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- v J page six . T3EEE SAM? LAKE THUBIIKE. bctday morning, -avgv J
Iff UTAH ARTIST
J . COMES HOME
j : J. T. iarwooi Back
: J : From Paris.
jjj j Studied Art for Tws Years
II jj in French Capital,
'i I i '
- ; jaden . With. Beautiful Landscapes,
1 . ' Famous Scenes and Fine
ji, I Coplco.
I, , .!';
' " , j i 'After a two years' stay In Paris,, near-
ly all of which was spent In painting, J.
I M T. Harwood, the well-known Utah ar-
I tlst, Is again at home. He comes laden
I, Lj not only with beautiful original palnl-
' j Ings of landscapes and famous scenes In
!jl France, but copies of tho great master-
, , ' pieces which adorn the walls of the
1 Louvre. As ono gazes at the very fine
, 'I I display of paintings which Is now found
! ! I In Mr. Harwood's studio, three-fourths
i , i ' of the number having been painted dur-
.. y ing tho artist's sojourn abroad, he can
' '' 1 but marvel at the enormous amount of
!' work accomplished. And not only Is the
jjj amount of work done a subject of won-
'j der, but the faithfulness with which the
Jj great paintings have been reproduced,
i they having aroused the Interest and ad-
I miration of Bevcral of the world's lead-
i V ing modern artists who visited Paris
"while Mr. Harwood was a student there.
Friends See His Studio,
if Last week the friends of Mr. Har-
,! wood were Invited to visit his studio for
'1 the first time since his return. The stu-
4 dlo has Just been erected and, on a mod-
i (j est scale, is an ideal place for the pur-
' jj pose designed. It Is situated In the yard
( , adjoining Mr. Harwood's home on Elev-
I enth South street, with tall , trees all
1 J nbout and golden glow, now at the
height of Its beauty, lending an artistic
air to the surroundings. Twenty by thir-
ty feet, with high walls, a Colonial north
' window and a long skylight of glazed
f J glnss shedding the proper light, the
walls covered with rugs, tapestries and
hangings of rich dark stuffs, an old-
jj fashioned Colonial mantel, with the ket-
j ' tie, andirons and other attachments
r these caught the eye of the visitor as he
; entered the door and gave a glance
II about. A closer survey revealed a truly
? artistic eye In the arrangement of the
j studio, just what one might expect from
! , an artist of Mr. Harwood's ability,
t,! Over the hardwood Moor are thrown a
' " number of Oriental rugs, their rich col-
; oring.s harmonizing with nil the sur-
jj i roundlngs At the rotith end of the
' room is a large circular stand holding
, ! ' reproduction- i plaster of the Venus de
i !!; -j Medici, Michaelangelo's "Slave." and a
life-size bust of Caesar. Just to the
j 'I right of the fireplace is an old spinning
, ') i wheel, showing evidences of many years
l 'j .of tervlce, while one corner of the room
j: j Is occupied by one of Mr. Harwood's
I ' ; rarest and most cherished possessions
.', the little old-fashioned melodeon of
j ' black walnut brought across the plains
i i I by Brigham Young on one of his early
!(' , trips to the land of the SaLnti
' ,. - Has "Warlike Relics.
, j; ! From the shelf of the old-fashioned
, , fireplace, which Itself holds many quaint
and curious vases, extending almost to
', the ceiling, is a collection of martial ac-
i i coutrements, including a helmet of sll-
l i Yer, a Japanese sword, bows and ar
" ' rows, pistols which saw service in the
I if i early days of the invention of the weap-
IP i i ""ii":o, puuci jiui iif, eic. several
t ' .j Jiammered brass medallions of famous
I j old warriors also occupy space on the
I firepluce chimney, while the niches on
j? . either side hold busis of fighters who
i. If won their spurs on the field of battle.
: -But now to the pictures: The hang-
;f toga described above make a superb
t' background for the paintings and, with
! ' the arrdngement of the room noted, a
f good light on them Id assured at all
, j, . hours of the day. In his selection of
1 .. ' painters, Mr. Harwood sought to secure
' " ! , the best of all countries, both the old
I - masters and modern painters, and
, among his works are found reproduc-
' , tlohs of paintings by Italian. German,
j , French. Dutch. Spanish. English and
' American artists.
I 1 ' ' N Some Master Works.
! i, To go Into detail about the many fine
j i.1 things which the visitor to the studio
Hj ; may see would be Impossible, but among
; thh Louvre wer noted a fine pastoral
1 t'.j Hcene by Troyan. with especially pleas-
, Ing cloudeffects; a charming landscape
r 1 ''P ' bv Harplglnies; two bits of landscape
H' ll by tne matchless Corot; a painting of an
(i'J ' English Inn by Mulready; a rare bit of
if landscape by Daubigny; a life-size bust
l H of Rembrandt by the famous artlft
1 , !" himself, which is, by the way, one of the
H, ' 'J R i ,nost striking pictures In the collection.
1 r 5 ' . The- artist wears a cap and coat of dark
l' ' i' j i Otuff, with long, llowjng dark hair, the
! , 3 light on the face being the wonderful
. part of the picture.
H .f , ) Millet's "Gleaners" Shown.
