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I 2 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1907. ?j
Whether if. is of the nose, throat.
H Etomach, bowels, or more delicate or-
gans, catarrh is always debilitating and
should have attention.
M- The discharge from the mucous
membrane is because this is kept in a
state of inflammation by an impure
H coalition of the blood. Therefore, to
Hi cufc, take the best blood purifier,
HI In usiml HnnM form or chocolated tablots
l known r-sSarsatabs. 100 doses si.
I I gig theatre assy"
FOUR NIGHTS AND MATINEE
Return of Last Year's Popular
A STORY OF LOVE AND LUCK.
PRICES, 50c TO $1.50.
Next attraction, Friday and Satur
day nlnhts and Saturday matinee,
"The Heir to the Hoorah." Prices 25c
to 31.50. Matinee, 25c to $1.00. Sale
H ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
All This Week.
Ye Colonial Septette
Watson. Hutchlngs & Edwards
Hl 4 Dainty Dancers, Dlxon-Anger Co.
Miss Albn, Edward Lavlne, Klnodromo
Every Evening (except Sunday),
S:15; 75c. uOc. 25c Box Scat, 5100.
Matinees, Daily (except Sunday and
Monday, 215; 50c, 25c, 10c. Box Seat,
I mb theatre
Direction Pelton & Smutzer.
A. M. COX. Manager.
Mr. Theo. Lorch in
The Unwritten Law
Matinee Wednesday at 2:30 p. m.
Same Popular Prices.
For Three Nights. Starting Special
Mr. Thco. Lorch as
Sherlock Holmes in "The Sign of the
I' LYRIC THEATRE. I
Direction Sullivan & Considine,
R. A. Grant General Manager.
H. P. Herrick Resident Manager. ,
ALL THIS WEEK. J
The Moore Stock companv presents '
the thrilling Melodrama,
"A VAGABOND'S WIFE."
Notice One show only nightly;
curtain goes up at S-.30 sharp. Seats
on sale. Matinees Wednesdav and
Saturday at 2:30. 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Matinees, 10 and 20 cents. j
I A UDITORIUM
Eichards Street Roller Kink.
We have arranged to have twenty
minutes moving pictures each cven
ing; a change of program nightly;
you will never sec the same show
H- twice at the Auditorium. Prices
Hj. will remain the same. Evening
Where the bright lights shine,
Tlie Auditorium, Richards street.
II M We've Imported
I S Some Excellent
I g Brushes.
I. Wm and we're now
I M 5owinfi thom-, Delicious
U- gS If you expect fo n0fc
' m ferjve a brush for Drinks.
. n A mas and there s y
Kg nothing nicer we
suggest that you Souvenir
H; HR call and see our Post
Pt wmt brushes and let us Cards.
1,1: O tell you about them.
rl m We v'e brushes of me
f'ji m M kinds for a11 Drug5,
A B Wc chare exactly Phones
IHj what good, brushes 886-
I 1 Halliday Dreg Co.,
B1 j SPECIAL I
I j Clothing Sale
I & Eight hundred Men's Suits: all fl
I the latest designs, Guaranteed
I I shapo retaining perfect fitting H
Your Choice $10.00
Worth $15. 00, $18.00 to $20.00.
Union Label in every Suit.
50 East First South
n Union Dental Co.
218 South Main.
Honest Work. Honest "Prices.
Painless Extraction of Teeth or No
Pay. All Work Positively Guaranteed,
'Phone Bell 1126-X; Ind., 1126.
J BOWERS jewrer
j J Removed to 73 Main S
I SECRET AND FRATERNAL
SOCIETIES OF SALT LAKE
The Excelsior camp meetings are- the
envy of many older camps in this State,
and when a visitor comes to our hall he
goes away with the avowed Intontion to
come bade again to our next meeting.
