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I 1 Where Woman Reigns 11 Society and Clubs 1 1
H I v i
I j in order to prevent impositions 4
B 4 and embarrassments. Tho Trlbuno
II .j. requests that persons! leaving social
H notc3. nnd especially marriage no-
f.iccs or ensagomonta, for publics-
I Hon, leave with thorn names
.J. through -which tho source of tho
yam a may be traced If tho matter
I 1 Is called In question. !
, Tho week .just ondod included several
particularly bright social affairs, chief of
I theni being tho tea given by Mrs. Catoa
I , for Mrs. Hcrtzlcr, t'onuorly Miss Eliz
I 1 ubcth McTutyre, one of i ho most intor
i I esting girls of hor sot and who is warin
1 ly welcomed home. At ihe beautiful
l ('loltonwood homo of tho Kay "Walkers,
; 1 Mrs. Walker was hostess at au on.joy
I a bio affair on Thursday evening. Tho
i voungcr set had a raro opportunity of
"dancing to the heart's con ton I; with the
I largo dancing party given at tho Coun
j ) try club Monday evening by Miss Mar
1 . garct Walker. Miss Margaret; Dunn and
1 fMiss Norinno Thompson, whilo auother
j ! bright event of tho same charactor was
j . given by tho Misses Houston on Wed
j jnosday evening at tho club. Mrs. Ben-'
, ner Smith entertained at dinner Sat
a urdaj' ovoning for her daughter, Mies
. Margaret McOlure.
Mrs. Walter Stone will ontcrtain at
? ! an informal lea this evening.
Salt Liko is favored in having ono of
' the coolest ploasuro retreats in the west
' ' : in tho saucer at tho Salt Palaoo and
the races never scorn lo tire. Friday
, oveniug the grand stand was crowded
' with the remnant of tho fashionable
throng and the delightful breexe proved
that Salt hake- as a summer resort has
ils attractions aftor all.
' ( The (itiery as to why tho fast set, bo
called. died" on I in this city, cau bo an
I swored by saying that tho slow sot,
, whon it comes right down to real en
j nqymcnt of life, prominence in financial,
j j industrial and municipal affairs; orig
; ' inality aud number of entertainments
, and soveral other reasons, quito over
's shadows tho lesser although temporarily
more luminous lights and tho latter
ft j found themselves outsido the circle of
W what Las really been tho society of tho
city. And although called slow, tho tor
r toisos have outstripped tho hares and
I' those who remain of tho firtit mentioned
k set arc now forced to stand on the out
H eido and see tho slow ones go smilingly
If "by. Of course it's old-fashioned, but
if too many cocktails spoil tho social
Salt Lake society, whilo moro cosmo
; politan at the present timo than ever be
t fore, has never been so delightful. So
1 cially tho city lias grown wonderfully
V 'and tho evolution in clubs, motoring,
Ji travel and other matters lias had a most
jj ' wholesome offect upon tho city as a
:? ' vliole.
I! I In tlio beautiful new Alta club tho
J; other day was noticed a bit of furniture
: r that can bo remembered as being ono
6 of tho prettiest pieces in the old club
J whon it had its rooms in what is now
tf! tho D. P. Walker building. It is in
striking contrast to tho more modern
3j furnishings of the club toda' but it is
7 old-fashioned but substantial and seated
j I' upon it .have been some of the foremost
I men of the day, men who have aided in
the upbuilding of tho city, tho stato
k and the nation, and the moro presence
of tho oak settee in the now club, is a
reminder of the wonderful evolution of
this, tho leading social club in this
country. In comparing tho old days and
the present one cannot help but bo im
pressed with the growth and improve
ment of tho social Salt Lake.
