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B THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1913.
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Hi All matter to he Included in Sun-
day aoclety must b In this otflce no:
Utr than twelve o'clock noon Satur-
J ' 2CB of the very delightful affairs of
H ' I 1 e week was the reception and
H I I daiKo Riven at the Commercial
B V Hub last evening by the mombcrs
' of the new Utah Power & Light
B , company, more than 100 of the official
H , family, including the men and their wives,
B j being present to enjoy the evening. Tho
r receiving line, which Included D. C
B , Jackllni?, the president of the company,
Mr nnd Mm. G. K, Olnflln nnd Mr. nnd
fi Mr. Paul B. Sawyer, otcml In the ladles'
h ( parlor to receive the guax. great beds
H of PlniB nnd spring flower decorating
Hj tho place nil around them. I-ater the
i company parsed below to iti main din
Ing room of tho club, where an orchestra
P 1 rendered a fine programme of dance music
during thn evening. This room, too, watt
' decked wltli pnlmn nnd flowers, and
J , in the gold room adjoining, where a dcll
J loua supper was served In buffet style,
i beautiful decorations of flower and green
B wpro to ho seen: Among the guests, be
Hits those named, were .Mr. and Mm.
Stephen A. Balloy. .Mr. nnd Mr?, t. Walter
Jones, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur l. Smith. Mr.
and Mr?. 1C. B. Crltchbiw. M: . nnd Mrs.
W J, Dnrrettc. Mr. nnd JIr.. '. Jl. Inch,
Mr and Mrs. Loo Brnndenbcrj:r. Mr. and
Mrs J A. Twelves. Mr. nnd Mr., rtoy
Pharls. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Jcnnlns,
Mr and Mrs. A. E. Buckler. Mr, and .Mm
( 'mrlrs Humphrey, Mr. nnd Mtk. J. W.
H Bishop, Mr. Clicevor and hl mother, Mr.
Cmmlngs nnd his mother. Mr. nnd Mrs.
( George B. Thomas nnd others.
'i Th following from, the Portl.wid Ore
en. Ian will be read with Interest by Salt
Lake friends who recall thn brld as n
n "at attractive girl of the city xomc ten
rnrs ago. Her father, Mr. Cannon, was
1 r cltv editor of the Horn Id in Its for
Hj '"rr days, and wns well known in local
Ht rnspupcr clrrlc. 11 is now the city
' J tor of the Portlrind Telngrnm, the fnm
IK having made their homo In Portia nd
, f r some years pnxt:
At a slmply-nppolnted home wed
ding, befitting the Lcntftii season.
Miss ISIeanor Roial Cannon became
the brldo of Lyiine Kenneth Smith, a
oung advertising innn of this city,
I, Sunday. March 0, 101.'!. The ceremony
i look plnce at the reldence of the
bride's parent. Mr. nnd Mrs. P.. D.
Cannon. 1161 Milwaukee street, tho
, 1U. Oswald W. Taylor of Graco
Momorjal Episcopal church reading
tho scrvlco lti tho presence of the
mmcdlate relatives of the couple.
Thero wcro no attendants, the bride
being given away by her father.
Tlio bride was gowned' In white
i imported lingerie, hand-cmbroldnred,
, with marquisette and oponge. She
1 urrlcd a prayer book, with a. shower
bouquet of llllcs-of-thc-vallcy. Pink
was the dominant color of the deco
rations, nnd tho ceremony wns per
formed beneath a bower of pink
inrnatlos and sweet pens.
Immediately following the ccrc
n ony a dainty wedding luncheon was
served, tho dining room being deco
rated in white, with a profusion of
, Mr. and Mrs. Smith left at 3
Mrs. J. W. Bishop, formerly Miss Zula Houts of Provo, otto of tho attracts
ivc young matrons at tho reception at tho Commercial club last ovouing.
o'clock for a ten days' wedding trip,
which will take them to tho Pugel
Sound cities and as far as Victoria.
B. C. IJeturnlng here, they will re
main a sdiort tlmo while Mr. Smith
Is arranging business affaire, after
which they will go to Sun Francisco,
when- they Intend to make their
Captain and Mrs. Charles "W. Exton
entnrtnlned tho members of tho Evening
Auction Bridge club Inst overling nt their
nunrtcrs at Fort Douglas, six tables of
tho game preceding n delicious supper.
