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- 1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1912. ' 5
dell of I1O3 Angeles, Guest of Colonel and Mrs. James A.
Irons at Fort Douglas.
! Sunday society paga
offlco by noon dat
es, eta, should be In
AP.ET DANIBljLi of
les, who arrived yes
vlelt Colonel and Mrs.
Irons at Fort Douglas,
e much social atten
ilt to Salt Lake. Colo
will ffivo a dinner at
aturday night In honor
a box party Monday
nero to witness the
ice of "Mllcado," to
talent for the benefit
rgarten and Nelghbor
:lntlon. Many social
bo glvon at the post
3 Danlell and other
5 Post Bridge club will
ght by Major and Mrs.
;Ir quarters. The
received a number of
tnally yesterday aftcr
thefr regtilar day at
1 number colled on ac
laj. ily Birthday club cele
nornlng with a. birth
he home of Mrs. S. O.
Plrst South street. The
were patriotic. The
5 also festive in red,
nd with a wealth of
he breakfast is an an
mombers of the club
E. C. Penrose, J: D.
Persons enjoyed the
r at. the Country club
brat Ion or the Fourth
id dancing followed in
en's golf handicap was
and bowling games
he TennlB club yugtcr-
.'","rr..J nl twitcha and Iio bc
Us.llKlt lio could not fond
iK ii0',50 tliat ,le couldn't
e h:i(i particularly bad
iMn ill c?no 0,1 about every
"Mmont twne confined to bod
MMmtus wheu he w:ia first ta-
flBLt ",0rvp .spocialipfc aud two
- Wfl''i'sicians in Memphis
&e thc, r,rst ?r of
nfcBaail a?i couldn't do anything
0 lLfl,:1f 'J'PI,) him 11 bit. F
K Hr" t ',h-""-,in sid that ho
U"K hor rTCrotr !t- T then
drnWhi Pr;.iHininS' Pink
fmJ! him right awav,
day afternoon, a number of tennis and
bowling enthusiasts taking advantage of
the holiday to indulge in their favorite
Electa chapter No. 8, O. E. S., will be
entertained at luncheon Saturday by Mrs.
W. B. Dods, 712 South Ninth East
Mrs. "W. P. Kiser entertained MrB. C.
M Levy and daughter, Miss Cora Levy,
of San Francisco, at a luncheon at the
Country elub Wednesday.
Miss Dorothy Dwycr, who will be mar
ried Saturday to H. P. Smith, will give
a "trousseau" tea this afternoon at her
home on North Temple street.
Mrs. E. W. Bralnard will give a bridge
tea Monday afternoon at her home on
Enfit First South street, In compllmont
to Mlas Nora Murdock. one of the brides
of the summer.
Mrs. John F. Cowan and daughter.
Miss Anenath Cowan, haVo raturnnd
from attending the commencement exer
cises at Vaosar college, where Miss
Francos Cowan was graduated.
Mr. and Mrs. "Walter G. Tuttle have
returned from a three months' visit to
points In the east.
Mrs. J. E. Bamberger and son, Clar
ence, and daughter, Dorothy, have re
turned from the east, where the son
and daughter have been attending echool.
The family will spend the Bummor at
the Hotel Utah.
Mrs. H. B. Booth and daughter, Irma,
left Tuesday to visit relatives In Ne
braska and Iowa.
Miss Lu Deen Christenson of San
Diego, who has been the guest of her
brother-in-law, D. H. Clark, has gone to
Gunnison, Utah, for a visit.
Tho delegates to the biennial mcet
Ing of tho General Federation of Women's
"JRVES INA QUIVER
... jfeathient of This-Case of St. Vitus' Dance Is of Vital
.jBfeat to the Parents of Every Nervous Child.
'""'CS Tho!5011. a, well
Wfor of No. 301 West Iowa
itjemphis, Tenn., has Teoently
"M-nn ln Ms family that will
i Um?ury nervous sulieror. Pnr
iPKHn t' wea nervous achool chil
IVlHr - especially interest ad in
fcR.??8' -'li'. Thompson said:
VJLiwl 1 fiou' 5la-v v-h at the ago
!"i 4 was seurcd by aomc bovs.
