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9 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1Q12. -
iSocial Happenings in Cities and Towns of Utah I I
"J?. Oct 5.-Mr and Mm. C. 13.
their ?uest tills week Mr.
rTn. who aro en route to
,'f Cal., to spend the winter
Illf the L. D. S. cliurch pave
1. dance nt the Amusement
dar evcnlnK. following which
,r u visiting with relatives at
w of the Past Noble Grands
Sting party at the hall last
Son" The proceeds from
f i s quIIU will be given to
F Home fund.
Ihr of the Entre Nous liter
K7 entertained on Saturday
Mrs. Rlchnrd DlckonHon
in will continue tho study of
52nt of Venice." Tho Paper
Son. entitled "The Dawn
flrt, Drama,- was presented
hs of the Eureka, Home Dra
JS are now at work putting
S touches on their now pro-
rawford'H Claim." which will
li at the opera house on the
October 8. This Is one of the
MUaff of ah western dramas
rformanco promises to be quite
local theatorgoers. Tho cast
i twelve pooplc. practically all
hive had considerable experl
line of work. The proceeds
how will be turned over to the
n. old-fashlonod "hard Mme
riven at Silver City last Tucs
J praeUcally all of the people
5, attending. A lunch followed
JPflnd according to all reports
"try enjoyable affair.
Mrs. Gnorgo Paxraan have
i SHver City after spending a
fars in California and Nevada,
l'?o take up their residence In
mes Morgan left on Monday
TUIt with friends at tho capl-
KviSleboldt and wife were In Pay-
tfKdaeel "Dobv" Brown arrived home
MjeuW spending a few weelcs
eKfrttndB In Idaho.
X&Dahle and wife of Silver City are
Wbrilth Logan relatives.
97 B. Smith and wife of Silver
Siting at Bait Lake.
iKttT Fitch, manager of the Chier
flgki Ue, accompanied by his
WwlSter. returned yosterday after a
JBtt Bait Lake.
lA3t Bilrd Is here from Ely, Nev
'Ktfilt with the family of Mrs. Man1
WlUlams and family were in
TJjrs on ft short visit during tho
laCrouln. who some time ago moved
Sdlr to La Vegas, Nev.. arrived in
tea Thursday morning and will ro
ta far a few dayfl with his many
lb and relatives. Mrs. Crown ac
tsled him on the trip to EurelCA.
fcied Mrs. Frank TUggan of Teton,
.irt htre for a visit with Mrs. Hcber
It Mr. F, Vt. Lamb and Mrs. Rlch
l&pes. i'jtrty of ladles enjoyed an outing
ethi Bradley property In North Tin
tot Sunday, spending tho day in rath
k tint nuts. In the party wore Mm
n Lamb, ITaynes. FIHda. Schofleld
fct Maude Wells returned to her home
Ktftam vesterdav after a sojourn
a Hinds In thin city.
oBjb 0. Frecklcton and wife are at
gMtatj esnference at the. capital,
jm W. Young of McCornlck & Co.'n
Hbieeonpanled bv Mrs. Toung, is
Wt with his relative at tho capl-
irttfi of the Eagles lodge enjoyed
ifiBjetawn on Monday evening, follow
WtP regular lodge work and tho con
of degrees upon a. number of can-
,9tPfouU, T)r Gas ana Jack Mitchell
tBj 4 trip to Pnyaon In the former's
J(Ka. Frank o and two sons 'nnd W. E.
!W?nt Tuesday and Wednesday at
'fcx Marshal Major Church and wife
WWwUh the former's brother In Utah
-tJVT lut Sunday.
Frank Barret was a Provo visitor
rKe.8 B" W1,son 5Pcnt Sunday at
U' T'- Sullivan was tho guest
-Kf ftether at Payson on Sunday. j
iW Persftn was at Payson on Sunday.
IfcBi5 Tylor made a trip to Salem on
tVpi for a visit with Mrs. Taylor.
lftiM Urs. Georgo Jones and Mr.
Ray Jones, all of Robinson. re
home Sundav evening after an
'PM "Phl, making the trip by auto.
$ iP , F. Gear was tho guest of Salt
JP Wends during the week.
BE- H. Osbron and Mrs. Henry
were Salt Loko visitors this
rfH&'; A.. Henscl and Fon George were
fKL - Bait Lake on Tuesday by the
IIH"'' Mrs. Henscl, who was taken ill
UK? ta home nftcr a visit with
4HLV John Cronin of Silver
jWed an auto rld to Provo on
LlHr & MeChryBt&l, superintendent at
nj.1"6' was In Salt Lako Wed
aRLJpWna, Billings left Wednesday
va lor a short visit at the capital.
vtS.Mrs, C. C Griggs enjoyed an
blf.C? k11 this week, taking
jWts at the State fair. Thoy left
"7 ttomlng and return home to
Mrs, John Gatloy were among
!M. prPle who visited at Salt
lb ?$u LM'ey. one of tho teachers
EJ'OWic sohool, took her pupils for
ESS.on Saturday. They vlslttul tho
Us ! b? .nyon' where tho autumn
'.iht .ii thelr 0e3t Jst now, and the
wWwei fotUo ror tho lunche0n
lKtu..p.ubLtc "chool laHt Friday aftor
Genevieve Sulllvan'a pupils
llliBtram.w a Vcrv Ph'asant Burprlse
UHPietot6 " -fmes waa followed by
AIa,1Bon and daughter, Miss
flPut1uB : Ui0g"CDjf of SaIt 'Lallt'
t!V'..D' Sullivan and daughter.
jK 'rceua( are visiting at Salt
:'Sl'tuil Iju,'!n nnd daughter, Miss
litlKtari 111 tl,u caP,tftl lhis "ok
Er TomllnHon roturned home on
it7triena(len d,iya fiyJour" vrltU
IBtihdctunicd on Saturday aftnr
jAJL;h Pmvo friends.
rB5dav wleB WftJt I" tho capital on
SWHStl? R,Id family attnndod tho
' R4iV:l-and L Wonnellv left on
-iBKiUl f6T a fw 5a5'3' Btay
EBfte,i64 of Mmmoth transacted
lBhth. fi 1 thin week and then
V'f T t &nCl otncr attractions.
