main street. Salt Lake City. We have $50,000 to loan on real estate. Fine brick land cheap. Call and see our acreage. We have snaps. Call and see lots in Nelson & Early's subdivision. The above property is sale bv Leyson fc McCuues. Get ouc of those line Opera Clocks at Davidson, Leysou & McCunes. W.H. White 4 (Jo. We also claim to be juslly "famous" for our excellent work. Empire Steam laundry, 21 Commercial street. - Keep Your Eye on 'Tl TIMES Happy Hour Dental Company. TffS.81 'wo '8(Ues w JKlPrX"3j?H gentlemen; Our , Prices 1000 per SfC yourin- - sSSS VffWVfTll" Cleaning and Atty&fvW- - whiten inir thu teeth, new cesss, $1; exami-nation and treat-nio-free of charge. Finest gold fillings J1.50 and up. Teeth extracted posi-tively without pain and danger by use of our new ansthetio compound aid free of charge on Wednesdays; come Silver or early. amalgam fillings, Jlj phos-phate and other fillings, tl. Full set of best teeth 85 and up, to material in base plate. Mrs. Buck and Miss Weaverlingof this 3oaipany especially solicit the patronage or ladies. Finest work; perfect satisfaction guar- anteed. Respectfully, Happy Hour Destai, Co. Office in Wasateh Block. A large assortment of Gold Beads at Davidson, Leyson & McCunes. . Lincoln Park .. Still leads. Look up its advantages be-fore buying lots in other additions. C. E. Wantxand, 201 Main Street. ,1 Vn1S!,Trpaf"Uli-,l?0,- f tte Crated men vJ gl9V68 Mer. Co. ... WSMainst. THE FIELD OF LABOR. Interesting Notes fathered in the Field of Salt Lake City. THE NINE HOTJE MOVEMENT. Scarcity of Building Material A Proposed Labor Exchange The Carpenter Likely to Get a Baise. J A Union Headquarters is otic of the near possibilities, which will embrace a "Labor Exchange,"' in its make-up- , and in fact all Imsiiiexs connected with labor wilt bo transacted at its ollice, as tho idea is to have the place open at all times. This is a uew feature for Salt Lake,' and no doubt it will be highly appreciated by employer as well as employee. The Cai pouters 'Vniou, it is under-stood, now claims something over 200 members within its ranks. ft A majority of the contractors of the city are fully prepared to grant the re-quest of the carpenters for $3.50 per day of nine hours after May 1st. A meeting of the builders and their journeymen carpenters is called for on the 22nd of April, to settle all misun-derstaudin-regarding tho demand of the carpenters for an advauco on May 1st in this city. Some contractors who have the true ( progressive spirit are now working their carpenters but nine hours per day, and do not wait for tho first of May to come; and others are paying advanced wages aswell. Tho scarcity of buildiug material keeps mauy meu out of employment, and help is coming into the city a littlo faster than it can be utilized in conse-quence ' ; At the open meeting of the carpenters on April 10th, the demand for May 1st will be fully discussed by competent speakers. The street car drivers are talking se-riously of forming a union at no dis-tant day. Nearly every branch of trade now has its' uuion in tho city, the hod carriers having organized lately, taking in all classes of common labor." The Times today invites comparison ilh any evening paper in the west. The Times "is getting there" Ex-cuse the slangy but somewhat pointed expression iu this connection. P. S. Keep your eye on The Times. Judicious advertising pays. That's what the shrewd business men of Salt Lake think. Hence they patronize The Times, and thus talk directly to the ' public. CURRENT WJT. I'li'ked Vp Here and There for the Times' fteaclem, Circuit court hugging. Dry rot-T- he toper's estimate of prohibition eloquence. A spoiled ibllu-T- he one that played with a lighted lump. 'How do you llko your beau, Jennie?" "Ho's a fellow alter my own heart." Put two doors side by side and tho small boy will go through the one that squeaks. We nay mouse, and we say mice . Now, why Isn't the plural of spouse spice 1 Why are rats better than tomatoes! Because tomatoes make only catsup, while rats make a He We swells rarry watches In our canes. The glrls-Th- at's nothing, we girls have clocks In our stockings. The man who threatens to commit suicide when he Is in low spirits is a sare enough ven-ture for a life Insurance company. When a man Is fortunate In business he at-tributes the fact to his ability. When ho is un-fortunate be bewails bis bad luck. Why Is a beehive like a rotten potato? A bee-hive Is a and a beholder Is a opera-tor, consequently, spectator is a rotton potato. City Girl (pointing to the starry