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4 TRU TH. I
& IN THE SOCIAL REALM.
lilSlih On Monday evening tho Kenyan ho-
Kgj to1 wnfl n Bccno of brilliancy and
H beauty, tho occasion being tbo at-
BB liomo given by Senator and Mrs. Suth-
UJ erland In honor of tho members of the
HE Utah legislature. From 8 o'clock un-
HE til midnight guests were arriving anu
Hln departing. Men and women in pollt-
Hllj ical life, In business, the arts, eilu-
Hfl f cators and social leaders wero well
H represented. Tho host and hostess
HI i were assisted in receiving their
HI guests by Mrs. T. B. Ucatty, Mrs.
HI Bonner X. Smith, Mrs. Samuel Pane,
HI . Mrs. M. R. Stewart and Mrs. E. It.
HBJ Sutherland. Refreshments wero
H served in tho dining room, buffet style.
H Tho reception rooms and tho corrl-
BB dors were handsomely decorated, a
Hfl fcaturo being a profusion of roses,
HI carnations and other (lowers. The
H; punch bowls wero presided over by
BB, a bovy of young and pretty society
H' girls, Including Misses Elizabeth Mc-
EBB Intyrc, Edith Halo, Miss Juno BIntz,
Hi Margaret Miller, Nclllo Cullen, Alico
HBf Paul, Governor Cutler, Mrs. Jenkins
H' and most of tbo stato ofllclals wero
BY present. Altogether tho function was
BBg- a most successful and highly enjoy-
Bfifl ablo affair.
BBV Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Evans enter-
BBEj1 talncd Friday evening.
HH Tho Bonlta club gavo its first dance
BBS Wednesday ovcnlng in Unity ball.
H Mrs. II. S. Hydo of Kimborley Is vis-
BBM Itlng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank
BBS J. Cannon.
BBB Mrs. Moody of Fort Douglas has as
BBB her guest Miss Fay Hills of Huron,
BBB South Dakota.
BB Mrs. P. J. Enrlght and daughter,
BE Clara, lcavo In a fow weeks for a tour
BE of tho eastern states. In Septcmbor
BBflj thoy will go abroad, to remain several
BBS Miss Marguerlto Harloy has gono to
BBH San Francisco to visit Mrs. Marlon
BBEj Pitt Robinson, formerly of this city,
BBjk but whoso homo is now in Callfor-
BBB & $.
HBh Mrs. Thomas Woir has gono to Don-
BflB Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chapman and Mr
BBBJ and Mrs. Edward Robinson of Boston
BBS aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Fa-
BBB Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Burt en tei lalned
BBEj at dinner Monday evening in honor
HBfi of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith.
HJHJi i X
Hli Mies Ella Harr entertained a party
BBflf of her young friends at the homo on
BBB O street Wednesday afternoon.
BBflf Tho Women's Republican Club gavo
BflBjP. a patriotic card party at tho homo ot
BBffif lrs' Bonnomort Tuesday evening.
BBJe Tho Mission society of tho Prcsby-
Bflflji torlun church gavo 'a colonial social at
BBB tno mlslson church Tuesday ovcnlng.
HBM Tho Third strcot Card club will
BBBf meet noxt wcok with Mrs. II. C.
HBk Brownlco at 227 Eleventh East strcot.
BBS Mrs. Reed Smoot left Sunday oven-
BBB ing, accompanied by her son, Harold,
BBjK to join Senator Smoot in Washington.
UflBM Tho Men's club of tbo First Congra-
BBJK Rational church will entertain its
BBSS friends at a banquet noxt Monday in
BBJH tho church parlors.
HBjf Mrs. Sahuiol Woodward and Miss
HJBf Lillian Woodward ontortained Tuos-
HBK day at brtdgo, tho affair bolng in com-
HJBJf pllmcnt to Mrs. J, Walcott Thompson.
Senator and Mrs. Sutherland will
leave tho latter part of tho present
week for Washington. Mrs. E. II. Suth
erland will bo at homo with Miss
Edith at 308 First street during their
) & .
Mrs. C. W. Flfleld entertained a fow
friends at bridge Tuesday afternoon,
in compliment to Miss Lillian Waller.
Mrs. W. P. KIser entertained In her
honor Thursday afternoon, and Mrs.
II. L. Miller gavo an informal affair
for her Friday.
The music section of tho Ladles'
Literary club met Wednesday morn
ing at tho club house. Wagner was
the composer studied, and a special
programme was presented by several
of tho musicians of tho section.
On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. McConnugby entertained at din
ner, covers being laid for sixteen. Tho
decorations wero especially effective,
red being the color scheme, and with
tho dainty menu and perfect appoint
ments, made tho event thoroughly
Mrs. A. L. Hoppaugb was tho hos
tess Tuesday and Wednesday at
euchro parties. Tho house was decor
ated gorgeously in tho national colors,
flags and bunting hanging every
where. The same Idea was carried out
In the tallies and score cards, which
wore tiny hatchets.
The Daughters of tho American
Revolution and tho Daughters of the
Revolution both held meetings Wed
nesday, tho former In tho afternoon
at tho homo of Mrs. Henry La Motte.
