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title: 'The Salt Lake tribune. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1890-current, November 06, 1912, Page 5, Image 5',
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! THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER G, V1. iflH
luTouc of the Attractive Young Girls of the Youiik La-
JiAjj c hsucil invitations
mP.U "fTrtlr at tin Coun
itMfi?5 t Monday evening to
MBpta'i::litorl Jits? IJoRa
PHMA I'Ucnio -w 1 II ultfj en
wuKfc'f Wednesday, Novoin
HM2" 1171 Kind avenue,
liours bclns; lrom
TfP, 'Mircrtors of the Htalo
sBP'oontortiilnrd thirty by
iBi1' her home, 7 IS Scc
itfK.0tiiiK will begin al
rR.'T' committees for tin;
vM'fc-ll be appoints, a
''Ibrnl ttIiL Uo " HccrelaT'''
1 LE' ' V C?ln",iil;i club
-cflPtfr fiitrrlaiiifil "SV her
"IB Ha A A. Moultou aVi'.jiii
jsfl lU rluh prize mid MrTU
VUfk ialrAi j)--i.. The nct
iUV'il in tv.'u weeks with
Mpirflwi ..r Hi.. I.adlos' Ul
B ,1msM this morn Ins; at. ths
IjWtlaUB tlic study of CJcr
BBf An oNtrnsdvo pro
illB t'rlc'c-s the 1,v,-'s
BlKL Hinurlsi-ohii, Vaguer,
IMCr"" w Mozart -Will ho
F?3-'-" llhistratlvo of their
Hfrtaclitoii club was ii cr-
jCLfr Mrs. W. T. Snow a I
'JC'nlh Kal ftrcct. f!ov
""liii arxl the decorations
- Bl,wvery beautiful. The
liK li,no w,lh ms A'
fHMci n,nr,lv association will
'En:f uiortfnc this morning
;E-VWl !l lo.::u o'clock and
IVH i l nJnnvooil yr Bowling
m , Llticlcmml, Undcr-
' Bwiw.'' ."""''era will hold
.BF 111 :::o o'cia,,:
.nl 'ovjiiinir 15. Ci.rlii will la.ho place,
tuduv in 1 1 if Suit l.aite temple and a
wedding breakfast for tin; relatives will
Id I'm. 1 1. R. Kiillor ontC!it;iln-il the girls!
of Urn Sewing club ycstculay afternoon
:iL her home.
Culonol and Mrs. Knos A. "Wall and
IWIsh "Wall liiivc relumed from tin: fast
aft or spending nearly six -weeks in Nov.
York and Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. P. Martinis! on
have prone to San l-'rain-lco on a hurrhstl
trip, railed llnsro by the denlh uf. Mra.
Macqiiistcn's molhcr. Mrs. Castle.
Mr. and Mr. W. E. Jllil.c;o ha.Vfl rc
turnoil froni a. vlsJt to California and aro
a I homu at present at 710 East South
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hooker ntrr
ialned a jiarly of friends at tho theater
,'jpt I'vcnlnc, with ii supper later.
tis Ha"ol Tjauccnour u visilinpr the
r,.t uQr I'er oousin. "W. AV. Mitchell, on
Eaal,Mt d,,ri" hav sta' lhn
city. '"V-ft "
Tho crystal KrldpoVj." '"J, -"tr'":
talnod tudnv al a 1 oVIoylc Wfflf 'ft "
tho homo of Mr. .lolm olr.h. wiljp'11
tables of auction bridge following. 't
The f-loofan ine-it.': this aflernoon with
Mrs. 'lOiisone T. JJHIh at her home, T.iU
East "First South s1"?',,-
M"rs. 'ITarvoy Weaver Avill cntortaln at
hrid-io Friday ovcnlnr? fur Jits. James II.
Urown of Jlollywoud, who is hero for a
month. ( .
Th" art hocIIoii of tho UuJIes JL.il orary
club i'iifot Hub inornlnp ut lho eluh houco
and Mrs. J. M. KoynoldH will itrcent the
topi-:. , -
Mrs. Holland Stevenson, who was here
visiting Mr. and Mi;:. recently.
1 now In San Krau-l.e0 with her slMor,
Mrs. Urontl M. AlUlns.