Tin? rooms wcro decorated with spring
(lowers and tho guests spent a delight
ful evening. Mrs. W. B. Graham assist
ed tho hostess by pouring coffee at the
Huppcr, and a number of the bachelor
officers assisted in serving.
An Important event of this evening In
a social as well as an artistic wny will
be the St, Patrick's day concert at the
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Farriers tiSr m Gowns)
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Salt Lake theater given under the di
rection of Miss Nora Gleason. Several
box parties have been arranged to oc
cupy the stalls and tho affair will bo
one of unusual interest to a Inrge num
ber of friends.
Mrs. William II. Cunningham nnd her
small ton will be here today from Cali
fornia to join Mr. nnd Mrs. John Deru
for a trip abroad. They will leave here
next Monday and will sail from New
York on Friday. March 28, for a tour of
Europe lasting several months.
Miss Ruth Mitchell, a former class
mate of Miss Marguerite Richmond, spent
the past two day hero In company with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mitchell
of Boston, on their way home from tho
coast. The party wcro entertained by
tho Richmond famllv.
Mr. and Mrs. ISdward Rhclnetrom
have moved from th Prcscott nnd am
now In tho "Wesley apartments on Third
avenue, where Mrs. Rhcinstrom will bo
at home on tho second and fourth
Wednesdays of each month.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. D. Clark will
entertain a party of their friends this
evening at a "hard times" affair at
their home In the Prcscott apartments
on East Second South street.
Mrs.' Fi. A. "Wedgwood will be the
hostess this afternoon at a small and In
formal bridge tea at her homo In the
The P. IS. O. sisterhood will meet this
afternoon with Mrs, J. R. Schreck at her
home. R2 S street. Mrs. A. S. Peters
will furnish the music. Mlys Cohn will
give "Echoes From Abroad" and Miss
Decker wjll review current events.
Mr. and Mrs. "William IT. Child enter
tained at a dinner at tho Hotel Utah
Thursday evening for Mr. and Mrs. John
Dern, who leave soon for Europe, tho
other guests being Mr. and Mrs. Jamc3
Mr. and Mr.. E. T. Penrose of New
York, who have spent soveral weeks at
the Hotel Utah, left yesterday morning
for the west to be in San Francisco for
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bamberger re
turned yesterday from a stay of several
weeks in southern California.
Mr?. Harrv Kimball entertained the
members of her card club yesterday af
ternoon at thn first of a scries of throe
Mrs. Cart wrlght, wife of Judgo James
Cartwrlght of Orogon. 111., Is spending
wo days with Mrs. Milton G. Parks on
her way to Japan.
The Daughters of the Revolution will
meet this afternoon at thn Bishops
building on North Main street.
Tht T.irtlr.n Aid sneletv of tho T.lhrrtv
Park M. E. church will "hold a cako ale
at Kclth-O'Brlcn's store today.
Mrs. R. J. Frolseth will entertain this
afternoon at bridge nt her homo on East
Second South atreut.
Mr. ami Jin-. J. IT. Marshall and their
two sinnll children are back from a
month spent on tho const.
Mrs. George If. Wood entertained the
Daughters of th Confederacy j-cstcrday
affrnoon at the regular meeting at her
home In the Wood apartments.
Mr. George D. Keysor Is back after a
May of several weeks In southern Cali
fornia, having spent Eome tlmo at River
side and In Jos Angclos.
Miss Marlon Rooklldgo entertained a
few friends at tea yesterday afternoon In
donor of Mrs. Alma D. Katz.
Mr?. TJlla Tanner will entertain all
members of the Eastern Star at her
home. 212 South Second East street, to
day, from ' until 5 o'clock.
DISCUSS NEW CAPITOL
A thorough consideration and discus
sion of n heating system for the state
rapltol building yesterday kept the statf
rapltol commission in session until late
In the afternoon. It was rumored that
Jo?m Dern's Impending trip to Europe
would necessitate the appointment of
another comrrlwion niembe but this
was not considered nrcessan., allhojgh
Mr. Dcrn's n.llvo nerv w' bo great-
mlsicd whllo ha la awn.
COLONIAL William J. Kelly and
Edith Lylo In "Tho Social Highway
man." All week. Matinee today.
OR PHEUM Vaudeville. Performances
every afternoon and evening.
ISMPRESS Vaudeville. Performances
every afternoon and two perform
ances at night.
