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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1911. 11
Continued From Page Ten.
ltf,v Richards is here from
VniTine a few weeks wi(.1i
spending Richarfls before
ft roast to l)e awav sumc
;oth,CS ; Honks, a girlhood
Vr. Richards, is, als, a
k. Richards home and will gn
Kr home in San I-rancisco
. c J. K, Williams of
ri C. spent, a day or so
ftine the week visiting Mr.
ftnF Beer and left for a
1 Yellowstone National park.
Js Is in the law department
E Forrester and her son
f be honw today after a
"uit of few weeks with
Denver. Mr Forrester is
Minneapolis, where he went
a'papjing them to Denver.
Mrs, Orson Howard have
,jr home on First and S
r and Mrs. J. W. Mulhern
Sttt! and will go to Cal
3pen(l tbe summer.
MrsW. B- Mundy of Las
in town visiting their par
and Mrs. A- F. Philips, at
.. Xo. -I Kcndart apartments,
k. Mrs." Frank Qnorcau of Den
ji been eucsts in the city for
on their way to Del Monte,
Kid Mrs. F. E. McGurrin and
Kro nieces, the Misses Caroline
ftrmet Bache of Los Angeles.
Friday morning on-a mo
K to Twin Falls, Ida., where
Iiffl enjov some fishing for the
jjys or so.
d M5- E. 0. Manson have re
Pron an eastern trip and are
t'bome it S Stauffer apart
iti yir(. A. (', Bchletare home,
jflle" having met the doctor hi
fwk oil his return from abroad,
i BradW. the young son of Mr.
ifiWilliaw M. Bradley, who has
i tie Tonje school for boys in
jjrania. hs returned to spend
,'. Tavlor and her two daugh
fjrperite and Helen, have gone
iorthwfst to spend the summer
rinids and relatives,
test Hatch is home after com
Sis frtshrnan year at Harvard.
'nH Mrs. ' 0. W. Midgley and
rante son Charles will leave for
at next Wednesday for a va
,lrip of about a month.
'Louis S. fates, wlio is here to
tt summer, will be the guest
I ml month or so of Mr. and
Falter L. Maps ?it their home on
iii Up. George Airis have gone
lw: fonntrv homo near the Oot
Hfb for the summer.
IiRELne Parsons has gone to Ton
o tpend a part, of the summer
it. and Mrs. Arthur Parsons.
. S. Peters has cone to Long
jrith ber two children to spend
it tra. James A. Hoglp are
Kover the arrival of a daugh
i ci Mrs. Paul W. Billings, who
Brncd early in the mouth, have
witine the Billings family on
Si East for the past few days.
'Jimes H, Ilaneo of Wnshing-
f- if here for the summer and
"r sister, Mrs. Shields, at her
B uouplas" stroot.
i'Abboline Barnes and hnr son
mvo returned after spending
'relative; and friends in
William M. Hunt, who ha? been
ffitt mother, Mrs. Grant, for
f nasi, has returned to her
JTid Keith and her son David
a roftagc at V'eniee for
JJ and Mr. Keith will .join
Aiolph Anderson has gone to
Mic0 and is vititinc hor
Mrs. b. B. Slovens.
'Ma McDonald left yesterday
Ja,H to spend the" summer.
K-,Van Francisco and Los
y'S.wiH nlso visit, her aunt,
McDonald, at, Santa Cruz.
ST ljanCton and daughters,
K 'ott, and M.iss Martin have
Mu AnHes and the beaches
yiontjjoniery will leave during
ft" visit at his home in St.
Poltcr "IS Windsor avc
WyinR a visit from her sister,
tjVUrkin bf Augusta. .Mont.
: box I
06 of the greatest disap-
?mentB among the June 1
JiatcK Was experienced 1
Jyoniip girl wien sie 1
TOd that the wit from I
rs- She had acquired,
pother informntion, the
Jhat the proper
Jwelry camc in Lev
Ssand she wanted 'it
h?rin buvii herenext
jw. i "r Km. art.
Miss Ethel Lnrkin accompanies her
mother and they will be in Salt Lake
until August J.
Miss Ethel McDonald has gone to
Brighton to visit Mrs. Guy Anderson.
... Mrs. W. W. Hall and Mrs. J ante
Bothwcll arc here from Los 'Angeles
and are at home to their friends at No.
3 Louise apartments.
Mr. L. C. Chance and Mrs. C. H.
Rielly will leave ,Tucsday for Los An
geles to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Purefoy havt
gone to New York and Virginia to be
away -some weeks.
Mrs. R. G. "Wilson and her grandson
leave tomorrow for San Francisco to
spend the summer, and Mr. Wilson will
join them later.
