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S Tl 11" SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MOUMNG, NOVEMBER 2, 1912. j5
vy vsLJlk3 LL ii
uter to be Included in Sun
..'K. thin twelve o'clock Saturday.
jI.(,NIL H LNTJ-Y r.j'Polntcl .ifflr
. Br' 0( a! c:ilns v.;ih tho dinner ut
(K (jIC commercial club for
frrcrtm Mornlnsxtiir, Mr. MOrn-JB-r
juiilns jtrnnioM U ; a MJiprl"
-.Knnr of tit' liomcomluj: of Ills wfr,
U-'Btowa jpnt tti' lnfli tlfc-r-o months
Tlifek' (ii He rat, tli-r.. alin pliiiJ
7BLVll In Mount Holyoko. The table
.Cm in t'i" sold room hi tin form of
''lIKinJ 'lie wItoI j)liic was In a color
' iHw Of J'llOW fiifl while Wlllrth Wilt
Ci.iKfffr T;iH j nllow -lit-y:untlie-
UiJw rl'coiatcd the room .'iii'I yellow
FadJcd to tlif Mhl hrftiiilfnl lonoh
-iMor. All tlir'jii;ii Hie 'llmipr th Ho-
'KjijJe orilirxtra. furnlxhed a mimical
kKini'i'1 nii'l latr whrn the dinner wis
, fBa number of vocal rolos v,tro r':ii--MViy
hc i 'J 'lr.il friends of tile ho"t
! Ltorl 1'non" them Mr.". A. .
i.K jr Charles Pliiminor. Mr.
1 Slescl. Ur.x. C. C Pally. .MIm Le-
'aiferw-Jt. Ml-1 May O'NVIi (J ;.
K" wli Mr. Tutllf and Mr. Stro
rcn'Wcd ronio fine instrumental
:1 imt Thr sii-fln Tvre: Mr. am) Mr?.
iJmyLti: Mr. nnrt Mr. well Deem.ni,
' "Bihl Mr?. W.illT O. Tut tie, Mr. ami
fc.lBsreno n. TiiitV.-, M1s"h Mlldn-d
hrlon Tin tie. Mm. A. T. aii-Cann.
t'ont Mr'"".inne, j"lls Alberta Mo-
"K i'r and Mr.1. Henry Klliipcudcr,
m K. 31. UicHK Mr. and Mis. 12. 1J.
? M"' M,,,t- 'Alr!"- M- Ji:- NViU-
It.HiBciss Watson. Ir. and Mrx. Charles
i jKiimrr. Mr. ami Mr. Ilarnld f-Moprl.-
fTJ Mrs .1. LoiiIh .Strohanrr, .Mr. and
VT-Kliarle C. Pallv, Mr. and Mr?. Al
t rJcrr. Tiof. and Mrs. William
!tMli. Miff May O'NMII, Mlj'.i Ulhfl
tjtK(n and .Mr. L. J. .tlliioti. Mi.
1IBrucM. Mr. and Mrs. Alex JChor
KrMTair. anil Mrr. Fr.inh La Zelle. Mlfia
t,?BCoroiU'. Mish Prae Kopmip, Mr. and
ySfm, ;. I)avlP. Mr. and Mih. Luomla
hop. Hr and llr.f. A. I-:. Kwlnr. Dr.
Bri Curtl.H A. Wherry. Mrf. l-:dlth
illKliarilaon. Mih. Elizabeth II. ("orn.
yHblaiv SlorehCiid, MIfs Ruby Mnii
KjJr. and Mr. A H. Pea body. Mlft
' mh flvdr, Mrs. A. ;I Huron. Miss
" Kltnnliir:', Dr. and Mrti. l-'rajicln
..'Ktr Short. Mr. and Mrs IMwnrd .1
(K-Mr and Mrn. I'harlnK C. Slncb'
"Wfc Leola ehnirh, Pror. and Mra.
