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. . -., THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JsOVfcMBhK 1, 1913. ... lM
5 i WIS JPPEJL
SUPREME OOUHT
Lj z Molds Thai Final
1 Wcc Decree Granted
1 I Wife Is Valid.
oj) 3 LEGAL DISPUTE
! Involves Matrimonial
bles of Couple Each
Past 60 Years,
-went of the Third district
affirmed vei-terday hy the su
yrt In the divorce cnac of
riirlstlna Plhe n?alnst William
dilrh the former was awarded
tree of divorce.
t liafc been In the courts Mnce
HO. when Sirs. Pike Med suit
; on tlic ground of non-Fupport
j'. An Interlocutor.- decree wjs
er on January C. 1011. and
s final on September S. mil.
gve notice of appv.n 10 the
:ourt. Pllic appealed on No
,. 15I t
ic Hie of tho cc Pike
.minv difficulties with the court
Rfn noymrnt nf alimony and In now
fl"' ountv Jail for a fnjlure to make
i ticntF. Poth 1'iirilcH lo the case
Mil t than SO years of nsc.
' litted to Jail.
l iiv Be 21. 1M2. P" refused lo pay
orw 7 for months' iilimony anil
i fitted lo Jail. Before he ronliHil
OH donh-, however, he decided
Jp he amount.
,,vJ' Un'o weeks ago he refused to
u:' tlic rn du for alimony, and
kk In ordered lo pa or he eommll-
1 W II. Th time he went lo jail.
! wli ir ritnl out a writ of huben.
' t .'
corpus, declaring that ha uH wrongfully
detained, and that hl confinement cou
HUluttiJ cruel and iiihimihI punlHlimont.
Nesif-rdny motning ilu- hearing on tl-
writ of habeas corpus uhiiui before the
Mipreme court, but wim pumpoiied until
halurdav next, on roun.mt of .. U'. CarS
boii, aUorii( for Mr. Pike Later In
th" duy. Hie opinion iiffirmliip; the Ju.1l'
mont of the lower court In awaiOInp
llpal decree to Mm. Pike wan handed
down.
Final Decree Valid.
The opinion which was written hy
Justice W. M. .McCaily. and com urrn-J
In by C'hiul Jumiec Filck and Aswoci&tA
Jiitttk-e St roup, iocIIcm that the appr.il
was not Hied within sK month's afhr
tho llllmr of the Interloculoiy
ponce the court h.ul no Jurisdiction a
Iq that decree. R v.-mm llled in time,
however, to -or. for Jurisdiction liivolv-In---
the validity of the iluul
cliidliip the opir.lons sayn:
"The aPlTiiiiieiii! ol error refer uiilv
to (he llndiiigri or (act uixl nmcliiiii.;..
nr law upon wlili-Ii Hjc Interlocutory
decree I buncd. No claim is made that
(he Him I dvcrco In not supported hy rlnd
li!t . of fet. and conclusion .ul uw.
N'f i Us validity otherwise chjtllrij.'d
liv the atklgiimcul of error. Tl'-iru ;
l? nothing before this court, for !'o lew,
the judgment Ih aifJrmed."
HALLOWEEN FROLICS
GENERALLY ORDERLY
The members of the police department
put In a few strenuous hour. hist night
looking aftrr the behavior of peace
dJEltJrblm: ppook's. rov.d" smytl bc's nd
a few lillarlouo ?ro up..
No serious casctf of de.tructlon of
proporty was reported last night. Four
teen drunkH wore locked In ths city
jail to yober up. The names ot a num
ber ol boys accused of disturbing citi
zen. More taken am will be reported to
the Juvenile officer--.
S. t'nderwood and IT. "prlnprr. travel'
ln' men were arre?led shortly after
midnight on a chars e of dlbturhlnc the
peace. Thuy furnished 10 enph ball
each, the while proteptinc thai they oid
nothing woiro than pull the matk from
the face of a map niaiucraillu as a
woman In Maxim'? cafe. The.- were lold
to explain to Judge J. M. Bowman at 1!
o'clock today.
Patrolman Anderton eslabllshcd a ne'
half-mho record when he cn light and held
to the bad; of a buppy In which several
youncsterrt were Jny-rldlns don Second
Foulh at Twelfth Kkt street wilh noth
Inp for n horse other than an Imaginary
ulich mounted on brooniiilek. The
polli email held on until tho huspy stopped
on the level groupd and fet the boys at
the tank of pulling ' the vehicle back up
the bill, h distance of tour blocks.
