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V At Fort Douglas this evening an 0
< t > informal hop will be given in the 4
v post hall with Major and Mrs J U
M Arraamtth and Lieutenant and 0
v Mrs J S Upham on the re
V ceptlon committee < t >
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v Mrs Henry Catrow entertain +
this afternoon at a bridge tea at
v her nome in Fifth East street < t >
v A matinee box party will be
e > given this afternoon at the Or
e > phnim by Miss Lucille Clark for
is twenty or her young friend A < j >
v 6 ar look tea will follow at the < i >
v apartments of Mr and Mr N M < 5 >
Hamilton in the Branford < 5t >
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< to Mia Emma Zane assisted by < t
Mia Florence Ware will entertain < >
v this evening at a young peoples i
< t > party 4
V At the home of Mr and Mr H 4
C Hoffman in Eat South Temple IV
e street today their daughter Naomi
w will entertain a number of her 4
ri young rlend at a 2 oclock lunch +
w eon 4
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w A birthday luncheon will take 0
< > place today at the rest room In 4
w the Brook Arcade for six of the 4
v young women of the Y W C A 0
V with Mr E B Critchlow and 4
< t Mra A T McCanne u the host 3
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U The member of the Gamma Phi < 5s >
< c sorority will receive their friend 0
tilt afternoon from S to 6 oclock 4
e at Iii South Thirteenth East 0
< street 4
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> Tonight at the Y M C A a ao < 3 >
cial will be enjoyed when the 0
combined claase of the young men G
< v and women will give a banquet in 4
> the gymnasium with an interest 0
o ing program to follow V
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< The Sewing club will be enter < t >
tained this afternoon by Mlse Es 4
< > telle Clinton at her home in A 0
j street 4
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< ilr and Mi J A Hendrickson 0
K will entertain this evening to role 4
c i brate their silver wedding annl 4
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The art section of the Ladles 0
Literary club will meet this morn
< ing in the club house at 1416 4
when a paper on Art will be 4
given by H L A Culmer 4
The Flower Card club will be en 0
I > tertalned this afternoon by Mrs A 4
Conover 4
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St Marks Hospital Charity asso
ciation will give a card party at the
Ladies Literary club some time in the
early part of February in aid of the
charity fund of the association
The social committee of the Univer
sity club baa issued cards for a formal
dance to be given at the club on the
fvening of Thursday January 6 This
rent will be the second in a series of
four dances to take place during the
winter season
On New Yeas day at Fort Douglas
the officers and ladies of the garrison I
will be received at noon by Colonel and 1
Mrs Walter S Scott at the com I
mandants quarters Later the ladies
and officers of the post will informally
receive at their quarters in Officers
Mrs Windsor VRIce and Miss Rice
were the hostesses Wednesday after
noon at a beautifully appointed bridge
tea given at the Rice residence in East
South Temple street Red and white
carnations gracefully arranged were
seen in profusion in the drawing room
and in the dining room a low basket of
gorgeous poinsettia the Christmas I
flower occupied the center of the tea
table The hostesses were assisted in
serving by Mrs Arthur H Bird Mrs
Karl A Scheid Mrs Benner X Smith
and Mrs John A Marshall who took
turns at th tea and coffee urns Bight I
tables of the game were played
The members of the Utopia Bridge
club were handsomely entertained
Wednesday by Mrs Henry C Hoffman
at a 1 oclock luncheon followed by
bridge when six tables were filled with
the players
The rooms throughout were decked
in Christmas greens and holly with a
large and beautifully ornamented tree
In the library In the dining room the
luncheon table where covers were laid
for twentyfour had for the central
decoration a miniature Christmas tree
and the color scheme was carried out
with redshaded lights and vases of
red roses on the sideboard and buffet
with red Christmas bells for place
cards The prises given at the six ta
bles of bridge were awarded to Mrs P
S Keogh Mrs Fred A Hale Mrs S
H Pinkerton Mrs E D Woodruff
Mrs Matthew Cullen and Mrs Vaughn
Paul The club will meet In two weeks
with Mrs J C Hanchett
Miss Beth and Gladys Kimball en
tertained Tuesday evening at a delight
ful dancing party given in honor of
their brother Jack who is at home from
