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- ' ' ,n MRS R. S. ROBERTSON
If P-AN J ho engagement of their
:H i!tcr MarearctRoso, to Dr. A.
lcg,1' xhe cuime will talco
r , rnnnro K D owner or-
Uj. nd JS to vimt for a
trlW- and M. George SI.
" MrKav and children will spnd
Vrt. Bo' V.h Mrs McKay's parents,
tfjiaJSn lit of this city.
T FA.Druchl and Mr. and
irr. itA Mrs. i j w,n b0 at home
u VKer i-,TDiBt First South street.
Settle? rSum tMV 'MOn"
! .. Mrs C D. ITclkcs announce
iff. i"1 of 'their daughter Grace to
Kitff eSn4r of Nebraska. The
w rnade yesterday aftor
SvSHclkea entertained tho
"ub her home. Mrs.
?25k iSvo a book review and
f2 S ftvorcd the ciub with sev
MonA Refreshments wero
SLf toe last course consisting of
lfI2inuS from hlch th0 mcat, had
hJS-M andln place on slips of pa
f?nn" mcnt of tho ensroccmont.
T -r w J Kins' annooinco tho
AfSilr daughter, Harrlotto Lil
Loseo. Tho marriage
!?.!.. rmnii Lucv Gates has returned
ikxSTork. 'where sho has been
IKytrr during .the past year.
s U tho date set for tho marriagro
KL sSiB Harper and William H. An
Th wedding- will take placo on
2K?i-iIns of that day nt tho homo of
SE&tMwxmte. Mr. and Mrs. T. EL
SE? ThSaiOBt Rov. Daniel TutUc of
Rl&s Till perform ceremony.
3. d Mr. J. K. Grant leayo Tuea
L'TitMn for Chicago, where thoy will
K ildr dauKhtor, Miss Florcnco, and
ft th. Worlds Fair.
u. r. J. Dockrey of Boise, Ida., Is a
MJSt ef btr Bister, Sirs. D. C. Roberts of
pyrf Eut street.
iMv ini Mrs. W. M. Ferry entertained
jKaflr at dinner Friday evening-.
n, RtTiewer will, be at noma tomor
Srit the home of Mrs. R. C. Woodruff,
K&rth Main street The programme
fffl ttkslft of two book rovlows, "Order
fcn." br Mra. Carollno Abbott Stan
requested tnat 11,18 00011 should
(K'miJKtd before the Reviewers by her
Ek lira. J. C. Royle; and "Tho Is
Vwc! Ui, by Mny Slarle Van Vorst,
k roTlwed by Mrs. II. W. Brown,
jftb. Llnls Thomas-Edward has re
Hnl frrcn Chicago, where she has boon
fcfcfcr vocal rauelc for the past nlno
jKcs lliod srcCargar, a niece of Mra.
M&n H. Jones, will return from Stan
Writboot the 15th of May.
dfljKff. 17. P, Selbort will discontinue her
homo after May 9.
Qi uoa&l .meeting of the "Woman'o
wifllbe held Tucedaj' afternoon. May
Mtitio home of Sirs. Allen T. Sanford.
,SKr Phrll!5 Thatcher of Logan Is now
fcbr'By to Salt Lake froai New York,
JMin she has been studying music for a
jHfcrUjMrs. A. B. Peak ore, home from
mhi vIM In California, havinff made
ud Mrs. Jay Tarvln Harris onter
W at dinner last Thursday ovenlnp,
ncRHts being CoL and Mrs. Edwin F.
asd Mr. and Sirs. Perry S. Heath,
pworitlcms were of red and whlto
Eimotl TVoolf and eon. Waltor,
"Bfffikdlr munmer wIth relaUvC3 ln
C'."? MZ5- Edward Richards leave
t Nj.er. Mlis Delia, who has bcon at
jarhopi at National Park seminar',
'o Trill return homo jtor tho sum-
S ?-,Rlchards Bnd chUdron leave
r Colorado Springs to visit Mrs.
Wi parents. Dr. and Mrs. Homo.
u?8ty "'nnE. ifay 18. is tho date
bUT'.J"3 redtal t0 Riven at
Tater by Prof, J? J. Mc
b'jV th morc advnnced ones
rW.1?"8 of concertos, with stringed
ct-!iCC0,mP,anlmcnt- I"110 quartetto
Si.f Skclton, first violin:
Lrw.Pr"' 8,cond v,olln! Mr. Jesper
ffl vo 01sen' celI- Mr- McClol
nipiay tlio second piano,
E611. PIcpor arrived yesterday
gJta hor mother, Mrs. Alexander
MSSv0''83 3kraybello Frce
Wm ThnrMnv Van.,den Alcker took place
'K? f ,th honi f ho bride's
liMs?rAerSt Seventh South street.
mtmJs at 3 Tnlrtl East street.
