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H 12- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORMNG, JANUARY 1913. i
(Continued, from Page Ten.)
1,1. YT. latches of Salt Lake City. Ar
rangements arc being made for tho wed;
Iinc to tako plncc on February 12.
Mr. and Mr. Gcorgo Cannon an
nounce tho engagement of their dnugh
tcr, Addic, to David V. Jlowell, I ho
marriage to tako place some time in I he
Mr. and' Mrs. David Henderson an
nonnco tho marriatro of their daughter,
Xellio. to .Tames M. lVazcr, December
ni, 12. Mr. and Mrs. Vrazer will
nulko their homo ul Beaver City, Utah.
Mrs. .T. A. Simms announces the mar
riago of her daughter, .lotsio M. I"'
to "G. Gray Lomlcv. formerly of halt
Lake, in &eattlo, Wafch., on December
25. Mr. and Mrs. Lcmley will make
their homo ia Seattle.
At noon. Thursday at tho Firbt Con
gregational church, Misa Mario Estelle
Daft and. Thoodoro D. Urbahus wero
tnarTied by tho Kov. Elmer I. Goshen.
Tho brido waa attended by Miss Pauline
White as bridesmaid and J. E. Voiler
acted as best man. Jack Fadlcr and
Thomas O. Shockcll wero ushers. Ed
ward Kimball rendered a choice musical
programme beforo tho ceremony, -which
included tho Swedish wedding march
and melodv in F during tho ceremony.
Mr. and ifr. Urbahns left rhur?day
evening on tho Los Angolos Limited for
Glendalo, Cal.. trhcro they will make
thoir home. Miss Daft was one of Salt
Lake's popular girls and loaves a wide
esrelo of friends horn. m Mr. ITrbnhns is
-n tho government peryjeo in California.
W. A. Tlockliff announces the mar
riage of his daughter, Ethel, to D. I.
"Wmon, the marriago having takon place
in Brigham City Friday, December 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will bo at homo
to their friends after January G at Iso.
.'51 Kensington apartments.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo A. Davis an
Tiounco tho engagement of their daugh
ter, Ivy, to Oscar 33. Evans, tho wed
ding to tako place Weducsda.r. Janu
ary lo, in tho .Salt Lake temple.
Mrs. Mario Bcrnhoim announces tho
engagement of her daughter, Martha,
to Hermann Halm, tho dato of tho
marriago lo be announced later.
Mr. G. W. Hcdger announces tho
engagement of her granddaughter, Irmn
Gudgell, to .lames F. Kcate, tho mar
riage' to take place in February.
Mr. and Mrs. George G. Hardy au
noniico tho eneagenient of thoir daugh
ter, Mae, to W. L. Kimball. Tho date
of ihc marriage will bo announced later.
Mr. and Mrs. Husscl L. Tracy and
their son Hussel left Friday evening
for tho coast. They will visit Mr. Tra
cy's mother in Monrovia for :i week,
when Rusirl will return to tho Thatch
er school lor boy-, and -Mr. and .Mrs.
Traey will spend some tiuio at the Ho
tel Virginia at Long lioach. Later
they may go lo Honolulu before re
Mrs. Walter tthntighupssy is in town
on her way west, aud js at the Hotel
Utah for a" stay of a few days, greut-
iug her h'alt Lake friends.
Colonel and Mrs. E. A. Wall arc ex
pecting to bavo as thoir gnosis Mr. and
Mrs. Huddleson, cousins of Colonel
Wall, who are on thoir way from Kau
sas to Santa Monica for tho wintor
Mr. and .Mrs. J. T. Ueles are in .San
Francisco, where they went to spend
tho Christmas holidu.vs. They will go
to Los Angeles within a few "days, and
will return bv that route.
Miss Helen Monroo is back from
Denver, where she has spout tho past
two weeks visiting her mother.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Hakcr are down
from Idaho Falls, Idaho, and are visit
ing the lloliiian family.
