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- "THE -SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY -j 1913, . :Jt
II ASKS Bi ON POUR
I ROOMING HOUSES
I Chief of Police Desires Com-
I mission to Deny Propri-
I ' etors Liquor Licenses.
I B. K Grant, chief of police, yesterday
sent to tue city commission the names
I of four rooming house proprietors with
vecojnmcnriatloM3 that their applications
for ronewat of Hconscs be denied. The
I house condemned by the chlftf are thono
6f 2Ira. Delia Schnaf at S West Second
Houth etTeiit, Mrs. E. Eckstcdt at 29 East
Second South streot, Charles Metcalf at
241 South State street (tbo Rex hotel),
and Fred Paulson nt 240 South Stat
street (the Imperial hotel).
'Jtfie chief presented written lnforma-
H tion concerning" the manner In -which
B thes&. persons aro fiald to have trnns-
KTCBffeu the la-sv.
BoltiK unablo to deny applications for
I licensed on the Tocoinmotuiaflon of the
I chief of police -without a hearing, as has
been dorfc in Uie past, the commission
decided td hear the matter at a special
meeting: TufiBday. January 21- The ap-
I pllcante will be ordered to appear and
show cause -whr they should bo frlven
Hconscs. u, ...
It Is probable that the commission will
Authorize the Kty purchasing agent to
buy several machines for thawing out
frozen pipes by electricity. Yeatorday
Commissioner W. Ji. Koms of the water
department took irp the matter with tile
, One of lsrY P&b at beknc jasfc
one. Adsoaf&ftlfces. Gartiy bxatfee.
Ask W pSctwr. riTM:
I i iwmiMii i mil ' ' i ...nij. . n i i in J
other commiflsionora and all wen? In
favor of buying the machines. Mr. Korns
said that slnco the electric device was
first thought of last Saturday the wntnr
department has thawed out mora than
seventy norvlce connections. Each., ma
chine will cost about 5000. it is under
stood. They can bo purchased from cer
j tain large electric manufacturing con
I cerns in the east.
BANKS WILL BUY
CATTLE FOR FARiWERS
Sponial to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON, .Tan. 14. TIih recla
mation servlco reports that on tho
Mlndoka irrigation project in Idaho a
movement Is an foot to organize the lo
cal banks for the purpose of advancing
funds to purchase a numbor of dairy
cattle to be sold to tho fanners on the
project at cost, " It is planned to pur
chase tho stock in Utah and in tho spring
to ship cattle in from Wisconsin and
Oregon. The Irrigation committee of the
senate today reported favorably upon
Senator Borah's bill to mako an addi
tional loan of $30,000,000 to complete un
finished projects and take up several new
ones which have been approved.
President of Deputies.
PARIS, Jan. 14. Paul de Schanct was"
ro-electod today president of tho French
chamber of deputies. He has been .men
tioned a8 a poBsihle candidate for the
presidency of the republic in succession
to President Fallieres.
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' CARRIE REYNOLDS i!
j. . TALKS OF BLONDES j
CAERIE BETTNOLDS. j
ttTTHTIO says tho blondes are dying
Tho question was asked at the Or
phcum last night by chic' and charming
Carrie Reynolds, one of the best photo
graphic subjects on tho vaudeville stage,
or any other for the matter of .that.
"It is possible that for a certain time
In tho last few years blondes were not
held up as tho most attractive types of
beauty," continued Miss Reynolds, "but
that does not alter the fact that ever
since the time of Cleopatra, of whom so
much controversy has emanated, and
who, it Is claimed by many, was a de
cided natural blonde, that typo or beauty
has been in moro than ordinary demand.
If one visits any art gallery whore paint
ings of tho great masters hang, one will
find, in the majority of cases, that the
portraits most valued are those of
blondes. Possibly the reason of that Is
that tho artist found greater oppor
! tunity for tho display of his genius in the
; coloring ho could give his pictures, but
it is Just as likely that the features of
his subjects were the true cause for his
"Why are so many brunottes to be
found at telephone boards, behind coun
ters or living the life. of maluro maidens?
Do you find many blondes waiting' for
soma good man to come along and offer
them a home? Not at all. Ask any
manager of a telephone company or any
other institution whero pretty girls
would naturally ho found, why he has
not moro blondes among the hundreds
of girls in his employ, and ho will tell
you quickly enough that ho can't keep
them long enough to learn the work.
Some man is always coming along with
his heart In one hand and a five-carat
diamond ring in the other. Tho pretty
brunette with marcelled wave and win
some smile remains at the switchboard
and gossips with her co-workers about
the 'splendid catch SCabcl made.' "
ONE GOOD JOB BEINGS TWO.
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SALT LAKE "Mutt and Jeff," to
night and matlneo today.. "Louisi
ana Lou," musical comedy, throe
days, commencing Thursday, with
ORPHEUAf Advanced 'vaudeville.
Performance every afternoon and
COLONIAL William J. Kelly and as
sociated, players ln "Gct-Rich-Qulck
Wanincford," all week. Mat
inees Thursday and Saturday.
