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- - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1012. 5
I r VERY beautiful clmrch wedding of
yesterday was that of MJsih Mar
;.irct Krmn Urown, dnushter of
Mr. and Mrs. Oiln C. Brown,
and Arthur Lloyd TliomaH, Jr.,
n or FoHtmaatcr Arthur L. Thom.is.
ceremony was performed at St.
church at hlsh noon. :hc Rev.
"Winter Ueeso oi'lk-Utinr-. The
intended by Mfsa Eleanor
the youus daughter of Mayor and
Jlinuel C. Park, nlnu-o of ihn brldc
i and Alex Thomas was the host
TJi iliuroh wis very beautiful
l decorations of yellow and whllt!,
of sreat, w'lov clirys.intln'muins
Tten ronklnsr fno Hmm.fl and all
lurch attrat tiw. Krom the church
rluHl party n l the members of
fo families went direct to the Ho
tah, whero an claboratn wedding
Mt was Hcrved. Thf Ions: table
alii in the Hmnllcr private dlnlns
and here again the two colors,
and white, wore lined. Klvo lm
bakel8 of tho flowers wero used
wate the table, and ropes of sml
JprhiRcrli were Intertwined bc-
Place cards of tiny wedding bells
V'llcnv roses wero at each place
irlde were a white broadcloth 3uit
i picture, hsu of while satin trimmed
eamellBK ami real lace. Her (low
era lalde's roses with a shower of
of the valley Miss l'ark"s prown
French embroidery over yellow
line and fhf wore a "picture hat of
"aver, with yellow rosea for trlm
and carried un arm bouquet of
' vhr.vfaiithoinuinp. The youii
i left on tho nftcrnoon train for
the northwest, and after a short honey
moon trip they will make their home in
Wyoming. The bride wore aa a solng
away gown a tailored .suit of dark blue
with hat and gloves of tho same shade,
The marriage of Mls:i Edna. Dudtun.
daughter of Mr. and Irs. R. (J. Dustan.
and Roy Dean Coatcs tool: place yester
day 'morning at 10::i0 ai the home of the
bride's parents on Flint avenue, the Rev.
ISlmcr 1. Goiihcn officiating in tho pros
ence of the rclatlvos and a few of tho
most Intimate friends of the two young
people. Tho bride was attended only
by her father, and she wore her travel
ing suit of dark blue, and carried a great
shower of white roses with streamers of
awcet peas. The young people utood In
a perfect "bower of white and green, and
the brldo, wlio Is one of the beauties
among Salt lake's younger glrlp, made
a most attractive picture. Tall white
chrysanthemums were used to decorate
the parlora, while pink roses adorned the
dining room and red tho library. Follow
ing the service, an elaborate wedding
breakfast was served to the company,
numbering about forty, tho brido'j table
Heating the members of the two fainlllcB.
and the other guest-s being at final
tablcH arranged through the room?. Mrs.
A .r. Oorliatn and Miss Lcnor" Sampson
nndstcd In caring for the guests. The
voting pc'ople loft on the early afternoon
train for San Franclfco on a short wed
ding trip. They will he at home after
November 1 at'LudwIg, Nov.
A delightful alTalr of yesterday was
tho tea given by Mr. Horace Dunbar
at hor home on Federal Height:,, to
IMPORTED BY I
SAM FRANCISCO. 5
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whl'-h a large number of her friends were
Invited. Mrs. Dunbar was assisted in re
ceiving her guests by her mother, Mrs.
Bel rd. while Mrs. John A. Reeves and
Mrs O. V. Ott poured tea and coffee,
with Mrs. R. II. Merrill, Miss Laura Dole
and MIkk Darlcnc Kimball assisting. Oth
ers who helped In entertaining the guests
were Mrs. Howard St owe. Mrs. Robert
K. Brown and Mrs. Charles Hcuscr. The
Hyde orchestra, seated In the sun parlor
off the dining room, furnished a beauti
ful musical programme through the after
noon. The guests wero mot at the door
by Miss Marjorlc Wassou. The dining
room was bright with yellow chrysan
themums and pink tulle combined In
most artistic arrangement, while great
branches of brilliant hucd autumn leaves
made a warm glow In tho parlors.
The annual charity ball will take place
this vear on Thursday evening, Novem
ber il. It will be given at tho Hotel
Utah, and will be the most important
evening affair of the early winter seaaon.
Some new ideas will be Introduced this
year, a:? having the supper proper nerved
In the main dinlnrr room and durlnx the
dancing hours. These matters were de
cided at a called meeting of St. Mark's
Hospital Charily association, held yester
day morning at the T. W. C. A. rooms.
