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W THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, ATJGrUST 25, 1909. k H
If DIVORCE COURT
f i Irvine Secures .Separation
fFrom Her Husband Wifh-
in an Hour.
ffifti txt. Mnbol L. Irvino was granted a
j ercc from .Fames Franklin Irvino,
Mtf jirthcr of Colonel A. B. Irvine, ill
1 j-0 Morse's division of tho Ih.rd
,f, jCi court. Tuosdny afternoon, on
r grounds of nxtromo (-n,clL'- Tbc
J i children, Marcus Marr Irvine, fi
rs old. and Franklin Irvino, jr.. re
J f iS i the father, but Mrs, lrv.no
j 5 hai ho privilege of yisit.i.p and
illvi- Wise associating witli them at
$ ft ont'c a week. The father is to
'- ' r au.l educate them..
It'- i Its. Irvine pot quick action upon
suit The complaint was hied about
- '' 15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon and
fc kin an hour Mrs. -Irvino was a sin--li
-Volutin. Accompanying licv com
ill int whb Irvino s waiver of all his
VV his to appear and answer or other
w: w defend the ease, and the decree
; 5 erantcil by default.
rtinv were married here Deeeniber
I iig'ji7 Mrs. Irvine charges that Ir- ,
). i. struck her in the face with his
iti iched fist at Pioeho, Nov., July u,
17. kuocking her down, and brcalc
ti :& litraiuent in her nose. I his was
"2? ij,e presence of several friends, Mrs.
bill' too savs, and her consequent hu-
iafion 'wns greater than it would .
ro been, as a result. On other occa- ,
as she ?nvs, prior to July 5, this .
ir Irvine struck- her with his fists,
(rs. Irvine demanded and secured .
' 'k her maiden name, which was not ,
IP ft W in the complaint. She also was ,
Hn the household furniture jointly
lllfiSuircd by her and Irvino in their
"I Harried life.
.Of JJFORXIAN WANTS TO
V f KNOW ABOUT BEES
5p 1 IV L. Perkcs. secretary of the Salt
ke -Real Kslatc association, hasrc-
atUtj veil a ennnuunication from II. w.
Ki; Uinson, from Garvanza. Cal., who
.7: his to know nbout tho bee indus
ihcre In answering this letter, Mr.
'fe ll &e3 states that the honey crop of
instate for J007 was estimated to be
' iut 3.000.000 pounds.
BlllS T "'ttle of this came from Salt
ko "county, as the bees hero have
id, i is said, on account of the
' fHcr smolte. Since the closing of
jj)P i'smelters in tho valley, howovcr. it
'wB Jsaid that the industry is increas-
a House -Fainting Time.
' Fall is the best house painting time,
d if the painting is done before the
t rly stonus set in the paint has a bct
'chance to set hard and firm, -vvhich
, ekes it last longer. Be sure vou get
m inc Qinli'v. fulmer Glass i- Paint
I 37 Kat First South
Mftugust Sale of
I S. Main St.
' KPT PRISONER
R V AWFUL HUMOR
Me Body Covered and Head So
'Bad She Could Not Comb Hair
flfi Sight Affected-Neighbor Beg
i jged Her to Use Cuticura It
g . poled the Itching Flesh and
U UGHT REST, SLEEP
s AND A PERFECT CURE
ids cnnot express the awful skin
' MI1cr- ? My whole body
i.r-i PMUdTKllll iL Mr head broke
Is ?i hat.,T cou,d not, comb my hair.
.J T"Mr,0ml1 ?v more 1 pyffered "with a
Mf S !.f0rPlthrout- When I should lio
i Sr nVV3bt mY wo,,ld stick to-
h 'El "nd I would have to bathe them
fl fl! nlvPRn!n,g tlienl ach morning. I.
4W,e. CiTeot of th" pkin disease. I
' V n,,00' ors-they gave no
' ; ?T h hl,v." 1 triwl all kinds of things
- 3d flnlleht 'Jonl(I do mp od but I
rf uner 5,?0tin T wos a perfect
K Vth tho ftwf humor.
