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jf -. - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1912. 3 H
; Zs, Visttin, in the City
I ;lt- l
mitter to be included In Sun--tjifcr
WcJety must be In this office- not
'vfte thin twelve o'clock Saturday.
jjl.R JAMEB 13. .T15N"N"INGS ontcr
Sffl lalned about seventy friends yes
Sl terday afternoon at a delightful
Wfl tfa at her homo on Knst South
Jftnplo street to racel Mrs. A,
a. newcomer to the city.
fistic home was Kay with quan
B pr autumn leaven and autumn
WJ but In tho dining room groat
B7 dahllns in lio rc-d and yellow
'fora moat effective tablo dec
The honteis and lier gucat. of
jf PWlveci together, and naslfttlng
wt nftrtimts receiving and again at
jjUa tihle. were Mm. W. AS. Ann
WH, ihs. UVnry M. Dinwoodov, Mrs.
)W,' Jcnnlnps. Mr.-?. William H.
KMni. Mrs. J. K. f.'alne. Mrs.
i 'n anl rTlH "Vobbor.
lCH ,n . the (hiring room were Miss
Wl Jennings and Miss Phlllls Sharp,
ffttflestra furnlchcd a musical iro-
fgfe, A. Scheld was tho hostcsH
iKSn aftcrao" fit a bcautlfullv ap
j,gw luncheon at her home, given in
10 Mre- "Windsor V. Itlce and
S n0 1 Sborinan. The dr-coiations
yjjjjn la.VBiidcr. tho gorgeous asters
In the lavondcr shades, with lavender
i-nndlcs shaded to match, maklnsr a most
artistic table. Tho gucnts besides Mrs.
Rice and Mrs. Sherman wcro Mrs. Gcorpre
T. Wallacij. Mi-h. Calhoun. Mrs. J. P.
Mescath. Miss Lane, Mrs. Wtchcr -Tones,
Mrs. William McCa.sk ell, Miss Kcogh,
Mrs. M. S. Woodward. Mrs. Ellsworth
Daggett. Mrs. V. J. Fabian. Mrs. R. C.
Woodniff and Mrs. Bancroft.
Mian Sclma Hymns, who has spent tho
past summer here with tho Phillips fam
ily, leaves todny for her homo in New
York. Her mothnr, -who has been here
for sorao time nlno, will join hor later.
Tho offlcerH and ladioH of Fort Dons
las entertained last ovenlng at another
of their delightful Informal hops, a num
ber of the younger dancers from town
being guests at the affair.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. D. Clark havo
returned from a week spent In Chicago
and in Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester X. Lambert an
nouncn the arrival of a son, who was
bom to them on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pristol of Opdcn
am in town upending a few days.
Wcf1v 33. Klnp returned Thursday
fnim a trip through the northwest. Mrs.
I Bakinc Powder
j 1; Cooking is a matter which con-
Jl; cerns the whole family, and under
I I modern methods and conveniences
II it is made so attractive the whole
A amily is becoming interested, if not
1 i tang parfc n L
111' "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is
t excellent," says the father. " I made them,"
J; says the daughter, and both father and
10 j; daughter beam with pleasure.
1' It is a crime, with our modern agencies,
$ ji Ha; and facilities, to have sbggy biscuit, or 1
CI; Wooden cake, or leaden pastry.
I! 9 TA
ya' Baking Powder has made home
jg 111 baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
jcjl best cooking today the world over is
jgMMne with its aid. 1
King, who Is with hr parents in Iowa,
will be her shortly.
Mra. Lynn S. Gillham and Mrs. Hoe
hcl will entertain today for Misa Lura
Dole, whose marrlapc to Everett Grant
takes place this month.
Mrs. B. 1 Bauer la back from a visit
to California, lier daughter. Miss Ethel
Clark, having remained there.
A party of more than 100 friends will
enjoy a banquet together tonight at the
Hotel Utah following the McClHIan con
cert, tho banquet being in honor of I'rof.
and Mra. J. J. McClellan.
Miss Mina Urverldse will entertain to
day for Miss Alberta Brown', one of the
Mr. and Mra. Willard F. Yco hav. gone
eaHt on a short business trip combining
a visit to friends.
