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1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER Sf 1012. 7
jircctor of Governor Har
mon's Party Enthusiastic in
Compliment to Road.
'Tbc Union Pacific is the best road
fr irbicb r ever have ridden," said
E, McCarry, general superintendent
south wcEt system of the
vlvania lines, who parsed through
lit llako Citv yesterday with t-ovornor
K , Hnn5on of OW. Mr. M
dr. whoso headquarters aro in
ilam'bus. 0., is fakinjr Governor Ilnr
n0 f San Francisco, -where he will
(k out a ?itc for the Ohio building.
M'Ytt Pv wliieli is traveling in Mr.
& JfCv"fl private ar, flonsistf of the
3 '.-ffrnor and members of bin stail" and
-uvfral railroad representatives.
-f 7 Ofher Tailrond men -who came into
i !,fc ,ako City rritli the Ohio party
.1 Grrrit Fort, passenger traffic man
's! Mm for the Orcpon Short Line and
"it Uniou Pacific; T. F. Fitztforald.
4 i'jtrict passenger aenf. for the Wash
's ijrfon Sunsot Route; "Hurl Z. Giblon,
3 .IfiTdwe pawencer. ' afiont for the
W ;Ption Fnciiic, and F, C. Lat.hrop, as-
'Want poncral passenger aprcnt for the
J sonthcrn Pacific.
l jfr. Fort stopped in Salt Lake City,
2Wd after a fow days hero .-will return
5Jrj big headquarters in Omaha. The
sMMer p35Joncor men will accompany
(kk vera or Barmon and party to San
-W'TrmeiEco and rofcnriL
!! Maiiderfield. Returns.
. J. H. Manderflcld. assistant jroneral
frrfjfht nnd passenpor accent for tho Salt
UiJ Ilouto, Trho, accompanied by his
lifr, tvent to Denver to attend tho annual
iwvtntlon of the American Association
Lfr8tn?er Agent r, returned yesterday
Wtrtnoon. Iln reports a ood time and
i u Intcre'tlng two days business FesBion
' i! Hie convention. After the business was
!ew.clulcd the other delegates entered
i kto a. f-cncral good time and those who
I'jnM not Hparn the time returned to
Eilr headquarters. Mr. Mnnderfleld la
hliuslastlu In his prnlHo of the Denver
I Railroad Notos.
milder Miliar, secrcUiry of the exec-
committee of the llariiman lines,
J". M. Looml", general solicitor for thG
m Piiclflc a- Omaha, are in Salt Lake
to attend the annual stockholders'
Iln? of tho Union Pacific That will be
In the ofIces of W. H. 13ancrort to
nd also to uttend tho annual rnent
of the stockholders of the Oregon
:t Line, which will be held in tho
t office? TVcdncsday. Mr, Millar Is
nipanlcil by his daughter, MIhs Bessie
C Pfck, general passenger agent for
fait Lalce Route, and B. L. Lomax,
user traffic manager for the West
Pacific, passed through Salt Lake
yesterday on their return to tbe
t after attending tho annual con
Ion of the American Association of
imicer Agents thai wm hold In Den
, C Bush, traffic manager for the
railo Midland, was a visitor In Salt
e City yesterday. Ho came hore to
t his wife who was returning from
f&rnla. and returned with her to Den-
it a meeting- of the Salt Lake City
icicrs associaiinn held in tho zym
inra assembly of tho high school
tera'ay afternoon the followincr of
in were olocted: President, Miss
rjpxct JlcVichic of the high school;
i president, W. J. McCoy f ,'llc J01"
son school; treasurer, HbtoM J.
arcs, principnl of tlie !R.iversido
ool; secretary, fjss 15. E. Bond,
of school, corresondonee seorctary,
is Maud Paul; executive coramitteo,
! OualtroiiKh, high school, chair
; Mr. GaiTot. hijrh school; .r. Fred
acrson, and M'ifiis Sadie Tfosser. mem
The city organization is affili-
with the 'national association and
Mlifrs of it wore ronponsiblG for the
I'onal convention meeting here next
11 Charge IUcgal Sales.
ir, JnplalnlK wore Issued yesterday' by
'Bt emny attorney's office charging
'iBp0 '-afcr, Commercial 3treot, and
liMFW n,!(:d' Basl Second South
'jMFNt. with selling liquor without a
JwMrs. Reed of Peoria, III.,
' Escaped The Sur
1 W peon's Knife.
et fm?' '-''I'wish to let every one
tS Compound has done
VinfiH$; forme. For tvroy ears
aHSliSP 1 Buffcrofl- Thc rfoc"
jf. B7 an on'y remedy
.. fljBhs 15 was the surgeon's
iK- JB$ knife' My mother
bought me Lydia E.
