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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1912. ' 9 I
W OFFICE 2563 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 664.
1 office Hours 6 a. m. to 10:30 a. in.; 3 p. m. to 8 p, a.
Who Ran Away With
ffulo Caught After Attor
f ney Read Paper.
il lo The Tribune.
tfrV, Oft, 1 That an article ap
L n Sunday Issue of The Trlb
pu;hl a'0"t u,c ftrrcsL of Frank
IjthirKMl with thn theft of an au
ijt in this city a week ago, beenmo
Ut night when Detective Robert
tV.n returned to Ogdcn from Ely.
'th the man. Tlio arrest of T3urns
iWovery of the automobile were due
A fforts of City Attorney Gilbert
i-jnian of Ely afl a former resi
fc'a Cniln was given credit for
Wiml'ol Burns, which Ih rightfully
Kij the former Ogdon man. After
Wt. 0f the theft of the automobile
tCllirr)' h. Llndcll, Mr. Borcman de
Em keen on the lookout for the
5lWsr car. He decided that If Burns
21 wwt he probably would follow
fwnKontlncnUiI route. His guess
L ncrrfsiul. for IJurns and tho auto
, n diirovcrcd by Attorney Borcman In
1 ?& Monday. Vpon engaging Burns
i 'rtrtivatlon the chaufTeiir attempted
t ,n Borcman tho car for $000. The
rtflkial ordered his arrest lmmc
I 1ft, This la the message wired to
i Morton tlic same day.
u my rcnurst sheriff arrested and
Frank Burns, tall, .slender, red
Have stored rar. Burns admits
he car from Ogden. Reason, no
kj Trlcl lo soil car here ?fi00. Bo-
will return without requisition.
Sheriff Crairi here authority to hold
i Ordcn sheriff also wire Grain in
rtlari. Sec him. Will you send of
rtoniorrotv? Sunday Tribune fur-
ifts.'rBOIlESIAX City Attorney."
lifccnty Borcman was at a loss to tm
mwA why subsequent articles ap
ifcfasinthe newspapers had not given
f proper credit for tho source of tho
POLICE SOLVE PROBLEM.
ji tlMome Woman Shunted on to
,. Evaniton Authorities,
I Hal io Thn Tribune.
,1 KSEK. Oct. I. Tho Otrden police will
be troubled by Fdlth Carlhcart
is husband keeps an agreement on
, id Into hy himself and .ludgo W. H.
j thx thin morning. Cartlicart has
1!d to take his obstreperous wife
Eriiuton, Wyo. An officer has been
pttd t6 rcc that the couple Is placed
u fitlbonnd train
V4 few exceptions no woman In Og
i hi brrn under arrest more times
M lira. Cartlicart. Her favorite of
n It drunkenness. When arraigned
Jslte Herder's court this morning
i tot only pleaded guilty to the usual
Lt. but admitted that shn hunted
I t'ighborhooil for her husband while
tius to a fire escape, fearing she
U raxry out her threat to cut his
mwt. Tho wife weighs almost three
I ' GREEKS CALLED HOME.
Mini Summons Its Scattered Son3
j for Balkan War.
!, Mil to The Tribune.
I fcpp Oct. I In a mcssaco received
Ui Greek embassy at Washington.
t many natives of Greece who make
twne In Osdon are called upon to
fand take up arms against the
! Tho order calls for all Greeks
wvtd as soldiers from 1000 to 100D;
! members of tho first, second,
ycnth and elghtth corps who
Juled to service in 1010 and 1011.
BJI for officers includes all those
mce between 1S0C and 101 1. The
ffovernmcnt is especially desirous
rating sailors who formerly fought
"ic colors of Greece.
W1 atronp, lmvo good appctlto and
n. sleep soundly and enjoy life,
Kwrdock Blood Bitters, the great
WF twle and builder,
ff'lflii Itch" Scratch! Scratch!
afrif. The more vou scratch tho worse
ML n Try Roan's Ointment. It
mV., ' r':'i'"a. any skin itching. All
BJ'.j'ftr leads to chronic dyspepsia
KanipatIoii weakens tho -wholo sys
Kri ..."Wcts (-5 cents per box)
wion r t0t,e tl,c 8l0,r,acl1' cure
5j,Ws croup. Willie's' daily cuts
!-. mammas sore throat, grand
aane3s Di Thomas's Eclectic Oil
J Peat household remedy.
fe' Gym Slippers . . . .$1.25
Wfr Velvets nnd Patent $5.00
Bwiful Variety Tans, Pat
alsi Gun Metal and Velvets,
now Shoes, well worth
,Shes to fit everybody.