The P. E. O. sisterhood will be enter
tained this afternoon bv Mrs. Hurry
Guns: at her home In the Prcaoott apart
Mrs. Lawrence Marlgcr will entertain
at a bridge luncheon at her home next
Miss Margaret Hutchinson will ent'T
taln next Tuesday at a luncheon for Miss
Mrs. Harry CuMhlnp and Mis. Ham
Clark a:c back from a visit to Plot. ho.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Browning and X.n:
and Mrs. Rich of Ogdcn were among tho.
out-of-town guests nt the ball Thuriday
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kcarnull of Milcr
"ity, Mont., arc In the city, guests of
Mr. and .Mrs. A. G. Mackenzie.
Mrs. Foster G. Morsa of 73 Xorth State
street has returned to the city, having
spent the past two months at AVestport-on-Lake
Chainpluin, New York, and
other eastern points.
Mrs. I,. D. Wirdman of Council Bluffs
will be here on Tucsdav to b a guest of
Captain and Mrs. Gcorgo B: Pond of
Mrs. JD. Sullivan and Miss Marrclla
and Mrs. C. E. Iluish and daughter
Frances of Eureka are in town visiting
Mrp. J j. .1. ICycK left ycftcrday for an
extended visit with her parents at Glrard,
Mrs. E. E. Shepatd has roturncd tt
Salt Lake City after an extended east
Miss T)cnio. Kernel; and Miss Do
rothy Tiooklidpp announcp classos in
social ami aesthetic dancing-., opening
October 17. IS and 10. Ladies' Liter
aT.v club, 'phones Wasatch 1327-J, Uv
Dr. J:1. IT. C'onccr. Dcnlisl, successor
In Dr. .1. "V. 1-jwin. will take eharfjo of
the office, room 2JS Ivcarns bhlg. (Advertisement.)
Done by tho Century is distinctive.
ou-oT Po'stotficc place, (Advertisement)
Salt Lake Statistics
Joseph Jurtojon and JUi-t Col'', Grldlcv, Colo.
Jospph luj;nu Tid V.Mr. l'or.-c, Illiitjlium.
Charles D. Maas and Areltt. rtlen, I'roro.
Krrid TX'lnrmxn. 2 I.yton Toone, slrl.
Frederick B. Crltclilon-, Zi r. r.trMl. plrl
Joieph J. llnjkln. 7(3 Jeffron place. i)0y.
William J. Prbr. 7f,l 5ontl Second K.iht, slrl.
Krnrrt Hock. 214 Went l'ourlh North, bor
John II, Ellip. Korlh Socoml West, girl-
Octnbfir Z Agues Marcaret Graham, typhoid fe
Tr, Xi. 15. P. lionpltal.
Octobrr I Itoj- "W. i;r.l7, l!3r, tlnl ATnuo, ly
Octohnr .1 Iraac Scars, 1013 Wilson avoniie.
Real Estate Transfora.
J. R Qiiian cl id. to Wllm E. Howard,
part lot S. blocV- 53, plat D ... X JO
Erin In Hnntoii to Zinnia. Ilmiuon, part lot .
blocV S. pint n I
United TJealtj- Co. to John T. Itred. lots
in nnd II, block 1. Union Heights anbdl
vljilon . 310
United Tlialty Co. to Jlartlm Thonia. lot
:.7,. lilocW A, Unlna Helclitn buImIIvIsIoii. . 170
Fr.inJc nnoii ct al. to Martha Thornna 'i
!.. lot liloclc 2, Coat &. Corum'n sub
division . r0
Polbert Unci, to leubcllr nurk, part lot 1.
block 63. plat A 1
E. Fi. "WIiVh to John Ponaldnon. lots 21
ami 22, block n, Poplar tlroro 5
hn K. Clitllmnnrl. to J. C. Rndn lots 1'7
Mini Zi. bloi:lc S. Wilklnsou'H i-uhdlrUloti. . 1.000
JarnM B. Clay nnd wlfo to Knecbert Han
poo, part section 1?. to'nUIp " toutli,
ranci 1 r.as. KP0
Filed "with the cotmtj rlerk:
Frltarh Ijan Xr Tmi1 company or Slt l.aVn
City. Capital Mock. JIW.OOO: i,harr, $10. .1. A.
Krltrcb. prebl')iit and treasurer. lrain:lR Krltfch,
tier, prcrldent; W. II. Tenner .iccrelary.
Vetorn Slate? Investment minpany of ?utl
lyjkr. Capital Mot-it. J10.000: abnrcs, J10 rsoli
J. A. lrrlteh. president ami treasurer; FTanels
Frltsch, vlcn preildcnt; W. H. Fennr, feeretirr.
