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, J I jfi j 1 , 8 " . The Sait liAKJS Tbibuke: Stotday Mororare, J'tote 12, 1904. .j
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Ij if -mm RS. HEBER M. TWRLLS and
j ,. iffi (Wl Mrs. Dad 13. Hftinpstcad were
I V If ;H J Jjj hosteHscs ut a charming: tea yo.s-
,1 '('! j tcrdaj- afternoon xt the home of
4 H J J lho tornlcr' tIlc ove,,t IxJiviff In honor of
' 11 rial Mrs. Frank AY. Jennings of Boise and
j Mrs. Leroy DInwoodej', ono o the sea-
I !''') son's most popular brldos. Some 225
V jt. t fii quests v;ero hidden, the hours of the
I !jj 1 y' ttfa bcir.s from ."5 to C o'clock. ren were
! J Included in the invitations, and a num-
; ' I !' ber called during the 2aler hours of the
'tt afierncon. The Wells home Tvae at-
' vJi,, Inactively decorated in honor of the
'. y,'!J: event. All about the walli In the par- j
' j i''i) lor were hnngring vases Mind with gor-
'rft.t geous red peonies, while high vases of
) '! ; the same flowers and low bowls of vel-
4 If1, IV'ffl vety dark red rows stood on mantel
J .'' 'I and piano. Low cut-frla.-j.s bowlR of
t ' "ilM blush roses and peonies of the nomo
J M ,V,.', hue were the only decoratione need in
jj Deep rod roses were alno .seen in the
j !i- (I hall, whovo c. stringed orchestra fur-
M 1 -J . nishrd an enjoyable programme of
'I ' , .'I. classic and popular music. The dlnlntr-
'i i ioom made a striking picture with its
I n i V Ij wealth of yellow roses, yellow shades
f ' i : ?nd ornaments of hammered bras?. The
' 1 1 ' '! i oval table was covered with a cloth
A J'1 richly embroidered in yellow, and in
f , (; j the center was a handsome, high can-
f 'I iilestlck of hammered brass, with
' ; Jj smaller candlesticks at diagonal cor-
I ij ners holding- candles and shades of yel-
1- , ' 1 1 low. Surrounding- the centra) candle-
y ft slick and forming a circle were a dozen
J ; i , If low bowls of hammered brass, and,
, i' t jf -with the old-fashioned coffeo service of
! I ,JB brass, the table was attractive looking
t j' indeed. Yellow shades covered the
1 , flU lamps of the chandelier and cast a
!. j ) t pretty glow over the dining-room, this
' j1 being the only room where lights were
j used. Vanes of yellow roses and single
' 1 '! i s candlesticks with candles and shades
'i t) It of yellow also ornamented sideboard,
i ' . ' mantel and cabinet. Rugs and settees
j j l made the porch an inviting resting
) ' place, an immense American flag ma
k ' ' ' ' king a beautiful screen to the cast.
! ; ! Assisting Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Ilemp-
. , ; stead In entertaining their guests were
! , ft Mrs. Benner X. Smith. Mrs. 0. A.
Hi Robert Gould Smith, Mrs. Charles S.
T , j Burton, Mrs. L. E. Rlter, Mrs. Roy
T ! Hampton, Miss Edith Shearman, Miss
H' ' I'M J3lanche Kimball. Miss Jasmine Young,
L ;)! Miss Emllr Read.
I I:1;! ' '
Kl ' One of the prettiest luncheons of the
Hi f jfll week was that of yesterday when Mrs.
H) Ij John "W. Delano entertained for Mrs.
H) , It Thomas Weir. Low bowls of pink
Hl' 1 ' 'il'ij roses, with pink-shaded candelabra,
Hj. ;It formed the beautiful table decorations.
H :'t . Covers woe laid for fourteen.
B t ;m An announcement luncheon was
aS Jt' given by Miss May Billings yesterday
IH 1 i V aL tnc Commercial club, when her en-
H t j! 1 agement to B, W. White was made
Hn' ! ! icnowu to her most Intimate girl
H , .1 ' I . friends, members of the P. I. X. club.
