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4 T RUTH,
H; IN THE SOCIAL REALM.
H Miss Mildred Otf Is in Ogdon, the
H guest of Mrs. Edward Dlschcl.
H Miss Frances Dorr, of Lincoln, Neb.,
H; is the guest of her aunt', Mrs. It. C.
B Miss Jcsslo Hammond, of Ogdcn, is
H in town, tho guest of Miss Josephine
m Mrs. Henry Clay Brownleo.and son
!m Walker, nro homo from a summer
spent in Boulder, Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shipler rc-
I turned Wednesday from a three
I weeks' trip through Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Catrow and
Mr. Catrow's mother left Wednesday
I for a' visit of somo time in tho east.
M Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Warren and
M' Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Hill are back from
R a three weeks' outing on tho Weber.
I . & J
H i Mrs.Zlna Smoot and her little
11 daughtor havo returned from Provo,
H where they havo spent tho past fort-
HJ Mrs. W. Montague Ferry will leave
Hji today, accompanied by her two boys,
H , for a short stay at tho Hermitage in
H Ogdcn canyon.
1 Miss W. F. Beer and her children
Hi . are at tho Hermitage In Ogdon can-
1 i yon for a few weeks.
Hh Miss Eleanor Pope of Philadelphia
H ' arrived this week, to bo a guest at tho
Hf Salisbury homo till, after tho Salls-
Hl ' bury-McCornick wedding.
H Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bamberger,
Hjji Miss Helen Bamberger and Elsa Bam-
Htii bcrger returned this week from a trip
Hf through Yellowstone park.
H ' lit Jt
H Miss Kathcrino Dryer, of Santa
1 Anna and Miss Katharine Doran, of
H Los Angeles, are guests of Miss
W Edytho Halo for a few days.
H Cards wcro Issued Monday for the
H ninrrlngo of Miss Helen Mao Gillespie
H and Louis Shattuck Catcs, tho date
H , set being Tuesday, September 12.
H ' Miss Meta Boettcher has returned
H from n stay of stlmo time in Germany.
H Mrs. Sol Slegel will remain in tho
H cast some tl'mo beforo coming home.
H1' Airs. H. G. Brockman and her
H daughter Qucenlc, and Miss Anna
H1 Floldnor, havo arrived from Portland
H and aro at homo again at 27 Emory-
B Homes. Miss Ficldncr will bo tho
H guest, of tho Brockman family for a
1 few weeks.
H Mrs. T. C. Bailey, who has spent the
H summer in tho city, will lcavo to-
HH, day for tho east, whoro she expects
to join Miss Edna Bailey for tho wln-
M The last of tho summer luncheons
H was given Wednesday evening at tho
M Country club. Among those who en-
M tcrtained wcro Miss Gertrude Mc-
H , G rath and Mrs. Baer. No set program
M will bo made for Soptcmbcr, but tea
B ' will be served as usual witli an occa-
M sional hostess. A buffet luncheon will
11, bo served Labor day from 12:30 to
11 2::i0 p; m.
M The engagement is announced of
H Miss Anna Baker of Salt Lako to Ed-
B word Edrls of Oskaloosa, la. Tho
H marriage will take place next Thurs-
H day at tho homo of E. A. Edrls, Grand
Junction, Colo. Tho ceremony will
bo performed by Rev. S. B: Chaso of
Lansing, Mich., a brother-in-law of the
bride. After a trip to tho Pacific coast
they will make their home at Oska
loosa. Word has been received in tho city
of tho npproaching nuptials of Miss
Ada Howard Boyd and Emmet Moore,
who aro to bo married tho early part
of September. Miss Boyd Is an Ari
zona girl, and after graduating from
the Phoenix High school entered Stan
ford, just completing her work there
and graduating with honors this year.
Mr. Mooro is in business at Salt Lake
City. Phoenix (Ariz.) Republican.
Lyric Theatre "California Girl,"
week beginning tonight.
Utnhna Park Theatre "Parisian
Grand Theatre "A New York Girl,"
week beginning September 4.
Salt Lake Theatre "Jolly Mus
keteer," Sept. 1G-20.
Manager Egan has opened up his
now play house, tho Lyric, to a rush
of business and a bulging box-office.
