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j!lw,fe""T ' " THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1913. 11
ill Be, Put in
11. On opening tho
iu.-t this morning. Judge
ppolntcd Elmer Strong
rora whohad been euo
appe:ir and Judsc Mor
at he would -be disposed
mention to juy service
r attendance. . He made
reafler. personal aenicc
n Jurors; heretofore .it
jary to ' subpoena the
sy James H. McDonald
it cnango in examining
vor has been askdd. fol
tho statute: "Arc you
id mind and 'discretion.
nl in body as to bo un
a juror?" The Juror
le reputation and is In
ed to guess or s-lye hli
Mr. .McDonald bbUs;
nanncr affected. In body'
,you cartnot'scn'Q as a.
yes the irfaJJJer to tho
iad for setting tho dal
at 10 o'clock,
urors.-w'cre accepted to
rm- J-unes R, Hooks,
V. K JohnEon, Sam S.
1. Diamond. Isaac P.
Glazier. Hyrum GIl'Ic".
h was excused on ac
! disability and George
-ob Fonts oiThclr ro
iddltlonal Jurors v.ero
urnuble January 21: '
ncy. Lake Shore: Roh
irhurvillc: R. lv. Eooth.
George F. Bcckstcad,
Adams?. Pleasant Grove;
Jr., Spanish Fork: L-co
n: Joseph B. 'Diamond,
ics Brooks, American
i stale vs. Albert Parle
11 Friday. January 2-1.
kelson was dismissed on
strict attorney, and the
the., probation officer.;
: young man who was
lth his brother. Charles
ult with a deadly wea
rlson u.t Pleasant GrovoT
larles Nelson shat hlm
1 for the offence. in "Salt,
few days after,
the st-.te vs. Theodore,
liquor cases), jV,cre set
nry 21 and 22. ,
I)ED WIFE WILL RECOVER,
cbe Sanborn Removed From Og-'
"the Home of Her Parents.
) The Tribune.
3LLO. Idaho. Jan. 14. InC. '
jnnborn. daughter otTttayld rt0.'
this city, who was shot by, her
it Osden Sntufday Tilght, was
j this city this morning and Is
frtc of her Dnrcnts..Mr.s. San
Btlrtcr well. The tjonoL has" been
the nnper part ,oj:fch6 'arm near
cr. If Bansrety?j.ea'not. act In
IS' ' "fyj,
HAM CITY, .Tan. There eeems
:6fii:Worablc;3(Matifactroi at. ,the
of the ncF'foard of coubyY-o'om-ifcrs
111 rtaklli! and ra.tlfylncf..3.p
ehta foe "service In thVn'unf
It as.jjssertcd that sonic" of." the
tinners w.cj,too partisan In their
of-now employees und dlschn,rscd
t- any' practical reason employees
d rendered good service. Places
iPed by. inexperienced persons, It
bitch' hi tlic commiflslon, it seems,
loo reason' that tho two new com
ma are Democrats while the hold
b aw Republican. Many leading
"at"V U la- declared, are not in
ay with the action of the. com
uand it.la possible that amends
Ilervices for Mvs. IIiltbranci.
I' to The Tribune.
kTELLO, Tda," Jan. H. Memorial
were held yesterday for Mrs.
"id. wife of the first counselor to
'geldcncy of the Mormon church.
M a native of Sweden, but had
n ,Poca.lollo for manv ye&rs. She
Bhunba.nd and live, children."
m Sfomaeh Distress
V.,tho Trouble, It Disappears
VFlve MluutB3 After Taking a
"Bluart'B, Dyspopola Tahlot.
Kofctho unpleasant scut-uUous at
fctupon catipp; too heartily aro
RwataijiUy TcliQrccl b.y a Stuart's
jw. or'tli'e Stomach From lUndl
Pwgott Quicklx. Rollcvcd. by
HiHitUL'j:ood into a.fatomach
igjfni ovt3rtaxod, tbo gastric
Qrin''fiist QTiousb to digest
BEbc f ob(l. becomes sour
R5?l::ij(csiiis lo throWolT fjasca.
W.thtfoK'bccoines inflated .iust as
Bit attached a toy balloon
Kaett'rjjjn llib gajses and foul
K2M&.'ortli and pollute your
H';feur',tbniio quickly be.comc.3
.onT can tasto tbo 'foulness.
