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1i) Mlsc Tot. McLean of Miles City, Mont., an attractive younj girl who io a
i'sucst of licr uncle, A. G. Mackenzie
v l!3 I
iiiVTI music cccUon of the Ladles'
1 Literary club will hold Uio usual
vVtjS'I meeting today at tho club hauKe.
aaaK'L Th uectlon -will conlinuo 1ho
B; study of Mendolssohn and Prof.
Bdsar Bayliio will glvo Uio second 1n a
II topics of talks on music beforo the soc
JkPa' K"- Ffcd Hornung. Mrs. Corliss,
flBn. A. S. "Bowers, lira. Barrotlo and
MIBl Jack Taylor nro in clw.rgc of the
li'Bjfcnjcon, and among thoso who -will
"H part In Hie programme aro Uio
gBKerpo rodoty, under Mrs. Wet sell.
xBm Gllkerson. Mxa. Taylor, Mrs. C. C.
,flcr, Miss Edna Dwyor, Mrs. Stono,
IlirMr. (Hornung, atlas Kondall Fruncko. '
CTIfl'ord, nnd an orchestra under
IIIIB leadership of Mrs. .jnJer.soii. Inolud
llBr Mies Tin Clifton, M1s$ Francos
fflIBhn' Mlsc n Plnnock and Miss Gladys
MBlckene.
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Wpxt' E. O. Leo was' tlio hostess yes
iFnay at a beautifully appointed luuch-
- Bn tor sixteen of her friends o.t her
ll tu Mlllor lUts. The guests
1 B?ie 803ed Qt ono largo and two small
( IB''' ai,d rooms wcro bright -with
VIB beautiful yellow Hilllngton roco3, and
- pwtl with yellow candles. Following
aaWMUncheon, Mrs. Morris L. Richie- gave
'fPful, though quito Informal, talk
harrocont stay in Europe, which was
i greatly onjoyed by tlic frionds proa
ent. Tho mombors of tho entertalnmont
commltteo of the Ladies' Literary club
bavo boon obliged to oliange their pln.ns
for tho club breakfast, nnd IiiHtcad of
waiting till the completion of tho now
club house- they -will give Lli-o usual af
fair on February 1-1 In the Hotel Utah.
Tho plans for thn affair arc only Juf)t
started, but It will doubtler.s bo up to
tho usual standard sot by tho club. Tho
commltteo In charge 13 headed by Mrs.
Frank L. Parker.
TuvllnUons hnvo bcon i&sued for the
bi patriotic celebration of the Daugh
ters of tho American Revolution, who
will entertain -with a luncheon at the
Hotel Utah on Saturday, February 23.
The afEaiv is in tho hands of a special
bannuot commltteo, Qieaded by Mrr. Bon
ner X. Smith, tho other momobn? be
ing Mra. L. B. McCondck, Mra. Olaronce
ID. Allen and Mrs. T. B. Beatty. Mre.
Robert "Welles Fisher -will be the toast
mlsrresa. t
.Tud-o Robert B. Tripp, -rrlio liaa spent
tho past few daya hero, leaves today
for hifl home In Yankton, S. D. Ho ia
ieturnl7ijr from a visit to his daughters,
both of -whom aro spending tho -winter
on tho coast, ono in Orcmon and tlio
other in Clavemont, CaL He lias epont
Oct the Kdddies bare
Dontboii Cocoa to llicir
hearts coo lent.
Il is the footl drink tluit
buiJds strong, licaltb' bodies.
If '! t lie xjil'cgii.'ird ug-iinsl
future strong- drink habits
which wreck I he systems.
Every mother should give
tlioughl to this subject and
ugo in hpr household
MCDONALD'S
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a few days heiv. with hi.T brother. Ir.
E A. Tripp, and hlf Mslere. Mra. S. F.
Fenton uml- Mra Orson Howard.
Ihe musical tea .-it tho Hotel Utah, to
be given next Haturday afternoon, prom
ises to be quite an event In a social ay
'o'l on an artistic -way. JUosides a One
murii-jl programme which hna been
planned, tho ladies iu charge have ar
ranged with Mr. . Kelly uf tho Colonial
theater tu jrivo a reading.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Carpenter, Jr.,
I?ft yoftorday for their homy in Port
land. Or., after a Hhort visit with Mr.
and Mrn 1Z. L. Carpenter at the Hotel
Utah bore. Mr. and Slrif. Carpenter will
leav, here nr:;t week and will visdl them
In their now homo before going to south
ern Cnld'ornia for the remainder of the
wiiit vr.
