OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald-Republican. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, October 27, 1909, Image 5

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058140/1909-10-27/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 5

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY OCT 271909 27 1909 5
I SOCIETY SOCIETYTODAYS
TODAYS TODA vs EVENTS EVENTSThe
The wedding of Miss lone Mor Morrison 101 101rison G Grh <
rison rh on daughter of Mr and Mrs MrsSeth 0 0Seth c7Seth < >
Seth Warner Morrison and andIhaunooy andChauncey < >
1 Ihaunooy Percival Overfield will willtake willtake < s stake >
take place this evening at St StS StMarks StMarks < <
< S Marks cathedral the ceremony to tobe tobe < S Se >
e > be performed at 830 oclock by byBishop byi 0 0Bishop < >
i Bishop Benjamin Brewster for fori < cJ < Jo Jomerly
J i > merly dean Qf Q St Marks Follow FolIowIng Following 4 4s
s > Ing the ceremony a reception will willbe C Cbe <
be given at the home of the 0brides 0 0brides < S Sbrides >
brides parents in South Seventh SeventhEast Seventht S
t 5 East street streetj
V < j > 4 4Mrs 0Irs i iG >
G < Mrs Philip Moore president pn sldent of ofthe r rthe i ithe
< the General Federation of Wornc Worn Wornens 0 0ens
c < > ens Clubs will be the compll compllmented 0 0mented < S Smented >
mented guest at a luncheon to be begiven 0 0given < S Sgiven >
given today at the home of Mrs 0 0t c cU < S SS >
U < < S > George R Hancock In South Sev Sevo 0 0cnth < 3 3s >
o < s > enth East street 1 < S Ss >
< s > 0 0A 0A < S Sw >
w A studio tea will be given this thisafternoon thisafternoon 4 4afternoon >
< > afternoon In honor of Miss Vedl 0 0Beebe < 3 3Beebe >
0 Beebe by Miss Louise Clawson at ato 0 0the 4e <
o > the studio of her father J W WClawson 0 0Clawson 4Clawson < >
Clawson in the Dooly block 0 0Mrs < S SMrs >
> 0 0J <
< J Mrs Irs Ferdinand J Fabian will en entertaln 0 0w 0o < >
w < tertaln with a bridge tea to be 0 0given 4given < e egiven >
> given this afternoon at her home < 0 0in 4in S Sin >
in South Twelfth East street the thecomplimented 0 0c < >
c c complimented guest being Mrs MrsGustavo 0 0c JGustave < >
c < Gustave Billings of Cincinnati CincinnatiOne 0 < >
< 0 0One 4One < S >
> One of the affairs of the day will willbe 0 0be Gbe <
be the luncheon to be given by b 0J 0 0Irs < S SMrs >
J < Mrs T R Woodbridge at her 0c 0 < S Shomein >
c 0 > homein home In the Stauffer apartments 0 0o < 2 >
3 > 0 0Irs
Mrs Irs Russel Tracy will entertain 0 0J 4e < 3 3a
< J a number of young girls with a aM atheatrE < 4 4theatre >
M > theatre party to be given at the 0 0Colonial 0Colonial S SColonial >
> Colonial this afternoon 0 0n 0t < S SS SA >
< S 0 0lo < >
t lo > > A dance will be given this even evenIng 0 0OJ 4ing < >
OJ > Ing by Mrs Walter Scott at the thehop w Jhop >
0 hop hall at Fort Douglas the af arfair 4 4c s sfair >
c fair being In honor of little Miss G Gclarita < S SClarita >
Clarita Scott and little Miss Lou LouVllne 0 0c 4iline < >
c rUne VllneMrs 4 4c <
c 0 e eMrs < >
> Mrs Irs Ledyard Bailey will be the 0hostess 0 0tostess < S Shostess >
< > hostess today at the monthly monthlyluncheon G Gluncheon < S Ss >
< s > luncheon given by the Young YoungWomens YoungWomens v vn
n < > Womens Christian association 1 4L t1 t1at
L 0 at the Brooks Arcade ArcadeW ArcadeThe 0 0J < < S SS > >
W S > 4 4The < v vThe
< > The Utopia club will be enter enterw 4 4tamed < j jtalned >
w talned at Its regular re ular meeting to today 4 4day <
< < 3 > day with a luncheon and bridge G GO < S SS > IIven
O < S > given Iven at the home of Mrs Olive OliveS 0 0Gaylord 0n < >
n < S > Gaylord at her home In the Ivan Ivanhoe Ivanhoe IvanK <
< > hoe apartments apartmentsThe < 9 9The >
c r rG <
G < The first of a series of bridge bridgeteab i iteas 4C <
C teas to be given by Miss Daisy DalsyRaybould < S SRaybould J Jn >
n Raybould will be that with 3 3which 1which 4which > >
< < > > which she will entertain this aft 0 0ernoon < S Sernoon >
4 < ernoon at her home in South West 0 0Temple 4C < t tTemple >
C < Temple street 0 0Irs < 5 5Mrs >
4 < 4 4Mrs
Mrs F E Marcy and Miss MissAnna MissoJ v vAnna >
oJ Anna Tinsman will entertain thjs thjsG 0 0afternoon 4C
G < < afternoon with a bridge tea the thefirst thefirst n nQ < >
Q < first of a series to be given at the thehome J s shome >
4 < home of Mrs Marcy In P street streetS streeto Ni NiA NiO < >
A < >
o < S > Among the bridge teas to be begiven B Bgiven <
4 < given today will be that with which whichS 6 6O <
