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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1913. I
niTE soys lose,
Sjut show strehigth
TT " Freshmen Take Game,
6 to 0; .Winners Much
wf Heavier Team.
--pS M University of Utah frcshmon team
led the stato Intercollegiate- football
TjTT? on yesterday afternoon by winning
II III I i tlie Granite high .school by a score
' J to 0- Individually, the Granite nion
'II i grcntlv outclassed, hut because tlioy
' ) been taught how to tackle and aro
organized they prevented the fresh
, who are much heavier, from run
1 , up a higher score,
'the first quarter of the game the
J. hsldcrs showed Iho effects of caro
Uj. coaching and by splendid defonso
iJ 'ented the freshmen from malting any
U -cclablo gains. Later In the game
P i tlmo to time they stiffened their
nso and outplayed the oast benoh
!but they were too light to win.
ILJS jsplte the good coaching tho froah-
havo had this full, most of them
I'll I so miserably green that they forget
' Ifl r training when thoy get Into tho
In nmage. This makes team work and
) B .nlzatlon almost Impossible and wore
1 l)t that tho under classmen aro blessed
II a few of the best old high school
T "MB In the stato Coach ritzpatrlck
Id be unablo to win any games at all
J Ashmen Have Vets.
' bwever. Fltzpatrlck has tho stars
d. Olosen, Poterson, Ramseyer,
j iroll Komncy and Bob and Earl Wll
eil E These men play In tho backtleld
on the ends, leaving me Inside of tho
,- Iso weak that many plays aro mussed
ttWlU bcfoi'p tho old veterans can put them
J t the beginning of tho second quarter
1 '.freshmen began hitting tho Hno be
ien tacldo and end and trying the
g; These plays, punctuated with a
I neat forward passes, soon brought
veen 'ball down tho field and Lowoll Rom-
on an! itook It over for a touchdown. lia
will id to kick goal, leaving the scoro at
Iiik ' it 0 In favor of the Crimson men.
ich ' a the next klckoff tho same plays
urloa b started and In about four minutes
un Y. ffreshmen sent Oloscn over for tho
hat t- nd touchdown. Thin time Komncy
m Rtj d goal, making tho scoro 13 to 0.
dlcaRi ar the remalndor of that quarter
ibv itto held well and for a few minutes
I "hrr,v. D on the offense. Granito had the
II X 'leaa than one-lirth of tho tlmo dnr
ven tho game and wero unablo because
nv ii heir lack of weight to hit tho line
evlE Bsfully. and when they tried the
vmv h u thev were clumped sadly by Petcr-
l1 ehies Show Strength.
i'tho opening of the tntrd quartor tho
,mr ' iimen played tho best ball of the
jon . 'and 3ltnply tramped over Ashton's
i In ; until thoy had another touchdown.
mnword tho end of tho third quarter
S '.freshmen worked tho ball to the
,iliIto twenty-yard lino, whence Rom
5 aJbootel a nlco drop through the goal
tue fourth quarter opened with Granite
in taping new life and tlghtlng desporate
,wSsfcFrom the mldflold McDonald took
.'forward pass and with a clear field
p ,3,'led for tho froshmon goal. Peterson,
, .vifleet freshlo end, was after him and
L t,:d him down from Behind on his own
in-i-vnrd Him. Here tho freshle line
, ,' f and the Granite bunch was unable
pinut tho ball over.
: if Je ball went to the frcshmon and on
i ?3Spcond down Olosen punted. His
:,,c-.vfiwas short and high, giving the ends
ipatriOIj to get ,iIUer It. Tho ball struck
eamibn on tho chest and bounced into
cw tnsc. Move's arms. Love outstripped tho
n thtfor elNty yards and planted the. last
, of the day.
MJ "jo lineup:
mtcd Ifcjth le B. Wilson
t0 jfcard It "Davis
llth.. Ig Gardner
le wufeon c..., Barnes
i menCjs rK Miller
L Aafonald vt Johnson
n neitfa ....re Peterson
ch tiWon q Earl Wilson
o, hlitt Steve Love.
due tymlth. , lh Ramseyer
3wn rtpo f Romney
;org8 i Smith .rh ...Olesen
een tfjclals Referee Bowen. Umpire
thpykS)nald. Field Judge Rhynearson.
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"L Kneelw , 12 12 0
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,j Uric lUrl-.uwii, l'diuoDrlnon and Stcrrett;
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6'an Frnnclcco n. H. E.
