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I MINER ARRESTED
WAS BOYS FRIEND
Frank Hamilton in Jail Charged
With Passing Worth
less Check
BOUGHT LAD SOME CLOTHES
Offered Him Work anti Would Pay
Him Rack as Soon as lie Was
Able Protests Innocence
Frank Hamilton C2 years old who
claims to be employed by the Healy
Mining company of this city as fore
man In Its mlno In American Fork
canyon was arrested by Police Of
ficers Martin nnd Snow in Provo
Tuesday on a charge of passing
fraudulent bank checks according to
word received here this morning by
Walker Bros bank
After communicating with the
Provo officers the bank cashier pro
nounced a check for 25 which
Hamilton had passed on the New
York Clothing company In that city
a forgery
Hamilton was accompanied by a boy
giving his name as Arthur Terry and
claIming Denver as his home Hamil
ton swore that ho had purchased
snit oC i a
clothes ol the boy costing
19 and that ho had
taken the
re
malndor In change He malnllllns that
j the
boy Is entirely
Jnnocent
of any
knowledgo ot the check transaction
Young Terry vows that he did not
know the check
was
forged and It
Is probable that ho will be released
However ho will be
compelled to
Pear the old as the principal witness against ap
man who
befriended
led
him
and
broke the law in doIng so
1 According to tho account received by
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The Fight Is OH
Every moment of your life when you
aro at home or abroad when you are
awako or when you are nilecp
Between the poison germs that arc ill
nlr food and water everywhere In
factand the billions of your In
visible friends the little soldlcrcor
pusclcs 111 your blood
If these little soldiers arc kept
strong and healthy by taking Hooda
Sarsnpnrllla you need have no fear
of disease It effects Us wonderful
cures not simply because It contains
snrsaparllla but because It combines
the utmost remedial values of more
than 20 different Ingredients each
greatly strengthened and enriched by
this peculiar combination
Get It today In the usual liquid form
or In chocolated tablet form called
Ssrsitabr 100 Doses One Dollar
Walker Bros bank Terry says that
he met Hamilton by chance In a
Commercial street saloon In this
city and that Hamilton took pity on I
his povertystricken condition and of
fered him work on some mining prop
rty which he said he was developing
In American Fork canyon Terry aver
that this accounts for his being with
the old man In Provo and that the
clothes were bought for him by
Hamilton nnd were supposed to be
paid for out of his future earnings
HAD BEEN DRINKING
Terry further states that although
they left Suit Lake City to go to
American Fork canyon Hamilton
who had been drinking heavily sug
gested before they got to American
Fork that they might as well go on
to Provo where they could enjoy
Thanksgiving day Hamilton said at
that time that they could return to
American Fork the following day
What aroused the suspicion of tho
Provo officers was tho attempted pas
sago of a check for 510 by Hamil
ton on John E Homers bar known
as tho Buffet Hamilton visited tho
saloon Tuesday morning and after
taking a drink he tendered tho check
In payment therefor but It was de
cllned by the bartender who squeal
ed about the matter to the pollee
The check was drawn on the State
Bank of Provo signed with what Is be
lieved to bo a fictitious name John
Matson and endorsed by Hamilton
In whoso favor tho check was drawn
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EARLY BUYING of ALL GIFTS IS REC
OMMENDED NOT ONLY FOR THE r
ADVANTAGE OF SELECTION FROM J
COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS BUT ALSO
THAT OUR SALESPEOPLE MAY GIVE
CUTOMERS UNDIVIDED ATTENTION
COME NOW DONT i
x WAIT THE RUSH WILL
SOON BE ON r
The handsomest line of import I
b ed bags that we ever brought to II1toi
Salt Lake will be sold at one
half prices Wednesday and
week Regular prices range i
from 10 to 15
I Christmas
Bargains for a
rI Puff Jars and The toro for toy and dolls
t Hair Receivers rv
Kflt with silverplat rI
YE ed tops worth
r 75c Special 25c
Whisk broom
i and nickelplated I
holderan orna
mm ment to any t 1
room Sold regu i
utM larly for 175
100
I Special Ji
Would make a
I beautiful little
1 gift
r Our Initial Sta
tionery is out of
the ordinary for
II il
it is usually sold
for 100 Our
price is only 50c
a box with any l
initial embossed
in any color A
Vit box holds one quire and envelopes to match 1
Stationery packed in Xmas boxes contains
one quire of paper and envelopes to match
The best of linen paper Always sells for 65c
I and 75e a box Our Xmas price is only 50c 1
I The regular 50c boxes for only 35 <
Our Xmas Perfumes 50c packages for 25c
i l Our Express and Posto fflce Box I
Department is Quite a
New Feature
t ft In this departmentlarge boxes small boxes
I big boxes little boxes medium boxes red
I boxes holly boxes and in fact aU kinds of
ilhIb boxes They add 100 per cent to the looks of
your gift and only cost lOc
Tissue paper is only 5c a quire
vJfu In this same booth you can have your pack 1t1fu
stt ages wrapped for mail or express free
