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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY ITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 15 1909 5
MANUfACTURERS MANUfACTURERSDISCUSS
DISCUSS PlANS PlANSAre
Are Preparing to Occupy New NewQuarters NewQuarters NewQuarters
Quarters in Vermont VermontBuilding VermontBuilding VermontBuilding
Building BuildingEXHIBIT BuildingEXHIBIT BuildingEXHIBIT
EXHIBIT OF RESOURCES RESOURCESAWARDS RESOURCESAWARDS RESOURCESAWARDS
AWARDS MADE TO SUCCESSFUL SUCCESSFULEXHIBITORS SUCCESSFULEXHIBITORS SUCCESSFULEXHIBITORS
EXHIBITORS AT FAIR FAIRPlans FAIRpl FAIRP1as
Plans pl for the occupancy of the Ver Vermont Vermoot Vermoat ¬
mont building were discussed and blue blueribbonawards blueribbonrRwards blueribbon
ribbonawards ribbon awards to successful exhibitors exhibitorsof exhibitorsfJflRflufactures
of manufactures at the recent state fair fairwerqjnade fallwerEiJI1nde fairVerCjinde
werqjnade at a meeting of otthe the board of ofdlreqtors ofdlteqtors oflIretors
dlreqtors of the Utah Manufacturers Manufacturersassociation Manufacturersassociation IanufacturersassOCiation
association held a the Cullen hotel yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon Eleven directors were werepresent werepresent wereIresent
present and the meeting was presided presidedover presidedavcrby
over avcrby by President Pre PreIdentGeorge ldent George S McAllister McAllisterBy
By the time the Vermont building is iscompleted Isotnpleted iscotflpieted
completed the manufacturers will be beready beready beready
ready to occupy their portion of the thetruoture thetruotUre thetruoture
truoture Many applications for space spacehave spacehave spacehave
have been received from manufacturers manufacturersthroughout manufacturersthroughout manufacturersthroughout
throughout the state No dissenting dissentingvoice dissentingvoice dissentingvoice
voice has yet been heard with regard to tothe tothe tothe
the proposition of making the building buildingthe
the permanent headquarters of the theMariufacturers theIan theMafiuIfacturers
Mariufacturers Ian facturers association The direc direcoi
t oi fl think it an ideal place for the ex exhibit exhibit exit ¬
hibit it of Utahs resources resourcesOn r ources ourcesOn
On Thursday night Oct 28 8 a member membership memberhlp membership ¬
ship meeting of the association will be beheld beheld beheld
held In the Chamber of Commerce in inThird InThird inThird
Third South street An invitation to tothis tothis tothb
this meeting is extended to all manu manufaetuiera manufactute manufactuiens
faetuiera and to all interested in steam steamheating steamheating steamOithg
heating and electric and gas heating heatingnttltgWihfr heatingritrlIghtth heatingiifl
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Three short lectures will be given as asf asillows
f iflows J1 w Steam Ste m power representative representativetf
tf I f Sliver Brothers Iron works electric electricpower electricpower electricT
power T ower representative repr etttaUve of Utah Light LightRailway Ilghtnnllway LightIiahiWy
Railway company gas as lighting and andheating andtenUng andI
heating I representative of Utah Gas Gasoka GasCol Gasoke
Col oka company companyBlue companBlue comnyBlue
Blue ribbon awards were made by b the theManufacturers the1niitifncturers
Manufacturers 1 Association A aUon of Utah at atthe atthcCtah atthe
the thcCtah Utah State fair for quality and dis display dlspIa disilny ¬
play pIa as follows followsArt 1ollowsArt followsArt
Art metal and glass work Art Metal MetalChandelier MetalClisnilelier IetalChandelier
Chandelier company artificial limbs limbsFit limbsFit limbsFit
Fit Well Limb company bakery prod products products prodnets1 ¬
ucts nets1 Superior Baking company choco chocolate chocolato chocolate ¬
late products J G McDonald Chocolate Chocolatecompany Chocolateompany Chocolateflflpflfly
company variety v8rllt of candy Murphy MurphyBrothers 1IurphBrothers MurphyBrothers
Brothers Candy company cigars cigarsGeorge cigarsGeorge cigarsGeorge
George A Whitaker cleanser A T TSmith TS1UI TSflith
Smith S1UI h condensed milk Cache Valley
