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J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1012. 3 DEPARTMENT 2jC;2 Washington Ave. Ind. Phone GO J. Office Hours 8 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. in. to 8 p. in. fill PUK ffiWNY IMPROVEMENTS 'iftjii Ask Oden Commission- jers for Suitable Appropria (jjl tii m t oirn on Work. jaWi.. !" r 1" rKnpEX. inn. Within the next few 'JjHj the'im.iv.i park enmrr.lf sl'-nors fJjKpe'tuU.,. i;.' '-I . "'.tim,!--: !..ii-rs f i QUiWptrk".- : " PUDjK park ' 1 1 uliirly jJStis "f another public :gpK of t , ,-i-v I'- I'l.i.v- .JKnH LI! "t t PHtl ally nGi"Km ' ' ' : "9n, of Hi.' ' illlr-n. Tlv park board " Ugff io 'I- io Improve a plot s'"tasiind ' '? l!l'M''r ",!r "' Twenty-ninth mK m : t!i-.v r.- f ! ehall ff?JKid r... ii, vnii i, s hys of Ogden and ntSK K' ' bBt n'ltiii- ; Yen l-r S'-ii-ii; uperlntendent Of m" n.vk- ,'i"l from a tour vfHuv . ' tv '.iI i mi -m.1 Is con- ihKad "' '-xf.-i itn-ntlnr '."'Ws.-.rMi : ' .4'a-:f i" f -C R n ml?' 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I: fj " f" ,:ik. i'... . . ljoys fc. '", 1 '" l.itvl i,nn until WLiu':L' niv-iii'.. . ,,,:( oa ... ,. MbTv.1. i, ' ' 1 "" 1 I" court before, mL HOV TO GET FAT vK, SnvK-p :--,,v s hramni Joinn-on 00 Good Flcsli. M Im1 1 'N ' i" In st idnce that .11 IMPP ofl.-rcl as I,, i ho nor, of a M ai,. in. pi in. i,..-1 ho.l of ma'Kio" g jtlWfSti.r,,,.. hoalth. Ib.n f;.l ".P,tli.'"- v'nr" ''iriicd to an cx PfmT " :' " Mllt 'n ' the vi I MLf"",- iTr,u' ""'i lo-t i f-r it w.-.ul.i n nf "fcvr ' ' ' ' ;" 1 io r.-ja.n tA rb- tl-', by using 3EB r,M"n,ic "oo.J ia ai aM f n- w""n ftit.-rs tin- lWpPi'; 't iio)... ii, ,.ri,n8 to aaslm- .OI.Kth" ln"' ar,. .-vtnu't tii" flesB pwJfcng olPmnt: it hnil.lp up th" IHf fln-l rouioK out (,0 liuil, into M'v PhimpnrRs. gjMr0"" 'Mi -.. ' ,''M6 "'" I- ;.. 1 1 -.n.j ro torine jBSIaMWk nn-1 run down In Ftr.Mi.rth 'Mf?th thflT i-hramm-JfthnBon, M'i,"' Btor!!p' U." popular druc Zi Mb t.'lr their personal (fuar W n,l- r T.?r'',V"' S'.'V' f Utah.- ;'Hte',I)r,,;r-;;;;-.'" - .fe",r,Vr ''IJoiiaf 1m kal.?f i ' 'itHM' "l-;h?"f,,u"M ' i ' ' i ! I' beFre- lfi;i)-';: K'1 te JIL NOTICE. MlaWnv;"'''' r'1"-' -"-t-b-bleni of 1IC ' V T , Mlnlnif ,.or. lllBuine, - V-- " '"''ton or such wm I W "l:'v ,aw'hy mm bo Shy rc.. m V ,lR: oflu, the Slori.; "8,M-nioi un!!.!ln. Den- -IMC Hr?,r ' n '" 'T! day yW of the d.i!v Wcat Mnlna i om- SHOWS GOOD WORK Report of Ooden Chamber of Commerce Urpr-. Advertlslnq of City. Special to v i g Tritnm . OODKN. Ian It From the anntiw1 rop.irt of j. j. Bruraraltt, secretary of the Oluunbat pi Ootnmarci H Is ap parent that this organisation haa bean iiiort to tbo Intaratta ol the eltj durlna the vonr. and Ji.-ih accomplished much Lo wards iii" advertisement and advance tni n t of its nods. Amonc other ihlnw the report points to Offtlen's peculiar advantages a resort center uwlnji lo its Incomparable MImate, nronderful scenic attractions and easy sec ess to the canyons and moun tain watering places. Mui ii space Is given In "c report to Ogden'a i. k pf ludiclous advertising. It says thai no point in tbc United statos bs bad lass effective exploitation :!ian Ogden, ami that a a result city prop erty Is Rheaper r; than In any city of nice sir.- and opportunity in the west Mr. Brummltl urges a wide awake cam paign tn n nedy this defect. PLACE FOR BROWNING. Ogdens Former Chief of Police to Su pervise All City Departments. .spi-dai lo Vnc Tribune. OGDEl?, Jan. IK. -Tlmt Chief of Po lice Thomas EC Brownings who yester day handed in his resignation as bad of the police department of Ogden eity lifter serving i't that capacltj for nunc than tn yeara will be prominently Iden tified with t be city administration in 'be capacity of supervisor f n de partments, w.