(fcUB? we,s' lio broke
n i. ftvvay completely. .Ho
rf:.!,M nml the doctors said
IB-"1.8 - Vitus' danco. During
tfKyUCot and for manv nights
"dB i? aV7,,t0 an' crv. Uo could
WMJM lint roll and
and, although ho had boon aick for a
year and a half, he began to cut and
fjain btrongt-h. I cave him the pills
until ho entirely recovered hia health.
ITo has'never had an attack of St. 'Vi
tus' dance since. lie is attending
echool and is in perfect, health."
St. Vitus' dance, nervous debility or
neurasthenia, neuralgia, sciatica, nery
oiih headaches and nervous dyspepsia
nro duo to tired, weak, exhausted
nerves, Tho correct treatment in each
ease is to build up und purify tho
blood, which alono can give the norvos
nourishment.. Unless you build up
tho blood, it is useless to try to reach
the nerves with niedifine or nourish
ment. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
which make tho blood pure nnd red.
Thev euablo the blood to nourish thc
nerves until tho.y become strong.
Willi the two booklets, "Disonsosof
the Nervous SvHtom" and "Building
Up the Blood." which nro sent free
unon request; by tho Dr. Williams
Medicine company. Schenectady, JN.
y ' and Dr. VllinmB, Pink Pills you
can intelligently and safely treat your-
SCDr Williams' Pink Pills are sold by
all 'druirfiists at ;"0 cents ner box: six
boxes. 12.50. or will be sent by mail,
postpaid, upon receipt of nnee. by the
K Williams Medicine Co., Schenoc
tndv, 3ST. Y.
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Via D. & E. Q. Every Sunday.
Provo Canyon, 8:00 a. m $1 25
Ogden, 10:35 a. m., 12:40 n. m.
2:35 p. m 100
Geneva (Utah lake), 8:00 a. m... 1.25
Pharaoh's Glon. 8:20 a. m 50
Trout and chicken dinners at Upper
Falls resort in Provo canyon. Special
tram leaves Salt Lake for Provo can
yon points at 8:10 a. m., and returning
leaves "Wildwood, 6:00 p. m.; Upper
Falls, 6:15 p. m.; Provo, 7:35 p. in.,
arnvine Salt Lake, 9:20 p. m.
clubs at San Francisco were extensively
entertained yesterday In honor of Inde
pendence day. The first event of thc day
was an excursion around tho San Fran
cisco bay, a courtesy of tho Commercial
club. An Informal reception wa8 given
from 3 to C In the afternoon by the Cali
fornia Federation of Women's clubs. The
delegates witnessed the special Fourth of
July exorcises at various of the play
grounds of San Francisco during tho af
ternoon. The regular session of the fed
eration was held In tho evening when
announcement of tho election of officors
The solectlon of Mrs. C. U. McMahon,
of Salt Lake, for auditor was a well de
served compliment and one of which Salt
Lake club women are proud Mrs. Mc
Mahon Is becoming qulto a figure in the
General Federation, having held a place
on tho board of directors for some time.
It seomB fnevltable that the question
of suffrage will be brought to an Issue
at the present meeting of the federation.
The San Francisco Chronicle says:
"Tho prediction made several days ago
that the question of woman's suffrago
would he forced Into tho consideration
of the eleventh biennial convention of thc
General Federation of Women's clubs,
despite the tudied efforts of the officers
and many leaders of the federation 'to
avoid it, seems certain of verification.
Just In what form It will be Introduced
Is Impossible to stato, but there are three
or four alternatives.
"The resolutions committee has been
forocd to consider tho plan of the In
diana delegation to have tho federa
tion refer the question back to each
of the affiliated clubs for individual
club action, to be reported at the next
biennial convention, with instructions to
the respective Elate delegations as to
how to vote. Not much hopo Is enter
tained for a favorable report on this
plan, however, ns tho resolutions com
mittee Jh expected to follow Its usual
course of putting tho "crusher" on all
political or sectional questions.
"To many of the ardent suffragists
this plan Is also too tamo and admits
of too much delay Dr. Cornelius Du
Bey of Chicago says that the question
should ho acted on ln tho convention and
that a course looking to more ener
getlo aotlon than the Indiana plan
should be taken. Dr. ' Bu Bey said she
might mother tho motion herself.