H, " "The Gleaners," the painting which
, i ! perhaps more than any other has made
If le name of Millet famous, next attracts
Hi i i j the attention. One who has never seen
j i a faithful reproduction of this painting
HH.. .'I and Mr. Harwood received especial
! I mention in Paris for his splendid cop
hi ; ! can form no idea of what the palming
j , 3 really Is. Th6 warm, rich tones, the soft
) ",' ' . ''slit pervading earth and sky, the three
'j -,.1 i peasant women gleaning the field, with
,i j! many other laborers In the distance
i ' ! there Is a comething indescribable alxut
, It which makes one return again and
1 ( . , , again, each time to linger longer and
HH , 'if drink In its beauties. j
Hf 1 ! , ' t A copy of a painting, "The Fish," by
1 , 1 volon, and which- is considered a mas-
)' j 1 1 1 ' terplece. is next brought to the atten-
i.l jiff 5 tlon. So lifelike appear theee two scalv
If i InhabiUints of the deep that one feels
,J, I , Unit a slight touch or scratch of the can-
kH JiJi ji would bring forth the bright red
Ht.U l K blood, which scemfc Just ready to start.
iH ! ! ' ' . Another of the world'' famous plctiireo
iH - , i rll 1 a copy of 11,0 "Immaculate Conception "
kH ' i, by """lllo, is found also here, as elso-
ifl 'I where, and It will arduse the deep ad-
1 1 1 if i miration of all who have the pleasure of
iH V" IfV gazing upon it. Just next to Murlllo's
iH ;t 1 1 masterpiece Is a head of .the Christ, by
kH 1 u i 9"ldo Renl, nn artist of tho fifteenth
pl'jj i century. It Is a wonderful fllory of .ex-
pression and spiritual feeling, as well as
His Portrait "Work.
Tho "Bohemian Girl," by Franz Hals,
Is a tine bit of portrait work, while tho
otudy in "Peaches," by Chardln, Is one
of the best of the early examples of still
life. A portrait of Didererasnio, by Hol
bein, hangG near, tho tone and flesh
quality In tho hands and face of the old
man being particularly striking Two
other bits of landacape by Corot, one
Italian, tho other English, but increases
the admiration one ha9 for that gifted
"Springtime" nnd "The Oaks," by
Rosseau.i enhance the value of the col
lection, trie sunny atmosphere pervading
the former being In striking contrast to
the grayfl'background for tho grtarlcd old
His Original "Work.
Fromtbe copies of the famous paint
ings one, turns to the original work of
Mr. Harj.vood, nnd finds In It a,ll the
strength, 'the color and yet the delicacy
of touch -which has always character
ized hin uiork. In the collection are
found a Cine portrait of Mls3 Blanche
Richards 3f this city; a group of three
children, 'tAn Interesting Story," repre
senting a small boy and girl absorbed
In a story frelng told by an elder sister.
The colors' of this picture arc especially
warm, a so;Ct glow from a hanging lamp
enhancing the beauty. Another pleas
ing picture) represents the "Departure of
the Indlarts Tpom the Salt Lake Val
ley," a bun-d of the Indians passing over
the hills aibd away, with the setting sun
casting Its red rays over the scene. A
sunset sccati in France, a bit of land
scape near1 the French capital, an au
tumn seen In a French forest, the drirk
leaves covering tho ground, being in
strong contmst to tho bright gren moss 1
uungiug liucjv on iree irunus anu rocits.
Picture From, tho Salon. ,
Half a dbzen or more pictures In com
position nexjt meet the eye, and It was
for these that Mr. Harwood woii the
bronze raeduls In the Jullen academy
last year, Among the subjects, the
painting befing original, are "Christ
Calling to tho Fishermen." "Christ re
proaching thtt three disciples who slept
just before tho-betrayal of the Master by
Judas," "Le;t him that Is without sin
cast the first stone." A painting which
was cxhlbitdd Jn the Autumn Salon
shows a bit of Paris as seen from Mr.
Harwood's si.udio window, and which
was very favorably commented upon.
"Blowing Bubbles" Is a charming paint
ing of Mr. Harwood's little girl seated
on the floor, a big. sun-kissed bubble
Just dropping from the bowl of an old
clay pipe. It; is a wonderfully realistic
bit of work atnd makes one feel that he
must hold hlr? breath lest It rcayii and
break the beautiful bubble.
The southwtest corner of the studio is
occupied by paintings which long ngo
made Mr Harwood noted at least In
Utah, and which would be on adorn
ment for any home or studio.
At the beginning of the school year
Mr. Harwood will again assume his du
ties as teacher of art In the high school,
which he gavo up for a time when he
j (Jpper Talis
PROVO CANYON. Aug. 13. Mrs.
Ezra Thompson, Mrs. Sam Barlow. Mrs.
R. Beosley, Mrs. T. Haywood, Mrs. C.
Cripps and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
LulT, are spending two weeks here.
Judge Marloncaux came In Tuesday
for a few days' outing.
L. L. Donnan, proprietor of the re
sort, has plans ready for building fifty
tent cottages at the resort next season.
Late arrivals at the resort Include
Mrs. Newton Persall, Mrs. E. P. Sco
vllle, Miss Jane Howat, Miss Mary
Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Delgh
ton, Mr. .and -Mrs. Andrew Gorham,
Miss Edith Hill, Mrs. Zerke and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McLean, Mr.
and Mrs. Mont Roberts, Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Calder, E. F. Kiitnewsky and'
A merry party composed of Misses
Louise and Emma Hodges, Alice
Cripps. Messrs. D. S. "Wallace, James
Ra,e, Salt Lake, spent ten days rusticat
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Knight of Provo,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Mahler of Cleveland,
Q., enjoyed a trout dinner at the resort
N. M. Huntsberger. E. J. Donohue,
Thomas Hughes. Conductor "W. B.
Starr, Chief Plspatch2'r Wellington,
Special Agent Smith of the Ro Grande
Western were callers on Sunday.
Mrs. T. N. Armstrong and daughter,
J. B, Caldwell and family, Dr. Keysor
were popular additions to the campers
NEW LIBRARY BOOKS.
