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K1 The SaxtIiAKE Tkzbttntb: Sunday Mobotng, March 13, 1904. 19
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lis Tuesday on the spocial over tho Den
ver & nio Grande.
Mrs. S. W. Platte !Uid son Wnde have
f:on to tho coast for tho boiwfll ot the
! y latter'B health, which ha; been vory poor-
jL ly.for somo weeks,
V. Sherman Fargo roturnert from n. short
business trip to tho city "Wednesday moru-
Mrs. T. Konrns of Salt T,alcc camo up
to Park Monday raornlnff. '
, AV'.'Sr-J"orr nna c- L- llood spent sron
day In Park on mining matter.?.
, Mr. and Mr?. W. J. Buck and nephew
( : spent Tuesday in Salt Lake.
9- .E- Hedges is visiting In ZIon
with relatives and friends.
; Eph D. Sutton returned to Provo after
a. pleasant visit with his brothers, W. D.
and D. D., and fainlllen.
J. Wcstcott spent several days In
camp tho past week on business,
Mr. and Mrs. Al HIBOn are guosls of
Mr. and Mra. William A. Raddon.
Charles Bcrryman. the rustling sales
man, visited Park Thursday.
John Brink returned from Cripple Creek,
Colo., Thursday, whero ho visited his
' Mra. Fred Simons and daughter Dottlo
nro guests of Mrs. V. A. McCarty.
; George I,. Gelgcr entertained a sraaJl
company of frlendH Monday ovcnlng in
, honor of Count Salvatoro of Itnly.
Mr. Clara Gaskel, who has boon tho
guest of Mr. and Mru. F. A. McCarty for
.tho past two weeks, returned to Salt Lake
Saturday, and boforo proceeding to her
homo In Chicago she will visit with friends
' i Tho teachers of tho .Tofferson school cn-
joyed a luncheon at the building Friday
K noon. Those present were Prof. F. 1.
I Peterson, Prof, and Mrs. C. A. Blochor,
J Miss Knto Thorpe, Mlas Agnes Towoy,
Miss Maud M. Gray. Miss Bva Lambert,
Mlas Christina McDonald, Miss Floronco
Carpenter. Miss Jean Pearson. Miss LUlle
R. Lanyon, Miss Alary McDonald and Miss
I'l Allco J. Fisher, primary supervisor.
f Mls3 Hazel Lend and Arthur McClol-
I land were married at ITcber Friday c-ven-
L I j, lg. March 4th. The young peoplo are
J iSL stopping at the Utah house on Park avo-
: I nue-
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, March 12. A very unlquo sur
prise was the ono given Miss Annio Hol
don at her home, 318 E. First Nortli, Mon
day evening, tho event being her elght
( eenth birthday. Each gucat wore a mask
and dressed to represent somo character,
which was carried out until about 10
o'clock, when tho masks wore removed.
J Dollclous icfrcshmcnts wero served. Tho
' guests wore: Misses Pearl Boren, Fern
Toole, Adcllno Johnson, LuIIno Foote,
Irene Evans. Emma Gee, Hazel Strong,
Connlo aud Florenco Mooro, Messrs. David
Hatton, Owen White. Peter Clayton. June
Collins, Walter Twelves, Ben Bean, Wen
dell Terry, Clarenco Boshard, Percy Cra
ven, Spencer Clark, Earl Daniels and
)- Mr. Sid Kcnncr of Salt Lake City was In
this city Tuesday In tho Interest of the
lMr. and Mrs. John C. Graham left Tucs
wday monilng for Lowiston, Cacho valley.
j for tho purpose of attending the funeral
of Mrs. Graham's aunt, Mrs. Ablgal Pond.
Mrs. Fay and Emily Whitney of Salt
Lako havo been tho guests of Mrs, W. X.
Duscnbcrry for tho past week.