W,.T. FtMinfi. Mr. and Mr.". Karl
IiMr. nnd Miv P. M. Randall. Mr.
uioBrj. M M. Tuttle, and Mrs. L. D.
ipcnSbop at the noft lapt evening v a
3 ijIMnJoyabk affair attended by u niim
'H . ahr voun? pro)ile from town as well
''-w-SKsarrfson folk. It was prceoded by
'fctr of .mall dlnnern at tho post
tfBtonn. Anions them wan n delight
TlBncr at whleh c:olonel and Mrs.
ttsyBrk 0. I'erlclns entertained a party
'WiM" piople Ineludliicr Mi.i" li'.llen
' .i.Mof Norfolk. v.hr i ibe iiist of
j"nt Hni1 Mr!- ":tl,'.v -Ionian;
ary I.unnm. Mif5 Geneve Savajso.
!tt fBorcnee llalloran. Lieutenants Par
(ittBVall arid Wcaer, and Kredcrlck
UimMV; .Ir The three town ulrln are
tuRo( Miv I'erlclns over the woelf
uiBf tii'tnToiid delightful little affairs
""fencd i i1JCir honor.
,vBjrni HuU was the aeene lat even
'.jjJKVlie usual Halloween frolle whleh
Je'cvcry year about I ho Ifallovveen
ijB"i:ot on Pie dnv Itself. The piiplla
sCiBwcl'Ool. t'fir friends and parents,
,u.-Pcits, and this meant several luin
jyBrhn ?pa'-lous rooms and the wide
Jl "JBt' ivy re Tilled with th" cay throns
lWBiJoyMl !no usual Halloween frames
-k.'17' T',n I1'11'' XVi,s "" "b'hted
titPP't-o'la u terns and hunp with bob-
0 mVIcs and pop corn and at a loti;c
.jlBJIenlHi an pics and elder.- a wlerd
'Wootl servlnyr the Rcf:l.'. In a
'Warliv another of the witch tribe
tH future for the you up peopde.
1 frBA Mrs, .John c. D. Clark cnter
' Ktiput a wore of their friends last
n rninleule at their home, in
I'ofPpf tlielr sueatH. M.r. and Mrs. R. J.
Or tjUBjf riilCHo. Mrs. I.lbhy Is a Finger
..uKIn her home, and was homd to
lcs7BaittBSc last evenintr by the fi lends
fi'cniR enough to he present.
ij'iT'jBrpman,s Republican olnb will eon
m v: -Tftlc: of afternoon teas today at
pJquarters In the Pelt building
IRSlCM!"1 ut wltk-li the women eamll
W 1,0 tl,c hostesses. Thcv aro Dr.
V AWPeW. Mn. IvJIth P.llerbcck Read,
-'".'mc "Wells Cannon and Mrs. Annie.
P' There will bo spe-iii.;s by scv-
fff KJ00 eandldates. ineludinc the
cJ i&wMwi are to he the hostesses, and
tsA BE. 1ic Sfme .-ecial mucle by Mrs.
jj l Toiit BiDwnlns.
fillwM.'",0- sisterhood will hold tho
,Yirtj)l.P6this this afternoon with Mrs.
K!,,st-V- u- J- 3r. Part will ro
r,t.eLv?" eventf and Mihs Helen Mon
,Vail'BlB.vt? rW f "Tlic Life, of
t1 fiBfi J,a?tcrli,,-
h'ililiini Cleveland, formcrlv a
lh4i Aid r,Midcnt of the cltv is ai tho
rxtiJmJh" 'or a few days on her way
ntBp "wtniShcr ohl friends here.
-CTrtfc hi ?i'i,s and Wallace, who
I PASKn L9tln;: Iutcnant nnd Mrs.
I Lacc at Fort Dotiglas, AVnl
l.ivr on Monday for their home in Minne
sota. Mr. Coorse V. Stlehl hun lastly lnvttH.
JJon ror a tea. to slven Mt hr home.
fJoiiKlaa Hveiiue. next TtmnHay i
ni'et her giient, mk Ailoon PWIHpB, of
Cuiian rtobcrt "W. Mnurn. of Kort
Houslai, leaven today for two months'
Iwivo of abaonco in the enL
MIm Carlott. Jennlnsn will ontcrtMip
thin afternoon at bridge ten at her
Mr, r;. n. Loe.khart wJH entertain at
two btldKe at her home Itf 1-edorat
Helshts on Thursday and Saturday after
noons, of next week.
Mi?5 Lueilt Pnuv-ke back fiDm u
visit of several days wll Ji Mr. Mild Mrs.
