TOE MORNING EXAMINER: OGDEN, CTAIJ, PFNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1906. 14, the third and fourth of a series of card parties. Jhe game was euchre, affairs were charmingly ar, si'ii both range). DecorarUin of autumn fpil-- age and flowers of autumn formed a very pretty effect. The invited guests comprised Mesdames John L. Herrick, Richard T. Hume, Lewis M. Shipley. F. N. Hess, George H. Mataon, 8. J. Van Xesa. Albert G. Horn. Hugh U. Rowe. Ralph K. Hoag. William Van Allen, Thomas Maloney, A. B. Patton, B. Kirk. Thomas Fitzgerald, : Edward Abe Kuhn, C. M. Andrews. Angus T. Wright. Ad Kuha, Charles O. Dee: Misses Maloney, Joyce, Conroy, Hume and Spencer. , Take Your Pennies to Rasmussens WHAT ONE CENT WILL BUY AT THE RACKET 1 1 Co Jim old SIOR. Riittofi 1c Ic JJ Pockrt Hfri PIaIM Riivrt IkKif lc lr KDob.n lc Coat Collar Hpriug Thm Pen Point fur. . . .. Child' Hand ken-LieRoll of Tape. le ,1( f lc lc Lire. Cornet Corn Oob Pipe. W hip Wire lc lc . lc Carnage Bolt. 2H1I fount PijMe of Pina, Two doaen Hooka and Eyee. Pix Sheet extra hear writing paper Coffee Pot knob Xickle Tip Rubber inaerted Iad Penril Coat and Rat Rook. Paper good English Needle. Tea Strainer. Yard Rabr Ribbon.,. Qjfd Cage Spnng. jknr wxe Thimble. Penholder Yard Rat. Elaatir ; lc lc Ic lc lc lc Memorandum Rook Colored Tuuuie Paper Cake Ironing Wax., piitjlorh Unen Tape Meaaurr One doaen Safety 110. Perkage lc lc lc lc lc lc lc lc ....... lc lc lc lc le Oaet Ticli.,ii.,i,,,f lc lc. lc Pencil Tablet. Beauty Pin. Eraae.ra lc Slate Pencila 4 for. Screen Door Hooka. Drawer Pull. Picture Nail. Picture Hooka. Tea Spoons. lc le Ic Ic lc The New York Racket Store UNDERSELLS EM ALL FAREWELL Immediate members of the family being present. The parlor resplendMr. George Care delightfully ent with rose,, carnations and amllas, the Udte of the Women's and in the dining mom, where the Relief corps la honor of Mrs. Alex wedding anpper was served, these Td ponce, who leaves shortly fur Baa flowers were profusely used. Mr. and Francisco. The house was beauti- Mrs. Flowers will be at home to their fully decorated with cut flowers. High frleuda la this city. Are was the game played aad (he prise were won a follows: first, Mrs. Lindsay; necond, Mr. Baker; A very pretty home wedding waa third, Mr. T. A. Matthew; fourth, .Mr. Lewi. Th guests of honor solemnised Wednesday, October 10, at were Mrs. To poo Mrs. Will BccltB, th home of Mr. and Mr. John Eayra, Mr. A. P. Cfere and Miss Couch, tbs when their daughter Cor waa Joined last throe not being members of the in holy wedlock to J. H. Barnhart, W. A. C. Hev. Alfred Brown of the Episcopal . Refreshments were served and1 all'' church officiating. preaeat had a splendid time. Those . After the ceremony a sumptuous who participated, la addltiun to those wedding eupper waa served at th already mentioned, were: Meedameo home of the bride's aunt, Mr. I. K. Weaaler, Mercer. Pace, Korig. Btevena. Fulton, Midst a shower of rice and RlgnaulL Huff. Adams, Oallacher, good wish at from their many friends Lynch, Kerr, Todd, Raker, Jarvis, assembled et the depot the young Beltaer. Lamphcre, Conch, Lewi. Mar- oouple left for Balt Lake, where they tin. Vigel Griffin, Beverll, William, will make their future home. Brat wrlght, E. Cave, C. Cave, Badger, WITH MRS. CROSIMAN. Wyant and Lindsay. PARTY. vu EAYRS-BARNHAR- a, ! BAKER-FLOWER- The marriage of Mies Elba Baker aad Mr, Morris Flowers tank place Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's pan-nta- , Mr. and Mr. It. C. Raker. The ceremony was read at 1:10 o'clock by Rev. J.K. Carver of the First Presbyterian church. After th ceremony a reception was held, only a few Intimate, friends and the THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY QUALITY COUNTS AW on joy fhoBinj? our lint of goodn bur an? wiw propjr onjoy spring Ihrm and Inlying ihrm, and af- ter thoroughly 1 rating thrni, thry rrrommrnd them lo thvir frirndfi. . I ls a. Chance to Old Age. -- years, consisting of rheumetltm m bock and in the ft(fh. 1 used deal of mediums, but it did not help . Then 1 used Dr. Hartman's Pgrma. and two bottles of this entfrefr tnm me of tha rheumatism. I wish to both Pernna and Manalin alway , U, house. This is the best medicine that i can recommend any one tu uke lot rheumatism." Catarrh All Threngh My System Mr. Robert Metiers, Murdock, Cats Co., Neb., Box ii, wrilas : I eommeneod to taka Fsrua th first nf last February. I took it nearly ns possible neeordlng to tlons. I abo got nFeruua almanac ug foe the first time learned that , trouble was eyetemlc catarrh. I catarrh from tuy bead all through system. X took Perwaw until 1 was ca. y - tlrely 1 curei. o Csnfih anfi InBIfieatlcn. n, Thoa. Beckwith, XX KUchaU BL, N.Y, writs : I waa iron Med with a eougk digettlom. Thanks to wear advice and Ao-bnr- nd am fa good healtM peer. X waa talking with an old friend last week. He told me he took Pernna last winter, and he ia la the beet of health, working every day and speaka highly ot yonr medicine. I shall feel it my duty to rsoommend Parana to all my fnenda." A great many testimonials from people of high rank and people la tho ordinary walks of life, arc received every month. Catarrh in nil its phdeoa, catarrh of the different organs of the body; acute catarrh, ehronio catarrh, catarrh that haa baffled other remedies all these are giving to Pernna unqualified and unsolicited endorsement. Penum ! Me-Ga- - Long-fello- . The Wise Buer Takes You Order no Chances. a the Stove or Range. We lake the Responsibility. QUALITY COUNTS. and thrvr no line of i and ranges that embodies more quality as Bril as tinr apjiearanrr l than t hr known lUTK'S line. Moves a-r)- Convince You and You Will Be Happy Ever After Sidney Stevens Implement Co. and Hadlock, Mr. J. W. Palmer, Superior, Wia. 1416 Tower Ava. MUa Mabel Charple. SPORTS OR ATHLETIC87 MRS. MULVEY IN POLITICS, TEMPERANCE D EPARTMENT In Balt Lake City there la a Mr. Mulvey In the city council. Mr. Mul-ve- y 1 also aauloon keeper. Think of a city permitting man who is In n business that la morally outlawed and which is bo nearly related to gambling which la legally ouMnwed, to become a public controller of the city's buai-ne- s BY W. C. T. U. affair. Is it any wonder that graft and In Fait, Lake? justice flourish COMMITTEE CLAYTON COOL1DGE MISS MABEL M. CHARPIE MISS LEOTA S. KENNEDY EDITORIAL The following ldb5rMija3H savings, the miner aud the railroad man with their email years bank i nm. men entered rne inn ex- - accounr. are not of ufflcleut Import-chang- e to become political ammunition Rzloon about 4 oclock tbla an eitbpr la Salt Lake or Ogden, morning and rubbed the aim machine I of 113 In money. News Item. Ogden always keep in mind that The burglar were arrested, nf I her nlater city haa not fallen Into course, but why are slot machines thl disgrace suddenly, it came from running again T If one law can be en-- ! long years of Indifference and careleae-- f Treed, why not the other? Due It new "n the Prt of good people, It alao cornea from the chief of take more clubs and plitnl .hots or more moral bravery on the part of getting Into the habit of ay!ng, I ho police department to arreat an ille- - Oh. you can't hnt out these gam-sa- l slot much, tie owner than to arrest 'Id??- They will have their games, We must remember that Chief the other kind of thief? Sheets had number of years training detective before he No fewer than thirteen negroes and Id not have wo while men were killed and about !erl1.