' ft Kranclsro 0 3 0
'Ml n1 ,..5 10 l
, trrlca-Choratl and Sclimldl; O'nrlen and
Cliavos aud Campi Matched.
'aj A.NGCLKS. Cftl., Oct. 17. Ncgollatlnni for
" jlhly-rouuil boxlw; bout between Eddlo Camjtl
Krmirlaco and Eonnr Chavoz. tliu Douvur
1 .bt7lKlit. at Vcrooti on N'ovcinbnr Tcre
iffli0j,y --omptrtort today wliou Cumpt ac
JglCIrr"0 'en offered by an athletic club here.
' "Jl undortlood that Clinvo: hart already reached
-srcniom with tho ulub. An effort rl bo
... tfllo irutch tho wlnnrr with Champion Johnny
.1! for ,hn bantamweight title.
' J icParland Outclasses Murphy.
loel w??' YOHK. Oct. 17.-In a ten-round bout at
jh, n Siuuro Canlcn tonight, Tackoy McIFar
usl""- if CIiIcoro outbosed and outfought Tornmv
,. J r of thin city from start to flnlnh. nevo'r
)B 9W . Murphy a chanco In any round. McFarland
1,8 110 aud Murphy 139 pounds.
1 I "Vored.IinfI. watchnd It shine;
1L rnbor Morn's a bear, all rjght:
n1ne!l" BJ3AR C0AI-' for
in i ' Yes, at your dealer's,
J 'vor call Wasatch Cir.l.
American Iucl Company.
Results on Turf;
Dy Internationa I News Service.
first race, il.x furlongi Spearhead. 103 (Davlen),
2 to I, won. .Monmouth. II." fPoylc), 8 to 1. i'ec
ond: Fathom, 107 (KalrhrotherJ, to 1. third.
Time, 1-14. fiherlnolc Holmes. Autumn. I'clulun.
(Joldy, Goneral, Deri Lody. Im fialnrclll, John I.
Nlxou, Silent Hlot and Under Cover also run.
Second mco. ono mile Supcmtltutlon. 112 (Hop
hlnr.), S to 1, won: 'Homo Crejit, 115 (Davlcwl,
S to 1. docond; I,lttlo Jupltor, W (J. McTaggart),
7 to h. third. TJmc, 1:10 2-C Molllo S., Tow
ton Field and riammarlou nlo ran.
Third rare flvo and a half furlong Burprliln.
117 (Illghtmlre). uveii. won; Gulner, 1M (Oavlcn),
7 to 1. second: Addle M . 100 (Durllngamc). 4
to 1, third. Time, 1:05 4-5. Hoaracr. Vulkyrlo
ami Crossbun also rAn.
l'otirth race, ono mllfl and a ulsteenth Til Oro.
30J (Fatrbrother). 5 to 2. won: VoUow Eycy. 102
(Wolfo). i to I, second: ficpulveda, 110 (Corey).
10 to j. third. Time. IMS. Worklnc I,id. John
Iloardou and ICIkhIi alo ran.
Klflh raco. olz fiirlougi-ncU Path. 110 (Onntry),
7 to 1. won; Colors. 10-1 (Callahan). 20 to 1.
fftcond; Tolly H 102 (J. McTnsicart), o 1.
third. Tlmo, 1:H. Iady Orant. nnak, Hoheut.
Tom Hnncocl;. Kl Mahdl. I.ouIeo Travum. I,amb'
Tall, Tho Urchin and Mary Warren also run.
Slrth race, tlx furlong Urynavln. 107 (Fair
brother), 3 to 1, won: Reno. 107 (Callahan). 5
to 2. second: Captain Jlnka. 102 (J. McTiiggarl),
10 to I. third. Thn. 1:15. Turkuy In the Stmw.
Fiidooflle. Surpa.ifl. Margoriun, Ilockfln)i: Melville,
Arc Lighter and Herraln, Jr.. also ran.
By International News Servlco.
Tim race, nix rurlongn "Yanr Vllw. 107:
Joo Knight, UB: Hann Creek. 103: Procrctslvo,
10S; Trlfler. 110; Bhcrwood, 115; Deduction, 120;
Second race nteeplochas", about txro miles
Lltrlo Flat, UB: Lndy Melba, 13S; Kacewoll,
133; Octopus, 1E0; Mo, 143: J. C. Ewnlt, 113;
Nottingham, 142; Ilrontn, 1S7.
Third race, flvo and a half furlongs Clropet.
112; Sir Alvcfcot. 112; P.lght Easy. Venetian.
