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WtZ. Mcdlcn, ajifgMju. Another of th. Youg
IfiD natter to be Included In Sun
fcjoclety must be In this office not
lUt than twelve o'clock Saturday.
MOST delightful affair of yester
1 day afternoon v;us tin; tea pivon
I by Mrs. L. J Gilmer and h;r sls
1 tor, JHes Minnie Sadler, in :oin
V pllmcnt to tholr slstur, Mrs.
US Wells of I)utt-. wpo is lic.ru vl.lt
'. The attractive Cillmcr home In Kcd
I'Htlehlji was thronged with friends
tag die hour:? of 1 tin afternoon and
iy with tlie ?ond uf pleasant oon
Htlon. Tall asos of nrlllinnt-luicrl
jMntheinima decorated the hall and
kilting room, lihli ns flooded dur
tfae early hours with sunshine and
ir llplited with ioftlv shaded lamps
(tmnid tones as the rhry.santhoniums.
Ill dlnlnc; ioon the tea table held a
kvsof .lanai'esc dahlias In the. red
iT'JIovr tones and the minor appoint. -liiwcre
In the sunn: color. Tho cucsts
K received t Hie door hy the two !il
JHe of the hostesses. Kllzahlh Don
Puw Maritui Sadler. In the re:Hv
"Hn -sv?re. besides the thrc mon
Hd, tliHr mother, Mri. Henry Sad
uti i. ilsilns otherwise, either in re
Tie& pouring tea or scrvlnsr. were
a Mary E. Gllrner. Mrs. Frank V.
Jennings, Mrs. Charles U. Kooklidsc Mrtt.
J. 1. Pearsall, Mrs. William Itcid. Mrs.
Charles Tynp, Mi?. Jack Leggat. Mrs.
John A. Marnhall. Mrs. I'crey Sadlor, Mrs.
James Sadler, Mrs. N. A. lioherlson and
Miss Daisy ltuyboulri.
Mrs. AW II. Bancroft was the hostess
yesterday at a luncheon given In honor of
Mrs. Calhoun, mother of Mrs. Robert
llarkness, whn l hero for a visit. The
decorations were all In red. scarlet scran -
.hi ma forming a low hed in Hie center of
the table and fcriia surrounding It The
siicsls hesides Mrs. Calhoun were Mrs.
Vv V. P.icc. Mrs. Iloyi Slionrian, Mr.
M. S. Woodward. .Mrs. Kllsworth Dag
gctt. Mrs. .1. T. Keith. Mrs. Mary Gil
mer, Mrs. McCaskcll, Mrs. Wllchcr Jones.
Mrs. W. M. Dradley. Mrs. J. p. Mcgcath.
Mrs. Ii. D. Pcasleis entertained the
ineinhers of I ho Plato clnh yesterday
afternoon, the usual 1 o'clock luncheon
preceding the same of bride, which
filled tin; afternoon. The guests were
seated at one lone table for the lunch
ton and this was decorated with autumn
flowers. In the came which followed
prizes were won by Mrs. T. R. Black and
Mrs. J. H. McMillan.
The men of the University club will
give th first of n series of dances next
' Is this your boy?
h Is he too weak and sickly to join his companions
!n play, and arc you helpless in spite of your utmost
efforts to make him well?
' What have you done toward building up his
blood? Pure, red blood is what he needs most, if he
is to become active and strong. It is the lack of it
Aat causes his pallor, listlessness, poor appetite
feck of ambition, sleeplessness and shortness ol
Have you given him Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for
Pale People? Thcv are the remedy every growing
W and girl needs to build up. the blood and bring
health, strength, a good color, a hearty appetite and jj
c8trong nerves. , , '
L.MrS, John Blake, R. F. D. a, Verona. N. Y . in
I flss, says- -Wc had Howard tiratcd by a i doc r r f DUl
' tBiiccarae no better. He had scarcely any blood, as
l J run down, Wo felt .hat something had to be done quick) and lorn
4 to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They sMited to . build u his blood at
HIb color became healthy, he grew stronger and m a lew weeks
it well as ever."
, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are valuable in all
Kjloodisatfault, as in chlorosis, rliet imatism, r;cff ts J
I ftegrip and fevers, headaches, and those run-down conditions
' f the health due co overwork, worry or nervousness.
L "urine your .rouble, and If Dr. W''Jft 31:?.
KOIffl 111 IS FLUFFY BEAUTIFUL
ID raOUjlN S FEW MOMENTS
Uirls! (.Jd: a 2o Cout Bottle of " Danilcriijc" ami Try This.
Alsa ytojs Falling Hair: Derftryys Daiuli-ufi'.
Your hnlr hecomes lipht, -.vavy. Huffy, j
abundant and .appears as soft, lustrou? '
and beniitlful as a younc cirr?. after a
"Dandoriiie bail oicansp.'' .lust try j
Hi'- nioi:cu doth with a little Dar.
derinc and arc::illv draw it through
vour bair. takini; one small straud at a
tnuo. This will ilcan?c the hair of
dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just
a few moments yon have , doubled the
benutv of vour hnir.
Hciides beautifyiu" tho hair at otu-c.
1-ut.a:' nlsnt, Instc.iJ ( loiiiqht s fl:jt
"i ti-iiiiea. . i lie ar..,!.- li- jjKe in-
rinai a.l v ill o, limited to ine mem-i
o?. of tlie ino and a tcv.- invite.1 Kuetr.
.nother nanec win ie given c-ir.v m j
.ViVfrnuer, . thlrn anout ThniiKSRivin: i
time .-ino a lonrtii ihnm Hit holidKys.
Mjh. PMzatxi-in lloffm.ui has corn? to
I" rt l.-Hvenworth, culled there ov the
findden death of her mother. Mr.', G. A.
.syhllio. wlilcrt occurred la?j .Sunday. Mrs.
achlllo will be remembered bv many
local friend, mado when she vlfitel her
dnufrhter. .MrF. T. JJ. Harkei. at Fort
Oouglas, a car or fo aq.
The Uidies" I.iteixi ilua will meet
ihis afternoon at tlie club house at the I
u-unl hour. The afternoon w ill bo de
vniril to a Mttidy of Krlnn I-'erher and
A.yia Kelly, ana the ?ubjtcta will be
linn.lk'ri by Mrs. W. H. Kcruson nnri
il-s. W. .M. Drew. .Mrs. I'i.-ihk .Murnhy
will has clia'Cfi of the iiiuhIc. and tea
Mill ie .crv.d fHo'vlu!; tht piv gramme.
Ai-i-u:cllnc to .ui ::ni:o.:r.'. eir..nt In Ihe
A-in.v hikI Navy Journa . Major and -Mrs.
Willie Ullno will be here shortly, to be
ptHtion.'il once inoio at Port DoiipUh,
where Major L'llno will be constriictlm;
i iia rt-r master. Captain T. R. Harhcr
w..l uo to lejoln hip veslmcnt.
Mi.". I". I.. Oswald and her daughter,
Alls" Hanoi Oswald, hr.ve roiurnud from a
(Irhghtfu atay In ?yi:the:n California.
They x !allcl the Leonard family In Los
Angeles and later pent a month or more
at the Hotel VlrpInJa. at I.onsr Beach.
They are. .at home again at the Hotel
Mrs A'lbert W. I'oienian uf Tort Doug
las entertained th" ladies uf th Auction
Rrldge chili at her homo Wednesday
aficrncjii at Ihe muial fortnightly meet
ing. Prizes were won by Mr?. Irons.
Mi?. P. G. Wrlphtson and Mr?. R. C.
Mr. and Mis. John E. Dooly are hack
from a honeymoon trip through the east
ern MateF and will shortly be settled In
their home here.
Lieutenant and Mr?. Henry M. N'elly
tI11 entertain the officers and ladles of
the Post Rrldrc club tonight at their
quarters at Fort Dougla.
