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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORN'NG, MARCH 26. 1914. s I
i qm cwf ,TC a lll,,cl'con
M V.rclal club yesterday
to Mrs. Grunt H.
club colors, green and
Hp? SS.s 5,,,'eCbJrol,l,e
K-vlne of un elaborate
IKompoKil by one of the
imm w? ns a mThI ?
Knflje' words of the son?
JB)tr Brown's leaving. Mrs.
fK5ded as toastmlstrrss.
bBtLtf wcro Riven by the
HHLvbcludln? bright stories
iEis. Tfic programme was
Kfpfaflee with a touching
T meaning of friendship. A
C1L-Ice, tlie native Utah
Hnicd to Mrs. Brown on
HLub by Uie president, Mra.
Ei Covers were laid for the
nl Drown, Mrs. Thom
Hfr;. YV. R DnvaU, Mrs-
K)Ir. Lafayette Hanchett.
BftKiy. Mre. A. McCurtaln.
Erii,.Mr. C W. Morse, Mrs.
E'In?. L- TX Peaslee, Mrs.
Rlir?. D. Stratip. Miss
jJR Grant Swan, Mra. V. E.
jtKtt of Mlfs Rcnec Redman.
Dr. Maxwell W. Flothow
HSkb. wblcli toolt place at the
Rd''s parents, Mr. ami Mr.
12, N D street, at III srli noon
Ey 2 'prcttlk arranged home
JfKt llvinir room, in which tho
HB place, and the hull were
Wkpttn and white. The
Blfl the llvlnp; room, banked
ijjt,' ferns, Emllax, artistically
jKvhllc sweet peas, carnations
''KkscO 2u altar for the mar
'JHe. The beautiful Episcopal
Kti performed by the Rev.
ojfc.Rfuc of St. Paul's Epis-
Tbc only attendant as
ijK J. J. Galilean. Tho bride
K-my gown of tin, with
IM'tforts to correspond,
iit and Intimate friends of
fBtft Id attendance. A wed-'
ut pat served immediately
fcuemcny. The dining- room
timTpInk rose;, sweet peas and
KTucs of tho flowers, with
IBiftnit, were arranged on the
Vsuttl. A crystal basket of
gHW tveet peas formed a ccn
r Ji table, which was also
jH tie bride's cake, decorated
ijBtn. Flothow left yesterday
M Omaha, where thuv wlil
wraThe'bildc.w'lio is a
Bjlwuty Is a Joy Forever
imcr Magical Boautlfler
sHfefc. l?!" J PIraple
IneXln. Moth r.tebca.
Kgft Rul:, tai Skin DltcstcZ
KrH nd every blemish
flf fey fl dctvetlao. It
rILN .v . I recommend
jMMtopt.37 Art Jones SL.H.T.g
pes for 10c
BNt 1st So.
BtrT. 259 So. State;
P'.Baiery, 307 JJ, Second
Kuaads of paetrj'.
Mrs. L. D. Poaaloo, toastmistxess at a luncheon given yesterday at the
Commercial club by t.lio Bay View club, in compliment to Mra Grant E
Brown, who will leave tho city soon to make hor home 'in Great Falls, Mont."
well-known musician of Salt Lake, will
be missed from both musical and social
An unusually attractive programme ban
heen arranged for the meeting of the
Ladies" Literary club Friday afternoon at
the clubhouse. It will bo music day, and
Mrs. J. C. Taylor is in charge of the pro
gramme, which includes selections and
table-aus from famous musical composi
tions. The programme in full follows.
Presented by pupils of St. Mary'3 acad
emy. Ave Maria Marchctll
FIvo tableaus, illustrating chorus
"The Annunciation" (Guido Rcnl),
Oleta Kelly, Mary T, Hughes;
"Our Lady of Grace" (Murlllo),
Linnie Cotter; "Our Lady of tho
Kosarv" fFra Angelico"). Phyllia
Mallet. Paulino Taylor. Emm
Custer: "The Assumption" (Cor
rogglo). Isabel Griffin; "The Im
maculate Conception'' (Murlllo),
Treno Holland. Angels Miss Ha
zel Reed, MIps Gertrude Reed,
Miss Yvonne Paumie. Miss Ca
mlllo Paumie. Miss Corlnno
Flckes. Miss Nora Danials. MI3S
JuanlUL Redman. Miss .Tuanita.
Gibrath,. Miss Isabel Jenkln.
Harps Miss Mary- Dooly, Miss
Dorothy Rippe. Piano Miss
(a) "Concert of the Nightingale"....
Mrs. Marlon Bruncau and chorus.
