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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, December 14, 1909, Image 5

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v Mrs C H Heritage entertains BD
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v Mrs R W Hill in thO Caltnnew 0
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guild of St Pauls parish will Q
0 Open this morning in tilts Ladles 0
< Literary dub house There will 0 S
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< r J A Reees Mrs J L Yundt
c Mrs W E Sharp Mrs S S0
cc Owens Mrs A H Cowte Mrs J 0
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s Sam Nwl Mrs S Knapp and 0
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In the evening dancing will be 0
enjoyed under the auspices of the 0
young peoples societies of the 0 i
parish which promises to be one 0
of the pleasant social events of < S >
the season 4
< The Seekers Literary club meets < J >
thus afternoon with Mrs W M < 3 >
Havenor 7M Third avenue It 0
Mrs R W Hill in the Caihneas 0
will be a Longfellow afternoon 0
with quotations and readings < t >
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The principal social event of Mon
day was the luncheon given in compli
ment to Mrs O J Salisbury by Mrs
W S McCornick at the McCornick
home in Center street A basket of
merican Beauty roses formed the
luautiful decorations of the luncheon
tabl where monogram place cards
were laid for 17 guests
Miss Menzies of England who is
pending a few days at the J E Dooly
h nine on her way to California was
Die guest of honor at a pleasant after
noon tea Sunday when a number of
guests were invited to meet her by Mrs
John A Marshall
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The home of Mr and Mrs William
Reid on Harvard avenue was the scene
10 f a delightful Sunday night nipper
v huh was enjoyed by 10 guests
A pretty wedding took place at the
h > me of Mr and Mrs J M Wardrop
I aturday evening when their daugh
tl Miss Florence Wardrop and F L
lInt were married by Bishop George
nl1eA reception followed the cer
titmny which was attended by the
If lends of the bride and bridegroom
The rooms were prettily decorated for
tin interesting occasion with red and
white carnations and smilax The
rridt i was charming in a gown of white
silk mull carrying a bridal bouquet
1 white roses She was attended by
1 > 1 sifter Miss Rachel Wardrop who
u i Ire a pretty bridesmaid gown of
white mull Mr and Mrs Kent will
Jt at home after January 1 at 76f Haw
thome avenue
At a meeting of the members of the
Coernors club held in the club rooms I
on December 12 1909 an election of of
f er < to serve for the ensuing six
months was held anc resulted in the
following Denis J Murphy pre l
tb i nt Lewis M Sowles vice president
William W Fuller secreary Leslie R
squires treasurer Bernice G Richard
t tn sergeantatarme A number of af
fairs were discussed and other busi
ness transacted Allen Bassett was
inimously elected in the chill The
i dub has decided to give a bobsleigh
i arty the evening of Tuesday Decem
ber 14
Mr N M Hamilton and niece atop
Lnf ille Clark will leave soon after the
holidays for NeW York from whole
they will sail for Paris where Miss
liik will enter a finishing school to
main for two years Mrs Hamilton
will stay several months In the French
metropolis before returning to Salt
Miss Margaret Walker daughter oi
Mi and Mrs J R Walker Miss No
n IlrR > Thompson daughter of Mr and
Mr Ezra Thompson and Miss Lillian
Tare daughter of Mr and Mrs H
lance Lane will return the latter part
< f the week from New York bere
t Ii are attending Miss Bennetts
t hooi to spend the holidays with ttoefr
Mrs W H Rowe and daughter Klip
Amy Rowe will spend Christmaswttb
Mr Rowe and daughter Mr K > 3
smih i at Riverside Orchard Branch
l1ar Corinne Utah
M < and Mrs W W Winter are
Finding a few days in Provo
Mi and Mrs George A Steiner and
son Frank expect to leave Saturday for
Lincoln Neb to spend the holidays
with the formers parents
Mr and Mrs S D Evans expect their
daughter Frances to arrive Sunday
from Los Angeles where she has been
attending West Lake school to remain
with them for the Christmas vacation
Mr and Mrs H A Schwikhart will
