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B THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNIN G, SEPTEMBER 13, 1908. 11 jH
Kbriifc tci at her homo j
E r Jeffs and . Miss Mary
Krill entertain Monday v
i a china shower, in v
Kfr lTi'3 Gertrude Brooks,
KJfcnnmcd this week, v
Etf.yin NoWo mil en-
Vi ft luncheon at the .-
MmL club Wednesday, in -r
HfM& Eva Madsen of v
Mark's Aid society v
K its first meeting this v
Erednesday evening in y
v C A. roams.
E A, Peters will enter-
Huiivc hundred party
afternoon, in honor r
Bb. Houston and Miss v
ITTof Houston, Tex, Sho v
fctntcrtain on Thursday r
Ibr afternoons. j
Iforine Leary will enter- -!
it a bridge tea at her r
'fhrrsdav afternoon, in v
ifMrt. Raymond Masson r
i j O.Daly and Mrs. Wil-
Vfller McCrca wilj enter- r
it & bridpe tea Thursday
ml in honor of Miss -r
fcBliboel at tho Bintz -r
it. 230 South Sixth East v
I Fridav afternoon Mrs. 4
Dtlv ivil! cnterlain at a
i-ica'at tho same place. v-
2BlHku7 Catrow will en-' -r
K: st a luncheon at her
H ltd Mrs. B. F. Holmes 4-
JJKiUitain nt a dancing party
!Ktiia pala" Friday evening, v
Erof Miss Laura Brans-
JKJidTIaroIfl Lamb. !
W. P- Kificr will enter-
KJjtridpe tea at her homo 4
Ki titemoon, in honor of 4
llHSiEtl C. Adams of Den- 4-
2Kjjjn' Itaymond Masson 4
nfctfai and Sanccr club will t 4
Sttnrday afternoon with 4
IHir tr lH Trho are interested
TfKB'Daitia2 system of music 4-
Jfckrilfd to bo" at G6 D street 4-
ifcjar iftcmoon, from 3 to 5 4
'mSu rten Mrs. W. R. Pear- 4-
-' Bd Misa Henrietta Green 4-
pte demonstrations. r
'wpi Mrs; L. M. Rutt announco
I ''Hunt of their daughter, Lin-
B' !o Victor E- LolHn- Tho
JHnU Uie place tho latter part
Jflkl eoaplo from the Northwest
a dBf hero Saturday at 1
& tho study of Rev. P. A.
Jfhen William C. Sprinkel. a
BMP? of Washington, and Miss
hiors of Oregon were
i0lm.ip ?r" an Irs Sprin
yi -IK "nshingtoa and will return
Wewdato mako their home.
Mr. ana Mrs. 0. 0. Han
iHK ee.De of u P"ttv wedding
E "turday afternoon, when
T ' Mildred J. Haaseu, bc-
mmt of Percy SI, Cropper.
,Sjtnplcm ofliciatcd, in tho
K about twenty relatives and
K.Vu-d, iIrs- Cropper left
K Pacific Northwest. Tliov
Ki!?0 to ilteir f"Q"d5 after
Octsber 1 at tho TVilfioy flats. JMr.
Cropper has been in tho newspaper
business here for tho past six years,
and is a popular young man. "Miss
Hansen also has a wide circle of
Miss Lulu B. Ford, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Ford, and W. C. Evans
surprised thoir friends by being mar
ried in Coalville, August !lS. They aro
now at home to their friends at S46
South Third East.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brooks an
nounco the marriage of their daughter,
Gertrude, to Alma Bangerlcr. The wed
ding will be "Wednesday in tho temple.
Later the young couple will make their
homo in Bountiful.
Mrs. Winifred Sprague Waikor and .
Herman Alfred Prosser will bo married
at "Idlewild," the "Walker country
home, Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Rev. E. I. Goshen will officiate in the
presence of the families and a few
close friends. A wedding breakfast
will follow. At noon the bridal couplo
will leave for New York.
Affairs of tho "Week.
Miss Roneo Redman entertained a
number of her friends at a prettily ap
pointed luncheon at tho Commercial
club Saturday in honor of Mrs. Joseph
Siater of Now York. Tho table was
effectively decorated in crimson asters,
with a low mound of them in tho contcr
of tho table, with silver candelabra,
with red candles and shades at either
end, with the lights Bhaded in red. Tho
plnce cards were hand-painted with
Christy girls and autumn leaves.
