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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY DEC 9 1909 7
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FULFILLING PROMISES MADE fOR FINE MODERN PLAYHOUSE
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011 Spanish Fireplace in New Mission Theatre
State officials members of the gov1
enors staff and the judiciary mingled
last night with the most prominent of
Salt Lakes representative society and
professions at the opening of the Mis i
sion the citys promised Theatre Dif
ferent With a handsome housing an
offering of acts well up to average of the
vaudeville circuit the new theatre bid I
well for the patronage of the now crit I
Ical theatregoers I Ii
Much has been promised for the Mis
sion theatre and even though the ex
terior is yet in the hands of the build
ers the Interior comes up to 111 the
promises In a word It la coxy com
fortable but beautiful
The front Is still boarded up and the
outside evidence of uncompleted cement
work is apt to be depressing but that
feeling is suddenly dispelled when one
enters into the lobby Through a long
aisleway paneled in true mission style
and with wall colorings thoroughly In
keeping with the idea one is immedi
ately Impressed with the prevalent idea
carried out in the whole scheme of the I
theatre reatfulness The main doorway
is i purely mission and when one pasees
through he enters for a moment at
least the corridor of one of the old
Spanish missions There are the arches
with the brasstongued bells swaying
the velvet carpeting sinking beneath the
feet is like walking In soft grass and the
glimpse behind makes one stop to won
der if it is the interior of the chapel way
or the yard To one side is an old Span
ish fireplace cheery In the breadth of
Its tempting comfort of the firelight
and beautiful In the simplicity of Its
rough brick work On the other aide is
the spring well only modernized with
Its fountains of water It is built cis
ternlike of rocks and out of ft rise
three sprays each gushing out a stream
of water from beneath the mossy cov
ering
One is hardly given time however to
take in the detail of the corridor or lob
by when he is ushered into the theatre
proper and there is where the realiza
tion of the Theatre Different is ef i
fected
recteWith
With the mission scheme carried out
the walls are of the brownish tint fa
vored in the old mission buildings the
woodwork is such as was carved by the
members of the old brotherhood the
picture shown on the curtain takes One
Into Mexico and it is a little bit hard to
keep from expecting to see a brown
garbed and meek Dominican with
bowed head stalking up through the
aisle
The interior arrangement of the thea
tre could hardly be improved On the
lower floor the seats are so graded In
the sloping that even the evil of the
modern head dress is overcome The
dress circle and rear gallery of the bal
cony is arranged in circular form and
the seats are not only arranged at the
proper angle but are far enough apart
to render them comfortable even at the
expense of floor space and seating ca
pacity The boxes are of unique design
and carry too the mission idea of ar
chitecture
The opening bill for the new play
house was selected for the occasion and
although not presenting anything
startling in its features was meritori
ous During the two performances
standing room only prevailed and at the
first performance the boxes were ociu
pit by distinguished patrons Among
those in the boxes were Governor and
Mrs William Spry Colonel A P Kess
ler and Colonel R T Badger of the gov
ernors staff former Governor and Mrs
Heber M Wells members of the su
preme court Mr and Mrs Brigham H
Rubris Mr and Mrs Rkhurd W
iounsr IH and i Mrs Fred > tfluff and
Mr and Mrs Karl Scheitl
i To name the best feature offered in
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the opening program of the Mission is
a matter of individual tasteand one
hat a choice of almost every kind of an I
act There is Captain Nat Ressler who
performs some fancy stunts in re
volver shooting that cause wonderment I
Ho takes his aim from the glint of a
knife bludf he shoots two revolvers at
once one bullet lighting a match and
th < other lighting a elgar from the
mtch and does some fancy shooting
never seen on the local stages Mary
