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I . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING-, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. 13
Hers Will Grind Six Days
I ::!;, sums
I 111 TEAMS
jf the Riders Are
lHn in Won; Record
. 16.Twelvo tC3tns of
h 'inclndlne most of the
ete sprinters of this coun
a the Antipodes, comprised
faced the tapo at the
ollseuro today for the start
gnnual six-day race. The j
t,n hours dally.
tt, Australia, and Joseph
fmt Lake, and N. M.
ffij Russia, and Joseph
ind W. Palmer. Australia.
Sand Walter DeMara.
land, San Jose, and James
li Italy, and Saxon Wll
Ssett. Buffalo, and Fred
knd Edward Rupprccht,
:nus Bfdell, New York,
ten, Davenport, and Pat
i, Lynn, and Edward Root,
pistol was fired nt 12:15
followlns men shot around
nderfon. Vanonl, Collins,
oncvltch, Mitten. McFar
t Palmer, DeMara. Clarke.
Kay, the last named being
ter from New York.
iour the racers covered 24
ilabllshlng a. record for the
luff In a race of this kind,
earns were tied at tho end
n hours of racing tonight,
id a laps. TonlKlit during
Bedell and X. M. Ander
10 grand stand, the former
toi collar bone, which ne
retlrement of the Bedell
from the race,
ew sprints during the first
'cgler contributing most of
h tonight Fogler came in
followed by Ilolllster and
Nov. 16. Tho first accident
tU'e reason occurred In the
day, when three horses fell,
7 to their riders. When
Ishths of a mllo from the
a Kennedy, the favorite.
MI. throwing C. Ross, with
Van Duscn. on St Avon,
olir.es, on Fancy, wore dl
and they were unable to
me to avoid falling. Ross
ieht concussion of the bruin
ed collar bone. Van Dusen
cut on the leg. and Holmes
well handled by Upton.
m victory over Cadlchon
ad In the feature race,
five and one-half furlongs.
rod. 107 (C. Ross). 7 to 5.
It. 107 (Walsh). 9 to 5, eeo
Shland. 109 (Powers), fl to
1:05. Hurry Stanhope, Or
y White. Smiling Jack, Ca
. Jim Hanna, Aliness and
n finished as named.
. six furlongs, selling Billy
.rchlbalri). io to 1. won:
H. 103 (Walsh). 7 to 1. sec
m. 102 (King). 30 to 1.
MS 2-5. Cnptuln Kennedy.
! Fancy fell at the three
one mile and seventy vards.
tl Bronsten. 114 (Klrsch
jvon; Merrill. 114 (Kcogh).
J.Jiy Pal. 1H (Walsh). 11
Time. 1M(! 2-5. Midmont.
olrou, Warden Yell. Elcva
k Dress finished as named,
one and one-sixteenth
Astronomer. K'O (Upton). 9
Mlchon. 97 (Kir.ochbnurn). 9
IJeuuehlnnd. 109 (Powers),
Time, i: 4-5. Only three
?v?,5nA,a half furlongs, soll
.110 (Walsh). 11 to 75. won;
WrchlboM). 9 to 1. accond;
9 .l0 5- tnlrd- Time.
nt, Ornalo. Warden. Mica
,me Thatcher finished as
M?p,,n!iP nnd L evenly yards, scll-
MiS ?rn 1U Klt'S- to
Jordan. 114 (W. Miller),
a Tl"16. 1: 2-5. Sir Brlllnr.
d nnd Charle" Pa,nc
irtcs for Houston.
Tribune. " ,
at Houston are as fol
VClB!iihs. of 11 m"p. Purse
:S: Clntllle. 98: Lomond.
112; Maria. 98; Injury.
!. three-quarters of a mile.
? o,.2b:. Utl, George, 105;
! Quarter, 109; Doc Allen.
10?: Dirk Rose, 100;
"I ."ehty. 103.
( fscn-elgluiis of a mile.