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It developed that the form of check
used In this transaction by Hamilton
has not been used by the bank for
several years and tho handwriting ap
pears to be that of the same person
and Is clumsily done If It actually is a
forgery
The check passed on tho Now York
Clothing company made Its appearance
later In the day and was not known of
at the time Hamilton was arrested It
was drawn on the Walker Bros bank
of this city and signed S L Hlckok
It was endorsed by Hamilton
CLOTHIER GROWS SUSPICIOUS
Learning that Hamilton had been ar
rested for attempting to pass an
other check on the salcon the clothing
company manager communicated with
the bank In Salt Lake City and was
soon Informed that the check which
Hamilton had passed on him was a
forgery
Marshal Williams of Provo is puzzled
over the case as Hamilton in spite of
a fierce session of tho third degree
refused to come through In the
sweat box and proclaimed his Inno
cence
That check really was signed by
Hlckok its all right and you arc
holding me Illegally Ill make the po
lice force of Provo sweat for this out
rage Hamilton said and the other
check was given to me by John Wat
son whom I havfc known for several
years I met him on the street here
and being short of funds after my
Thanksgiving day celebration I asked
him to loan me 10 which he did by
giving mo this check If It is not good
I know nothing about it
I am employed by the Healy Mining
company of Salt Lake City and am
foreman of Its mine In American Fqrk I
canyon when that property Is being
worked At present It Is not possible I
for me to work my men there on ac I
count of tho water and I am develop I
ing another piece of property there for
tho same pooplc
I AMUSEMENTS I
Theater Tonight sees the final
presentation of the merry laughing
success The Talk of New York
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Scmbrlch TomorrowThe advance
sale for tho recital of the great so
prano Mme Marcella Sembrich Is
steadily going on at the theater Mme
Scmbrlch will arrIve tomorrow morn
Ing and will be heard at the theater
In the evening
Orphcnin The weeks program Is
I drawing good business It contains
more comedy than usual but the size
of the audiences Indicates that the
comedy element Is In favor
ClonlnlThe breezy comedy de
picting college life Commencement I
Das will run through the week I
with the customary Wednesday and
Saturday matinees
s
Mission Opening Tonight Tonight
seas the opening of the New Mission
theater with an extensive bill of
popular vaudeville as published in
Tho Saturday News Manager Clark
expects a handsome turnout on tho
occasion of the baptism of the new
temple of amusement
GrnndThe Two Orphans w1l1
play to good business all week and a
specially strong turnout is looked at
the Saturday matinee
I
nnrualonTonhht sees tho wind
up of the vaudeville season The house
will now remain dark until new ar
rangements be made In regard to
a fresh line of attractions
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I SOCIAL AND 1
PERSONAL I
Cot and Mrs J J Dayncs Jr and
Mr and Mrs Edward Jenkins will en
tertain at a large reception and dancing
party this evening at Odeon hall
Mrs Ernest Stenger Is hostess at a
luncheon this afternoon the decora
tions being In pink carnations and
covers laid for Mrs A T Sanford Mrs
S V Derrah Mrs A E Greenwood
Mrs J M Bowman Mrs T A Wyche
Mrs A H Mayne Mrs Raymond
Ackorman Miss Catherine Anderson
and Mrs H C Gemmell
Mrs P 0 Percival entertains this
afternoon for Miss Elsie Dlckort who
leaves next week for a trip to southern
California Tho decorations are In
pink carnations and about a dozen
guests are present while Miss Dorothy
Frolseth assists tho hostess
Dr and Mrs G P Stallman whose
marriage took place recently at Roches
ter New York held an Informal re
ception In their quarters at the post
last night the rooms being bright with
lowers and palms and the regimental
band furnishing delightful music As
sisting tho hosts were Major C J Man
ley Dr T B McGowan Mrs Walter S
Scott Mrs J M Arrasmith and Mrs
Willis Ullne Lleuts Gary Dickson
Ellis and Scllman
The marriage of Miss Lillian Calder
daughter of Mr and Mrs D G Calder
of Provo and Lawrence Salisbury will
take place today and a reception will
be given by the brides cousin Miss
Lena Hague at the residence of Mrs
M H Walker 610 east South Temple
this evening from 8 to 11 oclock
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Yesterday Miss Marge Miller and
George W Heintz were quietly mar
ried at the home of the brides mother
Mrs Rachel S Miller the ceremony be
ing performed by Dean Colladay of St
Marks cathedral In the presenco of tho
family and tho bridal couple leaving
immediately for Los Angeles Miss
Miller IB one of tho most popular young
girls In local social circles and the
groom Is manager of the U S Refining
Smelting and Mining Co
a
Mrs David Keith entertained at a
bridge tea yesterday the rooms be
ing decorated In American Beauty roses
and chrysanthemum and 10 tables
being played
Yesterday Mr and Mrs Claud Wil