A very pleasant surprise party was tho
ono given Mrs. Rcbcna Mitchell of tho
Third ward Wcdncpday evening. About
thirty friends walked in with baskets la
den with eatables. A very pleasant oven
J. B. Falrbankn of Salt Lake City was a
visitor In tills city Thursday.
i - Mrs. II. M. Dougall of Snrlngvillo camo
' over Wednesday to attend tho reception
k given by tho Utah Sorosls.
Miss MJIllo Pi'ters waH tho recipient of a
very pleasant surprise party at the homo
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pe
ters, 653 South Academy avenue, Wednes
day evening. Tho time was pleasantly
spent In games Interspersed with mualc
nnd recitations. Dainty and delicious re
freshments wero served. Tho guests were:
Misses Ada Cummlngs. Rose McFadden,
Tesslo Klrkwood. Bertha Buries. Estella
i Parka, Emma Taylor, Delia Whltmore,
Lucllo Clinton. Myrtle Stewart. Ada Tay
lor, Hazei Adams, Annlo Bailey. Laproll
and Grace Dunn. Meswrj. Roy Beck. Eph
i duff, Wnyno McFadden. Frank Stubbs.
James Peters. Ralph Peters. Walter Mil
lar, Roy Daniels, Dan Klrkwood, will
Horron. jBlnjcr Strong, Wayno Tanner,
Editor Mangum of tho Whlto and Blue
left for Eurelca Friday evening.
Mrs. Ada Murray left Tuesday for
Hon. A. C. Hatch of Hcbcr was a visitor
. In this city Wednesday.
I A Jolly crowd of old acrruaintances and
' friends mot at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
i W J. Craven as a yurprlso to Mrs. Alice
1 Bcardsoll of Forest Dalo, and daughter,
i i - Mra. Peter Johnston of Salt Lake. A very
pleasant evening was 3p6nt In social con
versation, muslo and speechinnklng. Tho
I guest were Messrs nnd Mcsdamos An
drew Watson, Jnmes Boyden, John R.
Booth. Hugh Clayton. Wlllard Booth,
Ephralm Boren, II. J. Goddard, ILyruin
Hatton. William Clayton, H. E. Hatton,
Postmaster Smith of Thlstlo Is visiting
with his wlfo this week, who Is under
treatment at tho City hospital.
A high tea was given at 5 o'clock on
' Tuesday afternoon at tho beautiful homo
of Mrs. E. E. Corfman, In honor of Mrs.
E A Wedgwood of Salt Lako City. Cov
oh wero lnld for sixteen. In tho center
of tho table was an exqulailo cut-glass
' vase tilled with deep red carnations, from
which rndlatcd a star of ferns. Tho fa
vors wero red, and the menu also was
cleverly arranged. Tho rooms were
bright and fragrant with sweet-scented
flowers, and a very enjoyable afternoon
w'ns spent. The guests wero Mesdames E.
A. Wedgwood, Sam Schwab, George W.
SuUon.SPhn Sccart,' Leon "Bachnian"ani
I IkK B. Thurman. Misses Alice Reynolds,
5 " Joslo Kellogg. Ablo Isley, M. Xelko, Flora
I Pond and Edith Macsulr.
1 n-MC ball ,tvon at tho Mozart Tuesday
J ovenlng under tho .usplces of tho I. O. O,
h F. lodge No, H was a grand success.
I The "hard time dance" given at theB.
I V university In tho gymnasium hall Frl
I dav evening undf-r the campus commltteo
II Tvas well attended and voted by all present
1 as a grand social success.
I William J. Lewis of Vineyard ward has
1 rpcn employed by tho Uj "TwraUona
I "achovaUeynd will loavo for tho
I Mayor T. C. Boyer of Sprlngvllle was
, i hi' this cltv Monday, looking after the ln-
ViViV WlBf tei-eeta of Sprlngille In the water suit now
fflltf Vi'flWfl ponding In court. a o o
wljiflKu 2Usa Diana Bean nnd 2dles--ainrETe
NEW TORJC. March 12. That romance
no lesa than airships has to do with M.
Santos-Dumont's present visit to this
country has Just become known.
