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. 7. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING AUOitw.
H Maine Women Near I Fierce Party Fight Feminine Forces of Two Major Parties Striving Passionately for Best Showing in Significant Balloting By CAROLYN' VANCE Special to The Stanrinrd-F,xnmlnr-r. (Copyright. 1922, by The Standard Exnminor ) Washington Aug . 2J. A fierce struggle Impends in Maine between the opposing: feminine forces of the two major parties Both Democrat find publican women are passionately striving to" make the better showing In that significant of ballots, the ear ly Maine election of September 11. Maine at the moment Is the theater for the warring feminine political ' forces cf the nation as well as for the clashing contingents within the state. j Mrs Emily Newell Hlnlr, the Demo cratic leader. Is In the field. Mrs. Hartiet Taylor I'pton plans to leave "Washington headquarters if the Re publican part) very shortly for Maine. I I Meanwhile she is keeping her long! i distance feminine Intuition at work.1 enabling her to advlSe her lieutenants s : tady there. Mrs, Maud Wood Park.1 ij! national president of thi league of Women Voters, plans to be In Mai lie i next'weok to defend the direct primary system that Is up for repeal In a ref- REAL TEST OP STRENGTH. For the first time there will be a real test of strength between Republi can and Democratic women. Two years aso when the Republican land slide In Maine helped the seven mil lion majority returned throughout the country for Harding there hail been no time to organize the women of either party between the enfranchisement of the sex and the presidential elections. Since that time parties have been coutlng about shooing women Into their respective bailiwicks The ques tion Is. which party has shooe, the greatest number of 'cm Into camp, and also are they going to remain 1 ishooed. Only the outcome of Sep- i-j tembcr 11 will tell. The result, in Its larger aspects will indicate to the nation which party Is making th greater appeal to women. i1 For many months women of both pnrtles have been at work preparing for the fateful September 11 which Is eo highly portentous an event for the ' rest of the country. Mrs. Betsy Ed wards, an oragnlzer for the Repub lican party of nntlon-wide experience has been in Maine sfnee June. With f a troop of men and women she has been canvassing the state. All of the f county fairs have been visited and th. untlring and eloquent Betsy made an ' unprecedented number of "turns." a day, the crowds all hungry she I alma for Knowledge of Republican doctrines FREE CAMPAIGN DINNERS, jji One of the very finest of oratrizes j:' K.i.s sent Into the state by Senatorj J, McdlU McCormlck. the chairman of the Republican speakers' committee. !Sli.- is Mrs Mary Hlght of Chicago Senator MoCormick believes her to be a star when It comes to Juggling campaign argument: and he plans to M'lid her Into every state where a crit ical situation Impends Involving the women She spokS first In Maine at the Republican field day. opening th" campaign at Island Pari: on the shores of sparkling little Lake Cob bosconte The celebration took the form of a bean bake, and millions Of beaits were consumed by thousands of persons, many kegs of pickles being especially provided for the Maine flap pers. The Democrat rally and opening cel ebration took tho form of a shore dinner served to the Democratic hosts ol Maine at Oakland Park, near Rock land. Miss Antoinette Punk, national ly known Democratic women worker, spoke PUZZLING ARGT BfENTS Mrs. Emily Newell Bluir spoke at another rally in Augusta this Week on the tariff. She warned the Maine women thai their whole day would ho ruined when tho pending tariff bill DSCOmes law. p rum ;ne i.me un'i are waked UP bv an alarm clock on 'which tho duty has been raised b per cent until on retiring they don a inlghtle upon which the du;y is also Iralscd "fifteen styen" per cent, there will be nothing but