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Hummer have
moved and arc now at homo at 68
Sixth East street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sullivan are here
from Seattle, visiting the .7. D. Sullivan
family at their homo on East First
Mrs. ,0. A. Walton is here from Chi
cago -viaiting Mr. and MrB. John Mor
ton Davis at their home, No. 9 Stew
Mrs. Morris and her daughter, Miss
Zetta Morris, have gone to San Fran
cisco to visit Lieutenant Robert N. Mor
ris. U. S. N.. who is stationed there
wit,hT;he flagship California.
Miss Beulah Bachman loft on Tues
day evening for Telluridc, Colo., where
she will spend the summer with Mr.
and Mrs. Otto C. Baker.
Miss Adricune King will leave soon
for southern California to spend the
summer with friends.
Mrs. W. F. Flarls has gone east and
will spend the next two months in Kan
sas and Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Sharp and
their two small daughters arc here
from Mexico, and have taken apart
ments at the Wood of East Third South
Mrs. J. H. Bennett will leave today
for Chico, Cal., where Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Bennett are, and will go on to San
Francisco to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Forming aTC
in San Francisco, where they went to
attend the Miller-Howell wedding there
on Wednesday last.
Miss Emily Curtis has gone to Port
land. Or,, to spend the summer with
relatives and friends there.
Miss Lydia While has gone to Cali
fornia, where she and her mother will
spend the summer.
Mrs. P. S. Ourfalian left early in
the week, accompanied by her mother
Madame Kcrtighian of Constantinople,
for a stay in Los Angeles.
Mrs. Alvah Lewis and her daughter.
Miss Lucy Lewis, have gone to San
Francisco' to spend the summer there.
Mrs. S. E. Ncwhouse of St. Louis
and her two sons are here to visit the
Thorn family for a time.
Mrs. A. M. Ward and Miss Rose .How
ard are here from Springville visiting
Mrs. F. O'Connor.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. .lones will
leave today for San Francteco to make
Mrs. W. H. Culmer, who has been'
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lynn,
leaves today for her home in Belling
Mrs. W. R. Warren is here from
Grand Junction visiting Mrs. E. C.
Mrs. George Sutherland is hero on
her war to Los Angeles, where she will
be with her daughter, Mir. Robert
Elmore. She is at the Hotel Utah.
Mrs. S. W. Eccles and her daughter,
Mildred, who were here from Now
York early in the week, have gone to
their summer home at Island Park,
Wyo., for the summer.
Mrs. J. D. Wood and her daughter,
Miss Cassandra Wood, and their guest,
Miss Clara Wightmnn of Boston, left
last evening for their ranch in Idaho
and also for a trip through Yellow
stone national park.
M'ish Elizabeth Clarahan spent a few
davs in town rocentlv on her way to
Denver from Seattle, where she has
mado her home for some years past.
Mrs. George W. Putn3m has gone to
Portland to spend the next few months
visiting relatives and friends there.
Mips Edna Jennings is home from
Wollegley, and will spend the summer
The Misses Eva and Winnifred Snow
aro guests of Mrs. Thomas Manoneaux
and her daushtcr for a few days till
thev leave for the coast to join Mr.
and" Mrs. Snow there.
Mrs. William McCaskoll has moved
from Whitehall and is at home now
nf. the Hotel Utah.
Mrs. Wnltcr Lewis has gone to her
homo in Butte after spending a lcw
davs here on her .way from Los An
geles. Mrs, Clark of Denver, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Leonard,
returned to her home last liriday.
C W. Tripp of this city will leave
for Philadelphia. Pa., Monday, July 3.
to be gone about six months.
The mombcrs of the Seekers' Lit
crarv club were delightfully ontor
U ncd on Tuesday last by Mrs. Marc I,
Mrs Senior and Mrs. Guthrie at the
JlStlfSf country home of Mw Senior.
The drive out and back to the cit
was made in the drnjr Utah,- which was
filled with a merry throng. Muwc,
games and social intorcourae Bllcd the
dav, which passed all too nkly. A
delicious dinuer was served to twen v
t wo cucsts. The table was artisticalb
,e?oted in crimson rose The day
will long remain one of the happiest
memories of the club.
Last Thursday after..' on the 13. & C.
club- was uutorlaic-a in a dclighttnl
manner by Mrs. John L. Maueh. Five
hundred was a feature of the afternoon.
Mrs. M. W. Da rat captured the first
prize, while Mrs. Fred Harvey was
awarded the consolation prize. Mrs.
B. A. Mitchell assisted the hostess in
serving refreshments, after which there
were several piano selections by Mrs.
John Forshay, and a duet by Mrs. Har
vey and Mrs. Twombley afforded much
pleasure. The club meets next week
with Mrs. Mitchell.
On Tuesday afternoon Miss Ethel
Candland of Chester was married to
Ernest Chrislensen of Moroni. After
the marriage a reception wns held at
the residence of Mrs D. A. Candland.
