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a It THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 22 1909 ig g
t ITHIN a few weens the vaca vacation vacation vacaUon ¬
WITHIN tion season will have closed closedand clo c1oedand ed edand
and the many residents of ofPat ofEaH ofat
Pat at Lake who have been wandering wanderingduring wanderingdurmg wanderingduring
during the summer will soon return to tothr tothr tothr
thr > city From every direction they theyv theyillCme
v ill illCme c cme > me Many have gone to the near nearby nearby nearty ¬
by mountain resorts re orta some only for a awitk awpk aWcf
witk Wcf j or two while others have been beenfortunate beenfortunate beenortunate
fortunate enough to spend the entire entireEfa entire5f
Efa 5f f an ou in the beautiful retreats that thatr thatraturc thatatura
r iture has provided for her weiry Wf < ry chit ohilt chlltrD chittr
t trD tr < r n A few have been tempted > d east easiI east1y
I 1y i u longing to visit with ohildhoodfriHlds < hihlhooc hihlhoocfriends hiklhoodfr1rds
friends but the general trend of travel traveh travelhas travellia
h has is naturally been to the northw northwest st and andfrom andfrom andfrnrn
from Seattle fe < lttle will come a host of those thosev thoseho
v ho have taken advantage of the op opp opJilrtunity oprtunity
p irtunitv to aee ee the great exposition expositionar
ar < 1 it the same time escape from the thesultry thesultry thesultry
sultry inland heat heatWith hootVHh heatWith
With the return of the wanderers the theopcutnff theOpH theOpiiflg
opcutnff OpH lng of the winter social season will willtf willV willLc
tf > hf raided It is true that the opening openingof
of the schools will mean an exodus exodusfrom exodusfrom exodusfrom
from the city of the young college colle < < e boys boysand boysnnd boysand
and girls whose many delightful par partics parties partics
tics have been the sole enlivening fea feature feature leature ¬
ture of f an otherwise dull season anc ancthe anj anjthe anlthe
the social world thereby loses Jo ea some of ofits
13 1 + s most charming members In their theirplac theirIacxs
plac 1 > 18s a we will now find the more expert experienccd expertencd expertenced
enccd hostesses who are already plan planning planmng planning ¬
ning for the winter events eventsOne eventsOne eventsOnc
One again the question of some new newway newWay newway
way of entertaining arises arl es to vex the thefetnlnlna thefemlnma thefeminine
feminine mind t lnd and suggestions une tlOOil of any anychange anychang anychange
change are more than welcome One OneIdea OMjdea Oneidea
Idea that bids fair to be adopted comes comesfrom comesrom comesfrom
from the by Parisian Parisianousins ParisiancuIns
rom parties given Our ur i iJuslns
ousins < last year Any plan upon which whichParis whichParis i iParis
Paris has set the seal of her approval approvalIs
Is sure to be eagerly seized upon and andthis andthis andthis
this one that has emanated from the theworlds theworlds theworlds
worlds fashion center is well worthy worthyiof
iof f consideration considerationTired IJnslderationTired
Tired nature is beginning to rebel rebelAt rebelnt rebelUt
At tho Idea of being entertained with withbridgt withbridgp withbridge
bridge parties guessing gue tng contests and andothrr andthrr aiidother
other < forms of entertainment that make makeus
us rai rack k our weary brains in puazling puazlingout
out the conundrums set before us and andIn andin andIn
In the their r stead we will eagerly seize upon uponthe uponthe uponC
the Parisian afternoon salons where whereopen whereopro whereopen
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open house is kept and the guests come comeA comeaj
A aj n i i go g freely as at our own New Years Yearsrei YearsreEItions Yearsreeptions
rei reEItions reeptionsI eptlons eptlonsIi
I Ii France the best talent of the world worldfrequents worldtrequnts worldfrcqu4nts
frequents these affairs atralrsand and whether one oneIs one1s oneis
Is oj al a literary or musical bent or mere merely mereIv merely ¬
ly a good friend he is sure of finding finding1c ftndlngmgrnial
c irpcnial company at these salons The Theticst Thebe Thebct
ticst be st of If music is heard during the after afternc aftetnem afterncn
nc nem n and after a cup of tea or an ice iceEcrvtcl Ices Icesu
Ecrvtcl s su nd in the same informal manner mannerthit manner3t mannerhit
hit 3t holds for the rest of the enter entertnmmt entertnmmt entertnrnnt
tnmmt the guest goes away feeling feelingr feeUngfrcshd feelingrfrchFd
r frcshd frch < d instead ln tead of having that terri terribl terribh ternbI
bl n wIarlness iriness c that follows most parties partiest
t tl1r t > weariness v i that leaves the members membersof
of the th social whirl mere wrecks at the theen theen thecn1
en cn1 1 of the season seasonIt sea on onIt
It Is i to be hoped that Salt Lake will willnumT willDtm1wr willntmh
numT Dtm1wr r among her hostesses hoste es some who whorr whotre
rr frave enough enoug to start the innova innovat
t t r and that they will have a large largef
f Mng is assured as ured by the success s that thats thatsMihr thatriilar
s mlir parties have attained beyond beyondtbe
tbe tr sta a
I COMING EVENTS EVENTSM I IIrc IMr
Mr M Irc Byron Cummings and her sisters sisterstl tsterstlf
tl tlf Misses McLaury have issued Invi invltins InviLfims invit
tins t ins for a large tea to be given on onM onI
r M I nliy lay from three to 8 oclock the thel
1 I > r rd d guest being Miss Martha John Johnr
t r > x who ho leaves this week for New NewT NewYJrk
2 T YJrk jrk where she will be married In Oc Oct OcL
t L VJCT > J r to Edgar C Beach Beachsc BearhMis
sc scMf f
Mf 1 III > Zora Shaw who leaves on the thefirt theflrt thefrt
frt f the month for New York will willbr willbr willbc
br th > complimented guest at a five fivefd ftveunr fiveLunrd
Lunrd unr fd > d party with which Miss Ethel Ethelton Etheltnton EthelNc
Nc tnton ton and Miss Pearl Durnell will willr
r Certain Thursday evening at the thehemp thehcmC thelcrne
hemp c > Miss If Durnell on Park street streetA
A fl undred party will be given ven by byII
311 II > Jurnetta 1 rnetta Openheimer on Thurs Thursfl mumc
fl c 1 > afternoon atternoonAn
31 31Orpheum
An 0 Orpheum theatre party will be beelxrn beginn beg1vcn
elxrn on Monday afternoon when Miss MissOr MissOrt 11118Oraga
Or Oraga tea gt Woolf will entertain a number numberof
of fritnds fritndsOn
On Wednesday afternoon Miss Bessie BessieBurnett BessieBJl1Ctt BessleDrfltt
