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:' , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUTTE, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1911. S U 1 11
u Child and her two
K. Wn'mlolS A 1-loyd mid Mrs.
jlrf. j0"VrtaleJ over ilfty o
ft"?, ClfflS Homo on BrlRlmin
,'tciit U' " f ,,0 Kniuc prcccd-
tt Khic i " number more
Pttt tea. W-.? '"vSoms were bright
."tooted- ''"..."reuerllcs and dnf-
floffcrSnt ractlvc combination.
iSV Tl l led Willi the white
Ktfri i J li a preat how of
Kfn? "nlrd lc central part of
KQiimr flllP" Cre. followlnp tho
Bus 'b,Cc Porter poured cof,foo
-E E V. Sliver assisted In
jS", were awarded tho win-
KJ-: rrrin cvo tholr first pnb
B?Sin!nt the evonlnsr of February
fcitt"0? " hall and will Include a
HPflluief S clr rrlnnds to see the
BSB5?raSd J ct- of the younger
KcM" i inter for a danco fol
fcU ro"ln Jn.io iinrtv. The two
Klhe d,eU are "In Jlnnor.
BTcffi" Grundy, and "Hoi;
Mfr nffi1." The two easts will
dumber of the most ml-
K !" i the organization.
mFr$!&l Save been added to
Hnrt "hin of the dramatic or-,
Hti thoni iwlnfr the Rev.
Bknme " Gof lien. David Tarpey
KftS Djjj' Mn Brayton '
H' t Brie- entertained the
mZZTlht IHopla elub yesterday
fcfctf 01 fAiinuinc the usual lunch
nbl'f of brldce. The
fflVcoraled with .lowers in
'f.inl 1M) and -Place cards of
l,!,n,li J ud. Prises wcre won
Wi Sr M .. C. M Bell. Mrs.
K wiM; George Read.
K Maclean entertained a fow
at an evening poriy for
K'ltaJ nd Mlw Fabian lasi night.
B ?Koyinc a cames of bridge
.neloa" supper. The home
Rt trith fleers PSnd iU , liostp
R'ffiS ln entertaining bv her
L' Mrs. A. 3Iaclan-
Ki.h William F. Creary. now sln
BtfriirVpfMlo of Monterey, who
KLvr fri'nds locally, has bn or
RfKEfe io the transport Bnford as
Ki. Mr for Its next trip between
Ki ami San Kranelsro. The Irnns
3d March ?. and until rMfcjyo 1
K Tca-jtaln Creary will be in- that
BLryjnilo M. Miller and Mrs. r2n
K&Yl'c! 1 'will entertain nl u brldce
frtihhonie of tho former this nfler
BL it Fort Douglas, tit" """ being:
KnCimrnl tn the younp hrhis of the
K commended by juE&
BiMuse5ubsli lutes isaTliJ
K Makes your tctfA S$0
Rlean & wh bte
repiment. Misa Adclo Holies, Miss Calla
Crane and Miss I2Hcs Yeates.
Mrs, John C. Cutler will he hostess to
day at a luncheon at tho Alia club, fol
lruved by a matlnco partv at t!io Gnr
rlek theater, the affair being- In compli
ment to Mrs. Ed win R Holmes.
Mrs. J. P, Megeath will onterlain Ihls
afternoon at a tea at her home on Fourth
Miss Ward will entertain for Miss Hol
ley Thursday, afternoon of next week In
stead of tomorrow, as at first plan.u-U.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Ijuelwltz and
their baby of Spokane will qo to Lxis An
poles tho first of the month lo visit Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Masson there. Miss
Mildred McMillan is now there visiting
with her sister.
Mrs. Clark l. Elliott and Mrs. Guy
Bucker will entertain al a luncheon at the
Commercial club Tuesday next for Miss
The Thursday Luncheon club will be
entertained today by Mrs. T. B. Shan
non at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. YV p. Kiser will enter
tain a parly of young folks Friday even
ins; in honor or Miss Adele Holley and
Mh?s Stella Fabian.
Mr. and Mrs. George Steiner and their
son. Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Steiner arrived last evening from the
'asi. The latter will be puosts at the
Steiner homo for a short time.
Mrs. J. M. Moore of San Diego, who is
in town for a stay of some weeks, is the
giifst.at present of Mr. and Mrs. Noble
Major and Mrs. Richard TV. Young ex
pect to leave in ihe late spring for a
trip across the Atlantic to join their
son. Richard, V. Young. Jr., who Is in
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. TS'alker and Miss
Hague and if 1 1 lo Glen Walker will leave
within a few weeks for a clay of some
lime on tho coast.
The Plate club will be entertained this
afternoon by Mrs. J. S. Taylor at her
home. 135 Eleventh East street, a 1
, o'clock luncheon preceding the usual
gamo of cards.
Mrs. J. W. Bubb. wife of Colonel Bubb.
formerly in command at Fort Douglas.
Is receiving after a very severe Illness.
The family is now In Galesburg. III.
Miss Katherino Judge entertained a.
box party on Tuesday evening at the
Colonial, her guests being Mr. and Mrs.