West third south
BULL MOQSERS HOLD
Weber Progressives Divided
on Plan lo Name Coun
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN". Oct. 4. The Progressive
voters of Weber county will be addressed
by NephI L.. Morris, candidate for gov
ernor on the Bull Moose ticket, when
they assemble In this city tomorrow to
nominate county candidates. The con
dition will open at 11 o'clock tomorrow
morning and the speech by Mr. Morris
will bo delivered at 2 o'clock, in the after
noon. Not moro than four candidates have
cen been mentioned as possible timber
for the ticket. There Is a rumor of dis
sension in the Progressive ranks, some
or tiic i prominent Roosevelt supporters
not taking kindly to the plan of placing
a. county ticket fn nomination. They are
2!?ilon,?0,I'9,t.l8l,cd wUh national, state
and Judicial tickets, but believe that nom
inating candidates for countv offices is
stag'e th nght t0 f"r aL U,ls carly
According to William Glaamann, the
nnr?rTlvr V111 '"augurate thd" ca.n
,n tWebcr county next Tuesday.
u,IcJ m,ect,nBs w"l bo held throughout
the bouthcrn section of the county. Par
ley P. Chrlstcnsen of Sajt Lako will be
the principal speaker. George N. Law
rence, Bull Moose candidate for attorney
Tlmrsd SPCak ,n th0 cou,ny on
REGISTRY AGENTS APPOINTED.
Five Days Remain for Registration of
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 4 Five days remain for
the registration of those who have not
already registered for the November elec
tion. The dales are October S, 0, 15, 20
a i O., .making next Tuesday the next
registration day. Contrary to a general
belief, it Is not necessary for all citizens
to register In order to vote November B
Those who voted at the laat city elec
tion or the county oloctlon two vcars
ago win, find their names on the list. It
will be necessary to reregister, however,
u there lias been a change In residence
from ono district to another slnco the last
The registry agents and tho nddrcsscs
at which they may bo found are as fol
First district May I,. Shipp, M Thirty
Second district Alico Collins. 20S3 Pin
grco. Third district Maryettc Griffin. 330
Fourth district Addle Angcll. 12fi Pop
lar. Fifth district Margaret A. Moycs, 2120
Sixth district L,illa. Kenncdv, 2.15 Reed.
Seventh district Leila Watson. 2330
Eighth district Anna Power. 637 Can
Ninth district Nettle Drumlller, 440
Tenth district Christina Harrop, 2SC
Eleventh district Elizabeth Fife, 2122
Thirteenth district Mrs, Anna. John
ston, 751 Twenty-fourth.
Fourteenth district May Bowman, 050
Fifteenth district Clara May Browning,
Sixteenth district Mrs. Mary Jones.
Seventeenth district Annie C. Miller.
Burch Creek J. A. Stephens.
Eden Virgil Stalllngs.
Farr West Olcna J . Homer.
Harrlsvlllc W. II. Lowder.
Hooper, No. 1 J. H. Fowles.
Hooper, No. 2 Mrs. 13. George Parker.
Huntsvllle John A. Ncw-ov.
Kanesvlllc II. P. Green.
Liberty John Brown.
Marriott Caleb Parrv.
North Ogden Ed Marshall.
Pleasant view William Shaw.
Plain City J. B. Carver.
Randall James Llnford.
RIverdale Joseph Fife.
Roy D. J. Hammon.
Slalervlllc Hazel Hudman.
Uintah W. R. Stoddard.
Warren Walter Waymont.
West Weber, No. 1 Ephraim Hlpwell.
West Weber, No. 2 Ed Clark.
Wilson Daisy Thompson.
Schools at Warren Closed Because of
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 4. An order closing the
public school at Warren and prohibiting
any public gatherings there was given to
day, following Investigation of the death
from diphtheria of Miss Afton Waymcnt.
aged 11 years, yesterday.
Tho Investigation, which was made by
County Commissioner Oscar R. Madson
and County Physician J, W, Pldcock, dis
closed the fact that the disease has pre
vailed in Warren district for weeks past.
Several cases havo been placed under
strict quarantine, but practically every
family In tho settlement has been exposed.
Previous to tho death of the Waymcnt
child the affliction was not supposed to
bo more serious than sore throat. William
Mathors, tho health ofTlcer, acting under
Instructions from the county authorities,
hopes to check a serious spread of tho
Funeral services for the Wayment girl
wcro held on the lawn at the family homo
at S o'clock last evening. Bishop W. T.
