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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 9, 1909. 5 !! ' H
jocal Association lo
iatc in G. A. R.
business meeting of the
tho union ex-prisoners
citv, many matters rc
eominp forty-third n:i
?nt of the G. A. R. were
it was decided io have
prepared for the use
ion, especially for dis
ulo of the Grand Army
will 1)Q held hero Au
Llie organization, which
jx-prisoners of war liv
s of Utah, Idaho, Mon
linp, with headquarters
tv, also expressed prcat
tho action of the cxocii
of ihe cncaiupjnunt in
opriation to defray tho
association at the eoni
t. The association is
organization of tho G.
5 composed principally
Lliat order. It includes
Island and Libby pris
co of especial interest
:les, on account of tho
:h its members have
o on the field of bat
; civil Avar, and in ad
isous of the south dur
view, tho members of.
are asking for conlri
in purchasing a suit
r to be carried in the
something wliich shall
ind lifting as an in
veterans who were vet
Ic senso during the pe
ht for tho union. It
it all contributions bo
julant of the associa
irris, S21 Sherman ave-City.
jjB Havfl Always Bougfii
i jP ays to Plant Vogeler's Seeds.
,j2ptitaesa arc easily made, but you
iaHe so mistake when 3-011 plant Vogc
iiViHcds; hut be sure they aro Vogc
K'j. Onr scuds aro best by test need
-SBfMo that they come from Vogeler's.
iiPlcr's Purity Lawn Seed will make
gijgHtautiful lawn in thrco wcoks.
ffijft Tribune Want Ads.
-JBl 3Iain 5200. Independent 3G0.
I IMS ARB OPEN
IX FEDERAL SERVICE
United States civil service com
i on May fi will exnmino all ap
s to fill at least two vacancies
position of assistant chemist
. Those positions are in the of
public roads, department of
hire, and tho salaries range from
to $2200' per year: AIL those
jto take tho examination should
nt onco U) the secretary of the
bnanl of' examiners, or to tho
States civil service commission
slimcloii, D. ('.
her examination will be held on
30, IHOfl, to fill a vacancy in the
n of craftsman instructor
. bureau of printing, Manila. P.
1 salary of from 1SOO to $2000
tpplicants must have had experi
n photographing, etching, lml f
uishing and retouching, and must
fl this in their applications,
that they have a knowledge of
tir four-color processes and aro
p operate routing machine and
lun bevelor. Inasmuch as the
of printing employs Filipinos
p. all applicants for these posi
ihoiihl be capable as instructors
! willing to impart their knowl
0 tin? natives. Tho age limit is'
8 lo -10 years on Ihe dato of the
icdicul cortificnto filled in by
medical officer iu the service of
ctcil Stales is required. Knelt
nit for the Philippine service
a required 10 submit to Ihe cx
on the day he is examined, a
rapli of himself, taken within
J-rars, which will be tiled with
urination papers as a means of
ication in case he receives ap
cnt An unmounted photograph
mSo Oak, aiahoganj- or J
. IW'almit finished cases. "fix-
)Jwti0nal value for Ibc price 1
l;"In Walnut or Satin-finished
jllOak cases, fully guaranteed.
OjW ' LIMITED
J ..In order .to prevent imposi- 4
: lions nnd embarrassments, Tho
v inbuno requests that persons
: J:aY,n social notes, and espo-
y cially marriage notices or en- r
7 pfromcnts, for publication,
r Joayc with them names through
f winch the source of tho samo
7 '"J' bq traced if the matter is
v calJed in question. !-
" A,Mrs-; J c- I"n.ndenborgor and
7 iMrs- Jj- JJ Downing will enter-
y tain a few friends at a matinee :-
y party at tho Orphcum this aft-
I cmoon. A
7 . iss CJara Colburno will en- ?
y lettaiu at a dancing partv at
y Kowland hall Saturday evening,
v Apnl 17. .?.
y Mrs. Frank Roberts will en-
y tertaju at an informal bridgo v
y tea. this afternoon for hor guest, r
-. liss Do Wolf of !Milford.
y m Tliero 11 be a regular jnect-
y nig of tho Ladies' Literary v
y club at the clubhouse lodav
v promptly at 2 o -'clock. "
This is to be senior chapel day
-j at the University of Utah, when &
y the forty members of the class
! will appear for the first time in
thoir cap nnd "owns. The pro-
I grammo of the day will begin at r
y , 31:30 with an address by Bish- 4
I op Spalding, followed by a niu-
y sical programme. At 1 o'clock -!
