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I ' ft .THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 17, 1909. fi
I SOCIAL HAPPENINGS THROUGHOUT THE STATE I
I 1 OGDEN
Specfnl to Tlic Tribune.
J dd'DFiN", Ot-l. 36. -Mr. nnrl Mrs. Cns-
' f-.lo JI. -Murphy have, boon tho inspiration
for n. number of plcnsnntly nrnuiRoil
social functions this week. On Sundnj
Mr. and Mrs. James CnlvorL ontortaincd
at dinner in (lieir lionor, coVors being
laid for f.wnlvo guests, nmoiifr tlicm bo-
Jur Dr. and Mrs, Calvert of Evnnston.
On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Sam
ucl "Fowler also unferlnined at dinner
1 for' them, and twenty-five guests wore
present. Other cnjoynblo events were
t.liu dinner pnrlica Riven by Mr. and
1 !Mr?. A. K. Jackson on Tuesday cveninjr,
' Misses Kftn and Bid a PinRieo on Wod-
no&day. Mr. and Mrs. D. Vance on In
i day evening and Mrs. K. M. Murphy on
Saturday, and t lie reception by the nieni
bors of i ho Second ward on Tuesday
oveniiiR. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy loft. Inst
1 jn'Rht tor Honolulu, where linn will en-
Rf'RC in missionary work.
' Miss Lorcnc Fnrlov is homo from a
two weeks' stav with relatives nud
friends in Salt Lake City.
Miss Beatrice "Dcrmody ontortaincd
the members of her card club on "Wed
Mr." and Mrs. TT. E. Wntkins of Salt
"Lake- City visited friends in ORdcn this
Miss Carrie TJodgcrs was hostess at
an ini'ovmnlly arranged iunchoon on
Tuodav attefnoon, piven in compliment
to herue?f, Miss Adelaide PowcM of
Sania Jfe, X. M.
Mr and Mrs. Waller. N. Varr cuter
i Gained the- members of tho North Ycb r
Stake fcjmluy school board on Weduus-
day evouinji'at their homo.
; Mrs. Warren Corcv has i jturncd from
j a visit: with relatives at Blaokuoi, Ja.
Mts. Thomas Chester and Mrs. Ts. .1.
j I il"'ctor?on of Coalville are nsivmsr friends
' iu Or1cii for a fow days.
Miss raulino Rush entertained about
twenty of her little friends on M0"'
afternoon in honor of her eighth birtli
Tho Ladies' Aid society of the Mctho
dist church was entertained at the homo
of Mrs. Frank Peterson on Thursday
Mis Myrtle Jamison entertained
about; a dof.cn of her yomiR friends on
Tucsdav evening, at; five hundred. Prizes
were won oy Miss Jessie Hill and Earl
Underwood. The dosoratii ns wcr-j enr
rie:l nut in red. Rold an I brown. U'c
doors and windows were arched with
autumn leaven and quantifies of dahlias
and asters adorned the mantel and ta-
Mrs. William Duim and Miss Net tie
M. "Dunn visited friends in q-rdcu this
. -n-oek on their way from Seattle to their
home in Kansas City.
One of the most successful school
fiinctions yet rivou was the reception
and dance Riven by the pupils " n!,c
l! liiRh scliool in I he new building.. "J ne
HI occasion marked the formal opening or
the school, and was attended by a large
l nuniher of students and friends.
Hi iss Helon Isakson entertained the
members of her sewing club on V cdnes
Mrs N". 0. Smith of Fnrmington is
visiting relatives in Ogdcn for a few
Miss Fleicnce Carey entertained about
, sixteen cf her girl friends on Monday
evening. Tn a guessing gnmc prizes
wero won by Misses Ruby Brown and
1 Xorma Bennett. The decorations were
bcautifullv carried out in white and
pink, carnations and asters being used.
Mis Trma Jackson will leave next
week for a fow weeks' visit with rela
lives iu Los Angeles.
The marriage of Miss May TOuifrcd
Hume, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. T.
iumc; to Clem C. Carhart of Hv e..
took place on Tuesday evening at The
homo of the bride s parents on Twenty-
fifth sued. Mr. and :rrs. Carhart are
well known among scores of friends,
both in Ogdcn and My. W"J,.l"n in
i wishing thorn all happiness. Inc will
H, make their homo in Ely.
H I KAYSV8LLE :
H' Special to The Tribune.
KAYSV1LLE. Oct, 1(3. Mr. and
i Mrs, Thomas H- Phillips have an-
nounced the engagement, of their
m, daughter. Miss Cora, and Leo Rouche.
J r.he marriage to take place in the near
H ' Mr and Mrs. John C. Owen have
announced the engagement of their
l eldest daughter, Miss Myrtle, and itu-
dolph Dibble, tho marriage to take
place next Wednesday in Salt Lake
l City. , r
m . Thc 0niccrs of tho Y- L. and "i. M.
1 ,, 3. A. of Kavsvillc ward entertained
1 the members of the societies and inany
of their friends at a grand ball ui
thc new niiora-housc, Tuesday evening.
1 t large crowd was present and the af-
1 fair was a success.
The emdoves of the Lay ton Canning
company will give a dnuce in the Far
iner?' tlnion hall in Layton on batur
H Mrs. Julia Brixton of Salt Lake
H Citv, one of the members of the gen-
oral board of thc Y. L. M. I. A.,.doliv-
ered'a very interesting lecture in the
H Tvavsvillo meeting house on Sunday
H evening. A- very largo audience was
H 5 The Dc?orct Sunday-schqol Union
H meeting of tho Davis stake will beheld
B at Fnrmington iu the meeting house on
Sunday aCtcrnoon at S o'clock.