Mi f. -Ralph ID. Hoapr has been "Pend
ing the past few -day in town, but re
turned last evening to her home In Og
dcn. Mrs. Seldcn I. Clawson will Icavs to
morrow for California and will spend .ome
time with Mr. and Mr.. Gwynnc Officer,
at their home In Berkeley.
The Ladle' Aid society of the "West
minster Presbyterian church, will hold
a social tonight In the church parlor?.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Rollo C. Ditto en
tertained a few friends Inst evening at
cards, with a chafing dish supper following.
Miss Maym Noble la back after a de
lightful visit, in San Francisco with Mr.
and Mr?. Robert Gould Smith and Mr.
and. Mrs. Fred Noble.
Mrs. Osborne, who ha been ietllns
her daughter. Mrs F. (2. Richmond, for
th" past few weeks, has returned to her
homo In Orecou.
Min 'f-'arah Rogers wil leave within a
oj- .o for ?an Francisco, whenco
she sails later lo spend the winter In
Mrs. F. ('. fSi'hrnmni Is hack from
summer spciu with frlenda on a ranch
near Portland, Or.
Mr. and Mrs, .lack Leggni. formerly
of Butte, have taken the resldenc at
PJast South Temple street, whro j
thov are now at home to their friends.
u H It
The Rev. Lewis G. Morris, formerly
rector of St. .Tohn's church in Los An- ;
geles. is In the citv and is ihe guesi
of Bishop F. S. Ppaldinsr.
Th" (-(ll-glat Institute Hub will met :
this evening wilh the Misses Nl'on. at :
their home. 121 South First West street (
Mr and Mrs. Aillne Ca.e and their
fanillv bav taken the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. F.. T. Cannon, in Federal Helghtn. ,
for Ihe early winter. j
Mrs. Richard Savap- entertained the I
I. A. T. ?ewing club at hrr home Tues- j
day afternoon. t 4
lr Lawren Mariger -soil entertain
a parLv of her friends today at a bridge
luncheon at her homo In tho Kensing
Mr Lrov T- Hughes will h- the hon
todav "nf a Kensington tea at her
homo, the llrst ofa. rle of ?.ffalrs.
The Daiightnrs of the Utah Pon"rs j
will hold a business meeting this after-
noon at the Bishop's building on .ortn .
Main street. . , I
Mr Charls TT. Bodel entrlalncd thej
Daughters of the Confederacy yesterdtiy
aft.'rnoon at her home on ISaat First j
South streeL j
IS MUCH IMPROVED
At a lale hour last night Ralph Waldo
Um-cton. the boy who whs seriously ln
JurrA when run down by a motorcyclw
.lrlven bv- Harold Goddard Tuesday, was
resting easliv und slmwrd miK'h hnprove-iii-tit.
Considerable hope fr HIh rc.oov
orv " now 'nt'-rUlned by the physician
:,io :u attending hhn. He la at tho
judge Mercy hospital.
A warrant, sworn out by -T. P; More
ton, father of the hid. charging l-.odd.ird
with assault with Intent to commit mur
der Is bclnc held pendlug the outcome
of the hov's Injuries. The warrant, n-lilch
wis issued vestenlay afternK)ii. Is no
In the hands" of the shorlff rwidy for ser
vice when the injiired boy h chances for
recovery are- definitely known.
Morelon's father declared In a. state
ment made Wednesdnv that Goddnrd
hud frequently driven hlrt motorcycle paPt.
the Moreton home at night without lights
at a high speed. -and had given no yarn
ing or his approach. Goddard denied
the accusation. The warrant sworn out
against Goddard is perhaps the first of
Its kind ever Issued In tho state.
New Instructor at Y. WT. C. A.
Hal-old R. Tracy, formerly of Tamaqiia.
Pa., arived at the local Y. M". C. A.
yesterday afternoon and will serve in the
capacity of assistant physical director to
Oscar B. Gingrich. Mis past experience
and training lit association work have
Vfiuippcd him adeauptelv for his new ;
Oaudoriiiu dissolves everv particle of
dandruff-, cleans" puriffes :iud invito,
rate the ealp, forever stoppiu itch
inr and falling hair.
