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flUNDAY MORNING, DECEMRFR 71
Ml 1 ' ggggagg 31 22 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 I
I. LAKE CITY. Dec. 30 Ao
uncement is made by Mr. and Mrs.
arles W. Price of the engagement
Miss Myrtle Carolyn Swainston to
' Lymnn Merrill Horne of N'ow
rk. on of iIr and Mrs- Georgo
Homo of this city. The marriage
i take place January S,
rhe announcement was made at a
nlly dinner Christmas day at the
me of the bridegroom's parents,
i Ourav acnur The table was
-orated In holly and mistletoe. Cov
;were laid for ten.
Dr- Home Is connected -with the
ooklyn hospital and is spending the
lldays In Salt "Lake. Miss Swaln
D is a trained nurse and has ro
itly spent some time in Honolulu.
, i ersed in Oriental art
active and alumnae members of
, Gamma Slsma sorority cntertalncl
duesday evening at their annual
thday banquet in the supper room
"Kf the Hotel Utah. The tables were
Kranged ,0 form a hlook U. Decora
Bens were ln sororlty flowers,
IKcllla roses and ilolets. The place
Erd5 were monogramed folders em
KMsed In the sorority seal. ,
TmIss Edith Johnson acted as toast
fcitatress for the evening. Responses
Egrc givD b-s Ml9S Alicelle Hlggs,
lUL's Inez Barnes, Miss Arvllla Rob
Ifertji, Miss Mavis Farrell, Miss Jcnnls
nudges and Miss Edna Mlchelson.
Buslcal selections were given by Mlas
Buth McMillan. Miss Valentine Gor
Bnskl, Miss Beth Baumberger, Miss
Leila 'cottorell: Miss Eloise Baum
Krger and Miss Elva Cottererll.
The Fornrlty patrons were special
fcnests of the evening They are Mrs.
Rrank Evans Mrs Thomas Brighton.
BCrs R D. Harrlman. Mrs. A J
Iflldges and Mrs Grin Tugman.
Those in charge of arrangements
ware Miss Wilms Hurlbert, Miss EdT.a
Mflchclson and Miss Ruth McMillan.
Ijjiirty-slx guests were present.
I Members of the Alpha Omega
Kouncii. which Includes all sorority
Ria of the University of Utah, rn-
tertalned Wednesday afternoon at a
; inslnirton tea In tii. V. C. A. club
Keoms on East Third South street.
Bollday decorations vo.-re used effec
Evely in decorating the rooms.
W The committee In charge of ar
rangements included Miss Douls Can
Ken. chairman. Mis Elsa Keysor. Miss
, Alton Wright. Miss June "Woodruff,
Kiss Stella Kincald Miss Edith John
Bit, Miss Gwendolyn Edwards and
Vies Helen Cii I... 1
I Mr. and Mrs George W. Reed en
tartalned at a dancing party In the
brill at the Hotel 1'tah Wednesday
Evening The center of tlv room was
tarnished as a reception room. A
Marge Christmas tree was a part of the
I J decorath e m l' mr
9 X buff"' supper w:i ; s.t. e. from a
M long tablr depurated In red Christmas
I candles with holly and tern leaves
I Kttred u er tie cloth. The guests
J numbered ?"
One of the Interesting holiday wed-
dln?s whs 1 1. i ' u- Mis- KiiMi Bruneau,
Uughter of Mr 1 Mrs A .1 Bru-
Esau. and Cornelius 1" Mahoney,
which toolt p'i"-'- Wednesday morning
fct 9 o'clock at Our Lady of Lourdes
parish of the i".ir',o!p . hureh. The
tM ceremony was performed by the Rev
baj Father 11 J. C''tt- r
E A wedding breakfast followed at
Hoe Hotel Utah Columbia roses in
I erj'sial baskets decorated n Ions Lab
t'.' The place car. Is were In rose design
Covers were laid for 16
The bride wore a tailored" suit of
!M j ilT. blui . ,our. trimmed ln moie
ikln. with hat and gloves to match,
m iwith a corsage of Ophelia roses kflss
Belllna Brno. . j bridesmaid, wore a
m Ullored model of dark blue Polrct
3 twill, with hut and gloves to match,
k. lieutenant Paul Mahoney of Fort
Logan. Colo., w as best man.
