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1Hh SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. ' 09 H
dditional State Society
K-Mr. and M- A-,J-
, houno party Thursday
Jtf f a roh Gardner, who
'Mmttn for tho U D. S.
ZCRlanii next week.
uV ' nn,i -avo a- bundlo show or
M'L Hwnv evenlna: In lionor of
B", ftht who will bo married
Wvlffi nV Wednesday.
p ' ini-r who Imn been snend
mi at DrlB. in the Teton
BT Tliomsi Icrt Friday to
Jmpfi" 'Vr with her daughter.
Brt H. Chamberlain. In Ccdcr
ihMLyi, Anderson spent Saturday
siiB'jti. Ttocers gave a reading
JKImeflcan Fork HWi school
2B' -riiiirnia-n entertained the
"MBthiS of the public schools at
-Bun1ar evening In honor of
1K , S ' d Marlam. who
iBirefk end at lionic
l"B,.n club held Us "Wednesday
. , t (tadner spent Thursday In
Erthward pave a -week's serlcn
g.l,.k this woek closing
jjBSrrlday In th City pavilion.
SShil, -WldDDl .Epcnt Ilia flrwt
ilBfti Tcrk vicltlng friends In
! Oliver of Bingham I the
(IB da JUsse Una. and VJila
MBt li Hopkins gave- a card Tartr
"ttslwr I" honor of Air. nnd
fttfkr pcnt Monday nnd Tucs-
i-Byre, Berk Proctor of Garfield
Bk idlh Mrs. Proctor's mother.
' b )rs. .Tesar TSarl of Eurel
Bw relatives In Lohl.
Wh )rs. John Woodhouso left
Bt for California, where they
-'B jb; ivlnter at IlunUnglln
ijBfooU Jo"cs left Saturday for
lK vliero she will sp"iid lha
fKtyr. Jones will Gpcrid tho next
ttX at Bingham Can3"on.
NT PLEASANT. J
&B-PLEASANT, Nov. 16. AUss
'H-" lias returned to hot home
nKtllcr a short stay with Mrs.
iKas? evening the P.ev. Air. and
rKVtrs ontorlalned the member!!
jBfcirch at a very delightful o-
'Br- C. T V. was entertained on
a'g.'ttn-.oon by Airs. 11. F. Wall.
IBtttr Flvo of Salina la visiting
Utr, Mrs, Frank AladGon.
i)flp?r Francis Campbell of Salt
jXtbe guest of her rarcnl3. Air.
uVt'tbe social events of tho week
iftlugc ilunchi parly given on
cvenhi? at tho armory by
jB'Xrs. Christensen. Jt was a
A T. T. Bwight In quite ill at
Snof lils daughter, Airs. R. A.
fBttMItlli Century club was cn
ijBf oa Thursday by Alia. 3 J. S.
jSpall tiitcrtalned about twenty
il Party eavly this week.
VtH-lnus vere enjoyed.
ftd!Ira. 0 W. Sorcnsen enler
"l pretty dinner party for tho
-Supttc high school fiK-ulty. The
jptyre iFaued to President Lund,
rt.ml Mcsilames P. M. Ncllsen,
toon, Georgo Bywalcr and C.
gBrt; tho mIescu Edna, and Dale
IMCliuler Ncllsen. Jennie Ttyau,
IjK8n' Mr. Jensen and William
Truscott entertained dc
Wttwcel:. tho A- W. O. ylrl3
BElli -nd eighth grades of the
lr'0 v a pretty party on
Jj-'"g In the public school
Rjtrt. C. T. Dnadge enter
tained a party of friends on Tuesday
eveninjr ai a luncheon.
Maslm- Waldo Wdiittalcer garc- a birth
day party on Thurmlay. a largo number
of friends being Invited.
Mrs. Kimball Johansen was hourcsa at
a dinner parly on Thursday. Co vera
wery laid for eighteen.
j ?,nT',,'A.,1ll'ew , "I 'arson was tendered a
delightful sunirlae party on Tuesday in
lnor or hor -ITiIi birthday anniversarj'.
