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f : ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. SUNDAY MORNING-, APRIL 17, 1910. - o 1
- 1 ij continued From Papo Eight.
1 T"w ;nod programme will ho Riven in
l,nt U with l lio spnl.inimit of the
irsari T Tho medium will bo held in Uio
fA fori society rooms in the Bishop h
If in? Mini! at 3 o'clock. Tho programmo
chili includo besides tho. addresses, u
mid-) iw of patriotic musical selections
5 !"l ss Margrcfc Whilnoy. Tho com,
Ir.r k'oo in charge aro lco-ftegeuts Lm
r. non Wiley and .Tulin P- Lnd
irnaK fa Secretary Clarissa Y.'Sponccr. lljo
,(l Lfn organizer of Ihc junior patriotic
orn$ cty, W Julia F. Lundt states that
0n t Zi "thirty applications m all have
rovciSa taken out, and it is expected that
; ofJif membership will incrcaso within a
1 ?tiei art tunc. The stalo society set Sat
Ytivr afternoon to select roprcsonta
:i to tho meeting of the national
3" t niiphters of the Revolution convention,
cven hfch takes place in Atlantic Cit-. IS.
n cv. during the week beprinning May 9.
as fiii - ,
oi,1f?T The last of a series of meetings of the
school inrsday Luncheon club was held on
, mrsdav afternoon at tho apartments
1 rm Mr -'X. W. Hill in U Caithness.
0 atjl,e pnr.es 'for the scries of games
0cUWl wore awarded to Mrs. T. B,
trfannon. Mrs. W. K. Wevhciy Mrs.
iredLpro Ti. Raymond and Mrs., v. H.
)r?-bias. The rooms wore prettily doc-id-lLlc(l
vjth vases of dog-tooth yiolets.
J ie meetings have proved so dcligntful
$ at another scries will bo started.
"Mrs S. Jj. Billings entertained tho
)crtfcmbcrs of the Plate club Thursday
"Afternoon at a lunchton served at 1
aclock at her homo in South Eleventh
3- 'ct street, which was followed by
tabpfjjTC, Spring flowers adorned the
Clouis and tho afternoon's prize was
'C!tL bv Mrs. J. W. Lynch, with a lios
"x?Ass prizo presented to Mrs. Billings,
nd ij ' .
1,or)The mcmbors of Spirit of Liberty
'lliaptcr. Daughters of tho American
7ictevolutiou, and a few guests, wero dc-
'fight f till v entertained Thursday aff.or
'"L'jooii by Mrs. Seth Morrison at her
otvih6mo iii Seventh East street. An in
3 ,fcrcsiinc programmo was given under
""fho direction ot Mrs. FrankfcB. Steph
ens, including a paper on "Zorna Gale
""iiul Her Writings," given by Mrs. J.
in ijl. Dart, who has long held the rcpula-
r2ion of beiug ono of the most compc-n-ttnt
readers in Salt Lake club circles.
Y;Jtfrs. C, C. Parsons, Jr., gave two beau
c jlifiil vocal solos, after which Miss Ed
''"rjm Karniworfh was heard in an in
.njf.runicntal selection. At the close. of
5 fjio excellent programme, f he social
(pour was in the nature of an afternoon
Ion. Mrs. Morrison assisted in tho din
1 iiig room, and Mrs. It. ('. Gemme! and
irs. C. R. Allen poured te;T and cof
' Too at tho tea table, which had for its
5 attractive center decoration a cut-glass
,vaio of Aniericau beauty roses Assist--inc
in serving wero Mrs. C P. Over
. J? field, Mrs. A. IT. Pcabody, Mrs. C. C.
ijtorsons, Jr., Miss Decker and Miss
J, 'ijtrnsworth. Tho drawing room, library
, fnd reception hall wero artistically
rjlorued with a profusion of fruit blos
insloiiis and pink carnations.
