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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1908. 7 ,
TMTf Sdmorrlase at the
MS&S A reception
heir honor Wednesday
WnVrc asSemhIcd. Din
fs o'clock in the oven
'ft4 linder of the time was
ft"? 'nflM: r. and Mrs. Peter-
en win bo at homo to their friends In
MantI after Octobor 1.
At the home of Joseph E. Anderson
yesterday afternoon about fifty ladles
wore assembled at a party glvon for the
benefit of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson's son,
who Is laboring iig u. missionary in the
Samoan Inlands. A nerit little sum of
money was raised for Mr. Anderson,
which will be sent to him. A dainty
luncheon was spread.
Miss Katie Olson was the hostess at
a focIjU plven at her home Friday aft
ernoon. About fifteen of her lady friends
were present, who spent the afternoon
In games, music, oc. A dainty lunch
was served at 3;30 in tho afternoon.
3Irs. N. P. Nlolson was tendered a sur-
prise by fifty of her friends in honor of
nor sixtieth nnnlvcrsary. A beautiful
rocker was presented to her by her
frlonds. and hur children presented her
with a gold watch. During tho after
noon a dinner was served in tho large
dining room. A good time was reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Jergcn Jcrgcnsen are re
joicing over tin? arrival of a fine baby boy
at their homo Saturday night.
Dr. V. G. Logan lefl Tuesday, on a busi
ness trip to Qtv. ' '
Mrs. George Chrlstenscn was the hos
tess at a dinner party Saturday night In
honor of Mrs. Joseph KJar of Salt Laltc
City. Covers were laid for eight.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mra.
Charles E. Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Christiansen. Miss Marion Dorlus, Thom
as Pontln. Clara Dorlus and Parley Pe
terson returned Monday from a fishing
trip to the Gunnison reservoir. They
brought with them nearly 500 pounds of
carp and bass.
Marriage llconscs were Issued by Coun
ty Clerk Sllason this week to Peter C.
Peterson of Mantl and Nannie Anderson
of Ephralm: Tilda Nelsen of Sallna and
Lehl Drlnkerhoff of Thurbur.
WUford McKay of this city was united
In marriage at Pueblo, Colo., this week
to Miss Dortlia Sklnn. They returned to
thla city yesterday, where they will re
main for a short lime.
A delightful social was given at the
South ward schoolhouso Monday night by
tho officers of tho Y. L. M. I. A. A lunch
was served, and about aevcnty-Hvo ladles
Mrs. Joseph Lundhardt of Nenhl Is vis
iting friends and relatives In this city.
Miss Alice Lund was In attendanco at
tho ball at Gunnison given In honor of
the automoblllsts of Salt Lako City.
Ross Anderson has been engaged as
a teacher In tho Sandy high school. He
left Ephralm Saturday.
Mrs. William Woolsey of Alberta, Can
ada, Is a guest at the home of Peter
II. E. Jenson has accepted a position
na principal of the high school of Rlch-
fleld. Tic left In company with hlo wife
for that place Tuesday.
Prof. D. C. .Tonnon of Logan visited
relatives and friends hero during the
Leander and Agnes Thompson returned
from Salt Lako City Wednesday, where
they have been studying music during
EOc for 100.
Visitinc or professional cards printed
whilo you wait. Automatic Card Print
ing Co., Koith'O'Brien'B or 330 Main,
$1.23 to Bricham and return, Septcm
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS ' !jH
Via D. & R. G. Sept. 13th.
To Ogdcn 10:25 a. in.. 1 p, ui $1.00
To Provo canyon, 7:30 a. m 1.25
Returning on regular trains.
Trout and Chicken dinners at the jpH
Hermitajro and Upper Falls rcsorls.
Magnificent scenery. Beautiful au- jH
tumn leaf effects.