8lt wllh relatives in tho
Jfjlft, man's Democratic
TiM Vai "?h ? lnn)ycdn?Bda' "crnoon.
i iter Glih??fln.cnts oC Mra- Kow-
iWiada fSn ed.l ordcr at 2.30
Vft$r aendanco. of mcmbora -
ifflfcS'rtSf oTAl"5 ?f th0 WaHatch
f- the lSdiM Jucada' afternoon.
ilfiM.1 a Jud, i B?eS .entertained by
llfcaae u-,f aUendanco. and the
"tW hi yw M!.-F hc most Interest.
.?Wr on 3 Emma Cummlngs
let cr frmn nlnnl,s' Mra- Carey
J6tinrt'n.a friend, telling of
lllMiWne i L 'lW .wllc ln Boston.
IJofL, original poem the
n imLiui Longfellow. A reao-
'4Rl'B'aa?a&wm Dc entertained
f "TB EaflL tno hooie of tuo formor,
"Idm1! fa"d f ls Ignore
Um ' cvctb were laid for
'ijKAtiileDen0hld,f1Ctlrcl0' Ladl f
fllBt t the t0l"orrow oven-
JrMsirTw l"1' club,
USaltman Vn ,?ulchln30n
IKii'RaU .r tne cnsulne
BttYwi 80clato chairman,
doSSWb? ?hC.retar'- Reports
m read, ono of tho. nWt
encouraging items bolne that in addition
to fumlBhliiff thc model corridor in the
Wasatch school, tho section already has
SliG of tho amount needed to furnish tho
model corridor at tho Grant. Mrs. W. A.
IScldon was named as chairman o the
ways and means commltteo and Mra.
mlttec man of tho Philanthropic com-
Mrs. Dorsey Ash leaves early ln June for
an Eastern trip.
A linen showor was given for SIlss WIn
nlp Drury on Friday evening by her
friends. Miss Hilda Carlson and Mies
Elcanora Chrlstenson. About twenty of
tho girl friends of MIa3 Drury wore pres
ent Sirs. E. F. Hansen ontcrtalns tho Social
Sixteen club at her homo on Capitol hill
SIlss Ella SI. Dukes 'will entertain the
members of the Browning section next
.?M.rd.ay at 1 o'clock at her homo, 25
Fifth L.ast. It will be tho last meeting of
tho yjcar. and in addition- to tho election
of a chairman, tho section will plan work
for noxt year.
Tho Jndopendent Girl club was enter
tained at tho home of SIlss Leono Need
ham last Thursday afternoon. Miss Em
ma jLawTencc will entertain the members
at their next regular meeting.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock tho
regular meeting of tho Homo Protective
league will bo held at thc realdenco of
Sirs. H, G. Twomey, 5 Seventh East j
Sirs. Sr. A. Peters leaves shortly for
Chicago, to bo away several weeks,
Tho Misses Sryrtlo Robinson and Pearl
Langford were hostesses at an enjoyablo
character party Thursday evening at the
home of Mies Robinson. Dancing was tho
chief feature of tho evening's entertain
ment. The young ladles present and the
characters represented wero: Miss Lang
ford, a Wall street broker; MIbs Robin
son, a Mexican belle; Miss Price, a society
bell of '-19; MIsb Edna Ladd, a Puritan
maid; Slisa Myrtlo Fahcy, n sailor, SIlss
Ida D'Armcs, Dutch girl; Miss Jeanette
D' Amies, a Gypsy; Miss Anna Pratt, a
bandmaster: SIlss Anna Francy, as Hopo;
SIlss Elizabeth Gibson, a JapaneBO
maiden; Miss Weaver, Aunt Samantha;
Sirs. Gloss, traveling man; SIlss Lucy
Banks, Red Riding Hood; SIlss Frazlcr,
Janlco Slercdlth; Floronco Evcrlll, mu
sician; Sirs, Sillier, peasant girl; SIlss
Wlnckles, fairy; SIlss Stella Hanson, Cin
derella; Miss Cora Wlnckles, queen of
hearLs; Miss Williams, Tho Salt Lake
Lako Tribune; SIlss Emily Brown, Miss
Laura Robinson, SIlss Emily Eiglo, Amer
ican ladles of 1001.
Sirs. Josoph Ostler of Bingham Is visit
ing Salt Lake friends for a few days.