Vhn,lni Premium, 122;
.Wlc. io.',; Cocltsurc, 10S;
J. Cooney K., 109; Kalr
&lf.8. Y.-uhlo. 10S: Sum
KEJy'i&3! Anna Domi
'frfiuarrl, 103; Watuga, 93;
'Voi" ng,,u,B ot 11 ""He. tw-11-it
er u.?SOr0f tllP nancho.
5 Wi. nubiola. 107: Of,
Donn'. fl!nBSnfflce, 101:
"&uk.Aff"' 1015 Asso-M'cBrM;.8cV);ns--Lonl
J 104: Walter Mc-
104; Dick Rocld. 104.
hiui hit? ,n l,no pfir f"
lodrt." ,nvlt;cl b' tho
iBS,1fnthu& L Bothering of
latlon Lnif h,18 ,BUJ' l thu
Ik,0 better "pil?l,ly Whllc
iBj8 tht c""t P cd man In tho
rttftls fiulllv;r0uncl )05;1"5 con
K ,ove SJ Thnnksglvlng
fci. ro until V,lod. Sullivan
El", a win1 r,n' of th.-- tiKht
& HM&Ws,8ht- v'M "nil
rJ1 wnBMfilL !no, 8late. Given
with 4., ? hHH mo"' than
BALLOON AMERICA IS
Aerial Contest Across Continent
Js Proving a Big Failure
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16. Al4:30 this
afternoon tho racing balloon "United
States", which ascended from Chutes park
at 12:30 today, was reported two miles
west of Covlna, about thirty miles cast
of this city, arid slowly approaching that
place, while thc "American", which left
yesterday, is out jf the race, having land
ed before daylight this morning nbout a
mile from thc Pacific ocean near Her
mosa. The "United States" has been re
ported as being seen at varying altitudes
since leaving this city, at times being
three-quarters of a mile above thc ground,
and at others so close- that the trail ropes
almost touched the earth.
Tho "United States", after ascending at
noon, traveled slowly In a southwesterly
direction toward the point whero the
"American" had landed twelve hours bo
fore. Before an hour had passed, how
ever, thc direction of tho flight changed,
and tho balloon sailed majestically over
the city, toward tho northeast. A littlo
whllo later It again turned toward thc
southwest and after hovering over tho
city for a short time floated eastward and
soon disappeared from view.
Tho racing balloon "United States" was
sighted at Squirrel Inn on top of tho San
Bernardino rango at :45. It crossed thc
ridge at a point fiOOO feet abovo sen level.
It (was making good time In a northwest
I VARSITY FOOTBALL 1
Coach Walker of tho Logan "Aggies"
sends word that ho Is willing to play
the game which ho asked for on Novem
ber 21 with thc university, but says that
on account of the fact that four of his
stars are on the hospital list as a result
of Injuries received In tho game with
St. Vincent's last Saturday, he would
rather have the game called off. Mad
dock does not wish to force the Aggies
Into a game under such circumstances,
and has accordingly sent word to that
effect to Walker. This means that tho
two teams will not meet this year.
Nono of the "U" men Is feeling' any
serious effects of last Saturday's great
struggle, other than the usual stiffness
after a hard game. D. Richardson Is thc
principal sufferer In this connection. Tho
men will, however, be In tho best of shape
for Thanksgiving. On that (Into thoy play
the University of Idaho on Cumnilngs
SMITH TRYING TO MATCH
THOMPSON AND SULLIVAN
Manager Joe Smith of the Murray Ath
letic club Is trying to secure "Cyclone"
Thompson for a twenty-round boxing con
test with Pete Sullivan. Thompson has
been wired terms, and If he accepts, those
two men will come together for the third
time. Each has a victory to his credit,
although Sullivan wai slfk when ho fought
Thompson thc last time In Ogden. Sul
livan has been anxious to get nt Thomp
son ever since and Is confident that ho
can win. If tho two men are matched the
fight fans will be assured of seeing a
first class bout, as both men are fiBhters.
Entries. for Emoryvillo.
