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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY OCT 30 1909 5
BIG PIG GOES TO TOWIFE TOIFE
WIFE IFE SAYS COURT COURTMorton
Morton Wants Larger Hog but butPorker butPorker butPorker
Porker Is Awarded to toSpouse toSpouse toSpouse
Spouse SpouseSEVEN SpouseSEVEN SpouseSEVEN
SEVEN DECREES GRANTED GRANTEDWOES
WOES OF MARRIED MARRI ED PERSONS PERSONSSUBJECT PERSONSSUBJECT PERSONSSUBJECT
SUBJECT OF TESTIMONY TESTIMONYAnother TESTIMONYAnother TESTIMONYAnother
Another list of Cupids mistakes wasnired wasaired was wasaired
aired yesterday at the weekly divorce divorcematinee divorcematinee divorcematinee
matinee when Judge C W Morse Morsegranted Morsegranted I
granted seven divorces divorcesVlrsll divorcesVirgil I
Virgil A Wood ood on July 13 1908 married mar married married ¬
ried Caroline Wood at Sllverton Colo Coloand Goloand
and they came to Salt Lake August
28 she went to Denver for medical medicaltreatment medicaltreatment medicaltreatment
treatment and never came back Wood Woodsays Woodsays Woodsays
says he heard from her in Montana Montanathat Montanathat
that she was with an old sweetheart sweetheartThen sweetheartThen sweetheartThen
Then she went to Prescott Ariz with withthe withthe withthe
the same old friend Wood got a adivorce adivorce adivorce
divorce divorceCaroline divorceCaroline divorceCaroline
Caroline Tremayne married Henry C CTremayne CTremayne CTremayne
Tremayne here on April 3 1905 She Sheavers Sheavers Sheavers
avers nonsupport M 11s a Tremayne got
25 a month alimony and custody of olthe ofthe ofthe
the two children with her decree decreeEtta decreeEtta decreeEtta
Etta Sloan supervisor of the boys boysdepartment boysdepartment boysdepartment
department at the state industrial industrialschool Industrial51hool industrialschool
school told of her marriage to William WilliamF
F Sloan of Corinne Box Elder county countyon
on September 27 7 1892 and of his de desortlon desertion desertion
sertion in Oakland Cal June 22 1906 1906She 1906She 1906he
She he received a decree and custody of oJher ofher ofher
her two children childrenEvallne childrenEvallnfl childrenEvallne
Evallne M Buckley was asked why
her husband hu band refused to support her herHe herI1e herIle
He said I had a sweetheart she sheraid sheaala shesaid
raid raidDid
Did you have any an she was asked askedNot askedNot askedNot
Not that I know of said Evallne Evallneand
and then went on to tell how her husband hus husband husband ¬
band Andrew J Buckley told her that thaihe thathe thathe
he loaned his money to friends to spend spendfor spendtor spendfor
for liquor at the place where he was wastending wastending wastending
tending bar The end came she said saidwhen saidwhfn saidwhen
when she purposely broke a bottle of ofgood ofgood ofgood
good whisky The he husband left She Sheia Shewa SheWas
ia < awarded a decree custody of o her heii berthild herrl
rl i Mid ild two years old and 80 a month monthaimony monthimon monthalimony
alimony aimonyIsabelle alimonyIsabelle imon imonIsabelle
Isabelle Schurtz of 146 West Firth FittliSouth FirthSouth FifthSouth
South street said Id her husband had hadfailed hadfailed hadfailed
failed to provide for her since March
1906 but Mrs Eliza A Worthing who whoJ whoJas whoLas
J Las as known Mrs Schurtz for or twenty twentyseven twentySfven twentyseven
seven years ears said Mrs Irs Schurtz had been beensupporting beensupporting beensupporting
supporting herself her elt for the last fifteen fifteenor
or twenty years Mrs Schurtz mar married married married ¬
ried Peter Schurtz at Hlllsdale Utah UtahOctober UtahOctober UtahOctober
October 2 1879 The husband is now nowIn nowIn no noin w
In Waaatch county The divorce was wasgranted wasgranted wasgranted
granted and the marriage of thirty thirtysears thlrt thlrtEars thirtyears
Ears > ago annulled annulledBerlin annulledErlln annulledBerlin
Berlin K Wallace was given a dl dlorce dlorce diorce
> > orce from William H Wallace allace whom whomlu
lu I h married here on October 3 1896 1896s 1896tie
s tie ie e received UO 30 a month alimony alimonythough alimonythough alimonythough
though Wallace allace said he didnt see how howhE ho hohe w
1 hE e could pay It ItCecelia Itcella itPecelia
Cecelia cella Christiansen was married on onpril onApril o otprll n
April pril 10 1S93 to Ernest C Christensen
In alt i Lake He is a machinist Her Herson Herson Heson r
son and a sister supported her Judge JudgeMorse JudgelorS8 e
Morse granted nted the divorceDaniel divorce divorceDaniel divorceDaniel
Daniel H Morton was again haled haledInto haledInto hat haledinto
Into court on an order to show why whye
e should not be punished for or no nodividing not nodividing
dividing evenly with his wife Emma Emmaon
on the property at Murray Murra It was wasthe wasthe wathe s
the one humorous bit of evidence evidencetnough evidencethough evidencethough
though serious enough for or the princilalsduring prlncl prlnclatsdurlng
atsdurlng 1 als during the divorce matinee Thrnurt Th Thtrturt Theourt e
trturt allowed Morton to keep a sae saedoor sash saslitluor sashdoor h
door He got one of the two pigs pigsiree pigstlree pigsthree