Taylor conducted the services. Interment
was made at Plain City.
KILLS NINE MILLION FLIES.
John Felt, Jr., Likely Winner of Swatting
Contest In Ogden.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct 4 Although tho final
a-warda have not been mado it seems cer
tain from the report of Sanitary Inspector
Georgo Shorten to Dr. T. B. Bcatty that
John Felt, Jr., will win the Weber county
prlzo for the greatest number of files
caught daring the campaign inaugurated
bv tho stato board of health. With a
total of O.307.S0O flics to his credit Felt
leads the Weber county delegation and
thn number may seuuro him tho grand
Ptato prize of $100. The county award Is
''other Wnhcr county competitors and
their 'catch" are. as follows; Herbert
Husband. North Ogden. 2.S00.400: J. C.
Brown Ogdcn, 767.000: Francis Hawkins.
West Warren. 134,000; Ray Blodgett,
North Ogden. SO.COO; Ellen Solbold. Ogden,
03.000: Almoda Stanley, Taylor, 51,200. K,
Streoter. Ogden, 10,200: A- Gravlatt. War
Bull Moose- Candidate WedE.
Sproltl to The Tribune.
nnnrv Oct. 4. U required but . ihori tlra
t Charfco A. Wcir n1 Ml MauU Mill.,
nf Salt LVe. to cirr7 out lliflr mitrlmoiiUI
Sum Xr I" "rrlve1 In, 0rl'n, Ul"
fhf. t ernoon. ero united In mrrlM nd r
urU TVaou t S o'clock lhlf weni. Th.
OGDEN MEN PLAN
Merchants and Officials Unite
to Obtain Better Lighting
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 4. Through the co-opcra-.
tion of tho merchants and tho city com
missioners, a plan has been perfected
whereby the business district of Ogdcn
is to be lighted in a manner which will
make It one of the best lighted cities or
the country. The district to rccclvo con
sideration In the new lighting scheme Is
Twenty-tlfth street between Wall and
Washington avenues and Washington
avenue between Twenty-second and
When tho Ogden Rapid Transit com
pan5' removes Its trolley poles trom the
center of the streets, ornamental poles
arc to be placed along the curb lines.
Throughout tho district designated thcro
will be fourteen poles to each block and
each probably will carry a regulation
street arc light.
The local traction company is to fur
nish tho poles, the Merchants Light &
Power company will furnish the current
and keep the poles In repair, and tho
city will pay for the current used. A
committee, composed of A. P. Blgelow,
A. T. Wright and C. U. Holllngsworth.
has been working on the plan and will
confer with the business men In an effort
to secure their further co-opcratlon. The
business Interests may bo called upon to
stand a share of the expense for the
additional current required.
FALL PROVES FATAL.
Hod Carrier at Work on Scaffold Tum
bles; Dies Within Hour,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. I. Ncls T. Brostrom, a
hod carrier who lived at 521 Seventh
street, was fatally Injured whlio at work
on the Ecclcs power plant In Blacksmiths
Fork canyon near Logan today. He fell
from a scaffold and received a fractured
skull, dying at tho Logan hospital about
an hour after the accident He Is sur
vived by a widow, flvo sons and two
daughters. The body will arrlvo in Og
dcn tomorrow morning and the funeral
services will be held here.
ThlB Is the third accidental death that
has occurred to members of the Bros
trom family within the past two years.
A son wa s killed on the Lucin cut-off
two j-oars ago, and Joseph Murray, a son-in-law,
was crushed to death under an
automobile at Marriott in June of this
Michael Kimmercr Dies.
EptcUl to Tho Tribune.
OGDE.V. Oct. i. Mlchsfl Klinmemr. vhoie
rrlnttvcr. ,irf monc ttie nioit prominent resident
of rhIUdoIpula, Pa , died at his home. 130
ternon avruur. early tills niornlns. His dcalu
nK- duo to Rtneral debility. Born In Ohio, No
vember H, 1530, Mr. Klmmerer resided la Penn
ylvnlii lor twenty years, then camo In t;ult,
rcaldlni; In Osden Mncc that time. Thn wldoiv
survives Mm. Tllehop D. H. HnMcn will con
dun tho funeral services at the home al 2 o'clock
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. i. Simon Bamberser of the Salt
TjVo &. Ocden Railway company declares thai
It Irt next to Impomlble lo secure mon for ron
atructlon TforV, He I runhlnf; work on thn
double-tracking: of his clectnu una between San
Lake, and ORdrn, but cannot ryecure men. While
hn would bo ablft to vtn J(V- lio has not been
able to hire mor than dozen.