The following thirty-five .booky will bo
added to tho Public library Monday riidrn
ing. August 15, 19W;
Baxter Legend of the Holy Grail.
Davidson Alaska Boundary.
Ecumenical Missionary Conference, New
York, Report, (2 vol.)
Fyffc History of Modern Europe. "
Gregory Poets and Dreamers.
Harrison Meaning of History.
Hglbert Pioneer Roads, vol 2.
. Kamal Ad-Dln Hundred love songs.
Keeltir Slmpjc home,
Macau lay Lays of Ancient Rome.
Myngor Essays for the Day.
Philips Exter Academy ExercJscs inci
dent to the General Reunion of tho Alum
Shaw Quintessence of Ibsonlsin.
Spears ed. Dangers and Sufferings of
Stephens Social Rights and Diitlbs, (i
Thompson History of the United States.
Warne Slav Invasion.
Weston, ed Arthurian IRomanccs Un
represented in Malory's "Morto d Arthur."
Mann World Dostroycr.
Marshall Middle Wall.
NbrlH Nature's Comedian.
Paternoster Motor Pirate!
Surbrldco Confessions of a Club Wo
man. Snpthcn Gates of Chance.
Taylor Daughter of Dale.
SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN
LOS ANGELES AND RETURN,
Aug. 16 to Sept 11, inclusive,- via. O. S:
L. Tickets good one direction via Port
land $4750. See agents. ' -
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Utah, Aug. 13.-Onc of the
largest and most cnjoyablo of the card
pnrtlea of tho ccason was given Thursday
afternoon by Mrs. E. K. Ward. The doco
rutions were elaborate nnd beautiful,
green predominating with Just a pleasing
touch of red. Euchre was the game
played. Prizes wero won by Mrs. Frcd
Smith first, Mrs 13. J Beggs, oecond, and
Mrs. Charles Shields consolation. Dell
clous refreshments wero served. Tho hoH
oss was assisted by Mrs. J. Lo Favour.
Mrs. A. R. Weoter, Miss Eva Lambert,
and Mgs Lena SuyerH. Instrumental se
lcctloliH were glvun by Mrs R. Harkncss.
Thoao who onjoyod Mrs. Ward's hospi
tality wero Mrx. J. W. Gclger. Mr.4. S.
Fargo, Mrs. John Thomson, Mrs. G B
Boroman, Mrs, J. Frankul, Mrs. J. M.
Lockhnrt. Mrs. E. J. BogfiS, Mrs. F. A
Bird, Mrs. A. R. Weoter. Mrs. A. A. Pike.
Mrs AV. L. Middour. Mrs. D. D. Sutton,
Mr. William. Staloy Mrs. R. ' Bruu
dace. Mrs. 13. V. fcvnn.s. Mrs. J. L.
Lockhart. Mr. G. W. Gulliver, Mrs.
R Harknoss, Mra. M. Mosus, Mrs L. B,
Wight. Mrs. W. J, Buck. Mrs. T. Frasor,
Mrs. Henry Welsh, Mrs. C M. Wilson,
Mrs. C. F, Golst, Mrs. A. Williams, Mrs
L E. Hubbard. Mi;s R. E. Wright, Mrs.
R. II. Read, Mrs. Hodgson, Mrs. R. D.
Robblns. Mrs. H. Hughes, Mrs. J. W.
White, Mrs. E. P. Ld Comnte. Mrs F. W.
Hayt, Mra. M. F. Allen," Mrs, P. H.
Towey, Mrs. W. H. Clapp, Mrs. John
Diem, Mrs. F. W. Sherman, Mrs. L. Klm
bnll, Mrs F. W. Sherman, Mrs. M. D.
Hurlbut, Mrs Charles Shields, Mrs. Ilor
ton, Mrs. E, K. VJko, Salt Lake; Miss Eva
Lambert, Miss Margaret Brundagc, MIH3
Jean Pearson, Mies Maud Gray, Miss
AMllnlA K'nennl Mlcd nnnvlnifi W'llliMn
Miss Anna Sherman, Miss Carrie Sutton,
Miss Besslo Wilson, Miss Florence Smith.
Miss Cora Syndcr. Miss Lillian Bain,
Mlea Mattlo Crookston. Miss Schrack.
Miss Amber Barasly, Miss Hannah Lo
Compte, Mlso Lena Saycrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W .T. Buck entertained
Informally at luncheon Friday noon, In
honor of Mrs. E. Vlko o( Suit Lake, who
Is a gue"st of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Welsh.
Miss Maud Gray entertained delightfully
on Wednesday afternoon at the home ot
her parents In honor of Miss Jean Pertr
sou, whoso marrlago to H. B. Hampton
will tako place In the near future. After
enjoying several games appropriate to the
occasion the bride elect was showered
with ploctS of linen. Tho decorations
throughout the house were pick and white
In heart shapes. Tho dining-room espe
cially presented nn attractive appearance
with Its dozens of hearts suspended above
tho table nnd the pretty decorations 01
pink and white, sweet peas and nastur
tlnms. The placo cards wero heart
shaped, decorated with euplds. The In
vited guests were Miss Jean Pearson, Mlna
Genevlovo Wilson, Miss Carrie Sutton,
Miss Besslo Wilson, Mlso Eva Lambert.
Miss Julia Burlln. Miss Katherlne Law
rence, Miss Amee Sherman, Miss Kate
Thorpe, Mrs. M. F. Allen. Mrs. L. B.
Wight, Mrs. A. Williams. Mrs. A. R.
