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jg SALT LAKE OITY, StTOTAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1904. ' jjH
'girls and boys aro having cvery
thelr own way these days. Fresh
their summer outing1 In canyon or
nountain resort, .they are passing
iort time until their departure for
tin the most enjoyable manner
le. Within a fortnight they will
entirely disappeared from the
of society and their bright faces
sadly missed as there Is nothing
reehing to the older members of
shlonable world' as these enthu-
lyoungsters who take so great an
!V it In everything.
; speaking of the young ones, the
5 (day two boys were seen walking
iln street arm In arm. They were
'j: mlsheil for two thinrs. veiv hlc
f ?and very big trousers. The
rs could not have been a more
advertisement of the Eastern
(i tory school, while the cigars,
y tjy the best from the odor, de
a that the two are growing up. And
yesterday they were In knicker
B Their mothers are the ones
i eallze that the world is growing
7 too, for but yesterday they were
ii e the young matrons."
it ' '
I are the ideal days for riding.
fortunate in owning horses can
a, ly seen in the park or along the
e.drives of the city. For the last
s ifirs the number of horsemen and
i iromen has been steadily lncreas
i id today there are some splendid
j uamong the fashionable set, while
i int animals are not at all rare.
r brief period the girls rode astride,
& at fashion seems to be dying- out
J" Istyllsh riding habit is still In
r It Is said that at the coining
s ifhow there will be several enter
if riding class.
s tag from what was noticed at
Invents of late there will shortly
ther army wedding.
bugh the adored one has flown,
uth seems to still find enough to
j Cty Is awaiting the evening of the
Impatience, as on that date the
l iJPalace will be the scene of an
a of those charmingly elaborate
V Jfor which the host and) hostess
'ted. The invitations were Issued
3 rlthe week and it will be the lni-
nt of the new season-.
tU ' .
aij J? 'University club continues Its
W u socIal fnctor thnt establish
fi jvill soon take first rank among
,j ?bs of the city. The dance the
f " B,'. cndlnE with a few figures
cotillion, was quite the most cor-
w ii, soclal wa" 'eL known
g u clubdom. The youth of its
AC tnolr Eastern and college
itJ combined with a general
S. C Jent?',talnlng easily and
U TZl ma,de the event one long to
?i the wor,d t0 entertain,
1 1 hse wh0 are not to the
teirnM?ut 11 WM gracefully ac-
KV ,this Utt,e dance at the
&Kffpeople' no owding in
Ri fml nw timcs past character-gJ-publlc
events, it was quite
f ' '
SSEStSi0 f0rbld3 Ule 6lrl to whom
Ssw?if M,e4 1x1,1190 Grac
Lno nf Tallftce Brftnsford will
'JceTat the Amelia Palace. The
t H?J ? hr? th. Mediate rela
the brldo and groom. Follow-
Sl?na wedd,ner breakfast
'5 C hi' tho brlde antl Broom
5 A? no?n tra,n fr an ex
5 Redding trip in the East and
'IAt the Country Club.
iaimi017?aX tca and outdoor sports
5$ml ? futures of the afternoon
iimT a tne Country club. The
Bachelor Maids, will be
Lou,s Andemin, Mies Lll
oodvvart, Miss Elizabeth Cos
"8 Cjitherine Geddes, Mlas Alice
r, Cat,erlne JudRe, MIes
f?Si r,i i8 El0, Sherman.
ffu1"' M,ES Gertrude Mc
JWt Park, MIm Laura
n. Mlra Emily Kcad, Mlra Stella,
and Miss Kate Williams.
F remainder of September the
events are scheduled:
aenle,nbor 7, table d'hote
at 1 o'clock.
Ry, September 10. tea, ap
Pfc and putting contest, and. ten
raaont o'olock, Jiostee3ost
Mrs. John E. Woodward, Miss Judge,
Miss Geddes. Buffet supper, 6:30 to 8:30
"Wednesdaj-, September 14, tea and
clock golf at -1 o'clock. Hostesses, Mrs.
Simon Bamberger, Mrs. A. "W. Copp,
Mrs. F. E. McGurriru
Wednesday, September 21, table d'hote
luncheon- at 1 o'clock.
Saturday, September 24, tca and put
ting contest at 4 o'clock. Hostesses,
Mrs. C. R. Pearsall, Mrs. James Read,
Mrs. Ij. L. Terry.
Wednesday, September 28, table d'hote
luncheon at 1 o'clock.
Gave Pleasant Banquot.
