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f THB SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. 1 It
mmfImoi Los Angeles, Charming Young Visitor. Who Will Be
Jft f Honor Toclay at a Tea G iven by Mrs. George Francis Stichl.
f'cllMlaftlo meeting of SI
QtfjBlirt'i Clarity association w;i
LwK ctcrJay morning at the
JjKut Utah in preparation for the
.Mr' c,ijriti' h(dl to 1)0 sve"
JjjKiiwo on November 1 1- Tins
'fa' papar.it Ion for the event.
Mfeb the appointing of tho geu
vBrtiu committee ami tho reeon
"iBtfjtf. The executive committee
fMinir. S. K. Collnday. Mrs.
: Jff3Uhon, Mis. A. J. Gorliiiin
ViKr. W. Francis. Tho reception
-Ufn ttl (mnl&t of Mrs. John A.
kSS( rresldrnt. 2rtrs. Morris Jv.
fi'Wfc V. Morituguo Ferry. .Mrs.
"nlR!. Mr?; Stlinpsoii, Mr: F.
HHrLW. F. Adams, 3Uhs .Tunc
jfc Ediviii Kimball and Mrs.
i rjlron?. Decorating will be
Mi committee of whlcli Alra
m ! tlm chairman, llic others
lA. L, Hoppitugh. Mrs. J-' S.
H Mrs. Paul Kcvscr. Mrs
. "Mice end Mrs. O. W. Powers
Jjt of tlio punch and a corps
pa Till flpslat them. Douglas
J3 nd tho floor committee
fTm; men will assist him,
IPDHll will lutve- chariot of
iwrifiB ball, which are going
ltd bclncr issued Tor what
gMono of tho most notable
Joints of the season among
SI' ? a!"' t,lc,r blonds, the
tjb?J?,TFn l,y tluj 1,0i' co,,i
1$. ' up aa on Friday. No
tS be tho first largo
J tnder tlio direction of Llie
nop committee rind llic
jggIn Petty. R promising
KfcSJ'!!1 ?th Infantry will
E sfc ani. the director, Senor
liB st (3a"ue musl,;
vTBffttr S'M 11,0 '0lc5S yos
JMAS Wft aWolcd Iunch
dgKr the nicinbei-H or tho
flWffl., w th flve tables of
'jMMIowliig. Tho guests
wri! sealed at five small tables, one.
table of guests, licsldc.s tho club mem
ber being entertained. The guests wore
Mrs. Orrlc k. Mrs. (,'. V. Uwrj, Mrs. M.
It. Kervin and Mm Aliiwr l.uniiiii. while
Airs. J. .1 liionpluill was tlio substitute
fur Mih. Frank Knox. Tlio whole pla-c
was decorated with t !aIifornIiL violets,
caeii small table belli? adorned with the
flowM-s. At I ho close of Llic ganio prizes
The officers and ladles of tho post en
Joyed a delightful "smoker" the officers
smoking iiinl Indies playing bridge on
election night, the affair having been ar
ranged by t'aptaln .lames M. Polly in
order to gut. the eloellnn returns together.
The offleers' dub way rilled with the
merry company all evening and a snipper
appropriate to the occasion was served
at a late hour. A nutr.ber of Ulu carrlsou
people who had com" down To tho thea
ters returned in time to join tho eompany
at. supper. It is the intention ot tne en
tertainment committee lo have a similar
affair about onco cacli monllu
An enjoyable affair of last vonlng waa
the dinner siven a.t tho hirst Methodist
church In honor of Dr. and Mrs. IT. J.
Talbot and tho Itcv. and ilrp. Francla
1"!. Short by the ladies of tho official
lttjard of the church. Other honored
quests who were present wore Mr. ami
Airs. C asster, Mr. and Mrs. George Itelf,
Sr., Mr. and MrH. Kibby, Mlssi Lancy,
Miss Uurlou WatHon and otlicrs. The
rooms were beautiful with the autumn
flowers, and the dlnnor was inanapcd by
MrK4 Xowell Itcemaii, M"rs. Tu. H. Jacobs
and Mrs. J. It. Bowdic.