o < S > Mrs Stephen H Babcock will willentertain 4 4entertain >
0 < entertain this afternoon at her herhome 0 0home Jhome
home In East First South street streetMrs streetoJ streetMrs <
oJ n G GO < >
O Mrs C A Wherry herry will enter entertafn entertal1 entertalk
talk with a Halloween n party this thist thlsafternoon thisafternoon <
t afternoon at her home In East EastFirst EastFirst EastFirst >
< First South street the hostesses for torthe forthe
G the day being section five of the theLadles theLadles <
Ladles Aid society of the First FJrstlIfthodl K KMethodist S SMethodist
Methodist t church n <
A beautifully appointed dinner given givenlast ghcnlast
last night was that with which Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Irs Arthur Bird entertained in inhinor Inhnor Inhtnor
hinor of Miss Genevieve McCornick McCornickwhose 3feCornickwhose IcCornlckwbose
whose marriage will take place in No November Nomber November ¬
vember mber Pink chrysanthemums were wereused wereused wereused
used with pretty effect in the dining diningroom diningroom diningroom
room a low mound of the blossoms blossomsgracing blossomsgraclng blossomsgracing
gracing the center of the th dining table tablewhere tablhere tablewhere
where monogrammed cards marked theplaces the theplaces theplaces
places for twentysix guests guestsA CBtS CBtSA
A pretty bridge tea was that given givenat
at the Country club by b Mrs W Y C CAlexander CAlexander CAlexander
Alexander yesterday afternoon Au Autumn Autumn Autumn ¬
tumn leaves and chrysanthemums were werecharmingly werechlrmlngly werecharmingly
charmingly combined In the decora decorations decorations decorations ¬
tions Mrs Alexander was assisted in inE Inserving inserving
E serving by b Miss Mayme Noble and andMiss andMls3 andMiss
Miss Ethel Mount Seven tables of ofbridge ofbridge ofbridge
bridge were played with other guests guestsfor
for the tea that followed the games gamesA
A delightful affair given yesterday yesterdaywas esterdnyWas
was as the studio tea at the Clawson stu studio studlo studio ¬
dio with Mrs William Reid Mrs MrsFrank lIrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank Jennings Mrs Heber M Wells WellsanJ Wellsand Veilsand
and Mrs Ned Ferry assisting the host hostesses hosteSSES hostesses ¬
esses The rooms were draped with withthaiming withchumlng withcharming
charming tapestries and the exquisite exquisiteportrait exquisiteportrait exquisiteportrait
portrait paintings by Mr Clawson Clawsonwere Clawsonwere Clawsonwere
were a most attractive feature of the thede thede thede
de orations The low tea table was wasdf wasde
df drrated < > rated with a large bowl of yellow yellowchrysanthemums yellowchrysanthemums ellow
chrysanthemums < resting on a clun clunla clunlaf clung >
la laf e centerpiece Pink and white whitehrj whitee whiteCir3santitemums
e hosanthemums hrj santhemums were also used with withpretty withpretty withpretty
pretty effect throughout the rooms A AUrge AIlrgf Alarge
Urge number of friends of the gifted giftedDttist giftedrtist giftedrrtist
Dttist > attended the affair affairTho aftalrTh affairTh
Th hop room at a t Fort Douglas was wastl wasHie wastlvc
tl Hie c scene of a delightful bridge party party15t
1 tost st night when the opening meeting meetingcf
cf the Regimental Bridge club for the thesn thtsrisn thescison >
srisn sn was held Eight tables of ofbnJgr orhr ofbr
bnJgr hr Igr gc were played and the games gamesw gamesnctr
w nctr e t i followed by b a buffet supper The TI1fI >
1 was charmingly decorated in inautiimn Inltitumn inautumn
autumn leaves The hosts and host hostesses hoste hostcsScs ¬
esses e S tor the evenIng were Major and
Mrs Arrasmith Lieutenant and Mrs MrsEdwin MrsEdwin MrsEdwin
Edwin Butcher Lieutenant Lleute ant S E EAdams EAdams EAdams
Adams and Lieutenant O 0 Ellis EllisA
A delightful affair was the Halloween Halloweenparty Halloweenparty < n nparty
party given last night by Mrs Irs Preston PrestonG
G 3 Hampton In honor of her daughter daughterMrs
Mrs D W V Hamlin of San Francisco Franciscoand
and her niece Miss Ethel Plant of ofSacramento ofSacramento ofSacramento
Sacramento A color scheme of black blackand blackand blackand
and yellow was chosen for carrying out outthe outthe outthe
the suggestion of Halloween The table tablewas tablewas tablewas
was covehed with a cloth In the yellow yellowwith yellowwith yellowwith
with witches and cats and other Hal Haloween Halloween Halloween
loween figures scattered over It and in inthe Inthe inthe
