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,3 THE SAT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1913. n - -r n
iff S FIB
m i hub
BlTHe Has Hard
fcjn Finding" Presi-
jftose Candidate Cast
ae Shortly After
? 12 o'clock.
& ,T'' ov' 5-GoVer"
rTCi1nn voted tho straight
nJKtiebi ot 10:15 o'clock in
lIE. 9f an cnjn'no house Jlc
" , Totiuf booth four minutes
camo ou afc t10
KLtothe votinc booth Gov
IfLt rtopF abruptly in front
' .Eis house.
jjJHtns a freshman in collogcA''
Mpd to eat in that house,
lllflfc'! got R nub 1,0110 in mv
llflHjjjcptd off that piazza six
H(fort to jolt it out, but it
toninee arrived at the vot
'1Kb ETeeteil by a jjroup ot
Ki ill spectators.
mjiow photographers, had
rv jHrumoras in the interior oi
Kko the latvT jf you like, and
lnEsen pni out; I'm governor
tie nomiuee said laugh
Idlers, hut they were en-
iittss too much to be literal.
fijS.lfait for Booth.
rittStmor baJ to wait a few itiiu
offcuBof three polling hoodie
, K, Xorman Armour, Prince
'BFcuinono of the booths.
ibr' he raid, "when I was in
A.Hlitv a banner beaded. ' Wil
i&bFiognsMTo Ticket.' That
MBrerr ranch complimented,"
. aBT,! lave always wondered
i pVkuers that, said ' Regular
liwB Mnination's.5 1 hnd al-
flfcfc thfl Progressive noniina
:wMnt;uhir." .JBBii bushed and the povernnr
JW rc'Jns booth, lie tliouyht
it HftH to have one of these first. "
,iBtl telleis. a! of wliom were
,3B1 of (lie governor, arid
u.Bni handed his ballot.
loraBwTOttn, No 9 Cleveland lane.
ufViuonnccd one of the tellers,
gLVjfcl the governor's vole.
was 1,1 ,lic ,jtii jt
w lie cnnie out lie spoke
"B?ti t,W! Dcinocrat,c
5Bjtarled down .it the boitom
J"MI.!4Yhore., lie said plaln-
SJftjstti. ot 15G registered In the
aiHfc 3 3t hfl,f had votcd
feGovernor Wilson was
' JBte of Mhool," ho replied,
WRt i i0r he admitted that
L SmWCJ bc0n. a bard physical
KimLZr? md received In the
WBtTe days ago, did not
sKf'rj1' covcrnor planned
I SLT V0TE5
.v.1?. f-irc trucltliouso,
Ibis atternoon, and a
r had cast bis ballot.
accompanied him and
f minutes until each of
4 before returning to
Polling place a flash
f as Colonel Jloosevelt
wot in tho box and tho
Tjllagcrs waited for an
tho truckhouao for
' ,vs u,s automobile
r the people set up a
'lolled the brown
no wears when he is at
im A. Moss, his but
J, another house ser
S" ro!i'"' WiI,inm
a fLjMkas tho 00lc"
"Ma v;:'ut,":.tDcit came out
MKCCfi fro,l Sagamore Hill
"BSf ftfot saI'1 ,h
a,'t?i??P"?' .Mm. noose-
'Rcf L ; 1 "! would go to
jrrS 111 Vork on
Mw.0n . senator nml
V jgLjMargmll and
Hnd His Stomach
Is All Right
Thousands With Poor Teeth Have Good
Digestion by Using Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets After Meals.
Whether or not w! cat too much, is
a matter for ,lndlvidunl Judgment.
Benjamin Franklin tried the experiment
of UvIiiR on -a handful of raisins. But
ho discovered that the question wasn't
what he ate nor tho quantity thereof,
hut one of dlpcatlon and assimilation.
Tho normal person cats heartily, and with
keen enjoyment. That is because hln
mind doesn't anticipate stomach trouble
And If he docs have an attack of sour
stomach or lndlgemlon he knows that the
use of Stuurfs Dyspepsia Tablets clve
A Gentleman of the "Old School" Who
Keeps Up With the Times.
Many people have poor teeth, weak
gums, sore teeth and other bothersome
troubles that prevent a vigorous masti
cation of food. And Instead of catlns
soft, mushy food that palls on the appe
tite they so in for those savorv dishes,
the very odor of which starts the saliva
and makes the stomach fairly revel with
This Is but a natural condition. Any
thlJip else borders upon the indifference
which fosters indigestion and chronic dys
It may be safely said that It should
not bo a question of diet or kind of food
or teeth or even any of the reflexes
which are supposed to have their Influ
ence In deranging the stomach. It Is
simply a mutter or supplying tne stomach
and digestive organs with those known
assistants sucn as pepsin, and hydro
chloric acid, both of which have a direct
and powerful action upon the contents of
One grain of a single Ingredient in
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest
3000 grains of food. This saves your
stomach and gives It the rest It needs.
