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I THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3. 1913. ,
jBjTto bo Included in Sun
I'iB1. ,,t he In this olflce not
HbOGERS have arrived from
honeymoon trip to Jlono-
fT.n,7 will shortly bo at home
9 at Fort Douglas. The
I'E'tccoant of their wedding, ap
ffMPu the Army and Navy journal,
Wjijiercjt to their friends here:
-My-.rriMge of .Lieutenant Joseph
Twentieth United Stales
and Miss Ethel Sevier
g Honolulu. Hawaii. No
iP.j J9J2, was an elaborate
vKj' too!; place in St. An-SK-jjihrirtl.
The cathedra! was"
IS decorated with blue hy
bu asd plnl; and blue LulJe.
En;tJaie of pink and blue
'SlKjEjrkcd it" pows sct aside for
tdvts and.. favored friends of
Eg couple, and formed a silken
.Steoushvivhlch the bridal party
IB) the entrance of the ca
jlKl to the altar- Tllc vested
fffftctded the bridal party up
hit, linsiw,' "The Voice That
Ej! O'er Eden." These were
fifby ttie ushers, who. when
Cached the pew where the
ind brother of the bride were
Ifct drew their swords and
Kb arch under which the
feifr and the bride passed.
fcrJc entered with her father.
ijpMins; ivlio gave her in mar
i'.'SSs ivore a handsome gown
i brocaded satin with a side
iiad shoulder drapery of rose
ire. The gown was-.fashioned
ft loo; court train of the
iTat bridal veil was arranged
Mtt cap and was a comblha-
ro-e point laeo and while
,'iTlny orango hlopsoms were
itl at the back of the head and
ilt veil was caught to the
; The bride carried an Ivory
rbV, a gift of her godmother,
Kiibeth Spalding, instead of
Tyitlonal floral bouquet. Her
itument was a gift of the
pwsi, a platinum necklace and.
fct tcl with diamonds and
l The maid or honor. Miss
i Spalding, a younger sister of
Ait wore a lovely gown of pink
tat draped with delicate pink
.t)uleettc. The gown was
fciirltu tiny pink roses, mnnv
o wiled by the drapery. Soft
irhee was arranged at the back
Ha-tunlc effect She wore a
fortrall hat of pink velvet
J trith a. single plume, in a
nuff shade, and carried a
ljUK adorned with plnl; roses
fct The bridesmaids were Miss
ilMaa and Hies Florence Hoff
(Uiutcnant Homer ZL Gron
iflflb United States cavalrv,
WUtateaant Rogcrn, and tho
'T Captain V D. Forsvth,
P. H Sheridan and lJoV,
RoVlc?' Fifth United
If tT. and Lieutenant Harry
IMflP?i Coast artillery corpe,
'..i.er the wedding oerc
J)rLda! rvirt-v' imm-
w?ser! fr,ends. motored
Mf.PIaantoii hotel, where a d
E1,PPer whs sencd.
'mSl v di.nlnS room of tho ho
beautifully decorated with
mLi 0 br do aild Sroom. The
i!iti c color scheme tliat pre-V-Mm
Chu.rcn ancl ,n l!,fi eowns
mt Ti.p"ty 7iS carried out in
lKS,f..SosS3,,b'fttrtaC 'Q silver
mwnmcnkd with the rnono-
ine br he and sroom, linked
Brf"i.a,lvc,r,. ribbon Scaring
the wedding. One or the
JOttany REAL reason
ME? Probably not- ten to
Jour liver. You need
wffati gentle, yet rarely
fen with the ordinary
fM directed. Take no sud
jMS&r coated or plain
dff MnnnC"V0 fC3t'JrC3 Of tho Wcd-
bride s cake, when Lieutenant TIok-
it nn?,?0 w10,0"1 t!,lJ cake v.-lth
ily . 11 1 L' of lhu fate symbols '
v .ore i located after the cako was evil,
,.M..nP m' ?vouJd ndmlt liavlns ro
4hei .V!Ichc,or,s b"tton. Miss
Vi?-:V&r:,,lcTns received the ring,
b I-iclV. ?SrI.?k l,,e thlmblo and life
V dc ,T?,,nd thf sood luck wish bone,
o-"krrTt s llc hlrd. daueliter
5H, J,n 11,0 ary- Jss Edith
Cnrri fc 'VHa nar,i to Lieutenant
t ivr0 1 a nu""bcr of years aso. Tlicn.
ll'mf asp;i0e of the most Irii-
c "ncvveddlngri was that of Misa
pit I? iPi .'n? ",!(J Lleutcnunt Cowen.
