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t I1'I SALT L'AKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1912. 5 .fc
Kicfl WRl, ScCOnfl DaUS MiUta Wan 'Val1 FamIly' Who 13 t0 Wcd
9 -: isfS'S?--' . : '., : & V.2&,. ..'.y,.:- i'.-
f, OIjOMX and airs. Enos A. Wall
! imirouncc the engagement of their
Itf diuglitcr, Alico A., to Lieutenant
I ''Nftl .U Green of the Fifteenth
.j "'United States Infantry. Tito mar
4 sritl L'ikc place In Iter part r
cter. as Lieutenant Green's leave
'1 mplrc early In the vr-ar. ami they
iretnrn to Clilna to rejoin Ills resl
j I LItiitcnant Croon arrived 1ic.ro on
"5 lily as announced In lh"e columns
?. rill leave today for Washington on
i Ho Ih one of llir bent known
i u bachelor officers of the Kiftccnlh
Iks many frh'iids here IUIns Wall
r eiccond daughter In the Wall fam
Is a charm inpr younu Klrl of
R"ncrom)H5liments. She has spent
krab'o time abroad and In the
bat fho lias retained a wide cir
Ipplllli Mmrulre entertained a large
dmc flaky pie crust
soaked pies have caused
fid of indigestion, and pies
flore have been wonderfully
y Rand in some cases tabooed,
properly made with Cotto
d M eaten at suitable times,
Be no more indigestible for
4 tmal person than are many
J ;foods which so far have
i jd this criticism.
lolcne makes light and deli
..: lust rich, but not greasy
y ! some, digestible, nutritious.
lOTi vegetable product made
- purest and choicest cotton
. is a product of Nature,
i wchmore SSSls
iQfjjt11 be planted in the
mis Week i
fRONE 1071 aud 1072. 1
-IP FLOR13T5 5
'company of friend tit a most enjoyabh '
lea at her homo yesterday afternoon in
compliment to JUrs. Saruli P.ojzsn$, who la
to leave shortly for Honolulu to spend
I ho winter. 'I'll'; homj was say With
many flowers, iho red and yellow of the.
jinluiiiii Hun: mingling In all the doce-ra-lions.
The hostess was assisted by !Mrs
l' P.. llohiiiKon. .Mi?. W. J t. DIekson and
Mrs. Tiusenn R. falmcr, who took turns
at Iho tea tabic, and by a number of the
vounjc prirls as well, anions them Mihs
Lueile I'-Vaiickc and Miss Lucy Lewis,
Trs. Charles TT. McMahon and ?lrs.
A. .1. Goiham have both been uPpolnted
as delegates from this state to the. Second
Minnesota Conservation and Ajjclcultur.il
Development congress, to be held In
Minneapolis beglnnim.- this morning and
lustlnjr through the week. The omelal
document from Governor lCbcrharl
reached both tho appointees -within .Iho
piist Tew days, but it will lus impossible
lor cither of them to attend.
i it m
"Lieutenant Tlujro Schultz entertained
Sunday ev-nlnpr at a bnuutifully appoint
ed dinner at the Hotel irtah In compli
ment to Miss F.Hcn Maury and Miss
Culler. 4.1 1 o affair belny; clmporoned by
Lieutenant nd Mrs, Harry L. Jordan.
The oilier .-uca(3 were Miss 'Margaret
"WalkT, Miss MaiKarct Dunn. Mls.'
Ocrdsc J-Carrlek, "Lieutenant Cotton. Lieu
tenant Pardee and Tjleiitciiant J lull.
Mr?. John Heed Is here from Denver
.irid''i.; the jincst at present f Mrs.
Klisabelh Wines. IT street. She will
visit Mrs.- A. G. Andrews and also Mrs.
Harry Can?: durln her stay, ami Mr.
Uceil will join her here for Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. James IL Moylc enter
tained a party of their friends Sunday
even I up at an informal muslcalc and
supper at their homo on Kasl First
South street, tho affair helm? in cele
bration of their twcnty-flllh wedding
anniversary. f 0
Mrs. Mabel S. "Welch and her small
son John left vcslerday for Corvallis. Or,
where Mrs. Welch and Prof". Inward ..
Bcaltv of the Orcfron Asrloiiltural col
lege will be married on Thursday.