(b) "My Honey" Lynes
Accompanists Harps Miss Mary Dooly,
Miss Dorothy RIppe; piano, MJss Pauline
Garden scene from "Faust" Gounod
Mi-b. J. C Taylor.
Accompanist Mrs. T. B. Parker.
This scene, which Includes the eong.
"King of Thule," the recitative and
".lewel" song, will he preceded by un ex
planatory sketch of the opera by Mrs.
Ira H. Lewis, who. at tho time of her
operatic debut In Italy, where she studied
under Lampertl, Sr., Included this opera
In her repertoire.
After the programme tea will bo served
in the library by the entertainment com
mittee. k u
Mrs. Prlf-cilla JcnningH was the guest
of honor at a high tea. from 2 to 6 o'clock
given at the W. W- Riter residence yes
terday afternoon. Tho affair which
commemorated tho seventy-sixth birth
da v anniversary of Mrs. Jennings was
j attended by about 150 of the most intl-
Bo'b faVft HARRY REIOHMAN,
K.r onte entertainer, at the Scmloh-Louvre Cafe,
BTto vm MiLl1 uew 80,1 ss.
KOUR FRIENDS TO THE LOUVRE.
mate friends of the guest of honor Tho
women guests came in early in the aftor
no'on and were later Joined by their hus
bands. The musicians were stationed in
the hall behind h screen of palmi,.
The reception hall. Jiving room and li
brary were a bower of the yellow and
white flowers. In the dining room where
tea was served, pink -prevailed, pink roses
forming the tabic decoration. In ad
dition the table was adorned with a
huge birthday fruit cake made by one
of Mrs. Jennings's friends. Circular in
form, the cake wap decorated with tiny
pink rosebuds. In the center of each was
a lighted pink candle. These numbered
seventy-seven and under each was a
suitable proverb. At the base of the cake
was a wreath of smlla?: and Madame
Chetney roFebud.s. Tho daughters and
granddaughters of Mrs. Jennings as
sisted in receiving and serving.
Mrs. Lizzie Thoma3 Edward entertain
ed tho ladles of the Sons and Daugh
ters of Walea society at her homo on Cen
ter street yesterday afternoon. A pro
gramme of Welsh music waa carried out
Pleasing piano selections were given by
Mrs. Charles Stewart and Miss Gladys
Thomas. Effective solos were sung by
Mrs. Edward. Miss Esther Davis and
Miss Clarabel Gardiner. An attractive
duet was aunsr by Mrs. W. A. Bywater
and Mrs. Smith and interesting Welsh
readings were given by Miss Sarah Dan
iels. Refreshments wore served following
the programme. The lea table had as a
centerpiece a. cut glass bowl of pink and
white carnations. Aosisling in serving
were Mrs. Jane Elliott and Mrs. Rose
Miss Gladys Burt. Miss Edna Burt and
Miss Retn Nelson entertained at 500 last
night at the Nelson homo on D street, in
honor of J. Perry Egan. who will leave
soon for a mission, to Groat Britain. The
house was decorated hi potted plants,
with a profusion of pink and white ge
raniums. Light refreshments wero served
following tho game. The hostesses were
assisted bv Mrs. Joseph Nelson and Mrs.
Andrew Burt. About 24 guests were pres
ent. Mr. Egan waa guest of honor at a
portv given by the Janus club at the
home of II. Shaw on Orchard Square
Tuesday night. The decorations wore lu
ml and white. A number of guests out
side the club members wero entertained
with a dance, followed by a "cabaret
Hehcr J. Grant gave a luncheon at the
Commercial club yesterday in honor of
George B. Frothingham, otherwise "Friar
Tuck" of the Robin Hood company, now
plavlnu at the Salt Lake theater. Covers
wero laid for Mr. Frothingham and sev
eral of IiIh associate artists; Hobcr M.
Wella. George D. P.vpi'r. Orson F. Whit
ney. H. G. Whitney, D. S. Spencer.
George Midslyy, Campbell Brown and E.
A. Smith, and the following members of
the Salt Lake Opera company: Director
J. J. McClellan. Hugh Dougall. Fred C
Graham and John D. Spencer.
Mrs. A- IT. Ensign will give the second
of a serifs of bridge teas thla afternoon
at hor homo on IP troet.
Mrf. W, F. Jcnsp.n will entertain with
a matinee party mi Saturday nt the Utah
theater in compliment to Miss Emma
Oulglev. who expects to leave soon for
lier home in Chicago. After the mutl
neo tea will be snrved at the Hotel Utah.