Last Monday evening wo had a largo
attendance and ten more applications for
membership were received, making a
grand total of forty-one In three meeting
nights. The members and deputies are
to bo congratulated on their splendid
achievement. Our entortalnmcnt pro
gramme is a special feature and this
evening's programme promises to bo more
interesting than over. Manager A. D. Mc
Gulre will speok on "Modern Woodcraft
and Its Relation to the Brotherhood of
This is a deep subject and should bo
sufficiently Interesting to bring out all tho
members. Neighbors Wltzell and James
will sing, a duel There will bo several
other interesting items. Excelsior camp
paid a surprise visit to tho Royal Neigh
bor lodgo No. 1, Salt Lalco Valley camp,
last Thursday ovening and the surprise
was a genulno one. Tho committee pro
vided a splendid musical programme,
which was thoroughly enjoyed. A spe
cial feature was an exhibition drill by
tho degree team under tho command of
Captain McGuIro and it was performed
in an excellent manner. Consul Kluge
was the speakor of the evening and made
some Interesting remarks. The team con
ducted tho guests to tho banquot hall,
where a magnificent ropa?t was partaken
of- Toasts were ?tven by several of the
neighbors. Tho committee and friends
who assisted are to bo congratulated upon
the splendid success of the evening. Vis
iMng members are cordially invited to
our meeing this evening, which will
commence at S.15 at Eagles' hall, corner
Second South and West Temple.
Great Salt Lake Camp.
Next Tuesday night. Great Salt Lake
camp No. 10071 will set aside dull care to
entertain Its neighbors and their friends
at a smoker and social in the camp room.
The work of the past year has been so
good, and tho ennm It in fucIi splendid
financial condition, that a ceieoratlon of
some kind is in order.
The committee, composed of Neighbors
Terry, Parsons anJ Bowes, has spent
considerable tinn and trouble in arrang
ing a proKrimimo for this occasion and
has Incurred some expense lo procure
refreshments. No admission will bo
charged, and no subscriptions asked- Tho
affair is complimentary to the neighbors
and their rnends.
Among the speakore of tho evening will
bo Hon. George G. Armstrong, who was
ono of the charter members of Great
. Salt Lake camp, and who 13 now one of
the Judges of the Third Judicial dlbtiict.
Judge Armstrong will speak upon "Mod
ern Woodmen of America."
Neighbor C. L. Shelley, special deputy
of our camp, will spea upon "Fraternal
In addition to the talks by these well
known speakers, an elaborate musical
programme has been arranged, and sev
eral of the best musicians In Salt Lake
will tako part.
Tho degree team of Great Salt Lako
camp, without doubt iho best Woodmen
team In the Slate, and cue of tho best
drilled teams of any kind in tho lntor
ir.ountaln region, will give an exhibition
A cordial Invitation Is extended to all
Woodmen, particularly visiting neigh
bors, and to all friends of Woodcraft.
Women of Woodcraft.
Silver Maple circle No. 103 held its reg
ular weekly meeting Friday evening, with
Guardian Neighbor Balr in the chair and
a full attendance of officers and guards,
and about one-quarter of the entire mem
bership present. One stranger was con
ducted through the mysteries of Wood
craft by Attendant Dykes and the guards.
Grand Outer Sentinel Ida J. Thompson
of Los Angeles was a visitor and was
greeted with the grand circle honors. Tho
Thimble club of Silver Maplo circle re
ported progress and said It would flood
Salt Lake with quilts and comforters Jn
a few weks. They moot at Mrs. Hcrrlck's,
558 South Second West, Thursday, De
The circle was entertained by Mrs.
Cheshire and Mrs. Sollls.
The circle will give a free musical and
literary entertainment on Decomber 13 at
I. O. O. F hall.
Friday evening. November 29, Is annual
election of all officers. All members are
requested to be present.
Woodbine circle No. 41 of the Wood
men of the World has arranged for Its
annual dance, to be given Friday night
at the new danco hall on Market street.
Among the features of tho occasion will
bo a competition costume dance.
