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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909 9
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Will BE GOOD IF
IFSTAY
WIFE WilL STAY
Husband Promises to Quit
Drinking and to Earn All
He Can
I will do anything in the world to
bring this unpleasant matter to a
close pleaded Colin Edward Stokes
before Judge C W Morse in the Thud
district court yesterday when his Wife
Hannah Louisa Stokes had finish < 1
her effort to obtain a divorce from him
1 will promise to YOU and all oth
ers lu this court room said Stott
that I will never touch another drop
of liquor tad that I will never enter i I I
the doors of a saloon again A jJ a
lean I promise ph er again to touch i
liquor and will drifcwhat I can to sup
port my wife
Stokes a cripple pleaded biB own de
fense His wife janitress in ha
Walker hank building said she had
supported him for years and that he
would do nothing for himself He was
Injured in 181t1 by a street car JIi
right leg was amputated just below
the knee The wit added that entry
time he got money he spent it for
drink
Jue7e Morse found the case rather
puzzling and c ntirued it until the sec
ond Friday in January The court ex1
pressed the hope that Stoker would
turn over a new leaf and do what he
ould to help the family If a favor
able report is received the cane will be
dismissed Judge Morse indicated that
unless Stokes tried to do better the
wife would receive a decree
We Have Not Overstepped
The mark a particle when we pronounce
our line of millinery the choicest seen
mywherp and the entire stock Is of j
fered at onethird and onehe price
MEHESYK 156 Main St
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CALfFOKNIA
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StO BY ALi LEAOINC DRUGGISTS
cysts ir r ao rIIIE sob PER aorta I
1 I Mother toad PI rev i Turfs Painkiller
i 1 ixaluiblc in the nurserj and tt should
I h kept at hand in case of EriMUdemt
Pi r rain in the breast take a little
Iankller In sweetened milk and
water bathing the breast In it clear at
the same time If the milk passages
are clogged from cold or other causes
bathln In the Painkiller will gUe im
mediate relief Ask for New ate Bot
tle
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SMALL PRefRTAHEItS
Big Removal Sale
IS STILL ON
Bigger reductions than ever Every article
in the house reduced to 60 cents on the dollar
Ai moving dy is close at hand and our stock of first
class uptodftis Suits Overcoats Hats Shoes and Fur
nishings is getting low we have oome down another peg
on the price whioh will iur ly take the rest of our stock
off our hands
Every article in this sate guaranteed and union made
DOXT FORGKT THE PLACE
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Just a Few 28 East
Doors EAst F ra 11 k S First
of Main St South
It will pay you to walk up Main St and turn east on
1st South to see our values
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BUSINESS WILL SIZZLE AGAIN I
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THIS MORNING AT 8 OCLOCK BEGINS A
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Of the Entire Stock Which WasDarnaged By Fire
Womens Outer Garments Millinery Mens Clothing Furnishings
Furnishings and Shoes S Hats and Shoes
C hllllds Outer Garments Furnishings
Hats and Shoes
lUMBLING Mr Man 1
PRICES ON LADIES F = 1 Buy a Suit or Overcoat here at a
saving of 60 per cent wear it 30
S VITS AND CO A TS v days If youre not satisfied your
money back after 30 days wear
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WE WONT STOP TO TELL YOl and well pay you 10 per cent for
HOW GOOD THEY ARE THE the wear of our goods If you
PRICES WILL DO THAT cant see the IHlvlJ1tft
P advantage better wean
r IJ C e S L 0 W e r e d
an optician
LadlesLo10400 I
les i 2000 and 2200
Suits and
Mens 1200 Suits and
Coats 7 a 15 20 Per Cent Overcoats b 5 35
Ladies 2500 and 2750 Suits
Mens 1500 Suite mid
and I j Overcoats 670
Coats < 1 O3O b
Ladies p 3000 and 3200 Suits L II m hen 2000 Suite and
and I W milCh means a saving of Overcoats a 895
Coats J 11 00 fu Mens 2500 Suits mid
r
5 4000 6000 7000 and 8500 940
Ladies 3500 and 4000 Suits 0 7 Overcoats i r 40
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and Mens 2800 Suits find
Coats Jp 1C f 0 > 15 Overcoats 1 1255
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254256 State St v
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OPP THE BUNGALOW OPP THE BUNGALOW
THEATRE OPPOSITE THE a 1 THEATRE
BUNGALOW THEATRE
M 11111 fa if I > I n >
