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Harry C. Chapman of Colorado
Springs returned Tuesday evening to
his homo, after spending a week In
Wednesday soveral luncheons wore
given at the Country cluh. Among tho
hostesses were Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. He
bor M. Wells, Mrs. Morrison, Miss Wil
lard, Miss Geddos, Miss Paine, Misses
The following were guests of Mr.
Dey at Park City on Tuesday: Miss
Edith Argue, Misses Bess and .Mildred
McMillen, Miss Mary Smedley, MIseos
Dora and Evelyn Daly.
James and Walker Salisbury have
I gone to Idaho. They will bo gone
about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Montague Ferry enter
tained at dinner Thursday evening at
the University club in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford Truman.
Judge Cherry, Miss Blanche Cherry,
Miss Leigh Black, Percy Brown and
Ernest Cherry have gono on a camp
ing trip for a couple of weeks.
Miss Leila Strlngley left' Wednes
day evening for tho Savage ranch in
Wyoming, where she will bo the guest
of Miss Pearl Savage until Septem
Dr. and Mrs. Morton of Minneapolis
are tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. G. B.
Pfoutz for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sadler and lit
tle daughter Marian have gone to
Brighton, where they will bo guests
at tho Sadler cottage.
Mrs. E. O. Cary entertained Infor
mally at dinner Wednesday evening
at the Country club in honor of Dr.
nnd Mrs. Morton.
Mr. and Mrs. John Woods of Los An
geles visited friends in tho city Wed
nesday on their way homo from a vis
it of soveral weeks at tho fair.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bracken left
Wednesday evening for a trip through
Jack Berkhoel has gono for a ten
days' visit in Portland and Seattle.
Mrs. J. D. Edmunds and baby are
guests of Mrs. Fisher S. Harris for a
week at Brighton.
Miss Helen Boxrud entertained at
dinner Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Wadley and son, G. P. Wadloy,
of Great Falls, were guests In the city
Wednesday, on ro,uto to tho coast.
Bert Edmunds, Cyril Edmunds and
Guy Williams have gono to Brighton
for a week's camping trip.
J. F. Hondrickson has gono to Los
S. A. Nettler and party left Wed-
Inesday evening for Poitland and tho
cities of southern California.
Tho musicians met Wednesday aft
ernoon at tho studio of Miss Cecelia
Sharp. "Grieg" was tho composer
studied for tho afternoon, tho soloists
being Miss Edna Cohn, Mrs. Harry
Windsor, Mrs. Carlson, Miss Alio Mil
ler, P. Carlson, Arthur Shepherd.
Miss Rose Herplch, of Denver, Colo.,
is a guest of her friend, Miss Gene
vieve Carter, of 5G3 South West Tem
Mis. James Sharp and children have
gone to Rcxburg, Ida., to make their
luture homo. Miss Cecelia Sharp will
bo with Mrs. Annie D. Watson, on
West North Tomplo street, having her
studio at 531 tho Constitution building.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dorman enter
tained informally at luncheon Wed
nesday in honor of some of tho visit
ing Christian ministers. Covers were
laid for Rov. A. McLean, F. M. Raines,
B. L. Smith of Ohio and T. W. Pin
kerton of this city.
Leslie L. Savage of Now York is a
guest at tho homo of Judge and Mrs.
C. C. Goodwin.
Ml-s Catherine Early leaves tho
first of the coming week for San Fran
cisco, where sho will hereafter make
Mr. and Mrs. James Ball are home
from a three weeks' outing in the
You'll Get There.
Jordan Ii a hard
Road to trnvel,
But do trouble and do sorror
En you'll stnn' somo day
Wliar de paints Is In do way,
So, grind down
Do trouble wld do Rravol!
True Way to Rest.
Tho only true way to rest Is to llo
down in a darkened room with closed
pyes and think of nothing. Even flvo
minutes of such rest is valuable; tho
muscles of the face relax and ono
does not get a hard, set look, which
adds many years to the appearance.
The Flight of Birds.
One of tho few men to recover sight
ifter being blind from tho birth of
recollection was reported to have
wondered at nothing so much as tho
flight of the birds. "Why do not peo
plo make morn fuss about them?" ho
Pastor Likes the Light.
Dr. Henry H. Rasmus of tho First
Methodist church, Catford, England,
objects to tho practice of lowering
tho lights when the sermon Is preach
ed. He says he wants a view of tho
countenances of his congregation, ?o
that he may seo "when they have hud
Autos in America.
There are 75,000 automobiles now In
use in the United States.
To visit tho "Old Homo" and tho "01i
Friends" in tho east and return to the
west, with as little expense as Is or
dlnarily required to make tho one-way
trip, has come.
On May 27th and 29th, Junes 3d,
5th, 10th and 12th, tickets will bo on
sale from Salt Lake City:
To Chicago and return $44.60
To Milwaukee and return .... 45.80
To Peoria and roturn 41.25
To St. Paul and return 39. U0
To Minneapolis and return .... 39.90
Proportionately low rates will bo in
effect from all points in Utah, Idaho,
Montann, Wyoming and Nevada to
overy section reached by tho Chicago
& North-Western lines.
For full particulars, call upon or ad
C. A. WALKER, Gen'l Agent,
Chicago & North-Western Ry.,
Box 750, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Where Workers Are Needed.
Happily there Is room in the west
and southwest for overy man capable
of labor In tho fields. There the de
mand for unskilled labor was never
more insistent and thither tho swarm
ing Immigrants should take their way
and become an instant factor In pro
moting tho general prosperity. Phila
Giving Away a Secret.
