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TRUTH. 5 I
will bo tho guest of Mrs. L. Charles.
Miller for a few days next week, and
an effort Is being made to Induce her
to give a recital while here.
Mrs. E. J. Chambers, who has spent
tho past year with her daughter, Mrs.
W. P. Kiser, has gone to join her son
in New York for a short stay.
4 Colonel C. D. Moore left Wednesday
ovonlng for a business trip of some
weeks through Arizona.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Gates re
turned Vedne3day to their home in
Bingham after a few days spent in
Mr. and Mrs. George Jay Gibson will
shortly be in their new homo at 12G7
Gordon Hutchins is back from a
month's trip througn Mexico.
mi Mrs. C. H. Hammcll has gone to
Butte, called there by tho death ot
Mrs. E. C. Thomas and Miss Thom
as of Butte aro in tho city, and will
b. at tho Keith apartments for a few
Mrs. Everett Buckingham and Miss
Harriet Dunster entertained at bridge
Thursday for Mrs. rtobert J. Barkloy.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. O'Meara aro
now at homo at 898 Brigham street,
tho residence formerly occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Perry S. Heath.
Mrs. Ralph E. Hoag of Ogden was
tho guest for a few days of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Armstrong.
Mrs. M. McKImmlns and Miss
Georgie McKimmlns aro back from a
month's stay in San Francisco and
Mrs. Robert Patterson expects to
' leave about November 1 for North
Carolina to join -Lieutenant Patterson
and to spend tho winter.
Mrs. Thomas Carter will leave
about November 1 to spend tho win
tor with her sister at Long Beach,
Miss Maud M. Hackett of Kansas
City and Edward Skldmoro of Salt
Lake woro married in tho temple
5f r r TELEGRAPHERS
J J J NEEDED
Annually, to fill the now positions cre
ated by Railroad and Telograph Com
panies. Wo want YOUNG MEN and
LADIES of good habits, to
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING
. Wo furnish 75 per cent, of the Oper-
atora and Station Agents In America.
Our six schools aro tho largest exclu
sive Telegraph School IN THE
WORLD. Established 20 years and
endorsed by all leading Railway Of
ficials. We execute a $250 Bond to every
student to furnish him or her a post
Ion paying from $40 to $00 a. month in
States cast of tho Rocky Mountains,
or from $75 to $100 a month In States
vest of tho Rockies, Immediately upon
Students can enter at any time. No
vacations. For full particulars regard
ing any of our Schools write direct to
A our executive office at Cincinnati, O.
The Morse School of Telegraphy
Cincinnati Ohio, Buffalo, N.Y.
Atlanta Ga. La Crossa Wis.
Taxarkana, Tax. San Franolsco, Calif.
As nutritious as any English Port
ers or Malt Tonics, and a
Krug's "Extra Pale"
Light, and mild, palatable, and
appropriate on all
Either of tho above brands deliv
ered in any part of the city.
The Old Resort,
276 So. Main St.
ADAM SNYDER, Proprietor.
Thursday. In the evening a reception
in their honor was given at 1873
Tenth East street.
Mr. and Mrs. George Taysum and
Miss Ada Faust havo moved to San
Francisco and will mako their homo
Mrs. W. H. Jones is down from tho
ranch in Idaho for a stay or two
Abner Glosz, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1.
C. Glosz, has returned from tho east,
and will spend tho winter at home.
D. Macpherson Boyd has returned
Miss Louise Berg and Miss Graco
Berg, formerly of Denver, havo como
to Salt Lake to mako their homo, and
aro now at 147 Brigham street.
Trj 8hepard Co on collection
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DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
SECURITY & TRUST COMPANY
Salt Lake City.
CUT RATES EAST
Roraombcr Hint I am solllwr cost
bound excursion tlakots at
greatly reduced rates. Low
rates to nil points east.
Travel now whtlo
QROSHELL'S TICKET OFFICE
221 Mala Street. Established 17 Years
BURTON COAL & LUMBER CO.
Yard and Office 363 W. Fifth South.
Up town office 66 W. Second South.
Both Telephones 808
PjSD A Striking I
ISp Effect in . I
IH Carpets I
Is not obtained by flashy but by a harmonious com- H
bination of artistically blended shades and tints, M
and perfection of pattern. Add to these desirable M
qualities in floor covering work and woof, which will M
stand the test of time, foot and broom wear, and M
you have a fair idea of the new carpets, roll upon M
roll of which we display for your close scrutiny. M
MODERATE PRICES PREVAIL IN EVERY LINE H
MODERN HOUSE OUTFITTERS. I
The Greenewald Furniture Co. I
33-35-37 WEST 3RD. SOUTH ST. I
" The store with the'reputation " H
WALKER'S STORE I
THE SEASON ADVANCES I
WE NOW PAESENT THE GREAT ANNUAL DRESS
Always attended by extraordinary undorpricing, this will outstrip B
thorn all in valuo giving. If Tho greatest effort is always mado to H
make this the grandest sale of the year. This time wo havo left nothing H
undone which could add to its completeness H
We include in this sale our entire stock of H
Dress Goods and have added thousands of H
yards of factory short lengths, brought
direct from the markets lor this selling. H
Wonderful reductions on all Dress Goods. H
SEE SUNDAY PAPERS Sale will begin Monday the 30tb, but H
accounts will be charged to November bills. H
I ONE ROUND TRIP A I
Fare on the street cars every day to sec the gjplip M
butcher and baker to say nothing of the LOSS M
OF TIME, will amount to more than the cost of an unlim- M
ted residence M
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Sm Ever THINK of it? I
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