GOVERNOR OF OHIO
IS COMING MONDAY
A party of Ohio officials. Including
Governor .liidson Harmon, will pitfr.s
through. Lhia city r.ondny on tho way
to San Francisco, whore tlioy will .select
a site for tho Ohio buildin.e for the
Pann ma-Pacific oxposiiion. An oB'ort
will be ma do by members of the local
Democratic parly to have Governor
Harmon deliver an ttddrurs while hero.
Tho party will arrive nt 0:.10 o'clock in
tho forenoon and depart nt 2:ln o'clock
in tho afternoou,
"With Governor Harmon in tho party
are John I'ri Lloyd. V. E, Movers and
R. 12. McCarty of iho Ohio Panama
Pacific exposition committee: General
Charles woybreoht. Colonel H. G. Cat
row. Captain P. B. ronypcuy and Lieu
tenant Van A. Snyder of Governor liar
mon'a staff, .fr.s. Harmon and tlauphtor,
Mrs. Tj. H. WriRbt.
Seven divorce docrces, five intorlocu
torv and two final, were urautod by
.Tudco C. W. Morso at the weekly mat
inee in the Third district i'ourt yestcr
dnv afternoon as rollowp;
interloctitorioH to Winifred Work
from Hiram Work, Clara D. Hipb from
irnno C. Hiffb. Fernando II. Mott from
William .1. Mott, Eugenia Wilklow from
Goorcc W. Wilklow and "Enther Y,.
Brown rom Joseph Drown
Finals to Pauline G recti troui Sylves
ter Green and Mabel C. Hanson from
Albert If. Hanson.
Increaso in Buildings.
According to tlio monthly report of
BuiWiDK Juapcotor Ktml Lund, penrntg
for September aRBTOBatod $22b,0i o,
makiuc a total for the first nine
monthB of the vear of $2,8 13,7r,2. Thin is
an incroaso of $:U,97f over September
of mil and an increase of .iI,b0-c-er
the first nino months of 1011.
Today--fl Most Fitting Climax to a Great Carnival Week of Stupendous Valoe-Siving in the I
I SVIOVAL SALE! 1 I
I A ROYAL FEAST OF BARGAINS A BANQUET OF BARGAINS! I
m latcMess Sacrificial Offerings in the Newest and Most Wanted Mercitaredige S H
B Owing to the great number of out of town patrons now visiting in the city, many special pur- g
9 chases of Fall Merchandise that we have held in - reserve for the new store will be offered to- p
H day in the Removal Sale at low prices heretofore unknown so early in the season Every
H department holds matchless inducements for BUYING NOW. Shop in the Morning's when convenient, ft
H 1,000 YARDS tNCH jM
71 c Bleachd I 16 2-3c Shaker I BleacheS Turkish I 50c Bleached f Bleached Irish &
I MUSLIN I FLANNELS BATH TOWELS I BED SHEETING TABLE LINEN
BB The very beat In . I dcuim-aml full - - ZZxU IWI M 1 11,1 -7inIa " fk ffl v.inh ni-Jr 9 iM
ounlity ami llnif It M 1 bleached--35 Inches flfl A Rood woIkIU I ZlP repularl- worlli B H 4 1 hcav wrg,t K
gH - none better 71c flJLjrff" 5 wide. Regular lfi I S vcrj- I 30c yard Today SL S U U- 1 Mfti' df-,K ' I nS'Rs fgj
BB value - Today inTffOI vaJue To- V iinimual SOr ll. J10 Kmiiom' 18 V Tod.r In lie IV- 8 W jfl PafJ
a I OSVe oeq8jae Savmgs in I
n "Qf N SOf I THE M0ST STRJKING MODELS THE GREATEST VALUES H
1 , . 1 , , I EVER OFFERED IN SALT LAKE CITY INVESTIGATE 1 WPf 1 I
H WILL MULTIPLYY THE FLOOR 1 , . i'wSj Iwl BbI