0MM990 Pinkham'a Vegeta
BK'Mij Compound, nnd
fi VwlItnWl d today I am a -woll nnd
A'J) 'months I sufiered
v 'SKI mat'on' anc yur Sanative
flKS Gloved me. I am glad to tell
''''iHrjB- WEt your mcmcne3 havedono
'''iSK 'ou can Uflft my test'mori'B' ,n
""STtB; y you wish 811(1 1 w'11 be lad
SSaB'er letters."-Mrs. CuniSTrNA
.TF' 105 Mound St Ponrin Til.
"'""JK' Lygch Also Aroidcd
ift' JyP, Pa.-" After tbe birth of my
.ijBLj i ' 'd severe organic infiam-
' "IBl'j-j7011 naveauch terrible peins
&$Ki A f d not 3eem aB tnogh I could
rKlil iB kcPt UP for three lo"
fflm2r uhtll two doctors decided that
t?(llle of my friends recommended
54H5 inkhani'E Vegetable Com
ylKii r kin? it for two months
SjJKJ jj" oman."-Mrs. JofJErH A.
Bn who s1161, iam female ilia
JS1E5LLydia K P'nkhsm'a Vegeta
Mnn ' onft of tno most 8Uccesa"
$3Mfc fr8 UK world has ever known,
KT wbroitting to a surgical opera-
or Dust. Threo nlghLs Knd a Wed
ORPIIISUM TTTRATER Advanced
yandevlllo. PrrormanceH cvry af
ternoon and evening.
C O p N I A L, TH KATER Wlllard
Muck, Marjorio Rambeau and asEo
clutc playcrn in "Tho Strength of
the Weak." . Curtain at 8:15 p. m.
E!tfPRICSS TrilSA'J.'ER Siillivnn-Con-"Fldlnc
vaudeville. Matinee dally at
j".0. Two evening performances.
7!ol and 3:15.
WHEN the curtain fell on the
third act. of "The Grain of
Dust" at tho Salt Lako theater last
nijflit James K. ITaekett was Teeallcl
three times. That w.'ts an ordinary
tribute to a. jjood act or. When tho cur
tain foil on tho last act and thu
audience should have followed its usual
custom of stampeding for the exits it
remained to applaud, and. Hnckott was
Uain recalled thrco timcB amid an in
creasing' atorm of acclaim. That was
an. extraordinary tributo to a great
As often an New York will let him
Mr. Hackett gets away to shed his
splendor among thoso of us in. tlie
"provinces" who hungor and fchirj-t
after good acting. Cn this Instance
there is a most fortunate- combination
of a ytrong actor and a strong play.
And ,iust as a great artlsl; is nioro in
teresting than a great play, so Mr.
Hackett is more admirable than even
this wonderful "Grain of Dust."
A facinating little typewriter Is the
grain or dunt that blown Into tbe yes
of a ilch young lawyer, who represents
one of tho srculnat financiers of New
York, lnaac "Burroughs. Frederick Nor
man, tho young lawyer. Ib engaged to
Josephine- "Burroughs, the financier's
daughter, but. throws her over for the
typewriter. The result Is a pitiless war
fere waged on tho young man by Bur
roughs and his interests. Juet us the
lawyor is apparently crushed , beyond
hope of recovering lilo power and riches
he Ib retained by the groat roc or tno
Burroughs interests. But now hlu wife,
believing herself to bo the causa ot all
his woes, quitii him aud hides herself
In an obscure officii in Harlem, where
she carau her living once more as a
typewriter. Tho playwright has calcu
lated her character with great care. She
la, an Burroughs hna said, a grain
of dust that ban blown into Xorman's
even and sot up a great inflammation.
In nowisa does Fho a.ppear worthy of buch
a. conquering gonlus. But ho loves tier
When Hhe desertB hint she wrlton an ln
eipld note saying that "It will bo better
Tor uh both." She quits him in Lhc hour
of his failure and dlstreaa and returns
to him when ho is again rich and power
ful. A. grain of dual,, indeed. But u ne
were a luiroino tins play would lose half
its similrtcanc. She la the out wealo
lieFS of ft strong man. Ills best friends
can Fcoreely forgive him lor that. But
though she sacriilces--"nothlng for 111 in
he is willing to saorMoe all Tor hor and
to forgive hor in the bargain.