In Paris llvo years ago the young In
ventor mot Mlas Lurllno Sprockels, for
merly of San FranclHCo. Tho young wo
man Is very handsome, and has many ad
mirers, and M. Santos-Dumont. Jointly
tho latter, was booh very much In love
with her, and sho apparently returned his
Miss Sprcckels's parents, her mothor In
particular, opposed her marriage to tho
famous Inventor. It Is bnllovcd, however,
that this opposition will bo overcome.
Thurman returned home Monday after a
two years' mission to Europe. Tho girls
are In tho best of health and spirits, and
report as having onjoyed their labors In
tho mlsslonaiy Held very much. Before
returning they visited many of tho promi
nent cities of Europe.
Tho lectures given In tho B. Y. univer
sity Thursday by Prof. W. E. Clark of
Chicago wore well attended and greatly
John H. Leo of Mapleton was In thla
Mrs. 5JIna Muhlcnbruck, who has been
visiting with her mothor. Mrs. Marj' Beck,
for several montha. left Monday to Join
her husband at Stockton.
County Commissioner Webb camo over
from Lehl City Monday.
Mrs. Cal Cragon has Joined her husband
at Colton. Mr. Cragon has accepted tho
position of station agent for tho R. G. W.
of that placo.
Mr. Elmer Beck left this week for
Stockton, where he has accepted a posi
tion with tho Cyclone Mining company of
Postmaster Lawrcncv of Spanish Fork
was a visitor in this city Monday.
O. M. Mower, Thomas Dallln and Wil
liam Mendenhall of Springvlllo came over
as witnesses In the Springvlllo and Maple
ton water suit.
Judge Saxcy of Spanish Fork was over
Monday. He Is attorney for Mapleton In
tho water eult with Springvlllo.
The Woman's Republican club mot Mon
day evening In their clubrooms. Instru
mental music was given by Miss Mary
Lowls, after which Mrs. Emma SImon3
gavo a very ahlo talk on the lifo of Presi
dent GarlU-Id. Recitation, Annie K. SmooL
Song. Helen Greenwood. A short address
on somo of the political Issues to bo met
during the coming campaign was delivered
by D. II. Thomas. Tho Eighth precinct
served cako and cofTce. After an hour
spent in social chat the meeting adjourned
until Morel i 21st.
A very successful surprlso was given
Miss Lydla Knudsen at the homo of her
parents, SSS South First West. Friday
evening. About forty friends with baskets
laden with dainties and a freezer of Ico
cream decided to take possession of tho
house, which they did until a lato hour,
each feeling tho evening had been a most
enjoyable one. Among tho guests wero
Messrs. and Mesdames James CIov and
John Stewart. MIssch Ada Wllklns. Ella
Suard, AUIc Smoot. Sadlo and Maud Gra
ham, Florence Jeppcrson. Maud Wllklns.
Edna Gardner. Daisy Davis. Ethel Cooper,
Jennie Robinson, Mattlc Warner, Sa-nh
Hurrle, Alberta Singleton. Nellie . id
Lydla Knudsen. Messrs. Rov McMlchael,
Isaac Brockbank. Sim Smith, Wlllard
Andelln. Hebcr, Carl and Albert Knudsen,
Venan Hinckley. A. Nelson, Jack Adams.
Will Hoover, Walter Cox, Wllford and
The old folks' committee of tho Fifth
ward entertained the aged of their ward
Friday. A very excellent programme was
carried out In tho forenoon, and at 12
o'clock all sat down to an elaborate ban
Mr. and Mm. George Tllton loft Satur
day for Axtell. whero they will spend a
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McOraw came
down from Logan Sunday. The former
returned Monday, but Mrs, McGraw will
spend a few weeks visiting rulativcs and
Iriends of this city.