Mrs ! Lackland and family will
leave Saturday to inako their home in
Mi. f.rnrpe W. Hclntr. nl'l enter t.i in
at a luncheon luda at her home.
a Royal Baldng Powder exceeds v, I
others in leavening power, in purity 1
and wholesomeness, and is used J
! generally in families, exclusively in
the most celebrated hotels and res-
taurants, by the United States Army
and Navy, and wherever the best J
and finest food is required. Teachers 1
I ; of cooking schools and lecturers upon I
culinary matters use and recom- 1
mend the Royal.
; Royal is the only baking powder
made from Royal Grape Cream of
' Tartar. It is admittedly the best and
most healthful baking powder made.
i When you know what is best,
please ask for it.
Salt Lake Statistics
; Meil Funds Lrriian, COO East Tenth Siniib,
1 l.o; .
.Jorrpli .MIf ntionqh. "Zf, Vi'rr.l Tlilril North, lior.
Walt-r i:. lflr)n, Pi: j:t Kccnt)i South, slrl.
t;cri;(! A. mltli. S"0 lltuwnlos vcjnir. lioj.
Wllllinn 0. Cmihlnc. 1PH llcrenili Ktt, twr.
I. t'. IIollbcrR. Onil: npartmcnt, plrl.
,1.'r"(l Dell. "1 South Tom Ii IKt. slrl.
William J'r.lcrron, 7t K-ndull 'iaro, liur
N'ovcmhr inu llnima W'llllninn. I. I). S.
hnjipij.ii. ?A .Tc.n k. Prldil's dlitcji".
N)viiil)cr i, 1P12 .lofcph Tlioma. Xo. 2 Bur
tons court, months, castio-lnlorltis.
Lnrenro Cln ist'jin, Kphrilm: Jorlc 3Ia Orh
ton. Mount I'lrooaiil. '.. , .
floury W. Ittmer aiiJ- Jljitio .r. rirorn, Salt
Alnlrr Mrpy ami Siraunsh Gri,n, Ij;an. "
Pmutl H. Villtama ami Uraco WlllUrtia.
Real Estato Transfers.
Charier, I". .VIjiiik ;inl irlfc lo K I in In 1 1 ,K-
RlflimtlH, lots wl Oi'. tilciiwooil i fi
ClnrlfB V. AiIjuiii nli'1 'ivlfo to Klmliall tz
Itlchnrd"-, lot 15. filrnnoocl C
Cimnon & Ciintion to Carl Ivcr rc.r.oti,
lot Mock I. MIlliTC'l ZZo
I. Ii. rutniKii cl l. to Arthur .1. Tliomp
KOti nii'l 'Kr. lots 1. - n lid Z. bloi'k I,
lOIowIM aiWlllloii COO
Jarob W. Pmllli ami wlfo to I". M. Smith.
lot 1. Iilncl. . plfl A 50
rrrijrrlck W'lllhon Srlmuiirn nml irlfc to
nURnl n. Wl.'i?. Ion II aitrl i:. Moclt
, a. ;iI'Ipii Tarli addition .'
iiij?l Flcmtlor ami wlfo to Iipllo J. Dnn-
Trlt' W SiiuiiTil.lo iiilJlllon. 400
lIo'finn Uroii. Loan ; Trust Co. to J"ra rile
j- "Virn'r Hint nlfr. IoIt, K nnl It, Mock
" ntivTlod pl.it I of Unit or- placr Ji
ClnrV O Punrht" ntnl wit'" to ValmUn
It. Mail,t.lCV 23 ""'I I'tooVc 1, W'cst-
HiiiiHtor "n 144. 10
blU Ilra.l to Wlllfeiry. lot. I. Week
6" pint r v u,ui"J
S.in'.'.iol Kiir-kno...l ..n.l TritPHjfl .JK Ulsk'J''
Prt Mori; t-n-a-r pi4J- ;; 1
Julius A Uo-'krodl iiii'l v.lfn
ley. pail Mock tPli-tiro 1
Juliii'o S-opho Olson Rockmwl J ' ,
HlRlor. P-Tf- Mork i n-u -acroW" 1
IMwitr.l H. K'iuih eti-1 Ifo In Oivr u.,
lot 1. Mock 11. Plat A VV
Jiiurj NpitiiuiII nd tvUc to nilll,ll'-
Kt-j, part no-tiou II. lonnshlp :
ranso ) ra"-l vy ' " j
Dr. A. 1?. Cook has movetl 'lis denial
ofiirc to 62.1 Koarns biiihlinS-
iVjJF lP Saratoga Chips made wCoi chne H
lUiTIOi OF CITY
City Slalistician Schmidt So
- Informs New York Life
In response to a request from the N"ew
'ork Lifo Inaurancc company, which
holds Salt Lake City bond?, for a state
ment of property valuations in tills city,
i valtto of property held by tho city and
other Information of ' consequenco to
bondholders, Ti. C. Schmidt, city sta
tislielaii, yesterday tabulated, a brief
slatcmcnt covering lho ground. Aceord
ine to this statcincnt. real estato prop
erty in Salt liako is assessed at J-I5.C82.-!)lf.
personal iroperty at $H;.l"-t.lGl n.nd
franchise asscspruenls at 530S,9!)3, mak
ing a total of S62.'0tJ.O73.