Th laul act reveals Norman tho vic
tor and Burroughs tho defeated. No
persuasion can move Norman to save
Burroughs from utter ruin. Josephine
Burroughs and hor father call on Xor
nian as a. list resort and humiliate thom
.slvos before him, but ho Is unmovod.
Then his wife, who has returned un
Icnown to him. asks mercy for tho boaten
old man. After a moment's hesitation,
Norman softens and all his resolution
melts llko wax In the flro of bis love.
Last scene of all. the forgivenesn or tlie
wire and the wlfo weakly whining that
she has learned to lovo htm.
It Is one of those gripping American
plavs that are growing so numerous.
Through Its iron veins pulses the elec
tric power or American life, but it Is n
contained and controlled power. To en
act such plays renulrcn tho highst iitij
tvonlc ability. A romantic drama is child :i
plav to such an intenso and sable drama
as '"The Grain of Dust." There can bo
no swashbuckling, no bombast, no strut
ting, no tearing a passion to tatters.
There must be a repressed power in all
til' i. 4h..t r.-nnlrl Vivnalc the
hoart, or at least a blood vessel, of a
The play iu Qlled wHh vital characters
that require Just such high histrionic--kill
and it is a compliment to Vlackctl
to sav that ho has surrounded tumselt
with a. company of artists. To analyze
tho art of the men and women who pre
sent each role so vividly and Impressrve
ly would be superfluous, but tho writer
cannot refrain from giving at the least
the poor meed of mention to Krazer Coul
ter as isnac Burroughs, Fred A. Sullivan
as William Tctlow, the unfailing friend
of Frederick Norman; Frank Burbeck as
tho suave and courtly senior member of
thf legal Hrm that represents tho Bur
roughs interests. Olive Oliver as Mrs.
Clavton Fltzhugb. who la Norman's sis
ter," nnd Beatrice Bcckley as iJoi'olhy
Ilallowell. who is "the grain of Oust."
The follnwJnc tlimlrr notices r rarl(nl
ilvortlnnrainl" In cnl'r to cmnplr wlUi
trlft IntorprcUtlou of thi now fedrrnl neT
pspr Thr r not paid for.
Edmond Hayes, the oomedian of orig
inal ideas nnd pocullar inothods who Is
creating hilarity nt the Orphcuni this
wook in his satire upon the much abused
working man under thx caption of "The
Piano ovors,, is tho originator of that
wnll remembered and most popular char
acter "The Wise Guy." ire also will be
remembered aa tho big favorite at the
ofd TA-ceum on Second South nearly twcti
tv vears ago when he used to play heavy
pieces and be tho matinee Idol of the
town. His present vehicle Is along dis
tinctly different lines anil is In Its way.
a novelty In the direction of securing j
laughter loud and long. Pho bill thiough
oul tills week is one that will appeal to;
sill sorts nnd conditions of amusement
The complete production or Mie Vien
nese "operetta. "The J?osc of Paiiauift.
