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I 10 S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909
i GREEK FEUD TOLD
IN MURDER TRIAL
Brother of Man Killed Says the
Quarrel Was Begun in
Old Country
INTERPRETERS DISAGREE
ACCUSE EACH OTHER OF GARB
LING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Mtkf Gells brotht ot Peter Gctls who
was killed at Blngbam Dec 23 was the
ntar witness for the state yesterday
against Peter Kothlaftls charged with
murder Quarrels which dated back to
das h Greece were IecrIbed Getls told
through the medium of an Interpreter
Charles Soter of sleeping with his broth
H In their hut of the brother getting
up carly m the mornln when he hoard
someone outside and ot the fatal shoot
ing
In court yesterday there was much con
tentiOn betwten Sotlr end Ernest Pap
pas interpreters which ended In making
Ser Interpretlr for the state and Pap
paR for the defln VitI one always
checking the other the most careful an
swers were read Into the record
When GEtls was turned over to tie de
ffnsp or crosspxamlnatlon Attorney
Samuel A King took him through the
ars of the past of the troubles In the
old country of his coming to the Unltel
81atls two years ago and of the result
lint trouble But In the main the testi
mony of the young man fixing the mur
dpr upon KothlafU and declaring that
tnf defendant fired the first shot could
not hl shaken
Tnere was a legal battle when Getls
tma to tell what his brother hall told
him when he was brought back into the
cabln after having been mortally wound
1 l It rj5 finally allowed to go Into the
rNord The dylug statement was that
Kothlaftis had done the shooting and that
Getls had not shot at him at all
Dr C N Ray surgeon for the Utah
Cc pper ompany described Getls three
wound He said he believed three bul
lets had struck Getls but afterward ad
mitted that the bullet which made the
wound In the arm might 11so have made
the wound in the side
Defense claims that defendant fired
Only twll and not until Getts had shot
at him lfany witnesses are to be heard
und the trial may last two Weeks
A
ASKS GOVERNOR SPRY
fOR TWO PRISONERS
Arizona Executive Issues Requisition
for Men Now Under Arrest in
This State
Phoenix Aria Nov 4Governor Sloan
today signed a requisition on the governor
of Utah for Elias S Klm all and Richard
A Shipp charged with having obtained
1200 under false pretenses from John W
I Mattie of Graham county for the alleged
i purpos of exploiting a banana and orange
t project In Vera Cruz Mexico The men
I are in custody
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i CITY BREVITIES
MR AND MRS W E FARR enter
tamed last night at an Informal mu
kale at their home In Center street In
honor of Mrs O F DOdge and Miss
J lIotlgl of Chicago Mr and Mrs Fred
lraham assisted In tile entertainment
TEACHERS of the city schools Will be
5 paid today for service during the month
f October The prIncipals received the
dlleks from Clerk L P Judd yester
jay amounting to S2i89J and will
hand out the money at school today
Mflt W II HENKLE of Chicago sister
of Mrs Margaret Zane Witcher arrived
ias night to visit her mother Mrs J
M Zane
MEMBERS of the state board of sheep
numlssloners held a meeting Thursday
ttrnoon at the office In the Judge
hlildlng Only routine Work Was con
idpred
THE ANNUAL business meeting of the
alumni of St Iarys academy In First
W45t street will b9 held at 4 oclock
Saturday afternoon at the academy to
he followed at 530 r m by a banquet
to the alumnI Officers will be elected
by the alumnI Miss Frances Phillips
Is now president
THE FAMILY ot Frank OXeUl of 19
First avenue has been kept busy an
swering telephoHe Inquiries regarding
Ur ONeiiI who was supposed to have
LIt n hurt In an automobile accident a
IPW 1 nights ago Mr ONelll was not
inj red and Is not In the city The
man who was hurt Is Frank OReUly
who also lives In Frst avenue
COLONEL W F JENIGNS who has
just rEturned from OiuUe Where he has
hCU assisting Commttnder Eva Booth
In conducting meetings wlI speak at
the Salvation Army hall tonight at 8
odock
CONGREGATION IONTEFIORE will
Iold Its regular Friday evening services
It Ii p m The theme ot Rabbi Heveshs
fIIsOurSf will be The Measure of Life
A ball will be she by the con grega
ton for the benefit of Its Hebrew school
on Nov H
ANNOTTNCEMENT has been made of ex
aminatIons hlch are to be conducted
