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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 24 1909
I L NEW OF UTAH AND ADJOINING STATE J
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fifth street
GROCERS START FIGHT
Outsiders Barred Prom Buying Gro
ceries and Supplies at Whole
sale Prices
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dee 21 Because of nrearnre al
leged to have been brought to bear by the
Ogden Ratal Grocers association the va
rious wholesale houses of Ogden have
notified all restaurant keepers hotel pro
pni tors and others accustomed to buying
groceries wholesale that no wholesale or
> Irs will be taken hereafter from any but
t in the retail grocery business Those
affected by the sweeping order are up in
arms and the bad feeling already exist
ing between the retailers and the restau
rant keepers has increased It is probable
hat sfipe will be taken to form an asso
ciation of restaurant keepers and hotel
iiinprietora to oppose the new measure
The Fred J Kiesel wholesale houae one
of the largest in the state has taken the
pief stand In the matter In a letter to
nil patrons outside of the retail grocery
lU6iues3 the company says it will be
fwed to decline all further wholesale or
IKMS that go direct to the consumer In
tider to forestall any loopholes a clause
Is included tn the letter by which all local
Ibberll will be refused orders except in
i asS where the order is for shipment to
oitoftown customers
The retailers are generally understood
t < > lie behind the movement which Is said
tn have been forced upon the wholesalers
iv the threat that the retailers would go
t it o town for their goods unless the
mand was complied with
THE ICE STill THREATENS
Engineers Have Serious Problem to
Solve on the Ogden
Cliffs
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Oden Doc Engineers of the Ogdea
Iaid Transit company at work on the
rene of the Ice slide are pussllng over
t e serious question of dynamiting the
i malnder of the glacier which still
jigs to tu cliffs The only way In
> h ih the ic can be dislodged without
cuing lui iner havoc is by blasting por
t 11 JJi of K I in succession
in the meantime the company Is build
i g a temporary bridge somewhat re
ioed i from the danger zone and will at
i mpt to operate their line until the danE
jr can he eradicated
The county has spanned the ieenllea
i vr with a temporary bridge over which
i irfle to Huntsville and Eden towns In
ciglen valley has been resumed Every
tcaution however Is being used to pre
vnt any loss of life travelers being
varned at any sign of falling ice
Tie situation is extremely precarious
Jvry few minutes several large chunks
r ice come crashing down off the cliffs
i inatening to bring down the entire mass
i m keeping the engineers In charge of
the work in a state of anxious watching
1eoause of the extreme danger it has
ton difficult to secure men willing to
ork in clearing up the wreckage
I
GRIFFITH LEAVES CITY
AND POLICE WANT HIM
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 21 After passing a worth
l > > s check for 72 at a local dry goods
store last night J Griffith an employe
of the ONeil Construction company made
c > od his escape from this city Before
have stolen a
1 axIng Griffith Is said to
cult case containing Me worth of clothing
from a room at the St Paul rooming
I louse where he was staying He te
known to have purchased a ticket to Po
tutello Ida
PUPILS AT INDUSTRIAL
SCHOOL HOLD CHRISTMAS
Special to The HeraldRepublican I
ogden Dec SThe boys and girls of I
held Christ
tue State Industrial school a
inas celebration in the assembly hall of
tle institution tonight in which an ex
t musical program was carried out
including selections by the school band
i le festivity will be continued tomorrow
when Dr
iight about a Christmas tree
L G Gowans superintendent will haw
Large
Jewel Range and Heaters JlM down
125 week Utah Implement Vehl
d 1 < Co
The Wretchedness
of Constipation
Can quklcly be overcome by
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LIVER PILLS
Pc1y
ctlurdynd CttRTER
gently ca the
bror Cure
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nell nd Imtgesaoft They do tLea duly
Small Pill Small Dose SrasH Price
nulne must bear slgrat jre
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v OBRIEN CO
Why Not a
Glove Certifi
14Th cate tor Xmas
nvo We issue them nvo
A for one or any
B number of pairs
flJ and the recipient
may select his or
Jht her own gift at tIitn
any tine 1t1D
It
I
rrto take home a
bottle of
fTbodold
eDTTLZD IN BOND
A Reliable
Remedy
Elys Cream Balm
Is qvickhr absorbed
GUes Relief at Once
It cleanses soothes FEVZR
heals and protects
the diseased mem
