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"! 20 The Salt JL&km Tnmmmt .StosaMorot-g, mTt'i; 1904. 1
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II ' i VERT beautiful dinner was tliat
Jj ' , A given by Samuel Newhouso at
ji , jM his homo laat evening. Fourteen
j covers wero laid at n. largo round
j I table, In tho center of which was an
l Immonse silver bowl of plnlc roses, the3Q
m ! I same flowers also being uacd on mantel
jj I ' and sideboard. As usual In tho parlor
jj'i i and reception hall, only tall vases o
U I American Beauties were seon.
j Arthur J. Cooley, a prominent eocle-
j ' ty man of Omaha, Is-a guest at the
y KnutBford hotel.
' A large number of those who'attond-
j' cd tho opening of the Country club yes
terday . afternoon remained to supper
j 1 and enjoyed an informal danc In tho,
1 evening. .
' Basoball In becoming qulto a popular
I , fad with tho members of society and
every afternoon partlos are seen atto'nd-
I I ing tho series of games now on at
I Walker'n flold. .
I j '
' Col. and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmefl en-
I 1 tertaln. at dinner today In honor of tho
1 1 I birthday , of Miss Graco Emery,
I Arrangemonts are about completed
j for a.largo and brilliant social event to
be given at jthoKonyon hotel In tho
Mr. and Mrs. T. G, Griflln last oven-
l lng celebrated tho first anniversary of
their marriago by giving a dinner par
ty at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
i I Carter. The tablo was very prettily ar
ranged with npplo blossoms. Tho In
vited guests wero Dean and Mrs. Ed
die, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Tarvln Harris,
Charles Wilkes, Mr. and Mrs. T. B,
' . .
i A few friends enjoyed a very plcas-
H, nnt informal evening yesterday at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E- Gallghcr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Tarvln Harris gave
Hl. a very informal dinner last oVenlng In
Hi i honor of tho birthday of Miss Grace
i A Denver paper of recent date- con-
Hl tains the following account of a mu-
nlcale and card party given ono oven
' ing last week by Mrs. Thomas Marlon-
cause In honor of Mrs. George W. Show
( md Miss Eva Snow of this city: "Mrs.
Thomas Marloneaux gave a beautifully
appointed card party and musicale last
Wednesday night at tho home of her
sistor, Mrs, William H., KIstler. Tho
affair was In honor of Mrs. George W.
Snow and Miss Snow of Salt Iako City,
who aro Mrs. Marloncaux's guests.
Hi Pink was ho color scheme, It being
used in the score cards, prizes nnd ro
freshmcnts, and the house was beautl-
H1 fully decorated with pink roses and
sweet peas. Somo soventy-flvo guests
Hl wero present."
, Mrs. X. A. Swift, one of Bolso's lead-
Ing musicians and president of tho
Bolso Philharmonlo association, Is vls
1 Itlng in Salt Lako. a guest at the Kcn-
I yon hotel. The Philharmonic assocla-
lion has been most successful, and -al-Hrtu
though Bolso has a population only
i about ono-flfth that of Salt Lake, Mrs.
Swift says that at tho concerts given
J by Blauvelt, Bauer and Schumann-
Holnk, under tho auspices of tho Phll-r
H,i ' harmonic, tho largo music hall was
Hj Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Silver leave Tnea-
Hj day morning for a month'B visit with
Hil - Dr. Sliver's parents in Now York City.
1 , l Ur. Silver will also attend the Y. M. C.
' A. convention nt Buffalo beforo roturn
' ing to Salt Lake.
Hj' Mrs." Francis G. Luke left last Tues-
day for California to pass a portion of
tho summer there, later going to tho
Mrs. Iydla D. Alder and daughter,
HL iss Tay Alder, left during tho week
HU t , for' Now York, and will sail on May 18
H ' for Berlin, whero Mrs. Alder will speak
1 ! at the quinquennial convention of tho
HL 1 international Council of Women. At
tho close of tho convention Mrs. Alder
l ( :ini daughter will mako an extended
tour of Europe and tho Holy Land.
i! .( s- Bodp has gono to Bouthern Utah
on a two months' visit.