Lieutenant and Mrs. TJoydcn E.
Becbc, who have been at Fort Lciiveu
worth, arc to be transferred to Fort
Sheridan, near Chieago.
Miss Floroncc ..Maginnis returned yes
terday to her homo in Ogdcn, after a
slay of a week with friends here. Miss
Maginnis was entertained at numerous
affairs during her stay.
Miss Lillian Tcsas, who is just now
visiting in Baltimore, will go to Wash
ington, to bo tho guest of her cousin.
I Mrs. James Filtzer, and still later she
II BEGINNING ON MONDAY, JANUARY 6 I
HI OUR POLICY always has been to place our BEST 1
Hi IDEAS within the reach of the masses. This Sale gives 1
HI PRACTICAL PROOF of the soundness of this policy and 1
HI its beneficial influence upon the public welfare. Never be- 1
Hi fore has bo much goodness been crowded into a $3.50 corset 1
Hi Nemo Self-Reducing Corset ) I
HI With Lasticurve-BacklS jfTj
Hl 322-Extra'long Skirt, Low Bast ( ?f 'SLa v&
Kl 324 Extra-long Skirt, Mtdiam Bait J FS
B ' The introduction of tho new
Hl LaatikopsCloth, in broad gores at V t&Z&t'
Hl the back: of the corset, alone 3ig2'
BI makes this new device possible. 7 1
1 The NON-ELASTIC portion of the
Hl gores cover and extend btlow tho J l
back steels, producing an extreme-
Hl I lu long skirt which is laced clear lTfTA a3
I down to the end, following the j") JSj
I natural incurve of the figure. It in WJ'1
HS I impossible for the edge of the cor- 'V'V
Hl I set to show through the dress. i, fl
1 I Tho ELASTIC pBrt of each gore , m 3 Jf
Hl fi- expands when you are seated, Av
Hl Riving ample room for the AV -V.vt
Hl 'spread" of tho hips, and produc- f SiPfi
j ing an absolutely smooth back. ww
Hl ThiB is the rery "beet corset ever I S T Wi
aold regularly at $3. 50. A m
HI READ TOIS, WISE WOMEN!
lE" When yon buy Nemo Corsets at 1
Hl FULL PRICE, yon get greater val- 1 VV
Hl than my other makm wonld be I VQlr VV
1 at HALF PRICE. And this Is WHY: JA U
Hl 1. Nearly all our trade ia in cor- I Vriu
seta retailing at$3.50 and more, I JnP(
Hl ' -while with most other makers ll ti&
Hl corsets at these prices are a t':2&r
Hl eide-ieiue. "?5;:' I t-
1 2. For example: Wo manufacture -Co f stg '
1 these two now models in thou- - & -jTwl'!? ms
i rands of dozens, instead of by fSS r
thegross. The resulting con- A M 3 f
1 omy in material and manufac- iOTT&z wt-t.
1 tunng enables ub to sell these 1
coraets at only 43.50. though
the actual cost of manufacture r 1
not less than $5.00. j 5ELF -REDU ClNG
3. By restricting our lino to com- 1
H paratively few models nnd making' these few in tremendous I
1 quantities, we are able to make good bur oft-repeated claim that I
Hl Every Nemo Corset represents at least twice as mnch value, in
material and making, as any other corset sold at similar prices.
H ATTEND THIS SALE SEE ALL THE NEMOS
This new corset is going to sweep the country. It is
H sure to be our most popular $3.50 model this year. Several
H hundred thousand pairs have been distributed amongst
H practically all the good stores in America, but even that
H vask Quantity may prove unequal to the demand. So be
H early at tho Sale; and, while your at it, look through
H the entire Nemo line that's something every woman
Hl Olfght tO do. KOPS BROS., Manufacturer, NEW YORK
How to Cure Rhoumatism
Prominent Doctor'o Best Prescription
Easily Mixed at Home.
