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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1913. 5
WTTuegcr, attractive young girl who has gone to be a member
Jjftoa8 party at Cornell during "junior week" at the college.
III IAMB toleration of tbo club
9l watn of tho clly will so o
toft tomorrow for "Federation
91 lif In connection with the
S-;' Tinntn and Houuckcopors
9? BaiUf of the fact that so
fiobtr was required there will
juwiil t-nln, but the regular t rain
IU1:JS will take the party, which
MiWaM n Opilcn by an additional
w. The train will go direct to
cd lull? ih-e houry will be snout
R' nost lmportnnt thing being
rlnnncd by tho IOgan club
iyit tfie Agriculture! college. The
great hoiifiekeopiiig demonstration will
occupy tho tliii'.- ol' the visitors, -and
.speeches on subjects allied to tho bouoc
kecplng art will be made.
The Woman's llepublican cluh hold a
social inot'tlncr yesterday afternoon at the
home of ATrs. .r. R. Davis on Eatjt Second
South street, when a beautiful niiiHlcal
programme was rendered by Mrs. Lucy
IClrkmnn, and a Rift was presented to
Mrs. Howard A. King, who Iihh 6ervod the
club so well as president. Mrs. Jonta
Melton made tho presentation speech,
giving Mrs. King a. handsomely engraved
sllvor tray. Later ten. was sowed, the
hoatens being assisted by Miss Lillian
Cutler aud airs. Minnie Hamilton. The
A jar uf Poslnm ready at hand is cer
tain Insurance against skin affections,
serious or slight, which may annoy any
member of the family at any time.
In fitilckly disposing of pimples and
rashes, taking soreness out of burnt--,
scalds, sting, etc curing ltchlnp feet.
Hcaly scalp, etc, Poelam noted for Its
remarkable work In the cure of eczema,
acne, and llk Bullous skin diseases
haG become a veritable household rom
cdy. It la an active, antiseptic, soothen.
cools and aubducs inflammation.
POSbAM SOAP, used dally for toilet
and bath, will keep tho skin in healthy
condition, and Improve Its color and
to.xturc. It offers the healing medica
tion of Poslam In a form particularly
beneficial for tctidor skin.
All druggists sell Poslam (price. 30
cent.) and Portia m Snap (price. 2." cent:!).
Kor free sampk's. write - o the Emer
gency Laboratories. W West V5th .Street.
Nw York City. ' (Advertisement-)
next meeting will be with Mrs. Albeit
Karly yesterday afternoon Miss Agnes
Swan and Mr. K. M. Baglcy worn married
at the residence of Ihe bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ooorgo Swan of Kaysvlllo.
Ttah. Tho ceremony was performed In
the presence of tho Immediate rclatlvon
hv the- Rev. Samuel It. Collnday. dean of
St. Mark' cathedral, this city. Tho
brido Is a member of tho Utah bar. Tho
bridegroom I nlnlniR attorney for the
Ptah Light & Railway, tho Oregon Short
Line and the Sou thorn Puolflc Hv la a
rn.'nilier of the Altn. Country and We-ber
clubs. Immediately uflM- tho wedding,
Mr. and Mre. Bapluy went to Ogdon and
them took th(! truln eastward. After a
honeymoon trip including New York.
Palm Reach and othi-r pastern and
southern places, thev will reside In Salt
Mrs. Arthur Shepherd, who has boon
hole spending some months with her
mother, Mrs. Thomas W. Jennings, left
yestordav with her children to roturn to
her home in Ronton. Miss Alice Wclln
accompanied hor, and will upend a month
or so visiting friends In Boston and In
r - .
W .1 llallnrau and hts daughlcr. Misa
Florence l-mllonjn. left yostciday for tho
i west. They will sail on Thursday on the
steamship Clovplmid for a tour of tho
world and will bo away tho better part
or the year.
Profosaor Edgar Baylies piiterlatncd a
'party of young pooplo last uvonlng at a
aupper following tho theater. Mrs. A.
G. Andrews chaperoning tho party.
Mrs. 73. Li. Carpenter, aojompnnied by
Mr. Fi. Li. C'crponter. Jr.. left Saturday
night for Portland where the lnlt;r 16 to
mako her home. Air. Carpenter will go
on in a few days to join them.
