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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY AUG 211909 21 1909 6
i ONE ONEDIVORCEIS ONEDIVORCEISc ONEDIVORCEISDECREEDFRIDAY DIVORCE IS ISDECRfED
DECRfED DECREEDFRIDAY DECREEDFRIDAYDeath FRIDAY FRIDAYDeath
c
Death of Husband Responsible Responsiblefor
for the Dismissal of One OneSuit OneSuit OneSuit
Suit SuitSOME SuitSOME SuitSOME
SOME TESTIMONY TAKEN TAKENONE
ONE WOMAN MUST WAIT WAITNOT WAITNOTLONG NOT NOTLONG
LONG ENOUGH IN CITY CITYDeath CITYDeath CITYDeath
Death interlined in th the divorce wilt ofEmma of ofEmma ofEmma
Emma G Taylor against Maryin B Tay Taylor Taylor Taylor ¬
lor and the suit was stricken from the thelist thelist thellst
list in Judge M L Ritchies division dlvl ion ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the district court yesterday when the divorce di divorce divorce ¬
vorce mil started to grind nnd It was an announced announced announoed ¬
nounced that the husband had died re recently recently recently ¬
cently and Judge Ritchie dismissed dl mt ed the theoase thecase thecase
case The Taylors were married at American Amer American AmerIcan ¬
ican Fork Aug 7 W7 Mrs Taylor Taylorbrought Taylorhrought Taylorbrought
brought suit on the grounds of nonaup nonaupport Don nonsupport Up Upport
port and asked for a decree her er maiden maidenname maldnname maidenname
name of Beck WOO lOCI attorneys fee f and anda O Ou
a month alimony There ww no chil children children children ¬
dren
One Divorce Granted GrantedOnly GrantedOnly GrantedOnly
Only one divorce was granted by Judge JudgeRitchie JudgeRitchie JudgeRitchie
Ritchie in the district court yesterday yesterdayseveral yelltena7feveral yesterdayseveral
several others being continued for fur further further further ¬
ther hearing through lack of corroborat corroborating ¬
e ing evidence to support the statements of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the husbands or wives who are now seeknng seek seeking eektng ¬
ing to untie the knot which has held heldthem heldthem heldthem
them themAnna themAnna
Anna J Stevens married J Stuart M MAnna Stev Stevens StevlnS Stevens ¬
ens Jan 4 1913 in Salt Lake but he e de deserted dertld deserted ¬
serted rtld her in May 1908 an and she has kept keptherself keptherWlf keptherself
herself by conducting a rooming house at
167 West First South street She said
she knew of no reason why her husband husbandhad
had left her She was given ven a decree and andtitle andtitle andtitle
title to the furniture in her apartment apartmenthouse apertmenthouse apartmenthouse
house houseClalr houseClair houseClair
Clair C Christian had brought suit suitagainst suitagalDlllt suitagainst
against Myra Christian charging a number num number number ¬
ber of very ve serious things but was not notpresent notprellent notpresent
present yesterday though Mrs 111 Christian Christianwas
was on hand The husband is now at atSilver atSilver atSilver
Silver City but Judge Ritchie said he hemust hemust 1 1must
must be on band to prosecute pro eeute his charges chargesThe
The Christians were married here Aug AugIs
18 19 11105 and the charges filed by y both b h hue husband hUtband hueband
band and wife are of a most serious char character character character ¬
acter
Not Long Enough in Town TownAnna TownADna TownAnna
Anna L Sheets had not been in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake long enough so she will have to towait towalt towait
wait until the middle of October before beforeshe beoreshe bforeshe
she can n hope to be freed from Walter WalterSheets WalterSheets WalterSheets
Sheets They were married at Aztec AztecArte AztecArtz AztecArfg
Arte Nov at I 1905 Walter was on the thestand thestand thestand
stand yesterday and said he was willing willingthat wUUngthat willingthat
that his hl wife should have a divorce if she shewould shewould shewould
would not bother him in asking for alimony ali alimony alimony ¬
mony She accused accu ed him of cruelty but butWalter butWalter butWalter