Burnett will entertain with a matinee matineeparty matineeprrty matineeparty
party at a t the Grand In honor of Miss MissF MissPYlflc
F PYlflc > nn5f > Jacobson of Snreveport La La3Tcs Las LaMFs
3Tcs s ArEne Hooper H r of Kansas Kan a8 City Clt CltI
M I > and Miss Lucille Friedman of Hal Haily Hall Hatly
ly l < y Ida IdaMrs IdaIrs I IMrs
Mrs Clarence N Sampsbn will be the thehist thehSt theat
hist > S3 3 at a party to be given on Wed Wedrcstav Wedc1y red redrcsr1ly
rcstav afternoon at her home in the thePr tbeSm therrth
Pr rrth rth apartments apartmentsOne
One of Thursdays hostesses will be beMrs beMrs beMrs
Mrs E J Grousbeck who will enter entertain enterttn estertarn ¬
tarn at cards in honor of ner cousin cousinMr couldnMr cousinMr
Mr y D Frank Braaeitoa of Los An AnKf Ansrks AnWEDDINGSAND
Kf srks E EI
1 WEDDINGS WEDDINGS WEDDINGSAND AND ANDENGAGEMENTS 1 f
I ENGAGEMENTS ENGAGEMENTSJohn I
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John B Berkhoel has announced the en enn enfrJ eng
n g OmcTt T nn rnit it of his sister Agatha to Harold HaroldI
I t if vPl The marriage will take place placei placember
i > h ltmber > t < mber mberr
r 1 interesting announcement was that thatjr thatUh that3dE
Uh jr 3dE dc by Mr and Mrs H G McMillan McMillanft
ft 1 announce the engagement of their theird
d r crnttr Miss Bess McMillan to Charles
I rviM > Smith of Franklin Pa The wed wedOi wedimn
Oi 11 g Mill take place on the evening of o
ftlt fi Ec Tt t < at the First Presbyterian church churchntolne cburehAntoIne churchAtnne
AntoIne Primeaux of Tuscarora Nev Nevcr NevUTIIfiCt Ner
cr UTIIfiCt r maces i i nees > S the engagement enca < < ement of his daugn daugnt
t t1 r Bess May ay to William Henry Biota
jr of this city elt The wedding is to tak takplace takpl1ce takplace
place in September Sept ber in San Francisco FranciscoMiss
Miss Primeaux won many friends in inSalt illSalt iiiSalt
Salt Lake during her visit here in th thtearly thearly thearly
early spring and Mr Bintz is one of tli tlipopular tbpopular thpopular
popular members of the younger society socitijset societyset
set of this city cityMr cityMr cityMr
Mr and Mrs rs Stephen G Murray > an announce announce anflounce
nounce the engagement of their ni nkc nkcMay nieMay < c cMay
May Belle Alice Crow Crowley It j to illUm illUmSilk A ASilk ASilk
Silk of New York The wedding dding will tak takplace takplace takplace
place this month monthMrs monthMrs monthMrs
Mrs Vera v era F Fnlu1 > > nton announces the eng engagE engagEmtnt engagement > ge gemtnt
mtnt of her daughter Nor Norma ma to W Wfliam WfliamConrad lWam lWamConrad 1 lam lamConrad
Conrad Browning the wedding to take takrplace takeplace takIplace
place in the early fall fallMr fallMr fallMr
Mr and Mrs I L Foreman of this thi Ht Htannounce ribannounce cityannounce
announce thc marriage of their dau daughtr daughtrEdna daughtcrEdna hti r rEdna
Edna to Dr W R Prince of Los An Angeles Anlreles Angeles
geles which took place in Los AigMt AigMtThursday AligdiThursday Aig1Thursday
Thursday ThursdayMr
Mr and Mrs D J T Orrpn of MulvaIt MulvaItUtah MIlliIkUtah tiJ9JfUtah
Utah announce the engagement of tin tur turdaughtr n ndaughter
daughter r Caroline Ladd to Allan M MOwen YOwen MOwen
Owen The marriage will be in the Early earhautumn EarlyautulJUl earlyau
autumn autumnMr au turns turnsMr
Mr and Mrs > Lorenao Jensen anroun anrounthe al1l1ounthe ansmInethe <
the engagement of their daughter Aril Arilto Arilh Arilhto AriIlto
to A J Gunn The wedding will w I Mk Mkplace t1kplace takplace
place about the middle of September SeptemberAnnouncement Septembernouncement SeptemberAnnouncement
Announcement nouncement has been made bv b Mr Mrand lIralid Mrand
and Mrs William Kean of the tb en egage egagement pi g gment so soment
ment of their daughter Lillian to Alfroo AlfrooLugimbuehl AlfrcdLuglmbuehl Jfr JfrLuglmbuehl
Luglmbuehl the wedding date having
been set et for Oct Octl1ss OctMiss 30 30Miss >
Miss Rosa Teresa Radcilff and Leo Le Letoy LeTOY Letoy
toy Strong < < were quietly married at th thholne the thehame thelftIine
holne of the bride Wednesday ev evening < nini niniThe
The ceremony was performed at 7 730 30 b bthe by bythe bythe
the Rev Mr Buxton In the presence o othe of ofthe ofthe
the family A reception followed Miss MisRadciiff MissRadclltf MissIladeliff
Radciiff looked charming In a pretty gown gowiof gownof
of white China silk trimmed In Irish Irishpoint Irishpoint Irishpoint
point lace and she wore a white hat with withwhite withwhite willwhite
white plume and carried white roses She Shtwas Shwaa Shewas
was attended by her two sisters Mrs Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph
seph Cannon of Pocatello Ida and Mrs MrsClifton MrsClifton MrClifton =
Clifton Young both of whom wore hand handsome handIIOme handsome
some gowns of white and carried white whitesweet whitesweet whitesweet
sweet peas Lorenso R Pyper acted as asbest asbest asbest
best man White roses and ferns were wereeffectively wereeftectlvely wereeffectively
effectively used in the decorations Music Musicwas Musicwas Musicwas
was furnished by Miss Lucille LucI e Arm Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong
strong at the piano After Sept 15 Mrand Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Strong will be at home to their theirfriends theirfriends theirfriends
friends at 38 5 Lowell place placeifc placeMr placeMr
ifc jfe 3fc 3fcMr
Mr and Mrs Charles B Felt announce announcethe announethe
the engagement of their daughter Boa Bessie Besle Boasie ¬
sie to S Marsena Foster the marriage to totake totake totake
take place in September SeptemberMrs
0 0M18
Mrs Lydia Christensen announces the theengagement theengagement theengagement
engagement of her daughter Florence to toJoseph toJoseph toJoseph
Joseph E Johnson The marriage will wlltake willtake willtake
take place In September SeptemberMrs
Mrs A T Christensen en announces the theengagement theengagement theengagement
engagement of her daughter Lucile LucileSnow LucileSuow LuelleSnow
Snow to Chester R Grimmett The mar marriage marriace mariiage ¬
riage will take place in the early fall fallThe faUThe fallThe
The many friends of Miss Irene Storms StormsAllen StormsAllen StormsAllen
Allen will be surprised to learn of her hermarriage hermarriage hermarnIse
marriage to Harry W T Ball on Aug 1 at atTwin atTwin atTwin
Twin Falls Ida where Mr Ball Is a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent young engineer Mr fr and Mrs MrsBall MrsBall MrsBall