Mrs. Don Camomile ( Beatrice Strickiey)
la hero from California visiting her par
ents. Mr. and Mr. J. Strlckl-v. Air.
Camomile will r here shortly to join
Mrf. .lulla Simpson has announced the
marriage of bor daughter Susan and
Ernest" V. Graham, the event having
taken place yesterday.
Mr. A. C. Sullivan and tho Misses
c.raco and Florence Sullivan will en
tertain at a fa this oftornoon to nu-ut
Mrs. John C Moinn of Providence. R. I.,
who is a gncst In the clly. The tea will
bo at tho home of Mr. and Airs. A. C.
Sullivan. i Htrrel. and will be from
.", till a in tho afternoon.
Alrn. Ashbv O. ClHen.nl will entertain
Ihe players in the bridge tournament this
afternoon at her home on First avenue.
Miss Lnclle Pram-ko will entertain n
few friends at curds thl.-i afternoon at
bor home In honor of Airs. William P.
llJN" the HoiiseliLold Right wHli;
H JklwHlf Housework is hard work with- J
IflBfflfflgk out Gold Dust; with it to save 11
IMSlBMk half your time and labor, it's a 1 1
X)VV -J f USt cleans everything about the
IL I'S'tV house from cellar to attic and cleans I
BWj it better and quicker than any other I
I' PjlA product, device or method that was ever 1
B r" invented. Millions of women have found J j
Bk this out; we're talking to those who
iiPiLi haven?t and are consequently doing
WFMSmk their work in a longer, harder way. I
B e use USt will save your
K P time, spare your back and make your I
B mww home as spick and span as a new pin. 1 1
Hk If you have never used Gold Bust, 1 1
BT either make a bee-line for your grocer's 1 J
p at once or call him on tiie wire and I
IK Use Gold Dust for washing clothes and dishes,
scrubbing floors, cleaning woodwork, oilcloth,
H' 1 silvervarc and tinware, polishing brasswork,
Bl- s( Kii cleaning bathroom pipes, refrigerators, etc., soft- j
Bfeth y enin& inr water an mai"ng the nest so" S02D I
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TyME STORY Off THE'inR PKSnigOTNsJrS
I Washington Busy With Ml? Private Af.
fair The Colonlsta Demands Received
With Contempt WlaBGachusetta Pro
claimed In rtebelllon and New England
Portr. Declared Closed Washington
Announces Hn Intention to Devote
Himself to tho Revolutionary Cause.
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WASHINGTON turned steadily to
hlB private business for tbo win
ter, nevertheless, an wan hla
wont pushed forward the prep
aration And settlement of his
western lands and sluod guard, as before,
over the foldlnrs" grnnt.-s upon tho Ohio,
agalnnt official bad faith and negligence.
THE BUSIEST MAN IN VIRGINIA.
"Kor a year or I wo past there has
been searco a moment that I could prop
erly cull my own." ho declared to a
friend who solicited hlo promlso to act
an guaidlan for his 0011. "What with
my own buiiinesH, my present vard'a,
my mother's, which l wholly In my
hands, Colonel Fairfax's, Colonel Mor
cer'p, and tho little assistance I have un
dertaken to give In the management of
my brother Augustine's concerns, to
gothcr with the share I take in public
affairs, I have been constantly ensraged
In writing letters, settling aeeounty and
negotiating on? pleco of business or an
other: by which means T havo really
been deprived of every kind of enjoy
ment, and had almost fully resolved to
engage In 110 fresh matter till T had
entirely wound up the old."
ffe promised to undertake the new.
charge, nevertheless. It was stuff of
Klscr. recently homo from an eastern
Mm. Orln W. Bcmls will entertain ihe
members of the Fortnightly club today
at the Commercial club at the usual
our tables of bridge ajid lea.
Mrs. Nephi W. Clay I on and Airs. W. S.
Bassott havo gono to southern California
to spend the next few weeks there.
t V II
Captain and Mrr,. C. C. Smith or Fort
Douglas will entertain a company of
young people this evening at a. "boy and
girl" party at their quarters.