' I Miss McGuigan- of Montreal, Canada,
j and Misa Galloway of Denver are
quests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Porter, at
1 ' the Kenyon. MIbs McGuigan, has been
'i vlBltlng Mlaa Galloway in Denver, nnd
camo to visit for a few days with Mrs.
' Porter before going to St. LouIh, whero
, ."ho will meet her parents and attend
i i Mr. and Mrs. James Fennemoro an-
Hr: r.ounce the engagement of their daugh-
I'i r, Nell, to Will L,. King. The wed-
Hg will tako placo on the evening of
n ., May 23 at tho home of tho bride's pa-
i Mrs. Martha Hoyle-KIng h'as changed
1 , tho date of her pupils recital from
H, !, Wednesday evening, May -1, to Thurs-
, day evening. May 5.
i c' P. Overfleld leaves tomorrow for a
H' month'H vlBit In New York city.
! Next Wednesday at 3 o'clock the
Iam,e3,o the FIrst Methodist church
will givo an informal afternoon In the
1 church parlors. Mrs. Elmer B. Jones
will givo a review of "Tho Dollver-
Hj ' rendered under the Bupervislon of
Mra- Charles G. Plummer. Mrs. Plum-
' ,er v'm ns a &olo, the Mlssea Os-
l! florne will givo a duet, Mlsy Mar' Fln-
j a-1"1 M'ss r?abel Osbonie will each
Hj t H-nder a solo. Members and friends of
i "ie ladles of the church aro invited to
1; 1 -itoad this informal afternoon,
IH marnago of Miss Clara Eailey
l and E;r. Enoch Van Cott will tako place
l a "Tl edneaday, at tho homo
oT Mr3- Thoraao Davis. A largo recep-
1' llon will follow the ceremony, which
i ; will be performed) at 7 o'clock, in. the
l! HI , presenco of relatlvea and lmmediato
1 i ' friends.
H' S Mrw- Gcorgo F. Goodv.in will road a
Hll ' t paper on "Our Foreign Trado and
I t What the United States Is Doing to
Hl '! Promote It." at the regular meeting of
il ( the Woman's Republican club tomorrow
H '' afternoon.
H! 1 ' The marriage of Miss Mamlo Stol-
1! vf handeke and Siebort Worndahl took
;! place last Thursday afternoon at C
1 .I' o'clock, at tlie home of tho bride's pa-
K vents.. Rev. P .A. Simpkln of Phillips
H i,'r Congregational church performed the
HS ' "jj. 'crcmony, In the preaenco of tho rela
lives of tho bride and groom. In tho
f M nJn-r a rccoptlou waa held, uttended
by a largo number of friends. Mr. and
Mrs. Worndahl are at homo to their
frlenda at SSO East Fourth South stree-t.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock tho
regular, meeting of tho Homo Protec
tive league Will bft held at Davis Dea
coness home, on Eant Third South
street. A full attendance is desired,
as tho. annual election of officers In to
More than JliO was realized by tho
j ladles of PhlUlps Congregational church
at the rummage salo hold yesterday
afternoon in tho church parlorB,
I m '
t Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock tho
regular meeting of Unity club will 'bo
held at Unity hall. The programme will
Include a paper on "Kahwr Wllhelm II.
aa Ho To," by Judge C. C. Goodwin,
and the musical numbers, which will
bo from Brhnu will bo under tho di
rection of Mrs. Charles G. Plummer.
Arthur Shepherd will givo a talk on
Brahms, with Instrumental eolectlona
by Brahma, Numbers from this Bamo
composer will also be given by Miss
Berkhoel, MIski Allen and Mloa Mar
Tho engagement of Miss Miriam Roso
Zacariah of Christ Church, New Zea
land, and J, Li, Schwartz, formerly
traveling oalesman for F. Auerbach z
Co. of this city, has Just been an
nounced. Tho marriago will take placo
In tho near future, and tho' brldo and
groom will return to Utah to make
Tho George R. Maxwell W. R. C.
and post gave a joint card party and
dance on Thursday night, which was
largely attended nnd was enjoyed' by
Tho B; of Jj, F. nW the Ladies' so
ciety will give a Jqlnt social and card
party on Tuesday evening, May 3, at
B. of L. F. hall, corner First South
and Main streets.
