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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 5
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L SOCIETY j
TODAYS EVENTS
4 The second In a series ot Infor 4
4 mal hops to be given at Fort 0
4 Douglas during the winter will be
4 given this evening by the tort ot
4 ficers at the hop hall Colonel and 4
b Mrs Walter Scott will receive the 0
4 guests and the dance will be for 4
< b lowed by a number ot hop suppers 4
4 among those entertaining being 4
Mrs Edwin b
4 Lieutenant and
b Butcher 4
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4 A 4 oclock tea will be given 4
4 this afternoon by MrS Sophia 4
4 Sharp and her daughter Mrs 0
< b George T Badger at their home C
4 in East South Temple street This v
4 Is the second In a series ot affairs 0
4 being given by Mrs Sharp and 4
4 Mrs Bad jer 4
4 4
4 A large dancing pa ty will be 4
4 gIven this evening at Whitney 4
4 hall when about 250 guests will be 4
b entertained by Dr and Mrs L 0
I 4 W Snow and Mr and Mrs R W 4
4 Dnynes 4
I 4 4 Miss Mary Halloran and Ruel4
0 Halloran will entertain with a five 0
4 hundred party to be given this 4
4 evening at their home In East 4
l 4 Second South street 0
4 4
4 Mrs 3f B Whitney will be the 4
4 hostess this afternoon at a bridge 4
0 tea to be given in honor of Mrs 4
and Mrs C L Ja 4
4 A 1V Jacobs
4 CObB who are visiting friends in 0
4 Salt Lake 0 I
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C Mrs Jack Reeves will entertain 4
4 this afternoon with a bridge tea 0
4 the second in a series being given 0
o this week at her home In P street 0
o 0
o A luncheon will be given today 4
t at the Bransford apartments with 0
0 Mrs Henry Gordon Williams as 0
the hostess 0
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Mrs R W Iadsen will enter 4
4 tain the members ot her bridge 0
o club this evening at her home In 0
4 East FIrst South street
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4 Irs A D Hughes will be the 1 >
4 hostess this afternoon at a Ken 4
o slngton to be given compliment 4
t > ary to Miss Frances Castleton 0
o who wlll be married the latter part 0
4 of the month 4
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o Mrs A E Hurd will entertain a >
o number of friends with R five hun 0
o dred party to be given at her home 4
o in East Fourth South street 4
0 0
4 The general meeting of the La 4
dies Literary club wlll be held 1 I
n this afternoon at the club house 0
o and the following program wilt be 4
n given Do AnImals Reason 0
a Irs F E Marcy The Work ot 0
6 > the Humane Society Dr T B 4
i Beatt The Dog In Fiction 0
a Mrs Ledyard M Bailey The mu
< sk al numbers will include a pIano 0
t solo bv Miss Jov De Camp and C
e vocal solos by MIss Irene Kelly 0
v and A J Klsselberg 0
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v The Ladies Literary club house 0
V wlll be the scene ot R large dane C
o Ing party to be given this evening 4
o by the James C Rice cIrcle of the 0
4 ladles ot the G A R The grand 4
4 march will be led by Governor 4
4 William Spry and will begin at
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o The eIghth B class of the Latay 4
4 ette school null give a dancing 1 >
o party tonIght at the Odeon hall tn 4
4 honor of the eighth A class 0
4 The music will be furnIshed bythe 0
4 Lafayette school orchestra Among 4
4 the patrons will be the follow 0
o lug Mr and Mrs Burdette Mr 4
4 and Mrs Edwards Mr and Sire 4
b Lindholm Mr and Mrs Yates 4
4 Mr and Irs Cheesman Mr and 0
4 Mrs Webb Mr and Mrs Beatle 0
4 Mr and Mrs Fernstrom Hertjes 4
o Mr and Mrs Margetts Mr and b
0 Mrs Engdahl Mr and Mrs Stout w
o Mr and Mrs Clawson Mr and 0
4 Mrs GroesbEck Mr and Mrs 4
o Felt Mr and Irs Moyle Mr and 0
4 Mrs G K Smith Mr and Mrs 4
4 Ivins Mrr and Mrs Cartwright 4
o Mr and Mrs A V Taylor Mrb
o and Mrs Jenkinson Mr and 4
4 Mrs Peabody Mr and Mrs An 4
4 derson Mr and Mrs Barrette 4
4 Mr and Mrs Peterson Mr and 0
4 Mrs Free Mr and Mrs JennIngs 4
4 Mr and Mrs Keat Mr and Irs 4
o D C Smith Mr and Mrs Wool 4
4 ley and Mr and Mrs Wells 4
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A beautiful affaIr given yesterday
afternoon was the reception at the
Walker home In East South Temple
street the hostesses being Mrs Mat
thew Henry Walker and her daughter
Miss Lena Hague The reception hall
was charmingly decorated in pink
roses while the musIc room and the
den were decorated in yellow chrysan
themums In the library a pretty ar
rangement of terra cotta chrysanthemums
mums was used and in the dining