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Read This Then Act and You Will Save Dollars
A Grand Sale of Toys and
General Merchandise
at the
I PEOPLES CASH DEPT STORE
NOW ON AND CONTINUING UNTIL CHRISTMAS EVE
Genuine reductions on Ladies Suits Millinery Coats Childrens Coats Ladies Silk
Vaists and all wearing apparel Genuine reductions in Mens Clothing department Genuine
reduction in Coat and Shoe department Genuine reductions in the Dry Goods department
Special clearance prices on all Blankets
10 TONS of High Grade Utah Made Candies at I the Ridiculously
Low Price of lOc a ib
Ties and Fancy Crockery in our basement exceeds all records
Our prices are low and in addition we give to every customer a free prtee drwlltf ticket
on every 50cent purchase in every department up to Christmas Eve
Prizes will be shown in window We have useful presents in every department
WELC 0 M E TO ALL Our Address Is 12 Block From Main St
42444648 First South West
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Jor Infants and Children
The M Yen Have Always Bougiii
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HEUALDIUSPrBLICAN
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in home clubs re
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Hr ePUcan
Somewhere in the classified cohc
of every issue of The HoraldRepubli l
will be fourd an order fr two seat
the Orpheum theatre < Xld
rood for en n
ruUinee of evening performance on da i
of issue The person whose name it
pears in thlll order will please present t v
copy of the ad to The HeraldRepur
llcan office before I
oclock today I
Iftther with A positive identification
your last subscription receipt will d
Read the ra1 < tfled advertisements i
thl tsuue Porhnpi your name Is then
HIt RALD POBLICAN WAN
ADS BRINC liB ULTS 5c A LINE
Luxurious Automobile CoaU
In Cararul German Mink Puny Ri r
Mink HiitNui hwil I tirm IOlqind 1 Ever
i i it in < l li liorr fter q i i S 13 03
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MASHERS ARE CHASTISED
Callow Youths Insult Young Women
and Are Taken in Hand by
L T Cooper
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It took just about two rnmutPi last i i
night for to mashers who had insult
ed two women on Main street to be
dealt two wift kicks in two painful
spots which caused them to try a
hew running record of two blocks in
two seconds J
The c iiutisemcnt was administered
by L T Coopei the eastern mlllio i
airs DtHl4xui manufacturer The
women who are tell know r all4 t x
toedlnpH ittractlve local matrons
were waiting for a ear at the corner
tf Main and Second South streets Tile I
two alluw youths brushed close to
them and then stopped In voices so I
ioided they were only exceeded by the J
damoi 01 the mashers clothes they i I
Ijpgan making comments
Oi see whos here leered the hood
Kiiii snnrkin Impudently at the
lUllg WUtalI
The trouble just then however 1
seemed to he that the nu shers failed f
to see who was there They found out
the next Instant Tey were collared i
from behind by Cooper who is a man
nl tieuitmlous physique their heads I j
were humped together then they were
ViiiileJ around l and literally kicked
ou the Lt t > f their marathon dpwi
lalll street
Mr 4oper is well known in Salt
I 4he whore I he has been visiting for
bout i a month He ta quite a young
man and is i said to be very wealthy
H is reported that he is the champion
jxer 1 of the Metropolitan Athletic
Iuh of New YOlk of Wilton ha ttiti I
rentbete
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AMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS TODAY
+ Orpheum Theatre Vaudeville 215 +
4p m and 85 p m +
f Colo ial Tht > atreIn Wyoming +
I + 215 p m and S15 p m + I
i + Bungalow Theatre Pantages f I
I 4 vaudeville 230 p m and 830 p m + I
1Pftftt444 f + + it4 + tiPt + ttlb
TTHE J
THE TALK OF NEW YORK i
On of the n oit interesting events of
the week in theatrical circles to the ap
pearance Monday night of Victor Moore
at the Salt Lake theatre In George M
Cohans jolly muBlcal comedy The Talk
ot New York The engagement is for
three nights and Wednesday matinee
The Talk of Now York is said to be
one of the moat famous of the George Mohan
< han musical successes and holds the
undisputed record for all musical plays
both for the length of Its vogue and the
amount of monty it attracted to the box
ffices of the Knickerbocker theatre Xt w I
h ork and the Colonial in Chicago Mr
Moore the star of the big cast created
the part of Kid Burns The supporting
company is said to have remained un
changed since the metropolitan runs In