The Dramatic Death of Roman Nose.
"In spite of his terrible 'wounds, the
heroic Forsyth was thoroughly in com
mand," Dr. Cyrus Townsend Brady
writes, in telling' the story of Forsyth's
Rough Riders of 'CS in tho May Pear
son's. "Waiting tmtU tho tactical mo
ment when tho Indians wero' but fifty
yards away and coming at a terrific
speed, he raised himself on his hands
to a sitting position and crlcjd, 'Now'"
"The men roso to their knees, brought
their guns to their shoulders, and
poured a volley right Into tho face of
the furious advance. An instant later, .
with another cartridge in the barrel
thoy delivered a second volley. Horses
and men went down in every direction,
but, like the magnificent warriors they
were, tho Indians closed up and came
sweeping down. The third volley was
poured Into them. Still thoy came. Tho
war songs had ceased by this time, but
in undaunted spirit, still pealing his
war cry above the crashing of the bul
lets, at the head of his band with his
magnificent determination unshaken,
Roman Nose led such a rldo as no In
dian oyer attempted before or since.
And still those quiet, cool men contin
ued to pour bullets Into tho horde. At
the. fourth volley the medicine man oh
left of tho line, and the second in. oom-
mand, went down. The Indians hosl
tated at this reverse; but swinging his
rifle high in the air in battlo fronzy, the
great war ohlof ralllod thorn and they
onco moro advanced. Tho fifth volley
staggered them still more. Great gapB
wero opened In their ranks. Horses and
men went down, but tho impetus wao
30 RToat and tho courago and oxamplo
of tholr loador bo splendid that thoy
cmne oh unohcoked. Tho sixth volley
did tho work.
"Just as ho was about to leap upon
the Island Roman Noso nnd his homo
wero both shot to pieces, Tho forco of
tho charge, however, was so great that
the lino was not yet entirely broken.
The horsemen wero within a few feet
of tho scouts when the seventh volley
was poured into their very faces. As
a glgnntlc wave moots a Bharply Jutted
rock and is parted, falling harmlessly
on cither side of It, so wqb that charge
divided, tho Indians swinging them
solves to tho pides of their horocs as
thoy swept down the length of tho is
land. "'The ocouts sprang to their feet at
tills Juncture and, almoHt at contact
range, Jammed tholr revolver shots Into
tho disorganized masses. Tho Indians
fled precipitately to the banks on either
sido, and tho yolllng of the war chants
of tho squaws and children ohanged
into walls of anguish and despair as
they marked tho death of Roman None
and the hor'rlblo slaughter cf hUs fol-lowors."
Tho brooder of puro Angora goats
must give cIobc attention to his flocks
the year round, says Country Lifo in
America. A. doo will often leave a now
born kid to Join her flock as soon as it
gets out of her sight, nor will sho re
turn to her kid unless tho flock hap
pens to feed that way. NaturaUy many
kids aro lo3t and othorB would die If
they were not taken caro oL A few
head of well-bred goats may bo found
profitable on any farm, especially on
a farm whero bruBh killing la an Im
provement, n.i no other wlU destroy
shrubs so quickly. (
BREEDE2T HAS IT
If It i for tho office.
IN MHiITAHY STTLE.
DESIGN BY MAY MANTON, RUSSIAN BLOUSE SUIT 42S3,
Military styles are tho very Hatest and most sought-afttr things for
lllllo boys and " delight their young hearts at tho same time that they
make a niost charming effect. Tho smart llttlo model shown is in Rus
sian blouso Btyle and Is made of dark blue mohair stitched and finished
with brass buttons. The blouso is an exceptionally becoming one, with a
big "collar that is extdnded to form full length revers at tho front, and Is
finished with tho straight standing collar characteristic of the style. To
make the suit for a boy of 4 years of ago will bo required S'i yards of
material 27, 2 yards 44 or 1 yards 52 inches wide. A May Manton pat
tern, No. -1288, sizes 2 t6 C years, will bo moilod to any address by tha Fashion
Department of this paper on receipt of 10 cents.