Century Printing Co., ll
Salt Lake's Printers, 165-167 South HH
WeBt Temple. Best work at fair liH
BMai! orders will bo carefully and 'W ffl IB" tL TT TT fl "WT McCall Patterns arc tho best and
m Jtxr-JJXilJcj yZJ ' oca;;s.nroparcaoia,iypatteri,s
j" MORE DECIDED REDUCTIONS THAN ON ANY OTHER LINEN OCCASION ' ' : I
There is a drop in linens and cotton goods. Special Reduction of S3 1-3 : : i rap H
Ifeweic0mei, . sasss" NEWEST DRESS FABRICS fe 1
t means lowered prices. illSS T?OT T A TT HD QTTTTTXT C Q T I
HHow long it will last no man can foretell. " W JX. 1 AILUJX OUllllN jgft :
jKt we do know that there hasbeen a check, g-jjo erado for l.ra If you are plarmiBg a new Tailor Suit) great Among the pronounced novelties in Suit- . I
M unsteadiness, adecline-at the mills, &' awaits your inspection of our new Im- Jg 3&F$ ZTJS A I
Bfkre prices are formulated according to the $8.50 grade for 6.00 ported Suitings, in mannish effects, chevron broadcloths, Scotch heather suitings in diagonal r
Lmafrini mnrVpf ' H "asi'I stripes and wide wale novelties, also plain and mixtures. Chevron stripes and many other nov-
lwW material maiket. rlcmmcd bhects . . . , , n , . , elty weaves. Prices ranging from $1.25 to $2.50. ly&s
WMP r u i-i.i j Size Sls90f rcS. S5c, for 59c invisible stripes m chiffon broadcloth m exclu- . Of course there are many other novelty weaves
"MSome manulacturers were heavily stocked Size 8is93f reg. 95e, for.... 69c siTe patterns. Prices from $15.00 to $40.00. at lesser prices. Hr .
1R., i -ni i ,i Size 81x93, reg. $1.25, for...$1.00 1 ' 1 0
wsmm raw material. 1 hen, observing the -Size 90x99,rcg. $1.35, for. .$1.15 : 1 H
(OBndency, hastened to dispose of their stock. HcmstitcW SLccts : : 1
fr inrr robab,,y r-,or a s&ris corset demonstration a 1
MpHining market suggests quick action. &ize six99, ieg. j?i.4o, oi... i.u .h
Tl Our buyer was there. isJt S&r .Wo Starts Monday Conducted Ly an Eastern Corset Specialist
fmk Keith-O'Brien Company is prepared to IsSre You are cordially invited to visit the Corset ifek I
;jiaugurate a linen sale that will delight and 3s3 regular 3, for... soc Department -of Keith-O'Brien Company l98 tiL
Sir customers to en thusiasm. 426, and avail yourself of the services of the- " - 9
A11 new linens! " S38j2, guiar 35e for....30e expert corset specialist Mrs. L. (?. Stebbins, J JH
K "v o0s3SV, regular 40c, for. . .32 vpc 7 7 n 7 r fefWrm Trlfn ill
'Means our new Fall stock. ' ' 54s3s, regular 4oC, for 35c of the designing and fitting department of mw
A Just at the opening of the season!. Irl'sh fcaanrirsq e celebrated Redfern Corsets, who will give II Smf) ufa ' I
areipAtthe lowest price linens have been sold 30s3o, reg. $1.75, sale price $1.19 special free fittings during a limited period n Mmly il
iEgi years, beginning Monday, September fourteenth fl
? Therefore the blSeSt lllien Sale Salt Lake Hemstitched Damask Squares These corsets display admirably the rounded form, the lojig lines and the (lP XUu ill
'W , ' Size 36x36, regular price $1,25 heiglifc of bust suited to the season's modes. Ther are the creation of the . . 'jl
enjoyed. each Sale Price 75c world's greatest desiguers, not; one shape, but a variety of shapes for slender, iWlil P '1
R medium and stout figures. If properly fitted, anyone can be corsettcd com- 1111 (Wfei