brane resulting from
Catarrh and drives
away a Cold iu the
Head quickly Re
stores the Senses of
Tsbtft iud Smell Full size GO els at Drug
gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents
Ely BHaw 56 Warren Street New lark
6 f f B 6
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nvo I the final
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The M D
climax ID
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You know what
iir that means at
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trt
1200 Mandolins for 600
Consolidated Music Co 1011 Main
TODAY ONLY
15 Guitar for 10
Consolidated Music Co 1W1S Main
TODAY ONLY
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Highest price paid for strtotiy fresh
5K8 THE ROYAL CAKK
Mrs Winslow Soothing Syrup
has been used for YEARS oy Miti I <
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT
UCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILI
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is th
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists In every part of th world Be
sure and ask for Mrs Wlnslows Sooth
ing Syrup anu take no ether kind
Twentyfive cents a bottle GUARA s
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG
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41 KEITH
9jJ1 I OBRIEN CO
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vJfu SUopers and rQJD
f1lD Leggvns Ideal
Xmrs Gilts
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th 50c
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LEGGINS worn
Is n ens misses and tUD
JILFA children in jersey
11jEY worth 100 and
155
145
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lLjJ MEHS SLIPPERS
tyfQJD
J PERS ow fifty I
YIth styles to choose
iiijc from Worth 115
v to 250
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ΒΌ tv FELT SLIPPERS f
fur trimmed all
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Jal colors made in hand VJ Q
turn soles
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125
tK4 U Yens womens t5
I J1 boys childrens In
dian moccasins
fc I 50c
Infants fur
trimmed slippers
Ki white blue red and
IujL black
50
E1D Infants soft sole
shoes slippers and
1Ac moccasins a pretty
M gift for baby we
have OTOT fifty
styles
150 f1lD
w Rubber boots for
children a useful
fW gift
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If you cant decide give him a book Thats
i always appropriate and sensible
I Christmas
Book Specials
FOR TODAY
This is Salt Lakes Xmw Book Store We hT thou
sands of titles and authors books of every dMedptfon
x at prices that surprise and pleas
I These are Extra Specials
x Elegantly bound full library size books handsomely
embossed and freely illustrated The Little Minister
i
ter The First Violin The Hidden Hand
x Black Beauty and dozens of other good titles each
in individual Xmas boxes Eet Uar
65 c
I price 100 Xmas special
All Bibles 25 per cent off
2 Family Bibles in the most expensive binding to CiasB
x Bibles at very modest prices A big variety of style
I 50c to 1250
Fountain Pens are Sensible Gifts
i We have the newest styles in Conklifl W ianDtt and
Held SelfFillers and our
Ii Special D S S U Pen at 700
25c Gift Books lOc
Elaborately embossed and illustrated books asat at
6 tractive covers and appropriate verses Thousands of
booksall modestly priced
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I
Deseret Sunday School Union
I BOOK STORE
I 44 East South Temple
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BOWERS
JEWELER
Dont Forget The Number
73 MAIN STREET
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ESTATE OF SON WILL GO
TR A DESTITUTE FATHER
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec a When a letter recently
I mailed from Ogden reaches David Escalle
In Pau St Andrews Briancon Haute
Alps In southern France David Bscalte
an aged man said to be In destitute cir
cumstances will find himself heir to 1600
the major portion of the estate left by his
on Valentin Kscalle who died Decem
ber 19 of this year in Ogden The will of
the deceased was admitted to probate in
the district court today T J Ryan being
named as executor
Valentin Escalle was In the sheep busi
ness in Utah and Idaho His estate is
valued at 2000 A sister living in Switz
erland la I named as the other heir
PRISONER RAISES HARD
QUESTION FOR COURT
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dee Si Michael Ryan who
shoved a gun into the face of Joseph
Payne as the latter was entering his own I
front gate on a dark night several
months ago but was frustrated in his at
tempt to rob by a well aimed blow came
Into the district court for trial today On
motion of his attorney James Halver