Condensed Milk mk company electric el ctricIlP ctricIlPpUance11 Ap Appliances p ppliances ¬
pliances George R Pyperfelt Pyper felt It roofing roofingBurton rooaxigflurton flng flngBurton
Burton Lumber company c fire fcrickTand l1rebrlcki1ridtile firebrIck fcrickTandtile nd ndtile
tile Utah Fire Clay company fruits fruitsjams truUsJams fruItsjams
jams Jellies Utah Canning company companyflavoring companyl1avorlng conipanyflavoring
flavoring extracts Hewlett Brothers Brotherscompany Brotherscompany Brotherscompany
company furs Mehesy gloves and andmittens andmittens andmittens
mittens Nelson Glove company leather leathernovelties lathe Iimthenovelties lathenovelties
novelties art Mrs Gould B Blakely Blakelyhosiery Blakelyhosiery Blakelyhosiery
hosiery Utahknit yarns Salt Lake LakeKnitting LakeKnitting LakeKnitting
Knitting works knit underwear knit knityarns knityarns knityarns
yarns Salt Lake Knitting works mat mattresses mattressGs mattresses ¬
tresses Salt Lake Mattress company companymaple companymaple companymaple
maple syrup Union Manufacturing ManufacturingPacking ManufacturingPacking ManufacturingPacking
Packing company overalls and duck duckgoods duckgoods duckgoods
goods Z C M I overall factory factorypickles factor factorpickles factorypickles
pickles Mount Pickle company shoes shoesZ
Z C M 3 L shoe factory soap Utah UtahSoap UtaSoap UtahSoap
Soap company shoe oil Lubraolls com company company cornpany ¬
pany stock food Ogden City Stock Stockfood Stockrood Stockfood
food company saddles Thomas Broth Brothers ¬
ers Richmond toilet articles Irvine IrvineChemical IrvineChemical IrvineChemical
Chemical company trunks O R Mere Meredith Meredith Meredith ¬
dith Trunk company wrought Iron Ironwork Ironwork Ironwork
work Crager Wire Iron company companyUtahmade companyUtahmade companyUtahmade
Utahmade pens Held Pen company companyUtahmade companyUtahmade companyUtahmade
Utahmade corset Schwalbach Corset Corsetcompany Corsetcompany Corsetcompany
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Mix onehalf one alf ounce of Concentrated Concentratedpine
pine compound cornp und with two ounces of glycer gcerht giycerand
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tiiake thoroughly each time and use in indoses 1ndoses Indoses
doses of a teaspoonful t6aU > Oonful to a tablespoonful tablespoonfulevery
every ery four hours hoursTills hoursThis hoursThis
This formula is given out by b a noted notedmedical notedmedical notedmedicI
medical authority whose remarkable cures curesare curesare curesare
are well w lI known koownto to the profession Local Localdruggists Localdruglsts Localdruggists
druggists say this mixture will work won wonders wondfrs wondrs ¬
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lung diseases Any drug store can supply
the ingredients ingredientsThe Inredkntsrhe
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choice cream and are particular always alwaysinsist alwaysInsist alwaysinsist
insist upon Madame DeVere Greaseless GreaselessCold
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The Clothier ClothierHAS ClothierHAS ClothierHAS
HAS MOVED MOVEDDirectly
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at the horse show in New York City this season seasonDesigned seasonDesigned seasonq
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us for early showing showingyoull youll see them here 11 ere at atthe attIle atthe
the same time fashion followers are admiring admiringthem admiringthem
them there thereOur thereM
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direct dccttoueIi touch with witheaell each new mood Dame Dal1 Fashion eFashionaffects Fashionaffects Fashionaffects
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A GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the bureau of animal industry left the the51ty thelty thedity
51ty < yesterday estprdu with Charles B Stewart Stewartsecretary Stewartsecretary Stewartsecretary
secretary of the Ftah Wool Growers Growersassociation Growersnssoclatlon Growersassociation
association for Evanston where a alarge aInrEe alarge
large shipment of sheep is waiting trans transportation transportatlon transportation