-t-.become even a d a hundred negroea and halt aa many J? he had a strong belief while wounded In the recent race ,llal hc w,uld br ,b,e to ferret out riot ht Atlanta Ga. n Ai a meeting of prominent ciliwna CTl ? an optimist ahonld be a chief, ?" v we adopt el,1' resolution liar- ,h tow. a per Weekly, "urging upon the city b council the Immediate enactment of 'J?1 P'vdge of hlhe1 1ronJJ?e,,c ,n, h1 ordinance clotting low negro dive, h ' wwplfd with h fearlesie and providing ,t more vlgnroua reatrlc - own neaa about reappointment, any chief tlon of Kklo.,n for both white and can enforce ny law. black." Ah.ihwc ii Lave the cauae in a THE STATE CONVENTION. ntita'iell. There is one thing that ran raakn a brut" of any human, white or AM he elate convention tr the W. C. black, and that a liquor. Atlanta l a very wide open town T. r. two gold medal content wet-. tiarrtclpated In by roarin the politic! sense and crime pn- - held. One produeft of every aort flnorlehe In rlod ladle alone and the other by youna mn and women. Both mods! consequence. The pre of Atlanta, especially the were won h F.dr Laker, bur of Atlanta Cnnt'.iiutlon, aid the liquor co'ir-- c that wa hcaue Oxden ent Interest hv dimost unlimited sdvertia-Ing- . no ron'c.tanr. ,iut wIt until next . and lately they have been work- veil-ing overtime publishing the net rett'i-sult. or in other word, the crop reilio r.vccpilon uf recording sec-port. retary. Y1' superintendent and L. T. L. 'iperimenilent. the ztate officer worn reelected. Following ia the list: THE SALT LAKE SCANDAL. 'it. E. K. Shepard, Salt Lake, presMitny Otdcn people are no dnuht ident: Mr. C. F. Pnow. Corinne. fir-- t acantlal vice president: Mrs. Boyden. Provo, greatly hocked at the police in which Bzt Lake City and Chief of second vice president: Miss R. Maud Police Sheet involved. re PI: man. Salt corresponding secBut. after all. It la really only thp retary; .Mi. Ijike, T. W. Clancey, Ogden, aura of uf money the magnitude treasurer; Mr. Mary Newton. '8prins-ville- . that has startled people. recording secretary; Mia Rhode The delivery hoy airti hi week' Xellwm. Mt. Pleasant, assistant record-lohi with herder the wage, sheep ecri'tiir ; Ml Alice Ault, Tra- Min' I humanity." "I believe Pernna ia the beet minis in tbe world for ail catarrhal diseases. e goofi-nigh- THOUGHT PRODUCERS. and n half year old, and feel aa young as I did ten year aga I visited recently among oome old friends, who said X looked aa young as I did twenty years ago. I thank yeq lor yonr kindness to me, and hope yon may live long to benefit Buffering e al CONDUCTED I am eighty-thre- e Y" superintendent; Mr. and toward tho crime he and his coPratt, Helper, L. T. L. superintendent. nfederates committed, uf first getting aa much of their victtm'e money by Mra. Shepard, president uf the unUm, gambling a possible, and then impeher annual address at the morn- rsonating policemen and taking away gave ing Ksalon, mod reported that during from them the remainder of tho $11? the pint year she had traveled 4,316 Out). niUea in the inters.) of the organizaThe chief of police, be R understood, tion; had organized two new unions, compelled Jhe gamblers lo give back Y. W. C. T. U.'a and two Ljyal two 7S0 of the amount stolen, but mads Temperance legions. The report of no effort to arreat the thieve or reMiss Dirmara, cone pond lug secretary, cover the remainder, and the chW. showed that twenty-alnsilver medal when dlMmvered in hi raralasimi contest and three gold medal conto give it no worse name want imtest had been held during tbe year; mediately to consult hia friend, air. that the membership of the union had Mulvey. ' increased 110, and that tbe names of