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page eight THE SALT LAKE TKIBTJNE. SrN" M""XIXfl- "mreh a ,J
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H Seldom has local society looked for-
w ard to the holiday season viih greater
fl r ntlclpatlon, as the programme of en-
'ertelnment set-ms unlimited The real
clebratlon of Christmas I (Warred un
t'l tomorrow, and a week from tomor
row the New "War will he celebrated
H T omorrow Mr. H B Bird and Miss
H MoOornlok will receive their friends at
H the McCornick home from 5 to 7. and
H aa the men are to he Included in the
H rcue?n s It will be a reunion similar to
those w hich formerly made the Yule-tide
H ro delightful for fashionable folk A
H rdmilar event win ive given on Monday,
H January 2. when Mrs. Marshall and
H SflSS Kl rk pa trick have Invited many to
H meet Mrs Aekland-Hood and Mrs.
Winston, a ho are here ror the holidays
H They were formerly the Misses Kirk-
H Patrick, and among tee belles during
the time of their residence, so It will be
H (l great pleasure for their friends to
H greet them once more In such a merry
and Informal manner. Then the Misses
Ruth and Mope Kirkpatrick will give a
H domino dance at the Knutsford this
H week to which th" younger portion of
H 1 1 c i i y s looktnc forward with expeota-
H Ion of a rare treat The most novel.
and what will no doubt prove tho mont
elaborate event ( the season will be the
H ' m i masque to be given on the evening
fl of January 2 in the post hall. Fort
H Douglas, by C'apt. and Mrs. Sturgl.o
H ''apt. anil Mrs Jamersun and 'apt and
J Mrs. Woodward, Tho cotillion will be
B danced at 11 o'clock. Naturally, ns this-
H Is SUCh a radical departure from the
H usual round of entertainments, the re-
H iplcnls of invitations have been on the
H 0ni vlve all week, and while many have
H been discussing: the nll-aborblng ques-
H lion of "what to wear," others are say-
Ing nothing, but are diligently sewing
fl upon dainty skills to form part of the
B ostume for an Elizabethan maid, a
l Mary Queen of Scots. Red Riding Hood.
J Princess Louise of Prussia, Josephine.
J Mexican dancer. Carmen. Martha
BBl Wanhlngton, Colonial dame, Janice
Meredith. Babble. Juliet, Ophelia and
J i he like. Then the men, too. otherwise
BBJ loo busy to go n for such thlngp. have
BBl been quietly making a sneak upon the
BBJ others, and a visit to the Salt Lake cos--
BBJ lumor's reveals the fact that engaged
BBJ for that date are the suits foi Louis IX.
BBj io Louis XV., to say nothing of Mephls-
BBJ to. Faust, Hamlet, Spanish cavalier and
In whole lot of others Jt an be ofll
clally stated that the men will have
?orne striking costumes, but of course,
the secret of each ones Identity will be
faithfully kept until unmasking time.
!f the spirit of the evening Is one-half
8 enthusiasts ally carried out as are
the preliminary arrangements, the bal
masque will be the memorable eent of
I the year.
The past week has been far from
slow, with the very merry darning par
ly given by Miss Geddes and the mar
riage reception following the ceremony
iimaaa uniting Miss Read ar.d Mr Hager. This
event was at the hospitable home of
GOV, ami Mrs Wells, who are ideal host
and hostess, and naturally all who were
present passed a thoroughly delightful
I The social world seemed to be shop
ping yesterday and little attention was
given to entertaining Many Christ
, mas tree parties were" given last night
and today, and this evening family din
ners will be the rule all over the city.
The celebration of the day planned for
tomorrow will mean , many more de
lightfully Informal ev.-nta From then,
on the week will be filled with enter
tainment. Sophomore High Jinks
The sophomore clast of the East Bide
high BChOOl gave Its first, party On Fri
day night at the- school building, the
biological laboratory being ued as a
reception room and the football head
quarters as a place for refreshment
The decorations throughout consisted
Of the Christmas holly, the school col
ors, orange and brown, and the stars
; nd stripe.