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the delicious delicate flavor of ofBURNETTS ofBURNETTS
BURNETTS BURNETTSVANILLA BURNETTSVANILLA BURNETTSVANILLA
VANILLA VANILLAThis
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than that known as painful indiges indigestion Indigestion indigostion ¬
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the pain soreness at the pit of the stom stomach stomach atomach ¬
ach often exists and in soms cases the thesoreness th thsoreness thtsoreness
soreness Is permanent The tenderness tendernessis
is commonly common restricted re trlcted to a spot in the themiddle themldllie th thmiddle
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bone which consequently feels sore on onpressure onpressur onpresaur
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commonly associated with an unpleasant unpleasantfeeling unpleasantfeeling unpleasantfeeling
feeling of heat heata a burning sensation sensation1as
as it is termed by some persons There Thereis
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well as various other anomalous sensa sensations sensations sensations ¬
tions complained of after taking food foodand foodand foodand
and generally within an hour after aft > r eat eating eatIng eatIng ¬
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ing or emptiness gives most trouble This Thisoften Thisoften Thisoften
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gravates the sufferings Thirst generally generallycauses generallycauses generallycauses
causes much annoyance heartburn wa waterbrash waterbrash waterbrash ¬
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are not infrequent attendants The tongu tonguIs
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the stomach can often be correctly told
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suffer from stomach pain caused by In Indigestion tndigestion Indigestion ¬
digestion and gastric irritation to use usesuch usesuch usesuch
such drugs as chlorodyne Hoffmans Ano Anodyne Anodyne Anodyne ¬
dyne and other pain killers for its re relief relief relief ¬
lief Such treatment is a great mistake mistakeWhile mistakeWhile mistakeWhile
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lief lie to the dyspeptic pain they have no noeffect noeffect noeffect
effect whatever in removing the cause causeSTUARTS causeST1ARTS causeSTUARTS
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move the cause By completely digest digesting digestIng digestlug ¬
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tion of the stcmachlining and stomach stomachnerves stomachnervts stomachnerves
nerves as the result of the undigested undigestedfood
food lying in that organ and undergoing undergoingfermentation undergoingfermentation undergoingfermentation
fermentation and decomposition Is quick quickly ¬
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rapidly and thoroughly food of every ever kind kindncludlng kindIncluding kindincluding
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drates etc A single grain will disintegrate disinte disintegrate disintegrate ¬
grate and digest 3000 gialns of food foodPurchase foodPurchase foodPurchase
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once price 50 0 ccnts nts and get rid of the thepain thepain thepain
pain discomfort and other disagreeable disagreeablesymptoms disagreeable5mptoms disagreeablesymptoms
symptoms of dyspepsia Also send us usyour usyour IS ISyour
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with over 70000 worth of the finest Oriental gems to be found foundIn
In this rare collection are rugs of every description rare laces beautiful kimonos and slippers and anda
a large assortment of brasses brassesCome brassesCome brassesCome
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MIRe lJl s Sybella Clayton gave a piano re recital recital recital ¬
cital before the student body bod at assem assembly assembl assembly ¬
bly bl Thursday The program Included ma mazurkas mazurkas maZurkas ¬
zurkas and waltzes wa1tz from Chopin Pader Paderewskis Paderewskls Paderewakis
ewskis Polonaise Poion i and selections of Mc ¬
Dowell DowellSchool DowellSchool DowellSchool
