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M M Utfclnl o The Tribune.
m M BRIGHAM CITY, Feb. 27. AVcdncs-
Hi far John Crawford ot the Fourth ward'
& . Mi j this cirv celebrated his seven tv-.
P 'W jventh birthday. Nearly all the mcm-
Bif -4r3 of Mr. Crawford's ianiily were at
.t ll ,tm0 on that. day. and a perioral good
itm tone was uad n7 sumptuous din-
ilM. ncr fl"89 served in honor oi tho occa-
P-'p The members of the Ladies' auxiliary
AHUM havo planned a grand calico ball to
Slll'I take place at. tho Academy of Music on
a-Mw Wednesday evening, March QO. It- is
IS lie Mention of the ladies not to pcr-
nit av IaV nofc rcSCfl 'u calico try
Til' daucounf.il after 11 o'clock.
' Mips Ethel Erdmann, who, is nttend-
j-jjj school in Salt Lnko-. City, visited
"'sill wuh her parents in this city tho first
V Ml of the week.
imIH' Mips Tillie Bnrt . returned to Salt
TYm? ic Citv Tuesday morning, after a
v vK vis'r w'u relatives iu this city..
? H 'ilr. and Mrs. Thomns II. Blackburn,
5ll and family of Ogden visited .vela
m I lives in this city Sunday and Mon
H I day.
E ' Cliailf5 M. Olson of Burley, Ida., via
M ! jtcd relatives in Brigham during the
ft ' week-
p I ' Mis- Olg.i Lee of , Salt Lake City vis
'j ' Ifced relatives iu this city Sundaj and
$j ' . Monday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jeppson of 3?ex
'f burg and Albert Jeppson of Idaho -Falls
'44 I arc -visiting relatives in this city,
' I Mrs. K. L. Fishburn, Sr., left Thurs
3 dav evpning for an extended visit -with
w I relatives in Smithfield.
J C. N. Lund of Mt. Pleasant, San
ffi I pete county, was tho guest of Mr. and
g 'Mr3. Ulias Jensen of the Second ward
k of th'S city last Sunday,
aft : Messrs. George Angcrbauer and Alon
53 jo Peterson were visitors to Salt Lake
M . . Ciiv during the week.
"H ' X. P. .lenson, Jr., of Bear River City
0 ! flas calling on friends in this city last
! ' Sunday.
i Mi?s Emelia Graehl of Salt Lake City
IU is visaing relatives in this city for a
j j feiv days.
M ' Mrst fl. V. Valentine left Monday
35 i evening for an extended visit .jvith rcl
l . alires sn Logan.
h Mrs. Nova M. Isaacson of Malad,
i Ida., is visiting with her parents in this
; city this wef-k.
I'estus "Wright, who is attending
. fsnool in f-'all Lake City, visited his
. ; pnreuf.s in Brigham last Monday.
l S. N Lee was a visitor to Salt Lake
) ' City "Wednesday,
a j David F.vans has returned from Ari
I : 7onn, where he has been for the past
I t fivs weeks Mr. Evans was summoned
) home on tecount of the illness of Mrs.
s , Kvnuso
Mrs. If. C. Bodcn spent a few days I
i Irjjiting her children in Salt Lake City,
ffi , Mr. and Mrs. Walt Madson and fam
M r 'ily of G'nrland were visitors to Brig
si . .'ism during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. X. B. Marble o Dewey- i
Attorney at Mollne, III., Convinced by Oil
of Wlntergroen Compound.
int1.?!0 ,s nolhlnP that will convince a
lawyer except cvldonce.
i,orc .Is l,.om. rather atnrtllnB cvi
fShiiZ ot u s1,mTle home cure for eczema
which convinced one lawyer. J- C. En
hS.. ii nt,torn.i' at Mollne, 111. lie tells
lnf?TPl?n'. cul'0fl him l" llllrty days
lifter thirty-two yours of suffering.
.V32 vonrfl- writes Attorney Kntrl
Kcn, i was troubled with eczema, scabs
un over my face, body and hed. r could
run a hair brush over my body and the
floor would bo covcrcl with acates onoufjh
ini..f,n a. .baslt?1- I tried oven-thlnB
salvos. Internal medicine. X-hay all
without result. I
i-"Jr.sta "501h ago I wan Induced to .
lr Di D. D. Prescription. The Itch was
.relieved Instantly; eo I continued. It Is
just a month now and I am completely
cured. I havo not a particle of Itch and
the scales have dropped off.
trr,'Lnn T0nly ea' "Snln CURE DISCOV-
D' 1 nm now starting nil eczema
sufferers on the right track."
