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- 1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913. , 1-1
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Wm With the Clubwomen h
)fc!laailectl.on of tho on
Ririan Chanty league tool;
'8'S lh0 r06idcuc 01 r3
M MT Whitley, Thursday morn.
J J;. .tTV's. The following officers
SyBK for WW:
gSK V. Salisbury, president.
',JIl.'b McCornick, vico president.
YfmD C Boberie, secretary.
'? x5FW o directors is composed
Ir-3 fi-U together with Mrs. C. W.
jfeftriri! A. H. S. Bird and Miss
Ml C. Whitley and Mrs. David
M'ne appointed a committoo to
,.t.8 0f the fund raised by tho
jftjftffL Bed Cross Christmas seals.
Mill successful sale $1000 was
'ffchich will bo spent locally for
iBJT(ntioB and relief of tubercu-
ilftiiirily league 'ias "ouo a 'iroad
,j:did work during the past year,
r'lijftrfjjo reported has been invest i
iltil assistance- rendered when its
MSfeHJ has bocn ascertained. Miss
. Kforous was visiting nurso for tho
, ' aDd her services havo been
"SiJ for 1913. Thrco hundred and
(jJKf150115 wero hc,pcd
lBLjlei station was established Oc
iumL at Xo. 252 Jennings avenue,
mJVc.'t between South Temple and
ijMjfcmplo streets. Any ono with
rmicff clothing to givo will grcat
ift this good work by notifying
iJwTtta officers o the loaguo, who
ijS(bd to send for apparel. Dur
'tfcS pit year 723 new or used nr
.if clothing wero distributed, all
"Ttiffwo Font out clean and iu ox-
condition. Onco a week all the
B Lai the station is fumigated to
W any possibility of spreading
fc'tho past year tho disbursc
ifnll detailed report of the clov
'litmiial convention of the Geu
iFrieration of Women's clubs is
Kpici having reached tho officials
ilixal state federation. Tho report
iHveral hundred pages and em
ii all tho doings of the big ten
'ctcting last Juno ami July. It
iepilca and published by Mrs.
Mvooilof Portsmouth, N. II. Its
aiionbas beuu delayed ou account
b3 in the family of the sccrc
it was to havo been issued last
rkr. The big book, two iucbes
I a complete history of tho do
Ifco ivliolo convention, contain
les each day's mi'mitos, the re
manding committees, of spc'
taittccj and of individuals, the
of ivelcorao and the speeches
aioR of Miss Roberta Flotchcr,
in; speaker ou the Moutessori
to :givo a series of lectures
really quite a triumph for the
congress and tho Frocbel so
b two organizations which
ber here. Miss Fletcher is rc
5 one of tho foremost educators
ington, and sho has been very
demand as a lecturer on and
itor of the new ideas put forth
:tfbvned Italian teacher. Miss
will besides delivering tho
lures announced, give a deinon
at Rowland hall for parents
at the Lafayctto school for
i Ljlu L. Shopard addressed tbe
7 Night Literary club last Mon
frtniBK on "A Broader Vision."
Mtpard reviewed much of the
i&t has beon doing throughout
.tiled State3 in the past fivo yoars
liilercsts of ovangolism, tempor
al woman's suffrage, giving a
fcflei the three heads along 'the
wl lines followed on tho plat
i Mis, Shepard being a former
N 'of the Monday Night club, u
Si Ittendancc, consisting' largely of
I former mcmbors, was prcsont to
ui. The meeting was hold at
aa of Mrs. Emma G. Bledsoe
J. Cecil Alter.
tourist section of tho Ludies'
;7.clu,b will meet Tuesday mom-
10 o'clock at tho club house to
"e tho study of southom France.
(JOicph Ropers will givo a paper
to First History of Religion in
Tn and Mrs. Leo Charles Miller
PTea falk on her motor trip
v ?i?C0 iu connection with the
KJln tho year book, "Grasso and
fjy,omv0n oC thc University of
'Jul hold tho regular meeting
tntday afternoon at 2:30 a
iwgarten rooma of tho univer
tJraL wiH be musical numbors
mt Wallaco and Misa Fay Lam
a talk on aTt by Edwin Ev
: 189 hostesses for tho day will
S,iCWiEe ro- Fowler, Mrs.