Ijpirs. JL W. Sherwood entertained the
-clticmbers of the Opal Five Hundred club
Ji a pleasant manner Thursday after
illoon, when red and yellow tulips wore
in the spring like decorations. The
Jjrizes were won by Mrs. W. M. Evans
JM Mrs. F. J. MoClanncy. Later a
rflttlightful luncheon was served.
,-JJThe Monday Night club mot Mou-t-!iay
evening with Mrs. H. M. Itoor. at
'""wr homo. .'537 South Second West
'2.?4jlrcct. Joseph Lippman gavo a most iu
iprpstiug talk on ''Psychic Ttesearch."
i'fter tho programme and business mcct
Hg was over, a delightful supper was
f The Daughters of Veterans were do
n Rightfully entertained by Mrs. Emma
Tri; lamscy Morris at her home, 127 South
f jpecond West street, Monday night. The
clifcvcuing was pleasantly spent in games ,
;YaJflud music, Mrs. Morris giving1 several !
hymautiful vocal selections. In the even-
4pnp a delicious supper was served in
ijihc dining-room, which was beautiful '
asjin au array of daffodils and roses, while
r tho hnlls aud parlors wero prettily I
'.t decorated with American flags and car
A ploasant social and musical event
D was one Tuesday evening, when the
: Orpheus club, under the direction of the
' leafier, Professor A. IT. Peabod', ap- j
i reared before tho pupils of Rowland 1
Hal'i Civing a varied and delightful ;
" programme in the assembly ball. The
1 cpurtesv extended by the high class mu- i
,i 'siual organization was much appreciated !
M !?y Juss Colburno and tlic faculty, as
LV .yell as by tho pupils.
j i Tlio Quingcnta Card club was pleas- :
fl WUy entertained Tuesday afternoou by a
J. B. BEEKHOBL,
Manager Bcrkhoel Music Company, who
will open their piano display rooms
next Wednesday at d-l East Third South
street, Colonial Theater building. They!
are tho factory representatives of "The
House of Baldwin." Tho Baldwin
Piano was awarded tho Grand Prix
(double gold modal, by tho international
jury at the Exposition. Univcrsello at
Paris. 1000. This constitutes the high
est criterion of merit known today. This
particular distinction is conferred only
when, in the opinion of the jury, com
posed of representative experts from all
countries, the exhibit reaches tho high
est standard of excellenco and repre
sents achievements of superior value.
The question of competition docs not
on lor in at all. In addition to this
honor tho "Baldwin" had the unusual
distinction of boing decorated by the
Mrs. T. E. Newman at her home. The
rooms where tho five tables "of bridge
were played were prettily adorned with
vases and bowls of daftodils and hya
cinths. Tho prizes of tho afternoon were
won by Mrs. C. TL Heritage, Mrs. J. II.
Bardwell and Miss Herman.
The Tuesday Afternoon Card club was
entertained Tuesfhiy afternoon by Miss
Wanda Pratt, w.ho was assisted in en
tertaining by Miss Mamie Thornberg
and Miss Vera Griffin. The prizes of
the afternoon were given to Miss Cum
mings and Miss Hazel Dorius.
The Sons of tho American "Revolution
will givo their annual banquet at tho
University club April .19, tho date be
ing the anniversary of tho battle of
Lexington. Tho committee on arrange
ments is composed of M. L. Ritchie. .T.
Walcoft Thompson, C. P. Overfield, C.
P. Crawford and Harold B. Stephens.
Tho Canadian association met at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Morn
ingstar, J277 East South Tcmplo street.
The plans for a banquet, which is to
bo given next month, were discussed,
after which the remainder of tho o veil
ing was passed in games and music.
Refreshments were served in tho dining
room, which was beautiful in au array
of applo blossoms.