1y the government for junior cheml8ts
anl junior engineers for service In the
gologtcal survey the examinations to
t > hpld here Nov 23 and 24 The salary
or the Junior chemists wm range from
S to 1 R year and for the ju
ninr engineers frornS4Oto 1W a year
The merit of the Wasatch Brands
Did bring them Into fame
The good housewife this brand de
mands
There arc none Just the same
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Highest prce paid for strictly fresh
eggs THF ROY A I CAFE
The Safest Investment
What Is the safest Invest
ment Ask this question of ex
perienced investors and they
wIll tell you that the security
safeguarded by real estate af
fords the safest and most satis
factory Investment obtainable
The Certificates Issued by thIs
Company In addition to being
guarantee by its Capital and
t Surplus are secured by First
Mortgages on highgrade Salt
Lake real estate They yield
i 6 per cent per annum payable
i twice a year
Salt Lak
I Security Trust
Company
f 52 Up Main Strt
I Capital 30000000
surplus JJ = 010000000
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S500 REWARD
For the capture of Dolly Dim
ples The HeraldRepublican will
pay the following rewards
500 In GOLD if the captor
shows Miss Dolly Dimples a re
ceipt for subscription to The Her
aIdRepublican paid up to Oct 15
1910 and a copy of The Herald
Republican of the days issue and
use the following words of identifi >
cation PARDON ME YOU ARE
THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOL
LY DIMPLES OF THE DAILY
AND SUNDAY HERALDRE
PUBLICAN
f300 In GOLD If the captor
shows Miss Dolly Dimples a paid
up subscription receipt to The
HeraldRepublican to Nov 25 1909
and a copy of The HeraldRepub
Hean of the days Issue and use
the following words of identifica
tIon PARDON ME YOU ARE
THE MYSTERIOUS MISS DOL
LY DIMPLES OF THE DAILY
AND SUNDAY HERALDRE
PUBLICAN
200 In GOLD to any captor
who shows Miss Dolly Dimples a
copy at The HeraldRepublican of
the days Issue and uses the fol
lowing words of Identification
PARDON ME YOU ARE THE
MYSTERIOUS MISS DOLLY
DIMPLES OF THE DAILY AND
SUNDAY HERALD REPUBLI
CA The reward Is effective at all
hours of the day and night after
11 a m From the time the paper
Is Issuoo 5 a m until 12 oclock
noon Miss Dimples has her free
dom but at all other hours the
contest Is open
If you have addressed Miss Dolly
Dimples using the exact words
above given and hold to her view
a paidup receipt and copy of The
HeraldRepublican of the days Is
sue she will at once admit her
Identity take you to The Herald
Republican office and one ot the
above three rewards will be paid
When you arrive at The Herald
Repu1J1lcan otflce you will be re
quired to make an affidavit that
you have been a resident of Utah
for the past ninety days The re
ward will not be paid to any out
sider but only to a bona fide rlsl
dent of the state of Utah This
rule effectually prohibits any cot
luslon and makes this contest ot
skill abeolutely fall and above C
boor
Boys under 18 years of age are
C also prohibited from securing the
reward and will not be recognized
In the contest The same rule ap
plies to any person directly or in
directly connected with The Her
aidRepublican or any member of
his or her family
Here is a chance for some person
to display cleverness and at the
same time secure a free gUt ot one
of the three rewards
Miss Dimples will positively not
recognize anyone detaining her for
any length of time In order to pro
cure a HeraldRepublican or any
one in any way whatever who <
stops her longer than a reasonable
period in order to repeat the salu
tation correctly It must be dls
tlnctly understood that Mis DollY
Dimples will Immediately admit
her Identity It correctly saluted
There will be no need of holding
her at any time either tweeen
the hours hat the contest is Cn
forced or when it Is not
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Ladies
Hand Bags
Stylishly built of seal pig
skin vachette and walrus
the large roomy kind that
women like so much and so
priced that each one is a real
bargain The complete line
at number 4 store but you
may order from any of our
branches
SchrammJohnson Drugs
Four Stores Where the
Cars Slop
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BILL AND COLLECTION CASES
In fine leathers or duck also paper
PEMBROKE STATIONERY CO
54 W Second outh St