TH&i this condition "is changed
BPMfiUilby a Stuart's Dyapop-
BkP'1 tbo "dif?ostivo
fiapwro lacVing-HlipOBts tho
HVH1Q tnncuy Huimr-of tbo etom
MJvbowl'aud restores ieaco and
BI3 oft biiiirYo iarodicnb in
Rjpyapupsia Tableto "rjll dipost
Bratas ofifood. This uavos your
pi.'aud' piros.it tbo rest it need a
BW?tPS require occasional re?t if
gPeyor. overtaxed. r-The stomacb
Hx'' Stuart' Dyapopsia
HBlHVlrPM will, wonder bow ypu
RBgfiBrwitboufc tbom. They aTe
Kyrc!ranfiv' nl dru?c;ista. .erorj'-
NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE KEEPS THE SCALP
CLEAN AND STOPS THAT ITCHING
If your scalp itches you have dandruff.
The Itching le duo to the Increasing
erowth of the microbe that, causes dan
urttff and this scts up an Irritation In
the rcalp. Ttchlnp scalp In merely a
warning, for wherever there Is dandruff
tbero Is bound to bo a loss of hair,
talllntr hair 1h never so ullght that It
may be dicrcBardcd. Every hair that
.fSl'.;l,T"lne 0UwJV8L s ""ch nearer.
Jic tnevitablo end baldness.
To stop Uchinjr you munt cet rid of
the dandruff. The use of Newbro's Hcr-
pjclde will eradicate it completely. Every
trace or the scale-like accumulation will
disappear. The hair formerly dead and
J uU ",n,d,falJlnR ,out ,H-lkcs on E"lP
life which Ro only with a clean, healthv
f?,4 TherPj8 L v,:orla of satisfaction
in tho use of Newbro'H Hcrplcldc because
you can soe the results.
AVhcn troubled with dandruff and your
hair prowlnf,- thinner every day It Is no
time to experiment with sdmo off brand
preparation or a rcmcu which you arc
told 13 "just ns Kood" as Ilerplcldc.
What you want Is results results that
arc quick and assured. Nowbro's Hcrpl
cldc is Ktiaranlccd to do as claimed or
money refunded. Why take chancca with
the unknown article?
Sold everywhere In 50-ccnt and 51,00
Applications at the better barber shopB
and hair dressing parlors.
Send 10 cents In postage or stiver to
the Horplcldo Company, Dept. S., Dc
trolL Mich., for sample bottle and booklet
on the care of tho hair.
Schnimm-Johmjon, Drug3. "The Ncvcr
Substltutors." Five (5) Good Stores.
Special Agents. (Advertisement.)
COfif ISIIJU FORM IS
Prominent Citizens Meet and
Start Movement for Its
Special to Tho Tribune. '
POCATELLO. Ida., Jan. U. A move
ment was started last night to, adopt the
commission form of government in the
city of Pocatello by a meeting of promi
nent business and professional men of
the city In the offices of Gray' & Gray,
real esLttc brokers. After short talks
on the subject by Professor Slaughter,
Mr. Dillon. Attorney Terrol, Dr. Castle,
'Dr. Whittlesey. Professor Cheney, Mr.
ITavcnor. Mr. Burma, Mayor Bislllno atid
others, it was decided that .tho petitions
asking the mayor to call a special elec
tion to vote on the proposition, should be
circulated at once. :
A commlttco o'f ten prominent citizens
and taxpayers was appointed by Acting
Chairman Gray. A committee to sug
gest changes In the "BIack." ' law, Ida
ho's "commission Jaw, was also appointed,
consisting of Judge Tcrrcl. Judgo Stand
rod. Dr. Whittlesey and Dr. Castle.
v Mr. Havenor was appointed as chair
man of the commlttco on permanent or
ganization and Mr. Burru3 chairman of
the flnanco committee. The petitions
.are boing circulated today, .and tho 2a,
per cont of tho voters' names will no
'doubt be secured before night.
Mill TRUST CO
Twin Falls, IdahoFinancial
Special to The TlBfc'ne.