Mrs. M. A. Stingley entertained thir
ty at a tea, from 3 to 5. at her apart
ments in tho Bransford Saturday after
noon. The rooms were prettily deco
rated in rod dahlias and asters. Mrs.
Stiugloy was assisted by her grand
daughter. Mrs. J. J. Campbell and
Miss Mar3' Moore poured tea at a pret
tily decorated table. Punch was served
by Miss Gertrude Moore.
Miss Hilda Grecson entertained five
tables at a 500 party at her home Sat
urday afternoon, in honor of Miss Edna
Jennings, who will leavo September 20
to enter Welleslcy college. The rooms
wore prettily decorated in pink and
white asters. Prizes were won bv tho
guest of honor and by Miss Helen
Miss Elsie Ridge of California, who
is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Ray
Walker, was guest of honor at a bridg'o
tea Saturda' afternoon, given by Mrs.
Sam Porter at her home, which was
beautifully decorated in nasturtiums.
Mrs. Porter was assisted bv Mrs. Fred
Bern and Mrs. liny "Walker. Prizes
wcro won at each table by Mrs. "W. D.
Douoher, Miss Lorinc Leary, Miss Es
telle Clinton and by the guest of honor.
Miss nclen Boxnul entertained
twelve tables at a bridge tea, at her
homo, Saturday afternoon. The rooms
were decorated in a profusion of sun
flowers and goldcuglow, and the dining
room in red dahlias, with a low mound
of them in the center of the table,
whore Mrs. "W. C. Druehl poured tea,
assisted by Mrs. J. II. Delano, Miss
Grace Bottles and Miss Elinor Stewart.
Prizes wero won by Mrs. "W. IT, nunt,
Mrs. Harry Kuowle's, Mrs. M. J. Brines,
Mrs. Morris Forbes, Mrs. Herman
Johnson, Miss Daisy SavagCj Miss
Grace Bottles, Miss Carrie Sappington,
Miss Vera Shaver, Miss Helen Evans
and Miss Butler of St. Louis.
Miss Georgia B. Hartley entertained
at a prettily appointed luncheon, at
her home, Friday, in honor of Miss
Lenhart of Trinidad, Colo. The guests
were closo friends of the guest of
At Iho opening of the flower carnival
Thursday evening, in the Salt Lako
Theater, the stall and boxes will be
occupied bv Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cutler,
ie Charlton Shop
'Advance Showing of Women's jSTcw Pall
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CHILDREN OF SALT LAKE'S I
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. - BRANSFORD HARRIS,
The littlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Harris.
Senator and Mrs. Reed Smoot, Senator
and Mrs. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Gcogeghan, Albert Home, C. W.
Nibley, Col. and Mrs. E. F. Holmes
and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McGurrin. At
the Saturday matinee the stalls will bo
occupied by Miss Sybclla White Chi
ton and party, and Miss Rhea Nibley
The Misses Inez Bult and Dott Mc
Millan entertained at cards, Thursday
evening, in honor of Miss Gertrude
Brooks, who will be married this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Gates will en
tertain sixteen at a dinner at the Alta
club tliis cvoning. The decorations will
be in pipk and white asters, with pink
shaded candles, and lights, and4 bows
of pink tulle from the chandelier to
tho four corners of the tabic.
' Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rogers enter
tained a number of friends at their
home, Monday evening, when the time
was spent. with music and games. Tho ;
rooms were prettib' decorated in asters
and goldenglow. The affair was in
honor of their tenth wedding anniver
sary. Mrs. R. E. Rogers entertained
fourteen Tuesday afternoon at a chil
dren's part3- in honor of tho birthday
of her son, LcRo3
Mrs. Frank ICnox entertained Sat
urday in honor of Miss Maude Eliza
beth Richards of Los Angeles. The
partv went to Ogdcn, then bv auto to
the Hermitage for dinner. Miss Rich
ards will remain here another week,
the guest of the Misses Phillips.
