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W ' THbi SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3. 1912. 5 . I
ETwife of Utah's Governor, Who Will Receive the Guests at To
RHSi EcflPtion and Ball in Honor of tho Irrigation Congress.
WmS nest important society event
I i.'rf the great Irrigation congress
1 tlirlQ take place tonight when the
1 fttcera and "delegates to tho con
1 'ikjs will be the guests of honor
I VibMt reception and ball at I he
I CUh. The affair will be Impor
tat alone is art event of the con
lot ai an especially notable society
jk ts roclety will be represented as
r U efflclals of the gathering. The
i ;4n Invitation aft'idr for which tho
liftjM nere Issued Home time ago
i jal people have been loolcln for
" t'to It with kcon Interest, In tho
; 'jkt line will bo tho officers and la
; k the congress, together -with Gov
i ti&aMrs. Spry and Mayor and Mrs.
, L The committee which has had the
: tt In chnrgo consists of W. II.
" vw, chairman; Mrs. W. H. Cuii
iin, vlco cJialrman; Mrs, W, W.
iirag, Mrs. Karl A, Scbeid, Min.
IP A. Bnnw, Mm Douglas While.
t'XirUn Rooklldge. Miss Kato Wil-
i, liis Edith Shearman, Warren C.
ii. Jolin D. Bpencer, Horace S. En
i'S. F. Redman, A .A. Clark, Tho
1 bo presented at the door.
klxiutlful Dctn home on East
ft Temple etreeL was the Hceiic yes
f iflemoon of one of tho moot suc
cessful charity affairs given In the city
in a long time, a .bridge tea. for the
benefit of the West Side Neighborhood
House, nt which over 200 guests were en
tertained, many at bridge and a large
number a.t the tea which followed the
game. The homo was bright with au
tumn flowers and tables were arranged
both upstairs and down, to the numbor
of forty and more. The guests were re
ceived by Mrs. Dcm, the directors of tho
association, Mrs. William H. Cunning
ham, Mrs. "William C Alexander and Mrs.
William W. Armstrong, who managed the
affair, being especially active in making
a success of iL
Tn the dining room petunias were used,
a groat basket filling tho central part
with bows of old rose ribbons to axld to
the color effect. Vaea of autumn leaves
were on the mantels and Kldoboardn and
branches of the deep toned leaves were
soon throughout the house. Mrs. Windsor
V. Bice, Mrs. George V. "Wallace. Mrs.
Frank Knox, Mrs. ,T. K. Gallgher, Mrs.
ClawBon and MJus Webber took turns at
the tea table. Miss Margaret McClnre
had charge of a candy table where liome
made candy was to bo had and assisting
her were Miss Mildred McMillan, MJss
Margaret Walker, MJss Morguerilo Stew
art, MIhh Marguerite Rice, MIms Doy and i
Miss Mary Wall. Among Uie hostesses
fRjtf TO PRESERVE YOUTH AND BEAUTY.
jHfo'frcat secret of youth and heaaty (or tbc young woman or the mother it
Jjftljffcr understanding of her womanly system and well-being. Every woman,
H'ftr old, should know herself and her physical make up. A good way to
jWH lthii knowledge it to jfet a good doctor book, suoh for instance, as "The
jflMt'i Common Sense Medical Adviser," by R. V. Pieroc, M. D., which can
procured by sending thirty-one cents for cloth-bound copy, addressing
Mfcre, it Buffalo, N. Y.