Ball will make their home at Twin Falls FallsMr FallsMr FallsMr
Mr and Mrs Irs George r Buckle announce announcethe announcethe announcethe
the engagement of their daughter Della Dellato
to Theodore J Maus the wedding to take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place in September
Mrs M H Kervin of San Francisco Franciscohas Francl co cohas
has announced the engagement of her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter May to William Columbine of ofReno ofReno ofReno
Reno Nev the wedding to take place the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter part of the month monthCards monthCarda monthCards
Cards are out announcing the marriage marriageof
of Miss Ml Ruby Marion Wonn onn to Howard HowardMarshfleld HowardMarshtteld HowardMarshfleld
Marshfleld Parsons at Reno Nev on onWednesday onWednesday onWednesday
Wednesday Aug 11 After an extended extendedwedding extendedwedding extendedwedding
wedding trip to Lake Tahoe and other othercoast otbercoa othercoast
coast coa t resorts Mr and Mrs Parsons will wiimake wtUmake willmake
make their home M HI in Visalia Vi alia Cal CalMiss Catlls CalMiss
Miss lls Alice Webley and Robert S Fol Foltand FotJaDd Folland
land were married at noon on Thursday Thursdayat
at the temple the ceremony being per performed performed performed ¬
formed by President Winder in the pres presence presence presence ¬
ence of the Immediate relatives of the thebridal thebridal thebridal
bridal couple In the evening a large re reception reception reception ¬
ception was given at the home of the thebride thebride thebride
bride invitations having been issued to tover toover toover
over > a hundred guests gue t The parlor was wasbeautifully wasbeautifully wasbeautifully
beautifully decorated in golden glow and andsweet andsweet andsweet
sweet peas were used in the dining room roomThose roomTbose roomThose
Those who assisted as tsted in the serving were werethe werethe werethe
the Misses Ethel Webley Lillie Webley WebleyNellie WebleyNellie WebleyNeJJle
Nellie Pekel and Edna Folland and the theranch thepunch thepunch
punch bowl was presided over by the theMisses theMlases theMisses
Misses Arline Folland Ruth Folland and andMarie andKarie andMarie
Marie Lewis The bride wore a beautiful beautifulgown beautifulgown beautifulgown
gown of white messallne silk trimmed in inWhite InwhIte inwhite
White applique and carried a shower bou bouquet bouquet bouquet ¬
quet of white roses The young couple couplelave couplehave couplehave
have lave gone on a two weeks wedding trip tripto
to Seattle and after Oct 1 will be lo located located b bcated ¬
cated in their new home at Eighth West Westand W Wand Westand
and First North streets streetsMiss streetsIA streetsMiss
Miss IA Edna Hyde daughter of Mr and andMrs andXrs andMrs
Mrs George L Hyde of Springville Utah Utahand Utahiind Utahaind
and Emmett Dal Dalton ton of Salt Lake were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married Wednesday in the temple fol folowed followed lottowed
owed by a reception and wedding supper suppern aup r rIn
In n the evening at the home of the groom groomPhe groomThe groomThe
The lawn and veranda were gaily Iy illumin illuminated illuminated Iiluminated ¬
ated with many strings of Japanese e lan lanterns lanterns Ianterse ¬
terns and in the house golden glow Io was wasused wasused wasused
used throughout the rooms The bride bridewas bridewas bridewas
was handsomely gowned In pale rose rosesatin rosesatin rosesatin
satin She was assisted in receiving by byher byher byher
her sister Miss XI Genevieve Hyde and the tbesister t1esister thesister
sister of the groom Miss Xl s Estelle E teIJe Dalton Daltonboth Daltonboth Daltonboth
both of whom were gowned in white bin lingerie Jlngerie bingerie ¬
gerie Several outoftown guests were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present These were the brides parents parentsand parentsand parentsand
and brother Mr and Mrs G L Hyde and andLyman andIman andLyman
Lyman Hyde of Springville Spl1n lIe Utah Re Refreshments Retreshments Refreshments ¬
freshments were served from a long table tableon
on the lawn beautifully decorated with withcrystal withcrystal withcrystal
crystal bowls of pink and white sweet sweeteas sweetpews sweetpeas
pews > eas placed down the center of the table tableCovers tableCovert tableCovers
Covers were laid for sixty Miss MI Roberta RobertaDalton RobertsDalton RobertaDalton
Dalton served punch on the veranda Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Dalton have gone to Seattle Seattleand Seattleand Seattleand
and after Sept 1 they will be at home at atSugar atBugar atSugar
Sugar City Ida The brides traveling travelin travelindress
dress was of tan broadcloth with hat and andcloves andglov an angloves
cloves glov to match matchA
A beautiful wedding that took place on onWednesday onWedneedaY onWednesday
Wednesday was that of Miss Margaretta MargarettaJohnson lIarprettaJohnson MargarettaJohnson
Johnson daughter of H P Johnson of ofSandy ofSandy ofSandy
Sandy and Frank Wicks of Garfield the theceremony theceremony theceremony
ceremony being performed at the brides brideshome brideshome brideshome
home at 7 oclock The bridal party en entered entered entered ¬
tered the parlor to the strains of the Men Mendelssohn MendebRtobn Mendelasohn ¬
delssohn wedding march played by Miss MissJenevteve MisstlenevIeve MIssGenevieve
Genevieve Johnson at the piano and Pey Peyton Peyton Peyton ¬
ton Johnson on the violin The bride was wasattended wuattended wasattended
attended by her sister Miss Josephine JosephineJohnson Jo JosephineJohnson ephllU ephllUJobJulon
Johnson as maid of honor and by Misses MissesAda MissesAda ItuesAda
Ada Craco Edith Walker Zella Merrill
I A g N especially ially attractive exhibit exhibitof
J 3 of advance models for autumn autumnnow
I now on exhibition in our parlors parlorsCorrect parlorsI parlorsCorrect
I t Correct representation of authen authentic ¬
tic style tendencies for the cOIning comingseason cOIningseason coiningseason
season seasonI
O ft ftOne
4 I Brandwins BrandwinsOne
One Sixty South Main Street
MRS GEORGE L SAVAGE SAVAGEMrh I
I
Mrs lrH George Eorgt L savage aage who ho Irs l tS entertained at two delightful affairs this thisWeek thisWeek thisWeek
Week is one of Salt Lakes most popular hostesses whose entertainments are arealways arealwa arealways
always alwa s most artistic in their appointments Mrs lrsSavages Ravages charming person personality personality personality ¬