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5s IWBUNE RACING FORM CHART
wfci J;
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' p.' TfoHlDt Juicr. H. Morrltprj. Slarifr.
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'hlij! 'nitPT HAfC Kut'jrlly conrtr. Hnlllup. Three. cir-olds nd Uiard. Ncl vuluu to
llltt inucr JW. foni $35. third 115.
03 !ii 2i Wt". 6t. U U U Sir. vl Jockey. Op. CI.
ut'j fD s 'M in 2i 25 in mil"; i i
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a i,VtInf ? n "-3 ln-. Schiiddfr S-3 cho-v. Wlnnr till;, hj lUbnockhiirii-
r a" A" "risif j Uy J. Sri). BTlrh-n. MSOO Arthur I ymaii. 1W. St.iiullni: start per-
!ftf 1 f 1 ff-ond and Iblid ahip. Illfili mlir. Zlukand C-.".; li.hl;rrrn 1S-D. Winnr
N'rrT" :i Vl? J, bl'! I'vrTilshi. Iislilsrcn :. Clcrold t. rrlnco i lnknn0 iiy Hm
irtii '"' sU fle1'1 ln ",c ,,t'1'"- winning vciy c.ly at thr rnd. Dorlmi Prince
(nk Ul'"1 n(,n '!on lUt 'rrti:li, hrrklnr; sronpd to ths Inner. Ann Schneider
ipB ih-onc:io; Pahlsieti uenble lo nm In the coins.
lmV 'vsCONf) fUnv rhe Mrlonea. ?cllln?. Tlirec-jcir-olds mid iipVvipl. Net vluc to -
aMfc E-lZTT" wTTTt. n n !; str. rinT j07kerv''::r:op. c'i7
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If i! 11.11,; .11,,n. i00.1 0In''', ROlncdonn tho backflretch. otood ntl lilr oppoiltlon
rtSrf lr.tr St ? 2m . U,ffU,y dMH eio-Jtly In th T.orn of the xoinc oo the
vH3 I c.keiKl poni t tho flnijh. rrtty Pale hoV.l oroe rtrly
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jm i;ar. on the iH. tjegn tu hnig t Hie paddofV s'o .1 II. K:td cloc up all
tAdTrtUmintt
Ii Days of High-Class Racing
GiS OCT. I 10 IH!, NOV. 9
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Mupae60 hor5' r1ddon by Mmoue Jockpys, . rurr th beautiful 1
fY 6CHEUTER.S ORCHE3TRA--WsT hVMP. M. I
' 4 tr'n' Vla the Sa,t Lnke cnd Dden Rf'wy (BamBeroer 1
Y knt i tracl. Sperlal train without atota to the track at 1:30 p. m. 1
' RiTl?1et,,ate,' "rtcr l2al race, Admlnlon, includlrg return trip: 1
g25 LADIES tlM I
JTvla8tgw ih ,eti.?i.'i.r.'j., j y - '. narjg'.j "
WOWIflN'S PRESS CLUB
HOLDS CELEBRATION
Twenty-first Anniversary of
Organization Is Appro- i
. prialely Observed.
The Utah 'TVornan's Pre&s club met in
the ljlshop'a 'builfJIng hut night to ee!e
brnte tho. IWcnjty-tliiH anriiversnry of thi
organization. ; It was the regular annual
election find business meeting of tho
club and after thn bimlncsa was ntlended
to the, mcmberd discused hooks that
havr; been written by tormer rm-mncrj
of the club and bv oilier women willerS;
of tin- nineteenth century.
Amanda Don made' ;i .r-s-nta,.l&:i
fpeeoh In behtilf of the club and gave
to f.r. Jane w. Skohleld. president -f
the club durlnc tho prist year, um
brella Maud and a book that w, writ
ten by Cinmeltnc B. U'ells. found i and
honorury presldtiiit of the club. Mimical
jiclectlon.s were slvon hy .Marian M. Cnn
non and Ma.rlnKraucl2.
The officers clect'-'l ri: Dr. Jane W.
Skolt'.cld (re-elected), president: Amanda
f-'. Done, first vice president: Dr Ellison.
