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DBSBRET BVENING NEWS c ApTrnTVA v T > 17 17TV rTiiT > 11 i ond i
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r Rev P A Slinpkln of Salt Lake de
Q1l livering an able address Many dis
tinguished lodge members throughout
I I the state were In attendance Cards
music and a social time was enjoyed
by all e
A very enjoyable dancing party was
given Thursday evening nt the MozarO
pavilion by the Tellurldo Power com
t pan
igliti f Mrs John Fisher vas the truest of
J II James Clove at dinner Thursday eve
i ping
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t The U C T association gave a re
1 ception Saturday ovenlng In the beau
tifully furnished lodge rooms of the
1JI K of P Cards music and dancing all
I tended to make a most enjoyable eve
r t ping
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h4 I i Mr and Mrs W R H Paxman an
ob nounce the engagement of their daugh
r ter Ml 3 Stella to J Oscar Garrett
tbt I Marriage to take place In the near
future
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q The Misses Millie and Fern Peters
tII were the charming hostesses at n
tsa shower Wednesday evening at their
1 f home In compliment to Miss Emily
tcc Frampton The rooms were beautiful
itT ly decorated with dowers and crepe
t jiper Festoons reached from the
Juur corners of the room to the chan
iiillcr from which hung a large red
bell encircled with smaller bells About
25 guests enjoyed an evening of games
and showered the brldolobc with
gifts An elaborate lunch was served
Mr and Mrs A J Stewart enter
tained at a dinner party Friday eve
ning In honor of Mr and Mrs George
W Morris Covers were laid for 23
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The ladles of the Woodcraft pleas
antly surprised Mrs Weablo a retir
ing olllcer at her home Monday eve
ning A delightful social evening was
enjoyed and n dainty lunch served
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Dr and Mrs Nelson entertained the
Social Sixty club at their home Wed
nesday evening Carnations were used
with excellent effect In decoration
Sixtythree was the game played and
prizes were awarded to Mrs J W
Fairer and E P Jones as the winners
of the greater number of games while
consolation was given Mrs E T Jones
and Dr Hughes
Miss Kitty Dougall of Sprlngvlllo
was a Provo visitor Wednesday
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Mr andMrs E J Witrd entertained
Thursday evening at1 a reception In
honor of the marriage of their daugh
ter Miss Eva to Harry Heal which
was solomnized In the temple at Salt
Lake Wednesday nt noon A large
number of relatives and friends were
present to extend congratulations and
best wishes to the happy young couple
Miss Ward Is one of the talented young
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n DEBUTANTE DINNER DRESS OF WHITE PREMO FABRIC
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The simplicity of this dainty dress Is particularly well suited to the debu
I tante Skirt and bodice are separate as In the case of most of the French
dresses this winter Across the skirt Is an apron drapery which slopes to the
i end of the short train at the back The bodice has tho modest decolletage of
I the debutantes dinner frock and Is trimmed with pearl embroidered net a
11 fringe of pearl trimming finishing the elbow sleeve The delicate pearl garni
1 ture accords well with tho white fabric
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See Our Holiday Displays
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1 collection of HOLIDAY GIFT SUG
GESTIONS that a few moments
spent in wandering among the prettily
I arranged pieces will prove the solu
tion of your gift purchasing problems
HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS
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ART GLASS LAMPS PICTURES
PEDESTALS DRESSING TABLES
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TABOURETTES Gentlemans Chiffoniers
SEWING TABLES Brass and Copper Ware
TEA TABLES ROCKERS
MUFFIN TRAYS EASY CHAIRS
PIANO BENCHES COUCHES
j GRANDFATHER Clocks DAVENPORTS
AUTO VALETS TOYS
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fJlThe reputation of Dinwoodeys for
superior furnishings at consistent prices
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we merely say that our holiday show
II ing invites your call
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E3HTCESS SOPHIA
Wife of Crown Prince Constantine Irecce
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ladles of our city and Mr Heal Is fast
making a namo for himself In tne
business world
The Woodmen the World enjoyed
a banquet Thursday evening at their
lodge rot > s after election of new of
ficers The officers elected were as
follows John Nlchllnson Ci War
ren Malben V L A V Robinson
clerk J J Peters banker Sydney Lo
Sleur escort N M Price watchman
Dr Thome contery Ephrlam Homer
manager one year and A F Hulsh
manager IS months
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Miss Mao Nelson has returned to her
home In Epliralm after a very enjoy
able visit with relatives and friends In
the Garden City
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Postmaster Thorne of Pleasant Grovo
was a visitor In our city Monday
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Miss Mina Taylor entertained the
