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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1 1, 1012. 7
i''r. 1 . ' - .
ev I he Handsome
incc public: announcement was!
co weeks figo by the StiuJobaker
of DclrolL of tlic-lr 1313 line of
Ice, tlicro has been a constant
' prospective car purchasers call
thc Stuil conifer company for
details. Seeing tlicrc was no
r out of it. Manager C. A. Quis
c Sludcbakor Bros, company uf
nrcd tv.o cars by express. Thoy
Studcbakcr "35" and the StwJc
." These cars arrived yesterday
believed to be the first automo
r received In Sail ake by cx
rs will be put on exhibition at
obaker parage on Second Kaat
nd South street! this lnominp.
o Kales forco of the Stutlobakyr
will be ready to show and acni
tliem. ip or the new cars yesterday,
Manager .1, A. Grucidieek aald;
sve we ha.vc the greatest value
ercd In the :uitoinobllu line In
dohalicr and "if.." Wo
reat deal about elcclric Htart
rlertrlc lights this year. The
ivo haa thin Ktarlcr and llght
om and. 1 believe, is thy only
he world with these Improve
ut the price. The new ears
models havo (he long-stroko
Inclosed valve feat urea; both
cd with electric horns. Jiffy
, wind shlfldH bulk In the
eep cushions, large tires. debit-
and extra rims. and. In
crv new iniprovcmcnlto
J on the $5000 cars.
"33" is a six -passenger
lug the. body tho long, slender
much desired this snason.
Ing tills new body the graco
of iho high-priced car. long
aso and complete dali ciuU
rc carried out.
aie had a great demand for
ars from prospective buyers',
lid not have been able to get
dels through betorr the hrM
,-ear had not rushed them
I 1ft f '
i FATHER FORECAST.
r& ither forecast for Salt Lake City
Etah. Local: Fair Wednesday and
iparatlv.. wcatlier data at Salt Lake
0 December 10, 1012.
vul lost temperature today was .IS de
(highest temperature In thl month
neJi 1S74 was 61 degrees; lowest temper
tlast ulght was 2fi degrees; lowest
HffBraturo this month since IS7 was
trees below zero; mean tempera t tiro
May was ?.2 degrees; normal temper
Kwna S3 degrees; accumulated defl
rjiilnce the first of the month is -10
me; accumulated deficiency since
,1 .Iry 1 is 331.
f ha Etive humidity at G a. m. today was
Rcciit: relative humidity at 6 p. m.
4ilEwas i5G per cent. 4
"fc precipitation for tho twenty-four
i fending at 6 p. in. was none; total
I Stpllatlou for this month to dalu In
Kan Inch, accumulated excetss for thi?
mvB:tn dato Is .13 of un Inch; total pre
Jou since January 1 to date is IS.tJt'i
A. i ; accumulated excess since Janu-Jl-'l
a 3.30 Inches.
ianac Sun rises 7:1". a. in.; sun sets
OM Km., December 11. 1012,
rW . Temperature i
Stations. 5 -n
n , wlakb. I ?,a nsi 271 .00
. vnl "S 40 24 .00
W We 115 .T2 1G' .14
j fo ::s 42 p.o .00
aiV- P, 21 riS 24 .02
, tolncs, ;6i....
g CIty. :;4 4 J 26 .00
G 2S 0 .00
po o ::s 14 .00
ILv Junction 2S 34 10 .00
i 20 25 20 .00
is 1 IS....