Shlpp. secotid vice prefldent; Marguerite
Blalto. recording Hccrclary; Matia Fran,
els, correspondlptr hecretary; Emma 1C.
Jenhcii, treasurer; Lucy A. Chirk, historian.
MNff IT BiER OF
BRYPJICBOS
Pioneer of 1S4S Is Tenderly
Laid in His Final Rest
ing' Place.
In the prcpcnce of an audience that
taxed the capacity of the Eighteenth
ward chapel and Included nifny dfgni
t a flea of tho Mormon church, funeral
services for Henry Phincas Richards, plo.
nccr of ISIS, were held yesterday at
'J p. m.
Seven .speakers, among them Ptesl
dent Joseph F. Smith, paid tribute to
the exemplary life and character of Mr.
Richards. The services were conducted,
by Bishop Thomas A. Cluusoii. The
other speakers were Joseph S. Wells--. Wil
liam G. Furrell, Apostle Ilobcr J. Grant,
Dr. J. 15. Talmage and Bishop George
Romncy.
"Farewell All liarthly Honors" and
"Not Dead, but FJoeping" were sung by
the Pyper-Whitney quartette. A solo,
"Face to Face," was rendered by Hor
ace s. lOnshrn. Tlic opi-nlng prayer was
offered by Joseph is. Taylor and the bene,
diction by John M. Knight. The pall
bearers, irrundsoiiH of Mr. Richards, were
Leslie Mai-Kctts, Clark, Henry. WlnfJcld
and Harold Young, ami Lilclan Ray. In
terment was In the City eemeterv. The
snivc v.as dedicated hy W. W Hltcr.
mm STORE IN
SPLEIIM ROME
Opening Is Attended by
Thousands; Is Magnifi
cenlMnslilulion. .
The Auerbch company's new depart
ment store at. the northeast corner of
Slate street and Broadway was opened
to the public yesterday afternoon at 1
o'clock. Hundreds of persons purser)
through the entire ylx ntoilca of the build-1
ing, and those who had at 'first doubted
the possibility of making a practical
store out of the historic Knutsi'ord hotel
structure marveled at the success thai
has resulted from the work of only a few
months.
Promptly at 1 o'clock the mamivftmeui
of the storo KpenotI wide Its duuis. and
the crouds that had gathered were ad
mitted. The manlfici.-ut splendor of tin
now ntoro has previously been det-crlbod
In these columns and needs no furtlu-r
omment. An orchestra provided music
throughout the afternoon and evening,
while the vl.Mtors Inspected the new storo
from top lo bottom.
Not only is the now Anerbach store
an absolute and complete transformation
of the once noted hostelry, but It Is also
a transplanting of one of the popular
department sloror In the oilv- The In
tailor furnishings are elcgunt and repre
sent the lost word In convenience and
equipment. The window displays on the
wost and south front aces ol the siorp are
elegantly trimmed with choice selection:
from the stock, and constitute, the bus
et window dlspla.vs in Salt Lake at the
present time .
The grand opening took plare In the
form of a reception to Iho public, and
laeted until 10 o'Hoek t night. Although
tlx- new store rc prompts a wide exten
sion of businp.5 and Is stocked with tlie
fltiei goodrt and war-os. the Auerhurh
'omp."iny. hh m the pfi?i.. will eater tu thi
pr.pular tiadp at popular prb-is. Judr
.Inc from the pitblle opprovnl dlsplaved
frcfterday and it night. Hie flr.-t store
to opfp In the new retail district, offer-',
high promise of the future success of
that sclhm. und will stHtid as a monu
ment marking the huslnedi growth and
c.piiiiti!on of the city.
MINOR THEFTS ARE
REPORTED TO POLICE
Only thcfli of u minor lulur were re
ported to the police veFlerriay. The
. profffene. was for clothe.
1 int narrlf.on of tht Air.crbtui rooming
I'Oiisc 'iropl.ilutfd lo the police yesterday
i it. tit 'omeonc had utolett a coal itnu pair
'f trousers from his room.
R t". Hichs nf the Toumlite hole! rc
i P rtri tin l"s of mi overcoat,
I C. 1 1. McNanuhl of the Vh-tor hotel
i "cportfd the losis of a raincoat.
A. I. Clayton of. i; trcel rom
plnlned lute ipyt night that a cushion
and oht bad been stolen from bis auto
.11. bile -iilie it watj tu!id!ng at K street
jnd First avenue.