Xannary with D R Dailey presents
The Hand That Rules a dramatic I
sketch intense in its lines and situa i
tions It carries an appealing story of
the man enslaved by greed falling a vic
tim in the struggle between labor and
capital and has a tragical ending Bar
ney Fagan and Henrietta Byron in
Bits of Musical Comedy are popular
favorites and make a hit in their racing
song The Katabanzai troupe Japanese
jugglers and equilibrists have been seen
rers before but their act hag lost noth
iK 1 in their absence
Miss Josephine Morrison a Utah girl
appeared in a special number and wu
composed to respond to several encores
both in her harp and vocal selections
Violette Curtis was pleasing In her act
of character changes The original
George or Pork Chops Event as a
black face comedian however relies too
much upon the suggestive line of song
circle and obtains
t > plca f the orchestra
tains much of hit applause from the
gallery
Included ffi the program is the pic
luregraiiV showing an unusually good
eries nf moving pictures
The hew Mission from its opening
AIIIF destined to be one of the popular
playhouse j of the city The opening Mil
ill run until next Wednesday with
faily matinees and two performances
ach evening
A Public Benefit
Salt lake City People Greatly Inter
ested in the Generous Offer of
S the Smith Drug Co
The people have Already demonstrated
Out they would rather trust a man who
Is naturally honest t ian one who is honest
only because he had to be
The Smith Drug Co The Busy Cor
ner Smith Drug Co No 2 101 South
Main street and Druehl Franken Z71
South Main street have a firmly estab
lished reputation for square dealing and
sterling homjsiy When they told the
people that Rexall Remedies are the pur
est and most dependable medicines that It
is possible for modern science to produce
and that they would tell tim nubile what
each one of thes 300 or more remedies
contained and that they sold Rexall
Remedies on their personal I guarantee that
they would 01ve entire satisfaction or they
would not cost the user a single cent
they were believed
Ever since this announcement the Smith
Drug Co The BUST Corner Smith
Drug Co No t lOS South Main street and
Druehl Franken 271 South Main street
stores have been largely patronized by
people buying ItexaU Remedies all of
which proves that these stores have the
confidence of the people and that honesty
Is the best policy
There is no curcaH among the Rex
all Remedies There are different and
separate medicines each one devised for
a certain human ailment or a class of ail
ments closely allied For instance Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets are recommend for
the positive relief of stomach irritation
Indigestion flatulency and dyspepsia
They are rich in Bipnuthdubnttrate
Pepsin and Carminative They are pre
pared by special processes which perfect
and enhance the great remedial value of
these wellknown medicinal agents This
lanjedy sells for 25 cans n I onta and
100 per package Every one suffirliiK I
from stomach disorder should try lUxall
Dyspepsia Tabltts inasmuch as they cost
nothing if they uo not satisfy
Remember the Smith Drug Co The
Busy Comer Smith Drug Co No2 168
South Main street and Druehl Fran
ken 271 South Main street stores are the i
only stores in Salt lake Citj where these
remedies Itay be I obtained and every one
in need of medicine u > urged to investigate I i
and take advantage of the frank and gen I
erous manner in which they are suld
i Piper Heidsieck champagne flavor I
chein trlmcro I sold in more stores
I world than < uii other chewing lobacco in the l
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An Inhalation for
WhoopingCough Croup 1
Bronchitis Coughs I
Diphtheria Catarrh
Cresolene Is a Boon to Asthmatics
effective to breathe i1 i a
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recvedy for dieses of the
into the stomach 1
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because the air rendered
Cresoleno cares the located
carried over
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proktoged and
giving
turtaoo with every breath
cofutaat treatment It ia InTaloable to mother
with mall children
The of a Con
sumptive Tendency
viU Had immediate relief
from CoughS or inflamed
Condition of the throat
ALL DRUGGISTS
Send tMMtal for de
