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Will Join in Festivities Incident Incidentto
to Proposed Visit of George GeorgeGould GeorgeGould
Gould GouldA
A committee win be Appointed by Ute theboard Uteboard
board of directors of the Utah Manura ManuraturErs alanutacturers <
turErs association within the next few tewdays fewdays
days to join with the committee committee of the theCommercial theommercial
Commercial club In the entertainment oC oCGorge ofGorge
Gorge Gould the Rio Grande ma magnate magnateand te tennd
and other capitalists on the occasion oC oCthpir oftheir
their visit to Utah to celebrate the com comIktion eompietin
Iktion of the Western Pacific This move moveJ
r J was decided on at a meeting of the board boanlIi
of Ii directors held yesterday afternoon at atL atL3u
L L3u 31J oclock oclockTlw oclockThe
The Manufacturers association throUIr throUIrIts
Its board of dlrectolll baa alllO decided decidedto
to make an attempt te > Influence the rail railroad railroad
road capitalists capltal lts to bring the headquarter headquarterIf
of If the Western Pacific and the Denver DenverRio DenverRio
Rio Grande to Salt Lake It Is main malntain maintain
tain d that as Salt Lake la the midway midwayI
I oint between Denver and the Pacific PaeU1cConst Pacificoast
Const oast that It Is the logical place for gen genral general
eral ral headquarters headquartersA
A resolution was passed by the dlre dlretrs directors <
trs to the effect that the association aaoclation1I1d associationWould
Would > 1I1d do everything In lt its power to pt ptthf getthe
the public to support the business hou houses housesair es esalr
air ady y established In preferenct to east eaBtenl eastenc
enl concerns concernsSeiretary concerns5erretary
Seiretary D F Collett reported to the thedJrh thedrtttors
dJrh drtttors tors that lett lettars rs had been written writtent
t the th > manufacturers of the state urg urgfrg urg1rg
frg them to submit their manufactures In InExhibits inexhibits
Exhibits at the coming state fair fairl fairI
The Misses Selma and Mary Wan Wanwere NallWere
were the hostesses at a charming bridge bridgetea
tea given yesterday afternoon at the theuntry theuntn
untry club in honor oC Miss Bess Mc McMUIait Ic Ic11illa
11illa 11 a September bride A large Jaflfeonvl largetnwl
tnwl onvl of pink asters decorated the tea teatreble teaLhle
treble which was presided over by MrsKarl Mrs MrsKarl
Karl Scheid and Mrs H G Mcllnnan Mcllnnanassisted McMillanassisted
assisted by Miss Gertrude Hanson and and11r andMr
11r Vaughn Paul Seven tables oC oCndg ofLndge
Lndge ndg were played and other guests guestsfr
v fr ere present at the tea which followed followedthe
1 the games gamesA
A delightful musicale was that given givenb
b 1 t evening by Miss Blanche Squiresth Squires
th complimented guest being lli Miss s CleoCraig Cleo Cleoraig
Craig who leaves next week for Dan Danfr
fr A color scheme in green and white whitea whitevas
vas a used In the parlor decorations decorations1hite
1hite asters being combined with smi smiL smiLx
Lx L x and ferns in carrying out the effect effectIn
In the back parlor masses of golden Ifoldengl
gl w were banked on the mantels while whilered whilered
red dahlias were used in the dining diningrm diningr
rm r m A large cut glass bowl of the theftIers thefl
ftIers fl rsers graced the center of the dining diningtlDIe diningt
t tlDIe ble A red color scheme was carried carriedout carriedcut
out in the decorations on the porch and andIn andin
In the reception hall where punch was wasn I Isrved
n srved rued by Miss Wanda Craig Those Thosewho Thosewho
who amsted in the dining room were wel9Mrs wereMrs
Mrs Leslie Squires and Mrs Sidney SidneySmith SidneySmith
Smith A number of delightful mu muskal
skal numbers were given during the theevening
11 Evening those assisting in t the program prgramb programbeing
b being lng MIss Anna Erickson Miss Mar 1largaret Margaret
garet Whitney Leslie Squires and Miss MissGertrude lIssGertrude
Gertrude Kastholm whose charming charmingcontralto charmingcontralto
contralto voice was heard in three selec selections selectlans
tions tlansMiss tionsMiss
Miss La Blanche Snow a bride of the themonth themonth
month was the complimented guest at ata ata
a china shower given yesterday after aUernOln afternoon
noon by Miss Mignon Dinbalter A AJapanese AJapanese
