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K 10 . TEE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 9, 1906. M
It y ' Whispors.
i 'j "Walt," eald the Tabby over her second
I ! i , cup of tea, "until thoso two girls meet.
) j i'j It there isn't sonio hair pulling I will bo
I surprised. Why, everybody thought ho
' j j! was ongnged to her three years ago. Of
' . y, courne, some one told 'the man in tho
j f : case,' nnd It 1b putting It In a mild form
I , ', 1 to say he was amusori. His anBwer was:
j 'Wall, if physical strength Is to bo con-
' .j ;; eldered In tho combat Mary will win out,
'I, j but If the tonguo has anything to do with
, 1 the encounter I would bank on the other i
i .1 The girls numbered over a dozen, that
I ! t ; were determined to make the life of tho
j! . , , brido and groom a burden or know tho
1 1 ! reason why. Tho usual pounds of rice
! j and yarda of whito ribbon and old shoes
! I wore discreetly hidden until Iho arrival
lHI . of the midnight hour. Strange to relate.
H, I I tho bridal pair did not seem to pay any
( t attention to tho mysterious whiBperlngs.
J, ji, The hour for departure arrived; the
H1 i f) horses felt thero was something "doin' "
H ' In the very night air and made all speed
) il to the depot. Those maids will not for-
i I. I get for so mo months to como the drive
H, . ( ! from depot io depot in search of. thu
H, j bride and groom, who were nowhere to
' be found, Tho joke is that the best man
H. 4 thought ho had been "lot in for all par-
Hl i! ticulars," and was foiled with the others.
Hl .JJ'I Surely two youths will find It really
H J necessary to turn their steps? coastward
j before the snow fllos. With two such at-
H J ' tractions at the beach for them the social
I ii whirl of tho winter will be tame.
Hi ; ( The florists have furnishod many bits
l j. 1 of Information unwittingly that have
H, i caused a great deal of amusement ofton
j J j, among the friends, of "those Interested."
I t Tho following perhaps could be applied
Ht 'Ml within tho city gates:
i . J The engagement between a wealthy
I, ; Baltimore fbellc and an impecunious club-
H! 1 : man of that city was at one tlmo last
winter perilously "near the "breaking off"
f j point, and all by reason of the unfor-
H' ii innate mistake of a florist's assistant of
y'.jl whom tho young man had ordered flowers
Hi $ i Tor his beloved.
l ' It appears that the young fellow had
j i hastily dispatched to the florist's cstab-
.. lishment two cards, one bearing an order
H for roses to be sent to the young lady's
Hi ,. )j address,' and the other Intended to bo at-
; . lached to the flowers.
'L'fi .'What was the astonishment and indlg-
H 1 nation of tho beloved ono when, taking
H' j j ihc roses from their boxes, she found
H- I' j aillxcd the card bearing the legend:
H; , "Roses. Do the best you can for $3."
iHL '! "
H j ., There was certainly a bunch of pretty
H; girls at a wedding of the week. Two.
Hj ' 1 however, were particularly "attractive,
i J perhaps because of the difTorcnco In
j l : type. One was tall and willowy, gowned
' i in a blue and old rose French frock that
Hi . ' suited hor stately beauty to perfection,
l The other was a petite miss In shell pink,
H ;, with a crown of fair curly hair.
Hi iji-v beddings and Engagements,
l l a ncautlful home wedding was sol-
H l (l ciunlzcd Wednesday evening at tho home
S 'y of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sawyer, when the
j ' ,jl marriage of their daughter. Susan Dorsey.
I y and Carl G rover Brown of San Francisco
t i ti took place. The ceremony was performed
j j ? 'ij by Hev. Charles K. Perkins of St. Paul's
J j; church, in the presence of tho relatives
. ' J , and the close friends of the young couple.
1 'hIlQ and green were tho colors chosen
i li for the decorations of the rooms, and In
, every appointment they were artistically
I h ! carried out The brido wore a beautiful
ji f 'Ji. orinccss wedding gown of white liberty
' ' K, satin, with a Bertha of Duchess lace, aud
f 'j carried an ivory prayer book. . Iler
Hj S ' ii bouquet was for the wrist and of Bride's
M ' v rosebuds. Miss Both Critchlow was the
j j. maid of honor, and wore a dainty gown
i J ;! nf white net over sea green taffeta and
5 carried a shower of white sweet peas.
