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Mrs David Keith will be the
hostess this afternoon at a bridge
tea at her home on East South
v Temple street
Mrs J Yalcott Thompson will
entertain this afternoon at a bridge
The first In a series of card par
ties will be given this afternoon by 3
Mrs William D Foster at her
home In B street
This evening Mr and Mrs EI
bridge Thomas will entertain the
members of the Friday Afternoon
Bridge club and their husbands
A large dancing party wlll take
place this evening at the Odeon
under the auspices of the Govern
ors club
Mrs A C Smith will entertain
the members of the Plate club to
day at luncheon
Mrs E M vest entertains her
bridge club this afternoon at her
The Sewing club meets this aft
v prnoon with MIss Iamle Supping
The regular meeting of the La
dies Literary club wlll be held this
afternoon at the club house Mrs
Adolph Simons will read a paper
on The hUd Labor Problem
and the Rev J E Carter will talk
on Tolstol Vocal selections wlll be
given by Miss Edna Dwyer and In
strumental by lIss Ethel Felt
The Daughters of the Confeder
acy will meet this afternoon with
Miss Ruby Lee
A meeting will be held this even
ing with Miss Kate Williams 177
Thirteenth East street In the In
terest of the organization of public
The monthly social of the Y W
C A will be held this evening In
the rest rooms In the Brooks Ar
r < v
Miss Flora Wilson whose concert en
gagement Is the soCial event of next
week Is also the recipient of much so
cial attention In the city during her
stay Miss Wilson is the possessor of
many elegant gowns one of which vas
worn Wednesday on the occasion of the
RobinsonNoble luncheon at the Alta
club This gown is a worth production
made of ashes of roses velvet trimmed
with prIceless lace the story of which
is of historic interest The beautiful
Irish lace was made for Queen Vlcto
rlns mother and worn by her The
waist Ib made with a Dutch neck and
has an entire front of the lace The
skirt 18 trimmed all around with the
lace formIng a panel effect In front the
width being twenty inches This lace
belonged to Secretary Vilsons uncle
Sir Andrew Lusk who was knighted
by Queen Victoria and Is now 102 years
Lady Lusl Is much interested in Miss
Wilsons career and on presenting her
with this valuable gift expressed her
best wishes hopIng that It would bring
her goed luck In her concert tour and
also requested that when she had fin
Ished wearing It she woulll give it to a
museum The exquisite design of large
leaves and flower petals 15 most beauti
fully wrought In fine threadwork The
beauty of thIs handsome gown Is also
enhanced by an edgIng of sable
Miss WIlson attended a luncheon giv
en Wednesday by Senator Smoot at the
Commercial club to the football team
and ladies from Logan and spoke to the
boys relating Incidents of her brothers
college life where he was a noted ath
lete and the idol of his class He is now
a professor In Brooklngs college Miss
Wilson who will address the Ladles
club at Logan next Tuesday afternoon
expressed herself as much pleased with
the attention she has receIved and
charmed with the ladles whom she has
met and also remembers with pleasure
her visit here six years ago when she
accompanied her father In a tour of this
western country
At Rowland Hall Thursday MIss Col
burne entertained at a beautifully ap
pointed dinner when the decorations of
the table and dining room were In white
chrysanthemums Covers were laid for
Mrs J F Spalding of Denver Bishop
Spalding and Miss Spalding Dean and
Mrs S R Collady and children Mr
and Mrs William C Jennings and fam
Ily and Mrs Overfield In the evening
the pupils at the hall gave a delightful
german when the figures were grace
fully carried out and the favors were
handsome and unique
T r
I Among the number of elaborate
Thanksgiving dinners given at the Alta
club one of the largest was given by
Mr and Mrs J M Davis who enter
tained seventeen friends The oval table
was laid in the red room and was very
attractive with a crystal basket of nar
cissus tied with yellow tulle and light
ed by yellow shaded candelabra The
white and gold effect was furthered by
the place cards which bore the mono
gram of the hostess In gold
At Fort Douglas yesterday Thanks
givIng dinners were enjoyed at many of
the officers quarters Captain and Mrs
W A Caenaugh entertained a family
party of twelve Including Mrs Cav
