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mountain News
Lme at Sisters' School
ted as Tribute to De
ll ceased Student.
affTTY Juno 1. --The tbirtj
ancemcnl anniversary ui St.
Kton' school in ibis city ivaa
Kerch v afternoon m tbe. class
nunme had boon arranged, but
Kbe death of Miss Adeline
uxer.-i.-o? w """iTt.-.l 1
'Kromotioii !ihtri!.ule. to
"Leral of M'-? Adeline Rmke
Kb afternoon at C o'clock
InaflCathohc church :ind was
UHtended. Tho -'-r:,l uffenngs
HEful. Music whs furnished
Eterr.' P'-loo! ch.-.ir ?n, Miss
fsKfluniiinS1'1- sane a -'do.
ISirht while home
Hfell and broke his :irm above
L7 Tho fractured mem her ivw
Hq by Dr. Brownine and (he
KTof 1-S-anci? S. Pox. a for-
!JKt of Park City, who died in I
giuid:;'. vr.. 1 r-" 1" t I- .
oorninfT ''or burial. J11'' i
'4Kt bid 1 f1-- 1 1;nr; -f
Kw. Trcam ofliciating. ;
Hearer- were "'h pries K.
Kgr, T). Blond, Robert Kim
'Wsaddon. L. r. H;f b.-rd ard"
-Lecomptiv and Mrs. L,
p Ufa "F F TTolmoF, Mrs
Krell and Charles E. Streoi of
K came up to attend the fu-
of rleariDg tbe site l or 1 b
IKdfTal Mn ! d i erect ed
yHfcy is on in earnest and the
K ef tfie oM Hank building
Egr been rar.ee . A force of
fcty men i? at work and by
'TWjs expected v.y-: r r rovern
HSing will be eompTeten'.
MAN makes escape
H&tven Hearlnc as to Her San
n,ipy Not Yet Found.
Hjnne 18. There was to have
sanity hearing; In the district ,
Hktro today at 2 p. m. before
jpan of the board of county j
Hits, David T. Lewis, and two:
IBwhlch did not take place for I
ItBl subject to be examined. D.
eompanled by iwo broth
Nt Provo from Spanish Fork '
UBjr morning train, with Jen
1 'Mpr married woman about '
Bage, ao with the v.'-.m.ui pi"
Aflfe county cierk'a office, where
Ift1 orn to by on" of tho
vlBirgln? Mrs, Spooner with In-
Jrary legal arrangements were
Bs to hold the examination
TirfBt but before -.hat hour :r
AiUHPWed Insane woman had ;is-
Htip to t. late h'-.jr h.-i.j not
Btoie In Years Thieves Are
lt Box Elder Capital.
I Htbe Tribune
Iflf CITY, Ju:,.- ic .;.Yr the
Pjnaiiy year- hiirfflai-s have
fc In the residence district
PBA. residence burglary is so
j Wt Mr, and Mr;. R, L. Fish
iA re shi'i.'L-f-'i ;...--r. r .c-y rn
lllvome. Fourt-i s-.ui'i and Main
I other night shortlv after 10
thai a thief had been
' - entered the
n burglar went out the back
Jgatlor. a lady's watch was
, '--PMonglng .- d of Mr and
. P)i which cor.iair.ed between
It BrThe man wa disturbed be
BWabfl looting the iu?e and
aa repnrtr-j mis3ln?r.
UWP ba8 whooping congb
8tHb keep the cough looe and
ft easy by giriu g ( J. a ra
rfn Remedy as may be
remedy will rilso Liquify
fclttcous and make it easier
P' It i! aa be en u 1 s i j c -Q(jf
W mny epidemics and is
dlB- Port-ale by all dealers.
Pi . ce, after-
g3 btatea consul her-, re
...iE1.0 from General liste
ClEni, f'T- Pi-o'--tii'K In I ilo
HY aga.ta.st the conduct or
, iilHi; v r,'i- 'h-it at.
