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I 6 TRUTH ,
M The marriage of Miss Florence
M Robbins and Milan L. Craiulall took
M place Wednesday evening at the home
M of the bride's grandmother on Fourth
m Mast street. The marriage service
B was read by Dr. W. M. Padcn of the
M First Presbyterian church, and the
M bride was attended by her cousin,
H Miss Alice Martin. Louis Scckcls
U was the best man.
H Mr and Mrs. Lee Charles Miller
M celebrated the seventceth anniversa-
M ry of their marriage on Tuesday cv-
1 cuing with a dinner to their friends
at their home on Hast First South
H II 1 Savage entertained YVcdncs-
H day at a luncheon and circus party
M in compliment of Miss Dora liccr-
H steel cr of Iiclgradc,' Mont. His
H guests, besides Miss licersteckcr,
H were the Misses Hess and Mildred
H McMillan, Lystr Chambers, Clar-
H ence Milner and Mr. Scott.
H Mrs. C. II. Clement of Fort Doug-
H las entertained at dinner YVf-'iidcsday
H evening to meet her daughter, Miss
H Frances Borden.
H Mrs. V. S. McCoruick was the
H hostess at a musical tea, whatever
H that may mean, at which home of the
H leading singers of the city were heard.
H Mrs. William C. Jennings cntcr-
H taiticd the members of the Dante
H circle Wledncsday at a luncheon and
H literary afternoon for Miss Lcda
H Mrs. C. Ira Tuttlc gave an infor-
H mal luncheon at the Country club
H Wednesday for a dozen of her
H Mrs. Walter G. Filer entertained
H at a luncheon at the Country club
H Wednesday, covers being laid for fif-
H ' teen. The decorations were snow-
H balls, and place cards done in whi(c
H and green wc-rc used.
H Mrs. Andrew Ilowat and her four
Hi daughters 'entertained Thursday at
HJ the first of a scries of afternoon af
HJ HJ Miss Edna Dwycrs entertained at
HJ a luncheon Thursday.
HJ Mrs. Fred Dcm and her sister, Eli-
HJ zabcth Mclntyrc, arc at the Angclus,
HJ in Los Angeles for a time.
J, Mrs. Wlctzcl will leave the latter
HJ part of June to spend the summer
HJ; with her brother, "ir. Cumming, in
Hi Portland, Ore.
HJ Miss Ilclcn Monroe, who spent
HJ last summer here, has returned from
M Stanford and will spend the summer
H 'with her aunt, Mrs. C. II. McMahon.
H. Miss l?ecky Parker is here from
H , Texas and is visiting her mother, at
H Fort Douglas.
DEATH OF JUDGE MINER.
In the death of Judge James A
Miner this state sustains a distinct
loss. He was one of the stalwarts
who can not well be spared. Death
came to 1-im very suddenly and yet
in another sense it was not unexpect
ed. For a number of years he had
suffered from osification of the blood
vessels, which imposed upon the heart
more strain and more work than it
could perform and becoming exhaust
ed it just stopped and in the twinkling
of an eye Judge Miner had passed on.
lie knew his condition for years and
as much as possible avoided excite
ment or violent exercise. During the
past few months 1 c appeared to be
improved in health and was cheerful
and hopeful for the future.
Judge Miner was born in Marshall
Mich., in September, 1842, of Con
necticut parentage. He was educated
in Marshall and studied law in the of
fice of Judge Fitzgerald. Early in
his career he formed a partnership
with Judge O'liricn of Michigan, re
cently minister to Denmark, and just
transferred to the Japanese mission,
He married Miss Harriet L. Maker of
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and in 1890 was
appointed a justice of the Utah terri
torial supreme court by President
Harrison, lie later sat as a judge at
Ogden. For a brief period in 1895 he
practiced law in Salt Lake with Judge
Ililes. In that year, however, he was
reappointed judge, and on the organi
zation of the judicial branch of the
state later he was elected to the su
preme court. He was chief justice of
ths court at the time of his retirement
in 1903, owing to ill health.
He was for twelve years a member
of Mount Moriah lodge No. 2 of the
In addition to bceing an able lawyer
he was a keen and clear sighted busi- '
ncss man. Had he chosen a business
career he would have been most suc
cessful, as it is he left quite a com
fortable fortune. lie was always
gentlemanly, rather retiring and mod
est. He was a true friend and con
sequently had many warm personal
friends who exceedingly regret his de
mise. He was an honorable man and
an upright judge, one of the builders
of this state whose name will go
down in history. To his stricken fam
ily sincere sympathy is extended by
the entire community.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shealy of Og
den spent Wednesday in the city visit
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