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K . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. 5 fl flfl
Si H,o Hot Nop Too Cold,
fui Just About the
l ...76 degrees f
faum ...,52 degrees
fcoo -Jl T
IiTcIthcr So" Mm nor
, just right. There was
'n in the atmosphere.
j,e firmament reminded
bright owe weather,
accompanied by fair
a over ncarlr all por
2lry Wednesday. Prc
? airlnir the past Lwen
'eStern Montana, the
Arizona. Colorado and
h Atlantic coasts. Tem
iuphout tho Mississippi
L&o region and souih
rcvalHng high pressure
th slight temperature
fell 15 this locality
tcorologlcal record at
"of the United States
for the twenty-four
p. m was 33 follows:
s' degrees; mean tem
es" which Is 4 degrees
Inco tho first of the
since January 1, 212
6 p. m.. none.
3ii since the first of the
rhlch is .64 inch above
Inco January 1. 3.12
2S per cent,
.SO N'ew Orleans 00
,65 New York ,j 74
,71 Norfolk 74
.S Portland. Or-. ..C4
.SI St. Louis R4
!s6San Francisco ...CS
.56 Spokane 04
.52 Washington .. .74
r of Doctor Plorco'a
Kovery because a full
lents composfng it Is
jhln English. Forty
has proven its superior
puriCer and invigorat
re of stomach disorders
It builds up tho run
10 other tonic can In
d. The active mcdlc
natlve roots such as
ocen's root, Stone and
Sloodroot and Black
Iracted and preserved
:emlcally pure, triplc
5cnd to Dr. R. V. PIcrco
lor free booklet which
ch as Drs. Bartholow,
e, Elllngwood and a
wing that these roots
pon for their curative
itatcsof the stomach,
digestion or dyspepsia
iousor liver complaints
; diseases " where thero
gradual running down
Ileal Discovery " makes
no so Invigorates and
eh. liver and boWA&
H-lhP wlinlP svstPm.
Hons, blotches, pimples
rail as scrofulou3sweI
runnlng sores or ulcers
alcd. In treating old
'leers, It Is well to in
' to apply to them Dr.
ig Salvo. If your drug
to have this Salve In
ur cents In postage
Dispensary Medical As
;Pleree, Pres.. Buffalo.
-o by return post,
to accept a secret nos-eforthlsnou-alcohollc.
.urgent dealer may
want Teliots regulate
nocl i. liver and bowels,
granules, easy to take
JlsWt&s Hen& lh lr Patrons
"ftp R.L0ortlew.c,?e of Per
N" H .
I SOCIETY I
H-M'M'-I-I-I-M'I I : 1 : Ii.m.; ;.; I'M-:-
Mrs. Sain Portor will entertain 4
v- at tho second in a series of 4
bridge tens nt her home, Satur-
J day afternoon. 4
4 Mrs. Hay Walker will enter- 4
4 tain nt a luncheon, at her coun- 4
4- try home, today, in honor of her 4
4 sister. Miss Ridge, of Califor- 4
4 nia. 4.
4- Mrs. W. W. Oluff, Mrs. Lillian 4-
4 ClufC Pawl as and Miss Birdio 4
4 ClufT havo issued invitations for 4
4 Friday evening, to meet Miss 4
4 Hazel Taylor and Harold Peery 4
4 of Ogdcn, who will bo married 4
4 Sept. 30. 4
4 " 4
4 The Daughters of the Ameri- 4
4 can Revolution, Spirit of Liberty 4
4 chapter, will havo their lirs't 4
4 meeting this afternoon nt 3:00 4
4 with Mrs. F. S. Bascom, 38 West 4
4 First South, as hostess, and Mrs. 4
4 C. S. Kinnev, chairman. 4
4 w r.