Tho Woman's club met Tuesday aft
ernoon with Mrs, U. G. Mosor, with
Mrs. John H. Powers as chairman. It
being Federation day, Mrs. C. E. Allen,
Mrs. C. H. McMahon and Mrs. Led
yard Bailey spoko in the interests of
tho Federation, after which Miss Grace
Sullivan gavo a piano solo.
Tho members of tho Crystal club were
delightfully entertained Wednesday
afternoon by Mrs. W. W. Rivers at her
ipartiucnts in tho Smith. The after-
French Government with the "Legior
of Honor." At I he world's fair at St
Louis in H10-I the international .iur
awarded the "Baldwin" the Gran'c
Prize. The Baldwin Company fools thai
they have in .Mr. Bcrkhoel one who wil
place their pianos here on the same higl
plane that they are placed in the East
and in Europe, aud that now tho oppor
tune time has come. Tho pianos dis
played will include the beautiful Elling
ton and the Hamilton. Tho Hamilton
was awarded tho Modaille d 'Argent
Paris, 1000, nnd received other honors
The Baldwin Player Piano is remark
able on account of its simplicity and
great artists have compared it with the
human touch. Tho Howard and Mon
arch Pianos and the Hamilton and Mon
arch Organs will also be displayed. Mr.
Berkhoel will gladly welcome visitors.
noon was pleasantly spent in cards,
after which a dainty luncheon was
served, tho decorations being in daffo
dils and roses.
The licallh committee of tho General
Federation of Woman's clubs has se
cured the transactions of tho Interna
tional congress on tuberculosis hold in
Washington in 100S. and has placed tho
same in tho public library of this city,
wlrerc they may bo within tho reach of
all desiring practical and acuurato in
formation on the most prevalent of all
diseases. These works represent tho
latest and most complete research in
regard to the causes, prevention and
treatment of tuberculosis.
A meeting of (ho board of directors
of tho Free Kindergarten association
was held with Mrs. C. E. Richards at
her homo Wednesday morning. Tho re
ports from the teachers and secretary
wero heard and proved satisfactory in
At the homo of Bishop F. S. Spalding,
'M4 East First South street, Wednes
day afternoon, the monthly meeting of
tho "Woman's auxiliary was held. After
j the meeting, from 4 to G o'clock, tea
was servod1 in tho dining room, which
was beautiful in an array of applo blos
soms. The younger branch of t ho Girls'
Friendly society sold homc-mado candy.
Articles representing tho Lenten work
of tho different societies to be sent to
tho Grace hospital, Morgantown, N. C,
was on exhibition.
The College club will meet Thurs
da' afternoon with Miss Spalding at
her home, -M-i East First South street.
Tho last meeting of tho Utopia
Bridge flub was postponed because of
tho death of Mrs. Lsndore Mayor's sis
ter, Mrs. Lauor of Idaho. The post-
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poiiod meeflng will be held with MVs.
George Brice Wednesday afternoon at
her homo on South Tcmplo -street. A
one o'clock luncheon will be served.
A meeting of the Ladies' Literary
club will bo held Friday afternoou at
thc club houso. .A paper will be givon
by Mrs. K. O. Leathcr.wood on "The
Spirit' of tho Ago and tho Earlv"
Church," after which Superintendent
Christenscn will sneak -on somo pro
posed Changes in Hie public school cur
Ticulum. Several musical selections
will a1fo bo given. Evorv one inter
ested in the work, is' cordially invited
to bo present.
Tho Woman's league - will hold its
regular monthly meeting in Unify hail
April IS at 2:30 o'clock. Dr. Knthcr
ine Enger will speak on "City Hygiene,'-
after which Mrs. Berg will
speak on "Temperance."
Mrs. P. Cf. Ilampson entertained the
members of the Jolly Twelve Friday
afternoon at her home, in honor of her
guest, Miss Ethel Plant of Sacramento,
Cal. Vases of roses were tho pretty
decorations. Tho hostess was assisted
in entertaining by Mrs. L, M, Footc and
Mrs. H. M. Breedcn proved herself
a charming hostess Friday afternoon,
when sho entertained the members of
her card club. After cards, a dainty
luncheon was served, the decorations ijl
tho dining-room being In daffodils.