seripttve Booklet
VapoCregolnno Co
WO Fulton Street
New York
30 ft Bowels
Biggest organ of the bodythe
bowelsand the most important
Its got to be looked after neglect
means suffering and years of
misery CASCARETS help
nature keep every part of your
bowels clean and strongthen
they act rightmeans health to
your whole body 911
CASCARETS toe a box for weeks treat
ment AU druggists Bfggeat seller ia
the world Million b xes a month
Graafenberg Uterine OaihoHotn
has relieved untold guffring among I
weak women
Ask your druggist about It I
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ORPHEUM THEATRE
Nerve the merry sketch at the Or
pheum wan written by Victor H Smalley
a St Paul newspaper man last summer
while George Bloomquest who ig marring
In the playlet was a member of the Nell
stock company in the saintly city The
sketch was tried out by Mr Bloom
quest aa a curtain raiser on a Wednesday
afternoon reports were sent the same
day by the Orpheum people at St Paul
to New York and on Friday Mr Bloom
him that
quer r received a wire informing
he was booked Therefore Nerve got
the quickest action of any sketch on the
circuit
COLONIAL THEATRE
John Cort has given to Salt Lake the
atregoers a number of meritorious pro
ductions but Commencement Days
with Frederick V Bowers now holding
the boards at the Colonial I easily takes
the palm as lila beet offering The come
dian composer surrounded by a bevy of
beautiful maidens is provided with a
splendid opportunity for the display of
his talents and it goes without saying
that he accepts every chance Net the
most uninteresting feature of his per
formance ta his singing of a halfdoeen
of his newest songs
HUMAN HEARTS
The theatrical manager of a decade ago
used to believe that when a play has been
established in public favor any kind of
a cast could be employed to exploit it be
fore the public and for that reason and
no Other can a great many of them as
cribe their ultimate failure Not so with
W E Nankeville manager of Human
Hearts which comes to thb Colonial
on Sunday Mr Nankeville has always
maintained that the best Is none too good
for the public and It by any possible
chance he can better his companies be
never falls to do so It Is to this policy
he attribute the wonderful success of
Human Hearts with the theatregoing
public
SHUBERT THEATRE
In n C Cartons brilliant and satirical
comedy of a section of English socieVv
Mr Hopkinson the plot resembles in
many points a story that went the rounds
of the Inner circles of Mayfair The
I South American diamond king Barney
Bambto was as fe generally known a
I product of Whltechapal in the east end
I of London On amassing Ills great
wealth he like others had a burning
desire to be in society First his f jA
forts were devoted to donating largely
to churches and other forms of benevo
lence Failing in gaining his ambition by
these means he like Mr Hopkinson
I soimit the good offices or an Impecunious
earl who for a liberal sum agreed to
pilot lila protege Into society r3ir Hop
kinson with in imported company of
English societycomedy players includ
ing Dallas Welford the original Charles
Wellesley Warren Fabian Galway Her
ben Alf Helton Patrick Wallance Frej
Powell and the Migses Barbara Clement
I May Milloy and Jane Whafltley all from
the TArfurn St Jama Wyndham and I
Uayiiiikpf tivutres I i London will hn tri
attraction at the Shubert theatr < > n
Thursday evening December 16 for three
I nights and Saturday matinee I
I A SALT LAKE BOOSTER I
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ROAN recitals in the Tabernacle I
O which are given for the benefit of
the thousands of tourists visiting
Salt Lake ra recognized as one of th i
beet booatlag fetLtutr the city and I
the man who furnishes this music Pro
fessor J J McClellan is ranked by the t
bwln a man of the city as one of the I
most effective boosters Not alone m 1
the Tabernacle recitals has Professor M > I
Cl lln shown his willingness to boost
Salt Lake but be has taken prominent I
part in many publicspirited movements
which have resulted in legitimate ana I
profitable advertisement for the city and
state
Among these enterprises which have
added to the musical renown of Salt Lake
in which Professor McClellan has given
time and talent freely arc the Salt Lako
Symphony orchestra the Salt Lake Op