Walter let It go without protest Judge JudgeRitchie JudgeRitchie JudgeRitchie
Ritchie questioned Mrs Sheets and found foundhe foundshe foundshe
she he had not come to Salt Lake until last lastOctober lastOctober lastOctober
October So he told her to wait until she shehad shehad shehad
had lived in Salt Lake a year before hop
Ing for freedom from the marriage bonds bondsJames bondsJames bondsJames
James Grantham said his wife left Kim Kimbecause Mmu himbecause
because u e she said she didnt like him but butliked butliked butliked
liked another fellow better She left lefthim lefthim lefthim
him while they were living in Eureka Eurekaand Eurekaand Eurekaand
and went to Murray to live with the theother theother theother
other fellow They have two children childrenwhich childrenwhich childrenwhich
which Grantham has been supporting sUPJHlrtlntJudtre
Judge Ritchie decided to continue the thecase theca thecase
case ca e until Saturday morning morningGrantham morningGrantham morningGrantham
Grantham says he has tried to get his hiewife ht htwife hiswife
wife to come back to him but that she sherefused sheretu sherefused
refused retu ed They were married in American AmericanForte AmericanFork AmericanFork
Fork Jan 31 1900 and their two children childrencure
cure now in the custody of the mother motherGrantham motherGrantham motherGrantham
Grantham Is willing that they remain remainwith remainwith remainwith
with her and will pay for their main maintenance maintenance maintenance ¬
tenance but wants permission to see seethem seethem seethem
them occasionally occasionallyAnna occaalonaJlyAnna occasionallyAnna
Anna Looks Angry AngryAnna AngryAnna AngryAnna
Anna Weiss J looked ked angry when she en entered entered entered ¬
tered the court room to press her divorce divorcesuit divorceIIUIt divorcesuit
suit against Herman Weiss She wants wantstemporary wantstemporary wantstemporary
temporary alimony and later a divorce divorceand dhorceand divorceand
and permanent alimony The husband husbandand husbandand husbandand
and wife got together In the court room roomwhen roomwhen roomwhen
when their case was called however and
1 Store Closes at 1 I P M Today T day daySaturday
f Saturday Morning MorningSpecials Morn Mornr o
r Specials SpecialsAUGUST Spec Spect ials
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t AUGUST AUG UST SALES
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t 10 Panama Skirts Skirts675 Skirts675Womens arts 675 675Womens
Womens fine panama skirts designed in the new gored goredstyles goredstyles goredstyles
styles finished with panel pleats trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith
with buttons = worth 1000 10005ale 1000saleAbout sale jp O 6 7 O OAbout 5 5About
About 25 Princess Dresses Dressesof
i of Satin Foulard Panama Aeoleon A oleon Voile etc that are areloft arelaft areleft
loft from summers immense sales grouped into ono onolot onalot onelot
lot for clearance clearanceworth worth from 2000 to 4500 4500sale 4500sale 1500sale
sale One Half Price PriceWhite PriceWhite PriceWhite
I White Serge ere Coats CoatsHalf CoatsHalfA Half HalfA
A special Saturday Sat rday feature in the readytowear depart department departmentwomens departmentwomens ¬
ment mentwomens womens long and short white serge coats re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced for August clearance clearanceworth worth from 950 to to1850sale to1850sale
1850 1850sale sale Half Price PriceLinen PriceLinen PriceLinen
Linen Coats CoatsFor oats oatsFor 800 800For
For the tour the autoist etc et these long linen ulster ulstercoats ulstercoats ulstercoats
coats are the best in service and fashionableness De Designed Designed Designed ¬
signed in the long loose modal and trimmed with pock pockets pockets pockets
ets and collars in like or contrasting effects effeetsexc effectsexcep effectsexcepI excep exceptional p pn pes ¬
I tional n values es for forthe forthe
the price priceTailored priceTailored 8 00 00Tailored
