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V-H -plc lut pas evcry day
$3B Ue thC ,Veek will be marked by
KiXZ M events- Thc
r " Vdance at thc post tomor
fe'PTn.n"Pt. and Mr, Wood
ifelBk ??Je reception at the Commcr
WmtiaTl , Jnnor of Dr. A. A. Stanley
ik'ilclUb Lo wll be followed by the
WBEf Ann 0n Tuesday evening In
"t1nt TX'fvr .?nd Mrs. Lcroy Dln
Tor at the home of Mr. and
1 BS' cl'e-"r r.inwoo.leyt on Vcdnes
1 lMiIIrenr;r; Thompson entertains at
;r. Mrs- .,D Jerton-Moore wedd ng
L i nn,l in the evening; Thursday
I Ktikes r'ace l'r Rced will be hostess
"Irly Friday is the date set
93'wrfJtlon at Amelia Palace, the
SBfwtne rccen. tnc lea and clock
clu S at t " Country club, when
ISBfe ? H Sannlng. Jr.. Mrs. Union
EK 5nBton and Miss Anderson will
Knuvoo legion Meeting.
Tbc nest monthly meeting of the Ben
Pi Elation of -the Nauvoo Legion
li lUhcld at the usual time and place
IS he Tithing Yard on Monday evfen
I , Tne "0. A continuation of the in-
. ihto J"nJ ? lectures on the life of Joseph
7?5 J. te,n5!e he Mven by A. Jensen. All
TKb" J & friends are kindly
I to t J Future Events,
'irtt Inrltatlons have been issued yester
fSfk'brIrs. Ezra Thomson for a large
Olivia on the afternoon of June 22.
SM Mr. Hubbard W. Rced will entertain
a ofl.t c2r'ds on the afternoon of June 23.
'"USF'R vies Pearl Weller has issued Invl
blulk? & a Kensington next Wedne.
afternoon in honor of Miss May
&? Mi Ccrtrude Mayer will entertain
'SSJilh members of Miss Nellie Plnkerton's
4 fffif bridal taqriV next Monday evening at
:jS3j The picnic to be given under the au
edWSUtoes of the Unitarian Sunday-school
U:jKni take plac0 ncxt Wodnesday at
"SJiS Mls Josephine "Velis entertains In
formally next Friday afternoon in honor
mT9'r Mr George "W. Snow entertains at
cards 'next Thursday afternoon at her
ptdt? An event of tho coming week which Is
ifniB blr.g anticipated by many members
?cr tlel'i fr!?r.ds of St. Mark's cathedral Is
Enia h. strawberry festival to be given on
$Ml the beautiful lawn at Rowland hall on
the evening of Tuesday, June 21, from
Hen. fe! I to :0 o'clock.
raii jrrf ucbrr Lee will entertain at
?Lir luncheon on Tuesday In honor of Mrs.
nftfi Harold Russell.
uidcllr Tomorrow evening at the Commercial
iiis dub it- reception Is to be given for Dr.
pi, ft A 4 stanlev. at the head of the depart-
" Ef ment of murlc In the University of
njltMi Mlchlpap, and who will be a guest in
) tha w? Salt Lake for a few days en route to the
fj coapt, Musical selections will be given
ita ttefc b- Ml5s Agatha Berkhoel, "Wlllard
" iffl Welhe and Fred Graham.
dS'. Ameliu Folsom Young has Issued
Jtat5f invitations for a high tea on the evening
asl bry.' of Tuesday, Juno 2S
Si" Miscellaneous Events.
&l a An 'nformall hop at the post, the first
i tow 'I Slvcn since the arrival of the new offl-
(its and ladleB, was enjoyed on Mon
st it i3i' evening last, a few friends from
alliE 2 Jht clly oe,ne f1111011 tn? guests.
:atn h jII?s Anna McCornick gave a pleas
t :i Pnl Informal luncheon for Miss Inez
vSf 1 Trent at the Country club on Tuesday
t tLt ; ,Sl' cnJyed by Mra. Ernest Bamber
si&M i Ft MIsjj Elolse Sherman, Miss Laura
ail S f Sherman, Miss Salisbury, MJss Kinney,
: Ha." ' Wlss Zane. Miss Geddes, Miss Williams.
retii ' Jllas Alia Miller and Miss Marge Miller.