sky) ' That cluster of stars is the dipper." Country Cousin "Is that sor Which cluster is the pail. "X seem very popular with your father's dog," said Herbert to Mabel. "Indeed" "Yes; tho last time I tried to take my leave he did his best to detain me." Proprietor (Brmlyj "Your account, Mr. Weeks, has now been running for six mouths." Weeks (blandly) "Well, suppose we let It rest for a year or two !" Popinjay (passing store) "Oood gracious! What Is the matter with that man leaning over the counter In there J" Blobson "Oot a coun- - torfelt, I guess." A little boy who had to rock the cradle for his buby sister astonished his mother thus : "Mam-ma, If the Lord has any more babies to give away, don't you take 'em." Western Man "Now, ' candidly, sir, what kind ot a country Is New EnRlaudl" Boston man (enthusiastically) "It's (lod's own coun-try, but (sadly) the devil's own climate." Tom "Jack, old boy, 1 hear you ure getting to be quite a Hon in society!:" Jack (whose Rock Island stock Is somewhat of!) "Yes, Tom; but I'm nothing but a lamb In Wall street after all." Jack (leaving the lodge with Jem) "Does your wife wait tip for you when you are out late, Jem?" Jem (with a melancholy trtiake of his head) "She does, Jack, she does, I'm sorry to say." Millionaire's daughter (entering photograph gallery and posing gracefully) "Will you take me, sir, just as I anil" Photographer (who can hardly make both ends meet) "I'll be glad to without one plea," A notice to spoon collectors. A lad of forty summers Wooed a maid of thirty Juues, And the stars looked down at one A. M. On the latest thing In spoons. The Rev. Mr. Slim "You must remember, my young friend, ' that the soul is the body's guest,'" Youug friend (looking him over) "Well. It must sometimes malie very Impolite' refllctlous ou the accommodations." Kuaggs "You say that Twlrler gets three thousand dollars a year as a baseball' player"' Buggs "Yes." Hnaggs "WpII, what does ho do all winter?" Buggs "Keeps himself in practice by pitching into his wife." Tramp Madam, have you auytliing for mo this morning Housewife We've a little something in the barrel, but I'm afraid It's h heavy as lead. Tramp (smiling) I tulnk 1 can digest It, uiadam. Where is tbe barret? Housewife Hitched to tho gun, . . "This House Kor Sail I" the placard read, And erethcro was a bid, A Kansas cyclone struck the place- - And, suro enough, it did. Tiikre is no such thing as a perfect newspaper. But Tire Salt Lake Times proposes to become as nearly perfect as possible All wo want is a little time. The readers of this paper can expect a better issue each day. Tnu carpenters of this city have de-manded $3.50 per day of nine hours, und have very properly given the con-tractors ample time to consider tho mutter. In all probability it will be complied with, as the demand is not at ell unreasonable, when the high rents end cost of living are taken into con-sideration. A SPECIAL ANXOINCKMKKT. At this timo of tho year, when every-one is preparing for painting their homes, tho question is, wiieke can you got your paints the cheapest. Culmer Bros, are in a position to supply the de-Another large edition of TnE mands at the lowest prioes in the city. Times has been issued today in order to give a frco distribution in portions of the city not covered by our issue of last Saturday. We hope that all persons, who nro not subscribers and who re-ceive this issue gratuitously, will care-fully examine tho paper, and if satisfied that it is worthy of support as one of Bait Lake's public and enterprising in-- , gtitutions, then to send in their sub-scriptions either through the mail or through our canvassers. During the coming week The Times' canvassers "will call on you. UlfcSTlONS AND ANSWERS. Valuable Information and Advlc-- tiralu-Itoiml- y Given by "The Times." This department of Tub Times will answer - all questions in Saturday's paper that arc written on "one side of the paper only" and are sent in before Thursday night. Address "Query De-partment, The Times ollice." Mamie W. Butter was not in-vented, it was discovered. In oldeu times water and other liquids was carried iu sacks made from the skins of animals. A caravan cross-ing the great desert of Sahara had ono camel laden with sacks of milk. Tho motion of the animal churned the fluid and butter resulted. For a time the churning was done by loading an ani-mal with milk and chasing it around the back lot with a club. Finally, in the year 2004 11. C, a Grecian philoso-pher invented a churn. No, oleomar-garine is not butter. No one knows what it