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Special (o Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, Sept. 3. A brilliant social
event of the week was tho sixty-thrcd
party at tho homo of Mrs. E. J. Beggs
) Wednesday afternoon. The pleasant rooms
i wero fragmnt with nasturtiums, swoot
I pens anil other summer blossoms. After
enjoying a number of games prizes wero
awarded to Mrs. John Thomson, Mls9
Maud Whitney and Mrit. Fred Smith. De
licious refreshments were served by the
hostess, who wn assisted by Mrs. Thom
son. Mrs. Towey and the Misses Tesslo
nnrl T.'nl.i Tlrtrrns nml T.lls IjOCkhart.
IThoac who enjoyed tho event were Mrs.
J. L. Lockhart. Mrs. E. P. Lo Comptc,
t Mrs C. B. Marshall. Mrs. R. E. Wight,
Mrs J.' W. GelRcr. Mrs. W. U Mlddour,
Mrs F. A. Bird. Mrs. C. F. Gcdst. Mrs.
R. D. Robblns. Mrs. J. Frankol, Mrs. J.
M. Lockhart, Mrs. L,. B. Wight. .Mrs, J.
A. Horton. Mrs. A. A. Pike, Mrs. A. R.
Weetcr. Mrs. C. A. Blochcr. Mi:'. I' A
McCarty. Mra. L. E. 'Hubbard. "Mrs. M.
( D. Hurlbut. Mrs. T. Cuplt. ,Mrs. John
i Diem, Mrs. Charles ircnth, Mrs. V. H.
Towoy, Mrs. C M. Wilson. Mrs. F. J
McLaughlin. Mra. J. W. White. Mrs.
John Lc Favour. Mrs. W. T. Humes, Mrs.
F. W. Hayt. Mrs. M. F. Allen ' Mrs.
Emma Kelso, Mrs. R. IT. Read, Mn'. A.
Williams, Mrs Z. Evans, Mrs. BucX ley.
Mrs. W. D. Sutton. Mr. L. Kimball, Mrs.
William Staley. Mrs. D. D.. Sutton. Mrs.
E. K. Ward. Mrs. S. Fargo. Mrs. R. . V.
i ans. Mrs. F. Smith. Mr. G. W. Gliillvor.
Mrs. G. E. Hedges. Mrs. Ed Hurlbir.t.
Mrs. F W. Sherman. Mrs. O. C. Lock,
hirt. Mrs. W. H.Delghton. Mrs. John
Thomson. Mn. W. J. Buck, Mrs. Jl
Wclsh. Mrs. John McSorlcy. Mrs. a. Fra
( .er. Mrs. William R"lch. Mrs. N. Thor
4 lott, Mrs. Thomaa. Miss Maud Gray. Mrs
Charles Shields. Miss Maud Whitney and
Miss Alma Andrews.
rnrrln nt Rnt 1 Jiko was CUCSt Of
I honor nt nn Informal afternoon given by
hrr daughter. Mrs. R. D. 'Bobbins. Friday
nftnnioon. Dainty refreshments were
sei-vcd and enjoyed by the foilr or five- ln
, vltcd friends.
J A. Mnlla, H. B. Culbcrtson and Dan
B. Shields gave a brautlfully appointed
7 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening :it
the rooms of the two former named gen
1 ' Ucmcn. The affair was arranged in honor
of H B. Hampton, whose marriage- takes
, placr on Wednesday. Toasts, singing,
story tolllng-and music were features of
1 the altogether pleasant affair, and tho
Jollification lasted until after midnight.
Thot-o Invited were John W. Gclger. F. A.
McCarty. Clarence A. Blochcr. Dr., Hamp
ton and Dr. Odoll of Salt Lake. Clarence
A Drake, James Bymea and Dr. R. E.
The D. of H. gnve a dime social in their
lodgcroom Thursday evening, followed by
' refreshments and an Impromptu pro
gramme as ' follows: Vocal solo, Miss
i Nettle Gray; recitation. Miss Blanche
Fanvl; vocal solo, the Misses Bcssla and
1 Res'- Bnrnlcott: recitation. M!ss Tes3lo
McLaughlin; dialogue, seven little girls;
vocal solo. Miss Agatha Durkln; recita
tion Elsie Phalen: Instrumental solo. Mrs.