Hubert Richards at their nuich near
Mr. C. R. PearHlI will entertain at an
Informal lea thin afternoon 'for her
mot her. Mm. Davldron. at he;- home In
I lax ton pin re.
The .Saturday Niprht elub will met ibis
evenlnr with Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Weir at
ihelr homo on Fifth East street.
Mr.. Emma Rldso will add reps ilm
Monday NMkIu Literary Hub Monday
nlcht niV '( hlld Welfare," and Ibe presi
dent. Prof. a. (). Garret. Ill eondurt the
eurrent events discission. Tb n:eetnc
will bo held with Mrs. .1. Ce-ll Alter at
N'orth State street.
Dr. T5. jr. Conner, dentist, succossor
to (Dr. J. W. Kwin), 1218 Kcarns Bldg.
Was. 032. Prices reasouable; work
Saturday. 10 a. m., Pliillipa I'ongre
catinnal rlnjreli, corner Hevcntli Jiast
anil Fifth South.
ONE GOOD JOB BRINGS TWO.
That's why the ''ootury continues I"
crow, t'e.ntury Priulinjr c'o., ,".157 Poji
office place. (Advertisement)
Salt Lake Statistics
t riinrlcji It. Vaicf. Like Tolnt: Mami ll.im
mnnd, (Jr.nn.i llln.
K. C. I'.ccjc nJ Inrj: K. Bull. Salt LiV.
w. A. AVclslu. Itforlad More. J10C0.
Ktr Thoinpoii. brlrV altoratlon.
JMir.irfl JI. Street. NcIioiibc. i;t?Ii, -hi.
AVIllljin Kosufoa Sterllos, 21 South Setcntli
Wen rlTT.t, lny.
John Perl. ',r.y Oo:lin stret. liov.
rranclo Thoims .MnlW. iis Klr.luli avenue, bor.
October 31. IJir-Udvi'lu Hilary r.rJUc. 2 Bc-1-ford
villa, 1 month. Intlgr-.tlnn.
Real Estate Trannfcrs.
Salt I.RTie Ntaery Co. le rtorl:k L. Me-
DoiiiiM. pan lot .'. blDel: M, plut B J 19
IluijBon Smith ci al. lo suit Ubi Inv, Co..
lot X block I. l-'olcom' ndilltlnn 10
AS K. A. C:kVIb et al. lo IJOifl A. IC.
11 toil, jijit lot 1. block SI. plat D 00
Salt Lake Cltr Imp. Co. lo CpUiul Realty
Co.. ruit ateilou 10. towuiililp 1 south.
rupee 1 CUM. Cte 5G.S00
I. ury it. Tuom.is to Walter Romncy. lot
:t. block 13. Capitol liellim TJ
Thoman A. JUItMe. lo .lohfj Itufcon. Ion
-a .mid --!,- oskisim-i'inr-j-nilMienuoir.".: :' ' "lo"
lloffmaii Usoii. loan H Ttu-i r.n. lo M,y
stc-Uor. lom in to is, blocle I. South
Cirollnn njliJlviilon 3
l". V. V"o)(j in r.Iniy HtecVer, loto 11 to
to. WlfliH cubdh lalon o
II. C. lloffmnii anil wife lo Mary Steclirr,
lot-i II to 15. blocV I, Seventh South
Kail U. O10u?l :o Mlna 1.. CaM-.vcll. lots
tl nJ 3. blorl: 13. O.iWIcy titxllvlsloii.. 1
II. I". O'Rjrnc anil wife lo Alvln V. Ty
lo. loi.i lu una 21. bloelt 1. pUt 22.
Ht Pencil xuhdlviftloti 1.750
A. II. Snow anil wife to Xcwcl K. rslmer.
lot 0. part lot S. block 2. Lynch & tllas
mniin'n ubdlvlIoi 10
Gcorfift Saxtou ami n-lfc to CharlM J. Hov
er", part urctlon 21. toiviishlp 3 south,
rariRe I vest 750
Course Satton anil n-lfe to Jolin II, Jotin
ton. patt hecllon 21, ton'iiLhlp : fouth,
ripsc 1 eit , 750
Claienco II. Itc.vboltl ami wife lo Salt Lake
Imp. Co.. pm fectlon 2, lon'nship t south,
ranpe 1 catt. rtc 10
Corrlellii i:. ThomburK et l. lo Alfred
RowIm. lofn ". S and C, block ". plat A.
