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8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 19M
I Wordy Roses Hurled
at Woman Candidate
Courtly Southern Gentleman Defending Seat in
Congress and Woman Republican Who Runs
Against Him Conduct Most
H By CAROLYN V VNCE
Special Correspondent ,i The Stand
(Copyright.- 1925. by The Stand-nrd-Kxamlnor)
WASH I NT, TON". Seut. .V The po
H liteat passage d'armea ever witness
ed Is today engrossing the attention
of North Carolina,
J Major Charles M. Stedman, court
ly southern gentleman and Dcmo
H rrat Is defending the yn.-it he now
H holds in the house of national repre
B sentatlves against Che ladylike
B saults of the RepUDlii m noi
H Mrs. IJndsey Patterson, G gcn.
H tic southern birth.
B The soft tongurd strategy both
H use In the campaign sounds strange,
H indeed, in this day of more or less
P violently vituperative politic. He
fl bombards her with bouquets. She.
fl too, avoids the use of briokhats in
1 favor of more amiable ammunition.
J "Mrs. Patterson is ohc of the fln-
H est women in the state." is gallantly
typical of his remarks,
B "Major Stedman Is noted for his
charming manners, an 1 he is the
! politest man I ecr taiew." is grac
I lously characteristic of her.
Tho "imperial fifth" district, the.
scene of this bouquet battle, ih frag-
Sterling L. Brooks
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Dinaba, Cal. "Two years ago the '
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my back burl ill Hie time, and I was
I not able to work. I got very despond-!
ent and finally, after almost giving up
hope of getting well, I heard of Dr.
J Piert e n Anuric Tabletb and began ub
lng them together with Dr. Pierce's
I Golden Medical Discovery, and after
a few months' treatment I found niy-
self practically well. ! can recommend
these 'Anuric Tablets' for weak kid
I neys, and for torpid liver. Impure
I blood and poor digestion, tbero is
nothing that equals the Golden Medi-
cal Discovery." Sterling L. Brooks,
I 24G Academy Way.
i You can quickly put youreelf in A-l
condition by going to your druggist
and obtaining Dr. Pierce's Family
I Remedies, tablets or liquid, or write
Dr. Pierce. President Invalids' Hotel
I In Buffalo. N. Y.. for free medical ad-
vlce. Hcnd 10c if you desire a trial
I . V package of tablets. Advertisement.
cause you know the ladies will all
.te inr mi-," he boasts twinkllng
ey d, which only goes to show how
Incorrigible masculinity persist In
spite of age. Major Stedman is Im
pressively SI years old.
Among his Indifferent looking col
leagues in tho house ho rears n
satisfying statesmanlike figure
Below the shining white nimbus
of hair appears an intellectual ex
panse of forehead, brows avalanch
Ing snow-like oxer eyes bespeaking
vigorous life. A patrlurchlal benrd
computes an imposing appearance
An aura of venerable romanco sur
rounds him also because he Is the
last Confederate soldier in congress
He fought under Lee Irom tho be
ginning of the war to Appomatox and
was wounded three times.
WOMAN EN ERGETIC.
Mrs. Patterson Is a whirlwind of
energy. Her motor ear. which she
has named the Washington Spec
ial." ami in which she announces she
hopes to rld' to Washington, will be
in every part of her district between
now and election day. Already she
has motored S.noo miles In the "im
perial fifth " There are elevon coun
ties In the district. Mrs. Patterson
MRS. GERALD W. TAYLOR, formerly Miss Thelma
i 1V1 Williams, daughter of Mrs. Rose E. Williams, whose
marriage took place recently in Salt Lake ( Ridges-Rabe.)
I mm m
I rant with the flowery compliments
that an- showered promiscuously !
about The place gllit.r. with t
golden opinions that ar- scattered I
In such a free-handed manner.