Will Clnanse P.cucrvolr.
Afangenjents hae been made by th
Itv water dePiirtmont to wnh out and
'thoroughly clean the Capitol VRll resrvdr
ISuudftv tnornltig. It is n custom of ih
1 tlepartmci.i to clean the reservoir at rtig
;ilar Intervals to prevent the growth f
if'JhSTl n t'le -W'ter.
Ohildren Cry
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WILL INTEREST f
I ALL HOUSEWIVES i
TELEGRAM NOV. 2.
TRIBUNE NOV. 3. j
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SNOW DRIVES WORKMEN
OUT OF MOUNTAINS
The construction crew on thi Lake
Phoebe reservoir dam si the head of the
Big Cottonwood canyon was forced to
abandon the work for the winter yes
terday because of tho heavy snows that
have fallen In the mountains since Tues
day. Five t'cet of snow had fallen when
the men left yesterday.
The foreman. A. L. rhillps, and two
men remained behind to pack away tools
and camp materials for the winter. They
will break camp tomorrow. Flvo men
c-nvte In yesterday.
Not having heard from his men for
more than a. week. Superintendent C F.
Barrett of tho water works deportment,
was planning to make a trip lo Lake
Phoebe to Investigate. The five men
entered his office at tlic city and county
building Just as he was about to lea-vc
for the canyon.
The men report that Iho snow storm
"till rages and thut If it keeps up the
entire tump and d.atn jvlll be burled In
l few thus.
AH operations on the dam will be sus- :
pended until spring.
Done, to Deliver Address.
State Insurance Commissioner Willa.nl
Done yesterday telegraphed his accept
ance of an Invitation to address the
Minnesota Conservation congress In Mln-n.--a.polis,
November Mr. Done will
lull: on fire prevent Ion. ghltig n speech
jdmilar to the ope made last August at
the Trausmls.slst.lppl Commercial congress.
Social Lions
Monarih- of all tbcv sur ev our
Evcnioff Attire.
In 1 ul! Droits. Tuxedo "nnt.5 ami
Waistcoats we're ccttinjr the Social
Lion's share ot' the 'panon's busi
ness. This i amply attested hv our lat
est contributions o tho pleasure ot'
tlic eveninc the uinnor tho thea
ter the dance.
The individnaHtc of FIoh?nn-KiU-us
porfcetly tailorod and eorrccfly
modeled Garments only harmonize
with HpUt laucbtor aud the entrnne
ii)2 Prcsi '!uh show.
And our prices are far belovr the
ground floor stores.
Hokon-Keiius Co. j
UP STAIRS MATN. ,
Clothe?; Shoj) at Pojtofllco Place ,
Come Up and Save Ten, j
OREGON SHORT LINE TIME CARD.
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 29, 1312.
Oepari, Dally. Arrlv.
7,1R A JUT Ogdi. Malad, Denver. Omaha. Knia Q ton A TU7
.J.U A. JW. . city. Chlcaso. San Franclnco. Ely nd in. f.U A. 1U.
termcdlata polntf,
8:00 A, M. .,0t&t8b&nSiPoa- . . 10:00 P. M.
9:00 A. M. . Motor, otden. . , 5:00 P. M.
10:00 A. M. . Ocden and Jatermedlati, polaM. . . 6:50 P. M
11:40 A, M..vr,ana lrtur,'!' Ch,C4t!-.. 3:15 P. Iff
11:59 A. M. . .Lo' 'htcSS- ch,ca'0' . . 4:45 P.M.
l:05P.M..Ovr,"a ato:tolF5S", fcew". 2:65P.M.
2:45 P. M. . Ot.Setu Bolae. Portland. Butt . . 4:50 P. M
2:45 P. M. . Ogden. 8an rraneKeo. . . 6:50 P. M.
3.30 P. M. MotorOgden, Brlfham. .. 9:15 A.M.
4:30P.M...da' wffiimintSSS5SiSlUy' MlUaa . .11:30 A. M,
Orden. Denver. Omaha. Chicago (Park
5:30 P. M. . at'- Green n,,, WMt onlr " . .12:40 P. M.
6:00 P.M.. Motor. Osden. ... 8:00 A. M
11:45 P.M.. Otden. Belse. Portland Butt. .10:30 A. M
City Ticket Office, Hotel Utah. ToleDhone. Exchanfl 15.