school for the holidays The rooms
were attractive In Christmas decoia
tions palms and Indian blankets The
chaperones of the evening were Miss
Quincey Kimball and Miss Ruby
Knowlton The young people present
to enjoy the pleasant evening were the
Misses i Katherine Jennings Edith Du
senberry Llbbte Wells Venice Farns
worth Edna Hull Helen Claw son Earl
Smith Will Abbott Earl Kass Allen
Sadler Harvey Snow Boyd Park Jack
Sadler Irwin Clawson Ken Thomas
Lester Owens
At the home of Judge and Mrs M L
Ritchie Wednesday evening their son
Oliver Ritchie entertained sixteen l
young folks of the neighborhood at a
pleasant card Dart
Mrs E T Kimball entertained infor
mally Wednesday afternoon for a num
ber of family friends
+ s
The Thursday Afternoon Luncheon
club was pleasantly entertained yester
day by Mrs George E Raymond at her
apartments In the Woodruff The 1
oclock luncheon was followed by
bridge The next meeting on Thurs
day January 6 will be at the home of
Mrs George W Lambourne
Mr and Mrs J G Kimball will en
tertain New Years eve at a watch
party at their home in East First North
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Miss Ethel Nettleton gave a delight
fut musicale at her home 446 South
Fourth East street yesterday afternoon
for her pupils Those taking part were
the Misses Hudson Cheney Strickley
Violet and Grace Perkins Brown and
Hanson The young ladies acquitted
themselves In pleasing manner
The sixth annual complimentary
dance given by the members of the Al
pha Pi fraternity of the University of
Utah at Odeon hall last night was one
of the most successful dances of the
Salt Lake social season and was the
most pleasing of the many delightful
dances given by that fraternity The
hall was artistically decorated in in
signia of the university and the fra
ternity Along the white fresco of the
hall small red Us were strung at in
tervals of every few feet At the end
of the hall in the spaces between the
large mirrors were two shields of the
fraternity between which were large
red block Us Upon the side wall
from the large pillars forming the
arches were shields of the fraternity
and upon the bandstand was another
large fraternity shield Upon the large
mirrors at the ends of the hall was
placed a large bunch of violets the fra
ternity flower from which dnooped
down lone streamers of red and blue
ribbons the colors of the fraternity
Soeclal attention was given to the mu
sic for the evening The dancing was
started by the orchestra striking un the
tune of Heidelberg the music to
one of the fraterlty songs which wa <
Wended Into the music of the first
dancr Th programs for the dance
were perhans the most unique and i
tasty ever used for a college dance in
Salt Lake The covers were white in
terwoven with red and blue tints Upon
each one was a photograph of a ball
room scene taken from a drawing by
Christy At the top of the picture was
a miniature pin of the fraternity
Punch and candy was served during
the evening It Is estimated that BOO
couples were present
At the regular meeting of St Marks
Charity association Wednesday in the
Y M C A rooms the final reports of
the committees in connection with the
late charity ball were given with the
gratifying result that the net proceed
were larger than at any similar annual
event The gross receipts were 266530
expenses 18624 making the net re
ceipts 246906 Mrs F L Oswald re
signed the position of chairman of the
charity committee which office she has
held for several years in anticipation
of a years absence from the city when
she expects to teHe a trjij rouiid the
world The position wilt Be fined by
Mrs A J Gorham A rising vote of
thanks was given to Mrs Oswald for
her capable and systematic efforts dur
ing time that she was at tho head of
the important committee Mrs Oswald
also gave a report of the charity work
of the past year with amount of money i
expended which contained many inter
esting facts It was decided by the
members of the association to vIve an
evening card party some time before I
Lent when the proceeds will go toward
the charity fund
Miss Amanda Holmgren of Logan Is
expected to arrive today when she will
be the guest of Captain and Mrs W AI
Cavenaugh at Fort Douglas Friday I
afternoon Mr Cavenaugh will enter
tain in honor of Miss Holmgren when
the guests will be the ladies of the
Mrs L B Matteson an oldtime resi
dent of Salt Lake now of Schenectady
N Y Is in the city for a time and is
stopping at the Hotel Moxum
Dr and Mrs Frank J Alexander
have returned from Provo after spend
ing the holidays with relatives
Mice Romola King daughter of Judge
William H King is spending the week
with her cousin Miss Zulu Houtz In