Japanese scheme was used in the deco decorations decorations
rations throughout the house The Tberooms Therooms
rooms were lighted with rows of Japan Japanese
ese lanterns and incense burners added addedto
to the Japanese effect An Inverted InvertedJapanese invertedJapanese
Japanese parasol filled with autumn autumnflowers autumnflowers
flowers and berries formed the center centerpiece centerpiece
piece on the dining table where tea was W8ilJioured washoured
Jioured by Miss Rae Campbell Twenty Twentyguests Twentyguests
guests were present during the after aUernoon afternoon
noon noonThirty noonThirty
Thirty guests were entertained enter ned at a abridge abridge
bridge tea given by Mrs William Mitch Mitchell
eU Wednesday afternoon Autumn Autumnflowers Autumnflowers
flowers and berries were charmingly
4 l combined with birch bark In the table tabledec tablede
dec orations During the afternoon the theguests H Hguests
guests were entertained with a delight delightful
ful musical program tbo those e giving selections se selccUons
lccUons being the Misses Irene Kelly KellyFlorence KellyFlorence
Florence Locke Claudia Holt and Ada AdaFerguson AdaFerguson
Ferguson Miss Mignon Denhalter as assisted assisted
sisted Mrs Mitchell in serving servingMrs ervlngMrs
Mrs Franklin Platt jr entertained a afew afen
few friends last evening at an informal InfonnalDutlh informalDutch
Dutch supper given in honor of her aia aiatr Met
tr t r Mrs Irs Hyrum Bergstrum who leaves leavesSaturday leavesl
l Saturday for Chicago ChlC88oMrs
Mrs J S Upham was hostess yeeter yeeterday yesterday
day at a luncheon in honor of Mrs EI EI11tt EIlintt
11tt or Minneapolis Minn the petit of ofMrs ofMm
Mrs Clark Elliott of Fort Douglas DougwTh
Th members ot the Arnie club were wereentrtalned wereentertained
entertained at their regular meeting by byMif byMis
Mif Nellie James on Thursday evening eveningMiss eveningMiss
Miss Edna FoUand was the hostess at atth atthe
th the fortnightly meeting of the T O N NO
O dub held last night nightThe
The Daughters ot the American Revoluti Rev Revo1utinn
o1utinn oluti n Spirit of Liberty chapter held
Local Salvation 1vation Army Is Isin isin
in Charge of New Officer
Adjutant Fred Braun a and Mrs Braun
Adjutant Fred Braun and Mrs MrsBraun Irs IrsBraun
Braun formerly head of the Salvation SalvationArm SalvationArmy
Arm Army work In Seattle arrived In Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Wednesday morning to take takecharge takecharge
charge of the local barracks In place placeot
ot Captain Soderholm who has been beenremoved beenremoved
removed to Missouri The changes In Inthe inthe
the heads of the Salt Lake army is 111 111line inline
line with sweeping changes throughout throughoutthe
the United States and England inau inaugurated inaugurated
gurated by the International command commanders
ers ersAdjutant Adjutant and Mrs Braun will take takup takeup
up the work of their predecessors predeceasorswhere
where it was left off and will carry it itforward itforward
forward as usual Adjutant Braun bas basseen hasseen
seen much service throughout the coast coastdepartment coastdepartments
department of the army He started startedan
an Industrial hotel in Los Angeles and andhas andhas
has been prominent in 4eral large laTFethe largethe
the first meeting of the season yesterday yesterdayat
at the home of Mrs G Y Wallace Mrs MrsR Mrs MrsR
R C Gemmell acted as chairman chairmanThe
The history section of the Ladles Lit Literary Literary
erary club held Its first meeting Thurs Thursday Thursday I
day at the club house Mrs D N NStraup NStraup
Straup read the paper which was fol followed followed
lowed by dillCuuion of the subject subjectMiM subjectMiss
Miss Edith Maguire bu Issued Invita invttations Invitations
tions for an Informal bridge tea to be begiven
given on Saturday afternoon at her berhome herhome II IIgien
home in N street streetMiss
HIM Mildred Jensen will entertain entertainSaturday entertainSaturday
Saturday with an Orpneum party tot followed totlowed
lowed by a luncheon at Franklins the thehonored thehonored
honored guest being 1U Miss La Blanche BlalleheSnow BlancheSnow
Snow SnowMrs
Mrs J A Earle will be bOltttesa next nextWednesdar nextWednesday
Wednesday at a bridge tea at her home bomeThe homeThe
The Elk club will be the scene oC a alaflfe alarge
large dancing party to be given this thisevening thisevening
