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I I Where Woman Reigns f Society and Clubl
4 In order to prevent impositions
and embarrassments. The Trlbuno -f
i- requests that persons leaving social
notes. and especially marrlaj-o -
4- notices or ensnBemcnta. for puDii-n-
cation, leave with them "jimcs T
V through which tho Kourco ot tno
4- name may be traced If tho matter 4
4 called ln question. ..... tT
I- Col. and Mrs. J. J. Dayncs, Jr., f
r will entertain at a dinner :it thoir v
r homo Tuesday evening.
4- Mrs. W. H. Dec and Mrs. S. II.
r Sharnian will cnlortnin .at a bridge v
4- tea Tuesday afternoon at the
4- apartment of tho latter iu the y
- Ivanhoc. f
r The Tuesday afternoon bridge v
n- tournament will nicol this week r
r with Mrs. George Rose. Miss v
J Ailccn McMillan will entertain the v
v Thursday afiornoon bridge tourua
r mcnt. this week.
4- Raymond Dayncs, Clara Smith 4
r and Alva Baer liavo issued invi-4-
tations for a dancing party, to bo -!
I- given at Whitney hall on tho r
: evening of Friday, Marcli IS. !
4. J
r St. Mark's Hospital Charity as- :
h sociation is planning to hnvo an -J
5 afternoon card partv during Easter
4 week. The exact date will be ar
r ranged at the next regular meeting
r of the association on Wednesday,
f March 23. f
s There will be a musicalo Tint re- r
J day evening. 1o be given by the
J girls of the Thcta Upsilon sorority J
4 of the University of Utah. Among v
i- those who will take part are Miss -I-4"
Sybella W. Clayton, Mrs. Emily
v Stizer, Fred Smith, Miss Irono
J Kelly, -Miss Margaret Summer- -J
-i- hays, Miss Marjorio Brooks, Miss n
5 Ca'lla Crane and Jack Summer- !
v hays;
r 'C
v The high school cadets will on- r
v fcrtain nt a dance at Iho Odeon r
p Friday evening when t lie officors !
J of 1 lie Ogdon high school drum r
r corps and llie battalion of the r
4 Agricultural rollcge will be Uic v
guests of honor. !
s '
Mrs. B. Y. Trainptou announces the
engagement of her daughter, Edna, to
Charlos W4 Price, ( he wedding to take
place in April.
Mrs. A. Lane announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Ethel May, to
George Wcslej' Lloyd of Butte. Mont.
The wedding will "take placo earl' in
A wedding of interest to Salt Lakers
was that Saturday, March 5, in Los
Angeles. Cal.. wlien Miss Helen Dodge,
daughter of F. L. Dodge of this city,
and Lieutenant Charles Lewis Samp-
son of Fort Douglas wcro married at -7
o'clock at St. Paul's cathedral. After
h wedding trip. Lieutenant and Mrs.
Sampson will return to Fort Douglas.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra 0. Best announce
the marriage of their daughter. Ethyl
Best Rydball, to William A. Dawson of
Chicago, Jll Mr. and Mrs. Dawson will
make their home in Chicago.
Homer L. IToisington and Miss Pearl
Watrous, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Watrous. were married Satur
day afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at the
Prominent Kansas City
Belle to Wed Salt Laker
' '
An engagement which will be of interest to a large number of Salt. Lakers
is that of Miss Elsie Chclton Pidgo. daughter of Mr. and Mrs'. E. W. Jlidgo
of Kansas Citv, Mo., to Dr. W. G. B. Terrill of this city. The engagement
was announced Friday at u dinner given bv Mr. and Mrs. Pidgo at their homo
in Kansas City. The wedding will take place there early in June. Miss
.Ridge lias many friends here, where she has spent sonic time visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. Pay Walker.
homo of the bride's parents, 62G South
Sixth East. Tho ceremony was per
formed bv the Row P. A. Simpkin.
pastor of Phillips Congregational
church. Rolatives and immediate
friends only wore present. Miss Alice
Simpkin was the bridesmaid and James
Adfit attended the bridegroom. After
the ceremony a wedding dinner was
served. Mr. and Mrs. IToisington will
leave Sunda3' aftornoon for Detroit,
where Mr. Tloisington will be attached
I, H There's always a best in if
M everything. In choco- W
III lates the best is ; p
i I "Bonnie Brier" S
! I A CSiocolafes 1
' - As fresh and pure as the 1$
The Bonnie , igxjj
11? chBrIirt air of Scotland."
j H Just try them once now j
j w today. You're sure to agree j
I y& that they're different and
better. i
! At all candy dtealers M
j p Pounds, Sixty Halves, Thirty Art m
. p Boxes, 70c and 35c m
j I Now is the Time to Place Your Order for Decoration Day for 1
I R. MCKENZIE 422 So. State St. I
to the Young Men's Christian associa
tion in an official capacity.