School day at the fair was celebrated celebratedby
by the business busin college all students going
in the afternoon Music Instructor Kirk
ham gives special opera lectures this week weekon
on the librettos of Fedora Lucia La LaTraviata LaTraJata LaTraviata
Traviata and Carmel CarmelFriday CarmeiFriday
k kFriday
Friday night occurs the first grand and ball ballof ballof bailof
of the season at Odeon hall These par parties partle parties ¬
ties tle do not interfere with the dancing dancingmatinees dancingmatinees dancingmatinees
matinees held every ever two weeks in the
Lion houfie houfieThe hou 1ioueThe e eThe
The L D S exhibit which took the themodal thegoldmedal thegold
goldmedal gold modal at the AhiakaYukonPaclflc AhiakaYukonPaclflcexposition AlnskaYukonPaclficexposition AlaskaYukonPacificexposition
exposition will be b shipped home from
Seattle In a few days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The midwinter course in the business businesscollege businesoolltge husineseolhge
college starts in November This pew pewdeparture pewdeparture pewdeparture
departure in education is designed for forfarmers forfarmers forfarmers
farmers sons It starts after the th fall fallwork fallwork fallwork
work is over and will b3 discontinued be before before before ¬
fore spring springThe springrhe springThe
The railroads show a preference for forcountrybred forcountrybred forcountrybred
countrybred boys as telegraph operators operatorsSir
Sir Ir Montgomery has been gathering boys boysin
in the outlying districts to take the course coursein coursIn
in telegraphy at the business college collegeThe collegeThe collegeThe
The railroads guarantee to employ every everyman everyman ver verman I
man who finishes the subject subjectTh subjectThe subjectThe
The commercial class has effected a astrong astrong astrong
strong organization with the following followingofficers followingof1cers followingofficers
officers B W V Clayton president J B BSharp BSharp BSharp
Sharp vice ice president u slc1ent Lillian Palmer Palmersecretary Palmrscrf Palmersecretary
secretary scrf > tary Kate Hatch treasurer Ed EdJudd EdJudd EdJudd
Judd yellmastcr Lillian Burnham re reporter relOrtfr rePorter ¬
porter to Gold and Blue The business businessmans businessmans businessmans
mans lecture Ie < turl course is not completed completedbut
but Governor Spry and Samuel Xewhouee Xewhoueehead Newhousehead =
head the list for this year Inr
SOLDIERS COOK OWN OWNRATIONS OWNRATIONS OWNRATIONS
RATIONS ON MARCH MARCHVlth
With lth the return of the Third battalion battalionto
to Fort Douglas from a three days prac practice lraCtice practics ¬
tice march yesterday afternoon the last lastpractice lastpracU lastpractice
practice marches of the year ear were fin finished finl finished ¬
ished l hed by b the soldiers of the Fifteenth In Infantry Infantr infantry ¬
fantry fantr The battalion was in charge of ofMajor ofMajor > f fIajor
Major A S Rowan and marched to near nearWarm nearWarm nearWarm
Warm Springs where they camped camp for forthree forthrfe forthree
three days breaking camp and returning
last night nightAn nightAn nightAn
An innovation was successfully tried triedyesterday trlcy triedyestrday
yesterday y trda morning in handing out ra rarations raw rawrations rawrations >
rations to the soldiers and having them themcook themcook themcook
cook their own meals in the individual individualmess
mess kits l its This included raw raw potatoes potatoesbacon potatoesI potatoesbacon
bacon and bread and the coffee was washanded WIiShandNI washanded
I handed out to all allToday allToday allToday
Today will be payday at the post Pri Private PrlI Private ¬
I vate Fain of I company is in the post posthospital 1O posthospital t thospital
hospital Buffering from a fractured an ankle ankle ankle ¬
kle received In a fall while in Salt Lake Lakelast Lakelast Lakelast
last Sunday
I r T l SOCiETY J JTODA I ITODAYS 1 1l 1 1TODAYS
TODAYS TODA YS EVENTS EVENTSMrs
< b > Mrs Its John YV V Ward will enter enterS entertaIn < S Staln > >
< S > tain with an informal bridge tea teato 0 0to < J Jto >
> to be given this afternoon at her hery herquarters 0 0qU < >