I PRIVATE CURE FOR MEN I
igPJW "WORN OUT," DISEASED MEN
I jBUsBRXB fck. ' want you men In vhon are sown the
1 JBSf seeds of early follc. later excesses or
I mlsSEt disease, you whose falling memory, lost
1 vigor, wrecked nerve, lame back, dls-
1 33yieV 1 ordered stomach, warn you disease is at
1 M-SKsl I work undermining your physical, mental
1 frj&r LTararri sft nd vital powers, to call a.t my ofIcoi
I &&Sjj$wr "s3m& and learn of my methods of curlnu the
1 WbS$zeE2? t&S&F diseases of men after all others have
I WmH fil failed entirely. I make no chara? for ry
H Tf NT, counsel, and If I accept your case, will
I ! 4 J I guarantee you a perfect and permanent
nt Jmmm. certainty of cure
T r IS WHAT YOU WART
If 5Jfvw Any man who is diseased and dlscour. I
Sfezalm aged today has no one to blame but him- ffi
R JL s -$&g&Pf self. There Is nov absolutely no excuse
ft Ctf L for a man to allow himself to gradually
I 4l!&ftmUSEh. 1 Jb waste away In the clutches of a Private
Q tfHMOTmgclg v OslNNlW Disease. If you arc a sufferer front a
I TjfitifflCTai&iCrlAA which you should vell knov
I ntffi TKiVyiaffMCTgraTOwill In time make a total physical
1 tflffl4SajQSr S3IE iSBfflraBSI.vrcck of you. you may attribute your
1 . . present condition to one of two things, ,
I 1 BiM FOR Mt vlr.: You either have failed throunh
I 1 ",M ' neglect to give yourself the attention
1 MODERATE CHARGES which you well know your condition de. ,
I FAIR DEALING mands. or you have never placed your. j
I FAITHFUL SERVICE self In the hands or a Specialist. Compc-
I AND LASTING CURES tent and Reliable Specialist. It requires
B ate rpoii:n'jr for mv lmnien.c more than ordinary ability to euro any
ft pt-.ii-ii. e. tlie laigeyi in tbls city. one of the diseases of which I have made
t'onsult fie best, a life work and specialty.
I I Cure All Slood -md Skin Diseases Never to Return.
I I Cure Nervous Debility; No Stimulant. But Permanent.
1 I cum All Urinary Dlse.es Without Surgery tn Any Form.
I I Cure All Complicated and Associated Diseases of Men.
I THE ACKNOWLEDGED LEADING SPECIALIST FOR MEN
1 Men roskf no mlstaky when the "ome to u? vr gh ytra tht results of
1 Ion? cp4rier,ce lionet ontlentlour work, and thi b'.n semen that monr
can buy. If v (j 4tc yHins. cons-ill is. ledi"lne:j furnished in our prlvutt
E :borat-t v from Jl -i to SG.iu . r.oure.
B If i'i iinnot .-Mil. write for sclf-f .m.na.ton blank Hour. 3 A M f-
I T M di'L . N'inrtn? to I" otil ,
SALT LIKE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
E 159 1-2 South Main Street, Salt Lake Cjty, Utah. v
SECRET -SOCIETIES
MASONIC NOTICE -VAATt'vPLlJ' iH
No. 1. F. and A. M.. will hohl j -P' 1
memlnr Frldav veRli?r. NovomrT ' ' H
7-30 o'clock. Work or. the V C. di-s
Quallllel Masons cordially Invited. L'
order of the W. M. A. J. Lowe, f(c iH
ACACIA LODGE NO. 17. P. & A. M
Masonic temple. First South and Sec-
ond East. P.sular meetlnca first Eatur- iH
day of month. Members of ltrr ledges
and sojournlns brethren cordially Invited
It. C WKJMT. W M
F. A. MeCAUTT. Secret ar-. xJTSO
EL KALAIT TEMPLK, A. A? 6TnM S
Regular seaalons held at Masonic iH
temple, corner Serond Uant and First
bouth. the third Wednesday l:i
month. Sojourning nobles !nv!tel to at . PJH
tend. C. II. Fischer. Ul.. Potentate. J
M- MarrlotU 111. P.ccorder.
.It . AHGENTA LODGE NO 3.
, F AND A. M. At Mao-.