GAR RICK Stock company in "The
Boss of ": Ranch." Every night.
! Matinee today.
! Thn Jnllnrlns thctter notlfM r wrkel
jdrerllittaenl" In otdrr to comply wlin
Uriel Interpretation of th n fHrl nw-
t purer tw. In no ne r they (,T.V"
lemeoif. Ihy ro Usn furnUhed by in
pre-M r."Dts of th tarlou thtt.
As the closing performances of "A
Social Highwayman"' at the Colonial
draw near. Interest Is becoming more
and morn Jnton5c among the patrons of
that houst' in the presentation ihre next
week bv William J. Kelly of "The. Sign
of the Cross." which opens Sunday night.
The plav 1h Wilson Barrett's groat drama
of tho days of Nero and It will be the
most elaborate nnd costly production of
the entire senson nt thn Colonial- A
Social Highwayman" closes at the Co
The current week's bill at the Orpheum
closes with this nftcrnoon and tonight's
presentations, affording patrons tho last
fhanccs to review the delectable vaudn
,vlUe niotiu that la holding the boards
I this week. Seldom havo there been two
such classy acts on one bill as tnoso
presented by Ralph Ilcrz. who wns fea
tured In the principal role of Madame
Sherry." and "Tho Man In Trout, a
gripping little episode splendidly done by
Mlnnlo Duprcc and her good support.
Commencing tomorrow afternoon the
new bill will be headed by Lolo. tho Sioux
Indian mystic, in some baffling feats or
Beginning tomorrow afternoon, the
Reynolds & Ross players at tho Garrlclc
will present the pastoral drama success,
"The Parish Priest," a strong play wjtn
wide appoal to nil classos. I-rom point
of technical excellence and reputation
ns n success before the theater-going
public, "The Parish Priest" Is the most
important offering yet placed on tno
boards at Uic Garrlclt by tho Reynolds
& Ross company. ,
For more than a week rchttu-sals oj
the piece have progressed dally ana
members of the company have porfected
themselves In the various roles they will
assume. Tho title role will bo taKen
bv William Salroy, and this actor has
spent the greater part of his tlmo in
rloee study of real life counterparts ot
iho character of the priest. All charac
ters tire puro Irish and the humor ana
pathos of the play aro typical.
Tho past week has been a successful
ono for the Gurrlok management. The
bill presented. "Tho Boss of 'A Itarjeh.
a western play, has ploascd each of the
largo audiences. Today's matinee ancl
tho performance tonight will be the last
offerings of the play for tho present sea
son. Indicating the popularity of tho
company and Its offerings aro tho in
creasingly large audiences attenalng tho
mothers' matlncos each Wednesday
afternoon, when tho children are wel
comed. The famous Kay Bee company head
liner at tho Mehcsy has scored another
splendid success In "The Lo3t Dispatch,"
a two-roel war drama. Tho story Is so
compelllngly Interpreted and prc3ontcd
In such exquisito photography that the
audience will feel with the young soldier
the thrill of real battle.
"Brass Buttons." by the Majestic
comedians, tells most amusing story or
domestic perplexities and mlxed-up situa
tions. The feature of this evening's pro
gramme at tho Auditorium roller skating
rink will bo a free-for-all potato race,
and much fun and excitement are ex
pected as a result of the contest. A
scoro of speedy skaters have signified
their Intention to enter tho contest, for
which three prteos will be given. Next
Thursday night the third and final heat
of tho match raco of one mile between
Fenton Hardy and Willie Staatz will be
run. and tho winner will be acclaimed the
One of the largest matinee audiences
of the entire season promises to greet
"Gentleman Jim" Corbott today when ho
steps on tho stage. It In tho regular mati
nee dav when tho Empress enjoys a large
attendance of women and children. The
bill this wcelc Is mado doubly Interest
ing for them because of tho presence
of Hip distinguished former heavyweight
champion. In a monologuo of anecdotes
and stories of his career, which he tells
In a manner convincing and at tho same
time humorous and rcflned. Tho comedy
plavlct, "A Matrimonial Substitute," in
which George Palmer Moore and Flor
ence Elliott appear, is another feature pr
this week'3 bill. Tho samo can bo said
of Pierce and Malzee. Campbell and
MttcDo'nald, Grant Gardner. Eps0 and
Roth, and of Mutt and JefC In Patho a
The motlon-plcturo show attracted
great crowds of children at the Rex
theater yesterday. "Snow White," a
three-part Powers production of
"Grimm's Fairy Tales," was the chief
screen magnet and was th principal
causo of the enormous juvenllo attend
ance. "Snow White" Is not only attract
ive to tho little ones, but It Is a perfect
gallry of spoctacular effects and seems
to fairly breathe with realism so far as
falrv stories are concerned, which makc3
It a film that adults may appreciate.