Thr Glrla llcndly society tv 111 rnjoy
tho j.a.n big dancing oven! I III otter
Easter thio evoning at Whitney hall. Tho
affair in one for which I he young girls
have b?n making prrpar.il ionu for soino
time and a largo number of their frlcnda
aro planning to attend.
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Misa Edna Jcnnlngu will entertain with
a tea this afternoon from to G o'clock
at her homo to meet a former "Wellesley
clansmato, MIob Dorothy Henderson, who
in a guosl. at the .Jennings homo for a
few weeks.
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Jlre. Harold Fabian will be tho houtcsa
at a luncheon today at her home in com
pliment to Mif3 Calvin of San Fran
cisco and Mine Helen Russell of Michigan,
both of whom are. visitors In the city.
The momherfl of tho Altar guild of St
"Alary'n cathedral will give a card party
Friday night in cathodral hall. The mem
bers or both parishes and their friends
aro planning to attond tho affair, which
promises to bo ono of tho auccosoful so
cial ovents of tho week.
TiTrs. Fjtnma T? Bannister and her sl.s
ler, Mrtr. "Voodmansoe, who has been
spending tho past few weeks hero, loft
yesterday for Redding, Cal.. to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Spragno there
a 'i
Miss Johnson of Wilmington, TJel., wlio
haa been tho gnost of Captain and Mrs.
A. "W- Foreman at Fort Dougla3. has re
turned to hor home.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Calin arc bore
from San Francisco and will epond a
fow days. Tltey aro guest at the Dunn
home.
Tlie junior class of tho I. :D. S. col
lege will glvo their annual danco on
Friday evening- at tho Odcon,
it
The bridge tournamerjt, which met yes-
1 New Vjorp orations
Amendment to articles of lncomoratlon
of tho State Bank of Garileld, increasing
capital stock to 550,000. with uharcs at
$10 each.
Helper Real Estate & investment com
pany. Helper: capital Htock ."50.000:
?haros $1 each: J. Barboglio, nrc-ident;
Bhekroy Sheya. first vice president: D.
Bcrgcrn, second -vice president: William
S. Avery, secretary: .Joseph Blmnbcr.
treasurer; F, Jt. Slopansky, general man
as or. I
Virsin Canal coniDauy, Virgin. Wash-!
Inlon county: canltal stock 532.M0;
shares 5"0 each: Henri" Corncliuf. presi
dent: Henri' Gubler. vice pr"sldrnt: Syl
vester Earl, secretary; Avis Workman,
' treasurer.
Copy of artlcloR of lncomoratlon of
the Minonil Products company oi Xi-w
York; Charles II. MacDowell, preident:
Thomas J. Kcosb. i;c:rptar' 1
.Juab Count v Woolgrowcm ronpanv.
Xcphl; canltal stock ?5000: rhareM 5
o-t-cb; William Ormc. president: J. S.
OKtlrr. vlco president: G. M. Whltmorc,
atH-rclary: Jesse Ra-, trraaurrr.
S'prlntrville Opra 1Ioiih romnnny.
I SpHngvillc: capital stock 520.000; shares
ft each; A. C. Bird, president: Dr V
Dunn, vice president; J. L. Whiting, sec
retary and treasurer.
Koi'ne-Irobind Park conipHny, Salt
Ttle capital stock WB.noO: xhurcs M
(cri,;h; G. IT. Kecnc. presiilcnt: J T Ire
land, vice prcildrnt; A. L. Park, nn ro
tary and ircanurer.
tcrdav afternoon with Mrs. Robert J.
Glendlnnins.', will hold llr. next melt
ing with Mrs. Ashby D. Cleveland.
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The Qulngcnla club wao entertained
yesterday by M'rs. George Lambourae,
tho hostess and Mies Ryso Riybould win
ning tho prizes. j
Mr. and Mr. John S. Hirst ha.ve Issued
imitatlonu for the marriage of their
daughter VJra to James W. Fltehes, the
ovent to take placo on February at tho
Hirst homo on First South.
A number of the frlcndr. of Miss Vesta
Edwards surprised her laet evening at
her home, enjoying games and music to
gether for a fow hour:! with a supper
following. Alios Eleanor Clawson ana
Mis? Edith Smith assisting in entertain
ing. C H
Frederick lSlllolt Hart will entertain
about twouty of his young friends today
at a. birthday parly nt his home, 715
Sixth avenue.