Both Lieutenant and Mrs. Cia-rctt
and Lieutenant and Mrs. i?owen are
nt mainland. tatlon. "Mr". Rogera
5a, ' sln.eu 'ic gnjduatcd from Oahu
oee.i one oi tho most popular mem
MnV . 10 er,vii:e uet and the uo
, ,i.c,cf..of '. 10 townsfolk She is
dl-AHn1.0,""6 blonde." Imme
diately after their return from their
honeymoon on the other side of tho
if.mnd Ueutcnant and Mm. Kogers
IIci c Mrs. Uogers will meet her bIs
ier, .Airs. Bowen, as Lieutenant -Bowen
Is stationed there at present
ahAmftrVeiS tnlorta;ned a party of
fn," irly yoVnrr "cople most, dclislil-
i"mnJa5l'icv.cn,n??', :al,,;' to the
Lmprcss tlrst and later home to Llnger-
k.r.-, s,l'.ner and ;isl informal
?ho 'fefa r' .rho "tractive home of
Jw'T,.?6 3 fitmilv W!,s "aj" vdth holiday
decorations and everything was sugges
tive ot the season of good cheer, .fudge
.-I s.'. owere assfsted In extending
the hospltajily of the home to the young
people who spent a few hours together
most pleasantly. Mr. Powers leaves to
morrow :or Ann Arbor to resume his
r- f, M
The Current Events and Current Liter
ature section of tho Ladies Lkerarv
club will meet tills afternoon at the club
house at the usual time. Mrs. Edward
Merrill will read a paper on "The Cause
and Beginnings of the Balkan War."
Mrs C. U. Blanchurd will review "The
.Coward of Thermopylae" and Miss Janet
illlamson will furnish the music.
The young girls of the Gamma Phi so
rority entertained their friends lust even
ing with an informal party at the home
of Miss Evelyn Moyle on East First South
street. The young people enjoyed mualc
and games with a delightful chafing dish
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stinglcy have re
turned to the city after spending the
past year in California, and arc at home
a( Xo. ,"), the Bransford. Mr. and . Mrs.
Campbell and their children are still m
Major -Tames .r. Petty, formerly Con
tain Petty, has been at Eot t "Douglas for
a day or two on hi? way west after ac
companying Mrs. Petty to Washington
for a visit. He left, yesterday for San
Francisco, whenco ho will sail on Mon
day next on the T.ogan for his new sta
tion in the Philippines.
o ; t
The TCniprhlB of Columbus will give
their twolfth annual danco this evening
at Odeon danco hall. Tho affair Is un
der the patronage of a number of well
known young matrons.
"Robert Lynch, who has been here
spending his holidays with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. L-vncn. leaves today
for Xotro Dame, Tnd., to resume his
Mrs. Harold J. Peerv of Ogden spent
yesterday In town vlsifhisr friends.
Mrs. .Tay T. Karris is -preparing to
leave within a fortnight for a. stav of
some time in California. Rho will go
lo Long Reach and later will be with
Colonel and Mrs Hfjtmjs in Pasadena.
Captain Alexander Macnab. who was
stationed at "Helena, has been transferred
to Seattle, where he is attached to the
Mr.'. Kalph E. Hoag returned yeatcr
dav to Ogden after spending the past
two days here, having come down for
Xcw Year's eve. .
Capt. r.corc E. Pond, formerly bore
with the Fifteenth, will so to the Philip
pines s.h master of transportation Jor
the transport Logan, sailing from im
Mr and Mrs. George A. Pavls announce
tho engagement of their daughter. Tvy.
tr. Oscnr Tt. Evans, the marriage to tako
place January If. in the bait Lake torn-
Mr and Mrs. Charles H. Tjoolittl ex
pect to leave within a few days for a
stav of a month or ho on the coast.