Mrs. W. P. Lvnn entertained ten at
a prettily appointed naval dinner at
her home, Thursday evening, in honor
ff two bridal' couples and for her son
Scott, who is here visiting from An
napolis. Tho guests of honor wore Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Ford and Lieutenant
and Mrs. Alva Lec, Lieut. Leo being a
graduate of Annapolis, but was trans
ferred to the anuv, and is stationed at
Fort Douglas. Those to inept tho
guests of honor wero Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Lec, Margaret Harris and Eugene
Palmer. Tho decorations wcro in the
naval colors, blue and gold. In the
center of tho table, on a mirror, was
a boat tilled with marigolds, and from
the chandelier to tho four corners of
the tablo wore blue and gold ribbons.
Miss Nan Clawson was hostess at a
very pleasant affair Tuesdaj' evening
at her home on Stato street. The dec
orations were in gold and green, tho
rolors of tho Governor's club, in whose
honor th affair was given. Those pres
out were Miss Grace Woolcy, Miss Ro
han Snenccr, Miss Margaret. Whitney,
Miss Burdctte Clawson, Miss Ilolona
Meade, Miss Blanche Squires, Miss
Emma Morris, tho Messrs. Leslie
Squires, Oscar Jensen, Dennis 'Murphy,
Lou McCurdy. Bill Tmpov. Cliff Foster,
Frank Fowler and TSvcrett Foster. Miss
Clawson left Thursday to enter her
senior year at IToraco Mann school in
Friends of Mrs. Josephine Collins
pleasantly surprised her at her homo,
7 Brunswick avenue. Saturday evening.
The evening was spent in playing
games, prizes being won by Miss Pin
kortou and Miss Cot tarn. Refresh
ments also were served.
Miss Clara and Emma Beck enter
tained twelve "at a linen shower Tues
daj' evening, in honor of Mrs. Thco
dosia Cartwright, ono of tho Septem
The Misses Harriet and Man'orio Sev
erance, who have suent several weeks
here tho guests of Mrs. 0. J. Salisbury,
left Saturda evening, for their home
in Los Angeles.
Miss Ruth Tracy will be here Tucs
dav to spend a few davs with Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Tracy. Miss Tracy is on
her way to Oberlin collego from her
homo in Seattle.
Mrs, Jack Keith will return this ovon
ing from spending two days in Evan
ston, Wyo. h to
Mm. E. K. Pitt, Miss Ella Pitt and
Miss Constance Pmcro havo returned
from thoir summer homo in Littlo Cot
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Walker sailed
from Liverpool Saturday and will arrive
in New York Sept. 17 and como directly
here. . ,
Mrs. Gcorgo Wood and Mis3 Ella Dyer
loft last vcek for Nek York, whero Mrs.
Wood will spend several weeks. Miss
Ella Dyer will continuo her work at
tho Boston conservatory. Miss Wini
fred Dyer will leave this week to enter
her iunion j'ear at Smith c'ollego.
Mrs. Chcesman has returned from
spending tho summer at her country
Miss Ailecn Maclean is spending this
week at Fort Dupont, Delaware, tho
guest of Lieutenant and Mrs. Robert N.
Mrs. Graham F. Putnam and her eon
John and Miss Alice Martin sailed from
Montreal Saturday on tho Southwork.
They expect to land at Liverpool Sept.
Mrs. Mary A. Bean lef t Thursday for
her homo in Chicago after spending tho
past seven months hero with her sister,
Mrs. L. D. Pcaslce.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Maeghcr aro
tho guests of Mrs. Maeghcr 's mother,
Mrs. A. McDonald.
Miss Helen Carter will lea'e this
week for Notro Dame university, whore
sho will resume her studies.
Mrs. G. B. Wilson has returned from
California where she spent the past four
Miss Mary Stark, who has spent some
time in California, will arrive the middlo
of the week, coming direct from San
Miss Flanders and Miss Osterberg re
turned Saturday from spending tho sum
mer abroad. Miss Pearl Rothchild, who
traveled with them, will return tho mid
dle of the week. She spent, a few days
in St. Paul with her grandmother.
Mrs. John Zane, who has spent somo
time at Narragausett Pier, is now in
Chicago and will return hero soon,
Mr. and Mrs. John Cromo Nevin will
spend the next two months traveling
Mrs. Joseph L. Rawlins and tho
M issos Rawlins have m spont several
weeks in Lnckstrine in the northern
part of Scotland. Now they are visit
ing Mrs. Rawlins' relatives in Wales.
Miss Etna Mayo, with her graud-
mothor, Mrs. W. II. Mayo, will bo homo
Tuesday from Bozeman, Mont.