Lieutenants 'Pardee and Hall of Port
DoiiKlas will entertain .a narty of about
a score or vouiifr people this eyonliiK at
the Orpheum with a supper later, tho
'if fair bcin? In honor of Miss raun- and
Msa Cutler, who arc visitors at the
post. f -
Mr and Mrs. r;ee Charles Miller will
Issue" Invitations within n few days for
evenluK affair for Miss "Bonnie Miller,
to be given December ljit their home.
MIp Al'lon Vouns: will cnlertnin a. party
of" friends at-a. buffet luncheon wltn a
kensliiKton following next Saturday at
hor home in Tied Kutto Hollov.
Dr and Mrs. IS. L. Jones, formerly
of this city, but now of Seattle, will ho
hero today and will behests of Mrs. P..
B Owens at 'Jot) Douclas avenue. 1 hey
are returning" from a trip to Xcw York.
The faculty of the Collegiate institute
has Issued Invitations for a muslcalc to
be "iven nest Friday evening In Ferry
hall. The prouramme will he Kiven by
Mrs Kflhcr Allen Caw and Miss Linn.
Willi Miss Alice !arlln as accompanist.
Miss Norlnno Thompson entertained
RUn of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
DR. T. Follx Gouraud' Orlontal
Cream or Magical Boautlflor.
r r.troorei Tan. Plnrlei,
s-3 y- rnt cTf.T blcmbh
Z UPI lja4tooii tht lt
ti3 y.V -J I G)J of 65 vef nd
3 -t! a V p& U no nannlew nit
jv2-K X -C laetalttob()urlt
-i Si Ih I i j.rcprrly made.
f ft I Accerm'counl':r'
fpVwWrV J fi7re (iM to
3TU--SrT J; J I Udr of tbt hwt-
ySfJ ;Jt ) ton (a Vtln.V:
I y J is, w-' wm xva tbtiDj
FEBDJiHOPKlHS k SON, Propi.37 GrUonej St.,H.T.G,
aw Ml Res!!
"SfoWALNUm HAIR STAIN" !
iiiHV ih or rub olU Con-
or wo v,tll .end ? o Triul g" iraJ-uV2E
larsn b1c (Mslit "?'?, r3P,i,,Jr Bend tho yellow
joiT't kI II cnd direr mwi from a druwlst
wprwTrlve you'" hS -Sli bottle for tiouiluc
sola hj ticliramm.Joluiso,UruL--'-wrca
WILL RAPE'S DIAPEPSP REALLY
cure my mm mm m
If Your Stomach Is Sick. Sour, Gassy aud Upset Now You
Can Surely Get Relief! in ITivc Miuutcs.
Sour. Jsiclc upsol stomach, iudiestion.
iica ri burn, dyspepsia; wlicu the food vou
caL Jcnuonlu into'asc.s and stubborn
lumps; your iiearl aclics aud you I'ccl
sick and miserable, that's when you
realize the magic in Pane's Dinpepsin.
Tt makes stomach distresa o in five
Jf your stomach h in a continuous
revolt if yon can't "et it regulated,
please, for your own sake, trv Dinpcpsiti.
It's so nocdlohs to have a bad stomach
inaKc your uciL meal a favorite food
a parly of young- people delightfully at
a tea at her home Sunday afternoon.
i a a
Mr. Rica vd entertained s. party of uun?
people lad cvnnlnir ai the smelters for
the A. Si. aud 11. with a uuppcr later.
The Qulhgcnta club will bo entertained
this afternoon by Miss Houe Raybould
at her home. 7- West Sixth South street.
Mrs. A'eroua Pollock Roach will he the
uest during tho remainder of the neck
of Mr. and. Mrs. A. G. Andrews at their
home on Q street-
Miss Emma McLaury, who is abroad,
spent the month of October in 3Iollund.
Miss l-'lorenee J'owcll will entertain the
members of the UHlikca club this c cu
A ftuirt wedding of Saturday was that
of Miss Rhea IF. Dm so and Albert K.
Lyon, which look place at St. Paul ?
church n the presence of a few of tho
moMt Ijitlimtlo friends of the young
people. Tho Rev. Ward "V. lieeso oil l
clafd. Mr. and Mrs. Lyon will be at
home, shortly in I he Holland apartments.
Tho Tourist section of the Ladies' Lit
erary club will meet this morning at the
club house, when Mrs. G. B. "Wilson will
give a paper on "Limoges and the Por
i, ( .v
The Wasatch Literary club will meet
this afternoon with Mrs. V). Stockman.
