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P; JL THE SAIT TiATCB TRIBTmE: TUESDAY MOKNTNG-, o, 04:. 5 "
SKbceof long ago
Els Its Story of the Rav
jj&'mx' ases of Tima.
WKATTl sings her farewell
fjfrns Audience Is Very Gener
fhjjQpee Great Singer Wonderfully Pre
Wffil sercd, but Hor Singing Gives
WJjk Little Real Pleasure.
tfPatti was a great disappointment to
IV'h Those who expected to hear beautiful
If.L Singing, but to those who made allow
II j I inco for her years und who could ap-
'h predate the wonderful nrt with which
ihc covered up the ravages of time in
tier once magnificent voice, 3hc was not.
tii ihey even expected her to show more
fenlllty In her voice than she did ex-
5 SiH. and lliat was a Good deal.
r' j-H manner of tricks known to sing
S :rs were employed by this consummate
Tilstres3 of music, and hundreds of her
fearers did not know that the dramatic
breaking short of the high notes wno
Kg Jonc because of Inability to hold them..
Pattl's high notes were not only forced.
Ibu were metallic, her middle register
23 was throaty and the efTort she had to
a make to take her upper notes was pain-
iHll Her manner was youthful and kitten
ish ish'and when she came off the stage for
3$ The. last time she pJoUod up a child and
f4 fclssed It. While not girlish, her figure
Is only slight main -nly. and she has
!tho wonderfully p...-' carriage for
jvhich she w.;. f::.-.:.-i, and she was
J8R charming personal!'.-.
?8l&Hcr company was very good and the
I f Hence showed its appreciation at
:c by thawing out and giving np
use generously. Every performer
elved his share of It and the audience
9 prodigal for a Salt Lake crowd.
; Tabernacle vas well filled and
ic standing room was sold,
he local musicians shone just as
jhtly as the visitors and Prof. J. J.
Clellan's playing of the "Pilgrim's
ig of Hope" on ihe organ at the re
st of Madame PattI was striking.
i singing of the choir M as praised by
ry one for Its volume. Its unnnlmllv
I the expression put into the sacred
res sung. Director Stephens received
li compliments from the visitors.
Madeine Pattl's flrrt selection. "Vol
Sapovy Mozart, she did not sing
1. Ii was too simple for her. as her
ik spots are easier to cover up in a
e Intricate piece, such as "The
el Song," which she sang in the
nd half, omitting partsons. Thl?
; very well done, and it was here
I the real Pattl came out just for a
apse, and the audience was given
Indication of what slie had been,
le Last Farewell" was very bad.
"Robin Adnlr" little better, but
me, Swc?t Home." was beautiful,
voice softening with feeling.
Miss Roza Zamels, the violinist, was
ood. her notes sure, her tones full and
er maimer easy. Miss Vera Margolies
he pianist, had a sangfroid that was
gg refreshing and her selections Avere full
gg of i-plrli and beautifully Interpreted
m (Claude A. Cunningham's voice was a
i pig, pleasing baritone, which blended
well with Wilfrid Virgo's tennor in a
m duct. The latter has a dramatic tenor
fll of good timbre.
But the two particular stars of the
nm company were Signor R. Sapio, the ac
fj "IPpn'st. and Anton Hegner. the
Ik, ,lllst The former Is almost perfect
m an accompanist, placing just loud
VI '?no"sh ani1 keeping just near enough
3 ill! 5010131 to be right He caresses
.25 the keys rather than strikes them.
IjJ Mr- Hegner has been on tours with
BWBUI iiiiiiu ..
Grieg, the composer, and Is best known
of the company outside of Pattl, and
his playing, technique, tones, Interpre
tation, are all of the be3t.
The whole company went wild over
the big organ. They were much Inter
ested to know that the row of gas lights
around the lower edge of the balcony
was put up twenty years ngo on pur
pose for Patti's appearance here then.
ONLY HAD SNAKES.
