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title: 'The Salt Lake tribune. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1890-current, December 08, 1912, Second News Section, Page 17, Image 17',
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asj THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1912. 17 H
gtTTpo33JI inoJJ Patrnno)
Villlam T. Atkln; selection by
'tlI-T)iirU'ntli ward: "Thro' the
iy Love Jlau Spared Uh." In' the
fcy cth war I cliolr; sacra menial
l choir: organ voluntnry. Prof J. J.
'Hi i'" baritone boIo, "O I-ovinp; Fa
! V. H Huhsell: ouartetlo, "Hark,
X klv Soul." .Millie S. Kimball. Elen
" loni.n. B. A. Sear and Fred W.
"My lod Accept My Heart ThlB
FjUlFti Rlain'Iio Cozier and cliolr.
fe DHUif." .Millie S. Kimball and
f T toiiia: "Grant ls Peaee."
IIIJ. Wallace. Suslo Sclioflcld and
h Hotel Utah Concert.
picCklJan JIolcl Utah orchestra,
T by .MuMer Jlyman Deulseli.
Prof. Wlllard 11 'Weiho of the
Souse rvv.tory of Munie, and Ml.ss
Irk. HJjii'dno. of tho f'olonlal Stock
iy, n 111 render Hie following nro
B at the Hotel Utah lonlnlit at
;up. "JSAinpa." Harold: ''harac-
Oniulsuo." "Merulrna." U. tefc
faor.p. "IOSt Melody" (fSraff). by
Brie Kirk, tilccllon. "NaiiKhtv
0." Vn tur Herbert; "1'ndcr tin;
.from "Ultanilla." Snllo No. 1-a-riollu
koI". "Meimett," Heelhoven.
irch from '"flic Ktcrnal Waltz,"
k Recital at Tooclo.
plah Conservatory of Mualr gavo
faticees iful pupils' recital in tho
'bnera house, Tooele, TTtnli, last
y nlht. Tho pro;;rauinio TAas
ji of Toodn pupils of tho eonser
'TVlio were assisted by Mrs. f'lo
Pratt Larson, head of tho dra
irt department: Alls IvuM Iton
rocallsf, and AIIhm ICII.-l' V'oelker.
Tho Toneln brancli of tins eon
ry n tinder tho direction of Mies
iext regular bi-monthly pupllf re
tho consei vatory will be held In
h Conservatory hall December 1 1
Special Music Services.
Bllowlnt: programme of music will
Jorud during tho monilne; and
Jisfi'vIceH today at the First
riff Orpin prelude: anlhem, "Out
'Depth," Carter, by Miss Lcola
fcaud choir, offertory, mezzo no
iolo, "liiivo Watches Over All,"
If, Mr. Scott Jones; postUido.
g- Orson prelude; anthem,
fo tho Lord," Kobcrts, by Atiy
Weill. Sherman Abbot and choir;
r; baritone and soprano duet.
K'Oii I h From on irigh." T.ninont
V, by Mi.si .lea-sle, Nelaen and T.
Lt St. Mary's Cathedral.
1W ollowiiif,' pi-;rainmc of special
,7 be rendered today at SL
,oMoek mass; prelude. "Mozart;
i 'Mother, Dear." Hordese. Miss
t Clrlll. Beneiibe, Schubert; "0
Jli ' .Marr.n.
, . Jo clock masn: prelude, Head;
j "0 TuroHt of Creatures," Dl
lunior i liol"-: soprano solo. "Ave
S Maselu ronl. Mlsa Casbandni
, Ulna Helen Hughes, volln; C. D.
j r, cello, lijmn, "Daily j-?lri(r to
llSordcae. St. Cecilia choruu;
.. i o'clock inaH.s: voluntary. Canss;
" li. Feast, .Miss KiiKonle Mercier,
Nrfiy. t)w ild VultK and Thomas
l"Venl frcalor." Millard. Miss
plerclei. oCfrrtory. "Avo Maria."
EI0flI. MIph f'assandra. Wood: Miss
ItiKlifs. violin; march, Hectlioven.
A'oivi Glea.sou. oifjaniHt and dl
f & Junior Choir to Sing,
mddrcn ui' the junior choir of
ry -i t.Uhedml will iv o llielr
h pniramnm on AVednenday,
cr IS. In Hie eathodral hall. Fiftv
llBets will lalto part and they
""-dlivl by the youiiK girls of tho
choruH and by Muh lluth
lv hnleltne C'ompHOii. Miss
'Id-. Mlfcb Marsuerlto JIaurhov
Iierrr, v)ollninls. Sfvvci'al
Itts whu -will appear will be
d CeoiKe f'ronlii. Katlierlne
riaii v.'allivun, Margaret n
tlrav. Uurls Waldo. Mar
Ke. Thoniu Cronlii, Daphne,
wiUierhie Hunt. Anna A ores.
. I oll r lii istenseii. T( i csa
Katlierlne u I'.ricn. The pro
1:1 1... i ompltinenlarv to the
Hlshoj) Scanlan anrt the cleruy
ledil, and will be imi'i-r the
ledrU ul t;,L,uao" ''eaiiifct
At Unity Church,
'oil. leuor. will sin "3ood
in', by Lyons, at thia morn
ur "itvlc,..-; at Unit v eliurch.