liams left for an eastern trip accom
panied by Miss Marge Ellerbcck and
Miss Auranla Ellerbcck who will
spend six weeks In New York visiting
with friend They will also visit In
Chicago a few days
firs A L Hoppaugh entertains her
card club this afternoon
Mr and Mrs Don Porter leave to
morrow for Stockton where Porter
has taken the lease of a large hotel
Both will spend the holidays In Loa
Angeles with their daughter Mrs Char
les Maun
Mrs H G Whitney entertains her
Sewing club this afternoon
Mrs Frank Bird entertained the
Crystal Bridge club this afternoon
Mr and Mrs L C Carey entertained
informally at dinner yesterday for Mrs
Careys sister Mrs W H Cameron
Michigan
At the meeting of the Qulngcnta club
yesterday held with Mrs J W Currlo
prizes were won by Mrs B B Rose
Mrs C H Horltato and Miss Abblc
Harman
Mrs 31 H Kelvin has gone to San
Francisco to spend the holidays with
Miss Mary Kervln and Mrs Woodburn
Mrs W IL Dlokson who has spent
the past two months with relatives In
St Loula will return next week
Mr and Mm H C Edwards Jt1son
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Do YOU THINK THAT I
IM GOING TO BED 1
WITHOUT A PIECE I
OF BREAD MADE OF
IIUSL ERS
FLOUR
leave shortly for an eastern trip to be
absent till after the holidays o
Mrs Thomas B Shannon entertains
her Bridge club tomorrow
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George Heintz connected with the
United States smelter and Miss Mar
garet Miller were married at noon
yesterday
REMOVAL SALE
Big reductions In wall paper and
framed pictures before moving to our
elegant new store
GEO W EBEKT CO 57 MAIN
EXCURSION TO LOGAN
December 11 tli
For Salt Lake Opera Companys per
formance of THE SERENADE
Round trip 250 limit December 12th
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MASS MEETING FRIDAY
Parks mill Plays omuls to be Dls
ciiiscil at Commercial Club
There Is to be a mass meeting held
In the rooms of the Commercial club
on Friday night next of all those who
are interested In the movement look
Ing to the betterment of park condi
ions Installation of playgrounds for
the children nnd a number of other
civic features which are to be taken
up by the Parks
and Playgrounds as
sociation At the meeting the associa
tion will be
formally organized an
election of officers had and a plan for
active work mapped out
Last night there was a meeting of the
committee which was appointed last
week for the purpose of drafting arti
cles of association These were brought
to a conclusion and then there
was a
general discussion In regard to the pro
gram for Friday night The committee
was composed of John E Dooly Mrs C
E Allen George Y Wallace Mrs
Rosalie Pollock Miss Kate Williams J
R Letcher and F B Stephens
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INSPECTORS COMING IN
Inspectors belonging to the local land
office are appearing In numbers at
headquarters being driven from the
field of labor because of heavy snows
and impossible weather All of them
will be busily engaged In tho near fu
t uie In getting out their annual report
port Those who taro been working
In the southern part of the state report
an exceptionally heavy snowfall which
has been very general
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Hamlin Paints Signs Both Phones
BOYS WANTED
To Sell The Christmas News
In every town In Utah and adjoining
states Boys got ready to earn some
Christmas money For particulars ad
dress
ressTHE
THE DESERET NEWS
Salt Lako City
LEGAL BLANKS
Of every character and description
arranged from tho best legal forms
and brought strictly up to date
A full supply always on hand ai the
Deseret News Book Store
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Pathetic Incident Occurs
In Afte heater Crowd
It was a crowd of matlneegoous
which congregated on the corner of
Second South and State streets Mon
day late In the afternoon Most of them
were waiting for car while many were
the usual hungcrson who were taking
in the physical and human sights They
were a good natured lot pleased with
their afternoon entertainment and at
peace with tho world
It was on the northwest corner that
a woman clad In furs and a rich color
brought on by the drop In the tem
perature and accompanied by a very
masculine escort stopped and patient
ly waited The woman was good to
look upon a beautiful face and form
becomingly gowned forming a pardon
able cynosure for male eyes which were
generally not averse to enjoying the
spectacle of tho noblest work of the
deity Her comrade was In physical
keeping with the woman marred some
what by a rakish tilt of hat and a fum
ing cigarette
Half a dozen paces away a quietly
dressed man stood on the curb
I Mme Marcella Sembrich I
Madame Marcella
Sembrich one of tho
greatest living colora
tura sopranos of the
age will sing In the
Salt Lake theater
Thursdays nlcrht Mad
ame Scmbrlch has sung
in all the great opera
houses of the world
and has achieved great
er success than any
other singer excepting
Madame Patti Ow In
to operatic engage
ments at tho Metropoli
tan opera house In
New York Mme Scm
brlch has been unable
