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I, 20 The Salt Lakh Tribtjots: Stjeuiy MoiosrrisrG, J actuary 10, 1904. JLs
Jt i (Continued from page 19.)
I ! Atlanta. Ga,, where they will join Mr
2 ' Cowan and make their home. They will
$ , .visit in Missouri and Illinois on the way,
H I find Axel Cowan will remain in Chicago
f j ;to attend echool and pursue his -musical
1 1 studies, ...
r I Dr. and Mrs. . O. Jones of Murray
' j pre home from a pleasant visit to Den
j The Misses Margaret and Agnes Ryan,
I who have been spending the holidays
8 I ith Dr. and Mrs. HIndman of Chicago.
1 -return to Notre Dame today to resume
!' i their studies,
i 1 F. D. Chandler has gone to Butte,
" I vhere he will hereafter make his home.
Miss Edna Egan left during the week
for her home in Laramie, after spend-
1 'Jng the holidays with Salt Lake friends.
Ralph "Watson returned to Nevada
1 early In the week, after enjoying a
) ! pleasant visit with his parents in tills
; I fclty.
i Mrs. Edward McGovcrn returned to her
; ,1 'homo at Butte. Mont,, Wednesday. She
M Vas accompanied by her sister, Mrs. "Wll- 1
1 Mi Ham Mitchell.
: ;i Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Donnelly hare I
' Jnoved to Robinson for the winter. The !
: 'i tohlldren will remain In Eureka and con-
i I Unuo their school work.
ii I , George Hodgina hart returned to Eure
I' t1 ,jta after a couple of wcekn' sojourn at
! i , tho capital.
' ' 1 Traveling Passenger Agent Rldd of the
' IRlo Grande Western railway was In Eu-
I1 Teka last Friday on a short visit.
1 Manager L. O. Schofleld of Odd Follows'
.1 iall wao a Salt Lako visitor this week.
!i Mrs. Henry Crowther returned to her
i , toomo at Salt Lake. City tho flrHt of the
'5 week after a visit with relath'ca at this
2 1 5?lace.
J Mesdomes Coylo and Crandall of
i pprlngvllle wero tho guests of Mrs. E.
Glllis this week.
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'j Mrs. Anna Marks returned today from
: week's sojourn In Salt Lake,
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: Mrs. Hector Frazer has been 111 this
Svoek. Hor daughter, Mrs. J. A. Hyde,
L , came over from Nophi to attend her.
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1 ' The 11-B. blub conducted a dance at the
Odd Fellows' hall on Friday night. Near-
:! ly every ono receiving invitations attend-
ed and tho affair wns most enjoyable.
i " Mrs. K. S. Robertson has returned to
j 1 ber home at Salt Lake.
j Miss Nellie 13. Hulah returned to her
. home at Payson Friday after a visit with '
I, Mr. and Mrn. C. E. Hulsh.
I 1 , Mt. Pleasant Society.
I I j MIfs Beatrice Erlckson entertained a
I , j few friends at her homo Thursday cveai-
If j ing. A nice luncheon was served and a
Ijl very pleasant evening spent. Those pres
ent were: Misses "Wlnnlo Jensen, Florence
Nellson, 11a Anderson, Flonslo Erlckneu,
Maggie ErlckHon, Edltii Larson and Bea
trice Burns: Messrs. Thco Marllnr Swon
Hoklnncn, LoRoy and Ronald Nellson, A.
Carter and Sam Covcrdalc.
Mrs. E. Langloy returned to her home
In Marynvalc Monday, after a visit with
her parents here.
WJIford West roturncd to Ephralm
Monday to his school.
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?A'Ibs Elva. Latighlln, Serena Nellson and
7lo. Seely attended the Patti concert In
Miss Edith Larson gave a farewell
party to some of her friends Monday eve
ning, before returning to her school. Those
present were: Misses Mabel Borg, Luella
Ellison, Beatrice and Flossie Erlcksen,
Vllnte Hampshire, and Messrs. A. Car
ter, B. Olson, "William Hauscn, B. McAr
thur and Roy Rnrton. A nice lunch was
served during the evening.
AV. C. CIos, Swen Hokenaen and Ronald
Ncllscn were In town to hear Patti.
Miss 11a Anderson entertained in hor
sweet way Friday evening, and nil pres
ent spent a very enjoyable evening. Tho
guests were: Misses Ada Richards, Bea
trlco Burns. Wlnnlo Candland. Edith Lar
son, Magglo and FI033I0 Nellson, and
, Messrs. Martin, Hokenson, Coverdale.
