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J lIHE BAIF LaKE TRIBUHEf SATURDAY MOM-DT FEBRUARY 20, 1904. 5 ' I
SpTHR SOCIAL WHIRL
Si TI'I Walker's tea, to bo glv
1 Vn from 4 to 6 o'clock, in
a3 K Buford. will bo tho chief
2 rfw of tho day. Mm. Walker
,i by a numbor of young
!tt3 Jill later bo joined by tho
!5'or a" infor,,ml cvcnlns"
llllli j Mrs- Pardee hnvo taken
l?j , t tU Kcnjon. whero they
J ''.u tint'1 tl10 deParturo of thc
jV U AVclIs entertninB Infor-
1 Hovt Sherman leave a
j Say for a visit of several
rvl California., ,
vounc Is expected from
$ 1 Vn Bed carnations wero used
V 'iR-M0;. of tho dlnlnfl-room and
J carna ions in the parlor
hi :J tallica were hand-painted
3n nn l the prizes at slxty-
Xn b"1 Mrs 'Benedict Mrs.
HJ Jfffj! Stewart and Mrs.
' (-1- .
SM i u nnt at tho Konyon, whoro
&mti tho departure of tho
lKV JjfSe PhUippInee.
1 ?y (. r frilcmitv of the University
J i-riteUons'for its annual ball,
tfia iho assembly hall of tho
J51 m Veils. Mrs. Rebecca E- Little,
r.V & ncsUun . Mrs. GeorKO M.
, ,. Byron 'Cunimlngs and Mrs.
h ?Js will b the chaperons.
gtrry Go of York who
iMi cUJiens on Washington's Blrth-
If xr in which tho Spaniards used
M 'uln themselves at tho bull rlngr.
"5 n:!cr if a scientific bull fight will
1 approach the real, old-fashioned
I ui scientific glove contest does a
-it to:t prlzc-rlng contest If so the
-S : ryeclals will be crowded to thc
V rib something pathetic in the plea
Ji- xi Rose that ho was ordained to
i S lf. Criminal history Is filled
3 9Q ceh things, and somo of tho most
'm c judges of men insist that so
.Ji !rffous conviction has Impelled
0U2' iin to commit the most dastard
t za against tho persons of thoso
r nrtupirtcd to love or protect. The
"ii-1 LtUcf'.css story of Rose Is shock
;j fSi'.td in Its smallest detail, and it
OUT nio3t any one in holding that
m sutares as he have no place In
;, but at tho same lime one cannot
ySlh'.'t give thought to tho posslblo
afafftta of a mind that suggested that
Pt'jm 'rt' It was only a bluffsky." tho
Al -S3510 to have declared when ho
W 'i that Japan had made good Its
f.L M to kep the Russians off tho
if.m It would seem that his imperial
not a close student of con
r history or he would have
x as lighters tho Japg are as
lii buslnessend of a bumblo bee.
.-'ftirtdora w,th whlch the Salvation
AH. "sen enter tho dlveK and baudy
Jcithe tenderloin section of Salt
caution, Day and night thev
WSa tir tambourine visits to these
j y unattended and therefore
1 u tte Insults Of tho characters who
l.fi '.TJe .eorts. But strango an It
I ft'1 3 Lihcre ?ro but fw- Instances
' ,.rlho uniform of theso
ha8 not been nn absoluto
ri" a!ld wmen seldom sink
'y!Jhe' will not revarence thesa
t2St.l,an4 as they movo through
mm k f . e ploes of tho great cities
Sr-r', thcy ,arc not molested.
Places in this as in other
. i!le " is Imprudent for thc Sal
grj rSrt0men t0 v,9,t unattended,
ifri.'? .?n Auan county will
tSi Dutch Cbarllc" to iindcr-
J aiv nVLimiea.n8 10 havo cold Ipad
i ',nt0 a person. Tho Su
lBS SJlc,In t0 K'vo him an
J? fti?rS i.h0 whl b leel' shot,
isj S,ls, Mn to be passed On
f? o&a Wc,cr,me' tho killing of
Ju5 4ttaBihh.e,,a,1,neBlctcd and mnl
' !urddr of th0 Poor wo
,C Wei1. laramour and friend
i aatti "asc In lh0 history of
- &f, now that the
ftUttSffiied and. th sentence Is
'4 cttiir r s sccure in tho promise
J-r monster will shortly bo rc-
0 l fc .