EMPRESS Vaudeville. Matinees ev
ery afternoon and two perform
ances at night. Bill ' changes to
morrow. GARRICK "They, Loved a. Lassie."
musical comedy, one week. Bill
changes on Saturday. Matinees
Wednesday, Saturday and Sun
day. Tho followlne theater notice ar
marked "advertisement" In order to
comply with a strict Interpretation of
tho new federal newspaper law. In
no aenno are they paid advertiuo
monte. They are items furnished by
tho prein aSenti of th varloun
IF it wero not for the uncertainties of
life things would run along smooth
ly. This time it is Manager Sutton of
the popular Empress who is a little un
certain as to whether or not his new
;ahow will reach Salt Lake in timo for
the performances today, in view of the
lateness of trains running between points
playing the Empress -shows. Manager
Sutton has decided that it would be well
to hold, .over the entire show that has
proved tho best and the biggest hit of
tho entire season one moro day, for cer
tain it is that there are still many thou
sands in Salt Lake who want to see
Willie Ritchie, the champion lightweight
pugilist of the world, and as a special
feature for the extra day ho will toko
on all comers, a tiling that should pack
the Empress from pit to dome. The bal
ance of the show will also remain and
where It is practicable changes will bo
made in all the acts. The new show,
which should open today, will open to
morrow, but tho regular change day at
the Empress will' bo maintained and will
he on Wednesday, but this week only it
will be on Thursday.
From pounding a beat as vi police
man to a top-notch Job on tho Orpheum
circuit Is some jump. Only one man has
ever done It. He is Ed Morton, the ex
pol Iceman of Philadelphia, who now is
singing songs very cleverly at the local
temple of vaudeville. Morton made it,
but ho had a long way "to go before he
achieved his present position. Morton
for two years guarded the Liberty boll
in Independence hall, Philadelphia. He
guarded it from midnight to 7 a. m.
daily, and nothing ever happened to the
bell. It only happened to Morton. When
the now administration camo In he was
"fired." Then he went into vaudeville-
Tho Hex theater offering for today is
monumental so far as picture shows are
concerned. There will bo two monster
big features on the bill, each of which
would be sufficient for any programme.
"The New Magdaline" Is an Imp pro
duction in two parts, relating a story
similar to Margaret Anglln's late suc
cess, "Zlra." The Redemption of White
Hawk" is a 101-Bison play. The princi
pal character, "White Hawk," is In rp
allty an Indlari, having been stolen and
adopted by the red men when a child.
There are several dramatic situations In
For tho salco of the school children the j
"Mutt and Jeff" matinee will be
gin at 3:80 this afternoon. An Immense
salo is reported. The last performance
takes placo tonight. "Louisiana Lou"
will be tho feature for tho last half of
the week, beginning tomorrow night. This
musical comedy comes well recommended
by tho press generally.
Not since tho Colonial theater was first
opened has that house experienced the
advance sale of oeat3 that this week is
marking the production of "Gct-Rlch-Quick
Wallingrord." The fact that it Is
the first production of the play in this
country by a stock company and that
Jn tho title role Mr. Kelly is seen in a
part that was originally Intended for him
by George M. Cohan, who dramatized
the piece, has added a great deal of In
terest to the presentation and the suc
cess of the star and his company has
been phenomenal. Scores of telegrams
have been received by Mr. Kelly from
prominent eastern stars and managers
congratulating him on Ills hit in the pro
duction. If you really want to see something
real funny and something to laugh at, a
visit to tho Garrlck theater will convulse
you to a certainty. Thero you will see
Buddie Duncan, who was a scream in
"Pock's Bad Boy" last week wearing
kilts and doln?r tho Highland fling to the
tune of "Coming Through tho Rye." It's
certainly funny and those doubting need
but come within a half block of the
Garrlck and they will plainly hear tho
roar of laughter emanating from the audi
ence within. The chorus girls' contest
this coming Friday night after each
show is going to bo a hummer, because
the orlPrtnal "honey girls" of the Allen
Curtis Frolics company aro not going to
tako kindly to the idea of the Chlcagoans
coming in and getting away with thei
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Ths Kind You Have Always Bought
Blgnatnre of icd
St. Louis Salvage Co. f 1
Has Taken Possession of f
I L ' Main vT
And Is Keeping the Store Closed ; Lu
Today and Will He-Open Thursday IjH
Morning at 10:30 With a 3
Of $40,000 Worth of 5J
At Marvelous Bargains Witwiit Peer or 2
Parallel in This City i
b Mr. Segil is quitting business. He has more than double the amount
I ... of stock on hand in JS
Tailored Suits, Cuafs, p
Dresses, Furs and I"
I which he ought to have. When he decided to quit, he counter- j
1 manded all orders to manufacturers. This they refused. The goods II
I are here, the latest, newest up-to-date models, and they have to be II
i CLOSED OUT IN TEN DAYS! In this emergency Segil wired the
St. Louis Salvage Co.
I to take charge of the stock and salespeople, to aid him in his awful II
1 plight. We found the store loaded with an excellent stock of Tailor I j
I Suits, Dresses, House Gowns, Coats, in fact, all kinds of desirable and j
1 seasonable garments that women want and need. 1 1
I We agreed to unload this stock, conditional upon our usual ulti- J J
I matum. We make the prices disregard cost, ignore values Just I
I convert everything into cash as rapidly as a Terrible Price Slaughter , I
I can accomplish it. AND WE HAVE ONLY 10 DAYS to do it in.
I It is a Big Job we have undertaken with the present business I
I conditions staring us in the face, but we close the store today and go J
I after prices with hammer and tongs to make a quick end by a Ruth- 1 1
I less and Savage Markdown. Every article will be reticketed with I II
I our Famous St. Louis Salvage Yellow Tickets, which means I I
Vs, V4, V3 or V2 Prices
Look for the YELLOW TICKETS
Side by side with Segil prices. They tell the story of the savings at a .1
glance. ' .
SALE AT THE
.T;. !SEassat Today
DOORS OPEN TOMORROW AT 10:30 A. M. I j
St, Louis Salvage CojncJ ;