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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1912. 19
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jJjKji,.?,, t f, me was all in win to
hWTHKHINIS HKLCIIEIJ ou-
J Tl5KcrtaiDC-j a Jartv of : lIf duju
Bjsut i" tH in;: t a 'iinwer in
rt)PcBt t0 ,cr nuphcMv, .Joliii J2.
"Kj,! his Iti.Ic (nee U'ber). who
I jKcntb l-.f-k from their wvdtling
Gav ilcooralioiiH sujjgmitivo of
'wditiL' were used. Mr. and Afrj.
.lEjH ooii ho settled in their own
.JSWacenient i. announced of
. lKbc! . Wcleh of this city ;md
''Edward C. fieatj of Corvallis
UimEb head of thn departmcut of
iKnalhematies in liio A trritMiltur.il
Wrol Oregon. Prof, ltculy is :i
ko fctanda Jicar the lop in the
M'hiBonal work of Orcjrou, and there
'i..my -warm friends bore who will
y B(in the happiness of his brido.
5'KJntcreslinc matrimonial item
r v. A' past week was ono whifh
, fWrom Xow Vork annoiiucinu tho
a..Mjjjjpg marriaco of. two of Salt
jIHf'j.KJrclT knowu voting people. Zdiss
tCf Abo Auerbaeh ami .foheph Kiegcl.
,u Who bride and bridegroom have j
'fcidontH of .Salt Lalco and Now!
Trjill their lives, but for tho jiaat
,tJ!Kir5 the ft. II. Auerbni'h family
rcil almost entirely in the east.
-Meel is the son of M. 1 1 nry
B'itJ'o now lives in New Vork,
brother of Harold 3iegcl of this
of tho surprises of tho past week
BriagG announcements was that
ilaiarriage of Miss Mnid St. ("lair.
'Kr of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. St.
rKnJ Frank K. Hoot, the miii of
LKP. Uool, whii1i took idaee last
nt noon at St. Paul's ehureh.
Kg hhorJ. honeymoon the youiij:
KriH make their home here.
KEliznbelh M. Brow n aunounees
jaccmoiit of her (laughter, Myr
aqwKctta, to lleniv Wilson I. a) inter,
LHrrlagn to take place Wednesday,
kM. A. Anderson announces tho
Kncnt of her daughter, Isabel,
ijBnarriage of Miss Norma .lainie
I CllaBj Kdpnr WorMicii look plaeo at
Bn Wcdncadav, and tho young
Kjrrre given a reception Tlmrs
AnftfCning at tho home of tho
'lUUM'iaothPr Mtf. James. TIipv will
heir homo here, and will soon
borac at 2o5 Kaat Seventh South
f)Q C'Krriajzo of the past weok. which
JU 'vitltpre.st to friends both here
mi AKpetivcr, was thai of Miss .lofr-o-vWcterson
of that city and F. AV.
, jbaberno ,T. Widtsoe entertained
OrW"119 t',ul yesterday afternoon
home on Capitol hill. A guess
tcst on ""Women of tho liiblo"
fl by Mrs. ,looph M. Merrill,
mo was beautilully decorated
ifj'santhcnmnis. white flowers
. f)fc4 in .'he liarlor, brony.o in tho
j pink i'Hho dining room.
lg Wr4 A. Halo, Jr., and her ?.mall
W bo here front Good Springs,
.j.W'd will remain oveV tho holiday
ay KMnJJalo will join his family
heron ( hmtmas time and thev will rc
ttiin early in tho year together.
Hc? 'II. P.tirijnlt leaves todnv for
Portland. Or., to visit her sister, Mr.
N. J. I-'ulop. Sho will bo abhout about
Mis M'ary P.oguc will be home from
Stunford early iu Dceombcr aud will rc- !
maiu till the opening of college in the
new year, when sho will return to com
jilolc her senior year.
Mrs. Robert II. Moutgomerv. who has
beou visiting with her parents. Mr. and
Mr.-.. Andrew Joynt, leaves Monday af
tcrnoou for Denver and tho cast
Mrs. Henry p. llender-on has re
turned after spending a Mimnicr in Hie
cabt. having Maited friends in Detroit.
