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title: 'The Salt Lake tribune. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1890-current, February 24, 1912, Page 5, Image 5',
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MliirTor Sunday society paga
t I) b this office by noon Sat
M&b Bote, etc.. should bo In
''Ekpst Ih: post last oypiiin?; -while
K Rttouchly informal affair, wns
lm'1' fnio a dcliclitt'ul
SjjHrctla llic lift of the new ,";tr
pca. Inasmuch as il roiilly
HlS iocIiI Sanson for th mlli-f-
uvl their closest friends.
F little Urn room. Which 1b
drr, ua hunjr Tvith now
Moij and a. wealth of llnss
Vp to Hio plnco. Hero, Mrs.
Eef the commaudlnc officer,
UBiEyabm, wife of Major W. B.
n flacd to r.civo th quests as
Jti This members of tho hop
IB!Wapt4in W. B, Graham,
'Mr ami MculmnnL "Wine
MiRr-thinr and from the first
IBUkric miulc till the puests
i K?' wss brilliant and
FAtumter of dinner preceded
P. n4 Mrs. John H. Hol
.f 3 MnnI company of
4RS& tIveraI hQD su,MrR
.fKf'L?- Ev"s and her dauch
fRfuL'" I'cstcrtlay after-
S,11' thi early part of
aMS"1 lf,i later, at which
jMRdM ,riii Went. Tho rooms
jJRfift lhc natbnal colors
K1 "-rthday formlnir the main
ifcdnt? 'pllowlnc tho Kfljno.
Ril?4f ,S,l"r the MIshwi
JMff-t ! S3DDfnKlon nnd Mlsa
Ki , vi '"IH 'wnchron. 'in
crs -were laid
her Oaurtitcr. Sir.
tMr v"' fL""rly of
kt iM i
Arr William Hassott at the Clayton
home. 300 .Second avenue and the hostt
and liostc?r. will have charKC of the
Mr. and Mrs. 13. G. Cushins announce
tho en?rflpro.mrnt of llicir dauchtor Vief,
sic to Vernon Blade, the marriage to
take place some time in March.
The Misses Pearl and Daisy Savage
have isaned invitations for a hrldtre tea
at tho Savage homo next Thursday in .
honor of their ulster, Mrs. .Robert Fow
ler, ivho is visiting: here,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ft. Maomillan
will enterialn a. few of their friends thin
evening at a mutdcalo at their homo on
East Second South street.
Mr. and Mrs. (.corse W. Smith, who
have spent, the past few days In town,
left yesterday for Osden. whence they go
on to Philadelphia today.
Mrs. K. VT. Tronam ie here from Ev
finslon, "W'yo., vlKltlntr her mother, trs.
B. 'A. Bush, at the ClufC apartments.
Mrs. Trcnam wn,s TJhp LrcaJi Busb.
The Saturday Night club will meet I hit?
fsveninp with Mr. and Mrs. TV. lr. Adams
at their home on JTifth East street.
MIps Milan Eecfce will entertBin at a
miscellaneous shower and bridge tea. this
afternoon for Miss Phi ma Purcell.
Mis.s Marvel jIarJsen will entertain a
party of her xirl friends at a lunehcon
at the Commercial Hub today with a
trousseau tea at her home later.
Miss lCdylhe ISvans will entertain at a
Martha "Washington tea this afternoon at
her homo, 1150 Kaat First South street,
in honor of Miss Grace Vincent, one of
the :iprins brides.
word comes from Tos Angeles of the
birth of a daughter, Kathcrino Dow
Amon, to Mr. and Mra. George Ames of
Mrs. Clara. Stephenson has returned
from a month's stay In New York.
The Charitv club will give a card
partv at the ttka dub next Thur.sday
evening, at which loth HO0 and bridgo
will bo provided for t'ne gnicHts.
Mrs. I-:dna frHig1 will entertain at a
Colonial eanl party at hnr home, 307
Seventh avenue, today. All members of
the Eastern Star and their friends are
1- Absoueiy pure S
e only Baking Powder j
J JjjB'- w made from w
.al Grape Cream of Tartar
Iwm SaVCS But!er Flour, S
fls, and makes W
I Wi home bakil,i0 casy
IK '4MJf Wo Ume Pfoosphats
: fi(EST I '
. : mmm
IMPORTED BY v
SAN FRANCISCO. :
! I HALF POUND J
What Can I Do
for My Skin
Warm baths witb Cuticura Soap and
gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment
brins immediate and grateful relief and
permit rest sj.C. sleep when all else fails.