is. Joker, Juab, Utah The invention of cards is shrouded in mystery. Some authorities claim that the court jester of Charles I. was the man who lirst in-troduced the game, but this statement is denied by Chinese authorities, who claim that cards date back from the days of Coiifucious. This is probably incorrect, as the characters represented in the deck or pack are more modern. As to the cost of learning to play poker, it depends upon your adaptability and the amount of money you have. Tho writer has expended about $0,000 in learning the lifty-con- t limit game. Joo Jefferson, Salt Lake No, St. Patrick was not a German, and your authority is wrong. Harry We cannot advise you to be-come a pugilist. From what you say regarding your ability in putting up dumb bells, etc., you would be a greater success as a blacksmith. Judging from your description of yourself, you would probably last about as long as a snow-ball in hades before Jack Dempsey. Jenny Quit writing poetry, or rather attempts at poetry. You are not fitted for the task. Poets are born, not made, or, as we used to say in Rome, "Poota nascitur mm tit," and you were evi-dently not born. For instance this stanza: . The breeze did blow, Tbe huh did shine, ' When yon did hold My htuid in tbine, And we did walk rpon the brine. The bells will ilu( Tomorrow. While it is. rhythmic, it is nut exactly poetry. The sentiment is all right, but if you had writ-ten: "The cool breeze kissed Bur checks as hand in hand we walk tho beach in the glorious sunshine on the day previous to the Sabbuth which will witness our nuptials at 12 o'clock sharp tomorrow nt the M, K. church,'' it would have sounded much better and more business like. Again this piece of vctue: . do where you will, On plain or hill. And with you I'll be. Hear George, I love thee. This may suit George all right, but old man Tennyson and the Boston admirers of Browning would doubtless give you the merry guffaw. You had better take a course in sewing. Bald Head--- good preparation for thickening the hair is a preparation mado of New Orleaus molasses, gum arabio and glycerine, equal parts of each. This will make the hair very thick. Luella H is very probable that your parents will object to your weddiug the coachman, but if ho is a good, honest fellow take him. Marrying the coachman is fashionable just at present. Toe dust nuisance still continues.aud tho people are becoming impatient at tho tardy action of tho couucil in this matter. Tho former council had n good excuse for not sprinkling the streets last season. There was a scarcity of water, but this spring there are mil-lions and millions of gallons going to waste every day. Tax-payer- s and busi-ness men have a right to expect that the couucil will act promptly iu such im-portant matters as the abatement of pitch a disagreeable uuisauco as the dust, which is injurious to health, ruin-ous to clothes and household furniture, and damaging to slocks of goods. One of tho lungs of a consumptive was recently removed, the rcmarkablo operation being performed by skillful tsurgcous before the medical and sur-gical cougress in Berlin. Tho patient , is doing well, and it is said will com-pletely recover. The congress now de-clares that consumption is curable. Wheu such an emincut body makes buch a declaration thnro must be some-thin- g in it. If ti radical euro for this dread disease has really been found, it in one of tho greatest discoveries of tho Hge, and will carry joy to many a suffer-ing victim, who will takn advantage of tho relief that will bo afforded by the urgeon's knife Identified, (With apologies to Mr. Aldrlclt.) ' Out in the desolate, wind-swep- t space in Twilight, Land, la Land, Two shivering shapes met face to face, And bade each other stand. "And who ure you?" cried one agape. Whereto Th other, "When In flesh and blood My name was Dennis. Who and what are you?" "Alas! my name in Mudd!" Illustrated Americau. Lookout for Garden City. E. J. Caldwell and Arthur P. Ferl have purchased all of plat P. Garden City addition to Salt Lake City. Mr. Ferl has gone east to dispose of the most of this addition. Parties buying in this addition at once are suro of' 100 per cent, in tho next four months. Transportation to this addition every twenty minutes. Fare 15 cts. round trip. $50 per lot, easv payments, tiino one and two years. We afso have to loan on improved city pro-perty and improved farms of Utah. Cala well & Ferl, Boom 3 and 5 Utah Commercial Bank Building. Kt. Joys of Spring. Chicago Herald. Again the bock beer lithographs Portray the Jolly god who