ality and her gracious u manner r make > her on of the Ideal hostesses of the lity
Alberta Brown as a bridesmaids and Miss MissOlive MissOlive 1I11S01le
Olive Kubre as flower girl The bridal bridalparty bridalpart bridalparty
party stood Onder a canopy of pink and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white ribbons entwined with smilax smilaxDuring smilaxDuring stnilaxDuring
During the ceremony which was per performed J Ierformed r rtormed ¬
formed by Rev P A Simpkin of this city cityOh cityOb cityOh
Oh Promise Me was softly played playedAfter playedAfter playedAfter
After the ceremony a reception was wasgiven wasslven wasgiven
given to about a hundred guests gues l The Thehouse Thebouse Thehouse
house was beautifully decorated with withflowers withflowers withflowers
flowers the back parlor having a color colorscheme colorcheme colorscheme
scheme of yellow carried out with banks banksof
of golden glow In the dining room a amound amound amound
mound of red dahlias formed the table tablecenterpiece tablecenterpiece tablecenterpiece
centerpiece and streamers of red and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white hearts extended from the chande chandelier chandelier ehandelien ¬
lier to the table Refreshments were wereserved weree wereserved
served e on the lawn which was lighted lightedwith Jlghtedwith lightedwith
with rows of electric lights Miss Mary MaryBrown 1iaryBrown MaryBrown
Brown presided at the punch bowl which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was placed in the dining room The bride bridewore bridewore bridewore
wore a beautiful creation in white lace laceand laceand laceand
and carried a shower bouquet of lilies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the valley Her only ornament was a abrooch abrooch abrooch
brooch which is an heirloom in the fam family tamlIy famIly ¬
ily Her attendants were gowned in inpink Inpink inpink
pink and white and carried white roses roseswhile ro roseswhile e ewhile
while the little flower girl who ho also wore worepink woreptnk worepink
pink over white carried a basket of pink pinksweet pinksweet pinksweet
sweet peas The brides golngaway gown gownwas gownaa gownwas
was aa of ecru silk and she wore a large largepicture largepicture largepicture
picture hat to match Following a brief briefwedding briefwedding briefwedding
wedding trip Mr and Mrs Wicks will willbe willbe willbe
be at home at Garfield after Sept 1 1A 1A 1A
A pretty wedding of Wednesday even evening evenIng evenlug ¬
ing was that of Miss Ada Yard and Harry HarryBrooks HarryBrooks HarryBrooks
Brooks at the home of the bride at 730 730oclock 7 7oclock 710oclock
oclock A wedding bell In white and andgreen andsreen andgreen
green was suspended in the parlor and andunder andunder andunder
under this the bridal party stood while whileBishop whileBishop whileBishop
Bishop Nephi M Morris performed the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage ceremony The bride was at attended attended attended ¬
tended by her sister ster Mrs ms Will Hayes Hayeswhile Hayeswhile Hayeswhile
while Mr Hayes acted as best man The Thebride Thebride Thebride
bride was gowned in a white princess lin lingerie lingerie Ungene ¬
gerie gown and carried white roses ro e Her Herattendants Herattendant Herattendants
attendants were also gowned in white and andcarried andcarried andcarried
carried white carnations Little Miss MissFlorence Ml MissFlorence s sFlorence
Florence Hayes in a dainty dress of ofwhite ofwhite ofwhite
white acted as flower girl The ceremony ceremonywas
was followed by a reception given to about aboutseventyfive aboutseventyfive aboutseventyfive
seventyfive guests The national colors colorswere colorswere colorswere
were combined with golden glow and andcarnations andcarnations andcarnations
carnations with pretty effect in the par parlor parlor parbr ¬
lor while the dining room was bright with withpink withpink withpink
pink and white peas Mr and Mrs MrsBrooks MrsBrooks Irs IrsBrooks
Brooks will m be at home after Sept 1 at at76S
768 South Sixth East street streetMr streetMr streetMr
Mr and Mrs Lorenzo Snow announce announcethe
the engagement of their daughter Miss MissLa Mi MiLa MissLa
La Branche Estelle to Wallace alace G Hunt Hunter ¬
er the wedding to take place in the near nearfuture nearfU nearfuture
future fU futureI ture tureI
I WOMENS CLUBS CLUBSThe I IThe
The year book of the Ladles Liter Literary Literary Literany ¬
ary club which was issued last week weekcontains weekcontalDII weekcontains
contains the following notices of f sec section section seetion ¬
tion meetings to be held during the theyear theyear theyear
year
Art Section SectionMeetings SectionlteetJngs SectionMeetings
Meetings to be held the first and third
Tipsy Sauce SauceWhy SuttceWhy SauceWhy
Why thats the recipe r8Cl for tipsy tipsysauce tipsyaauce tipsysauce
sauce cried the Widow in derision derisionIt
It would make your head go round roundAnd roundAnd roundAnd
And give you the necessary dizzy dizzyfeeling dizzyteeUn dizzyfeeling
feeling < < added the Bachelor cheer cheerfully cheerfully cheerfully ¬
fully fullyAnd And leave yon YO II with the usual head headaahe headaahe headaehe
aahe and Indigestion IndigestionBut IndI indiestionBut feaotlon feaotlonBut
But not with the nausea produced producedy
by y too much muchfudge fudge retorted the thetachelor UteBachelor theBachelor
Bachelor Besides Be ldllls tipsy sauce can be becooked becooked becooked
cooked over a quick fire fireAnd ftreAnd fireAnd
And burn out before It is half done donerejoined donerejoined donerejoined
rejoined the Widow scornfully scornfullyThats scornfuUyThats scornfullyThats
Thats better than allowing it to go goon goon goon
on simmering forever declared tho thotachelor thoBachelor thoBachelor
Bachelor until U 1 simmers down to tonothing toBothlng tonothing
nothing And nothing spoils love like liketlrring Inteatirrlng likestIrring
stIrring it Why and he waved hi hielgaret hili hiliclgaret hielgaret
elgaret dramatically dramaticallyLove
I Love IB Just a cobweb wet with withmorning withmornlnlr withmorning
morning dew dewLove dewLove dewLove
Love is Just ju t a fairy spell Invisible to toview toview toview
view viewA
A tread treada a touch too heavy heavyand and the theI
I cobweb Is not there thereA
A A sigh too long longaud and lo the spoil has hasvanished hasnnlhed hasvniihed
vanished into air airPooh airPboh airPooh
Pooh laughefi tho Widow mock mockngly mockingly mockIngly