-i- learned today. Although nimbrrs of tho ,ifv commlsfion decline to discuss the matter at tbis time, it IS' know,, that Mr. Browning will Vie appointed to .i responsible office soon to be created. i Is said that ibe new duties nf tiic retiring chief of police will bs s general supervision of all de partments, and thai he win in reality be a member es officio of 'be board of commissioners acting in an advisory capacity, but with no voice in the de liberations of tiii commission vgden Pioneer Dies. .Sr.cftal to Too Tribune OODBN, Jan After four weeks of Illness from icnkapo of the heart, Mrs. '"iroiin.'i it. Pry, widow of the late John Pry, die,i Mt her home, :uo Eighteenth Street, at 6 o . liv k tln niornlnc Mrs Fry was born in Ohio January ::, istt. She came to Utah In il with h.-r par ents and lived for a I line 1,, Sail Lake. Inter movlhg t.. Ogden, where sh" had lived for lln- pasl fortj -tr. Iter hus band, the Into John Fry was "iigaffed in the brewery business at Ogden for a number of years. Mrs Charles Lar son, a daughter, was at her bedside when the end came, n.r funeral serv ices will tie held Wednesday, the linv and place to be announced isier Industrial School Lecture. Special to Tnc Tribune. OGDEN, Jan 28 Prof, James A. Smith, proprietor of the Smithsonian Business college or Ogden, spoke to the boys and cirU of the state Industrial school at the regular Sundaj afternoon Services today "The Measure of a Man" was hi subject. Professor Smith told his youthful audience what const i. tuted tm.- manhood and woman It I and offered some excellent advice to the In mates of the reformatory. A musical programme, In which the boys and girls of tin- school participated, was given during the services. Impressive Funeral. 8p . lal to Tne Tribune. OODBN, Jan. 28. -Impressive funeral Services for Mrs. Nettle F. Craig, who died at her home. 188 Seventeenth site,.t Inst Friday, after a protracted Illness, wen- held at the First efethodfst church ...I ...: o'llock this a'tenioon The Rev, Frederick Vfnlng Fisher was in chaXffe of the servlcea The phurch was crowd ed with friends and relatives of ihe he- i.-ive,i clubwoman Appmnriute select Ions w.re given by tb church choir, as sisted by Ln wiener (Jreenwell. soloist Burial was In the Mountain view cemetery. David M. Pingree Buried. Spedol to To" Tribune. OGDEN Jan. 28. Following Impres sive funeral services at ihe Second ward meeting house this afternoon at 2 O'clock, the body of David M Pincrce was laid In Its last resting place at tin City cemetery. Bishop B, a. Bingham Of the WllSOtl ward conducted the perv- lees. The speakers were Prank strat ford, Presiden t C. P Mlddleton, Presl ifn James Wotherspoon and A,lva Sco viile. a dffubhj quartette from 'he Og den tabernacle choir sang several ap proprlate numbers. The pallbearers were John Pingree, i"i Pingree, Jr., Frank Pingree, William Burton, Louis Zltzman and John P. Barton, Cflasmann on Stunip. si ". !.,! to The Tribune. OGDEN, inn. -Former May,,; Wil liam Glasmann has begun a lecture tour of I'tah which will extend i,, Nevada, Colorado and other states of the Inter mountain region bofore summer. The erstwhile chief executive of Ogden City i championing no- cause of progressive Republicanism and the candidacy of Robert La PoUette tor president oi the United States. lie begun hl lecture rinir ar Kaysvlle, iais county. Since then hi has spoken at Parr West, Mar rioit and other sections of Weber county. Former Teacher a Visitor. Special to T.ie Tribune. OGDEN Jan. 2K. Afler a vllt vith Superintendent and Mrs. F. M Prls. of he l'lah school for the deaf Hnd blind. Atv. and Mis. David M. Cooper i,nv- gona to Moabt where they win make their future home. Mrs, Cooper Is a sister of Mrs. DrlggS, and was formerly employed as a teacher at the deaf and mind school, Mr. and Mrs, Co., per were married In Salt lnke a week iifco- Takon Home, for Burial Special "i Tne Tribune OGDEN, Jan. 28. Accompanied by mem bora of the family, the body of the late Addison P. Miiin will be taken east to Ann Arbor, Mich., his former home, tomorrow. Mr Mills died at tbn home