Charles Tuttlo left Saturday for Reno,
Nov., whero he will enter the Stato uni
vcrsity for a 3'car.
Mrs. Arthur Shepherd aud two chil
dren and Miss Beth Dunbar, accompa
nied b3- Miss Virginia Beatt3 will leavo
Tuesday for Boston, where Mrs. Shep
herd will join her husband and mako
their home. Miss Dunbar will spend
tho winter in Boston stiubying music
and Miss Bcalty will resumo her
studies at Dana Hall.
Miss Florcnco Allen, who has spont
tho summer here with hor paronts, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Allen, left Saturday for
Cloveland, where sho is musical critic
on one of tho lending papers.
Dr. and Mrs. D. Moore Liudsley. who
havo spent tho summer abroad, will sail
for home September 23, arriving here
earby in October.
Judge Thomas Marioncaux left Sat
urday for a ten dass' trip to Denver.
Mrs, Bcnner X. Smith and her daugh
ter, Miss Margaret McClure, have re
turned fron three weeks spent in
southern California. September 25 they
will leavo for New York, where they
will jom Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs.
James A. Miiier. Miss MeCluro will en
ter Miss Spenco's school in New York.
Mrs. Sol Siegel, who has spent the
summer at her homo in Baltimore, will
returned about October 1.
Bruco Wedgowood left last week to '
enter Culver Militarv school at Culver,
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Chambers and
Miss llattie Haplos havo returned from
spending tho summer at Long Beach.
Thc3f are at homo at 1131 F street.
Miss Carrio Sappington has returned
from Dillon, Mont., where she spent tho
Miss Ruth Becslcy has returned from
an extended visit in Colorado. Sho was
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gontcr
and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Burt in Den
ver, and Mr. and Mrs. S. H Whito in
Mrs, Joseph Slater and her nieco, Miss
Winifred Irish, will leavo Wednesday
for New York, where Miss Irish will
continuo her art studies.
Miss Winifred Brico and Miss Marian
Oberndorfer -will leavo todaj for
Omaha, whoro thoy will be joined 1)3'
Mrs. H. Vanco Jjano and Miss Lillian
Lano. Later thc3" will go to Knoxvillo,
111., whero tho 3-oung ladies will enter
St. Marv'tJ school. They will join Miss
Merco LowiB thcro.
Miss Elizabeth Craig has roturncd
from spending the summer in Wyoming
and Colorado. Sho ib at homo at 212
East Third South.
Miss Zetta Rands has returned from a
two months' visit in Portland and Long
Beach, where sho was the guest of her
sister, Mrs. A. Whitcman,
Miss Pressor of Ohio, tho new secre
tary of tho Y. W. C. A., will be here
Thnrsda3, September 17, to tako up her
Mrs. Virginia Snow Stephen, art su;
fervisor iii the normal department of
lie "University of Utah, returned to the
city Saturda3 from a si." weeks' vaca
tion trip to California. Mrs. Stephens
spent tho greater part of her vacation
at Glenwood, a mountain resort near
Santa Cruz. Later she visited the Uni
versity of California.
Miss Dorothy Weber and Miss Tillic
Heselburg of Prico left last week for
their sophomore year at Smith college.
Mrs. F. D. Allen of Denver has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. F. Kirk,
for tho past month. Mrs. Wayno W.
Rose of Winnemucca, Nov., also has
been tho guest of Mrs. Kirk for sovcral
Mrs. A. J. Scott will leave Monday
for Butte, Mont., to mako her home.
The rooms wero prettily decorated
in sunflowers and filled with members
and friends Friday afternoon, at the
first meeting this autumn of the Ladies
Literary club. An interesting pro
gramme was given, followed by re
freshments served by the entertainment
committee. The programme was opened
by two piano solos given by Mrs. J. Ai.
Davis, "Love Waltz." by Schutt, and
"La Scintilla," by Rivi King. Vocal,
solos wcro given by Alfred Hough .on,
accompanied by C. 0. Blakcslec, "His
Lullaby," by Carrie Jacob Bond, and
"Marching Along," by White, with an
encore, "Three Little Chestnuts." Mrs.
J. C. R03-IC, who was unable to be pres
ent, sent greetings to the club. Mrs. A.