ChenanlL, 112; Joo Gallons. 107: Rod and Gun.
112; Magaslno. 110; Tllford Thomas, Ntnibun,
112; Premier. 107: Phew, 102; Jonquil, 107: Loiu
Fourth racn. Washington handicap, on mile and
an olghlh Klnnima, 53; All Gold. 105; G. M.
Miller. 10S: Uarnegat, 55: Lahore 112; Donald
MacDonald. W; Teu Point. 1M; Tartar, 100;
Fifth race, ono mile Sprlngmald, 52; Dartnorth.
112: Homccrcat. 105; My Fellow. 103: Chomulpo,
10": Chester Krum, 114; Drando, 107; Hedge
Hoso. lOo; Edith Inez, 103; Kato K., 113; Cliff
Stream, 107; Ulackford, 101.
Sixth raeo, flvo and a half furlong Sonn of
Valley. 103; Sir Calcdorc. 100: Transformation,
105: J. B, Maylow, 100: Battling Nelson. Mar
garet Melso, 105; R.arebol). 103; I'ool of For
tune. 10J; FlatbrUHh. Chief Magistrate, 105,
LancoTrood, 105; Porth Rock, 103; Stonehrngc, 103;
Hudtt's Brother. 103; Aunt Elsie, 10a; Bull Dog,
By International News Service.
Flrrt raro, Ms furlongs Jimmy GUI. 107 (Mo
Cabo). 518.S0, $7.?0 and J3.80, won; Curlicue, 112
(Taylor), J!).M and ?5.C0. uccond; Tlooster, 107
(Henry), $4.60. third. Time. 1:13 3-5. Luther.
Richard Langdrn. Pen Galore, Topland. Syrlnga
and O 'Tin Tue, bIho ran.
Second rare, flvo and a half furlongR Bolal.i.
101 (Turner), $10.10. S3.S0 and J3.P0, won; Blrdlo
Williams. 100 (Ncylon). f4 DO and $3.30. rnicond:
Sosltis, 103 (Henry), SJ.40. third Time. 1:0S. Ro
liilram, ChftrTnourc, Ratlna, Yankco Treo and
Prlncoton also ran.
Third race, six furlongs Bravo, 112 (Borcl).
$1.80, $3.60 and $.1.30, won: Undo Dick. 102
(Dlshmon). $16.00 and $18 50, eecond: Ml?a Hawk
stouo, 102 (Kooh), $S4.10, third. Time. 1:15 l-o.
Coin. BUI "Wlialoy. Bill Barnes, Barnard. Mao
Taft and Star Bertji aleo ran.
Fourth raco. tlx furlongs Ilodgo. 105 (Grosn),
$3.W. S3 40 and $3.20, won: Any Time. 103 (Mar
tin). $4. SO and $3.0. tccond; Bronzo Wing. 35
(Fronch). JS.E0. third. Time. 1:14 1-C. Mts3
Gayle.' Old Ben and King McDowolI also ran.
Fifth race, ono nillo Morrlelown. 113 (Mc
Cabo), $5.20. $3.00 and $2.S0. won; Ambrose. 103
(Kodorls), $6.fO and $3.(10, nccond; Bonne Chance,
103 (Woods), $3.10, third. Tlnm, 1:11 2-S. Llt
tln Filhnr, Ymlr and Prince Hornils also ran.
Slsth race, ono mile and u slxlcotilh Counter
part, 103 (Kedorls). $12.00. $5.50 and $4. SO, won:
Star Aelroes, 105 (Kroi;M. $0.30 and Sfi.70. nccond;
Henry Itltto. 100 (Taylor"), $C.OO. tlilrrl. Time,
1:40 3-C. Cordl F.. Weyanoko, World'n Wonder
and Tho Grader also ran.
By International Nows Sorvlce.
First race, six furlonge Itoxa Mundl, 9S: Miss
Barn Harbor. 00: Lamrl, 107; Mac): B. Eubanks.
110; Oakland, 112. Otranto, 00; Marty Lou, 00;
Jack Kellogg. Inlan. 110; Dufuesno, 113.