H On Saturday evening a very picas-
1 ant surprise and reception party was
1 tendered Elder Otto Alfred Johnson
H by tho Woods Cross Sunday-school, at
H ' tho residence of his parents, Mr. and
H Mih. Victor Johnson.
I irp. Jane Shelton celcbinted her
H !' cighiy-lifth birthday in her homo in
H ii KaysA-illc, Wedmsday.
H Paul ?. Thomasscn. who has been
H working for the Oregon Short Jmo
H Bailroad company as night operator
Hj 1 at Fnrmington for some time past, has
H been transferred. to Oxford, Ida., where
H ho is now engaged.
H'k Mips Mamie Barnes spent Wednes-
Hli day iu Salt LaUc City as the guest
Hl j of her sister, Mrs. Lawrence C. Blood,
H ,4 C) iiTord D. Strong and Arnold M.
L Barnes spent Sunday in Fnrmington
Hi' Miis Annie Fisher of Layton spent
1' ' Wednesday in Knvsvillp, the guest of
H I her friend, Miss Irene Swan.
1.! Lester Glnason accepted a jiosition
M in Salt Lake City last week at the
H - Mrs. Arthur V. Bnrncs of Salt Lake
H I'ify spent Wednesday iu Knysvillc,
H the' guenl. of her many relatives.
H "Mr. ' imil 'Mrs. George Weaver and
H ; fRiuilv, who have resided in Knysvillc
H ! for some time past. left Tuesday oven-
l iiiR for Hooding, Ida., where they will
j Mins 11a Parry of Salt Lake City
H'. was visiting iu Knysvillc the first of
the week, as guest of her friend, Miss
Miss Nellie Vurney of Ogdcn spent
Sunday in town, tho guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. George W. Cross.
Miss Andrea Palmer of Farmingtpn
was a Kavsvillo visitor Tuesday, the
guest of Miss Norma IC Thornley.
Miss Mao Barnes, who has been
spending tho past six week's in town
with friends, returned to her home
in Georgetown, Ida., on Tucsdny morn
ing. Mrs. Agnes Talbot of Pocntcllo, Ida.,
has been visiting in town for a tow
days, tho guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Go'lin Kuddiford and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawronco C. Blood
of Salt Lako City visited relatives in
Kavsvillo the first of tho week.
Miss Hattic Nye of Salt Lake City
spont Sunday in town, the guest of her
friend, Miss Rose Chfjney.
Mrs. Ada Dixon and Mrs. Thomas
Light, of Blnckfoot, Ida., have boon
visiting rolativos in Kaysvillo for a
fow days. at. thc homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Odd and family.
Ulysses S. Nance and John Nance
left Friday evening for Gontile- Val
ley, where they expect (o spend thc
next, few months.
Attorne3 and Mrs. Claude T. Barnes
of Salt Lnko City spent a few days in
Kaysvillo this week, tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evans. Mr, Asa
Evans, Alvcy Evans and Mr. Max
Evans, all of Baymond, Ida,, have been
visiting rlatives in Ka3fsvillc the past
week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mrs. Emma Tummcr of Morgan coun
ty is visiting in town for a few days
as guest of her old friend, Mrs. Mary
A. Lowis and family.
Miss Lolia Alleman. Miss Olive Carle
ton and Miss Tow, all of Springville,
visited somo of the public schools in
Davis county Friday.
Francis I. Mortcnson of Salt Lako
City was a Kaysvillo visitor Wednesday.
Itoyal C. Barnes, cashier of thc Dos
crot National bank of Salt Lnko City,
spent Tucsdn- at Kaj'svillc with rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. William of Ogdcn are
spending a few weeks in Kaysvillo as
cucsts of their mother, Mrs. Emmelino
Mrs. James Gardiner, who has re
sided 'n Kaysvillo for somo time past,
loft, lor Tooele last week, where she
expects to make her home.
Miss Mollio Barnes spent Wednesday"
in Salt Lake City, tho guest of friends.
George Green, who is working in
Downc-. Ida., was homo for a few daj-s'
vacation this week.
Asa Parrish left for Weber canyon
the. first of the week, where he has
accepted a position at thc Weber County
Miss Florence. Hull of Salt Lako City
spent Sunday in KaysviUe as guest of
her cousin, Miss Agues Swan.
Mrs. Annie B. Jones returned to her
homo in Marion. Summit county. Tues
day morning, after a few days' visit
here iu town as guest of her many rela
tives. Mrs. Paul Thomassen was a Salt Lako
Citv visitor on Monday.
Miss Ella Smith entertained a few
friends at her home on Friday evening.
Miss Lucille Butler of Salt Lake City
is spending tho wcok in Kavsvillc. the
guest, of her friends, thc Misses Cora
and Vera Bonncniort.
Mrs. Leah Christcnscn and children
of South Hooper arc visiting relatives
in Kaysvillo this week.
Mrs. Elizaboth Gnrnctt of Smithficld.
Cache county, is visiting relatives in
town this week.
.Ralph Lindscy spent Sunday in Cen
trcville with friends.
Mrs. Joseph IT. Grant, Jr.. spent
Wednesday, in Woods Cro3s as guest
Miss Jennie Climus of Ogdcn spont
Sunday in Kaysvillo with friends.