It Is the presence of these Mr. MuV thirty-fivhonorary members had been vey i in polftice that are the chief added. sources of difficulties in the way of nathe law and Mr. E. E. Buepard waa elected a val, lire and property, protecting A delegate to the world convention of a fountain can. rie no hlghsr the V. C. T. I'., to convene at Boston than its source, so a chief of police Is October 17, and Mra. Bbepard and Mrs. not apt to be any better or mom oJ. S. Gordon of Ogden were named aa fficiant than tho power that appoints delegates to the national convention, him. Bo It does seem to matter a lo be held at Hartford, Conn, the week great deal whom a city electa to bar following the convention at Boston. city council aad as her mayor. ace to It that no Mr. MaLet The delegates to the state conven- tveys, Ogden whether in the saloon business tion from Ogden were Met.dameM J.,8. or not, are placed in pualtkub of uwt Gordon, T. W. Clancey, N. Rarlg, Clira and power. Cora Hobbs - On Thursday afternoon Mr. W. W. Croesman, assisted by Mitts Tlllle Harris, at the pretty home of the former, entertained the ladle of the Aid society tif the First M. E. cliurch. The rooms were prettily decorated in autumn leaves, Bhort addressee were made by Rev, Crane and Miss WatJ. W. Raney delightfully entertained, son. After an hour of aortal rhar 11 the girls uf hie Sunday school class sat down to a aumpiuoua repeal. About at a dinner at Kennedy's Friday evening. It may be safely said that Ken- thirty gueati were present. X monton, 1 I po-Ju- - 5ll,e cl are in- Mr. Mulvey's sen- timent regarding the $10,000 steal from the McWblrtes. It wa during a newspaper interview that Mr. Mulvey gave utterance tu them: Tbat'a a common thing, Interrupted Mr. Mulvey.. Those game are going on all the time in this country- - If a man duean't know better than to get Into a game of cards with strangers, and if he get robbed nf bin money, I have no sympathy for fllm-flH- him. But dn you think it right for a man to put hta hand Into another mans pocket and take hi money, Mr. Mulvey?" I dont know that they did that. You can't tell what some of these peo- ple will aay. If Jim Donaldson got all that muney, that hia business. Ho get all he can In hia buxines and gel It any way lie can. Now, the above la tbs attitude of a member of the city council of Salt Lake toward a professional gambler' 1 'n Athletics and sporting news hav to HU a large apace in tha dally paper. Wo are told that the publle demaneda great deal of that dan of reading. Hence a daily paper most, in order to be abreast of tho thus, have Its sporting editor and spotting department. Very good, hut let ua aak why the uee of tha word aporte" Instead d "athletic?" Hera ia a possible Athletics ran hardly he said to Include prize fighting, hut sports la a much more comprehensive term apparently. The writer of thia recently bad occasion to examine closely the of a aocallcd sporting page to a certain dally. The paper waa Illustrated by hideous and silly cartoons of prise fighters. There were about two oolumss of prise fighting dope, written in the jargon that only pngs" and apart' ing editor understand. come coa-tent- s Then came a column of professloe-a- l baseball dope (we gathered the dope" meant news), also In a dialect of Its own, containing Idiom which only baseball fan!" and spotting editor understand. About half a column dealt with the Henley regatta and six lines were devoted to JUT Button, the woman champion tennis player. Thluk or It! May Sutton, the on Page Bit) PUBH.Y VEGEKBLE : - b Give Rheumatism nf so-call- ri We will art up H IirCKS KAN'fSK nr HOT RI.AST IIKATKR in voiir houw nnl uw it IMI days; if it i not ua ivptv aunt til, bi Bill (nko it out of your