The prizes wero awarded to Mrs. AY. D.
I osier and Mrs. Duckworth.
The Woman's Bridge club of Fort
Douglas was pleasantly entertained Fri
day afternoon by Mrs. Owen A. See
man at her quarters in officers' 'row.
Ihc prizes of tho afternoon were
awarded to Mrs. T, R. Ilarkcr aud Mrs.
W. A. McDarnel.
The Past. Noble Grand club held a
cake sale at Keith-0 'Brien s Satur
day. Tho P. E. O. society met Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. M. E. Idle at hor
unartments in the "Walsh, when the
plans -for the coming 3car were dis
cussed. Tho history section of thc Ladies'
Literary club mot Thursday morning in
i tho club house at 10:lu o'clock. The
. meeting was of unusual interest, tho
topic of tho meeting being a papor by
1 Mrs. Byron Groo on "The Beginning
t of tho Decline of Rome.""
i Mr. C. E. W. Griffith of Chicago, a
t reader of Shakespeare, rendered Dan-
- tc h "Divina Comedia" iu a most able
- manner at St. Mary's academv Thurs-
- day afternoon. The study hall was
l tilled with students of thc school, also
, many friends and patrons who wero
. anxious to hear the noted reader.
The Pan-Hellenic society met Thurs
; day afternoon with Mrs. 1L W. Lawsou
and Mrs. F. J. Guslin. The afternoon
was pleasantly spent in a social chat,
. and later a luncheon was served. The
decorations were in applo blossoms.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Nauvoo Legion was held Friday even
ing at S o'clock in tho Bishop's build
ing. After tho regular business of tho
meeting, an interesting programmo was
given as follows: I. D. Airmot, reci
tation; John Butte, song; William M.
jjnjv.il, lecuauon; ,jonn UlarK, humor
ous reading; W. J. Cough, song; presi
dent, s remarks. After the mcc-'ing
dainty refreshments wore served, the
decorations being in carnations and
, In tho April number of thc "Federa
tion Bulletin for thc Woman of Todav,"
tho Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs
extends a cordial greeting to all officers,
speakers, delegates and alternates, also
visiting club women to tho tenth bi
ennial of tho General Federation of
Women's clubs, to bo held in Cincin
nati. May 10-1S. IfUO, and invites them
to bo present at a concert to bo givon
Tuesday evening, May 3 0, by the" Cin
cinnati Symphony orchestra under the
leadership ot Leopold Stokovski in the
music hall. The Ohio Federation also
invites nil club women to bo present
at an "at home" in the assembly room
of tho Sinton hotel, Wcdnesdnj' after
noon, May II, from ,'5 to 6 o'clock.
The hotel committeo of thc local bi
ennial board is now located at 012 Wcsl
Six-th street.. Cincinnati, Ohio, and all
mail should bo addressed to that office.
The' hotel Sinton, official headquarters'
Fourth and Vino streets, can not. take
additonal guests, as it has contracted
with tho bicnuial delegates for the
uso of all its rooms from May 10 to IS
Nevertheless, thc hotel committee has
ample accommodations at. its command
and all applications should be made at
At tho last meeting of the Wasatch
Literary club which was held at tho
homo of Mrs. II. A. King, tho annual
election of officers was held as follows:
Mrs. E. Ilauxhurst, president; Mrs. Earl
Duusheo, vice-president. : Mrs. W. II.
Tanney, treasurer; Mrs. Robert 15.
Steele, recording secretary; Mrs W. A.
Wight, assistant secretary; Mrs. A. S.
Zimmerman, corresponding secretary.
After the business. of the meeting was
disposed of, Mrs. Fred B. Jones gavo
two vocal selections, which wero much
enjoyed by all. During thc social half
hour, dainty refreshments woro served.
