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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1912. 5
trs. Campbell and Miss Dcnhaltcr, ivho will ho hostesses with Mrs.
'jtta, McG'uuo Grnru at tlic ball at the McC'unc home tonight.
ITRNANT NED GlIUEN .ir
:cd yesterday nftornotm from
oshlngton, D. C, whero ho went
a short business trip, lift Is at
D Hotel Utah, where lie will be
ortly by his nuphew. Lloiitunnnl
dporton of the corps of c.nu.1
S. A., who will bo one y? Hit '
t the Wall-Green wedding mi
and Captain J. 1. DoUso of
itv-Hccoiirl lnfniitr , win. will bo
it Green's best man un lha.L In
occaslon in-Sccliiri.il; cague Ih (loin? ad
or! In U10 nal.j of the little
k tit jls. wh;h inan so inueh of
it 111 lU'iitinjr tuberculosis and
o 0 -c to bo qui to a part of
iinvi equipment. They are ul
hj,1 :it all the dm? store which
gallons and a consignment of
heen placed in the Y. V. C. A.
ogclhcr with tho Paul KIdcr
3 tlilnRM shown there. Any or
ti wlahlne a. consignment may
"Them from airs. C. W. Whitley.
T L-n. few days booths will be erected
This drv soods stores and relays
Bty frfrls will have charge of selling
fccl "H. A Wall and family will
maOay into their new home at 411
. krnlh Temple street. Tho place is
'Kto out of the hands of the work
Bet, but it 1h noar enough to com
'Blfor the frlcndB who have had a
:lt to pronounce it a most bcan
Ipiazcl JSutlor entertained a doBcn
k mM most iutimato friends of Miss
TflnK, Joo Aldous yesterday afternoon
iL iBnen shower at her home for the
Tn lRTlio decorations were in the
lltyBbas colors of red and green. The
TV Bit-Iris spent a few hours very
fmost important social event of
Kenlng will be tho dance at the
Mi-, home, at which Mrf. Jackctta
Mm' Green, Irs. Donald Stewart
Ke1 and Miss Million "Dpiihnlter
fctertaln a lar;c company or their
MX Sara Alexander, formerly well
BTin local theatrical eirclos. having
Bjneinbcr of the old stock company,
.-'rfor a short time with her niece,
yale Xiclsh. who Ik In tills week's
bill at lho Oipheuiii Thry arc quests
during- thc'.r May vi Mm. r.a Davis at
Captain Georgo AY". ' Knpland enter
tained a box party of friends at the Co
lonial Monday evening, his pucts being
"Ms? Margaret Collins. MIsh Ij-esic Kad
di. Miss Lillian Curler. Dr. .1. D. Clal
llgan and .S. A. Mauliinls-
Miss Romania. Hyde, the talented young
girl violinist, experts to leave curly In the
new year for Berlin to continue her mu
sical work. Pho will accompany Miss
13mnia Lucy Gates when she leaves,
which will be about the middle of Jan
uary. Mrs. J. Uenlon l.OKgat of SC6 East
South Temple street If entertaining hor
cousin. 'Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace Rankin of
Now York city. Mrs. Rankin will remain
here for some time.
Mrs. Harold Peery of Ogdcn Is In town
for a .s'tay of a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Xlbley.
Mr. and Jim Rieliaa-d P. Morris have
pone to southern California for a short
TIis3 Dcy and Miss Eliza Dey will en
tertain at cards on Friday evening in
compliment to Miss Alice Wall.
Mrs. "W. A. Castlelou is hero from
liuttc, M"ont., visiting her slatoi, Mrs.
Mrs. A. J. Gorham will entertain a few
friends Thursday aftemoon at a literary
and Kensington tea at her home.
Tho Monday luncheon club was enter
tained this weolr by Mrs, J. 13. Lewis at
her homo on "Windsor avenue. Violets
woro used for docoratlon.
Tho next In tho series of dances by
tho Utah club will bo given on Wednes
day, December IS, at the Hotel Utah.
.Miss Marie James entertained the B.
G. Sowing club Friday afternoon at the
homo of her slstur, Mrs. L. T. Whitney.