II j.'.fi The groom was attended by A. B. Saw
I ' I ' 'er aE Dest man- Tne parlors were dec
f j, ; orated with a profusion of white asters,
! ' sweet peas and ferns, a chancel being
I1 j Jj formed In front of the bow window of the
! J flowers and fernE. An aisle of potted
ll I i plants extended from the entrance of the
H ! ij ' room to the window. The mantel" was
: j banked with the loose flowers and
jj ( i, H' sprays of plumosa. Silver candelabra
J J ' wore filled and shaded with green, tho
j fireplace being banked with the flowers.
.. ;' An orchestra stationed in the hall fur-
1(, nlshed the music for the evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Brown left on the late train for
j ,1 San Francisco, where they wilL make
their home after spending a couple of
weeks at Lake Taboe.
j H The Eocial event of the week will be
5 tlie marriage of Miss Leta McMillan and
H 'H Raymond Stanislaus Masson, which will
r ' ft take place at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
1 H. G. McMillan Wednesday evening, Dr.
k . I William Paden jot the Presbyterian
i(, j ; " 'hurch to officiate" The bridesmaids will
! Ji :'.'( be the bride's sisters and Miss Leila
! i : Trent. Little Dorothy Adams of Denver,
i 1 : niece of the bride, will be the ring bearer.
i 1 The marriage of Miss Myra Sowlcs and
. la Griffith K. Robert of Denver will take
jj, ., ;fl place Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
h - '"'! ;, o'clock at the home of the bride's par-
HU I ' cuts, Mr.-and Mrs. M. B. Sowles. Tho
p ' , I- bride will be attended by her sister. Miss
Hf ";,' Qlara Sowler.. as bridesmaid. Melvln
1 . 3owles to net as best man. Tho wed-
L l DH (ng. will be a quiet ono, witnessed by
H r J j ! only the immediate friends of the bride
H) ' - ' -lr and groom.
Mrs, A. B. Davis announces the engage-
"'ft rnent of her daughter, Estolle May, to
' ' 8 H. Clayton Herrlck of Ely, Nev. Tho
, M marriage will tako place n October,
' 'I Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Deighton an-
J i i nounce the engagement of their daughter,
' 1 1 ,'s Clara Loulca, to John Eugene Broaddus.
m Hair on Face,
H ! , ; Neck and Arms
H i , f Bcmored by tho Now Principle
' .MTaUtlon to modern eclence. ItUtheonlygolen.
l , t flc and practical way to dwtror hair. Don't wwta
! tlmo oxporimentlnu vlth electrolyl X-ray and do.
i t .' pllatorloi. Those aro offnred you on the BARE WORD
i i Ii ! of the opomtora aud manufacturer. Do Miracle Is
l '. r: not. It U tho only method which 1 Indomed by
1 ! , i ' physicians surgeon deruiatoIoKi, medical lour-
I ! ' nJ",s ar" Promtriont wacaiinea. Jlonklet Treo. In
1 'i ; : fl n ncftlcd cnvolope. Do Miracle mailed, sealed In
l If , ;j Pj"'" vroppor. for S1.00 by De Miracle Chemical Co..
l il . ,e "12 FurkAvo.owlorlc. Vourmoney back- without
I ? nnctlon (no reI tapo) If It fall to do nil that It
1 , clalmod forlt. For faio by all flnt-olau drugicLaU.
j , j f j ij l department (tores, and 05
n; . i I jJiiUjbaiJb & PEANKEN,
S E C6r' Maln and T,lir(i South Sts.
Tho wedding will take placo October 10.
Tho marriage of MI53 Lea Nlckclson of
Chlcngo and Foster J. Curtis of this city
took placo Wednesday evening at the
homo of the bride's parents.
Miss Flora Green of Mackay, Idaho, and
Josoph Maddock of this city worn married
in Salt Lako Thursday morning.
W M V
The marriage of Miss Pearl Attrldge to
Harry Clyde Crouch has Just been an
I nouncod, Tho young couple will make
their future home in Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Ward announce
tho engagement of their daughter, Hattlo,
to H. J. BInch, tho wedding to tako placo
early In October.
Affairs of the Wook.
A dolightful tea of tho week was that
given by Mrs. Percy 0. Perkins, Friday
afternoon. Tho Idoa carried out lu tho'
decorations wns Japanese, a largo basket
of sunflowers being In tho mlddlo of tho
table, and at tho four corners umbrellas
of rlco, Swhllo on the sideboard wcro
Jupanoeo vases flllod with punk. Tho
prize In the guessing game was awarded
to Mrs. Harry Goodwin. Thoso who as
sisted woro Mrs. William Clcland, Miss
Beatrice O'Connor, tho Missoa Vllate and
Lyle Currio and Miss Dorothy Frolseth.
