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ffi I THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16,1913. ' ' X ' ' ' " .,
INACTIVE STEPS TO
Salt Lake Ad Club Proposes
to Urge Legislative "
Eighty-five members and invited Rucsts
fof tho Suit Lake Ad club enjoyed an il
lustrated lecture on "Human Interest and
Timeliness in Advortfsins:." delivered by
R S. Woodruff of the Woodruif-Sheets-ATorris
Coal company, at the Commer
cial club last night. An open discussion
followed tho lecture.
An important step was taken in the
Snnanimous adoption of a resolution ii.-o-IKLvldinp
for tho appointment of a vigilance
Committee, which is to have in hand the
y work of detecting "fake" and "dishon
4j, est"- advertising, and to brlnK about its
ii elimination through securing remedial
rj laws from the present legislature. It
iiwas declared that this form of advortis
5 iIng was one of tho greatest obstacles to
legitimate advertising and held in check
tftho business of reliable advertlslnc firms.
v An interesting talk was made by P.,
$' frF. Scrlbner, president of tho Pueblo Ad
X frcluu, of Colorado, who Is visiting in the
ftclty on business in connection with the
3 BUtah Lithograph Co.. In which he is In
3 Itterested. Mr. Scribncr spoke of adver
1 tttlslng methods in Pueblo, of the methods
I S'tised in conducting the meetings of the
sS aolub, of the business and educational
lS' 1,1 benefits of such meetings, and of the
j "ijgreat advance and improvement he hud
u fnoticcd in all channels of business and
5 industry in Sail Lake.
Foils a Foul Plot.
: , : When a shameful plot exists between
'liver and bowels lo cause distress by re-
fusing to act, take Dr. King's New Life
i Pills, and end such abuse of your svs
b torn. Thoy gently compel right action
Snf stomach, liver and bowels, and re
A More your health and all good feelings.
125c at Schramm Johnson, drugs.
8 (vinegar makers
Sf DISCUSS NEW LAWS
js 5 Vinegar manufacturer?, represeuring
;;the vinegar factories of Utah, jnct with
j -.Villard Hansen, state dairv and food
Commissioner, yesterday, to discuss leg-
is!atIon proposed to cover tho vinegar
I -Industry. The greater part of the meet
It; was devoted to a discussion of the
W proposed measure, providing- that vinegar
.manufacturers label their product, out
o.Jininff tho ingredients.
fif?, During tho past few years a cheap
,& grade of vinegar has been manufactured
jS .In the stale and placed in competition
with the g-cnulne malt vinegars. By ru-t3-
tiuirins: an outline of the Ingredients on
; , each, package, Mr. Hansen believes the
:ja .manufacturer producing Die genuine malt
vjnegar will be protected.
yJ The proposed measure met with th
;e approval of the manufacturers and all
promised their support in endeavoring
.to have the legislating enact a law of
rjj, tills kind-
'ilp Any littlo wound or abrasion of tho
flesli occurring in cold weather that is
-'finofi promptly treated "becomes a bad
Qsore and is difiicult to heal. Apply
Ballard's Snow Liniment at once when
such accidents happen. The wound
Sshoiils promptly and 600n does away
fc-ith th0 annoyance of a bandage. Price
Joe, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold bv 1
Bchramoi-Johnson. JDrufrs. fivo (o) ood f
j 1 Publish Magazine Here.
'1 S- McClurc. secretary of the Na-
'1 vl1?"1. woolgrowers association, has es
j lablished headquarters on the seventh
it fpor of tho Mclntyre building, wlicr
'A be January number of tho National
d yoolgrovvcr will bo published. ilr Jic
"il '.lure' ,wil, formerly lived iii Gooding,
Vi da ,W,H haVc nis family here within a.
rfl ew days.
-A If your children arosubjccl to attacks
$ if croup, watch for tho first symptom,
"SL1 loaTsciieiis. Give Chamberlain's Couh
ss tonu-dy as soon as the child becomes.
J-1 parse and tho attack raav be warded
j (T. 3ror sale by Schra'nnu-Johnson,
3rup;s. "tho never-substitutori;, " five
S)- sood stores. (Advertiecmont)
ai CATALOGUE PRINTING
pno by tho Century is distinctive.
jj57 gostoffico place. (Advertisement)
I amuments i
SALT LAK:E-mi,siana ou," mu
sical uon)edy,rco days, commenc
ing tonight, j'1 njJUince Saturday.
ORPIHCUM J(lvanced vaudeville.
Performance'01' afternoon and
COLONIAL m'n J. Kelly and as
sociated plJrs In "Cct-P.Ich-Quick
WalllortJ-" all week. Mat
inees ThurA" and Saturday,
EMPRESS vpPvUle. Matinees ev
.cry af.tcrno' nnd two perform
ances at nlff W changes today.