As a finale to a three days school
of instruction held In this city, the
woman's auxiliary of the Order of
Railway Conductors, gave nn enter
tainment and banquet Friday evening
in Pythian hall on Main street. Mrs.
Montgomery acted as chairman of the
evening, nnd announced tho pro
gramme, which consisted of a vocal
solo by Miss Kathleen Fltzpatrlck, ac
companied by Miss Hall. Vocal solos
were also rendered by Miss Ann Walsh
and Mr. Lue Halsett, accompanied by
Miss Fitzpatrick. There were readings
by Mrs. Montgomery' and Miss Flor
ence Havenor. A violin solo was ren
dered by Master Edward Fltzpatrlck
and piano solos by the Misses Louise
Hodges and Nettle Shields; piano duets
by the Misses Edna and Dale Havenor
and the Misses Margaret nnd Sylvia
Cahoon. At the close Mrs. J. H. Moore
.of Toledo, grand president, who was
the guest of honor, was presented with
a silk umbrella by the women of dis
trict 26. Mrs. Montgomery made the
presentation speech. After the pro
gramme there was a banquet, at which
the officers present responded to toasts.
Among the guests were members of
the Ogden and Pocatello lodges and E.
B. Garrison of Cedar Baplds, assist
ant grand chief conductor.
Through tho Week.
The guests will recall with pleasure
for many a day the Informal dance, fol
lowed by a cotillion, at the University
club on Tuesday evening. In the co
tillion a dozen pretty figures were
nlavarlv nvnmltnll lit' Iti'inlir.lliin
couples, the favors being unique and
original. Miss Laura Sherman, Miss
Ailcen Maclean, Lieut. Berry and Hugh
Satterlee led, and among the others
taking part were Mr. and Mrs. Joiseph
E. Calne, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Ofllcer, Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Cunningham, Mrs.
Harris K. McMasters. Mrs. Russell G.
Schulder, Miss Elolse Sherman, Miss
McLouth, Miss Lane, Miss Margaret
Miller, Miss Helen Gillespie, Miss Emily
Read, Miss Stella Salisbury, Miss Leta
McMillan. Miss Alia Miller, Miss Ger
trude McGrath, Miss Jasmine Young,
Miss Elizabeth CoygrlfT, Miss Dorothy
Kinney, Mies Beatrice Cheesman, Miss
Katherine Geddes, George Riter, George
Smith, Jay T. Gib?on, Walker Salis
bury, James Salisbury, Harold) Pltz
man, Maurice PItzman, Jerry Newman,
George Topllff, Owen Gray, Frederick
Lyon, Gordon Hutchlns, Lieut. Parker,
Lieut. Sanders. W. E. Field'. W. S. Hall,
Yale Henry, Harry Atkinson, James
Hogle, Clarence A. Gaines, Leo Chand
ler. Among those who gave informal
luncheons at the Country club on
Wednesday were Miss MeComlck, Mrs.
David J. Sharp, Mrs. Ernest Bam
berger, Mrs. Jack Keith and Mrs. D. C.
Senator Kearns Invited a few friends
to meet Gen. J. S. Clarkson and his son,
Gov. Clarkson of New York, at lunch
con on Wednesday at the Alta club.
Eighteen of the friends of Miss Elolse
Sherman were her guests at luncheon
Friday at the Country club.
That was a delightful farewell, in
deed, which Harry Roberts gave In
honor of Harold and Maurice Pitzman
and Gerald Newman on Friday even
ing at his rooms In the Fifth East hotel.
The guests numbered thirty-five.
Sixty of the younger boys and glrl9
were entertained right royally last
Monday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs, Ferdinand J. Fabian, the parly be
ing In honor of their son, Harold.
The Misses Ada and Harty MUlinglon
of New York, who have been visiting
Mrs. L. C. Miller, were guests of honor
at a luncheon given: by Mrs. Miller on
Tuesday at the Country club. Invited
to meet the guests of honor, who left
later In the week for home, were Mrs.
Pitcher, Mrs. Aaron Keyser, Miss Helen
Boxrud, Mlsa Fannie Brceden and Miss
Members of the Beta Pel fraternity
were guests of Harry S. Knight at an
enjoyable dinner party Thursday even
ing 'at his home.
An event full of pleasure for the
younger set was the dancing party Frl-
1oi. ni'C.n I n o- trli'mi Kir Mluo Tlz-.l.t-.
The Salt Lake Theater was the scene
of a brilliant gathering on the opening
night of "Rallies, the Amateur Cracks
man." and a large number of theater
parties were given.