J, ltJ I!2 Id .00
jflfl nvillo OS i!6 44! .00
AW 8 City ;;S 4l .".t .00
il -'0 2S J4! .12
A igelcs rC U2' 4i5i .00
J a 32 42 12! .00
W. eqd n it; 1;: .00
, jrleans HI fiS 42 1 .00
Xpi il'latte 2S Si 30 .00
. Of a I
. w if f.i r.s 1 .00
2' a a4 ',0 24 .00
M 0rc 41 4S 3.1 .00
-City 2 :!0 .00
1 fm J'TG 42 44 SGI .00
1 toKo SO HO 4: .00
lr J-"18 40 52 30! .00
1C1U' UI 10 :!2 :;2j , 0
fcwc'isco -4 -4 6 0(l
s; 44 it: :m! .00
5" 2& srs! 21; .00
. 11 11, 3S 3S 2fi .00
1 SFln ifi 48 as .00
fill 'on 2 22l 12 .00
lM HDUcca ; 3U 4Sj 101 .00
jRMACY BOARD TO
0 5l!inriy 'ay. t,lc l,0:"-,J' biennial
i l.cli lH lf ,rn Presumed to th..
flrt i' .before the report is ilnally
8TP fa, the members of the board will
1A 55. ",t0 ll,H'ldi- upon matters cal
IC ; 0 Improve pharmaceutical con-
. tliroiiRhout the KtutJi.
understood that tho report will
iJ 1. "u.ml-''' of recommendations
f 'Sislatlon. .lames L,. Frankn
city Is chairman of the board,
ocr members arc Walter 11. Day-
2l-. John Culhy of Ogocn and
fcaflqulst of Provo.
iLISH GIRL WRITES
ilLER OF SALT LAKE"
XHfl Hoi'? .,a,.'."r,,,c R,,,,:r of Salt
W Istrlct, Utah in America." might
vtif ?.?n a Jcbatabie question hereto-
p'' Ait an ingenious mull carrier set-
nitiP niattft1- yesterday morning by
ing. a letter so addressed In
jrt. t-.feamuel C. Park's mull.
Z wmmunlcatlon 1b from an English
IT 6P 5infr A"0 of Florence White.
lil08 that s,c na t-ji.,, n kJn l0
. i 5. n "VHj!lo,,"ry a"'1 wnnta to come
Uifi- if,,r,?ll0,,Hf'k,".tvl "Th ruler of
IfW Lake dlsxrlct. Uluh in America."
.itS K,,"',0 m0l,cV l? PV her pasvnsc.
;Ap tiv b pny a' C uVury ccl1t ,lftcr
ifsm-ANS FORrn-IE Y E A R
ffltrm flrst luurheon of the Salt lke
' ilitfB b,u,,iBl' thc Vow officers will be
ft-irvii.4,rl,.V,'orc5al l',,h Thurfdny t
ao Ttf1001,, Hie meeting will be d". I
Hfl V,,f,n,,on r tl,c l,,rt I'm-!
m1 Kor ''Oliduut of lli club for the!
1&m,??ar "l"1. "J'- revision of tlw
-yWkVu H"fl hv-lax. The Mpcuh--"5tM
,l,0 R. Woodruff, pre" I-
H'B1"1"68 C calloiml ilud lunch-
SALT LAKK Julian Eltlngo In "The
Fascinating Widow," : all week.
Matinees today and Saturday.
OKPiriSU.M Advanced vamlovillc.
Performances every afternoon and
evening. Amelia Lflnshnm thc fea
ture tills week.
COLONIAL William J. Kelly In "The
Royal Bo.v," continues throughout
wick; matinees Thursday and Sat
EMPRESS Vaudeville. Three per
formances dally, matinee and two
Pf-rformanccs at n'sht. Dill changes
.'. follQT7lr.c thfKrr notlci r iuirkl
r1rllscr.inl" In ordir to complr with i
lirl't lntrrprtitlon 0 the nw fedtril npwn
rprr lrv. In utj. icnio arc t!ifr rM ai1
erlliianli. Thrr nri Items furnished bj
(he r- cntt o( the Tarlous theitetf.
