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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORN I is G, JQ V IfM 13 f; R 5, 10 12. j5 H
rTranlc S. "Mnrrhy, Who Yesterday Colcbratcd the Twenty-first Annivcr
t , c.-ry of Her VcrtcUng.
t ' . v x . x. - Mmw- I
i.XD MRS. 'l. ?. Ml'IlITIV
clebr.itnl cvi-nln thi'lr
lYcnty-llrst wedding annher
try with a irlu". party
r thirty of their frlumls. 'flic
lionic on J-Vi-ontl avenue v.-a.s
the autumn Iooorailon.s of
id fruits. Throughout the rooms
tall jilnl: ohry:;anthenuimx and
, Thlle In UK! dining room jri oat
f gorgeous colored fruits wore
cd with mnlhic luirmoulxin; In
li the fnilLs used. Seven tables
were played, and pri.es were
llio winners In th game. The
ere -Mr. and Mrs. John A.
tr. and Mrs-. Joy 1 1. Johnson.
Mrs. J-'red 11. Sands. Mr. iuid
'. liynch. .Mr. slikI Mrs. Gmh'bo
', Mr. and Mrs. Krort A. Hale.
Mrs. Ocorge Slclncr, Mr. and
W. Armstrong, T)r. and Mrs
Ellcrbeclt. Dr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. .Tamos lngchrut
iil Mrs. F. F. .StauITer. Mr. ami
Pnrlcer and Mr. and Mrs. W.
dgo tea slvon yesterday after-
Unity hall by the members of
rtainnicnt committee of lh
Itrrary club wan a most suc
falr and was enjoyed by more
hundred guust.s. Fifty tables of
sre played and later 11 few
Inert the play era at tea, which
A from a Ions table beautifully
In yellow and green. A basket
wis illlod with the tall yellow
emums and tbo same llowera
1 as prices for the winners at
. The hull itself was made most
with numerous rugs nnrl dlvana
ellow flowers were used to dec
tipper Uoors as well as the din
. Mrs. E. U. Crltehlow. Mrs.
W, Watson and Mrs. 70. N.
ured tea and coffee and a mini
ling ph-la assisted. The entf.-r-commlttee
members arc Mrs. F.
tjQMfc. ,PPul: We sell the same kind
flHJ mat Uncle Sam buys.
DlrWf'ei sell all hinds of coal. It is
lr ? a question of which company
thy bm service.
gor your money back, j
jjjylM Your Eyeglasses
$1 Tgg COST OP THE REPAIR
iHSMvUt ? tE ,SFNS only.
hirmCAu . 8lxt)' '-
WW1 ' AF 5S8 A5
slOB OPTICAL CO.
''r&Sm IT,GSCrjND SOUTH,
Uljy!!? F'oor New Vakcr Bldn.
Ij. Parker, Mrs Irrod lloruun. Mr.. D.
W. I'helan, Mrs. Wesley Kimr. Mrs. Mur
phy. Mrs. R A. VtnccTil, Mrs. W. 71.
Dunn. Miss Janet Wllllams-on. Mrs. J. C.
Hooper, Mrs. Greenwood and Mrs. Phil
l-loiifonant and Mrs. Harry T. Jordan
entertained Sunday afternoon at a most
(1 filch t fill lea at their nuarters Iji Fort
Douglas, the affair bMnii especially In
honor of their nlei e. Miss Kllen Maury
of Norfolk, Vn., who Is to be their siicst
for some time. Onlv the officers and
Indies of the post were asked, and Mrs.
James A. Irons and Mrs. Frederick G.
Perkins assisted the hostess by pouring
tea and coffee, while a number of the
vounc pcoplo assisted In serving. Tho
affair was the first of a series of Sunday
afternoon "at homes" at which Lieuten
ant and Mrs. Jordan will receive their
f 1 lends.
Numerous theater parlies were slvcn
last, evoninpr at the Salt Lake theater for
the opening of "The Kiss Waltz," all tho
boxes being filled with parties of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Snow entertained
in one. stall, their guests being Mr. and
Mrs. I. Moody of Chicago, Mrs. Dursllla
Grant and Senator George Sutherland. A
supper at the Hotel Utah followed the
Colonel and Mrs. Perkins of Fort Doug
las look a. merry party of young people
to the ball game Saturday afternoon In
the big army tallyho nnd back to dinner
at their home in the evening. The
guests were the three girls who were
members of the house party at the
Perkins home, Miss Mary J,uman. Miss
Florence JTalloran and Miss Geneve Sav
age, and Miss Ellen Maury of Virginia,
Frederick Perkins and TJelitcnants Par
dee. L'nderwood, ISarly and JIarllc.