Terrace bolgbLs .". 509
John W. Ilcniflall et nl. to lll:a Mentis,
lot It. block 5. flvc-ncrr jilat A 10
t:il.i Mead-, to J. W. DcHrdall. lot P.
block r.. flve-arir pint A 10
Jott-pliltic D. Talor et al. to W, K. Dusne,
part lot 2. Work 77, plat C 30
lion nix ti lJui. Lou n k Trim; Co. to John
X. Krlr.kbnn. lom 2$ and 27. block 2.
MioIoti pitrk u
Klmbftll : Rb-lmrd Security Co. to Ktm
liall .. Rlehanbi Hull. lint; Co.. lots IS
and 1?. Uls'.ilMid park, pint R 10
Kimball & RlelunU Scurlty Co. to Jo
Koph H. smith, lola bi aod Zfi, UlehNnd
park. pl:il A CS0
Kimball & Itlcuardn Security Co. to J. TV.
N'ss and lot 23. Mock 6. Home
Cbarlm J. Riotvn and wlfo to lAtt Mar
ttnaoii. part, section 2!. tovnnliip Z south,
ranje 1 we.'tt 1.200
si Powder W
'mW j'fte only Baking Posrder made kfei
Wondei'ful Cures Reported in Germany.
Tho inc. of simple herb ni remedies intead of the more concentrated and
untiall)" more danerou inorganic snhstances, ho. heen revived very widely oi hte.
In Germany a new school of physici'mis bus arisen nhich throivs out olraoat
j "hole of the pharmacopeia end relics on nn sdaptntiou of the method of wild
noimtls in curing themnclvc V. V. H'orM.
! It w Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief conullinjj physiciin to the Invalids' Hotel and
Suriical lotitutc of Buffalo, N. V., who fir.t advocated the extended use of lomo
of our native roots, such ni : Golden seal and Oregon jjrape root, mandrake
and queen's roof, hlnck chcrrj'hirk. These nrc the chief ingredients in Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which hns been so well nnd favorably known
fot nearly half n century. A hnrmlcss cleanser tnd
stomach tonic that nature has provided.
J. Don-ai n MATny-rv- of O.vMnlne. N. V. ..!-: - I suf
ferpd for over llvo yfiar.i with vhnt tho doctors told me- wsi
dUa'rd wulWon of the utomnch, axsoclnt'd with, a rotor
rhol cnnriltlon of name, and iirri-ow heart, T had tried
noucli mix. bismuth, tjcntlan. rhuWrb. etc.. to flont a ship
and naturally thou.qbt. Uiero was no euro for m, but after
leading what, eminent doctors said of the. curative qiialltle
of tho Ingredients of 'Golden Medical Discovery ' Tsavnlr,
a fair trial. Took the 'Discovery ' and also th 'Pleafani
Pellets.' and can truthfully say I am feelint; better nor
than I have In years. I cheerfully elve. permission to print
this testimonial, and If liny d.iubtlnc 'Cboinns' wrlt03 m
T will 'put him wise' to tho b$n all-around milcfne In th
jr. O. Matde3o:i. nso. country to-day.-1
MOTEL FLAjMBEHS I
I 133-137 V.'EST 47TH GT NEW YORK CITY. B
I Just Off Broatlvay. I
H The rlzl.t kni'l of a. hottl In tho rl?ht loealltv. In He 'icnrt o? 11 S
I ihenter district and adjacent to tho chopping tenterB. Poi,ltI'.ely fireproof. 1
Exoellent culrlnc and an exceptional orehc:tra. A larea addition just com- !
I jileted. containing library, srlll and billiard hall. I
h"dlyROOM5 $1.50 FEU 3 AY
PRIVATE BATH UPWARD
I From Grand Central elation, curs marked ' Broadway" without transfer; J?