7S0 Eighth avenue, when Mrs. 15. Havx
hnrsl. Mrs. Maya and Mrs. Earl Illgson
will s've the programme.
.. a- (i
Miss KatherJnc Murphy entertained a
party of more thu.n a score of young peo
ple jjundav night at a Dutch supper, for
Miss Marcaret Collins, recently homo from ;
the coast.' Mrs. Lou T. Fldlcr chapcioucd
the young people.
An nlaborato supper was given J-ldco
ovning at lhe home of Mlsi' Hazel Lar
son. 27JI .South State street, in honor
or Mr. and Mrs. James K. Tregesgle. v.-ho
will leave, shortly for Florida, The rooms
were decorated in pink and white. Mr.
and Mrs. Tregeaglo were prctJcnted with
pink and white carnations Those pres
eni wc-e Mr. and Mrs. James 10. Tre
geagle. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt 10. Mills, the
Misses Has-.el Larson, Sarah Gayler. Belle
Bird. Joale Ilaus. lone Blackburn, Loulso
Powers, Anne Warner, Mary Desmond,
Marlon Desmond, the Messrs. Owen.
Tucker. V. J'. Larson. Harry Ruinph, Wil
liam Carter. Lee Stewart, Arthur Greg
gorv, H. P. Larson. Robert Stoker,
Sleplien Latlmc.r. Music was enjoyed un
til a late hour.
The ladies of the TUff M. li. church will
meet this morning at 10 o'clock at the
church to make their' mincemeat.
CHICAGO GETS OLD
BOOKS FROM ZION
More than oO.OOO volumes of ic:ct books
used In tho Salt T.ako public schools,
some old and dilapidated, others com
paratively now. according to the tenden
cies of the little masters and mistresses
thv have served, were shipped to Chi
cago yesterday by the board of educa
tion. Mosl or the consignment represents ex
change for new books and the others
have been rold outright to d-alers In
second-hand books. The hooks have been
in use in I he public schools for five ears
and were discarded when the texl book
committee of the board made its new
selections lasl spring.
A saving amounting to r.cvoral thou
sand dollars Is achlced by selling and
exchanging the old books, rather than
discarding them to the scrap heap.
MRS. W1TCHER PLANS
! CLEAN OFFICIAL SLATE
When Mrs. Margaret Zane WHelu-i
countv clerk, steps down from her official
post January J that office will .have an
absolutely clean slate for the first lime
In Its history. ,
For several months Mrs. Witehcr has
been endeavoring to have all departments
under her direction brought up to date
In the matter of work and records. When
sho took the office many of the records
were as much an six months behind ano
It has required strenuous effort to over
come the handicap.
"We arc planning to turn over the i of.
flee with a perfectly clean .datc. Mrs.
Wil'chcr said yesterday. "Tho probate
department and others tnat were con
spicuously behind when T came into oi
f'ce are nov.-..pracllcally up to date or as
near as is possible."
GUARD MOUNT DRILL
BEGUN BY STUDENTS
The crack sound of the high school ca
dots commenced work yesterday on the
pnard mount exhibition, to be sr von at
the stale teachers' convention. The boys
were a little ragged In the detail." but
this might be expected as they have not
'.tteniPtcd tho mount since early last
fpHng After the drill Captain Basset t
raid that he believed tho boys would bo
fn their old form by Monday next. The
drill will be given In the Dcscrot gym-
us urn at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon for
the benefit of the State Teachers asso
ciation" which HI meet in tho city for
the annual convention
TO BUY POTATOES
I) IF. Ckrlstenson. superintendent or
Hie nub !p schools, received a letter from
Andrew K. rieatson. a truest, fit the Hotel
T-f.i. 'estcrduy. containing Su as n coii
hibuiiontoHie potato "fund" n the pub-
n(MrC''l"eatso writes that he hasn't any
"fim h'if " but unless the nrlco has raised
p v ho thinks Si" w 1 buy a rouple
of 6 -e11"! ro compliments the. school
nrlhoiillcH on their plan of hylns each
eidld contrlbule two potatoes nhanksglv
fr" diU -'or distribution among Iho poor
of ' the" city.
I New Examinations.
1 M'lif Tilted States civil acrvlcc commts
r .,nn i,jH the follow rig examlpnliou?
tm e "held In wl cltv at the federal
I " , L", the following dates:
bUn 'rToee mber ll. dental-inliTiie fmade).