Second race, six furlongs Fostnnte. Darhlnhlre,
Christmas Eve, 110; Llltlo Bean, Sadorus. Big
Spirit, 113; Flying Tranccf. My Kitten, Moon
stono, 110; J. Nolnn. Colfax. J. W. O'Shca,
Third rnce, ono nillo and a sixteenth Royal
Amber. OS: Gold Color, Coppnrlnwn, 103; Tont,
100; Jamea Dpcltory, 110; Galley Sluve, 112;
Itavcmil, 102: ft. Avano, 103: Ainon, 103; Bravo,
10H; Oroon. 112,
Fourth race, nix furlongt Isldora, 97: Prin
cess Callaway, 110; Hawthorne, 102; WUhlte.
103; Klrbourne. 110; Buckhorn. 124; Helon Bar
bee, 111: Hlflo Brigade, 09; Thoresa GUI, 102;
Tho Widow Moon, 103; Helios, 103; Leochares,
R, J. McKcmlo & Company ontry.
Fifth raco, islx furlongs Delft, 00; Nobby. 103;
Daddy Glp. 110; Wlntergroen, 110: Plllan, 113;
Blrdman: 93; Baron do Kalb, 107; Cash on Deliv
ery. Viooland, 110.
Sixth race, ono mile High Class. 100: Penalty.
100: Marsarct Lov.ry. 102: Stcvesta. 101; Soslus,
111; C'hrlstophlno. Edna Leska, 100; Lost Fortuuo,
102; Buck Kecnon, 107-
Seventh race, ono nillo and an olghth Marahon,
07; Oarneau, 103; Sain Hlrseh. 103; Bonne Ohanco,
10S. Henry mtlo, 97; L. H. Adair, 102; Sir Catca
Wculhcr cloudy: track sloppy.
AGAIN NAMES FULTZ
NEW YORK, Oct. 17. Tho annual
meeting of tho Baseball Players fraternity
was hold In this city last night and the
list of officers elected for the ensuing
year wus mado public today. A number
of Bubjecta relating to tho welfare of
the big league players wero discussed In
an Informal way, but action on the ques
tions considered were tabled until future
Tho officers of tho fratcrnltv as elected
are: David L. Fullz. president; Ray
mond W. Collins, Brooklyn Nationals,
vlco president: John P. Henry, Washing
ton Americans, vice president; John 13.
Miller, Pittsburg Nationals, vlcn presi
dent; Edward M. Reulbach, Brooklyn .Na
The advisory board consists of Ray
mond W. Collins, Jacob 33. Daubert,
David L. Fullz, John P, Henry and John
Tho board of directors for the coming
year Includes: ,T. Barbcau, Eros B.
Bargor, Fred T. Beck. AVIlllam J. Brad
ley. Tyrus R, Cobb. John Collins, Ray
mond AV. Collins, Samuel 73. Crawford,
Jacob E, Daubert, Otto Delnlugcr, Mich
ael J. Doolan, Richard J, 33gan. Fred
T. Falkenberg, David L. Fultz. Robert
Harmon. John P. Henry. David F. Jones,
Thomas F. Jones, Christopher Mathew
son, John B. Miller. Ralph 13. Myers, Der
rlll B. Pratt. Edward M. Rutilbach. Vic
tor Baler. Wilburt Schardt, A. Kemper
Shelton, Edward Sweeney, Ira Thomas
and James T. Williams'.
PLAY HANDBALL AT
DESERET GYM TODAY
Ilaudhall has aWayn been popular at tho Dos
orct KymiiBblutn, but moro so rlnco thn threo
new courts were built. Klnco the rccout tourna
ment several of tho contostantn who did not
make a good whowlnt: on account of lsok of condi
tions, hajo been steadily at It In tholr training,
tnlntt diligently to "como back" Into cbnmplon
A spoclal match has lcn nrraiiRed for thla noon
betweoa two of the crack of tho Dtacrot rym
muilurn. Dr. Fred Mrakln and Mr. Cook Is bolng
handled by Harl Smith, a local sportsman, and
Meaklu has been coached by Crover' Clcvolaud,
the nonssuper man. The- Ramon will bo called at
12:13 and tho public Is Invited.
Cliip aud Brown Matched.
By International Ketvn Service.
RACtNIJ, Wis.. Oct. n.-Ooorgo Chip of TMtla
burR was matoliod to fluht UoorRo (K. O.) Brown
of Chicago today, tho bout to ro to tho hljiheit.
bidder. Tlio probabllltlri aro (bat the bout will
lako placo In rittrburs.
Harness Eacas Postponed.
