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' g the Salt IjAKE xribuke: stotdax MoEm otote 5, 1901.
If jj I HHE MOST REV. DANIEL S.
1 TUTTLE of the Episcopal church,
ri J for many years the bishop of this
,j dloccsc, was guest of honor nt a
'. 1 reception last evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George- Y. Wallace.
' ! From early until late "The Porches"
l 'I -n-as thronged with former friends? of tho
j venerable guest of honor, and for each
I. he had a kindly greeting, some word
'ji ' reminiscent of the days when he made
' his home here and was known and be-
' f loved by a host of people. Tho reccp-
t tlon was entirely Informal, and Mr. and
j II Mrs. Wallace were nested In recelv-
l ing by Dean and Mrs. Eddie. Mrs.
t 1 Belden presided in tho dining-room and
i 1 coffee was served by Mrr. P. H. Fergu-
son. A quantity of garden flowers
1 I beautified tho rooms, and the dlnlng-
table was attractive with Its decora-
i tlonu of sweet peas. Several hundred
I guests called during the reception
j I hours, which were from S until 11
J I o'clock.
f I Mr. and Jlr.. W. S. McComlck and
5 . Miss Mcd'ornlck arrived in tho city yes-
5 I tcrday from New York. Mrs. McCor-
S nick and MIs3 McCornlck have spent
the past nine months In Paris, where
they left Miss Genevieve to continue
I her studies,
1 I Mrs. George Phelps Ilolman will give
i an informal luncheon at tho Country
club next Tuesday.
' '! Judge and Mrs. Elias A. Smith will
entertain a few friends informally at
' dinner next Wednesday evening at the
I ', Alta club. On Friday they leave for a
II I 1
Dr. George E. Vincent of the Unl-
I ' vcrslty of Chicago jwlll arrive here on
J ( . the morning of June G. and during his
I k stay will bo the guest of Mr- and Mrs.
Lee Charles Miller nt 913 East First
fv i South street.
I J Mrs. Morgan and daughter, Miss Mor-
i I gnn, were guests of honor at a very
( enjoyable reception given yesterday
j) afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emma
n I J. McVlcker. The sego lily, so beautiful
. I for decorative purposes, was used In
H profusion in the parlor, masses of the
U l flowers banking the mantel and low
' bowls of them gracing piano and tables.
1 1 Pink rose buds and the full blown flow-
ll 1 crs made the dining table attractive ln-
r deed, a bowl of the flowers making a
pretty centerpiece, with the buds scat
tered over the cloth and forming a
pretty lattice work below the edge of
the table. Honeysuckle flowers and
. 1 roses filled several vases placed about
V the room and filled the air with their
.Y fragrance. Punch was served on the
i lawn, Navajocs, rugs and cushions
l' , making an attractive spot. A large
j American flag to tho Avest of the punch
bowl made a pretty background for the
u girls serving punch and for the guests
i seated about. Assisting Mrs. McVIchcr
J- J in receiving, in addition to the guests
' of honor, were Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. Mc-
Grath, Mr3. Brcdemeyor, Mrs. Boggs
and Mrs. Bickford. Miss Zano and
Miss McGrath poured tea. Miss McMil
lan presided at tho punch bowl, and as
sisting were Miss Haguo. Miss Claire
Ellerbcck, Miss Goss, Miss Dlx and
Miss Schmlerer. The hours of the re
ception were from 3 to 0 o'clock, during
which time about 200 guests called.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weir will sail
from New York June 23 for a four
months' visit in Europe.
Mrs. Loroy Dlnwoodey will bo at
home to her friends on Wednesday
afternoons In June at her apartments
in tho Miller flats.
Miss Lou Padcn leaves today to spend
tho summer in Pennsylvania. Miss
Frances Paden returned to American
Falls last evening. Both have been tho
g-ucsts of their brother. Rev. Dr. Paden
of tills city, for several days past.