Mist) TSvolyn Moylc hafl gone to south
ern California to Join her parents, who
arc spending nme time there. Thoy will
visit In San Francisco also before re
turning. v i
Mrn. William IT. Cunningham and her
son will leave today for San Francisco
to Join Mr. Cunnlngnam. who Ib In busi
ness there. Mrs. John Dern will ac
company her daughter for a. vi3lt of a
few weeks on tho coast.
Colonel Frederick Perkins of tbo
Twentieth has gone to Lob Angeles on a
ten days leave of absence for a short
3Irs. H. IT. Kurt 8 has relumed from
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hop
kins at their home, 3435 Charlotto street,
In Kansas City.
! Mrs. O. 15. Hewott Will bo at the Motel
Utah today, aa she is to leavo tomorrow
for southern California to visit with her
The Wasatch Literary club will meet
today at the home of Mrs. Winegar. 939
East Eleventh South atreeL Mrs. ID. O.
Leatherwood will talk on "The City of
Paris" and Mrs. C. A. Cook Tyjll review
The Ladles Aid society or the First
Presbyterian church will hold tho regu
lar monthly meeting today In the church.
: with a luncheon at 12.30.
The ladies of St. John's chapel will
give a card party tonight at the home
of Mm. Alfred Bowles, 1523 Ninth East
! The members of tho Plate club will be
i entertained by Mra. A. C. Smith at her
homo on "Eleventh East on Thursday of
The Cleofan will moot this afternoon
with Mrs. Rodney T. Badger at her new
home. SC3 East South Templo strcot. the
meeting having been changed from Wed
nesday to this time.
Mrs. Edward Merrill left Saturday
evening for a stay of a. fow weeks in
Mr. ajid .Mrs. Garrntt E, Wilkin are re
ceiving congratulations over the arrival
of a Uttln daughter. Mrs. Wilkin Is at
tho home of her father. Matthew Cul
lcn The tourist accllon of the Ladioo Lit
erary club will meet this afternoon at
3 o'clock at the club house, and Dean
Bvron Cummlngs will give a talk on
Mr. and Mrs, Karl Dunshoc have been
spimdlng the past week at the Metro
polo, Catalina Island.
Mlsa B3telle Hansen wntertUncd the
T. O. N. O. club Thursday at her homo
on Princeton avenue. Tea was served
from a table daintily arranged In the
club color and covers wcro laid for ten,
In two woekri Mls WIV I. ua v.'P en
t: tain tht- c ub h
hla nature to spend himself thus, and
keep his poworn stretihcd always to a
With the new yar (175). public affalra
loomed bltr again, and ornlnouB.
Tho petltlonp of the congrese at Phila
delphia had bcon received In England
almost with contempt. Chatham, indeed,
with that broad and noblo sagacity which
made him so great a. statesman, had pro
posed that America's demando should be
mot. to tbft utmost length of repeal and
withdrawal of monace, and that sho
should bo accorded to the full the self
government she demanded in respect to
taxation and every domestic concern.
CIIATIIAM'S FERVID WABNTNG-.
"Lt Ie not canceling a piece of parch
ment," he cried, "that can win back
America." the old fire burning hot with
in him: "you must resptUu il0r feara and
Tho merchants, too. In fear for tholr
trade, urged very anxiously that there
ohould be Instant nnrj ample concession.
But the king's stubborn anger, the par
liament a Indifference, tho ministry's In
capacity, mado it. Impossible anything
wise or generous should bo done-
ADDING- INSULT TO INJTTB.Y.
Instead or nal concession there wac
fresh menace. The ministry did. Indeed,
offer to exompt from taxation every
colony that would promlso that by Its
own vot it would make proper contri
bution to tho expenses of public defense
and Imperial administration In the hope
thereby to diHcngage the luke-warm mld
doj colonics from tho plot now thickening
against the government.
3ut MacrachuHetts was at onco pro
claimed in rebellion, every port In Xew
"England wan declared closed against
trade, Xew England fishermen were de
nied access to tho Newfoundland fish
eries, and ten thousand fresh Iroopr;
i wore ordered to F.onton.