, i Hi Sth rV,.y nc'Rhbors begged mo to
M mrS1,,iCVra nnerllep. and I made
W Et t1 Ul thpm ht not think-
O ft ,n. i0'ild 0VPI' bR Cred- I WOUld
nai1",1 bn with Cuticura Soap and
' "d ffiter1' Cutic,jra Ointment. I
i 'fan? V,c9u d, 5C,nrcelypoa8poton
' ' fit ll 0 1 ,lko a new person. When
-; i tlir..? n t0 '.' u,e Cuticura Reme-
fi&V i8htolpd tho itching flesh and
W 5fntTe real good sleep and rest at
lC. lH bthn.iM cl8ufrcrPd f''y ,-Wf years
i LS ? n- dIwas1p hut now I am a well
S I ?,T' t0 Uso tl10 Cuticura Reme
auj tan,not Praise Cuticura enough
S Lni10"8 M,at 1 would never
aifirn ??inVTMre- Cordelia C. Pitts.
JO0m, Ga., Nov. 21 and Dec, 21 , 'OS."
' ; w
" SrPorriIeni di' thin and falling hair,
, E1Sldr,,1T' alla-v tehinR and irri-
JKtr SdJiromo10 the growth and
&rmh !,; e lmrlr' frequpnt shampoos
1 ,KinSfe S,onl5 and occasional
2 hpn iii (rilticura nr0 usually effec
MmU rt?ther. 'nehods foil. Spf
S5 cJilS!'' arnpany each
th-wort r ?.5. w.r vsi r ,K nr so(i
-T 'JHjropi.. 13'irii i.1 ollrr 1JriI,: ' f'hcm rorP
LffUj wc ca Utatmcnt ot tUt- tilo ua tittr.
f" , In order to- prevent impost-
J m.u8 and cmbarraspmonta, Tho
y inbuno requests that persona
7 lon,VnE social notes, and cspe-
; cially niarriago notices or en-
f engements, for publication,
y Jcayo -with them names through v
y which the source of tho same 1'
y may bo traced if tho matter is
y caJJed in question.
y Mrs. A. H. Boxrud -will en- ?
y tertain at her homo Thursday !
y for her mint, Mrs, Georgo Den-
y nis of Minneapolis, Minn. :-
J " .i.
y Miss Winnifrcd Brico will en-
! tertain at a luncheon at the -r
v Country club today for Miss Pru- I
v dehco Trimble of Kansas City,
I- Mo., Avho is the guest of Miss 4-
I- Elsie McMillan.
Mrs. Joseph Richards will en- -r
! tertain at a children's party
-I Thursday afternoon.
y Mrs. Louis Gordon will be hos-
I less at a luncheon at; the Coun- r
y try club Friday, for her guest.
... t , ;
I Mrs. Olaronco M. Sampson -r
r will entertain at a Kensington !
this afternoon at her apartment
I- in tho Smith. -
I " .J.
I A table d'lioto luncheon will
v bo served at tho Country club at
v I o'clock toda'.
y Miss Harcomb will entertain
y at a lako party today for Miss
Mrs. J. E. Bcrklc3 received about
sovonty-fi'c friends at a tea from 3 to
G Tuesday afternoon, in honor of her
daughters, Mrs. It. L. Kirk, who is vis
iting here from southern Utah, and
Mrs. J. P. Berkley, who will leave
early in September with her husband,
Kc Mr. Berkley, for Newton Center,
Mass. The rooms were prettily deco
rated in a profusion of flowers. Gol
cleiiglow wns effectively used in tho din
ing room, with a largo mound in tho
(enter of the tea table, while the li
brary was fragrant with a variety of
sweet, peas, and white asters were used
111 the parlors. Mrs. II. K. Smith lia-1
clargo of the dining room, and punch
was served in the library by Miss Anna
Lindlcy. The hostess and tho guests of
honor were assisted in receiving by
Miss Berkelcv and Mrs. L. B. Fuller of
Prove, who is guest of her mother,
Miss Thusa Sabin of Ifooperton, 111.,
and Dr. Uobert r.von Ferrand of Los
Angeles, Cal., were married at S o'clock
edue'sday evening, August IS, at the
1'irst Methodist church. Onlv u few
friends and relatives were presVnt. Dr.
