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The Salt Lake Tribthsdej: reday Mobgntestg. X actuary i, 1904. 5 H
''Kjsion for Legal Services
p rEN8ERED by great infidel
Lien tt Racovsr $140,000 for
I Settling Estate.
S' I
fAction Brought by Wifo of Hobsrt
Ingersoll, Who Settled Mil
herg jf lionaire Davis Estate.
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well a 'i
rv3 Boston, Dec. 3L The United,' States
circuit court has made a decision In fn-
vor 0f Eva A. Insersoli, administratrix
fJ of the estate of Robert G. Ingersoll, In
Jan action against Joseph A. Coram andl
ikJ fiolhere. to the effect that the plaintiff
. ! bas a good Hen on the property of the
.'. ' ! ?(JcfenJants on account of legal services
' rrendcrel,by Mr. Ingersoll. The case In
Evolves about $1-10,000 allegd to bo. due the
estate for services given by Mr. Inger-
!Mn as attorney In settling the estate of
'h,the late-millionaire, Andrew J. Davis of
, i J3utte. Mont
Tlif. court finds that the lien rests upon
: I W agreement between the defendants,
VW vho Inherited a part of the Davis es
JkA' itate, and Mr. Ingeraoll, and not on the
A, i statutes of Montana governing attor
Vft' (fncys Hens. RS ruled by Montana courts
hn a previous action.
The decision does not determine the
. 'amount due the plaintiff, but simply
11 : the auestion of lien. "With this point
:Bttled the case will bo presented on its
till merits before the United States Circuit
It court.
" " Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smcdlcy announco
) tho engagement of their daughter. I.oulsc
Smedlry-Smlth, to "William H. Curtin of
i St. Joseph. Mo. The wedding will take
75 , place shortly after Easter.
V "
lw2 Thursday evening, January 11th, Is tho
ttfei Jj date set for the Alta club reception. Con
IeSS lrary to expectations, the invitations will
BIB ? bo confined exclusively to club members
wff i and thclr ram,iics- Ti iiffair D n
-' of tho most elegant of tho season.
9jjH ' Ono of the moot enjoyable parties of the
rfCtl ' Kason 'as 1,10 hop at the Fifth East
J . hotel last evening, when tho guests of the
" hotel entertained their friends to the
e?roL .number of 250. The entire lower lloor was
'''5fV4 'or tho reception und entertainment
ifr fce guests and waa mado especially at
rtr.iw. wtlro in honor of the occasion. Tho
Pfljlffy, fild&y colors were everywhere, lnclud
(Aifcfcatoonlngs of evergreens, branches of
CXI 'holly and -nlstlctoo and red-shades clcc
i trollers and candelabra. The largo hall
f and parlora vere used as reception-rooms
(ns -' the guests being received by Mrs. Thomp-
:m son. Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Ross, Mrs.
"v j ; r"ellng, Mls.s Ross and Miss Jennings.
-, j!-Jj ;' la tho dlnlnc-room tho lloor was cleared
'. w for dancing, while punch and refreshment
i were acrveJ hi small rooms adjoining,
.-.Si both of which wcro beautifully decorated
m is In tho Chrlutmns colors. A fino programme
j : of music wag furnished, and tho guests
yfl 1. danced long after the New Year had
a ' dawned.
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, Gov. and Mrs, Wcll3 will receive Infor
d mally thl afternoon from 2 to C o'clock
S Vnt their home, 61 First street. They will
-j! : b aoslstcd by members of the Governor's
.jgjfj 1 Uff and ladles, and Mrs. E. A. Tripp
. iSSi ik JIr9- Alma D. Katz, Mrs. Lear Rlter. Jr.,
' 31ra- Davl(1 15 Hempstead and Miss Emily
'iTI T ncn". 'o invitations have been Issued,
JiiS ! but all friends of Gov. and Mrs. Wells
A will be most welcome,
dlH v " "
Za'&L Co anJ Mrs. Bubb and the Misses Bubb
WSm v y1" recclvo today at their home at Fort
00M ? Douglas
his Woodward and Miss Rooklcdgo rc
3 ir elve this afternoon from 1 to 7 o'clock In
t0M i nonor of Mrs. Sharp and Mrs. Davis of
r w York,
The third and last in the scries of lunch
( fona was given ycntfrday by Mrs, Y11
J llam H. Cunningham. Tho vcrv pretty
yj '. decorations were carried out In red and
jl green, similar to tho.ic used at the two
13 ,. previous luncheons. Polnchelta and car-
? ijatlono were seen, with green-shnded can.