? "Cli iafua?. a fe.ibijrb of El
-JKi!!f northfeast of Santiago,
SPC. PB buTr"'-d 1-0 hou.Sffi
trr:fl n'tl Wt'": totally un
J revolution ,t the same
Br,? J1 '-'her .-tnd h);- two
.J(tth,ai f the atrr.rlflos of
p Jrn, !OP' itlr.ii.. hr- will
, ffc h fal"M bis will, to
KhMrr '' i' '' " '" '"!
J becomLnK Rr-ner.-il
'nHp,'fnr.l.m ,-ar s,.,.ur
Oriente, whre the ne-
j Jewels Stolen.
IK1''"'' iloeJ !,('
Wthe ,.,Um'1 ,ftdt nl-ht from
K Bfaker of Chi.thp., pt
Kut'ler"'' 'i"r'- William
off. !KuPd Th;it vesi
F, 01earB Compioodon.
the htnSt orVfaea
!,f,n that comes off.
BtUentf . cream
KS biemil ;,":'!""-
fcHa'nrioi,j';,'f: 'i,r-r-
SSa;.lar,'5r .e 50cnUr
Frederick D. McDonald, Black
smith and Weather Prophet,
Suddenly Stricken.
.Special to The Tribune.
BINGHAM, June 18. Roderick D. Mc
Donald, uiif i.f tin- l-esl-Uimw n men In
camp, was found dead In lil.s room at
I he Model rooming house this morning'.
Heart falimo wns the cause of death.
McDonald bad lived in Bingham thirty,
five years. He was . blacksmtth, though
he was heller known as the local weath
er prophet, having sal I ;i practical
knowledge of local weather Indication
during his lont; residence here. He made
his forecasts with a degree of accuracy
rivaling those of the government weather
bureau officials.
One sister. Miss Mary McDonald, sur
vives him. .She llvs at Antigonish, Nova
Scotia, where McDonald was born. Mc
Donald is believed to have Pft a for
tune of about $30,000, representing the
savings of n lifetime.
Brigham City Will Give Warm Welcome
to Commercial Men.
.Special tr, The Tribune.
BBIGHAM CITY, June 18; Everything
Is in readiness for the hie I lilted i'"m
mercial Travelers' mc-tins at Brlgbahi
City next ITriday On arrival of the
train al ihe Oregon Short Line depot,
the parade will fall in lino, headed by
the BrighH'n City brass band and fol
lowed by the Box Elder Commercial club,
the Salt Lake hand and the Salt Lake,
Ogden and Provo councils Of the U. C T.
After the parade an address Of welcome
will be delivered by Mayor Plsllburn and
responded to by the leading visiting offi
cials. Secretary oi' state c. s. 'hngcy
will be one ,,f the speakers.
The visitors will then be treated to a
repast of strawberries and cream, follow
ing which an adjournment will he made
t. the ball park, wlier" a gam" between
tho Salt Ixike and Oden members will
be played. At f p. in. a dance will be
given at the Academy of Music.
Saturday the visitors will he taken
through the city in automobiles and
shown the beautiful homes, peach or
cliards and artesian wells. At " p. m.
the local baseball team will cross bats
with the champions of the previous da
A grand ball to be held at the Academy
will close the visit.
Merchants Celebrate.
Special to The Tribune.
brigham city. June is. The mer
chants of Brigham City were out on tbe
streets la.si evening in a grand demonstra
tion commemorating the new early
closing schedule, changing the lime
from 7 p. m. to 6 p. m.. Which went Into
effect at 8 O'clock last evening. The
Military band was walttru: for the busi
ness men near the courthouse, and as
soon as they had all cathered a number
of selections were rendered by the band,
which ttion led out In a march about the
Old Folks' Outing.
Special to The Tribune.
provo. Jnne ik. At the meeting Of
the genera) committee on "Old Folks"
day, held In the old tabernacle- last night,
it v8.h decided to entertain the old folks
of Prove and adioining wards June 87 at
Spring De!l, In Provo canyon. Sub-committees
were named to make all necessary
arrangements, and the chairman of these
committees are: H. IT. Thomas, arrange
ments; O. H. Berg, programme; Charles
F. Decker, transportation , R. R. Irvine,
finance; Mrs. Retta Gary, refreshments.
Leaguers Play on Snnday.
Er Jntenm'lorjAl Now Srrice.
