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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1913. ' 7 H
"Bcnls of Utah University
ear Professor Present
I Non-Partisan Views.
)f William G. Koylancc, head of
fislory department of the Univcr
of Utah, a fhorl talk to tlic
Jcrs of the Scribblers 1 club and
Ifriemls on Wilson, Koosovclt and
' yesterday nitcrnoon in tbo rest
-'The talk ":,s from non-parti-h'ewpoiut
and was heartily appro
i by tho members of I lie club and
M.rofcor 'an with a short
lion of l'resident Tatt. He said
the ? p:isKpc ff thc (,anadinu reci
lv bill and tho liirmera' ireo list
fioivcd that the president, is not
Shrr a reactionary, as many pco-
Slnc of Mr. Wilson, Mr. Hoy
S that the- unique thhie about
Jemocratie candidate is that be
s of H practical questions with
-cleanie??, tvbi.o tbo impression
l icen that, comintr from the ranks
V tifcorf, h. would be merely a
y il furthermore, fcavs the proles-
('the nxccllcni-c of hi? campaign
hes and the courtesy with which
nilin has treated his nihcrsaries
rnskc bis canij.aimi a memorable
lilo jpcakincr of tlu- Democrats,
Sovlanrc intimated that the work
illiam .1. Br? an at the Baltimore
intion is the dominating influeuoc
e entire eampnip.11 ami that Mr.
n is re5pousible for tho drawnie
'rirfinitc issue between the special
fts and the people,
''nrrtfepsoi- spoke oft he eflect upon
outitrv of the attempted assassin-
of (olonel Ifoosew'lt. Ho sml
;tho people of Europe consider this
i the most important thine in the
" campaign and expert, it will conic
to electing Koosevelt. ,
iat interest is bcinc displayed in
lection I v the students at tho uni
:v and etprdav the engineers of
cliool. all of whom are men. met
I. e chemistry h'clnre mom and af-
'prolonged dicuspion. decided that:
io engineers will slay :nvay from
I, and that anyone who ap--on
the campus for school work
Live hit; hair cut. The same e
af taken by the engineers last
icntisj election and the few who
fd the penalties were treated rath
fuphl.v and all of them lost I heir
. ;for goinc to school I
5p coughing! Yon rack the lungs
Worry the body. Ballard's llore
li Syrup checks irritation, heals
ilunp? and restores comfortable
;hinc. Price 25c. )c and $1.00 per
t. i?old bv Schramm- Johnson,
f, 5 good stores.
yoMPETENT MEN ARE
WANTED BY UNCLE SAM
? ((Be chil snlee examination for inalo
JjMfants on!v er anminnecd vostei -3Wk.
Hi" federal lotllrtitjcr. Tun of
are for Hie immigration service, for
oMtlon: of archltoeiiiral and nie
Hcal ilrnftsinnu. They will be held
nber 25. An x;i iiiinti t ln for si Ids
n,biirrnu of standi) ids, d.-pn i tuient of
icrcp nnd labor, will he sleep Dc
Htr -I. An c.amimitfon to fill n va
'. In the position of teacher of metal
big fipd inerlinnleal drawing in the
Sell Indian school, Kansas, will ho
December i- An oNaminatlon for
ojltloii of chemical engineer j,, the
ji of mines will ho offered on N
flilHEL25, tr p,,l,y ranKliiK from JlSOu
lirllPOO per annum. Details concerning
UvuBqulrcnienl and the lime and i.Liees
.tests will bo held can he. obtained
6 money order window jf the local
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m Cthcb Worst Cases and la a
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health of Children Experience against Experiment.
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THC CCNTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET, HEW YORK CITY.
SALT LAKE T 1 1 IS ATF. II Val cska
Snratt In "Thu Kls?s Waltz," to
night and tomorrow night, with
niatinrc WcdncsJay. "Tho Rosary,"
two nlKht5, 1)01:11111111 next Friday,
with niatlnnc Saturday.