I LOOK TOR NQ CONCESSIONS.
Neither tho pleas of their friends nor
the threats of their enemies roached tho
cars of the colonists promptly from over
sea. that portentous spring; but they
wcro not olow to percolvo that they must
look for no concessions; and they did
not wait upon parliament In their prep
aration for a doubl'ui future.
Vpon tho very day the "congress of
8kln of Beauty Is gjfoy Forevor.
DR. T. Felix Oouraud'n Oriental
Cream or Magfool Bwautlfler.
S S d ysSS" Ucmorei Tn. HnplM.
rS5 SPfcv Frecklti, itoih r.tcbei,
W ET-SPK nb skla Dlstmes,
235 Tif-DVv bs and ext :j bit ralth
a" Hi wJ&n oa t'C'utr. snd tie-
r F tlfsil flt dmctloo. It
W5- vr Sr hiittood Ihi td
" 9 1 I o narmltn ve
jA ?l tastelttoliciurtlt
S ml 1b propsxly mide.
jja o il Acctptnocouatfr-
y & ysrr ftlt of 8lmUl
sWa" V nm5. Dr. I. A.
y 3 il jf fjj fitjt to a
fs' SSPrzC I jjti i 1 lar cf th haut
I' Ssf. rSw jP 4 I ton (a patient):
1 y I pi T "-B 2rna l"!''
'i 6 ttUI um thttD.
ftjT v I raoomzneaa
'Gournud's Crecm' m the Irt btrml of all tin
skin crjparftUoDi." Forfait byaUdrugcl'tt and Fancj
Qooda Healer In the United Sutec. Canada and Xurop.
fERD.T.HDPKIHS k SOS, Prop.37 Bri Janes .,U.t.
ALL OVER HEAD
TesTibie itching and Burning,
Hair Came Oat by the Combful.
Used Caticora Soap and Ointment
Entirely Cared in Three Weeks,
K. Blinahi St Iodteaeiaits. Tnd,
" Sptrto of daadxTCff about ihe of a. quair
tr caxoo ail omr my hvad. Tbero tiaa a
ftccxifcto Hchitsg tad. burnto?
under tbe diiudruff axfd If I
attempted to comb lt off mj
head wotdd bleed aod get
sore, Thcn iwxo taxuJl pbn
pios under the daodroff Hat
biecri tcixta. I oocsbed ray
bnir. Tho dandraff would
show vbtsa I combed it
loose. My hair canw 00$ by tbo cumbul.
I bad MsOtcxxd botwocn tm and. tfirw years
and tted ovTxyabing I bcml of bat oatfefag
dM. any good, antfl. I read one af tho adrrvr
teraafct far Oatlcura Soap and Oiotomi.
I boegkt a box of Codcora Oiatncn sod
Cwtfcnra-Saaip aatl sitampcood my beailaad
rubbed ormy opoD -wttli Cattesra Oinlntcnt,
At the cod of tbrea wwiirs I w eotkriy
cstd. Nov X havo more and nteer hair
than I orvr bad la my Ufa. Catteawa Soap
Mod Ointment perroauuirtir reDowsd my
Lpoubla." (SlgnedJ Mrs. "?, K. Bboado.
Mar IX- 3612.
Outlcnra Soap and Oiotznont. do ao much
ror ptrajjVw, bfadtbwwla. ml, rough tkkm,
ItcMna, acaiy asarfps, rtanrtruXt. dry, tbin and
faQlnff hair, cii&ppexl bands and ahapdkaa
nails, that ill fa ahn criminal bo to
uso them. Sold by drucstetH and dealero
thraoRbout toe vndd. LQxzal eompie of
encii roafled free, with 3S-p. SSdn Book. Ad-drwripoct-drd
"Cuticixra. Dopi. T, Wostem."
HirTciidcr-ftusxI mm siionld use Cudcnra
Soap abnrjrs Srirk. S. Smplf fp.