Carter, Roy nnd Ronald Nellson. Refresh
ments were sorved.
Horen Hansen and wife returned to
their Idaho homo Tuesday after a pleas
ant visit with relatives and friends here.
County Commissioner Scoly was In
Mnntl on buslncs part of the week.
Miss Clna Clark entertained a few
friends ut a card party Wednesday even
ing. Nice refreshments were served
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs, Chris
Madsen, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Chrlstensen
Mr. and Mrs. Orange Aldrlch, Misses An
dra Johnnaon and Hannah Madsen
Messrs, Parley Madsen and Myron Al
Will Matson and wife returned to Eu
reka Wednesday after a pleasant visit
here with relatives and friends.
Berkeley Olsen Is here visiting his pa
jrents, William Olsen and family.
Mrs. M, A. Boyden of Falrvlcw spent
part of tho week with relatives here.
Miss Annie Stanley, a teacher of the
Wasatch academy, left Tuesday for her
home m Minnesota, called there by tht
sudden Illness of her father.
Mrs. Nora Snyder of Salt Lake" is hire
visiting her sister, Mrs. George Rvlnnd,
and other relatives.
Mrs. N. B. Nellson has gone to MantI
to visit her daughter, Mrn. L. F. Becker.
The B. R. G 's met Wednesday evening
at Miss Hilda Madscn's and Initiated three
new members Misses Mina Simpson. Lu
dlca Seely and Mabel Johnson.
Mrs. J. Bourgard of Salt Lake Is here
to visit her daughter, Mrs. C. N. Ray.
Miss Lydla BIgler is down from Salt
Lake to visit relatives.
Miss Georgia Bore is ill and her room
at school Is closed In consequence.
Misses Trcssle Strdm and Ireno Nellson
aro home after a two weeks' visit in Salt
Miss Lu Doen Christonscn and Mls
Nora ClaWHon are homo again forthelr
Tho Twentieth Century club held Its
regular meeting Thursday afternoon, at
tho rosldenco of Mr. J. H. Socly. The
programme was chapters 2 and 3 of Amer
ican literature. The lesson was led by
Mrs. J. W. Cherry: Industrial develo
mcnt In Uio United States, by Mlsa Nora
Clnwson; music, by MIbs Jessie Tucker.
Mlfs EIolsc Anderson came In yester
day from Grand Junction, to visit hor
pnrcnts, Mr, and Mrs. R. Anderson.
Chrlu Slmlnson of Grand Junction 13
spending a few days with friends hire.
Mr. O. F. Wall, cashier of the bank,
and wife left Thursday for a month's trip
on tho coaBt. They go to Portland, to
tho Wool-Growers' association, and homo
via San Francisco.
A leap-year dance was given at the
opera-house Friday evening the first
chance the ladles have had In tight
Miss Annie Johnson of Salt Lake hus
been visiting friends here.
Sornt' of Brig Lee's friends gave him a
surprise party a few evenings ago, and
all had a nice time.
The "Corlnntcn"' company was here
Tuesday night and presented the play
"Leah, the Forsaken," to a fair houpe,
Tho play was well received by those pres
ent. John Cowan Is down from Idaho on a
Mrs, Lizzie Chdpln went to Salt Lakfc
W. D. Candland and wife, John II.
Scoly and F. C. Jensen left Friday tH
.eoriiand. to attend the Wool-Growers'
v. t , went to Osden Friday
to visit relatives.
Tho leap year ball given Friday evening
at tho Palace waB the largest success of
tho season. Over "CO gueBts were present
and the young ladles thoroughly fnjoyed
and gracefully took advantage of the
privilege they havo been deprived of so
many years, The decorations of the hall
1 were all In the Christmas colors, carried
out with streamers of greens and holly
hung around the room, and large sprays
of holly effectively arranged over nil the
lights. The music was among the. hest
and the party will b6 remembered as one
of ths delightful events of the year.
One of the pleasant Informal affairs nf
the wek was on Friday evening, when
Mrs. L. Odell entertained a nurnhor of
friends in honor of her sister, Mrs. W.
Pypftr of Salt Lake. The pretty now homo
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Odell on West Center
street was made most attractive with Its
decorations of holly and carnations.
Dainty refreshments were served nnd a
fleasant evening spent
C'apt. and Mrs. Styer are home from the
city after a pleasant visit Of two weeks.