Wceter, Mns. Charles Heath, Mrs. Fred
Smith, Mrs. L. El Huhbard. Mrs. R. E.
WlKht, Mra. F. W. Hayt. Mrs. C. F.
Golst. Mrn C. M Wilson. Mrs F. A. Bird.
Mrs. Lynn Kimball. Mrs. W. S. Sutton.
Mrs. John Thomson. Mrs. -E. K. Ward,
Mrs. E. P.- Le Compte. Mrs. W. L. Mid
dour, .Mrs J. V. White. Mrst E.. J Bcggs,
Mrs, F. A. Jennings, Mrs. P. n. Towey,
Mra. Horton nnd Mrs. Charles Shields.
One of the pretty soclol affairs of the
weak was the luncheon given bv Miss
Mabel Reich a.t tho McCarlv homo on
Tuesday nfterrtoon. Tho house was
beautifully decorated In fernH and palms,
nn- tuiui sviii'iuu ueniK piiiK anu green,
Tho guests who enjoyed Ml Mabel's hos
pitality wore Miss Tossle Bongs, Miss
Rose Golat. Miss Crescent Smith. Miss
Vina Mawhlnncy, Miss Edna Sutton and
Mlfls May Nlmmo.
Mr. and Mrn. L. E. Hubbard, Mr. and
Mrs. A. wmirims. Mr. and Mrs, G. W.
Gulliver, Miriam Hubbard. Beth Boyd,
and Marjorle Williams picnicked near tho
Provo river on Monday.
Earl Glado, who Jeavcs shortly for a
thrco years' mission In Germany, was
given a farewell reception at the L. D. S.
church Wednesday evening.- The follow
ing programme was successfully carried
out, nfter which refreshments were served
and dancing enjoyed in tho assembly
rooms. Programme: Opening chorus,
twelve small girls; address of welcome.
Bishop H. 0. Young; violin solo. Mr. Sper
ry; vocal Solo, John Davis; recitation,
Mlws Ray RasbUnd; vocal solo. Miss
Olive Lowe, speech. Bishop Fred Ras
band; vocal solo. Miss Winnie Smith; ad
dress of appreciation. Earl Glade, bass
solo. Andrew Peterson; speech, W. R.
Glade; solb. Miss Etitolla Allgood; recita
tion, Miss Alia Smith; Instrumental selec
tion, Miss Virginia Smith; instrumental
selection, Miss Sadie Rasband.
Mr. and. Mrs. A. R. Weoter enterlalnca
at dinner" Informally Saturday lat. Their'
guests wore Miss Motile. Crookston, MIssJ
Eva Lambert. F. A. McCarty. J. W.
Gelgcr and E. E. Shepliord.
Dr. arid Mrs. E; " K Ward gave a
luncheon Sunday eVeninc; to the fojlpjv
Ing frlendp, Mrs. Fred Smith, M. Ward,
F. A. McCarty and E. Shepherd.
A jolly camping party chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Weeter 10ft for JLoll
duy Park yesterday morning where they
will remain until September I. Those of
tho party. are Miss Lillian Bain. Miss Cora
Snyder. Mlsa Ethel Gray, R. G. I. Cham
berlain,. R. -G. Donovan of Salt Lake, Miss
Eva Lambert. H. B. Culbertson, Owen
t i m
Monday evening tho members of the O.
E. S. enjoyed a social session followed bv
light refreshments, mid a guessing content
ui which prlzos were awarded Mrs. A.
Williams and Henry Hughes.
Mrs. Charles Ileath went toi tho city
Tuesday wmd rcmnlned until Friday the
guest of Mrs. ft. J. Kcnyon.'
Mrs. E. P. Le Compte and daughter,
Miss Hannah, were Salt Lake visitors sev
eral days the past week.
Mrs. I. Sutton. W. D. Sutton, and little
Susie Sutton of Provo aro visiting In the
Park, the. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lvnn
.Misses Lulu and Daisy Roy returilcd to
their home In Salt Lake Monday after a
moat dcllghtfulvthrec weeks" visit with the
Misses Lillian and May Hedges.
Mrs. Henry Hughes has gone to Battle
?.IicekMlc!?- 10 v,9lt wlt 'ier doughtcr,
MIbs Eva. for aevcral months, before nor
return home Mrs. Hedges will go to New
York State to visit with relatives.
Miss Hannah Le Compte and brother,
Edward, vlsdted With friends at Silver
Lake on Sunduy,
Mrs, E. Vlko and son, Endrld of Salt
Lake, come up to tho Park Tuesday and
remained until Friday tho guests of.Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Welsh. 4
Mlsa Lillian Bain, Mlsa Cora Snyder and
Miss Ethel Gray of Salt Lake arc guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Weeter.
ailss Muttlc Crookston returned to
American Fork after a pleasant visit with
Miss Minnie kesccl has had as her guest
the past week Miss Mabel Muffct of Salt
Miss Jessie Kcnyon returned to tho" city
on Tuesday uftor a short visit with Mr.
and Mr. Charles Heath.
Miss Mary Shields a,u brother, Leo,
went to ZIon Tuesday and remained un
til Friday morning.
Miss May Hedges visited with Salt
Lake friends several days the past week.
1 C a
Mr. and Mrs W. C. .Spence nnd daugh
ter, Luella . of-Salt Lake, visited for u
ohort timo with Dr. W. J. Bardslcy and,
sister, Miss Amber, the past week.
Miss Lena Saycrs will bo tho guest of
Mrs. A. A. Pike this week.
Edward Blako went to the city on Tucs-
day after a pleasant visit with Atr. ana
Mrs. F. J. McLaughlin,
Miss LUHo Burlln. who has been visit
ing with her ulster at Provo for tho past
fow wcckB, returned homo Tuesday.