members of the Sorosls Juniors at a
musical at the home of her father
George S Taylor Monday evening
Such well known talent as Miss Pearl
Jones Miss Eva Jqnes and Mallno
Glazier guests of the club assisted
the entertainment Arrangements were
completed for a literary party to bo
given two weeks hence at the homo
of Mamie Mangum
Miss Phyllis Sparkswho is attending
the university here spent a few days
last week with her parents in Nephl
taking as her guest Miss Hortense
McQuarrlc
Miss Nettle Knudsen and Miss Enger
Johnson spent a couple of days thu
tore part of the week with friends
In Provo
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Miss Anna Booke and Helen John
son have returned from Nephl where
they spent a few days visiting friends
Mrs W D Lewis I of Park City its
visiting friends In this city for a few
days
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One of the pleasant occasions of the I
week was the dancing party given by
the Agricultural College club n tho pa
vilion Monday night as a final social
occasion before the students arc scat
tered for the holidays The artistic
decorations were suggestive of Christ
mas and a unique feature of the eve
ning was an Esqulmo hut In one of tho
corners from which Cook and Peary
served refreshments The members ot
tho Aggie club came In agricultural
costume and from their corner served
buttermilk and apples Their partners
who were the domestic science girL
also came In costume
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The secondyear class of the Brigham
Young academy enjoyed a progressive
parlS last Friday evening The chief
feature of the evening was sleigh rid
ing after which refreshments were
served In the B Y C dJnlngtoom They
then Joined with the missionary class
who was giving a dancing party In tho
gymnasium and the evening ended with
dancing They were chaperoned by
President and Mrs Llnford Prof and
AIrs Robinson Mrs Jlerkly and Miss
Jean Cox
Lost Wednesday afternoon the girls
of tin B Y C wero entertained at a
reception in the B Y C library by tho
lady members of the faculty The li
brary which Is an attractive room
was made specially so for this occasion
The decorations were ferns and potted
plants During the afternoon a ladles
club was organized which will empha
size the social side of the school
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Miss Orlta Smith was pleasantly sur
prised by six of her little friends Fri
day night the occasion being Miss
Smiths birthday The time was spent
In playing games Refreshments were
served
Mrs E T Tcctzcl entertained In
formally at dinner Wednesday evening
Covers were laid for Mr and Mrs
Teetzel Mss Genevieve Smith and Miss
Elizabeth Smith
Dr and Mrs Clark entertained In
formally at dinner last Saturday night
covers being laid for Dr and Mrs
Clark Mr and Mrs C T Tcctzcl
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Mr and Mrs CcdorJand entertained
with a sleighing party Tuesday night
Those who enjoyed tho ride besides Mr
and Mrs Cederland toeing < Dr and Mrs
O II Budge and Mrs Kate Preston
After tho ride a supper was served at
tho Cederland home
CMr Joseph iL Haslem of Salt Lake
spent the week hero
Prof E D Ball spent last week In
Chicago and will visit Washington D
C before returning home
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Mr Charley Gowans of Salt Lake
was here during the week
Mr Lewis T Cannon of Salt Lake
spent the last weekend hero
Mrs Walter Grant of AVoods Cross
came to Logan Monday to visit her
mother Mrs Orson Smith Her sister
Miss Gladys Smith who has been vis
iting with Mrs Grant returned with
her
Gov Spry accompanied by Warden
Pratt of the stato prison and Trustee
James Sharp of the Agricultural col
lege came to Logan Monday night and
spent Tuesday here at the Agricultural
college
Mr A If Lfumlngton of Syracuse
N Y spent the early part of the week
In Logan visiting relitlves
Mrs Jotin II Campbell and Mrs
Henry Henry Campbell loft Tuesday
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for Missouri where they will spend
the holidays with relatives and friends
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Mr and Mrs Hyrum Hayball an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter Nellie and Mr Eurl Bcnnlon tho
marriage to take place the latter part
of the month
Mr Serge Campbell was in Logan
for a day last weekend
Mr and Mrs Horace Ensign will be
guests of Mrs Kate Preston over this
weekend
Miss Genevieve Thatcher has as her
guest Miss Mignon Dcnhalter of Salt
Lake
Mr Serge Campbell 1s spending few
days here j
Mr and Mrs Nielsen of Washington
D C are here on their way to Cali
fornia During their stay here they arc
the guests of Prof and Hrs Hogensen
Mrs Rhoda rook left Thursday for
Los Angeles Cal where she will spend
the winter
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Miss Rae Campbell Is spending a day
or two here
Mr Alex Campbell is here over this
weekend
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Tho Clio met Wednesday with Miss
Veda Thatcher the topic of the after
noon being Hawthorns Marble Fawn
given by Miss Tiny Rudolph
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A C AVomans club met Monday with
Mrs McLaughlin their topic for the
afternoon being Treasure Island giv
en by Margaret AAMlkunFon
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Wednesday evening an old folks
