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i THE SALT LAKH TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1913. 1f H
I FOB HUB Til
tali Boosters Realize That
I They Must Be Up and
Elf TING IS ON TONIGHT
II Who Favor the Midland
I Route Arerged to
Be Present. '
fcTbc -Midland trail boosters of Salt
ake "-iJl not down. They intend to
vo the transcontinental automobile
uti come into Salt Lake iu spite of
!$ difficulties, and Lhey will Dot take
for an answer from tho !Manufac
ijers association, -n-hich is construct
iff the transcontinental route.
jjgiTicn the average Salt Laker meets
io of the mauv Midland trail boost
' around Salt Lake these days ho is
Ten to understand in a forcible mon-
Ithat jr. is his duty to .cet iu line and
t brine the iirst transuontincntul
;e across tho country into Salt Lake
the now famous 5lidland trail as
out b.y A. L. West.ga.rd, the official
lfindcr of the Ainericuu Automobile
ciation. JTe is told in an emphatic
mcr that it is his dutv as a citizeu
3alt Jjako lo fall in line uud help
project alon. So lar as known, no
has yot been found who can give
asonablo oscuse why he should not
the ranks ot: the boosters,
meeting of the Midiand trailers
be held the Commercial club to
it. The object of this meeting is
bnnulato a iinc of defense ana of
lie against rho Overland trailers,
6, it. appears, have been making
id-way with tho powers that be in Jn
ijiapolis, the headquarters of the
aan to Ocean Bock Highway associa
te Word ha3 been passed out from
Hoosicr town that tho Wyoming
ite may be selected, hence tho activ
of the iMidlaDd trailers to defeat
'n a letter received thir. week bv
isident W. U. Ellison of the Midland
iil association, he was told that
thns would ""have io open the road
m Grand Junction to Salt Lake if
y even hoped to ;ret. a look in on the
Hand trail. This Toutc is impassable
an automobile at present, but if it
fpened so that cars may get through
pearly summer, Lhcrc "is a strong
ncc for tho nvanufactucrs' pathfind
ito como into Salt Lalce from this di
uon. Taps eent out of tho proposed route
Iiho manufacturers' pathfinders
fo to Denver and then go north to
Collins to Lnramie. across Wyo
and into Salt Lako by way of
y's canyon. This would clinuunte
Midland trail. Therefore it bo
.? the members of that association
order to open the Midland trail
nc'-'essary to do soma hoary work
Rh the Castle G-ate canyon and fis
etches of road further oast. This,
claimed, can be dono for a email
nt of money and the ollicers of the
,nd Trail association hopa to raise
mi through momborship in the as
ion at the small foe of $2 a. year,
, Ellison announces that, the- Car
ounty commissioners will bo pres
t the meeting this evening to give
to information as to what is necd-
Cattle Gate canvon this side of
, They will a.W tell of this ef
'being made in Price to secure the
ion of the trail. Tho Provo ofti
of tho Midland trail havo proux
lo have a delegation present this
nt: in tell what Provo is doing to
o j,hs trail. "
!ildeiit Ellison has issued, a general
Hioji to all members of the asso
iri uud others to be present tonight
am ihat is needed and help the
ic no lime getting to the office?
o National Savings & Trust Co..
loor Walker Bank building, nnd
figato their "Moada by tho
irrigated Project. Wire or tolo
a reservation in advance the
ies'' are goinrr fast, and thore's
6000 acres. All choice land with
lanfc supply of water. 100 per
and long-time payments. Call
tch 4ofi7. (Advertisement.)
111 RECEIVE DIPLOMAS
ijjW-h iippioAdatc exercises, tho jrradu-
clues of the Fremont school was
"pyly launched from the frrammar
itJB to Ihc hlRh school last night at
pfrMfyrnnasIuni hull or the high school,
f students who hav completed
-jiTyWlementao' courses In the ratio.
rr$.1R "'ore plvon diplomas entitling
uirfJfcito entrance to tho repular hiph
, Iy'mombers of tho classes are: George
t3HmlrVTriEcnl; Esihcr K.1ar. vice presl-M'-
Roy Taj-Ior. secretary; Hay Hath
f &E.kV, 100 Haslnm, AJvIn Maybo,
KtF t131' N'-'Hc Fern Davta, Nancy I.
5r1??B' ,vJra- Emcr;.-. Emma. B. Gil
j i-tt SInrlha K. Garbott, Margaret Hua
17M;Cona. Knight, rarpucrltfj M. Law-
iuilK'i? Elftanor Michael, afarv E, Jlc
"iSiB' -Bessie .Rich, Margaret H. Itob-
fl.flUd Ava. A. Sutton.
'$my Women Are Beautiful
ejE (Ell". ICllia in The Arch.)
cJSBp bcst-groomcd leaders of fashion
o fKiJoocu the ue of jiowdor. They
0B5ipon a completion tn-autlfler, tho
jiJB4 ii"ck s not common property.