T. Sanford, the new president, gave a
most delightful address, which was
much enjoyed by all. Mrs. Sanford
said in part:
"Tliirtv-one times has a president
stood before this organization and made
an opening address. Can it bo expected
that the thirty-second will offer any
thing new or inspiring? If it wero the
first, second, yea, even tho tenth time,
somo new ideas and new suggestions
might be offered. Every incoming
president is eager that somcthiug really
vital and of permanent good may be
carried out during her administration.
Sho is anxious that each and every
member shall take an active interest in
the club, join the enthusiasts and keep
step with 'the procession.
"It is not my purpose to urge tho
club to tako up new reforms or to pur
suo with greater zest the work of ac
complishing those already begun. This
club stands and has stood for every
thing that will help the individual and
the communitj' to reach a higher stand
ard. It has aided all things that tend
toward reaching an onward and an
upward goal, ft has. so far as it has
been able, contributed toward tho sup
port of those organizations whoso pur
pose it is to mako good citizens and
happ3- lfomcs. Let us coutinue tho good
work and let us unitedly and earnestly
do all things that will be uplifting
to ourselves and to the communUy. Tho
individual stands alone and is unable
to accomplish the great things which
ho knows to be of value to tho world,
but by uniting with others of similar
hopes and aspirations, ho is able to
cnrr3' out by thoir combined efforts a
plan which makes the betterment of ex
isting conditions. Tho individual wom
an feels helpless in the face of neglect
and disorder and depraved conditions
of life. She feels that her influence
is limited and can scarcely be expected
to havo an influence on the communit3'
at large, but if she is able to combine
with others of her kind, the combined
influence of the women of the communi
t3' can completed revolutionize and
make new the communitj' Hfo. A unit
ing of strength, a federation, is tho
kej'uote of all success in life. Tho
United States government is but an ex
emplification of tho federation. Kvery
church and every school are examples
of federation, and tho strongest are
those that arc best united in thought
"Our highest ambition should bo to
be a federation in action and in
thought. Let us holp if wo can on a
larger scale those organizations whose
aim it is to mako littlo lives brighter
and struggling .young woman
hood's path a littlo less rough. Let us
concentrate our energies 011 the few
rather than tr3' to help all who appeal
"In numbers there is strength, pro
vided vou got the right kind of num
bers. Tho sum of $10,000 has been con
tributed by ono club alono hi a West
ern city for beautifying its schools.
Tho ability to do this represents tho
cnorgj' and enthusiasm of S00 or 1000
women, a small commuuit3' in itself.
Think what the interest of this club
centered on ono object can accomplish.
Think what-this club has done and
what with its growing membership it
"We get out of a club just what
we put into it. Tho workers realize'
tli 0 greatest benefits, and aro tbo ones
most interested in tho club's pro
gramme. If thcro had been nothing to
the olub except the section work those
who have taken an interest in tho sec
tions will bear me up in tho statement,
that thc3 havo felt a thousand time's
repaid. "A worker in a email section,
after returning from a foreign land
which sho had journeyed through last
3'ear. stated repeatedly that never had
sho known what tho club meant to her
until sho realized that sho was quite
familiar with tho countiy fiho visited,
its people, their habits Tand customs,
through tho study and work eho had
dono in this little section. Tho benefit
doesn't comofrom any particular soc
tioit. What is true of -ono is true of
all. Bj 6tud3ing, bj' varj'ing our oc
cupations, we pet out of o'ursolvcs. aro
better companions and hotter home
The Seekers' Literary club has issued
attractive 3'car books in pink aud
grccu, the club colors, with its motto:
"Defer not till tomorrow to be wise;
tomorrow's sun to thee may never
rise." Officers for tho year arc as fol
lows: President. "Mrs. B. B. Owens;
vice-president, Mrs. Charles Soaton;
secretary, Mrs. E. C. McCullow; treas
urer; Mrs. William Edwards; critic,
Mrs. II. W. Smith; parliamentarian,
Mrs. R. H. Thomson: programmo com
mittee, first four officer's. Tho first
meeting of the vcar will be Tuesday.
October G. with Mrs.. U. W. Smith, '112
South Sixth East. Tho meetings will
bo cverj other Tucsdajv
The first meeting this season of the
Daughters of . tho American Revolution
Spirit of Liberty Chanter, met Thurs-
daj' afternoon at the homo of Mrs. F.