Tailored Waists Waists125 Waists125Another 125 125Another
+ Another special in the Waist Department that will ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal to every woman who is a lover of the distinct distinctively distinctlvely ¬ I
ively mannish waist waistmade made of neatly striped white whitemadras whitemadras whitemadras
madras in the mannish style stylelaundered stylelaundered I
laundered cuffs and collars collarsspecial collarsspecialBatiste special specialA 1 1laundered 25 25A
A Batiste Corset Corset49c Corset49cOne 49c 49cOne
One special l line of womens batiste corsets cor ets in the me medium medium medium
dium bust Princess hip models supporters attached attachedfront attaohedfront attachedr attachedfront
front and side sideall all sizes in the theassortment theassortmentworth
r assortment assortmentworth worth up to 100 1005816 sale 49c 49cLittle 4 9 cOLittle c cLittle
Little OLittle Girls Dresses DressesIn
In the Juvenile department we feature a special ship shipment shipment shiPment ¬
ment of little girls dresses between the ages of 2 to 6 6years 6yearsmade 6yearsmade
years yearsmade made of medium and dark colorings in percales percalesmadras percalesmadras percalesmadras
madras and galatea cloths clothsstripes clothsstripeschecks stripes stripeschecks
checks and polka dots dots75c 75c 1 and andAlso andAlso JL 1 2 < O OAlso 5
Also a small assortment of o misses middy blouses in the thesailor thesailor thesailor
sailor collar and trimmed ouff styles st stylessize lessize size 81012worth 81012 81012worth
worth 150 each eachsale eachsale
sale 119 119Lingerie
Lingerie Waists Waists298 Waists298A 298 298A
A choice selection of dainty lingerie waists trimmod trimmodwith trimmodwith trimmedwith
with lace insertion embroidery and fine pin tucks all allsizes allsizes allsizes
sizes and a groat selection of dainty new summer summerstyles summerstyleS summorstyles
styles to select from fromworth worth
875 to 500510 500 sale 2 < f 9O 9 8 o
25 to 35c Wash Ginghams GinghamsFor
For a sweeping final August clearance in the wash washgoods washgoods washgoods
goods department we feature a tremendous sacrifice of ofour ofour ofif
if our entire line of Scotch Ginghams in a great variety varietyof
of colorings in plaids checks and striped patternsworth patterns patternsworth patternsworth
worth 25c to 35c 35csale 350saleto 35csaleto
20C 20CThe sale saleto to clear clearyard yard yard 2 JC OcThe JCThe
The Coolest Store in Town
Mrs Weiss asked for a continuance of ofone ofone ofone
one week It may be that the divorce divorceproceedings divorceproeeedings divorceproceedings
proceedings will be dropped Mrs Weiss Weisscharged Weisscharged Weisscharged
charged cruelty and her husband charged chargedher
h her r with not being faithful
The cases of Marion HIbbard against againstWilliam againstWilliam againstWilliam
William HIbbard and Emily O Anderson Andersonagainst Andersonagainst Andersonagainst
against Andrew G Anderson were con continued continued continued ¬
tinued for one week weekMrs weekSOCIETY weekSOCIETY
SOCIETY SOCIETYMrs
Mrs George L Savage was dS the thehostess thehostess thehostess
hostess at a delightful farewell lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon given Friday afternoon at her herhome herhome herhome
home In Fourth avenue the affair being beingin
in honor of her sister Mrs J R Clark Clarkof
of Washington D C Pink uweet c peas peaswere peaswere peaswere
were used in the parlor ieorations ieoratlonswhile ieorationswhile le oratlon8while
while the library libraI was bright with gold golden ¬
en glow and nasturtiums arranged in inbig inbig ing
big g baskets A color scheme in blue bluewas bluewas bluewas
was effectively carried out in the din dining dining dining ¬
ing room the luncheon table having ha ng a acenterpiece acenterpiece acenterpiece
centerpiece of pale blue plumbago rest resting resting estIng ¬
ing on a mirror surrounded with ferns fertrsBlue fernsBlue terusBlue