And if the old oakon settee could talk
what an interesting story it could tell
of tho evolution referred to and maybo
it would drop a hint of the right merry
dancing parties the Alta club would
give oach winter, which brings the
matter up to tho real question at hand,
a question asked by a bright girl the
other da3': "Will the Alta club give a
ball in its new building this winter? I
Tn an effort to give a touch of real
brilliancy and onjoymcnt to fho com
ing -winter season, a private meeting
was held during tho week for the pur
pose of arranging a scries of assembly
balls commencing aftor Thanksgiving
and runniug until Lent, possibly four
parties. It was agreed that no undue
publicity would be given to the plan
', i until all arrangements arc made, but
-j the committees in charge will represent
I the most prominent matrons and maids
J of the city, and while the assemblies
will not bo unduly or offensively ox-
;J elusive, . tho membership will be held
down to a limited number, all being
well known to each other aud who have
always been noted for taking tho inia-
" Altogether the most pleas-
Hl L ing, and as you say, the most
fl sensible candy for summer I
have had the pleasure of
H i STARTUP'S j
' It' fa fVMiljrfroSfjPS
J; The above is what a lady said
fl i the other day after she had
j. purchased a box of this new
f ( summer candy. It's becom-
Jing rather a general expres-
iJJ ision. Try a box.
Ml 25c and 50c All dealers.
mil Mill IT
tivo In Salt Lako social affairs. Tho
aim will bo lo make tho subscription
largo enough for each person, to enable
tho managomont to serve for tho first
, time at a public dance hero an doborate
supper with perfect appointments. Tho
music and accessories will bo in keep
ing and, if tho plan works out, tho as
semblics of 3910-1.1 will bo memorable
Visiting in Salt Lake
MISS MUEIEL STRODE LIEBERMAN OF CHICAGO,
Guest of Col. and' Mrs. Birch.
cventB. The list in now being mado
Miss McCornick entertains on Wed
ABhby L Clevoland has returned to
tho city and witli Mrs. Cleveland and
son loft for the upper Weber Friday,
where tho latter will pass the heated
C. W. Whitley has returned from
S. W. Eccles will bo welcomed dur
ing tho week. His Island park homo
will be occupiod by tho family during
August. Mr. Bancroft also has a place
at Island park ami may pass a portion
of the summer there with his family.
Complimentary to John Scott of Port
land was a delightful dinner given by
D. E. Burley during tho woek.
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Van Housen have
returned from Los Aflgelcs.
Old friends aro getting ready to wel
come Will Ingcrsoll.
Roy Ridgo is the guest of his sister,
Mrs. Ray Walker.
Ray Walker and party left for Idaho
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. S. Bascom and Bon
aro occupying the Walker cottage at
Brighton for the summer and have as
their guest Miss Winnifred Bricc.
Mrs. E. W. Whitney is located at the
Westminster apartments in Venice, Cal.,
for tho summer.
Miss Virginia Bush left Monday
morning for tho upper Weber to pass
some time with Mrs. Frank B, Stephens
and family in their summor home.
Mayor and Mrs. J. S. Bransford and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Evans have re
turned after an extended trip through
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Koarns and
family are now pleasantly located at
their Sanita Rosa ranch.
Miss Bessie Grace and Miss Jennie
Harrington and party left Wednesday
morning for Brighton to spend the 24th,
Mrs. R. E. L. Collier and children
are camping at Killian grove, Emigra
tion canyon, for a month.
Miss Roso Koroua leaves today for
Mrs. Freeman Morningstar and
daughter, Lucillo, left Friday for the
Upper Falls resort, where they will stay
until the end of tho warm weather.
Mrs. H. C. Baker and three children
of Pueblo, Colo,, wore visiting in the
city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Free
Dorothy HaTkor, daughter of Captain
and Mrs. Ilnrker of Fort Douglas, has
gone to San Francisco to visit her grand
mother. Los Angeles, where Bho will stay for
MrB. Ezra Thompson and sons havo
gono to Brighton.
Miss Emma McLaury loft last week
for 2fow York to spend somo time with
Mrs. W. W. Trimmer has gono to
Leavenworth, Kan., to visit with rel
atives. Mrs. C. D. Bates has for her guests
Mts. W. A. Green and son of Detroit.
Mrs.' John D. Spencer wont to Brigh
toTucsday to be a guest at the H.'G.
Mrs. F. A. Vincent and small grand-
daughter, Francis Brittain, havo re
turned from a trip to tho Pacific north
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Caswoll loft Mon
day for an eastern tnp, to bo away
about two months.
Miss Bcatrico Boreman. who has been
visiting for. a short time with Mr.
and Mrs. P. C. Brown, has returned to
her homo in Ogdcn.