"u-jBFe facc, neck and arms with a
. l?tBSl.maclP b-v dlflHolvIngr four onncea
d&mmSili00 ,n a half J,,nt of tch hazel.
o5Pi irctih "and mtMnK the akin
iJ4,Bpilovc',,,cst hulH of" hair aro those
)RBijiyf; had tho least washing, for
jYwJuJIu and dcuicim hair. Dry aliam
jBLci U,1,K! Ulf! Bcalp, and leaven the
& JTholcHOn,' bluffy and Ideally
r o'TTWiv Ji x fonr oncca or oitIs root
4DvTtfKiH fflUaItvckaP0 ot therox. sprln
0,1 the lusjwJ, l)niHh out and
m ?5jW"ainpoo is completed.
il5HBro,WB and lashes dnuervn ;itten-
'ntf nnlUly wUl1 Pyroxln. and the
OIKSLj " c,row CVfin and ropular In
' LWfnA "m-1' TVhlIc tho ,a3hea wlu
CilSKn1" an(' ri,?zy growUiB that
VWfMti ZIJ001 humiliation can bo
COVM -?im?ved by 000 application of
Jr" a Pacto with a llttlo
J USir -oniM,thout ,CttvIK a scar. If
?f JKE "1 .r c,.rtnIn 'oms of ec
0 'n' YAi,a . i"k,n ""Ptloni!
110S IE MADE "
II WMi SHI
Poultry Exhibition Drawing
Big Crowds and Is Prov-ing-
Interesting. ' '
" . ,
Great Interest is being1 manifested in
the poultr;,' show at Murray. The at
tendance lias been Jar greater tlian was
expected and enthusiasm and good
natured competition nan run hlsli. Fol
lowing aro tho awards madu yesterday:
Blue Anduluslans t. Smith, first
and second cock: first and second Oocl;
crct: rlrst. second, third and fourth pul
let. Indian Cornish Fowls W. G. Iieakin.
flryt and second cockerel: first, second,
third and fourth pullet.
Slnglc-comh White- Minorca W. G.
Deaktn. first cockerel; first, second, third
and fourth hen.
Mammoth Bronno Turkeys S. B. Goth
ard, first cockerel; Rue Sholcs. first and
White-faced Black Spanish A. Mat
ton, first cockerel; .first, second and third
Single-comb Brown Leghorn D. Ii.
Millard, first cock: first and second cock
erel; first, nocond and third hen; flrut
and second pullet.
Sln.crle-comb White Plymouth Kock
Rue SholeH. first cock; first, second,
third and fourth hen.
Barred Plymouth Rocks C H. Spencfc,
first and second cockerel.
Slnglo-conib Whltf On'Instons A.
Malton, first cock; flrat. second and third
hfri, J. G, Torrence. flrat cockerel: fourth
and fifth hen; first pullet.
Columbian Wyandotte W. A. Parkin
son, flrat cockerel, first pullet. Iirst und
Anconas Leonard Whityhoad. first,
second. "'third, fourth and fifth pullets.
Rose-comb Brown Leghorns Leonard
Whitehead, first cockerel; first, second
and third pullet.
Black Ml norcajs William G. Deakln.
second and fourth cockerel: third and
fifth pullet; second, pen; X W. Caldwell,
first and third cockerel, first, second and
fourth pullet, first pen.
Elack Langshan W. G. Deakln, first
cockerel; first, second, "third and fourth
pullet; fina pen; Lawrence ITcaJy. third
cockerel and fifth millet
Single-comb Rhodo - Island Reds
George A. Huschcr. first, second, third
and fourth pullet: first cock, second and
fifth cockerel, first -pen; Cyril Laurltzen,
first cockerel; C. A. Reynolds, fourth
cockerel: August Olander. third cock
erel, first, second, third and fourth, hen.
second pen. s
Rose-comb Rhode Island Reds Seth
Plxton. second cockerel, eecond and
fourth pullet, fifth hen. second pen: C. A.
Reynolds, third cockerel, tliird pullot: H.
E. Parr, first cockerel, first and fifth
pullet, first cock, first, second, third and
fourth hen. first pen.
Silver Pheasants W. C. Matthews,
flrat-year pluming, first cock, first and
Gr'.den Pheasants W. C. Matihnws,
first cock, first and second hen.
English Pheasants W. C. Matthews,
first cock, first and second lien.
Rlng-neckcd Pheasants W. C. Mat
thews, first cock, first and second hen.
Single-comb White Leghorns W. C.
Boebe. first pullet, third cockerel, fourth
pen; Harry Tlisgs. first and third cock
erel, fifth pullet, first pen: W. G. Deakln.
flrat cock; C. E. French, second cock
erel, second pen; Raymond Spencer, sec
I ond cock, fourth cockerel, second and
! third pullet, third pen; J. W. McIIonry.
fourth pullot. fifth cockerel, fifth, pen:
George Ferguson, first, second, third
and fourth hen.
Piceons English Pouters, all to J. C
Walker; Pigmy Pouters, all to Lawrence
Smith: English Magpie, all to J. C.
Walker: English Carriers, all to Allon
Benin; Clean Lake Tumblers, nil to Allon
Bentz; Blue Check TnrbltH. all o Law
ronce Smith, first cock and first hen;
Silver Turbits. Allen Brntz. first cock:
Lawrence Smith, first hen; Red Turbits.
Lawrence Smith, first cock, second hen;
Allon Bentz, first hen; boat dlrrplay. J.