. H '.1
Miss Martha AVells and .Miss Louise
Lackland entertained a party of their
voung clrl friends yesterday afternoon
with a tea later down town, their guests
being the Misses Vivian Ellerbeck,
Claudia Green. Dorothy Jacobs. Martha
Martin. Alice Purefoy. Evelyn Tempest,
Doris Edmunds and Kuth Hirth.
Mrs. .Tamos IT. Brown arrived last week
from Hollywood, Cal.. and is here for a
month or so. She is at home at S'25 Lin
coln avenue. Harold Ross rSrown will be
hero shortly from the cast to spend some
time with his parents.
The Qulngcnta club will be enter
tained this afternoon by Mrs. A. A. Moul
ton at her home. tT Fifth East street.
Mrs. F. V.. Clark Is down from Logan
for a few days and Is a giicsl of Miss
Colburne at Rowland hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. JJall have re
turned from their wedding trip and will
shortly be settled at SIS East ."second
South street. ,
Mrs. If. D. Nlles is home once more
after a summer spent partly in the north
went and partly in Chicago. Hie and
Miss N'iles are at home at present at
Whitehall. s -
Airs 15. E. MoConaughy is back after
j-pVndi'ng some three months In inc east
t visiting her former home in cu Vod.
j and also the larju jnsjern cities.
1 Mrs. Arthur Triiclson and her small
Kuii arrived yeslerdav from Rrigham Uly
and will spend a week with Mr. and Mrs.
. T. C Crawford. 4 .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Darn will leave In
al-oui a week for New Voil; to spend
:onie time thcrc
A. M. Wrench left last pvoiiIiib for
Oallfonila to visit Ills son. Merrill, who Is
in srheol there w f ,
Mnii'i- Cooper Anderson and his daug
ller. Miss P.t.th Anderson- will leave today
fi- their homo Rt Olms-f.-ad, after a few
days In town. n
Mrs IJ T. Cannon, who ha been vlslt
lier mother In Omnhn. has couc on to
New York tor u stay of a few weeks
with friends theve.
Mt- F. G. Mors left Sundav mornlii?
for ('hh-ago. where she was railed by the
lllnchs of her moiher. aeeiiipany the
latter to her home In Xow ork.
Mr. and Mm. MIH011 E. Lljimnn en-j
torlalncd the molibr of their Kveiilns
ttriilye club lat night ut their home on
First avenue. . . ,
The Wasatch I.i.eraiv club will meet
llif lilieri'O'.'n at the home of Mrs. W- II.
I.eti)er. 1 I.R Ninth En street. Mr..
Ira n. Trnv'x will read a paper on South
Africa and Mlf. Forrester will take on
Current Events' u
T!ie tourist section of the fjIIw Lit-'
enirv club will iceet this moinlmr at the
club' house to continue the tudy of the
1i;iitt".u dihlrlm of southern rranvc.
Mir, i:. U. MUlor will present the tuple.
The rnltrd Daughter of the Confed-
TglES t1 i3
J - I H 1
j Jhe Butterfly Scarf j
! - This unusual little scarf shovvsJiow Ij
! designers are getting away from the old I 1
I ideas. It is made of the dainty Fleisher's I i
! Shetland Floss, with a deep border of soft,
!j exquisite colors. From the shoulders to !
the waist, the back hangs loose, giving
ample protection, while the long, narrow
. ends may be disposed of in a dozen charm-
ing ways. Every feature is new, and al-
most even woman will want one. Mail
" : the coupon below for complete directions.
8iIFleiQher'& Shetland FI03S is one of the s
the softest, prettiest, most durable yarns
made. Their fine qualities and great durability g
mean garments that will stand long, hard, Jf
constant wear. Always insist on the Flcislier
Yarns look for trademark on ever)'- skein.
KnltUnc "WoTiid gS Snperlor Ice Wool :
Drirndcn Snxony Shettnnd Zephyr I
Npanlab Womted . .-WrTTi'LJfyB Splrnl Yitrn -
.ShcInnd Kloim fLl VlSTSJVTirC rnmeln SIietlRnd
Grrmnutorrn Zephyr U .f -'AX kji & MB HJichlnud AVool
(1- find 8-f old) is) $tSCE2 Caotrrr tarn S
EKcrdo-rrn Wool ezjllMSr -nsor "Wool
c& Golf Yarn I
I A Mail Uv'o Coupon to S. B. & B. W. FLEISHER, Philadelphia 100
Aam' Cltv - j j
eracy will meet with Mrs .1. R Helchcr
In the Louise apartments Thursday even
ing at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heath celebrated
their sixteenth wedding anniversary Sat
urday evenlnp with a reception, at which
aomo thirty-six puests were entertained.
