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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1911. 5 fl
rUGHTFl'I. affair of yesterday
as the regular fortnightly at
wmc of Mt. Holmes at the
Amelia Palace, when a jrrat
mmber of her friend's called dnr
ourr, of the afternoon. As uaim I.
active rooms uere brlplit with
md the larso round table aid n
iff room was a. picture with Its
'class and china, brightened with
i of roses. Here durlnc the
? hours several different friends
The hostess bv servlns Ht I he
Romans them Mrs. David Klth.
ilam .Mt'Caskell and Mrs. Oeorsc
I resting wedding of today will
f Miss June Howard, daughter
nd Mrs. Orson Howard, and
; Mocblus. The marriage will
c at 12 o'clock at St. Pauls
i South Main street, and later
fnc partv and close relatives
a wedding breakfast at the
ome on First avenue. Immcdl
rward the young peoj)Ie will
their new home In Denver.
Ice Spry entertained a merry
roung girls vesterday afternoon
e tea for Miss Uintah Booth, a
le. The rooms at the Spry
b all decorated in the season's
jss and peonies addlns: their
score of young girls enjoyed
and later a number more came
when the young hostess was
Jy Miss Lois Wrnthall, Miss
;r and Miss Cora Olscn,
neo Redman was the hostess
and Miss Helen Bocs the guest
it a delightful bridge party at
in home, a dozen of the close
tho brlde-to-bc being enter
tnk L, HIncs and Mrs. Clayton
r have Issued cards for a re-
I& Rio Grande Time Table
lily. (In effect June 19, 1910.)
nil and Marysvale.. 7:50 n. m.
.nd Mldvale S-.00 a. m.
hlcago and cast S:10 a. m.
Intermediate points. 10:25 a. m,
San Francisco 1:45 p. m.
l Francisco and Port
id Bingham 2:50 p. m.
ilcngo and east 4:05 p. m,
it lc and Inter, points 5.05 p. ra.
Intermediate points. i:in p. m
hlcago and east .... 7.10p.m.
c. and Inter, points.. 7:20p.m.
i Francisco and Port-
11:45 p. m.
l Francisco and, Port
i Inter, points " '.'.'.'.'. 1 6 -no a! m.
tic and Inter, points. 10:20 a, m.
ind Mldvale 10.50 a. m.
hlcnso and cast 1:30 p.m.
1 inter, points 1 : 15 p. m.
hlcago and cast...... 2: IS p. m
ic. and Inter, points. 2:30 p.m.
1 San Francisco 3:55 p. m.
- 5:00 p. m.
and Mldvale 5:45 p.m.
'Mi Marysvale. He-
'"OS p. m.
n Francisco and Port-
, . 7:00 p. m.
n Francisco and Port-
' 7:10 p. m
hlratro and cast . - .11 35 o m
Wfe Near Oakland, California
fuo0JSai,,ACo,'escoii ihc Pacific Coast.
MEzlu ,i. ,r two great Universities.
SCunfiJ, rD,,R,l0Ut ,,,c ?car- Entrance
SIS i "'luiremcnls equivalent to
Sm fn, 3,1,1 1 nivt-"il of California.
iSmlrJ?, r,.scic,,cc with modern equip
BE 1 'PVnlHes for home
Jiffn-rj' "if'y.. music and art.
BBon A ?r ,c- Resident. Luclla
p rC!J Secretary, Mills College 1'.
M-Y.A.B. Palo Alto. PL
li fr M? ".0 Ilsitoro araji
,Sm rTT,:. , .t? r6 yoilft1 ColsrT t
ceplion to be given at tho HIncs homo on
Thursday afternoon to meet Miss Helen
Boes. the tlnanccc of Lieutenant Charles
HIncs, whose marriage takcsnlace June
There will be the usual table d'hote
dinner, with a dance following this even
ing at the Country club, a number of par
lies being arranged beforehand for the
The first social affair to be given In the
new Utah hotel will bn the luncheon to
day at which Mrs. Patrick J. Moran will
cntertuin forty of her friends. The event
Is to be a most elaborate one and quite
out of the ordinary
Mrs. Thomas Kearns and her young I
daughter Helen, who came from the coast
last week to Join her parents, will leave
late In the month for the ranch near
Santa Rosa to spend the vacation with
the boys there.