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TribuneReporter Printing Co I
G West Second South Phones u I
Chimney Sweep and Furnace Man
G Hazel Leave orders Bamberger
Coal Co 161 Main strest Both phones
a S
Kodak Finishing
Salt Lake Phto Supply Co 14 Mtn
W1WZK d AGU
fjJ I The mainspring of
business is faith and
the stock of goods is
the works
q Digest these with
the fact that we have
been in business over
47 years and are unex
cellel for reliability
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Sweater Coats
are stylish as well as comfortable
For ladies or gentlemen sweater coats are now considered
very smart We nave them in the most attractive
styles and colorsmaroon giay blue white etc See
them in the window
and 6 1
Phoenix Mufflers
Come in all sizes and styles for men women and children
We have an immense stockall the new shades
SpecialWe have a splendid proposition in madeto
measure uniforms for High school cadets Lots of style
and good materials at a low price
New Store 245 Main St
ORPHEUM TICKETS GIVEN AWAY
BY THE HERALDREPUBliCAN
Somewhere In the classified columns of every Issue of The HeraldRe
publican will be found an order for two seats at the Orpheum theatre good
for either matinee or evening performance on date of issue The person whose
name appears In this order will please present a copy of the ad to The Her
aldReoubllcan office before G oclock today together with a positive Identl
ficatlo your last subscription receipt wIll do Read the classified adver
tisements in this Issue Perhaps your name Is there
r
A private sate may be rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 200 per veal and upwards
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MONEY TALKi
Money speaks just as loudly In Salt
Lake as In any place on earth Seven
hundred thousand dollars assets Over
three hundred thousand dollars surplus I
as additional protection to Its patrons
Six million dollars of business Recent
ly endorsed by the insurance depart
ments of four states Progressing in
every department of Its work
THE CONTINENTAL LIFE INSUR
ANCE INVESTMENT COM
PANY SALT LAKE
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WASATCH BACON
A streak of tat a streak of lean
With lots or goodness In betweeal
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It Its a surface to be painted
enameled stained varnished or
finished In any way theres an
Acme Quality
kind for the purpose
Culmer Paint Glass Co
New Store
37 EAST FIRST SOUTH
Theres nothing like sham In tamed
Wasatch barn
Its rich and Its all to the good
Theres lean round the bone and tat
round the lean
And its packed too the way that It
should
Royal Stale Bread Depot
Open 3 to 5 p m dally Entrance on
Third South Good bread very cheap
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McCoys livery carriage antS IIcht
1110 Both phones RI
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Wtlel1
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Full Double Soled
Winter weight waterproof
shoesno need to wear
rubbers
WALKOVER
214 Main
Harding Shoe Company
Union Made
I AERIAL CLUB PRESIDENT TO 61VE LECTURE
A lecture troD to tho public on
AorJal TranspottatiOfl win 110 lIven
by pro AtIOLC Lirodbeck thlll oVOIuj at
tile club room 01 tile IC M C A build
Ing TItt lecture is given ltntlor the
I1UplCbII u tho nLuaento counclL the
I1J111oCll1UOn institute and wIll till open
to till Wilt are Interested In title latelt
development In transportation Dr
Brodbeck III prcalacnt of tile newly
organized Aerial clUb d Utah and also
Is the Inventor or air cars II type or
care IlalrWil between tho oramary
rail coaches and the flying macnlnes
His years oJ research ana stucy nnd
practical application will make this
lecture one of much interest
This III the first or a series of lec
tures to bo offered by the educational
department or the Y M C A along
various lines of Industry commerce
economics and sociology The single
serlee of lectures which proved most
popular last year and Which will be
repeated this season In a varIed form
Is the mining series discussing the va
rious popular features or the chief In
dustry or the Intermountain region
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BAR SIDEWALK STORES
Police Take Action After Many Com
plaints Are Received
Orders were Issued by Chief of Police
