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-THE SALT LAK15TR1BUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 191 3. . , 19
lBTT7 First Methodist.
..., nro?rammo of snored
Wfl,,.n,r nrKcl r the sen
iBu, "t Methodic Episcopal
ffcl-i rt My Son" Peace
A ! J0-&. Mr Franks
JfflP fjjidrn, and Choir.
"Fear Not. O Israel"..
,! .. Dudley Buck
Tp. ti'l). Lockncr.
SK'oE' UoW Nlslu"........Adam
gfejUola Schrack and Choir.
hK?- A, f : iiu Coombs
ffii&U VnMand Sherman
B'Mvio-. Mr-" William A. V.'et-
J Lc'"Ls stro,lauor-
V t- ltlts'r.s and much npprc
rlifn Friday evening ul the
nlaulit. J.nd other pupils of
Eftlske Musical college. While a
tBtrhfr of siudents had a part In
4Kh- prograc. Mil's Sims, who
KV vean 'iaa studied the piano
mWva-e Eopt 'c Drodbeok. wan the
""he rccluil. appearins to ad
jMlii msnv difficult selections. Her
Wk6 !th& thopln srpP and or tho
Sferin rondo proved hoth her abll-Kjfoc-J
PifDsie Festival Arranged.
'flttL PaJl Svmpliony orchestra com
Kto'vnve musicians, Including six
mm A'l'l be 'icard here during the
Wfci c dote ret io he tlxod. The
WLkk oi lh5s c:;ci.-llcnl organlza-
PO yOU HEAR WELL?
N. V. doctor Is astonishing
Mtole bv restoring their, hearing
KOptratlon. artificial tar devices
fc-Mtidrances. Wonderful successes
bor.ed r.Jtcr a!' else has failed.
nSf treatment A book containing
fc information w.!l be mailed free
t Gtcrcc E. foutnnt, Station F.
Sew York City. This book ha?
W Joy So many a home.
lion wl l be tinder the direction of Kred
oraliam, who has .several timet in
previous yea. furnished .S.ill "Ikcr"'
In t.ri)0nrtUnU?' of Vr'aiS splendid work
in the annual music festival.
Concert at Hotel Utah.
The ?.lcClfllan Hole' l.'tjii, Jn;hnim
aislstcd hy Mva Wo-.dwurd. baritone
will render the following programme In
& uclockf.- C' th,S 'vn'"S
Overture. "tftradella" Flotow
vocal, The Urea in Song'" TavJor
, , Mr. WooJward.
selection. "Url in the Train".. Leo Tall
iM vr.?i k, IMvard Cries
, u.'c LrS,nte -IMdiird Schuett
Vocal. "O Thou Sublime. Sw..ct
i Lvenlug Star" Wagner
I , , Mr. Woodwatd.
t Grund selection. 'Fnnsit" Gounod
j Music at XlirY Methodist. ',
Tho following programme of music will
oc clvcu in the llirf Methodist church..
Mnth Last nn.l first South alrceta. tht-a I
evening nt 7M.1 o'clock; j
Prelude Violin Duet '
Daniel H lakes and Vllllie t-iavdi- i
Soprano Holu.. aa v.-hiiman
I'rio (violin, cello and piano;
V.'illo Mardiman, Agnes and Jo
rjarltonc Solo Mr. Smith
Address Mr. Nichols
Cello Solo Joseph Clive
j Soprano Solo Mi as Lenore Morse
Miss Hyde to Advance.
Music lovers of Salt Lake Citv and the
intermountaln region T.-ho have learned
to know ami admire the excellent work
of Ils3 Romania. Hyde, violinist, will
view with mingled regret and pleasure
her departure thia week for Berlin to
continue her work under some recognized
master of her chosen Instrument. Miss
Hyde has, during the few years hut sho
has been In the public eye. demonstrated
her possession of much talent, energy
and an unfaltering ambition to continue
making progress. She will be missed at
both social and public functions, yet hor
friends cannot but congratulate her upon
the opportunity at hand to work under
the best advantages of an old world
! musical center.