evening by Miss Venus Romney the theaffair theaffair
affair to be chaperoned by Mrs W G GRomney GRomney
Romney Mrs Edward McGumn Mrs MrsJohn Irs IrsJohn
John C Cutler Mrs P J Moran and andMrs andMrs
Mrs J W Bardwell BardwellMrs
Mrs C H Valentine will be the host hostess
ess at a 50tt party to be given this after afternoon afternoon
noon in h nOr r of Miss La Blanche Snow SaowXls SnowMrs
Mrs W N Williams Williams will entertain entertainthis
this afternoon at a Kensington with withMrs withMrs
Mrs Bergstrum as the honored guest guestIO
IO x II < t TAn
An informal musicale will be given IfIventhis giventhis
this evening at the borne of Mrs H M MDlnwoodey MDinwoodey
Dlnwoodey the honored guests being beingMr beingMr
Mr and Mrs L A Torrena of Chicago ChlC5oWaldemar Chicagoa ChicagoWaldemar
Waldemar Van Cott and Carroll Bintz Bintzwill Bintzwill
will entertain tonight at a dancing par party party
ty at the Ladies Literary club house bousefor housefor
for the young guests in town and the thecollege thecollege
college girls and boys boysMiss boysMiss
Miss Charlotte Holmes Holmes will be hostess boatesiJtoday hostesstoday
today at a bridge tea at the Country Countryclub Countryclub
club In honor of Mi Miss Be Bess a IclItllan McMiiianCaptain IclItllanCaptain
Captain and Mrs R B Rffenberlck Rffenberlckwill
will entertain this evening at a fudge fudgeparty fudgeparty
party at their quarters at Fort Doug Douglas
x > Ie IeAt s sAt <
At the meeting of the Ladles Liter Literary Literary
ary club to be held this afternoon at atoclock 2 2oclock
oclock at the club rooms several mu musical muMeal
Meal selections will be given In addition additionto
to the program announced for the da daThe day dayThe
The opening number on the program programwill programwill
will be a piano solo by Miss Ethel Dofflemeyer Dof Dofftemeyer
ftemeyer Following a greeting by Mrs MrsJ rs rsJ
J C Royle and an address by the incoming in incoming
coming president Mrs E D Miller Millerthere Millerthere
there will be a vocal solo by Mrs A S SPeters SPeters
Peters The next number on the program pro proIfram
gram will be the reading of a poem by byMrs byMrs
Mrs F C nellley and the chairmen chairmenof
of the various sections will then give giveAveminute givefiveminute
Aveminute talks about their sections sectionsA
A violin solo by Professor George Skel Skelton Skelton
ton will close the program after which whlcbtea whichtea
tea will be served servedMr servedMr
Mr and Mrs S W V Eccles and da daugh daughter gh ghter
ter Miss Mildred Ecdes will arrive in inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake next Monday from their theirranch theirranch
ranch In Island Park Ida and will willspend willspend
spend a week here as the guests or Mrand Mr Mrand
and Mrs F E Williamson Mr and
undertakings on the part of the Sal Sllvatton Salvation
vatton Army Fourteen years ago lie liewas hewas
was in Salt Lake as a member of the thelocal thelocal
local corps but went from here te Los LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles From Loa Angeles his next nextpromoton nextpromotion
promotion took him to San Francisco Franciscothence Franciscothence
thence to Portland and Seattle SeattleSuch SeattleSuch
Such widespread changes In the theheads theheads
heads of departments is inaugurated inauguratedat
at intervals so as to give those en engaged engaged
gaged In the work better opportunity opportunityto
to study and ob observe erve conditions and andmethods andmethods
methods of work in other sections sectionsOne sectionsOne
One important change of officers officerswhich officerswhich
which effects Utah 18 that b by which wbfchLIeutenant whichLieutenant
LIeutenant Colonel W K Jenkins Is Istransferred Istransferred
transferred from Seattle and placed In Inmand incommand
command mand of the western province provincewhlcb provincewhich
which covers Utah Colorado Vyom Wyoming Vyomlng
lng Arizona Montana Nevada and andIdaho andIdaho
Idaho with headquarters at Denver DenverMrs DenverMrs
Mrs Eccles are en route to their home hmeIn
In New York YorkMr
a x xMr
Mr and Mrs Hoyt Sherman of Wash WashIngton Washington
Ington D C who ho are guests for a few fewdays fewdays
days at the home of their daughter daughterMrs
Mrs George Jay Gibson will return to toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake In the spring to make this thiscity thiscity
