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nif-: i.r i.aki; iiii,L,M;, Saturday morning, novembcr 3, i2. 9
IMS IS TIKEi
Canadian Sugar Fac
ius; Explains Prices.
, t Trlhuno. ..." - .
'o I.--Thr: i:pul)ltr;inM Itrslil
i tally of tii- mmhjwii li)st ove
CplMkfTH lt: T II. (Tllll'ir lITld
Ilnrx t.rlk was .111 iiinm-ir lu
m.i-f ;il tm l; uii the I ' la 1j -Itl;i lio
ij.iiiv Tlic spi-aki-r Wili!l llwt
h hurl heen tiilllnu Hint l.'ncld
Kill wi jiiyliis more for Ih-mIk
tin- l'tah factories ainl selling
,il a 'oner prlvu .'Mid thin, too.
m yivninirrit protection, ami
tig sitlsf:i' lot y K iiirii.s mi IiIh
ler Nil'J "'f 1 " stork
tiie Caiifidlnii fn-tory mid thai
Thymus' st.it ;imiitR were not
lute,' tlni Hpcakcr said, "was
t; 100.000 acres of valuable liiti'l
nal price as a consideration' for
hf siitrar factory at IJayniOwl.
f-nsc ncteas'.' ho resold at from
rty time" what he paid for it;
.1 cold rltv lots nt 11 much hlslier
io Canadian government also
.1 bonus of Jl P"r ton on all
protYii. on-half of vl1M1 un
infract tntm so to thr- fanner;
deducting lids bonux to Hie
iy arc not pH.ld any more por
iflven to the l."hl heet prow
rsnndlana are payln? a much
than are the. Lohi people for
r. and the Lehj factory made
r hint year thnn Uncle .Jesse has
I the years hla f.n-torv has benn
Iwc has made lots of money
r Canadian lands, horses and
Iip hns not made any monuy
iKor alFO rontnulh-terl tin- stale
the yupar Industry was estab
lish to cheapen price of
t prime object was to ifurnlHli
it and find 0 hotter market for
'! product, and during the life
h sugar factoih'H they not onlv
ll)e i)toplo of I'tah ITi cents
vl puuuils on every fnok of
d diirln?: the last twenty-two
had brousht Into the slate In
nore. ban s7.on.nno.
iker also characterized ns wllh-
MLndatlon Mr Thomas' tMulerjicnt
- - hen sugar wan selHus In Utah for
wax felllnR In Chleuso nt 54.10.
II that Mr. Thomas's lady who pur
?a Miek of Hugar from an eastern
let4 lioii5e nnd ftivcd money nitei1
ttlic freight i-hai-jjes, only to find
ins off the outer sack that the
Wax labeled as the I. eld product,
myth, for Hie reason that the rtah
factories have never branded any
sold in the eastern markets.
Cutler's answer t. the chari;e that
rnn nixar wa.s sold In the east for a
ituu rice (bin in rtah was thai the
f f States was divided Into zones,
tfld SOnc '"u'lns a different price for
IJJC nccordlns to lt.- distance, from the
101 foiuve of the larirest supply. At
cast of Helper the price 1 'J.'i cents
itlian weft of Helper, while, on the
!. ro.iPl the price is higher than In
tlionph nuir ii .if our sugar .conies
r j)i Bull Moose Rally.
I, In The Tribune.
. . NIR1 1 FORK Nov. 1. A Hull
. 'rail'- was held In the omsni house
. iW cvntlne at which K. D. .Mitchell
erO H t l.urym were the principal
ft, Mr. Mitchell, who was the first
n IJS r. ?ald tha' tin- seed of the pro
. e movement was sown twenty
the '0, "Nplained his Idea of the
cw ire between Maudpatlers and pro
e : Republbnn. snvlng Unit
mOSh 'vfK were fir the nooplc whllfi
u,v" itiilpiitters fr the moneyed
jjtson said Hint there wns once
ii jWl"-'" there was a difference bc
tOOli .the Republicans and the Domo-
fltlt Mirny was none now. Hotii
Jntrolled by the Interests, he said.
nt the eommou people. Tuft, he
ill ! Wn5 a" nonest man but was
jllgt" IM by a rout of capitalists. The
' expressed himself as in favor of
3111(1! f and of a refetndimi and a re-
P fui the rally was furnished !