rpiIE Empress will open with Its new j
bill todwy. having for a headllncr j
Mons (J. t Molasso's latest and greatest
vaudeville trluipp.. "La Dance An Vio
lins."' the bullet having been taken from
the Imperial opera at Moscow. Mons
Moln.so has made himself famous by
thc pantomime productions dealing with
the "underworld" of Paris, etc.. but In
thc prcPunt production It will be noticed
that the famous novelist and producer has
taken bis theme from the more beauti
ful. When It is stated that the rccule
effects are from the studio r.f KIronuly,
showing :i water-color reproduction of
this famous artist's painting. "La Daneo
Au Vlollnjj," ii Is possible that a more
eotnpiv-hens-lvo Idea may br g!eniiid. Thc
costumes and electrical effects arc said
to be among the most dazzling and be
wildering vet- seen on a vaudeville
stage. The piece will offer a series of
classical dances, wherein rhythm and
A sceuo from Mons G, Molasso's ucvcst aud most gorgeous vaudeville triumph, ''La Dance au Violins,"
which tops thc best bill in woeks at tho Empress today.
gra.-e will predominate. "La Dunce Au
Violins" will reatu ro Mile Ivonne Andre,
assisted by Louis Avnllne. t'ulberliie
Schult: and a company of ln dancers.
Having just returned from a two years'
engagement abroad. Collins and Hart,
two well-known comedians, ure making
their last American tour ocr the Sulll-v;in-Consldinc
circuit. Their act Is said
to be very deftly woven around some
serious and difficult athletic stunt. They
arc the original "strong men" and their
offering i. said to be tilled with good,
clean laughing materia.
The Empress bill provides h special
feature for thc little ones, and Just, as
full of interest for She grownups, it Is;
Mile. Bessee'a cockatoos. "I'here are
many spc-les or tho cockatoo family
ami Mile. IJessec will Introduce for the
HrM time in Salt Lake a nuinber of the
most highly educated and thoroughly
trained birds in the world.
Willi a dancing feature like I Uf danc
ing Maddena are capable of presenting,
the Empress this woolt should be the
most popular playhouse in town. The
Maddens, a winsome and graceful young
girl and a good-fooklng young man. are
1 making their llrxt lour over the. Su!ll-van-Considlne
circuit and are said to
have few cipials and no superiors when
It comes to the ar of dancing.
A trio of singers from sunnv Italy arc
sure to sing themselves into Ibe admirn-
rioji of Empress audience?, for they have
been doing this very thing all over the
circuit ami have won great Muccesu in
all the large eastern cities where they
have appeared. Their stlectlontf include
operatic excerpts and divers nunfbors
from Offenbach. Verdi, Donnisetti and
others. They will also render the folk
songs of the Neapolitans.
If Arthur Whllelaw doesn't become the
great favorite, before, the end of thc week
II will be because all the wit of an
Irish-American has failed. Mr. White
law's wit is of the "hair-trigger" va
riety and he concludes his offering by
reciting "The Top o th Mornln," a
poem which tells of the great Joy of a
son of the Emerald Isle who Is 'returning
to .his country after a long slay in Amer
ica. A distinguished critic of one of thc
New Vork paper- wrote of Mr. Whlte-la-.v:
"Mr. Whitclaws entertainment is
both elevating and Instructive, the lat
ter a principle which should be observed
by all actors of the vaudeville or legiti
mate brand." This uinisuallv large and
entertaining bundle of varieties slll close
with the animated Pathe'.y weekly review,
which is of much merit this week.
In the support Mr. Kelly receives from
thc men of his company at the Colonial
this week in producing "The lloyal Box,"
honors are prett evenly divided between
J. Prank Burke. Richard Vivian and Ar
thur Morse Moon. Mr. Burke plays the
Prince of Wales and plays it mngnllieent
ly. Mr. A'lvlau completely loses ills iden
Uty as Count Felsen. the Swedish em
bassador, whore wlfo Is In lovo with
Clarence, thc actor, and Mr. Moon Im
personates thc cockney Constable Tip
In a wny that makes thc role one of the
comedy hits of the season at thc Co
lonial. Julian Kltinse's extraordinary popular
ity" may bo traced to the influence which
the remarkable young actor exercises
over, thc feminine portion of his audi
ences. In "Thc Fascinating Widow,"
which Is crowding tho Salt Lake theater
this week, the famous Impersonator is
called upon to Impersonate many types of
beautiful women. In the execution of
which he. is so perfect that his appcar
.ance, when disguised as a member of
the gentler sex. haa Inspired the para
doxical expression, "The handsomest
woman on the stage is a man." There
will be a matinee this nfternoon.