Herman Newman's Insanity Was of
A Swede by the name of Herman
j Newman was examined for his sani(y
yesterday, and upon it being found that
he had been suffering from nothing else
but delirium tremens he was dismissed
on the charge of insanity and will be
prosecuted for drunkenness and dis
turbing the peace. The man. who Is
unable to speak the English language,
was arrested at Bingham Junction a
few days ago and brought to the county
Jail In this city. From his actions It
was thought that he was Insane- Upon
being examined by Drs. Mayo and
Odell it was found that he had drunk a
quart of alcohol on Christmas day and
eight ounces of the spirits each day
thereafter for about a week. Fearing
that ho will begin drinking again If
given his liberty it was decided to take
hlfn to the junction place and swear out
a complaint for drunkenness and dis
turbing the peace and see if about
thirty days In the cooler wouldn't effect
AT THE H8TELS.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Cullen were:
S. Green. Dubois: E. E. Bripgs, Butto; Ed
Ryan. Corlnne; W. G. Maglcy. Louisville;
J. N. Subbon. Austrnlia; B. M Collins
and family, Cullentes; F. A. Seaman. Los
Anpoles; J. L. Craig. Fitz Gibbons. Den
ver; William D. Livingston. W. F. Field
ing. Maria S. Anderson. Mantl; P. H.
Lavella and wife, Joseph Ruffa. Ogden;
Fred Klrby. Fred A. Sheffield. ICaysvllle;
R. D. McDonald. O. E Peemon. Bingham;
W. H. Price. Smlthneld; Miss Molllc Niel
son. Miss Oriel Taylor, Sanpete; John
Fitzgerald, P. II. Towey, Prk Clt. H. G.
Borryman. W. T. Smodcn. Blackfoot. Ida.
NEW WILSON EUROPEAN.
Yesterday's arrivals at the New Wilson
European hotel were. D, S. Lowrle, M.
T. Hagcn, Pocatello; W. J. Ma'Joy, B
Kappel. Now York; Mrs. Soodmart and
daughter. Moab; Henry Jones. Canton,
111.; A. D. Cleveland. Ogden; H, E. I.n
pas. B. F. Estes. Grand Junction. L. 17.
Nell. St Louis; W. A. S Vermillion. M.
A. Miller, Dillon. Mont.; Thomas B Shan
non. Mrs. Leon Bnehman, E. Schooler.
Edna Bors. Fannie Twelves. M. C. Da
vis, Mrs. M. C, Davis, Buelah Buchanan.
H. E. Smith. Provo; John Hondrlckson.
Nephl, F. W. Wakley and wife. Logan;
Elva Laurchton, Serena Nielsen, Mt.
Pleasant; Edward J. Phelps, Chicago; II.
S. Kaztnunsky and wife. Alex. Cohn. San
Francisco: George D. Spell. Spanish Fork;
William Van Allen. Ogden; Charlotte
Kyle. Logan: W S Hulett. R Van Was
oner. A. H. McCunc, Loo M. Llchtonsteln.
F. W. Alnsworth, Denver; Miss May
Bourgard, Dr. Inclesbv. W. Gleason,
BlnKhanr, H. R Miller. Portland; Dr. C
F. Ospood and wife, Morgan; Miss Eula
Dale, Versailles, Mo.
Edward J. Seyforth. Salt Lake r2
Alma L. Carlson, Salt Lake 25
Franklin S. Griffin, Spit Lake 21
Adeline Pasman, Sail Lake 17
Fred C Reeves. Salt Lake...., 21
Ethel R Taylor. Salt .Lakp io
Louis A. Harris, Salt Lako U
Mlnnio A. Lee. Salt Lako 40
Charles H. Buford. Ojrdcn 2S
Maggie Bonnett. Ogden 27
William Edwards, Salt Iiko 3"1
Nellie E McDonald. Salt Lake 2i
George W. Butler, Kansas Cltv, Mo 22
Hulda Iloljcron. Smlthfleld...". is
Adolph Kllenchen. Denver SS
Mary Dufrand. Butte. Mont 5
We have moved lo No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our new loca
tion. On account of cheap rent we will
be able to give, our patrons the benefit
of same, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis, Prop.
Sellers & Holt still doing business at
Utah State Livery Stables, 233 State,
'Phono 303. Usual prices.
The chief event In the social world to
night will be the llrst of the Ausembly
balls, to bo Riven nt Chrlstenswn's. Al
ready there arc more than 200 subscrib
ers, which number promises to be mate
rially Increased by the time tho next
danco is given. In addition to the sub
scribers, tho officers and ladles of the
post are to be guests of the patronesses,
and the opening dance this evening bids
fair to be one of the most brilliant so
cial successes of tho season.
