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H I, , n ii I.,, ii H Healthful Beer Is Pure.; Pure Beer .1 To Be Healthful Must Be Aged I Lemp's Draught I -.t and Bottled Beer H J is all this and more. A trial order H will convince you. Order from your HI ! nearest dealer, and if he cannot supply I i you, telephone us m ELK LIQUOR CO. mm, ? C. H. Reilly, Agent for Wm. J. Lemp Brewing H'j w Company St. Louis Draught and Bottled Beer H I 216 and 248 S. State Street H 1 Bell Phone OfFce. 188 Ind. Phone, Office, 1985 H ' Del. ottllng Worki, 176J.K l I ROUND TRIP I $30 I April 26th to I May 6th m First Spring Excursion via Utah's H Most Popular Road I Phones (jfX 169 Hj 1986 Sjfy s. MAIN H Come In and Get Acquainted I 6oing I jfl East H; Why Not Enjoy Yonrsell ? H You will If you travel over the I Illinois Central H Railroad Dl, It don't cost any more B The best of service between Omaha, Chicago, Minneapolis Hl and St. Paul, as well as between Chicago, St. K Louis, Memphis, New Orleans, and all HB other Southern and South- H eastern Points. H For 1 all Information and literature, call on or write B J. A. FOLEY Commercial Agent WM 75 W. 2nd South St. Salt Lake Cltr B Nil r 1 orate dinner in their honor on "Wednesday even ing, and In the afternoon Mrs. James Finlen was hostess at a beautifully appointed luncheon in honor of Mrs. Eskridge. The famous Langhorne-Astor match has been postponed indefinitely owing to the recent divorce decision in the Haddock case. The hundreds of cousins who reside here are greatly worked up over the affair from the woman with the tiny feet to those of the other patricians in the case. Time and space prevent an alphabetical list of cousins but the tale of the Langhorne disappointment is told in an eastern special as follows: London, May 1. Reports that Mrs. Nannie Langhorne Shaw and William Waldorf Astor, Jr., were married last week were unfounded. It is now learned that all preparations had been made for a wedding last Saturday, in the least con. splcuous manner possible, but the divorce de cision of the United States supreme court upset all arrangements. The legality of Mrs. Shaw's divorce may be affected by the decision, so the . marriage is indefinitely postponed. Her friends say she has not yet been able to get in communication with her former husband, Robert G. Shaw of Boston, and that a considerable time must elapse before steps can be taken to le galize the divorce and make it possible for Mrs. Shaw to marry Mr. Astor. Mrs. Shaw, famous as one of the "Gibson Girl" beauties, got her divorce in the state of Virginia, where she lived for years after she went home to her father, Cheswald Dabney Langhorne, at Mi rador, Albemarle county. The decree was grant ed on a charge of three years' desertion, a statu tory ground for divorce under the laws of that state. Mrs. Shaw was in Europe at the time the decree was granted. The supreme court, whose decision in the Had dock case, which has upset the generally accept ed validity of many divorces, held that the state of Connecticut has not obtained jurisdiction over the wife4 who lived in New York and never ap peared in the proceedings in Connecticut. Mr. Shaw remarried two days after the Vir ginia court granted his wife the divorce. She re tains custody of their child, a boy, 7 years old. Mr. Astor first met Mrs. Shaw last November on a steamship on which they were journeying from New York. Craig Wadsworth second sec retary of the American embassy in London, Intro duced them. It is said that with Mr. Astor it was a case of love at first sight. He paid her devoted attention on the ship and later in London, and when Mrs. Shaw took a hunting box in Warwick shire Mr. Astor, never a keen rider, took pains to distinguish himself in the Melton Mowbray hunt in order that Mrs. Shaw, a daring horsewoman, should not surpass him. Their engagement was announced last month. Even then there was a report of possible trouble because of the reluctance of many of the Ameri can clergy to pronounce the marriage ceremony for any divorced persons. There was even some talk that Mr. Astor and Mrs. Shaw would go to America and be married in Virginia. THE VERY BEST CUISINE FOR THE VERY BEST PEOPLE, A LA CARTE. "ALL HOURS." THE KENYON (NEW) CAFE. LEGAL NOTICES. AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance lovylng a tax and for tho assessment of property within the district aoacrlbod as, follows: Begin ning: at tho center of tho Intersection of Third South and Fourth West streets; theneo north to tho north lino of First North stroot; thence east to tho east lino of Thli West street: thonco north to tho south lino of Soc- WALKER BROS. 1 I BANKERS I . - A General Banking Business Transacted. " Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Established I860. 8ALT LAKE OITY, UTAH I A GAS WATER HEATER Attached to your present kitchen boiler will give enough hot water for a bath at a cost of about three cents, ti :t tt Don't forget that with a GAS RANGE in your house you j can sleep an hour later in the morning. Wc supply the best makes of each and would be glad to talk it over with you. Call 'phone 777 or drop us a postal. We are at your service. UTAH LIGHT & RAILWAY CO. Gas Department No. 9 S. Main St. ' J ' POWERS & MARIONEAUX 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 202, 203, 20-1. 205 and 200 Now Herald Building 8ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Boll Phono 1850 NATIONAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC U. S. DEPOSITARY Frank Knox, Pres. Jamki A. Murray, Vlco-Pres. W. F. Adams, Cashier. Capital Paid In $300,000 BankinR.ln all its branches transacted. Excbang drawn on tho principal cities in Europe. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Utah and Nevada Mines are receiving more atten- 1 tion from outsiders than the mining properties of any other states. Part of my business is to keep in touch with all development in order to keep my customers reliably informed. W. H. TIBBALS 302-303 Herald Buddina P. O. Box 44. Salt Lake Gty I OPEN ALL NIGHT TELEPHONE 36 S. D. EVANS I UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER I 213 STATE STREET SAL TLAKE CITY I R. G. DUN & COMPANY I The Mercantile Agency GEO. RUST. General Manager Utah, Idaho, Wyomins Offices, Progress Building Salt Lake Gty, Utah I ELI L. PRICE Grocer Poultry, Fish and Game 18 S. 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