son the case was continued one day
Halverson has announced his Intention
of instituting habeas corpus proceedings
on tho claim that the municipal court
where Ryan had preliminary hearing is
unconstitutional for the hearing of such
cases Should he prove his point not
only Ryan but a majority of the prison
ers now held In the county jail waiting
trial would be released under habeas
corpus proceedings There has been con
siderable trouble In Ogden recently over
this point
I
LEASE IS CAUSE OF SUIT
Orpheum Rooming House Proprietors
Asked for Damage
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 23 What they didnt do
when the rent came round is the burden
of a complaint against Gideon Young Can
dish and Mrs Margaret Candish filed by
the Orpheum Amusement company In the
district court this afternoon Mr and
Mrs Candlsh leased four floors of the
Orpheum theatre as a rooming house
August 17 A fiveyear lease was taken
by which the tenants were to have paid
J300 monthly rent for the first two years
tOO for the third year 650 for the fourth
year and itO for the fifth year the total
amounting to 35400
The complaint alleges that 1000 rent due
up to December 17 of this year has not
been paid The Orpheum Amusement
company asks for annulment of the l sEe
the 1000 back rent a similar amount in
damages by reason of the breach of con
tract and 130 attorneys fees together
with whatever relief the court deems just
The Orpheum rooming house Is a newly
fitted up establishment and was fast gain
i ing popularity in Ogden
COAL SUPPLY SHORT
Present Orders Would Exhaust
Twice the Available Supply
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 23Wlth 780 tons of coal
on hand today to relieve temporary short
age the local coal situation is somewhat
improved though the dealers say that
present orders if filled would exhaust
twice the supply Prominent railroad of
ficials realizing the seriousness of the sit
uation are personally directing the ship
ments of coal from the mines They as
sure Ogden of a daily supply that while
somewhat straitened will be sufficient to
divert any actual suffering
Many local business houses report today
that they are entirely out of coal Most
of todays shipment was used in refilling
i the bins of these unfortunate companies
the smaller consumers being served last
The situation is made more serious by the
failure of the local gas companies to turn
out a sufficient supply at present causing
extreme inconvenience in scores of homes
where gas is usd instead of coal
POND REPLACES SANTA
Innovation Delights Children on Clos
ing Day of School
> Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 23 Schools closed this af
ternoon In Ogden for the Christmas holi
days and will not open until January S
of next year Christmas programs of an
elaborate nature were carried out in all
ot the grade schools In primary grades
Christmas trees loaded with gifts were
the general features At the Madison
school a novelty was introduced A min
iature fish pond was constructed in sev
eral of the class rooms and gifts for each
of the pupils floated about on small rafts
The little tots were delighted with this
appearing to accept it as an improvement
over Christmas tree and St Nicholas
The day was parents day hundreds of
grownups attending the various programs
In which their children took part
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Dec 23 Marriage licenses were
Issued to the following couples from the
county clerks office today
George W Parlows of LIvinston
Mont and Bula A Meyers of Ogden
John Irving Moss and Gertrude Parkin
both of Woods Cross
TIDY SUM IS REALIZED
Receipts Will Be Applied to Fund of
New Church
Special to The HeradRpublican
SprtaffVille Dec a The Third ward
basmr which closed last Friday was a
complete success The net receipts will
mash 800 which amount will be need in
seating the new church
The building Is now nearing comple
Usa the steam heat fixtures are all In
place and the committee proposes to push
matters for an early dedication It is a
handsome structure representing all the
new Ideas in church architecture The
estimated cost when completed is JS60CO
JURORS ARE SUMMONED
January Term for Sevier County
Opens January 10
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Richfield Dec IIThe January term
of the Sixth judicial district court for
Sevier county will begin January 1ft and
the following jurors have been sum
moned to appear on January 11 Anna
bella Edo Gauchett Aurora Wilford
vie Qlenwood Heber Henriohsen Ven
ice Henry W Davis Joseph James A
Ross Ray Hunt Joseph F Parker Sa
lina George Burns Alma S Gates Chris
tian Christensen W C Murphy Monroe
D A Keeler N C Sorenson Melvin
Webb Louis Andem Joseph Robinson