'"- i Gov Wel's entertained at an Informal
t luncheon at the Alia club on Tuesday in
j honor of Gen. Baldwin, U. S. A. The
' f Jnt was one of those dellghtfullv ln
. i formal affairs for which the Governor Is
noted Invited to meet the officer were
prit v nator Kearns, Col. Lockwood. Gen.
, i Cannon and Gen. Burton, N. G. U.
ttA ; Mibs Olive Jennings entertained a few
watt friends very Informally at the Fifth
8T! l hotel Monday evening.
f wl r
rtJfJ ? , Jllss Kinnev gave an informal lunch-
, M fli wn at the Country club on Monday.
jjfcH ; 6
f' i .Ai'BlufulIy informal luncheon was
rfSt in t'aI Tutday. w-hen Mrs. A. W.
lT.k u1 entertained the members of
HHtifc ?0W(1'S sewing club. In keeping
V Ti e dny- the decorations were car
jdg . ;;w out in the national colors, the
a jrs being- ornamented with
Zi w , American flags. Those who en
xUP I no lhe P'easa-ut luncheon were Mrs.
tftf ' Spencer. Mrs. H. L. Mlller.MiT..
net! '" m. T,Mayo Mra- Clarence Wnrnock,
'm, i L' p- Rooi' Hra- J- J- Judson; Mrs.
i! ". YrH Cushlng. Mrs. Miles. Mm Bar-
u ' r Clinton, Mrs. Will Ellertfeck,
fj nS: Be r'f of Beaver, Mrs. J. T.
viki ulfy Irs' crse Putnam. Mrs.
!, John SnarP and Mrs. John N. Sharp.
crtg " party of young people from town
Jk m mm lhe post enjoyed the bicycle
T"esday evening under the chape
jej . ronaee 0f Capt. rnd Mre. S. D. Sturgte.
i Irp Charlotte Pitcher was hostess at
fll! ' e!;nJoyab,e "'formal dinner Thursday
i "enlng, at the Fifth East hotel.
' ii.l7y rrotll'y appointed was the
m of Friday, when Mra. Lc
fa ' i, iounc antl Voung enter-
an?iW nor of iIriJ- Harold Rusrell
fei of vu Prank w- Jennlnco. A mass
J tht T "u08'. wllh !or,y nrruicheb of
: ; fornMUBu radJat'ng In all directions.
&tl - W ,i,t,h? btaulful centerpiece of the
SfS? " SeSSof1 blCh the y,XtCCn B"esta
mJmL lnic'r Pier'e entertained the
her hn0f Hi?, NavaJ Sewing club at
blliT? ",T,'sday afternoon. The
ried I m .mV,n" were v?r' ,rey. '-ar-h!
fciv fternoon, ln m8lc and games
outiSK X tnJoyd an automobile ride
ut Into thfr country,
dinner Sia' Cr-,ay 'Bavo an informal
Say Ivpiiii6 1 ,Uh EaSt hotel Thu,,s'
elBht. ff COVers bel' ,ald fo
Mla Laura Dole entertained in-
formally Thursday evening ln honor of
Miss Lydla Wa,lkup of San Francisco,
who has been her guest for the past ten
Capt. and Mrs. Hani entertained a
few friends at an Informal cord party
Members of the Social Sixteen club
enjoyed a strawberry festival at thc
home of Mr3. Rampton of CentcnMlle
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Stiehl entertained
at dinner last Monday evening in hon-
or of Miss Esther T. Allen, who left
during the week for a two years' ab
sence in Europe.
Master Elndred Vlko entertnlned
twenty of his little friends at Liberty
park on Tuesday afternoon.
An enjoyable afternoon party of
Thursday was that given by Mrs. Sam
uel Paul, Miss Paul and Miss Alice
Paul, who entertained about fifty
friends at .flinch. Quantities pf roses
were used In beautifying the rooms,
and very pretty they were. Prizes
were won by Miss Ruth Paul and Mrs.