Ono of the handsomely appointed
dinners of ( lie week was that Saturday
evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Edward
E. ,lonlvins entertained nineteen of
their friends, followed by a musiculc.
The guests were seated at two tables,
each prettily decorated with a mound
of sweet peas and violets, while the
placo cards were daintily hand painted
in the samd flowers. Covers were laid
for Colonel and Mrs. A. Kcslcr, Mr.
and Mrs. P. O- Perkins. Mr. and Mrs.
G. T. Badger, Mr. ami Mrs. J. C. Cut
ler, dr.; Colonel and Mrs. A. B. Irvine,
Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Smith of Lehi,
cx-Goveruor .L C. Cutler, Miss Marian
MclCwnn, Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Tibby
and Alfred Cutlor.
Mr. and Mrs. 31. S- Dayncs entor
taincd six tables at a ffo0Cf" party at
their apartment in tho Cuinniings Satur
day evening, when tho rooms were pret
tily decorated in rod and white carna
tions. Mrs. Dayncs was assisted by
Miss May Taylor and Miss Vera Rich.
Miss Katherinc Adams, who will bo
an early summer bride, was yuesi ot" .
honor at a "500" party Saturday after
noon, given by Miss 'Birdie Langton.
Thrco tables wcro filled with players.
Tho rooms wcro effectively decorated
iu a variety of carnations.
Several delightful spring luncheons
wcro given during the "week, .when tho
spring llowors were charmingly usod.
Wednesday Miss Edna I'arnsworth en
tertained a dozen friends in honor of
Mrs. 0. C. Parsons, Jr., when jonquils
wcro prettily usod. On tho same day
a pretty violet luncheon was given by
Mrs. .f. B, Evans in honor of lior daugh
ter, Mrs. M. J. Brines, when covers
wero laid for ten.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. T. "Roy
Brown entertained thrco tables at
bridge tea at her homo iu honor of tho
thirtieth wedding anniversary of her
mother, Mrs. ,T. J. Daly. Pink carna
tions and ferns were tlio flowers usod
in tho decorations. Mrs. Brown was
assisted by Mrs. M. W. l,illard. Mrs.
E. J. Roberts, Mrs. J. C. Daly and Mrs.
Hurry Binlz. Prizes wcro won by Mrs.
V. M. Bradley and Mrs. Ezra Thomp
son. Mrs. P C. Potter entertained .a few
friends at bridge at her quarters at tho
post Tuesday, afternoon' in honor of
Mrs. ,T. S. Upham.
On Thursday from 3 to G the Dayncs
homo was tho scene of. a pretty recep
tion and musicale, when Mrs. .T. ,f.
Daynes Jr., and her sisters, Mrs. O. C,
Becbe, Mrs. W. McEwan and Mrs. A.
II. Woodruff entertained about fifty
of thoir friends in honor of the seventy-second
birthday of their mother,
Mrs. E. P. "Woodruff. Several delight
ful vocal and instrumental numbers
wero given during the afternoon.
Miss Cary Marshall, who will leavo
today for New irork and sail early in
March for Europe, was guest of honor
at a bridge party Wednesday evening,
given by Miss Marjorio Doy. Throe
tables were tilled with tho players, and
the rooms were prettily decorated iu
clusters of daffodils. Prizeb wore won
by .Miss Elinor Stewart and Althol
David Keith, Jr.. entertained about
sixty of his friends at a delightful
dancing parly at his home Friday even
iiiL'. when red and white, the colors
of the Lowell school, wore effectively
used, with large vases of American
Homilies and red' and white carna
tions. Mrs. S. J. Johnson entertained fit
her new homa on Capitol Hill Friday
afternoon, in honor of her sister, Mrs.