city their permanent home homeoj homeMr
x oj <
Mr and Mrs A H Little returnedWednesday returned returnedWedne3day
Wednesday from a six weeks trip to toMountaln toMountain
Mountain Dell and Parleys can canyon canyonDr on oni onDr
Dr and Mrs Orson Howard who whohave whohave
have spent the last two months in Long
Beach Cal returned borne on Monday MondayXr
Xr and Mrs Glen Miller who have bavebeen havebeen
been visiting in northern California are areriow arenow
riow now spending a week at Hotel Virginia VirginiaIn
In Long Beach BeachMrs BachMrs
Mrs A D Taber Ta r and daughter Miss MiasNellie MissNellie
Nellie Wilkinson of Elko Nev will willarrive willarrive
arrive In the clt city this morning and willbe will willbe
be the guests of Mr and Mrs rs F EWilliamson E EWilliamson
Williamson for a few days Mrs Taber Taberwill Taberwill
will leave next week for a visit to her herfather herfather
father at CaJiente Nev while Miss MissVUkil18On MissWilkinson
Wilkinson AIII resume her work at atRowland atRowland
Rowland Hall HallMr HallMr
Mr and Mr Mrs Edgar W Duncan of ofKansas ofKansas
Kansas City Mo are the gue guests ts of 1Ir 1Irand Mrand
and Mrs A C Smith at Ii 153 South Eleventhast Elev Eleventh
enthast enth East street street11M streetMiss
Miss Gendolen Tripp will leave Set Seturday Saturday
urday for the eaSt where she will enter enterher enterher
her second year at Smith collegeIe collegeMiss college
M Ie IeMfsa
Miss Edna Jennings who bas been beenapendlolf beenspending
spending the summer with her parents parentsIn
In First avenue will leave Thursday
for Wellesley WellesleyMias
Miss Dorothy Doroth Weber left WedneSday WedneSdayto
to continue her work at Smith college collegeco collegeMARRIAGE
Charles Avena San Jo Jose e Cal Rose RCSeSullivan RoseSullivan
Sullivan Murray MurrayJames lurrayJames
James Root San Francisco Mary Dono Donohue Donohue
hue Park City CityWilliam CityWilliam
William H McCune SU Lake Mary
AEvans A Evans Salt Lake LakeNicolo LakeNicolo
Nicolo D Clere Salt Lake Glavanna GlavannaDtorto I
Diorio Salt Lake LakeMartin I
Martin Peel I Murray Minnie Kln Kinyon KinyonKansas on I
Kansas City 110 110Harry MoHarry
Harry B Pulsifer Kansas CIt City 110 110Sarah MoSarah
Sarah C CanUlon Salt Lake LakeOZ LakeSTATE
Heber C Smith deputy state food foodand foodand
and dairy commissioner left yesterday
for Tooele for an Investigation of the thesmall thesmall
small stores and other food dispensers dispensersIn
In that city as well as Garfield and nndother andother
other small towns In that section He HeAill Hewill
will return to Salt Lake within a few fewdays fewdays
days and will then leave on a tour of ofInspection ofinspection
Inspection of the small towns of the theltOuthern thesouthern
southern part of the state stateThere stateThere
There Is mU much h spoiled candy and andfood I
food In these smaller stores It Is be believed believed
lieved and the Inspector will condemn condemnthis
this wherever found Villard Hansen Hansencommissioner Hansencommissioner
commissioner is now In Ogden on an anInvestigation aninvestigattoh
Investigation and will return toda todaThe today todayThe
The Central Coal Coke company companyhas
has made no change in the price of ofRoek ofRock
Rock Springs coal and Is still selling sellingIt
It at 3575 Fi75 per ton
MoneyMaking ao 0 Ways of Using 9 9To V ani Ads AdsTo
To Buy or Sell a Carriage CarriageA
A new Carriage does not Sell cheap But there is isa isa
a way to Buy secondhand ones cheap On our ourClassified L LClassified
Classified page we have a column headed Horses Horsesand 4 4and
and Carriages A two or three line announce announcement announcemeet
meet placed there headed Wanted or For Sale Saleand ti tiand
and stating just what you want or have to Sell Sellwill Sellwill
will bring you bargain results Most aU of the theHorses theHorses
Horses and secondhand Carriages in this city are arebought arebought
bought and soldin this way Because this paper papergoes papergoes
goes to a good class of business men little Want WantAds WantAds
Ads of this nature bring results in the quickest quickestmanner
manner and at the expenditure of but the price of ofa
a few cigars If you want to Buy or Sell a Car Carriage Carriage
riage it is surely worth your while to read our ourClassified ourClassified
Classified page for a few days or else invest a few fewpennies fewpennies
