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THE HERALDREgUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 i 5
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S ElECTRIC LIGHTS
FOR FORT DOUGLAS
Uncle Sam Decides to Abandon
the Primitive Kerosene I
Lamps
In the modernization of Uncle Sams
military post at Fort Douglas the prim
ItivE oil wick Is finally to be thrown
away and a complete system of electric
lIhUl1g Installed Contracts aggregating
2724206 have been awarded and work
was begun yesterday The plans not only
Include the wiring and lighting of be
officers and privates quarters and
grounds but also the erection of a trans
former substation The contracts which
were awarded Nov 15 are as follows
Salt Lake ElectrIc Supply company
construction of the power transmission
line and feed wIres through the post 11
jt9 construction of transmission sub
station building 2OO9ro
Meteor Electric company Salt Lake
wIring buildings and Installing fixtures
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F E Newberry Co St Louis trans
formers and equIpment for substation
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Under the terms of the contracts the
Salt Lake Electric Supply company and
thE Meteor Electric company are to have
their work completed by Feb 19 1910
and the Newberry company by Iarh 6
1910 so that the system wm be In opera
tion by the middle ot March
The present lighting at the post Is with
t oil lamps but the new system will be
modern In all details Current will be
purchased from the IRa 1 Light Rail
way company and will be distributed over
the reservation via the post substation
The material requIred under the varI
ous contracts has already been ordered
trom the east by telegraph and men are
now at work erecting the poles Work
eon the substation building will be begun
In a few days
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STATE OFFICIALS GO
TO FARMERS INSTITUTE
There will be a crowd of state digni
taries In the pretty little town of St
George Washington county Friday
and Saturday of thIs week for the
farmers institute now being held
Last night at 8 oclock the following
persons went vIa the Salt Lake Route
to the town nearest St George where
they will take the stage Governor and
i Mrs William Spry Congressman and
IIIs Joseph Howell Dr and Mrs
J T Kingsbury A C Nelson state
superintendent of public Instruction
Warden and Mrs Arthur Pratt Dr
G B Ploutz and Miss Ethel Wrathall
After the visit In St George the party
with the exception ot Mr Nelson will
go to Cedar City Mr Nelson feels
that he must not mIss the founders
day celebration at Mantl
WilliAM F SLOAN DEAD
Railroad Man Hurt in Accident on
the Western Pacific Expires
in Elko Hospital
William F Sloan 40 years old and
11 former resident of this city died yes
terday at a hospital In Elko Nev as
the result of an accident at Winnemuc
en this week In which he lost a foot
He was 11 trainman employed on the
Western Pacific railroad When the
accident occurred he was hurried to
the Elko hospItal
Mr Sloan was born in Salt Lake His
widow and two children Benjamin
aged 16 years and Frances aged 13
years are living with Mrs Sloans sis
ter Mrs Tom D Pitt at 133 South
Tenth East street Mr Sloan was a
cousin of Mrs Benjamin T Heywood
of the Cullen hotel and was also a
cousin of Mr Pitt
The body will be brought here today
and arrangements are being made to
hold the funeral some time Saturday
Mr Sloan was a member of lodge No
71 Brotherhood of Railway TraInmen
of Oakland Cal and that order likely
will have charge of the funeral
FAIR TODAY BUT BEWARE
OF STORM TOMORROW
Weather will be fair today but look
out for tomorrow An uglylooldng
storm center Is already beating its way
Inland off the western coast and things
arc happening rapidly In its path The
eastern storm center has been wafted on
out to sea leavIng clear crisp weather
all through the north and east and
balmy temperatures In the south A
center of high pressure is now central
over Utah and Colorado but It is mov
Ing eastward under the influence Qf
the Pacific coast storm
DIDNT MEAN TO STEAL
BUT ADMITS DOING IT
Your honor I was left holding the
sack but Ill plead guilty to stealing
said George Camp fell accused of petit
larceny in police court yesterday aft
ternoon Campbell pleaded not guilty
to the charge Wednesday but a nights