11 I; The table was laid in the private
Vj ! t I j j' dining-room and was a picture with its
decorations of pale pink carnations. In
Hh ' J the center was a large round mirror,
Hp'i ,,!'! J ) almost hidden by the flowers, and scnt-
I If l'l Vf li tercd loosely over the cloth was a
1 IwS mass of the same fragrant flowers.
1 Place cards were ornamented with plc-
1 ') .I lures of summer girls done in water
'j ioloi-s, and attached to each was a
) , ,,;Ji cluster of ripe cherries. From the mir-
i ' l ror to the plate of each guest was a
, jj narrow ribbon of pale green. At the
H-i ; I dose of the luncheon the guests were
H'j'i 'I , 1 It invited to take these ribbons, and found
Hl I ,J that attached to each and concealed
HOl . beneath the mirror in the center of the
j 'i j; table were heart-shaped cards bearing
) ' J ljl. the formal announcement of the cn-
I ' j' I aemeut of Miss Billings and Mr.
rf j ' White. Those who enjoyed the de-
HS i ; lightful luncheon were Mrs, Charles
v ; ' ' Billings, Mrs. Frederick Sinclair, Miss
I ' 'li li Jeda Rawlins, Miss Alma Young, Miss
I'J jt Ella Mantor, Miss Annie Adams, Miss
i ii ' ii Daisy Raybould. Miss Pearl Weller.
Fi! 1 . t'ffj Miss Marjorie Ellerbeck. Miss Marv
Md ,j, ! ! "W Sharp. Miss Abble Wells, Miss Evelyn
Hi jj ,V fl Thomas. Miss Jennie Lynn.
Hl il f n la
1 1 I1 ij Artistic In the extreme were the
, decorations for the luncheon at which
j I ' Mrs. Ellsworth Daggett entertained
H1' I ' ' 'u yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
H'j " I 'lft David Keith. One long table was used
i and over the cloth were thickly scat-
Hl ' 'jj, tered the leaves of the wild asparagus.
j , 1 5 A-small cut-glass bowl of sego lilies;
Hji ' 'II .i stood 'in the center of the table, while
Bj, '( J " i dozens of tiny vases holding three or
Ht'(, i ' ' rur of t,1: 'lowers gave the appear-
, l auee of a small Held of lilies, and the
Hh '-4$ effect Avns altogether beautiful. At the
I i' plates of the guests were fans covered
J ,j with green, resembling a large lily leaf,
,( 1 j and to each was tied a cluster of sego
J j. lilies, the white ribbon bearing the
HLV ' I 'r I name. Bowls of the lilies were seen
j "H '1 on mantel and sideboard, while dcp
Hf I ' red roses and sego lilies were used in
H) tl.e parlor, the li lion in the library and
Hl i ' I syrlnga in the hall. Green and white
Vj , j 'i were can-led out in the menu as well
fj i as in the decorations, and the luncheon
B i !; I AVis altogether one of the most dclipht-
PA J j ful affairs of the week. . After luncheon
Hil the suosts enjoyed coffee on the south-
il 1 east porch, which is lilted up in Ori-
Hr'l , ' enta fashion and is an ideal place for
Rlj !" i; entertaining on a summer's day. Mr3.
V , ,j Daggett's guest3 were Mrs. David
. . V Keith, Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes, Mrs.
f i1 'i Ferry S. Heath, Mrs. J. B. Thompson,
It'!')' Mrs. George M!. Downey, Mrs. George
Hl ,' ' Phelps Holman, Mrs. Robert Ilarlcne.si,
1; r li1' Mrs. M. S. Woodward, Mrs. D. Moore
! I II I II Xindsay.
t l,i j, 1 Many members went out to the Coun-
f H, l try club yesterday atternoon. Mrs.