II (liiarlflle will slm; (he an
:il 'lhrV Kcw in Tears." Spe
1 i btliig prepared for the
HirvkcH. which will be held
tf. " "
. Sophie, nrodbeck cavo an aitistio
aueert at Iho hall of tho Y. M
ast cvtnlnp, absi.stod by Sarali
ns and 1 tutli Senior, to tho stu
J.n,V or'iizatlon and their
III K, i ,,!,Icul proKnimuie was
lv ul. l'c hiding popular numbers
r!i r.. l'l'!0,I to draw warm appn -rtoni
the audience. Mi.sa Olivia
ifc k acieil a:, accompanist.
Mt fSn.K i,.l,,'crt was Ktvcu -'iiday
ft" Vf'Oonaurvalory of Mu-
00 -!?r 1 'r tll0(lla(- Iiureli for the
vil ".' ,:i1;i;W0ll' league of the
.nn i. I'""1 J00 l-ojili attended and
y lly a bUCCCSa "rtlstically and
W i? iwm VJ rco'-,'l,l of a lot
i 'i.. W, atatliif,- that ho
g in thla city Ducember when
! ,..tu co,'tthido the engagement
xt"muY' '"S 1 N'ew York
. vJl0t 10 the llkinj; of Mr. Keeae.
1 - r5t.nIf.ra.,uf .0JPCW' 111 which ho feels
n i jjcan make, a hucccsm.
elrf I'lseopal choir will slni;
m (rnornlnK' "Ami the uI0 Glory " f
t 9' i l'Vm "Tho IctiMlah." The
SASj alrtady at work on Christmas
$ IPX, c-, '"P w,n sle a
rtEifl T,.clllircn'H BoiiKs beforo tho
h lcrilry cluu xt Krldav af
ipluj tn; her own piano accotu
' i U'SBiip has had wide
PVA 1,1 lhl" fk,1 of llo musical
.k1 Wm? ,,Kt wllh success in lnu-
Tl LVi"! Hllrtly bo announced for
V'Fi i1"18 lV 1)0 S1Von 1" thla city
iJJ, '0,,jlu?PlceK of tho Basiiett hu
;Jilolia J'Jlman, vlollnlat; Caro
I'r "oi'nmo. and Kannv Bloom
"?r;1 l'lniiit. Mies Whlto will
' lH', Chicago opora compniiy
tR?" Vu' ,,ow municipal theater
iauclsco and is to stop orf
nfffi a u.".?,u,ff1 to appear beforo the
g. public, Shu Iiuh been win
HVtionio prvsrt notices in the
WB-bella Clajlon Ilusaolt save an
recital Friday afternoon of
JMcu pupils at her residence. 121
Bllf!,l,,!c-, J1.r- atl Irs, BaKsott
..iH ,10 ,5lvc :L serlcB of claaa
KL iu Consolidated Mualc, hail.
PB ' I'lognmunea. during tho cur
HlKr mualcal season,
E;r,(v!,n!,on u ."roparlnff for a
Mjcn'S .o.,r; c,",lon lK "rganls-
,(?ru-n r, t'cnty voices
ntK,' lcr 3 c,iliJB (,c Pioneer
tl flKSn1 .rab,not orgun of the
LH v'h UKed In tho now
1 AriK b,ow by an electric ino-
T!?rtlPfB!1.nlBt B- p- I'nball of the
fellnl? r?.Cc.,.I,t of,a Ictlor from
i, l, 'lL lnosha. Wis. Kiat
B u.'lere on December 10. Pro
D;VHnu,X,imlt,u n,-lir tub- 1
' aritfJ. ' nbout Ulk"" he ha-i heard
SALT LAKES BIG CHRISTMAS STORE I
Do your Christmas shopping early we make it worth your while. Special attractions are offered I
in every department. Stocks are at their fullest service at its best I
I BEAUTIFUL fOATQ TAm T? I A Handsome Sealette Coat I I
ALL-WOOL V U 10 f Jf LSmW Worth $30.00
JM fS0 Tri tho test -nldo tvale fc.' JMLmL &t M SWAGGER KULb LBN'CTII dHL.
nfl Jnm diagonals. Colon?, navy BBl - miiiTfc 0 FSb JF&k COAT, mado of tho very bcstM IB4m M m
j SHc.bta.nd an' jFMmm
Beam Paris point. yf(I'vfC!Lji JL 1 3 Jr B W rrsWlA AiA 1 1L il,L hem. dainty Shamrock
At $1.75 Iifmllcov"sfi ,,,i-a ,,ica,i: 1 y j sSCu Soid?iS0,dcrei1 corncr3 :uid Swlss
Jal 1 Aff ,-iL Vr PvX and Swiw embroidery. H
3SS nSwl'n?,i jE, Tftg Greatest PaH of Our Spacious Millinery WmJpT InitialHandkerchiefs
We also havo a complete lino Qf alis " 1 gjjU $100 3. I) OX
JT&fi& Department Handed Over to SANTA CLAUS M Pur9 linen handkerchiefs In aevcm.1 II
N H d K styles of new Initials, Tacked elx In
a i. eortm If Biacf ftho- .jBB Men's Initial Handkerchiefs
lXi AJx yffi$HERE is no blace in all Salt Lake jUjl 2lnp handkerchief H
sper!..?.:.0 W wiere you can give the children JH T'. ;; IT, 'f t I
, , , t Affl3B$sof J-v jri M. iRHfj C ? iK B Mon'a pure linen initial handker-
ISSrS;l IE T' treat as at our great toy W . $1.00
anT..?.".'8.0. : fra46 store. Dolls and toys of every con- f&lfL . .