'c temple, corner Seond K pJH
ind First South streets, fix"
tr v Tuesday of each month plH
Members of slstof lodKes and sojourning PJH
brethren invited. N v,'. Hewetf. W. M . ftH
Moaea C. Phillips. Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE No. C. A. jH
Masonic ltall. jecnd Mondar eaeh BPPJ
month, corner First South and b'e'-ond PPJ
Earl. Members of clalet lodsea and so- jppH
Journlng membore In good standing la PPJ
vlted. G. R. Tearsley, W. M-
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F A 7C-
Ma?onlc temple, coiner First South and sPl
Second East. Rcsular me'.tnea sccnd sPH
Friday of each month. Members of PH
fitter lodgss and sojourning Nrcthten PpH
cordially ln7lted. T. O. Ltatherrood. W. PH
M-: A. J Lowe, Fecretary.
A LINDS CHAPTER NO. Pfl
gk 1. Order of Eiat.rn Star HH
feA Masonic. temple. Stated mM
metnca firat Friday ppH
acn month. Ylsittnx pipH
Jfea members will rceclv a ppH
mr 4 cordial welcome. PjjPjjI
JENNIE R- BRECKON. PH
W. M ; NELLIE T-
SPENCER. Secretary-.
V ' MIJ2PAH CILVPTER NO.
- ?. Order Eastern Star. PpH
Jt&$& Stated meetings Nt ppH
3&7i2$M Mondny of each month pH
-TOTisV Masonic temple, corner pH
rv3 Second EhkI ond First pH
W South. Visiting members pH
v cordially Invited. PPJJH
GERTRUDE E. BENJAMIN. VT. M- PH
LOUISA STEWARD. Sccrtar--
T ELCTACUAPTER NO
Pjk. tr ?, Order Eastern Star ppH
jrajW SlxttfO mevtlngx ihl.l pH
Tuesday of ach moti pH
'-iSflibv Mot.mlu temple, carne' ppH
IAaL t'.-o!iii East and Mrs' pH
W Swutii Vp!tlns memberj ppH
Y .orrl!ally hiv'.lcd- PH
LUCENA MAl'.CKL. W. M- pH
MARY L. TAYL-Cn. Hecretary PH
A. A. S. RITE--THE FOPit CO-ORUl"
nate bodlca of the A. A KU-J of I f" pPB
Mat-onry will held 5tfttj' Mie-tlnps t'i ppH
third Thursday In a: :t tnnt:i at the M" pH
t-onlc temple, couki Flr" South und -'- pppj
ond East. Sotoiii plmr m-o-tipn Invited ppH
L, H. IIav.ll,-. iz. JM
N. M- Jordan lodge of Perfection No, X
M. is. Lipiiiuu. PjjPjjI
W. M. James Lowu Chttptur of uost ppH
Croix No. 1. PH
Charles R. Jack. K. C C H- PH
Commander of Snlt L-ake Council of Ki- PpH
doKh No. I- PJJPJjI
C. H. Fisher. 32d drs jH
M. of K. Confletory No. 1- pH
Grald R Yeurnley. .12d de? PH
Register for all th bodies-
UTAH COMMANDERS NO. 1. KNIGHT
" Templar Stated conclave held In Ma ppH
sonic temple, corner Second Evst and Pppj
First South, the flret Tlnirndaj- of ea.ch ppj
month. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially (pH
Invited to attend. PJH
F. C. RICHMOND. E C
E. O. LEATHER WOOD. Recorder. PPB
UTAH CHAPTER. NO. 1. a A M kH
Stnted convocation second Wednedav PPH
In each month nt Mnsonlc Iin.II, corpe PPH
Second Eart and First South streets. ppH
Companions cordially Invited. John T jPPI
Breckon. IF. P.; Moses C- Phillips, Se?r- PH
tary. ' jPPPJ
Indopendant Order of Odd Fellows pH
JORDAN LODGE NO. 3. 1. O. O. V -
Meets every Monday night at I. O. PJPjV
O. F. temple. Vibltora invited. C. Cam- PJPS
eron. N. G. : A. L. Weaver. V. G ; W T PH
Hopkins, secretary. &K.17 PH
I. O. O. F TEMPLE DIRECTOP.T kH
Subordinate ledge meet na follows: PjPjV
Salt Lake lodgf. No. 2. Friday. PPJH
Enterprise lodge. No. 15, Tuesday.