Tho SliFSionary society of tho Central
Christian church will give a muslcalo next
Friday evening at tho homo of Sir. and
Sirs. R. N. Piper, 124 T street. SIlss
Seckcl and SUss Plnkerton will be assist
ed by a number of young musicians in
giving a very attractlvo progremmo.
At tho meeting of tho Woman's Repub
lican club last Slonday afternoon Sirs.
George F. Goodwin read a very iblo pa
per on "Our Foreign Trado and What tho
United States Is Doink to Acqulro It." Tho
paper dealt particularly with tho Increased
commerce with tho countries of Asia and
tho islands of tho Pacific, showing a tre
mendous growth in the last thirty yearn.
The creation of tho new department of
commerce, tho passage of laws suited to
tho new conditions of our possessions, tho
passago of laws favorable to thc con
struction of American merchant vessels,
and othor laws were refercd to by Mrs.
Goodwin as evidence of tho desire of tho
United Stales to not only retain tho trado
of tho Orient, but to Increase iU
Sliss Cllfflc Cameron was tho hostess
at a delightful informal party at her
homo Thursday evening ln honor of Miss
Jennlo Earl, who leaves Slonduy morning
to reside in St. Anthony. Ida, Tho rooms
wero prettily decorated with flowers and
potted plants; red, yellow nnd green wero
tho colors carried out ln the decorations.
Pit and COO were tho games played.
Sliss Jennlo Earl was thc guest of honor
at a delightful party on Friday evening at
tho homo of Sliss Rosemary Holland. Tho
early part of tlio evening was spent ln
music and games and later dancing was
St. Louis and Return,
From SoJt Lake via Oregon Short Line
and Union Pacific. Tickets on salo
Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.
Sixty days' limit. Ten days transit
limit in each direction. City ticket of
fice. 201 Main street. See other Short
Line advertisements In this Issue.
Keep your eye on Castllla.
D. A. Smythe.
Dennis A. Smythe Is one of the sub
stantial business men of Ogden. Sir.
Smythe Is a typical self-made man, and
his remarkable faith ln the future of
Ogden has made him one of the city's
wealthiest men. During the time of the
rivalry between Ogden nnd Salt Lake,
Sir. Smythe never for a moment doubt
ed that the road must come to Ogden,
and purchased large tracts of land along
the route, which added materially to his
wealth. He is Jut't as loyal to the city
as ever, as Is evidenced by the fact that
he is continually investing ln realty in
the city and county. He has ever been
one of the prime movers In any and all
projects that will tend to advertise or
advance the welfare of the city,
DOES TOTJB SOAIiP ITOHP
Ar Your Hairs Dropping Ono by
If your scalp Itches you nro doubtlens
ufferlng from dandruff. The dandruff
germ Is digging up your scalp In little
flakes, called dandruff and sapping tho
life of tho hair bulb. No hair prepara
tion that is a mere hair stimulant and
tonic will cure dandruff, becauoe it won't
kill the germ that causes the trouble.
Newbro's Herplcldo Is the latent cclcn
tifln discovery; and It will kill the dan
druff germ. Destroy the cauBe, and you
remove the effect; kill the rerra and you
will have no more dandrufj, falling hair
pr boldness. Sold by leading druggUtt,
Hend 10a, ln atamps tor o&mpU ta Th4
Horsicidej .Co. Detroit, Hiotv
5U1T 5ALE THIS WEEK
1 Elegant Tnilor-Made Suits Jnst Received, at Prices that will enable us to give our custom-
ers a handsome suit at
I $10.00, $17.0, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00
I Which is One-Half their Regular Value. These are not samples, but all the latest creations in J
H Covert Olotli, Mixtures, Voiles and Oheviots.
J SHIRT WAIST SUITS.
u Have just received 'another large shipment of Shirt Waist Suits in Indias, Lusans, Taffeta I
1 and Foulards. I
H Thetprices of these -suits will enable every lady to make a purchase. The quality is un- I
1 equaled, the styles the smartest and latest creations, as is always shown in our shop. Prices 1
SiO.OO, S15.00, $20,00 ftl $25.00
1 We have never before been able to give the values as we are doing this season in all tho
I grades, and the styles are unequaled.
I New Hats received in smart street wear.
PONGEE WITH VELVET AND LACE. ' ,
DESIGN BY MAY M ANTON.
FANCY WAIST 4705. FAN PLAITED SKIRT 4697.