Special to The "Trlbiinc. '
OAKLAND. Nov. 16. Following arc tho
entries for Tuesday's races at Emery-
Vll,e: . . XX ' 11
First race, three-quarters of a mile, sol ing
St. Francis. 112; Royal Ben. 112; Ll
Icrd. 112; Belle Kinney, 109: Gosslpper
II. 109: May L. N.. 109: Anna May. 109;
Frances Joseph. 105; Billy Bowlegs. 105;
Boas. 105; Dolllo Dollars. 104: Wap. 100.
Second race. oleVen-slxteenth6 of a mile,
purse Toll Box. 106; Mnuretanla. 103:
Salnvoke. 103; Ak Sar B"n, 103; Mabel
Fountain. 100; Coyote. 103; Scmpronium,
98; Strike Out. 95.
Third race, one mile, selling KamsacK,
113; Tnlamund, 113; Eckersall, 113; Kel
owna. 113; Plaeld. 109. Metlakatla. 109;
Colercs. 119: Little Minister. 109; Red
Era, 109; Royal Red, 109; Black Dress.
10Fourth race, elcven-slxtccnths of a mile,
Clay handicap Smiley Corbett. 117; Rustl
gouche. 110; Fitzherbcrt. 100; Rose Queen.
9S; Paporlta. 105. Jeanne D Arc. 102;
Sugar Maid. 100: Booger Rod. 9b; Burning
Bush. 97; Cloudllght. 97: r.otive Son, 92;
Littlo Jane. 61.
Fifth race, one mile, sclllnc Ld Ball.
109; Huapnla, 109: Knnnlt. 109; Phalanx.
107: Military Man. 107: Von Troinp. 10i;
Si. Avon. 107: Cannellna. 10i; Orchan.
10SIxth race, one mile and seventy yards,
purse Neva Lcc. 107; W. T. Overton, 105;
Import, 105; Woodcraft. 102.
Thursday night Of this week the senior
classes of the Y. M. C. A. assodutlOT.
will combine In a big "smokeless smoker
with tin evening of real fun. Physical
Director Hofl'er. In conjunction with tho
lenders' corps committee, has planned an
extensive programme of nn'cl;il events. In
cluding tho following: Calisthenics by the
ontire membership, a number of novelty
events, such hh "skin tho snake. blind
man's birf." obstacle relay rams, etc.
There will nlso bu several top-notch
wrestling bouts by members of the wrest
ling club, a fencing bout und some ad
vanced apparatus work by a picked squad.
The men will proceed to the swimming
nool. where a few moments will bo spent.
After this Ihev will convene In the gym
nasium for an Informal "Dutch lunch,
with hot frankfurters, rye bread, dill
pickles and other Kood things. There'
will also be music by members of the
quarteue. The event is to ho contlucd
to members of the class nnd their par
ticular chums and promises to bo a tine
feature of tho association's social work,
h It is planned to hold these events
once each month In the future.
Special to The Tribune.
ri vivUN'D Nov. 10. The California
Plecon club' will hold Its third annunl
ffl lon of fancy, utility and t ying
nlL'oiif In Oakland. Cal.. December 10 to
I3fe ndus"vo : The pigeon Industry on the
P-lcIfic const Is attracting much Interest
at meser t. and many persons are devot
h." their entire lime to, the business.
Ti.wr, ,L h Iver cups w 11 be awarded
oaTho est birds In the different vari
eties and anv person Is at liberty to . cpm
SVto also there will be cash Hnpclals.
Ph-ebns will bo exhibited from all soc
itons of the Pacific coast and the west.
Y. M. O. A. Basketball.
Ti,, Hint retrain r game which the Y. M.
C A team wn Play this year will be that
: iot iii. Y L ut l'rovo. scheduled
fjfr Decern Vii Tho firsl ami coud
tMni wl malte the trip, and It is a so
?rlp Par ill. BWlMim through Colorado.
Taut Bifco Elder.
plonnhlp befor- the npu f Uent. aioun.i
and noil arc doing nicely.
JAMES I SULLIVAN
Amateur Athletic Union De
clines to Recognize Carpen
NEW YORK. Nov. 1G. Tho . Amateur
Athletic union of tho United States,
which met hero today In annual conven
tion, declined to recognize the disquali
fication of J. C. Carpenter by tho Ama
teur Athletic association of Great Brit
ain, which occurred after tho Olympic
The union also declared that athletes
registered with the union shnll not be
allowed to compcto In International com
petitions unless tho management of the
events Is approved by tho Amateur Ath
letic union of America.
