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.1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1912. r 1.
i'ElOB TO TALK
ramme for Annual Con
tion al Provo Contains
iiisrcsllnp programme, both from
ctlcal and a practical standpoint,
en arranged tor the annual con
ol the Stato lJalrymen'B asBocla.
Idrh Is he held iit Provo.
a5.oclatIon will convene jointly
ic State Horticultural noddy on
nine of .lumiary yi. On Thursday,
owlnpr day, the dairymen will hold
Esloiirt. fliil.shlntc nj thulr work
ty nlglit with an address by Gov
ving Is the programme:
L'JtSDAY MORNING, Feb. .1.
nt's address Ben K. Eldredgc
s of the EuLter unrl Chccso
rcscntatlvo fron: dairy division,
iiliod States department of sigtl
..ilture. IEepIng Individual Records of. the
'Palry Herd" Hush J. Cannun
!7orl: of the Slate Dairy Com
mon In Advancing: the Dairy
rests of tho State"
lard Hansen, state dairy commls
resentatlve dairy dlvlaion. United
ate dcparimenL of agriculture.
niity In Cheese Maklup"
tear C. McCarty of Hooper, Wash,
ow Testing- Association"
.Fred Froeror of Richmond, Utah
r. P V Ellington of tijV University
nail Cheese Factory"
. Orville Thompson, Sclplo, Utah
ig Up a Dairy''
r. John T. Cnlne, III., of thoJUtali
;rlenlturnl college. V
THURSDAY AT 4 P. M.
y and treasurer's report
Prof. Lewis A. Merrill
of officers for coming year...
3vcry Utah Farmer Should Bo
J A Wldtsoc, president of the
ah agricultural college.
1o as a Factor In Utah Dalry
.....T A. Anderson, Morgan, Utah
unities for Dairying- In Utah"
Joseph Plrlo of Ogdcn
ig and Soil Fertility"
Amos K. Merrill of the B. Y.
Gov. William Spry
I, SUM RECEIVED
3 FROM FOREST FUND
Gov William Spry Thursday morning
ptivctl a communication from F. If.
Ivls, auditor of the treasury ilepart
ent nt Washington, D. C. notifying
in that tho sum of $.T1,8G9.10 had been
wrded this state its Its portion of the
Mlpts from the national forests. The
hunt is paid under an act of congress
ting tlio stales and territories in which
itlonul forests aiv located a percentage
Jnll the money received from the for
ts, for school and road purposes. The
ittcr of apportioning the fund will be
idi by the stale board of examiners.
the. amounts received from tho vari
s national forests In I'lnh arc as fol
vs: Ashley, $2.'!10.23: Cache, ?1257.21;
kJc. -5 ISO. I C Fillmore. $2453.52; Fish
it. $25::$. 50. La Sal. $-'H5.22; Mantl.
li.M: Minidoka. WSt.61. Xebo. $11S0.18;
Ssltcllo. $..2 u9 Powell, S25-J3.10: Sevier,
37.15; I'lntnli, 550S7.70: Wasatch,
57. 10; total. :;4tSt).10.
COUWTY JAIL DOING
More Than One Thousand
Persons Registered Dur
ing' Past; Year.
A tolul of J016 prlS'Mior! wore receiver
at, the county Jail during the last year,
according to tho annual report of thy
county sheriff's office submitted to the
board of county commissioners Thursday
morning. Thoro were 02 charged with
felony and 122 with misdemeanors, the
remainder being held for the reform
school and as wltnesKes.
The report shows Unit seventy-four
men wera sent to the state prison and
301 sent to tha county Jh II. A total of
fifty-five persons were sent to the state
mental hospital. There are at present
forty-three prisoners in the county jnll
The total receipts of the sheriff's of
fice during the year were $r. 1 .1 S7.90, In
cluding fees of the civil department, and
Jail In the sum of ?10,227.oR; liquor li
censes. S16.057: merchants' and butchers'
The report shows a reduction In the
receipts from liriuur licenses over the
previous yoar of 55025. Thin is accounted
for by the county going dir. The liquor
license receipts In 1'JlO aggregated 521, OOu.
State Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion A. O. Nelson was notified yester
day by State Auditor Jesse D. Jcwkcs
that the state board of education had
been given 53S0.000 as the S-intll levy for
state school purposes.
The motioy will be apportioned among
the. various schools of th state today
by the superintendent's office.
' UnivcrBity Notes
The mnrrlo.l men at the university
have challenged the single men to a
game of basketball In which no man who
liars over played on a college, professional
or preparatory school team will be al
lowed to participate.
The members of tho university Fronch
circle met last evening at the home of
Professor Arnoldson. The evening was
pleasantly spent. The refreshments wore
served after the fashion of French res
taurants, all orders being given lu
Stanford Darger, who played football
on the freshman team. Is at the Holy
Cross hospital with blood poison.
The Wrestling club at the university
now has over u dozen members and some
good form le being shown.
Tonight the Junior class will hold a
"prom" work party at the. houc of tse
Amlcl Fldlsslnic fraternity on Second
At ir.30 today all the students of the
school will assemble in the museum
building to advertise the performance, of
the University Dramatic club at tho Col
onial theater tomorrow night.
The girls of the. university will give
a leap year dance In the men's gym
nasium next Friday night. Miss Lucy
Van Cott. dean of the university women,
went to the convention of deans of col
lego women In Chicago during the Christ
mas vacation and the proceeds of tho,
dance will go to help pay the expenses of
Tho Scribblers will hold a meeting this
afternoon at I o'clock.
Student activity cards will be worth
50 cents towards the purchase of a ticket
to the Dramatic club's performance to
I... Thin-blooded people do
A KeSOlUtlOm not remain so from choice
c fil- oe m but from indifference, in
TOr S Jlin-tSlOOOCd same cases from despair.
I 0 - 'People who are pale, lan-
reople guid, with slight palpitation
r oL! the heart, some difficutly
E)L'oath.ing and a tendency to fatigue are suffering from
In blood. They need only the resolution to take the
1U treatment and stick to it until cured. The remedy
tcaii be relied upon is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
ft People. With every dose they make new blood and
ijrtloud means health and strength. The-' stop further
ijgross of the disease and their success as a blood-builder
pi be plainly seen, after a short trial. The red cheeks,
pd a ppc lite,, hie reused weight and strength, cheerful dis
sition, and relict' Prom the symptoms, all declare the
Kieral improvement in the health. It is pure blood now
jat is traveJiug everywhere through the body and the
2iicfit goes on until health is restored.
Dir. William A, Ncwm.au, of Saprarla, Camden county. Mo., suffered from
iu and disordered blood as a result of an nltacl: of the grip. Ho says: "My
ad aidied cont inually Mid was llllcd with hissing and roaring sounds that
ire fear full annoying, Jly heart fluttered and hud. regular running-away
"!lb. Aly stomach Wfts so sore that I could hardly boar a touch ou that part
J'niy body. 1 had a great deal of pain in the region of my liver .nul the
ctor siinl that organ was enlarged. !My hend and my back ached dreadfully,
it hard as il uus io stand it 1 wouldn't give up entirely. I dragged myself
lout, Kept growing worse and finally ran down to almost nothing.. First T
Jed a doctor, but ho did mo no good. Then T took all kinds of advertised
jeparntioiis. but nothing proved helpful until I began to use Ir. Williams'
hik Pitts. Ah soon as 1 got them T know that T. had &t last hit upou tbo
$H remedy for my case. Tho very first box did inoro for me than niiything
I lisid ever taken. T wish I had heard of them long before, for they would
ive- saved nie money and Buffering. They gave me relief right away and in
ice months they positively cured inc."
Di Williams' Pink Pills l?or Pale People are the blood's
yeatest aid in overcoming rheumatism, anaemia, chlo-
psis, headaches and at'ter-eifects ol! the grip and fevers.