4 Miss Gladys McOonanghy will 4
4 be a hostess nt an informal tea 4
4 this afternoon. 4-
4- Mrs. Herman Johnson will cn- 4
4, tertain at a 500 part3' nt her 4
4 homo this afternoon. 4
4 Mrs. J. M. Shepherd of the 4
4 post, will entertain at a bridgo 4
4 tea this afternoon. 4
4 Mrs. Freeman Mornlngstax 4
4 nnd Mrs. Eldro H. Jacobs will 4
4 entertain at a tea this after- 4
4 noon at tho homo of the latter. 4
4 Tho Sewing club will meet 4
4- this afternoon with Miss TVini- 4
4 fred Lynn. 4
4 The history section of the 4
4 Ladies Literal club will meet 4
4 this morning at 10:15 at. tho 4
4- club house. Mrs. C. I. Douglas . 4
4 will read the paper. 4
The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Kelly
was the scone of a pretty wedding,
Weduesda' morning, when their daugh
ter ISthel became tho brido of J. W.
O'Donnell. The cercmonv was per
formed at 10:30 by Rev.' Mr. Perkins
in the presence of the families and a
few close friends. A wedding break
fast followed Tho bride woro a daintj'
gown of white lawn and carried white
roses. The rooms were beautifully dec
orated, the parlors in asters and roses,
the hall in sunflowers and golden glow,
and the dining room in pink, and white
sweet peas, with a large mound of them
in tho center of the table and from the
chandelier to the four corners of tho
table were broad pink and white satin
ribbons and at cither end were silver
candelabra with pink candles anrl
shades. Mr. nnd Mrs. O'Donnell left lat
er for a short wedding trip. They will
be at homo to their friends after Oct. 5,
at Missoula, Mont. Tho bride woro a
pretty traveling dress of brown with
hat and gloves to match.
Miss Margaret Dunford nnd E. A.
Ganlincr wcro married Wednesday
morning in the Temple. A largo re
ception followed in the evening nt the
homo of the bride's parents. Dr. and
Mrs. A. B. Dunford, which was prettily
decorated for the occasion in roses, as
tprs. sunflowers and .goldonglow. Tho
bride wore a chnmiing gown of white
chiffon over satin and carried white
roses. The dining room was decorated
in the autumn colors. lu the center of
the table was a largo basket of fruit.
Assisting there were the Misses Rachel
and Mary Willc, Miss Ethel Lawson,
Miss Delia "Rigbv and Miss Ada Cramc,
Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner left later for
the Pacific Northwest, but will return
here, where they will be at home, after
Oct. L The bride's traveling dress
was navj- blue, with hat and gloves to
Mrs. S. H. Knickerbocker entertained
twenty-four at a progressive angling
parry, at her home, Wednesday after
noon, to meet Mrs. Jack Hosmcr. Tho
rooms were all decorated to represent
the sea, with a profusion of kelp shells
nnd sea weed. On the centor of each
table was a largo bowl of gold fish sur
rounded by shells, The place cards were
browuioF. made of kelp. Mrs. Knick
erbocker was assisted by her mother,
Mrs. F. If. Knickerbocker, and the
Misses Edna and Esther Dustan. Prizes
were wou by Mrs. W. D. Foster. Mrs.
Murray Sullivan, Miss Mabel Zcrbc,
and by the guest of honor.
Mrs. L. M. Bailey entertained forty
at her home Wednesday morning, fol
lowed bv a luncheon, in honor of her
guest, Mrs. George M. Mathews. Tho
"rooms nnd veranda wcro prottilv deco
rated in the season's flowers, and tho
dining room was profusely decorated in
yellow, with sunflowers nnd golden
glow. At t ho tea table Mrs. F. J. Fa
bian poured, assisted by Mrs. Karl
Scheid. During the morning Mrs. C E.
Richards gave a brief and delightful re
view of "Virginia Russell." just writ
ten by Mrs. R. G. Schuldor, "nnd Miss
Agatha Berkhoel gave two beautiful
vocal solos. '
A quiet home weddincr. Wednesday
morning, was that of Miss Lillith L".
Redman, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
P. Redman, and Clifford Niver, of Los
Angeles. Later Mr. and Mrs. Niver left
for San Francisco and the Yosemite Val
ley. They will bo at homo 1o I heir
friends after Oct. 15. at Loa Angeles.