Tho report of James E. Sullivan on tho
Olympic games was rend.
After hearing tho report, the union
adopted a resolution giving Its hearty
approval and Indorsement to Mr. Sulli
van's actions and to those of tho Ameri
can Olympic committee fn thc matter of
tho withdrawal of Carpenter, Taylor and
Robblns from tho final heat of tho 400
James E. Sullivan was re-elected president.
DOG TEAM DEFEATS
FAST RACING HORSE
SEATTLE, Nov. 16. A special from
One of thc most Interesting races over
witnessed on Seward peninsula, and per
haps the most unique that has occurred
for yrars, was a race between a racehorse
and dog team hero Saturday, tho dog
team winning by fifty seconds In a tcn
Ben Freymer. on Jake Bcrger's marc
Dolly, noted In Alaslca for her speed,
raced with Coko Hill's dog team from
thl3 city to tho mouth of Dexter creek
and return, a distance of ten miles. Thc
trail was In good shape and good time
was made hy both horse and dogs. The
maro slipped whllo running on a little
hillside and lost somo ground.
Wltlvln three weeks another race will
be run, as a. consequence of dissatisfac
tion with the result, nnd enough money
was in sight today to make tho side bets
J10.000, which found ready takers.
SUMNER FOOTBALL TEAM
A large crowd of students and football
fans saw thc S.umner football team defeat
the Lafaycttcs on Cummlngs field Monday
afternoon, by a score of 11 to 0, for tho
city championship of 1908. Up to this
game neither team had lost a contest and
both teams took their positions on thc
gridiron a trifle nervous. When Conch
Maddock of the university blew the whis
tle for the game to start, the Sumners
waded In and completely rushed the La
faycttcs oft their feet, scoring two touch
downs in the first half. R. Slddowny car
ried the pigskin over the line for the
score3. while Woodruff kicked one goal In
two attempts. The work of Johnson, Robb
and Woolley was exceptionally fine.
Neither team could score In the last
hHlf. Tho Lafayette boys got down to
business In this half, but It was too late,
as they were held from scoring and thc
Sumners won. It was a pood same.
Tho winners were: L. Woolley and H.
Robb, ends; M. Slddoway and C, Johnson,
tackles; R. Boaidmnn and M. Strlngfel
ow. guards; W. Washington, center; R.
Slddoway. quarter; L. Rumph, R. Gard
ner and F. Woodruff, backs.
TALK OF NEXT YEAR
Those Interested In the Salt Lake and
Murray baseball team? held a meeting
Monday night and straightened up unfin
ished business und took up plans for next
season. Joe Smith will probably man
ago the Murray team again and Walter
D. Brai?. the Salt Lake bunch.
There has been some talk of organising
an Interstate league. Including Idaho and
Montana cities. For a time it was hoped
that Denver ami Pueblo would be dropped
from thc Western league, so that LUnh
and Colorado could got together, but noth
ing doing. Ah fur as Montana Is con
corned. that Is out of the question. If
last vcar Is taken as a criterion. Butto
played In the Northwest league, but could
not make It go after tho first hnlf of tho
season and will not bo represented the
The onlv solution in T tali is for Logan
or Provo to secure Sunday ball, and with
Salt Lake, Murray and Ogden. a nlco
Utah league can be promoted upon a pay
SALT LAKE INCREASES
ITS BANK CLEARINGS
LnBt inonlh financiers wore astonished
nt Kansas Cltv's bank clearings running
millions of dollars abovo those of San
Frunclsco and Pittsburg. Pittsburg has
not much ordinary commerce; Its manu
factures make Its wealth. Snn Francisco
has thc Pacific and Its many thousand
l jniic-s of coast for Its field; but she has
I no coal and io cannot manufacture much
of anything until she brings the water
power of the mountain streams Into town
by electric cables.
