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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 5
FOOD SHOW SPACE
HAS BEEN FilLED
Retail Merchants Association
Decides to Make Event
Noteworthy
Work has been started In earnest by the
boosters committee of the Retail Mer
chants association In the direction of fur
thering the Interests of the Greater Salt
Lake Food and Industrial exposition to
be held at the Auditorium In Richards
street from Nov 23 to Dee 4 At the
regular meeting of the association held
last night In the Boyd Park building A
A Trump manager for the exposition an
nounced that the space had all been taken
for the show There will be sixtyone
exhibitors Including a large number of
the local merchants and some from east
ern points
A feature of the show will be the gro
cers country store which will be a
faithful reproduction of the typical store
of the rural districts even to the stereo
typed cat on the counter and the town
loafers
The program of singers vaudeville and
other features will be changed every
afternoon and evening There will be be
tween 100 and 125 young women In at
tendance to serve samples of the products
of various firms to the patrons of the
exposition The merchants will begin the
distribution during the next few das
to their customers of 150000 tickets which
will admit the holder at haIr prIce to the
show
A committee of grocers will have charge
of the country store at the exposition
and solicit donations to fill Its shelves
This committee consists of B M Olsen
chairman L M Blackmarr F N Wll
son F Weight H Phillips and T Davis
A final boosters meeting preparatory
for the show will be held next Wednes
day night at which 150 boosters are ex
peCted There will be some good talks
and refreshments wlll be served
No one shops UNDER
STANDINGLY who does not
read the ads
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup
has been used for YEARS by MILL
ot MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT
SUCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILD
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLAYS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and Is the
best remedy for DIARRHOEA Sold by
Druggists In every part of the world He
sure and ask for Mrs Vlnslows Sooth
Ing Syrup and take no other kind
Twentyfive cents a bottle GUAR
TEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG
ACT June 30 1906 SERIAL
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kin of Beauty IS n Joy pore
E9 R T Felix Gourauds Oriental
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II Croam or Maglosl Beautifier
p = a t1 Removes TI tI Plmpu
wb Freckles MDth Patches
yed c Ra1 and bJtln DIeatti
a 08 sad every bleInlSh
° zi rt OD beauty and de
J y i flee detection It
rs d Pi has stood the teat
ot So years and
a 8 is 10 harmJesl we
6 3 tutdttobeanrelt
Ic properly made
Accept no counter
feit of similar
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8ayra laid to a
lady of the hAut
ton a patleat
As yen ladle
will re use heed
Gournud Cream the least harmful of all the
kin pattonl For sale by all druggItaandFancy
liooda Dealers In the United States Canada and Lhro > e
lEflOTIHOPXIBS Prop 37 Great Jones Street 8nrro4
In the circulars dis
tributed by Franks
Clothing store an
nouncing their removal
sale it is stated that
Ionarch shirts will
be sold for 19 cents
This is a Tpographical
error and should read
79 cents At the latter
price only will they be
sold
Franks Clothing
Store
28 East 1st St South
SINGER
Sewing Machines
The Ideal family sewing machines Do more
kinieof sewing than I1IIY other cake do It easter
quicker and 1ettaand lAst a hfetime We carry
Q oompiet tack aa well aa repaUl for every
emergency call and lee the new 8mgermodeis
Yre Sfwtq PY + liE ClAfDT 43 Seem Etas Sm1I
The Century Imprint on your printing
S like the sterling mark on silyerIt
neaps the bnt rentury Printing com
pany 5557 Postofflce place
Some merchant Is advertising
tn yotT today
Establtsned 1879
Cures WhY You Slp
Whooping Cough Croup
Bronchitis Coughs
II Diphtheria Catarrh
Confidence can be placed in a rem
I edy which for a quarter of a century
has earned unqualified praise Restful
nights are assured at once
i CresaJcne Is II Boon fa AstblAlfca
All DruggIsts
Send tsfal for de
scrrthve t4 let C j a 1 5k t9
Cresolene Antiseptic JO
Throat Tablets tor the
Irritated throat ot I J
your druggist or from h g
us lOc in stamp
The VapoGresofne GC
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A sample of the new style of furniture so much in
vogue
A type of artistic beauty and soliditymade by Berkey
Gay
Were the exclusive dealers
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L ectuatl < y
Dispes colds and llcadaehes
aueko Cotlsti 1oC
Avis n ttaraliy acistraa y OJ
LLLOLXOX ve
Best orMenWonaeno Ci t
rein sun and 01d
To t iVs beaeictat eSSccs
always buy the Gelc
manufactured by the
CALIFORNIA
ria SYRUP Co
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
see size only regular price 504 per bottle
7 qr + a