Major Stedman not only rclta h!a
opponent with praises but he works
in a lot of cubtle flattery on t. o
women ct'.rs with an crcrlcr. J
, 'I'm afraid I am going to beat 1
Mrs. Patterson In the election be- '
figures she will have spent a week
The opponents In this campaign
are well matched as far as family
and tradition are concerned Major
Stedman Is from a family that has
been prominent In North Carolina
for generations. Mrs. Patterson's
Grandfather was General Patterson,
whose cousin. Betsy Patterson, mar
rieri Jerome Bonaparte. Joseph Bon
aparte was her grandfathers Irlend
and many of the furnishings In the
Patterson mansion in Winston-Salem.
X. C. came from Joseph Patterson.
The candelabrum in the blue room
of the White House was originally
given by Napoleon to Joseph when
1 o former was king of Spain. They
i re brought by him to this country
and given to General Patterson who
In turn presented them to the White
GREAT SOCIAL PUESTIGK.
The home of Mrs. Patterson In
Winston -Salem Is said to contain the.
finest collection of antiques in the
itli Her special hobby Is antique
furniture. She Is a writer on agri
cultural subjects and had done spec
ial research work in Revolutionary
history. She is a member of the
Acorn club of Philadelphia and of
tho Colony duo of New York and
enthusiastically follows the work of
I he Garden club of America. She
organized the Federation of Wom
en's Clubs In North Carolina and
as the first state president. An
other prominent club position held
by her Is that of vice president gen
era) of the Daughters of the Am
erican Revolution in North Caro
lina. All of this will give some Idea of
her social prestige and will prove
that she Is not merely a "Yankee"
Imported fur the purpose of running
on the Republican tlck't.
DEMOOR WIG STRONGHOLD.
Major Stedrnan recognizes tho
thoroughbred quality of his oppon
ent and true to the chlvalrlc tradi
tions of the south he has never said
a derogatory word eourt-rnlng her.
"Southern men believe In always
being polite and deferential to all
women," be says.
They are polite, yes. They love
to go Jousting for a lady's favor In
the realms of romance. They lend
their strong right arms for the lad
les to lean upon. But will they give
them support at the polls? They are
traditionally willing to riBk their lives
fcr a lady's whlrn. But will they
go smiling to tholr polltlcat deaths
it that whim takes the form of a1
SALT LAKE SOCIETY
(Continued T-Yom Pngo SIt)
Miss La Rue Smith and Mrs. A 11
Park. Following' the marriage of Mis."
Margaret Alean Taylor and Gilbert
Alfred Beeves of Los Angeles, which
took place Thursday In the S.ilt Lake
temple, a wedding breaKfnst
served by Mrs Frank A. Johnson nt
her home, 1139 East Ninth South
street The ceremony was performed
by Apostle Stephen L Blchards. Pur
ple asters and pink snapdragons
formed centerpieces for one lnp
table and two smaller ones, at which
breakfast was served. The flowers
were arranged in a silver basket on
tho large table Coi rs were laid
for twenty-four. The living room
Was decorated In African marigolds.
I The couple left on a midnight train
for Son Francisco on a wedding
trip They will make their home al
J57 Browning boulevard. Los An;:-
les. The bride wore u going awny
govn of brown duvetyn and vel t.
trimmed in n.lnk fur, with hat an J
boots to match.
Mr ami Mrs R. R. Card.il! enter
tained at a reception Wednesday eve
ning at their home, -436 If street,
In honor of the. young couple
The reception room was decorated
in autumn leaves and zinnias in rich
fall colorings. Red slnniaS were usd
in the music room. A yellow color
scheme was carried out In the dining)
room A basket of African m.irl
golds formed the renterpiece for the
upper table on a eluny cover over
yellow Yellow candles further em-'
phaslsed the color idea.
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Cardnll In
receiving the guests were E Y
Taylor, father of the bride. Mrs. ti .
A Reeves, grandmother of tne
bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs Robert!
Bands and Mr. and Mrs W E I
Eans Assisting In the dining room
were Miss Jennie Harrington A&lSS I
Mary HjrrlnR-Un Miss Ruth Taylor,
Miss Virginia Evans, Miss Julia Tay
lor and Miss I,o)o Hanson.
lurunnm ij .mis. r.un;i c-vans
I Johnson Mrs E H Iter kst rand. Mrs. I
L R. Taylor and Miss Rachel Ander
son One hundred and twenty-five
guests were in attendance.