Mrs. E. A. Rogers and small Bon
have gone to Wasatch to remain several
Mrs. A. 11. Boxrud has had for guests
for the past, two weeks Mr. and Mrs.
Everett 0. Jones of Seattle.
Mrs. W. D. Foster loft Monday for
Seattle to visit for n month with the
Misses Thonta and Ruth Cooper, for
merly of Salt Lake.
Mr, and Mrs. Fred A. Halo and their
guests, Mr. audMrs. James O'Gr-idy of
Rochester, Y., havo been en.ioying a
few days at tho Hermitage in Ogdou
Miss Rosamond Ritchie, who returned
to tho city after a year's absence in the
oast, where she has been attending
school in Boston, left tho latter part
of the week for Brighton.
Miss Lillian Anderson is at Bear lako
for the summer.
Miss Lydia Boyd of Twin Falls is
the guest of Miss Kathleen Speight at
the homo of her father, Dr. E. I Root
Miss Kathleen Speight has returned
from Park City, where sho was tho
guest of Miss Lo Complc,
Mr. and Mrs. Aldon Bishop have gone
to Seattle for a few weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. Philo E. Jones are in
the northwest for a few weeks.
Mrs. C. G. Plummcr, Miss Clara Col
bourne, Miss North. Miss Davenport
and the Rev. W. G. Davenport of Wash-1
ington, D. 0., will loavo this evoninp
for a trip through Yellowstone park.
Mrs. C. K. Chrinteuscn of Ontario is
a visitor in tho uity.
Mrs. Ziua Y. Card has returned to
hor homo in Salt Lako after a short
visit with friends in Wyoming.
Mrs. Robert Moyerhoffer and Mrs. A.
Baglin of Lark aro visiting in tho city
for a short time.
Mrs. O. W. Putt of Omaha is a guest
in the city at tho homo of hor broth
or, John J. Daly.
Mrs. J. C. Dailey has roturned from
a two weeks' visit in Denver.
Mrs. M. W. Lilian! will leavo soon
for Orogon to visit for Bovoral wooks
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell in
Mm. 0. IT. Post and Bon are at pres
ent at Ocean Park, Cal.
Samuol Newhouso is entortaaning hio
cousin. Mies WoJsey of Chicago at his
homo in East South Tcmplo stroot.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lonis D. Gordon and
Miss Carrio Sappington left during tho
week for Verual, Utah, whero they will
spoud somo timo.
Miss Bcrnico Dailoy roturned Fri
day from Chicago, oho was accom
panied by hor friond, Miss Mary Sulli
van, of Freoport, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Frunk Larsen and
daughtor Elizabeth, Misa Tlcnriotta
Craff, Miss Kate Craft. Miss TCato
Young, Miss Hnid May, Jack May,
Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. May left
Saturdnv morning for a camping trip
on tho Vcbor river, where they will re
main until August .
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred C. Dern, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo W.
Dcru and Mr. ''and Mrs. William II.
Cunningham left Friday evening for a
trip through Yellowstono park.
Miss Virginia Shannon has for hor
guest for ono week Mis3 Kato Chip
man of American Fork.
The Misses Bryan and Grizollc Hous
lon entertained at a lako party Friday
Miss Stella Murray of Evanston,
Wyo., is tho guest of Mrs. Donald C.
t Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Mecklinborg ar
rived home Friday from Los Angolos,
Catalina TBland and Ocean Park, whoro
they passed tho last six weeks with Mrs.
Mecklinbcrg's mother, Mrs. Nellie M.
Joel Ilines has gono to Los Angeles,
whero ho will visit until the opening
Miss Josephine Hcnson and Mis3 El
sie Brown have gono to Tooele to
spond the 24 th with relatives and
Mrs. Gus Rippo has roturned from
tho cast, accompanied by her sister,
Mrs. E. S. Bonnctt, and niece. Miss
Miss Mary ITalloran leaves next Sun
day for New York to bo gone a month.
Miss Louise .Torgcnsen left Saturday
Handsome Salt Lake Cfaiid
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sttsfel.
for her homo in Vornal, Utah, after
snonding a month , in the city with
Mrs. Morton French and daughter
Francos of California aro visiting MrH.
