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: L THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 21. 1907. 7 I
JIeWS NOTES and PERSONAL
"1ENTION ' FROM BINGHAM
to The Tribune.
JlfGKAM, July 20. Ted Holman has
1ld in camp, after an extended visit
Giddon of Butte. Mont., haa been
pS har mother, Mrs. Maughn of this
Spknd Mrs. Tom Miller of Salt Lake
y5 to soon make their homo on Frco
Hirulch of carnp.
fa. GoodeU of Leadvillo ifl ft new
H w. H. Woodrins' and wife went to
HJr'to attend the races.
Kh Starkoy of tho Commercial Na
W bank of Salt 1-ako was in camp
Inc : C. W. Buckholtz, cashier of
Lm State bank, during tho rush
taefl- . .
Delphia Thompson 1b visiting rela
l&t American Fork.
fefcD r. Hover left for Butte, Mont.,
jf-she will In future reside.
w H. Weed and daughter have
H fen a visit to Butte, Mont.
I' local aerie of Eagles initiated flf
Bfeaw birds on Monday evening.
lilks On Teeth
1 1 Trend of the Teeth
I raccessfully circumvent any
H ft yu mIls move a little
ter than it moves. The trend
3 te teeth is toward dissolution;
lit is a very rapid process.
jht(gets a good start, ifc has
f ft the advantage of TOUK
MJefiorts, unless you invoke the
Jlof Dentistry that is vastly
aSlsMlliul than the trend is
3iere is no dentistry that is
Igmenough to make impossible
tee annoyance by troublesome
ynsave Dr. Rex's. This is be
'uertke doctor has gone into the
li5study a bit deeper than any
jjjelse. jfc' us suppose that your teeth
CSjmany of them, missing. You
Jlost them. You have been
toed to have them extracted
jbave been told that there is
gjjng for you but a plate of
;sgf-about the most abomina
aithing you can put in your
ih. Unsightly for that matter,
)jpe could see one's self as
'.Tfs see them.
-WW, you don't need to have a
jiii your mouth to have new
fjas'i That is one of the secrets
365jtex's wrung out of the human
M science. New teeth and no
m! The doctor calls bis meth
.jj.ae Alveolar Process. It is a
.5upply of perfectly natural
m' s'ul'y l'e-like, serv
jggfle good-as-they-were for all
arical purposes. No whole'
P ,no parLial plate, no vestige
: plate at all!
& w, this is the biggest stride
ji has ever been made in den
"2 ft On the face of it, it looks
! Bible. Lots of practicing
ts will tell you it is IMPOS-
f "31 But, really, as a matter
k, it is so possible, so practic
1 credible, so absolutely cer
oid proven that when Dr.
ISjjTdemonstrated his Alveolar
5LSS before the dental faculty
IJsaid "yes" because there was
:JIag else to be said.
,3hDr. Reoc goes still further. If
S Rv9- , ,0SQ eth'hc will make
gght ; as they evor wero AND
A: TECEMI Ho will restore them
.1 "fcetlness as if thoy were
Mcan form some idea of what this
i fans when we toll you that peo-
I'Srae i from all over the couutiy
lAf .tlu? "5V,ork donJ come because
1SIlenond3 have keen treated aud
'Wi Qood As Natural Teeth.
j,p SirsI v,-ish to say that your
vSTAr work js perfectly satisfactory,
$DK?e ,am PF'iSS1 Purposes of
iP-ajtnral Teeth. Wiahinpr you con-
auccess, I am Yours Trulv.
A.jll 141 Fifth East Street.
$iuiu aroJ;ee'th-worried ever so Ht
wlon Dr. Res. Ho invites you
for consultation aud cxamina
3jr which thero is no chaff o. Dr
' ,ajB published a book entitled, "All
'aPentistry. ' ' It s- worth roadinc
.ybody; but to one' who is in
-" teeth it is invaluable.
rWn ennuot come to tho office
1 'It tU?s book which will be
.rlUCfVceL to .yu- The reading of
'"iVook has brought patients from
corners of this continent.