S M Barlow yesterday afternoon that
all pawnshop merchants and others must
cease ranking use of sidewalks for a die
play of goods Patrolmen were Instruct
ed to make arrest In all cases where
their orders were disregarded Many
complaints ot obstructed sldllwalk have I
been received recently
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TO HOLD MOOT TRIALS
S Within the near future the house of
representatives room on the fourth floor
of the city and county building will be
used by the law class ot the University
ot Utah for the lectures and moot trials
and also by J Leo Fairbanks super
visor of art In the public schools for
teachers classes Saturday mornings
Mayor John S Bransford has glw1 his
consent
DOLLY TAKES LONG CHANCE
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persons are employed and aU are kept
very busy for there are hundreds of out
oftown orders pouring In constant
I was surprised to note that not only
does this firm clean and de wearing ap
parol but articles or household utility
which are made ot textile fabrics also
furs and feathers It does French dry
cleaning with hydrate ammonia a pat
ented process which the Regal company
has exclusively French dry cleaning Is
the only method for cleaning clothes
llany skeptical persons are under the Im
pression that a dry cleaning process
means just a brushing and airing It
not only means a dusting and renovating
but a thorough cleaning with gasoline
The Regal company has the most mod
ern machinery procurable for the work
machinery which was Installed at tremen
dous cost but which Is capable of turn
Ing out a great deal of work A dry
cleaning renders clothes as good as new
and saves the sender the price of a new
garment
A great machine resembling a huge
double wheel In construction and careful
ly padded on Its hollow Interior so that
It would be impossible to Injure the most
diaphanous fabric revolves gently and
dusts the garments thoroughly They are
then put Into a great gasoline Washer
containing a device which revolves first
one way then another and washes with
gasoline and IIurate ammonia Aft t
Er this process they are thoroughly
rinsed In a similar machine contaIning
fresh gasoline and come out of this tub
beautifully cleaned The colors are as
fresh as when the garment was new They
are then subjected to a steaming and
drying process which I cannot explain
and after a good pressing look exactly
like new Pressing and repairing of gen
tlemens clothes are done at the Regal
and at a reasonable rate by the month
Dolly Becomes Generous
Has any Salt Laker over tried to give
anything away Dont ever try It You
will meet with greater confIdence If you
are selling gold bricks at 1000 an Inch
The announcement that you arc giving
something away absolutely tree Is suf
ficient to change the expression ot the
most unsophisticated maiden to a look
of shrewdness and distrust
wily Is It that the word washing ma
chine has the magic power to freeze
the smilEs from the face of the most gra
cious of ladles This latter problem Is
still puzzling me
I motored about a great deal yesterday i
In my endeavors to solve the riddle It I
was only after I had met With many un
kind rebuffs that I finally abandoned the
Idea of finding the solution of the prob
lem and I am still no nearer the truth
than I Was then
I have heard that Murray people were
so chaming I decided to take a trip to
that busy little town In my dear Ameri
can and givE away a visionary laundry
help Id like to meet the chief of po
lice I said to myself when I reached
Murray alJd I began mlng Inquiries
Ve have no chief here said n tall
giant looking Individual In overalls All
weve got Is a marshal
Thank you Id like to see the marshal
Shall I find him at the city hall I asked
No you wont 11e replied In a
grIeved tone Youll find him to home
His name Is Manse and he lives at lOT
Vine street
Thanking my informant I drove out to
the home ot Marshal Mauss It was a
cute little place with a spacious front
yard
Asks for Marshal Mauss
Is Mr 18U88 In I Inquired of a neat
little woman who came to the door and
whom I judged to be Mrs lauss
Xo hes at the neighbors she re
plied regarding me with considerable
curiosity
Next door 1 asked
Across the street she replied
Thanking her I departed In the direc
tion ot the house Indicated At the neigh
bors they said Marshal Maus Was mak