All muscles require occasional rest If
they are ever over-uixed. The stomach
Is no exception to this rule.
Try a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets and you will wonder how you ever
got along without them. They are sold
at 50 cents by all druggists every
William D. Guthrie, Now York lavrvers,
in bis speech in Oyster Bay last night.
"Tm not through with these four gen
tlemen, either, whatever the ouicomo
of ihe election may be. I wish they bad
made their statement, about mo tbirty
days ago. Tf they had done so J. -would
have hammered Ihcm and their sup
porters out of the ring."
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 3. "I suppose
you voted tho .straight ticket, gover
nor?" "I sure did," replied Governor Thomas
K. Marshall, Democratic candldalo for
vice president, just after ho had cast bis
TJic governor was accompanied by
Meredith Nicholson, the author, to the
FATHER OF JOHNSON
VOTES AGAINST HIM
SACRAMENTO, Cab, Nov. 5. Grovo
L. Johnson, father of thft Progressive
candidate for vice president, Hiram VT.
Johnson, did not east his vote for his
son when he went to the polls today.
Johnson pere, known as tho dean ot
the California legislature in the old days,
vofd for Wilson and Marshall. He was
defeated at the primaries for the Repub
lican nomination for assemblyman and
when tho local Taft organization recently
decldcd to throw its strength to Wilson,
Johnson went with It
"I have only the highest regard for
my son. but he Is on the wrong side of
tho political fence," said tho governor's
father as he came from tho polls.
SAYS SUFFRAGE WILL
SOON BE UNIVERSAL
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. o. Votes for
women the world over and that soon is
tho prediction made by Miss Carrie Chap
man Catt, president of tho International
Woman's Suffrage alliance, who arrived
from the orient after campaigning and
investigating conditions among women In
Europe. Africa, Asia and Polynesia.
"Women are voting today In parts or
China and Burma h. where they arc ( led
by a Buddhist woman of great ability,
she said. "In Persia the movement toward
equal suffrage Is strong, and at the next
International congress of the alliance U
is probable that there will bn a Porslan
fl cloJit c
"Even in Africa, Java. Sumatra, and the
Philippines the tendency of tho times can
bo felt, even If It Is not nn onrushlng
rlvor'as It Is elsewhere-" ... ,
On national politics Miss Cutis only
comment was that she was glaa to havo
Colonel RooPnvcH'a support, even if nc
wore a late convert. .
SPECIAL POLICE AND
DEPUTIES SWORN IN
BTTTE, Mont., Nov. 5. Qulot reigned
In Butte thin morning following .tho at
tack last night on, Governor Noms. T. J.
Walsh. Democratic candidate for sonn
tor. and S. V. Stowart, Democnjt Ic can
didal') for governor, and tho wild dern
oi.sl ration which followed I he M"0,1,
a paroilv on "My Country, "J Is t aheo.
bv a Socialist speaker. .
Lewie J. r.Minci.n. Socialist ninyor of
Butte, swore in 200 special police, and
Sheriff O'Uourke. Democrat, hnu ap
pointed -'OH special deputies.
f ' pKl,t.l?5favate tlieBymptoni8 of Catarrh, juntas it way hi
cumatistu. But the cold has no more to do with the
Cai4etnitU the other. Bad blood is the underlying
i JHKlbfita. 6 Clrcuion is infected with impurities which arc s dc-
V WtJte "C0US membranes causing inflammation and irritation,
X WZlv.e secretion of the nose and throat, roaring; sounds , izx
' lnf laied eyes, etc. 33ciug; a deep-seated blood trouble,
,M wjatcd. constitutionally, for it is beyond the reach of local
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Pfah before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cures Ca
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jjBftft r, y BUPplying the mucous membranes with heaUIiy,
ruiCU !r7inS blood instead of saturating them wiUi ca
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WK THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA,
Eminent Comedian Who Is
To Appear at trie Empress
THE eminent comedian with "A. Night, on a Roof Garden." Tho most,
gorgeous and elaborate musical comedy tabloid ever presented locally.
A score of clever artists, mostly girls. Opens at Empress todny.
SATyr LAKE THEATERS Valeska
Suratt in "The- Kiss Waltz." to
night and tomorrow night. Mati
nee this afternoon. "Tho Rosary,"
two nights, beginning next Friday,
with matinee Saturday.