Mr. and MVf. Cornelius A. Boyd havo
returned to tholr home in Ocdcn. having
been puenls of .T. W. Collins here for
the "New Year's eve eclcbrution.
tf M !'f
Mr. and ilr.i Arthur L, Thomas-, Jr..
! pe Purest and Tastiest
fothing speaks so convincingly of
S merits of BLANCHARD
TOER as the butter itself. Al
?ays fresh, fine flavored-clelicious.
w it today,
ft S1 Premiums giveu in exchange for BLiJSi
gKD BUTTER coupons are worthy the house
H.8 consideration: Make 33LANOHARD BTJT
rM'our exclusive brand. Sold by your grocer.
I Jensen Creamery Company
Pe Great Independent Creamery of the West."
havo returned to their homo In Elkol,
uyo., after week apent with friends
here arid in Ogden.
Mrs. W. C. Ward of the Shubrlck haa
gone to Coircyvlllc, Kan., on a visit.
Mlaa porence Oodbe entertained at an
inrormal afternoon afTalr yeBtufday at her
homo on Fourth Eaat street.
Mieo Phyllis Luman. Miss Ruth Cowlc
Anil Mian pllvo Ucncon will entertain a
party of their young, friends at a dance
at Lowland hall thia evening.
Mrs. Leonard Cahooti will ontcrtuln
at an afternoon affair today tor MIhs
Lconorc atts. whoso marriage to Paul
ualton will tako placo uoOn.
The leglclativo and Iriduotrial commit
tee of thp statu Federation of Women's
b..wl.u ""t this morning at tho Y.
. C. A. rooms at 10:30.
i. l.r3;. 5lu".ucI p- Colladay haa . issued
imitations lor a tea. to bo given .Monday
afternoon at her home from 3 till 0
Mrs. E.'g. Hanson and Mlsa Alice
Hanson of Eurektu left op Tuesday for
the coaBt to spend a part of the winter
MlbB aigrifj Wtnbcrg and Mips Margaret
bchramm onlertalned a number of their
friends at tnc home of the latter on New
a cur 3 eve.
1 JMr'. a,"d -Vra' Henry JSwilling ceic
bratcd the Uiteeuth auniveraarv of their
nruirrlnge on Wednesday. January 1. with
a banquet at their homo to about Slfty or
the r 1 fiends. -Cards wore tinjoyed in -Its
crly evening and prizes wore award iyl
the winners at tho game. Later music
was turnlsncd by II. Bader and tho guests
enjoyed dancing. The decorations were
rumlHhod by tho Salt Lnkc Electrlo com
pany and were very artistic The host
and hqsteSH received some beautiful gift3
ot cut glass. The guests preaent were:
Dr. and Mrs. Macbist, Mr. and Mrs. !
Offer. Mr. and Mrs. p.. Baron, .Mr. and
Mrs Rosenblatt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R.
Huder. Mr and Mrs. H. Bader. Ir. and
lrs. D. Baron. Mr. and Mrs. Vance
im,1,113' l-7- and Mrs- "nlle, Mr. und Mrs. I
Illlam bmlth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank, air. I
and Mrs. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Light, Mr. !
and Mrs. L. Smith. Mr and Mrs. Samuel
son. Mr. and Mrs. Burgcman, Mr, and
V'.S- ll' ,?av,?iMr- and -Alrs- -Vrnovlch,
Mr. and Mrs. Kline.
TO BE SEEN HERE
As the result of a prolonged confer
ence by telegraph between George M. Co
nan.,ln Yorlc a1 William J. Kelly
M."le c,olonial ln Salt lake. this citv
will oe the first theatrical center in the
country to see Mr. Cohan's successful
dramatisation of George Randolph Ches--cr.,K.,storicS'
lord, presented by a stock company and
at popular prices.
rn a personal wlrc received by Mr.
Kelly trom Mr. Cohan Wednesday morn
ing, the ew York actor-producer re
leases the play to Mr. ICelly for one week
only, beginning Sunday night, Janu
"I am very glad that our negotiations
have been successful and that I can prc
te wl t 'Get-Rlch-Quick-Walllngrord' in
fealt Lake as one of the features of my
Colonial season." declared Mr. Kelly Wed
nesday afternoon. "T believe this is tho
first time that a groat New York suc
cess ueh as this play has ever been re
leased tor stock to a. company west of
Chicago before the largcr eastern organ
izations got It."