from Daly's theater. New York, will be
broURl't to lh Salt Lake theater Monday
vei In- where It como: for an cnssist
ne, with Chapine, tl.J "ttle Frtnrh
nrimit doinm who scored a disti net ti -umnh
in the principal role during tho
run if the opera on Broadway h.M sea
At ,- writer ot congs and musical show
ii AcrpT there a few better known and
jnol-o noni Mr young men today than
loH.nh E Ilow-ard, who will appear here
In Frldoi' n lght. In "Tho Goddess of r.ib
n? the S" Lake theater. N'o le
Successful as a corned Inn and singer than
a oomiioiier Is Mr. IToward-ho is a born
It Is doubtful If in any production at
hV" Colonial this season, oe splendid an
Exhibition of gowns has been seen among
the" women of tho Mack-Ram bean coin
nany aslB this week In evidence nl li
fflihllnMr Mack's production nt thai
house if "The Strength of the Weak "
ti." pin - in th; mosl 'liU,f,1I-,tr1'
uionnted production at tin 3mi- l. Hu
Col" ! b and MUs nambuau ha alre tdy
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; for an elaborate toilet, yet sensible enough
for the unpretentious dress ; a good, serY-. U
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Most women who use yarn use Fleisher's, be-
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I achieved a very flno success In her char
acterization. As tonight's performaucea mark the
cloHe of the big bill presonted this week at
the impress theater, It will also af
ford tho last opportunity of seeing one of
Salt Lake's dainty comediennes in her
original act "BltH of Musical Comedy,"
assisted by lr. Von Hampton. She Is
dainty in mauner and her lino of work
gives" .every opportunity to see her at
her best. Other excellent acts round out
Aflor an interval of more than a
decade, during which it bus not visited
the western atatos, and niter the lapse
of noarlv a quarter of a century since
its last "visit to the Paciflo coast, the
United States Titarlno band, thanks to
Urn intercession of a. number of senators
and representatives in congress obtained
the permission of President Taft for a
tour embracing all that part of the coun
try, and on this awing will also como to
Salt Lake. Tho concerts to bo given
hero by this Justly famous band at tho
tabernacle on tho afternoon and evening
of Thursday, October 10, will mark an
epoch In tho musical annals of tho city,
for so seldom is leave granted to the
bund to absent itself from Washington
"Thank Heaven, That
itching Is Gone !"
"One Touch of ZEMO and the Relief
Ib Sublime. Try It, Folks I"
"O my, O my, what a blessed relief.
Horo I'vo been suffering the most
awful lortnro for months, and tried
thingB galore. iJBMO is magic. The
first time I nppH It, all Itching
stopped. Now I can oleep nights, and
Ufo la worth, living."
ZKMO is a new wonder a liquid,
that l:i Riinrnulccd to stop Itching.
Away go eczema, ocr.emn pains nnd ore..
It slops diuidniu" in n hurry. Jt is un
equalcd for prickly beat, irritated nnd
Inflamed skin, kln blotchen, sore?,
bites, stinss and pimples. You can't
find anything like it, simply because
there's nothing like ZEMO known or
; Bold today.
I ZEMO will bo a. nurprioo to you just
as It has been a surprise to thousands
t who have already tried It,
j Don't miss it for 25 cents. VThen
vou have -proven with a 25-ccnt unt
il how remarkable ZEMO Is to your
own satisfaction, then you can buy a
$1 bottle, which contains six timoa as
much as the Co-cent bottle.
ZEMO In sold at drug stores, In 25
cont and ?1 bottles, or cent direct, on
receipt of price, by E. W. Rooo Medi
cine Co., St. LouIb, Mo.
xibiO if -oll iu -iiiv ijako t ity. and
"iiaranleod by f-'chininm Johnson, fi
that ita appearance In any city but tho
national capital is lookud upon uu a spe
cial compliment to the people of the lo
cality thus favored. Tlie United States
Marino band Is as much an Integral part
of the government as arc the army and
tho navy. The leader, WIlHum H. Santcl
mann, Is of a stature which would havo
mude him a fit subject to be Impressed
Into the famous Gronadler Guards of old
Frederick William of Prussia. But. bet
tor than that, Mr. Santelmann is an ac
complished musician, versed on every in
strument of his band, and bcBldes, a
master on the violin and other instru
ments used In an orchestra. As a band
master he has few equals.
The Mohesy theater features for Tucs
dav "Tho Renegiuie," which reveals tho
unfaithfulness of a renegade husband,
wIioeo attompted trtflinc with the sher
iff's sweetheart summarily trips him and
hastens his Waterloo. ''The Letters or
a Lifetime" tells of an Immensely rich
old bachelor nearing life's end. and his
money could not save hlrn. Letters oi
his youth, brought out from their old
hiding place, civo little convolution, and
after frionds have entirely deserted him
because of his miserly ways, a neglected
brother In humble circumstances proves
his best friend In the end, "A Summer
Idyl" Is a splendid comedy drama of love
In tho country.
Hore is a remedy that will cure your
cold. Why waste time and money ex
perimenting when you can get a prepa
ration that bus won a world-wido repu
tation by its cures of this disease and
can always bo dopendod upon? It ia
known everywhere as Chamberlain's
CoueIi "Remedy, and is n medicine of
real' merit. For sale bv all dealers.
Dr. 10, If. Connor, dentist, successor
to Dr. J. W. Tlwin. has taken hree of
I ho ofliec. room 218 Kcanis building.