F. 1J. Short olliciatcd. After the cere
mony the party was entertained bv Miss
Loraine Sabin at a luncheon at Frank
lin's. After a few davs sightseeing in
this city, Dr. and Mrs. Ferrand will
leave for Los Angeles, Cal., whpre the
doctor will take a post-graduate course
Mrs.AV. S. Zohring entertained six at
u charming yellow luncheon at the Altn
i' lab Tuesday, followed by a box party
.it the Orphean1, in honor of her gue&l,
Miss Margaret Leo of Xotrc Dame, Ind.
The guests were seated at, a round table
laid in the gold room and handsomelv
dicorated in golden glow with a mound,
of tho flowers in the center, while the
lY.vois were bonbon boxes filled with
yellow candies and tied with yellow
ribbons. The refreshments were also
carrieM out in yellow.
Mrs. Emanuel Kahn entertained at a
southern luncheon at her homo Tucsdav
in honor of a number of visiting ladies.
The guests were seated at several small
tables, each prettily decorated in the
color scheme of .yellow and green. A
southern menu was served. In tho card
game thai, followed, prizes were won
by .Mrs. Gus Simon of Portland. Ore.;
Mrs. Adolph Baer, Mrs. Max Weil, and
Mrs. Can, of Kansas Cilv, Mo.
The Misses Klir.abeth and Mildred
Lane entertained eight, tables at a
".jOO" party Tuesday afternoon, in
honor of .Miss Frances Cowan, who will
have soon for her second your at Vas
sal1 college. A profusion of pink and
v.-l.ito sweet pons and asters were pret
tily used in the decorations. The host
esses were assisted by Mrs. George Wal
ker and Mrs. W. L. Xicol. Prizes we:T
v.iin b"y Mrs. Alvah Lee and Miss Ccl''3
Mrs. G. W. Lflitibmirne will accom
pany her daughter. Miss Kuby, the
middle of September to Glendale. Ohio,
where Miss Lanibuuriu! will enter Glen
dale college for a year. Miss Kate
Adams will go thai far with them and
continue (0 New York state, where she
will visit Captain and Mrs. Perry at
Miss Lillian Connelly entertained six
at a box parly at the Orpheum Tuesday
afternoon, followed by a luncheon at
Franklin's, in honor of Miss Zora Shaw,
who will leave soon for Now York, and
lor Miss FJbn Tfavernor, who will leave
soon for the Logan Agricultural rol
lcge. The luncheon table was prettily
decorated in pink sweet peas.
Mrs. W. II. Martin entertained night
at a prettily appointed breakfast nt
her homo Tuesday, in honor of Mi.s
Martha J. Johnson, an autumn bride.
Tim table was effectively decorated in
piuk bweel poas. A delightful musical
programme was given after the break
fast. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Greene ftichnrdp,
who have spent more than a year
abroad, have returned to Paris, after
spending tho pn9t. three months in
Munich with Mrs. Ifichards's brother,
Harold Eldredge. Mr. and Mrs. Hich
ards expect to roturu hero by Christ
Mis Stnlla Glanrield entertained at n
prettily appointed luncheon Monday for
.lis. S. . Hen nf San Jose, Cal.,' and
Mrs .A. M. Woodward of Lead. S. D.
Following the luncheon delightful mu
sic was enjoyed, when selections were
given by Miss Edna Smith aud flic
Miss Winifred Millspaugh left Tues
day evening for her homo in Los An
geles. Cal., after .spending the past few
weeks here, where she was gue&t of
Miss Beth Critchhm and Mies Helen
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Woodward ami
daughter left. Tuesday for thoir home
iu Lead, S. D., after spending several
weeks here with Mrs. Woodward's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Philips.