Harkncss; monologue. MJs's , Florence
CroFsman; recitation. Millie Gotach.
One or the m09t elaborately appointed
evening parties given In Park for soma
time was that of Friday, when Mr. "and
Mrs. F W. Sherman nnd Mr. and Mrs.
John Le Favour cntertnlned more than
100 quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman at euchre. The rooms In this
hospltablo home were prettily decorated,
tho parlor In green and yellow, the li
brary In pink and white, and the dlr.lng
room In scarlet and 'gteen. Sunflowers
were used throughout with smllax and
othc- greens, the combined colors being
strikingly beautiful. Delicious refresh
ments were served, the hosts and hostesf es
brim: assisted by seven popular gentle
men Following Is a list of the Invited guests:
Mr and Mrs. J. W. White. Mr. and Mrs.
W T Humes, Mr. and Mrs Henry
Welsh. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wight. Mr.
ard Mrs. J. DIom. Mr and Mrs. W. J.
Buck Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heath, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. McGIll. Mr. and Mrs. W.
H Clapp. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Gclger. Mr.
and Mrs. P. II. Towey, Mr. and Mrs. M..
M. D. Hurlbut. Dr. and Mrs. R. E.
WlTht. Dr. and Mrs. Le Compte. Dr. and
Mrs. E. K. Ward. Dr. and Mrs. C. M.
Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lockhart.
Mr, and Mrs. F. Morgan, Mr. nr.d Mrs. J.
Frnrki-1. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Marshal. Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Bcggs. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Thomson, Mr.' and Mrs. S. Fargo, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Bird. Mr. and Mrs. Ai A.
Plko. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mlddour. Mr.
and Mrs. L. Kimball. Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. R D. Robblns,
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Blocher. Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Golist. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hughes, Mr.
and Mrs G. F. Boreman. Mr. and Mrs. L.
E. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Grav.
Mrs. and Mrs. A. Williams, Mr. and Mra.
G. W. Gu'.lver. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wight,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hayt. Mr. and Mrs.
F. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. WycofT. Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Shields. Mr. and Mrs. P. MePherson. and
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Armstrong of Salt
i,nv:e, Mlso Boslc Wilson, Mtes Maud
Gray, Miss Genevieve Wilson. Miss Alma
H Andrews. Miss Eva Lambert. Miss Amber
H) Bardsley, Miss Kate-Allen. Mrs. M. F. Al-
len, Mrs. J. V. Horton. Mra. M. Moes,
f Messrs. C. T. Mixer. J. H. Boutwcll Mc-
t Caskell. Watson. G. Wilkinson, D. O.Grn-
bpll Montague Allen, Dr. W. J. Bardsloy.
Milton Ward, Ed Le Compto, Jack Thom-
Mr and Mrs. L. B. Wight. Dr. and Mrs.
R. Ti. Wight. Mrs. J. A. Horton. Mlis
Isellle Horton and Holland Wight enjoyed
Hl n trip to the Ontario mine via the tunnel
1' Thursday evening.
Dr. R. E. Wight entertained a small
company of gentlemen at dinner Thurs-
H day noon, complimentary to Dr. R. R.
Hnmpton and Dr. Odell of Salt Lake The
9 other invited guesta were H. B. Hampton,
J, A Malla, Dan B. Shields and H. Cul-
Mrs. W. J. Buck was hostess on Thurs-,
day at nn enjoyable Kensington, given
complimentary to her sister. Mrs. T. Fra
ser, who leaves shortly for Boston, Mnss
The gueats Included Intimate friends of
the guest. After enjoying light refresh
ments the pleasant t-vnt came to a oloso
Ihoso Invited wero Mrs. Frnsor. Mrs. H
"lsh Mrs- E. J. Beggs, Mrs. P. Ill
Towey Mrs. I.. Kimball. Mrs. I. Sutton.
