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raft-"""" sullivaii, ouo of the attractive young matrons of the city, who
ffljjyiujrday afternoon at a toa.
iLV end 3Ir C. C Smith of
Dausla entertained a num
tf friends lest evening ai tho
wit kind of an affair at their
urt, giving the name of a
prty at which the guests
Ihllt folks once more. Too
uitTtith a. delightful bufret
o cloak which was served
ft most popular with small
prl5 aJl ono could eat of var
of "joodles". Later tho or
p.i In and Ihe guests enjoyed
eafe.wilk party, a. huso cake
Uir. prkv colug 1o tho best
i Tho gUcsta Included Col
Mrs. Irons. Major and lire.
Cspiain and Irs, De Wi
se ifo. Graham, Captau. n
j. Dr. and Mrs. Hess. Captain
,k?,6tSniaa Lieutenant and
V. N. Dalley. lieutenant and
5Mpn. Llsntonant and Mrs.
Uutwant and Mrc Glover,
fc i Hoffman. Miss Cartwright!
w i -Hcrarna Captain G. TV.
Mn Morton F. Smith. Koan
""toriants Dale. McDonald.
u aid Cotton.
'pM1 p" Gallagher and
pJ-J! of their friends last
W0'0 inoct Ir- aa
&hU?ne tho zoning, tho
Uh flowcra, and (ray with
f-Gg a mnrry company of
lU t, ; iC0In'aJ 10 c.-ctend pood
jtTido and bridegroom. A
ySAen you buy j
you receive a S
IHf bemg doubly as- $
fed V pasteuriza-
1 B" Creamery Co., $
number of friends assisted In en'crtain-
in?. Mrs. A. N. MiKay and 7lrs ludward i
McGnrrin presiding in the riming: room
whore Miss Aline Cartor. Miss Edna
Sliepard and Miss Reoce Redman served.
Misn Margaret Collins presided at tho
punch table, while Mi33 Ruth Bowman
mol the gueslo at tho door. The par
lore wero all decorated with vines,
palms and daffodllo, whtl In tho dining
room pink sweet pea In Japanese bas
ketE and ferns formed the decorations.
The (roubadoure. stationed in tho library,
which was screened from tho receiving
room with paline, furnished a beautiful
musical programme. The attractive young
bride, who prior to her marriage was a
Denver belle, was dressed In a rccoptlon
gown of white crepe de meteor tvxauieltc
"Invitations ajro out for thr. BaJ Poadre
at whi.oh 'the officers a.nd ladies of the
post will entertain on tho evening of Fri
day, February 21. Tho affair is given
in celebration cf the birthday of Wash
ington, always a day pet apart In army
circles for 3pecial commemoration. The
guesta wlio aro asked to dance In tho co
tillion will wear colonial costumes ami
probably many of thou! who are lookers
on will Ixj gowned In the same way. Tho
cotillion will bo led by Captain and Mr.
George Hcneon Estcs, who will arrive
here after a southern trip a week from
today. The hop committee has asked
Captain Ectcs to select the favors for
the cotillion and to arrange all tho fig
ures, and as both ho and Mrs. Estes are
skilled In such matters, the affair prom
ises to be ono of unuaual beauty and
Pleasure. Captain and Mra. Er.te come
from West Point where he has be 11 sta
tioned for Home. time. lie is a brothf- of
Alrn. De Witt and Mrs. Estcs is a slslcr
of Mrs. Iroue.
A pleasant atfalr of yesterday after
noon was tho tea slven by Mrs. A. C.
Sullivan and her slr.tcrn. the Mls-sca Grace
and Florence Sullivan. In compliment to
Mrs. John C Moran, a visitor in the city.
The affair took pluco at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Sullivan on A atrcct. and
for a few hours of the Inte afternoon a
throne Af friends came to enjoy the hos
pitality of tho homo and to sn;et the
quests of honor. AsBiEtins: in cntcrtaln
inp was Mrs. J" D. Sullivan, whllo taking
turnn a I tho tea table wero Mrs. James
Ivcrf, Mm. ISdward MeGurrln. Mrs. B.
O. Mcckloiiburff and Miia Marcarot Gib
bons. A fow of thu yriiinfr Kill friends
of the hostesses, Miss Margaret Collins.
MIsa Aline 'Carter and Mlas Margaret
Andrews a-sslated in eervinp, The house
was deconit-id la lavender wwcot pen.-',
basketa of the flowers tied with mallne
of tho Mine shade adorning the tea table.
