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1fIwlOF THE WOMEN'S CLUBS 1
ABOUT the busiest women in It
Lake today ave those compos
ing th0 committee planning
for the entertainment of vui-
tors who will stop in alt ;?
Ogdan on their way to the bionni
meeting Of the General. Federation or
WVmVn'B Oiaba Ln San 3 Tancisco from
June 25 to Julv 5. The eneral outhne
of the ulan of entertainment, much M
which has already been Mf&.g
eludes the CTvinfi of tea at the Hotel
r tah the Bait Lake headquarter for
the distinguished guests; an organ re
rital at the tabernacle, either to pre
cede or follow a. mans meeting to be
addressed bv viaiUng WJfcR"S
mobile rides to points 0 blMMt
n luncheon at the Commercial elnb W
the official representatives of the fed
oration. In Ogden the Hotel Marion
will be headquarters tor the visitors,
and one of the chiof feature, "J"
tainment wffl be a i R 55 5
von and tea at the Hermitage, the fa
mous canvon resort.
Mrs. Gould B. Blak&lr of this dtj
beads the hospitality committee- HM
is being Wiiated. bv a finance comm
tee. 0f which Mrs. L C. JUlWj MjgJ
man; a reception committee, with Mrs.
J F. Marshall as chairman; an iimta
tion committee headed bv Jane
Skolfield; an automobile committee, 01
which Mr,. L. H- Farnsworth is cha.r-
man: a train committee, with Mr?.
Frank Knox as chairman: a press and
publicity committee, of which Mrs. C.
T. Van Winkle is chairman and a dec
orations committee, with Mrs. F. rv
Marcv as chairman. The chairman of
the entertainment committee for Jg
den is Mrs. Edward Bichsell.
The latest plan developed by the
orees and publicity committee is a
"Line of Day " book to bo PTCsentel
to the visitors. It will be bound in
dark blue with a gold pencil attacned,
caxrvine out the Utah federation col
ors, bine and srold.
The decorations committee in aan
tion to its city cleaning campaign is
desicnine some social etrcct decora
the scheme in which It expects to ob
tain the co-operation of the merchants
of the c.itv.
The ways and means committee oi
the federation composed of state presi
dents, secretaries and representatives
of the clubs will have their headquar
ters for one week, July 7 to 12, at the.
Hotel Portland. Portland. Or., for the
purpose of meeting and extending
Courtesies to all the delegates passing
through the i it v.
Mrs Sarah Evan", state president,
will be glad to be notified bv those ex
pecting to stop in the citv at her office,
fare of the Evening Journal of tort
Biennial forecasts, says the Pan
Francisco Chronicle, are beginning to
overshadow all other club interests,
and particular attention is concentrated
or. the details of the ten days' sojourn
within our gates of the 5000 guest?
expected Tins sojourn will be rrora
Tune 25 to Julv 5, during winch time
the biennial of the General Federation
of Women's Clubs of the United
States will be a continuous perform'
ane in this citv. with scenes of ac
tion laid at the Pavilion. Golden Gate
hall the Girls' high school and the
Sunday school of the Temple Emanu
The programme of convention pro
ceediiigs is in course of preparation by
the programme committee of the gen
eral federation, but those matters per
taining to accommodations, hospitality
and entertainment are under the jur
isdiction of the local biennial hoard,
concerning winch the board haB just
issued the following bulletin:
The Sutter street pavilion has been
selected as the main auditorium for
this great convention.
Golden Gate Commandery build iug,
almost adjoining the Pavilion, will be
used for conferences.
The Girls' hl?h school, located in
Hamilton square, will be ntilized for
The women of the northern district
of California Federation of Women's
clubs are preparing to receive the
delegates to the biennial with true
California hospitality. Baskets of
fruit and flowers will be distributed
at Koseville and Sacramento on the
Southern Pacific route, aid at Oroville
on the Western Pacific route. The
Chamber of Commerce of Sacramento
will invite the officers of the general
federation and those traveling on spe
cial trains to stop over in Sacramento
a few hours. Visitors will be given an
automobile ride and then taken to the
At San Francisco a committee of
rlab women will meet each train and
boat to welcome and direct delegates
to their hotels and stopping places
It is requested that eah incoming
guest wear a badge of blue ribbon.