Ing hay so 1 gave up trying to see him
and started out to give away washing ma
chines without asking his advice
Why Is it At the first house Where I
called I met R sweEt girl with a dim
pled seraphic countenance who looked
like a bride yet when I said Madam
I want to give you a washing machine
absolutely free her smiles vanlsjied like
magic and In freezing tones she replied
You could not give me a washing ma
chine for I would not take It and bang
went the door leaving me staring dazedly
at Its cold hard panels
At the next house the lady listened WIth
patience for fully two minutes It will
wash Iron press and told your clothes IIi
ten minutes madam I said solemnly
and I am giving this wonderful wash
ing machine way
The door space which framed her fig
ure narrowed to a mere crack and from
this tiny pace she eyed me with poignant
alarm
Giving It aWay aye shesald and It
washes Irons and presses your clothes In
ten minutes
Yes I said a bit crossly All you
do Is to press a button It works by com
pressed air
Bang went the door and the lady ot
the house appeared a moment later at
her front window
Shoo she exclaimed as though try
Ing to frighten a troublesome chicken
Go away or Ill call the police
I met two nice ladies on Vine street but
tby both refused my doubtful gift
Mrs Ctnrs n l 71 Vln street was In
terested but skeptical Do you do your
own washing I asked abruptly when
she answered my summons
Why no she said surveying me In
some astonishment
Thihks Im soliciting the family wash
I said to myself
I represent the North Pole Washing
Machine company I announced Ve
are Inventors of a wonderful new wash
Ing machine
The lads kind face hardened visibly at
the word washing machIne
I am giving them away I hastened to
assure her She eyed me In silence with
o a look of palpable misgiving and I pro
ceeded Giving these machines away
Is our unique way ot advertising You
see I contlnued confidentially our
washing machine Is such a wonderful In
vention that people refuse absolutely to
credit alt that we claim for It For that
reason we have abandoned the magazine
method of advertising It Is more costly
than the present method
Yell Im going to send my washing
out this winter she said and I really
It will wash Iron fold and press your
clothes In ten minutes I Interrupted It
works by compressed all You press a
lever and It Is done
It must be a wonder she said eyeing
me sharply to determine my sanity How
can tt Iron where are the Irons
Inside I replied They look like
miniature mangles They are Iron rolls
padded anfl covered wIth camas The
whole machine Is square and stands four
feet high
Veil what would It cost she asked
Nothing I Insisted We give away one
In each neighborhood and all the pay
ment we ask of you 15 that you show It tO
your frIends They would have to buy one
if they liked yours
How much would they sell at she
asked
Thlrtyfle dollars I replied
Mrs Stevens Skeptical
I could not give Mrs Stevens a wash
Ing machine so I tried next door at Mrs
Trlpps No 63 VIne street
Mrs Tripp and a pretty young lady
whom 1 judged to be her daughter were
dressed to go out and she asked me to call
another time as she couldnt make up her
mind to take one
I have a washlhg machine she re
plied In answer to my fIrst question
But not like ours I said Ours wlll
Wash Iron fold and press your clothes
In ten minute I am giving one away In
each neighborhood
Yes but youve been calling at the
neighbors she said How Is that Will
they all get one
No I laughed I havent succeeded
In placIng one yet They cannot credit
what our Invention will accomplish
Mrs Tripp shook her head One does
not get something for nothing she said
sagely
I tried to explain that It was a form ot
advertising hilt Mrs Tripp remained un
convinced
It Is a wonderrCul machine I stated
They all are till you get them was
the Ironical reply
Irs Tripp however was very nice and
promised that I might call again
You should have one I admonished
for when your washing Is done you re
move a plug and automatic brushes will
scrub your floor
Youll excuse me she said anxiously
Were dressed to go out
I think my last statement frightened
her
I myself drove my lovely American out
to Murray yesterday The beauty of this
Incomparable car 15 that though It Is
powuful and speedy It Is so light to han
die that a lady will take keen delight fn
acting as her own chauffeur occasional
