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U fcrs; J, A. Grccncvrald, one of tlic attractive young matrons of the city,
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rml B of the most delightful and at
Tie samo time successful affairs of
tyj jic season was ihu card party glv
, la. in Cathedral hall yesterday af
ernoon ljj t ho Ladles of the newly
;d .ludgi- Mercy Hospital league,
egis to the number of more than
E8 received by Mrs. J. C. JJuuchett,
if A. Quiley and, Miss Margaret
the otticerK of the association,
iblcs were arranged for the liluy
the close of the same the wiii
(gach table was presented with a
i.-fr- of Beatgty la a Joy Foraver.
FoMx Gouraud's Oriental
fWCream or Magical Boautiflor.
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Ik SSPfcv Freckles. Molh r.tche.
'iwrr&FZtts. asl't and akin Diseases,
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HlH W. Ol Accept no counter-
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tVSry 1J V ' t10 haul-
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P- IV S 1 rnuomroend
Cream' m tte I Aft bsrmful of til thi
gapttoai." Fnr sale or sJl dmcrlits and Kxnej
mln the United SUtci, Canada and Europe.
ylH & 3DH, Pfppt.37 GrUonet StJ.T.C.
benutifui Iltlc framed Madonna together
with an American Deiiutj rose. At a
bootli nearby Mrs. V G. Wilson, assisted
by Miss Florence Sullivan, sold articles
appropriate for Chriutmue. Mrs. James
Hughes. Mrs. Thomas Kltzgerald and
! Mrs. James Mulryan presided over the
dining room and here Mrs. William M.
O'Brien, Mrs. Joseph Ceoghcgan and
Mrs. I. S. Keoch look turns at the tea
tabic, with Miss Hazel Butler. Miss Kate
Halloian, Miss Margaret Collins. Miss
LOinma Zane and Miss 15m ma Cullcn as
sisting. The tea table was adorned with
lovely flowers and the whole place was
The concert at the tabernacle this
evening will bo the main event in a
social way. for parties of society people
irom all sets have been mado up to enjoy
the programme together, and there will
be numerous supper parties following
the concert. The officers from Fort
Douglas will be in uniform for the af
fair and the members of the governor's
staff will also be out Jn their uniforms.
Altogether, the affair promises much in
the way of an ontertainmcnt a.s well
as beinK for a cause which everyone con
Miss Donisc Karricl: entertained a
number of her friends Sunday after
noon at a tea at her home In compli
ment to Miss Josephine Campbell of Snn
Diego. The rooms were bright with
flowers, the tiny Cecil Brur.ner roses and
violets lending themselves to a most
artistic arrangement of the tea table.
Here Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. William V.
Klaer poured t'-a, and eotfee. wbll Mrs.
Karricl: and Mrs. C. M. Benedict as
sisted In receiving and Miss Marian Mc
Intyre, Miss Until Cowl and Mis lSlnia
Darllnt; crvcl and littb- Grace Darlins
met the friondM at the door.
Captain and Mrs. George Hanson
ICalca ate to be added tu the Twentieth
ami m fit ahortly bo stationed at Fort
Douglas, after a few yearn at "Weet
Point, where Captain lisl Vias been
ono of the Instructor. They will be
doublj wi'leomd at the post as they
wric formerly with the Twentieth, and
aro both" oTtreiiH'ly popular. Mrs. 15s tea
is a sister of Mrs. Irons and Captatn
Kslos Is a hrotlUT of Mik John Dc Witt.
They have gone south rfout "Wt Point
on a two-moutiis" leave and will not he
1iorc to rejoin tholr regiment until foint
time In February.
Mrs. Cilbfon Kerry, who Is her- vliting
her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. J. ' Jjcnry.
I was the gtn-st of lionoc yesterday after- i
noon at a delightful llltlo brhigo party!
glv'ii by Alr. II. W, 1.!ritim at hr honii'
on ISasf outh Tomph; slre'-t. The Imll
du dfcoratlons of red and group were
used In all the rooms and were most 'f
fi'Ctlve. Six labWfj? were arranged for
the plnyera. and following the game. Mrs.
Charles Sllmpsoii and Mrs. J. II. Fred-
c'hMcEoti poured tn and coffee. .Miss
Gertrude Mc.Gralli. Mrs. Ashby CleVrlar.d ,
and Mrs. W. F. Montgomery asit-
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Miss M. (Jdell was the boatcs- ' Pun- '
day u"onlg' a benulituliy appointed;
bi ff':t Sinai':'.- "l cu hi i"otnilrnenl
Miss Oeiifve Fisher of San Francls'-o.
l ip attractive Vonijjr girl who I hi'i'i'
K't;ng her :otnliJ. .Mlas CHjnnidorff.r.