financial worry she touches In heiween the alarm clock ami the nightie will have had !he duty 'raised on It. I Then, of course, the Republican wo men come along and patiently explain 'to tho Maine women that the tariffs are on th" Import prices and not upon Ithe selling prices here In America 'And when both of them get through the Maine women will be t-o muddled they will probably decide to vole for the best looking man and let it go at that DEFENDING PRIMARY. Mrs. Maud Wood Park of the League of Women Voters Is going to Ma no to defend the direct primary law. The women ur- defending the pri mary systems. Two arguments uro used by the proponents of the con vention system They eay that In Mis souri the Democrats were really de feated In their own primaries because a lot of Republicans voted In the wide open primaries for James A Reed for senator, securing his nomination. They also point out to the large amounts of money spent In the Plmhot campaign for the gubernatorial nomination In Pennsylvania. Though the women ad mit that these are things that should be remedied they are not willing to abandon the direct primary system of Voting but realize that it needs ."ome sn f eguards. 1 jBrigham Society! w " o I BRIGHAM Aug. 26. Mrs. O. G Bargeron spent Tuesday at Ogden Mr and Mrs. B. T. Alvord were Og den visitors Tuesday. Mrs. W, E. Bailantyne is spending a few days In Ogden. Patriarch Denmark Jensen and daughter. Trieste returned Tuesday from a three weeks visit in Idaho. Sirs. Hazel HMisen is visiting this week with her sister, Mr. Laura Mer rell of Logan a Mrs. Joseph Wat kins has returned from a few days isit with her daugh ter, Mrs. Alma Baker, of Tremonton Mrs Maria Guyman is visiting at Black Pine with her daughter, Mrs. Jeppson. Fred Sorcnsen is home from his sheep ranch to spend a few days with his family. Mrs. Bvald Peterson left Saturday morning for Ogden and Salt Lake where she will spend the week visit ing relatives and friends. Miss Louise Fowler returned Tues day from Salt Iake where she has been attending summer school at tho university. i Miss Edith Bowen of Logan Is spending a few days in Brigham, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T C Young, and Attorney :md Mrs. EeRoy B. Young . Mr. and Mrs. Ferg Brown and Mr and Mrs Miner Holmes of Montpeller Idaho, were gUCStS at the home of Mr and Mrs. Will R Holmes en route I ickttu I exgnjisire L is the little 2 L Chickering grand ! L piano J 7 It is an instrument A ? ofnobleancestry,a i worthy scion of the great name which, for nearly a hun- j dred years, has j v 6toodforthehigh- 1 est attributes of J L the art of piano- 1 making. BH L! GLEN BROS -ROBERTS ( PIANO COMPANY I to Salem. l'tah, to visit friends a few days'. o a I The following people motored to 'Salt Lake and attended the wedding' I Of Miss Jennie Rae Bloom and DaviOj i Coleman which took place at thcl Newhouse hotel Mr. and Mrs Ben' Abramson. Mr. and Mrs. D. B, Raron, Mrs Orvllle Merrett. Mrs. Richard ' Barry. Miss Helen Evans Miss Flor-1 lence Knudson. Miss Grace Valentine' i and Misa Eulalia Hanson Roan Jensen, who has n bunch of friends In Brigham, has been feeling ! unusually happy for the past few I weeks and some of his friends said It was because the Brigham Peaches were winning the bail games. Final ly Roan came up missing and an ln Vestigatlon disclosed the fact that he departed for Idaho Falls last Satur 'day a week ago, to "visit relatives." But now the secret has been diSCOVer Ctl Mr Jensen was married last Sun day to Mrs. Olelva Jensen by Presi dent Mark Austin at Idaho Falls, and left soon after for St. Anthonv to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ".Joseph 'Jensen who formerly resided in Brig ham There i a "warm " time await ing Mr and Mrs. Roan J-nsen upon arrival here I An informal surprise party was gven Saturday evening, In honor of' Dr. and Mrs. R, T. Willsy, at their, home at 31 North 2nd East street Cards were played at small tables fol-! lowed by dainty refreshments. Be sides the honored guests, those pres- J ent wrere, Dr and Mrs. Leroy Smith Dr and Mrs. Qeorge M. Flster, Mr and. Mrs. W. J. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs 1 George A. Anderson. Mr and M Vosco Call, Mr ond Mrs. W A Call Mr. and Mrs v p r. -'. i ' Mrs. Clifton Pierce A jolly crowd of Rebekahs and Odd I Hows motored to the canyon Prldaj 1 ning where a hot bupper was pre pared over a camp fire. Following upper, games and story telling were ifeaturcd Mr Harry Zenor told In poetry why he is a lochelor and Mr Reese Wight was awarded first prize I for eating the most watermelon in u: minute At eleven o'clock they motor-' .ed homo, having enjoyed a most nleas- lant evening ! A family dinner was given Sundae afternoon, at tho heme of Mrs K C NUight, in honor of the 70th birthday anniversary of her mother. Mro Vere McMaeter; A basket of stox and cos mos centered the table, and the guests , numbered twenty-four Musical se lections were given by tho Harmony Male Quartette. I Miss Ivy Mathlas was hostess to ;the Stitch and Chatter club Friday evening at her home Following the . business discussion, the guests were entepialnod on the lawn., where re I freshmonts were served. Twelve m m ! bera and two guests. Miss Ester Demon of Willard and Miss Adeline Davis, were present. The Social Development club was entertained Friday afternoon, by Mrs. (Henry frogta) and Mrs Norman Jen sen at Mrs. Progley's homo Vases of French marloglds decorated the rooms j A dainty tray luncheon followed sew ing. M r k , Basil Fife, Mrs. William Fife, Mrs. Orlando Peterson and Miss Maud Forsgren were guest- ! Mr. and Mrs. Hjrum S. Ph'elni Mesa City. Arizona, who have Kjtfn doing temple work in Logan aro siiending a few weeks with Mrs and Mrs. Charles Wilson- who reside on the Wilson farm Just north of the city. Mrs Wilson was formerly Miss Gertrude Phelps. j Mrs. Eaura A. Sackett announce jthe engagement ot ntr uailfcuw;!', v., , TMISS HELEN REECE, daughter of Bishop and Mrs. R. T. ' AVi Rcecc of Pleasant View, who left Wednesday for Mich-1 I iejan, where she will attend the Battle Creek normal school of physical education. Miss Reece expects to study there ' three years. 4 . ; to Mr Henry Johnson ot Mantua Marriage to take place the latter part of September in the Salt Eake temple The Book Lovers" club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Miss Lillian Wight Fall flowers were used In the decorations. Two one-aet plajf:, "Ri ders to thf Sea." by John Littlntuoc. Synge, and "Lost Silk Hat." by Lloyd Dunsany. were read by Mrs. J. C. Llr lywhite. Light refreshments were served. Mrs. Harmon Hansen entertained Tin day evening at her home for her husband, whose 40th birthday anm veri iry fell on that day. Games and social conversation featured the eve nings entertainment and a trvy luncheon was served. A huge birth day cake centered tho table. Mrs. Grant Black entertained at a dinner Thursday evening at her home in honor of Misa Graco Kelley. A low bowl of sweet peas centered the table and covers were laid for Mrs B'ack, Mrs. Zlna Jensen, Ada John son. Oliva Jensen. Rilla Tett and i Grace Kelly. Mrs. Ynrniok Hanson entertained Monday evening In honor of the 12th birthday anniversary of her daughter El ma A birthday cake, holdlnp twelve candles centered the dining table. Games were playvd on the lawn and a tray luncheon was served to fifteen Mr and Mrs. Henry E. Parkinson of Portage announce the engagement of tb ir d.'iucot. r, Ilattle. to E Cecil McQavln of Marysvllle, Idnho. The marriage will take plae in the Bait Lake temple in early September. a Mrs. L. ' Harmon, of Reno. Nevada is isitlnpr here with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Llllywhite, before leaving with her husband for u year's tour of the Orient. n m m Mrs. D. R Wright and J A Lee motored to Brigham Sunday and spent the day visiting relatives. w Mrs. T C Waddbupe of Darlington. Idaho, is visiting at the home of Dr and