An elaborate luncheon wan served to
tun forty friends present.
Mm. Horning 0f Man II 1b the guest of
hor daughter, Mrs. C. J. Johns.
Prof, ny ron Cmnm!ngn of tho Uni
versity of Utah gave an interesting lec
ture at the Molba theater on Friday
evening lilt, ..Mod was "The 3Jcau
tles of Southern Utah."
Mlis Margaret Mansfield of Mjantl
spent a few daya In MU Ploasant. a
guest of the High School uoclety.
ICininul rtobtna of Sallna, ftirmerlv a
fjludent of tho Wasatch academy, spent
a. rCv,' days In town renewing Ida old
Victor Peteraon of Salt Luko was a
Ml. pleasant caller this wcclc
, D,r- 9- poiiiui of tho Stato In
dustrial school at Ogden gave a vcr.- In
structive talk at tho South ward meet
ing houso on Friday.
Peter Laracn of PJchfleld visited
friends in Ml. Pleasant thla week.
Special tr Tho Tribune
SPniNGVU.r.TD, 2sov. lP.Mr Lc-ulso
otoddard of Porrj'. Oi, Is hero vlslllnt'
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jj.
CllfVord Curter and Bert HaJIlday oro
In tho southern part of tho otaita.
Tho citizens of the Second Mrard gave
a. reception to Ernest Strong last Thurs
day evening. Mr Strong leaven soon for
Germany, whero he will sorvc tho L. D.
S. church oh a missionary.
M. E. Crandall of Salt Laks wiui r vis
itor here this week.
Tho.iromo Culture club hold Its regu
lar meeting' at the homo of Mrs. AV, H.
Mcnciny. Tho subject dlscunscd v.as
"Uho Panama Canal."
Tho Social Sixty Dancing club gave
Its initial dancn of Ihe season at tho The
ater dance hall JTUi hall was tastefully
decorated and tho aff.Ur waa a succusa
In every way.
Fred S. Hart of Spanish Fork -waa a
Springvlllo visitor Thursday.
I BRIG-HAM CITY.
Special t0 Tho Tribuno.
BniGKAM CITY, Nov. 1C Mra. Vance
ringoy and Mr3. Guy Tingcv enl.ortalued
at dinner at l.ho homo of tho former in
honor of relatives. A soven-oourso din
ner was Horved early in the evening,
after which tho time was spent In ganv.:5
and music Amonc thoso present were
Mr. and Mrn. Jlenry Tingcy. Mr. anil
Mrs. Simeon Carter. Mr. and Mrs. James
Tingcy. Mr. and Mj-a. liYcd Korth of
Willard, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Jj. Jolin
Hon. Mr. and Mirs. Vanco Tiagcy, Mr.
and MrH. J. K. Anderson, Mr, and Mrs.
Guy Tingcy. Mr. and Mrs. Brlgham Jen
Hon, Misses Vei-a Carter, jana Jvortli
and Miizil and Delmar Tinscy.
Cards aro out announcing the wedding
of li P. Coburn of this city and MIkh
lArarie IJrandley. Tho ceremony will take
place In Salt Lake City during tho com
Last evening tho first ball of tho sea
son was given in tho high school gym
nasium, which has Just been completed.
Tho party wa under the dlroction of
tho domestic science department of the
school and was largely attended.
Monday evening. In- Fielding, Miss
Sarah Coombs became the bildo of O- A.
Johnson at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T F. Coombs In that place. A wedding
dinner waa given in honor of the young
people Immediately after the ceremony.
In the temple at Salt Lake City yes
terday Miss LouIho Snlromann of this
city and JSdward Secrlst of Garland were
united In marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Sccrist
will make Ihclr home In Garland.
Archie TJock of Howell ami Miss Anna
Hansen were married In this city eaxly
lu the week, the ceremony being per
formed by Bishop T. II, Blackburn of tho
Second ward. The bride Is tho daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hansen.
