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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY AUG 26 261909 1909 5
ONEY TO HELP HELPENTERTAIN
7 ENTERTAIN fHERY AIN TAn TAnG
G A R Executive Committee
Can Pay All Bills BillsSmall BillsSmallAmount BillsSmallAmount Small SmallAmount
Amount Over OverONE OverONE OverONE
ONE BILL IS l s HELD UP UPREFUSE UPREFUSE Ii IiREFUSE
REFUSE TO PAY PAIN COMPANY COMPANYTHE COMPANY COMPANYTHE COPANYTHE
THE FULL AMOUNT AMOUNTTb
Tb rTtt XutiP UIUP commute C of th the G A R Renca RfnCill Hr
r enc ll1Jnt nt met yesterday Ye erday at noon and andpracui andfJractJ andTractt1Iv
pracui Tractt1Iv Ul Ill < ompleted the work incident to
the th < r tnt u A R committee Several
mi nhrrll ier > r > of f the coraiiUt < < > e are T now in inatti
Sattl = > atti < ina an the work of the ti committee
will It t u I officially concluded ol1c1ud d until their theirommittee
retU1 retuLnTh n nTh
Th Ththat ommittee allow allowII1 tl all of the bills billsa
that i ificir la a i hi hr n anprox anprovU i cl by the minor of ofif
ficir ficirthai if f l tli tJ 1 encampment and ordered orderedn
thai thaithat iu n M l Iw paid T1 Tlltn re ar < a few bills billsvi
that thatli j vi nit jet 3 t been nfnually approved I
li 101 t tU airmen 11 men of the committees un uni unI unItIt UntXt
U tIt v I Iblls i > h tu t work wus unlcied but these thesei I
blls bllsm jll i ii ri ii paid as > i tm i m n as the chalr chalrf chalrJIlln chairtflufl
JIlln m n nEv f i I i i different cumnuttees return to toTh to1t
Ev SU it I LtI l > tn t approve tn t tiini in
Om ii ii h bills that ias Hi not yet been beenI beenlaid
I laid aid I n iw which jn p1ahly < > ahl ahy > will not be bepad beIJaid beIad
pad i = t tit it of the I Fam un Fireworks com comPaiy company cornpa
Paiy pa 1 i j 2Ioli KII It which tl tho company main
tans < Hill till dUe them lot fireworks dis disllt dlililays
f llt lilays Ja > 8 on r four nights during intampment intampmenttuck ncampnefltwtek
7 tuck l F > i r this displa iMnnling rtling to the thentr theontr thefltT
< ontr < > ntr t I he lc < ompanj w wt is t ti > receive ieceivew 6 6lV
w lV ding to th < rx fxllItive oitive commit
t tt < tl treworks 1 displ it < 1 not come up
t i wl wIt t w va i contract 1 fr and ant th commute comfllitte com corntLtitte ¬
mute i idined lined ned to pa pin morv than 4t 4000
lie oapam on pany attempti t tj < compromise
T fi i m jiii idtina1 > nal 1000 but the committee committeer
r usi UStj 4 t > i msitkr that amount
Kno Enoh 1II1t n > iw ney > > has been set aside to tor toPIer toCver
r Cver PIer er tl lil i fI issihl I > HM ihk claims and there is still stillftj stillI stillsj
ftj I in M I I mlIJt n nut remaining which will be beMwd
Mwd 1 < f od it > PI Ioltion ition of the fund for the en ent enrtallllont entrtain
t trtain rtali rtallllont n it nf Pr lrsldent sident William H Taft Tafticl
icl d I i i it ity who will arrive arr e in Salt
I Ike ke n st t n 1L11ItL omn omnThe
The oiiiimt expresses confidence that
ti Pain Fireworks company will be un unaW unahl Unahi
aW to secure judgment for the amount
ked and that the 2000 2 000 set aside to toi toover toover
i over er this claim ma may > be b used as a part partof partof partof
of the Taft entertainment fund
8
BY BYTHE BYTHE
THE ARMY ARMYNURSES ARMYNURSESExpress NURSfS NURSfSExpress
Express Appreciation for Their TheirTreatment TheirTreatment TheirTreatment
Treatment During the theEncampment theEncampment theEncampment
Encampment EncampmentAt
At t the closing session of the Association Associationof
of o If Civil War Army rmy Nurses Nur ea convention conventionLld
i lld Id m tb the Colonial hotel during the rent re rec
c nt it G A R encampment resolutions of oft
hanks t ianki to the various committees organ organ1Mtioris organIzatiulls organlzatioii
1Mtioris and individuals who assisted in Int1l int
ti t t < onertainment en of that association were wereiere weNrdt wereUlire
Ulire rdt iere > rel > I iftrawn up and a committee ap apl appdnted apiintei
l pdnted > nnte < l t attend to this Owing to a mis mistiilers millthe misIjileri
tiilers i nidng 1 IM the original committeemen
U Id t rt th is I without forwarding copies of
th re li M us > to those for whom they theyv theywre
v wre re d aw wn n up upT itiTo
T To < > n U j ly i Ins Kate M Scott national nationals
s st t reti ri mil Salome M Stewart na najnal nalonal naoiial
jnal c i t try ir 1 of the association have haveMar havewar haverwar
> Mar d 1 tl I following f resolution resolutIonTo
To 1 Fitr F i r Harris and the Commercial
1 ih > t > governor > ernor of Utah and the theJIM the1 thetayr
JIM tayr or 1 > alt I Like ike to the trained nurses nursesi
pf f < lt t Ld i ik Mis Iis MosHie Mqasiejtoby RoW Jrtra Lil Lilm
i n i Di DiV D1itn m OIls Emma Ramsey Morris Morrisia Morrllh
V lh > 1 1ibe Ed t ti II ia I ussady sad > and Mrs Amy V Vue Vtse
ibe ibel wi 10 v re especially ee illy appointed app inted to toTPI toIk toIk
l Ik kt cl clKu ctrp TPI it 1 the veteran tern nurses to MisB MisBTil MI MIHil M1ssitL
Ku Kuruerta itL < > Til < Mis Marcy E Lacey for fori fornt1t8
ruerta ruertaI i < r n 1 a at their th < > lr homes to the dlf dlfi dlf1rCnt
I 1rCnt rent i i ntt it i s and cltlxens in general generalii
4 10 ir 1 the theMI ii iirtsi < si > s and the pleasure Jaunts jauntr Jauntsveii
veii < MI ii iii 1 1 io t the press pre of Salt Lake for forai forlIrtel forurtei
i urteti urtetii ai I aiI < favorable reports of oar oarn ottrI1enl11 oarflvent