Duluth. (Jhieago aurl Denver. She is
again at home at "o. i Virginia apart
lcnt.,. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles IT. Howell will
leave the latter part of thn week for
K'cedJv. .'al.. to make their home. Mrs.
IIowcll was .Miss lildtia Sands.
?dr. and Mrs. George IT. Rathnian and
Mrs. Singisor have given up their homo
on Third avenue and are at homo for
the prcscut.nl tho Hotel Utah.
Miss l.ueile Fran-'ke has returned af
ter a delightful visit of a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert JJicharda in
Captain "Robert W. Mparns has gone
east oo a lengthy visit, being on a two
months' leave of absence.
Mr. and Mrs. W, 1. Moody of Chicago
aro hero for a short time and aro at
the Hotel Utah.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Plummor will
shortly be at. homo to their friends at
the Keith apartments.
Miss Tsatherinc Ryan is back from a
trip through tho northwest, having spent
Konio time in Spokane visiting friend's.
Mrs. "William. Cleveland, formerly of
this city, is at. the Hotel Utah for a
stay of a few days, greeting her former
Mrs. Thomas Welch of Sacramento,
formerly M.ibs Mamie Murphy of this
city, left yesterday for her home after
spending some time hero. r
Mrs. L. B. Me Cornicle and Mrs. 0. J.
Salisbury returned yesterday from a
trip to "New Vork, having gone ou to
moot Mrs. Margaret V,. Salisbury on her
return from abroad. Mrs. Salisbury re
ma inn in Now York for ji time, together
with Mrs. "W. S. McCornick and Mrs.
Arthur H. S. Bird.
Miss Margaret Collins reached home
Friday after a delightful stay in Cali
fornia, where sho was o guest at the
ranch of Senator and Mrs. Thomas
Kearua near Santa Ttosa,
Miss Olivo Jones is hdme from ? Blay
of several mouths at Lyndlmrot, N. J.,
where sho was visiliug rclntivca.
Mrs. J, S. CJordon has Tnturned to her
homo in Ogdcn after a visit oC a fow
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Libby loft
yesterday for Chicago after a short vis
it of a. 'few days here with Mr. and
Mrs. John C. D, Clark, old-time friends
Mrs. M. ir. Kcrvin has taken apart
ments at tho Bransfqrd, where- sho is
now at home to her friends. Miss Hope
Kerviu will be homo during the week to
Mrs. Harratt 13. Wilkin and her little
son, who have "been visiting tho Cullcii
October 31, 1912.
-jtJjKCoD forming with a suggeslion made by i lie Telephone
jfcinittco of Uic Commercial Club, we aro making some
Tf (jiBpstions, uhich il. is hoped, will bring about a greater
of co-operation be! ween telephone users and the
as ecn lound from an analysis of tests that about
M errors arc made per day, due to parties calling wrong
Fllflff1 kL8 0ii f ihese errors are duo to "calling from
BP01"-'1" -S0lnc occur from parties calling from "rncmoran
SoOW notes," an old directory, etc. Always refer to the tcle
pe directory, unless you are sure you know the number,
will avoid numerous errors each day.
TfSMwMnics the operator misunderstands you; she repeats
Kvroug number, and unless you correct her another error
Bade. This occurs over 000 times per daw P013ASE
BWp THAT IN SALT LAKE CITY VB AKE DAILY
(SPLING OYEIv 150,000 CALLS.
Hfriie right number always involves a prolix, as AYasateh,
WWBhangc, Kyland, Murray or IWidvale, and sometimes a suf
us w "I,'' "J," or 4iM," all of which are tis im
Nut as any figure of the number. These should also bo
gMvn to lic operator distinctly by talking directly in front
mfMB',c transmitter with the lips not over (4) inches away,
MyThe switch hook is a very necessary and highly im
JWjKtUt part of your telephone. Always use it to recall the
yjJBpitor in case you obtain a wrong number, or desire a
roillgPfl connection. The careful working of this nook, by
IjKg it SLOWLY up and down for three or four times
jticccssion, will signal the operator by lighting a tiny
gH1,10 lamp. In case reply is not promptly made, repeat
pJK; operation at brief intervals.
vB-'.-ur 'U cxI)C,'ie,K'c a.v difficulty with your telephone.
