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J is , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1913. . 1
tft$ f M 'l m05t intprfcanfc ovont .iuet at
BjjiS present on the horizon of tho
Sttjf club women. 13 "The Farmers'
BO and Houaekccpors' Roundup,"
Tphich. opens in Logan this wook. Tho
Trtcf women of Montana, Idaho and Utah aro
Ij'f.Sj planning to havo an interesting time on j
Q0 federation day, February 5, when ea
SVvJiJ peoial demonstrations of electrical deft-
2' xiaea for household use will bo made.
H.fl 1 Much of the credit for arranging the
tP'i .programme is due to Miss Gcrtrudo Mc
jjlv i I Cheyne, tho head of tho state commit
fjf tco on lorae economics, and a member
fff-il t the Agricultural college faculty.
&sH Miss McChoyno ha3 been connected
ftir! with university oxtension work for
'V'i'fflr years ia Indiana and has managed such
4t'a' demonstrations many times. In con
f.Jj noction with tho men in charge of tho
.''roundup" sho has arranged for a
special train from Salt Lake and Ogdcn
A: to carry tho club women to Logan, on
V S IVfcrnary 5, and they will leave here
iyl at S o'clock, returning after tho after
ll V , noon programme. Tho club women of
iff y.','. (CLogan havo arranged everything for
"c'Jji their comfort, ana luncheon will be
5 rif . served at the college on the arrival of
jf-.j; tho train from the south. Mrs. A. J.
- Gorham, the president of tho state fed-
eration, is to be one of tho speakers,
4, i j' giving a talk on what has been done in
if.j( the lino of household cconomica by tho
.1 i I) -women of the general federation under
!y PA "whose direction havo been established
3 "movable schools'1 such as the farm
' jj era now have, for the benefit of tho
-1 it housekeepers, oven in tho country dis
i .tricts, tho women who havo horoloforo
:?f thought tho club movemont for leisured
I 3 (Women only. In speaking of the same
.thing tho Idaho Club woman, pub
lishcd at Boise says:
"Since the household expense bill for
the United States is over $10,000,000,
000 annually, or expressed in another
iva3- some one has said that four-fifths
of the annual incomo of the family is
spent by the bousowivos for food, shel
ter and clothing, it seems that lessons
on the economic and nutritive value of
foods; the economic value of clothing,
food for growing children, preservation
of foods, setting tho tablo and serving
the meals, tho hygiene of the home,
house plans and the furnishing and dec
orarion of tho house, the management
of the house and tho use of modern
conveniences should be taught."
The Ladies Literary club celebrated
mim Friday the birthday of the poet Bums,
8 and a programme of unusual interest
was given in commemoration of tho
event. The Rev. P. A. Sirapkin was the
0110 speaker of the afLcrnoon and ho
pave a sketch of tho lifo and works of
Burn6 together' with an appreciation of
his place in literature, which will be
remembered as one of the masterful
topics presented before the club. With
a kindly insight into tho cause and the
conditions which went to make tho
Iffll character of Burns, tho speaker yet
, ;S hold that his contribution to Hl'c's
"l IB philosophy and lo the literature of his
t i'J ;ic surpassed by any one poet,
ia VP' ot course, including the dramatists.
SiS Following his talk which was listened
j2jg lo with intense interest, Mr. Sinipktn
m I J0 H n"niber of selections, including
f t i 'The Cottar's Saturday Xight", "The
if j l'-Pibtle lo a Young Friend'' and "To a
4 fountain Daisy." As a close of tho
g j afternoon, tho music, all of it Scotch,
! Vas R1VCD' Mra- c- c- Snvder singing
S I three beautiful ballads, "Ye Banl;8
iBil find Braes of Bonnie Doon" "Mv
m Jean an1 Dannie's Awa"; and tho
I newly organized Euterpe society under
w- A- Wctzell. singing "O, Wert
9 Thou in the Cald Blast" and "The
j&ffl Land of tho Leal."