C'HAIRJVTEN of the committees to arrange for the entertainment of delegates
to the hennial convention of the National Federation of "Women s clubs at
San Francisco, who will stofi in Salt Lake en route to the big meeting.
The members of the trains committee
will wear yellow badges.
Monday evening, June 24, a compli
mentary concert, tendered by the lo
cal biennial board to officers and rlele-
fates will be ghon at the pavilion
aesday afternoon, Juue 25, an iufor
mal reception given by the local bi
ennial board to officers, delegates and
visiting club women will be held in
the ballroom of the Palaco hotel.
The afternoon of Thursday. June
27, the California Slate Federation
will be ''ar. home'' to all visiting club
women at the Fairmont hotel.
The entire day, Friday, June 28, will
be spent in the Santa Clara valley.
Stops will bo made at Stanfard Uni
versity, Santa Clara, Saratoga and San
Jose. Visitors desiring to do so may
remain over night and take the auto
mobile trip up Mount Hamilton to
the Lick Observatory.
The afternoon of July 2 will be
spent in Oakland, Alameda and Berke
ley. A short musical programmewill
be presented in the Greek theater,
Barkeley, after which there will be
automobile rides to different points of
interest. Plans are being made for a
bay excursion, for antomobile rides
about San Francisco and vicinity, and
probably for the scenic trip to the top
of Mouut, Tamalpals. Excursions will
be arranged to various parts of the
state immediately upon the close of
Members of the Bureau of Informa
tion will be cm duty each day of the
convention at the pavilion, the ferry
aud railway depots, and the various
hotels, prepared to give all nec-essary
loenl information. Members of the
committee will wear badges marked.
' ' information. ' '
D2. JANE,' SKOLFIELP
Chairman i nvitat ion a com
It is requested that a list of dele
gates and alternates, elected or ap
pointed, be sont immediately to Mrs.
Edward D. Knight, 238 San Joee ave
nue, San Francisco, chairman of cre
Credentials should be presented as
early as possible. The visiting card of
each delegate and alternate must be
attached to the credential card.
A copy of the receipt for dues to
the general federation ?or the year
1912-1913 must be presented to the
credentials committee by each delegate, I
such copy to be furnished by treasurer
of organization represented Alter
nates as well as dcleates will be
The Woman's club has decided to
co-operate with the National Society
for Broader Education in giving three
concert lectures in this city the latter
part of May. These concert lectures
are to be given by Sophia Stephali, a
great artist whose greatest triumphs
have been won in Europe, although an
American by birth. The Critics .' having
united in acclaiming her a Binger or
first rank, Stephall has been chosen by
the National Society for Broader Edu
cation from a host of singers as the
one woman who combines with the
qualifications of an artist the highest
ability as a teacher, and is therefore
well fitted both to teach the use and
value of music to the uDtrained listener
and also to give the highest satisfac
tion to those whose musical edncatiou
l jtB Tiayser" Gloves coat no more
has enabled them to enjoy the work ot
Miss Bc-renico Lathrop, as instru
mentalist of high rank, has been se
lected to assist Stephali. She also has
won for herself a place in the front
rank of soloists of Europe. In lending
its support to these concert lectures,
the Woman's club is pursuing its edu
cational line of work
An interesting programme was car
ried out at the meetiog of the Woman's
club Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. C.
T. Carlson. Mrs. Byron Camming re
counted the story of her travels in
Italy in a most realistic and enter
taining manner The address was illus
trated by a largo number of very fine
photographs which gave the final touch
toward making those present feel al
most, as if tlifv had accompanied the
speaker on her trip through Italy.