107 Mercantllo Annex,
S Salt Lake City.
i Tho Knlghto of Pythias lode Initiated
two members at tho meeting Friday
J. B, Moreton. City Recorder of Salt
Lake, was in camp during the week.
Prof. Porter of Arkansas Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. La Grango of Salt Lake,
and both are now visiting" Ell Porter of
Postmaster Roberts is advertising for
carriers, due to tho recent resignation of
Messrs. Dean and Cavanaugli.
Grant Longley of the Telegraph mine
resigned and has moved to California,
where ho will reside.
Mrs. Cellventen is visiting at Bprlng
Mrs. Crawford df tho Minors' Mercan
tile is visiting at Logan, Utah.
Miss OlHo MoCandless has returned to
her home at Lehl, after an extended visit
C. Y. Boyd, civil engineer of the Boston
Con., was in camp last week.
G. R. Haynes left camp during tho
week for Fort .Worth, Tex., whero ho in
tends to locate.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, July 20. A pretty home .wed
ding of the week was that of Miss Hazel
L. Allen and Thomas Lee Graham, Tues
day, at the home of tho bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs.-. August Allen. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. J. Challen
Smith in, tho presence of tho families of
tho bride and groom. The rooms wero ar
tistically decorated with tho season's
choicest flowers. A sumptuous supper was
Dr. H. S. Pyne.- who is here on a va
cation from the George Washington uni
versity, visited friends in Mount Pleas
ant and Fairview this week.
, The Prlscilla club met Thursday even
ing with Miss Fern Smoot. An inter
esting programme was rendered and a
delightful social evening passed.
A charming musical was given Satur
day night at the homo of Senator Smoot.
in honor of a number of relatives and
friends of Mrs. Smoot. Harold Eldredge.
Miss Florence Jepperson.' Mr. and
Mrs, Roberts. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Irvine, Jr., and Miss Eva Ward rendered
vocal and instrumental selections of ex
ceptionally high order. Delicious refresh
ments were served.
Mrs, James "E. Daniels was hotess at
a Kensington Friday. The parlors wero
tastefully decorated with a profusion of
flowers.' About seventy guests were en
tertained and a delightful social after
noon was passed.
Geneva resort was the . spene of the
elderly people of Utah stake, and their
friends Thursday last. They wero happy
participants In ono of tho most enjoy
able events of tho season.
Assessor Joseph F. Beck returned from
Strawberry valley Friday, where he has
been spending a couple of weeks' vaca
Miss Fay Loose spent part of the week
in Salt Lake City.
Mrs. W. H. Dyer and daughters, Lu
Ree and Lois, of Washington, D. C, are
the guests of F. F. Stelgmeycr. Tho
ladles aro on a trip through tho West.
Miss Ethel R. PeLerson of Ephralm Is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
The Prlscilla club met Thursday even
ing with Miss Fern Smoot. An interest
ing programme was rendered and a- do
llghtful social evening passed.
One of the most social events of tho
week was the lawn Kensington given by
Mrs. C. E. Loose, assisted by her daugh
ters, Misses Enna and Fay. About sixty
frlendB wero present. Tho rooms and
grounds wore decorated beautifully with
palms, roses and sweet peas. A most
Interesting musical programme was ron-"
dered. after which a delicious luncheon
Mrs. W. B. Ward and Miss Edna Beck
left, for Idaho Saturday for an extended
visit with their brother. J. W. Beck.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Beebo of Salt
Lake wore Provo visitors for tho past
Miss Mamie Boesley fpent Sunday Inst
at American Fork, tho guest of Miss
A delightful lawn party was given
Monday afternoon by Mrs. David V.
Openshaw. when about forty of her
friends enjoyed her kind hospitality. De
licious refreshments wero served.