the center was a cluny lace piece A Alackolantern Ajackolantern Ajackolantern
jackolantern filled with autumn autumnfruits autumnfruits autumnfruits
fruits rested on a mirror In the center centerof
of the table and streamers of yellow yellowind yellowand yellowand
and black ribbons rlbbonswere were drawn from the thechandelier thechandelIer thechandelier
chandelier to the table Overhead were werostreamers werstreamers werestreamers
streamers of the same colors extending extendingfrom extendingfrom extendingfrom
from the chandelier to the corners of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rooms The lights were shaded shadedwith shadedwith shadedwith
with Jackolanterns and autumn autumnleaves autumnleaves autumnleaves
leaves were also draped about the thechandeliers thtchandeliers thechandeliers
chandeliers A large bowl of black blackeyed blackeyed blackeyed
eyed Susans carried out the color colorscheme colorscheme colorrscheme
scheme of black and yellow yellowDuring yellowDuring yellowDuring
During the evening a stringed or orchestra orchestra orchestra ¬
chestra stationed in the hall gave anumber a anumber unumber
number of delightful instrumental se selections selectIons selections ¬
lections and several vocal numbers numberswere
were also given Mrs Hampton was wasassisted wasassisted wasassisted
assisted by her sister Mrs Fanny FannyBuck FannBuck FannyBuck
Buck of Idaho Falls Ida and by Mrs MrsHamlln MrgHamlin MrsHamlin
Hamlin and Miss Plant About thirty thirtyfive thlrtyfie thirtyfive
five guests enjoyed d the affair affairit affairThe
to toThe > it itThe c
The Qulngenta Card club was enter entertained entertained entertained ¬
tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs Irs J JH JH JH
H Bardwell at her home In the Smith Smithapartments Smithapartments Smithapartments
apartments Autumn leaves were used usedthroughout usedthroughout usedthroughout
throughout the rooms with palms and andferns andrerns andferns
ferns adding to the pretty effect The Theprizes Theprizes Theprizes
prizes were won by Mrs S P Shum Shumway Shumway Shumway
way and Mrs C H Harlan The next nestmeeting nextmeetIng nextmeeting
meeting of the club will be held at the thehome thehome thehome
home of Mrs S H Black Tuesday TuesdayNov
Nov 9 9The 9The
1 1The
The Orphans Home and Day Nurs Nursery Nursery Nursery ¬
ery association met yesterday afternoon afternoonat
at the home of Mrs Edwin P Kimball Kimballand Kimballand Kimballand
and the committee in charge of the thesubscription thesubscription thesubscription
subscription lists for the funds for tht ththome ththome thehome
home reported that they were meeting meetingwith meetingwith meetingwith
with great success the business men mencontributing mencontributing mencontributing
contributing most generously to thefund the thefund thpfund
fund The association will meet every everyTuesday evonTuesday everyTuesday
Tuesday at 2 oclock until the comple completion completion completion ¬
tion of the work The next meeting meetingwill
will be held Tuesday T esday Nov 2 at the thehome th thhome thehome
home of Mrs Kimball in Sixth East Eaststreet Eutstreet Eaststreet
street streetMiss street10llss
i C y yMiss
Miss Hannah White was the hostess hostesslast host hostesslast IJ IJlast
last night at the regular meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Interalla club The house was wasprettily wasprettily wasprettily
prettily decorated In autumn leaves leavesand leav leavand leavesand
and naturtlums and the club colors colorsgreen colonigreen colorsgreen
green and gold In the dining room roomstreamers roomstreamers roommstreamers
streamers of green and yellow ribbons ribbonsextended ribbonsextended ribbonsextended
extended from the chandeliers to the thetable thetable thetable
table where they the were caught In large largebows largbows largebows
bows A cluny lace piece covered the thecenter thtcenter thecenter
center of the table and on it was us
placed a large bowl of yellow ellow chrysan chrysanthcmums chrsunthemums chrysanthemums ¬
themums In the drawing room an ef effective effective ¬
fective arrangement of autumn leavw leavwwas lc leivorwas Ct Ctwas
was used in the decorations Mrs Adii AdaFriedman AdiiFriedman AdllFriedman
Friedman assisted In serving servingThe servingThe servingl
l M Mrhe
I IIrs
The party to be given gl en by Mr Ir and andMrs andMrs nn
Mrs Irs Frank Judge In honor of Ml MlGenevleve lIii MtatGenevieve lIiiGenfjvleve
Genevieve McCornick will be given givenFriday sivenFriday givenFriday