biiv. What ran joh latter do ton wmit? They Sell Themselves. -Hl CaL, writes: I had years aumdiag, and Xdeath seemed to star ins m the face, tried several catarrh remedies, and without avail. I took fifteen bottles of Anus and five bottle of Maaalin, and X a in completely curd.' All the catarrhal symptoms are gone, my digestion is good, my appetite la good, and I rest well at night. I am seventy years of aga and 1 hope to live many more year to praise Pernna to all my friends who suffer from catarrh as I did." : that Money and Brain Has Produced and PE-RU- Mr. Carolina Trunk, l?ui Jeffery Peoria, 111., writs ; chronic catarrh sf fifteen Arc, X had a very painful trouble fur ; 30 Days Free Trial of BUCKS STOVES and RANGES Best S80IIT Catarrh rifteca Years. Mrs. 8. A. Rogers, LeMoore, nedys has seldom served n JuOier Mr. O. V. Ruujoa spent crowd. Mr. Raney's class enjoys such day of the week t the capital. dinner annually. Th guesta pres-Mrs. Ed Wright Is guost of Mrs. eiit were Miaaea Artie Steele, Aline Sneed, Reas Dorms. Florence Kelly. A. J. Hoffman is Salt Lake. CLUB PARTY, Lottie Wndnian. Mary Hope, Amy j tb guest A nine. Ms trie Van Tassel. Alta Rom-leMrs. W. H. C 'heavers Mias Irene Reed ho Let to the Katie Mills. Mattie Xelaoa, Uraoe of Mr. WU1 June in Skit Luke this members of her' club on Thursday eekl Geiger, and Mint Mabel t'harpie. evening at her heme, la an advertising contest prizes were won by the SENIORS TKV mongthe Mr. Thmu Keogh i Misses Bennett and Roberts. Decorvisitors at the capital during th; The seniors f the 06 v, elau and ations of dahlias and autumn leaves week. used la the parlors and dining faculty of the nirh school were very were a member ef their room. A buffet anpper was served Mine Elizabeth Orth spent a few ably entertained beau-tlmand those present wen Mieses Anita day of the week with Salt Lake class, Mies Karan Plugree, at her Orma Porter, Kathryn home at 3i4 Washington ave- Thompson. friend. Barker, Mildred Beunett, Margaret nue. The gueate gathered at 8: SO and Gray. Florence Peterson, Graoe HubMiss Kits Arnold entertained s few uf her girl friend this afternoon at were entertained by music, both vo- erts, Cura Austin aad Ella Stewart. cal and inatrumeutal, Mias Pingree lwecheua. AT THE VIRGINIA. rendering some popular vocal selec-Mr. 1A II. Peer? Is the guest of twua, and Miss Anderson furnishing The guests of the Virginia were Mrs. H. 8. Young In Salt Lake for a the Instrumental. The guesta ttoen repaired to th card hosts and hostesses on Thursday even short time. at a delightfully arranged card rooms, very taatefully decorated with lug Miss Florence Gsrillaw is home blue and gold pennants, where high party. Five hundred waa the game from a several weeks' visit with five was played. Miss Hlrt, by her and the Misses Myrtle and MolUe Fulmer won the ladies prizes, and friend t Los Angeles. exceptionally brilliant playing, cap- Messrs. Solatoq and Wallace were tured tha head prise and Miae tbe gentlemens' prizes. The Mr. E. A. Lindsey bs returned showed her ability by winning awarded rooms were gaily decorated with aufrom a few month' sojourn with her the booby. 1 cares tumn and mountain ash ber Alaska. at waa Juneau, After cards a delicious lunch daughter rlea. Refreshment! were served in in th dining room, which was the aerred large dining room and about sixty Miss Agatha Richardson of Oak- also decorated in blue and old. were invited. guesta of home the is a Cal., ft land. guest Among thiwe present were Messrs, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Csatleton. and Nesdame Mouch and Steele; D. OF H. Mlkses Martin. Hint. Anderson, Mr. Charles Hollingsworth visited Bpaaa, McCrorie. Kasaon; ' Messrs. An interesting society event of