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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, December 08, 1909, Image 5

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1 Colonel and Mrs Joseph J +
Dynes jr and Mr and Mrs Ed > I
ward E Jenkins entertain this >
evening at a large dancing party J
C end reception at the Odeou e
I The welding of Miss Elisabeth
< Ward arid Thomas Vl Bowen will +
= take plaf this evening at Soclock f
> at the home of Mr and Mrs Clar +
< erue K Post 438 South Fifth East 0
street +
C A large social event of the eve >
> ing IN the reception to be given in if
C the parlors of the First Oongregt < +
tlonal church by the members of
< the congregation to welcome their >
< pastor the Rev Elmer I Goshen 4
< and hi bride r
C Mrs Percival O Perkins will entertain ti
C tertain this afternoon at her home a >
in West Fourth South street in +
compliment to Miss Elsie Dickert <
t who leaves next week for a trip to C
C soutlKrn California a < >
< A luncheon will be given today +
C at tin Bransford by Mrs Charles a
A Shepherd +
Mrs Ernest Stenger wil be host +
ess today at a luncheon +
> P
P Th Crystal Bridge club meets +
this afternoon with Mrs Frank C
> 8
< Mrs H G Whitney will entertain
< the members of her sewing club
I this afternoon <
S A meeting of St Marks Hospital b
> association will be held this moo >
a ports of the charity ball commit P I
tees >
+ 7 < > < i + + + > + > + +
A wedding of Tuesday which came
iiH a great surpirse to their many
friends vas that of Miss Margaret C
Miller and George W Heintx which
took pin a at the apartments of the
brides mother Mrs Rachel S Miller
In the Ivanhnf The ceremony was per
formed L J > > the Very Rev Samuel R
rlladay dean of St Marks cathedral
in the presence of the family only Mr
nd Mrs Heintz left immediately for
Los Angle Miss Miller has for some
time heM I her place as one of the most
lopular girls j in Salt Lake society Mr
Htintz as manager of the United
States smelting Refining ft Mining
c itnpan is a prominent figure in
business and social circles
Mrs David Keith was hostess at a
chariniu bridge tea Tuesday afternoon
at her home in East South Temple
strut She was assisted by Mrs Thom
as Weir and Mrs John E Booty Amer
ican Beauty roses and chrysanthemums
were tht graceful decorations through
out the mms Ten tables of bridge
h ere pluved
A delightful social affair took place
at Fort Douglas Tuesday evening when
Dr and Mrs G P Stallman received
the officers and ladies of the garrison
and a number of friends from the city
at their quarters The occasion was
the jrst i at home given by Dr and Mrs
Stallman who were married in Roches
ter X Y in October and have recently
arrived at the post The rooms were
attractive with vases of cut flowers and
the Regimental band rendered the mu
sh of the evening Dr and Mrs Stall
mail were assisted in receiving their
quests by Major C J Manley and Dr
T B McCown
At the prettily appointed table in the
dining room Mrs Walter S Scott Mrs
J M Arrasmith and Mrs Willis Uline
poured tea and coffee assisted by Lieu
tenants Gary Dickaon Elite and Bell
An interesting program has been pre
pared for the regular meeting of the
ladies Literary club Friday afternoon
nt the club house when the subject will
h < > Dances Ancient and Modern Mrs
T LL h c
3l L Ritchie will reaa a paper on danc
ing and a descriptive talk on the same
subject will be given by Mrs Elmer B
Miss Marguerite Taylor will dance the
Highland Fling and the Sailors Horn
pipe the Sword Dance will be given
by Viola Service and the Spanish
dance by Naomi Hoffman Miss Bessie
and Viola Service will be seen in an
Irish jig Shauntruex is to be given by
Bessie Service The scarf dance given
some weeks ago at the society vaude
ville will be repeated under the direc
tion of Mr Martha Royle King includ
ing < the following young society girls
Miss Lucille Franke Mina Edna Dunn
Miss Elinor Stewart Miss Aline Mc
Millan Miss Rose Evans Miss Joy De
Camp Miss Virginia Beatty and Miss
Juliet Bank A reading will also be
given by Mrs P E Richards
The Quingenta Card club was pleas
antly entertained Tuesday afternoon by
Mrs J W Currie Five tables of the
K ine were played with the prises be
ing won by Mrs C H Heritage Mrs
< B Rose and Miss Hermann The
next meeting of the club will be held In
two weeks with Mrs S S Fenton S5
North Second West street