i nent nentlt I1enl11 IL n W v the only members of the thei theocla1 theSCii
< ocla1 i < a i it t present Ire ent remanlng in the theL theiy
L t iy Wi w s i t Ytlc rfc3 the thanks of every everyruise everyrlIisO everyruro
ruise rlIisO 11 ffl < < i i iiI war who was present presentt ent entIt
f > It t the th i in tiin for the many kindnesses kindnessesex klndne ktndneessrtnd tl a at1otndetl
ex tended rtnd tn u uEspecially UEspecially uEspecially
Especially would we thank our com comn comra cornrtde
n rtde < le and frend Colonel F M Sterrett Sterrettfor
for his unfailing u falUnl care and courtesy not notcub notml notill
cub ml ill in Salt Lake but in the past pastK paatKATE pastKA
K KATE KA TE M SCOTT SCOTTNational SCOTTNational SCOTTa
a National Secretary
SALOME M STEWART STEWARTXational STEWARTational STEWARTNational
National Treasurer
FOR NUIESTION NUIESTIONF
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on the stomach a lot of o extra work workBut workBut workBut
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a a1 h n needs < > eds xtr extra < i help to do extra work workIf
4 It thee the people would take a Miona Mionatablet iilonatoiblet Mionat4blet
tablet with or 1 after meals it would be a agrrat agfeat scat
grrat cat big help to the stomach in Us UsEtiam Itstlain Itettraifl
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r SOCIETY SOCIETYA I IA
A pretty wedding that took place at
St Marys cathedr1 I yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at 4 oclock Vien len Miss Maybelle MaybelleAlice MaybelleAlice
Alice Crowley the nl niece ce of Mr and andMr andMrs
Mrs Mr Stephen G Murray became the thebride thebl1de thebride
bride of William A Sfk of New York YorkThe YorkThe
The church waa effect etrertIy i y decorated in inpalm Inpalma inpalms
palm and roses In t 0 > pink and white whiteshades whiteshade whiteshades
shades The beautiful t titrvlce > rvce of the
Catholic church was tided u ed for the cere ceremony ceremony ceremony ¬
mony which was performed by the
Rev Father W V K Ryan In the pres presence preseftC prosmice ¬
mice eftC of the relatives and Intimate Intimatefriends Intimatefriends
friends of the bridal couple coupleThe ooupleThe coupleThe
The bride wore a beautiful gown of ofwhite ofwhlte ofwhIt
white broadcloth with a large white whitepicture whitepicture whitepicture
picture hat and she carried a shower showerbouquet
bouquet in the white brides roses Her Herattendant Herattendant Herattendant
attendant Miss Kathryn C Wall was wasgowned waspwned wasgowned
gowned in pink messalino silk with a npicture apicture apicture
picture hat in the same shade and her
bouquet was wa of pink sweet peas In the theshower theshower theshower
shower effect The brides going away
gown was a blue broadcloth with hat hatand hatand hatand
and gloves to match matchMr matchMr matchMr
Mr Silk was attended by Arnold
Wall of Los Angeles as best man manImmediately manImmediately manImmediately
Immediately after the ceremony Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Silk left for New York where wherethey wherethey
they will make their future home
Mrs Silk has many friends in Salt
Lake having been one of the popular
teachers at the Lowell school for sev several several several ¬
eral years yearsMiss yearsMiss ear
1 11118s
Miss Lorine Leery was hostess at a acharming acharming acharming
charming luncheon given at the Coun Country Country ¬
try club yesterday yNt y in honor of Miss MissRae MissRae
Rae Bartch and Miss l1I Bees Be s McMillan McMillantwo
two of the popular September brides
A large basket of pink gladlolas deco decorated decorateel decorated ¬
rated the luncheon table and the place placecards placecards placecards
cards were handpainted in the Kate
Greenaway Greenawa girl design de fgn Covers were
laid for fourteen including the guests guestsof
of honor and the members of their
bridal parties partiesThe partlf8The partiesThe
The Commercial club was the scene sceneof sceneof sceneof
of a prettily appointed luncheon given givenon
on Wednesday by Mrs W S Zehring
complimentary to Mrs Arthur Stone of
Pueblo Colo Cob and Mrs Nichols of Los
Angeles The luncheon table was deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated with favor bouquets of pink and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white sweet peas and place cards in
the sweet pea effect were laid for six sixguests sixguests sixguests
guests Following the luncheon the theguests theguests theguests
guests were entertained at the matinee matineeperformance matineeperformance I Iperformance
performance of Girls Glr
Mrs Williajn Reid and Miss Afton At ton
Young were hostesses at a luncheon luncheongiven luncheongiven luncheongiven
given at the Country club yesterday esterda
the honored guests being Mrs Robert
Gwynn Officer of Berkeley Cal and
Mrs Le Grand Young jr Covers were
laid for ten guests and the table cen ¬
terpiece was a large basket of nastur ¬
tiums tiumsOne tiumsOne tiuinsOne
One of the large affair given at the
Country club Wednesday was given by
Miss Winifred Brice who entertained
twenty twent guests In honor of Miss Pru ¬
dence Trimble of Kansas City CIt who Is
the guest of Miss Elsie McMillan whose
home is on Third avenue A low bowl bowlof bowlof
of the red mountain ash berries formed formedthe ormedthe
the table centerpiece and sprays of the
berries were scattered over the cloth
The place cards were mountain scenes
in water colors colorsMiss colorsMiss colorsMiss