I Tuesday evening of (his week a tc-stl-I
menial concert will he tendered MSsa
I Hyde at the First Mothodlst church.
Her teacher, C'corce E. Skelton; her own
i string quartette. Mrs. C. C. Snyder, eou-
tra to and Mlso linnna. I.ucy Gates aro
Included among tlx- art (tits who will ap
pear. Music Notes.
At neM Tunhday morning's rohcaiTHl
of the Salt Lake Phlllmnnonlc orchestra,
which will be tin- flr.st In this year, a
well-arranged aciecllon from the com
edy opera. "The Firefly. " will be played.
H la skIJ I hat the composition contains
bume beautiful melodlce.
The farewell Utah concert of Mies
ISmtna LtK-y Galea, prior to "tier de
parture for Europe, will ho 'given In Og
den n?xl Wednesday nlslit. .Mlex Gatea.
.whi wiP be asalHted by the Ou-dcn tab
crnaelo .'holr. wllj give several of the
numbers which she aam; at her last con
Mmc. Knimn Civ will ir.c; tn Salt
Lake on Jzuuarv 'VS. anDWlng lcre In
bur own arrangement ft "Cannati" and
"Ca val I or 'a R urt I cxinu
Abdon Oberg. on.- of the promising
young toners e.( Suit r.ake. will continue
hia studies hfre for the ueason and will
then acccp one of the leading nlci with
!ha "Red Rose" company for musical di
rector anc! manager of which h tang
luring the reoont anpearanoj of the com-r-any
David Ree-?c, tenor, has been l.cld to
his contract tu finish the season with the
"Red .Rose" company and does not ex
pect to return to his home nero until
Twelve of the pupils of the Utah Con
servatory, of Music will give a recital at
tho Consolidated Music hall on Satur
day. January 11.
A Chopin recital by Mrs. Sybella Clay-ton-Eassett
will be sriven in th near fu
ture. Official of the Salt Lake Musicians'
union have under consideration plans for
larger a:;d mere suitable headquarters,
others then tho-e now occupied in the
Atlas block. A hall suitable for orches
tral practice work Is much desired.
Under tho auspices of the music com
mittee of the Commercial "club a concert
will bo given tome evening this month.
A sub-committee, including Messrs. A.
II. Peabody, E. O. Engocrg and John D.
Spencer, wig appointed to select the date
and make necessary arrangements.
Children of the Junior choir and the
St. Cecelia chorus cf St. M.ny's ca
thedral repeated their Christmas pro
gramme Thursday afternoon at tho
Kearns-St. Ann's orplmnage to the great
enjoyment of the Inmates,
1. jflPpOplL BEAUTIFUL and COSTLY j
j PREMIUMS FREE I
m py FIND LUCKY With Our Famous
I .HrT enB!ISsh OM German Lager
FylK t Atjjw METAL GAP AlsD
' " ftQ" Beers I
shown in illustration below.
AUm Ji you iincl a number-'eugravocl
1 il-t -- a au Preinum worth
Salt Lake City I
Ww; myMr Brewing Co, IS
MM JMn 5th South and im East SI
.I' H tp Trnu'm noh fcolinir 'Muot rlsht" -if you find your checks losing Pll
XE mk that" 2y. hohy SloSf your appetite holins to fail you-or if .w..t Jggjj
rufc refreshing sleop tlocs not conic easily ki'tmM
I mm Your physician will prescribe alight food-toaic in the form of cither figfe)
AMERICAN BEAUTY BEER Mk
HHBh Thnrr'g vim. health and refreshing stimulus in every glass of these HK I 'JfraH .
mm gagsMgss mm
flEP 'VhONE HYLAND 17 FOR A CASE M
Bmm&$$ Prices . n 52,50 et lra
El SALT LAKE CITY BREWING COMPANY SS
19P I Where to Look For Lucky Numbers l!JI
Going Abroad to Study
MISS ROMANIA HYDE.
Money Order Division Han
dled $599,139.03 During- .
Month of December.
