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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 23 1909 5
lOCIETY I
TODAYS EVENTS
ey iJ A luncheon will be given today 0
t > by Mrs O R Powers nt her home i
y Llngerlonger in honor of Mrs y
v Walter Stone who Is visiting with >
her sister Mrs John Marshall ti
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o Mrs A D TobIn will entertaIn 0
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< j > day wIth n luncheon at 1 oclock r >
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U The members of the Qulngentn
I rand club will be entertained this e >
e afternoon at the home of Mrs V
II Ellison 240 East Third street >
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The wedding oC Miss Zelia Gur y
i C ley and Carl N Stevenson will take < e
place this evening at 8 oclock the G
Q > ceremony to be performed by the e
I Rev Mr Hogan 0
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Tha Vomans club meets this af 0
terncon with Mrs T W hlteley 0
< t In her home 13 N street A < b
< > paper will be rend by Mrs Cook < >
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< 1 A dancIng party wB be given this 1
c evening at the Twentieth ward 0 I
amusement hall under the aus J
o plces of the Mutual Improvement J
o association of the ward Dancing V
G will begin at 9 oclock and a large 0
o number of chaperons will superln 0
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Notwithstanding that the Country
club season Is practicallY over there
are rumors from time to time of pleas
ant little socIal affairs taking place
within the walls of the hospitable club
house A particularly delightful affair
occurred one evening last week when
a delicious dinner was hurriedly pre
pared and enjoyed by about twenty of
the club members after which the
guests gathered around the blazing fire
In the oldfashioned hearth and made
merry with story and song So en
tirely successful was the occasion that
a similar event Is planned to take place
in the near future
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It wm be welcome news to the young
er members of society that the social
I committee of the University club has
Issued invitations for one of their pop
ular dances to take place on Wednes
day evening In the parlors of the club
I house It has been the custom for
many years at Thanksgiving time for
this hospital clubhouse to be the scene
I of an elaborate social event
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Among thE many dinners planned for
Thanksgiving one that will appeal
strongly to every member of socIety
Is the anImal dinner at the Orphans
nome and Day nursery These dinners
have been made possible in years past
by generous donations from all classes
and It Is desired by the women In charge
that the coming collation shall not fall
below the usual standard Donations
of money or eatables may be sent to
Mrs E I Thorne 611 South Main
street or to Mrs Ferdinand Dickert 43
Bransford apartments
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Major and Mrs Andrew J Rowan
who were so popular during their stay
In Salt Lake when Major Rowan was
stationed at Fort Douglas are now
pleasantly situated in San Francisco in
their own home on Russian Hill Major
Rowan having recently been retired
from military service
Captain and Mrs W A Cavanaugh of
Fort Douglas will entertain at a fam
ily dinner in their quarters at the post
Thanksgiving day when their guests
will include Mrs Cavanaughs parents
Judge and Mrs C S Zane Irs W H
Henkel and John M Zane of Chicago
and Mr and Mrs Franklin A Zane of
San Francisco who are guests of Judge
and Mrs Zane
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A cablegram has bee received by Mr
and Irs Seth W Morrison from Naples
announcIng the safe arrival of Mr and
Mrs Chauncey P Overfield who sailed
from New York November 6 for a bridal
trip which will include many points of
Interest In the old world
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Lieutenant G A Vlescr has returned
from Arizona and Is at Fort Douglas
where he will be joined soon by Mrs
Vieser who has lately returned from
a sixmonth trip abroad
Mrs George John Romania of Eng
land and her friend Miss Watkins ar
rived In the city Monday and are
guests at the home of Bishop F S
Spalding 444 East First South street
Mrs Romania who is distinguished In
literary circles In England has lectured
In the principal cities In the United
States and will speak Informally this
evening at the bishops house and
Wednesday evening will give a lecturE
on Dante at Rowland hall
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Captain and Mrs John E Woodward
left Sunday for Governors Island hay
Ing come to Salt Lake to attend the
funeral services of Mrs Woodwards
mother Irs Mary Judge
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A pleasant card part was given Mon
day evening by the Daughters of Vet
erans at the home of Mrs Richards 517
Third East street
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Mr and Mrs So J Lynn and dauh
tem Irs A L Cowan and Miss Win
nlfred Lynn will leave the early part
of December for Los Angeles and the
beaches where they will spend the win
ter months