ORPHEUM THEATER Advanced
vaudeville. Performances every af
ternoon and evening.
XO.MPRESS THEATER Sulllvan-Con-sldlne
vaudeville. Matinee dally at.
2:30. Ttvo evening performances,
7:'J0 and 3rlu. BUI changes this
COLONIAL THEATER "The Thief."
emotional drama. All ,the week.
Matinees Thursday and Saturday.
GARE.ICK THEATER Garrlck Stock
company In "Our New Minister."
Performances every evening, with
matinees this afternoon and Sat
urday. Tha folloirlnr theater nottcri nirkd
"dTrtlicmnl" In. order to comply rrlth a
trlet Interpretation at tho new federal ntwi
pipsr liw. In no lenit ara ttiey paid id.
TarttiemtnU. TbT ara Item furnlihod by
tha pr3 actnU ot tba Tarloui thaatara.
HERE at last! The long-heralded
musical comedy tabloid with a score
of musical comedy artists in the cast,
dazzling In all the splendor of gorgeous
costumes, elaborate scenery, and all the
bewildering electrical effects known to
stage mechanism, tho biggest and most
pretentious production which has ap
peared at tho Empress since the open
ing, will be at the Empress theater for
one week beginning with today's mati
nee. It Is the big headline attraction,
"A Night on a Roof Garden," with tho
noted musical stars, Willie Dunlay and
Miss Ruby Lusby, supported by nearly
a score of singing and dancing girls and
bovs. Miss Lusby Is said to be a charm
ing soubrette, while Mr. Dunlay Is a
"Tho Twin Flats," as presented by
Ward and Klare, has been one of the
foremost comedy hits of vaudeville for
tho past season, playing in and around
New York. Tt Is said to be a series of
rapid and ludicrous situations and deals
with tho experience of a bill collector,
trying to squeeze out his monthly in
stallments from a creditor on an ever
ready piano. Charles P. Ward Is per
haps one of the best vaudeville co
medians, while Miss Klare and Miss
Sherwood hove splendid voices, which
thev use In several songs.
Two athletes, Chapman and Bcrubo.
who have an act of distinctive style, will
furnish Empress patrons with now and
surprising features, In hand-to-hand bal
ancing. These nrtlsts arc European
equilibrists who are touring the Sulli
van and Considlne circuit and getting a
nice fat .-alary for their troub c. It Is
said that they do some hair-raising
What is said to be a great musical act
is called "Colonial Past incs, ' and is
given a presentation by the Jura-Rood
and St. John trio. Every detail Is care
fully looked after from scenery' to
costume. Tho trio performs on tho
nlano. cello and violin,
P Russell and Church, two magnetic
young women, will .present "From So
cio"" to the Bowery," which promises to
score the greatcnt hit of the season. t
If said that thopo -Vfing women hold tho
distinction of stopping tho show at Pitts
burg on several occasions whllo playing
there This act promises to he another
one of the ploa?lpg features of an even
ing of entertainment.
Binv Green, Harry Mcllonry and
Homer Doane. a trio of rollicking rnsr
ii.ners from the Goldon West, who lit
.b "iplured Now york. will bo an
other big reah.re of tho bill. They are
sale? to bo tho befit rag-tlmcrfi In tho
kt.Kinpqx and their wucceos at Uaminer
steln'a sncTs to substantiate that slalo-
mThe wrnjtlv current news yonts will
prove? a fll feature to close this all-atar
The net of the. "Three Collegians" at
the Orphoum this w-oek bus apparently
hit young Utah hard Yesterday aftcr-
oo.i i Iho engineers' class at the U. of L
wor present at tho matinee In a body
-md brought, along with, them a huge
imnner wh eh was draped from tho up
l)oxeit Tho freshmen's class, loo.
ns reserv-ed 200 seats for Saturday
?ght. lisL night tho, Orphoum waa
ll.wed from noor to celling under thu
?. mhinrd Attraction of election returns
Snd onl ot 'tho best bills of the present
"The KIhh Waltz" .filled the Salt Lako
theater again last night. .Thorn will be
a mttllnbo today M'h perfor-
On account, of a change of date
rftCttllVornla. the musical comedy will bo
c von again tomorrow night, which will
close the ongagemeut.
An -Lctual "live" tolcphono switchboard
,A ,11 operation on the stage Is one of
Vioveltlcfl to bo soon in David Rf-loB-t
in of William C deMIIle s
coSPfnfi play. "The Woman."
ffMeh ini bo the. alt action at the Salt
'SSo th!lt?r not Monday. Although
I MONOLOGUE ARTIST I
PAYS HIGH PRICES
NAT M. WILLS.