. Mki) HJ3ilteh SS8 and explain trouble as much as possible in
-"B?' so wc can determine whether it is some portion of
MfflcchanicaL apparatus at fault, or due to' imperfect opcr-
' B-' foully it is absolutely necessary that we have your
Hpcooporation in giving good telephone service. If you
(15 Tft'ist our operating employees by following some, or
H ICS0 suggestions, you will greatly assist us in our
Jtt"0 l SiV a fil'St ClaSS' Sl"ule f sorviee
1HE mountain states telephone and
' ' .
family, left yestorday to join Mr. Wil
kin in southern Utah.
1 Mrs W. li. McGinnis 1ki retumol
I to her home in Ogdcn after spntidin
ome time with Mrs-, and Miw lritrer
i aid in the ('auuinr anrtiicuts.
' Mr. W. J I. 6lds aud Mits Wallace
letnc iomorrow for their home in Miu
no.ij"li, after a iit with Lieutennnt
aud Mrs. Wallace at Fort Jjonulas.
Mr. and Mrs. I). V. Uohlnus are here
from Nevada for the winter and are at
Iho Hotel Utah for the prejont.
Mrj.. mi j. Kitzporald is home aftor
a visit of three mouth- with friends iu
tho oast, mniolv iu Cbieajjo aad New
Mrs. Thoodore llotop aud her mnll
son are baek after a stay of acvcral
mouths iu the east.
, Mif3 Jessie Lewis has returned-to her
nonic after an ostcuded via! t iu the
i caj.t with rclativos.
Mrs. .N". T. Bakor of .Sioux ( ity. In.,
who has lccn pendini: the summer with
her daughter. Mr. II. B. Touker, hat
returned to her Iowa home.
Mr .aud Mr.- (ionrr- S. (.Jann'tt arc
at home at tho Braiihford aartment?.
The Halloween paitv civen for the
O. Ji. .S. hv Mrs. S. N. A. Downing
was enjoyeil In- about sircty of the
members of that order, tho worthv
?rand matron, .Mrs. Kunifo Uordou, coni
mt: tlown from Ogden in ordi-r to bo
present. Mubie was fumi.shcd bv Mad
ame .Sophie Brodbceh and her 'daugh
ters. Mias Clara Dalton wou much
praise for her .skill in fortuuo tclliuj!.
The Mispes Laura and Margaret Fehr
entertained almul tweutv of their
frionda at a Halloween party Wednes
day evening at their home' in Forest'
.Dale, The room.s were ga- with thy
usual Halloween decorations and games
of all Itinda appropriate to the time
were enjoyed by all. A delicious nip
The hoarding students of Westmin
ster college- entertained their young
friends and thy favultv at a merry
Jlallowccn party Thursday evening.
The hall was gay with Halloween deco
rations and the entertainment, consisted
of vaudeville stunts of a spooky nature,
cleverly executed by the students.
Ono of the many Halloween parlies
was given at the homo uf Mr. and Mr.".
H. 15. Gier., 10o7 Belmont avonue. in
honor of the adult Bible class of the
.First Methodist Sunday school. Tho
pretty home was decorated in red, yel
low and black, blade cats, bats and
jack-o "lanterns being in evidence
throughout the rooms. Ghosts v.-andercd
hero and there, making the scene wicrd.
Away up in the garret ias found a
graveyard with ghosts in biding. Mrs.
Harold Stearns had charge of tho
Miiaint programme, which consisted of
three piano selections and a. song, each
number written by Mtf. Stearns. Tho
song Tvaa sung by Jlarold and IMcn
.Steams. The fortune teller was there
in. tho person of Mrs. Stearns. Mrs.
S. M. iSloycr assisted tho hostess in
serving delicious refreshments.
f. s .
Mr. and Mrs. Will Shelmerdino en
tertained the members of the Friday
Night Twelve at a Five Hundred part v.