N I-: W YORK. June IS. ManapiNnent of tlio
Nw Yorii u)2 B:ooklm National IsagU rlutw
are InreatliniUnK reponu tint a nunibr of theti
plnyem havo totin plnying ltii .-roiiteui tut
on Uuuduyu. 6oriie of ihi pl:t. It lp Mid
have been puld S200 for .orklnc on Suodir .ul
the ncit da.y wero uoable to play good bill for
iho lesirco tiaou. ,
Charley White Wins.
NRTV YORK, June JS. -Charity White, the
fhicfcpo fftatserweisut. outfought anil otribexed
Youns Shusroe of .Tni-sey City In 11 ten-round
boot tonight, winning rr.oro deljhly tlian In
their bout bej-o t.o f-utVt ego
WASH IXC-TON. June 18. The inter
state commerce commission today, upon
it's own initiative, ordered an investiga
tion into the rates, practices and regu
lations which apply to railroad trans
portation of hard coal. All tho an
thracite roads embraced in the so called
"hard coal tmst" will be respondents
in the proceeding.
Author 'b Wife, Oets Divorce.
CHICAGO. June 18. Judge M -Donald
in the superior court today eignerl ade
cree grunting a divorce to Mrs. Cecil
Clink DavlB wife of Richard Harding
Davis, the author. No provision for
alimony was made In the decree. Mrs.
Davis testified that her husband left be
cause he oared for another woman.
Helped to Seep Down Exper.seH.
Mrs. J. B, Henry, Akron, Mich.,
tells bow she did so: "I was bothered
with my kidneys and had to go nearly
, double. I tried a sample of Foley's
Kidney Pills and they did me so much
good that I bought a bottle, and feel
that they saved mu a big doctor's
bill." Hchramm-Johnson Co.
Free band concert, Salt Palace, al ter
noon? ami evenings.
Club Women Plan
Big Mass Meeting
Will Gather at Hotel Utah
This Afternoon to Hear
Helen V. Boswell.
Amass meeting has been arranged
for this afternoon from ":"0 to
:::::n o'clock at the banquet hall
of the Hold Utah, to im ad
dressed b. .Miss Helen Varick
Boswel of New York, who arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon on her way to
the biennial in.-et'.UK of the totn-'al Tol
eration ol Women's cib; in San BYan
uisco. Men as well as women arc in
vited to attend the meetlnc.
Miss to:. well's subject will be "Tiulu-
tria and Social Conditions for Women
and Children." Miss Boswell la (he chair
man of the Industrial and Social depart
ment for ihe General federation of
w omen's i lubs
Mrs. Prance Squire Potter of Chi
cago is due to arrive at 4:ti o'clock tins
Mrs. Potter chairman r the Litera
ture and Library Extension department
of the General Federation. She Is a lec
turer of note and department editor of
'Life and Labor."
Mr L. L Blankenburg, of Philadel
phia, and Mrs Joseph Evans Cowles of
Los Angeles will arrive thin morning at
ii o'clock atifi will be present at the
mass meeting this afternoon.
Miss Boswell will leavt this afternoon
at 4:46, but the others will remain over
Thursday leaving on Hie directors' spe
cial Thursday afternoon, win be at
the Hotel T.'tah.
Arrangements for tbe entertainment of
the delegates were completed in a meet
ing of the chairmen of committees at
Die Hotel I'tah and the automobile route
was mapped out. The information bu
reau, under the direction of Mrs. iliza
beth Cohen win be established at the
Hotel rjtah today.
Mass Meeting- Thursday.
The larce mass meeting for Thursday
morning al the tabernacle will open at
10:30 o'clock. The speakers will he Mrs.
Philip N Moore of St. Louis, president
Of the federation Mrs. Joseph Bwani
cowles of l.os Anceie;,, first vice presi
dent; Mrs r.. r.. Blankenburg, se.-ond
trice president, and Mrs. t rances Squire
Potter of Chicago. Mr-. Could B Blake
ly will Introduce Mrs. A J Gorham, who
win be ihe permanent chairman, and
Mrs. Gorham will introduce the speakers.