B THE LAND OF FRUIT AND FLOWERS
1 ISLE OF PINES
EQiii'2,3J?l,lt of tho Grapefruit, orange, pineapple, etc.; rrhcro RICH SOIL,
fland fv. , LCLIMATE "and abundant rains muko BIG CROPS of perfect fruit.
WBalui.1 ecUlbIs A CERTAINTY. Growing season 365 DAYS IN THE YEAR. Par-B-
Je climate. NO FROSTS. NO IRRIGATION. PERFECT WATER.
HfcurrM iiiav 11,0 finest citrus fruit and vegetable- land ou tho isle of PInos
POor i. tho ONLY DEEP WATER HARBOR of tho Islandfor palo In 10
SKcrriM, o.acre tla'-l at only ?50.00 per aero; ono-fourth down, balance on eany
flimi ci.5il.mft,'s ,10w landlnc at our town of Los lndlos. Own a ten-acre srovo
WrEEO. INDEPENDENT. Immedlato ppsscaalon. TITLES QUAKAN-
iLna0? Hyoklet and further Information write to J, J. MORRIS. Agt. Canadn
Kf"u & Fruit Co., P O. Box 17C0. Suit Lak City. Utah.
INDIGESTION. DYSPEPSIA, HEARTBURN, GAS, !
SOURNESS AND ALL STOMACH KEY GOES!
Take a Little Diapepsin Now and
Your Stomach Will Feel Fine
Five Minutes Later.
As there is often tonic one .in your
family who suffers an attack of indi
gestion or sonic form of .stomach trou
ble why don't you keep some Diapop
em in the house handy?
Thia harmless blessing will digest
anything you i;itn eat without the
slightest discomfort and overcome n
dour, gassy Stomach five minutes after.
Tell your pharmacist to lot you read
the formula plainly printed on these
oO'C-ent cases of Pupo's Diupopsin,
then you will readily eeo whv it makes
Indigestion, Sour Stomach. "Heartburn,
mid other diseases go in five minutes,
aud relieves at once such miseries as
Belching of Gas, Eructations o sour,
FI ESCIPES FOB
City Building Inspector Will
Insist on Owners Living
Up to Law.
City Eulldlns Inspector TSniil S. T.und
Issued a notice yesterday to the effect
that tho owners of flats and apartmcnta
in thin city will be compelled to comply
with the law requiring lire escapes on
buildings of three or more stories In
height, not used as a private residence.
This law, the building- Inspector points
out,, has been construed not to Include
flats and apartments, and the owners of
such must Immediately submit plans and
methods of construction to tho building
The building ordinances of the city re
quire fire escape ladders of a metallic
construction from the flirt story to and
above the top story. The ladders shall
bo of such construction as tho build
ing Inspector and chief of the flro de
partment mav designate.
It is further provided by the ordinance
that buildings used for manufacturing
purposes shall havo at least one ladder
for every twenty-five persons employed.
ELDREDGE NOW HELD
ON FOUR INDICTMENTS
,T. J TSldredKC. proprietor of a second
hand store at ICS West Second Sovith
street, charged with receiving stolon
property, was again bound over to an
swer to tho district court yestorday after
noon when he was given a preliminary
hearing before F. M. Bishop, justice of
the peace. There aro no further charges
against Eldrcdge. but he must now an
swer to the district court on four indi
vidual Indictments, charging the receiv
ing of stolen property.
The complainant in the case heard yes
terday afternoon was E. M. Prcidman.
propraetor of a hair store in tho Eagle
block, which was robbed last July. Of
fourteen human 'nalr switches found in
the Eldredg second -hand store, Frcid
man Identified eight as having been
stolen from his store.
Bldredgo Is now under ?4000 bonds. He
has not furnished those and Is lu the
county pail awaiting trial.