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12 Main St Salt o ce
wgd Washington Ave Ogden I
I Dont think because a you have taken
many remedies In vain that your case
is 1 incurable Hoods Sarsaparilla has
cured many seemingly hopeless cases
of scrofula catarrh rheumatism kid
ney complaint dyspepsia and general
deblllt Take Hoods
e
Orpheum Tickets Given Away by the
HeraldRepublican
Somewhere In the classified column
ot every Issue ot The HeraldUepubllcan
will be found an order for two seats at
the Orpheum theatre good for either
matinee ot evening performance on date
of Issue The person whose name appears
this order will please
pears in present a
copy ot the ad to The Herald Repub
lican office before 6 oclock tOday to
gether with a positive IdentlflcaUon
your last subscription receipt will do
Read the classified advertisements In
this Issue Perhaps your name Is there
HERALD REPUBLICAN WANT
ADS BRING RESULTS Sc A LINE
Chimneys 125 Furnaces 125
Pipes 50cG Hazelchimney sweep
at Bamberger Coal Co Both phones
Only 250 to Logan and Return
Saturday Nov 6 via Oregon Short
Line for football game Fort Douglas
vs Agricultural college Special will
leave union depot 150 a m returning
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Mid Winter Millinery
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Thursday Friday and Saturday
11n exhibit of Mid Winter creations that
portray the authentic style vogue
off the millinery world
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Charming fascinating and exquisitefashion
able MidWinter millinery in a wonderful
variety of new shapes and styles Millinery
that reflects the originality of Paris and the
clever artistic skill of American milliners
From the beautiful imported pattern hat to the
clever adaptations from our own workrooms
there is an exclusiveness and refinement of ef
fects that bespeak individuality and versatility
of talent From the simplest to the most elabo
I rate the bewildering variety of new shapes
trimmings materials and colorings possess that
I ultrafashionable styletone that appeals to all
welldressed women We exhibit millinery in
winters every conceivable shape and material
from tIle modish felts and the handsome furs
to the elaborate pattern creations of the Elite
Paris beautifully tailored or trimmed with ele
I
I 2ant plumes and aigrettes
Today the Millinery Department transforms itself into the
beautiful hues of Winteryoull delight to revel in its luxury
All Eves Are Focused on Walker s Mammoth
Ready4o Wear Sale
All week it lastsuntil Saturday night at 930the great
est merchandising event that Salt Lakers have ever seen
a scoop that is unparrelled in the history of manufacturers
sales New York gives up its richest merchandise for Salt
Lakes ready cash the result 5000000 worth of fashion
ion able winter wearableswomens suits coats skirts
waists sacrificed to us at 50c on the dollar Come today
bargain opportunities are tremendousour entire annex
is one mammoth bargain counter this week
Removal Sale
Big reductions In Wall Paper and
Framed Pictures Will move Jan 1st
6 doom north of present location to our
new Istory bUilding
GEO W EBERT CO
67 Main
Excursion East
Fer National Irrigation Congress
Chicago 6500 and return Date ot sale
Nov 16 and 17 tenday going limit
return limit Dec 15 1909 Diverse
routes vIa the CHICAGO NORTH
WESTERN RY CO For particular
address C A Walker G A 33 West
Second South street
OGDEN AND RETURN 110
VIa D R G Nov 9 10 11 12 13
Leave Salt Lake 1026 n m Return
Ing any train on date of sale
ACED PIONEER IS
GALLED TO REST
Mrs Elizabeth Vout Proctor
Dies of Old Age After a
Short Illness
Yesterday the deathmists enshrouded
and claimed another ot Salt Lakes early
settlers and pioneers Mrs Elizabeth Vout
Proctor widow of Bishop John Proctor
Mrs Proctor at the age of 77 years
passed away yesterday at 1 oclock at
her home No 428 South Eighth East
street In the Tenth ward where she had
made her home since the early days of
Salt Lake
Although tailing In health with the ad
vancing years and had been enfeebled
for the last two years It was not until
five das ago that she was confined to
the sick bed and succumbed to the ef
fects Incident to old age
The decedent was born In Rockland
Norfolk England Dec 5 183Z and en
tered the Mormon church in 1849 She
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MRS ELIZABETH VOUT PROCTOR
was married to Robert Long and was
left a widow with three small children
With her little family she emigrated to
America May 23 1866 and despite th
hardships and the weary travel which
must be undergone bravely took the ox
team trail across the plains arriving In
Salt Lake Oct 30 of the same year
She was married to Bishop John Proc
tor the second to hold that ecclesiastical
rank In the Tenth ward in March 1S6i
this union bearing four children
Mrs Proctor Is survived by six chil
dren and 17 grandchildren the children
being Mrs Adelia Walsh of Farming
ton Mrs George Buckle William J Proc
tor Adam Y Proctor Mrs Harriet Webb
and Miss Annie Proctor all of Salt Lake