pennies for a small ad Try and see
WUnJivMKft An PR9 C CLAII nONAOOtJT I A nut Alt n1t F Oft sALSn SALB nOAN R Al SQ S irB RBIt RBItails IIft IIftIt
ails aM ll It gllsia U sdil Address ec uB 3i6 Drewlt borMgiHt Pine ssef1111Ie Apllll APPIYWest ApllllW8It
West AT1Ie or JIMee n 8I4 6142 tllllay at 846 Greed Street Mr MrNo lliak lliakNo
No matter WHERE you may liyeour Classified Want Ads will find for you youJUST youJUST
JUST what you WANT You may be one of our country readers or may live liveout liveout
out of town a short distance or you may chance to pick up this paper in in another anothercity anothercit3
city No mattero11 Want Ads are valuable to YOUANYWHERE if youbut you youJ
but find out by READING them themjust just what they will do doI doCopJrlcht
CopJrlcht 1908 b7 George MatthowAdams Matthew Adams
Applications for Rights Are AreMade AreMade
Made to the State Engi EngineersOffice Engineers
neersOffice neersOfficeApplications neers Office OfficeApplications
Applications for the purpo purposeof eof acquir acquirIng acquiring
Ing the right to use portions of the unapproprcated un unappropriated
appropriated waters of the stale for ir irrigation Irrigation
rigation have been received from a num number number
ber of individUals l ani and firms at the office officeof
of the state engineer enginrJ
J M Lauritxen of Richfield makes ap application application
plication for a portion of the waters of ofZIOn ofZion
ZIOn creek and of Short creek in Washington Wash WashIngton
Ington county With the water from Zion Zionr Zioncreek
creek r ek It is planned to irrigate 10100 acres acresof acresof
of land Tle diverting canal will be bex000
7 x000 OOO feet long Of the water in Short Shortcreek Shortcreek
creek Mr Lauritsen applies for ten cubic cubicfeet cubicfeet
feet or flow per second for the purpose e or orirr1pting ofirrigating
irrigating 320 acres near the Arizona Ar1onaUtah ArizonaUtah
Utah line JlneThe lineThe
The Snake Creek Power company of ofProvo ofProvo
Provo Utah lUlU for a portion vf the thewater thewater
water of a tributary of Snake creek The Theflow Theflow
flow will be used to generate power for forelectric forelectric
electric lighting and propelling machinery machineryat
at Park City and elsewhere elsewhereThe
The New Castle Reclamation company companymakes companymakes
makes application for ten cubic feet per peraecoDd persecond
second equal to 1000 acre feet of water waterof
of Pin Valley creek Washington count countThe county countyThe
The length of the diverting canal will willbe wiltbe
be 2 75000 OOO f feet t and the point of diversion diversionwill
will be In the north fork ot Pine Valley Valleycreek Valleycreek
Eighty Per Cent of Seattle Visitors VisitorsStop VisitorsStop
Stop in Salt Lake LakeTraveling LakeTraveling
Traveling passenger men assert and fig figures figurea
urea have been compiled by the pan panlfer passenger
lfer departments of foreign roads to horr horrthat o othat
that a very conservative estimate mdl mdlcates indicates
cates that 80 per cent of the visitors to tothe tothe
the Seattle fail this year have either eitherlrOing eithergoing
going or coming passed through Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake The traffic as near as can be beestimated beestimated
estimated east and w west st has been divided dividedIn
In the proportion of about onehalf to the theHarriman theHarriman
Harriman lines and the rest divided about aboutequally aboutequally
equally betw between en the Salt Lake Route Routeand Routeand
and the Denver I Rio Grande Th TheDenver ThDEnver
DEnver I Rio Grande has lost consider considerable considerable
able travel toward the end of the sea season season
son b > cauae ot the washouts and wrecks wreckson
on Its line which have made it Impossi Impossible
ble to handle all of the traffic that has hasapplied hasapplied
applied Even now the tourists are un unable unable
able to get the accommodations they de desire desire
sire in many Instances over the Gould Gouldroad Gouldroad
road and hundreds are each day clamor clamoring clamoring
ing for berth re reservations reservationsTEACHERS
Jordan District Begins With Bight BightSchool BrightSchool
School Prespects PrespectsFollowinlf PrespectsFollowing
Following are the names of instructors instructorsbo
who bo have attached their signatures to tocontracts tocontracts
