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M ,; HE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912. ' 1
H Jo . . w V
H I Royal Baking Powder exceeds
H I others in leavening power, in purity J
H I and wholesomeness, and is used I
H I generally in families, exclusively in j
H the most celebrated hotels and res- I
H taurants, by the United States Army
H and Navy, and wherever the best
H and finest food is required Teachers I
H of cooking schools and lecturers upon I .
H I culinary matters use and recom- It
H ' I mend the Royal.
H Royal is the only baking powder v 1
H made from Royal Grape Cream of
H Tartar. It is admittedly the best and
H most healthful baking powder made. I
H When you know what is best; ,
B please ask for it I
H First Presbyterian John Edward
H Carver, pastor. Morning worship at 11.
H The communion of the Lord's Supper
H will be observed Sundny school at
H 12:15. Young People's meotlng nt!
1 I fi:30. Evening worship at 7:30. The
1 ' evening series on "Evolution and Sin '
H will be continued, the theme being
H i "The Transmission of Sin." Special
B Church of the Good Shepherd (Epis-
Hl copal) Twenty-fourth and Grant av-
1 enue. William W. Fleetwood rector.
H Children's services at 10 a. m Morn-
H ing service and sermon at 11 a. in.
H Evensong at, 4:30 p. m, Music by the
fl vested choir. A. R. White loader and
Bl soloist. The Rev. Frank G. Brainerd
of the First Congregation church .will
M be the speaker at the meeting of the
M i Sunday Night club in the Parish house
M i at S o'clock. Subject "Associated
Hj Charities." Soloist, Miss Rosalie llol-
H ' berg.
H German Evangelical St. Paul's At
H Twenty-third and Jefferson aumue.
M Sunday morning service at 11 o'clock
M every Sunday. Sabbath school at
M 9-45 a. rt. Everyone welcome. P. Ph
M Tester, pastor.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ
H ' of Latter-day Saints Corner of Flf-
H ( teenth and Washington avenue. Sun-
H i day school at 10 a. m Communion at
H ll'a. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. You
H j will be welcome; let us meet you
H Swedish Lutheran Corner Twenty -
H' third street and Jefferson avenue.
H. Erik Floreen, pastor. Sunday school
H at 10 a. m. Swedish services at 11 a,
H ' Holland Christian Reformed Serv
l Ices Sunday afternoon at 3 o'olock
H Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the
Central P;rk Presbyterian church,
" -n'l Washington
Sundav evening at S o'clock at 603
Thirtieth street This will be the last
opportunity to hear Rev. A. J. Brink,
. un u eaui oi
these meetings. All Holland people
First Baptist On Grant Rev. H .D.
Zimmerman, pastor. Bible school nt
10 o'clock. 11:15, morning worship.
The ordinance of the Lord's supper
will be obsorved, with right hand of
fellowship to new members G.30,
Young People's meeting. A topic of
Interest to all. "The Christian Vir
tues. XT Zeal." Leader . Eugenia
Dunsmore 730, Illustrated stercop
tican lecture on "The Life of SL
Paul " 7.20 Thursday, mid-week
service. Monthly business meeting.
On Tuesday evonlng at 7:30, the
young people will hold their monthly
First Congregational Adam"? aven
ue and TwenU -fifth street. Frank G.
Brainerd, minister. Morning sermon
at 11 o'clock, "Socialism in America.
Evening sermon at 7t30 o'clock. The
Rev. W. W. Fleetwood, rector of tlie
Church of the goo:l Shepherd, will
preach In exchange with the pastor.
All are cordially invited to hear him
Sunday school at 42:15 Y. P. S a
E. at 6:30.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Sundaj services at 11 a. m. Subject,
"Everlasting Punishment." Sunday
school at 9;45 a. m. Wednesday even
ing testimonial meeting at S o'clock.
WILL WATCH FOR
THE FOUR GUNMEN)
New York, Nov. 2. Half a dozen I
policemen were detailed today to meet!
all trains from Chicago arriving herci
this afternoon, to search for the four
gunmon said to be coming here lo
take thq life of District Attorney
Read the Classified Ads.