reflection changed his mInd He ex
plained that stealing was the least of
his Intentions but when a man came
along Vest Second South street and
handed him a sack of shoes and shav
ing soap lIe saw nothing to do but
hold It The evIdence showed that the
good3 had bean stolen from West Sec
ond South street stores Campbell got
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stimulants
Increase the quantity of Quaker
Scotch Oats you eat every day keep
it up for thirty days and youll be
surprised at the improvement
Quaker Scotch Oats is recognized
by all authorities on food values to be
the best food for building brain and
muscle
Eat plentifully and often of it
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ot women who through defect of nu
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mal bust of exquisite curve and pro
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rubJlng and massaging until com
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This is a pretty corset cover to wear
under sheer waists The corset cover It
self is plain in the back with a little full
ness in front gathered jo a straight belt
with a peplum added The ruffle s are
curved and sewed to the waist along
straight tines marked by perforations
This pattern mar also be made plain
without the ruffles
The pattern is cut in fie sizes 33 to 40
bust measure Size 36 requires 1114 yards
of S6 = nch material Price of Pattern
413 is 10 cents
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PHONES Indtpendent794
Gall an dctxrtnentL BelliEX GE 32
Grand oyldnd
Openinf Satu av
Walkers Christmas Toyland wi be opened
in our big cheerful basement wif y Every
thing dear to the hearts of the little folks will be
exhibited in a wonderful variety r nd tremen
dous scope of selection Come one come all
Walkers big toy department bids u welcome
See the hundreds of new thingse erything to
delight and amuse the little folks Bigger bet
ter and greater than ever
TOYLAND BASEMENT
Clearance Sa of ITo I
RUGS
To make room for a bigger better and tie most complete
drapery department in the city we are elm ing out our Rug
department Every Rug must go Prices re sacrificed for
an immediate and quick clearance
RUGS SIZE 9 FEET BY 12 FEET
5000 Bagdad Wilton Rugs 3800
3500 Axminster Rugs 2800
3000 Axminster Rugs 2200
2850Axminster Rugs 2100
500Body Brussels 2800
2000 Tapestry Rugs 1600
1400 Kurdistan Rugs 1100
1075 AllWool Ingrain Rugs 800
RUGS SIZE 83xl06
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4500 Wilton Rugs 3400
3000 Axminster Rugs r 2400
2400 Axminster Rugs AI 1800
1500 Tapestry Rugs 1 1275
RUGS SIZE 6 FEET BY 9 PEST
3000 Wilton Rugs L 2250
1800 Axminster Rugs I 1450
975 Tapestry Rugs 750
SMALL RUGS
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Our entire stock of Small Rugs are sam ificed for acom
plete final and rapid clearancea mendol s bargain oppor
tunity
Our Annual Novem er Sale
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LINENS
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The greatest Linen sale in the history of he department
nothing reservedour entire Linen stock ubstantially re
duced for this great annual event Come to ay We quote a
few of the items for todays selling COME 1
SCARFS
150 Japanese Drawn Work Scarfs Sale 120
450 Japanese Drawn Work Tea Cloths S1 Ie 350
625 Japanese Drawn Work Tea Cloths 4x54 inches
Sale 500
150 Lace Trimmed Scarfs 17x50 inches 1Ie 120
150 Lace Trimmed Squares 3Ox30 inches Sale 120
DOILIES
25c to 450 Lace Trimmed Doilies Sale 200 t 360
350 Battenberg Doilies 12inoh Sale 280
750 ttenberg Centers 20inch Sale 600
200 Japanese Drawn Work Doilies 9inch Sale 150
250 Japanese Drawn Work Doilies 12inoh Sale 200
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FANCY LINENS
250 to 400 Cluny Doilies 6inoh Sale 200 t l 320
500 to 650 Cluny Doilies 9inoh Sale 40 to 520
Soc to 150 Cluny Doilies 12inch sale 40 to 120
1 to 5 Cluny Centerpieces Sale 800 to 400
5 to 12 Cluny Dresser Scarfs Sale 4 to 960
NAPKINS
150 Napkins 20inoh Sale 100
150 Napkins ISinch Sale 100
325 Napkins 22inch Sale 275
375 Napkins 22inoh Sale 300
DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS
I 250 Damask Table Cloths 2x2 S le 200
325 Damask Table Cloths 2x2Y2 Sale t 250
375 Damask Table Cloths 2x3 Sale 300
24inch Napkins to match above Per dozen 300
375 Damask Table Cloths 2x212 yards L ale 325
