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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 5
E SOC ETY 1
TODAYS EVENTS
t Mrs W H McIntyre and Mrs
Fred Dern will entertain this after
noon with a bridge tea the first of
a series to be given at the Mc
Intyre home h I Seventh avenue
A theatre party will be given
by Mrs O H Parker this after
C noon at the Colonial theatre
An informal luncheon will be C
given today by Mrs H G Mc C
Unan COmplimentary to Mrs C
Joseph Brinlter of St Louis and C
C Mrs Kinkead of Berkley Cal
C
C Mrs Archibald E Rykert of C
3 Paris will be the guest of honor at
C an afternoon tea to be given tOday
from 3 to 6 oclock
Mrs C H Iorehouse will be
C the hostess this afternoon at a
C bridge ten to be given at her home
C In First avenue
C
C A five hundred party will be C
C given this evening by Mr and Mrs
3 George Putnam In honor of Mayor
C and Mrs John S Bral ford
Mrs Walter E Eldredge and
C Mrs John K Nicholson will enter C
tarn this afternoon with a five C
C hundred party to be given at the C
C home of Mrs Nicholson In E street
C
C Mrs W A Critzer will be the
honored guest at an Informal Ken
C sington tea to be given this after C
C nIn at the home of Mrs E O
C Lee In the Miller flats
C
C Mrs L Mayer will be the hostess C
this afternoon at a bridge tea to
C be given at her home in the Oaks
C apartments CC
C An informal bridge party of the
C day will be that with which Miss o
C Kate Groo will entertain a few C
C friends this afternoon at her home
C in South Fourth East street
C C VV s K v Vq
Mrs Orange J Salisbury jr was the
hostess last night at a delightful din
L r pHrty given In honor of Miss Gene
rve lIcCornlck whose marriage to
Walker Salisbury will take place a
tiseek from today
Captain and Mrs T R Harker Lieu
tmat and Irs Clark Elliott Lieu
tenant Stillman and Mrs O H Parker
Here guests at a theatre party given
last night at the Salt Lake theatre
A delightful dinner party given last
eel ning was that with which Mrs F E
IGl1rrin entertained a few friends In
formally at her home In the Bransford
lpartments Covers were laid for six
cUsts
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Two delightful affairs given yester
day were the card parties It the home
of Irs J J Buswell In ThIrd avenue
thp hostesses being Mrs W M Buswell
l1 Mrs J J Buswell In the after
ron > a bridge tea was given five tables i
being played and the prizes being
awarded to Mrs C H Iorehouse Mrs
A H Ensign Mrs A H Peabody
Mrs Charles Blanchard and Mrs Both I
well In the evening tfie hostesses en
tertained sUt tables at a five hundred I
party Those who assisted 111 the sere
ing were Mrs J n Davis and Mrs
Mark Reedall In the dining room a
coldr scheme of green and white vas I
carried out In the decorations Dainty
point lace doilies covered the table and
n cluster of white carnations In a silver I
vase formed the table centerpiece
Sprays of asparagus ferns were strewn
about the table with pretty effect I
Throughout the other rooms yellow 0
chrysanthemums were used In the dec I
orations II I I
A delightful bridge tea given yester I
day afternoon was that with which Mrs
S L Mayer entertained at her home
In the Oak apartments Vases of yel
low asters were used with pretty ef
feet In decorating the small bridge
tables Five tables were played and the
prizes were awarded to Mrs Wilbur
Henderson Mrs L L Archer Mrs M
B Stanley Mrs Nottage and Irs Olive
Gaylord Mrs Mayer was assisted In
serving by Mrs Weir James I
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A pretty affair given yesterday was
the ten given by Irs Murray Godbe
and her sister Miss Clint Young at the
home of Mrs Godbe The guests of
honor were Mrs A W Jacobs and Mrs
C L Jacobs who will leave Saturday
for their home In Rochester N Y Thp
house was charmingly decorated in
clusters of yellow chrysanthemums
Eighteen guests were Invited to meet
the complImented guests I
Mrs John L Bowman was the hostess 1
yesterday afternoon at the regular meet
Ing of the Womans club The house
was prettily decorated in the seasons
asters and
flowers chrysanthemums 0
carnations being combined with pretty I
effect On the dining table a large
mound of the blossoms was used Dur
Ing the afternoon a delightful literary I
and musical program was rendered a
special feature being the delightful
readings given by James Rennie The I
next meeting of the club will be held
at the home of Mrs T W Whlteley