to make an extended
concert tour of this
country Last Febru
ary she sang her last
performance In grand
opera In this country
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thoughtfully topping the sidewalk with I
a cane A prosperous business man he
seamed unassuming and apparently not I
seeking notice A pair of wideopen
blue eyes Intense In their stare wore
Jlxed glaringly upon the face of tho
woman In furs It was not an offen
sive stare respectful If anything In
character but it was steady and un
wavering
After a time the woman colored anl
said something to her escort Ho
glanced about for a moment stared In
turn at the man on the curb and then
threw awn tho cigarette Pulling his
Hat still further down over one eye he
strode over to the man with the blue
eyesWithout
Without a word he pulled back his
right arm and then sent his clenched
fist straight Into the face landing be
tween the eyes and sending the of
fender to the muddy street He was
picked up while a number of bystanders
rushed to his assistance
Ill teach you to look at my wil >
like that he thundered as hc stocd
over tho man whom he had knocked
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down and whose face was stream t
with blood I
I beg your pardon an
quiet response as he wiped blood from
his face but Im blind
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I True Flavors j
y
With great care by a process en
tirely his own Dr Price is enabled
to extract from each of the true
select fruits all of its character
istic flavor and place in the mar
ket a class of flavorings of rare
excellence Every flavor is ol
great strength and perfect purity i
For flavoring icecream jellies i
cake custards etc I I
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mucous
Flavoring vnm I
Extracts S
can be used with perfect satisfaction lx i I
This season she will
tour tho entire country i
giving concerts In all
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the largo cities Sho
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has slnco the tour be t
gan sung In twenty
different cities and af
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ter her appearance In
Salt Lake she has en
gagements that will i
taker her to every part I I
of tho country Yester
day Mine Scmbrlch
sang in Denver and af
ter her concert here on
Thursday she will go
directly to tho Pacific
coast where sho has I
twelve concerts It Is
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doubtful 11 America N
Will ever hear this won r I
derful singer after his i jl
season eo F i
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In addition to singing many songs Mme Sembrich will sing her fam c p
ous arias from the operas Ernani The Magic Flute and Don Givanni as
well as the great Strauss waltz Voice de Primavera
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> TVe hope the people of Salt Lake will take advantage of this last op
portunity to hear so great a singer as Mine Sembrich in personthe the
ater should be packed from pit to gallery But we want to tell you that i
this will not be the last opportunity to hear her voice Like the voices of i I I
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7S 4 other great singers hers has been record I
VIctor ed on the delicate surfaces of Victor Re Victor
v cords Foul of the numbers she will give
Thursday night Don Giovanni Emani Voce di Primavera and The Lass
With the Delicate Air are among the dozens her voice has recorded and
we respectfully invite you to come to our Victor Parlors and hear them
reproduced on th e marvelous Victor Victrola Come after you have heard I i
the Madam An d if you do not hear Sembrich herself there is double reason
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son why you should come and hear the records l
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Special Victor Parlors Successors to Clnjton F
at 1001111 Main St I Dnyncs Music Co and Ijjj I
Salt Lnk > II Becslcy Music Co
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Advancelnformation If
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for Prospectivei
Christmas Shoppers is I
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I want every man to come to my store in the
next three weeks
I want every woman who has a present to
buy to come too
I want them to come and see the many useful
and appreciated things I have for mens every
day wear and jhey decide not to buy the visit
will have paid us both anYWaY I have such con
fidence in these goods that I will leave to you
the question of their value
Every article is sold on merit and priced as
closely as lean afford sell that class of U
merchandise
Suits Overcoats Bath Rob s House Coats
Hats Shoes Gloves Ties Suspenders
Sets such as tie handkerchief and hose boxed together and to match Also a fine line of holiday um 1s
brellas initial ° handkerchiefs are only a few of the things which are seasonable gifts Ii
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NICOL t
It Pays Me to Sell Good Clothes
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