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1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1913. 7 H
N flLT HE MERCHANT
I j BDDSTSPARGEL POST
I Ben Davis Declares It Best
I ;. Thing for Centrally Lo
P I caled Shoe Dealer.
IBn Davis of the Davis Shoo company
IjflloVflS that the parcel post Is the blg
gtsl thing that over happened "for the
ihoe dealer In a distributing location."
jfls views on this and tho aubjeot of
fhoo trustte were expressed In a com
munication lo the Shoo Retailer. This
3 -jija trade journal comments on Mr. DavJs'a
W. letter as follows:
' Ben Davis of Salt Lake City throws
i a. breczlness Into his replies that is
hearty and welcome. Mr. Davis does
nit not know of any proposed trust In
jn tlio shoe business, and adds that the
9 shoemakers aro a trust all right
: ' S thev trust very frcoly.
C Wi As to reforms in tho trade, he says:
& , "Do not start any new reforms. Wo
are "progressive" all right, but do not
' M believe in overdoing il."
sjl Mr. Davis believes that manufac
ja -ii turers are changing their styles too
often and not considering tho fitting
$ quality in their lasts.
"V As to tho United Shoe Machinery
$ company methods and its new and
'1 improved machines, he says, "All im
proved machines are an advantage,
Ti; otherwise they are .not Improved."
i Replying to the question. "Has IIig
' ! United Shoe Machinery company lm
r ni l proved the retailers' Interests?" Mr.
AV Davis says "Our Interests aro Im
uftl1 i proved by being able to get bettor
- j fitting Goodyear welts at prices that
4 were out of the question with old
t&24j.' style machinery."
J To the question. "Js the opening of
otaS stores by manufacturers increasing to
such an extent as to "generally affect
Svtntf1 the shoo dealer?" he answered: "No.
Jteifei Manufacturers' stores aro good, le-f-
gltlmate competition. Tho individual
owner of a shoe storo. personally op
crating, has the best of the condl
sCsitJ jlr pavls believes that the parcel
,!r post law Is the biggest thing ever
rjffikj pulled over for the shoe dealer who
y.l'H'i Is in a distributing location.
i III ,
fedisp; New Corporations
A. Qfe; The Truss Rail Joint comjiinj-. Silt Lalco; cip
Itil lloek J300.000, shares 1 eitoh; Gcorce W.
ilti'-, DIcKey. president; E. II. ClarJco. vlco prc3Mont;
ufttt;'. P H. Dsrtmm. sccietarr: Gcorto A. Stnu. lic.as-
' Roaevll Banking cnmpnnjr, Itoorevolt, Wasatch
" 3?. Munir, capital slock JSG.OOO. shares 5103 each:
ffl W. A. Miles, president: W. II. Slicaraian. vlco
! frMldcct; II. V. Kdiynril.i. cihier.
Amendment o articles or Incorporation of tie
FfOTO' Reservoir company, incrcaflnc tho capital
1 ilock lo 1200,000. with Bbnroa nl U each"
Ip Suffrage in New Jersey.
I TRENTOX, N. .T., Feb. 26. Tlio lower
house of tho Now Jersey legislature to-
; day adopted by a volo of 4G to 5 the
t senate concurrent resolution providing
: for woman suffrage.
i! The resolution will bave to bo adopted
again by next winter's legislature and
G then at a special eloctlon, tho proposed
I amendment to the constitution extend -
Ii log the franchise to women will have
VJ to be submitted to popular approval.
OUTLOOK IS BRIGHT
FOB MOFFAT ROAD
Secretary Caine of Commer
cial Club Says Newman
Erb .Will Be Here Soon.
Expressions by Denver lawyers and
bankers interested with Newman Erb In
the Moffat road project, to the effect that
the outlook for the completion of the new
railroad to Salt Lake 13 roseate, and that
Mr. JSrb, who Is expected in Denver with
in ten days, will without doubt come to
this city in the Interest of the project,
in tho near future. Is tho word brought
home by Joseph E. Caine, secretary of
tho Commercial club, who visited Den
ver following his attendance at tho third
annual banquet of the chamber of com
mcrco In Colorado Springs Monday.
Mr. Calno also declares that Salt Iako
will greatly benefit through the coming
conclave In August of tho Knights Tem
plars, by virtue of the fact that the rail
roads are arranging special excursion
round-trip rates by way of Salt Lake,
which will mean that thousands of dele
gates and excursionists will pass through
this city, either going or coming, in that
At the Colorado Springs banquet Mr.