Ktomanly system is a delicate machine which enn only be compared to the in
'WW wehinism of t beautiful watch which will keep in good running order only
'iB.fad otre and the proper oiling at the right time, so that the delicate mech
SiK'' -vv aniam may not be wont out. Very many times young women
mwfAK &l old or run down before their time through ignorance and
LaWaHHStX tnc 'mProPcr handling of this human mechanism. Mental
jHlri cPrcss'on a confused head, backache, headache, or hot
iaVfia. Bb a8ncs anl many symptoms of derangement of the womanly
?VTOf3V ystcm can be avoided by a proper understanding of what ta
rn 4 t'108C trym t'mcs tm1 comc to B" women.
m' VSS'Jr Mjss-G-H- WrLUAMB. of Laxnhaven. Va., wrote: "It Is six years
.B tjjrl I lnce my health grave wny. I had feroalo trouble and all tho doctors
mttdioi St. J ( 1 employed three ) sakl 1 would die. I was not able to do my work,
gF M Jy' nd io hire someone all the time. Finally, I road In tho papers about
Lml lffir I Ir. Pierce's Favorite Prascriptlon, and decided to try it. I had not
mi A Uken but one bottle untlll found It had done me sood. I took, in all.
VW Y five bottles of 'Favorite Proscription and two of Golden Medical
! PJ Discorcry, and now I am abto to do all my housework, and hare giilnod
sS lbIr iourteen pounds. I advise nil women wh suffer from fomale troubla
TjMv 1'wniIl. to try your Favorito Prescription.' It's tb only medicine on ertiu
Wt SMART SHOP I
SPECIAL GRAND DISPLAY
m FOR OUR VISITING GUESTS I
ck V7e Take Extreme Pleasure in Showing the Most I
Beautiful and Largest Line of I
m Handsome Suits. Afternoon I
m -Dresses aed Ball Gowns 1
Al: Theso Wonderful Values. I
jl Suits for $10.00, $20.00 and $30.00 1
THIS WEEK ONLY. I
!;I GOWN SPECMLSTHIS WEEK I
lPATS AND WRAPS NEW MILLINERY
Wr eautif1 Afternoon and Beautiful Hats, $5.00 to
W$tog Coats in Velvet, '25-Q0-
mttl8!.1"15"" Special Showing of Fa.tterna
gggf) tO $50 This AVeek.
1' SOOTH MAWJ
?l, ''ernoon. jumie of whom enter
tained four and koiih; right guests, wuref
Mrs. Karl Heboid fttrn. Hewitt
Jf- 'Jay .-f'ttiTls Mrs, L.umaii
Arif i1Po!d j5eSel Mrs. Chus. Rlcharcla
Mrs, L.lppinan Mrs. i,ee
Mrs 1 r' jy,!tll,c5pisrs- Stelp-it-
V,' L'-. Gh "her meyor
? 1 0wa.1 M,H- Allison
Mlsf, J'lowat Airs. Win. Brown
' Hi ' r ' Kolyitiaoii Mrs. Hoppuugh
Mrs. Wra, O'Brien arrs. Reevea
Mr, a e,i,"i:or -Ml !3- Murphy
Mrs. Adolph Haer Mr. Palmer
,?i;3 J' O'ondcn- Mrs. Doggo i
Mrf Klbrldgo Ln.. Charles Flficld )
i.noina't r3 jan '
kiln' ''",k nox lrs'- l'"rcderlck L'cr- j
Mi":fChaB' A. (311- uinf.
AtrV n -. , -Mrs. T. R. Hnrker' '
iP"fn.a,M ...rraySuH,. !
wnrii. D' Farns- rz. Martha. Watson ,
MisH Fox ' Bank"S Alra- Gco' Snow I
Mre. A. .7. G'orliani, tate president of J
tho federation of women's clubs. Mrs. K I
B, Crltchlow, president of the Ladles'
Ijlterary club, and Mrg. A. 11. Peabody,
clinlrin.Tn of the music section of the lat
ter, are making up a parLy of club womm
i ?St?,ul lhr M.-riellan conrcrl Halurday
night In the tabernacle us a Flight rofog
mt Ion of the wny lri whli-h Professor Mi --lellan
)ias always favored the club wo
men, either with his own music or with
his help in proparlnc I heir programmes.