Andrew Jensen of Kmnictt. Ida., who
is visiting here. A dainty luncheon was
served.' when covers were laid for,
besides tho guest of honor. Mrs. Walter
Pvper. Mrs. Hvilon Owen. Mrs. Will
Owen. Mrs. Edwin Oorir.s. Mrs. H. Han
son, Mrs A. M. Biichanan, Mrs. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. John Dorius, Mrs. G.
Stevens, Mrs. Myron Craudall. Mrs.
Julia Dorius. the Misses Vera and
Etsa Johnson. K. E. Dorius and C. W.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jaschka enter
tained twelve at a prettily appointed
dinner at their apartment in the lvau
hoo. Friday -evening, in honor of A. B.
Ostby of New York. Red and green
was the color scheme carried out, with
red-shaded candles :lnd American Beau
tics. Miss Joanna Snraguo entertained
about thirty friends at a delight! til
Kensington tea at the Bidwcll homo
Thursday nfternnir. iu honor of Mrs.
('. H. Sprngue.
Mrs. Karl Spinner entertained a num
ber of friends nt her beautiful now
home at the corner of Second avoiino
and IT street last Saturday evening t
an eleganlly appointed dinner. Besides
celebrating the birthday anniversary
of the hostess, the event was Ihe oc
casion of bringing together a number
of Colorado. Wvoming and Utah friends
to meet Mrs. W. McQnarrie of Denver,
(Vilo., tho only daughter of Mrs. Spin
ner, who is visiting in Salt Lake City,
her former home, for the first time in
several months. Tho dining table and
room wore beautifully decorated with
vases of pink and while carnations, and
American Beauty roses were freely
used in tho parlor decora! ions. The
major portion of the overling was spent
in playing "500."
Miss Annie Jensen was very pleasant
ly surprised Friday evening by a num
ber of her young friends at her home,
S00 Jefferson street. The evening was
spent in games and music, after which
refreshments were served. Among thoso
present were Misses Sigrid Johnson. 121
sio Koch. Orabel Gibbv, Maggie Han
son, Hazel Mnlquist. Maria Kaas. May
Hall and Erma Mc Bride; Messrs. Ed
ward Kaas. Alva Harris, Charles An
derson, Perry Egau, Willard Jousen and
Clarence Niss.
At tho Robertson home at 726 South
Fifth East .Thursday evening a hand
kerchief and stocking shower was given
by Misses Georgiana, Jessie and Mary
Robertson and Alice Simpkin, in honor
of Miss Pcale Watrous, who was mar
ried on Saturday. The parlors and hall
were beautifully decorated in red and
white, with silver bells draping from
the corners to the chandeliers, while
the curtains -were showered with J.iuy
rod hearts. Ou ono curtain was written
the bride-elect's new initials, "P. H."
Tho bride's favorite colors, yellow and
white, were usod in docorating the din
ing room. At 10 p. m. dainty refresh
ments wore served, carrying out the
color scheme. A great many toasts
wore given, the lonstmistrcss being Miss
Margaret Coder, president of the Phil
lipps Girls' club, to which most of tho
girls belong. The guests found their
places at the table by menns of stream
ers going from the hall to each chair.
The guests were the Misses Pearlo Wat
rous, Orra and Adelaide Bardwell, Ethol
Robinson, Dcane and Helen Armstrong,
Bertha Fasscll. Margaret Coder, Ircno
Se.obic, Lily King, Stella Erickson,
Mcsdanies P. A. Simpkin, Watrous ami
George A. Robertson.
Mrs. R. J. Oswald and Mrs. William
Shill entertained at a delightful card
party Thursdaj' afternoon. "Sixt'
threc" was the game played. Prizes
wore awarded to Mrs. Dr. Brumbaugh
and Mrs. George Quillinn. A delightful
repast was served and many musical
munbers were enjoyed. Tho guests en
tertained were: Mrs. Frankc Sims
Brown, Mrs. Bessie Browning. Mrs.
Alice Goddard. Mrs. Cora Jensen, Mrs.
Ruby Spears. Mrs. Dr. Brumbaugh, Mrs.
George Quillian, Mrs. Dr. Christy. Mrs.