the her sister, Mr. George Forester, in Norse, Amnia and Blafceslee, all of was the hard times" social Saji Lake the fore part of the week. tbe high school faculty and the Dtitt'i week by the Degree of Honor . on given were there la body. a Wedneaday evening. There waa a large ' Mrs. David Ecclea and laughters The guests pronounced the affair a attendance, the guesta coming in are bark from Lus Angeles, where complete and all are eagerly success, costumes. Prize for the they hat been spending the summer. anticipating the lime when the 'U6V4 beat hard times" costumes were will entertained. class be again to Mrs. Smith Purnlse and H. given Mr. and Mr. E. C. Manaon were B. Hill. Coffee and gingerbread waa guests at the Burklngbsm-Hemphll- l ENTERTAINS. MRS. MCORMICK served end the evening waa one of wedding at Halt Lake ua Wednesday enjoyment for all. evening. I 11;. McCormick Informally enterIN HONOR OF MRS. FULTON. few tained friends Saturday evening a . Mi France Poole of Chicago arrived in the city j eaterday and will be in honor of Miss Dooley of Portland. A jolly party was given by the the gneat of Mrs. Frank Drigga for The evening waa pleasantly spent at card playing, lnterperscd with music Rathbone Slaters at Mra. C.- D. Tynis the winter. and, repartee,- at the conclusion of on Friday night la honor of Mra. L X. Miss Moffett oT the faculty of the which a light luncheon was served. Fulton, who soon leaves th city to Balt Lake high school came up to Og- Those present to meet Miss Dooley make her future home in California. den lnet night to spend the week eud were Misses Smith, Douglas, G. Doug- With songs, mimic and recitation the las; Messrs. McCormick, Greenwell, evening passed all too soon. A dewith Mrs. John T- - Hunt. licious supper was served In the d. t Adams, HeywooJ, Steven. tng room, every nook and corner of Mr. A. ti. Horn ratertnined a few which was decorated, with vines and LUCKY THIRTEEN. friend Informally at a bridge part) ol iib .colors, presenting a lovely eight. on Wednesday afternoon. Two tablen Mr. McGaw, in a moat happy vein, were filled with the players. Mra. T. W. Jackman was the charmthe guest of honor with a presented sacceaefnl hoateea the at ing gathering souvenir spoon ,to which Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bhupo have of the members of the Lucky 13" beautiful cards announcing tho engage- club. Cards furnished the afternoon's Mrs. Fulton feelingly responded. The ment of their daughter Vida to J. E. diversion, after which a tempting gar Party left late, wishing Mrs. Fulsafe Journey and as many warm Wadmsn, the marriage to be solem- lunch was served in the dining room, ton friends as he leave behind in Ognised October Ik cosmos. whlto and with bright pink den. Prises were won by Meadamea A kitchen shower given last week The and Flewelling. Ryan TOLSTOI CIRCLE. at the home of Mlsa Lissle Watkins guesta of the club were Mra. Calkins by the former lady clerks of the Z. of Los Angeles,- - Mr. Brook and Mra. The Tolstoi circle met with Mra. C. M. I., waa In honor of Mrs. John Shields. Howe Tuesday and spent a most profGoddard. Mias nee Mabel Chambers, itable afternoon. After roll call, which CARD PARTY. with appropriate quotaMrs. Charles Stout aud her infant Mrs. Edwards read one of son arrived from Beattie list evening Mr. and Mr.t8ol Wheelwright en- tion!. beautiful poems, A Psalm of on a visit to her parents. Mr. and tertained a few. of their frlenda et Mrs. Fred A. Bblells on Monroe ave- rerda Thursday! night at their home Life,' after' which the afternoon's of ' study - American history wae connue. on Twenty-fiftstreet.' The house tinued. with flower decorated waa. prettily Mra. Beuchell ably' discussed the The marriage of Mis