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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY DEC 7 1909 5
I SOCIETY
< f TODAYS EVENTS
< Mrs David Keith will bo the
> hostess at a bridge ten to b given
at the Keith residence No 529 East
South Tempie street this after
< noon t
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Dr and Mrs U 1 P Stallman
J who here married in September
in nOt hester N Y and have late
> ly Joined the garrison at the post
J will be at home to their friends in
< their quarters in officers row at
Fort Douglas this evening
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Mn J V Currie trill entertain 4
> the ire nbers of the Quingenta <
J < ard club this afternoon at her
> home t
The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge <
s dub will meet today with Mrs E <
t J Grocsbec k
e j
The tourist section of the Ladies I
Literary club meets this mir ting >
at 10 oclock at the tub souse 4
< The paper of the morning on An <
> cient Home will be given Uy Mrs < >
W C Druehl
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Mrs Benner X Smith tnterti d in
formally J Monday afternoon at a few
tables of bridge followed by tea She
M as assisted by Mrs E O Howard and
Mrs Waltir Stone who poured ea and
of ft e at the prettily appointed table
American Beauty roses termed the
graceful lenterpiece At the ant ta
hliS the prizes were wont Mrs Kirk
Iatuck and Mrs J Waleoit Thompson
<
The sale of tickets for Semorirb began
y t rtt > rday at the Salt Lake theattt and
it is i expected that the concert Wednes
day evening will be one of the society
t v Its of the st on The stalls will be
tilled with representative members of
Salt Lake soeiety
zk
Miss Stella Fabian was the hostess
a 11 r a beautiful dinner Sunday night
u Lich wn enjoyed by a number of her
oung friends at the Alta club The
affair 1 was given hi the gold room of
t III dub and the long table was set off
with a large basket of red carnations
dud poinsettia for the central decoration
mil lighted by candelabra shaded in
i ed 1 The place cards were In the same
miidant color bearing a monogram in
old
If
The Sylph Dancing club which uum
Ui l about 40 members net laac even
m at the Ladies Literary club house
M here they will hold their parties regu
irly 1 throughout the winter on the first
Id i I third Monday evenings of the
month
Mrs Clarence N 8ampa enter
t lined the China Card club Monday afT
t moon in the Smith apartments Tlie
lxt i meeting will be held with Mrs
Natty W McManus
Judge and Mrs A N Cherry of Del
tI < nlo are In the city to spend the
inter with their daughter Mrt Percy
liiowne
A number of Salt Like people vlll
to oglen tonight to attend the con
o < rt to he given by tha tabernacle
i i i HI Several local musicians will take
jnt Prof J J McClellan will ac
I nlIaIty i the choir on the frgin in the
Irrigation Ode composed by him Fid
s Uraham and Horace Q Ensign cf gait I
Take will also take part
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Miss Hells Blyth left Sunday for her
mo in Evanston Wyo after a pleas
t visit of several weeks at the home
< Dr and Mrs J T Keith
Hiss Kafhteep Ardetonof Tunta
Cruz is i the guest of her SJfcter Mrs
Iert C Oemmell at the Bransford
f
rapt Garrison McCnakell is expected
b ri turn this week to Fort Douglas to I
alit i his regiment after a cix mouths
T dW of absence
KiimaM Dowdall who is in the city
IM md the holidays whn his parents
hd Ue and Mrs K J Dowdall No utj
First avenue tuu about recovered from
n i aldE1lt which befell him some
St ks ago near Pile
9K Y
IN > Margaret Dunn and Miss Mar
stret Walker who are attending Mies
J5t tulettl < school in New York will be
h me next week to spend the holidays
tc th their parents
Harold Fabian will come from Har
01 + trI I law school to spend the holidays
vih 1 I his parents Mr and Mrs F J
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FIG SYRUP Co
SOLD BY LEADING DfUGGISTS5OABOT1U <
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df akln of Beauty IS a J Iron I
DR T Felix Gourauds Oriental I
Craam or Magioal Beautifier
Ia BemoTM Tut Plmpta I
rLQO i j Freckles Mctb Ptciei i
r j 0 e 0 au i and Stla Diiwane < I
ud every biounk >
alp oa beauty and il
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of 80 jrcan aad
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name Dr L A I