Miss Margaret Whitney entertained entertainedsixteen entertainedsixteen entertainedsixteen
sixteen guests at an informal musical musicalgiven musicalgiven musicalgiven
given last evening in honor of Miss
Gertrude Kasthohn of Chicago who is isa Isa Isa
a guest atthe Whitney home this week
Ferns were used with pretty effect in
the parlor decorations while a color colorscheme coloracheme colorscheme
scheme in yeUow was carried out with withgolden v1thOlden withgolden
golden glow on the porch Here the thepunch thepunch thepunch
punch and refreshments were served
Miss Rehan Spencer presiding at the thepunch thepunch thepunch
punch bowl During the evening Miss
Kastholm who ho08tieS8e possesses a beautiful beautifulcontralto beautifulcontralto beautifulcontralto
contralto voice delighted the guesta guestswith guestawith guestawith
with a number of charming charm Ins selections selectionsMr electionsIr
Mr Ir and Mrs Henry Dinwoodey Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and airs L A Torrens Miss Gertrude
Kastholm and Miss Margaret Whitney Thltneywere
were the guests of Mr and Mrs James
E Jennings at Idlewlld in Ogden can canyon canon canyon ¬
yon on Monday On their return the party
was entertained at Lagoon with a din dinner dinner lInner ¬
ner given by Mr and Mrs Dinwoodey DinwoodeyA
A delightful matinee party was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given yesterday afternoon at the Grand
by Miss Resale Barnett who enter ¬
tained in honor of Miss 111 Arene Cooper Cooperof
of Kansas City Mo Miss 1Il Lucite Fried Friedman Friedman Friedman ¬
man of Hail Halley y Idaho and Miss lU Fannie
Jacobson of Shreveport La
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A five hundred party will be given
this evennig by Miss Pearl Durnell and
Miss Ethel Nettleton at the home of the
former in Park avenue the affair be ¬
ing complimentary to Miss Zora Shaw Shawwho Shawwho Shawwho
who leaves Saturday for New York YorkMrs YorkMrs YorkMrs
Mrs George Dennis of Minneapolis Minneapoliswho
who is visiting vtsItln her sister Mrs A H
Boxrud wll A l be guest ot honor at a
luncheon to oe given today by Mrs MrsBoxrud MrsBoxrud 118 118Boxrud
Boxrud at her home on South S uth Sixth
East street streetThe streetThe treetThe
The Misses S Selma lma Mary and Alice AliceWall
Wall will entertain this afternoon with withan withan withan
an Orpheum party given in honor of ofMiss oflll ofIiss
Miss lll s Rae Bartch I II
4 I
The Sewing club iwiTi will 111 be entertained entertainedat
at its regular r uJar weekly meeting today at atthe atthe
the home of Mr F W Leonard in InEast InBeast
East Fifth South street streetA streetA
A delightful lake party was alil given givent givenlast
last t evening by b Miss Ethel Harcombe in Inhonor inhonor
honor of Miss MI Zora Shaw Bight guests guestswere guestsWeft guestswere
were entertained at a supper which was wasfollowed wasfollowed wasfollowed
followed by dancing during the even evenlag evenIna evenlag
lag lagA to > I IA <
A charming < < Kensington ken lngton tea was Was given givenyesterday givenyesterday givenyesterday
yesterday afternoon by Mrs Clarence Clare CiareficeN ee eeN
N Sampson Samp on at her home in the Smith Smithapartments Smithapartments Smithapartments
apartments apartmentsMiss
Miss Dtirnetta Oppenheimer will be behostess beho6test behottess
hostess at a five hundred party to be begiven begiven begiven
given this afternoon at her home in InSouth inSouth
South Sixth East street streetMrs streetto
5 = to toIra a aMrs
Mrs Ira J Frank Brazelton of Los An Angeles Angele Angeles ¬
geles will be the complimented guest guestt
at t a card party to be given tills after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon by b her cousin Mrs E J J G Groesbeck Gross Grossbeck roes roesbeck
beck beckThe beckThe beckThe
t
The Misses 11 Carrie and Mamie Sap Sappi Sapphgton Sapphlgton
rtgton pi will entertain on Tuesday af afternoon afttrnoon atternoon ¬
ternoon in honor of Miss Beta Wood Woodard Woodard Woodard
ard who is the guest of Miss Rae RaeBartch RaeBarteh RaeBarteh
Barteh BartchNext BartehNext BartehNext
Next Wednesday Mrs George A Alrle Alrlewfll Airiewill iris iriswill
will entertain with a luncheon to be begiven begiven begiven
given for Miss HI Rae Bartch whose mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage to John Lloyd will take place placeSept plnceSept placeSept
Sept S SMrs IMrs gMrs
Mrs W E Leonard will entertain entertainwith entertaluwith entertainwith
with a luncheon at her home in Gar Garfleld Garfteld
field today the complimented guest be being beIng belug ¬
ing MISS Goodrich of Texas TexasMr TexasI TexasYr TexasMr
a I <
Mr and Mrs Fred C Graham and andtwo andto andtwo
two sons who have been spending the theweek thewetk theweek
week in Emigration canyon will re return return return ¬
turn home Friday FridaytIr
je sfc sfcMr
Mr and Mrs Hugh Dougall will re return return return ¬
turn to Salt S lt Lake next week after afterspending afterspending afterspending
spending three weeks at their summer
home Willow Path In Emigration Emigrationcanyon Emlgr Emlgrgtloncanyon tlon tloncanyon
canyon Miss Josephine Morrison who
has been their guest during the week weekreturned weekreturned weekreturned
returned home Wednesday WednesdayMr
Mr and Mrs W F Seibert left Wed Wednesday Wedne1lda Wedneiday ¬
nesday ne1lda for St Louis expecting cx tln to be begone bexone begone
gone for several weeks weeksJ
t A
J J W Callow left yesterday for Hon Honolulu Honolulu Honolulu ¬
olulu and South Koua Hawaii where