'ti toMM thi L'sht- to choose bc
i Wcr to'lS? ,1 thc condemned
i!&C troubles of tho May
, J u ' to much Johnson."
rihfl 'a?'BCi.' ,s claimed, Mayor
Z2- & l0, lCTore the ma
"'farw T"'nnnd ." 19 now pro
L'ttnSi in ?eiWlcano to sub
ta 0'10!1 the pay of tho
SH LWthK?,1 dPartmciUH. "If
lIMNlon b v .m 1 wiU Poimlurlze his
liK ? lh?Cu's n?'wt tho men
.tis n v' l2,cn;, "e will find
"er co badly mistaken In
fllKiylodvS?iiwUTlr U' Mayor 13
SPtlSlit ipVi Herald suggests
Tf tf?f "h fiia?1 on- on the heads
MZMm Vh. fS?' rrl0"a. tho proba-
in life ric5 ihBMu,.i flnd morc tran
HlP u Becm3 to bo
Wii'F'ftltv tnt not Prr"t other
!.'K?r5Stlon Ifinthnt'noSiaa the
"ffiZV ffit "n13 hand0 1,0 hns
-mil1 the ir'nvn1,1.13 . ,aPl)ant nt-
MBiincnu c7 1 houncer for tho
JT.w "wit., tl"' an undertaking
l8 11. to man soon
Lf,:l"?. say nothing of belntr
tht'ra cndUh!fS2n oC the cI1'
WSlf il' "I hv-f. .?ub,lcftn member df
Fn-'2lr An,ly ueen unfair but
H'itn not A,n, d eo f.r an l am
SjM6!? conpS:.;'1 a humor to molco
fcWllre?" rnlclv111 be confirmed
Plwlnti,p t..y.ou, waJt. Why.
VUoSl BohP t0 anj
bcen the- guest of her brother and sister,
Harry Shoarman and Miss Shearman,
leaves next week for Boise, Ida., to vS
Mr. and Mrs. Alma Denbelgh Katz
Miss Clara Groshell leaves today for a
month's visit in California.
.,JnI,,r'a"d Jrs. J. F. Dunn entertained at
dinner on Wednesday evening. Tho deco
rations wero In red carnations and ferns
and covers wero laid for ten.
v,1!3 Sel.rn5 H,am of New York, who
Mr n.nJh0 oC hcr &randparont,
?nnviifldiIrs 1 hl,llDS' for thc past week
lcacs tomorrow for a month's visit in
Los Angeles, She will visit in Salt Lake
on her return East,
wmh0,HC?ents ?f lhe Tca,1 Sld0 HSh school
will l glvo a danco at tho armory on tho
evening of March 11th.
Tho Misses Bcllo and Cora Wheeler of
MrLMa'unUng0 C,ly' th
rrivma'lr f hc "onal Guards will
glvo on Informal dance at the armory next
niJP1' ws mu G- OJc11 and Mrs. J. S.
Richards left Thursday night for- Idaho
Palls to attend tho wedding reception of
Mr. and Mrs Lester T. Wright, who wore
married Wednesday evening,
Salt Lakers in general will be Interested
In knowing that Colonel and Mrs
irolmcss fine art gallery will be open to
tho public twice a week during tlw com
Mr3. Sadlo Kimball lcavc3 today for a
months' visit In California.
Tho regular monthly meeting of tho Wo
man's Christian Temperance union has
been postponed until one week from to
day. Miss Hannah Davidson has returned
from a visit in Los Angeles.
A number of Salt Lake women havo
been invited to attend the quinquennial of
tho International Council of Women, to
bo held at Berlin the week beginning
Jurto C, 1KM. A double honor has been
conferred upon Mro. C- 13. Alien, who
has been asked to speak at one of tho
meetings. Among the other Salt Lako
women who have received invitations to
go, all of whom will probably accept, In
cluding Mrs. Allen, are Mrs. Emmcllno B.
Wells, Mrs, Jullna L. Smith. Mrs. B. K.
Thomas' and Mrs. Alice Merrill-Homo.
Mrs. Wells has been Invited to glvo an
address on suffrage- at tho mooting of tho
Holland Woman's Suffrage association, to
bo held at Tho Haguo in Juno next.
I 0" Monday evening at tho home of Mrs..
JphnBon, 28 Hazel street, will take placo
tho marriage of Mlws EIna Lundgrcn and
C. Paumle. Only relatives will bo present
at tho ceremony, after which tho brldo
and groom will go to their home, 711 West
First Soutli street, where they will be at
home to their friends.
STORY OP BALTIMORE FIRE
TOLD BY INSURANCE MEN
BALTIMORE, Feb. 19. Thc Balti
mQfo Underwriter, In Us issue tomor
row, will print a list of aU the fire in
surance companies in the Baltimore
tire. Tho total gross loss Is 532.SG4.800
of which SGOfiO.OOO falls on thc local
companies. Tho estimated total of sal
vage Is S1.7G9.700, which leaves a net
loss to the Insurance companies of 531,
095,100. It has been learned that many
of the large wholesale dry goods houses
forinejri an insurance pool among them
selves which amounted to about $5,000,
000, from which practically nothing will
be realized. Another development is
that very few of the tenants of the so
called llreproof buildings carried-any
HAS A PRETTY LITTLE
CHICAGO, Feb. 19. George D. Mor
gan, nephew of J. Plerpont Morgan, and
his Japanese bride have arrived at Chi
cago on their way to .'ov York.