31 ' Uel!ibra at cither end of the board, and
kLvB " "Pfays of holly on the cloth and at tho
: places of the guests. Tho place cards
M 1 We"c Pretty calendars for 1901, done In wa-.J-a
' ter colors. Covers were laid for twelve.
tel i "
ifi-'fl : ,.Mr Clinton 73. I.clgh, Mrs. Pointer and
Wf ;he M!es Pointer ivlll receive their
gSf mends informally this afternoon from 1
$fi o'clock at 003 First street.
'mfitnhcTs of the Scwlnc club and. their
:afs' Rcntlemen friends were most delightfully
'itfMi vi t?,lnc1 ,aaL 'JvcnhiB at the homo of
3H i n tf Mary Cowan. It was a "proposal'
aj t1" nnd the form of entertainment f
"aSB J. S i no on1 r amusement for the young
iiiM I r Each girl was given a number of
v ' fJtaris a,ul rnlttciiH. each young man a
Vm Dm cr ot r'nsw. No matter whether the"
ifl S.uacc;ntc'1 r noL s,,c W,B presented
S. J'h a ring, but the boys got either a
C?rf or 11 mitten. At the close of th6
ifflE v:?lnB Prl2cs wcro awarded to the girl
E' 7 s tne greatest number of rings, and
If- i 0 boy having tho greutcst number
Til IK t!ruand Mr- A. E. Hlrth entertained a
J IT. ?bcr of friends at an Informal card
'3 i ifi p last evening.
I Ii " "
'tlF. rightful "watch" party was tjiat
i:- AlL i nl l."c hon,c of Miss Hlllle Hansen
LJ 111 i 'enlnc Cards were played until
nilr whcn refreshments were en-
1 1 f
jf 1 v ; ,' - Whiteside. O'Connor entertained at
I ? nformAl tea on Wednesday afternoon
4nH l,Munoru0f Mrs- J- G- Sawyer. Present
I ,iL ef K"est honor were Mrs. For.
"nana Dickon, Mrs. B. A. M, Frolseth.
? I Xvu;, Fec'val O. Perkliw, Mrs. A. B.
tS li Vf' MrK- Al,pn M. Howard. Miss El
It lc Dlckcrt, Miss Beatrice O'Connor.
.iM .iani2 Mrs- n- r". A. Culmcr entcr
;:,3 "' "T9Kn. u fc'v'' frlonds Informally Inst even
iTJ f1 i honor of their silver wedding.
- ; I iiuti0 M"' Mllcs W,'J return tho lnltcr
! I K.ii.'" ncxl wofk from a year's vlwlt lh
! '
jj SLSnd ,Mrs- Jacob Morltz entertained
Jl Wr- !i?r laa.1 evening, covers being laid
Kaeen ri ' nie. deconitlnns were all In
: M Dlec nf carnntlons forming the center
iHI cand(.i?1hiho i'Vn(1 taulft w,lh red-ahaded
8 J ft cteRSLi1-1 cIlner ,!,n1' Suspended from
Kban wte, At,tlic hour of midnight this
mim tclcer.ed ,u,1,d 11 fell a shower of
.contffldrCBMCcl t0 tno guox' Present,
jt: UIuainlnB the season's greetlnga from the
' "
A Smart Theater or Dinner Waist.