Caine proved himself a consistent booster
for Salt Lake and Utah. Itoports of the
affair prove this. Mis address included
a careful description of the work of the
Commercial club publicity, bureau here,
of tho operation of tho club through
standing committees, and of the aims
and results of tho Utah Development
league. Hq also spoko strikingly of the
wonderful opportunities, attractions, re
sources and possibilities of this city and
state, declaring them to bo unexcelled
anywhorc In the world.
PLAN "FARM SPECIAL."
Denver & Rio Grande Will Help Edu
cate Farmers In Colorado.
A farm special train will bo started
by the Denver & Rio Grande March 3
and will visit tho principal farming and
stock raising districts of tho Arkansas,
Eagle, Roaring Fork, Grand. North Fork
and San Luis valleys In Colorado. This
Is tho fifth year that the Agricultural
college of Colorado and tho railroad com
pany have worked together with a dem
onstration train. Me'n connected with
tho railroad company say that the bene
fits to tho farmers are so marked that
tho company feels more than repaid by
the Increase of the value of the lino by
tho work. Tho train will too on the road
IRON MOUNTAIN FARMS.
Road Cultivates Tract on Grounds of
Arcadia, Mo., College.
The slxtli demonstration farm on the
Iron Mountain trades of the Missouri Pacific-Iron
Mountain system of the Gould
lines has been located it Arcadia, Mo.
Tho farm, which consists of but eigh
teen acres at the start, although It Is
intended to extend it us needed, is on
the grounds of the Arcadia college and
adjoins the right of way of the rail
road. L. A. Markham, commissioner of agri
culture for tho railroad, will have gon
eral supervision of the farm, although
It will bo under tho actlvo direction of
the Rev. Father John Adrian of tho col
lege. Fruits will be made a specialty on
the farm, particular attention to be paid
IN. "FIRST AID"
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when the gso mmmmmm
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NOTICE OF SPECIAL. STOCKHOLD
0 ERS MEETING.
I jjj Bait Lako city, Utah, February 30, 1013.
m ?..t,le Stockholders of Superior-Alta
id f3 w1? "S Company: , ,
. ,N?lc 1Q hereby given that a special
ttvlf r.H,,nc 01 1,10 Htockholders of tho Su-Knor-Alta
Mining company, a corpo-4nn-
18 hereby called for and will be
ana at the principal offlco of tho com---'i
r?yy at room 722 Judgo building, in Salt
10' .ifcity, Utah, on Friday, February
-a 'hr. S1-8, at 10 o'clock, a. m., for tho pur
i k(1 :th'e ' conoldorlng, voting uion, accept
l'w Q,r reJocUng a proposition that Supu- i
l- S0.1'111 Unlng company sell and dla
S .H,i?. ot a11 of Its mining claims, mining
'KsJir franchises, real und persona
irO" 'Sr&erty' nr,d all other property and
i t si? 8 of nveri' name, nature or dcocrlp-
5 t)20Wnc1 b' i'. to Wasatch Mlnca com
' - t SIT' a corporation, for and In consld-
llini2n ot th assumptlou by Wasatch
Ji- lln. company of tho debts and obllga-HeiHiff-aow
ow'n bv Superior-Alta Mln
' IH Mff.?.mi)ariy. and of tho further con
IC! "VyY.01 of the Iflouanco to Superior
.U''uu .jfE1?'1 company of 40.000 shares of
HrtS?,railtaI stock ot Woaatch Mines com
lBlrtSifiUch 8tock when received to bo
'ikoff.Jj dlBtributcd among tho stoclt
';iI8 01 rocord of Superior-Alta Mln
l'"B!t"nJ?.IU,y' as a. stock dividend. A pro
L: H",boS.U 8580 he submitted to the atock
rfBl&ti'I8. the meeting hereby called
B dliMu'11 mioh stock Is so received and
S11.'?,11 among Its stookholderu Su-W-K
Mining company proceed to
t Th taB a corporation.
' Bbr f .ocl transfer books for tho trnns
. lnf,n 8tock "will ho closed nt tho close
iJjlv- 55Ih ItBa n February 27. 1913. and ro
'HsTtS,Rc,ossa "ntll tho final adjournment
IKs deleting called by this notice.
ijSPBfc QIBBS, Sccxotary. pH06
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Salt Lalco City, Utah. February 10, 1913.
