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j'l ' pGE EIGHT " THE LOQAN R E P U B L I C A N SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1912 I
H, 7 On Monday nttcrnoon Miss Caram
HHJ 1 1 " Parkinson entertained with a Ken-
HK tington. Tlio rooms wero brightened
HHj u with cut flowers. Dainty refrcsbments
HBfl were served. Those present wero:
HHJ i Misses I'ntlonco Thatcher, Unrda
HHJ t Smart, Victoria Howell, Emma Kc-
HH clcs, Sara Blair, Zolnora Dalllf, Helen
HH Thatclior, Ellen Harbor, Luna Far-
J"" roll, Claire Parkinson, Edith Thom
as. ' '
HI !j S Mr. Raymond Barber and Mr.
HHJ Foricll Barber returned from Salt
HH (l Lake Wednesday.
HBfl I 1 Congressman and Mrs Howell, and
HHJ ) Mls3 Mary Howell spent tho week In
HH Salt I-ako.
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HH I Mr. and Mrs. Jcsslo Stratford of
HH i 1'ocatello spent tho week hero.
HHJ ' j jj President Llnford attended tho Ir-
HH i rlgntlon congress in Salt Lako City
HH1 Monday and Tuesday.
a Attorney A. E. Bowcn went
HH to Salt Lake Sunday to attend tho
jj Irrigation congress.
HHJ ! Miss Joan Moen Is In Salt Lako for
! a fow days,
Mr. John Dankhcad spent part of
1 , tho week In Salt Lake.
, i' Mr. II. P. aarber spent tho week
in Salt Lake.
h ' Miss Alllo Frankln of Lo Grand,
HHj ' Oregon, is hero attending school at
HHj Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Calnc, III,
HHJ ! spent tho week In Salt Lake.
HHJ i, ' Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Hansen
HHJ ' ' went to Salt Lako to attend confer-
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HHJ ' Mr. and Mrs S. B. Mltton aro nt-
HHJ tending conference In Salt Lake.
HHJ ! j Mr. Fleming has returned home
tn '! from uls eastern trip. Mrs. Fleming
Hjfr ls 8tl" tho cast.
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IS' Air. Luther Foster returned to
W. "New Mexico Monday.
i Mr. and Mrs. Held Shnmhnrt ro-
V turned from Salt Lako Tuesday.
H f JIrs I'oul80 - Kimball will roturn
HHJ, j next Friday to her home In tho east.
HHJ Mrs. Hornco Nobeker and llttlo
H son Bpent tho week In Salt Lako,
HHJ J guests of Mrs. Frank Chamberlln.
HHJ Mr. Herman Harms and son, Mr.
HHJ ft Hansen and son, of Salt Lako spent
Jj Tuesday hero duck shooting.
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Hjrf Mrs ' Torgeson Is visiting in
i 8alt I-ake, guest of her daughter Mrs.
Hi Walter Pyper.
H ,, Judgo Qunnell of Ogdcn spent last
Hvlf Saturday and Sunday tiero.
HHJ j Dr. Ball spent part of tho week
HJ in Salt Lako.
H ' 'sa Ida Savage spent part of tho
il. week In Salt Lake.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dailies, Miss
mmmmm ( Vora Rlch' Mr- an'l Mrs. C. A. El-
H ' drodB' niotorod from Salt Lako last
Thursday and spent tho day with
Mrs. Horaco Nebekor and Mrs.
Mrs. Mary N. Farr of Salt Lako Is
hero visiting, guest of her son Mr.
Mrs. Lottie Thatcher Is visiting In
Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Stowart aro
attending conference In Salt Lako.
President Wldtsoo spent tho week
in Salt Lake.
Mrs. Mario Thatcher and daughter
Miss Harriet Thatcher spent Inst
Sunday and Monday In Ogdcn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Burton, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Kimball, Mrs. Low Mc
Cunc, Miss Emma Lucy Gates, Mr.
Dick Burton, motored from Salt Lako
last Saturday in tho Burton machlno
and spent Sunday here. Miss Gates
remained hero and is guest of Mrs.
Mrs. ZIna Y. Card and Miss Ly
in an of Salt Lako came to Lognn last
Saturday to attend tho Primary con
ference held Sunday. Miss Lytnan
returned Monday and Mrs. Card
spent part of tho week hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smart spent
tho week In Salt Lako.
Dr. and Mrs. I. S. Smith returned
Thursday from Salt Lake.
' . .
Miss Elizabeth Smith spent tho
enrly part of tho week in Salt Lako.
Mr. H. P. Jennings of Los Ange
les spnnt tho mid-week here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. McLaughlin
and llttlo daughter spent part of ttj
week in Salt Lak'o.