Mrs. Sarah A. Boyer left Sunday for
I Los Angeles for the winter to be with
ip' There is a remarkable interest I
lp in Home Baking and Cooking J
Ira; throughout the land. J
jk This is a most encouraging in- I
w dication that the battle against 1
Jm impure, improper food is going
to be won.
it W The credit for the victory will
m beln e women of the
S0m Home cooking has the backing I
U-ij of science and the approval of
m$m fashion. It adds to housekeeping a
8p- pride; to our food-healthfulness. 1
Qfim It is acknowledged by experts, J
Bsjil and by the women who know, j
Jm that the best cooking in the I
'4jS world to-day is with the aid of I
sg$w yal Baking Powder.
p mi p i iu,.-, i i J
On Account of Delayed Fixtures, the
: Will Be Postponed Until . - ' '
Enlarged Orchestra in Attendance
Meet Your Friends in Arcadia
and Enjoy a TreatEverybody Welcome
148 Down 'Main Is the Place
. . ,
her daughter. Mrs. W. M. Rath, who is
the mother of a pair of twin girls.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Condie announce
the wedding of their daughter Vera to
George M. Hanks, for Wednesday even
ing, December IS.
UNCLE SAM WANTS
GOOD CANDY MAKER
ro von want to be one of Uncle Sam's
'Vandy kids"? Although It is not generally-known,
tho federal government
manufactures candy. In connection with
the work or tho bureau of chemistry. Jt
von are a candymakcr you can take a
civil "ervlce examination on January b
for the position of laboratory helper in
eundymaking. The position pays S'JOO per
! Examinations will also be hold in the
local federal building on that date for
the following positions, the vacancies be.
! ing for male applicants only: Scientific
assistant in plant physiology; engineer
and plumber, Indian service; assistant
agriculturist in farm economics, bureau
of plant Industry.
CITY LETS QUARTERS
! FOR THE LEGISLATURE j
In a four-minute session the city com
mission yesterday approved a contract
for the rental of quarters (o the state
lor the forthcoming legislative session
and allowed requisition for supplies for
the city jail during 1013.
The nenale is to occupy the city coun
cil chamber on the third lloor and the
hous the room now occupied by Judge
F. C. Loofbourow on tbc fourth floor.
The state is to pay the city $20 a day !
Special rates to holiday fihoppers and
callers. Purduo's automobilo und. taxi
cab. Puodo Wasatch 5. (Advt.)
News of Death Comes.
Mvf. A. U. Cook of this city has re
ceived word of the death of her brother.
Dr. Warren Boyd of Mcadvlllc. I'n. tr
Boyd alto wa-s a brother or Miss Edith
Bovd of this city, now Mrs. Jack Kermer
of "Meadvllle. and Miss Jessie Boyd, who
also lived here, but has for sonic years
past been with her brother in Mcadvlllc.
Salt Lake Statistics
Walter Nay Cox, 'JSG East Crd South,
Fred W. Koblnson, 585 South West
Geo. Meredith, R. Hoi West Otn Soutn,
John E. Molt. 717 West 1st South, girl.
Harry 13. Brown, SL'5 West 1st South,
Wm. A. Wallace, 71T, Cth avenue, girl.
Thomas L. Hall, U. o'Ju East r.th South,
Wm. R. MoPhearson. 1!T IT street, girl.
Ed 15. Gallacher. 1 Kcysor street, girl.
Dec. 7, 1012 Robert C. Xewson, 10
Quince street. 77 years, myocarditis,
Dec. 10, 1 11 2 Sarah G. McMaster. 7
Cornell apartments. 8-' years, pneumonia.
Dec. C. 101'JWm, M. I Till, police sta
tion, 12 years, suicide.
Dec 7, 1!U2 Joa. A. McDonald. St.
Murks hospital. 50 years, hemmorhage of
Dec S. 1012 Elizabeth Tf. Burt, L.. D.
f. hospital. day, hemorrhage of bow
els. Dee. 7. 1912 Charlotto Monson, 7S3
Lake street. S2 years, cancer.
