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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 61909 11
I
IS SINGLE AGAIN
I IN SIXTEEN WEEKS
One of Six Divorcees Was Mar
ried Only Four Months
Ago
4
Iarried and given a divorce within four
months Is the record or Gertrude Carter
who was one of the five who received di
vorces at the hand or Judge C W Morse
yesterday Meanwhile Judge George G
Armstrong added one divorce to the list
Gertrude married William H Carter at
Farmmgton on July U 1009 and within
two weeKS she told Judge Morse her hus
band started abusing her When cold
weather came he refuse dto buy her warm
clothing She received a divorce her for
mEr name of Gertrude Reese and 2200
permanent alimony
Julia M Webb told or desertion In May
lros after she had been married eighteen
years to R S Webb She received a di
vorce and custody of her daughter 15
flare old
Paul M Marlger said his wIfe Jennie
ran away two months after they were
married on July 21 19O5 and has since
been lvlng 1n Salt Lake with a man
named Stubeek Sept 20 Manger gate
hor two matinee tickets and she never
lame back He got the decree
Lizzie May Thone a pretty woman with
dark flashing eyes said her husband
Frank A TholiP had been drunk almost
nU the tlrn since three months after
their marriage in Los Angeles on Sept
27 looj and that he had beaten her Her
husband Is lOW In Ml vale she believes
tdg Morse granted the divorce
Drunkenness for six years nonsupport
md ten desertion was the story told
ninst Daniel Voodhave by nls wife
Lizzil They were married in Denver on
Fl b 16 11193 and he deserted her In No
vember 1007 She received the divorce
and the custody of her three chIldren
Iamie M Dustin fearing her husband
Bert R Dustin a carpenter would leave
the city because ot her divorce action
fhd Oct 39 got Judge Morse to Issue
ar order for temporary alimony of 12 it
wk Dustin left the home last night
where he and his wife have been liv
Ing
Judgment for Alimony
It was on Jan 29 1908 that Ruth San
ret received n divorce from W J Sen
net with t20 a month alimony for the
support of herself md two children She
said only three payments had bee mnda
Final Judgment for 392 was entered
Sfnnet Is In Ely Nev and a civil ac
tion will be brought to collect the aU
mon
Georgia B Flndle Baker who received
a divorce from W T Findley on Feb 1
last and gave her husband the custody
of their one child when the divorce was
granted asked to have the child returned
to her She married r J Baker on Feb
5 6just 24 days after divorcing hr
first husband Roth of them want th
baby Judge Morse refused to change
the original order and incidentally re
buked Irs FindleyBaker for having
given her daughter to her divorced hus
band FindlE said the babe is now with
his sister In Michigan The case was
continued until Dec 3 to give Mrs Find
yBaklr time to learn whether the child
Is being well cared for Judge Morse mdl
rating that he would have It returned If
the sister was not properly caring fo it
A reconciliation has been effected In the
dlvorce suit of Elnora Robinson against
Albert Robinson and the case was con
tinued one week If by that time the
husband has paid f 5 to the attorney for
th wife the case will be dropped
While all this was going on before
Judge Morse Judge Armstrong granted
a divorce to Cecil C Hog an when she
told of the cruelty of William A Hog
g1n They were married on Aug 2t l00i
ThE wife received her maiden name of Ce
cil C Cowdln
CITY TREASURER REPORTS
Big Sum Left in the oater Bond
Fund Yet
The October report of City Treasurer
Gideon Snyder Was issued yesterday It
shows 3iiIi left in the water bond
fund and i67988O remaining in the sewer
fund In all or the special funds 637
73977 Is still to be used and 6363667 15
on deposit In the National Bank of the
Republic Cash on had Is only 13tlll0
Revenue funds show a balance of 39
t618 There 15 an overdraft of 71742
In the streets and sidewalks fund from
which transfers have been made during
till month to complete special word The
f + ads show the following balances at the
rIse of October Contingent fund 17
170 water supply and Irrigation 2
4 tt8 waterworks 170070 streets and
s Itwalks overdraft 719574 sewers
and drains 212196 library t91G48 sink
irg fund 1071989 bond Interest fund
111752 making a total of 3974618
ARRESTED ON SUSPICION I