.. o H
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Daguo and Mrs.
.Maisl.nll of Washington, 1). ('.. are
spending; a few dujs hero with friends.,
Mullett's Clothing Store
ALL THIS WEEK
J OUR HALF-PRICE SALE IS A HUMMER.
In our Men's and Youths' Clothing
Department-- JT T
j your choice at . . JL JL4jL1L JL J. I
J The selection is still very good. 1
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT your choice I
! t Hanan's Shoes at $4.75. j
$3.50 and $.4 Shoes, $2.75. Hurley's Shoes, $3.50.
DON'T MISS THIS BIG SALE. j
; Geo. Millie tt & Company j
FRED A. SLADE, President. 41-45 West Second So.
Mr. Dague is chief of a division in the
pension office nt Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Harvey and daugh
ter, who have spent the past six weeks
in Portland and Seattle, left Monday
for Yictoria, whero they will spend a
week before starting for home.
Mrs. C. E. Bissell will entertain the
ladies of the Lillian Ilollister hive,
No. ID, L. O. T. M., Wednesday after
noon at her home, S-i Washington
Miss Phoebe Dye and Mrs. Alley, who
!avo been visiting in Wisconsin, left
for home Monday. Mrs. Alley has been
visiting old friends, while Miss Dye has
been with her grandparents.
A letter was received from George T.
Odell, dated Ncweastle-oii-Tync. Aug.
JO, stating the were all well and would
sail for home from Liverpool on tho
Carminia, August 31, and would reach
here September 25.
Miss Winnifred Millspaugh was guest
of honor at a breakfast given Tuesday
morning by Miss Louise Harrison. The
decorations were in low bowls of pan
sics. M. and Mrs. S. W. Morrison, son and
daughter, have returned from a trip to
Alaska and tho Pacific Northwest,
where the- have spent several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bcatly will
leave today for their hohio in Alabama,
after visiting here with Mr. Beatty's'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Beat t v.
Arthur Johnson, who has spent the
past two weeks here, guest of Judge and
Mrs. J. A. Marshall, will leave today
for his homo in Cleveland. Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wallihan and
daughter of Denver. Colo., aro spending
several weeks here, and aro stopping
at tho Luxor hotel.
V V -
Mrs. Smiley left last week for Wyo
ming, after spending a part, of ihe
summer here with Mr. and Mrs. l?ieh
Miss Helen Iliggins, accompanied bv
her father, have returned to their home
in lieno, Nov., after spending a fiw !
davs hero. ;
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lynn and daugh
ter, have returned from an extended
trip to Alaska and Iho Pacific North-
Miss Flea nor Peterson left Tuesday
evening for New Haven, Conn., after
spending the past two weeks here with
. t. t
Mrs, Joseph Buzzo and children re
turned Saturday from Seattle, Wash.,
whore thev have spent the summer. i
Miss Prudence Trimble of Kansas,
City, Mo., is here, tho guest of Mif-s
FJsio McMillan for a few week?.
m 4 -
Mis Maud Miller and Miss Helen
Monroe left Sunday to continue their
work nt Stanford university.
Mrs. James K. S'lmw and her daugh
ter. Miss Zora. will leave Saturday.
August 2S, for New York.
A. L. lloppaugh left Sundav for New
Jersey, whore he was called by the ill
ness of his father.
Al r. and Mrs. A. O. Clark and Miss
Lola Clark are spending a week or two
in Soatle, Wash.
Mrs. Welch of California is here, the
guest of her motliei. Mrs. Guernsey.
O A 3 T Q R I A
Signs that attract Hamlin paints.
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Our line of new, up-to-date washing' machines.
THE ROYAL LAUNDRY
Expert Launderers. jj
New plant, 625 South Slate. Branch office, Ml E. First South.