The nioetinK1 of the officers and direc
tors of the stalo federation, held yester
day, was particularly well attended, hav
ing sixteen out of a possible twonly-ono
members present. Among those from out
of town were Mrs. J. V. Alrd. or j'rovo:
Mrs. S. S Smitli, of Ocrtlcn: Mrs. Wynn
I... I-Mdy. of Rrl?ha.m City; Mrs. Johnson,
of SpriiiKville: Mrs. Moshih lOvans. of Oar
land, and Mrs. A. D. Sutton, of Xcphl.
A party of her Salt T.ake fi-iends a.r
'ranced a delightful surpriso for Miss
TCmmn lucy Gates Tuesday evening at
the homo of her parents. It was tho first
arfair of a social nature which Miss Gates
has bcon able lo attend in several months.
Several 1eautlful musical numbers wore
;ilvon by Miss Komanla Hyde, and Miss
Healthy Baby Is
To make it healthy and keep it! s rr7N?.
healthy use a reliable jfrb" '
arc and the most rncnenfcatteu-1 BPfeiife,v
'"tipation and hilipcst.lon have ' P
bes thii 1)7e(1S IrT1 J'' 'uy
very highly i r.conirncDil'ed by 'a.0 areat ,t . -v
raauy lnoihors. The remcdv is railed X:"?-s; ' -i?S.
Dr Cahlvolls Syrup Pcpsfn and has faM- -Vfe-'ViX
been on the market for two cencra- ?!' . ''BvA
tious. Jt can bo boujrbt eouvcnicntlv Wk&sAv.' . '; '
at anv ilnijz store for fifly cents .;:,V '
one dollar a bottle, and lbo?e who arp ''':&&V&' '
already coin inocd of ils merits buv thn WU&$i '-iy' ?.''': : . U 1
dollar size. . " - p ' ' 'i '2
Jr.s mildness makes it the ideal nicdi- W'M&J'' " 'tCt.ZiN&X?! :.l
inc for children, and if i? nls0 vrv t .wi3-ui-4..l.-..;j.Vi..'-;.vi.-.u-w
pleasunt to thp. last p. n does not hide
behind the name 0f a fruit or a vecc- OIARTJNOE OAERO.LL HEAD.
SwiiMirri! sonninoly hnrmlpss. Pepsin ha.vo learned to avoi,l cathar-
11 1 i1,0 ,of ,l ls required and its fro- tics. will, waters, pills and. other haroh
Ufc.,,0rs uot causf il lo lose its romeTjins. j'or thev d0 "but temporary
..iw'rnn.J.0 caso WJt so ma,I'V K00'1 aro :t sI,ock to aDy delieato
fin ror"PCIIC3' s-vsfem.
Jhouaands can testify lo its morits IC no member of your family baa
in constipation, indigestion, bilious- overused Svriip Pepsin and you vould
imsa, kick headache. etc.. anions like to make a personal trial of it bo
hem reliable people like MY. D. f. fore buying it in the regular v.-ay of a
w .! m-r- I'0?'1 "r,lc Co- FL tlruggiat, sou. I -vour address a postal
Worth, lex., father of Clarence 'ar- will do to Or'. W. B. Caldwell, -Un
roll Head, and Mrs. M. F,. Harnian. Washington .St., Monticcllo, 111., and
linond, S 1). Thr-y keep it c0n- a free sample bottlo will ho mailed
stnnllv m the house, for cvprA- mem- you. Results are always jniarantced
tier of the family can use it from in- or money will bo refunded. (Ad crlise
fancy lo old ago. The users of Syrup inent.)
Gates herself was heard in two simple
Tlio ladles of Fort Douglas will receive
Intormally this afternoon at their homes,
according to their established custom of
reserving the first Thursday In eavh
lnonlli for their regular at hoiiie dav.
