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f THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909
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Most Interesting ProgrQm
Is Made Up for Food Show
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RIGGSES BIG AERIAL ACT
As Interesting ns varied will be the
program for the coming week at the
food and Industrial exposition now be
Ing held In the auditorium In Richards
street During toe week every after
noon and evening wIll have Its especial
event and as an additional drawing
card there will be the Rlggses styled
the king and queen ot aerial wire walk
ers and balancers
The Riggses In private life Mr and
Mrs John Riggs will begin their en
gagemont Monday afternoon They I
come heralded as something entirely I
new and presenting a novel and unique
act to oven the blase of Salt Lake
Their work on the slender thread at
steel In midair Is said to be nothing
short ot wonderful In Its daredevil and
spectacular features
On Monday afternoon the postponed
baby show will be held There are al
ready 117 babies entered In the parade
and many more will be brought to the
front before the time ot the award ot
prizes Monday afternoon Three silver
ClIpS and twelve other prizes Including i
the funny Billiken dolls will be awarded
to the fifteen most popular babe Mon
day night given over to the grocers
and butcher will have as Its feature
the gold medal meat cutting contest
Two expert butchers will enter Into the
contest each cutting the halt ot a bee
The meat cut wIll be distributed as pros
tnts among the vIsitors to the exposition 1
tlon that I
on night I
Breadmaking Contest
I Tuesday afternoon the housewives
will be given a chance to watch and
participate In a breadmaking contest
In whIch three prizes will be awarded
Tuesday night the members ot frater
nal orders will own the exposition
The most popular young woman visit
Ing the exposition Wednesday will be
the recipient of a prize chosEn with care
by Manager A A Tremp for that aft
ernoon will be Young Ladles day i
The evening will be Society night
and Tag night when at least forty
women wlll receive presents
Thursday will be excursion day from
Ogden and other nearby towns ar
rangements having been made for the
running ot special trains on that day
The telephone central girls and store
clerks will have the evening as their
own at the fair
Friday afternoon trill be devoted to
another baby show In which prizes will
be awarded to me most handsome
baby the fattest baby the prettiest
Japanese Chinese or negro baby and
as good measure a present wIll be given I
to the best looking twIns The man
ufacturers wlll have a second Inning In I
the attention ot the public on Friday I
afternoon j
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Saturday afternoon will be the lat
chlldren3 day and Saturday night will
be Everybodys nIght and the good
bye I
A REUNION OF WOODMEN
Big Class Initiation of Lodge Will
Be Held During Visit of High
Officers
What promises to be the most sucoess
ful class Initiation and reunion ever con
ducted by thaorder f In this state will to
held by the Woodmen of the World of
rtah Wednesday night December 1 at
I i Armory hall Pierpont street Following
the Initiation of a class of 150 candidates
a musical and literary program will be
given and this wlll be followed In turn
by the serving ot retresllments
I I Boak head consul and other head
camp officers wlll reach Salt Lake Tues
day night On Thursday morning the of
ficers will leave for Ogden where In the
evening they will meet with camps In
trio northern part of the state A special
train bearIng members of the local
amps wlll leave at 7 p m and return
from Ogden at midnight On Friday even I
Ing a large delegation will accompany the
had camp officers to Logan where the
last meeting of the serIes will be held
I CITY BREVITIES II
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MRS P A SDIPKIN wife ot the pas
tor of Phillips Congregational church
was operated upon at Sl Marks hos
pital yesterday and Is reported to have
passed through tq ordenl successfully
She was resting easily last night
A GRAND TIME Is promised Monday
night when the Swedish Brotherhood
and Sisterhood join hands In a socIal <
evening In Eagles hall There Is an It
agreement between the Brotherhood add I
Sisterhood that at any time when a
fifth Monday falls In one month that I
the two organizations get together
MRS H L NELSON of Xo 261 Third
avenue announces the engagement of
her sister Miss Yinnle Bates to Charles
E Allen The marriage will take place
In Salt Lake late In December
THE BUILDING fund for a home for
the family of the late Fisher Harris
Is now 2600 having been increased dur
Ing the week from 1800 according to
Secretary Joseph Caine of the Commer I
clal club