Blue candles in crystal candelabra candelabralighted candelabralighted candelabralighted
lighted the table and handpainted handpaintedcards handpaintedcard8
cards in forgetmenots were laid for fortwelve fprtwelve fortwelve
twelve guests Mrs Savage was as assisted assi asMeted ¬
Meted si ted by Mrs L T Peirce Miss Ber Bernardine Bernardlne Barnardine
nardine Kimball and Miss Geneva Savage Sav Savage Sava ¬
age a < < e
ageA eA
A large reception last evening was wasthat WftSthat wasthat
that with which Mr and Mrs Prescott PrescottG
G Hampton entertained 100 guests g ests in inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of their silver wedding anniver anniversary anniversary anniversary ¬
sary A color scheme of pink and sliver silverwas sliverwas sliverwas
was carried out in the decorations in inthe Inthe Inthe
the parlors and dining room long fes festoons festoons festoons ¬
toons of pink ribbons and silver tinsel tinselextending tinselextending tinselextending
extending from the chandeliers to the thecorners thecorners thecorners
corners of the rooms A cluny lace lacecloth lacecloth lacecloth
cloth over pink satin covered the din dinIng dining dining
Ing table and a mound of pink sweet sweetpeas sw sweetpeas t tpeas
peas and gladiolas formed the center centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece ¬
piece The table was lighted with pink pinkshaded pinkshaded pinkshaded
shaded candles in silver candlesticks
The lawn and porch p rch were bright with withmany withmany withmany
many rows of electric lights in the na national national national ¬
tional colors and the national flags flagswere flagswere flagswere
were also al used with pretty effect Those Thosewho Tho Thosewho e ewho
who assisted were Mrs W P Goslen Goslenof
of Grand Junction Mrs D W V Hamlin Hamlinof
of San Francisco and the Misses Lizzie LizzieFrame LizzieFrame LizzieFrame
Frame Jean Frame Josephine Wim Wimmer Wimmer Wimmer
mer Mamie Breech and Margie MargieBreech MargieBreech MargieBreech
Breech The assistants a l8tants were gowned gownedIn
In white and silver while little MissGlenn Miss MissGlenn Mi MiGlenn
Glenn Hamlin Ham Un a granddaughter of Mrand Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Hampton who acted as a aflower aflower aflower
flower girl wore a dainty gown of ofpink ofpink ofpink
pink Mrs Hampton wore a beautiful beautifulgown beautifulgown beautifulgown
gown of French blue with silver trim trimmings trimmings trimmings ¬
mings mingsDuring mingsDuring mingsDuring
During the evening music was furnished fur furnished furnished ¬
nished by the Hawaiian troubadours troubadoursOne
One of the most brilliant affairs of the theweek theweek theweek
week was the lawn party and dance dancegiven dancegiven dancegiven
given by the bachelor officers at Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas FortDouglas
Douglas last evening over 100 guests guestsbeing guestsbeing guestsbeing
being entertained Refreshments were wereserved wereserved wereserved
served on the lawn which was lighted lightedwith lightedwith lightedwith
with many Japanese lanterns Music Musicfor Musicfor Musicfor
for the hop was furnished turni hed by the post postband poetband postband
band and the officers were assisted in inreceiving Inrecehlng inreceiving
receiving by Mrs W T May Mrs Willis Wil Willis Willis ¬
lis Uline Mrs T R Harker and Mrs MrsJ
J A Arrasmith ArrasmithMiss
Miss Martha Johnson was the compli complimented compUmented complimented ¬
mented guest at a luncheon given yes yesterday yesterday e eterday ¬
terday by b Mrs E R Houghton at her herhome herhome herhome
home in First avenue The table was wasprettily wasprettily wasprettily
prettily decorated in a mound of golden goldenglow goldenglow goldenglow
glow and sweet peas and dainty cards cardsdecorated cardlldecorated cardsdecorated
decorated with the picture of ofa a bride bridewere bridewere bridewere
were used to mark the places for fortwelve tortwelve fortwelve
twelve guests Following the luncheon luncheonthe
