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'J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 19 1 2. 5
ifHERKV party of young people
ffcnjoyeil the Orphoutn perform
;wicc last evening as guests of
m'; Lieutenant Austin M. Pardee
anil Lieutenant Charles P. 1IH
ijfclDouglas. Tho party v;i8 ehap
Hty Jlrs.- Frederick C. Kollond und
X. Miss Culler and Miss Maury
K post. .Miss Dcnlsc Kiirriok, Miss
Ktt Walker, Miss Uencvc Savage.
JlTurraret Diino. ImIhs Norlnno
Vro, Mlaa Josephine C:unpl)cll,
kclle Clark. Miss Florence llnllo
fcaptnln Kclloiul, Mr. Perkins. Dr.
.ft nnd Lieutenants I'ndcrwond,
'm 'Cotton. 'Sehultz. Weaver and
JftThe young pcoplo wore paired
H'tinlniio way, I ho men drawing
Vm'ta of tlie you iir ladles from a
A, determine part Tuts. Following
W&r the puny enjoyed a supper in
rtfl room at the Hotel Utah.
Bkurlace of Mis? Florence Holmes
nniam Rafter will uko place this
K at 10 o'clock at St. .Mary's ca
iM'Wtlh onH- Hie relatives and a fi:-sv
pMtst friends U witness the ccr
H,r. The youncr people will go to
dhest and after .bin nary 1 they
Be; In their own home at" "White
iWaali., where thev have a large
rrchard. Miss Holmes spent some
Wfctrc a few years ag' and has a
circle nf trinmls among the yotmsr
"jillhouph for the past few years
u lived In the northwest.
Cl'tali club will givp the second
.of Its aerial tonight at the Motel
K i ctles which promises much in
Mbtnl wny in tho dancing events
Mt winter. This year no formal
n committee wHl he on hand
tli event, but the ladies of nil tho
Ktc, the prlnio movers In organ
mSat club last year, will he on hand
Hjtomc tho puesty.
B1 changes are in contcmplnllon
Vt Douglas. Lieutenant Philip G.
Jwn having been ordered to Fort
iKorth for school dnlv and Cap
'1T' IT T detailed to ttin
Francisco on special duly. This will
liikc away fiom the posl two of the best
known families of the new regiment, as
Mrs. Wrlghlson and Mi Pond arc both
The music section of the Ladies' 1,11
raiy' Hub will meet this afternoon at
U o'clock in tho club house. The meet
ing will be under the direction of Mrs.
A. M. J 'en body. Mrs. V. A. Wef.cll.
Mrs. i'. r. Dally. Mrs. J, W. Curl Is and
Mrs. F. 8- Murphy. A number of well
known musician:! will lake part in the
Mrs. II. i roivloy ontorla (nod Sunday
evening at a dipner for her niece, Miss
ICdna Prince of Oakland, at her home,
112 1 F sheet, nt which a half dozen
friends were entertained. Mrs. Ilorslc.Vs
daughter, Mrs. Marjorlo Newman, as
sisted In entertaining' the quesls. who
were Mr. and Mrs L. Foreman. Mr. and
Mrs. Hoy Foreman. Miss 12. Sellers and
Mrs. Florence Whitman.
The inp.rrlage of MIsb JCIsIe Z.wleky nnd
William FJdririge Stanton will lake, place
this evening at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. .lames F. Marshall, I'l K street, only
the most Intimate friends and relative:!
being present to witness the ceremony.
The art section of the Toadies Literary
club will mefl this morning at the usual
hour at the clubhouse. Mrs. IS. O. Lee
will present the topic, which la on Ber
nini and Canova.
The Clcefsm will meet this nflernoon
with Mrs. W. C. McDonald a I her home,
IH'O First avenue, when Miss AUco Wells
will prcEcnt "The Middle Medieval Period
in German History.
Miss 3-lazol ITolmes, an aLtraelivo
vouiisr girl who whb the guest a. year or
so a so of Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Sowles.
has returned to tho city and Is with
her mother at s"o. 3, the Caithness aparl
Mrs. A. 15. Hyde. Jr., has so far re
covered from a serious Illness that she
has been removed from the L. D. S.
IJASCSff G POWDER
;r Cooking is a matter which con-
cerns the whole family, and under
modern methods and conveniences j
'j jt is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested, if not I
I taking part in it. I
i "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is
I excellent," says the father. 4 I made them,"
says the daughter, and both father and j
daughter beam, with pleasure. x J
It is a crime, with our modern agencies, f
' helps and facilities, to have soggy biscuit, or
Wooden cake, or leaden pastry.