Mrs. William Reich and daughter, Mies
Mabel, went to tho city yesterday after
noon lo be gone for sdvcral day3.
Mra. F. A. McCarty and llttjc Josephine
arc expected home today from an ex
tended visit with relatives and friends In
Miss Schrack of Salt Lake Is visiting In
the Park tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Special to Tho Tribune
LOGAN. Utah, Aug. 13. Delightful
was the dancing party given Wednes
day evening at the pavilion. The party
was tho third of a series that are to be
given before the season closes, and waa
Mrs. Henry D. Slyer is entertaining
her mother, Mrs. Wilkes of Salt Lake.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. L.
R. Mnrtlncau arid family will regret to
lenrn that they leave Logan shortly to
make their home in Salt Lake City.
Joel Nlbley arrived home from tho
north Tuesday, and will remain at his
home in Log-an for two weeks, before
leaving for Stanford university.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wood returned
to their home In the city Tuesday after
a pleasant visit with Logan friends.
Mr. .and Mrs. Spcrry Lawson have re
turned to their hbm'e In Salt Lake after
a month's visit In Logan.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright Visited
with Logan friends Thursday and Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thatcher leave
shortly for a month's trip through Yel
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thatcher and
Mrs. John A. McAllster have returned
from a pleasant trip to Bear lake.
b v i,
Mrs. T. W. Taylor entertained In
formally at dinner on Monday evening.
Covers were laid for six.
Miss Lydia Owen of Wellsville Is the
guest of Miss Greta Cordon.
Mrs. Retta Ormsby and little daugh
ter returned Wednesday from a 'pleas
ant visit In the Pacific Northwest.
Cnpt. Henry Slyer left on Monday for
a month'6 visit in San Francisco.
Mrs. S. J. Card and son left Thurs
day for a lengthy visit to Canada.
R.0V.. R. E, Gilpin and family and Dr.
and 'Mrs. McCausland returned Friday
from a three weeks' camping trip in
Miss Cathie Dougull and sister, Miss
Claire of Salt Lake, are guests at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fleming are en
tertaining Mr. Fleming's sister, Mrs. V.
H. Bartlett, from the East.
Miss Tilly Peterson of Ogden Is visit
ing with Logan friends. - '
Mrs. Anna Knox and daughter Eva
returned Monday fr0m a pleasant Salt
Lake trip. '
Mr. Tom Pitt of Salt Lake is making
a visit with Losan- frlendd.
Mrs. John Spande returned Tuesday
from a month's visit with city friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bishop are vis
iting In Salt Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Blear have returned
from a pleasant trip lo the city.
Hugh JOougall of Salt Lake Is making
a visit with Logan friends.
Mrs. Wlllard Croxall chaperoned a
party lo the circus on Thursday after
noon. Mlsa Karmen Bensen of- Whitney.
Idu., is visiting with Miss Lob Thatch
er. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cllne of Salt Lake
returned home Monday, after a pleas
ant visit with friends and relatives.
D. R, Roberts is home from a visit to
Robert L. Campbell returned to Lo
gan Monday after two days' visit Jn
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Utah, Aug 13. Miss Delia Geo
gave a linen shower inhonor of her sister,
Martha, who will bo marriod next week.
The decorations used were cut flowers,
which wero tastefully arranged for tho
oecaolon. Chinese lanterns and other dec
orations were arranged on the lawn.
Dainty refreshments were served.
One of the events of this wdok will be
tho lawn party to lie given at the beauti
ful residence of Judge and Mrs. S. R.
Thurmdn this evening. Tho party Is given
under the auspices of the Fifth ward
amusement committee, which has ar
ranged an excellent musical programme
for the occasion.
The marrlago of Hyruro Smith and Miss
Martha Gee Is announced to tdko place In
tho Salt Lako Tuhiplo next Wednesday.
Mrs. B. K, Bowen has gone lo Teton,
Ida., to visit relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. Andy Stewart have moved
to American Fork.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gateo of St
George have moVed to Provo.
Mr. and Mrs Orlando C. Bceb and
family of Salt Lake aro visiting relatives
and friends In Pnn-o.
Tho entertainment at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Berg last Mondav
evening was si pleasing affair. The lawn
was decorated and Illumined by Chlncso
lanterns. A line programme was enjoyed,
consisting of sooks and recitation. Danc
ing was' Indulged lh until tho "wee shia
hours.' About fifty-guests, most of.whom
b'elong'to the First ward choir, Enjoyed
. this social festivity. Refreshments wero
' Mr. arid Mrs. Frances Hcadciulstre
lurnod home lact Sunday after a visit to
tho World's fair and other Eastern pbinls,
William McCoard nnd his slator, Mrs.
Jonulo Wilkin's, who have bevn visltlns
relatives in- St. Louis, have returned to
Provo. About ton days wero spent at tho
World'a fair. Other points of Interest
wore visited on tho return trip.
George S. Taylor, accompanied by hlu
daughter. Miss Hazel, and Miss Birdie
Cluff, left on Saturday for an extended
visit to New York. Mr. Taylor goes prin
cipally on business, but tho party will
take in the St. Louis exposition and other
points of Interest boforo they return.
Miss Fern Cluff. who has been visiting
her parents at Provo, has returned to
Miss Eftlp Howo and Prof. Wlllnrd
Andclln have gone to Vernal lo assist
Prof. Jo3lah Hickman In educational work
. -Ml.., Union nn.l Tftft
III llllll VIVIIIli;. ."inn j.uiiu .vi.