Mrs. Mae Day and children of Dow
ney, Ida., arc Visiting in town for a
few davs, tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Orson Day and family.
Mrs. Kate Jardinc returned to her
home in Garfield this week, after a few
davs1 visit in Kaysvillc with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George Evans of Salt
Lake City spent Tuesday in town at the
home of their uncle, George Swan, and
George Edmonds returned home (his
week from Bancroft, Ida., where he has
spent the summer.
William Hanson of Wyominc is visit
ing iu town at thc home of George W.
Webster for a few days.
John Connors, who has been visiting
in Kaj'sville the past, two weeks, loft
Wednesday cvoniug for his homo in
Miss Maud Jardinc of Eiverside, Box
Elder county, is visiting relatives in
Kaysvillc and expects to spend the win
Earl Bobins is spending tho woek in
Cache county with friends.
Mrs. Peter Barton is spending two
weeks at tho Ogdcn hot springs.
Dr. J.' E. Morton has been quite sick
this week. )
Mrs. Harry Swangev underwent, an
other operation at the Kaysville hospi
tal on Monday morning, and when last
heard from was much better.
Mis? Priscilla Layton and Mrs. Lil
lian Clariago returned to their homo
in Thatcher, Ariz., on Thursday morn
ing, after a four months' visit, iu Kays
villc with relatives.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICH FIELD, Oct. lb Ben Ashley of
Marynvale was in town Monday visir
ing "friends. He says thero is a good
deal of assessment work being done on
mining claims in that district. lie has
been working at the Deer Trail, which
has been ar.fi vo ninon early summer. He
Hays next season will see a revival of
real mining in tho Marysvulo properties.
L. H. put7.cn, who had been visiting
in Rich field for pome time, returned
to his mining properties in Piute county
Mondny. Mr. Outzon lias been doing
considerable development work on hi
claims this summor, and is optimistic in
regard to the future of tho properties.
J, W. Worncr. Joe and Lpo Jensen,
drove over In Sigurd to inspect, the
Jumbo and Kocue cement plants Sim
day. Scott McClellan of Loa was a Itich
field visitor Monday, returning home
from a week 's visit at Salt Lake City.
n HI ID UK or Morphine Habit Treat
BX II RBI 111 e(J- Free trial. Case
IB P Dfll Ein wliorft other remedies
18 0 nn! h.av; fac'l. apcclnlly do
15 I I V lit nir.nl. Confidential.
Dr. R. G. CONTRELL, successor to HAR
Room 631. -100 W. 3d St.. New York.
.Special to Tho Tribune.
I'JPIIHAIM. Oct. 10. Mies n.ilra An
derson was the hostess at a delightful
dinner party Friday evening. Thc
tables wero artistically nrrauRcd with
cut flowers. A pleasant evening was
spent. Tho out-of-town guests were
V. P. Mndscn and Waller Slovens of
Ogdcn and Miss Sedonia Alston of
Einony Rtdler of Provo called on the
local merchants of this city during the
County Attorney Ephraim Hansen
made a trip to Manti 3'cstcrday on of
Mrs. Dan Thompson is reported to
bo recovering from typhoid fever.
V. F. Mndscn of Nophi was in at
tendance at tho bull given at the Snow
academy Friday night.
Invitations are out for a ball to be
iriven by tho Young Ladies' Mutual
Improvement association of tho North
ward, to be civen at the Hanson-Lund
pavilion, Friday night.
Wnltor Tallstrnp of Gunnison, re
turned yesterday to Reno. Nov., whore
he is interested "in thc real estate busi
ness. Mrs. Fred Basniussen, formerly of
this city, is hero for a few days, visit
ing with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hanson were
guests at tho home of Mr. ami Mrs.
Judge Johnson of Spring City Sunday.
W. T. Mndscn, district m imager of
the Pocky Mountain Boll Telephone
company, made a frip to this city dur
ing the early pnrt of thc week.
Mrs. Josic Jorgensen, the Misses Myr
tle Pchrson andtiss Alice Lund were
cncsts at thc home of Dr. and Mrs.
W. H. Olsten of Manti Wednesday
Walter Stevens of Ogdcn returned to
his homo Saturday, after having spent
several days visiting friends hero and
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Bremholt has been dangerously ill for
Mrs. M. Rasniusson and her daugh
ter, Sena, have moved to Fairviow
for tho winter.
Miss Ada Johnson, who is teaching
music, in this city, returned Sunday
to her homo in Spring City.
William McAllister has been hero for
several days, purchasing sheep, which
ho will ship to Salt Lake
Miss Minnie Jenson of Elsinorc vis
ited at. the homo of Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Jensen during thc early part
of the week.
Quince Crawford of Manti was
called home from Ferron today on ac
count of the severe illness of Homer
Mrs. Erastus Willardson returned
from Sanlnquin, Monday, where she
visited with her daughters, Ann and
Genevieve, who are teaching there.
A boy was born In Mr. and Mrs.
George Sorenseu. Sunday morning.
Miss Sedonia Olsten of Manti called
on friends in this city during tho
Mrs. Blanche Ycarsley of Salt Lako
is a guest, at. tho home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pchrson.
James Tygerson of Axtel called on
relatives and friends hero Monda' and
Willard Pchrson and Thomas Fou
tin left yesterday .for Elsinoro to at
tend the meeting of the ouVcrs of the
Golden Keef Mining company, which
will bo held there duriuR tho 'week.