three iree chickens and a stone hammer hammerill
ill U of which the wife was after There Therewere Therewere S Swere
were two little piss pl s not accounted foat for foiat forat r
at the last session when Morton was wasIn wasIn waIn s rs
In When hen it came to dividing these theseJurlpe theseJudge theseJudge
Judge Morse asked Daniel which he hewould hewould h hvould e
would give to his wife wifeShe wlteShe wifeShe
She can have the smaller one said saidDaniel saidDaniel
Daniel generously
In view of o that suggestion salJudge said saidJudge saidJudge d
Judge Norse I will award the largepig larger largerpig Jargerpig r
pig to Mrs Morton You may keep the thesmaller thesroaUer th thsmaller e re
smaller one Mr Ir Morton
Last Tooele Excursion ExcursionSunday ExcurSionunda ExcursionSunday
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Short Line Oct 31 Round trip 108 108hoice 100I
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purchases will be entered on your Nov account Sale begins 8 830 30 a m sharp sharpOstrich sharpOstrich sharpOstrich
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Genuine African Ostrich Plumes PlumesSalt PlumesSalt PlumesSalt
Salt Lake Has Ever Known KnownHundreds KnownHundreds KnownHundreds
Hundreds of finest quality ua at strong strop fibered ere plumes umes from fromfhe fromthe r re
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of sizes from the 325 9inch plumes to the elegant 24inch willow plumes Every Everyone
one perfect perfectnot not shoddy weak feathers that are affected by rain or dampness dampnessbut dampnessbutselected but butselected
selected from the best of African plumage Buy your plumes for y years ears to come comenever comenever
never has such an opportunity been offered Salt Lakers Lakersand and perhaps never again againit againit
it > is < s another merchandising triumph for Walkers WalkersPrices WalkersPrices
Prices are phenomenal in reduction reductionread read ad every aver item itemcome come
Handsome Ostrich Plumes PlumesBlack
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500 values sale saleBlack saleBlack 325 325Black
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To Chicago and Return ReturnNov ReturnNo ReturnNov
Nov No 16 and 17 via Oregon Short Line Linefor Linefor Linefor
for UNITED STATES LAND AND IRRIGATION IR IRRIGATION IRRIGATION
RIGATION EXPOSITION Nov 20 to
Dec 4 and INTERNATIONAL LIVE ¬
STOCK EXPOSITION Nov No 27 to De
15 Limit Dec 15 City Ticket Office
201 Main street streetA
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room finds a good tenant
BAD CIRCULATION CIRCULATIONCAUSES
CAUSES PILES EXTERNAL EXTERNALTREATMENT EXTERNALTREATMENT EXTERNALTREATMENT
TREATMENT WONT ONJT CURE THEM THEMFree THEMFree THEMFree
Free circulation of blood in the lowei loweibowel loweIbowel lowerbowel
bowel will cure any case of piles Piles Pilesmay Pilesmay Pliesmay
may be due to constipation or any of ofa ofa ofa
a dozen other causes Dr Leonhardts LeonhardtsHemHold LeonhardtRHemRold LeonhardtsHemRoad
HemHold the only Internal tablet rem remedy remedy remedy ¬
edy for piles opens a free circulation circulationIn
In the bowel and cures the cause
24 days treatment Is sold for Jl 1 at atP atF atF
F C Schramms 80 South Main st stSalt stSatt atSalt
Salt Lake City Cltyand and Is guaranteed fully fUll fUllDr
Dr Leonhardt Co Station B Buffalo BuffaloN
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Beautiful Willow Plumes PlumesThe
The choicest imported African willow plumes plumesof
of rare beauty and quality qualityBlack qualityBlack qualityBlack
Black willow plumes 1000 values valuessale valuessale 1 1sale
sale saleBlack saleBlack 700 700Black
Black willow plumes 2800 valuessale values
sale saleBlack JLO JLOBlack 1 y 8 0 0sale 00 00Black
Black white and colored willow willowplumes willowplumes willowlumes
P plumes lumes 1500 values sale saleBlack 8 75 75Black
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Black white and colored willow willowplumes
plumes Y 1800 values sale saleBlack 2uUU 2uUUBlack 1 y yplumes O 00 00Black
Black white and colored willow willowplumes villowpltunes willowplumes
plumes 2000 values sale saleBlack saleBlack 1300 1300Black
Black white and colored willow willowplumes willowlunies
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Salt Lake Theatre Theatre3IATiEE
MATINEE TODAY TODAYTONIGIIT TODAYTONIGIITLAST TOXIGHT TOXIGHTLAST
LAST TIME TIMELast TDIELalit TIMELast
Last Two Performances PerformancesA
A GENTLEMAN GENTLEMANFnOM
FROM FnOMMISSISSIPPI FROllMISSISSIPPI FROMMISSISSIPPI
MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPIA
A Comedy of Washington Life LifePRICES LifePRICESBenngs LifePRICESEvenings
PRICESBenngs PRICES Evenings COc to 150 150Mntlnees l 150Matinees O OUntlnees
Matinees 2Sc to SlOO SlOONext 1100Next 100Next
Next Attraction AttractionMon Attractionllon
Mon Tues and Wed and Wed Mat MatReturn lUstReturn MatReturn
Return of Last Years Biggest Hit HitTHE HitTHE HitTHE
THE THEMAN THEMAN THEOF
MAN MANHOUR MANHOURTHE 7NE OF OF7NE HOUR HOURTHE
THE PLAY THAT HAS MADE ALL ALLf
f AMERICA TALK TALKPricesEve TALKPrlc TALKPricesEve
I PricesEve Prlc sEe 50c 50 to JlSO 150 Mat 25c to Jl JlSeats 1 1Seats 1Seats I