T1V3N FALLS.Wln. xi. An Important
change In bankliB business was made
hero today with absorption of the
Farmers and Merelrlfts bank by the Twin
Falls Eank & Trufc itotnpany, the latter
buying the controUns. intoreet of the
Farmers & MerchaiUS bi.-i.nk and remov
ing the business to. tho nonlv & Trust
building. v. t
The Farmers & Merchants -jumk vms
under the managemcirt. ci C A. Robinson,
who recently resigned to laJo up hiiiMicw
work ao state senator, and was oneif
U:o Etrongnst banks In this part of the
stale. It was founded In 1007 as the
Commercial & Savings bank by C. A
Robinson und B. S. Chadwlck of Boise,
later passing to the management of C. B.
Wilfroy, upon whoso resignation Robin
son assumed managcmcnL
The Twin Falls Bank & Trust company
was organized by V. S. McCorpIck of
Salt Lake In 100G and Incorporated in
JOOS. W. S, McCornlck Is president of the
company. H. J. Ialllnp vice president and
C. J. Ilahn cashier.
C A. Capln and F- R. Fox, cashier and
assistant, cashier In the Farmers bank,
have accepted posltlonn with tho Bank &
Trust company. The consolidation of
these two banks makes nU1 especially
strong banking Institution, trlth a cap
italization of $115,000.
SUES GRAIN BUYERS,
More Legal Proceedings Atjalnut Kolth
and Green Begun at Pocatello,
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO. Idaho. Jan. It. Suit was
commenced In tho district court today by
A. H. Price of McCammon against II
ford Bennl0.ii, O. R. Kolth and Chester
Greene, doing business as the. Idaho Grain
company, for the recovery of tho price
of a large a.mount of Bannock county
wheat sold tho company last fall. The
men had pnld for the sump with checks
which it is alleged were worth ess. Ben
nlon was recently tried In tho. district
court and convicted on thft charge of is
suing checks ugaVnst a fictitious bank ac
count, but sentenco has been suspended.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. Jan. H. Announcement haa
been made" here of tho consolidation-of
the Provo and NcphI districts- of tho
Mountain Stales Telephone VfetTclcsrapb
company. District Munagcv Eamucl J.
Jones of the Provo .district twill have
charge of tho enlarged tertiary. Dio
trlct Manager A. W. Gardner! of NcphI
will go to Ontario, Or., for .ho tolcnhono
company. JTho now (list Hot Includes
the entlrusiato south of arAdj Including
Utah county. ,
Now Officers ' Sworn
Special to The Tribune.
IDAHO FALL'S. Idaho- JaM. Tho
newly-elected officers of EonnMa were
sworn In and commenced thelrMHcu to
dav.. hcy arc as follows:
eommlSilonrs. C 0. Pefe "a ""
son. Ell T. Simmons: ohcrUf Mbp S.
Mulllncr: treasurer. KathrlppMUohnB
t5n; probate judg. Sai'$-.f,HpwB,::
superintendent of schools, 'M
Miller; anscssor. Moses JrtMcoun
ty attorney, Robort 6. Myera:eyor.
E. Snell; coroner. Joseph jK'
Bock Brealw Miner's
Special to Tho Tribune. JB
PARK CITY. Jan. 14. ThomMstfli',
iiloncr. ngnd 24. wati struck Brock
at the Sliver King Coalition H"'
and probably fatally lnJurT,V
nt d ftnklft rA orc broken. tfi
to the. Mlnbrs hospital. BM Is
unmarried was employed on foot
MASS MEETING HELD
Brigliam Citizens Favor Inde
pendent System if S'e'nefit
Can Be Demonstrated.
Special to The Tribune.
BR1GII AM CITY. Jan. ll.An enthu
siastic moss meeting of tho citizens of
Erlgham was held tonight in the opera
hou'so when the question of whether tho
people wanted a municipal telephone was
The question wan thoroughly debated
and some lively arguments and contra
dictions were entered Into in tho audi
ence, but the meeting ended peaceably
and- almost unanimously In favor of a
telephone system provided It cart be
shown that such a system would bene
fit the citizens.
A motion by R. II. Jonos to the effect
tha.t the city council shall not errant a
franchlso to lhe present iclcphtflfo com
pany, and an amendment by John P.
Chrlstcnson and John II. Horsley that
the city council bo authorized to name
a committee of three members to in
vestigate the telephone proposition and
report at a future mass meeting, were
Harold Smoot, local manager; J. E.
Passwatcr and two officials from Salt
Lake City, representing the Mountain
States Telephone & Telegraph company,
were present and at the conclusion were
given an opportunity to speak.