I- tho young ladies of the class 4-
arc to give a luncheon to tho 4
r boys of the class, tho president !
of the university and the deans.
4I At -l o'clock the class will givo n
4 a matinee dance to the students 4
I- of tho universitv.
W. C T. U. will meet this !
v afternoon with Mrs. U. U. His- !
J ko3' at Oof) EasL Second South 4
4- street. Mrs. Tom D. Pitt will 4-
4 have charge of the programme. 4
4 The directors of the free kin- 4-
4 dergartcn, with Trs. L. E. TIall 4
4- president, met Thursday morn- 4
4 mg.-An entertainment is being 4
4 planned, to be given early in 4
4- Juno for the benefit of the freo 4
4 kindergarten. 4
Miss Adclla Edwards, wlio is to be
married next week, was the guest of
honor at a linen shower Thursday aft
ernoon given by Miss Florence Jonas
son. The afternoon wns spent with
games and music., followed by dainty
refreshments, and the rooms were pret
tily decorated in a profusion of vio
lets. Those to meet the guest were
Mrs. Daniel Coleman, Mrs. McGahcn,
Mrs. William Spetrigue, Miss Lylo
Bradford, Miss Louise Parkinson, Mrs.
Schuinan, Miss Winifred C'andland,
Miss Minnie Breech, the Misses June
and Enid Edmunds, Miss Gwendolyn
Knowlton, Miss May Alder. Miss Iful)3
Gametic. Miss Edna Edwards and
Miss Phoebe Poster.
Mrs. W. W. I'ivers entertained nine
at u charming Easier luncheon Thurs
day, followed by two tables of bridge.
The guests were, seated at a round ta
ble with while cluny lace pieces over
green satin, and tho place cards were
daintv Easter greetings, while a beau
tiful "Easter lily graced the center of
the prettily-appointed tabic, around
wjiich were seated Mrs. Abner Luman,
Mrs. II. W. Sherwood, Mrs. E. M.
West. Mrs. 31. O. Sanford. Mrs. C.
If. Heritage. Mrs. M. A. Peters, Mrs.
,1. II. Bard well and Mrs. Von Ivnobloch,
In the game tho prize was won by Mrs.
,1. H. Bard well.
A prettv home wedding Wednesday
evening was that of Miss Jessie Chnso
to William C. Frcdrickscn. The cere
mony was performed at S o'clock at
the 'homo of the bride's parents by Bov.
D M. Uclmick, in ihe. presence ot the
relatives and a few close friends. Iho
bride -wore a pretty gown of old rose
silk and carried white carnations. A
pietiily-appo'uucd dinner folowcd.
The Sons and Daughters of 'on's
camp held a ball and reunion at Socia
hall Thursday evening, to which all
descendants oC those who formed I no
caiui) were invited. This affair, which
was elaborate, was ono of series to
be -iveu bv tho historical division ot
the "Genealogical society.
handsomely appointed dinner was.
iveu bv a number of friends in he
7,old ro6.u of tho Alta club riiursday
Evening, when the engagement war, an
nnuueed of Miss Alia Hlixabclh .lohn
" n o Dr. Charles Hdgcrlon Carter.
The wedding will take place early in
Tho regular quarterly meeting of the
I Orphans' Homo and Day nursery will
be held at the home on Stale street
Monday afternoon, April L. at .
o'clock- All members are requested to
be present, as there are important mat
ters to be discussed.
The grand chapter of the Faslorn
Star will met this evening at G;..(l at
the Masonic, temple for tho purpose of
instituting a subordinate chapter ol
Elena ehapler Xo. S. All members aro
Mrs. O. W. Ott will, leave soon to
viit. her parents in Chicago, III. Iater
she will go o Iho coinmenceinont exer-Jii-s
of Wellcsloy college and for the
reunion of her class.