Mrs. Morgan cannot speak English,
but through the medium of her husband
It was learned that she llkea America
from the viewpoint of a tourist, but is
not quite sure that she could ever recon
cile herself to thc American style of
dress for women. Mrs. Morgan was
Miss Yukl ICato of Kioto. She was
married to Mr. Morgan on January 20th.
Mr. Morgan said they will reside in
New York. His father Is George Dalton
Morgan, a financier.
Bad debts recorded with us ore saved.
The records won't come oft till they pay.
Merchants' Protective ayociatlon.
scientific collectors of bad debts. Top
lioor Commercial block. Francis G.
-Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
SMART SHIKT WAIST.
DESIGN BY" MAY MANTON.
4370 SHIRT WAIST. '
The new waistings are beautiful and tempting in the extreme and make
un mot effectively in the models of the seaeon. The waist shown In made
of the 'mercerized sort, white lined with blue, piped with blue und finished
with collar of while, but the variety offered is almost limitless. The waist Is
m admirable one and combines a tucked front with a plain back, while In
r are of the regulation box plait, there is an applied one of graduated width.
The ciuantity of material required for the medium size is 4 yards 21. 4 yards
7 " vard 32 or 2 vards -14 inches wide. A May Man Ion pattern, No. 4370, sizes
34 to 42, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department of this
paper on receipt of 10 cents.
jgeJ .......... .
Size ri ... 1 1
Pattern 2To (Ten Cents Inclosed.)
! As ordero aro filled from the Eant, it will require about 10 days from receipt j!
) of ordflr to receivo patterns. ,
A JVeW Wrinkle, (No. so j"
1 smnll oxtail H tcaspoonfal salt
" onlous" r0301',,0".1 1,1 i teaspoonful Worcaslor'.ulro Srnce 1
celery J small pieces. 1 toospoonful lemon juico Q
0 enpa brown stock made from Armour's Extract of Beef uj
" Cut Ox-tail In email piocos, u-nsh, drnin, sprinkle with 1
fnlt and popper, drodso with flour, nnd fry In buttor 10
. ., . minutes. Add to stock and siirimor ouo hour. Thon
ndd voftotnblos which hnvo boen parboiled 20 minute
and sirnmor until voRotabloo aro Boft. Add ealt, popper,
wine, Worcestershire sauco and lomoa juice.
Above 19 taken from edition tie luxe "Culinary Wrinkles" (jan '
out) which will be sent postpaid to any address on receipt of
a metal cap from jar of Armour's Extract o! BceL
Armour & Companv, Chicago. ;
The Best Extract of the Best Beef
yl tiff1'1'' Slaiao your- slioos witl tlao EESX fel
polish-tl0 zaodorii Wator.proof Paolo iShoo
fmKA Slaoo shininri io a ploasuro whon tho r'M
jffiSpA SHINOLA Daabor and PolistxcT- aro ucod.
TOT NO S0IL1NO OP HANDS OR CL0THE3-gHINES l&ftffl
iffiyP INSTANTLY, AND ONI3 6H1NE LAST5 A WEEK.
The SHINOLA Outfit, 3Sc. , at your deatevs, as above, consists of a large bos of jd
Bjrj SHINOLA, 10c., the SHINOLA Dauber. Sc., made of lamb's wool, guaranteed not
ggi to e cratch the leather, aud thc SHINOLA Polisher, 20c, made of tanned stin Sjfe
fcjjfj with wool surface, backed by flexible felt. The Polisher 1-sitatcs the movement
of thc cloth ns used by bootblacks. If your dealer will not iurnish vou with the ;J5-'
ftfvl SHINOLA Dauber and Polisher, we wi.l forward theTt by Kr.il for 50c, or com- tS
plete outfit for 40c. Btwareof Imxtationu Accepx no SunsTircTE.
JHIMOLA COMPACT, Rocliostor, N. Y. Jj -
Pes MAM HOOD iSTOKED "cupidehe"
L?4Unoalals 't" i "its VOJ. CO . 0n f rncUe. CaI.