Hiey are filing the attention of local
cluh womn to the generosity l?own la"t
June, when ihe local clubs entertained
the delegates to the San Francisco bl
enlal who wer passing through tho city,
on which occasion Professor McGlellan
presented special programmen for the vis
The members of the Utah cltrh of last
season ha.ve decided to give another se
ries of dances this winter at the Hotel
Utah, and the drat In a series of flvo
will bn given late In October, the exact
date not yet having been given out. Tho
affairs are in the bonds nf three commit
tees: arrangements, R E. Jnkns, D"ll
Farke and Richard R. Toyman; pro
grammes and guest cards, Mrs. T. W.
Bnow, Mrs. C. 1,. "Vliltnoy and TV. E.
LaJie; and music. Dr. T.-. TT. Snow, E.
TV. Paynes and M"rs. Dale Parke.
The Misses May and Francis O'Neill
entertained about forty of their young
friends lust evening at bridge, in honor
of Mrs. Charles Lyons and Miss Dorothy
Janney of Los Angeles, who are here for
a short visit and are at the Hotel Utah.
Following the game an elaborate supper
was served, to the' guests, Mrs. P. J.
Moron. MrH. J. F. McKnany, Mrs. W. A.
Wetfccll n nd Mrs. Oakley, agisting the
hoatosnea. The rooms wero lovely with
tha autumn flowers and autumn leaves,
together with quantities of pink Killar
Mr and Mrs. P. TV. Madaen entertained
about a hundred of their friends again
last evening at the second In a series
of Wednesday night affairs at their home.
Some informal music was enjoyed, pre
ceded by a supnor at which tho guests
were seated at eighteen Tablon all adorned
with autumn flowers. The hoHt and
hostees were assisted by tholr sons and
daughters, Dr. and Mm. O. R. Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Meredith. Jr., Mr. and
Mrs R TV. Mad sen. Mr. and Mrs. JL TV.
Madaen, Mrs. V. R, Madsen, Mrs. J3, IL
Dund and Mrs. H. If. Mad sen.
Mrs. George Harris Smith was the
hostess yesterday at a plonsant affidr, a,
luncheon at the Alta club, at which a
number of her friends wero guests.
Ioclle I., ni'eon of Irrigation, and her
maids an1 the members of her court were
guests last evening of tho Garriok man
agement, occupying the lower boxos nt
that house for tho. performance.
Mrs. George Jay Gibson will be the
hostess this afternoon at a tea at her
homo in Popperton to moet hor mother,
MrF. Hoyt Sherman, who has recently re
turned from Washington to make hov
Mr. TV. T. DonoTwr win leavo next
TVedntmday for Chicago, where she will
join Mra. William P. Klscr? for a trip to
Mr?. H. W. Baum win be the hostess
this afternoon at a brldgo tea at her
home. 1021. East South Temple street, in
honor of her mother. Mrs. Garver.
MLss Mlna Beverldgo will entertain Snt
urda.v afternoon for M3ss Alberta Brown.
Mrs. M'arv Jackson, who has boon vis
iting Mrs. J. R Dunn left yesterday for
her borne In Pocn.tello.
MM. H. K. Klingcnder will entertain
al bridge nort Wednesday afternoon at
ler homo in the Miller flats.
Miss Ruth Anderson ts visiting Miss
Helen Greenwood for tha next week
or 50- . ,
Miss Eliza Dey entertained a half dosien
friends at the Garrlolc matinee yestordny
taking her guests to tea later.
Mrs. K. 13. Calvin ami her daughters,
the Misses Nellie and Carrie Calvin, are
here from San Francisco for a short tlmo
and are at tho Hotel Utah during their
Mrs. WilllB Ulinc and her ttireo small
daughters arc in Leavenworth for a visit,
but will shortly return to Denver, whore
their homo la- . ,
Mr3. Ferdinand .T. Fabian will enter-
PILLOW TOPS AND BACKS
With tho purchase of G skoimi of
Carlson Currier Co.'s Embroidery
Silk at 25 cents
as contained In our Busy l?cc Needlework Outfit
For mile by "11 dry goods stores and art
needlework chopc. Tf youf dealer can not sup
rly you. eond 2oc for Busy Dec Package, 6 foi
mailing and tho name of your dealer and w
will fill your order direct.