450 Damask Table Cloths 2x3 yards Sall 975
24inch Napkins to match hove Per doze 375
Reliable
Dentists t t >
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Best Work
A guarantee cure for the Liquor
DR ZIMMERMAN I ani bacco HabIts
234 MAIN ST
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Set of Teeth beat red rubber 7M r j
Gold crowns 22K 3500
Bridge Work best 500
Gold FillIngs Sl00 lip
Silver Fillings 7S1 Schramms There the Cars Stop
All work guaranteed 12
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Painless Extraction Free with Plates Site Agency
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CHINAMEN ARE VIA TCHEO
Strange Orientals From San Fran
cisco May Be Here to Wreak
Vengeance
Strange Chinamen arriving In Salt
Lake are beIng closely watched by the
local police and the detective depart
ment has renewed its efforts to ascer
tain If any members of either the Yee
tong or the OnYlck are living In Salt
Lake The war between these tongs In
San Francisco has resulted in many
murders within the last few weeks and
yesterday the announcement was re
ceIved that thirty hatchet men of the
OnYlek tong had started eastward to
wreak vengeance on memBers of the
rival tong in Denver and other cIties
It Is feared by the police that some of
the murderous ChInamen may pay Salt
Lake a vIsit in their quest for victims
and local Chimunen have been kept un
der the eyes of the detective depart
ment Chief of Detectives George
Sheets said yesterday that sO far as hIs
force had been able to ascertaIn no
members 0 either tong lived in this
cIty although he believes if any are
here they wIll keep their Identity a se
cret through fear of the rIval tong For
this reason strange Chinamen wIll be
called upon r to explain their presence
in the city and traIns from San Fran
cisco will be met by detectives
Members of the Yee tong In Denver
have been warned by letter that their
lives are to be forfeIted
WILL FIX RENTAL
Commercial Club Committees Will
Decide Upon Prices of Rooms
The house and finance committee of
the Commercial club will meet Jointly
today at noon for the purpose of fixing
the rental charge for the bedrooms and
living rooms in the new club building
There arc to be fortythree such rooms
and suites and applications have al
ready been received for onethird of the
number The committees will decide
upon the rate and the allotment of the
rooms will then be made
The furnishIngs committee Is still de
voting the greater part of each day
going over the various plans submitted
for the Interior decorations and furnish
ings of the new building The greatest
care is being exercised even In the
smallest details to insure the perfec
tion of the clubs new home which ne
cessitates arduous work and much time
in the selections but the assurance Is
given that when completed the build
ing wIll be the most beautiful house In
the United States
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WIFE FORGIVES
Woman Pays Husbands Fine and the
Prosecutor Declares Himself
It was only the usual rule of procedure
edure established by wIves with erring
husbands when Mrs Frank Moore ap
peared In police court yesterday after
noon and smilingly paId the costs of her
husbands case to secure the dismissal
of a charge of disturbing the peace but
It aroused City Prosecutor E A Rogers
to declare that his office was being over
worked by wives who suffered attacks
of after regret
We have about a dozen cases each
week just like thIs one said the prose
cutor In police court and It is jut im
position on the police Not one wife in
a dozen will prosecute her husband after
she has been forced to call In the police
to protect herself
Of the last twenty cases of this char
acter brought before the police court
eighteen have been dismissed and the I
wIves have paid the costs in each case
BIRD OF FREEDOM IS
SUBJECT OF A SUIT
R Stenzel filed suit In the city court
yesterday against C V Anderson su
perIntendent of the county Infirmary for
15 the price of a gold eagle which An
derson is said to have bought from Sten
zel on Aug 7 The eagle originally cost
20 but Anderson paid 5 when he got
U Anderson thought he Was renting
the blydfor 5 for the G A R encamp
ment week but Stenzel claims he sold
it for 20 and that the superintendent
still owes him 15
ACCUSED OF USING
JUMPER ON WIRES
Jacob Held electrIcian at the Grand