C. Walker second. Allen Benin; third,
Happiness is the proper coal of hit
man euort, and health is indispensable
to it take Hood 's Sarsnparilla.
FOR m 01ERE0
The following letter from the meat and
food division of tho city board of health
has been mailed to all retail candy deal
ers In the city:
Dear Sir: This is to call your at
tention to the fact that on and after
February 1. 1913. tho city food ordi
nance relating to the propur protec
tion of candy and confectionary from
dust and dlrr is to bo rigidly enforced
and all candy and confectionary In
your storo nui3t be thoroughly pro
tected from dual and flies. Respect
fully, J. W. TREMAN.
Dlseu3alng the foregoing letter, In
spector Mrs. P. K. Cook said yester
day: The stand taken by tho health de
partment In rfigard to tho handling of
candy In this city aurely commends
Itself to all thinking people.
Jf purchasern would stop to con
sider tho Amount of duaf. and germs
that accumulate on candy that Is
left uncovered, they would hesitate lo
take It home to their children after
It has been exposed to throngs of
The settling or tho dust and dirt
rising from the conutant tramping or
feet certainly does n6t make candy
look well through a magnifying glosi;.
and tho probability that constantly
In lh crowds are persons mirroring
from tuberculosa, and tho possibility,
occasionally, rrom mud canes or con
tagious diseases which havo escaped
quarantine, makes ua wonder how
many children avo 111 now rrom th
IgnoranoH of parents who novcr glv
a thought to tho question or clean
handling of these roods. In talking
over tho Bltuatlon, jsoveml or tile
candy dealers have remarked:
"But we breathe- this moving, dust
ladon air all the tlmo."
Wc certainly do, and that Is th
special reaflon why wo aro ho par
ticular that our chlldron should
breathe through the nose and not the
John W. Ritchie nays: "The funo-
tlon of tho nono In respiration In to
protect the throat and lungK from
cold and from dust and gunns.
The mouth breather Is greatly ex
posed to the contagious germs in 2i1b
air Kone, whilo the nasal pausages,
through their ingenious construction,
catch and destroy much of tho pois
onous material on Its way to the
lungs of tho nose-breather. Jt scorns
to mo that the fact that tho portal
of ontrance for moBt of the trans
inlssable diseases Isi tha throat. th
Htomach "and Intestines, nhould be
onough of an argument agclnot con
At any rate, most of the- candy
dealers consider tho covering of con
fectionary an oconomlcal arrango
, ment Jn tha lonr run. According to
theni, enough candy. Is picked up
from tho open trays by ohoppora to
pay In a aort time for the ylnsff sdmw
cascH which aro noon to cover nil con
fectionary exposed for salo.
They say they are glad to rover,
providing tho law is enfoicr'd evtu-y-Arherc
In the city, nnd that Ic what
tho health department propose to do
Olirouic, Crippled-up Sufferers Find
Rcliof Alter Few Dosca of
Now Remedy Are
.. . .
It is needless to put" for any longer
with rheumatism, aud be all crippled
up, and bent out of shape with its
hcurt-wreuchiuf: pain?; when you cau
aurely avoid it.
Khcuinaiisui comes from weak, in
active kidneys, that, fail to filter from
the blood tho poisonous waste matter
and uric acid; aud it is useless to rub
on liniments or take ordinary remedies
to rolievc the pain, This only prolongs
the misery and cau 't possibly cure you.
Tho onHy v.-.'tv to cure rheumatism is
to remove .the cause. Tho new discov
ery. Croxonc, does this because it neu
tralizes and dissolves all tho poisonous
'substauccs and uric acid that lodge in
tho joints and muscles, to scratch and
irritate and cause rheumatism, aud
cleans out and strongthons the stopped
up, inactive kidneys, so they can filter
all the poison froiuHhc blood, and drive
it on and out of the system.
Croxonc it tho most wonderful medi
cine ever mado for curing chronic rheu
matism, kiduey troubles,, and bladder
disorders. You will find it different
from all other remedies. There is noth
ing else on earth like it. It matters
not how old vou arc. or how long you
have suffered, it is prarticall' impos
sible to take it into the human syotcm
wilhout results. You will find relief
from the first few closes, and you will
bo surprised how quickly all your
misery and suffering will ond.
An original package of Oroxone costs
but a trifle at any first class drlug
store. All druggists arc authorized lo
sell it on a positive moncy-uack guar
antee. Three doses a day for a few
days is often all that is ever needed
to curse tho worst backache or over
come uriuary disorders.
M MAY REGULATE
Copies of an anti-cigarette law taken
from the statutes of Illinois and other
eastern states were received by Super
intendent D. I-I. Christensen of the pub
lic schools yesterday from a national
women's organisation al Chicago, ac
companied bv a j-equest that ho lend his
efforts toward Having a similar measure
Incorporated in the Utah law by the
Tho law provides that all dealers In
cigarettes be required to pay an annual
licenso of S100 to the citv and fllo a bond
for 5500 to Insure against violation of
stato or olty ordinances. Cigarettes con
taining any kind of "dope," such us
opium, morphine. Jipson weed, belladon
na, Ktrychnine. cocaine, sugar hemp or
arsenic, are barred under the proposed
measuro and nothing but .straight tobac
co can onter into their manufacture.
