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' '' ' ' ' ' ' .:m.'nm , : ' Anonymeu. 1 hear that 70a got Into trouble by using an aaonymoos commnnleatloa tq your pnper." remarked the country tm lawyer. "I Cld." replied Ui country towu editor. "But Tin carryi-ng- a not.ce la the nxt Issue that hereafter anonymous communications will not ba published unless the writ-er name to signed," Cincinnati En-quirer. ' '' .."-- '' . COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS. ' Next Sunday, being November 11, and the tenth ana!versary of the sign. Ing of the Armistice that ended the World War, will be observed aa World Peace Sunday. f A special program appropriate to the occasion has been planned for the Morning Worship hour ; at e'even O'clock. Members of the American Legion will be present, and ail the people of the community are cordially Invited to observe thla solemn occaalon with ua. J Church services will be held in the ' i I Copperfleld school house next Sunday j evening at'7:30 o'clock. Everyone la Invited to attend these services. j' f . The November meeting of the OfM. clal Board will be held at the Church on next Monday evening. The Ladles Aid Society will meet each week for the next month and 1 prepare for the Bazaar which la to be held In the early part of December. ARMISTICE DAY TENTH ANNI. VERSARY. ' On next Sunday, there will have passed ten years since the signing of the Armistice which brought to a Cose tl.e great world war. On that date. In celebration of the notable event, millions, not alone in the Unit, ed States, bat In almose all nations of the civilised wor".d, will In different ways commemorate its tenth anni-versary. In as much as this fl&te alls an Sunday this year, Monday will gener-ally be observed as official Armistice day. The local Legion of Bingham, under whctee auspices the event will be conducted will, hctd a carnival dunce here on next Saturday evening. Preparations are being made to their Mends and patrons something unique aud different In the way of a program No information has been forthcoming as to the nature of tiie events but we can assure yon that you are due for a surprise if you attend. .. ' Only Pour Francs. , ' Slant ere, Somewhere ' '"A butcher was driving a cow to the slaughter pen," relates the At toons Tribune, "when a stranger stepped bint and asked, "What are yoa going to do with that cowf 1 am going to kill ber, said the butcher. Oh. . I wouldn't do that,' Mid the stranger. 'Too feed ber for awhile and I think the wtU Hv" e , Novel Sewing Machine. A portable electric sewing machine la entirely inclosed In an onk cover w rase, and when not lo me It can be ;lneod out of thi wny under a couch or n a flowt alielf. The mnchlnc Is oper-"te- d from any lump o'kt by either llruct or alrcruiiMn? 'iirrtit Mr. and Airs. A. C Larick were Uln-ite- r fiujuvu of Mr. uuU Mrs. l&m Aby-pi- e Juursuuy evening of butt week. ' Mm. W. S. Jones entertained WeU- - " ueeu-- y ewuiug tkl Let' LOiuv U tiat uiittt bouoiuig uer mother, mm IMh-- y V. Clays 7Ulh birthday anniversary Uiiuge w(j tue feature. The supper Labie was very attractive with Hallo-ee-suggestions. Places were laid for the guemt of honor and Mrs. Joe . Kemp, Mrs. Neva Abel, Mra George . Bolman, Mrs. O. S. Jensen, Mrs. U. - Clays, Mrs. Bertha Clays, Miss Daisy Kendall, Mlas Varna Skankey, and Mra. Brink Covey. , ., '.... Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Jensen visited relatives In Salt Lake Thursday and Friday. j - ' e ' ' Ahe local Masonic lodge entertain, ed in Masonic Hall Tuesday evening of last week for their wives, members of the Eastern Star and their hus-bands. Bridge was played and re-freshments were served to 75 guests. The committee In charge of arrange, ments was Mrs. Joe Kemp, Mrs. Jaa. Barkle, Mr. Ben Wetdman and Mr. T. Porter. I eee'' Mrs. Rulon Killlon. was hostess to tho Gleaner girls at an old fashioned party at her home In the Grandaulet apartments Tuesday evening of last week. The guests Included, Misses Alta Acord, Dora Hansen, Lora Cart-ing;, Verona Graham, Adele Peters, Florence Cbllds, Annie Masters, Ag. nea, Margaret and Lola Carrigan. Evelyn Sparks, Mary Masters, Melba Gardiner, Verna Baer, Mrs. A. E. Pearson, Mrs. Elmo Steffansen, Mrs. i, Lois Barlow, Mrs. Clifford Rled, Mis. Blanch Rled, Mrs. Edna Newman, ' Mrs. Alfred Knight, Miss Nona Ner- - din and Miss E. Larsen. '( i a a Mrs. Theo. Chester, asaisted by Mrs. A. A. Macke entertained the Civic Club at the home of Mrs. Chesler Thursday afternoon Mrs. Edna P. . Wade gave a very interesting talk on "Utah Poets." Luncheon was served s after the regular meeting. ' ' ' " ' i Misses Lucille and Lola Carrigan entertained the Nu I girls Thursday evening of last week.' Luncheon was -- served to Agnes James, Lilas Bird, Helen Candland, Adele Peters, Dora Hansen, Blanche Larsen, Viola Jeasen, Maud SUllman, Lots Barlow, Alta Acord, Annie Masters and Mrs. Edna P. Wade. s v .: v - Attorney A. C. Cole has purchased Dominic Pazzopane property at 379-3- 81 Main street. " Mr. Pezzopane will continue to run Grocery store. Harry Johnson will continue his business In the Cash Meat Market at S81 Main sL Ln0m " , Walter Ablanalp entertained Friday evening at his home in Copperfleld. The guests included: Florence and Bert Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fer-rl-n, Sarah Strand, Bertha Moffat, Ruth Johnsen, Marine Delaney, Don. na Thomas, Ethel Watkina, Willard 'Nichols, J. D. Caulfleld, Clyde Ken. dall and Tom Hurley. , Miss Jaquette Lyon entertained at her home In opperton Friday evening. Games formed the diversion. Refresh-ments were served to 14 guests. . 'WWW ' Mrs. James Denver was hostess to '. the TJ 0 I G Club Thursday evening at her home In Copperfleld. Bridge was the diversion of the evening. A two course luncheon was served to Mrs. James Denver, Mrs. A. O. Mug-fu- r, Mra. Ivan Terry, Mrs. George P. Johnson, Mrs. Charles Winn, Mrs. J. Khudsen, Mrs. Clinton Poulsen, Mrs. Richard Wells, Mrs. Ray Buckle, Mrs. W. E. Scott, Mrs. Charles Hudson and Mrs. Jannibelle Sullivan, : Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Miller entertain, ed the Alibi Club Saturday evening of last week. Delightful refreshments were served to fourteen guests. - Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mitchell enter, tained at a midnight supper Wednes. day evening following the Fireman's dance In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-thur X Sorensen who leave thla week for California to spend the winter. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Santlstevan, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Severen Grandqulst, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Linnell and Mrs. Don Mc Gee of Salt Lake City. ..!.'. mm-- : ' T ..... - .... v .fr- .... OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOflOOOOOCQOO T . Va o Jc --mC ' c11 SATIN BUCK 2 iy I v J' ' 12X5 & 13,25 yard " ; O ' ',' K I 1 5 " working hand in hand with fash- - O v 1 jO on an 3 presented here m any J ""jrW'V nuniher of beautifl new designs. ' FLOWERED GEORGETTE JA V $2.50, ; rr&A ! Fashionable women are using; j3 this lovely material for lingerie f i) 4ii ? this season. It is 40 inches wide iit q and comes in lovely colors-- ' yJ-- A Slij 1 Ji-1- ' 1' MODERN SILKS e fP $2,0 T0 12-5- 0 :: w ; if wjf)!&&f some of the newest silks are un- - . fi vflL usual--v S&V and are very chic A J ':, , ,79 u 28 . host of a' tractive designs here. Ibingham mercantile go. 1 ; ' THE BIG STORE. J - j. - - Tftl1-I','lfrf- ;";3.fenney-- . . ...... The Authentic Vogues in : ;i prices typical of 1 li I r cur vd:i'&ving , : tz. : . 