Mrs. G. K. 7-oekliart will be the hoefpsn
Ibis' afternoon at the first of two bridge
teas to be given at her homo Jn Fedora I
Heights, the :;ccond lo bo Saturdav after
noon. Mrs. George Francis Stichl will enter
tain lids afternoon at a la at hor hoine,
21 Douglas avenue, to meet hr house
ctiest, Miss Alleen Phillips of Ixis An
geles. Captain Charles W HJxtoii and his bride
landed in New Vorlc October 28. having
come over on the Cincinnati. They will
visit in (lie east for a timn before' com
ing on to Fort Douglcu.
Mr. and Mrc.K, II. Sclbach leave 1o
nlght for the iwirtlmcst to vlolt in Port
land. They will go by water to San Fran
eiMeo and l.os Aiigele.w. Miss iOthel Scl
bach will bo In Rowland Hall during their
M'rs. M. 'H. Kervin will entertain to
day with a luncheon, at the Hotel Utah
for a number if her friends, the affair
being In honor of M.rs. Thomaa Kcarns.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Spinner will enter
tain a party of a dozen friends at cards
Saturday evening In compliment to their
niece, Mrs. George Savage of Green Tllvcr,
Wyo., who is their guest.
Mrs. C. A. Slain is back from a. de
lightful visit with Judge and Mrs. John
S. Cooper in Nophl. Mis Jennie Lund
burg is here from' Logan to spend the
winter with Mrs. Stain.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Collegiate Institute club will be held to
morrow evening with Miss Gooririnii
Robertson at her home, 72C Fifth ICaat
street, at 7:15.
Mrs. George "W. Reed 'is in 'San Fran
cisco, for a Khort. stay and is visiting
friends there. .
Mrs. George Ruckle is expected home
shortly from a visit with relatives in
New York, where she has been for sonic
Mrs. C. R. Poarsall will entertain at
an informal bridge party at her home
next Tuesday afternoon-
The J, G. club will be entertained this
afternoon by Miss Anita Tinnns at her
Tlie Initial club will be entertained this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. C F.
McDonald. The next meeting will be
with Mrs. A. J. Wilson, December 13.
I BAKING POWDER
E pure, healthful. Cream
M of Tartar Baking Powder :
Jt When buying an article of food you are
hB entitled to know exactly what you are buy-
JBj, , ingits quality and ingredients. k T
If this information is refused don't buy it.
JK Some of the low grade baking powders :
-jll are advertised, but the ingredients of the ' j- ?;
Bf Powders are scrupulously concealed.
A housekeeper would not use a baking r-
powder containing alum if she knew it.
rfm It is well when buying to examine the .
2jB !abel on the can. Unless it shows the
tim ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it. j
m Dr. Price's baking powder is absolutely
free from alum. v
Woman Says She Purchased
Lois Under Misrepresenta
tion; Wants Money Back.
In a suit lo recover $S2." for alleged
breach of contract, filed -In the Third dis
trict court yesterday, Jvntc Rooncy
charges the Utah Land it Homo com parti'
and its officers with having made fraud
ulent representation to her in order to
sell her two lols in Mountain View addi
tion. She seeks to recover tlio price of
the lots, ?liif) cxomplary damages and ?10U
According to the complaint. Mrs.
Tvooney purchased two lots with the un
derstanding that she was to participate
in the drawing for a house and lot and
with tho furtlier understanding that the
addition was situated close, to a stroot
car line and was a health foil spot for
habitation. Sho alleges that upon com
ing to Salt Lako to mafco her homo on
the lots sho had purchani.'d sho found
them three mllen from a car line and in
a region of swamp and alkali. She also
charges that the housn that was to have
been won by the lucky "draw" wis a
Put a porus plaster on tho chest and
take a good cough syrup internally if
you would ircat a severe, caao of'soro
lungs proporly. Get the dollar aizo
Ballard's Ilorehound Syrup. With each
bottlo there is a free .Ilcrrick's "Red
Pepper Porus Plaster for tlio chest
Sold by Schramm-Joltnson, Drugs, C
Dr. E. jr. Conger, dentist, successor
to (Dr. J. W. Ewin), 21S Koarns Bldg,
Was. 932. Prices reasonable; work
Dr. A. R, Cook has moved his dental
office to G21 Koarns building.