S. Bascoui with Mrs. C. S. Kinnej' as
chairman. Mrs. Thomas Weir gave a
very interesting talk on her European
trip; Miss Helen Harlloy gavo a violin
sold, her piece being ono of the poems
in Mrs. Weir's book of poems. "Kin
nikinic." called the "Lullaby," which
has been set to music by Prof. Skellon.
Miss Florence Allen read several "poems
from her book of poems, "Patria,"
which has recently been published. Mrs.
Edith M Richardson, who has spent a
3'car or so in Paris, gave a piano solo,
one of her own composition. Mrs. La
Motto read two letters of greeting from
former members who now live in Cali
fornia, Mrs. Allen and -Mrs. Tinker.
Later refreshments followed. About
twentj'-seven were present. Tho next
meeting will beOctobor S.
A special meeting of the Ba3' View
club will bo held Mondaj- afternoon,
September 14, at 2 p. m., with tho
president, Mrs. n. H. Frame, at 122
Mrs. W. H. Branch entertained the
You and I Crystal club. Thursdaj even
ing, for tho first time this season. The
decorations were in asters.
Mrs. T. G. Hampton will entertain
the .Tolly Twelve club nt her home, Fri
The first meeting of the tourist sec
tion of tho Ladies' Literacy club will
be Tuesdaj'. September 15, at the club
house, at 10 a. m.
Tho first meeting of the art section
of tho Ladies' Literary club will bo
held Thursdaj morning, September 17.
at 10:15 a. in. The meaning of the
Renaissance will be discussed b3' the
Tho next mooting of tho Ladies' Lit
erary club will bo Fridaj', September
25, at 2 o'clock.
Tho Ladies Aid sociotj- of the First
Congregational church will " hold its
first meeting of the j'ear Tuesdaj'. Sep
tember 15, from 11 to 3, in" the church
MISS GRATIA FLANDERS
Begs to announco that sho has just
rotiirned from Europe, and will register
pupils for the coming season in her
studio 1045 E. So. Temple St. Wednes
day, Sept. IGth from four to five p. m.
Pupils desiring hours should apply
promptly at this time. Regular lessons
I begin Thursda3
Mrs. Martha Roylc King
Will open a new studio in tho Consti
tution block. September 15. Pupils
recristercd dailv -at 1SS K street from
September 1. Bell phone G03.
Free Music Lessons.
Madamo Brodbcck gives one month
free vocal and piano lessons to prospec
tive pupils. She is acknowledged by
the European and American press an
artist of finished cultivation. Sludio.
909 Rice street, Ninth South, between
State and Second East.
535 South Main Street.
Mrs. .Anuio Adams Kiskaddcn.
Odeon acadeni3 Adult class for be
ginners commences Mond.av, Sept. 14,
at S p. m. Ind. 'phone 4300.
Miss Nora Gleason
will register pupils daily from S a. m.
to 12. and from 1" p. m. to S. Studio,
227 Constitution bldnr. Bell 'phones,
studio 4S07. Res. 4942-R.
Mrs. Agnes Dahlqulst Bcckstrand
Announces tho removal of her piano
studio to 1G3 B St. Phone 1044-NX.
Madame Swcnson will be at her new
sludio over Boeslo3''s music store at 4G
Main street oveo day of the week, ex-'
cept Mondaj', to receive pupils in the
Wanted 500 ladies nnd gentlemen of
good character to danco at tho Audi
torium, Richards St. Social dances, S
to 12. Admission free. Dauces 5c per
couple. Uaucrbach 's enlarged orches
tra, 10 pieces.