of bis sou, ir. f,. P, Mills, Saturday morning after s short illness. The fu nera services- win be held at nn Arbor. BENEFIT FOR BUM.) BRINGS GOOD RESULTS Tit- officers and directors of the Auxil iary dSSOelalli.il i onducthii; u fading room for 'be blind, under whose auspices Saturday's benefit reception wus given a thi Hotel Utah, report that the affair was successful In I'vi'iv way. Announcement of the winning noinbers Is the lottery contest for the disposal ol s handsome quilt, the work of the blind, was mad" yesterdn! The numbers ars 146 ft and 3. If the bolder Of No 146 (ioeH not put In a claim for tlW quilt, the holder of No. ! win be declared the winner In en.- th, holder of No. :is does not appear, 68 will be declared the winning number. The claim musi be placed with Miss Joanna Sprague, president of in. association, at the free public library on State street Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTQ R I A Dependable servants maids, cooks, waitresses, governesses, second cirls all look to the Want Columns to pro vide them employment and opportuni ties for advancement, Tribune Want Ads. Bell Wasatch 6200, Independent 360. I Secret and Fraternal Societies Woodmen of the World. Utah amp No. 838. The regular week ly meeting nf .,m:p members was held last Wednesday. The attendance was bii ec. and there w ere also present many visiting mam bars from Colorado camps, The usual routine business was pre-.s.-'hte, ,,nd disposed of as quickly as possible, io enable those present to wit ness the wrestling match scheduled as a part of the evening's entertainment. The wrestlers were B. B. Heagreu and Don Smith. Heagren secured the tlrst fa,n. but Smith was the final victor af ter a hard struggle, bringing his oppo- !,. nt to ill.. it twice i" twenty min utes. F. A Keyworth concluded the entertainment by reciting several seise ions from Kipling's works. Camp No. w. 0 W. met in regu lar session Tuesda" evening The Inl- tlation was In charge of an enlarged team, under Captain Headmen, who has enlisted many new members in the team. The death of John Peterson, a hichK esteemed member, who had filled with "redlt and honor the highest office in the sjlft of the camp, was reported. The bulldltiK con mittee reported prog ress and It (a expected that the foun dation of the new structure srfll be completed this month. Clerk McKcllei read an Interesting let ter frn-n Ffead Consul rtoak. showing thai the year 1 B 1 1 wns the l.iesi since PviT!. The Isrgest membership increase teas Rl per cent. Garfield, Utah, cialm inir the honor Much credit for the growth of the Garfield camp is given to B. B. Kavanaugh, district manager. Consul Boak's letter also showed that ths available asseta are now nearly 86.000,000. About 6000 members were enroll,-, during the last three months of 1011, and the total membership of the order is now placed nt 110.000. Desert Camp 160 had an Interest ing n eetlng last Thursday evening. The neighbors were out in full force and after the ceremony of Introduction was over took up some Important business matters, if any of the neighbors have any doubt about flits being a live camp vou are requested to come to the next meeting and start something The mem bers are all trimmed up for a lively campaign commencing February I un der the auspices of ths "Boost ci com mittee." There will lie many novel features use, hi the campaign. that win Interest new timber. Come uj. neighbors, and join In. Tou are wel come. Yeomen. Salt Lake homestead No. nr.;. Rrotb- erhood Of American Yeomen, bold its regular business meeting last Thursdaj evening In Yyman hall at Sail Lake Labor temple Second Bast si n et There waa a in:-e attendance. There were jive applications for membership and four initiations. The following members have i.e. n presented with meritorious service buttons by Ihe grand foreman. William Koch: Valentine Ileinze, Job,, it. Ford J. Everett Sccly, Minnie M. Bern'nlael. Lee