IT BEGAN YESTERDAY -AND ITS
I THE GREATEST EVER I
I OUR ANNUAL SALE OF 1
I Muslin Underwear I
I Greatest in Variety
I Greatest in Values I
I EsMSa Thousands of Bnowj- whilr, new muslin un 9
S JHflite rlorgarmonts await your clcotion aud a S
MS&y irices never before equaled in Salt Lake
H Jn.rSS' ' Tberc are CORBET COVERS.
9 ftSk T' DRAWERS. GOVNS, CHEIVTISE, PRIN. t
M G'ESS BLIPS- COMBINATIONS. OHIL- 9
M DREN'S UNDERMUSLINS AND IN- 9 '
lB VALUES APPAKEL WONDERFUL 9
EsPccially Do -We Empliasir.c the 9
B y. ) Special. Values in H
V lCOMBtHflTtIIS I
9 'SAVINGS AS Y0U READ. 9
9 III m !,0c;rOORINA,riON5. SOc B
9 J8 ft it, ooprwATioNsi VC S '
9 H 6 EW 51.75 'COMBINATIONS, H
9 1 n in IMs silo .. -lVP IP
9 ill V r2'00 COMBINATIONS,
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9 fl iu this 3alo MR
9 fatt m y 2.50 COMBINATIONS, PT 02e m L
Bl K rfenrtM iu this salo SpJLefrsj) m
? 8 'fl I SWF llu 52.75 COMBINATIONS, O ti d flr to
1 H I 'HlV m this gale iSl9S 9
Ell Safi B D $3.25 COMBINATIONS, fio " ffc 9
HI 53.R0 COMBINATIONS, T Cfilv 9
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9 feaif- S4.00 COMBINATIONS. CC? TJ if? TT effl
E SO in this ralp q5)&?0J WM
m rSW ?4.25 COMBINATIONS, Gift 9
HB r in this falo W
pjn W-rssV! 55.00 COMBINATIONS, ? S SB
m 'y in thin sale . . . . ...... j5siftS M
9 tS55 ?g 0Q COMBINATIONS, - Qs 5
in this rale ,
'oninilttoes" ot Philadelphia adjourned,
a "provincial coneroee" In Maneaohueette.
formed of Its own authority In the stead
of the house of delegates tho Kovernor
had but Just now dissolved, had voted to
orsnnlr.e and etulp the militia of the
colony and to collect stores and arran.
VIRGINIA IN ARMS.
Vlrelnia had boen equally boy, and
almost equally prompt, far away no she
aoemed from the klngr's troops at Bos
ton. By the end of January Oharlos Lee
could write from Wllllajnsburff: "The
wholo country Is full of noldlera, all fur
nished, all In arms. . . . Never was such
vigor and concord heard of, not r single
traitor, scarcely a. silent dissentient."
"Every county is now nrmlnsr a. com
pany of men for the avowed purposo of
protecting their committees." Diinmorc
had ronorted to the ministry before the
year 1(71 wan out, "a.nd to be employed
against government If occasion require.
As to the power of government which
your lordship dlrecltJ should be exerted
to counteract tho dangerous measures
pursuing here. T can assure your lordship
that It Is entirely disregarded. If not
wholly overturned. There Is not a Jus
tice of peace in Virginia, that acts ex
cept as a committeeman; tho abolishing
of courts of Justice was the first stop
taken, in which tho men of fortune and
pre-eminence joined equally with the
loweat and meanest."
WASHINGTON ASKED TO LEAD.
Company after company, aa it formed,
asked Colonel Washington to assume
command over lt. not only in his own
county of Fairfax, but In counties also
nt a "distance and ho accepted the re
sponsibility as often as it was offered
"It Is my full intention," he fald, slm
ply, "to devote my life and fortuno to the
cause wo are engaged In, If needful,"
and he hod little doubt any longer what
was to como.
STILL RUNS WITH THE HOUNDS.