MrH. Howard J. 8 1 owe of St, Louis is
thr- guest or Mrs. Frank L, Dodge on
East South Temple street. Mrs. Stowc.
who recently made hor home In Salt
Lake. Itv here to got her furniture ready
for shipment to her new home. Mrs.
Stowe is popular in club and social cir
cls In Salt Lake and her friends here
will welcome hor visit.
J B. Cosgriff of Denver is in the city
visiting his .vlstcr. Mr. W. Edward Flfo
and his brother, J. E. Cosgrlff.
Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Brondus of Mt.
Pleasant are spending u few days in the
A banquet will bo given at tho Unlvcr
nlty club Friday evening by the Columbia
Alumni club in compliment to one of the
facultv of the college, who will be In
Mhs Maude May Babcock will give
the fourth of u series of Lenten readings
at the Hotel Utah tonight. The reading
will be from the "Scarecrow." by Percy
Mrs Dora Rlppo Croft and daughter,
Doroihv, have returned to Salt Iake after
a trip of feven we'k. to Los Anguh'S
and tho beat-hen. visiting Mrs. Croft's
mother iind sisters. fc
Maxwell-McKcan corps W, R. C. will
hold a social meeting this afternoon at '1
o'clock at I. O. O. V hull-
Tha Aurora club will inret this after
noon with Mrs. W: D. Prosaer, 065 East
Eleventh South street.
Thf regular meeting of tho history sec
tion of the Lndlcs Literary club will bo
lield at the clubhouse this morning at
10:30 o'clock. Mrs. B F. Forbes will glv0
the topic connected with Amorlcan history
of the revolutionary poriod.
Mrr. John J. Daly will entertain the
If Mixed With Sulphur Tt Dark
ens So Naturally Nobody
The old time mixture of Sntro Tea
and bulpliur for darkening crav,
streaked and faded hair is grandmoth
er treatment, and folk a arc auain
using it to It cop t.ht'ir hair a ood. yveu
color, winch is quite scnsihlo. as we
aro living m an ago when a youthful
appearance is of tbc greatest advau-
Nowadays, though, wc don 'i have the
troublesome lask of rrathoring the sage
and the mussv mi.-nng at home. All
drug stores sell the ready to use product
called ''yeth's Sage and Sulphur
Haxr Remedy" for about 50 cents a
bottle. II. 13 very popular because no
body can discover it has bceD applied,
bimply moisteu your comb or a soft
brush with it and draw this through
your hair, iaking odo small' strand at
a time; by morning tho grav hair dis
appears, hut, what delights "the ladies
with Wyctlt's barc aud Sulphur is that,
besides beautifully darkening the hair
after a few applications, it also pro
duces that soft luster and appearance
of abundance which is so attractive;
besides, prevents dandruff, itchinc scalp
and falling hair. (Advertisement.)
members of her sewing club this after
noon at her homo on F street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Clark and daugh
ter, Miss Margaret Clark, arc visiting In
Liberty hive No. 0, L. O. T. M.. will givo
the regular monthly dance at the I. O.
O. F. hall this evening.
Miss Emma Zane, who has been In Cal
ifornia for some time. Is now visiting
Miss Mildred Ferguson at Long Beach.
She will also visit Miss Frances Ferguson
at Riverside before returning home.
Mrs. Union V. Worlhlnglon and sons
are spending some time at Sun Diego.
Mrs. F. H. Rale.v and two children of
Mohrland will arrive early iu April to
spend several weeks with Mrs. Ralcy's
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Davis.
POTTS WILL REMAIN
ON THE RETIRED LIST
WASHINGTON, March 25. The bill
to restore Captain Templin Potts to tho
active list of the navy and promote
him to be a rear admiral was killed to
day by the senate naval affairs com
mittee. Captain Potts was ' plucked''
on tho ovo of his promotion and sev
eral naval officers of uote testified
that his case was an exceptional one.
Tho committeo decided not fo sot a
Ulster Member Dies.
LONDON, March 25. The Unionist
member for East Belfast, Robert James
McMordle, died today at tho age of G5.
Ho had been a momhor of the house of
commons since 1010.
Frederic Mistral Dies.
MARSEILLES', France. March ;t..-.-Frederlc
Mistral, the celebrated pro
vincial poet, died here today In hla clghtv
Furnitsre ) "
Salt Lake has had ono big ware
house fire in which hundreds of
people lost money and somo every
dollar lliey possessed. Por your pro
jection we built a fireproof ware
house, which has fireproof privato
rooms, making it doubly safe.
STOKME GO. "
BISHOP SCANLAN AND
FATHER KIELY RETURN
Catholic Dignitaries Benefit Hoalth by
Winter Sojourn in
The Rt. Rev. Lawrence Scanlan,
bishop of tho Catholic dioccso of Salt
Lake, accompanied by tho Very Rev.