W , friday will be presidents
U , y :it tho Ladies Literary club and
tSc Jhero will be a special musical pro-
m gramme for that afternoon, tho pro-
! gramme being in charge of Mra. Nel-
M- vB' B' Corll6s wiH play
djh "Songs Without Words" by Mendols-
WjH sohn: Mrs. O. C. Snydor will sing a
hag! double number, one of thorn boiuir ft0
W HcHt ,n Lord "Mrs. Ji. P. AnJerson
fVi ;"J1 Sia' the ''Obcrou Overture" bv
y l , - on Weber, accompanied by Miss Yoel-
m ccr'- AIlhr ffber. Otto King an(l
wTv58 CM.Pnrrll,l,lli;lW0 trios from
MM Haydn and Mendelssohn. Miss Jennie
m,f Sands will sing a group of Goi-man
l'. "J lcder- ,m,sb Mario Hughes will play a
k'-i So1?. an tbero bo dflulo
w w ?ynthiC futerPo society, Mrs.
wo. Wetzell, leader. '
ji: .Tho club women of tho city cxne
gc ela loK in tho death of
j Mrs. Charlotto L. Gilchrist, the cloc
.; Ehza K Boyle, and tho second prcsi-
& dent of tho Ladies Literary club. To
tM .Wb W Gchrist in the
2ir1 yo,lr8 betoro sbe left Salt Lake
gBg 6ho sweet and gracious pres
W thfclub- tbo?memberrof
fXi- J- t delighted to honor. Her bcau-
$ ll1 i65,0,11 in celebration if
K1 ihehib's th,rtieth birthday arc still
m Ti11 as 6hovrin marked abil v I
ft'I nter' ev-e,D in bor advanced years.
Sf-i f,,e w?.gre.silcnt of tho club in the
M rfi 387V,nd 1S79- To .her inspira
M SnrVlUe mVch of th? ?ood carl v I
SM D0rk 01 tho cluh. for she and W
i 1 tfc i w. a Ve' real Pwor f or ?ood
J ,H an tho then new communitv. fa
'M c,Tio re?ru.lar meeting of tho Utah
5ienffP.hxc asfc-ocintion was held Pr '
'Kffl ,d.ty 0VenJnfr; January 2-1, in the law
$1! tI- the Walk Bank b, ?5diM
fc Jack read a paper ontitled "Prcnara
Jj lion for Stenographic Work." which
Tas ,T,ud enjoved and heart !h- ;n
"fcnf'r "'VV1 ,br5cf ital of
,fnJ? Il-2f eacb .0,TC"1PS, programme,
Ma shit tfc? wi-ap,?3:rowin mombcr'
j'l snip the work of tho organization is
1 V0 tresting and helpful in the
Jl atenograpluc field. 1
Tho United Daughters of the Hoiifnd.
;S$ lebratI fridav night the one
Wim t ?'!.lrcfl. 'Z1 flxUi "nniversarv of tho
birth of General Ifobcrt E. 'r.oc the
iw.'A mooting being Imld at the homo of the-
rcct- The home was decorated
f'JM w an fcb? chflDtcr colors, red and white,
135! 5Sd uflnlon flaPs' An Qflflresa on the
!3H 1 0 Lee "5Va5 iven y lhe Bev. Mr.
fS'.fj Leonard, and a humorous Hclection bv
'i'M McClnini while beautiful iiinaica'l
Vim mnbers wore triven by M. liom- Engel
flM of Paris and Miss Carmelite Pitt. A
Vim "'Pncr was sei-'"il 1a pr. Mr. George
Vim Tf' Wo0'1 an'1 A,r- "7- yr- Silver prr
KIB siding at the tea and coffeft urns..
An intercfiting visitor of Use a-
' week was Mrs. James V. Metcalf of
( Glendivc, Mont., a well-knowni club
woman of tho northern stale, who was
one of the Montana delegation to the
, San Francisco biennial, Mrs. Metcalf
Mra. Walter O. Tuttla, -well known club woman, who will bo one of tho musicians at tho musical tea next Satur
day afternoon given by the music section of tho Ladies Literary club.
and her little daughter woro guests
of Mrs. Georgo H, Byan for a few
days on their way to California to re
main for tho rost of the winter- Salt
Lake club women met Mrs. Metcalf in
convpany with Mrs. Perham, formerly
Miss KTato Mackonzio. both of whom
were leading womon. in the Montana
The music section of the Ladies Lit-1
crary club will meet Wednesday at tho
clubhouse. Prof. Edgar Bayhss will
continue his lectures on music, this be
ing the second. The committee in J
charge of the day is as follows: Mrs.
Iloruuug. Mrs. Corliss. Mrs. Bowers,
Mrs, Jack Taylor and Mrs. Barrettc.
