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!. .THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1913. s
: MIusl Winuifrcd Dyer, one or tho attractive young collcgo girls asalstlnjj
, at the College club dance last evening.
All matter to bo Included In Sun
day society must bo In thJa offloo not
Jatcr than twelve o'clock noon Satur
day. , .. .Illi nio.r.l'cra of the College club
I ' pruved themselves ideal lios-
leases last everilns; .'it their dance
JL and card p:irty nt Whitney hall,
at which about two 'hundred
Inonda wore entertained. The pretty llt
ile hall was decorated with palms and
; ferns and besides the dancing, tablos
.were arranged for thoso who cared to
ml ay canis; in one corner a punchbowl
I van placed, and Into In the evening a
delicious suppiir of Iocs and eako was
'served in Imfifcf style. The guests were
received by. Mr. and Mrs, Ira U. Travis,
plr and Mrs. "3. O. Lcathcvwood and
pigs Until Slorcr. The- refreshments j
were hi charge, of Mrs. F. E. Marcy, who
vwrraH aF3ialco " A,isH Dora -Boguc, IMIss
jj feWinnifred Dyer. Mtes 32lta Puwcrs, Dr.
SSj; EtKathcrlne Eager, Miss Helen Monroe,
S: Ptrs. C. II HeuKcr and Mrs. G. V. Dawry.
?Ai tho punch table were .Miss llcssol
. Iber. rillss Dorothy Webber, Miss Edna
'.a ilCoatcs and Miss Mary Storcr. The doc
ID ftorationi were the work of Miss Flor-
3 i COULD NOT
Si It w.i3 recently held that because a
Cleaning Establishment publicly dis
ji played in their office and on their ala
Uvu tionei-y this statement, "Wo assume no
1tpS' 'responsibility for goods left with us"
w that it was a part of the contract, and
.raj! a man who had had '.lis trousers
P M acorched by a careless employee, who
i4l Hcd too hot an iron, could not recover
f damages even though tho trousers
. wore luincd. To meet just such emcr
OUr Kcncles the Myers Cleaning & Dyeing
j.j Co., 1H-1K) W. Broadway, issue an in
nOW nurancc pollcv on all clothes left with
' thorn, guaranteeing to pay full value
1a for any damage done the clothes or for
JC loss by fire. It Is a big ad for the firm.
v Phones Wasatch 37-1. 075,
g - Motion
V6 With the Edison
t i Home Kinetoscope.
LUII yu aie in te rested ,
let us give you an enter
jf tniumeni. al; your homo
ji fiomc evening,
rk l COLUMBIAN
m OPTICAL CO.
slreM I 337 Main St.
lES BARKER'S 1
y cSSfllBeSittQ fto-note a ".(UH-Unl growth.
T8BliL3'fikrB SilL- to lt Youthful Color.
lNS.Kwfti:"'"l t'rerrrr.ta hair falllnr.
tttc tin 1
encc Jennings and Miss Helen 13o.rud
and Mrs. Lealhcrwood was In charge of
the card tables.
A delightful affair of last evening was
the hop given by the officers and la
dles or Fort Douglas, to which a large
number of their friends from town were
Invited. Tho quests were received bv
.Mrs. Uor train I. .lohnson and Mrs. R
Wallace, the members of the hop io:n
mittco having arranged cvervihing to
intilco tho event an enjoyable one. The
excellent music of the full regimental or
chestra gavo opportunity for unlimited
enjoyment for the dancers, and others
enjoyed visiting till near midnight. Sev
eral informal dinners preceded the hop
and a few small hop suppers followed.
Mrs. Lafayette Hanchctt was this hos
tess yesterday at a most delightful
luncheon at her home for twelve friends,
most of whom were together at the San
Francisco biennial last June. Tho long
table wjls beautiful with a huge basket
.of yellow Jlillington roses and. narcis
sus, the white and gold being carried
out in all the table appointments. Tho
guests included Mrs. C. 1-1. Mc.Mahon,
Mrs. A. J. Gorham, Mrs. J. T. Boless,
Mrs. A. H. Cowan. Mr IT. Bintz, Mrs.
Borthelst. Mrs. F. L. Oswald, Mrs. D. D.
IVaslec. Mrs. B. B. Critchlow. Mrs. Eliz
abeth Co ray and Mrs. A. T. McCanne.