Hut what "ill plonae you most will he
after u few weeks' rse wheti vou will
actuailv see new hair line and downy
at tirst yo but ruftlly new hair urnw
inc all over the scalp." Tf von earc for
pretty, soft hair ami lot- of it surely
trel a 23 cent hottlc of Knowlton'i
Daudcrine from any drueiat or u.
counter, and iust trv it.
ait Lake Statisfct3
j Marriage Licenses.
F K rin.tt unrt Dollr HoMr. Suit l.tv.
Hrrr Glltej- of Council Ulun?. U . an4 ClarJre
Bnrou of F.mr'ti.
Fr4nV r. V.'IIIItmt of Denrer. Colo., iad- A4ile
rltlon of SatiU Criti. Ol
C3ri: Ha4ler ot Miller, Utli. an4 J.oal't rh
rinc or Jllll Crek.
Jam RfhirUon. 45 South Sixth EiH ilre.,.
Jobn Wllk.mon. T(5 Fifth jreatif. trl.
John Wuttrmin. tot South Fourth WVt iw.tu
Johu II. Kir-If. IT Tfirr. Ilrlmoat hotel. Octo
bf S: i;ose- nir'tt.
cunn K. Won. Vt yenrj. 10IS f'l(K'ton
-.ou. O'-lnb'-i S: -inr
John IV Chimb-rUln. i ?r. ?H Bt Thiol
South. October 5: K:ro-cnlrliI.
I Real Estate Transfers.
Hber J. rtlchinli ml wlf? to I'rr4 W.
Taj lor ami Tife. rrl lot 4. hlock 12.
pIm v ri.wi
Ho.Iithii Ri-o. tMii f- Invoinifnt Co. to Lu
ther A. Wl!lug et !., Jots Z to SO. bloei
KlmholFx iibill'l.lon 3
Ch.rln BlrKlniluK ft nl. to Willi HlrWn
rlu"". pn lot 5. blort ?l. plat Ft 10
Ot.3 Kenon nil n-lf' to CitliTlrie Arm- 0
strong. prt Mock tt. pljt K fn
Klt like Pffiirltv A. Trunt Co. to J. S. '
MrConlite. part lot P. hlork 1. plat A 1.1M
FeJcrson Ril KKlat lnTitin!it Co. to
Campboll t!u lldtnc Co.. port lot 7, Moth
r.l. pM A 10
Birrllla I. llurrlDStmi lo J. F.lmfr Cos H
a.. part fertlon II. !OTnhlp l norm.
riiK 1 ea?t .30
Wlllfm nirtrt to limine RMI. pnrt lot j.
hlnrk S3, plni A 1
Ahtrjii-Jral;ln Co. 10 II. II. Wtklos, purl
lot IT. blorlc flvt-irc plat A 10
Aihlon-JeiiMnx to Jotth rt. Hall, purl lot
3. JilocI; IT. fT-crf pla! 1
Do'ld of Munition to Gr.inlt? V.fA Mill
Creek corporation. Churrh of Jesin Chilsi
of Ulfter-rtiy Silnt. prt section J5,
toxrn.ihlp 1 outh. mice 1 el 5501
Fred W. Taylor ni1 ivlfe to It. J. Richard
and ivlfe. p.irt lo'. hlnrk TT. pint A 1
Amrl'n R Tuylor to H. J. Ilh-hird. pirt lot
T. blorV 73. pint A 1
II J Rlrhrd und wire to F. Vf. Tnylor.
prt lot T. block TS. plat A 1
WASHINGTON. Oct. 10. Cap I. Jacob
M. Coffin, medical corps. Is detailed as
a member of the examining hoard at
Fort Riley. The fit si assignment of of
'Icers of the quartermaster corps are
ordered effective November 1. Col. Fred
eric!; Von Sehrader. assistant quarter
master, will report lo the commanding
general, western division; for assign
ment as quartermaster of the division.