OlriUCU.M THEATER Advanced
vnuflvlllo. Performances every af
lernoon and evening.
EMPRESS THEATER Sulllvan-Con-?!dlnc
vandvllli?. 1,-itineo dally at
2:S0 Two evening porfornia noes,
T:H0 and 0:15. Kill changes Wednes
COLON7AL THEATER "Th Thief."
emotional drama. AH tho week.
Matinees Thursday and Saturday.
OA RRIC'K THEATER Gar rick Stock
company In "Our New Minister."
jvrfornmnrea cvry evening, with
inathiees on "Wednesday and Sat
niday. .TII l-'X the curtain fell on the Xiniil
VV djizzlinji fcono of "The Kiss
WnlU" at tho Salt Lake theater last
night the ninlicnro was keenly diwp
poinlod that llioro was no nifiro. If
ap)I:msc i-ould have pursuuded the play
ers lo an indefinite number of encore-s
I ho merry Viennese opera would still
he in progress at the opening of the
oI)s this morning.
Not all of the opera is satisfying
to everybody hut everybody can find
iniu-h of delight in tho rich me-iisuro
poured out for him by Zichrcr who
wrote the music, 1 at hew "Woodward,
who composed the lyrics to suit tho
American taste and Tlgar Smith
who traiibformcd tho Yienneso humor
into tbo American bra.ud.
Valcska Sural t is Nclla. the Haroness
Von J'-iarnau, beloved of Guido Spimn,
tho composer, who is beloved of all the
women from countess to barmaid. The
dignify of a baroness does not fit Va
lcska Sura ft as divinely as tho many
marvelous costumes sho wears during
the play, and in the second act when
the play permits h'cr fo drop the bar
oness and io assume a. mask of gaiety
she is as pleasant a commedienno as
over hailed from tho vicinity of Bird
It would nol do to dwell too much on
the merits of the opera and neglect
wholly the subject, of drops, a subject
that is always fascinating to one-half of
the world. Few stage i-tan? can boast
the variety and richness of conlunie that
VnlesUa Sura It displays In UiIh produc
tion. Tho man who n n describe such
a bewildering array of dresses Is seldom
found wandering at large outside the de
nies of a department store. The gown
that caused the moxt commendation was
on" that swept Into view like a comet
at tho beginning of the second and last
act. It whs a sort of silver tlsh-scalo
effect with red hollyhock nmnincnth nnd
wa barred with lines of crimson. In her
hnlr the actress wore a gorgeous flanic
To describe the divers songs and dances
would be an equally difficult tusk. Here
again the critic can select tho mo.t popu
lar numbor. It waa one that made the
rntlro llrst floor of the theater a. stage.
While the orchestra played a seductive
march, the funnyman pranced down a
irangwav leading from tho stacc to th:
hodv of the houac and waa followed by
the' cntlre troupe hi nil us splendor.
Last, hut moHt. considerable, cam va
lcska Suratt. "clothed In white samite,
mvailc, wonderful," as Tennyson might
miV: onlv It wasn't samite, but. some
thing more up to date and iultc as won
derful, . , i , ,
This brilliant procession skipped j
oif.lv to the foyer and then stampeded
limit to the stage by way of the ft-
hand tier of boxes. Storm n applause
persuaded the company to repeat the jier
formmie several timc3. When .Miss hur
'att ncnln flared Into view she was at
tired as a feminine Mephlstopheles ml
carried tho ornamcntul pitchfork that
Satan is supposed lo use when cultl--tiillng
One of the chief roles of the opera Is
that of Paul Von Oervals. the iinpecunl
otip baronet. It Is enacted bv Edward
Lorralii". a most graceful youth, who 1
given an opportunity to perform many
dances with exquisite grace. Tho role
enllK for a stutterer, which some ancient
comedy writer, who probably was a
madman before he set pen to paper, made
ne of the accepted comic characters of
the stage. As matter of fmt. It is nl
vavs aggravating and exasperating and
kteps n audience on tenterhooks. This
Is th one fllfitlnclli tllssnllsfj lug char
acter of th opera, nnd Mr. Lorraine Is
In no ise to blame, as he makes tlw
most of tho pa ,L , , ,,
liorgo Daldwin affccl3 a sort of LL -
ronle costume In presenting the charac
ter of (Tuldo Splnni, the composer, about
whom all the women of tho court world
have pone mad. He has an excellent
stage presence and a good voice. At the
climax of the first act lie and Miss Sur--att
display some histrionic skill of a
superior order rarely seen In comic opera.