Miss Redman wns formerly a drum
mer in tho Woman's G. A". R. bnnd.
The brido aud groom w-cro presented
here with a gold pin in tho shape of
a small drum.
Mrs. John Cain enferfained six tables
at a bridge tea nt her home Wednes
day afternoon, which was prettily deco
rated in the autumn flowers, golden
glow and nsters, and the tea table had
a centerpiece of fruits. Ten and coffeo
were served by Mrs, Kistcr and 'Mrs.
W, II. McConaughy. assisted bv Miss
Lesliu Woodruff, Mips Gladys McCon
aughy and Miss Charlotte Bothwoll.
Prizes were won at each table.
,Miss Katherine Judge entertained
eighty at a buffet supper and dance
at their country home, ''The Cobbles."
'. Wednesday evening, in honor of the
Mibses Harriet and Mnjoric Severance
of Los Augelea. Supper was served on
tho lawn from ono lnrge table, which
was .beautifully decorated in red ger
. aniiims and dahlias. Dancing was en
.jpyed in tho house, where the music was
furnished by an orchestra.
Mrs R. C. Easton and her niece, Miss
Nan Clnwson. will leave today, for New
xork, where Miss Clnwson will enter her
senior year at the Horace Mann school.
A quiet wedding at tho home of Rev.
Mr. Mcintosh Wednesday afternoon at
0 0 clock was that of Miss Laura C.
Lloyd of San Jose, Cal., and George
Kolsch. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kolsch will bo
at homo at Fort Douglas, whero Mr.
Kolsch is a sergeant of tho Fifteenth,
Miss Stella Fabian entertained twenty-two
at a prettily appointed pink
luncheon at tho Country club Wednes
day. Tho decorations were in asters,
with a cut glass bowl of them in the
centor of the table. The place cards
wcro sticks of pink and whito candies,
.tied with pink ribbons.
Rev. and Mrs. P. A. Simpkin will re
turn this morning from spending the
summer in England. Their three chil
dren came home Wednesday, after
spending tho summer at Spriugville,
Utah, with relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Cohn and the
Misses Cohn. who havo been spending
several weeks in Paris, arc now enjoy
ing a trip on the Italian lakes and will
return to Paris about September 20.
Mrs. Raymond G. Bueklo and son and
Mrs. Buckle's sister, Mrs. G. Barrett,
left Wednesday for Rock Springs, Wyo.,
whero thoy were called by tho illness of
Miss Bertha Hanson and Abraham H.
Cannon wcro mnrricd Wednesday morn
ing in tho Templo. A reception to
200 frionds followed in tho evening at
tho homo of the bride.
Mrs. L. C. Moore, who has spent the
summer in tho Pacific northwest, will
return Saturday and be at home for a
time at the Fifth East hotel.
Mrs. F. J. Dunn and her daughter,
Miss Margaret Dunn, will leave Fridaj'
for a two weeks' trip to Portland, Ore.
Tho Misses Ruth nnd Beth Chapman
of Boston will bo hero Snturday to spond
several days with Miss Stella Fabian.
Mrs. Itichard Savago and family re
turned Wodncsdn3- from spending tho
summer on their ranch in Wyoming"
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hickcy of
Nampa, Ida. will bo hero today to visit
with Dr. and Mrs. H. X. Ma3o.
Mrs. C. M. Benedict entertained at an
informal bridge, at her homo Wcdncs
Robert W. Ifydo of Santa Barbara
will exhibit his hand-lettered parch
ments and books at the Knutsford ho
tel, Parlor I, foda3' only.
Free Music Lessons.
Madame Brodbcck gives one month
free vocal and piano lessons to prospec
tive pupils. She is acknowledged by
tho Europcnn and American press ail
artist of finished cultivation. Studio.
909 Rice street, Niuth South, between
Stato and Second East.
Mrs. Martha Royle King
Will open a new studio in the Consti
tution block, September 15. Pupils
registered dailv at 1S8 K street from
September 1. Bell phono C03.