LEXINGTON. Ky.. OsU. 17OwInr; to .1 heavy
rain during the morning, tho trottlnB races, which
ncro to havo taken placo hero toduy, wro post
poned nud the four ovents will ho run off to
morrow. Thin was to havo been tho final day of
tho mocUns of tho Kentucky TrottluR llorao
TJiinoing lit Aiulitorium Orfobcr 2D,
191-". (Atlvcrtisoinoiit.) j
GREAT 110 TON)
WILL m TODAY
First Clash Between White
Sox and Giants Comes at
CHICAGO, Oct. 17. The Chicago
White Sox ball club, Chicago cham
pions, led by Manager James Callahan
and Secretary Harry B. Crablncr, left
tonight for Cincinnati. O.. where to
morrow thoy will meet the New York
NatlonalB In the firm gatno of a base
ball tour around the world.
The baseball players left aboard a
special train, which Is to bo their homo
almost continuously until they board the
steamer at Vancouver. November 20, for
Manager McGraw and the New York
players loft Now York oarlv today for
Cincinnati Both team3 will board the
special .train following tomorrow's " game
and journey to Chicago, whore the sec
ond game of the lour will be played.
President Comlskcy and a large num
ber of rooters accompanied the team to
Cincinnati. The probablo lineup for the
tour is as follows.
White Sox Weaver, shortstop; Schacf
cr. third base; Chase, first base: Craw
ford, right Held; Bodie. center field; Cal
lahan or Speaker, left Held; Berger, sec
ond base; Schalk or Daly, catch; Eenz.
Scott. Lavcronz and Russel, pitch.
New York Nationals Snodgrass, cen
ter field; Magoe. left field; Robert, third
base; Doyle, seoond base; Merklo. first
base; Thorpe, right field; IDoolan, short
stop; Meyers or Wlngo, catch; Mathcw
son. Tesrcau, Prommo, Perdue and
Jack Sheridan, dean of the American
league umpiring staff, has been selected
as one of the umpires lo accompany the
Giants and M10 White Sox on their world
tour. Only two umpires will be carried
with tho tcanif at the same time. Hank
O'Dny of the National league staff will
work with Sheridan In tho series of ex
hibition games to 'bo played in this coun
try. William Klcm, also of tho National
league staff, will accompany tho globe
gtrdlers after they leavo this country on
TOM LYNCH IS ALSO
FOR PRESENT PliN
National League President
Says World Series System
Will Not Be Changed.
NEW YORK,. Oct. 17. President
Thomas J. Lynch of the National league
has lined up with President Ban Johnson
of the American league in the sland tho
latter recently took In opposition to the
suggested abolition of the world's cham
pionship series In baseball. It lias been
quoted ns August Herrmann's scheme to
do away with the world's series and sub
stitute nn Intorleague series In which all
of tho major league clubs might partici
pate, but President Tyncli does not agree
with tho chairman of the National Base
ball commission In this Idea. Mi-. Lynch
"The world's series today Is the biggest
event In Ameriran sports and arouses
country-wide Interest. An interclub af
fair would be so long drawn out that In
terest would lac and the games would
become merely local contests, Instead of
Manager McGraw of the New York Na
tionals, defeated oontendor for this year's
title, was even moro strongly quoted to
day In opposition to tho Herrmann
scheme. H declared that the games now
played between Hubs wero sufficient to
decide tho respective league champion
ships, but the losers always hated to see
tho victors get the spoils "and want lo
declare themselves In on the post-series
He added: "Thero is not a chanco of
the world's series being dropped. It Is
too great an event in baseball,"
UTAH FOOTBALL TEAM
GETS NOISY WELCOME
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. Oct. 17.
Sixteen strong, tho University of Utah
squad that will battlo with Colorado col
loco for gridiron supremacy hero tomor
row reached hero today. Tho men were
given a typical college reception.
Yale Oarsmen Train.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 17 A distinct In
novntlon In tho trnlnhiK or u Yalo varolty ctctv
ha been Introduced tills fnll In preparation lor
tho Prlncoton mco on October 25. Tor tho laac.
two 'wccfeK tho men who mal:o up tho varsity
clrtht havo been koUir down to tho harhor at
G:.t0 In tho niornlns unit roTTlnK about four miles.
Thoy cat orangca and cracker on tho way down
mid get hack to tho canipuu In tlmo for break
fast. They will contlnuo llila mornliiR rowing up
to tho tlmo of tho mcc. The roaelu fay It is
pulllnc them In fluo phynical condition.
Benefit Game Postponed.
Chicago, Oct. 17 Tho exhibition rcanto to have
been nlnycd hern today boiwcon ino local National
and American lcai;no teams for tho benefit of tho
widow of tho late Cub third bnoemnn. J.imca
Ilovjo, waa pontponcd becnuno of rain nud enn
not bo played until noxt uprlng.