The home of Mr. and Mnj. irred Glecrup
was tho scene of a. delightful birthday
party eavly In tho week In honor, of Mrs.
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who will send medicine to anyone
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and niv medicine. AH any fair minded
afillcled person wants to know is ir a
certain thing will euro JIIM or IIEK,
and hero Is an. opportunity to find out
without cost, obligation or Important
loss of limo. TI1KSE FEW DAYS may
be the turning point In your life.
All who arc inlereated enough to
writo me for (he free medicine will also
rccel'vo a copy of my lurgo illustrated
medical hook, which describes thestu dla
'aseu thoroughly. Jt is thu largest book
of the kind ever wrltLnn for free dis
tribution, and a new edition is just be
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1 Pain In the back,
2 Too frequent desire to urinate.
3 Burnlnrj or obstruction o' urlnei.
,j pain 0r soreness In tho bladder.
S Prostatic trouble. '
' 6 Gas or pain In lha fttomach.
7 General doblllty, weakness, dlrzl
ncaa. aPaln 0r fsorcnets under rlnbt rib.
9 Ewelllnn In any part of the body.
10 Constipation or liver trouble.
11 Palpitation or pain under tho
12 Pain In th hip Joint.
13 Pain In the neck or head.
1 Pain or soreness In tho kidneys.
15 Pain or &velllnfl of tho Joints.
16 Pain or awelllnu of tho muscles.
17 pain and soreness In nerven.
1B Acute or chronic rheumatism.
Gloerup. The house wa$ beautifully
deconitci . A lolin solos were rendered by
Jicnvard Larson. Those present were Mr.
,.ro' Z1'- I?iirr of Ogden. Mr. and
Mrn. J. rank Trlbo of Ogden. Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Ivorson, jMr. and Mrs. Julius
Brunn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Larson,
Ur. nnd Aim, E. C. F. irartmann, Air.
and Mrs i?rcd Glecrup, Mr and Mrs.
Andrew Nelson: Mesddtncs Mario IU
musacn. tulno Jcsperson and Ida Koren
scn; Misses 3-Inzcl Loughncy. Sylvia Giee
rup and Ha-ci Anderaon
Mr. and Mm. David O. Stohl of Malad
npent a portion of tho week visiting Air.
and Mrs. Ilebor C. Bodou.
Mr. and Ali-s. Joseph Valentino arc
epcndlng a few days in the Pacific north
west, visiting tho principal cities there.
Mr. nnd Airs. Joseph Tombs spent sev
eral days of tho paat week visiting rela
tives and friends In this city.
U. P. Xewman of Salt Lake Citv ppent
Bovcral days or the week visiting frlcnda
In Brlgham City.
llenry Blackburn of Ogden spent
hurhday vhiltlng Mr. and Mrs, T, II,
Blackburn of this city.
Ncphl Tu Morrln of Salt I.nJ;o City vrna
a 1uilor to this city Wednesday.
AMERICAN FORK. I
Special to The Tribune.
AAD5RTCA.N irORK'. ;0v. 35 Bishop
J. H. Storrs was a Salt Jako visitor this
H:.uin Duffln or Salt Lalto jrpent part
of tho week In this city.
MJsii Mud Alay Ba.hcock, accompanied
oy half n, doaou of licr elocution btudenls
from Salt Lak City, jivo an Interesting
recital at tho high school Wedno:;dar
idglit, under tho auspices of tho Civic Im
A. Owen Smoot of provo wan an Amer
ican Fork visitor thla vcek.
Afr. and Mrs. JivzoTo E. Jonson of Provo
visited relatives hero Aveduc3day.
.Mr. and Mrn. Clirrord Young ivore fialt
Lako City -lsllora tliin woek.
Mrs. If. E. Robinson visited frleuds
at Salt L.dte this week.