December was the blggc3t mouth in tho
history of the money order department ot
the Salt Lake postof lice, according to
flsruresi given out by Postmaster A. L.
Thomas yesterday. The total business In
all departments of the money order di
vision amounted to 5599,ir.9.0;i. or a frac
tion under $000,000.
Th!. includes money orders paid and
Ifsiicd. both foreign and domestic, de
posits received from depositing post
masters and all other funds. The unpre
cedented business in an excellent Indica
tion of prosperity in Salt Lake and Utah,
hecaueo a considerable share of the
money was exchanged in the purchas
ing of Christmas gifts, which would
dearlv indicate that ih.. average Utuhn's
llnanccs are in a healtnv condition.
Weather Forecast for Salt Lake City
and the State o Utah Loc.il: lralr and
Comparative weather data at Salt Lake
City January I, 101.":
Highest temperature today was 2G de
grees: highest in this month since JS71
was 60 degrees: lowest last night was
18 degrees; lowest this month since- IS74
was 20 degrees below aero; mean tem
perature for today was 22 degroes; nor
nal was "3 degrees; accumulated defi
ciency olnc-i the first of the month Is 11
degrees: accumulated deficiency since
January I Is 11 degrees.
Relative humidity at 0 a. m. today was j
7S per cent: relative humidity at 6 p. m. I
today was 70 per cent.
Total precipitation for the twenty-four
hours ending at 6 p. m. was .05 of an
Inch: total for this month to date is
.07 of an Inch: accumulated deficiency
for thla month to date Is .011 of an inch;
total precipitation bIikc January I to
date is .07 of an Inch: accumulated defi
ciency alnce January 1 Is .03 of an
Sun rises 7:.'i3 a. m, ; sun acts 3:14 p. m.
, j Temperature
Stations. ' iTr.
I : : : 5 ?
SALT LAK13 IP 26' 1S .05
Boise 22 'M 2'2 .00
Cheyenne I 1' .12
Chicago ' -G 2V lt5' .00
Denver .... ' 12 U'. .12
Dcs Moines .'0 . . . .
Dodco City 21 2Sj 21 .00
Dliluth 12 2 .00
Duranco t 12 12 .00
Grand Junction -U " -Gi 10 .1G
Havre 3 1 0 .00
Helena 2 10; 2 .06i
Huron 2 22 2! .MO
JaekBonvllle 5s f.O : .00
Knncas City -0; 30 2'J! .00
Lundcr H 1! I 101
Los Angeles OS 10 .00
Modcna Hi 2S 11 .IS
Mcorhend S 10 S. .00
New Orleans GO i0 i"2; .00
New York 31 3G 2S1 .01
North Platte 20 ZOi .00
Oklahoma l G 3 1 .00
Phoenix t5 Gl Zti .00
Pocatollo . 12 IS, 15 .01
Portland. Or SI an 32 .00
Rapid City IS; I .!
RoHirtmrg 31 S2 ,yl
iJ;in Dlago 61 oS' f0' .00
st. lull's no at! 2; .on
St. Paul 12 101 0 .00
Son Francisco I' 501 IG .00
Scuttle S3 51 ; .00'
Sheridan -0 1 C .3 1
Spokane 2 2b 22 .00
Tonopah - 22 2 .00
Washington I i "0 2 ."0
Wllliston J 0' 0 .00
Wlnncmucca 1S 21, IS! .00
Indicates below zero.
Inheritance Tax Paid.
ALBANY. N. V., Jan. 1. State Comp
troller Sohmner today received a cheek
for $&tS32.10 in payment of the state ln
herltancu tax on the estate of the late
Vlco President Jamca S. Shcrmau.
Two Days' Convention of
Sheepmen to Open at
The annual convention of tho Utab
Woolgrowers' association will be bold
iD tbo Tiotcl Utah in this city tomor
row and Tuesday, aud those who aro
iu touch with ibc Eituatiou say that
tlio alloudauco will cstablisb a record.
Albert Krickson, one of tho bi-r wool
tni'u of (bo slate, rolurued from Los
Aupeles yesterday, where he was spend
iop the winter with his family, aud trill
attend tbo convention.