' It Is provided that tho health com
missioner of a city shall have authority
to inspect all places where cigarettes are
told. It 1s further provided that no
cigarettes shall be sold to a person un
der 21 years of ago and no place having
cigarettes for sale shall be located with
in CvO feet of any public school build
ing. Tho penalty for violation of any of ihc
provisions of the act Is revocation of li
cense and a fine of not less than or
more than $100.
Steps probably will be taken to bring,
suoh a measure 'before the coming logls
laturn, though Superintendent Christon
sen is not Inclined to assume responsi
bility for tho bill. Ho favors pnch pro
tection to children a the bill provides,
but in view of past attempts by the
school authorities to Insert such a stat
ute In tho Utah law, he Is somewhat
doubt fuJ of its .success.
Escaped Aftor Fifteon Tears,
"W. P. Bro3'los made a successful es
cape after fifteen years of suffering
from kidney and bladder troubles. Fo
ley Kidney Pills released him and will
do just tho name for others. Ho saya:
''Thoy cured a most scvero backache
with painful bladder irregularities, and
the' do all you olaim for thorn." Ko
fuse substitutes. Schramm-Johnson,
Drugs, "the never Eubstitutors," five
(5) good stores. (Advcrtisoment)
$100 an acre for irrigatod land, level
as a table top, deep and fertile, is a
bargain. $5 und a day's time will
provo this. Arrango with the .Na
tional Savings & Trust Co., top floor
Walker Bank building, for a trip to
"Mosida by the Lake' one of tho
richest spots in Utah valley. Electric
power lino through the tract; telephouo
connections with tho wholo country.
You'll 'be charmed with tho plaoo. Call
Wasatch 4567. (Advertisement.)
BOOK AGENTS ARE OFF
FOR NORTH AND WEST
Tho half hundred nubllshers' repre
sentatives, who havo been in Salt Lake
for fiome timo past engaged In bidding
for tho boolt contracts in Hie Utah pub
lic schools which were let by the state
textbook, commission Monday, will now go
to Idaho and Orcson. The Idaho text
book commission will rovlso tho official
textbook system of that state early this
year, a will tho Oregon commission.
In the slates whore the textbooks arc
furnished free by the schools these con
tracts aro big ones and tho publishers
exert every effort to secure them. A
number of tho agents' ot big eastern pub
lishers who cover thi territory make
thbhr headquarter! in thin city.
Medical wrltern declare It Incurable af
ter the sixth month whether albuminous
The average man prefers to think of It
as "kidney trouble" and lot's it go, but
the census for 1000 ahowa this appalling
fact out of 6!;,000 deaths from kidney
troubles over nine-tenths or them (5S.000"
took the form called "Brlpht's Disease,"
although it is quite probable that nine- :
tenths of thene up to tho last moment
thought of It as and called It "kidney
trouble," when aa a matter of fact, tho (
only possible hope laid through treat
ment for Blight's Disease.
Until Fulton's Renal Compound was
worked out we never knew of a recovery
In a oaso of chronic Brlght's disease.
Since then Inflammation, of the kidneys,
whether albuminous or not, or whether
called "kidney trouble" or "Brlght'n Dis
ease," or whether six monthn or six
yean standing, often yields where- pa
tients have fair hearts and recuperative
If vou havo had kidney trouble over
sl.v months, no matter what you call It,
If the books aro true you havo something
to erlously ronslder.
Fulton's Renal Compound can be -had
pf Fchrn mm -Johnson. "Drugs. AhK for
pamphlet Wn desire to hear from and
advl3o -with thosp not Improving the third
week Write John J, Fulton Co., San
Fratvlnco, Cal. (Advertisement.)
Maple Creek Canyon Will B'e
the First Scene of
? . - .
Operations. 1 ,
Withiu a mouth the officials of tho lo
cal division of tho Uuited Slates weath
er 'bureau will begin a survey of the
snow in Maple Creek canyon to deter
mine the a'mount of water available for
irrigation purposes Dext summer. The
work will be in charge of J. Cecil Al
ter, rirsLassistaut fu the oOieu bore. This
work i one f the most important in
vestigations being conducted by tho de
partment.. Tho plan has been worRed
ou. by A. II. Thicssen, section director,
and this is the only office in tlic United
States conducting such an investiga
tion. If the results of the work done in
faple Creek canyon is as successful as
Director Tbicssou believes it will be, it
is probable that the weather bureau will
greatly cnlargo this branch of the serv
ice, as it would be of inestimable value
in tho arid west to irrigation farmers.
If they knew that aji unusual amount j
of snow water would bo available for
irrigation during a certain reason they
could plant crops requiring a largo
amount of water and know that thoy
wero safe in doing it. Ou the other
hand, if the amount of water is small
during a winter of light snowfall, with
the data in hand. I he farmers or irriga
tiou companies could so distribute the
water as to use it to tho beat advan
tage. Although the snowfall between now
and Maroh may be- heavier and thereby
make up for the deficiency which has
been reported so far this winter, it falls
below tho averago nt present. Although
this survey is conlinod to Maple Crock
canyon at the present; time, it is more
lliau probablo flat it will be exteuded
to other Utah walorsheds in "tho near
future. Mr. Alter wil be assisted by
M. S. Collon, tho new assistant in the
Salt Late Statistics
James L. Jennings, 44S West Fifth
Sou tli. girl.