Mrs. Owen Dusenberry and her sister.
Miss Lucy Louder, wore here from Salt
Lake visiting friends this week.
Mrs. Emellne Lindsay of Eureka was
In Provo this week.
Miss Alta Kimball of Salt Lake was
tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. May Par
tridge, this week.
4 M V
Miss Lllllo Brown charmingly enter
tained the Pallas club Thursda.v-evenlng
at G o'clock tea. An enjoyable time was
Mrs. L. A. Colvlu of Payson Is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. C. E. Loose, for tho
pnst few days.
Mrs. Lovlnna Bennett of Ogden, her
daughter. Pearl, and niece. Miss Netta
Farror, of Baver, are visiting Mrs. Ben
nett's uncle, Rogor Farror, and other
relatives In this city.
Vern Phillips of tho R. M. B. T. com
pany 1b spending his vacation at. Brig
ham City with, his parents.
Miss Stella Young visited relatives and
friends at Brigham City tho past week.
Mrs. Reed Smoot spent t part of the
past week at the capital.
PARK CITY SOCIETY
Continued from Page-Sis.-
Salt Lake. Tho former, with a party of
Salt Lako men. will take a run up into
Idaho, while Mrs. Welsh will visit with
Mrs. Ivers until their return.
MIhecs Laura and Mary Townsend aro
oxpecled home today from a six weeks'
stay at Zlon and Bingham Junction.
Miss Laura has been attending summer
school while llttlo Mary has been vis
iting at the Junction with Mr, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mnlea have gono
to Ely. where they expect to make their
future home; while In Park they wore i
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan B, Shields.
MIhs Mabel Kemp went down to the
metropolis Sunday to visit for a few
days with, relatives and friends.
Mrs. J. C. Hayes and daughter Kath
leen spent Monday In the city.
Mrs. J. Rosengrcn and two children of
Logan uro guests of Mrs. S. Olund.
Mr. and Mra. L. McCartcn and two
children of Crlpplo Creek aro visiting
with Mrs. J. Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. B. McDonough and aon
spent Monday in Salt Lake.
' Mrs. J. C. O'Hara has gone tp Canada
, for a lengthy visit with relatives.
Miss Edna Horshisor loft for Iowa on
Thursday to remain several weeks with
T. L. Waldon and mother will uoon
leave for Ely, Nov.
U H U
Mrs. J. P. King and family and Mlsa
Mabel Smith leave this afternoon for
American Fork and southern Utah points.
Mrs. William Knealo spent the flrnt df
tho week in Zlon.
W. T. Humes went down to the city
on Tuesday to Join, Mrs. Humes, who has
been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. F. Stauf
for for some time.
Mrs. J. Weber returned to the citv
on Tuesday, after attending tho burial
of her sister, Mrs. Mitchell.
J. L. Perry returned to Butte this
morning, after a short Btay with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hurlbut aro home
from a pleasant visit to the Jamestown
Mis Emily Foster has gone to Hennefer
for a ten days' visit with her grandpa.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Muirbrook are visit
ing in tho city with relatives and friends,
Lewis Pegan arrived in Park on
Wednesday, after a year's absence In
southern 'Utah with his aunt and uncle.
Ho will be tho guest of his mother, Mrs.
E. Kelso, while here.
Mr. and Mrs. J.' Edward Paxton are
homo from a 'week's stay at Coalville.
Mrs. E. Lindsay Is home, aftena plea
sant visit in the city with relatives.
Mrs. L. Garvin and son Elwood de
parted for New York on Thursday, where
they will visit for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Watson went to
Ogdon on Monday,
Judge "W. I. Snyder spent several days
In Park Uig past week with Dr. and
Mis. E. P. Lecompte.
Miss Minnie Koscel returned to Park
Friday morning, after an absence of one
year and a half In California.
The members of the D. of H. gavo
Mrs. H. Campbell a pleasant surprise
jMIss Frances R. Shields returned home
yesterday from a pleasant ten days' visit
with Salt Lako relatlvos and friends.