Mrs W A Leatham left yesterday
for American Fork to visit with friends
for a few days
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Cleanses the S stem
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Dispels colds and Headaahes
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I Acs vaXxvay acteXtvi y as
Best JOY Men Voxwcxv odCi i
tea JjfouYi and Old
To 6 Qt Vs 6teSca eSSccs
at wQ ys buy Vhs Gexxxivcve
menufeetured by Kc
ere size only regular price 50 per bottle
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The red blue and gilt combination so
pretty for children is used in making
this little dress The check is navy blue
and bright red with plain red used for
the collar cuffs and bretclles Bright
gilt buttons and black braid are used as
I a trimming
This pattern is cut in three sizec 6
months 1 and 8 years Size 1 year re
quires Qua yards of 27 inch material
Prke of Pattern 401 is 10 cents
No 401
Size <
Fill out blank and send to Pattern
Department of this newspaper
Ae these patterns Are purchased Tn
New York and the orders must be sent
there from ten days to two weeks
should be allowed for receipt of pattern
after coupon has been mailed to this
Comb Out
Is your comb telling a story the story
of falling hair Not a pleasant story 1
is it It ends badly The story we
I tell is pleasantthe story of Ayers
Hair Vigor Promptly stops falling
hair completely destroys dandruff
Does not Color the Hair
We give the ingredients of Ayer Hair Vigor
If you have any doubt go direct to your
doctor Follow his advice J C Ayer Co
Loall M
A private sate may be rented in the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security R Trust Co 32 up Main
street JJOO per year and upwards
Start the new year rightstart it by
wearing good clothes Havent the
= money You dont need it
Well Sell
r i t t You Clothes I
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i on Credit
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l i III I I well dressed very easily We show the latest and most
t i i attractive styles in suits and coats for men and women
and a complete line of ladies furs hats etc You select what you want and pay us a
little down and the balance
1 a Week4 a Month
Western Outfit Co
266 South State Street Opposite Knutsford Hotel
EsteHIshed 1879
An Inhalation for
WhoopingCough Croup
Bronchitis Coughs
Diphtheria Catarrh
Cresolene Is a Boon to Asthmatics
Doge it not seem more effective to breathe in a
rm dr for diseases of the breathing organs than
to take the remedy into the stomach
Cresolcne cures because the air rendered
strongly antiseptic is carried over the diseased
uriaee with every breath gUms prolonged and
constant treatment It is Invaluable to mothers
with small children
Thme oi a Con deep
sumptive Tendency
will find immediate relief le
from Conghg or inflamed t
Condition of the throat
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Mrlptire Booklet
VupoCresnlene Co
ISO Fulton Street
New York
Excessive cold weather through Wyom
ing delayed all Union Pacific trains yes
terday and reports to the operating de
partment were to the effect that with
the temperature around zero it was im
possible to get service from either men
or engines One cause for delay has been
the freezing of water tanks so that in
some instances it has taken several hours
to take water
Incidentally a carload of turkeys from
Wichita Kan that was shipped 17 da > s
ago for the Salt Lake Christmas trade
arrived yesterday There is no likelihood
of any decline In the market howev
for the demand for New Years dad
expected to clean the carload up as Stall < l
as they can be handled by the who i
Balers This carload of turkeys w
shipped December 11 and should ha
reached Salt Lake In four days at t
outsideClMA DEFIED
Doctors of Two Continents Could
Make No impression on Torturing
Skin Disease All Treatments
Failed for Ninatfwn Years
I contracted my oisease at school
in London England when I was four
teen years old I am now thirty
three My father put me under the
care of our family physician who diag
nosed my disease as itch But after
several months treatment without
receiving any benefit I was advised I
to go to a hospital I attended the
Hospital London Then and on
two other occasion without my ga
ting any benefit they treated me tor
enema My next attempt was trying
different ointments from doctors and i
druggists Then I tried patent medicines
including and
I passed examinations for govern
ment situations but was finally re
jected at the medical examinations
After three attempts to enlist in the
British army I succeeded at last but was
discharged on account of my eczema