ingly I know a better one than that thatTake thatTake thatI
I Take half a pound poundAnd of pugfr pugfrAnd ug r rAnd
And set it on 0 the stove stoveWhen stoveWhen stoveWhen
When melted pour some honey In InAnd InAnd inAnd
And spice it That Is love loveTake loveTake loveI
I Take a cup of vinegar vinegarBut
But not a drop of honey honeyPepper honeyPepper oney oneyPepp
Pepper Pepp r w wPTl < M1 and set to cool coolAnd coolAnd 001And
And that is Ismatrimony IsmatrimonyBut matrimonyBut
But she aJd aided d with a sigh there thereh
h
Thursdays at 1046 a m Topic Early EarlyItalian EarlyItalian EarlyItalian
Italian Painting and Sculpture Mrs MrsKeyser 1dmKeyser MrsKey
Key Keyser er chairman Mrs Wedgwood as assistant RSslstant assistant ¬
sistant chairman and secretary Mrs MrsBintz MrsBintz lrs lrsBintz
Bintz critic criticBrowning criticBrowning criticBrowning
Browning Section SectionMeetings SectionMeetings SectionMeetings
Meetings on the second and nnr fourth fourthSaturdays fourthSaturdaS fourthSaturdays
Saturdays at 1 oclock Topic Sor Sordello Sordello Sorde1bo
dello Mrs Jones chairman Mrs MrsGorham MrsGorham 118 118Gorham
Gorham assistant chairman Miss MissHague MissHague lIssHa
Hague Ha ue secretary Mrs W V Hwtchinhon Hwtchinhontreasurer Hutehinsontreasurer n ntreasurer
treasurer Mrs Jennings critic criticCurrent criticCurrent criticCurrent
Current Events and Literature LiteratureMeetings LiteraturelIeetinp LiteratureMeetings
Meetings to be held on the first and andthird andthird andthird
third Fridays at S p m Mrs Kltngen Kltngender
der chairman Mrs Caine assl assistantchairman assistant assistantchairman ant antchairmQ
chairman Miss Jtll s Tinsman secretary secretaryHistory secretaryHistory secretaryHistory
History Section SectionMeetings SectionMeetings SectionMeetings
Meetings on the second and nd fourth fourthThursdays fQurthThursdays fourthThursdays
Thursdays at 1045 a m Topic Roman RomanHistory rfJnanHistory rtomanHistory
History Mrs Boxrud chairman Mrs MrsLittle MrsLittle MrsLittle
Little assistant chairman Mrs Irs Both Bothwell Uothwell Bothwell
well secretary Mrs Bintz critic criticMusic criticMusic cnitieMusic
Music Section SectionMeetings SectionMeetings SectionMeetings
Meetings on the Fourth Wednesday at
10 a m Topic The Opera Mrs MrsNelden AIrsNelden MrsNelden
Nelden chairman Miss Williamson Williamsonsecretary Williamson5eCretaryj Williamsonsecretary
secretary Mrs J C Hanchett libra librarian librarian libranan ¬
rian
Poet Section SectionMeetings SectionMeeUnp SectionMeetings
Meetings on the first third and fifth fifthMondays fifthIOIlda fifthMondays
Mondays IOIlda at 3 p m Topic Study of ofHumanity ofumanfty ofIIumanlty
Humanity as Presented Pre ented by the English EnglishPoets Eng ngibihPoets lfoJh lfoJhPoets
Poets of the Nineteenth Century tl1ry Mrs MrsMarcy MrsMarcy MrsMarcy
Marcy chairman Mrs Tyndale ae aesistant atslstant assistant
sistant chairman Mrs John Reed sec secretary secretary seeretary ¬
retary Miss Jessup critic criticThe criticThe criticThe
The Post Bridge club will hold Is Usregular Isregular Isregular
regular fortnightly meeting next Tues Tuesday Tueday Tuesday ¬
day afternoon at the quarters of Mrs MrsHugh lIrsHugh MrsHugh
Hugh Walthall at Fort Douglas DouglasThe
The Sewing club which met last lastWednesday lastWednesday lastWednesday
Wednesday at the home of Mrs W M MHunt MHunt II IIHunt
Hunt will be entertained next Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day by Mrs F W Leonard at her herhome herhome herhome
home on East Fifth South street streetThe streetThe streetThe
The T O N O club was entertained entertainedThursday entertainedThursday entertaInedThursday
Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss MissIda MissIda lIasIda
Ida Madsen on South West Temple Templestreet Templestreet Templestreet
street The house was daintily deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated in pink sweet peas and golden goldenglow goldenglow goldenglow
glow and the lawn where the refresh refreshments relreshments nelreshments ¬
ments were served was lighted with withrows withrows withrows
rows of Japanese lanterns Thirty Thirtyguests Thirty8uests Thirtyguests
guests were present during the evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The next meeting of the club will be beheld beheld beheld
held at the home of Miss lU Nellie James Jameson
on Thursday September 2 2The 2The 2The
The Lucky Thirteen club was enter entertained entertained entertamed ¬
tained on Friday evening at the home homeof
of Mr lr and Mrs C L Westlake on onSouth onSouth onSouth
South Third East street Thirteen cou couples couples couplea ¬
ples were present and a most delightful delightfulevening delightfulEvenlng delightfulevening
evening was spent
Rythmic Recipes for forMatrimony forMatrimony
Matrimony and Love L ve
i trTT HERE announced the Wid WidI Wl Wlow WIdow
T I ow stirring a strange look lookJL lookIDg looklug
JL lug mixture in the chafing chafingdish chafingdish dialingdish
dish with anxious care One Oneound Onepound Onepound
pound > ound of brown sugar half a cake of ofhocolate orchocolate ofchocolate
chocolate one tablespoonful of butter butterto
to o make it smooth a little vanilla to toflavor toflavor toflavor
flavor It stir carefully over a slow slowfire slowfire slowfire
fire and andwhy why it sounds just like a arecipe arecipe anecipe
recipe for love she he ended with a little littlecry littlecry littlecry
cry of delight delightLike dellgbtLike delightLike
Like a womans recipe for love ac actnowledged acknowledged acknowledged
knowledged the Bachelor cynically cynicallyAll
All 11 sugar and smoothness and monot monotony monotony inonotony ¬
ony and insipidity Insiptdltyjust Just plain fudge fudgeWhat fudgehat fudgeWhat
What hat is a mans recipe Mr Trav Traverg TraverB Trayerg
erg inquired the Widow in 1 that cool coolsweet cooJBweet coolsweet
sweet voice like the warning calm be before before before ¬
fore the storm stormWell BtormWen stormWell
Well the Bachelor leaned back and andregarded andregarded andregarded
regarded the Wdows dimpled elbows elbowsthrough elbowsthrougb elbowsthrough
through a smokering thoughtfully A AIttle Alittle Alittle
little sugar and butter of course cour and andsome andBome andsome
some spice and vinegar vlnegarand and a dash of ofrum ofrum ofrum
rum and
isnt any really reliable recipe for love loveThere loveThere loveThere
There isnt even an authoritative defi definition definition definition ¬
nition for It ItOh It ItOh itOh
