H THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 9, 1909. 5 H
If RESIGN If Z10H
Kccompanied by a Fall in
Hfciuni - """,'.'.'.32 degrees 4
Hwn '7",V"!....30 degrees J-
B. t" for ' ' Tuesday : Goner- 4-
!nm of Monday morning was
k a fill In the temperature
.V compared 7ith that 'of
Sio" During- the, twenty-din--
at 6 P. m Monday even
an temperature was SO do
l degree below normal,
forni "aVhed Colorado
frninc causing rain, sleet,
Twlnd In Up path as prc
8v bS Ho central office. A
in fn 30 degrees below zero.
!er rUonsV Montana the
r Lake region and British
TfrrltorS- Another storm
the north Atlantic const,
uth Pacific and the British
errltory the barometric pros
,the severo cold wave ac
the latter. . , , ,
" salt Lake City and vlcln
meteorological record at tho
of the United States wea
?or "ho twentv-four hours
, tn. was 3S follows:
-e at 6 p. m.. 30: maximum
32: minimum temperature.
iperature. 30 which is 1 de
ormal. Total excess of tem
c the first of the month, 50
jmulated excess- of tempcra
nusry 1. 3.4 1 degrees. Total
.50 Inch, total precipitation
' month. .So Inch, which Is
c normal. Accumulated cx
nuary 1. 1.7S Inches, Rela
- at 6 p. m., 59 per cent,
..'sa Norfolk "33
., 2R Oklahoma ...... !4
23 Omaha 2S
.... SlPIttsburpr 25
... 32 Portland. Or.... 36
1-1 St. Paul 6
ion. 34 St. T.ouls 31
ISSnn Francisco... 41
.... 3GPpokane IS
.... 46Tonopah 16
c .. 4S Washington .... 30
.... 32 Winnipeg 32
jietdn't keep on frelinc (lis
Rafter tcainEi uor be.lchincr. nor
tunc nausea between meads.
3ber Trord?, you needn't keep on
Inpcptic, aud vou certainly
I JSa rea pn ri 1 1 r cures dvspepsia
tjthens and toues the stomach,
jdigfBtinn, creates a normal ap
iM builds up the whole system.
1 and Washington pictures.
w-Bonel Co., 33 East First South.
KTrlbune Want Ads.
Hior.r 5201 Tnd. phono aco-SiS.
I SOCIETY I
Mrs. A. O. Ewing -will enter- v-
J tain nt a bridge tea at her home 5
4 nest Saturday afternoon.
j' The Qnlngenta club -will meet 4
4- this afternoon with Mrs. M. A. 4
r Pqlers at 55 West Sixth South 4-
4 street. 4-
4 Mr3. J. W. Christy Trill enter- 4
4 tain a fow friends at a luncheon 4
4 at Lor apartment in the Brans- 4
4 ford today. 4-
4 The Tuesday bridgo tourna- 4
4 ment -will meet this afternoon 4
4 with Mrs. Union Worthinjrton. 4
! " 4
4 The largest social affair of 4
4-. today will be the charity card.
4- pary to bo civen at the Ladies' 4
4 Literary clubhouse this after- 4
4 noon hy St. Mark's Hospital as- 4
4- sociation. 4
4 Curt Williams will entertain
4- at a dinner at tho Alta club 4
4 Wednesday evening for Miss 4
4 Goddes, Capfc. Conrad and their 4
4 bridal party. 4
4- Tho Post Bridgo . club will 4
4- meet this afternoon with Mrs. 4
4- Walthall. 4
4. - 4.
4 Tho Seekers' Literary club 4
4- Mrs. -R. H. Thomson at S09 4
4 South Isinth Eaot street. 4
4- Tho Woman's club will meet
4- this afternoon with MrB. L. S. 4
4 Deane at 214 East Third South 4
4- street. Mrs. A. V. Taylor will 4
4- havo charge" of tho programme. 4
4 Tho Shrlners will go to tho 4
4 .Colonial theater this evening in 4
4- a bodv. 4
4 Mrs. L. L. Savage will enter- 4-
4 tain at an informal bridge tea 4
4 Saturday afternoon for Misa 4
4 Katherine Geddes. 4
r . . ,ir
Miss Storm of New Jersey, who is
the guest of her sister and her hus
band, Lieut, and Mrs. Walthall, and
Miss Garey of Maryland, t who is the
guest of her brother, Lieut. E. B.