A dozen friends were guests of Mrs.
A. T. Vollmer at luncheon Friday, In
vited to meet Mrs; Joseph Stowe of
Mrs. Charles H, Brink entertained' In
formally at euchre Thursday afternoon,
the first In a series of similar events.'
A charming luncheon of the week was
that at which Miss Lucy Gaby enter
ilned in honor of Mist? Bessie Mayne.
Miss Gertrude Hanson entertained in
formally at dinner Thursday evening in
honor of her guest, Miss Georgle Vad
ner, afterwards occupying stalls at
"Raffles," tho guests being Miss Vad
ncr. Mm Emma Hanson, Dr. F. Rich
ards, Dr. Lynch and Lawrenco Fox,
Mr. and Mrs. George M McConaughy
entertained at a charmingly appointed
dinner last Wednesday evening in com
pliment of their guest6, Mrs. Edwin
Bollinger and Miss Mabel Tanner of
Toledo, Ohio. Covers wero laid for six.
Mrs. Jacob Morltz gave a very pleas
ant luncheon, yesterday In, honox pf.
! Miss Christine Johnson, a Talented Singer and a Popular Member of Her
Mrs. Maas and Mrs. Ransohoof, who
leave during the week for New York
to make their home. In addition to
the guests of honor there were present:
Mrs. Sarah Kahn, Mrs. Greenewald,
Mrs. Obendorfer, Mrs. Lehman, Mrs.
William Simon of Butte, Mrs. Samuels,
Mrs. Simon Bamberger, Mrs. Lewlsson,
Justice George W. Bartch, Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Child, Mrs. Ernst Wil
liams, the Misses Rae and Olive Bartch
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
W. Morgan for the opening perfor
mance of "Raflles" at the Salt Lake
Members of the Third Street Card
club were pleasantly entertained at
luncheon last Wednesday by Mrs. J. C.
Hnnchett. In the evening Dr. and
Mrs. Hanchett entertained at dinner,
covers being laid for fouteen.
Members of Mrs. E. O. Lee's Sunday
school class of the Firs: I Methodist
church enjoyed a very delightful ban
quet Friday evening in the church par
lors, given in honor of the retiring
president, J. Reld Green, and the in
coming prosldent, Elmo V. Smith. Will
R. Sibley was the toastmaster, and
among those who responded cleverly to
toasts were Alex R. Eberhardt, Miss
Lucy Hitch. Miss Abble Crager, Miss
Verne Patterson, Elmo Smith. Miss
Beth Ward, Elmer Jones, J. Reld Green
and Dr. Young. The banquet was en
joyed by forty-four members of the
Miss Beatrice Davis entertained a
few friends informally yesterday after
noon in honor of Miss Bessie Mayne.
Original guessing games were features
of the afternoon, and musical selec
tions by Mrs. Alfred S. Peters and
Mrs. Hugh Ward were greatly enjoyed.
In addition to the guest of honor there
wero present Miss Helena Crltzer, Miss
Bessie Critzer, Miss Mary Talbot, .Miss
Damarls Beemnn, Miss Myra Sowles,
Miss Violet Whltworth. the Misses
Mary and Rubetta Moorhead, Miss
Mary Mayne, Mrs. William C. Druehl,
Mrs. A. O. Honnold, Mrs. Charles
Peak, Mrs. Alfred S. Peters.
One of the pleasant afternoon parties
of the week was that at which Miss
Florence Madsen entertained on Fri
day. Fantan was the game enjoyed,
the prize winners being Miss Nettle
Luman and Miss Hazel Wlmmer. The
decorations were In nasturtiums and
dahlias, and the tallies were hand-,
painted In nasttirtiunis. Miss Hansen's
guests were the Misses Mary Cannon,
Irene Armstrong, Estella Hardy, Hal
He Foster, Carrie Williams, Dixie Pike,
Elsie Hansen. Louise Lelpslger, Dor
ritt Hyde. Leta Lowe, Nellie Williams,
Bessie Hatfield. Hazel Wlmmer, Nettle
Luman, Clara Cameron, Edyth Mayne,
Ivy Geary, Lillian Cannon, Florence
Godbe, Irma Brown, lone Bassett, May
Branch: Messrs. Harry H. Madsen,
Will Buckley, Scott Bird, Fred Bas
sett. Arthur Chambcrlln, Frank Fol
land, Jack Browning.
The S. W. club gave an automobile
party last Tuesday evening In honor of
ono of Its members, Miss Olive Bartch,
who leaves this week to enter school
In the East.
