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T1EJ!rT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1913. 15 I
L, JIUhvTlFUlj home wedding of
'!$Kjt evening was tlmt of Miss
1 h lHvr Clvde Evans, daughter of Mr.
IflJKidMK. William E. ISvans, and
Rrthur Thomas Crandall, which
'JEuilxed nt 7:30 at the Evans
Hder Hugh J. Cannon. The
ML tended Iry Mrs. Cella Cum
jus Inura Parrj'. and Earl
rrKj, in the best man. Music
tH)Crtmohv and through the cven
kaErln? it was furnished by the
ttLtHicfcu trio. Tho home was lovely
JT'KTScntlicmums and palms In the
"Rns and pink cosmos In the
tajjiKfcn, About thirty-live friends,
i ttiLKbe Immediate relatives. were
"fto witness the ceremony, but
--reception was given to which
t&tflHLn a hundred friends of the
rtJi-BEple enme. Tho hrkle's wedding
E of will to crepe de chine, with
ft of lace. Her long tulle
fojm cauBht with orange blossoms
u, wrrled a shower of bride's
vSPBIh. Cummlngs wore n gown of
TjldEdc chine, and Miss Parry wore
"wored F.'Uln. and both carried
- BiHons. 11,1,1 Irs' Crandull
i 'Beiistely for New York, where
(-'"KTOom will take r post-grndu-X,Kg
at Columbia university, and
$(Be will continue her musical
?rHTJe bride wore a a golng-
)K a f dark blUS Vkh
Kdiui R. Adams and Lieutenant
lafc Stoll were the guest of honor
I"" 'Tns at a delightful though small
6Hy given by Mr. and Mrs.
i'.Evans nt their home on First
,Fivc tables of bridge were
jAd liter a delicious Buppcr -was
PTlio guest were mainly the
me vlio were friends of Llou
Koll and the mombors of the
fonllf. Mlaa Adams was cntcr
wterday also at a luncheon at
id Ulali, at which Miss Marie
s the hostess, and at a bridge
t afternoon given by Mrs. Gcorgo
IdH committee of tho Conntry
i extended the weekly dinner
it the club for one week, and
jilae will be given the closing
i the season's Saturday nlpht
There will be some special
id an extra effort to make the
actable one. Several dinner par
i; arranged. Colonel and Mrs.
. Irons will entertain a party of
mostly tho new people at the
tand Mrs, Jack Taylor will crive
-for a dozen or so. Miss Mar
fclker will entertain a party of
and Mr and Mrs. John C. D.
HI also entertain a pnrtv.
iml.flnalg In the woman's golf
tournament will bp played to
la Margaret Dunn pluylng Mrs.
tJpicr and Miss Florence ITal
rTB Ttiilner. . ln n match botween
iJiHED WorthlnKton nnd Miss T,ane.
i"MwpIay, Mrs. Gilmer won over
-MjiKtiurrln. Miss Halloran won
l(,C. H. Doolittlc. Mrs. Pcaruall
aWf" Dun". and Mrs. Worth -
WttR,l-rs Lane postponed their
mti W. Hcintz -was the hostess
r afternoon at a delightful teri
Ftno Tennis club, at which a
Wore of her friends were cnter
piiowinp the tennis play or the
.l56.?.' Kev8or and Miss Hay
2hi this afternoon nt a toa at
home on ISaat First South
??lly lwvii? come In from
try home for the winter,
tor Sherwood and her son,
SL ,omrrow morning for
KS' her.e tl,e ,Rttcr will enter
JS?" ?' T"ivers will entertain
a bridge tea and Fri
tbrldge Travcrs will cn-
Sf?iK nnd hcr sister, Miss
writer, win entertain this after
tntlr cousin. Miss IxmiIho Spen
k frft!,k B- Stephens will
RMiirday XKht club this
? inelr homc on Thirteenth East
ij'B11' no meeting of the P. E. O.
wa, on account of tho bo-
flB'rJ? be '"eluded in Sunday
Ktm must bo in tills office
MgLift" "oon Saturday.
HIHl A 'o.H't prrparaUon of mult.
WHH- ForRestorlnr Color ad
Clyd;111 Th0m Cranda11' 3 brid0 of SrdaF. wM Miss Ivy
II I pg w
A Wmwm l
rca.vement which has come to Mrs. J, "Ur.
