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M THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 9, 1906, 131 A
b TO ELY
K Ron sPecial
BTa-0f great im
train iwm Salt
kg to passonwr
BSSk to that point.
KSi from 6)bro,
V&ei to Cherry
Hfe loud of govern
Ht that brooks no
Lt U bo palpaoly
Kill attention to it
jo injure its sue-
ML riti mining region
Kfcjd enterprise en
KTLpnt that will ro
Ptrin putting forth
Kn to itself the trade
Xj'ai district. This
Halte for all supplies,
Kgiitlont effort, 'and
Wmt, and commorcial
iiti to see to it that
Hbiuru58 their field
ki: that it shall bo
G lace this excur
Eji nighty success,
drr its full sliaro
Lci) immediate at
Ksld be no delay
niUr tad Miss Nan
R.ril eatertiin Thure
Bvii (or Miss Leone
Sfl Tattle entertained
Hp l'u! ewnlps at dln
MHh. Osorite of New Or-
sHteasd fill entertain
(tiHpd vUl entertain on
aHia has returned
PMii, vbcre she haa
BklKewn and Mrs.
liclr ulp to the
'tifPm ind daughter and
flRAdrlin King have
'K iKhj and Mra. jr.
f Asm McDonald of
tWL& ilsltlns the
IvHt-' iionaiy for their
tUw returned from
HJ? have been
KUtauqr leave to-
a?D-Jncer, Mr and.
flBte nlil" hav
Monday from tholr trip to Yellowstone
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Sherman returned
Tuesday from tholr trip to tho Coanu
Mrs. Phil Clark of Eureka is visiting
her slater, Mrs. Jackson C. JIcChrystal.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Clark will leave for
Lons Beach, Cal., to take up their new
home oh the 12th.
Mrs. J. R. 'Lotcher and two boyo will
return from their visit to Missouri
Miss Emma Lucy Gates 1b back from
Mrs. A. W. McCune. Jr., and children
are visiting Mrs. R. C. Naylor for sev
Mrs. "W. L. Brown and Miss Alberta
loavo for tho East Monday, whoro they
will visit friends in tho New England
States. Afterwards Miss Brown will en
ter the junior class at Mt. Holyokc.
Miss Alice Tomllson haB returned from
a visit of three weeks with Mrs. Reuben
Hatch and Mrs. Wallace Marshall of
Mrs. Bottsford and Miss Josephine
Bottsford arrived In tho city Friday
afternoon from Evanston and are at tho
Kcnvon for a few days.
MrB. James H. Armstrong and Mrs. E.
Barrett of Jcffcrsonvlllo. Ind., are visit
ing Mrs. Horace Dunbar, 88 K street.
Mrs. F. W. O'Connor nnd Miss Beatrice
O'Connor will lenvo tomorrow juornlng
for San Francisco nnd Pacific Grove,
where they will spend a couplo of weeks.
MrB. A. Barnes and son, Frank, havo
returned and will bo at home after Oc
tober IB at 25S South Ninth East street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Andersen leave this
week for Portland and Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Solon Splro leavo for nn
extended Eastern trip today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ashby have ro
turned from a four weeks' visit v'lth
frlendB In Chicago and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McMillan are at
homo at 13G U street.
Adelaldo Llpnian has Issued Invitations
for a lawn party to be glvon next Friday
Mrs. Franklin J. Carton, who left July
10 for a visit to relatives In Chicago and
St. Louis has accompanied her mother
and sister on an extended Eastern trip,
which will include Buffalo, Toronto, Mon
treal, New York City and Boston, taking
steamer from tho latter city to Yarmouth
and Halifax, In Nova Scotia, Canada. Mrs.
Carten will return to Salt Lake about the
last of October.
Miss Minnie Brim has returned from
Lob Angeles, whore she spent the sum
mer with relatives.
Miss Gertrudo Shannon entertained
about forty young friends nt a beautifully
appointed birthday party Wednesday
evening. The lawn and porches wero
beautifully decorated with colored lights,
Chinese lanterns and Navajo blankets.
Games and music wore greatly enjoyed
until 10:30 p. m., when all repaired to
the dining room to an elegant repast.
Tho dining room was profusely decorated
In asters, ferns and sweet peas. Punch
was served during the evening by Flor
ence Shannon and Elinor Mackintosh.
