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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MOR.N'ING, NOVEMBER 4, 1912. 5 ...
Eret and Fraternal Societies
entices for Fratornal ncvrs
fflfrflOOld bO left ffiththft
Kfftor not later than mlclnic
til Danish Brotherhood.
iML lodcr will holft lis regular Eenil
iK m.otinK n'M Friday evening at
h fcom I" the Odd Fellow build -tyK
Trcviouly reported, t.ic nmusc
fciKmmlttco will entertain the UxJko
IK with a smoker iiticl piosrnmmc
K cioslni? of lodge. All members
Mftd to attend the meeting.
m. Royal Highlanders.
Kko. 33S gavo n Halloween dauce
K- evening at the new hall In the
Eh liulldlngr. Prizes for costumes
warded to Miss Pctro and Clans-,
Eorca Peake. Tho next reyulur
Kwill be held next Tuesday.
lM Order of Owls.
fake nest No. 1 GT J met last Wcd-
Vat the Mouse Hub. A lurn crowd
.-.Kent. Inciudinrr many vl-dtors. Tho
W m slven to seven strangers.
'Refreshment were served by
K' Friedman, the junior member of
ViBrd of trustee.
er Donnely. who suffered a para
'iK,)ii! Iat .Inn-. la rapidly lmproy
Wi it is hoped he will soon he able
' Khe members at the rcKular mcei-
;Kber20th will he the cltjhlh nnnt
Fof'tho Order of Owls ami will he
terl by wrailnj? tlto colors of the
JtKVhlch arc blue and white. At
Gierc will bo an entertainment. All
gEf, tliclr families or friends will
JwvHnpsrtav a special mectlnc for
HuIInp of the new by-laws will be
jtKj all mcmbrra should be present.
Rlno Owls will be mudc welcome.
) I. 0. 0. F.
iaJte lodce No, ', I. O. O. F.. will
open session Friday evening No-
S, for the purpose of entertaln
bberfl and their families. Tlie
g programme ban been arm need;
; lv II. Lcpjjer: piano solo, Mrs.
; sensr. Mies Phillips: comic reei
Stanlcv Taylor; souk. Miss .Car-
oaoIosuct W A. Walker: Kongr.
IWHrds- rcadlmr, Mrs. Or, Brown
no duet. Professor and Mrs. 1
r, recitation. Miss Ruby Lanp;
l clo.'o of the prusi amine rcfrcsh
H'Ml be served and a dunce, will
rAII members and their families
tlcstcd to bo present, as well as
tint; members of the order and
resident's official visit to Omenta
Murray has been postponed until
r, November 10.
r'of the members of Utah lodge
!dcllplilfnl evening Tuesday at the
r Sister nolhwoll. ;l special ment
ItiK been called by Brother Bul
ithc purpose- of obligating Sister
'ns wns arranged at the last
;of the Jodce. After the business
evening was completed a social
n3 muslcnl program mo was en
;Thc evening closed with I he
of refreshments by Sister P.olh
l J LI1y'? "trip through Pluto's
proved an unqualified success.
forms all the evening gilded
Jus kingdom, and seieial well-!rluraiti.-rs
of the earth were
through the lower regions mul
tiira torments pointed out. which
K THIN AHD SCRAWNY
Ifill Make You Plump and Rosy,
Schramru-Johnson Dnig Co.
1 aro getting" thin yon aro sick.
It you may not know it. Jf you
ing weight .steadily, thnro is
Tvronp that needs looking- af-
.jjou havo always been (hin it j
follow I bat aro sick, but
j not bo lioal 1.1 iv. Von cannot
jf if you arc thin.
Hca to bt healthy and plump, it
Ifficult if you know bow.
nlv way to increase tho weight,
p hcaltji and Mesh is bv using
rtnr st.-fudard Hcah forming food
o hutlrler. Jt mingles with tho
1 cat an, is assimilated so ihat
csh torming and lissuvc building
of Hi food aro retained in tho
iP S-This explains tho great value
t. yourself heforo von begin
i -mose. It will not cost you a cent
tmcrrasPK your tveigjit and rc-!
;our heal Hi.
min-,Iolinson Drug f'o. yrWs ov
fio on a gpnuiiip guarantor? lo
W the moucy if it docs no I do all
; claimed for il.
'v burning, bleeding, suc
KJms treated with Cuticura
iRand Ointment when the
lremedics utterly fail.
gPrrwhoro: Liberal Enmple of
EKpPMd Ointment, with 32-p.