Tl;. home wa gay with flowers, roses
iiiai ohry.niul heiiums and about forty,
friends enjovod the affair. .Mrn. Josejih
N'.bley. Mrs." Joel Xlhlny and Miss Mar- I
guret Dunn assisted I he iiosless In serv-j
Ing. Some delightful music added to the j
p'easure of tlte evening.
Cnpfaln and Mrs. John K. Woodward, j
who are now stationed at Fort Jay. Gov
ernors Island, N. i."., arc receiving con- 1
grat illations over a little daughter who
was born to them Just before Thanksgiv
ing day. lis. Woodward was Miss Fran
ces Judce. j
Mrs. Glrartl U. Rosenblatt leaves Wed- j
nesday for the east, where Mr. Hosen-
biatl joins her to spend the holidays, j
They will be with relatives In Philadel-
phia for Christmas and will go to New 1
York to be there tor Xew Year's eve. j
Tncy will not return till late in January
or early in February.
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Mr. and Mrs. T. Hoy Brown and their 1
Interesting little girls will bo here short
Iv from Boise to spend the Christmas hol
iday's with the J. J. Daly family, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward J.v Roberts will also be
here- Later Mr. and Mrs. Daly and their
son Morris will go to California for the
rest of the winter.
Mrs. Barbara A. .Bush, who has been
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Freeman in
Evanston. Wyo., lias returned and is at
home for a short time with Mr. and Mrs
Albert M. Daly.
Judge and Mr-. O. W. Powers will re
turn today from a ten days' visit to
Portland and the northwest. Roger Y
Powers will arrive next Sunday from the
University of Michigan to spend the holi
days with his parents.
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Mrs. Richmond and Miss Marguerite
Richmond will entertain at a bridge tea
next Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Gibson Berry and Mr. Daniel Alexander,
two of the popular brides of the sum
mer and the autumn.
Mr. and Mrs. IT. W. Baum entertained
at a box party last evening at the open
ing of "The Fascinating Widow" in com
pliment to T. C. Young of Chicago, the
other guests being Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Frcdeiickson. Miss Gertrude McGrath and
C. S. McDonald. I
Mrs. John De Wilt, wife of Captain
Do Witt of Fort Douglas, entertained
the members of the Ladies' Auction
Bridge club yesterday afternoon at her
home at the regular fortnightly meeting.
Miss Mac Ilawley entertained about
twcnlv of her young friends Saturday af
ternoon at a delightful affair In honor of
Miss Casslng of San Francisco, and Miss
Holland of Boston. Miss llawlcy was tie
slsted by her mother. Mri. C. B. Ilawley.
Mrs B. F. Bauer n 111 entertain a party
of friends at bridge this, evening at her
home on ISost South Temple street.
Mrs. Jennie Colin and her two daugh
ters, the Misses I5lsic and Stella, will en
tertain tomorrow afternoon at a bridge
tea at their home on South Temple ;
I.ocai friends will be interested in the
fact that Major Henry D. Slyer has been
promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel
in his own regiment, the Twenty-ninth,
to remain nt Fort Niagara. N. Y.
Tonight Ib tho regular society night at
the Colonial t'icater and many oox par-
1 The best $5 JO worth of concentrated sho.e
biM goodness that has ever been put in a shoe I
' eelarid shoes are peers in their class; they are most exceptional 1
foiJpi the style, fit and wear standpoint. Just now we are showing 1
, bne exceptionally clever styles in English models, Hat recede toes, 1
.stw anSe heels. We also show some dandy models in the high toe,
fjllmore conservative sorts. Your style is here in the wanted leathers.