Bhnercliil club baud of Spunlnh
'"vJl. Etta O. Gibson Buried,
a iiTOl Jiervleos for .Mrs. Ella Cliurch
jn, :iq years of tige. wife of David
kb&WSyi' llf'cl at Helper. Utah.
F,'30.. wcru held at the funeral par
id'Bfm... JI'iH & Co.. utiflcrtakcrt".
a 11 o'clock.
KCVN.P' 5A" Klmpkln conducted tlu
nnl IWTn , ilti.sic was furnished bv the
" Pol finartette. "It Is Well' With
diiKK'i i.V.',mv lny" and "Christian's
' Kir11, w,,,'e s,,nK- Services at
r,Jmi ;v'rr.' u'Klcr the auspices of
5 prt"IT of the Kastern Star, inter-
,y nMt. Olivet cemetery.
1 W SURETY COMPANY RE
K CEIVERSHIP. I
eM ,u I l-hcull Conn or Ualtimora
lgCW ptiltloB of the relvrB nied In thi,
JB.TiubS1 0thJ d4' Dl October, lo U)0 yrnr
ot nnj, 10 the creditor! by tho rc-
. -hut th. L. herbj thorliej to nir !
) - MtH, 0, ,oE iut,lhut bon.U at pro-
bf m!,P'?:r,f fubMUuie lond. on
Kl , c,4ltn the pravliloiw
mlTfcir V.rMfm u'lrtH, TOujIdw..!
li. &" finitely tbllIfd.
TellM sU.r. ,DMor 10 November 13.
r 1 n3 lier, i0?r7m of ,4lrt Mellon
r.W7 Bot ""fft th valMtty of tl,
WJBSw livT' i"ot to thcult court
thU nrn. 1f "15 ' ''" oidr now
I. ' J'cie'o net my tnd
i rPK b" ii-" clrrult cour1, lh"
8. H, ROBERTS TALKS
10 PSOra DEMOCRATS
At 1 3 i .s- Rally He c;ritici
. Smofct ifor Qllino" Wilson
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HlhfeT'to 'Jha Trlbunu. '
IMJOVO, JCov. On of tn ro't i-n-lhuliiKtl:
rjiIRf'K 'of the prcHiu)!, i-iimt.a.nn
jwim'liold by tin- Iieinucratx In the J'i.ij
(upuin hous tonlslil. Urlgham II. Hob. i th
j wpjj. thy principal ppunkor The Imofe
, wii crowd im to H CulJ ' capacity. .M..
; nobrls nld he brought Hie report nun
the Ucmvorntlc hoadutmrlciK in Salt I..iUf
thai rtah. Cache. U'tober. Box Kldi.
"I7avl iuid Jjalt Lake. ci,uiitlc wonld lw
a l.'einotratlc ninjutily noxt TiKduv
tilj:lit. lie referred u a wrcasttc inaim. i
to tin; rucuiil spet'Pli of Scr'iator it-ed
Kmool. a reported In the. IJorald-Republican,
wlierclii tho M-nator doorribed
Governor Wilwoti a a 'woi'jt-oul cln"l
Mo took up the proposed amendment
to the ri?dcrul constitution concern hm tlx
Income tax and defonded It. lies referred
to the attention slvcn Hi conniltiillun in
the ctimpalKn. lie said tha Democrats
had lo-eii ebHisei with beln utrict con
sIKutionallsts ;iml suld thai it was in
t err-.stln;; to note that Hie Republican
are nil nt once very solicitous for the
welfare of the constitution.