: Following a short wedding trip the
couple will be at honn- at 1353 Emcr
a I ton avenue.
L New directors of the Woman's Na
ajj lttona,l Republican federation were
3 IrieerU of honor at a luncheon given
At by the new president. Mrs. Charles
I M. Morris, at her home. 813 Ea3t First
t South Thursday. A basket of
1 Iplnk roses formed the centerpiece for
the table The j. .ice cards were hand
I Hinted In rose designs.
1 Coers '.-.ere 'nid for Mrs V. A
3 iDunyon. Mr- Justin R Davis. Mrs. D
.l fK. Stray p. Mrs T D. Lewis. Mrs. WH
rl ; lltm M McCroa, Miss Lillian Cutler,
M Mrs. Anna II King: Mrs. E. A Rogers
jl ind Mrs. W R. Duvall
I' Mies Marlon Story .find Mac Ptorv,
dug.t. ; i Fun uf Mr and Mrs.
gj William Story, Jr. entertained a num
t ter of vniir frlends at a dancing
V a1 t r ome. 476 East First
0 South s'r..t. T-iur,-la. A late SUpDOr
;r 16 SfT'. c,l
3 The ruoTiu were decorated In Christ
mis greens, holly, narcissus and ferns.
Mr :mri Mr- s rv assisted In recelv
H WM- The pue-.ts numbered 80 Mac
B Btorv. who is attending school at La'.ve
9 mrcet, III. Is :it home for the Chrl-oa-
r Guests wen entertained at a danc-
I ' p.- : . i .!!., literary club
EP koui" TiM-ir, followed by supper
.3 tt u,oes of the following hosts
arid hostesses Mr. and Mrs p t I
STSftSr Snfl M " 0r8paPrSe.
M iith -Ire'1 WUms, Mr. and
EhrmVV I,U!,,, M'- Mrs
ford m. ''y. Mrs w. i, Craw-
aJd'ltlr" MrS At,,1 Rawlins. M,.i
Oeori pLau,ro Wc,sh- Mr wd sirs
J ?wckbank, Sfe andaMdr,MrA8 ? !
Bjckbana and Mrtanc!
thStodSS a,nd hosto,,H entertained
Punch w lal rHertl at ,hplr homes ,
H ,?, fmT! h erV? M th0 clubhouse.
eluded y Kuests wero in-!
membeiSK0 Oaleby entertained
"Chrirtrnfo t.h SextoOlmo club nr
dai Rt h tr,e ani1 s,lpper Wednes-,
street 5 ?r Cn East Temp,e '
used thr decorations were I
"ed throurhout the house.
the club members are Mrs 1
Charles Dunn Moore. Mrs. There? a" I
Marramcae:, M,2 Ern t mSSIi!:
Mrs. Carl B Swanholm. Mrs Walter
Jensen, Mrs. Hasrt braham MrV
harden ?h M'3" SSSm Hub- i
Mam. tV". JSophlne AlcCartv, I
son nc' T.uron ,,lss Charlotte John-!
WD Miss Ruth Senior. Mlas j, ,
m ,', Ml. RHzai.eth Prosser anj
Miss Helen Burton.
Miss Sn' n Mr" C WV" and
q o.M n Dewey, Mrs Bllatbeth
Mv ih?"' ;,:-"1rtaln'"1 at luncheon ai
h neh U'VinJy- Brldpe followed
reJ -n , !lM'' WJS '''rate, .
n in , 01 y Tht p,acc cards were i
in holiday designs I
larr- Glanfiold. Mrs H. K Kllmren '
Martin"0" tR" Cray' M
Martin, Miss Leona Sullivan. Mr,
George y. Wasson. Mrs C. P Pear-'
zUk' M8- VV" Rhf-n- Mrs. John
S:?tifi Pca3,eo and Mrs
In a simple rerrmonv at the resl-!
