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H i TRUTH I
H in tin;; social Realm
H The marriage of Miss Edna Carter
and Ralplil D. M. Evans took place
H Monday evening at the home of the
H bride's mother, the ceremony being
H witnessed by about 150 of the friends
H of the young people. The marriage
H ceremony was performed by Bishop
H T. A. Wlilliams, and the bride was at-
H tended by Miss Stella Carter and Miss
1 Winnie Evans. William Duncan was
H the best man. Afterwards the marriage
H supper was served, and later the two
fl young people went to their own home
H at 523 East Third South street, where
tl'cy will be at home after June 1.
H Mrs. June Sadler Douncll and her
sister, Miss Minnie Sadler, cnter-
H taincd Tuesday afternoon at a bridge
H tea at the Sadler home on Eleventh
H East street. Nine tables of bridge
H were played and some friends drop-
H pqd in later to tea. Prizes were won
H by Mrs. Brig Cannon, Mrs. W. G.
H Filer, Mrs. William Rcid, Mrs. II. A.
H Whitney, Mrs. J. E. Jennings, Mrs
H C. E. Brooks, MVs. Lcroy Dinwoodcy,
B Mrs. L. L Terry and Mrs. Adolph
H Miss Gladys McConaughy enter-
H taincd about forty of her young
H friends at cards Monday evening, the.
M game being 500. Prizes were won by
M Miss Lucilc Clark and Scott Kim-
M ball, and a buffet supper closed the
M Mrs. Andrew Howat and Miss IIo-
M wat, Mrs. Robert R. Hampton, Mrs.
M Lewis Schoppc and Mrs. J. Fred
M Odcll, have issued invitations for a
M tea next Tuesday afternoon at the
M I To wat home, 57 Scvcntth East street.
M Lieutenant and Mrs. Samuel M.
H Parker arc at the Angelus, in Los
Mt Angeles. They go thence to Fort
B Sheridan, where the groom has been
H ordered for the national rifle practice
H which opens June 5.
H1 Miss Edith Mudgctt entertained at
H- a luncheon and parcel shower Satur-
H day afternoon for her guest, Miss
H Thompson, whose wedding takes place
H in June. Covers were laid for twelve.
H Miss Lucilc Clark has been accept-
H ed as a freshman of Wcllcslcy college
Hf without examination, her marks as
B a senior in Rowland hall entitled her
H to admission at Wjellcslcy.
m Mrs. D. Elliott Kelly entertained
m Tuesday afternoon at a bridge tea
M at her home on Second street. Pri-
M ;:es wene won by Mrs. J. Fred Odell
H and Miss Jane Ilowat.
H Mrs. N. M. Hamilton will leave
H early in June for a stay of some
H three months abroad. She will tour
HI France in an automobile with some
H New York friends.
ATiss Jo.tnna Spraguc has gone to
Ashcvillc, N. C, for the National Li
brary convention, which is to meet in
that city the last of the present
J. D. Gatenby sailed Tuesday for
England, on account of his father's
illness. His family will leave in June
for Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Charles Ilollingsworth was in
town from Ogden the first of the
week visiting her sister, Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Boxrud will
leave early in June for Welleslcy to
attend the graduating exercises of
their daughter, Miss Helen Boxrud.
Mrs. George A. Snow of Chicago,
who has been with her sister, Mrs. J.
F. Grant, for the past month, has re
turned to her home.
Mrs. Frances Ilinton has returned
from a stay of several months in Eu
Mrs. Edward Fife has returned from
a visit with her brother, Thomas A.
CosgrifT, in Cheyenne.
Dr. 'Wu A. McEnery is here from
San Francisco, and is with Mrs. Mc
Enery at the Knutsford.
Colonel and Mrs. E. A. Wall left
Monday for the cast, where they will
spend the next mouth.
MVs. Andrew Ilowat and Miss Jane
Howat gave a bridge tea Thursday
Mrs. W. F. James entertained the
bridge club Monday afternoon at her
home on East First South street.
Mrs. J. S. Noble is in Ogden spend
ing a few days with her sister, Mrs.
W. J. Shealy.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wiedgwood have
moved and are at home at 505 Canning
Mrs. Howard L. Samdey and little
daughter of Bingham, arc guests of
Mrs. A. B. Gibson, at 11 19 Third St.
Mr. and Mirs. David J. Sharp are in
town and at homo for the present at
the Sprague residence on Center St.