Oh yes there is Interrupted the theBachelor theBachelor theBachelor
Bachelor cheerfully Love IB i the thething tbething thething
thing that makes a man wear fancy fancyneckties fancyneckties fancyneckties
neckties shave every day commence commencehis
his business letters Dearest Smith SmithSend SmithSend SmithSend
Send me ten cargoes carg 8 of Widows Yldowsand Widowsandhang Yldowsandhang and andhang
hang around a womans skirts quot quoting quotIng quoting ¬
ing poetry when he ought to be down downat downat
at the office attending to important importantbusiness hnpirtantbuslneas Importantbusiness
business businessYes buslneasYes businessYea
Yes sighed the Widow putting puttingdown puttingdown puttingdown
down her spoon and sinking into a achair achair achair
chair regardless a of the bubbling fudge fudgeand tUdgeand fudgeand
and its the thing thet makes a woman woman wo woman ¬
man read the Rubalyat and Byron yron and andRichard andRichard andRichard
Richard Le Galllenne when she ought oughtto
to be darning socks or watching the thebiscuits theblacults thebiscuits
biscuits and keeps her awake nights nightsand nightsand nightsand
and makes her perfectly miserable and andecstatically andee andecstatically
ecstatically ee happy and glad and sorry sorryand lIornand sorryand
and shivery all at the same time Its Itsjust Itsju Itsjust
just ju t a flower
flowerLike
Like a Meal MealIts lUenlIts NealIts
Its more like a weed Interrupted Interruptedthe
the Bachelor It cant be cultivated cultivatedyou
you know and it springs up exactly exactlywhere exactlywhere exactlywhere
where you least expect It It and flour flourishes flourlahes flourIshes ¬
ishes best when left alone and once onceit
it sets started you cant choke It out outan outano outand
an and <
anWhat
What bat is that burning cried the theWidow theWidow theWidow
Widow Jumping up in alarm alarmIts alarmIts alarmIts
Its the fudge cried the Bachelor Bachelormaking Bachelormaking Bachelormaking
making a dash for the chafing dish dishand dishand dishand
and hastily extinguishing the alcohol alcohollamp alcohollamp alcohollamp
lamp lampOh
Oh The Widow tried to stir the thehardened thehardened thehardened
hardened mass of sugar desperately desperatelyHow
How perfectly horrid Its It ruined ruinedIts ruinedIts ruinedIts
Its all burned out outJust outTust outJust
Just like neglected ne lected love sighed sighedthe
the Bachelor My love for instance instanceThats InstanceThatll instanceThats
Thats what always happens happensYes
Yes agreed the Widow When Whentwo Whentwo Whentwo
two people sit around quoting poetry poetrywho poetrywho poetrywho
who ought to be watching the biscuits biscuitsor
or down at the office attending to toImportant toImportant toImportant
Important business Were wasting wastingtime wastingtime wastingtime
time Mr Travers TraversNot TraversNot TraversNot
Not at all retorted the Bachelor Bachelorcheerfully Bachelorcheerfully Bachelorcheerfully
cheerfully Its a waste of time to tobother tobother tobother
bother about business and biscuits biscuitswhile biscuitswhfJe biscuitswhile
while you are still sU young enough to bo bomaking bomaking homaking
making love Business is all right rightwhen rightwhen rightwhen
when you ou are old and decrepit but the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business of youth is love because and andhp andhI andhe
hp leaned over her and caipht co lght the theWidcrws theWidcrws theWidows
Widcrws hand as he added softly softlyLove SOt1yLov softlyLove
Love is Just a morning glory doomed doomedat
at noon to die dieNever dieNever dieI dielever
I
Never go camping am ping without a kodak kodakWe kodakWe kodakWe
We have fifty styles and can an do tho
best finishing O R Savage Co 12 12and 12and 12and
and 14 Main street streetLn11
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THE BUSINESS SIDE SIDEOF SIDEOF SIDEOF
OF HOUSEKEEPING HOUSEKEEPINGMarketing
Marketing Mark ting and Buying for the Family
the majority of people pe ple conom conommeans nom I Imeans Imeans
TO T means simply 11 purchasing a aa art article arttele artdo ¬
cle for a small sma sum of money i imay lmay imay
may be that some comparison Gt U Umade Ibmade lbmade >
made with the price usually asked a ked lor lorthe 70 70the or orthe
the article artlclet but often no such compar compartson comparson
son Is made The questions of value valuereceded valuereceivEd valuereceived
receivEd and final cost rarely enter enterinto enterinto enterinto
into the calculations The real cost of ofan atan ofan
an article is not known until those two twoitems twoitems twoitems
items are counted in with the original originalcost
cost
Relying on sight or finK impression impressionis
is nsponsible for much extravagance extravagancewith
with ptLplp who m menu > an to save Not ot
long since I saw an mat at displayed for foreale forJRle forsale
sale It WAS in small pieces suitable suitablefi
f fr < i a stew stE and was marked at seven sevencnts sevennts sevencnts
cnts a pound The first impression impressioni
i was is s that the meat was cheap at seven seventuts sevenlltS sevenc
tuts c Ut on fl having two pounds weighed weighedut
ou < > ut r I discovered di covered that t there was prob probai problid probti1y
ai < lid ti1y l a quarter of a cupful of meat and anda
a L hrge irge bone Seven cents a pound poundfor
for meat is not dear but it is quite a agood agoO ageoj
good goO price for bone boneFirst bonePlrst boneFirst
First Cost mid In Inst < t Cost CostA
A shin of veal or lamb IB compara comparative comparatid comparatiVtiv ¬
tive tiVtiv l cheap so Is a cut from the neck neckr
lOr < > r rump The latter has the advantage advantagein
in the fact that there is no waste be because because because ¬
cause of i hone > one and gristle The liver liverheart liverheart liverheart
heart and kidneys of calves are cheap
l ecouse > there is almost no waste and andthe andthe andthe
the first price is low In some com communities comrnunities cornrflunltles ¬
munities the sweetbreads and brains brainsare
are almost given ava away > They fur furnisli fllrnisll furfish
fish valuable food and their purchase purchaseis
is true economy because they are all allivailable alla allavailable
available a In other communities they theyare theyare theyare
are esteemed as luxuries and the prices pricesate
ate almost prohibitive The availabil availability ¬
ity is the same in both instances and andwould andwould andwould
would make no difference in the final finalcost tlnalcost finalcost