Mr. Champ has returned from
Mrs. Jennie Tanner and Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Shepard camo to Logan tho
early part of the week and will lo
cate here for tho winter. Mr. Shep
ard will attend tho Agricultural Col
lego thlp year.
Bishop B. G. Thatcher went to
Salt Lake Friday to attend confer
Mr John Toronto has returned to
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cardon went
to Salt Lake Friday to attend con
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Torgeson re
turned Wednesday from Salt Lako.
Mr. and Mrs. Weston Vernon
went to Salt Lako Thursday for a
few days stay.
It. and Mrs. Reynolds aro spend
ing n few days In Salt Lako.
Mrs. LoRoy Cardon returned Wed
nesday from Salt Lako.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Rudolph return
ed from Salt Lako Wednesday.
Miss May Benson went to Salt
Lnko to attend Conference.
1 Jj MflliL-lAiHJl. JLifyi ..mi ma an l ! m Him imimwifmi
!H 1 SPEGIALS FOR GMjr4kMT?G? I
. 1 THIS WEEK ON ilUJUr S
Hl, I Children's Kid Button Shoes, Regular $1.50 01 10 1
e 1 Values - UllIU 3
H I Misses' $1.75 Vici Kid Shoes, Solid M OC
H I Leather ullZO '
H 9 Boys Heavy School Shoes .... Vj in
H"o I ; e
Hr I I Men's $3.50 Fine Dress Shoes, Button or Lace (0 Efl B
V' 1 in Patent, Gun Metals and Russia Calf. Now &ZluU
M I I Opposite The Tabernacle I
President aallif wont to Salt Lako
to attend Conference.
Mr. J. E. Shepard spent tho mid
week in Salt Lako.
Mrs. Annlo Smith went to Salt
Lako Friday for a week's stay.
Miss Inez Thaln spent tho early
part of the week In Salt Lako.
Mrs. Inez Thaln went to Salt Lako
to attend Conference.
Prof, and Mrs. F. A. Hlnkloy en
tertained with a charmingly appoint
ed party last Saturday evening at
their homo on South First West. In
honor of tho faculty of the B. V. C.
A color scheme of crimson and yel
low (tho collogo colors) were carrlted
out In tho artistic decorations. Nag
tirtuns nnd golden California popples
wero used In tho living room. Crim
son blossoms and slmllax brightened
the dining room. Clever games were
played. Delicious refreshments were
The first of a series of dancing par
ties was given last night nt tho B.
Y. C. gymnasium under tho manage
ment of the faculty.
Mrs. C. G. Smith will entertain at
dinner tonight at her homo on Third
North. Tho tnblo will bo decorated
with chrysanthemums . Covers will
bo laid for six.
A convention of tho Primary asso
ciations of the Cache Stake was held
hero last Sundny. On Saturday eve
ning tho Primary Stako officers enter
tained at tho First ward room in tho
Tnbornacle, In honor of tho local of
ficers. Tho Stnko Presidency High
Councllmen, and their escorts nnd the
visiting ladles from Salt Lako City.
Tho room was gaily decorated with
fall flowers and greenery for tho dec
oration. A delightful musical pro
gram was rendered. Miss Lyman
lead in some "Folk" dances. Cell
clous refreshments wero served nnd
an hour spent In social chat. About
threo hundred guests woro preselt.
Tho A. C. Woman's club enter
tained with n cross-country drive
last Saturday evening. At six o'clock
tho members of tho club and their
escorts left Logan In automobiles for
Hyrum where a delicious chicken sup
per was served them. After Buppor
an hour was Bpent In social chat and
By way of celebrating her birthday
Miss Claire Cardon entertained with
a prettily appointed party Wednes
day evening. Tho rooms wero decor
ated with nutumn leaves and flowers.
Dainty refreshments wero served.
Thoso present wero Misses Nettle
Goodwin, Orlta Smith, Georgia Full
mer, Ada Mltton, Floronco Carlisle,
Virginia Bateson, Jessio Eccles, Lec
ra Thntchor, Ruth Howell, Florence
Njbloy; Messrs Howard Brossard,
Guy Poulsen, Lesllo Smith, Jean Stew
art, Leo Hansen, Sponcer Eccles,
Eastman Hatch, Conrad Odell, Clay,
ton Preston, Hulrao Nobeker.
The Clio Clrclo met Wednesday af
ternoon with Mrs. D. H. Thomas.
Mrs. Nettle Sloan, with her rare
voice sang. "Aria' from tho opera
Carmen by Bizet. Mrs. George Tor
geson gave a very Interesting discus
sion of Jose Echogaray and his dra
mas, emphasizing "Tho Great Galeto.
Mrs. Frank Earl, Mrs. Alt. Mitchell
woro guests of tho afternoon. Dell
clous refreshments wero served.