Mrs. A. H. Cowle of Denver Is visit
ing Salt Lako relatives and friends for
a few days.
Miss Edna Clark of this city, who Is
visiting in Idaho, 1b now a guest of
Mrs. H. E. Fisher of Idaho Falls.
Mrs. T. Lane and daughters, thc
Misses Ethel and Vera, left yester
day for a six weeks' visit In St. Louis
and Eastern cities.
Miss Ethel Harris of SL Louis ar
rived ln the city Tuesday and will be
the guest for -several weeks of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wnlkup of San
Francisco are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Dole. They are on their way
home from a visit to the fair.
Mrs. Lulu Ryan of Oakland, Cal ar
rived ln the city last Tuesday night,
and will be the guest for a month 6f
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McGanney at 342
Third East street.
Miss Lulu Trane has returned to h4r
home ln Lehl, after a pleasant visit
of three weeks with Salt Lake friends.
Miss Trane has been the guest of Miss
Nora Brown for the past week.
Miss Ella Nellson, who has been ln
the city for the past two years studying
music and attending the university, has
returned to her home at Mount Pleas
ant. Miss Nellson will continue her
studies at Oberlln college In the fall.
Mrs. M. F. Cunningham and children
expect to leave for the East this week,
to be away all summer.
Irwin McNiece, who has just com
pleted the Junior year at Princeton, has
arrived home to spend the summer with
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Mc
Miss Blanche Do Mers of Seattle, who
Is on her way east, will be the guest of
Miss C. Mac Twomey for a few days.
J. Roy Hall will be ln tho city soon
for a few days' visit.
Miss Martha Shuler of Springfield,
Mo., was thc guest the past week of her
aunt, Mrs. J. W. Campbell, of 315 South
First West. Miss Shuler wnson her
way to Tacoma to spend the summer.
Lyle Snow, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Snow, leaves this mornlng
to visit the fair at St. Louis.
Mrs. Herbert D. Brown, accompanied
by her little daughter, left Wednesday
for a three months' visit at her par
ents' home ln Kentucky.
M . .
Hoyt Serman of this city is now in
St. Louis. He will return to Salt Lake
some time this week.
Mrs. Longmald left for her home In
Montana Tuesday evening, after a
very enjoyable ylsit with her brother
and sister, Harry Shearman and Miss
Dr. Robert Welles Fisher has returned
from a trip to the fair, the meeting of
the American Medical association at
Atlantic City and the medical centers
of the East.
Mrs. Harbord and Miss Obenshlne,
daughters of Gen. Obenshlne of Wash
ington, will be in the city the first of
this week on their way to the Philip
pines to join Col. Harbord, who Is sta
tioned at Manila. Mrs. Harbord and
Miss Obenshlne are nieces of Mrs. Ablel
Leonard of this city and will be guests
at her home during their stay here.
Captain and Mrs. Brlant Wells ar
rived Friday from San Francisco, and
are guests of Mrs. Thomas Jennings
for a time.
Col. Edwin F. Holmes left on Tues
dny for the East to visit several weeks
with his daughters ln Michigan,
Mrs. William A. Nelden has returned
from St. Louis, where she went to at
tend tho biennial convention of the
General Federation of Women's clubs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Calvin and daugh
ters left Monday evening for Portland,
Or., their future home.
Mrs. Clint B. Leigh and Miss Marga
ret Pointer left Tuesday afternoon for
a visit with their mother at Owens
A little daughter arrived last Mon
day to gladden the home of Attorney
General and Mrs. M. A- Breeden.
Hugh Satterlee has returned from a
ton days' trip through Montana.
Mrs. John Reed and MIhs Eleanor K.
Peterson have taken the John Marshall
home for the summer, and will be at
home to their friends there this week.