wf"' " t We sell guaranteed 'hosiery,
C jPl three or four pair for a dollar, 1
If : V " V in lisle. Silk socks 50c the J
MI 'm. pair. Just as good as Hirsch- g
' k ,??!?5fc: Window Display I
gjoely, KliiuVjMlllrlil 3 U8 S. Main j
mm, kmt aan, mm ansa timwuawi
1 ml Here is something new Indian If
Blankets that you can make yourself. Y
'11 They are crocheted in a stitch so easy
jb I that any one can master it in a few min- I A
i utes. We have issued a little book of
jy instructions giving detailed illustrations LI
of the stitches and colored reproductions S I
JC of Indian Blankets. This book is yours
1 for the coupon below. Send for it today J
P and begin a blanket at once. They make I
HI the most effective decoration for den or
pi living room, and no gift would please the I
j j average man more. Remember that 1 1
I P for Christmas. The blankets are made of $
j 1 J Fleisfoer's Germantown Zephyr, 4-fold, 1 1
111 one of the fifteen IJ
I RHSfiERl?iRKS 1
a SI yarns whse superiority is so generally j
13 recognized that four-fifths of the yarn users of j
I I the country will have no others. They are even, i a
1 1 lofty, elastic and. brilliantly dyed in all the 1 1
wanted shades. Garments made of the Fleisher J
Yarns stand the test of wear and wash, Look' j 1 1
for trademark on every skein. w
$ KnltHns? Worsted. sfch. Snserlor lee Wool 1
i Mreaden Snrony A!?Spfik. SI,rtlB Zek7 I S
Spnnlnh Worsted " TartfriiTEl S pirn I Tarm I '
Sbetlnnd FIosm -T E?TCIifX?nTC Pamela SacrUamd I
GertaaaoTrn Zephyt ,,H.im.17llTf , tHM HllfMaad Weol I 3
IS (4 and S-fnld) V Caikmtre Yar
f Klderdoirn AVool fcgtjj insora Wool ffl S
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I j F Mail thin Coupon to S. B. & B. W. FLEISHER, PbiJttdolpkklOO I
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I A 'street . Sfafo 1
! Minimi i if rTimPcnl 1 1,1 win,t"'J JL 11 111 MMMaaa"g"ffpnMT'HTaijijonjxiiaBMjpii -in
ties have been made up for the even
!Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baker, recently from
Sea tile, are now al home to their friends
at the Bransford.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Bertram V. .lohn
son of Fort Douglas will entertain the
Post Card club, which has been changed
to an auction bridge club, next Friday
evening at their quarters.
Mrs. Ralph E. IToosr, who ha3 spent
the past few days in town at the Hotel
L'ia!i. returned yesterday q her home in
Mr?. T.ila .lames Head is here from the
northwest and ia vlnltiiig her staler,
Mrs. V. F. .James. I-aler -she will be
the sruciit of Mr. and Mrs. J. .. Baker
at tho Brannfonl.
Mrs. Marie W. LiHard will ciUortaln
the .Sewlnt; club this afternoon at her
home In the Bungalow apurtinenls.
I Miss CJcnn Klmbull, who has been vis
litiuy friends here for tv.o uiontlis, left
I Sunday for San Francisco and Lok .n
I coles, to be away some time before
I returning to her homo in -Minneapolis,
.Miss Marjorlo Ilow:uvl, u-ho is in
i at Cake-feakixig time
It is mighty hard to obtain
uniform j'esults in cake mak
ing if you use butter or lard
because both of these prod
ucts vary so in quality.
Cottolene is always uniform
always produces good re
sults. With its use, you can
count on a certain kind of
cake being the same every
Cottolene sells at about
the price of lard, and is so
rich that one-third less is re
quired than spf
either butter y
or lard. ffssxs v
Cottolene is never
tin pails, which pro IwM
tcct it from dirt, fi
dust and odors. It loPBrr
la alvnya uniform tap
THE W. R. FAIRBANK COMPANY
school In Lho cast spent her Thanksgiv
ing holidays visiting Miss Mary Wood
ward, daughter of Captain and Mrs.
John E. Woodward, nt Governors Island.
Mrs. Von 2.noolock is here from her
ranch in Idaho visiting Dr. and Mrs.
J. C. tandcnbcrgcr. She T.Mll leave, to-
tuorrov,' for Phlladclphlit t spend Ihc cn
I tire "winter with friends there.
Mr3. Vllliam E. Pei'.sona and her tvo
boys have gone to Boston to spend the
next I wo months there. Lieutenant Per
sons will Join his family later.
Mrs. Mary S. Mornc has gono to Los
Angeles to spend the remainder of tho
winter there with her daughter. Mrs. A.
The Mothers club of tile Oqulrrh
school will hold a meeting tomorrow af
ternoon at " o'clock at the building at
which Bishop I S. Spaldlnp will speak
to thcrn on the subject of f,Boyn."
The Salt Bake Woman's club will meet
this afternoon nt tho home of Mrs. Allen
T. Sanford, 3y l."oiiga avenue, when
Miss Amy B. Baton will address the
The Seekers LUerpry club will nret
thin iifternoon at the home of Mrs.
S war L wood, to follow lho usual pro
gramme as outlined.
The Fronhel society wjll meet today in
lho rooms of the Young Women':! Chris
Tho regular meeting of Temple B'nal
Israel will be held today at ":r0 o'clock
In tho B. B. hall.