y > quarters qU rtern at Fort Douglas Douglaso
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< > A bridge tea will 11I be beglen given this thisS thisG >
< 4 S > > afternoon at the home h me of Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn 0 0Tohn > >
< > John A Marshall in East South SouthTemple SouthT V VTemple
< Temple T mple street complimentary corripp n to toi toMiss < y yi
< i > > Miss Iss lone Morrison MorrisonMrs < s >
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< > Mrs C W Nibley NibleywiIl will entertain entertainthe < >
3 < > the members of her Sewing club clubt ciubthis lubthis <
< < t > this afternoon at her home in inS inNorth 0 0North < >
< S > > North West Temple streeL streeLb streeLMrs streeLMrs S SS >
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< < S > Mrs T R Black will be the theJ thehostess
< < J > > hostess this afternoon at a Ken Kensingtpn KenS Kensington < >
< S > > singtpn slng on tea the first in a 1 series seriesof <
t of affairs to tobo to given givepat at her home homein i iIn <
4 in South Sixth East st street streetai oJ
4 < > > < ai 4 0 < >
< 3 b > The last of a aeries eries of teas given gloonthis giventhis <
< S > this week by Mrs R W Hill and andS andG i iIrs >
G < S > Mrs Irs C H Harlah Will be the theHenslngton theKensington S SS >
< S > Kensington with which they the will willentertain 0 0entertain < J Jentertain >
< > entertain this afternoon at their theirapartments thelro theirapartments >
o < > apartments in j the Caithness the theo theG < S > >
o < S > guest of honor being Mrs T R ROrem 4 < >
4 < 5 > Orem of Boston Boston9i 4 < >
4 < 5 > > 444 < < j 9i > < > > 0 0o < i iMrs > 4 < <
o < > Mrs R May will be the hostess hostessthis 4 < < S >
4 < S > this afternoon at a tea with which whichshe 4 < 5 >
4 < S > she will entertain the members of 4 < S >
4 < > her Kensington club at her home 4 < >
3 < > > No 910 East Second South S uth street streets 4 < >
4 < s > i 444 > > > < < > > < b > 0 0The <
4 3 > The N Q S club will meet this i
o < J > evening at the home homeofMrs of Mrs J W WKlngsbur 4 < < S > >
4 < > Kingsbury in Fourth avenue 4 < < i it > >
4 < > 444 < t > < 9 > < < S 9 9A > 4 <
4 < S > A ball will be given this evening 4 < < 9 >
4 < 9 > by the Social Circle club in Plo 4
o 3 > neer Stake hall the committee In 4 < i icharge >
o 4 < > charge being Fred Evans Oscar OscarKirk OscarKirk 4 <
4 > > Kirk and Earl Lytting Lyttingj LyttingThe 4
4 < > 444 < j < < 9 > 0 0The <
4 The Daughters of o th Confedera Confederat 4 <
4 < t > cy will iII hold a social meeting this thiseyenlng 4 < >
3 > evening at the home of Mrs 118 < r >
S 4 < > > Schooling 643 Fifth avenue avenueMrs 4 < < >
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Mrs C W V Fifield was the hostess at ata
a delightful tea given at the Country Countrclub
club yesterday csterda afternoon when she en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained with an informal bridge tea tenTables
Tables were charmingly decorated in inautumn Inautumn inautumn
autumn leaves and clusters of o yellou yellouchrysanthemums yeliochrysanthemums ello
chrysanthemums This was the firs firsof firo flrsof
of o a series of teas to be given by Mrs
Fifield FifieldThe FIfieldThe FifieldThe
The Sewing club was entertained yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday at its regular weekly meeting at atthe atthe atthe
the home of Mrs F U Leonard L Onard in inFifth InFifth inFifth
Fifth South street The next meeting meetingof
of the club will be held Thursday Oct
21 at the home of Mrs Ellwood Brown BrownIn
In Ninth avenue
Miss Elinor Stewart was the hostess hostessat
at a delightful tea with which she en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained a number of friends Infor Informally Informally Informally ¬
mally yesterday afternoon at her home homein
in First avenue A color scheme of yel yellow yellow yellow
low was effectively carried out in the thedecorations thed thedecorations
decorations d orations with clusters of yellow yellowdahlias yellowdahlias yellowdahlias
dahlias placed about abo t the rooms Many Manyguests Manyguests Ianyguests
guests were entertained during the aft afternoon afternoon lfternoon ¬