Sold everywhere. Send to "Cuticura
Dept. oE, Boston, for a liberal sampla
of each, '.'.ih. 32-p. ekin book, free.
I All Hallows Notea I
Testerda.y afternoon the Debating club
met and docided to hold public debates in
the n"ar future. The question debated
during the session was- "Resolved, That
tho recall is beneficial." The participants
in the debate were Ralph Comstoelc and
Kueno O'Meara. for tho affirmative arid
Frank Stephens and George I-lensel for
the negative. After a spirited discussion
the decision was given to tho nega-tive.
It Is possible that tho comedy, "Uncle
Rub." will be produced for St. Marys
academy very soon by the College Dra
The orchestra, meets tonight at 7:80
o'clock In room B.
The Re Father Thomas of Boston,
Mass., is expected thus week and will bo
added to the staff of professors.
Professor Mndde.ni will lecture to the
ISnglish classes Monday morning at 10:50
o'clock on "RuEkln," taking for his sub
ject "The Seven Lamps of Architecture."
Special chapel services will be held to
morrow evening for tho students at 7 15
A picco of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Iiniiuont and bound on
to tho affected parts is superior to any
plaster. Whon troubled with lame back
or pains in tho sido or cheat, givo it a
trial and you are certain to bo rnoro
than ploased with tho prompt relief
which it affords. Sold by all doalora
News and Notes
of Women's Clubs
Trie Daughters of the I'lah Pioneers
will celebrate the birthday of Mrs
ICmmellno B. Wells, which takes place
February 20. In ln regular monthly
meeting at the bishop's building this
afternoon. Tho programme will consist
of a. talk on "Tho Homo and Social
Tjfe of Mrs. Wells." by l.er daughter.
Mrs. Annie Wells Cannon. Margaret C.
Clayton and Kathcrlnc Cannon, grand
daughters of Mrs. Wells, will read se
lections from her pooms. The Summer
hava quartet to will eing a. hvmn com
posed oy Mrs. Wells, and also n song
written In her honor by Prof. Edward
The Wornan'p Press club will celebrate
the birthday of Mrs. F.mmelino IS. Wolls.
Its founder, next. "Wednesday evening in
tho bishop's building. An unusually at
tractive programme lias been arranged
to ho followed by a largo reception.
The Browning1 section of the Ladles
Literary club will meet, this afternoon
at i o'clock with Mrs. J. C. Wccter In
t.hc Bransford apartments.
Mrn. W. C. Howe was rc-electci reg
istrar of the Salt Lake Cruduatc Nurses
association, in a called meeting of the
aseochuion at the Y. W. C7. A. in the
Continental Bank building, Friday night.
Mrs. Howe resides at 0M5 Third avenue.
She has served the association ns regis
trar since its organization three years
fr- " ; 71
I University Notes ;
Professor Coop will Interpret parts of
Parsiral and Carmen at A p. m. Mon
day in the university assembly hall. The
work will be done under the aueolccs
of tho Order of Gleam.
William Jenning Bryan will speak to
tbe unlverfUv student in the assembly
hall at 0:20 MondHy morning.
Charles Kellogg, the noted tra eler and
naturaJist. who has been at th. Oi
Dhcum the past week, snoke to the
students for more than on hour yes
terday forenoon. Ho snoke of tho un
balancing effort of man upon tho natural
order of things and performed and ev
plnJncd the wonderful effects of sound
waves produced by uotea of very high
rUiritlnn unon t'ne tlnmc 01 a gas lainn
ai he h"s bc"n doing daily at the Or
phcum. 'Vh c;irninn clrde met last nlghl t
UiU horns of rrcifesor Wise on T atreeu
BpnKH SATURDAY H
JKWifWJlm ECONOMY SALES!