Woodbino circle No. 41 met in regular
session Monday evening, November IS,
Guardian Neighbor Bowdcl in the chair,
and all officers and guards present. There
was one card presented for benefit mem
bership. There were visiting neighbors
from Bountiful and Bingham Canyon cir
cles, who were welcomed with tho circle
honors. Wo had our grand officer, Ida
J. Thompson, with us. She was welcomed
with the grand circle honors. She will
bo wit hus Monday evening, November 25,
in Eagles' hall.
Salt Lake circle No. 569 met in legular
session Thursday evening. Nov. 21, 1907,
with Past Guardian Neighbor Anna For
rester In tho chair. Ida Thompson, our
grand outer sentinel, also visitors from
Colorado, were there, and were greeted
with tho grand circle and circle honors.
Our grand outer sentinel gave somo in
structions and her remarks and genuine
smiles were appreciated by all. The com
mittee of the grand ball say that every
arrangement has been made, and expact
a great success. All are Invited and
will be guaranteed a splendid time.
Salt Lake Valley camp held its regular
meeting on Thursday evening. There
was a large attendance and Miss Alice
McEnany was initiated to the beautiful
teachings of the order. Neighbor McEn
any is a valuable addition to the lodge,
being a musician of note. A committee
from Excelsior camp was present and
made a proposition which will be acted
upon by a committee. A surprise visit
was paid by tho members of Excelsior
camp and friends and after a splendid
program was given an excellent repast
was served In the banquoL hall. The de
gree team Is to bo congratulated on the
excellent appearance and drill of Its
Auxiliary camp No. 4986 held Its reg
ular meeting last Thursday evening, all
officers presont. This camp has grown
no rapidly that it was necessary to se
cure a larger hall; having secured the
I. O. O. F. hall, the camp will meet the
first and third Monday of each month.
All neighbors of this camp are cordially
invited to attend a business meeting as
well as social, to be hold at the resldenco
of Captain Jones this ovening, 222 West
The local branch of the G. A. R. Ik al
ready hard at work making preparation
for the G A. R. encampment which Is
to be held at Toledo, Ohio. In 190S. Tre
mendous efforts will be made to secure
Some good people who know 1
9 coffee is hurting them, say they 1
H can't give it up'. 1
I "There's a Reason"
tho 1909 grand encampment for Salt.
Lako. Tho delegates to tho encampment
will bo accompanied, by tho Salt Lake
Ladies' G. A. Ii- band. Tho band at tho
presont time contains thirty pieces, but
this number will be Increased lo fifty If
tho talent can bo secured, Mrs. N. B.
Rodrlgo, tho loader of tho band, requests
that any young lady who would llko to
Join tho bund call on her at 333 South
Second West not lalor than December 1,
as uniforms are about to bo ordered.
A determination is prevalent among the
nu-mbors of ths G. A R. to bring tho
lfif'ii encampmen: horo and tho prospects
at ptesent look bright for the nccom
p'.Is'rmont of. their p irpuso.
McKean post No, 1 held a short meet
ing at which ono comrade was mustered
into tho Grand Army.
The J. B. McKoan W. R. C. will hold
Its regular mooting on Wednesday after
noon, Nov. 27.
Reynolds Oirclo No. 1, G, A. R.
Tho ladles of Rew.-hia h circle will hold
their regular mcfH"g Tuesdav at 2 p. m.,
in Odd Follows hall.
I. O. O. F.
Tho grand encampment of Utah will
meet In annual session Tuesday morning
at 10 o'clock In I. O. O. F. temple, Markot
street. It is probablo that ten encamp
ments will send representatives and there
will be twelve past grand patriarchs,
Oquirrh encampment No. 1 will prob
ably pass tho regular meeting tomorrow
night, as It is cxpectid that the cantor,
will then confer the decoration of chivalry
on thrso Rebekah slstars.
Canton Colfax No. 1, Patriarchs Mili
tant, has a special drill preparatory to
the work tomorrow night, when the doc
oration of chivalry will bo conferred by
tho depar nient efflcors and canton.