a. Foster. William J. Morton and James H Harrison. The foi lowlng members '.islie.i Ogden last week, the occasion i.'Iiil' the Installation of the officer, of the linden homestead Mr. and Mrs. J Everett Seely, Mi-, .and Mrs D. M Bernhlsel and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Ehrlch. They returned enthusiastic in their praise of the archers of the Og den homestead for the reception and ban quet given in their i-on.T. The degree! staff will go to Murray February fi to Initiate a larcc class of candidates. Brot'ner Ren Hlg-boo has recovered from his Injun and is out of the hospital. Urol her Men Jerome who was operated upon for appendicitis at the St. Marks hospital last week, is Improving. Mem bers of the degree team should be pres ent ii'"-1 Thursday evening, as there will be -i large claat of candidates for Initia tion. w ednesday ntghi s session of Wasatch lodge No 8100, Brotherhood of Ameri can yeomen was characterized In- a .lance and musical entertainment Ths meeting was shortened ao as to allow tl a arpenters' union the use of ih. ball, and an Imitation was extended the union men to join In the festivities. Those who did not wish to dance played cards Tables and other accommoda tions were provided by the carpenters. The event of the week in lodge circles was the surprise party tendered G. C. Romnlgu at his home last Monday even ing a party of thlrtj met by appoint ment and proceeded to the guest's home, loaded down with delicacies of every kind. The evening was spent in cud playing, an.l an i xcellent programme was rend red. Modern Woodmen oi America. Bxcelslor camp No. 10892, M. W A., held another rousing meeting last Tues day evening Pour new application! were received, mukin? i.ne than tweutr five In all since January I. A class lnitintlon la being planned for the near future The entertainment committee is .'.irrinInK lor a dance at an cub date. The Foresters team under Captain Uo'.b well, reporta splendid progross, only .ne or twri places remaining to make up the full membership of sixteen. At the i . o. f. bail last Tuesday evening the officers-elect or Great Bait Luke i 'amp No 10.071 were Installed h Acting Head Consul ii. X. HOW, as sisted by Acting Head ISecort s. A. Morning Atixlliary Camp No, tftr.s, fx. N. A., also met in joint session with the Woodmen camp '" Install Its offi cers for the ensuing tenn Aboul two hundred persons were present to wit ness the icood work, and a spirit of good feeling prevailed. Following the Installation of elective officers f the two camps, thi members adjourned to the banquet hail and enjoyed a feast, as the guests Of R. N. A. and the offi cers of the camp, The 'Wasrner or chestra furnlsnod music for ihe occa sion. Everyone present pronounced the aff..ii a success The regular meeting will be held Tuesday evening. All mem bers are nrared lo attend, a matters of Important a are to be determined. Royal Neighbors of America. Salt i-iko Valley Camp No. "07. . ill meet Thursday night at M, W. A. hall There will be initiation to encourage the new officers who will till their re SpootlVe stations for the first time- All members of the team are requested to be there promptly at B o'clock. A ban- quel and entertainment In charge of Neighbors Saunders, Bergfeld and Ken nedy IK be given In honor of Neigh bor Grace wise, who baa been appointed state deputy. The hearty support ami beat Millie. .,r this camp ro with her In l-ur nc n.:,i of labor. I'eath claimed another one n the membors, Neighbor Cora A. Beer, last Wednesday at Long Beach. Cal, She leaves besl.b-s n host of friends In this . It a husband and two small children, to whom this camp extends sincere sym pathy. Neighbor s ai i slowly im proi iu- G. A. R. Member! ol laraoa B McKean Corps No. i, w h C.j win be entertained at a can) social Thursday c f i ornoon by Mr.. W, H, Jones, at her home 281 South Th'id IDast street. Mrs. Harry Haines Will avslfi tile bnstec. r Ml be , . of ,,! alUed organisations and their elOse friends have ben invite,. Grand army veterans have bsen extended a special in-ltat Ion, The Maxwell-Mt bean po.t No I will hold a rejrniar meeting in Its hall on POStOfflea place next Saturday night, February '!. Though tliere was a fair at tendance at the iaat meeting Hie com miunier ,1-sire-i a much larger ns at this meeting, and every member is urged to be present Maccabees. r.a.