Mrs A L Hoppaugh will entertain
the Wednesday Afternoon Card club to
day at her home 1178 East South Tem
ple street
Senator and Mrs Reed Smoot Miss
Chloe Smoot and the younger members
of the family who left last week for
Washington D C will soon be located
in their handsome new home on Connec
ticut avenue for the winter Harold
the oldest son of Senator and Mrs
Smoot who has spent some time in
England and traveling on the continent
will Join the family in Washington be
fore Christmas
Mr and Mrs Lee Greene Richards
have returned to Salt Lake from Paris
where Mr Richards has received many 1
honors in his artistic work the last two
years during his residence in the French
capital Mr and Mrs Richards are at
home for the winter at the Eldredge
home in East First South street and
Mr Richards has opened a studio in
the Templeton
Miss Yvonne Townsend who will be
remembered during her residence in
Salt Lake as the accomplished daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Town
send has returned to New York after
a year spent in Holland with her par
ents Mr Townsend who was former
minister to Portugal and his family
have been popular in court circles in
Europe during their stay abroad
Owing to the stress of Christmas
preparations and home duties the ban
quet to have been given by the Y W C
A in honor of the war of roses has been
postponed until after the holidays
Mr and Mrs Don Porter will leave
Thursday for Stockton Cal where they
expect to live Mr Porter having taken
the lease of a large hotel at that place
Mr and Mrs Porter will spend Christ
mas with their daughter Mrs Charles
S Mann in Los Angeles
Little Lou Mine daughter of Captain
and Mrs Willis Uline of Fort Douglas
left Tuesday with friends en route from
California for Leavenworth Kan
where she will spend the winter with
her grandparents Mr and Mrs O B
Mr and Mrs John Kempf Jr left
yesterday for New York where they will
make their home
Mr and Mrs Charles W Lawrence
arc now at their new home MO South
Eleventh East street
ample UeJps
frail Women
So many women are dragging out
weary lives just tapMMe heir diges
tive organs are weak The result is
purr > circulation nervousness and the
M 1Ig of invalidism It is often very
luintoesNary and the womans own
Tin first thing to do is to jook to the
vi iaiv I i your bowels There the trou I
hU usually lies All physieiiinji know that
i large p TIM stage of women are habit
iiwIFy > con > tipat d and from this results in I
ititfijtiun pile weariness etc that
women el tantly complain of But there
is m us taking female remedies and I I
things of Jutt kind until you hate started
you how < to moving You will find
that 11 iter the bowels move regularly once
rr twice a day all your petty ills will
inaear T ice i a good mild laxative
toiic lik ° Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin
for awhile and you will find yourself
rapidly getting letter and stronger your
bowels will regulate themselves and work
at stated times and then your headaches
and dinintss WIll disappear Dont take
strong cathartic pills or salts but jut
such a mild and pleasanttasting remedy
as Dr Ctldwells Syrup Pepsin
You can obtain a bottL of your drug
gist for fifty cents or one dollar and 1
either size may be enough to permanently
cure you Thousands of
women keep it
regularly in the house and will no longjr
h withoutwt It as It egad them and can I
ireu wd n ill L
a sty UJ stet > memuer or
thf family 1Qn to the youngest chill
hut if you nave never used it take tin
advice of Mrs Earl S Cox 409 Twenty
fifth street Moline III ald Mrs Ellen
nimgan Minnie Ind and send to Dr
ijKiwell 1 fr a free trial lottlc as they
< 111 1 and Itrn l for yours If what it will
< n in your own
case That it will cure
von as It did them the is i n I danbt 1 I
Ilr > Caldwell personal win > c asel 1
t give you an medic 1
any ah j > ii nii
desire for yourself or fur h i
to the stomach liver or u u > >
ly free tf charge Explain you case in
a letter and he will reply to you in detail
For the fre ss mol smpiv send 1
I1 < your
name a d l arjr a postal e fd or
thrwll 1 a in i t r r ni = 1 tI je < tor
address I l1 < i ti c ll < I H
Caldwel uildiny II 1o ill I
Health and strength hitherto
unknown will be felt surging In
rich red blood through the ar
teries and veins and lifes great
est ambitions may be realised as
never before if the following