Miss Nora Gleason
will register pupils dai- from S a. m.
to 12. and from 1 p. in. to 8. Studio,
227 Constitution bldg. Bell 'phones,
studio -1S07. Res. 4942-R.
Miss Matie Hall, piano studio, at
Gordon academ3' and at 7S East First
North street. Registration of pupils
begins Tuesdav, September S. Bell
phone 2309-X; Ind. phone 11 OS.
Miss Esther Allen, violiniste, will be- 1
gin her fall work Sept. 9, at Gordon acad
emy. Pupils wishing desirable hours '
should apply early. Bell Tel. 4392. j
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH. !
Registration of students. September
11 and 12; entrance examinations, 1
September 9 and 10; instruction begins I
The University includes tho School of
Arts and Sciences, tho State Normal
School, tho Stato School of Mines, the
Utah School of Medicine, a department
of law and a preparatory school.
The catalogue, which describes the
various courses offered, requirements of
admission, etc.. is sent free by the
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
50c for 100.
Visiting or professional card3 printed
whilo you wait. Automatic Card Print
ing Co., Keith-O'Brien's or 330 Main.
$1.25 to Brigham nnd return, Scptcm- I
ber 1G. l
for Infants and Children
The Kind You Haie Always Bought'
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OP
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUn OOMPHY. TT MOnflAY OTHCET. NtW VOHK CITY.
Done by expert tailors and fitters. All work gnarantocd. Your trial order
will receive my prompt attention. Come in and get my prices.
J. EULE, Bigh-Class Ladies' Tailor.
Rooms 309-310 Brooks Arcade, corner Third South and State Streets.
Bell Phono 17S0.
Bulletin 21 Excursion Rates j
EXCURSIONS NORTH, 1
September 19th, and October 6th. B
PEACH DAY AT BRIGHAM, J - I
September 16th. m
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On sale September 17th and 1th. Limit 30 days. Round trip $22.50. H
NATIONAL IRRIGATION CONGRESS Albuquerque, New Mexico,
on sales September 23 to 26. Round trip $31.95. JR
I TRANS-MISSISSIPPI COMMERCIAL CONGRESS San Fran- H j
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See anents for rates and further particulars. H j
Slty Ticket Office 201 Main Street R j
NATURAL LtTHIA WATER.
"Makes Evcrythlno Good."
F. J. Klosel . Co., Ogdcn.
Rleaer 5. Llndley, Salt Lake.
' TEE REGAL WAY
Is the only way to "have
your clothes cleaned.
Are You on Good Terms
'With Your Stomach?
Treat it right its your best friend. Abuse it
and you'll find there's a limit. When the limit
is reached, the, stomach must rest. Kodol rests it.
That Is what Kodol Is for. The stomach can- Kodol will do all the stomach's work for It,
not stop work; if it did you would stop existing, when necessary giving it a period of completo
It cannot even take a vacation and "rest up" rest. The rest that restores health. That's how
except when "it has Kodol to assist it. Kodol cures Indigestion which is merely a good
. , ,. . - , digestion "gone wrong,"
Very likely you never gave a thought to how
nard vour stomach works. Most people don't until People used to think that when they had indi
thev have to. Sometimes, though, it cost less to gestion they should ston eating or. limit them
do a little thinking before one has to. selves to a prescribed diet. Others commenced
purging with cathartics. All that is very dis-
"Even the gall e--slavc of the ancients rested at agreeable and unpleasant. Also, it Isn't necessary.
intervals. But the stomach of modern man works
Harder than the galley-slave, and it never rests Starvation or purging doesn't euro anything.
vt itself. Kodol doesn't euro anything either but shows
nature the right road, in short order. Kodol
Kodol, of course, will rest the stomach, but merely establishes complete and perfect digestion
that is something nature didn't provide for. If It does this bv digesting every particle of thb
people now-a-days lived the way nature intended, food. The stomach then rests and cures itself,
it wouldn't have been necessary to provide for It. That is what was intended when Kodol was mado.
