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fiare, Lackawanna &
Kstern Railroad and Coal
Iconipany Bearing Same
K Name Defendants.
IpER R0ADS MAY
K BE ATTACKED LATER
Ibtions of Both Sherman
lrust Law and Inter-
3!ft 'ac Commerce Act
LlSKTOK. Feb. 13. Further
prevention of the "hard coal
Inst" fras begun hero today
' bj ibe foderal government in a
ifl&ipinst the Delaware, Lacka
,4 Western Bailroad company
& Delaware, Lackawanna &
Col company, charging viola-
( tth the 8horman anti-trust
fill (la commodities clanso of the
ptilj commerce act.
Jittderstooa that this move may
i&rti by one or more similar
la ftgiloii other anthracite-carrying
jfc tad their allied coal com
0. The government's petition in
fyillegw that the coal-carrying
ud their affiliated coal com
kelnding tho defendants, make
leoUol tho f. o. b. prices of an
vie at the terminals of Now
lie chief distributing center,
ill regulates the prices in other
iznjimenls and contracts between
l to defendant corporations which
Mputically common stockholders,
i telared to bo simply devices to
little prohibitions of the interstate
mm set. and are said to hnve ro
Ub giving the coal company a
ml)- of the 8,000,000 to 9.000.000
i if coal nnnually produced along
iii of tho Lackawanna railroad,
i'trled States district court is
U to enjoin the railroad from
brting coal mined or bought by
pi from delivering such coal to
ii company under existing agroo
k which the court, is petitioned
fcijsige as constituting a comb in a
ik'nstia'nt of trade.
Mtrol of Prices.
m Jcfuracite-carrying railroads
lilireat coal companies united or
ptt mth them, tho government
5-''lonz have cnerossed the out
jf Kiltie collieries. Each road, di
m.tr through one or more coal coni-
& m contrived to gain control
frCj flulpu of most' of tu0 n""cs
Vg' V". 'J aBd the sale of tho
is especially true of coal
SBylo New iork harbor, and 33 a
imt&Mc I. o. b. prices of anthra
iPBtba various terminals there are
'rWw coptrollod by tho defendnufc
other ratlroa'd companies and
fKlntcd coal companies. These
m?M 'r avcraR3 ,iro reported
BJ sellers to a bureau of
2fcuf' plained by thorn jointly.
3B 1 ,s 6ent put lo a11 o
Jjfttf Coal Roads.
52Bi( all the output of 70,000,-d-Ftl.
anthracite produced in the
iftiRj of Pennsylvania is carried
rCOvernmenL says, by tho fol--4Ti.
Jcrnoy Contrnl, Lohigh Vnl
fTfI1w1 Erie. Susquehanna & J
akmV.j a yaro & Hudson, Ponusyl
JM"J. Ontario & Western. With
MW.,W of Iho Dolawaro & Ilhd
Jjgffs, it is added, roach
EwaIratos t0 Now York
Hi! ZEI0 Stops
"tter, eta, It's a Wonder.
tUo Today and ProTe It.
SSin volnt Bcratchinff!
CllllflnowJ! tnat wilt stop
Manual, R.ne aPPHcatloh
p or on ay tbor part
i tattUy. It la Guaranteed.
ft Wzbm b.Qfc 8calP oexoma,
Mitt W dandrat ob-
ill11 WkW W; koops 7on awako
J5 01 i fnfcfJ prickly
lLor any Ur rawness after
WjUon. na aU BroB, 2BMO I
PS IeSaBl5X?y ntment or
tas akin ani,,0PttoL aolutlon
RS?lr ro?ry abotUo t0
aby,SrW'RL5e? n receipt,
W Sio. w obo Meaiclne Co., '
harbor, upon which tho prico of coal
so largely depends, are declared long
to hnve been and now to be excess
ive. After tho supremo court's commodi
ties clause decision tho Lackawanna
railroad, tho government alleges, caused
in 3900 the organization of the Lacka
wanna Coal company to sell tho coal
owned or bought bv tho railroad. The
railroad declared a 50 per cent dividend
to permit its stockholders to ncquiro
tho stock of the new coal-selling com
pany. The two concerns entered a con
tract by which about 7,000,000 tons of
coal are produced by the road's mines
nnd 1,500,000 tons bought by tho road
from otherB along its lines. The coal
company in turn takes possession of
the coal, it is added, and causes most
of it to be transported in interstate
commerce by the defendant road.