Judicial Candidates Campaigning.
SpkcIM to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Oct. i. Judses J. A. Howell and N.
J. Harris trill apeafc at tho regular meeting of
tlio Women's Republican club of Wrber county
tomorrow afternoon. The meeting will be held
In the Republican hcaduartcm on Hudion ayc
nu. There -Kill bo reveral raualcal numbers in
addition to tho speaklnc
Stump Campaign Planned.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDn.S", Oct. H. Member of the Republican
executive and county centrnl committees will hold
a meotlng at 10 o'clock tomorrow inorulnc to ar
range the Kpoecb-maklng programmo of tho cam
paign In TVobur county. Tho meeting will b
held at the headquarters on Hudson nrenun.
Fow DayB More for Johnson.
Sprclal to The Tribune,
OODEN". Oct 4. Harry Johuaon. colored, was
rentencrd today to rcrve an additional ten days
In the city Jail for Attempted ejicnpe from the
chain gang yesterday nftornoon. Johnson was
arrested by Officer John Cooney three hours nftcr
ho had allpped thn clmlns from his enklcj and
escaped threw bullets from tho revolver ot Guard
Much to Be Done Before the
Reorganization Will Be
That the complete reorganisation- of
the Tclluride Power company is still to
be accomplished Is apparent In a state
ment Issued yesterday from the office
qf Vice President and General Mana
ger 3'. B. Sawyer.
When tho annual meeting of stock
holders of tho company took place- In
Tollurlde, Colo., on October 1, ono of the
most important matters for considera
tion was tho authorisation of a stock
Issue of sufficient amount to meet the
growing needs of the company. It was
Froposed to Increase tho capital stock
rom UO.000.000 to 120.000.000, the In
crease to bo In the form of 7 per cent,
cumulative, non-voting preferred stock.
According to the f-tatcmcnt. all tho
stock was not represented at tho Tcllur
ide meeting, and, therefore, no action
could be taken with reference to tho
proposed preferred stock Issue, which can
bo made only In thn event of unanimous
consent of the stockholders.
Action on the question of tho removal
of tho principal place of business also
was postponed, but dissolution was
voted, and tho proper officers directed
to file and publish necessary notice. At
a. meeting of the directors here. It was
decided, that In accomplishing dissolu
tion, tho old company Is to bo sold at
public auction at Tclluride. Colo., on
November IS. The minimum figure of
purchase Is fixcl at jr.,250,000. The pur
chase of the old company by the new
la meroly a. process of reorganization.
When tho unanimous vote of all the
stock of tho company Ib available, the
nroDOHed removal of tho principal place
of business of the company to Denver
and tho authorization of th preferred
stock Issue will be acted upon. Names
of the new officer and directors of tho
company appeared in these column in
Whatever plans the new officials may
havo In connection with other hydro
electric projects In tho west, or wjth ln
tcrurban projects, liavn not been mado
known, and will not bo until the re
organization of the company progresses
THE WANT AD CHANGES ABE
Cheap, forceful, reliable. Thousands
read tbem every day.
STRAW VOTE SHOWS
J. B. Moreton, Back From
Eastern Trip, Talks of Po
T. B. Moreton, formerly city council
man and now local representative of
the National Surety company, has re
turned from New York, where he at
tended as Utah's delegate the annual
national convention of company fien
cral agents and offtcialg, September H
to 21. Mr. Moreton was accompanied
by his daughter, Miss Ethel Mof'toj.
and both made a pleasure tour of the
oast following the convention.
Mr. Moreton said that an interesting
foaturc of the convention, aside from
the discurstons. was the taking of a
straw vote on the presidential election,
each state representative or representa
tives voting for the candidate held
most likely to win in their respective
states. Utah's straw vote was cast for
President Taft. There were 100 surety
According to Mr. Moreton. the re
sult of tho straw vote was as follows:
Wilson. 57; Tnft. 27. and Roosevelt, III.
Many of those who cast their voles for
Wilson, said Mr. Moreton, ivcrc Repub
licans, but made allowance for the di
vision of the Republican national vote.
Mr. Morelpn declares that, public senti
ment evidenced that Wilson and Taft
were both gaining ground, while Roose
velt was losing strength. In the west.
Mr. Moreton said. Roosevelt seemed to
be stronger. Mr. Moreton also said that
Roosevelt appeared to bo stronger iu
New .Jersey than Mr. Wilson.