Seats now on sale saleCOLONIAL saleCOLONIAL saleCOLONIAL
COLONIAL COLONIALLast
Last Two Performances PerformancesKnight lerformaneesA Ierformanceea
A Knight for a Day DayWith a aWith
With Uh Edward Hume 1111 me and Grace GraceDo Graceflu
Do D 31 Mar 3arIatlnee MarMatinee nr nrMatinee
Matinee Today 215 i15 p mTonight m mTonight mTonight
Tonight SilS p m mNext mNext mNext
Next Week The Sunny Side of ofBroadtvny ofDrondwDY ofBroadway
Broadway BroadtvnySINGER DrondwDYSINGER BroadwaySINGER
SINGER SINGERSewing
Sewing Machines MachinesThe s sbe
The Ideal family ewing machines Do more morea
kinds ot sewing than any other make do It easier ua1erquicker easierquicker
quicker and betterand last Uletime a We carry carrya
a complete C mpeto stock a aa well M repairs for erery ereryemetgenoj tTeryemergenc eTeryemergency
emergency Call Cauandsee and teethe see the new Singer titugermodeis titugermodeis11u model modelton modeaEI
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ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE VATJDKVILLBMATINEE VAUDEVILLEMATINEE VAUDEVILLEMATINEE
MATINEE TODAY 215 215EVEUY 215EVERY 215EVERY
EVERY EVENING SillS 8ll5At SillSAt ti tiAt
At the Country Club ClubMaxims ClubMaxlms ClubMaxims
Maxims Models The Arlington Four FourGardner FourGardner FourGardner
Gardner and Revere ReverePatsy ReverePatsy ReverePatsy
Patsy Doyle Sig Luciano Lucca LuoeaNevins LuccaKevins LuccaNe1ns
Kevins and Erwood ErwoodThe ErwoodThe ErwoodThe
The Kinodrome Orpheum Orchestra OrchestraMatinee OrchestraMatinee OrchestraMatinee
Matinee prices prlcee1c Uc 26c He HeNight 1iIIcNight tiBcNight
Night pricesBe SOc i c We WeBUNGALOW TicBUNGALOW lieBUNG
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PANTAGES PANTAGESUptodate
Uptodate Vaudeville VaudevilleStarting VaudeYllleStarting VaudevilleStarting
Starting Thursday Evening Oct 28 28Matinee 28Matinee 28Matinee
Matinee Daily 216 216Leon 21fLeon 216Leon
Leon Morris Co CoIncluding CoIncluding a aIncluding
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La Belle Helene and Her Greyhounds GreyhoundsArthur GreyhoundsArthurDon GreyhoundsArthurDon
Arthur ArthurDon Don A t Thompson TJJolDplol1May TJJolDplol1MayRive May MayRtvel MayRivel
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Lacy LacySampson Sampson < Douglas DouglasMabelle DouglasMabelleHedges Mabelle MabelleHedges
Hedges Wrestling Ponies PonleBMotion Ponies1IoOon PoniesMotion
Motion Pictures Pi tures Bungalow Orchestra OrchestraLa
La Late Helene HeleneIllustrated lIeJeneIllustrated HeleneIllustrated
Illustrated Song SonsEvening SongEvening SongEvening
Evening PrlcelOc Prices lOc 20c 30c 60c 60cMatlneea bOcMatinees Oc OcHBtlnees
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15he CHARLTON CHARLTONSHOP CHARLTONSHOP CHARLTONSHOP
SHOP SHOPWomena SHOPWomenJ SHOPWomen
Women Outfitters ExclusivelyEXCLUSIVE Exclusively ExclusivelyEXCLUSIVE ExclusivelyEXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor
Tailor Made Suits SuitsCoats SuitsCoats SuitsCoats
Coats Gowns GownsEvening GownsEvening GownsEvening
Evening Wraps Wrapsat
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122 So Main Salt lake
SNOW S IS DRIVING SHEEP SHEEPOUT SHEEPOUT
OUT OF THE MFlockmasters MOUNTAINS MOUNTAINSFlockmasters
Flockmasters Malvin Making Haste to Get GeiTheir GetTheir GetTheir
Their Flocks Down Before BeforeWinter BeforeWinter Beforeinter
Winter inter Arrives ArrivesSnow llrrivesSnow ArrivesSnow
Snow in the mountains some places afoot a afoot afoot
foot In depth is driving the last of the thesheep thesheep thesheep
sheep from the summer ranges The firstfall first firsfall firstfall
fall dt the season struck the mountalrranges mountain mountainranges mountainranges
ranges Wednesday as a result of the drop dropIn drorIn
In temperature occasioned by the great grealstorm greatstorm greatstorm
storm now passing over the Rockies to the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north and floekmasters are taking the thetrail thetrail thetrail
trail in n anxious haste hasteThe hasteThe hasteThe
The splendid October weather had le lemany Iemany led ledmany <
many to hold their flocks on the rich summer sum summer Bummer
mer ranges longer than usual and as a aresult aresult aresult
result a final general exodus is s taking takingplace takingplace takingplace
place For two weeks the dust has never neversettled neversettled neversettled
settled along the long trails where nearly nearlythree nearlythree nearlythree
three millions of sheep have passed en enroute enroute enroute
route to the desert From the ranges rangesdirectly rangesdirectly rangesirectly
directly d east and northeast of Salt Lake Lakeextending Lakeextending Lakeextending
extending as far as Wyoming and the theUintah theUlntah theLintah
Uintah reservatlcn the sheep men have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been pushing their flocks down Emigra Emigration ¬
tion t canyon and around the southern ex extremity extremity extremity ¬
tremity of the city along Twelfth Southstreet South Southstreet Southstreet
street At the office of o the sheep comnusefaners com commissioners comllssloners ¬