ernoon ernoonThe ernoonI ernoonThe
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The second of a series series of delightful delightfulteas
I teas being given by Mrs C H Harlan Harlanand Harlanand Harlanand
and Mrs R W V Hill in the Caithness Caithnessapartments Caithnessapartments Caithnessapartments
apartments was the 500 party with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which they the entertained yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at their apartments in the Caith Caithness Caithness Caithness ¬
ness The house was beautifully deco decorated deeorated decorated ¬
rated in autumn leaves and red carna carnations carnations carnatioas ¬
tions a bouquet of the blossoms deco decorating decorating decorating ¬
rating each of the small tables Mrs MrsFred lIrsFred MrsFred
Fred Knudson flnd nd Mrs A L Palmer Palmerassfstgfl Palmerassflitll Palmerassit1
assfstgfl the th hostesges l1 stessJS iff ifltJ1eflnJng ifltJ1eflnJngroom th t llinjng L1UnJngroom llinjngroom
room The Tnc rhe prize winners in the card cardgames cardgames cardgames
games were Mrs W V H Weyher and andMiss andZU andMiss
Miss ZU s Anna Tinsman TinsmanA
A pretty prettyluncheon luncheon was that given givenyesterday ghenesterday givenyesterday
yesterday afternoon by Mrs W V J JLynch JLynch JLynch
Lynch at her home in South Fifth East Eaststreet Eaststreet Eaststreet
street when she entertained the mem members members memhers ¬
bers of the Plate club at t its regular regularfortnightly regularfortnightly regularfortnightly II
fortnightly meeting An autumn effect effectwas effectwas effectwas
was carried out in the decorations decorationsquantities decorationsquantities decorationsquantities
quantities of the autumn leaves being beingmassed beln3massed beiii beiiimassed
massed with pretty effect throughout throughoutthe
the rooms Autumn leaves were also alsoused alsoused alsoused
used in marking the places for the theguests theguests theguests
guests In the bridge games which fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed the luncheon prizes were award awarded ¬
ed to Miss Margaret Gibbons and Mrs MrsL MrsL Irs IrsL
L D Peaslee The next meeting of the theclub theclub theclub
club will be held in two weeks at the thehome thehome
home of Mrs Lafayette Hanchett In InThird InThird inThird I
Third avenue
The wedding of Miss Louise Ayland Aylandand
and George E Parkin took place yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day at high noon In the temple the theceremony theceremony theceremony
ceremony being performed by b President PresidentJohn PresidentJohn PresidentJohn
John R Winder In the evening a de delightful delightful delightful ¬
lightful reception to about fifty flit guests guestswas guestswas
was given at the home of the brides bridesparents brldesparents bridesJarents
parents Captain and Mrs William T TAyland TYland TAyland
Ayland in Wellington avenue The re reception reception reception ¬
ception room was beautifully decorated decoratedIn
In autumn leaves combined with red redroses redroses redroses
roses in pretty effect In the dining diningroom dnlngroom dIningroom
room dahlias were used the table cen centerpiece centerpiece ¬
terpiece being a cluster of the blossoms blossomsPink blo blossomsPink soms somsPink
Pink and white carnations were used in inthe inthe inthe
the decorations in the living room The Thebrule Thebride Thebride
bride was attended by b her sister Miss MissLeona MissLlOna MissLeona
Leona Ayland as bridesmaid while whileOwen whileOwen whileOwen
Owen Parkin a brother of the bride bridegroom brillegroom bridegroom ¬
groom acted as best man During the theevening theevening theevening
evening a number of delightful musical musicalselections musicalselections musicalselections
selections were given by a stringed or orchestra orchestra orchestra ¬
chestra stationed in the hall The bride brdewore br bridewore fo fowore
wore a charming gown of white silk silkmade silkmade silkmade
made en train and she carried a shower showerbouquet showerbouquet showerbouquet
bouquet of white bride roses After AfterOct AfterOct AfterOct
Oct 24 4 Mr and Mrs Irs Parkin will be at athome athome athome