Miss Suratt possesses all of the ac
complishments that one requires of a
comic opera, prima donna. She is a
Sraqeful singer and dancer, an unusually
talented actress, and has a comic snse
that is keener than the comic sense of
the man who took the contract to fur
nish the humor of this opera according
to American plans and specifications.
Many others of the large company are
deserving of mention, but art Is lone and
space shorl. Tho entire piny is most at
tractive and contains all the up-to-date
devices thai go to please the popular
laste In musical comedy. Tt will be seen
again tonight and tomorrow night, with
a matinee tomorrow afternoon.
- . i
Th folloKlnc tlieiter notlcn ro murkea
"5ertl5emfnf" In ordfr to romplr with
trlct InterprMitlon or tho nev federal nwa
pipr Ia no senux r they pt.ld sd-
vrtliemfint. They aro ttoms furnished bj
the $r4B tceatu of tbs rarlouj thtiteri.
Each succeeding Tuesday at the Co
lonial has witnessed a larger house at
that theater. Tuesday nights are so
ciety nighrs for the Colonial and Man
ager Ketehnni reports several boxes en
gaged for this evening's performance, of
"The Thief." Miss Cotmtiss has scored
a big hit as Mario Voysln in the Hern
steln play and, as an additional feature
for tonights performance, the Colonial
will receive and read to the audience the
returns on the election.
That the Empress pntrons may -receive
the election returns with the least
possible delay. Manager McCoy has
completed arra.ngoments to receive Ihem
by sppclal wire ami thoy will be road
from the stage bet wen acts. Today's
performances will mark the elope of the
big anniversary week programme and on
I he morrow a bill teeming with variety
of more than 4iuusual merit will be pro
vided. Tonight will bring to u. close
"The Incubator Olrls;" Berry and Rcrr,
eccentric Instrumentalists. "Smiling .Toe
McGee.' the "king of minstrelsy." Miss
Dona Cooper and company In "The Con
fession:'' Professor Wallace with his
cockatoos, featuring "White Eagle.
The show at the Orpheum this week
Is one long laugh from slart to finish,
for there is not a serious turn on tho
new bill. Tt opens with a freak musical
turn that is distinctly out of tho rut, and
from then on each act endeavors to out
do Its predecessor ns a laugh promoter.
Prominent among the big hits are Nat
M. Wills. "The Happy Tramp:" the
sketch "The Suffragette." and The Three
Collegians, one and all being big comedy
hits. TonighL the management an
nounces, com pit-1 e election return."? will
b thrown on tho screen botweun acts,
so that life audience will be posted on
the developments of the. battle of the bal
lots throughout the United States.
Tl Is seldom In this section of the coun
try that one gets an opportunity of see
ing anv of the big league baseball teams
In action. To have this opportunity and
pass It up would indeed be a misfortune
to anyone Interested In the national
pastime. Then to have the world's
championship series brought to your door
and not see them would be unpardonable.
The firm of Pa the IereF. who made ar
rangements with the national baseball
commission to take exclusive use of the
series caught some verv Interesting pic
tures of the critical moments of all of
the enmes played between the Giants
and Red Sox. The pictures will form a
part of tho programme at the Liberty
theater Tuesday and Wednesday of this
week. The films are exceptionally good
anil clear, and In many respects superior
lo any baseball pictures previously mode.
In that they show the entire Infield, to
gether with the vast thrones of fans
who attended tho cames. To see the
pictures I Uko watching tho games from
a box seal.