KKiJ0 al1 snfTerers. Aildresa
ifg8' ept. HE, Boston.
W0!!1'.' ',0."-'lv"rf,C(1 ,,,c,n should they not
mono their ways.
,JJ,1C J"1.1.' WJ,S yVl ' eml-dark-ness
rnoBL or the evening, and tho welrdness
or tne dceonitions were thus mueh add
J, ,,Jtfr w,.s served In the Jime
ooni. I h. --omrnlttee B to be congratu
lated upon the number present and the
way everything v. as can led out.
1.1 . l ru'VM,."v there will bo several in
mated, and It Is requested that all at
tend fairly, so that the members can go
ward'' wwtcn thc election returns nftcV-
It has been decided bv the cuinmuicc
to postpone the entertainment of the
.Murray members till next week.
Royal Neighbors cf Araorica.
Salt Lake Valley camp No. V.0',-2 Will
meet Ihuisday nlKht. when a large at
tendance Is expected. There will bo Im
portant business to dispose of anil atl
officers arc expected to be at the hall
at S o clock. Visiting neighbors are
urged to attend.
banner hive No. 11 will hold regular
review Tuesday at . O. o. F. hall. The
guards are requested to wear white uni
forms. There also will he "draping of
tho charter" In honor of Mr.?. Martin a
ate lady of the order. Family and filcnda
.Ulllan Holllster hive Xo. 13 will hold
its next regular meeting in liagle hall
ftt S o'clock on November 7. AH officers
and meniebra arc urgently requested to
l attend. Tent No. 2 will give a musical
programme next Thursday evening at
Odd Follows hall. All Maeeabces are
cordially invited to attend. The Macca
bees will hold only short meeting lo en
able them to attend the munlcale.
Silt Lake City hive No. I will hold
regular review Wednesday '-vpnlnc. A
large attendance is cpcetcd so that plai.s
can be made for the big gathering of
Thursday evening. November 7. when all
ladies of the Macvabces will be enter
tained by lent No. 2. Knights of the Mac
I Tent No. 2 held one of its usual on
Joyaole reviews last Thursdav evening,
when considerable business was trans
acted of interest to the order. IVxt
Thursday evening the tent will entertain
all members aii friends of the hives with,
a fine programme, supper and dance in 1
I. O. O. V. hall. The committee in charge
has spared no pains to prepare a roval
entertainment. It Is hoped each hive
wl I be represented by 1 a splendid dele
gation. Mberly hive No. 0 will ho'd regular re
view Thursday afternoon a 2 "0 o'clock
in I. O. O. F. hall. I.ady S:r.nri enter
tained the members at her hom last
I'llday afternoon, '('he gu.'. of Uu
afternoon was l,ady Commander Cihtssc It
being her birthday. , fine dinner win
served, and toasts ami spcech'-s were
g ven. A beautiful cut glass bowl was
given to the guest of honor as a token
of the high esteem in which she is held
by the members of the order.
llprnilon temple No. S. Pythian Sisters,
will hold its next regular meeting Satur
'Jro' lllKU "0V-,nl"T !.at K. of, P. hall.
30? South Second East street, beginning
at S o clock.
Women of Woodcraft.
Woodbine Hrclo No. U will meet Wed
nesday evening In T. O. Ot F. hall. The
evening will be devoted t0 a social pro
gramme and cards. All Women of Wood
craft and Woodmen of the World and
their friends are cordially Invited lo at
tend. Silver Maph: circle No. J OS. Wofnon of
Woodcraft, mot Friday, with Guardian
Neighbor Rebecca Brown In the chair.
Another Umber was added to the wood
and several more balloted upon. Attendant
Dunbar was installed hv Installing Offi
cer p.aer Neighbors Wilson. Thomas
and Patterson entertained the. lodge
royally. The lodge was divided Into thu
i"cd:i and the "greens."' to see which
side could bring in the most mcmborF.
.Mary TSaer was appointed captain of Iho
"reds" and Anna Horrldc captain of the
"greens." Members will be notified bv
card as to which side they are on. Kverv
one bringing in a now- member will rc
celve a chanee on a 550 silver set.
Sail T-nke circle met. last .Monday even
ing with Guardian Neighbor Torn- in
tho -hair and all officers present. The
meeting tonight, will open at s o'clock
The captain wanla all guards to be there
on time for drill.