the guests gue ts were entertained with five fivehundred fivehundred fivehundred
hundred and the prizes which were weredainty weredainty weredainty
dainty pieces of handpainted china chinawere chinawere chinawere
were won by Mrs Anderson and the theguest theguest theguest
guest of honor Mrs Houghton was wasagain wasagain wasagain
again the hostess in the evening at a abridge abndge abridge
bridge party given in honor of Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irand
and Mrs rs P N Hough and Mrs James JamesWatson JamesWat JamesWatson
Watson Wat on Four tables of bridge were wereplayed were wereplayed wereplayed
played and the tables were decorated decoratedin
in the sweet pea and nasturtiums nasturtiumsMrs
Mrs Sam Porter was the hostess at a adelightful adelightful adelightful
delightful luncheon given at the Ken Kenyon Kenyon Kenyon
yon hotel yesterday ye terday in honor of Miss MissRae MissRae nS8Rae
Rae Bartch who will be married early earlyin
in September SeptemberMrs
Mrs J H Witbeck entertained on onThursday onThursday onThursday
Thursday afternoon with a birthday birthdayparty birthdayparty birthdayparty
party given in honor of Mrs F Jones JonesDuring JonesDuring JonesDuring
During the afternoon a delightful mu musical musicILI musical ¬
sical program was rendered Miss Ray RayPettit Ra RaPettit RayPettit
Pettit playing a piano solo and Miss MissJov MissTOY MissJoy
TOY Witbeck giving a number of de delightful delightful delightful ¬
lightful readings readingsMiss readln readingsm readingsMiss
m t
Miss Mary Pickering a September Septemberbride
bride was the complimented guest at attwo attwo attwo
two delightful affairs given this week weekOn weekOn weekOn
On Monday Mrs T F Snowball entertained enter entertained entertained ¬
tained in her honor and on Thursday Thursdayan
an evening party was given for her by byMiss byMts byMiss
Miss Birdie Snowball SnowballA
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A prettily appointed dinner was that thatgiven thatgiven thatgiven
given on Friday evening by Miss Mi Ade Adelaide Adelaide Adelaide ¬
laide Peters In honor of Mrs Alfred AlfredEddy AUredEddy AlfredEddy
Eddy and Mrs Robert Van Dyke A Atall Atall Atall
tall vase of carnations decorated the thedining thedining thedining
dining table and Gibson girl place placecards placecards placecards
cards were laid for six guests guestsThirty guestsThirty guestsThirty
Thirty guests were entertained yesterday yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon at the home of Mrs H HR HR HR
R Parr the affair being complimenta complimentary ¬
ry to her mother Mr Harrison of ofIowa ofIowa ofIowa
Iowa and Mrs Davis of Colorado A Adelightful Adelightful Adelightful
delightful musical program was rendered ren rendered rendered ¬
dered Mrs Parr giving two piano se selections selections selections ¬
lections and Mrs Parr and Mrs Davis Davisplaying Davisplaying Davisplaying
playing two duets while two vocal vocalnumbers vocalnumbers vocalnumbers
numbers were given by Miss Emily
Fitzer Mrs C E Crocker presided at atthe atthe atthe
the dining table which was prettily
decorated in sweet peas and golden goldenglow goldenglow goldenglow
glow glowThe glowfhe glowThe
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The members of the Savage Canyon Canyonclub Canyonclub
club who have recently returned from froma
a months outing at the Wasatch re resort resort resort ¬
sort formed a party that spent Friday Fridayveninsr Fridayvenln Fridayvening
veninsr at Saltair The Th > members m mbers were wereBUNCOMBE wereltBUNCOMJ3E wereBUNCOMBE
BUNCOMBE BUNCOMBEIt
It Doesnt Always Pay to Be Skeptical SkepticalWhen SkepticalWhen SkepticalWhen
When a newspaper writer and proof proofreader prootreader proofreader
reader that works nights can feed him himself hlmllelt himself ¬
self out of dyspepsia which most all allthat aUthat allthat
that class suffer with It is worth while whileto
to know the kind of food used usedThis utedThis usedThis
