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H 2- ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1912. l
I AGREEMENT IS
I REACHED WITH
I RUSSIAN BEAR
I Arrangement Made by Which.
Tarifi" War Will Not Follow
Expiration- of Trade
Treaty on Dec. 3 U
So Far as Known Russia Still
Declines to Issue Passports
lo Jews Who Are Ameri
r t ASHINGTOX, Nov. M. -An
flffrficnicnt beUvecn the United
Tj States and Ihmsia 10 taJco tbo
; lace of the commercial treaty
132, rhc abrogation of which be
comes effect y'c .Inmiarv 1 next, has
been virtually reached, .according to
information from a hih otVicial. Noth
ing as o the exact iiatwrc of the agree
ment is announced. It was declared
probable, however, that it would be
worked out satisfactorily to both coun
trjefi before the day wlmn the old treaty
This advanced stage in the nceotia
Mons. has been reached only after a
number of conversations injtween Sec
retary Knox and Russian .Ambassador
Bahhmct off, bcfiinninfr lasl, summer
and continued at frequent intervals, the
last; occurring today.
Old Method Too Slow.
Thi seourso was adopted rather than
tre usual method of cxcbaaiue of for
mal note?, as better calculated to se
cure a speedy disclosure of the exist
ing conditions in the United States and
Russia likclv lo affect the two gov
fromontH in their efforts to prevent a
complete rupture of their vast com
mercial relations. Only in a g-oncral
way can it be said that an understand
intr exists that such a breach shall not
thke place, tor the details of the ar
ianjrement are to be worked out.
Eon with tho beat of intentions on
the part of the negotiators because of
the difficulty of rapid communication
' between Washington and St. Peters
. burjr, save by the unsatisfactory cable
mnlVind it n-JII nniirrt liftlr. nua t-T-i'm
I the soven weeks that intervene between
the present dato and December 3 J, when
the old treat expires, lo accomplish
this mutually desired result.
Bccauso of the extreme delicacy of
the subject and the possibility of the
complete failure of tbo proposed agree
ment if there. should be public discus
sion and criticism, neither party to
the ijeRotiations is willing to throw any
light on the details of the arrange
ment. 91KI in fact it is even impossible
to secure an official admission that the
agreement is within sight.
From !juch sidelight as is obtainable,
however, it appears that Russia has not
consented to modify its practice of re
fusing passports "to Americans or
other non-Russian Jews. The czar's
covernmunt has always held that Jews,
even though thov are American citi
zens, are entitled to travel or reside
1 n Russia because the existing treaty
provides that any American seeking to
enter Russia shall submit to the laws
The stale department never has ad
mitted the soundness of Ibis contention
and when congress, by resolution,
ordered the denunciation of tbo treaty,
the actual, though not the formal
round being thin alleged discrimina
tion against American citizens, the de
partment's attitude nocessarily became
unalterable. "With tnich a wi'do differ
ence between the two countries it
heemcd an almost hopeless undertaking
to prevent, a complete severance of
trade relations between two friendly
It is said that in all probability Rus
sia will meet the issuo by refraining
from applying her maximum faud prac
tically exclusive) tariff duties to im
ports from America. Tn the ordinary
course after the lapse of the oxisting
treaty December 31, these maximum
rates automatically would apply to im
ports from a country with which Rus
sia has no such trade treaty. Rut it
is suggested that through a decree or
an imperial order in council, this mav
be postponed indefinitely.
Such action on the part of the Rus
sian government would relievo "Presi
dent Taft from the necessity of imposing-,
in retaliation, the maximum Ameri--in
duties on imports from Russia,
and thus trade between the two coun
tries might continue ponding the is
euc of future negotiations for a
UK 9H Most people arc careful to
mWS n99 have houses, furniture and
sSHR similar property insured
ranli a;iinst loss by fire or theft.
MRS But for bonds, stocks, doocto,
H Bh mortgages, important papers.
H ncIrlooIns and jewelry often no
H flH ProviBiou is made,
B Why not insure your valu-
S ablcE you can rent a- "box in
M jH tllc moleru Safe Deposit vault
M ns c0U1Pany and secure a
H mmm fonu of insurance for them
flg flH tliat ls firc and burslar Prof-
H WMm TH 8AIjT; T.AKK SECUR-
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SALT LAKE'S ANNUAL CHARITY BALL DAZZLING EVENT
t& . t & J$
GAY THRONG GATHERS TO DANCE IN WORTHY CAUSE
. Flashlight Photograph Taken at Charity ball at Hotel Utah.