Mrs. W. D. Sutton, Mrs. G W Gulliver
,Jrfl- X' Sherman. Mrs. J. Thomson.
h?3- hZcWrt' :NIlB3 Collie McKee and
Miss Isbell Grant.
Miss Ella Snyder was hostess at a
charming flinch party given at the home
ot her parents Friday evening Prizes
In the game were awarded to Mls Mar-
B, rfiN,mm, ,Kl SI,as Crescent Smith.
Delicious refrenhmentx were served The
hostess was assisted by her sinter, Miss
Pearl, and her mother. Tho guests nrcs
nt were Mlas Merle Whitehead. Miss
M Mirgaret Nlmmo, Miss Verdle Post. Miss
Janle Mmmo, Miss Mary McDonald. Miss
Crescent Smith Miss Christina McDon!
A l?.0,Ie2rSMJack Thomson. Arnold Smith,
Arthur Mathews and James McDonald
Hl 'SIr0', J;, F- Ge5ecr entertained at an in-
formal dinner rarty yesterday. In honor
I i. Irs- H- k-ano "'"l two children and
I Miss Mildred Cuddy of Salt Lake Covers
jl were laid for eight.
l Tlo Misses Elhpi Clark and May Mc-
Ca,rJ?ac.k,au0 an enjoyable watermelon
, feast at the home of the former Wednes
! day evening. Games, music and dainty
l1 refreshments were enjoyed by th guests
l ' who were tho Misses Rhea Rllf.y, Alta
i Montgomery, Creoccnt Smith. Florence
'HIHl Morrow, Mamie Wilson, Messrs. Gcorca
S2,BCr' nnk Barnlcott, Bert Hartwell.
Ih(?.mns Ro,bei:ts' Jaraos Howells. Arnold
1 , Smith and J. Sorenson.
Thursdav afternoon a number of friends
!? Hitlc PatT-?k CIark surprised him at
,thoAomc of '1,s Parents on his eighth
blrthdny anniversary. The usual number
of games were played. Those present
J'iF.1'0 ,,lIan Stanley, Hortcnso Hartwolil
Hff if! 1 Brllcy Lizzie Bates, Pearl Sweat!
i V'lured McCormack. Grace Richardson
j John Cunnlngton, Bertie Bates, L. Balloy
Amos CUnnlngton, Joo, Edna and Willie
Hollcndrako, and Orscn Cunnlncton,
Dr. audt Mrs. C. M. Wilson, the Mlssen
Wilson. Mr. Grabcll and Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Hayt X avc returned from a ten dayo
Mr. and 'Mrs- J. Frankcl ontortalncd at
dlnnor Informally Sunday, In honor of J.
M. Lockhnart and chlldrou.
Miss Bcsolo Cnlllson, MIks Lulu Roy,
Mossrs. C. "S'oung, F. Lambourno, O. Cal
llson and M. Beckstcad' drovo up from tho
capltol yesUu-day to visit with Park
Dr. and Mm II. E. Wight chnperoncd tho
following yoanjr folks to tho social Sat
urday evening: Tho Misses Nellie Horton,
Florence HurlUut, May Hcdgw, Roso Bar
nlcot, Carrlo ..tklns, Lillian Hedges, Sunlo
Slileklc, Nellie Jennings, Llzzlo Shields,
Winulo JnnIiUT3, MosBrn. R. Jennings, V.
Barnlcot, G. liates. F. Shields, G. Evans,
J. Thomson and Ed Le Comptc.
Mrs. T. Fra-'ior leaven September 7 for
Boston. Mass, to remain Indefinitely with
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White leave for Salt
Lake this afturnoon to bo prosont at tho
marriage of MIssi Graco Louise Emory and
Wallnco Bransfcrd. Mr. and Mrs. Whlto
will bo guests qf Col. and Mrs. E. F.
Holmes while ia tho city.
Mr. and Mra, C F. Golst ontortalncd a
small company of friends Informally
Tuesday at sevorv.l games of 500, followed
by a Dutch lunch. Tho guests wero Mr
and Mrs. R. D. Robblns. Mr. and Mrs. F.