CARLSON CURRIER CO.
114 SANSOWE ST. SAN FRANCiaCCj
Bray Hair Rstrfl
fife, "WALNUTTA HAIR STAIN" (
noolorcn Cray, Strcakuit or
gUa. Uli'acliod ITxli: or Jloujlucho
iTTpaj inDluntanocunly. Qtvea un' ntumo
F1- from Light Brown to BlooJu
Trod Oo not with or rub otf, Con
Uvt taliiit no poltonu anil Is not dicky
nor srroavy, sold by all drneebii, 1
er wo vlll ond you a trial tJljto for 20o iipald,
Urao olz (oliht llroc as much) Wc. Jf your dniffalit
I Jton't aell lt aend direct to Uf. finnd Iho yellow
I wrunner Irooi two liolllts pimchited from a druecUt
I and will ulo you u (ull-iin botllu for nolhtng.
I WAVNUTTA CO., ZZ08 Clark Av., St. Louli, Mo.
i i'or iiulo by tjchrauuu-Johnoon, Drugs, !
1 1 flvo stores,
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been Helped
By Common Sense
Women Buffering from any form of fe-1
male ills are invited to communicate
promptly with th e worn nn's private corre
spondence department of the Lydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
Your letter will be opened, read and
answered by n woman and held in strict
confidence. A woman can freely talk of
her private illness to a woman; thuB has
been established a confidential corre
spondence which has extended over
many years nnd which has never been
broken. Never have they published a
testimonial or used a letter without the
written consent of the writer, and never
has the Company allowed these confiden
tial letters to get out of their possession,
bb the hundreds of thousands of them in
their files will attest.
Out of the vast volume of experience
which they have to draw from, it is mora
than possible that they possess the very
knowledge needed in your case. Noth
ing is asked in return except your good
will, and their advice has helped thou
sands. Surely any (&?se
woman, rich orpoor, 7$jt$&$
should be glad to W
take advantage of S '8as53Mf
this generous offer jj y) 1)
of assistance. Ad- 1
dress Lydia E. Pink- In)
ham Medicine Co.,
(confidential) Lynn, (JJgg's)
J3very woman ought to have
Lydia E. Pinktmm's 80-page
Text Book. Tt is not a Look for
general distribution, as it is too
expensive. It is free and only
obtainable by mail. "Write for
it today. -
tain at bridge thin afternoon at her homo
on Twelfth East street.
Mrs. Elmer IS. Corfman of Provo le
in town for a short time and Is the guest
of Mrs. McMlcliael nt No. 1 Progress
The Souvenir Card club will bo enter
tained tlois afternoon by Mrs. I,. W.
Mansfield at 235 North West Temple
Ml$ Kate H. Gatrell has returned to
her home In Salt Lake after a lengthy
visit with friends In British Columbia
and in California.
The ladles of St. Johns guild will en
tertain this afternoon at a silver tea at
tho chnpol at which Mrs. Walker and
Mrs. ilampson will be the hontesson.
Tho .College club will meet this even
ing with Mrs. G. V. I, awry at her home,
72S East Second South :treet.
Tuesday evening a pleasant surprise
party was given to Mian Dolly Christen
sen, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Alex W
Christensen. 212 B street, by about twenty-live
of her friends and schoolmates
The evening was spent In an enjoyable
manner, muelc. singing and games being
followed by an claborato supper.
Tlie Imperial orchestra entertained a
crowd of young people at the home of
Miss Kate Hawes Sunday evening. Those
present were Miss Minnie Wright,. Paul
Bakin. Miss Grace Kearney. Albert
Schmlttgon, Miss Luclle Jenkins, Joseph
Fllnn. MIhb Ethel Gray, John Peters,
Miss Myrtle Dlngman. George Miller,
Miss Susie HawoG nnd Jess Speight.
Misa Deniso Kerrick and Miss Do
rothy "Rooklidc announce classes in
social dancing, opcmnn October 17. IS
and Ladies' Literarv club, phones
Wasatch 132-J, TTyland 1080-W.