NATIVE SONS WILL
The recently elected officers of the
Native Sons of Utah will be installed at
tneir regular monthly mcelinc; on the sec
ond floor at 1G1 South Main street to
night. The officers are William A
Loatham. president: Judge T. D. Lewis,
vice president; Patrick E. Connor, secre
tary; Julian M- Bamberger, treasurer;
Fred Elinor, member board of crovernors.
The following delegates to tho srrand
council havo also been elected: T. JJ.
Irvine, W. M. McCrcn. Joseph A. Young.
A. W. Long. R, p,. Woolley. S M. Bar
low. W. W. CaJdor. W- W. Mcintosh and
1J. A. King.
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City
and the state of Utah Local: Fair Friday
Comparative weather data. aL Salt Lake
City. January 2. 1913:
Highest temperature today was 31 de
grees: highest in this month since 1S74
was 60 degree; lowest last night was 10
degrees, lowest this month since 1S4
Was 20 degrees below i:ero; mean temper
ature for today was 25 degrees; normal
was 29 degrees: accumulated deficiency
since the lirst of the month is 7 decrees:
accumulated deficiency since January 1
is 7 degrees.
Relative humidity at G a. m. today was
SC per cent: relative humidity at G p. m.
today was i3 per cent.
Tolal precipitation for the twenty-four
hours ending at 6 p. in. was none; total
for this month to date In .02 of au Inch:
accumulated deficiency for this month to
date is .00 of an inch: total precipitation;
since January 1 to date is .02 of an Inch: I
accumulated deficiency since January 3
la .0C of an inch.
Sun rises 7;i3 a m.; oun sets 5.11 p.
ni., January I!. 101".
Stations. . i-- yi -
, ? vsr r- f
If I I
SALT .LAKE 30l T 16 .00
Boinc 3(j :!S 2S .00
Cheyenne ill 30; 12 .00
Chicago '. 2S 40 .00
Denver -H 4S "0 -Op
Dea Moines ... 22 ....
Dodge City -M IS -0
Dulutli IS 24 lo .01
Dumngo 2G 24, 4. .00
Grand Junction 21 30 10' On
Havre M -H 1 1!
IIHcna -II 15 IS. .00
Huron 20 SO H .00
Jackuonvlllc GS 6S 51 .02
Kansas City 30 34! 30 .00
Lander -12 ih 6 .00
Los Angeles 72 SO 5 .00
Modcna 36 ' H 32 .00
Moorhead .... 6 .00
New Orlf-ans i" 5 72' 5-1 .00
Ni-w York -IS r-0, ?.S .00
North Platte -H 4t( 12 .00
Oklahoma 36 42, 30 .00
Phoeni.V 60 6GI 36 .00
Pocatollo 30 30 20 .00
Portland. Or. 2 f.l 40 .01
Rapid City 36 -0. 14 .00
Roneburg f'2 42 .00
au Diego 66 72 T.O .00
St. trills 32 40 32- .00
St. Paul H IS' 141 .00
San Francisco r.S 461 .00
Seattle -'R. "- -"S
Sheridan -S 321 S .00
Spokauo M -(( 25 .00
Tonopah , -2, i 2S .00
Waahlnslon -IS i.2 2S .00
Wllllslon -'S L:, s
I Wlrincmucca. S! nOt 16. .0
Cut the High Cost of living.
W. H. Chapman, "VTiuncbago, Neb.,
tolls bow bo di'i if- "-M.J two cblldreit ,
had a very bad conch and tho doctor's
medicincB did them no good. I ot a I
botUo of Foley Honey and Tar Com
pound, ami beforo it was all used the
children wcro froc and rurod of their
Roujrh. T saved a doctor 'h bill for oucl
S5c"bottlo of Foley 's Ilonoy and Tar I
Compound. Xo opiates. .Schramm-John-eon,
Drujns "Tho Never Snbstltutors,"
livo 0) JjAod stores. (Advertisement.)
I Dr A. Kerr (snrpeon) ban removed
hia office to U2o notion buijdinp.