home at 160 VIdas avenue avenueMiss avenuelie avenueMiss
lie lieMiss
Miss Elsie Parsons left Wednesday
for a months visit in Nevada NevadaMiss Nevadak NevadaMiss NevadaMiss
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Miss Jennie Millar who was the guest guestfor guesttor guestfor
for a few days of Miss Lucile Clark at atthe atthe atthe
the Bransford apartments left Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday for her home In Plalnsfield N NJ NJ NJ
J En route Miss Millar will visit her hersister hersister hersister
sister in Wisconsin WisconsinDr
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Dr and Mrs Francis Burgette Short Shortwill Shortwill Shortwill
will be at home to friends at the Ivan Ivanhoe Ivanhoe Ivanhoe
hoe apartments after Nov No 1
Mrs W V S McCornick and Miss Gen Genevleve Genevieve Genevieve
evieve McCornick returned Tuesday Tuesdayfrom Tuesdayfrom
from a short visit in New York YorkMrs YorkMrs
1 1Mrs
Mrs R M Burton and sister Mrs J JW JW TW
W Ashton left Thursday for a short shortvisit shortvisit shortvisit
visit in Provo ProvoMrs ProvoMrs ProvoMrs
Mrs OmarHonnoldof Omar Honnold of Elko ElkoNev ElkoNevI New Nevwill Newwill
I will visit here for a few days as the theguest theguest theguest
guest of her sister Miss Grace Wor Worrell Worrell Worrell ¬
rell
Mrs de B Randolph Keim of Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington D C who has been a guest at atthe atthe atthe
the home of her brother H S Owen in inEast InEast inEast
East South Temple street will leave leaveSunday leaveSunday leaveSunday
Sunday for Denver DenverMr Denverole DenverMr
ole oletr
Mr tr and Mrs Milton H Cohn for formerly form formerly ¬
merly m rb of Hastings Neb arrived in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLike
Lake Thursday evening to be the guest guestof
of their parents Mr Ir and Mrs Henry HenryCohn HenryCohn HenryCohn
Cohn for a few days before leaving1 for forSan forSan forSan
San Francisco where they the will make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their future home homeMrs homeIrs homeMrs
Mrs Irs P Salmenson and daughter will willleave willle willleave
leave le ve Sunday for Europe on an extended extendedPleasure extendedpteasure extendedpjeasure
Pleasure trip tripMrs tripMrs tripMrs
Mrs C A Henry of Ogden is visiting visitingrelatives Visitingr visitingrelatives
relatives r in the city cityfor for a few days
CITY BREVITIES BREVITIESGEORGE
GEORGE VAN WAGONEN W Wasatch Waaatchcounty Wasatchcounty Wasatchcounty
county game warden Is rapidly recov recovering recoerlng recoyering ¬
ering from appendicitis at a L D S hos hospital hospital hospitai ¬
pital pitalW pitaiw
W MONT FERRY AND EDNA T
FERRY filed a mortgage deed in thj thjcounty th thcounty thscounty
county recorders office yesterday in
favor of Emma Whiting on parts of oflots oflots oflots
lots 3 and 4 block 57 plat A Salt Lake
City Cit survey surveyBLANCHE surveyBLANCHE surveyBLANCHE
BLANCHE ROE married James Roe in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake July 14 1SOJ and yesterday yesterdayshe
she filed a suit for divorce in the th dis district district district ¬
trict court because James deserted her heron heron heron
on May IS 1908 She says her husband husbandearns husbandearns husbandearns
earns 100 a month but asks for no nopart nopart nopartofit
part partofit partofitBRIG of it itBRIG 1tBRIG
BRIG MADSEN chief deputy warden wardenfor wardenfor ardenfor
for Fred C Chambers fish commis commissioner commlsBloner commissinner ¬
sinner announces announ that it is intended intendedthis
this week to plant about 130rXK trout fry fl flIn
In th the steams of Emery county countyTHE countyTHE countyTHE
THE SALT LAKE SECURITY SECURITYTRUST SECVRITYTRlTST SECURITYTRUST
TRUST COMPANY rued suit In the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district court yesterday against August AugustStocker AugustStocker AugustStocker
Stocker for 3500 Z OO alleged to be du dUtJ as asa aaa asa
a loan made Oct 13 and payaole on de demand demand demend ¬
mand mandTHAT mandTHAT V
THAT THE SALT INDUSTRY of Utah Utahhas Utahbas Utahhas
has attracted eastern men is ahown in ina Ina ina