"Dr. E. 11. Cojicov, DonLisl, successor
to Dr. -T. W. Ewi'u. will tako charge of
the office, room 218 K earns bldg. (id-vortisement.)
Press Club Plaus Show.
Wednesday afternoon tho Press dub
board of managers held a meeting, form
ing plans or the presentation of tho
annual theatrical production. IBrlant S.
Young, Gordon Place, Burl Armstrong.
Percy Cropper and Ernest Evans will act
as the show committee with Instructions
to bopin at once to make the necessary
arrangements to produce the play at an
Salt Lalce Statistics
Krl Moyc:, 61? South Ttlaln niret. boj.
Juatlnu .Soutli.im. liOI South Eighth Kut. Girl.
0enr Dlltr. 1251 nrownliip iivcnue, Hoy,
IlnniMt Kimball, W. South Sixth Has:, hor.
KTKnds L, Tholniiii, 5n North Tlril Wckt, hoy.
Irenio rhltllps. S niuhth West. tor.
John T. Adtlfiln. "M Snon- avontia, kIvI.
Chnrlei Tliom.v, T56 Wen Sixth South, cirl,
SUr? Ann 7'lcrmtng. Wr ywrt. Cl'.i Rlcliurd.'i
titrt, Scplemhcr 2$. 131V, clrrlnisli o liver.
Finlcr Martin, 55 yr&rs. Second !!ruih and
Third Went tlrcrln. SerU-inbi'r '.'S. 151!, alrucV
Rnhorl Johnnon. 31 J'tir. Kcntd Sotilh nnd
Slith Wejit Jitrcct!, SoytcinbiT r?. 1311. crotbed
Inftnt Thooins. ttlll bnin. Wcl Sixth
South atroct. October 1. It'll. tlU bJtln.
Heal Estate Transfers.
Kliub.ll A- KIchKltfsi .Security t'o. l- A
Fowler. loin find Vlil. lllehUn-1 i-ai-L'.
plat A J '5V
Jennie Fbrlcui ol ul. to Jhincs 1". lMn
.iru, lolii 'Si onil K, Morlr t, Gnidoil
Jilat , V)
Muhlo K. (3I!!R rc nl. I" William J. Hrom
lr. lot M. l.'iohwood mldltlori 1.000
Mnud r. Mee): wnl hubitnl to Umnw It.
RrUn, loiR M .in5 .'?, fJ'.nyslone addi
J. It. Duct to W. A. Kettlt. ruirt lot 7,
lilor 20, r,l P 10
I.anr.1 M. Yorjajou to . WIllMiu Conner,
lot 11. block XI. S.ind? Si.itlon pUt. . I, (
JnlliM A. KouertiAidi nnd rr(c Ut rttr ('.
IlnfTilun, part lol. J, bloolc K. tcn-acrc
nlJt A 1
Kimball f: ttti'hunU Security Cn. tn .John
V. hftlpw. lotu HSP. 1450. HSI and
Hlchlnnd IMr);. Pint A in
Amolio l. Johnton ct si. to Mtt Kochn.
' lol I. block II, Sttd. City JS0
NTcurnlf;la of tho face, shoulder,
bunds, or feel, requires a powerful rem
edy that will penetrate tho flesh.
Billiard 'b Snow Linimout nos-
i sesses that power. l?ubbcd in where
tho pain is felt, is .ill that is necessary
to relieve suffering and restore normal
conditions. Price, Uoe, oOc and $1.00
: per bottle. Sold by Scliramin-'Jolinson,
Drugs, five Rood stores.
THE WANT AD CHANCES A .HE
('heap, forceful, reliable. Thoufrunds
read thuoi every day.