Col. Hamilton S. Wallace, assistant quar
termaster general: Lloui. Col. Charles Ft.
Krauthoff. deputy commissary general;
Major fJeorge E. Stockle, quartermaster:
(Captain Oriin R. Wolfe, quartermaster,
will report lo the commanding general,
western division, for assignment as as
sistants 'o the chief quartermaster of
Major William R. Grove, commissary,
will nrfiimc charce of Kansas City of
fice; Major Arthur Yates, quartermaster,
will assume i-barge of the Cortland. Or.,
office; Major William P. Gatnbrill. pay
master, will assumu temporary charge of
the Denver office.
Captain Salmon lr l)iittnn. commissary,
will report to the officer In charge of 'he
Denver offh e of ibe quartermaster corps
for temporary duty.
Dr. E. H. f'oniier, dentist, successor
to (Dr. .1. W. ICwin), 218 Kearns Bids.
Was. 0-"2. Prices roa-soualdo: work
pna ran teed. ( Advert tHcmeut.')
j FALL I
I A big' shipment of Dutch 1
I Hj'acinihs, Tulips, Narcis- I
I sus, Daffodils, Crocuses, etc. I
just reached us direct from I
SPLENDID SELECTION I
REASONABLE PRICES j
I Seedsmen, Nurserymen I
1 and Florists. 1
I 274 SO. STATE STREET I1
EjljjfrAfAiP Refined use of 1
will enhance thnt youthful loveliness that
m nature trv you, ond will not uhow
unalshtly "powder efTL"
M Carmen, unllko other Dowdcrs. will not
M come oH until you remove, it. nor will it lose.
U Its fARclnAtiruT fnurraace,
l Carmen Uentlnalr "different" pnreand
1 bnnIosaltboa.utifloa and benefit the akin.
Fifth, White. Pink, and Oram
from ytvur DrugrtlU or Dtparijrxnt
Store. tToiltt Sue (0c 1
Carmen Cold Cream
hcala and oofteoa irritated nd rough C
nkin Snow-white Nan-otidy 9
harmless. tSemnd tie, g
Schramm Johnson, I
Drugs. "Th .Vever- 8
ubsUtutor.'' rive t
m HISllEWS 01
William 13. Hughes Takes Is
sue Wilh W. S. McCarthy's
The Trihuntt h;i.s received the followmK
commiinhTitlon. l:ol October 10. con
cernlnc th Improvement of Thirteenth
Kdltor The Tribune W nk apace
to correct a few tnlEsUtnmeittB con
cernlne: tho eontroveriv over the Im
provement of Thirteenth East, which
were printed In your paper vestr
(Ihv niornlnc. Kefllnp tliat thcc er
ror were tho result of a mlettpprc
linlon of the facts or of undue c
rltentoni. It ho-miis to m that Ihev
fhutihl n pe'!i) eovroia:el, not on'y
In Justlf. t0 the city "-onimiEflon but
cut of hlch reciinl for W. S. Mc
Carthy, who wrote the communica
tion. IV llv. on Ihft street which
is bcltiR tinprovcl antl likewise have
an Interest In nml jomc knuwlcdse
of the mattr. at Ipsu-.
Thin lmprox-cmcnt Ir known n
curb and putter extension No. 21. It
was petitioned for by realdcntu of
Thirteenth E.t and the petition wn
filed In the cl;y recorder's office, and
presented to the city commission Feb
ruary J. 3912. The tivet department
reported on tho petition favorably
March . 1012. It waa ordered ndver
led on the 3th of March. This ad
vertisement rati for twenty dajs.