A. McCarty. Mr. And Mrs. J. W. Gclgor.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S'inlth. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Condon, Mr, and airs. S. Forgo, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles ShlolilH, and-Mrs Currlo of
I Mrs, Leslie Condon and two children ar
rived In Park Monday and will remain
for several days tho guest of her sister,
Mrs. F. A. McCarty.
Mr. and Mrs Ed Hurlbut doparted for
St. Louis Thursday to visit with friends
nnd eoo tho Bights. i
Miss Cora Snyder and Miss Eva Lam
bert have returned from their camping
Miss Allco J. Flshor. one of Park's pop
ular school tcachero, nrrlved hero on
Tuesday from her homo at North Dakota.
Miss Maud Whitney of Syracuse, N. Y..
arrived In Park the past week and will
.teach here this year.
Miss Ada Kimball wvmt down to Zlon
Wednesday to visit with her mother and
Mrs. Morshttll returned homo Monday,
ai'ter a olensant visit -with her son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Marshall.
M.iss Molllo McKco of Salt Lake is visit
ing In Park, tho guest of Miss Isabcll
Mr.n. Currlo of Salt Lnk' spent tho past
week In Park, tho guest or. her daughter,
Mrs. R. D'. Robblns.
Mlssen Margaret and Knthryn Shields
are visiting In Zlon with their numerous
Marguor te Cordell. came up to Park
Tuesday and Is being entertained by
Mrs David E. Hemphill came up from
7.!on yesterday to visit with, friends.
Mrs. G. R. Honcock and daughter. Miss
Holllstcr. spent a day In Park tho past
week with Col. and Mrs. William M. Ferry
and family at North Park.
Mrs. P. MePherson and son Gordon
came up from tho city Friday morning1
to attend the Sherman Le Favour party.
They are guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Lo
Mrs. B. J. Beggs and Lois Lockhnrt
drovo to Coalville- Saturday morning and
returned home In the evening.
Miss Martha Lamming has returned to
Park after a pleasant summor's vacation
spent with her numerous friends and rola
tlves. Mr?, K. Carpenter, son and daughter,
returnetl home Thursday from an extended
visit with relatives at Washington, D. C.
Mrs, M. Walker came up from the me
tropolis Friday morning.
Mrs. J. F. Richardson and daughter
Fran's returned from a three months'
visit with relatives in California on
Mr. J. H. Boutwell and father of Wash
ington. D. C, arrived In Park Thursday
morning. Tho former Is United States
geological surveyor. The gentlemen ex
pect to remain until the holidays.
Miss Elco Gltsch returned from tho city
Thursday morning, whero sho has been
tho guest of Miss Edna Camomile.
Special lo The Tribune.
PROVO, Sept. 3. The surprise party
given at the home of J. C. Ferrln
Thursday evening was a success. Mrs.
Ferrln entertained thirty of her friends.
Games and music were the pleasant
features. Dainty refreshments were
oerved. Punch was sarved by Miss
Martha and Jennie Ferrln. Among the
guests were Mr. and -Mrs. J. C. Ferrln,
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Partridge, Mr. and
Mrs. II. S. Pyne, Mr. and Mra O. B.
Young, Mr and Mrs. Jameo A. Oliver,
Mr. and Mrs. DavlcC Li. Van AVagener,
Mr. and Mrs. "Walter D. Dixon, Mrs.
Cornelia Clayton. Mrs, Louisa McBrlde,
Mra Nellie Harris, Mrs. May Partridge,
tMn. Mary Boyden, Misses Nora Young,
Lizzie Boyden, Leah Pyne, Margot
Clayton, Mr. Roy Clayton, Mr. James
A farewell party was given at the
Fourth wrd meeting-house in honor of
Miss Nellie Josephs, who leaves shortly
for her home on the Samoan Islands.
Mrs. Susla Y. Gates Is a Provo visi
Miss Ida Boshard haa returned home
after spending, two weeks lm Salt Lake
Parley Pratt, son of Moroni L. Pratt,
has returned from San Francisco.-..