enaughs parents Judge and Mrs C S
Zane and sisters Mrs Henkle of ChI
cago and Mrs Margaret Zane Witcher
John 11 Zane of Chicago Mr and Mrs
Franklin S ZanE and children of San
Francisco and Zane Witcher Captain
and Mrs Bryan Conrad also entertained
a number of friends at dinner
Mr and Irs Joseph Young and son
Lee gave a dinner at their home yester
day when covers were laid for eleven
The long table was gracefully decorated
with baskets of autumn fruit Those
present were Dr and Irs P S Keogh
Mr and Mrs N r Sheckell Mrs Eliz
abeth Bonnemort Mrs Mary Buchanan
Miss Sheckell and Owen Sheckell
> K < to
Miss Ivy Knight entertained at a
pleasant affair last evening for Miss
Vera and Inah Klingman before they
leave for California
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Mrs J D Wood left Tuesday for
southern California for an indefinite
stay 4
Mr and Mrs Frank J Hagenbarth
have returned from an eastern trip
Mrs Paul Lincoln arrived Wednesday
from Los Angeles and Is the guest of
her sister Mrs W H Nutting In Sec
ond avenue Mrs Lincoln will soon join I
her husband In Mexico where he holds I
an Important position with a well
known promoting company at one of
the mines
Dr and Mrs E I Thorne and Miss
Theme will be at home to their friends
after December 1 at 767 First avenue
1 Mrs Mary M Ryan wlll start the
Shakespeare club this afternoon at her
i home 115 Fourth East street fJ
Miss Flora Wilson daughter of the
secretary of agriculture occupied the
box of Mr and Irs Heber J Grant
as their guest at the Salt Lake theatre
last night and saw the performance of
The Serenade bv the Salt Lakers
Other members of the box party were
Mrs A W lcCune Mrs Ann Groes
beck and Miss Maud May Babcock
Miss Wilson is to sing at the Shubert
next Monday night
IIaY a You Investigated This Sale
On best makes of Pianos ana at prices tOO 125 to 200 below regular is
the polr that knocks the persinl1l1on
Phis Great Club Sale has been the means of placing l110re than 60 pianos in
I tab homes during the past four days If the value vas not here if the
pril ps 1vere not extraordinarily low and the terms unusually easy to sell
GO pianos ill that length of time would 10 111 possible
Vhy pay 5 or 6 per 1110nth rent on a piano when that amount will lllY
most of 1 these fine pianos Vhy throw away your money 1 Vli r not conIC
to this sale select one of those fine instruments have it sent to your hOlne
and let that 5 or 6 apply towards paying for your own piano 2 ATe yon
0oi11 ° to miss the opportnllity Remember there were only 128 pianos
to sell in this Club Sale Sixtythree have been taken 1 here s danger in
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Important I 275 U prIg h is choice size Standard 191Q of 5 styles grade makes mahog large your N ow 137
any oak and walnut fin
Itemelllher 3OU 11ue the Ishes Some are handsome
privilege of thehe of club reluelul sale price any 300 U PriO h ts uses Iy Caned others In plain N OW 153
just 830 For InMinnee the
1luno mnrkel ot tt151 ntll 10 CASH
only cost you 51 = 1 = those 325 Uprights Now 188
mnrked nt tII still only 150 PER WEEK
cost ou 9100 those murk
ell ot 37 rill naly cost
011 501 ete etc lie sure
to ok us about the for 1 Only six of these fine
1 offer ne make styles lbft ChoIce of two
makes Veneers In beautl
Used Uprights 350 T Prit 9 High Choice fun I mahogany grade for 1910 and walnut stles N OW 196
Here is Sour opportu
nily to secure n fine sllght 150 PER WEEK
h used upright 1t umll
cost Some cf these nit
like ntn nil of diem ItUlr Seven extremely hand
nulle1 to be In splendid some high grade uprights
condition Note the good choice of three wellknown
mukNl Intu1ell 3 75 U h t makes In very best mahog N 237
priO ill any oak and fancy walnut OW
1 JiC Ikerlng ColonIal designs
Q 187 10 CASH
1 saio ri11QS Iinrverd 150 PER WEEK
1 50 Conoer
A number of the very
j lhb j best and highest grade up
400 UprIohts rlghtE the names of these Now 263
1 350 IClmbnll 5 pianos a guarantee of their
I lU 6 450 U prlO 1 ts and in high great finishes character variety choice and of worth stYle of 5 N ow 296
1 saoo Stelnnn makes the best product
337 500 Uprights of the best makers N OVV 318
1 8600 f32 enac 55 0 U prIg 1 ts 175 PER WEEK N0w 347
Esraaus EO s o
Mix half ounce of Concentrated pine
compound with two ounces of glycerine
and a half pmt of good whiskey shake
It well each time and use In doses of a
