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4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. X
IIS CHICKEN HIS '
Of LE6TD SPiE
I Kaysvillc Man Possesses a
I Rooster Willi Claim to
I Unique Distinction.
In the bnrn yard of .1. AV. Buchanan
1 of Lsvtoii, Utah, is n rooslor wit li a lie-
cral "side kick." Please note 5 ho word
I literal, otherwise the impression might
I bo coined that the monarch of tho hen
I roost had chosen somo discredited way
farer aa a chum. This would he untruo
in aot and possibility. Though cbanti-
leor figures dnily iu Konieo and Juliet
tableaux, no one ever caught him play
ing rithcr lead or secondary part in a
j audevillc, Damon and Pythias sketch.
I llo may grow sentimental toward tho
fairer members of his harem, but never
I maudlin with the fellows of his set.
Tho fsido kick" in this instance is
J a third leg, omerging from the bird's
j body just behind" the regular left limb.
! It is fully developed and ordinary iu iip
i pcar-nee, but the rooster choo?cs to re
yard it as a luxury, never permitting it
ro bo saddled with any of tho menial
I tasks belonging to a regular foot and
log. For instance, when ho dusts his
I resplendnnt coat, he uses tho third foot
I to sift tho tine dirt through his feathers
1 dreaming tho while, no doubt, that he
I U being served by a faithful valet.
I Qrcasionally, in loiicsomo moments, ho
! au be jecn to rearh round and, grasp.
I ig the foot with bis bill, indulge in a
1 hearty up and down moicmont, not 1111-
like r. political handshake. The rooster
of Rhode Island Jtcl parentage
I I niqucly enough, the extra foot is pos
I seised of h'vp toos, liko the lijicjors of a
j hand. Tho Dorking. n English fowl,
I is the only branch of tho chicken lain
, ih tlrl has regularly live toes.
I Mr. Buchanan says that he has re
j fued an offer of $'250 for the bird.
I lie has not determined vet 311st what ho
I -will do with it. It is remarkably healthy
! and largo for its ace, being only a cock
I err, 4 months old.
1 . .
Breathe It f or Catarrh, j
Physicians Prescribe '
It and Pharmacists ,
Recommend It. j
Quickly Clears Stuff ed-Up Head and
1 Stops Snuffling and Hawking. j
! ' (
i In the morning, shortly after you
! awake, dear reader, do you have to
! hawk and strain to get that htubbprn
' piece ot' mucous out of vour throat?
i Get rid of catarrh now; it will grow
, worsn as you grow older. One day of
I breathing pleasant, healing HYOMEI .
iprouounco it Iligh-o-nic). the guaran- 1
teed ca irrh remedy. v."ill give you
I i-ach wonderful relief that you will
' ufiider whv you doubted tho statement 1
1 mat Booth's HYOMEI would end tho
mobl aggravating ojiso of catarrh.
1 hard rubber. 'pocket inhaler and a
bottle of HYOMEI and simple instruc
1 tious foi use i $1.00. This is called tho
I TJYOMEf outfit. If one bottle does
j aot banish our catarrh, you can get
I another for only 50 cont. Thousands
1 use it for coughs, col'd and croup. Sold
hv Fchramni-.Tohnson, fivo stores, and
! druggists everywhere.
! Several Years. Legs and Arms
i Worst, Parts Burnt Like Fire.
Ctiticura Soap and Ointment
Cured Completely, Skin Smooth
j 175 Eaut St., San Francisco. Cal. "I
! used tho Cutlcura Remedies r.lillo In busi
ness In San FrancUco beforo tho jartlin.unko
and fire. 1 ras a. icrriblo
r&? "prcr from eczema for
J J iwrcral year. I liad It all
' ij ' ovor my body except, my
V. rij bands, neck and face, my
J3 v. - 'e and arras being tho
1 iStTV"0"1, d to put stocV
o fRj Ings on raj- hands at night,
- ( y I 7 lo kepp from Rrrafhlng.
and whenever I did scratch
! tbo parts burnt Ilk lire. My llmhs got no
i bad that from my ankles to my knees thcro
wasn't, a partlclo of Bkln on thorn, and tho
J flesh itrdf turned perfectly bluo and raw,
j continually throwing oil a moisture, and I
, had to keep thorn wrapped In oiled silk cloth
to keep my underclothes from sticking fast
' lo my limbs.
'( "I tried ;.U IdndQ of ointments. --.