There was an enjoyable Informal af
fair in the reception room, where the
clas-s Indulged In a spelling match,
guessing games und music, one of the
most fetching things being the 'BlLh
Boy" aong by an octette of sophomore
boys in costume In fact, all th- m-m-bers
of the class wore special cos
tumes on the occasion, It being a COS
tmne party of the old-fashioned order.
Other good numbers werel Piano solo
by Ada Ferguson, and u comh bnrl
lone fv!i by Morse Moon, who. a-s cap
tain of the football beam, was an hon
Then the crowd repaired to the ban-iu-t
hall, where about seventy-live pa.r
fook of the- refreshments and )lnteri.-ij
to the high jlnk" t hut folio
Here Charles Chaffin presided a.- toast
master, and responwe were as follows
"Our Boys.' Halti Wuple-H Qui
lirla" Joe Johnnon: "The f'ad.-ts "
Dorothy Partridge; "The Teachers'
Renere Grant; "The Football Team"
The chaperone8 were Mrs Fisher
Harris. Mrs. Bpxrud. Mr.-. Walton MISS
Tlbbnls and Miss Murphy At about
11:30 the class dispersed, wishing a
merry ( 'hrihirnay and happj N". w Year
to each other and to th- teachers
For Mrs. Hubbard.
I Mies Hartley and Miss Florence Hurt-
i lej entertained Informal! at luncheon
I on Tuesday for Mrs. Hubbard f Trini-
i dad. The guests were Mrs F s Bas-
. come. Madam Bas. r.m Mr" Varoi
rCeysor, Mrs. Hubbard. Mn Rob
Walker. Mrs. WJtcher Jones, The di c
I orations throughout were Christmas
holly with red carnations
j Mrs. Bamberger to Entertain.
Mrs. J. E. Bamberger will entertain at
j a luncheon n. xt Thursday In honor of
I Mrs. Ernest Bamberger, the guests to
romprl?e a few of th young matrons
and girls, friends of lhf guest of honor.
Mr. nr.. Mrs Eklward Ferry enter
tained at dinner Thursday.
Col. and Mrs Holmes sail on the 7th
Miss Mary Louise Anderson Is at
Mr and Mrs Hager sail on Wednes
day for Manila.
Mrs D. Moore Lindsay is home from
Roger Sherman is here for the holi
days. MaJ. R. R Turner, T B. A., was
gret-d hj old friends during the week
He Is one of the very first officers at
Fort Douglas to marry a Sail Lake girl,
Mrs Turner being formerly Miss Lowe.
Mrs Qeorgi C Moore anil daughters of
San Franclscn are in the city frr the wln
t r. e;ueN a t the Keith apartment house.
Mrs. Moore Is a sister of Mrs Newhouss,
llss Sybelln Clayton gives a. pianoforte
recital nt the Theater on Thursday, to
which her friends have been Invited
Scott Woodward Is down from Butte
after a year away irom his local home
Mrs McClintOCk and her two little
gr.i mldaughters ur gn sts at the home o;
MaJ and Mrs. Downey,
Mr. and Mrs. W Rlter gae a Christmas-tree
party last eenlng for thn chil
dren Miss lone Morrison Is spending her holi
day vacation with friends in Washington.
Charles Shermer wife and daughters.
Miss. -. N. III.- and Florence o to Denver
to spend Christmas with Mr Shormer's
sister, Mrs. R. J Williams.
Mr. and Mrs S. F. Fenton have returned
from the East.
C. R. Aley has gone to Louisville.
.1 U Young la here from Denver for the
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Iewls entertain
at cards for their son Morton next Tues
Mrs. Jay T. Harris is at home again
after an Eastern trio
Mr and Mrs Henry Newell have gone
to I-os Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Calvin and family
are warmly welcomed to the dty.
Miss Ruby Monlagiie Is visiting her
mother, Mrs m. crafu 37 South First
Weal Miss Montague lum Just returned
from Washington and bSS made a su. ceSfl
OH the. Stag"
Mis- Bthel C Thompson has returned
ir..ni Tooeli to spend the holidays with
net part nts a i 357 w eal Flfi h South
Miss Cutler has returned from Tooele
to spend the holidays with her parents at
$7 Cannon street,
A cord partv will ho given by tho
Women's Republican club at the" resi
dence of Mrs W, H Jones. No. ?1 South
Phil d I st ; tree i Tburi d.i le. .,,! .