The vigorous campaign which has
been inaugurated shows tho manage
ment to bo wide awake and aggress
ive all along tho firing line. Those of
us who havo been to tho new house
and among tho Johnnies none failed
were initiated into something a little
beyond tho usual. That is, not the or
dinary.as understood by tho rustics of
tho town. To thoso of us who have
already cut our theatrical eye-teeth,
tho shows at tho Lyric aro merely a
return to conditions ns wo know them
elsewhere. Were it not for tho fact
that this is Salt Lake, the Lyric
might bo Sam T. Jack's theatre in
Chicago, or Miner's in New York. The
shows aro just as gingery and, cir
cumstances considered, just as good
as thoso given In -iO cast. That the
class of amusement to bo provided
from the stage of tho Lyric will not
appeal with equal force to all tastes,
goes without saying. This condition
tho management fully understands.
But, It may bo said that tho now play
and now kind of amusement which the
Lyric will provide, has already rallied
to its standard thoso who insist upon
having "ale with their cakes." By this,
however, it must not be understood
that everything seen from the Lyric
stage is to bo construed as offensive
to refined tastes. Tho management
will not incline boyond tho Hmits ot
decorum, though, of aourse, " Sunday
school les.sons will not bo taught
from tho stage, nor Bibles given away
with each ticket.
It is, however, proposed to give
shows whoro enticing elements aro
snap and ginger, movement, color and
brightness. To thoso who laugh and
tho world laughs with them, tho Lyric
will offer a refuge from the cares
which everywhere cross tho pathway.
There aro somo people hero who aro
still shocked at seeing female sym
metry In rainbow stockings some
who aro prudish enough to bo horrified
at pretty garters and shapely ankles.
For such as thoso tho shows at the
Lyric aro forbidden fruit. Tho man
agement neither expects nor caters to
such patronage But to all lovers of
bright and snappy dialogues, stage
pictures of poetic movement and col
or, catchy music and show girls who
add life and. beauty to tho picture to
thoso Manager Egan will always ex
tend the glad hand.
"California Girl" will bo tho attrac
tion for tho week starting tonight at
tho Lyric. Thoso who saw tho "Colo:
nial Belles" know that a good show Is
coming with the dashing little lady
from tho Golden state.
Remember, the Lyric box office is
open every day and night.
The homo opera company Is actively
rehearsing "The Jolly Musketeer."
Conductor McClellan, who has just re
turned from Portland, has attached
himself to the baton and is applying
the birch over the musical backs of
his proteges. Tho Salt Lake theatre,
where the rehearsals aro being held,
l'as been converted Into an Immense
aviary, with everywhere a fluttering
chorus of nightingales and canaries.
The dates of the opera aro Septem
ber 10, 18, 19 and 20.
A movement is on foot to give Harry
Horsley, the veteran actor, a benefit.
His friends are legion and they
should be open-handed.
T. L. Hammer, who has so long
been tho genial treasurer of the
Grand and later its acting manager,
has retired from tho house. Mr. L.
Smiley, who represents the Denver
owners of the Grand, will at once as
sumo tho management of the pretty
Second street establishment. The
now manager "Is a Hvo one" and
thoroughly versed in the art of mak
ing a box-office turn tricks. The
Grand will open with the Curtis mu
sical company in the sparkling music
al comedy, "A New York Girl." By
tho way, when tho Grand opens, there
will be an electrical sign display in
front of tho house that will suggest
the front of a Broadway theatre.
The Empire Stock company at the
Utahna park theatre is doing a good
business with the Parisian Princess.
HARRY LE GRANDE.
Warren Foster sells insurance, not
law suits. Comrnflrclal Block.
exposes wrong doing and commends
At the Resorts.
Ah, ha! It will be all over next
Monday, Labor day.
Well, hasn't there been a bun i 0f
bathers in the lake this season?
Three hundred dollars In gold i3 t
bo given ticket buyers to Salta r on
Labor day. Aro you lucky i ore's
At Lagoon next Monday, gk tied
Labor will wrestle with the festive
Clam. An old fashioned clam Oake
will bo given. Enough clams foi the
millions havo been ordered.
Saltair has had about tho most suc
cessful season in tho history ot the
resort beautiful. Manager Lang lord
is to be congratulated on his enter
prise and progressive methods.
Harry Heagren has given tho biko
fans all that was coming to thorn.
Harry has kept splendid faith with
Iver Lawson Is not setting the
Vallsburg saucer on fire. But Iver
is a fast one just the same.
When "Sammy" leaves the local
track this season his money-till will
be full of winnings.
America's Oldest Belfry.
The oldest belfry in America Is tho
seven-century old fir tree, eight feet
thick, that forms the spire of st
Peter's church, Tacoma, which is used
for tho bell of the church.
Netting 6 per cent to the Investor.
Secured by Real Estate.
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