he will Join Mrs Callow and the chil chllit ¬
i
it
dren Mr Callow and his family will willreturn willreturn willreturn
return to Salt Lake about the end of ofSeptember ofSeptember ofSeptember
September SeptemberMrs
Mrs Wfnfield S Dean and daughter daughterLillian daughterLillian daughterLillian
Lillian who have been guests of Mrs MrsDeans MrsDenns MrsDeans
Deans daughter Mrs J M Klskadden Klskaddenat
at No fo o 17 West Fifth South street for forabout forabout forabout
about two months left last night for forGrand forGrand forGrand
Grand Junction Colo where they will willvisit willvl wiltvisit
visit vl ft relatives for a few days before re returning returning returning ¬
turning to their home in PIttsburg PIttsburgMrs
t tMrs I IMrL
Mrs Amelia B Gatrell left Tuesday Tuesdayevening Tuesdayevening Tuesdayevening
evening for a visit of J several veral weeks weekswith weekswith weekswith
with her daughter Mrs1E G Steiner Steinerof
of Vancouver B C Before B fore returning returningto
to Salt Lake Mrs Gatrell will visit visitthe visittl1e visitthe
the Seattle S ttle exposition expositionJK expositionMrk
JK V VMrs c
Mrs Dudley Lindsey of Owensboro OwensboroKy
Ky is a guest of Mrs Clint B Leigh LeighMr Leighl1 LeighMrs
Mr l1 Lindseys husband is past exalted exaltedruled exaltedruled exaltedruled
ruled of the Owensboro lodge B P PO PO
O E EMrs Elfrs EMrs
Mrs Annie EliAson Thomas of Logan Loganwho Loganwho Loganwho
who has been visiting Mrs Walter alter T TPayne TPayne TPayne
Payne the last three days left for her
home yesterday yesterdayMrs
i
Mrs and Mrs Joseph H Young and andchildren andchildren I Ichildren
children will be here the last of f the theweek theweek theweek
week to spend the rest of the summer summerwith summerwith summerwith
with Mrs Henry W Lawrence Mrs
Kenneth C Kerr arid children will re return return
turn with them themMrs themMrs
2 3rl 3fc
Mrs > George W W Reed Reed Mr and Mrs Irs IrsCharles
Charles Tate of St St Louis Mr and Mrs
Jack Hansen and Mr Joe Tate left leftyesterday leftyesterday leftyesterday
yesterday morning for a week in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country countryMrs countryMrs countryMrs
Mrs Emma mma Spencer and Miss MissJosephine lI1 MissJosephine s sJ
Josephine J < > > ephlne Spencer have left for the theSeattle theSeaUJe theSeattle
Seattle faIr They will visit Portland PortlandVancouver PortlandVancouver PortlandVancouver
Vancouver and other points of interest
before returning returningMrs returningt
t e elIrs =
Mrs Richard P Morris and children childrenwill childrenwill childrenwill
will return from Brighton the last of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the week weekMrs
as T TMrs II IIMrs
Mrs Mary Cheals announces the en engagement engagement engageinent ¬
gagement of her daughter Julia A to toRoscoe toRoscoe toRoscoe
Roscoe T Willey the marriage to take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place in September SeptemberMiss SeptemberMiss Septembera a
Miss Edna M 1 Tibby and William H HKidder
Kidder were quietly married Tuesday Tuesdayevening Tuesda Tuesdatvenlng Tuesdayevening
evening at the parsonage of the Phil ¬
lips Congregational church the Rev P PA PA PA
A Simpkin officiating Mr and Mrs MrsKidder MrsKidder
Kidder will be at home at 178 E street streetafter streetafter streetafter
after Sept 18
Mr and Mrs > S J Lynn and daugh daughter ¬
ter are home after some weeks spent spentIn
in Alaska and Pacific northwest northwestMlse northwestMI8S northwestMiss
Miss Prudence Trimble of Kansas KanllllsCity KansasCity
City Mo is visiting Miss Elsie Mc ¬
Millan for a few days daysMrs daysMrs
Mrs 11 L C Pond of Nampa and Mrs MrsH MrsH MrsH
H B Williams of Pocatello are visiting visitingrelatives visitingrelatives visitingrelatives
relatives in Salt Lake LakeMrs LakeMrs
Mrs 21 R H Officer who has been tour tourIng tourIng touring
Ing the Yellowstone with a party of offriends offriends offriends
friends will 111 be home Saturday SaturdayMiss SaturdayMIII8
Miss Jean Hyde has returned home homeafter homeafter homeafter
after an extended visit to her sister sisterMrs alsterl1rs sisterMrs
Mrs Rollin Dole of Huntington Beach BeachCal BeachCal BenchOal
Cal and a tour of the northwest northwestMr
C tII r
Mr II and Mrs Lorenzo Snow have an announced announced announced ¬
nounced the engagement of the daugh daughter ¬
ter Le Blanche Estelle to Wallace G GHunter GHunter GHunter
Hunter the wedding to take place in inthe Inthe inthe
the near future futureMr futureMr
I < I IlIr
Mr and Mrs Irs Joseph Elton announce announcethe announcethe
the marriage of their daughter Isabella Isabellato
to Fred 0 WaIts in Ely Nev on Satur ¬
day da Aug 21 1 After Sept 1 they will willmake willmake 111 111make
make their home in Salt Lake LakeA
w > I
A pretty home wedding took place place1a5t
last evening at the home of Mr and andIrs
Mrs Irs Fred M Shurtleff in East Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South street when Miss Julia A Tul Tullldge TullJdge Tulikige
lldge and Albert E Watkins were mar married marl1ed marneil ¬
neil by the Rev P A Simpkin of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Phillips Congregational church Fol Following FolJowlng Potlowing ¬
lowing the ceremony a reception was wasgiven wasgIven as asJilven
given to about twenty guests The Thehouse Thehouse Thehouse
house was beautifully bea tlfully decorated in pink pinkand pinkand pinkand
and white roses and carnations and andpalms andpalm andpalms