'n. Althea Wheeler and
a Tj' Rtlnford, tho venerable
1 toe University of Minnesota,
rA0Dof tho moat forceful speak
uao 8an Francisco biennial con
B 3t Juuo, is to bo in Salt
tbtt way west somo time witb
weeks, and it is likely that
ri club women will engage her
Wt ono lecture.
Pk?ub niccfc n"fc Saturday
Mra. A. J. Gorham
. 1,0 U5UJ11 1 o'clock lunch
amCmcdp th literary paTt oC
m "'an'o l'rcss club tviH
Wat .?v' Jnnuarv S. at 7:30
tffintr 0 Blsbops's b'uilding. An
i u? Programme has been pro-
fcf.dls' Aid boeiety of tho First
afcton JVIr$h will meet Tuesday,
Kit. v h Charles Alcott at
ili ,n a.tTcet' A number of
iloj. 1 aR8,fc tbo hostess in eu
liWdnV 5eion oC thc Ivies'
W at Wi,U wet tomorrow aft-!HCiVoni0r-ll0mo
o s. Walton,
( ElTrt. to continue
of "The. Divine C mody."
dlknn e I
iBlLadlpi S l'nauel Baptist
SaMUrst'n,. :HV 80cioty will moot
ifttB n $k 2:30 at tho homo of
jMZ ' Bor'np, "o, l Kuslcr tcr
-5jd fiance v.ili give the rcg
ular monthly luncheon on Wednesday
at 12:30 o'clock in Unity hall.
The- City Association of clubs will
bold its regular monthly meeting on
Monday at tho Y. W. C. A., when steps
will bo taken toward furthering the
work of the state legislative commit
tec. Tho Ladies' Aid society of the Ilifi'
M. E. church will meet with Mrs. iS'.
A. Bunyon at 23 JI street Tuesday at
i. o clock ior a business and social ses
sion. The Ladies- Literary club at its nxt
meeting will take up a study of the
Panama canal Mrs. E, D. Stub'bins will
C e o A TIl4tor.V of the Canal Zone,"
Owen Gray will give a talk on
i lie Engineering Features. Sanitary
Conditions and General Relation of the
Canal." The music will bo furnished
by Miss Janet Williamson.
The regular meotinc of the Wasatch
Literary dub will be held with Mrs. G.
h ".an'0.ss H"0 Roosevelt avenue. Mrs.
ll. A Kiufir will give a paper on "Re-V-,011!
devolutions in Mexico;" Mr- J
1'. Phinncy will read a pancr ou "Dc
vclopincnts of Southern Mexico," and
Mrs. F. L. Hincs will review current
Tho Spirit of Liberty chapter. Daugh
ters of tho American Revolution, will
liold the regular January meeting next
Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Frank
B. btephcus at her homo on Thirteenth
East street. Mrs. Charles W. Bovd will
be tho chairman of the afternoon's pro
gramme. C It
. Tljo Cleofan will hold an open meet
ing Wcdncsdav evening at S o'clock as
cruests of Miss A ft on Young at the
louug homo in Red Butte Hollow. Miss
FOB HMFF, FALLING Hi OR
IW 5CIP--MENT "01BE1E"
Save Your Hair. Danderine Destroys Dandruff and Stops
PaUing Hair at Once Grows Hair; We Prove It.
If you care for heavy bair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant
with life; has an incomparable soft
ness and is fluffy and lustrous, you
must uso Dandcrino, becauso nothing
else accomplishes so much for tbe hair.