Smith and Mrs. A. J. Gorham, both mem
bers of the sisterhood.
Mrs. E. Y. Wilson, formerly of this
city, hut now of San Francisco, has
gone east on a trip and will meet hor
won, Russell, in Chicago.
Mrs. 1j. H. Young "will entertain today
for Mrs. Rohn Bdwards of Oakland, -who
is nt the Hotel Utah for a stay of a few
Mrs. Kate Howard Balrd will leave
Monday for Indiana to spend the winter
with her son, Cupt. L. C. Balrd.
Dr. Ralph A. Bowdlo Is hack from a
ntny of a few weeks on the coast and a
motor trip through Nevada.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Li. Franken leave
today for Santa Barbunv and later will
so to San Francisco to spend somo time.
Mrs. A. D. McMullen and her two chil
dren are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
I. Burnett at the Hotel Ely.
A great manv parties of frlonds en
joyed the concert last evening nt the First
iM. E. church, tho flrat of a series of con
certs under tho direction of Fred C. Gra-
ham' . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert MacMlllan are
homo after a month spent In the north
west and In San Francisco, having visited
the MacMlllan family in the latter place.
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Wilcox have an
nounced the engagement of their daugh
ter, Ramona, to JoBoph J. Cannon, the
wedding to take place ln tho near future
Plnecrcst Inn Still Open.
Half rntoB for roomB until closing
date. Good automobile road,
H A comprehensive assortment embraces the I
tM Newest and Most Fashionable Styles of I
jM Boys9 and Children's Hats 1
In Browns, Tans, Blues, Grays, Reds and I
jiH aH Prevailing shades to be worn this FALL I
jM and WINTER
i9 QPCF A J For Today and 1
SB OrtLil AL Monday Only
m $L0 fiO 1
9 Values UUL, I
UNDERWOOD TO SEEK
SEAT IN THE SENATE
House Loader Expected to Make For
maJ Announcement of His Candi
dacy With Platform, Tonight.
By International Notts Service.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. Oscar Un
derwood, Democratic houso leader, fa
ther oi! tiio present tariff bill, is openly
a candidate for tho United Statos sen
ate from Alabama to succeed tho late
Senator Johnston for the lon term.
Mr. Underwood will make his formal
announcement tomorrow night, outlin
ing hiH platform.
Tt is accepted hero that this action
by Underwood eliminates him from the
candidacy for the presidency in 191G,
because it is tho tfoneral belief that
he will be oloclod to the senate.
Representatives Hobson and Clayton
arc also senatorial candidates and Claj'
ton has been named to fill the unox-
Eirod term of Johnston. The senato
as not seated Clayton.
Senator Bankhoad is said not to be
in Bympathy with the Undonvood
movement. Uankhead's son is running
for contrress in tho Hobson district.
Should Hobson, flndincr himself out of
tho running against Undonvood, oloct
to withdraw and run acain for con
gress, youiiff Bankhead would find him
self with a dangerous competitor.
Salt La ke Statistics
Chrt Qllea and Ethol Howarth. both of Hober
Abo Boltiurff. Sail Laie, and Trwslo MemmoUi
Wtrrra S. Wood and Nell1 Orooo. both of
JacXron W.ilkpr anil Elisabeth Colo, both of
L0R07' Clarrnon and Trooa Clayton, both of
Herman II. Join. Salt Lko. aixj May Durtoa
nhav, Wood.1 Crow,
Christian Blounlc aad Minna Oroth, both of
Tcier Zaharlaa, SL Marks hooplul, maJ.
8aaiuI McMarrlno. 256 South Sf.vnDlh W3t
D. C Thwiter, Hi American, real's.
John Carlroa, 721 Basl Elshth South itreet,
Frank Malouor, Et. Marks hoapltal, rrul.
Charles E. I.lttln. 5i Euclid avrnuo. male.
Oeonto W. XojMIU St. MarkH lioiplUI. fo
nule. Alfrol O. Jacobon, C5 KaH Sixth South Mrcct.
Arthur B. Davidson, fit. Mtrius hospital, mile.
October , Mil. Sarah Smith. S2 Wrr.t Flrt
North atroc. rschI CS years, (uberculoilr.
September 80. 1312, Cyrua It. Jump, lo:o Har
rard, afftd Si jtn. broken neok.