Phones 61. 1
! Advance Sltowtogf of Fall
Styles tm Mem and Wontee,
' P3- ""k 'l" ,Xl,UWlf'P. co,lcctiou a" L:ulie3' Suits, j
' JmxrP '' mtU ,vo'vc gathered tho cream of tha J
3SM WE AWAIT YOUR INSPECTION. WE WILL
A SwSWM WAIT F0R TIIE MONEY.
SjS S1'00 A WEEK- $00 A MONTH. j
' P TUB MERCANTILE INSTALLMENT CO.,
1 71 W. 2nd South. 1
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ni!iflers for Wien
122 So. Main
I ALL MALLOWS
SALT LAKE CITY.
Board In? si ml day pehool for boy.".
Classes begin Wednesday, .September
S. Classical, scientific and commer
cial courses. Special department for
llttlo boys, under tho care of a trained
For terms nnd information apply to
Very Rev. J. J. Gulnan, S. M., Presi
I ESTABLISHED 1 . I
1 OHE. P$C. -TO ALL NEVER imtmOW ' H
I Store Closes TocTl P. M., Employe's Weekly Half Holiday
SPECIALS FOR. TODAY! I
I Figures talk, but they cannot tell the whole story you
must see what they represent in quality and style to J
j fully appreciate the following values 1
8 Vl SPECIALS FOR TODAY IN
8 H V-Hr THE CLOAK DEPARTMENT
Wm $3 Llitoii Sltlrt- H
SSiWi waist Suits, $1.55 H
1 j. ! 3 Shirt Wni3t Suits of heavy 9
' &r& 3 f'Linon,,; white onl', trimmed with
I fi$ IT,;!AV P'P'nfis of lijjht blue nnd finished with
Up pearl-buttons. Worth $3.00. To- j
$1.50 Percale Wrap- i H
! yxxTffliVi. A vcrr m't.ed rjuantiti of elcgani Xfflfl
jfjfllrkffiti&ffl House Wrappers of cood quality per- HI
r-Nf l:r;tW'f'S3My ca,c navy black and craj-, with white Wm
"Jljy fiRtires. Worth fully $1.50. Today
SPECIALS FOR SPECIALS FOR TODAY! ' H
$3.5"o?2cao:cH I0DAYI 1000 I B
; $??Sot 35c MEN'S SHIRTS 1 H
BSTRA SIZES HEAVY COTTON I Bohfc at a trcmon- I BH
I BAGDAD COUCH I dons sacrifice shirts ' HD
8 of , S?7u a ui BATTS AT 28c I irorth P to $1.50. Goif 5 mm
I Ui a strong and double t i- l i i Hnl
faced tapestry. Yinished r. f "d xieRliRec stj-lea in Hj
tvith a heavy tassel IV0 cascs C our rcnt variety. We offer e BM
fringe on all 'sides; a GEM COTTON BATTS, : the entire lot today at tj Bffl
rich design in color com- the finest made snow less than factory cost. ffll
hinations so blended in -i r I Mil
the stripes that they will "'hllC y " p BUY TODAY FOR ! HQ
a be suitable for any room sxtra IarCe rolls a FUTURE USE '
ind harmonize with the leader at 35c Special your ch0;cc 0 the en. i HI
surrounding colors (50 at, each r.TP ot nt ! WoM
8 inches wide and three tire lot, at . Wtfm
vards Jong. Value, $3.50 ifft, a stk mil
i ;apch $1.89 28e 49c PI
j ONE TO A CUSTOMER. WsM
ju. S. GOVERNMENT LAND I Hi
IN THK FAMOUS SNAKE RIVER VALLEY, IDAHO I '
j Eighty Thousaod Acres I
fi Choice agricultural land, under the Carey Act, S Mffll
will be open to entry and settlement, in tho m 'flSMmW
BIG LOST KIVER TRACT. 9 MMM
I DRAWING AT ARCO, !DAHO, I
Tuesday, Scpemi3e'r 14, 1909c II
j You Must Register Between Septeniher 9 and 14. E lllsB