Nasturtiums formed the pretty dec
orations at the Informal dinner given
by Miss Florence Grant In honor of her
guest, Miss Geneve Douglas, of Ogden.
The other guests were Miss June Blntz,
Charles Vlscher of Ogden, John Bailey
and George Barratt,
A jolly hayrack ride to Farmlngton,
followed by a delicious supper at the
Madsen homo on East First South
street, was enjoyed last evening by the
following young people, guests of
Harry H. Madsen The Misses Irene
Armstrong, Estella Hardy. Dorritt
Hyde, Let Lowe, Nellie Williams, Hal
lle Foster. Bessie Holfinch. Carrie Wil
liams, Hazel Wlmmer. Dixie Pike, Elsie
Hansen. Louisa Lelpslger, Cora Camer
on, Edith Mayne, Elly Geary, Irma
Brown, lone Bassett. May Branch.
Florence Madsen; Messrs. William
Buckley, Scott Bird. Fred Bassett, Ar
thur Chamberlain. Frank Folland, Jack
Browning. Do Lance Wilson, Honry
Kendall, Rex Wilson, Lawrence Bas
sett, Walter Rogers. Doris Raybould,
George Reiser, Alfred Avllh, Ward
Mrs. Charles E. Nichols entertained
at a kitchen shower Friday evening In
honor of Miss Mabel Spahr and Henry
Jacobs, whose engagement was an
nounced some time since. The c'ening
k,Tvas passed with songs and gatnea ana.
was greatly enjoyed by the guests, who
Included Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hoy,
Mrs. John Worthman. Mr. and Mrs.
George Paul, Mr. and Mrs. EH Marsel,
Mrs. Watson, N. D. Corser, Mr. and
Mrs, G. M. Fraser; Misses Mary B.
Dowd, Florence and Lucy Nichols,
Vena Williamson, Lula and Violet
Guthrie, Rose McDonough. Llzlze Mc
Pherson, Nina Spahr, Maggie Lawson.
Llllle Lucas, Effle Power, Florence
Burt. Ethel Pole and Emma Shea.
Tho Steno Club.
Following a vacation of the past two
months, the Steno club will resume
Its regular meetings at the club
rooms. 307 Security Trust building, on
next Thursday evening, September 8.
This meeting promises to be of more
than ordinary interest, owing to the
fact that a mock trial has been ar
ranged for, one of the members being
charged as tho culprit. The club ex
tends a cordial invitation to all stenog
raphers, and promises them an enjoy
able evening's entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Cleland are
at home to their friends for the present
at 78 S street.
Mr. and Mra William H. Curtin are
now af home to their friends at 311
North Ninth street. St. Joseph, Mo.
Rev. and Mrs. J. C, Lincoln are at
home to their friends at the parsonage
of the First Presbyterian church.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Ransohoff are now
at home to their friends at 851 Enst
South Temple street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Tobln will be at
home to their friends after September 5
at 33 West First South street.
Mrs. Mabel Brldgman Wright Is at
home to her friends at the Gladstone
Weddings and Engagements.
The marriage of Miss Clara Groshell
and Oscar W. Rawlins takes place to
morrow afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mra Fremont Groshell bf 442 Fourth
East street. Only members of the im
mediate families will be present at the
ceremony, the young people leaving di
rectly after for an Eastern visit.
a a a
Mr. and Mra David Tall announce the
engagement of their sister. Miss Virtue
Edglngton, to Thomas Squires. The
wedding will take place September 4.
September 22 Is the date set for the
wedding of Miss Amy Hagman and E.
George Gardner. The wedding will bo
followed by a large reception at the
home of the bride's parents.
Lieut and Mrs. John Bryson Barnes,
who were married last Wednesday at
Blue Rldfte Summit, Pn will be at
home to their friends at FU Douglas
after September 10.
Many Salt Lake friends are Interested
In the marriage of Miss Jean Pearson
of Park City and H. Benjamin Hamp
ton of this city, which takes place next
Wednesday at noon In the FIrot Congre
gational church of Park City.
The marriage of Miss Lenore Brown
to Martin Chrlstensen will take place
Wednesday evening at the home of tho
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R,
Brown, of 7C East Fourth North street.
Roger Sherman and Hooper Dunbar
will be hosts at a dancing party Tues
day evening at the Dunbar home on F
street, which promises to bcr one of
the moat delightful of the many events
planned, especially for the young peo
ple this summer.