FAMILY STRIFE LEADS
TO TWO ARRESTS
George JTackett and his son, Joseph
Hackott, aged 35 years. M0 Norih Sixth
West street, wore arrested yesterday
morning on a charge of disturbing the
peace. It Is alleged that tho younger
Hackett returned to his home undr the
influence of linuor and attempted to
choke his father, but that the elder man
proved to be tho strongest and gave his
son a thrashing and locked him in a
closet. It is alleged that when tho moth
er took tho son's part the father was
about to chastise her when the police
lnterferrcd and placed both men under
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City
and the State of Utah: Fair Friday;
Snow or Rain at Nlqht or Saturday.
Comparative weather data at Salt Lake
City. January 11. 1012:
Highest temperature today was -10 de
grees, highest in this month since 1874
was C'l degrees, lowest last night was IIH
degrees: lowest this month since 1874 was
10 degrees below zero: mean temperature
for today was 00 degrees', normal was 2S
degrees; accumulated deficiency since the
first of the month Is ."I degrees.
Relative humidity at G a. m. today was
S2 per cent; relative humidity at C p. m.
today was 51 per cent.
Total precipitation for the twenty-four
hours ending at ii p. in. was .ou of an
Inch: total for this month to date is .-1R
of an inch; accumulated oce9s for this
month to date is 01 of an tnch: total
precipitation sim-c January 1 to date is
Ai of an Inch; accumulated excesss since
January 1 is .01 of an Inch.
Sun risen nt 7:fli a. m. and sets at 5:1
p. in.. January 1'.'.
E F S
Slallons. 7 ?5! u
S K - 3
- '. V.
salt L.vke I r.s; 34 .02
Boise M l'2 .OS
Chicago I. 10 2 .10
Denver 1 1-' 10 .01
Den Mulno.i H Si 12i .02
Dodge City 10 l fi 0"
Duluth 2o 34 00
Duraiigo 3I v 20' ,0fi
Grand Juncllon ...f...., 2$; ::r, 24, .01
Havre :io Z(n 32' on
Helena J r 181 .0:
Huron 2 20 18 .in
Jacksonville o0 -II .to
KansnH City P 2 I, .02
Lander S 20 sj .00
Los Angeles nfl K2 52 .01
Mortem ' ' -H IK; 00
Moorhcad 2 21 IJfi .00
W OrlcaiiH oS" i2 .no
Xcw Vork 22 22' 12! .00
North Plait 12 10; IS T
Oklahoma 2 1 01 10, .10
PhocnlK Po l IO1 .01
Portland. Or 40 10! liti; .21
Rapid City IS Ifil IS' .02
Rocburg' ...... 43 IS 10! ,C,
.Son Diego 601 52
St. Louis . 0 t' 2 .(io
St. Paul 21 1-m 26j .00
San Francisco ! 541 50i .02
Sf-nttlo -12 121 3Sl .10
Sheridan " ! .01
Spokane 2fit 20 1K .no
Washington ' IS 2lt is; .10
Wllliston -2S 24I-40J .00
Wlimemucoa I "t 3S! 2C! .04
When givon us booh as the croupy
cough appears Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will ward off an attack ox
croup and prevent till danger and catisy
of anxiety. Thousands of mothers use
it Euccessfully. Bold by all dealers.
undigebted fooil. Tsausca. TTeadafhe?,
Dizziness, Constipation and other Stom
Some folks have tried so long to find
relief from Indigestion nnd Despcpsia
or an out-of-order stomach with the
common, cvery-day cures advertised
thai lhfy havo about made up their
minds that they havo something else
wrong, or bcliovo thoirs is n cae of
Nervousness, Gastritis, Catarrh "of the
Stomach or Cancer.
This, no doubl, is a serious mistake.
Your roal troublo ii, what you oat does
not digest; instead, it ferments and
sours, turns to acid. Gas and Stomach
poison, which putrefy in the digestive
tract and intestines, and, besides, poison
the breath with nauseous odors.
A hearty appetite, with thorough di
gestion, and without tlio slightest dis
comfort or misery of the- Stomach, is
waiting for you as soon as 3"Oit decide
to tr3' Pape's Diapepsin.