Protests were tiled reprcHcntinp
1341. OS reel, but the extension repre
sented ID.fifl'i.iS feet. Owlnff to cer
tain representations set out In a pe
tition filed April 30. 1912. at which
time, however, no objections wcro
heard from Mr. McCarthy, the mat
ter was oidered readvertlsed on May
On .lune 5. 1912. the first publica
tion of the second advertisement ap
peared. On tho 2nd of July, 1312,
the city recorder reported completion
of the advertisement and protects
amounting to only 1S1.5 feet Hgalnit
th'i 13.111.15 feet necessary to defeat
th" extension. v
Notice lo contractors was then ad
vertised under an order made July
. 1312. On the loth of August, 1912,
the contract was Jet In P. J. Moran,
the lowest bidder on curb and fruttcr
extension No. 21. The contract was
slsncd up August 19, 1912, and work
wom commenced Immpdlatelv.
On the 10th of Scptcnibe.r. 1912, a
rominunlcatton waa received by tho
city commission from AW S. McCar
thy el a I-. an follows:
"The undersigned property owners
and residents of Thirteenth East
street desire lo thank you for the
courteous hearing given their commit
tee, and to express their appreciation
of ymir action on their petition con
cerning the alteration of the grado
liii'i on their street between Flrat
and Third South street.."
On September 23. 1912, W. S. Mc
Carthy and others, by their attorney,
C. C. Dey. entered a protest again?!
I lie grade as established and as speci
fied In the contract under which the
work was solng on. At the same time
the protestants as reed lo pay what
i over expense such a chniiKe might
Involve. The engineer was according
ly aked lo furnish this estimate,
which he did. It would require J5000
to change tlie grade. After consider
ation Mr. McCarthy reported that the
protestants were not willing to pay
Ibis amount. Tie then proposed that
the city commission Include all tho
residents, of the east bench to bo In
cluded In curb ami gutter extension
No. 21 as far south as Mount Olivet
and Fifth South, so the expense of
this unnecessary change could be di
vided up with those people not Inter
ested In It. ThlH the commission very
properly refused to do.
These are tho facts, as the records
show, and lead ono to Inquire why
Mr. McCarthy never made a protest,
nor Joined In any petition of protetit,
until after the contract hnd been let
and the work was under way.
As lesldeiits of the street In ques
tion we protest against the chanso
sought by Mr. McCarthy, and ask
tho Mtv commission to stand by Its
contract. Ah to whether or not Mr.
McCarthy was treated with scant
conrlesy, his own letter lo the com
mission giving thank.M for considera
tion will show.
"WILLIAM K. TIUGTTES.
The Indies of tho First Presbyterian
i-liurcli will hold riinimaco saJe Friday,
October 11, in church parlors.
f Adrrrtloemf nt)
MUSIC CLASS WILL BE
The following programme trill be given
In Conserva tory hall In tho Tcmpleton
building Saturday evening at S:ln, when
the Normal Piano Teachers' class of,
thlrty-eicht pupils will b presented with
certificates by the officers or the Utuh
Conservatory of Music: I
Addrws of welcome
Dean J. .1. Mr.CI-lIan. I
Piano C Minor fmpromptu Chopin I
Ml.'.s Hcky Almond-
Vocal "Sav Not Goodbvc" Mlnctll
Miss Lutle Renehttw.
Master flyman Deutfch.
Address to Normal Class
Dr. F. 13. Short.
Pla.no Etude McDowell
Miss Mao Ilawlcy.
Vocal Solo Select til
Mis Mabellc Clarke.
Monologue "The Sweet Gin Gradualo"
Mlsa Knld May.
Piano Polonaise MhcDowell
Mailer Samuel Williams.
Presenting of Certificates
President Wlllard K. "Welho.
A reception will be given in honor of
those receiving certificate.-? Immediately
after the eercle.. In the rooms or the
I" tali Conservntorv of Music.
TO BEAUTIFY CITY j
The department of Industrial education
at the University of Utah reports Unit
rapid progrex In belmr innde In the mat
ter of beautifying tho lly through th"
ultlHiloii of vacant lots. The diffl
oiltjcs which were at first In the wnv
! have ben overcomu and a permanent I
orjnmlr.ntlon Is lieing completed. Citizens i
and clubs str. m-operatlng beyond what .'
i wuk at first rtxprrtl.