Mrs. George Phelps Holman has dis
continued her day at home until Oc
W. J. Halloran and family leave dur
ing tho coming week for a visit at tho
Mrs. Morgan nnd daughter. Miss Mor
gan, who have been connected with the
Collegiato Institute for several years
past, leave shortly for New York and
will sail on June 2S for a year's visit
In Europe. '
Members of the normal clasB of the
University of Utah, '00, held their an
nual reunion last Monday evening at
the home of Miss Pearl Durnell, S0O
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Ileikes yes
terday issued Invitations for the mar
riage of their daughter Grace to Wilbur
W. Anness, at the First Methodist
nlnnvli Wrtrlnpsrl.-i v nvonlni' .Tiitif 13 nt
S:30 o'clock. A icception from 9:30 to
11:30 will follow at the home of the
bride's parents, 224 West First South
Mrs. P. C. Brown leaves this week for
California, to visit during the summer
months at Pacific Grove, Santa Cruz,
San Francisco and Oakland.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Cobb have moved
from the Fifth East hotel nnd are now
at home In the Miller flats, 60 West
North Temple street.
Miss Mary Olive Gray will sail from
New York on July 2S to spend the com
ing year In Germany.
Mrs. Frederick W. Sinclair will be at
home to her friends on Thursdays dur
ing the summer.
Miss Judith Evans left yesterday for
Denver nnd St. louls. After visiting
the fair Miss Evans will go to Wcque
tonslng. Mich., to spend the summer
with her aunt, Mrs. Clark.
4 m a,
A very charming Informal luncheon
of Friday was that given at the Com
mercial club by Mrs. E. D. Woodruff In
honor of Mrs. F. A. Grant of Seattle.
The round table was laid In the private
' A SMART LITTLE COAT.
' JAtinty little Etons made of pongee, silk and the like arc among the smartest
' wraps shown and are exceedingly attractive whether made to match the skirt or
of contrasting material. This one Includes a stole collar, that provides the broad
and drooping shoulders, and is made with deep pointed sleeves under which the
full ones of tho blouse show to advantage. As illustrated the material Is nut
, brown taffeta combined with tan color and trimmed with little ornaments of
1 ( braid, and matches the skirt, but all the materials mentioned are equally appro-
Hfj 1' prlatc. To make the coat for a woman of medium size will be required four
KK f yards of material twenty-one, three nnd one-half yards twenty-seven or one and
three-fourths yards forty-four inches wide. A May Manton pattern, No. 43S8,
sizes thirty-two to forty,' will be mailed to any address by the fashion depart
H' ment of this paper on receipt of 10 cents.
j Send to
U l Size w m
4- Pattern 3Io.. . , (Ten Cents Inclosed,)
j As orders are filled from the East, It will require about ten daya
Hj 4r from receipt of order to receive patterns. i
tk tf. . . x v. .,,. . '.. . . I
dining-room and was very prettily dec
orated with pink iosoh and plumosa.
Invited to meet Mrs. Grant were Mrs.
Richard Savage, Mrs. J. M. Bowman,
Mrs. Fisher S. Harris, Mrs. A. H. Pea
body. Mrs. Lena Peaslcc, Mrs. M. F.
Pfoutz and Mrs. George R. Hancock.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Nolan are now
at home to their friends at 441 South
Fourth East street.
Salt Lako friends will be interested
In learning of the marriage of Miss Ella
Sncdden and John Do Hoge, which took
place at Dlamondville, Wyo., June 1.
The bride Is a sister of Mrs. W. W.
Rivera of this city and formerly made
her homo here. Mr. and Mrn. Do Hoge
will llvo In Butte, where they will soon
be nt home to their friends.
Mrs. William Burke left Friday even
ing for her home In Idaho, after a brief
visit In this city.
Mr. and Mrs., R. J. Caskey entertained
tho teachers and students of West
minster college and tho Collegiate In
stitute at a lawn party last evening at
Mrs. Richard Savage and Mrs. F. A.
Grant will receive their friends Inform
ally tomorrow afternoon from 2 to i
o'clock at 1099 Third Btrcet,
Col. N. W. Clayton nnd Miss Clay
ton will return Tuesday from Detroit,
whero Miss Clayton has been study
ing music during the past year.
After a brief visit "with Salt Lako
friends, Mrs. F. A. Grant will leave
for her home Tuesday morning.
Mr?. W. W. Rivers entertained the
members of her club at luncheon last
Tuesday at her home.
Mrs. H. E. Schaufclbergcr has recent
ly returned from an extended visit
East, accompanied by her mother, Mrs.
J. F. Latimer, who will spend the sum
mer In Salt Lake. They are located at
903 Second street.
The young people of the First Con
gregational church gave an enjoyable
Mrs. F. D. Halm chaperoned the party,
which Included the Misses Cecil . Bow
man. Margaret llartwell, Helen Halm,
Maydella Hobbs, Ruby Armstrong,
Ethel Scranton, Nell Sutton, Barker,
Agnes Lewis, Catherine Irvine,
Esther Allen, Louise Allen. Ju
dith Evans, Pearl Durnell, Messrs.