donee of the bride In Sain Francisco!
the marriage of MKs Dorothea Hor- I
ton and F. B. Bothwell of this city
took place Wednesday afternoon at
4 o clock, a dinner f0;iowed for rela
tives and close friends
The couple will spend their honey-!
moon in Carmel-by-the-Sea and are
expected in Bait Ike early In the
new year to make their home
The bride Is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Robert Kendrlck of San
Francisco and is known in Salt I tko
from a lslt made here about a year
ago. Mr. Bothwell Is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Glenn R Bothwell
The marriage of Miss Norma Lar
son. daughter of Mr. and .Mrs Albert
Larson, and Michael J Nelllgan took'
place Wednesday morning at : o'clock
at the Cathedral of the Madeleine
Hie Rev. Father Louis J. Fries of
ficiated. A wedding breakfast fol- !
lowed at the home of the bride's par- '
ents, 755 Fourth avenue, and a re
ception was given last night
The bride wore a dark brown street
suit, with a silver cloth hat und blue
fox fur. She was attende d by Mrs" i
A H. llartwlg as matron of honor.
Mrs Hartwlg wore a brown duvetyn
suit, with a cold eloth hat. A ) I
Ilnrtwlg was best man. For the re
ception, the bride wore an electric'
blue gown beaded in crystal and trim
med In ostrich. She carried Ophelia
roses. Mrs Hartwlg wore black vel
vet, with a corsage of pink roses and
Assisting Mr and Mrs. Larson In!
receiv ing were Mr and Mrs. A. Hart- i
wig, Mrs M J. Nelllgan, Miss Nellie1
White and Mrs. George Drybersr. One ;
hundred and twenty-five invitations
The couple left on a late train I i
San Francisco for a wedding trip
. . .
Mr and Mrs. R F Devlnny enter-,
talned at cards, daneins: and a late
supper W ednesday at their new honv,
136fi Ninth East street, in honor of
Miss Ruby Williams and Jack Hooker.
Who will be married early ln tho new!
ear, and also for Mrs. Devinnv's
brother. J. Kenneth Pelrce of Seattle, '
Wa?h . who is here for the holidays.
Danclnp and cards Here enjoyed 'n
the ballroom In the basement and siiii
per was served upstalr9. The ballroom
was decorated In Christmas greens.
Supper was served at smp.ll tables. ;
each with a miniature Christmas tre
as a centerpiece with red candies in
crystal holders at each end.
Tho hostess was asslsteil by Mrs II !
F. Patter and Mrs Thomas C. Hart 1
The guests, besides the guenta of !
honor, inculded Mr. and Mrs otto W.
Balser Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Peterson
Mr and Mrs. T C Hand Mr. and.
Mrs Edwin C Coffin, Jr.. Mr and
Mrs E. A BJorklund. Mr and Mrs
George b. McLellaqd, Mr. and Mrs.
A E. Goodspecd, Mr and Mrs Dow
young Mr and Mrs. Robert Y !
Hatch. Mr. and Mrs. I T I'eiree. .Mi;:,
Cleon Walker and E. F Pelrce,
Mr and Mrs J. H. Waters enter-!
talned at a dance and late supper
Monday n'Sht at the N'ewbouse lioty,
The guests were received In the Presi
dent's suite Dancing m - enjoyed In
the ballroom and supper was served I
in the Louis XVI dlhtnf room.
Evergreen wreaths und Callforrii
polnsettias were used to decorate the
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SAVINGS : C0MMEROAL
The DIME You Pay I
for a Loaf of Bread
is made of silver and guaranteed by the treasury of the United States to be
full weight, unquestionable quality and purity, "and its value is 100 ner
is full weight, and, like the dime, is unquestionable in quality and purity.
We use the best material obtainable and back of every loaf is the guarantee
of the Ogden Baking Company, owning and operating the largest and most
modern baking plant in the intermountain country, and we believe the
cleanest in America.