the cast are Emma LJtttefield Mae
Phelps Charlotte Lambert Dell Irish
Louise Brackett Charlotte Gray Marion
Finlay Marie Land George ODonnell
Joan Conroy William A Williams Jo
Smith Marba Arthur V Gibson Maurice
Eliott Arthur J Thornton Al McQary
Edward Yeager Charles Mack George
Thomas and a chorus of sixty boys and
girls who in addition to looking pleas
ant are said to sing and dance well The
piece la said to be amply supplied With
action and melody no less than twenty
song hits embellishing the four acts
nmonsr them belmr Wallow VoiiT1 TnrlR
DudKy Put a Little Bet Down for Me
Mr Burns of Ner Rochelle When
I We Are MadouWer1ed Busy Lit
I Ue Broadway Oft Aint I Glad to Be
Home Again Drink With Me and
Thats Some Love
ORPHEUM THEATRE
With tomorrow evenings performance
at the Orpheum a new bill will be started
containing a couple of former favorite
acts in Salt Lake and several that are
entirely new to Salt Lake George
Bloomquest toplines the bill with a sketch
called Nerve that has been receiving
much attention from the dramatic critics
elsewhere
COMMENCEMENT DAYS
Of the company of fifty which will be
seen In John Corts elaborate production
of Commencement Days at the Co 1
lonial for one week starting Sunday
December 5 thirty are girls But they I
are not chorus girls not at toast that
type thet devotees of musical comedies
are familiar with These girls have all I
been carefully selected because they look
the part of college girte the scenes of the
play being laid at a girls college There
are none of the seasoned members of the
eatery merry in Commencement Days
many of them never having been on the
stage before Among girl shows
Commencement Days will be found de
cidedly different No gi who has ever
been to college and no parent who has
ever had a daughter at college should
miss Commencement Days The spirit
and buoyancy of dormitory and campus
life are admirably reproduced and the
vailwus roles are played by young people
who if they have not actually carried the
ivy chain have cerninly acquired ap
1Kcjation of the work required of them
BUNGALOW THEATRE
The sudden change of weather did
not seem to affect the attendance at
the Bungalow this week as the merits
of the bill will assure capacity houses
all week A feature of the bill this
weefel > a very clever dog act known I
as Seymours Happy Family It is
noted that Mr Seymour doe not have
to keep after his dogs to go through
r their routine for they are all well
I trained and do not lag until shown I
I the whip Besides this act the bill con
I tains five others which run until
Wednesday evening with a matinee
daily at 330 oclock
MME SEMBRICH
The mail order sale for Mflae Sem
brichs recital on Thursday evening next
closes today at the Salt Lake theatre 1
Hereafter ticket purchasers will have to
stand in lim to get seats lor the great
musical event
IN WYOMING
That delightful comedy of western
ranch life In Wyoming will have but
two more presentations at the Colonial
There will be a matinee this afternoon
and the last performance will be ghen
this evening
FIGHT PICTURES AT EMPIRE
Moving pictures at the Empire theatre
of the KetchelJohnaon fight have prov
en su realistic that fight fans Who saw
the champion and the aspirant for the
championship at the Colma arena speak
of it as an improvement on the real bout
The knockout in the twelfth round and
the distressing expression on the face of
Willis Britt Ketchels manager are so
plain that one fight fan who saw the at
traction last night said that it almost
made him feel that he was at the real
fight
WAGES INCREASED
Pltteburg Dec 3A voluntary increase
of 10 per cent to 1000 men has been
announced by the Dunbar Furnace com
pany operating cokE ovens in the Con
nellville Pi district
ZElAYA TRYING TO
EXERT INflUENCE
Continued from page one
bored when the subject of Nicaragua
WM mentioned To all appearances the
department is now marking time
In explanation of the status of
American consular officers In Nicar
agua it I was said today that in all
probability Nicaraguan consuls in this
country would not be disturbed for
the present nor was it thought that
American consuls in Nicaragua will bt
required to leave that country
Ready to Fight
San Francisco Dec President
Zelaya of Nicaragua has long anticipated
that be woulu be compelled to seek safe
ty in flight according to passengers ar
riving today from Ancon on the liner
Peru and has kept the gunboat Momo
totnbo manned by a picked crew and ful
ly stored with coal and provisions lying
in Corinto harbor awaiting his orders