QUEEN OF BEAUTY
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H . WMmm
HI W5P 3Er 'l-jBiltMwScHMHSK
H VALESKA SURATT
H In the Kiss Waltz at the Orpheum Tomorrow.
l Qne of the Biggest Musical Comedies of Season.
Johnson Says Democrat
ic Candidate Confess
ed Wall St Affection.
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 2. That while
In a boastful mood, Govornor Wilson,
npoakinjj laut night In Madison Square
gardon, mado a "confession," which
clarifiod the positions of himsolf and
the- Wall street interests in the pres
ent campaign, wac the assertion of
Govornor Johnson In a secch at Con
vention hall la8t night.
"This fight Is botweon common hu
manity on tho ono hand and tbo&o
who wish to oxploit common huraan
Ity on tho other," he declared. "Last
night tho Democratic candidate for
president vrae In a rather boastful
mood and ho mado a statoment In
Madison Square gnrdon to which 1
wish to advert for a momenL
"1 will read his remarks as report
ed In the press. He spoke as follows:
" Tho gentlemon in Wall street
don't bet five to one on their destruc
tion and they don't go to their busi
ness smiling and complacent when
thev expect a deluge next week.'
This ho said in respect to his own
attitude In the campaign and what he
believed. Ho Is absolutely correct.
Wall street docs not go to Its busi
ness smiling and complacent when it
expects a deluge
"When Mr. Wilson made that
confession he relieved us from tho
necessity of making Inferences and
drawing conclusions, because he told
just where he Btood. and, what is
more, just where Wall street stands
In this contest.
"And so, ray friends, you havo the
position of Wall street from the very
lips of Mr Wilson, in the contempla
tion of his boasted success. Wall
street is smiling and complacent."
Yesterday Governor Johnson cov
ered a schedule laid out for Colonel
Roosevelt, and it was difficult rough
territory to the most hardened cam
paigners. Early in the day a rain set
In and It rained intermittently until
midnight Despite this Inconvenience
the governor spoke in all the cities to
1 which "he had been assigned, except
Dunkirk and Batavla
AH the crowds were large and they
frequently interrupted the governor
The governor's Now York cam
paign "will close todav with several
speeches between here and New York
and a night gathering in that city.
! Youthful, Beautiful
1 Skin Easy to Have j
I 1 1
I (From The Clubwoman )
I You may be ns healthv as a bird
, in the air and still have a poor com
plexion. Changing seasons and tern- j
peratures, wiuds, dust and dirt, arc
apt to injure any skin, even though
the general health be good. When
these external influences spoil the
complexion, the natural thing Is to
remove the spoil by external means.
Ordinary mercollzed wax will do this.
'It will actuallv absorb the weather-1
beaten film-skin, a little each day
In a week or two you'll have a brand j
(new complexion, a new skin. The
exquisitely beautiful and youthful'
complexion thus acquired comes so
easily, without harm or discomfort.
I there's no reason whj an woman
should not adopt this simple treat
ment. Get an ounce of mercollzed
wax at any drug store, apnly nightly
like cold cream, washing Itoffraorn
lr.es. This will not fill In anv case.
To quickly remove wrinkles, signs
of care apl age. bathe tho face occa
sionally in a solution of powdered
saxolite,, 1 07.., dissolved in 1-2 pint
twitch hazel. The results will sur
I prise you. (Advertisement)
STATE OF FINANCE
FOR PAST WEEK
Now York, Nov. 2 The statement
of the nctual condition of clearing
house banks and trust companies for
the week shows that they hold $2,
580,050 reserve in excess of legal re
quirements. This Is a decrease of
?1,-J43,950 from last week.
Loans, $1,920,058,000; decrease $16,
273,000. Specie, ?ln,G82,000; decrease 5C
174,000. Legal tenders, $83,318,000; increase
Net deposits, $1,7-10,315,000; de
Circulation, $1,GG5,000; increase
BanksV.cash reserve in vault, $333,
G60.000. Trust companies' cash reserve in
vault, $G5,-1 10,000.