Miss Flanders and her friend. Miss Os
terbcrg, will leave today at noon for the
west and will spend the summer at Pa
cific Grove, where they have taken a cot
tage. Mrs. J. E. Thompson and Miss Nora
Murdock will entertain this afternoon for
Miss Marian McEwan at tho home of the
Mrs. Hubert Richards of Springville Is
In town visiting her aunt, Mrs. Archibald
Miss Gladys Richmond and Miss Wlnnl
fred Dyer leave today at noon for the cast
to spend the entire summer.
Miss Tlva. Madden Is hero on her way
to her home in San Francisco and Is the
giiest for a few days of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard A. Keyes.
Mrs. S. V. Derrah returned home yes
terday after a five weeks' stay in A ma- I
rillo. Tex , where she has been In attend- I
a nee upon her mother. Mrs. C Ten Eyck, ;
.who for several months was critically 111. j
'Mrs. Ten JT.yek has numerous friends in
Salt Lake Cltv who will be glad to learn
that she Is rallying from her illness.
Mrs. Virginia Snow Stephens leaves to
day for California to spend the summer
at Pacific Grove
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Slricklcr and their
daughter Carolina arc now at home to
their friends at No. 5 Wood apartments.
Miss Caroline having arrived from Notro
Dame, where she has been attending
Mrs. Charles G. Singleton has returned
from an extended visit to St. Louis and
will make her home at the Whitehall
Mrs. Arthur L. Adams of Oakland.
Cal.. is In. town, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert C. Gemmcl! at the Brans
ford. Mr. and Mrs. Don Campbell entertained
last evening at cards for Miss Ruby
Erskine and Serge Campbell. Mrs.
Campbell also entertained yesterday
afternoon for Miss June Howard.
TO BE HELD SUNDAY
Confirmation services will be held by
tho Congregational Montefiorc at the
synagogue Sunday afternoon at 2.30
o'clock. The programme follows:
Afternoon service Leon Klsenberg
Welcome The Rabbi
Opening prayer Norman Nathan
Tenets and Principles of Religion. .Class
Ten commandments .... Leon Elsenberg
Offering or flowers... Sarah Shapiro
Confirmation hymn Class
Honor Norman Nathan
Wisdom .Joseph Axclrod
Parent's Love Ben. Goldberg
Reverence Jennie Cllne
Duty Jennie Wcrbcr
Cloping prayer Hyman Doutsch
Address Rabbi J. Heesh
Adon Olam Class and Audience
Y. M. C. A. MINSTRELS TO
With Professor Charles G. Kent as In
terlocutor and Mil Ion Joseph and Lou
Marcus on onr end and George Slocum
and Will Willis on the other end, and
with a new nrrny of local talent In both
the chorus and the principal parts, the
Y. M. C. A. will put on Its minstrel show
at tin.- .Salt Iko theater for a second
performance next Tuesday nlghl-
The association players presented the
show with an unusual degree of suc
cess several wcoka ago and have been
i requested from many quarters to re
peat the performance. The first pre
sentation of the show suggested some im
provements and theso will be carried
out In the next, production.
SWIMMING POOL OPENS
AT WANDAMERE TODAY
With the opening today of the swim
ming pool at Wandamere for the free
uac of boys under 15 years of as;e. tho
nrospects are for some lively doings In
the swimming line. Tho management of
the resort will have Carl Beverly, an i
expert swimming instructor, and olher
swimming experts on hand tB fake charge
of tlin boys and to teach them to swim.
The swimming rool at Wandamero will j
be kept up during the summer season.
the nlace and all the equipment and the i
services or the Instructor being granted
tb the younssl.prs free each Wednesday
SATURDAY' LAST PAY
DAY FOR TEACHERS
Saturday is tho last pa.vdav of the
vear for the teachers of the city nub
ile schools. The pay Is for five weeks,
the odd week of the school year belnr
attached to the last, mouth- The payroll
amounts to J5SIS.71.
There will 1c a meeting of Ihc teach
ers and srhool work committee of tli
board of education Saturday at 1 o'clock.