theatre Is accused in a complaint filed
In the county attorneys office by the
Utah Light Railway company with
the theft of electricity The complaint
alleges that Held used
a jumper on
the feed wires and defrauded the elec
tric company to the amount of 75 The
case will come up before Judge J dL
Bowman
PURSE WITH A PASS i
FOUND IN A MAIL BOX
A purse containing eight baggage
checks and an employes pass evidently
the property ot five Japs was found by
a mall carrier In a mail box at Second
West and South Temple streets earlY
this mornIng and was turned In to Post
master Arthur L Thomas
SOCIETY
TODAYS EVENTS
The most important social cent
of this evening will be the society
vaudeville to be given at Whit
ney hall for the benefit of the free
kindergarten All other social at
fairs have given way to what
o promises to be one of the most in
teresting events of the season as
the women in charge as well as
the young girls taking part are
prominent in society circles On
that account as well as the worthy
Y cause for which the affair is given
the sale of tickets has been very
gratifyIng and the pretty little
hall will probably be crowded to
Its utmost capacity
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This afternoon at her home In
South Temple street Mrs James
v E Jennings will be the hostess at
a bridge tea which Is the second
v in a serIes of similar affairs
0 MIss Edythe Evans will gIve a 3
luncheon today In honor of Miss
Caroline WllllamsolJ one of the
seasons brides
Mrs C L Rod will entertain
today informally at luncheon com 3
plimentary to Mrs J F Evans
and Mrs Joseph Brinker
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The members of the Friday
Luncheon club will be entertained
today by Mrs EL M West at her
home in Eighth avenue
The J O i ciub will meet this
evening with Miss Florence Camp +
bell at her North Main street
home
The current events and current
literature section of the Ladies
Literary club will meet this after
noon at the club rooms at 215
oclock the topic for the day being
The Comic Supplement of the
Newspapers Miss Katherine r
page wlll lead the discussion on +
the affirmative side while Mrs
s Robert Steele will lead the nega
tive discussion The discussion on
t CIrrent topics will be led by Mrs
H K Klingender the chairman of
the 1ectlon
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Irs W H Ellison will be the
hostess at a bridge party to be
given this afternoon at her home
in East Second South street
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MRS ARTHUR WHITE
Who will do an especially clever
stunt In the society vaudeville at
Whitney hall tonight
Mrs Frank B Stephens and Mrs J
M Bowman were the hostesses at a de
lightful luncheon given at the Univer
sity club Thursday In compliment to
their guests Irs J F Evans of San
Francisco and Mrs Joseph Brinker of
St Louis who have proved to be very
popular durIng their stay in the city
Covers were laid for twentyfour and
the long table was laid In the beautiful
dinIng room of the club which was un
usually attractive with an artistic cen
tral decoration of Chetney roses ar
ranged In u long low cut glass and sil
ver bowl and also scattered loosely
over the board The place cards in
pink roses complete the dainty effect
Mr and Mrs John W Delano enter
tained very pleasantly last evening at
their apartments at the Bransford
when the guests of the evening were the
members of their whist club Five ta
bles of the game were played
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The Luncheon club was delightfully
entertained yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs R W Hill in the Caith
ness apartments Covers were laid for
eight members and Mrs F W Dunn
who was present as a guest of the club
Following the luncheon bridge games
were enjoyed by the guests Mrs W
B Williams of the Kensington apart
ments will be the hostess of the
club at its next meeting to be helu I
Thursday Dec 2
The Sewing club which was enter
tained yesterday afternoon at the home
of Irs William McCrea will meet
next Friday at the home of Miss Iamie
Sappington In South Twelfth East
street
Miss Esther Allen was the hostess at
the meeting of the College club held I
yesterday afternoon at her home in
FIrst avenue A delIghtful talk was
given by Mrs Charles Van Winkle and
following the tea the club members pre