Andellnhavo charge of tho musical de
partment. Mrs. James E. Talmrige. sister of Judge
J. E. Booth, spent a few days In Provo
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Watson, Mrs,
Hannah Glazier. Mrs. Kittle Hlnes arid
her daughter, Tcssie. Mm Thomas John
and family,. Mrs. Emma Bullock, Mra. Da
vld Sharid and Mrs. S. M. Dugglns left
Provo last Saturday for Raymond, Cana
da, where they will visit relatives and
William Boshard left for the East Fri
day evening. He will visit tho St. Louis
Silas A. HarrlM of Provo and Miss Ch.-ls-tv
M. Oleon of Castlodalc were married In
tho Salt Lako Temple last Wednesday.
The couple will make their ihoine .at Lex,
burg. Ion., where the groom Is pngagcu
to jeach In tho Rocka academy during the
coming school year.
Miss Ncola Ellcrtson of Mono has boon
spending tho week with her frlt-nd, Mis.
Leah Pyno of Provo.
Miss Arvllla Clark expects to leave tor
Paris soon, whero. she will resume her
studies In Vocal music.
Mr. and Mrs. Holdway of vineyard have
returned from a visit to tho World's fair
at St. Louis.
A. F Taylor left for the 'orld's Islr
lant Thursday. Ho c.xpccts to bo gonp
about a month, and will visit relatives In
Miss Lcoiia McClcary of American Fork
Is tho ghost of MISs Delia Gee.
Miss Vcrnlco Chlpman of American
For,k is visiting with Mies Jennie Duscri-
bCr'- . , y
Tho fifty-second anniversary butlng of
tho Second ward and Sunday-School will
bo held at tho Provo lake resort next
Tuesday. Tho following programme has
l0(sn nrrnnced: Gnthnrlntr nt tk wnr(l
house at 10 a. m. Boat rifling from 11 d.
in. till 11 m. Dinner from 12:80 to 2 p. m.
At 2 p clock the following programme w'dl
be presented: Singing by the choir and
Sunday-school children; prayur by Cluip
laln Evan Wrlde; singing, choir and Sunday-school
children; an address of wel
come. Bishop Jj. L. Nelson; song, Teresa
Homer; recitation, J, M. Jensen; "First
Organization of the Ward." Walter Scott;
song. Orlene Hyde; "Origin of the Relief
Society." Mrs. Josephine Loveless, reclta
Hon, Lizzie Thatcher. Recite memory
gelns. two prizes. Prize for thp best
(girl's). "If There Is Sunshine In Your
Heart." Prize for best singing (boys),
"Who'se on the Lord's Side, Who?" Ex
orcises from primary association. Sports
of all kinds for prizes. Dancing from 3 to
7 p. m.'
Miss Ida Boshard will Join some of her
Salt Lake friends nnd enjoy tho cool
mountain air of Cottonwood canyon for
the next ten days.
j TRom $imeR Ejme.
SILVER LAKE, Utah. Aug. IS. -One of
the most delightful affairs of last week
was the lake party given by Dr. and Mrs.
Woodruff. The party left the resort dur
ing tho early hours of the morning and
qllmbVU to Lako Mary, thence to Lake
Mrtrlha. where a delicious lunch was
served. In tho afternoon Catherine lake
was reached, whore several pleasant hours
were spent, after -which the party returned
to camp; reaching here at dusk. s-
Mrs. Wells, Miss Josephine Wells and
Miss Allcen Crlsmon are spending part of
their summer at the Whitney cottage.
A merry party of young folks, consist
ing of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Freoland. Lvdia
Pnlmfer, Elizabeth Palmer, Maymc Par
kor( Florence Culmer, Bessie Pike. Ruth
Palmer, Wells Culmer, Arthur KhcdSs
and Clark Gettings of Pueblb, who have
for the past two weeks bt-en camping a
short distance north of Silver lake, wHl
break up "Camp Eat a Heap" and return
Saturday to the- cltv.
Thd Misses Isabel and Amy Osborne arc
tho guests of Miss Edith Oodbe.
Mrs. Joe Gallic ppWtalned a fow friends
at 1 o clock tea Qn Thursday afterhoSn.
Her home was prettily arranged wfth
wild ilowere. and thfc guests spent a most
Mrfi.. Mclntyrc. who has been visiting in
Brighton lor two weeks, will return to
Salt Lake Saturday.
E. B. Crltchlow Is again in camp.
Fisher Harris arrived Thursdav from
the .city., and will make a visit ol a few
!flVA Willi lllsl I'nmllv
Mrs. A. Walddh and daughter. Margue
rite are the guests of Mrs. E. B. Crltch
low. A. E, Pctterson has returned tohc city
after a pleasant dutlng of ten days
Mrs Will Ellerbcck, Miss Clare EUer
beck and Judge Lewis had a delightful
ifjp., on1 ;ho'acback to Lako Blanche last
Wednesday, .Lake Blancho Is about a
ten-nillo trip from here, and a difficult one
lo, make. It Is a pllmb of nearly 2SC0 feet
over a small mountain trail.
.Miss S. Battllner arrived from Salt
Lake, Thursday and is a guest at "Plue
Lodgo" for thfc coming week.
Mr. and Mr3. Charles Doe are spondinrr
a week in the mountains .
The greatest excitement that Silver
Lake hap had for some tlmo past was at
the baseball game last Monday afternoon.
The game was held In the Held In front oi
the hotel, and played between the team
from Alto ; and the homo team, and ended
with a score of 8 to 1 In favor of Alia,
hollowing Is the line-up:
Will GraiSham...,.,c.Rby Coals . . . c
Thad Irland. L' b.. ss.Ernest Saddlcrl b V
Jerome. Irland.l b, p Bob Wilson. ..p1., i ,'
Thomas.ss.. 2 bH Hanson...... .2 h
Will Brand 3 bEd Hanson 33!