. konfenllcc engraver (male);
nrh i December 1 1-12. assistant
'rhemist 1S- llmhV 0Btlm?sur
i fmale). -
School Directory Out.
mm official school directory for
rnu 8C jwiicd yesterday by the
'Jri if education. U s a neat little
)l,3!lt hmii i brown, stiff cover and
booklet houiia hi m - f jT,formaton
Scrnltlg n" SwonC,,eI of the public
meal, then take a little Diapcpsiu. Tiicro
will not be anv distress cat without
fear. li 's bcc.ouKo Papc'n Diapcpsin
''really ilos'' tegiilah; weak, out-of-order
stomachs that yives it it's mil
lions of sales annually.
Got a larce fl fly-cent case of Papo's
Diajicpsin from a'ny drug storc. It 13
the (luielccKl. surest, atoniacli relief aud
cure known.' It acts almost like magic
It is a scientific, harmless aud de
lightful preparation which truly belongs
i in every home-.
Salt Lake Statistics I
William W. Austin and Hannah r Shcl
ton. both of fait Lake.
V.enjamln V'ciuzoppean and Kate Cal
alnay, both of Garland.
Frederick W. Brooks and Lucrctla Dun
lop, both of Salt Luke.
A. AY. Hervcy and Matilda S. Sorcnscn,
both of Salt Luke.
Georgo Ifredcrick Weldncr, 104 Fayette
Leonard Duff In. 7-1:: Jackson street, boy
Haskell Merrick, rear G21 South Main
Ceorgc L. Williams, 311 Giant street,
Park Kenncr, 111 .N'orth Pirst Y'esl
Frank J. Tavy, rj73 Xorth Third Y est
November IS. 1P1-. Royal Ivor Carlson.
-'26 West Hal Icy avenue. 2 ycara, chronic
November 17. J PI 2, Amunda. Stanrod,
I5." North Third "West street, 40 years,
November 17. UD2. George Karoasakis.
St. Marks hospital, 22 years, general
November 17. 1012. Fllr.abelh Siegcl,
Holy Cross hospital, SK years, Hcnlllty.
Novemher 10. 3 012. Nclllo F. Froncon,
4HS South Ninth East street, 1 day, prc
November 11, 1H12. William Adamson,
St. Mark's hospital. OS years, cancer.
November J.I, 1P12. Florence A. P
i Holt", corner Grant and Gllllsple streets,
!)1 years, heart disease.
November IS, in 12. Clarence Morton, L.
D. S. hospital. It days, pneumonia,
, November 11. 1P12. George Panlclan
lanakls St. Mark's hcspllal, 'M yi-ars. per
itonitis. November IS, 1PI2. Dorothy A Jones.
170 Kant Seventh South street, 3 years,
November J I. 1!M2. John C. Sullhan,
7-1 oly Cross hospital. -17 years, lobar pneu.
New C orporations
Filed with the county clerk :
Hope Mine Development company; prin
cipal office Salt Lako City. Capital stock.
$300,000, shares at $1 each; Theodore
Whltclv. president; "Wendell P. Slayson,
first vice president; "William .1. Leaker,
second vice president: F. O. Horn, sec
retary; C. XV- Johnson, treasurer.
' rowder just Hbii
Iff Complexion Powder i
stayn on end retalng Its dcHcatotcent untllu
you romove it. Cnrmea In different iti
doesn't 'Vhow powder:" its 1130 Iflrofined and I
it lends thosoft. refrcubiar, early-morn' com
plexion of joyous youth. ItbcnofiusthoBkln I
la "different" and pure. Jl
Vl Pinlc,WkUa.FlcskandCreayntxnt3at jl
Vv your QniQCiifl nr Department Siore. If
Toilet Size 50e.
C" Carmen Cold Cream
banefits rouch. irritated skin. Snow-whito
non-sticky. tSo and 35c
Schramm - Johnson, DrUj3, "Tbo
Nevcr-Subslltutors," fi good stores
C1E ON CHEEK
Started in Pimples. Nearly All One
Cheek Solid Sore. Very Fretful.
Used Cirticura Soap and Oint
ment. Face All Healed Up.