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MORETON FRED EN the English econ
omist will give a talk on Silver at I I
the Commercial club on the evening of
December 1 I <
VICE PRESIDENT GLADWIN ot the
Home Life Insurance company of New
York caller on Colonel G B Squires
state Insurance commissioner recently
THE REV C E PERKINS will preach
at the state prison this afternoon at the
regular service
JOSIE ELLERS demented by drink was
yesterday committed to the state mEn
tal hospital by JUdge T D Lewis The
woman has spent most of the last few
years either In the city or county jail
JOHN P MEAKIN and Mrs Meakin
have returned from a lecture trip
through the southern portion ot the I
state j I
AS A RESULT ot seven discourses on
Salvation at the Volunteers gospel
hall the past week Evangelist 1ackey
had the satisfaction of seeing 43 con
versions Similar meetings will be cop
tlnued during the coming week
C H WILCKE of this
city received a r
telegram from Dublan Iex announc
Ing the death of Helaman Pratt for
merly ot Salt Lake Ilelaman Pratt
was the son of Parley Pratt and was
for years a resident of the Eighteenth
ward He served for a number ot years
on the Salt Lake police force
MRS JUNE S ODONNELL was oper
ated upon for appendicitis at the L D
S hospital yesterday and recovery
seems certaIn
MR AND iRS A I GAUMER an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter Lulu to Frank Johnson The mar
riage will take place In December
MISSES EDNA IARCROFT and Helniar
Ekstrand will give a china showEr
Tuesday evening In honor of Edna Hill
a December bride
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A BIEBER who was hurt on a street I
car a few weeks ago Is now Impro I
Ing being under the care ot a physi I
cian I
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D H ROBERTS has resigned the post r
tion of stenographer for the Seventh
district court ot Utah In order to de
vote his time to business In Salt Lake
Mr Roberts served for nearly five years
as reporter under JUdge Ferdinand
Ericksen and JUdge A H Christensen I
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MR AND MRS HYRUI J SMITH an I
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter Vera to Mr EdwIn N Austin the i
wedding to take place In January I
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BABYS TERRIBLE
W VTERYEC A ClfMA
o
Itching Humor Broke Out on Tiny
Mites CheeksWould Tear His
Face Till Blood Streamed Down
Unless Hands were Bandaged
Spent50on Useless Treatments
CURED BY CUTICURA
AT COST OF BUT 150
When my little boy was two and a
ball months old he broke out on both
cheeks with ec
2oma It was the
itchy watery kind
a and we had to
keep his lit lo
r hands wrapped up
P t all the time and
if he would hap
I pen to get thorn
uncovered ho
would claw his
face till the blood
streamed down on
his clothing We
called in II physi
cian at once but
he gave an oIntment which was sO
severe that my babe would scream when
It was puton We changed doctors and
medicines until we had spent fifty dol
lart or moro and baby was getting
worse I was 60 worn out watching
and caring for him night and day that
I almost felt sure the disease was in
curable But finally reading of the
good results ot the Cuticura Remedies
I determined to try them I can truth
fully say I was morn than surprised for
I bought only a dollar and a halfs worth
of the Cuticura Remedies Cuticura
Soap Ointment and Pills and they did
more good than all my doctors medi
cines 1 had tried and in fact entirely
cured him I will send you a photo
graph taken when he was fiCteen months
old and you can sea his taco is perfectly
clear ot tho least spot or scar or any
thing It I ever han this trouble again
I will never think ot doctoring but will
send for the Cutieura Remedies once
As It Is I would ner think ot using
any other than Cuticura Soap for my
babe You are at liberty to publish
this it may help some distressed mother
18 I was helped Mrs W M Camerer
F Burnt Cabins Pa Sept 15 1908
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Your Kidneys Will Act Fine and the
Most Severe Bladder Misery
Simply Vanishes
It you take several doses of Papas i
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from outotdoor kidneys or bladder
trouble will vanish and you wm feel
line
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Lame back painful stitches rheuma
tism nervous headache dizziness IrrI
tability sleeplessness Inflamed 0
swollen eyelids wornout sick feeling
and other symptoms ot sluggish In
active kidneys disappear
Uncontrollable smarting frequent
urination especially at night and all I
bladder misery ends
This unusual preparation goes at I
once to the disordered kidneys bladder I
and urinary system and dIstributes Its I
healing cleansing and vitalizing influ
ence directly upon the organs and