"The affairB 0f both," it is charged
in the complaint," have been carried
on with tho purposo and effect of en
riching thoir common shareholders."
At least 85 per cent of tho shares
of both companies, the petition de
clares, aro in tho hands of the com
mon stockholders. Twenty-five of these
are said to own a majority of stock
of both companies, the affairs of which
are controlled "by a still smaller num
ber acting in a concert.' Immense
profits havo boon made by tho coal
company, it is added, dividends at the
rato of 10 per cont per annum having
been declared and a surplun oxcooding
50 per cent of the capitalization hav
ing been accumulated in less than three
and one-half years.
The contract betwoen tho defendants,
tho government charges, tends to keep
tho railroad's freight rates unduly
Tho petition filed by United States
Attornoy "Vreeland is signed by At
torney General Wickersham, James A.
Fowler, assistant to the attornoy gen
eral, and Jamen McRoynolds and C.
Carroll Todd, special assistants.
More Suite Expected.
WASHINGTON, Fob. 13. By the
"hard coal" suit instituted today, tho
government has gone more doeply into
tho anthracite situation than ever be
fore, according to officials. Ab tho
result of an investigation by James
McRoynolds, special assistant to the
attorney general, in charge of tho
case, the action againRt other alleged
combinations of railroads and coal com
panies is expected.
The government recently required
and secured the dismissal of tho suit
under the commodities clause against
tho Lohigh Valley railroad at Philadel
phia, it is understood, which will per
mit a consideration of the question of
proceeding against the company under
both tho commodities clause and tho
In its recent decision in the general
"hard coal trust" 3uit the supromo
court threw out without prejudico tho
charges against several alleged combi
nations ot coal-carrying railroads and
Purpose of Suit.
Is"H3V YORK, Fob. 13. Purposes of tho
suit brought at Trenton today by tho fed
eral government afralnst corporations al
lopod to bo members of the "hard coal
trust" woro explained tonight by James
C. McRoynolds of counsol for the govern
ment in tho null.
"The case Is brought In two apect6,"
said Mr. McRemolas. "First, to have
the court pass upon the question whether
parties In control of a railroad company
can organize among thcmaolvcu a corpora
tion which continues under their control
and through tho form of a contract es
cape the prohibitions of tho commodities
clause of the interstate commerce law,
while retaining to themselves all tho
boneflts of the old arrangement.
"Secondly, to apply the Sherman act ao
as to restrict railroads to the business of
.common carriora by preventing them
from entering Into contracts or arrange
ments with reference to outside matters
which Interfere with the performance of
their duties as such carriers to the pub
lic. "Thla. I believe." Mr. McReynolds add
ed, "Is ihe first attempt to apply the
Mr. McRoynolds would not discuss the
probability of similar suits being brought
against othor roads and thoir allied coal
OVER, FACE DOWN
Five Bandits Foiled in Attempt
lo 'Rob a Baaik at VacaviHo,
By International News Sorvic.c.
. VACAVILlE, C.'il.. Feb. 13. -Five
bandits .swooped down upon Uiia city this
morning, cut all of the main telephone
trunk llneK, for a time isolating tho city
from communication with adjoining
lownw, and, nfter engaging In a pitched
battlo in the streets with a number of
pedestrians, broke Into the bank of Vaca
villc Thoy cracked the outer vault of
tho bank saf0 with nltro-glycerlne and
appropriated a largo quantity of oecuri
tiex and business papers belonging to the
bank and He depository but were un
able to got Into tho Inner vault, where the
gold and currency woro kept.