The rcgtilaf monthly meelJnc of the
JIoEpltal Aid society will be held today
at 10:30 nt tho Young Women's QirlcUan
Association vooin.
r. ft n
Tho Clcofan will hold, its regular moot-'
ing toda- with Miso Florcnco Home at
hor, home. S30 Ninth Eust itreet.
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Tho Utah Woman's Prc club will
moot tonight in the Bishop."? building and
will listen to a lecture bv MIfh Alice
'Reynolds, on "Honry Vlll and Catherine
of Arragon."
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Tho relic room of tho Daughloro of
tho Utah Pioneero on tho slrcth floor of
the Vermont building will bo open to
visitors all thl3 afternoon, and the mem
bers of .tho society wllj be on hand to
welcomo them.
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M'ra J. H. Bcit'UBs loft yesterday after
noon for L.05 Angeles to join hor son
.Milton who is spending sonio Umo there.
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M'ra. Jj. B. (Fuller entortalncd the young
Kiiis of tho SewJnj; club yesterday at
her home.
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Mrs. JS. O. Modclon'ouT- will entertain
tho Crystal club at a. luncheon today
with Auction bridge following.
it a
Mra. Math or, who 1 a gne.'jt at tho
J. J. Brougholl homo on 3i'lrst avoniio,
will receive her former Grand RapldH
frionds thin evening.
C 4 JP
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Mi'3. Albort J. Vorj and children "will
leave for Southern California the la.ttor
part of this week for a six weolcs' visit.
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Tho Misses Edna and Jennio Turner
entertained yesterday at a beautifully ap
pointed parcel rshowor at thulr homo,
glvon in compliment to Miss Lcona
Itloward, young bride of the coming
week. Tho hostesses wero assisted in
receiving their guests by their mother,
Mxa. F. D. Tumor. Tho home was beau
tifully decorated in pink and white
carnations. Tho guests wero the Misses
May Robinson. Jono Vlck, 7Ycda Hatha
way, Juno Cromo, Maybcllc Cleverly.
Juno France, Algio Hatch. Amelia Salter,
Zelda Bills. Benilco Steel. Ada Steele.
Viola Walker, Pctro Christiansen, and
J North and South pl
Post Tavern Special
5 q A tasty blend of Northern Wheat and Corn SPEw
Jjj "2 Old-Fashioned Porridge that every WjfjfjB
Tmorrow's Breakfast
lriif peco'rated porcelain china I
I IN THE HOUSEKEEPERS' SALE 1 I
m Quantity Buying in Carload Lots Brings Prices Down Lower Than I tH
II They Have Ever Ben Before in Salt Lake City Notice the Values 9
j $8.00-"0Pieee DIHKER SET at j $7.Q SOiese MMIH SET at I
m Of -fins cemi-poroolain in a dainty rocts gfkfk ! n.n9 oend-porcolaln in a new gold jfc sg jffeA Ifi
Hi and. gold decoration. Nevor beXcro sold Sr'll HI if i1 stsncllKl pattern with a mottled gold gt H
W tor lesB ttia.il VS. Set complete in this B p-0, S,t omplfti In thl3 special fMjgLj Q '-M
I S11J5-S0Piece Dinner Set at i j; 15.50-1 00-Piece Dinner Set, jjg ,1
I In eamo dacora-tlon as aJbovft. S BmSP i In same doctxratlon as aboTo 2or 59 5?. pB0ff H
$6J 50FieeriiiiiiiriET at ; $9.08 0Piece MMH SET al I I
floral decoration: a splendid ralu. jSLfllL KTJi ' uient. Sot complsto in thh ralo, cpscinl JraVa Sabmm HI 'iH
Snt complcto in this cale, TTbI , tj V H
12B50 SO Piece Dinner Set at QO SI 8,00-1 00-Pieco Dinner Set, jg I
" BoflQB mds lOt J1 Tn earn decoration as above. j JLS -
In oa.me dfiooratlou as abeva. mgy Sate on Fourth Floor H
Mri'. a O. Ohrbsmaru Jfter a luncheon
the party of young foIKa had t dollshtful
timo sleigh ridlnr. a
MlEfi Abblo Mahoncy and Miss Mario
Kcllor havo gono to New Toxic to b
away a fow weeks.
SPRING MILLINERY FOR
COAST TOURISTS.
Mrs. Olara Slophenson has provided
an advauco flisplay o tho new spring
niLUinory stylos esrpeclalLy for women ,
who intend to parlictpato in tho npnns
excursions to tho coast. The exhibit
contains only a limited number of hats,
bcinc a Holection of tho nowest styles.