Inverury Hans Peter Christensen Peter
Larsen jr KooBharem Sisson J Hatch
Redmond William Gee Joseph F Olrle
tenses Elflinore Joseph L Staples John
B Hansen Vego Smith James Iirsesn
TV D Woodard Otto Hansen Richfield
William Johnson Andrew Lawson
Charles L Bean Charles Skougaard
Frank M Ogden William Fredrtcksen
John H Knee George C Poulsen A G
Young O K Salisbury Joseph W Seeg
miller A H Aoksrson C G Goldbran
son
FREIGHT ENGINE DERAILED
Special to The HwaldKepubltoan
Layton Dec S A freight engine on
the Salt Lake Ogden railroad was de
railed last night holding up a north
bound passenger train for several hours
EXCELLENT RESPONSE TO
SUBSCRIPTION APPEAL
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Heber Dee StAt an enthusiastic
meeting held here this noon 1300 was
raised by subscription for tho Maaeer
memorial building to be erected by the
B Y U at Provo Dr George H Brim
hall president of the B Y IT delivered
a speech in which he made an appeal for
funds The subscription list was headed
by Mayor J M Clyde followed by J L
Murdock fund each donaUng JKQ toward the I
I
NEGRO ROBS EMPLOYER
Steals 53 and Leaves for Parts Un
known
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Brigham City Dec 23Tho Crystal
barber shop owned by Petersen flea
kelley was robbed last night of about
J3o by a negro porter who had been em
ployed only since morning rhe negro I
pleaded poverty and was allowed to sleep
in the barber shop A small savings
bank containing i36 was found by the
man and broken open the pieces being
left In the shop The negro succeeded In
escaping
PROVO COURT NOTES
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec 2S Ellen M Clifford baa
been granted r divorce from Harry L
Clifford on the grounds of nonsupport
The parties were married at Salt Lake
September 30 1905 In addlUon to the di
vorce the plaintiff was awarded 525 at
torney fee and the restoration of her
maiden name
The divorce case of M M Nelson vs
Marie K Nelson was before Judge Booth
today The court allowed 20 witness fees
and SO suit money The case was set for
hearing December 28 In his complaint
Mr Neson alleges that his wife has been
cruel and has used abusive language to
him To this the defendant in her an
swer charges cruelty and nonsupport
Arthur Cramer H G Murphy and
James Patrick were given five days each
in the city Jail for vagrancy
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec 23rMarrIage licenses have
been Issued to D W Meldrum and Sarah
A Moore both of Provo Joseph Alfred
Wood Provo and Ado Roseannlo Gtbbins
Oakley Myron Crandall and Hattle
Kinder both of Springvillo W A Sim
mons and Mary E Hales both of Spanish
Fork J Oscar Garrett Nephi and Stella
Paxman Provo Lawrence Johnson and
May Harding both of Provo G F Dick
man and E E Lindstrom both of Salt
Lake City W E Wilson and Hazel May
Taylor both of Salem
SLAPPED WIFES FACE
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Provo Dec IEzra Lewellyn was ar
raigned before Justice A A Noon today
on a charge of battery He pleaded guil i
ty and drew twenty days In the county
Jail The accused stated that he was at
the home of his wifeS father In Clinton
when some little trouble arose and during
the discussion he became enraged and
slapped his wifes face
POPULAR COUPLE MARRIED
Special to Th HeraldRppubllcan
Layton Dec 23Ray Corbridge and
Ruby Whltesldes were married today In
the Salt Lake temple A reception and I
dinner were given the couple this even I
ing at the home of the bride The groom
is bookkeeper for the Elk Coal company
of Elko Wyo and Is also a member of
the bishopric In Elko The bride is a
popular young lady In social and religious
circles and a daughter of M M White
sides present county commissioner
I AMUSEMENTS r
AMUSEMENTS TODAY
f Salt Lake theatre The Traveling
+ Salesman S15 p m +
+ Orpheum theatre Vaudeville 216 f
f p m and 815 p m +
f Colonial theatre Bearnard Daly in f
f Sweet Innisfallen 815 p m +
Shubert theatre Charles Cherry in +
f The Bachelor 816 p m f
f Mission theatre Imperial vaude
+ vllle 290 p m 738 p m and 98B +
+ pm +
+ i T1T
THE TRAVELING SALESMAN
Although not lIlt utoel enthusiastic
it was one of the best entertained au
diences of the season that witnesseu
The Traveling Salesman at the Salt
Lake theatre last evening The play is
a delightful comedy of the sort that
causes laughter and then more laughtei
and bursts of merriment long after tht
effect of the joke is supposed to have
passed away Its philosophy seems tu
be that you can catch more files with
honey than with vinegar that it is goo
to have an appreciation of humor and
that there are few things In life worth
taking seriously but when they are go
to it
ItVhats