Kansas City cuts out St, Louis and
Chicago from tho livestock trade of lb.;
southwest and handles more agrlcu tural
mucblnerv than either of them, having a
larger tributary territory than any other
cltv. This is what brings her banklear
IiVkk up to $15,000,000 u week. Kansas
Cltv firms do legitimate business and
don't speculate in stocks nnd grain fu
tures, but reinvest at hom- as their busi
nesses grow, and thoreby keep them
BrjJait"ffLiiko City's clearings last week
we're SU.2S1.000. CG per cent Increase,
leading all other cities except New ork
which claims 72 per cent increase; but
much of this was due to enormous deal
liirs In stocks on Wall street. Our clear
ing, like Kansas City's, were duo to
recular buniness. Both arc among tho
first In starting the newly-opened era of
rosp'-rltv. but Salt Lake City has rela
tively" mo'rc to expect, ror tho resources of
her tributary territory arc loss developed.
t Is not as large; still, it takes in hun
dreds of miles In every direction, with
no possible site for a competing city.
Last week nearly every large city In
the United Stales showed unprecedented
si Ins in busineas. Why should not busl
noHK men everywhere, and hero especially,
r ulckly'and confidently use In their bnnl
neHK the funds which lack of confidence
in business conditions Indueo.I Iheni to
board' The late panic cleared the linan
elal field of many unsafe concerns and
methods, and Hcttlcd prices to nearer real
values. Now comes a period of safer
and haner business.
Tribune Wnut Ads:
Bell phono 5201. Tucl. phono 300-318.
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"Makes Everything Good."
F. J- Klesel U Co., Ogden,
' Rlegcr & Llndlcy, Salt Lake.
f PHRA8M NEWS NOTES
Special to Tho Tribune.
EPHRAIM, Nov. 1C The crystal wed
ding of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larscn was
celebrated at their homo last night. At
7 o'clock a crowd numbering about forty
stepped Into their home. A delightful
luncheon was served. A very enjoyable
time was had.
The beet growers In this vicinity arc
rejoicing over thc pleasant weather. Somo
time ago. when tho heavy stormy weather
visited this country, they wero afraid
that they would not get their beets dug.
but now tholr work Is finished and they
aro Jubilant ovor the excellent crop.
Tho thlrtoon-ycar-old son of J. P. An
derson, who Is suffering with rheumntlsiM
of the heart, Is reported to bo slowly
The stork left a fine baby boy at thc
home of Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Brcm
holf Saturday afternoon. Mother and
child aro doing nicely.
Dr. R. J. Hyatt, who Is superintendent
of tho weather bureau at Salt Lake,
stopped at Ephralm on his return from
Pangultch and tho southern part of the
state. While here he spent his time at
the forestry service office, for tho purpose
of making arrangements to establish sta
tions on tho mountains to secure meas
urements of snowfall. ,
PRESS CLUB OF EASTERN I
IDAHO IN SESSION
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISE, Ida.. Nov. 10. Thc Eastern
Idaho Press club opened its quarterly
mooting hero this niorain, and after an
address ol' wclcomo and a response, an
intor?siiue and profitablo business pro
gramme "was carried out. Tho nicotine
was presided over 03- President Charlce
Wright of the Montpelicr Examiner,
with Eccretary J. W. Jones of tho Bigby
Star looking after the duties of his
office. After tho session today thc
member? of tho club and several friends
took a ride over thc Intcrurbau railway
to Caldwoll and return. The meeting
will be concluded tomorrow and before
the editors nnd their wives leave Boise
thoy aro to be royally banqueted and
taken to all parts" of the city in auto
mobiles. Tho attendanco is larger than
bus been had at any previous meeting
and cvcr3 one of tho visitors is hav
ing a fine time while here. At tho ses
sion today tho club decided to, hold its
next meeting nt gooding thc third Mon
day in May next, nnd it went on record
against a state printo which is being
advocated by tho Boiso Statesman.
NARROW ESCAPE FROM
DEATH IN COLLISION
Special to Thc Tribune.