The bandits nretl four charges of nitro
glycerine, but tho explosion of thoir
fourth and last charge, although It
opened tho door of the coin safe lnnldo
the" vault, alGo toppled it over, face
down, and there it lay, too heavy to
Not one cent did tho Tobbers get. al
though 580,000 in gold lay almost with
in tneir grasp. The cracksmen then
broke into a garage and stole a big tour
ing car, speeding out of town in a
northerlv direction. The auto woe found
later at Winters, fourteen miles north of
here. No further trace of the bandits
haH been found. Poscca aro scouring
both Tolo and Solano counties.
FOR THEIR CASH
Sis Persons TVTio Invested in
Alleged Gold Mines in Nevada
Want Money Back.
Special to The Trlbuno.
NEW YORK, Feb. 13. Former Post
master William O. Armbrustcr of Wee
hawken, N". J., iff the defendant In a suit
for 512.700, begun by six persons to whom
ho sold stock in two alleged good mlnos
during the early part of 1007.
Th0 plaintiffs allege that ho sold the
stock under a verbal ogrooment to re
fund the money invested if the mlno
should prova worthless. They further
assert that the mlneu nover produced any
commercial ore, and, in fnor, wore mere
ly stock propositions.
Papers in the Bult havo been served
on the former poatmaeter, but bo far ho
has not filed hla answer.
The Investors- bringing tho joint action
are Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schlmpnr.
Mr and Mrs. Julius Salko and Mr. and
Mrs. IT. McCJiollni.
Tho stock was purchaBed In tho Dicta
tor Mining company and tha Doctor Min
ing company, both oltuatcd In the- Won
der mining district. Churchill county,
about 800 mlloB from Goldflold, Nov.
Injured Whilo Hunting.
Suffering from sevoral wounds Inflicted
through his having been In. the path of
a charge of shot while rabbit shooting.
IT E Peterson, a plumber of Cedar City,
Utah." was brought to Salt Take yesterday
morning and taken to a local hospital for
treatment. The most serious Injury 1b
to Mr. Peterson's left eye, the socket of
which was penetrated by a leaden pellet.
It is hoped that tho sight of the eye can
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Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy,
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"Danderino hair cleanso." Just try
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your hair, taking one small strand at a
time. This will cleanse the hair . of
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Besides beautifying tho hair at once,
SAIjT LAKE THEATER "Alma.
Where Do You L,lvcJ?" Tonight
and tomorrow night. Matinee Sat
urday. COLONIAI-Wllllam J. Kelly and
Miss Edith Lylc, his new leading
lady, In "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon
Hall," tonight and tomorrow night.
Matinee Saturday. v
ORPHEUM Vaudeville. Perform
ances every afternoon and evening.
EMPRESS Vaudovlllc. Performance
even' afternoon and two at night.
PIQUANT music and risque comedy
aro the chief features of "Alma,
Whore Do You Live?" which was pre
sented at the Salt Lake theater last
night by an acceptable company.
Originally the piece was a French
vaudeville by Paul Horve, with music
by Jean Briquet. Tn its present form
it still rotains the attractive music of
Briquet and tho pleasantrios of Hervc,
but added thereunto we have the broad
humor of George V. Hobart and tho
ragtime fantasies of somoono who has
wisely chosen to bo anonymous.
The quaint and charming song,
"Alma, Whore Do You Live?'1 runs like
a golden thread through the warp and
woof of tho play. It is not as now as
it was, and, thereforo, is a trifle
tarnishod, but. nevertheless its strains
foil with pleasant familiarity upon
tho ears. !Not so "well known was
tho kissing song of the "smack,
smack" variety, which ib the last
duet betwoen Alma and her swoct
honrt. This called for numorous en
cores that kept Miss Grace Drew and
Charles I5 Orr busy for seemingly fif
Undoubtedly the comedy work of
Carlton King was tho most entertain
ing element of Jaet night's performance.