To tho Stockholders of Columbus Con
solidated Mining Company:
Notice la hereby glvon that a special
meeting of tho stockholders of the Co
lumbus Consolidated Mining company, a
corporation, 13 hereby culled for and will
be held at the principal office of tho
company at room 714 Judge building. In
Salt Lake City, Utah, on Friday, Febru
ary 23, 1013, at 10 o'clock a. in., for tho
purpose of considering, voting upon, ac
cepting or rejecting a proposition that
Columbus Consolidated Mining company
sell and dispose of all of Its mining
c'alms, mining right3, franchises, real
and personal property, and all other
nronorty and rights of ovcry name, na
ture or description owned by It, to Wa
satch Mines company, a corporation, for
and in consideration of tho assumption
by Wasatch MIiiob company of tho debts
und obligations now owing by Columbus
Consolidated Mining company, and of tho
further consideration of the Issuance to
Columbus Consolidated Mining company
of 1C0.000 shares of tho capital stock of
Woaatch Mines company, such stock
when received to be ratably distributed
among tho stockholders of record of Co
lumbus Consolidated Mining company
ko a fl"c'c dividend. A proposal will also
bo BUbmittod to the stockholders at tho
mVntlng hereby called that when such
KSdt Is fio received and distributed
nmonc Us stockholders, Columbus Con
solidated Mining company proceed to dls
mivu ao a corporation.
Tim stock transfer books for the trans
fer of stock will bo closed at tho close
IS business on .Fobnmry 27. 1013. and
rorS closed until the final adjourn
ment of t in meeting colled by this notlco.
ment oi uiu iii hcOWIE. President.
W. 0 WILLIAMS. Secretary. ol405
EAT MING 101
No Indigestion or Upset
Stomach for "Pape's
Eyery year regular!' more than a
million stomach sufferers in the United
States, England and Canada take
rape's Diapepsin, and realize not only
immodiate, but lasting rolicf.
This harmless preparation will digest
anything you cat and overcome a sour,
gassy or out-of-ordor stomach five min
If your meals don't fit comfortably,
or tvhat you eat lies like a lump of lead
in your stomach, or if you have heart
burn, that is a sign of "indigestion.
Get from your pharmacist a 50-cent
case of Papo's Diapepsin and take a
doso just as soon as you pan. There
will bo no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea,
debilitating headaches, dizziness or in
testinal griping. This will all go, and.
besides, there will be no sour food left
over in tho stomach to poison your
breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because it
lakes hold of 3'our food and digests
it just the same as if your stomach
Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery is waiting for you at any
These largo 50-cont cases contaig
more than sufficient to thoroughly cure
almost an.y case of dyspepsia, indiges
tion or any other stomach disorder.
to apples. Small fruits and vegetables
will also be encouraged.
An order for 2305 railway freight cars
has Just been placed by tho Pennsylvania
Railroad company, in addition to tho 10,
000 new cars ordered a few days ago.
Of these cars, 1000 refrigerator and 500
steel and wood gondolas will bo built by
the American Car & Foundry company
at Berwick, Pa., and 805 steel and wood
gondolas by tho Standard Steel Car com
pany of Butler, Pa. The new equipment
will increase tho carrying capacity of the
road -lfir100 tons and will cost the com
pany approximately ?3,603,n7fi.
13. F. Kearney, general superintendent
of transportation of tho Missouri Pacific-Iron
Mountain, has announced the
appointment of J. A. Somcrvlllc to be
superintendent of transportation for the
C. II. Griffin, district superintendent
for tho Western Weighing Association
and Inspection bureau, returned yester
day from a trip to California.
J. 13. Davis of the general freight of
fice of tho Oregon-Washington Railroad
& Navigation company is In this city
Tho passenger department of tho Ore
gon Short Lino announced yesterday that
colonist tickets will bo on sale from
eastern points to tho Pacific coast March
15 lo April lo. A special stopover of ten
days will bo permitted In Salt Lake City
and Ogden on the tickets upon deposit
ing them with the agent at Salt Lake
A new folder devoted to the thirty
ninth annual session of the Imperial
council of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine
lias just been issued by tho passcngor
department of tho Atchison, Topelca &
Santa Fo. Tho council will bo held In
Dallas May 12 to 15, 1012. and. in addi
tion lo a description of the trip over tho
Santa Fc, a panoramic view of tho main
part of Dallas and somo valuable in
formation regarding tho city is given.
R. M. dishing, prosldent of tho Salt
Lake Passenger association, yesterday
received a letter from T. C. Pock, pas
senger traffic manager for tho Salt Lake
route. In tho letter Mr. Peck expresses
regret that he was unable lo attend the
first meeting of the association. Ho con
gratulates tho president of tho associa
tion on tho organization and says that it
Is something that was needed In Salt
Lake City and for which there Is ample
ground for development.
The passenger department of tlio Den
ver & Rio Grande is sending cards
throughout tho country announcing that
a grand council of North American In
dians will be held In Denver during the
continuance of the San Diego and San
Francisco expositions in 1915. Largo del
egations of all the existing tribes will
bo encamped Just outsldo of Denver dur
ing tho entire summer. Tho announce
ment states that by selecting "The Scenic
Line of the World," through Colorado and
Utah, one am see Denver, the Indian
council, the magnificent scenery of the
Rocky mountains, Salt Lake City and tho
Great Salt lake.