Mrs. Louis Seckcls and hor daughter,
Miss Alice Seckels, who have spoilt the
winter in Chicago, HI., will probably
be home early in .lune.
Mrs .1. W. Hall and her two daugh
IrrVYho Misses Mildred and Florence
Jla'li,' are home for a short visit with
friends in Ogdon, (
Mrs. S- C. Maid wiji, who has re
turned from a visit in JasliviJle,
Tenn if ft' home fur tho present with
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Jiving. .
Mr J.essor of Xcw Ynrk, who has
spent' some lime with.Mrs. Jcnino Co in,
Si leavo this evening lor Los An
geles, Cal. t
Mr and Mrs. Hichard P. Morris have
rofnnied, after , spond.uq -tho past two
months in southern California.
Mr. and Mrs. K. D- Stewart enter
lainod -a fv tlcs ll'-,lVB l"uirod
Mrs. Vou Knobloch will lcavo Mou-
A Medicine That Docs Not Cost Any
thing Unless It Cures.
If you suffer from constipation in any
form whatever, acute or chronic, we
will guarantco to supplj- vou medicine
1 that will surely effect a euro if taken
with regularity and according to direc
tions for n reasonable length of lime.
Should the medicine fail to benefit you
to your entire satisfaction we promise
that, it shall cost you nothing
No other remedy can bo compared
with Bexall Orderlies for tho eas3-.
pleasant and successful treatment of
constipation. The active medicinal in
grodient of this remedy, which is odor-
1 Jess, tasteless arid colorless, is an en
tirely new discovery. Combined witli
other extremely valuablo ingredients, it
forms a preparation which is incom
parable as a perfect bowel regulator,
intestinal invigorator and strengthened
Ilcxall Orderlies are notable for their
agrccablcness to tho palate and gentle
ness of action. Thc3' do not cause grip
ing or any disagreeable effect or incon
venience, and may bo taken at an' time,
day or night.
We particularly recommend "Rexall
Orderlies for children, delicate or aged
persons because they do not contain
anything that could possibly injure
the most delicate organism. They aro
just as easy to tako as candy, and un
like other preparations for a liko pur
pose they do not, create a habit, but in
stead they overcome the cause of habits
acquired through tho use of ordinary
laxatives, cathartics and harsh physic,
and permanently remove the causb of
constipation or irregular bowel action.
We want you to try Iicxall Orderlies
at our risk. Wo know that there is
nothing that will do you so much good,
and we will refund your money with
out argument if they do not do as wc
say they will. They arc prepared in tab
let form in two sizes of packages; ;5(J
tablets. 2oc, and 12 tablets, 10c. Smith
Drug Co., inc., and Druchl & Franken,
Salt Lake City.
day for her ranch in Idaho to spend a
few weeks. '
C. H. Griffin has gone south for n
short business trip.
DENVER & RIO GRANDE
IS SUED FOR $25,000
James McPhcrson s death underneath
au engine of tho Denver & Bio Grande
"Railway company in the Utah Copper
company rs plant at Garfield, Septem
ber J, 3907, is tho basis of Isabel Me
Phcrson 's suit for damages in the sum
of $25,000 filed against the railway
eompany in the Third District court
M'cPherson was in the employ of tho
copper company when ho was killed.
Stepping out of a shed, in wliich he
had been working. onto the track, only
about three feet away, he was struck
by one of the company's engines and
killed. Mrs. McPhcrson, tho widow,
says that jMcPherson was GO years old
and her only support. She charges jho
railway company with negligence in
not sounding a warning.
Mrs. McPhcrson now lives at Fres
W00LGR0WERS OF UTAH
LUCKY THIS SEASON
"Woolgrowcrs of the stale have
been luckier than those of 111:1113 ad
joining localities in the matter of fa
vorable weather conditions and Utah
wool is henco much cleaner and' belter
than for maii' 3'ears past and will
average fully a pound more to tho
sheep than did the clip of a year ago.
"This statement was given out
Thursday by Marcus Harris of the B.