room a color scheme of green and white
was carried out with whIte chrysanthe
mums and ferns
Those assisting In the dining room
were Mrs Ledyard Bailey Irs W Y
Rice Irs C G Plummer Mrs Robert
Harkness and Mrs Vllliam C Jen
nings The conservatory was beautiful
with a profusion ot palms and potted
plants and here the punch waS served
by a bevy ot charming young women
among them being the Misses Lucille
Clark VIrginia Beatty Isabel Johnson
and Josephine Well Irs R G Mc
NIece assIsted tn receiving and others
who assisted were Mrs A J Gorham
Mrs David Keith Mrs A H Peabody
Mrs Ezra Thompson Miss Isabelle
Osborne Irs A S Peters Mrs Wil
liam Wetzell and Miss Edna Cohn The
troubadours stationed In the music
gallery played a number of delightful
selections About 250 guests were pre
ent during the hours from 3 to 6
Mr and Irs Delo3 Irish left last
night for an extended trip through
California and Old Mexico
The Sewing club which was enter
tained yesterday afternoon at the home
ot Miss Estelle Clinton in A street will
meet next Thursday with Mrs William
McCrea at her home 1n East First
South street
Miss Lucille Heidel gave a delight
ful luncheon Wednesday afternoon In
honor of Miss Nellie Hasbrouch who
leaves soon for the east Those present
were Miss Blanche Miller Mrs F E
Shurtlift Miss Carmallta Pitt Mrs
Watkins Miss Dorothy Vestover Miss
Alice Keyes and Mrs C P Heidel
The opening event ot the convention
of the Daughters of the Revolution was
the reception given last night at the
home of Mrs Philo T Farnsworth in
East South Temple street the affaIr
being In honor of the visiting president
general Mrs Adeline T Fitz The
house was charmingly decorated
throughout in a profusion ot flowers
and the rooms were thronged with
guests throughout the evening
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The Misses Kendall and Lucille
Francke were the hostesses at a bridge
tea gIven yesterday afternoon at their
home in the Cummings apartments in
honor ot their guest Miss Eleanor
Rogers A color scheme ot pink was
chosen for the dinIng room decora
tions a large cut glass bowl ot pInk
chrysanthemums gracing the center of
the dining table The chandelier was
entwined with smilax and long sprays
ot It extended to the corners ot the ta
ble Here tea was poured bY Miss
Elinor Stewart and Miss Stella Fabian
assisted by Miss Esther Allen lIi r
Gertrude Hanson and Aileen Maclean
Five tables of bridge were played the
prizes going to Miss Stella Fabian
Miss Elinor Stewart Miss Loreen Leary
and Miss Gertrude Hanson
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A pretty luncheon given yesterday I
was that with which Mrs S V Derrah
entertained In honor ot Mrs Joseph
Brinker airs Kinkead and Mrs J F
I 1 na t wi hmm In Fnaf First Col1th
street A tall cut glass vase of yellow
chrysanthemums decorated the lunch
eon table and vines of smilax weN
strewn about the cloth Covers were
laid for Mrs Brinker Mrs Evans Mrs
Kinkead Mrs Frank B Stephens Mrs
J M Bowman Mrs E A Greenwood
Mrs J Dlnlnn Mrs Teneyck Miss
Nellle Brinker and Mrs Derrah
The Alto club was the scene of a de
lightful affair given last night when
Walker Salisbury entertaIned at a stag
dinner for a number of his friends
A charmingly appointed luncheon was
that with which Mrs UnIon Worthing
ton entertained a few friends yesterday
afternoon the affaIr being compliment
ary to Miss GenevIeve McCormick
whose marriage to Walker Sallsburj
takes place next week
The second in a series of teas given
by Mrs Jack Reeves was the bridge
party yesterday afternoon at her home
In P street The color scheme in the
decorations In the dining room was
carried out in green and white a large
cut glass bowl ot white chrysanthe
mums forming the centerpiece on the
table where Mrs Milton E LIppman
poured tea Those assisting her were
Miss Hazel Oswald Miss Darline Kim
ball while Mrs F S Murphy and Mrs
J C Lynch assIsted in the receiving
About thirty guests were entertained
and the bridge prizes were awarded to
Irs D C Jackling Mrs John Weir
Mrs H C Hoffman Mrs Glochner of
Los Angel Mrs E D Illler Mrs M
B Stanley Irs J W Delano and Mrs
George Brice
Mrs Frank Anderson was the hostess
yesterday at a prettily appointed
luncheon complimentary to her sister
Miss Catherine Williamson who will
be married Nov 24 The luncheon ta
ble was charmingly decorated In the
seasons flowers
tlrs A IV Jacobs and Mrs C L
Jacobs ot Rochester N Y were the
guests of honor at an Informal dinner
part with which Mrs Fred Hale en
tertained a few friends last night at her
home in South Sixth East street
A Kensington the second in a series