The "Patients" social and ball given at
the Stato mental hospital Thursday even
ing was a very brilliant affair. An excel
lent programme was carried out by tho
patients, and certainly reflected credit on
tho Institution. Tho guests wero then ta
ken to tho dining-room, whero an elabo
rate banquet was served. The evening
was concluded with a grand ball, at which
tho guest3 were expected to danco with
tho patients until 10 o'clock, when thev
were taken to their rooms, the guests re
maining and enjoying tho dance until 12
o'clock. Gov. Wells and wlfo, together
with tho Slato board, wero present
The Nineteenth Century club of Provo Is
Indebted to Mrs. A. C. Ewlng of Salt Lako
for an enioyablo afternoon on Friday, tho
occasion being tho reading of a paper on
"Jano Austin," in which tho writer (Mrs
Ewlng) gavo a brief sketch of tho au
thor's life and a critical analysis of her
novels. Tho pnper was read by Mrs. Roso
Searlo. nnd Is one of tho many good tilings
In the possession of the reciprocity bureau.
Next week Mlas Edith Macgulrc will give
a talk on "Art."
Hon. Charles DeMoIsy of Salt Lako was
in this city Thursday.
A pleasant and ngvcoablo Hurprlse was
given tho presidency of tho Fourth ward
Relief society on Monday evening by tho
Relief boclety of the ward. They were In
formed tliat they were wanted by tho
bishop at tho ward houso on Important
buslnons, and woro "truly surprised " A
delightful time was had by all prcaent,
and a sumptuous repast was had In the
vestry of tho house, at which several
toast wero given, and responded to, Mrs.
May Bell Davlea acting as toastmaster. A
short, spicy programme was given after
tho repast, consisting of songs, speeches,
etc, by different ones present. A poem
composed by Georgo Moldrum for tho oc
casion on the "Llfn of Mrs- Magglo Wat
son," Uio president of tho society, was
road by H. S. Pyne, and Mrs. Bennett
who had tho matter in charge, presented
Mrs. Watson, and Mn. Delia I. Booth and
Mary Boyden, her counselors, each with a
beautiful autograph album, as a mark of
esteem from thoao present. Among thoso
present wero Mr. and Mrs. Androw Wat
son, Jamoe Boyden. H. S. Pyno. Oscar
Young. Benjamin Bennct. C. H. Davis
Caleb Haws. J. C. Ferrln, John A. Vance
E. D. Partridge. E. II. Smart, James a!
Oliver. D. P. Thueson, Robert FerguBon.
W. O. Spcrry. E. H. Sparks, C. JL CUooIot,
Orrin Jaryla. Mj fiooa, flh,
Jones. Georgo MJdrum, D. P. Thomas.
Walter Dixon, David Edwards, members
of tho Rallef society, Mrs. Marllla Daniels
of the stako profldency and many others,
all winning tho honored guests a long life
On Tuesday evening a delightful sur
prise was given Mrs. Margaret Watson of
tho Fourth ward, the occasion being tho
lady's seventy-second birthday Tho Jolly
crowd went laden with tbo good things of
tho oarth, and complotely surprised tho
venerable lady. A lap lunch was served,
with hot cocoa, and the ovcnlng waB
ploasantly spent In songs, etc., each one
present making a short speech, telling of
tho acquaintance with Mrs. Watson and
wishing her many years of Hfo still to
come crowned with blessings to tho poor
and needy, as tho past years of her lifo
had been. Among thoso present wero Mr.
and Mrc. John E. Booth. Andrew Watson,
Oscar Young, J. C. Ferrln, II. S. Pyno,
Mrs. Mary' Boyden. Cornelia Clayton, Nel
lie Harris, Sarah Baker, Martha Hunter.
Mary Gledhlll. Emma Ashworth, Avle3
Van Wagenen. Ida Freeman, Clalro Hcn
rle. Roso Young Stewart. Mary NlelHon,
Mr. A L. Booth, Lizzie Boydon and Miss
Perfect In every detail was the Informal
reception given Wednesday aftornoon In
celebration of tho seventh anniversary of
tho L'tah Sorosls, ot tho beautiful homo of
Mrs. M. M. Warner. W East Second South.