Dec. $. 1012 Esther C. Carlson, 1001
South Lincoln, 7 years, measles.
Alvln V. Selandur and Annie Ethel
Stewart, Salt Lake.
Heal Ectatc Transfers,
National K. E. In v. Co. to D. L.
Evans, lots 22 toi 20. block 10.
C'liirmonl subdivision $10
Fjnnlo Koscnblum et ul. to Arthur
Mcacli. part of lot S, blouk 15.
plat A 510.750
Julia S. Stuta et al- to Harold Daw
sot t. north section 11. township 2
south, range 1 east ....5700
L. B. Burton to L. 1. Burton, lots 1
and 20, block 17. plat. J 51
Georglna C. Barton to Lester L"
Barton, lot 1. block l'J. plat E 5100
ly B. Barton to L U. Barton, lot
7, block 17, plat J ...SI
Lawrence B. Barton- and wlfo to
Lei'ter U. Barton, lot 1, block 19
plat. E 5?.00
Emigration Canyon Imp. Co. to Ho
lier J. Grunt Co.. part lots 7:; and
T., llttl mountain subdivision
No. 1 $100
West Cache Land Co. to II. J.
Grant "i Co., .part lot 7. block
20. plat B 51
Zlons Co-op. Homo Bids, it R. E.
Co. to Herbert .lonUIns and wife,
part lot 1. block -A, pint A., fclToO
LubraollH Mfg. Co. to L'tah Oil no
fining Co.. lot IS and 10. block
9 Am. pint of Lake View 3Ub...$40:S.2o
Walter Bryant to Alice 1.:, WII
llann. lot J7. block 2. K-i-t Wa
terloo fiibtlh I 5oii .. . 0
Loren K .Mullc-r aid wi'c to Au
gusta L, Scott purt icetioii 20,
township 3 south, ranso 1 cast. 510
I LONGER OPPOSES
Commissioner Korns Is Now
in Full Accord With the
The rumored opposition of the city wa
ter ofticials to the recommendations oi
the Commercial club's special sanitation
committee concerning ways and means of
safeguarding the city's water supply from
contamination was dispelled yesterday
afternoon at a conference between Wil
liam Bowen, chairman of the committee,
and W. 11. Korns, water commissioner,
und C. F. Barrett, superintendent of the
The meeting was held In the office of
tho water commissioner. Yesterday noon
Mr. Bowen called tip Commissioner
Korns on tho telephone anil complained
of tho commissioner's alleged remarks hi
a uiornlric newspaper concerning the wa
ter committee's recommendations. Mr.
Korns denied having made the objec
tionable remarks and retaliated with tho
charge that the committee had reached
its conclusions without conferring with
the water department at any point. After
a lengthy conversation by wire, a meet
ing was "agreed upon to go over the full
report of tho committee.
"K was all a misundcrstaudln-,'" de
clared the water commissioner after the
meeting. "We opposed the recommenda
tions ot tho committee because we didn't
know just what they called for. Wf.
gathered an erroneous idea of the com
mittee's plan and Mr. Bowen gathered
an erroneous idea of our stand from the
rather ovorcomplole newspaper report of
mv remarks on the question."
The chief point on which the tnlsunder
Manding was based was the recom
mendation of the Commercial club com
mittee, that tho sheep trails through the
canyonn be fenced. After reading tho
entire report, Mr. Korns declared ho was
In accord with the recommendations.
SUPPLY FREE LIGHT
FOR BRANCH LIBRARY
Free llsht will be furnlKUed by the
Utah Light & Railway company for the
new public library on Worn North Tem
ple street. In a letter to George D.
KeNfter. commissioner of parks and pub
lic property. B. W. Mendenhall of the
light company yesterday announced that
the free service extended to tho city In
other buildings would b extended to tho
ij'.'W public Institution.
Mv. Mendftii'iull :!ts tlwt 1'iongli the
roinp:iii 'c franchl from lUt liy dors
not sp'Tltlr ullv towr t'ie quMt lot'. "r
lip'leex tt was iji'or, 'I In t" spelt 'u
I, ! ilc rvvc c f i al "teli pub
I Bells of Happiness ring"
I throughout the year for
1 them who receive
j A Good Book
Our line is complete and the
Our Xmas Cards I
are the niftiest in town.
