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, F . 1 HE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11. 1913. fl
! and Anderson Deny
im Are Office Holders;
ilkce fr Speakership.
' ifcd deal of stir was caused yes-
LiBority in .tho house of roprc
'Kj of "tbc stato legislature was
I ,;iKr n-v afld L' B' Anaorson
iXie county. Tho burden of the
j'ws that the scats of those tvro
Jaltivcs iT0U contested on
. HKjcd ground that thoy aro a I
M'jmce holders, aud that, tho con
K prohibits a mau holding moro
ty ;K gtatc job at a timo.
jhKJ, , Scely and Anderson say they
SHBTofficc holders. Soely says he
9HB'fteld a sato office since the
EtLB'lbe new year, and Anderson
5SH"rwigncd his job us long ago
IjgOCnber 20, tho resignation to
FllRiet December 3J. Conscquont
Klflf' jenreseutatives say, they have
'Vk offices and will- not have until
ft tEo sfforn in as members of the
If!. IStaw at n00n nexfc 0Dday
vPiRr to the beginning of tho new
' cBnlr was a deputy in the office
D WjUto auditor under tho ndmin
'&a or" css0- Jowkcs. Last
rKy 3Xr. Jowkes becamo stato
mj and ceased to bo stale audl-
,aMeely 53V6 his term of service ax
JPvrith Jewkes's Totirement from
j$ jMjitdr's office. He bag not been
f "wb Anderson was, up to the end
ff ISh' menib?r of tbo state board
"nv?l?P timm'sers. Mr. Anderson
a?n ir28Ignwl Viat P,aco tbrce weeks
ago and has not been a member of the
board since Januarv 3.
So far n3 tho constitutional inhibi.
uon is concerned, say Messrs. Scelv
Mfnrn JOr80n' 1,,lVO nSultcd thV
attorney gonoral as to its applicability
to their eases, and received tho consoi-
ing assurance from that official that
tho provision did not touch .their cases.'
i.- i y i ? an nctiv5 candidate for
Si,"l,f,i?nk0r-Sflll tbe h0U8C- "t
niLht lie said he had. every reason to
v. on"raSea- The Republican mem
bora of the house, of whom there will
bo thirty-one, will hold a caucuB in tlto
city and county building tonight, at.
which they will select a 'candidate for
speaker and tviII also select tho other
officers of the house.- Having an over,
wholming majority, their selections, ot
course, will prevail Tvhen tho house is
In addition to -Mr. Scely. John JS
Henne or Garfield is prominently in
tho race for the speakership. Mr.
Iicnno's fnends feol just as confident
V th4, S"CCCS3, of their candidate as
does tho friends of Mr. Soely of the
victory of their man. Salt Lake's
delegation thus far has given n0 inti
mation as to how the ten members from
this county will stand op the speaker
,vW'n2 Thompson, who was clerk of
the 3f)Jl house, is the only man thus
far prominently mentioned for the
PARTY OF TOURISTS
AT WILSON HOTEL
Twenty-five tourists were entertained
at dinner in tho Wilson hotel yesterduv
evening by John Snesrud. who repre
sents the Sacramento Suburban Fruit
Lands companr of Minneapolis, Minu.
After and during the dinner Mr. Snc
rud told his guests of the wonderful
wealth and beauty to be found in Utah
and impressed thorn with tho idea that
they will miss much if they go back to
their eastern homes without pcrsonallv
investigating tho resources, of this
For more than a year Mr. Snesrud
has been making regular trips through
hero on his way to California and hu al
ways slops in this city. Ho makes a
trip at least once every month and
takes with him a selected body of tour
ists. On the present trip ho was ac
companied by but twenty-five person-,
but on a similar trip-a month ago ho
had zo many -with him that hc was
turnishcd a special train. Although
his parties always sloop on their cars,
wlnlo m this city they mnkn their head
quarters in the "Wilson hotel.