The disease was confined to face arm q
and legs my face being actually raw a r
times I came to America thirtee >
years ago but my face became sons
If possible When in New York City I
was advised to go to Hcspitai
whence I was sent to the Hoapiti
in Brooklyn I was put under the care rr
Professorbut this also added to the
number of unsuccessful attempts I
returned home to England and tried tho
Hospital Liverpool the
Hospital London also the worldfameI 1
London Hospital but without get
ting cured I came back to America
five years ago I had overlooked the
Cuticura Remedies dozens of time
but three months ago I decided to gist
Cuticura a trial and I can safely say J
am cured of one of the most torturing
skin diseases a man ever had Richard
Curley New Canaan Conn Jan 10oo
I am familiar with Mr Curlers
case and his cure and believe hit state
ment to be true John F Burke New
Canaan Conn
NOTE All the names left blank
are given in full in Mr Curler letter
templet External and Intents Treatment t r
Every Humor coutiti of Cutfcnn Soap IV > tI i
Cfeutt the Skin Cntfeon Otatnent 5Oel to HPH
the Skin and Cutfenra Rsol nt bile or In t1 e
bra of Chocolate Owted PlUt 26o per rial of 6n >
to Purify the Blood Potter Drag k Chem Cor
Solp Props Boston Mass
BVMalled Free 32page book ctYtnc dwcnptl
treatneat and cure of torturing disflcurtaif humor
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Delayed Shipments Snowbound on Railwayo NOT OUR LOSS RAILROADS LOSS YOUR GAIN
The Peoples Cash Dpartment Store Monday Offers You Jan on 3 Sale Tuesday Friday Dec Jan 31 4
100 Ladies uptodate Coats value up 200 Mens Suits up to 750 values Ladies Kid Lace all styles 200 values
to 10 sale 2 98 choice sale 2 a 98 sale a 149 1
100 Ladies uptodate Coats 10 to p25 100 Boys Suits sizes 4 to 15 years fine for school Boys School Shoes 21 to 5i < 1
value choice 0 a 98 values to 350 200 values sale Jj 1 49
1 25
200 Mens Suits r 15 to 20 values Misses Kid or Rang all styles double 4
chOIcesale I 8 98 sole 12 to 2 160 values sale 4 > 1 I 23
To make room for 1000 cases of new lines of Shoes
200 Mens Suits up to 10 to 12 values en route we will clear out the following Shoes at Childrens Kid or Rang all styles double
chOIcesale 6 90 Reduced Prices sole 9 to 113 150 values sale 115 1
200 Ion s Suits up to S to 10 values Mens Calf Bluchers 6 to 11 value Childs Shoes kid and fancy styles
ellol cesale 4 Q8 sale 14 9 100 values sale 59c
New Years Presents in Every Department at OneFourth to OneHalf Off
riiI a I 1 d = <
Earl Kemp and May Johnson Cres
John H Schramm and Josephine Lid
die Payson
D W Ostrander and Anna C Bon
ner Eureka
Ervin Yardley Parowan and Vernie
Rector Monterey Tenn
Ben Fisher Owen Green Timber
Idaho and Edith Brown Salt Lake
Chester Gilbert Murray and Katie
Smith Cottonwood
Anton O Jacobsen ana Adelaide
Swedsen Salt Lake
W T 1 Wilson and Anna B Roark
Salt Lake
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Clever Box Car Robber Must Stand
Trial in the Junction
Harry Doran better known as Kid
Doran arrested in Salt Lake toy Detective
Earl Ripley as Harry Curran as the
leader of a band of box car robbers in
the railroad yards of Ogden wai taken
back to that city yesterday afternoon by
Joe Jones representing the railroad de
tective agency and acting with authority
from the Ogden police department
Jones says that Doran is one of the
most skilled box car robbers that has
ever come to the attention of the Union
Pacific railroad He states that he is in
hopes of forcing Doran to divulge the
names of his associates and It Is hU
belief that his arrest will bring to a halt
a series of depredations which have for
more than a year baffled railroad de
tectives and the Ogden police Doran is
also suspected of a aeries of burglaries
in the business district of Ogden
Forecaster looks for Slight Change
in the Temperature Within
Few Days
The local weather man again made
good his promise of fair weather yester
day and on the strength of his several
winning prophecies of the last week has
decided to keep up the food vork and
present the town with another consign
ment off air weather aulf BnsWpe today
Temperatures m Salt Lake City have
gone down somewhat in the laoit l tew
days the map of yesterday showing the
mean for Tuesday to Have been J J de
grees while the normal was g ven as
30 The feature of yesterdais rep rt
however was the snowing of eUeio ly i
low temperatures in different vans of I
the country especially in the Mtsso in
and Mississippi valleys Winnipeg was
the coldest point in the territory cov I
ered by the weather reports yesterday
the recorlg showing 30 degrees ixlov I