Salt Lake Statistics
George R. Waters and Ethel M. Hick
David Anderson and Vera Jensen. Salt
William "Erlckson, Mldvalc, and Lu
ncltl Rasmussen, Riverton.
Infant daughter of A. J. Manhart, still
birth. 531 South Fifth East street, Jan
Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Winterowd, aged
47 years, S32 Arapahoe avenue, Jan
Joseph Uobbshaw. JSI! West Fifth
South street, bov. I
Isaac B. Hallls. 4C0 East Second ave
nue, Waterloo, boy.
John McKean Fowler, S12 South First
West street, girl.
Real Estate Transfers.
Mrs. Krances Wasserinan to Emma
Allen ot al., part of lot o, block
36. plat A $2,000
Henry W. Iawronce to Waller H.
Barrett, lots Jl and 12, block 5,
East Park S00
Sherman Anderson and wife to
Standard Realty company, part of
lot 8, block 4'.i, plat C 2,800
Joseph S. Wells and wlfo to Anna
C. Hunscn, part of lot f, block
50. plat D 6,500
Thomas N. Robinson and wife
to the Box Elder Realty compnnv,
part of lot 2, block 115, plat D... 3,500
William G. Crawford and wife to
David D. Crawford, port of lot
1, block 41, ten-acre plat A.., . 1
William G. Crawford to and wife
to William .L. Crawford, part of
lot 1, block 41, tcn-ncre plat A.. 1
Anna JD. Matley to John Mat ley,
part of section 34. township 1
north, range 1 west. 1
Lucy W. Baxter to Henry Rom
bach, part of section 3, township
1 south, range 1 west 51
Kimball & Richards company to
Fred J. Wardrop and wife, lots
10 and 20, Burton place, Second I
addition 060 I
FARNSWORTH AT HEAD
OF CLEARING HOUSE
Officers were elected by the Salt Lake
Clearing House association yesterday as
follows: President. L. H. Famsworth,
vice president Walker Bros, bank: ides
president. T, W. Boyer. cashier Continen
tal National bank; secretary-treasurer.
Byron Groo. cashier Utah Commercial &
Savings bank; manager. Arnold E. Smith,
paying teller National Bank of tho Re
public; cxecutlvo committee, L. II. Farns
worth, W. S. McCornlek. C. S. Burton, i
Frank Knox nnd John C. Cutler.
NINE TAKEN IN RAID
ON GAMBLING HOUSE
Following a raid on a Greek gambling
house at 555 Wost Second South street,
at about 1 o flock yesterday morning.
whn Mike Pappus was arrested on n
charge of conducting a gambling house.
Patrolmen Carstenscn and Huntsman yes
terdav morning arrested nine alleged
gamblers, all of whom are charged with
having escaped from the gambling house
a moment before the entrance of the
In complaints Issued by the county
attorney's office yesterday afternoon,
Curtis U- Morrison is charged with pon
dering, and alto with committing n statu
lorv offense against Elizabeth Eltzgcrald.
aged 17 year?,
Morrison Is alleged to have flirt ac
complished I ho girl's downfall under the
promise of marriage and of later attempt
ing to compel her to live an Immoral
Do not allow your kidney and blad
der troublo to develop bej'ond the
reach of medicine. Take Foley Kidney
Pills. They civc quick results and stop
irrigularities with surprising prompt
ness. Schramni-JohnsoD, Drugs. "Tho
Ncvcr-Subslitutors." Five (5) good
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE
For Century printing You caa g&t th
cntjine nrti''le nt f5 57 Pntnffif nlai.
HSBTwIv The Great Remedy for
1llffaKTOP Sciatica, Gout, Neural-
lHHM3W'r cla. La Grippe, Catarrh
IbtWH and Asthma.
