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4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1912. mj
I WILL BE RELEASED
Rose, Webber and Vallon
Must Take Chances With
Friends of Gunmen.
IXEW YORK. Xov. 20. H will he tn'
broad daylight and not under covor of
darkness as they had anxiously liopetl.
that "Bald .Tacit" Rojo. "Brlclgy" Webber
nnd Harry Vallon will bo set at liberty,
according lo the programme for the re
lease of the three informers against
Charles Becker and his four gunmen tools,
no far as could be learned tonight.
Jldafternoon tomorrow is the time
tentatively cot- The underworld iihs
been awaiting with Interest an intimation
nn to the time they were to go free, tor
She feeling has prevailed them that the
friends of tho four gangsters about to be
sentenced to death for tho murder of
Merman Rosenthal were only awaiting
the liberation of Rose. Webber and Val
lon to take rnvenso upon tho trio.
The three men will bo brought at 2
o'clock tomorrow before Coroner l'elnbcrg
and District Attorney Whitman will prc
nent to that official, It Is said, stipula
tions algried by him with counsel for the
"witnesses. If Mr. "Whitman says that the
thre men have kept faith with the Htate
in giving testimony, tho coroner will re
ba.m Schopns, fourth of tho state's val
uable witnesses against Bckfr and the
gunmen, also probably will be rolcaned
during daylight tomorrow. lie Is being
lield on a charge of vagrancy.
William Shapiro, driver of tho "murder
rar." will go free shortly. Mr. Whitman
nil! move to have the Indictment against
Shapiro nu. ahod In return for his testi
mony for the tate.
Mrs. Lillian Horowitz, wife of "Gpy the
Blood," was brought today from tho houac
of detention, where she rmd been held
pending the otitcomo of the gunmen's
trial, and dlschnrged from custody by
Justice- Goff. She wept while being ar-lalgncd.
I Stop cotigliinp! You rack the luuys
apd -worry tbe body. Ballard's Iore
hound Syrup cheeks irritaLion. heals
tho lung3 and restores comfortable
breathing. Prico 'J5c, 50c aud $1.00 por
Tooltlo. SoJd by Schramm- Johnson,
Drugs, 5 cood stores.
I Army Ordor3.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20. First Lieu
tenant Tomplclnf, Fifth cavalry, Is re
lieved from further duty with that regi
ment and will proceed to Fort D. A. Rus
ue'I for temporary duty.
First Lieutenant Thomas D. Osborne.
Fifth field artillery. Is relieved from aa
tilcnmcnt to that regiment.
First Lieutenant William H. Dodds.
Jr.. la relieved from the Fifth artillery
to tho field artillery. r
The commanding offleor of the regi
ment will assign Lieutenant Dodds to
a b ttcry in tho Philippine Islands.
The following Held artillery oiilcors
arc placed on tho Hat of detached olllcers,
to take effect December 3:
Caplalu Frederick B. llenncssy. Third:
Oiarles C. Pulls. Second; Augustine Mc
Intyrc, Third: .lohn 13. W. Corey. Fifth;
Loui- A. JJoIjjoru, Sixth; First Lieuten
ant Sherman Miles, Third Hold artillery.
I Mr. D. 0. Zack
of Salt lake City
Y r.tei letter which may bo of grr.it In
tend to Skin Suffcrcra of this city.
D. D. Zack.
St Nicholas Bldg., Room :;21.
Salt Lnlttt City. Utah.
D D D. Laboratories,
CI Icago III.
J have had the skin disease and Itch
3J."t three years. 1 been of New Zealand
and A'litralla and Europe I trv to euro
It but .iot and I see op paper your D. D.
1 I received and usod for one week. T
am now puri O. Iv. I will recommend
iho D. D. D. for akin and Itch as first
Ming In line. Yours trulv.
D. D. ZACK.
WILL REDUCE RATES
Reduction of Approximately
20 Per Cent Goes Into Ef-
feet November 26.'
An average reduction in rates of ap
proximately 20 per cent Is announced to
day by tho Mountain Slateu Telephone t
Telegraph company in the states of Utah,
Idaho, .Montana aud Wyoming. The new
rates will take elToct November "6.
The readjustment la duo to Inequalities
resulting from tho recent telephone mer
ger. Rates charged bv tho former Rocky
Mountain Bell Telephone company wcru
higher than those in other parts of the
Mountain State Telephone .t Telegraph
It now costs 51 to talk 100 miles in
Utah. For tho same distance- in Columdu
tho rate ia only SO cents. L'ndcr tho new
schedule a uniform scale will be In use
throughout the cntlrn system. In some
Instances tho reduction will be greater
than 20 per cent and In some less.