' ;BfftriJl?nr' of Robinson waa coiled
itjKF it hor sfsV WCk by th flerl"
st?rt)vo0f Man,moth haa moved Wa
wtor jrrascr, who has for the
9ntn boon making her home
with her daughter, Mrs. A. J Hyde at
San Diego, Cal., returned to Eurcku on
Monday morning. Mrs. Frawtr will re
main here for some tlmi as the scust of
the family of her son, David Mills.
Dr. Steele Bailey, Sr.. returned to Mam- 1
moth a few duyK ago nftcr an enjoyable'
outing In California and Nevada.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jones of Robin- i
son were the guests of Salt Lake friend3 '
during tho week. j
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. DriscOll were in Salt
Lake for a short visit early in tho week.
Mlsa Alberta Brown, a former teacher
In the local schools, Is to ho married to
James L. Belllston of Nephi. the cere
mony to take place on October 15. j
J. II. McKnlght was In Beaver during
tho early part of the week.
Herbert Hones made a trip to Mona on
Monday for the purpose of looking after
his ore-hauling contract at the Eva mlno.
r her! Gus J Henrlod was at Salt
Lake this week on business.
The young ladles of the S. E. G. B.
club were entertained by the Misses
Hc onaand Belle Lasley at the home of
Mrs. Frank Canity on Tuesday evening.
After a short time spent in sewing, the
guems were treated to a dainty repast.
Miss Sophia Nlsongcr of Snntoquln Is
the guest of her slater. Mrs. Thomas
.ulr' xn,d- y.r8, El Dugan arc visiting
with Rlchrteld friends.
Spcclnl to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 5 Mr. and Mrs. H. Al
bert entertained at :i dinner Sundav even
ing at tholr home In honor of the eigh
teenth birthday anniversary of their
daughter. MIfs Minnlo Albert. The home
was beautifully decorated throughout
with pink and white roses, carnations and
maidenhair fom. In the dining room a
canopy of pink and white was arranged
In festoons from tho border celling to
the chandelier, where they were each
fastened beneath an effective arrange
ment of maidenhair fern. The tnblo was
decorated with vases of pink and white
roses and carnations and the blrtthday
cake, with Its pretty decorations and
olghteen pink and white candles formed
the centerpiece. Covers were laid for
forty, a placo card tied with pink ribbon
marking the place for each guest.
Mrs. David C. Eccles and Mrs. David
Ecclco arc visiting friends In Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Bristol and
Miss Minnie Klcsel wre among the Og
den peoplo at tho Irrigation Congress
ball at the Hotel ITtah In Sail Lake
Thurnday evening. Friday Miss Klcsel
was the guest of Mayor and Mrs. Samuel
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Van Meter have
arrived from -Chicago and will make tlnMr
home in Ogdeu. Mr. Van Meter has ac
cepted a position ns assistant cashier of
the Ogdcn Stato bank.
Tho members of the Martha society
will be the guests of Mrs. H. C. Bigelow
at tholr ncNt meeting.
Miss Eva Shurtllff entertained at an
Informal 5 o'clock tea Monday evening
in compliment to Miss Etta Stalcy. Over
tho conter of the table was suspended
a largo white wedding bell, from the top
of which long white ribbon streamers
extended to each plate and at the end of
each was tied with a bow a bounnet of
white brides' roses. Whlto rosebuds and
hand-painted placo cards with a dnlnty
bride's slipper adorned with orange blos
soms wore an added attraction to the
porfeotly laid tablo. Following tho tea
a pleasant evening was spent in musk
and fireside forecasts of the prospective
Tho regular meeting of the Child Cul- .
ture club, which was announced to ho
held at 3 p. m. Tuesday, October 1. hafl
been postponed for one week.
The mnrrlago of Miss Etta ftaley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Staley,
and Carl Schilling of San Francisco took
placo Wednesday evening at S o clock in
tho parlors of the First Congregational
church. Tho ceremony was performed
by the Rov. F. G. Bralncrd In the .pres
ence of relatives and a few close friends.
The parlors were decorated with autumn
leaves. The brido wore a traveling suit
of blue and wan attended by Miss Monlda
Browning. Walter Schilling of San
Francisco, brother of the bridegroom,
was best man. Immediately after the
cernmonv Mr. and Mrs. Schilling left for
Salt Lake, leaving that city tho follow
ing day for Los Angelen. After a tour
of southern California and a short stay
in Redwood City thoy will make their
home In Palo Alto, Cal., whero they will
be at homo to their friends nftcr No
vember 15. Tho brido hiu. resided In
Onden for the past ten years and wan
a social favorite. Mr. Schilling is the
son of A. Schilling of tho firm of A.