Mr. Smoot arose and said that his com
pany would be at the service of the spe
cial commlttco to aid them In their Inves
tigation if so desired.
IN SOHME LAWS
Utah County Sportsmen Dis
cuss Legislation With
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Jan. 14. Members of the
Utah County Fish and Game associa
tion met In the Commercial club here to
day with Fred "V. Chambers, state fish
and gamo commissioner; Chief Deputy D.
PL Madsen; and District Deputy J. C
.Smith of Salt Lake to discuss proposed
amendments to the present fish and game
laws of the state. A number of amend
ments were proposed and will be sub
mitted to the leglslaturo during the pres
The following amendments were ap
proved by the association: (1) An open
season for duck between February 20 and
March 15. (2) Permission to catch and
sell flftcon pounds of babs per day dur
ing the open season. (0) A short open
season for grouse, phcasanlH and 'drum
mers between October 0 and 15. ft) An
open season for deer to Include twenty
days In the month of October, with per
mission for each hunter to kill one male
deer during the season- A committoo of
three delegates was appointed to moet
with delegates from other ilsli and gamo
associations of tho state In Salt Lake
next Monday to discuss tho recommen
dations to be mado to tho legislature.
Tho following were appointed: Willis
K. Spafford, u". P. Maflsen 'and Dr. L.
Chinook Wind Blowing.
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO. Idaho, Jan. 14 A. chlnook
wind has been blowing from the south
east today. Practically all the snow is
gone. Tho thermometer has raised from
'JO to DO degrees and spring weather m-e-valls.
Thawlmr by Electricity.
Special to Tho Tribune
PROVO. Jan. 11. The city water
works department la tlfciwlng out water
service pipes and mains by means of
electricity furnished by the Utnli Power
& LlghC company from its electric light
IS OHIO GOVERNOR
I COLUMBUS. Jan. 14. James Mc
Mahon Cox of Dayton, Democrat, In
augurated yesterday ns Ohlo'u forty-sixth
governor, pledged fealty to tho progress
ive planks recently Incorporated in thi
Ohio constitution and promised an ef
PIo succeeds Gov Judcon Harmon.
Democrat, who has served two Kuccftsslvo
terms as chief executive of the Buckoyo
state. Governor Cox was elected last
Novembor by a plurality of 16C.S23 ov;i
R. B. Brown, the Republican candidate,
thee figures being; Cox, Democrat, 433,
r?23: Brown, Republican, 272,500; Garford.
PrOGrcsElvo. 217.P02. ',
James M. Cox was born on a. farm
near Jncksionburg, Butler county. Ohio,
March 31, 1370. and was educated In the
country school nt Jacksonburg and the
high school at Amanda. Ho worked on
tho farm, then as a ncwBboy, printer and
reporter, and Is now the owner and pub
lisher of the Dayton Dally News and the
Springfield Dally News. Ho has served
two terms in congress and Is married
and haa three children.
Harsh pbyslca react, weaken the
howclr, causo chronic confUpatJn.
Doan's "RegulctH oporat easily, tonn the
ytomnch, 0uro. constipation. CSf, Aslciyour
Hruggiat for ,t horn. Arivertlsemjnl. )
t W?Htodav beginsKA I I
fyHrSSp THE great fAum I
Selling Out Sale I
FRANK'S SELLS OUT TO THE "UNION"
Tho Union Clothing- Co., formerly at 28 East First South, has bought this store stock, fixtures, good will, etc.,
ON THE CONDITION THAT THE STOCK BE EEDU CED 510,000 BEFORE FEBRUARY lBt. This Is a part
of tho salo contract and it must be done. To make sura that at least $10,000 worth of goods will bo sold by 1
that time, EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE GOES AT HALF PRICE. Mr. Arthur Frank, present proprietor, !M
is looking for a Main Street location for a high-class men's clothing store, and sells his entire interest in this
storo on tho conditions named above.