A. Knight, Mrs. J. W. GrotT, Mrs. W. E.
Sims, Mrs. C. Bagule, Mrs. F. Sccly,
Mrs. R. J. Oswald and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. "Hoffman and
daughter. Miss Naomi Hoffman, left yes
terday for Baltimore, Md. They expect
to be away for several weeks.
i 1 I
Mrs. A. S. Bower and son and Mrs.
T. C. Gibson will bo homo tho latter
part of this month from a stay of sev
eral "ivocks in Ocean Park -and Los
Augclos, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hoffman and
daughter, Naomi, left Saturday . for
Baltimore, Md., where they will be for
several weeks.
Mrs. A. W. McCuno has roturnod
from spending the winter in New York
with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Green.
I How to Save S2.00 on Cough Med-
jj icino by Making It at Home. 5
Cough medicines, as a rule, arc most
ly syrup. To make -the best S3tuu,
take a pint of Granulated sugar," add
'! pint warm water, and stir about 2
Got two and one-half ounces of Pinex
(50 cents' worth), put Ml, in a clean pint
bottle, and till iiD with tho Granulated
Sugar Syrup. This makes a full pint
of unoquallod cough syrup, for about 51
cents. Keeps perfectly. You couldn't
buy as much rcady-inado cough syrup
for $2.50.
This home-made remed.y is pleasant to
lake, and usually stops oven the most
obstinate cough in twenty-four hours.
It is splendid, also, for colds, whooping
cough, bronchial ailments, etc. Take a
teaspoon ful every ono, two or throe
hou rs.
Tho Sugar Syrup is an excellent seda
tive. Tho Piucx is the most valuable
concentrated compound of Norway
White Pino Extract, rich in all the
healing elements of Norwegian pine.
Be sure to use the real Pinex itself.
Your druggist, has it or can easily gel
it for 3rou.
Strained honey can bo used instead of
the syrup., and makes a ory tine honey
and pine tar cough syrup.
Prominent Salt Lake Matron
r V
...Ml .. .1 I - IHJ.II u. .L. 1
And children, Brownie, Evelyn, and Betty.
Mrs. MeCunc is at home now with her
daughter, Mrs. A. W. McCuue, Jr.
Mrs. O. B. Meyer, who left the first
of the week for San Francisco, Cal.,
after sncuding a wook here with her
sister, Mrs. W. W. Trimmer, has joined
her husband, Captain Meyer, thcro and
they will sail from San Francisco on
tho Logan for the Philippines. Captain
and Mrs. Mover expect to land early in
April and will bo stationed at Camp
Stopenburg, a four hours' rido from
.Manila. The transport Logan was to
hnvo sailed Saturday, but was held
one day on account, of tho regiment
which was to go being delayed by the
washout. Captain and Mrs. Meyer have
boon stationed at Boise barracks.
Miss Nora Glcason left Friday even
ing for southern California via Port
land for tho bedsido of her mother,
Mrs. P. L. Glcason,- who is seriously ill
at a sanitarium in Long Beach, Cal.
Her many friends here will hopo for her
speedy recover-.
Mrs. Abnor Luman has returned from
Dcnvei'j Colo., whero she was called by
tho serious illness of her son, who re
turned here with her. Her daughter,
Mrs. Cotton, who has spent some fimo
in Denver, will bo here early iu tho
Mrs. J. R. Walker will leavo tho lat
ter part of the month for New York.
Mrs. Alvah Lee is spending several
weeks with Lieutenant Lee's parents
in Wyoming.
Mrs. H. AV. Lawrcuco is spending
some' time with her daughter, Mrs.
Joseph Young, in Berkeley, Cal.
Mr. and M'r. C. B. Sprngue expect
to move tho latter part of tho month
to Midvale. Utah.
Mrs. T. B. Hunter of Monterey, Cal..
expects to spend tho early part of tho
summer hero with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred A. Hale. And Girard Hale,
who has spent several voars in Now
York, will bo hero for tho summer.
Professor and Mrs. Byron Cunimings
and son, Malcolm, and Professor Cuni
ming's sister, Miss Cunimings, will sail
from New York next Saturday, March
Mrs. George McLaughlin and son of
Rochester, N. Y., expect to bo hero
late in the spring to visit Mrs. Mc
Laughlin -'s mother, Mrs. A. M. Wnldcn.