I
Tuesday Nov 23
The members oC the Qulngenta Card
club were entertained at the home of i
Mrs Simon H Black at her apartments I
In the Arlington in First avenue The
prize winners In the card games were
Mrs C H Harlan Mrs H W Sher
wood and Mrs F Shumwa Irs W
H Ellison of East Second South street
will be the hostess of the club at its
I next meeting to be held Tuesday after
noon Nov 23
i
A notable wedding that took place In
Denver yesterday was that of Miss I
Jessie Peabody daughter ot former I I
Governor James Peabody and Lieu1 i
tenant Cuthbert Powell Steams of the I
Third United States cavalry Miss
Hnette Baer of this city was an at
tendant of the bride
Miss Genevieve IcCornlck who wilt
be married next week will be the com
plimented guest at a luncheon to be
given Thursday afternoon by Irs
Union Worthington at her home In Sec
ond avenue
At the next meeting of the Regimental
Bridge club to be held at the hop hall
at Fort Douglas on Friday evening
Nov 26 those entertaining will be Mrs I
w A Cavanaugh Irs Clark Elliott
Lieutenant Garey and Lieutenant Hud
dleson
Walker Salisbury will be the host at
a stag dinner to be given for a number
of his friends on Thursday evening at
the Alta club
A party that win leave soon for Call
forma Includes Mrs S J Lynn Miss
Lynn and Mrs Cowan
=
T R Ferguson left Tuesday for Long
Beach Cal for a few weeks visit
Miss RomcAa King has returned from
a visit of several weeks in Provo where
she had been the guest of her cousin
Miss Zola Jitoutz Miss King was ac
companied home by Miss Houtz who
will be a guest at the King home for a
short time
Mr and Irs George A Smith will
spend the winter In southern Utah
where they go for the benefit of Mr
Smiths health
W A Critter of Berkeley will arrive
In Salt Lake tomorrow and will visit
in the city for a few days
k c
llr and Mrs A Q Adamson left
last week for their new home in Foe
Foo China after a pleasant visit with
former friends in this city
Miss Frances Castleton who will b3
married this month to Anchor Shade
will be the guest of honor at a luncheon
to be given Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs A D Hughes On Mon
day evening Nov 15 Miss Mamie VIiU
will entertain III honor of Miss Castle I
ton with a five hundred party to bp
given street at her home in Fourth Fast
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TrImmed Hats
875
Wednesday Thurs
day and Friday we fea
ture an exhibit and sale
of exclusive trimmed
hats at 875worth
1200 and 1500
The styles are the au
thentic modes for street
and dress fashionable
in shapes shades ma
terials and trimmings
There are no two alike
individually exclu
sive and petite Buy
your hat at Banks
itll cost less
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But would you put it in your I
eofee ia preference to rich
cream Hardly
Ordinary Vanilla
May Be Pure
But why injure the Savor of
your desserts when you can get
the finest purat most delicious
extract made at practically the
lame cost
BURNETTS I
VANILLA I
surpasses ordinary vanilla as
much as rich Slfpuses i
slammed milk A triAl bottle
will convince you
I THE DAILY PATTERN i
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FRONT CLOSING WAIST
There are several advantages In this
design as it has thc general appearance
collar and
I of n dress waist with pointed
tucks in front and back but is as easily
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The collar
dressing sacqZo
on nS a
put
I the neck of the waist und
I I is sewed to
both dose in front with buttons t
I The material used for the madel illus
I I trated was plain white with tiny bands
pink used on the front
of bright rose
i collar and cuffs The ruffled edge is
white lawn with a tiny binding of the I
I pmk
I prlsis pattern Is cut In five sites 92 > to i
Size 36 requires 313
I 40 bust rnensurc
yards of g1 inch material Price of pat
tern 4i2 is 10 cents
No 4j a
Name 1
Address I
Size 4 1
Fill ont hunk amt semi to Pattern
1 1cIJarlment gf this n ivspaicr 1 1 I
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No Approvals P Savings are 4000
No Exchanges 5000 J 6000 and as
None Reserved high as 7500 of the
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PHONES Independent227
Call all Departments BellEXCHANGE 22
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I Today Is the Third Day of Our Mammoth
L I r l
I Ready to Wear Sal
I I I