U . - ; Benner X. Smith, Mrs. J. R. Walker
Bl (fill, i' U Miss Woodward were, the host-
I'.ji ' .1 L-f-HbS. tea being served at 4 o'clock. A
i'j I pulling contest was also a feature of
, , J !: the afternoon.
I j ji j
George Dwyer yesterday received a
BJ i 1 'I 1 telegram saying that his sister. Mis.
VBTn J ( , l i Harold Rusaell, Avould arrive on Thurs-
Bli1,' ! .1 )j) day afternoon and will visit bore about
f Hi ;h "
1 '( li ll i IIss Anna McCornick gives a lunch-
' V II Jl. ii! '-'on at tnc Country club on Tuesday
. " p f ! ' next for Miss Iucz Trent,
1 1 p .
; j , lr M.r. Xewhouse is expected to return
" j"f i from the EaBt the latter part of this
Hi I " week.
W I! "
f .' ! One of the pleasant informal events of
I j i Ij the week was the "GOO" party of Thura-
' j Ti 'ij day evening, when Judge and Mrs. Wll-
Hl' I J jf; liam C. Hall entertained in honor of
', I t Miss Inez Trent. Among the guests
i ji jl; present were Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Fa-
I'vS'i ( blan, Mr. and Mrs. David S. Murray,
i " jj' and Mrs. A. S, Bower, Mrs. J. S.'
j " ' "A ' Fei'siMwn !ki34 Ainott Persueoj ,
Mrs. M.ielen-, Miss Miller. .Miss Marge
Miller. Miss Addle Zano, Miss Leo
Trent. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Lyne,
George Smith, Miles Varlan. Wayne
Hemphill. Clem Schramm, Harry Rob
erts, Charles Varlan. Stanley Price,
V. C. Strlckler of New York city is
spending; a few days In this city en
route to Thunder Mountain, a guest of
his nephe-w, Edward M. Garnott.
o c n
Mr. and Mrs. Walker T. Gunter have
returned to Salt Lake after an extended
absence in the East.
Many Salt Lake friends and admlrery
will be Interested In learning of the en
gagement of Miss Ethel Hornick and
Dr. William Wallace Walker of New
York. Miss Hornick has visited here
on several occasions und had been a
guest at the home of Judgo and Mrs.
C. C. Goodwin. During her hist visit
here, when alio was a member of the
"Mrs. Danii'K Itfonac" onmnnnv. Miv?.
Goochvin gave a large tea in her honor,
when a number of people had the pleas
ure of meeting the gifted actress.
Harold Luanb is expected during the
coming week from Exeter. N. H., where
he hna been attending school.
m m m
Miss Inez Trent will be the guest of
Mrs. Rachel S. Miller and the Misses
Miller for the next few weeks.
.Mrs. W. A. Sherman and dnughtcr.
Miss Mary, left Wednesday last for
Philadelphia, and will be away all sum
mer. MLss Bessie Jones left Friday even
ing for Portland, and will visit with
friends for a month.
a 4 c
Mrs. F. Ij. King and her mother, Mrs.
II. S. Rosslter. will leave on Wednes
day to s;)cnd the summer in Durango,
Miss Winnifrcd Whitehead left dur
ing the week for St. Louis, where she
will spend the summer as the guest of
her sister. Mrs. BIrrell.
Mrs. and Miss Tattersall, formerly
of this city but now of Dillon. Mont..
were guests of Mrs. E. Ij. Jones yes
terday on their way to the World's fair.
Mrs. Frederick Piper and Mi'sk Cath
erine McDonald leave Monday for San
Francisco and will be gone all summer.
Miss Sallie McLeod left the city on
Thursday evening and will visit friends
in St. Louis during the summer months,
Mrs. Guy Mllner goes to Bingham to
day for a short visit.
Miss Ivy Guthrie left Thursday even
ing for Colorado, where she will spend
the summer with her sister, Mm. Ad
Mrs. E. Hawxhurst .left, yesterday
morning for a few weeks' visit with
her parnnts at Nassua, la.