1 reuneih anl.i atalion, 7th avenue cars without transfer. Booklet upon request. Hj
H. R. SHARES, PROP. H
Record Has Only Been Ex
ceeded Twice in Thirly
The weather report. Cor llio monlh of
October, as compiled by tho local
bniiu'h of llic weather bureau, was giv
en out yesterday hy A. II. -Tliiesscn, sec
tion director. The most significant .fea
ture was the precipitation, whiph was
'2.'.)7 ine.bo?. more tliau twice I hat of Oc
tober. 1011, and only exceeded twice
siuco 1S71. In Uetolicr. lS7li. the pre
cipitation was :.'J7 inches, and in the
same month in 1SD0 it was .J.t. inches.
The jiast month Tanks next.
In both Se pi ember :ind October fbcro
was a deficiency in tcmpcarture. The
mean temperature for the past month
was I9.S degrees Fahrenheit. The nor
ma) for the month is 52.2 degrees, mak
ing the average for October about 2.4
degrees below normal. According to
Director Thicsseu. tho present fall has
boon normal in every respect. Snow
fell sooner last year than Ibis, but the
amounts for October woro the same.
The highest temperature of the month
was recorded on October IT, SI degrees;
the lowest on October 21, .'50 degrees.
Tho highest- temperature on record for
October is SS degrees, on October 10.
HU0: the lowest is 22 degrees, on Oc
tober 2S. 1S7S.
There were thirteen clear nnys dur
ing the month, fourteen cloudy days
ami four partly cloudy days. The max
imum wind velocity was forty-four
miles, on the 4th. The prevailing direc
tion was southeast.
I The bov's appetito i3 often the
source of amazement. If von would
havo such an appetite take Chamber
lain ;- Tablets. They not only create
a healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach 3ud euablo it to do its work
naturally. For sale by nil dealers.
FREED FROM DEBTS
Three bankrupt were- discharged In the
Unltrt StaleH dlstrlrt court yesterday,
and five petitioners were adjudprori bank
rupts and dates iisslgned for preliminary
hcitrinsis before referees.
TJ. "M. llannon of 451 South 1-lfth East
street, whose petition was filed July "G.
IP 1 1 . was discharged. Henry W, Re-il
of Midvale. whose petition was tiled
.March 1. 101-'. was also discharpred. Tho
third to bo released was Frank II. Coul-t-r
of this city, whoso petition was hied
April 2'.'. 19U'. , .
If. I.. Allrccl of Euroka was adjudged
bankrupt and was referred to Referee K.
IS. Corfmau for a preliminary licavlnsr. to
be hHd next Wednesday mornltip: at 10
o'clock in T'rovo At tho same time, bd
ward J I. Allison of Helper Is ordered to
appear before Ttefcrco Corfman. Ho was
ad J wised bankrupt today.
J i mes Maraldo. 1139 Martow avenue,
and Gli'man U Eastman. 201 South Main
street were the Sal: Lake residents ad
Ittdscd bankrupt ycstoKlay. They are
Uth to appear before Referee, Charles
Baldwin at 10 o'clock next Monday morn-
,nn'oy i". rrltos of Ocdn was also ad-lud-ed
bankrupt ycstaiilay and ordered
to apPOHv before Kvforeo S. T. Coir, In
OsdoP next Wednesday morning- at 10
MRS. MINN' IE GODBE
DIES IN SAN DIEGO
Word received yesterday told or thr
death nf T.trs. Minnie Godbe in sn pleso.
Cal She vac the wife of Anthony Godb-.
fotmei cnshKT of the First .National hank
o' thN Vltv. Druali resulted from failure
to rally after 'A operation.
Mrs. Godbtt was a daughter ( " i
Stenhouse and Mr.-. Fannie, Stonlwisi".
the authoress. A native of hwlt-erlund
he eame to Utuh many years ao. It
l( boUcvH that the body will be hrousht
to Salt Lake for burial.
Inhoritaucc Tax Rccolvotl
A the-k for UKU.rr. in pa.Mr.ent of tho
inherltanco twx on L'OO -hares of Lnlon
T'welfle common stock w.mi received by
the, .-ittornev son oral ycttnlay from tho
estate oi tho late James T. Hnrahiin of
t'iile;tst. Mr. JIarahun was president of
the nilnolt. C'-atral railroad.'
Judge Powers. Explains.
Editor Tribune I am pot cntlt!l to
all the credit for the reciilt in th- state
v Gustaldl. Indicated b- your dis
patch Tho raso was sulendldly proofed
bv Attorney Stott nf Kiirka. and Jndsc
.inrIoneaus, who.e Hrsumcnt was
forpiifl'- masterpieec. took th lojullns
part on the trial. O. V. POTSISS.