They cordially invite all interested to
attend the section. Tho programme is
Euterpe Society of the Ladles Lit
erary Club; Mrs. Wetzel t, Leader.
Paper. "Oratorios and Cantatas of
IWss Marion Gilkcrson.
Trio. "Lin Thlno Hvcs"
Mrs. Jack Taylor, Mrs. C. C.
.Dally and Miss Edna Dwycr
Illustrated Paper, "Songs Without
Words" Mrs. A. P. Stono
Illustrations bv Mrs. Hornunp.
Piano Solo. "IIuntliiK Son?;"
...Miss Kendall Krancke
Solo from "Elijah" "O Hear Ye,
Isrnfl" Mrs. Jack Taylor
Duct, "O Would Thut My Love"..,.
Mrs. Clifford and Mrs. Snyder
Orchestra "A Midsummer Night's
00 Fairy Music.
(c) Wctldlns March.
Mrs. Anderson (leader), rivet vio
lin: Misses Jean Clifton. Frances
Ilahn and Rose Plnnock, second
violins; Mlsa Glodvs Wickcna,
Tho Wasatch Literary club was en
tertained Tueiday at the home of Mrs.
Byron Gummings. when Bcni Engel of
Paris delighted the members with pi
ano selections from Chopin, Schumann
and Lcbuf-sy, also accompanying Miss
Irma Judd 111 three well-rendered vocal
solos. Mrs, C. 15. Kichards gave a
beautiful original story. Tho club
wont on record a? .-jlronjr supporters of
tho movement to establish a girls' dor
mitorv at tho University of Utah, a
motion being carried to petition the
legislature to that effect.
The Utah Woman s Press club will
meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the
Bishops building on North Main street.
Miss Alice Reynolds of the B. Y. U.
will give a lecture on "The Divorce of
Henry VTII and ICntheriuc of Aragon"
lifter" special research in the British
Museum. Mrs. Edna li.vma'ii Houtz will
review current events and Mrs. Mar
j -merit u Itluke will -jive t he legislative
report. Tim music will be furnished by
Mrs. Frank Evans and Mra. Mattie
The Salt Lake Woman 's club will
hold an open niectintr on Tuesday at
2:30 with Mrs. A. V. Taylor. 151 Doug
las avenue. Mrs. O. T. "Carlson will
give a pnpor on "Tho Outcome of So
cialistic Principles in New Zealand."
and other features of interest will be
presented. Tea table topicn is: "What
Women Can Do and Are Doing to Les
sen l he Cost of Living."
- t t
The reiic room of the D.ightcrs of
the Utah Pioneer has oeen put in
charge of certain committees under
Mrs Alice Morril Home, and it is
open to tho public on several days each
wcok. Especially on Wednesdaj after
noons arc preparations made to receive
the people who aro interested. Many
of the interesting relics of pioneer days
are to be seen here, some of them
loaned for the room audi many of them
gifts from families of the early '"pio
neers. There will ho a special meeting of
the history sectiou of tho Ladies JLiit
erary club noil Thursday morning,
when three, of tho "left over" papers
of tho sectiou will bo given, bringing
the course in colonial, history up to
dato. Mrs. McOwen ivill speak on
"Travel and Amusement,'' Miss G-il-korson
will lalk on "Mnnufacluriii"
and Sla.vcry' and Mrs- Gibson will
speak on "The Piedmont Region."
I- H 4.
The Bay View .Reading club will
meet Monday afternoon with Mrs. T.
W. Whitely at her homo. 851 Third
avenue The lesson will bo given by
section 5, tho magazine review by sec
tion 2 and Mrs. Lewis will review cur
rent events. Mrs. Giberson will read a
paper on "Tho South American Rail
ways. ' '"
The legislative committee of the
stale federation will hold a specially
important meeting tomorrow morning
at Jl o'clock in the rooms of the board
of education. All l-IuTd womon from out
of town who aro interested' in tho laws
ponding arc asked to attend.
Section 3 of the Woman's Auxiliary
of the Third Prosbyleriau Church will
havo a "Socinl Afternoon" from 2 to
1:30 o'clock on Tuesday, January 2St.li.
in the parlors of the church. A cordial
invitation to all.
The study club A in parliamentary
law and civics of the Woman's Repub
lic will meet Thursdnv evening, Janu
ary 30, at 21S South Main street. The
study club B in parliamentary law and
! civics will meet Monday evening, Jan
uary 27, at 6G0 Duncan avenue.