Miss Lyle Newman, a fall bride,
was the guest of honor at b dinner
Klven Tuesday nlfrht at the Hotel rtah
by the Juliette club. The tuble had
a centerpiece of zinnias
Covers were laid for the following,
In addition to the guest of honor
Miss Ruby Jarvis. Miss Luclle Thorup,
MlbS Grsce Blake. Miss Elva Fatu
Mia-i Melbi Grirfith. Miss Charlotte
Burton. Miss LuoV Newman. Mils
Carrie Sberrod. Miss Frankle Mltzeli,
Miss Isabel Halt on and Mrs. Oscar
Members of the music section of
the Ludles' Literary club, of which
Mrs J. W Alford Is chairman, enter-1
tained at tej Tuesday afternoon at tho
clubhouse, following a program In
which Utah composers were featured.
Marigolds, da I) I las and asters were
used In de orations. The tea table
had a centerpiece of purple aster
Mrs. George F. Wa-sson presided i
the tea table Those nerving were
Mrs Raymond Ackerman. M r ; , ' S
Anderson. Mrs. L. D. Anderson. Mrs
J A. Aylett. Mrs. R. W. Barnes and
Mrs John H. Barnhart.
The following program was well
Talk on the work of the music
clubs of America Mrs John Brum
blay; "Mottler" and Calling Love
Alone." by Grace Tout Malmsten. MISS
Melba Judd. composer at the piano.
"Mood of a Mandarin" and "Valso
of a Viennese Doll." by Henry Sou
vain", played by the composer at the
"I Seek My Love," an Indian love
Ivrlc, bv B. Ceell Gates, and "The
Qypsv Wsv." bv C W. Raid, Mrs.
Myrtle Orr. with Mr RMd at th-piano.
"Slumber and Dream" and "Pens
Tslgane," by Amedee Tremblay,
plaved by the composer.
"I'nder the Balcony' by Spencer
Clausen, pastoral "Heutc, Nue
Heiit." by Tracy Y. Cannon. Evan
geline Thomas Beesley, with Mr. Can
non at the I if n."'
"A Ralnv Day." bv Arthur P. Fre
ber. and "The Lost Child." by Arthur
Shepard. Mr Katharine White, with
John Bmmblay accompanist.
"Melodv " bv Charles Frederick
Stayner. Miss Alice Anderson
The marriage of Miss Dorn Sander
and I E Johnson took pluce Wed
nesday night at 7 o'cloi k at the home
of the bride on Kenbintron avenue
The ceremony was performed by
Bishop Jacob Mauss
The rooms were decorated In pink
and White asters and roses S'jpp r
uas served at sma'l tables on the
I lawn Dancing was also enjoyed on
I the lawn
j The bride wore a gown of white
charmeuse trimmed In pearls, with a
veil caught with orange blossoms and
she carried Ophelia roses Mrs. M.
I L. Bean, matron of honor, wore whtte
I crape satin: Miss Viola Bander, moid
j of honor, wore pink Liff.-li and Miss
I Marel Cowan. bridesmaid. wore
peach colored crepe de chine Miss
lone Vandewors wore lade green
geortrette. The maids and matrons
l carried sweet pei to harmonl::e with
their gowns Cll'ton I'olb e was best
Assisting the bride's parents. Mr
and Mrs. W. C. Sande-. In reCOtl log
the guests Were Mr anl Mrs, W M
Bander and Mr and Mrs. i; p, Houck.
Mrs E Dohlln was In charg.' of the
dining room und was assisted by Miss
Marie Sparks, Miss Irene Sparks.
Miss Eudea?a Smith. Mist Margaret
Arpln and Miss Althea Sandi r
The couple will mn':e l.. lr home
In San Francisco.
The wedding of Mis". Reta. McAiis
t r ami Joseph Reed took plat s Wed-
yearnlng for political office? To all
of this Major Btedinaji answers:
"It's a highly Democratic district
and I will beat her."