Hann Fmhmidered ceivable kind shown to splendid advantage. f LsaJ!lltL,Se!"I , I
nana cmDroiaerea Bring- ?fte children you can readily learn what they JLvi '3'r?I!?S!: 1.75
Muslin Wear llteliiix want Santa Glaus to bring them by noting the things 4ggjjf
I-iadleV Axtra heavy Tvclg-ht sillc hoeo, I II H
, yilfliTnvfTiNV . r y I 7r' 'n 'Tm black, whlto and colors. tf7 en
- A DAINTY GIFT ffmmmm. fascinate them as they ramble through the great T3v4 ' Speclft1, thopalr $i.du
one of our special n thought of FUI ffllrj Fairyland with wide open eyes and prattling tongues. j5?T aTXA&T H
owns Is a hand embroidered slipover V.jCMJ1-1 r . j , V3C 1 S,iV A?P' co,ora- Slfl(l H
Style, kimono ?ieevcf trimmed with TTWift How surprised and huooling over with ioy and glee k'BASki i) Spoc,a1' th0 palr $1-uu
linen lace, eiicli packed in holly box. VL-frVj e. r , E y8wU ,,...
S8.?..0"1. R25 s3Tp- they ll be when they find that Santa has brought them ) jth Xy
ylso a flno line of hand embroidered l f V ' " JUSt f hat they wanted on Xmas morning. Inr ' I S "lc. G0c
eorset covers, srowna and comblna- Wvi Ar23 7 n !
s" S5S"f-" Bring the children and let them : An Appropriate Gift I
Jewelry Specials fFj&k em 'oy the Great Santa Feast Z-cz tfiTjJ!!? I
25c Beauty Plnn 15c SKaS4 V? fan,c' K.uVedt Chri!i u!,lk- H
The Greatest Price Transformation in
the History of Millinery Enterprises
t The vasl; assortments oi: oiu- stocks arc "vvU
known to every woman in fSalfc Lake. Now,
then, imagine us crowded to one side o our
iv large department.
A The reason Lor these great price rductions
jj is plain enough. HalL! oC our selling space is dc
JJ voted entirely to ouv magnificent TOYLAND.
'I Following are tlirce special groups which
are sure to interest you.
Trimmed Hats in the very newest
creations suitable for all occasions
.values up to $5 values up to $8 values up to $10
An Elegant Tailored DJ 1 .95
All-Wool $22 Suit at JL -1
Sixty-five Suits io Choose From
CJ This presents an opportunity for you to have an
elegant suit for Christmas at a very small layout.
They come in the fancy materials. Colors : navy, brown, black
and the fancy mixtures. Suits up to $22.50 all go at $11.95
G-incli all Silk Flowered
"Ribbons, suitable for inakiug
all kinds of Christmas novel
tics. OOvj and 60c, values
5-inch' all Silk Flowered
Ifibbons. niauv pretty pat
terns to choose Xrom. Reg
ular Hoc and -10c nQ
5-inch silk Moire Hibbon iu
all ho staplo j-
shndes yard X J
3-inch silk Moire and Plaiu
Taffeta I?ibbon3, in all tho
staplo -j A
shades yard 1UC
Holly Tie -j r
Ilibbons bolt 1 UC
Our special $5.00 Um
brella would mane a most
acceptable Gift. Guaran
teed cloth, varied asspi't
ment of: handles, includ
ing heavy gold plate and
Mother of Pearl, also eb
ony trimmed with sterl
ing silver. Meirs size
have natural hardwood,
stag horn and polished
horn handles, Each,
packed in holly box.
Furs for I
We carry the largest H
line of popular priced furs tlHj H
in the city. Furs for wo- MIH I
men, misses and children, mmlm H
ranging in price from fli H
$10.00 up. Our Hne of W jjSM
furs from $15.00 up to 1 f
$35.00 are wonderfulfrom $50.00
and upwards still greater. Furs make
an appropriate gift.
SPECIAL A handsome large set of gray Furs Monday A q QC
special while they last (twenty new sets in all), at )5ecl'tJ
1 Waists for Christmas 1
Off An Exquisite Gift Off I
Now is the time to buy while the stock is at its best
Monday. Our entire line will be presented at a discount
of One-Fourth Off the line embraces messaline, chif-
fons,f nets, laces, taffetas and a beautiful line of white
linen' tailored waists. All waists .from $6.50 and up at