Size , J
-h Pattern r7o (Ten Cents Inclosed.)
Ad orders aro filled from tho East, it vrill require about ten days
-H from receipt. of order to receive patterns.
No Desire to Catch Her.
James F. Swccnoy, of tho Suffolk
(Mass.) bar, Is noted for the brightness
and aptness of his relorte. "Recently in
a case a woman was very refractory
under cross-examination, and although
the lawyerUHed all politeness and mild
ness, sharp and unsatisfactory rephes
wero received. Her meek and humble
husband was present In court, Mr.
Sweeney tried another lnnocont ques
tori, when the lady responded with
vindictive fire flashing- from her eyest
'Mr. Lawyer, you needn't think you
can catch me; no, sir; you can't catch
me.' With his most pleasing smilo Mr.
Sweeney, responded: 'Madam, I have
not tho slightest desire to catch you,
and your husband looks to mo aa if he
was sorry ho had succeeded.' A rip
ple of laughter went round tho court
room, tho judee stroked his mustache
to. hide a smile, and tho crier rapped for
order." Law Notes.
NEW YORK, April SO.-Admlral Sir Cy,
nrian Brldgo of tho British navy, who be
fore his retirement, March 11, was cora-mander-ln-chlcf
on tho China station, has
sailed for England. In discussing devel
opments in tho far East ho expressed tho
opinion that very largo battleships bavo
. boon Droved UAdcelrablo, - .
Fivc-Year-OId Hoy '
Traveling Alone From Philadelphia
to San Francisco to Meet
CHICAGO, April CO. Frod Cogg
shlll, five yenrs of age, left at S
o'clock tonight for the Golden
Gate. Ho has been made tho
special chargo of tho Lrans-oontinental
from Philadelphia to Ban Francisco.
Tho Grand Trunk railway brought him
to Chicago, where ho was transferred
and placed In tho special care of the
' agent of tho Chicago, Mllwaukco & St.
Paul, which road, in connection with
tho Union Pacific and the Southern Pa
cific, will land him in Oakland, Cal.,
whero hlB father will meet him next
Wednesday morning. Tills ia one of the
longest trips over mado by so young a
child and tho railroads Bhow lntorest in
him in ordor tp show how they cau
eafely handio children on trips of this
To the Ladies,
We want to remind you of the ex
quisite work we did in laundering your
chirt woiBts last season. Our methods
, 1C6 Main St.
Contamination of Deep "Wolls.
By a series of experiments which
proved how readily deep wells and
springs could experience pollution, tho
town of Quitman, Georgia, has doubt
less been saved from the dangor of an
epidemlo of disease. In this place tho
water supply of the city is derived from
wells, and In planning a sewerage sys
tem it was proposed to dlsposo of tho
public sewage by discharging through
a borehole into an underground stream.
Tho possibility that contamination
might result, however, was early sug
gested, and led to practical experiments
bolng undertaken by tho United States
Geological Survey, and tho Geological
Survey of Georgia, in order to deter
mine "the matter definitely. Two tons
of salt wero placed in the well whore
It was planned to empty tho sewage,
and the wator from tho various wellB
which had been previously examined,
especially as to their chlorlno contents,
was again analyzed, samples being
taken at intervals during and some
times after th5 experiment. It was
found that the salt had permeated all
of the wells in the town, demonstrating
oonoluslvely that disease germs could
bo readily communicated to tho drink
ing water. Thcso experlmonts nro in
line with somo carried on in Europe
several years ago, where It was found
that bacteria, placed In certain wolls,
could bo detected at other sources of
water In tho vicinity, and emphasizing
the lmportanco of carefully examining
and safeguarding water supplies under
all conditions. Harper's Wcokly.
Sunday May 1st, via Oregon Short Line.
Round trip only $1.00. Special train
leaves Salt Lake 10:00 a. m., returning
leave Ogden 10:00 p. m. Candy served
free on train. Everybody invited.
They Worked Patti's Husband.