Ella Huben-tb- and autumn leave. The ladles' flnt of Coalville, and Dr. Franklin C. prise waa won by Mra. T. B. Wheel- subject, from the coming of Columbna to tho early aaUlsment of British CoOsgood of thin city took place on wright. while Mrs. Albert Richter caplumbia, by the French. Mrs- - Miller Wednesday evening at the home of tured the consolation prize and Mra. followed with a talk on Tha Franck the bride'n parents la Coalville. The Robert Fleeman waa given the booby. In Canada," and Mrs. Cook read a ceremony waa performed by Rev. J. Mr. Joe Harrop carried off the genii' moat Interesting paper on Tha HuE. Carver of the First Presbtyerlan first prize. Mr. Fleeman the consola- guenots." church. tion, and J. H. Wheelwright the booby, "The Voyages of Sir Francla Drake, were served, and the Spanish Armada" ellrlotia refreshment composed Yesterday waa ladies' day at the at a seasonable hour all bade their a writ prepared article, read by Mrs. Elks' club, and during the afternoon and t with the entertainers hope Meek. Keweome Mrs. lad in the disand evening the rooms were thronged that they might be their gueats at cussion of the timely topic, The Preswith the members of the dub, their some future time. ent Outlook for Cuba, after which the families .and friends. Cards. refreshdelightful social hour during which ments and music were features of the HIBBS' PARTIES. MRS. refreshment! were served, closed a entertainment. The affair was day must enjoyable afternoon. The circle the Unit of a series to be held during A. on P. Hibbs will meet at Mrs. Condon's, 2416 MadMrs. entertained the season. Mouday and Tuesday afternoons at ison avenue, Tuesday, October 16. The ladle of the Baptist church held their first missionary meeting Friday afternoon with Mrs. Eugene IMnsmore In West Ogden, Mrs. C. E. Bennett assisting. The program was Japan; Country and People," being the first of a series on Japan. Dainty refreshment were served and a most The pleasant afternoon enjoyed. guest numbered nineteen. . ' MRS. Bucks Goods are the Kll GWDPUTS p o-a- The fact that S. S. S. la r vegetable preparation, containing Bot the slightest trace of mineral purely ia any form, has been one of the strongest point in its favor during its forty years of existence. It is recogniaed everywhere not only as the best of all blood purifiers, bat the one medicine o taken with absolute safety by the jxmngeat child or tbe oldest member of the family. Next in importance to removing the cause of f disease is tbe condition in which the system is left after a course of medical treatment. Medicines containing mercury, potash or other strong miner! ingredients often do permanent injury by eating out the delicate lining aad tissues of tbe stomach, producing chronic dyapepnia. unfavorably affecting the bowels and so damaging tbs system that even if the original cause of the disease has been removed, it is left in urratiged and weakened Condition that the health is 5lUOU REWARD impaired. S.S.S. permanently enjoj-- the distinction of being the only blood PURELY medicine on the market that does not contain F NOT a mineral property in come iorm. Being made entirely of roots, herb a. id barks it is absolutely eSiS. of any ayste-n-, and while caring disease adds strength freshes !"a Prt f the body. S. S. S. removes all poisons, than , 10the blood any and gives Setter end more lasting results - ,er ,2d "toffrane. S. ft, S. is the very best treatment for Rheumatism, aM Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Contagions Blood Poisos So?n,iV So r,i $ITi ;troubles due to an impure cr poisoned blood supply. Besides .l b,ooi S. S. S. is the bent and moat invigorating of tonics!0 TN SWIFT SPCCtnC COm, ATlAKTAe GAe s VEGETABLE I"6 h?