The Home Protective League has dis
continued its regular meetings for the
Ladies of the First Methodist, church
will hold a rummage sale in the par
lors of the church next Saturday morn
ing. - Mrs. T. G. Wlmmer and Miss LyN1
Wimmer leave the flrst of the week for
a month's visit in Chicago and St.
Mrs. W. D. Gaby and daughters.
Misses Lucy and Marie, have gone to
St. Louis and Ohio for the summer
Miss Zella Seeley of Mount Pleasant
Is spending a week with friends.
Miss Winifred Candland has returned
to this city to spend the summer.
ft a ft I
A letter has been received from Mlsa
Mary Holladay, who has been in San
Francisco for a ear and a half studv
ing music, stating that she will be
home to spend the summer vacation.
The members of the Independent
Girl club were pleasantly entertained
by Misses Clare and Rye Tuckfleld on
Thursday evening. Mies Lillian Price
ontertalns the club at Its next meet
ing. Mr. and Mr. John N. White an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Cora Ethel, to Mr.Tsaac W. Parry
of Cedar City, Utah. The marriage will
take place In the near future Mis
White Is at present visiting her sister,
MrS. A. T. Johnson of Rlgby, Ida.
Two of MY. Buckingham's daughters
arrived 'Friday and are at the home
of Mre. A. E. Kimball, on Brlgham
street, pending the removal to the
home 6n Third South and Seventh East
taken by the railroad official. Mrs.
Buckingham and a third daughter will
arrive today and the family will then
occupy their home, where U?cy will
shortly be ready to receive friends.
Frank Hania has returned from th I
Fred A. Bull leaves for his home In '
Indiana next week to visit relatives and
Miss Crete Pinkerton goes East
shortly to be away until October.
One of the very enjoyable events of
the past week was the Informal danc
ing party given by the Knights of Co
lumbus on Tuesday evening at their
hall. About 100 guests were present and
the evening was one of pleasure for all.
H. V. Meloy. C. A. Locke and T. J.
O'Brien made up the committee having
charge of the very successful dance.
Aii interesting affair of the past
week was the informal reception given
Thursday aftenijoon by Mrs. Henry
Swonson. The rooms were decorated
with American Beauty roses, red and
green being artistically carried out In
all the decorations. Mrs, G A Land
and, Mrs. A. C. Smith assisted the ho.
tces in receiving. Miss Land and Miss
Swonson presided at the punchbowl.
During the afternoon Mr.v. A. G. An
drews favored the guests with several
vocal selections. Mrs. Swonson and
Mrs. Sheley left Jn.st Friday for the
East, to be gone several months. Be
fore returning they will visit in Chi
cago, St. Louis, Denver and Kansas
a o n
Hereafter on each Tuesday from 3 to
o'clock. Dr. A Brodbeck will deliver
an Illustrated lecture on "Correct Voice
Production" at fil-5.1 South Main street.
The first of the series will be given on
Tuesday afternoon, June II, at 3 o'clock.
These lectures are free and are similar
to a. scries delivered' by Dr. Brodbeck in
a Royal conservatory of music in Ber
lin. a o ii
Mrs. Theresa Wllkcrson has return
ed from Nevada, where she has brvn
visiting her parents for the past few
Bishop and Mrs. John M. Walden of
Cincinnati are In the city, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Sowles,
a o o
Mm Thomas .1. Nipper loft last
evening for a week's visit with Boise
Tho marriage of Mlea Florence Jen
eon and Joseph D. Mulr was solemnized
In the Salt Lake Templp on Wcdnesdav.
Juno 8. Mr. and Mrs Mulr will be at
home to their friends after June in, at
Elevonth East and Thirteenth South
Mrs. H. L. Flashman left Salt Lake
last Sunday Tor a month's visit In Denver.
Come to the surr.ico In the spring as in no
othor season. It's a pity thev don't run
thomselvo.o all off that way; but In splto
of pimples and other eruptlone, they most
ly rotimln In the system. That's bad.