E. S. Ball at tho Dunford, S85 First
avenue, where they wjll be for a few
Miss May McM'ahan left Saturday for '
Bingham, where she will visit Mrs, F.
II. Brines until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hornung havo
returned from their outing at the Snake
Miss Linda .lossup and Miss Mar
guerite .lessup leaves Monday for San
Francisco, whero they will join their
mother, Mrs. R. J. Jcssup, and Miss
Emily Jessup. and will later go to
Mrs. T?, W. Madson and children havo
returned from a trip to Ottowa Beach,
Mrs, 0. Wahlstrom and daughters,
MrB. S. C. Ewing, and son of Pitts
burg, Mrs. R. D. Evans and buby, MIbs
Ciaoe Crandall, a nieco of Mrs.' Wahl
!ttrom. left Salt Lako Thursday for
; Oakley, Ida., to visit frienda and rela
tives at their old home.
i Dr. G. P. Stallman of Fort Douglna
has been orderud to Fort Wingato, N.
M for temporary duty. Mrs. Stallman
1 will remain at Fort Douglas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crabbo of Wash-
v Popular Salt Lake Girl
I MiH h
MISS DOROTHY WATSON
ington, D. C, will bo guosta for the
next month ofMr. Grabbed .brother,
A. 31. Crabbe. at his home, 720 East
Second South strc-t. They wore for
mcrly roBidcnts of this city," arriving to
day. Mrs. R. V. Hunt has returned from
Miss Marjorie Palmer has gono to
Los Angeles to visit with friends.
Bishoo F. S. Spaldiug leaves today
to join his mother and sisters at rhcir
summer homo in tho mountains near
Denver. Ho will remain for about ono
Dr. Charles G. Plummcr has returned
after a month's stay in tho northwest.
Mrs. C. P. Overficld and tho Misses
Edna Dunn, Carrio Sappington, Stella
Fabian and Lucille Franke loft to
day for Silver Lako, whero they will
occupy tho Elmer E. Darling cottage f or
Miss Ruby Ncslen will return Sundaj'
aftor spending two weeks with rela
tives in Evanston, W'o.
Mra. W. S. Ncsleu will have as her
guest for a few wooks Miss Blanche
Conicron of Evanston, Wyo.
Mis3 Mabel Anna Jones has roturned
Miss Rhoda Larson has as her guest
Miss Pearl Bccklcy of Canton, O.
Mrs. J. R. Duckworth has returned
from a two months' visit to relatives
in St. Louis and other southorn cities.
Mrs. D. B. Mudgott and Miss Edith
Mudgott leave Wodnesday evening for
Los Angeles and the beaches, where
thoj' will spend the remainder of the
Miss Elsie Abrahamson, who has
been tho guest of Mias Janet Wolfe,
leaves for her home Monday.
The Mi ssos Nellie and Both Neilson I
of Beaver, who ha'o spont the pas'
month hero, have been the recipients of
many social affairs. Monday evening
an elaborate dinner -was given in their
honor at tho Louvre, covers being laid
for eight. Miss Nellio remains the com
ing wook as tho guest of Mrs. F, B.
EVENTS OF THE WEEK. J
Miss AftonAYoung of Red Butto nol
Iow entertained quite informally Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Adams pleasant
ly entertained at Wandumcro Thursday
afternoon, when a delicious lunch and
boating wore features of the afternoon.
For Miss Lillian Sponco her sister,
Mrs. E. A. Woolf, delightfully enter
tained ten at dinner Thursday even
ing. Thursday evening Mrs. Frank Van
Cott entertained at a delightful din
ner. Wandamcro wts tho 6ceno of a pretty
fiesta Thursdaj; afternoon when thu
0. E. S. had a picnic, a large number of
members from tho three chapters being
Miss Merle Lynch pleasantly enter
tained a few close girl friends of Miss
Hilda Grecson Thursday afternoon, Miss
Grceson being one of the brides of tho
At tho Country club Wcdnosday sov
eral pretty luncheons were given,
among :iomo of tho hostesses being Mrs.