This man says saysBeing saysBeing saysBeing
Being a newspaper writer and proof proofreader prootreader proofreader
reader also a graduate In medicine as aswell aswell aswell
well though not practicing makes a acombination acombination acombination
combination that would produce a skep skeptic skeptic skeptic ¬
tic on the subject if anything would wouldDay wouldDay wouldDay
Day after day I read the proof on onthe onthe onthe
the GrapeNuts advertisements with the thefeeling thefeeling thefeeling
feeling that they were all allbuneombe allbuneombeAll buncombe buncombeAH
All this time I was suffering from dys dyspepsia dyspepsia dyspepsia ¬
pepsia from the improper food I was waseating waseating waseating
eating at the restaurant restaurantOne
One day I saw a package of Grape GrapeNuts GrapeNuts GrapeNuts
Nuts at the restaurant and tried some somewith somewith somewith
with good rich cream The food took tookmy tookmy tookmy
my fancy at once After a few lunches lunchesat
at midnight I noted an Improvement in inmy inmy inmy
my feelings and was able to work with withless withlcss withless
less fatigue fatigueI
I have used GrapeNuts as a regular regulardiet regulardiet regulardiet
diet since then and have improvedgreatly Improved Improvedgreatly improvedgreatly
greatly The old dyspepsia and bad badfeelings badfeelings badfeelings
feelings that I thought were necessary necessaryadjuncts necessaryadjuncts necessaryadjuncts
adjuncts to night work all disappeared disappearedand
and I am able to do much more and andbetter andbetter andbetter
better work with less effort than ever everbefore eyerbefore everbefore
before beforeI
I was nearly ready to give up night nightwork nightwork nightwork
work and seek health In some other otherwalk otherwalk otherwalk
walk In life but thanks to my change changein
in diet I am now no all right Theres a aReason aRason aReason
Reason ReasonRoad RasonRood ReasonRead
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Ever read the above letter t A new newone newone newone
one appears from time to time They Theyare
are genuine true and full of human humaninterest humaninterest
interest
entertained with a supper and dancing dancingfollowed dancingfollowed dancingfollowed
followed during the evening eveningColonel eveningColonel eveningColonel
Colonel and Mrs Maurice M Kalghn Kalghnentertained Kalghnentertained Kaighnentertained
entertained at a charmingly appointed appointeddinner appointeddinner appointeddinner
dinner last night given in honor of ofGeneral ofGeneral ofGeneral
General C H M Agramonte of the theCity theCity theCity
City of Mexico a veteran who has been beenvisiting beenvblting beenvisiting
visiting here during the encampment encampmentVt I
Vt c cMrs T 5 r rMrs
Mrs Alfred Eddy who has been beenvisiting beenvlelting beenvisiting
visiting her mother Mrs Irs J W More Morehouse Morehouse Morehouse
house will leave today for her home in inChicago InChicago inChicago
Chicago ChicagoMrs ChicagoMrs
3j 3 JJC JJCMrs
Mrs Robert C Van Dyke who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been the guest for some time of Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles Van Dyke will w l leave for her herhomein herhome herhome
homein home jn St Louis next Wednesday WednesdayMr
Ie IeIr
Mr Ir and Mrs William Graupe are areagain areagain areagain
again at home at the Canning apart apartments apartments apartments ¬
ments after a six weeks visit in New NewYork Ne < v vYork vYork
York YorkMiss YorklIf YorkMies
Miss lIf s Myrtle McKnight leaves today todayfor todayfor todayfor
for Afton Wyo where she will visit visitfor visitfor visitfor
for a few weeks as the guest of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs William Burton BurtonMr
Mr and Mrs Joseph JOI ph McKnight and andchildren andchildren andchildren
children of Vernal are visiting vl tt1ng relatives relativesin
in the city having come to the city for forthe torthe forthe
the encampment encampmentMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Lorenzo Jensen an announce anMunce announce ¬