; . and n. thouund others, and took
, nil kinds of Intornal mcUdno but with no
relief. Then 1 Ixuhed my body with Outl
j coxa Soap and kept It auotalrd with Cutl-
' cura Ointment and my fckln Isnonrasnmooth
- aa a baby'. They cured me completely."
CSIgntdl Harry .lonew. Feb. 10.
I A single cake of Cutlcura .Soap sad box ol
r Cutlcura Ointment arc- often stifllcient whea
I nil cl9 has failed. CutlruraSoop C!V.) and
Ointment (W ) aro bold by drtiKslt.s and
dealers ever., where, Sampju of cadi mailed
Crec, with 3J-p. Skin Book. Addrcw post
card "Cutlcura. Dept. T, Holon '
8-Tcnder-f-el ma sbouidiiHQ Cutlcura
8oD Shavlas Stick. 'c. Pamela frsa.
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Who Does the Proposing?
The Women Most Certainly
4 4TJROM limo immemorial, before
JL lhc tower of J3abcl reared its
L-rest into tho clouds, or the Sphiux
ijazod out upon tlio desert waste, wom
an has presbod her own suit and of
fered her hand in marriago to man,"
leclarea Iiss Calhrinc ObunLias. the
'oloniai star, who has this week stirred
ip ho much discussion among local play,
zoors by her cjinractcrization of the
Mario Jjouise A'ovsin in the Bernstein
liaiua, "The Thief,'' at the Colonial.
Fn his play, Bernstein advances the
situation of a woman so desperately in
loc with her husband (hat aha steals
Jiousauds of dollars from thoir friends
In order that she may array herself in
Iho fcinini uc Mnerics she knows bo is
0 fond of seeing on women. Tho great
day wright develops this theory to such
I s'tnge'in ''The Thief," that, tho im
)rcssion is constantly boforo his audi
?nccs that the balance of love in-the
V'oysiu household was largely on tho
.viic's side, nnd this has occasioned
II ore and moro coninicnt among pluy
looi'S this week as tho engagement of
'Tho Thief" at the Colonial pro
cesses. Tho women of the audiences are
oath to admit tho truth of tho Bern
itcin situation, and Miss Couutiss has
occivod so many lottors condemning
ho situations of Iho play as unreal in
comparison with actual li f 0 that she
javo oul this statement after Ycdncs
lav mcht's performance of "The
I behove Bernstein was right in
SA.LT LAKE THEATER Valcska
Sura It In "The Kiss Waltz," to
night. "Tho Jtosaty," two night?,
beqiiinln? Friday, with matinee
OKPHEUM THEATER Advanced
vaudeville. Performances every af
tornoon and ovcnlng.
EMPRESS THEATER Sulllvan-Con-sldlnc
vaudeville. Matinee dally at
2:30 Two evening performances,
7:30 and 'J:li". New bill opened yes
COLONIAL THEATER -"The Thief."
emotional drama. All the week.
Mulinecs Thursday ajid Saturday.
GARRICIC THEATER Garrlck Stock
company In "Our New Minister."
Performance every evening. Ial
-r-IlE new bill at tile Empress Is wlth--L
out (Uctflion one of the most ex
cellent that the popular vaudeville house
has offered bJual patrons slnco Us open
Inp. Ycstorday'H niallncu nnd cvenlnp
performancps, opening I ho week's stand,
drew unusually large nutllcnccs. and the
varJwift numbor. rcmarl;ably well dl
vcrsllled Hiid bMlanccd, from bcudllncr
down, ware rocolvtd with a warmtb well
A the hoodlltmr. "A Nkbt on a Roof
Gardeu" Ik cnlltlwd to nil that Is clalmod
for lu Ruby Lmliy and Willie Dunlay,
nil tli stars.. HCtjult thomt-olvoH with a
credit that would ftntttir many porfor
hiihh of morr anAiiniln repute. Roth
pnasorti plmtKltit; voice, nro atlrautlve
and aciompliKliad. Mild depict tlmlr roU-s
villi lluil hikI polao ouly too often
Inrkins on tho ?la?o.
The Meio In a inuslnil remtedy InbloM.
In which dazzling fo.stuincs. clahornlc
a:ru!ty ami J"tr1kup tlvflrfml effects are
ut 1 ?lve -olor ami realism to thu net
tins BUggwled lr tl title. The mimic
ami llltretto Hie IhihmI on t he vk)i of a
vouns Texan slrl. "The Wild Mower." lo
New York, accompanied by a. profes
sional i-lntproii. her moellnr; with a
I mini aome yoiins New York society mu;i.