-t Thursday right being regular Bee end and third ,b ur-c night, the beau-' tifu work wan exemplified on three an didates. The new members of the team taking ths principal parts ire gradually Improving, and 'he work was given al most Without ; hltCh Thi coming month promises to be a banner one 'It7i tent No. 2. as State Commander Wight has. bj no means. been idle, und a large number st ap Iplleatlona are ready to si-n. Toe largest crowd of the season was presant to witness the work and snjoy the othei good things this tent always ofXera Commander Wl::ht passed around Popular Head of M accabee Hive No. 11 MRS. CHARLES LIVINGSTON. some prospect blanks to every member j and hie Is expected to have one filled lout by the next meeting night Next Thursday night promises i,, be a live one. a" Sir Knight Kardle;.- has yn.- vlded ti wrestling match, which will Occur soon as Ihe lodge business Is over. There will be two or three fine "bouts" between well known experts of the sport. i The uniform rank Is now holding regu- I lar meetings and drills every Wednes day evening In one of the smaller halls. The joint committee on entertainment I win met nei Thursdaj evening, when I plane for ihe next en i ert a m men i will j be perfet led. Every member wants to be present State Commands Wight 'c,,os io Ogden this week to install the officers of the tent there Ladies of the Maccabcos. The members of Banner Hive No 11 gave a birthday party to Mrs C. Liv ingston, commander, Prldas afternoon at the home of her mother. Mrs. Joseph Smith, a broche was presented to the I guest Of bono,- by Mr. Marie Derrafa On behalf of the hive in recognition of Un faithful service of the commander, iirldge and "."00" Were played and prises were won by Mrs. . Joseph Saxman, Mrs. Bird and Mrs. Haddington Refreahmenta were served in one hundred ladles who j called during the afternoon. A great I many charter members were In attend- I a.'lce. Lillian Hollister hive, No, 15, Ladle's of the Maccabeea, win hold regular review In Eagles1 hall Thursday evening, Feb ruary. All members arc requested to at tend, .as Installation of officers will take ! place, , Salt Lake City ULo No. t bad a splendid meeting hi the last review. j There win w- no review Wednesday, but oommlttei meeting will be held" next Thursday evening at 1 O O- F. hall. All the commltteea of the L, O. T M ami K. 0 T. M. are asked to attend promptly at s p. m. The joini committee will give a ball on February 22, Liberty hive No. 9, L. o. T. M. will hold public installation of officers Wednesday evening, January 31, at s o'clock In K. of P hall, 128 Last Third South street. . cordial in citation is ex tended to the ladles of nlves No?, i ii and 15 and lo the Sir Knights of tenls Nus. 2 and 1!? The candidates are asked to b present at V.l'i o clock. Women of Woodcraft. Silver Maple Circle No io? held a public Installation of officers in I o. 0 F. hall last Friday evening. Those pres ent were entertained by the young ladies' band, and the soloists on the. programme Included Humbert Prince, violinist; Mrs. McFall, pianist. Miss Bllwood. elocutionist; Miss Addle Prank, pianist, and H Hernick, reader. The circle will nlve a "hard times" ball and supper n the evening of February 18. All are invited to attend. salt Lake Circle No met last Mondaj evening with Guardian Neigh bor Hobdaj presiding The Installation of officers took place, following which an Interesting program m e was rendered. To night the i trele will give a "leap year" dance in Baglee1 hall Admission will be 26 cents. The public la Invited to at tend and an cr, icvablc evening is prom ised. I. O O F. The largest attendance in Its bisiory whs the rSQOrd of Salt Lake Lodge No. i, I. O. O- P., b'st Friday night. The third degree was put on and Staff Captain .Sug- flen mid tenm certainly made n record for tine work Next. Friday night the month stalls with the Initiatory. The Veteran Rebekaha will give a raid social In l O- O. F. bail Wednes day afternoon at - o'clock A larg. at tendance I- expected. Jordan 1 ,odgi- No. ."