Monday at 3 o'clock Ihe buildings and
grounds committee will meet The month
ly meeting of the board will be held Tues
day night nexl.
A Leading California Druggist.
Pasadena, Cal., March 9, 1911.
Foley it Co., Gentlemen: We have
old and recommended "Foley's Hone
i ml Tar Compound for years. We be
' !ieve it to he one of the most efficient
, expectorants on the market. Contain
'u no opiates or narcotics it can be
I jj'iven freely to children. Enough of
the remedy can be taken to relieve a
j cold, as it has no nauseating results,
I and docs not interfere with digestion.
Yours very trulv. C. II. Ward Drug Co.,
C. L. Parsons, Sec, and Tress.'" Get
the original Foley's Honoy and Tnr
Compound in the yellow package.
Schruiuni-Johnson, Drugs, five stores.
Ogden and return for United Commer
cial Travelers' convention, .htuc 11th
to Mth, inclusive, via Oregon Short
Line. Limit June loth. Special train
will leave Salt Lake 9 . m. of the l.'Uh.
Via Oregon Short. Line, Juno 17 and
July 1. 12 and Special low rates
to "northern Utah and Idaho points,
with long limits. Sec agents for rales
and further i art iculars. City Ticket
Office, Uotcl Utah.
11 exampled economy in wash fab- jJ j
I goods of greatest present de- Hundreds Of ThOB- 17 a 1 tfl Sold IMS MWl P A P D 1 T 8 P I M P I H
I mand is far too important to be I sands-of Yards ot acII Week ffiluL uAun lb mu 1 H
S overlooked or neglected. 1 1
g I So the head of department reports and why not? j IH
I BllV TodaV ! I 0UR wash GOODS SALE offers the best bargains ever offered in this line of merchan- 8 and are supplying both present I H
I 21 J dise. BUY TODAY. and future needs.
SATURDAY ECONOMY SALES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS I
I NO MATTER WHAT YOUR DRY GOODS NEEDS MAY BE, OOME TODAY prepared to supply them at prices that will make you more than ever a firm 1
believer in Auerbach's as Salt Lake's economical supply center.
P SATURDAY SPECIALS OF UFAILIWG INTEREST 1H OUR 1 sca I I
I whKlAam- f1 $15.00 LINEN SUITS. $6.50 WASH DRESSES. M 'cUOTAIN I I
I 45 5lnchcs"K -kkr PV Stylishly tailored linen A grand assortment inljfl jjTjf OsJw a pretty scroll de- 9 IH
I dayC,at fr suit-s n natural COlor Or i fSi We' ffn or dark COl- Jl JJ '"pS ccru; Siyards long 58 jH
I $1.50 SCOTCH SiPM ill plin gored r 'pleateCy I yiilJ- size's; matchless values ...yyaUU I'-f-"'-! a'Sr J
(mum SS ill I j' CHILDREN'S DEESSES. $5.00. HOUSE BEESSES. i I I
I ?jhvaerda5nonCseand: SnillfW Charming dresses for girls jf&fjj In medium, light or dark ff mtV(SS Bococco effects:! H
1 IpeciSclS8r sSS?' mMi 8 to 16 years; of white V SI U colors; made of finest 1 J Lll M'tWi AnTi
I jir1 9 6c fflilli cUff" dWty; a d0Z8nlT uO wteckalT'sL i plf'i'l Kl'IS I
I j White and iBflf $1.50 CHILDREN'S DRESSES. $1.50 WASH SKIRTS. llf $2.50 LACE 9- I
I Cream Scotch ullIPllEl Pretty white lawn dresses Af Eight or ten styles; made of if-Jofe 1 CURTAINS 1
I Net Curtains VUMioli for little tols 2 to 6 years ; a ISjL linene, khaki or duck; in IiUft 1 If 'fr Sfet" TndrcerSml;