Woodmen of tho World.
The "turkey campaign" Ik 011 in Ulah
camp No. .'IDS. W. O. W. Last Wednes
day closed the flrM. week of llm cam
paign, and ten applications were rad
and favorably acled upon hv the camp.
Oouhlo this number Is promised for
the coming session The atlendnnco was
the largest recorded for thl year and
every one had a prospect of getting a
turkey, .v. poem composed by Neighbor
ICcyworlh on the campaign going on in
tho camp was read by hlin. Tho author
received great applause, and a copy was
ordered sent to the Pacific Woodman for
publication. Another copy was sent lo
I. I. Poak. head consul. The committee
has arranged to give a dance to mem
bers and (heir friends on the third Wed
nesday of the present month.
DcFcrol comp No. 401! met In regular
weekly session last Tuesday nveiiing,
transacted considerable routine business
and elected two strangers to member
ship, subject to auiiiiat Ion The ca.mp
at large ordered Hie booster committee
to reorganize and proceed with a vigor
ous campaign under direction of District
Manager Kavniiaugh. Several visitors
made Interesting tulks for tho good of
tho order. Full Introduction uervlcc a.nd
tliA Mslcelion of captains for tlv iam
polgn, alto a report of the entertain
ment committee, are scheduled for to
Tho Fraternal Union of Amorlca.
Under the membership coinpalgn of
lSvcrgreeii lodge No. It'll, and with F. O
l-eter.-ou. organizer of the society in tho
lead, the members have shown unusual
activity in the past three or four months,
resulting In u noticeable increase In tho
membership of the lodge.
At the last meeting a. class of fivo
benefit members were Initiated, and a
numlx'r of new applications acled upon.
News of the Insurance World
Missing Man Located.
Insurance companies have succeeded
In locating In New Orlcana a mnn who
claims he s A. J. Fenn. of Cordclc. Qa..
who disappeared suddenly from his home
In April. 1010. and on whose life Mrs. A.
J. Fenn Is attempting to collect 513.000
The man who claims to be Fenn, savs
that when he learned that efforts were
being made to recover tinder his insur
ance policies, he notified the companies
and started for home. At that time, he
nays he was In New Mexico, when ho
had been living since he. disappeared from
t-ordle. Ho claims he left home quiet
ly because of financial difficulties.
After her husband's dlfappearar.ee.
Mm. Fenn Instituted suit under the pol
icies, w. It. II. Roberts and J. S. Land
testified at the trial that Fenn fell out of
a boat and had been seen no more. Ac
cording to tho testimony the three men
were drifting down the Apalachlcola
river, toward Bronston, Fin., when Fenn
stood up In the boat and then toppled
Into the stream. Mrs. Fenn obtained
judgment for 110.000 against one of the
companies and tho other case Is now
pending in the Georgia supreme court.
The companies offered a $2o00 reward
for Information concerning Fcnn's where
abouts. New President Respected.
Commenting on the jeccnt election of
Nell D. Sills as president of the Nation
al Association of Life I'ndcrwrttcrs at
Memphis. Tcnn., the Richmond (Va.)
"Mr. Sills is one of the leading insur
ance men of Richmond and Is well known
and hlghlv honored here. He is a fine
type of citizen, always doing his share
for the al vancemont and uplift of the
community in which he lives and In ail
his dealings gaining the confidence ami
respect of his fellow-citizens. The busi
ness men of the citv paid blm the com
pliment of making him president of the
ttuslncss Men's club. Tie siiowed his
out hollo spijlt In the good work he did
toward securing for Richmond Its new
Young Men's Christian association build
ing. Mr. Sllls's Richmond friends con
gratulate him upon the new honor which
has come to him."
Seeks Father's Insurance.
Lawrence C. Woqan. administrator of
the estate of the late Thomas IX Wogan
11-5 Court street. Marion. Ohio, in a letter
to the insurance papers of the county
under date of October 2S. writes as fol
lows; "My fathe". Thomas P. Wogan.
who lived around .Marion and vicinity and
in Marlts. Marrow county, and Marsel
lcs. In Wyandot county. Ohio, all his life
8ml who died in March. 1011. carried
life insurance and always told ids fam-
With the assistance of the members.
Hrnther Peterson promises that not less
titan twenty applications will be secured
during the mouth of November. Much
pleasure is expressed over tho reorganiz
ation of the degrco staff, the new rit
ualistic work introducing some new fea
tures which are interesting and Instruc
tive. The work was exemplified in an
entirely satisfactory manner to ihc mem
bers last meeting.