A meeting for the purpone of naming
special committees will be held next Wcd
nesduv morning at the same time and
place and hereafter itlt aitur the ball
Hid meetings w ill be weekly Instead of
Mrs. IT. K TCI In gender was the hostess
at a large and very enjoyable bridge, tea
vestcrday afternoon at her home in the
Miller flats. Xcarlj fifty friends enjoyed
the game find later half as many more
came In to tea. The rooms wore bright
with flowers, red roses adorning the par
lorn and bright yellow chrysanthemums
In tho dining room. The hostess was as
sisted bv her mother. Mrs. Riddle, and
Mrs. Sncll poured tea, while assisting in
Hcrving were tho Misses Margaret and
Florence PowdaM, Mildred and Marian
Tuttlc. Helen TTanchott. Morjorlo New
man. Claire Haynes. Florence Winder and
Ruth Senior. Little Miss Katharine
Chandler received the guests at tho door.
Mis. VT. T. Snyder entertained the ladies
of the Crystal Bridge club and a number
of oNtra "eiicsIk yesterday afternoon at
hor home on First avenue. The rooms
:f baking powder - H
i A pure, healthful, Cream
I I of Tartar Baking Powder r
Ami " m
llf When buying an article of food you are '-Jf
W entitled to know exactly what you are buy-
R ing its quality and ingrediea..s.
41 If this information is refused don't buy it. 7
$11 Some of the low grade baking powders
arc advertised, but the ingredients of the
R powders are scrupulously concealed, ;;
Mi A housekeeper would not use a baking
I powder containing alum if she knew it
i I It is well when buying to examine the :
' I label on the can. Unless it shows the
I ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it.
J I Dr. Price's baking powder is absolutely
III free from alum.
Salt Lake Statistizs
)tnrr N'lnV. H ikjutlr S-o-d Krtl. her
Tiiomu II. ilorrton. 540 Writ Slith Ncrlb. Klrl.
nobtri Tfl. 7S Q Klft. slrl.
Jr.hn It. Jonn, 3t Kit StTrnth i-outh.
Jehn A. 3vftton. ;; 5oulh Tntti E:l. ulrl
'1iHr 1' Sir. Z7t Wnl Ninth South, slrl
I'-nft W. FU, I lUrRit fourt. boy.
' R. Mel. M t trrtf. xlrl.
Crorr II. SI(Kilti 73Z G tr bcj.
Hirrr If. Hetrt. IJI ft strcel, girt.
JohjniMh ( HunO'iJii. 71 y4r, J7
Otol-cr 7. nirt5-Mlll
Intsat Blocum. S ho'jr. :55 (7 Ucol, O'r'-r
t. frt rr.tt'jrp
W. S"m Ire ni Rutb CtirUrl. Ml
Hoy U. r0tr and Udn Pmlln. Sill l.it
1M-In C MttH Jtid Ad PhAnr. TikMo. l olo. i
J'.k-P'i tVucr jDd V3r Anderson. 4lt UtVr.
I.lnoln SloVn and Itnltlc C. Slur'.rj. Sill
Murrav m n.nnl-r nA nll! Alitoa. Sttt
O. 7olcmi cj Penirrr. I'olo.. xod
ndcll of KnuMnn. Tm.
V.rtum JoIiui-om and Nnllln llerrlll. r.Icbinonil.
Uny ,,a M.Tllo Hlme, fill IV.
Hna Alb'ld; ot Haiburs. lOnlio. and
Jnhriwoii of Freetnn. Idilm.
Aimi John.on of Prwlcm. Idilio. nd Adi Cnrq i
Hhr of Olford. Mlin.
ArOmr I. Thoim. Jr.. nd Mtrru'ilte C. Bron
"f !lt IVr
Mfpnl A. Rniti.prii of firtnxtr. W-o. nJ
Inifl Pniltli n! Kelt t.lV-.
VtrH J. Clevrlr of Wods Crc rn Edl'h J
Purinrhnni of Honntlfijl.
filer Frrini. Jr.. xzi Alice TUllfr of 3lt
l.rl n Krrrett ad-! V1i OI-n if Slt t,,k
J. A Millard And i:il 11. Hr-HUI.. SOt
Vcdru-J Licdell and 1-1 Vrnn Wliltloc. SU
li lr fhl r.nd Anolr. Uihl. Slt UVr.