C. J. McNItt, president of the Salt
Lake Transportation club, has callod a
meeting of tho board of trustees of the
club lo bo held In his offlco at 8 o'clock
A. W. Rnvbould, traveling passenger
agent for tho Western Pacific, returned
yesterday from San Francisco, to which
city he accompanied a party of home
seekers. The freight and passenger offices of
tho Rock Island route of this city are
now comfortably arranged on the fourth
floor of the Walker Panic building. Thi3
Is the third of tho railroad companies
having offices in Salt Lake City to go
Into the new building. Tho Colorado . &
Southern offices were among tho first to
bo installed there, and tho Illinois Cen
tral woro moved there during February.
The offices of the C. & S, are on the
sixth floor and thoso of tho T. C. are on
the fourth floor.
TRYING TO IMPROVE
CONDITIONS AT SEA
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2C The sea
men's Involuntary scrvlludo bill, abolish
ing the involuntary restraint now Imposed
upon American seamen in foreign ports
and to require more adequato manning
of merchant vessols with skilled seamen,
was reported favorably to tho scnato late
today from the committee on commerce,
Many changes were mado in tho bill
from tho form in which It passed the
house. Long hearings before tho com
mittee developed tho domand of seamen s
organizations for tho correct Ivo legisla
tion and brought out much opposition
from tho shipping Interests. Efforts will
be mado to push the bill through the
senate In tho next few days, so that It
mav become law. The measure would
Improve living and working conditions
afloat for ocean, lalco and river sailors.
NEW AND SUCCESSFUL
European Discovery Now Belnrj Uoed In
Preparations that come horo from Eu
rope are usually successful in America
because thoy always make food over
there before being Imported.
ThlH Is also true of the now Swiss
Lung Remedy called Slrolln that. Ik being
sold by the druggists of Salt Lako City on
Itho strength of Its remarkably strong in
dorsements from leading specialists
Slrolin stops tho wasting away of tho
tissues, and by increasing tho appetite
helps to build up tho body genorally.
Information about Slrolln can bo so
cured In this country from the Slrolin
Co., 22S West Broadway Now York City.
Schramni-JohiiBon, Drugs, "Tho Never
.SubBtitutors," five (5) good Btorcs. and
Vll leading druggists ore recommending
and distributing Slrolln with considerable
for Enfants and Children.
The KM You Haie Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
lln Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CCMTalJH COMNT, TT MURBAY 3TttT, NEW VOHK CITY.
Bill Prepared by State Com
missioners After Two Years'
Work Not Favored.
The joint; committee on revenue and
taxation will report adversely tho com
prehensive revenue bill prepared aftor
two years of investigation "by the state
board of commissioners on revenue and
taxation. The committee report on this
bill is unanimous and tho bill will prob
ably be killed in the senate. The corn
mi tteo, however, has consented that the
report lie 6n the table for a few days
in order that tho bill may bo taken up
ii 'the legislature so desires.
In advance of tho formal report, oi
tho committee Senator G. A. Iverson of
Carbon j'estcrday mado tho announce
ment in the senate of the decision of
the committee. Ho said that tho bill
was a comprehensive measure prepared
after an. exhaustivo inquiry and was tho
product of the highest gonitis, llow
ovor, ho said, the committee felt that
tho time was too short for tho proper
deliberation due a measure ot such im
portance. Tho bill, ho said, was largely
a rewriting of the proseu't rovonno laws,
and whilo they woro better stated in the
now moasuro tho present laws covored
many of tho essential foaturos. The
now matter in tho bill, tho committee
felt, should bo subject to more deliborn
tiou than the sonato could afford at
this lato day in tho session. Somo of
tho now matter, it was declared, would
complicate tho work of tho various
county officers and the results wero
Tho joint committee on rovenuo and
taxation has boon at work considering
this and twelve other bills on revqnuo
for tho past thrco weeks. Somo of the
othor bills will probably bo recommond
cd for passage by tho committee. Tho
members of the joint committeo are
Sonators G. A. Iverson of Garbon, L. B.
Wight of Summit and Charles Cottrell
of Salt Lake, and "Representatives Enos
Bcnniou of Uintah, A. M. Durham of
Boavcr and John N. Ilonric of Garfield.