Aggregate cash reserve, $399,000,
000. "Excess lawful reserve, $5,332,150;
Trust companies' reserve with
clearing house members carrying 25
per cent cash reserve, $50,536,000.
Loans, $1,923,374,060: decrease $9,
314.900. Specie, $313,971,000; .decrease $3,
349,000. Legal tenders, $81,229,000; decroasB
Net deposits, $1,739,543,000; de
Circulation, $16.G68,000; Increase
Banks' cash reserve in vault, $330,
150,000. Trust companies' cash reserve in
Aggregate cash reserve, $39.5,176,
000. Excess lawful reserve, $2,580,000;
" Trust companies' reserve with
clearing house members carrying 25
per cent reserve, $54,964,000.
Summary of state banks and trust
companies In Greaer New York nt)t
included in the clearing house state
ment l.oans, $5SS,9DG,000; decrease $3,
Specie. $63,046,800; decrease $305,
300. I!gal tenders, $8(193,300; decrease
Toial deposits, $639,219,100; de
JJead tho Classified Ads.
TO BE THE i
Tho Rev. Frank G. Brainerd will be
the speaker at the meeting of the
Sunday Night club in the Pariah
house of the Church of the Good
Shepherd Twenty-fourth street ar.
Grant avenue, tomorrow evening. 2A
Brainerd Is an authority on his sub
ject, "Associated Charities," haing
bcon engaged in this line of work for
some time before coming to Ogden.
His address before the Maftha so
ciety and some of tho other organiza
tions of the city has awakened con
siderable interest In the plan to es
tablish a central bureau for carrying
on this kind of work in Ogden.
A cordial invitation Is extended io
all Interested In thl3 important sub
ject to attend and take part In the
discussion Miss Rosalie Ilolbcrg will
be the soloist
Washington, Nov. 2 The govern
ment's case against Joseph A. Stein
metz of Philadelphia, Indicted for
alleged conspiracy with Arthur M.
Travers, lormer acting third assistant
postmaster general, with tho embez
zlement of stamps from the postofflce i
department, was dropped today by
the United States attorney, with the
consent of tho court. Travors recent-
ly was flnod $1,500 j
OLD RELIC FOUND
BUT IS MARRED
Chicago, Nov 2. The golden amu
let of King Menes has beon recov
ered by the Haskell Oriental museum
of the University of Chicago. It was
announced today, but it is defaced so
as to make its authenticity question
ed The priceless relic. 350 years old,
which was stolen from tho museum I
last January wa& found burled undvr,
a stone near the university buildings
PAPAL OFFICIAL !
Paris. Nov. 2. The Matin says Car
dinal Resplghl, vicar general to Pope
Plus, has resigned, following mi in
quiry by the pope into the adminis
tration ot the chancellor of tho vicar
iate, Mgr. Faberi, which, it is said,
established favoritism. The cardinal,
according to the Matin, deemed him-1
1 self responsible for his subordinates j
actions and tendered his resignation.)
in . .
THREE YEARS TO
Washington, Nov. 2 Commissioner
Dennett of the general land office to
day ruled that tho recent legislation
reducing to three years tho period of
residence required on homesteads Is
o-rat!ve In Alaska as well as in the
United States propor. The decision
established an Important principle
bearing on homesteading work now
under way In that territory.
FRANCE TO HAVE
I Chicago, Nov 2. France will see
1 its first baseball league gamo soon,
i says a cable dispatch to the Chi
cago Daily News The French Base
I ball union has just been formed, with
Franz Messerly of Paris as prosldenti
I to promote the Amerlcun game with
j the ultimate idea of providing French
competitors in world series.
CHICAGO SOX TO
I PRACTICE EARLY
Chicago, Nov. 2 Charles Comiskey
of the American league 'Tni announc
ed todaj that the team will leave Chi
cago about February 20 for a seveu
woelts' training at Paso Robles, Cal.,
and return about April 10.