Friday evening Oct 29 29Mrs 29Irs 29s
s n > > iMrs i
Mrs Irs E O Howard will entertain entertainwith entertainwith entertainwith
with a dinner party to be given Thurs Thursday Thursday Thurs1
day evening at her home In East South SouthTemple SouthTemple SouthTemple
Temple street Miss Joy de Camp being beingthe belngi
the guest of honor honorc honorJ
c 5S J c cA r rA
A bridge tea will will be given Thursdayafternoon Thursday Thursdayafternoon Thursdaafternoon >
afternoon by b Miss Edna Farnsworth Farnsworththe
the affair being complimentary to her herguest herguest herguest
guest Miss Ethel Ogden of Seattle SeattleA
A dinner party will be given by b Mrs MrsErnest MrsErnest Irs IrsErnest
Ernest Bamberger at the Alta clubThursday club clubThursday clubThursday
Thursday evening the complimented complimentedguest
guest being Miss Genevieve McCornick McCornicka
a November bride brideA
V k
A bridge te tea will III be given Thursday Thursdayafternoon Thursdaafternoon Thursdayafternoon
afternoon by Mrs Irs Justus Jungk in inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of her guest Mrs Irs Gustave Bil Billings Biilings Billings ¬
lings of Cincinnati CincinnatiMrs
Mrs Irs L C Robinson l2obinson will entertain entertainSaturday entertainSaturday entertainSaturday
Saturday afternoon with a bridge too toothe toothe tenthe
I the first of a series to bo given at her herhome herhome herhome
I home in Second avenue avenueMiss avenuefC
avenueiz
fC 11 11I1ss izMiss
Miss Alibo Dunbar will entertain entertainwith entertainwith entertainwith
with an Orpheum party next nextw week ek In Inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of Miss Vedl Beebe and Miss MissNora MiesNora lIesNora
Nora urdoch 3 will also entertain for forher forher forher
her with a five hundred party to be beKlven beIven begiven
given at her home In G street Satur Saturday Snturd Saturday ¬
day d Nov Xo 6 6The 6The 6The
The members of the Y M 1 C A will willentertain willentertain willentertain
entertain with a large Halloween party partyto partto
to be given Ien at the Y M 1 C A room roomsSaturday roomSaturday roomSaturday
Saturday Oct 30 30The 30The i0The
The members of the Interalla clu cluwill club club1will clubwill i >
will give a Halloween party Sunday Sundayevening Sundayevening Sundayevening
evening when they will entertain with witha
a progressive progre slve supper given at the thehomes thehomes thehomes
homes of the club members membersThe 1 1The iThe
The marriage of Beryl Irish daugh daughter daughIter ¬
ter of Mr and Mrs De Los Irish to toChester toChester toChester
Chester A Raysor will take place to today today ¬
r day dn
dayMr
Mr and Mrs Jerrold E Thompson Thompsonhave
have returned from their wedding trip tripand tripand tripand
and will be at home after Nov No 15 at 69
G streetMr street streetMr streetIr
Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Robert Chapin who whowere whowere I Iwere
were married in Los Angeles last Wednesday Wed Wednesday Wednesda ¬
nesday nesda are visiting in the city MrsChapin Mrs MrsChapin MrsChapin
Chapin was formerly a Miss Beth Dunbar Dun Dunbar Dunbar
bar of this city city5j citylI1sa cityMiss
5j JjC 3JC 3JCMiss
Miss Loreen Leary who has been beenspending beenspending beenspending
spending the past month In Seattle and andthe andthe andthe
the northwest is expected home the latter lat latter latter ¬
ter part of the week weekOr weekMiss
5 Or OrIss 5 5Miss
Miss Daisy Savage leaves this even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing for Rawlins Wyo W o where she will willvisit willvisit willvisit
visit for a a few weeksMiss weeks weeksMiss weeks1IIss
Miss Ethel Ogden who has been the theguest theguest theguest
guest of Miss Edna Farnsworth for forseveral forI forseveral
I several days will leave Saturday forNew for forNew forNew
New York whence she will sail for atwoyears a atwo atwo
two twoyears years ears trip abroad abroadThe abroadThe abroadThe
The members of the therheta Theta Upsilon Upsllonsorority Upsilonsorority Upsilonsorority
sorority will entertain at the university universitywith
with a luncheon to be given Friday Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon
afternoon afternoonMr
s = t
Mr and Mrs Glen Miller have re returned returned returned ¬
turned from a five months visit In California Cal California CalIfornia ¬
ifornia and the Pacific northwest northwestMiss northwest1IIss northwestMiss
Miss Clara Colburne was the hostess hostessat