leave soon for Buffalo N Y to spend
the holidays with Mr Schwelkarfs
Mrs Charles Walker will leave today
for San Francisco to remain during the
winter months
Mrs E W Pitcher and son of Den
ver are visiting in the city wlh Mrs
Pitchers sister Mrs George Forrester
In the Kensington
Mr and Mrs S H Sharman left
Monday for a short stay in Los An
Mr and Mrs C W Wilson will soon
be at home at 167 South Tenth East
Mr and Mrs Rudolph Kuchler and
Miss Orth are spending the winter in i
Phoenix Ariz with Frank Orth
Lynn Clinton will come from Boise
to spend Christmas at the James E
Clinton home in A street
MissRae Campbell and Miss Mignon
Denhalter spent Saturday in Logan
wih Miss Genevieve Thatcher
T T i
Mrs John Reed has returned from
a stay of several weeks in San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles and will be at
home for the remainder of the winter at
the Keith apartments
f The
of the California Fig Syrup Co and the
Hiomific attainments of its cheinira have
rendered possible the production of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna in all of its
excellence by obtaining the pure medic
inal principles of plant known to act moat
beneficially and combining them moat
skillfully in the right proportions with
its wholesome and refreshing Synip of
California Figs
As then is only one genuine Syrup of
rigs and Elixir of Serena and se the gen
uine is manufactured by an original
method know to the California Fig Syrup
Co only it is always necessary to buy the
genuine to get its beneficial effect
A knowledge of the above facts enables
one to decline imitations or to return them
if upon viewing the package the full name
lit the California Fig Syrup Co is not found
T mtrd on the front thereof
Sewing Machines
The ideal family sewing mad llea Do more
kiadeof eewng ban HI other mae delt easier
Qieker and beUerand last a IttlltbDe We earn
iI o compi re etoek M well as re f tn for eyery
emergency CaUaad we w new Stager i odes
un Scwiia H tft I Ccupm 43 Sotm HAM rasa
The Toyland of Cries Crinkle
No approvals I will be sent out from
Walkers Big Basement
7 any department till after Christmas
Evetytlimg i that will delight the hearts of the little
folks is arrayed b in wfjnderful assortment from the on account of the holiday rush
simplest top to fine mechanical toys We es Shop in the morning
pecial this week hobby horses express wagons i
doll houses and furniture tool chests etc See them I
1 leadlJoWea tocks Sweep 6 ngly 1
enars t tessas
j I 2 Sacrificed at Onq Half Prlce 2 t
lawsa L I
It is imperativestocks must be lowered for inventory which comes earlier this year in time to
save on your holiday outfit Prices are radically sacrificed to force a rapid and enthusiastic clear
ance it is the last great sale of the yearthe greatest readytowear event of the seasonnote
every item and every price half pricemarked down from actual retail pricesbona fide reductions
A 1 Our Entire Line of Tailored 65 to 125 Evening Gowns
4 I
r Suits Reduced 50c and Our Entire Stock Half Price
t Less on the Dallar Elegant Parisian afternoon and evening gowns in fine broadcloth
y chiffon crepe satin cloth etc in dark medium and pastel shades
It is a great saving opportunity womens strictly tailored suits in win
i f 6000 qren Qg Gowns X 8000
ters newest mbdels two and threepiece chevrons broadcloth im
x ported worsteds diagonals French serges and mannish weaves Costa 7500 Evening Gowns t f3750
k 44i are long 45 to 50inch models skirts pleatedall colors and elegantly 8500 Even b ° Gowns 0 4250
w finished and lined Winters greatest reductions 12500 Evening Gowns 6250
t r
y E 2500 Tailored Suits 1250
f A i 153500 r Tailored Suits t 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 1500 Theatre and Evening Capes Our Entire
t1 k 4500 Tailored SlutS 2000
HalPrice 5000 Tailored Suits i
I 7500 Tailored Suite 3750 o rr
I < y 1 9500 Tailored Suits 1 4750 i satin moire silk 1OM
r Fine imported chiffons broadcloths imported reps
17500 Tailored Suits 8750 etc Plain and handsome pastel shadesall reduced
l i v omens OnePiece Winter Dresses up 3000 Evening Capes 1500
o 1000 Evening Capes 2000
to 3250 Values 895
t 1500 Evening Capes 1 fJtlV
f > r i ° x For complete clearance we have grouped one entire selection of a 6000 Evening Capes 8000