Mrs. Ezra Waddoupa . Miss Margaretta Wells was hostess a, a parcel shower Monday evening at her home, complimenting Mrs. Deverle Hess, ti recent bride. Hand painted vases of Golden Glow were used in the house decorations. The lawn was lighted with electric lights and a pink basket was plaeed In the center, to receive the gifts Dancing selections were given hv th' Misses Fern Stokes, Lllllnn Fife and Margar. itta Wells, and wars the perfect appearance of tier comrlfxlnn PcrmsncntanJ temporary fckln irneiilcs arc cflectlvcl cenccaleJ. Kedtjcci unnatural color and corrccti greaiy sV-.lni. Highly analeptic. Smd 15c. for Trial SUe im FERD T HOPKINS & SON. New York BANISH GRAY HAIR TV f ANY charming flCH BIT acrd by pre mstureH graying hair. If through ill nrrj or exposure to harth elements your hair has become Cray. strtaLcd or faded, "Erowratcirie" will brinj- baclc the lock of youth. Thousands of women have tinted thrlr hair to natural thad..s with this mod ern aid to beauty. Any shade from eolden brown to black. Acts ln;tantl, easily ap plied and guaranteed hamdejs to hair, scalp or akin. All dealers 50c and $1 50. Trial bottle icut direct for 10c. The Ecnton Pbarmacal Co., 610 Coppla Uldfe. , Corlagton. ily. BR0WM0NE musical numbers were enjoyed. At a late hour a dainty luncheon was serv iu on the luwn to eighteen guests. Mrs. Milton Jensen entertained at a lawn party Monday afternoon in honor of the .sixth birthday anniver sary of her daughter. Ruth. Games were played on the lawn and refresh ments were-served to twenty little guests, Mrs. Orion Jensen and Mrs. Emery Rees assisted Mrs. Jensen in entertaining. In honor of Mrs, Ed. Richardson, a parcel shower was given Monday eve ning by the M C. Society, at the home I of Miss Hortense Poulsen. Games and dancing were enjoyed, followed by refreshments, served at small tables, each Centered with a low bowl of nas turlums. .The guests numbered twen- iy-six. Mrs C. W. K nudson was hostess at an attractive Kensington Monda af ternoon at her home, in compliment to Mrs. S. L. Brick of Ogden Pink and white roses In crystal baskets, tied with pink ribbons decorated the rooms and luncheon table. Twelve guests were bidden. Mrs. Alvin Stauller and daughter, Alice, of Bear River City, were host esses at a Kensington at their home nil day Vednesday. Tall vases of Gladoll decorated the rooms At noon a hot chicken dinner was served and late In the afternoon the guests were served with coffee. During the ;ifUrnoon needlework was enjoyed and ! music was furnished by Miss Lucille Burnhope. in the evening light re freshments were served ! The guests Included the Mesdnmes Mary 8. Peter eon of Logan. Phoebe lsen and Henry Stander of Brlgh.im, and N. P. Jensen. C C, Johnson. William Jensen. Levi Anderson, Fred Peterson Peter An derson. Carol Anderson. James Ander son. Carol Iverson, James Ipson. John Holmgren, Orson Jensen, K. H Fre dall, Oluf Miller, Isaac Burnhope and Miss Lucille Burnhope. Complimenting Miss Grace Kelly und her mother, Sarah Ann Kelly, who are leaving September 1st for an In definite utay in California, a social was given Monday evening by Miss Ada Johnson and Mrs. Zlna Jensen. Baskets of Golden Glow decorated tho rooms attractively, Bpicy games were played and music was enjoyed, follow ed by a buffet luncheon. Besides the hostess and the guests of honor, those present were the Mesdames Wallace Jonien, Henry Ogaard, Harvey Hansen. O. C Jensen. Henry Thome, .Mary Johnson. Jesse Knudson, Grant Black nnA l,, Mlcunv V..III., T..r..r ITInr. lenco Stokes. Gladys Holton. Yilladeno 1 " 'on, Connie Jensen and Ollva Jensen. Aerial navigation problems can now be solved by means of a wind tun-f nel built out of doors by the United Statea bureau of standards. SUCH PAINS IS THIS WOMAN HAD Two Months Could Not Turn in Bed. I Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Com- j pound Finally Restored Health Seattle, Washington. "I had drag ging pains first and could not stand on I a . I -1 li itjLjij ij 1 1 1 f 1 1 m let' jjpejBH lump there. I could f'' 9m C( could not Ir llhM fr over tv',onionths, j U,- I trying everytliing ijiim: 'III anv one me uj)" ' til my sister brought me a bottle of Lydia IE Pinkham's ege tablo Compound. I took it regularly un til all the hard pains had left me and I was able to be up and to do my work ngain. The hard lump left my side and I lcel splendid in all ways. 1 know of many women it has helped, " Mrs. G. Richardson, 464U Orcas St, Seattle, Washington. This is another cape where Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound brought refiultaafter"tryingcvcrything any one told me" had failed. If you aro sufForing from pain, ner vousness and are always tired; if you aro low spirited and good for nothing, take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. You may not only relieve the present distress, but prevent the development of more uerious trouble. Mr. and Mrs. C A Dean returned to Ogden Tuesday after having visited many cities of Idano. They aiso at tended the Drolllnger reunion nt Ulackfoot, Idaho ! J G Tllty cf the Wyoming Sugar company, left Wednesday for a vis it to the northwest and coast cities. Mrs. Fred H Bond and two small sons and Harry Bond ar visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Smith at Palis ade, New, for two weeks a Mr. and Mrs. Emll Eklund, Mr. and Mrs, J H Rhine and Mrs. Charles Rhine of Evanston. Wyo , motored to Eogan and Preston to spend the week-end Mrs Ray Pearson and son. Har I old. have gone to southern I'tnti for a two weeks' motor trip. At Ephralm they will be the house guests of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Thorts. and at Eu i reka they will be thr house guests of 1 Judge and Mrs Tike ! Mrs R. J. White, Mrs Nettle x. ' HOUX, )r. and Mrs Henry Nelson und Mr. and Mrs Joseph E. Evans ; have returned from a visit to the I W'hltw ranch In Cleveland. Idaho En ; route home they spent a day at Lava ; Hot Springs Mr. ami Mrs Jessie C. ' arver hav returned home from an auto tour of Yellowstone park and Jackson Hole, Mrs Lester W. Payne and sons. Richard and Marc, left Sunday for Seattle, where they will visit with Mrs Puyne's sister Mrs Spenacr Adams, Mrs Geo. Halverson and Mrs. E T Spencer were Salt Eake visitors Thursdaj . Mr and Mrs Russell Li Davenport , and two children have returned to their home In Ho'' oke. Mass.. after a Seven Weeks' vls.wltli Mr Daven port's father. J, Davenport, and sister, Mrs. Geo. R Whltmeyer Mrs. lllard S. Bingham and two daughters, Virginia an Norma, who had been visiting Mrs Bingham's par ents, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Parr for twi) weeks, have returned to their home In Provo. s, Mrs J W Farnsworth visited rela tives In Salt Eake Thursdav. In compliment to Mrs. Jane Perry of Porterville Calif.. Mrs John T. Taylor entertained Informally at bridge Tuesday afternoon at her home on Tyler avenue and Twenty-fifth street. uemners ann tneir families and friends of Phllathea Sunday school class held a picnic at the Eorln Farr park Friday evening. Alumnae members of the Sacred Heart academy of Ogden and the alumnae members of St. Mary's school of Salt Ixke will have an out ing at Iigoon Monday, August 28 A large class will be lntiated in Sliver Review No. 1. W. B. A., at their regular meeting In the W O W hall Wednesday evening, August 30 All members are invited to be present The social committee consisting of Mrs. Forbes and her helpers will servo rr f reshments. The members of the Qulnlentos Five Hundred club were entertained Mon day afternoon by Miss Frances Cool Idge at her home, 1M99 Taylor av enue. Two tables of five hundred were placed Mi."s Virginia Gustave son receiving the prize. A luncheon was serVecT, flowers adorning the table, f'overs were laid for the follow ing members: Mls6 Virginia Gustave son. Miss licrnlce Harris, Miss Leah Jones. Miss Phyllis King, Miss Al thea Russell, Miss Lyndall Smith and Miss Pauline Wright. 