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A wddlnfr hrenkfast wtl served nt
tho home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
v C UcAUfter, on Coatsvlil vttf
nue Pink roses und nwOej peas were
the fieooration Coven wen laid for
25 at two lonjr tahles.
The bride wore a rown of whit'
Canton crepe and carried Ophelia
rr,e.s Following n short wedding
trip, the couple will be at home In
the Oranlte apartments nftor Octo
Members of the Cleofan celebrated
ji nnl er.sary day and held the open-J
Inrr meeting of the season Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. C. Clarence Nes
len on Third avenue.
Luncheon was served at one long
table. Pink and white asters formed,1
the centerpiece. Candled corsage
bouquets were favors. Mrs. Frank
i; .ms presided as toastmtstress. The
members responded to toasts looking
100 years ahead.
Covers were laid for the following'
Mrs Heber K P.urton. Mrs. Clarence
Snow. Mrs. Tsaac Blair Eans Mrs.i
A O Trrpanra Mrs. Luther Van)
Hills. Mrs. Ashby D. Boyle. Mrs. C.
H Wells. Mrs. Seldon I Clawson.
Mrs Frank Evans. Mrs. Lewis Telle
Cannon. Mrs. J . T. Hammond. Jr..
Mrs. Rosabelle Ashton. Mrs Burton
Mns.ser. Mrs. L T Whitney. Mr
Ajinette v. pulmer, Mrs George
Luke Mrs. Richard Smith. Mrs.
Ellas H Smith. Mrs. Neplil L Mor
ris Mrs W. C. McDonald, Miss Af-
tori Vounp; and Miss Kmmeline Wells j
Mrs. H. C Goodrich entertained all
I tea at her home. 70 Virginia street, 1
Monday afternoon In honor of Miss
iiaee IVndleN of ..".v York nntlonal
president of the women's auxiliary of(
the Episcopal churrh, who lfl In the.
. it. .n her way from Portland, where
she attended the general convention
of tho Episcopal church.
The guests included members 01 the
women's auxiliary of St Mark's cathe
dral. A Madeira cover was on the tea1
table. Purple, white and rose-colored :
asters formed a centerpiece. Presld-'
lng at the tea Liblc were Mrs. George'
Y Wallace and Mrs. Emma Moulton.l
Assisting in serving WCe Miss Ger
trude MeGrath and Mls Gertrude
Rose, About fifty guests were In at
tendance. . . .
Miss viola Hall, a brldo of this!
week, was entertained at a kenslngton
tea Monday afternoon by Mrs. Emer
ald Hanson at her home on Douglas
A basket of pink rose on a Ma
deira cover formed the centerpiece
for the tea table Asters anil zin
nias were used to decorate the living
room. The hostess was asslfted by
Mrs. Merlin I. Kimball and Miss
The guests Included Miss Hall. Mrs.
Moslah Hall, Mrs. Milton P. Fletcher,
Mrs. .lessc K. Smith. Mrs. Maurice
Anderson, Mrs. X. J. Hansen, Mrs. G.
Merlin Southwlck, Mn Clyde P Han-
: .1 Mrs. Conway Ashton Mrs Verner
11 Hewlett, Mis-. Josephine Hall, Mist
Mary Butler, Miss Luclle duff. Mies
Maurine Harms Miys Rhea Croft and
Miss LaKue Hansen,
Miss Lylt Newrnan, fall rride en
tertained at a trousseau tea Sunday
afternoon at hiT home. Asters and
zlnnlns were used to decorate the
rooms The hnntesa ws assisted by
; her mother. Mrs. H S. Newman, and
i Miss Lucy Newman. Assisting In serv
ing were Ml.vs irginla Jepperson, Mlt
I Elsie Twitchcll and Miss Grace En.
erv. Seventy-five guests wero pres
I The Juliette club will entertain this
'evening at the Hotel Utah in honor of
1 the brldo.
Min Beatrice Ahern entertained
Sunday afternoon at tea at her home
In Houghton place in honor of Miss
Marguerite LcCuyer, who will leave
noon for Angeles to make hi r
home Mrs. E. C Ahern assisted her
luughter In receiving, and entertain
ing the guests. Those in attendance
in addition to the guest of honor, were
Mrs. F F. LeCuyer, r.. MUw Lucile
Greene, Miss Catherine Maher. Ml??