He impersonated that "gay old dog,"
flighty and flirtati ous Thcobold in such
a fashion as to keep tho laughter at
Danderine dissolves every particle of
dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigo.
rates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and falling hair.
But what will please you most will be
after a few weekH' u6o when you will
actually soe now hair fine and downy
at first yes but really new hair crow
ing all over ihe scalp. If you care for
pretty, soft hair and lots of it surely
cet a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine from any druggist or to.
countor. and just try it.
boiling point whenever he was on tho
si ago. His horseplay and asides whilo
the "Tom Cat" song was in progress
were especially farcical.
Ilonry Sherwood, as tho crazy Count
Bolivario, was also an effective laugh
producer. His burlesque was presented
with due regard for the "rule of rea
son" in acting. Whilo burlesque is
supposed to hold a distorting mirror up
to naturo the distortion must not bo
too violent, and it is in this sense
that Mr. Sherwood preserves tho veri
ties. The following theater notlos are
marked "advertisement" in order to
comply with a strict interpretation of
the new federal newspaper law. In
no senso ore they paid advertise
ments. They are Items furnlshod by
the press agents of the various
From singing in a local cafe one week
to tho Orpheum stage the next. Is some
Jump. Add lo this record an engage
ment over the Orpheum circuit for twenty-two
weeks, with a wire from Martin
Beck that tho contracts aro on the way
SalTlT T'ake ana the- cup of Joy of Dor
othy Mams, the little English girl sing
ing at the Orpheum this week, Is full to
overflowing There was one act short
on the Orpheum bill this week and Miss
Harris was given a tryout. Sunday 8he
was placed in tho trying position of open
ing the show. Sho made good, nnd tho
management promptly gave her a bettor
spot on the bill and wired into tho New
iork head office a reporl on her act. The
sequel came yesterday and now tho little
! girl sings "On the Mississippi" with even
greater snap and vim than heretofore.
During the forty-four years that Fox
and Ward have been togothor as a vau
deville team and as minstrel men It is
conservatively estimated by them that
they have walked in making parados with
minstrel organizations moro than 12.000
miles. Their partnership dates back to
the year 1SCS and the two men havo been
together continuously even day, every
week, every year, since that time, with
the possible exception of one or two
days. In 1S70 they hud the high honor,
as Mr. Fox put it last night in hie dress
ing room, of being Introduced to Presi
dent Drlgham Young, after a perform
ance given at thu Salt Lake theater by
Duprez ,t Benedict's Minstrels. They
are appearing at every performance at
the Empress this week and to sit through
one of their performances is a delight,
for ago has not robbed them of any of
their former charms.
Critics are ploaEed with "Cleopatra."
Louis Reeves Harrison of the Moving
Picture World ays "her performance
will rank as one of tho greatest ever
shown on tho screen up to the prosont
time." And this includes Madame Bern
hardt's work as well as Madame Re
Jane's. Tho scenic effects are beautiful, tho
Wondsrfu! toulfs lew lag
plisheri by a Hirbi Eifpsf km
the Swiff Laborafcsry 11 ifiaiifa.
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The ancient and destructive treatment to those who years ago had given up nJ-
do long In uso for blood poison in now hope. It htm been a rovelation to hut
banished forever. No longer will mor- drcda of physicians who enthualastlcui:
oury. iodidon and arsenic destroy human welcome the remedy that can banhih mu
kind. Tho groat Swift Laboratory at At. cury and other poisons,
lanta la making a powerful herbal extract Thoro aro thousand of people wh
that Is unquestionably ono of tho grealcxt would Ilka to know more about tho won
medical discoveries of all tlmea. This dors of S. S. S., and a handy llttlo book
wonderful preparation is now on oalo In with colored plates Bhowlng tho strangt i
nearly every drug storo throughout tho facta about nkln and blood diseases wi! I
country undor the namo of S. S. S. Its bo mailed free upon request to Medic:
action is marvelous. Some of the effects Department, The Swift Speoiflc Co., l.