Miss Alice Goodwin will entertain a
number of her friends Informally to
morrow evening at the home of Judge
and Mrs. Charles C. Goodwin on U
The Social Sixteen will meet with
Mrs. J. H. Bailey at 606 South First
West street, next Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. James White of Park City, an
aunt of Miss Louise Grace Emery, ar
rived In the city yesterday to be a
guest at the Amelia Palace until after
tho Emery-Bransford wedding.
Mr, and, Mrs. F. E. McG urrin-ircr.no.w-
a.t homo to their friends tit the Keith
apartment house on East South Temple
Mre. H. Harris and son Nato have
returned to the city after a thrco
months' trip to St. Louis and other
It will bo a mattor of keen regret to
tho many friendB of Mrs. Ablel Leonard
and her children to learn that they
havo decided to leave Salt Lake per
manently and tako up their residence In
Los Angeles, for which city they leave
the latter part of this month. They have
made their homo here for a number of
years and will always be romcmbered
with affection by the hosts of friends
they havo made In this and other cities
of the intermountaln country.
Harold Lamb, Carlton Wood Holmes
and Loronzd Snow are enjoying a hunt
ing trip in Idaho. Mr. Holmes leaves
on Septomber 7 to resume his studies at
Mips Elizabeth Rossburg, a graduate
of Kraus seminary, New York, has come
to this city to make her home, and will
receive her friends Informally on Tues
day and1 Thursday afternoon from 3 to
5 o'clock at 140 Second East street.
Mrs. W. H. DeWolf of Beaver, who
has been a guest at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank T. Roberts for tho past
two weeks, left Wednesday for tho
East. In October Mr. DeWolf will join
his wife and thoy will visit the fair to
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard- Everett of
Council Bluffs, la,, spent Friday In' this
city, guests of Mrs. Ablel Leonard.
Miss Henrietta Holmes, a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Holmes of Chi
cago, will arrive la the city tomorrow
to be a guest at the Amelia Palace for
the greater part of September. Miss
Holmes has just finished school at
Washington, 19 accomplished, attractive
and fond of life and Is sure to become
popular with those who will have the i
pleasure of meeting her during her stay
Mrs. W. A. Chapman and' children are
home from a month's visit at Hobble
Dean and Mrs. Eddie and the children
returned last evening from a month's
visit at Kelly's ranch, near Sprlngvlllc.
Capt. Paul, Miss Paul and Miss Alice
Paul have returned from a trip to Port
land, Seattle and other points In the
Mr. and' Mrs. W. W. Chisholm will
return the latter part of the week from
an extended visit In Oregon and Cali
Dr. W. G. B. Terrill has returned from
a visit to the fair and his old home,
Mrs. Coates of London, England, who
has been the guest of Mrs. Charles G.
-Plummer for several weeks this sum
mer, left yesterday for the East and
will sail shortly for her home.
Miss Katherine Judge is home from a
long stay In California, and will spend
the next month at the Judge country
home near Big Cottonwood.
Hugh Satterlee leaves tomorrow for
the East. He goes to his old home at
Rochester, N. Y., to remain perma
nently. Mrs. Henry T. Sadler, Miss Sadler
and Miss Elolse leave this week for
Montreal, Canada, where Miss Elolse
will enter school.
Miss Lee Trent returned Friday from
California, where she has been visiting
with the family of her brother, L. C.
-Li em, iui iiic jwai uiujliii.
Mrs. S. A. Pointer and daughter, Miss
Phil, are home from a delightful visit
with relatives and friends In Kentucky.
Mrs. Clint Leigh and Miss Margaret
Pointer will return this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo W. Whiteley have
returned from California.
Mrs. Warwick Winston and two
daughters of Shanghai, China, are In
this city for a visit with their rela
tives, Judge and Mrs. John A. Mar
Mrs. E. E. Calvin and Miss Carrie
Calvin were Salt Lake visitors during
the week, guests at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Jame3 F. Dunn They returned
with the Misses Angela Kinney, Edna
Dunn and Mary Jenklnson, who have
been guests at the Calvin home In Port
land for some weeks past.
Miss Bessie Mclntyre has returned
from a summer's visit on the Mclntyre
ranch at Alberta. Canada.
Carlton Woods Holmes of Chicago Is
a guest of his father. Col Edwin F.
Holmes, at Amelia Palace. Mr. Holmes
will remain here until September 7.
Mrs. Edmund Wilkes and Mrs.