If General Lew Wallace's "Ben-IIur,"
which will be presented at tho Salt Lake,
theater for four nights and Thursday and
Saturday inatliices, commencing Wednes
day. December IS, were not a drama of
great merit; if It were not Intrinsically
worth the time and attention of theater
FEEL FIE! LIB HIGH, STOIGH I
SIIET, HEilCHFJiE -- "CASGARETS" I
Cnscarcts make you feel bully; they iminodiatelv dcansc and sweeten the 1
stomach, reinpvo, tho spur, undigested and fennentiuc food and foul "a-cs: take mM
tho excess .blip rroin the liver and cnrry ofl the constipated waste matter and mM
poison from thc bowels.
A Caacurct. tonight will straighten you out by morning a 30-cent box
from any druggist will keep your stomach regulated. Head dear and Liver auj mM
Bowels in a splendid eonditou for mouths. Dou't forget thc children' mmJ
vJP 0 CCIlfS. Neve jripe or aiefceru
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.'' H
patrons, It could not possibly have
achieved thc unexampled success It bos
achieved upon ihe American stage. Year
after year it makes Its round, with about
three seasons between appearances in thc
same city. The present Is Us fourth visit
to Salt Lake, and the chances are It will
not return again In several years.
To Edwin George, the young man at
the Orphcum this week who attempts
dlfllcult juggling tricks and misses them
all, Is accorded the distinction of keeping
a portion or the audience in a continual
state of laughter, and .some others In
the audience fay ho Is the worst Juggler
they ovor saw. Thc first named realize
that In reality ho Is a clever Juggler who
Is burlesquing his own profession. Mr.
George is a comedian Jlrst and a Juggler
afterward. Not the least entertaining
part of his act Is his running tire of com
ment which he indulges In during the
twelve minutes he works hard to ct his
"The Massacre of the Fourth (a
airy," a stirring title of the days -when
Indians were in' their military glory, v. lit
be presented at the Hex theater for two
days, commencing today. This Is ui
questionably the most ostentatious pro
ductlon ever undertaken by the 101 r.'-
sou til in makers, not executing "Cur-
tei-K Last Htand." which has created H
such a furore throughout the countrv
for several weeks nasi. The bargain
matinee prices will renfaln thc same, the
entire house being cents. A beautiful
doll will be given away every evening.
.TUSTRITE COAL, all kinds, care
fullv screened. Alliance Coal Co., 11
Main street. Phono Was. 4443.
Without egotism and without exaggeration, we can say that this is one of the most JM I
SLuMMmJW important announcements of Pianos and Player Pianos ever made in Utah. plfr H
Hundreds of families of this City and State will get their first Piano this Christ- BF H
PflBjUHj ' ITKls That nieans Hundreds of Happy Families for no gift can bring more Joy, If $277M?lBS I
re continuouspleasure or more true education and refining influence into a home JPfl I
JM . t arstensen & Anson's Every family which wants and needs a Piano can be Sla I
Sljlg suited to the most minute detail in the matter of quality, price and terms. Our Christ- liHWll 1
HBwlfiWlf S325 Ml mas selling plan makes it as easy for those of limited means to have Pianos as lil $375t fl
Bf'-SSa those of wealth. We have instruments for all. 'M
my" Special Terms Extraordinary Advantages ,UiKaBL H
fT fidil fifl Seven dollars derivers tlie $237 Piano, balance $5 monthly. $1 .00 EARNS $1 .50 1 fill
W q5J.0f 3ight dollars delivers the $277 piano .balance $6 monthly f , , Ill