Salt Lake lodgo No. 2 had a most en
joyable 'evening last Friday night. The
candidates falling to appear, tho visitors,
of whom was Grand Secretary Slmpklns,
mado highly Interesting remarks. Broth
er Slmpklns was In a happy mood, mak
ing ono of tho most entertaining and In
structive talks that has been heard in
Golden Rule encampment No. 2 hold
Its regular moetlng last Tuesday night,
which tho patriarchs largely attended.
Tho evening was much enjoyed, as each
patriarch strove to make It so.
Miriam Rebekah lodge will give a card
social Saturday evening, Nov. 30, in I. O.
0. F. temple.
A regular meeting of Naomi Rebekah
lodgo No. 1 was held on Saturday night,
at which there was a largo attendance
of sisters and brothers, who were well
entertained In tho talks of sisters and
Evergreen lodge No 151 will hold Its
regular meeting tonight. There will bo
two candidates for initiation, also tho
annual election of officers, and some
other very Important business to be pre
sented to the members, and which will
make our meeting tonight one of ex
treme importance for this future. A.'!
members who can possibly attend should
certainly do so. and select the best ma
terial for tho numerous offices to be
filled. The handsome collection of prlzos
will also be on exhibition tonight, and no
doubt there will be several applications
for membership. There revnlns but a
short timo now for applications undor
the dispensation granted. Do not wait
until the last week, but "do It now.",
Mrs. A. E. White, who has been very
sick at tho Holy Cross hospital, is now
at her home at 259 Souta Second West
street, where she will bo delighted to
see any of our members; likewise Mrs.
Edwards at 920 WesL First South. Members-
out of employment, Mr. Sugden and
Mabel Frees. All members come to moot
Utonian tent No. 12 had a largo at
tendance of the sir knights at Its re
view on Wednesday ovening last. Four
new members rode the goat. State Com
mander C F. Kelly was present and en
couraged the members In the good work
being done by the tent. Next Wednesday
the goat will again bo in requisition.
Turn out, sir knights, and help with your
Banner hive No. 11. L. O. T. M., will
hold a special review Tuesday afternoon,
November 26, at 2:30 o'clock, for balloting
and the reception of candidates. Tho
various committees will make their re
ports of the fair. A full attendance is
Court Salt Lake No. 1 gave a card party
and social last Wednesday evening In the
Knights of Columbus hall, which was well
attended by members and their wives and
friends. A fine musical and vocal pro
gram was given. The Misses Daisy and
Dorothy Springall and Lovone Bailey won
tho highest praise for their playing on
the guitar and mandolin. Brother Kneo
bow of Golden, Colo., gave several selec
tions on the piano; Brother Kneebow Is
also possessed of a fine baritone voice,
and therefore gave two vocal selections
which were heartily applauded by all. At
10 o'clock refreshments were sorved under
the direction of Mrs, W. 31. Walkor, as
sisted by Mrs. Bowycr and the Misses
Greening and Barnes. At 11:30 p. m. there
was a general "good night," all saying
that they had had a most enjoyable time.
Court Salt Lako No. 1. F. of A., will
give a social each month during the win
ter. Loyal Americans.
Assembly No. 320 held Its regular moot
ing November 22, with Eric Madsen in
the chair, all officers present. On Friday
evening. November 29, tho Loyal Ameri
cans will give a card partv and social in
J. O. O. F. hall. Refreshments will be
Borved and prizes given. Wo wish all
of our members to be present with their
friends. Our next regular mooting will
be on Friday evening, December 13, in
1. O. O. F. hall.
Sogo Lily lodgo No. 2E2. tho Fraternal
Brotherhood, held a well attended and
enthusiastic meeting Wednesday evening.
After lodge the members indulged in
high five and partook of fruit. Many
applications wore rccoived. Bring In your
applications and candidates for a large
class at our next meeting, December 4.
Remember the Escort team drill Wednes
Washakie tribe No. 1 met last Monday
evening with the largest attendance of
the season. One applicant for member
ship was received and referred for Inves
tigation; one paleface was elected to
membership, and the warriors' degree
was conferred on two members, Iho new
team giving the work In excellent shape, i
This ovening the warriors' and chiefs'
degrees will bo given.