Scene Presented at Hotel
Utah One of Surpassing
HUNDREDS danced for charity at
the Hotel Utah last night.- Hun
dreds of other patrons of char
ity watched tho dancers. The
occasion was the annual Charity ball
of St. Mark's Hospital Aid associa
tion, Salt Lake's premier social event
of the season.
Laat night's ball was the climax of
tho series of brilliant affairs given au
nually for eharit'. All society and
near-society wan at the ball. The af
fair was so well patronized that at
times the large dancing floor was so
crowded as lo make dancing decidedly
difficult and the merry throng over
flowed, filling the balconies and spa
cious drawing rooms on the mezzanine.
The occasion was most enjoyalblc and
the large number of persons present
seemed only lo add to the plcasuro
and merriment of the occasion.
Gayest of Season.
Without doubt the charity ball was
quite the gayest of the large social
functions of the season. It, brought
forth a multitude of beautiful frocks
and charming wearers. The gowns ran
to colors with pink and red predominat
ing. These frocks, typifying the last
word in tho art of the modiste, lent
brilliant hues lo tbo animated, over
changing picture in the ball room and
on tho balconies overlooking the busy
While tho ball was a function given
for charity, its character approached
tho Ecmi-official. Governor Williaon
Spry, Mayor Samuel C. Pari: and most
of the other prominent members of the
official family' of the state and city
wero present. Colonel J. A. Irons and
sovcral other army officers" from Fort
Douglas also attended.
Financially tho ball v.as quite as diE
Unct a feuccess at It was socially. Will
ing patrons and patroucs:ies aided" charity
greatly by their senorouc purchase of
UckctH, The receipts exceeded the most
aansulnc expectations of llic sood ladles
who worked ?o hard to make the ball
the succchh that it was. Jn addition to
a inoet enjoyable evcnlnsr tho patrons of
the Charity ball have the assurance that
practically all 0f tho groan receipts so to
a wonliy charity- the caro of the slck
Tim dance was open with the grnnd
march, led by ihe members of the board
of St. Mark's Hospital association, Gov
ernor Spry. Mayor Park and other dls
t riKiiIsbejl patron. The pretty figures of
the march were executed with clmrtn and
grace. The iiuihIc wnu of thj very best.
Twcirty-onc charminr dance numbers
with four extras, occupied" tho nmrry
crowd until well after mlrinlpht. Many
of the older folk who danced only in
fond reminiscence watched the younger
ones dance and enjoyed tho ovcnlng fullv
na much a? tho dancers. Some of the
younger dancers d-fled Charity bull tra
ditions to far ;i to do some clovr "rag
ging" or a bit of a Boston during the
Punch bow s p'ettlli decorated and al
ajs populnr, wie to be found on cither
balcony of tho mezzanine. Delicious sup
per was served in the large dining room
during tho evening.
The arrangements for the big affair
were ns near perfect aa was humanly pos
sible to make them. There was nothing
larking, and the warm, hospitable spirit
pervaded everywhere. Tho success of the
brilliant function reflects groat credit on
the women of the association who had
the ball lu charge.
Many in Attendance.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Reeves, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Montague Ferry, Senator and
Mrs. Thomas Kearns. Judge and Mrs.
Morris L. Ritchie, Colonel and Mrs.
James A. Irons, Governor and Mrs. Wil
liam Spry. Mayor and Mrs. aamucl C.
Park, Mr. and Mrs. Jjce Charles Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. "Walker, Mr. and Mrs.
George Jay Gibson, Mr. and lira. Charles
A. Qulgloy. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sheets,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Alexander, Mr. and
Mrs R. II. Peale. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt
Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sullivan.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight, Mr. and
Mrs. Levis Evans. Mr. and Mrs Elbrldgo
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pcabody,
Mr. and Mrs. James Hogle, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank L.. Dodge. Mr. and Mra. George
D. Keyser. Mr. and Mrs. "William Rcld,
Judge and Mrs. James 'H Moyle. Mr.
and Mrs. John C. D. Clnnc, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Fennomorc, Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Schulder. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Gorhnm, Mr. and Mrs, Koscoo M.