palms were also used with pretty effect effectAfter etrectAfter effectAfter
After a brief wedding trip Mr and Mrs MrsWatklns MrsWatkins MrsWatkins
Watkins will 11I be at home at 131 East EastFifth EastFifth EastFifth
Fifth South street streetThe streetThe
Ie IeThe
The Paysonlan club will entertain at ata ata ata
a lake party p rty at Saltalr In honor of ofMajor ofMajor ofMajor
Major Friedly and wife Majors Tracy Tracyand Tracyand Tracyand
and Brown BronClvU Civil war veterans who whoare whore whoare
are re guests of Mrs Emma Ramsey Ram ey
Morris of this city
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESHarry LICENSESHarry LICENSESHarry
Harry Huntington of Pueblo Colo ColoFJoenee Cob CobFlorence
Florence Reese of Provo ProvoLeo ProvoLeo
Leo A Broschinsky of Salt Lake LakeHarriett LakeHarriett LakeHarriett
Harriett E Foulkes of Bountiful BountifulC
C G Lund of Salt Lake LakeMary LakeMary LakeMary
Mary Wardle of St Anthony Anthon Idaho
William H Coward of Blngham BlnghamMargaret Dlnsham1Iargaret BlnghamMargaret
Margaret Binns of Blngham BlnghamA
A G Delan Delaney > y of Salt Lake LakeBertha LitkeBertha LakeBertha
Bertha Gibbs of Murray
Austin R Lawton of Salt Lake LakeJennie L LakeJennie ke keJennie
Jennie Schow of Salt Lake LakeH
H S Smith of Kansas City
Hazel Rife of Kansas City Mo MoAMNED 010fXAMINED
fXAMINED AS ASTO TO SANITY
Dr W T Gleason Appears Rational Rationalin
in District Court CourtFriends Friends Re Responsible Responsible Responsible ¬
sponsible for Behavior BehaviorAs
As a result of too frequent and too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much drinking which had brought him himalmost himalmo himalmost
almost almo t to a stage of delirium tromens tromensDr tremenDr
Dr W T Gleason formerly an interne interneat
at St Marks hospital was brought be before before before ¬
fore Judge C W V Morse in the district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
court yesterday on an insanity hearing
Efforts had been made to confine the thephysician thephysician thephysician
physician to St Marks and Holy Cross Crosshospitals Crossho Crosshospitals
hospitals ho pltals following his outbreaks but he hehad hehad hehad
had escaped from these institutions In tJtulons and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from his friends and had created wild wildscenes wildscenes wiltscenes
scenes scenesWhen scenesWhen scenesWhen
When he appeared in court Dr Glea Gleason Gleason Glenson ¬
son was sane enough ana Dr F S SCritchkjw SCritchlow SCritchbow
Critchkjw and O S Price told the court courtthey courtthey courtthey
they would be responsible for his be behavior behavior bebaylor ¬
havior in the future futureWith futureWith futureWith
With this understanding Judge MOnJecontinued Morsecontinued Morse Morsecontinued
continued the hearing indefinitely and andallowed andallowed andallowed
allowed Dr Gleason to go upon his own ownrecognizance ownrecognizance ownrecognizance
recognizance recognizanceTESTS recognizanceTESTS recognizanceTESTS
TESTS FOR EMBALMERS EMBALMERSARE
ARE UNUSUALLY SEVERE SEVEREState
State examinations of wouldbe em embalmers embalmers embalmers
balmers commenced yesterday afternoon afternoonin
in the office o lce of the state board of health healthwith healthwith healthwith
with Dr T B Beatty examining phy physician physleJan physIciat ¬
sician The results of the examination examinationwill
will not be known until today todayThe todayTbe todayThe
The tests te8 1 this year are particularly particularlyexacting particularlyexactln particularlyexacting
exacting < < owing to the fact that in the thelast theJast thelast
last few months several cases of Im Improper Improper Improper ¬
proper embalming have been reported reportedand reportedand
and the official are laying special stress stresson
on the need of careful preparation of ofbodies ofbodle ofbodle
bodle where death has been due to con contagious contagious contagious ¬
tagious or infectious Intec lous diseases diseasesSaltair diseasesS diseasesSaltalrEvery
Saltair S ltalrHEvery Every day a big day dayt day405
t t
405 to Logan and Return ReturnAuguat ReturnAugust ReturnAugust
August 25 and 26 via Ia Oregon Short ShortLine ShortLine ShortLine
Line for funeral Hon Moses Thatcher ThatcherTrains ThatcherTrains ThatcherTrains
Trains at 9 a m and 4 p m Tickets Ticketsgood Ticketsgood Ticketsgood
good returning until 27th 27thWorlds 27thWorlds 27thwoii
Worlds woii Greatest Drummer DrummerMajor DrummerMajor DrummerMajor
Major Frlodly at Saltalr all this week weekPlays weekPlays weekPlays
Plays five drums with two sticks sticksHamlln sticksHamlin sticksHamlin
Hamlin paints signs of otthe the better betterkind bettftkind btttctkind
kind Both phones phonesSulmmlng phonesSwimming phonesSwimming
Swimming at Saltairits glorious
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JUDGES NAMED NAMEDFOR NAMEDFORBIG
FOR FORBIG BIG FAIR FAIRState
State Association Appoints AppointsImportant AppointsImportant AppointsImportant
Important Officials for De Departments Departments Departments ¬
partments of Exposition ExpositionWILL ExpositionWILL ExpositionWILL
WILL ATTEND OGDEN SHOW SHOWCONTRACT SHOWCONTRACT SHOWCONTRACT
CONTRACT FOR FURNISHING THE THEOXEN THEOXEN THEOXEN
OXEN GOES TO IDAHO MAN MANA
A number of Important appointments of ofofficials ofotllcl olofficIals
officials otllcl < < ltI who will have charge of the ex exhibits exhibits oxhibits ¬
hibits and the awards at the Inland Em Empire Empire Empire ¬
