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E SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY iffOHNTNG, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913. 5 r!tf I
inter oi the Ladles Literary
Kir hold the second meet
. tvc present season this
eon at tw usual 'ur In the
tif. An unusually Inter
trim hs been PrcParcd and
ntcd. Mr-'- A. J. Gorham.
0f he stat- federation,
CiMf Mvopla" and the Rev.
n 0n "Vtan Journallfcm."
rtth a fuller treatment of
ct the rlub hn arranged
ren meeting" .'or tomorrow
the president. Mrs. W. V.
cecured some Interesting
The Smoke Problem."
t, a noted engineer, who
e'ln the city at present.
; the head of the Coogan
ycrks of Milwaukee, who
oa a scientific standpoint,
s are Prof Richard R. Ly
nlveKlty of Utah and Ch!f
ter of the fire department,
amlsslorscrs have all been
j doubtless be present, and
3f the dub have been asked
ume r.-cddlnc of last even
: of Miss Bessie Anderson
C. Winder. Jr.. which took
heme of the bride's par
I Mrs. Robert R. Anderson,
ue. The ceremony was per
10 o'clock by Bishop T. A.
he presence of the- Imme
and a few close friends,
it beautifully decorated for
with a profusion of roses
Die bride was charming In
faro satin charnieuae with
overdress, and carried a
ide's rOFes with showers of
i streamers of tulle. Later,
rar hcJd. rhen about fifty
I to offer roncratulatlons.
i the bride's parents were
William C. Winder and Mr.
s M. Bell entertained again
swoon at the second In a
;e teas at her home on First
tvan forty of her friends
to enjoy the afternoon The
ely with the early autumn
lea table with baskets of
&B Jtltw snap dracons and white
'i' (alio being particularly ar
rre. following the game of the
Mm. .1. C. Hooper and Mrs.
tiA'ttUh- Dunn poured tea and coffee.
'iatBl,!rbv 'rs- F Gardnor and
' .fct Si.-age. Miss Frances Ev
'rHiH Rosamond Ritchie and Miss
Sfrvsd a,s0 assisting . the
n WlBtei dining room.
ctauB 1 "
Hhattlnc Cannon, one of the
lUJl I brides; Miss Anne Cannon.
nUblAlave iliprtly for Europe. Rnd
HmWf n'ho goes to "Wash-
WIB'C to school, were guests of
-,B5ay afternoon at a dellght
ci ' Miss Helen Cannon at
, jeifcToe rooms were all gay with
qBf. the trailing vines and
,jM- early fall making the place
Kl The hostess was aselst
.iJV T. Cannon, and the Misses
?Br to be Included In Sunday
Js must be In this office
jBfrthan noon Saturday.
Miss Margaret Dunn, who will h e one of the hostesses tonight at a
dance at the Tenni3 club.
May Rlter, Mary Clayton, Mary Godbe
and Katherlno and Alma Cannon.
A very elaborate affair of yesterday
was the luncheon at the Alta'club for
about forty guests, at which Mrs. George
P Ilolman and Mrs. William M. Bradlcv
were the hostesses. Two long tables
were laid in the'gold room and the whole
place was exquisitely decorated for the
occasion. Art baskets of various sizes
wore arranged on the tables filled with
pink Klllarney rosea, and all the ap
pointments were of the eame rosy pink
Mrs. "Edwin Shelby and her daughter,
Eleanor Shelby, left yesterday for their
home In New Orleans after a delightful
summer spent here with Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Frederlckson. Edwin Shelby, Mrs.
Shelby's son, loft earlier in the month
for Champaign. 111.
Miss Margaret "Walker and Miss Mar
garet Dunn will be the hostesses this
evening at an elaborate dancing party at
peak itching skins
kjno Ointment, with Resinol Soap, Rwinol is Bold by prac- 81
pitching instantly, quickly and tically every druggist 11
-jE! 7ealB the most distressing in United state8 11
1&WSk e,czenia, rash or other tor- but -vou can teBUt-!t IE
'W8kin or scalp eruption, and vToX'nt M
SSMEnrthI??ghlless an? dandruff, Md.f for a liberal trial 11
V e ent3 have proven 0f Rcsinol Ointment IS
BJg and money. andResinbl Soap. 1 1
2ttjrn?fntain largest and best equipped plating and
JlKolrfr iB t in the intermountain west. Metals finished in
8wS m' Brass bronze, copper, niokel, both black
Ver' verdi-antique and zinc.