TrurilU K. stoi-Art and Daisy Jl. Chapman. SJt
"wtt Jolniion nd Yri Arshtp. Elt
AlrDdrr StdUilion of raroirin and Maixt Plck-
rti of Fait Lalc.
Ptcleinlu T. Wlnihrr Jtnd Marr D. H'.Irmaa er
UhiId JJ.tlUmli and Ifibrl T. Teamen ot Mur
"? W. C. II. Allen of Kannus City and Mirth T,
Talor of Selt Lii.
Kcal Estate Transfers.
Cdrd T. Wnltnn and lfo to FranV A
Andnnon and -lf part lot 11. bloct 11,
teii-cli jilat A JS.COO
Murray M. Byiraior to Klmbi! Rich
anl.i Uulldlnc Co.. lot 31 Jarkioa ijuar 10
Jnlm I-onc anil Tlfn to i;rlk Olfon ct M..
prt 'cUon St. tcnshii) S tnulh. taws
I Tt J
UT It. L-raoa rt at. to Chrl.itlno NISrsoni
PArt lot :.' Mock "t. nlt C $50
Cornollus S. Grotr. and nlf to P. Rleh
ardi, pit lot u. bloc' :o. ten-acro plat A 10
Kimball A. Rlchardi to Julius TVnhl. lota at.
Zo'i nnd :JC. HlnhUnd I'urk addition Mo
rrtnk n. Sterlicnx and -rlfn to Snrali ,sn
Satton. part lots 57 and 3S. Hackclt'o
John II. lUllcr od wife to Auhrry Kins.
rrt 8Ctloa ;5, towujhlp 1 norlb. ranRd
1 v jo
W'rtmlnitar Investment Co. to William A.
TVado. lots J. 10 and 11. block r, TVestmtn
Mot TTclhtr. plat A l.ia
Wlramer Invrjtniont Co. to tJiTrrenc. TV
SmoltKer. Iota IB to 2?. block i, TVatatch
Grflorjjn S Sntlth nd ?rlf to C. P. De-rey.
par: lot u. block 17. nlat T jo
Grorgn Smith and -vlff. to C. P. Deitey.
lot 26. block 1, Wallicr ubdlvlntoa 10
vrerft all decked with tjic autumn colon-,
autumn luave.s and fruit and sorpcous
clirytianlhemums, adding tholr charm to
the place. The hostess was assisted by
Mtr.. O. B. Huu-cst and Mrs. Frank J
TTeslcott. Prices wero won bv Mra. Bla
marek Snyder and Mrs. Gcoreo Lam
bournc. The next meeting- will bo with
Mrs. A. J. Charon.
Mr.. .lohn C. Cutler entertained a party
of her friends at tho matlnctt at the
Salt Lake thcator yeaterdav afternoon.
taMn?r them later to a. tea. at the Hotel
Utah. Tier KUMts were. Mrs. P. S.
Kcoph, Mi-s. J. T. Klnssbury, Mrs. TTell
lugton E. Lake, Mrs. Relf and Mre.
Georse O. Relf.
'An Interesting wedding of tonight will
be that of Miss Irene L.. Griffin, daush
ter of Mr. and Mr5. S J. Griffin, of Os
den, and Edwin R. FIsk of this cfty. The
marrJaue will take, r'lacp in t)lc j?iret
Methodist cliurch of Opden tonight, tho
Rev. Dr. Fisher ofTIcIatlnrr. Tho bride
and bridoproom will lcavo immediately
after for a trip to the coast and will
return later to make their home In tho
Meredith apartment." here. "
Mm. Sam R. Meyer of Chicago, for
merly Miss Josephlno Vcll, will be hern
within a fortnight to visit her parent?,
Mr. and Mrs. Max M. "Well, at the Brans
ford. Mr. nnd Mrs. Meyer vill come
together and Mrs. Meyer will remuln
here while Mr. Meyer Is on a business
trip to tho northwest.
"What promixe3 to be an Important so
clcty as well aE an artistic event Is the
concert to l givon thin evening In the
tabernacle by the United States Marine
band. Numerous parties of frlondfi are
arranged to attend tho concert, the of
ficers and ladles of Fort Douglas haying
planned to attend together.
The .Saturday night dances at the
Country club, which havo been unusually
popular this year, have bi'cii discon
tinued and the :cn.on will closo with a
bnl masque on Halloween. A few of
tho young girle of the club are planning
an Informal dancing affair, however, for
the evening of October 29.
Mrs. Jack Gilmer and Mifin Minnie
Siidlor will be tho hostesses today at a
tea. at the home of Mrs. Gilmer. HOS
Perry avenue. In compliment to their
plater, Mrs. James TVolls. Tho hours
are from 3 to 6.