Willard Pchrson and family will
leave Tuesday for Salt Lake City,
where they will make thuir home.
Miss Olive Syndegaard, tho district,
traffic chief of" the Rocky Mountain
Bell Telephone company, spent u cou
ple of days during thc week at the
exchange In this city.
The many friends of Miss Minnie
Jonsen of Elsinorc nnd Horace Gunn
of Beaver will bo plcnsautly surprised
to learn of their marriage, which look
place at Salt Lake City, Wodncsday.
II. H. Lawson has been registered
at the Union hotel for a few days. Ho
was hero looking up tho sheep busi
ness. Tho Ladies' Literary club held its
meeting yesterday afternoon at the
homo of Mrs. Fred Basniussen. Presi
dent Eliza Jensen gave thc openiug
nddro.ss, which, was well received and
greatly appreciated by all tho mem
Spcrinl lo The Tribune.
EUBICKA, Oct, 10. George T. King
and family of Spanish Fork have come
to Mammoth to reside, Mr. King hav
ing accepted a position at the Grand
Elmer Peterson, manager of the
Knighlsville Mercantile company, litis
moved his family from Lehi to "Tiutic
to spend tho winter.
Mrs. Junius McEwan of Lehi haa
coiiin to Eureka 'to spend the winter
months with her husband.
On Thursday afternoon, Mrs. II. X.
Irvine entertained the Ladies' Aid so
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal church,
and a fine social session was enjoyed
by all present.
Mrs. Hector Frnzicr of this city is
the guest of lier daughter, Mrs, J. A.
Fuller, Jr., at Nephi.
Mrs. M. K. K. Sullivan visited with
her mother. Mrs. A. Coombs, at Payson
the first of the week.
Mrs. J. W. Evans and daughter are
spending several wooks . visiting with
friends at Denver, Colo.
. A splendid danco was given at Hns
sell's opora house Thursday evening
bv the members of tho Mammoth or
chestra. Mr. C. T. Williams and family have
gone lo Butte, Mont., to reside.
Mrs, George Jones is visiting with
Miss Edith Trcloar. who has been
tho guest of Salt Lake relatives for
hoveral woolen, has roturncd'to her homo
at tho Victor mine.
('a pi. George T. Bridges returned
from Milford this week, where lie spent
Otto M. 'Swart?.. Ralph Kellogc and
Del Boberts spent Sundn3' at t he Goshen
Gun club house.
Editor Charles E. Uuish left Wodncs
do.y morning with n party of hunters
for the mountains near Strawberry val
ley to hunt fur bear ami deer. Thc
party will be absent two or three weeks.
A reception was tendered to Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel ('. Mnnson Friday evcuing
by a large number of their friends at
the home of thc bride's parents.' the
vimiig couple having returned, from
their wedding tour. More than 100
Riiests wero prudent and a merry time
was had with music, songs and feast
ing until tho "woo sma " hours."
Frnnk Garrity returned Saturday
night from a several weeks' visit at
his old homo near Pittsburg, Pa.
Tho Misses Bessio Tyreo and Alberta
lJ.rown spent tho fore pari, of thc week
at Salt Lake.
Mrs. James P. Driscoll w.tb tho guest
of Payson friends this week.
Mrs. William Owens roturnod this
week from a visit to Salt Lnko Cit3
Mrs. Pierce is the guest of Salt
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Morcan have
roturnod from a trip to Salt Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Badger havo re
turned from a eo.jourii with Salt Lake
William Matthews of Provo is vis
iting wilh Eureka friends.
Hyrum Straw was up from Spring
ville this week visiting friends.
George Owons roturnod this week
from an extended visit to tho metropo
lis. Thc membors of the Rebckahs gave
a happy farewell surpriso parts' Wed
nesday " night to Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. Alexander Blight left Thursday
for Ncodesha, Kas., owing to the ill
ness of hor father, who is advanced in
years. She will bo absent about six
Mrs. Irvine Spriggs wa3 called to
Pavson this.woek, owing to tho death
of her father.
Mrs. LcBter Hart of Ogdcn is visit
ing friends in Ogdon.
Hebor Mcllor, a popnlar young man
of this city, was taken to a Salt Lako
hospital this week to undergo an oper
ation. On Tuesday evening tho local Temple
of Pythian Sisters entertained Mrs.
Nora Williams, grand chief of Park
City, and Mrs. C. C Griggs, grand
recorder, keeper of records and seals.
A candidate was put through the work
for tho benefit of flic grnnd lodge, ol
ficers. After accepting three applica
tions for membership and listening to
interesting remarks from Mrs. Jane
Williams of Provo the members ad
journed to the banquet table and par
took of tho good things of life.
Mrs. Lilliain Murnanc is in Eureka
from Spring City visiting with Eureka
Mrs. Luke Bobinson is visiting with
her son, Harry, at Salt, Lake City.
. John Endluud, foreniau of thc Con-lennial-F.ureka
mine, visited the capital
Josoph Hannifin, superintendent of
tho Chief Con. mine, was a metropolis
visitor during the week.
1 LOGAN 1
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Oct. .1G. One of thc de
lightful afternoons of thc week was tho
Kensington given Wednesday by Mrs.
G. H. Cham), complimentary to Miss
Gcnovic-ve Smith, who is visiting in
Logan from Pasadena, Cal. A unique
feature 6f the afternoon was a musi
cal guessing gume, tho prize being
won by Mrs. George Torgesoti. Mrs.