Tho club colore, hcliotropo and cream,
wero charmingly carried out In'tho deco
rations, as they were also In tho dainty
and delicious refreshments. Festoons of
carnations, smllax and violets in abun
dance, caught here and thero with rosettes
of ribbon, brightened by tho many-colored
candelabra, made the soeno ono of beauty,
while tho violets and sweet-scented flowers
mado the air fragrant with their perfume.
The punch bowl was gracefully presided
over by Miss Lena Bachman, whllo tho
officers and members of the club acted as
reception commlttoc. About ICO guests
wero entertained, among whom wero
many club women of Springvlllo. Mrs- E.
A. Wedgwood of Salt Lake, a charter
member of tho club, was an honored guest.
A verv pleasant surprise party was
given Thomas Court of tho Third ward
Monday ovcnlng. About thirty friends
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Harding of tho I
Third ward were tho recipients of a very
I enjoyablo surprise Thursday evening. Tho 1
ovcnlng was spent In games, songs and
I recitations. 1
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAYSON, March J2. Frank. McClellan,
a former resident .and business mnn of
Poyson, but later of Park City and Provo,
was In Payson Sunday. Ho returned to
his present home In Provo Monday.
Frank F. Flnlayson went to Salt Lako
Monday on business.
"Billy" Rldd, traveling passenger agent
of tho Rio Grande Western, spent Sunday
ovcnlng in Payson. He returned to tho
capital Monday morning.
Miss Nclllo B. Hulsh went to Salt Lako
Oscar McClellan. a young man who for
mcrlv resided here, but who went with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McClcI-
1 lan, to Oregon three years ago, la here for
I a visit with relatives.
I A parly was glvon Sunday evening by
I Mr. and Mrs. John Pcrsson at their homo
1 to a few of their friends. The evening
was very pleasantly spent with games,
social chat and a delicious supper. All
present report a most pleasant evening.
Milt Pago Is home, after an absence of
several months In California and Nevada
Will Persson and Johnny Dono returned
homo Tuesdny from a stay of several
days In Eurelca.
E. H. Pulvcr made a business trip to
American Fork Monday.
Z. S. Taylor of Salem was In our city
Werner Gaescr of Ophlr, Utah, Is visit
ing In Payson.
O. P. Hulsh went to Salt Lake Monday
City Councilman Hyrum Lemmon mado
a business trip to tho State capital Tues
day. t a
Miss Ltah McCuno of Nephl was hero 1
Sunday and Monday, tho guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. SL A. Coombs.
I Georgo A. Hone of Benjamin Is home
from Detroit Mining district. In the couth- t
trn part of Juab county, where he has I lH
been all winter looking after his mining I
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James A. Daniels is home from Logan. 1
whero ho haa boon employed several I WM
wi.n-ks on the electric light plant which B WM
has been instulled there recently. 11
Leonard DeLong. a prominent citizen ot ,H
Eurefca. was In Payuon Tuesday for a, , !H
short tunc ,
Deputy- Sheriff "Jack" Buchl tvas b H
Payson Tuwjday on business connecttd;
with tho Sherift'a otflco. (
Ed Smrorous -was dowit from Mammoth. H
Sunday for the day.. g ,
J-. 17. Fultbanks, tho artist or Salt Lal&v , ' H
was In our city Tuesday visiting relatlvoa
ami frUmds. H"e vtub for many years & H
reKlilrnitof Pucfwn, and has many riaml ( . H
uwru tu rxnarr aiatiiaiittanco wiUK I ' H
it to htitfT fco-y- arrtvvd: zt the non ot I
IXr and Mis. Dr. Q. C Langlcy WexTncs- i ' H
(his. AH xtx'IL
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John Boolton. an old resident of Payson ' . I
1 H M M M H I I I I t I I t I I I I H I t H IH Hit I I ' I'tH t II H HI I H I I t I I I i H 1-ffHH HUHHHIHHIUM- j
t , , B ' M- fUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will present a per- ! !