MI3S Virginia Hout?. of Ogden will spend
tho remaining part of the winter at Lo
gan, whore she will attend the Agricul
Mr. Joe Morroll left Monddv to resume
l.ls studies in the East after a delightful
irtlt of a week with his parcntn at Lo
Tho Mlfifn Ell.nson entertained at a
pip.iRont informs! party at her home on
The dancing party at tho Pnlaco
Wednesday evening was well attended. A
large numbor of gucnts were present be
sides i ho regular mombrB.
and Mrs. F. Madison returned tho
i-ar'y part of the week from a pleasant
visit in the Pacific Northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. Lin ford and family
ronohed homo Sunday from a pleasant
visit at Ogden.
o o e
Mrs. Walter Pyper returned to her home
in the city Saturday morning.
Mr and Mrs. R. L. Campbell returned
Monday from a visit of two weeks with
Suit Lake friends.
Mlsa Veda Eccles of Ogden Is visiting
Ith Logan friends.
Mr J. Wash Young came up from the
city Tuesday to spend a fcW days in town
Mr. J. T. Caine is visiting his par
ents at Loiran.
Sam Lichlenstein was a local visitor
during the we;k,
The Agricultural College Woman's club
met Monday afternoon at the homo of
Mrs. Enule's. "Mediaeval Sculpture In
Germany" was tho topic and was pleas
ingly discussed by Mr3 Merrill.
Mrs. Fred Taylor of Salt Lako, who has
been spending tho past two weeks with
Mrs. F. Earl, returned to the city Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thatcher spent
Monday and Tuesday In the city.
Mr. Will McAllister of Salt Lake was
a visitor during the week.
The Beacon Light society mot Tuesday
r.fternoon at the B. Y. college building.
The recuption and hall given by tho em
l'loeiTi of th" Logan Sugar companj
Thursday evening was a pleasing sueeesHL Jitf0
Luncheon wax nerved to a largo nUmbcrMHBc,
of people and during the time romhrjtjHKtt
were made by Judge H. H. Rolapp, DavUBK 2n
Eccles, Mpses Thatcher and Orson SmttSM?t tW '
MIB Ray Campbell returned to Lognu WkSG1.
Tuesday nflcr spending the holidays with HlJTlS -r
her parents In Salt Luke. TtPfW?,
Miss Potarson, Miss Perry and Miss 'MwW
Bush are hack from tholr holiday vaca- i fr
lions, having rcturued Sunday. -1 I
Mr. Cluff spent Tuesday and Wednesday ?
at Logan. t-Rl
Mr. J. R. Edwards went to Salt Lake W ',
Tuesday on a business trip. V filtdhl
Mr. Lou Boudrero and sister. Miss Jbso.
r.hlne. have returned from a pleasant vie- Rftl
It In Brlgham City. jjfe to S
Mls3 Jones returned from Provo Tues- 1'
day evening where ohc has been for the f! rfvlJft
past two weeks. f
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Capt. and Mrs. Styer will continue with fl U
their pleasant Saturday evening parties i Pf!-' las
In honor of the Agricultural college ca- f.
dCtS" - 'lit
Mr. Harvey Erdman Is visiting with
I Brlgham City friends. , wi.
' JL 4U
Mrs. Knox returned, tho early part of .' i Jt
the Week from Salt Lake. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Elex Nlblcy returned t( i fibf
Iholr home in Oregon the early part of I '' .,
the week, after a visit of several weeks & 'PR"01
with Logan relatives ; t
W. D. Hendricks of Richmond was in ' t'A- ar
tewn Tuesday. $ &
Rev. and Mrs. Gilpin are In Ogden, j (tfj'
where they went to attend the banqmjt ? vWt Trt'
given In honor of the Methodist bishops.
Mrs. .George Mortimer of Rexburg is tho ilotn
guest of Mrs. Hyrum T. Dcwltt of Logan. v Mends 1
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Mr. G. V. Thatcher spent Monday and ' ,t it HaT
Tuesday in Salt Lako. 3Iifroia
" " I 'fES tier
Mrs. A. Fnrrell entertained informally iV'.
In honor of Mrs. Nlblev during her stay ,L'AEdclii
Mr. William Allen of Lewinton v;as a J ixi OlS'
local visitor Tuesday and WedneEday. "f jJt
Eichfiold Society. (8kcuP
The most enjoyable social function of :
the paet week In this city was the basket J Olsi
social enjoyed by the Richfield lodge of GIiiVf
Odd Fellows, their wives and some friends , j ij
In Odd Fellows' hnll Friday evening. ?!
