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W ' SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1904. . ' j$ f
JCrciklia quickly pasred with
II5 elaborate In the way of social
Egcinent and with one or two cx
HlL future promises but little.
isBfJ leader remarked the other day,
IHL really never has been such a
fcKrt c( entertaining In Snlt Lake."
Km at Fort Douglas, the delightful
lE r Ei'en by Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
fEtfand tlie marriage and reception
IvL Alexander nnd Mr. Allen were
l&Klr large events. The others were
iKi isd Informal dinners, luncheons
llye3i which usually form a feature
iffrtil day's Eoutine.
II tafety enjoyed the diversion of going
automobile races yesterday and
l--foere seta at the football game.
Myrf Montague Ferry and Mrs. Ed
.3dS. Ferry will be hostesses next
imUiay at a bufTet luncheon for the
iXw'ial! hours between 12 nnd 1:20.
iBftiisr.ot only a pleasing Innovation,
4Kt 3 (he only event of importance
IWiidtd as yet for the season, and
rarally that portion of society ex
nMiM Is eagerly anticipating the af
jjSfr It Is sure to be success.
Pj Pratt-Lennon "Wedding.
Tery pretty home wedding look
d$ Wednesday evening when Miss
tW Claire Pratt, daughter of Mr. and
Li Arthur Pratt, became the bride of
Ltt Eugene Lennon, a young busi
es nan of this city. The ceremony
j performed bj the bride's grand
er, John T Calnc, at the home of
fcuidMrs. George A. Alder, of First
Ltii. Only the relatives and a few
ute friends were present, and fol
Hfcj tLe ceremony a dainty wedding
1;rwa9 eerved. The rooms had been
r prettily decorated for the event,
tightest of autumn's flowers being
si Yellow was the color in the draw-K-nwm,
red In the library and pink
Ei shite In the dining-room. Follow-
lit ceremony the bride and groom
at to their own home, which they
tailt on Douglas avenue and
hit they will be at home to their
iuy friends after December 1.
IM Lawson-Bull Marriage.
jj my pretty home wedding took
B yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock
lyfcihomeof Mrs. Lawson. St F street.
i5l Jllrs Clara Lawtxm was married
Fntd A, Bull by the Rev. Elmer I.
jSw0- Only a few frlend9 were pretv
t the ceremony and Immediately
rard the bride and groom took the
P fcr California, to be away for
3ptEtfks In a tour of the most lnter
S places in Southern California,
WW4e Is a charming girl who has
Jt drele of friends In society. Mr.
11 w'lh the Houston Investment
JFy and a successful young busl
nun. All their friends unite in
JjFSf ttiem a prosperous Journey
wVjoung Eailroader to Wed.
julix- Prnett, tlio popular traveling
JmHr Passenger agent of the Bur
JIr Neslen's department. Is
'WV-ni)? to surprise hia friends by
"Fourled. On December 1 at Chey
JFwlll be married to Miss Millie
and after the ceremony they will
yJF?'" extended tour of the Pacific
Mr. Pruett will be showered
.Jmt wtgratulatlons tomorrow.
i J rB Wedding Anniversaries.
Xral correspondents have asked for
STS0? about the different wedding
'JKf ries Thev Fst, paper;
den: tenth- n: twelfth,
HK u,.flItcnth, crystal; twentieth,
dK.,'fnl'-flti. silver; thirtieth,
HK&ttrtleth, woolen: forty-fifth, silk;
so'den; seventy-fifth, diamond.
P Oufflit to Be Great Pun.
"n? novel and interesting Is an
y the ladles of the First Pres
' church, who will give on Xo-
In the church a milk maid's
It is the first time such an
wnwt has been given In this
1 ereat fun la promised.
, Purely Personal.
?jdpIr?- Cllfford R- Pcarsall, Mr.
iPfoi in .K0bci Glendlnning have re
B 10 tho city.