"While the constitution is srtded." he
pjild, "it should bo amended In tho mime
way It was passed by Inspiration." Con
Llmtlim. he said thafth" DeinocratH also
favorutl the amendment providing fur the
direct election of united Stale? sena
"Wi! hnv(. in A merli n jio rulers but Un
people. The people a're not wily capable
of creatitu: overiiinenl, Uut are capable
of conttollfiiK it." lie read excurpts from
Governor Wilson speech of ncceptnttcc
of the nomination for president and com
mented upon It. lie declared It to be one
of the greatest spuei-hes sliur the tlmO
of .leffeison a ml salil it would introduce
a im'W epiii h in Abierb ii ii hlltu y.
i IDAHO IS HI DOUBT;
KOISK. Idaho. N'ov. 2. Probably no
election In the history of Idaho has caused
such wldcspiead interest in men and Is
uo5. and aroused such bitter partisanship
as well ns developed mi ludepenaenco on
the part of the thinking voter, than Hie
present one. rapidly drawing lo a close.
On Hie eve of the Tuesdny election, lend
ers of the three parlies nre claiming Hie
state for president, governor, their re
spetive stnte tickets nnd I lie legislatures
by overwhelming majorities. Some ot
these claims are extnivagaiil to ?ny the
Norma II v Republican bv n snfe major
ity. Idaho Is gravely doubtful now. Tlnjre
Is ono result of llio Tuesday election thtit
now appears U lie certain ami that Is
I Hint the next legislature will be safely
Republican In both branches, assuring .the
I ro-olcclloi uf Senator William K. P.oiiili
and a second Republican senator to suc
ceed the Into Senator Weldon P.. Iley
burn. The presidential issue is very much in
doubt and n guess for either" Woodrow
Wilson. William Howard Tuft or Theo
dore Roosevelt would be about as near as
the closest student of Idaho politics can
figure out the result. Progressives have
made a handicapped campaign, due to
the Supreme court decision barring tnelr
presidential electors from the official bal
lot, as well as their candidate for con
gressman. They have since been educat
ing the Progressive voters, and (here aro
manv of them In Idaho, lo write In the
names of these eleeiors and congressman
and the big noncommittal vote of this
state may be written in on the ballots.
If It is. parly leaders believe. Idaho can
not be claimed bv iinv of the candidates
bv n large majority
i PRDIO OSS FRANCHISE
fc'perlal to The Tiibuno.
PROVO. No The citv commission
ers. in .session here today, granted the
gas franchise asked bv F. C. Richmond
and A. F. Herlnger, Minor amendments
were made. The franchise Is granted for
j 2."i years. II must be accepted u .10 days.
I Constiuctlon work must begin within 00
days and five mllo of mains must be
laid In one year. The maximum price set
is Si. 150 per thousand, the city lo pet a
graded per cent of gross earnings during
term of franchise. Failure to comply with
any provision for IH) days forfaits the
Boy Drowned nt Pocatcllo.
Spoclal to Tho Tribune
POCATF.L.I.O. Idaho. .Vov. 1. Kounath
Thomas. I -year-old son of Tlcknt Agaht
W. .1. Thomas, was drowned in the Port
neuf rlvr today while playing with u
comrade above thy Fremont street bridge
Utile Kenneth lost his balance nnd foil
Into the river. The crlos of his cotnpnu
ion brought help, hut too Into to save
him. ?.Iany men havo been patrolling and
dragging the stream for tho body, but so
far the body has not been recovered.
Boy Breaks Leg.
Special to Tho Tribune.
TWIN FALLS. Idaho. Nov. 1. Pnyf
Jones, a lad about IS years of age. wns
seriously Injured today wallo riding hi
horse along one of the business sirt
of this city. In front of thb hotel I'errlnc
tile horse' slipped and fell, throwing tho
lad violently to the pavement and result
ing in the breaking of his left leg just
I below the knee and the severe bruising
i of his face and body. Having no rolu
I lives here, tho lad was taken lo th hos
pital to lie cared for.