t womens onepiece dresses worth up to 3250 and placed them on the bargain 1900
r < i tables Some are made up in broadcloths and serges others are fine panamas P 9800 E ennl h Capes
and worsteds plain tailored and lace and braided yokes All the new long 12500 Evening Capes t 250
a to waisted 8250 effect Sale and 895 featured in winters favored colorings Dresses worth up 11500 Evening Capes s 7250
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A garment like this is well adapted for
gymnasium wear as well as for ordinary
play times Navy blue flannel with black
and white plaid for the bands are appro
priate materials
This pattern is cut in three sizes 1 S
and 4 years Size 3 requires S yards of I
37Inch material Price of Pattern 471 is
10 cents
No 471
Name + uu
Sire u
Fill out blank and send to Pattern
Department of this newspaper
As theee patterns are purchased in
New York find the orders must he sent
there from t > a U > to ho wks should
be allowed tv refPllt n ° pa i tT after
coupon has been malted to this office
A private safe may oe rented In tne
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 200 per year and upwards
Established 1879
An Inhalation for
Whooping Cough Croup
Bronchitis Coughs
Diphtheria Catarrh
Creeoteno Is a Boon to Asthmatics
Does It not seem moro effective to breathe Jn a
remedy for diaeaiei of the breathing organs than
to take the remedy Into the stomach
Cresoleno tores because the air rendered
strongly antiseptic is carried over the diseased
surface with every breath giving prolonged and
constant treatment It Is IpTaluablo to mothers
with small children
Those of a Con t5 SIB
sumptive Tendency
will find immediate relief b
from Coughs or inflamed
Condition of the throat
Send postal for de s
tcrlptivo Booklet
VnpoCresoleno Go
ISO Fulton Street
New York
Aehen and Pains of rheumatism are
not permanently but only temporarily
relieved by external remedies Why
not use an internal remedyHoods
Sarsaparilla which corrects the acidity
of the blood pn which rheumatism de
pends and cures the disease
Two million dollars guarantees the
accuracy of every abstract made by the
Salt Lake Security d Trust Co 32 Up
Main We own our own records
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Holiday Gifts for All
Most Unusual Novelties in
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All the Smart Creations
Head dresses of silver and gold feather and chiffon drapes
and muffs Silk hosiery and neckwear as well as all the
little dainty acoemiories that mean so much to the well
dressed woman
A correct new gown for Christmas after
noon or evening would be appreciated by
any woman
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Edward Nolan Is Lodged in County
Jail on Serious Complaint
Edward Nolan charged with having
embessled 47 from Samuel E McGraw on
November 8 was arrested yesterday after
noon by Deputy Sheriff Fred Butler
McGraw is a mining man with offices
at 432 Judge building Nolan had been
in his employ It is alleged that he madu
certain collections for McGraw Novem
ber 8 failing to turn them over to their
owner aggregating a sum of 17 as near
as McGraw could learn It is the claim
of McGraw that he lost track of Nolan
November 8
goy With Wanderlust Makes Life
Interesting 1 for Father
Little Johnny Decker son of Ernest
Decker of this city is playing a game
at hide and seek with his father of such
broad proportions that it has cost the
latter nearly a hundred ollars in railroad
fares in the attempt to keep track of his
son in le8s than a month
Johnny thinks It great sport and
though he has been under arrest and
threatened with confinement at the In
dustrial school he only makes his es
capades more interesting He is but
thirteen years of age yet he can live
all the scientific expressions of the hobo
of bow best to ride a freight train and
the rods of the passenger
White looking for advice with the po
lice yesterday Ernest Decker explained
thane had last located his son in Po
catello He says that while leaving ihe
car which he and his son occupied a few
minutes at Ogden he returned to find
his son missing He says that Johnny is
not a bad boy but is simply possessed
with a desire for rough travel