BWsiW8" John Ca,n lert for U
wT 1 Wednesday.
iB S' Gn""ett has gone to
iWfcn, K on account of her father's
jE? e.herman has Gne to Washlng-
Re !J' Clark, to John Carl
Konth, CIevelan(1 will take place
ES YSkLeGrand' Youner havo
R'foVlpn e"ner,X- Smlth enter
Wm ook thM.Thursda" evening and
nru lhtIr Bueats to the Sousa
ffWlhe'- ,W- Clnyl will pass
fm mter in San Francisco.
U.eBES?rry T- C,CaVCr arC
iMn at th?oCher entertained at
PtW.nr o.n-C"Lof lier guest, Mrs.
Ht 1 San PrnnclGco.
' "fcMuee of Mlaa inez Tront an(J
Bert S. Varlan, whose engagement was
announced some months ago, lo set for
December 3 in San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kelsey entertained
last evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
M. I j. rtrtchie.
lira. Graham F. Putnam will be at
homo at her now residence, 132 B street,
Friday ufternoon. She will have an
Informal muslcale In her new studio,
25S Commercial Club building, Saturday
afternoon, for pupils, their parents and
friends. The hours will be from 3 to 5.
Mrs. A. A. Kerr has returned from
Eurelca, where she has been vl9ltlng
for six weeks.
Miss Elsie Scheld entertained last
evening in honor of Miss KIdwell of
Oakland, who is visiting old friends In
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Payne and daugh
ter have returned from a visit to their
old home and also passed a week ut
the Fair in St. Louis.
George Phelps Holman left for the
St. Louis fair last Thursday.
Mrs. L. Hanauer and Max Hanauer
will leave tills week for New York to
Join Miss Ida Hanauer. They will first
fvlslt the Fair on the way east.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Hoffman ex
pect to leave for St Louis and an ex
tended trip through the East on the
20th of this month.
Miss Emma Cohn will pass the next
two months visiting with relatives in
Friends of Miss Minnie A. Booth and
Robert A. Scott will be interested In
lenrnlng of their marriage, which took
place on Thursday, at the Salt Lake
Temple, the ceremony being performed
by President "Winder.
A pleasant evening was pas3ed at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arnold,
HI South First West, Monday.
November 7, the occasion being their
fifteenth wedding anniversary. About
forty of their friends were present, who
played whist during the evening, the
prizes being won by Mrs. V. S. Hen
derson, Mrs. H. M. Cushlng, Mr. J. A.
Sanborn and Mr. J. R. Valentine. Re
freshments, were served and a very
pleasant musical programme rendered.
Those present were- Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mnrriott,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall. Mr,
and Mrs. J. L. AVllson, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. White, Mr. andVMrs. F. P. Sher
wood, Mr. and Mrs. "W. S. Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sommers, Mr. and Mrs.
II. M. Cushlng, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Offen
back, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Moser, Mr.
and Mrs. G. B. Blakely, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Pond,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Robinson, Miss
Lotta Dlnwoodey, Mr. G. A. Purcell.
A very pretty wedding was solemn
ized last Monday when Miss Helen
Franklin became the wife of W, R.
Ashby The marriage ceremony waB
performed at the bride's home, after
which an elaborate dinner was served.
Later the bride and groom held a large
reception at their cosy little home, 4
Lambert court. The bride wore a hand
some gown of white silk mulle over
taffeta, silk and carried bride's roses.
The lloral decorations were very attrac
tive. The presents were numerous and
The W F. F. club held Its first meet
ing Wednesday evening, at the home of
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL
Tev Peoplo Know How Useful it Is in
Preserving Health nnd Beauty.
Nearly everybody knows that charcoal
Is tho safest and moat efficient disinfect
ant and purifier in nnture, but few rcnllzo
Its value when taken into the human sys
tem for the samo cleansing purpose
Charcoal Is a remedy that the more you
tako of It the better; It Is not a drug at
all, but olmply absorbs the gases nnd Im
purities alwaj'3 present in the stomach
and InteBtlnes and carries them out of tho
syGtcm. . A.