The following table gives somo of the
old and proposed new rates, from Salt
Lake City on a thrcc-mlnutc basis:
0 Old rate. New.
American Fork . .30 5 .23
Boise -05 -69
Cheyenne 2. SO 3.43
Coulvlllo 30 .2d
Denver .C .l.5o
Ephralm 1.00 .SO
Helena -I.Oo .o0
Idaho Falls l.i'5 J '':
Kcmmcrcr l-0. .80
Logan .. fi 0
Ma lad 1.10 5u
.Montpelier 1.20 .5
Mt. Pleasant $; .'0
Pocatollo l-oO 1.20
Preston fi -'f'
Provo 10 .30
Rock Springs 1.23
Spanish Fork "0 .10
Too ale SO .25
Twin Fulls l.Sn 1.30
i. ' .'I
In Railroad World
11. C. Nil tt. general maanger ot" tho
Salt l.ake Routo with headciuartors in
Los Angeles, arrived in Salt Luke City
yesterday and will be hero until lato to
night. He reports the road that he rep
resents to ho tn kooO condition and busi
ness over the line to be constantly In
creasing. "The land all alone our line
Is belli? wonderfully Improved." said
Mr. Nutt, "and the development and
prosperity of that land of course means
much to "us."
Miss Alone Rollo has been engaged as
a stenographer In tho offices of the dis
trict freight agent of the Oregon Short
Line. She fills a vacancy caused by the
resignation of Miss Annabel Longlcy,
who has gono lo Atlanta. Ga.. to reside.
Charles Hunsberger, chief cleric in the
offices of the general agent of tho pau
soncer department of the Denver it; Klo
Gramlo here, returned yesterday from
Colorado with 200 recruits to the trnltcd
States army. The recruits proceeded to
I TOPJSKA, Kan., Nov. 20. Kansas
close race for the governorship today
reached the mate supreino court when
it issued 1111 alternative writ of mandamus
against tho county commissioners of
Bourbon county to reconvene at once
and recount tho ballots cant in the last
election. The suit was brought In the
name of Arthur Capper. Republican. It
is charged that in three prcclncta, 46
votea for George JT. Tlodgca, Democrat,
were counted twice. Similar suits affect
Inr other counties arc being prepared by
Mr. Capper'B attorney.
The official returns gave Hodges the
election by 31 votes.
Is your husband cross! An irritablo,
fault finding disposition ia often duo
to a disordered stomach. A man "with
eood digestion is nearly always good
natured. A great many havo been poi
nianentb' cured of stomach trouble Dy
I taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For Bale
I by all doalcr6. (Advcrtiscmont.)
In our stock you will find a large assort
ment of models and fabrics coupled with
superior tailoring, exclusive styles and a
H THAT'S WHAT WE ARE UPSTAIRS
FOR. ASK THE "HOBSON-KEILUS"
MAN. HE KNOWS; HE HAS TRIED IT.
Wi 1 COME BP AND SAVE TEH 1
I HOBSON-KEILUS GO.
Upstairs Clothes Shop. On Main at P. O.
Place. (45 Seconds From Broadway).
H SUITS AND OVERCOATS $15 TO $25.
I OFFERED TO BUILD I
THEATER FOR KELLY
W. J. KELLY.
IT IS juat probable that William J.
Kelly, the New York actor and suc
cessful stock star who la about to In
augurate a ucasou of notable stock pro
ductions at tho Colonial here, is the only
actor In this country for whom tho
women patrons of his theater proposed
and actually carried to an advanced
stage the protect of building a theater
for hln exclusive uso. tun fundu for the
undertaking to bo raised by popular sub
scription among tho feminine pationa or
Such, however, is Mr. Kelly's dis
tinction. Thla Is his firat visit to Salt
Lake for eleven years and the handsome
young ftar Is full of reminiscences this
week. He is working early and late on
the production of "The Liars," In- which
he Is lo open hla Colonial engagement
next Sunday night, but now and then no
slows up for a. story of pant experiences.
"I do not say it egotistically at alt,
for there would be llttlo excuse for
that, but I often wonder if any other
actor In the United States has ever had
a theater offered him by the fair ladles
who have mado up ono's n.udlcnccs
through a long aoason," is the way Mr
Kelly puts It. The offer was mado to
! Mr. Kelly while he waa playing at the
Harlem opera house.