Mrs. C. M. Bell entertained the Uto
pia" club Tuesday afternoon at her
home on First avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wallace
returned Tuesday, after a stay ol
some six weeks in the east.
The Dante circle was entertained
at a luncheon at the home of Mrs.
Williams C. Jennings in Poppcrton
The affair was in honor of Miss Lcda
Mrs. Dnvid R. Gray entertained
at dinner Tuesday evening in com
pliment to her guest, Miss Dora Bccr
stechcr of Bclgrave, Mont.
Mrs. Charles G. Plumnwr and Mrs
Frank A. Druehl will gave a garden
party at Whndamerc next Tuesday
Mrs. William Reid was the hostess
on Monday at tea given for Miss
Winn and Miss Black of St. Louis.
Mrs. J. W. I Dons ton will lebve
shortly with her family for the sum
mer at one of the Southern California
There was a table d'hote luncheon
in the usual mid-week style at the
Mrs. J. A Earls entertained the
Twentieth Century club Wednesday
at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Dayncs have
moved, and are now at home at 76 G
Miss Maggie Brimley left Monday
evening for Los Angeles to visit with
Mrs. Ralph E. Iloag is down from
Ogden, spending the week in town.
Mrs. W. S. Henderson gave a card
party on Friday at h'er home.
Miss Edna Dwycr entertained at a
luncheon on Thursday.
A FREE -AND -EASY LOVE
FAMILY IS SENATOR
The announcement of the marriage
of W. A. Clark, Jr., the son of former
Senator Clark, will create considera
ble interest in Nevada, when it is
known that the bride is a sister of
Edward McManus, of Virginia City,
and by reason of the further fact that
she is the former wife of Marco J.
Mediu, of Butte, from whom she was
divorced last November.
Her marriage with young Clark
has a touch of the romantic about it
for he knew her but a few days prior
to the ceremony. It was a case of
love at first sight, William A., Jr.,
falling head over ears when they met,
and the young woman losing her
l'.cart after earnest importunities.
There was a touch of the romantic
about her marriage with Medin. This
occurred about seven years ago. The
pair framed up the match and went
to Salt Lake City, where the ceremony
was performed, strictly on the quiet
it being the intention of both husband I
and wife to keep the matter secret.
But a reporter for a Salt Lake
City newspaper discovered Marco's .
name on the register of the Hotel
Knutsford, and, scenting a story, first
pumped the clerk of the caravansary
and then confronted Marco with the
fact that he knew enough of the af
fair to make a good story, and in
vited the bridegroom to "come
through" with the finishing touches.
Marco did so, and the next day the
pair left for Butte.
The two sons of Senator Clark
have been wedded twice. The first
wife of William A., Jr., died in giving -
birth to William A. Ill, the famous
" million dollar baby."
Charlie wedded a stenographer in
the Clark bank at Butte, a very hand
some girl, and she died two or three
years ago in California. Charlie did
not remain in a state of single bless
edness longer than has his brother.
A sister, living in New York, has
been married twice, so that the sons
of the Senator have had two wives
and the daughter two husbands, while
the Senator himself has been married
There was a touch of the novelis- j
tic in the Senator's second marriage
which occurred in France and was
kept secret for nearly a year. She
was his ward, and had musical am
bitions and went to Europe to study.
The Senator arranged to meet her at
Marseilles and they were united there
The birth of a handsome boy prci I
dueled the keeping of the secret any
longer and the marriage and its date
were promptly made public. Gold
BRIEF AND BREEZY.
Bellamy Storer is to summer at
Back Bay. Quite appropriate for a
Texas leaves the contention for re- ,
cognition as the "garden spot" of tin ''
country, to other states. It is con
tent to be the watermelon patch of the
TI ings have reached a curious stage .
in this country when in a three cor- ;
ncred meeting bet' een the governors h
of N. C, S. C, and Connecticut, the ;
latter is the only gentleman who will
take anything stronger than lemonade.
"The Republican party always tells
the truth," says Senator Depew.
Rah, for the Senator! He has actual
ly perpetrated a real sure enough
joke at last!
Mr. Bryan's declaration that there -dp
slould be no quarrel among people
with a common purpose in life may
encourage Mr. Carnegie a little in his
Possibly Mr. Roosevelt could com
mand more popular attention for his
refusal to be a candidate if he could
put it in the form of an epigram.