Bennr X. Smith. Mrs. Theodore A. Bald
win and Mrs. John IS. Woodward.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crane have issued
Invitations for the wedding reception of
their daughter. Calla. to Lieutenant
Geoi'co Herman Huddleson of the Fif
teenth Infantry, on the evening of March
l at their home.
Mrs. T. G. Webber was the hostess
yesterday at a. beautiful luncheon at her
home, when covers wero laid for twelve.
The decorations were all of daffodils.
Miss Mary l.eigh. who has been spend
ing the past few days with Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Traughber. left yesterday for her
home in Chicago. She will slop off In
Denver to spend a week with friends
.there on her way homo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Early of Black-
I I. Ataatt & (En. '
BaNNOUNCE THAT CATALOGUE No. 103,
F0R THE SPRING AND SUMMER SEASONS,
ft IS NOW READY FOR DELIVERY AND A
COPY WILL BE MAILED ON REQUEST.
11 Aduuiu. 34t!j anil 35tlj gixesis, Sfaui ttorL
Ij The Freshest, Dainty Waists 1
and Dresses in Voiles, Crepes 1
I and Marquisettes That Re- I
I; mind You of the Beau-
I tiful Spring i
I AgjyvR&iviNG DAILY I
I . A election from the most exquisite and refined models, 1
all the latest ersatious, can be had at the Smart Shop this 3
HH'ck V- i 1
'light' sPrmS 3uils ia the mixture cloth and plain colors, I
w and dark, for early spring wear, and with a hat of late
lotion, completes the costume.
jJveaBelts and Hosiery.
fTh e life-saving boat,
l tossed like a cork on the waves,
sz' may seem small enough to the poor
f 4 ship-wrecked passengers waiting to be
I nMA rescued. But we know that it is a
iSs ('Ly sturdy craft and will bring them safely to shore.
A mended diet may ceem a small thing to those
; V;v : . whose digestion troubles them, whose nerves are on
edge, but we know that
. GROUND CHOCOLATE
Itell the most delicious, nutritive and satisfying of all
beverages will do wonders in building up your system.
L'i oes so witnout undue stimulation. It is abso-
rJPd lutely pure and relished alike by old and young, by
W delicate and strong.
D. Ghirardelli Co.'
fool are in town for a stay of a few
days, and ate at the Keith apartments.
Miss Edna Cohn will entertain a few
friends at a luncheon today at her home,
in honor of her guest, Mrs. Rlcardo Slrul
ler of New York.
Mrs. Arthur V. Calnghan entertained a
few of her friends yesterday afternoon at
a bridge tea. Mrs. John E. Woodward and
Mrs. Whitley assisting her.
Tho history :ioctlon of tho T.adles' Lit
erary club meets this morning at the
club house, when Mrs. John W. Delano
will give a paper on "Feudalism-"
A quiet wedding of yesterday was that
of Miss Constance Lillian Cook and Les
ter Bills. Tho ceremony was performed
by Bishop Maxwell and an Informal re
ception at the home of tho bride's par
. cuts, Mr. and Mrs. William Doxey, fol
lowed. Tho ladles of tho First Presbyterian
church will hold a cake salo at Walk
er's store on Saturduy morning, begin
ning at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. P. A. Slmpkin entertained the ex
ecutive board of the State Women's Mis
sionary society of the Congregational
church yesterday with a luncheon al the
Y. W. C. A.
Edward 13. Hoffman has relumed from
an extended lrlt through Ihe southern
stales, visiting Missouri, Texas. Old Mex
ico and California.
Whilo it is often impossible to pre
vent an accident, it is never impossible
to be prepared it is not beyond any
one's ptirae. Invest 25 cents in a bottle
of Chamberlain 's Liniment and you arc
prepared for sprains, bruises find like
injuries. Sold by all dealers.
Salt Lake Statistics
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Franlt Foster. I'lO West North Temple,
Bay Asworth, S3o Wilmington avenue.
"'tfdwnnl C. Craddock, 1302 Wost Sec
ond South, boy.
Richard A. Gaylor, 1 North Eighth
Wosl. girl. , , ,
L. IX. Ward.op, -1117 Eighth avenue,
Joseph Cools, February C, Judge-Mercy
hospital, .'islhnin, 51 years.
Frod Merrill, police station,, blood poi
aon. 2S years, February fi.
George B. Sherer. aged S years, 122
East Fifth South, diphtheria, February T.
William II. Howard. Wooda Cross, and
Lillian L- Hudson, Salt Lake.
Charles Omer Huish and Lillian Louise
Fisher. Salt Lake.
Wllford Lester Bills and Constanco L.
Cook, Suit Lake.
Samuel Favcro and ara A. Simpson.
I. ,M. Kathburn and May BIlclilc, Salt
Eeal Estate Transfers.