Garc3-, were guests of honor at a
bridge part' Monday evening given by
Lieut, and Mrs. (jlark R. Elliott at
their quarters at tho post, which wore
prettily decorated in red carnations.
Six tables wero played and Miss Nell
llcndersou of this city assisted.
One of the beautiful luncheons of
tho season was that Monday in the
gold room of tho Alta club, given by
i Mrs. II. Van co Lano in honor of Mrs-.
J. M. Davis. The color scheme was
pink and green, and at eithor end of
tho table were silver candelabra with
pink candlps and shades and streamers
of smilax from the chandelier to the
four corners, while a low crystal bowl
df piuk carnatious occupied the cen
ter of the prettily appointed table,
around which wen; seated, aside from
the hostess aud guest of honor, Mrs.
Richard Stingloy. Mrs. W. C. Alex-
fk Did you hear
II Gadski sing?
IC If you did, you'll want
K to hear her again.
Ir If you didn't, you can
Bp, hear her any tim e you want
K The Victor brings her
I magnificent voice right in-
I to your home for you to
I enjoy at your pleasure.
J Mme. Gadski, like other famous
I artists, makes records only for
I the Victor.
J Go to-day to the nearest Victor deal-
I er's and hear the Victor. He will gladly
ny Victor Records you want to I
t There's, a Victor for YOU $10 to $300. -
mfir liasy payments if desired.
VE T eet best results, ucc only Victor Needles on Victor Records - 1
prstensee & Anson
TALKING MACHINES AND RECORDS
00 down and $1.00 per week buys the Victor.
lBu8to play any of ttie records advertised on
Mj Pe, whether you purchase or not.
JJ5w. Second Soutli St.
I A BLACK SUIT FOR 1
IH ' RHP
H NOW, and fitted to you just as well and just Wk
H as carefully as if you paid us the full value. Ill
Come ' and choose from a lot 1
1 worth from $MM to $22.S0 II
B - . Blacks, Btacs and New Colors (S
HI 220 DOWN MAIN STREET Big
ander, Mrs. A. C. Ewing, Mrs. F.
E. McGurrin, Mrs. W. W. Armstrong,
Mrs. George Airie, Mrs. Robert Glon
inning, Mrs. IT. D. Nilos, Mrs. H. M.
Kriebel, Mrs. W. E. Fife, Mrs. H. G.
McMillan, Mrs. S. H. Pinkerton, Mr6.
E. A. nutchinson, Mrs. J. J. Bronghall,
Mrs. Louis S. Cates and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spencer and two
daughters, with Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Whitney and daughter, will leave
Thursday for Now York, from which
place Mr. and Mrs. Whitney and daugh
ter will sail February 20 to .-join
their eon and brother in Naples, to
spend several weeks, whilo Mr. and
Mrs. Spencer will .ioin their son Allen,
who will land in New York from Ger
many February 19. They will return
hero after the inauguration in Wash
ington, March 4.
The Webber homo on Second avenuo
was the scene of a large bridgo tea
Monday afternoon, when Mrs. T. G.
Wcbbor entertained seven tables. Later
a number went in to tea. The room a
were prettily decorated in a profusion
of daffodils, with a large mound of
them in tho center of tho tea table,
where Mrs. George Y. Wallace and
Mrs. Karl A. Scheid poured, assisted
by Mrs. William jr. Cunningham and
Mrs. Juno Sadler Donncll.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Foster, who
have spent several weeks in Denvor,
aro now tho guests of Dr. aud Mrs.
Morrison in Colorado Springs. Mrs.
Morrison was formerly Miss Lillian
Mrs. Alico Tomlinson, n teacher in
the public schools for several years,
who has been seriously ill since Thanks
giving, was taken to St. Mark's
hospital again Saturday on account of
Mrs. Elliott of Minneapolis will pass
through here Friday on her way to
I California.' Ou her return in March
she will spend several davs hove with
Lieut, and Mrs. C. R. Elliott at tho
Tho Cup and Saucer club will bo
entertained Weduesdav evening by
Mrs. C. R. A ley and Mrs. W. D.
Donoher at the apartment of the latter
in the Stauffer flats.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Quiglcy and
children havo returned from the" cast,
and have as I heir guest for the summer
Miss Emma Quigloy of Jolict, III.