BAJLT T.AKE THEATER "A Mod
ern Eve," closing performance to
night. ORPHEUM THEATER Advanced
vaudeville. Two performances every
COLONIAL THEATER Cathiine
Countlta and the Colonial Stock
company In "Brewster's Mllliono,"
all the week. Matlneca today and
EMPRESS THEATER Vaudeville.
Two performances in the cvenlngi
with matlneo every afternoon. Bill
ALTHOUGH tho programme gives
patrons the cholco of two headlin
es, the entire bill at th,c Empress tho
atcr this week Is of an excellence that
makes a cholco unnecessary, so far as
thorough entertainment goes.
Edward Dorking, said to be the last
survivor to leave the Titanic when the
great liner sank off the Newfoundland
banks last April, Is scheduled ao opo of
tho headllnera and if ono likec old
wounds reopchod and n. harrowing talc
retold, he holds his place rightfully. Mr
Dorking, who Is an Englishman, tells a
simple, straightforward story, lacking In
any sensational attf.mpt to picture the
horrors of his experience, but withal In
tensely Interesting. After completing his
parratlve, Mr- Dorking offers to answer
all questions. A veritable volley of quo
rles followed and all questions worn an
swered. One would-be wag asked If
Dorking would ever go back to England.
"Not until they build a bridge across,"
was tho EngUshman's ready reply.
To many Empress patrons Charles E.
Wlldlsh In "The Pool Room" will be given
first honor. In thla week's bill. Mr. "Wlld
ish is an actor of no mean ability and his
offcrins Is highly commendable, both
from the artistic and the moral stand
point. A great lesHori la contained thore
ln and Mr. "vVlldleh drives it home with
realistic conviction. Georgo Williams,
Roper W. Hyde. Jack Keuntzle, H, J.
Yobs and Earl Wile carry their roles well
as supporting mombers of Mr. Wlldlsh's
Originality appears to bo the crown
ing ambition of every Empross enter
tainer thla -week. There la scarcely a
number on the bill that doesn't spring
a new "wrinkle" on the- audience.
John Lelmore and Mies Olive Adair, In
"Scenes Behind the Scenes," present a
pleafca.nl bit of ridiculousness, sparkling
with gentle satire on stage life.
Scott and Wilton havo a lot of fun
at tho expense of the audience, and Billy
Link and Blossom Robinson make a spe
cialty of playing jokes on the patient
MacRae and Levering, In unique cy
cling acts, fully justify their title In the
programme of "Whimsical Wheelmen."
The orchestra and the animated views
are up to their usual excellenco and the
bill as a whole ranks high.
Tfci foll&wlnc thntir aottcM r nxrte3
"dTrtlietatat" ta eritr to conply with a
Itlrlct Ictqrp.'eUttoa of tb oe le4rl nowi
paptr Uw, lo no sraia rs ther ptli 4
TrtlteaenU. Thor re items funmbe4 bj
tbt prm ictcU ot th rvlous tintu.
j The mid-week matlnco at the Colonial
han developed into the heaviest perform
ance of the week at that house and for
the presentation of "Brewster's Mil
lions" Oils afternoon. Manager Ben
Ketcham has arranged for tho distribu
tion of cquiFltc souvenir photographs
of Miss Counties to all the ladles at
tending the performance. "Brewster's
Millions" closes Saturday night and be
ginning Sundav evening of the coming
jiveck the Colonial will offer lis new atock
star. William J. Kelly, and bin company
in tho first play of Mr. Ko'ly's engage
ment. "ThQ Llanj." Beautiful and tal
ented Gertrude Dallas Is Mr. Kclly'a
leading woman and tho has arrived and
Is rchcaralng with tho company.
Another larare audience witncsned "A
Modern Eve" at the Salt Lakj theater
lant night. The last performance will
be given tonight.
"An Indian Romance?" tvnuld br proba-
Home Face Peeling
i (From Fashion Reporter)
No complexion treatment yet discov
ered occms to havo becomo o generally
and so immediately popular ua tho mor
collzcd wax process. Evidently the rea
son for thla is that thla method actually
gets rid of a bad complexion, which can
hardly be said of any other. To tem
porarily hide or blench the defective skin
with cosmetics, cannot compare with the
effect of Iltorn.lly romovlng the skin It
self. Mercoll.ed wax takes off the of
fending surface fikln In flour-like par
ticles, a little at a time, until there's
none of It left. The new complexion
thus produced exhibits a htmlthy glow
and girlish beauty obtainable in no other
way. This wax. which you can get at
your druggist's, Is applied at night in the
sanio way you line cold cream, and
washed off next morning.