Breodon. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott
Clark.' Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Foster, Mr.
and Mrs. R. P. Morris, Mr. and Mrs.
Heber M. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. TJ B
jMcCornlck, Mr. and Mrs. Ml! ton E. Lip
man, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Murphy, Mr.
and Mrs. Jay T. Harris. Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Hoppaugb, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Howard. Judge and Mrs. O. "W. Powers."
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Armstrong, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Allen Tvoyes. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs.
Goorgc L. Savage, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Crlsmon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Binlz. Dr.
and Mrs. Jack Keith, Mr. nnd Mrs. Led
yard M. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. .T. L.
Frankcn, Mr. and Mrs. T. ,1. Webber,
Mr. and Mrs. L. L Terry, Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. OveiTield. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Browne. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stelgmeycr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCaskcll. Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Ondcrdonk, Dr. and Mrs.
Gcorgo F. Slellil. Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Child. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller. Mr.
and Mrs. James E. Jennings, Mr. and
Mrs. Thoman Marioucaux, Mr. and Mrs.
Momoi! Dunbar. Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
FranclF. Mr. and Mrs. Warren C Boguo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Callahan. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Hornung. Mr. and Mrs. B. O.
Mccklenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Max M.
Well, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Luman. Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Rivers. Mr. and Mr?.
John C. Daly. Mr. and Mrn. Mark W.
Llllard, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Walker. Mr.
and Mrs. W. Edward Fife. Mr. and Mrs.
Knrl A. Schcid. Mr. and Mr?. Lawrence
Greene, Mr. nnd Mrs. George A. Snow.
Mr. and Mrs. Lcc Glockner. Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Davis of San Francisco. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Sam "R. Meyer of Chicago.
Mr. and Mr. W. S. McCornlck. Mr.
anfl Mrs, Fred Dern, Dr. and Mrs. W. R.
Trndall. Mr. and Mr:. A- C SuHlvun. Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Houston. Mr. and Mr.
Bcnlamln L. Rich. Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
MrGurrin, Mr. and Mrs. Hooker.
Mrs. F. W. Oswald. Mrs. George ftose.
Mrs. R. II. Officer. Mrs. R. C. Woodruff.
Mrs. M. IT. Kervin, Mrs. Elizabeth Bonnc
movt. Dr. Jane. W. Skolflcld.
Mlsy Jane Howatt. Mlns Marm Odell.
Miss Edgarrta Wedgwood. Miss Gwendo
lyn Tripp. Miss Rosamond Ritchie. Miss
Halloran. Miss Florence nal'nraii. Mlas
Sapplnsrton. Miss Mamie Sapnlnston,
MIfs Hazel Sapplngron. Mijs Stewart.
Miss Marguerite Stewart. Miss Webber.
Miss Margaret Dunne. Mtss Denise Kar
rlck. Miss Cassandra. Wood, Miss Gertrude.
Hanson, Mjss Dora Bogue. Miss Mnrcnrct
Walker. MJhs Xorinim Thompson. .Miss
Minttt Bacr. Miss Hazel Oswald. Miss
Geneve Savage. Miss Bonnie Miller,
Miss Annie Adnme, Miss Lucllr Fninrkc,
Miss Barbara. Khineifley, Mies Ellr.a Dcy,
Mlfs Rose Evans. Miss Brvnn Houstoii,
Miox Grizellr. Houfton, Mlfis MsLry Luman.
Annie Adams. Miss r.ucile Francke, Ml.s
Barbara Klnnerslcy. MIsk Eliza Dey. Miss
Rose Evans, Mis Bryan Houston. Miss
Grizelle Houston. Miss Mary Luman. Miss
Sullivan, Mls Grace Sullivan, Miss fum
niork. Many Striking Costumes.
Among the sirlklntr costumes seen at
I be bull were, the following:
MRS JOHN' A. REEVEP' orn-eolorcd
fliarmeivfe ra'Sn. with 'Immlngs of
rhlnestones and cream-colored chlfon.
MRS. F. H. OSWALD Black cbantilly
luV-o over white with trimmings of
green and Jet.