Willard Langlon and Miss Elizabeth
assisted Mrs. Champ, and the follow
ing guests were present: Mrs. E. D.
Ball, Mrs. A. M. FlcmiuR, Mrs. J. C.
Walters, Mrs. It. L. Campbell, Mrs. A.
II. Thompson, Mrs. E. W. Bobinson,
Mrs. Barrett. Mrs. George Torgcson,
Mrs. Harry Parker, Mrs. George W.
Thatcher, Mrs. Clyde Squires, Mrs.
Langfon, Mrs. M. C. Laughlin. Miss
Gonovicvc and Elizabeth Smith, Miss
Huntington. Miss Kyle, Miss Wilkin
son, Miss Parnialec, Miss Casscdy and
Thc University club of Logan, which
has recently b'ocn organized, enter
tained a large number of cucsts at a
dancing party at tho pavilion Friday
evening. It. was their opening ball,
and w:as one of the most, delightful
affairs over given in Logan. The pat
ronesses were: Mrs. J. A. Widtsoe,
Mrs. Linford, Mrs. Joseph Howell. Mrs.
A. II. Thompson, Mrs. 0. H. Budge.
Mrs. E. T. Emeis. Mrs. Harry Parker
and Mrs. L Blair Evans.
Tho Clio circle met. Wednesday with
Mrs. Joseph Odell. A very intorcst
ing program was given by Mrs. Luth
er Howell, after which dainty refresh
ments wero served.
Thc Sorosis girls of the V. A. college-
wore organized for the year, with
Miss Bennion as president and Miss
Nan Niblcy as vice president.
Mr. ami Mrs. Bay West of Oregon
spent, the week in Logan, the guests
of Mrs. Morrcllo.
Mrs. John Ballif has returned fo her
homo in .Rcxburg, after a pleasant
visit with her siBlcr, Mrs. Lucy Cardon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bobinson re
lurned. home Tuesday from a pleasant
I'rovo visit. ,
The A. C. Woman's club met Mon
day at thc home of Mrs. E. D. Ball,
with a large attendance. Willard
Langton gave, a vory interesting talk
on ''Tho Life of Henry James, wilh
Selections from American Scenes."
The club will meet Monday with Mrs.
Mrs. Kate Preston returned home
Monday from a pleasant, Salt Lake
Mrs. Rndah Cook is back from the
oil y, whore she was tho guest for two
weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Robert North
John T. Oaino left Wednesday for
Boise, where he will spend several
Dr. 0. H. Ormsby of Rcxburg spent
I ho early part of the -week with Logan
Mrs. Stanly Stevens returned homo
Tuesday from a pleasant Salt Lako
Lyman Martinenu spont the week
here, visiting with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. .Mitchell reached
home Tuesday, from a throe-months'"
visit in the oast.
Melviu Ballard of Portland spent
tho enrly part of the week wilh Lo
Miss Diana Gustaveson has. returned
to her homo in the city, after a pleas
ant week spent in Logan.
Mr. and Ms. E. D. Ball arc enter
taining Mr. Ball's sister and litllc son
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alva Chipman of
American Fork are visiting with Lo
gan friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Prcdny are
visiting with I heir daughter in the
Mrs. F. S. Tinge3' and daughter, Mil
lie, ;uiil Mrs. If. J. B-water, 'who have
been, the guests-of Air. and Mrs. Eli
Bell," roturnod Tuesdaj' to their homo
in the city.
Dr. Thomas of Vermont, who is mak
ing a tour of the nest, with the prob
ability of locating here, was tho guest
of Dr. H. P. Emnifl during tho week.
Mr. and Mrs, Mark Ncuburgcr are
back from n pleasant. Salt Lnko trip.
W. M. Howell has returned from
tho Hot Springs, whero he has been
thc past two weeks.
Mrs. Amanda Farroll retnrnod homo
Monday from Missoula, Mont., whoro
she has been visiting with her daugh
ter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcno- Gloed of Lining
Mont., aro visiting with Logan rela
tives. Mrs, Bnlph Mitchell and little son
havo returned to their homo at Be.x
burg, after a pleasant throo-wooks'
visit in Logan.
David Eccles spent the early part of
the week in Logan
Will Toombs, who has boon visiting
iu Logan tho past week, left Fridnj"
for his homo at Wells.
Speelnl to The Tribune.
MUBBAY. Oct. 1G. The Bateman
family held its annual reunion Thurs
dn3 in tho Jordan ward house. One
hundred members on,io3'cd a short pro
gramme and lunch at 2 p. m., after
which new officers were olectod to tako
charge. About G o'clock in the evening
a banquet was served. A danco was
the feature after thc banquot.
The annual reunion of tho dccendauls
of Andrew Cahoon was held in the First
ward chnpel, Friday evening. The spa
ciouH amusement hnll -was decorated
tastefully in autumn leaves. A pro
gramme was rendered, in which the
grand children took part. Several talks
on the history of A. Cahoon were givon.
At 5 p. m. a delicious repast wns served
in flic amusement, hall, and a ball was
held later in the evening.
Mrs. Mar3 James, who has been hero
sojourning with relatives the past, slim
mer, left tho fore part of this week for
her homo in Scranton.
The Morris family also hold a re
union this week. Tho affair occurred
Wednesday evoning at the Murray ward
chapel. Over forty-five guests wore
present. Tho evening wns spent in the
rendition of an interesting programme
and the serving of a daint3" rcpnst.