of blood polaon cured are mucous patches Swift BIdg., Atlnnta, Ga. Tn tho mccr
In the mouth, ulcora on tho tongue. Hps, time got a 31.00 bottle of this remarkab'
In tho nose and throat: copper colored remedy from your druggist and thus b.
cplotchcs, eczema, articular rheumatism, HBsured of oomplate and permanent rc
ocrofulouB fioroo and ulcere, nnd ovcry dc- covery from any ekin or blood disorder
grcc and stage of blood poison. Bo suro to ask for S. S. S. Do not be
k Thu fame of S. S- S. haa become almoBt misled into buying blood toulca that have
world-wide. It has given perfect health no antidotal effect, t J
costumes are gorgeous, and the acting as
a whole la excellent, nil blending togeth
er Into what is probably the moit stu
pendous and beautirul plcturo evor "pro
duced. MlsH Gardner tits the part so per
fectly with her personality and rare
charms that ono almost feels oneself back
n royal Egypt watching the sport of
kings. The picture is of high educa
tional character, and Is ono that will not
Jar the finer tastes, nor docs It eck to
meet that demand which requires horso
play. Each of the Ave parts is In Itself
a beautifully conceived picture Tho
ilrat Salt Lake presentation will begin
Monday for three days at the Salt Lako
theater. Tho performances will be con
tinuous from 2 p. m. to 11 p. m. Special
music will be a feature of the show.
"Tho .Concert," the play Hint David
Bclasco will present at the Salt Lake
theater for four performances beginning
February 20. is a comedy in three acts,
rowrltton from tho German by Leo
Ditrlchsteln, who plays the chief part la
It. The main role is that of a great
musician who thriven on female adora
tion. Tho music part of the community
In which he lives adore him. and women
flock to his home as pupils. Some of
them fall in love with him. This musi
cian has a sensible wife, who oftlmea is
greatly amused at the actions of her hus
band's feminine admirers. The musician's
wife always remains In the background.
It Is not until her husband gets into a
mess with ono of his women pupils that
the wife asserts horself and rescues him
from the consequences of his own folly.
How she docs It sounds a moral to other
women who possess geniuses for hus
bands. Leo DItrlchstein. who plays the
part of the musical genius of this play,
is said to give an admirable performance
of a great musician. Isabel Irving is his
Tho public may regret the closing of
the production of "Dorothy Vernon of
I-Iaddon Hull" at the Colonial Saturday
night, but It Is doubtful If anyone in Mr.
Kelly's company will be sorry to seo the
play succeeded by "The Girl In tho Taxi,"
which opens Sunday night. The long,
beautiful and exceedingly flowery
spoeclies In "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon
Hall" aro very difficult to memorize and
almost every member 'of Mr. Kelly's
company with a upcnklng part this week
has hod to put in tho harest study of the
season on the various roles. The men's
matlnoo next Monday vcnlnc at the Co
lonial la proving a popular Innovation
and a big Beat sale haa already been re
served. The fastest raco of the Ferl-s in the
mile championship contest being wagml
at the Auditorium roller skating rink was
run last evening. The race now looks
like a family affair, because three broth
ers have (luatitled for the llnul event Sat
urday night. Last night. Allle Hardy
outdistanced the other entrants nnd won
the mile event in the fast time of 2;23 1-3.
The race was an exciting one. sm there
were two spills, HowelU nnd Blshon fall
ing on tfhe eighth Inp. Hardy. Johnny
Mumford, Jame.i Herron. Dean ITowclls,
Frank Bogcdahl and Joo Bishop entered.
Hardy, Mumford and Herron finished In
the order named. Tonight there will bo
another race, a St. Valentino party, and
n two-stopping contest, for which prizes
will bo awarded.