STAFF GIVES BANQUET
The Plntf or tlio Utah Educatiopal Re
view, which is the official orjran of the
Utah Educational association, entertained
the officers of the association, eovcrnl of
tho leading- educators of the state, and
the members of the text book commis
si?" .at a "'"et 1 the Hotel Utah lust
cveninpr. borty-four persons were pres
ent. Including' lcadlnp educators of Utah.
W. Reynolds, editor of the Rsvlcw.
t0?s,tma8lei'- T1,e 'o"owInir persons
responded to toasts: G. X, Child nresl
dent of the Utah Educational associa
tion and supervisor of the grammar
?,i;,ul?B ,of,e Sa,t Lakc schools; $1.
thonlhah Thomas, member of tho Salt
JnKo City hoard of education: F 1,1
Drlggs. superintendent of the UUili
School for thfl Deaf and Blind, nt Og
den: Jnsa LIzbelh Qualtrough. primary
supervisor ol the Salt Lake City schools:
trraon: st;Vte superintendent of
pub lc instruction. J. T. Kingsburv. presl
Cent of the University of Utah; John A.I
Wldtsoo. president of the Utah Agricul
tural college, and W. G. Roylance. a
professor in tho University of Utah.
EXPERT CHEMIST TO
"Combustion' will b0 the subject of
a lecture to be given by C. C. TIart,
chemist of the Portland Cement com
pany of Utah, at a. meeting at the Com
mercial club Monday night at S o'clock
under tho auspices of tho National As
sociation of Stationary Enginoors. As
Mr. Hart is an authority on the sub
iect, an interesting address iB expected.
The public is invited to attend the
' CHAMPION BOXER
AT THE EMPRESS ,
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THE fads and fancies of champions
in overy line of sport have always
furnished the spaco writers material for
many a column of matter that carried a
joker somewhoro between its lines.
A champion prize fighter whose hobby
is ice cream and candy is a new lino
of talk for tho press agents, and yet
Salt Lake is playing host this week to
one of the elevorest little fighters who
ever put on a pair of gloves and whose
one particular and unquenchable desire
is to got his 1311 of ice cream and candy
under auv and all conditions.
Willie Eitchic, tho lightweight cham
pion of the world, is tho ice cream fiend
and at the Empress this week, where
Ritchie is appearing daily in a boxing
4 The Selling Will he Fast and
wf Furious Today
j l Tliere can be no compromise mow It's a li J
"I question of selling out my entire stock if ' i 1 I
I before the end of the month regardless of (f j
g I any other consideration. The time Is short 111 lfif I
f that's why prices are cut so rediculously ' If 1 I
I low. Today looks like the biggest day I Si II
B yto I hope you will take advantage of It w II
', Sales like this do not come often. The reputation off my store stands as a 1
S guarantee of ffaSr deaflgng and you may feel perfectly safe Sn your purchases. I 1
THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST GO THSS MONTH NOTHING RESERVED. I I
f I TIE FEW ITEMS HERE INDICATE THE BIG REDUCTIONS
;0 l Look at These! Ever See Such Shoe Under WCaf I
1 ! GaJters ill MoYe At Panic Prices
I ystonGarteis ....... 15c q and H J
? Paris Garters 10c shoes go at .. Stock includes Cooper, Wright, Sta- 1 I
fir ' One lot of $5 and ar ley, American and other best makes. 1 I
;T President Suspenders . 25c sehoes go at $Z.4& Special heavy fleece lined qr II
Many Lines Half Price. This includes Ciwford and Stacey- and ribbed
Adams Shoes. Cooper derby ribbed, 7Kf
Hi Gill CJ O TW M Regular $3.60 Crawford ?2.6(5 $1.25 values S 06
M CTllfilS dllftlJ. Regular $4.00 Crawford $2.95 Regular $1.25 garment. ....... -75o