at a delightful dinner given at Rowland RowlandHall RowlandHall RowlandHail
Hall Monday evening In honor of a anumber anumber anumber
number of visiting clergy in Salt Lake LakeMr LakeIr LakeMr
John L
Mr Ir and Mrs John D Fraser of Pitts Pittsburg Plttsburs Pittsburg
burg Pa were among the visitors ar arriving arriving arriving ¬
riving In this city Tuesday being on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their way home from the Pacific coast coastand coastand coastand
and stopping here to visit relatives relativesa
a
Dessert Making Makingis
is too expensive expem ve and too much muchbother muchbother muchbother
bother to run any risk of ruining ruiningthe
the flavor by the use of ordinary ordinaryflavoring ordinaryflavorinB ordinaryflavoring
flavoring extract extractBURNETTS extractBURNETTS
BURNETTS BURNETTSDELICIOUS 9 9DELICIOUS
DELICIOUS EXTRACTS EXTRACTSAU
AU Flavors Fkronjjve Fluoncive Flavorsgive
give a rare subtle flavor such as asno asno
no other extract can give giveTheir g giveTheir ve veTheir
Their use will ll add a distinct distinctcharm distinctclwm distinctcharm
charm to the daintiest delicacy delicacyyou
you know how to prepare prepareCHARLTON prepareohe prepareZ5he
ohe CHARLTON CHARLTONSHOP
SHOP SHOPWomen SHOPWomenJ SHOPWomen3
Women Outfitters Exclusively ExclusivelyEXCLUSIVE ExclusivelyEXCLUSIVE ExclusivelyEXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor
Tailor Made Suits SuitsGoats SuitsCoats SuitsCoats
Coats Gowns GownsEvening GownsEvening GownsEvening
Evening Wraps Wrapsat
at Moderate Prices
122 So Main Salt lake
I
r 1 I 1I
1 I IA
II II I I
A I
500 5 OO John H Cross Sttbes Sh e I
395 395A I ISae I IA i i t
A Sale Extraordinary ExtraordinaryA
A late shipment brings you one of the best bargains in shoes shoesof
of the season John H Cross Cr ss companys famous footwear fotv ar Anentire An Anentire Anentire
entire shipment that should have been here a month earlier earlierdelayed earlierdelayed earlierdelayed
delayed in transit and now featured for special sale at theabove the theabove theabove
above reduction I
Four new crisp fall styles styl s in pat patent ¬ I Ient sent
ent and gun metal button and andBlucher andBlucher andBlucher
< Blucher bougth to sell seUat at 500and 500 500and 500aIld
and an extraordinary value at theregular the theregular theregular
regular price priceThe priceThe priceThe
The lasts are smart nobby and andstylish andstylishhigh
41 stylish stylishhigh s high instep Cuban heel heeland heeland
and short vamp cloth clothtop clothtop clothtop
top and kid top special specialtoday I Itoday 1today
today and week weekiFurafare weekY I
395 395fin
>
r rr rltnl
Y r iFurafare fin ltnl niture 11e Character ° f CharacterIs m
4
Wlll ITIl ff ffWillItrmlfi
WillItrmlfi 0 lillff I Inr Ihe
Is the t latest A vogue in furniture T I com combines cnnl ¬
bines l > S with the th solidly and strength of If Mis 1Iission Mission ¬ I Ision
sion furniture a grace grace and artistic ulToct ulToctthat nIfedthat l hct hctthat
that is fast ffi t winning vh v ning for Flanders furnifuro furnifuroa fitrllanrtta fll rllittllt rllittllta
a place 11 laec in the best le t homos in the land landFlanders ItuuldJfIhnlldels landfili1juice
q dJfIhnlldels Flanders I1a1c 11eis furniture flrp t tilandcrs itllrC 1 is s inexpeusrvo inexpeusrvojf inCXpelL YO
c jf Flanders I Ior furniture fin f r1l ltlle does not roaculy 1ot h Orly tH jxiar jxiaror iuni iuniQr I
or blemishq blemish hlcll lSh lShj
9 < < j By all means see our beautiful showing showinof showingof ng ngof
of Flanders furniture furnituref furnitureJ furnitureStunning
J I
k
C J > Lfi i t V Vl
i l B A illi
I If
< f Stunning t twe models in midwinter hats are those thosewe thoswe
we are are now showing showingour our New N ew York represen representative representative representative ¬
tative is sending daily shipments of the very verynewest verynewest verynewest
newest conceptions from the best Designers in inGotham inGotham iriGotham
GothamThe Gotham GothamTlie GothamJf
< < Jf The assortment ass rtmmit too is varied variedit it embraces embracesa
a range of qualities from the most expensive expensiveimported expensiveimpoIted expensiveimported
imported creations to t the neat inexpensive inexpensivestreet inexpensivestreetmpdels
street streetmpdels streetmpdelsy models
y Brandwins BrandwinsOne Bran dwns dwnsOne ti s sOne
One Sixty South Main Street
Do you kodak We V finish t1nlsbnn and also alsotell al311fell alsstell
tell the th supplies sup pileI Salt Take PhotoSupply Photo PhotoSupply PhotoSupply