"Some Fools There Wore." Is tho
hcadllncr at the Mehosy theater today.
It's a Thanhauser production and one
of the best picture the Mohesy has had
in weeks. "The Trap" Is a comedy
drama by the Comet company, wherein
the happy couple ilnally traps the mother
into giving her consent. "Fair Weather
Friends" tells an interesting condition of
twentieth century life.
A host of excellent plays and tine
weather are combining to make the
month of February the most proaperons
of tho current season for tho Rex the
ator. Today will sec an entire change
of programme. A Powera drama In two
reels, entitled "On Burning Sands." will
bo the feature. This offering relates a
vivid western story of a woman tricked
Into deserting hur husband, and shows
the heroism displayed by him In rescu
ing her. A wonderful desert sandstorm
Is shown in the picture. "Fatty and the
Bandits" Is a Nestor comedy, that is one
long whirl of mirth and should bo a
great hit. "Sun Beam" Is an Ambrosia
product. Leonorc Gordon Harrison Is
still giving her classic song reciLiIs.
Need Good Bowels
Give a Mild Laxative Occasion
ally to Insure Regular
As a child grows older it requires
moro and moro personal attention from
the mother, and ob tho functions of the
boweb are of tho utmost importance to
health great attention should be paid to
Diot is of great importance, and the
mother should watch tho effect of cer
tain foods. A food will constipate ono
and not another, and so wo havo a
healthy food like eggs causing bilious
ness to thousands, and a wholesome
fruit like bunanas constipating manv.
It. is also to bo considered that the child
is growingj and groat changes aro tak
ing place in the young man or young
woman. The system has not 3'ot sottlod
itsolf to its later routine.
A vor' valuable remedy at this stage,
and ono which ever' growing boy and
girl shonld be given often or occasion
allv accordant to the individual cir
cumstances is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. This is a laxative and tonic
combined, so mild that it is given to
little babies, and yet equally effoctive
in the most robust constitution. At the
first sign of a tendency to constipation
givo st small dose of "Syrup Popsin at
night on retiring, and prompt action
will follow in tho morning. It not only
acts on tho stomach and bowels but its
tonic properties build up and strengthen
the svstom generally. Mrs. Henry Bab
lor. Van Dyuo, Wis., writes that her
little eon, Melviu Bablcr. was consti
pated most of tho time until she gave
MELVTN B ABLER.
him Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Since
using this remedy ho has nover been
The uso of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin will teach you to avoid cathartics,
salts and pills, as thoy aro too harsh for
tho majority and ttioir effect is only
temporary. Syrup Pepsin brings per
manent results, and it can bo conveni
ently obtained of any nearby druggist
at 50 cents and l a bottle. Eosultfl
are alwnys guaranteed or money will bo
If no member of your family has over
used Syrup Popsin'and you would liko
to make a persoual trial of it before
buying it in tho rotnilar way of a drug
gist, send 3our address a postal will
do to W. U. Caldwell. -117 Washingtop
St., Monticello, 111., and a free sample
bottle will bo mailed you".
lypK Winning m
I SJX Qn Qualify j
W Convincing house- Now, we have Ifl
Jl wivoH of tho Huporb thin&s ''coming our lI
I! quality oJ! Utah-Idaho wa''" Tho increased III
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1 bW how ouv product wQuld h exchu 1
is a big step in ad- sively thereafter. This Ifl
III vance. belief was right. lil
A DMH IDAHO A
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Bed wetting Is a dlscate and nho-Id be
glvon prompt attention. The wonderful
success realized by Url-Stop seems little lM
rhort of marvolous and many cures have
been effected In Salt Lake City.