Tho P. E. O. sisterhood will meet j
next Saturdaj- aftcruoou with Mrs. Idlo,
lfl Twelfth East street. Miss Cora
Clark will review a play and Mrs. Sher
wood will review current events.
The Ladies Auxiliary to Council Si
U. C. T. wil give a card party in their
new hall, "Highlandcr'6," Mackintosh
building, Tuesday at 2:30.
The Cleofan will meet next Wcducs
da.y afternoon with Miss Plorenco
Home at hor home, S80 Ninth East
street. The topic, "Tho Luxomborg
Dynasty." will be presented bv Mrs.
Rodney T. Badger.
The dramatic section of the Ladies
Literary club will hold the regular
meeting tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock at the club houso and will con
tinue the reading of "The Pigeon."
J. Challen- Smith will address the
Monday Night Literary club tomorrow
evening, taking for his subject "Ja
maica, the Island and Its People. ' The
club is to bo entortained Uy Mrs. Lulu
L. Shepard at her residence. 35-1 South
Third Ea6t street.
Professor ICdwin Evans, professor of
art at: ihc University of Utah, will ad
dress the parents' class at tho Eigh
teenth ward chapel this morning at 10
o'clock. His subject will be "Art in
Lts Rolation to the Home.' A general
invitation is extended.
Tho ladies in the clns;- of Silent
Unity meet everv Tuosdav afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Alice B. Par
ker at 107 North Main street. The sub
ject for study is "The Constructive
Power of Thought." All interested aro
W. ML Grams9 s New Bungalow
Tills beautiful uvo-room bungalow, sold ,to W. M. Grams, 515 E street,
for 93000 by the Salt Lake Security & Trust Go.
1 FIIBIAL WORLD'
Opening- of New Bank, First
of the Week, Feature of
Normal conditions prevailod in tho
local world of finance during tho last
week, with tho opening. of the uew
Farmers & Stoekgrowcrs bank on Mon
day as the feature of interest. For the
present tho new baukinc institution is
located in. tho quarters formerly occu
pied by tho Utah Commercial & Sav
ings bank on East First South stroet,
but will romovo to its pormanont homo
in tho old Wolls Fargo & Co., bank
building on Main street in tho near
Tho officers of tho now bank ex
press great satisfaction over tho lirst
week's business, and say that deposits
aro far in excess of tho most sanguine
expectations It was declared by some
in close business touch with tho new
bank that tho deposits for the wcok
roachod a total in tho neighborhood of
$200,000, and that after the first of
the mouth, when other substantial de
posits are expected, the flguro would be
Another Bank to Open.
Tho now building on Stale street,
which is to houso the National City
bank, is fast nearing completion, and
moans another new l)ankiug houso in
Salt Lake. The interior, while not yot
open to public inspection, is artistically
and elaborate finished, and is con-
Htructfld aocordinp to the very latest
designs and facilities for handling a
general banking business.
W. S. McCornick returned home dur
ing tho wook from Washington, whero
ho was called with other Salt Lake
bankore to appear beforo tho Pujo in
vestigating committee of tho lowor
houso of congress, and Charles S. Bur
ton, managing director of tho Utah
Stato National bank is scheduled to
A normal volume of businoss was
transacted during tho week, according
to local bankers, although marked ?by
no particular features. Tho clearing
houso ilgures for the week show
healthy circulation, and the loan mar
ket uudcrwont no noticenblo change.
Intorost rates romain tho sanio.
Waiting on Congress.
Reports indicate that trade condi
tions at large aro satisfactory, al
though symptoms occasionally crocp in
to show a slowing down of business,
which is somewhat customary at tins
season of the year. In the merchandise
markets thero aro fow if any( signs of
overproduction, while tho buying power
of tho country has boon enormously en
hanced by the "bounteous crops of 1U12.
Bank clonriuns of tho country aro run
ning about 10 per cent ahead of those
of last 3-ear so far.
It is believed that a general move
ment in financial ventures will not be
put in motion until after the adjuru
mcnt of the extra session of c.ougrcss.
Fraud Chargo Dropped.