E. J. Chambers, Mrs. E. W. Hammer
and Mrs. W. C. Alexander.
Fn compliment to Miss Clara Jacox,
who will leave for her home iu Pitts
burg the latter part of tho month. Miss
Kalhryii Carroll, assisted by her sis
ters, Miss Nora and Mrs. Anna Sellars,
pleasantly entertained Friday evening
at her home.
A successful lako party was given
Tuesday evoning by a jolly crowd of
youug people. A delicious lunch was
served, the Inblo being decorated in
pink and whito. After supper, the re
mainder of the evening was spent in
dancing and other sports. Those on
joying tho affair were: Misses Blanche
Johnson, Myrflo Adams. I'jillian Nord
nuisl, M-inmo Wilburn, Elsio Gallachor,
lithol Naylor, Floronco Boers, Fidolia
Gay, Lcnriii Barker, Maude Nnylor,
Flora Crossman, Etta Howolla and
Bertha llillstcad; Messrs. Verd Marks,
Ralph Bleak, Charles Fitzgerald, Frank
Hunter, Georgo Lindholm, Clarence
Smith, Art Navlor, Bill Irvine, Will
Waters, .Too Parmloy, Ralph Kellermau,
Jim Howolls and 3Nato Fullmer. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Erath, Jr., chaperoned
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Anderson en
tertained Saturday evoinug iu honor of
Frank A. Dahlstrom, who loaves for au
extended trip to California and the
cast today. Covers wcro laid for four
teen. Tho decorations were pansies.
Mrs. narry J, Robinson entertained
at a Chopin recital at her apartments
iu the Bransford Friday evening.
Mrs. W. H. Tobias entertained a
party of friends at lunchoon Thurs
da3' afternoon. Covers wore laid for
twelve and tho table -was very prettily
ENGAGEBIENTS AND WEDDINGS. I
A pretty wedding of tho weok was
that of Miss Leonora Van Dyke and
Owon Glen Day. who wcro ' married
Wednesday by "William Van Dyke of
Ogden, being a cousin of tho bride.
Miss Viola J. Brirnm and Joseph P.
Ridges were married Wednesday at
high noon at the home of the .bride's
parents on Center street.
The date for the wedding of Miss
Hilda Greeson and Iiarlo L. Coppock of
Kansas City has been set for Auqust
IS. and will take place at the First
Presbyterian church at 8:30 o'clock.
One of "the prettiest weddings of the
week was that of Miss Sadie Lawrence,
a popular -ouug graduate of tho high
school, class '10, and William II. Pitts, j
both of Salt Lake, the affair taking
placo Sunday evening at 'J o'clock at I
i.he home of the bride's grandparents,!
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ventrcss, l4 South
Second West street, the liev. Mr. Ncel j
of the Central Christian church official-!
ing. After tho ceremony an informal
reception was held, tho home being I
artistically decorated with flowers, I
ink and white sweet peas being used
in a profusion in the dining room, while
in the parlors carnations were abun
dantly used. The bride was charm
ingly attired in whito batiste", olabor-
utcly trimmed with white lace, and car
ried whito bride's roses. The young
couple left - Sunday, night for Pioche,
Nov.. where they will mako their home
for the present. Mr. Pitts is promi
nently associated with, mining interests
in that place.
An announcement of interest to many
Salt Lake friends is that made last
week in Atlantic. la., of the engage
ment of Miss Makopoaco Morris to
William Robert Law of Waterloo, la.
Tho announcement was mado at a
luncheon civen by Miss Morris's grand-j
mother, Mrs. M. M. Nichols. Miss
Morris has often visited her mother
and sister, Mrs. J. R. Morris and Miss
Zcta Morris, in Salt. Lake. Mr. raw
is a young lawyer of Waterloo. The
wedding will take place early in Oc-1
Wasatch Literary Club. I
Tho Wasatch bilerarv club held an
enjoyable oilliug at the lalto Thiirs- j
day "afternoon, when about lwcnty-1'ivo I
ladies were present at luncheon, which
was served at 1 o'clock. The affair
was in charge of -Mrs. I. G Tawncy
and Mrs. Cassias Scarles. The table
was attractively deeoratcd with sweet
peas and other' garden flowers. Later
in tho afternoon a large number of tho
ladies enjoyed a bath in the lake.