TO BE ENTERTAINED
Principals nnd supervisors of the pub
lic school held a meeting yesterday morn
ing for the purpose iif dl.-eusslng plans
for the entertainment of the members of
the executive board of the National Edu
cation association who will visit Salt
Lnke Friday fud Saturday. The board
Is coming to the citv for the purpose of
Investigating the. ability of the hotel fa
cilities" to care for the delegates Mo the
convention of the association planned to
be held here next year.
Plans were only partially completed ft
tin- meet ins yesterday, but it is' expected
that a ImiKjuet will be clven Friday ulsht
t the Commercial Huh In their honor.
iilnmoblle rides about the elly and an
rs.in recital at h? tabernacle are also
being nrrnn-ed for.
MARTIN A. BURKE IS
TO TAKE BRIDE TODAY
At 0 o'clock this mnrnlntr, Martin
At Burke, city water assessor, will In
married at St Mary's cathedral to Miss
Kllen L. McMahon, who for several venrr
hn been the secretary of a local buMncss
Employees of the water drpKrtnient
were yesterday plunnlng several "stunts
in connection with tho event. Bishop
Scanlan wllj perform tho ceremony. The
couple will leave at once on a honey
moon trip through Colorado and upon re
turn to this dty will bo nt home at 741
Second East street.
Company Comes to TJtali.
Thi Globe Insurance company of New
York was Issued a penult to do busine&s
In the. state of Utah yesterday by Insur
ance Commissioner WHJard Eone- The
company ia cnplti'iUsed at fI50,000. j
AUTOMATIC SERVICE i
Logan Man Invents Sanitary
Device Ofilcially Adopted
by Mormon Church.
A new Utah product an automatic sac
rament service Invented by Jacob Shaub
of Logan. haH been officially adopted for
use iu the Mormon church. The device
Is manufactured In this state. The in
ventor Mys that several other church
denominations will no doubt adopt it for
uae in communion service.
The sacrament service Is being displayed
at the Deserct Sunday School Colon book
store on East South Temple. It consists
of a filling device, holding HI Individual
cups and serving troys with places for
thlrty-slx cups In each. Tho filling doviee
Is arranged so that tho entire H cups
may be filled with wine or water at one
dip Into a tank. They can then be lifted I
automatically to the serving tray with
out a cup being handled bofore It reaches
Mr. Shaub says he expectB the Mormon
church to use at least .100 sets. Pastors
of several other churches In this Hty In
cluding Temple B'nal Tsracl have ex
pressed Interest In tho service.
WRATH KR KOrtECAST FOP. HALT UVKK
CITY AND THE STATE OP UTAH FAIR. AND
WARMER TUESDAY: WEDNK9DAY TA1R.
ComrirAtli weather dat nt Salt Lkn Cltr,
Oclobrr 7, 1312
Illghen temperature todir 51 decree:
hlRltrst In thla month alnco tT7i wig 8i dezree;
loveu lart nlKhl Kan 37 ilegrew lowest tlit
month Mncn 1S7I was 22 decree: rneao temrtr
4tuis for todny vu tS degree; normal win S?
desrew .accumulated dcflclnncj since Ibo flnl
of tli" month lo IS ilecrrej; accumulate.! defi
ciency jIiicc Janunry 1 1m ZDl dexreea.
Relative liumldltr at r. a, tn. today wH fU)
per cent: relative bumtdtlj it C p. in. lO'lay was
7 per cent.
Tolal prnclpllallon for the twenty-four hours
e.ndlni; at fi p. m, wan nonoj total for tlili
month lu date la 07 of an Inch: accumulated
exrees for IhlR month to date Is .29 of an Inch;
total precipitation nine January I to date Is
H.2f Inrhcn: .ici;urauUt3 exce-w ilnco January 1
la ".07 Inches.
Sun rlnes :S2 n. m.; tun se'.tf 5:55 p.
Ocioticr s, iri:.
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STATIONS. l .
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SALT LAKE 43 I ,'.4 I 57 '
BoUe 56 I o I .".t ' W
Cheyenne. Ml i - .1? I Si i 00
chicaco ft j 3? : ;o .on
Denver ? I 60 I 40 W
Den :.tolns 1 ' 10
Dodfe (Mty K I ' l V
Dniiiti : m &; I :t .00
Durajign ii 40 .1
Grand Junction 5 JS 42 .Oe
Havre 3 .(rf
llftlnna . f-: M 30 .00
Huron Ft SO 50 .un
JarkfonTillr 7S i SJ 00
KanJ I'lty T J I 41 .02
Lander 3 4t I IS .00
Lo:i Ancrl'x ).... M 74 ! .Vi .CO
Mnden SO ' r.2 ' 50 00
MeorhMd TO I 0 I SO J .00
Nv Orlonntl '. I t 72 I.-...