1 Various! reports were accepted and gen
eral routine business gone through. The
Ladles' Kvergrccn club and all members
of the lodge, are invited to attend a
social to be given by Mrs. S. Chalkcr,
' 307 K street, on Tuesday evening. Nov
ember J 2. at S p. m.
It Is reported that Brother W. Vv.
Philips la at St. Mark's haspital. Offi
cers and members will visit him.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Kxcelsior camp No. JORfiJ Jield Its regu
lar meeting Tuesday last, with a fair
attendance and all officers In their ac
customed place". Routine matters were
taken up in regular order and the camp
Hosed at an early hour lo meet again
Salt Lake lodge No. :J20 will hold its
next, regular meeting Tuesday evening in
1. O. O. F. hall. All members are re-!
ijucslerj to be present as the iiiHl Itution
of officers v.'ijl take place and will be
followed by a soda I.
Or, A. R.
There will be a special meeting today
of the officers of the department of L'tah,
Ladles of the G A. R., for tho purpose
Vou will agree that the following pre
sent:! an Incurable case so far as Plgi
talis, Nitn Ojlccrlnc Basham's Mix
ture, etc., a iv. concerned'
Chronic Brlght's Plsease of the Kid
neys, patient in convulsions nearly every
flay for three weks. twenty pounds of
patient s weight being dropsy.
Pat lent --W. K. Strickland, address to
Verona Place, San Franciso.
Pa.ticiit"n physician, Dr. Kcllcy told him
there was no hope.
V,. L. Baldwin. President of the Ferry
Prug Store. No. 2a Market Street, was
Instrumental in having Fulton'a Renal
compound put to the test In this case.
Thero was gradual Improvement there
after and final rcrovoiy. That it was
complete may he known from the tact
that this was about seven e;irs ago and
he was well at lost aiHlces a few months
Til" motive of Fulton Renal Com
pound (a mild infusion) Is lo stop the
degeneration In renal tissues and grad
ually relax tho obstructed kidney. Then
tlie" usual heart eliminated and tonic
treatment Is helpful (there Is no conflict)
and the prognosis changes from despair to
hope. (When not extreme many cases
recover under the Renal Compound
The substance of the formula sur
rounds each bottle.
Schranim-Johnson Drug ("0. will fill
prescriptions and' supply pamphlets.
John J. Fulton Co., San Francisco.
H df) T0 THItm OF J
H j UNDERWEAR
wSm ' MmA- J'or men or boys is to think o our store bc-
mi MJm0i c;nise wc shidy and know their wants and
imfvlk needs :md have the largest slocks and great-
iwiMmvSS y For Men from 75c to $.16 per suit
Hffl For Boys, from 50c to $3.00 per suit
Perhaps we've some kinds you've never
g&ySm Utah's Greatest. Clothing Store
' 3 mills Myi4o-43 Jmjnst.A mm
j fx. 'lllL Kearos Bldg. JUL.
Jly ho carried insurance; at his death
wo never found' any Insurance policies
or receipts: my father was a man who
owned considerable property and we have
reason to believe ho carried life liuur
ance. I thought possibly through the
medium of your Journal you might be
able to call this mailer 'to the attention
of life Insurance companies, I have
read that the Mutual Life and other
companies employed a man whose duty
it was to look up such matters. My
father was about r6 years of age at
his death In March, 1011, and traveled
around considerably on business dealing
In real estate and promotion of real es
tato and property deals and might have
taken out the insurance while in some
"Home Companies Examined.
P. M. A. Llcimu. deputy Insurance
commistioner of New Mexico; P.. B. For
syth, ex-officlo commissioner of Wyo-.
mln. and John F. Roche, consulting actu
ary of New York, were in Salt Lake tho
whole of last week, engaged In com-
mlitee examination of the Continental
Life and Beneficial Life Insurance com
panies of this city.
Thu examination of the. Continental was
made for and on behalf of the statea of
Ktah. Idaho, Wyoming ami New Mexico,
and that of the Beneficial was made for
Utah, Wyoming' and New Mexico.
At the conclusion of Its labors, the
committee announced that It had nothing
at present to glvo out for publication.
W. G. Hunter, manager of the Kansas
City Life Insurance com"pa.ny, has re
turned from ;.n extended trip through
L'tah and Nevada.