Tho .house decorations were iu Hallow
een suggestions. The pn.o was award
ed to Mrs. .1. Noyce. Those present
wero Mr. and Mrs. .1. Novec. Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Witzell. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. .1.
Donelson. Mr. and Mr?. A. J. Gcmmell,
Mrs. G. F. Kicks, Mrs. .1. I. Welshon,
Mrs. C. Grandall. Mrs. I'rank Horton
and Mrs. A. JI. Blalh.
A pleasant, liltlo parlv was given
Wednesday evening by Clyde and Fu
reuc Larson, when thirty uf their little
school friends Mere present. Halloween
games wore played and prices were won
by Until Archer and Clarenco Lubeck.
Miss Natherino Clinton entertained
sixteen of her friends Thursday even
ing at a Jlallowccn party at her homo,
'IS N street.
Gerald Thomas entertained forty
voung people Thursday evening at a
Halloween, parly in honor of the home
coming of M ss Olive -Tones.
Miss Gladys Wirkius was tho hos
test ou Tuesday evening at a.n informal
affair at her home to which a largo
number of her young friends were in
vited. Mrs. W. D. Gillolt will entert.-iin Ihv
Locomotive F.ngineers and their wive;
Thursday evening at eards at hor
home, 13-1 West Seventh South street.
A Halloween surprise partv for her
younger sister. Nita. was given Thurs
day jiight bv Miss Jiva Weber at her
homo, 1094 Wiudsor avenue. The hos
tess succeeded in spirit inq her sister
away from tho house earlv in the ovcu
ing. When she returned about 0 o'clock
bhe found a merry party of her friends
gathered to hold Halloween revel in
the "spooky" decorated rooms. Tho
evening was passed with music aud
dancing, supper following. Those
present were: Misses Nita Wober,
Gladys Harvey, Helen Green, Trccia
Crawford, Troiio 'Smith. Marian and
Margarot Mayson, Fva Wober, and
Philo C'hilds. George B. Gudgcll. Frank
rcAtiliffc, George Flash in an, William
Treloro, Archibald Wallace, Arthur
UufTer aud H. E. MacPhcrson.
Mrs. August Uudino entertained at
a Halloween party Tuesday at her homo
ou Sixth East, street. The dining room
was beautiful in Halloween effects and
yellow chrysanthemums. About forty
friends enjoyed the afternoon.
The young girls who compoao the
club Uautocum held a Halloween party
Thursday evening at the V. W. C. A.
rooms in the Coutincntal Bank build
ing, at which about fortv girls were
entertained. The usual .Halloween
games were played and tho usual Hal
loween refreshments served. A feature
of the evening was n witches' dance,
which was particularly well done by
Miss Grace Kogors. Miis Lena ll'aucr
mid Miss Mabel Hill.
The Souvenir Gard club met last
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. J.
Wilson at her home. Four tables of
sixty-three were played aud prizes wero
won by Mrs. .T. Terry and Mrs. E. Uob
crts. Tho next meeting will be hold in
two weeks with Mrs. S. Ericksou at
1)43 South State street.
Misses Graco and Lois Parke enter
tained at a delightful dinner Sunday
for Vera Petersen, in honor of her
A surprise was tendered Mrs. W. H.
Walker of Waterloo at the homo of
Mrs. S. Angell. 373 Gtirtls street, on
Wednesday afternoon. The rooms were
decorated "and tables were beautifully
spread with refreshments, A large
number of friends and old time ac
quaintances wore present to show their
appreciation or M. Walker, who ha?
been a resident of Salt Lake for many
yeara. and is about to leave for Lois
A Hallowoeu partv was given Wed
nesday evening by Mr.Vand Mr?. J. L.
.May at their residency. aMintcd by
their daughter. Enid, and Mr. J. Hal
Moore, in honor of their ion. deau L.
My. who Ieue- shortly fot Chicago
and New Vork to vint before assuming
his duties xl Wanhington. 1). O, The
house was beautifully decorated in
roci .tud chrysanthemum;. Fortune;
telling, Halloween games and duuVLpg
were cn,jo3-ed bv thirty gucats.