dance was given In the City pavilion
which was largely attended and much
enjoyed
Sir and Mrs George Austin of Salt
Lake were visiting JJehl friends Wed
nesday
Ofr and Mrs Eugene Roberts of Salt
Lake woro siting Lohl friends the
first of the week Mr Roberts Is on ails
way to Cuba and later to Europe
< Miss Edith Pearson of Draper Is vis
iting Mr and Mrs A C Pearson
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The Athenian society held a very
pleasant literary session at the home
of Mrs G N Child Wednesday after
noon
The Aero club was pleasantly enter
tained by Miss Dulsic Webb at her
home Monday evening
Mr and Mrs C E Huish were visit
ing Payton relatives the first of the
week
Miss Tin da Smith is visiting Black
foot friends
iMr and Mrs Ola Larson of Logan
have been visiting JLchl friends and
relatives the past two weeks
Mrs F J Miller of Farmington Is
visiting here
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Mrs Samuel Wing of Tabor Alta
Camda Is visiting relatives here
Miss Dolly Adamson of Malad spent
the first of the week In Lchl
Misses Lena and Pearl Worlton of
Salt Lake spent the first of the week
here
IMr and Mrs Oscar KIrkham of Salt
Lake have been visiting Lchl rela
tives
Sir and Mrs oJsoph Broadbent spent
the first of the week with Salt Lake rel
atives
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Hamptons magazine Is out for the
women of this country and the wom < n
or this country ought to he proud to
have such a vigorous champion It Is
not often that they get a pleader who
has at the same time so much vigor
and so much accuracy The special
articles In Hamptons have como to be
In a class by themselves Especially
valuable arc the Ilheta Chlldo Dorr
articles which have been running dur
ing the past few months under tho
heading What Eight Million om
en Want In December sho says In
speaking of the Consumers league
light against overworked female help
In whops and stores
The first White List Issued In New
York contained only eight firm names
The number was disappointingly
even to those who know the condi
tions Still more disappointing was tho
Indifference of the other firms to their
outcast position Far from evincing 4
desire to earn a place on the White
List they cast asperlslons on a
parcel of women who were trying to
undermine business credit and
scouted othcUo very Idea of an organized
fernlnlno conscience
Walt until the women want Easter
bonnets sneered one merchant Do
you think they will pa11 up anything
good because the store Is not on their
White List
Clearly HOinothlnc stronger than
moral suasion was cruicd for Even as
far back as 1891 a few women had
begun to doubt the efficacy of that In
direct Influence supposed to be worn
ens strongest weapon What was tho
astonishment of the merchants when
tho Lone framed and caused to be
IntrodtOcd into the New York Assem
by a bill known as tho Mercantile
Employers Dill to regulate tho em
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ployment of women and children In
I mercantile establishment mId to
place retail stores from tho smallest
o the largest under the Inspection
of the state factory department
The bill wns promptly strangled but
the next year and next and still the
next It obstinately reappeared Finally
In 1S9C four years after It was first
introduced the bill struggled through
the lower house In spite of powerful
commercial Influences tho bill was re
ported In the senate and some of the
senators became warmly Interested In
It A commission was appointed to
make an official Investigation Into
conditions of working women in New
York City
The findings of this Rholnhard Com
mission published afterwards in two
large volumes were sensational
enough Merchants reluctantly testfi
ed to employing grown women at a
salary of thirtythree cents a day
They confessed to employing little
girls of eleven and twelve years in
defiance to the childlabor law They
declared that pasteboard and wooden
stock boxes were good enough seats
for saleswomen that they should not
sit anyway
You remember A how popular those
white plague Christmas stamps
were last holiday time how people
bought the entire Issue of 25000000
and clamored for more Well It was
I Miss Mabel T Boardman who con
ceived that Idea and It will be due
to her efforts In part nt least that
many more millions of these stamp <
of a new design will be offered for
sale this season
Miss Ronrdimin will he the unofficial
social arbiter of the White House this
winter She has long been a particu
larly closo and Intimate friend of
both the president and Mrs Taft Mrs
Taft contrary to most of her predeces
sors has no social secretary Her long 1
residence in Washington which has I
covered most of her married life
placed her much more familiarly In
touch with society personages and
usages peculiar to the social life of
the capital than any of the first ladles
of the Innd who have graced the White
House In a generation
Miss Boardman Is a sisterinlaw of
Senator Murray Crane of Massachu
setts Her parents Mr and Mrs Wil
liam J Eoardman are wealth Their
home In Washington has long been re
nowned as a meetingplace for Interest
ing persons and for the warm and
boundless hospitality dispensed there
Mr TaCt who Is president of the Na
tionil TIed Cross society interested
Miss Boardman In the work several I
years ago With energy intelligence
and tact characteristic of the American
