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. Albert McCornlck Tvill enter- -3
7- tain nt a dancinp parly at tho v
Countrv club Tuesday evening,
! for'Mfss Mnrv Mooro and Jas
J per A. McCaskell. Friday
evening Mr and Mrs. Samuel r
Nowhouso will entertain at a -j
a- dinner at. their home, in honor -
of Miss Monro and Mr. McCas-
4- Tlic bridge tournament of tho -j
r younjjor set will have its last; v-
j meeting in this series Monday
r afternoon with Miss Elizabeth vr
Niles. Tho last meeting of tho r
I- Tuesday, bridge tournament will
r bo this week, willi Miss Edith
-i- Mrs. Waiter S. Scott, at the
i- post, will entertain at a tea
J- Monday afternoon.
I- Mrs. G. B. Pfoutz will outer-
- tain at a bridge tea Thursday
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Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Ewin&
will entertain informally at
v" bvirlgo Tuesday evening. -
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Mrs. S. C. Snyder will outer- v
I tain at cards, nt her apavtmont
in tho Ivauhoe. Tuesday after- v
noon. . " - "
The Sewing club will bo cn- v
tertnincd Thursday afternoon r
bv'Mrs.'F. 1". Leonard. r
f. . .j.
Mrs. Edward J. Eoborts of r
v Tonopnh, Nov., and Miss Sarah r
v Terrell, a February bride, will
-J bo quests of honor at a bridge
r tea Tuesday afternoon, to be -j
h given by Miss Endora Daly.
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Mrs. J. Walcott Thompson
r has issued invitations for a
-I luncheon to bo given at tho
r University club Wednesday. v
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4- Mrs. Noble Warrnm will en-
-:- tertain at a luncheon at lier !
v home in Federal Heights, Thurs- r
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I- Coming Events.
The largest and most, brilliant affair
of the coming week will be the inaugu
ral Hall'at the Odeon Monday ovening,
January 25. The arrangements being
made will make tho ball the most elab
orate function ever held iu the state.
Tho decorations are to be most pro
fuse. It' will bo military as well as
social in its scope. Every officer of
tho fifteenth regiment at tho post will
be there, besides tho officers of the
National Guard, including tho new
monitors of the governor's staff. Tho
ballroom will bo in charge of the floor
committee, which is composed of Ma.ior
W. G. Williams, Major Fred Kam mer
man,. Captain Bassctt, Captain Webb.
Captain Bonrno and Captain Arns.
Aldnzo Kesler of ex-Governor Cutler's
stuff will act as master of ceremonies
to introduco the guests to tho governor.
General 33. A. Wedgwood will be in
I HOW I MADE
MY HAIR GROW
Woman With Marvelonsly Beautiful
Hair Gives Simple Homo Prescript
tion Which She Used With Most
1 I was .greatly troubled with dandruff
and 'falling hair. I tried many adver
tised 'hair preparations and various pre
scriptions. but thev all signally failed;
many of them made my hair greasy so
it was impossible to comb it or do it
up properly. I think that many of tho
things I tried were positively injurious
and from my own experience I cannot
too Btrongly caution you against using
preparations containing wood alcohol
and other poisonous substances. I be
lieve they injure tho roots of tho hair.
After my long list of failures I finally
found a simple prescription which I
used with most remarkable results and
I can unhesitatingly state that it is be
yond doubt tho most wonderful thing
for the. hair X have over seen. Many of
my friends have also used it and ob
tained wonderful effects therefrom. It
not only is a powerful stimulant to tho
growth of tho hair, and for restoring
gray hair to its natural color, but it. is
equally good for removing dandruff,
givins the hair lifo and brilliancy, etc.,
and for tho purpose of keeping the
scalp in first-class condition. It nlso
niakeB the- hnir much easier to comb
and arrange in nice form. I have a
f riond who used it two months and dur
ing that time it not onlv stopped tho
falling of his hair and wonderfully
increased its growth, but it practical'
' restored all of his gra3' hair to its nat
ural color. You cau obtain the ingre
. dients for making this wonderful pre
paration from almost any druggist. TIig
proscription is as follows:
Bayrum, 6 oz.; menthol crystals, one
half drachm; Lavona do Composee, 2
oz.; To-Kalon perfume, 1 to 2 tensppon
fule. Apply night and morning; rub thor
oughly into the scalp.