! ill confer t!i flrsi degree tonight On several candidates. I The degree Staff Is In flue trim to do the work. Tiie 1o1kc b honored by a visit from Hie g,.nni master "H Feb ruary IS It is expected all members will be present. Frate I 1 Broth evhood . Sego Lily b'dge. T. F 1 "... No, 262 hei.) its regular meeting las! Thursday even ing. It was Interesting and Instructive. There wore a good many In attendance who have not been to lodge for several months, which goes t" slioa thai the lodge as B body Will givi the new offi cers Its milted support. The drtll team, under Ho- guidance of Captain Taylor, I performed creditably. Noxt Thursday i evening there will be a card part) given nt the lodge rooms. All members and their friends are cordially invited. Mem bers arc requested to conic early, as llc ie 1 be a. diorl Session Of the ladgf to '.biigit. a number of candidates, F. O.-E. PridaJ veiling's srsloi, of Sail Lake Aeria No. 61 was marked by a splendid attendance and the initiation of two new members, R. n Williams and W. H, Brown. Among the vlaltlng Ragftea who Were present wert John Wc.ier of ifliy, Nov., I! M. Hodge of McGIll, Nov., Da vid .Toms of Honna, Wyo.. and J. it. Martin of Wallace, Ida, So successful was the hail given by the aerie January ifi that the eagles are planning another for St. Patrick's da . Rebek.ahs. The body of Sarah (ngersOlL Who died! nl Sacramento, Cal., -'nda .latumry '.'fi. win arrive In Salt like this morning. Funeral aerviees slll be held under the j ! auspices of the Rebekaha of sait Lake j Time and plaei u til he given later. Fraternal Aid. Thf Fraternal Aid SSSOCjatlofl will bold regular nvOni!; everj Tnesda;. even ing in K. of p, hall, beginning st 8:16 o'clock Moose The Ladles' auxiliary to the Moose will meet in regular aession tonight In Moose ball All m.-mbers .are requested J to . present. Lo.-ai Lode. No 259, L. O. O. M. did not bold regular meeting loi-t Thursday mOf Oriental Rugs, Laces, Kimonos, Brasses, Lin ens, etc, at way below regular prices, to make room for tremendous importations of new goods arriving daily. Practically your own price on any xlX, article in the 3tore. Cjj Reliability is the feature of IJ Genuine in every respeel is the S. J- Nicholas store, giv- the Nicholas stock, every ar ing announcements unusual ticle a direct importation, weight with those who $5,000 worth of fine Irish laces know. on exhibition. Empvorcer of Oriental Rugs 52 L Third South I Hilllllasllli III mrlll llli III llllll I'MII laslaaslll'talHII II I OJJBbk venlrig, bin gav e a pot lal and dance I to all members and their lady friends A la ice and Jolly crowd was present and ail had an enjoyable time. Re freshments were served in the banquet ball. Last Tussday evening the degree team gave a dance to members of the or.b i' and theil friends and there was i h good attendance. The ntxi dance to ; be given lo- the team will probably be Washington's birthday, February All members or the team are requeeted to be present Tuesday evening t T:r.o 0 - lock as a special drill will be held. Royal Highlanders. Utah castle No. a.".S met in regu sr Session. All Officers wore prerent ex cept one, whom illness pre"-nted from attending ll was i'e: Ided to abrogat.' former action and not bold nubile In Btallatlon nex; Tuesday night. All team members have beep requested to up- , pear prepared to don their kilts. The lodge Intends giving a card so. ial in j the near future The hoard of managers , made its b ami -annual report, which I showed the lodge to be n ex.