I ln dttrirtiltlei of rarrytiic on their oourt
Mhlp mil-r the jre of the ohiiparou 11 ml
the uaiial hnppy iIiihIo. Ample oppor
tunity for danc'tic. 11" iiiultitud'j of IuukIih.
.1 Ml ;f rleh actlus mid well rendeml
I tnufiial number Is nrrurrltd, and it must
nald tht the coinpnny, on and nil,
nkc advantage thereof with pralac
Juanlta Own. a Jli. "Worthlncton,
the rhaptron: Nole Fahuontoclt. ax Fnin
ol. a wulter. anl lieenlp RIcardo, Beanie
MarH. May Clinton. Belle Coma, Blllle
U llwjn hikI Mario llnrrlnton. hs New
York ietv lmd. .irr nil artit. as ar
lUrM rr:', Mrlt ,1. Andcrr.n. Pick
I. I. 'mi Sf J' li Wilurd Stanford L.in
tvti njud Lr.trjm Parr;, a i'tut ihap
tho picture ho has drawn in the
play. Marie. Voysin was far uioro
in lovo with her husbaud than ho
was with her, though ho believed
he adored her apd that shu was
eorythiug in tho world to him.
But I believe- (hat every woman
forces her suit with Ihe man she.
marries. Woman started lo marry
man as far hack as Adam, and hav
ing met with instant and remarka
ble success, she lias never desisted.
That man considers woninu his in
ferior bolh nieutnlly and physically
and thai fair woman is his coveted
prize is tho delusion that ensnares
him and permits a woman to make
love, propose and marry him while
he fondly imagines that he is pur
suinc hor instead of being pur
sued. I have arrived at this conclusion
after discussing the subject with
many women iu all'walka of life',
and In all parts of Ihe country dur
ing my many years of travel, ft
is perfectly "irue, of course, that
man pops tho ipiestioii in the ma
jority of cases, but ho doesn't do
it uiilil he has been led up to it in
a circumlocutory manner by tho
girl. Train a gii'l as you will, teach
her all lhat you caii of tho laws
of courtship and that she will be
the one sought after, and in rhe
end the woman in Ihe maid will
assert the right that is hers, and
choose the man she intends to mar
ry and before she's finished she
will have, landed him.
All arc graceful and sin; wonderfully
A number of now musical bits, includ
ing "There's Nothing Like That In
Texas,'' "Jimmlc Brown," "Powdery
Powder Rag" and "I Never Was Meant
for You" arc :pninf. and the audiences
after each performance went away
whistling the catchy airs.
"The Twin Flats," as presented by
Kalliciin'' Klaro and Charles P. Ward,
assisted by Hazel Sherwood and Ooorcc
Lankier, Is a. pood comedy lilt, presenting
a series of rapid and ludicrous situations
Hurroundlu? a bill collector. Tho entire
company easily Mislalus ita reputation as
a leading vaudeville comedy aggrega
tion. Chapman and Iterude, two exceptional
hnnd-10-hnnd gymnasts, open the per
formance wllb new and aurprlslng fea
tures In this Hue. and do sonio criuili
brlstlc stunts never witnessed here be
fore. Their act Is novel and genuine In
"Colonial Pastimes." as presented by
Jura. Reed and SI. John, is an excellent
musical feature, prefecnlcd on a some
what different scale from moat acts of
that class, and all three artists establish
full rlKlU to tbo Mile.
Ida. Russell and Kathcrlnc Church, two
magnetic young women, present a musi
cal character and dance sl;It that met
with Instant approval. Tho act Is en
titled "From Society to tho Bowcrv,"
and offers fun from atari to finish.
Billy Green, Henry Mclicnry and
Homer Dcune. "The Rag-TImc Trio,"
combine their voices, dancing ability and
a piano to prove that they really cap
tured New York wlillo appearing thorr
recently. They aro one of tho beat dnnc
Ing and tinging comcdlan-ttios that has
Patbc's weekly review In motion (Urns
1 of current news, and happenings closoa
an all-star programme, and It Is safe
to predict that the Empress will do a
big business so long as such excellent
bills arc forthcoming.