T m Regular $5.00 Crawford $3.95 Regular $1.50 garment...... 95c
1 il7"iWirflSl i Regular $6.00 Stacey-Adam s. . $4.15 Regular $2.00 garment. $1.15
UF V JL lLP,' Regular $7.50 Stacey-Adams. .$5.15 Regular $2.50 garment... $1.45 1
' M- i r i n tL " Regular $8.50 Stacey-Adams.. $5.85 Regular $3.00 garment $1.65
,K WlCOl S bOOd LlOtheS . j Regular $3.50 garment $1.95
fl I Ono lot of men's and yong men's Overalls and Jumpers Regular $4 00 garment., $2.15
VM auits, $15.00 and $20.00 MAE Regular $1.00 grade 76c Eeg.dar $6.00 garment $2.65
I K , values .93 All Painters' Overalls. . 40c Regular $5.50 garment $2.95
i guiaV$V5:oo'suttS'.'.'.'.V....$8.75 HEAD THESE HAT PRICES
tW. RegiUar $20.00 Suits $11.75 45c Regular $6.00 Stetson $3.95
5 agnlar $25.00 Suits $13.75 ytfooh hats. . . . .$1.45 Regular $7.60 Stetson $4.05
K Segular $30.00 Suits $16.76 S2.00 and . $10.00 Stetson $7.45
Eegular $35.00 Suits $19.75 r fand S .00 ' 0K
Regular $40.00 Siuts $23.75 aon Iflfi.llO
M Blacks and Blues included. Stetson's, go today At pi.tO
A SALE OF fflGH-GRADE MERCHANDISE AT A STORE WITH A REPUTATION.
match rrith local men, local sport lovora
have tratched him work for tho first
JUtchie neither smokes nor drinks,
and ho used to be an automobile dem
onstrator in San FranoiBCO. Ho got his
start there and thoy loll a story on the
champion to tho effect that the dav
after his fight with Wolgast last No
vember, Bitchio sent out from tho baths I
where he waB recuperating and ordered
a quart of ico cream. Tho boy came
back with tyro quarts and Ritchie put
them both away without any apparent
! ONE OF THE WINNERS '
IN CHORUS CONTEST :
BABE IiB HOT.
Ka l lllh ,n,ill.n l
ACVPxCITY louse . greeted the
weekly "chorus girls' contest"
at the Garrick last night and enthusias
tically applauded tho vaudeville stunts
of the ''Honey girls." The contest
for the first, second and third prizes
were close and Lew Dunbar found it
difficult to decide from the applause of
tho audience, who were tho faToritos.
Babo L'eRoy and Amy Jerome were
finally awarded the first prize for an
act in which they executod a clever lit
tle dance and sang a soup. "Violet
Fleming got second and Belle Irving
proved to be the third in popularity
witli Garrick patrons. This afternoon
and tonight tho initial performances of
"They Loved a Lassie ' will bo pre
sented by the Garrick stock company.
SALT LAKE THEATER "A Butter
ny on the Wheel" tonight. Mati
nee this afternoon.
ORPHEUM THEATER Advanced
vaudeville every afternoon and
COLONIAL THEATER Stock com
pany In "Mrs. Dane's Defense,"
with William J. Kelly In stellar
role. Matinee this afternoon. Per
EMPRESS THEATER Vaudeville
every afternoon, with two perform
ances at night. Willie Ritchie,
champion lightweight pugilist, 1b tho
GARRICK THEATER "Peck's Bad
Boy," Musical comedy. Matinee
this afternoon and Sunday. Bill
The followlnc theater notices ar
marked "advertisement" In order to
comply -frith a ntrlct Interpretation of
the new federal newapapor lair. In
no sense are they paid advertise
ments. They are Items furnished by
the press agents of th various
AT the Colonial today "Jim. Dane's
Defense" closes to two performances
that are assured capacity houses. The
week has been most successful for Mr.
Kelly and his company In the brilliant
JoneB drama and with Uie last two per
formances In sight Interest naturally
turns toward tho forthcoming presenta
tion at the Colonial, beginning Sunday
night, of "Get-Rich-Quick Walllngford."