The Royal Highlanders Utah castle de
gree team will meet at Captain Hubbard's
residence at No. 1. Goddard's court this
evening. Members are urged to bo present.
THEODORE BERTRAM, NOTED
OPERA SINGER, A SUICIDE
BERLIN, Nov. 24. Theodore Ber- ;
tram, the eelobrated opera singer, com
mltjod sulcldo today at Bayrouth. He had
been despondont sinco tho doath of his
wife, who was drowned on February 21st
last in the wreck of the steamer Berlin,
off the Hook of Holland, Theodore Ber
tram's most successful roles were Wag
nerian, and ho made hla ju-cat xenuta-
tlcn as Wo tan.
Amesica9s Favorite Family Beverage , 11 h
g gp lip More Bedweiser is used in 11 &
f 111 II? American homes tha all other ..; II "
M bottled beers comfoitaeda yet it II s
pl . . highest in price- . II '1
This proves that its snperi 1 C
1 ority is recognized every-
Pi 1 f l- Bottled only at the j
it ,l8 m Aaheiiser-Busch Brewery
ISfftlc St Louis, U. S. A. XjJ
OLSON & LYTLE, Distributors - Salt Lake City, Utah
SUITABLE MEMORIAL FOR
LATE GEN. P. E. CONNOR
Editor of The Tribune: As Captain of
the P. Edward Connor Camp of Sons of
Veterans, I feel most keenly the failures
of tho citizens of this city, and especially
of our patriotic societies, to carry for
ward to success tho erection of a suita
ble memorial to tho memory of the gen
eral of the U. S. army, whoso name our
camp bears. Many of our public spir
ited citizens and G A. R. men and many
ladies associated with the latter In pa-
triotic work would llko to see this work
started and completed.
The editorial from your pen, recently
published In The Tribune, Is timely, and
ought to arouse action In regard to this
long delayed matter. That the ball may
be kept rolling, I suggest that a public
meeting be soon called, at some central
point, of all citizens, G. A. R. veterans.
Sons of Veterans, and the ladles of our
patriotic societies and clubs, who are in
sympathy with this thought, for the pur
pose of organizing tho General P. Ed
ward Connor Memorial Association. With
our representative citizens at Its head,
as its proper officers, and with such com-
mittee or committees as shall have ex
ecutive management of tho details, nec
essary in carrying out this recognition of
tho eminent services of Ohls soldier in
the lntermountain region.
H. H. KINSMAN.
Captain and Patriotic Instructor, Colo
rado Division, Sons of Veterans.
Salt Lake City, Nov. 24.
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refund money If it falls
to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on
each box. 26c
Facts for Catarrhal Sufferers.
The mucous membrane lines all pas
sages and cavities communicating witflf!
tho exterior. jj
Catarrh is an excessive secretion. aSft
companied with chronic inflammation
from tho mucous membrane. fffl
Hood's Sarsaparilla acts on the mu
cous membrane through the blood, ref?.
duces inflammation, establishes healthy
action, and radically cures all cases oi
I'lll'll ..." 1 Mr.
II Sale Commences Monday, Nw. . I
l For several seasons past our business has Kjfek I
h shown a decided increase over each preced- SSli I I?
I ing season, and in anticipation of the strong I ::i
I prosperous condition of the country at large, Mm I
bought far in excess of our usual purchase. feH ;
- Due to the lateness of Winter this season fer
I I we find we have a larger stock of Suits and r i
51 Overcoats than we could possibly dispose of MMftiW I '
I j in the regular way before invoicing time. f 1
Hence the following reduced prices: fm I ji
I a?.or mm sitor $28j 1 1
! Sf.or $17.5 H.or $32.00 111 I
Is:... $2oj & $36jo ; I
! . ... $2100 Ctdt.or. ........ $40.00 ' I j