GARUICK "?v Lovej a Lassie."
musical co: one week. Bill
changes oi'atu'"'lny. Matinees
Wedneedayi'uj'oay and Sun-
The follovrf theater notlcos nr
marked "ad'vl.sment" in ordor to
complv with iirlct interpretation of
the new fed1, newspaper law. In
no sense aflcy paid advertis-
intnta. Tlie3,ra. itemB furnished by
the pre" tut of th vnrious
I jrESPITE aJ"nbination or the ele
moiits tlj nearly prevented the
opunlng this flc the nevv bill at "the
Empress wilt jopon for lis regular run
for the week &lnnlng with this after
noon's perfonPc-'- The programme-is
headed by CJc- B- Reno ami his com
pany of fun if's in Mr. Reno's latest
sketch, cntltU The Misfit Arm v."
With Mr. IP anil company will b
seen the MoW-Juwel troupe of five
performers, vf have recently complet
ed eastern elements that have won
for them mil recognition from f lio
The BrooklfHarmony four is among
the foremost pi'tettes in the countrv
and lias justpmpleted :i tour of the
The act of rly's trained dogs is said
"to represent Ultimate in its class.
Ell Davvsorfnd the dramatic sketch
"Number N"je the other two numbers
on the bill. tr. Dawson Is recognized
as one of tlist blackface comedians
now to be ffld in vaudeville. Me . is
a song writeifld will use several of his
own composlps. during his Empress
"N'umbcr -lfls the thriller of the en
tiro programe The act carries a car
load of sceO ; and electrical effects
that assist iicaklng tile turn exlromely
realistic ndihe incideht'-of the play
was taken fit an actual happening on
a western rasad several years ago. it
holds an add Interest, for playgoers of
this seetlon.Jhc incident was known
as tile Burda case and was widely
heralded ovefJie country.
The p!. tiiri-AVlll close the new pro-,
gramme, whfc opening this afternoon,
runs tliroughh.4 ensuing- week until next
Carrie lteypfe, who sprung iiito popu
lar favor lntB single, night when she
appeared in Hi prima donna soubrette
role with th'.p-star company in "The
Ugd Posc' atJio Globe theater, Kew
York, two scads ago, and followed up
that success b her delightful work in
the role of Jele in "The Rose of
Panama," andf the Countess Wllden
berg. the prlnml singing part in "The
Kiss Waltz," Iwinning nevv laurels in
the vaudevilleleld. Miss Reynolds is
making a blslt at the Orpheupi this
week and indhtally rendering several
excellent sough a reilned and refresh
ing manner, jj,
The splendBpatronage accorded the
Rex theater -i some lime past- lias
spurred theni grealer efforts in ob
taining the,bE: Today will see a splen
did varlcTy cllfx subjects. "The Re
demption of Tfie Hawk" Is a 101 Bison
feature in twflirts. and is full of thrill
ing situatioiipicturcsquc scenes and
uncnualed clusterizations. "The Xew
Magdalene" lici offering In two parts.
The story of & play tells of a woman,
who, after losij her s6clai standing and
character, atltpts to steal the identity
of another, j
" Louisiana i)ii" begins its thrco
nights' engapent at the Salt Lake
theater tonki Pretty girls, pretty
music, a vcaljbt. and players who are
making their arlc, are some of tho at
tractions prosed for this musical com
edy. A Satuty matinee will be played
at reduced rii
rt. " "
Xevcr in tY history of the Colonial
has any sic star appearing there
scored the hKSat William J. Kelly has
made this wi -with his chaiactcriza
tioirof the tlirolc in "Get-Rlch-Quiclc
U'allingrord."Jll:r. Kelly's playlnr of the
part has elietf a gi'eat deal of praise
from many 5' Lakers who saw the
$fo. M. Barrie's "Uttle-kinister"
at the Libert
p4tA; yi. BARRIE'S "Tho Little
Jj famous by Maude Ad-
! ''Wfr 1,0 presenlod in
! motion)iuturcs at the Lib-
' V for lhroe duys bim,luo'
2Qtouay. 0 production is in three
BliefBjecls iLaS) m;idc v the Vitapraph
'' 'Wi$Si?JT'aio or llio leading motion
uLWEri,ctwiifjii'turci-H. The story ot
f i?c,vi$ Ovpy pv and tho young
jLj,?otclif.tpl: 'iHJ familiar to almont
i& told in jilcar Woll-couuccted man
Clara Kii younp. whoso fine act
ing in ottn-vitaLrrapb life portrayab
has lFoinMfil, colmition, plays tho
part, or 14k Babbie and hor dcliRht
lul to'Wiltion of tho 'role places
the prodq pia0 far above :
ibo' Win addition to "Tho Lit-!
tlo MiiuMjjJ "1,.(5 fs included iu the
JVmF;!. Bdison comedy entitled
''The TOfc r , aml a Bioffraph
drama eagJ ,,n fiveuturo in tho
Auttuuu , rxha bill will rim
Byron Bidwell, with "Number 44,"
the big railroad act opening at tho Em.
original production in Xew York and
who declare that in .artistry and staging
the Coloniul show is Ihe oiiual of the
.metropolitan presentation Kor the
week to come Mr. Kelly is lo appear in
"The., Fortune Hunter" instead of
"Sapho," as was advertised. "Thu For
tune Hunter" has been in preparation
for several weeks, and it will be Mr
Kelly's first appearance In the part.
