Newspaper Page Text
GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 9 I
IF a husband fails to support his
wife' and she decides to support
herself, and does so for three or
four year3, making a pretty good job
of it, has the husband then the right
h to capitalize the separation by bring-
t ing suit for alienation of affections?
! This question Is to be answered by a
court in the latest angle taken by Nat
Goodwin's love affairs, for Nervy Nat
x has just been sued by a San Diego
business man for the alienation of his
wife's affections by Mr. Goodwin. It
appears that Mrs. Doughty, known on
the stage as Marjorle Moreland, and
better still as Nat Goodwin's leading
woman, tired of Mr. Doughty's skimpy
support and went on the stage, borrow
ing railroad fare from her mother to
got away from home. She got Into
Goodwin's company and was falrjy suc
cessful as an actress. Three, .years
after her departure from the fireside
of her husband she brought suit for
divorce. Then the husband brought
suit for ?25,000 against Goodwin for
The heart throbs that come to Good
win through each successive meeting
with a new affinity have furnished
enough food for scandalous gossip in
the last decade to make the comedian
a fair-sized record for -himself as a
wooer and breaker of feminine hearts.
And it has cost him some money. But
, in this latest case there will be shown
a great deal of interest, and if Nat
I can get away with it he will be merely
j j strengthening his hold on the world's
i ; championship belt.
I A beautiful home wedding wa3 that
of Miss Laura Dole, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A Dole, and Everett Dyer
Grant, son of Robert D. Grant of Los
, Angeles, wh'ch was solemnized Wed
nesday evening at 8:30 at the Dole
home on Eighth East street. The
Rev. Elmer I. Goshen performed the
ceremony, the bride being attended
by her sister, Ml3s Eva Dole, and the
bridegroom's sister, Miss Ruth Grant,
100 Tailored Suits the very lat
est style all this season's goods.
Choose now at one-third off.
SILK and SATIN
m Choice from1 our entire line at
as bridesmaids, and little Dorothy
Dole, her niece, as flower girl. Stephen
Loew of L03 Angeles was the best
man. The Romania Hyde orchestra
played the music for the ceremony.
Miss Cecelia Gottstein entertained a
company of friends very pleasantly
Wednesday afternoon at mus'.cale at
her home for Miss Helen Cohn. Those
who took part in the programme were
Mrs. Harry Ganz, Miss Frances Davis,
Miss Irene Simon, Miss Bessie Barnett
and Mrs. L. Singerman.
Lieutenant Charles Hines of the
Tenth coast artillery Is here from San
Francisco, vl3lting his parents. He
will return accompanied by Mrs. Hines,
who has been here for some weeks.
The usual rush to buy tickets for the
annual Charity ball is on and Mrs.
Horace Dunbar, as chairman of the
ticket committee, is having a busy
time. Mrs. Dunbar ha3 not yet an
nounced her aides, but they will -be
Mrs. John A. Marshall and daugh
ters, the Misses Mary and Cary Mar
shall, expect to leave early in Novem
ber for Honolulu, where they will
pass the winter.
Mrs. E. O. Howard has returned
from the East, where she went in the
summer, accompanied by her daugh
ter, Miss Marjorle Howard, who has
entered an eastern school for girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard are at the Hotel
Utah for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Airis nave
moved from their country home for
the winter, and are at home at 107 T
Mrs. Osborne, who has been here
visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. C. Rich
mond, and family, has returned to her
home in Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dooly are
back from their honeymoon trip
through the eastern states.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A Jeffs, who
went to Honolulu on their wedding
trip, have cabled that they sail for
Japan to spend the early winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ailene Case and their
family have taken the B. T. Cannon
house in Federal Heights during the
absence of Mrs. Cannon and are at
home there for the early winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Wells an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Ruby R., to Ernest B. Harrison.
The marriage took place September
2, which was also the birthday of the
Mrs. C. H. Doollttle has gone to
South Bend, Ind., where she wa
called "by a telegram announcing the
serious illness of her mother, Mrs.
Payne. While she was on route a
wire came saying that Mrs. Payne had r
died, Mrs". Doollttle will remain thoro
for some time with her father and her
Major and Mrs. Willis Uline and
their three little daughters, Lou, Jane
and Cynthia, will shortly be back at
Fort Douglas. Major Uline will take
his new station some time between
the 1st and the 15th of November.
Mrs. F. L. Oswald and her daugh
ter, Miss Hazel Oswald, are back after
a few months in Southern California,
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McClellan and
two children and their sister, Miss
Messenger, of Kam 3 City, are here
for a short stay o their way' homo
from the Northwest, and are guests
of Mr. and M.rs. H. W. Walker.
Mrs. A. A. Bird, formerly of this
city and Murray, has purchased a pear
orchard near Modford, Ore., where she
will make her home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Peale have re
turned from California, where they
have been spending the summer
months. They will be at home to
friends at the Fifth East hotel. Miss
Alma Peale, sister of Mr. Peale, will
visit with them for a few days en
route to Chicago.
Mrs. Arthur H. S. Bird, Mrs. L. B.
McCornick and Mrs. o! J. Salisbury
have gone to New York, where they
will meet Mrs. M. B. Salisbury on her
return from abroad.
Mrs. W. H. Walker and daughter,
Edyth, will leave in a few days for
Los Angeles, where they will spend
the winter with R. A. Walker, Mrs.
Walker's eldest son, who is in busi
ness there. Mr. Walker expects to
leave later for a short visit.
Mrs. Frank B Stephens Is home
from a trip to Omaha, where she was
called by the death of her sister.
Mrs. David C. Dunbar is homo after
a summer spent in Southern Califor
nia visiting friends.
The Misses Roberts, of Liverpool,
are hero visitng relatives on their way
to San Diego to visit their sister, Mrs.
Radcllffe, formerly of Salt Lake.
Mrs. Selden I. Clawson has gone to
Berkeley to spend a few weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Gwynne Officer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher returned
early in the week from California,
which they toured by automobile.
Mrs. O. W. Powers is back from a
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Whipple, in Burlington, la. Mrs. Pow
ers was called there by tho illness of
her father, who is Improving.
"Discharged prisoners always have
such a smooth appearance."
"Possibly because they've beew
ironed so much."
Your automobile is waiting for you.
Purdue's Automobiles and Taxlcabs.
Anywhere at Any Time.
Phone for Rates.
Phone: Wasatch 5 or 1598.
Style Center 1
Hamilton's holds the place in H
the estimation of the woman H
who keeps pace with the H
world's famous designers of H
women's apparel. H
216 sdUTH MAIN ST.
Remodeled, dyed, cleaned and re- H
paired. All work guaranteed, as we H
employ none but Expert Furriers. H
HUDSON BAY FUR CO I
"RELIABLE FURRIERS" I
1 22 Main St. Phone Wasatch 1161 I
ATTRACTIVE DESIGN 1
Is an Important part of our sue- H
cessful trade in sterling silver. H
It is better than sale-talk and H
personal influence and tramples H
our competition. H
--jvurAniy Our designs H
WbJ "v IrfL are exclusive,
ZJjCC&4zd? beautiful and
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
NO PUMPING TIRES ON THE I
The Demountable Rims can be H
changed in five minutes. H
Sharman Automobile I
Company automobile row I
Phone for Demonstration. H