The The South wcatcrn Surety com
pany of Texas has been admitted to
Utah, with the Utah Underwriting com
pany. II. F. Ssvagc, manager, as general
Clara F. Jones, who has been super
visor of agencies for the liquitabie Life
in Chicago, has been made associate
manager of the woman's department of
the Koultable in Chicago.
Iv II. A. Correa. vice-president of the
Home Fire Insurance company of New
Vork, died last week after a brief ill
ness. He was born in isr3 and was re
garded as one of the most noted figures
in the fire underwriting world.
Tlie International Life Insurance com
pany of St. Louis has appointed Howard
A. Mansaard general agent for Utah,
with - headquarters In this city.
The Western Union Life Insurance
company of Spokane, Wash., announces
the appointment of H. II. Hadock a3
special agent in the territory composed
of southeastern Washington and eastern
of installing Sister Lucie- B. Norton into
the office of secretary for the depart
ment of Utah. The meeting will be held !
this arternoon at 2::I0 o'clock at I. O. O. j
F. hall. All ladles of the G. A. R. and
comrades are Invited.
COMMERCIAL CLUB TO
GET ELECTION RETURNS
A special wire for the. handling of elec
tion returns next Tuesday night was run
Into the office of Secretary Joseph K.
Calnc at the Commercial club yesterday
by the Western Union. It Is planned to
furnish club members with the election
results as early as it will be possible
to obtain them anywhere in the city.
High School Drill. !
Drill will be held on the high school
campus this afternoon if possible as
Captan Webb wishes to put the new
hoys through the manual of arms, and
as soon as possible combine the new and
old divisions of each company. The drill
work has progressed more rapidly this
year than ever before, and If the present
pace Ik kept up the battalion should be
the most efficient in the schools' hislorv
Many of the freshmen of this year will
be officers In 1015, when the oailet bat
talion will go lo San Francisco for the
I Panama canal exposition. As there wiH
bo many new features to the ca
det work. Captain Webb Intcml3 lo
start in with the present class.
Paula Cruz, t'al. Carl C. Kralzcn
alcin, nianaccr of ihc .7. H. Tanner
Drug Store, says: "Wc havo sold
Kolcy & Co.'s mcdinues for tho past
twenty year? and havo yet ho hear our
first complaint of a dissatisfied ciiato
men. Our experience shows us that
Foley t f'o-s aim has nhvaj-s been to
tnako health ijivinjj and health main
famine remedies." Schrauun-'lohnson,
High School Thespians.
Tho high school dramatic association
tryouls will he held this afternoon In D
room lo. As there am many applicants t
for the O'fferont paTts It should prove 1
very Interesting. H is planned to start I
rehearsals Immediately so aa to produce I
early In tho spring.
C A3TO R 1 A
A Queer Case
Juil to iudicato how carefully 8
our Safe Deposit Vaults aro han- G
died, wo want to tell 3'ou about y
the man who proved an alibi fl
from our records.
Tho caso was absolutely clear,
for tto keep over tho piftnaturo
of. each customer an automatical- ;
ly stamped record of tho day, M
hour and minuto when ho enters
tho vault and when ho leaves it.
Our care served an uutisunl lip
purpose in this caso, but it al
ways keeps you safe.
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I JQ j I
1 Is ZZ-HMR STREET i- I
j w The Men's Cloth- I
'n Department I I
l -kP 1? crowding the I I
1 PliSlik Women 's Depart- j I
ment out the front I I
SHj' Arrivals daily of men's I I
hHG iJ goods mean still deeper cuts f H
l gmmfkm in the prices of all this seasons J H
ttyI Women's Parisian model H
I suits, coats and dresses. 1 H
! THEY MUST I
PJ GO THIS WEEK I
1 ' lttl" Price no object, we need the I I
I ' ' room f or men's goods so we I H
I m have divided the stock of I I
I women's suits into two lots: 1 fl
All sizes from 14-year Misses to 53 size I H
j womens, a large variety of styles. These values I H
! are irresistible, and have no competition. You I H
should see them before you buy a suit. See I H
window display. We are offering you three I H
times as much for your money as any one else. I H
We are positively closing out our I H
women's department, m I H
Beautiful French 1 1
Model Gowns at I
2 Price I
Choice of all Fisk and J yfl Q 5 I 1
Rosenthal Sloan hats M
values to $25.00 for .......