, Jr' ''IP eCt eaut sow f e very newest creations and most I
X V nove ideas from Paris and our domestic markets tj
. . ; . 1 WMl I ur Pattern ats n fact our entire showings is more dis- j f j'
I vy. Bit S i II tinguished this season by evident style and excltisiveness. X ! j.j
X rl;: v MSk it ou can ar'y have a clear idea of fashion's present trend 1 I.
' MKiPf r ' i' without seeing the exhibit. See these hats make your se- ! 1
X Bfe I I lections before serious inroads are made in the now perfect X 1
X ' 2 Z1J assortont 1 1
f 41 2 walker's suits c oo Our Corsets for a Mar, t 1 1
"r VV JUtH.... T Tho new ones you should read about in W. B., G. D., C. B. and Warner's. J :
X Have you seen the talker suits at ?3o? They're the most surprising reg- l yhite batiste lace trimmed corsets with long habit bin, has supporters at- ' i
t Jlflr values Salt Lake has ever known. We've scoured the markets "everywhere" t tached. For stout, medium or slender figures. They are well tailored, well boned, X ( l j
I to get them together. It's an idea of ours to make them an all season special, and :: shapely, kind you usually find in higher grades. Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- X
I not a feature of a day or week. Here's the point: X day $1.00.. X W
x A $35.00 Suit of Perfect Model, Btst Workmanship, -t n m m m m m m n m h m m h m h hh-h-i ihkiiihkihuiiiih t
I tiMM!y?u' i 50c ChUdren's Underwaists-35c. ! 1
4- We want to make these famous; we want to make it plain that you should X iwtt w -ww w w
t come to Walker's for your suit needs; we want you "to talk about them. Choos- I White jean underwaists for children in sizes 1 to 12 years. Lace trimmed, I
f ing's not confined to one or one dozen, but to many dozens. Come Monday and I tape buttons, strap seams, attachment for hose supporters." A durable washable J
all the season and make their acquaintance. 4 wajst 0f the "Ideal" make. 50c values for 35c. j
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:: I The dress goods section is really an exhibition of the very newest weaves; styles and colors in Silks and I ij
ress m ,Q5gls an 0 tat emraces "fc muni li
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Art Department Redmdion. Lace CurtalnSc I
J All hemstitched Linens, Roman cut work embroidery, squares, scarfs, round t A very handsome lot of curtains have just arrived, including grenadine, net 1
I Pieces and doilies are offered this week at 1-3 off regular prices. J and swiss, in all of the newest patterns. X M
X , f DOILIES-loc, 20c, 25c and 30c. Grenadine, Silk Stripe, $3.00 to $4.50 per pair. t
1 3 OF F I SQUARES 50c, 75c, 85c, $1, up to S3. . Grenadine,, Colored cotton stripe, 3.00 and 2.50 per pair. ! g
X I SOARFS 35c, 50c, 75c, S5c, up to $L50. t Swis, in pretty patterns, 65c to $3.00 per pair. jffi
v ' L Xet rufiled edge, $1.25 to $5.00 per pair. ' X IB
1 "m ' ' M 44mmKm I it is not too earlv to buy curtains if vou wish first choice. X
' Hair Goods BemonstratiosiL- I J MJ M 'Ji'J 1 1 1 ' r I I
X This is the last week of this demonstration, as Mrs. Petri is to leave, but be- I GlOV SpeCiaITllFe DflyS. t j K
X fore doing so she desires to close out her entire stock, and in order to do so she X t m ji i i 1 -n 1 1 -, T si
X t ii i,ft 1.1 4.1 i . , , I The ''Lelia" Glove that is always good value at $l.o0 to be lowered in pnee lii
T offers all her hair goods at less than half their real value. I , , . no 1 -f IM
I rru in,4 t -i. X for three days to 98c. t fl H
X The last week. Don't miss it. Tir-i rnj-i-nrii
t t Monday, Tuesday and T ednesday. -f 'rfl
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