I IHti Lnlatest ac(luisition is a cold-electro galvanizing solu
m::? done in all of its forms, including spray-
a Htew r5 s' We can silver Plate 6 and 6 forks
i'lB a sns imalce them as ffod as new. Refinishing of brass
4 anS y' from S3-00 to WflW' Automobile numbers,
NSm,a?essories refinished as desired. We can do a
Ke e?ar from dirty brass to pob'sbed nickel at rea
Bfor thrf65' 7,B0 to $22.50. Other prices upon application.
I 6 aaufacturing department.
jipITAL ELECTRIC CO.
freat V WH0LESALE AND RETAIL.
Kr m South. Telephone Exchange 6.
& .Wk SALT LAKE 0ITY utah'
the Tennis club, to welcome Mr. and
Mrs. Do "Witt Knox to Salt Lake society.
Mrs. Edwin V. Holmes will entertain
today at a luncheon In honor of the birth
day of her nephew, Harold B. Lamb.
Later, she will receive callers Informully
from 4 to 6 o'clock l,n the afternoon.
Mrs. R. H. Merrill will entertain at a
bridge luncheon today for her guest,
Miss Inez Lopez of Atlanta, Ga who is
one of the attractive visitors In the city.
Mre. Karl Spinner will entertain at a
bridge luncheon today at her home on
Second avenue to meet her former neigh
bor, Mrs. Walter Maoa, now visiting Mrs.
Mrs. John A. Groesbeck will entertain
the members of her sewing club today
at a luncheon with the usual Kensing
ton following, at her noma on First ave
Miss Aline McMillan will leave early
next week to continue her musical
studies In Boston, whero later Miss Edith
Godbe will Join her.
Mrs. Jay Rogers will entertain a few
friends at a bridge tea thl3 afternoon for
Mlsa Anna R. Adam6, one of the brides
of early October.
The officers and ladles of Fort Doug
las will entertain thl3 evening at a hop
and supper at the post hop room, to
which a numbor of frlend3 from town
have been Invited,
The Misses Mary and Jane Fagan,
who havo been guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. CJIstus 1C. Butler, left yes
terday at noon for their home In Spo
kane. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Lewis have
gone to New York on a ishort trip, com
bining business and pleasure.
Mrs. Erra Thompson, Miss N'orinne
Thompson and Clyde Thompson left
Thursday for the tast to be away the
better part of the winter. .
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G Spencer have
announced ihe marrlago of their daugh
ter, Ivy, nnd Clifford Peterson to take
place In the Salt Lake temple 'on Wed
nesday, October 2. A reception will be
held on the following day at the bride's
The girls of the U- of U. will give the
second of their matinee dances this after
noon In the gymnasium, Miss Lucy Van
Cott having chai-gc of tljo affair.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E, Rich, Sr., announce
the engagement of their daughter, Etta
Ethel, to Ray McAllister Donolson, the
wedding to tnke placo November 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Ncphl W. Clayton have
gone to California to Join their sons.
Lawrence and Bob, who have entered
Stanford university. The family have
taken a housi at Palo Alto and Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton will spend the winter there.
Mr?. He.ber J. Grant and her daugh
ter, MIhs Mary Grant, and MIrb Frances
Tvlns have gone lo New York, where
the girls will enter Columbia college.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W, Fuller (LacJ Jones
of Provo) have returned from ;i delight
ful honeymoon trip to thn coat and are
spending a few days In Provo visiting the
Mrs. C. P". Burton and hor son, Julian,
and her little daughter will go cost for
a pnrt of tlm winter. Her son. Dick,
hat) enturiMl the Agricultural college in
Logan, lira. Rcatl and Mrs. Maria Y.
Dougall will accompnnyjtcr.
Mrs. C. C. Criamon entertained a few
of the most Intimate friends? of Mr.
Walter 1: Maa yesterday afternoon at
a verv Informul game of bridge.
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Mr. and Mrf. David P. Howclls have
moved to Berkeley, where Mr. Howell.n
lias become n member of the fueulty atid
where he will pur.u' hl; law course.
Judge George W. Bartcli left yofiterday
for Washington to bo ahuctit two or three
weeks. f k-
Mrs. Txtll Cozier and her dauphttr.
Ellenc. left last evening for Seattle, to
Kill thence for .Hawaii.