GIVE Yd LIlfEfl ID BOWELS A THOROUGH
GLEflWSfnIG WITH GEWTLE "SYRUP OF FIGS'"
Removes the sour bile, gases aud clogged-up waste without, gripe or
nausea No headache, indigestion, constipation, bilious
ness or coated tongue.
Tou know when your liver is bad,
when your bowels arc bluish. You
i'cel a certain dullncas and depression,
perhap3 tho approach of a hcadacho.
your stomach cts sour and full of
CTs, tonjiuc coated, breath foul, or you
havo indigestion. You ear. "I am bil
ious or constipated, and "I must take
somctbiDp; tonight. '
Arosfc pcoplo shrink from a phvsic
they think of castor oil, calomel.' salts
or cathartic, pilla.
TVs difforcut with Svrup of Figs.,
us effect is as t.hat of fruit: "of eating
coarse iood: of exercise. Take a tca
upoourul of delicious Syrup 0f Figs to
night and you Avon 't realize yon have
taken anything until morning, when
all tho clogged up waste mailer, sour
oilo and constipation poisons move on
and out; of your system., without gripe,
Salt Lake Statistic
George R. Bralthwaite and Ellen Pea
Roy D. Peters and Lorcna Lund, Salt
Charles Tr Roper and "Mrs. Prlscilla
Alllncr, ialt Lake.
c. w'a,'tc,r L Cau-tlett and .Mary Shaffer,
David W. Adamson, 317 North. West
lemplc street, girl.
Albert E. Tuckclt. 2403 Pine street, girl.
Rhcrnhold Schmidt, 7-1S Roosevelt aVe-
boydlYanI T" JIalclu?st' R c,l-v. a.vcnue,
Wostr;box" KIusdm 2GS Xdrth Seventh
wSt?"boy. AViIliam3' 134 ' "ortJi Fifth
Roy Kates. SG7 South Fourth East. girl.
South? Iil I y' ,:'67 m,sL X5nUl
boyhn AVilford holmes, 573 Post street,
SirU C Brow"' AZG Xorth Sixt West,
nu?aS?L W Xon'er- G0 Whitman ave-
Alfred Young, -t Pugsley court, girl.
We5tanbov Sn' ' 775 Xorth sPC0Id
! January 1, 191C Clara' C. Clisbv. 2
pnenumonra.rimCntS' 70 W' blcJl
-ioa',W- 2 ""-William R. Gallacher.
plexv nS avenue, oO years, apo
December SO. 1012 Margrct IcLac
Qficc2ll,er .s,. J 91 --John Peterson. 736
,..Peceniber 20. 1012 Arvilla Harrison.
o Mnth avenue, 61 years, oedema. -of
January 1. 3013 John K. Hcndrick. D.
& .p. 9. yards, 23 years, accident.
-7DvCrn 'CrcS1, J212iobcrl J'- Emery.
o orth Seventh West. 2 vCars, uri-Known.
' Eoal Estate Transfovs.
Henry llcath and wife to Hcnrv
13ohi. part lot 12, block IS. five
acre plat A $ 10
Andrea ilehesey to Transfer Realty
Co.. part lot 2, block 0. plat TJ.." 1.000
Tel urldc Realty Co. to Inga LZ.
Horsier, lots 13 and 14. block S.
3-cderal Heights aoo
Wallter 13ros. Rankers to David W
Hor3ley, part lot 2. block 61, plat
Ashton-Jenkins Co. to Sina Eakin.
lot In, Gilmer place c ;oo
Kimball & Richards Co. to Louis
II. Sims, lota 100 to 202, Highland
park, plat A 1 xso
nauon or weakness. Nothing clsa
cleanses aud regulates vottr sour, disor
dered stomach, torpid liver and thirty
font of wasto clogged bowels like gon
tlo. effective Syrup of Figs. Don't
think you aro drugging yourself . Ee
tug composed entirely of luscious figs,
senna and, aromatics, it can not cause
If your child is cross, sick and fov
ensb, or its little stomach sour, tonguo
coated. give Syrup of Figs at onco.
It s really all that, is needed to mako
children well and bappy again. Tboy
dearly lovo its' pleasant taste.