Today will bo given over alino.st en
tirely 10 church going: by tho devotees to
soeloty. and there le to bo almost no
entertaining of any kind. A very largo
number ot the well known .society and
lltvrarv women iUll o to' Logan to spend
the da'v as guests or tho Logan club wo
men who have planned to entertain thorn
at the Agricultural college. In general
the club meetings, whether for pleasure
or profit, which initially fall on Wednes
day have been changed so as to admit
of spending the day either In worship or
out of town-
1 Miss L,ucilo Francko entertained a few
friends most delightfully Rt l'1'.1,10
torday afternoon for Mrs. William P.
II adnitration any time on any ldnd of a
II ' Reason for selling, want to buy a new
jl W. CLAYTON 58 Vermont Bldg.
About z lulf ceniury Ago ueen Victoria ordered
EidCTrays. tbc world famobs Tea Merchst, of
London, to prepare for hex pcrwaal n, u
blend of orer a.fbtea drSereot Idnds of Tex, "rrhich
perfectly suited lcr Majesty's taste. This ta tm
noiccd " Her Iitajesty's Bleed " and it trs used by
Vkiorn, mjulAiiy, dariif the last s yearj !
of bcr rdc-
Eracily the njio li ha.i beta W for a Kaif
ceotary, and in jsrv aoU lo the most dl&C7tsunatiaff
tea drinlcsrs in the world, Lacludlnp the Emperor
of Genaimy, tho Kiog of Balgaria xaA teo of
tb era weds of others io Europe acd Afnexica,
Sb-rry1, Fifth ATcnne, New York, used " He7
Majesty's Blend" cjcclusiTrly for the live o'clock
teas of Ticrr York' four hundred for orer ttrenty
The leading American grocers now sell it.
I I !! H I Hill ' dl II I imtilll jipm
The moit failiionablc end diiorimi
nmtrnt Asncrlnann cupeoially thoe
Trfao t abroad, erjr year nae
" HER MAJESTY'S BLEND " I
$:.co lb. j
CO fnrtber than chiaper teas
Sealed Air-Tigbt FlrgB. -ie pwiodi, hilrw
Order TrwJ PHcJraye TO-DAY" !
At All HIGH-CLASS Grower.
Writt n if yon cwusot get H
KZX'J, ts 1Q0 Hudson St.,
Zion'o Co opcv?Uvo Mercantile
Klper, I wo tables of the game being fol
lowed bv come leadings and music by
Mft.. .Bu&oric B. Palmer. Prizes wore
awarded to tho guest of honor and to
Mrs. Frederick Perkins of Fort Douglas.
Tho hostess was assisted by her mother,
Mrr. RoMnpon, and her sister. Miss Ken
dall Franoke, and also by Mrs. Perkins
and Mrs. Jasper A. McC'aakell.
Mrs. Orin W. Bemls entertained the
members of the Fortnightly club yes
terday afternoon 3t the Commercial club.
The guests enjoyed the gam of bridge
In the esrlv aftorno n' and prizes were
won by Mrs. C F. .lounlngs. Mrr. C. A.
Faun and Mrs. Oscar L. Co:.. Later tea
was served to the cuestP. The next
meeting will be with Mr.". W". V.. Traugh
bcr a.t her home In the Woodruff apart -mento.
Frederick Lyon, who 'tm lo town
laot week for a short Rlny. entertained
a ourty of friends at a dinner at tha
University club Sunday evening, having
as his guests Mr. and Mrs. William G.
Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Banner 7v. SniitJi.
Mr. and Mrs. Louir, McCornlok. Mr. and
Mr R- W. Salisbury. ".Miss Ann. Mc
Cornlck.and Miss Maud Fitch.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Siilisb'iry enter
tained a. party of their friends last even
ing at an Informal dancing party with
a Htipper at their home on East South
ft it Si
Miss AllvrLa. Bradley will entertain at
a tea next Sunday afternoon at I ho Brad
ley home, 105 A street.
Mr. and Mrf. William Story, Jr.. have
arrived from the east and are settled In
their new home at 175 East First South
Mr. and Mis. .T. B. Risque have moved
and aro now at home at 551 East South
Lieutenant and Mrs. Henry M. Nelly
will entertain at a hop supper at thoir
rjuartern Friday evening following tho
Mrs. C B. Oudcrdonk left during the
week for a visit with fri-ndu in Chi
cago. t . ,
The women of Lloyd alliance will en
tertain at their usual monthly luncheon
today at tho Unity hB-h
Mizpah chapter Xo. 5 will hold its regu
lar meeting this evening at Masonic
temple. All members arc tnvjtco. lucre
will be lnillaUonand business.