SLM&3e(m All Items Listed Below Are Radically Reduced &
llHHRHllifeldV The Savings Are Keenly Apparent. IK
50c Window Blinds $1-50 Pillow Shams $1.00 Sheet Blankets HEMMED NAPKINS
.i foot lnK; lunil 2 to a Hemstitch,! and lace edged; limit White grey and tau; Itmit 2 pair VtSi,;1 lin I
customer at, each LVr?ll .?l : 84C paii l!" 59C J CT a' 44c I W
!$3 50 Colored Madras ECONOMY Is the Watch Word m OUY Boys' Jersey Sweaters I B
READY-TO-WEAR SECTION iS!i;s 'li 1
cd. grccu and brown: one pair to I'tii.u, at. ouij D
a customer fl -a OQ iJ"LlJ MWBMMBaBBMllii " 9 ffli
" ' ''air 'P'gg New Spring Coats ,fU u BlaciSatin Duchess I M
0 -j e. Of a fiuc scre in black, navy, tan or " ;jfg iinish : "very soft, for ROVTiis.?iit" I BH
bOc Hemmed ted bheets prey, with larfje sailor collar, trimmed HlKSsr " tr'mm'nCs; value . 1.2.1; I M
with contrasting color; .ftf&FP tAflHRSw sale for one day fiQp 1 BH
2'.j vnrds Iope: and 2 vards widp; sizes 16 to -14; worth SI U 21 V&mSlr y ' M
limit fi l.o a .mis- , VSHl S!!iJJl'ZJJrZ, KB " 9
New Spring Skirts 'flfsfefc EmbriocdvariuCSFair"CI 1 H
QOr FinPRr Wnitn Wnnl Xobbr now skirls in whito. navy or ' flF of tik I 1S i"-hcj wide; 1U0 rujttcrn5 f- 1
. nuc yy ooi blsck ser-e. made with hiKli bodice A f & tf choofo from, worked oi. cxrclUut H
Flannpl A iAn " n nc - " fSfk k vol material: not a piece in the lt 1 W
r?&z'&$4m50 iyi w.?: isc 9
Yard wide, limit 6 yards to a our price "Wr M&Mi if 1 9
59C IWSilk Waists Bl EMBROIDERIES 1 II
Beautifully made of mescaline vnth Slmtw Kl . , AT 75c A YARD 1 1 H
IfinP;.- low or hiph nock, in navy, black, WsLAW flf$ ffijl A laro . vanol v 0f Uip ?t fir. H
1UU rieCCS brown and all the wanted good iNBTW'. IfrS. 34? d,aint.v baby pattern cmbroid H IN
Birds Eye Diaper Cloth iST'll V?1 llffii I I
-0 in. eiz 1 yards in cah piece, vvvv .-. y W.'r ed?rd, hcinstil'hed and -enllop-d S flffl
SiTnlX",, ....66c Junior Dresses Mwmn 75c I I
I BOYS' BLOUSES SliUrS-? "stylSr VsUm "sTo 17111 LADIES' SILK HOSE 1 1!
- - , ,. 004 $12 75 Il Besc 51.oo va,o ,t ,, I I
oor and oOc values plain blue, marked to yJB' W '! WMw Fine quality pure thread silk hose W 1 3
blael:. medium aud dark patterns, , - j iwffl 111 av i tl i line mercerized li'le thread ffl 2 A
etc.: sizes 4 to 14: i V Miti top a.nd soles: all sizes; alue$L'l
special Saturday, at Long KimonaS j 'our spc- 5SC
.. a. i ..i.. i Mod'nim. lifrlit and dark colors of out- J 1 g
inc flannel, and flcoee lined mate- i ilSi-I'
MEN'S SHIRTS rials; tho ends of rariounloU that j hfr LONG KID GLOVES I 9 1
.sold from JT MSf t ill m 'Si S
o.-, ii i . 4i i i $1.2.1lo52.2o, rfetf ar 3.00 Qrado at $2.15 M &ti
blurts with neck band and attached marked lo U T" Ladies' I2B leufiih. rrniuo Tr-
or detached cufls; assorted pat- w fOusso qiiality fine J'rciieh kid I i
terns; sizos 34 l.o 17; fl Cfcrf ""'"""'"" " "' ' 1 1 1 " loi es. nil sues; in white onh : M a S
'a' CHILDREN'S SHOES I ajpq CU 2.1S I
111 button aud lace, clotu and kid JLltllllCd kJlI,U,,!b3 ! j g
BOYS' FELT HATS taps; nno school Ghoc3- hs LONG KID GLOVES. S 1 1
zes'a t? 8' . filfi Ladips' hop in kid and elf- mt- 53.60 Grado at 52.60 i l
2.00 values in brown or Rroy -ol- J1.20 values at blicher dmUo.i ail he IGF. lenKLh. ladies' fine penuine Tre- lf.