1904. Instead ot a I Mi s. John ( Cut
lei's, ns previously announced. All Re
ruibllcan ladles ar Invited.
The paster end official board of the
rirsi Methodist church ith their wives,
will hold a New fear's reception on the
night of January 2 from until 10 o clock
at the church parlors.
The Council of Jewish Women will glv
a Chanu. ka party for all the J. slh chll
idren of Salt Lake at Unity hall, Wednes
day, December at p m
Tho Christ, iisni soiree for next
Wednesday, evening will be in the nature
of an Informal leap year party. The la
dles are expe ting to have a very en
joyable evenll e This will he the lust
leap year party for ihe next four Sean
A very pretty home wedding took place
yeaterrtay noon at the residence of Mr
ond Mrs J Israel. 160 Last Sixth South
street, when Mist Mamie ITordonskl he
came the bride ,,t pai,i Bhlert of the
c(mmtasar department, U. 6. A at
Port DHirlas Thi bridesmaid ira's Mlsi
May l.lddlo of San Jose Cal und the
beat man, Quartermaster Bergl w p
Coakley of Kort Ioiglas n. v - ,
Slnipkln ofl'ii-lated In I lie jr. ,,: ,
gathering of relatives and Intimate
friends The home kuh most hej.utlf ully
ral d with Christmas greens and
wealth of California flowers brought over
by Mlsa Llddh- ft.-, du. ,,.,,n,M u.
1 eats ia1 down to an elaborate aud en-
oyabl wedding luncheon nd amid much
ai. rrlmeiit ihe health of bri.Je and rroom
was glvan with a win The bride looked
very protly In a dross of grey voile over
n silk trimmed with chiffon and lace
It was made mi ti line a,,,j 5,),, ,-.,ri,.,
white carnations Mr and Mi? Bhlert
will be it home ifter January l at Fori
Di uglas. where ihcy will well ime all
their -many friends
The marriage of Miss Myrtlce Ruby
Hei-tw-di to George S Gray or 3prlna
field Mo. win iik- place this morning
at i" 0 1 loch .1 the home of the hride
n 1 tie r Mrs Byron E Hartwell Fh
ceremony will be performed bv Rev l
The marriage of Mls Clara Mill
daughter of Mr jim.i Mrs Thomas 11111
to R. W Kidder, will take place on Jan
uary i al the home of the t.rid.- i., jab
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CITY SCHOOL NOTES.
Th. annual Red and Black day was ob-s.-i-ved
l th. W-st 8ldf. hlt'h si h-.. ,
Friday afternoon. Aasemblv room 1 was
tastefuiiv decorated with flags, banners
and banting In r.d an.l black and un en
thusiastic audience was present. The
opening number was an overture "Ked
and Black," by the Hih School orchea
tra, composed of Elmer Woolf, Warner
Thompson, Dan Lackmann, David Ro
gawsky mid Sylvan Simon This was the
ftm aipearance of this organization The
other numbers of the programme were
rendered In the following order "Re.j
Santa Claus ai Joint
Retiring County Clerk Pre
sented With Cut Glass
Deputy Recorder May, Health Com
missioner Wilcox and Mr. Crown
Also Kindly Remembered.
Christmas good will was strongly in
evidence at the city and counts building
yesterday. Soveral officers received
hearty iriuuteH to their popularity among
their deputise and clorkn
County Clerk James was served with a
little ?urprlao parly when be went down
to hi office Ho found on his table a
hondsome cut-glass set, consisting Of a
carafe and six glasses, a box r cigars,
a hottie of wine und a fine umbrella. He
had no sooner steppod in th.m he was
followed Into hla inner office by hl
ei.iir.- f..r. 1 of the office Deputy I lerk
Harry P Evan. then mado a short pr -seintloii
Mr Evans's Speech.