So this Tremendous PR'CE-WRECKING, BARGAIN-GIVING ITltt illMliT ' mt I
SALE IS ON, with EVERY ARTICLE in the STORE EXACTLY MEfkEk
Suits and Overcoats rfffil I
ENTIRE STOCK, NOT ONE SUIT RESERVED TBTTF. "-Tlr I
S10.00 Suits and Overcoats $5.00 $20 Suits and Overcoats $10.00 H
$12.50 Suits and Overcoats $6,25 $25 Suits and Overcoats $12.50 H
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats $7.50 $30 Suits and Overcoats $15.00 H
$18.00 Suits and Overcoats $9.00 $35 Suits and Overcoats $17.50 H
The Original Prices arc Marked on the Original Price Tags. You Just Cut That Price in Two H
JBjg 5200 Shirts fo" .'. Sl.OO ,1,0 JJj ' ' "5C fa ! s 5 WS ! 1 I
SHOES SWEATERS mi'-Wrm I
tflfftl I AOC Exr -Ofc- Sl.OO Sweaters for 50c f!i f: : :M;':hU : M; -im 1 H
l'y ll!LMIIri20 $3.00 Shoes for S1.50 Si.50 Sweaters for 75c j i ; i J, ! ! : : 'PM
$3.50 Shoos for 31.75 S2.00 Sweators for Sl.OO I: : : : : : J : : '.Ji : J .'-jT li H
O A $4.00 Shoos for -S2.00 50.0O Sweaters for S1.25 I: ; : j : ; : ; : V : j : f:l H
rA nll mi Rubbers 65c uair $3.00 Sweaters for S1.50 l: . ; ; : -lr.', ' g'l (
11, Mi-ii- '.-k. miR-c? $400 Swoaters for 82.00 ij :" : AX-,. ;P ; ', ! H
Efflv BOYS7 BLOUSES HATS Pwl I
o- r -r, r-- BJOiSF S3oo Hate for V.'.V.'.V.V.V.si.so ' ' ) ilM- j 'if; uillll H
$1.00 Pants for 7oc nUdb Sl.OO Hats for S2.00 1 s : :IH ft if I
S2.00 Pants for Sl.OO tt rlC -"iYi. : ' 1 :l 'M I
S3.00 Pants for $1.50 10c Hose for j-'C SUSPENDERS I i i ftWM if 1 H
S4.00 Pants for $2.00 15c Hose for ,. i & tuVffii : i - l I 1
or. on pants for S2 50 20c Hose for 10c 35c grade for 17VoC WYJW '' t't I
SB 00 P.?Ste for S3 00 25c Hose for 12V.c 50c grade for .2oc Vt! : 1: til 1
7.50 IS2 rS? :::::::::: .IS:?!! 35c hoEC f0r 75c grade f0r s7v,c H5 j 1 j l:r " ' I M
$30,00 STOCK ALL BNCLUDED AT HALF PRICE I I
If re'vo overlooked any thine, ask' for it-evcrything in the storo roos at ex actly HALF PRICE. jl
I OEM DF TRUSTS
(Continued from Pago One.)
niont oxorcisincr tbo ricbls of inspec
tion and TORiilation. New .lorscy is
very lato indeed iu an'ordin-.' licr peo
plo this protection.
Permit me to urso auotbor piece of
legislation upon 3611 which scorns to
mo essential both to the safety o
travel on tbo railways and to tbo fair
protection of certain classes of rail
way employees. T rcfor to tho bo
called 'full crew1' bill, whoso failure
to pass the last lcpslaturo was so much
deplored by all -vvli0 had noted its in
troduction "and its significance.
"While the legislature fchonld. fpvc
over its attempt to govern the cities
from Trenton, there arc other things
to which it cari turu its attention in
which wo arc beginning to see a new
and inimcnselv beneficial function for
the state. The farmer bus not been
served as he might be aud should be.
We have sot up and subsidized agri
cultural schools, horticultural schools,
schools of poultry breeding, and the
rest, and they havo douo excellent
work. Our support, of them should be
heartv and generous. But a more
effect'! vo way still has been found by
which the farmer can bo served.
Lectures and schools nud experi
mental farms attached to schools llko
laboratories are excellent, but they do
not aud can not of themselves push
their work home. Somo States have
co no much beyond this and we should
follow them -with zest.
Favors Practical Work.
The thing that tells is demonstration
work, The knowledgo of ' the schools
hhould bo carried out to the farms
thcmselvci. Dr. Seaman A. Kuapp
found tbo wav wbcu ho was sent into
lhe south to fight tho boll weevil.
Choosing a good farm and a good farm
er here and there, bo showed tbo
farmer bow to cultivate part of a
liold, gavo him siinplo fundamental di
rcctionf. brought him soleitcd socd,
aud mado frequent visits afterward to
bee that his directions woro carried out.