TODAY'S PROGRAMME ':
AT COMMERCIAL CLUB
The folowing programme will be rati
dertd during today's regular luncheon t
the Commercial dub by an orchestra un
der tho direction of.C D. SchutMer, with
Mips Helen Hartley! as violin solot:
"Three Twins," selection- . . . . IJoscJuif
"Daddy Wua a Grand Old Man"
Baritone i-olo. "Rose, of My Lifo."
Fabian Rose I. K. Calnc
"Sulutc d' Amour" Elgar
Pastoral. "Nell Cwin" Oei'mnn
"Love Me" - Oumble
"lieniv the IClchtb names" (Innmn
Hungarian Daii.-'-s H' '
I Progressive Rally.
Uirtrek theater lonigltt. !
''FAMOUS iCOCKATO) 1
.! PLEASES CHILDREN ij
A Bid luntitiep feature lia been
provided as one of the yood
llnugx tlt.it will appeal cspocialh
lo Iji.Iics and . hildrcn. " White Kajilc "
is one of a niiiiibcr of pet educated
Australian cockatoos which are ap
peariiti: this wek tit tlic ICuipresw thca
ter, 'White Uncle" is said to In
nearly lot) years oM which may a
count for the wonderful intellijietue
whicli hit possesses. IU is not alone,
for there aro a half dozen others who
do some vurv clover tricks, but none
can equal in huiunn-likc intelligence
"White EaRlo." which adds, sub
tract, multiplies and, in shorl. i
a bird malliemsitician.able lo under
stand what is said t0 litin. ami answer
bv pulling ti slrinj: conuecleil with n
Professor Wallace, who has the won
derful aggregation in charge, says that
liia success with Lite birds lies' in the
kind methods which lie uses in their
training. They know when their trainer
is angry, and get nil confused, and il
is only by potting them and loving
them llia't he is able to uel, them to
obey him at all. While "While
I'agle" is over a hundred years old,
lie has nnlv been on the siuge thirtv
six years. Arrangements litis been
made to lake care of the crowd of chil
dren at lodav's inaiinee. The doors
will open earlier in consequence.
ORPHEI'M THEATER Advanced
vaudeville. Performances every
efternoon and evening.
EMPRESS THEATER SulIiVan-Con-sldltto
vaudeville. Matlnco dully at
2:30. Two evening performances.
7:30 and 8:15.
COLONIAL THEATER "Zira," emo
tional drama. Matinee this after
noon. The following tlicatcr notices ri nmrkr.i
"oilvcrtliioineiil" In oritcr to comply with a
ilrlcl lntnrpirtatlon nt llio new (rcJcrnl nou-iui-r
law. In go sense arc tlify mil'l aj
vf rtUcments. Tliey aro llrms fumtilivd by
tlio Jircmt .iROnts of tho various llicalerj.
lirylRA" at the Colonial closes with to
JLi day's I wo performances and be
ginning Sunday night Miss Couutlss. Mr.
Rogers and the Colonial company will
proscnt for tho first time locally at pop
ular prices Henri Bernstein's great
drama. "The Thief." in which Margaret
llllnglon and Kyti Bellow starred orig
inally. The story centers about the
women who steals In order to dress ns
her husband wants her loo. but who can
not give nor enough money to buy such
A capable slock company under the
direction or E. Forrest Taylor, will open
at the Gorrlck theater tomorrow evening
and will piny an Indefinite engagement
at popular prices. Tho company will use
for Its Initial week, "Our New Minister.'
;i comedy drama written by Deniuan
Thompson. Mr. Taylor has a long llsl
ot splendid plays on his programme for
tin- winter. Including several mat have
never lieon seen before In stock. "Our
New Minister" will be presented each
night next week with matinees Wednes
day and Saturday.