1, Royal Baking Powder has made home
baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
best cooking today the world over- is
done with its aid.
? GAURORNIA Pi
ffi4 HO jELSHEAUTH'STd Wm
l a) winter. resqrtsS
"Tlltl CENTER OF ALU WINTER
ATTRACTIONS AND SOCIAL
CLOSE TO Tflt BEAUTIFUL SURF
LONG BEACH, CAL.
The ino.-'l superbly Militated hostolry
In all America. Affords Usurious -I'ominodii
lions .for J00 gusts and Is
nolr.d (he world over for ils excel
lence in cuisine and thoroughness of
HOTEL VIRGINIA is casllv a-"os3l-blc
!.i the FAMOUS VIRGINIA
COUNTRY CLUB, nialntp Ininsr tlo
most pb-iuicsuuc golf links In tho
wct. Winter balblim. yachting, ten
nis, hoi-.;e back riding, sconie roads
for moloilng and crry trutdoor sport
and ivc-cal'un. Writ for descrip
tive folder and rates to Carl Stanley,
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF HOTEL
411) West Broadway, Long Beach, Cil.
Two and three-room apartments,
elegantly furnished, private baths,
steam heat and every modern con
venience. WIdo verandas, sun par
lors, flowers. Fvciy apartment a
"Utile, Home." Fcpip.blo winter climate-
Moderate rates. Write for
rates and reservations.
hospital to her home, 1"S7 Second ave
nue. t- i.
Mrs. .Tnmcn Ilogle will bo the hostess
today at a luncheon at the Motel Utah
for a large company of her friends, the
affair being tho second In a scries.
The members of St. "Mark's parish will
hold a social this evening In the Sunday
school rooms of I he church, to which all
Ihcir friends will be welcomed.
"raJor Willis Ulinc is solllcd at the
post, nnd for tho present Is the guest
of Major Mauley. Mrs. Ulinc will not
be here for some Mine.
.Dr. E. H. Conger, Dontist.
Somiioformo used for oxlracliont
prices reasonable, work guaranteed; 218
Keama building, Wasatch 1)32.
Sale and supper Wednesday,-November
20. Sale, 3 p. in.; supper, G::S0 p. 'in.
Unity ball, J.'JS Soulli Second East.
Salt Lake Statistic
Ft cd crick rinborounh. rear ISO South
EiKbth L5a.t. boy.
Toby Angelo, 13Go West boulh '.tem
ple, girl. .
Albert Manermann, Kedwood road.
James Harrison. No. lo'nlon avenue.
North Fifth West. hoy.
1'harlcn Quince Bartlctt, 903 AN est 11 rati
November 13." 101". Samuel McKay. 'I'M
West North Temple. 73 years. Ccrhho
sls of liver.
November IS. 101 i.'. F.dward II. bcChcm
luant. US 1 West North Temple. CG years.
November IS. l12. Charlotte K. TCos
botlom. 1351 Ninth I2a3t, 0 years. Senile
Orla E. Seymour, ICsthcr Newswondcr,
Oakle;'. . r ,
Sharp Gillespie. TSva Giles. Salt Lake.
David Rule. Fanny C Parker, Salt
k'ltobcrt II. Wilson.' Jiclphia NIaonecr,
llcrbert F. Hanks, La Verne Johnaon,
Spanish Fork. ,,,,.
Alvln W. Kulc. Lonore HisKmsoii.
MolvliNolnon, Ucutha Oldficld, Pleas
ant Grove. , , , . , '
William W. llafter. Florence Holmes.
WMtn Salmon, Ida.
Amasa It. Howard. Robcnia Lllls,
Foal Estate Trausfcrs.
Ulchard Jarvis to Anna .Turvls, part
part lot 5, block 20. five-acre plat
A 5 1
Tlxmms SfTuircs to L. Chrlutensen.
pari lot 2, block 13.", plat O y
Lucv Smith to F.llr.a. Harrison, uart
section "l. township - south, ratine
Gcorxe F. Palmer to, Laura J'ulmcr.
lol 2. block 1, ICelHcy & Glllesplo
Prudential Ucalt Co. loJohn Hen
derson, lot 14, block .. amended
and extended rial Laurolhurst. . 1
Georr.c M. Cannon Co. to Nancy C.
nohn. lots 2 and 2S. part -0.
block- 7. b'orcat Dale -iu
Ilonora TUmlm to D- G. Kcllcy. lots
S. block '2. Dcskys addition ...... o
Cannon & Cannon to Josenn Olle.
lots and 30. block 2. Hill Crcat. 325
GeorT" E. Smth to Charlco P.