Mrs. Mayme Paxton came out from the
city Friday morning.
Judge P. H. Tallon left for Dakota on
Thursday to visit a brother.
U K t.
J. J Frankel and son Georgo went
down to the city on Wednesday for a
short stay with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Jacobson entertained
a small company of friends Friday even
ing In honor of the Mlss.es Josephine and
Emily Hardy of Salt Lake. Music was
a special feature of the evening's plea
sure. Mrs. M. Fitzgerald returned from the
metropolis on Friday.
! CURABILITY OF
(By tlio Editor of the Town and Country
Personally I have not believed that
chronic Brlght's Disease is curable, and
this for two dlstyct reasons:
' First Medical works class it as incura
ble and fatal.
Second Those I have known who had
It have died.
Result I look with distrust upon all
claims of alleged specifics.
During my recent visit to San F ran
clsco T heard tho president of the Pacific
States Type Foundry claim that chronic
Brlght's Disease was now as curable as
la grippe. I said I would like to believe
Ho took mo In hand. The statements
of hundreds were exhibited to me many
wero so marvelous that they had been
sworn to and sealed by notaries.
I then manifested a desire, to see some
of the parties themselves. The recoveries
have been so numorous In San Francisco
that wo did not have to go four blocks In
any ono direction.
In five minutes wo were In tho presence
of ono of the best known merchants In
tho city. Has been in business on the
same spot fifty-one years. - lie said he
had had both Bright's Dlseaso and Dia
betes and had been given up, but had
completely recovered. Said ho knew many
others who had recovered. Gave It as his
belief that eight-tenths of all cases were
curable under the now specific. We next
called on one of tho big Insurance men
on California street. He said his foji
was swollen with dropsy from Bright'
Dlseaso and his death was daily expected
when ho was put on tho treatment. He
is now an athlete.
Wo called on the editor of - one of San
Francisco's great dallies who had a physi
cian test It out In his own (tho physi
cian's) case, the latter being a hopeless
diabetic, in six months he was well. Tho
head of another large Insurance company
on Montgomery street was next seen
he wa3 In bed In November last In a
critical condition due to chronic Brlghl's
Disease. He was well and In his office
and alco told of a friend of his who was
In convulsions when put on tho treatment
and was now out on tho street. We went
to tho office of an ox-Supreme Judge and
also another editor, both of whom had re
covered. I declined to go further. Although there
wore hundreds more to see. It was use
less. If human testimony from the very
best people Is worth anything, tho books
aro wrong, and chronic Brlght's Disease
and Diabetes, even in extreme cases, aro 1
positively curable. Ethics ought not to be
permitted to obscure this discovery, and 1
In tho Interest of those readers of this j
Saper whose homes may have one of these I
lights upon It, I now declare tho facts !
and will see that any of them desiring
It may be sent full lltornture. The namo
of tho discovery should be stated. It Is
known ns Fulton's Compound.
Many broad physicians aro using' the
new diuretic, but In view of tho terrific
annual death list in the Linked Stales ;
from Brlght's Disease (nearly' GO.000) the
fact that medical ethics prevent them
from proclaiming tho discoverv to the '
world, bocauso the formula Is "the per- I
sonal property of individuals, in this In- i
Btance practically amounts to a public
calamity. Town and Country Journal,
San Jose, Cal., July numbor, 1905.
If any one having knowledge- of a case
of Brlght's Dlsoase or Diabetes will send I
us the name and address, we will see that
they arc sent full literature concerning ,
tills remarkable, discovery. F. J. Hill Drug
Co., SO West Second South. j
Picture Frames, j
Wall Paper, I
I PAINT, VARNISH, STAINS,
KALSC'MINE, JAP-A. j
Midgtey-Bodel Co., 5
Wall Papor and Paint Store, i
&3-S5 East First South St.