Th fi(Uonc thetrr notices re tatrkJ
''iilerllitniesl" In orflrr to earaply nitn
itrttt JntrprUtloti of iho new felrl nowi
piper U. In no teen ro tniy pH id.
ertUmnt. They af tm turnlihed by
to prcn tjtnti ot thi Tirioui thciteri.
"Laughter Is the wlno of life, and If
I van make thmn laugh Innocently and
menily--l have done my duty." This Is
the philosophy of Annie Kent, whose
mcrrymaklngx have given hor tho soubri
quet of "tb. imio Jester." She Is at the
Orphcum this wcok. She Is small, but
bun a way with her that Inspire hilarity,
"it la hard to malec wine people smile,"
ahr j-ald. "I often have watched ome
on; poor s-oul in my andlncc who seems
determined not to give way to his feel
ing of mlith, and then and there I have
determined to iimhe hlin.
Thl is matinee day at the Colonial and
this afternoon Miss Countlsa and thj
Colonial company will be such In "The
Thior." the Uernaieln drama that has
caused so muclj discission nmong the
feminine patronn of the house this week.
The thief la a woman who steal in
order that hc may wear the beautiful
clothes she knows her liushand lovo to
se. but cannot afford to give her. Next
wck Dm Colonial will go to tho other ex
trome lu fomlnlne characters and offer
"Mrs. Wlgg of Die Cabbage Patch."
"The KIsb Waltz" will glvo an etra
nni List pcrfonnan at the Salt Lake
Inciter tonlgl.t Tlr ll"v oni-rctta I
pljjcd to big irovbd nt veneris a mat-j
I "THE KISS WALTZ" I
TO CLOSE TONIGHT
VALE SKA SUB ATT,
"Who Appears for tho LasL Time in
"The Kiss Walts" at tho Salt Lako
ineo and evening performances. Valcska
Suratt, with her attenuated costumes
and uniquo dancing again mado the au.
Despite the chief character of a Calbo
He priest, "The Rosary." which will be
seen at the Salt Lako Dmalcr tomorrow
night, is non-scctaiian. This is the play
which brolec so many attendance records
last season, and I bus far, judging from
the size of the audiences In othor cities,
Die publli busn't tired of It. Mingled
with tbo darker colors of human tragedv
1s a vein of natural comedy evolved froiii
tho events which transplro during the
aiitlou of lhc play. Tho role of Fathor
Elian Kelly Is cleverly interpreted by
Harry Terry. Tlio play is given at popu
lar prices. Saturday' matlnco at li.l and
A bit of Inside workings of certain
cliques In congress is shown In "Tlio
Woman." William C. dcMlllc's successful
play, which David Bolasco will -present nt
tho Salt Lake theater Monday night. Tho
efforts of a group of "old line" poli
ticians to defeat a progressive movement
and to discredit a progressive leader form
the basis of the story. In their plan the
good name of a woman becomes a stal:o
and they are finally dofeated, tlio wom
an's name being saved through the loy
ally and tho clovorneBs of a llttialtolc
phonn slrl. Thy sale of Heats opens at the
box office tomorrow.
William A. Brady Is sending ' to the
Salt Lako theater for three nights, be
ginning Thursduy, November I, and a
Saturday matinee, "Bought and Paid
for," by Georgo Broadjiursl. Robert
Stnfford, a millionaire who marries a
telephone girl, and after three months of
married life comes home drunk and toils
his wife that he has "bought and pnld
for her," that It was his money that
brought hor to him, nnd that ho had the
right to force his aUontioiis Jn her. And
she stands accused and confesses the
truth of the assertion, but professes a
change of heart slnco then, and tells
of her love for tho man she married.
What is probably tho most dccldodlv
novel as well as sensational feature ever
offered patrons of the Mchcey playhouse
is the great three-reel xploft for today
only, Marie Corelll's splendid "Thclnia '"
It is a delightful story thai 1ms been gen
nfnaly popular with millions. Drama
tized, It hns thrilled the world, a rare
troat Is affordod In tho wonderful pr,,.'
ductlon In motion photographv by tho
Reliance company. Tuchmi, and "tho regu
lar bill of daily cxccllonca Is ihe pro
gramme for Thursday.
A. J. Bailey, a It. li. engineer,
Batesville, Ark., says: "I suffered with
kidney nnd bladder trouble so bad I
was unablo to work. T had such severe
pains in my back f could hardly got
up. I triod sovoral physicians with no
result, but Folo3''a Ividuoy Pills have
dona wonders for mo. T recommend
them to all." Scbramm-Johnson,
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