Idaho Academy Victorious.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
POCATELLO, Idaho. Oct. 17. Tho Academy
of Idaho football team defoatcd tho nigby high
school football team with u scoro of SI lo 0.
The ItlRby boys put up a hard contest, but were
Lotus Oluh Results.
At the Lotus club billiard rooms yestorday
afternoon Doatty won from Smith. 00 to 30: Whit
man won from ChrlPtonnen, 90 to 20. Last night
Schlfmsn won from Oilbers. 80 to St.
Tho noxt games will bo played Monday night,
when Van Horn playo Clark and Jonnon plays
Dancing tit Auditorium October 2f,
MAN WHO SHOT SELF
DIES AT HOSPITAL
Pedro .DomiuicU, tho Italian who shot
himself in the head, ovidontly with in
tent to commit suicide, in tho Piedmont
rooming houso "Wednesday night, died in
the county hospital itt ?:30 o'clock yes
terday morning. Dominiclc was about
I-lfj years old, and members of tho Ital
ian section of Salt Lake City seem to
know pracLically nothing regarding him
or why ho should havo attempted to
lako his own lifo.
WEST SIDERS WILL
BACK HOME TALENT
The West Sldo Improvement associa
tion will urgo upon tho residents of tho
west aide tho necessity of voting for can
didates from the west .side for the city
commission. "While taking no official ac
tion in tho matter, the association mem
bers are taking part in tho election as
Individuals. Prod W. Price, a member of
the association, is a candidate; for alty
commlsslonor and his friends declare
that his vote on the west aldo will be
particularly largo. I To Iuih pledged him
self to the extension of public Improve
ments on Uu west side.
i r ;
1 Gray's Twenty I
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- ' THIS IS CERTAINLY AN ERA OF PROSPERITY -rt ;'., I
' , ; We are proving that the tariff revision is a benefit to the consumer. : H
v & We are saving the men of Salt Lake City anywhere from ten to H
fifteen dollars on every suit or overcoat they buy from us. The manu- H
f- facturers we buy from had large stocks of piece goods on hand at the - H
j time the tariff was taken off of wool, and were anxious to unload. H
SO WE WERE JOHNNY ON THE SPOT. We bought 200 Suits I
" jj! ' and Overcoats from Stern, Mayer 8c Co. (the house we Slk I
F;t made famous), values $25 to $40, so we can sell them jk B H I
s y and make a small profit on them. We also bought 1 SO Suits and Over- H
- 1 : coats from Sturm, Schiller Co., the same values. We have the distinction H
a .;. of being the only retail store in America having permission from the H
V manufacturer to .sell all L. system suits and overcoats for one price, $20. H
Gray's Twenty Dollar Suit House I
The Place Is 258 and 260 South Main St. I
SALT LAKE THEATER "Tho Count
of Luxembourg." Tonight. Matinee
UTAJI Wlllard Mack and. ararjorlo
Rambeau In "Gencssec of the Hills."
Tonight. Matinee this afternoon.
ORPIIEUM Vaudeville. Performance
every afternoon and evening.
PANTAGES Performance every aft
ernoon and two performances at
EMPRESS Vaudeville. Performance
every afternoon and two perform
ances at night.
Tho followlUK theater notices ro marked
"adTorlliiemenl" In order to comply -nlth a
Btrlcl interpretation of the new federal netri
papor law. In no n90 aro they paid adyer
tlsemenH. Tlioy aro homo furnished by the
preta amenta of tho Tarlous theaters.
Paul Gllmoro's associate players In
"The I-Iavoc" will be the attraction at
the Salt Lako theater next Tuesday and
Wednesday. The new play tells a pow
orful story of a husband's daringly novel
solution of the problem created by his
wife's love for another man and gives
every actor in the play a star part. It
has taken Its place among the notable
dramatic successes of the day.
There will bo only two more perform
ances of "Gones.Hcc of the Hills" at the
Utah theater this week and local thea
tergoers should not miss the last oppor
tunities to soo t)hs magnificent produc
tion of the play dramatized from the
famouB novel, "Told in tho Hills," writ
ten by Marah Ellis Ryan. Wlllard Mack,
Marjorle Rambeau and associate play
ors aro giving a Buperb presentation of
the Interesting drama, and It has drawn
largo audiences throughout the week.