Go-to your druggist and ask for the
oight-ounco bottle containing six
1 ounces of bay rum, also one-half
drachm of menthol crystals, and for .1
two-ounce bottle of Lavona do Com
posee, Mix tho ingredients vourself at
your owu home. Add the menthol crys
tals to tho bay rum and then pour in
' tho Lavona do Composee and all tho
To-Kalon perfume. Let it stand for
ono-ha'lf hour and it is ready to use.
I V THE
Ths. l)Ort appointed and most thpr
1 1 ouKhly lighted cllnlm; room In t ho cltv.
Prompt attention 10 put runs gua'r
amcqd, Hl Cuiftlno unexcelled.
1 Breakfast 7 to 0:30.
1 J.UIICI), 11! to 2.
1 Dinner. C to S.
H Try It this evening.
Second East, Between
Second and Third South
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charge of the decorations, assisted by
Lieutenant Seaman of tho post, Iho
reception to the governor will take
place on tho lower floor of tho Odoon
from S;30 to U::'.0. when the dancing
will begin. At that hour the grand
march will form in the following or
der: Governor William Spry. Colonel
Walter S. Scot.t, fifteenth infantry;
judges of tln supreme court, socrejary
of state, state treasurer, state auditor,
attorney general, superintendent or
public "instruction, stniT of command
ing officer of tho fifteenth infantry,
officers of the fifteenth infantry and
other officers of the regular army, tho
governor's stnfT. tho officers of the Nn
I tional Guard, members of tho senate,
members of the house, tho mayor, of
ficers of the city and privnto citizens.
The engagement is announced of
Miss Eileen Marian Connor of Boston,
Mass., to William Douglas McKollar
of Boston. Mass., but. formerly of this
city. The wedding will take place early
Mrs. Neve announces tho engage
ment of her daughter Dorothea to Earlc
Morns oT Kansas City. Mo. Tho dale
of th'o weddiug will be announced later.
Miss Bessie Lupton and llarvoy A.
Kern., both of Salt Lake City, woro
married nt the homo of the Ifov. IT. J.
Talbot on East South Tomplo street
al-o o'clock Tuesday afternoon, .Inn
uarv. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Kern will bo
at homo to their friends at 121 West
Fourth South street.
Mr. and Mr?. John W. Tale of
Tooele. City. Utah, announce the mar
riage of their daughter Ethel to W. G.
Morgan of this city. Tho wedding took
place in Chicago? Mr. and Mrs. Mor
gan will be at homo to their friends
for the next two years -in Washington-,-D.
.C, where Mr. Morgan is taking 1 a
course in law at the Georgetown uni
A pretty home wedding of tho past
woek was that of Miss Mattie A. Ea8
Jey and Clyde C. Cottroll of American
Palls, Idaho. The weddiug took place
at the homo of tho bride's undo and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Prossor, in
tho presence of a few relatives and
friends and Row K. 1. Goshen offici
ated. The bride was given away by
her grandfather. G. M. Bracken. Her
attendant was Miss Mario Schobyo and
Dr. Shields acted as best man. Miss
Elizaboth Prosser was ring bearer. Tho
wedding march was played by Mrs. B.
P. Frobes. Mr. and Mrs. Cottroll left
later for the west and will be at homo
to their friends in American Falls,
Idaho, after July 3.
Arrangements havo been completed
for tho woddiug of Miss Mary Mooro
and Jasper A. McCaskell, which will
take pJaco at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Nowhousc, Tuesday even
ing. February 2. Miss Mooro will be
attended by Miss Georgcida Mooro, as
maid of honor, nnd tho Misses Anna
and Genovicvo McCornick, as brides
maids. 0. .T. Salisbury will bo best
man. Georgo McCaskell of tho east,
brother of tho groom, will bo hero for
Musical at Rowland HalL
Mrs. C. G. Plummer, Mrs. C. M.
Benedict. Miss Gratia Flinders and
j Gebrgo Skolton will givo a musical
at Rowland hall Saturday evening. Jan
uary 30. Miss Flanders will give a
I lecture on the "Ring of tho Xibelung,"
the two operas. Ihlnegold,, and "Die
Walkure' Mrs. C. M.. Benedict will
illustrate the themes on the piano. Mr.
Skelton on tho violin and Mrs. Plum
mer will givo vocal selections.
Affairs of tho Wook.