3 ' V 4 ' - are b vsiwl il'. I M75, j i , '' j j V ' for Wm, UUtt Jtmhn i ' 7 " V , , V i 'rhott irEa aswt hm wU ' r- - . t r-',- ,"'' . .. V:'' ..'i .. ' ""' .,' , j ' . : ccf?si ' ; : : - jrvtai Nwe ' y : i "' ; ":.Titiiatr Cali-- 'y2.C!w j ' '- -j modiA la' " Vi)'jfS : ; Y Perfectly f3brfr7l t t t'ning,' with - '.; it 4 . 7WAj ; tt:o!e having j' ' . - ', 1 t.- - " iwf 'attOTwS ' .- - ' 'i ErLSh.a,J' ,.v t ! t . r ' ; wrt Giiting downs " -.-', v, ., ArtCcjy lot ' 1 ' $1.08- - " ' 1 ' rvTatNIs&, . ' . " a--aay go4 looUof nttf- - i . HyUi satis1 caieet, stripei aa4 3 P wWjr Aa aea.1 . J , . i lwT ; Dosiital ta--ct s,ritt frosn v cwffiVari to ami . ' 1 - "JSW' j 98c and $1.49- - ! - !; TTLU good quality I ) tf touscwivti tb country over. It U firm, isi v.!i ire-- r- I L Forgot the Things i ! fmI 1 Needed 'Most!; :m ; i ir . f--ii -. , . -- iV3V ' .A. f k - I . . j j j 4 "B'tt Oty Shoppint 'ttever 'ili ipptd lo ' i l me, but latt summer I decided to try it. I ' f w tired tut before I got there and fa til ? the excitement of rushing ground fa un ' familiar ihopi, I forgot the very things 1 ! : wanted most. Next time VII buy at home. 1 t Its more convenient? , I Wise Woman! With such good shops as J y Are Acre fAr retftfy no reason to J j go anywhere else. Shopping at home pays f :.. (' "v 1 big dividends fa Satisfaction, Lil 3 I , ; S)F y TOSHER i ; Fine in Quality j j . $1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $1.95 I I Service and Chiffon Weights, j Il jj 11; ' Full fashioned all - silk hosiery with re inforced toe and heel! ;: S J;; The grayish shades the tan shades. ' Gunmetal and dusk ;J; Jj! shades for conservative fashions and fascinating pale shades for ;!; - 1 " ,cvenhi. . tl EXCEPTIONALLY FINE; HOSE AT $1.35 PAIR. 5 I BinghAm Merc Co. THE j BIG: STORE j .. '. ' Ettnal Qa$tlon These limbs; whence bad we then this stormy force, this Ufe blood with Its burning force? They are dost and shadow a shadow system gathered around o'er me; wherein, through some momenta or years, the divine essence Is to be mealed la the flesh. Carlyta. - . , Matte From BMrUt ' St. RomboldM Singing tower at Ma-- tines, In Belgium, has forty-liv- e Nils; the belfry at Bruges baa forty: and s i similar number sound from Antwerp's i cathedral spire. In the belfry at lions i are forty-fou- r bells, and from the bel- - ; fry at Obeat fifty-tw- o bells still rln 7 e e e ' : Legal Fracrntttai ' ; The oldest legal fraternity In Utence Is Phi Delta Phi, which was founded In the University of Michigan In 1809. Other legal fraternities are i Delta Tbeta Put Gamma Eta Gamma, i Phi Alpha Delta. Phi Delta Delta (l-- i gttl women). Sigma Delta Kappa, 8lg-- j ma tia Phi ' , ' i Unique Selling Dodge i A Kansas general store wner re-- wntly mailed a right hand cottoa glove to three hundred farmers. The fanners were asked to rail si the store to receive the ten-ban- d glure. They nine and went home with rthrr things they hud bought and paid for. The Outlook. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ransom enter-tained at uinuer Wednesday evening. Coveia were laid tor Mr. and Mrs. Koy Shilling, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones, sou eit. anu Mrs. David Lyon, Mrs. Ken Nichols - will entertain the kUnanon Club Tliuri ' y evening. e ' Mrs. J anal belle 8ulllvan entertained (lie JuAt-A.Mei- e Club at her home in Copperfleld Wednesday afternoon.1 Mrs. A. E. Mitchell and Mrs. Bailey Santlstevan entertained Thursday evening honoring the birthday anni-versary of their mother, Mra. J. W. Mitchell.' Luncheon was served to Mrs. Lew-i- De Col, Mrs. Joe .Warning, Mrs. Jane Jackson, Mrs. Vaughn Cbristensen, Mrs. Jack Whlteley, Mrs. Joe