Schilling & Co.. and J a member of tho
Miss Ella Mitchell visited with friends
In Salt Lake during the week.
Tho Sego Lily Thimble club met Wed
nesday afternoon at the horns of Mrs.
Mrs- C W. Ivereon and children are
visiting in Corlnne with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. G. Brown.
Mlos Irol Slmmorson will entertain the
Hellanthus club at Its next meeting.
The Homo Culture club was entertained
bv Mrs. J. E. Becson at her home Thurs
day afternoon. Papers wore given by
Mrs. Frank Hawkes, Mrs. T. t. Horn
and Mrs. H. Markle. Tho next meeting
1 will be held at the homo of Mrs. E. L.
Howes, Thursday. October 17.
A pretty home wedding was solemnized
Monday at 2 p m. at tho Donnelson
home, when Miss Mildred E. Donnelson
and James N. Newey were united In
i marriage by Bishop D. II. Ensign. Only
the Immediate relatives of tho young
couple and a fow close friends were pres-
ent. After the ceremony a wedding sup-
per wtis served. Mr. and Mrs. Newey
will make their home in Ogden.
Tho Rev. Frederick Vlnlng Fisher,
pastor of tho First Methodist church, re
turned Tuesday from San Francisco.
Mr and Mrs. J, N. Poteraon woro ten
dered a surprise Monday evening by a
number of their frlonds who gathered at
their home for a. social evening. Tho
evening was spont in music and dancing,
and refreshments were served to thlrty
Twenty children wore entertained at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will TOIIIamH
Tuesday in honor of the tlrst birthday
annlverVar? of their little daughter,
Ruth. A luncheon waH nerved, the t din
inc table being ornamented with a birth
day cako with ono candlo. beneath
streamers of red ribbon suspended from
So f chandelier. After the luncheon the
chUdron were taken on an auto ride and
Presented with small boxes of candy as
The Rev. nnd Mrs. If. D. Zimmerman
1tiVm the B. Y. P. U. meeting
Tuwday eve ng at the parish house.
TI " business session was followed by n
Sdol hour, during which music and
refreshments were enjoyed.
r vrK J E Guernsey left sun-
, MrC t nutomobl e trip to California.
'3hl they Sntemplato making their
home W. H. Johnson accompanied thorn
Snd will return to Ogdcn after a brief
visit on the coast.
VtU Stanley Dee will entertain the
jliKs' xSSw dh Wednesday. Octo-
beMlVaes Minnie and Sarah Albert were
2SJ L 8 at the dancing party given
iSforah club, of wch they are
Seiiberi; at the Odeon Monday -ven-
Lnd Mrs. E. 6. Kimball of Salt
tift w Jro thetguests of Mr. and Mrs.
b; f. Thoma Sunday.
a tlnr of the Children's Aid bo
elib2rl$ t the home of
MMr JS SSTa 8. aunnell visited In
Bo "d thIdaho points the past
WT?e Hlatoricl goe.8
TheubK'fo0; the day w
"pur City. Sanltar- and Beautiful." In I
charge of Miss 1Ih Pierce. .
Mr, and .Mr. William Weber have left :
this lity for r trip through the ast and .
.south. Ther will bo gone about llei
. Mrs. n. W. Niebling and dauRhter arcl
,tho guojitu of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Keener
I for a fw lys. en route to their home
j Mrs. W. U Wattls ypont Thursday in
Mrs. Alice Harris and two daughters.
.Grace and Esther, returned Sunday from
ji throe weeks' trip to New York city and
j other eastern points.
j Mr. and Mra. A. A. P.lchtcr loft Fri
day evening for a four months' visit on
Mrs. R. a. Wells has returned home
after a visit In Los Angeles and other
southern California points.
Robert .Majors has sone to Logan,
where he will enter the Agricultural col
lege. Mrs." V. S. O'Brien was hostess to the
member-? of St. Josephs Sewing society
Thursday afternoon at St. Josephs hall.
I PEOVO. !
Special to Th: Tribune.
PROVO. Oct. '..One of the most bril
liant affuirn of the week was the wedding
reception slvcn Friday evening at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Glazier. ISO North Third East,
to celebrate the marriage of Miss Mallne
Glnzler and Archie O. Gardner. One
hundred quests gathered at the Glazier
home. Prof. Gudmundson'3 orchestra
from the reception hall, furnished music.
The gucBts were received bv .Mr. and
Mrs. Glazier. Mrs. II. O. Gardner and the
bride and sroom, who stood under a
bower of foliage studded with chrysanthe
mums. The dlnlncroom was decorated
In the prevailing colors, and on the table
waa a largo bowl of American Beauty
rospt?. Mr. nod Mrs. Gardner will make
:heir home In Den-.
The youim ladlwi of the Provo high
school met Tuesday afternoon and, under
tin direction of Mrs. A. F. Palm and
Miss Bearss, organized a "Girl's Society."
The following were elected as officers:
Mlts Lolo Robinson, president; Miss Zlna
Rawllngs, vice president: Miss Electa
Wood, secretary, Miss Estella Manwarlng.
treasurer: Miss Lucllc Ferguson, Miss
Anna Bartholomew and Miss Lydla Clulf,
Miss Martha Klnkc waa the recipient
of a very pleasant surprise Tuesday even
ing at the home of Mrs. Nancy Tiffany,
Fourth East and Second South streets.
The affair was given a3 a farewell to
Mrs. Klnkc. who leaves next week for
Salt Lake to make her home. Forty
members of the relief society were prcsr
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sutton and son.