D. Kiely, vicar general of tho diocese,
returned yesterday from Castle Hot
Springs. Ariz., where they have been
spouding the winter months.
Both the bishop and Father Kiely re
ported that they were in excellent
health, the bishop's health having been
especially benefited bv tho winter so
journ in the south. The clergymen re
turned earlier than usual in order to be
present at the annual entertainment for
tho benefit of tho Kearns-St. Ann's
orphanage at the Salt Lake theater this
Father Kiely is still suffering from
his eyes, which have given him serious
trouble for some time past, but his
health generally is much improved.
Bishop bcanlan and Father Kielv both
said that tho heat was unusually in
tense in the south.
A NEW MAN
Oeorse S. Scally. of No. 73 Ninaiu r.t.. New
fork. tyn. "For ycar I hivo been troubled with
rboumatlom mi dyspepsia, asd I camo to lite con
clusion to try Radway's Pills. I Immcdlntoly
found (Treat relief from their use. I fed like
new roan tluco I commenced taking them, and
rrould not now tin without them Tbo drowjy.
nleopy fecllnj; I uied to liavo his entirely dlsap.
pcared. the dyspepsia has loft me and my rheuma
tism has cono entirely."
ere recommended lor dliordern of tho Stomach,
LlTer. Eowele, Kidneys, Bladder. Dlzilneia. Piles,
BILIOUSNESS. INDIGESTION. CONSTIPA
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THE ANNUAL SPRING SALE OF j
iBrings the Best Values of the Entire Year j
H . Study 5ach separate group of Curtains, Rugs and Draperies In this ad- II ,
Pfl vertisement. . They show decided savings. The attention of HOUSEKEEP- j L
J ERS, ROOMING HOUSE and HOTEL PROPRIETORS Is especially called to fa I
m these offerings. This sale Is better than any we've ever held. 5 I
FURTHERMORE. THE TARIFF REDUCTIONS ON CURTAINS i? cer- V 1
A '"'illy a boon to Housekeepers. Many Imported lines are now within the read- il
of the general public that formerly were accessible only to people of S II
jgv.ealth. j l
j Eire Stock of NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS ;
In White, Ecru and Arabian Colors, Inc'uded in AH Madras Effects M
I SCOTCH NETS AND CABLE NETS In new and handsome designs, and at 5 If1
I prices to at the purse of all. E m
50c Curtains, pair 321c S2.30 Curtains, pair S1.6D c Bi
- Snc Curtains, pair 54c $3.50 Curtains, pair $2.49 3 II
1 S.t'5 Curtains, pair 69c $5.00 Curtains, pair $3.39 5 M
2 ?1.;0 Curtains, pair 93c 3G.00 Curtain?, pair S-?.3D ft m
3i.00 Curtains, pair $5,23 $S.oO Curtains, pair S6.29 g Ut
SWISS. SCRIM. VOILE AND MAR- NEW IRISH POINT, BRUSSELS. S M i
SJ QUISETTE CURTAINS Included are APPLIQUE, CLUNY, DUCHESS I '
5 ruffled, lace erirjed, lace Insertions, AND NOVELTY CURTAINS.
l embroidered macrame and beautiful In white, cream and Arab. We quote 'X !,
w hand-drawn effects. a few lower, medium and higher- !
prlce1 lines: . Pi
K SI. 25 Curtains, pair 84c $2.50 Curtains, pair S1.69 S IrL
y. SL'.OO Curtains, pair S1.29 $3.50 Curtains, pair $2.49 U If
' 32.50 Curtains, pair $1.69 S4.50 Curtains, pair.. $3,19 P Sir
6- J3.00 Curtalnu. pair $1.98 S5.00 Curtains, pair $3.79 Fl!
K 53.50 CnrUlns. pair $2.49 SiI.OO Curtains, pair $4.29 JRf'
H 54.23 Curtiilns, pair $3.19 SS.00 Curtains, pair $5.39 r flBlf
0 35,00 Curtains, pair ..$3.49 510.00 Curtains, pair $7.49 t' .
U 6.00 Curtains, pair $4.29 $12 00 Curtains, pair $8.29 it Ki .