The members of the. American Wonv
an's loasue will meet tonight In the par
lora of the Kenyon hotel.
The liadlcs Aid society of the First
CongregationnI church will meet today
In the church parlors.
Announcement to mnde of th mar
riage of Mlaa Annie McCune and William
B. Fancherc, which took place In St.
Paul's church last Thursday. December
5, the Rev. W. w. Tieeso officiating,
The Past Xoblo Grand.i club will bo
entertained by the president at the home
of Mrs. C'harlc.a Anderson, Regal ave
nue. Murray. December 12.
QUESTION OF WASTE
AN IMPORTANT ONE
Tho question of disposal of waate Is
bothering th cily health department
again. Complaints against tho present
dumping grounds aro becoming numor
ouo and recently suit was filed against
tho city by a resident of West North
Temple street seeking damages because
refuse has been dumped on property nd
The matter was discunscd at thu meet
ing of tho board of health yesterday and
it was decided to establish three dump
ing depots, whero tho refuac can ho
loaded onto railroad cars nnd taken out
of the city. Ono depot will "br located
in tho northern part of the city, an
other at the oouthern end and the third
In the southeast, near Sugar Woune.
At. present the railroads, with the ex
ception of the Bamberger rond. refuse to
haul tho refuse out of the city, but It
Is thought arrangements can be made
to overcome this question as soon as
tho new interurban Hue now being built
south from Salt Bako is in operation.
Bold Diamond Robbery.
CINCINNATI, O., Dec. 0 Thrae
thieves. In the pulfe of tax collectors,
today asked the clerk In the Jewelry store
of Adolph "Wlebcll to show them dia
monds. He did so. wheroupon tho men
bouncKand gazed him and, nrcuring the
.stoned, walked leisurely out of the store. 1
ALL ICE CREAjSODAS AHD SUNDAEc.
I T0DAY--AH IMPORTANT PRE-CHOTMAS OFFERING of 1 H
I YARp-WIDE ALL-WOOL I I
1 STORM SERGES! I
Qnj A beautiful, firm weave positively unsurpassed nHB
UH for service; ideal materials for children's mirscs' HBM3 aPjJt 1W pppi
or women's dresen The colors are absolutely ! H IQ ., aW
B srD7rrec'.t Jv Included are OLD llOFEGAR- Hk IfLH mQk H
Hi VANA. SlhWrt OUAT. SMOKE.' AHMNIOORA V M H B
mm and BIj-CK. 1W. havd marked thciif splendid LM0 my Wgm H aaaal
mm fabrics on an unusually low basis of price for a fm Wm pjppj
gj yuiclc pre-Cliristmns clearance at 53c a:d. IpH
vtm Dress Goods Dept. Main Floor YARD LLj
I TODAY AND WEDNESDAY ONLY I
I 3 GREAT SPECIALS I I
M TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY ONLY 9
I THE WELL KNOWN Walter Met' "1?, H
H TPIQICC CELEBRATED "FANCY CEYLON," H WLW
I TKEE TEfl CHOCOLATE BLACK TEA
I "PRIDE OF JAPAN." rn , w . A H fitaaal
W 60c Everyvhere Worth $3.50 H Lm
m Extra Special at Special Pound, Special B H
I 20c 33c $1.00 I
g PKG- " POUND HALF A POUND. B VM
I Join Our Popular Art Needlecratt School I I
vM TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS 9 to 11 and 3 to 5 o'clock. B
H CHILDREN'S CLASS SATURDAYS. 9 to 12 a. m. B
The Wonderful Auerbach Toyland- -?onrh B aaaaal
I "Always Something Good to Eat" J H
l You girls who work down town H
I may get a first-class lunch at the I
I 'Royal Cafeteria eat it leisurely I
8 and still have plenty of time J I
I for shopping. Tell your friends, j B
No Tipping Here 1 fl
CAFE BAKERY CAFETERIA I
232 MAIN STREET- j I
j SMART SHOF J I
I Practical Holiday Gifts I
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I Our showing of exquisite exclusive garments, as well as jH
I the popular-priced, was never greater for ihis season of fie
1 car' mmm
I Gowns, Dresses. 3 B
I Tail or -Made Suits, Coats, I fl
I Pattern and Street Hats I fl
1 Our Jewelry Novelties and the little Accessories that add I
I so much to the Ladies' Wardrobe arc meeting with great jH
I favor. . I
We "were fortunate in securing an extra large shipment 1 H
of Silk Hosiery at a price that wc will sell for 1-3 off. I
Corsage Bouqnets, Head-dresses elf. I Mkm
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