I S ySheionswfded; llill " goocl asortment to select HM white,. tan, brown or blue; HIlP W-iPlJShciMVd
lWtli0SlT6 " ' frm'- plain colors, dots or stripes. JUu FfcS1 'wS I I
I CHANGEABLE TAFFETA SILKS Saturday News from the Long Silk Gloves SILK GLOVES I
I 25 pieces in as many changeable colors, a few of them ilHv SHOE SECTION T. 75c . a paIr' . n a a1r ! H
I are green and blue, blue and red, pink and gold, brown fjfB'ggSM sffik -T,or Kj'sor. 8 Fn,re eilk lon' P K
I and blue, black and red and others; value aSBMlf: PtesiORittifia Doys'. youths' and little Rents' oxfords In pat- gloves with guaranteed v t,v.j. q
I S5e; for ono day only at, n yard.. Wk, eat leather and-punmctal calf; all sizes and double finger tips, in black, ii?!1- SSCeS in bf-i'J'xiSSS I H
I ' J ISBflS SKWsSkV widths from 9 to oh; worth up to ?2 id; sne- white and co or p p Sl11 S'O cs, in DJacK, wnito H iH
I ; WSk cIal for Saturday. Cf no :;ze, -tC0'r 7&C and colors, all sizes, with I
E rOT?CJ-PT TArTFCl QXTTprncj ll&m pair tJ.y all .uea, at a pair... tf guaranteed double finger'
I KjyJJXOJh L I J-iJeiJJliliQ OJn.lJtCiO liS&k CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' VELVET TOP tips.
COVEES S2.ooru0s n.39. flf "Zi ,.Hl.?.... .. Long Silk Gloves ,rn,a S
i Bert 40c values at 5c Are ma( of best muslin, TOM !i. s,zes s 10 ll: 'orth S'J.2o. at $1.88 51.00 a pair. LOINlGr GLOVES H
g " ' with deep lace or embroi- $kWl vSRfte Sizes 114 t0 2 worln 5-50 at S2',s 'or Kavers l(5-button M
Ladies' Corset Covers, lace dcry trimmed ruffles, all VsSik barefoot SANDALS. length, pure silk gloves, Best 75c grade at 49c. 1
or embroidery trimmed lengths, in the prettiest Sfe-. .zes 2- to U rcla. per pair 40c . , na'r;,ntCcd double fin- i
1 styles a great variety of $2 Q0 .tyles. on OA SwSllSe? n i? fx ' SeHnV K Sa r :""..locB Se ti in black .white Lisle thread long gloves, I
I the best 40c values to sale at SraS?3lisea 12 to 2; spe-ciSl. per pair 75c and all desirable colors, all black, white and colorsan 1 H
''hooso from, 25C sizes; in the best $1.25 excellent wearing pretty
9 LADIES' VESTS on,s,l.'e,,,,$a.OO Ka'ncri4' 1S aD I
I 0H5?SF'B -,p'''t.- ROYS, SUIT SALE ladies- hose at I I
I H0SE ISlS-WiVi1; alJ" JSafS. INFANTS' HOSE I
I 25c a pair,. . the best 2oc grade -J ., fiTWwil , Ladies' plain gauze lisle H
1 For extra good quality, fino at AOL Qne Hundred SUlbS M tfQlA M'0l-' ' bInck tiln ail1 12i2c grade at 7i;c. D
m silk lisle hose, in black. 1 ffl f5r4SSill '"tc, and laco lisle hose , .... I
i white, tan or .blue, all sizes. rTT5T5n-M c A T T $3.00, Jr3.25, ."f'3.50. $3.75 and $4.00 values in one group. Mp- f rEnm black, white and tan; all Infants fine ribbed seam-
H JtvlJUJN oAliili sizes and styles for Jbovs 21- to 16 voars e-fl QC 7j sizes, superior 50c and Goc less cotton hose, all sizes, in
I PTHPniffQATP UP t0 4C ValU0S Rt 22C f yUf Cl,0kC f 'th SaUir'llay aU ' " ttffli aT1 0n SalC S9C beSfw'vHS, 1
I Tr: ol , , foitlribbr' i" Two Hundred Fifty Suits Wq at : C I H
I Up to 90c values at 49c. cila sijk nunon. satin tat- J "SRij. j fw .n, n.,,..