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lady of the bant
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Gournndii Crenm ii the lead baninil of all lie i
km pre arattone For de by all drcgtvt 11II4 Fan
Scod Di len IB tb United 8ta M Canada and Europe
tEnD T HonIHS Pw 37 foerf JOB Stel XwYri
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SiNGER
Sewing Machines
The ilal family aeaisp marhin IX more
ktoda > f e wing that ai y uthpr make I do it easier
qcivli and eR rand i tli lfetiue Wi ea ry
a occiiie ° stork as t ei sa r < rmrs for every
t r cJ t1 usnu fet lit i w MI BerrncKleu i I
t t F I I MACJJ tON f 41 j o u Na 512
II I I Family Cougls i Syrup I
J Cures Any Cough in Five Hours
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NEW PRESCRIPTION HERE
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Here is given UK must effective
cough Arcs riptiun known to the
medical world M is a wild laxative
too and this is what a body needs
when suffering with cough and cold
on the lungs A cough or cold indi
cates poisons in the system causing
Inflammation and congestion Nearly
I al I cough > iapa relieve but make the
I j tinubli uiis by their constipating et
l 1 flc Thic prescription not only re
iivt quickly but it cures any cough
I that is i curable Get onehalf ounce
fluid wild flurry bark one ounce
I compound essence cardiol and three
ounces syrup white pine compound
i I Mix in a bottle Take for acute cough
or bronchitis twenty drops every half
hour for four hours Then onehalf to
one teaspoonful three or four times
daily Give children less according to
I age A few hours treatment will cure I
1 and heal the throat and lungs of all
but consumptives Cut this out and
1 five it to some friend who may need
it to be saved from an early death by
consumption
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GIRLS GUIMPE DRESS
Bordered challis is employed in mak
ing this dress The bordered edges are
owed together and the seam placed at
the center front before cutting out
This patient is cut IN four siaes 4 6
8 and 10 yean Site i requires 4ye yards
of 97indi material Price of Pattern
432 fa 10 cents
N04SS
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Addtecs
Size
Fill out blank and send to Pattern
Department of this newspaper
We lead in decorations for the holi
days Phone 219fiY
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PETTICOATS c SILK WAISTS
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Made of heavy Taffeta Stile deep 450 and 1500 values in an excel
lent quality of taffeta silk SIe1a1
knee flounce shirred and strapped da styles to choose from all eolors
Also dust ruffle All col 500 as well as black Come 295
ors as well as black at in all sizes at t
I
I Millinery I IIIIYI
The Greatest Sale of Women
ij Misses and Childrens Trimmed
and Readyto Wear Hats at the
ij Louest Prices Ever Advertised
a
Fi1ty Thousand Dollars Worth
ij TO BE SACRIFICED AT ONCE
READ THE FOLLOWING PRICES
CHILDRENS TRIMMED HATS MISSES TRIMMED HATS
A large assortment of the latest Fall juid Winter A large and varied assortment of colors and styles all
4 4 styles to choose from Values up to beautifully and becomingly trimmed N 4 Q 5
ii 145 B50 At this great sacrifice Regular values up to 500 At this great 19
sale 14 i sale I
300 ReadytoWear 400 ReadytoWear 500 Readyto Wear a
Hats 95c Hats 145 Hats of 195 a
A BIG ASSORTMENT OF STYLES AND A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORT A largo assortment of magnificent styles
ULQPSTO CEOOSE Ii O L r MENT OF STYLES AND COL fri J r for women and young girls fr j
9 COL1 45 1 95
Arf DC ORS TO SELECT FROM AT 1 ± d a beautiful line of colors at pJ
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4 Trimmed Hats 195 6 omens Trimmed Beautifully Trimmed
A most beautiful showing of all the latest Hats 295 Millinery 395 r j
styles a largo Variety of colors all styles A MAGNIFICENT SHOWING AT THIS Values up to 1000 A large and varied M
Ij and shapes for women and tfj QC PRICE A BEAUTIFUL assortment of styles and colors rjO AT r
95 2 95 95
J sO 5 O s
young girls at LINE OF COLORS AT to choose from at a
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A SAMPLE LINE OF PRINCESS DRESSES AT 1295
We will place on sale Today fifty of these charming Princess Dressesthey are made of an elegant quality of the