The Mi&RC5 Pnarl and Daisy Sa.vauc.
who have spent the past summer on tho
Savago ranch In Wyoming, axe expected
home tho first of next week. Mm. Sav
age, who camp down to place her young
est daughter. Tronc. in Rowland hall, will
return to stay till near Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howard Merrill
are back after a trip to Atlanta, Ga..
and through tho southern states to Cali
fornia, wlicrc they have upcnt the bet
ter part of the pa.t mimnicr. They are
at hotnn In tho Arlington apartment:),
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Quigley are
homo after a- month or mor In tho cast,
having npent wonio Umo In New York,
and visited relative In JoHet, III., on
their return trip.
Mr. and Mr. Frank Fisher and Mi.
and Mr.. M. White are b;ick from a
trip to the coast, during which time they
toured California, by automobile. Mi.
and Mra. White havo gone on to their
home in l'aglc, Colo.
Mr, D. Peaslco will entertain the
membors or .tho Plate club today at tlnj
usual 1 o'clock lunohcon, with brldgr
following, at her home on Third ave
nue. ( J H
The Spirit of Liberty chapter. DAUg1i
ter.s of the American Revolution, will
nifct this a-ftcrnoon -with Mrs. A. .1.
lUi.siiicr at hrr honm on ThlrteMith F..i5t
si ret. Miiw Dcckr will he tho chair
man of the day.
The Dramatic section of the Ladies
Literary club will meet today at the
hihhoiisJe to continue thr- study of the
Irish drama, taking up Lady Gregory
and some of her wrltlnrrfl.
The "Woman's; Mifslonary socict of the
CVntrnl Christian church will meet this
afternon with Mr?. NVel. In the Plar.n
apartmenbr. at 2:.".0. The new yar
booka of the society will be on hand.
New Corporations j
rilrd -lth tb feTrlrr r.f otatr:
Globr Indemaltr eompinr of Xc-r VorV 3rd
a rfrr of " Ttl1 djlpr..tlDc Jimcr Rosrra Jt I
riled i"ltb th rcitnir rlcrt .
Cirerow Mining . Contrartlnc tompmr nf
g.lt t-ke. Oolla! Mo-V .li.m, tl rarh
n. R PrtrnbroV. prrldn, II. IXiibroVo, vlo
prrfldenl: J H. Wlnood rcrrtarv and trei
uret Chrlly Orcaalratlou of 8lt Like. Wet tw
I tj REMOVAL SALE j :'
lipH dented Olfaring ol Women's I
9 s Sweater Coats I
1 SOME OF THE dTo Qfi MMWi il I
I NEW -O WMM I
H Just as stylish and dressy ' UBW Wtlum Jlf I
B flOMIDTIIilNT in aPPearanco as thy Ml fifflWi 1 m I
P Eii Mill I ITl&ffl Id are warm and serviceable. K H
B AT OUR- fn m weave, in oxford, J t I B
H MEUI TftHaE' cardinal or nay; smart J 9
S HCvW wlUHat Norfolk or belted models, with high neelc in .Robespierre H
QH i i effect; six-button length; sizes 36 to -14; never before H
Iff Rugs 3rd Floor sold for less than $-1.00. Now in the Kemoval Sale ar Wft
Ml Pictures 3rd Floor 40 oc K
IM Trunks and Suit Cases 3rd Floor v"JC- H
H GiMiwaernd'wrli" Fiwr Same sweater coats In Misses' sixes, 26 t jfr 4 B
GZlTr.e.a"a..H.0UT'Z Floor 34 in Removal Sale JL 95 M
fl Brass and Nlckleware 4th 'Floor EK'
WM Daylloht Bargain Squares. . .4th Floor
B Soda Fountain MaIn F'r $1 CMldrCIl I $2,50 WOUldl'S
B Departments DRESSES AT Sweater Coats I
Ceatly Enlarged Sizes - to 5. -rCl al afl Bl
H and Elegantly I combine MU W m M to" length HJT all VI H I Bi
Appointed : wZmmnr '!cv2klHttlf m
M Ev.rytb.ng will be new and modern 0' 9 V - ffi WllnLTV B
K Everything will be Bigger and Bet- latcan and p o c kcto. Rj
j ter at llnonea. plain or striped designs; Thcy'rn good looking, full r.f HH
H tuc MPWP AMD nnFiTFn most effectively trimmed. Just warmth and crvlc and at 51. IS H
H .rAV,N R P oC thcfl0 d'-essce. While they they're a dollar undcrprlcc. All H
WM AUERBACH STORE, last, 4Sc each. sizes from "i to (. H
wM Second floor take the elevator. Second floor take the elevator- HI
M STATE STREET 1 B
H "B m Hundreds olWomen' M t They're slightly polled from display-
DB rnnNPR dp . .t. fllWI btIt wn,lt of ,t a trip to the laundry MS
0 CORNtR OF t W i fl 1 il will make them as good as nexv. Ton HQ
1 BROADWAY Lingerie waists nuu -nj
R THE AUERBACH CORNER. Y alUeSlOffl. JU yi Second floor take the clevatot. jffi
profit. W W Armalronc. O'ftrRO S. Auerbach.