missioners yesterday it was stated that no neless nolees noless
less than half a million sheep had passed passeialong passedalong passedalong
along Twelfth South street In the pastmonth pas pasmonth past pastmonth
month Farther nbrth in n the Monte Cristo Cristeranges Cristoranges Cristoranges
ranges the trails lead to the northwest northwestaround northwestaround northwestaround
around the northern end of Great Sal Sallake Saltlake Salt Saltlake
lake and thence to the desert desertAll desertAll desertAll
All but about 20000 sheep have left the themountains themountains themountains
mountains Most of these thc are still on orthe onthe onthe
the ranges to the northeast Reports re received received received
ceived by the state wool growers associa assoclation association association
tion yesterday were to the effect that the thtremaining theremaining theremaining
remaining flocks had been caught In the thtsnow theanCw theanew
snow and wauld have to be pushed out o othe ot ofthe otthe
the mountains with great haste If nc nclosses 110losscs nolosses
losses were to result
NEED MORE MOREFLAG flAG MONEY MONEYUnless
Unless Additional Contributions Ar ArMade Are AreMade ArMade < e
Made the Committee Will WillLose WillLose WillLose
Lose Advance AdvanceOnly
Only 33450 has been received in sub subscription subscription subscrlption
scription by the Living Flag commit committee
tee which arranged for the erection o othe of ofthe othe f
the living flag at Brigham and B streets streetsduring streetsduring streetduring s
during the visit of President Taft Taftstatement A Astatement A Astatement
statement to this effect was compiled compilecyesterday compiledyesterday compileyesterday
yesterday by John S Welch The coatmittee com commlttee committee
mittee spent 73700 for the lumber in the thtplatform theplatform e
platform and incidentals leaving a bal balance balance batante
ance of 30310 310 still to be paid Unlessthis Unlessthis Unless Unlessthis
this money comes in by public subscrip subscription
bon the three members of the committwill commute commuteHill
Hill ill lose this amount amountWe amountYe amountWe
We will be open at all times to recalve re rec recelve
c calve Ive money said Professor Welch yes yesterday y yesterdaY s sterday
terday The subscriptions have not beetcoming beet beencoming n
coming in nearly as fast as we thought thoughthey thoughtthey thoughtthey
they would but we still have hope that thathe thatthe t
the public will take the load from us
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSSALT AMUS MENTS MENTSSALT
SALT LAKE THEATRE THEATREA
A genuinely lovable persosn is as rarel rarelnet rarebnet >
net with on the stage as In real life buour bu buour butour t
our acquaintance with Senator Williarr WilliarrH
H Langdon I made this week oole In A Gentieman Gen Gentlt GcntIpman
tIpman tlt nian From Mississippi at the Sal SalLake SaltLake SalLake t
Lake theatre is in n assurance that there thereare threare tierare
are left in the dramatic world as there thereare thereare e
are in the real world just such dear d dt de delightful delI e ¬
lightful lI httul people as the fat planter from fromMississippi fromMlul8Slppl fre t n
Mississippi elected to the United Statesenate State Statessenate Statesenate s
senate so as to be an easy mark Ht Htwas Hewas H Hwas e
was and he wasnt and his mixing with withWashington withVAshlngton wit1Vashington h
Washington ponucal life and getting the theworst theworsl th r
worst and the best of it Is the frame framework framework framework ¬
work upon which Harrison Rhodes ana anaThomas andfhomlls an d
Thomas A Vise have built an ezcellencomedy excellent excellentcomedy excellentcomedy t
comedy The engagement in this tit titwill city citywill citywill Y
will close with this evenings perform performance ¬
ance a matinee being given today at J15 J15THE 15 15THE 15THE
1
THE MAN OF THE HOUR HOURThe HOURThe HOURThe
The Man of the Hour which cre ereated created created ¬
ated a stir in Salt Lake on the oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion of its former visits will be beseen beseen b e
seen at the Salt Lake theatre next nextweek nextweek nexweek
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week It is probably the most wlcjelj wlcjeljknown wl4elylenown wiQelknown
known play pIa in America It grips am amkeeps and andkeeps ankeeps d
keeps hold It is sound and wholesome wholesomewith wholesomewith wholesomwith e
with flesh and blood characters deal dealIng dealIng dealing
Ing with vital conditions In a virilmanner virile virilemanner lr11emanner e
manner It contains more heartjlaughs hearty heartylaughs heartlaughs Y
laughs than many a farce and Its love loveinterest loveInterest lowinterest e
interest is quite charming The plais play playis Y
is not melodrama nor is it written writtenaround writtenaround writtearound n
around the legs of a female chorus choruaIts chorusIts chorusIts
Its tremendous vogue is clearly signifi significant signifIcant 1 1cant
cant of an appeal to all manner o omen ol olmen ofmen f
men and women There is a phrase B
on e
remarkable interest it has stirred up upwherever upwherever u uwherever p