teaspoonful to a tablespoonful every foul
hours These Ingredients can be hall
from any good druggist or he will get
them from his wholesale house anyone
can mix them This Is said to be the
quickest cough and cold cure known to
science The Concentrated pine Is a spe
cIal pine product and comes only In half
ounce bottles each enclosed In an aIr
tight case but be sure it Is labeled Con
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This is one of the new pleated dresses
which the 1I10yen Age frock has made
fashionable Thc material is dark green
flannel with bindings and covered but
ton molds of tan colored cloth
This pattern is cut in four sizes 4 6 8
and 10 years Size 6 requIres 4 yards of
21 inch material Price of pattern 485
Is 10 cents
Ko 485
Name n I
Address nnunr
Fill out blank and send to Pattern
Department of this newspaper
PreChristmas Sale
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Every department is teeming with preChristnlas sale bargains
hundreds of them crowd the tables and fill the counters for ready
and sweeping clearancenever have ve featured a more YMuegiv
ing event and never have the assortments been better
Friday and Saturday
Domestics Reduced
I One lot of 35 pairs of extra heavy
gray and brown mottled sheet blan
kets full double bed size never sold
regularly for less than 2
1 50
the pairthis sale
Twenty pairs of allwool plaid blan
kets in a choice of patterns full dou
ble bed sizeworth 700
5 00
the pairsale
Vhite crochet bed spreads in full
double bed size over 50 in the assort
ment worth 175
1 25
this sale
Twenty whole bolts of SECO
SILKS the popular sheer half silk
and half wool fabric popular for
evening gowns waists dresses etc
featured in all colorsworth 39c
sale the yard 29c
Imitation Vanilla
is Poisonous
It not only impairs the fla
vor of your desserts but it
harms your digeStion as well
Burnett Vanilla is not
nly absolutely pure and
healthful but it gives a rare
rich delicious flavor that is
decidedly different from any
other extrad It costs no
more than the ordinary vanilla
Insist upon yeur grocer send
jug you
Burnett s Vanilla
1000 yards of the new winter fab
ricIdealenIl Waistings27 inches
wide and in patterns and colorings
very much like ViyelIa FJnnl1els
worth 25c the yard
sale 19 C
Fine wool clmlJi06500 yards in the
assortmentcotton warp Challios in
mostly Persian patternsabout 15
patternsworth 45c the
ardsale 35 C
1000 yards of white outing flannel
27 inches wide in extra heavy quali
tiesworth 121hc the yard
sale 813C
10dozen assortment of scarfs and
squares and centerpieces odd lots left
from our great linen salenearlF all
sizes to select fromworth from 75c
to 100 each r
sale 50c
When the
Stomach Stops
Working Properly Because There Is
Wind in it Use Stuarts Dyspepsia
Tablets to Set it Going Again
A Trial Box Fret
THE DOCTORS call It flatuleney but
unprofessional folks know It as wind on
the stomach and a most distreseing
state of things It III It Is a serious con
dition of thIII great motor organ Always
annoyIng and painful In the extreme at
times often leadIng to bad and fatal re
sults The stomach embarrassed and
hampered with wind cannot take are of
Its food properly and indigestion follows
and this has a train too appalling to enu
merate The entire system Is Implicated
made 81 active or passive factor b1 this
trouble and life soon becomes a question
able boon
books how undigested food causes
gasses by fermentation and font ntation
In which process some essential flu is are
destroyedburnt upwasted hy ncdl
aCtIon followed by defective nltntion
and the distribution through thr iI1men
tary trlUt of chemically wrong rl I < menu
and as a consequence the ttorn and
entire system Is starved Plent I food
you see but spoilt In prepaidhon and
worse than worthless
ome of evil nothing too bad tn I1nata
from It but the gas It generates IS prob
ably Its worst primary effect cud the
only way to do away with this is I to re
move the cause STI ARTS DT + PEP
SIA TABLETS go to the root + f this
trouble They attack the gas n king
foods and render them harmless Flatu
lency or wind on the stomach simply can
not exist whEre these powerful ini Won
derworking little tablets are JT1 llncE
THEY W ERE MADE for this se 1 pur
pose to attack gas makIng fonds < 11 on
vert them Into proper nutriment This Is
their province and officE A whole uooit I
could be written about them and then