Tj. Holbrook has returned from
Senator and Mrs. Smoot attended' con-'
ference at milliard.
Miss Louie Thomas has returned af
ter spending a week In Spanish Fork
Mrs. Stark of Payoon Is visiting Provo
Mrs. II. M. Russell of Delaware, O.
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles'
Mis3 RowTia Booth has returned from
Mlso Lillian I. Price of theSalt Lake
public library and Mies Mary Lewis of
Salt Lake are visiting Mrs. E, T. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Jones of
Spanish Pork have been visiting rela
tives and friends of Provo.
Warren Eklns has returned after on
Boy Brings Ml
. for Loss of Leg
James Pnxton Demands $25,000
From Utah. Consolidated Mln- ,
Damages In the sum of aro de
manded by James Paxton from tho Utah
Consolidated Mining company In a suit
filed yesterday In tho District court, on
account of personal Injuries sustained by
tho plaintiff whon In tho employ of tho
Paxton la a boy only ll years old, and
tho suit Is brought by his mother, Al
bertlna Paxton, whom Judge Hall grant
ed loavo to act ns guardian ad litem for
tho purpose of prosecuting tho case. Tho
complaint alleges that on July i, and for
sorno tlmo prior thcroto, tho boy was In
tho employ of tho company as a helper
at Its Hmcltcr furnaces In Bingham can
yon, receiving waecs in tho amount of
52.25 n day, and that on tho dnto men
tioned he was run ovor by a coal car, re
sulting In his leg being broken and so
badly maimed that It had to bo ampu
tated. It Is alleged that tho accident was
wholly duo to carelessness on Uio part of
tho company In falling to keep Itu prem
ises properly lighted and neglecting to ro-
quire that signals be given ns a warning
of tho approach of Its oars. It Is furthor
claimed that tho boy had been advised
by his superiors that no cars would run
on the day In question, resulting In his
having failed to excrclso ordinary caution
to avoid an nccldent. The plaintiff Is rep
resented In the case by Attornoys Powers
& Straup and Cannon, Irvlno & Snow.
Bid Not Know He Was Wanted.
Whon C. H. Hammer strayed Into the
uny unu county uuuaing yesteruay morn
ing, ho did so blissfully Ignorant of tho
fact that Deputy Sheriff Burbldgo had
been looking out for him for several
weeks. Tho first man ho met wns Sheriff
Emery, and Emery was not so Ignorant
of his being wonted ub was Hammer. So
tho latter went to Jnll on tho old chargo
of stealing a blcyclo, and half an hour
later confessed tho theft to Deputy Sher
The strangest thing about tho affair wan
this- Capt. Burbldgo of tho pollco depart
ment brought Hnmmor to grief n year
ago for bicycle thefts; In fact, tho knowl
edge which tho Captain's brother had
gained of Hammer was during the lat
tcr's term for his first offense,
Alva Glover had complained to tho
Sheriffs office a few days after Hammer's
release that some one had stolen his
whoel from the city and county building,
and Deputy Sheriff Burbldgo suspected
Hammer. After tho latter's arrest and
confession yesterday mornlngi tho wheel
was recovered. '
Suit for divorce on tho ground of nonT
support was filed In the District court
yesterday by Jennlo Edglnton ngalnst
Frank Ldglnton, plaintiff nsklng for tho
custody of a son and daughter, nged 12
aim o years, respectively, ino coupic wero
married In this city Mny'S, 1S0L
Judgo Stewart and Judgo Morse of 'ho
District court will both be occupied on
Tuesdny with the setting of Jury cases.
Judgo Lewis's court will bo In session,
with no setting of cases.
Suit for recoery of possession of tho
area In conflict between the Rooster r.r.d
Baltic lode minings claims in the Ltttlo
Cottonwood mining district was filed In
the District court yesterday by tno Su-perlor-Alta
Mining company against
Fritz Rettlch. Tho plaintiff company
claims prior rights In the location of Its
Baltic claim, which has been Infringed
upon by the filing of tho Rooster claim.