Mrs. Ellsworth Daggett has discon
tinued her Fridays at home for the
Mr. and Mrs. James Chambers Dick
and Miss -Corn Brown left during the
Wirnk for a camping trip of two months
through the Uintah reservation,
Mrs, Jny Tarvln Harris's many
friends will regret to lenrn that she
Is quite UPat her home, suffering from
Mr. and Mrs, Benjamin B. Ilanak,
who have many friends here, urrived
yesterday afternoon from their home
In Omaha and will be the guests for
some time of Mrs. Emma Hanak, 527
William Burke, Jr., of American
Falls, is viBltlng in Salt Lake for a few
Mrs. D. Elliott Kelly leaves tomor
row for Phlladelphlaxand Atlantic City,
to bo away all summer. '
Dr. and Mrs. J. Bcatlo have returned
from a two months' trip through Cal
Mrs. Guy Eldrldge of New YorkiS ln
the city for a vl9lt' and Is the guest at
the Eldrldge home, 216 East First South
Mrs. Charles Wilkes and little daugh
ter have gone to Logan, where-they will
be the guests of Capt. and Mrs. Styer
for the summer.
Mrs. Walter .C. Lewir of Butte Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. S. S. Walker,
ori South Main street.
The Misses Etta and Nellie Powers
leave today for the East to spend the
Mrs. Beesley and daughter, Mrs.
Frank Harris, leave Salt Lake today
for their Idaho ranch to spend the sum-
Mrs. Ryan will be at homo for tho
summer with Mrs. John Reed and Miss
Eleanor Peterson at -13 Fifth East
Mrs. George Curtis has returned
from the East and will spend the sum
mer with her aunt, Miss Mary Rider.
Mrs. Dorscy Ash has gone to Wil
mington, Vt , for the summer.
Miss Eliza Curtis leaves soon for San
Francisco to be a guest for some time
of Mrs. C. S. Price at thc Partridge
Mrs. C. R. Tucker, formerly Miss
Mary Carruthers of this city, has ar
rived from her home at Long Island
City and will be the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. Killeen, for the summer.
Mrs. Rcna S. Smoot has returned to
the city after a pleasant visit with rel
atives and friends ln Provo.
Mrs. W. J. Buck and Miss May Bailey
from Park City are visiting at the
home of Mrs. L. S. Dean, 510 East
Third South street.
Miss L. M. Qualtrough will pass the
summer months ln Oregon, and her sis
ter. Miss Elizabeth Qualtrough, will do
special work at the University of Chi
cago. Mrs. Gleason and Miss Laura, Craw
ford of Kaysvllle are visiting Salt Lake
friends for a few days.
Clarence McFadden Is home from
Boston, where he has been attending
the Boston University Law school for
the past two years. After spending the
summer here, he will resume his work
at the law school In the fall.
Mrs. John L. Bowman and two
daughters, the Misses Hazel and Ruth,
are pleasantly located for thc summer
months at Upper Falls, Provo can-yon.
Mrs. L. L. Chester of this city, who
has spent the past three weeks visiting
ln Kansas City and St. Louis, Is now
Mrs. Morris L. Ritchie and children. '
are spending the summer ln the coun
Mrs. A. W. McCune, Jr., returned
Friday from a winter's stay in Cali
fornia and Is at home to her friends at
337 East Third South street. Mr. Mc
Cune will return from Peru next week.
Bernard Mccklcnberg of this city left
yesterday for Los Angeles, where his
marriage to Miss Josephine Wall takes
place June 22. After a trip through Cal
ifornia Mr. Mecklenburg and his bride
will return to Salt Lake to live and will
be at home to their friends at the Fifth
East hotel until the completion of their
new residence at First and S streets.
Mrs. Laura Stephens and Miss Irma
will spend the summer traveling
through the East. They will also visit
the SL Louis fair.
Mrs. Vivian Jones will leave shortly
for a trip to New York, London and
Mrs. F. H. Emerson of 411 South
Main street has as her guest her sis
ter, Mrs. F. H. Pead of Pittsburg, Pa.
Ben Siegel has returned from the
East, where ho has been attending
school for the past year.
Mrs. Ella McD. Leonard of Denver
Is visiting her parents, Judge and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bamberger leave
on Tuesday next for a three weeks'
visit ln St. Louis. At St. Louis they
will be joined by their son and daugh
ter, Sidney and Miss Helen, who will
return with them after visiting the
Mrs. J. F. Evans has as her guests
for the summer her mother, Mrs. R. E.