Supply Co 142 U Main street
RadW8 adways adwaysPills adwaysIt S SPi
It Pills PillsPurely Pi lis lisPurely I
Purely vegetable mild and an reliable
Regulate the Liver and Digestive Organs
The safest and best medicine in the world
for the
CURE CUREof
of all disorders of the Stomach Liver LiverBowels LiverBowels LiverBowels
Bowels Kidneys Bladder Nervous Dis Diseases Dbcases Diseases ¬
eases Loss of Appetite Headache Con Constipation Conltipatlon Constipation ¬
stipation Costiveness Indigestion BIN
Jousnts Fever Inflammation of the
I Bowels Piles and all derangements of tho
I internal viscera PERFECT DIGESTION DIGESTIONwill
i i will be accomplished by taking RAD RADI
WAYS S PILLS By so doing doingDYSPEPSIA doingi doingDYSPEPSIA
i I i DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIASick
Sick Headache Foul Stomach Biliousness Biliousnesswill
will be avoided as the food that Is eaten eatencontributes eatencontributes eatencontributes
contributes Its nourishing properties tor
the support of the natural waste of the
body body23c body25c body23c
23c a box at Druggists Dru sts or sent by mail mailRADWAY mallRADVAY mailRADWAY
RADWAY t CO NEW YORK
Be sure to get RADWAYS
C CTwo
Two Big Silk SilkSOc Sales Sales50c
SOc and 60c 60cThe
The he greatest great b greateStsilk t < silk silklJt1 bargain gain opportunity y in the history hi tQl Y y of the theA dG1pttrr ll1 tm clllt Jlt Jltit
A sale that tl t thas has brought t crowds to our silk counter countarMonday conntaaMonday countert <
Monday It t Began BeganToday BeganToday BeganToday t
Today is the Third Day DayAll DayAll DayAll
All Week It Lasts LastsExchanges LastsNo
No Exchanges No Approvals No Samples Samplesof SaiiiplisSelected
Selected Sel ted from our regular regularseasons stocks we place on sale a great assortment assortmentseasons of the theseasons
seasons most popular weaves and reliable qualities qualitiesbeauti qualitiesbeautiful beauti beautiful ¬
ful satin ottomans crystals grosgrain weaves coteles Benga Bengalines BengaS Bengalines
sale lines S > etc Silks l worth up t to 85 cents t the l yard yardfor for this thissale thisSale l s 50 C CHundneds
Hundreds of yards of the rich rare silk weaves of the season season125 125 genuine im imported imported imported ¬
ported chiffon t taffeta plaids PIal ds in i beautiful Scotch and French Frenchclans F Frenchclans1
clans clans1 1 and 125 25 crepe de chine hordure b bordure125 rdure125 125 best Amer American American Amerlean ¬
ican liberties lib liberties100 rties100 100 and a d 125 messaline and satin souples in inevery ineve 60 C
every eve neiv new shade had for street and evening evenin wear for this sale yd ydEmbroidery ydEmbroidery ydEmbroidery
Embroidery Remnant Sale SaleAn
An event at the embroidery counter that offers the greatest greatestremnant greatestrenlnant greatestremnant
remnant bargains of the season seasonBegins seasonBegins seasonBegins
Begins Today at a 830 Sharp SharpCome SharpComeFor Come ComeFor
For our great embroidery remnant sale we have gathered the seasons entire supply supplyof
of remnants and short lengths from the newest embroidery patterns of the season seasonWe seasonYe seasonWe
We place them on the bargain tables for MidWeek Mid Veek sale at half and less lessIn lessIn lessIn
In the assortment are lengths from a yard and a half to five yards suitable for every everyuse
use that embroidery remnants may T be put to Flouncings bands edges insertions insertionsin
in dainty and exquisite blind and hand loom patterns made from the sheerest and andmedium andmedium andmedium
medium sheer cambric c > nainsook and Swisses Hundreds of pieces in the assortment assortmentall
all priced at clearance sacrifice for instance instanceRemnants instanceRemnanfs instanceRf7m
Remnants Rf7m ° tanis worth 350 the yard yardsafe sale saleRemnants 159 159Rnznants 159znants
Remnants znants worth 250 the yard yardsale sale saleRemnants 115 115Rentnants 115Remnants
Remnants worth L 100 00 the yard yardsale sale saleRemnants 49cRemnants 4fJc 4fJcRemnants
Remnants worth 50c the yard yardsale sale saleRemnants 2Jc 2JcRe 23cworth
Remnants Re nnants worth 25c the yard yardsale sale lQJ
p
2750 e MoyenAge Dresses Dresses1975 Dresses1975A 1975 1975A 75 75A
A Mid MidSmart Week special offering in in the suit section sectionSmart sectionSmart
Smart Moyenage dresses for winter in all the variations of this popular and effec effective effective effective ¬
tive style from the exquisitely braided taffeta and modest Jerseys to the fine serges sergesand sergesand sergesand