1 ood's Sarsriparllla removes them and
cures all the painful and disfiguring
treutMos they cause. Nothing eloo cleanses
tho system and clears the complexion Uko
Be Light Headed.
Treat your head well and lake a
weight off your mind in hot weather by
wearing one of our beautiful new straw
hats. French Palm, Mllas, Sennit and
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
1GG Main street.
Tdmorrow is net aside by the local
members of the Western Federation of
Miners for their excursion to this city,
and several hundred members from all
the leading camps are expected to ar
rive on the different excursions to pass
the day in town and at the resorts. This
If the econd annua reunion, laet year
the event being held at Bingham.
I WHATEVER, your
have been good, bad, or in
different you will have but
one sort of experience with
Siegel's Clothes satisfac
tion, in every sense of the
I Ready-for-service msnns
with us not only good fit and
style, but the wear of the
I Here are some nice fancy II
1 Cheviot and Worsted. Suits,
serge lined and made well, 1
I and up-to-date, $15. 1
1 Attractive Suits at attrac- I
I tive prices. I
I 61-63-6 MAIN ST. 1
OF THi ...
Is our strongest argument.
But you will also be pleased
with the up-to-date and
Next Door Z. C. M. I.
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READY! ARE YOU? D C C.!w 1
You wil lbe when you read the big ad. on S 0" jOCiety j
THE GREATE ST CLEARING SALE WE'VE EVER HELD.
Starts Monday at 9 o'clock.
F. aUERBHeH & BR.
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I WALKER'S STORE !
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l Here's The Most Stirring News Yet of I
j I SUMMER WASH FABRICS j
t 5,000 Yards of I5c a Yard Grades 1 f ft j
I . -Just Received and to Go J: U4y i
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t npHE new Rosamel-Satinee a beautiful summer fabric. 'W chanced upon a goodly lot jt
4. :j: at a sacrifice and propose to make this splendid sale of It. Choice, pretty pat- ffi
terns, every one, In light, medium and dark colorings, weaves all thirty inches wide. Just 'k 5
. the daintiest sort of summer dresses, waists, dressing sacques and children's frocks will X
f X they make. The regular market price of these goods Is 15c a yard ' 1
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X Monday aund Week the Whole Assembly if it JT 1 1
t Leasts so Long, per yard 3 . . O4C
t Half Prices for Women's Covert Jackets .
Attractive by vr-asoii of iheii' slylishuess anil
soJisoiiiibleueHa. Covert Jaokeis are first favorites be-
cause of their chic, mannish air, and so have been chosen
fortraveingand street wear more extensively than other
coats; then, too, the cool evenings here have made them
an absolute necessity. Splendid variety is offered in this
. lot. Lined with satin and taffeta silk, with the round
necks minus collars; others have collars; all are hand-
somely tailor stitched. English and American are the
4- coverts, and in the best of qualities. The prices Monday
and week, should they last
t The $6 Jackets for $3 The $10 Jackets for $5
The $12.75 for $6.38 The $13.75 for $6.88
X The $14.00 for $7.00 The $14.50 for $7.25
The $16.50 for $8.25 The $16.75 for $8.38
X The $20 for $10 The $25 for $12.30
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X Still a Chance at Women's Spring Suits for
X Half Price
The days of grace must sooti be over for these. They
X are walking out mighty fa$t. A great many women see
in-them the best kind of a chance for a fall suit which,
X if you will stop to. count, isn't such a great way off
even though warm weather may send them to the ward-
robe for a few weeks. Tailored cloths of all kinds, and
X. some voile and etaruine Suits
X Regular Prices Range $12.50 up to $950
X Now Half Price For Any.
X Splendid Price Cuts on Rumpled and
t Creased Undcrmuslins-Occasioned
'X by the June Sale
The inevitable which follows every white sale. "Xo
matter how great the care, handling is sure to wilt
,4. freshness. A condition, though, which doesn't hurt the
4- garments for any one save the store. One washing will
X restore to former beauty. The choicest down to the in-
expensive are in this sale collection. Begins Monday;
may last the week
j 4. SI corset covers reduced to
'4. t 69c. di'ft-wers reduced to 70c.