"The close relationship which baa ex
isted between us during your two terms
ot office. ' he said, "has afforded mnnv
o( us ample opportunity to pass upon
your merits as an ot fleer and a gentle
tnan. Wo .ire desirous thnt you should
know that wi nr.- not unmindful ol the
many rare Qualities of your heart and
mind which you have unconsciously re
vealed to US on manj occasions. Your
genial disposition and the kindly Interest
taken In our welfare your truo loyalt
to tried friends and your pre"nencss to
BXi ise or condom their shortcomings,
that total absence of affected superiority
which Is said to Invariably mar pood fel
lowship, th re ire some of the character
istics which have endeared you to ns.
And now on the eve of the holiday sea
son and within a few days of the closo
of your term of office we desire to ten
der to you these expressions of our warm
regard for yon personally May these
Klfts serve ta lend a charm t. -.our
Christmas festivity and In tho dah to
1 ome. mny they ever r. call sweet memn-
rlea of pleasant associations while s.tv
Ing the people as County Clerk "
Mr James replied In u few words ex
presalng his thanks for the gifts. Ho
also expressed his appreciation of the
splilt which prompted the giving
Ring for May.
Deputy Recorded John L May was also
made happy bj a gift from the employees
In the County Recorder s office. They
in. seated him with u nHd gold ring,
handsomely engraved Joseph II Mac
Knight made the presentation speech.
Health Commissioner F. Wilcox was
presented with a handsome silk and sil
ver mounted umbrella by the employees
of the Health department Toe gift was
I resented to blrn at his residence late last
Sol I'fi.un. woo has had the clptxr Bland
In the city and county building for so
main years, was given 115.50 In cash,
which had been contributed by the dif
ferent employe.-s n th- building. He
was also nU'en fifteen n.-w l.nvcj of el
gi.rs tO stock up with.
Policemen Smoked Up.
Every uttuche of the poll'- department fnm
thu I'hlef down t. the cuh p-'llce. reporter was
the recipient of a box of clsar yesterday, as
a Christmas pr.-rnl from WtdttSkeT Unllas.
the BTltoke manufacturers.
C nl for.-, u-a f..r ClOUdy v.lth I - h I
Zfcstorday'4 record at the local of Ac of the
Maximum temperature U ilea; , minimum
ttmpf-ratuiu. 31' Arg ; m.hh tsmpetrntUTS, .J
dg.. which Is 6 Avg. abovo the normal
Acrumulated tlllln of temerature since the
Dnt of the month. 30 dcg.
Accumulated axcaa of temperature since
January 1. 17V deg:.
Total precipitation from 6 p. m. to 6 p. m
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation slnco
th flrnt of tho month. .73 Inch
Accumulated deficiency of prwlpllatlon slnc
January I, .03 ln h R. J. HYATT
and Black Day " bv Fred Hale; recitation,
'1 he Woman from Nantucket," iur
afayne; presentation of the flag to the
school I,. H.0.1I Miirtlneau. president of
the senior lass, acceptance speecli by
Kram Is Crltchlow, re)rns-ntlrig the
School; orchestra number, "Cy press" ;
presentation of football picture by Capt!
Warner Thompson; acceptance speech by
Ji.lirin Bamberger of the Junior class;
songs "Auld Lang Syne" and "Aunt
Mat Jery." by Irene Kellv. Gertrude
Kelly, Bdna Evans and Jennie Mills
speech. "Alumni. ' b Kate Groo. a for
mer graduate Hen iiinis Qrle Havenor
and ESllas Smith all of ihe class of "(M,
addressed the students At the conclusion
of the exereise8 Principal Eaton, who con
ductod the "affair, led the school In the
song. "The- Red J lid Uluck "
"How Can the Public Schools Best
Further the Alms and Purposes of the
Humane Society"" was the topic- for dis
cussion m the prim Ipals' regular meeting
lnst Wednesday afternoon 'ihe opinion
prevailed that no formal action should be
taken, hut that, as occasions arts, md
opportunities present themselves the i..