contracts and are now on the staff of ofthe ofthe
the Sandy High school and Bingham de departments departments
partments In the Sandy department are areEnoch areEnoch
Enoch Jo Jorgenson nson principal Rose Ander Anderson
son Maud L Williams O H Dutton Duttonand Duttonand
and Ada A Hartley Those of the Blng
bam schools are F G Eskelson and Er Ernest Ernest
nest Day Daytary
Secretary tary Thompson of the Jordan JordansellOOI Jordanschool
school board ia of the opinion that the theattendance theattendance
attendance at the various schools in th thdistrict the thedistrict
district will break all pr vlous records reconlsHe
He states that all school work has been beensuccessfully beensuccessfully
successfully launched and that the pros prospects prospects
pects for a splendid school year never ap appeared appeared
peared brighter brighterHEAVY brighterHEAVY
Superi Superintendent tendent G M lumford of the theMurray theMurray
Murray school board yesterday gave out outthe outthe
the following report regarding this years yearsenrollment yearsenrollment
enrollment at the schools In Murray urray The Theenrollment Theenrollment
enrollment which reached the figures of ofIO ofbill
bill IO at the Arlington Is the largest In the
hiatOI history of the town this Is an i Increase Increaseof crea e eof
of 50 over last year At I the Liberty Libertyachf1 Libertyschool
school 250 are enrolled this number numberbreaking numberbreaking
breaking previous records while at the
Pioneer 75 were n attendance Instead Insteadof
of there being one stage now In opera operation operation
tion to haul the Childrento the various variousschools variousschools
schools another one will wllllbe be put on the thecoming thecoming
coming week the heavy attendance mak
Ing this move necessary neceuaryWOMANS necessaryWOMANS
Carthage Mo 0 Sept tA rem remarka rka
ble demonstration took place here last lastnlht lastnight
night in the annual convention of the
Missouri W C T U during the speeeh speeehof
of Mrs Carrie Lee CarterStokea state lltatepresident statepresident
president as she by an effective climax
led up to the prophecy that Missouri MislIOurlould Missouriwould
would go dry In 1910 The delegates delegatesroee
rose a as one and sang Missouri Is Go GoIng Going
Ing Dr Dry until the walls of the big bigauditorium bigauditorium
auditorium resounded wIth the song songand songand
and waved handkerchiefs flags and andbanners andbanners
banners bannersAMUSEMENTS
The present excellent bill at the Or Orpheum Orpheum
pheum theatre will clo close e Saturday night nightand nightand
and a new and equally strong bill will willgJ willgo
gJ on Sunday night Lily Lena the dainty
English comedienne has made one of the themost themost
most pronounced hits of the season and andher andher
her songs will continue to be Bung In and andaround andaround
around the city long after she has taken takenher takenher
her departure Ruby Raymond with her hertwo hertwo
two very clever dancing boys James JamesGraham JamesGraham
Graham and James M Hughes III an another another
other big favorite and their solo and en ensemble ensemble
semble dancing would be hard to beatThere beat beatThere
There will be a matinee today at 215 215and 15 15and
and tomorrow at the same time
The Squaw Man Is still attracting
great crowds to the Grand theatre and
Villani Mack Is again showing that he
has few superiors as a stock actor The Thepia Theplay
pia play runs the remainder of the week with witha
a matinee on Saturday Next week Mr
Mack and his company will put on Sol
diers ot Fortune from the famous story
by Richard Harding Davis DavisTHE DavisTHE
Another capacity house greeted the Ar
Ington players In the big Shubert success suc sucoeu
cess The Love Route at the Colonial
t theatre eatre last night It goes tonight and
tomorrow matinee and nd night It will close
to give way to the big success or last lastseason lastseason
season Texas TexasAringtons TexasAringtons
Aringtons players will move to the
Bungalow and open on Sunday evening
In Krle Bellews greatest success flat
flea flesANNUAL fleaANNUAL
Via Oregon Short Line Round trip tripfrom tripfrom
from Salt Lake for complete ftveda ftvedatour fivedaytour
tour of the park including rail and andstage andstage
stage transportation and accommoda accommodations
tions at the firstclUJ hotels In the thepark thepark