Arthur 13. Lund, ML East Sovcnl'h
Jf-nac Clegg, East Sixth South, girl.
Joshua Blloy, MS North Sixth West,
William Eugene Wagstaff, 10SG Wiluon
Henry Ttohe, OlJt Windsor avenue, boy.
Fred Allen, ! Navajo street, girl.
Mervin J. Adams, 221 West Sixth
Wythe B. Walker, $2". Second avcmi
Patrick ITarlln. 115 Sherman avenue,
Clondle Cllre. SU0 Blair avenue, girl.
Albert Moxum Daly, 360 ISaat South
Albert C. Cox, G55 Driggs avenue, girl.
January -0. WIS Lulu Shorb Springall.
CS-i Oblad avenue, 26 years, endocarditis.
January 1?,, liM?, Tarnechi Maauvn.
153 West Third South. 45 years, cancer
Heal Estate Transfers.
Gabriel Johnson and wife to Johan
na M- Oliver, part lot 'J, blbck
I7-A, live-acre pint. A $ JO
Wlllard B. Richards and wife to
Philip A. Baeslngcr, lot 3, block
5. .Evergreen park COO
Lars P. Ograln to A. C Ocrain.
lots 15 and 1G, block 11, Jordan
i place ',000
Oscar Erlckson and wife to Rob
ert W. Butler, part lot U, block J,
five-acre pla.t A 1,200
Hoffman Broa. Loan & Trust Co.
to 'Edith Newman, lot , block 1,
City Hall subdivision joo
W. I:J. Samuelson to Lena 15. Snm
uelson, lots 33 and 3-i, block 2,
J. C. Thompson to P. A. Williams,
part lot G, block 32, ten-acre
plat A oo
Peter Shegvon and wife to Harold
Nielson and wife, part aectlon 11,
township 1 aouth. rango 1 weet.. 400
Harold Nielson and wife to Grace
13. Schollold, part section 11,
township 1 south, rango I west. 400
iBmma T. Mcrk to Grace E. Scho
fleld, part, section 32, township
1 north, rango 2 cast 135
Elizabeth M, Hobson lo Margaret
Illingworth, lots 2S and 23, block
J, Villa addition 2.000
Alma C. Jensen and wife to Mar
garet S. Jensen, part lot 9, nlock
4-i, - ten-acre plat A .. 1,200
Moro Clerks Nocded.
A. civil service examination of special
interest Ih announced Tor February 21.
It will be to fill posltionH as departmental
clerks In the federal offices In Wash
ington. A number always take the ex
amination here. Among the requirements
aro an e.vpert knowledge- of stenography
and typewriting. Further Information
regarding th0 examination can be ob
tained from tho secretary of the local
board of civil service examiners at the
Severe Lung Trouble
.While we all know that plenty of fresh
air and good food are necessary to por
80P3 HiifTerlng from lung trouble, some
thing more Is needed to bring about full
hoalth. Eckinan'a Alterative Ih a medi
cine for throat and lung troubles, and so
many reports havo been received showing
that It brought about good results In a
number of caacn which were declared
hopeless, that nil sufferers who arc not
benefiting otherwlae should at leant In
vestigate what It has dono for others. It
may be the means of restoring you to
health. Investigate thlu case:
Madison Lake. Minn.
"Gentlemen: in December, IPOa, and
March, IJI0!'. I was taken with hemor
rhages or .the lungK which confined me
several weeks, each time :o mv bed.
These left mo very weak and I coughed
at nigh ih and could not sloop. My ::ppe- I
tite also failed me. My doctor advised
me to crc West. So In September. 1D00. I
planned to go, but f had four more hem
orrhages, which put me In bed for three
"In November I started for Denver. 1
Colo. After my arrival T met Michael
Prody, who, upon learning of my condl- .
tlon, urged me lo take Eckman'a Altera- 1
Ivo. In about two montha I began to fcell 1
hotter I kept on taking the medicine',
and improved fast. In March. 1910, I re
turned hom'e. I think T nm entirely well,
have it good appetite nnd sloop well.
Whon I left Denver my weight was 130
poundn, t now weigh 1(55. my normal
weight. I thank God and your Altcrativo
for my health. If I can help any otlur
petHon fluttering from Tuberculosis, I will
gladly do no.M t
fSivorn Affidavit) PAUL L. FASJvACHT. I
Eckman'a Alterative Is effective In
Bronchitis. Asthma, Hay Fever: "Throat
and Lung Troubles, and In upbuI'dJng the
syHtem. TJoea not contain polaopfr. opi
ates or habit-forming drugn. For sale
by Schramm-Johnson. Drugs. "The Nv-er-SubKtltutors."
"Five (f1 Good Store?,
and other leading rlrugginta. Ask for
booklet telling of recovoriep. and write
to TVkmau Laboratory, Philadelphia. Ph.,
for additional erfd-ne CAdvcrUMomtnt.')
DELICIOUS "SYRUP OF FIGS" CLEAKSYOUR !