A speelal ortmn re.-jr.il will be given at
l" o clock, with several solos.
Mrs. A. A. Bird will lea today for
Helper to meet the official train. Mrs.
could B. Blakely, Mrs . j, Gorham and
Mrs. C. n. McMahon win go to Prove
tonight to come up with the official dele
gation Thursday morning.
A rrancement.s hav e been completed for
and Florence Stone, supported by
Orpheum Players, in "The Spend
thrift ." Matinees on Thursday and
Saturday. Evening performance be
gins at 8;15.
Stdlne vaudeville Matinee dally at
2:30. Tvr evening performstnees,
T:"0 and 9:18. Bill onanges Wednes
day ar'icrnoon.
devllle. Matinee daily at 8:80.
Evening performance continuous
from :ts to 11:15. Bill changes Sat
urday afternoon.
There Is a week ahead at 1 he Kmpress,
10 1uils;e from the advance billing of the
acts which constitute the new hill nt that
house and which opens with today's per
formances that will ive- a good account
of Itself.
The b)ll is headed by the Del mar Poster
girls, one of the biggest "girl" acts In
vaudeville and one of tho prettiest and
most handsomely costumed musical com
edy features ever sent over the Sulllvan
Consldins circuit. The ton girls are
headed by Eddie Harris and Weir Ks
tey, and their gongs, dances and cos
tumes have made the act a hc-adllner
wherever It has appeared.
George Ado's comedy sketch, "The
Mayor and the Manicure." famous for its
laughing properties, will he the sketch
feature of the new hill, presented by a
capable company of play ra headed by
Tumcs F. Fulton and Mottle Choate. The
sketch Is a ten-minute episode in the
lives of three people. The mayor is con
ducting a campaign for the gubernatorial
nomination. His son Is returning that day
from college Tbe manicure Is a oung.
but more or less experienced adventuress,
who has carried on a college town flirta
tion with the mayor's son, and has come
to see the father in the hope that she
'an blnckmall him Into buying fOT ?10,000
a package of foolish letters tbe boy
wrote her during the daya of their af
fair. Another big feature on the bill win
be the first appearance here of Ray
Eleanor Ball, a violin In! of unusual
beauty and talent and whose playlnfr lias
won n concert stape reputation for her
both In this country and In Europe.
Two roinedlann who are sure to SCOre
heavily ditrins the coming week are
Raines and Barron. They have a num
ber of splendid and timely parodies which
thev hand out between the laughs in
their skit.
Toklo Klsshe, the little Jap Juggler
and slack wire walker, will furnish one
of the sensational bits of tbe bill on
a large rope, one end of which Is an
chored to th stage and the other to the
Uppermost part of the balcony, seventy
flvf. foot above the n.iidlence.
An orlglnul comedian In the person of
Jimmy Dealy and a charming little
comedienne In the person of Hattio Bar
low will be seen tn a melange of sing
ing and daniing. Miss Barlow, aside
from being a good comedienne and pl
aiilste. haf an individuality unusually
the ten. room ai ths Hotel Utah, wl.t;re
tea win he served Thursday, Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday, under tin direction
of Mrs. L. M Bailey, assisted by Mrs.
F. K Woodward, Mrs. L. C. p. I, M'-J-
W. Adams. Mrs. 11 E McCunaughy
and Mrs. Sarah Boggs.
On Thursdaj Mrs W. F. Adams will
he In charge, assisted bv Mrs. William
c. Jennings Mrs George Keysor, Mrs.
Charles Tyng, Mrs. M, M. Johnson. Miss
Marcjciv Pearson. Miss Helen Bettles.
Miss Blanch Henderson, Miss Martha
Henderson. Miss Helen Wilson, the
Misses McLaurtc and the Misses Mc-
lannt .
Friday Mrs. McConaushj will be '"
charge, assisted iv Mrs. Rood, Mrs a
T. V'olmer. Mrs. G. It. Bothwell, Mrs. A.
'i McCanne, Miss Gladys McConaughy,
Ml.-s Maw Marsh.'" M. Mis-- t'urv Marshall,
Mi-s Virginia Beatty. Mrs. Stlmson, Mis
Dora Bogue Miss isahci Shlffcr and
Mil 1 iQI na Russell.