During her lifetime and especially In
the early das Mrs Proctor was one of
thE > most active workers In the church
and In the early settlement of Salt Lace
She combined the gentle lovableness of
the mother with the courageous strength
of the wife as helpmeet and was fore
most In the ranks of the wives and moth
rs who tolled so hard In their share of
the reclamation of the wilderness Her
kindly sympathetic nature won for her
a large circle of friends and acquaint
ances and her Joss will be mOurned
The funeral will be held Sunday at 12
oclock from the Tenth ward meeting
house
SOCIETY J
TO DAYS EVENTS
t Miss Eleanor Rogerson ot Min
neapolis will be the complimented
guest at a bridge tea to be given
this afternoon at the home of Mrs
Frank B Robinson in the Cum
mines apartments the hostesses
+ being the Misses Luelle and Ken
dal Francke e
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An informal luncheon will be
given today by Mrs Union Worth
Ington in honor ot Miss Genevieve
McCornlck a November bride <
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The first ot a series of bridge
teas with which Mrs Jack Reeves
will entertain this week will be
that given this afternoon at her
home In P street
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Mrs Matthew Henry Walker and
Miss Lena Hague will be the host
esses this afternoon at a large re
ception to be given at the Walker
home In East South Temple street
from 3 to 6 oclock
Miss Catherine Williamson will
be the complimented guest today
at a luncheon to be given by her
sister Mrs Frank Anderson
Mrs Fred Hale will entertain a
few friends informally this evening
s at a dinner to be given In honor of
Mrs A W Jacobs and Mrs C L
Jacobs of Rochester N Y
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An Informal luncheon will be
given this afternoon hy Mrs S V
Derrah at her home In East First
South street the guests of honor
being Mrs Joseph Brinker of St
Louis Mrs Kinkead of Berkeley
Cal and Mrs J F Evans of San
Francisco
A Kensington tea the second of a
series being given by Mrs C H
Morehouse will be that with which
she will entertain a number of
friends this afternoon at her home
In First avenue
1 T 1
Walker Salisbury whose mar
riage to Miss Genevieve McCor
v nick will take place next Vcdnes o
day will be the host at a stag din
ner to be given this evening at the I
Alta club I
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The members of the Plate club
will be entertained today with a ti
luncheon and bridge games with
Irs O C Nelson as the hostess
of the day at her home In South
Eleventh East street
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Mrs W H Veyher will be the
hostess at a luncheon given for
the members of the Cup and Saucer
club today at her home In Fourth
avenue V
The Sewing club will hold Its
regular weeklY meeting at the
home of Miss Estclle Clinton this
afternoon v
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Miss Bessie Dowell will enter
tain the members of the Rosebud
club this ce1lng at her home No
308 West Third South street
The first meeting for the season
for the PanHellenic society will
be held this afternoon at the home
of Miss Ethel Paul No 563 East
Second South street a
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The regular meeting of the His
tory section of the Ladles Literary
club will be held this morning at
1015 oclock at the club house In
Third East street The paper for
+ the day The Reigns of Hadrian
and Antolnes will be given by
Miss Jessie Knowles
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The Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet today with
v Mrs George A Lowe and Mrs
Grant Hampton in East First
ti South street Mrs M F Allen will
act as chairman of the day
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The members of the C W B M 3
of the Central Christian church
+ will meet this afternoon with Irs
Hoyt at her home in University
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avenue
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A luncheon will be given today
by Mrs A N tlnear of South
Third East street the guests be
Ing the members of the Electa
chapter of Order of the Eastern
Star
A charming bridge tea was that given
yesterday afternoon at the home of
bfrs W H McIntyre In Seventh ave
nue the hostesses being Irs McIntyre
and her daughter Mrs Fred Dern
Palms and potted plants were arranged
with charming effect in the decorations
An Informal Kensington tea was that
given yesterday afternoon by Mrs E
O Lee In the Miller flats the affair
I being In honor of Mrs N A Critzer
who leaves Saturday for her home In
Berkeley
throughout the rooms and vases of pink
Chetney roses added a dainty touch of
color In the dining room a low basket
I ef tho roCq tr1Ni th renter of h
table and i terns were strewn about the
doth Tde hostesses were assisted In
serving by Mrs John Dern Mrs George
Dern and the Misses Charlotte Holmes
Geneva Savage Margaret McIntyre and
Marion McIntyre Fourteen tables CJf