not all told that might be told with profit
to sufferers from this painful hrcase
dyspepsia It would mention the years 01
patient and expensive experiment In ef
fort to arrive at this rt8uItof faiure4
Innumerable and at last success It oull
make mention of the different st mach
correctives that enter In to this tablet
and make It faithfully represent all
not along Intended for the slll but well
folks as well for the person who craves
hearty foods and wants to fat heartily
and run no risk of bad effects thy act
like a c arm and make eating and diges
tion a delight and pleasure lh r ket >
the stomach active and energetic and able
and willing to do extra work without spe
cial labor or effort Dont forget this
well people are often neglected but th3
them In mind
sent anyone who wants to know just
what they art how they look and fast
before beginning treatment with them
After this go to the drug storE for them
everywhere here or at horn the are
50 cents a box and by getting thln at
home you will save time and postage
Your doctor will prescribe thr1 they
say there are 40000 doctors u in them
but when you know what is the rtitter
of yourself why go to the xpn 01 a
prescription Fo frE1 trial Iuhuge I ad
dress F A Stuart Co 150 Stunt Bidd
InJr Marshall Michigan
P S Better send today for saIrps or
the tablet You wilt set quite a box at
A QUIET WEDDING took place yester
day morning at 10 oclock at the
home of William II Stewart of Pleas
ant Grove when his daughter Miss
Stewart was married to Dr C S
Jones of AmerIcan Fork The cere
mony was performed by Bishop S L
Swenson In the presence uf a few
Immediate friends of the family Mr
and Mrs Jones will be at home In
American Fork after December 10
JAMES E CLINTON chairman of the
board of county commissioners Is
now the local representative of
Hecht LIebmann Co of Boston
who have opened a wool office in the
D F Walker building
Rabbi Joseph Hevesh will preach to
night 011 It Is a Good ThIng to Give
ThanKs Unto the Lord Regular
services will be held beginnIng at 8
Mrs Freund returned yesterday from
the east where they visited for some
time At Temple BNal Israel at 8
oclock tonight regular services will
te held and Rabbi Freund will give
his Impressions of the conference of
American rabbIs at whIch lie was
preFent In New York
a structural Iron worker fell from
1 grder In the new Denver Rio
rande station and fractured a kne 1
He was taken to the KeoghHam
mnd hospital where he will bg laid
tp for two weeks or more
JOHN P IEAKIN returned to Salt
Lake yesterday from southern Utah
where he has been on a lecturing
tour ThE cElebrating of Thanksgiv
Ing this year had double significance
fr l1r and Mrs Meakln for It was
the thirtyseventh anniversary of
their marriage
Diet of Wildcat Meat Provided I
To Promote Ferocity in Chinese I
Since the possibility has arisen that
the Yee family of ChInese In Salt Lake
and the amiable organIzation of hIgh
binders known as the On Yuck tong
may clash In this city Chief of Police
S l1 Barlow and other he ids of de
partments In local police circles have
been buoy studying the habits and
characteristics of the On Yuck tong
meanwhile keeping a weather eye open
for any of the society that may appear
In this city In this way the police
have learned some interesting things
through local members of the Yee fam
ily and correspondence from San Fran
cisco i
Not least interesting among too In
formation received by the pOlice 115 that
the prospective visitors to Salt Lake
are feeding on wild cat meat Mem
bers of the Yee family have told Chief
Barlow that a mans food affects his
dispositlor that It he eats rabbit
stew he will be mildmannered as a
bunny that If he eats roast wildcat
he absorbs the ferocIty of the wildcat
Six Pees have been murdered within
the last two weeks Now accordIng
to the police the hatchet men of the
two tongs are gorging themselves with
wildcat meat so as to attain the prop
er frame of mInd to kill a few more
of their enemies
One On Yuck tong man Is saId to
have overfed hImself and he had to be
sent to the lunatic asylum Besides
having acute indigestion he was as
wild as the wildest wildcat In the SI
erras Another tong man ate a wild I
cat fricassee and jumped from a SEC
ond story window onto the back 01 I
a Yee man He lost eight of his wild
cat lives on the pavement and sur
geons hope to preserve the nInth The
pOlice will see that no wildcat meat