Miss Mary Haigh gave a soprano solo,
a waltz song entitled "Spanish Pu
mance. .Miss Huigh sang in fine
voico and contributed not a little to
the pleasure of the members and their
guests. Miss Haigh, who is a pupil of
Hugh Dougnll, was accompanied by
Mrs. Virginia Centner in an artistic
and sympathetic manner.
The current events and current liter
ature section of th- Ladies Literarv
club will have an especially interesting
meeting next Friday afternoon at the
club house. The theme of the pro
gramme will be "Shakespeare's Worn
en in Song and Story,'' as a commem
oration of the 348th anniversary of
Shakespeare's birtb The section will
also hold its annual election of officers.
The art section of the Ladies Liter
ary club will meet Wednesday morning
at the club house- A paper on "Fran
cia" will be given by Mrs. W. H.
The P. E, O. sisterhopd will meet
Saturdav afternoon with Mrs. J. F.
Marshal'!. 24 K street. "We of the
Never. Never Land,'' bv Aeneas Gunn,
will be rev ievd by Mrs. Hugo W.
The College club wijl meet Thnrsdav
evening with Mrs. O. W. Ott, 1180
The Bay View Reading club will be
entertained with a Kensington Monday
afternoon bv Mrs. A. B. Gibson, at her
home. 221 Thirteenth East street.
Mrs. Bess Gtearhart Morrison will ap
near in dramatic readings at the Cen
tral Christian chnrefa Tuesday evening
under. the auspices of the W. ('. T. U.
organizations of the city. Mrs. Morri
son will also speak at the Central
Christian church tonight.
The Seekers Literarv club will meet
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. William
Kdwiirds, 171S South Main street The
election of officers will talw. place. A
reading. "Queen of May," will be giv
en bv Mrs. B. D. Blackmarr.
The meeting of the Utah Woman 's
Press club for next Wednesday has
been postponed one week on account
of the engagement of Maude Adams at
the Salt Lake theater.
The Lloyd alliance will give a lunch
eon Wednesdav at Unity hall.
The next and last meeting of the
tourists' section of the Ladies Liter
arv club will be held Tuesday, May 7,
at the club house- The annual election
of officers will take place.
The poets' tection of the Ladies' Lit
erarv club will meet Monday afternoon
with Mrs. Howard R Stowe in Federal
Heights The reading of "Hernaui"
will bo concluded. Th-- annual election
of officers will take place.
Mrs. TVmk Lahen's section of the
Ladies' Aid society of the First Metho
dist chnrefa will be entertained Tues
day afternoon by Mrs. P. A- DLx, 1111
CBAIP.MAW FINANCE-. C.n.
Second avenue An attractive pro
gramme has been arranged and tea will
be Bervcd. The hostesses will be Mrs.
J. R. Bowdle, Mrs. J. C. Hise and Mrs
The Missionary society of the. Im
raanuel Baptist church will meet Thurs
day afternoon in the church parlors.
The travelogue stndy will deal with
"ChinePe and Japanese of the Paeific
Coast," and will be led by Mrs. Lula
Eccpnroad. Mrs. V. B. Cutler will
The W C T 1'. will have its regu
lar monthlv meeting at Fort Douglas
Thursday night. An interesting pro
gramme will be carried out.
Tle Monday Night Literary club
will meet with Mr. and Mrs. W W.
Ohn-dwick at 433 C street Monday even
ing, April 29. 1912. Mrs. Enima G.
Bledsoe will have the principal paper
of the evening on "Lo. the Poor In
dian of Today." Mrs. Chadwiek will
conduct the current events discussion.
Tlie Pan HfTlenic soeietv will meet
Thursday with Mrs. EE. E. Schaufle
berger and Mrs. L, E. Arnold, 1167
A special meeting of the music ec
tion of t'ne Ladies Literary club is
called for Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock for the purpose of electing of
ficer.' and to tilau toe work for the en
suing year. Every member is urged to
A birthday luncheon was given at
the Y. W. C. A. Saturday for members
of the association having birthdays in
April. The hostesses were Mr?. EL J
Dininny. Mrs W. II. Alexander and
Mrs. John Weir. The table was pret
tily decorated in yellow, a bowl of yel
low tulip forming the center piece
The guests wer Miss Mae Lai I, Miss
Lela Fowler. Miss Laura Zimmerman.