Mises Florence and Amy Phillips
entertained it Halloween and birth
day party, iu honor of Miai Amy Phil-
lips, on Tuesday evening. October 2l,
assisted by Mi-s Delia Burt. Mrs. F. S.
Harp-ter and Mrs. .1, .1. Phillips. The
decorations wore carried out in the
spirit of the Halloween season. Fes
toons of hlark and orange eropc paper
were used in decoratiug the rooms.
About twcnty-tive guests enjoyed the
evening. A Halloween supper as
served later in the evening. I
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. TJeekett plca--autly I
eotertaiued a few of their friends at
cards last Mondav evening, the occa
sion being the anniversary of their wed-j
ding day. The parlors wero bright with
pink roses. The tallies, favors and ro- j
fresh incuts, which wero served from
the card tables, also being carried out
io the pink rose idea. Prizes of the
evening were won bv Miss Evelyn
Booth, Mrs. W. I;. Clark, Carl Orlob
aud Jim Suarr.
Mr, George Houghton entertained
at. a card party Fridav evening at. her
home and again ye.terday afternoon at
h similar event." Sixtooii guests were
present at rah. affair aud the hostcsa
was assisted by Mrs. E. J. Shields aud
Mrs. C. A. Shepherd.
The Misses Ethel ('aruey and Agnes
Wilson entertained the members of tho
(i. V. l. club and friends at a Hallow
een party Thursday evening. The rooms
wero decorated with jellow and black
Salt Lake City People Give Credit
Whero Credit Is Due.
People of Salt Lako City who suffor
with weak kidneys and bad backs
want a kidney remedy that can bo de
pended upon. Doan's Kidney Pills is
a medicine for tho kidneys only, and
one that is backed by willing testimony
of Salt Lake City people. Hero's a
Mrs. M. J. Steven?, 1217 West
Third South street.. Salt Lake City,
Utah, says:' "For thirty years 1 suf
fered from 'kidney complaint, aud
there wero times when I. thought I
would bo unable. to endure tho suffer
ing longer. My back ached almost
constantly and .1 had. such sovcro head
aches and dizzy spells that I was
often unablo to attend to my house
work. The kidney scerctious wero un
natural aud plainly showed thaL my
trouble aroso from my kidneys. Doan 's
Kidney Pills, procured at Schramm
Johnoon'a drug store, went directly
to tho cause of tho oomplaiut and ro-V
liovc-d me. My ad.vico to other per
sons afflicted in a similar way is to
pivo this remedy a trial."
For sale at Sehramm-Johuson's drug
store, Salt, Lako '.'it)", Utah, and by
all dealers. Price SOe. J-Vstor Milburn
Co., Buffalo, New York, nolo agents for
the United States.
"Remember tho nariie Doan s and
Like no other. (Advertisement)
colors, and tho ccater of tb table was I
adorned with a large juck-oHanf em. !
I'latjy cards were small blaek caw. Five
tables of card were played, prize bo
ing won bv Frod Farnow, Hay Ells
morc, May" Miller and Mre. S. A.. Sc
s ' I
Mi.v; Eatbcr Carbis and Mis- Carol
Uorsfall entertained eleven of their
friend, at a Halloween party at .the
home of the former Thursday" evening.
Those profceut wero Mildred Forbes,
Phyllis Goulct. Mamie .lacobson, Clariso
Goulet. Leona Goulut. JJorotbv Forbes,
Leona Grenhalgh, Marie Woodruff.
Mary Barney. Allen Carols and Jack
Mis Agocs Avon rutcrlainod four
teen of bcr young friends Friday oven
inr at a Hallowoco party at her home
on East First South, her mother. Mrs.
II. B. 1 Aven, and Mrs. Joseph Young
Miss Marie Hamlin and Misr Vivian
Pace entertained at a Halloween party
last Wednesday evening at tho home,
of Mrs. C. E. Tace. 3L'0 Wall street.
Tho decorations wero in yellow and
black, grotesque faced pumpkins being
much in evidence, while cornstalks
were used to advantage iu furnishing
co;:v corner ami wall decorations, ci
der was served from tho keg. and the
supper was served in pumpkins. Tho
usual Halloween gamci were enjoyed.
Fancy costumes wero much in evidence.