A ver3r pretty wedding of this week
was that of Miss Leonora A. Scott of
Canada and Samuel J, Diinn- of Union.
The affair was held at, thc home of the
groom's parents, and was witnessed b3"
a large party of friends and relatives
of tho young people. Tho newly-married
couple are contemplating making
their homo at Union.
E. Mudscn arrived homo this wook
from Now York, where ho has been on
a short business trip.
Cvrus Jones of Idaho and his sister
left," Tuesday for their home in that
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. John Goodall, Mrs. Maris Bergcr
and daughter, Alice, have returned from
a month's pleasure trip. During their
absence they visitod the A.-Y.-P. ex
position, British Columbia and cities ol
interest iu Oregon and Californa.
A. L. Greer, for the past four years
located here, in the interest of mining
companies, wns this week transferred
to Bingham, where he will be located in
thc future. .
Thc services at the First ward chapel
last Sunday evening woro very inter
esting. A number of Snlt. Lake's tal
cuted singers rendered solos.
MOUNT PLEASANT 1
Special to The Tribune.
MOUNT PLEASANT, Oct. 16
Several parties have been givon this
week in honor of Doctor and Mrs.
Stowart, who will leave Mount, Picas
nut next week and go to Salt. Lako to
reside. Thc Twentieth Century Ladies
club members gave a party Wednesday
evening for them, at which about fort
persons were present,
A wedding dinner Tnesdny afternoon
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W,
Anderson, in honor of the marriage of
their sou, Nelson, nnd Miss Emma
Johusou. which occurred at Salt Lake
last, week, was attended by about fifty
relatives nnd friends of the contracting
parties. A dancing party was given
in the evening. Each was a delightful
Mr. A. l Thompson returned Suu
dav from Mackay, Ida., after a six
weoks' visit there with her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tholman left
on Thursd.ry for their home in Chilly,
Tda., after "a week spent with friends
Lorenzo Jeffs and wife arc another
Idaho couple who were guests of rela
tives here. They left Thursday, after
spending sevoral days with the family
of M. Rasmusscn.
Mrs. G. Fort of Chicago. III., has
boon in Mount, Ploasnnt this week, the
guest of R. A. Broadhurst. Tho Iady
was on her w.13' to California.
Nephi Nyborg was called to St. An
thon.y, Ida.', this wcok, by news of thc
serious illness of his mother. He left
Miss Mary A. Hansen was tendered
a farewell parly Tuesday by the 3-oung
ladies of the. Norlh ward. She will
leave soon for Salt Lake City.
Mrs. John W. Farnsworth has been
in Mount. Pleasant, from Chilly, Ida.,
visiting her many friends. Sho for
merly resided here.
David Madsuy. left Suudnj' for Ida
ho, lie may remain.
A unique pnrt" at Fairview was a
' 'sample " parly, Friday evening. Each
young. Iad3 gave a piece of clofh of
tho same material and color as hor
dress, and (he gentlemen selected their
partners b means of this sample.
Famous Remedy lor Grip &
To roitarate, attend to the "first
feeling" of a Cold: lassitude and weak
ness; by taking a dose of "Sevcnty
scvou" at once, tho immediate euro will
. Tf you delay until tho Sneezing,
Coughing and Sore Throat set in, thc
cure by ' Sovcnty-soven" vail bo just
as sure but it may take longer.
Handy for everybody, fitr. the vest
pocket. All DruggistB 25c.
Humphreys' lloiuo. Mnllclne- Co.. Cor.
William ami Ann Str.ct. .Vow York ..
PARK CITY 1
Spfclnl to The Tribune.
PABIv CITV, Oct. 10. Mrs. Arthur
Williams hnd I ho members of tho
Woman V Athcnenm nl her home Mon
day. The regular work was taken up
and much is expected this year, as the
work commenced is indeed very interest
ing and great results, aro looked for.
Tho ne.'t meeting will be held Monday
afternoon at the homo of Mrs. E. L.
Miss Isabella Buck returned to her
homo in Park City Friday morning.
A novel sort of entertninment was
that, of Saturday evening, when thc
ninmbors of the junior class of the high
school were made tho( gucsls of I he
Daly-West officials. Tho young people
left town about ! o'clock' and nrrived
at tho mine iu time for the 5 o'clock
dinner. After partaking of an appe
tizing dinner, the tables in the large
lining room were cleared from the floor
and dancing was en,jo3'ed by tho young
students for nearlv three "hours." Thc
return trip was made down the shaft
to the 1200-foot level, whero the jolly
crowd wero given places in mule trains.
Miss ICathrvn Cunningham chnperoned
the class members on tho trip,
Miss Ida McFarland is visiting in
Park City, thc guest of Miss Lottie
The ladios of the Five Hundred Card
club wore royalty entertained Wcdncs
d.ay afternoon, this time at the home of
Mrs. Sherman Fargo 011 Lower Wood
side avenue. The decorations were in
keeping with tho season, autumn leaves
being used with much taste, and the
rooms in thc Fargo residence presented
a very jrctty appearance. Cut flowers
were also used to decorato tho tables.
Prizes were awarded to Mrs. 0. C.
Lockhart and Mrs. Fred Sherman.