Seldom docs an author portray such an
important character as (hat of a Catholic
priest, and hnve it meet with approval
from the clergy. "Rut this is just what
has happened to Edward E. Rose, author
of "Thi' Rosary." which will be seen at
the Salt Lake theater next Friday and
Saturday. In "The Rosary." Mr. Rose
has drawn a character of the Rev. Rrian
Kdly. n Catholic priest, who interferes
in domestic troubles between man and
wife, and eventually shows the un
limited amount of good that can he done
by a priest, not of conventional stag"
character, but a Teal man. a big man
of faith, strength nnd conviction.
Mehesy theater offers its patrons to
dav only Sir Walter Scott's great and
most delightful masterpiece. "Guy Mici
tneilnc"." whose splendid story conies right
oft" the heather-scented moors of bonnv
Scotland, the whole being a masterful
production In two rels by I he Rellniu r
company. No pains or expense has boi
spared In exploiting this wonderful stoi v.
made particularly famous by. great ac
tors. To miss seeing this graphic Inter
pretation through means of motion pho
tography Is to miss something worth
while. The usual dally, programme com
pletes Tuesday's big bill.
Ts your husband cross? An irritable,
fault" finding disposition is often due
to a. disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearlv always good
uatured. A great many have been per
mnnontlv cured of stomach trouble by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets, for sale,
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2otice Royal Neighbors.
The funeral .'orviccs of .Mrs. Whif.
lock, mother of Oracle Stewart of Aux
iliary amp llSG will be h d this afler
noon at - !'- m. from Hall's funeral par
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j ADVANCED VAUPEVU.LE.
ALL THIS WEEK
Nat M. Wills
1'ranhlvn Anloll nnd Co.
, Annie Kant
Williams ami Wnnmr
1 The Threo Collegia ns
1 Bowman Brothers
' Orphoum Daylight ."Motion Pictures
! Concert Orchestra
i prices Matinee Dally. Kr. 25c, DOc.
, Nlsfht.-5rv, oGc. ToC.
; BETWEEN ACTS,
A GREAT SHOW.
j i j; 1 b r rs k a x t a i s' pull
Phone W. 1557.
OPENING NEW GARRICK STOCK iH
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3
In Denman Thompson's
"Sur Sew Minister"
Prices, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.
1000 RESERVED SEATS AT 25c. ) :fl
AanlTrrjiry V.'rck-Sovcn Fotlvo Dars and Nlhtr.
Greater Advanced. Vaudeville
Chirifj Wjti and C'rtrade Dei
nnebr and Ihelr H
TODAY "INCUBATOR GIRLS."
E:30 a Thlmilcal muilcal tabloid; IM
739 Den Coopvr and Compaar, Arton H
and Quartrtt. Ucrrr and D-rry. .To-
C-11 aP3 M-0-'. Wallaca'i CocWa-
tool. Stnpim Oichcitia. Aal- H
mated Ilcvlsw. '1
rtcouiar S0C Matlneo Dally 1ft
Empresi 20o 500 JC IIH
Prlrn 10o Pmut S'i
I Mehesy Theatre I
! TODAY ONLY
Sir Walter Scott's Great Mastsrplece,
In two mels. a Kpleiidid atory rUht
ofT the heather-scented moora of
Bonny Seotlaud. , H
No pains or expense has been
j spared In thix tlelichtful production.
5C ALWAYS ONE PRICE 5C.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
The annual meeting of the stoekhold- M
ms of the Horn Silver Mining Company
for tho clotloii of director.- fo- the yen iM
jcomraenclnc January 1. ltl. will be beid
at the office of tho comjwny, room AQ.i M
1 MeCnrnlck building. Salt Lake U. I tab.
Ion Tuefiday. December 1315. nl 1
'o'clock nonn. The. transfer hooka wll B
'If.i on Novrmh-r . 13 at " o'clock
jnoon. and roopni on November 13, H
Iat 10 oiloik a. m.
EDWARD I'. EilMETT. cietnr