Mr. Moreton 's opinion is. however,
that the whole country is very uncer
tain as to its political convictions,
which will l)c determined only by the
Mr. Moreton and Miss Moreton were
enthusiastic over the roads of Xew
Jersey, declaring them to be the best
in the country. At Perth Amboy. N.
J.. thev spent a pleasant brief time
with J. Chas Ross, formerly general
manager of the Utah Gas & Coke com
pany here, who is now in tho furniture
business in New Jersey.
All through the cast, said Mr. More
ton. business seemed to be holding up
well, and was less affected bv politics
than heretofore. TTc asserted that Salt
Lake was tho "best city" in the whole
PUSHER OF PENCIL
SALT LAKE BOOSTER
Charles Stevens Partrldc. correspond
ent of the Washington Herald, represen
tative In the National Irrigation congress
of the Chamber of Commerce of the
United States and special writer for tho
official publication of that bodv. left Salt
Lako Cltv last night for Washington.
D. C, after a visit of three days. This
was Mr. Partridge's first visit to the city
and his favorable Impression will no
doubt be made public by means of print
While Mr. Partrldgo's visit was In no
way connected with extension of the
chamber of commerce he represents, the
fact that the local Commercial club re
cently started negotiations for member
ship In that organization created Interest
in his visit.
"The United States Chambrr of Com
merce was orsranlzcd at the National Com
mercial conference held In Washington
lost April upon call by President Taft."
said Mr. Partridge, shortly before leaving
last night. Seven hundred delegates,
representing r02 commercial organizations
of tho country attended.
"The object of this organization Is to
obtain by moans of referendum vote an
Intimate knowledge of the country's busi
ness sentiment. It alms to act as a clear
ing house for business opinion of all the
organized commercial bodies."
Will Rotum to Work.
BUTTE. Mont.. Oct 5. President M
M. Donohue of the Montana Federation
of Labor said today that the miners af
filiated with the United Mine Workers
of America, who laid down their tools
In all Montana coal mines last Monday,
pending the adoption of a new wapc
agrcoment, would accept the proposed
scale and work would be resumed next
SALT LAKE THEATER "A Ro
mance of the Underworld." All
week. Matinee Saturday.
ORPHEUM THEATER Advanced
vaudeville. Performances every aft
ernoon and evening.
COLONIAL THEATER Willard
Mack, ..Marjorle Rambeau and asso
ciate players In "Tho Man From
Home." Curtain at S lo p. m. Mat
inee this afternoon.
EMPRESS THEATER Sulllvan-Con-sldlne
vaudeville. Matinee dally at
2:30. Two evening performances,
7:30 and 9:15.
The following theaur notices are ruarVcd.
"advertisement" tn order lo comply with
strict interpretation of tho new federal news
paper la-. They are not raid for.
rWIE Colonial Is putting the final
JL touches to Us preparations for one
of the feature events of its season there
next week In the production of "The
Strength of the Weak," the play which
Florence Roberts starred In so success
fully and which has never boon seen lo
cally at popular prices. The engagement
opns Sunday night ul the Colonial and
Miss Rambau If to play the rolo made
famous by Misa Roberts, while Mr- MhcIi
will be seen as her lovor. Richard Adams.
It In not often that so thoroughly good
a bill as tho one being presented nt the
Empross this week Is grouped under one
head and played at one then tor. This
week It would be hard lo pick the hcad
llnor If one was not given a programme
and allowed to ascertain by this medium.
First the bill provides tho big act railed
"A Boat House Party." presented by a
numbor of pretty girls, dressed in elab
orate costumes nnd surrounded by gor
geous stagn settings. Other acts on tin
bill are of excellence and surf to please.
The United Statin Marine band, the
greatest military and concert band In the
world, recently secured permission from
tho president for an nxietided tour
through tho states. On Its way to tho
Pol-iflc coast It will also visit this city
and delight the people with ono of its
suporb concerts on Thursday, October 10.