Saturday's Programme.
Saturday. Mis. Ballsy and Mrs Boggs
will be In charge, assisted by Mrs. Ar
thur Bird, Mis. Charles Vadner. Mrs.
Woodruff. Mrs. C. E. Richards, Miss
Dorothy Rooklldgc. Mis- Mildred Mc
Millan. Miss RomolS Kin. MNs Marl"
0 Dcii. Miss Marguerite Rice. Miss Dor
othy Bailee and Miss Emma Zanc.
Sunday. Mrs, Rood. Mrs. Boomer, Mrs.
McConnaughy. Mrs, McCanne and Mrs.
Volmer Will he assisted by Miss Dora
Bogue Miss Gladys MoConaughy. Miss
Virginia Beatty. Miss Cary Marshall,
Miss Dorothj Beatty, Miss Dorothy Mar
Ineaux, Miss Kate Richards and Mis:-;
Helen Clawson.
The reception committee al the Hotel
Utah Thursday will consist of the fol
lowing: Mrs. B.uon Cumtnings. chair
man: Mrs. Frank Stephens. Mrs. A. T.
McCanne. Mrs Lafayette Darn-belt, Mrs.
G V,". Dorsev, Mrs. J. R. Lei, her, Mrs.
Charles IT. Wells. Mrs. L. C. Sinclair.
Mrs. E O. Loatherwood, Mrs. A L. San
ford, Mrs Dr. Belle Gemmel, Mrs F. S.
Richards, Mrs. E W, Hayt, Mrs. Selden
Club Notes.
The Home a.nd Foreign Missionaries
societies of the First Methodist church
held their annua! mite bOJ opening
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. M. E. Wat
son Qn Ninth avenue. An Interesting
nrogramme wah carried out Music was
furnished by ,Tis. Freeman Mornlngstar
Miss Lucilo Mornlngstar, Lewis Stearns,
Miss BernettS Johnson and Tr;. A, S.
Peters. A i-lever original ski-ti l", "The
Story of a Mite Box," wa given by Mrs.
Harold J. Steams. Readings were clven
by rr. J R. Bowdle and Mrs. Bird.
The mite box collection amounted to 185.
StraWberry shortcake and coffee were
served following the programme.
Lloyd alliance will be entertained this
afternoon by Mrs. George W. Hawks.
1 r. 1 Second East street. Mrs. Robert
j. Burdette. Jr., will ie sketch of
"The Old Black Mamm; . a Seen by a
Soul hertier."
notleeable. Mr. Barlow Is a good dancer.
Their act is punctuated with sparkling
in BallerinTs trained dogs. Idanager
McCoy feels certain that he hfs found h
feature that win prove a great drawing
card for the youngsters. The doge are
trained to the last minute and the a'-'
is worked out along entiroly new line-
WVrd has hpen passed among amuse
ment lovers of Salt T.alce to the effect
that Miss :rnne, the new )r:o:i'i- woman
at the Orphetim, Is a veritable revelation
In the tlil role of "The Spendthrift."
and In consequence there is a remarkable
run on the box Office.
The mort popular act. nn the bill at the
Colonial this week in Johnson's dog.i.
Thf?e wonderful Utile canines base a
combined aj;e of thirty-three years.
There will be an entire unangs of pro
gramme at the Colonial Saturday after
noon. Today will offer the last chance to ?e0
Dip senwatiotDil three-reel picture. "Gam
bling Exposed." at tli Re Commencing
tomorrow, the first Gem feature double
reel picture will be shown, a colored mns-
terpieee bearing the story of "The. Prin
cess Of Lorraine." The Champion pro
duction, "Brothers" and an Imp picture
entitled "Nothing Shall Be Did' will be
included In the programme,
Children Cry
'The Crescent Comedy Four"
Opened at the "Semloh
Louvre" Last Evening.
groMl crowd visit, the LtOUVTfl
last evening during dinner hour and
after theater to hear the sinking of
the Ores Cent t'omedv Pour. This com
pany ig positively tho best thai ever
came wc?t. Thev have finished their
season's work on the Orpheum circuit)
and will fill an engagement of four
weeks or longer at this popular cafe.