There were games, music and refresh- J. A
mcnts, and every other condiment to a T JTffasa
pleasant occaplon. The members of this h'
flourishing lodge are feeling well, ftr.d i
have reason for felicitation upon the term i,
just closed. Nine new members have IrEnhr
been added to the fraternity since tho be- : wuv
ginning of the term, last June, and thesG J1
aro of the bost people In this part of "4
. Utah. They are William H. Blake. Fen- M"m
ton Reynolds. Lorenzo Nielsen, John J. f
Woodrlng, John A Whyte, Harry Cuff, 3-
Al Rowley. Niels C. Jensen and Ray- j, IbaIIM
i mond Raw The total membership of the efJIW
lodge Is flftv-three. Tho newly-installed ,V "
officers arc John Meteor. J. P. G. - Wll- i t.A. F
llam Johnston. N. G.; W. F. Aslmus. V., i (b.
G.; Martin Tliorsen. secretary; Guy Lew- I
Is, treasurer; Max Krotl. trustee; John A. s ifMrs.
Whyte, warden; Anthony Soyka, conduct- ; i ja Q
or; Andrew Jesscn. R S. N G. Max J '
Krotkt. L. S. N. G.; Joseph Wilkinson. R. ' .
S. V. G.: H. S. I vie. L. S. V. G., P. C. . , . '
Nelson. R. S S; Allen Montgomery. L S, . .-S
S.; A, II- Ackerson. I. G. William Blake, f
O. G.. and A. 13. Williams, chaplain. Jj
A very pleasant evenlner was spent at 3 ,B3QI
the Methodist parsonage by a number of T
the congregation of that church at i '
pound party In honor of the pastor, Roy. mftf-
John M Hansen. Among those present u
were Messrs. nnd Mesdames H. L. M0ulec
Pc-ter Thompson and Martin Thorcen, ..
Mosdamos R. M. Koene and Pet?ronv '"iflnp
Mlsees Bessie Keeno, Dorothy Moulo
I AT MALW iCE AMB SOME LESS TM AW MALF fMCE I
( (; We have found another mamifacfurer, more anx- j i th
' ( i LOT 145 pieces consisting of collarettes with high 7() V C- ious tliau competitors to get rid of his stock, LOT 3 35 pieces consisting of sable and black 7lf) rJ I &
storm collar, in electric seal, KusBian hare "sable ough through the help of the latter we twice sue- opossum, astrakhan, sable, raccoon, natural and M I
! 1 ' Tirl i l ) 1 ceeded in giving our patrons bargains in Fine Furs, I black marten, with stole front and high collar, jpA ul v ) l I
opossum and values from $2.75 to $4.75, for QJll J O Ly unequaled during the season in Salt Lake. This values 7.50 to 12.50, for MJj Q ly 1 i
i . time we have found our man willing to dispose of l I
t LOT 247 pieces consisting of collarettes of sable Cp his entire stock at HALF PBICE AND LESS. L0T o5 piet:es consisting of collarettes of real A CP I 5
'i opossum and black marten, in mink, astrakhan, IVll )) A We shall accommodate him and gladden the I pni,ai,ln ,nmll on(i iH w!fh lL f a Vv 1 :
; electric seal, Persian lamb, values from ?5.75 to N (j U hearts of the trade 1 CISian-lflml) and lecl-1 ,C Sqalf L aenlskin Wltb Q (n QU 1 w
; ?8.75, for , )J (J QJl These 'four lots alone represent ?1U00 in value, etc" S'75 fo o.or; WW0Si I Fi
P " I and our selling price is 325.00. t I
: 'ALSO A FULL ASSORTMENT OF . . ESk HAfPFflFT I
IT JiilXI JP JllQ) V" ffiFl A PLAIN AND FUR TEIMMED, 1 J fc
H I; y' ff (Jr frM Ja. Zssf at half price. i.
H IN SABLE, ISABELLA, WHITE AND BLACK, mX f M W ff M $ ' Scarfs and Boas from Goc to ?100.00 will be sold I 1
l ! 'AT HALF THE REGULAR PRICE, " JtM 9 (V from I Sjf
Including Chinchillas, Raccoon, Marten, Krim- Jr M m? ZO) Si? ' ' o 1 k
mer, Electric Seal Scarfs, Stoles and Boas at half " " MUffS frm Sld flm" 1
( MUFFS in all the above furs to match scarfs at 4 "aacft Jackets from ?35.00 to ?S5.00 will be sold from I wSl
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