RADIO WAVES ARE
FELT FROM AFAR
Washington, No 2. Radio waves
flashed by the station of the Ameri
can naval baso at Guantanamo, Cuba,
came "strong' to the new naval sta
tion at Arlington, Va,, today.
Burn Was Sore and Ulcerated. All
Red and Inflamed. Suffered Ter
ribly, Could Not Sleep for Two
Weeks. Used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. Arm Healed Nicely.
539 JJncoln Park BlTd., Chicago, III.
"A year ago I Tecclved a Tory Bflvero bura
on my loft arm. I caught cold In It and
tit TTfl all aoro and uleeratL
Tbo sore win! ns largo as
silver dollar. It nas all red
and Inflamed and bad pm
running out of it. I tuf
fcred terribly from bumum
pain; could not ileop for
two weeks It burned and
Itched pa badly. I applied
Salve, Salve and
a ulve rny drucgist recommended as bit
own, but got no relief. I then commenced
udnj the- Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I
bathed tho burned part irith Cuticura Soap
on, applied tbo Cuticura Ointment on a
linen bandage. I got relief from the first
and my arm bcalcd nicely. I waa booh
able to bo at work again. Had I uced
Cuticura Soap and Ointment at first I
ould havo avoided lota of suffering."
CSfctned) Harry Junko, Mar. 9. 1012.
If you Lsn a skin clear of pimples, black
heada and other annoyl'Jg eruptions, bandi
oft and -trntt, balr Jho and c lossy, and
calp frc from clandnir and Itching, begin
to-day the regular uso of Cuticura 6oap for
the toilet, bath and shampoo, assisted by
an occasional Jlght application of Cuticura
Ointment. Sold throughout the world. Lib.
oral ample- of each mailed free, -with 32-p.
SUln Boo'. Address post-card "Cuticura,
tpt. T. Boston."
V-Tondcr-faced men should usa CuUeuet
8op6haTlns Stick, 35C 8nPl &.. ..
tle at Cambridge
Cambridge, Mass.. Nov. 2. Tons ot
thousands of spectators trailed out lo
the great grey stadium to see Prince
ton and Harvard battle today in the
most Important football match of tho
eastern gridirons. The weather was
Harvard was a slight favorite in
the betting but the odds were narrow
and there seomod to be little disposi
tion on the part of the Princeton
backers to lay wagers Tho Orange
and Black playors passed a quiet
night in Newton, about five miles ,
from the sence of hostilities, while
many of the Hnrvard first line ro- j
malned away from Cambrldgo until a !
few hours beforo the game began
Trainer Kcene FItzpatrick looked
over his Princeton charges carofully
this morning and announced lhat the i
entire team will be in fine physical
shape and confident of v!ctor.
"Poocji" Donovan, who has trained
Harvard for the last decade, had al
most as good a report regarding the
crimson players, although be said
Captain Wendell was not quite up to
the normal, owing to a sprained
As in former contests, the seating
capacity of the stadium had beon in-1
creased by tho erection of temporary
stands so that nearly 37,000 persons
were enabled to sec tho game The I
lineup was announced as follows '
Harvard Position Princeton
Felton le... . Andrews
Storer it Phillips
Pennock lg Shcnk
Par-ienter c. . . . Dluthenthal
Trumbull rg Logan
Hitchcock rt E. Trcnkmann
Collidgo ro Dunlap ,
Gardner qb J. S. Baker
H I lard wick lhb Wellei
Bricklev rhb Pendleton
Wendell fb .. DcWitt
Officials W. S. Langford, Trinity,
referee, umpire. C. S. Williams, Uni
crsltv of Pennsylvania; head lines
man. Lieutenant II. X. Xclly, Wost
GAME AT MADISON.