MRS. MONTAGUE FERRY Black lace
over white with crystal and jet bead
MRS. MORRIS L. RITCHIE Lace robe
of cbantilly over heavy white satin :
with beaded jet trimmings.
MUS. THOMAS KEARNS White bro
caded satin with trimmings of silver
and sllvor drape.
MRS. JAMES A. IRON'S Gown of green
and gold, and gauze overdress of the
same and jade Jewelry matching the
MRS. LEE CHARLES MILLER Gown
of soft white charmeiise satin, with an
overdress of lace and lent.
MRS. J, R. WALKER Imported gray
charmeiise satin with panels of gold
MRS. GEORGE JA' GIBSON Pink
satin veiled with beaded marciuisette
and trimmed with crystal beads.
MRS". CHARLES A. QUIG LEY Ivory
satin brocade cloth of gold trimming
and paradiso feathers.
MRS. E. L. SHEETS Pale blue clmr
mcuso satin with an overdress of bead
MRS. W. C ALEXANDER French
gown of pale pink and pale blue chif
fon over satin.
MRS. R. 71. PEALE Handsome black
evening gown of velvet made with court
trnln nnd trimmed with real lace. 1
MRS. H.0YT SHERMAN Wh 1 1 e bro
caded satin with point laco and dia
monds. MRS. GEORGE ROSE Pale lavendar
satin and lace of the same color.
MRS. MURRAY SULLIVAN Polo blue
crepe de meteor with trimmings of
pink rosebuds and gold.
MRS. HARRY KNIGHT Gown of yellow
satin with beaded net overdress.
MRS. HENRY CATROW Imported
gown of black lace over flesh-tinted
pink satin with trimmings of rhlne-
MRS. LEVIS "EVANS Black and green
mixed silk witli trimmings of jet and
MRS. ELBRIDGE THOMAS Rohe of
spangled net over watermelon pink
MRS'. A. H. PEA BODY Lavender char
meiise satin with trimmings of rare
MBS. JAMES HOGLE Pink satin with
ruffles of lace and pink draperies.
MRS. C. R. PEARS ALL White satin
gown with an overdress of apricot-colored
MRS. FRANK L. DODGE Dancing
gown of pale blue charniiu&e satin
with trimmings of crystal and dia
monds, MRS. GEORGE D. KEYSER Gown of
pink chnrmcusc satin and chiffon with
MRS. WrLLIAM REID Pink charmcusc
atln with an overdress of Irrldcscont
MRS. JAMES H. MOYLE Black lace
chontllly lace over amber-colored char
MRS. SAMITEL C. PARK -Black lace
edged with black hand-crnbroldcred
chiffon over apricot -colored satin.
MRS. JOHN C 0. CLARK White ?atin
gown with overdress of beaded net and
IrininiliiK? of narls.
MRS. HARRY FRNNEMORE Gown of
pink satin ehnrmensc with pnnnlcr
Irimminsrs of pal blue marquisette.
MRS. RUSSELL SCHULDER Pale pink
chiffon gown trimmed with houd em
broidery In black nnd white and rhlne
stones. MRS. A. J. GORHA.U Pale yellow crepe
dp meteor with trimmings of laco.
MRS. ROSCOE M. RREEDEN Im
ported gown of .N'lle grc?ri charmeiise
with spangled overdress of net. edged
with a bonier of sable.
MRS. JOHN ELLIOTT CLARK White
crepe dc chine gown with sliver trim
mings. MRS. W. D. FOSTER Pink chiffon
gown with lace and crystal trmmlngs.
MRS. RICHARD P. MORRIS Handsome
gown of black lace over white satin.
MRS. HEWER M. WELLS Pink chif
fon over pink satin, with lace and
MRS. L- B. M'CORNICK American
Beauty shade of satin, with n gauzy
overdress In irrldcscent beads and
MRS. MILTON E. LIPM AN Flower
'bordered marquisette over canary col
ored charmeiise with pearl trimmings
and chnntllly lace.
MRS. F. S. MURPHY Pale yellow crepe
de meteor covered with shadow laco
and trimmed with blue velvet ribbon
and rhlnetone buckles
MRS. JAY T HARRIE Gown of Amor-
lean Beauty satin with overdress of
silver and rhlnestones and trimmings
of rhlncstone buckloa.