After being arraigned before Justice
I-T. S. Harper yesterdny on a charge of j
obtaining money under false pretenses
and sent to the county jail in default of
$200 bonds, J. P. Affleld was later re
leased upon his own recognizance, it
having been learned that tlie ease jigain.-it
tho defendant would not be pushed by
those who had made the complaint. Ar
nold was alleged to have secured i.
cents from the Grand Union Tea com
pany by a misrepresentation.
Tho women's auxiliary to the Progres
sive party will hold a meeting Tuesday
at 2 p. rn. in room B, Wilson hotel.
SHEEP COMMISSION if
Relief from what is considers
just taxation of Utah shucp in V
ming is assured In a letter "
yesterday by C. B. Stewart ,1'?
of tho Utah Woolgrowcrs
Mr. Stowart has been working 0n
proposition for abont a vcar an .v
yesterday that the letter meant a )
deal to him and would he read Mart
torest by all sheepmen. Tho h-H
answer to one from Mr. Stewatl itt
sheep commissioners of 0m' s
which a protest was made MalnX8.
ing sheep which arc beinB JH
across the corner of the state w iW
MRS. W. A. NELDEN K I
RUN DOWN BY AUTO
Confused by the glare of , h jj?
lights of an automobile owned um JT?
by W. R Hutchinson. Jr.. of uJgg
avenue. Mra. W. A. N'elden the , J
widow or tho late W. A. Nelrt W
struck by the machine, thrown I
pnvcmenl and palnfullv bruIsM . "
corner of South Temple and lH
shortly before 7 o'clock J 'rf
Hutchinson, driving- east on South
pie street, turned Into S street
car, going at a moderate mtp 7i42r
Mrs. Nelden 1113 she was croMini "JS8" I
until. In her cotiruslon, she stl
most In front it. lcpiC!l
Mrs. Nelden was bad'iv nhi,u
suffered a sprained wrist "and a $ iS'i
the right eye. Mr IIutchln;on t2kI
injured woman lo her home, us r .LB
In ills enr and Ktiminoned a nM-If5i,,B
when It was found that her InjuwSS'l
not dangerous. JunM
Held on Burglary Charge. S
tDmnilio Del Gardo. a Mexican,
to have burglarized the reeMence fn..
G. Malory. :-.2-l ISast Fifth Swti tu
on the night of January 10, u-"g urJ
before Justice Harry S IlnrpYr
day on a r-imrge f burglary n ihl3i
ond degree and entered a plea h ai
K.illty. His tra was Put for JaLfS
2S. In .lefuult of ?r,00 bonds, th dSfaS
d.-m; wrui t ominittcd to the county jljf
jj lit I, lUjliUnlhff '"WWIIIIi UltWW WnlMil I V 1 1 1 I 'i 1 I1'1 umm I I 1 1 fiWIWWUlHh I
Lok fr Liiclfcers h
j j To Be Distrifeyfeci Among- I
I j Our Ciisiarners I
i Oommencing February Fiist, The Salt Lake City Breving Oo. 8
will distribute merchandise orders to its patrons same will be. j
I J accepted as CASH when presented to any merchant in the city. 1 , 5
I I Holders of our Merchandise Orders by this new plan are not ,
J compelled to take any specified premium, but have the privilege j
of buying; anything they may want at any store they choose, to jwg
the amount stated on the order. mljj
The numbers of lucky caps will" be greatly increased, thereby
creating frequent winners. In the meantime we will continue to RSif!
j give our high, grade watches as premiums until the first of Feb- Msl '
4 ruary when our new plan will take effect. SfP
l' r lucky numbers in metal caps taken from bottles of
You already -know the merits of our two well-known products.
' lllSS1llflllll!llllSi3l From the day they were first brewed they have been acknowl- IjffBgdBft
'11 " eec v "ose w10 know" as being without a peer. H'TsiBB
a Hn Old German Lager and American Beauty Beers are home bev-
,j erages for home folks those folks who select with careful con- n 1 -Bj'
j 3 sideration those who want everything the yery best in the I Bf
s I house, and for the invalid, for whom the purest and most bene- ijm-.
I I ficial beers alone aro prescribed. aH
I j PHONE HYLAND 17 FOR A CASE... -t W
g S 24 large bottles American Beauty Beer ,.$2.50 net I
j I 3 dozen small bottles American Beauty Beer ".S2.25 net 1
1" 3 . 24 large bottles Old German Lager $2.35 net 1
Present metal cap hicky numbers -
Fifth Sowith and Te&itln East f i'tt;