1 ' I
Stat Street 'emov'al''Sale orfer"1 lliii . H I
rwh you must seg thc coats Iost of them arQ v ri vj 5 H g H
corner of oE the regular $15.00 sort. Included are 9S
ftwRaAwait smart' M-loilS models in Bouses, Herring- X H H U I
PI yiy Wdj bones, Tan and Gray Novelty Mixtures, f, j'h f WJ
(The Auerbach corner.) Brown and Copenhagen Cheviots some (km H J j VtnY B
in addition to many new do-. safcin lined. They're coats for right now I 7 i 5 1
K?a partments. . , . , , . I I . .
a pleasing style vjinetT'. Values ran girm up J j II: i H
m AI! present depart- to $15.00 while this special lot lasts" in (he j ' ;
m ments will be Removal Sale out thev go at $9.95. fJB I jl f( ' B H
I lf- Attention Is Also Directed to the j WM I I
On Our Third Floor The
Special Removal Sale Offerings j Ul if y m II
mm Nev Drapery Section will tt , . ill I I H II V 65
W occupy fully twenty times 111 W 01X16 H S CoatS at 'r'.& fiS H
SS r " ' $14.95, $18.75 up to $25.00. SI I J
ggj On Our Grand Mezzanine Second Floor Take the Elevator. Ill j m lllU Sfll
P3 Floor The Women's Ready Ul 1' -'.Wft PSgl
I hw&L Womenys$1.50 w"' wffifcM I
fca tlme6 the floor space of the hi
1 Long Kimonos Emb. Waists 1
m On Our Second Floor The b anaaiii'Mrii'yj f
rilllinery Shop will multl- SDtkM OS. A brand new shipment MP IH
ply Its present floor space Women's Long Kimonos of a a WTU 3?Hl 3st unpacked of Smart
I more than six times In the Flannelette and IHeece Lined SliTO Jra I HW Fall Mode's in blue, black
new store, materials Various styles Inflffaflj9 W 1 W and white W.-Jsts with Of?
T'eralan and Floral effects ty? embroidered front many J
Every department -will be all colorings regularly worth styles to choose from sl7.es 34 to 44 m
blrjger, better and broadei ?1. SO Removal Sale prico, DSc. Regularlv sold at 5:00 Removal Sale 93
all will be elegantly appoint- J , , , , price, ?1.39. fflfl
ed, with the newest and Sscond Floor Take the Elevator. Second Floor Take the Elevator. S&q
best fixtures that modern
convenience can suggest. In JUST HERE A VERY SPECIAL PURCHASE OF Era
WOMEN'S BATH ROBES 1 I
Enlarged departments 1 "' . rra bh
ue7Eii7bodIrRGHrT RegwlaF $4 Values, at tfh M
SERVES. Heavy Fleeced German Flannel Tounging or Bath Ife. jgr mm mm
WpMI nrt v. Robes In a most attractive selection of figured mra Br fflff HJH $ mm
State nnd BJo-.dw-,vlln th designs and various rich coloring combinations. ft 1t& WW M MM
mpinHmp 7h2 Jlf Fashioned generously full and long with high neck MM
MM TonUn ie'at th tiff end roll colIaT-or with 5fiuare neck and collarl.:.. M H
S RemarkVb n.pcslble of duplication anywhere under 51.00. The Kc.uoval Sale g M
g Fall Apparel and Dry Goods. vnc Second Floor Take the Elevator. gj H
j Including many new arrivals Special at I
There is a distinct and pleasing surprise for every j I
i j ' woman who attends this sale this week. The values sur- 1 H
I .AXj pass yins that h been shown in Salt Lake so far I I
Wl ths season- i H
r lif 'l Every new and attractive model that is popular this I H
i yff fWh A season is included in this offering designed on correct I I H
lie Wim Hnes, tailored under our direct supervision, thus adding j H
i M il P lm that distinctive charm and self-retaining shape that . H
- aW' I fflt makes HUDSON BAY CO.'s suits so different from those I I H
' JS i rv shown elsewhere at iligher prices ! I
JKxJ An Extraordinary Offering j I
TO Geemne SeaEette Plush I I
1 $30.00 SlTS Jnfeed 1
1 HUDSON BAY FUR CO. 1 I