Mr. Kelly secured the- play for tho Co
lonial before any other tneatcr In the
country had a chanco at It and a. small
fortune has been spent In preparing It
for production. Mr. Kelly plays the role
of J. Rufus Walllngford und his company
ban been augmented lo nearly thirty
people to properly prosent the suo-ccss.
"A Butterfly on tho Wheel" will close
Its engagement at the Salt Lake theater
with a matinee this afternoon and an
evening performance. To the lovers of a
well-constructed play tho offering has
especially appealed and the all-English j
company has made many friends in Salt
The sale of seats for "Mutt and Jeff."
the cartoon play, opened at the Salt Lake
The Chlc3so musical comedy. "Louisi
ana Lou," comes to the Salt Lake tho
ater the last half of next week.
Ladles and children who attend the
regular Saturday matinee at the Em
press today, and who may or may not
be particularly Interested In thj clever
performance given by Willie Ritchie, the
lightweight champion boxer of tho world,
will find much besides that will interest
them, for on the bill aro flyman B. Ad
ler and company In one of tho strongest
and most heart-grlnnlng dramatic play
lets of the day, "The Miser's Dream;"
Leonard Martinek and his rag doll, one
of Europe's elevorest comedians; Davoy,
De Musey and Gtsy, the melodious trio,
in singing and dancing and burlesquo;
Grace Leonard, "The American Boy;"
Dale and Boylo. and tho unusual trio of
funsters, the three Stanleys.
Among the popular entertainers on this
I woek's bill which closes at the Orpheum
tonight Is Low Cooper. a successful
singer of character songs, who possesses
both the necessary voice and the acting
ability. His songs are not only well writ
ten, but are acted and sung so that every
meaning is made distinct and given its
full value. The new bill, which opens
tomorrow afternoon, has for lto headllner
Harry Gllfoll. the old-tlm Hoyt star. In
his original character. "Baron Sands."
Another big feature Is Marlon Little
field's Eight Florentine Singers.
A double headline bill will he shown at
tho Res today, consisting of "The Battle
of Two Palms," which is generally re
trarded an one of the most perfect and
daring of war -productions In existence.
The casualties In thin encounter, which
took placs at Benghazi, ran into thou
sands. "Th Jammany Boarder" is an
Eclair comedy and is as full of loughs
as an egg Is of meat. The fun starts
when a tiger Je- accidentally set freo in
a boarding house and continues; at a fast
and furious pace until tho close'
Saturday Specials j
1 Fifty All Wool $10.50 A Q Jjj
I Coats Today, Special . . VP 9 J?KJ Jj
I YOUNG GIRLS' SCHOOL SKIRTS Colors navy, a 7 qq &l
Q brown all sizes for misses Todair, special ...107
I CHILDREN'S BLACK CARACUL COATS Chinchilla and I )J
1 Corduroy, ages from 2 to 5 years rt rsr I 1
Today, special $1 .JtJ J
I $1.25 House Dresses for 89c I I
1 Aladc of; extra good quality of Percale and Gingham; also 9 ,;Ji j-
1 a few fleece lined: sizes from 3'i up to 42, 1
I HAND BAGS Values up to $1.75 new shapes and frames I l
1 special large assortment to choose from ft rf 1 if
1 at HOC f
1 RIBBONS In the fancy flowered effects; six inches wide; S l
1 many pretty patterns: 50c and 60c values cscy I 'j .
S Today, special, they go at I j
16-BUTTON LENGHTH GLOVES In black and white; all ,
1 sizes; regular $3.50 values of
1 Today, special ...tpUd i lJ;
I ENGLISH STREET GLOVES Made of select ed qq
I Cape stock and clasp; all sizes, $1.25 value OiC 1
JUVENILE SWEATERS $1.25 and $1.50 all-wool Sweaters 1 I ,
1 for children 1 to 4 years, light or dark rjr n U .
1 colors, at, each fC N jsj
I MISSES' SILK LISLE HOSE High spliced heel also boys' 9 jr
1 extra strong durable stockings our regular 25e 7 ji 1 '
1 grade Special for itC
I VEST AND DRAWERS (ladies' size) Cream ty j :
1 colors, medium weight, fleece lined, at, each u AC f jj ,!