Judgment for the defendant was ten
dered yesterday by Judgo T. Marloneaux
In the case of Joseph A. Warren and Har
riet Loulso Warren against Boyd P.trk.
brought to quiet tltlo to the north 2o feet
of the west 75 feet and the north 3? fcrt
of the east SO feet of the west ono-half of
lot 3, block 30, plat K, Salt Lake City sur
vey. George E. McKoc, William Everott. C.
P, Madscn. Philip Jones, Wllllnm L. Mr
Conahay and H. E. Wonderllch, all of
Salt Lake, wero yesterday discharged In
bankruptcy. W. A. Nelson of St. George,
J. B. Wlsslng. Eugene C. Thompson,
Harry E. Starmcr, all of Salt Lake, wore
United States District Judgo John Mar
shall has been called to Denver to sit In
Judge llallett's court during next week.
The next session of the Federal court
will bo held on Monday, September 12, int.
which time the law and motion calendar
will bo called.
absence of two year9 on a mission to
the Eastern States.
Miss Melpha Houtz of Sprlngvillc was
a Provo visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas HIggs of Provo
have removed to Tucker, where Mr.
HIggs is engaged to teach school for the
Prof, and Mrs. Claire Reed of this
city will, in a few days, leave for Bos
ton, where the professor will enter on a
course of studies In the New England
Conservatory of Music for the ensuing
Miss Pearl Bennett entertained on
Wednesday evening In honor of Miss
Ida Parker of Abraham, who left for
her home on Friday. There were beau
tiful decorations used for the occasion.
Plates were laid for eight and a sump
tuous repast was enjoyed. Tho follow
ing were present: Rachel Ryne. Louis
Edwards, Martha and Merllno Glazier,
Mamie and Katie Alexander, Pearl
Bennett and Ida Parker.
Mrs. Hyrum Jensen of Provo has re
.turnoel homo after a two weeks' visit
-with friends at Salt Lake.
Miss Nora Young has returned from
Salt Lake, whero sho has been visiting
friends and relatives during the post
Mrs. Emma Gctt of Nebraska Is
spending a few days at Provo,
Mrs. Ida Bagley nnd Mrs. Abble
Hucklns, both of Kansas, arc gucato of
Miss Lottie Greenwood is the guest
of Mr. anil Mrs. Stephen Nott of
Miss Gladys Weathorwax and Miss
Ezma Young, both of Iowa, are the
gueetB of Mrs. Ed Taylor.
Miss Ella Larson nnd her deter
Emma have moved to Provo.
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. Ncphi Bates are spend
ing a few days with relatives, Mr.
Bates teaches at Richfield.
Phlllls Sparkp of Nephl Ip spending a
week with relatives at the Garden city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leon nnd Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Vachcr, who have been camp
ing in Strawberry valley for the past
six weeks, returned homo Tuesday
a a a
Mrs. Frank Roscll litis arrived from
Missouri with her family. They will
resldo hero permanently.
a a a
Mrs. A. G. Becko lo visiting Mrs.
Thomas Bnrratt at American Fork.
a a a
Mrs. II. S. Pyne and daughter, Edna,
spent Wednesday at Salt Lake.
Mleo Fawn Sutton cnlortalncd Thurs
day. a a
Thomas R. Court left Friday -with
Miss Nellie Josephs, a native of tho Sn-
mn.in T H I n n r? o f r- r
Ex-Mayor nnd Mrs. T. N. Taylor left
Thursday afternoon for St. Louis and
other Eastern points.
Miss Eliza SwcnsGn was In Provo one
day this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John White of Goshen
wero Hie guests of their daughter, Mrs.
W. V. Price of Provo.
Enoch Jorgonson, principal of the
Maeser school, and who has been
traveling through southern Utah, has
returned to Provo.
Mrs. Hannah M. Smith has gone to
Salt Lake to visit with her brother,
Henry Llbbio of Now Hampshire.
MIs Nell Sumslon and Ethel Smith
have gone to Thistle and Clinton.