pire exposition in Salt Lake next fall were weremade weremade weremade
made at the meeting of the board of direc directors dlrectors directori ¬
tors of the Utah State Fair association associationat
at the chamber of commerce It was the theunanimous theunanlmoua theunanimous
unanimous sense of the dlipctors that they theyattend theyattend
attend the opening of the fourstate fair fairat fairat faiiat
at Ogden Sept 6 to 12 and lend every everyeffort everyeffort everyeffort
effort possible po fble to making it a grand suc success succe sueThe ¬
cess cessTbe ce
ceThe
The meeting was an enthusiastic one oneand oneand oneand
and the following directors were present
J G McDonald president R R Irvine IrvineJohn IrvineJohn
John Seely William F Armstrong Frank
J Hewlett C A Hlckenlooper A B BCarateneen BCaratenllen
Carateneen Mrs M A Empey M K
Parsons ParsonsThe ParsonsThe ParsonsThe
The bids for the erection of the lavatory lavatoryat
at the state fair grounds were ere opened and andthe andthe andthe
the contract was awarded to Brown BrownHa
Hayward Ha Ward for 1988 1988Thomas L 1950Thomas
Thomas H Smith of Cleveland Ida was wasawarded WtlBawarded wa waawarded
awarded the contract for furnishing
twelve pair of oxen for use in the Battle Battleof
of the Plains at the Inland Empire expo exposition expomUon expualtion ¬
sition With TUh the oxen must also be fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished competent drivers driversJ
J W Burton was appointed judge of ofthe ofthe olthe
the bench show showIn
In the department of educational art artMrs artM artMrs
Mrs M W Yo W Riter was given charge with withMrs WitllI withMrs
Mrs I Parrett and J Leo Fairbanks as asassistants asassistants asassistants
assistants assistantsMrs assistantsIrs
Mrs Irs N A Empey was named as man manager manager manager ¬
ager in the needlework department with withMrs withMrs withMrs
Mrs Ardella Eardley as assistant Mrs MrsEmpey loIrsEmpey MrsEmpey
Empey will name another assistant soon soonThe soonThe soonThe
The agricultural department will have haveWilliam haveWlJllam haveWilliam
William C Winder as manager His as assistants assl assistants ¬
sistants sl tants will be H C Carlyle and Joseph JosephA
A Cornwall The judges In this depart department department departnient ¬
ment will be Albert G Wagetaff and andHenry andH andHenry
Henry H F Burton
of the State Agri Agricultural Agricultural ¬
cultural college will have charge of all alldairy alldairy alldairy
dairy products and will 111 offlcate as judge judgeThe judgeThe JudgeThe
The next regular reg Jar meeting of the board boardwill boardwill boardwill
will be held Wednesday Sept 1 at the thechamber thechamber thechamber
chamber of commerce building buildingOf buildingG buildingMAYORS buildingM
G
MAYORS M AYORflEAS AYORflEASOF IOtAS IOtASOF
OF Of QPflOPl SCORCHERS SCORCHERSChauffeur
ur Duimun DuimunW DuimunChauffeur
W
Chauffeur Arrested for Speed Speeding Speeding Speeding ¬
ing at Liberty Park ParkNew ParkNew ParkNew
New in City CityO
O J J Lawrence chauffeur for the State Statestreet Statestreet Statestreet
street garage was arrested by Officer J JE JE JE
E Morris at Liberty park Wednesday af afternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon for speeding When hen arrested arrestedLawrence arrestedLarence arrestedlAwrence
Lawrence was passing in front of the east eastentrance eaatentrance eastentrance
entrance to the park and was going at atabout atabout atabout
about forty miles an hour He was taken takento
to the police station where he was later laterallowed Jaterallowed laterallowed
allowed to go Lawrence stated that he hehad hehad hebad
had only been in the city two days and andthat andthat andthat
that he had not been informed as a to the thespeed thespeed thespeed
speed limit and the places where speeding speedingwas
was allowed allowedMayor allowedMayor allowedMayor
Mayor John S Brans Bransford ford who was at atthe atthe i
the police station yesterday afternoon afternoonsaid afternoonsaid
said I think all chauffeurs who are arefound arefound
found running over fifteen miles an hour hourin I
in the park should be arrested and made madeto
to stand trial The park I think should shouldbe
be left open to the horsemen as they de deserve deserve deserve ¬ I
serve some privileges The park is about aboutas
as far as a horsenun can get away from fromtbe fromthe I It
the t city in one day and have a good free freerun freerun freerun
run The automobiles however have haveplenty haveplenty
I
plenty of other places plac < > They can go down downon
on State street or on Twelfth South street streetand streethnd streetand
and numerous other places where the theroads theroads theroads
roads are good and they can take a little littlespurt littlespurt littlespurt
spurt without endangering any lives livesThere livesThere
There are many chauffeurs in the city citywho citywho citywho I
who are dangerous and wilful scorchers scorchersand
and they should be severely dealt with withHamlin withHamlin withHamhin I
Hamlin paints signs I n Both phones
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IRRmATIONISTS TO MEET MEETPlans
I Iber
Plans for Forming a Distriot in We Weber Weher ¬
ber and an Davis Counties CountiesLagoon CountiesLagoonIs Lagoon LagoonIs
Is Place of Meeting on Aug 31 31Taking 31Taking 31Taking
Taking advantage of the Pope irri irrigation irrigation irrigatton ¬
gation law passed at the last session sessionof
of the legislature farmers of Weber Weberand Weberand Veberand