Mrs. Thomas Marioneaux was tho hos
tess yesterday afternoon at the Empress
for a party of sixteen, given In compli
ment to Mrs. Paul Gurkc of Los Angeles,
a tea at the Hotel Utah following tho
show. Tho guests, besides Mrs. Uurkc,
wero Mrs. Murray Sullhan, Mrs. LI X.
Mayo. Mrs. Clarence Warnoek. Mr.. Mil
ton Lipman. Mrs. Frank Roberts. Mrs.
George W. Putnam, Mrs IT. C Edwards,
Mrs. Harry Knight. Mrs Charles V.
Boyd, Mrs. W. T. Benson, Mrs. Sharnicr,
Mrs. Glen Miller. Mra. J. T. BIcliard3
and Mrs. George Gushing-.
Mrs. Frank L. Parker entertained a
doze:; friends yesterday most delightfully
at a bridge party at her home, throe
tablee'of the sumo filling the afternoon
hourst The guests were Mrs. W. W. Riv
ers, Mrn. Amber l.uman. Mrs. Richard
Stir.gley, Mrs. .1. C. Hanclictt. Mrs.
Cuariea A. Qulglcr. Mvj. Noble Warrum.
M:c. A. Fred Wcy, Mrs. Aaughn Paul,
M"rs. A. L. Hoppaugh. M;s. .A. II, En
sign. '.Mrs. G. IJ, Lockharl and Mrs. B.
Mr. and Mr?. Oha-rles Cl.kr.gj enter
tained delightfully last evening at a
dinner followed bv bridge for Mr. and
Mrs. B. M. White of Eagle. Colo., who arc
here oi; a visit. Tho decorations were of
narcht.su2. the sprlng-llkc floweis filling?
a ciysta! basltct which was tied wit' a
gn at yellow "bow. Yellow-shaded lights 1
added their tone!: of color also. Tlie
guests to meet Mr. and Mrs. White were
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davidson. Mr. and
Mrs. Krani:- IrIsherf Mr. and Mrs Tom
Bllllnga. Miss Edith Kingsbury and
Mlea Esther Duatun entertained about a
hundred of her friends yesterday after
noon at a lea. at the Dustan homo for
Miss Florence Cooke, a brldo of the
coming week. The home vat ay with
flowers, and those entirely in red. Roses
were nocd mainly in artist!; profusion
Kccivlpg with the hoatess and the guest
of honor wirc their two tr.otiicro. Mrs 11
C. Dustan and Mrs. Waltc- A. Cooke,
while in the dining room taking turns at
the lea table were Mr.-;. Tied Knicker
bocker. Miss Lcnorc SRir.son and Mrs.
J. Gorham. Among those who aMisteil
in soiling were Ml.is Bel !i " ljne. '.Mis3
Grace Cooke and Mm. Aline Ca-tcr
Lieutenant Philip O. Wrightson hua
been ordered to Madison. Wlf.. as spe
cial instructor In military m-ience in the
University of WiPconsln. Ho and Mrs.
Wrlghtson will leave Foijt Tiougla;; lo
morrow. Madame Wi'ightson will re
main at the yost for a few wcks lyitiug
friends and will then go to Port Leaven -worl'i
for a vifiil before going to .loin
LleulC'nant and Mrs. Wrightuon In tliclr
Mr.s. Chester Oawson rnlnrtaincd s cn
(erdav afternoon ai a kcnslnglon at her
homr In eompliinorit to Miss Beryl Fox,
uhoit marriage to Edwin E'.anson tHkcs
place ne?: t week. The rooms were deco
rated In carnations and ferns and ajislft
Ing the hostcsn v.'ero Mra. Feramorz Fox.
Mif. George f?. Lambert. Miss Mary
Johnson and Mis-- Florence Fox.
a a i
Invitations havo been lsrued b Mrs.
.1. M. Callow for a bridge lea. to be
Kivon Thursday. January UO at the Hotel
I. ta'i. Bridge will be played during the
ar lifternoon with a large tea follow
ing from till t".
Mrs, Paul Koyscr IM be the hostess
tonighl at a dinner dance to be gi-'en for
.Mis:- Norhlnc Thompson and Miss Marie
Odell the dinner at the Alia club and
the dance later at the Country club.
Mr. and Mr.. Lloyd SigtPr ar leading
the city for several month?. Mr. Slgler
goiiiJi cast yesterday on a business trip
and Mrs. Slgler to Los Angeles tomorrow
for a. visit with friends, to be joined later
by Mr. Slgler on his roturn from the
The cake alc . planned by Lie enter
tainment committee of the Ladles Lit
erary club for today has boon postponed
for one week, and will be held on Sat
urday, January 25.