An intense!' interesting moeting was
that of the current events and current
literature section of the Lndics' Liter
ary club, hold at tho club houso Friday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Tho feature
of tho afternoon was a talk by the
Itov. Elmer I. Goshen. The title, "which
was "The Social and Economic Condi
tions in tho United Slates," in which
Mr. Goshen told how ho thought it un
fair that some women had so much
moro than they needed, whilo othors
had to earn enough to exist, on by wash
ing and many other equally disagreeablo
occupations. As for an example of unfair
ness, said Mr. Goshen, "the fortune- of
Marshall Fiold. Jr., when he reaches tho
age of 21 years, will bo as much as
though he worked five hundred voars at
ono hundred dollars a day." A'ftcr tho
talk, election of officers was hold as
follows: Mrs. Klingendcr, chairman;
Miss Jossup, assistant chairman; Mrs.
Frank Anderson, .secretary. Tho reso
lution against putting ten thousand
carp in the Liberty park lako
was introduced by Mrs. M. M. Johnson
and was approved by all tho members.
Tho musical section of tho Ladies'
Literary club will meet Wednesday
morning, April 20. at tho club house
at .10 o'clock. This will be the annual
business mooting for the coining yoar,
and to arrange any furthor busmesi
that way como boforo that section. A
full attendance is earnestly desirod.
Tho closing musical programmo of tho
season will bo given by tho music sec
tion Thursday evening. April 21, at
tho club houso at 8:15 o'clock.
j MISOBLLAiraOTJS NOTES.
Among the pleasant, parties of the
week was that, given Saturday after
noon by Miss gnes Hansen, in honor
of iMiBS Daisy Pence, who will bo one .
Young Salt Lake Pianist ;
MISS MAKTT1 WABBTTBTON,
Who Will Be. Heard in Concert This Woek. She Is a Pupil of Mrs. Alberta'
of thc brides of April. Miss Hansen
entertained at a box party at tho Or
phcum, followed by, a luncheon at the
Louvre. Automobiles called at the
homes of thc various guests and con
voyed them to tho theater. At thc
Louvre a delightful- luncheon was
served at tables gaily docoratcd with
daisies in honor of Miss Pence. Those
in tho party were: Miss Helena Mead.
Mrs. D. C. McEntyrc, Miss Marvel Mad
sen. Mrs; P. M. Cropper. Miss Thco
I Toff man, Miss Myrtle .IncK, Mrs. Louis
P. Wells, Mrs. George II. Slocum, Miss
Helen Bowes. Miss Mignou Denhaltcr,
Miss Lucilo Price, Mrs. Joseph Coulum,
Miss Stella Ivy. Miss Allies Hansen
and Miss Dais.y Pence.
Thc Gordon Academy Mothers' club
met on Monday- jffternoon at Hammond
hall. Tho topic for discussion wns
"The Newspaper in the Home." By
invitation, Mrs. II. E. Allen addressed
tho Woman's club at their regular moot
ing on Monday, explaining tho pur
poses of the. congress of mothers. Tho
West. Siflfl IVrnt.liors ' ilnh wnc nrlrl rneenrl
by Mrs. ft. C. Goinmill on Friday aft
ornoon. Mrs. C. C. Day has been ap
pointed chairman for Utah of the house
hold economic section of thc national
congress of mothers.
Among those who -arrived in tho city
last evening was Mrs. J. F. Battle, after
an extended visit to her former home
in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Tattle and daugh
ter arc now at home at '12S Thirteenth
For Miss Virginia Boatty. who leaves
Saturday for Washington, D. C, where
she will officiate as ono of tho brides
maids on the ocension of the Sutherland-Elmore
wedding, April 27. Lieu
tenant and Mrs. Clark K. lilliott of
Fort Douglas entertained a number of
the younger set from town and tho
bachelor officers of the post Wednes
day evening at a delightful "kono"
party. The quarters of Lieutenant and
Mrs. Elliott were artistically decorated
with branches of peach and apple, blos
soms, and thc hostess was assisted in
entertaining and' serving by tho young
officers. Games and music we're the
attractive features of .the pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wert announce thc
engagement of I heir daughter, Maud,
to Earl K. Higson, thc wedding to take
place in June.