i rn i. t n i t i -j ' i i Am 1 or cVCl-V dollar llP to $10 F $375.00, thc regular I 1'
fl Represents the actual sum von -twenty dollars delivers the $17 player, balance $10 monthly that ydu deposit up to Xmas, we value of this strictly bigii 1 -I
M save on this beautiful up- Twenty-five dollars delivers the $527 player, balance $10 monthly will add an extra credit of 50c. sr?a J"0- lC!lves tho Girclc f'l
I right, the regular value of ' ' ' r A pavnient of $.10.00 means price .277. lou should u.ves- H
Il HE DiLLIR on any of these instruments and wo will lay 16.00; a payment of $20.00 lvalifSe ,
tono is round and full, and wflatt. aside the piano you select. The balance of nrst means .$30.00, etc. m tuno well. If is iully guar- ..'J
the case design is ouo of slrik- payment is payable any time before or on delivery. Now read how you are COME TOMORROW. "oneunlit8 nTniado" one 14 i
ing elegance. credited with an extra 50c for this dollar you have paid to us. of"6 America-"11 "reutot ac- irf
p.fi TERMS: $5 Monthly tories. 11 jH
1 p!e $237 0 $108.00 Saved . IVIASL Saved $14gJ0 TS:?O01S l
il , , . OR BRING US TODAY PriR S2 7 f Ml mU
ilk Here is a player piano for $-i7 that is a re- Ts; wived tho.igli duality has not been ae- rnce B tt Ml
iW , . , .... niarkably well constructed instrument not only CABSTENSEN & ANSON CO. rificcd in "tho pricing of ' thi's excellent player- Ml
IM m point of tone quality, durability aud j;cu- 5?alf T.akA nfv i i j u . z j j jWjP
im eral appearance, bat tho artistic effects obtain- , i ? r , ' CaS0.d5SlgI1 - B
ffiTA. ablo bv aid of iis new nd imnrnv nl-v?nrr ticntlemen: Withoiit obligation to ity of construction it is an instrument that will
nTlin: are tnily wonSerV ScVPJan?4 t0 $C2" ValU Jt is 3" SS-aot "fM H
imm'WrUMClSiKiWiWUJtfX turc, no matter what player you buy, tho ex- scale, medium size, and until December 25 you vff aifggjy f&S M'Sf B
Bl change of our music libraryis free. Name , can buy it at this very spocial price. "j $527 3r ' fal I
'M Prico......l477Je "k:::::::::::::::::::;; Sntlllv, ....$527.00 W
lS OUMP1 VA'I TEDB vou are privileged to exchange your instrument any timo within ono year n tSffl ll
WS 3 HlEi I r EI&Ki B SllMLi from date of purchase, and we will allow all you have paid to appjv. ij .fc f g iffl
KafaA ? 1 A selection of tho world's greatest instruments awaits you. Railroad fare refundpd to out-of-town purchjiscrs. -- ' f ffl MLu
jOfeSpi This Gift of $50.00 Is Only Another of the Advantages of Buying Pianos at Carstensen & Anson Cos Pm, H
Tllis is a concession not obtuiualjle elsewhere. It is an advantage that in connection with the purchase of a fcj&'v' 'W ;$Sp
jP WSM&!im iao for Christmas does not curtail other gift-buying plans. M"'''A'M'''''''- 4f
Tl-TjiS qnif?tion aboul tl,e valuc You avays buy here at less than similar instruments are to be ob rff
V'fe-'i' Thcrc is 110 ,'l,1(?sLion "s t0 the safety. Ton get the Carstensen & Anson Guarantee of perfect satisfaction "sSV : 'JW
' .'; SIvjT w'1 every piano, in addition to the crunrantee of the Faker of the Instruments. iL'" '9
pSP;5; COME IN AND LET US EXPLAIN FULLY THESE AND OTHER ADVANTAGES OF BUYING- HERE, lSvWW
lgptf, AND THE SUPERIORITY OF OUR INSTRUMENTS OVER OTHER MAKES OFFERED AT ABOUT THE SAME - Jf
fev The Home of Steinway, Weber, Steck, Pianola Player Pianos. jiM 1h
BdLruments- w C arstcnseii & Anson Co o tlTZll H
' and Supplies of iain J ' " Music Ro118
all kinds. OPEN EVENINGS BY AFPOINIMET $ and Bags.