The legislative committoe of the slate !
federation and all women who are lntcr
catcd aro asked to meot. with lite lcglr- '
laturc this afternoon, when tlie widows" ,
pension bill and tho antl-gambllns bill
will both bo under discussion.
j New Corporations
The Highland Canal company, Gun
nison. Sanpcto county: capital stock.
$100,000; shares. 510 c3ch: John Larson,
presldenr: F. C. Snow, vice president;
Li. Ludvigson. secretary and treasurer.
The Rlchvlllo Pipe Lino company; Rleh
vllle, Morgan county: capital F.tock, S0.
000; shares. $10 each; John A. Rose,
prefcident and treasurer; W. TT. Rich, vice
preEldont; Levi Woldron, secretary.
Copy of articles of Incorporation of the
Firestone TJre &: Rubber company of
New York: capital Ftock, $50,000: Harvey
S. Firestone, president; S. G. Carkhuff,
BOYER IS PRESIDENT
OF CLEARING HOUSE
The Salt Lake Clearing Mouse associa
tion held Its annual adjourned meeting
yesterday afternoon in tho directors' suite
of tho Walker Brothers bank. Frederick
M. Nicholson of tho Utah Savings &. TruHt
company was elected manager of the as
sociation for the ensuing year. Officers
and exeourlve committeemen were chosen
as follows: President. T. W. Boycr; vice
president. Charles S. Burton; secretary
and treasurer, Frank Knox: executive
committee, T. V. Boycr. W. S. McCor
nlck. Frank Knox, Charles S. Burlon and
L. if- Farnnworth.
Bowman Funoral Today.
I Ftmetnl services for Walter J. Bow
It man. who died In a local hospital Sunday
night or injuries suffered the day beforo
at the Murray pnicltcr. will be held at tho
funeral chapel of Undertaker Kbisr V.
Mall at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Write an Essay
and Win an Award
THE TRIBUNE invites every yonne person, not more than 17 yee.ro
of age, to participate in an essay competition. In. this, prizes for
students in the public and. high schools of city and. this and neighbor
ing states will be awarded, for tho best three-hundred-word asBaya on.
"Washington as Woodrow Wilson Sees Him."
Compositions must bo original (not excerpts) based upon, not rewrit
ten from., the articles now running daily in Tho Tribune, and tho twenty
soventh installment of which appears on this pago. Writo tho "Woodrow Wil
son Editor for the first four installments; these will be sent free. The es
says can bo written with pen and ink, pencil, or typewritten; one side of the
paper, only, must be used, and at least one-half inch of margin left on top,
bottom and both sides. Enclose with your manuscript & separate sheet
with only your name, ago, address and school on it.
All essays will bo submitted to a committee of ell-knoTTn men and
women, who will judge and decide the winners npon:
A Originality of composition;
B Clearness of expression;
D Grammatical construction;
E General merit. '
AH manuscripts and communications most be addressed to
Woodrow Wilson EoBay Editor,
Bait Iake Tribune,
Salt Lake City, Utah-
Compositions received or mailed before midnight February 2 2nd
(Washington 'b birthday) will be accepted and considered, and the an
nouncement of winners will bo in The Tribune March 4th. (Inaugural day).
fityZZs$r BY THE FRKBmBNT-EIJBCT , i
Patrick Henry's Speech at the Rich
mond Convention a Plain Declara
tion of War The King's Regulars
Driven Into Their Quarters by the
Massachusotts Militiamen Tho Soc
ond Continental Congress Ethan
Allon Takes Pooe5Blon of Tlcon
rieroga and Crown Point Virginia In
Revolution and Wanhlnflton Ready to
Go With It.
(Copyright. 1506. fay Harper & Brother.
All rights reserved.)
(.Copyright. 1913. by the McClurc Ncwa
ON tho 20th of May. the second
Virginian convention met. not in
Williamsburg, but at Richmond,
and Ita clilcf bormic'K' was the
arming of tho colony.
Maryland had furnished tho ironic.) 1
formula with which to Justify what was
to he done- "Resolved, unanimously,
that a well-resulated militia, composed
of tho gontlemeu freeholders and 'other
firemen. Is tho natural strength and
only stable security of a free govern
ment: and that such miilrta will relieve
our mother-country from any expense
In our protection and defense, will obvi
ate, tho pretense of a. necessity for tak
ing ul' on that account, and render it
unncccr.sar" to keep any 3ta.ndlng army
ever dangerous to liberty in thla prov
ince." PATRIOTS IIT-NRY DECLARES WAR.