Mrs. Ferdinand Dlckcrt has issued In
vitations for a Kensington on Wednesday
afternoon. In honor of her daughter, Mrs.
J. G. SawTcr.
r ' .
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Tarvin Harris arc
receiving the conRratulatlons of their
friends over tho arrival of a little son at
Mrs George M. Downey will return from
her Denver visit a wcok from today. Sh
P'lll be accompanied by her niece. Miss
Gertrude McCllntock. who vlll be her
guest for a while.
Miss Beatrlco Chccseman has returned
to SU Louis, where 'sho will resume her
studies, after spending a pleasant vaca
tion with her parents In this city.
Mrr S. B Tuttlo has Issued Invitations
for an afternoon party on Friday.
Mark McChrystal leaves today to re
sume his studies at Stanford university.
Mrs. Walter Miles Harvey haa arrived
from Butte and Is the guest of Mrs. Wal
ter G. Filer.
Mr. and Mrs Ernest A. Greenwood will
entertain the members of tho East Sldo
Card club at their homo on Thursday eve
ning. Walter Evans left yesterday for Palo
Alto, to resume his studies at Stanford
Miss Burns of Bingham was a Salt
Lako visitor yesterday.
Andrew Howat, who spent the holidays
with his parents, Judge and Mrs. An
drew Howat, has returned to Golden, to
resume his studies at the State School
of Mines of Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rcber are rejoicing
over tho arrival of a little son. who made
his appearance at their homo last Sat
urday. Hal Slcgel of. Nevada Is visiting friends
In Salt Lake for n short time.
Mrs. M. A Scnrs entertained at a
pleasant Informal party yesterday after
noon in honor of Miss Marie C. Jonasson.
whose marriage to Brlgham S. Young
takes place tomorrow evening.
Mr. und Mrs. Joseph Geoghcgan enter
tain this evening at a rauslcale.
A number cf the ladles of Third street
tvero very pleasantly entertained In an
Informal way last Thursday afternoon at
the homo of Mrs. M. A. Sears.
Mrs. A. B Wallace, who has been tho
guest of Mrs. Ferdinand Dlckcrt for sev
eral days past, has taken apartments at
Third East and Brlgham streets, where
she will be at home to her friends.
Reciprocity dny will be observed bv
members of the Cleofan this afternoon at
the homo of Miss Emollne WUs. Among
thoso who will participate In the pro
gramme aro Mrs. Clesson S. Kinney, pres.
Idcnt of tho Utah Federation of Women's
Clubs, Mrs. C. H McMahon. General
Federation secretary, and Mrs. A. C. Eff
ing of the Ladles' Literary club. All
presidents of Salt Lake City clubs are
Invited to be present, and members of
the Cleofan are expected to bring guests.
Miss Donna Miles entertained a num
ber of her friends at a leap year party
on New Year's nlKht
The regular moetintr , of the missionary
society of the First -Presbyterian church
will bo held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
In the church parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Duncan are still
vlsltlnK in South Dakota, where they ex
pect to remain Indefinitely.
Mrs. Ada Lull Gray, well known in this
city, is spending a few weeks at Palo
Alto, tho guest of Miss Mabel Baurn. who
is a student at Stanford and was also for
merly well known here. Miss Baum did
not go to her home In Denver for her va
cation this year, but her Salt Lako friends
may have the pleasure of a visit from
her at the close of the school year.
R. C Cnmpboll loft yesterday for Logan
to resume his studies at the AR-rlcultura!
college, after spending the holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Camp
bell. Miss Elsie Dlckcrt entertains at dinner
on Wednesday evening In honor of her
elstcr, Mrs. J. G. Sawyer.
TWO HAPPY COUPLES.
Bonds of Matrimony Severed by
Judge Stewart for Women "Who
The bonds of matrimoriy existing be
tween two unhappy couples were
severed in the District court yester
day: Judge Hall granted' a divorce to
EiTle Adele Kelmers from Jacob Helmcr
Relmors on the ground, of non-support.
The couple were married In this city
March 31. 1897. On the same ground
Judge Stewart granted a decree to
Eliza A. Miller from Thomas D. Miller.