Dainty refreshments were then served
13' the hostess and a real pleasant time
was cnjoj'od b3' all present. Besides the
members tho following ladies ' were
present: Mrs. Julius Frankle, Mrs. Fred
Shermnn. Mrs. D. Q. G nihil', Miss Adn
Stuart, Miss Ambor Bardslc3r and Miss
Charles Shields, a former resident of
this city, spent the foro part of thc
week visiting with his brother, John
Miss Pearl Crnwlher enferfained the
members of tho II. O. A. C, club at the
homo of her sister, Mrs. A. N. Martin,
Thursday evening. Cards and music
furnished the enjoyment for the 3'onnp
ladies, and later refreshments were
served. Those present were Misses Ada
Stuart, Ella' birydcr, Helen Dea.sou,
Winifred Jennings, Marjorie Muffott,
Laura Huddy, Agnes Stromncss, Miss
Nolan and Miss Laughlin.
Miss Beth Witherou, Miss Gorlrudo
Woods, E. L. Talbot and Paul Billings
rodo ov'er to the Hot Pots Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Than Gibson were pas
sengers to Salt Lako Tlmrsdaj' after
noon. A farewell party was given Thursday
evening al the L. D. S. church for Bishop
Fred Kasband nnd family, who are to
leave in a few daj's for" Provo, where
lho' will make their home. A short
programme was given, which was fol
lowed by a dance in thc amusement
hall, and the affair was brought to a
eloso 1)3' thc serving of refreshments.
Mrs. C W. Hodgson returned home
from Salt Lake Tuosda- morning, after
a pleasant visit in "that city with
Thc entertainment given Thursday
evening in the Dewey theater lv the
membors of the local volunteer fire de
partment, for the benefit, of that or
ganization, proved lo be a grand suc
cess. Miss Lizzie Walden is in the Park
visiting with friends for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hodgson enter
tained al. dinner Wednesday evoning.
Those present were Miss Ida McFar
land, Miss Lottie Oluicr and Hany Hall.
Mrs. Brant, and daughter. Miss Isa
bella, of Canada, are visiting with her
sister, Mrs. llcniy Shields of this city.
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Wagner entertained as number of
their friends at. dinner at their home
on Empire avenue. After dinner cards
wero played until a late hour, after
which refreshments were served and
tho guests departed loud in their praises
of Mr. and Mrs. Wagner as enter
tainors. Those present wero Mr. and
Mrs. C. AV. Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. 0.
W. Allen nnd Misses Florence Talbot,
Trecwick, Edna Sutton and Nellie Sut
ton, and Messrs. Lee Talbot, George
Quinn and Will Sutton.
Chauncc.y Hattc-rberg left Sunday
iifternon for Arizona, whero he will
spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hedges enter
tained at diuncr at their home on Sun
day. Covers wero laid for twelve, the
guests being Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
Fargo and famihj Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Frankle and son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Trownsou, Mr. and Mrs. George Hedges
Another verv pleasant affair was the
dance given Thursda' evening bv Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Wykoff and Miss Bessie
Wykof f at thc Ontario drain tunnel.
!Tlie jolly crowd of about twentv-five
young people left towu here shortly
! after " o'clock, and were driven to the
Wvkoff 'home in large ennyalls. The
old boarding house was used for the
danco hall, and a fine time was had by
all. Refreshments were served about
.12 o'clock, after which the return trip
was made and the crowd arrived in
town about 't o'clock, a tired but happy
"bunch.'' Those present were Messrs.
and Mesdames Forslund. Doy King. Dan
Richardson, Archio Wilson, Billy ItuniB.
William Dicker!. Fred .Morgan, Jackson
ami Woodward, and Misses Maiy
Leah Dona Thompson, Martha Kelly.
Bessie Wvkoff. Maggie Nimo, Jane
Nimo and Miss Bunnell, and Messrs.
John Leahy, Billy Wright. Jim Muir.
Alex Gibson. Bob' Wright. Bill Shelton,
George Zabriske and George Ames.
Miss Ruth Trowick returned to her
home in thc c i t .y Saturda3- afternoon,
after a very pleasant visit in thip moun
tain camp, tlio guest of Miss FJorenco
The members of Hie Pythian Sisters
held a social meeting Tuesd.'o evening
in Society hall.
Charles Hartwell ruhfrncd lo Park'
Cil3- Monda3 after an absence of three
The I. 0. 0. F. members will give an
entertainment and programme Friday
evoning in their hall on Lower Main
Thc Best Plaster.
A piocc of ilnniicl dampened with
Chamberlain's Liniment and' bound on
to thc affected parts is superior to nny
plaster. When troubled with lame
bnck or pains in the sido or chest give
it a trial and 3-011 aro cortain lo be
more than pleased with the prompt re
lief which it affords. This liniment
als'o relieves rheumatic pains and is
cortain to plcaec anyone suffering from
that disease. Sold Ivy ali druggists.
Mitchell Van and Storage Co. re
moved to 273 South West Temple.
"Royal" Stale Bread Depot
Opon 3 to i). m. dail3 Entrance oa
Third South. Good brjad very cheap.
MlmM and ' m
Sor Stomach j
Need No Lontjcp Be Endured By Surfer- Vmsjt.
era From Dyapcpsla. flSi
Tho stomach nnd Intestines always con- W&i
lain, even In health, n small amount of vfff
gnaos. Thoy seem, both from a chemical -clSff
mid mechanical point of view, to be es
Bnllal. to some extent nl leant, to good
diB?stfon. A j:rcal deal of common n.lr '""Wit
hi swallowed with the food, and tho re- ilM
mnrUablo facility with which sir bublc fif
nrr formed In the saliva 15 roferrnhlo to
this special purpose. nltff.