"1 don't know just wbat will bo
done." said Mr. Erickaorj yesterday
"but 1 came home to attend the con
vention aDd expect to 0 to ibc na
tional convention in Cbcycnno. Thcrn
arc many important problems that
mur.t be" solved by the sbeepmen, and
the sooner wo uct down to business tho
better it will be for all of us. "
"The samp is ihe case with Bbecp
men from all over the state." said 0.
B. Stewart, secretary of the Utah
I VoolgTOTVcrs ' association. "Wo ex
pect to have a record breaking at
tendance at our state convention and
also an exceptionally lar;ro delegation
from hero (o t.be national contention.
There will be a mcel.intr of the board
of directors of the association in their
office on the eighth floor of the Mc
Tntyre building- at 10 o 'flock Monday
The repular nroirraninio of the asso
ciation aside from the preliminary di
rect ors mcctincr beiliuM at o'clock
Monday afternoon, and is as follows:
Invocation Rev.' r. A. Simnkln
Address 0,v'. WHIham Spry
K. II. Calllster, president Utah Wool
John II. Seely, vice president Utah
"Preparing and Packing Wool"
J. Iv Coscrlft
"Condition In Southern Utah"
Juna than T lea ton
"Conditions in Northern I'tali" ,
"Our Desert U'tiida" William Moss
Appointment of committee on rosolutlona.
Convention called to order 10 o'clock,
January 7. ;
"Summer Range John N. Henry
"Forest Reiervos"'. John E. Austin
"Taxation of Shnep"....J. O. McAllister
Rrport of cotnnrittcc on resolutions
Afternoon s"Keion. 2 o'clock.
"Lcaao and Control of Government
Lands John C. Mackay
Flve-inlnute addresses by members of
Heport of Secretary C. B. Stewart.
Election of directors.
Retired Ofllccr Dies.
WASHINGTON, Jan. . Brig. Op.
Charles O. Sav.fllc. t". S. A- retired,
lied here today, ased 79 yearn.
Got This For Colds
Prescription for Posltlvo Results
"From your druggist set two ounces
of C5Ivc-rne and half an ounce of Clobe
Pino " Compound (Concentrated Pine).
Take thfsj two Ingredient h home and put
them into a half pint of sood whlakev.
Shake well. Take one or two tcapoou
f it l.i after nach lncnl and at bsd time.
Smaller doaos to children according tc
:iKe." Thin l sad to be the quicl:cEt
cougV. and told wiiv. known to tba nu-di-cal-
profession. Be uro to get only the
genuine Globo Pine Compound (Concen
trated Plne'r. ISaeh half ounco bottle
comes In n tin wcrcw-top iicaleil case. If
your druggist It out of stock he will
quickly get It from his wholesale house.
Don't fool with uncertain mixtures. It
la rlskv. Local druggists fay that for
the part six yearn thlt has had a wonder
ful demand Published lv the G?obn
Pharmacoutiral Luboratori of Chicago.
SALT LAKE THEATRE fnn ' in I 1
ONE WEEK STARTING Bilwll W MiS V I jl
POPULAR MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 1 S
THE MESSRS. SHUBEflT AND LEVIS VALLER PRESENT THE DBA- 1 H
MA TIC SENSATION OF THE AGE. f S
TiOOT TflliD The Shubert and Wa lo- AH-Ool'r'i Company After mB
I'liivl lUytt one year In Locdon and direct, from H
J 00 CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS IN NEW YORK--3CO. SiB
SEATS MOW, Prices EX: E JSf m
C'-rtaln. 3:15 p. m. Carnages. 10:45 p. m- j I 9M
TE HOME OF HIGH CLASS ATTRACTIONS 8 B
All Thlt Veek OPENING TONIGHT Mata. Thlira. S. Sat. H
i I WM. J. 1 iVirs. Dane's I I
1 1 ICELLY 1 Defense I
A Brilliant Drama of English Society Life by Henry Arthur Jonea
NEXT WEEK Sttfcy Get-Rlch-Qulck Walllngford
I Ja(rmWtTO ALL THIS WEEK I
ETHEL GREEN EET 1
I The English Comedienne, THE SISTERS GASCH, H
I ADRIENNE AUGARDE, World's Premier Lady Gymnasts. j Hj
In a. one-act comedy, "A fatter of " " I yfl
Duty," by Mrs. Richard Bur.. . LEW COOPER, D !H
Character Songs- I Jl
ROYAL MARIONETTES. W"T AND BOYD,
"Tho Bell Hop." 5
AL RAYNO'S BULLDOGS . ORPHEU.M DAYLIGHT MOTION
I Bully Comedians. Introducing a Slido PICTURES IB
for Life and Football Dogs. CONCERT ORCHESTRA J ffl
PRICES Matinee Dally. 1Sc. 25c. 50c. Night. 2sc, 60c. 75c. M
MOST EXPENSIVE BILL OF THE ENTIRE SEASON.