Dewey, part lot 1, block 11. plat
nitlia ' P' ' SchcttVcr to GcorVft V.
Smith, part lot 1. block 11. plat
T ..... .,......,'-'. 10
t miiK " Harris to Ulchard Davis., lot
S block I. Contract subdivision.. 300
u-' s McCornlck to Lillian Fran-clsi-o.
lots 3S to 40. blook 0, Cell-
I trnl Psrk ' 0
t Prudential Ucally Co. l Thomas
J Poll is. Part block 11. Empire ud-
I Ezra Thompson 'to Fllr'a p" 'T'roVhl'e.'.
1 part block 139. plat A.......... 1
' VoVtern Pacific Townoltc Co. to
Largc3i Resort Hotel In the West.
WILL OPEN NOVEMBER 3RD for
season of flvo mouths. New European
Plan lUnlnt; Room. Uwn Golf
Course and Tenuis Courts have been
aiided to the many' entertaining fea
tures cf the grounds. Hotel Orcrn i"
noted for Its i-uslne iul blp'i social
patronape. For colored booklet and
i-t..R write HAV1D B. PLUMEU. Mir
, y MOST SCENIC RIDE
liliMil ' IN Y0UR AUTOMO
D BLE IN SOUTHERN
LOS ANGELES TO
SANTA MONICA, BY THE SEA.
Noted for Its c.wcllenl table and
imMculIed service. C crlookn tbe
oei.-an and the Silver Pallisaden. Write
for folder to G. IJ. Sapper, manager.
OWN A WINTER HOME AT
Jiii M-A jk. liit!&
On main line Santa Fe railwav be
tween Los Anpclcs and San Diego,
the mceca of the California tourist.
Home ot Hie BEAUTIFUL STRAT.
FORD INN. overlooking the ocean.
Finest roads for motoring In tho
I southland. Every outdoor sport and
amusement. Write for colored folder
and full data, pertnluln? to our beau
tiful homo files South iVust Land
Co., Kerch hoft" Bldg., Los Angeles.
Jfercbants, prot'cssional idod, clerks,
accountants, chauffeurs, stcnographoni,
department managers, business xpocial
ials cn obtain new oijportunitiea,
greater efficiency by tbo dally stndy of
THE WANT ADS.
J. E. Chndwirk, lot S el at.. West
ern Pacific addition GOO
John M. Breeze and wife to Georpo
A. KnowIcT, part lot 'I, block 3,
plat B 1730
Edward A Swenson and wifo to
William Thomas, part lot 1, block
S. plat H 10
15. ,fc M. Inv. Co. to O. .f. nusnius
sen. lol 1, blocl; S, Fremont
A. T. Thorpo to .T. A. Fiitsch. part
lot o". block 17, five-ncr plat A... 10
F. R. Polls and wife to C J. Rosa,
part lot 1. block -12, plat 11 10
Mrs. Hannah W. Ek to William
Chrlstopherson. lots ft to 12, block
30, Sandy Station , 375
The .Towisli La. lies' Aid society will
hold a bazaar on Main street, south
of Walker Bros, dry goods storo tlio
week beginning Monday, November JS.
A ruminago salo will bo held in tlio
nsbcnibly ball oJ t ho Fourteenth ward
Thursday at JO o'clock by the lloliol'
Ivow is tbc right timo to plant
liyacintlis, tulips, narciBStis and crocus.
Reduced prices. Vogolcr'a Seed Store.
Weather forocast for Salt Lake City
and the state or Utah: Cloudy Wednes
day: rain or snow Thursday.
Comparative, wcathor data at Salt Lako
City. November 10, .1912.
Highest temperature today wan 60 de
crees: hlKhcst in this month since 1S71
was 71 decrees: lowest la.sl night was
37 degrees, lowest this month since 1S7
was 2 degrees: mean temperature for
today was -IS desrties- normal was 30 de
grees, accumulated excess sinoo t.ho llrsL
of the month is 5R degrees: accumulalcd
dcHciency slnco January J Is 300 de
grees; relative humidity at G a. in. to
day was B0 per cent: relative humidity nt
6 p. in. today was 27 per cent.
Total prucipltutlon for the twenty-four
hour ondlng at G p. m. was none; total
for this month to dale Is 1.01 Inches: ac
cumulated excess for this month to date
Is .10 of an inch: total precipitation since
January 1 to date is 17.70 Inches; accumu
lated excess since January 1 Is 3.15 Inches.