Tho fiuno of this matchless band has
gono to the farthest conflncs of tho land,
from Maine to the Rio Grande and from
tho Atlantic to tho Goldrn Gate, but
comparatively few of tho 00.000,000
Americans havo had an opportunity to
cnJov one of Its performances. At thn
capital of thn nation no Important offi
cial function but Is mado more attrac
tive by tho Marino band It ha head
ed even' inaugular parade and ploed
at, every Inaugural ball for morr than
half a century. Itn strains ha' lent add
cd dignity to the inauguration of every
6loakMtMome. 1 I
I 258-260 MAIN ST. I
I Only 15 Days in Which to Close Out I
A $30,000 Stock I
I OF NEW FALL AND WINTER j I
I SuitSy Dresses and Coats. I
POSITIVEL Y RETIRING FROM BUSINESS j I
IWe open for business in Los Angeles, H
Cal.y Oct. 21 sly at 523 Broadway. j I
Entire stock must be sold at once. I
For quick action we have cut prices half. I I
All Suits, Dresses and Coats half price: I
$30 values $1590 $65 values $32.50 I
$35 values $17.50 $75 values $37.50 8
$40 values $20.00 $80 values $40.00 I I
$45 values $22.50 $85 values $42.50 1 I
$50 values $25.00 $90 values $45.00 8 I
$60 values $30.00 $95 values $47.50 I I
$100.00 values $50.00 9 I
Prices on entire stock of Tailored and H
I Trimmed Hats are cut one-third off t H
regular prices: I H
$12 Hats . . $ 8-00 $20 Hats . . $13.50 I
$15 Hats . $10.00 $25 Hats . . $16.70 I
$18 Hats . . $12.00 $30 Hats . . $20.00 I
IForsythe and Max Held Waists half price. H
Onyx Brand Hosiery one-fourth off reg. prices. 1 H
Hair Ornaments and Hand Bags half price. I H
Salt Lake Realty Owners Company
Notice Is herfby gJvcn that at a meet
ing of the board of directors of Salt
Lake Realty Owner. company, held on
tho 2nd (lav of October, JM'-1. an assess
ment of flvn (5) cents per share was
levied upon tho outstanding capital stock
of the corporation, payable Immediately
tn J. Frank .ludge. secretary. No 30P
South Main street. Salt. Lake City. Utah.
Any stock on which this assessment may
remain unpaid on Wednesday, November
6th, 1912, will ho delinquent and adver
tised for salo at public auction, and un
loss payment Is made before, will ho
sold at my offlco on Monday, December
lfith. lDia. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m..
to pav the delinquent assessment, to
gether 'with the cost of advertising and
expense of mIc.
J. FRANK JUDGE, Scrrotary.
First publication October 3rd. 1012.
president within that period. At the
New Year's receptions at the White Iioupc
and tho many other !odal gatherings In
that historic mansion It Is a never fnil
Ing Bourcc of pleasure- Its weekly con
certs nt the capital and In the White houe
grounds aro attended by thousands dur
ing the summer reason, and the concerts
at the marine barracks in the magnificent
hall built by th government for this
fiurpo.e are graced by this elite of Washi
Tonight will see the close of ono of
thn record works, both from quality of
bill and quttntlty of box offlro receipts
viewpoints, in the history of the Or
pheum. This afternoon and evening will
the the last opportunities to see W. C.
Flcldf. Mrs. Gene Hiighs, Charley Caac
and all thn rest of the acts on the bill de
signed to drive away dull care. Tho
nw bill. hiidd bv that hlc laughing
Miecess. "Th Piano Movers." In which
Kdmond llayc., thi original "wlso gu."
supported by a rapabWi company, is des
tined to make a big hit. Advance- notices
from Ogden proclaim the new hill to be
another big scream throughout.
Falurday' programme at the Mohcyv
theater offers a. rich variety In motion
pictures. "Tho Geranium" Is a story of
great heart Interest to the roaring farci
cal subject of "Nursle and the Knight."
"Bad Pete'H Gratitude" Is a western sub
ject full of the tuMial thrills and climaxes.
Bedi-lia and Her Neighbor" Is a side
splitting farre that depicts the trotil-les
of an Irlnh woman with her colored neighbor
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S. Restore Gray. Streaked or
tV5Vi Rleached llilr or Moustacho
lntinUnoutly. Olvcs any ihido
from Light drawn lo fMtck.
Trl Ooaa not wh or rvb (. Con
Ktrk tains no poisons and Is not sticky
riorsreasy, Sold by all dnijiUts, '
or wo trill send you a Trial Sti for 20c, posrpild,
lirse tiro (elsht timet a much) fOc. If your dnirrtit
don't tell It send direct to ux. Send tho yellow
wrarjeter from two bottles purchased from a dnijlst
tuid wo will elv you a full-stio bottle for nothing
WALNUTTA CO, 2200 Clark Ave., St. Louis, Mo. j
For sale by Schramm-Johnauii, Drujja,
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