Wm 77 77; ,TflpP H Uncommonly attractive new fall models, rovoalmg Bmart lines nnd excellent H;v8ftft. t'4 IBB
H space of the ouD tailoring. Over fifty dlrToreut, dashing styles in all. Among tho materials X$MMe?-V&W ffl Bfll
PS more than TWENTY times. notably aro thoso in Boucles, Zibcllne3 and Doublo Faced Fabrics. Until you co iWs&& W PAVJ
K 1 tho coat3 themselves a right idea, of the remarkable valuos is impossible. You YP BBl
w There'll be DAYYLIGHT in every de- 1 must sec thom you're bound to llko them. Como today for "a look," or a vvvmU"ti ffi BbI
WA pnrtment perfect ventilation more 1 "try on" but come. SECOND FLOOR TAKE ELEVATOR. tvWu'l "5 BbI
ij entrances more .departments more I K'j1p'i'S3 M
P bargains Everything for your com- I vONDROUS REMOVAL SALE I A SPECIAL REMOVAL SALE W''MM ft? Bfll
IH 'ort convenience and economy It 1 OFFER OF OFFER OF W iAiSM?$S Bf? Bfll
I won't be long before we'll greet you at H ?& $&&&&J3 M$ flVJ
1 State Street NEW FALL W0MEN,M I I
I zzzrz I IVilLHERY DRESSES 1 I
I Broadway ..--at- btSat-IsSH 1 I
1 $3Wojnen's S'vz 1
" g Second Floor Take tho Elevator. ?fi BB
I 0 j $1-00 WOMEN'S 1 35c OHILBREIi'S 1 35c Wo.nens 1 I
I I UNION SUITS UNION SUITS I FLEESED H0SE I I
in tlio Kcnioval Halo nt ?1-0S pair. $ F W Women's fa-t blai k, (u I a& kptj OH
fa8J JM CTn, ndimnr rlbbnd . a E II fashloneJ line Ullf flrrPf 1 HTS fl- BBl
1 CTlL M 1 20 Cent Infants' 40e OHILDEN7! I 75e WOMEN'S 1 I
saf:flfl(l I Cashmere HOSE BLACK PANTS Flannel SWMS I I
Hi pfn gray, tolatol. prpn.flJfR Kj
tM wlno ami cardinal, l ie plle W Tnfnn,. n,lf.Rt 0o' nual- - mm I 1'st black fleoccd cottony 9 F-ill. lonj; at.'l nldfr B j BJ
m fast color nnd silk fin- g .f?5t chm 0 CA 1 rlbbctl p.intE-warm arlflE I nn and c. nforlH'.'r Mil a ffl i
OS Islicd. Thoy'ro I lie new YARD lt "ifi D f ' lllA BOrv'lccable. Formerly ff "ll1 n atttnclive rink or blut ftajjf Ml BBf
M aeaBon-H rnpc for suits an, 1 ftreet jn- 1 "V JS'nr I Priced according lo sle ilVV 1 "trlpcl cfTts all H
g tui nly IVvlay In the Kemovol balo "J inlr. PAIR Ki in tbo Ttcnioval Sale at 2V dnv In the Kimnl ' jj I
I $5 to $7 Boys' Suits 3cnhd!:5' man top boots 1 il
B bn'.a.slV,l couts-olhors in Norfolk , , , . . SWWWffl si-c3 5 to 81. Slzec 8.1 to 1U. Sizes llj to 2t. AS 1 BJ
E ,'oatfl with peg top knlc-krbockcr pnntr ;-slyHsli. serviceable oUea & Eft
fkm ?ult3 for drc.Hii or school wear Regular J.OO to ?i.00 'l,ucS ' iKAitliy7 q n em q fi ASF8 HiftltfAtTi E3
I r iu, SsrHeovAu u, gfiy Boys' High Top LACE BQik I ,
B Boys' O'Coats, Boys' Russian Jffll r.. izrs,ti?A JSZ&JSl':.'?, '.K 1
I Values to $7, BSonse SUITS H ;Tva. at .m vALUEs. at ,3 VALUES. AT 9
I gg $3.45 S5$U8H $2.39 $2J9 $189 1 I
SH 4R 00 t,, S7 00 vnlu-t() closo inquires -niosL iloMrablo PM- E m 1X1 W H BBB
"MEN'S $1 5o""l McnT$ 1-75 I MEN'S $1.50 I $1.00 BOYS' I MEN'S 10c 2 for 25c j
I UNDERWEAR 1 Flannel Shirts 1 UNION SUITS S UNION SUITS WORK SOCKS I Men's Collars H
B wear. LWc'M Garment ''lou J al EACH "l'" in 1 "S thS'last EACH J