Come and See How Your Bread Is Made
It is every mother's duty to visit the bakery where the bread she serves her
family is made. Our city and state have milk, meat and cannery inspec
tions, and should have bakery inspectors. But as long as there are not, will
not you, Mrs. Housewifse, be the inspector and visit the bakeries, then
choose for yourself which bread you want to serve to your family?,
We Are Proud of Our Bakery i
and of the reputation in the community for having one of the cleanest
bakeries in all America. And we shall always jealously guard that reputa
tion. Come now, any afternoon, and see how easy it is to make two thous
and loaves of l'Butter-Nut" bread per hour. We invite you to make this
inspection as our guest, then go to your grocer and order the bread that
you personally know is the best.
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11 1 U
EUROPE IN 1923
IN MISERY 5 YEARS AFTER ARMISTICE I
. . 4. ,
lt Ml I. TON BKO.N NEK.
VEA Service Staff Correspondent;
ONDON, 1 '-c 80 Europe five years
L .iffr the war Is aftiltcit with tl
nancl&l. economic, territorial anl
r i - i-i. I troubles Some Anifrti-ans look
ing ut the old world think those Bjrou
blea mft be cured by America's help.
i'Mht think It wiser for UtkClfl Sam
to keep bunds off.
Whatever you think about It hero
Is a tabloid picture of Iiuropo at the
beginning of 1923.
r.N(;LM By blRh taxation has
succeeded in making Its budget bal
nnce. It currency la well on the Way
i y r!lrK to par with the dollar But
Mirrc are still about 1.S00.000 ! r
sone out of work, for whose unem
ployment doles added taxes had to be
raised The number of Joblesii Is a
good Indication of how heavily her ex
port trade, has fallen off and how
hnnl her preat Industries have been
FRANCE Her devastated regions
are still largoly unrepaired She Is
still belntc tAxod to maintain a. huge
tandlng army. Having drawn com
paratively few cash payments from the
Qermans, her budget hows an im
mense deficit Her cirrency is wa
below par. Her birth rato Is still
showing a dangerous decrease
I GERMANY Bankrupt at home and
ballroom Supper was served at small
tables, each having as a centerpiece
a tiny Christmas tree holding red
AsslstliiK Mr nnd Mrs. Waters in:
reviving their guests wero Mr and ,
Mrs. C. A. Shay. The guests num
Miss Elsie Dlskert will leave Janu
ary 1 for New York to Join a party
tor a trip arodnd the world. Tho
party will sail from New York to Cuba
and then through the Panama lan.il
to Honolulu. Later they will visit Uib
Orient and Europe Miss Plckert x-j
pects to be away about a year.
abroad There Is a deficit of about)
800 billions of marks In her budget.!
She faces reparation demands from
the allies that she says thc cannot psj
The markets of a great part of the'
world are closed to her Her Importsj
erei-rd her exports and she I getting'
'deeper Into debt all tho time. The ex
istence of her republican form of gov-!
eminent is threatened both bj Bolshe
viks and Monarchists.
ITALY Faced sllh a population
the care of which taxes tho ability ofi
the farms and the factories beyondi
j their means, the country Is troubled by
the Immigration laws of the United I
'states Development la hampered by
Itho depreciation of the lira with its;
consequent difficulty to buy raw ma
terials for the factories, and by thel
huge debt In which the war involved
BELGIUM Bike France she badly
needs the reparations from Cermanx
Her currency remains depreciated. I
Tier Industry suffers from the general'
business depression in Europe. Intern-;
allv she suffers from the contest be
tween the Fronch-speaklng Walloons
and the Flemish-speaking Flemings.
which was accelerated by German pro-:
pagandlsta during tho war.
PORTUGAL Hopelos-sly in debt
.with no chance for betterment In light,
owing to the frequent revolutions'
which haxe overturned one govern
ment after another.
SPAIN Has a deflcH of o er one
billion pesetas In her budget. I'nrcst
all over tho country, owing to tho pop
ular opposition to the Spanish war In
Morocco Catalonia, of which tho
groat Industrial city of Barcelona Is
the metropolis. Is causing further un
rest by her constant demand for com
plete autonomy, If not Independence.