Tho display is at Mrs. Slophenson s
millinery parlors, 212 Mam street, tip-stairs.
Fifty cents includes prico of admis
sion for both cards and inusioalo at
Utalt Hotol lobruarr 1 for benefit
music softtiou TddosLitorajyclub.
WEATHER FORECAsfT
Weather forocast for Salt Lake City and
state of Utah Fair Wednesday and
Thursday.
Comparative woathflr data at Salt Lalto
City January 23,
Highont tamporaturo today waa 30 de
j,tccs; higlicst in IhlG month stneo
was 60 degrocs; lowoat laat night was H
dcgrocH; lowest tills month alnco 1S74
was 20 degrees bolow sero; mean tem
perature for today wa 30 degrecn: nor
mal wars SO degrees; accumulated defi'
ciency alnco the firot of tho month iQ 03
degrocs. A ,
Relative humidity at 6 a- m. today wan
7fi per cont: relativo humidity at G n. tn.
today was Sfl per cent.
Total precipitation for tho twenty-four
hours ending at 6 p. m. was none: total
for this month to date is .7 of an inch;
accumulated deficiency lor this raontn to
dato is .So ot an Inch.
WEATHER OBSERVATIONS.
Temporaturcj
a F Pi
of 2.5
Stations. &p
2 : -Peg
i ; f 3
sait L.UvE'ciTr....i r7 Ho 21 .ofi
Boiso 22 2S 16 .00
Cheyenne 42 50 2i .00
Chicago 26 26 21 .16
Denver 5 08 26 .00
Dcs Moines t .00
Dodgo City 44 SB 26 .00
Duluth 12 J2 4 .00
Durango 6 46 12 .00
Grand Junction 2S 8 4 .00
Havre 40 0 2K .00
Holona 44 50 82 .00
Huron 42 44 14 .01
Jacksonville 52 3S 4S .00
Kansas City 4 36 36 .01
Lander 42 5S 22 .00
jos Angeles f.G 76 50 .00
Moorhcad 22 22 12 .06
Now Orleans 51 60 42 .00
New York SO 36 26 .00
North Platte 42 54 24 .00
Oklahoma 46 52 u4 .00
Phoenix 68 70 40 .00
Focatollo 32 36 10 .00
Portland. Or. 3S 40 32 .00
Rapid City 46 56 26 .00
Ro.scbnrg- 4S 4S 36 .00
San Dlo.go 58 6S 50 .00
St. Louis 2S 3S 38 .02
St. Paul 20 22 00
San Francisco M GO S .00
Seattle 38 38 34 ,00
Sheridan , 36 501 26 .00
Snolcano 26 26 17 .00
Tonopah ... ..N S 34 .00
"Washington ... 34. 40 28 .00
TVIlHston 3S 40 20 .00
Wlnnumucca 401 46 IS .00
indicates below zero.
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A Committee on Horticulture.
Tlio appointment of a regulnr standing
dub committee on horticulture will be
recommended to th Commercial club
board of governors as a result of a meet
ing of th committee- on manufactories
and new industries at the club yifsterdoy
afternoon. It is argued that the horti
cultural industry In this state nnd vital
innttors that relate to It should receive
tho attention of the club, but that there
Is no standing commlrtfe nt present that
would ha o jiirisd'ction
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Salt Lake Statistic? K
Births.
Honry Coolev Txiyd, 550 Sornerby, girl.
Joseph V. Sbcpnard, 167 Nortli Third
West, boy.
Hrnost jr.. Clark, 553 Sixth South, boy.
Harry Clyde Crouch, 2630 South Ninth
East girl.
F. L,. Simpson. 257 "Weat lfbttth South,
girl.
Deaths.
January 24 Iivenla TVhitaker. 6 "Whit
alter court, 54 years; myocarditis.
January 23 Julia Lango, 111 "Wctft
Fourth South, 78 years; cauicer of llvor.
Januarj' 24 John S. Cox, 13C0 Union
avonue, 87 years; cirrhosis of liver.
January 25 Andrew S. Rowloy, 63 "West
Taylor avenue, i months; cholera Infa
tum. January 35 "William Watson. S33 "D
street, 53 years; primary pernicious ane
mia. :
Marriage Licenses.
Joacph B. Searlo and Mary Alice Mof
fett Amotlcan Fork.
W. 13. Darton, Lehl, and Bcssi Boloj.
Amorloan Fork.