WjS.oO Curtalnn, pair $4.69 $15.00 Curtains, pair $10.89 & M '
fi $7.50 Curtains, pair $5.49 520.00 Curtains, pair $13.89 if Bf
ICut Rate Drugsf I
1 Specials for Thursday and Friday!
50c Hind's Money Almond Cream.. 33c $1.00 Listerine ., 67c fi ffli
t' 50c Stillmitn's Freckle Cream 33c 10c Palmollvo Soap. Z cakes...... 19c R m
i I'xi Mentholatum 19c 10c Jap Rose Soap r... 5c g m
t, 50- Moiitholatum 38c (Quantity limited. 1 Pp ffl
; 25e P.ubifoam . 14c 10c Colgate's Wiltc Clematis E if
,i 2ie Lyon's Tooth Powder 19c oan 2 for 19c Ci Br
A 25e Euthvmol Tooth Paste 17c ' p 6. ' " V "",V " " ' 1JC W lf
50c Sace" and Sulphur 35c Colgate's Pure Palm Oil Soap. ly Mi
? 25c SafHepatlca 17c - 19 h M
'i 50c Bromo Seltzer 34c 10c Colgate's Almond Cream Soap, k- BQ .
Ffi 25c Rexall Tooth Powder 19c 3 for 15 & K i
K 25o Listerine 17c 10c Colgate's Glycerine Soap, 3 for 19c ft gyH!
!j 50c Listerine 34c 10c Colgate's Oatmeal Soap. 3 for. 19c Bf
f EXTRA SPECIAL FREE, A SAMPLE BOX containing a trial size of
tv UBRY SISTERS' Tint. Cream and Beautlller with every purchase made at 1 ml;
U the Toilet Goods Section. 4 KI Jr- t . h Mfll
Toilet Goods Near Soda Fountain, Uj
USED BY MILLIONS OF MOTHERS
FOR THREE GENERATIONS
Pa sbi sBBisa satv are curable. All kinOa JjRi j
m m Wl $wt mean sufferirm and I
EX m n sT darker. The CAUSE 11& ;
fa 0 ?tl rK is alw.iys internal. PS j
W Man Vhsjb wl Dr. Leon hard t ' i win
KSlira HEM-ROID gMi
tablets produce umazins results by attackinir tho Wm
INTERNAL CAUSE. The piles are dried up aad WfU
permanently erred. 24 days' trcahnent. 51.00 moM
DR.LEONHARDT CO.. Buffalo. N.Y. (free book IFH
Bcbramm-Johnson. Druirs aaJ til drccctatfc Wljw
I says she wants something without any frills, yet iH
I mgg roomy and convenient. Here it is. We have the p ffl
I jjj same democratic tastes ourselves. This table will BB
I lSS&f-it :-SP appeal to the woman who really enjoys making pies. H
j Substantial drawers and two m
I B atSCOim? n a ycrl0a, 311 LTuclcr00Cl tyiJevn-iter ;! 8
i Bf i'dr articles, with a standard price, as aro all successful ; jj
1 W A FIXED PRICE DOES AWAY WITH ARGUMENT, j; 9
i ;! to buy we are here to sell. In order to make it easier 1; i ami
1 ;! i'or both, and profitable for both, every article is marked ; I ml
1 QPFPIAT ! A RK"PA51, ;i plginly with the only price at which it can be sold. You j f
1 .rV.1, . or V , . caii spend your time considering tho finish and tho design. B 3
Stands oi inches Ingh and is JO inches wide. Everything ;l s gSK
I about it, to the. smallest joint, speaks for the care and work- ':' Rcmembor this: A standard, FIXED PRICE is always jj3
1 mnnship put upon this article. Your choice in ftl ffl :! the LOWEST PRICE. Avoid "rubber-price" stores. WM
I tho golden oak or the weathered oak ior iWawW rur-wwvawi w . m WM
" "" . Thero arc many good things . ' f f IB
I jZi?r' ' to eat which can not be pre- Xlg ' ' NliX I HB
j ti. iH pared upon a gas range. Do SJ i aS
3 fT3-''5s?Ty?T 'M not depend solely upon a gas v M
. range for your summer cook- r . . . , ... . . y U
ln Select our furniture by price it you wish. Wheth-
N A JMonarch coal and gas com- cr of the very highest or the very lowest, we can I WM
I Do yoti want some of the less showy biuation burns gas when you show a wide assortment of styles, with the assur- I
furniture where your money really do not want much heat, and ancc that they will be the very best at that price. ! IB
means something? Here we have it in a burns coal in the winter when To jntroaUcc you to our higher priced Mission fur- j IB
golden oak chiffonier, very roomy and " It stands "eady ' aTall" uifcurc we oflr this dillins able' cxtGio11 S IW
capableand very SO im'eS l fur,is'11 thc b'est seiv" regularly sold at $52.50, $36h00 IS
one Price FREED FURNITURE & CARPET CO. 'Yoar Credit I
tO All 45 to 51 EAST BROADWAY Is Good J