' TORPID LIB COHSTiPATED BOWELS j
Fennentaliou in stomach, sluggish liver and v;ile-loggccI bowels
cause" the sick headache, sourness, gastritis,
biliousness and iuc'iigeslion. j
If headach', bilious, di'.v.y. tongue
coutcd, stomach sour :md full ot' us,
you belch unJiprstcd food :ind fool
sick and miserable, it means that your
liver is choked with sour bilo and your
thirty feet of bowels arc clothed with
cft'otc waste 'mutter not properly i-ar-riod
off. Coustipation Is worse than
most folks believe. It mcaus that this
waste matter in lh thirty feet of
bowels de-eay? into poisons, yases and
acids and that these poisons arc then
sucked into tho blood through the very
ducts whii'h should suck ouly nourish
ment to sustain the body,
: !Most people dread physic. They
think of castor nil, salts aud cathartic
pills. They shrink from tho after
effects so thev postpone the dose un
til they et sick; then they do this I
liver and bowel cleansing in a heroic,
way thoy have a bowel waahdny. j
, SALT LAKE THEATER "The Girl
From Tolcio," tonight and toinprtow
night, with matinee Saturday.-'
ORPHEUM Advanced vaudeville.
Performance .every afternoon and
COLONIAL William .T. Kelly and
associated players in "The Fortune
Tlunter," tonight and tomorrow
night. Matlnco Saturday.
EMPRESS Vaudeville. 'Matinees c'C
cry afternoon and two perform
ances at night.
GARRICK "Salt Lake to Paris,"
musical comedy, one week. Bill
changes on Saturday. Matinees
Vednceda, Saturday and Sunday.
Tho following theater notices are
marked "advertisement" iu order to
comply with a strict interpretation of
the new federal newspaper law. In
no sense are they paid advertise
ments. They aro items furnished by
the press agents of the various
WORD was received by the local
management of the Orpheum last
night that the annual road show is now
on it3 way here and will be the feature
at tho Orphucm for the week of February
2. Tho present week's offering is going
big and tonight, the regular weekly so
ciety night, tho house will bo again
packed to the doors, Judging from ad
vance sales. Little Billy. Barnea and
Crawford. "Warren and Blanohard, Jere
Grady and company, Mignonette Kokln
and the rest of the entertainers afford
an aggregation of lauglt promoters that
arc hard lo beat on any vaudeville bill.
At the Colonial, as the presentation of
"The Fortune Hunter" draws to a close
thlw week. Miss Xolla Qulnn. Fanohion
Evcrhart and Jane Griffith of Mr. Kelly's
company arc each scoring a personal
auccesH with tho roles that hav0 been
Intrusted to their hands. Miss Qulnn
gives a delightful portrayal of Anglo
Reed, tho country girl, and MIsn Evcr
hart plays .Tosle Lock-wood, the banker's
daughter, with finesse and case. Miss
Griffith plays Bettlo Graham In a very
protty and charming way. "The Fortune
Hunter" closes Saturday night, giving
way at the Colonial to Mr. Kelly's pro
duction of Edward Sheldon's great
drama. "The Nigger." which opens Sun.
Edmund Ford, leading man of "The
Girl From Toklo" company, which cornea
to tho Salt Lake theater for two flights
starling tonight, made his debut on the
stage In Sir Henry Irvlng'n company in
'England. Mo appeared with Sir Henry
nnd Ellen Terry an entire year In Eng
land and when Sir Henry came to
America the following year he was
chosen for this tour. Mr. Ford's recol
lections of Sir Henry are among his
happleft memories. Sir Henry's com
pany waB equipped with several accom
plished stage managers, yet Mr. Ford
says that every member of tho com
pany, .as well ns ovcry one of tho l".o
supers that appeared Willi him in his
various plays, received from this kindly
and accomplished actor some little per
sonal instruction. As Mr. Ford's uncle,
who lives in London, was a friend of
Sir Henry he gave to Mr. Ford very much
and unusual attention in the way of
forming him as an actor. Mr. Ford says
that there never lived a kindlier mun nor
one who devoted greater artistic care
to his productions than the late Sir
"The Blue Bird," by Maurice Maoter
llnck. the Belgian poet, which will be
presented at the Salt Lake tehater next
Monday, was produced for the flrEl time
In Ilussia und iu the hulght of Its suc
cess there were flfly-nlnc companies per
forming It. The next country lo see
"The Blue Rird" was England, where,
In London at the Maymarket. Herbert
Trench produced tho piece on an elab
orate and spcctiicnlar plan. It was this
production which was witnessed by "Win
throp Amen, then director of the Now
theater. Mr. Ames look elaborate notes,
and. upon his return, gave "The Rlue
Bird" as the opening bill of tho second
season of the .New theater, w ncn 1 n
Blue Blvd" i; seen here the same New
theater production will be utilized. The
sale of seats opens at the bo, office this
The heavy attendance at the Rex the
ater for the past two dayti has prompted
the management to continue the engage
ment, of Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress"
for today. This story is moro Interesting
in motion pictures than In book form, It
is considered one of the greatest. Am
brosia productions and Is in four parts
"Great. Events With Kightors In the Bal
kans," by Gaumout. will be shown and
should prove very-interesting to all.