John IOrriSOll and John Downey were
arrested In Salt Lake yesterday after
noon by Patrolman Harold Sleater They
are charged with petit larceny In the po
1c court at lIdvah and will be taken
there today It Is alleged they stole un
d belonging to a man working
at ono of the smelters They were ar
rested on descriptions furnished by the
marshal of ll1dvale
If the Century does your printing It
will be delivered when promised Cen
tury Printing company 5557 Postoffice
Place
Pioneer Roofing
FurnIshed laid and guaranteed by
LAlnERT PAPER 0
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TODAY
THE BIG
0ic NGG
SHOPPING DAY
All Salt Lake and Vicinity Will Turn Out Today to Attend the Big One Hundred
Thousand Dollar Smle of Womens Misses and Childrens
READYYOWEAR GARMENTS
Its the greatest sale in the history of the city The big store has been taxed to its
utmost in taking care of its big crowds Today the bargains that will be offered
will pack the house We intend to make it the greatest day of the sale We extend
an invitation to every woman in Salt Lake to attend our Big November Sale
A List of Extraordinary
l Saturday Sale Specials
600 700 and 800 all wool
Skirts at 495
500 beautiful i Silk Waist
349
Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats
at 395
350 all l wool Taists special
195
200 Heaherbloom and Kers
1 29
fit Petticoats
250 and 275 long l Kimonos
special r 195
175 Childrens Wool Dresses
1 29
ages up to 14
100 good quality Percale Waist
69
at c
DOe Black Mercerized Petticoat
at 59 c
Flannelette Dressing Sacques 29
at c
Childrens Flannelette Dresses
at 19 C
Childrens School Dressesages 8
to 14 years 98 C
e NECKWEAR
Heavy Lace Dutch Collars 30c and 35c 25
value special C
Fine Duchess Lace Dutch Collars reg
ular value 65c special 5 0 C
Fancy Handkerchiefs 25c f 5
vitlues special 3 or 0 c
A line of fine Leather Bags in black only me
dium size regular 175 values I
for 119
Extra fine Elastic Belts in all the lat
85
est shades regular 125 special C
Our Ribbon Leader25c all silk Taf
15
feta Ribbon all colors per yard C
Our Entire Line of Women and Misses
ailorMade Suits at a Discount of One
Fourth from Regular PricesRanging in Price
from 2750 up t 10000
Satnrc1ay an IUlIUel1Se Sale of Special Sample Line Sale of Human
Childrens Coats Hair Switches
350 Childrens Bearskin Coats Regular 150 Switches for 85
at 2 69 Regular 250 Switches for 125
300 Childrens all wool Coats Regular 300 Switches for 150
at 195 Regular 350 Switches for 175
Regular 400 Switches for 200
300 Childrens white Bearskin
Coats at 2 25 Regular 450 and 500 SWItches for250
Sample Line Sale Young Girls GLOVES
Coats 195 Boys Gauntlet Gloves per 50
C
Ages from 8 years up to 14 a good range of pair
colors and several styles to choose from val Ladies good quality Cashmere
3
ues up to 750 Gloves per pair v c
SATURDAY MILLINERY495A Price an
a ue that Has Made this Store Famous
And when we offer a Hat at this price we draw a crowd Everybody knows what to expect =
and the Hat that will be on sale today is away out of the ordinary They are handsomely trim
med with wings feathers and metaled bands all the newest fall ideas all the latest materials
and colorings
Womens and Young Girls Coats1095
Special sample line will be a big drawing card to the great sale They comprise the latest new
fall models all the 1atest colors and materials regular 1250 and 1500 values several styles to
choose from aU sizes
Muslin Underwear Specials 4Sc Battellberg Specials
125 and 150 Battenberg Drawn Work
A sample I 1 line consisting of Short Skirts
Squares and Covers Saturday spe
Corset Covers Long SkIrts Drawers and cial i 1 9 8 C
Night Gowns values up to 75c and 100 15c and 20c Battenberg and Drawn Work
Colored Flannelette Petticoats 50c and Irish Crochet Doilies i
at C i1212c
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lilt 11 Visit Our Womens Readytowear Department
Economy is buying something good at a lower price it is never economy
y err x to buy shoddy stuff at any price We carry none but goad merchandise
They are the cheapest for you Arrivals daily of new creations in
v l i Ladies Suits Dresses and Coats
I i I Our prices are 20 per cent lower than you have been accustomed to paying because we do a cash
business and you dont have to pay tor those who dont pay their bills