The. place has recently been deco
rated with vinos, hanging baskets and
flowers, which makes the cafe unusu
ally cool and attractive
Infant Boy Dies.
Allen J Hansen, the SSVen-Weaks-Old
son of Wlllard and Amelia J. Hansen,
died at the family residence. 13.7 Lin
coln avenue, last evening. The cause of
death was vutvular heart trouble, from
which the child had suffered since Sat
urday last. Funeral services will be held
on Friday at 3 p. m. at the home. Inter
ment will be made at the City cemetery.
June 21 aud 22,
Via. Oregon Short. Line for United Com
mercial Travelers' outmg. Reo agont-s
for ratei- and further particulars City
ticket office, HoM Utah.
HftfUme6 at the Emiuose This Week, Commencing This Afternoon.
p rimee Albert pp I
national joy smoke 99
If you have an old jimmy pipe hidden away
PBS"SBBsW' gjg. somewhere, get it out; if you haven't, buy
one, quick, and fire up a load of "P. A."
ct te personal experience, know yourself that Prince
EriL- "trjr ert not bite your tongue, because it can't !
Iviifeys The sting is removed by a patented process! jpn
Jm lSttlvMlM0lMrif W For e by''' '"hn ro :1 c m themselves, "P. A." is a revela- j . ...
Iffl : jSPj II tion, an education! You never got such flavor, such fresh-
p ntss and sweetness tn a cigarette in all your bornrlayJ
B f frT- l UV anywhert afloat or athorein 10c . f- rt
p Bm&SBA UnMorScbagt, or in pound and half pound humidort. " ,T' n
g BBttBBwB f?& M Buy it while you're pipe-hungry or cigarette hangry. I' '"-"!1iK
& BW j1 ureat rolled up with "P. A." mahin't! V 'L Y&S.
Clover Leaf Milk
and Clover Leaf
bottles are absolutely
clean they must be
Our bottles are washed
absolutely clean; after
which they are thorough
ly sterilized. The milk is
strained with utmost care
and is put through our
pa.st eurizer.
Try CloTer Iaf Milk to
day. It 18 the cleau milT.
and it is pure.
Phone Wasatch 2177 for our
wagon to cull.
Clover Leaf Dairy
12 fits, pure milk for $1.00.
Baby Special, lOc 'it.
Buttermilk, 5c, qt.
The Denver & Rio Grande
Railroad Co.
Effective May 19. 1312.
Provo, laantL r.Iarysvu.16 ..... 8:f0 a. ra.
Mldvale and Bingham 7:45 o. m.
Denver, Chicago and East .. 8.35 a. m.
Park City 8:30 s. m.
Ogden and Intermediate points. 10:35 a. m.
Ogden. SSiin Francisco, Portland 12 40 p. in.
OKdeu,' San Francisco, Portland 2:45 p. m.
Midvalo and Bingham 2:45 p. m.
Denver Chicago and ICast 5 'i0 p. iil
Provo, Springvllle, Tlntlo 4:C0 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and Eat 7;f)0 p, m.
Ogden, Portland and Seattle ..11:10 p. m.
Ogden. San Francisco. Los
Angeles .515 m-
Tlntlc Springvllle. Provo 10:30 a m.
Bingham and Mldvale 10:30 a. m.
Denver, Chicago and East-... 12:26 p. m.
Ogden and Intermediate jiolnta 2:10 p. m.
Denver. Chicago and East 2:30 p. m.
Ogden San Francisco and Wust 4.55 p. to.
Park City and intermediate
points B OO p. m.
Bingham and Mldvale G-80 p, rn,
ProVO, Manfl. Marv6vale 6 80 p. m.
Ogden, San FranolFco, Portland 6 50 p. m.
Denver, Cblctcgo and East ... .10:56 jk m.
Phone, Wasatch 2.26.
6tookhotdors of the Shamrock Mining
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the etockholders of the Sham
rook Mining company, a Utah corpora
tion, will bo held at the office of Day,
HoPPeUgb & Fabian, 903 Kearns build
ing. Salt LaJce City, Utah: on the 24th
day of June, A. D. 1912, at the hou of
10 o'clock a. m. of ald day.