bridge were played during the after
noon
Mayor and Mrs John S Bransford
were the guests ot honor at a delightful
five hundred party given last night ut
the home of Mr and trs George Put
nam in F street The seasons flower
were used with charming effect In the
decorations throughout the rooms
A five hundred party ot yesterday
was that with whlcn Mrs John K
Nicholson and Mrs Walter E Eldredge
entertained at the home ot Mrs Nich
olson in E street A tall vase ot chrys
anthemums graced the center of the
dining table and clusters ot the blos
soms were also used in the decorations
In the other rooms Eight tables of
bridge were played Miss Nellie Nichol
son assisted the hostesses In the dining
room The bridge prizes were won by
Irs W H Weyher Mrs Ernest Lam
bourne and Mrs Van Spalding
Mrs Stephen H Babcock was the
hostess yesterday afternoon at a de
lightful ten given In honor ot Mrs A
E Rykert formerly Miss Blanche Mc
Intosh of this city About fifty guests
were entertained during the afternoon
and the hostess was assisted by Mrs
Ray Walker Mrs 1rnest Bamberger
Mrs Benner X Smith and Mrs J R
Walker Large clusters of yellow
chrysanthemums were used In the deco
rations a tall vase of the blossom
forming the table centerpiece In the din
Ing room
A matinee party was given yesterday
afternoon by Mrs O H Parker who
entertained four guests at the Colonial
theatre
Mrs C H Morehouse was the hostess
yesterday afternoon at a bridge tea the
fret of 3 series to be given at her home
in First avenue Seven tables of bridge
were played and the prizes were award
ed to Mrs A H Ensign Mrs A H
Warren Mrs Joseph Taylor Mrs A C
Smith Mrs Lafayette Hanchett Mrs
Bacon and Mrs J A Reeves Chrys
anthemums In the yellow and red
shades were used in decorating the
rooms The hostess was assisted by
Miss Elinor Stewart Miss Posephlnc
Devereaux and Miss Leona IcCurtaln
A prettily appointed luncheon given
yesterday was that with which Mrs H
G McMillan entertained a few friends
Informally at her home In East South
Temple street the affair being compli
mentary to Mrs Joseph Brinker ot St
Louis and bfrs Klnead of Berkeley
A number of guests were entertainer
yesterday afternoon by Mrs S L May
at the second of a series of charmln
affairs given at her home In the Oak
apartments A color scheme of yello
was carried out In the decorations a
pretty arrangement of yellow aster
being used on the small bridge tables
The prizes In the bridge games 0
which six were played were won L
Mrs W H Bintz Jr Miss Elise Yates
I Jfrs W D Foster Miss Rye Gibbon
and Mrs Weir James Mrs C C Crls
non assisted Mrs Mayer in the serv
ing
The home ot Mr and Mrs H A
White on Seventh South street was th I
scene of a pretty affair given Monday
evening when they entertained twelve
young girls complimentary to their
daughter Miss Hazel White The ever
ng was pleasantly pas 1 In music an
games The guests present during th
vening were Miss Helen Croft Mis
Anna Elliott Miss Letitia Davis Mis
Iris Wilson Miss Urania White an
Cide Edmunds Louis Racine Jack Ja
cobs George Croton Clifton Nelson and
harles Dowden
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Members of the Thirteen club were
entertained at a dance at the Odeon lae
Tuesday evening by W S Watson fol
owing which a banquet was tender d
the host by the club members at Frank
lins Those present were Mr and Mrs
E W Rauscher A N Rosenbaum and
Miss Iamle Houtz A Tarson and Misr
Willit Norman A V Olsen and Mist
IIabel Rundle W P Bennett and Miss
Iabel Tarpy Dr E M Keysor and
Miss Pearl Houtz M R Gray and Miss
Gwln Lang M Chessman and Mis
Dorothy Watson J B Snyder and tIls
Birdie Shmelrer Ray Frost and Miss
Evelyn Booths A W Duste and Miss
Georgia Reid E A Myers and Mis
Eleda Anderson W S Watson and
Miss Elsie Watson
Mrs Gus Holmes who has gone to
Visalia Cal to visit at the home of her
mother will return to Salt Lake in a
few weeks to remain for some time
Mr and Mrs J W Langley leave to
morrow for a visit of several weeks In
Los Angeles
Mrs Adeline E Fitz president gen
eral of the Daughters Qt thc Revolution
will arrive In Salt Lake today and will
be the guest of Mrs Maria DoUgall
A quiet wedding took place yesterday
when Miss Oline Gjerde and Herman
Villner both of this city were married
The ceremony was performed by J V
Eldredge Mr and Mrs Villncr will
1kp their home In colt Lake
POCKETBOOK FOUND
BY A MAIL CARRIER
A pocketbook which contained no
money but a lot of papers apparently
valuable was found by one of the mail
carriers and was turned In Wednesday
to Postma3ter Arthur L Thomas The
book contaIned an Identification card be
longing to James H NIcholls of No 1037
Byram street Los Angeles
EDWARD HOFFMAN BACK
FROM THE NORTHWEST
Edward E Hoffman has returned from
the northwest where for two months he
has been looking after the Hoffman
Brothers mining properties and branlih
offices In Washington Idaho and Mon
tana Mr Hoffman states that tllre Is
much Inquiry about Salt Lake City und
Inducements for investments
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