Just one application of Knowlton's
Danderino will double tho beauty of
your hair, besides it immediately dis
solves every particlo of daudruff; you
cannot havo nice, heavy, healthy hair
if you have dandruff. ' bis destructive
scurf robs the hair of its lustre, its
strength and its very life, and if not
overcome it produces a fovcrishnosa
and itching of the scalp; the hair' root3
onng will have charge of a musical
programme which will constitute the
evening 'a ontcrtainmeiit. Each mem
ber will bo permitted to bring one
The Woman's Republican club will
meet Mondav afloruoon at the homo of
Mrs. Kalo U. Sliill, X'.O N'orth Sccoud
West street. Mrs. D. X. Straup and
-Mrs. J. B. Swensou will bu hostesses
with Mrs. Skill.
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The Seekers' Literary club will'mecl
Tuesday uc-xt with Mrs. C R. Coin at
licr homo. S75 West Second South htrcet.
Mrs. E, O. McCullow, who was ill last
week aud uuablo to bo prcscut. will
read her paper on ''Tho Panama, Ca
nal." and Mrs. Thompson will givo a
famish, loosen and die; then tho hair
falls out fast.
If your hair has been neglected and
is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too
oily, don't hesitate, but got a 25 cent
bottle of Knowlton's Danderino at any
drug storo or toilet counter; apply a
little as directed and ten minutes after
you will say this was the best invest
ment j'ou ever made
We sincerely believe, regardless of
everything else advertised, that if you
desire soft7 lustrous, beautiful hair and
lots of it no dandruff no itching
scalp and no more falling hair you
must use Knowlton's Dnnderino. If
eventually whv not nowf A 25 cent
bottle will trulv amazn von.
FREE TO YOU MY SISTER iZXXrn
1 urn a woman.
I know woman's suffering.
I havo found tho euro.
...i1 ? n V ojMT charge, my hiae Itnh
ialwlth foil Instructions to any enrforor from
woman's allmonts. I want to toll all worn on about
tola enrojco, my reader, for yourself, your
daughter, your mother, or your slater. I want to
tell you how to euro yourselves at homo with
out tho help of Bdoctor. Mon eunit understand
womon's Bufferings. Whatwowomen knowfron
IB ritDci, wo know bottor than any doctor. I
know that my'home treatment la safe and euro
oure for Luc-tHoh or Whlllih dlithirm, Utenatisa, Ola
3Ucniin orFalllae of Ihi Woab, Prafuii, Scanty ir Pilnbl
r.riecU, Ulitlm irOrirlan Tumorc, or Grairihs; ilu palsali
hud, bi:k tad boaolt, biarlns icm (ulldfi. nmjwmii,
crtotloafiillne uo Ihi spine, oitliccholr. dialre locQ.taf
flaihit, cterlosts, kldntjr. and bladdtr Ircgblti thira tmti
ui RiaVmtaia ptcullir toouraar.
I wont to send you a cenptatttan lai ffsitaaul
oallraly fria to provo to yon that you can cura
yoursolf at home, easily, quickly and
nurely. Remember, that, II vlll coal job eolhlnf to
fjiTCtho treat aentacomplototrlal; and if you
tvishto oontinue, it will coat you only aibont 12 cents iv week or lees than two cents a day. It
willnot Interforo with your work or occupation. Juit aind maycuroaraa ind iddratt, tollmehowyoa
Buffer if you wish, and 1 will ooud you tho treatment for yourcoso. entirely f roo.ln plain wrap
per, by return mall. I will also ocndyoufraa ol cit, my book "WOMAM'S OrTB MEDICAL ADVISER" with
explanatory illustrations showing why women nuffer, and how they can easily cure themselves
at homo. Every womanebould havo it, ondleam to lhlnkfar haraalf. Then when thodootor aaya
"You must havo an operation," you can decldo for yourself. Thousands of women have cured
fthomaolves with my homo remedy. It cures ill old or younf, To Mothers of Oaarfilart, I will explain a
Jnmplo homo treatment which speedily and effcctuallv cures Leucorrhoca, Green Blckneesand
Painful or Irrogular Menstruation in young Ladles, Plumpncsa and health always result from
Wberevoryon lire. I can refer you to ladles of your own locality who know and will gladlr
tell any sufferer that this Home Traalreaot really corat all women's dlflonaea.andmakes women well,
strong, plump and robust. Just net at jtv iiirats, and the freo ten day's treatment is yours, abo
the book. Writo to-day, as you maty not ooo this offer again. Address
MRS. M. gUiViftfBERS, Box H Notre Dame, Jnd.f S. A 1
BUSINESS OF PARCEL
POST IS INCREASING
Th parcel post business at the local
postoflicc continues to increase, but the
ollieo has been ablo to take caro of all
incoming and outgoing parcels up to the
present, without any appreciable dclav.