1 r and Mrs. E C. Dalllmore have returned home from a trip through Yellowstone park William Christensen of the Chrls tensen school of dancing will atteno the convention of the merlcan So ciety of Teachers of Dancing at Salt Lake The convention vvni last fnr two weeks, beginning YVednesdav. August 30 A number of eastern teachers will be lYi attendance. Staph ano Mascogno, the ballet masOr of New York, will also bo present at the convention. Miss Rattle Storey left Saturday for Portland. Ore., for a one month's visit with Mrs A. W Brown Miss Margaret Coffey of Sacra mento, Calif., is visiting for a month with Miss Elva Gilchrist. 2637 Adams a venue. Mr. o,nd Mrs. Charles Cillpln of Rock SprlngH. Wyo.. are visiting at the horpe of Mrs. Bert Gilchrist. a Miss May Hemmlngs and her broth er, Walter J Stoker, left Saturday for California. The marriage of Miss Prlscllla Kingston and V O. Maw. both of this eitv, was sniemnlzed in tho Salt Lake Temple Friday, August 18. Mr and Mrs. Maw left soon after tho cer emony with friends for an automo bile t.oir of Cf.ih and Idaho. They will make their home In this city. Mrs. Julia McGlnlcy has returned home from a six weeks' trip to Den ver and other Colorado cities. Mrs L N. Moore of San Francisco formerly or this city, Is visiting with her sisters, Mrs Ioulse Conway and Mrs J. T. McGlnloy Mrs Moore will remain In Ogden until the return of her husband from a business trip to tho Orient. Carroll B Klescl of Butte, Mont., is visiting relatives In this city, after a month s training In the cltlzenus' training camp at Fort Douglas. Mr and Mrs, George Halverson had as their guests Thursday Dr. and Mrs. W, E. Whltaker of Kaysvllle. Mr and Mrs. Virgil P. Cain and daughter. Miriam, and son, Virgil. Jr.. moved to Ogden from Salt Lake Thursday They aro at home at 13G7 Twenty-fifth street. Mr. and Mrs. Cain are former residents of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horrocks and son. Richard, Jr , and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horrocks aro spondlng two weeks In South Fork canyon. Mrs. A. P Blgelow and Mrs Marrl ner Browning spent Friday in Salt Lake. Dr and Mrs. G. Emmett Brownlnsr and Miss Marianne Browning speut Thursday in Salt Lake Mrs James Iv crs, Jr , of Salt Iake visited here last week-end, the gucf of her sister. Mrs Royal J. Douglas. Mrs. W. H Shearman and her guest. Miss Edith Shearman, of Port- Announcement 1 We are now ready for business iu our new locitfl 2448 Washington avenue-. u-.t tht telephone offiS Here we have a complete line of Autumn Milliner H Our enlarged display room gives us better .ppf.rtunitJ to supply the demands of the ladies of this corumurriS Besides, as our overhead expenses are reduced from thosfl in ur former location the Eccles building wc are 3' ferinp our merchandise at lower prices. We have secured the services of designers with reegl mendatiou from the largest and best wholesale homes 3 the East they are now with our new store. If you will give us a chance to serve jon, it tvillfl done with your welfare for both style and price at heufl We thank- (.u 'i.r ;. our p: . p;i 1 1 ..nag.? ;in.l antlcipttj your visit to our now establishment Princess Milliner A land. Ore , were Salt Iake vLsitors ednesday. In honor of Horace Taylor rery of Porterviiio, Cai. who win leave Sep tember 7 for the Swiss-German mis sion of the Mormon church, a pro gram and dance were given In the Second ward chapel and amusement hall Friday evening Mr. Peery Is the son of Mrs. Jane Taylor Peery' of Porterville, Cal . formerly of this city. f was a sophomor-- at the Univer sity of l'tah last year. The program Included the following numbers: oal solo. Margaret Romnlne Mrs G. Kmmett Browning) of Nw Acirk, reading, Mrs Pauline Malan K'.uns. solo dance, Mlis Ruth Stevens, talk. Bishop W. E. Newman. I Miss Anna Corey and Mrs. Boyd C. Lindsay arrived yesterday from j New York, where they have spent the summer, the guests of Mrs. J. A. I Xorthrup. Mrs. T. D McCall and her two chil dren of Nampa Ida., are visiting with Mrs. SicCall'S parents. Mr. ami Mrs J A McGce. 