Cure after cure has been brought to nur
attention and always that Instant relief
from tho awful It eh. !
Druehl & Franken, 271 South .Main.
villo wore visiting relatives in this
city for a few. days.
Mr. Isaac Smith of Logan was greet
ing friends in this city Friday.
Miss Mabel Wn thins was visiting
relatives iu Logan for a few daj's dur
ing the week.
W. B. Jensen was a. visitor to Ogden
Mrs. J. E. Marckant and Miss Mavme j
Campbell wero visiting in Ogden Wed
nesda3 FrRnk Minson returned Tuesday
morning from an extended visit iu
Peter P. Ilendncksen of Corinno was
calling on friends in this city "Wednes
day. Miss Hilda Ilanson visited friends in
Salt Lake City last Sunday and Mon
day. .
Peter Jensen of Garland was a vis
itor to Brigham "Wednesday.
Messrs. Marcus Hamson and Parley
Bees visited, friends in Ogden Sunday
and Monday.
William Hansen of the Hansen Mer
cantile company is spending tho week
in Mulnd. Ida.
Mrs. Lorenzo "W. Bowc of Corinue is
visiting relatives in this city for a few
The Misses Daisy and Sevcna Mad
son visited in Fielding during the wcok,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richards
and family.
Xels Jen sou of the firm of Larson &
Jensen, returned Thursday evening
from Kclton. -
Mrs. Lizzie Burt of Salt Lake City
is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Lou
ise Evans of the Third ward.
C. O. Anderson and daughter Olive
of Ogden visited in this city Monday
and Tuesda3'.
Amev Hansen, a Short Line employee
of Salt Lake City, was visiting 'his
mother in this city during tho week.
; l ELBCTRQP0DE5 rtl k
m.i ' wh NcuraleU 1 Electropodcs sell at $1-00 a pair and
Sp N Hrnrtnehft I your druggist will give you ji wrltfcii con-
iTiiJ 1 ncnaucoo n tmct KlJtirann2clnK to refund the pur- ffiN
j H Bockocbe I chase prlco after SO days trial. If a cure 'O
' n Ji s'M','u:,ne,s Is not effected.
B E3ectropodes are metal Insoles, worn In the heels of tho v
' $J Ehoep. One Js a "ncgativo"and one a "nosltlvc" plate. Tho body ugM
i H becomes the battery the nerves the connecting wires feeding
mm the b'ood and tl6SUC3 of tlie body a s00th,ni; novI of electricity, wl
jL'- 1 Jf which builds up the entire system.
a2r 1 ! J Ask your druggist about "Blcctropodes" and If he cannot sup-
mJW M ply them, set him to order a pair for you from m
& , -
I you are sPcndIl,e 100 much valuaWc timo when you stick t0 old" I
jW-JT ;: f f fashioned methods.
fa'd 1 Will save hours of dirty work.
51 I reduce the daily kitchen expenses.
Ji 4 1 Will keep your wife good naturcd.
c "I I do away with smoko, dirt and ashes. g
w&l 1 Will insure you your breakfast on time I
Will do more work than a coal range.
j i ? I Will not cost any more. W
j,dlf, Phono 4321 for Ouv Ecprosentative.
m Utah Gas & Coke Co.
Special to Tho Trlhune.
LOGA N7 Feb. 27. One of the largest
and most delightful events of tho season
was tho afternoon affair given Saturdav
by Mrs. Howard R, Ppro' in houor of
ho A. C. Woman's club, the' ladies of
tho jew Jersey Academv and a largo
number of invited guest's. Tho rooms
throughout tho house wero decorated in
while and green, mailing a very pretty
offect. During tho afternoon M'iss Mar
garet Wilkinson gavo a lifo sketch of
Ldgar Allen Poc" and also read from
his' Weird Tales." Another delightful
feature was the song. "Israfcl," which
was beautifully sung by Prof. Gcorgo W.
Thatcher. Delicious refreshments were
served and dainty Japanese water-color
place cards wero laid at small tables for
sixtv guests. Mrs. Perry was assisted
by Mrs. T. W. Navlor. Miss Katherine
Smith, Mrs. R. L. Campbell. Mrs. E. W.