MURRAY, Nov. 16. A Denver &
Rio Grande freight train, bound for
Salt Lake City, collided with a wagon,
driven by James Brown, tonight and A.
nnd Frank Biittcrfield were thrown
from thc vehicle and sustained serious
iniuries. According to Ilnrry Wale,
who saw the accident, the engineer
noither slowed down nor blew tho
whistle ns tho train approached I he
Brown, the driver of the wagon,
escaped uninjured. The two other boys,
however, who wero riding in tho rear
of the wagon were thrown to the
ground, A. Buttcrficld recoived a bnd
cut in the back of tho head, nnd his
brother, Frank, sustained n dislocated
shoulder. The two young men were at
tended by Dr. A. A. Bird. The horses
were not injured, but tho wagon was
BY A SAVAGE DOG
Special to The Tribune.
BINGHAM. Nov. 16. Rosle Talynto. an
S-ycar-old girl, was badly bitten this af
ternoon hv a bulldog. The physicians
say she will recover, but will be disfigured
for life. The dog was shot.
Tho little girl was walking down the
street, when she noticed a boy coming to
ward her leadlnc a bulldog by a chntn.
She stopped to pet the animal, when sud
denly tho dog Jumped upon her. tore open
her "left cheek and scalp. Sh,- was hur
ried to a physician, whero her Injuries
were dressed, after which she wa3 taken
Boiso Election Returns.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISE, Idnho, Nov. 16. The official
canvass of the vote east at th recent
election has Just been completed and
several changes are noted. From tho
report of the canvassing board It Is ob
served that four of the candidates on the
Democratic state ticket carried the county
by good pluralities, while two candidates
on the Democratic county ticket won out.
The vote on candidates for several of Lhe
other offices was very close and It was
a narrow escape for other Republicans.
The countv is normally over two thou
sand Republican, but evidently this year
the voters went after the best nun.
Of Skin -Tortured, Disfigured
Babies Should Know
That warm baths, with CuljMira
Soap and gontlc anointings with c-uti-t.
cunl( th0 grcafc &cin
f$i Curo. ufford instant
,(v.ib"&'b relief, permit rest nntl
YfrS sleep, and point to a
-fti- y speedy euro of tortur
f inC' disfiguring ecze
FcW.vv. mas, rushes, itcliinga.
A v r5 irritations, and chaf
j iiiRS of infanta nnd
llrl S children whon all else
iNv I fails. Guaranteed
absolutely pure, and may be ased from
tho hour of bir- .
Good ten is half a meal. Poor
tea will spoil a good meal.
Some poor teas look bettor than
good teas, but tho strength and
flavor is not there. A careful
housewife in ordering her goocls
should gently, but- firmly, in
, sist on having HEWLETT'S
THREE CROWN NATURAL
UNCOLORED JAPAN TEA.
DRUNKENNESS CURED !
I A positive and pormanent curo for
Drunkenness and the Opium Diseases.
There Is no publicity, no sickness.
Ladles treated as privately as In their
own homes. Tho Keeley Institute. IIHI
Vv. South Temple St., Salt Lake City,
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a candy, lozenges, tablets, syrups.
" etc. Our Blue Itlbbon remedy baa
no equal. - chest protector will
asslut bv keeping the keen winds
oft the lungs. Our remedies cure a
both tho old and younu. Hoth o
o phones 157. Romcmbcr the num- 0
a ZOO Main St.. Kcnyon Pharmacy. o
GEO. T. BRICK DRUG CO.
' TURF EXCHANGE
18 13. Second South.
' Califoniia nnd Eastern Races. Dl
1 rcct Wire for all Snorting Events.
You never can fully realise how ad
! ly your siBht Is affoctccl until thc wc.tr
1 ing of cltoctivc glasses demonstrates an
! improvement for you. Come In and lot
I ua show you.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.,
259 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
4 I M -M-H HHt 4"M"M'
1 GLASSES I
. t THAT FIT
X J. E. . w. h. broaddus. X
, y Ophthalmolool3t3 and Opticians.' 4
t 54 SO. MAIN ST. t
4 McConahay's Jewelry Store.
j yBB&& CMSlifrt
I GOOD COAL
FULL WEIGHT COAL
Bell Phono 055. Ind. 137.