Wf Rfnd the testimony of Mr.
flna ul B. Bcnlw. Coodel, Iow
Mm aK B'l-' rlt'j5 "I hro
gw 9 token ntiout one t'Ottl of "8
MST IHi Oropm" unit it hat cur) m
79 EBI ft Ilhflumatltm. t hevo hml
S (H th RJn'jmfitljm for thrc
MUI fgyl ir; went on cratclion for
kSfj Qlt about trrn yean, and could
VI Hi not rest ly or nlcl't. After
H Uklnron5 half Ix.tltc of
7 Orop" I Ki5 well ion week.'
"5-DROPS" give Immediato relief. Itstopn
the aches and pains, relieves swoolen joints
nnd mueclea acUi almost like magic. De
Ftroys tho excess urto acid and is quick. safe
! ami fturo in its results. Unequalled for all
' forms of rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica,
gout, pains in back, shouldcre or legs. No
other remedy like it
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
One Dollar per bottlo. or ecnt prepaid upon
receipt of price If not obtainable in your locality.
SWANS0H BHIUMATIC CUBE COMPANY
168 lak Strtit - Chltago
For sale by Schramm-Johnson,
Drugs, "The Nevcr-Substitu-tors,"
Five Good Stores.
TttE ROYAL AT. DAYNI .MUSIC COMPANY is retiring from busiuess. W
lis stook of fifty-six I'ianos and Player Pianos is offered to the public at exactly I
tbe saoie figures they would have brought ii: sold in bulk to one of the large I
local music stores. B:
Remember these Piauos were purchased by an experienced, buyer with the j
idea of building up a pennauerit business. Plans hare been clianged and hence Mi
the desire to close out the entire stock at ouce. HI
a savins f wmm $i2wo T
$3150 ON EACH FIAM !
Jf 3'ou are in the market for a Piano or Player Piano, it will pav you to
come in and look over this stock. We are not appealing to irresponsible peo
ple who always want to buy anything if terms are low enough; but to those
who can really appreciate Piano Quality and who-are responsible in every sense 1
of the word, we shall be very glad to arrange payments to their entire satisfac- !
tion. ' j
ONLY MEW PIANOS !
Every Piano is positively new and of the latest style and design. Here j
you will find 'the Solo-Apollo Player Piano. These instruments arc sold for i
the same price all over the world. Come in and hear it. You will be astonished '
at its exquisite reproduction and wonder at the ridiculously low pree at which '
they are selling. jfi
Office fixtures, safe, des&s, filing caftinefs and store 3ease for sale cfofap ' I
Attend the ffr Ont-of-Town I
Sale Early jl l People 1
Considering the great li L should not fail to visit (
reductions, we feel fi this sale. Ifyoucan-
oa u , . nfL TI not attend, write or
certain that every in- , '
c:J phone and we will
strumentwillbe sold I Jj supply detailed inf or-
within a few days. vjftyp--"- mation. ' i
HERE AME A FEW SAMPLE BARGAINS: ;
New style Upright. Pianos in mahogany cases, A fine selectiou of instruments, made by the
Full cabinet grand size. Genuine ivorv kevs, best known manufacturers ; fully guaranteed ?I
for ten years. V ery handsome cases, fine tone u
full jron plate, standard action, empire top quality, and thoroughly 97 fM I
and finished back; well seasoned ajj qq va well built ajePfiaVV R
.and Cully guaranteed $lS5Wv , , 7 , , , - . S,
.Several standard makes m plain or lancy cases 2p
Three beautiful pianos in genuine mahogany (nofc ,al,Sml4.Pto11 p"bl.is!1 uEactureps-
, , , names). Beautifully finished, strictly high fi i
cases of Colonial style or handsomely carved. gradc and ully gnarantee(K A splcn(H(1 bn,.. ,
These are our regular $350.00 aa ( AA gain that we can honestly QOC Aft I
pianos. Now offered for feilasUW recommend 403oWtJ 1m
Biggest Bargains of All 011 Player-Pianos 1
Some will be sold as low as from $300.00 to $450.00. Come early while the stock is complete. W
We will make the terms of settlement so that you can afford to purchase now. jh
OUR FIRST, LAST AND ONLY SALE 1
ROYAL DAYNES MUSIC CO. I
Just West of Salt Lake Theater. 59 EAST FIRST SOUTH STREET. J
(Continued From Pago One.)
tor which' was a mighty
The banquet was ar
ranged, primarily, to plan
the sending oi: a delegation
from the club to the Conven
tion of Ad. Clubs, which will
be held in Dallas. Tex., this
Th c Representatives'
Club sent the largest delega
tion to the Boston Conven
tion last year of any cliib in
America, and it wishes to
have au equally large repre
sentation at Dallas.