A Blrmlnr'inm church warden, sa
tho London lews, was reading at r
vestry meeting a list of subscription
to the parochial funds. Tho list be
gan as follows: "The vicar, a guinea.
Mrs. , half a guinea; an anony
mous donor, myself, twenty-five still
Discover Zurbaran's Portrait.
Zurbaran's portrait of Vela que,
which contemporary writers praised
very highly and which was supioset'
to have been burned In tho Retlro Pal
ace, has been discovered In tho Catho
dral of La Seo, Saragossa, Spain,
Lion Refuses Whisky.
A story, with a moral, comes fron
Jganda. A Hen, thinking it abou
Imo to lunch, seized a white man am
jit him. His teeth went thiough a
bottle of whisky which tho man a.
carrylng In his pocket and this gave
him such a shock that ho tuinci
tall. London Globe.
Drove the Question Home.
Remarkable was the sermon of the
Rev. Andrew Clarke, delivered a few
jears ago, in Chicago. "I waited pa
clently for the Lord," was his text;
ind this was his sermon: "Now, mj
Jiethren, I put It to you, if David could
.vait patiently and found it worth
vhlle, why can't you?"
Motor Fishing Boate.
Scotch fishermen hnvo Introduced
fishing boats driven by motors. Ex
periments hnvo demonstrated the
great advantages of such boats over
sailing craft in calm weather or when
the wind Is unfavorable. Tho Scotch
fishing fleet comprises fully 10,0 0
boats working at lino and not flshlr.c.
In addition to cno hundred or more
Ban on Barrel Organs.
In their endeavor to get a "quieter
leaner, safer and healthier London,'
the Betterment of London Association
and Its auxiliary body, tho street
noises abatement committee have suc
ceeded In Inducing the authorities to
prohibit barrel organs In forty-two
roads, squares and streets In tho West
End, while thirty-eight others aro at
present under official consideration.
A Soulful Bonnet.
An enthusiastic English admirer
thus describes a millinery creation of
tho season: "Tho hat, of black tulle,
with upstanding pink feathers, car
ries out a tuneful whole, and Is a lit
tle sonnet of soulful sartorial emotions."
Advice from a Bachelor.
Tho way to make your wifo have
confidence In you is to toll hor that
tho other woman Is rather pretty ex
cept for hor hair, eyes, mouth, teeth,
nose, complexion and figure. Now
Two Kinds of Dry Brick. jfl
Tho common brick. If very dry, will j 9
ahsotb a quart of water. Tho perfect jfl
brick of tho human varloty, however, ' , jfl
although ho Is always dry, doesn't ah- T ' I
orb a quart of water In a year's , ! jfl
di inking. Herein Is seen tho superior- ''j jfl
ity of mind over matter. j) jfl
One by One. Ij M
Martin Burke, a cousin by marriage i;i I
of General Grant, says the great sol- jjn I
dler was never a tanner In Galena, jfl1 ' I
111. Next thing someone will swear II!, fl
that tho old oaken bucket was covered li ' I
with artificial moss. Now York Her- W I' I
aid. fljl I. I
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What He Thought. K j
"I hato a mean man," observed tho w- i I
Pohlck philosopher, "but when I'vo , I
got tho money In a bank I'd a heap ! ' I
ruthcr for tho president to bo known !"! I
as a skinflint than as a rattlln' good i I
"oiler." Louisville Courier-Journal. ski I
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Genus Hobo. ill! ' I
There was a man named Patterson, SJJI '
Who always wont with tatters on. B I
lie slept very late, m
ltodo on a freight, jlfl I
And never had any matters on. (ill I I
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5r r r telegraphers m I
U U U NEEDED jfji
Annually, to fill tho new positions ere- !j!jj I
ated by Railroad and Telegraph Com- JjIi jfl
panics. Wo want YOUNG MEN and fill jfl
LADIES of good habits, to SMI 9
LEARN TELEGRAPHY 89j I
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING M M
Wo furnish 75 per cent, of tho Opor- j fl
ators and Station Agents in America. Wl jfl
Our six schools are tho largest exclu- Ifl jfl
slvo Telegraph School IN THE JM
WORLD. Established 20 years and Ml! M
endorsed by all loading Railway Of- $ jl I
Wo cxecuto n $250 Bond to overy f I
student to furnish him or her a posl- TJijJ jfl
tlon paying from $40 to $G0 a month in ii I
States cast of tho Rocky Mountains, i ! fl
or from $75 to $100 a month in States ifj fl
west of tho Rockies, Immediately upon ! I
graduatiun. ' II H
Students can enter at any time. No ' 1 8 fl
vacations. For full particulars regard- H
Ing any of our Schools writo direct to , m I
our executive ofllco nt Cincinnati, O. I
Catalog uo free. ; H
The Morse School of Telegraphy i I
Cincinnati, Ohio. Buffalo, N. Y. $ U
Atlanta Ga. La Croase, Wl. Wi
Texarkana, Tex. San Francisco, Calif. iff' H
via '! 1
Southern Pacific 1 1
San Francisco or Los Angeles I , H
and roturn $41.00 If1
San Francisco and return ono m H
way via Portland $42,50 111
Los Angeles and return one 111
way via Portland $50.50 Jlfl
Lower Rates to San Francisco in HI
August jfl H
Above rates aro from Salt Lake m H
For selling dates, literature on Call- j H
fornia resorts address l H
D. R. GRAY, Gen't Agt. i I
201 main S. Salt Lak j I