ICinBsIcr, Midi. "Last Mry roy thir
teen mouths' old haby had a core como on
her cbout. It started in four or Ave small
plmplcn and in two or
throe hours' timo spread
'I vJ ; to tbn 6,10 of a sTcr do1"
Jliv 'r IPcadtbcrej'o,
'tv 'rnen crater would run
'fx XQy' rrom tuo Ploiples and
I'fCjJrV J MrrTl "nhwever tUot touched it
Vfin caUse moro sorea until
' v".-' noarly til one chuck and
.1 " 'lil j irp her SDstrllB were ono
j f solid sore. ShorrasTcry
i'tjj I fretful. Sho ccrahdy
pTC!2 J!M xras a torrihki lookhyj
r5 to bo of any uso. Then
I got fiotao Cutlcura. Soap and Cutl
cura Olaunont. She tried to rub off
overytbinc t;o put on so that wo would rlt
and hold her lianriu fcr two hour. at a time,
trying to give tho raodtdao a clianco to help
hor, but after 1 Trashed it,iUh CuUcurf. Soap
and tiion put on ttio Cuticunv Ointmnnt;
they aeemcd to sootbo bor aud hn did not
try to rub them off. Jt was only a few
days befcro her faco was all healed up.
and there kaa been no return of the troublo
cince. "We thought t'oat buby'n faco would
surely bo ec&rrnd. bub It la not." (Signed)
Mrs. "W.J. Cleland. Jtn. 5. 1913.
Cuticura Goap and Cntlcara Ointment nro
Bold Ihroughont, Uio world. Liberal sample of
Koch mailed free, with a2-p. fikm Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura. Dopt.T. Bonton."
xaj-Tnndcr-facerl acn should uso Cucura
Soap Shaving Stick, Sc. 5iniple ftcef
3 Mend Ourflrt Heedlecraf t School Tuesdays and Fri days-9 to 1 1 , 3 to 5 O'clock 1
Ml Children's Clasa Saturdays, 9 to 12.
$ Lessons Free Our only stipulation is that pupils buy their materials from us H
I Join How and do Your Christmas Fancy Work A Most GompetenUnsiruc ior in Charge H
THAT 83 SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE I
WOES UHMfiTSHABLE, QUALITY BHHflTCHABLE. flSSORTMEBTiuHMflTCHABLE 1
The Sale commonced yesterday vith a "SNAP" and a "GO" that promises us a banner week. H
Hundreds bought black silks for Christmas. Hundreds bought for porsonal needs. All H
were loud in their praise of the remarkable values and little wonder, when you stop to con- H
sicler the fact that prices aro actually less than we ourseves would pay for these silks at the I
mill had they been purchased in a regular way. The loss, however, is the maker's, noj, I
ours. YOU profit the most. Notice the prices. I
j! OVER 7500 YARDS OF OVER 3D00 YARDS OF OVER 1000 YARDS OF I !
H Blac Taffeta Silks Black Satin Puchess Silks Crvsxa!s, Ottoman and M '
H 1d!d?'.G5.c.!.aJ: 1t!V.1.d.c'.?.yaL.....39c Bcngaine Black -ilks I
H "Ify?"6' 48c ify'7ocvk' 4gc 3yf5::!$l.48 j
m 27i'y T d0' 9Uc VaL 9c 2iVld0'nc';a,'V;;55c 36a?,,.??:0.T!I"..$1.98 1
m sa i,;. Wid;; Vlot v; s6 vnde, 30JiTdCt ?2,3 val- $ i .3 e
2 M-Jil at, yd 30 iVwld ' gio- .;aV. ' afi
3G in. -wide, $1.35 val. QQ 3(5 iu. -wide, $1.75 vnlQ -a ?a at, yd SPOJL H
m at, yd 93t at, yd SJJi.Sf OVER 1000 YARDS OF
m SGVd?'.Vrh 98C OVER 5000 YARDS OF BhcK fiolfe Silks
M OVER 2200 YARDS OF Black PeaU de SoiC. SilkS Very suporior, high grade quality, B ; "
Wi Black Messalins ilks 27 in. wdc, $1.25 vai. G6t icie' 5?Slo vai.c' 60 1
i 21ad.idc:.75.v!L 53c 3sV5ivr.65-viiv- e8c ''qq H
i " crd0:.,?.L35. !'?! 89c 36yvdde:,l1:75vaI'S1.22 SALE CONTINUES I
j 9C ALL OF , JS WEEK 1
1 Tfee Great Manufacturers' Sale of Lace Curtains Piters IPositSve Savings H
1 of One-Third to One-Half in the Bewest and gj&ost Wanted Styles 11
It's an ideal assortment from which to choose for Christmas giving a fresh, new stock 9
S and prices one-third to one-half below our usual low quotations. Sale continues all of this N
Wj week. Third floor. H
i CABLE WET AND SCOTCH WET CURTAINS H -j;.