era company the Choral society and sev
eral other organizations
Professor McClellan received the foun i
dation of his musical education under Al
Utrt O Jonas and Dr Stanley at the
IOHBervatory of Music In cbnnectloTi
with the University of Michigan and as
in organist anJ orchestra leader he is
ivsll remembered In Ann Arbor After
uoiing musk In the L D ST and I
t Brham Young university he made
e trp to Europe where he studied un I
afrr fmous masters and later served as
P ica director of the ynlverslty of Ltah
ili 1 has held the position of organist for I
vh Tabernacle since 1900
Wt who are interested in the advance
ment of Salt Lake as a musical center
icalix > that we have a great task in
keeping up with the growth of the city
along other lines said Professor Mc
Olellan it is more a pleasure than a
task though for the love of good mu
sic 1 is a distinctive feature of the city and
It < s most gratifying to know that the
work of the musicians of the city is ap
preciated
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IS CAUGHT BY POLICE
A woman living at 124 South Fifth West
street telephoned to the police station at
about 8 oclock last night for aid In
curbing the hilarious doings of J D
Smith who she said was disturbing the
peace at Fifth West and First South
streets Accordingly Policeman HEnton
was dispatched in the wagon to the scene
of liie trouble and a few minutes later
till patrol arrived at the police station
with Smith In tow
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THE DANISH EVANGELICAlLUTHERAN CHURCH
This new home of the Danish congregation will be dedicated Sunday
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The first Danish Evangelical Lutheran
church in Salt Lake will be dedicated at
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next Sunday morning
11 oclock
building has been erected at First avenue
and E street and while it le not yet fin
ished the basement rooms will be used
by the congregation until the upper part
of the house is completed
The new church was erected at a cost
of 910000 and an additional BOO will be
spent for furniture and Interior decora
tions Most of the money for the con
struction as well as for the maintenance
of the church came from Denmark the
head of the church The church was
started in this city two years ago by the
Rev Harold Jensen and he Is still pas
tor Until recently the congregation wor
shiped at the Swedish Lutheran church
Second South and Fourth East streets
The parsonage at 61 E street was dedi
cated February 7 1008
The dedicatory exercises win uv
ducted by the Rev C C Kloth of Hamp
ton Neb president of the Nebraska dis
trict of the United Danish Evangelical
Lutheran church in America and the
Rev L Jensen of Ruskin Neb secre
tary of the district assisted by the Rev
Harold Jensen the local pastor
At the dedication the choir will sing
the dedication cantata from Our Lady
Church of Copenhagen by J P E
Hartman There will also be an evening
service and during the following week
services will be held as follows
Monday 8 p m Festival gathering
speeches songs and music
Tuesday 8 p m Gospel meeting
speakers the Rev C C Kloth and the
Rev L Jensen
Wednesday 8 p m Gospel meeting
The building was designed by T L
Lauridsen of Salt Lake and the contract
work done by John White
I CITY BREVITIES I
THE CITY BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
met In the office of Chairman H O
McMillan yesterday afternoon and ap
proved estimate for public contract
work amounting to JGOOOO These will go
before the city council Thursday night
MAYOR BRANSFORD returned toda
from California where be has been for I
the last eight days
ROBERT NESBIT muter mechanic at
Copperton was operated on this morn
ing at St Marks hospital The opera I
tion was successful I
MRS H O NAISBITT and Mrs I D
Lowe entertained twenty guests yester
day at an afternoon reception In Mrs
Lowes apartments In the Arlington
Those assisting In the receiving were
Mrs Ralph McBroom Mrs Naisbitt
and Mrs W R McAllister
T C PECK general passenger agent of
the Salt Lake Route left yesterday
morning for Los Angeles Since coming
Mr Peck
to Salt Lake last Thursday
was on a business trip to Montana
J M DAVIS superintendent of the Ore
gon Short Line left for the north Tues
day night on an inspection trip