Pongee in all colors is a notable favorite of fashion but Is never more
attractive than ln the undyed shade, that Is neither yellow nor tan; vh)ch'
was the one chosen for thla smart gown. The soft silk lends itself to the plaits
In both wnlst and skirt with singular success and the lovely tone Is greatly
enhanced by the touches of brown chiffon velvet and the trimming of ecru
lace. The blouss is a most becoming one and Includes shoulder extensions
that give breadth without exaggeration, while It is closed Invisibly at the
front and left shoulder scam. The skirt la both new and graceful and Is
cut in twelve gores with extensions on each that form the fan plaits. To
make the gown for a woman of medium size will be required, for waist, 4
yards of material 21, Z yards 27 or 2 yards 41 Inches wide, with yards of
velvei for belt and trimming; tor skirt 16 yards 21 or Stf yards 44
Inches wide when material has figure or nap; 12 yards 27 or 6 yards 44
Inches wide when material has neither figure nor nap. A May Manton pat
tern of waist, No. 4705, sizes 32 to 40. or of skirt, No. 4S97, sizes 22 to 30, will be
mailed to any addreas by the Fashion Department of this paper on receipt of 10
cents for each.
-f-i-4- -r---f-r---f--r-r---f--"-f. -
f Send to
f Pattern jTo.. (Ten Cents Inclosed.) ""
As orders are filled from tho East, it will require about ten days
from receipt of order to receivo patterns. "
-fc & -h .. -h . . rfcrfc $ i; '
I Health and
Are the two essential features
in a Itobinson Vapor Bath.
Cabinet. The Vapor Bath re
moves all skin impurities. It
is mado of double faced goods,
impervious to germs, and is
guaranteed for years. You
need not suffer from skin dis
eases, rheumatism, or colds if
you possess a bath cabinet.
Tho prices range from $5 to
Where the Cars
The "Christy" Tie
The latest swell low Shoe for women.
238 and 240 Main st 'Phone 695.
Put to Sleep "
by a Crank
Bottle of Chloroform Dashed Over
Congregation at a Bevival
WABASH. Ind., May 7. While
Christian HollncsB people were
in the middle of an enthusiastic
revival meeting nt their taber
nacle here today, on unknown person
dashed a big bottle of chloroform over
the congregation. Numerous persons
were so overcome that they had to be
dragged to the doors before they re
vived. There is no pepper in
Schilling's Best ginger ; there's
nothing wrong in Schilling's
I CARDNEl SUNDAY STORE S
e man caughfc llhl
jf L- purloining one of our I f '
I good suits yesterday morning is to be ji
I commended on his sound judgment of 3 jl ,H
good qualities, ' j'H
But his method is to be 'condemned j H'-l
For there's no use of a man stealing 4 1 jfl
When good clothes are to.be had here P H
at such little prices. 1 j I j H
It matters not how highly cultivated 1 I ' ' I
I your taste is, 1 '
Nor how humble your pocketbook, I I
I We can please you in a Spring Suit, p . ; ; j H
Prices range from $5 upward, I !i)H
- Spring Hats, Spring Shirts and all the 1 ! H
other spring togs in our usual varieties - 1 1 j'H
Price. J. P. GARDNER Main St. 1 it H
THE QTJATJTY STOKE, 5 ,1
I To each purchaser of a refrigerator tvc give an order that j j
will keep your refrigerator or ice-box filled with the best and j ji,"
purest ice for thirty days, and we pay the bill.
NATIONAL REFRIGERATORS. 'I
We have no hesitancy in claiming this to be the best re- ' ! 1 '
frigerator made. Other manufacturers have attempted to I i '
equal the perfection of this refrigerator, but the National I i
stands alone. Prices 6.00 to $100.00. '
Brubaker-Campbell Hdw. Co.S '!
'Phone 1637-K. 27-29 West Third South. 1 J. LI
OUR. NEW 1 -I
SODA FOUNTAIN rj
1 ' r ! !
g Ib a great drawing- card it is as for ahead of the old kind as electric j ! ,
S light is ahead of the tallow dip. 0 ' 't
S Absolute cleanliness, perfect purity are possible -with this mod- x ,
etrn fountain. 0 ' '
It has many advantages that you can't see--but you discover S I ' ' '
S them in the g-lass of soda that has a delicacy of flavor, a pleasing ; -.'! ' ,
g richness, a delightful sparkle that is new to you. 'ft l( ,
Have you called to inspect our fountain P j
Have you had a drink hereP Get the habit. 01 , J '
I DR.UEHL FRAMKEN, I J- I
DRUGGISTS, . lj!'H
1 Southeast Cor. Main and Third So. St., Salt Lake. 'lI'H
I Don't allo-w yourself to break down. iBopair your ' J
1 nervous system, feed your tired brain. Don't wear " ( jl -!
youralf out, get the great rebuildor -"Pabst Malt Es R V t iH
I tract, "The Best Tonic." ,. It H
I BIEGEB & IjINDIBY, ' j; j j fl
"Tho Whiskey Merchants." ( '