Reporting the loss of his boy to th
Ogden police he had him recovered end
with his hand gripped tightly at the
youngsters sleeve brought Mm back to
Salt Lake Yesterday noon he asked that
the youngster be locked up until he could
devise some scheme of keeping him nt
Musical Artiste Will Appear at the
First Methodist Church Next
Monday Night
The KnderlyWlndsor company ndth i a
collection of artists prominently khown
all over the country one of whom is
Madame Mayne Windsor formerly of
Salt Lake has a onenight engagement
at the First Methodist Episcopal church
on Monday night December X with
The Spanish Student a monologue
play in four scenes with musical accom
paniment and three changes of costume
In the repertoire of the company are
dialect impersonations and dramatic
readings The affair is to be given for
the benefit of the local Y W C A
which has secured the company as a
treat to their members at the holiday
season Tickets have been placed on sate
at the rooms of the Y W C A
According to the press reports the
company has been meeting with great
success in its tour of the country
The Pluto Cheese Factory company of
Steeles ranch Pluto county filed arti
cles of incorporation with the secretary
of state yesterday The capital stock Is
J6000 in dollar shares of which 2780
shares are held in the treasury The of
ficers are J P Damson president Ar
thur Whittaker vice president George
Horton secretary M M Steele treas
urer and Joseph A Peterson the addi
tional director
The Steinberg Tailoring company of
Chicago qualified to do business in Utah
by filing a copy of its articles of incor
poration with the secretary of state yes
terday naming Meyer Steinberg of Og
den as the Utah agent The company
has a capital of 1500 In M share Fred
Steinberg Is president and W X Mu
chinic is secretary t
The Cullen Hotel company of Salt Lake
filed articles with the county clerk yes
terday The capital stock Is S600 I in
dollar shares of which 80000 shares are
set aside for treasury stock The officers
are John Condron president and treas
urer Lovenia Condron vice president
and Frank J Gustin secretary these
also forming the board of directors G
W Thompson and George B Hancock
are additional stockholders Condron
holds 29986 shares and each of the other
incorporators one share Furniture in
the Cullen hotel Cullen annex the ° Cul
len bar fixtures and the lease on the Cul
len hotel property dated October 11 1897
and running ten years are taken for
An amendment was filed with the
eounty clerk yesterday changing the
name of the Perfection Shipping Can
company to the Perfection Manufactur
ing company William N Hill Is presi
dent and W B Passey Is secretary
Articles of the Wimmer Investment
company were filed in the office of the
county clerk yesterday The company
has a capital stock of 10000 In dollar
shares Officers are L w Wlmmer
one share president I VL WInuner
4m shares vice president R S Wim
mer 4998 shares secretary and treas
urer these also comprising the directors
T G Wimmer jr and A B Wimmer
holding one share each are the additional
Edward M Clark Santaquln and Au
gusta Weinstein Salt Lake
Clayton Kissel and Myrtle Ripke Vic
tor Colo
Stephen flay Dean Woodruff and
Dorothea 1T Plpn 1 Badger Wyo
Peter H Ll1it d und Edna Alice Thump
son Minneapolis I
Railroads Have Slight Delay and
Fair Weather Is Now Promised
by Weather Prophet
In spite of the stormy conditions that
have prevailed in the last several days
very little trouble has been experienced
by the railroad and telegraph companies
The Union Pacific Los Angeles Limited I
was the only train delayed for any
length of time yesterday being held up
for more than twelve hours
The Denver Rio Grande got all their
trains through on time yesterday and
the officers of the company did not ex
pect to have any trouble with the storm
which appears to be local
Fair weather is promised for today by
the weather man who has the following
to say in his report for yesterday East
of the Rocky mountains the barometric
pressure is below normal accompanied
by cloudy conditions with rain or snow
at many stations A high pressure area
of considerable energy has appeared in
the extreme northwest and now over
spreads the Pacific coast states and the
plateau region It is attended by clear