Lynn, and Miss Virginia Sutherland left
this week for Washington. D. C, for the
winter. Lynn Sutton and Miss Sutherland
will attend school there.
Mrs. George Havercamp accompanied
by Mrs. W. B. Searlc, passed tho greater
part of the week In tho state capital.
Mrs. Havercamp will visit her daughter,
Norma, who Is attending school there.
! Mrs. Llda Smith and Mrs. Ilattlo Stod-
dard, who have been In Provo a month.
have returned to tholr homes In Wyoming.
Mr and Mrs. Nowoll W. Smith passed
tho Tore part of the week In the state
capital. After visiting the fair Mrs.
Smith returned and Mr. Smith went to
: Farmlngton on business.
Mr and Mrs. J. IT. Hodson. Mr. awl
tfrs. John T. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs, II. G.
ilumenthal. Misses Eva Hampshire. Kate
leand;r nnd Mr and Mrs. Alvin V.
Soblson won visitors to the stato capital
luring the week.
Mrs. Ida Smoot Dusenberry pnlertalned
with a delightful party Monday night In
tonor of Mr. and Mrs. Archie O. Gardner.
Evho woro marrkd last week. Only rela
tives were present.
Mrs. It. E. Wolf of Portland. Or.. Is
here to paps tho nevt two months visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
The Utah SoroiMs club mcl Wednesday
iftornoon with Mrs. W. L Ulerch.
Intcreotlng report of the hlonnlul meet
ing In San Francisco was given by Mrs.
P. R. Callaway.
Mrs. Nelson W. Tiffany entertained at
ii dinner party Friday evening compli
mentary to Mrs. Andrew N. Holdaway,
who is moving to Salt Lake. Covers
wero laid for twelve.
The ladles Aid society of the Congre
KHllonal cliurch gave a social lYlda af
ternoon at tliii homo of Mrs. L. A. out
bcrtson. Miss Margaret Sumnicrhays, one or
Salt Lake's talented singers, was In
Provo Sunday, tho guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. William Knight.
G A. Carson of FalnlHd nnd Lovina
Johnson of Cedar Fort came to Provo
Monduy and were quietly married in the
county courthouse. Clerk Mark 1..
Kartchner, Jr.. officiating-
After living In Provo and Olmsted many
ycVrs? Mr. and Mrs.. A. E. Thornhlll have
gone to Boise, Ida,, to make their home.
Mrs- Andrew B. Morgan passed a part
of the week in Spanish Fork visiting rela
tives. Mrs. R. R- Irvine. Mrs. Sam Schwab.
Mrs. J. B. Ashton. Mlss Mern Ander
son Miss Carrie Wilson and Miss Rao
Baxter were Salt Lake visitors during
Miss Mildred Jensen, who has been six
wecka In MUford, has returned.
Mrs. S. R- A thin of Milford la hero for
a short' stay with hrr parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J- E. Jensen.
Mrs. J. H. Durrant entertained at a 6
o'clock dinner Sundny in honor of the
two famlllfH of the late Frank Scott, who
have Just returned from Mexico.
The engagement of Miss Bciva oooa
man and Jesse O. Haws has been an
nounced, tho marriage to take place this
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Farrer and daugh
ter Grace and Maud, wero Salt Lake
visitors during the week.
Miss Ilattlo Sutton passed the greater
nart of tho week in Salt Lake and Lay
ton. Her visit to the latter place waa to
see Ml" Ruth Foster, formerly of this
The "Bllllo" club mot Monday night
with Minn Norma Poulton. The next
meeting "ill be at tho homo of Miss
Mrs R. D. Sutton has returned to her
home 'in Park City after awo weeks In
Strawberry valley and the Garden city.
Mrs C. W- Watklns has returned to
Sa'lt Lake after a pleasant week with
friends In this city.
Mr and Mrs. James E. Daniels are down
from' Colton for a few days.
... r. i- T nnY tr n1
Mr and Mrs. a. -
Mrs " Rondo Simmons wore among the
Provonns ; who visited the fair in Salt
I,5k this week.
'm J E. Rhode of Eureka has been In
Provo a. fow( days visiting friends.
The Nineteenth Century club held its
rriiular meeting at the homo of Mrs. IT.
Thomas. An Interesting paper on
"ShX spearc" was given by Mrs Thorn,
as Though tho efforts of the club Miss
Amy Eaton. Instructor of sociology, gave
a lecture s Friday evening at tho Cen
tral school. .
Mm O. W. Bailey entertained with a
f-imily dinner at her home Wednesday
in honor of Clyd- McAdam of Arizona.
The St s were Mrs. Ruth Ballcv. Mr.
oi Mrs J, "W. McAdam. and the Mlsse-i
Ethel and Ora Bailey and Edna Howe
and Vert McAdam. Mr. McAdam, re
turned Tuesday from a two months tour
of the east, whero ho was th guest of
j li Brouehton. Mr. Broughton re
mained In Illinois for the time being and
on his return the two wjll go to Arizona
for tho winter.
Afrtoiur tho conference visitors from
trnvo Friday were Mr. and Mrs. J. Wll
uim ICnlght, Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Hanke,
IS S ; Mb. Roecoe Van Wasreacn,
Misses Ilorence and Jane Bee, Miss Eu
doni Eggcrtscn and Miss Bessie John
son. MIsh Edna Loveless of Payson was In
Provo this week, the guest of MIks Lucile
PARK CITY. I
Special to The Tribune.