"This movement, If it materializes, as
It seems suro to do, will manifest Itself
Saturday morning, nnd the Inst day of
the convention, under the head of new
biiHlneBS, unless the resolutions com
mittee makes a report giving an op
portunity for a test vote. Thnso lead
ers of tho conservatives oppose the dis
cussion of the question on tactical
grounds. They do not believe tho sub
ject germane to the aims and Idoals of
the organization nnd bcllove It fraught
with danger to Itn high reputation and
coheslvoness. A withdrawal of several
clubs from the federation Is feared If
the convention expresses Itself either
"Closelv allied with tho suffrage ques
tion Is another one which Is perhaps of
greater moment the negro qtioBtlon of
the South. It was upon this sectional
question that the convention came near
foundering ln Los Angoles ln 1902, but
was saved when tho resolutions com
mittee killed a measure to decide
whether negro clubs should b ad
mitted to the federation. The oppon
ents of tho Indorsement of universal
suffffrage express fear over the results
of enfranchising the negro women of the
"Tho most significant statement on
this phase of the question waa made
by Mrs. J- C- Terrell of Son Antonio,
" 'The indornoment by the convention
of universal suffrage is no lean porten
tous of danger to tho South than was
the fifteenth amendment.' said Mrs. Ter
rell. 'While the passace of alaw
giving universal suffrage would en
franchise the Intelligent white women
of tho South and many Intelligent
ngro women, well able to exorcloo
their right properly, It would place
tho ballot In tbo hands of ten tlmos
as many Ignorant negro women. Wo
are not so enthusiastic nbout suffrage
In the southern states as i.hey are ln
other sections, because wo are not ourc
we are ready for II.'
A charming visitor in Salt Lnke Is
Miss Ullv St G-rry of Washington, D. C.
who lias been the recipient of much ho
rlal attention during hor stay here. In
company with her brother C. N. Gerry,
whom she has been visiting, she loaves
this afternoon for a short visit in California.
A. M. Nason, farming near Canaan,
JJe., was badly criplcd with sciatic
rheumatism due ho says to uric acid in
his blood. "Foley TCidnoy Pills en
tirely ourcd mo and also removed nu
merous black specks that wore continu
ally before my eyes." Foley Kidnoy
Pills aro a uric add solvent and nro
effective for thc various forms of
rhoumat'iBm. Schramra-.Tohneon, Drugs.
Dr. Zimmerman returned to stay.
Z&nmorman & Gindrup, 234 Main.
Dental work half price this week.
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I After 14 Pays of Sensational Vaf&!-5ng I 1
I I After 14 Days of Record-Breaking SeSiing i j
S- I After 14 of the Biggest Days in Our History j 1 J
The Auerbach Removal Sale 1 I
(Begins Its Third Week Today I
j With Assortments Thoroughly Refreshed and Compiet-- I I
j WSth Under-Pricing Usiequaled 1 1 1
IT'S THE SALE THAT'S I 1
I SETTING the PRICE PACE I I
I I All Competition OutdistancedOutclassed by I jj
I j Our Marvelous, Unheard-of Bargain Giving ! I I
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1 I Remember Every Buy Yeu Make Means a Positive, Decisive Saving I 1 j I
II The Values Are Here Thousands of Them Exactly as Advertised Every Article at a I IR
1 Price That Means Loss to Us The Loss Is the Price We Pay You for Helping Us Move E 9 1R
1 Every Day We Start This Sale With Renewed Determination That Final and Absolute H IB
1 Clearance of Our Entire $500,000.00 Stocks of Apparel and Dry Goods Must Be 1 111
1 Accomplished Before Moving to Our New Store. I I IH
g Sell We Must Regardless of Loss III I
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muslins All Going-Away and Vacation Apparel for Women, Misses, Boys and Girls J jjjjfffl
I All Embroideries and Laces All Wash Goods All White Goods All Linens All Lace 3 M iH
1 CurtainsAll Draperies Everything in the Store Goes at a Loss Rather Than Move 1 WSn
Stocks to Our New Building. Pr