ot teas given by Mrs C H lIorehouse
was that with which she entertained
about thirty guests yesterday after
noon at her home In First avenue
Chrysanthemums were used with pretty
effect throughout the house Mrs More
house was assisted by Miss Leona Mc
Curtain Mrs Frank Hardy and Mrs
Fred Kleinschmidt
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Mrs O C Nelson was the hostess
yesterday at a luncheon given for the
members ot the Plate club at her home
in Eleventh East street White chrys
anthemums in a tall cut glass vase
formed the centerpiece on the luncheon
table and place cards in a Dutch de
sign marked the places for the guests
The decorations throughout the other
rooms were carried out in white chrys
anthemums In the bridge games
which followed the luncheon the prize
was won by Mrs J A Earls The next
meeting ot the club will be held two
weeks from today at the home of Mrs
A C Smith in Eleventh East street
Mrs Nelson was assisted by her daugh
ter Miss Neva Hoy
The Clip and Saucer club met yes
terday afternoon at the homo of Mrs
W H Weyher in Fourth avenue Yel
lOW and white chrysanthemums were
arranged with pretty effect throughout
the rooms a tail vase of the blossoms
gracing the center ot the dining table
The hostess was assisted by Mrs
George W Lambour1e and Mrs F W
Dunn The club will meet next Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs R W Hills of
the Caithness apartments
A pleasant surprise party was that
given Wednesday night at the home ot
Mrs Harvey in honor of the eighteenth
birthday of her son Bennie Harvey
The house was effectively decorated In
chrysanthemums In the different
rhades The guests included Misses
Gladys Guiver Howells Walker
Hayes Mitchell Taylor Bonds and
Harvey Messrs Bertram Wonnacott
Horace Vonnacott Audrey Galligher
John Ford Folkerson White Lindsay
and Hubert Harvey
Mrs Harvey was assisted by the
Misses Taylor Harvey and Bonds
h
Mrs Thomas Kearns will be the
guest of honor at a box party to be
given at the Orpheum by Mrs Joseph
Young and Mrs Elizabeth Bonnemort
Saturday afternoon
Mrs W W Armstrong will entertain
four tables of bridge on Saturday aft
ernoon at her home In the Stautler
apartments the complimented guests
being Mrs Joseph Brinker of St Louis
Mrs Kinkead of Berkeley and Mrs J
F Evans of San Francisco
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Mr and Mrs Joseph A Jennings and
children left last week for Los Angeles
where they will spend the winter Miss
Helen Jennings who has been the guest
of Miss Florence Culmer for a few
das will leave Sunday for the coast
accompanied by Miss Calmer They
will stop for a short time at Sanford
university and will then join Mr and
Mrs Jennings In Los Angeles MI3S
Culmer will remain In southern Cali
fornia until after the holidays
Mrs F V Hanson and her daugh
ters the Misses Irene and Gertrude
Hanson will leave Sunday for Oak
land where they will spend the win
ter
st
Mrs Joseph Brinker and Miss Kellle
Brinker will go to Ogden Saturday to
spend the week with friends They
wIll return to Salt Lake on Tuesday
lit
Edwin Petit accompanied by hIS
daughter afrs F W Jones and her
little son left last night for a months
visit in southern California
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Only Two More Days I
of Our Mammoth II I
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Ready Lo Wear Sale
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Today and Saturday
The eyes of all Salt Lake are focused on this tremendous mer
chandising eventa sale that surpasses even our phenomenal event
of a year ago Never in our merchandising experience have ve of
fered greater bargain opportunities on the Winters most fashion
able readytovear styles
Tailored Suits and Skirts
Silk and Cloth Winter Dresses
Silk Net and Lace Waists
Cloth Skirts and Silk Petticoats
Tailored Coats and Military Capes
50000 worth of winter wearables sacrificed to us at 50c on the dollarour
entire annex is onE immense bargain counterreductions are 40 per cent 50 per
cent 60 per cent and as high as 75 per cent of actual values COME TODAY
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Winter Blankets a Two
tamed
Days Special Sale
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Today and Saturday we feature a great sweeping sale of the famous St
Marys Blankets The late season for blankets has left UB with hundreds of pairs
of high grade blankets that should have been sold a month ago now for a rousing
clearance that will sweep our counters with enthusiasm and dispatchevery pair
of blankets in the department are sacrificed for this sale COVE