The poneral debt . of the. city on out
standing bonds Is h'lvcn as 5 i.i'.US.OOO. of
which ?1, 576,000 conslsto of wator bonds.
At present thn sinking fund to cover
litis Indebtcdnes contains only 52G.000.
but It Is pointed mil that more than
$100,000 bus been paid from this fund in
Interest this year and that the fund is
protected by a tax levy of one-third, of a
The. value of city property is given aa
Thai the suspension of little- Lena
ISylcr from lite public schools for refus
ing to Kaluto tho American fbjr has at
tracted wide' attention union? school of
ficials throughout the country i3 evi
denced by th large number if letters
received, by Superintendent . 1J. ChrlH
lcneu in the past l'cw day?. AVlthont ex
coption the writers express apTn-oval of
lho notion taken by the school principal
In regard to the episode. Several of
them urpo the necessity for more strict
observance of patriotic teachings in tho
No action has been taken as yet to
wards reinstating the Eyler child and tho
incident will be considered as closwl oy
the school authorities unlosu soineono In
tercedes oil "behalf of tho child. Tho
affair will not come before the boarl uf
education. o::cept It bo brought up by tho
girl's parents. '
FOR BETTER HEALTH
Tho matter of what'Vgislation ahall bo
proposed to the eomlnpr'ieglalattiro for tho
betterment of city and a'ntc health con
dltlonn will be diHcusscd aUu meeting of
cilv and state health offlrs and tho
sta"te dairy nnd focni commission in the
office of Inspector YVillard IVnscn to
morrow. U lx probahlu Lhtji Vicy will
recommond several addlllonul reftyiations
to be added to the food and ".utVlaws
of the state.
BUSINESS HEAVY AT
The stamp sales for the month of Octo
ber at the local poslofflco totaled S3u;
4!l.T7. Including stamps, stamped envel
opes and postal cards. The avorago dai y
salea were $1115.97. or an increase of .4C
per cent over tho :.amc month last ytr-
The stamp ealea alono were SJt.Jo-l.-0.
a gain of 51020.7U over October. 1011. riic
siUo of postnl cards amounted to SIO-O
and envelopes totaled SS10?.n7. The 'olul
tales worn J2'25-S2 over October. 1011,
Articlcr. Aro Filed.
The Continental Construction company
r.ipitalUod for 520.000 to do a gen;ral
contrat ling business, filed articles of In
corporatfon with the county clerk yM
trdav. W. .1. Moran Is president. J.
Mornii. Vice jtrcsldent. and V. J. Moran.
seirctnry and treasurer. These. Willi
John C Cutler and James Plngrce, com
pose the dlivetoratc.
Payrolls for the latter part of October,
amounting lo S24.2S7 54, were approved by
the city commission, yetcniay. An order j
was cntei'ed appropriating $iJ.u0 for tn
rent of Jury rooms in the county e Hide of
tlio Joint building and the appointment of
Meventccn laborers and artisans In the
street department at salaries ranging
from $1-73 to 3 1.50 a day.
Dr TC II. Conner, dontift, uccesjo?
to (Dr. T. W. Ewin), 213 Kcnrns Bltlp.