vared semi books to send to the mis
sion children of Tennessee About
twentyfive members were present dur
ing the afternoon Miss Allen was as
sleted by Mrs O W Ott and Miss
Helen Boxrltd
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Miss Allie Fletcher entertaIned the I
members of the Undine club last night
at her home in South Sixth East street
A color scheme of yellow was charm
ingly carried out In the decorations
throughout the house chrysanthemums i
aril asters in the yellow tints being
used with pretty effect In the dining
room a mound of the blossoms graced
the center of the table and streamers
of yellow tulle were drawn from the
chandelier to the table Music and
games were enjoyed during the evening I
Miss Fletcher was assisted by Miss
Katherine Bums and Miss Addle
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Fletcher The next meeting of the club I
will be held at the home of Miss Kath
erine Gabbott In South State street
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The members of the T O N O club i
were charmingly entertained last night
by Miss Guy Clawson at her home in i
Canyon road Ii
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Miss Louise Spencer accompanied by
R B Perrine and Miss Stella PerrIne
left last night for Chicago where they
will visit friends I
Colonel I A Benton city passenger i
agent or the Denver Rio Grande rail
road left with Mrs Benton yesterday
for a weeks visit in Los Angeles 1
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Mrs L C RobInson and sister Miss
Noble have issued Invitations for a
lunlheon to be given next Wednesday I
at the Alta club I I
The regular Friday night hop at Fort I
Douglas has been postponed to Satl1r
day evening In order that the officers
and ladles of the post may attend tIre
society vaudeville this evening at
Whitney hall i
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Mrs Louise 31 George of the Los An i
geles Times spent Thursday In the city
en route to Washington D C where
she will continue her Journalistic work
In connection with the western daily
during the winter Mrs George is a I
cousin of John M Dickinson secretary II
ot war
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The Daughter of the Confederacy
will meet Friday afternoon Nov 26
with Miss Ruby Lee Nt 122 lcClel I
land avenue Instead of this afternoon I
with Mrs Farrell as previously an I
nounced
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111 and Mrs J T Treasure have re
turned from a months eastern trip I
during which time they vIsited in Chi
cago and at Mr Treasures home in
Gardner Ill and later Jin New York
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Miss Isabel Carpenter who has been
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a guest at the home ofllr and Mrs W
P Kiser for the past month will Wl
next week for her home In Washing
ton D C
Mr and Mrs Theron Geddes left last
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evening for Los Angeles where they
will spend the winter months wIth I
their daughter Mrs Hooper Dunbar
Mrs C H Stevenson returned Wed I
nesday morning frem a six months
visit In Seattle Mrs Stevenson was
the woman director of the Utah build I
Ing at the Seattle exposition and after I
the close of the fair she visited rela
tives In Chicago and Denver
1 I INCORPORATIONS J I I
The Motor company ot Salt Lake filed
articles of incorporation with the coun
ty clerk yesterday placing the capital
stock at OOOO In dollar shares of
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which 44800 shares are held in the I
treasury Officers arc A F Savage e
president A E White vice presIdent
M H Kriebel secretary and treasurer
They are the dIrectors with the addi
tion of E G Palmer
An amendment to the articles of In
corporation of the White Rocks Irriga
tion company of Vernal Ulntah county
was filed wIth the secretary of state
yesterday Increasing the capital stock
from 15000 to 30000 John C Bates
is president and H W Wool1ey is sec
retary
The Torrey IrrIgation company Of
Torrey Wayne county filed articles of
incorporation with the secretary of
state yesterday with a capital ot t00
In 5 shares Directors are Louis M
Chaffin James Huntsman William
Smith William C SmIth John A Han
cock A E Pierce and W B Lee
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