Isaac i'ox, Jr., and Amlo Rachael Car
eon, IiChL
Charles S. L,lnk, Denver, and Fiancee
A. Larson, Crookston, Minn.
Harry L. Lundborg nnd Emma Peal
Worlton, Salt Laltc .
Edgar Wright and Margaret e Miller.
Murray. ,
Martin Sehlllo, Denver, and Ellen Shin
lev. Ogdon.
Harry S. Cqlo and Hcsaie E. Spafford,
Salt Lake,
Emor 6. Arbuclcle, Bountiful, and Leo
na Howard, Woods Cross.
Mas I-L Simmons and Mario Sncclln
gcr. Salt Lake,
Earl L. Love and Pearl E. Whltaker,
Salt Lako.
Eoal Estate Transfers. -
Elizabeth A. Amundsen to Ole Bills,
lot 25, block 1, Amundsen subdivi
sion - $ 150
James Sorronsen to Annie S'orrensen.
part of section 24, township 2
Bouth, range 1 west 5
Man' J. Showell to W. H. Showell,
part lot 7, block 37, plat A 220
John 8. Phlpps ot al. to Fred A. Dar-
Thermometers I
"SYe aro lieadquaiters for 'H
tho world's standard
"TYCOS" tliermonictora, "M
including the new .
Weather Cottages. Sco 'H
our window. -H
COLUMBIAN I
OPTICAL CO.
337 Main St.
enson, lot 29, block 4, Gordon plat lo IriH
William R. Alexander to Jam-s H Lil
Maye, lots 43. 41 and 45, block ?, FH
Arlington HelghtB 10 i'.BH
Box Ii3dcr Realty company to N. J. Kll
NIelson. part of lot 2, block 115, f.jl
plat A 3000
AH ego Woman Stolo Tilonoy. ':H
In a complaint Isaucd by the county at- "
torney yestordsy Violet Nelson is charged
with grand larceny. It is alleged thxit ahe
stolo U40 from A. T. Scnrs the night of k
January 25. 'il
In another complaint Issued yesterday,
N. F. Matson Is accused of obtaining
money under false protensea by is-sumg -
a check for $10 and inducing II. Kclton
to cash it by representing falsely thaf
there v.ao money in the bank to redeem
tho check. r;H
Forgery is tho charge against C. 1..
Hutchlnes in still another comjilaint is-
sued yesterday. He Is said to have forged j,
the name of Elisabeth Soslnlskl to a ':H
check for 461.50, For tho aame offen- "'1
Hutchlns is charged with uttering n t'M
forged instrument. ''1
fsjSflf Jfr St. Levis. Ifo., Only 20, 1013-"W
BpcTrrnB noticed email lunrpa breaking oat on. my tl
JyVQr ln olaest boy's Ig. Thsy started to spread.
-Tgjr"" H n ten aorc9 brolic oat til orer his fac.
-i, HLy The Kofferings were terrible. One oi the "'1
w2l!) BH remedies we used was , which is
T'r7 aev advertised for eczema, but this
j yJ&ZSlS&tE. irritated the sores so badly that the child ifl
V ' jr fcjl32iQ jT couldn't stand the pain. Pinallr our li'l
4foj&&!e jd m Thyiician mommended Resbol Oinlmjnt.
iV SSsfc, which immediacy cooled and jr?.ve th
w crlxlld relief. So I rot a cake of Reninol 1H
"--iF Sonp and used It for his bath, and in x. 'j
week's time Lie akin was clear and all of
Jf the sores wern hsaled." (Signed) rl
JV Mrs. T. W. Tamer, 1038a S. 8th St.
, Resinol a safe
skin treatment I
T70U need never hesitate to use Rerinol Spinal Sen and Olnt- jH
Y Soap and Resinol Oirrrment. There w an' at,p ilfaui j LH
t.- u 1.-1 a. jj . sUntlr. nd 9pei3ilr Ki'il
nothmgr m them to injure the tendercsfc heaiokin humor?. pl-. iH
surface. Resmol is a doctor's prescription pie, sure baUi.btjrn.
which for aeventeen years has been used by nchkTn 'H
carefol physicians for all kinds of itching, plies. All local drj.
lnrnne, uaaightly akin affecfcionB. Thiyprc- fS5 2a oint?S t 'H
scribe Resinol freely, confident that Sts sooth- (50cndsi). Forem- 'iH
ivg, healing action is brought aboat by agents j0 01 rt9 10 J-H
eo bland and gentle as to be suited to tbe moat cns. oo ' Mmrll 'H
delleato akfa evs of a tiny baby. v;HaH
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