This simple and liarmlcsa formula han
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It. quickly curlmr chronic and aeule
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Cn orlslnHl sen led puclcaKc) nnd one
ounce of ayrup of .Sa.rijipnrlllH. compound.
Ttike these two Insrcdlents homo !id put
tlicm in :i half pine of sood vhlkey.
Shtiko th? botllp nnd tako n tablcspounful
lofor each meal and ut bed time." Good
rcuults come after tho first few doges. If
vour dniBKlst docs not havo Torla com
pound In xtock he tvlll get It for you In
a (cw hours from his wholesale hou."c.
Don't bp Influenced to tstke a patent mud
lelne iiiHtfad of this. Insist on havlnK
the centilne Torl.n compound In the
original, one-ounce. aenJed. yellow pack
age. ThlH was published here last win
ter and hundreds uf the worst cukcj? were
cured by It In a Jthort time. I'ubllslied
by tho Globe Pharmaceutical Labora
tory of Chicago. (Advertisement.)
will vifcit in Virginia and so to Now
Vurk. " i
Mr. C. I'. Haiviollc arjl bcr lit tl
dau.qlitcr liavu roturncd from a visit
with i)r. and Mrs. Robinson in 12u
ruka. Mr. and Mrs. 1-. Hosgriff aro re
joicing over tlic arrival of a little
daughter at their home, 07S 15:ist South
Captain Robert W. iM earns, wbu ljas
been etiMt for nomu mootha, has re
turned lo the poet aud rejoiued hia rcg
imeat. Mrii. .J. II. Meredith has returned to
Salt Lake after a two months' visit
with relatives and friends in Chey
enne, Chicago and New York cil3'.
Mr?. V. 7r. Tobias and .Mrs. W. II.
Wheyor and their mother. Mrs. O. l,
Arnold, fc'r., have irono to tho coast for
a month or so. They will be in S;iu
FratuM.sco for a few' weeks and lalet
will be in Lob An cole..
Kdward C. lllis (,f Seattle h here
for a few davs visilinc hia aunt. Mra.
Zina II. Bull.
M. and l.rs. J'Ved Dern and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Is'iblcy left on New
Year's day for San Francisco, whence
they will .sail Tuesday for a monlh or
so in Honolulu.
Mrs. Kzra Thompson and her ?on
Clyde, who worn hero for tho Christ
mas holidays, left yesterday, to return
Airs, .lames Fiulcn. who has been
spending the holida.ys with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .lamc'ss "Ivors, left yester
dav for her homo in Untie.
Mr. v and Mrs. Jay Rogers arc the
parents of a littlo new daughter, bom
to them on Xow Year's day.
Mrs. E. G. Hanson of Eureka and
her daughter, Miss Alice Hanson, havo
pone to Lop Angeles to spend the re
mainder of the wintor.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Thomas, Jr.,
returned the latter part of tho week
to their home in 121kol, TVyo., after a
visit of a few days here and in Og
Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Doolitllc expect
to leave within a few days for Los
Angeles aud the beaches ncarb3T to
spend a month or so.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius A. Boyd or
Ogdon have returned to their homo af
ter a few davs in town with friends.
Mri. J". T. Harris "ill leave within a
few days for Long Reach and later for
Pasadena to .spend some tinio with
Colonel and Mrs. Holmes.
Mr. and Mrs. "Richard Stinglcy have
returned from a j-car spent in southern
California and are ut' home at 52, the
Captain Alexander Macnab. formerly
boro with the Fifteenth, but now as
signed to the Fourteenth, has been
sent to Seattle.
Miss Gladys Savage is home from a
stav of somo two years in the east,
where gho "was graduated last Juue
from Fairmount seminary.
MisB Nonna SearB, who is now in
tho oast, will .join Miss J".1 ?