Tho hall was banked In palms and
plumosa. The double parlors were dec
orated In a profusion of sunllowers and
Mrs. R. L. Shannon will entertain this
week in honor of her friend, Mrs. Carrie
West, from Galesburg, III. Galesburg
was the former home of Mrs, Shannon.
Mrs. Wetzell has returned from New
York, where she spent the summer with
her sister, Sharma Cummlng. the noted
oratorio and concert singer. Mrs.
Wetzell will be In her studio every day
to reglstor students in voice and class
work. Studio C15 Templeton building.
Mrs. Evan's private school opens
September 10, at 32 South Fifth East.
All grades received. Individual care to
pupils who need it. Speciul attention
to preparatory" work for Eastern schools.
Bell 'phone 22S9-X; Ind. 3796.
LAST EXCURSION NORTH
Via Oregon Short Line. Usual long
limits will prevail. See agents.
BIG 'FRISCO DEAL
.Site of Old Flood Building Is Leased j
for New Structure.
BAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8. The Bite of
the old Flood building at tho corner of
Fourth and Market streets wa3 yester
day leased to tho "Pacific company" for
a term of fifty years. This Ih the most
Important real estate deal In San Fran
cisco since the lire. It Is figured that
the lease will cost somewhero between
53,000,000 and $4,000,000 during the half
century of lis existence.
An eight-story class A building, cost
ing $700,000, will bo erected without do-lay.
aPiulrill.eWOrIcl Plllsbuiy'8 BfL, Breakfast
PTih' Ccrealmakes 12 Pound5 of
Pul J0 appetizing food or TO
fPwtof , erry more than 12 packages of llie H
JfB ft k T010 ordinary 1 5 -cent dry foods, H
Special to Tho Tribune
ge?iKtRrriH,ePt-,8-Mr3- Mlcbal Fitz
gerald lias returned to enmp, after a trln
MErsVerDr WBS5, lhroUBh t5 "hVesf
at dlnnor in md,ey rocontl y entertained
Emll Jensen of Highland Boy ro-
iuTin'SoX0' 1116 wek from a 'hort
afSr8 JUL ,?traup returned Wednesday,
Xnyon. B fW days Iq Provo
Jack Elliott will leavo next week to
c"ago 10 L W invention al Chl-
ni?JrM Miary K,0,lon5tln visited in tho
city Monday and Tuesday.
M?ifB,T Ca?tl0I?au. Mrs. Lashbrook and
Miss Lashbrook loft Tuesday for a five
days' visit in Salt Lako.
i-m8, E,ugn? Borllug and children are
visiting in Salt Lako.
MnTho(!bnlt11Tgl?,by,Rachel Rebckah lodge
No. 26 at I. O. O. P. hall on Friday even
ing was largely attended nnd a highly
successful occasion. Biy
Miss Lena Wclby of Salt Lako Is tho
guest of Miss Bess Chandler for a visit
of some weeks.
MrB. S. S. Jones and children have ro
turnod to camp, after a pleasant tlmo at
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Merryfiold roturnod
Monday from Salt Lake.
Mr. Mayor of tho engineering corps of
the Utah Copner company has returned
from a ton days' vacation Bpcnt in camp
ing nnd visiting some of tho mining
John FItzgearld returned to his home
Thursday after his long confinement In
St. Mark's hospital. Mr. FItzgearld is
slowly recovering from hla Injuries.
Mrs. W. B. Richardson is visiting with
relatives at Lehl.
Mrs. A. Smith of Highland Boy Is en
tertaining Mr. and Mrs. William Knowley
of Sunnyside. ,
T. T. Yowcll has returned to camp after
his slay In Salt Lake rocovorlng from
his recent injuries. Mr. Yowell will soon
bo at work again.
Miss Mclntyre of Ogdou was In camp
during tho week. Miss Mclntvro will
tench In Bingham for tho winter.
Rev. Mr. Lewis held his first services
at tho church last Sunday ovoulng and
was welcomed by a good attendance.
Mrs. Albert Holstcln had charge of the
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Ruttles have re
turned to their homo at Highland Boy,
aftor a short trip to tho city.
Tho I. W. W. ball on Labor day, given
at Canyon hall, was one of tho largest
social affairs of the year and was attend
ed by more than COO persons. Great 'in
terest was manifested In the awarding
of prizes given for various things and
much amusing competition was indulged
in. Tho following wore tho prize winners:
Most prominent union man, H. V. Carl
son; prlzo two-step, Miss Heaston and
Mr. WattB; three-step, Miss Trogaskus;
neatest appearing gentleman, J. P.