HOLIDAY BILL TO
FOOT OF CALENDAR
Barnes of Salt Lako yesterday request
ed the withdrawal or house bill No. 1G2,
the bill placing legal holidays on the
same baslo as Sundays In regard to 'sa
loon closing. There was objection to
tho withdrawal. Some members of the
house have expressed their opinion that
legal holidays should bo observed on the
sarao footing as Sundays so far as sa
loons arc concerned. Tho bill was placed
at the foot of tho calendar. It was once
reported adversely by tho judiciary com
mittee, but tho adverse report was re
jected. The Judiciary committee then
took the bill back for technical amend
ment and returned it without recom
mendation. There Is likely to be some
lively discussion when the measure comes
up in the house, on third reading.
The house yesterday made house bill
No. 103 a special order for K rid ay morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock. Tho bill Is the now
juvonilo court measure, and Is a Judi
ciary committeo substitute for house bill
No. 50. Introduced by Judd at the re
quest of the Munlclpul League of Utah.
Tho new bill provides for the appoint
ment of Juvenile Judges by tho Juvenile
court commission of tho state. It thus
takes Juvenile court work out of the
hands of district courts unless the com
mission should decide to appoint a dis
trict Judge a Juvenile court Judge. The
chief objection to the old law la that
whore district judges are made Juvenile
court Judges, much inconvenience arises
out of the fact that the Judges In large
Judicial districts visit certain communi
ties only at long Intervals and therefore
are unablo to give proper and prompt
attention to juvenile court work. The
bill presented by tho Municipal Leuguo
gave the mayors or cities and towns
power to appoint juvenile court Judges.
' House Notes
The houao niddn ohort work yonlerdir of Seu
tor Smith's hill for compulsory votlntr. The hill
was kllk'd on tho adoption of an uj verso report
of the Judiciary commlttoo. On a viva yoco volo
only n few murmurs woro hoard la opposition to
the adoption of tho roporU Tho bill provided
that on elector who voted ot tho Unt preceding
election ninl wlioie namo wa chucked oa no vot
Ini: would be oxompt from paylnc poll tax. In
oilier wonlg. and by a different 'method ot arriv
ing at tho outno end. tho bill Irapoied a flno of
13 upon qualified electors who did not takn
onouch lntcrcit In public affaira to co to tlio
polio on election day.
The houiio yesterday killed tho seualo bill by
Wllllamo which provided oevera punUhment for
rxinons who Bold or olherwlio dUpoced of proporty
boUKht on tho Inutullment plan or not yot fully
paid for. In oxplalnlnc tho attitude ot tho Judi
ciary committee which relumed au odverao re
port on Urn bill. Cholrman ITenrle Mid that tho
bill waa vicious. A an Instance, he etd It
would bo IrapoMlblo for a farmer lo lend unotlier
k wapon that he had Dot yot jrot clear title to
without nolnc ndo liabto to n loim Jail ren-
"Barnra of Salt Lake declared that the bill waa
introduced In tho Interest of furnlturo doatoro
and added that It wag "only auothor burden on
tho poor pcoplo who buy a llltlo furniture on th-J
Installment plan, nnd God knows thoy have bur
den enouGh as It In."
Tlio houao yesterday killed tho Kcnalo bill pro
viding for the creation of tho nfflrn of Inspector
of aplarley. Thono who opposed the bill lld to
on tlio Jtrounds oi creatine any moro offices for
which money would be drawn from tho ttate
treasury; Hut the dairy and food commissioner
already hnd cnpcrvlnlon OTer the bee Industry;
that comity Inspectors are doing; all the Inspect
ing that Is necessary. The voto on tbo bill waa
IS to IS. the measure lacking eight ot a connl-.
tutlonal majority. Cbrlntensin of Sevier caro
notice of a motion for reconsideration today
The house yeiterday put In some cenulne work.
Tlio day wound up with a record nhowlnc nine
bills passed, with another bill repassed and seven
bills killed. The calendar Is now well In hand.
Unless Mrs. Cannon' k bill for the roirnlallon
of tho practlcn of architecture In Utah ban bet
ter luck today than II had yesterday. It will bo
a dead bill. Tho measuro was rejected by the
houso yesterday by a vole of 20 to 12, thus lack
In? three of a. constitutional majority. Judd of
Silt Lako cavo notice that ho would today movo
to reconsider, Tho opposition to the bill Is on
tho rround that Its provlalono are too drastic, In
that section particularly which aajs that no
public building r.hall bo In any way altered or en
larged unless a licensed architect Is employed to
draft plnnn for the proposed Improvements,
The scnato committeo on county and
municipal corporations yesterday recom
mended for passage the new commission
form of government bill providing for
tho election of a commissioner from each,
ward and a mayor at large. The bill
went on the calendar, but will not be
reached before the last of next week,
except by special order.