Gates and Miss Romania Hyde for their
trip abroad, sailing from New i ork on
Mr. and Mrs. 15. 0. Mochlonburg are
back from a visit with Mr. and Mra.
Jack Lynch. at the Ucaly hotel in Og
den. Mre. Guvrctt Hogan. who has becu
visiting Dr. aud Mrs. H. N. Mayo, has
gono on to ber homo in Bozcman, Mont.
Mi6S lSditb Klopcnslein is in from
Bingham spending tho holidays with
Miss CIclla McCread-.
Mr. and Mrs. Tbaddcus W. Naylor
are here from ISoisc for a tay of a
few weeks, and arc visitiug friends.
Lieutenant "Bruce Wedgwood re
turned Thursday to Fort D. A. Rus
sell, after spendiug a short leave here
with his parents.
Miss Mario Odell and Mies Margaret
Dunn were cuests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph E. Bristol in Ogdcn, but returned
to their home tho first of tho week.
Mr. J. Copley, Jr.. formerly Miss
Deborah Rislcy'of this city, is here
from Nevada visiting rolatives.
Mrs. Charles J. Frcund and her
daughters loft early in the week for a
ipit -ith I'rieiKis fn Cincinnati.
Mrs. J. 71. Traughber is hack from a
visit with her cousins. Judge nnd Miss
Ty Gunnel! in Ogdcn, and is with her
50u and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. AV. K.
Traughber. again at the Woodruff
Mr. aud Mra., Fred Pifcbo! of Chi
oago havo been in tho city for a short
timo visitioc Mr. and Mrs. William
I'isobel ou their way west-
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Woodbridge. who
for a few years made thoir home here,
aro back for a visit from Uplands, CaJ.,
nnd arc at the Hotel Utah for a short
Mrs. J. W. Shoo.'in of Galona, 111..
1h horo visiting her sister, Mr?. Al
ien T. Sanford. at her homo on Doug
MisA Johnson, who hn hcen visiting
l aptaiii and Mrs. A. W. Foreman a I
Fort Douclas for a short time, will
leave early in the woek for her home
Mr. and Mr. W. n. thill T.-nc -zone
east for a ibit ith friends, Mr. Child
having joined Mrs. Child in Los Au
geles. Mr. and Mrc. Charles S. Burton and
Miss Rohan Spencer left tho middle of
tho week for n visit to Washington,
V. C, where Mr. Burton is called on
Mrs. W. If. Paul left Tueedav nic;ht
for Denver, after spending the holidays
with Mrs. J. W. Christ- in the Brans
ford. Miss Edna Foulks leaves the first ot
the week Tor California, after spending
her vacation in this city.
Miss Sadye Myers, who is attend
ing Smith college, spent her holiday
:ication with her aunt aud nuclo and
family at 11 ttruiwiek street. Roches
ter. N. Y where they celebrated her
eighleeuth birthday with a larfje parly
New Years day, January 15 she re
turned to her studios.
Mrr. A. fnrtor entertained the mem
bers of (lu- Ne Plus Ultra club on
Thursday la?t nt the I 'eery hotel. Af
ter tho usual games ami tea Iho cuests
were presented with New Year's favors.
Tho prize winners were Mrs. M. L.
.Mitchell, Mrs. A. Fisher and Mrs. C. II.
Jenkins. The club will meet next time
with Mrs. Frank L. Hiucs at the Louise
apart in cuts.
Mrs. Bernard Ro hi ting outcrlaiued
yesterday aftornoou at bridge for Miss
Adeline Jacobson, when decorations of
red hearts and red carnations were
used. The hostess was assislod bv Mrs.
D. I Rohlllnc. Miis Fdna Shcpard aud
Miss Lou Ila3 s.
Mrs. T. J. Nipper was the hostess on
Weduosday afternoon at a largo and
elaborate rooeptiou at her homo on East
South Temple street to meet Mrs. Eu
nice Cogswell Gordou of Ogdcn, the
worthy grand matron of the O. E. S.