Motherwell: man who goes to bed tho
latest, P. C. Pederson; neatest appearing
lady. Lizzie Coaklcy; most popular teach
er, Nellie McAvoy; most agreeable man
working at smelter, Martlu Hoben, most
popular man working on Rio Grande
Western railway, John Van Luvon; best
liked employee working at Bingham mills,
Mr., Jackson; homeliest man, Frank Tlcr
ncy; most pleasant single man In camp,
Walter Ence; tallest man, Charles Thur
man, 6 feet 6 Inches; shortest man, John
Booth, 5 feet 2 Inches; hardest-working
woman, Laura Anderson; most energetic
old lady, Mrs. Charles Stewart; gentleman
present who thlnka he can mako a maBh
and flirt at any time, George Schlcs
8lugor. Dancing was kept up till late
in tho morning, and all voted tho affair
a most successful one. About 5100 was
cleared, which will be given to tho Crisis.
Miss Edna Pyne of Provo Is In camp
for a two weeks' visit with Miss Anna
Mrs. J. Hannon has roturned from a
month's trip through Montana and Can
ada. Mr. and Mrs. Glffen are entertaining
their cousin, Mrs. I. Hoffman, and chil
dren of Minneapolis, Minn.
George C. Carson of tho National Maga
zine Is In camp for tho purpose of writ
ing an articlo on the Bingham mines,
mills and smellers, to be published In
C. A. Lawlhuer of the Cluster group of
mines was In the city the first of the
George E. Chandlor loft for points In
the Northwest last Monday und will bo
engaged In buying lumber.
Miss Bessie Robinson has returned from
a week's visit with friends In American
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Dtigan were In tho
Mr. and Mrs. James Wordon of Snlt
Lako arc visiting friends at Highland
Mr. Sorcnsen Is recovering from his re
cent injuries at tho Copper Belt and will
soon bo back in camp.
Mrs. Charles Brink Is visiting her
daughter in Salt Lake.
Aaron Gauchat will shortly leavo for
Albion, Cal., for an extended stay.
H. J. Robinson returned Thursday,
after attending the meeting of tho Press
club In Denver.
The members of Winona lodge, Ladles
of Pocahontas, entertained Wednesday
evening, with their husbands and friends
as the honor guests. Cards were played,
after which refreshments were servod.
Mrs. Ilekland Is entertaining Mrs.
Christina Anderson and daughter of Kan
sas. Barney Qulnn was In camp during the
Mrs. JoBoph Lorwlll left Thursday, for
a few days In the city.
Mrs. J. F. Kenny and children havo
gone to Mt. Pleasaut, where they will
Mrs, C. E. Inglesby entertained at din
ner Sunday. At tho table wero .Mrs,
Inglosby's -zr. Mrs. II. L. Snndle, Mr.
Sandlo and Mr. Inglesby.
At tho prize danco Wednesday nt Can
yon hall Mrs. Fehreubach and Mr. Merry
field, Mrs. Mert Smith and Martin Hoben,
and Miss Hazel Robinson and Joe Carlson
were picked by the Judges lo enter tho
grand prlzo danco to be held at tho end
of Ihe month.
David Teachenor and family left for
Salt Lake Monday, whoro they will spend
Mrs Charles Campboll Is entertaining
her cousin, Archie Rnlney of Glasgow,
Mr and Mrs. Charles Coon havo re
turned from a fow days In the city.
Miss Lydla McKInson returned to her
home In Ogden Monday, after' visiting
friends at Highland Boy.
Miss Ranlo Newman ylsltod friends In
Salt Lake tho first of the week.
Mrs Robert Herrlck Is entertaining
her mother, Mrs. Jenkins, and nunt, Mrs.
Mosses, of Bingham Junction.
Miss Hulda Schwcrlzcr will leave camp
next woek to attend the University In
Salt Lake Tor tho winter.
Miss Bertie Goodwin has as her guest
Miss Graco Webber of Ogden.
Mexican Insurgents Arrested.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 8. Tho Depart
ment of Justice has received a telegram
Trim United States Marshal Daniels of
Arizona stating that a large number
of warrants havo been Issued and served
upon Mexicans In thai territory who wero
organizing expeditions against tho Gov
ernment of Mexico. The marshal stated
that hearings aro going on today at
Douglas, Ariz. . . .