The greatest sale ever inaugurated in the citys history50OOO worth of new I
crisp fres11fromthefactory winter weary es purchased for 25OOO50c on i
SS the dollar A purchase unparalleled in the annals of
New York merchandisinggreater than our sensa
tional purchase of a year agothe greatest business
transaction ever consummated by anyone house in
t p 4
VT v ii the Westa tremendous scoop
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Wi f C Our entire suit sectionour entire un
t sectionour entire juvenile
t Lu section is devoted to this eventour
r I entire annex is one mammoth bar
l L i s gain counter this Week
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1 i All day Monday and Tuesday our readytowear annex was
ill uI It 4gJ crowded with thousands of eager enthusiastic shoppers Today is
a the third day of this phenomenal readytowear event Tables are
h 1 i crovdedracks are fullselections are satisfactory throughout this
i W i tremendous stock Come
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I Until Saturday Night at 930 It Lasts I
I A Brief Synopsis of the Reductions I
Savings are 4000 5000 6000 and as High is 7500 of the Actual Values
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OnePiece Winter Dresses Tailored Silk Petticoats Tailored Cloth Winter Suits
2250 OnePiece Winter Dresses995 750 Tailored Silk Petticoats o 00395 2500 Tailored Cloth Winter Suits 0 1295
2J00 OnePiece Winter Dresses1195 1000 Tailored Silk Petticoats 0 595 3500 Tailored Cloth Winter Suits 0 1695
2750 OnePiece Winter Dresses1295 1200 Tailored SIlk PettIcoats 695 3750 Tailored Cloth Winter Suits 1995
2850 OnePIece Winter Dresses 1495 4000 Tailored Cloth Winter Suits 1995
3000 OnePiece Winter Dresses1495 Net and Lace Waists 4500 Tailored Cloth Winter Suits 2295
3250 OnePIece WInter Dresses 1595 5000 Tailored Cloth Winter Suits 2495
3500 OnePiece Winter Dresses1695 1650 Imported Net and Lace Waists995 7500 Tailored Cloth Winter Suits 3495
4250 OnePiece Winter Dresses 0 1695 1250 Imported Net and Lace Waists 695 10000 Tailored Cloth Winter Suits 4295
3500 Imported Net and Lace WaIsts 1695
Tailored Walking Skirts 3750 Imported Net and Lace Waists 1895 Modish Winter Coats
5000 Imported Net and Lace Waists 2995
750 Tailored Walking Skirts 395
Fitted and Sem fitted Coats995
875 Tailored Skirts 495 1750
Walking Handsome Silk Waists
1075 Tailored Walking Skirts o 495 4000 FItted and Semlfitted Coats 2495
1500 Tailored Walking Skirts 0 0 695 750 Handsome Silk Waists choice 395
1800 Tailored Walking Skirts 0 895 875 Handsome Silk Waists choice 495 Smart Military Capes
2000 Tailored Walking Skirts 995 1075 Handsome Silk Waists choice 495
2250 Tailored Walking Skirts 1095 1650 Handsome Silk Waists choice 695 1750 Broadcloth Military Capes 995
1500 Pa irs ot Men s Hos e A tfepartm great hosIery midweek that bargaIns oD ers sale the of in most the the sweeping season mens l
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35c 50c Mens Hose in Fancy Checks StriDes Plaids and
Women Embroidered PatternsToday and Until Sold
Vests and Pants
FIfteen hundred paIrs of men fancy hose in a great selection of
Womens vests and pants light effects and 0 checks and embroIdered
color patternsplaids strIpes
ribbed white cotton fleeced gar 2 5
mrnts 8ize 4 to each wanted 6 weight 25c ands hosiery SIZeS from 911 to I1t11 worth 35c and 50ctoday and 0 C
o special until sold special the paIr o 00 0
Hosiery Items From the Center Aisle Domestic SnaDs From Todays Bargain Tables
Infants cashmere hose in silk toe and Womens fancy hose in a great assort German bath robe cloth an assortment White fleeced crib blankets size 36 by
hcelchoice of colors an extraordi ment of patterns 25c ani 35c quail of fifty patterns to select from the 54 inches dainty and newworth
o value the ties special the pair17 largest line ever featured in the de 75c the pair
the nary pair 2 O c 3 pairs for 0 5 0 C partmentthe yard l sale C
25c35e and 4 iJC
Childrens guaranteed hose heavy and Womens 35c and 50c fancy hose a Excellent quality double fold dress per Silkoline coveted comforts filled with
medium ribbed qualities two weights great special on the argain tables Gales aU dark colorings 31 inches white selected cotton knotted size
sale the wide worth lOc the 72 by 78 inches
the 35c
pair tJ
3 paIrs for 0 1 0 0 paIr 0 0 2 5 C yardsale 0 0 0 71l 2c worth 150 eachsale uJ 1 2 0
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