The plaintiff and the defendant inter
married November 15. 1001, in this city.
District Judge Hall will go to Provo
Thursday to sit In- a -case In which
Judge Booth is disqualified by reason of
relationship to one; of the parties.
Judge Hall will return In time to hear
his probate calander.
In the case of David L. Murdoch vs.
the unknown heirs of John HIghani.
deceased. Judge Hall yesterday
rendered a decree, quieting the title to
the property In dispute In the plaintiff.
The property is 93x209 feet In block 32,
plat G, Salt Lake City survey.
OlEHL'S BAR., j
"What was he doing and where had he
been?" Thoy asked of . the cop who brought A
"There was," said the officer, "some
Wordrop walking just this."
"Twas Wardrop's first time and they let
him co when
Ho promised he never would walk thus
D. W. Cummlngs sat still as a clam, a
living rcsidt of the evils of ham. He
went to a warehouse, then unlocked tho
door, abstarctlng three hams from the'
plenteous store. The police threw him
Into a prlson-houso bunk and Hied a com
plaint which alleged ho was drunk. Five
days wa3 his sentence, and, meek as
a lamb, he swore off Intoxicants wine,
beer and ham.
Frank Rapp was a vagrant he said so
himself and asked total strangcis to give
him some pelf. "I'm hungry," ho said,
a bystander to tap, but tho fellow replied,
"I do not give a Rapp." Rapp gave him
self up unto Officer Brown; the Judge
gave him time to get out of town
John McCarthy, tho man with the burn,
who claimed to have been sont to Sail
Lake on a pass by the Weber county au
thorities, scorned anxious cither to go to
a hospital or to his homo at Mllford. The
court preferred the latter altcrnatlvo and
released him on his own recognizance.
Frank Sinclair ha.; been In trouble before
and he says It Is Imposslblo for him to
make an honest living owing to tho en
mity of the police. He was tried for va
grancy yesterday He proved that ho
had made $1 by putting down a carpet
and R0 cents by cleaning a sign Tho
court advised him to go somewhere whero
the police did not havo it In for him,
and gave him three hours In which to
make a start. The same privilege was
accorded to his two pals, W. Thomas and
We are prepared to Invest your funds
so that they will bring you the largest
returns compatible with safety. You
hold the securltj'. We do the work.
McGurrln & Co.. 134 Main St.
This week we will sell our own ren
dered lard., strictly pure, at 10 cents per
pound. Marriott's Market, 22 and 24
West First South.
DESIGN BY MAY MANTON-
HANDERCHIEF CORSET COVER 445 G. FIVE GORED PETTICOAT 4506.
Dainty underwear appeals to every woman of taste. The corset cover and
skirt shown aro shapely as well as attractive and, withal, are made on simple
llncs. The corset cover Is one of the handkerchief sort and is trimmed with
frills of Valcnclenea lace and beading threaded with ribbon. The petticoat Is
made In five gores, with a narrow foot frill as the edge, and over the lower por
tion Is arranged the circular flounce that also Is lengthened with a frill. The
model Is made of fine cambric with trimming of lace that matches the corset
cover. The petticoat Is shaped to fit with perfect smoothness over the hips and
flares freely at the lower portion so making the best possible skirt for wear be
neath the fashionable gowns. To make the corset cover will be required two
handkerchiefs 11?4 Inches square with yards of plain material, or yards of
material 36 Inchec wide with 3 yards of Insertion, 3V1 yards of lace and 1
yards of beading; to make the pottlcoat S1 yards 21 or 4 yards 3C inches
wide, with 5l,4 yards of lace inches wide and 12 yards of Insertion to trim as
Illustrated. A May Manton pattern, of the corset cover. No. 4453 sizes 32 to 3G,
or of petticoat. No. 45S6, sizes 22 to 32, will be mailed to any address by the
fashion department of The Tribune on receipt of 10 cents for each. Use the
following coupon In sending your order.
INCLOSE THIS COUPON WITH TOUR ORDER.
Send to '
Pattern No (Ten Cents Enclosed.) !
mm FOB COUNTY I
independent Company Is
Granted a Franchise.
BIN6HAM1TES WANT A TOWN' H
Petition Prasonted to Commis- fl
sionors by Bingham.