Beautiful fancy ribbons, in J'ZIT0' 53-75. $4.00. $4.50. $5.00 and $5.50 values: all styles and bUC UrdWll W OPk I H
every desirable color combi- ft?hJs 4 SSTeat and SrcU all sizesin ivv blue serges included; 2.65 fi9iri3 CdllePpieceS. 40c White IlldlE LlllOll I
i nation, extra good qualities Vicfit 40 a nil ftO your chqice of the lot baturday at 3.Vt iWLj , , , , , I
I up to 8 inches wide, regular n sile ' 22C . , , EOTBWI bcallopet and lace edged. Linen finished, woven from H H
75c to 90c sellers. MQp " 5itlC One Hundred Seyeilty-FlVe .SUltS MfcrM 20 ani1 LS',,ncJ ,.rouond nm1 fne combed yams, Satur- 1 .
t on Bale at l&MsW square. Saturday, 2 to a clay, .10 yards to a i
LADIES' SKIRTS f5-00' !f5-50- 6-00' 'G'50' 57 00 nml 750 v:llues: p-u NeTim customer, at, 24C cstomer. at, a yd..."- i
I wool, jiavj- blue, storm serges, in sailor blouse stvle; 9H tZM oaeh I ll
t LACE "VEILS 54 00 values at $2.50. also a great variety of fancies in all (go Qe . V9' B35I . . n
I cinn ,f w. Ladies' white skirls in a styles; your choice of the lot Saturday at W H 25c 40c White Mercerized 1 1
51.00 values at 59c. grcat vanetv of styles, S WS . B jH
1 Black laco veils, Hi, yards made of line cambric, beau- One HunareCl Fifty Suits M W While Pci'SItHl Lawn. Batiste.
h long, a great variety of tifully trimmed in lace or tf . ,, . , ... n VM
I pretty designs, in the best embroidery, best $4.00 val- $7.50. $8.00, $9.00 and $10.00 values; excellent quali- jS&WSi Ss feautifulb- sheer and silkv gs - -d Satu dav I
$1.00-grade to 5QC ues on sale Xft ties; cleverest styles and patterns; 5 00 WM iot!tir lilnit yardsto ioi' 1
choose from at j at , special at U'U i? a vanl . 14C a customer, at, yd. .. H jH
25i; and 30c Bleached Saturday Nsght from 7 to 9 ff $1.25 Saturday Might from 7 to 9 50c Turkish Bath I H
j Pillow Tubing. ..n, n.. ffeUFIM'C -p!SS"? W I "fJSSV sn TweIs- I I
and incho, wide, St. 0'""' 0'c" 1 Bxtr. hc,v7, 24 tachc wide
ii1,dsl"ite 500 500 Hem- S A r n fT V C 500 Hemmed 500 Pieces .SftiWiS?. I
lbC ABS0RBK.MT 1 Mffm A L Q U fc S Beac,ed Bell Birds'-Eye &?.'JfSS. 24c j
White twJs Of percale, cuon chaUle r S"eelS "I'w, TT7TT7" i I
Marseilles Bed is inches wide, so J51! awn. all sizes yar&s 'fl1?? 1:1 hcr-r-oticany l-c bleached g
.iiai nun 11,0 licu Inches lone for A'xz&ti''crf; -rt,w") aii oisca o yards wldci for coaled bans: rej:u- r, , c.. ,. B
Snreads ,c'l's "cr" &i KWJi rs.f " mc. no nmt -Bed S heeling. I
OpibdUn. a. aIuft 10c r ll0Urs; 0M(. to u jg - .U7K-VgA ' rf. 1 hours,. 1. to n i.us- t0 k customer, at. H
to a customer at- customer al yzRSnvm'' ffl Sft Jul 5 lomei" al eacll a holt H
Vxfrn hrw i7P; Saturday I tW-W4' Jffl wSWT 5 2 -VRrtls Wldc- Saturday 10 fi
SEed' gi3e 19c. I Hii"1 iH CIS j 47c 69c '.u:....i9c
Filed with the county clerk:
.1. C- Penney company, to carry mi a
general merchandise business; capital
stock. SoOO.OOO. divided Into shares of 550
each: James C Pcnnoy, president; Her
bert R. Penney, vice president: John H.