girl whostarts out to do things Miss
Boardnian virtually breathed the breath
of life Into th ° nd Cross society after
the confusion Into which Its affairs fell
during the Spanish war Mainly
through her efforts the society was reorganized
organized and placed upon a highly ef
ficient and prosperous basis When
the news of the Messina earthquake
reached Washington Miss Boardman
within n half hour took prompt action
for the relief of the sufferers In recog
nition of her work the Italian govern
ment decorated her with a reproduction
in gold of an ancient Roman civic
ciown It was bestowed through tho
Italian ambassador In Washington
Miss Boardman has a desk In the offices
of the Red Cross society In the war
department In Washington Except
for a few weeks In summer sho Is there
dally from morning until all of the
work In sight Is disposed otHamp
tons Magazine for December
Nowadays when there Is so much
talk of the distance run by a football
player in the course of a match it may
interest readers to know the distance
walked by an actress on tho stage In
the course of a piece says a recent
magazine article I have taken for
example the play East Lynne and
selected the well known part of Lady
Isabel and Mme Vine as played by
Miss Graco Warner I marked on a
chart the actual crosses made In tho
course of three acts out of the five In
which she takes part In the other two
she Is practically stationary The dis
tance covered amounts to 262 yards
well Ocr an eighth of a mile and add
ing that to the distance backward and
forward from the dressing room one
sees that an actresss work Is not all
talk as so many people imagine iI
No English actress made her appear
ance before the Restoration On Jan 3
Pepys records TV the theater where
was acted the Beggars Bush It be
ing very well done and here the first
time that ever I saw women come
upon the stage
But these it Is suspcsctcd were mere
walking ladies A few days later the
diarist went to sec a performance of
Tho Silent Woman Amonpr other
things hero Kynaston the boy had the
good turn to appear in three shapes
first as a poor woman In ordinary
clothes to please Morose then In fine
clothes ns a gallant and In them was
clearly the prettiest woman dn tho
whole house Ho had a year before
declared that Kynaston as Olympia
made lift loveliest lady that I ever saw
in my life
TiJ distinction of being the first
English actress has been variously as
cribed to Mrs Davenport Mrs Knlpp
and Mrs Dales The all appeared
the ramc year 1661 Mrs DavIes to
gether with the prlnclml actresses In
Plr William Dovenants company be
ing boarded in tho managers own
house
SALT LAKE OPERA CO
At Osrdcn
December 13th Excursion via O S
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L Round trip 100 Special train at
C13 p in returning after tho opera
REMOVAL SALE
Big reductions In wall paper and
framed pictures before moving to our
elegant now store
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Save 2500 on Dependable Furs for I
Xmas Gift Favors
HAT makes a more appreciated and exclusive I
W Holiday gift than
dependable fUlsThey are
useful and valuable a refined reminder of the
donor
Select from our entire stockfurs of every wanted +
pelt that is in fashionable i
L vogue at 25 per cent less Sets I
Muffs Scarps and childrens
fursmink lynx wolf fox
a wt squirrel seal aud Ermine No I
1 1 matter what style you prefer
r or what price you want to pay
1 youll save at Banks I I
tr 7 g Fancy Xmas ribbons in a I I
o great variety of colorings and I
vjattems our entire stock
ONEHALF PRICE
d 5f Ostrich Plumes make choice I
Xmas giftswe feature the
entire stock from petite tips to
Ii elaborate willow plumes at
i the sweeping reductions of I
ONEHALF PRICE I
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DRY GOODS CO f
Taffeta Silk Skirt L
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SHADES AND COLORS 50 Shades i
750 Values 498 t
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675 I 449 I
875 Black 575 r
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1 Initial HandkerchiefsI
12ci 20c 25c35c 50c
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Embroidered Handkerchiefs
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5c lOc 15c 20c 25c 35c 50c 75c 100 I
The Choicest of Patterns j
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Childrens and Ladies
Fur Sets Half Price
Special Low Prices on In L
fants and Childrens
Bearskin and Velvet Coats
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300 Coats to sell I
A nice Christmas Present for the
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Little Ones
The SemiWeekly News
THE GREAT COUNTRY SEWS PAPER
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V and women sample
There is value all the time at the ECON shoes perfect in i
OMY SAJMPLE SHOE SHOP We have no fit and last
sales no price fluctation One price to all
and the acme of quality at boncfide prices t
Sample shoes are the manufacturers best it0
grades AVC buy for cash sell for cash and > o
operate under the minimum of expense
hence the greatest shoe values in Salt Lake
not once in a while but all the time A per V
fect fit is the basis of our trade quality and
price our strong advertising points Visit y f
the Economy
Cpen evenings until Xmas Mail orders promptly filled r
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