Proposed Municipality Is Built on the
Graceful Lines of a Thorough
The County Commissioners held a f
meeting yesterday afternoon at which
a resolution was passed granting c
fifty years' franchise to the new Utah
Independent Telephone company for
their lines throughout this country.
The franchise gives the telephone com
pany a right-of-way over the highways, jJ
roads, streets, avenues, lanes and alleys
in Salt Lake county and in payment
for the same the county gets three tele- ;
phones free and fixes the price for
business 'phones at ?24 per annum and ;
residence 'phones at not to exceed $15
The resolution requires that the com- !
pany furnish a bond with good sccurl- I
lies for $10,000 and that work be com
menced within sixty days from the pas
spge of the same. All work must hn
done under the supervision and1 to tin
satisfaction of the County Commis- I
sloncrs, and five miles of wire must be
stretched in six months.
The only other matter of Importance
that came up at the meeting was the
petition of the electors in district
Fifty-eight asking permission to In
corporate Bingham canyon into a town
The petition Is signed by about 200 jH
names and accompanied by maps show
Ing the proposed boundaries of the IH
town limits. No action was taken oiv
the matter, but It will be taken up again
next Monday. In the meantime the
Commissioners will ascertain if the fl
signatures to the petition constitute a
majority of the electors within the
proposed boundaries. The part of tho
canyon to be incorporated r-xtends
about one mile and a half up from the
Yampa smelter and takes in both sides
of the canyon for a distance of about
twenty-five rods from the center.
SHORT STORIES. J
Montevideo, Uruguay, reports tho Na-
tlonal Guard has been called out.
The Russian auxiliary cruiser Orel han
been ordered to Odessa until she receives
her armament. j jM
Grover Cleveland was not present las't jfl
night at tho banquet In Now York In
honor of Mayor McClcllan.
In Pangasinan province. Luzon, the rl0 i
crop will amount to three million cavans.
sufficient to supply tho demand of the en- ' IH
tiro archipelago. 1
Mrs, Potter Palmer of Chicago will he
a passenger on tho White Star steamei
Teutonic which sails from Liverpool Jan- .
uary 6th for New York.
The Russian volunteer licet cruiser Sar-
a toff has been ordered to Sebnstopool (n jH
receive her armament and thence proceed lH
with all haste to Port Arthur
Apparatus for wireless telegraphy hnn 'H
been Installed at Point Roycs, forty miles IH
north of San Francisco on tho coast line, IH
and on the southeast Farallon lslandt IH
v-'hlch works perfectly. Jl
Several Japanese officials who hao
been attending the cavalry school at Han- iH
over have received cablo messages from
tlulr Government Instructing them to re
turn, to Japan immcdlatoly.
At Wilkesbrtrrc. Pa., tho anthracite IH
mines resumed yesterday morning after iH
an Idleness of ten days, and will at oncq ilH
work to 'full capacity in tho effort lo fill 'H
the demand for domestic sizes which hoyo
ruddenly run out IH
In Bloomlngton. 111., the street railway
rompany operated cars yesterday regard- lH
less of tho riotous Sunday. There was 'H
little disorder. The strikers have placed.
In operation a number of hack lines In jH
competition with tho cars.
1 iNEPRjcE td all miti Resunis this Morning st 9 o'clock I I
'Jl It seems hardly necessary to refer to the success of this sale. There is not a woman in Salt Lake that does not know about it, and those who did not attend I I
JH VSterday wil1 make an efort to here todaY' From the start the store -was filled to its fullest capacity before the doors had been open an hour, continuing so I
ml rougkout the day. With the assistance of extra salespeople we were not equal to the task. Such remarkable selling has never been witnessed in Salt Lake. I H
gH But we expected just such enthusiasm and selling. We knew when we were throwing out this grand stock to go at the. low prices we had marked them that 1 H
! we were annn e I
lyl The success of this sale can be attributed to honest, straight-forward merchandising. The women of Salt Lake know that we would not mislead them, H
afthat our clearance is a legitimate one, every article offered being just as represented. This time over $10,000 worth of desireable merchandise is thrown out for i H
flU clearance. The cost or value is not given consideration. Never was such, an avalanche of bargains turned loose to the trade. S
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