m 750 CURTAINS 91'50 CURTAINS 77c :00 CURTAINS ffi fr M
IH in thin sale, pair in this Halo, pair tf iu this sale, pair .oOO IH
M $1.00 CURTAINS QC Tfe $2.00 CURTAINS Ci f "B Q $3.25 CURTAINS ffi M
Dl in this sale, pair 2IL- in this sale, pair jpjLM.O jn this sale, pair... asJLc.OCJ H
m 50c CURTAINS 9T 52-50 CpSTAINS flJU QCJ $4.50 CURTAINS RSg M
in this sale, pair &L in this sale, pair in this sale, pair ... 3 ,
1 Scrim Curtains-Special Brussels let Curtains Arab Lace Curtains j
I 1$ $i.89 ?TpSs. $6,60 ?is?p5 $9-9 I ;f;
1 It $2,4 fpK8 ... $7.9 t?1If PU.ES. ...$11-85
IH ' .Third l;,loor Third Floor Third Floor u . ;
H HOME MADElOWHEOliETf 1 :"
cto Try our coffee none better ser.v.?-2il2 MiMMMrmTMmBiMBiiM in iwi in i n in iwil
j is every man. woman and child
who has nuniov to hie credit in I
i the Batik, licenlar deposits help
to establish tlirift, ouo o tho I
most important liablis iu Uio up- I
I building o character. You arc R
cordialh- invited to open an ac- 3
count -with us. I
1 Per Cent lu I crest Paid
on Savings Accounts. H
j Accounts of &1.00 and up
' accepted. I
Continental National Bank 1
Snlt Lako City, Utah.
The Denver & Rio Grande
Elective May 10, 1012.
Provo. Mnntl, Marysvalo S:00 a. m.
Mldvnle and BliiKhum, 7:45 :u in.
Denver. Cnlcago and East S:So u. m.
Park City - S:20 a. m.
Ordcn and intcnncdhito points. 10:Uj n. in.
Ofjdcii. San Frnnolaeo, Portland 12:S0p. :n.
Ocdcii. San Francisco, Portland. 2:15 p. in.
Mldvulu una Bingham 2:15 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and East 5:20 p.m.
Provo, Snrlnsvlllc, Tlntle -1:50 p. m.
Denver, Chlcuvo and Knst 7:00 1. m.
0"dcn. Portland and Seattle. . .11:10 p. in.
Ogdci), Pan Francltjcu, Loh
AtiReluH S;10 a. m.
Tlntle, Sprlnevlllc. Provo 10;t'0 a, m.
BlnKlmm and Mldvale 10:30 a. m.
Denver, Chicago and Eawt. . . . ..i;-':2u p. m.
Ofjdcn and Intcrmedlato points. 2:10 p. m.
Denver, Chicago rind Kant. .... 2:30 p. m.
Ordcn. San Francldco and West 4;5p, m.
Parh Clt and lntcrmedlat
r.lnghaui und Ildvale .i:J0 p. m.
Provo, Mautl. AlaryHvalo G0 p. in.
Osden Sun Fr.Mit Uey, Portland G:UU p. m.
Ueiner, OhU-asTi and l-:at . .10..)Up. in.
Phone Wasatch 2326.
That Make That Turkey I a
Taste Lots Better. 1
Savory Roasters are sanitary, self -basting, and K
make things taste like mother used to make. I 1m
DON'T WAIT. HAVE A SAVORY DELIV- M
ERED TODAY. I W
Tfic alf fralfe 1
. , 1 ins
THE0S0PHICAL LECTURE 1
Mrs. Mario B. Kussak, oL't'ieiul iiiternntiounl lecturer, B
Theosopliical sociciy, will talk from the occultist stamlpoinl on M
the subject "Life After Death," at Unity hull, Tuesday, jffl
November 19, S:15 p. m. Admission '2oc. flj
. 3Ira. Kussak is kuown all over the el i Liccl world as a l
lecturer on occult subjects.
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