Boron Codorstrom, tho husband of Ade
lum Pattl. was not up to tho wiles of
eomo of tho folks ho mot when in Pitts
burg. The Baron Is Bomowhat fastidious
as to tho various articles ho uses, and
hln cigars aro each reputed to coBt 49
conts wholesale The price may bo a cent
or two moro or less, but tho aroma of the
tobacco would indicate that thoy are
somewhat costly for ordinary, evory-day
consumption among folks who havo to de
pend on a weekly waga. An lntcrvlowor
who was tackllnc tho Swedish nobleman
dlscovored from him that the great
epngatresB hated clirarettcs above every
thing else not oven excepting a small and
frigid atidioncc. He pasaed tho word
around, and eo whon a bunch of other
callcrn met tho Baron they vrero an smok
ing clgarettCB. There was only one way
to abate this nuisance, and so the Baron
hod to produce hia cigar box. He never
puapected he was being "worked." but
the whole proceeding was little better
than a shell game so far as he was con
cerned. Some of theso clgaru ore Btill un
Bmoked, being1 kopt as souvenirs of tho
''last farewcll."-lvan?a3 City Journal
Weakness in men is caused by Inflam
mation of the prostate gland. Oregon
Elldney Tea cures this.
Tho largest grapevine In tho world 1b
growing in th Carplnteria valley,
twelve miles east of Santa Barbara,
Cal., it la called La Para Grande. It
was started from a cutting cixty-ono
yenrs ago by a young Spanish woman,
Dona Ayla. It Is eight feet four inches
In circura fore nee at its base, and one
of the horizontal brunches measures
more than threo feet in circumference.
Tho trellis covers about a third of an
acre, und sixty heavy posts oupport it.
The vine produces aa many as COOO
bunches annually, at a conservative
eslimato, and in good years many
clusters measure . twelve to flftten
Inches in length and weigh six to eight
pounds. Its owner estimates that lu
1S9E the vine yielded ten tons of grapes
Cures Grip and .
Humphreys' Specifics cure by acting
direotly, oh the sick parts wltlwut dis
turbing the' rest of thd system.
No, ' CURES
1. FEVEIiS, CorfgestlonE, Inllamma-
2. WORMS, WORM- FEVER or Worm
3. COLIC, Crying and Walctf ulncss of
i. DIARRHEA of Children and Adults
8. TOOTHACHE), Faceache, Neuralgia,
u. HEADACH3. Sick Headache, VertU
10. DYSPEPSIA. Indigostion, Weak'' Sto
mach. 14. SALT RHEUM, Eruptions, Erysipe
15. RHEUMATISM, or Rheumatic Palnu.
1C. FEVER AND AGUE. Malaria.
0. WHOOPING COUGH, Spasmodic
7. KIDNEY DISEASE. Gravel. Calculi.
20. URINARY INCONTINENCE, WeU
At Druggists, 25 cents eaoh or mand.
Cloth Bound Book, mailed free.
HumphroYB' Med. Co., Cpc William i
rt the W
TOMORROW. '" ' : '; if
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f'IRST, we would like you to do a little figuring with us,
k day we pick out ten articles of merchandise and offer themlP
"Specials" at a price never above cost, and in the majority J
cases at less than cost of manufacture We lose on the items advlt
tised but make a small margin of profit on a Bankrupt Stock $
clean, up-to-date merchandise that is sold to you at lower prices i f
can be offered elsewhere. You can't resist them once in the stol
Ten "Specials" a day is sixty a week and two hundred and forty k
month. We seldom offer an item more than once, so it represeniP
great variety of necessary goods. NOW, ARE YOU GETTING
YOUR SHARE AT THESE SACRIFICE DRY GOODsl