Tho rooms were bright with Christmas
decorations and in the creen and cut
flower. The friends who assisted in
receiving wcro Mrs. Adolnh Anderson,
i Mrs. Luther Sinclaire. Mrs. Sidney
TCiug. Mr.. Francis Shields. Those in
tho dining room were Mrs. J. H. Mur
titt, Mrs. H. E. Monheim, Mrs. A. N".
Ninear, Mrs. IT. K. Cain. Miss Bessie
.Tudd and Miss Ruth Glassbrook. A mu
sical programme was rendered during
the aftornoou ho urn, Mrs. C. C. Snyder,
Miss Rowena Koni3, Mrs. Gcorgo E.
Skclton and Mrs. P. O. Perkins talriug
part. Mrs. Snyder sang "Since Thou
Art Mine," Schubert's "Snronado,"
"Red Roses in Juno," "At Nightfall"
and "A Dream." Miss Korns .sing
"Nitrhtingale" and "Just a-Wcarying
c r i
Miss Mildred Bchlc entertained about
twentv-five of her friends yesterdar af
ternoon at a tea nt tho home of her
brother, Dr. A. C. Behlc. a few of her
frienis. Miss Gene Covey. Miss Kuimn
Cullcn and Miss Elizabeth Perkins as
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dickinson will en
tertain a party of fifteen friends to
night at a dinner at tho Wilson hotel.
Misfl Edna Shepard will cutortnin
nest Thursdav at a bridge tea for Miss
A delightful and enjoyablo New
Year's watch party wis givon by Mr.
and Mrs. Alex II. Oblad at. their home
ou Blaine avenue. Tho evening "was.
spent in playing gamctf. mumo, etc.,
and at midnight, a Dutch supper was
served. Thoso present were Mr. and
Mrs. Oblad, E. Brewster, Mr. and Mrs.
E. H, Browstor, Mr. and. Mrs. C. W.
Silvers, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Millor, Mr.
aud Mrs. Otto 0. Oblad, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Matt hers, Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Brcwslor, Mr. and Mr?. Zach J. Oblad,
II. L. Harrow. Miss Roscmond. Larson
aud Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tavlor.
Mi.rt Grace Simms entertained, at a
New Year's eve card party Wednesday
evcuing nt her home, twelvo tables of
hor friends enjoyinc tho simp, The
home was bright withf holiday colors
and tho hostess "was assisted by Mrs. C.
M. McDonald, Mis3 Birdio Blomquist
aud Miss Irmn. Simn.
A very onjoyablc affair of tho week
was tho bridge partv given by Mrs.
Moran, IS20 Fifth East street. Mrs.
Moran waa assisted, bv M.rs. Movers,
Mrs. Terry and Mra. F. W. Oakloy. Fivo
tables of bridgo was played aud au
elaborato luncheon was served.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mo. En tyro enter
tained at cards Friday evening for Mr.
and Mrs. C. II. McEntyre, who aro hero
Tho Aodificium club entertained at
a delightful watch party Tuesday even
ing at the homo of tho Misses Evans.
Tho rooms wero tastefully decorated
in the club colors, blue and white. A
delicious supper was served by Mrs.
Evans, Mrs. Lloyd, Minerva Cottam
and Lconn lTaslam, Those enjoyiuc
the affair were tho Misses Ella Bond,
Rebecca Boud, Alice Cottam. Leila
Cottam, Margaret Evaus, Pearl Evans,
Luella Lloyd. .Tom i ma Lloyd, Eflio
Taylor, sabcllo Martin, Rubv Guiver,
ITanna. Kjar, Ethel Willis, IClsie Ad
ams; Messrs. Harry Watson, Morris
Parry, Bruce Nicholls, Austin Smith,
Floyd Caslcrlinc, Ralph Casterlino,
Charles Parrj, Jack Jordan, Charles
Wright, Carl Kjar, Bob TToggan, Art
Newman, Will ITigbeo, Mr. Becmis, M"r.
and Mre. Fred A. Evans and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Tlaudlcy.