I,SULL,VAN.CONS,D,NE-Greater Advanced Vaudeylllc. m ' rfj
TONowaPLAYn8'o9M5' ! BEGINNING WED. MAT., JAN. 8th
World's Pre-eminent Heavy- Tho Lightweight Cham- l&Iliin DaIiSa WB
niTi?hcnf?JSKtf pion or tho world- 11551186 mm
PAUL SPADONI The Lad, Man or Boy Who Tamed M
3 SPA BROTHERS D WOLGAST, IH
Van and Carrie Avery. Tho "Michigan Wildcat," Nov C3th. MM
mm Collier and Dc Walde. ' Hyman B. Adlcr &, Co. Leonard Martlnsk. !
U George Garden. 2 Stanleys 3. Da(o Boyle.
m The Hl3chhorns. - Grace Leonard. , I1H
Empress Orchestra. Davcy. DeMusey &. I'atnc - wceiy, fiH
m Pathe's Review. i Getiy. Emprest Orchestra. IIJ
H THOSE INCOMPARABLE EMPRESS MATINEES DAILY. Tj TV Wm
H PRICES 10c. 20c, 30c. 500 Parquet Seat ,"L
GARRICK THEATRE I
7 DAYS BIG MATINEE TODAY 1
ALL SEATS 10c M
THE ALLEN CURTIS FROLICS COMPANY, 9
M PEOPLE, IN H
"PECK'S BAD BOY" I
THE FUNNIEST OF THEM ALL. U
l-UN, FROLIC, MUSIC, LAUGHTER AND PRETTY GIRLS. B
2 SHOWS NIGHTLY 10c, 20c and 30c 1
Regular Vcdnesday, Saturday and Sunday Mallneeo. ALL SEATS 10c.
CHORUS GIRLS' CONTEST FRIDAY NIGHT. H
SUNDAY. MONDAY and TUESDAY, '
"THE LONG STRIKE." '
SEE Tho CO-ft. High Dve from tho
Top of an Ocean Liner. j
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
Two SenBallonnl Feature.
"Vengeance of a Fakir." In which a
man Is badly torn to piece by a
"Heroine of tho Plains." two-rcol
101 Blfron hit.
Lec'ures on the
BY MISS ROBERTA S. FLETCHER
of the Montcpsorl School of Washing
ton. D. C.
Given under the Auspices or
The Froebel Society and the Mothers
Januarv 6, 7 and S. at S O'clock and
Afternoons of January 7 and S.
' FIRST M. E. CHURCH I
TUESDAY, JANUARY 7
ROMANIA HYDE 1
Aetlttlng Artists: 11
Emma Lucy Gate Charlos Shepherd gjl
Mrs. C. C. Snyder Hyde. Quartette $m
I George E. Skelton Romania Hyde lB
Tickets, 75c; now on stale at muiJc lmm
and drug stores. (No Reserved Seats.)
Matt liyon I
Has opened a strictly modern jjl
barber ::hop at the old stand aud JnH
invites hit) frionris and customers liB
tn come and sco him under Ziona
Savings hank, comer Main aud ' 1UH
South Temple streets. H