Mr- Henry accepted the formula, with
great; relish. In the convention at Rich
mond, in his resolution "that the colony
be Immediately put into a. posture of I
defense,' but he broke with it in the
speech with which he supported his
measures of preparation.
In that there was no plan or pretense
of peace, but. instead, a plain declara
tion of war.
Once more did Edmund Pndleton,
Richard Bland. Mr. Nicholas, and Col
onel ITarrJeon spring to their feet to
chcok him as in the old days of the
Stamp Aci. Once more, nevertheless,
did he have his way, completely trium
phantly. THE WAR PARTY TRIUMPHIj.
What he had proposed was done, and
hln very opponents served upon the
committee charged with Its accomplish
ment. It wao not doing more than other
colonies had done; It was only saying
more; it was only dealing more fear
les..ly and frankly with fortune.
Even slow, conservative men like
John Dickinson of Pennsylvania chield
ed themselves behind only an "if." "The i
first act of violence on the part of ad
ministration in America," they know,
"or tho tittompt to reinforce General
Gage this winter or noxt year, will put
the whole continent in arms, from Nova
Scotia to Georgia."
REGULARS MEET THE MILITIA.
What they feared very speedily came
'Twae hardly four weeks from the
day Mr. Henry proclaimed a stale of
war in tho convention at Richmond be
fore tho king's regulars were set upon
at Lexington and Concord and driven
hack In rout to their quartern by the
nwarmlng mllitia-men of Massachucetts.
On tho 10th of April thoy had tot out
across a peaceful country to seize the
military stores placed nt Concord. Be
foro the day was out they had been
fairly thrown back into Boston, close
upon throe hundred of their comrades
gone to a last reckoning: and the noxt
morning disclosed a rapidly growing pro
vincial army drawn in threatened alcge
LORD DUNMORE TOILED.
In the darkness of that very night
(April Ziy), at the command of Dun
moro, a. force of mailnes was landed
from an armed sloop that lay In James
river, in "Virginia, to seize the gun
powder stored at Williamsburg.
Tho Virginians In their turn sprang to
armH, and Dunmora wan forced, ere he
could rid himself of the business, to pay
for tho powder taken pay Captain Pat
rick Henry, at the head of a body of
militia under arms,
ETHAN ALLETT HOLDS TWO FORTS,
On the 10th of May the socond conti
nental congress met at Philadelphia,
with business to transact vastly difforent
from that to which the first "congress
of committees" had assembled ltaolf not
proteta and resolves, but quick and ef
Tho very day it met. a body ot daring
provincials under Bflian Allon had walked
into the open gates at Tlconderoga. and
taken nossesslon of the stout fortress "In
tho name of the Great Jehovah and the
continental congress:" and two days la
tor a similar exploit scoured Crown Point
to tho insurgents.
THE COUNTRY UNITED.
Active war had" begun; an army was
sot dowu before Boston a rude army
that had grown to he 16,000 strong with
in the first week of ita rally; the coun
try was united in a aoncral resistance!
and looked to the congress to slve It or
ganization and guidance.
Colonel Washington had corr.f- to thn
congress In his provincial uniform, and
found himself a. great deal sought after
In Its committees.
Not only ho drawing of state papers
which would once more Justify their
cause and their rerort to arms In the
eyes of the world, but the actual mus
tering and equipment of an army, quick
fortification, the gathering of munitions,
and supplies, the ralclng of money and
the organization of a. cornmisaarla.t, the
restraint of the Indians upon the fron
tier, was the business in hand, and
Washington's advice was invaluable
when such matters were afoot.
WASHINGTON PROMPT TO ACT.
He- showed no hesitation an to what
rhould be done
Ills own mind had long ago been made
up; and the sessions of the congress
were not ended before Virginia was
committed beyond all possibility of draw
The 1st of June saw her last hour
of burgesses convene; for by tho Sth of
the month Dun more was n fugitive
had seen the anger o a WlUlamtburg
mob blase hot against him. and had
taken refuge upon a man-of-war lying
In the river.
The. province was In revolution, and
Washington was ready to go with it.
OF 10,000-ACRE TRACT
An application has been filed with the
slate engineer by the Emery Canal fc Res
ervoir company of Emery, Utah, asking
300 acre feel of water to be Used from
April until November annually for the re
clamation of 10,000 acres of land In San
pete and Emery cnuntie. Tho applica
tion Includes provision for the building of
a dam and the taking of water from tho
middle fork of Muddy creek in Sanpote
I A pure, Grape cream of tartar baking
I powder Makes Food More De-
licious and Wholesome No j
I Alum No Phosphates j
I Care must be taken to keep Alum from the Food 1
I Prof. Alonzo Clark, of New York: "A substance (alum)
I which can derange the stomach should not be tolerated in
1 Prof. S. W. Johnson, Yale College: "I regard their (alum
I and soluble alumina salts) introduction into baking powders aa
0 most dangerous to health."