Nv York K2 I 7S I I .CO
North Plnlto :A Ci I 10 I 00
OkUhnma .n ! ' ) I .0
Plioonl-- 'I I 1 51 ' 00
Foratelln H I H ' ZH I .0."
Portland. Or H I ; M K
Rapid City ,'. ) r.O SO J .oo
Roflcbun; fi5 I 74 31 -W
Pan UIcro 1 I ?S !1 I .0"
St. Iiulr. 60 r l i4 I 00
si. rnui r.2 I ; ss ' .no
Sn Kranelco f0 I r. 50 ! .00
Seattle P0 I 44 ' .12
Slid Man 42 I 50 I 22 ! .00
Spokane 5S I 0 j .12 ' .0"
. Tnuopah . 4 I l I 34 I .00
Washington 74 ! J2 ' 5(i I .0o
Wllllaton fO t CO I 30 I .00
1 Wlnqeruucc . 52 I ?S I 32 .00
!rr?, T. C. TTnstler, Graud Tslaud,
Neb., has something she wishes to say
about Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound. "My throe children had a very
severe attack o whooping cough and
suffered greatly. A friend recom
mended Foley's Honey and Tar foni
pouod, and it did them nioro good thau
anything I gave them. I am slad to
recommcud it." Schrainm-.lohnon,
When ou want a rcliablo medicine
for a cough or cold take Chamberlain 's
Cough Kcmedy. Tt can always bo de
pended upon and is pleasant and eafo
to take. For sale by nil dealers.
Sophus C. Peterson and Anna M. Krt
mann. Salt Lake.
James M. Kcall, Salt Lake, Mary Tre
Nathan .fumes Williams and Mary Is'ye.
Roscoc W. CJrow aud Claire Colman.
James W. Gray and Margaret Benin,
Otto ;. Shlpp and ICva l-'onny, Heaver.
Thomas William Ithondcs. Ilanna. and
Kllen C. Selln, Pleasant Orove.
.1. W. Parson and Lillian Most?. Salt
Otto Wolfonshcrgcr, Kc.vburg. nnd Rubj
Frnst Yater, Woods Cross, Loraiila A.
Uurlcnshaw. Klgby. '
.loseph E. Whitehead and Caroline nig
outs, Bancroft, Ida.
Hoy Wlxon, Sharon, I fed wig M. llan
Martin A. Burke nnd Ellen L. Me
Mahou, Salt Lake.
George Panyne. Idaho Falls, Eliza
Parley P. Warnlck and Grace C. Hop
Roland Earl and Bertha P. Oliver. Fait
William S. Gill and Emma L. Shire.
Hoyul C. Hicks, ltaymond, Doni Hanson,
Albert W. Wills and Ellen Burllrion, Salt
John E. Hanson and Edna Mangub-on.
l.CHo.v Turpln, West .Ionian, Eftlc b.
Olson. Salt Lake. i
Leonard Morlcy. Moionl, Lucy Smith.
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I la Crovnng Smaller Every Dsy.
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United States Mmim Band
I OF WASHINGTON, D. C. 8
j Tabernacle Oct. W, '12
MATINEE AND EVENING. I
THE' GREATEST BAND m I '
AMERICA -60 MEH j
Lucia sextette, 50 soloists, 300 in chorus, with band and i
organ accompaniment. Advance seats on sale now, Consoli- jj
- dated Music Oo., Willes-Horne Drue; Co., Bcesley Music Co. J
Hub of fW
ofSaltLakeCity fi j j ;g
Have your office or ilHJvnlv S .