There are Iwo acts on this week's bill
at the Orpheum which appeal, to lovers
of athletics. Tho first ac4 by tho Ryan
Brothers opens the bill with some classy
gymnasium stunts; tho second hns set the
town talking over the feats of sircncth
of. Danish, n handsome young performer
whose exhibition combines strength and
agllltv. the former being so groat that
ho has-earned the. title of a modern Her
cules. Commencing tomorrow afternoon
the new bill will bo headlined by Nat
M. Wills, "the huppy tramp," In a unique
The box office men at the Salt Luke
theatre report a heavy demand for seats
for the appearance of the noied beauty.
Vnleska Sura 1 1. In the New York Casino
musical success. "The Kiss- Waltz." The
lint; yesterday morning, which reached
far down the at reel, did not break from
Hie time tho box office opened nt 10
o'clock until noon. A special train of
six Pullmans brought the noted boauty
and her large company to the city yes
l M-day. "The KIbk Waltsc" Is heralded an
tho vnry largest operetta organization un
The following programme will be ren
dered nt the Consolidated Muaic company
hall at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon. The
public lit cordially invited:
Romania Hyde String C'uaitetie. Soloists
Poet and Peasant Overture. Suppe....
Moon Moths. Plnvod on Solo Apollo
Barcarole. Tales of Ilofman
Scottl and Farrar
Medley Papular lilt Pryor'a Bam!
Ecatnsy, Canne. Romania Ilyrtw Quartette
Etude. Chonln Played on Solo Apollo
Minuet In G. Bthovcn
v Mlsrctuv- Elman, Vtollulm
Good -Dye. Tr-sti Caruo
Rustle of Spring. SlnUInf
Played on Solo Apollo I
To a Wild Roai MacDowoll j
i Romania Hyde Quartette
Mr -I'liro. Chocolate Soldier. Strauss...
... - Lucy Marsh
Selection. Idas Waltz. Victor Orehoatra
Quartette from Rlgoletto. Verdi
Caruso. Scottl. Abbot. Homer
Selection. Madame. Butterfly. PtieclnL.
, .. Romania Hyde Quartette
P -iowd- .-o'll f. i , lv tl ll . ,i. -iiT'i,!!
'-(i- -i.-iit. . ,t - .',ti
' ' " )l il' 'I .l t' ITU "HI -1 i
i ' f o i t M ,io' r 1 i 'i - t
'ii-, l i 'a.i 1 1 1 ti f aii'it-
Hyde String Quartette
Soloists at the regular complimentary recital of
Consolidated Music Company I
, This afternoon at 2:30
Our recital hall is sufficiently large to accommo- H
date 350 persons. Don't fail to attend these H
concerts every Saturday afternoon. They are H
J positively worth while. H
1 FREE TO THE PUBLIC 1
J Christian Science Lecture
Virgil 0. Strickler, . C. S.
I Member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship, at
Salt Lake Theatre,
H p. m. -Sunday, Nov. 3rd--3 p.m.
mtpiiiv of ibe uitpniiiff of the Ihcutor and
ini especially sironn tlll litis lici-n pro
vided, coiiljstius uf bl feature acts.
The liH-ul.alor fhrls." Willi Miss Des
Ivoelies, the "darling of America sIukc
hind." and Charles Wayne, the cnilnent
comedian. .In the Iculini; parts. The
nre ablv assisted ly a bevy of shtipeU
phis who dance every kind of dunce, and
draw lie lino only on the St. Vitus
There will bo a sj)i;M;il ladies and chil
dren's niallnca today.
Another splendid two-reel feature Is
presented to the lanrc dallv attendance
at the Mcbosy In "Caleb West. Master
Diver." This is one of those bcuutirul
stories of love and adventure 'that uxes
hoth land smd sea for its sreat dtania
tlc setting, and that reveals most won
derful pictures of nature. "I'or the
Mikado" presents Miss Taku Takagl, the
ureal Japanese artist.
Must Remove Poles.
Notice was yesterday served upon the
orcRon Short Line railroad and the
Western L'nlou Terejjruph company to ic
niove their poles from Third West .street
between North Temple and Kiflh North
street in aceoidmicp with a resolution
passed bv the dtv commission last Wcd
Instantly relieved by a hot bath
with Cuticura 5?oap and a single
application of Cuticura Ointment.