The marriage of "MIsp Klureuee Poul-
ton and Roflcoe H. Anderson took plnce
lnt evening at the hom of Mr. nnd
Mrs. .. H. I'oulton.
Ml5 Mary Irene Wlilppl and George
Leo Martin were marrlsd Wednesday
FIL1G Hi HUNS "
Save your hair! Get a 25 cent
bottle of Danderine
Thin, brittle, colorless and scracey
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp: of dandruff that awful scurf.
There is nothing so destructive- to
the hair as dandruff. It roba the hair
of its luster, its strength and its very
life; eventually producing a feverish
ness and itching of the scalp, which if
not remedied causes the hair roots to
shrink, loosen and die then the hair
falls out fast. A little Danderine to
night now any time will surely
ave rour hair.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton 's
Danderine from any drug store or
toilet counter, and after the first ap
plication your bair will take on that
life, luster and luxuriance which is so
beautiful. It will become wavy and
riuffy and havo the appearance of abun
dance; an incomparable gloss and soft
ness, but what will .please 3ou most
wili be after just a few weeks' use.
when vou will actually see a lot of
fine, downy hair new hair growing
all over the scalp. (Advertisement.)
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Shaw. Bishop William McMillan officiat
ing. They will be at home after October
1 at North Point.
Members of Victor lodge No. E?, Wom
en's Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Lo
comotive Engineers and Firemen, were
entertained yesterday afternoon from 2
to 5 o'clock by Mrs. Nellie Backman at
her home. 31S North Sixth Vcst street.
A luncheon was served, the tables belnsr
decorated In the club colors, red. white
and purple. Ribbons and astcra were
used in the decorations.
Postofflce Inspector L. A. McCee and
wlfo entertained yesterday evening with
a 6 o'clock dinner in honor of visiting
postal officials. Their guests were Wil
liam McHenry. Inspeelor In charge at
Denver; Frank Hamilton, Provo postof
flce Inspector, and W. W. Browning, Og
Mrs. E. S. Wright Is back from a visit
with rclntlves in Montpcllcr, Idn.
J J v Salt Lake Statistics
Robert L. Scolt. KM l.ifce strest, kM.
Joseph W. Mellen. 176 I.'ortb rirst West utrest,
XeJieo J. Lirttn. ST3 Wot South Temple etrMt.
Wlllltm -Rtt.n Dillon, s:o Garfield arwnue.
Joel Nlblex U D. S. hospital, boy.
Tiler J. Jeaton. 2457 South Serenlh Etst itrt,
September SS. J513. Xormaa P. Llnnrz, SJ
Zine avenue, igM Z monthi, broncTio-pneumonla.
Septombor 13, 1913. Harry . rreorain. Holy
Cross hospital. geil 15 year, oedema of the
September 22. 1913. John Johnson, S Third
.Tenue, aged 75 years, epithelioma, of th les.
Eeal Estate Transfers.
Hobert Miller to WlllUm B. .Coey. part of
lot 3, bloclc 3. pint 3 J ;,5J0
Henry Drain to WlllUm B. Covey, part of
lot i. block 3. plat B 1J0
Louise N. Cross lo OJIto B. Gulllol. part
of lot 1. block 3, plat F 3.F00
Archie Ctanitiwrlaln to Clhaboth SosiatVI,
part of lot i. Grand View subdivision 10
Leonard C. Thomas to N. J ShecVell, block
21. Senior's flve-ncrn ulat 15
S B. WlcScs to Henry .1. Vv. KoenlR, lots
201 and 202. Poplur Place 5
Modem Homo Bulldlnc compRny to Ellia-
bolh Soaludcl, part of block 110, plat D.. 1 -Geora-e
Pavlllp to Maria n. Smellle, lota 15
to 20. blwV 1, Forest Dale 2.100
Tho Tom Botterlll Auto company to J. r.
Mcseatli, part of lot 1. block IS. plat
Geor); Ilamlon to John T. Lythsoe. part of
socllon 27, tcxnshlp 1 south, range 1
Names Sent to Senate.
WASHINGTON, Sent. 25. President
Wilson today made thcHC nominations:
Assistant secretary of the treasury
Byron I- Newton of New York.
Oregon, W. A. Dolzcll, Klamath Falls;
Texas, Mrs. Jesse O. Wheeler, Brownsville.
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more sanitary and safer than the
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