At this banquet there
were over WIGHT HUN
DRED MEN -PRESENT,
EVERY ONE OF "WHOM
IT AD A DIRECT INTER
EST IN ADVERTISING.
The gathering represented
every phase oL? the advertis
There are something like
G.b'OO A OVERT I SING
MEN all over the country
members of advertising
clubs who in eonjuuetion
with" ' the REPUTABLE
BUSINESS Jl ION in every
communi t v. are E.I G I..LT-;
ING EARNESTLY" and
without uionctarv reward.;
to BETTER ADVER.TJ.S-i
ING AND BUSINESS
And that they are suc
ceeding in their fight is
evidenced by the fact that
fraudulent and offensive
advertisements arc GRAD- I
UALLY BEING- ELIMI
NATED from the columns
of all publications.
"When this finally does
come to pass and it won't
take many years more to
bring about this condition
then merchants aud manu
facturers who do business
on RIGHT LINES, whose
can be BELIEVED IN
REAP THE FULLEST!
MEASURE OE RETURN
TO THEIR ADVERTISE
MENTS. ; Those publications that
arc now lyarring out unre
liable advertisers are giv
ing an ADDED VALUE
TO THE ADVERTISE
MENTS printed in their
columns. AND THEY
SHOULD RECEIVE THE
SUPPORT OE EVERY
R EP UT.A BL E AD VER
TISER in their commun
ity. (To be continued.)
Children Cry ;
O A 3 T Q R I A.
Salt L.ike's Newust Theater Beautiful
j Sullivan. Consleilne
fi GreaSer Advanced VaudnvWe
I I nnAU The Telephone Girls
N ' ODAY La Basque Quartette
I Warren and Seymorc
1 S 30 Tom Smith
B :30 Dunbar nnd Turner
1 i.r Th Falcone
Regular 10c Mariner Dally - n
Emprose 20c 500 I Iff
4 DAYS. STARTING SUNDAY. Ir
Matinee Wednesday. 41
Charles Klein's Grcxit Play,
Kvenlmr prices: CjC. 50c. Toe:. il.QO. lu
iMalincc Wednesday: 2oc, 50c. "Sc. j K
SEATS NOW SELLING. UU
WEEK BEGINNING MON.. JAN. 15. II Ij
Evenings and Sat. Matinee, 25c to 31.50 Bljf
Popular Matinee Wednesday, 25c to $1 I BP
Cohan nnd flarrlf Prchnt George M.
Cohiin'.s Coniwli Triumph, Rilij
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Direct from two noasous in Now York el
and ono yonr in Chlcaco. with lt3 jjj!
pcrfccL cnsl and production. II .
THE PLAY THE ENTIRE COUNTRY
IS RAVING ABOUT. '
."Hfn on Mile today. Q ,
.Mall orders Vftcolvcd noff. B
Salt Lake's Lcadlnn Vaudeville House. . it
This Week THEATER i
PAT ROONEY AND MARION BENT. j i
Kd. V. Kfvimrd. Mar.Ic, Kln & Co. fij
Kthol McDonongh. Ljnch & Zeller.
N'li;ht & Deycr. Illnton & Wooton. 1 ,
Matinee Daily & J
700 Scats fM If
Every Evening JJf Vk;
A Good Seat li
and the Garrlck Players In E
Rachacl Crothers'o Story of Nevada 162-
Next week. "Tho Lion and th Mouse" 1 MS
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