Bed-wetting is not a local trouble iH
alone, but Is a dlxcafie embracing tho IH
entire urinary syetem. as well as thu
bladder and Kidney?. L'ri-Stnp la put up (H
in tablet form, pure nnd harmless. Thu il
affected parts mo toned up, lnvlgoratod H
and restored to their normal condition. iH
Can be taken by the most delicate child. HH
Mall orders ailed by the manufacturers H
Price. il.OO. Wrlto for free advice to th
Boottger Chemical Co., Mfrs.. Peoria. I' .
who are so confident of tho curative
powers of Uri-Stop that they agree to iH
refund your money if you aro not bono
atcd after a careful trial,
On salo and recommended by Schramm
Johnson Drugs, "The Xovcr-Substltu-tors,"
Five (5) Dood Stores. lM
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Joe Weber Presents the World's Best
Ml-slWlM YOU LIVE H
By Paul Hcrve. Music by Jean !
Briquet, American Version 'l
by Geo. V. Hobart, 'H
WITH GRACE DREW
AND A GREAT CAST. jH
Prices 25c to $1.50. Mat. 25c to $1.00.
Next Attraction: jH
MONDAY, TUES. AND WED,,
2 to 11 p. m. Continuously, il
Helen Gardner In tM
The Greatest1 Movlnn-Plcture Film
Ever Produced, 1
Afternoons, 25c. Evenings, 23c and '-M
50c Children under 12, 15c.
R if 'f&Wch KELLY g
tf (V- j, gAfei3 V and his Co. m
H Next: "The GlrMnUUix''' W
Phone Wsiatch 3569. 'H
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE- 'H
ALL THIS WEEK
LOUISE GALLOWAY, JOSEPH
KAUFMAN &. CO. -M
Chris Richards. Mile. Lucille- lH
Cockle. The Hassan-.
Henry Lewln. Seeley and WeL
ORPHEUM DAYLIGHT MOTION
PRICRS Matlnoo Dally. 15c. 55c. Jte. IH
Nlcht. 2 Sc. 50c. 7Sc iH
68th Crowded Week 16th Capaolty Month. jH
Greater Advanced Vaudeville,
Intense Dramatic Playlet,
Featuring Harry Burk-2-30
hardt and 12 Artists.
5 Musical Lunda 5t JH
7:30 Wallace and Mack, Fox
6:15 and Ward, the (3) Heddera, I .
Jack Ranahan, Pathe's i
Weekly. Empress Orchestra. I
B Regular 30 o Matlnep Dally i a I iH
Empress 20c 500 I IIP 1
Prices 10o Parquet Seats.
WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY
MATINEE. FEB. 16 'jH
REYNOLDS A R08S
Present Their Own Excellent Com
j Pany In
I "THE GIRL FROM LARAMIE"
A Four. Act Comedy-Drama
Prices, 10c. 20c SOo. Matinees Sun
day. Wednesday and Saturday. Any
scat 10 centi.
TODAY AND SATURDAY.
Salt Lake's Picture Houso Magnet.
"ON BURNING SANDS" (Powers), IH
Tvo Reels. 'H
"FATTY AND THE BANDIT."
A VERITABLE DELINEATOR OF
10C0 Feet or Inimitable Film. lH
"A DOUBLE DECEPTION" IMP
DAILY CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
"SOME FOOLS THERE WERE."
The "charmer" "charmed" thm all.
Thanhouser Comedy. )
"THE TRAP." 'H
Comedy drama by the Comet Oo. j
"FAIR WEATHER FRIENDS." ,IH
A story containing n splendid moral.
Gaumont Drama. '
Frank Knox. President. H
J. A. Murray, Vice Pres. ,B
J. C. Lynch, Vice Pres.
W. F. Earls, Cashier. 'H
E. A. Culbertson, Asst. inshler.
The National Bank of the
United States Depository.
Surplus and Undivided Profits.. .325.000 lH
A bank whose resources, equipment
and wide connections enable it to ox
tend tho best possible service to every
corporation, broker, merchant and lndl
vidua!. Four par cent interest paid on iH
I time doposltB.
We are a momber of tho SaJt,! uco
' City Clearing Housa.