Graham Lawrence. Jay Stockman,
Strain. N. B. Campbell, C. C.
Holman. Fred Scranton. Malcom Koy
sor. Alpha Manning, Bliss Moore, Will
Case. Will Neal.
Mrs. W. D. Sutton nnd son, Lawrenco
Schafer, of Park. City, arc vlBltlng at
the home of Mrs. Charles Shermcr, 462
Fifth East street, for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Smith announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Laura, to Thomas E. Vlsslng, Jr., the
wedding to take place October 4.
Prof, and Mrs. J. T. Harwood have
returned from a two years' stay in
Paris, during' which time Prof. Har
wood has been devoting his nttcntlon
Mrs. L Hill and daughter, Miss Leah,
leave today for Shoshone, Ida., where
they will make their home.
Prof. .T. A. Anrtorsnn Innwn thin tvpL-
'to spend the summer traveling in Eu
rope. A quiet wedding of June 1 in which
many friends were Interested was that
of Miss Aetna Smith and Dr. I. D.
Carpenter, which took place at the
home of tho bride's grandmother. Rev.
William JI. Fish, Jr., of the First Uni
tarian church performed the ceremony
In the presence of the lmmedlnte rel
atives. Tho bride wore a beautiful
gown of white crepe dc chine over taf
feta, nnd carried bride's roses. After
a visit of several wcclcs in California,
Dr. and Mrs. Carpenter will return to
Salt Lake to make their home.
The Misses Helen and Sadie Boyer cf
Springvllle left last night for the East.
.After a visit In Chicago with their
ifrother-ln-law, Dr. Alexander, the
Misses Boyer will proceed to New York,
where Miss Helen will resume her work
on the stage.
Mrs. William. A. Wetzell will give a
vocal recital in the near future for her
pupils, Miss Aura Rogers and Miss Lil
lian Turner. They will be assisted by
' Claude J. Ncttleton, violinist.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Democratic club will be held
at the home of Mrs. Annlo Myer, 651
East Fourth South street, next Wednes
day afternoon, June S, at 2:30 o'clock.
Democratic women are Invited to be
Mrs. George F. Goodwin and son
Harry leave Wednesday next to spend
the summer with relatives and friends
In Wisconsin. They will visit the fair
at St. Louis before returning.
Mrs. Sarah McChrystal, Mrs. Ed Par
sons and Dr. A. II. McChrystal leave on
Monday for an extended visit in the
East. They go first to Andover, where
Mark McChrystal graduates on June
23, and later will visit In New York, At
lantic City, Washington and other
Eastern cities, returning by way of St.
Louis. They will be gone about two
Members of the P. N. G. club will be
entertained next Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Isadoro Fox, 117G In
diana avenuo (West Eighth South).
Mrs. I. Wallers and son, Dr. Leon
Walters, relumed Friday from Now
York City. Dr. Watters has fully re
covered from his recent operation for
appendicitis, and will spend the Bum
mer In Salt Lake with his parents.
The annual meeting nnd election of
officers of the Home Protective league
will bo held tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock at the home of Mrs. D. II.
T;omey, 25 Seventh East. All mem
bers arc requested to be present.
Mrs. F. Danbach leaves for Portland,
Or., the latter part of the coming week,
to be gone all summer.
Tomorrow nfternoon the regular
meeting of the Woman's Republican
club will be held at at home of Mrs. V.
H. Pease, 675 Fourth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Blrklnshaw an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Mary A., to Ilyrum A, Chrlstenson,
the wedding to take place June 22. I
Mrs. D. B. Mudgett and daughter
Edith will leave soon for Illinois, where
they will spend the summer. Before re
turning they will visit the fair and
other points in Missouri.
Tho marriage of Miss Jane Wilson
and James Leonard James took place in
the Salt Lake Temple on June 1, A re
ception was held In the evening' at the
61, 63, 65 Main Street.
f A Watch That Doesn't j
j Go Is Better j
Than one that doesn't keep
One ia right every twelva j
' hours and tho other never
i A good watch doesn't cost j
: much these days, and it 1b a i
ccrjstant plcosuro to own
"Wo have tho right kinds;
all makers; all guarteod. !
Salt Lako City, Utah.