Ho found time, oven that stirring year,
to quicken hla blood once and aguln,
nevertheless, while winter held, by a run
with the hounds; for he .was not turned
Can you say
XfSmmm tnat about
if hASMmt vour eve.
era a large
topher, Jr." eye
glass -- inouuting is
337 Main St.
politician ho Ftcrnlj rveji Mi as to ihiuw
fl.way his leisure urou anvth'r:?; )r?, VtMrn
wholesome than the halo pport j, o rd iffO
Salt Lake Statistic? j fll
.lam? ,M. Fulmer, 1235 South "VOiitii mmU
Lars Peter Xcllson. 52 "IVost Fourth
North, boy. Mmm
U'illiam Castlclon, St. Mark's liowlt.ii.
Ernest L. Kottman, 019 .South Seventh
Eat, boy. mmt
C. L. rJcaubc. 107 Hast Clayhouni
O. J. Chambcrhiin, l0 Fletcher court. mm)
Janup.ii .31. Hazel Thompson, Gra'a H
hospital, aged IS jears. sulcid;. mmm
January SI, Uarbaru. Unm. rnscoll mWM
apartments, nged SO years, diabetes.
January 'Jl'. K";ito Coleman, K: Last mm
Fourth South, need 37 yearf, Intestinal mmt
January 31. Ilogcr Power, Holy Cross HH
hospital, aged 50 years, pulmonary tuber-culosli-.
February 1, l.oulc A'podacn. iiK. Stmili
Fifth West, aired 13 years, mitral insuf- Hl
Januao' 31. Owen Kindle, 113 Weft lH
Flr.t South, aged S'J years, nrtvrU' sck-ro- HH
Januao' -S, James Boyle. Keurns-Ht. RBH
Ann's orphanage, aged U ycur.-, pin-u- )HH
Januarv r,l, Tlalplt Loruy Tcupl 'uhti. aLH
Twelfth East and Twelfth South, agod 11 WMM
y'ur, tuhcrcular meiilngfsUs.
February 1. Ellzahcth "Rune. '-Ml UMM
Fourth South, aged VJ ycarj, udd- IH
Februury -'. Helen I.otiln 1 n roltl. IH
Wellington court, aged i months, brunchu- BH
Fehruary 1, Annie H. Moulton. iUJ MMWm
South State, aged 71 yuars. aortic infuf-
Ernest V. Graham and Suiun 1. Simp-
son. Salt Lake. flH
Thoma.t Bowcn and Mac Boll. Salt Wmm
BtiVl E. Crockett and Alia Hardy. Salt KMm
Dennbi V. Terrell anl Nora .lo'.in-on, fH
Salt Lake, 19
Rupert C. Bezt and Joscphiii" 5. HH
Hnrdy, Salt Lake.
Real Estate Tvnusfcrs.
.", .1. Hansen aud wife to ICarl H laH
Ziegelmnn and wife, lot 0, ilan- ll
sen's addition 5 to
John II. Faultier and lfu tu An- lfl
nle H. Snider, lota 7 aud S. Mal
block 2, First Burlington add!- laH
X. M. Long and wife to X. M.
Long & Co.. part of lot 15. block BH
1. ut nl.. Gordon South Ln
John V. Buckle et al. to Lulu It. Hal
Mcllstrop. part of lot 1, block
39. plat B 3 WmWM
A. H. Snow Development company aHi
to T.ttJllir Ia. Goddard, part of lot VmWM
o. block plat A 5.0 oWM
L. L. Goddard et al. to Charlci E. IfiD
Bruff, part of lot blocl: llu. mmm
plat A Id Ol
Lawrence If. Olson and wife to VMrn
Bullion Beck Mercantile ru.u- mmm
nany. lot 19, block G. Union mm
Heights : ) mWM
Eliza. D. Salisbury to "W. T. mmM
Sallsburv. part of lot s. vock mmm
36. plat a t mmm
Edith It. V, Anderson to Taylor , BM
3-1. Woolley, part of lot G, block mmm
25. piat b n.iiMO mm
Mtu- Rasmussen et al. tu Otto
Rolch. part of section "0. town- m
ship 1 south, range 1 cast O u aHH
Claud Uichardu and wife to WW- fiHfl
Ham H Jones, lots 30 and ". WfmM
block 'J, Perkins Second ndrii- Ynwl
John Dern and .lfy to ':o'u 'I i fi'
Tflihfx 'ots 'Oil" ' 'i
I" X c" Jj'f'on