wherever it plays playsA A Play About AboutSomething1 AboutSomething AbouSomething t
Something SomethingThe
The election returns locally and from fromall fromall fronall m
all the principal cities of the countrwill country countrywill countryw11l y
will be read between each act and aft after after after ¬
er the close of the performance Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day night nightCHANGED nightCHANGED nightCHANGED
CHANGED HIS TUNE TUNECharles TUNECharles TUNECharles
Charles R Bacon for many years yearsmanager 3earsmanager yearmanager s
manager of o the Bostonians Is in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SalLake t
Lake City arranging for the appearance appearanceere S Stere
Ier ere next week of Chauncey Olcott at attin atti a athr t
tin ti Salt Lake theatre Like all press pressagents pressagfnts presagents s
agents Mr Bacon has a fine story stor to totell totell t ttell o
tell of the heroic exploit of his star starThis starThis starThis
This one about Mr Olcott he swears swearsis swearis s
is trueThe true trueThe truEThe
The company was playing St Paul Paulfew a afew afew
few weeks ago and Mr Olcott and a afriend afriend I Ifriend
friend went out one afternoon for an anautomobile anautomobile a aautomobile n
automobile ride They The stopped fo folunch for forlunch forlunch r
lunch at a small hotel and while they theywere theywere the thewere v rv
were eating they heard a disturbanc disturbancback disturbanceback <
back in the barn Mr Olcott rushed rushedout rushedout rusheout d
out and found three Germans attack attack1ng
Ing one Irishman He thought of ofscheme a ascheme ascheme
scheme He started to sing My Wild WildIrish d
Irish Rose The song only made them the m
fight harder He gritted his teeth and an d
began Die Wacht aelIt Am Rhein Th Tho ThoHermans
Germans paused for a moment the theturned then n
turned and fled fledThe fledThe fledThe
The Irishman started after Mr Ol Olott 01eott Olcott
ott who barely saved his life b bthrowing by Y
throwing a brake on Die Wacht Am A
Rhein and singing Hurrah for the th
Irish as ho ranCOLONIAL ran ranCOLONIAL ranCOLONIAl
COLONIAL THEATRE THEATREThe
The last two performances of that very veryKipular verypopular ve vepopular ry
popular musical comedy A Knight for fori fo foa r
a i Day will be > given today There will willDC willbt witbe 1
bt DC a matinee at 21i 2 M and another per
foimance this evening at 815What 815 815What 815Vhat
What promises to be one of the best bestittractlons bestattractions bestattractions
attractions to visit cur city this seasonwill season seasonwill seasollWII
will b be that nifty song show The bun iunirty bunnay un unnrty
nay Side of Broadway roadWH which will appear ap apwar aJIp
war p ar at the Colonial all next week head headd headed headed
ed d by b that clever comedian Max Bloom Bloomflth Bloomlth Bloomwith
with lth an allstar supporting supp < > rtlng company comJan of ofinnclpuls ofprincipals a aprincipals
principals and the youngest bevy bw of shopgirls show showjirls showgirls v
girls that have ever played this city
Manage Boyle Woolfolk ololk has spent spentsmall a aiinall asmall
small fortune in mounting the production productionind productioand n
and dressing the p ixrformers ixrformersBUNGALOW 11lrformersBUNGALOW rformersBUNGALOW
BUNGALOW THEATRE THEATREAnother THEATREAnother THEATREAnother
Another capacity y audience greeted th thacts the theicts theacts e
acts at the Bungalow theatre last even exenng evening
Ing ng La Loie Hel Helene ne in her Dance of o f
Death in which she uses a live snake slakeIs shakis e
Is 8 something novel Her movements ar argraceful are arejraceful arcgra e
graceful gra ful and her dancing dancln different from fro frothat rom romthat m
that of the usual pantomime dancer She Shes Sh ShIs e
Is s a distinct hit The bill which has five fiveither fiveother fivother e
other acts runs until Wednesday Ve < lnesdlY even evenng
Ing ng with a matinee daily dall at 215 pORPHEUM p m mORPHEUM IIIORPHEUM
ORPHEUM THEATRE THEATREAt
At the Country Club and the remain remalnng remainIng remaining
Ing ng acts on ths weeks Orpheum bill have havevon haveon hawon e
von on much favor during the week This Thisill Th1 Th1bill s
bill > ill will go this afternoon and evening eveningor ovenin oveninfor g
for or the last time here Circumstantial CircumstantialJvldence CircumstantialEvidence CircumstantiEvidence al
Evidence a dramatic playlet by Harri Harriwa HarrlSOil Harrison
wa Armstrong Is the headliner of next nextreeks nextweecs nez nezweeks t
reeks bill which opens tomorrow cven evening cvenng cvenIng
Ing ng
CHAUNCEY OLCOTT COMING COMINGC
C R Bacon a veteran theatrical theatricalnan l
man Is in Salt Lake ahead of Chauncey Chaun Chauney Chauncey
cey ey Olcott who will appear at the Salt Saltake SaltLake SalLake t
Lake theatre the latter part of next nextveek nextweek flex flexweek t
week
SOCIETY SOCIETYTODAYS J JTODA
TODAYS TODA YS EVENTS EVENTSMrs
Mrs L C Robinson will entertain entertainthis
this afternoon with a bridge tea the thefirst thefirst
4 + first of a a series to be given Iven at her herhome i
4 home in Second avenue a avenueThe enue
The second In a series of bridge bridgettas bridget4as