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Dilpert Dickert who Is a senior at
Cornell will spend the Thanksgiving
vacation In Philadelphia going with the
other students to see the great football
game
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Mr and Mrs Duncan cViehle have
returned from a months visit In the
east
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+ Exclusive Winter
Millinery
50c 011 the Dollar
12 Price Sale
A great HalfPrice PreHoliday Sale Our entire stock
of winter millinery trimmings ribbons plumes flow
ers veils scarf and accessories reduced for a sweep
ing PreHoliday Clearance to 50c on the dollar It is
Banks Greatest Millinery Salean event that each
year crowds the tore to its fullest capacity If you
need a hat for street or dress select from these this
week at 50c on the dollarOneHalf Price
A great
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For this week we feature
a reduction of 3313 per
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ff furs From the cheap
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and childrcnts furs re
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Imported Models to Close Out150 beautiful suits
and dresses regular prices 100 to 150
Close Lot at 5000 i
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One lot special dresses to close regular prices 22
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ANOTHER LOT COMPRISES OUR NEWEST
TAILORMADE SUITS Regular 2500 to 6500 Suits
14959 1750 and 4000 I
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1250 waists I
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This is 8 plain single breasted little
coat with n wide cape collar The mate
rial is red with ribbons used for the neck
The design would be desirable for almost
any kind of cloth
This pattern Is cut in 3 sizes 2 4 and
6 years Size 6 requires 3144 yards of 21
inch material Price of pattern 4S6 L
10 cents
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Fill ont blank and send to Pattern
Department of this newspaper
GRAND BALL by Ladles Society
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and
Englnemen Wednesday evening Ko
vember 24 at conervatory haiL Public =
Invited
A Skin of Beauty IS n Joy pore
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< The piano is the visible sign of culture in every gentle household
Y A fine illstrulllent bespeaks eloquently the musical feeling the ar
tistic appreciation of the family alll lends a certain distinction to
its ellYironlllellt however simple
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Ny GREAT CLUB SALE
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MEANS A SAVING OF
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Donrt Wait Until Tomorrow
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GET IT TODAY
The first days results reached the highwater mark in piano selling in the Intermountain Country We were positive
the prudent piano buyers would be quick to take advantage of this unusual opportunity but must admit that our es
timate of the number who would join the Club the first day was far too small
But think of what an opportunity this is The choice of the worlds best makes to Club Members Only 8t discounts
of 100 125 150 and even 200 and the Club Membership Fee is only 101 and the payments as low as 5 monthly
Are you going to miss this opportunity Surely not Investigate Come to the store today or this evening but ACT
ACT QUICKLY before they are all gone
Here Are Our Cub Sale Prices o 10 CashS a Morath
Yon ran even make an extra saying of 30 on
We say that < < 1000 sends a piano home at a saving of
these Hale PrIces Read 2 for 1 offer
our great
b 10000 12500 to 20000 Thats a fact But yon can
+ 230 PianosClub Rule Price + 108 make a still greater saving How By paying a little
275 PianosClub Hale Price 137 more cash down at the time of purchase You can in
300 PianosClub Sale Price 168 crease the saving just OOO additional to the first saying
as we WIll allow 200 credIt for dollar at
paId
you every
t 3 > 5 PianosClub Sale P r ce 1t188 I
time of purchase in excess of 1000 and up to 4000 Read
350 PIanosClub Sale PrIce 19b the table carefully
375 PianosClub Sale Price 237 W
100 PianosCJub Hale Price 263 HOW TO JOIN THE CLUB
450 PianosClub Sale Price 296 Simply come to the store the earlier the better and select
500 PianosClub Hale Price + 332 your piano at the club price which is plainly marked m
550 PianosClub Sale Price 387 each instrument and from which there wIll be no deV1a
c hon pay the club membershIp fee of 1000 and have the
600 PianosClub Sale Price 48
piano sent right to your home You dont have to wait 4
650 PianosClub Sale P rIce ph 8 j until 1 the club is filled YOU GET YOUR INSTRUMENT
YERPSANOS AT ONCE No delay Xo strings attached to this offer
o There are just 128 pianos to be sold at these extremely low
60 layer pianos Club I sale plce 110
club sale prices Only 128 people can participate in the
700 PlarerlHanos Club sale price 4S5 benefits that naturaIIy are theirs by reason of such an im
750 Playerpianos Club sale Place540 mense number of pianos being bought in practically one
850 Playerpianos Club sale price 0 620 deal
What It Means to Club Members Our Great 2 for 1 Offer
FirstChoice of the 1910 styles of the best factories