Joe Pullman.. ..c. f.Elraer Woolf 3h
3am Rnmsy . ..1. t,2 Hanson I. f"
Fred Powell ,-. rFrcd Hale .. . r. . f
Ralph Bowdld.p., l b.llal Brown c. .
Among thoso who .came over from Alta
with tho team were Mrs. Ernest Hill, Mr
Lngbtrg, Jta. Lawrence Ralnoy, Mb'
Pete Mlckle.W Miss Anna Dobbs. Miss
Mamie Powell and tho Misses Davis
A party from Knob Hill Is planning for
? tr,'P to. uthc Hot Pots the llrst of ihS
Week. They Intend to walk both ways?
and expect to make tho trln In two AuiV
v 4 "
..'-'..Lakcrs wi have had bad luck
In catching flah this summer turn an e n
vIouk eyo toward the "Highland cottage,
where dwells two of Brighton s moat suc
cessful fishermen. Rumor baa It that Ed
Rogers and Walter Evans arO dally Been
wending their way homeward from Silver
lake with long strings of beautiful moun
A partv consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Doe, Edith Godbe, Miriam Brooks.
Elcnor- Probt, Hazel Stovc-na, Edith Wood
manaee, Ivy Clcghoru. MarJor o Brown,
Edward 'lrry Brown, Marjorle Brooks
and Fred Johnson, climbed to tho top of
Mount Majestic last Wednesday morning
and reached thd tdp In time lb see the sun
rise Breakfast was served at Mrs.
Brown's home before starting. Tho party
left the resort at 3 o'clock and reached the
top of the mountain Just In time to see
the sun come up over tho ridges of moun
tains mlloa away. They returned to camp
just In time for thIr usual breakfast.
Mrs. C. W Midgley and family returnod
to tho city on Thursday, after an outing
of four weeks.
Mr. and .Mrs. G. V. Callcghan, baby and
nurso rtro guesls at tho hotel.
Claude S, Williams and James H. Anson 1
were In camp during tho first of tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Boegler were visitors at
the resort during the week.
Hugh Satterlee nnd F. P. Rlcharda were
guests from tho city during tho first of
Mrs, M. C. Gddbo hnd four children, and
Mrs. S. H. Lyndh and four children, and
Mrs. Sheets and two children aro stopping
flakes Heart Beat
in Woman's Body;
RESCUED FROM THE GRA
Felt Dead and Lifeless, but Blood Made to FioW
Veins Once More by Strange Man's Mysleriou
Control Over Disease and Death.
DOES HE POSSESS SUPERNATURAL PQ
Makes flesh grow or disappear at will. Recalls strength of orgasJi
by' disease or age. Henews vital energy, stops pains, Etrsir
crooked bones, removes cancers, tumors, sores, and unsle'
ly growths) and performs other seeming miracles'!
WITHOUT USELESS. DRUGS AND ME
And threatens to upset modern medical practice by healing bi
valids of diseases pronounced incurable by physicians, j
Says there is no diseaeo he may not cure and offers free services is
treatment to the sick and afflicted to prove to all mankhdt
marvels of Ills' power. Distance does not hinder nor
doctors' verdicts discourage. ;
NEW YORK, Aug. 7. (Special Corre
spondence.) By his mysterious control
over disease and death, Dr. Wallace Had
ley, the eminent thaumaturgic panopathlst
of this city, has mado the human heart
beat again In the body of a woman res
cued from tho grave. And as a. result of
his successful experiments he makes the
startling statement that no disease should
cause death. He claims to have discovered
tho vital principle of life itself, the dyna
mic force that creates and maintains exis
Since maklnc this discovery the cures
mado by this man of science have been
so remarkable, the restorations of life
and health that ho has brought about
have been so irarvolous that he Is cred
ited with posscsssing some power over
disease and death not given to ordinary
mortals. He seems to have absolute con-
(.-Ol tii'nr- lllimmi Ufn V.n 1 1 c
attack It. Tlmo and again ho lias taken
men and woblen pronounced hopelessly
incurable and on the verge of tho grave,
nnd restored them to life and health in
the fate of such apparent Impossibilities
that he. Is credited with working miracles.
The wonder Is increased by the fact that
he performs these cures without the use
less drugs dispensed by doctors, and that
ho gives freely of his services without
charge to all who are sick and afflicted,
saying, during a recent Interview:
"I bellcvo that It Id iriy duty to God and
man to .i-ifp all who are In noed. I am not
a millionaire, but 1 am well able to af
ford to do my share toward rcllovlng tho
sufferings! of mankind anct driving disease
from tho earth. And since It is In my
power to cure and drive out disease I feel
that I must not use this gift wrongfully.
1 liavc no right to deny a poor man the
boon of health, neither do 1 ocllovo In
miking nim wn.3'lo his money on useless
drugs. It Is jldt opiy thai medicines often
do more harm than good, but I havo found
somothlng as mu:li superior to them as
IV.A ciln lu tr. .. .. '
-u,. ,j iv tiumie, jg evidence 01
this my experience hos proved that there
is no disease I may not cure since mnklng
this discovery. I do not care how severe
the base may be, how chroiilc, how long
standing, what ottier hion have said or
failed to do, or whether the patient has
boon pronouncid Incurable or not. I am
Just as ready to cure consumption can
cer, paralysis, BrJght's disease, organic
weakness, and other so-called Incurable
diseases as I am to euro stomach and bow
el troubles. rheumn,tjsm, nervous prostra
tion, blood disorders, catarrh, or any of
the Other JUs that human Mesh is heir to.