Mra. Georgo A. Slonv. of Provo, accom
panied by hor daughter. Aim. Beulah
Lowla of Salt Lake, visited rciacives ncru
Mayor J". I'-ank TCoycs was at the fftata
George 10. Hemphill of Salt Lako wan
tho guest of Air. and Airs. J. AY. Storra
part of the week.
Sllsn Cynthia Chlpman. who has spent
the past month visiting relatives in Can
ada, returned homo thio week.
IS. J. Conrad of Salt Lake apent the
week In American Fork.
V. Sinclair of Salt Lako visited rela
tives hero thlo week.
Air. and W. 3. Chtpman and Afr.'i.
Ja.niea Chlpman, Jr., visited relatives at
Salt Lako Wednesday and Thursday.
The B. D. H. club was entertained by
AHsa AIpvlo Boley Friday night at her
home in the First ward. A most enjoy
able tiruo was liad. Itcfreshmenta wore
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAYSON", Ts'ov. Id. The marriage of
Miss Guinella Bingham and Earl Sim
mons toolc placo at high noon Tuesday.
Judge Greenwood of Ncphl performed tho
ceremony. A reception wan given by
tho brldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
JT. Bingham, at their homo In tho even
ing. Air. and Airs. E. I 3 licit announce
tho engagement of their daughter, Dilia,
to Charles Bates. The marriage is to
take place November 27.
Air. and Airs. H". J. Goddard of Provo
announce the engagement of their daugh
ter, JClla. to Ezra Tanner of Payson.
Tho marriage will take placo early in
Airs. W. Vj. Pattorj entertained the
members of the liaffoo Klacli club Vrl
day afternoon at her home.
Tho ICiorid Sowing club was organised
Sunday afternoon at the homo of Airs.
Alma Paxman with the following mem
bers present: Mrs. Alma Pa-Miian. Airs.
W. C. AlcClcllan, Airs. Lee Loveless.
Airs. William Finlayson. Afrs. John Nut
tall, Airs. Joseph A. Barlow and Arcs
Alonibers of the S. O TX II. club were
entertained by AIIhm Ethel E'inlayson at
her home Thursday afternoon.
A number of friends of Airs. W. C
AlcClcllan pleasantly surprised her Fri
day evening In honor of her birthday
anniversary. Thoso present wcro Airs.
Allra O'Conncll and her daughter. Allsa
Dean, O'Conncll; Afrs. J. A. Barlow.
Airs. Lee Loveless, Mrs. P. O. Loveless,
Airs, LIda Loveless and Airs. A. J'a
man. The sophomores, ncnlora and Juniors
gave a danco in tho Payson pavilion
Frlduv night, In honor of the freshmen
of Ihb high school.
A delightful affair of Wednesday af
ternoon was tho uulltlng party at the
homo or Airs. Frank Finlayson.
Airs. James Brown of Provo la visit
ing Iter sister, Alra. William Furrcc.
Airs. Rock Bryan of Alammoth Is visit
ing relatives here.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICH FIELD, Utah.: Nov. 1C Airs. Lo
rin Oldrovd onlorlalued at a party last
Saturday in honor of Alias F.thnl Bean of
Oregon. Tho following guests woro pres
ent: Air. and Airs. Junius Ilayca. Air.
and Airs. Georgo Peterson. Air. and Airs.
Lester Peterson, the A1J35C3 Floronce
I Ionic, Lvdla Bean, Hazel Baker, P.ose
Hayes. Stella J'aync, Lula Payne, Kuth
Gottfredson of Sallna. Lutitla Gray, Col
leen Oldroyd, JSva Tuttlc. Kachacl Jon
sen and Marge Beal and Jodie Bean. Jim
Anderson, Ed Anderson, Frank Baker. Ed
Baker, Floyd Bell and La rue Ogden, John
Peterson, Leonard Christcnscn.