for all llvtlic; ireiilines should ho tuuylil
At the next meeting the merits and de
merits of the departni. ut system now in
vogue lll Im- consider-,!. I'rlnclp.iN H..1
le, k K.el r 1 rOSS and Nelson Will lead
Supervisor Wetsell has left for Chicago
to bt present at a meeting of tin. presi
dents of iio. different departments ol the
National Kdu. ntloiiHl association MN
position ns president of the musical di
vision demands his preaence
Miss Elslna Holts has h.-.-u lnst.i. ,
Instructor at the I'ranUlin
Busy hands In ;ll the buildings have
contributed liberally to local charitable
Institutions to make Chrlatmas happy to
th unfortunate- At the Lafayette a mot
ley contribution was gathered by tho pu
pils and then dispensed to tho poor
A very llueraJ registration among city
teachera has been made for the lectures
ut the fomlng Utah Stale Teachers' a to.
Through the generosity of Simon Bam.
berger, pupils of the city schools were
given fr-e entrance to the salon of the
local artists, who have an c-labonu. ex
hibit on Stab street, Peat hers hao ac
companied their pupils, but Since suffi
cient time has riot been Rlen certain
buildings to take advantage of this cour
tesy, the holiday wefks will be uS,J( bv
such achool to see- the duo collection.
First Congregational Public ser
Vlces u II o'clock. Sermon by the
pastor. Rev Elmer 1 Goshen.
Sunday-school at 12:80 Young Peoplt b
meeting at 6 o'clock Public cordially
invited to all services.
St. Mark's QSthedrali Very lte .
.Irmic. H Eddie. .1. a n - Su nfla , f'hrlst
mas day 7 3t a m.. hol communion;
9:.'0 a m . holy communion children's
service; 11 a rn . morning prayer holy
communion and sermon. '"The Christ
mas Message"; ;:io p. m., evening
prayer. The public is cordially Invited
to ii i lend the services.
Ft Peter's chapel 3 p m., Sunday-
p hool; ( p, m evening prayer and ad
dress. St. Pauls Church, Main and Fourth
South streets, the Rev. Ct E. Per
kins B D . rector Services: 8 a m ,
holy communion; 11 a rn., morning
prayer holy communion rnd sermon
on "The Significance r ( hrlatmss"; 8
p m . ev ening prayer and sermon. ' The
Incarnation." The oholr has made spe
cial preparation for the musical por
tions of these services. A cordial wel
come Is extended to nil The congrega
tion of St. John's chapel Is invited to
worship nt St Paul's today
First Unitarian Society Services at
T'nlty hall, Hit Second East stret, al 11
a. m . Rev. William H. Fish, Jr , pas
tor ChrlBtmaji and dedication services
with special music by Unity quartette.
No Sunday-school aftr service but
Sunday-school pupils are to be at the
church at 11 n. rn On Monday at 8
o'cloc k the Sunday-school will hold Its
annual Christmas festival and Chrlat
mas tree, followed by Informal dancing
Central Christian hureh, corner of
Third East and Fourth South, Pr T
W. Plnkerton pastor Regulnr morning
serv ice nt 11 o'clock. Special music by
tho choir In the evening a Christmas
pong service Will he given and tho choir
Will be assisted by Mls Slgrid Pcder-fff-n.
East Side Baptist, corner Third South
and Seventh East streets Preaching nt
11 a. m and 7 80 p m. ; Sunday-aohool,
1L' 1",; Young People's C F society 6:80
p m At the evening service Dr. Wes
ley .1 Davis will sing.
First Baptist church, corner Second
South and Second West Re D. A.
Brown, pastor. Preaching at 11 a, m.
and 7 20 p m. Sunday -school at 12 20.
F. J Lucas, superintendent B. T. P
I" at 6 30 p in., leader. Miss Mabel
Spnhr Subject "Present Day Outlook
In i Ihlna " Wednesday evening service
at 7:30 A welcome to all.