glands affected and completes the cure
before you realize It
The momeent you suspect any kIdney
or urinary disorder or feel rheumatism
pains begIn takIng this harmless med
cine wIth the knowledge that there 15
no other remody at any price made
anywhere else in the world which will
effect so thorough and prompt a cure
as a fiOcent treatment ot Papes Diu
retic which any druggIst can supply
Your physician pharmacist banker
or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Pape Thompson Pape or Cin
cinnati Is a large and responsible
medicIne concern thoroughly worthy
ot your confidence
Only curative results can come from
taking Papes Diuretic and n few days
treatment means clean active health
kidneys bladder and urinary organs I
and no backache i
Accept only Papas Dluretlc50
cent treaomentany drug storeany
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Sample Furs and Fur Coats
At wholesale prices The Sample Cloak
Suit Store 38 South Main St Opp
the Z C M I
This Trademark
on very package
flDAKEKS COCOA
The Leader for 129 Years
11 dtn4ot
HIGHEST AWARDS IN
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EUROPE AND AMERICA
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YNESBEEBE MUSIC CO
GREAT CLUB SALE
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NEARING THE END
DONT DELAY LONGER COME TOMORROW SURE
r JUST SIX DAYS MORE OF THE BARGAIN FEAST SIX DAYS OF SENSATIONAL
v l 4 PRICECUTTING SIX DAYS OF PIANO OPPORTUNITIES THAT NO ONE NEEDING
° AN INSTRUMENT SHOULD MISS ITS NOW OR NEVER MR PIANO BUYER
j > t The next six and last day of this wonderful sale will see the most tremendous outpouring of piano bargains ever wit
x k i nessed anywhere If you are going to buy a piano you surely will not miss this opportunity to save Come and take
y your choice from IQiABE HALLET DAVIS KRANICH BACH IVERS POND LYON HEALY HAINES
BROS SCHAEFFER WINTER CO CONWAY STEINWAY CHICKERING VOSE RUDOLPH FISCHER
EVERETT KIMBALL CHASE BROSSCHIRMER ELBRIDGE MARSHALL and half a dozen other makes
This great club sale has been the means of placing 75 pianos in piano less homes during the past week and the say
ing of thousands of dollars to purchasers A visit to the sale an inspection of the instruments in connection with the
Fischer I e I t
lS < Upright
JHlg prices and terms will demonstrate the reason so many fine instruments were sold in just 5 days time YOU OWE IT
Was 550 Now 287 TO YOURSELF AND FAMILY TO INVESTIGATE THIS SALE Yon will find everything as represented even
BeautifullY hand carved walnut
Large sue Full mellow tone Here case Is a better as mere words faIl to properly express the wonderful advantages thIS sale affords those needing instruments
wonderful buyer bargain for some discriminatIng You must come and see for yourself see these fine pianos see the sale prIces learn 1 the easy terms
Come and Save 125 to 200
We have just 53 uprights grands and player pianos that we want to must and win close out by next Saturday night
The low prices and easy terms on these fine makes to do the Work Just 53 left comprising the best makes and twenty
a five styles from which to choose that will go to 53 lucky people at the most astonishing discounts and liberal terms
ever offered
L 1rr 1 1 000 Cash150 Per Week
Everett t Tpright Is the way most of them will go Others at 125 per week any of them at 175 to 250 per week Dont you see
la 5 0 1IT T > 06 what an opportunity this is Mr Piano Buyer Can you afford to delay Certainly not if you are going to buy a
A H large size lJt piano beautiful 1 0 walnut iJ pIano Make your arrangements to be here early Monday
Youll like this piano the price of It will
appeal to you It surely Is a bargain 8
H ere I s M on d a y s B argaln F east 0
K a Standard grade your
choice of dsg large
C size 1910 styles rnahog
285
IMPORTANT 1 UprIght 01 Now
r i any oak and walnut fin Qw 124
Ishes Some
are handsome
< 2 300 U h ly carved others In plain
uprights cases Now 153
Remember you have the privilege 2 325 Uprights 10 CASH No 177
ow
i 150 PER WEEK
of reducing any of these Club Sale
Only tour ot these tine
t i < < prices list 30 For stance tIle styles makes left Veneers Choice In beautl of two
fur mahogany and walnut
ianos marked at 153 viII only High grade 1910 styles
pianos 4
35P Uprights chelee far Now 196
cost you 123 those marred at 10 CASH
IuubaII Upright 150 PER WEEK
T C > 106 will only cost you 166 those
Was 450 Now p 9f Seven extremely band
This Is one of the popular styles It Is marked at 237 will only cost YOU some high grade uprIghts
In mahogany has carved panels and oJ choice of three wellknown
splendid tone makes In best
very mahog
207 etc etc Be sure to ask us 2 37 5 U prlght t any Colonial oak and s fancy walnut Now 237
about the 2 or 1 offer we make 10 CASH
150 PER WEEK
We emphatically declare that if you cant A number of the very