The Woman's Missionary society of
tho First Prosbvterian church hold .their
regular meeting at .the liouie of Mrs.
M. M. Johnson. 521 East Second South
street, on Tuesday afternoon, April 10,
at 2 o'clock. Au interesting programme
will be given, and a Jarg" attendance
is very much desired. Visitors aro
most cordially welcomed.
The local chapter of the American
Woman's league will hold their second
meeting on Saturday afternoon, April
28, at 3 o'clock, in f lie parlors of thc
Kenj'on hotel. A most interesting pro
gramme of music aud readings has been
arranged for this meeting, and matters
of trreat interest to tho Icasuo will Iu
presented. Mr. Porter of the Ken von 1
.hotel has kindly.-.p!aecd tho parlors at
tho disposal of tho Jeague for this meet
ing. Thc regular meetings' will bn he ld
on the second and fourth SnturdavR of
the month. The one on the second Sat
urday will be an evening meeting, in or
der that liiomborH who are euga&c-d
Utiring tho dav will have the oppor
tunity of attending at that time.
The St. Mark's nurses alumni wil)
entertain the graduating cla.s on Wed
nesday evenincr at tho homo of Alias
A children's May pole celebration
and dance will be given at Unity hall
May 3 at S;r.O o'clock. A very attrac
tive programme has been arranged, with
Ruth-Loydo an the queen, and tho danc
ers made up of Uuth Shields. Opal Lin
euby, Ethel Finnev, Sarah Melius,
Louiiio Opie, Melba McMannis, Valen
tine Newton. Anna McNabe, Maude
Haudlev. Arta Burleigh, Marian Mootf,
Alice Lnydc, lierdina Jnckman ard
C. E. Knowles of San Francisco i.l
visiting lus sister, Mrs. li. Bornstein.
Mrs. n S. Gilmorc delightfully entertained-the
1010 club Thursday after
noon at her homo oil East Third South
street. Prizes were won hv Mrs. John
ston and Mrs. E. B. Etwin. After the
games delicious refreshments wero
servod in the dining room, which wia
very prettily decorated in spring flow
The Sanders-Granger Floral Co., I
Xcw nccnpviiig temporary nuarte-s
at 5S West Third South, will, until fur-
;her notice, sell all varieties of carna-
fions at Toe a dozen. vM
A recommended 'piano pupil of J. J. H
McCleilan wishes to teach beginners. H
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HAVE READY THEIR CATALOCUE No. 101 I
FOR THE SPRSNG AND SUMMER ' SEASONS I
AND WILL MAIL A COPY -UPON REQUEST. H
JMfth Auffitm?, 34tl; nub 35tlt jltorts, 2mu ijTnrL H
M AYe cordially invite you to visit our dis- . mr Vx- v.'"''jH
play rooms and examine the exhibit of Ba ld- ,
win, Ellington, Hamilton, Monarch and ;vf"'
Howard pianos and Baldwin Player pianos." r
gf It is the most complete exhibit of its
character in the west, showing all of these V'
world standard pianos and grand upright ' '' 4
jj The display will be veiy pleasing to all '?V;, ,-.
who can appreciate true artistic merit in...; y f
Berkhoel Music Go;' : m
, J. D. BERKHOEL, Manag. i;: "'
' ; Colonial Theatre Building. : .
" 'v 44 E. Third South Street. S
t - ' Grand Prix, Paris, 1900.
w - ' Legion of Honor, French
' Government. jt
Grand Prize, St. Louis, 1904.
Opening Wednesday, April twentieth