4 teas given by Mrs Fred Rlelnschmidt Klein K1einSchmidt
4 + schmidt will be that with which she shei shewill i
4 will entertain this afternoon at her herIP herhomo herhome
i IP home in Third S avenue avenueA
4 A dinner party will be given thisevening this thisevening thisevening
+ evening at Fort Douglas by Captain Captainand
4 and Mrs Byron Conrad compliment complimentf
+ f ary to Major and Mrs William Pur Pur1are Purvlare
4 vianse who leave next week for the thePhilippines thePhilippines
+ 4 Philippines Philippinesairs
+
+ Mrs A H Warren will be the hos hostess hostess
4 tess this evening evenlngata at a Halloween Halloweenlark I
4 lark to be given at her home In n Qstreet Q
4 f street streetA
4 a
+ 4 A luncheon to be given for Miss MissVedl bitesVedi
+ 4 Vedi Beebe will be that with which which1IIss whichAilss
+ Miss Frances Fran s McChrystal will enter enterf entertaln entertwin
+ + f twin today todayMrs todayAirs
4 +
+ Mrs Karl Scheid will be the hostess hostesst hostessthis
4 this evening at a childrens Hallow Halloween +
4 t een party to be given at her home In InEast inEast +
4 East South Temple street for her herniece herniece +
+ + niece little IIttleMlss Miss Ilss Adelaide Adelaide Woodruff Woodruffi WoodruffThe +
The home of D N Straup will be bethe bethe
< the scene of a childrens party to begiven be begiven begiven
i
given this evening by little Cordelia Cordelia5traup CordellaStroup i
4 Straup and little Helen Carthev CartheyA
4 +
4 + A number of the members of theCountry the theCQuntry +
4 Cquntry club will spend the th > evening eveningat
+ at the club an informal dinner being
4 followed by dancing and bridge dur
+ 4 Ing the evening evening
+ s sThe
4 The annual Halloween party givenby given givenby Idvenby
1 by the students of Rowland hall will willbe willbe
be held this evening atvthe at the hall In 4 i
4 + First avenue avenueMrs avenueMrs + j
+ +
+ 4 Mrs w D Gaby and Mrs P A ADix
4 Dlx will entertain at a breakfast tobe to tobe tobe t
be given today at the home of o Mrs MrsiDix MrsDix MrsDix
I iDix Dix in Second avenue in honor ofMrs of ofMrs otMrs +
Mrs H S Winans of Denver DenveOne DenverS + +
4 4f S 4
+ f One of the days dysnfflrs affairs will be the thetea thetea
+ tea to be given this afternoon by
+ Miss Ethel Mudgett the compll compllmented
4 + mented guests being a number of of4young ofyoung ofyoung
4young + young girls who are spending the thewinter thewinter
4 + winter In Salt SaltLake SaltLakeMrs Lake LakeMrs
4 +
+ Mrs B F Barney will be the hos hoetees
+ tess at a Halloween party to be begiven begiven t
4 given this evening
4 +
4 A Halloween party will be given giventhis giventhis giventhis +
1 < this evening at the home of Miss
Etta Gundry in North Second Weststreet West Westftreet
4 + street the hostesses being Miss Ma 1
+ 4 + bel Spencer and Miss Gundry GundryThe
4 +
+ The members of the T O N O Oclub 0club
+ club will be entertained this eveningwith evening eveningwith eveningwith
+ + with a Halloween party to be given givenat
+ at the home of Miss Luclle Hatch i
+ + In North First West street streetMiss
4 Miss Wlllnrd will open her studio
4 1 to friends this afternoon at her home
4 In East First South street street1IIss t
+ 4
4 + Miss Taunto Petro will entertain
4 + this evening with a Halloween party
+ at her home in Second West street streetThe streetThe
+
4 + + Theenjoy The members of the Y M 1 C A Awill Awill Awill
+ will enjoy a Halloween party art this thisevening thisevening
+ evening at the Y M 1 C A rooms roomsThe rooms
+ 4 The Electa E cta chapter of the O E S Si i
i I U D will give an enjoyable Hal
loween party this evening the affair + 4
4 to take place at Gordon academy academyt H +
+ MMH t t t t t I t M t t Ml t t t M t MM t t t t H t t tA MMH MMHA + + + +
A charming tea given at Fort Douglas Douglaijesterday as
yesterday afternoon was that with lth which
Mrs Irs Ireguests Walter Scott entertained about thirty thlrtiguests y
guests In nonor of Mrs William Purvl PurvlalCie Purvlanle Purvlonce
alCie once A pretty arrangement of red am and d
yellow dahlias was used in the parlors parlorswhile parlorswhile
while the dining room was bright wJtlclusters wJtl wJthclusters h
clusters of the yellow chrysanthemums chrysanth mums
A vase of the blossoms formed the cen
terpiece on tie dining table which was waipresided a
presided over by Mrs Edwin Butcher am and d ad
Mrs Irs Hugh Walthall assisted by Mrs
SfL10 Guy Bucker 6 Throughout the rooms th the e <
brighttinted brlght tinted autumn leaves were use used d
with pretty effect During the afternoon df
5 a f stringed FLlfed orchestra rendered a number o of f
delightful musical selections selectionsFriday selectionsFriday
5k A e eFriday
Friday evening Majorand Major and Mrs Punl ¬
anca were the honored guests at an in ¬
formal dinner party given by Lieutenant Lieutenaniand
and Mrs Edwin Butcher covers being
laid for the guests of honor and Major
Andrew Rowan RowanA
T > y k
A beautiful affair was the luncheon luncheorgiven luncheongiven
given yesterday by Mrs Charles Gillette
at the University club A basket of pink
Chetney roses graced the center of th the <
luncheon table where dainty dalnt monogramec