Then besides being pretty my American
Is built for comfort and urablllty and It
a touring car In every sense ot the word
CHICAGO PAPER HAS GOTCH
AS JEFFS TRAINING MAN
Chicago Nov 4TJte Inter Ocean this
morning says
With thc hope of being good and strong
when he meets Jack Johnson In their
battle for the heavyweight championship
of the world Jeffries bas decided to en
gage Frank Gotch the champion heavy
weight wrestler of the world to Work with
him for a few months When he begins
training for the fight Jeffries Intend t
Work twice R day with Gotch so as to be
In fine condition when the bell clangs
Gotch will probably accept Jeffries offer
to assist him In Ills training stunt
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EFFORT TO GET HELEN
BOYLE OUT OF PRISON
Plttsbur Nov 4Attorney Stephen G
Porter today flied an appeal In the su
perior court ot Pennsylvania In behalf of
Helen Boyle asking for a reversal at her
sentence ot twentyfive years to the west
Ern penitentiary for complicity In the kid
naping of Billy Whltla the son of At
torney James Vhltla of Sharon Pa
TOilS NOT BUT WEARS
EXPENSIVE RAIMENT
Immaculate Youth Best Dresed Man
in Courtroom Admits
Vagrancy
Every once In a while somebody drop3
Into police court and makes a hit Roy
Frederlck was the hit of the day In
police court yesterday afternoon At the
call for Frederickson on a charge of va
grane there Walked to the little railing
a spick and span youth clad In fine rai
ment and wearing Immaculate linen A
diamond ot unquestionable purity gleamed
In a silk neck scarf and patent leather
shoes with spats shone brightly His
clothes were undoubtedly ot the 50 qual
ity and his hands and face Indicated plen
ty of leisure
There must be some mistake mur
mured Attorney E A Rogers as he In
vestigated the complaint to IIlake sure
he wasnt dreaming But no mistake ap
peared
You are charged with vagrancy What
Is your plea tersely asked the court
Guilty was the response of the gilded
youth
Attorneys and attaches of the police
court gasped for breath The plea of
guilty was entered and a floater sen
tence given Court officials are still Won
dening why a man wearing 150 worth of
clothes should plead guilty to vagrancy
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AMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS TODAY
+ Salt Lake TheatrlChaunce 01 +
+ cott In Ragged Robin 815 p m 4
+ Orpheum fheatreYaudevllle 215 +
+ p m and 315 p m +
+ Colonial TheatreThe Sunny Side +
+ ot Broadway 815 p m +
+ Bungalow Theatre Pantages +
+ Vaudeville 216 p m and 815 p m +
4 + + + + i + + + + + t + + + t 4 I + + 1 4 4 +
RAGGED ROBIN
Ragged Robin Is the play that Is dlf
fennt This departure from accepted dra
matic types Is the keynote of the produc
tion In which Chauncey Olcott Is play
ing tile stellar role It is a unity of com
edy fantasy poetry and song It has the
charm of minstrelsy the fascination of
talry lore and th2 human Interest of a
true love story The play suits the pecu
liar talents ot Chauncey Olcott better
perhaps than any that has been written
for the popular actor It Is essentially
Irlh In atmosphere and temperament and
Is fitted to the personality of the actor
giving scope for the dIsplay of his versa
tile gifts
Ragged Robin combines a rarely pa
thetic love story with the world ot fairy
land Humans and the little people
play their various roles but the fairy
element is only Incidental to the develo
ment of the plot It Is a real element ot
life to the true Celt and this belief em
bodied In the play gives It Its rare and
unusual character It Is the legend of the
fairy well that casts a spell upon the
play These waters bring union to lov
ers If a man and a maid drink one after
the other the fairy spell hall bind them
together through life and through death
Margaret anti RobIn the Wanderer
drink of the Waters but Margaret Is al
ready betrothed Though It would have
been easy to win the girl Robins honor
holds him back He sees her married to
his rIyal without losing faith In good
ness and the fairies They are constant
and lead him by many paths back to
his sweetheart Her husband dies her
father Is reduced to poverty and It re
mains for Robin who has been restored
to his inheritance to save them from ut
ter destitution
When the exquisite simplicity and
beauty of the play have been noted When