ors; Btyles lor boys S lo 16 yoaTs; Sizes 31,6 to 11, 4T ale f;t.vles; $8.00 values at fou.-Po qualilv French kid fjlove?; ?:
special. ffiil ABC $J-30 values at . :, siMS' hT white only: W.o0 J j
'niy $a45 o11 $i.2o $2.49 tvn -$2's,ff SI
. Your last i 1 " 1 ' 1 It
y summer's gown I ABOUT 200 PAIRS LADIES I
fifc &s good as new $3, $3.50 and $4 SHOES I IJ
5iui ft 50c Per Pair S
UmM French I Sizes 2, 2y2, 3 and 314 Medium and narrow widths. 1
iH Drl cleTing I Also a Lot of INFANTS' JOCKEY BOOTS I Ij
'' I HHa ana no danger or i Sizes 2io, 3 and 3i2. 9 i
lfiiil injwrin ihe faforic 1 B
WHVA no matterhow deiicatelk Big Lot of Misses and Growing 9 I
Hff Phone for our wagon. I Qrls Shoes in Kid and Dull Calf. S ij
jIHH -mWhly H. E. Schiller, I Si2es 13i2 to 3-Values ?1.75 to $3.00- j
igN J $ 1 .00 the Pair
Blli"J ""1" "nA Telephones I YOURS SHOELY 1 f
Main Oftice 2i7 H7 Bell 939 1 151
g" a - Hirschman's
j 12 Quarts of the fl THE SHOE PEOPLE 1
J, A I Purest Milk $1.00. I Look for Revolving windows. 1 1 8 SO. Main St. 1 Ij
I Tower f.iver Leaf Milk is " I
III of Giiaraateed Mill 1
Stl Cllgtll jt is the best milk that S wr I "If" jH A I
can be produced with the J I l U I g W I 1 H
Walker Brothers T&rl xbyV 1 Im J VJ 1 3 I 3 i B g
Open a savlngB account "with Si or quart of mil 1c we sell, aud WW
more TODAY. Bank here by mail from deliver it lo vou in per- TKEBE IS NOT A DRUG STORE BETWEEN ELKO Hi
anyvnero. . olcnii. sanitarily AND OGDEN ALONG THE MAIN LINE OF THE S. P. MB
.sealed bottles. tmetropolis, iilko county. Nevada, is a new fflf
- TOTC THE TBRIVnNAL OF AN EIGIIT-IVTILE flH
SH Hfll litflK Cfover Leaf Dairy f0REANCH or TirE s' P" WITH DT TRACT SERV" ' mk
S5 uLlS N Both Phones 2177. Metropolis has no Drug' Store and offers an experienced J
H H Bm HWoimiiS16ct quart. Dmggist the livest opportunity in Nevada for a quick- 1H
B SCOURS 1 wJ National Bank of the Republic B ,-TT ny..in-nirrTVT'V rr B 9
JpniTSHESLr A thoroughly nioIcm savlDRB depart- M METROPOLIS IMPROVEMENT CO. . R
Jp JrULilSrlJlO fr ment conducted In connection vrlth tht3 HB at- w v- Sfiffi
VjggsssmF II HWTI bank. Sfif dcuoslt boxes for rent. U. S. , Kl HSC'
fl- . Solid Cake I oEukorv.RoXt DrMidcni: jamea a Mur M Newhouse Bldg., Salt Lake. Metropolis, Nev.
1 WORKS WiTHOm WASTE i V'.gtn'"1 i II ?
1 Ji3 CaDltal paid In. 5300.000. Interest Dild IHRSBEHIWil '
lOHQHnnMBHfflHv' on time deposits. 1 WHHHBPWB . , 1 ""'cw