and Davis counties will meet at Lagoon Lagoonon
on the afternoon of Aug 31 to discuss discussthe discussthe
the feasibility of forming an irrigation irrigationdistrict irrigationdistrict jI jIdistrict
district under the new ne act Plans for forthe forthe IJ IJthe
the forming of this district have al already already ¬
ready been arranged and booklets is issued issued issued ¬ I
sued explaining the project which con consists conslsts consists ¬
sists in bonding the land affected to pay payfor payfor It Itfor
for the cost of the construction of the thereservoir thereservoir thereservoir
reservoir and the irrigation ditches ditchesAt
At the Lagoon meeting Governor GovernorSpry GovernorSpry GovernorSpry
Spry will speak on The Building of a aGreater aGreater aGreater
Greater State John Henry Smith on onHome onHome onHome
Home Building Professor Profe sor Louis A AMerrill AMerrill AMerrill
Merrill of the state agricultural college collegeon
on Agriculture and Horticulture and andMajor andMajor andMajor
Major Richard W V Young on The Legal LegalPhases LegalPhaH8 LegalPhases
Phases of Irrigation Projects ProjectsSaltair ProjtCtsSaltalrEvery ProjectsSaltairEvery
Saltair SaltalrEvery Every day da a big day dayMORMON dayMORMON dayMORMON
MORMON CONVERTS TO TOARRIVE TOARRIVE
EJ
ARRIVE HERE TODAY
President Anthon H Lund and wife wifeand wifeand
and daughters with several elders and anda
a party of seventyfive converts to the theMormon theIormon theMormon
Mormon church are expected to arrive arrivein
in Salt Lake today from Montreal The Theparty Theparty Theparty
party was delayed two days In Montreal Montrealthrough Montrealthrough Montrealthrough
through the illness of Mrs Lund LundThey LundThey LundThey
They came from England on the thesteamer thesteamer thesteamer
steamer Laurentia la and had a remark remarkably remarkably remarkably ¬
ably pleasant plea ant voyage voyageAmong voyageAmong voyageAmong
Among others In the party are Profes Professor ¬
sor Or and Mrs A C Lund of Provo Pres PresIdent Prosident ¬
ident Anderson Robert Aveson A V880n and anddaughter anddaughter
daughter daughterSwimming daughterSwimming daughterSwimming
Swimming at Saltalr Saltalrlt9 Its glorious gloriousFIRST gloriousFIRST gloriousFIRST
FIRST TIME IN WEEK WEEKNO WEEKNO
I
NO RAIN PREDICTION PREDICTIONFor
For the first time In a week the theweather theweather theweather
weather prediction of the local bureau bureaucontains bureaucontains bureaucontains
contains no mention of showers Today
is to be fair Over the southern southernplateauregion southernDlateaureglon southernplateaureglon
plateauregion atmospheric pressure is
below the normal but in every other othersection otherectlon othersection
section of the country high barometric barometricconditions barometricconditions barometricconditions
conditions and consequent fair weather weatherprevails weatherprevails weatherprevails
prevails Salt Lake temperatures temperaturesranged temperaturesranged temperaturesranged
ranged between 82 8 degrees and 62 de degress degren degross ¬
gross yesterday yesterdaySaltair Ye8terdaySaltafrEve yesterdaySaltairEvery
Saltair SaltafrEve Every day a big day dayRoynl daynonl dayfloyni
Roynl Stale Stnl Bread Bre ld Depot DepotOpen DppotOpen DepotOpen
Open every morning Entrance on
South Good bread very cheap cheapSalt cheapSalt cheapSalt
Salt Lake Photo PhotoSupply Supply Co Kodak
Kodak finishing 142 Main St StWorlds StI StWorlds StWorLds
I
Worlds Greatest Drummer DrummerMajor DrummerlIajor DrummerMajor
Major Friedly at Saltalr all this week
five drums with two sticks sticksfcatta sUelesaUairuEveIY sticksiaitairLvery
fcatta aUairuEveIY r lAery day a big day dayj 1
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EVERYBODYS EVE EVERYBY55TO1E EVERYBY55TO1ETODA R Y BOD Y S STORE STORETwo S TOR E E7I
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TODA Y WE OFFER OFFERTzoo
Two TwoHundredandFifty Hundred and Fifty FiftySample I II
1 I 95 Sample New Ne w Fallfjirts Fall Skirts SkirtsValues i 95 95BID
e Values Vl 750 J1 8 Q gO 9 and d 5 S T TL4
BID L4 LV e qji I F U J Li PtI 0 4I 5 5a an
= a 10 1Oat at atThey atThey fi fiThey
They are the new fall models Are in plain and fancy weaves weavesthe the black Panama Panamaand Pannmaand Panamaand
and serges a few voile An opportunity that you should grasp A varied assort assortment assortment assortment ¬
ment of styles and colors represented representedSAMPLE representedSAMPLE representedSAMPLE
SAMPLE LINE NEW FALL SUITS SUITSWill
Will be placed placed on sale this morning at the following prices
SAMPLE LINE NEW FALL SUITS
1600 and 1800 values valuestoday valuestoday
today all day 12 125O 50
Made of the plain and fancy weave material materialin in the handsome new fall models modelsthe modelsthe modelsthe
the coat extra long fitted effects the skirt the new pleated extra full sweep around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the bottom bottomall all the new fall colors and a full line of sizes sizesAN sizesAN sizesAN
AN ENORMOUS SALE OF WAISTS WAISTSFrom
From OneThird to OneHalf less l g than regular prices
Waists that sold up to 200 go in this thiscleanup thisI thiscleanup
cleanup e sale saleat salea
I at a t 98c C
SAMPLE LINE NEW FALL SUITS
2000 and 2250 values valuestodayallday < J r AA AAtoday
15 00 0 0today
today todayallday all day ePI pltJUU
Net Tt Waists that sold un to 450 for 195 II
Mess Messaline aline taffeta silk and a d net waists waiststhat waiststhat waiststhat
that sold up to 650 will be sold at atthis ati atthis