Here if tin? only thing I know of that
actually doeu remove wrinkles, remote
them quickly, and at trifling cost: Pow.
dorcd Haxollto. 1 os:.. dissolved In 9 pi.
witch lia7.pl. Use as a face hath. (Advertisement).
hlv classed U3 a headline act In any
vaudeville theater, and particularly so
here aa It a conception and produc
tion of a. local man. J. F. Goss. It la
a novelty act portraying Indian life. In
fact It Is an Tndlan playlet in which tho
majority of the players arc real red
sking who until two wcclw n,o never
before ?aw a stage. Tho Indians have
been released by direct permission of the
United Slates government from tho Ida
ho reserve. Next week the act will ap
pear In Denver and thenco work cast
over tho circuit.
CLARK BABY CASE IS
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 20. Be
cause of tho delay necessary to obtain
dcpoKltions from the cast, tho hearing
of the litigation concerning Iho guardian
ship of J. Ross Clark II., grandson of J.
Koss Clark, the railroad magnate and son
of Mrs. "Jack"- Tanner, formerly Mrs.
Walter Miller Clark, was postponed today
until December 1.
In the meantime, It was reported, at- I
torncyo for both, sldca wero discussing
ways and means for settling tho case out
of court. It was stated, however, that
no basis of agreement had yet been
Spokane and Return,
Via Oregon Short Ime, Novcmbor 2'2
and 23, for American Mininp: conjjrPBS.
Limit, December S. Citv ticket office
WulGkcrs Caught PIrc.
M1DDLETOWN, N. Y.. Nov. 20. A
spark from tho pipe of John E. Gllson.
a farmer, who waa smoking toda?. Ig
nited his lonr: whiskers. Tho flames
spread to his clothing and he tas
burned to death.
Martin Beck and Mort T. Singer
The Melodious Berlin Operetta,
1 Modern Ew
Brilliant Cast Augmented
Prices 50c lo 51.50. Matlnco 25c
If! Last Week of the Engagement of
I ffcATHRlNE I
I VOUNTISS I
iH Presenting the Comedy Success j!
I Brewster's Millions
;H Mats. Thurs and Sat. uU
M Souvenirs Thurs, Mat. f;
!i Next Week William J. Kelly W
M and hla company In tho great y
ALL THIS WEEk
An Indian Romance.
Mary Qulve and Paul McCarty,
The Great Acahl.
Owen Clark. Two Alfredo.
Prices Matinee Dally. 15c, 25c, 50c
Nisht, 25c, 50c, 75c,
56th r -aclty Week 13th Crowned Mont
Greater Advanced Vaudovllo
c-.ac-r "THE POOL ROOM,"
timp bv chas Wlldlsch.
rnnAV EDWARD DORKING.
5:S Scott and Wilson. Hyland
nd and Farmer, McRae and
Levering, Link and Robln
aon, John Delmore . Co.
KcQuur SO: Matlnco Dil 1 r
Emprgu 20a 500 I IIP
PrlCM 10a Parniict V,nt-
"Hour of Music"
Solo Apolla 3Jid Victrola
Special numbers by Mrs.
W. A. Wetzell's Ladies' Quar
tette. Public cordially invited.
Take elevator to second floor.
I Iu the licart of Salt Lake, Mailt "between Second and Third South.
I Iii full swing and drawing throngs of shoppers. Only a short time until we will vu
I our present quarters. That's what's causing such terrific low prices. The reductions
I from 10 per cent to 00 per cent off. Eveiy department of tho big organization cprabininH
1 malio it the greatest of all great low price sales. A regular carnival of bargain giving) jB
I few of tho many big bargains aro herewith quoted. -M
Trimmed Millinery OjTl
"eii,5;: ijB& l"ensc iy stocks, UiercCore this sensB
9 wll I vj ranging in prices from '$10.00 up, at OKlB
wS A J tf0S3S THIRD OFF. Mauy stunning creations jusfl
I ''ecently added will be included in this tcrjfl
Rl 11 ' Extra Special Offeringm
' ""V brimmed and Street
I tM sPecftl SrouP embraces about 100 hat9
1 il no scs alike. A most gorgeous urrajfl
a of colors to clioose from.
j Today, Enormous Extra Specials, & t Q 5sm
Worth up to $5.00, at ....... W J- OM
I $3.00 warm, comfortable bath robes. All sizes and a big showing of colors at $1.95
1 Waists, worth up to $5.00, at $1.95 J
1 Over ten different styles to select from. There arc handsome tailored linen waistajE
chiffon, mcssalinc and Iho dainty lingerie effects, fancy stripes and many others. All
sizes and all colors. S
I Women's Dress Skirts, W orth 0 t Q 5f
j up to $4.50, Today at ..... . W J- j
1 Several styles to choose from, in the serges, diagonals, whipcords and tho fancy mix
I tures. A good showing of sizes.