special treatment is followed by
those men and women too who
are stricken with that most
dreaded of all afflictions nervous
exhaustion accompurrted with such
symptoms as extreme nervousness
insomnia cold extremitlaB melan
cholia headaches coastlption and
dyspepsia kidney trouble dreadful
dreams of direful diseasters timidity
in venturing and a general In
ability to act naturally at all time
as other people do Lack of poise
and equilibrium In men is a con
stant source of embarrassment even
j when the public least suspects it
For the benefit of those who waut
a rebtoration to full bounding
health and all the happiness accom
panying it the following home
treatment Is given It contains no
opiates or habitforming drugs
whatever Mix it at home and no
one will be the wiser as to your
The treatment is simple thorough
and correct Leading druggists
supply the main tinctures extracts
and essences in oneounce bottles
ready to mix Get three ounces
syrup sarsaparilla compound mix
with one ounce compound fluid
balmwort and stand two hours
Add one ounce compound essence
cardlol and one ounce tincture cado
mene compound not cardamom
Shake well and take a teaspoonful
after each meal and one at bed
The ingredients are used for vari
ous prescriptions
Special wire is given to the style of
this waist and though the pattern it
self is plain It can be varied by making
tucks in the material before cutting
This pattern is cut in five sites 38 to
40 bust measure Sue St3 requires Sys
yards of 27 inch j material Price of pat
tern 488 is 10 ceats
No 486
FIll out blank and send to Pattern
Department of this newspaper
Toyland Basement Entrance Mali Street Shopping Maxims
< 1
During the holiday rush our delivery system is
Our basement is a busy place Toyland with its
taxed to its utmost capacity please carry
myriads of wonderful things and hundreds upon packages with you
hundreds of giftthings for Kriss I rin g las giftbag Have you seen the bright spots in this great Christ
mss shopping center Every booth sparkle with
presents an everinteresting shopping place for the giftthings 0
little folks Only visit do to this HONKS Independent 227
a justice
can wonderland JILNGE2
Bell KXCIIANGB 22 No strictly Christmas goods will be etui out OH ap
derland of toysCOME Call all department proval from any department
s Immense Stock of Womens Tailored
IIiIIiiEI IrIft f
rj iz Vii x G e Coats at Drastic Price Lowering
r w LI J
1500 to 2000 Tailored Coats 995
+ 2250 to 2875 Tailored Coats 1295
f Lot No1 Lot No 2
It 1 J
zf s i Womens newest winter coat styles designed in Womens long winter coats made of fine broad
strictly tailored models made of kerseys covert cloths coverts and mannish mixtures and featured
cheviots and diagonals in full length modes Navy in elegantly tailored styles Coats that are tailored
1 ti t black tan and mixtures semifitting and tightfit to fit perfectly and from fabrics that are at once
w t ting effects as becomes best serviceable and stylish2250 to
a you Q n Q 1295
j 1500 to 2000 valuessale i7 95 2575 valuessale
3 ir i i
f w
t1 r 4500 to 6500 Tailored OnePiece Winter
Ii per tior
f t Suits 2000 Dresses 1095
b fs It is a clearance that features phenomenal Iyto
The winters smartest styles in the newest models
1 I wear bargainsdresses in taffetas worsteds broad
Ii i of fashionable voguebeautIful strictly tailored ef cloths and mannish fabrics Designed in Moyen
fects long 45 to 48inch coats French pleated age and long waisted styles some plain tailored
1 skirts featured in broadcloths chevrons others embroidered
t serges 1 t t Winters wanted colorings are
1 wide wales diagonals and mannish weaves The included choose earl y2500 to 3250 Tallies
Z colors are black navy taupe greens walnut grape for clearance
f 1 tans rose etc t all sizes and a choice selection makes
C l 1 a quoted satisfactory choice easy Prices reduced as above 1 0 95
Gifts from the Jewelry A Mid Week Bargain Holiday Specials from the
Counter Event in the Shoe Mens Department
200 fancy jet barrettes 149 v
250 fancy jet combs198 ec lOn 150 flannelette night shirts115
65c jet hairpins 50c 150 cambric night shirtsspecial95e
50c fancy jet hairpins 39c Womens 5 and 1 200 and 250 shirts special 155
500 fancy styles in bracelets 298 6 shoes over 50 3 95 150 mens kid gloves special 119
400 triple strand jet beads298 stylesspecial 125 and 150 mens shirts 95c