Miss Dcmieo Carlson will register pi
ano pupils beginuing Monda3' Sept. 14 at
550 So. 10 East. Ind. 2311. .
WINSTON CHURCniLL WEDS - ''H
DAUGHTER OF NOBLEMAN
LONDON. September 12. -Winston ,
Spencer Churchill, president of tho board WM
or trade, was married in this city this ll
afternoon to Clementine, daughter of H
tho Into Sir Henry Montaguo Hosier. H
who for 32 3-cars 'was secretary for jH
Lloyds. The ceremony occurred at St. jH
Margaret's church. 1
Tho congrogation attending the core- H
mony includod tho leadors of both polit- H
ical parties and persons prominent in H
society to tho number of about S00,
whilo crowds of the curious gathered
in tho church and in front of tho homo H
of tho brido. IH
St. Margaret's was decorated with
palms and a profusion of whito flowers. H
The bishop of St. Aspath conducted tho '1
cercmonj', and Bishop Weldon, who was ll
Mr. Churchill's head master at Harrow, IH
afterwards dclivorcd an address to the IH
newly married couplo. H
Tho bridesmaids wero Nellie Hosier, fl
a sister of the brido. her cousins, Made- tH
laine Whito and the Hon. Valcnti.i Stan-
ley, Horatia Seymour and Clairo Free- H
Later in tho afternoon iho couplo ,H
took a train for Blenheim. After tho jWM
visit there they will go to Berlin until MWM
the opening of parliament. 'jH
The list of wedding gifts published
in tho newspapers has given riao to H
much amusement. It includes 22 sil- lH
vcr ink stands, 26 pairs of candlo sticks. JH
a dozen cirgarctto cases, several canes lH
and clocks and workbaskets enough for lH
several familios. A 'wedding cako Hvo TH
foot high was cut at the reception.
Wedding in Army Circles
VALUEJO, Cal.. September 12.- JmWu
Miss Matilda Chester of Washington, ll
D. C, and Lieutenant Paul AJlyn Cap- jH
rou, of tho United States marine corps,
were married today in St. Peter's
chapel. Mare. Island, Chaplain A. A.
McAllister officiating. Miss Chester, a
sister of tho bride, and Lieutenant W. T.
Waller, U. S. M. C. 'wero the only at
tendants. The wedding was witnessed
by the officers stationed at tho navy IH
3ard and their wives. H
Miss Irmn B. Watson will open her
studio at 131 So. 2nd East on Monday, !H
Sept. 14. Pupils may register for piano H
and .harmonj instruction daily from 1
5 p. in. jH
Mrs. Wm. A. Wotzell, teacher of vocal Ifl
art will open her studio Monday, Sept. 'll
14th, to rcgistor pupils.
Miss Matie Hall, piano studio, at il
Gordon academy and at 78 East First jl
North street. Registration of pupils jl
begins Tuesday, September 8. Bell il
phono 2309-X; Ind. phono 1198. IMMm
Miss Esther Allen, violiniste, will bo- jH
gin her fall work Sept. 9, at Gordon acad-
emy. Pupils wishing dcsirablo hours H
should apply early. Bell Tel. 4392.
Miss Mary Olive Gray solicits a do- ll
6irable piano forte studio in a block, so Tl
as to resume teaching at an early date. '
Address 68 P St., or telephone 453S-1V i flH
Mrs. Richie, Nee Maclcod has opened jll
dressmaking parlors in tho Mercantile Ml
Annex room 131. qjl
. FREE MELONS
At Brigham, September 16th. Excur- '
sion via O. S. L. Round trip $1.25. ,
Special trains at 8:15 and 8:45 a. m., re- '1
turning, leavo Brigham 8:00 and 10:30 . ' M
y- m. . . mm
Something doing Wednesday, Septera-.
ber 16, 190S, at Kennedy's Hall, G8- jH
Grand Ball given by tho Garfield' nH
Smelters Employees. Prize waits. ' H
! MILLINERY 1 I
"As You Like It" fmm
! If you would liko an expert do- 3 fl
i signer to tako a personal inter- J jl
est in your wants, givo us a ijl
trinl order. Beautiful models 1 1
fresh from the world's fashion ,3
centers on exhibition. t imUt
Every Wednesday is salo day. : Wm
j If you attend this sale you will 9
' saj as our many satisfied cus- u j
tomers havo, "How can you do I
it?" Wo don't pay $500 per
month rent. Correct styles, ex- 1 '
j pert workmanship, eastern prices. I W
: 24 BRIGHAM ST. mm
245 South Main St. JH
M0V3WG PICTURES I
SPECIAL Week Beginning Sept. 12.
The laraSiion Race . ' jl
Start to Finish. .
Dlficrent from, any picture ever
Hhown in this city. Sec Hayes, !jH
tho American winner, tho 'morning : jH
after tho greatest twcnty-slx-mllc I W.
raco ever known. Afternoons, 2:30; "
evenings. 7:30. 10 cents. .
Begs to announce first showing fl
of Autumn and Winter hats and j H
novelties week commencing 'M
I September twentieth. , I .jH
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