Pretty bertha waists are much in demand both with, high or low neck. This
excellent one can be made In either style and with long or elbow sleeves. As
shown It is of champagne colored crepe de Chine with the yoke and cuffs oC
tucked moussollne and luce, trimming of taffeta ruches but all' the fashionable
soft and pliable materials are appropriate. The handkerchief bertha and the
wide puffed sleeves are specially graceful nnd the waist most satisfactory In both
forms. To make it for a woman of medium size will be required 5V1 yards of
material 21, -1 yards 27, or 2 yards 41 Inches wide with 1 yard of Inserted tuck
ing. A May Manton pattern, No. 4604, sizes 32 to 40, will be mailed to any ad
dress by the Fashion Department of The Tribune on receipt of 10 cents.
( Send to , ,
Pattern No (Ten Cents Enclosed.)
host and hostess for their guests, together
with telegrams from friends at distant
points. Thoco who enjoyed the evening
vero Mr. and Mrs. Ransohoff, Mr. and
Mrs. Iehman, Mr. and Mrs. Oberndorfer.
Mr. and Mrs. William Simons of Butlo.
Simon Bamberger and Herman Bamberger
of this city. ,
This evening at "Unity hall the young
ladles of the church will give a "coterie
calendar" In costume. The entertainment
is to be followed by an Informal danco.
Mrs. W. E. Coulam and Miss Geary will
recclvo their friends tn)s afternoon from 3
to 6 o'clock at the home of Miss Geary, 74C
East Second South street.
tt a
Miss Maud 3 ray Babcock ia vjsiting in
Philadelphia, and is not expected to re
turn until the luttcr part of January.
Mrs. D. C. Roberts entertained at a
very informal tea yesterday afternoon In
honor of her sister, Mrs, Dockery of Boise.
The Misses Emma Fisher, Mary Wight
man, Noll Ctillon, Clara Dlohl, Catherlns
Moffatt and Sadie Merrill will receive to
day from 4 to 6 o'clock at the homo of
Mrs. I. M. Fisher, 76S Second street.
A letter received yesterday from Mrs.
D. C. McLaughlin reports that she Is still
at Monte Carlo, and while the crisla of
the disease Is thought to have been
passed, she was still very ill and wns only
permitted to see her llttlo daughter for a
few moments onco a day. One of the
leading physicians of Europo had been
called In consultation Just before the let
ter was written.
Owlng to the sudden Illness of Mrs.
Gcoghcgau, the musical which was to havo
been given at the hoaie of Mr. and. Mrs.
Joseph Gcoghegan' last evening has been
postponed until Tuosday-of next week.
Col. Wing entertains at a dinner party
at tho Wilson this evening.
Tho Commercial club will keep open
house today for mombers and their
The second in the scries of dances glv-"
en by the Degree Teams' association,
Woodmen of tho World, was quite as suc
cessful and enjoyable as the first. Chlls
tcnsen'K hall was crowded and dnuelns
was kept up until long after midnight
Punch and light refreshments were
served during the evening from prettily
decorated tables In the refreshment-room.
The committee In charge of the arrange
ments Included George Wood. C. Duncan
and F. Wiseman, who received mnny con
gratulations on the success of tho ball.
IL Simon was floor director. The next In
the scries of dances will be given the lat
ter part of January.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney K. Hooper arrived
last evening from Denver, where they
were married on the previous day.
Charles Dull returned yesterday from
Chicago, whero ho has been spending the
past few monlhn.
The young ladies of the Unitarian
church will give n calendar coterie, fol
lowed bv an Informal danco, at the
.Unity hall, 140 South Second East, to
night at S o'clock. Admission, 50c.
Eat Royal Bread. It is pure and
wholesome. Sold everywhere;
Mari'inga Licenses.
Bernard McNulty, AUsaum, Nov St
Una Home, Ausaum, Nov 32
James li. Marshall. Salt Lake City 20
Cora E. Hatch, Aurora, JU 20
Albert C. Paulln, Salt Lake City 22
Lottio Pickering, Salt Lako City 20
Peter Munday, Bingham 42
Mrs. E. Bowden, Salt Lako City... 10
William A. Egbert, West Jordan 27
Clara J. Farmer, Herrlman 22
Don't Worry.