1 CHILDREN'S SLEEPING GARMENTS Fleece lined, all I if .
sizes, prices ranging from 65c to $1.00 qq J...
Special, each, today OtC j
WILL OPEN SUNDAY
WILLIAM J. KELLY.
iiWfUAT a fool a man is to bo a
"Yes, and what a greater fool a
smart man is to bo a crook!"
So mused J.. Bnfus Wullingford and
Blackio Daw, as the- faced each other
at tho end of four acta of excitement,
plots, couuterplota and high finance in
Battleaburg, la., nnd. agreod upon at
least one thing that it pays better to
go straight from tho start.
"Got-Rich-Qtiick Wallingford" aud
Blackie arrivo iu BattJesburg, with the
fixed and announced intention of separ
ating a large und select number of tho
townspeople from their surplus cash,
aud whilo tho two high class grafters
succeodod" all right with tho financial
end of their schemes, the latter resulted
entirely difl'cieut from what they es
pocted and the fourth act of the Ooban
dramatization finds them happily mar
riod and at homo in Battlcsburg for the
rest of their restless and eventful lives.
Tho Cohan success is to go on at the
Colonial Sunday night, as was an
nounced carlior in the week by W. J.
.Kelly of the Colonial and a big force
of mechanics and scenic artists arc 5ust
completing the last details of their
work on the stage scttingsor the pro-1
Hints for Housekoepors
Keep Foley's Honoy and Tar Com
pound always on hand, and you can
quickly head off a cold by its prompt
use. It contains no opiates, heals and
soothes the inflamed air passages, stops
the cough, and may save a big doctor's
bill. In the yoliow package. Schramm
Johnson. Drugs. "The Never Substl
! tutors." five (5) good stores. (Adver
tisement. ' '
VyTioo you have a bilious attack eire
Chnmbnrfain'a Thpt a. trial.. Thoy
are excellent. For sale by all ucalors-(AdvertlBBmont-l
PRETTY LITTLE STAR i f if
AT GARRICK THEATER j
WITH bow momborj added to the ,i jO
chorus of tho company and a i Sfl
bigger, bettor show than ATr. Curtis has 'jfj' 3
yet staged locally, the Garrick opens r !
its tourth week in musical comedy this A V
afternoon with th matinee perform t
auco ot "They Lovod a LuBsic." 4j I
aiauager Jensen of tho houso an Ifc'
nounces a programme of music and -
comedy that would grace many of tin- fit
larger houses and tho new show girls V if
who havo come on from Chicago to loin ff f.
the company and to nrnko their firt. fi '
nppcaranco this afternoon aro from ono Ji 6
ol the largest aud most successful of i
the eastern musical shows. !
"They Loved a Lassie" is the new- a '
est offering iu tho musical line Xow ''' A'
York has to offer aud it is tho latest ' I ; I
acquisition to Mr. Curtis 's reportoire of ''' '
plays. Tho costumes for tho play am i . : !
aj! new and the 6cenery has boon spe- :'1
cially designed for tho prodnction.
The song hits run riot through the t
action and every princinnl in the com . I
pany has ono or moro to his or her V .)
credit, together writh a good deal of I ("I
special work by tho chorus. 'jH
The story of tho play concorns thn ; '
adventures of iwo married men who 'I
aro smitten with the same girl. Their- t 'f;H
wives aro hot on their trail, however, . H
and the result is a moloe that furnishes ; hjl
two hours of fu nand music. "Dainty 'H
little Hallio Manning will be tho jrirl , v rfB
in tho case- and Low Thinbar aud Bud jj H
Duncan will play the husbvinds. Mar- " ;H
garet Manners nnd Eva Martella will f!H
be seen in thn roles of the wives. There fil
will bo another matinee Sunday and 4I
ono Wednesday 0f "Thev LovorL a Ln sl
piB' and two performances cacti night !,. it'H
bhc coming week,