cost but the first cost makes the pur purchase purchase purchase ¬
chase an economy in one instance in tance and andan andan andan
an extravagance in another anotherThe anotherThe anotherThe
The same thing is true of the skirt skirtof
of 1f beef in communities where it is not notobtcemed notfsteemld noteateemed
obtcemed its it use would be true economy economyon
on account of its cost Even where the theprice theprl theprice
price prl is rather high Its use is i still ecolurmlcal eco econlflnical ceoriimical
lurmlcal because it furnishes good goodMod 8oodnod goodCood
Mod without waste making the final nnalcost finalcost finalcost
cost small
The FlrelcHS Cooker CookerThe CookerThe CookerThe
The heads and feet of some animals animalsare
are often used as food The waste is isconsiderable isconsiderable
considerable con lderable but the price is usually usuallylow
low The final east would be Increased Increasedby In < < d dby
by the long cooking required but this thlicouW thlcould thiscould
could be eliminated almost altogether altogetherby
by using the fireless cooker cookerQuite cookerQuite cookerQuite
Quite another example is furnished furnishedby
by the difference between what is isbought Isboughtln isbought
bought in the market and what is ready readyto
to cook In such things as Lima beans beansand beansand beansand
and peas Where the original cost is ishigh Ishigh ishigh
high it becomes very high before the thethings thethings thethings
things are ready to serve At any anyprice anyprice anyprice
price the preparation adds materially materiallyto
to the cost co t The pineapple necessitates necessitatesmuch necessitatesmuch necessitatesmuch
much waste in preparation blueberries blueberriesrequire blueberriesrequire blueberriesrequire
require almost no waste Whether the theuse theuse theuse
use of such articles Is extravagant or ornot ornot ornot
not depends entirely upon the original originalcost originalcost
cost
Brains Versus Pocketbooks PocketbooktiAnother PocketbooksAnother PocketbooksAnother
Another example of economy Is in the theuse theUM theuse
use of a cheaper article to obtain the thesame thesame thesame
same results as are given by a more moreexpensive moreexpensive moreexpensive
expensive article The first cost of ofcauliflower ofcaulltlower ofcauliflower
cauliflower and asparagus Is compara comparatively comparatively comparatively ¬
tively high in most communities their theiruse theiru theicuse
use u e in scalloped dishes and for cream creamsoups creamsoups creamsoups
soups is near the line of extravagance extravaganceThe
The economical woman will obtain the thesame thesame thesame
same delicate flavor by using kohl kohlrabi kohlrabi kohlraW ¬
rabi or cabbage substituting her own ownskill ownskill ownskill
skill for money Few persons would wouldknow wouldknow wouldknow
know that they were not eating aspar asparagus asparagus asparagus ¬
agus or cauliflower cauliflowerThe
The economical woman would also alsoprepare alsoprepare alsoprepare
prepare black beans in a soup that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would do duty as a mock turtle and cost costmuch costmuch costmuch
much less The fireless cooker would wouldreduce wouldreduce wouldreduce
reduce the cost to little more n ore than the thecost thecost thecost
cost of the dried beans Lentils would wouldalso wouldalso wouldalso
also furnish a delicious water soup soupInstead soupInstead soupInstead
Instead of using a more expensivesoup expensivesoupmade expensive oup aoupmade oupmade
made with stock stockAgain stockAgain stockAgain
Again the economical woman will willask winask willask
ask for the bones for which she pays payswhen payswhen I Iwhen
when she buys chops or steak and use usethem usethem usethem
them for her souppot If she uses little littlemeat littlemeat littlemeat
meat she will invest in a Jar of beef beefextract beefextract beefextract
extract at a coat co t which seems high highher highber highher
her wise wl e use of this extract for making makingquick makingquick makingquIck
quick consomme will demonstrate demonstratethat
that she obtains her moneys worth She Shehas Shehas Shehas
has really saved in fuel and time and andmaterial andmaterial andmaterial
material and has practically the same samekind samekind samekind
kind of soup she would have had for forconsomme forconsomme forconsomme
consomme consommeUNO consommeUNe consommeUse
Use of Canned Goods GoodsIt Go OIls OIlsIt
It is more economical to purchase a acan acan acan
can of boned chicken for twentyfive twentyfivecents
cents than to purchase a chicken and andprepare andprepare andprepare
prepare it for such things as salad or orcroquettes orcroquettes orcroquettes
croquettes A chicken for twentyn twentytucents twentyncents twentyncents < >
cents in many communities would fur furnish furnish furfish ¬
nish very little Where chickens are arecheap arecheap arecheap
cheap of course the canned goods goodswould goodswould goodswould
would figure higher higherEvaporated higherEvaporated higherEvaporated
Evaporated or dried fruits are very verydesirable verydesirable ery erydesirable
desirable when carefully prepared and andresult andresult andresult
result in competes com notes equal to the expen expensive expensive expensive ¬
sive ones They Th y form an agreeable sub substitute substitute substitute ¬
stitute for fresh fruits and cost much muchless muchless muchless
less The woman who saves knows knowshow knowshow knowshow
how to develop flavors by combining combiningfruits combiningtruits combiningfruits
fruits For instance she will use crap eraporated eTaporated craporated
orated apples for a foundation and andjust andjuat andJust
just enough of the more expensive expensivedried expenslvldried expensivedried
dried apricots to togive give a delicious flavor flavorShe flavorShe
She will know the value of combining combiningapples combiningapples combiningapples
apples and an d blackberries making the thefinal th thfinal thefinal
final cost of her compote quite reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
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EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor
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122 So Main Salt lake
articles artY past pa t the stage of whole wholesomenese wholesonieness
somenese If that has not occurred It itis
18 often true of butter that It Is i poorly poorlyworked poorlyworked poorlyworked
worked and full of water adding to tothe tothe tothe