Next week "Kindling'' will be the attrac
tion. At the Orpheum this week thero are a
ccmplo of clover young Englishmen who
entertain splendidly with a routine of
dancing, pinno playing and singing. The
notable feature of their act Is their
simultaneous dancing and piano playing.
They alternate between tho steps and the
piano, but there Is no stop for relays.
Tho act Is brought to an eirectlvo close
with nn acrobatic dance. This week's
bill, which Is a great laughing hit, closes
with tonight's presentation.
Highland Lassies arc a senaation at the
now Pantagcs theater this week. Tho
lassies havo nn act that Is real from start
to finish Their wardrobe Is most, beau
tiful and elaborate. Three sets of scen
ery aro used. There is a stream, the old
bridge, the mountains, the waterfalls and
tho lighted castle on tho hillsides to givo
the act an air of grandeur at. the very
beginning. The ladles aro adorned In
Scotch plaids and kilts and render selec
tions on trombones, cornets and larger
brass Instruments. The lassies play
popular and classical selections. Scotch
medleys aro also rendered.
The ''crook" has entered drama and
has mado ts devious -ways of complica
tion more curious, "His Nerve," which
Is ono of tho leading features on tho
present bill at tho Empress, is a dra
matic playlet presented by four men nnd
tends to show the supremacy of tho gen
tleman crook over and abovu tho "thug."
Tho action of the play Is so rapid that
one has no time to take Issue with thu
author; Another act that Is causing little
short of a sensation Is "Tho Mirthful
Mermaids," no offered by Miss Anna
Morocnift and Miss Hclona Gandreau,
two shapely and beautiful young women.
"A wonderful picture of Scotland's
bravest." Is the way one Highland en
thusiast described tho latest Ulson fea-
turc film, "Shon. tho Piper," to 'be pre
sented at the Ilex today as the head
liner of tho new bill at that house. It
is a story of Scottish bravery in battle
and Scottish valor In both peace and war.
Tho bagpipes of Shon, the Piper, are the
nucleus around which Is woven a highly
dramatic story of adventure and love,
with tho scenic settings to represent the
hills and valleys of Scotland.
LJUle Alice, the daughter of a white
settler, and rilack Bird, an Indian boy.
are the chief characters In "The Poace
Council," a dramatic Patho story shown
at tlie Mehesy today. Tho two play
mates, in sport, dig up a portion of a
cornfield and thereby nearly cause war.
"Roses for Roslc" is a rollicking Lubln
comedy of a serious mixup la "packaKes.
A Kalcin drama of frontier days is "The
Buckskin Coat," in which a renegade
joins an Indian tribe and tries to make
trouble for the whlto settlors.
HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
GIVE MATINEE DANCE
More than 2150 students of tho Salt Lake
high school and the faculty of tho school
were present at a matinee danco given
yesterday afternoon by tho high Bchool
orchestra. The affair proved to bo a
great success, and members of the or
chestra havo prepared to give anothor
dance during the Christmas vacation.
Several will bo given next year.
The money taken in at tho dance will
be used to buy a viola for the orchestra.
This instrument will bo a now addition
to tho orchestra. Tlie Misses Jessie J
Maxwell, Ella M. Dukes and Mrs. Martha
Jennings acted as chaperoncs.
ASSESSMENT NO. 4.
Hider Nevada Copper company: princi
pal place of business, Salt. Lake City,
Utah: location of mines, Lander county,
Notice Is horeby given that at a meet
ing of tho directors of tho lllder Nevada
Copper company, held on Wednesday, the
15th day of October, 1D1.", assessment
No. 1 of two (2) cents per share was
levied upon tho capital stock of the cor
poration lssuod and outstanding, payable
Immediately to the secretary at his of
fice, care of McCornlck & Co.'s bank,
corner First South and Main streets,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Monday, the 17th
day of November. 191.1, will bo delin
quent and advertised for salo at public
auction, and unless payment is made be
fore, will bo sold on Saturday, tho 6th
day of December, Ifll.1. at -1 o'clock p. ni.,
at room -lOS Felt building, Salt Lako City,
Utah, to "pay the delinquent assessment
thereon, together with the cost of adver
tising and expense of sale.
JOHN J. MORRIS, Secretary.
First publication October IS, 1913.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Namo of corporation, Utah Fertilizer
& Chemical Manufacturing Company.
Location nnd principal places of business.