nounce the engagement of their daugh daughter ¬
ter Arilla to A J Gunn the wedding weddingto
to take place about the middle of Sep September September September ¬
temberAnnouncement tember temberAnnouncement temberAnnouncement
Announcement has been made by Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs William Kean of the engage engagement engagement engagement ¬
ment of their daughter Lillian to Alfred AlfredLugimbuehl AlfredLuctm AlfredLuglmbuehl
Lugimbuehl Luctm uehl the wedding date having
been set for Oct 30 30f 30Mrs 30Mrs
f < fc j jMrs
Mrs Vera Fenton announces the en engagement engagement engagement ¬
gagement of her daughter Norma to toWilliam toWIlIIam toWilliam
William Conrad Browning the wedding
to take place In the early fall fallMrs faUI faUMrs fallMrs
I
Mrs Mark Lillard and Mrs E J JRoberts JRoberts JRoberts
Roberts will entertain this evening with witha
a dinner party to be given In honor of ofMiss olMias ofMiss
Miss Rae Bartch and John Lloyd LloydA
A luncheon will be given by Miss El Elsie Elsie Elsie ¬
sie Spitko today in honor of Miss Mar Margaret Margaret Margaret ¬
garet Lee of Notre Dame Ind After Afterthe Afterthe Afterhe
the luncheon the guests will be enter entertained entertained entertained ¬
tained with a theatre party at the Or Orpheum Orpheum Orpheum
pheum pheumMiss pheumMiea pheumMiss
Miss Ulna Beveridge will be the thehostess thehosteN thehostess
hostess at a five hundred party to be begiven begiven begiven
given Saturday afternoon compliment complimentary ¬
ary to Miss Winifred Candland a Sep ¬
tember bride brideMrs brideMrs brideMrs
Mrs Charles Read returned home homethis homethi homethis
this thi week from a vacation trip to the theSnake theSnake theSnake
Snake River valley Irt Idaho IdahoMrs IdahoMrs IdahoMrs
Mrs Fred Kleinschmidt and daugh daughter ¬
ter Beatrice will leave this week for a avacation avacation avacation
vacation trip to the Provo canyon canyonMiss canyonMiss canyonMiss
Miss Margaret Kingman who has hasspent hasspent hasspent
spent the summer here with her aunt auntMrs aunt1Irs auntMrs
Mrs J W V Delano will leave the first firstof firstof firstof
of September for her home in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Mrs Delano will leave early in inthe inthe inthe
the month for a trip to the fair at atSeattle atSUttle atSeattle
Seattle Wash WashMr WashMr raah raahl1r
Mr and Mrs W W Anness s of Dun Dunbar Dunbar Dunbar
bar Neb are here visiting vl fUng Mrs An Anness Anness ¬ I Ineas
ness parents Mr and Mrs C D DHeikes DHelke DHeikes
Heikes at 77 C street Mr Anness was wasformerly waformerly wasformerly
formerly a prominent druggist of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city
Miss Beth Critchlow and her guest guestMiss guestMias guestMiss
Miss Winifred Millspaugh of Los An Angeles Angele Angelee ¬
geles Cal are spending a few days inBrighton in inBrighton InBrightOll
Brighton After Sunday Miss Mills Millspaugh Millspaugh MilIspaugh ¬
paugh will be guest t of Miss Helen Box Boxrud Boxrod Boxrud
rud for a few days daysMr daysMr daysMr
Mr and Mrs D J Greene of Mldvale MldvaleUtah Mid MidvaleUtah vale valeUtah
Utah announce the engagement of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their daughter Caroline Ladd to Allan Al Allan Allan ¬
lan MeOweD The marriage will be in inthe Inthe inthe
the early earl autumn autumnMrs autumnMrs
I
Mrs S R Bee of San Jose Cal i ihere Ihere is ishere
here the guest of her sister Mrs M MB MB MB
B Whitney until Sunday when sh shhwill shwill shwhl <
will go to Ogden to visit visitsk visitMrs
sk fc ik ikMrs <
Mrs G G Verbryck and son Garri Garrison GarrllIOn Garrison ¬ 1
son will be home Wednesday from froirspending fromspending fromspending
spending the summer with Mrs Verbrycks Ver Verbrycks Verbrycks
brycks mother at Spearfish h S D DMiss DMiss DMiss
Miss Isabel Elton of Salt Lake de departed dEparted departed ¬
parted last night for Ely Nev to ar arrange arrange I Irange