Mrs. Georgo P. BTolnian entertained
five rabies at a bridge tea at her homo
Saturday afternoon. Tho rooms wore
prettily docorated in carnations and
snapdragons, with a largo bowl of them
in the center of tho tea table, where
Mrs. D. Moore Lindsay and Mrs. Rob
ert Harkness poured. Prizes wero won
by Mrs. ,T. P. Mogealh. Miss Hauauer.
Miss Lane, Miss Minnetto Baor and
Mrs. C. S. Vadner entertained eight
intimate friends of Miss Kato Vorso at
a beautifully appointed 3'ellow luncheon
at her homo Saturday. In the center
of tho tablo was a low crystal bowl of
yellow tulips, with tho gold monogram
of tho hostess on the place cards. Miss
Vorso will leave this week for Los An
geles, where sho will niako her home.
The nurses of tho Keogh Tlammond
hospital entertained at their cottage
Saturday evening in honor of their su
perintendent, Dr. Mabel II. Perry. A
delightful evening was spent in games,
music and dancing. Thoso present, be
sides tho guest of honor, were L. Perry.
Mrs. Ilathcmbrook and Miss Fauwri
Hathembrook of Provo; Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Stewart, Miss May Burnottc, Miss
Ethel Stewart, Miss Geneve Potter, Miss
Elizabeth Freely and Miss Ethel Waters.
Mrs. Brig Cannon entertained eight
young people at a tea at her apartment
m the Cummings Saturday afternoon,
in honor of Mrs. E. J. Roberts, who will
leave Wednesda3 for Tonopah. .Nov.
The rooms wero effectively decorated
in red carnations.
Tho evening bridge tournament had
its last mooting Friday evoning with
Miss Mildred McMillan. Tho winners
wero Miss McMillan and Brig Cannon.
Mias Bertha Godbo and Miss Leah
Williamson entertained at a luncheon
Saturday for Miss Ireno Lacy of Cin
cinnati, O,. who is tho guest of Miss
Godbo. The decorations wero in pink
and whito carnations.
A. G. Mahan was surprised at his
homo last Tuesday evening by a num
ber of his friends in honor of his forty
first birthday. A delightful ovening
was spent in music and games, followed
by a dainty supper. "Vocal numbers
were given b. Mrs. Bessio Browning,
Howard Don and W. L. Richards, while'
Miss Emm Watson gave a piano solo.
Those who enjoyed the evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Browning. Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Mahau. Mr. and Mrs. II. S.
MuCann. Mr. and Mrs. G. A Win' taker,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Don, Mr. and Mrs.
James Beattie. Mr and Mrs. John Ilal
vftrson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Browning,
Mr. and Mrs. Rov Dou. Mr. and Mrs.
J. f St a Hey. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Yar
mer. Rev. and Mrs. Boworing. Miss Roah,
Mrs. A. Hosier. Mrs. Laura Jones, Miss
Saunders, Miss Irvine, Miss Helen Ir
vine, Miss Watson, Miss Don. P. P.
Christenyen. Max Beaver, T. It. Thomas,
W. L. Richardson, 31. Don, John Slaugh
terbeck, William Brown- nnd P. - V.
Mrs. W. R. Spcttiguc entertained a
fow friends at dinner Wednesday even
ing. h tf to
Mrs. A. Reese entertained at a bundle
CHILDREN OF SALT LAKE'S
REPRESENTATIVE FAMILIES j
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- ' GEORGE LUN T ELLERBEOK,
Only child of Dr. and Mrs. W. S. EUerbcclc
shower Thursday afternoon for Miss
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Harrison en
tertained four tables at 500 at their
homo Thursday ovening. when prizes
wore won by Mrs. Bardwcll and W. II.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Arnold, Jr., wero
delightfully surprised at their home
Friiuiv evening by a numbor of their
friends from tho Wednesday Night :
Combination club, iu honor of their
departure soon to thoir new homo in
Hooper. George Winsncss, in a fino
speech, presented Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
with a beautiful set of silver spoons,
as a token of their friendship. Thoso
who enjoj'cd the ovening wero Mr. and
Van Spanlding. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed
wards, Mr. and Mrs. Sannon, Mr. and
Mrs. John Eardley, Mr. and Mrs.
George Wisncss. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cut
ler, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Erucst Lam
bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Hurd, Mr. and
Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. G. W. Lambournc,
Mrs. Brown, Miss Miuuio Brown and
Mrs. ,T. C. Scarley cntortaincd at
cards Thursday for Mrs. Edward Hoff
man of Reno, Nov.