PARKK CITY. Oct. 5. Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Evans entertained very pleas
antly at their home Tuesday evening.
The Whist club members and a num
ber of other friends were the guest.
The prizes were awarded as follows.
Mrs. Allen and Mr. Forslund. guest
prizes, and Mr. Brldgland and Mrs. Sut
ton, club prizes. The guests present
were the Misses Edna Sutton. Ada Kim
ball. Mne Ballllc, Mrs. Ida Tourey, Mrs.
Marjorlc Muffet. Mrs. F. M. Smith. Mrs.
Gertrude do Hagar and Mrs. Anna M.
Kopp; Messrs. and Mesdamcs Buck.
Begg8, Brldgland, W. D. Sutton, Thomp
son. McEwan. O. W. Allen, O. A. Fors
lund. S. E. Whltcly and Grover Evans.
Mrs. Peter Martin and daughter, Mlsa
Mary Martin, were Salt Lake passengers
during the week.
Pce Martin visited III Salt Lake sev
eral days during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Whltcly enter
tained the members of the "Evening
Card" club and a number of Invited
guests at their home Thursday evening.
.Mrs. Forslund. Mrs. Evans. Mr. Brldg
land and Mr. Allen were the prize win
ners. The Invited guests were as fol
lows: The Misses Agnes Harrington.
Mae Ballllc. Agnes Lusty. Graco Brooks.
Meisra. and Mead am cs W. D. Sutton, J.
W. Thompson. Brldgland, Walter Evans.
D. E Russell. Frank Dnlley. Paul Bill
ings. G. E. Hedges. Short. F. W. Mc
Ewan. O. C. Lockhart. Foralund, Frankel,
Allen, Browning, and Mrs. Anna M.
Kopp, Mrs. Hagar, Dr. Bardsley and Joe
Mrs. Frankel visited with relatives In
Snlt Lake during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fernette, Miss
May Fernette and Mr. and Mrs. George
Crossman were passengers to Salt Lake
the early part of the week.
Dr. J. J. Oalilgan spent Tuesday In
the Park with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Paxton were out
going passengers Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. T. A. Brldgland entertained the
members of tho "500" Card club at her
homo Saturday afternoon.
Miss Hannah Lecompte Is in Salt Lake,
the guest of Mrs. Wallaco Bransford.
Mrs. P. J. Fallon and Mrs. Jack Welsh
aro homo after sovenil days with friends
In Salt Lake.
Mrs. F. J. McNally and son Clalro en
Joyed a short visit In Salt Lako this
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Payne visited Salt Lako dur
ing the week.
Misses Agnes Harrington. Dona Thomp
son, Jennie Meagher and Mao Balllls mo
tored to Salt Lake Monday ovcnlng to
see tho great electrical pageant.
Mrs. G. B. Fahrendorf and little 3on
loft Monday afternoon for their home in
Ely, Nov. Mrs. H. S. Laurence accom
panied them to Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hales and Miss
Hazel TTales wero conference visitors
during tho week.
Miss Kate Mnlone, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
and Mrs. C. W. Hodgson were visitors
to Salt Lake to sec the sights at tho
Emmett Shields. .Too McLaughlin,
George Bockcr and Ed Walker visited
Salt Lako Monday evening,
Mrs. Brldset Hurley was a passenger
to Salt Lake Sunday afternoon.
Misses Etoial Martin and Susio Shields
arc visiting with friends and relatives in
Mrs. Mnrparot D. Rogers spent Tues
day In Park City with her son, Earl
Miss Edna TUrshlzer enjoyed the things
of Interest In Zlon the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Canty wore fair vis
itors Wednesday afternoon.
Rob Hurley Is visiting In Salt Lake.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Billings drove to
Salt Lako Monday to see tho big parade.
A. R. Waltland loft for Eureka Wed
nesday afternoon, where ho will reside.
Earl Rogers was an outgoing passenger
Mrs. Hcnrv Fares returned to Park
City Thursday morning ator an ex
tended slay In Salt Lake.
Leo Shields returned to Salt Lake Sun
day afternoon after several days spent
In Park Clly with relatives.
Dr. H. N. Mayo. John S. Lewis. S J.
Richmond. S. E. Evans and Sam Paul
grand lodge officers, paid an official visit
to Malta commandery, Knights Templar
lodge. Thursday evening, a banquet was
served after the lod work was com
pleted, Ex-Marshal E. P. Evans and son.
Grover. came over to the Park from
their home in Bonlta Monday afternoon.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians en
Joyed a social evening Tuesday In tho
lodtre rooms. A banquet was had and
J, P. Burns acted as toastmastcr.
The Epperson orchestra of Provo gave
a grand ball In Rosband's hall Wednes
Alex. McDonald returned to his home in
the Park during tho week after an ab
senco of several months in California.
Mrs, Levy Backus has returned to her
homo In Golcondn, Nov, aftr a short
visit in the Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frythal returned
to the Park Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Richardson and chil
dren are home again after a pleasant
visit with relatives In Payetto, Ida,
I BINGHAM. j
SpttUl to The Trlbtina.
BINGHAM. Oct. 6. Mr. M Mr. J. J. Dorlo.
at Boston ComollflRtoiJ No. J. yen tWea a d
HcMiul rurprlto prty by tholr many fiindi
rridxy eTculng. Music and cxrAi n-er fficre
at tho evening, followed by aa otaborata leach.