AIIsh Henrietta Lund entertained at a
delightful dance and social on Wednes
day. Lunch was served at 11 o'clock to
tho following guests: Leona Christian
son. DoVora Orrock. Pearl Orrock, Jcnnlo
Levitt. 1311 tho J'otcraon, Edna Larsoti,
Paulino Christiansen, Florence Chrlston
Sfn, Ruhr Ogden, Eva Ogden, Annie Sor
cnsen, Wlnnlo Martin, Leona Coons, So
plda Jensen and Orln Ogllvlc, Wendell
Pnyno, Ervln Ncbeker. Angus Hansen.
Terah Black. Hartley Jilaek, Air. Dorrlty
of Kanosh, Em est Neboknr, Will Luwpoii.
Harold Peterson, Clyde Barrows and Clin
Allss Lvdla. Bean entertained In honor
of Atls Ethel Bean of Oregon on Friday
evening. Lunch waa aon'cd to tho follow -lnr
guests at 11 o'clock: The AIIijhcs Lula
Pavne, Stella. Payne, Alai.o Bcal, Neil
Bean anil Airs. I.orIn Oldroyd.
Air and Aim. August F. Cottor of Elsl
nore will leave .Tuesday lor Long Beach.
Cat. with their two daughters, Alarguret
Airs. Jack Rowlands or MarysvaJe was
a Ricluleld visitor this week.
Alra. and Air. Georgo Calloway announce
tho engagement of their daughter, Lu
Prcal to Leon Cluft of Provo. Tho wed
ding is to taho placo In the near future.
The young folks are both members of the
Walters stock company.
Air ami Airs. Thoninu Ogden of thla
clfv will leave Sunday with their family
to 'niako their homo lit California.
Alius Violet Limdgrcen came hero from
Salt Lake Wednesday to attend Mru.
Betsy Ogden, who Is suffering from pneu
monia. Airs Allen Aloiilgomcry entertained for
her llttlo daughter, Jla. In honor or her
j eleventh birthday anniversary. The lit
tle folks present wore: Ainxlno Hayes.
Alilllo Jvic, Jjciib. Thurbor, Phyllis Flshor,
Kola "Pag", Nellie .Salisbury. Vessa Salin
biirr. Paul Salisbury, Velum Andelln. Eni
en!oA Andulin. Ruth Heller. Mildred An
ilorson, Ixida Anderson, Faun Anderson,
Clcone Andorson, Araud Hansen. Jennie
Peterson. Svlvia Thorsou, Aladellnc Alor
ilsoti and Annlo Orrock. Lynn Chldrstcr,
Verts Fnrnaworth and Thclma Storm,
Mrn, I. K. V right entertained the
Kensington club AYrdnc-tdny evening. The
rlub was organised, with Airs. A. L,
IE The Thanks-giving j A f 111 I9 A Pierced Brass and jj l
I Linen Sale jWMjpJJj9etalPlikal0ff
I inters Monday on iti second week Sf Ay m m S jfjfm jKr InJf Tie rac-k, collar and cuff boxes, waste 1 MU
a nearly all. of the A-alues advertised last S W Jf MJjk&J Sm baskets, picture frames, nut bowls, niir- I "B
I week, owing to large quantities, arc still imWi yjiiol rora etc- 'cc lessons Saturday's from 1
I io be bad, and new items are added to 0 vjWS 10 to 12 a. m. (Art needle work depart- 3
g sPhanc Exchange 22. Calls All Departmenta. I ; B
I Savings Are One-Half, One-Third and One-Fourth I II
I Commencing Monday Morning at 8:30, We Offer I
I Dress Goods at Half Price Coatings, Suitings and Dress 1 H
I Bxclusive pattems. Everyone is liig class irn- Goods Off i
I ported fabric m all the ne-? -weaves and colorings. 1
I Worth up to $50.00 the pattern Salo at Half Price. $5 Oiunchilla Coating I H Eeversible JDlaid Coating IH
I ; " $3.00 Boucle Suiting $5.00 Diagonal Eelauge 53.00 1
CoattngS at Half Price Vdoura Zibeline $3.75 Boucle 1-3 off. H