Sold everywhere. Sample of each,
-with 32-pngc book, sent free. Ad
dress Cuticura' Dept. 2E, Boston.'
A Queer Case
.hist to indicate how carefully
our Safe Deposit Vaults are han
dled, we want to tell von about
the mail 'who proved an alibi
from our records.
The ease vrits absolutely clear,
l'or we keep over the signature
of each customer an automatical
ly stamped record of the day,
lionr am! minute when lie enters
the vault awl when lie leaves it.
Our care .ervod an unusual
purpose in this case, but it al
ways keeps you safe.
eat Dally Picture Features, 5c,
We present today lb great C-roel
"CALEB WEST. MASTER DIVER,"
Beautiful glory of lov and adyanture,
Indus both lund and Jltti for lla sreat
dramatic setting-. Fall to sec thin and
you miss a rout treat.
"FOR THE MIKADO."
I'lCHrnt fit cf-.'t '.trunesc actrrHH
U T.ikd T.)' ..v; I-.o.- u vrr ,
' i ic ,
5c No ch.innc of price Sc j
SALT LAKE THEATRE
3 st.rt.no M0HDA,.H0tf. 4.JSS.
Prkcs. ".Ut to 5-V00; 500 scats at SI SO
M.tunee. -V'c lo $1 00 ?ale now on.
ALL THIS WEEK rfj 1
I C ATI3RIWE . Tfmtib 1 1
ji couhtiss mn r
! Ip With Wilfred Roacrs and a Com- j
I jj' petent Company. h: j
j .' Mols. Tliurs. and Sat. Resu- i
ii- lar prices. Souvenirs Thursday r i j
V. Next Week "The Thief." iTO
Phone W. 1537.
OPENING NEW GARRICK STOCK
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3
In Denman Thompson's
"Sur PSew Minister"
! Prices, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.
I 1000 RESERVED SEATS AT 25c.
Phone Wasatch 3569. I '
ADVANCFP VAUOEVtLLE. I
ALL THIS WEEK,
"The Antique Girl."
Mclntyre and Harty. ,
Ben LevIn. j
Ryan Brothers. j
Orpheum Daylight Motion Pictures.
Concert Orchestra, '
Prlco Matinee dally, 15c, 25c, 50c
I Night, 25c, 50c. 75c
' Anniversary Week 7 Festive Days and
Greater Advanced Vaudeville
Charlea W'jvnt and Ge-tnuSe Di
Ro lits v their
TODAY "INCUBATOR GIRLS,"
2:J1 ivhlro'-l musical tabloM.
7:35 Dtaa f'oopcr and Company Arloa (
and Quartctt". Berry od Brn-r Jo-
S'tl ftl Wallaea'i CorVa-
lost. I'mprcfs Orchettra, Ant-
Kcyuiar ZOz Mattnee DaMy i r
Emnresi 'Cc 300 I Mp
tn-j Purport S''
,WIT-V . THE DIAMOND UIU.XJX j1
-M- v Tdlrat Ailr joir Prucrtatfpr
3P I'll! In Red and U,M Btult:AV7
K -A7?3 tid with Blue HlcboB, YJ
fn v T.nte nor r Ttt-r M
I C Jg piaUo.hd bk.i?(d riLLinEy
, rC SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWVEBE.
evening ' I
your suit, I y ,
your dress 1 J V
. or any part 1 1 j H
of your 1 W il H
I wardrobe I J it j. in
I can be made to look like I jj I j( j1
new by our French Dry'l '" il j
1 Cleaning Process. It l f !
I will not fade or run the JJ W if' L
I colors It will, not brush i w'Jm 1
I the material or.. alter the I 'iMr
I I fit of the garment.
I We deliver
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Salt Lake Cleaning and
351 State St. Phones Wasa.tch 52353835
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T ii iif aged today has no one to blame but him-
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