Miss Kafherine Forrester and Miss Lil
lian Whelan. Special music was fur
nished during the luncheon by A. Mc
Turtain, violinist, and Miss Lucile
The following mouthlv report was
submitted to St. Mark 's H ospital Aid
association by Miss Rose Korous, visit
ling nurse: Number of cases treated at
Freo Kindergarten and Neighborhood
house, thirty; number of cases unclassi
fied eighteen; visits, J8j supplied
medic. io to twenty; surgical dressings,
twelve; loaned article:;, forty, miiK,
The lecture ft( the Third Presby
terian church Friday evening by WW
Byron f'ummings of th" University oi
Utah was given to a large and appre
eiative audience, and was a most en
ioyable and instructive affair. r ew
present had any idea of tie wundertui
scenery to be found in (Jtah, r the
magnitude ot the discoveries pertaining
to the ancient people who once inhab
ited this part of the continent. I.hia
is a subject in Which Professor f'nm
minca has had a growing interest for
B good manv rears, and for a number
of years peal be has led annual archae
ological expo litirins into these most in
teresting fields of research.
The following officers were elected
by the St. Mark's Hospital Aid asso
ciation at its meeting Wednesday
morning at the Y. W C A. rooms in
the Continental bank building: Mrs.
J. A. Reeves, president; Mrs. M. L.
Ritchie, first rice president; Mrs. W.
V, Rice, second vbe president; Mrs
Oswald, third vice president; Mrs.
Robert Hampton, secretary. Miss Lena
Hapue, treasurer directors. Mrs. C.
R. Pearsall, Mrs. Robert Cemmell and
Mrs. W. F. Adams.
The Lloyd Alliance held its annual
election Wedncfxlav afternoon at I nity
hall. The following officers were
chosen: Mrs. George IT. Raybould,
president; Mrs. George Orr, first vice
president, Mrs R. D. Seymour, second
v'iee president; Mrs. Sarah a. Poole,
secretary and treasurer. These, with
the following directors, compose the
executive board-. Mr-. R. A Moulton
and Mrs Ernest Fowl BT.
The Browning section of the Ladies'
Literary club war, entertained yester
day afternoon by Mrs. E B. Critch
low at luncheon. The luncheon was
followed bv the reading of "The Ring
and the Book."
"American Artists'' was the gen
oral topic, for an interesting programme
at the meeting of the Ladies' Literary
club Fridav afternoon. Mrs. C. H.
Blanchsrd discussed "The Develop
ment of American Sculpture," and
Miss Louise Jennings gave a paper on
"American Painters." A vocal solo,
" Bofore the "Dawn" (Chadwiek), was
sung by Miss Mary Haigb. Miss
Helen Bottles gave a double piano
number. " Honi Hong' Menoeissonn;
and "Marc Mignonne" CPouldina).
Mrs. Lafayette Hanchett was chosen
a delegate to the biennial meeting of
t'no General Federation of Women's
clubs in San Francisco in place of Mrs.
V U. :nt.-hl.,v.-. it . ifc
the federation hv vtuo D'tWBl
as president of i he ,.,,(,
Oswalu u .n .-hovui alt,.rn , Wl '
3. Gorham requested th & ksB M
co-operation of thr, , , !MSrtHHU
eve dance lo he U"" h
"''t1' TU" '' Zl.t for
the ' lal lV.ler:it iir, n y, j' Jflj
The American WomBi
held an intcretinc nw.-f, tJ
evemnp at the &nvon 1
and Mrs. Anna Adams Kv." JtJ
jinatic readings. 'VtR(jf
The Bay View Tj 1
M ndav a ternnon vitl, V-'jBBI
1-T.ime on P street. Th, - W
ture of the mcetinc
the Renin: of tl Srm"'. tf
Ira D. '.Vir:,., M,. ; :; 'jm
n reading on "The n,,. .?t4tR
Olden Tun.' Mr.