$5.00 double face coatings $5.00 Astrakan coat- GoOtingS , Suitings and DreSS I H
63 iugs $5.50 Boucle coatings at Hall: Price. 1 11 I B
Remnants at to fa Off . nft f ff JZf,? WI . I I
" $2.00 to $3.00 Suitings $2.00 and $.00 Whipcords 1 '
All renmants from our regular stock. A very large $3.00 Wool Patdne $2.00 to $3.00 Mannish Fabrics
variety oL! fabrics reduced 1-3 to 1-2. $2.00 to $3.50 Coatings One-fourth ofC. !H
This clearance saie we make at this time in accordance with, our policy of never carrying goods from one I -M
season to another and is offered to you now at this early date, giving you a chance to get nearly the full I
I season's wear of this season's fabrics. I
In the Ready -to-W ear Department- Main Floor I I
;jLIfP' A SALE OF H1GH"GRADE I l
W Suits, Dresses and Skirts 1 I
JKSMJli oaea oaa a s amiiL ii.i m aa gg b-bbb wag ngt. ji. in i i' B pa- -aa b wir hi- a a ast set a H f IH
I ix Great Saving m
! 'l wiWiS $65-m )Suits $32.95 $45.00 Suits, $22.95 $30.00 Suits, $14.95 I B
mmiWi J Tour choice of any $60 or Take your c'hoice of any suit Tour choice of: any suit 1 ' WM
ImMKW W " m SUlf' or. t32,95' T.ai,1" marked $40 and $45 for just marked $27.50 and $30.00 for 1 ll
wMffl iil j , or made suits. The materials .,,-,-- - . a 1 t n- u B
WmmnMmU fino chifj!o11 broadcloth, 9o- Tllcsc iQ, exceptional 3st $l9o. j B
!vMlW 1 lull cheviot, panama, wide walo vaIucs at tWs Pnco as the Thla nartl1 SCGins -rcdibl i H
wllifTyY ffi I llill sergOjChevrort stripe and im- comprise the season's best but, nevertheless, it is true. 1
I Ui' 1 MUr lSi ported epongc cloth ; cut in tho models oi! handsome choico There arc at least .1.50 to
--nHlf UtL WtSr l0ng ointcd back cu;aa-v materials in rich shades of choose from including the I
I Si f i ff cmi-fiUcd' S?i?1ncr1 (?cd- bvov, navy, taupe, gray and sought for colors ' as navy, i
Mlft ' Li rS r Some arc man tailored, others ' 1 rB
l m J elaborately trimmed in silk,, --tres. Suits that would brown and black m boucle i H
1 if ImW braicl ancl bultons G0'00 and reacliJ' scli for aucl $l& ulotl, serges and homespuns. 3
I I IB , , $05.00 suits $32.95. for $22.95. $27.50 and $o0 values $14.95. iM
1 illl lv S ,$20.00 Dresses, $9.95 Women's $7.50 Skirts I SI
y - ffi. Ill n l1' $20.00 Dresses in serge, satin and velvet TPn-r Qfi? I -l
iMlfcM'w combination and bvondclot'h for $0.95. J.Uf kP.kJ I
r WaV ' UB dresses in this lot at $9.95, but "Women's skirts, made of all wool panama. fi iH
vL Vvm vft J every color is represented, as black, gray, serge, voile, diagonal, and homespuns in I f
f5wD r "wine, Jiavy and catawba, neatly tailored ancl gray, tan, navy, brown, black and numerous Jj
"--lVg correctly made. Some made the robespierrc mixed combinations. .All to be included in B
ffl ' collar, braid trimmed: others plain tailored. this wonderful skirt sale at $2,95. Skirls, all 1
I $20.00 value, $9.95. makes at $7.50, now $2.95. I 'H
1 $5M Kimonos and Negligees, $2.48 ' $7.00 Silk Petticoats, $2.69 I M
1 Kimonos and negligees, made of vclour rhamel in dark and SjIk petlicoats jn sLrcc(, or evening shades, made of lues- 1 J !