and broadcloths They are the elite for winter wear and servicePerfect in fit fab fabric fabric fabric ¬
ric and finish finishThey They are featured in all the new shades shadesblues blues greens grays rose roseblack roseblack roseblack
black etc etcworth worth up to 2750 2750lIidVcek MidWeek special special1975 special1975TailorEd special1975at 1975 1975Tailored
Tailored at ors d Waists 1250 12r Walking Skirts SkirtsAnother
I
198 198Another 19811l10ther 595 595For
Another bargain from the waist section sectionThe sectionThe sectionThe For MidWeek selling in the readyto readytowear
The new winter models in handsome handsomelinen handsomelinen handsomelinen wear section we have tabled one entire entirelot
lot of womens winter skirts some are arehandsomely arehandsomely arehandsomely
linen madras tailored waists Some Someare
or handsomely tailored plain effects others othersare othersate othersare
are neatly tucked and plaited others othersare are modishly trimmed with folds Panama Panamamohair Panamainohair Panamamohair
are the mannish style finished with withpocket withpocket withpocket mohair and voile in black blue gray and andbrown andbrown andbrown
pocket white only onlyMidWeek MidWeek special brown worth up to 1250 MidWeek MidWeekspecial MidWeekspecial595 IidVeekspecial595
198 special special595 special595Godbe special595GodbePitts 595 595GodbePittsDrugCo
Girls GirlsIn Wash Cis Dresses 12 Price PriceIn
In the childrens department today mothers will find the greatest savings ynt of offered offered offered ¬
fered on winter wash dresses We feature in this sale the desired winter weights ofPp of ofrepps ofrepps
repps re Pp s linens sateen piques etc etcmade e eand made in the onepiece style trimmed with braid braidand braidand
and bands or pretty piping pipinglight light dark and medium colors colorssizes sizes 6 to 14 years years650 years650I 650 650to
to 1500 values valuessale1h valuessale sale J2 price priceChiropractic priceCh priceChiropractic
I
I
Chiropractic ChiropracticWill Ch 1 ropractlc I IWill GodbePittsDrugCo GodbePittsDrugCoSpecials Godbe GodbePitts Pitts Drug Co CofuJecials CoSpecials The e Only u Real eat Successor Successorto
Will Cure You YouNo I INo iNo
for This Week WeekBeginning Weekglnnlng WeekBeginning to toD toD
Specials D O Calders Sons Company
No matter how long your case casehas casehas casehas Clayton Music Company
has been standing it can be becured becured becured DaynesRomney Music Company Com ComTne CGmpany
Beginning < today for one week wo wowill wowill wewill panyThe pany panyThe
cured Hundreds of incur incurable incurable incurable ¬ will sellRubifoam sell sellRublfoam The Dayn D1n1 s Music Mu c Companv CompanvClaytonPaynes CompanvClaytonDaynes
Rublfoam ro robI bI Tooth t Wash 2Sc size sizefor sizefor I ClaytonPaynes Music Mn lc Com Company Company CoinBeesley ¬
able cases are cured every everymonth everymonth everymonth for 15c 15cLa ncLa 13cLa pany
La Blache Face Powder 60c 60csize 6Qcsize 60csize Beealey Beeslp Music Company
month Call for free consulta consultation consultation consultation ¬ size sizeLaxative 33e 33eLaxative 33cLaxative Is the theConsolidated theConsolidated theonso
Laxative Bromo Quinine 23c 23csize 25csize 23csize
tion and examination examinationMrs size 19c 19cWilliams 19cVIlllams 19cWilliams Consolidated
onso Music Co GoJOO11J3
Williams Talcum Powder 25c 25csize 2ksize e esize i a e o
Pickard size 15e 16ePeroxide 15ePeroxide 15cPeroxide
Mrs G B H
Peroxide of Hydrogen 23c slzelOc slzelOcMnlvina slzelOelIah1na sizeiOcMalvina 1001113 Main St StN StW StN
Mnlvina Cream 50c size JSc JScCall 3ScCall 3cCall
217218 Herald Building Building1SU BuildingEstablished N W Clayton
President PresidentExclusive PresidentExclulv PresidentInclusive
Call 140 either phone day or night nightTour nIghtYOur nightYour
YOur order will be quickly deliv delivered delIvered delivered ¬ Exclusive A Agents cents for forSteimrnT forStelDwnT forSteinway
Elt Established Uahed 1SU 331 OfficeThe Office OttJouThe OffloesThe ered eredGodbePittsDrugCo eredGodbe eredo Steinway Sons SonsSohmer SonsSobmer
The Oldest and nd ndR LargsetR LarCt LarCtR Sohmer it Co CoVoae Coo Codose Pianos P
R G DUN CO COGEORGE COGEORGE CoGEORGE GodbePittsDrugCo GodbePittsDrugCoThe Godbe o e Pitts itts Drug Co CoThe o oThe W dose o W V A Kimball KlmlJ Son SonW SonsR II Co CoAnd CoAnel CoAnd lanDs
And five
other
beat
GEORGE BUST General Manager ManagerUtah ManagerUtah anqer anqerUtah stand standard stondard standard ¬
Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada NevadaOffice NevadaOffice The Old Reliable ReliableJOI ard makes
Office la Progress Pr crM Building Salt Lake LakCity LakeCity LaiCity 101 South Main n
City
ro roc
c
CUT THIS OUT OUTRecipe OUTRecipe
J
Recipe n That T Break n Cold In n Day Daynud Daysaid
said Cures Any Curable Cough CoughMix CoughlUx CoughMix
Mix half ounce of Concentrated pine pinecompound pinecompound pinecompound
compound with two ounces of glycerine glycerineand giycerlnand
and half a pint of good whiskey shake shakewell shakewell shakewell
well each time and use in doses of a aeaspoonful ateaspoonful ateaspoonful
teaspoonful to a tablespoonful every everyour eeofour everyfour
four our hours hoursThese hoursThese hoursThese
These Ingredients can be obtained obtainedfrom obtainedfrom obtainedfrom
from any good druggist druggistThe
The Concentrated pine Is a special specialpine specltllpine specialpine
pine product and comes only y i iounce in half halfounce haltounce
ounce bottles each enclosed In an air airtight airtight airtight ¬
tight case but be sure It Is labeled la eled Con Concentrated Concentrated Concentrated ¬
centrated centratedA
A prominent local druggist says that thathe thathe thathe
he has filled this prescription hundreds hundredsof
of times and that it is wonderfully ef efective effeethe effective
ective
ROBERT MURDOCK SUES SUESERNEST SUESERNEST SUESERNEST
ERNEST R WOOLLEY WOOLLEYRobert
Robert Murdock filed suit in the district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
court yesterday against Ernest R Wool Woolley Woolley Woolley
ley for 3000 on six promissory notes for for5x00
500 each which he claims Woolley nego negotiated negotiated negotiated ¬
tiated for him and then failed to turn turnover turnover turnover
over the money Murdock first made out outsix outsix outsix
six bearer notes but Woolley could not notnegotiate notnegotiate notnegotiate
negotiate these It is claimed and Mur Murdock Murdock JIurdock ¬
dock changed them making the money moneypayable moneypayable moneypayable
payable to Woolley It Is claimed that thateach thateach thateach
each of the notes was placed and that thatWoolley thatVoolley thatWoolley
Woolley got the money but that he has hasrefused hasrefused hasrefused
refused to pay any of It over to Murdock Murdockwhose Murdockwhose Iurdockwhose
whose name was on the notes Murdock Murdockasks Murdockasks Murdockasks
asks for the 3000 with interest since sinceJuly sinceTul sinceJuly
July Tul 1 1908
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESChauncey LICENSESChauncey LICENSESChauncey
Chauncey P Overfield and lone P Mor Morrison MorrIson Morrison ¬
rison Salt Lake LakeThomas LakeThomas LakeThomas
Thomas C Hand and Dora Hill Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakeGeorge LakeGeorge LakeGeorge
George D Ward Burley Burl Y Ida and andLaura andLaura
Laura A Rohlflng Brooklyn NY NYLouis N Y YLouis YLouis
Louis A Ward Burley Ida and Ella EllaA
A Elison Oakley Ida IdaFrank IdaFrank IdaFrank
Frank 0 Madson Salem and Mary MaryAnn IaI
Ann Dalton Malad Ida IdaAlma IdaAlma
Alma N Sisam East Jordan and Edith EdithL
L Bess Big CottonwoodClyde Cottonwood CottonwoodClyde
Clyde Russell and Ona O 1a Draper St StJohn StJohn StJohn
John Utah UtahFrank UtahFrank UtahFrank
Frank M 1 C Bretzlng and Margarete MargareteWollrab MargareteWollrab
Wollrab ollrnb Salt Lake LakeGeorge LakeGeorge
George C Miller and Wlnnlfred Grow GrowSalt GrowSalt
Salt Lake LakeArthur LakeArthur
Arthur W V FrazIer and Fannie E Wilde WildeOakley WildeOakley
Oakley Ida IdaHerman IdaHerman
Herman Noether and Hulda EhlertSalt Ehlert EhlertSalt
Salt Lake LakeJohn LakeJohn LakeJohn
John H RIchoy Colona Colo and andLaura andLaura andLaura
Laura Howell Coubldeau Colo
PROTESTS AGAINST THE THECONDITION THECONDITION THECONDITION
CONDITION OF STREETS STREETSJ
J T H Bailey yesterday filed a protest protestwith prot protestwith st stwith
with the city elt recorder on Its way to o the thecouncil thecouncil thecouncil
council protesting against the condition conditionof
of Third West est and Fifth South streets streetswhere streetswhere streetswhere
where cement sidewalks have recently
been laid He says piles of dirt have been b n
left there and that the first time rain raincomes raincOmes raincomes
comes the walks will be small rivers He Hoasks HeaskS Heasks
asks that the dirt be e cleared away and andthat andthat andthat I
that the gutter be put Into good condition
I

xml | txt