IE X P O S D T n o'n' ANI SALE-''?
mW FALL SUETS AT $ELD5
A mighty bargain you'll Bay when you seo them. They come In 5Cf) O T"1 (r- n
tio new fancy mlx.turca ntrlpo and plaid Eaton Pony Prince chop and jl I ) J 2
Boveral other of tho new leading fall atyles. this emit waa bought to selL rnQJ J - Pi S I
I 'at $15.00. Our Introductory Prloo Monday O
I Tfln SA di&p $S teste Ttasa A12
H Tills la a regular $18.00 emit. Cornea in the nil wool broftd cloth, 7m CP
ra Panama and cheviot. Cornea in a variety of colore, is made up in the V L ( I I
H Jaunty Eton style. The aklrt la extra full, pleated and foot folds. rin I ( J ) J ) J t
1 special , fc V-vc' O Zs r
TOE NEW MILLINERY!
I KSi HE PARIS is now showing the leading new ideas in headwear thai will he worn iis jj
,11 H Fall. The Variety is very) great and there is abundance from which to select, andMon- jj
I fat while down shopping you are invited to tale a peep at the many pretty slyledor
I f Just a Few Hints i
I m Ahoui theNewSirts I H j
1 inii W THE NEW FABRICS WILL SHOW FOR THE jli I $
W, MOST PART IN VOILES, PANAMAS, TAFFETA TF ' Tf '
I I jj 6ILKS AND CHEVIOTS. THE MANY DIFFER- j 1 11 a
1 H I II j VU ENT BTYLES ARE INTERESTING STUDIES IN 1
1 u DRESS, AND OUR SHOWING IS VERY CQMPRE- ,, ' 1 I
I I I W tt HENSIVE, WHICH INCLUDES SUCH A VARIETY I I $
1 II jj OF CLEVER TOUCHES AND SOMETHING DIF-4 I 1 B
I '-X-yj 'FERgNT FROM THE ORDINARY. (J jjj '
We Have Arranged for Monday Several Special Numbers!
I A pretty sunburst plaited Qr (R extra good quality taf- srT T S I
3 ekirt, made up of an extra (01 C. )xj) feta B,llc flklrt. extra wide, (vt(j ( (j I 'vJ'
1 good quality taffeta silk, ful- . ( flared, gored and panel of- N. . J 'i
I ly worth $9.60, for Monday QjD W Q- feet, fully worth $12.00. mD) q
only at if- Special for
! YUMQ- (GIRLS SCHOOL SECHRTSo
Made up of an extra good quality Panama full A pretty school' skirt, fancy mixture, just the very g
9 pleated effec.t colors brown, blue, black, gray, fully best kind of a skirt for the hard knock about wear, hj
I worth 55.00. Monday special at Extra special at 9
Ti Nw Aitom WA&o ' All WB Cmt 1
The department that la famous thruout tho state, P
this season finds ns with the most complete assort- JU yJo3tyo yi
merit of varieties fabrlca and Btyles. Three special 9
numbers for Monday and week. This Is an early autumn Introductory price, the U
A dainty Silk Net Waist, beautifully trimmed and coats comes in the brown and gray rancy mixtures.
underlined wltTh Jap silk, a waist that's fully worth full length, two styles. Style No. 1 has collar and I
57.50, Monday and AJl eTj cuffs, velvet trimmed to match. Style No. 2 collar- gj
week iiioJ)KU ieas effect, Inlaid velvet trimming. Ladles sizes ijs
H A prettv Waist, In an all wool Albatross, made up from 32 to 44. a
In the season's latest Btyle. Colors gray, reseda, MlsBes' Blzes from 14 to IS years. ;JJ
H wine, navy, cream, black, all sizes, $i-qj Thffh (5 S) (r! (5) 3
H J4. GO values, Monday nnd woek cjf )oUJvu dW 5) 2 (Oj
N A pretty wh lto morcerlzcd fancy figured waist, the Sr o o
H proper waist f or early fall, full length Qlrr Mal1 orders w,n be filled on this special up to Wed-
H sleeve, oxtra a pedal at uL.o nesday inclusive. S
Union Bookbinder In Government Of
fice Suspended by Foreman.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 8. Tho Govern
ment printing office received another
shnkeup todny when Acting Foreman of
the Blndory Ashlon suspended Jacob
Hale, a bookbinder and prominent of
ficer of tho International Brotherhood of
Bookbinders. It was declarod at tho
prlntcry that dissatisfaction had been
found with some of Mr. Hale's work.