It 9 5 allwool chiffon broadcloth Prunella fine French serge Herringbone and frii f Q R 00
12 the black and white check several different styles to choose from colors 1295
tan brown navy rose black graYI111 sizes from 32 to 42 at
800 LACK VOILE AND PANAMA DRESS SKIRTS 495
Advanced now Spring styles just received Made of an extra quality of Chiffon
95 95
IS 4 Panama and a fine quality of the Black ollea full line of sizes Today while 4
td then last to sell at I
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An Inhalation for
WhoopingCough Croup
Bronchitis Coughs
Diphtheria Catarrh
Cresolena Is a Boon to Asthmatics
Does it not seem mote effective to brltlle in a
remedy for dimw of the breathing organ than
to take the remedy Into the Etomacb 1
Oesolene cures because the air rendered
is carried over the dlsea d
tttrongi antiseptic o
ng
aartace with every breath giving prolonC l sad
constant treatment It U invaluable to mothers
with small children
These of a Con L cIC P I
BHBiptlvo Tendency C t
will Bad immediate relief a
from Coughs or Inflamed
Condition of the throat
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ALL DRUCGISTS
Send postal tor de r
scriptive Booklet
VupoCrrsolrno Co
IsO llIIL n Must
w Y i s
Making the Standard Rye Whiskey of America No II
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W1 Ally Cl lIIl4tlllU os i J l l j t
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The Little Green Stamp
is the final step in the making of the
Standard Rye Whiskey of America It means
that a Government official has inspected Il
every process in the making of
Mood old
1t UVtU I
Pure
BOTTLED 8Gti1
BOTTLED IN BO O 2IN
from the grain as it goes into the elevator to the t
whiskey as it goes into the bottle It is your 1 lit
guarantee that the whiskey is pure fully matured
and that you get full measure The little green
stamp does not guarantee quality but when
placed over the cork of Good Old Guckenheimer l
Pure Rye insures your getting a quality that has
been the Standard of America Since 1857 4 fJ
Write us for a beaautul booklet lento the whole interesting seery =
of how the Standard Rye Whiskey of Aiutru ts mace
A Guckenheimer BrosDistiller Pittsburg Since 1857
DRIVEN FROM HOME
WIFE ASKS DECREE
Burden of Matrimony Is Heavy
When Husbands Neglect
Care of Wives
Three actions for divorce and one for
separate maintenance were filed in the
Third district court yesterday nonsup
port and cruelty forming the grounds
upon which wives ask decrees
Evelyn L Vandiver was married to
William C Vandiver here on March 15
loot She asks for separate mainten
ance of Zi5 a month Her husband is
a railroad conductor and earns about
150 a month she says She says her
husband has refused to support her
since October 8 last
Florence D Christenson asks for a di
vorce from Harry W Christenson
whom she married in Ogden on July 21
1906 She says her husband has not
supported her for more than a year
Cruelty is charged by Susie M
Woods in a suit for divorce from Her
bert Woods whom she married in Salt
Lake on June 29 1908 She says her hus
band became a drunkard after marrying
her and has often beaten and threat
ened her when he was intoxicated At
one time on July 29 last he ordered
her out of the house she says and told
her never to return There are three
children of which she asks the cus
ioay With 530 a month permanent ali
mony
Emily Christensen is asking for a di
vorce from Andrew Christensen on the
grounds of nonsupport and cruelty
They were married in Manti on June 6
1893 and have four children The wife
says she holds an equity of about 600
in the house and lot at No 1198 West I
Fifth South street She asks for a de
cree of divorce her equity in the house
and lot as alimony and 50 fo her at I
torney
ROCK ISLAND SECURES I
MOUNTAIN ROAD EXPERT I I
According to rftmors from Denver A C i
Ridgway builder of the first part of the I
Moffat road and lately manager of thi
Denver Rio Grande U In line for a
promotion to the vice presidency of the j
RocK Island end of the divided Rock Isl
and Frislo system It it said that Mr
Ridgway will succeed H N iludge As
Mr Rldgway is essentially a mountain
road oprator and as the Rock Island has i
no mountain roads to operate it is nat i
ural to suppose that the Moores and Reids I
an contemplating the extension of their I