This Is easier said that done, yet It
may be of gome help to consider the
matter. If the cause Is something over
which you have no control it is obvious
that worrying will not help the matter
In the least. On the other hand, if
within your control you have only to
act. When you have a cold nnd fear
an attack of pneumonia,' buy a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
use it judiciously and all cause for
worry as to the outcome will quickly
disappear. There Is no danger of pneu
monia when it is used. For sale by all
Aside From This the Meeting of the
Board of Public Works Was
The Board of Public Works held Its
last regular meeting yesterday, and al-
though tho session was rather quiet
the chairman took occasion to snub City
Engineer Kclsey and. introduced a com
munication reflecting in a measure upon
the City Council for Its action in throw
ing out the bids of Kennedy & Co.
The communication referred to re
viewed the circumstances leading up to
the throwing out of the Kennedy bids
and the subsequent investigation by the
Council of the insinuations made about
the substitution of the original proposal
In regard to one of the contracts'. It
also set out that Inasmuch as the Coun
cil had found, before expunging tho
whole matter from the records of that
body, that the figures had always been
35 cents for the eight-Inch lead pipe,
that It was only right that the contract
should be awarded to Kennedy & Co.
aa the lowest bidder. He stated that the
awarding of the sower and water con
tracts to this company meant a big sav
ing to the city. Its bids on the two con
tracts having been 32491 less than those
of other bidders. As the city expected
to be dealt with fairly, he said, it was
no more than honesty that the same
treatment be accorded to those who had
gone to the trouble and expense of fig
uring on the work with the expectation
of receiving the contracts In the event
that they w ere the lowest blders. When
it was moved to place the. communica
tion upon the minutes the members all
.voted in favor of the motion with the
exception of Mr. Kelsey.
City Recorder Nystrom acted as clerk
of the Board, although Mr. Kegler was
In attendance. When Mr. McMillan
made a motion to the effect that the
chairman be authorized to prepare and
submit the payrolls of the department to
the City Council Monday morning Mr.
Kelsey interposed an objection, saying
that he wanted to see the payrolls be
fore they. were submitted. The motion
was yien altered to Include the City En
gineer. Mr. Nystrom stated that he had
taken charge ot the ofllce, but would
keep. Mr. Kegler until Monday, when
he would make an appointment for the
jilace. Mr. Kegler wanted to know
what compensation he would receive
and was Informed that it would be the
same as that which he has been receiv
ing. The members agreed that they would
nil tender their resignations separately
next Monday morning. Before the meet
ing adjourned Mt Clawson expressed In
a few words his appreciation of the
treatment that had been accorded him
as chairman of the Board; he mentioned
the names of three members and the
clerk, but ignored Mr. Kelsey complete
ly. Adjournment was then taken, sub
ject to call.
Men in 125 Office Buildings Called
Out, and Steam Is to Be
Shut Off.
Chicago, Dec. 31. A strike of engi
neers was declared today against 125
ofllce buildings In Chicago. Engineers
have been called out at the Masonic
temple, the Schiller and the Fort Dear
born buildings. Agents of the union
say men will be called out of twenty
more bulldlngf at once. The strike
was ordered upon the refusal of the
Business Managers' association to pay
the scale demanded, 37', cents an hour.
It was announced that the union was
backed by the Steam Power council,
and expects to shut off the coal supply
of the buildings which have been placed
under fhe unlon'u ban.
Sellers Sc. Holt still dolnE business at
Utah State Livery Stables, 233 State,
Phone 303. Usual prices.
I MEHESY, the For rier
I And begs leave on this day of joy and feasting to thank them jfi
I for their generous co-operation in making the Holiday Season 5
1 such a magnificent success.
1 The business has grown stcadil- since its inauguration, 1
but never has it shown such expansion as during, the year G
I closed. T.he sales are by far the largest the store has ever j
known. I
1 And tomorrow we are better prepared than ever, and more
anxious and desirous to serve you promptly and well. Your
I excellent and steadfast appreciation is a strong stimulus to 9
1 better doing. Thank you.