Tonight is to be the night of nlght,s
at the ;arrick, for not only will the
chorus girls of the Allen Curtis Frolics
company compote for cash prizes, which.
Is a regular feature of Friday night, but
the bree'.y and merry show which has
held Ourrick patronn the past si.v days
will close. Tomorrow's inailnce will sec
the opL-nlng of a new show and one of
the latest in mu.Mea) comedy circle?.
The contest tonight promises to bo a
lively tiiTair, for much envy and Jealousy
lia.M "grown out of contests that have
been held In the past three weeks,
1 Vaudc. lile bills come and vaudeville
bills go, but the'one at tho Empress this
week Is good enongh for anybody. There
is novelty and entertainment galore in
the .Lilliputians, who, with their" songs
and dances aud other entertaining stunts.
L'camner about the stage In a manner
that lo novel. Tho littlo people expect to
hold a reception on tho .Empress stage
Saturday immediately after tho matinee,
as Quoen Mab. the smallest lady per
former In tho world, wants to meet all
the ladles in the audience, while Casper
"Weltf, who il3 entitled to all that has
been said ubout the ciucen. wants to
shako handu with all tho llttlo children
present. Saturday matinee will be a gala
one for children.
At the Mehesy theater today a. film by
the Sola company. "A Million Dollarp,"
will be given- It Is a llttlo farce, show
ing what would happen if everyone were
given a million dollar. There Is a. good
deal of money being counted in It and
little wont done. A poor man dreams
and 1 cured by the dream of covetona-
That is all wrong. If you will take a
tc.Tjpoouful of delicious' Syrup of Piss
tonight, you . will never 'rcalizo you
have takeu anything until morning, 1
when all the poisonous matter, sour!
bile and vloggod up waste will bej
moved on and mif of your system, j
thoroughly but gently rn gripiug no j
nausea no weakness. Taking Jay run j
of Figs is a real pleasure. Don 't think j
you are drugging yourself: it is com-j
po.-cd entirely of 'luscious figs, senna j
and aromutics, and constant use cannot 1
cause injury. (
Ask your druggist for "Syrup of J
Figs aud 'Elixir of Senna,''" iind look j
for the name, California Fig Syrup
Company, on the label. This is 'the gcu- '
nine old reliable. A 113' other Fig Sy j
rup offered as good should be refused
with contempt. Don't be imposed j
upon. (Advertisement.) 1
iu'.s. Darwin Karr and Blanch Cornwall I
ably cany the story and arc well aim-
ported by Lee Beggs and others. I
Between seventy-live and oiie hundred
applicants for citizenship are being ex
amined hero this week by W. K, Gra
ham of Denver, an" Inspector in the Irn
1 migration service. Mr. Graham is con
ducting his examinations In the office
of J. C. Hisc, the local United States
immigration and Chinese inspector, in
the federal building. He examined twen
ty applicants and ten witnesses yester
day. He will continue his vork today
Monday. March IT. will bo naturaliza
tion day In the local United Stales dis
trict court. On that day the evidence
collected by Inspector Graham will be
considered by Judge John A. Marshall
aud admissions to citizenship will largely
be governed by his findings. Last Mon
day the inspector examined twenty-two
applicants and he will recommend eigh
teen of them to the court, two will not
be recommended and the other two will
have another hearing.
GIANTS AND RED SOX
TO CROSS BATS AGAIN
The Giauts and the Red Sox, the
champion aggregations of tho Manufac
turers Association of Utah, will cross
bats in the second game of tho world's
fceri'cs at noon today, nt the Aroadia.
Before time is called the members of
the two. teams, who look upon' .a new
member 'as another home run, will par
take dt a Utah products luncheon.
"Whilo the first game of the series was
played Tuesday the rosult of the con
test is still (unknown. This is because
each game remains in progress until
tho next game is called. At tho lunch
oon tod the firat game will end and
Official ocorcr D. F. C'ollett will an
nounce tho score as well as the indi
vidual batting averages of tho men'
licrs of each team. J. J. O'X'onnor is
captain of the Red. Sox whilo 0. 11. Mer
edith is guiding the movements of the
Giants. B. V. Mcndcuhall is acting as
Get Rid of
If Your Stomach Is Lacking in Diges
tive Power, Why Not Help the
Stomach Do Its Work?
Not with drugs, but with a rein
forcement of digestive agents, such as
arc naturally atr work in tho stomach.
Rcentifio analysis shows that diges
tion requires pepsin, nitrogenous ler
niontH, and the secretion of ,.n.ya,"
chloric acid. "When your food fails to
digest, it is proof positive that some of
these agents arc1 lacking in your diges
A Day's Work IsSo Muxh Play to
the Man With a Stomach Kept
Right With Stuart's Dyspep
Stuart;s Dyspepsia Tablots contain
those uutural elements necessary to
digestion and when placed at work in
the weak stomach and small iutostines,
suppjv what-theso organs need. Thcv
stimulut'c thd-Sfeustric glands aud grad
ually bring the digestive organu back
to their normal condition.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, have
boon subjected to critical chemical
tosts at homo aud abroad aud their
composition has boon approved, by the
There is uo secret in the preparation
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Thoir
composition is known among physi
cians as the most popular of all reme
dies for indigestion, dyspepsia, water
brash, iusotunia, Joss of appetite., melan
cholia, const ipation, dyseutery aud
kindred diseases originating from im
proper dissolution aud assimilation of
foods, because thoy arc thoroughly re
liable aud harmless to mau or child.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tnblcts arc sold
In- all druggists at 50 cents a hox and
arc at onco a aufc and a powerful rem
edy, one graiu of the active principle
in these tnblots beincr strong enough
(bv test) to digest 3000 grains of
steak, eggs and other foods. Stuart's
Dyspepsiti Tablets will digest your food
for you when your stomach can't.