J THIS .EOT DAY. 1 M
Clearance of Women's White mi Colored Summer
5 Nothiag could be more timely than this great sale, for they are the garments
now in greatest demand.
I Hundreds of women's garments now offered at ONE -FOUETH'-AM) ONB-
I HALF their former prices.
I Shirt Waist Sells, vpik05ie Piece Lingerie
I LOT 1 Three styles at this price, white $le
I Lawns with black dots edged with black
j washable braid and white India Linen Ijflffl Four or five
J dresses; one style with hemstitched tucks Pj8ii styles at this price come in
j sder0Cn 0ther trimmed with lace and PSIyS WMtG' Cream' V'mk and
I" " " , rt- MifeStfcpiliiS trimmed with Val lace and
Jacket aMd Shir! M0 I W09m fine embroidery insertion
Waist Suits, Jjj I llof and finished th lace to
LOT 2 Eight or ten styles; dotted iEl ItoW
Swisses trimmed with lace and em- J0 ImVyI
broidery; Indian Linens trimmed Jv0ft:i$0ffll vuVvf
' 3 in many styles with embroidery Mo$0Mjl III I iW rr -
and lace; also jacket suits of W WMte LlHeil oat9
white Indian Head, Eton JmA $So9S
Jacket, braid trimmed. W W
! Jacket Shirt iW 1 one"haLf tight fit,fcing models; AovLe
j Waist and KV fT with pearl uttons'
1. pSSwSw tailor stitched.
j Jumper mwm
Dresses, $2o25 mimMflmtiW it- n
lmmm'k&m White Lmem Cistawav
I LOT 3 Large assort- p:$S WMM 'MwM n
j ment; these are made of WPIpiM COaiS, $6o95
I Gingham, 0 h a m b r ay, J5885MYi:f mm a mi i. t , - .
! L i n e n e . . Lawn, India Wff&S&lm 9-Three-quarter length, trimmed with
' Linenc and Indian Head, f SG' sfcraPs and collar and cuffs made of em-
! "te aild aU colors in pilftWf I'tul broidery; 3-button cutaway front; very
the lot; every one clean XmyA. -
and fresh and made in I Vw jaunty.
j the newest styles; some I mvui
of the shirt waist suits W0$l Jj 1 hUkiSsSP wjrm-in jb n -
j are elaborately trimmed Iff .mift WWte aiUi ColOFed
I th erabroidery a?d la W I mmi waists, ' me
i others come in plain tail- MJJ A j ) -
ored Styles- Wp'lll Mli LOT 10 India Linen, embroidery
. . tl w'fr KiA JJKk trimmed, Lineno made tailored
! Sharf Waist Seats, yUlKBil shirfc waist effecfc; Gingbam
Jackets audi mM$Wi and chainbras in blue' v'mz
JlhlMpeFS, $2o95 illitffigSpil and &re5 some' of these aro
LOT 4-These will go in a hurry Sm positively' less than half
; at this price; there is an immense 0!lyfir f'JfU Prjce
j variety made up of all desirable ma- j ij WL
i terials and best styles, one we would :ff JIJl I M'M. ,7T,
! particularly mention is a dainty white 0kfMI$ WMte9 MMCki
dotted Swiss elaborately trimmed in ppl8ffff(W MA 311(1 CoiOFed
: panel designs on waist and stock with val : M 7, p
i insertion and all edges finished with lace fef !' WaiStS, 98C
: to match; a beautiful summer dress at a''f 1 ' ftj LOT 11 "M t 1
Jacket Shirt Waist Suits Hmmm lrimmf Xndia Liuens;
j and Jumper Dresses, $3.95 HtilZ?Z
LOT 5 rWe could not begin to tell you MMWS&f broidered front black
half of the good points of these gar- lAWSnW lawns; perfectly tail
j ments. They arc high gi-ade in every Ml JhIu allM ored wass n a com"
! .way and all late styles; suits and MtAMI plete sizc ranS5 some
; dresses that women of taste would M-WUy:iW bese w?-ists are lss
i select at regular prices as great j '
! Laflics' Net Dresses, m SSIS White and Natural
I $UM mMm Linen SM5 2.7S
' LOT 6 Fine Brussels Net feiff
Dresses; both waist and sMrtf LOT 12 Many pleated and gored
i tucked and elaborately trimmed tt7f 1 1 Vlp styleS trimmed self straps
; with Yal lace and edging. One of I and buttons; tho white skirts
the attractive features of this pl I 1' IIIV Vw4 are mado of Linene India
dress is the combination lace and $ J 4 HjJnTv Linen and Pique, Indian
j net bertha effect over shoulders; WMwJl IrHLlvA Head and Linen Finish
i space limit prevents a further lMfj corded materials.- These are
description of these beautiful Jtk. f '1 rfc latcsfc novcltics in l&h class
dresses. " Tf skirts.