MKS. A. L HOPPAUGH White satin
charmeusc with touches of black and
white embroidered butterflies.
MRS. E. 0 HOWARD Pale bluo char
meuse satin with draped overdress of
shadow lace, caught with French
'touches of pink and blue embroidered
MRS. J. M. DAVIS, of San Francisco
White charmeuse satin with trimmings
of yellow panne velvet and rhlnestones
and crystal beads.
MPS. O. W. POWERS Gray chiffon
overdress draped over flame-colored
MRS. W. W. ARMSTRONG Robe of
gray and green net over white satin.
MRS. RICHARD ALLEN KEYES Im
ported gown of blue and yellow chiffon
over black, with touches of irrldcscent
MRS. CHARLES Tl. M'MAIION Gown
of white embroidered batiste, with
touches of 'black velvet.
MRS. GEORGE L. SAVAGE While
charmeuse evening gown with white
MRS. C. C CRISMON Nile gioen im
ported gown, with overdress of green
MRS. HARRY BINTZ Apricot colored
satin, with chiffon overdress of deeper
MPS. JACK KEITH Pale blue chiffon
gown with pearl trimmings.
MRS. LEDyARD M. BAILEY Black jet
gown over black satin.
MRS. J. L. FRANKEN White chiffon
gown with trimmings of green and
MRS. T. G. WEBBER Bluo and white
'brocaded satin with diamonds.
MJSS WEBBER Amber colored char
meuse with trimmings of crystal em
broidery. MRS, L. L. TERRY Pale blue satin
I gown with trimmings of laco,
MRS. C. P. OVERFIELD Pale pink
satin gown with ovcrsklrt of pink ohlf
fon and trimmings of crystal beads.
MRS. WILL BROWNli Blue satin with
marquisette draped overdress of the
MRS. F. F. STEIGMEYER Gray -crepe
de meteor with trimmings of blue and
MRS. J. A. M CASKELL Palo bluo
chiffon dancing gown.
MRS. C. B. ONDERDONK PUe blue
crepe dc meteor with crystal trim
mings. MRS. GEORGE F. STtEIIL CJown of
changeable bluo and gray cbarnieusc.
with trimmings of burnt orange and
MRS. GLEN MILLER Gown of white
charmeuse satin veiled with ralnbow
MRS. JAMES E. JENNINGS Imported
gown of embroidered croam colored
satin with an overdress of Brussels
MRS. R. U. OFFICER White, lace gonn
with panniors of soft ivory-tinted sailn
and touches of pale pink and blue rose-
MRS. ' THOMAS MARIONEAUX Pink
satin brocade with trimmings of Ve
netian lace r( deep cream color,
MRS. HORACE DUNBAR Dancing
gown of bluo charmousc satin with
trimmlnga of rhincstonc-,
MISS JANE HO WAT Palo blue satin
with point de Vcnico lace and poarl
MRS. F. W. FRANCIS Imported gown
of Irish net over white satin char-
MRS. WARREN C. BOGUE Pale blue
charmeuse draped with rare old lace
as an overdress.
MRS. A. V. CALLAHAN-Rainbow-tinted
chiffon gown made over Ivory satin
MRS. FRED HOKUNG Rose-colored
satin veiled In soft gray marquisette.
MRS. WILLIAM SPRY Gown of plain
and brocaded bluo satin with trim
mings of real laco.
MRS. B. O. MECKLENBERG White
Irish laco robe over rose pink satin
MRS MAX M. WEIL Smoke gray chif
fon over coral-colored satin with trim
mings of cut steel.
MRS. SAM R. MEYER of Chicago Lu
cile model of chlfTon in soft pastel
shades of rainbow hues.
MRS. ABNER LUMAN White satin
gown with lace overdress and large
MRS. M. II. WALKER Handsome gown
of Pompadour silk veiled with white
MRS. JOHN C. DALY Lace gown draped
with light blue charmeuse satin.
MRS. MARK W. LILLARD- Goi of
whit chiffon cloth with bodi'0 of ilfun-
i rui.u u.v ivibanis iV. num.
gled chiffon and trimmings of sable.