013 South Third East, for a few inti
The Women's Republican club will
hold its annual outing at Saltair on
Monday afternoon, taking the noon
The F. B. S. club held its regular
sewing meeting Monday evening at tho
home of Miss rrene Whipple.
One of the delightful events of the
week was the garden party given on
Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Beaver, at their country home near
Murray, in honor of the anniversary of
the ladies' auxiliary to the.O. R. C.
The party, numbering sixty-live, was
met at. the depot by A. Bra'dford and
conveyed in automobiles to the ranch,
where a hearty welcome was extenden
by the host and hostess and Mrs. Brad
ford. An elegant repast was served. The
tables were spread under the old apple
trees and the menu consisted of all
the delicacies of the season. A pro
fusion of spring flowers adorned the
It was an ideal day and the affair
was one of tho most enjoyable that the
members ever attended.
A pleasant, party was held on Tues
day evening at tho home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Weaver, in honor of tho
drill team of auxiliary camp No. tflSG,
Royal Neighbors. Cards, fortune tell
ing and other games were enjoyed un
til a late hour. Punch and wafers were
served between games. Those presont
were Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Peake, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry How, Mr. and Mrs.
Wright. Mr. arid Mrs. Cushman, Mrsv
Wanlass, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Wctcn
camp, Mrs. Cline, the Misses Laura
Had ley, Margaret Peake. Mavbelle
Fredericksen, Lyndal Barlett. Verna
Wctcncamp. Pearl and Maud Gould,
Abbio and Marjory Brown. Mary Cline,
Mossrs. Carl Schfeibcr, Judd Hedges,
Joe Marley, Rueben Stevenson.
Mr?. .lames A. -Miner will entertain
at a luncheon on Wednesday at the
Hotel Utah in honor of her grand
daughter, Miss Margaret McClure.
The lawn party which will be given
by tho American Woman 's league has
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been definitely decided upon as to the
place, the Gilmer country place, and
almost as io the time, which will be
early in the present month.
The home of .1. F. Frost was the
scene of a delightful gathering Friday
evening prior to the departure of the
Misses Myrtle Frost and Mamie Mills
on a three weeks' trip in Utah and
Nevada, visiting friends.
Mrs. T. W. -Whiteley entertained at
an informal bridgo party Friday after
noon in complement to hor sister, Miss
Glcndora Watrous. After a few games
of bridge tea was served, Mrs. Shoe
maker assisting tho hostess. Tho prize
in the game was won by Mrs. F. L.
Mrs. O. W. Ott entertained quite in
formally at bridge yesterday atfernoon
for Mrs. Ott and Miss OU, 'who arc
here from tho east on a vis-it.
Silver Maple circle No. 10S, "Women
of Woodcraft, Thimble club met
Thursday with Guardian Neighbor
Williams. Twcnly-fivo wore present
and a great deal of work was accom
plished. Refreshments were served and
all spent a pleasant afternoon.
Miss Alec Reilly was guest of honor
at a parcel shower givcm by Miss
Aura Pitt and Mrs. Ted Johnson at
tho home of the latter on Monday
evening. The following young girls
enjoyed the evening; Misses Alice and
Helen Reillv, Marjbrie Iverson, Monin
Pendleton, Mablo Kirk. Sasic Glenn,
Aura Pitts and Leona Eldrcdgc.
A real glorious Fourth at Beautiful
Montgomery's band Saltair today.
University Notes I
The Boys' Vacation club of the uni
versity summer school is proving a
great success. In this club instruction
and pleasure aro combined so that the
boys do not realize that they arc being
given regular instruction. They have
been taught, how to select a camp with
view to good water supply, feeding
grounds, etc. Also how to cook camp
grub. The work is under the super
vision of Miss Lucy Van Cott and H.
The university summer school held its
second outing at Lagoon yestcrda' af
ternoon and ovening. A largo mimbcr
attended and tho regular games of the
university play hour wcro engaged in.
Also n game of .baseball between the
school of physical education and the
regular students. The attractions of
the resort were well patronized. The
students seem to be awakening to the
fact, that a great deal of enjoyment ie
arranged for their benefit if they will
accept it and arc responding accord
About the middle of next week a
class in wrestling will be started under
the supervision of Coach Bennion. The
scientific side of the sport will be given
special attention. Judging from the ap
plications for instruction along these
lines, there will be a good sized class.
Girls' Friendly Society Summer Camp,
Spanish Pork Canyon, Is Now Open.
Members $3.00, associates, $3,50,
nonmembers $4.00. Particulars, reser
vations, apply Mrs. J. J. Broughall,
SS7 First aveiiuc. Bell phone -1301-Y.
I Two band concerts today at Saltair
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SUITS SKIRTS j 1
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I GOATS DRESSES S
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Monday's Extraordinary 1
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