it Is remarked how excellent Is the com
I pany and how splendidly the production Is
staged there remains for consIderation
I that feature of Chauncey Olcotts dra
matic work for which lie Is best known
His singing of the beautiful Irish songs
which are his own composition pUb him
In a class by himself Romance pathos
tenderness In exquisite melody grip the
heart Each is worthy ot mentIon but
Sweet Girl of My Dreams Is the one
that will be best remembered Mr Olcott
sang this one again and again and re
peated the lines as he was called back at
the close ot the last act
It Is said that a production of Augustus
Pltous can be told by Its beautiful scenic
effects Certainly tills holds true In this
presentation of Ragged Robin No more
beautiful effect has been conceived than
that ot the apple orchard and fairy well
of the first act and It brought a round of
applause The transformation scene of
the last act Is also rarely beautiful and
every settIng IS up to the standard
Ot the company there can be only Words
of praIse Each part Is taken acceptably
and some In a superior manner Among
these should De mentioned the Margaret
of Rose Curry and the Andrew Grattan of
Mark Price Josl laf1ln In the role ot
Beth leehan was a favorite from the
first and gave the humorous reilet which
the pathos Jf the play demands Also
there Is Comrade by himself He Is a
love ot an Alr dale terrier that has no
small part h the play When Robin Is
urged to give up his wandering life and
settle down he replies that lie is wlllIM
bit that Comrade could not abide It And
the sympathy of the audience Is with thc
dog Ragged Robin by Chauncey Olcott Is
a noteworthy Imatlc event Those who
fall to see It are losing a rare treat It
must be seen to bs appreciated There
will be opportunIty Friday and Saturday
nights and Saturday matineo at the Snit
Lake theatre
BUNGALOW THEATRE
Vaudeville ot decided merit was put on
at the Bungalow theatre last night mark
ing a change in bill ot the Pantages
shows the new syndicate so far as Salt
Lake Is concerned The various acts on
I the bill arc different tram that which the
independent vaudeville people have put on
In Salt Lake heretofore
Shetland ponies trained and exhibited
by Leon Morris the eighth act on the
bill furnish easily the head liner These
Intelligent little animals perform prac
tically every feat known to horse train
ers and have a fEw original stunts be
sides The Chartrls sisters In whistling
and character sketches drew several en
cores Their voices are good
All Thats Fair In Love a comedy
sketch corresponding to the usual vaude
ville plallt by Smith Evans and Wil
liams In the respective parts ot daugh
ter father and lover drew big applause
The sketch combines some pathos with its
humor The singing of Miss Myrtle Bal
linger a Utah girl In the illustrated song
number won half a dozen encores Rob
erts and Downey wooden shoe dancers
succeed n making much noise and do
some clever fast work The PantaS
scope completes the program
Sutton and Sutton In a comedy singing
and contortion act entitled The Rube
the Girl and the Pumpkin announced
as the headliner failed to appear The
blame was laid to the baggageme at the
last stopping place The act will appear
tonight
THE SOUL KISS
The Soul Kiss and success are
synonymous This widely heralded musi
cal offering will be seen at the Salt Lake
theatre next week and It Is safe to say
that It will be greeted by capacity audi
ences judging by the business done else
where Pertlna the Europeanfamed
danseuse a cast of marked excellence
and a Broadway Beauty Chorus such
as the metropolitan amusement seekers
delight In are the principal features of
this mirthmaking and melodious nitmc
tlon The sale of seats opens at the box
office today
ORPHEUM THEATRE
Irs John Redd one of the best known
women of the city will appear on this
afternoons program at the Orpheum She
will give two readings with a musical
accompaniment Mrs Reed Is well and
favorably known as a talented reader
With the conclusion of the performance
tomorrow night the bill now running will
go to Ogden and make Way for a new
program headed by the famoUS Spanish
dancer and pantomimist Rosarfa Guer
nero
COLONIAL THEATRE
You have three more chances to see
Max Bloom Al Harrison and J E
Coughlin comedians at the Colonial this
week The comedy parts are taken care