2531 Van Bur-n avenue Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, formerly of Honolulu, Is visiting In Ogden for a I few weeks, the house gust of Mrs I Geneve Jackson of .'759 Adams ave nue. The Ninth ward will give a party called "Yo Heave Ho" Thursdav eve ning. August 31, at 8:30 o'clock, In the Ninth ward amusement hall. Ev en body Is invited to attend. a The following were Ogden guests at th breakfast srlven by the Lambda Phi Lambda sorority of the Univer sity of Utah Monday morning at the Lindsay country home at Taylorsv Illy, followed by a swimming party at Cry stal lake Miss Blanche Barton, Miss Florence Turner, Miss Gladys Ri h. Miss Phyllis McGlnloy. Miss Trude Turner and Miss Josephine Volker. Mrs. W. Riley Brown and Mrs. T Fred Farr and their children and Mrs Frank J Foulger have returned irom a week's stay at Como springs Mrs Lydia H Tanner and her gusts, Major and Mrs E. Santschl. h.ne returned from a TeJt In rough Yelle.wston ) srk. Mfl M rs s.int- I I t .' gone ta IB sp'-nd a few davs with frlaslH Miss Caroline William?, B visit in it In ' gJen, th sS tnd .Mrs. P W HtBdtrjJ) In Brigham tho guet eH B Young RA for her homo In PhlladflphjB n,i W SA MILLS SOON" WARSAW, A)g. 2-"TIlB tlolowlezs -r.talaBJ t iousands . acres of unfllfS .r.raglng the Attention aB cor " ho .ir' DC'0P leases At the same time ifl uslne; . Int. rests have cnt'sS w i In c o m pADT ejt. H. Smith 1 - ' I" ad' Iser '? ihtM l.-gation -it VTarsA. li MM a tour of Inspection of taM Ian s. Hot Summer Sun Trying On The Complei How to Protect Your Skin and K Bring Roses to Your Cheeks A Free Oatmeal Prescription Doe$ It Work Overnight. You can Prepare It at Homo New York Kxposuro to sun. duM and wind has a very bod offect upon the skin and complexion Thor Is a way to over come thla. "It Is my own discovery and It takes Just one night to get such mar velous rcsultH." says Mao Edna Wilder when her friends ask 'her about her won derful complexion and tho Improved ap pearance of hT hands and anus "You can do the 3anie thing If you follow my advice." ahe .says "I feel It im duty to tell very plrl and woman what thla won derful preacrlptlon did for me. "Juat think of It all this change In a single night. I never tiro of telling others Juat what brought about such remarkable results. Here Is the Identical prescrip tion that removed every defect from my face, neik, handa and arm T "nt II jou try It you can form no Idea of the mar velous chnnge It will make in Just one application. The preacrlptlon whlrh wuu can prepare at your ov n home is ai fol lows : "Go to any grocery storp and get ten cents worth of ordinary oatmcnl, and from anv toilet counter a bottle of der wlllo Follow the dlrectlono for using oatmeal aa given in every package of der wlllo. If It Ss more convonfent. vou can use Derwlllo-Outmcal Soap Inatcud of oatmcaL Tho first application of drwlllo will astonish ou it makes the akin appear transparent, smooth and velvety, giving anyone a youthful appearance. "I especially- recommend this method for a dark sallow- skin, shiny nose tan. coarse porea, rouph skin ruddiness, wrin kles and In fact every blemish the face hands and ajtm are heir to." If yoiu Aiuik. or cheat Is discolored from . -lon.nV defect f""V will not produce or Mnaul ' Of nalr h ri UliaH So matter ho rf"J" .e tStK1 hands ivnd nrnif or have had through hard wlllo combination will cr m. transformation sSs nil Hon ,V i,noth. r uf,,e2 mSK two well mown 8 "MUiBSi says ' Thv first -'.-idISB'- d.rfui J' rwlll0V;aKrti lnBS astonish you H lmir A ,,, -he Bkln and m't tt-W, plexlon tveryone u" ti...i is hy i i--rVithou"BS; - and am n -i My, I wrlt.-s i m oKin ioosHH Tor anrona J5V toilet ;.r.p-ir-.;on. ir vm m p.-r.onai ulf Note '!le:.bd'rtmMi, ed h ffVerJpa5Plmcn "''Tsm1- stts ,r,n;! im 1 nS$K, ! wfl? rsfund fS under none 41I dW rlr payment 9,Xlnfyr--Ad"fti j eluding A m