MRS. W. W. RIVERS Brown satin bro
cade with oriental trimmings.
MRS. W. EDWARD FIFE Gown of
flame-colored satin with an overdress
of white net and rhlncstone trimmings.
MRS. DEAN BRAYTON Imported gown
of spangled chiffon shaded from a
cream to a corn color over pale vellow,
MRS. KARL A. SCHEID Evening gown
of Ivory satin 'trimmed with hand-embroidered
MRS. P.. C. WOODRUFF Wlilte satin
g-own with trimmings of silver fringe
MRS. M. I i. KERVIN Handsome black
satin gown with pearl and rhlncstone
trimming and gold gauze draperv.
MRS. LAWRENCE GREENE Evening
gown of black crepe do chine with Jet
MRS. GEORGE A. SNOW Imported
gown of black net embroidered in beads
over black satin, with trimmings of
white and touches of American Boautv.
MRS. ARTHUR HOOKER Palo blue
charnu-usc, with crystal beaded net
MRS. LEE GLOCKNER White satin
,riil,tn overdress of English point lace.
MRS. R. C. JOHNSON Pink satin veiled
MRS. SMITH White satin gown with
pearl trimmings and pearls In the hair.
MISS MARIE ODELL Dancing frock of
pink chiffon with trimming of lace and
MISS EDGARDA WEDGWOOD Amer
ican Beauty chiffon gown with rhino
MISS GWENDOLYN TRIPP White om
broldered ohlfron over white satin, with
MISS ROSAMOND PJTCHTE Imported
dancing gown of pale lavender and
MISS HALLORAN Pale blue crepe de
chine evening gown.
MISS FLORENCE HALLORAN Dancing
lrock of palo pink satin, with chiffon
MISS SAPPINGTON-Spangled net chif
fon over whilo satin.
MISS MA.UIE 3APPINGT0N White lace
gown drappd over white satin, with
trimmings of French flowers.
MJSS HAZEL SAPPINGTON Pale gren
,,l",Lfi-saIiuf! dancing frock with chiffon.
MISS ST IS W A RT Pa 1 o green charmeuse
satin with beaded trimming.
MISS MARGUERITE STEWART Da no
,n7frock of pale pink mcssallne with
MISS MARGARET DUNN Imported
cown of pink chiffon over silk, with
trimmings of .silver fringe.
MISS DENISE KARRI CK White crepe
dc chine s;own veiled In rose-colored
MJSS OA SANDRA WOOD Pink chiffon
,,Hitnclllc sown draped over pink satin.
MISb GERTRUDE HANSON Pale pink
charmeuse satin, with overdress of em--.r&S'41!
ohl""" cloth tn 53.nio Fhados. :
MISS DORA BOGUE French gown oft
pink and lavender chiffon, with traded
trimming. ' I
MISS MARGARET WALKER Apricot- 1
Colored chiffon over white satin, with
trlmmlnsTs of gold lace.
MISS NORINNE THOMPSON-Pale blue
satin and chiffon, with trimmings of
sold and crystal beads.
MISS MINETTE BAER Pale blue bro
,,,;22c'1 NovPt d white lace berthe.
MISS HAZEL OSWALD-ParH cow,. of
,.,Jd. IP,8,C oliffon over white satin.
MISb GENEVE SAVAGE Danclrur frock
Ai?lc-noC2ir?i,lT?" ove' while satin.
MISS BONNIE MILLER Simple Paris
dancing gown of pule pastel shaded in
pinks and blues.
MISS ANNIE ADAMS-I.avonder uuir
qulsctto trimmed with silver braid and
MISS LUCIUS FRANCKE-Cown of pale
blue veiled tu a (lowered net of tun and
pale blue, made In pannier style.
MISS BARBARA KINNERSLFA' Palo
blue dancing frock veiled In a beaded
mt TS' ?!K crystal trimming.
MISS ELIZA DEV White, chaxmoufic
satin gown, with mi overdress m royal
MIS RP.S,S Dancing gov.n of
nfcc whrU-.ft-l-Hat-,n' wllh iiiJCo- Olmmlna.
MISS BRYAN HOUSTON Imported
dancing frock of shadow hcc over pale
MISS GRIZELLE HOUSTON Robu of
spangled net over Mesh pink charmeuse.