The Garriok this week provides an
abundance of fun and laughter and one
of the prettiest choruses west or Chi
cago. With aii addition of new faces and
a "rip-roaring" musical comedy. "They
Loved a Lassie." the Garriok ..offers an
evening of clean, wholesomb entertain
ment. Friday night Is eagerly awaited,
as that is the night of the chorus girls'
contest, and each of the "honey girls"
is preparing a specialty, fullv expecting
to win the. cash prizes offered bv the
At the Mehesy picture house three
splendid film companies, the Reliance.
American and Thanhauser. present tholr
best. Tiie latter depicts "A Guilty Con
science," showing where a defrauded
widow whom the law could not aid be
cause the robbers worked legally In their
robbing, regains her fortune. Neverthe
less, pon-profcssional assistance wins for
her what the lawyers couldn't, and you
will follow her shrewd attempt at re
covery with a great deal of interest.
The photography is perfect.
Dr. G. B. Pfoutz has removed his of
fice to suite 627 Boston building.
Alter investigating' tho Oregon irriga
tion Jaws, Stato Engineer Caleb Tanner,
who has just returned from the north
west, declares that the Oregon statutes
embody many ideas that may be adopt
ed with j.rofit in Utah. The Oregon
laws pertaining to irrigation mutters are
patterned largely after tho - Wyoming"
law, which vyas once proposed for adop
tion In Utah.
As Oregon conditions arc similar to
those in Utah, Mr, Tanner will urge the
adoption of portions of tho Oregon law
in this fdalo.
SHE COULD .HOT STOP IT.
She fcrifrd and tried,' .this Urrng, thai
Sung, then fcbe other thing. All no
good. Then she thought of HalTs "ELt-tt
Rcnewer. Talked Vita hex doctor about
it. Then 'bonghfc it, need ife. Her hair
skroped falling out at once. Ko-w she fa
tetwns hex friends. So coloring or siaia
iag of tine" hale, eifc&fyz.
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salt lake theatre
MATINE SATURD'AY.' .
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, Harry .skln prcacnls the world's
record-breaking musical show,
Mat., 25c to $1. Eve., f0c to 51-50.
TO i. - ' SPECIAL. j
ll ' i KELLY
B V"'' and his Co. in '
1 j'MM. ' MnaCford'al I'
I .-M&' MaLt- Thl,r m
1- AdlSS 3 nnd Sat. fX
ft NEXT WEEK "SAPHO." "j
TRIBUNE WANT ADS PULL
CHICAGO GRAND OPERA CO.,
Theodore Sturkow Ryder, Planlstc.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
AT MUSIC STORES.
TB IB TINE WANT ADS PULL
Phone Wasatch 3569.
ALL THIS WEEK
Marion Llttlctlcld's Florentine Sinsors
O'Brion, Iiavol Co.
. The Flylnpr Martins..
OKPHBLTM "DAYLIGHT MOTION
PRICES Maf.lneo Daily, 15c, 25c, 50c.
Night. 25c DOc. 75c.
Another of the S. .&. C. Big Shows,
I SULLIVAN. CONSIDlNc
Greater Advanced Vaudeville. 1
GEO. B. RENO & CO, 1
in the biggest and heartiest m
FIRST Laugh In Vaudeville. 1
"Number 44" The Sensa-1
TODAY tlonal Railroad Play, Mor. 1
2:30 ton-Jewel Troupe. Brooklyn 1
7:30 Harmony Four, Ell Davson, I
.'.e Theo. Carly's Canines, W
J,1S Pathe's Weekly, Empress I
Regular 30c Matlneo Dally i A 1
mprcM 20c 500 I UC &
Qrlcnn 10e Pargti(t S-at. v IB
Fun, Music and Pretty Girls.
The Allen Curtis Frolics Company.
25 Happy Boys and Girls In
"They Loved a Lassie"
Two shows tonight, 10c. 20c, 30c.
Regular matinees Wednesday. Sat
urday and Sunday.
All seats 10c.
Chorus girls' contest every Friday
night after each show,
"The Redemption of White Hawk.' IH
101 Bison Two Parte. lB
"THE NEW MAGDALINE." IH
Imp Three Parts. H
"SHE SLEPT THROUGH IT ALL." H
A Delightful Imp Comedy. H
"LUMBERING IN TEXAS," 1 H
"UTAH'S SALT INDUSTRY," H
"BALKAN WAR." B
Gaumont Animated. M
SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY, H
"SHERLOCK HOLMES." IPH
DON'T FORGET Our Free Trans. jH
portatlon Offering to Sunny Callfor- H
nla and Return, via Salt Lake Route, IJB
Mehesy Theatre I I
Nev First-Run Pictures Exclusively
Programme Changes Every Day 5c
"A GUILTY CONSCIENCE," jH
A Drama by the Thanhauecr Company 'jl
"A JOLLY GOOD FELLOW,"
By the Reliance Company.
"HIS OLD-FASHIONED MOTHER,"
A Pathetic Portrayal by the American J
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