ClODBE-PITTS DB.TJG CO.. Salt Iiko City. Utah. Azcnta. C
Extraordinary Specials, Extraordinary Prics for I I H
-ENESURS ! ' I
TONIGHT FROM 7 TO 0 O'CLOCK, IN OUR
WHITE GOOBS DEPT. ! I
400 YARDS WHITE BORDERED APRON LAWN, 40 Inches wide. j
satin striped and open work effect borders; regular price 25c, for tho B
above 2 hours, limit 10 yards to a customer, TCflf
at, a yard lOT
Tonight, Special, 7 imtil 9 p. m. H
OUR SHOE DEPARTM'T ; I
LADIES' STORM RUBBERS, AA l'H
Be3t Quality Mad HbJV -'H
-CLOAK DEPT. , I
Black Sateen ShirL Wdsfe, 43c. j I
5 dozen black mercerized sateen waists, tucked and plaited, A VERT i
DESIRABLE GARMENT FOR HOUSE WEAR; sold at Sue . rf. $ IH
and $1.00, this eve., from 7 to 0, choice 4jr j
Boys9 Clothing asud Gents9 ! I
FurnisHiig I)epartmeEit j I
-TON5GHT SPECIAL ; I
SPECIAL TONIGHT, gents' and boys' Jappanetto Initial handkerchiefs; 11
regular 10c values, for two hourB only, from 7 to 9 p. m., A rf I
SALE PRICE 4r
SCHOOL HOSE SSs I
Excellent 25c values on sale at i t
These are warranted in every respect, being an extra heavy grade with
double knees, heels and toes and absolutely fast black; they come In . iH
' all sizes, from the smallest to the largest. TONIGHT, j j
7 TO 9 O'CLOCK, 3 PAIRS FOR Sr j H
If you bartenders want to start something, -we have j
ihe finest line of bung starters you ever saw. .
RIEGER & LINDLEY, H
"The "Whiskey Merchants." $
m Sickness is called" a living death. It is a orcrankation of the system, a weafcenmg - of the f one ons J J g I
M of the bodily tissue. As a sufferer from female troubles don't you often feel dead to all that makes hi t a pleasure and g
M a blessing? Wine of Cardui relieves pain and suffering It is a positive cure for menstrual ttregularrt. m
m bearing down pains and ovarian pains and eliminate the weakness which is the cause. By curmg leu orr M H
m thousands of lives from dragging aches and constant waste. It cures barrenness and ,ts strengthenmg effect robs niotherhood H
m of much of its suffering. With $J .00 bottles of Wine of Cardui in every drug store there need be few stck women m this crty. H
pH you are sick, begin the trea H
' A few months ago iny health seemed to break down altogether. I M
fWS?PL lost mv appetite, could not sleep and was in the very slough of H
MS leaponkc m ,
VImWW yW - ' ' Sir physic an was unable to Sivo me anything which was of the least H
yM13km a ab. hVnpfit to me and I kept gotfxng worse and was very nervous and H
JSmKfS VX,. ' hyatcr A frienld wPhoghad ud Wine of Cardui augges ted that M
SW i. gyit So I sent for some and wittiin two days atter I starts g ;H
j )N Yk felt a great deal better. I could Bleep at night H
K V Ml? l& if&j t)w anrt gradually thc nervousness passetl away. I J; ( H
lS( iS5-f M Mi Jv became strong and had no pain at the period. I
L V'VXV iffli, '&?!r am now enjoymg tboes of healthduo to the f 1H
Monday and Tucsdny, botween tho --
4- hours or 10 and 12 n. m., I Will Joll 1
T nt actual coot any articles you may .
wish. Don't forget our workshop.
('M JEWELER V
Buy old gold, Main St.
. Elk Liquor Co.,
t Siilt Lako Agents for '
WTtE. T. IEMP BREWING CO.'S (
St. Louis Draught and 1 J
; Bottled Beer.
: 'Phono 20Q5-X. Corner Stata 1
and First South. I
S DOCTOR COOK oV31 I
i Prostatic Troubles x3raTtv Nervous Debility I J H
! Stricture J& ? Varicocele ' H
I cured In 16 days, with- Irp yl Completely and porma- fM
i out cutting, pain, drucs fi yUjAffl nently cured by my new IH
or detention from busi- r iisSeJ process; all disagreeable
ness. S-l oymptomB soon disappear
! Wasting Weakness nl8. ainieTni
Time of cure. 10 to 60 7f)Wr bloodied. An absolute
days, by my original, yfA.f UWffll cure u-ua ran teed.
vory nlmplo remedy SLf-l cur 11
(used exclusively bffi Blood PoISOtt
Private Diseases M UVMtSn0t
! BToU&8on la free and invited, and in eoMulUnir mo $t bunQ j
that nothing that oclencfi can dovlse or skill perfect has Dcen icit unuuu
I you and rccolvo by nturn mail my honest and candid opinion of jour case. K
ON ALL CAR LINKS,
Try it the Next Time You
0. C. EWING, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mininrr men and stooJc
nwo. RATES A DAY AND UP, .
POK-TLAND CEME2JT, I
Burton Coal & Lumber Co.
Tard and ortlce, 353 W. Fifth South. I
Up-town office 66 AY. Second South. M VM
Telephono SOS. j