300 double strand jet beads239 50c bat ties assorted patterns 25c
125 fancy bead chains 98c Our entire stock of womens fine 500 and
For Christmas g yin g we feature the greatest assortment
200 fancy jet brooches149 600 shoes with the exception of hand tffor
sortment of winters latest effects in ties for men
25c and 50c fancy hatpins lOc made lasts are included in this phenomenal
and that
nobby styles are exclusive sold
sale Over in winters newest
fifty styles III s
only at Walkers
Christmas Novelties patterns featured for your selectionall
sizes all styles all lasts see Main street
A Great Center Shopping Aisle window 500 and 600 valuessale the Christmas Neckwear
and Kerchiefs
400 real ebony military brushes298
700 silver military sets and combs498 Gifts for the Toilette 35c and 50c neckwear in a great variety of styles
35c fancy Xmas gift stationerythe box15c 19c
200 large Xmas pin cushionsspecial150 Browns camphorated chalk 25c 50c to 75c fancy Christmas neckwear for 100
600 comb brush and mirror toilet sets398 Dagget ansdell s soapcnkeDc Elegant 800 Maribou neokscarfs special 250
Arthurs violet talcum8c
400 manicure sets seven piecesspecial279 25c rt ur 50c real Armenian handkerchiefs choice 35c
225 toilet sets comb and brushspecial179 Munyons Witch Hazel soap10c
100 toilet water 79c
225 threepiece ebony toilet setschoice1i9
500 fancy nick shaving sets with mirror 50c Tokolon skin food 39c Real Cluny the Choicest of
398 25c powder puffs special 17c °
25c Sanitol 1 face cream 19c Christmas Gzftsa Sale
65c cut glass tumblers genuine qua I Ity50c
Perfumes in fancy Xmas boxes assorted odors
350 desk J set clock I and ink well special I
249 the box 35c 75c and 100 Every piece of cluny in the department is reduced
bowls size quality nothing is reserveda sale that expedites the
800 cut glass large size genuine Leather Goods for Xmas
t for the home
500 gift question Fancy cluny and lace
175 and 200 leather collar bngs149 doilies centerpieces scarfs and cloths for in
Umbrellas for Xnas5 400 fancy leather collar hags298 stance
4 600 black seal bags with two strap handles 25c cluny doilies 6inch 15c
Our holiday stock of gift umbrellas is one of the leather lined coin purse gilt or gun metal 50c cluny doilies 9inch 36c
largest and most varied for many a season styles trimmings398 75c cluny doilies 12inch 50c
for men and women in every choice mounting and 750 black seal bags with fancy metal top in sil 175 cluny doilies20inch125
effect At 500 we feature a strong value en ver gilt or old gold leather lined coin 625 to 1000 fancy cluny scarfs size 18 by 54
B graving charged extra purse498 iuchesspecial500
Fortune Telling
Does not take into consideration the one essential to wom
ans happinesswomanly health
The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the
very foundation of all good fortune For without health
love loses its lustre and gold is but dross i
Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be
regained by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription
This Prescription has for over 40 years
been curing delicate weak painwracked
women by the hundreds ot thousands
and this too In the privacy ot their homes r I
without their having to submit to Inrtell
cato questlonlns ant offensively repu
nant examinations
Sick women arc invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter fret
All correspondence held as sacredly confidential Address Worlds Dispensary
Medical Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y
Medical Adviser newly revised uptodate edition 1000 pages answers in
Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman single or married
ought to know about Sent fret in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of
21 onecent stamps to cover mailing only or in cloth binding for 31 stamps
A private sale may be rented In the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security A Trust Co 32 up Mala
street 200 per year and upwards
A private safe may be rented in the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Sail
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
Hreet 200 ppr year and upwards
A freight or transfer yard where
freight trains can he made up for points
between O den and the west and be
tween Salt Lake and points on the
Salt lriltc Route to southern Calfor
Ma will la t l Jdd l out by the Vmon