Salt Lalce Statistics
IMTcIn Bullirivortli. Xo. 1 Dourer court, be.
Wtlllmn Wnlford. llSS South Fourth Kist, hoy
J.-irnts T. .7a$xon. 192 South Twcirth Knit, hoy
Vilrlucl Skaulcr, 153 i:et Eleventh South, hoy.
November .1. 1SIC Walter Abolt, U. D. S. ho,
pitnl, yearn. hnrt (allure.
N'ovcmbor 5. Ji: John Alvlu Walker. U D. S.
hospltnl, !? ycarfl. lyplioM fever.
John C. IluniniL'l nnd Uulh A. CnaiT, S.ilt Lj);o.
Lorcnso lladley nl Mrs. Mary J, Tracy, Oc
Oen. Archio STvenseu iul Ida Murrl. SU Anthony,
.lo'na S. Smith itnd Mclvlnu Tcv. Salt UV.
Kobcrt A. nalrd nd Verno Adam. Salt LaVt.
Heal Estate Transfers.
W. U. McCrtney nd wlfo to M.i Wolch.
lotn 55 nil') Ei, block 2, ITo1Ipk Vlcn1
Kimball & Rlclierds to V. U. Ttomr. loll
P3 and ". Gtcsiwond '. . 150
T. C. Crnnford nnd wife to W G. Tulttf,
lots 15 and ?. bloclr 1. North Watnrloo. ;.0J
Charles MrW-i And w I f.- to J. K. Carlson,
proporty in niiiRham MO
Smli C Mlllor to .Mry A. I.ambcit, part
Kcctlnn ."5, ton-nxhlp 2 south, miicc !
rat , oil
Sarati f. littler to .f. M. Knov, part sec
tion 2G. townKhlp " snutti. rnngo 1 went 50
lleiliy Z. rir.ill to Peter M. Rourk. part
lot 3, Work- St. plat l.IJO
Amrlla, J. Tlney Taylor to Lehl N". Tin
Key, part lot. II. liloel; 55. plat A 1
Klmb&ll k. RIchArd Co. to .lull A. Uallcn.
loin 61 Kinl ii. GlenuocJ ubdtvirton (SO
Granite lav. Co, tn Thom W. I'cudcr.
part lot 10. I.alrdV lubdlvUloo Z.K0
C. D, llarilliit; and wife, to liana C. t.aur
icn, purl lot 6, block 21. plat i: J. 00)
Hyrum .1. Jensen nitil vlfo tu lUiuilnbM
llanK'n. cart lo' CP, all lot :!. block 1.
l'orcst Dole, plat A 375
PURE FOOD BUREAU !
WILL MEET TODAY
The slate pure food bureau will meet
this afternoon with officials oi mc city
administration In Kood and TJalry Com
missioner Wlllard Hansen's office in the
Dooly bulldlntr. The obleet of the con
ference will be a discussion of tho pres
ent pure food lawn and a consideration of
proposed logiyliiiioti on tlio HUbject.
ConiniinElonor llnnnen declares the
I present lawn are inatloquute nnd that the
miliary dlHtilbutlon of food Bluffs can
be enforced with decided bcnefit.i to the
public if remcdlnl Imwh arc enacted.