About "Thai I jfl
Good Coal" - I : H
All Coal May Look !
to 'some people to dis-
criminating people it ' ,
Jon't, and wo'vo noticed
that a good deal of Cloar H
Orook is sold to thiB iat- 'H
J Bamlicrger H
161 MEIGHN ST.
U. St A.
j SiibstSStiled ! I I
1 NOT on that prescription i jH
I when 'ou brought it to us, 1
1 but filled .lust as written by 1
1 your doctor. Four regular I
1 presciiptiou clerks on duty. I
I GODBE-PITTS DRUG
1 Located with us Child-Walk 1
I Floral Co. 1
W. B.' Rush-Tier I
Manufacturing Optician and IH
defective eyesight corrector.
51 East 3rd South St. .
Tonight and Wednesday night '
with the same excellent cast, neaded
by HANS ROBERT In thc title role.
and Dave Braham as "Push" Miller.
Trices. 50c, 75c. 1. $1.50.
Bargain matinee Wednesday, 25c to $1.
Next attraction: Thursday, Friday
and Saturday matinee.
J.ouls James In "l'ccr Gynt." Scat
ii:HPHr5 3569 matinee
1 1 Nm 1 TODAY
THEATRE All Seals ResenrarJ jl
J no t'ourthopc & Co. Gaston k Green.
l The Paytons. Wilson Brothers. IH
The Grassys. Henry Cllve .t Co.
Joe Cook & Bro. The Klnodromc.
Entire Orchestra at Matinees.
I Prices Evening: 25c, 50c. 75c; Box
I Sent. ?1.
Matinee Inc. 25c. 50c: Box Scats 75c .
Coloiial TSiealrc I
! WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, JJ
Mmt, Nordiea I
And Her Company of Artistes.
Seat Sale at
Clavton-Dayiies Music Co.
Mall Orders Accepted.
R. Grant, Manager.
I CAMERAPR0NE?vS!fTRB I
Talking and Singing Pictures.
All the week, starting Nov. 14.
A Visit to Yak-, rittchy. muslcal-com- H
cdy rrcnllon. Th coinrdlenno and H
taeball plnver. Mabel Illlc and Mike H
Oonlln. In their hit, "Stealing Home."
.TunKleiown. a spectacular sensation. B
Wellington and Gaze, the "Supper 1
Hlfing and Xares. Broadway operatic B
Two feadiro pictures. H
Matinee every day. 2. 10c: evening. H
7, ldr and 20c. Children half price. H
A "l-plece set (if dishes ivon .away H
at Wednesday and Saturday matinees. jl
I rQirWIFl5 N'Khts 25. S3. 50 cents.
UJi:Ull3Ly Matinees 15 and 25 cents
TONFgT; MATINEE WEDNESDAY.
.Perce R. Henlon's Play of the Plains, H
"A COVBOY'S GIRL."
Everv act a perfect picture of western
Starting Thursday "WHY GIRLS 'H
Saturday cvonlng, November 21,
Prices. $1.00. Sl-50. $2.00. Sole opens IH
Wednesday. Clayton-Onynes Music
! Soph's Saii!a!-Pspsiii Sapsules H
A POSITIVE CORE
f& Forlnllnuimatlunortjatarrb H
it of tlicUluddcrand Diseased H
QSrnn rw. 'L Xldiioys. No euro no pay
mfc&- Q Rl Uurch quickly aud Perms-
airy"A nontly ibo worst cases of IH
Ufi r) Gonorrhoea and Rlcct, do H
T,7ftR,4fcfev r mntter of liow lonj; stand-
Vv'wSa Inir. i.kiolutcly harmlus. IB
i'' -'t old by druggists. Prlco H
Sl.fMi. or by mall, postpaid. H
fzjJw -n (X), : bores f 2.70.
iRMF THE 6AHTAI-PEPSIH CD
AvTa OELLCPONTA1.NC. OHIO- H
F. J. Hill Drug Co., Salt Lako City