Tho A. C. Woman's club met Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. Wldtsoo,
Mrs. S. O. Stevens gave a very in
teresting discussion of Maurico Hew
lett nnd "Tho Song of Renney. Mrs.
Blnford and Mrs. HnrrlB wore accept
ed as mombers of tho club. Miss
Emma Lucy Gates was guest of tho
afternoon. Tho hostess served re
Complimentary to Mrs. Loulso U
Kimball, Mrs. A. II. Thompson en
tetlnlned with a 500 party Thursday
afternoon nt hor homo on East Cen
ter. All about tho rooms fall flow-o-s
wero artistically nrrnnged. Deli
cious refreshments woro served from
daintily appointed tables. Mrs. E.
. Robinson nnd Mrs. Luther How
p11 wero tho prize winners. Mrs.
Kimball was presented with a guest
prize Thoso present wero: Mes
domes Loulso G. Kimball, J. C. Wal
tors, C. G. Smith, A. L. Colo, Geo.
Hendricks, F. W. Thatcher, D. H.
Thomas, A. L. Farroll, Robert Bln
ford, E. W. Robinson, Pnrloy Peter
son, E. P. Bacon, E. D. Bali, Lu
ther Howoll, B. O. Thatclior, LoRoy
Cardon, Moso Cardon, D. C. Budgo,
Wra. Howoll, Uny Rudolph, S. O.
Slovens, Luther Fdster, I. S. Smith.
G. W. Thatcher; Mlssos Ellznboth
Smith, Charlotto Kylo, Zolla Smart,
The A. C. Faculty Women's
Philadelphia Mermaids Swim Delaware River With I
Their Hands and Feet Securely Fastened Together. I
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Photos by American Press Association. I
Katbertnc Wnlloce and Margaret Stanton, two young women swimmers, recently swnm across tho Delaware rtT- B
er at Phlliidolphla with their hands nnd feet tied.. Tho current was running swiftly, and several times It wns feared m
that the darlug swimmers would have to give up their undertaking. The swimmers, being bound, were forced to ifl
make tnelr strokes with the muscles of the back and shoulders, 'i'bousands of persons witnessed tho feat. Theyouns m
women's wrists and ankles were badly chafed oy the thorn; with whlcb they wert- bound. M
League held its opening meeting of
the year last Friday at the Agricul
tural College Tho first part of the
meeting was devoted to business, af
ter which Mrs. Llnnartz gave two
vocal solos. Mrs. Clalro Bingham,
Mrs. John T. Catne, III, Miss Hattle
Smith served refreshments. At a
special business meeting laBt year tho
following officers were elected for tho
ensuing year: President, Mrs. C. W.
Porter; Vice-president, Miss Charlotto
Kyle; Secretary, Mrs. Kanuto
Peterson; Treasurer, Miss Hattle;
Smith; Executive Committee, Miss
Kylo, Mrs. E. D. Ball, Mrs. Parley
, Peterson .
I can locate you on a choice Smoot
Homestead la Box Elder County.
Cheap; just like finding It Under
cultivation tho land will be worth
from 13000 to $6000. Call at this office
for detailed information.
Under a Mammoth Water Proof Can
vas With Comfortable Seats For
Burk's Big Undo Tom's Cabin Co.
Is coming and notwithstanding tho
tact thnt it ls the largest, biggest and
best in all this world playing this
popular drama, tho prices will bo in
keeping with tho most humblo purso
in tho neighborhood. It will cost
you no raoro to seo this big ono,
than It will to seo tho small ono,
and If you cannot afford to seo but
ono show this season, then this Is
certainly tho ono. Don't forgot tho
date, Saturday, October G, at grounds
near tho Woodruff school.
Don't uso harsh physics. Tho re
action weakens tho bowols, loads to
chronic constipation. Got Doan's
Regulets. Thoy operoto easily, tono
tho stomach, cure constipation.'
ST JOHN'S CHURCH
Tho services for tho 18th Sundny
nftor Trinity will bo Holy Communion
and sormon nt 11 o'clock and Even
ing Prayer and sermon nt 7:30 p. m.
All aro wolcomo.
Tho Rnngowlth tho Brollor
Wtien 7u cm hic thli Utnt, improrrd
HU9 wbtcb Inrludn 111. broiler ttUchtntnt,
tqatl to inr 120.00 cturcotl broiler mad. it
the nmi price charted for oljiijle rtnzei,
which btTF not ten ImproTrd In SO irtn.
ctn rou ifforJ to be without It) Thli li one
of lbs Tenons why we wint yon to cill and
allow u to show yon Cole' Hot Dint Hence.
EVERTON & SONS, Sole Agents.
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