Charcoal sweetens the breath after amo
king, drinking, or after eating onlonH and
other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears and Improves
the complexion, it whitens the teeth and
further acts a3 a natural nnd eminently
It abHorbs the Injurious gases which col
lect In the stomach and bowels; It disin
fects the mouth and throat from tho poi
son of catarrh.
All druggists sell charcoal In one form
or another, but probably tho best charcoal
and the most for the money In In Stuart a
Charcoal Lozcngea: they arc composed of
tho finest powdered Willow charcoal, and
other harmless antiseptics In tablet form
or rather la the form of large, pleasant
tasting lozenges, the charcoal bclnfj
mixed with honey.
Tho dally uho of these lozenges will soon
tell In a much Improved condition of the
ceneral health better complexion, sweet
er breath and purer blood, and tho beauty
of It la. that no posslblo harm can result
from their continued use, but on tho con
trary, great benefit.
A Buffalo physician, in speaking of tho
benefits of charcoal. 3ays: "I advise Stu
art's Charcoal Lozenges to all patients
suffering from gas In stomach and bowels,
and to clear tho complexion and purify the
breath, mouth and throat; I also believe
the liver la greatly benefited by tho dally
use of them; they cost but twenty-five
conls a box at drug stores, and although
In Romo senso a patent preparation, yet I
believe I et more and better charcoal In
Stuart's Charcoal Lozcnues than In any of
the ordinary charcoal tablets.'
Miss Margaret Phillips. The rooms were
tastefully decorated with the club's
colors, pink and green, and the evening
was delightfully passed by those pres
ent. The following officers were elected:
President, Miss Mary Phillips; vice
president, Miss Blanche Hanson; treas
urer, Miss Esther Nathan; secretary,
MIs.3 Florence Floreman; assistant sec
retary,: Miss Nellie Holley. The club
will hold its noxt meeting Wednesday
evening at the home cf Miss Nellie
Holley, 11 .North Seventh West,
The Club do Langue Francalse will
meet at the home of Mme. Kelly, 333
Second street, on Friday evening, No
vember IS, at 8 o'clock. The following
programme has been arranged: Trio,
Mesdames Heinz, Kelly and Portmnn;
reading, ' Lettres de Mon Moultin,
Mile. Fredin; essay, "Les Terres En
core Inconnues," Mr. Held; recitation,
The Twenty-second ward relief soci
ety and Y. L. M. I. A. will give a fair,
commencing at 2 p. m., Thursday, No
vember 17, and will continue it until
everything is sold. The fair will be
held In the relief society hall, Twenty
A very pleasant surprise party was
given in honor of Miss VInie Glenn at
her home, Friday evening, about thirty
guests being present. Music and games
were enjoyed by all. A molding con
test was one of the features. Mr.
Street and Miss Smith were awarded
the first and second prices, while Miss
Rawls was given the consolation prize.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Frank J. Spang enter
tained about forty-five of their friends
Wednesday evening, the occasion be
ing the forty-second anniversary of
Mr. Spangs birth, for which he was
the recipient of many handsome pres
ents. Music and games were enjoyed,
after which refreshments were served.
On Wednesday, November 1G, from 2
to 5 o'clock, the trustees of the In
fants' home, GC I street, will be glad
to receive ' their friends. This being
the first birthday the trustees aro de
sirous of having all who have contri
buted and all who are Interested In
this work come and inspect the home.
The next regular meeting of tho
Unity club will be held tomorrow at
S o'clock. The evening is to be given
to Scandinavian literature and music.
A lecture on the dramatist, Ibsen, by
A. V. Taylor, will be followed by a
short talk on Grieg, by Arthur Shep
herd, and interpretation of some of his
music by Willlard Weihe.
Mrs. Walter Johnson and Mrs. George
Bible left yesterday morning for a brief
stay at Rock Springs, Wyo., where they
will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Couzens. Upon their return, Mrs.