K O. Cantor. T B, Deattr. i". A. Dtuclil. J. D.
Uraj, Vv. Mnnt Terrj- Itov Elmer 1 (Ieiho,
r.eorpr D. Type.- W V !. M. II. Walkrr.
nirhanl W. Younc. ftclla I. Simon. DoroUij IC.
Whltloy. directors. Dr. Battr In named ai nr
I'lent; " tho Rrv. Elmnr I. Goaben, vli piosl
dent: M. H. Walfcer. irrisuror.
UnHc Sam Clrmtfr & M.nufacturlac eompaay
of Suit LCt Capital tocl JW.WO: sharo il
each. John II Woolf. incident, Krodtrlck Tur
nnr. tIco nfesldtat. ! v Tlioteson. erorttary and
treasurer; TV. M O'Brlea and II. A. Kolioa, ad
Dr. T. If. Conpcr. dentist, successor
lo (Dr. .T. W. Tiwin), 218 Ivcarns Bids
Was. 932. Prices reasonable; work
To Make- Measurements.
The county commissioners. Cfty Engi
neer D. II. Blossom u-ud members of the
engineering dcparrmmit, will today malte
a trip to Uta.li lako for the purpose of
Inspecting tho pumping plant and to mako
menHurenientfi of tho water In an effort
to finally scttlo on tho lotal flow, that
thore may bo no furUier trouble betwncn
tho several water companies interested
In the plant.
Inward and Outward.
The inward effects o humor. arc
worse tban tho outward. They weak
en. ;JI tho organs, inflame tho mucous
membrane, cause catarrhal troubles,
and endnnger the whole- system.
Hood's Sarsaparill.i eradicates nil
humors and cures .nil thoir effect?.
Tf? tho c;reat alteratiro nnd tonic
mcdioino whoso merit lia? been cvery
Accept no substitute.
Gray Hair Restore1
fk. "WALHUTTA HAIR STAIN"!
Pfc. n3tori Grsj. Streaked or
gSlu Bleached Hilr or MomHch
lntQntav&lr- filvTS anythadi
Irom Lljht Brvnn ! Bliiclu
IraSt D nl wnh or rvh mtU Con- .
atari lain no poUorta nd linot sticky '
, norsreasr- tjoM br U drarehU. '
er we will tnd ou a Trial Stic for 0., pojrpald,
Jarji lre (ellbl llmr.i aj much! 13c.,. if Tria- drUBtrljl
don't tell II fod dlrrv.t to in. Send tbc Tellov
wrapper from two bottle purtlid from h drvcirlst I
and we will cl-e rou a fuil-lt bottla tor nolhfoc.
WALNUTTA OO., ZZOS Clirh A., SO Lul, K.
for salo by Schramm Jolmson, Drugt,
lffEHMost of the men you H
meet wear a Velour, a K
WfWfjH Mallory Cravenette or II:
IM3uluSla Stetson. Most men m,
MgSyyig buy their hats at MuUeft-Kelly mt
li!il!lflf!0 ,r tecauB they carry the ones
liSjU mo fit worn; Thcrcror, when you
HPjjjpljjiB M oi ata think of Mulled- S:
IMlSgHHH Kelly, for they are always think- ' f
LSpLByHSpn in of how they can please you.
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419 A pair of gold filled, (5- ! '! j
r xjL year) Eyeglasses or spec-
yJjy rtr taclcs with lonscs com- vjj
$3.oo j l
Wf For Three Days j j
! Don't miss this opportunity. We have the most np-to- J, '
date optical store in the west equipped with tho latest rc- J
quiremcnts for a thorough examination of your eyes. ,
GLOBE OPTICAL CO. jf j
Successors to Daynes Optical Company. if
Ground floor, New Walker Bank Building. 1;'
U 11 East Second So. 0it)r '