Hotel " osts at Silver Lake.
Tho I'o1 i x guests an registered
at the I.-' .on hotel at Silver Lake:
Mrs. -.1. " 'is ami family, Frank An
derson. Julia Amussen, Ij. G. Bur
ton, M- "ot Burl on. Clarence Bur
ton, M Mcintosh. Mr. and Mrs.
'W. K. Ciuodneh. Miss While, Mr. Walk
er and party of fuur. Orou 0. John
son, Coorge F. Folt, Norman Felt, Mr.
and Mrs. Setli A. Langton. Thomns S.
Thomas, Mrs. Bruff, Mrs. B. F. Tibby,
Mrs. H.rn Thompson and sons. Mrs. 3. . fiBf
! M. Harlow and daughter, C. R. Pear- Ml
sail and wife. Dr. Charles E,. Carter and mMM
wife, R. J. Jessup, John C. Mackay, WK,
Mrs, J. P. Mne.kay, J. C. Sharp, Mm- ail
.1. C. Sharp. Lavon Sharp, James D. &U
Murdodc, William Tolborfch, Carl R, JUl
William, J. B. Swonson. Willard Snow' '391
U. Kirtley, Alton Mayers, Lelanu JHI
Mayers, Miss F. Gardner, R. II. Wiggs,
MrsJ.jr. White. Mrs. C. Mcintosh, F. 1
Gayety at Sllvor Lako. - jBL
Special to Tho Tribune. Mm
SILVER LA KB, July 23. Silver ffl
Lako was visited last evening by a :3n
very unusual shower in which, it. being w
impossible to measure tho precipitation, "Smi
inasmuch as tho downpour was of rict an
in lion of rain. At Mrs. Geary'B prrb
vato hotel, nicely ensconced under tho? W.
grand old pines, was the weather bu-.' M
roau established, supervised by Parley "W
dges, attendod by Mrs. Violate Brim 9
idgcs. The inauguration of tho hu-
feau was attended by tho usual pomp
'and ceremony incidont to matrimonial ';w
Becrec.y, and at the close of the din
of the inharmonious musicnl accom-'
paniment, the groom, the lovable Parley JR
muttered forth in response to a roquoHfc a
for a speech. j
"I am too happy to spoak. besides I 9
am all confused up here." This sonti- a
mont was echoed out from a hole irj jfl
tho roof of tho cottago in tho reflection 4l
of the boaufiful full moonlight through fl
the quaking asps and pines. , -'flu
The picture is beyond tho powerB of .JHl
your correspondent to portray any fur
thor, and tho. groom artist himsotf will
have to furnish the samo with his own
inimitable brush. Suff ico it to say, when .1
tho campers, cottagers and visitors Mm
learned the "nowly weds'.' wero a part 3
of tho population, all tho tin pans, camp Vwl
kottles, wash tubs and cowbells in tho KX
valley wcro quickly brought into ac- mt
tion a la firo department at a hurry w
up call, concluding with tho coilego W
"HuTrah for Brighton,
Hurrah for tho bride, JR
Hurrah for Parley .
He 'a all right: who's all right? " -M
Mrs. M. Bowcrman is a visitor at w
the Woodruff cottage. (
At the Gamma Phi cottage Misses i
Zolla Sohoficld and Elsio Cohn are j
lodged for tho Beason.
Tho Miwes Sylvester, Emma and Ag- -j i
gio. aro guests ol Mrs. H. W. Snyder, j i
their sister. jj
Tho daily stages and many private 'I
conveyances are loadod with the rcf- j
ugoes from tho heated city to enjoy
the lovely cool weather, whilo tho pop
ulation is all agog with tho treat in
tho forthcoming concert ,by Utah's ,
queen of song, Emma Lucy Gates. July !
25, assisted by Miss Edith Grant, By 5
mania xlyde and tho Pyper-Whitnoy ;
SHOW SLIGHT DECREASE 1
Deaths enow an lncrenso In tho weokf$ 'M
report of the city board of health, aub-
mltted Saturday, For tho week ondlntr IB
then there were 15 deaths, as compared 'W
to 21 for the previous week. Seventeen w
of tho deaths were males and 23 femaleu. a
Eight bodies were brought here for m
Births show a substantial gain, too.