I medjum shades, floral or Persian designs, worth $4.00 to l'M
P & 00 for -'IS saline or ehiLlon taffeta, worth up to $f.00 for $2,G9. j
Walker 's Evening Slippers I
1 AT $4.00 we arc showing a strictly hand- AT $7.50 Gold and silver cloth pumps 1
1 finished line Therefore shape retaining nothing finer produced; entirely out of the -rW 1
ffl new medium lasts of decidedly dressy ap- , . . . P r;, JKwl
m iiovi juvuiu.ii -i. j . i ordinarv. They have a certain nicety of i it ESjl i !
I pearancc. Materials, satin, patent, suede, 01t " Jm)
velvet kid and calf. Colors while, pink, and finish tnat others lack. THE PRIC iSSKKSi I 1H
I blue, lavender, black. THE PRICE, $4.00. $7.50. Mmm 1 IH
I Hosiery department carries delicate col- Our ornaments pin on easy to change ffl?3
I orcd hosiery to match. from one pair to another. gjjj0 j
I Read About Oar GREAT CLEARANCE SALE in the Economy Basement to Make Room for the Toys See Page 9 ! H
Br 'lrlrr ..iiiiii nn .-in. -
Wood house aH president and Alius Alabel
Woollcv as secretary and treasurer. Lunch
was served at 10 o'clock, Tho guests were
the following: Airs. Thomas Broyn, Airs.
A L. WoodhouHo, Mrs. Krank Sherwood,
AlVs. Charles Hc.ppler, Mrn. Claude Alc
Intvre and the AIih:jcs Hoi. Wright, Alabel
Wo'ollcy, KHa Neiison, 12llth Wallter and
Thf Koval Neighbors -wcro entertained
Wc.dneiidoy at "the lodgcrooms by Alra.
nuy Lcwla. Mi"'. Harold Chrlslol'feiHon.
Mn. .losuph Ilopklna and Airs. Alfred
Acker. hoi i.
Afrs. U. A. Noves riitcrlainel at a du
Ughlful aoclal Tliui-sday afternoon. The
following were the invited guet: Tho
Alcsdsuncd M, Payne. Allen Alontgoniery,
MfrciJ Aekoraon, (Jay I.ewl. John .lory
eiiMiiiv Samuel Djill. .lamca lMlwarda,
Henry Fouluon and Carl (.lOldbrandrtcn and
AUs.s Agnes Poukjon. Airs. N'oycs wiui
usfilBtcd by her daughter.- Alona.
Air. and AIih. A. Barrackman wcro
Klohtlcld vk.ltora thl3 week.
Alra. W. F. Thurbor waa given a sur
prise party at her home by her sisters.
Alra, J. B. Chalk entertained this week.
Tho Invited gnenta won1: Air. and Airs.
Samuel Da II, Mr. and Airs. John Chalk.
Mr. and Airs. Frank Anderson Air, and
Afrp. Harlow. Air?. ISurnella. f'hulk and
the Mi-sea L'dlth Dall, Uda Barlow, Ma
bel Harlow, Air, nnd Airs. Parley Ander
son and AltvT. Ahiude Gruhum and F.
AIIsh 'rennessco Smith entertained at
the honiu of her alater, Airn. Scolt Bar
ton, Tuesday evening. Those who en
joyed I ho games and lunch wore: Alias
Alabel Alorrlson. Alias Alabel Lewis, Alius
Lorco Forsythe. Alins JohIc Skougaurd,
Allsa Altft .lohuuon. AIlso Uarda AlcCarty.
Allssi lluscl Hemic, Allss Pearl Sovy and
Alios Sadie Ivie.