MIRIA.M REBEKAU LODGE MEETS PH
first and third Saturday evenings of PPPJ
each month at T. O. O. F. temple. o2175 fH
NAOMI REBEKAU LODGE NO. 1 IkH
Meets every second and fourth Satur- PjjPjjh
day evenings of each month at Odd Fel- IPPJH
lotva tempi. Market st. ti3533 pH
Knights of Pythias. PkV
CALANTHE-MTRTLb LODGE NO- 1 . PH
K. of P. Every Monday. K. of p. hall. PPB
12.1 E. 3rd South. Frank Erath. C. C; feH
N. W. Sonncdocker, Kr. of R. and S. PH
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO 3 PkV
Every Thursday, evening, K. of P. hall, PPPJ
161 2nd EaU Harold Holmes. C. C; S PPH
N. Randolph, K. of R. and S.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. CS. IC. OF P. PkS
Meets every Saturday evening at 3 PPPJ
o'clock in K. of P. hall, 123 E. 3rd South: P
eotrttnee- Linden hotel. L- C. Shaw. Jr. PPPJ
C. C; A. O. Garrett. K. of R and S.
ROYAL ARCANCM. SALT LAKE COUN-
ell No. 1517 Second and Fourth Wed- PPPJ
nesdays, K or P. hall. 123 E.ist 3rd South) PPPl
rtrceL Walter E. Jones, regent; E. L. PPpi
Jones, secretary. PPB
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OF THE5 PH
World Salt Lake City lodge No. 259. PPH
meets In the Moose clubroom. 222 South PPPJ
Wst Temple street. Thursday nights. PPPJ
S:I3 o'clock- PPPJ
GEO. A. WHITAKT5R. Dictator. PH
S. R. WELSH. Secretary.
PORESTERS OF AMERICA MEET Ppfl
flmt and third Tucsdayn each mnth PPPI
at Eagles hall. H- A. Welling. F. S. PH
31134
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES, S.UJT Pkfl
Lake City tenl No. 2. -Every Thura- PPB
day. I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting Knights -PH
PPH
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLEsT MPPJ
8a)t Lake aerie No. 6. Every Friday. tssH
6 p.' m . Eagles hall. iiPH
GREAT SALT LAKE CAMP NO- 10071. jPPJ
M. W. A. Meets every Monday night at PH
S o'clock In th Odd Fellorrs temple. P. jLPPH
O. place. Visiting neighbors cordially lo- PPH
vlted.
EXCELSIOR CAMP'NO. 10S32, MODERN
Woodmen, meets Tuesday evening In PPH
M. W. A. hall. 161 Main st. Visiting PPB
neighbors welcome. C. D. Smith, V. C : PPpB
J. W. Ewln, clerk. PPH
UTAH CAMP NO S38. W. O, W. kH
Wednesday evening. F. O. E. hall, 183 PppB
S. W. Temple. Vlsltlns nelxhbon wel- PPH
come. Jesse H. Collins. Consul; E. W. PPPH
Hall. Clerk. feH
FOR WEAK WEN I
t ANIMAL. SKTtUM IS PPH
1KDICATED. PPPJ
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saw European sutb- PPP
fcltoe baj pio- PPJPJPJPJ
rliti an tqqiltr rapH PPP
auctrjital PJPJPJPJPJI
am til far a it PJPJPJPJH
vtial W.kara. PPJPJPJPJ
rat Vairt. Raaitur. PJPJPJPJPJI
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(liatat- yoa pPJPJPJPJPJPJPJ
Of balp J3't hill PJPJPJPJPJI
Call oac a: iJPJPJPJPJPJpJ
pH
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ail 7 from l.tioStue; raalsrv PJPPPPJ
; u I; auoear troa 10 ta 11. ijpjpjpjpjpj
FTAT3S MEDICAL, CO.. PPPPJPI
aoaraa 1-U. SO So. Mala. j pPPH
: J PJPJPJPJPJI
You want n direct route to tho cuj-1 pH
torn or, tho man who rents, the man
who buvr Have you tested the WanU, H
Adsf You know their efficlencj If;' pH
vou Iravp; but if you have noRlQCtedg PH
tbem, there's every reason whi 70a t HLH
should eat busy at once. Thoisandi H
t tt Want Ada.

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