Robinson and Miss Elizabeth Smith. The
atternoon was a thoroughly enioyable
The A. C. Woman's club met Monday
with Miss Elizabeth Smith at the col
lego of Mrs. E. D. Balls and after lis
tening to a very interesting paper on
"Beuard Shaw," given by Miss Hunts
man, the gnosis were delightfully enter
tained at a Washincton birthday dinner
party, given by Mrs. Ball and Miss
Smith at tho college. The long table
was beautiful with tho national colors.
American beauties, flags and red and
white candles. Dainty hand-painted
place cards in tho same colors were laid
for twenty-fivo guests. It being the
seventh anniversary of tho club appro
priate addresses were made by Mrs. J.
A. Widtsoe, Mrs. Georgo W. Thatcher
and Mrs. Willard Lang ton and Miss
Another protty dinner' party of tho
week was given Tuesday by the Club
circle at the B. Y. eollego in honor of
Mrs. Ruth M. Bell. The table was beau
tifully decorated in keeping with tho
Washington idea and the place cards
were dainty pen sketches of George
Washington. A large number of guests
wero present.
Miss Virgina Batoson entertained a
number of her friends at a very pretty
party party Mondaj afternoon. Tho
party was a candy pull and tho guests
were Florence and Mary Carlisle,
Adlcnc Barber, Oreta Smith, Claire
Martincau. Addie Milton, Eva Davis,
Lconia Smith, Kato Squires, Gladys
Christensen. Mablo Spaudie, Leora
Thatcher, Margaret Nebckcr and Mamie
Miss Ruby Nobeher was hostess at a
luncheon Thursday afternoon at tho A.
C. colleee., complimentary to tho student
life staff. Tho table was prettily dec
orated with flowers and the guests wero
chaperoned by Mrs. George Torgeson.
Mrs. Willard Langton ontertaincd at
a pretty children's party at her home
Wednesday afternoon iu honor of her
son. Gibbs, eighth birthday. Games were
enjoyed and dainty refreshments were
Mrs. D. H. Thomas was hostess also
Wednesday afternoon at a largo birth
day partv'iu honor of her son, Freddie.
Refreshments were served and a very
enjoyable afternoon spent by a number
of" his 3'0uug friends.
' Miss Alice, and Mary Wells, Miss
Alico Voting and Miss Graco Graut, Salt
Lake, aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Thatcher.
Groat preparations aro boing made for
tho military ball, to bo given by the
A. C. college at the auditorium Monday
Prof. Larson was host at an informal
dinner party at tho Lincoln Thursday
evoning in honor of Mr. Rowdon and
Miss Terry.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hanson havo
returned to the city after a few days
spent in Logan.
Mrs. D. C. Budge returned home Wed
nesday from a pleasant week spent in
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Taylor spent the
early part of the week, tho guests of
Mr. aud Mrs. Daniels.
The marriage of Miss Duella Alvord
and Dr. T. B. Budgo took place Wed
nesday iu tho Logan temple aud on
Thurs'daj' afternoon they left for Los
Angeles, where they will spend several
weeks. Dr. aud Mrs. Budge will roturu
to Logan where they will be at homo to
their many friends on North Main
Mr. George Spillinan of Pocatello is
visiting with Logan relatives and
Mr. J. Ed. Hyde of Ogden spent tho
week visiting in Logan.
Wednesday was ladies' dn3" at the St.
John's House, and a large number of
ladies and students took advautage of
t he splendid opportunity to the use of
the libruo.
Miss Ida Savage of Salt Lake is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Torgeson.
Dr. .John Cundwall of Salt Lake spent
tho latter part of tho week the guest of
Mr. Horace Ncbckor.
Miss Hazel Love was hostess at a
prctlilv arranged dinner part' at. the
A. C. college Friday afternoon in honor
of Miss Minnie Peterson whose mar
riage took place Wcdncsda
The Clio circle met Wednesday with
Mrs. Harry Parker, Prof. Larson uave
an interesting paper on "''George Mere
dith." Miss Libbv Wells and Miss Louise
Spencer of Sail Lake aro the guests of
Mrs. George W. Thatcher.
Mr. .loci Ricks left Tuesday for South
America, where ho will spend several
Mrs. Helen Nebloy. with her husband".
C. W. Ncbley and daughters. Miss Nan
and Alice Ncblov, have sailed from Cali
fornia for Honolulu.
Miss Genevieve Thatcher is visiting
in Boise.
Mr. and Mrs. Lohnian returned homo
Wednesday from Kansas City.
The A. C. faculty entertained at a very
delightful student reception at tho col
lege Saturday evening.' Dancing was en
joyed and daint' refreshments were
Mrs. A. M. Fleming is in the cast,
having been suddenly called away on
account of the serious illness of Mr.