Is displayed In butcher stalls In Salt
No strange Chinamen are known to
have come to the city since Yee Luke
sought protection for the Yee family
last Monday Certain rra mbers 0 the
Yee family are saId to be turning
whIter dally but the police have as
yet been unable to unearth any plot
against their peace
Public Apology and Tearful
Promise Brings Release
for Offender
Masher impudence and the custom of
accosting and Insulting women on the
streets of Salt Lake was delivered a solar
plexus blow by Patrolman Edward Mc
Cormick last night when he arrested C D
Qulstberg an employe of tilt Imperial
Printing company and compelled him to
acknowledge the Insult he had been guilty
of In accosting two women who were un
Patrolman lcCormIcks method was ef
fective In bringing his youthful prIsoner
to tears contrition and apology whereby
he obtained his release on his solemn
promise never again to accost a woman
with whom he had no speaking acquaInt
Qulstberg was accompanied by a num
ber of friends and Patrolman McCormick
IncludEd all In a scathing denunciation
of youths who annoy and Insult women on
the street The patrolman said he had
caught QulstbErg In the act of following
two women who were trying to escape
his attentions He placed him under ar
rest and both women stated that he was
0 stranger to them At this point the
patrolman says Qulstberg ostentatiously
produced a note pad and pencil and proceeded
eeded to make an Impudent threat that
he would get the policeman for Inter
Impudence faded before the yawning
doors of the jail however and the youth
pleaded tearfully to be released Patrol
man McCormick then insisted that he
make public apology there and then for
his action and after one more glance at
the jail Qulstberg said the patrolman
was correct In hIs statement that he had
Insulted the women and had not seen
them before A circle of friends who had
Ent red the police station with grinning
faces left with looks of respect for the
poWEr of a policeman In such cases
Specials Menus Provided < at
Commercial Alta and
University Clubs
Though It Is an accepted fact that
an excuse of being at the club does not
ga In any well regulated home even on
Thanksgiving day all of the clubs of
Salt Lake were well populated yes
terday and the spirit of conviviality
and good cheer abounded
At the Alta club whIch at times
houses a representation of wealth that
would make some unbelievers from the
east stagger under the appreciation of
vast fortunes the members held open
house aU day A dinner that would
bring joy to the heart of the epIcure
was served and following each service
there was a good old time at various
games or In conversation whIch mad
one forget that outsIde there was
cheerless weather The clubman was
at home Until late In the evening the
spirit of holiday pervaded the club
Over at the University club a big
dinner was served during the after
noon and the remaInder of the day
was spent In the manner that college
men usually find entertaInIng and In
The Elks club entertaIned many a
wayfarer yesterday Some uf the vIs
itors belong In Salt Lake and have
caught the club habit with such a grip
that not even the tics hat link thEm
to home will drag them away on
Thanksgiving day Those from afar
carrying the escutcheon of the antlered
herd were entertained royally
For the member to whom the club
typifies home the Commercial clutt
with its cosy cheery atmosphere of
fered a welcome and comfort espe
cially to the one who had no place
else to go
From 2 to 8 oclock Thanksgiving
II dinner was served in the main dinIng
hall and many of the club members
with their families took advantage or
the elaborate and speciallY prepared
menu The dinner included the choice
lof the ThanksgivIng season viands and
delicacies and was tastefully prepared
During the afternoon and evening
the quiet observer of the holiday con
tented himself with plylng billiard
cards or resting hImself in the depth
of a big lounging chair with one or
the magazInes Here and there In the
corners were groups of three or four
who preferred chatting aDd swapping
Through the courtesy of Joseph E
alne secretary of the Commercial
club the newspaper men who cover
the club In their dally work were the
guests at dinner and made to feel that
thEre was something more to Thanks
giving day fOr them than work

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