G R TAYLOR traveling auditor of the
Salt Lake Route arrived yesterday
morning on a business trip
MRS KATE MILLIARD of Ogden who I
has given many years to the study of
labor problems will speak before the
Civic 1 Forum at 1nity hail 138 Second
hast street tonight on Political Tac
tic of the Working Class Her ad
dress will be freely discussed from the
floor and the nubile Is cordially in
vited
MT MORIAH LODGE No 2 will hold a
spocii meeting this evening at 730 j
oclock for XI M clpjtree work Masons
iiilifitfl fin invittd
R K Wfci e I ieeal luankgci ui llkt >
Salt Lake Route returned Tuesday
night to Los Angeles after a stay of
several days in this city
DAN B ELDRIDGE traveling freight
agent of the Rock Island has gone to
southern Utah on business
THE BODY OF GEORGE CROCKER who
died In New York several days ago
passed through Ogden yesterday on a
special car bound for San Francisco
Mr Crocker was the son of one of the
original owners of the old Central Pa
cific railroad
ORAL WILLPROBATED
Unusual Occurrence in Surrogates
Court in New York
New York Dec SAn unusual legal
formality the probating of an oral will
took place in the surrogates court in
Kings county today It was that of
George OConnor who at the time of
making it was two days out of port on
the steamer Dorothy of which he was
chief engineer OConnor was dying and
when the captain and mate asked if they
could do anything for him he replied
No sir except that everything I have
belongs to my daughter LUzie
That was OConnors will and it was
proved today by the two seafaring men
who heard him make It He left con
sldVrable property in Brooklyn
The right to make an oral will is only
accorded soldiers in the field or sailors
at sea
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I UTAH LANp SELECTION
I APPROVED BY BALLINGER
< Sveiul to The rallRepublican
Washington Dec 8Tile secretary of
the Interior today approved clear list No
14 embracing 8788 acres in the Salt Lake
City land district selected by the state
of Utah under the provision of the act
of congress granting 200 < > acres for the
I use of an agricultural oollcoro
RRSTO nOSE ENDS INDIGESTION
HEARTBURN OR GAS ON STOMACH
A Little Diapepsin Makes Your
Qut of order Stomach Feel
Fine in Five Minutes
The question as to how long you are
going to continue a sufferer from Indl
gtnion Dyspepsia or outoforder stom
H Ih s merely a matter of how soon you
uidn taking some Diapepsin
it your Stomach is lacking in diges
ts t power why not help the stomach
to 10 Its work not with drastic drugs
but a reenforcement of digestive
gents such as are naturally at work I
In the stomach
People with weak Stomachs should
tak a little Dlapcpeln occasionally and j
tloro vill be JKI more Indigestion no I
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feeling like a lump of lead in the stom
ach no heartburn Sour risings Gas on
Stomach or Belching of undlcested food
Headaches DisslneAs or Sick Stomach
and besides what you eat will not fer
ment and poison your breath with nau
seous odors All these symptoms result
ing from a sour outoforder stomach
and dyspepsia are generally relieved five
minutes after taking a little Diapepsin
Go to your druggist and get a 0cent
case of Papes Diapepsin now and you
will always go to the table with a hearty
appetite and nhat you eat will tate
good because your stomach and iatcs
tine will be clean and fresh and you
will know there are not going to be any
more bad nights and miserable days for
you They freshen you and make you
fel 1 like life is I worth living
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ENORMOUS RICHES
IN SAFES OF BANKS
Monetary Commission Makes
Public the Tabulated Results
of ah Investigation
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RESOURCES 21000000000
INSTITUTIONS REPORTING NUM
BER NEARLY 20000
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Wellington Dec LFor the first
time In the history of American bank
ing statements have been obtained
showing in detail the condition of
practically every banking Institution in I
the United States at a given hour The
comptroller of the currency gets such
Information periodically from the na
tional banks the various state bank
ing commissioners get it from state
banks from1 time to time Such reports
come forth at different rinn and un