find a Piano in this stock to suit YOU in 2 400 U pri ght S plnnos rights bed anti J the highest names of of these N OW 263
n guarantee their
2 4 5 0 U h high character and orthr
t t qualIty style price and terms you wIll prIg ts In great variety of their Now 296
and finisher choice of 1 I
never find it We know that there never 3 500 U prIg h ts the nrakcsi tHat product of Now 318
was a piano opportunity like this in the 2 550 Uprights 175 10 PER CASH WEEK Now 347
history of pIano selling in the Intermoun
t kx tain country We are equally sure you will PLA YER PIANOS
Chi < Iering Upright wait a long time for an opportunity equally 1 750 00 Three high grade makes N 49500
TT T mahogany the very latest OW
Was 600 Now 178 as good Better be on the safe side and 1 80000 models 88 note Each hall
Here Is a fin Chlkerlng In splendid con eve rT late Improvement A N 0 515 0
dltlon Tone Is rich and sweet Nice
wood Come and this ross get your pIano tomorrow liberal supply of music In
case get piano 1 85000
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eluded OW 64000
MAIN s MAIN
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ST EFTABLISIED 18G0
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OPEN EVEIrrNGS OPEN EVENINGS
I MORMON CHURCH NEWS I j
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Regular services wm be held at the tab
ernacle at 2 ocock this afternoon Sun
day school services will be held In the
various ward chapels at 10 olock this
morning and evening services at 630
oClock In the wards ot Salt Lake
Percy Goddard will speak at the new
Liberty ward chapel at 631 > and a vocal
solo will be given by John RobInson
W A Morton formerly of the Liverpool
conferEnce will spook at the evening ser
tiice at the First ward chapel and Addle
Fletcher will sing a solo
The quarterly conference of Granite
stake will be held In the stake tabernacle
today with meetings at 10 a m and 2
pm
TOM WATSON WHO WOULD
RESIST COURTS DECREE
Tom Watson of Atlanta Ga several
times the Populist nominee for president
who in a letter to the Hatej attorney
general advocated the resistance by the
I
I
stAte authority of the federal court writ
of habeas corpus when a prisoner Is In
the custody of the state courts
President Taft knows as well as I
do he declared that socialism Is sweep
Ing this country like a prairie tire and
that thEre Is an army ot nearly 400000
banded together thirsting for an oppor
tunity to come Into collision with the
federal army Thats why Taft wants the
federal army Increased
TEACHER GETS PRESENT
I
Pupils and Friends of Professor Nor
man H Nesbitt Give Him Token
of Esteem
Pupils and friends of Professor Norman
H Nesbitt attended the final session ot
the French class at Unity hall last night
and presented a beautiful slIver coffee
urn and tray to Mr Nesbitt at the close
ot the session It was an Informal pre
sentation In which the 16i members of
the class simply gave the remembrance
as a token of their frelndshlp for Ir Nes
bitt and he responded with a brief speech
In which he tried to tell his class hIs ap
precIation ot the kindness and hospitality
and closed admitting his failure to find
proper words
Mr Nesbitt said when he came to Salt
Lake eight weeks ago his Impressions
were not favorable of the city but he
had learned to love the city and its peo
ple and could say truthfully that he had
never enjoyed a short stay In any other
city so much al he had enjoyed the last
two months here He said that homes
and clubs had been opened to hIm In a
most hospitable manner and lIe had been
treated with the greatest kIndness by
both Mormon and Gentile so that lIke
Mark Twain he could say he had
friends In both places
Professor Nesbitt leaves Monday for his
home In Berkeley Cat and he will re
sume work with his class of more than
1000 In San Francisco In the near future
I
LORD AND LADY MINTO I
ATTACKED BY ANAj1CHIST
Lord Minto the viceroy of India and
Lady l1nto who both had a narrow es
cape when two bombs were thrown at
their carriage 8S they drove through the
streets of Ahmedabad India A dragoon
warded off one of the bombs wIth his
award dropping It Into II land pile The
second bomb struck a native lieutenant
who was holding an umbrella over the
head of Lady Minto Neither of the In
ternal machines exploded The bomb
throwers escaped In the excitement that
followed Lon Unto wu governor gen II
I eral of Canada from 0 1818 to lOOt
PRINCESS WHO OBJECTS
TO MARRYING A KING
Princess Abxandra daughter ot the
American English prlnces8 royal whose
hand is I Bought In marriage by Icing Mar
uel ot Portugal He is now In England
pressing hIs suit on which the young
prIncess It III reported docant look WItl
favor She would rather be permitted
to marry a young English nobleman

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