City carriers have been able to handle
all packages for city delivery, although
it may bo necessary to provide further
means for deliver' in tho near future.
The carriers are not burdened with any
more matter than in tho past, although
some of the packages havo been more
bulky. Most of tho parcels received up
to yesterday afternoon wore under four
pounds in weight.
For the information of those who arc
sending packages east, Postmaster A. L.
ThomaH gave out a list, of states yester
day, with the zones in which thov arc
located. The cntiro state of Illinois is
located in the sixth zono, Tho postage
rato in the sixth zone is 10 cents for tho
first, pound and 9 cents for each addi
tional pound. The following states are
located entirely within tho eighth zono:
Connecticut, Delaware. Maine, Massa
chusetts. New Hampshire, Xcw .Tcrscy,
Rhode Island, Vermont and tho District
of Columbia. Tho eighth zone rate is
12 cents a pound straight.
Escaped After Fifteen Yeats.
W. P. Broyles made a successful es
cape after fifteen years of suffering
from kidney and bladder troubles. Fo
ley Kidney Pills released him and will
do .inst the same for others. lie says:
"They cured a most Bovere backache
with painful bladder irregularities, and
they do all j-ou claim for thorn." Re
fuse substitutes. Schramm-Johnson,
Drugs, "the never substitutors," Gvc
(5) good stores. (Advertisement)
Chcycune, January 9-11.
Excursions via Oregon Short Line.
January (5. 7 and 8. from Salt Lako.
Cheycnue and return $20.90
Denver and return $22.50
Limit. January 20. City ticket office,
Hotel Utah. (Advertisement.)
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148 Down Main H
SUNDAY DINNER I
January 5 50c 12 to 8 p. m. '
Ohieken Broth, Louisiana. Oon'sonime Jardinier. II
I Radishes. " ' H
Fillets of Soles ail Wine, Blanch. ; I
ENTRIES y ' I
; ' - Eillets of Beef Pique with Mushrooms. -V ' . . I
, Orange Mtters, Wine Sauce. v -X ' H
'P ROAST I
f t Young Utali Turkey, Cranbeny Sauce. ; .'- '. I
Prime Eastern Beef au Jus. . mm
VEGETABLES . H
Mashed Potatoes. Brussels Sprouts. '; 1
:r-t.I-. SALAD "'-. ' H
. . Celery in Mayonnaise. HH
- - - . v.:r T.: DESSERT ''.-. ; : H
Ice 46ream. Oake. Orange Ice. Pumpkin P.ic;'v HH
', v ;. ;- Swiss Cheese and Crackers. 4 II
Demi Tasse . II
Maraschino Slices ...10c Banana Short Oake 15c H
Brandy Puffs 10c Pineapple Meringue Tarts, 10c I
MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA FROM 4 TO 8 P. M.
Our Ice Cream Brings Joy at Home to a Party or Alone. I
The Sensation of the Town j
The big store has (jfP 'ow P"ces an
beee crowded to rSO? smTZMMmA the big values were hi
its utmost capacityj Cfi 3kWr NEVER GREATER
COST aod away below cost is the order of the sale. None of our immense jm
present stock will be moved to our new home, which means quick i
action. The terrific slaughter which is now going on will continue
until every dollar's worth of merchandise is sold. The sale involves our ij
entire stock of Millinery, Coats, Suits, Waists, Underwear, Corsets, Gloves,
Hosiery and hundreds of smaller notions without doubt the greatest money-
saving event ever presented. OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. m
Alive With New Low Prices 1
All small quantities and odds and ends will be cast upon bargain tables at prices that will w
cause wonder. A clean sweep is what we want. Attend the Sale Monday
i t. . "