TTioi prraant wire Mtra. mj Mud am n W, L
U:Us. J. W. Vonl. Thomas Caulfleld. Bfotty
nreonfr. T. J. DiicVliy, Loali o!nn, Auiiin
LatIcIc. J. R. Miner, C W. Tolhurat, narrry
r.niott ana j. w. luc.
Clifford Mayar li liltlnir frlenda la Loican.
A plaaaaat rurprUe rrty a UndTl Mm.
8, T. Karilln by a number ot frtenflt at htr
hoe Thurdy tTaalnc. WTiIn waa tha tani
of the. evening-, prizes bains avarded aa fol
low! Flrrt pri:e. Mra. Henry Sorrows and
laadorr- Oauchnt: twind prlre. Mr, R. R. Orer
and John Jimjaon. St.: comolatloaa fell to Mr.
T. C. WIHUmion tud Ton Kerdla. Tha ferii
present wero Mefirs. and Mndaaies John Jimp
ton, Br.. R- R- Grer. Jo CaTenautchj Mesdamea
Henry ?orn03. T. C. willlamion, W. H. Cralr.
J. H. White.. Altxrt Marriott. Fred Talraar and
I.' M. Oaoehat.
Tha famlHaa of Jarome Botrrjwrd. tr. C N.
nay aart "Dr. K. U Inrlnby laft U flrat of Uia
week for Callfomla. whara lhay will ipend tef.
Joa D Fr1a and family ar rliltlnc rlatlrti
na Eltta Terra haa raturael from a wek'i
rtitt with relatlTta In OunnUon. Utah.
Harry Kratatr Pf Ndlaa. Cal., waa In eanp
Frad J. Mulr ind family haT rTnT--1 to
Olanwood Sprlnra. Colo.
Mr- Ctarlaa Coddlr.jtoa left Monday for her
horna ta Nada, aftar a -wlatl ot two moathi with
ralatlrea In caap.
A rjtnral danea waa flraa la tha t O. O. T.
ball t Uppar UlCfhaia Tuaaay araalnj.
Mr. and Mra. C E. Addarley wara rart of
Mr M-d Mr. AJbert Maniatt en an auto rtda
laRlertc3 and olhar oeighborfnc townt Sun
day. Rlciard Cobde hu uooa to Naw TotV for
t, two rnoathi Tttlt.
Mr. and Mra. C Alklnon haa raturotd fro a
a trip to Mount Pliaat.
Hit. Victor Eclcmta and Mr. Qnrta Chandlar,
who hata bra t1U1sc retttlrea ta Kaaa Ctty,
hte reluraM home.
Ira. C M. Petertoa of Ppialih Fork li taa
rutit of Mra. Jcteph Dertcr.
Mr. VT. V. Faal and daa;hter raturael thU
week fro a a monlh'i rltlt tn California.
Mrs. J. t. r.rtnt ot Upper ntschaa haa re-
turaM from Tooele, wtef e is rlaitl her ,
Specltl to The Tribune.
t-OGAN. Oct. i.Urt. A. II. Thospioa i hoa
te at a bridge party Thunday atwraooa In
honor ot Mra. LckiUo Kimball, wbo haa beea
paailn; the lummer In I-ogan. Th Thoapaoa
hoc: oa Caat Center ttttti wai beautifully deco
rated with Cower, asd after teteral Icteraitlne
Ctmra a dellcloui lusch waa terre. Beautiful
prlre-s were awardexl. Mra. Thornpaon waa aa-
liteO by her ilater. Mn. J. D. Saepird.
Tha rexnlar sieeetlnR Monday of the) A. C.
Woraaa' cluh waa held at tho boa of Mm. J.
A. Wldttoe. Mra. Sidney 0. Sterena had ebarxo
of tho programme,. Two new member wer ad
mitted. Mra. rtobert Benford and Mra. Harrla.
Rcfrahtr.onta ara aerved. Mil Hmma Lucy
GatM waa a guest.
Wedneaday the Clio elrda met at tbn noma of
Mra. D. II. Thomaa. Tha topic wa 'The Great
Gale-jto." by Joao Eehesary. Mlaa Nettle Sloaa
aann a -election from 'Carmen." Rtfreshnenu
Monday afternoon Mln Carroon Reason eatar
tatnad Klrl friends at a pretty afternoon affair.
Th A. C. Wornan'a Faculty leiru held Ita
Aral meetlnc for tha year at the college Friday.
Mra. Claire niagham. Mra. John T. Gtlne 111. and
Mil Hittle Smith ware the hoitaase. Plana for
tho year'a meeting and programme were ar
ranged. Mra. U. Llnnarii aasg two delightful
Saturday rrofesior and Mra. S A. HlnVley ea
tertalsed the It. T. faculty at a delUhtful even
Saturday evening an entertainment was glren
by the Cache ataVe ofacera of the primaries.
They entertained the local officer and rlalloV
of the primary aoclatloa from Salt 1-ake. and
surrounding town. About 100 gueata wer present
Miss Clara Cardoa entertained at a party
Wednesday erenlng to celebrate her birthday. The
rooms were brightened with autumn leare and
flowers. Among the giieats were Mines Oreta
Smith. Kettle GooJwIa. Florence Carllale. Georgia
Fullmer. Vton Thatehar. Virginia Dateon, Jeaale
Hceles, nuth Howell, Florence N'lbley and Ada
Milton: Meaars. H. Bosaard. Nebeker, Clajton
Pre-ston. Conrad Odell. Eastman Hatch. 3. ncclea.