der different laws and sforms The
national monetary commission halt Just
completed and made public today the
tabulated results of an investigation
of the condition of the various classes
of incorporated banks throughout the
country the reports being made in
variably upon a uniform blank and all
as of the close of business on April 28
1909 An enormous and exceedingly Impor
tant mass of information has thus been
brought within the reach of the finan
cial world and the report Issued to
day affords material for unlimited
study
Total of 21100000000
The institutions reporting to the
commission Include 18V3 national
banks 11319 state banks 170S mutual
and stock savings banks 1417 private
banks and 1079 loan and trust com
panies The total resources of all reach
the stupendous tQtal of 21100000
A cursory analysis of the resources and
liabilities show loans of m37300000
Investments in bonds etc J4 14OW
000 due from banks 3662000000
cash on hand including 809000000 in
gold coin and certificates 1432004
000 other resources 1094000000
capital l80 ftOO00 surplus and
profits Jl8J500 eOO due to bank
2484000000 deposits Including gov
ernment deposits 141M000900 other
liabilities J8700000W
Of the deposits 658000000 are
subject to check 4926000000 are
saving deposits > 21Xuvv < wu are on
time and 25000000 consist of de
mand certificate
Millions of Depositors
Following the special report from
the banks a supplementary inquiry
was made covering 18245 institutions
relating to the character of deposits
depositors interest paid etc Total de
posits in these banks on or about June
30 were 1369500000 credited to
more than 25000900 depositors or de
posit accounts ranging from 1 up
wards Nearly 15000 00 depositors
had savings or time accounts and more
than 8600000 of these were depositors
In savihgs banks
The average rate of interest paid
on savings accounts is 355 per cent
and on other interestbearing accounts
310 per cent More than 40 per cent
of the banks pay no Interest on ordi
nary deposits more than 5000 banks
pay an interest on deposits of 25 or
less and 1200 on from 25 up to 500
The report shows many geographical
comparisons The total banjt resources
for the entire country average 28724
per capita The state of New York
lead > with 67607 per capita Massa
chusetts comes second w th 51725
Nevada third 51272 California fourth
48670 Rhode Island fifth 45712
New York Leads in Capital
New York leads in amount invested
in banking capital with more than
26300000 > Pennsylvania comes next
with 229000000 Illinois third 122
000000 Ohio fourth 101000000
Banks other than national have more
than 55 per cent of the aggregate re
sourees of all reporting more than 65
per cent of Individual deposits and
more than r > 6 per cent of the agrgegate
loans Of the surplus and profits 55
per cent Is i credited to tts class of
banks while they have only 4s per
cent of the capital and 3ti per nat < > f
the cash holdings
The number of banks has more than
doubled since 1900 and the commis
sions report includes 114i mure than
reported to the comptroller of the cur
rency In 1908 Resources show h n in
crease of Ii per cent over 19iS and 9f > t
per cent over 1000 loans linvf in
creased 100 per cent in nine ars
while investments have increased
per cent Capital stock has increase
more than 7Ti per cent since 1SOO in
dividual account 98 per cent and to
tal deposits l4 IKT cent In the cur
rent year loans have Increased nearly
9 per cent investment in bonds etc
3t per cent and deposits more lion 9t
per cent
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EXCESSIVE RATES
Washington Dec 8Attlr an iruesui
gatiqn extending over a year th inter
state commerce commission announced ian i
an opinion handed down today that th
rate charged by the railroads ir tl < >
transportation of fire brick luildiiin brii K
and paving brick from Central Traffi
association territory to the Atlantic set
board were unreasonable and slu Id i >
reduced
REWARD FOR MURDERER
Cody Wyo Dc 8 Big Horn ifninty
and business men today offertrl a re
ward of 1000 for the apprehension < > t i
the persons responsible for the dath f
F A Ash manager of the Western Drut
company Mr Ash was killed Monday
night by a spring gun set in ita bedroom
so that it exploded as he oi > er > d ti
door

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