the weight and price or else composed composedof cOin posed posedof
of cheap tats fataSuch tatsSuch fatsSuch
Such things as broken rice or broken brokennuts brokennuts brokennuts
nuts are entirely different Their qual quality qU31Ity quality ¬
ity is uninjured and the appearance in insoups Inaoups insoups
soups or croquettes or puddings would wouldbe
be satisfactory Even served plain plainthe plalnth plainth5
the th rice would look well if carefully carefullyprepared carefullyprepaled carefullyprepaled
prepaled preparedlluying prepaledBuying prepaledfluylng
Buying In Large Quantities QuantitiesThe
The economical woman sometimes sometimesspends 80metlmespends sometimesspends
spends money in rather large amounts amountsbecause amountsbecause amountsbecause
because it itpys pays in the end She will wI on onoccasion onoccasion onoccasion
occasion buy a large piece of meat and andariange an1arIaolre andarrange
arrange with the butcher to keep it itfor Itfor Itfor
for her and cut it up as a needed neededThe neededThe neededThe i
The economical woman knows that thathomemade thathomemade thathomemade
homemade bread Is cheaper than thanbakers thanbakers thanbakers
bakers even in first cost She knows knowsthat knowsthat knowsthat
that the final cost of the bakers loaf loafis
is Increased because of the added food foodshe toodshe foodshe
she must furnish her er family if they theyare theyare theyare
are tobe to be well we fed fedl The nourishment nourishmentand
and satisfaction are aite not easy factors factorstobe factorlto
to tobe be considered In buying
Eggs furnish the same kind of nour nourishment nOurIshment sourIshment ¬
ishment as a meat and even when quite quitehigh quitehigh quitehigh
high in price are cheaper than meat meatThe meatT meatThe
The T e woman who buys economically economicallyspends economicallyspends economicallyspends
spends for eggs and saves in nonessen nonessentials nonesenUals nonessentiala
tials such as bakers cake and cheap cheapcandies cheapcandle cheapcandies
candies
Follow Following Ins the Market MarketPaying MarketPaying InrkctPaying
Paying attention to the natural sea season seaSOD season ¬
son of fruits and vegetables is another anothermatter anothermatter anothermatter
matter understood by the good buyer buyerTomatoes buyerTomatoes buyerTomatoes
Tomatoes strawberries and eggplant eggplantare
are much more delicious in summer and andat andat andat
at their cheapest but In January they
lack in taste and gain In cost An Anorange Anorange Anorange
orange In September is i expensive and andlacks andlacks andlacks
lacks flavor in December it is l compara comparatively comparatively comparatIvely ¬
tively cheap and at its best for eat eating eatIng eattog ¬
ing ingEggs Eggs and butter also have a season I
during which the price Is l lower than thanin I
in the winter months Packing them themalways themalways i ialway
always in dry salt or brine is I often oftenpractised oftenpractised oftenpractised
practised by the woman who counts countsthe countathe countsthe
the cost and tries to furnish nutritious
food to her family tam II y Often it pays city
dwellers to buy such things as eggs eggsand eggand eggsand
and butter in large quantities from fromsome fromsome fromsome
some distant farmer The rates for forfreight fortrelght forfreight
freight or express do not bring the thecost thecost theCost
cost up to market price and where whereseveral whereseveral i iseveral
several Join In the investment the re result resuit ¬ i
suit Is very satisfactory saUl factory i
Calculating the amount contained in inpurchases inpurchases
purchases and knowing just how far fareach tareach fareach
each should go forms a very desirable desirablecheck desirablecbeck desirablecheek I
check on too frequent buying Some Sometimes ¬
times goods purchased in large cans or orJars
Jars cost less in proportion and would wouldgo
go farther were it not that they cannot I Ibe
be used up readily and are liable to tospoil tospoil tospoil
spoil Sometimes the articles can be beput beput beput
put into several smaller cans and used usedto USfdto
to advantage The close buyer knows
how to keep her olives from spoiling pojlin pojlinafter
after the can is opened and she also
krepsher marmalade jars covered close closely
ly and the preserve scraped from the thesides thesides thesides
sides so t tst l t it t N i a i 1 alik it I i K p > i f re ueuntil treuntil reuntil
until i i in ntr Ii Is l Itft ItftA luftA ft ftA
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There are many who through inM inL rtfct t 4 4or
or 0 training or both cannot get 1 way aayfrom a awayfrom J Jfrom
from the feeling that they should be beeconomical beeconomlca beeconomical
economical The feeling is as tar as aathey asthey asthey
they go however how 1 for In every po pos posrbie posrbieway > ible ibleway ibleway
way they practice extravagance There Thereis
is always th the guilty conscience con < clenee but butthere butthere butthere
there is a1 also o the stronger objection ohjpctionto
to exerting tin motives tlltm lvell enough to do dowhat dowhat dowhat
what reall really takes thinking and plan planning plannlnl plansing ¬
sing ningOne nlnlOne singOne
One does mud better in buying to tovisit tovisit tovisit
visit the markets and Inspect the goods goodsWhat goodWhat goodsWhat
What could truthf truthfllly illy be called to tomatoes tomatoe tomatoes ¬
matoes or Lima beans from a botanical botanicalpoint botallicalpoint botanicalpoint
point of view might be absolutely atM IutelY use useless uselesa useless ¬
less for food because of their age or orcondition orcondition orcondition
condition Often a dealer Will 01 allow allowhis aJlovhl allowhis
his hl vegetables veg tables to be withered by the thesun thelIun thesun
sun in ordering one i is compelled to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept such thihgs or else return them themand themand thentand
and change ones plans at the last lastminute lastminute lastminute
minute minuteSometimes minuteSomethnes minuteSometimes
Sometimes one price is given n the thacustomer thecustomer
customer who orders by telephone or orby orby orby
by the shops messenger and a lower lowerprice lowerprice t tprice
price Is given the woman who person personally per personally on onant ¬
ally inspects her goods before pur purchasing purchulng purchasing ¬
chasing At any rate the woman who whogoes whogoes whogoes
goes to market gets what she he knows knowsshe knowshe knowsshe >
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