Vhats a woman to do says Mrs
Babbitt
You cant live with men or without
themThere
There aint a man standing in shot
leather worth a womans tears
I never could trust a man who is so
all fired polite Taint natural
She talked so much I couldnt get a
word out of her
These are some of the amusing line
of the play Others that scored hits are
Oh blow the happy holiday season
A fellows liable to catch any old thing
with the pores of his heart standing
openUs and the soubrettes said the
drummer when weer on the level wh
belIeves It 1
Punish him in his pocketbook That
the worst punishment you can inflict 01
a man
The play is a plea for the commerci
traveler The one presented is whoft
souled genial facetious and suscepti
ble Not the type that Is usually con
veyed by the word drummer The rolf
of the traveling salesman Bob Blake
as Interpreted by Mark Smith has those
qualities of humor and dignity that best
redeem the character from the odium
sometimes cast upon It He enjoys life
but plays a fair game He wasnt bon
to be lonely but he respects a good
woman and incidentally falls In lovt
with her He beats a clever scoundrel
at his own game and wins the hand of
the woman he loves
Mr Smith is a capable actor and Is
deserving of much credit for his clever
Interpretation Miriam Xeebltt as Beth
Elliott was a favorite and played the
part of the charming country girl in de
lightful manner Mrs Babbitt taken
by Diana Huneker won applause for
the inimitable way In which she gnvr
her clever lines Another part that was
excellently done was that of Franklin
Royce by Clifford Stork As a drunken
quarelsome scoundrel he shows repres
sion and suotlety in his portrayal of the
role Ben cobb and John Kimball ar
parts that are also taken acceptably
The play is In four acts The flr
shows a country railroad station befor
the arrival of a train The second I j
played in the room of Bob Blake at the
country aotel Besides many amusinr
features there Is a poker game that
gives opportunity for some very stron
acting and It Is in this scene that th
I
ennembte work of the players ie par i
ioularly noted This Is a feature of the I i
production that Is exceptional and it I
is one that is often to be criticised in I
otherwise excellent performance Thl I
is not saying that the company Is uni i
Tormlv good but that the players work
together and stive an all round fine pre
Filiation In fact th rl do not s em to
be any star parts but tb plo ItwH 1 <
made the mot If The Telin i
Salesman may lx f = < = en at HIP th ntr
on Friday and Siturdny nIghts with
Christmas mnir
ORPHEUM THEATRE
Christn IVP and society night com
bined with an admirable bill that has
been plaed almost to capacity all week
Is expected to pack the Orpheum theatre
tonight The bill this week Is so varied
that nearly every taste that is geed finds
something to admire OH it
THEATRICAL COMPANY DE LUXE
J D VIon manager of the trip
which Harry Lauder the famous
Scotch comedian and his company are
taking across the country is in Salt
Lake arranging for the appearance of
the company at the Tabernacle There
will be two performances on January
S at 230 and SJO pT m Mr Vlon
says that the company will Include
fortytwo persons and it ie well
known that a special train is being
used The general Impression Is that
William Morris the great vaudeville
manager Is using this trip to stimulate
interest in the new vaudeville circuit
which Mr Morris Is establishing
through the United States from New
York to the Pacific coast
Mr Morris himself and his family
are with Mr Lauder and the others Jf
the company Mr Lauder baa with
him his wife and son the latter being
a youth of seventeen years An or
chestra Is I carried and Julian Bltlnge
the great impersonator of women char
acters is in the company Mr El
tinge himself is an attraction of stellar
magnitude and combined with Mr
Lauder and the others of the company
it will undoubtedly make for an after
noon and evening of entertainment
such as Salt Lake has not had in some
time Many stories have been printed about
the fabulous sum that is paid Harry
Lauder 8JI salary Many persons nave
guessed it at 1500 Others have gone
as high as 3000 and one New York
critic sent out the information that
he knew the exact sum to be 462i
This critlo says that Lauder signed to
play Sundays if necessary and that he
later refused to appear on Sunday and
so that the original 6000 was cut to
4625 as a punishment However It
certainly makes peculiar arithmetic in
view of the fact that Sunday Is admit
tedly the greatest drawing night of
the week and the further fact that
Lauder has appeared mostly in cities
where Sunday theatricals are not per
mitted Mr Vion says that Morris
pays Lauder 5000 each week