Salt I.aJto Cliy. JCovombor I.
WA RKTNOTON. Xo. J. The foUowlnj;
:rHii?for' at th reiuejt of the officer
concrnet are ordered:
Flrv Lieutenant T"redrirk K Wi'njn
fioni the :t-tiii Irfnntrv to th Sixth
i r"rs: I 1 itntiunt .la'-ic H 'I - 'or fiOM
' iIk- P Mi Inf intr' to t'i ,rnti,.
j t-lrM I Ifiiten.'uit, llarrj 3J iwle from
Lille f-ind Infant'-'' t' the Ninth
SENT TO JUL FOR
CfflntMPT OF COURT
Judge Gives 30 Days, lo Man
Who Ignores Order lo Pay
Divorced Wife Alimony.
Failure to obey tho order of.. Twice C.
W. Morse In the Third district court es
tcrdjy resulted In the imposition of :i
scrilenec of thirty day in the county jail
on Robert E. Ress, who appeared at yes
terday's dlvoreo matinee to show cause
why ho should not be punished for con
tempt in havlnu: failed to pay his wife.
Mi-h. Alice E. Cess, alimony.
Ross testified that ho had received cer
tain sums for labor in the past several
months, but admitted that he had sent
Ids wife jiono to support her and two
little sills. ITe had. he Hald, paid hLs
own board and provided for two boys,
tons of the eouple, which the court had
awarded to his custody when the dlvorc
was originally granted. The orisinal
court order was that Bess should pay
one-iialf of his narnln:s to his wife.
Ucforo conimlttlnp: him to the county
jail, Judge Morse said he Intended-Imposing
the full limit of the law and said
lie was sorry that tl)c stnte statutes did
not provide a heavier penalty. .'
-The dlvovce mti-tlifco yesterday "vsis one
of the longest of tl. .year, a total of
twenty-one cases. helps heard. Four in
terlocutory decrees were granted and
five final decrees were, awarded. They
were ax follows:
Interlocutory decrees were- slvcn to
Mllllo Keylonds from William IT. Rey
loncis, Jane E. Barnard from Joseph J'ar
nard, Eeolco Allen from George M. Allen
and A. H. Culver from May W. Culver.
Final decrees were granted to John W.
Edmonds from Tressie A. Edmonds.
Hazel Maw-son from Robert Mawson,
Anna Rrown from Charles Brown, Metha
Hill from George 1III1 and Irma L. Barber
from Miles K. JJarbcr.
Ts vonr husband cross1? An irritable,
fault" finding- disposition i often due
to a. disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly alwavs good
natured. A great manv have been per
manently cured of stomach trouble, by
takinr: Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale
In all dealers. ( Ad ertisement.)
SUNDAY ICE CREAM SPECIAL,
A new and an exceptionally delicious
three-layer combination In the fol
FRENCH CARAMEL ICE CREAM.
CONCORD QRAPE SHERBET,
VANILLA ICE CREAM.
Regular price Is DOc per qt. Delivered
Sunday, Nov- 3rd.
At 50c Per Quart
It pays to deal with the firm that
makes the pre-eminently superior kino".
Phouo Wasatch 135, or Ex. 33D,
Gray Hair Re$tors$
"WALKUTTA HAiR STAIN" .
JuVfcrVw PlM'bU H. Ir or Mwislacbo
.yA n yJUi. l-ir.irlinecul. Glrccany h-irfs .
litnn Llahl Brow.i lo Blnek.
"vJSf'lft'l Doc net vrih or rub olf. Uca- '
ffy HU IaIuj no polsonx and In not rX"f ,
" ncr eru-;j- aold hy nil drujl-lr.
or-KOwlll scnJ roti a Irtal Sii foi 20c, poip3id,
lre tro elIit Pino a much) toe. If jour drurjljl
ion't cll It JCiid direct to w. Send tlio jellou
wrappcr from fo hollies porthar:d from a dnisalu
mid wo will clvc you a f'jll-iln tiolilo Tor noililnc.
WALrtuTTA co., ::qb ci.rh flv.. st. Lcui., m,.