But they don't that's the trouble. H couldn't be any other way.
Better keep on good terms with your stomach, Kodol is quite indispensable to a good many
ff you can. Your health depends absolutely upon persons. To all, in fact, who haven't time in
the perfect performance of the stomach's func- their dally lives for a careful selection .if foods
tions. Ever think of that or why it is true? and diet. It very quickly enables nature to rec-
, , , . , - ' . , . . tify any disagreeable effects of wrong eating.
The human body is composed of certain chemi-
cal elements. Thcso are combined to form sub- Oti-r fluqranTPP
stances such'as fat, protein, carbohydrates, min- h-lh uuctiduicc
eral matter and water. Go to your druggist today and get a dollar
, , . . , bottle. Then after you have used the entire con-
The food wo eat is composed of exactly these in,ir. nftu, wtin r i,.,cn.-1. u i.-
elements. The stomach must, disintegrate this tenls of 1 16 bottl lf ou ca " h"cstljr say thal lt
food and correct! v apportion it to the needs of the ls not done you any good return the bottlo to
system. Looks like a lot of work for the stomach, the druggist and he will refund your money. Wo
doesn't it? No wonder It occasionally needs will then repay the druggist. This offer applies
Kodol to help it do this. to tho large bottl(J amJ tQ bufc Qne in a famiy,
Tho person who has the kind of a stomach t hat Every druggist knows our guarantee is good
S , Tl do.l.rbott.o.ottta.ns f times u much
people haven't that kind. That is why they re- tho fifty cent bottle. Kodol is mado at the
quire Kodol. laboratories of E. O. DoWitt & Co., Chicago.
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I Every Day of the Linen j I B
I and Bedding Sale, a Big-1 . -11
I ger Crowd. Every Day IH
I of the Linen and Bedding ' "j I
Sale? Bigger Receipts. I hfl
I I Wo fool grateful for tho immense trade. It's a tribute to our pest atten- 1 j ; '.
tions...,IioweBt prices on reliable llnons nnd bedding. Get yonr sharp of tho 1 I i ;
Wondrous bargains in TABLE LINENS. NAPKINS, TABLB SETS, PAT- 1 1 i
TERN CLOTHS. CRASHES. BEDSPREADS. READY MADE SHEETS 1 11
AND PILLOW OASES, COMPORTS AND BLANKETS. I jH
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At! raef tve Fall Dress .
I Goods ami Silks M
Tho Anerbach Store Motto is constant advancement bo It is only natural that 1 liH
our stock of exclusive Dress Goods Fabrics surpass anything we have pre- 1 J il
viously shown. Tho following smart fabrics which have received Fashion's 1 - ll
Stamp of Approval will be shown hero this week. 1 )
New Panama CloSfis 1 :S fl
38-IN. ALL WOOL. HARD WORSTED PANAMA CLOTH Snitablo for I " jH
j School Dresses. Skirts and Ladies' Suits, in black, blue, green, gray, " i
brown, inodo, red, tan, otc. Regular 75c a 3'urd, re d ' ll
at a yard wcJl D
"New Striped Novelties 1
i -14 T0 46-IN. NEW STYLES, SMOOTH AND ROUGH FINISH SUITINGS, 1 mI
in all kinds of new stripe effects, suitable for Skirts, Jackets, and Suits in -MsH
black, and all colors, including dark gray mixtures. (2-f -ffl Q I ' '-jH
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Black Talieta 1 - j
27-IN. FINE ALL SILK CRISP TAFFETA, for Waists, Suits, Linings, i .11
Drop.Skirts, etc. Black only. Regular $1.00 a yard. I , ? 11
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"SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US." h '
SALT LA CITY i
j mm brewing co. I In
' Phonos No. 17. J. MORITZ, Gen. Mffr. J'
New Fall Styles in Ladles' a&cl Genl's j l'l
i ClotMaig Are AFFlvlmg Daily. i 'f :S
I WATCH FOR OUR OPENING fjH
September lOtla, IMh, I2$h
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