Klo Oiui.de Mlsrion chapel (Second
South, between Ninth ard Tenth West
Sunday-school at 10 a. m. George Paul,
Burlington Mission chapel, corner In
diana avenue and Navajo street Sun
da) -school at 3.30 p. nt Henry Jacobs,
superintendent. Friday evening service
First Methodist JSpiSCOpal church, on
rhlr.l ..iitli near Muln street, Benja
min Young pastor Ser ices at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Morning topic. The
Magi and the Star' lOvenlitg subject,
"A ( ihrlstmas Message " 8ps lai music
at both these services Sunday-school
at 4"i a m Bpwortn league at 6 30
p m. Junior Leagu. at 3:30 p m. All
are cordially Invited to these services.
Liberty Pari- l. hurch. Klghth
Fast and Ninth South streets, S. A
WanlesM pastor Preaching at 1 1 a- m.
and 7 M p. m Subject In the morning.
"The Birth of Christ. ' In the evening.
Jesus, the L.lght of the World. ' Sunday-school
at lo a m. Bpworth League
at 7 p. in Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7 20
Illff M E hur. h, Ninth East and
First South D. M. Helrnlck pastor
Preaihlng morning and evening by the
pastor Special mush at both services.
Sun. lay s, hool at l' o'clock Ep worth
League al S B0. Prayer meeting on
Wedneaday evening at 7:80. You are in
vited to these services. Seats free.
Third Presbyterian churt h. Wash
ington avenue and Eleventh East Rev.
S. E. Wtahard, D D. will preach at 11
a. m The services In the evening will
be In charge of the C E. society Jo
slah Met 'lain pastor
Lm her an
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church, Fourth East between Fourth
and Fifth Soul h Christ mas aer vices
Sunday morning at 10 30. with commu
nion. The Chrlatmas tree festival will
be held Monday evening al ' o'clock
A. Q. If. Overn, paxtnr
Swedish Lutheran, corner of Second
South and Fourth Eaxt Emanuel Ryd-
berg pastor Early morning service nt
S 0 a. m. Hundreds of wax tspers Will
be lit. The pastor will preach on The
Birth of Christ." The congregation
will sing "War Halaad Skona Mor
gonstund." All are welcome No Sun-d)ay-Bchoc4
or forenoon sery ice win tie
held In the evening at 7 o'clock the
children's Christmas tree entertain
ment Will be held An excellent pro
gramme of forty numbers, consisting of
dialogues. recitations, speeches and
elnging will be rendered. The choir,
under the leadership of Mr. Emanuel
Anderson, will take part. All welcome.
First Church of Christ, Scientist. 886
East Third South Sunday-s hool at
! 4.'i ii in Church servo e at 11 a. nv,
subject, "God." Each Wednesday even
ing at S o'clock it meeting Is held to
listen to the testimony of healing of
both Bin and sickness. Free reading
rooms open dally from 10 a m to .", p
m.. In rooms G07-608 Scott-Strr ell
building, K58 Main street Tako ele-
Christian Truth. SeekerB.
The Christian. Truth Seekers hold a
meeting Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock
In room J02 the Auditorium, 4.S East
Third South. Subject of lessOIU. "Truth
of Being'; Raxina Oerman, speaker.
Also Wednesday -ening, realization
mooting, hegiruiing at 7 30 o'clock. All
English Lutheran, church, 336 South
Fourth Enst trtreet Rev. H A. Han
son, pastor Christmas morning ser
vices, 11 o'clock Sunday-school 10 a.
m. No meeting of the Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor The
hrlstmAs festival of the. Sunday-School
will be held Monday evening at 7 30
o'clock. A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all.
German Lutheran Service every oth
er Sunday at p m. at Our Bavior'a
Evangelical Lutheran church on Fourth
Fast, between Fourth ami Fifth South.
Christmas service this afternoon at 4 30
Children's service at 5.30. P. T Brork
nian, pantor in charge.
First Presbyterian church, corner
Second Eust and Second South street
Rev Y M. Poden. D. D , pastor. Morn
ing service jt il ocloek with short
sermon audi Bpecial chrlstmaa music
Topic, ' God M:ido Christmas." Sun-day-sr-hool
at 12 30. I'Krlstiun Endeavor
meeting- at 6.30: evening servi.e at J 4.r,
Plfture story of i 'hnsimas foj Sin .1 L -school
pupils and parents, with Btere.
optlcon views. sis free, and the pub
lic cordially invited.