Mrs. George W. Putnam and Mrs.
Charles Boyd will entertain with a lunch
eon next Tuesday at the University club
for Mrs. Paul Hurler; or Los Angeles.
Miss Marsarct Walker will entertain at
a supper Sunday evening from 7 till 1'
Mrs. E. H. Wright will entertain the
officers of the Daughters of tho Utah
Pioneers today at a luncheon.
Mrs. L. F. Hamnicll will entertain to
day at a luncheon at her home,, with
Miss Luclle Xoyco will entertain at a
birthday luncheon for sixteen of her
Mrs. 5. 7T. Carthcy leaves Saturday for
tho Pacific coast to spend the rest of the
Mrs. T. A. Greenwood will entertain
today at a luncheon at her home for Mrs.
Paul Burke of Los Angeles.
Mrs. Sol Siegel Is expected home to
day from a .stay of some two months In
Baltimore and In Washington.
S It it
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Miller have re
turned from a visit to Los Angeles and
Sam Porter passed t'iroug-h the city
early in the week on his way to Grand
Rapids, Mich., from Hollywood, Cal
ffifr ffi 3SY THE PRESTOENTECECT.
An Earlier Lovo Afl'air Brilliant Dis
play of Gold Laco and Scarlet Coats
at Washington's Woddiug Thanked
Publicly iu the Houso of BnrgcsBos,
Washington Is Uuable to Speak a
Word in Reply By His Marriage one
of tho Richest Planters in Virginia
His Success as a Man of Business.
(Copyright, JS9G. by Harper & Broth
ers. All rights reserved.)
1 (Copyright. 1913, by the M'cCluvo News
TUIS was not Washington 's first
adventure iu love, but it was
his last, and gave him a fjniot
joy which stood him in stead
a wholo lifetime.
2so young Yirgjuiau could livo
twouty-six years amidst fair women iu
that halo and sociable colouy without
being touched again and again by the
quick passion; and-this man had ;hc
blood of a lover beyond his fellows,
Despite the shyness of a raw lad
who livod much iu the open, he had
relished the company of lively women
from tho first, mooting their gay sallies
sometimes with a look from bis frank
blue eyes that revealed more than he
knew. Love had first found him out
in earnest six years ago, when he was
but just turned of twenty: and it had
taken all the long while since to for
get his repulse at the banda of a fair
young beauty iu that day of passion,
AN EARLIER LOVE AFFAIR.
Mary fhillipsc had but taken hi?
fancy "for a moment, because he could
not pats such a woman by aud deem
himself still a tnio Virginian. It was
more serious that ho had been much
in the compauy. these last years, of a
" fair neighbor of the vivacious bouse
of Gary, whose wit and beauty had
haunted him in the very thick of cam
paigns upon 1 ho frontier, aud who siill
mastered his heart now and again, with i
a sort of imperious, charm, in the mid"t
of this very happy season when ho
kucw Martha fastis his Amiable1
heart's mislroBs for tbe future. It may
well have made- him glad of misadcu
Mires iu the past to know his heart
was safe- uow.
The campaign dragged painfully, far
into tho drear autumn. "December had
eome before tho captured post on the
Ohio could be left to the keeping
of Colonel Mercer and a little garri
son of yjroviucials. But when at last
ho was free agaiu Iboro was no reason
why Washington should wait longer to
be happy, and he was married to
Martha Custis on the Oth of Januarv.
A BRILLIANT WEDDING.
The suu shone vory bright that day,
and there was the Guc glitter of gold,
the brave show of resplendent uniforms,
in the little church whore the marriage
was solemnized. Ollicers of his majes
ty's dcrvico crowded there, 3u thoir
rfold laee and scarlet coats, to sec tboir
comrade wedded; tho now governor,
Francis Fauquier, himself came, clad
as befitted his rank; and the bride
groom tooK the suu not less gallantly
than the rest, as he rode, in bluo" and
silver and scarlet, beside tho coach
and six that bore his bride homeward
amidst 1 ho thronging friends of the
countryside. The young soldier's love
of a gallant array and a becoming cere
mony watj satisfied to the full, and he
must have rejoiced to be so bravo a
horseman on such a da v.