Ella Mi Cn llutn. Miss Katherlne Jen
sen. Mrs. Arthur Gunard. Miss Lorrtta
Wcgscheldor. Miss Angela Hanrah.111.
Miss Eva Kay Miss Veda Andrews,
Mls Katherlne Rellley
Miss Reti reAllster. a bride of
Wednesday, entertained at a trous
seau tea given Sunday afternoon at
flhe home of her mother. Mrs. W. O.
MoAlister. on Coatovllle avenue A
pink snd lavende rcolor eheme In
the housi decorations was , irriej out
with rose.s, prtunlas and asters. A
bnsket of pink roses formed n renter
piece for the tea table. Assisting In
receiving In addition to the bride's
mother, were Mrs. Joseph V. mlth
and Mrs. James E Wallls Pr9idlng
in the dining room were Miss TholmS
Jaeobs and Miss Irma McEwan The
guests numbered 150.
ENGLAND TIRES OF
LQNDON, Sept. "0 American vis
itors to London, especially prominent
ones, are inclined to say pleasant1
things to their hosts, and Englishmen!
are not disinclined to listen. The lat
est example of this was given by Gov
irnor Cox of Ohio, who Is quoted bv
the Dally Mall as saying some very
pleasing things about London as a
But would it not be better all
New Method of
A news ite.n from abroad Informs us
thnt the American method of producing h
Hm, trim figure Is meeting wltl aston
Ishlnjr ueceia This system, which has
made such u wonderful lnitre.slon over
there, must be the Marmola Prescription
Tablet method of reducing fat. I I Mfi
to say that we have nothing better tot
this purpose in this country. Anything
that will reduce, the exeess flesh steadllv
und easily without injury to the storn
aeh. the canting of wrinkles the htlp of
exercising or dieting, or Interference with
one's meals Is a mighty inportant and
useful odoiilon lo civilization's necessi
ties. Just such h catalogue of good re
sults follow the use of theso pie-sjutnt.
Ivrmluj and eeonomlcAl little fat re
ducers. We say economical because Mar
inola Prescription Tahlets (made In ac
cordance with the famous Marmola Pre
scription) cn he obtained of any drug
gist the world over or from the Marmola
Company, 4612 Woodward avenue, De
troit, Mich., for ono dollar a ca.se whlcn
Is a decidedly economical prlcn, consider
ing the number of tahlots each case con
tains. They aro harmless. Advertleo-ment
Long Distance Honeymooner
Marie Harrison. PftJhur t,,
Lima, has Parted on So lowest " rleans to Dr J 1 1
around, asks the Daily Chronicle. If
they would give us some constructive
I criticism " Lamenting the fre,1U0ncy
J of accidents on London streets thl
! paper says. "Why doesn't London mi
I tate New York, which now loads thn
I world In traffic regulations ' n
perhaps too much to hop for th
system of plgnal-boxea, BemaphorM
and colored lights that mako Kim,
avenue a model of safety anj
clent traffic regulation. Lint at b ast
we could follow New York's r
In forbidding pedestrians to otosj tho
roadway nt dangerous croninm ui.
til the point policeman has arranged
a 'airway and given permission to
cross This rule Is bo strictly carried
out that even tho New fork m uSi
gcr boy does not Infringe it
Another rule that is universal In
America and Canada compels all mn
lr t:Rfrl,C,tu8t0p dead ""til a ram."
car has discharged and tak-n u it,
passengers and started off nCK
Why this rule Is not adopted In Eng
land It is impossible to Imagine''
"it is nice to have Americana oom.
here nd throw OVelV bouonS
( us," said an Kngllsh writ, ., "but
think they W0UfJ (Jo us moro gWM
t If thev occasional:,- t0,l us Dolpfl
blank of some of the things thev flnfl
un w th us- lis mutual admtrtB
; tlon business that gors on now M
aot good for elthjer of us" '