cards marked the places for Mrs F E
McGurrin Mrs Adolph Baer Mrs Geor George
Moore Mrs W V Vf V Armstrong Mrs T R
Woodbridge Mrs Willis Uline Mrs
George H Smith Mrs lr5 Rachel Miller
Miss Marjorie Miller 11 111 er Mrs Richard A
Keyes and Mrs David Gray
A five hundred party was as given yester ¬
day afternoon by Mrs John C Cutler jr
at her home in B street Halloween sug ¬
gestions were carried out in the decora ¬
tions throughout the house the reception
hall being effectively decorated in pump ¬
kin vines and Jackolanterns while au ¬
tumn leaves were combined with cosmos
In the dining room decorations A Jardl Jardliler
nler iler 5f of Pnk pink and white cosmos decorated
the dining table and the refreshments
were carried out In the Halloween effect
Mrs Cutler was assisted by Miss Virginia
Shannon Miss Daphne Bateman Mia
Mabel Lambourne and Miss Jennie Ottln
fer gar The card prizes were awarded to
Mrs John C Cutler Mrs W T Edwards s
and Mrs Joseph J Daynes DaynesA
A pretty childrens children party k given last 1 1Marren
night was that with which Mrs 1HireenA A Ht H
Warren entertained at her home In Q QAl
street In honor of her daughter Miss
Anna Al a Warren A color scheme ofyellow of yellow
and black was carried out in the decora ¬
tions black figures of witches and cats
being effectively combined with Jacko
lanterns throughout the rooms Dancing
i and Halloween
games followed a supper
I where covers were laid for sixteen guests
Mrs Warren was assisted in serving serving by I
Miss 5Mf5ielk Helen HMchett Hanchett Miss MI g Fannie Fo
ter Miss Dorothy Latchfield and Miss
Eleanor Warren VarrenOne
55 sk fe feOne t tOne
One of the largest affairs
largest affairs of yesterday
was the dancing party at the Ladles Ladles Lit Lit
gravy club house about two hundred hundredguests
guests piests being entertained with the mem
Bers of the Frimfrazz club as hostesses
The hall was charmingly decorated in a
color scheme of yellow pumpkin Jacko
lanterns and other Halloween decorations decorationsjanying decorationscarrying
carrying out the effect In the reception
hall a large bowl of yellow chrysanthe chrysanthemums ¬
mums graced the center of the long table
where punch was served by several young
girls The Nettleton orchestra played dur durng
Ins ng the evening Among the hostesses
were ere Mrs J Fred Daynes Mrs F H
Lund Mrs Walter Valt Wallace Mrs Gus An
derson Miss Vera Felt Mrs Irs Will Folland
Mrs Frank Bagley and Mrs Irs Isaac Bar ¬
ton on I
The members of of the the Plate Plate club were en enertained
ertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs
Lafayette Hanchett at her home In Third Thirdivenue Thirdavenue
avenue Autumn fruits and jackolan jackolanerns
terns erns decorated the luncheon table and
the he places for eighteen guests were werenarked weremarked
marked with cards In the pumpkin de deign design design ¬
sign ign In the bridge games that followed
the luncheon the plate prize was won by
Airs Vl Irs uS S H Treloar fJoar The next meeting
of f the club will be held Thursday Noat Nov No
11 at the eTrhomeof home of a Mrs ° c Nelson In n
Eleventh East street streetMiss streetMiss
Miss Vedi Beebe was the complimented complimentedHiest
guest at a charming tea given yesterday yesterdayifternoon
afternoon by Miss Retta Young at her herlorn
horn lorn I in First avenue A pretty arrange arrangenent arrangement arrangement
ment of the autumn flowers was used in
the decorations d About forty guests en enoyed
joyed the affair In the guessing games gamesvhlch gameswhich gameswitch
which were i l feature of the afternoon afternoonirizes afternoonprizes
prizes were ere won by Miss Rachel Smith Smithind Smithand
and bliss Rhea Miner Those assisting the thelostess
hostess in serving were Mrs Joseph How Howell
ell II Mrs Walter Poulton and Mrs S
Snow inowA
It ItA y yA
A shower was given last night by Mrs
11 I N Asper and the Misses May and
Maude Baxter complimentary to Miss MissL
Leone L eone Edmunds an autumn bride Dah
las and chrysanthemums were effectively effectlelyused effectivelyised
used in the parlor decorations while pink pinknd plncend
end nd white cosmos were used In the din dlnng
Ing ng room The hall was charmingly dec decrated decorated decorated
orated with masses of f the princess princesseatherl princessfeathert
eatherl About twentyfour twcnt four guests werepresent were werejresent werepresent
present during the evening eveningx eveningMiss evening1IIss
x i JC <
Miss Clara Butterfield was the hostess hostessast hostesslast hostesslast
last last night at a Halloween party given at atrl I Il
rl l
her home In South State street Autumn Autumnleaves Autumnleaves Autumnleaves
leaves and pumpkins were used in the thedecorations thedecorations thedecorations
decorations and the Halloween idea was wascarried wascarried wascarried
carried out In the table decorations where wherea
a huge pumpkin filled with fruits formed formedthe formedthe formedthe
the centerpiece The place cards were also alsoin alsoIn alsoin
in the pumpkin design and cpvers were werelaid werelaid werelaid
laid for sixteen guests cucstsThe guestsThe uests
The first freshman party party of tho year yearwas yearwas rcarwas I