Marriott, Mrs. Herbert Oust, Mrs. J. J. Doyle, Mrs. J. Davis, Mrs. Jack Davidson, Mrs Charles Carey, Mrs. A Tremelling, Mrs. Ross Hocking, Mrs. Fay Mitchell, Mrs. Don McGee, Mrs. Art Sorensen, Mm. Kenneth Russell. Mrs. Severen Grandqulst, Mrs. Will Bennett, Mrs. T. O. Loveless, Mrs Levatln, Mrs. Jack Househofdar, Mrs. I jTm Householder, Mrs. Clarence Con-- I nary, and Miss Elvira Hudd. Mrs. R. O. Frailer entertained at s surprise party Monday afternoon, hon" oring her daughter Jean's 7th birth-day anniversary. Games were played : and refreshments served to the foL I lowing little guests: Donna and Mel ba Nerdln. Rachael and La Rose Al ( ten, Gweneth and Lila Sleffansen i Ethel, Paul and Lenore Richards. i Jackie Staker, Roy, Ada, Agnea and Blllie Mitchell, Robert Bolman, John t and Isabell Larick, Mildred and Don t Jensen, PhyUss Ivy. Dorothy Long. t Virginia Harris and BHlle Gay Thomp- - l son.' ' l e e e Mrs. A. C. Cole entertained at a Bridge party honoring her niece. Mis I Mary Ritchie of Ontario, Canada. Tu rooms wore attractive with bowls oi fall flowers. A delicious two course luncheon was served to Mrs. Harvey Canity, Mrs. Leland Walker, Mrs. E. ( Morris, Mrs. Will Trevarthen, Mr Paul Ransom, Mrs. Arthur Maly, Mrs. Bud Aven, Ms. James Mcfntyre, Mrs. Robert Hone, Mra. R. A. Payne, Mrs. I J. C. Lelser, , Mrs, George Bolman, I Mrs. O. S. Jensen, Mrs. H. B. Aven, Mrs. Roy Sliilllng, Mrs Leslie BreckOn ! Mrs George Bihler, Mra R. G. Frailer, f Mrs. Barnard Dederlch, Mrs. A. A. I Macke, Mira. Joe Kemp, Mra. Ear) Nepple, Mrs. Nat Segil, Mrs. A. C Larick, Mrs. M. A. Cotter Mrs. Joe Norden, Mrs. Andy Anderson, Mrs r David Lyon, Mrs. J. M. Woodhouse I Mrs. Feno Shafer, Mrs. Will Myers and Miss Jennie Buchman. I e Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Reld announce the birth of a son, October 24. see i Jdr. and Mrs. E. A Draper announce the birth of a son, October 80. Mr. and Mrs. Darius Adams an. i nounce the birth of a daughter, Oo I tober 27. ; ( Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart enter. I tained the C C Club Tuesday evening 5 of last week. Five hundred was play-- ( ed. The guests Included Messrs. and Mesdames Carl Hoffman, Frank Pe- - terson, Frank Mead, Richard Smith. I Guy Murray, George Nix, Cecil Ben. ! nett, Agnes Hick and Miss E. Jensen. Miss Margaret Ireland was hostess ( to the F O B girls Monday evening of J last week. ' V' www Batahluhed Iha Ohm J The eunca, the twelfth part of a i pound trey and the sixteenth part ef a pound avotrdupota was. precisely axed in England by Henry tTX, wha J decreed that an Vngllsh eunca should i ba SQoal te the weight of 480 dry J grains of wheat The edict was pab i Ushed la the year USS. g w w w ... Ingrmtltud 1 He Is ungrateful who denies that he has received a kindness which has J been bestowed upon him; he Is un-- 'n grateful who concealii It; he Is nn-- ! grateful who makes no for lt most ungratef a! of all is he who for-- 3 gets It Seneca. a a Vcte of Autharitf t' Honae Spokesma" at t4.,3 ,i;d by Wsahlngton new. r r It U not censidered atk - to flints ti:a President directly, se n!!oa to wd. altbccgb, ta i It to Vm preWt evtaia, '. ws-- a ..' newspaper awn and s ;oaa orally that aaia , 5 ta tJm prevlomaly ia Elayhamta Haom Coldt Circus elephants often suffer frost colds and the method of treating then to mora or less difficult However, ene remedy that seems helpful ai least to to make th elephant Inhale belling vinegar, which to done by half filling a bag with vinegar and banging It ever the elephant's trunk so thai U has to Inhale the fumes whether It wants to or not The fumes are held to be qulto beneficial I Workable Tuition J Women learn to swim sooner thaa v mD because the mea have to teach Jt thfmselvea New Tors American. a4"-- ' : "