Jones of Columbus, O., and Miss Flor
ence Evans of Cincinnati.
Mrs. Charles Dletrlck and bjiby have
returned from a visit to the fair and
are guests of Mrs. E. Sells on East
First South street.
Mrs". Isabel Pitt leaves the first of
next week for New York, where she
will meet her son Will and spend the
Mrs. William H. Dickson of this city,
who has been in England for several
months paai, Is now ln Canada, where
she will visit with relatives and friends
Rev. Charles E. Perkins has gone to
Baltimore, where Mrs. Perkins has
been visiting for several weeks. They
will return to Salt Lake City about the
20th of July.
Friends of Mrs. William M. Ferry of
Park City will be glad to learn that
her health Is much Improved. At pres
ent she Is visiting her daughter. Mrs.
George R. Hancock of this city, but
will soon be able to lr-ave for her home.
Richard A. Keyes will return tomor
row from a trip through Oregon and fhe
The MlBtt'B Alice and Florence Cun
ningham are home from Honolulu,
where they have boon visiting for two
Miss Katherine Snnno, who was the
guest of Miss Salisbury for a few week
after her arrival from San Francisco, is
now at home with her parents at White
I Telephone 65 For The Correct Time I
I jHILE 'phoning us for the correct time, did it ever occur to you PH
I o 0W we e correc: time? Let us tell you. We have two III
I Ptct nautical Chronometers, one Howard regulator, and' one electric ffl
I regulator, neither of which varies from the correct time over five seconds ' till
1 in two months, and the correctness of our regulators insures correct re- 1
I ports to those who 'phone us. i !ll
I Correct time is the one essential required by all from their timepiece ' Jjfl
and if a watch fails in furnishing this, it fails utterly in the purpose for which !fl
it was constructed. J'H
We have for years sold better watches for less money than any other ' : H
house in Zion, but at present we can sell watches cheaper than our com- fl
petitors can buy them, and yet make a profit. I H
The Lyon & Co. stock contained about one hundred and fifty gold, fl ill
gold filled, silver and gun metal watches, all of standard makes and grades, 1 ": JH
and commencing Monday Morning, June 20th (beginning the third week !H
of the sale of the Lyon stock) we will place the entire lot on special sale I f :
I at prices ranging from $5.00 to $90.00, and will guarantee that the values 1 ; H
1 we give this week cannot be duplicated in America. $ I H
I Those that are skeptical come early that we may convince you and 1 f. H
I provide you with a time piece, the price of which will be a mere incident I jH
I and the correctness of which will be a constant pleasure,
1 A Few R.are Bargains: . ;";
One first grade Howard I One first grade Howard I 1 'i'l
open face, 14-K gold, re- open face, 14K gold, re- I I ivH
duced from $120 to j duced from $130 to
I W Four 15Jewel Walthams, 18 size, solid J f I f il
I 1 nt) ! I gld Hunting engraved cases, re- If I 'ivH
I I tpO" duced from $60 to tjtJr VrQ 1 5 '
I One first grade Howard One first grade Howard I I i H
1 Hunting gold filled, re- 1 Hunting 14R gold, re- I
1 duced from, $70 to j duced from $175 to j i
9 All watches quoted above (total of Q) present rare opportunities '
I .to those who want to taKe advantage o chances which come but once j lij
I in a life time. The balance of the Lyon & Co. watch stock will be I Tl
I sold this weeK at wholesale cost. I f jl
1 We will also make special sale all this week on all gold jewelry, fobs, E ' '1
i 1 guards and chains, bracelets, rings, hair ornaments, lorgnetts, etc., by 1 . 'Illl
I allowing I discount from regular retail prices. I '
I The sale of the Lyon & Co. stock is on in earnest and each day I Jj
I brings its crowd of buyers. This sale is unparalleled in importance by any 8
I special sale ever held in Salt Lake, even including bankrupt sales, and our i ; j
I patrons areNgetting the advantage of our wise purchase. I j I
1 AH we want
The sale 1 MllH
I goods and JftjWXERS& 236 South ! 'H
I quote prices. SWTTIffS Main Strc ! '' i'jl
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