Johnson leaves for Santa Cruz, Cal ,
which Is to be her future home. Dr.
Johnson, well known as the proprietor
of the Theater pharmacy In Salt Lake,
has purchased a drug store and Is al
ready located there. Many Salt Lake
friends wish Dr. and Mrs. Johnson suc
cess in their new home.
A very pretty wedding of the past
week was that of Miss May Marsh and
Ernest FreIerlckson, which took place
on Wednesday evening at the homo of
the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Marsh,
of 426 Sixth East. A number of
friends of the young people were pros-
Bemoved. by the Now Principle
ElcctrolyolB X-ray or depilatories are of
fered you on tho bare word of the opera
tora and manufacturers. Do Miracle is not.
It is the only mothod which Is Indorsed by
physicians, Burgeons, dermatolojrists. med
ical Journals and prominent magazines.
Booklet will b sont free, in plain, sealed
Do Mlraclo mailed, Boaled In plain wrap
per, on receipt of Jl.CO by Do Mlraclo
Chmlcal Co., Park avo. and 120th ot., N.
V Your money back without question (no
red tape) if it falls to do all that Is claimed
for 1L For solo by all first-class drucglsts,
department stores and
DBUEHIi & FBANKEN,
S. E. Cor. Main and Third South Sta.
ent at the ceremony, which was per
formed by Rev. Peter A. Slmpkln ot
of Phillip's Congregational church. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frederickson will be at home
to their friends after December 1 at
their new home on East Sixth South
Mrs. Katherine C. Belcher entertained
at an. Informal luncheon at the Com
mercial club yesterday In honor of her
guest, Mrs. R. G. Hnnford, of San Fran
cisco. During her brief stay in Salt Lake
Mrs. Allen G. Cnmpboll was tho recipi
ent of unuch attention from her many
On Friday evening next the membtrs
of the First Unitarian society will ob
serve tho first annlveraary of their oc
cupancy of the new church building.
In honor of the evenb they will give a
birthday party, dancing to be the chief
feature of the evening's entertainment
Guests are also to be provided with
small bags, in which they are to place
pennies corresponding with their own
age. Friends of the church members
and all who are Interested in the society
will be most welcome.
Tho members of the West Side Whist
club were entertained by Mrs. Charles
Sharon at her home Wednesday even
ing. Those present were: Mesdames
Margretts, Collins. Mudge, Davis, But
terwood, Watterman, White, Misses
Larsen, Glllez, Creza and Collins.
Mrs. Donald G. Stuart entertained
thirty guests Friday at cards, the oc
casion being her husband's birthday.
The evening's enjoyment was consid
erably enhanced by selections from
Charles Kent, vocalist, and Miss Ethel
IT. Dolllemyre, pianist.
Miss Tess Hampton, assisted by Miss
Rennle Pedcrsen, tntertalnc-d Monday
evening at a party in honor of Miss
Madeline Bedler of Newport, R. I. Cov
ers were laid for eighteen and the guests
entered the beautifully decorated dining-room
at 9 o'clock, where many
toasts were given throughout tho even
ing, Mies Clara Enrlght acting as toast
master. Miss Clara Enrlght entertained de
lightfully Thursday evening in honor
of the president and other members of
the Blllle club. Covers were laid for
Miss Helen Baldwin entertained Sat
urday evening In honor of Howard
Fletcher or Baltimore. Miss Baldwin
was assisted In entertaining by Miss
Rennie Pedcrsen; and Miss Clara En
rlght. Coffee was poured In the dining
room by Mls3 Slgrld Pcderten, and
punch wiis served in the librnry by Miss
Tess Hampton. Fifty guestB enjoyed
the hospitality of the hostess.
Rev. Peter A. Slmpkln was the offici
ating clergymen at the wedding of Mrs.
M. J. Jenkins of this city and Thomas
Sellers of Scofield, which took place
last Wednesday evening In this city at
the home of Andrew Wilson of this city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sellers left Immediately
for Scofield, where they will make their
home and where both are well known.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Congregational church will hold a fair
In the church parlors on Thursday and
Friday, December 8 nnd 9.