It follows that oxyRen and nitrogen WM
nre natural to the stomach, and It has .jlTy
been ascertained that nllrofjcn Is sreatly J f.
In exi-css of o:cyn'ri. showing that sven j LI
In tbe stomacli I his iis Is some way 4 y.
emploved in tho vital processes. But 11s A u
pnseH 'are easily evolved by fermentntlon i
and decomposition of food In the stomach .1 i
and intestines, and ns saccharine and .1 T
oilier fermoniable matters dissolved In Off f
liquids arc present In tho pnatro-lntes- t,11 4
llnal tube. It results that Its acroform fl
contents are much more complex than 1 Mil
soiirally supposed. ill J
When digestion Is porfeclly healthy Mi '
there can be no fermentation nnd Jlatu- !iL"
lence. but ns soon as Indigestion occurs Ms I
carbonic ncld pas and various other gases ff If,
aro froclv formed In the stomach nnd Hj R-
bowels, causing much discomfort. 1 Rj
Tho remedies employed for tho cure l v
of flatulence may he classified as follows: I.
Those which prevent fermentation; those J J-
which favor the expulsion of pas. and j
those which oxidize and absorb gases. Of i
the remedies which possess thc above. Ii im
properties, charcoal Is tlm only one which Win
has the power of preventing fermentation 'J ID
and decomposition of food, and at , the
same time absorbing all excess gases In WMM
tht alimentary channel. jPlS
Medicines which expel gases from the ypm1
; stomacli. known as carminatives, are not ' -Ym
to be compared wilh a remedy which ab- .
sorbs the gases and prevents eructations JTM
or belching. STUART'S CHAUCOAI. fill
I.OZICVGES are now used by thousands .TIW
of people who wore formerly subject to l 1
1 fermentation. decomposition, belching.
' bad breath, and rumbling noises In thr -X fl
1 Intestinal svstcm. and from which dls- j I
1 agreeable svniptoms. through the use of
those powerful absorbent lozenges, com- tB
1 plele relief has been obtained. 1
' They are made of tho finest willow I
wood, treated by a special, exclusive, car- 1
bonlzlng process, and when sweetened B
L with pure honey, a medicinal product. Is
obtained which is at once palatable and K
1 wonderfullv ofTectlvc In curing these com- fl
plaints. Purchase a box from your drug- m
. gist at once for 50 cents and glvo them m
, a fair trial; the result will mors than 4
' please you. Send us your name and ad- 1:
drcs and n free sample will be forwarded
-' to von bv return mall- Address F. A.
; Stuart Co., 200 Stuart Rldg., Marshall, )
; Mich. ;
PADDY CAKE.PADuYCAKt BAK&R MAM
BAK9 ME: A CAKE AS FAST AS YOU CAN j
BL SURE AND MAKE JT OF
nwvttii FLOOR i
THEN IT WONT" TURN BABIES
TUMMY '50UR j
It is nice I
Western Feel Co.
(OEITOHLOW, FISCHER & l
Cable Address: "Wesfuco."
Piiones 719. 73 Main St.
I A FEW SPECIAL PRICES FOR I
THIS WEEK. jj
Rtrkseckcrs Face Powder, 50c n
size 25c. Ifl
Hlcksocker's Faco Powder. 25c fil
size ' 10c Jj!
Tetlow's Perfect Complexion Tow- pi
dor. 25c slzo '. 10c 1I
A chamois skin free with each box III
of powder. . AJ
Flrmud's Hair Tonic, 51-00 size. ..S5c Al
50c size 35c
Prophylactic Tooth Brushes, 35c -J
kind 25c ym
Swlnion's English Violet Tn,lcum.
25c slr.c 10c ft
Coke's Dandruff Cure. 31.00 size... 75c 9
Colgate's or .Lyon's Tooth Powders.
2f.c size. 20c 1!
I pint (It? ounces) pure Norwegian
Cod I.lver Oil for 75c JT
Cutlcuru Soap. 25c cake 20c
Shaving Soaps, per cake. 5c m-
C'all M0 either phono and we will m
deliver your order promptly, day or M-
Godbe-Pitts Drug Co.
The Old Reliable. 101 South Main.
' J&s. FREE !
lfi5fV Mary T. Goldman's v
-KXatU f )Jv rtty Half Restorer t.
-c- Al restore arlclnnl color In
m&M&C Jif V 1 mllil. ltvftUhfai tunnner
WjKTtit3gr J In from 1 to I t dayg. En- W
VfEJSSmkV tltoly didnroDt from any- 'M
l3ctWnral xiJsNa tbtriR clw. Jti offact U M
Trvl. irt T-k'- rl jrnjiinnt. Dors not Jk'
L" 11 1 "-Trtftiih oft nor look nnnat-j .
J nrn.L Hai no ooillmont, no neither sticky sorfi Hi
a erfiwy U's m. imro and oleor qj Tintcr. B iHj
Dnn.t experiment -use what thou- I
sands of others have found safo and ftPJ
satisfactory. Sninp-e and comb abso- WJ
lately free. Bo sure lo mention orlgl-' "tXs
nal color of your hair MARY T. J.M
GOLDMAN, 4-14 Goldcian Bldrj., St. ES
Paul, Minn. Full size bottle ?1. For Iflfl
sale hy Smllh-Bniley Drug Co., Z. C 101
M. I. Drug Store. 'JlgS