quaffs His nut brown brew and loudly laughs To note the winter's fled. The glad foam will our caves destroy, It swells our happiness and Joy And when wo much of it employ It also swells our head. , The Ogden tStaudard goes out of its way to say that "of all contemptible, snarling antagonists of Ogden in the capital city, Thb Tuies has won the distinction of being the most petty iu its malevolence and the most st upend npus in its lying." Tho only thing upon vhich the Standard can base ilsttn-ralled-fo- r flinf, was an article intimating that tho people of Ogden were oyster caters, and that they ate the oysters and gave tho shells to Salt Lako, This is a very nat-ural thing for anyone to do, and the iutimatiou was certainly com-plimentary to the shrewd peoplo of Og-den. If wo had said that they ato tho ehclls and gavo tho oysters to Salt Lake, the Standard would havo somo good reason for its spiteful and untruthful criticism of Tub Times. Tito fact is that tho Standard doesn't want Tub Times to got any foothold in Ogden. This is a mistaken politiy for outside papers sometimes very materially assist a town. (ivoater Thau Titles. Pittsburg Dispatch : Bismarck had to take the dukedom of Lattenburg. but can still decliue to bear tho title. Such men as tho Iron Chan-cellor aud Gladstone have sense euough to know that tho names which they have made famous are greater than tho titles which monarclis manufacture for the beuetit of their favorites. 1'iobalB Matters. Iu the probate court yesterday the following estates were disposed of: Estate of W. S. Clays; petition for sale of personal property; order made for sales of personal property at private sale. Estate aud guardianship of Philander Butler ct nl., minors; bond of guardian-ship approved and order appointing ap-praisers approved. Estate and guardianship of Claude Benton and Katie K. Plant, minors; order made appointing appraisers. Estate of W. B. Hodgetts; continued to April 12th at 10 a.m. Estate of D. B. Lewis; continued to April 12th at 10 a. m. , Estate of Adam Sharp; order made fixing day for hearing petitions for order for administrator to exocute.a deed of conveyance. Guardianship of Alexander C. Pyper et al., minors; petition for allowance- for support and maintenance of minors on hearing; order mado making allow-ance. Estate of William Bailey; petition for order of sale of real estate, anil assent of all other heirs filed; order for sale of real estate made and time shortened to eight days. Estate of Elizabeth Larsen; two pe-titions for letters of administration; or-der mado nnnointiiic Alex.-indi- WiUnn administrator upon tiling a bond iu the sum of $400. Estate of Thomas Vincet; order made appointing lime and place to hear pe- tition for probate of will. Estate of John F. Miller; decree mado that due and legal notice to creditors had been given. TKIWONAt, PAKAtiUAl'IIS. Howard Carroll is writing a biogra-phy of tho late President Arthur. Tho princess of Wales takes a lively interest in hammered brass work. Tho king of Greece is tho best tennis player among tho royalties of Europe. Kobert Louis Stevenson and King Malietoa of Samoa have become quite friendly. The present king of Dahomey was educated iu Paris aud was supposed to havo been civilized. It is said that Bismnvk looks forward with pleasure to devoting himself hero-afte- r to his dog, his pipe and his beer. It is a curious coincidence' that the representative sons of Bismark and Gladstone should bear the name "Her-bert." Notice. The attention of architects and build- ers is hereby called to section 3 of chap- ter 19 of the city ordinances, which re-quires every person, corporation or association about to erect anv bnildine withiu tho city limits to notify the In-spector of Buildings before commencin? tho same. Office 424 West First South street A. M. Grakt, Inspector. A ttun Club Shoot. The Salt Lake Gun club had a shoot at Beck's Hot Springs yesterday after-noon. Out of a possible twenty singles Taysum aud Spencer lead with the fol-lowing total score: A. Taysum. Itt; J. hohuson. 14; E. B. Walker, 13; W. 8; H, Spencer, 11); W. Bradley,, M. B. Brown, 14; S. Browning, 18; J P. Henbrick, 18; F. X. Chrlaub, 14. Followiug is tho scoro on doubles: Taysum, 7; Johnson. !); Walker, 5; Tremayne, 3; Spencer, 7; Bradley, 4; Brown, ; Browuing, 8; Henbrick, 6; Uhrlaub, 8. By Subscription Only. R. L. Polk & Co. announce that their new fc.aU Lako city directory will be furnished by subscription only. Hence those who may wish the book should order ot the agent at the time he is tak-ing their names.