MISS MA RV LUMAN American Bcautv
shade of satin, with draped acaif of
I Italian sill;.
MIPS SULLIVAN Dancing frock of am
MISS FLORENCE SULLIVAN Simple
paJn blu e!!k dancing frock.
MRS A. C- SULLIVAN Beautiful gown f
ft blue ilk with train. L
Day Devoted to
Fraternal Delegates ff '
Canada and Great Bi-
SOCIALIST IS rb!
Congressman W. B.jji
Given an Ovation!
Introduced by Goml .
By Intornational News w ll
ROCHESTER, x. Y.
American Federation of' LabflAf
Up convention thh 0vcn!n WL
o clock Monday mornlnp. 2iJ
portant buolnees t.-Iu be traajisW1
fourteen subcommittees, 'M
Todav was devoted to wtica
ternal delegates fvoni Great Bi!'
ada, the clergy and coclcllei 'mi
day of oratory. ' M
, The. only diversion came tfM
(Mallets. Jn one section of WMc
roariously interrupted a. CathflBj
and received theenur?5fW
pates1'6 TVU3 applaudf4 yj'
Congressman W. 3. Wilson
retary-treaaurer of lh0 United
ore of America, was 3"S Mi
when introduced by PreBld(I,fM
Ac Mr. Wlln ia k recemlvili
for the, indorsement WJl
upon his application for a iMt
eahlnet of Pre.alrtont-eleet WooM
son, today's ovation IndlcatMnBk
Hopes for Portfolio,
Tho congressman hopes to i'ft1
new secretary of the depiUmiM
merce and labor. The speech toX'1
Wilson rod tod thn work orMii
representatives in congress
Fraternal Delegated Seddin
llo from Great Britain trades. iff
John V Bruco form the CanaffM1
Union congress delivered addraf
lowshlp and greeting. Tbcv mt
a most cordial welcome. ' Wg
Rfsolullona wore presented (Si
govenimont to raise the bare iK
Japanese, Korean and Hindu MT
also to urge that only AmricjWc
be employed In Hawaii. AnoHti
Hit Ion provides for a movement!!
of the building and niaintentjE
national federation sanltuluni3Mf'
Freel Given Ovation. W
James J 1-Yeol, lntornat!onlvi
of tle Stereotypers anil EteSt
union, received congratulations
was learned that he has JmtM
elected by the largest tnajorliyfl1
ccived. His opponent, CliaritiSi
of Baltimore, was overwIielmdMi
Issue raised attacked the. fuiXf
priuclplP3 of rue American Fedt
Labor, the delegates arc delliliiy
approval given lo Preildcnt FJ
latter disbanded a Clilcngo IcS
defied the international union:?
cipitated an unlawful strike uB
direct orders of President FrL
"Silk" O'Loushlln. the nW.
baseball umpire, appeared In UiS1
tlon today. Gossip at once !
tho National and American IhA
era were to apply for a chartoBj;
baseball players union, O'LdB.,
nicd all responsibility for that.y
TO BUY STORAGE
By Internationa! News Service.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14. Faiicj
of fresh eggs mode a new hlph
ord todav when they eold for i:
dozen. They will go still hlrt
the month Is over, dealent uldi
As against 60 cent3 a doren
tor nearby fresh eggs, western f
are selling here wholewlo at
cents a dozon and first-cJasi m
are literally going abegglcg at
a dozen. Undor the new irr
ers aro obliged to label storagi
housewives who can ftiwra to
higher prices usually rerun to;"
the storage variety. A
Unless customara cliange
tho egg spcculdtors of Ne 1 v
to lose froni 5500,000 to l,o00.0M
pectlve profits between now i
spring on storage eggtr
Bandits Loot Bwk.
MERITT. Tex., Nov r
dits stole $:I000 from t no First,
b-ank of Meritt todav and 1M&
In an automoolle. Tiie B
bank'B vault by the uso of nltro-M
There is no HEATING jj
LA which can be succesrfm
plied to ALL HOUSES,
is one heating formula WW
be successfully applied
STOVES, and that is
KING. HIAWATHA. BU,J
PhonS. Wasatch 719. Office. W
We have your size
and outing flag
you can sleep m w