Of course, the neighbors promptly took
notice and the next season did tho
same things, with tho samo results,
good crops, earlier crop?, crops that tho
weevil was 110 match for. A
And fighting the weevil was only aA"
'Incident, Tho work grow in every
rcction not work iu tho schools, JH
work suggested and directed K'JH
sent out from tho schools to take
science to the farm, until tho agricul
tural department could not; supply the
men called fpr from every direction.
The countryman began once more to
come into his own. When the farmer
does fully fako science into partner
ship and become bis own master aud
fortune builder, the day will bo gone
onco for all when tho townsman can
lax him and jgnoro him aud absorb un
to himself tbopowo;s of government at
It does not require a great deal ot
monev to train men and send lb cm oui
for this work; "and when onco it is be
guR it goes on of itself.
A great movement has sprung up in
this country in recent yoars which
centers around aehoolhouscs as a
placo of neighborhood conference iu all
matters affecting tho public or any lo
cal part of it. It is known as the
social center movement. It has the
forco and momentum of a great idea in
it. Secrot forcos, corrupt forces, forces
of evil of every kind aro against it,
aro afraid of it. They fear neighbor
hood discussion. The' do not wish to
havo local apd neighborhood matters
canvassed too much out loud. It is our
duty as public servants to loud full
and effectual aid to this movement.
Wo can do it b- making public-spirited
men and women everywhere frco of I
the use of tho yehoolnou.sos. A very
simple statute will accomplish tho da
sired result. Tho froo forces of society
will do the rest.
Two great amendments to tho con
stitution of tho United States await
ratification, by New Jersey, tho amend
ment conferring upon tho congress of
the ' United States in nnmistakablo
terms tho power to lov.y taxes on in
comes, and tho amendment providiug
for iho election of senators of the
United States bv the direct voto of
the people. F can not too strongly
urge upon the legislature the ratifi
cation of both these amendments.
IRON WORKERS TRYING
TO GIVE BIG BONDS
CT-IICAGO. Jan. 1 (. Schedules of prop
erty valued at $500,000 woro (Hod today
with United States Commissioner Footo.
preliminary to obtaining bonds for the re
lease of Frank M.sRyan. president of the
Iron Workers' union; Richard S. Houli
han and William Schupo. who were con
victed In the Indianapolis dynamite con
splntey trial. The bonds arc Ryan,
570,000; Houlihan. $50,000. and Schupc.
Tlavo vou joined the Utah Savings
& Trust Company's "Ono Hundred Dol
lar Club7'' Read about it in their ad
vertisement in this issue.
c. Children Cry"
1 SALT LAKE THEATRE
Tonight Laat Time
BUD FISHER'S CARTOON PLAY,
flSl TheBlgCoOO flm,
gCTM Musical Comedy ",
H P Bring: the children to the
W'i matinee. C5c and 60c. Ohll
dren under 12 25c anywhere
Evening. 2iic to tl.50. -100 scata nt $1.
Thurs., Fr. and Sat. and Sat. Mat.,
Prices 50c to $1.50. Mat, 23c to $1.
Scata now on sale-
I Phono Vaaatch 3569,
ALL THIS WEEK
Marlon i.lltlfleld'8 Florentine Slnsora
) O'Brlon. Havel & Co.
The Flying Martins.
ORP1I13UM DAYLIGHT MOTION
PRICES Matlneo Dally. 15c. 25c, 50c
NlKhtr 2D.c. 50c 75c.
7 All Feature Act This Week 7
I SULLIVAN. CONSIDINk, &
B Graatar Advanced Vaudovllte.
1 WILLIE RITCHIE. I
I Extra Lightweight Champion ofB
I the World.
I TODAY HYMAN B. ADLER &. CO., I
I 2:30 3 Stanley-. Grace Leonard,!
7,,Q Davey Dc Mussev and Get- Ifl
I ... Y' Leonard Martlnex, Dale IB
I 815 and Boyle. Pathe'a Weekly, ii
1 Empreaa Orchestra, n
M Kenular 30c I Matinee U.lly r 1
Empreis 20c 500 I If! I
I Price. 10 Parour.t Seats. I
I RITCHIE :nd Balance ifSliow
j Held Over One More layj
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