HOLLAND Troubled with high
taxos and unfortunate speculations in
the German mark.
SWITZEILLANH Suffering from
paralysis In her two greatest indus
tries watch and clockmaklng and ho-l
tel keeping. The high rate of thel
Swiss money has kept many travelers
Jl'GO-STAVIA Menaced by exter
nal and internal troubles Inside, the
Croats are bitter opponents of dom
ination by Belgrade. Externally, there
la the constant danger of friction with
Italy over Adriatic ports and with
Hungary over the territory given old
Serbia by the peace treaties.
POLAND Her credit Ik so bad that
her currency ranks at the bottom, with
those of Austria and Russia. She Is
compelled to bo constantly on tho qui
irive because sooner or later she fears
wars on two borders the Germans
fighting to take back Upper Silesia
and tin Russians fighting to t.ie bach
the terrltorj lost a little over a year
CZEOHO-SLOVAKIA In Itself a
healthy state, but disturbed b the
presence of 3.000.000 Germans xvho
long for union with Qermanj Has
great Industrial and agricultural poa-
bllltles, but is suffering from bust
Q m depression, owing to the fu. :t that
Its currency Is so much more valuable,
than that of possible customers.
Austria Totally ruined her money
W. R. GODFREY, Prop.
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We havo a house physician
and a house masseur
Water stands highest in min
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Hotel modern, with cafe and
State natatorium and plunge,
new and most modern, within a
Write for further Information.
LAVA HOT SPRINGS,
Thirty-five miles from Pncatello
on Oregon Short Line
woith nothing and herself a mendi
cant, waiting to receive alms fruin the
allies through the medium of the
league of nations.
HUNGARY Seething with Internal
discontents owing to the "White Ter
ror" of the monarchists having re
placed the "Bed Terror" of the Bol
ahevlka Seething also with hatred,
the proud Magxars are merely awaii
i n K their chance to fight Rumania for
the roturn of the territory west of thoi
.Transylvania mountains, and .lux1'-,
Siavla for the great wheut plains
which were once the bread basket of
the old Austro-Hungarlan empire
BULGARIA Surrounded by hostile
slates, faced by reparation demands liii
the peace treaties with which she hasj
not yet compiled mni determined evi n
by force of arms some day to recon-l
quer a path to the sea where ahe an
have her own port of which ahe was
deprived by tho allies
Rl MANIA Troubled with crippled)
finances, aggravated b- necessity of
keeping an army ready lo copi with
Hungary on one side or with Busslaj
on the other. If the latter attempts to
- taKi oai k uessaraoia.
J GREECE With finances ruined and.
territory lost In her smashing defeat
'of Asia Minor, she Is torn by revolu-j
Tl RKEY Although victorious over
the Greeks and a menace to all her
neighbor! she is mined financially.
RUSSIA Ruined financially and
.economically, rax aged by disease and'
famine, she is still a menace to all
LSTHOMA, I.ETTONIA AMI
(LITHUANIA In deadlx fear of the
j Russian bear they haxe been unable
to make their government going con-
jcorns 'o f:u as buslneas and industry;
are concei nod
FINLAND Buffering also from
jgcneral business depres . n and from
the Russian danger,
! DENMARK, SWEDEN AND NOR
WAY Crippled rather than helped in:
world businoss by the fact that their
jmoney la up In the world
Efforts of the queen and the prlne
I of Engalnd to plant Wellington trees
from the gigantic ones of California
I :ln the Royal Horticultural society)
I 'gardens in 1861 met with fail"' the
transplanted trees dying. '
. i .'1 1
Dog Loved Him
"With his dog as sole companion. , A
little clcht- car-old Johnny Miller M
for three weeks slept ln abandoned
water tanks on tho roofs of New
York tenements and lived on bits
of food offered by his school chums.
His father was killed and his step
mother deserted him after giving
him 55. Now, cared for by the
Children's Society, Johnny Is re
covering from exposure.
Snakes In captivity frequently auf- '
for from toothache, and those of th H
poisonous variety contract abscesses
which necessitate lancing