Invitations have been issued by the
frcshmon class of the University for a
large dancing party, (o be given at tho
Odcon Friday evening. Februar' 32.
t . h
Miss Cosgriff will leave this evening
for a six weeks' trip to Los Angeles
and the benches, and will return b'
way of San Francisco.
Mrs. Stephen Shaw of Denver, Colo.,
will be here this evening to bo tho
guest of Miss Katherine Geddes for
J i fc
Miss Mcrcilo Winslow of Los An
geles will be hore soon to spend sev
eral weeks with Mr. and 'Mrs. R. L.
Tod Goodwin entertained Miss
Geddes, Cnpt. Conrad and their bridal
party at tho Orpheum Monday evening.
Miss Katherine Richards will spend
the next two wcoks witli Mrs. W. C.
(r 4 (I
Mrs. J. C. Hooper returned tho Inst
of the week from a short visit in Chicago.
j 1 POLICE COURT CASES
j One man contributed $HVi to the re
. celpts of tho city pollr court Monday
(afternoon for falling to appear In court
I to answer a charge of gnmbllng. It was
Dan Black, arrested Saturday night by
Chief Barlow and Lieutenant Shannon,
charged with gambling In the Lot: Cabin
! 8a loon.
J V H I.
! I'or a Monday afternoon pcsslon of
court tha proceedhVp'8 wero of short du
: ration and nothing occurred to causo even
a ripple of excitement.
1 nosfi Staun and Ilnrry Jacobs each for
; felled a ball of 52 for not nppcnrlnc In
' court to anr.wer a charge of. violating
the speed ordinance.
! j i.
Joe Lax was found guilty of vagrancy
and ordered to lenvc the city,
Bert Silvers, ,'fohn Oiiskn. nnd Evan
j Brooks were fined ?n for belnjr drunk
William Strom, the Commercial street
'oiortiikocper arrested Sunrtnv nlphr bv
i policemen Teaser and Eddy, charged
I with selling .llciuor on Sunday, entered
a plea of not guilty, and his trial wa3
Get for Tuesday afternoon.
Hop Sing and George Davis, arrested
on tho chargo of selling liquor without a
license, had their case continued until
Billy Ufahoney was sentenced to thirty
days in Jail, after being found guilty of
drunkenness on Sunday.
Roller skating afternoons nnd oven
ings. Nine-piece brass band. No
chargo for teaching. Ladies admitted
freo at afternoon sessions.
Salt Lake Statistics
Charles Crltchley, 3 South Second
H. Rokimosuke. St. Mark's hospital,
Henry Levi Rudy, SC8 West Second
Infant Butte, 13r..". Lincoln avenue,
anaemia, aged 17 days, February 7.
Melvln Bush Walker, Winter Quarters,
Intussusception, aged S months, Febru
John Hlncs, 2C1 Eighth East, cancer
of neck, nged 15, February 4.
Nellls S. Morgan. 0 Wlllard court, heart
trouble, aged 2J, February 7.
John G. Morrison and Magdalen Kunts
of Salt Lake.
Bert Householder and Myrtle Averett
William Doty and Emma Terry of
J. P. Paulson, three-story, nine
room, concrete factory, 15G South
Fifth West . $55,000
Real Estate Transfers.
Lawrence T. Cowan to Joseph New
ton, lot 1. block 25 plat A $ 650
James II. Newton nnd wife to John
a Burt, all lot LM. part lot 25, block
1. Chicago addition 5
William I. McClarren to Maria S.
Ilobbs. lot IP.. Miller & Miller
Illram Ycager and wife to Ashton
Jenkens Co.. lot 221. plat B 600
Hiram Ycakcr and wlfo to Ashton
Jenkins Co., part lot 2, block 21.
plat B 600
Ashton-JenkJns Co. to Margaret I.
Young, part lot 2, block 21, plat
Hubbard Investment Co. to Nellie IC.
Montgomery, lots 22 and 23, block
1. Thompson subdivision
Lvdla A. Colo and husband to John
A. Walker, lot 1, block 10, Union
Fort plat 1500
John M. Whltaker and wifo to Fid
1. Bird, lots 18. 19 nnd 20, block 3,
Whltaker subdivision 1
Joseph IT. Raleigh to Addison Culn,
all lot 21. part lot 20, block 1.