Senator Ferry's bill requiring bettor
sanitation In tho hotels of the state was
passed by the senate yesterday. Tho
bill places all hotels under the Inspec
tion of the state dairy and food com
missioner. Dy unanimous voto tho scnato yesterday passed
tho Kckersloy Joint resolution, requesting tlio
senators and roprcflentatlvci from Utah to urco
tho enactment of a. federal law csUbllohlnK a
national university nt Washington and n depart
ment ot education with a secretary In chargo with
a seat In tho cabinet of tho president. Thin
resolution bus tho approval ot the National Edu
cation aesoclatlon and has been passed by tho
California ntato legislature.
Here is a messago of hopo and good
cheer from Mrs. 0. J. Martin, Boono
Mill, Va., who is the mother of eighteen
children. Mrs. Martin was cured of
Btomnch trouble and constipation by
Chamborlain's Tablets after five years
of snffering, and now recommends
these tablotB lo tho public. Sold by all
In tho House.
Senate bill No. ii. by Wlcht Deflnlnc CTlme of
disturbing tho peace.
Senate bill No. 14, by Ttldcoutr-nelatlne to tbo
conduct of business under assumed name.
llnuso bill No. 1B2, by Judd Rclatlne to al
lowances of court costs.
IIouso bill No. 153, by Mabey Prnvldlns pun
ishment for wilful desertion of wife or minor
Houao bill No. 160, by Cardon Glvlnc courts
power to oxcludo spectators In Iho trlalo of cer
Sonato bill No. 116. by Kckersley Amending
school tax law to permit cities of the second class
to levy nt sufficient mto to maintain hlch
Senate bill No. 59. by Lunt Rolatlne to fees of
stato auditor for recording llvostock brands.
Sonato bill No. CO. by Lunt Relatlnjr to re
cording of marks and brands.
Hounn bill No. 161, by Mabey Requiring ralt
rondn to fenco rights of way.
In the House.
House bill No. 105. by committee on highways
and bridges Appropriating J5000 for lilehway from
Fremont. Wnyno county, to Emery. Emery coun
ty Referred to committer on hlchways and
In the House.
House bill No. 53. by Mabey Providing for
study of Industrial subjocla In public schools, by
committeo on education.
Houiio Joint memorial No. 3. by Smith Asking
congress to open land on Kalbab Indian reser
vation to settlement Instoad of employlnc leas
lnj; system, by committee on federal relations and
Houso bill No. IS!, by Chrtslenson Providing
meins nf organizing drainage districts, by com
mlttoo on Irrigation and reservoirs.
In tho Houso.
House bill No. 14, by Swcn&on Relating to ob
taining goods under false pretenses. (Withdrawn.)
Scnnto bill No, 22, by Smith Rotating to be
ginning of nctlons In city courts. (Notice ot re
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SALT LAKE THEATER "Little
Miss Brown," tonight and Friday
ORPHEUM Vaudeville, with "The
Eternal "Waltz" as the feature. Per
formances every afternoon and
COLONIAL -William J, Kelly and
Edith Lylo In "Beverly of Graus
tark," all tho week. Matlnee3
Thursday and Saturday.
EMPRESS Vaudeville. Performance
every afternoon and two perform
ances at night.
GARRICK The new stock company
In "Slaves of tho Orient," all the
TIUE Empress bill opening for the
week last night is without a notice
able weak spot, judging from the enthu
siastic manner with which a large audi
ence received each number. "The Wow
Wows" Is billed as the principal attrac
tion. Charles Chaplin, as Archibald, the
comedian of the piece, gives llfo to what
otherwlso would be a somewhat dull and
Ragtime Is given a new start by Blele
and Girard, appearing on the programme
as the Yankee and the Swede. Girard,
as tho Swede, sings "Alexander's Rag
time Banu" In Iho Swedish language It
fairly convulsed the house last night,
proving probably the biggest single hit
of the whole bill. Girard is an artist,
both In his portrayal of tho character
of the Swede and in tho handling of his
naturally excellent vocal talents. Each
member of the team, In fact, Is pos
sessed of unusual voice.
In the Held of gymnastics It would ap
pear that wonders never cease. Cer
tainly tho "Three Alex," billed as a Euro
pean team of athletes, make good the
impression. Tho act Is filled with seem
ingly Impossible feats of strength and
"I Died" is the title of a bit of farci
cal foolery offered by James Rannio and
company Mr. Rannle, In the stellar
part, appeared to bo In riht good humor,
despite his unpleasant experience with
Sheriff Andrvw Smith at the county jail
yesterday afternoon. The piece itself
might bo opon to criticism as dealing too
lllppantly with a subject most people like
to preserve from the intrusion of the
Inez Lawson. as a trumpet soloist, dem
onstrates strikingly the possibilities of
the instrument for sweot sounds.