Ask your druggist for tbo full name,
'Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna,"
ana look on tho label for tho name
California Fig Syrup Compauy. That,
and that only, is thp. genuine. "Refuse
any other fig syrup substitute with con
FOR THE PUBLIC
Public comfort stations to be built
ond maintained by tho city in the busi
ness district where most needed, will be
recommended to the city commission in
the near future by Commissioner W. U.
h-rPA' Hc would have the city spend
52i.,000 for about four stations.
During bin recent visit to California
tbo water commissioner took occasion to
note the public comfort facilities of Los
Angeles and other cities. The stations
would be particularly for women and
DEED FOR BANK SITE
FILED WITH RECORDER
The old quarters of the Wclls-Fargo
Express company on iraln street below
First South street has been transferred
from the Herald-Republican company to
Charles E. Stewart, James G. McCalllii
tcr, John Stringham, A. Carrlnglon Young
and N. C. Stringham. The deed was
filed with tho counts' recorder vester
day, giving ?73.000 as the consideration.
The building Is to be remodelled for the
Farmers fc Stockgrowers bank.
UTAH VALLEY COMPANY
FILES ITS ARTICLES
The Utah Yalley Gas & Power com
pany, which proposes to give Provo a
modern gas distributing system, yester
day filed Its articles of incorporation with
the secretary of state. The company is
capitalised at $500,000 and shares are
S100 each.. Chicago and Salt Lake cap
italists arc baching the undertaking.
Fred C. Richmond of Salt Lako is
president. W. H. Ray of Provo is vice
president and treasurer and R. R. Bald
win of Chicago Is secretary.
How to Shed a Rough,
Blotchy, or Faded Skin
(From Beauty's Mirror.)
Thin, is what you should do to shed .1
bad complexion. Spread evenly over the
face, covering every Inch of shin, a thin
layer of orclinarj mercolfzed wax. Let
this stay on over night, washing it off
next morning. Repeat dally until
your completion Ig as clear, sofr and
heauttful as a young glrl'p. This result Is
inevitable, no matter how soiled or with
ered the complexion. The was literally
absorbs tho filmy surface skin, exposing
the lovely young skin beneath. Tho pro
cess is entirely harmless, no little of the
old skin coming off at a time, iicrcollifd
wax is obtainable at any drug store: ope
ounce usually suffices. It's a veritable
wonder worker for rough, chapped, red
dened, blotchy, pimpled, freckled or sal- 1
low sliln. i
Pure powdered eaxolilo is excellent for i
a wrinkled skin. M ounce of it dissolved i
ln a half-pint witch haxel makes a re
freshing wash lotion. This renders the I
skin quite firm and smooth- Indeed, the
very first application craso? the liner lines- !
the deeper ones r.oon follow.
I Price Cutting Most Sensational I !
I Price Cutting Unheard of Before !
I Price Cutting Such As You Would I ,;
I Expect Only at "The Big Store" Is 1 j
I HURRYING OUT I !
I- AS NEVER BEFORE
To properly tell of the value giving, the econo- B ' . ;
Hiies, the savings, calls for what would certainly m
seem to be extravagance in expression, were not ;
I the VALUES themselves the last and final proof M f ;.
that such description is no more than -justified H ;
and conservative. V j.
Greater January values have never been H i
known before at Auerbach Co. Share in Hj :
them while you can. gjgjjj '
For Rent j
Magnificent storeroom, with large second Hoar ai;d 9 I
I basement. Reasonable rental. Very best location in city. jj
MEHESY'S, 276 Main St. J
OFF SALE NOW ON I jj
COATS . AFTERNOON DRESSES WAISTS I 3
All velvet, cloth and fur In silks, velvets, fancy wool 'All silk waists evening j
I coats; handsome evening waists, fancy chifron waists I jh
wraps anc cloth every waist in the house 1 M 0;
Off aa Off 1 y Off I Ij
GOWNS Suits NECKWEAR I
Dinner Dresses, evening Handsome cloth tailor made All the latest novelties in I
gowns and fancy dresses- and 3-piece suits; in velvet, neckwear and belts and jew g j
cloth and mixtures elry jffi
Off 1 Off Off I I
Skirts, Silk Petticoats fgg 1 f7$ I 1
g and Hosiery i drttZWJ!? m
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