Edgewood addition 1
J Salt Lake Security and Trust com
pany to Gentllo George Etta, lot
2. block 21. plat F 2400
Salt Lake Investment, company to
Elvira N. Ilayden, lots 25 and 26,
block 1, Carr & Roberts addition. 300
Anna E. Malloy to Edward II. Alt-
hoff, lot 1. block 1. plat D 2100
Simeon Brlggs and wife to A. G-
A Hon. lot h, block 6, plat B..c 2
is there more than one
kind of Ivory Soap ?
No! But there ar. a
hundred imitations. A
dishonest grocer will
offer one oV these and
say "This Is Ivory"; or
"This is ; jst as good as j
! Do n'.-t accept it un
less it is stamped
99 450 Per Cent. Pu
Saving Powder '
IIS H NOT? j
A pleasure to step Into a clean, light
shoe store, get your size. In fact, just
what you were looking for?
j THAT'S THE KIND OF A STORE
WE HAVE. )
, You step Into a pair of easy fitting.
! or our "Nature Last" Shoes, the S5.00
kind for $4.00; the $4.00 kind for $3.00 rl
THAT'S THE KIND OF SHOES WE
See our specials In show window. i
l SMOHEY-BA C C-S I-fQES
238 MAIN ST.
PRESSING THE FACT
On you constantly of .the suporlorltv
of our SOFT WATER PROCESS
laundering. It whitens tho white
goods, brightens tho colored and pro
longs tho life of your apparel.
"THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY."
Both Phonc3 102. 166 Main St.
Unless you tell, no qoo need know
that you buy your engagement ring
We bold ;mch matters In tho strict
Wo have on band constantly hun
dreds or pure whlto diamonds, espe
cially selected for engagement rings.
You may trust us, for a tost of
nearly fifty years has proven our re
liability. salt LAK&, enry. uitah,
The ChaHton Shop
OUTFITTERS FOR WOMEN. j
122 BOUTH MAIN STREET, j
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Bejr to specially notify their patrona
that Uioy have nocurod tho agency oi
THE FASSO CORSET.
This incomparable- coraot, Imown for
many yearn an tho vary acme of per
fection amonj; Corcetiorea in Europe
end this country, utlll retains all tkoue 1
featuran which have made It bo de- I
tr&ble, whilo tho late models chow ail
tho new ideru-i conforming to the pro-
nt faahlonB. I
u i i iiiwiiii, ii I i.i fi ihwi'i I
8 ESTABLISHED Be' H
ONE. PRfCEL TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD - j
I yMPyl (although scores of women arc
I JfSSjf buillf' evelT day), hut it certain-
1 Jy ygk Dozens of new ideas await your..
I ' fcr MZmffimk. inspection in our Cloak Depart- I
1 . "TffiffSfwMiTV men others are constantly ar- j
JBaBT0 riving'. A glimpse at what we are jf! j
1 SfSk now s0WnS' aric e Pice3 asked ti
I sa,ty yur logS -or each
I flpiM con-ect dress and economical ex-
I your special attention to an early. j
I e0 elegant new Spring
SMART SHOP j ; l
I "With the first signs of Spring come 'the
i THE TAILORED SUITS in English Suitings and French j J
Serges are smarter this season than ever before. j 1
EVENING GOWNS in Crepe, Meteor Satin and soft Silk I ' H
of exquisite colorings are veiy attractive: also beautiful After- n
noon Dresses in Rajah Linen and Cloth are delighting the 1
Spring Shoppers. j
; NEW HATS to match the Govns and Tailored Suits. ' j ! H
j THE WAISTS, BELTS and NECKWEAR which help to H
i : complete tho costume must be correct, or they detract from the j
1 : HOSIERY to match Gowns and Suits is very smart this I ,
j; j J I
IJ1MJ11IJIIIIIIII I I I "i " 1 " i ..i.i t.T r rrrn ) ll
'! SALT LAME CITY s I
' I KB! SKEWING CO. I
i : i mLvl Phones No. 17. J. M031ITZ, Gen. Mst, 1 1
We Musi 'Mm -the Room. ; I
i ; Our buyer lins gone East, and all Spring
. goods will soon be in. All Men's and Women's
W6fe" clothin aluST BE CL,EiU?13D at ANY PRICE- H
I Your Credit" is Good and No Questions Asked. ' -
i Tlie Mercaiatale Siistallment Co., j ; I
; j! 7d W. SECOND SOUTH. H
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