R. C. Ross and wife to Frank ')'.
Bales, lots W. 100 and 101. Pop
lar Placo subdivision S 10
Edward B. Wicks to R. C. Rosh.
lots 99. 100 and 101, Poplar Placo
Kimball ft Richards Co. to Joseph
Anderson, lot 100, Jackson
Snuare subdivision fiOO
Frederick Savage and wlfo to
E. W. Sanders, pari, of section IS,
township .'! south, range 1 cast.. .10
Henry C. Hoffman et al. to Peter
Maildcn. lots 12, 13. It and 13.
bloclt .1. Perkins addition fi
John P. Morris to C. H. Dowse,
part, of lot 7, block G'J, plat A.... 1
John P. MorrlK to .la mo? A. Brown,
part of lot 7, block 02, plat. A.. 1
Two million dollars i'uaranlues the
security of every abstract raado by the
Salt Lake Security & Trust Co,, 32 Up
I Main. We own our records.
30c Is the Price You SSioald
Pay lor First Grade Bnfter
That price buys first grade Utah creamery butter. Soma'
thing- more than an insinuation that, fresh Utah butter is in
ferior should be given as a reason when you are asked to pay
an extra live cents a pound for some certain brand.
Thirty Cents a Pound Retail Is the
Price the Present Supply Demands
See that you are not charged more. Rend the figures below
and notice the reliable brands of fresh Utah butler quoted
at 25c a pound wholesale and 30c retail.
"So the people may know" we print these
figures. Go over them carefully. See that
you are not paying more for your butter
than you should.
BUTTER PRICES QUOTED TODAY: .
Wholesaler. ' Wholesale Price. Retail Price.
.Jensen Creamery Co. QQif T
Blancbard butter 2
Nelson and Iticks Co. 95n
Gold Nugget butter Atft,
Jil.iekman and Griffin Co. I p rrv
Clover Leaf butter ,oJC $TOS&
,). X. Christensen Produce Co. 3!r V "nChS JOnr
Meadow View butter. . , -cJL Jj) fflj w WJ
John ITollev and Co, Sff
illTrllnor'uo First quality
' Purity "Brandbutter 2SC Utah butter
Go over those figures again, Ihen see to it
that you do not pay a fancy price for butter.
The dealers above who quote the wholesale price of 25c a
pound sell Utah butter only. Their supply comes from Utah
and their market is in Utah. That means that they arc govern
ed solely by the supply and demand in Utah. The present
supply butter is plentiful demands a AS'holcsalc price of 25c
a pound, and retail price 30c a pound.
All Grocers sell the Utah Butter quoted above
at 30c a pound. Why pay more?
I THE TRIBUNE Gives Your Wants the LARGEST CIRCULATION,
l Profit-Sharing Sales!
for Today 1 j
A FUR SALE l
lot Unprecedented Magnitude! i ;
8 Prices have gone to smash. Profits have been 1 jfl'P
H 'orKcn. Never before have such fur values j 4 ''
I 1x0,1 fi-arc( tlic Jjake Public. j 1 j
B ,AvflKV ou ale atl l" '"rested in the purchase of a 1,1
jj ajsiS uu P,,,v you vls'fc 0UL' fur department,
jWvlpf) 1,'lurs('a'V Friday and Saturday. j j Jj
$15 to S17.50 Isabella Fox, Jap If
BbBI MEnk or Opposum li
mi FoF Scarfs . . . P & P j I
And so the reductions range throughout the Bn- jjjS j
J tire stock; including genuine minks. f
The Great Sale oi Miislin Uederwear
LADIES' GOWHS LADIES' SKIRTS LADIES' GOWNS
I AT 39c EACH. " AT" 31,50 BACH- AT 51.00 EACH. ' ffl 0
I For choice of a variety You "in choose from the 3 iIH'h
Ladies' gowns mad of of styles in the best best $.1.75 grade ladies' j $ j
excellent muslin all $2.25 grades; lace or em- gowns in a great variety j'H
broidcrv trimmed skirts; of styles during this sale j kfi ji
"t 39c an aytg. ,,$1.50 1.0Q II
From Shoe Section 55Sf S
galore To clean our tales' ghoc B Ira i
Thirty dozen "i inches wide; H fifi'tj
knickerbocker and dep't TVe offer a fine lot of beautiful lustrous j
knee pants; serges it. quality; suitable .ffl! J
and every other fancy assorted color top for waists, gowns H lj
fabric in the lot , , Tr , I or skirts; worth im
all. sizes; values bootees. Values OI I $L25; on slQ at
ySur chofc' 49C $1-40 and $1.50 at . . Sf DC Jd 89C i I
900 PIECES s1-25 deessee 50 PAIR llljj
WHITE ENGLISH lo deSk EY WOOL j
N4INS00K TEAY 0L0THS a BLANKETS i
iiflMuuwiv HEMSTITCHED jjjjfjj
in ,nntuc. mmilnr LUNCH CLOTHS; 54 11-4 size; weigh 5 lbs.; Ig : !
SMfS; ssfs A js.dsr Wrt I i
J f,??r?: 88c at,ach y: 69c f yr': $2.98
The Charlton j
Shop j I
Charlton Dresses are the Best j
We Will Give One j J
Aviation Ticket Free. ! It
with each cash purchase of any Suit or Silk j j jljg
Waist. Remember Suits and Silk Waists I 1 1
are selling for Half Regular Price, and a
ticket free THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SAT- : j
URDAY, up to Monday noon. j III
The Charlton Shop 1
122 South Main
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