park 465 See agents for further par particulars particulars
ticulars City Ticket Office I01 Main Mainstreet Malnstreet
street streetDo streetDo
Do you kodak We finish and also alsorell alsnreU
reU the supplies Salt Lake Photo PhotoSupply PhotoSupply
Supply Cn 14 142 fain street streetGrand streete streetGrand
Grand ball Wanda Wandamere mere Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night nightHamlin nightHamlin
Hamlin paints sign also houses housesPoth housesPoth
Poth phones
M00REIn this city Sept 9 1Mr 1MrClara 1900 Mrs MrsClara
Clara Moore aged JI years wife at atJoseph ofJoseph
Joseph Vrilllam Moore Remains are at atthe atthe
the private reception rooms of Bber W WHall WHall
Hall 164 South West Temple TempleNotice TempleNotice
Notice of funeral later laterPETERSONCarrol laterPETERSON
PETERSONCarrol PETERSON Carrol Infant lIOn of LouiS LouiSand
and May Gant Peterson born June 1 1loN 15 151dls
loN loNI
I R I r V i tslll 11 he held in t11 Fift TFUtr11 TFUtr11r Ill I Ir
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Phenomenal Sale SaleBlankets SaleBlankets
Blankets and Comforts ComfortsTod
Tod Today y and Saturday are the last daysthe most phenomenal sale of wanted wantedfall wantedfall
fall and winter weight blankets and comforts ever featured in the history of ofthe ofthe
the departmentthe values are positively unparalleled Every housewife and andhome andhome
home furni furnisher her should plan to visit this sale todayif not today Saturday thelast the thelast
last daythousands of dollars worth of new crisp fr6Bhfrom freshfromthefacto thefactory comforts com comforts
forts and blankets involved in the greatest savings ever offered to Salt Lakers LakersComenote LakersComenote
Comenote the few of the bargains that we advertise
Cotton Comforts ComfortsAll
All of our cotton comforts are filled with withpure withpure
pure white cotton and covered with an ex excellent excellent
cellent quality silkoline in a variety of ofcolors ofcolors
colors and pntternswe quote only a part partof
of the items on sale sltleSilkoline saleSilkoline
Silkoline covered comforts quilted and andlmotted andknotted
knotted size 72 in
by 78 78in
in worth 250 eachsaleSilkoline eachsale eachsaleSilkoline 2 0 0
Silkoline covered comforts light d di intya intyapatterns intyapatterns
patterns in great variety size 72 in by byn
78 inworth n r l 300 300eachsale OO
eachsale eachsaleCotton 250 250COtt01l
Cotton Blankets BlanketsGrey
Grey cotton blankets size 40 in inby
by 68 insale the pair 5 0 C CGrey CGrey
Grey and white cotton bltulketssize 54 54in 54in
in by 72 inworth 800 85othe
the paJraale 75 C CWhite CWhite
White grey and tn cotton blankets size
60 in by 72 invorth 126 125the
the pairsale pairsaleFancy pairsaleFancy 1 00
Fancy German finished cotton blanket blanketcrib blanketscrib
crib me 36 in by 00 in insale
sale the pair pairWhite pairWhite 2 00
White grey and tan cotton sheet blankets blanketsaize
size 72 in by 78 in worth
200 the pairsale pairsaleExtra pairsaleextra 1 5 0
Extra heavy cotton sheet blankets in inwhite inwhite
white grey and tan sue 72 in by 80 in inl inworth
worth 250 t the thepairsale
200 200Ohildrenl
pairsale pairsaleGhildrens l
Ohildrenl crib blankets in fancy colored coloredptterns coloredpatterns
patterns of Mother Goose GooseTeddy
Teddy Bears etcsaleettch 89 C
200 200Pairso 200PairsoQn Pairs of Oxfords OxfordsOn
On the Bargain Tables TablesWorth
Worth From 300 to 5 00 00l
5001 65
Special Until UntilSpecial l Sold SoldSpecial h I e
Special until sold Friday m mlirnin rning We have grouped into one lot and andfeatured andfeatured
featured them on the bargain tables about 200 pairs of womens summer summeroxfords summern
oxfords no pumps in black and tan leathers and in n both lace and button buttonsiyles buttonstyles
styles They are broken lines from our immense oxford saleonly one andtwo and andtwo
two pair lotsnot all sizes sizes in anyone any one style but a large choice in the assortment as assortment
sortment If we have your size it affords wonderful oxford savingsval savingsvalues
ues from 300 to 500until sold165
Washington Sept 9The body of ofLieut ofLieut
Lieut James T Sutton Jr will be re removed removed
moved from Arlington cemetery Mon Monday Monday
day September 13 The witnesses of ofthe ofthe
the disinterment will be Mrs Sutton Suttonher Suttonher