Tbo D. A. R. entertained their friends
at tho homo of Mrs. Walter Beatle
with a patriotic programme in the
ovcnlng of Wcdensday.
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Tho marriage of "Miss Lillian Gates,
daughter of Mrs. Mary Gat03, and
Louis J. Knight took placo Tuesday
evening at tho homo of the bride's
mother. Tho ceremony was read by
Judgo William II. King and was wit
nessed by only tho relatives and a fow
intimate friends. Tho bride was at
tended by Miss Lena Bachman of
Provo, and Arthur Gntos, her brotnor.
was tho best man. Mr. and Mrs.
Knight will mako their homo In this
Tho university assembly hall pre
sented n brilliant picturo Tuesdiv
evening, tho occasion being tbo grand
ball and county fair given by the vari
ous fratcrnites of the instltulon. The
ball was decorated in tho national
colors, and strings of lanterns added
to tho effect. Flags and bunting hid
tho entrances to the booths, of which
six wero arranged around tho hall.
Tho various societies vied with one
another In their nttlro and tho attrac
tiveness of their booths. Tho college
women, dressed as English barmaids,
served elder. Tho Theta Upsllon
girls wero dressed In colonial cos
tunics, and so wero tho girls of tho
lower classes. All tho men wero In
gala nttlro, colonial costumes predom
Inatlng. Many members of tho fac
ulty wero present, and besides the col
logo people proper, guests from town
wore In attendance.
McGurrln & Co., Investment bankers.
Yielding six per cent, compounded
twlco a year, mako an ideal Invest
mont. Thoy can be procured from
Salt Lake City. The investor holds
Warren Foster sells Insurance, not
law suits. Commercial Block.
Trj Shepard Co. on collections.
SOME RAILROAD NEWS.
Mlrablle dlctu! There is always
something new under the sun. Here
we have been told by railway men for
eyars that It is wrong for one man to
sign another man's name to a railroad
ticket, yet strango to relate Truth hay
seen a ticket seller compel a person
to do that same thing to validate a
bit of transportation. A man called
at a certain ticket office Monday last
to buy a ticket for a friend. Of course
tho friend wasn't present. When he
had purchased the ticket tho agent in
sisted that he sign It. "But it is not
for me," he protested, "It is for a
friend of mine."
"Sign his name tton," said the
"But It will not bo right," protest
ed tho purchaser. "And your con
ductor has the right, or you claim he
has, to compel every passenger to
identify himself by writing his name
Suppose I sign my friend's name and
this action Is demanded by your con
ductor? Ho will readily see that the
signature is not his, and may cause
But in spite of these "cogent reasons
that ticket agent compelled tho pur
chaser to sign the other man's name.
Now, if It is forgery to write another
man's name on a ticket bought from a
broker, what is the matter with Its
being forgery to write said name on
an original ticket? Will some one
answer, please? And if the man rid
ing on the ticket mentioned above
was called upon to write his name and
the conductor wasn't satisfied and
ejected him from the train, would
tho poor devil have any recourse at
law, tho contract on the ticket statins
that tho agent has no povertnT i.i
the conditions thereof? altet l r
Will some person other "than it, II ?
wicked ticket brokers in th! v"cB fc II
please answer? 'cinity a
A report of the industrial ,u m V
ment of tho Lackawanna fo -the v' 1
904 states that 3G5 new industrK 1
factories were located alone- ti, H i
during that time. These will gvl t I
Ployment to 3 200 people besides to I
creasing the freight and passeiC I l
traffic. All these factories haveZn
provide with switches and bWdSS
facilities. Now that Is the of o I
work tho railroads running through H
Utah ought to engage in. It is mangun H 1
factoring that builds up states C H '
people who work are tho ones who Hi '
spend the money. Let tho 0 S I H
and the R. G. W. and the other line's
establish Industrial departments and H
work them for all there is In it H
i i H.
Tho Union Pacific, tho Oregon Rail- H
way & Navigation Co.. and the South- H
em Pacific will establish 657 miles o. H
block signal stations this year u,. H
same being as follows, as pertains to H
the Union Pacific: Gilmore to Val- H
ley, 22.68 miles; Buford to Hermosa H
7.10 miles; Table Rock to Green H
River, 70.87 miles; Castle Rock to Wa- H
satch, 10 miles; Ogden to Echo 40 H
Tho statement is made by a director H
of the Union Pacific that In all prob- H
ability when Union Pacific directors H
consider the dividend question next H
summer, they will vote to place the H
common stock on a 6 per cent dlvl- HJ
dend basis. This statement, which H
has been made In a way to suggest H
that It reflects tho views of other dl- H
WESTERN LOAN & SAVINGS COMPANY I
Established, 1802 H
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Capital paid in January 1, 1905, $480,000.00 If
SIX PER CENT If
Paid on Savings Deposits Eft
P.W.MADSEN. J.B.TORONTO. A. H. ADXISON. (M
President Vice-President Cashier Bj
40 East First South St., Salt Lake City, Utah S
ELIAS MORRIS & SONS CO. I
NHW AND BEAUTIFUL CONSIGNMENT JUST RBCSVK) I
ASK g" im. 1
Stickney's fine foar$
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