Mrs. P. C. Thompson entertained at a
luncheon Tuesday aftoruoon at tho Coun
try club, in honor of Mrs. Frank Judgo,
who has boon spending tho summer at
"The Cobbles," tho Judge country' home.
The table was prettily decorated with
pink Japaneso lilies. Tho guests were
Mrs. Walter Filer, Mrs. Robert Gould
Smith, Mrs. William McCaskcll, Miss
Geddos, Miss Jenna Budd Geddcs, Miss
Loroen Loary, Miss Minotte Baer, Misses
Dora and Evolyn Daly, Mrs. Adolf Baer,
Mrs. G. Cannon, Mrs. Baker of Chicago,
Mrs. Blttlnger aud Miss Leila Stingley.
Miss Bcrnedotto Manlo'y of St. Louis
was guest of honor at a card party Fri
day ovcnlng given by Miss Elsie Hansen.
The parlors were prettily decorated with
pink and white sweet peas, the dining
room with red and whlto asters, and tho
hall with golden rod and golden glow.
Thoso who assisted during the evening
woro Mrs. John It. Hansen, Mrs. G. W.
Reed, Miss Helen Clawson, Miss Rebecca
Morris and llttlo Dorothy Jennings.
Mrs. George Jay Gibson entertained at
bridge FridaS' afternoon in honor of hor
guest, Miss Marie Dcrmltt of Pittsburg.
Sunflowers wcro used to docorato the
rooms. Seven tables were filled with tho
players and prizes were awarded to one
at ench. Miss Jenna Budd Geddos and
Miss Florouco Kimball assisted.
Harold Bransford Lamb was the host
at a dancing party given Wodnosday
evening in tho art gallery at the Amelia
Palace. About 100 young people were
present. Tho party was glvon In honor
of those who will leave tho early part of
the month to attend school in tho East.
The lawns and verandas were strung with
Japanese lanterns, brought from Japan
by Col. and Mrs. Holmes. The dining
room was dainty with pink Japaneso lilies
aud sweet peas, the centerpieces being
of cluny Iaco on the two long tablos.
Mrs. Jay Tarvln Harris chaperoned the
Miss Myra Sowles and Miss Leta McMil
lan were guests of honor at a luncheon
for twolve glvon by Mrs. Melvin II.
Sowles Friday afternoon. The table deco
rations were whlto asters and lorns.
Miss Ruby Lambourno was hostess of
a card party Friday afternoon, glvon in
honor ofMlss Rose Evans, who will leave
during the week for New York, where
sho will enter school for the winter.
Pink asters and sweet peas were UGed
In all the rooms except the hall, where
golden glow took its place. Those who
assisted the hostess were Miss Birdie
Arnold, Mrs., George W. Lambourne and
Mrs. H. C. Edwards. Four tables wore
filled with the players.
Mrs. Claude Freed entertained Infor
mally at a Kensington Friday afternoon,
in honor of Miss Helen Burton, whose
marriage to Claud S. Williams will tako
place next month.
Miss Catherine McCarrick entertained
informally at a Kensington on Friday
afternoon In honor of Miss Mamlo Hlnes.
The decorations were sunflowers and
golden glow. Those assisting were Miss
Minnie Wlngate and Miss Nellie McEvoy,
Will Mclntyre entertained large num
ber of friends at a dancing party Satur
day evening at the Mclntyre residence,
Seventh and B streets.
Miss Hilda Greesou entertained Tues
day for Miss Mamie Hines, a bride-to-be
of this month. The game played wa6
hearts, the guests making up four tables.
Tho rooms were bright with sunflowers,
and tho tally and score cards were pic
tures of Christy girls.
Mrs. A. S. Martin entertained at an in
formal luncheon Friday afternoon.
Mrs. O. E. Hartwell entertained twonty
slx friends Thursday afternoon at a par
cel shower for Miss Xenia Druce. The
rooms were prettily decorated with pink
and whlto asters and dahlias.
Miss Annis Kingsbury entertained on
Wednesday afternoon, In honor of Miss
Xenla Ducc. Twenty girl friends were
Misses Grace and Mildred Vincent of
Sandy entertained at a house party Fri
day for somo of their Salt Lake friends.