this last i sale s for while e they theylast theylast 295
MUSLIN DRA WERS
50c 60c and an d 75c muslin drawers drawerssev drawersseveral sev several ¬
eral styles to choose from fromtodayat o A Atoday
today todayat at M 39 Je7C C
Net waists several styles to chooie chooiefrom cbooefrom
from also a few Battenberg that thatsold thatsold thatsold
sold up to 900 900all g galigoat
395 3 95
all aligoat go at P
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SPECIALS SPECIALSCorset
En Th Corset Covers Drawers Combination CombinationSuitsRegular CombinationLIb
9 LIb 8 C SuitsRegular 150 175 and 200 200Goods 200QFJt 98 C
QFJt 0 Goods Goodsall Goodsalicast all cast into one lot lotThey lotThey lotThey
They are made of an extra fine quality material all daintily trimmed with lace laceembroidery laceembroidery laceembroidery
embroidery and tucks tucksAn An opportunity to secure highclass garments at a great greatsaving greatsavIDg greatsaving
saving
TWO T WO EXTRA SPECIALS
CORSET COVERS COVERSThursday COVERSThursday
Thursday special regular 60c values valuesMade vaJuesMade vainesMade
Made of fine material materialspecial j jspecialat
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special specialat at 5j1iC C
LIST OF EXTRA SPECIALS II
One lot of childrens dresses dressesfrom dresses1 J1I J1Ifromlto5yearsat
dresses1212
from fromlto5yearsat 1 to 5 years at 1 12C1 12C115o C
150 and 200 house housewrappers housewrappers
1 00
wrappers at P
200 and 300 childrens childrenspique AO IB IBpique
pique coats special at 98 jQC C
Ladies Leather Hand Bags BagsThis
This seasons latest shapes in black brown and andtan andtan andtan
tan Regular values up to QRr 98c >
200 i7OV i7OVSpecial
Special SpecialSpecial SpecialSpecial
Special Sale on Hair Goods GoodsRegular GoodsI GoodsRegular
I
Regular 100 4 roll puffs for 50c 50cRegular O ORegular
Regular 300 3008 S roll puffs for 100 100Regular 100Regular
Regular 4 450 50 cluster puffs for 160 160HAIR 150HAIR
HAIR BARRETTESA A variety of shapes and andsizes andsizes andsizes
sizes in dark and light colors 1
15
20 and 25c values Special each eachBELTS eachBELTS lv > C CBELTS
BELTS BELTSElastic
Elastic kid and silk Belts in the new fall shades shadesvalues shadesvalues shadesvalues
values 60c 75c 85c 85cSpecial SScS
Special S each 48 C Cof3
of3
150 gingham petticots petticotsat iGo 95c g ga
at a t 1IYC
200 white tan and blue bluedress bluedressskirtsat
100 1 00
dress dressskirtsat skirts at Ie 8
Long Silk Gloves GlovesB
B Best st grade pure silk and silk taffeta 16but IIbutton 16buttonlength ton tonlength r rleqth
length gloves glovesmade made in all colors and sizes sizesIn sizesInsome in insome InOme
some shades however the sizes are somewhat somewhatbroken somewhatbroken somewhatbroken
broken while in other shades range of allies are arecomplete arecomplete arecomplete
complete Regular price 125 to J175 175 QQ Q
White they last O 39 JJc JJcShort 7C 7CShort C CShort
Short Silk Gloves GlovesPure
Pure silk double tipped and made in this sea seaeons seasons seasons
sons latest shades and sixes Regular 65c and and75c andt andThe
The values V l While they theylast theylast
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I S THE autumn approaches women be begin beI beL ¬
iS
II lS
L Ji I gin to plan for fall millinery of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course as usual the models we show showlead showlead showlead
lead in authenticity of style portrayal and a d the thedaily thedaily thedaily
daily arrivals of beautiful creations for the com coming corning ¬
ing season speak volumes for the taste and exe execution execution execution
cution of the worlds greatest designers designersSrandwins designersBrandwins designersBrandwins
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Brandwins SrandwinsOneSixty C t tOneSixty
OneSixty South Main Street
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For Hon Moses Thatchers Funeral Funeralt
At t Logan a special round trip rate of ofJ05 of4OIi
j405 J05 will Ill be made from Salt Lake via viaO
0 S L August SS 5 and 26 Trains at atn
9 a m and 4 p m Limit August 27th 27thSwimming 27thSwimming
Swimming at Saltair Sal alrits its glorious glQriouso
o
Waists that sold up to 250 go in this thiscleanup thiscleanup
at a cleanup sale saleat 135 1 1 1a 35 c cat
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
Via In Denver Rio Grande R R
To Provo canyon 750 a m 810
a m mTo 126
To Ogden 10 1025 25 a m 135 I3 p m 100 I ITo
To Pharaohs Ohm 8 520 20 a m 50 I
Return on any an y train Special leaves
cano canon on 7 730 30 p m
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W B SWEDISH SWEDISHHair SWEDISHHair
Hair Powder PowderHas
Has been used for fo over 15 years yea in the th
Swedish Treatment of the Hair and
Scalp It cleanses the hair withou wlthollwashing wlthouiwashing withouwashing
washing and leaves it soft clean and
fluffy Sizes Soc and 100 1 00 Call for
liberal trial package packageF
F C Schramm SchrammF
F J Hill Drug Co CoT5he Co15he Co5heCHARLTON
T5he CHARLTON 5heCHARLTONSHOP CHARLTONSHOP CHARLTONSHOP
SHOP SHOPWomens SHOPWomens SHOPWomens
Womens Outfitters Exchwively ExchwivelyEXCLUSIVE ExclMinlyEXCLUSIVE ExehtivelyEXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor
Tailor Made Suits SuitsCoats SuitsCoats SuitsCoats
Coats Gowns GownsEvening GownsEvening GownsEvening
Evening Wraps Wrapsat Vrapsat
at atModerate atModerate atModerate
Moderate Prices
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