Mrs. Charles Henrotin and son, "who
havo spent tho past few weeks hero
with Mr.. .and Mrs. Aldolph A Iff, will
loavo soon for their home in Cleveland,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. King ho-vo
roturned from an extended visit in the
cast and are again at home at 11G U
Mrs. F. W. Hanson and' daughters,
the, Misses Gertrude and Irene Hanson,
will be home the middle of this month
from spending the Avintcr in California.
Colonel aud Mrs. E. A. Wall and
family havo safely landed in Alexan
dria, Egypt, where they spent a few
days, and arc now in Cairo, where Colo
nel Wall will remain, while Mrs. Wall
and daughters will take a trip to the
Holy Land.
Alma Katz of Portland, Or., will
bo here the latter part of the week to
joiu his wife, who has spent tho past
month hero with her sister, MfS
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. LipmaM
dren, who have spent flcvuraT I
the cast, will be hero Tucsfo
,Mr. Carl Prinz of MilwauM
will be here early m Jllnc
the summer with her narontrtJM
Mrs. Charles Crane.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred StaufferlB
sailed Saturday, March 5 f
York for a six months' stny abfl
Mr. and Mrs. A, M, "WjejS
have been guests at the KntttiS
tel for the past week, wiij
at home to their frienaB at NotB
ford apartment. 'JM
Boyd Park and his dauehtSB
Park, are spending a weck'd3
Denver, Colo. j
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Frum)(iJ
at home to their friends attfl
South Temple street. -Ifl
Friends will be glad to
Miss Mildred Lane is impr B
a siege of scarlet fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glo
daughter, who have spent tH
years iu Colonia Diaz. Mex
at home to their friends a
Twenty-fourth place, Los A
They expect to have ns tjjH
the latter part of the montH
dinning 's mother and two '
Spokane, Wash., but formcjjB
Mr. and Mrs. George II.
as their guests Mrs. SraithB
and sister, Major and Mrs. g9
and Mrs. Ernest Lashmutt qtS
Miss Winnie Rhodes, daugjj
and Mrs. Ira C. Rhodes, form
citv, but now of San FrancbiH
here to spend several weeki
and Mrs. A. E. Hutchinson, fl
W. P. Noble and his 3aug
L. C. Robinson, and her cbil
soon for a month's stay in'JH
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moor
and Mrs. Emmett Moore a
who have spent the past sfl
in Seattlo, Wash., and othe
the Pacific Northwest, have":
to San Diego. Cal., where t
to make their home.
Mrs. G. T. Brico will soemfl
from a month spent in Lo
Cnl. Her sister, Mrs. Herbj
bcrlain, who accompanied he
foruia, will remain. " there mfl
iu tho summer. fm
Miss Elizaboth Trnsk leftfl
for hor home in Denver. Col
spending the past two weeks bM
of Miss Minetto Baer, in thfrm
apartment. "jm
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. SnydjJ
at home to their friends at IS
hoo apartment. iH
Joe Rodman and Frank I
Grand Army veterans, are h
of Mrs. F. E. Bailey, wherej
be glad to see their old frieni
Miss Holen Daft of Boise,
spend the remainder of the vrim
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Conl
returned to their homo in Chic
after spending several wcj
guests or Mr. O'Connor's coua
Moran, and his -wife. I;
At the last meeting of theJ
Hon of tho Utah Federation of:
clubs those prcsont declared
ppsttlve that If every one wow
to receive food that had been;
(lies and dust that thcro wo
sickness. They also usked thl
."Are you aware of the fact'
Vluno, 1009, we havo had, right
us In Salt Lake City, a clean
nance, passed by tho city cotfl
signed by the mayor, and th
time wc could have compelled p
and fruit dealers to protect thsv
Continued on Pago 3fi
. '' "Wlien the manufacturers of this popular furni- ' j l
tare placed the exclusive agency with this house, it 1 '.Jj
x - was. a deserved compliment to the reputation of Din- ' ; Jfj JH
y. woodey's as the house of quality and up-to-dateness.
' Besides appealing to the exclusive trade, wc
ways eater to the patronage of the wage earner. ill
Our Line of Medium l3 J
' ; Prce( Furniture and i
' :- House Furnishings tin 'mi
5; wm Please You , 'W ,
They arc so attractively priced that builders of ; l':
, modest homes will find it to their advantage to inspect ;. ; : :5 915
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