An Inquiry by Mall Will Be Prompt
j r&&S. -j. Wondorfu 1
f treatments. Su-
py-Ts 6 perlluous hnlr
removed by j
IJ'liiifo'ttj. T electrolysis. I
I J Wrinkles
LADIE8 ALL IN- mont for all fa
VITED TO CALL. clnl blomlshes.
Mrs. Craig Is solo ngent hero nnd re
ctlvca dally at her parlors. 5-6 '"The
Bverott." 176 W. 2nd So. Mall orders
home of the bride's aister, Mrs. E. M.
Wood, and on Juno 2 a reception waH
given In Union, Utah, at tho home of
the groom's parents.
Strength and Endurance
Are factors of tho greatest success.
No person can do full Justlco to himself
In no season of tho year nro they more
easily exhausted thnn in tho sprlnff.
Wo need not dlscusn tho reason for this
here. It's enough to say there la one. and
that Hood's Sarsaparllln gives mrength
and endurance, as thousands annually
CHEAP RATES EAST.
Via Burlington Routo
To Kansas City and return $35.00
To Omaha and return 35.00
To St. Paul and return 42.90
To Minneapolis and return 42.90
To Chicago and return 47,50
To SL Louis and return 42.50
One fare plu3 15 for round trip from
Utah points to nil Western Passenger
Association territory. On sale May 30th.
31st and June Sth, 9th. Return limit
good until September 15th. Stop-overs
allowed. Write or call on R. F. Neslen
Gcnl. Agt,, 79 West 2nd South St.
May 30 and 31, and Juno 8 and 9,
Via Oregon Short Line. Following rates
will prevail from Salt Lako.
San Francisco and return J36.B0
Lou Angelea and Teturn 5i,ro
Portland ' Spokane and return... 36.50
Tickets good 90 days, with transit
limit of 10 days going. See other ad
vertisements in thlo Issue for east
bound rates. City ticket ofilce 201 Main
Where are you going to spend this
year's vacation? Tho Lake Shoro rail
way's book of "Summer Tours to
Mountains, Lakes and Seashore," will
help you to decide. It will be sent on
application to Erwln Tears, Colorado
passenger agent, 1017 Seventeenth
street, Denver, or C. F. Dnly, chief A.
G. P. A., Chicago.
See F. E. Schefskl to arrange excur
sion to Custllla. 57 State at. 'Phone 70G.
May 30 and 31, and June 8 and 9.
Via Oregon Short Lino to Chicago. St.
Louis, Memphis. St, Paul and many
other points. Tickets good for stop
overs with final limit of September 15.
City Tlckot Office, 201 Main 9 t
i THE PARIS I
j MILLINERY CO,
I BEAUTIFUL MUSLIN UNDER GARMENTS II
ON SALE THIS WEEK. fA
DAINTINESS, AMPLE PROPORTIONS, GOOD MATERIALS, NEAT SEWING ALU "4
THE MERITS OP HOME-MADE GARMENTS WITHOUT THE TROUBLE ARE THE I ;
CHARMS THAT ARE POSSESSED BY OUR MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. . 1 '
i Each season vrc have a muslin underwear sale; each season vre gain experience as to what j
I styles and kinds are desired by the people in muslin garments. We therefore state unhesitat- I j
'i ingly that this time we are in a position better thnn ever before to fill your wants at the low- I j
jj est prices that hareever been offered. 1 j
j Negligees, Kimonas and Matinee Suits 1 1
! Also Reduced. j
l In connection with the muslin sale we also desire to call attention to our line of SILK IA
f NEGLIGEES, KIMONAS, ETC., which have been greatly reduced in price.
J We quote below items selected
( ' ' from the different kinds of garments I j
I v5 included in this sale, which, how- j
I j ever, are but a small part of the many I
: "Ccf - yu w displayed on our coun- 1
tlfV ters ttis weeL
. Corset Covers 1
Regular 30o Corset Covers that como in largo sizes trf I I
Yfrt fl Jfr-JC V-5S only will be sold this week for yr 1
j? ffS' iLadles' Corset Covers, tight fitting, trimmed In
i ify iTnr- fwR&P- Jaco an(i emDro'der', for JT ffl
: M'h'A:! lliS v All 50c Corset Covers on sale this week rf- 9
MkWkik. for, 37? 1 '
fti A&xlj!7ii vh.fc&h'& '-AH 55c Corset Covers on sale this week j-J I
3 Q&iA 3KStr5?$3?! X 'Ladles' Nainsook Covers, trimmed with Swiss i-irt
8 WmMhSmPm (embroidery, value 85c lY
' MWHMtMVMi (Ladies' Nainsook' Covers, trimmed with fine rRtf
I WW t. -i3 9f
S it WSriW Ladies' Fine Nainsook Covers, nicely trimmed fir.