Airs, Freeman Tanner entertained In
.honor of AIIko Olive Ivlo'a firteentli birth
day anniverjar'. Tho following guests
w'ore nnwentr 'I'hc Allbses Alabel Alorrl-
ision, Ciladya Atorrlrton. Gladys Jenam, An
nie Sorenoeii, Uuby Ogden. Wva Ogden
Elvira. Jensen. Grace ISrlokson. Sadio
Ivie, l-'em Chldcstcr and Alles Oltvc,
I On Alonday the members of tlm seroud
Ward Uellvf society wero entertained by
Alr. Willis Johnson, Air. .1. F. Chldeator
and AJra. Will Socgmlller. Lunch was
forved. Thofio present wore; The Alea
danien W. P. Payne, F. 11. ClildeMrr.
Bryan Parker. Verge Bean. George Beal,
Sr., J. AI. Peterson. AV. W. Morrison, H.
S. Chrlstunsen. Thomas Larson. AlfrevI
Bird. Aiitoun Borg, James Jemscii. G. Al.
Jones. Aliunie Pcan, Sumuel Wilkinson,
ICdlth Code, Af, NVllaon, W. H. Seegmlller,
Sr., . Powell, Henrietta. "Wright. Uulon
Heesrmlllei', AIno' Chrlstcnsen. ".V. 1C j
Hansen, Kosc Harmon. Andreas Ander
son ond Alias lvjuisa Cliidcfiter and Allss
Special to -The Tribuno.
XKITII, N'ov. 1C AtiHx Kva Chrlsten-s-cn
entertained Saturday evening tn
honor of her birthday anniversary. Thu
evening was spent In music anil games.
At 10 o'clock a dainty supper was nerved.
Th hostess was asslslrd by Wanda
Christiansen and Lavcrn Ingram. Those
present were: Air. and Airs. Luon t'hrly
teia'en. the Alie.Ses Lucllo Cowan. Jack
et ta Fdehlll. Olive Ostler. Lucllo Green
wood. Ifatlie Brondhcad ami Alanine
Ulehos. Stephen Allen, George Belllstou.
Will Iloyt, Hyiuiu Brough and llurmun
One of tho most delightful events of
the Hiiukon Was the bundle showm- given
by a number of the frieudo of. Airs. 13g
berl Bcaglcy at tho home of her parents.
Air. and Airs, J. 12. Cole. Tho evening was
spent in ringing ancl dancing. At 1 1 :-Jo a
delicious supper was served Tho bildo
wob tho recipient of many beautiful
present's. Tho following wero present'
Tho Alh cos Lillian TtusaoU. Flornnci JLtlg
lcr, Lavcrn Ingram, Ordell Mlslcr, Glad'j H
Spcrry, Wanda ClirlstcnHcn. Sulomt '(-..B
Brown, Davctt Iilglcr, Iiulse Golden f H
Katie Wilkey, Alt a Ingram, Kuth Joura, !iB
Tda Downs, N'lna ilgler. Iouisn Li,?- !i
hill. Is'uoum Starr. Airs. Harold larpn. If !
and the guest of honor, Airs, lligberl i'HHHi
Allsa Leon luiy of Alona visited In Xc- B
phi Alonday. B
Karl Jackman was in Salt likc the fiMt f'B
of the week. IB
Conrad Chnppcll returned home fioin fB
Idaho Alonday ovonlng. where he hat H
been the last few monlha. H
ISarl 12. Simmona and Allan GtincWa iHHHi
Llnghitm, both of Paysoit. wem ninnid li
In the county eourlhou'.'c- Tuesday 1' 'H
Judgo Joshua Greenwood. H
Air. and Mrs II. Carter returned Lorn I H
I'novo M'ueKduv evening. Tln-y report : H
tliut their daughter. .Mia. ulm underwent H
an operation lata weclc, is rupldly Improv. hi
Tim boy's appetite i3 of ton tlm '
source of uiuav-ouicut. If ou wo ild ')!
have aut-h nti appetilo talro Chamber- L
Iain's Tablets. Tlu'.v uot onlv creato j H
a hcaJlhy appetite, but slreugtlicn tho B
slouiarh and cuablo it to Ou its work 4 !!
naturally. For bale b I'll dealer. f B
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