of In The Sunny Side of Broadway and
there Is a lively chorus
THE TIME THE PLACE AND THE
GIRL
One reason why the musIcal comedy
The Time the Place and the Girl which
comes to the Colonial next week has
been and Is still SUC3 a SUCCes8 Is be
cause It Is unusual In that It 18 a rea
sonable comedy with real music In It
The play combines a story that can be
understood and followed even When ac
companied with music of the whlstly sort
and pivoted amid attractive stage set
tings The cleverness of Jessie Huston
who portrays the Girl and the versa
tility of Robert Pitkin who plays Hap
py Johnny Hicks do not attach to them
all the fun nor Quarantine all the music
of the piece
SHUBERTS GET LYRIC
Definite announcement has been mall
that the Lyric theatre will open as a
Shubert house on Monday night Nov Iii
with The Gay lttilclan li the opening
attraction This playhouse will only Qe
the temporary home of the Shubert at
tractions however as a much larger the
atre Is to be built soon to house the In
dependent plays
The work of remodeling the Iwrlc
which was begun the first ot this week Is
being rushed to completion The chairs
for the remodeled play houEe have ar
rived from the east and will be Installed
wIthin a few days
Contracts for several high class plays
have been signed by Howard Garret and
forwarde1 to the Shuberts Following
The Gar uslIln the attraction will be
The Man From Home which will be
presented on Nov 24 Zi 26 and 7 This
Is the Lelbler Company production
which scored such a success In New York
during Its run It tWJ years
Other attractions that have been sc
cured are Jefferson Anglls In The
Beauty Spot Lady ot Dreams The
Motor Girl The Girl In VaItir g The
Dance Around the World The 108
Vatch1s Wilton LIckae In The Bat
tle Viola Allen In The White Sister
and Eleanor Robson In The Darn Jf
Tomorrow
Jacob Shubert ot the Shubert firm Is
expected In Salt Lake In about tso weeks
and at that time something definite may
be announced with regard to the new
playhouse
FOR THEFT OF FURS
Prisoner Pleads Not Guilty but Is
Placed Under Bond
Jack Johnson charged with the theft
of fUls valued at W thc property ot
Miss Mamie James entered a plea of
rot July In police curt yesterday aft
ernoon and waR placed under 0 bond
for his appearance Nov 20
Will Henzel was found guilty of bat
tery It being proven that he had struck
T A Link on the jaw after an argument
over a bill Time for sentence was fixed
for today at 2 oclock The altercation
took place Oct 2 at the corner of Sc
ond South and Main a streets
YOUNG WOMEN INQUIRE
ABOUT MISSING MEN
Letters were received Thursday by
Postmaster Arthur L Thomas from two
young women each of wnom made In
quiries concerning the whereabouts of
men Miss Estella FIrman ot Denver
wrote that she had heard J J Craig had
been seriously hurt here She asked that
Inquiry be made In hospitals
The other letter came from Miss Janie
E Newsom of Jacksonville Fla and
asked for the address of George F Sum
mers
ONLY ONE COW WITH
CONSUMPTION FOUND
Herds ot dairy cattle near the city hayS
been Inspected recently by the city milk
and food Inspector and Dr J H Brim
hall government Inspector and In only
one instance hu a case of tuberculosis
been found among the cows Experiments
In Germany and France have shown that
cattle can be Infected with tuberculosis
from the human body and the reverse
has been proven Every farm sending
milk Into Salt Lake has been Inspected
The dairymen are now favorable to the
Inspection system
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ARTHUR H KIRK IN
JAIL FOR AN ASSAULT
Arthur H Kirk Is charged with assault
and battery upon Charles H Worthen a
bishop In the Mormon church In a com
plaint Issued by the county attorney YES
terday The complaint 18 signed by
Charles S Sperry probation officer The
assault 18 laId to h6 occurred when
Bishop Worthen sent Kirks son on a
mission Kirk is now in the country
jail
MURDER CHARGE AGAINST
RIO GRANDE OFFICER
Murder In the first degree Is the charge
against Charles Nelson yesterday In fI
complaint issued by the county attorney
Nelson Is charged With having killed
Steve Chatbas The preliminary hearing
will be held before Justice of the Peace
F H Cellventra at Midvale Nelson
a special officer In the Rio Graoo yards
shot Chatha on the night of Oct 29 for
stealing coal
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