Miss Mary Eeselman and Garnet
Buckle entertained their friends last
Friday night at 350 South Seventh East
Fresh Cut Flowers.
Ask your florist for home-grown
llowers If you want them fresh. Don't
buy shlpped-in stock; they don't last
The Salt Lake Floral company, 1950
State street, urows alone 16,000 chry
santhemums, 25,000 carnations and
10.000 roses. If you ask for their cut
flowers you will get fresh stock. Vis
itors always welcome to visit their
Public Long-Distance Telephones,
With sound-proof booths. Telephone
building. State street, city.
f25S? Woman Need Despair. I
A beautiful face Is within the reach of all; no woman
p likes to have wrinkles. Madame Tullcy's Wonderful
treatment removes them in ONJ3 treatment. SUPER-
A FLUOUS IIATR removed by electricity at reduced rotes .
this week A full line of Madame Tulley's goods always
In stock. Receptions dally from J to 5 j
. , j Parlors 5 and 6, 176 W. 2nd So.
ftw . iry Address mall to parlors B
Muwdi.'J.lfW..v.wtiii.WMi.i.iiB,JLU,j.wjj iii mi i I 1 1 ii ii amnin
I w i iill Mil ' '3E3EEffiamtf T j
I Cartons, flrisios, Platinums and lilczzotypcs. j
i One hundred stales of cards to choose from. I
! PRICES TO SUIT ALL. VISITORS WELCOME.
Studio 446$ east Btigtot! Street.
-"38 Prepare For Itl
"jp Before It 1
m'y Arrives 1
P Mfg TERFIELD" REAY-TO-WEAR SUITS, thnt aro M
g ''A0t three grades higher than any others in the city, all f
H v KKMSlIk hand made, 20 to 40. M
m sfpf 044) fmipm Also the larsest vnriety of high-grade un- 1m,
H "ifl? 4ff "iPl 'DERWEAR, Hosiery, Shirts, Hals, Gloves, Hand-
m kerchiefs, Pajamas and Night Robes, House Coats, jg$
IJMfiSMwwM House Robes' Batb Robes' Canes, Umbi'eiias' Neck- H
'MtMfmS car' Sc5U'f rins' Cun: Buttous' Watch Foljs Collars II
'pp and Guffs. A pleasure to show our merchandise. E
fe J. Win Gray S
"P 153 MHIN ST., EAST SIDE 1
B UNDER ELECTRIC SBGN "GRAY'S" j
I WEATHER RECORD f
"Weather for today Fair,
Yesterday's record at the local offlco
of the weather bureau.
Maximum tumpcraturc, W decrees; min
imum temperature, SO dof?roea; mean
temperature, 42 dejrees, -which 1h So do
errocs abovo the normal.
Accumulated excess of temperature
since the flrHt of the month, 11 detrrcefl.
Accumulated excess of temperature
.since January 1, 43 deforces.
Total precipitation from 6 p. m. to C
p. m., none.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
olnco tho first of the month, .KJ Inch.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
slnco tho first of January. 1G2 Inches.