Miss Crete Courso3' entertained the
members of the T. 0. N. O. club at a
pleasant affair Thursday, tea being
nerved from a tublc daintily arranged
in the club colors.
Miss Graco Hewlett entertained the
members of her club and friends at a
watch party at her home New Year's
eve. Five hundred was the feature
of tho evening. Tho prizes were won
by Miss Mnry Williamson, Miss Rhea
Taylor, Walter Devlin aud Lewis F.
Boyle. Sim was assisted In entertain
ing by bur mother, Mra. 0. H. Hew
lett, Mrs. D(!ano Monnhnn, Mrs A. Mc
Oweu aud Mrs. 0. F. Littrol of Aus
tin, Ncv. Those present to ou.joy
tho pleasant evening wero the Misses
Faj' Lambert, Har.el Fox, Belle Gibloy,
Minnie Egau, Rhen Taylor, Bernice Ly
man, Margaret Whitakor, J laze! Need
ham, Mary Williamson, Leah Holliday,
Pearl Gardner, Leone Gamnietto and
Bessie Whitaker; Mosra. Lewis Boyle,
Perry Egan, King Thomas, Burt Smith,
Orson Schottlor, Leslie Cocking, Blaiu
Bowman, Vernor Uewlctt. Lawrence
Mitchell, Waller Devlin, Einmet Cam
eron, Fred Egan, Mr. Bloomquist, Mr.
Dca.no M!ouahan and Mr. Allen Mc
Owen. Mr. and Mrs. ,T. H. Parsons enter
tained at a prettily appointed dinner
last evening in honor of Mrs. .Surah
.May and Miss Clarice Mawhinn-n; of
Park City. The diniuc room and par
lor wore in Christmas decorations. Cov
ens were laid for tlm following: Air.
aud Mrs. John Prisk, Mrs. Scarbor
ough, Mj?5 Efiio Cavnimueh, Miss
Clarice Mawhinncy, Master Ewing, Da
vid Naylor, Ilarold Wall and Mir." Jack
of New York city. During the even
ing maov friends called and enjoyed
the evening plaviug cards.
Miss Bertha Godbc entertained vos
terday afternoon for her sister, .Mir
iam, who is lo leave soon for the
east to be away some lime.
A New Year's watch party was giv
eu on New Year's eve by Miss Helen
Warring and Miss Surah Llewelyn at
the homo of Mrs. Llewelyn on East
First South street. The house was
gorgeously decorated with American
beauty roses, ehryi-nuthomuiiis and
ferns. The evening was delightfully
spout, in plnyinir games ot "various
kinds. Miss Helen Warring and Mr.
Fayle Jluddleston sang a beautiful
duet, and J. P. .Tonkins sang a solo,
accompanied on the piano by Mih.s
Sarah Llewelyn. Rol re.shnient.s were
served at, 12 o'clock. The invited
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Olson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Jenkins and son,
Beaumont; Mr. and Mrs. J. Holmes,
Mrs. B. B. Warring. M. O. Gardner,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Huddleslon and two
sons, Favle and Rav; Miss Beulah Xew
land, Gilbert. 'VonabJe, Kenneth Evan.s,
and Mrs. Keener and daughter. Yada,
all of this city; Ed PfcelVer of Milwau
kee, Wis.; Dr. AVnllacc Bailey of Sal
yersville. Tvv.; Joe Mitchell and Mis
Kate Warring, of Kansas Citv, Mo.:
Mrs. Rhoda Michael, of PortlaB lf J
1 Vnvil,w, ""'l brothojB Wl
or California; Dan Morenu 0l V
Angeles, Cal.: Mioses Ullian JaM
Wilcox, of Houston, Toinv M?M
dred .Miner, of Denver, C010 mT
Mrs. Gordon Ellsworth anFEOul t
uoth, and Francis Stone, of NuwIWL
Mr. and M"rs. M. Swnuson ami ui A
ter. Ellen, of Detroit, Mich I'L-.lt
Blanche aud Juauita McTaiu ',fMf Ll.