M J; BhacLcd Tatlc Liaen Hemmed Huck Towels Renaissance Scarfs i'ortably and correctly from our splendid assortment. , , . , A A , e t jM
oief , A niffhly approved new mode of tno ' HH
IgjjjF J swaranteed jpure linen. 10c regular, for, each 7c Size 20x54, regular price $2.00 Sfc J9 J?&& to0? ediumdfiS?o blthc enrves'nf '' H
. jJjiJiches wide. j1.25. for. . 89c yd 12c regular, for, each 10c eaoli Sale price $1.00 " ' .m fesg Jrnra 1 s'd hvccn and iraist no"w JVrg
Bihes vso f o r - - 0 jj lj cc Cluny TaUc Cloths, ' y3?L
wide, 1.00 grade f. 75c yd rlnc Damask Towels Size 9x9 inches, 35 c to '73c each ' "jj i'
i&mt 'Vid0j '75 srafle- $1-25 ?d 75c grade for,' each '. ft fJ" nn HT seci'et of a beautiful, fashionable figure is m the corset- LW il
Ipfft J m. round. Jp.u uu reg.. lor .UU I rni , . -, , , , ,. w M IWIJaK t. "mrrA
JMS White Linen Suiting Bleached Bath TWls 28 in. round, $13.00 reg.', for $9.75 1 m& here s a natural chic contour and poise to the oim W m U
um and Light Weights. ,i5C re-ulai- for each 10c 20s5i warf 1R-00 for $10.50 corseted in a Redtern Model that is pleasingly apparent in Mil f II
ajBS 35c yd 35c regular) for! Hand Embroidered The exceedingly slim, lithe effect, with the acceyi- i imll Ili l
for mild 60c regular, for, each, 43c Scarfs Squares and Doyl- . tuaUd 8maUne8S of waUt and alopint qraceful hipSy ? MM M
"padefor. 7ni. wi dnnr i i n its, Our Entire Stock at . : mWMn UZlffl W& 11
a 500 Yards Lheckcd Lrlaw Original is secured by a Redfern Whalebone Model, with y !fH lW lH
1 BUciNapkin, Toweling q by Qy.ffl Jl H
JK-Wg. $1.50, for $1.00 doz Regular price 10c yard bpc- - r A -new model with extremely Iour
M'22' "B. $4.00, for $2.95 doz al Go Madras Waistings Beautiful model, bonod with the purest Arctic Whalebone, the tips SSfcfSl'bW WD ' S
jK'K Tj 1 1 r i x T . rounded and celluloid dipped to prevent breaking through the fabrics, which waist. The lonpr soft slcir't fits the fiuro 'iH
fijj B- n01cachcd IMaplanfl . 5000 Yards ot the Famous For the Now Tailored Waists. are exquisitely fine but firm. comfortnbly and sives unusually racc- . JM
(1fJt j AU Pure linen. . t Barnsley Crash Values up to 3ti'c yard, in this u 1UCS" fVVjb
frtKo'tHn' 10r'','-5do? Sells regular fur 20c yard Tn &al ' t H
E Oodp 'r",,!i:?75d0:! this sale, yard Mc Fancy New Oxford Waistings ' !
' - SUed- NPk5 Hemmed atf FingcJ6 With Gut figSpeciul for this sale 25c j A & G I I kni3-j Tifl II
WSrrfenn, c , CrnCnS' , New Figured Pique, and Fancy JLdJlLD JL ClIIUl W UI LiXLD
1?kH( 2x2V ' for-$ -00 Single bed size, $1.50 rrade...$l .00 Waistinrfs W-fR 21
rUSUrS $600 for.. 3.50 Single bed size, $2.50 grade.. H. 69 r ; r e . 1 W ' . ,
JSra'6 $18'. 0.00 Single bed size. $3.50 grade.. 2.50 Sell regular ioro0cyard-&pe- t"011,11-C If '-jl . . H
.jjXB1 2' res $20.00, for n.25 Clal 3nc In JDroadcloth, Liheviot, Derg'e and fancy stripes m t la Jofe
&dPattcraG sm Yards seInch Bleach lmportcd Madra. Shirting semi-filing and strictly tailored coat styles; all tke kv HI Ui) I
Vftwdttchcs-Just thing ecJ Regular For men's shirts and ladies' tai- 11'. 1 J 1 1 , "XT J - i JJ WW jH
PooJsf .use- Sells regular Price 8 l-3c yard Sale 0.-ed shin waists, in six different leading shades, new gored skirts Monday special t?n t lM
'jl MGh' Price ScYard styles-Price 35e and 40c yard. . r 1 fljjp