I If you do not take land after your number is H 'flpBH
drawn it costs you nothing. 1 'tVpSH
Title Acquired With Thirty Days' Residence J Mm
Water Ready for Delivery May, 1910. g II tH
nomcseekcrs' rates on all railroads and special rates from all fc i!n!1I
northwestern points. a "t
For illustrated booklet and all desired information, t -drill
call on or address a wT'SH
C. B. ttmlt co,o"Srocp,. Boise, Idaho J
More Med Streak Money! Ill
Wi1 rerentlv eollrted moi.oy for all of r40P3L I llFi'i'Iuil
the following: clients. Read the list; you SiaffiEr'Sfet- I iinKB
will know some of thorn. iolKSfess 8 mk ril
F. J. Titus. ISO E. tltli So., city. Kif4H I . ?H
Clara Trngea. T.2.T K. atli So., city. V3Efe.N fl W L
John IJnUln, capitalist. DIG W. ith No.. flE 'SE B
1-1 Peoples' .Moat Market. 7S3 E. -ith So.. ' H 'Sli''lB
.1. S. ArhnrkK Woods Cross, tjtah. TttJ, i B .Ifil lf'iiB
.1. G. l "a moron, capitalist. Unit.-, Mont. lliHS Jftw fl lni-if.B
.Mrs. ('. .Mcintosh. .Montpeller. Idaho. llfeiiV jLtjsv ifS H I' t'kV
So.c.iHon .fc Jnrson. tailors, city. g; K , ) M
r.oii Co-op.. Ton, irtnh. vfp jfl&V . Or g '!; H'.'l
Xott Grocery Co.. itiolmrds St., city. BT- xr I t'ti
WiiRMiT Hrwins Co., city. flKSft I
lUrs. Christian Johnson, Fountain Green, Eb&- C ' 'B
Hay I'orkliiN. 5R1 VT. ith No., city. 3ES&Z? v P i d'fhfi .'H
W. II. Coithorp. VM-.al, Htah. S i i t'H
Hncky Mountain Bell Telephone Co.. ?&!&rk& 3i& '''ft'V "iB
Jolin Kcl wards, house furnisher, tS I'. O. r ' ;;B
ii. rk5Stpn"n?on. 1130 ?o- -1th 12.. city. I I'.jl1,
J. J. Williams, jr.. West Jordan. Utah. '"-'i 1 IH
We :iro rlemonsl rating evory day that rorl streaks of honesty exist in every- E i
hotly. The fact that wc collect more money from honest lebt.s than any agency 1"
in the world, proves it. Turn In your claims nnd we will collect somo money H .iL M
for you. U W';H
MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. U '"J 1 1
Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts. Rooms 77-73-82-83-03-9'l-D5-96-97-9S-9D- t .
100 Commercial Block. Salt Lake City, Utah. FRANCIS G. 1iH
LUKE, GEN'L MGR. "Some People Don't Like Us." J ji t i JH
k HessaS:ioo Mcaos Loss .';fl
y Do not hesitate, but send us your 6low accounts W ii '1
ty'yKj.. v.nf todcy. and wo will get you uomo money. Wo may not i'Ju'' ,11
J9!ji3Sy collect all of them at once, but wo will most, cor- jRj 1
fcySiito Vijst) talnly collect part of them and liavo promises of 1! ,i! Il
Vwro'inR v H pa-mont on the b:Uanc by September 1, if you sond ' -''i'!ll
fc'wW-M'V r them In at once. Let us snd yon our folder giving "jj
, rates and references. ' i nrl
SA, "WE GET THE MONEY" iviJM
Wi WALLACE LAW & CMLECWJ CO., I
NrarHftJ & Ixk John J. "WjJloce, Manager. Phonc.T 1069, , ,,
wialiSim 3Z'S D' F' "W'Qlker dff- SaIt Lakc clty. Utah. 1 j) j ''H
jlZZ- i-T? ' l !i'A L 1 . 1 PJk1-WLUJL'-J'-J.'l'',-il.'.J.iJULy m'Jmmjm.n ju . 1 l!