was the get acquainted party given In Inthe 1nthe Inthe
the museum hall Friday night at which whichonly whlclonly whictlonly
only freshmen and members of the Uni University UnIversity University ¬
versity of Utah faculty were present The Thefreshman Thefrellhman Thefreshman
freshman boys drew for their partners partnersIn
In order that all members of the class classmight classmight classmight
might be present The hall was decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith decoratedwith
with autumn leaves pumpkin Jackolan Jackolanterns ¬
terns and corn The punch booth was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made to represent an arbor and the punch punchbowl punchbowl punchbowl
bowl was set In the huge pumpkin Dur During DurIng During ¬
ing the evening about 150 members of the theclass theclass I Iclass
class were present and about twenty twentymembers twentymembers twentymembers
members of the faculty facultyGeorge facultyIt facultyw
w > It ItGeorge 5George
George T Odell entertained a a party of offriends offriends offriends
friends at a box party at the Salt Lake Laketheatre Laketheatre Laketheatre
theatre last night at the play A Gen Gentleman Gentleman Gentleman ¬
tleman From Mississippi The following followingguests followingClark ollowlngguests
guests made up the e party t GE E E Clark Clarkof
ofIdaho of Washington D C tC C G Wright of ofIdaho ofIdaho
Idaho Falls Ida James Classln Cla sln F A AWhaln AVhalcn AWhalen
Whaln John Shields all of Ogden and andJames andJams andJames
James H Moyle Grant Hampton HamptonOdell M i D DWells DWells
Wells Dr T G Odell J Fred FredH Odell and andH andH andi andWails
H I Snyder all of Salt Lake LakeA
f > I < ok okA
A Halloween party was given Friday Fridaynight Fridaynight Fridaynight
night by the S A B club at the home of ofMiss ofMIss ofMiss
Miss Pearl PIcketts in Grand avenue avenuePumpkins avenuePumpkins avenuePumpkins
Pumpkins black cats and corn stalks stalkswere stalkswere stalkswere
were used In carrying out the Halloween Halloweenideas HalloweenIdeas Halloweenideas
ideas Thirty guests dressed as ghosts ghostsenjoyed ghostenjoyed ghostsenjoyed
enjoyed the affair Following a supper supperthe supperthe supperthe
the guests were entertained with games gamesduring gamesduring gamesduring
during the evening eveningMiss evcnlngrllss eveningMiss
I
Miss Allbo Dunbar will be the hostess at atan atan atan
an Orpheum party to be given Thursday Thursdayevening Thursdayevolling Thursdayevening
evening Nov 4 In honor of Miss Vedi VediBeebe VedlBeebe VediBeebe
Beebe The theatre party will be preceded precededby
by a supper at Franklins FranklinsMrs
Mrs R W V Madsen will entertain the themembers themembers themembers
members cf her bridge club Friday even evenIng evenIng evening
Ing Nov No 12 the party to have been given givenby givenby givenby
by her last night having been postponed postponedon
on account of the dance at the LadiesLiterary Ladies LadiesLiterary LadiesLiterary
Literary club clubA
A series of bridge teas will be given next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week by Mrs A T Sanford who will willentertain willentertain willentertain
entertain Wednesday and Thursday after afternoons afternoons afternoons ¬
noons at her home In the Virginia apart apartments apartments apartments ¬
ments mentsMr mentsMr mentsMr
y =
Mr and Mrs Philo T Farnsworth and anddaughters anddaughters anddaughters
daughters the Misses Florence Alice AliceLacy AlleeLacy AliceLacy
Lacy and Venice have returned home homefrom homefrom homefrom
from an extended European trip tripMr tripllr tripMr
Mr and Mrs Joseph Joseph Levitt and nd Mr
and Mrs William Baruch are now at athome athome athome
home at No 202 South Eighth East street streetHS street11rs streetMrs
HS HSMrs
Mrs G T Nichols of Portland and Mrs MrsLee 1IrsLee MrsLee
Lee Glochner of Los Angeles arrived In InSalt fnSalt insalt
Salt Lake last week and will be guests guestsat
at the home of Mrs R H Pale for some sometime sometime sometime
time timeMr time1Ir timeMr
> I
Mr and Mrs Irs F J Webley announce the theengagement theengagement theengagement
engagement of their daughter Ethel to
Richard George Tongs formerly of Wal Waisale Walsale Walsale
sale England The wedding will take takeplaco takeplaco takeplace
placo in November NovemberThe
The wedding of Miss Edna Parker of
Provo and nnr Grover Purvance of Salt Lake
took place lust evening at the parsonage parsonageof
of the Phillips Congregational CongJ aUonal church
the Rev P 1 A Simpkin pastor of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church performing the ceremony After Aftera
a brief wedding trip Mr and Mrs Pur Purvance ¬
vance will make their home in Salt Lake
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESFred
Fred Worth Buffalo Wyo Iva Spack Spackman Spackman Spackman
man Lewiston Utah UtahGrover UtahGrover UtahGrover
Grover Purvance Salt Lake Edna Car Carter Carter Carter ¬
ter Provo ProvoStephen ProvoStephen ProvoStephen
Stephen P Kurland and Angle Smith SmithSalt SmithSalt SmithSalt
Salt Lake LakeWilliam LakeVnUam LakeWilliam
William E James Ogden Sadie Gray
Provo

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