Salt Lako City, Utah, and Los Angele3,
Nolle is horeby given that at a meet
ing of the directory hold on the 15th day
of September, 1913, at 3 o'clock p. m. of
said day, an assessment of 1G cents per
share was levied on the Issued and out
standing capital stock of the corporation,
payable Immediately to H. S. McKoe, vice
president and treasurer of the corpora
tion, at his office in the National Bank
of California, In tho city of Los Angeles,
state of California.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on tho Sth day of No
vember. 1913, shall be (lellnauotit nnd ad
vertised for sale at public? auction, and
unless paymont 1b mado before, will be
sold on the 9th day of December, 1913, to
pay tho delinquent assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising and oxpenBes
Location of office. 371 New High street.
Los Angeles, Cat gl046
TONIGHT Last Time.
KLAW &ERIANGER Prestht
afoOL THE JOYOUS MUSICAL
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MUSIC BY PRANZ LEHAR
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100 People 20 Orchestra
Trices Evening, 50c to $2.00. Mat.,
2oc to ?1.S0.
Margaret Illlngton's Big Success.
Prices. 75c. 50c, 2H. Matinees,
Thursday and Saturday, 50c, 25c, 15c
Week of October 12.
WILLARD MACK MARJORIE
And Associate Players
"GENESSEE OF THE HILLS."
A dramatization of that thrilling
story, "Told In the Hills." by Marah
Ellis Ryan and McPhearson Turn
bull. Next! "Kindling."
STELLA MAYHEW-BILLY TAYLOR
W. L. Ablngton
Flanagan and Edwards
Redford and Winchester
Wlnslow and Duffy
Handera and Mllllss.
Evening prices. 10c. 25c. GOc. 75c.
Box scats, Si. Matinees dally, 10c,
25c, 50c Night peiformancos. 8:15.
Matinee daily, 2:15.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult county clerk or tho respective
signers for further information.
Estate of Henry CIny Rnney, deceased.
Tho undersigned will sell at public auc
tion tho undivided one-half of the west
ono hundred and thirty-soven and one- '
lialf feet of lots ono (1) and two (2). In
block one (1). plat J, Salt Lake City
survey, Salt Lako county. Utah, at ono
o'clock p. m.. October 22nd, 1913. at the
west front door of the city and county
building. Salt Lake City. Utah, for cash.
Dated October 11th. 1913.
g!661 SAM RANEY. Administrator.
SAN PEDRO. LOS ANGELES & SALT
Lake P. R. Co. Auction. Unclaimed
baggage In possession of this company,
consisting of trunks, boxes, chests, bun
dles, blankets, valises, baby cubs and
bicycles, will be sold at auction at No.
54 West Second South St., Salt Lake
City, Utah, commencing Thursday, Octo
ber 23, 1913, at 9 o'clock u. in., and con
tinuing each day until nil have been sold.
T. C. DAVISON,
General "Baggage Agent.
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I 1 "TME M,THf,UL I
i TO DAY With, Anna Morecraft and I jH
Helena Gandreau. I lH
2:30 "His Nerve," May Ward, 1
I 7:30 Thomas and Gertrude Kon-1 H
9:15 nedy, Clark &. McCullourjh, 1
I Klein Brothers, Gaumontl lH
1 7. Weekly, Empress Orchestra. 1 rH
B Regular 30c Matinee Dally" 1A I flll
m Empress 20c 500 I IJf I
B Prices 10c Pnrouet Scat fl l
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THE FIVE MUSICAL LASSIES ilfl
Joseph Callahan .1
As Brlgham Young H
Carmen and Clifton '1
Thomas Dalton -M
Marshall and Trlbble
Three shows dally. 2MB, 7:30 and IH
9:15 p. m. Seats reserved first 1
night show. Night prices, 10c, 20c
World's Greatest Contralto
SALT LAKE TABERNACLE,
MONDAY EVE,, OCTOBER 20. jH
Seats Now on Sale at Consolidated
Music Company, iH
13-19 East First South.
Reserved seats, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
General admission. 75c. J H
A Great Scottish Drama, IH
"SHON, THE PIPER" H
A Big Bill of Features In Addition. jH
Regular Rex Prices. H
Mehesy Theater H
5Cprogramme ChamgeaDa--3c jH
Pnthe Drama, M
"THE PEACE COUNCIL," IH
.Dramatic Indian fitory. H
Kalcm Drama, H
"THE BUCKSKIN COAT." H
Lubln Comedy. H
"ROSES FOR ROS1E." . jH
Special Three-Reel Attraction, H
"U. S. ARMY AND NAVY MAsJ JH
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