Sun rises 7:22 a. m.: sun sets 5:00 p. m.,
November 20, 1912.
W BATHER OBS K R.VATIONS.
3 H SS.
? '-'I 2."
r : r ?' !
SALT LAKE r.rif-GO ::7 .00
ROlsc -H S ) .01
Cheyenne -IS f.S ::2 .00
Chicago 56 601 40 .00
Denver "2 62 32 .00
Dcs Molncs V.2 ....
Dodge City 51 C8 32 .00
Dululh H 51 2S ,00
Ditrango 40 54 22 .00
Grand Junction 2 4S 21 .00
Havre 52 00 i
Helena 46 5S 42 .00
Huron 4fi ' fi4 24 .00
Jacksonville 5S 70 44. .00
Kansas City GO G4 42 .00
Lander 3S 50 00
Los Angoles CO 72 5G ,00
Modena Ifl Si 2fi .00
Moorhead 18 GO 22 .00
New Orleans 00 GS 52 .00
New York 4C 50 30 .00
North Platte 50 6S 22 .00
Oklahoma 53 70 40 .00
Phoenix P8 74 i0 .00
iPocat.illo , 4i3 52 3C .00
Portland. Or 50 52 50 .21
Kuplri City G - GC 3fi .00
ItoHchurg 48 IS 43 .9S
San Diego (2 5G .00
SL Louis C4 (id ) .00
St. Paul ..' "0 HO 3G .00
Sun Fuinclsco .. 58 54 .11
Seattle R o0 IS ,5G
Sheridan SS 52 2S .00
Spokane jS .( 41 .00
Tonopah 4S 30 3S .00
WashlntJlon l0" GO 2S .00 .
WllHstou 44i .14 32 .00
Wlnngiimeca I 4Ql 00 2Ql .05
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lYAflD-WSPE BLACK SiLKSj f
M VaSiaes That Set a New Price Pace-UNEQUALED SAVINGS 9 i i
SI PuroI,sing over 20,000 yards of black silks at ono clip gave us price concessions that make Q '
H it possible for you to buy at less than the usual mill cost. Anticipate your Christmas and H jtjj'-,
g personal needs. Now is great buying time at the "BIG STORE." B i,;!1;
i YARD-WIDE BLACK YARD-WIDE BLACK YARD-WIDE BLACK 1 $'(
I MESSflUHE SILKS Peau Be Soie SILKS Taffeta SILKS Il
1 esc Mff?.B......$i.gg ws.B..!...;;!!!!".98cl
m YARD-WIDE BLACK YARD-WIDE YARD-WIDE BLACK 1 ,;
I MGmS SILKS Crystals, Ottoman and Satin BWESS ?,im I , jj
iwftyvUES i-9 Bengalee Black Silks v 89cl i
...$1.59 ,2gTY,r5.....$L48 $1g?uss, jsi.29 $i
H ALL SUNDAES AND ICE CREAM SODAS 5c at our Fountain Main' Floor. fe
Truth Is Mighty
And Will Prevail
Salt Lake City. Utah, Dec. 12, 1911.
This is to certifv that wo lin vo used ouo
hottlc of each Oil of Edon and Sweet
l Spirits of Eden tu I ho family for rhen-
matism, stomach, kidney and nervous
J troubles, and cjhid to say they aro all
that is claimed of tbe.ni.
Jl. T. SIMPSON. I36r, YV. 1st iVorth.
j Gives a Feeling
f of Scciu-Ji.y to
irJAll Eyeglass .
Wcarfirs. Hm) ?'
Woinon May Voto.
Tr.rSNTON. N. d , Nov. The court
of errors nnd appeals has affirmed thJ
decision of the state supremo court hold
ing that women are not entitled under
the constitution of New Jersey to vote
for civil officers, presidential electors or
upon questions submitted to the people.
They are, however, permitted to voto at
Suffragists have heretofore claimed that
women were entitled to voto under the
state constitution of 177G. and that this
right was Improperly taken away In 1SS1.
Arraign. Woman Today.
S13DAX.IA, :Mo.. Nov. ID. Mr?. Tansy
Ellen Leah, who confessed in Los An
geles to poisoning tw( Missouri women,
will be arraigned tomorrow charged with
murder In the first degroo and her con
fession introduced In evidence, according
to tho announcement of county officials
today. Mrs. Lcsh has not retained coun
sel and today said sho would not. Jn
response to tho urgent reuuest of his
prisoner, Sheriff Henderson today ordered
that no ministers or other church workers
be allowed to vlalt. her.