Jean Stewart. I Smith. Guy Poulton and Lw
A reception waa held at the home of Mrs. Jane
M. Pitkin We-lnee-day to celebrate the ninety
ninth birthday of her mother. Mr .F.llzabeth
Howe Uullerd Hyde. A large number of friends
of tht honored ad charming old lady called
during the day.
Among tho many who went to Salt Lake to
enjoy the attractions there during th week were
Mr. and Mr, noract Nebrk-r. Mr. and Mrt.
Reed 6hmheArt. Mr aad Mrs. Weston Howell.
Mr. snd Mrs. Herchl Rullen. Mr. and Mr.
George Thoma. Mr. and Mr. John T. Calne III.,
Mr. and Mr. Sylran Ne4hara. Mr. and Mr.
Ror Rudolph. Dr. and Mr. T. S. Smith. Mlis
Ellrabeth 6mlth. Mr. and Mr. TV. W. Mc
Liughlln and Mr. and Mrs. Joieph n. Carden.
Serge B. Campbell of Salt Iv.ke pwfd the lat
ter part of the wek tn tflgan.
Dr. J. A. WldUoo haa returned from Salt Lake,
harlng gone to attend the National Irrigation
Herman Herma and ron of Salt Lake were
Logan visitor Tiirrday and "CVednMday.
Mr. Loulre Kimball, who haa parsed three
roonlha tn Logan, will return to hrr home In
the eart tho latter psrt of this week.
Mr. Torgenon went to Salt Lake Tuesday to
be the gut of her daughter, Mr. "Walter Pyper.
for three weeks.
George T. Thatcher l In Salt Laka, the guest
of his clU-r, Mrs. U Squlraa.
Mlje Amanda Ilolbrook returned Monday from
a pleaaant summer In Idaho.
Mr. and Mra. N. TV. Haus hare returned from
Mil Allle Prankln of 1a Grand, Or., Is In
Logan to attend school.
Judgo Gunnel) ot 0;da waa a Logan -rlsllor
during tho week.
M1r Mi Benson Is rlsltlng Salt Lake rla
tUea and friend.
Mr. and Mrn. Jesle Stratford of reeatello. Ida.,
am visiting here.
Mr. and Mrs. William McNeil are visiting In
Mlrs Msy Toungbers of Ogden Is Tlrltlng friends
George H. Champ haa returned from Colorado
Springs, where he accompanied bis aon Frits,
who will remain In Colorado this winter at
tending the, St. Ste-fens. academy.
H. P. Jennings ot Los Angelea was the guat
of Mr. aad Mrs, A S. Home during the week.
A. M. Fleming has returned from aa extended
vlelt in the eaat. Mr. Fleming will not return
Special to The Tribune.
MURRAY. Oct 5. Mr. and Mr. A V. Lueranea
have returned from Ban Dlrgo, Cal.
Mr. and Mr. A. S. White of Idaho are guests
M tha latter' parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. P
T. C Darls and family ara down from Brigh
ton Tlsltlas with relatlTer.
MUs Carrna Joata entertained Saturday erru
Ing tor eight of her friondi.
Mir Irma Saarr ot Douglas. Ida,, baa bean the
gne.it of tho Mlsaea Roile Arnold and Midge
Snarr of this city.
Mr- and Mr. "Walter Rogera left Monday for
a hunting trip at Buena Vlata.
Arthur Townsend will learn Tuesday for Chi
cago, The marriage of Miss Rae Relnhr1br aad
Harry Davl will take placo at the bride's heme
In Salt Lake 8unday, October 6. at noon.
Amos Whitehead of Spanlth Fork la tho gueat
of hi brother. Leonard Whitehead of thl city.
I. Barlow of Clearfield baa been risking rela
tive In town.
Joseph Smith aad Krnest Carlton ara aajoylsr
a three week' enillag In California.
Frd Whear of Tooela has beea a Murray visitor
during the wk-
Mr. Charlea FlSeld of ralrrtrw, Ida., aad Mlaa
Kdna Fowler of Goshen ara guejta of Mra. Nattla
Han i en.
Martin Larroti. wife aad three daughter of St.
George are rlsltlng relatives here.
Mr. I n. Powell aad HtUe daughter hava re
turned from a pleaaaat visit In California.
Mr. Ed Brown la vlaltlng at Falrrlaw, Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Onglej of Pocatello. Ids.,
ara vtsltlsg la Muiray with relstlves and
The young ladles' aad youag mea's nutaal will
open In the Flrat ward "Wedneiday with a pro
gramme and dance.
Mr. aad Mrs. laadoro Selvln of Bingham Can
yon have returned to thla city, where they will
res I d.
Sp:lal to The Tribune.
JOSRPH, Oct. Th atork visited the homi
of Mr. and Mrs. R. C Fklacer laat Sunday.
Mother aud baby girl are doing well.
Clarence "Williams and Harfctrt Howlett of Mon
ro wr In Joseph Sunday.
Jouo Wlllea relumed Sunday, aftar a all
weeks' trip to the oorth.
A parly wa given Sunday evening In hoaoj
of Mrs. U L. Well and family, who will -leavi
for thatr winter vacatloa la Provo.
"HIS BETTER SELF"
"A stirring western drama," by tha
Broncho Film Co.
-THE WORTH WHILE WEDDING"
Drama by tha Comat company.
"THE CUCKOO CLOCK"
A touching story of si-farlng folks:
It grips the heart and brings tears of
lymnathy. Wonderfully acted by tal
Special to The Trtboae.
I SALINA. Oct. t. The marriage of Htlraer H.