For tale by Sacuruiin-Jonon, Diujra,
The Denver & Rio Grande
Efrcctivn M-y 10, 1012.
I'rovo, Maji'.i, Marnvalc S CO a. m. I
Mld-ojrj and Rlngham 7.15 tu m.
Denver. Chicago and East S.3oii. m.
Park City S:0 a. m.
Ogdn and Intirmtillato polntn.. 10:33 . in.
Ogdiu. San l"r.ini:lsco. rortlnd.I2: 10 p. m.
Ogdun. Sun Fi-xnclseo. Portland. p. m. '
Mldvalo and 131imliiJ :-i p. m.
tonvur. Ch'-'-ar-o unci Kant 5.!0 p. m.
Provo. Sprlagvllle. Tint:'; I:o0p. ra.
Denver, Clucugo and linpt...... 7:00p.m.
Ogden. Portland ami Seattle ..11:10 p.m.
Ogdc-n. San Francisco, Loa
Ansclcs 8:I0a. in.
Tlntle. SprlnEr-lHo. Trovo . . . .10:20 n. m.
B'.ngh'irn and MIdvalo lfl:30u. in.
Denver, Chicago mid East.. . ,1:;5 p. m.
Ogdcn and lntcrm.-dlut points. 2:10 p. nu
Duiiver, Chlej;o and Eatt -;30p m.
Ozdon. sih l'raii'lPco and Wcat l;5Jp m.
Park Oily anil lnlermcdint
points ... h an p j-
Klnglmni ajid Mldv-l aj jn.
Provo, Mi'Jitl, Mai8Mlo . . 'j '0 p. in
Ogdcn. ta.u f rauci".'3, Portland. 8.G0 p. ra.
Denver. Chicago and Eaut . ...lu.55 p. w
Phono VVnntch 25rU I
11,11 p t iiiinriin ' r mi iiiiiuli- mm -i limjm,
a -it - ' n I -.-I--H
That represent more value for H
your money than any shoe made. $5.00 worth H
of the best style, best shoemaking, best material. H
These shoes are the best in the market today, H
as we have paid the advance in price to main- S
tain the quality. 1 H
WE SELL !
Nearly cvejy pair oC tliera arc the Kueelaud make GUARANTEED H
ol: South Braintrcc, -Mass.,, in the heart, ol: the good HOSIERY jH
shaa making belt. . W.c.hae .been selling KuceJand shoos - FOR MEN AT H
I for over fifteen years, and we have rarely if over had a jQNEY SAVING- H
pair go bad, and ii: wc have had wc gladlv gave a new IH
pair free. ' VALUES M
Yours UlRfPURfl A M'Cthe shoe
I 118 South Main. Look for the revolving window display.
mill in miimmumi iiwTTrrTTiwrrT-niTrTTTTTTTr-rMrTiinmT iiiiimn n n w---7TTT-T-nT--i H
For Fall Planting S
Quality considered our
I prices arc not undersold 1
anywhere in America. 1
Prompt Delivery 1
g Phono Wasatch 1071 or 8
1072 for free catalogue. 1
I CALL AND SEE US I
Q 27; SO. STATE ST. ft
IT Sranday Special I
FLAVORS 3 LAVEFJ3
BANANA IOB ORUAT-T, CON- I
CORD GRAPE SHERBET AND 1
RIOII VANILLA ICE OREAM I
Delivered to your homo for 1
KeeEey See Cream So. I
N 260 STATE STREET. G
Two PhonosCC-iO, 322-1. H
B Prompt Delivery.
I w PREDICT 1
I 9j Some cold weather in the very near. ifl
I UUrC' BE READY H
I' I Moore's Firekeeper I
B The one heating stove that absolutely
B pays for itself the first winter.
Tfie &aff Lafec I
REDUCE YOUR LIVING EXPENSES BY USING H
"Carnation" Butter 1
Hef ail Price 35c I
"CARNATION" BUTTER IS MADE FRO: H
PURE, SWEET CREAM. H
GET OXE OF OUR PRKTTY SKYBN-PIEOB DIN"- H
NER SETS FOR 25c and TWENTY-FFVli COUPONS. H
POUND IN THE CARNATION BUTTER. H
Nelson & Kicks Co. . I
Not in any butter trust.