For lhreo months oi' deep content
be lived with his bride at her own
residence, tbe White House, bv York
river side, where their troth had been
: plighted, forgetting tho fat:guc-. o-? tho
frontier, and learning graiefullv the
jnuw life of quiet lovo and bomelv 1
These peaceful, healing mouths gone .
by, ho turned ouco more to public bus:- i
Six months before his marriage he j
had been chosen, a member of tho house j
of burgesses for Frederick counts' the i
county which had b-con his scene ot i
adventure in the old davs of survey
ing in the wilderness, and hi which
ever since BraddockS; fatal rout, he
had maintained his headquarters striv-1
tug to keep the border against tho I
Small wonder that he Ved the poll I
taken l here iu Winchester, where
through ?o many seasons men had scon j
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I m.","saS CHILDREN'S ART NEEDLEWORK CLASS SADAMAS
I iocT7mm lT0P.AY""A' SLASHING AMD MQSli s' 1 I
I flannels SEWSATBQNAL CLEARANCE OF I ginghams I
II """sATURDAv" " 1 Tl&fc. AI.I. HATS ON PIS- I SATURDAY M H
p;'r P ' "'"' l & mine effects" in ostrich 1 SKSIBSEHSe
H Third Floor. M S t'ancy feathers and dainty flowers comprising all El SATURDAY W&
IS ?1 T rM' P t and velvets all the popular new styles all colors. H Clearance of
M LUINCj-- E Lm 'n3 s our enr6 Htock up to $9.75 Come early Sat-H 25 Wnm n' am
H KIMONOS 1 " uiday and chooso any hatat $1.00. ' " ji g
H Sat OJJti-JiJiiuao j white, ty-n'ap-3 i-U !? m
SB values so at S7c. ' a POSITIVE AND ABSOLUTE SAVING OF FULLY ONE-THIRD. They're a ggSjv SS&v : -rdav ( he o Mi
ftyS Second Floor. I leading, high-class niake tnado of purest silk thread and fast black, of course. Sjg'p yjsjgjk. S c ' I air. uffl
ID SSiSSRSISim I HeelM aud toes are reinforced and tho garter tops measure 45 Inches. Novcr be- Cfmj STOic e S 'Main Floor. HI
mm I t'oro sold for lcaa than $1. 50 they go Saturday In this clearauco at 09e pair. $k?? brff , Hi
M 28 BARS OF BOB i PAIR W 2?i BARS QF CRYS". B H
I swolAlPTEFoRiAUNDBYl,5C Wme8iys HOSE 2c 8NFANTSy MOSEj ZST"- 1
mm "J tfl B "Women's tlccocd cotton hose, made fa.st j a Infanis' Cashmere Hose In pink, - w IES
mm .U tVffiil H black and seamless very superior JGc TSBi. blue, white, red and black some 3 orsk -W afiS mm mmm
8HWW H values in the Clearance Sale Saturday at BIff with colored heels and toes. Bot H $ Pas1 99
H 1 BlOc pair. Quality that will surprise you. IwW i-'Oc values in this Clearance. Sa I - &HS1 NH mWU
Wm Fouitli Floor Main Floor. urday. i'c. Main Floor. i Fourth Floor TO
JMBMIWUMMWaJllllltJL-'- ."I ' 11111 jii-Mvirm ihm i i i ,i , i , iry, ,UmmtJmmiLh!i gj
$1-25 W ii E H ' ' S S Many Hjher Mof eIs Have 1 I
- a Been Added to the f$ ffl H
union suits ClMfa,ee bt Wowe,.s gfa$L II
I 1 LLJ-! ' ' I u niLWiwuiiMw Lj.v'M'-jih rir2iipiTiFTdiii ii i j ii-w iiHi in 3? fi li Pal
I $1.25 WOMEN'S SILK'AND- CrcMtr ilio gl ? M fel
H Tn high neck and ionpr sleeves, high neck and mi M or prlcctl llijes notably ySv, iLy
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I Hoysehold DRIJOS and I Regularly till lH H