Madison, V.Ms., Xo. 2. Fifteen
thousand people were expected to wit
ness the football game hero today be
tween tho Wisconsin university elev.
en and that of tho University of Chi
cago. Neither team has been defeat
ed this season and both have disposed
of strong opponents. Because of 113
higher scores smoother defense and
greater numbei of experienced play
ers. Wisconsin was favorite at odds of
1 to 1. Chicago had tho heavier lino,
but Wisconsin's back field was tho
The lineup of the teams was in
doubt right up to game time. Chica
go's left .halfback and right end posi
tions were unsettled. The possibilltv
thnt Van Uiper. Wisconsin's star back
might play, despite injuries rccehed
in recent contests, mado Coach Ju
neau wary about announcing the Wis
THREE FOOTBALL CONTESTS
Denver. Colo.. Nov. 2 Three foot
ball contests, each between closel
matched teams, were scheduled for
Colorado gridirons this afternoon.
Haskell Indians were to meet Denver
university nt University park. Colo
rado Agricultural college from Fort
Collins was to play the Colorado
School of .Mine-? from Golden in Den
ver and the Colorado state university
of Colorado Springs and Colorado col
lege play at Colorado Springs.
ANN ARBOR GAME
Ann Arbor, Mich.. Nov 2. In the
players from the University of South
Dakota on Ferry field this afternoon,
the Michigan team faces an unknown
proj-oaition. and no one was willing
to predict the outcome-.
Miss Adu Morgan, Florence Strat
tou and Maud Empey entertained a
number of their friends at a Hallow
e'en party held av Miss Empey's home
on Thursday evening. Tho rooms
were decorated with tho Hallowe'en
colors and electric lights. Games were
played until 12 o'clock, when refresh
ments were served.
Those present were: Misses Iris
Bowns, Clara Bowns, Rosalie O'Con
nor, Nell Conroy, Florence Treseder.
Ada Morgan, Florence Stratton and
Maud Empey: Messrs. Joseph Deis,
Spencer Collins, Ahin Wilkinson,
Amasa Holmes, William Baggs, Edwin
Baggs, Clarence Wright, Myron Rich
ardson dnd Joseph Empey.
MISS TOY ENTERTAINS.
Miss Madeline Toy was hostess to
one of the largest companies of merry
young Hallowe'en observers enter
tained during the week. The affair
was cleverly plannod and most suc
cessfully carried out. Hallowe'en
decorations were skilfully arranged
throughout the house and the pro
gram and menu covered a unique list
of lortgendary conceits.
The guests attended en costume
and a varied and interesting picture
was presented bv the following:
Helen McCabe, beautiful lady;
Frances Gillette, Georgo Washing
ton; Dolly Louise Do Vine, baby doll:
Marion Eccles, ghost; Lillian Shoe
ban, queen of night; Nell McCabe,
Japanese princess: Dorothy McCall
little boy; Lucille Kline, Martha
Washington: Roberta Grlos, George
Washington: Gilbert Gillette, China
man; William Freiday, Chinaman;
John Lynch, sailor boy; Max Reyn
olds, Indian chief; Marie Willis, God
dess of Liberty; Helen Sheehan;
Neva Bragg, Japanese lady; Lizette
.Maginnis, Martha Washington: Ruth
McBride, fairy in blue; Gladys Arc
Donald, lady; Ernestine Freiday,
Pierrette: Marjorle Hendershot.
Piorre; Miriam Chez, lady of the pe
riod; Roberta Collins, Hallowe'en:
Gladys Kousky, Japanese lady;
Eileen McNulty, Martha Washington:
Mary Matson: Helen Conroy; Bessie
Sparks, school girl; Margaret McCar
tj, fairy;: Ruth Winter, Mother
Beware of Imitations and Cheap Substitutes , ; I
Baker's Breakfast Cocoa II
gg. IS THE STANDARD FOR QUALITY j
HI is03 or a ose 'he occupations re-
PiZt quire clear heads and steady nerves, J
MS jib as we nose n P001" health or of
H W delicate d:geslive powers, it is the ideal I
uM i V beverage. j
fM f MiW TRADE-MARK ON EVERY PACKAGE j
5.fcSl Booklet of Choice Recipes Snt Free
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. Dorchester, Mass.