Tie only difficulty at present Is local-
' Inc the owner of property but this will
toon be overcome, and the necessary "work
In removing rubbish and tha beginning of
fall plowing will bo finished beforn the
ground freeze. School men In vario
parts of tho state have become Interested
and it Is expected that similar work
will bo done In other cities.
Kay Is Discharged.
Judge V. ( Loofb'oumw, In tho crimi
nal division of the Third district court
vehtordav. granted the motion of attor
neys defending Edward Ray, charged
with a statutory ctfense, to Instruct the
Jury to return . verdict of not guilty
on tho ground of former Jeopardy. Ray
was then discharged.
C A 3 T QR S A I
in the basement of St. arX'F catbc '
'iiu , hcK'tiriii Fat-trdsis, 10 o'eluck-
Ianci at about" A TIIIKD ( S I
Striking! v fashioned of Mescaline :ind 1'oplui iik.s hcaiititul qual H
ity in black, navy. Copenhagen, brown aii'l yrav u ilcci'lcu feature H
buiiitr the smart Lrtmnuui; (lcius uf buttoiM. fatit's and braids in H
contrastittir "lintlc inanv with Ince frill collar.-, and mff. thcv'ro
poaitivr -l7.."iH vnliic ever tiro-.-. Ietno-al Sale Prec $11.93. H
tome, cc for yourself n loo:, will pro ;ill 'oinimt'i'; JH
.Second Doer Take the Elevator. BE
The Gold Dust Twins' I
IF you have ever fumed and fussed, because of dirt and grime and
rust, and said unto yourself, "Oh, dear! This household work will
kill, I fear" then it is time that j'ou should find" some other
method far more kind.
Of all the woes a housewife bears, one always fills her day with
... ..i cares: The kitchen after-mcal-limc muss,
The Easiest Way quite enough to make one fuss. What,
with the pots and pails and pans, tbe
' knives and forks and plates and cans, no
task of man, however grim, the half as mean is handed him.
Two little willing workers aim to enter in this household game:
their Job,, tho lessening of work, a task that neither of them shirk
With active little hands and brains they grab the irksome household
reins, till soon each kettle, pot or dish, is just as bright as you could
wish. And not until the chores
v. y'JL. arc done, from sink to stiver, sun
f 'Fn o.iLX sun' cou' anything inspire the
jpX two, to drop the tasks they havo
, ysTjmrls-rrM Therefore, if you have nevor
a' im lgweCTi known, assistance such is we
TilSlg . wPl avc shown, your troubles end,
jfX$sj? .'n.1' fH where joy begins. Mow, Mrs.
'"1 K- mdj Drudge, the Gojd Dust Twins!
Henceforth, as dishes congregate,
and dingy pots that cannot wait; when cutlery, in sad array,
awaits you at the close of day "Cheer Up!" Forget the labor
planned: You have two aids at your command.
tfli 11 has been estimated thai within Ihe next ion year. II
Irl ovcr seven f'Khths of tlie sugar eon.sunieil in thi; jrin
country will be BEET Sugar. Today, BEET Supar S
llll is used exclusively by ovit.v three out oi five in mi- iljf
Hi lies : n supreme testimonial to its high qualities. TIip ll
l demand is jrrowing every dui . ;
I umnuiAHO : I
I JPCTBA FII& BEET SUtzAIL I
The best BEET Sugar. A qualily built up by years
jj of exhaustive effort. It ansnvprs every lest for pu-- )
ity and cleanliness. IMade. in factories vlneh use I: ,
(I every modern appliance to safeguard its superior I
M qualities during' tho rel'iuiiiir and crystnlizing pro- 5J, :
W cesses. The wonderful wholesomeness of UTAH-
j IDAHO EXTRA FIXE BEET SUGAR, beams forth. it
Jj in eaA sparkling, snuw-wliitc crystal. The sugar to M
III huy from your grocer. 11
M UTAH-IDAHO SUGAR COMPANY
FACTORIES Lehi, Garland and Stover county, Utai; Idaho M
Ma FallB, Sufiar City, Blaclcfoot and Nainpa, Itlaao. H (