trave the re-nl.-.r ; .. . . --fl
Mrs Lafayette ..'P1'
eson. A eimral .liarMWB
proved interesting. '' A6)H
Tho memlnTM of tVn . I
tion of the Ladies LiteijJ T'lM
phwininir t-. ha,. i-rn-,It -fHfi
the Oarrick t i-.e.-iti-r. vi, .' Bffi
0, at the .natmee iTf0 ' .iTB
a play written . M r; TiX
chairman f section rt,ti WB
Dan'ger will ,n';;' ii
a curiam raiser, The rBP
"Lady Windermere's Fan" '
plcted at tho l?.st 'inetinr rn'B
ti mi Thursday "f'.ernrn it'iBV
TTie members the La W i 1
ary club, who ' -'ry;i ,cKi
rjress the Inst rear 2H
published, are reqUste3 to -tX!p,
new a-:d -.e- to Mrs. ArttntJiB
sons. ''r.j?t nuTkBi.
in the -.e-.v -' book. lT
Better Than SpanklJK
Spanking docs not cure ebiiHP
bed wd There is a C(..JBi
cure for this trouble. Mrt.'iufc
mers. Tiov W. Notre Dainf, kl
; s-rnd '' "I' to mother Ur qSjn
horn treatment, with full iis'tnEf
Send no money, but writo htrtiB
uiur children 'rov.hle vcu ;,i tSsK
Don't hi:: me 1'. ; child; U ':h.;sjW'
it can'' h'-lvi n. This trtattJB;
rurei adults iit' :i2id eopli tisH
with urinu diCic ili .-js hy cay kBi
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FULL FACTS 'ABOUT HQ
trie great rjermin Cure tor Ui mL i
Polaonir.gr, ln n ?"-?ag? b'xfct: Bl
I iv an ' I '-r; M&tk-J fealtd tor'iitK
for It toaay r..?- M. EILL PClHl
Box TSSE New York. 1
Have people had such a' great oA
portunity to buy good footweaS
at such tremendous sacrifices m
at VINCENT'S. Hundreds M
able to get waited upon Saturdafi
Two more days of quick selling, then theeflE
of our great sale AT 110 MAIN STREET.
Notice these specials for Monday and TuexW
Men's $5.00 Shoes and Oxfords, only . . $,
Ladies' $4.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, $B
Boys' Shoes up to $3.00, only $!
Children's Shoes up to $2.50 only
These Bargains Are at Old Stand 110 Main Street J
Come visit our new store Monday, APrilW
open for business. New Shoes, new styles
lower prices. I
Vincent Shoe Coi
25 East TMrd SoathE
. "B i
I U. S. Army Barrack Shoes 75c Per Palp
Got 68,500 pairs above style Barrack Shoes from U. S. Governmeut, ail having 1D8pl.jl5
I stamp aiid contractor's name on to prove they ire up to the highest grade of specification .
I are shoes for everybody MEN AND WOMEN in homes, standing in shoos, factory, or jXt
j lounging or outing nothing to equal them for ease, comfort and wear. They are worth don H
I the money wholsesale. Price, 75c pair. SJtj
Also Shoes, $3.00 pair.. U. S. Army Marching Shoes, to last any one a full one years
H wear. $3.00 pair. J
I Guns, Blankets, Cloth Serge, CBothMijg. Hafep
Auto Coats, Storm Hoods, Carbines. Etc g
I Army Shoe Ponchos or Sain Coats- Khaki Trousers and other goods and curios from Sm
I I ment depots. Things out of the ordinary to phase all. mU-
Complete List of Prices to All at Door. 0pen Daily, Sam. Until fP-J
SO-40 East Third South Street