Merbert. secretary and treasurer.
Piled with the secretary of .state:
Lewis Jewelry &. Music company of
Price. Carbon county, to carry on a gen
eral lewelry biiKlncss and so on: capital
stock", SoUUO. divided Into shares of SI
each: C, IS. Lewis, president: J. A. Crock
ett, vice president: . R. McMillen, secre
tary and trsaourer: V. W. Lewis, general
manager. These, with W. U. Frye, con
Htltuto the. directorate.
Copy of articles of the "Balkan" Na
tional Inpumuco company of Sofia. Bul
garia, capital V.noO.OOO francs. In shares
of 100 francs each.
ONE GOOD JOB BRINGS TWO.
That's why the Centurv continues to
cow. Century rriutin Co., 55 57 Pout
DENVER gjlD 6MMj
Back East Excursions.
May 20. 24. 26. 27.
June 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21.
July 6, 22. 26.
August 16; September 2, 6.
RETURNING UNTIL OCT. 31ST.
Chicago, $55.0D: Ko.isas City and
Omaha. S40.C0: St. Louis, S49.00,
LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS.
EXCURSIONS EVERY SUNDAY
TO PROVO CANYON AND OGDEN.
Phone lnd. 4G42; Bell Exchans: 5.
National Bank of the Republic
A thoroughly modern savings depart
ment conducted in connection with this
bank Pafe deposit boxes for rent. U. S.
Prank Knox, president; James A. Mar
ay. vice president; V. F. Earls, cashier;
E. A. Culbcrtson, assistant cashier.
t ai'ltal nald In $3Ui','J0O. Interest paid
on li.i.c de)ijjlta.
OREGON SHORT LINE TIME CAED. I
EFFECTIVE MAY 28, 1911.
Depart. Dally. Arrive,
rr.m A T-T Ognon. Denver. Omaha. Kansas City. r7.ee a TUT
III) A.l7i. . Chicago and Intermediate (From San . . .00 jB..JLTX.
Francisco Arriving). - rt
P,-nO A M Ogden. Logan. Poratello. Boise. MarvsvMo 1Q10 P.M.
O.UU L.XX. . ami Intermediate. Montpcller golug. r
10:00 A.M.. OKdeii and Intermediate points. X.JYl.
11 -dD A M Overland Limited Omaha. Chicago. Den- 3:15 P.M.
' -u xa..fi. . , ver. St. Louis.
11 'Q AM Los Angeles Limited Omaha. Chicago, A- 'Ah P.M.
11. OV A.J-Vi. . Denver, St. Louis. ' Z Z 2
1 'fin P M Overland Limited Ogden. Reno. Sacra- 200 P M.
.L.uu jr. xix. . mcnto. San Francisco. ' . IL lZ
240 PM " "0!n. I3l3,!. Portland. Butte and Inter- 4:50 P.M.
240 PM Ofzdcn. San FranclHco'and Intermediate 6:55 P.M.
4:15 P.M. . OKdon- Br,shTntSSaio.,oy- MaIad aml- -11:35 A.M.
9fi P TVT Ocrden. Denver Omaha. Chicago. (Park 1940 PM
O.U iT .1V1. . city. Green River and West Returning). lli'AU
6:00 P.M. . Forty-five-Minulo Ogden Flyor. 9:15 A.M.
11:45 P.M. . en- BS?S PRSl-Gg. (l2,y am5- -10:30 A.M.
Cltv Ticket Office. 15G Main Street. Phonos 230.
THE THIBOWE Gives Your Wants the LARGEST CIRCULATION.
P. J. Ouealy. Pres.
J. S. Br.insford. Sccv. and Treaa.
Both Phones. 171.
KEM MERER, ROCK SPRINGS AND
Lump Coal $5.53 H
Mill al $So25
PER TON JH
There arc threo reason? why your jH
orders should bo placed with us. IH
' 1 QUALITY,
Best in PREPARATION.
Mndr rn'b'e by having a CON
CRETE FLOOR in our yard from
which all our coal is handled, IH
Federal Ceal Co, I
IcD MAIN STREET.
p. J. Morn. Gsncral Manager.
T J. O'Brien, General Sales Agent.