Harry Sanber. heralded as a singing
comedian, turned out to be a fair sort
of monogollst after abandoning a, tire
some attempt to be funny as an intoxi
Professor S. II. Clark of the Univer
sity of Chicago read "Tho Pigeon" last
evening in tho First Congregational
church to a large audlonce. Mr. Clark
began a short lecture on the drama In
which he divided It into three main divi
sions the "up-to-dato class," written
for the sake of tho box offlco that al
ways turns out to suit tho audlonco; tho
class in which tho dovelopment Is just
what tho author thinks It should be,
where the wrltera care Httlo for tho box
office but Interpret life its they see It;
the class In which tho author does not
know what the development should bo,
but portrays life as It really Is. In this
latter class Mr. Clark puts John Gals
worthy, tho author of "The Pigeon,"
along with Shakespcaro and Sophocles.
The play read last evening shows the
rrultlcssness of tho attempt to apply ab
stract theories to life".
This evening Mr. Clark will read four
Bhort Irish plays.
Tho large crowd which attended was
carod for by the girls of the Gamma Phi
sorority of the University of Utah.
The following theater notices are marked
"advertisement" In order lo comply with n
strict interpretation of the now foderal news
paper law. In no sonso aro thoy paid adver
tisements. They aro Items furnished by the
preso agents of tho various theaters.
Tomorrow morning scats will be placed
on rale for the entire engagement of
Horny W. Savage's popular farce. "Ex
cuso Mo." Mr. Savage will send most
of tho company which mado this farce
so popular at the Colonial last season.
Willis P. Sweatman will play his orig
inal role of tho Pullman porter. Patrons
of tho Salt L:tko theater are bound to
enjoy an evening of puro fun. It Is nn
American comedy in Its entiroty, and
the characters seen on tlio Overland Lim
ited on its way to Reno are tho same
soon by all transcontinental travelers.
"Little Miss Brown," which comes lo
tho Salt Lake theater tonight, Is making
moro friends every day. As a delight
fully clean and Ingenious farce, play
goers consider It tho best of tho sea
son. Madgo Kennedy, who assumes the title
role of "Little Miss Brown," starts a
current of seemingly untangleable com
plications by arriving at a highly re
spectable hotel, minus hor purse and
trunk. Tho part of Richard Dennlson,
capitally enacted by that clever farclor,
William Morris, Is also at tho hotel
awaiting tho arrival of his wife.
An overly cautious day clerk at the
hotel, portrayed by Ned A. Sparks, re
fuses Miss Brown a room, not solely
because sho is without money, but for
tho reason that she is unaccompanied.
Circumstances lead Miss Brown to de
clare herself Mrs, Dennlson. Then the
fun begins In earnest.
A couple of talented comedians aro
Joe Morris and Charllo Allen, who aro
scoring a palpable hit at tho Orphoum
this week. Thcv aro endowed with voices
calculated to penetralo a two-foot brick
wall Thoy aro billed as "the Come
dians With the Pipes." They dress
smartly In conventional evening dress,
but wear the makeup of tho eccentric
It is to be regretted that the Incle
ment weather has kept the attondanco
at tho Garrlck far below what the ex
cellent work of the company now play
ing there deserves, Tho melodrama be
ing presented has given uniform satis
faction, and thoro Is no doubt that the
theater-going public will soon awaken to
tho fact that there is a first-class stock
company playing to popular prices at
the Garrlck. Next week tho Reynolds
& Ross players will present "Lost and
Tho hoadllnor of today's bill at the
Mehesy Is a drama by the American
company entitled "Finer Things," in
which Jack Richardson gives nn appeal-
5 The body i never at roit. Etexy seven years we vc ptadiaJJy torn again. Our
P original cells hate been broken down thrown out and replaced by new ones. w
rpHJS prooesfl la a necessary TN nnaomlo ("43an blooded") peoplo,
A J. grind of llfe'o cog wheola or tho& who are pale and puny, or
2 cyclea proceeding- rapidly while wo thoae -aba carry the atena of poor, pota- A
IP work hard with brain or mnoolo tmd oaod biood in pfanple. blotches or bolls
n. slowing down while wo roat or alep. opoa tbcir body wm know tho cells of aft
P Thus tha cAUu! factor In thta ntaat thabodyawilsotrttinjr ufBcJantoxyccn
ft tt,tbW."d c'thchytnered-hlocusdcs.
ft A true reliable blood maker which has given satis-
faction for over forty years in its liquid form is
ft Dr. Pierce's J
J Qlden Medical Hiscovery
ft dKalTtfon-cJd band, and feit. Children and peoplo of all aces recovenns from
a "(rrippo-'-fovers-and acuta diseases should obtain this tonic nnd blood builder A
9 either in liquid or tablet form of tho dm exist-
ift send 50 one-cent stamps tor trial box of tablets. ;
For Salt Lake City People I
Tho mixturo of buckthorn bark, ply
cerino, etc., known as Adler-i-ka, drains
so much old foul matter from the body
that ONE DOSE usually relieves uour
stomach, gas on tho stomacn and con
Bhpation. The QUICK action is aston
ishing. W. D. Mathis, Drugst, 324 So.