FROM THE HOSPITAL
l.oroy J. Tidwell, the special depute
who ns shot in tin- rlRht arm and b-ft
breaBt in tlio atta k made by slriltoM 1
noon the 1 lilted Stales mine worlceis .it
Ulnbnni, I is been dlsi hinged from the'
horplt.il and l"i .apldlv ne.iriir; tomplctc'
fi HereT8 Extraordinary Economy News for Thursday Shoppers. B '
m I,,Ban ur Greatly Enlarged erget Section I
i Cai 2nd FtoQg AM UNUSUAL PURCHASE OF 1,000 H
SPECAL 8SCQ I j
Conditions of our purchase proliiibt incrttion of " v Vnli. ' '
tho maker '3 name if. vro advertibed it those ftjPtj R-u if It Ul tHUk. V l
Be corsets Avouldn't- last until noon. They're tho season's latest models for EES j il 1 y H ;i
r3j slender and medium Iignre5, Exceptionally well mado. of whito coulil with EBL S i ' taitfiv IB '
SB hose supporters attached havo 5-hook front clasp hook at bottom of front Wjffjfj 1 p t UvWfltaX SI , i
tieel and draw string at bust. Trimmed wil h dainty laces and embroideries, f mOKi ! I! I I WwSSf1 1 flH 5!
Tho entire purchase of 1000 corsets all extraordinary S5c values will bo SB i 1 u&SjW 1
jfl offeroil todav at the unheard of low prico of -Uc each. All. sizes. fU ,' 1 Ht T5$l 99
III 3B00ND FLOOR. ; W&F H
Splendidly Gompleto Sliovrlng of Newest Modols in. K 1 j I I 1 WSffffi H
M Henderson Lace Front Corsets $3.50 to $7.50 WmW m
M fRoyalisten Corsets $6,00 to $12,50 ill W 1
W G. D. Corsets at $1.00, $2.00 to $4.00 I f 1
j C. B. Corsets l:jLJLL: W.QQj.o B '
1 -TQDAY h Bewiy j n?aVS 1
i SSiiil I I Oemst ration I
I HBfr 1 1 ' 1 " 1 ! Special Sale 1
1(5? il colorings. " Xo two bats itJll:i in tlie
Jf entiro showing. All aro uiost cleverly H f
fnV feathers tn tho smartest 'combination of- B "" " """"'"'"s 1
lkl tflVajS fects. As wo purchased--you may buy B 9 1 A A MTFFr Hi
MfflS' Today at a very declslvo aavlng. - I VjUArCAlM B XXX) )Q1 ?'
iwtK2luB!w Values to $8.50 all at the ono spoclal I kH Is
SjpW ' Irico ?3.S9. SECOND FLOOR I J 0 1 1 g M
Toclay An Exceptional Offer of . .. , , , ' .. , M Si.
. . Strictly odorless and are easllj laun- 3 il
Ioretl. All styles. Including a special raj fj
jbT1 T" n ' " a iV" i u i j5 1 ' "i!1 ' p V
M In flnnnelelte and fleece lined materials Including shirr- jbbj. rpm ttJpSJi' lr EmLff mT!. IweL W ''
cd back, belted and Empire- styles All beautiful new SU5 aEBW KJ EaHSP p
designs In Persian and floral effects satin trimmed m-mm faj J
1 A st,nins y sp;clal at secono ruoon i Bulbs assd Plants I
H $2.50 Long Ksmonos 85c Sbri Etiroiios ; Ar pr.ces that will I
W , , i . , , . , ! INTEREST YOU UC i
mff Of boavy nuiinel- v3 fjffeil1 In faat colored percales k f,
jSH elU'. al.tmcllvcly tP"! Jlj with pepluni also ln"ffltfft Main Floor Near the Elevator KQ l '
Eg satin Irliumed. g ffmM flanneletto with shirred nSI REJ "
Mj Many with silk WlR back and bolted irrcvts.VVV Orders for floral designs and house M j.'
m corded neck and ' All the wanted colorings. ' decorations will receive the prompt at- Ml f:
Sfcl slurred liuiildcr clYeel. Ihc regu- Goc values today at Mc trillion of a specialist.. Your satl- IH hfl
g iar ?J 50 port -todayULS.KLooR SECOND FLOOR J faction our pleasure. $
H Graniteware, Kitchenware, China and I Light Lunches at Our Fountain. Every- 9 ji
Glassware Immense New Assortments I thing Home Made. Delicious Coffee, B jj
g at Special Prices. fourth floor j Served Piping Hot, 5c. MAIN FLOOr H I;
Guaranteed to reduce hips and
abdomen one to five inches, effect
ing the requisite fashionable lines.