Miss Jcannetto Williamson enter
tained twelve at a luncheon on Satur
day in honor of Mrs. N. Meagher. v-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spencer and
two daughters and Mr. and Mrs. H.
G. Whitney and daughter, Miss Whit
ncj', will leave February 13 for New
York, whore Mr. and Mrs. Spencer and
daughters will join their son, Allen,
who has 6pent three jrears in Switz
erland, and will sail from Liverpool
February 12 and arrive in New York
February 10. They will return hero
the last of February, while Mr. and
Mrs. Whituoy and daughter will sail
from New "lork February 20 for Na
ples, to .ioin their son and brother,
Horace, who has spent threo years in
Germany. They will return early in
Mr. and Mrs. Karl A. Scheid, who
havo spent sovoral weeks with Mrs. F.
K. Woodruff in Now York, will be
homo tho middlo of tho week. Mrs.
Woodruff and her daughter, Miss Ade
laide, will soon leave for tho south,
to remain for the cold weather.
to to to
Mrs. Henry Catrow and small son
and her sister, Miss Grace Bottles, aro
doligbtfully located at the Hollywood
hotel, in Hollywood, Cal., where they
will spend several weeks.
J, J. Grcencwald returned Friday
ovening from an eastern trip. Mrs.
Groeuewald, who has spent several
weeks with hor parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Rheinstrom, in Portland, Or., will Jbc
homo on Wednesday of this week.
to to to
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller will leavo
early in February for a fow weeks trip
in southern California.
Mrs. Solon Spifo will leavo tho last
of next week for Los Angeles, whore
she will join her father and mother
Irom Cincinnati, O., and spend tho whi
ter there. Mr. Spiro will ,-joiu them
Mrs. Wayne Hemphill will leavo the
first of the month for her homo in
Omaha, Neb., after spending the past
two months hero with Mrs. David
'.Mrs. N. M. Hamilton will leave the
last of tho week for an eastern trip
of scvernl weeks. While away she will
probablj- visit hor niece, Miss Lucille
Clark, at Wcllesley.
Mr. and Mrs.E. S. Ferry will leave
this week for New York, where thev
will fepend sevoral weeks.
Mrs. W. W. Ritcr will leave soon for
a trip to California.
to to to
Mrs. W, W. Cluff will return tho last
of this week from Coalville.
Mrs. Prnitt Coleman has returned
from spending the past two weeks with
her paronts. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland, in
to to to
Mrs. Arthur G. Hortzler, of Lancaster,
Pa., will probably bo here early in tho
summer, to spend some time with hor
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mclntyre.
Mrs. F. J. Dunn and her daughter,
Miss Edna Dunn, aro registered at the
Arlington hotel at Hot Springs, Ark.,
where they will bo for several weeks.
Later thev will go by the southern
route to Los Angeles "to remain until
to to to
A. Frank will leave today for a three
weeks' trip in tho cast.
Mrs. David Keith and son, David,
have an apartment in Long Beach, Cal.,
where they will spend the greater 'part
of the winter. Mr. Keith will join thorn
early in February.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Keyes aro
registered at tho St. Francis hotel in
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Edwards will bo
homo this evening from Minneapolis,
Minn., whero they havo been for ten
Mrs. Joseph L. Rawlins and tho
Misses Alta and Laura Rawlins, -who
havo spent sevoral months in Paris, havo
now gouo to Genoa. Italy, whero they
will spend a month and later go to
Many friends will be sony to hear
that Mrs. M. II. Kriebel is very ill.
to to to
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Doolittlc loft Sat
urday noon for New York, to bo away
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Savage will
leave early in February for Washington,
D. C, wh'oro they will remain for the
to a to
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sa-ago will leave
with tho Elks' excursion for southern
Miss Luvera Snow, who has spent sev
oral weeks hero with hor aunt. Mrs.
F. J. Grant, will leavo the last of the
month for her homo in Chicago.
Mrs. Mary M. F. Allen has returned
to Rcdlands, Cal., and Mrs. Georgo R.
Hancock returned hero Friday, after
spending several weeks with her mother,
Mrs. Ferry, in Rcdlands.