"Tho Red Girl's Sacrifice," a 101 Bison
production In two reels, with beautiful
Mona Darkfeather In tho leading role,
will also bo shown. This -western story
Is tho embodiment of perfection and Is as
full of thrills and lntenso situations as
a ripe watermelon Is of Julco. Today
will bo tho last nppearanco of this all
The sale of seats for the moving pic
tures. "100 Years of Monnonlsm," be
gan at tho Salt Lake theater yesterday.
Slnco the first brief engagement in Feb
ruary the films havo been shown In Utah
nnd Idaho, always to crowded houses.
In the coming engagement at the Salt
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sl.vle depends, to a large extent, upon the lit nnd dosign
of your corset. Tour new Easter gown will most surely
satisfy you if the corset under it gently molds your
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Our repair service
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Write, phone or tele
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Iake theater the lull orchestra will
New Pictures Toilay.
"The Lost Dispatch," "Brass Buttons."
"Snow White. i'ho Red Girl's Sacrifice."
HOLY WEEK SERVICES
AT SAINT PAUL'S
Commencing Monday nnd lasting
throughout this week, which is holy
week, short services will be held each
day. under the auspices of tho Broth
erhood of SL Androw, In St. Paul's
church. Main and Fourth South streets.
These services will last for half an hour,
from l-:20 to Vi:$5, and aro open to all.
Tho preachers will be: Monday. Bishop
Spalding: Tuesday, Bishop Spalding;
Wednesday. Dean, Colladay: Thursday,
the Rev. G. T. Le Boutollier. Friday
(three hours' service), St. Mark's.
Bishop Spalding; SL Paul's, thu Rev.
W. W. Reeso; Saturday, tho Rev. W. V.
JUDGE HEARS EVIDENCE,
THEN DISMISSES CASE
Becauso of tho conflicting nature of
tho ovldenco in the caso of F. A. John
son, charged with assaulting Mrs. SubIc
Sparks ivlth a doadly weapon at 217
South Second Wost street last Tuesday
night. Justice F. M". Bishop yesterday
dismissed tho case. Tho quarrel started.
It is said over a disagreement between
Johnson and Clyde Sparks over rent.
Mrs. Sparks Is said to havo espoused her
ton's side of tho quarrel, and to havo
suffered thereby. Johnson emphatically
denied, when arraigned beforo Justice
Bishop yesterday, that ho had ever
struck Mrs. Sparks -with a revolver.
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ALL NEXT WEEK, BEGINNING
Matinees at 4 Evonmgs, .
The Wonderful Picture Film.
"10 Years off
Prices: 15c. 2or, 3oc. fiOc. Mitlnocs:
Children under 12, 15c anywhere.
Sale Xow On.
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I' MfMJWti U In "A Social tH
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Phone Waaatcn 2569.
ALL THIS WEEK.
Barry and Wolford. Roxy La Rocca.
Thoso French Girls.
Tho Dorians. Paul Wcls3 & Co.
Prices: Matinee dally, 15c, 25c, 50c.
Night. 25c. 50c. 75c.
Orpheum Daylight Motion Plcturos
Extra Attraction 1
MINNIE DUPREE &. CO.,
In Alfred Sutro's Ono-acl Play,
"The Man In Front."
WEEK MARCH 23.
MME. SARAH BERNHARDT
And Bin Vaudeville Show.
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MATINEE TODAY, 2:irB'
LAST TIME TONIGHT. JKt
REYNOLDS AND R08S PLAISjB
The Boss of "Z" RwB
A Western Comedy Dnuiu.
PRICES 10c, 20c AND 20C5K"
Matinees Sunday, Wednuday injMH
Any scat 10 cents. 'K'
Mothers' matinee every WcdnMB
"SNOW WHITE." Powers, tgH
"THE RED GIRL'S SACRlFlp
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"THE LOST DISPATCH." Great war drama, dcplctlnci biltle !er(,;
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