For the week just onded thero woro 50 ',
births, as compared to only 50 for thu "M
precodliiff week. Boys led with 30 births,
23 belnp girls. . A
Contagion and Infection aro sllshtly on k
the decreafle. Thoro woro only 23 cdoee 3
of contagion and Infection reported for M
the week Just ended, as ngalnst 20 for M
the previous week. Scarlot fovor led, JR
with 15 cases, typhoid was second with 6. iFM
There was one caso each of oryslpolas, JjM
measles and diphtheria roported. Thirty- fjT
ono houses remain In quarantine on &a- S
count of scarlet fever, ono house on ao-. ' m
count of diphtheria and two because of J I
other dlscas.es. jB
W. C. A. SMOOT ONLY J
SALT LAKE PIONEER LEFT 1
This is Utah's Pioneer day. the sixty- ml
third anniversary of tho "arrival in tM ml
Salt Lako valloj' of tho first band o& ill
settlers Jed by Brigham Young. Or Ml
that famous company only ono SaW 91
Lake resident is alive W. C. A. Smooo 41
of Sugar ITouse, Mr. Smoot was oiiw Ml
of the two boys in the pioneer band, JI
and vividly recalls those days and e3- 91
pccially the ontry into the valley. II 1
Sinco tho great jubilee of 1S07, -wlren 1
there Avere twenty-sevon survivors o-t )m
tho band, man' havo since passed awuy, Jf
and so there remains possibly about a Ml
dozen of the notablo party." and they 'Mm
reside in Idaho, Arizona, Htan. and other 31
DANISH ANNUAL OUTING Jl
TO BE HELD AUGUST 12 11
The annual outing of the .Danish. -'I
folks wjll bo held on August 12 at Wan- jl
daniere.' Tho outing will bo undor the
auspices of Apollo lodge, Danish Broth-
erhood, and this committco has charge -jsi
of the arrangements: Theodore Lohde- ml
finely Sophus If. Lund and Olaf Nil- 4, Mi
son. The programme will include a list" Mm
of sports of various kinds, tho sports Jlj
beginning at 4 o'clock in the after- "3l
A feature of the day will bo tho dis- 3 fij
tribution of tho souvenir Jiook, "Danes Mm
in Salt Lako Ciiy," which is just off Mw
the pi.'ess. 91
Applies for Letters. li
Mri. Clara F. Whito applied to tho 'WM
district court Saturday for letters of ad- Wm
nilnlstnitlon on tho estate of her hus- -Mm.
band. John EI. White, who died inie3t.ate MmS
July 12. leaving an insurance policy for W
5u"000 and an Interest In a contract with Mil
tho united States for tho dollverv of AT(1
meat to the military reservation here -"II
There arc eleven children. 1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. II
Sealed proposals will be received at tho A I
offleo of the faaeramento Valley Irrltra- 4 111
o1-on,,V,0nnip,any..unt" o'clock p. m, July i H
i If 1 0. for the excavation of on tiiII nl
Hon (1.000.000) cubic yards "of oarlh In ! R
the construction of canals and laterals II
?o!.thS?.Ura?.nV' Va"y Irrigation pro- i
nK si wUI lic "".reived for ono or i U
more divisions of about 100.000 yards
each. The right Is reserved to reject any I
or nil bids to accept a bid on any oi 1 ; I
cr more divisions and reject the otlierL
lci.st i?if cnjP"y may rcciuire. .
hpecitlcntlons. formn of proposals, and : I
V i'.Vnry 1,0 ,inslltjcted at' tho office of :
WHIowm0 Cn2rBlnCCr f th comPy t i I
SACRAMENTO ..VALLEY IRRIGATION M
Utah. Stato Firemen's Association. 'l
N'otico Is hereby jrh-cn th-i-
uKhb0SitS,0i?,tii!B of. tfoSrembiS ofthS 11
.. Vi " .? I'Ircincn's association at
Date of first DUbllcatlon. 7rty loth, Xftf !