r 300 St rarys white and grey blankets the pair 500
800 St Iarys white grey favn blankets pair 625
X900 St Iarys white and grey blankets the pair 675
1100 St Iarys white and grey blankets the pair 825
1200 St larys white and grey blankets the pair 975
1500 St Iarys white grey red blankets the pair 1200 I
X2000 St Iarys white and grey blankets the pair 1725 II I I
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Weare owing for Fall
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It behooves every man inter
p ested in good clothes THE
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We believe we can prove to I
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little better than the best of
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> asw 117 S Main Street
Unheard of Reductions
Offered at the beginning of the season
on our magnificent line ot midwInter
millinery MEHESYS 156 Main St
It the Century does your printing It
will be done RIGHT and on time Cen
tury Printing company 5557 Postoffice
Place
Midwinter Hats
Shoppers will do well to see Mehesys
hats on sale for 485 reduced from 8
9 and 10
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Its Really a Pleasure to Cure Catarrh
by Breathing Hyomei
It isnt a pleasure to saturate YOlr
stomach with vile nostrums or to shock
the tender membrane of the nose and
throat with disagreeable sprays and
douches
But strange to say there are e feet
thousand people who do not JtHP
abreast ot the times who are hoping
against hope that these ancient meth
ods will rid them of catarrh
It the readers or Salt Lake City who
suffer from catarrh want to banish this
vile and disgusting disease forever go
I to F C Schramms tOday and get a
I complete HYJmei pronounced Higho
me outfit for 100
It it doesnt cure it wont cost you a
cent because F C Schramm will give
you your money back
Hyomel Is gO simple and pleasant to
I use pour a few drops from the bottle
i Into the Inhaler and breathe It in As It
I passes over the membrane and into the
lungs with the air you breathe it
I soothes the raw membrane and kills
the catarrh germs Dont experiment
I longer Lending druggists everywhere
I sell Hyom for catarrh coughs colds
bronchitis etc Drop a postal for or r
free book Booths Famous Peop e
Booths Hyomei Co Buffalo N y
MIONA
CUres tndestion
I n relieves stomach misery soar atom
I aeb belching and cures all stomach dis
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lttl GO cents Draggiata in all towns
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Blue Wagons deliv
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Cable Address Wesfuco
Phones 719 73 Main Street
In the circulars dis
tributed by Franks
I Clothing store an
I nouncing their removal
sale it is stated that
llonarch shirts viII
be sold for 19 cents
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This is a typographical
error and should read
79 cents At the latter
price only will they be
sold
Franks Clothing
Store
28 East 1st St South
PRESENT THIS
50c COUPON
And Get Free Any SOc Article in our
ChlnaandCrockeryDept YourOwn
Selection Free With 100 Pur
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Good at Any of Our 100 Stores
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Nearer completion
today than yesterday
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2171q Uttnld Rids
The OLamp
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alad absolute safdy Has is
1e construction
91e ofbru
teat tomovetd burner Made ofbrau through
lIt and nickel plated BTCry lamp warranted
talc to nc rrstagency if not at your dtalA
tQHTlNENTAL OIL COMIAU
Wsrgsrntsy
MARRiAGE LICENSES
Yick Holm and Helma Wick Park
City
James Hammond Dolores Colo Eunice
Schwerimann Los Angeles
H E Wall and Della Fields Eureka
George Papadopulos and Andriana
Booth Salt I Lake
George Ball Lehl Nellie L Compton
Ogden
Stanley May and Julia F Drennan SaIl
Lake
O E Bluth Colonla Dublan Mex Lucy
McDonald Colonla Juarez Mex
VIlford Hamsen Sandy Iva Densley
Rlverton
CLEANING RESERVOIR
City Starts Work for Which 300
Was Appropriated
The city has started work in earnest
cleaning the reservoir and creek in Par
leys canon before winter really sets In
The council appropriated 300 to be used
by Frank Mathews land and tater com
missioner for the work A force ot men
from the waterworks department who
have been cleaning the reservoir in Big
Cottonwood canyon finished the work
Wednesday arttl yesterday they were
transferred to Parleys reservoir and
creek

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