Secures choice of many of these fine Pianos at the
in the world Club Sale Price The Piano is sent to your house at once
SecondA saving to each club member Qf 10000 No delay No waiting You get the Piano immediately
12500 to 20000 after you make your selection and make the club member
ThirdSpecial terms of payment to those l who do not ship payment which is only 1000 The monthly pay
desire to pay cash and at no advance in prIce meats are as low as 500 or we will make other terms to
FourthOnl 1000 cash is required to become a suit you
member Pay 1000 down and get receipt for 1000
FifthImmediate delivery of piano Pay 1250 down and get receipt for 1500
SixthOne years free tuning Pay 1500 down and get receipt for 2000
SeventhMonthly paYnrents as low as 500 Pay 750 down and get receipt for 2500
Pay 000 down and get receipt for 3000
EighthOur great 2for1 offer enables you to save
Pay 2500 down and get receIpt for 4000
even a greater amount in your purchase 1
Pay i 3000 down and get receipt for 5000
Pay 3500 down and get receipt for 6000
Outof Town Buyers Pay 4000 down and get receipt for 7000
People living out of the city should write telegraph or
Rmneulber 10 IS all that IS required to become
phone us at once if unable to come to the store Simply
tell US what price you wish to pay and terms of payment a Club Member and you save 100 125 to 200
We will select the instrument for you and ship to your
railroad station under the strict guarantee that it must be Write today or can us up on tIre phone Act and act
satisfactory on arrival and examination or no sale and quickly Dont miss this opportunity
without expense to you Remember our phone number 328 either line
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ONE THOUSAND DOl
lARS GIVEN AWAY
EVERY FAMILY TO HAVE A BANK
ACCOUNT
WE HELP THOSE THAT HELP
THEMSELVES
Buy your goods of Iullett Clothing
company and they will tart a bank ac
count for you
We will present to one member of
each family who purchases ten dollars
worth or more ot goods at our store a
bank book or certificate of deposit on a
local bank with a credit equaling 5
per cent of the amount of the first pur
chase made by such family and Inter
est will be paid on said bank account
from November first
It Is our Intention to assist the fam
ily in Increasing the said deposit from
time to time by causing a certain per
centage of the amount of subsequent
purchases by said family at our store
to be credited to said deposit The
goods purchased may be from any or
all of our departments
It you want to start a family savings
account we will furnish you an oppor
tunity of increasing the same In the fu
ture at our expense
Visit our subway workingmens prof
itsharing department
Gee show window The money Is on
display ready for your bank account
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POSTMASTER IS GIVEN
THREE ADDITIONAL MEN
In addition to the granting of four addi
tional man carriers to the Salt Lake post
office by the department at Washington
as announced In The HeraldRepublican
Sunday Postmaster Arthur L Thomas
has received word that three additional
clerks have hen granted In the local
office ThIs addition is all that had been
asked Ly the postmaster
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HAS TROUBLE ENOUGH
Judge Bowman Discharges Man
Whose Family Was Killed
Youve had trouble enough without
adding drunkenness to it said fudge
J M Bowman yesterday afternoon In
discharging William Davey who with
tears streaming down his face salll he
had lost his wife and four children In 1
fln Idaho snowsllde last winter The
mans reply came in answer to the
courts casual question Are you a
man of flJmlly
Yes said the man breaianh down
compl2t b I have two children left 1
Four tIled in an Idaho snowlIde and
I lost my wife at the same time One
of my children is in Idaho and the other
one is In Oregon I havent been so
ber very often since the accident hap
pened
WEATHER AffECTS MANY
Police Court Judge Says Dark Days
Make Men Fight and Docket
Proves It
Its the weather does It declared
Judge J M Bowman yesterday after
noon after he had arraigned half a
dozen men on battery charges and the
list showed others still to be brought
up for alleged acts or violence
Give us a few gloomy days and the
most peaceably Inclined man will sur
prise everybody by going out and try
Ing to batter somebodys countenance
out of shape said the judge
It mined Saturday and Sunday
Monday afternoons police court dock
et showed the results Pete ahorra
and Peter Bendick pleaded not guilty
to charges of battery It was alleged
that they had assaulted Theq Gust on
West Second South street Saturday
night They will be tried December 2
J and T Spllllotopolls had assaulted
another Greek and their case was con
tinued for hearing later
John Gill was also charged with bat I
tery Clara Gill being the complaining
witness He was allowed two weeks on
probation
A W Scott of the Scott Mines com
pan charged with battery wm be tried
Monday November 29
C Y Lee Joe Oho and S C Chlo were
charged with lighting and disorderly
conduct In Commercial street Sunday
night Chlo was fined 5 on his plea
of guilty and the other two cases were
set for trial December 3

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