Cards and music were enjoyed, music
numbers being furnished by Miss Edna
Dunyon. Mrs, Krcd Fuller and Miss
Mrs. Edward S. Feri-y entertained a
dozen of her friends yesterday afternoon
at an informal tea at her home on Kast
South Temple street.
Mrs. Sarah McChrystal and her daugh
ter. Mrs. C. C. Tarsons. are home from
a slay of some months In the east and
Mrs. Paul Keyser leaves, the latter part
of the week for a vislfto her home In
The Seekers' Literary (dub will meet
this ufternoon with Mrs. T. J. Nipper at
her home, l'.'li East South Temple street.
Mr. and Mrs. Itoscoc 11. C'n3iinln? and
Miss Blanche Burke, who have been
spending the past fortnight in town,
leave today for New York.
t. i w
Miss Gwendolyn Cannon entertained
about thirty-live of her young friends at
a Halloween party at her homo Satur
day night. The children came in costume
and played games appropriate to the oc
casion, and later a buffet supper was
served. Decoration of white and laven
der chrysanthemums, corn tassels, pump
kin Jack-o'-lanteni3, black cats and i
witches were used. Prominent anions
the. manv strlklmr costumes were the
"Cloroncttec" of Virginia Wood ru(T. the
'Colonial Dame"' of Mildred Calderwood.
the "Fairy" of Uutho Bayer, the "In
dian'' of John Wells and the "Cook" of
Floyd Nlcls-on. whlbi tho hostess appeared
as "Kcd Uldiny Hood." Assisting were
Dr. Martha 11. Cannon and Mrs. U. S. :
Dr. A. .'. Cook lias moved his dun to 1 )
oflice to GL'l Konrns building.
Dr. E. II. Conner, dentist, successor
to (Pr. J. W. Ewm), 21S Ivcarns Bids.
Was. 032, Prices reasonable; work
Dr. T. C. Gibson, physician, and Dr.
I W. G. D. TorTclI, dentist, have moved
I their ofliccs to suito 01(1 Walker bank
Dr. Eli'abclh "Wij-mer, chiropodist,
treaty all ailments of t lie l'cct. 723
Mcfntvrc buildiiiir. GS raiu.
! DEfffiB 1 110 GRANDE
I BACK EAST EX6URSI0HS
Oct. llth. Limit Oct. 3ii:.
Oct. 12th. Limit Jan, S'.tt.
N'cv. 23rd. 25th, Limit Jan. 3 lit,
Dec. 21at, 23rd. Limit Feb. 2Eth. ;
Denver. Colorado Springs. 322. 3D j
Omaha. Kunsai City $40.00
San Francisco $40.03
Law rates to other eastern points on !
tame datce. ,
Gtopovsrj. Diverse routes.
I To all parts of the world.
L 801 Main St. FMione Wasatch 252 i.
You Are j
I Growing Stronger I
I Financially every day you are
savjnpr p.'ii't of your income. Do 1
B not delay making tho rilit start.
9 Open an account witli the Conti-
ncnlal National Hank and let
your money row at interest.
I 4 per Cent Interest Paid j
1 on Savings Accounts j
I Accounts of $1.00 and up 1
Q Continental National Bank
El Salt Lake City, Utah.
JPM H I I MP That I'i'.uio VfcJ J 11 k7k
I avJf Comploxion Powder S. S
Mr Ten-Jo n blusblnyr. rmlthral. hcaiittoaa
1 W complexion. Titliout BbowlnR porilr. .i
2 r Orcnea mumtalm Its del!(tntfal iieent nnd
C otavs on until you rjniovo it younKlf. Unllko Jf
X oilier iowdcro. Cirrac i.nfteaa and benouts f
. thu erJn Listead of injurlaic it. f
"(r limit rrt.itc. rui'i. nnu f
ciiu Ctcksu TnUtl SU6, W etntt, f
Carmen CoH Cream '
rouh skin Bcor.wluto ff
md ncn-itlcky. J'
1 Srsy Hair Eesfsrfl
I "WALHU7TA HAIR STAJK"
I Hps to res Gray. Sli-njVfcl or
I JVlVuferili Blcschrd Hair or Jtourlacho
g m lnfcUnlntoulr. (iivci any nhiriu
B'aMlWr' from tlahl Brown lo Blick.
yjSfw? Tii'l Do not rh or rub ol. Con
Ipy yrt Ulns 110 iubon and Unot nilcky
1 norRrrasy, Sold by all drucrcltls.
or we will nd tou a Trl.l Size for 20e., pottfvilil.
larRo jJxo (cltht llmr nr rourh) CCc. II your dpiccllt
don't iU II nd dlrri-t to us. Send Ihc jrllciv 1
trrappcr Trotn two botlk pnrchaiid (rvm a dniccijt
nrd wr will ctv you a (ull.je liolllc lor nothinv:.