Miss Zora Smith has gone to Lehl,
where she is engaged as a teacher.
a a a
Mrs. George S McAllister of Salt
Lake City Is visiting friends in Provo
nnd Is tho guost of Mrs. Robert Skelton.
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5J TJ-ygH ward and
rj? r T'yTsBSa cannot sUok.
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AlLClSaS"" posed, iihow-
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nama. A flve-pleoj section can be tipped
tndwin, forward or backward, or moved
about ths room without coming apart. It
Is prfloticMlj- dust proof, llullt by me
chanics nd finished to suit any style of
h. r. dErge at eo.
Are the Uto.h Agonto, See tholr window.
I A Soap Suggestion.
It Is always a satisfaction to
use in the home some brand of 1
soap that suits In every way In '
our hard water and which you
can depend upon to be always :
tho same. Our GLYCERINE 'u
HYGIENIQUE SOAP lo such a
soap. It does not chap, cleans
the skin and gives a good lather.
20c a cake, 50e tho box. $
I DaySon Drug Co. '
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REFER TO OUR NURSES fj
h DIRECTORY. rj
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I NEW BRAND OP BEER,
"OUR AMERICAN BEAUTY"
. . BEING OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY,
Is rapidly taking the place of Eastern importations. By tho case
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Telephone 17. General Manager. '
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, 1 for school.
i rgp& We are ready to assist yon, by giving you
i T5 the best school clothes we could find. ' !
j Jsifex s low as AVC cnn possibly sell them.
: (Wll Our boys' department is brimful of new I
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rlisP And the unlimited varieties as well as the
rffiil excellent values' will make the choosing easy. j
j W Boys' caps, all new styles, 2i3c to 1. I
! 11 Boys' waists, in grand assortment, 25c to ?1. 1
And the best 25c stockings on earth.
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; raJSaBaaUtodai Boys, Wcek starts Tuesday. a
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THE QUALITY STORE 1
(feSP $1.15, $1.25, $5.40
Sold at 10 CENTS Q00ve nctual cost.
1 JllWWW& ARE CL0SING 0UT'
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I h x Back to School
4f Herc 11 Is September again and your j
' tSB. i boy must have some good school
' clothes. At Barton's store you cau get J
i Barton's ( 000 D
" SCHOOL j
i' ; StOF I CLOTHES
' : ' The satisfying kind, with all the '
r " 1 . style features to please the boy and g
j S the solid, substantial wear the parents
Nj r i r ii nn hl-. -,-1 always Insist upon. j
; School Suits at $2.09, $2.50, $3, $4 and $5 j
ONE PRICE STORE. ' S-j7 MAIN STREET. j
a It may be a little early to talk about cold weather -
J comfort, but wo want you to keep Old Saiatoga in mind ,
'i before the winter starts. ' h
'i . i HIEGEB & UNDLET, , t
l "The Whiskey Merchants."
I Instance: We cend out
X der of butter well iced . rW
0 celve It Just uB It l8'in 11,
e box. This Is only a wt,
but we want to lmprc3 if
we are careful, aa .ij
j prompt, 1
1 l E.larpe
5 "GOOD THINGS TO jj, ,
85 EAST SECOND SOTJTh', j
Telephone 54, I
GOOD AS NEW, M
REGULAR ?250.00, ?
LEADING MUSIC DZAI
100 Main St, Salt Iaujg
OF THE SEASOiW
I Labor Day Sept, iM
Double Orchestra, Contlnwat'
Ing all Afternoon and EveltrjiHf
Grandest Dancing Floor laMg.
Bathing Is better than It vi j,m
been before. f "
30 TRAINS 3(
10:00 a. m.. 1:00 p. m. aad tvt
J. E. LANGFORD, M ?
J THE EYislGHT
" Is one of the most preclooi K
S tec human being enjoys.
j cannot afford to takejp
3 chances. Have your eyes "Yl
I lned free of charge. It )Wgt
1 need glasses we tell you trijg
2 Wo nt the eyes correctly. mm
line of optical goods, etc. fR5
I 73 W. 1ST SO. E
I Tel, 1763-K. JK
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