. , and OFF ' I
m Press Goois I
2vow is tho time Tvhen. you can 1 H
secure bargains in dress fabrics. I . H
Hundreds of remnants havo ac- I 'H
cumulated during the season I
which we are determined to move. I H
Your oportunity is the present I fl
time to secure a dress, separate I H
skirt, child's dross or -waist at I H
from I H
, and xk Seijular I I
Prices I I
Brillianfine Special ' 1
We Yard tl
A full 54-inch Brilliantine, a high- ' U
y lustrous finish suitable for jfl
dresses, separate skirts, bathing ! l
.suits, etc. Comes in cardinal, na- ( ;l
vy and gray. A bargain at $1.00 ' V
yard; specially priced this vreqk I
59e Yard fl
CLEARANCE SALE OF ' I
Dress Lawns, light grounds, many p ' fl
patterns to select from, s B 1
worth 7Vnc, at a yd.... 5 4vL h ;
Batistes, Lawns and Dress Giug- ' I
hams, light and dark colors, 'J I
many different color com- f ; I
biuations, worth 15c, yarc s ' I
Ginghams, Organdies and Ba- 3 ' JH
tistes, light and medium H
grounds, regular price -fi Qlij ; 1
20c, sale price j'ard.. .
Values up to 45c por yard in such ' . J.H
desirable fabrics as high-class J1 J fl
shoer tissues, mercerized, novel- H
tics, embroidered wash goods, ;. I
finest zephyr ginghams, etc. H
Specially priced for this -fl (Oj
Silk Mulls in the new floral ef- H
fects; they arc handsome pat- J H
terns in light grounds, i i 0 H
worth 3oc; yard JL? r
GREAT SALE OF ! 1
Eight tliousand yards of India I ! H
Linons, secured by our New York Jj H
bu3'or at 25 por cent less than jj I
regular price, and will be sold tho j
samo way. There's only four I H
grades in this lot, 2000 yards of H
each quality. 9 H
16 2-3c grade India Linons, 32 ' H
inches wide, Sale -jjj Qln E H
price, yard JL'a
20c grade India Linons, 32 inches C
yd.!e.p.ri?. iSc I I
25c grade India Linons. 32 inches m
30c grade India Linons, 32 inches 1 j
wide. Salo prico,
Going Entirely Ont I
oS the AfS Sestaess 1 I
Our entire stock of art goods to n
be sacrificed. Everything in tho 1
Art Department will bo offered at I
cost and below. I .)
Regular 40c a bolt Battonborg 1
braids in all widths, tyKn I 1
3 dozen I H
All lace Kg I
patterns ... I jM
Battenborg rings, Op
per dozen .... . i lH
Silk Cord and QQg I 1
Tassel O&V jH
Morcerizod Cords and I
,fDuchess" ombroidery -fl fig I
hoops JLI I
La2cforTh"??d: 2 for 5C 1 H
Peerless embroidery cotton, Oa I -M
per skein n