a letter received yesterday esterda by the stat Btatauditor statauditor stateauditor
auditor from George J Muller chemical chemicalengineer chemicalenginecr chemicalengineer
engineer of Baltimore Md He asked askedthe askedthe askedthe
the number of salt refineries In the thestate thestate thestate
state and other information with a view viewto
to locating here hereJOHN hereJOHN hereJOHN
JOHN L HAYNES a boilermaker of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake filed a petition In bankruptcy in inthe Inthe inthe
the United States district court Thurs Thursday Thursda Thursday ¬
day da His liabilities are placed at JJ43SO JJ43SOand 24SSOand 4880 4880and
and his assets which are worth 100 100consist 100cOnsist 100cOnsist
consist of household hous hold goods and per personal personal personal ¬
sonal property claimed as exempt exemptA
A LETTER was received Thursday by
Postmaster Arthur L Thomas from W WJ V VJ VJ
J Newman of Frankfort Ky asking askingassistance askingall8lstance askingassistance
assistance in finding James B New Newman Newn Newmn ¬
man n and family fa mil who are said to live livein uv uvIn livein
in Salt Lake LakeGOVERNOR LakeGOYERNOR LakeGOVERNOR
GOVERNOR WILLIAM I SPRY and A C CNelson CNelson CNelson
Nelson state superintendent of public publicinstruction publicIn5tructlon publicinstruction
instruction returned yesterday from fromEureka fromEure fromEureta
Eureka Eure ia where they took part in the thadedication thededication thededication
dedication of the new Carnegie library
Superintendent Nelson leaves next week weekto
to attend the county institute to be beheld beheld beheld
held at Vernal VernalV
V YATINEN inspector of the local im immigration Imml immigration ¬
migration ml r tlon office in the government governmentbuilding governmentbuilding governmentbuilding
building returned Thursday from a tour tourof tourof tourof
of Inspection in Wyoming Both Chinese Chineseand Chineseand
and immigration matters were at attended attended attended ¬
tended to toHENRY toHENRY toHENRY
HENRY BARNETT a painter fell from froma
a swinging s > scaffold at the Christian ChristianScience ChristianScience ChristianScience
Science church receiving several severe severecuts ieverecuts reverecuts
cuts on the head headTHE beadrUE headTIlE
THE DENVER RIO GRANDES state statement statement statement ¬
ment for August which was delivered deliveredto
to Col I A Benton yesterday esterda shows showsthat showsthat showsthat
that during August the road broke all allrecords allords allrecords
records ords for the number of Utah pas passengers passengers passengers ¬
sengers carried The traffic over the theentire th thentire theentire
entire system sst m was heavy heav but in Utah Utalithe 1tahthe Utahthe
the passenger trains carried an aver average average average ¬
age of 4015 passengers every day or a atotal atotal atotal
total of 134480 persons personsTHERE personsTHERE personsTHERE
THERE WILL BE a joint session of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two Rebekah lodges next Saturday at atS atS atS
S p in at which time veteran jewels jewelswill jewelswill jewelswill
will be presented pres < nted to Mrs Blackmar and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Boes of Naomi lodge and Mrs MrsFisher MrsFisher lrs lrsFisher
Fisher and Mrs 118 Johnson of Miriam Miriamlodge Miriamladgt Miriamledge
lodge lodgeCONGREGATION ladgtCONGREGATIO ledgeCONGREGATION
CONGREGATION = MONTEFIORE has hasarranged hasarrang hasarraigd
arranged arrang < d for or late Friday Frida evening services servicesduring servicesluring > S Sduring
during the winter season for the bene benefit benefit benefit ¬
fit of its more advanced members and andth3 andth i ith
th3 th young folks The chief features f < will willbe willi willibe willbe
be an English sermon congregational congregationalsinging congregatlonnlsinging congregationalsinging
singing and a childrens choir The sub subject subjeet ¬
ject of tonights discourse dl < ourse at S oclock oclockwill ocIodwill oclociwill
will be An Ancient Story Stor Viewed VI wed in a aNew aNe aNew
New Ne Light Li ht

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