v WmW" fWlth lace and embroldory' Vftlue ?L65' for pi.y
fSsJ ' (All 51.75 Corset Covers on sale this week C, ,n
? f KT 49
ILadles Fine Swiss and Nainsook Covers, trimmed C.
jj -Wjjy- with cluny lace and embroidery, value 52.25, for... ?I,yO 9 ',
S lOur beautiful line of Corset Covers that sell -.O I
Regular for 52.50. this week 4l.yO I j
1 GOWNS ZomT SKIRTS CHEMISE i
j Ladles' Muslin Gowns, j - f Very nice Skirts that sell .-rf- 35c Chemise that are very good
j tucked, yolk, special 4or for COc and 55c. this weok.. 4or value at that price will be yi(t '
All 75c Gowns this week Ladles Muslin Skirts, trimmed with sold this week for JY A
P will be sold for 57r embroidery and runies. end -5c ChcmiBe will bo soltf
P for dJT thlsweekfor 2Ar
!; Ladles' Fine Nainsook Gowns, All 75c Skirts on sale this f. ff ... . ..... , . I
trimmed with fine val. lace em- week for 3r 9hc7!,lsexhat , 1 "" A1& 1 I
3 va?u7Lr,bb0n' Sl.AO All 85c Skirts on sale thli fr 5C th,S W"k 4 f
ij value ?L7' for ''4 -eek for JY All 75c Chemise this week j
9 All 52.25 Gowns on sale thL Ct Lakes' Muslin Skirts, trimmed with only 5JY
week for ftl-Op ombroidery and lace rufTles gQ Cambrlc Cheralso ln two ;
i T Jt . M,,lIC ?Ll0' for styles. Ince and tuckcr
Ladles Fine Nainsook Gowns, Lad'es Skirts, trimmed with cm- yoke, value 85c, this week. JY )
fi trimmed with Swiss embroidery broidery, Insertion and ruf C. n
J and cluny lace, value 52.50, C, Q lies, value 51.C0, for I.y Ladles' Fine NalnBook Chemise, t,
t tr 41.90 All 52.25 Skirts will be sold tfJ, In two styles, lace and tucked yoke
4 . . fnr. J)l.nL n"d cmbroideo', value C. :
: 53.00 Gowns for t O 52.00. for $1'73 $
for 433.47 ladles' Fine Skirts, with three rows t
' hi- p,. of lce insertion nnd rufllc. also All Chemise that sell for 51.75 regu- ;
I ? , $2.69 g' (e ry; vluc $l g8 - $1.49 I I
t &.r..?.$3.29 '.$3.69 r.3:M..!b.i.s.k$3.47 1 1
I DRAWERS. SHORT UNDERSKIRTSl I
f Ladles' Drawers, made of muslin tucked; ffl ?
regular 30c, for.-. -OY The 50c kind ?nf 1
All 35c Drawers this . rf. for OJT jj
v week 27r Underskirts that sell regular for 70c, I '
j All Drawers that sell regularly for -IGc rf. special OJT 1
this week... 37p, All 75c and S5c Skirts ' CBA
V. Ladles' 1'ine Muslin Drawers, trimmed with . for OjY H ill
i fine lace insertion nnd rullie, value C5c. for.... 42r cm.i . , "I ; 1 ?M
I Ladles' Fine Nainsook .Drawers, trimmed with n.ie uSs'sVe . Sd VO,Ue f0r JL0' 8qP
Ih oci Src: . .sr: . ?V!?rr:. 71 a., 51.25 ak,;;; Jl
All 51.50 Gowns . rf. for ' 9r I j:
for 4)1.29 I ij
Gowns that sell regular for 51.25, T T ;n II
tin wo& 98 GLOVES. 1
THE RIBBON SALE CONTINUES Ladles' Fine Quality Lisle Gloves, ln black. I
modes and grays, special 20v 1 f
5-inch All-s lk Taffeta Ribbon, in all colnrq , ' 1 '
value 40c; special rS Children's Caps, m red. olue and white, the
very latest; special 43 r I t.
hiiii 1 ut nv