Wills, who is at tho Orphoum theater
novor allows his stago material to grow
stale, but continually incorporates into
his monologue new skits, and sougs, dis
carding tho old after a few weeks' use,
no matter bow well they take with bis
audience. Nat would rather havo a
theater goer say ot him "Wills hasn't
as good a lino of stuff as when I last
saw him, but what ho has is now,'5 than
"Wills is still singing tho samo old
gags, but it's a fireal. line of stuff at
that."" To this ho attributes largely
the success be has won as a inonolog
ist. As is also well known among bis in
timates, the comedian pays a much lurg
or price for his material than any other
vaudoville performer: in fact years ago,
when paying for t.hrt material of tho
kind was unknown, ho paid enormous
sums for his .jokes aud parodies, a sin
gle parody on a popular song nevor
costing hun less than $100, and often
a larger amount. For a number of years
bo paid. Vincent Bryan, ono of tho clov
crest song and sketch writers in t.bo
gamo, $100 a week to koop him supplied
with new matorial. It has bcon a great
source of auiioyaneo to tho comedian,
and with gootl reason, to learn that
other performers wore stealing and. us
ing hi." material almost as soon as he
would first spring- it. For a long time
tho comedian racked his brain to do
i viso a way of slopping tho thefts, and
finally hit upon tho plan of soiling his
parodies at a sum easily afforded by
tn Nat's new stuff aro two skits
"CiroiiB Day" and "Paris Life," both
of which aro paid' to be winners.
the telephone and the "hello" girl arc
familiar objects of everyday life, this
Is tho first time that a dramatist has
written a serious play around them, or
rather bus treated ihcm seriously on tho
stage Tho telonhoiiu girl in "The Wo
man" Is tho principal character of the
At the present day, when so many
plays are being presented which deal
with niicsllonalilo subjects. It In a relief
to turn to a drama, which brcalhofl purity
and good fellowship and loads the way
to a brighter vlnw of llfo and humanity.
Such a piny Is "Tho Rosary." written
bv Edward 15. Rose expressly for Messrs.
Rowland and Clifford, and produced by
them- Tho play will bo seen at the Salt
Lake theater next Friday and Satur
day, with Harry Terry in tho role of
Father Thlan Kelly, tho priest. Thora
will bo a Saturday matinee.
Never In tho history of a otock produc
tion In Salt Uiko has a play created the
Interest stimulated this week at the Co
lonial by "The Thief," in which Cath
rlno Countlss, with Wilfred Roger and
the Colonial company, Is scoring so
great it- hit Tho Hrrnslcln drama is
being given for the ml time at papular
pricca and Miss Counties In playing tho
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role made famous by Margaret Tllington,
that of Marie Voyaln, who steals in or
der that she may dress to please her
hUBband's fastidious tastea.
Tho first threo performances of the
now Garrlck stock company, with E. For
rost Taylor in the leading role, havo met
with great success. Tho advance sale
for tho remainder of the week Is very
large and the now organization has ex
preHBed tho greatest gratitude for the
support it js receiving. Tho interpreta
tion of Denman Thompson's "Our New
Minister" as produced by the new com
pany has met with the approval of all.
Tho piece Is filled with sparkling humor
and at tho samo time carries a Iobhou
that might well be termed a sermon.
There will be a matinee today
PROVES TO BE HERO
NORFOLK, Va., Nov. 5. -Another
hero of tho sea was born, it developed
today, when tho Norwegian steamer
Noreuga and tho Norwegian sailin.g ship
Glanlui mot. iu disastrous collision at
sea last. Friday. Tho Noreuga arrived
last night in a sinking condition in tow
of the revenue outter Onogoda and is
preparing to dock. Tho Glanlui is ex
pected later in the day, when it also
will be docked.
Tho man to whom credit, is given is
the wireless operator on tho "Noreuga,
who declined to give his name and
whose desiro to avoid notoriety was tc
spector hy Captain. Hansen. When the
crew were deseriiug' tho stricken ves
sel tho operator refnscd to leave his post,
and. with death riding the galo contin
ued to flash his appeals for help. He
finally succeeded In raising both shore
stations and vessels of tho Atlantic
fleet. Tho roscuo of the vessel's crow
was accomplished as tho' were about to
The mother was in a rnge becauso
some one spoiled) her best gown she
reeovorod herself and called tho Mj'ors
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WILL BE PERMANENT
NEW YORK, Nov. 5 Whatever hap
pens at the polls today tho Progressive
party Is to continue, Its organization and
tho party leaders will meet In Chicago
on December 10 to mako plans with this
end in view. Tho headquarters In New H
York City will probably bo maintained H
and tho propaganda of speeches and lit-
erature Is to continue.
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