Eilabluhed 1780 '
mi i ir " r - - ' - 5. p,
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fcw ,J You may not drive & J 1$
TPEFlFECTiM k;7a&or but there are 1 k
JG saoK-ixai "jx countless ways in which M
5!3ILi3S233r one of these heaters would
Made vritfa nickel mmming be a convenience and 1 ul
(ph.lntcclore--ra.led tur- ro-nfrv-f- to vm, ;n vrn-r lfj
quoiso-bhie drums). Orna- LUI-liUrt VJ you HI your m
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5eTpic"i,ymovcdfrora your own requirements, g M
At Dealer E&erywher & ff
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY fl
C7cev. Bat. B-tte, - L Citj. g M
Goose; Loui.se Zoller: Alice Osgood, !
Katherine Krause. Dorothj Hcenan
Fay Karbesticine, fairy. Ellen Egan,
I doll, Frances Pagett, fairy, Rose1
iBongasser, morning, iua McCready,
j flower girl; Helen Marr Freiday, I
sprite, Sherman Hendorshot, sprite,
Katherino Shufflebarger, Japanese;
Margaret Malone, sailor boy; Claudia
Roberts, witch; Elizabeth Hurst,
sprite; Blanche Barton. Indian maid;
Emma Rcid, Red Riding Hood, Mary
Hutchings, Diana; Lurllno Leidlg,
fairy, Viuette Parry, Japanese? Doris
iThornley. Mother Hubbard; Kalhcr- j
line Hendershot, fairy; Marjorie Mul-.
len nurse; Fernetta Crowley, tulip I
Ethel Wheelwright, ghost; Beatrice)
La Fronieve, night; Madeline Toy, J
Arabian princess: Florence Canady;
Oscar Robinson, Japanese; Mark GUI, j
witch; Francis Gill, wizard, and Clar-'
once Canady. j
Tho officers' and teachets of the
Fifth Ward Religion class surprised
Miss Gora Scager at her home on
Madison avenue Monday evening. Mu
sic and games were onjoyed until
10; "0 when a delicious luncheon was
In. behalf of the religion elass Miss
Seager was presented with a beauti
ful book of poems, for her faithful
ness in the work.
Those present were Mr. and Mi's.
D. R. Wheelwright. Mr and Mrs, Qqo
Lochhead, Mr. and Mrs. George G.
McFarlan, Mr. and Mrs, White, Mrs.
M. Stevenson, Mis. Stella Furgeson.j
Mrs. Mary Kackham; Mjsses Lucile
Moench. Florence Mnlan. May ?co
field, Doris Rackham, Lenhi Seager,
Cora Seager; IT. B Wheelwright, M,
Scofleld, Mrs. Rose Turpin,-Mrs. IL S..
Soager. Mjs. 'Geo, Seager artd Mjs:
Geo, Smjth and James Rackliam.
HOME CULTURE CLUB.
Fifteen members anil three Iriends
mot at Mrs. Hyrum Smith's Thursday
afternoon, whore a verj pleasant
meeting was enjoyed, with Xrs Smith
in charge of, the lesson Tho icdies
responded to the roll call wjth cur
rent oents on Chinu, -A paper op
"Lhashri, the '' '" Mden City," was
rerid by Mrs. ' rohnsqnr a paper
on ''Genghis KUu. by Mrs. O, A.
Parmley. Mrs. E. B. Knabp read
a magazine article on "China's Work
ers" and an interesting talk on Pe
king' was given by Mrs. W, JE. Moore.