ing weather Temperatures are above
normal everywhere except in the imme
diate Mississippi valley where they are
somewhat below The conditions indi
cate generally fair weather in this vicin
ity for Tuesday
The weather map for yesterday shows
that the precipitation for the year so far
is Just 350 Inches above normal Nearly
every month of the year has been above
normal and the present month is now
115 as against 133 for the normal with
more than half of the month yet to be
The mean temperature for yesterday is
given as 25 the normal as 33
Electric Company Asks to Tap in on
Cottonwood Creek
The Electric Power A Milling company
engaged in supplying electric lighting and
power to Orangeville and Castledale
Emery county yesterday filed with the
state engineer an application for the right
to appropriate forty cubic feet of water
from Cottonwood creek for power pur
poses A canal 4684 feet in length will
be constructed to convey the water and
21 horsepower will be developed to be
used in providing electrical power in
Emery county
An application filed yesterday by John
H Curfew of Loa Utah asks the right
to appropriate ten cubic feet of water
from Rasp 01 Blind lake in Wayne county
for the purpose of irrigating 400 acres
United Realty company to Jacob T
Spencer lots 56 and 67 block 5
Union Heights subdivision 330
H B Scott et al to Martha C Nel
son Iota 13 and 14 block 2 First
Burlington addition 300
O Bourdan to Fred F Wells part of
section 17 township 1 north range
1 west MO
Robert J Harman et al to Mrs L
J Baird part of section 36 town
ship 1 south range 1 west 10
Charles F Adams Id et al to Kim
ball Richards Co lots 15 to 22
Glenwood subdivision 10
Herbert D Robinson to J R Heath
cot lot 8 Robinson subdivision G25
David Jones et al to Henry R All
sop part of section 19 township S
south range 1 east 20f
After a fortnight spent in California
Visiting the schools of San Francisco
Sacramento and Berkeley A C Nelson
state superintendent of public instruction
returned homo yesterday and will now
devote hie attntinn to arranging for the
conf 1nn f r the st ttf Teachers asso
uatiLii t n L 1 in Salt Lake during
the Christmas holidays
Lane Cutoff on Union Pacific Is I Out
of Commission
The Union Pacific company has been
forced to take the old and longer route
this side of Omaha for all trains as the
Lane cutoff is sliding down the hill
This was the direct cause of the delay
in the train carrying the Crocker funeral
cars one of which contained Crockers
body and the other The Rover car
rying a funeral party
The Crocker party did not arrive In
Ogden until Saturday afternoon and the
Southern Pacific made arrangements at
that time to get the train to Los Angeles
by Sunday morning
Salt Lake Actors Will Play at Spring
Springvilles new opera house which is
said to be one of the finest in any of
the small cities of the state will open
next Friday night Blanche Douglas win
appear in one of the leading parts In
The Girl of the Golden West with
Frederick Moore Arling Alcine and other
stock actors of this city who have been
persuaded by the manager of the Spring
ville house to play at the opening Miss
Douglas made quite a hit when the play
was presented in this city
Reports From Over the State Show
Good Work of the Ihk and
Game CommiMioner
Reports beginning to be received at
the office of Fred W Chambers state
game and fish commissioner from his
deputies In the field reflect encouragrt
conditions obtained under the game law
Mian Day chief deputy of the Sixth dis
trict reports that the streams and lakes
especially those in MIllard Beaver Iron
and Washington counties are in ex c
lent condition as regards fish and thai
there have been but few violations of th
law It Is urged that the streams or
Washington county be stocked Wt
trout try
William Archlbold deputy in Sun in t
county advises of general sattefactin
over the planting of 4XOOO fry in his die
trict The protection of the law has r
suited in a marked Increase In the fl
and game in that county and the bourn
offered by the state has been an incer
tive in the killing off of predatory ai
mals Bounties have been paid on i
coyotes twentyeight wild cats fo r
bears one lynx and one gray wolf

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