Phillips Congregatlonul church. Fifth
South and Seventh East Rev. P A
Simpkln. pastor. Services this i. ai
11 and 7:4,"i. Christmas Ktrvlcea. In the
evening special Christmas music Solo
ists, Miss Emma Grlmsdell and Miss
loina Dunham Sunds.v-jchoo u. 12 16
C E. at 6.15. Cordial welcome to all
notes of 3Hu$ic and musicians
In the Eighteenth ward tho Christmas
HervUes will he, almost ntlroly music.
Bishop Whitney will preside and brief re
marks will be mado suitable to the double
occasion of the birthday of the Prophet
Joseph Smith and the lebratlon of
Christmas The. Christmas anthem, "And
There Were Shepherds," will be rendered
bv the i liolr A i Ihrlatmas carol, "The
LIlllH Town of Bethlehem," will be sung
by Master Chester Young. Messrs PypST,
Whitney, Patrick and Speiu er will sing a
Quartette, "Another Six Day'a Work is
Done," and tho services will conclude
with selections from the sa'crcd contata,
The Daughler of Jalrus " Tho soloists
of the evening will be Miss Ruth Wilson.
Mrs Margaret Patrick. Mr Oeorgt D
Pyper Mr. W. G. Patrh k. The reader
who will Introduce the antata Is Miss
Alice i arnswortb Accompanist Arthur
Shepherd Director, li '. Whitney. Ser
vices begin at 6:30 p. m
The following musical programme will
bo rendered at the First Baptist chur. h
Organ voluntary. Largo Handel
Siimtus. "Holy, llolv. Holy"., Dvkes
Carol, "P.-ai Fprth, 0 Chrlatmas Bells"
Hymn No 03, "How Firm a Founda
Scripture r adlng and responst
Anthem "Rejoice Jerusalem and
Buritone s.olo, Charles Harris
Chant. The Lord s Prayer . Walton
I "f. rtoi j t ommunlon In K Be Uati
Anthem "Behold, I Lirlup V ; I
Sermon. "The Bvenlng Light .,i i ir.
Rev. i) A. Brown
Hymn Mo 236, "Joj to the Woi id-
L'v -iilnp 7 o i lo, k
(n cuh vaiiuntarv, Andatitlno Lemare
Hymn No 829, "Coronation" Holden
Anthem, "Pralao Yo tho Father ". .Gounod
Anthem, "The Star of Bethlehem"
Contralto solo, Mrs Allen BfcNltt
Chant, The Lord's Prayer Walton
Offertory, "Tho Evening star" from
Solo. "Glad Tidings" Walton
Charles O Harris
Hymn Mo BIS ' Onward Christian Sol
diers" . ... Barlnn-Gould
Sermon "The Motive ,,r Christ's om
lng" Rev D. A Mmwn
Ant hem f i i na c on 1 1 .a n I ed i n, 1 .1 1 1 e
Star of Bothlehc-m" ..Neldllnger
Soprano obllgato, Mlsa CHssie Lawson
Hymn No J7l ' We Ma;. Not Climb
lh Heavenly Steeps" Wallace
PostluUe '-..'..'I'.V.'.'. Thayer
Sopranos Mrs Allen R McN'Itt Mrs
Charlea O Harris, Mlsa Crlsale Lawson
Altos-Mlsa Harriot Randolph Mlsa
Elizabeth I McPherson
Tenors Mr Andrt u r At Pht rson Mr
t 'lia rh-s Saolt
BasaOSr-Mr Allen Ft McNltl Mr liarrv
Baritone and director Mr. Charles O
1 la rrls
Organist Miss Crlssla Lawson.
PROGRAMT.rE OF HELD'S
Programme of Held'a Military band lie
oemlior 25 1Sio4:
March "Dowii the Une" . Reeves
Overture "Stradeii- Ploton
Seh-i I on I , ,,,li Rle SIllglllK (
bopiuiio olo. "The I "ream Bartlett
Mrs, Q 1 1 Knauff
Bcotch wedding mar, a (with bagpipe
Musical Scenn fn,m Switzerland Lanrev
fa) RusUc Picture
thi Peasant Dance.