Petenoa of allca and Mt Mary Aha of Vet
cilllloa took plate at the Maatl temple oa
Wednesday ef last wtV.
Lea Clark of Rich'eld left yraterday for Chi
cago to complete a three year eoari la dta-tla-y.
Mr. Matilda Neltca spent the early part of
the week visiting with frlenda and relatlfe
at Salt Lake.
Lee Sonensoa left for Tooel. wiser he wl
remain durtng tte winter.
Mr. Chrt Mortaao la ipeadiag the wk
with her daughter. Irs. Daltoa of Sinnytd.
MUs Joe rtroa pat lit pail week at Salt
I SALEM. )
Special to The Tribune.
SALEM. OeL 5 Th T. L M. I. A. of Salem
gave an elaborate fruit fettlval Tueiday even
ing at th meeting houae. Fifty gaeaU weiv
Alice Lund of Ephralra and Glen J Hudaoa
of Salt Uke were guests at the horee of BUbop
and Mrs, N. C. Cbrlateaieo durtpg the week
John Cloward and family vlille.1 relatives and
friends la Tayjon daring th week.
Eunice Iversoa. F-ather Flnlayon. Prlacllla
Cbrlatenien, Emma Sablb. Ellla Moaugue. Leo
BardfUy and Roy Davla returned Saturday even
ing from Caatllla, where they had paacd th
Herman Snow and family returned from the
mountains yesterday aad w remain here dar
log the winter.
Chris Jorgeasen Is back from Idaho
Thomas W. Lerwcll of Payson waa In Salem
during the week.
J MOUNT PLEASANT.
Splal to Th Tribute. J
MOUNT PLEASANT. Oct, k-M. 4 34f 1
L IXtkge 111 M4r tf a vttl to ftiU Lai H
We4ceday rvealat Mtoa Vlrgtela fitlt-ert rn H
tertalntd th Katwrlty gtrla. THe ko en
ore4 th ercstaag ere MUae Vera aVW B
Alton Juiiifi. VeaHi Mcnaea aiad sH4 Je H
Metrr. Ed Maiea aad Aoattn Mgsmm
Wednesday for a wreka' May la Kasaw H
Mra. Boon Otothecsoa passed part t tko eek H
In Salt Lake.
Mr. R. A. BraidsMrH It vtaHtaig Irtcwt n
Sallca ad Rlfhied.
Th Waaauh acadesy faeally gai ltght- H
ful reetpUoa to the pa Iron Friday evn4sg B
The Mouat Plaaaaat baad returned Wedai
after a delightful trip to Salt Lake. H
Dr. and Mra. Earla are vtaUtoz Mkas Qcmesr
JohsHoa la Salt LaV. H
Mtta Etla NfUna of Salt Lake a vtalDig
her moihf r, Mrs. . H. 5. Nt ilsea. H
Mt Mary Trtartoa la vtitttng trtraata tar to
Mr. ad Mr. J. W. Aaatui gave a 4ne
party Wednesday evening, the oeajea W4o( Mrm H
Aaaand'a birthday. H
Mr aad Mr. Clin Mo4toa air vtitliag M-s
MottM'a paresis In Salt Lake. H
Dr. aad Mrs. Will Winter arr itsMIC M:
Winter" slater. Mrs. WhlitaVer. ta tw.
The Tweetieth Ccutwj efcitt siet Trstir a
the home ot Mlaa Annie Jafeaaiaa, H
Mr. ad Mr. Charte Peokalter lit t':i
to Salt Lake, Provo and Payaoa. H
W. S. Nlelaoa and daughter nealvlen ictarnrO
Thursday from Salt Lake H
Mlia Cryital Jenten rvturaed li lat of
reek from a visit to northern Utah. H
The Twentieth Ccolury rtttb U et '
weak with Mlsa Winifred Jeaaea at tie. Horn- ot
ber mother. B
(Conthinwl on Following Pagc)
SALT LAKE THEATRE cC5i I
3 Nights sYTrt MONDAY NI6 HT I
350TH TO 354TH TIMES
JAS. K. HACKETT I
IN THE POWERFUL PLAY
"THE GRAIN OF DUST"
From David Graham Phillips' most celebrated novel, bv L01M& Evan Shioman
(author of "The Crisis," "D'Arcy of the Guards." "The Admiral." etc.
ASSOCIATED WITH MR. HACKETT WILL BE
Frazer Coulter Vaughn Trevor Frederick Sullivan
Frank Ourbcck Beatrice Becklcy Daniel Jarrett, J'.
rh..i , Olive Oliver Ellrabeth Stewart
unanes Lane WUd.i Marl Moore Mabel Inslcc
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Tickets now on sale.
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Tho Young Canuo. Jn The,p BumJo of Gab and Son5( H
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"Tho Awakening of Toy." WorM.B rbampIon Jumpor H
Ilitrmony and Comedy. AND ONE OTHER GREAT ACT.
Joe VAN BROTHERS Ernie.
ORPHEUM DAYLIGHT MOTION
The Boya With tho Toys. PICTURES
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I A rollicking mualcal Ublold. THE WORLD'S GREATEST MYSTIFIER,
"A House Boat Party" "ONAIP"
H Ten people. Ho revolves an upright piano in midair and It
"The Leap Year Girls." floats llko a soap bubble.
Hazel Josselyn. The Chinese TCP TUNG F00 sH
A Utah Girl. TIa-rry Lauder. t,c,D ,uwu rKJVJ
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