The invited guestB were Misses Kathorlne
and Ethel McDonald, Miss Amy AddomB,
Miss Irma Walker, Misses Bessie and
Miss Pearl Gray ontertalned Friday
afternoon In honor of her tenth birthday
Punch wns served in the north end of the
hall beneath a bower of evergreens and
Jasmine flowers, by Miss Louisa Wells
and Lola Gray. The prizes awarded for
tho games were to Miss Ircno Langton
and Master Judson Gray. Dainty refresh
ments woro served by Misses Catheflno
Rhoades, Nettle, Goorglo and Pansy
Gray. Thoso present woro Elizabeth and
Vlrglplci Bush, Irene nnd Inez Langton,
Edith Wells, Mamlo Moon, Florcnco Gro
sholl, Lola Gray, Miriam Wells, Louleo
Wells, Lucllo Gray, Pansy Gray, Cathe
rine Rhoades and Ncttio George; Masters
Dorby JudRon, Sterling Price and T. Ed.
MIos Rona Redman gave a very pretty
luncheon Friday afternoon. Tho rooms
woro decorated. In nweot peas and asters,
golden glow and sunflowers. Tho tallleB
woro cards In tho shape of bolls, with
pink flowers-upon thorn. Tho prizes wcro.
awarded to Miss Irene Young and Miss.
Tho ladlos of tho Congregational church
will entertain Wednesday ovcnlng in
honor of Rov. E. I. GoBhon, who has Just
returned from tho East, whore ho has
been Bpondlng tho summer. Evorybody
Is cordially Invited.
Miss Lillian James entertained delight
fully yesterday afternoon at cards In
honor of Mibs Mamlo Hlnos. Tho houso
was prottlly decorated with flowers,
sweot poao nnd goldon glow being com
bined. Mrs. La Fargoo entertains at cards
Thursday afternoon at tho Manllou in
lionor of Miss Julia Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Strock will enter
tain Tuesday evening In honor of R. O.
Hanson, who will shortly leave for Chl
cngo. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jncobson held a re
ception Friday evening in honor of tho
.fifteenth anniversary of their wedding.
The rooms wero prottlly. decorated with
astera and lilies. Mrs. J. A. Jacobson
and Mrs. W. A. Wutzell assisted In re
ceiving. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russel Schuldor untor
tajned at dlnnor at tho Century club In
(Continued on PftCo Eleven,)
A Skin of Boauty lg o Joy Forever.
DR. T, Felix Ooureud'a Oriental
Cream or Maglool Boautlflor,
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,rS! Sv greckkj, iloth Punei,
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p " 0 Xy. fr) Is properly made.
a 7J J Accept no count or-j
CT yfh fe of almllar
y4Ji-'W-', name. Dr, L. A.,
yjTl '.1 Sarre aald to a,
VtSVcC! AO. i 1 lady of tht btuU'
SS N-tv dr I ton (a patient):
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ss X. I recommend
'Gnnrand'n Ortjum' a the lwt b&nnful at JU tho
ikln proparailoni." For ale by all drueltU and Tancy
Oood.i Dealer In the United 8tMe, Canada and Euiopi..
FEDD.T.HDPKJIIS, Prop, 37 Great Jonea Slrost. HwYoi!
For snlo by F. C. Schrnmm, F. J. Hill
Drue Co., and Chaa. Vnn Dyko(
116 Main St.
gTV voting our opening, to be announced next
H &m I Sunday, you will not only see reflected the progress of
I tim I your city as a Fashion Centre but a magnificent display
1 f miiJlCry would be one of the best if made in
"1 Paris or New York.
j JJ The most convincing impression of advance styles
j is rarely accorded your home dealers. We zvould suggest, ihere-
5j fore, thai you refer Jo any leading American or French Journal m
of Fashion Compare their notes and plates with the "real thing1 n
as will be shown by us.