Said meeting Ib called and will be held
for the purpose of electing dlreotorg and
officers of aJd company, said offloera
being required for the purpose of -vrlnd-n
up tho affairs of this oorporatlon, the
charter and franchise of said company
having expired and being forfeited by
failure of thlH corporation to pay its an
nual license tax due ths tttutu of Utah.
Said meeting Is also called for th pur
pose of c"'nHlderln; and passing upon the
advisability of selling and disposing of
its property and authorizing tha board oi
directors so to do, for tho purpose of
Winding UP Its affairs and disposing of
its property aud property rights.
C2989 WILLIAM W. KAY. Secretary.
Phono Wasatch 5iJ
Willard Mack Florence Stone
Present Porter Emerson Browne's
Greatest Stovy,
Matinees Thursday and Saturday
FTlces Matinee.-. 15e. 2rV, 30c. Niyht,
2nc. 50c, 75c.
NEXT WEEK The Helen Ware Suc
Doctors ff
Reliable Export Specialists Sk
6alt Lake City. NsEt
low rates g:r?sr
Consultation, mm apaa. hb mm
Examination and L ga? Br Bka
Expert Advice 1 L KL
Office Hour "5, sivenlaga, "-s.
WUtCC 1Iuur8 Sundays. l(f to 12.
National Bank of the Republic
A thoroughly modern savings depart
ment conducted in connuctlon with tills
hank, Safo deposit boxes for rant. U. S.
Frank Knox, president; James A. Mur
ray, vice president; W. F. Earls, cashier;
C. A. Culbertson, assistant cashier.
Capital paid In, $300,000. Intercut paid
on time deposits.
New York. Londonderry and Glnssrow.
New Tork. Palermo and Naolas.
Attractive rates for tlckots between New
Tork and all Sootcb, English, Irish. Con
tinental and Mediterranean points. Su
perior Accommodation, Excellent Cuisine,
Efficient Service. Apply promptly for
Reservation to local agent of Anchor Lias
Agents, Chicago, to.
Convention leturus at all perform
j ances today.
Greater Advanced Vaudeville
"lr1-:, GIRLS. !
TIME Mayor and the Manicure.
. OOAY RPP Elenore Ball.
2:30 Barnes S. Barron.
, 7:30 Tpl-.io Kisshc.
and 9.15 Dealy & B.irlow.
Ballerinl's Dogs.
Regular 30c I Matinee Dally -i (
Empress 20; 500 I I If
Prices 10e I Parquet Seata
Salt Lake's Vaudeville Palace
All Eastern Acts and Exclusive
Plctu res.
Ilil.l Premier Trio,
uuu ; Hal ;inft Ha(i
WCUV 1 J"ga""9 M'ller.
r,riiv I Cliet wiison,
iLiji4k V iphoto Plays 8,
Matinee Dally, 2.30
Evenings. 7;15 to 11:15.
Programme Changes Sat. Matinee.
All 10c Seats
"Meet Me in the Rex Foyer." I
Gambling Exposed
Tomorrow's Headliner
The Princess of Lorraine
Prices, 6c, 10o. Night, tOs.
Maassen Centrifugal Machine eesT
panv; principal place of business. Salt
Lake City, Utah. . ,
Notice 1 hereby given that at a reg
ular meeting of the board of dlrMtorS
of the Maassen Centrifugal MacAtna
eompanv, held on the 37th day or May.
1012, an assessment. No. 1 ol ono (JJ
cent per share was levied on the out
standing stock of the corporaUon. pay
able immediately to C. A. P&u
tary. at his office. 848 West Second South
may remain unpaid Monday. Jugr CtSZ
will be dollnquent and advertised for saia
It Public suction, and rifapmT
before will be sod at the offioa
oTihe secrrtarV. 848 West Second South
utreei Monday, July 33. 192 at I
oVloek p u rn . to pay the delinquent a-f-aumattt,
together with the cost of ad
verting anP'TFAU.'sereUry.
848 U'est Second South street. Salt Lake

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