Main st. (Advertisement.) tM
Ing presentation of a ruined Wall street
broker who regains health and happl
ncss on a California ranch.
"Catching the Big Sneeze." a Gaumont
comedy drama; "Under the Microscope."
a fclentlllc subject, and "Half Way to
Reno," bv tho Thanhouser company, art?
also on the programme.
Tho capacity house that has already IH
securod seats for this afternoon's per- ll
formnnce of "Beverly of Graustark'r at
the Colonial will Ilnd one of the most
expensive productions, from a scenic
standpoint, of the season. Mr. Kelly
Is bending every effort to make tho play
an unusual attraction and in tho role
or Baldos he Is doing some of the best
work of his Colonial engagement.
The "couples race" billed, for last even
Ing at tho Auditorium roller skating rink
was postponed until the week following
the automobile show, and in place of it
there was a mile contest between Johnny
Mumford and James Ilerron. who have
been rivals for many months. Mumford
was better in making the sharp tums
and on the last lap got a lead of about
two yards over Ilerron and crossed tho
nnlsh line tlrst. In the fast time of
2:20 2-.-. On Friday night the tlrst heat
of tlie match race at one mile, for the
state chnmplonship, between Fenton
Hardy and Willie Shatr. tvill be run.
Away back in 1841. 03d enough fese ft
member those dayt? Still used fori
coughs and colds. Said for ?0 yeses. I
Ask Yor Potior. fcgSr H
TONIGHT aNladhTomorrow H
EVERYBODY LOVES HER
Little Miss Brown I
THE CUTEST GIRL THAT EVER
CAME TO TOWN IH
FOUR MONTHS IN NEW YORK.
NEXT ATTRACTION: Henry W.
Savage's "Excuse Mc."
Seat sale tomorrow.
j? iviMcv- - ' 1 All this week l
I ' ext "Wy Wife's Husbands."
Phono Wasatch 3o59-
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE., jH
ALL THIS WEEK.
"THE ETERNAL WALTZ."
Lola Men-Ill and Otto Frank.
The llnrvcy Family.
Joe Morris and Charlie Allen. ' IH
Frank Work nnd Play Jewel. IH
The Daring Darts-.
Nights: $1.00, 75c, 60c and 25c;
boxes. $1.50. Matinees: 75c, 50c, 25c IH
and 15c; boxes, 31.00.
Orpheum Daylight Motion Pictures
Concert Orchestra jH
NEXT WEEK MRS. LANGTRY.
A Big Sill of S. & C. Varieties.
U SU LLI VAN-CONS! DINE f
Greater Advanced Vaudeville.
j Return of Karno's Come
dlans, Charles Chaplan and iH
todav 15 Comedians In "THE
WOW WOWS," "A Nlrjht n
o.90 a London Secret Society," i IH
"I DIED." gH
7:30 Blele and Girard, Harry
19:15 Sauber, Inez Lawson, The
(3) Alex, Empress Orches
tra, Pathe'a Weekly.
Regular 30c Matinee Dally rv
Empress 20c 500 I IIP
Prices 10c Parauet Seata.' w
REYNOLDS & ROSS
"Slaves of the Orient"
A spectacular melodrama In four acta. IH
Prices,. 10c, 20c and 30c.
Matinees Sunday. Wednesday and
Saturday. Any seat 10c. IH
MEHESY THEATER I
TODAY'S NEW PICTURE8.
"HALF WAY TO RENO." j
She thought she wanted a divorce but ,
she changed her mind. Thanhouaer
"FINER THINGS." H
Drama depleting psychological tenets. j IH
American Co. I jH
"CATCHING THE BIG SNEEZE." 1
Gaumont comedy drama, ' H
"UNDER THE MICROSCOPE." (
Scientific subJecL IH
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Holler Skafimg M
RICHARDS STREET. ' jH
OPEN AFTERNOON AND EVENING '
EXCEPT SUNDAY. ,
Tomorrow Night j
State Championship Race !
FENTON HARDY VS. WILLIE Pl
Montgomery's Military Band patur- j H
day afternoon and every evening. IH