!. $1.50 corset covers to $1.10. .
-4 $2.50 corset covers to 1.65. SI. 25 drawers reduced to 85c.
', ?2 corset covers tc $1.40.
$1.75 chemises reduced to S2.50 drawers reduced to -
4. $2.25 chemises reduced to 81.85.
! $1.45. JR1.75 petticoatB reduced to
4- 33.75 chemises to S2.60.
4 9 nirh gowns reduced tc $1.25.
4- $1.75 nig-ht gowns to $1.20. $3.50 petticoatB to S2.45.
4- ?3.75 night gowns to 32.80'.
4- ?5.50 night gowna to $3.85. S5 petticoats to S3. 60.
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4 35c to 50c Stand Mirrors-22c '
Made with metal frames and beveled plate glass -
X excellent quality Stand Mirrors that sell for 35c to 50c "
4 each; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, reduced to 22c. '
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X Three Days Sale of Men's Shirts, $1.50 and ?
: $2 Kinds, $1.20 ! I
T A splendid lol of well made Shirts selected for a U1
4. lively selling time in the Men's Section. There are neHi-
4- gees in different colors, with pla.i1s and plain; besides a
goodly number of all white Shirts. A full line of sizes in f-
4. each of the three lines. ; l
J Sell Regularly at $1.50 and $2 Each, mon J j
4- day, Tuesday, Wednesday Choice $1.20. ?!
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X A Week's Sale of Point De Lux, Brussels Net ?
X and Swiss Curtaining. Fresh and l
t Pretty-Rare Price Cuts 1
4- f you've a front door that needs a panel, or a win- j1
J flow that must have a curtain, here's just about the best f
4 news that can come to you. Quite seventy-five pieces are J
offered and the varieties in all three lots choice and
broad. These price differences i
7" S1.25 a yard Point d Lux for 75c a yard Point de Lux-60c A
L S1.00. -il
?i iC j -r, i -t i. SI JL yard Brussels Net 85c. 'M
4- $1.15 a yard Brussels Ket 90c. ,
4- 65c a yard Bruflsels Net 50c. 50c ynrd Brussels Net-40c. M
60c a yard Swiss, striped and 45c a yri Swiss 35c Jl
X figured 45c' 20s a yard Swiss 13o. M
X CARPET DEPARTMENT TAKE ELEVATOR I
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X Fifteen Drawn-Work Lunch Cloths at Half Prices, J
X Slightly Soiled 1
4 Fifteen Mexican drawn work Lunch Cloths that W
4- water has somewhat soiled, but which can be restored m
X by washing. Several different patterns are there and M
4 will go Monday and while the lot lasts. M
X Regular Prices are $3.r5, $3.50, $2.75, $2,50, 1
4 $2.25 Half These. M
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4 25c to 40c Hair Ornaments 18c Each I:
4 Imitation shell pieces hair retainers, side combs, Mj
X neck combs, large loop hairpins, jet hair barettes, Vas W
4 sar back combs, etc.; very nearly everything in the hair M
4- ornament kind is in the lot. Regular prices were 25c to M
4 40c each. Monday aud week, if they last so long, choice V
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X $1.25 a Yard Silk Frilled Elastic 65c W.
X Black, pink, red and blue silk frilled Elastic that M ;
4 is extra heavy and choice in quality. Sold ahvajs at m:
4- 1.25 a. yard. Monday, Tuesdav, Wednesday 65c. Jl-
4 4-4-4-4-4 4-4-4 4-4-4-4--4-4-4-4 4-44-4-4-4 4 4-4 r 4 4 4 4 4 444tJ-
t 45c Writing Paper--25c
I The splendid Hurlbut Paper in Highland linen bond m
f- quality, Dresden blue and white. Sold in bulk at two
quires of paper and one package of envelopes to mat cnmj
j. for 4oc. Monday and week, reduced to 25c. VA
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