H i m , w i ui i iiui g M clearance ;it $12.50. 497' TPi A Fml
mmu nn mm H R S I Second Floor. 7.ou sikf a mmm
I Toilet Articles I M w 1
.. I CLEARANCE REDUCTIONS on J IfJBhi i
I Saturday and Monday Specials 1 SILK WAISTS OP TO $5.50 ij" )flWlw I
n 50c TAr3'etlrs Sage jititl .Sulphur, at Sue inn,cii1n'onnandata JR : 1 Ii j lU m
H $100 Wycth's Sage and Sulphur at 6&c bS"iern' mi(Mafe Sc(i"nwSi W&wl i ily wi m
y 50c Bronio Seltzer, at 29c -InTmy or "them rc2uiorc$5.3oa- w 8 " ; i I Lm
rm v,n ..f fir- "),;,. nyj M- inr E tics--so Saturday at $JAo. 'I i F iTSw UK mum
yH lL'c size at oc . bi.c. au xul. g second Floor. j II , IjvssjS P3 mmmm
H $1.00 size Brouio Seltzer at 59c I . M H
1 $?lbo .ttt.66c 1 $lna4'5H'98ISOr'SSS ii ll j m I
H 50e Pebcco Tooth .Paste, at 30c ..ue.,, anf! preUy models of lawns and j-fc 0B H mi i 8 P H 1
IH nxn lC"r,K-.ir'c 'Pnnili P-it-lo i1 14n percales striped and checked designs Iilsii jfcj g ' B
9M JOC AOlIlOS JOOLll 1 ilStL. ai a or Diitoh neek styles 5l.-l- values In thls M j 1 1 M H
B o0e CaiithrOX, special 33c g Clearance Saturday-S7c. poo), W i f IS WW
B uOc Hinds Honey and Almond Oeuui 35c fV U R w B
B $.1.00 .Hind's Honey and Almond Cream J. .83c Children's Dresses and Coats at V I I I HI W ymU
m 25c Cirler,s pills- al ; c I Clearance Prices That Mean Posi- ' W M H
El 25e Women's Dressing Combs, at; 12c 1 . 0 c rrw j . r J ffe IB fmm
m paim-oiive Soap-4 for 25o 1 bve savings of One-Tkrd to One- HI II
5 Mnin Floor. Half. jB
hurrying out hundreds 1 Final and Decisive Clearance Reductions on All 1 Clearance of 500 Pairs or jfj H
I S H O ESI B T S" SUITS and STOATS CHILS7fi i I
I ?5'00 Suits aud 0'Coafcs' S'o at.. $3.35 11
W cu&T'u orldhl.HM?cr I SJ ?6'50 SldtS 311(1 'Coats' SO at $3.98 I rZfi ffi H
P SS,n cl!nrofficbr0iootS:i i 1, kllfe $7.50 Suits and O'Coats, go at. .$4.95 B (S M H
1 ft shoes- I JhYMm $10.00 Suits and O'Coats, go at. $6.65 I SIs 01 I HH
B !Ht?1f. not ut.S1.49 1 53.00 Boys' Russian Blouse Suits, sizes I 'J' RO aU ' W mWW
SiOTIr,. o a$L69 I J$$ jirY 22 to 4 years- ft- fiR I l"? a,, $1.29 I
1 m h"?oe?-o ut $1.99 I JlMmrX in Ihis sale al . . . $1.03 WZ ,o ;Il$1.49 1
m Maln Fl001' B in t yMj ?4'00 Bys' Suits' si2es 4 10 6 m fancy 1 mmws&smmssBmm M
m iHSl"iBBR a 1 lB mixtures Clearance ft5 SO I HuiTy-Up Olcaraiicc of B B
1 60c HOISE i prieo I $2.50 mm'S -m
1 BROOMS,,,., j fy QYS? PANTS j O WPERWE&f? I
'!:?n m aii Tinvc- vIuuot Values to $1.00 at MQ ?nUuiiito. o: wiiitf klS ffli ilH
m Eo'ird ,? . IT...... ...si.S3 I All Boys Suit- VttttW? T.; dozen pairs -bloomer styles in sha-s f06 1 Wu?i mottlcJ IVBbVV M
MR S2 50 SLcn T a lfiOi' Chair at.. ,$1.B0 H tintl 0'Oo?lS lPSl to and IcnicUcrbockfr atj Its li- H cITm-1: rill sizrs lti J-mmm
m 50c l.lnoi J o p o n ... ...Mc H 'l"U hlL -sizes 9 to IC-many of theni worih 'reiOarix ltlij clc-iruni-ej. rrsuliiny wort -
M 35c Automilllc S JsW S Sat"lday th C,MaKn R I fiarm0' Main Vloor SB B
I BB raB?B 1 5oTlESB,EY,, 1 10c MEN'S canvas gloves Wl
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