her attorneys Dr George Tully TullyVaughn TullyVaughn
Vaughn who will perform an autopsy autopsyRaymond autopsyRaymond
Raymond Spear of the navy and a apriest apriest
priest who win officiate at the re reburial reburial
burial of Suttons body In consecrated conaecratedground consecratedground
When a aGrocer aGrocer
Grocer Grocergives
gives you Burnetts BurnettsVanilla BurnettsVanilla
Vanilla voluntarily voluntarilyreft voluntarilyretassured
reft retassured assured he is a high ahighclass highclass
class grocer grocerwho who is look looking I
ing out or your interest intercltBurnetts interestBurnetts
Burnetts Va Vanilla Vanilla
nilla is as superior to toordinhry toordinary
ordinary vanilla as rich richcream richcream
cream is superior to toskimmed I Iskimmed
skimmed milk millRememhertoaskfor I IRemember
Remember Rememhertoaskfor Rememhertoaskforit to ask fol folit
it and s see e for or yourself yourselfBurnetts yourselfBurnetts
Burnetts Vanilla VanillaGhe Vanillathe
Womens Outfitters Exclusively ExolusivelyEXCLUSIVE ExclusivelyEXCLUSIVE
Tailor Made SuitsCoats Suits SuitsCoats
Coats Gowns GownsEvening GownsEvening
Evening Wraps Wrapsat
at atModerate atModerate
Moderate Prices Prices1I1
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St St Mary MarysSt s Blankets BlanketsSt
St Marys wool blankets size 72 in by 84 84in 84in
in bound single white or Krey po poettively poettivelyUnshrinkableworth itivel1 itivel1Unshrinkbleworth
Unshrinkbleworth Unshrinkableworth1200the
12OOthe p pair irHle irHleSt ale aleSt 9 75
St Marys good quality allwool blankets blanktwhite blanketswhite
white or grey bound in single blankets blanketssize
size 60 in by 80 inworth
600 the pairAle pairAleSt 5 00
St Marys wool blankets in red white whitesbe whitesize
size 70 in by 80 in bound single worth worthi
075 5 the pair pairsale
sale saleGrey i 725 725Grey
Grey wool blankets me 64 in by 78 in inrtllt4 inworth
worth the rtllt4 pair pairWhite 400sale 400salethe e 3 50 50White
White wool blankets size M in by 78 inextra in inextra
extra heavy and excellent in quality qualityworth
worth 575 the peir peirsdle
450 450Wool
sdle 49 49Wool
Wool Comforts ComfortsFine
Fine wool filled comforts silkoIine coy covered coyered
ered on both lid sides and knotted size 72 in ins
78 inworth 400 each eachsale
325 325Wool
s sale saleWool e
Wool filled comforts chintz covered coveredplain coveredpiain
plain sateen teen border size 72 in by 78in 78inworth
worth 7 1 1sale
425 425tin
sale each eachSatin
Satin tin covered down filled comforts size
72 in by 78 in worth
8 25
1000 each sale HIeGeIDlJn saleGerman
German robe blank blankei in inslu an extra heavy heavyweight heavyweight
weight suitable for bath robes etc worth wortha
sale 300 each a 0 2 C Csale 50
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ities the hellt prices the lowest lowestyv100
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400 a month monthWestern monthWestern
Western Outfit Co Co21W
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Castle Gate and Aberdeen AberdeenOoaJ AberdeenCoal
Coal 575 the ton Deliv Delivered Delivered
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Western Fuel Co CoCrito1 CoCritelllow
Critelllow Crito1 ow F Fisoher IO er t Kittle KittleCable KittleCable
Cable Address Weaf1loo Weaf1looPADRes WafitcePhones
PADRes 7f9 73 Main Street
The Purity and andCleanliness andBeer
Cleanliness of Beer BeerBeer
Beer Is one of the purest and cleanest food prod produeta MUlUfactured Pur Purity Purity
ity In fact Is the very keynote or the brewing blitat buatnus for the success sQCCeUof
of the brewer lies in keeping out foreign matter at every stage of the theproceIMI theprocess
process else the beer Is polled on his hands baooIn handsIn
In the brewing of FIsher beer even the air Is ste lIteriUsed IIIaed with which the tbeproduct theproduct
product In all Its Proce processes Ha comes In contact Knowing < < these things thingsyou thingsyou
you enjoy your 8 glass of FIsher beer to the fullest extent Here you youbave youhave
have a drink that is appetlxlny refreshing and wholesome OUr trade In InlIIher inFisher
Fisher bottled beer Is con constantly tantly increasing for Its popularity as a ahou ahousehold
hou household ehold beverage is steadily gaining Better have us send you OU a case caseA caseA
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