I I. C. GLOSZ, Manager.
j Happy New Year So AH! j
Old Tear, farewell! ,
1003 has passed away. i
1 Its sands have run their full time. :
It has slipped into the vestals of the past, bearing with it our joys
and sorrows, hopes and fears, pleasures and profit, loss and gain, bury- ;
lng them all In the sepulchre of Time. Farewell, Old Tear, - farewell,
; , but Hark! !
I "Ring out the old, Ring In the new ''
I Ring out thevfalse, Ring In the true!" j
We take this occasion to thank our. many patrons for their patron- i
nge during the past year, and trust we may have the pleasure of your l
future good will and support. ,
H And here's hoping 1I)0; may have nothing but happiness In store for f
: you. Our store will be d today. TOMORROW COME AND SE- 5
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Ladies' Patent
Coltskln, blucher cut, hand
sewed welt sole, dull kid top,
and 27 other styles of $3 50,,
and $4.00 shoes, all sizes j
$2.65 a Pair
Wonderful low price on en
tire stock.
238 and 240 Main St.
'Phono 695.
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Phone 1C63-Z.
i ICQ E. 2ND SO.
j All klnd3 of woodwork, including
', cvcrvthlng from tho making of models
i and "patterns to repairing or building
The retail office of the Utah
H Fuel Co. and Bamberger Coal
H Co., formerly located at 73 Main
I st, is now at 1G1 Meighn st. fl
H Headquarters for jy
I The Man on
I Meighn St j
Delivered to al parts of the city Phono
ir call and leave your order for tho boa
Vienna Model Bakery
and Cafe
reA In France and Germany as WMi
ft well as our own United States fjS
0W the people give NEW TEAR'S Bjfl
MAS GIFTS, and we have jfaj
ftp more time to show our goods Hq
Sm and you have more time to EkI
make selection at lower prices. P
1 J. F. EOES, I
259 IVi
I Approclalo Its superior quality, and Its
rich, delicate flavor.
; Solt Importers,
uiyiauiajku.i YOUNO, M1DDLH
i V R 7jSl i pi LY. If you aro eexeuai
! L J f, SwH l P ly wcak, no matter
ado b2! ES from what cause; unde.
J IpiV F "li H velopod; havo stricturo,
H VTiMrrTKyTMBri varicocele, etc.. My
PEKKECT APPLIANCE will cure you.
No drugn or electricity; 75,000 cured and
developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Sond for
free booklet. Sent 3en.led. Guaranteed.
Write today. R C. Emmet, 243 Tabor
Block, Denver, Colo,
Established 1870.
Popular Tailors,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
7. O. Box 688t. Salt LaJco Cit.
greeting! 1
' Bfl
The Huerbach Store Extends Its I
I Sincere Wishes to One and I
Rli for a Happy and Pros- I
perous New Year. I
I Thanks to you, our customers, for the generous H
part you're played in furthering the good work of 1 H
this thoroughly dependable and popular store for H
your liberal patronage which brought us the great- 1 H
est year's business we've ever enjoyed. H
This staunch support and strong approval of our 1 H
methods urges us on to greater achievement deter- 1 ' H
mines us to more than ever merit your rightly placed H
. confidence. We want your suggestions, your co-op- ; H
eration, your support. We want to make this best H
j store even better. i H
j You can help us. We will do our part. H
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j.-4 0pp j.-4 j . 1
j Entire Stock of Men's Shoes. " Boyden's " Smart 1 I
I Shoes and wThe Harlow." Full run of. sizss. I M
7.00 Grades $5.25 j S4.00 Grades $300 I ;H
S6.00 Grades $4.50 ?3.50 Grades $2.65 I ;H
$5.00 Grades $3.75 1 i:H
153 Main Street. East Side. Under tin Electric Shn " Gray's " I ifl
IJy Put a box of Sweet's Carnation H
1 Chocolates with your wish for a Iffl
. happy New Year. ' ffl
I A Happy New Year I
"The Whiskey Merchants."
I Purest and Best for Puddings, Custards, Blanc Mange, Etc. 1
1 For sale by all first-class grocers. 1 1

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