-ellent con- I dltion. Special Invitations have been extended to all local Highlanders to, visit Hie Labor tempi-, l.'.l Mm 111 Sec- ' Ond East street Danish Brotherhood. Apollo lodge held :n Interesting meet-- ing lasi Prlday n'sjlit. The newly or ganized degree team bad Its lirsr. drill, with Captain John S. M. Chrlstensen in charge. One application for benefit mem bership was r.-ielv,..i ami acted upon audi the low iale of members!,.;-. f:r- wz.s ex- 1 tended to Ma- I. 1012 The lint,, of the masquerade ball, which was jilanned to be t;i'. frn Fi bruaty 16, bas ii"e,i changer to Thursday, February 15. Everybody Is Invited to join the Apollo members In having a Jolly time. Danish Sisterhood. ihe members of lodge "Utah" No. ;!' are busy planning a series of entertain ments for the lodge members and friends to he givn soon. First of these Will be a leap year dance on Wednesday, Jan uary 31, in the i 0 O P. building. The amusement committee Is busy arranging for the lodge annlvcrsarj to be celebrat ed by its members in I. O- O. V. build-1 ing on February 6 Ths next regulai meeting of the lodge will be held Fri day. February -. Visiting members, an; always welcome. Pythian Sisters. Hermion temple No, B, Pythian Bisters, will hold its regular session on Prlday nlgbr February 2. at K. of P. ball. IH'i Second lEast site.:. The meeting will commence st B o'clock. good atten dance is desired. Silent Unity. The Ladles of the Silent Unity will meet c. ei. Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Alice B. Parker, 107 North Main street., commencing at 8:30 o clock. All are cordially invited. &&&:in Powder Absolutely Fuiw 1 The Hub of gj Business Walker Brothers Bankers Oldest Intermoimtain Bank. Bank here by mail from anywhere COLONIAL i TONIGHT, MAT WEDNESDAY, j ioho Court Announces IN "TWO WOMEN." Evenirc prlcea Itk fleer, first rows, jL'.a'. next li rows. 11 f.0; last . rowa 11.00 Balcony -Flrsi I rows. 75c balnnc ."i0c. Oallery, 2?c. Friday and Saturday. Mat Saturday. PUCCINI'S GRAND OPERA, "THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST." Prices Boxes. 13.00; lower floor. I first 10 rows, ?3.oo . nsxt 6 rows, 1C.50. Inst ; rows, $2.00. Balcony, first 6 rows, $2.00. balance ?l.,a iJallery. fi. Beat Bale starts tomorrow. if3i " fivincJ rest wK icK cornes ' ;; from the use of purest PTNVv.'oi bsrk7: fftSl 1 mountain trook -v'atcr in Wfe aBsaasswsfiS br-'lri? Becker? H fcg Beer. "Better Ly test than Becker's Best 1 I TKe beer for all TKe true Kealtk food beverage for table use or between meal nounsbingf tpatisfying. Write for price list OrJer Direct rrom B I irckcrircuiin&Illalfiiiiia S H SALT US iTttflulnlll LAKE 13 llEl BLiAWAaR TONIGHT Tuesdn..;gbt';d Wcd- Matinee Wednesday. Jos Webet presepta fJeo. V. Hobaurt'd BJngUab version -.f ttu- world's best nvusb-ai comedy, ALMA WHERE DO YOU LIVE? By Paul Hare. Mu;l.' by Jean Brlouet. With ('has. a. Murray, Nannetts Flack. Aubrey Vales and an exceptionally brilliant supporting company, Prices. 25c to M-80. Mat. 2c to $1.00. Sat sale now en. Salt Lake's Lending Vaudeville Houso. This Week THEATER MRS. GARDNER CRANE AND COMPANY. Dave Genaro and Bailey Raj Cunnlnaviam and Marion. Rubv Raymond and Co. Flying Wards Bent a DyrU Corrigam and Vivian. Matinee Daily C 700 Seat. W M9 Every Evening flitl m- A Good Seat mm Bgq Moa esutlful production ever k made here of . I 1 THE CRISIS j ; By WINSTON CHURCHILL, fi&j Matinesa Thursday and Saturday. I 1 Newt Week. "Alias Jimmy Valentine." oULLI 'J AN CON SI DINE Greater Advanced Vaudeville 1 NAT FIELDS CO. In I TODAY "The Glrl Btblnri ti-e TOUAY Counter. ' 2 30 FAMOUS JOE TINKER y 3 Q Dolph and Susie Levlno and Donahue and Stewart I S-15 Owen Wright Mauds and Gill Phctopla" . Regular 10c MatlneejOaliy ift H Empress 20c I 500 IIK Prlcea 30c 1 Parquet SestSSI f.