Elastine Gores relieve all
strain, rendering the corset excep
tionally comfortable. (.etcut)
No. 784 for short, tout figures, low bunt; routll
and batiste. No. 7S0 tor tall, wcli-dcvclopcd
figitrcs:raliumbust:coutiLJ.' - No.TW.mcdium
hust. imported coutil, Z-L,--. No. 755, low bust,
imported coutU. I . j
W. B. NUFORM CORSETTS provide fjililonnblc ficurc-lincs. gracefully modeled
bust and properly subdued hips. Superior quality, coutil und batiste, daintily tt tnuncd.
Guaranteed not lo runt, tear or breaJ;. Price, 51.09 up.
"k W,m writ ndds form attractiveness to sheer, luer waists, nnd
rW. H keeps r.nug-flttine waists innocent of wrinkles. Heinz
jFT-ttlST ir'adc and fl,ted ovcr W- H Corsets, airy tho V, ft.
tatCD ccic-dc Corsot-Style. Porni-creatlng and perfect Fit. 50c, 7Sc,
t? r-r w a s t. t- t. $i tt.so ,t yar jtlitr. '
WEINGARTFN UROS., Mjikcrs, New Yorlc City
III! HENTAL C0.1
S12 MAIN STREET. '
I Honest Work
I Honest Prices s 9
1 Painleim extraction of teeth or no pj. X
I All work guaranteed. IH
E REMEMBER US. U
E We Treat You Righi flj
P Office hours: 8:30 a. m. to 0 p. m1 1H
t Sundays, 10 to 2. Phones 1126.
The Denver & Rio Grande II
Railroad Co H
Effective May 19, 1912.
' i'rovo, .Mantl. Maryyvitie S:00 n. in.
Midvalo and Blugbam 7:15 a, in.
Denver. Chicago und Iaat 8:35 n. in.
l I'ark City S:1'0 a. in. H
Ogdun and Intermediate polnta..l0:53 a. in.
Ogdcn, Sun Kntncleco, rortland.l";t0 p. in. Ill
Ogdcn. San Fralicleco. Portland. L':13 p. m. HI
Mldvulo and Binglinm 2M"p. uu nil
Denver, Chicago and East 5.-0 p. ni.
Provo, Sprincvlllc, Tlntlu :50p.ln. MI
Denver, Chicago nnd 15a.it 7:00 p. m. UH
OEdon. Portland and Seattle ..11:10 p.m.
ARRIVE DAILY. !
Ogdcn. San Francisco, I.os hWM
Angeles S;I0n.m. UB
Tintlc Sprlngvllle. Provo ....10.UJ a, m. MB
liiuglinm and Mldvitlc 10:30 a. tn. ISBf
Douvcr. Clib-ago and ISost. . . .1:25 p. ni. Dl
Ogdcn and Interniedlato points. 2:10 p. m.
Denver. Chicago tuid 12ast 2:30 p.m.. UH
ugdeu. yau Kmnclsco and West t:55 p. m. MM
Patk Oity and lutenncdlato HH
poini.i E 00 p. ni. HH
Hiugliam and M'dulo 5:3J p. in. MB
Provo. Mantl. JI.srevalo 6;30 p. ni. Hill
ogdcn. San FruncUco. Portland. 6:50 p. m. WBS
Denver. Chttago and Eist . ..10:55 p.m. tuH
Phone Wasatch 2526. WEf
If 0HS scows m