Abllcno -I3L08 Anseles . 82
Ashevlllo ..48MHe3 Cliy tf
Atlanta GQModona. &J
Bismarck 2MontKomery 53
Boise MMoorhcad 4G
Boston r.5Ncv.- Orleans 56
Buffalo l2Norfolk 4
Cairo -MNorthflold .34'
Calgary BSNorth Platte 43
Charleston TOOklahoma W
Chieao -llOmaha ..3-1
Denver 4SPlttsburs . . K
Detroit ,.44Pocatello GC
Dodge . .SSPortland 6-1
Duluth 42Rapld City Bl Bw! v - JM
Hildas 44Kosebur G3 BVR Yf
El Paso list. Jxnilrt .....42 Mri Ifc . '
GalvcBton ... B2St. ran I Z$ m ' $ 4 l
Grand Junction.. ...J4San Francisco 72 t?,. i 1 to. IH
Havre KSanta Fo 20 Ij.f ! ' jH
Helena 4CScranton SC liL; ' j "H
Huron 44Spokane 52 lJ'i
Jacksonville TOSwlft Current .....K If fl, f"
Kamloops 4GWashlngton 4G PH. ' . I
Kansas City 3GW!nnemucca Gi , i
Knoxvlllo 50AVlnnlpeer ,...54 ,
Little Rock 4Yuma 72 W. ' ,
HATIITCATIOIT SPECIAL ' Si ' ' , 'H
Hurrah for the victory nnd Join tho Ijh.i ,
crowd Tuesday, November 15, on the Hijb
Salt Lake Route special train from the flitv . '
south. Biff Republican ratification at : I
Salt Lake City. Sec any agent Salt R H ' i' I
Lake Route. .
200 Bambouillet Bams. HKj IH
For sale cheap. They are large, heavy' Dl!!? ' llfl
fleeced and bred for range service. Come nt ;(, i IH
and sec them or write for prices. h"'" lllV
INTERMOUNTAIN SHEEP CO. IjH ' 1
Room 305 Ecclea Building, Oden, BjS'
Utah. P. O. Box. 118. H Jih
Bad Tenants xrvicted. jtj'' .
And rent collected. Merchants' Pro- Ijjv
tectlvo Association. Francis G. Luke, 1 ; ;
General Manager. Top Floor Comrner- 1 j : j,
clal Block. W , ' i
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i I j Just a few minutes ahead. Tour I H
viK.vli'? -yWy pictures framed neatly, artistically B j1';
jCT and at a reasonable price. Mothing1 I D. .
"but fixst-class work leaves this store. N '
J' 57 MAIN ST. iii
BOTH 'PHONES. J j 1
SALT LAKE CITY'S EXCLUSIVE H
j' aNQ PLACE LIKE GLOSZ'S FOR VALUES." S
I 270 MAIN 270 MAIN j f . I
I UNPRECEDENTED OFFERING I j
OF j j '
A t1 JH
1 THERE WILL BE A GATHERING OF SAVING '!; H
SHOPPERS JN OUR STORE MONDAY, DRAWN HERE j j 1 H
I BY AN UNPRECEDENTED OFFERING IN HAND- j, J
SOIE FURS,"" THAT HAVE THAT DISTINCTIVE ' , H
STYLE CHARACTERISTIC IN KEEPING WITH THE jj jjj H
WELL-KNOWN GLOSZ'S REPUTATION. ,
We invite your inspection, feeling that a visit to our y j !
5 store will prove pleasant and profitable. 1 jl j
THE QUALITY IS THE VERY BEST, THE STYLE ! H
y CORRECT, THE FITTING PERFECT AND THE PRICE 1 ,(
a OF EVERY ARTICLE CA3S BE DEPENDED UPON TO jj. "
I BE LOWER THAN EQUALLY HIGH-GRADE FURS H
CAN BE OBTAINED ANYWHERE ELSE. H
j A Rare and Unexampled Display of the Highest Class I J;j; '
I Furs and Fur Garments in Russian Sable, Royal Ermine, g I'j. jH
j Obiucliilla, Broadtail Seal, Eastern Mink, Fox, Marten, As- H j; 1
tra cban, Nenr Seal, etc., etc. P ji', '
NEW GARMENTS TO ORDER A SPECIALTY. i j
CHILD'S SETS, FUR TRIMMINGS, MISSES' SETS. I '; , !
1 REPAIRING, REMODELING, CLEANING AND RE- 1 Ik 1 ;
't DYEING OF FURS. 1 Br' H
ANY SMALL DEPOSIT SECURES YOU YOUR FUR Wj
I UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO WEAR IT. j fij ' Wl
Prompt Attention Assursd AH Mdl Orders. I
L C, GL0SZ :'; . H
I 270 MAIN STRXET J ' H