' ( Advertisement)
No other emollients do so much for
pimples, blackheads, red, rough and oily '
skin, itching, scnly scalpi?, dry, thin and
falling hair, chapped hands and shape
less nails as Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
Ointment. They do even more for ekm
torturcd , disfigured infanta and children.
Hold everywhere. Sample of each lrw, veittx 33-D.
bee.. Address "CutlcuiB." Dept. 7j Bqitoa.
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY.!
Screamingly funny Fares Comedy.
Prlcc3, 25c to $1.50; mat., 25c to 73c.
Jan. 27, 23, 2d, Mat. Wed.,
"THE BLUE BIRD"
Sale Begins Today.
THURSDAY. .IAN. 30.
3 NIGHTS AND SAT. MAT.
I (Bytey!Cove I
! Prices; -Nlnht. 50c to $2.00; Sat.
Mat., 25c to $1.50.
MAIL ORDERS NOW. JM
ill Jt . Mana tjaL' if
Phono Wasatch 3569.
ALL THIS WEEK
Barnes and Crawford. IH
Jero Grady, Frankle Carpenter &. Co.
A Day at the Circus.
Warren and Blanchflrd.
Eldora and Company.
ORPHEU.M DAYLIGHT MOTION
PRICES Matinee Dally. 15c, 25c. 50c.
Night. 25c. 50c. 75c IH
THE STAR BILL OF THE SEASON.
I SULLIVAN-CONSIDINE f
Greater Advanced Vaudeville. I
Europe's Reigning Sensa-
TODAY - In a scries of spectacular
Lottie Williams and Com-2-c,
pany: Mab and Wels: the
7.30 (3) Gcrt3! Max and Cam
3:15 eron; Will Oakland; Pa- I
the'3 Weekly; Empress
Regular 30c Matinee Dally 1A I
Empress 20c S0O I IIP I
Prlcea 10e Opratipt Sat. v v M
AMBROSIA PRODUCTION IN FOUR
A Biblical Spectacle. Acted by the
Best and Most Prominent Actors.
Great Events With Fighters In The
Balkans. "Gaumont." IH
"CUPID FINDS A WAY." Nestor.
Prof. Mastcrman'a Concert Orchestra.
Garrick Theatre I I
CHORUS GIRLS' CONTEST TO-
NIGHT AFTER EACH PER. JM
THE MERRIEST PLACE IN TOWN.
The Home of Hlgh-clasa Musical Com
THE ALLEN CURTIS FROLICS
2 Frolics Each Night, 7:30 and 9:15.
"SALT LAKE TO PARIS"
Matinees Wed.. Sat. and Sunday.
ALL SEATS 10 CENTS,
MESflESY THEATRE I
Changes Program Dally 5 CENTS.
MR. DARWIN KARR
la the fcaturo In
"A MILLION DOLLARS.4' A
The Relianco Company Prcsenta i
"w-A NIGHT OF TERROR,"
"THE HIGHER THOUGHT," .
The poet's new convert.
Tho Iajcstlc Co.
Frank Knox. President.
J. A. Murray. Vice Pres.
J. C. Lynch, Vice Pres.
W. F. Earls, Cashier.
E. A. Culbertson, Asst. Cashier.
The National Bank of the H
United Statos Depository.
Capital 5 300,ono
Surplus anil Undivided Profits.. 325,000
A bn.nlc whoso riixourcee. equlpmont
and wide connections nablo It to e
lend thft best possible mjrvice to every
corporation, broker, merchant and innl
vldual, Four per cent interest paid or.
time deposits. 1l
We are a member oC the Salt Lalce
City Clearing House.
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THIS IH
Untied Stutes for the district of Utah. Im
In the matter of V. A. Williams, vol
bankrupt. In bankruptcy. No, 15-t".
To the creditors of W. A. "Willlama of
I Salt Lake City, in tha county of Bait
I,al;o. and j-Jlslrlui aforesaid, a bank- ,
NoUce Is hereby piven that on the 3rd
day of January, lt'13, the said W A
"Williams was duly adjudicated bankrupt:
ami that th.c llrft meeting of his cred
llora will ha held at my office In the
Continental block. Salt Lako Ctty, Utah.
on the 3rrl day of February. 1913. at 10
o'clock lit tho forenoon, at which tlmv
thn ea!1 creditor may attend, prove
their claims, appoint ya trustee, examlnfl
the bankrupt, and transact Bucn other
business ' aa may properly come befors
Baid moetlns. CHAR1, BALl3WINf
Referee In Bankruptcy
Salt Jikr Cltv. Jan ZZ, 1012. v, n34?0