IDeseret Sunday School I
Union Book Store 1
44 E. S. Temple. I
FOR ROBERT W. DAVIS
After n hearing extending over two
days, Acting Governor C. S. Tinrey yes
terday afternoon signed the order for
the extradition of Robert V. Davis,
wanted In Denver on h chargo of fail
ure to provide for bis wife.
Davis sought to evade return to Den
ver on the ground that 1 lit Colorado state
law pertaining to wlfo desertion was un
constitutional. Th actluir governor de
cided to grant the requisition and refer
the point ut Issiif to the Colorado courts.
I in via is under arrest, but Is out en
bail. Ho will bo taken to Denver today
bv M F. Vlancourt. i deputy Hiwntf
lintu l' c (V'lonido uxnita' iho arrival
last suiu.'dui nit, i the k inlelllon pa
I N0TICETo Our Holiday Patrons! i I
I SaveYourSalesChecks 1 1
I THEY'RE VALUABLE ! i I
I After you have made purchases amounting &j
m to $10.00, we will give away H
9 A beautiful Columbia medallion made Wl
m from your own picture M
1 Or Any Photograph That You Choose, 13
0FETKEAP0R-R AMTHRTE VVMTH
have repvoduced' .o tio Medallion
inonl, at wholesale1 coft T'Jc to Hu
HI Tho Various Styles of These Handsome Medallions Arc Now on Display H
WM In the Medallion Booth, on Main Floor. HI Hl
WM EXTRA SPECIAL TODAY TODAY W
H tAIRA bPtUWL M txr . D.l,.r)c S AUERBACH H BS
WM today B waiter isaKers gs special H
raj pride of japan 8 celebrated w Fancy Ceylon Ml
1 TREE TEA I CC0fTEl g BLACK TEA H
IgX Sold the world over at m . Ma
AT D 50c pound ta Worth $3.50 pound Bh HSj
m rbtik I special m it m
1 22c I 3c I I
1 H POUND I J. pound pkg. MM
1RJ At Soda Fountain B3 At Soda Fountain Q At Soda Fountain MM J
El Main Floor. Q Main Floor. f Main Floor. jmj Mm
1 FBOH NOW '" MTIL ' ciwiSTim I
I His Headquarters at the 1 1
DA117" AFTER 2 P. M. Fourth Floor. j
mat He's a jolly old fellow bring the children let them tell
Kg Santa what Iher Avonld like best Tor Chi istiuus. El
''Gold Xugget" butter is not like the ordinary kind.
The memory, which lingers after eating "Gold. Nugget," H
is delightful and the taste delicious.
DO NOT MISS THIS RARE OPPORTUNITY. H
A genuine LA FRANOAISE GOLD CROWX -12- H
piece CHINA HA."TLAND SHAPE DINNER SErr can H
be had for coupons found in "GOLD NCGGET" bnlter
NELSON & RICKS COMPANY, H
Not in any butter trust.
Daley Trial Kosuiuod.
Tho trial of Joe Daley, charged with
robbery, was resumed In .Itidgc V C,
T.,ooflxmro"v's court ycMerdny, Daley's
hearing 'as ulntoot completed last wecK
when It wis dl?covcrcd that ono of the
Jurors was not qualltlcd to serve, not b -inc
.-v nirmber of the regular Jury pnnel.
The Jury was dismissed tutd h. new triul
ordered. All of yesterday -was consumed
in obtaining a. new jmy.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Thi Kind You Have Always Bought
SSguat ue of
DEHVER I fl (HIDE I
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS H
Dec. SUt. 23rd. Limit Feb. 2Sth.
Denvar, Colsrado Sprlncs S22.S3 H
Cmaha. Kansas City 540.00
S,tn Francisco $-50.03
Low rates to other eastern colr.; an HH
tamo datet Hl
Stopovers. Olvcrae route. HJ
To all esrts of tho world. H
(CI Mala St. hnu v"3iat:hC;;j-
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