r Every day we offer economy object lessons
0 GRIt Y BROS CO a 258 S Main Street
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BIRDS DESERT THE ISLAND I
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Sea Fowl Quit Their Summer Home
on Annual Flight to Winter II I I
Resort i
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Three Salt Lakers returning from a
two days cruise In an open launch
among the Islands of Great Salt lake
reported yesterday that Bird Island
famous in the sprIng and summer
months for Its millIons of sea bIrds is
now utterly destitute of any signs of
fowl life George Potter Frank Davis
and George Leslie comprised the part
and the trip was made In Potters boat
Potter saId that although Bird Island
was fairly covered with nests and egg
shells no living thing was found there
On Egg island off the northern ex
tremity of Church Island some few sea
gulls were seen but even these were
scarce The explanation lies in the fact
that the Islands of the Inland sea are
used only as breeding places during
spring and summer As early as the
latter part of August In fact as soon
as the young are capable of flying the
birds in great flocks fh back to the Pa
due coast I
The party enjoyed smooth seas and
calm weather during the cruise I
EATS BUT CANNOT PAY Ii
Prisoner Unable to Convince Police
Court by His Logic
That sort of logic which secures a
square me1l1 without the price to settle
it Is not countenanced by Judge J M
Bowman so Frank Judson arrested on
a charge of drunkenness was given five
days In the city jail yesterday afternoon
chiefly because he had reasoned that a
square meal In a man could stand for
being arrest afterwards Judson got
his meal In a West Second South street
restaurant and then quietly Informed the
pcprietor that he could send for the po
lice H J Miller and Fred Johnson each
of whom told different stories about the
same fight were fined 5 each on charges
of fighting
Jose PhllIlpa a Mexican was given 15
days on n charge of vagrancy
Abe llller charged with drunkenness
was In such a condition from the effects
of his debauch that it was necessary to
have him removed to the SL Marks hos
pital yesterday afternoon
PRIMARY TEACHERS MEET I
Institute Held at Lafayette School
Building Yesterday
The institute of the teachers of the pri
mary grades of the public schools was
held at the Lafayette school yesterday
afternoon and was well attended Super
Intendent D H Christensen made an ad
dress followed by a talk from Principal
E E H Scott of the Waterloo school
Miss Edith Kendall teacher In the fourth
grade at the Waterloo school had a
class demonstration In spelling Some of
the boys and girls of hnr class were on
exhibition and entertained the teachers
of other city schools In a spelling con
test The teachers then took up the regu
lar work directed by Supervisors Wil
liam A Wetaell J Leo Fairbanks and I
Miss Rosalie Pollocke I
BUYS WEATHER MACHINE
Junk Dealer Pays 1 for Historic Old
Stand
At public auction yesterday one silver
dollar was paid for an old steel stand
on which were mounted directors and
steel cups that have kept track of Salt
Lake weather for fifteen years This
meteorological Instrument Was mounted
on the roof of the Board of Trade build
Ing fifteen years ago Later when the
weather bureau took rooms on the top
floor of the Dooly block It was removed
to the roof of that building With the re
moval of the weather offices to the Bos
ton building the old stand was left be
hind a new one having been supplied > by
the government A junk dealer paid
the 1
NINE BUILDING PERMITS I
Pc
Inspector Authorizes Construction
Amounting to 25000
Nine permits aggregating 25500 were
issued by Building Inspector A B Birth
yesterday as follows
Washburn Tobin rear 3335 West
First South street oncstor brick
storehouse GOO
Clayton Investment company 56
East First South street new front 40
Clayton Investment company 4S
East First South street new front 400
I E B Wicks agent 65j9 Vest Third
South street onestory brick eight
stores HIj
Modern Home Building company
465 J street sixroom brick dwell
ing 3500
Modern Home Building company G69
Ninth avenue sIxroom brick
Ing 3500
F A R Iaddlson 265 Ninth ave
nue fiveroom brick dwelling 3000
John A Lenzi 268 South Ninth East
street alterations 40

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