range for her marriage to Frederick FrederickWalts FrederickWaits I
Waits of that city Mr Walts is man manager manager ¬
ager of the Ely baseball team and is iswell 15well iswell I
well known here hereTo hereTo
I
To whom itmay it ma concern o cern Jacob Miller Mil Miller
ler has this day withdrawn from the thrUtah th thUtah theUtah I
Utah Jewelry company He will not tx btresponsible txresponsible 1Mre
responsible re for any debts etc of abovefirm abo abofirm above abovefirm
firm D Stem has assumed all obliga obligations obligations obligations ¬
tions and will continue business at the thesame thtsame thesame
same place placeLighting placeTURN
0 0TURN
TURN NIGHT TO DAYLIGHT DAYLIGHTLighting
Lighting at Pair Grounds During Fair FairWill FairWill FairWill
Will Be Distinctive Feature Featureof
of Exposition ExpositionPlans
Plans ar are being discussed by the direct directors ¬
ors of the State Fair association to make makethe makethe makethe
the lighting at the Inland Empire expo exposition exposlUon exposition ¬
sition In October a distinct feature te ture The TheIntention TheintenUon ThelntenUon
Intention Is I to turn night Into day at the thefair thefall thefair
fair grounds groundsThe
The lighting of the race track will b bamong 1JP 1JPamong 1wamong
among the improved lighting features featuresThe featurlsThe featuresThe
The big searchlight which was used with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great nucces u last year will again b bused bu bused
used u ed this year to follow the horses around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the course during the night races All Allaround Allaround Allaround
around the track an excellent system of ofelectric ofelectrIc ofelectric
electric lights will be Installed In talled The intervals in intervals IntervaJs ¬
tervals between the races will be filled in inby Inby inby
by the usual vaudeville shows on a stage stagtin
in front of the grand stand standIt
It Is proposed also to outline the main mainbuilding munbuilding mainbuilding
building in incandescent electric lights lightsand IIghta lightsand
and a d to have all the principal avenues and anddriveways aDddriveways anddriveways
driveways in the grounds festooned with withstrings withstrl11lJ8 withstrings
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REV ALFRED BUXTON BUXTONSAYS BUXTONSAYS BUXTONSAYS
SAYS SUGAR IS HIGH HIGHRev
Rev Alfred Buxton former pastor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Christian church here who recently recentlyresigned recentlyresigned recentlyresigned
resigned to accept the pastorate of the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First Chrlsltlan church In St Louis dur during durIng during ¬
ing the summer has Just returned from fromthat tromthat fromthat
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living Is too high Mr Buxton claimsthat claims claimsthat claimsthat
that Lehl ehi Utah sugar Is selling at 480 480a
a sack In St Louis while It sells here herfor herefor herefor
for 110 10 H ecites this as an example exampleof
of the difference In prices pricesTOO pricesTOO pricesTOO
TOO MANY PEOPLE AT ATYELLOWSTONE ATYELLOWSTONE ATYELLOWSTONE
YELLOWSTONE THEY SAY SAYCharles SAYCharles SAYCharles
Charles F Bogel a prominent real realestate realestate realestate
estate dealer of St Louis and Captain CaptainArnold CaptainArnold CaptainArnold
Arnold Bowers also of St Louie both bothmembers bothmembers bothmembers
members of the th J G A R returned to toalt toSalt toSalt
Salt alt Lake yesterday from Yellowstone Yellowstonepark Yellowstonepark Yellowstonepark
park tired out and disappointed with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their experiences They say that the themany themanv themany
many Inconveniences Buffered in the thepark thepark thee thepark
park park marred marredit it ie said their r that trip p about At 7000p 7000pper the pres present present per ¬
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