iaific nt < Devils Sile i in Weber can
n neaL riftg A curved tunnel
2400 feet long I will be cut throigh
the mountain slur at the south side of
the canyon mouth whence the cutoff
will make a tangent run to Farmins
toil Tis SCleIVi is PXJlHtOd fy 1P
live i prei > a if the ortseut COIl
tiuii in the OK ca yards
BecauIl he Is alleged to have failed to
pay for a suit of clothes ordered at the
Max Daniels tailoring establishment A
B Pelton member of the firm of P < llon
Smutser lessees of the Grand theatre
has been sued by Daniels in Justice Stan
ley A Hanks court
An answer to the complaint has been
filed by Pelton The price of the suit was
40 and Pelton < s said to have refused to
pay for his suit after it was made
Husband Met Death in Tintlc Mines
About One Year Ago
Damages amounting to 1600 were
awarded to Mrs Katrtna Fargovfch by
a jury in the federal court yesterday
afternoon in her suit for 520100 dam
ages against the Tlntic Mining De
velopment company for the death of
her husband who was killed In the
companys mine last summer The ar
guments of the attorneys jvare fin
ished yesterday morning and the Jury
was out until nearly 430 in the aft
ernoon s
The case of T Chetlna Who Is suing
the Boston Consolidated Mining com
pany for 20000 damages on account
of personal injuries was opened in the
federal court before I Judge Page Mor
ris vast rda This j case will not go
to tile jury before Thursday
J E Eddington a faYner living near
Devlls Slide filed a pedltion in bank
ruptcy In the federal court yesterday Ed
dington owes 4n for groceries mer
chandise borrowed money and promis
sory notes He has property valued at
3529 and 2tt te claimed as exempt un
der the state laws regarding homestead
George W Heintz and Margaret C
Miller Salt Lake
David J Evan Spanish Fork Jane
Huff Lake Shore
Carl Siena Smithfield Kristina
Hummlngsen Salt Lake
George Jarvis and Martha Arnold
Spanish Fork
Martin H Peek and Josle L Guard
Rockland Ida
Charles H Bohnke and Mary A Car
michael Pueblo Colo
Invitations Issued to Afford Oppor
tunity for Inspection of
New Equipment
1 Invitation have been sent out by offi
cers of the First Battery Field artillery
National guard of Utah for a reception
to be given at the battery quarters next
Monday night December 13 at 8JO
oclock The receiving line vlll include
Gov William Spry and staff Col Walter
Scott and staff of the Fifteenth infantry
U S A and officers of the battery
The purpose of the reception which
will it is believed draw many Interested
young men to the armory on Plerpont
street Is given on a card enclosed with
the invitations which reads
The United States has recently issued I
to the First battery the very latest type
of rapid fire Held gun and all the equip
ment that pertains thereto This equip I
ment valued as it is at over 100000
makes our battery as well equipped If
no the best equipped battery in 1ll >
woId The reception to i given for tee
purpose of affording the citizens of Sal
La an opportunity of inspecting this
equipment I
Cutting away a screen and raising a
window in the rear of th Twentieth
Ward Cooperative grocery early yester
day morning bUrglars found stocks and
bends several interest coupons frn min t I
ing bonds one share of + onsnliIird I Va
gon Machine company stock 5 > 111 cur I
rency and private papers said to be of
no value to the grocery The stocks and
bonds are not in a negotiable form
Because of numerous robberies the saj
had been emptied of the days cash at tlw
close of business Monday night its dor
being left open The inner door of the
safe was found missing this mornin
Why the burglars selected it as a pats
of their loot is a mystery
Entering the grocery of 8 B Coulain
777 East First South street last night by
prying open a front door burglars g t
small satisfaction the total of their a
lection of loot amounting to less than i
in value Articles missing from the sto t
include > 1 in stamps 150 in pennies i
Canadian halfdollar and three count
warrants for 6 each which had heei
paid to the grocer in consideration of gr < >
con es received by W Booth 74 > Eat
First South street Payment was stopp I
on them thia morning before they could
be honored
Two permits were issued by Build
Ing Inspector A B
Hirth yesteri as
D Conta Co rear 337 WPS rrrth
Temple street < addition ri >
K o Johnson 152 X street aitera
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