I $4.00 Exquisite Petticoats, $1.95 I
I Made of an excellent quality of the messaline and chiffon taffetas in a most glor
I ious host of the dainty afternoon and evening colors as well as black and while. Alls
I L sizes several styles.
ij : n
An Enormous Sale of Coats s
At a saving of ONE-FOURTH to ONE-THIRD of the regular prices. Over fhe luuJ
dred coats to choose from at the following special low prices.
One lot of coats from $Hjl QG eoas vor1 UP lo Tl
$20 to $22.50, special at ipionD $15.00, special at tpHoSfOj
Ono lot of coats worth up lo ft-P ntff One lot of coats worth up to (tPT
$17.50, special at leSft $12.00, special at fpi
One lot of coats worth tf jr'
'$10.50, special pQifi
This enormous showing of coats embraces women's, misses' and young ladies.' "Wo
can truthfully say that this is the greatest sample line of coats that wo have ever shovu
1 V, VJ Let Iho SAJELLIN export demonstrator show you hov
JU tho Sahlin Perfect Form and Corset Combined establishes
BustForm Corset ftj$03? v the appearance of a perfect figure and then builds the!
Immediately a !,: 'W wearer to it. Slender women liko it when they first put
Produces V. i : y 3
Ideal Figure AllU'Mf A it on, and become enthusiastic over its merits, as theirJ
1 figure begins to develop under the system of proper cap-i
(f) istpll I riage and right breathing which SAHLIN makes ca6y.
fatmmm. lliLiill "We guarantee that every wearer of a SAHLI.X shallj;
irnXML " ' "-n 1Q satisfied that it is a perfect figure builder for tho
tXMrid NHNkE NJ,CIa,p8 Slender Women.
vlwilll NoStrins 8 Special showing now on in our .corset department ou
jfJ wo Hwvy steel. j frhc Main Fioor.
1 A Timely Sale of Fancy Ribbons
A splendid asuortmcnt of beautiful Dresden and
warp print ribbons very suitable for making Christ
mas novelties, full 5 Inches -wide, 79f
linn grade, ot. tho yard
15c quality lilfch- grade alll: moire ribbons 3 inchca
ivldc. all colors, 70o
thu yard xut'
Pretty little collapsible waeta paper and sowing bas
kets, endless variety of designs. f n
$1.23 grade, 2-clasp overscam, 07 Of)
m the pair -i.- vm.vv
9 51.7fj real Franch kid gloves, ' 07 9
tho pair 1J..JO
U S3.50 10-botton length glovca. 09 fix
1 tho pair KJf.Uf
75c grad boys' and girls' leather Kflr
H A iperlal aeaortment of new hundkerchlos, In flue
H Plain shamrock, lawn, croHS bar. mercerised and tn-
H broldcrod comer
i C for
Pure Linen initial Handkerchiefs
H G In a b:. embroidered in the 07 nn
U -nw long Initial!', box ... .i ''(
Specials From Children's Headwear
and Knit Dept.-Main Floor 1
One lot of llttlo boys' felt hats, colors rod, nay and
black, regular 2fiCt
Ono special lot of llttlo girls' hats. All new, nobby
styles In velvet and corduroy, 9oCi
31.50 rcsulnr v
Children's knit aviation caps, all 25c
colors. 35c regular ri v
Ladies' cotton and wool vests and pants, high ncckp
and long sleeve, ankle length pants. Conio In fll'J
vcr and cream SffCf
Ladies' heavyweight flcece-Hned vests and t's'if
cream and whlto. All slses, I to 0. ODCt
Children's flccce-Hned vesta and pants, como In slI-J
vcr and cream. Sizes 2 to 14 years. Price, accord-
insr to 20c to 40C
Boys' extra heavyweight fleece- RZC ntld 75Cj
lined union suits uu u,t j
Glrla' medium weight fleeco union suite, silver and j
cream, sizes 2 to if years. DC, 30C a5C
Infontn' flno rib fleccc-llncd vest, extra I5&i
sood value, prlco ' h