Julian Eltinge himself Is credited
with drawing 1000 each weekthat Is
his press agent credits him with It and
while It listens like a fairy tale the
genial press agent will quarrel with
you if you insinuate that it is a fairy
tale
COLONIAL THEATRE
Bernard Daly who la playing in Sweet
Innisfallen compose all the songs
which he sings during the showMr
Dalys latest success The Song of the
Dove was rendered by himself last
night and made such a hit that he will
sing it the balance of the week His en
gagement at the Colonial closes with the
performances Saturday afternoon and
night
ilsis HOPKINS
J R Stirling manager of Miss Rose
Melville who created the character of
Sis Hopkins and who will be seen for the
eleventh season In the play of Indiana
country life has published a note of
warning to the managers throughout the
country that he alone controls the rights
to the title of Sis Hopkins and that
he is the manager of Miss Melvilles
tours This announcement has been made
necessary by the number of road com
panies I which attempt to pirate the title
and play and send out misleading an
nouncements to the effect that Sis Hop
kiss would be seen in a new play
THE VAGABOND KING
It Is a winning scapegrace the news
paper correspondent who Is pitchforked
Into A throne against his will in the ro
mantic play The Vagabond King He
has a philosophy all his own and his
impudence and his careless bearing in the
most trying situations always wins his
audience Alfred Swenson who plays the
role In the company which opens at the
Shubert on Sunday night is perfectly
suited to it and will astonish his friends
here who have seen him in heavier char
acters Miss Lorle Palmer a dainty act
ress will play the princess the making
love to whom goes far to reconcile the
vagabond to even being a king The
Vagabond King will be at the Shubert
all of next week
MISSION THEATRE
In spite of the fact that Christmas Is
only two days away two packed houses
greeted the bill at the Mission last night
and enjoyed the excellent bIll that holds
forth at the new playhouse Lavelle
Grant In a series of gymnastic stunts are
proving to be the stellar attraction al
though John Sturgeon in the Starkham
Divorce Case is a close second There
will be a matinee today
Many fancy and tnicknoller skaters
have performed m Salt Lake but It is l
safe to say that none has been received
with more acclaim than the team of
Green and Kimball opening an engage
ment at the Auditorium rink last night
With rare grace and skill they per
formed thirty or forty difficult feats on
th llttn wheels and many of th tricks
are original For the most part the pair
work together but there are also hid
vidual acts one of the most Interesting
being the heel glide by Mr Kimball To
gether they do the cake walk Dutch and I
Spanish twostep double Jump heel and l i
toe sway and grapevine Dutch roll and
figure eight Gliding on the toe rollers i i
they waltz to perfect time with the mu
sic The performance occupies about Of1 I
teen minutes and was received last even >
Ing with marked Interest by a large
I
crowd of skaters and spectators The
engagement lasts until nurdy evening
with a Saturday matinee During the
holidays there will be a matinee every
da y except Sundays
p
ARRANGE STUDIES I
FOR BUSY PEOPLE
Brief Courses of Instruction
for Farmers Business Men
and Others
Detailed outlines of the courses of
fered for busy farmers business men
and their wives by the Agricultural
college of Utah have been made out and
the short course arranged to extend
over a period from January 17 to April
2 of next year Tbeee courses have been
prepared especially for the busy men
and women who can spare only a few
weeks in the middle of the winter
The Farmers Roundup convenes
for two weeks from January 17 The
first week will be devoted to studies la
agronomy entomology and horticulture
Livestock breading feet and judg
ing will be the subject for the second
weeks study and Dr C F Curtis
dean and director of the Iowa Agricul
tural college will be one of the special
lecturers for the roundup
The housekeepers conference will be
a special feature of the course from
January 21 to February 5 The women
will be instructed in practical and scien
tific housekeeping methods Admission
to each of the courses is 1 to t2 Fol
lowing Is the schedule
The Farmers Roundup January 17
to January 29 1J 10 Dairying January
34 to February 19 1910 Horticultural
Inspection January 24 to February 6
1910 Poultry Management January 24
to February 19 1910 Housekeepers
Conference January 24 to February C
1910 Forestry January 4 to March 12
1910 Commerce January 4 to April 3
1916 Mechanics Art January 4 to April
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