About eighty guests were present.
Last Monday evening Mias Tda, Giles
entertained a. number of her friends in
houor of Alma Spencer, who left Wed
nesday for Germany. Tho house was
bright with chrysanthemums and car
nations. Tho ovening was spent in
mosic and games with prizes awarded
tho winners. About thirty-six enjoyed
tho eveuiug. Mr. Spencer has been
the guest of honor at many social af
fairs prior to his departure" for a mis
sion. "Robert N. Wilson was successfully
surprised Thursday .ovouing at his
home, 321 Third avenuo, when about
forty of his fricnd3 gathered to cele
brate his thirtieth birthday. The
evening w3s spent iD games and music,
numbers boing rendered by Mrs. Ruth
Wilson Halsett, Prof. IT. E. Giles. :.
J. Thomas, Jr.. and Caleb M. Mar
riott. Tho affair was managed by
Mrs. N. Williams and Mrs. E, A. Wil-son.
Your evening at homo requires a
Bath "Robo or , House Jacket. Gardner
& Adajns Co.. Kcarns building, havo
tho largest and most complete assort
ment a.t inodcrato prices of any store
in Utah. (Advertisement)
Dr. E. IT. Conger, dentist, successor
to (Dr. J. W. Ewin), 213 Kearns Bide.
Was. 932. Pricc3 reasonable; work
High-Bra de Furniture,
Office and Store Fixtures
Lot Us Figure
SALT LAKE CABINET
& FIXTURE m.
27 RICHARDS STREET.
Phone Wasatch 3210.
I 7 1
I fefe- -Succeeds
A change of name and noth
I We think the new emblem of jH
quality just a little more ar-
tistic than the old one, but we iH
Ivill be satisfied indeed if,
when the new name has ac- ;H
quired the age of the old one H
(24 years) it will have had as H
little for which to be ashamed H
and as much of vhich to be H
!We are proud of our institu- I S
tion and our reputation, and I H
our patrons give us reason for fl
such conceit H
We would like all those who S
enjoy looking at very artistic H
foreign glassware to see, this fl
week, our latest importation of 1 fl
gold-encrusted crystal vases, 1 19
dishes and bowls. The line is 1 H
different from any shown in I IB
Utah before at the price. I H
Phone 65 for the correct time. jjH
VV.-C C"T- S jH
National Bank of the Republic
A tboroushly modern -avtng:i depart
ment conducted In connection with this
bank. Safo depoult boxes for rent. U. S
Frank Knox, president: James A, Mur
rayf vice president; W. F. Earls, cashier;
E. A. Culbertson, assistant c.-jchlsr.
Capital paid In. J300.000. Interest paid
on tlmo deposits.
Vt Woi : SCOURS : H
I One of the Settees ' ' :.. - l
Full 30 inches lonir, with spring l
sent, removable cushion, iiphol- Our new fall stock of handcraft furni- "c top is J-ixJS oi solid quar- H
stored in Cycar guaranteed . , i r j i Z , ' ,Caulliul,-V1 in?lfc(l H
leather. All solid oak frame ture m the ever popular fumed Oak IS now with large drawer and shelves. jjH
p'. , " Copper trimmed Prii-ed at
inviting you. tB
Our entire first floor has been given I
I-rg. over to the display of davenports, library feffllf',M $ 1
tables, chairs, rockers, bookcases, maga- ' SJ
bJ zine racks, tabourettes, smoking stands, J l
il Vl J il li lamps, desks, etc, in fact, everything used H llitlkSffl(iIif ' 11
1 1 in fivi"g room' f ,?ry 7. den; All3grades 1 I
mlWM j ve en careu"y adjusted, and every fTh 1
JjY price is an unfailing indication of true
jjj value. The selection is good and un- A hand-made rocta with 5-
i t . , vear guaranteed leather seat and
A convenient roomy desk, with UL- ; , , ,, , .
i , . . broken. back, coin ortuble aud strong
large drawer. An especially " . .
attractive design. Priced at Priced at
$11.50 COME EABLYiZ $29.00
DINWOOPEY'S 3-M3WeSlfiKiSalt; I