Fleming's brother.
MUs Ann Adams of Salt Lake spent
I Washington 's birthday in Logan, the
guest of (",'aptaiu and Mrs. Perry.
The Sorosis girls of tho B. Y. college
entertained at an elaborate banquet Fri
day evening at Murdoch's in honor of
Miss Feo Malhison, who leaves shortly
for Wj'oming.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Lundstroin ve
turned home tho early part of the wjck
from a visit in Boise.
Miss Lqu Thatcher spent Washing
ton 's birthday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Thatcher.
Miss Alice Felt of Park City is vis
iting with Logan, friends and relatives.
Mr. Alex CumpbcII of Salt Lako spont
the early part of the week with Logan
Mr. T. W. Xaj'lor returned homo
Monday from a pleasant trip in Boise.
Hon. and Mrs, E. W. Robinsou camo
up from tho cit3' Saturday and st.'O'od
over WashingtonVbirlhday wit li their
ton, Earl. "
Mr. Reese Howell of Salt Lake sueut
I A style review from the ready-to-wear section. Beautiful spring suits, cloth dresses, 1 H
I white dresses, coats and lingerie waists. The display we make indicates 1
1 how closely we follow the exacting demands of fashion and I
I shows how well we are prepared to meet the I
I requirements of Salt Lake's most I H
fashionable women. '
j Russian and net patterns, woven Hfipl jfflffi) &$$ (SWO&i actual COsl. Corsets worth 1
I th clouliloMjreacl; all the correct fSff $2.50, Mond ay VOU I
New Spring Suits fi Dainty, new lingerie " H
at $26.50 : tijgm onelSef "e I
A showing calculated to astonish with its m A very exclusive showing of the season's most
magnitude, and delight with its pleasing variety KL exquisite productions. Fabrics are the very 1
iand excellence of style representation. OTWVv batist' eleSant trimmiBffs of wide I
, . , , . , , , A W V HI -Swiss bands, Venice and val laces and dainty 1
Fashion s newest conceits represented here in i n f . , A . ... x , , I
, ... . ML vm 1 tucks. A splendid assortment of styles to select I
abundance. Each individual fancy will find the i i A " ,ecn ocninne ac 1
.:,,,.,. , ft 1 L fom at $7.50, $8.50, $12.95, $14.50 and $3,9,50. 1
one to suit. The display is a marvel. I ijWW I !
Fabrics are French serges, cbic novelty" " Our IieW model dresses H
weaves, checks and stripes in all the colors a fl i Mll t fs I !
la mode. Collarless coat styles with semi-fitted I at 42o.5U t j
backs and long, close-fitting sleeves. Silk, A Hoc?- I re tne dressiest affairs ever shown at even I jH
braid and button embellishments. Skirts are -Jjj I I . wenr the price. Plain and shadow striped l
new gored models, trimmed to match coals. iw I serges, effectively trimmed with silk, Persian 1 IH
Owing to the scarcity of finer fabrics, this MM 1 bau-ds and daint' lacc ykesj suiJable 1
season's wise women will select the suit now, If A W fslor The acra, uof le Pfrfe,ct0; I
as we will have difficulty in duplicating any ' lEgJ Jiu a materials or the dressmaker's bill I H
orders on better lines. ymf dres' I H
A large assortment of out- lj I Mllf Handsome new coats I I
size skirts just in $ Qf broaddoth anfl coW doflL AU
II Handsome new models in black and gray, Ikl Vv' strictly tailored along the most approved I
ihard finished worsted, 29 to 36-inch Un... la lines. Every garment perfectly cut and
waists. A very special prict -ssm " V fitted. An assortment we're proud to j
this week; your choice !p.5U " " show at $15.00, $17.00, $19.50 and $22.50. I 1
Sample line of Dainty lingerie Fine double da- I H
corset covers waists, very special mask table j H
Iammw at only i5- I
A splendid purchase" of a W . linen 1 H
traveling man's entire sample . 9 TOX Pure bleach double damask, I H
line. Includes best produc- WIJlf0mS!fr 9 three hundred yards in the lot;
tions made of very fine nam- rmmmmiS A splendid assortment of the 72-inch width; beautifnl I H
sooks. trimmings of lace, em- WJ&Mi lU M season's daintiest conceits. The PPP'' f.e carnation de- I H
broidery, ribbon drawn, etc. M Wf3 WM, variety of styles and lowness of -ne the beauty, qual- I H
Values splendid at $1.00. to price vvill prove irresistible. .