Reason with it it will be good for both of us. h
Our Offerings for Tomorrow Will interest m
From io A. M. to 12 Noon, j ifc
Irish huckaback toweling (fall bleached) OUR AFTERNOON jj Elbow length Imported sflk lJ ll
Allt ..5? ; SPECIALS SSSSJrj; 1 1
Shirt Waist betS. j a Will Commence at 1:30 Lace Collars. 1;
Another offering at those large first j and 'asfc till E i
Quality pearl acta, a bargain .X 4 P.M. I P PlCAt7 B10ck "faAl:
at 25c set, two hours, set lOf g T' and white, BOc values, lao Jt
Castile Soap. Madras Wash Suitings Witch Hazel H
Pure castilo soap, a gemerotia elico, And summer muslins, tvro lines of wash , li
nothing more need be said , rf goods In pretty dainty coloring, selling Imperial Perfumsrv Co.'s co,..jJft'
about it, Sc piece, two bourn,,,.... 4 r at 25c and 35c yard, 1:30 extract of "Witch Hazl. ei. mj
to 4 p. m., yard l foy c a bottlo ,C1(
; Knit Drawers. Gowns. Velvet Ribbon l
THilto Maco cotton, light weight, nm- Wn . a . . . , , V tiVCt XMUUUll
nalr 10 toV air 20 0 About 50 garments In price from R50 e3. Jft n f
pair, 10 to 12. pair y tQ each From 1;0 $ 3 1:20 to 4 h .yard...-. JBfc
T , to 4 p. m, your cholco O'OV a ft r 1
Denims. o . p, r , All Ovei4 Lac, JS
Or art tickings, absolutely fast colored, Oatin rlU. USXllOnS. a of J.j
pretty designs, 3o inches wido and A big assortment, all shapes, Soo to 75c and Talenclenne3 lacea. TiiirsM,
selling now at S5c and . each. 1:30 to 4 p. nu, price from $L50 to ?2J5 Mr-
40o a yard, rard 'U choice, each q yard, 1:30 to i p. nT, y..Mh'
Wc have a very extensive and pretty line of White Underskirts for the Sweet Girioij
uates. Can sav you thirty-three cents on every dollar. lv
W. BHRTLIWG, ----- ProprieKK
j & Harsh. WicRwire & Co.
ja0WShr " ''KcaflJ W?aLv Clothes are equal in everyway to
MWiyK tiie Finest lercliant Tailored Garmenta. They haTe fcj
t wSr0mh reaclie(1 the Wshegt point ot excellence in Fit, ff
mAmi tt ualit and Workmanship. gjg
P PPi T0TJ'LL eTAY FITTED, if we fail y w caa M$
yyiMi ur assortmeilt is now complete in new exclnsiT
fa fMi patterns in all the latest styles. Fancy OherioU, Wg
$&D MSiJWMMir 'r$ Fancy and Plain Worsteds. Homespuns and Blue Kl
WTSwJww'i'r find npon comParison caD
M- ISwPSfe 7ou from ?2,50 to ?5,00 suii: oTer prkes aated
MlA' WPI Si OPv S elsewhere. Can we add your name to our list? Hut
rkmw&0E0 Wsi Clrecs of the best dressed mn the dty wm u m
WMiW iffiCwK nothing but Hirsh, Wickwire & Co. ''Hand-Made'
j mP ROWE KELLY & CO. I
unsu.!V;cwTKE & Company' M
" ONE PRICB---PLAIN FIGURES, 1
MIbobs ; Eye Strain j' "fffm-
'" p retedy'alrof property-ond M I H
rVlkl Manufactarex of ra I accurately adjusted glascca. ? iv-rSft JM'
and dcalV-r In " Ot course It Is necessary to havo $ ' JK&fQtfti
R 1 V lo-n-olrv nSJT run 5 F Tur CP3 nlncd and tested to 3 J$ !
I mnmh J . 5 ? determine Just what glasses would S 2J sJm
g ond8 and other Pylons Btones. I K bo needed. Wo havo the reputa- i Ai'StdaSB
I Wo pay particular attention to I f tioa of being rellablo opUclano. R&rs&s"3i"" ' SI
9 flrst-claes watch repairing. Are n f Come hero for your "specs." 5 a-t-j-n-u- rot&wni
I well Drcpared to do all work in 3 i l n r I Bettor thim any Easr y jj ;
fag that line, as we carry a ull aa- ! 1 Bbb t9 I cost you loaa money, -f' HM
1 1 Kosnoier s si-iMiM 1 j
2S9SO.MA,lNST. l..., I utah Bedding & W