Probe Got-rlch-tiuick Scliemo.
BUFFALO. N. Y,, Nov. 19. A fodcral
grand jurv investigation into the work
ings of the alleged "got-rlch-uulck"
pranio Jn which seven arrests In varloua
eltloe wero made yesterday, was Ina.ug
urat'Kl here today by Donald Bain and
A. M. rainier, assistant United Slates
attorneys at Cincinnati, O. Twenty-five
witnesses have been summoned.
Ice Bridge Dangerous.
NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y Nov. m.Tio
popular bui perilous winter habit of cross
ing ice bridges at Iho Talis is prohibited
In" an ordinance Jusl passed by the park
Mine. Dalle's Beauty Hints
(From the Journal or Fashion.)
"To keep the akin clour, smooth, fair
and while use a complexion bcautliler
mado by dissolving a package o maya
tono In a half pint of witch hazel. Gently
massage face, neck and arms with this
In tho morning and it will hold nil day.
It prevents the growth of hair and will
not rub off or show llko powder, while
H gives a lovely, soft and youthful com
plexion. , ,
"To make thin, short eyelashes grow
ir. long, thick und silky, apply plain
pvroxin to the lash roots with thumb and
fororinger. Applying pyroxln to straggly
cvubrows will muke them long, silky and
darker in color. .... ,
"For cold in tho head or chest thcro 13
nothing better than Mother's Salve. It
is ea-sv to use and quick to act- Catarrh
Is a beauty dHStroyer, and MotherV
Salvo will relieve catarrh it anything
"Dull and lifeless hair maker a woman
look older thun she should. Dry sham
pooing makes the hair bright. Huffy and
clean. Put four ounces of orris root In a
fruit Jar, and mix It well with an original
nacknjre of thero:c. Sprinklo a. little on
the head once a week and brush out thor
oughly. This treatment clonuses tho
scalp and makes the hair lustrouii and
Wl,Siipcrlluons hairs arc humiliating, and
for those who 'leslre a hair remover, dela
tone to suggested. Make a posto with a
ittl delatouo and walor, cover the
halra: after a minute or two wash lhi
skin, und lb" hairs will be gono. This
treatment is sure, safe nnd spced."
, Feed your eyes at I5sv HI
SAGE TEA, USED B? OUR ill- I
MOTHERS TO DIM THE IIS I
Restores Gray Hair (o Natural
Color, Slops It from Coming
Out and Makes It Grow.
It is easier to preserve tho color of
tbo hair than to restoro it, :i!Miou!h it
is possible to do both. Our grand
mothers understood tbo secret. Tboy
mado a "sago tea," and their dark",
glossy hair Jonr after middle life was
duo to this fuel,. Our mothers have
gray hairs befoni they aro fifty, but
tlio' aro beginning lo appreciate the
wisdom of our grandmothers in using
"sagca' for tbeir hair and are fast
The present generation has tho ad-
vn tit age of tbc past in that it can get KHm
a ready-to-nsc preparation called Nvy- (BbBH
cth's Sage and Sulphur Hair .Remedy. (KHffl
As a scalp tonic and color restorer this ifiBflfl
preparation in vnstlv superior to tho Hfflifl
ordinary "saga tea' mado by our (SflD
Tho growl h nnd beauty of the bair fjPH
depends on a healthy condition of. tho IkUI
scalp. Wyetli's Sage and Sulphur JTair ISnRI
Remedy quickly kills tho daudriilf germs J 1W
which rob thi; hair of its life, color i 911
and lustre, makes tho scalp clean and j FbH
healthy, givos the hair Ftrougtb, color i nBjn
and beauty, and makes it grow. . j BH
(let a .r.("j cent bottle from your drug- LjHH
gist tndav Ke will givn vour money ;
back if y" n not tislied after a j SDH
fair trial. Agents, Schranim-.Tohnson, HuH
Dnrs. (Advertisement') "IjSj
I Commencing Wednesday morning, 150 Suits
bought for Cash at ridiculously low prices. I .
I Sizes 15 to 44. Prices $7.50 to $30.00. All I ;
, colors and materials. Evening Gowns and I & ;J !
Dancing Frocks at One-half Original Price. I
REMAINDER OF STOCK AT OFF I j
Charlton Cloak 8l Suit Co. I M
321 South Main Street. g 1