m $1-25 each. The price wc paid W Mjf f M One style in' particular we Eeeil. 0ur standard $1.50 qual- 1
B enables us to offer them to you A fP fJjCX ientl011Ta flDC batiste it to atj choice thc I ' H
I . 5ck 555 rrf$is waist, with tucked yoke and yard 8
I 1 1 ( w lfyhnA sleeves daintily embroidered; ' 1
! . I P itl collars and cuffs edped with Irish ttfc
j fc. J fl m fblLi h Ml crochet. Another model of iiuo ba- J I
8 ffl tiste. with entire front of fine Swiss I M I I
& al embroidery and tucks; stj-lo indi- B(fL I HH
J' j? vfa cated in oveo' line. ri 9
Remarkable wash goods offers Timely offerings from the silk I
make Monday shopping and dress goods section H
Intel eStmg Yma batiste, in a splendid range of the season's best colorings;
Throe cases of plain colored cliambray in blue. pink, gray and Ml 36 inches mde ; absolutely aU wool fabric. CA
tan. Monday, the yard, extra , BV? C I
sPceia " Handsome srrav mixtures, in large variety of checks and stripes;
( Three thousand yards of fine Irish batiste, in very neat, ef- verv populai. numbcr: full -14-inch width. A -fij
! fective patterns, border effects and plain styles. A splendid vep'v superioi. quaHty at7the yard $Ioi3
12Vc quality; special, the- Qif
j j'ard Satin Venetian, a beautiful fabric, coming in stone, wistoria, 'H
Seersucker stripe ginghams; two splendid lines. 12V-;c and 15c catawba, smoke and other favorite shades for this season;
qualities; to go at one special price, "fl TfcT stripes and plain color effects; full 50-inch width. This in
the yard JL two qualities, each priced very
! Dark and light percales; a 2000-yard lot; full 36 inches wide.' reasonably at., 5? $Z.iiD 1
, .A fine 12V.c number; special, the IQc Sttti ArLhuV-ll,e elennt' Ulslrous fabric so "enutifully adapted j H
yarc to the long graceful effects in the vogue; all the favorite
I White wash fabrics special for colorings: has a very heavy satin facing.
Monday and week Excellent quality at, the yard DC
White waistings in effective check and plaid effects. -J r ilRu won ee -n fl lendi(1 variel:y of popular shades; I H
Worth 15c the yard ; Monday and week, the yard . . . . A U U pure silk ponffee . regu,ar $L00 vah arondny gQ 1 H
I Mercerized white plaids, very sheer, soft fabric, beautiful and week, special, the vard DjsC
finish, and a great value at 25c thc yard. -J
Special, thc yard -0- OL Heavy, lustrous black taffeta, a very superior quality, rich I 1
White poplins, a very fine quality at 30c the yard. g finish, Full 36-inch width. Priced everywhere dj -J -J gj 1
Monday and Tuesday, two days only, the yard JL O " at $1.50 the yard ; thc week, special PL.JL3 I
thu earlv p:irt of the week in Losnn.
Miss Foo .Mathison left Thursday lor
Wyominp. where she will spend several
Mrs. L. K. Thoma3 of Park City spent
several days of tho week iu Logan.
Free Doafnoss Cure.
A .roinarkablo otter by ono of the
loadiug ear specialists in this country,
who will send two months' medicine
free to prove his ability to euro Deaf
ness, Head Noises and Catarrh. Ad
dress Dr. G. M. Branaman, 119 East
J2th Street, Kansas City, Mo.
It has no equal for brittle feet, no
equal for healing wounds, curing colic
coughs, etc.
Sold everywhere. 50c nntl 51.00 a bot
tle. One full pint, ono dollar.
I j I
The Chariton Shop i
Beg to specially notify their patrons
that they have socured tho agancy of
This lncomparablo corsot. known for
many years as tho very acmo of ptn--fectlon
among Coreetleres In Europo
nnd this country- still retains all tho3c
features which havo made It so do
shuhlo. whllo tho lato models show air
the now Jdous conforming to tho prcs
I enl fashions.
Or. Pratt's Canker and j H
Diphtheria Remedy t! H
O No homo should be without this x i
ll new and scientifically prepared X I iH
O remedy, which Is the result of X
t' long practical experience unc IH
O celled for thc troatmont of sore N I
O throat of every description. Flmt I
V dose gives relief. A small bottle ' .
cures. Both phones 157 remember N '
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