Frlonds of Mr Halo, however, asserted
that hlB suspension was due to a vigor
ous address mado by him last night at
a meeting of the members of the Book
binders' union who aro employees of tho
Government printing office, In which they
discussed tho recent order of tho Public
Printer requiring binders to produce a
greater output of work.
Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved
by Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Mr. James N. Nichols, a merchant
and poBtmnstcr at Vernon, Conn., makes
tho following statomont: "A littlo
child of Michael Strauss was recently
in great pain from a burn on t,ho hand,
and as cold applications only increased
tho inflammation, Mr. Strauss camo to
mo for something to stop the littlo one's
pain. From tho many limincnts I
carry in stock, I advised him to uso
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and tho first
application drew out tho inflammation
and gave immediate relief. I have used
this liniment mysolf nnd recommend it
very often for cuts, burns, strains and
lamo back, and havo uovor known it
to disappoint." For Bale by all leading
Druggists, ; ,
No confection is daintier than the original Marshmal
lows, made br the National Biscuit Co., and handled ex
The Busy Comer
The demand for tho original Marnhmnllows grows each week. Thoy arc always
fresh, as tho Smith Drug company has a shipment on tho way all the time. Or
der 'phones 4360
SALT PALACE I
This Week, Commencing Todar,
SLiDB FOR LIFE
Slide From the Dome of the Palace.
Concert tonight by Held Js Band. Admission free.
AGAIN WE COME I I
TO ASK YOU IF, ALL
your i mmm
Windows 1 H
Have them made
weather-tight before the
cold winds blow. f
20 East FirstiSo.
I It Is no Longer V -1
a Matter of . H
Can I Afford v. i I
J a Piano ' j
! But can. I afford toJ'de-
j prive my family of the 4 1 M
I entertainment and en- . 1
I lightenment that a Pia-
no affords'? f
6 ANSON CO., "
74 S. Main St. I
Good Time , I
To Fill Up Coal Bins
Central Coal & Coke Co.,
"At the Sign of the Peacock."
'Phones 2G00. 38 So. Main. ifl
I SIGrN IS A PROFIT H
I BUILDER. H
i wjii 99 H
I Goaramtee H
I HAILLN PAINTS I H
I FINE SIGNS. J H
Stuttering and I
Stammering Cured I
Cure of the worst cases absolutely H
giidrnntcud. Scud for information to J
UTAI1 SCHOOL FOR-
William E. Bnssctt, Director,
semfs SaniaS-Pepsin Capsules I
A POSITIVE CURE H
S. Korlnflnaunntlon orCotarrhof
fiil rt Uln Jjnrt,urnnil DUoaied Kid-. M
rV'?4 S'ST YsW- r' CUKS " yi7- Coe,
JvE ifliulol;;.- am! r:rmnentlT tho MM
K v I.Ircrct ciuiva of Oonorrfaoo.-
fr'i? y-nrt OIoit, no ninttar of bow
W'liJ'TwSiSV Hna Mnndinff. Absolntoly mm
Vr!lt5S" hariulru'. Sold by drugclitt, mmm
':5?fei'TfIE SASTAL-PEPSIH CO,
S. J. Hill Drug Co., Salt' I ko Clt7y
Salo on men's Bulla at Desky's.
pms CHICHESTER'S ENQUtSM
W TUB DIAMOND II II AND. A mW
yV .f&t v I.ndlesl Ask your Drupcljt fer a
A Ohl.clie.tcr' I'llU in Ucii(J
NUriAind dohl metallic lionet, snlejVv
-CwHIiUluelUlibon. TuUcnoothcr. mW
' QVvUiiv of vour DrucKltt and uk for v
7 fn 'HI.CIIKH.TEK'S ENGLISH, the
MI DIAMOND 1SUAND I'lLI.S, for UB
fy yeiri' rerirricd nt licit. Sufcit, Alari
r Itellable. Sold by Dnicritu evcrrwheie.
CtilohcAtrr Chcrulcul Co., l'iillndclr-lifa. i'a.
f ' REFRIGERATORS H
We have nil ulzea and prices.
MONARCn HARDWARE CO. H
n- WEST SJtD SOUTH.
The Tribune Gives the People's H
Wants the Largest Circulation, H