The Peru left Corinto Notember 12
The uubet WM then in the harbor with
steam upand every day fresh fuel suj >
pUN wer bring placed aboard as fast
as the coal Wfcs used The liners pas
sengers wen told that the vessel was
held hi readiness at the command of
Zelaya and was subject only to his per
sonal irclers
News of the execution of Groce and
Cannon did not reach the Perns passen
gers until they arrived at a Mexican
port
Not Allowed Ashore
During the stay in Corinto they heard
little of the progress of the revolution
although the city was full of ragged
soldiery conscripts of the Nicaragua
arm The cargo of the liner was
handled by soldiers and none of the pas
sengers were allowed ashore except with
passports obtained by the American con I
sul
It was reported that the Nicaraguan
government was attempting to enlist the 1
Jamaican negroes of whom there are
many in the country but was meeting I
with poor success Recruiting parties
were out in all directions and every man
between 16 and 40 years of age was be I
ing held liable for military service Few I
of them had complete uniforms and the
newest recruits were distinguished by a
bit of twine fastened around their arms
Miss Isabel Stephens of New York was
a passenger on th > Peru and attempted
to visit the interior At Corinte she ex
pected to meet the American consul who
was bringing her passport at the train
but as he Was late she started to walk
to his office She was halter by a ring
of soldiers who surrounded her with
bayonets fixed and kept heft waiting in
rescue the street until the consul dame to her J
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Princeton Steaming South
SAP Francisco Dec 3Tle gunboat
Princeton who has been ordered to Co =
rinta and is now on JUt way smith from
Bremtrton navy yard will arrive in San
Francisco at 10 oclock tomorrow morn
ing according to wtfgiaes dispatches re
ceived tonight by the jjtfv rnmant sta
tions Orders for the gunboat to proceed
to Mar Intend flare been one Ue < 1 and
the Prllp ton will steam through the
harbor Olrettlv to California City with
out stopping her
The giolKU is I umiii orders to t is I
on l00 t Bf or r I and lights will u I f
sent down frm Mare Island navy yard i
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early tomorrow morning with stores provisions 1
visions and ammunition which wTil be
taken aboard at California City
It is believed that the Princeton will
sail for Central America early Sunday I
morning The gunboat was delayed more
than twent > four hours by running
aground on a sand spit off Willapa har I
bor last Monday night
Still Stuck In Mud
Philadelphia Dec 3 Despite the limit
of coal and other heavy supplies re
moved today from the transport Prairie
by lighten the ship late tonight te still 1
aground on the mud flats lit the Dela
ware river thirtyfive miles below Phila
delphia
The Prairie went aground last night
when proceeding to Panama or possibly
Nicaragua with 700 marines The ma
rines are still on board Six powerful
tugs failed to pull the Prairie off today
Another attempt will be made at high
tide at 4 o lock tomorrow morning
Commandant Harris of the Philadelphia
nay yarn said he felt confident the
vessel wuuld be floated tomorrow
Dixie Getting Ready
I
Washington Dec 3The transport
Dixie will take the marines off the Praia
MB and convey them to the Isthmus of
Patuimi in ih pent The 11 l ttpr ship Is
unahlf to free herself tram the tnt in I
the Ilelau re river
I
Joined the Rebels
Bluefields Nicattiirua Dec 3Colonel
Guadatnei an officer of the Nicaraguan
government army has deserted President l
Zelaya and with 1iO men joiwd the rebel
for > of Ittiial Kstrtula it llama
u iiiies otatn ° thpt Z lara s u > pn in
the t mm it Han i 1JUllJj r J + 01
wim n Ji try iik 111 JL jki il na on
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pilot bread and native cheeee whfch Is
doled out scantily oa I
FUNERALS
Funeral services of James W Guthrie
will be held from the funeral parlors of
Ebe W Hall 1M South West Temple
Ittrel today Jsiaturtay at ° p in Inter
ment II Mt Olivet cemetery
Funeral aervicM over the remains of
W A Johnson will be Held today at 839
oclock in the Bike club Interment In
Mr Cilvet cemetery
Funeral services for Helen the 15
mont isold daughter of Mr and Mrs S
L 1tiohards will be held in the family
residence No 8M East Eleventh South
Street at 1 oclock this afternoon Death I
resulted from burn Tuesday afternoon
when a celluloid comb with which she
was playing exploded and ignited her
clothing

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