.Msss MJabol Crase "was hostess on
Thursday' pvenlng nt a cleverly plan
ned Hallowe'en party at her home. 604
Wast Twenty-fourth qtreet. The
gvesjLs arrived at 9 o'ejock and were
met by two comber witches at the
gate, who escorted them to the hotlse,
compelling each guost to climb a' lad
der and enter tln'ough an open win
dow. The cilor. scheme, black and
orapge, was skillfully carried out. Nu-
h Skin cf Beauty Is a Joy Forover. $3
c n , i igl
DR. T. Follx Gouraud's Orlontat rl
Croom or Magical Booutlflar. J3
!)- xS? Rtaates Tm, PlmpJii, -ft
"rS, rS&v I-'rccilM, Mot5! ricJi? f J
jco frr')f Bash, and hklo Dlwi, "I J
Jho V'P?CV 7 "nrt trrt)!tmh ? &l
a oy Jy6' jt htood tiic un
Jr""a J c& H :o unnlcjj -re
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'CinarniiiI'M Orenm' lb I'Mt hirmful nf oil rfct
kin preparation." Korult by nil drucsllU lad sacy i
Ooo J Dealer In ho United ?uti, Caad aad Europ.
f ERD. T. HOPXIHS, Prep, 37 Brut Jcnu Slrni Hsw fofk 7
merous jack-o'-lanterns shed a weli'd j
light over the scene, disclosing witch- f
es and black cats peering from ncoks
and corners and even occupying places
on the dining table. 1
Many unique and some very origl- i
jiI diversions were indulged in. The ,
witches' bower and the fountain of f
youth received special mention. "
A typical Hallowe'en feast as
served at which the merriest fiour JJ
qf the evening was spent, after which , "
:i musical program In which all par- ""-
ticipated with great glee until time j
for the final good-nights and congrnt- j,
illations to tlie hostess for the hap- j
, piost evening of all the year. j
The guests were" Mesdames B. H. ('
Eaton, P. A. Newman, W. R. Ash- l
ment, A. J. Crase, C. E Crase; Miss- ; i
es Julia Raleigh, Agues Farr, Roso ' l
Is'oeller. Nellie Ashment, Ina Hiqkle, irti
jlabel Crase; .Messrs. L. Anderson, if.
Walter Crase, T. A. Newman, Clar- .-
ence W,-song, HaVold Goddard, Cor- , I ;
uelius Van der Vlies. ; f
DINNER PARTY. ' '
A prettily appointed dinner .party , 6
was given by Mrs. "W. Hi Petty yes- ;
terday in compliment to Mrs. Nessy ;;-v
Ewors of Yallcjo, Cal. ,
Covers were laid for: Mrs. Ewers.
Mrs.' H. E. Gibson, Mrs. Delia Beers, j
Mrs. Julia Petty, Mrs. Sadie Wost, , '
JUrs.'Hattle Chase. j (
FRIDAY SOCIAL ,
The social given Friday night by : :
the young people of the First Presby- -
terlan churcli wrts well attended. Re-
freshments were sorved. V
HOME INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
Mrs. J. S. Daniels will be hostess '.j
to the Homo Industry association ?. s -
ber nome, -731 Jefferson avenue r .it f
2 p m. Wednesday. 1
LADIES' LITERARY CLUB. r
Tho 1-adIe.s Literary club will modi &
with .Mrs. William Douglas Wednes- ljW
day, November fi J1
Orrins Cures Whiskey
Ind Im Habit
ORRiE is the standard remedy and is everywhere recognized as tho ir-
most successful and reliable home treatment for tho "Drink Habit." It is ), i
highly praised by thousands of women, because if has restored their !f(
loved ones to.livesof sobriety and usefulness, and the weekly wages jiv if
which at one time were spent for "Drink'' are now used to purchase tho l
necessaries and many comforts for home. Any wife qr mother who wants w
to save her husband or son from "Drink" will be glad to know that shu j k
can purchaao ORRINE at opr store, and If no benefit is obtained after a 1
trial the money will be refunded, Can ho given Bccretly. ;
ORRINE Is prepared In two fount? No 1, secret treatment, a powder, '
absolutely tasteless and odorless, given secretly in food or drink; PR- i j
RJNE No. 2. in pill form. Is for those who desire to take voluntary treat- r V
ment ' , i
Cp?t? onjy ?i.oo per bov Ask for freo booklet telling all about ORRINE. ; f
. For Sale by A. R. McINTYRE, Drugs, 2421 Washington Ave. :?
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