Charles Wilkes are home from Logan,
where they have been guests of Capt.
and Mrs. H. D. Styer for several weeks
Miss Flanders. Miss Oste'rberg and
Miss Virginia Beatty returned last
week from California, where they havo
been visiting during the summer
Miss Mary Smedley leaves tho 15th
of the month to enter the Academy of
the Visitation at Georgetown. She will
be greatly missed In the younger set,
of which she is such a popular mem
Lieut, and Mrs, Easton of Fort Doug
las have gone to Pennsylvania for a
visit with Mr. Eoston's relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Armstrong are
home from a month's visit In Kansas
Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Freed of this city
are, enjoying a short visit on the Pa
Miss Nora Glcason will return dur
ing the week from a ten days' vacation
spent at Castllla Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Benner X. Smith left
during the week for a brief visit in
Mrs. Henry P. Henderson leaves noxt
week for an extended visit with friends
in Illinois, Michigan and Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Slegel leave today
for a short visit to the Pacific coast.
Mr, and Mw,. WAltcr; ;Filer; aror .
among tho Salt Lakers who aro enjoy
ing a visit on the coast.
Mrs. Jacob E. Bamberger and daugh
ter left Inst week for a visit In the
Mrs. H. P. Lytic of 455 East Sovonth
South street Is homp from the hospital
after on operation for appendicitis, and
is doing nicely.
Mrs. Daniel Witter of Denevr and
Mrs. George Ordwny of Boston, mother
and sister of Mrs. W. B. Sprngue of this
city, are visiting at the Spraguo homo
for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dalton and son of
Auckland, New Zealand, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Captleton at their
home, 73 L street. They leave shortly
for San Francisco to sail for home.
After a pleasant visit with Salt Lake
friends, Mrs. Henry Slegel leaves today
for her home in New York.
Gill McCook left during the week for
his home In -Ohio, after spending tho
greater part of the summer as the gueBt
of Ben Sleirel.
Dr. George R. Flthian of Chicago
will bo a visitor In this city for a short
time next month.
Harold and Maurice Pitzman of St.
Louis and Gerald Newman of New
York, who have been the guests of
James and Walker Salisbury since their
return from school, left last night for
. . c
Miss McLouth of San Jose has re
turned to her home after a very pleas
ant visit with Lieut, and Mrs. Easton
at the post. ,
Thomas II. McCann and Thomas
Brown, who have been traveling
through the Northwest and making .a
study of engineering works, are being
entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rawlins of Fort Douglas.
After a brief visit with his family
In San Francisco, E. M. Allison re
turned during the week, bringing with
him the two sons. Mrs. Allison and
baby daughter will not return for an
Mrs. Pauline Sands Is homo from an
extended stay In Idaho.
Mies Loreen Leary. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Leary, will spend the
coming winter away from home. Miss
Leary leaves the latter part of the
month for Kansas City, where she will
visit with an aunt and continue her
musical studies for a year.
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fish,
Jr.. arrived in the city Friday after
noon from Colorado Springs, where
they have been visiting friends for the
past six weeks.
from an extended visit In Indiana,
fro an extended visit in Indiana.
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Mrs. W. A. Sherman and daughter.
Miss Mary, are home from an enjoy
able summer's visit with relatives and
friends In Pennsylvania.
Mrs. William Simon of Butte Is vis
iting Mrs. Lehman of this city.
James H. Anson leaves early this
week for a ten days' visit to the fair.
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Miss Dolly Gladys Trewhela returns
tomorrow to resume her school work
at the St. Mary's academy. She has
been east the past summer, visiting
with relatives In Illinois and Wiscon
Miss Delia Blyth of Evanston, Wyo.,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack Keith.
T. Burton Hunter of Stanford univer
sity is a guest at tho home of Mr. and
Mr?. Fred Hale on Sixth East street Hll
He will be here about a week. Rlilll
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Jones are IslliiH
home from California, where they have lUI
been visiting for a month past. 9HHIIIIIH
Mrs. Ed Wcrthelmer of Ogden is laliH
spending a few days with her cousin, WIM
Mrs. Leon Sweet, of this city. HLLH
Harold Ross Brown has returned fiaaal
from a visit at Silver Lake. Silll
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reeves and son xaaH
loft yesterday for a visit to the fair. VllH
going to visit relatives and friends in .i.H
Kentucky and Tennessee. "SILLH
Miss Winifred Woodmansee is home H
from'Sllvor Lake, where she has been
Superfluous Hair H
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docs not scar or produce a new growth. irTlH
Better than X-ray, because- it docs not PaaH
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tho skin. Better than depilatories, be- ifcnaaai
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