Etoro VHBEE THE iUM52l!l I
PEOPLE ARE, on the jrflMJJ tjf I
busiest cornor, in thc Ll!)3i dlil' I!- 1
tallest, most maguifl- J MJjJjji ifll
cent, best enuipped :itMl .V
buUdlng, with the fin- , ;Jdi llel I III
est surroundings and UM ijjJ, mi
The Mercantile Ar- inljllllaBI,
cades on tho Mezzanine . ,, ,,,,,, , . , .1
and Third floors are r (ffl,'J giJIJt-lM
modem and popular 'iTBTSfPTSi
feature for stores. Rent- g-alfl 1 ar ,
als, $22.50 a month anc fl'fl2fw.
up. Applications ma' "iILl 0
he mado at Walke: QiJnm
Brothers Bankers. "'Lr: l!
m Hard Coal
1 Soft Coal
1 ALWAYS GOOD COAL
H "Peacock" Rock Springs- Coal
H THE BEST.
333 We Retail All Kinds of Coal.
""FEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AHD CHILD "
Mrs. Winslows SooTHtrm svuvr lus be-n
nKeil for over RIXTV YEARS by MILLlONb (0
.MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WIIlLt.
TEliTHING. with PERFECT SUCCESS. V
SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMP.
ALLAYS all PAIN; CURES W1NIJ COLIC, and
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hannles. Re sure end a'k tor Mrs
Win.lo""? Syitlun'; Sjrvp." and ttc no otucf
kind. Twenty.fivc cents a bottle.
TO THE MKMBERS AND STOCK
holdcrs of the First Unitarian Society
of Suit Lake City, Vtah. a corporation -Vou
are hereby notified that a stock-
holders' lanolins is called for October S.
1SU at S p. in.. Mt t3S :nd East streit.
Salt Lalce City. Utah, to determine the'
uuestion of conveying thc. real stale of,
the nlri Klrat Unitarian Society, nt said i
number and street, to tho American J
D. N, KTRAl'P. President.
MRS. A. G MA II AN. Secretary.
f OUNG MEN
for Gaacnhoea and Oleet BetPHirs Okay SpseUt.
It la the ONLY medicina whicb will mr aiih and
twrr cue NO CASK known It hu w failed ti
Car no matter bow ariom cr of howlaaisiasdiaai
Scialta from itt ate will aatoniah ran. .
and dattntion from bciiacss PRICE"
Tribune Want Ads Pull
! Salt Lahs Theatre c7;ef.Sr
I 3 Nights v'&r$' TON GHT .
in the powerful play, t!'
"THE GRAIN OF DUST" j
Louis Eva Shlpiuan'.M dramatization it
of David Graham Phillips' novi-l. Hi
Prices. J5c to i2M. Mat.. 5c lo $ 00. yj
Next attraction: KrI. and Sot , Sat
Mat.. Jos. K. Howard and Mabel Me- ,
'Cane In "The Oodders of Liberty.'
Sale W ednei'la .
;H ALL THIS WEEK D
IVlllard f.larjorie I '
MACK RAMBEAU B (,
AND CO., IN I
"THE STRUNG TH OF
THE WEAK" I
Mats. Thurs. and Sat. H
Next Week The Bret Harte B
POcod Wacatcn ms.
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. i-
ALL TH15 WEEK Uf
Edmond Hayoa and Company
Cfsaro Xesl. 1H
- DcWitt, Burns and Torrencn. Jji.
Von Brother. W
Knur Konerz Brothers. t-'
W'bltflrld and Ireland. h.'.
John Plictrins. J
Orphcum Daylight Motion Pictures. :;
PrlocK Matlnen dully, 13c. C5c, 50n. '
NIlTlit. 25c. oOt.. 75c.
BIGGEST AND BEST SHOW IN TOWN.
Oraater Advanced VaudevlH 1
A ToUlckta-r rotulcal tablald, M
LAST A HOUSE BOAT PARTY. I
TIME Tu pe?Ie. I
TODAY "The Leap Year Girls," 1
9 - Hard Joaselyn a Utah fllrl, I
and Checkers Von Hamp-1
ton; Jsck Allman; Lowal
Sr.". anil Edwards; Joe Cook. I
y ia I Paths' Weekly. I
Reaular 3Cc I Matinee Dally 1 A I
EmpreM 2Cs 500- , 1UC I
rPl!!iiCi li 'nwi"1" f?nv I
"THE RENEGADE," .j
Tom Neuman, a rencBiid husband. H,
moots hlsi 'aterloo when he tries to
win the sheriff 'h sweetheart. j4
"LETTERS -OF A LIFETIME." f
Tbe barhetor of wealth ntumbl-w iy,
aero some old Icttcm. HI reflec- '
tlons make a most unusual picture. w
, "A SUMMER IDYL." iff
A Treat rural comedy full or unap ff I