iud westward
CURVED CRACKER COMING
Maker of Classy Pretzel Wants to
COTC Here I
Majb Salt Lake will soon have a fac i
tory thai produces the latest wrinkly in i
nretsis 1 1 At least the Salt Lak Real
slat1 aShlion his boon advised by
ii < > II Sctrprtn of Harrisburg a
halt 1 i i intcmpKitim a In tion in this
u > Hi vtr > th Il ° ePtanh lint Ie J
i tz > I nf I i > il MI l fr
fit
1 t i i 1 IP o i p i ii 11 > i i i Oil >
iiii hi L i Lt A it Lake
f iniiii5 with th mv tilKac He iit 1
ii or tlI ilk f lntl I i Salt lkc lol g tin
i to nn i
OffiCERS ARE ElECTED
BY REPUBliCAN WOMEN l
Th Womens Republican club yesterday
ckctcd its officers for the ensuing year
those chosen being Mrs H A King
president Mar Aret Zane Witcher vice
president Mrs H L Cummings secre
tary Mrs SI J Hamilton corresponding
I
I secretary Mrs T D Lewis treasurer
Mrs J R Davis auditor Mrs J B
SWEnson historian
I Directors were elected as follows For
the twoyear term Mrs B Stanford Mre
I J V Eldredge jr for the oneyear term
Mrs Johanna Melton Dr Agnes Winsell
Yesterdays meeting was held In the re
ception room of the Salt Lake Security
A Trust company through the courtesy of
President F E McGurrin An offer of
the room for all future meetings was
extended by Mr McOurrin and accepted
by the club members The room how
ever will be used for business meetings
only and the monthly meetings where a
social feature will enter will be held as
in the past at the home of some mem
ber
At the next meeting occurring the first
Monday in January the club will be en
tertained at the home of Mrs J IT Eld
ridge ir 627 South Second East street I
UTAH HOSPITALITY IS
REMEMBERED IN JERSEY
George S Lenhart secretary of the
publicity bureau of Atlantic City N Jt
has filed a report showing the treatment
received by the Jersey delegation at the
Natiqnai G A R encampment in this
city He expresses his thanks to Utah
for fair treatment that enabled Atlantic
City to land the next National encamp
ment Alter speaking generally of the
courtesies received hs says
1 desire to acknowledge special favors
from Colonel M M Kalghn of Salt Lake
City a Jerseyman by birth and a past
department commander of Utah He as
sised Mr Hann and Mr Lenhart upon
their arrival I In so shaping their plane
and meeting important people newspaper
inn and dergsts thus accomplishing
various thii is early in the struggle that
wade victory sibit Had we lost the
ti uT ttah we would surly have been
i tt t rtiid Coinnel
< < Kalghn helped us i e
M I I JI id Alining that and tithe
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MODEL SLAUGHTER PLANT
SEEKS CITYS SANCTION
At the meeting of the city boar of
health yesterday the application of
Papworth Sons for a permit to run
a slaughter house and to have city in
spection was approved The plant of
the Papworths at Fifth North and
Eighth West streets has been investi
gated and is said to be a model It
has just been completed has cement
floors connection with the sewer toi
lets and dressing rooms for the men and
ail appliances demandfl by the city
ordinance The council will be asked
tonight to grand the permit to the
slaughter house which has just been
I finished at a cost of 4 about 15000 I
MARRIAGE LICENSES I I l
Edwin DeWeese and Ida McIntosh
Salt Lake
Silas R Smith and Minnie Bryant
Butte Mont
Will E Nilson and Annie McKen
drick Salt Lake
Edgar Wright Taylorsville Mary
Edll Boam Muray
Alton Kane and Eva Mier Salt Lake
Thomas Ralph St George and Lil
lian L George Salt Lake
Frank A Dnnie and Mrs Pearl
Hart Salt Lake
John Thomas Olive jr Pocatello
Ida Rachel tVlddlson Rex burg Ida
J O Lowman Watonga Okla Luln
I5pprson Midway
JAP PLAYED POKER AND
NOW LIES IN HOSPITAL I
With his fare cut Into ribbons and fuf
ferlnR from stabwounds about the bod
Y Kafiaki a Jiipnepr gamble Is ina
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serious COndltiuu ut St Mdhg nJtai + i
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the victim of an enraged fsllowcountry
man with whom he played poker Satur
day night When the game was over
Kasaki accompanied by K Okara en
tered a Commercial street noodle restau
rant conducted by G Harada Okara i
cused Kasaki of
cheating knives Wf
drawn and when the police entered t
Japanese eating house Ihy found the
Japs covered with blood

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