Harris Wool company, who has been
purchasing a good deal of tho Ulah
clip during the past season. Tho
weather has not old on the sheep this
winter, he says, so badly as in many
other seasons, and the fleeces arc con
scquentlj of heavier growth 11 ud in a
The Great Beautifier
THIS DAINTV SATISI-TING OINTMENT
APPLIED TO THE SKIN. WILL POSITIVELY
BEAUTIFY THE PACE AND FORM.
OLIAH9 CO nourishes by afasorp-
Dn.LSiAalfcb ili,;1115 ,irm
FLESH FOOD aio v er ffi'sKi!0EcS
I L.1.VMI 1 uvtaml will wliitcn. solt
cri and refine the skin, removing redness, roiich
jicss. inn and sunburn.
BUST DEVELOPING. Undeveloped busts
nnd those lost through sickness or nursinc uiny be
materially increased in size made lull, firm, plump
and rounded into a beautiful contour. It. icts alike
upon the nrowiuc girl and matured woman.
Recommended by Physicians and Trained Nursct,
FOR SALE AT
5 J. HILL DRUG- CO.,
The Novcr Substl tutors.
Comer Second South and West Tcmplo.
216 SOUTH MAIN 51
NO HOUSE, STABLE OR DAIF.Y
IS COP.IPLETE WITHOUT
' HEALING BALSAM
It has no eo.unl for brlttlo feet, no
equal for hcallm: wounds, curlne colic,
1 courchs, otc.
Sold everywhere, 50c arwl J; 1.00 bot
tle Ono full pint, one dollar-
Our slzea will fit any ono from ti 4 yoar old child to a 300 lb. men.
FOR MAW. WOMAN AND CHILD.
REBORN is the wonderful new invention that straightens round
shoulders without discomfort or stoppage or circulation.
REBORN expands the chest 2 to S inches, positively preventing
luntf trouble by compelling deep breathing.
REBORN increases the height by straightening up the body.
REBORN gives woman a fascinating figure with or in place of
corsets, but without their unhcalthful effects.
REBORN gives to man that erect, commanding appearance that
- ntAmps' him an young, energetic and successful.
"REBORN trains boya and girls to grow into graceful, woll-pro-portioned
and healthful men and women.
REBORN is light and washable, weighs only 3 ounces, and you
hardly know that you have it on only when you stoop over, it gently re
minds you to braes up.
Prico Reduced from S2 to SI.
FOR SALE BY F. J. HILL DRUG CO, 'TlicyNever Snostltuto" 9
80 West Second South. it
I f CHARLTON I
OUTFITTERS FOR WOMEN. 1
122 So. Main.
No one less than a genius could
have ushered into life the new
fflx (flU I designs in tailoring that Tho
jjj j I I Lra Charlton Specialty Shop ex-
llniii 'iIkI hibits. j
S 'jit , 3w Each line portrays true art, S
illlin l 1 eack curve ? tne resulfc f mar-
I (('jf 1 , velous mechanical skill and a I
! Ml ff I 1 mind long attuned to the need-
I ' V '11 M re(l1-liremen'ts f a perfect
I ill "4 1 frock'
i St f 7 J' They are not made on theo-
-y wjwfr 'V retical or visionaiy lines, but to
s i l l i meet the particular needs 'of
j. pai'ticular women.
I I I I it 11 PRICE RANGE: I
! 1 ! M 111 111 Coat and SIrirt Su-its from '
(II 1 itfi ?2ot?75' j
I :';SLJ' Costumes, 1 and 3 piece, from
t -lg?' " $15.00 to $150.00. j
Waist Special at j
! viatic ofFine Bosom Linen, taper- '
1 ing tudes on each side of panel !W5Pt
front, large Pearl Button Fasten- WVm'''M '
ing. .Specially priced. W ?J '
; Avail yourself of this- opportu- -SmlVJllHP
I Choice selection of Linen and
Madras Waists from $2.10 up. Jp(jf Mfi '
Lingerie Waists, $3.00 up. WmW'
Jabots, Collars and Ties, 25c up. I
m FRANCISCO. s '
TRIBUNE WANT ADS. BELL MAIN 5200. INDEPENDENT 360.