Blelgh P. II Dance. Kills Brooke
Dance Caprloe, "ia Plauretta" WelMei
Bass -olo "Tho Lighthouse Bell" Petrle
Mr Wliiani Bqulrea
Popular selection from "Woodland
HELD BY SAILOR.
French Bark Can't Clear From Port
land Without Him.
PORTLAND, Or. Dec 24 Emigra
tion Inspector Barbour refuses to grant
his certificate to the French bark Jules
Gommes and enable her to clear from
this port, owing io the fact that a
sailor named Morrlsseau, who deserted
the vossel and Is likely to become a
public charge, cannot be found.
I'prm being notified a week ago by
the Inspector that the man was not en
titled to land the captain of the Gom
mes swore out a warrant for his arrest
but the officers have been unable to lo
cate him. When the vessel llnlshed
loading her captain applied to the In
spector for hla release wiO WAS refused
FOR THE 'l
MEN. f I
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cnlorinRS. The new, wide four-in-hand, to be worn withwi
lars, seems to be the most populor, 50c, 7f5c, $1 00, $1 so Th 8
squnres, to the tied Ascot style, and tho regnilar Acot 81 no J11
S2.00. $2.50 and S3.00. v w-
FANCY SUSPENDERS, 75c to S5.00 a pair.
Dent's, Towtip's and Perrin'a Gloves, Si. 50 to 82 75 a pair 1
FANCY HOSIERY 50c to $3.00 a pair. I
Mufflers and Dress Protectors, 31 00 to S4.00.
Smoking Jackets and Robes, one.-third off. 1
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153 MAINEAST S DE.
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You may get it with some other -shoe, I
or not; you're sure of it with SelzB
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Price $3.50 and 54.00.
flSSv fSjavaSja V Th06 who cont. nii I.'.'c jfivlnfr Ktrs
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FUR.S. I R- STENZEL FUR CO, I
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it. an were also nln clearance papers, by
the ustoma otllclais.
The captain has carried the matter to
the French representatives, who have
protested aKalnsi the detention to the
authorities at Washington. Inspector
Barbour has asked instructions from
Washington, and until a reply is re
ceived the vessel will be detained her.
The Gommes Is loaded with 120,000
bushels of wheat destined for Great
Don't gret the wrong Idea into vour head
that starvation n good for Dyapepsla.
Those who have not studied the subject
vir deeply, or with trained scientific
Dlindfl mlli! think BO
But fails prove otherwise
aii specialists in stomach and digestive
disorders know that it is best for d- o
bla to be well fed. v v
Vv'h. dyspepsia Is really a starvation
Tour food doesn't feed you.
By starvation, you may give your bow
els and kldnrys k-ss lo do. but th ll lot
not cure your dlRc-tlvc trouble-slmolv
ii -ikes inn weaker and sick, i nk.-lv
to be permanently cured than ev-r
No. the only rijjht way t permanently
cure your if of any form or dyspepsia 01
IndlgesUve 'trouble, is to eat heartily of
all the food thai '.on Mini i.. st ,,u - , s with
gou. and help n, ,, dlprestlo,, to work with
Stuart's Dyspepsia Cablets
This Is u safe, certain, scientific relia
ble method of treatment, which will never
Call to euro the most obstinate cases If
psrsevt red in.
Stuart s Dyspepsia Tablets have a tr.-n-tle
tonic refreshins effect on the secre
tors glands of the entire digestive tract
Thej gently forct the How of freah db
Kestlve Juices. 1
They contain themselves, many of the
i hemlcai constituents of ih.-9e Juices thus
when dissolved thej help to rfliaolve thS
food around them in atoms, h or bowala
The- therefore quickly relieve all the
symptoms of i,i ,, , 1 ;
They coax ou back to healtii
No other medical treatment of anv or
nor uny fad ayatem of i 'lu
cure.- win Kfiv;. i,! ,f. .
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