ji Our capacity for displaying goods is enlarged making it 1
j convenient for you to view hundreds of hats in a very few mo-
? ments. H
The goods are classified in our French Roam are models i
t from $15.00 up. W e will slww the new fur hats with fur sets to I
0 snatch, worth up to 150.00 each. g
1 The line of genuine FRENCH 'FELTS with the most deli- 1
& catc shades and trimmings, range in price 20.00 to 50.00 each, gj
I and. is greater than ever before. H
I THE BIG UP-TO-DATE 'MILLINERY STORE WITH 1
THE RICKETY OLD FASHIONED FRONT IS WORTH
5 LOOKING INTO. The deeper you delve the greater the gran-
deur. Beginning at the front you will find all the popular shapes 1
and- colorings in prest Silician felts (untrimmed) at. 1.50. I
All th favorites in PACON SILK VELVET HATS 1 . 50
to 2.50 each. Next are th-e patented, briglit finish, prest shapes
at $2.00 each; and then, the silk brush nap felts in novelty shapes 1
and colorings at 3.50 each. An assortment of several hundred H
I hats in the different shapes and colorings will be presented. B
, We want the masses as well as the classes to know this is the 1
I H ome of Handsome Headzvear. 1
I A Surprising 9
New Feature in Furs! 9
Through the Great North jtmerican Fur 1
Syndicate, il is now made possible for H
you to buy Furs of us at their real value. v 1
rA woman well knozon to tlte fur trade of this city has i charge
of the department. Sh-e is not only an expert furrier but reliable 1
and truthful. Her word in representing atvy article offered by us I
is worth exactly ioo cents on the dollar and your ioo cents is
ready any time yoxCfi-nd an article misrepresented by er. Furs
being a "skin game" look out" for skins you're liable to get
fleeced if you don't know the personal honesty as well as of the I
technical knowledge of your furrier. i
j Ostrich Plumes j
I Are exceptionally strong this season. We are supplied by the 1
I owner of the largest Ostrich farm in Florida. The largest import- B
j er from South Africa. While they cost more than ever before N
I this season we will make a feature of selling them at the old price, I
I BECAUSE we bought a year's supply ahead of the advance. ' I
1 Are in high favor Luck was with us again last spring when
S large ordens were booked for us in both France and America. The i
I goods are on our shelves and in reserve. for the best ribbon values 'I
I We run qualities and shadings far better than the "was" lead- I
I ing ribbon counters for we will go to the end of the earth to get I
1 something better than the ordinary. I
1 our prices are better in any oth-er store in America, tell us' I
Q so we can give you back any difference. 1
I Every Customer of this place will find this guarantee on the 1
back of their sales slip. WE MEAN IT. I
I your trade is solicited on one broad business proposition, vis: I
1 i te charged will never be more tJian in any otJver Millin-ery I
1 Establishment in the United States time and conditions bein'r 1
H the same. b
1 Any legitimate claim for overcharge will be paid in coin. 1
116 SOUTH MAIN s fT j
dazzling cut d3
HALF PRICE 'LEYSol
We will sell two hundred and fifty
the finest American Cut Glass beginning
j Sept. 10th, until Saturday, Sept 15th, at hi
! regular Price- 1
sacr.piced Merchandise that has a lasting andhbj
is rarely sacrificed by a merchant and thj
our patron s tunity we present to our patrons for secufl
I highest grade of Cut Glass produced in M
I actual valub at one half its actual value is unparalleled,!
I . A Sale at LeysoiVs means high claj
I sacrificed for some good and sufficient real
1 reason the reason this time is this: 1
3 We decided to buy SEVERAL j
COMPLETE LINES PLETE LINES of Wine, Champagne, J
highball, water, and other glasses togetll
I pitchers, jugs, decanters, water ' bottles, j
8 same de.icn candlesticks, etc9 of THE SAME Dl
I and discovered that our order to include!
I lines was very large and would necessit
I ' CLOSING OUT closing out of a vast quantity of cut 1
I make room for the new, and to be able t
1 ' it unalloyed with odd sets and pieces; !
2 1-2 PRICE SALE half price sale of Monday resulted. ,
I Some of the pieces offered at this:
I . . .
J "v PRICES mentioned below giving the Regular Pi
I .vV Sale prices One half these amounts;
I r " bowls Bowls from - - $6.00 to:
I ' clarets Water and Claret Pitchers $8.00 to;
I bottles Water Bottles from , $4.50 to;
i dTecantes Decanter and Whiskey Jugs - $13.00 to?
I champaigns Vinegar Cruets, Olive Jars; Mustard Pots, Eti
CRUETS C5 '
I . W,N" to $7-00. I
I SU0AB ASD 0MAMS Celery Dishes, Sugar and Cream Sets, Olivt
SHERBETS i 1
1 ROSE JARS Butter Dishes, Powder Vases, Rose Jarsj
I etc., $2.25 to $38.50. .
PUNCH BOWL3 1 Sweet Pea Jar $54.00. I Punch Bowl
I CE TUBS 1 e Tub and Plate $40.00. I Confi
a VASES Vase $77-00. 1 Five light Colonial Gal
I CANDELABRAS $mQ .
1 Several dozen Sherbet, Claret, Wine, and
a goblets j Qjasses anja few Tumblers nd J
The Sale will last one week and;
I o-pfTr greatest. Cut Glass opportunity ever
1 . Salt Lake public.
I . I
Phone 65 for ? LeyJ
Correct Time. ISBEltS anteeof flj