1- ; I
FMTOAY SPECIALS! .. I
I These are the vegy lowest pplces on j H
and Dry (Eos. 1 H
! ffl TQDAY IN IB ('L0AK 1)E- 1 I
j vA'" If irM Panama and lustrous Brillinntino '
j 'Y'"-'' 'f-JtjL ?fyi Brcss Skirls, bluck. navy, brown
''"':MrTHl il h Mil IvLA .uml t.rrny novr stylish models, all j IH
-1 V,,'--' "MMLS- MV Kniccfiilly Iiuiir. Worth $7.00, H
Or PARTICULAB INTEREST tTUST BEFORE EASTER DAY IS THIS
SPECIAL SALE OT j ,
I $10.00 and $11.00 New qfi&fc- H
Model Hats for $5.75. PX ' H
j 300 Charniinc distinct Stylos,
; all smartly trimmed boucht K&T" " ' -'iWni'L i
j fiom one of the country's fore- 'J s-v5' r J
most suppliers of Retail Mil- f-' JOSiis7(7fx ' tl
1 hncrs at au unheard of Price. , Bl 'l&fr fl
j Each Hat is a Model of prac- j (ftm "T
j tical floR.ince. The -variet is iMs. S
so jrcat. that detailed descri- VUwEfejjL- -1 '
lion is impossible. The Greater rMft33 '"3
p Number of the Ilats arc ex- htify J- i
i actly liko those RCiieralh' ad- "v ' sg
1 vortised as rcat. values at 'Isvfr? i iH
$10.00. You cannot afford to , Wfcr-
miss this salo of Splendidly . fejfcc -"
h Stylish Uats at fJR OTw ?
this prico $3otfO. -1 j
TODAY AT AUERBACH'S. TODAY AT AUERBAOII'S. j '
100 500 Yards H
Hemstitched Union Linen Cheeked Union Linen 1 ' 'H
Squares Glass Toweling .
i1 Willi one row of drawn work all 3S inches wide value 12VL-C 10 '
around size 30x30 vilue 75c yards to a customer. lotf I
P ono to a customer. QOn Today, .it a yard "
i Today, at each Otf - l
, TODAY AT ATJERB AOH ' S. JM
' TODAY AT AUERBAOH'S. ' QQpes 3
50 Pair White English Nainsook
Brocaded Tapestry Portieres ac inches wide 12 yards in cadi !
y. , . 1 t J -, piece value $2.00 a bolt One .
In two-toned red effects .1 yards boll to a customer. &f (Oft ,
loufr value $2.2y, 1 pair to a cus- Today at a bolt . . ipiLo'D)? ;
lomor. Today at 2j--3 ...i JM
t ; ?:"r yd. TODAY AT AUERBACH'S.
today at auerbach's. Boys' Kiiickcrhocker Pants
Boys' Calfskin School Shoes t..1
! Umvo ? Sffi'l Men's Working Shirts
too1-'.. Value $2.50 rjO 50c to 75c values. QRg '
at per pair .,,.?)l.iO Special at i)DL
Wc collected Seven Hundred .j
; and Fifty Dollars for Mr. C, W. 'taffiX 1
i Anderson, of Hat Pleasant, Utah, j '
; for sheep. He leased them and
; the party did not make good, and 'm1 'jP
1 went into Bankruptcy. )0fM'iW -r
Turn in your claim and we will Tpjp 'fj&Z
I collect some for you. j'
MERCHANTS' PSOTSCTIVE ASSOCIATION,
Scientific Collectors of Honest DeMs. rooms 77. 7S. S3. t3. Ot. 07. OS. 90 and I
100. Commercial National Bank Kill-,. Sail Taku City. Utah. Frond 3 G. Luke, t , jH
Gen'l ilncf. "Some lJcoplc Don't Like Us." H
rt SALT LAKE CITY I
SStl BMEWIMG CO. !j ; ,H
1 1 WMMM$4 Phoned Ko. 17. J. MORITZ, Gen. Mgr. I