WALNUTTA CO 2203 Cliirk Ao St. Loult, Ma.
1'or sals by bcliraiuui-JoUiieuu, Druffi,
iiiiiiiii infill 11 1 nun 1 1 1 mi mi iiiim m
I lspresintei ffer to tiie Salt. Lake Pufeiic I I
M Afier Yoh Have Made Purchases AmoMHtlsig to N H
1 $K0,eO9 We Will Give Away, WgTMOUT COST II H
I 8deaj for wO1 iet Orders in Early st H I
l Ciiristimas h Wish Photos I I
See Sample Wore H
m Our Main Floor JfV Appropriate S H
i ai the ft.EDALL.OM Booth 0 for OHRISTffl S Gi T8 H I
1 These igaistlfuS $SB 1 How te Seeurg aie ef Tfiege j I
Superior to any liano'vork ever done in their faithful nmu .ruzM.'!. , inwiiiim miiww imwwii 'iwibui Sg .H
?P recemblance to the original (for they are photographic K 'M
?0 reproductions) and are mounted on non-coiToalvo I M Fffsp f! ffiH 0 BJJ P3 SJf "TO ffa M M Iff '1
I metal, specially prepared. I FElKllHP3 8 llEfeoflI
I Six Different Styles to Choose From cst aci1Icvcment of tnc portr,lt artf wlth H
i porcolaln effect In exquisite natural colors. HI
WA jTJEjM. CAlOW V whcn you nmlco a PurcliaSo of 10i or more at any lc-
partmnt, aak the ile person for a medallion tlclfet Kj
J3jH3!S. Thl3 stJ'ln Produces with I xako this ticket, topcther vlth your sulos check, to R
This style has the hcautl- ,nar'eloils exactness ths ti,e Medallion Booth on our main floor. Here It v, III Rl
ful soft tono and 'doep flosh tlntE, color of hair D0 pundjed for the amount you have bought. When yo'i in
I'ffoct of a flno steel en- and eyes, as well as j,ve nm,ic purchaues to the amount of $10,000. UrlnK M JM
f!,SVl?ii.i2ro1.V?li.i.S thosc of lh0 C03lu"!c- your ticket, with tho photograph you wish to have rc- K
to perfection. These medallions arc i produced, to tho Medallion Booth. ou will recelvo thr fig
. ,,, ,,1,1-,-, I "Medallion In about four wcuks. Tour photo will bu r- km
SKPFA . , G turned at fno same time, unharmed. If you wKsh. you M
ijiJL x-jtb. I'orlralt Co., Chicago. III. ean l)U.. K framo. for tho Medallion at our third floor p. - gg
This Is the beautiful which is the strongest I turo department at v.-holosale cost, VJc to Jl.oO.
brown coor su much loviul nnc;:lhln crmu-nntop that a wK iBH
by tho old miistor-s hav- Poss,D10 Bunraiuce tii.tt w Tho var!oU3 stye8 0f thse hanriEome Medallions are H
iilfe'SrSur1 '- """!' I oyTn Million B. l m7 1 H
yA A new department for the j
VyfA High Art Shoe Store l
J Shoes for i
Jm Misses and
8 1 j I f Pffi3r Maintaining the same
-5ftaifiz r 1 lii orli standard as in t. 1
gQ selection of women's fc "
Just as much care and
'fyk attention will be givon j
the iittiiier of the children h
SHOES FOE WOMEN. " voursSf . B
r . I The lines are all the bo3t dressy
LClSy 10 S styles for the little niiss as well as tho a I
P' J todier loathers for school wear.
rin'1 a Lasts of the sort that allow the feet i
o -3 3 v. hsalthy development at the same i
tji time possessing style and appcara:ce.
rr 1 Prices as low as legitimate shoe sell- 3
&&St 1 ing will permit. S
Broadway H s.hocs for bab t00, W
The Tribune Gives Your Wants the Largest Circulation, j
For Fall Planting I H
Quality considered I 'M
cannot bo undersold in 1
Phono "Was. 1071 or 1072 jH
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3 274 SO. STATE ST.
SEEDSMEN, NURSERYMEN S jB
I AND FLOR15T5,
T?EST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD
tised for orer SIXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS r t
MOTHKl'.S or their CIIIJ.DUKN' Am 11. t:
TF.ETIIINO. with l'ERi'ECY KUCCSh.s. I
SOOTHIiS the CUI7-U. SOI'Yy.NS the GLM3.
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ia t'tc best tcmrAy for DIAKRHG-A. It is .it- IIBB
colutflv lrsnle5. Be urc zii a;t; for "Mrs.
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