1 Read the Label on the can. Unless it shows a cream
I of tartar ingredient don't buy the powder
CROWDS! CROWDS!! CROWDS!!! i
I ARE ATTENDING OUR I !
I Great Annual Sale of I
I MUSLIU II
j UNDERWEAR j
ffl Greater Valuesf Greater Assortments,
II Greater Crowds Than Ever Before! M
M JU8t arrived in time for a rousing Wednes-
IS day selling, a wonderful special purchase of ffl ;
I 50c Women's Muslin Gowns I
BO Made of splendid quality muslin with tucked I
10 front and double back yoke, generously propor- W 0 H
Itioned. full long and wido. Regular 50c values, jr H
nil sizes, in this sale 20c. HER 1f&r 0 H
OTHER GOWNS, SPECIALLY PRICED, AS TOLLOWS: fl
90c MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale 50c m
$1.25 MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale. .75c 8 ,
$1.75 MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale. $1.00 1 J
fl g2.00 MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale. $1.25 S
1 $2.2$ MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale. $1.49 1
I $2.50 MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale . $1.65 jf
1 $2.75 MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale. $1.85 j
I 33.00 MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale. $1.95 i
H $4.00 MUSLIN GOWNS, in this sale. $2.69 M J
Salt Lais Statiitic j
William Nell McGlll. St. Mary's hos
I. C. Stephencon. 343 Sherman ave
R. W. Haalans. 7U North Fifth West.M
February S, Frank Hi- Roberts, Gt.
Mary's hospital, aged 23 years, brain ab
scess: February 3, George W. Hosslter. 265
Center street, aged 2 years, acute bron
February 3, John R. West. 15-J North
Seventh West, aged IS years, electric
February 3, Mary O'Srien. 3S 1 street,
aged 69 years, carcinoma of 3tomach.
W. H. Madson, l&illna. and Emma Tan
Quy Draper, Akron, O., and Jane Fair,
Thomas B. Lee, Idaho Falls, and Em
ma Klnghorn. Eigby. Ida.
Ezra J. Howell. Fish Havn. Ida., and
Nellie H. Barton. Salt Lake.
J. B. Cummoch, Jr., and Fearl Ketch
um. Silt Lake.
Bsa.1 Estate Trausfers.
McCartney Investment company to
Mary M. Gooch, part of lot 1,
block 2, Heath's subdivision ..-.J 7,o00
John Dea.rn and wife to Ross T.
Hickcox, lotH 10 and 2, block
2, Nye's addition 10
John Klrby to Utah Savings A
TruBt company, part of lot S,
block 41, pla.t D B.000
Kimball ,fc Richards to David W.
Horaley, lota ?Z and 31, Burton's
Place addition 10
D. W. Hor.iley to Ernost Horsier,
lots 33 and 34, Hurton Plueo .. 100
James Spolrs to Mary C. Thomp
son, part of section If. township
" south, range 1 east 10
Hoffman Bros. Loan fc Trust
company to JU G. Stervctt, lota
35 and 36, block 2, Baltimore auh
Kimball Sz Richards Security com
pany to A. Van Wagoner a ml
wife. lot S. block 1. East Bench
Laura Lathrop la Western In
vestment company, part of lot
J, block !!?. plat A 2.7p0
f Can you say N
7J5zX fiays when
Wf our "Ohrtr
337 Main St.
Maud E. Novo ot al. to Emma 1- H
.Sudholiuer. part of lot 1. block
4, five-acre pint A l.JUii
H. Hal and wlfo to W. M
Ark Ins, part of lot 7, block fl
plat A .... 10 m
Pneumatic sufferers iind iloodV Snr- 9
snpanlla a permanent cure l'or their in S
flamed and swollen joints and frllfi" nv.is- fl
clcs. (Advertisement. 1 fl
"Gold Nuggaty Butter Is 1
I Its sweet odor, and natural color are but. outward
symbols of its inward perfection and purify. fl
''Gold Nugget'' eggs are alwa-s in cartons. Each 1 H
egg is guaranteed to be strictly fresh. x
Don't accept anything else. I fl
NELSON & RICKS CO. 1
Wot in any butter trust. '?