Wns 032. Prices reasonable; vrork
H Lun 0 tB
9 Ma'n F''' Now at State Street-Corner of Broadway. """ On Fourth Flpor.
g " HKIIBMB SiVWtfVHW HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF
1 PEAUDES0IE SILKS I I
3 TO 5 P. M. a S
SS riiiMrATi,: ria: Sahirrtav Ofn 1? They reqiUro no prlro comparison to prove their H
niiOren S 1-iaSSt-aiUraay JIO 16 real valuo If foUI rej;ul arly you'd consider them
. -... sreat value at ?l. 23. Tbl s in a most unusual pur- M H HH JH
LbSoOlNO rKbb chas. secured for our new store. Silks for M M H
gowns, silks for waists slllcs for pcttlcoata silk.; fH 'M
OUR ONLY STIPULATION IS THAT of rich lustrous quality a nd abfolmHy jet black. H
PUPILS PURCHASE THEIR Hc vard! Aprlco surprise Today ff VW'I H
MATERIALS OF US. MAIN FLOOR V H
Mr;. A. B. HofCstadt. for many j a .H
SsS.H'iKK 1,000 Yds. Noveltv Silksvfl
needlework section will glvo fre ' J 'Mj
lessons in embroidery work every " .H jH
Tuesday and Frlda. 5 to 11 n. m. Tho newest and most fascinating: assembly ot colorings ml a iM
SSSTf, fNOAD L??1"? TAFFETAS, FOULARDS andQO H
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS FANCY MESS ALINES all full yard wide S1.50 values To-OH IjftW H fH
WORK. day at W
ATTENTION IS ALSO DIRECTED MAIN FLOOR H
TO OUR EXTENSIVE HOLI- B 1HaBaBBl""H!""HaS"BSai"H"S
day showing of B Today In Our Daylight Dress Goods Store I 'M
pff HEW 50c CHALUESl I
1 LiBBOH 8lS I 27 Inches Wide . . . . I fl
3 1 1 1 11 " ' 1 I Tho daintiest itiscbud designs on white ground MM Br 1
B Also finlsltod and unfinished pieces I her slylca galore Including the prettiest and M IU lH
Vm Jn newest and most r;xoulflte MA- 1 mofit striking effects In figured, Persian and Per- HK WHm H H '.H
30H DEIRA. SPANISH, BATTEN BERG I fIa11 uonl?l'ed Weaves. J"or kimonos, dressing .JTWl D Hi :H
DESIGNS LOUIS XIV. PUNCH B sacques and houso dresses theso beautiful and In- ILH HflV KJL.H '1H
EMBROIDERY RAMBLER ROSE 1 expensive fabrics are decidedly In favor. Never .IH
WORK MEDIEVAL ROSE EMBROI- I before havo wo offered choice from such a splendid Hk4il
DERY EYELET AND FRENCH EM- i assortmotit al C5c yard. Hf; f'iH
BOJDERY SURFACE WORK BUT- W MAIN FLOOR ) '
I"- TONETTE EMBROIDERY ETC. H
"S-C $5.00 BOHCLE 09ATIGS B
The flucrbach Toyland I 56 inches wipe, at H
Is the Children's Joyland j SMART tb. , ,!ra,ws thcM , PfH
9 Inge the quality Is superb tho pattern Is a rich gf Sjr H tiiH
THE LARGEST TOY AND DOLL Mrlpcd effect, combining tan. brown and cream- Ife AT IIU (fliiH
STORE IN THE WEST BRING THE 1 all are 5f. inches wide a regular ..00 value to- HByu fiiH
"KIDDIES." D da.y in our N'e.w .Dayll ght Dress Goods J-Yetlon B 'iiH
FOURTH FLOOR very special at $G0 yard. MAIN FLOOR H -1 H
1227 Families in Silt Lake C 3
I JUST THINK WHAT THIS EVSEANS 11
1 1227 homes that are cleaner and better heated; H
1227 homes that a chimney sweep never visits; I 1 H
1227 homes that are saving money on fuel; 1 H
1227 homes that are burning' the very best fuel for I
house heating apparatus that scientists have given us. I
j GAS HOUSE COKE is the cleanest and most easily handled and I H
most economical fuel for house heating boilers and furnaces. The I
United States Government test of house heating fuels shows that 9 H
Coke has 20 per cent greater efficiency than hard or soft coal, at no I H
if greater expense. H
1 $6 PER TON DELIVERED 1 I I
! UTAH GAS & COKE CO. I I
I 61 South Mam St. J.C. D.CLARK, MAKE FOR A CLEAN CITY I H
ExcStange 252 Gen'l Manager --- I H
j Bulbs I
1 For Fall Planting 9
I Quality considered ivc 1
I caunot bo tiudcrsold in 1
I AilENSE SELECTION I
1 PROMPT DELIVERY 1
I Phone s iq-71 or 1072 I
For Xce Catalog.
Call an See Us. J
SEEDSMEN, NURSEVfvj H
1 HSSSSOk CLE A AiO
ft Csl : SCOURS
ir A PQyM POUSHES
m. 1 M 1
m 'A M y
You furnish the
.tffll tho rine'. M 11
jm 64 main. H.
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