I hayeVdbno so many tlmos over. With
out Intending to boast. I may safely sav
thai. I treat more, patients in a year than
tho average physician does In a lifetime,
and among theso arc numbered caseS that
are probably among the worst In the coun
try. And 1 cure because 1 havo at my
command a power r disease so great
,tf-cxtanl jU)?Mardly be realized,
t or Instance read this lettt-r from ohe of
my patients .Mrs. J. G. Whitllcld, ot Nob
folk. Va., who writes:
1" 'l.? ao ric&r crossing the Great Val
ley that nn body felt dead and llfoles:
but yob made my heart beat again and
mj blood tlow through my veins once
more. 1 was very despondent when you
? ,ny rcue. My Alomach, liver
and kidnevH wdre lh such a bad state I
r.'m(i K cbuldii't ever be euro), and
In addition I wag afllicled with varicose
ul ?. p!Sd H100"' ,l-huf 1 -bought could not
be curud. 1 was 1 In despair whop I wrote
to you. (eel ng that U. was u chance for
hft Un.hCTa,t1!- J.su.fored iiutold misery,
out now I can shout for Joy over mv
f i i . ithc- ,UC Person. I do feel so
AniTO.i0 A!?-v God vfcr bless 1 you.'
And this from Mr, E, c Bo or Pi
k Campo, TeXv, who sayst was Tas go6d S
at tho hotel nna Sifl
weeks. ana tvlll rJ
Mark McChrvLii V
Adnras during thoViM
Mra. Albert W. Smi,k M
aro guests at tho jSgf 451 '4
J William Guthrll V 'ifl
ineoi several W4,a
Mlso Allcon Maclean i ifl
Lako tho first of the wegB
Mrs. Will Khcrbcck ,1 , W
lunches, sandwiches. b?S
August 16 to 19( jjjjj
Round trip rrom Salt lSTS
dead when you carae to nynB'
your most wonderful iaxc&t
suffering the torment ol tt aSi
rheumatism, liver anil k'lrijK
dropsy. It is hard to tell stE
worst, as they all . a siE
with pain. I did not knoiracP
moment f rr-c from pila. It tw?
ing toothar-lu all over ny
going at onco Doctor zftirKi
given mo up to die, Wt
could do notbln- to retoe P-Ms
brought me ba to life ItKI
know how ou did it, bat ic0
don't much cart- about tb IsPf
as you did it so quickly tei FWft
The man I am now cvM VsAi
thu man I was.
"Then here Is another feesKj
Shepherd of Colfax, lox Kf
'I am one of those fn: Vj
whose many years bivt feme,
bodily afllletlon My tnuMaJ
chltls, kidney dlacuj ad qsH
head, stomach. bov.eJ- I
age. and In thoso years fciT?3Mfj
of doctors nnd hundreds tIKi
Ing to get well, but aolMrrrr-MV
1 took your force of life I fR-f
to my bed and coushul oZjULv
was Jn tho jaws of death aWH.i
end was near, but you rjeafc
from the grae ami pvc Ut)
health that 1 have not hsi!!M
Now I am strong and U.-pC
to you and the kind rroTigR
Divine Helper ' Thest a- V
examples, but you see ttH.Kl
the same story of restonlaBV
lu the face of what s..KCi!Hfc
But thefie nnd the d)'rE
c'.es' that I have baen cwLWBTT
Ing, ore not miracles la tb""M
those described In the
seem just as wonderful to JjMp
but they are. In truth,
phenomena that dcraon-'trtBKjj
the great value of 'hepiJtK?
made a discovery that
modern medical pract'ev1, iB!
caso may be considered v&nS
-What Is this discover ''JWi
"I have dlsr-o fred WtcMif
have, found wt"U cause rm
death, and how they "V'MK
A case of disease is no lE
to me, whatever it raBV w
can see through It cs -jTiB
I can see the cau?n and I
Cases have coino td me wrH
some of tho best phpf-'?H
trv; -where one doc'jr Wi-Hi
bio was with the slonisei
heart, still anothfr diagnjjsMp
easo or something est?
I was able to see tho rear
moving It I reato-ci v f;
feet health. I have !,0"Llfc
b'.e to bo dlagnos-l asJ"Bc
heart disease as rhf TiTiE
less other similar ns'fn-r
mistakes ai-e mi-ae ?nrm
treated for the w3fi$lE!
th sufferers hop? t,si.Srik(
you tried to cure
bye-glasses- One JsJM 7pf
as lite other But I . fT?B&
nc sis of each ciSo n
treat the real cau ffKj
fr'C, Zs :rlgh
In any way and '""(jiBE
lms to write to n c aw f X
Hadley. M. D.. OjttMJ
Ave.. New rk CK. tib'VJ
greatest pain or troUiw '
symptonw, agv a 5;. j tHPl
ntse their case. '.jjewn
of homo trcatir. nt
Dou you nw"fhS w
can write to -vonuinn2y' ,1M?'
paying you any "wl. BjB5
"Yes, I mean Ji, " f 1 jWjt,
vices and the !
I want to P& erv7dBf
vnluo of my .ls if Is f
fore, I tool that, it "'.K
health to MlouwBS
I am especial n J, (r J
hie. thr.t Unlaid! i'd1K5'
thev will wrilc .05. cf-JH
hem there Is n 0 T tMlSTf
roost absolute er.alntj
Sick no Jonr. AnJA Oh
as much eooi V,-n KWlM
euro the;n 1" ''ey Hf '