Real Estato Transfers,
Jaraea W. Cahoon to IrJJO Hardy, part of '
trctlon 7, towmhlp 3 touth, range 1
t I ISO
Matilda C. Sirenror. to Emily Iijcoa. part
of i:tlDn T. township Z Kouth, r.inso 1
Tlaohfl O. North In Datld I Barnard, lot
1 to Mock 0, Hast Waterloo 10
United neilty company to A. H. HanrdcV,
lota 14 and 15, block 5. UnlD3 Hclehta ... 214
Hyrum A. Oreoo to John K, Janke, part of
vectloo 3, townehlp 1 south, rarjgo 1
IT Mi 10
Mathow M, B. Thompson to James Clark.
Iota I to 7. Mock E. Jordan addition .... 1.000
Lwla B. Coat mi to Edna M. Coitca and
others, part or lot i. block .to. plat B t
Crarton C. Snyder to Watkln Walklna. part
of lot 17. block 5. Kant Tlench C.305
Inler-Mountaln Tacklnc plant to Oplrn
Paeklnc ft Trovlalon cotnpsny 3S,0f3
Rlt C Clmcnt.i to Soutliwpteni Surety
rnmpatiy, prt of block 10. Umpire addi
Ada C Cannon to MrCrado C. S'oynlck.
part of lot 1. block 3. plat n 1
Cannon & Cannon to Otto Clawioii. Iota
ft to-K UUl Crcat v.., M9
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I m aP I you up to the "QUEEN'S TASTE" in the nobbiest new I I 1
1 STncWupmSdX ar"e H fall clothes you ever saw and for very little. money. tSj. 1n 1 1
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GALLERY COLLAPSES; .
MANY ARE INJURED
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. A hundred per
sous fell nfteou feet in a scrainhling
mass in an uptown hall today thronb
tho collapse ot a jjallery. Several wore
injured. The hall ivas'hcing used as a
Though many wore shaken up, the in
juries of only tour wore serious. Ambu
lances summoned wero not needed, as
only one of the injured would go to tho
The structnre sagged slowly nt first,
giving those below amplo time to run
trorn under. The slow fall also saved
those it throw down from more serious
injury. Tho hall was crowded and
panic prevailed until it was determined
that no one had been hilled.
Guilty of Bigamy.
KANSAS CTTV. Mo.. Oct. 3. A. O.
Jacobs, a horse dealer, who liaa been
married five times, was found guilty of
bigamy In the district court In Kansas
City, Kan., today. He will be sentenced
tomorrow. Four of Jacoba's wives are
living. His last two marriages woro con
cerned In the bigamy charge.
lie Stomach 5
irvi'i11 i ii iM'-F iiiEasaaasiii iiineaaamnai III SX
g Aim to make that Btrong and digestion good and you
H will keep well ! No chain in stronger than ita weakest
W link. No man is stronger than hie atomach. With I
I stomach disordered a train ot diseases follow.
Pr Pierce,s Goldem Medical discovery
E makes the stomach hetltbr, tho liver acttvo and thn blood pure, llade from
m forest rooto. nnd ox:rnctd n.-ithout thn uie of Alcohol. Hold by druggists, In )
m liquid form nt $1.00 per bcttio or over 40 years, irlviasr ffewral aatiafacUon. )
II If yen prefer tablets aa modified byR. V. Plere, BS.2., these can be
I I bad of medicine dealers or trial box by rnafl oh reclpt of GOc ln stamp-
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lmSSau PEV nfter the thoater or concert. You'll
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ters hi flavor, purity,
and wholesorneiiess. No
other butter cut as con
veniently for the table
nor vvrapped so scienti
fically. Order from your gro
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1 Sundays, 10 to 3. Phone 1136. I
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two conditions that are in- Jh 111
separably associated if proper
care ih taken of the monoy you
put away. luHSli
More and more people are- II ill j
learning to save tho small lillfli
change that accumulates almost ! ilfni
daily. Small coin banks that I f(il
can he kept at home are most Inlllii
convenient for this method of ifltiiil
saving and for the benefit of (IHlll
tho customors of onr Savings illllll
Departniont wo havo just pur nif
chased a now coin bank that we 1 1H! I
call "Save and Have." It is Jj5jJ
a very strong, light and con- lilfill
Tenient little bank and yon JlSrl I
are cordially invited to ask for Ifi ill!
one the next time you visit tho W Ijd
bank. i 1
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shlpplnj?. whether a few piece or all n II
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