ita, Kan., and .Misses Loui0 'nndl'j. 1
garetlc McCarty, of St. JosenbiKto &
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shufer W-r
tamed twenty of their friends t)I1'
Dutch supper to see the old yca.SVr'f
ami the new year in. There weroBiflsii 1
cut, bcsidest.he host aud hostoiw , xU
and SUs. J. W. Do Ford and so I
and Mtv. Clinton. Myrtice ClintnJ tog61
and Mrs. E. Z. -Marks. .Mr. and Am. L p
A. Marks. Mr. and Mrs. K:,ri $rWP
i Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mahukcnl' .u
and Mrs. Claude Shafer. Mia- mi.
Shafcr and Mrs. Rogmi of JjfP0'ir
land, Or. Wfrt
Mr. and Mrs. Dillwurlb oalliCr
lertained the ladies of the I. F. Ymtf&tt
and their husbands at a " watch 'K ifiU
ty New Year's eve. The exentn'atiB'
pleasantly spent at card"!, after
a delicious supper was j-oned
wero tdveu lo Mr. nnd Mrs. S IMhW
Will Navlor and Mrs. Y. Ji. PrXrtfk
Those who enjoved the pleasant Wil
were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fraticif!t
and Mrs. Will Haves, Mr. and MwD
Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Will NaIoMwbc(
Mr. and Mrs. Die: Bennett '..'ln
fi k '
Mr. and Mrs. Claud W. rroertW lci
a dinner party New Year's eve. QMt0'
were laid for fourteen. ' iWLjfftf
Misses Grace and Ghuh JncltsojKl0
Icayo this morning for "their lioM.Vo. J
McC amnion, Idaho, after two nleWYi
weck.s with their aunt. .Mi. T lj ,
10." EfHt First South street ' !
You will find that druccists oK, !0C
where speak well of Chamherll
Cough Remeilv. Thev know from'e'
experience in I ho sale of it tlnih infAiM "
of coicli5 and cold it can alu-aW,,
depended upon, and that tt is omrK
aud safe to in'-.e. For sale by .ailMi'iifl':
erg. ( AdvcrtioouienU
I TILE CUSTOMS DEPAP.LUll
MENT of THE BR01 cc
SCHOOL OF DRESSMAKMKjJ,
i prepared to 'lo all kinds jti!i
high elass dreMiiaking ntKll
E ladies' tailoring. Im'l
I Phone Was. 70o. COJ Dooly BlW
I Mill ll 'II 'I I MMIIIIi iiuimJ'
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One of the means we have adopted for demonstrating the high quality of our work,
the adequate facilities of our plant and the careful attention we give to details, is to $
announce special inducements. j t
This Week We Announce An Inducement
That Will Interest Every Woman
This inducement is for genuine French Dry Cleaning, "the Regal Way" not the mi
ordinary so-called dry cleaning, it is the kind that has built the enviable reputa- IE
tion we enjoy. We began business in 1902. Since that time we have been gain- w
ing experience and improving our facilities and methods until now we are in a po- K(
sition to do work satisfactory to the most particular people. When you send your lj'
work to us you are dealing with a thoroughly reliable and well established house, p
and you are guaranteed satisfaction. j
This Week We French Dry Clean I
LADIES' DARK 1
COLORED SKIRTS $MJfL f
WHITE AND iilZs I
LIGHT SKIRTS . . DOC I
Work accepted at these prices all week. Called for and delivered free. wi
Main Office and Plant 156-160 East Second South jf
Branches First South and State and 112 East Second South. fl'
Telephone Exchange 200 1
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