Dr. and Mrs. H. N. M.13-0 havo as
thoir guests Mrs. Iliekey and Miss
Hickcy, of Nampa. Ida. The first of
last week, Mr. and Mrs. Bine Story of
Bozemau, Mont;., spent a few days "with
Dr. and Mrs. Ma3-o on their way to Dcu
Mrs.. M. N. Pctors spent a fow days
last week with friends in Ogdcn.
to to to
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hubbard aro
now at home to their frionds at No. 6
Gibbons apartments, 2u7 East Third
Mrs. James D. Brown and littlo son,
Walton, left Saturday for lOvnnstou,
Wyo., to spend two weeks with Mrs. A.
Mrs. Pearl Pitman left Saturday for
tho oast, to remain until spring.
to to to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson aro at
homo to their friends at No. 5 Caith
ness apartments, at Second avenno and
B street. Dr, and Mrs. Harlan aro also
nt homo at the Caithness.
. to to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Tudgo will leave
for California early in Fcbruarj-, to bo
gone several fceoks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cunningham
havo as their guest Mrs. John Borry
Sears of Chicago, who was formerly
Miss Jennie Anderson of this cit3 She
is on her way to California to visit hor
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson.
Miss Ruth Allen of Oakland, Cal.,
who made many friends hero a voar or
so agojvhen she aupcarcd with Plorcnco
Roberts, has made a pjcat success in n
vaudeville sketch wrir.t.e.n fnr lmr t vA
lfwWsMWiii II III! IIWII- lUlHi'll III I ll II UUUj
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I partment, A Good Opportunity to re
Stock Yourselves up with Choice a
1 Merchandise at Less Than Eastern M
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to to to
Mr. and Mrs. James U. Moylo aro
registorod nt tho Waldorf in New York.
Later thoy will visit in Massachusetts
Tho pupils of Miss Ethel Nottleton
gave a musical recital Saturday after
noon at her homo, 520 East Third
South street. Thoso who took part
wero Boulah Hudson, Mary Kyle,
Tctha Hammer, Grace Schell, Larcne
Brown and Ilorfenso Hansen.
Tho Ladies Literary club met Fri
day afternoon, when an interesting pro
gramme was given. Mrs. C. E. Rich
ards gavo a most interesting paper on
"Modern Fiction." Mrs. Corinne
Hammer gavo two beautiful vocal
solos, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Ilor
nung, and Miss Minnetto Baer gavo
a fino piano solo. Mrs. Don R. Coray
mado an announcement of tho good bo
ing done by tho Woman's league and
spoke of the joint meeting of tho
leaguo and tho Civic league, an organ
ization of men. that will bo held Tues
day evening, February 9, when inter
esting speeches will bo made. Tho
next meeting of tho club will bo presi
dent's day, next Friday, January 29.
when the paper of tho afternoon will
be givon by Miss Marjorio Paine, on
"Tho Women of Tolstoi." A musical
programmo will bo givon, followed by
tea and a social hour.
Mrs. William Iglehcart will givo a
reading at Rowland Hall Saturday
afternoon, Jnnuary 30. Sho will give
"The Servant of tho House." A num
ber of friends of Miss Colborn and
Mrs. IgleheaTt will bo guests of tho
afternoon, besides tho students.
to to to
Tho Monday Night "Literary club held
its last mooting with Mrs. Bledsoe. Tho
programmo consisted of a papor on
''Results of Child Study," by tho
hostess, and Dt. Houghton gavo a talk
on "Tho Immanuel Movement." Tho
next meeting will bo MondajT evening,
January 25, with Dr. Houghton, at 911
to to to
The Wasatch Literary club met last
Tuesday with Mrs. H. H. Berkley. Miss
Thome gavo an interesting talk on
"Constantinople," and Mrs. A. T. Mc
Cann gavo a very entertaining papor
on "Egypt." Vocal numbers wero
given by Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. F. B.
Jones. "Delightful refreshments fol
lowed the programme. Tho next moot
ing of tho club will bo Tuesday, Febru
ary 2, with Mrs. J. J. Thomas, at 10
Tho Woman's club will meet Tucs
day afternoon, January 26, at 2:30 with
Mrs. Theodore Whitcley, 173 gEL 1
Mrs. C. IL McMahou, corrpoj3K2ei
retary of tho State Federation, 'iET
at paper on ' ' The Groat PhOlE 1
of Our Nation."
The Seekers' Literary club
Tuesday afternoon, January JEii;
Mrs. J. T. Beless at 172 WcsiK
South street. Programme: TUMOu
Dickens; "Current Events 'nJjXi
leader, "The Author." MnM5
"Nicholas Nickelby," Mrs. 1"
"Dombey & Son.'Mrs. DakM
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