zero St Louis reported 2 degrees below I
zero while Huron S D was given as I
At degrees below zero I
Remaining portions of the old B < > ar i
river reservoir rite were restored to en I
try by the department of the Interior
yesterday after being withdrawn for
nearly 22 years The land was withdrawn I
from entry by an act of Congress passed
October 2 1888 The land now restored I
to entry by a letter received by the local
lard office yesterday is in township 13
north range 6 east Salt Lake meridian
and includes lots 1 4 5 and 6 of section
3 lots 1 2 3 and 4 section 10 and lots
1 2 3 and 4 section 15 The restoration
of these tracts to the public domain Is
subject to entry filing and selection after
April 14 1910 I
Local Weather Bureau to Issue
Monthly Bulletins for Pub
lics Benefit
Plodding through snow ice and alush
and taking risks that would do honor to
the worldrenowned explorers of arctic
wilds journeying through deep ravines
and mountain fastnesses sometimes many
miles from any human habitation that
those interested may know to a fraction
of an inch just how much snow has
fallen is the work of more than 100
trained observers in the employ of the
local weather bureau
According to Section Director Thiessen
of the local weather bureau the report
which will be compiled shortly of the
snowfall for December will be more com
plete than those of previous years but
will not show the hardship and toil that
men have gone through to prepare the
record These records are pouring into
the local weather bureau every day and
as fast as they are received are being
set into type They come from every
conceivable part of Utah from places
where the weather department has never
before ventured and Mr Thiessen is of
the oplnlont that the final bulletin when
compiled will be one of the most com
plete of Its kind ever published in any
state In the Union The reports will be
issued monthly and will cover December
1909 and January February and March
of 1910
Mr Thiessen said yesterday that the
most modern and uptodate apparatus ob
tainable had been Installed in the can
yons gullies and mountains of the state
wherever snow s known to collect in
large quantities and that through the
aid Of thes instruments it has been possible
sible for the men to obtain records of
the snowfall more complete than ever
before To reach many of these accord
ing to Mr Thiessen it is necessary for
the observers to make trips Into the Coun
try on snow shoes sometimes miles from
places of habitation
The first report will be sued i on or
before January 6 and can be obtained
free of charge by application to the local
weather bureau
Mayor Refuses to Sign Contract With
the Forestry Department
at Present
After a long conference yesterday be
tween Mayor John S Branford R V
Reynolds forestry supervisor for this dis
trict Councilmen F S Fernstrom and
John HOlley and A F Doremus consult
ing engineer for the city the mayor still
withheld his signature from the contract
with the forestry department turning
ever the watersheds in Parleys and City
creek canyons to the government he
contract passed the council Monday night
but Mayor Bransford has decided to make
further investigation before attaching his
The position of Mayor Branford is that
the government gets too much out of the
proposed scheme for conserving the citys
water sheds Under the contract the city
< s to pay one forest ranger between UUO
and 1400 the men to work under tie
forestry department of tho government
and the city he believes will have to
pay too much of the expense for the plac
ing of trees Mayor Bransford said yes
terday he would investigate 1 the contract
further before attaching his signature
A Christian Silence healer who de
manded permission to treat a case of
scarlet fever in the home of J T Clark
284 C street whose sixyearold daughter
Frances Is suffering from the disease is
puzzling Dr S G Paul the recently ap
pointed assistant health commissioner
Dr Paul said last night If the woman
outers the house she will ba kept there
until the quarantine Is removed
Dr Paul said that he had not heard
of the woman attempting to make a test
asp of the affair at a late hour last
night but stated positively that in the
event of her so doing she would be de
tained in the house the same as any other
person who entered
The woman called up the health office
Tuesday and reported the case at the
same time asking permission to take care
of the case and have permission to enter
the house the same as a physician The
question was put up to Dr Paul who
decided that a Christian Scientist is not
a physician

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