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TRUTH 7 I
An early fall wedding to whieli
much local interest is attractsd is
that of Von A. Paul and Anna Louise
Wcy The lady being a daughter of
Mrs. and A. Fred Wcy one of Silt
Lake's prominent hotel proprietors
'Fhc engagement of Annie Smith
to Raymond C. Smith has been an
nounccd by the young lady's parents
Mr. and Mrs. George G. Smith, the
wedding to take place some time next
A WOMAN'S WARBUE.
(v. Salt Lake is hustling about jt an
express rate. In addition to the
"Busiest ' times at the "Rcsorrs,"
amusements of a non-classical char
actor, weird sensations in the divorce
courts, a thrilling telegraphers' strike,
an army of masons and bricklayers,
pulling down buildings to erect pa
latial edifices, and P. J. Moran busy
with the latest street improvements,
knights of the hammer and the little
"yellow boys". bring desolation and
dust in their train and make such
a maddening noise. But we submit
cheerfully for the sake of "Our City
The fall and winter sales will soon
be on to the delight of the "She
shoplifter," whose nimble fingers will
soon get "busy" tucking away )'
petticoat crevices, anything from a
bed-sheet to a side comb. Let the
floor walkers beware of the "smooth"
little lady, and know her game.
The scene of kimonas deserves spec
ial mention involving the most sen
sational scrio comic, changes of the
day. "The strike of the Reusing
ton Housewives," caused by the
pranks of a naughty man who 'n
sisted on putting in a new boiler,
when thirty-nine petite housewives
needed hot water. In consequence
of which portly matrons and curl
papered maids "struck." Hubbies
were riled, but all came out thru the
timely and tactful interference of
Danirc Fate. .
Can anyone alleviate the suffering
ff of the "Weary and Dejected strap-
holder?" She says a scat in our city
cars will be graciously received and
no questions asked."
This is the season for artificial
flowers. Our hats arc loaded with
rainbow bunches. In the dressy parts
of our city cafes the fashionables
look like a flower garden tragedy.
This sarcasm is not "flowery" but
takes the guise of a "bouquet." The
sales in all our stores arc now on.
Perfect creations can be bought at
"If wives were always bitter
And sweethearts always sweet,
We all would sweethearts borrow,
And leave the wives to greet."
A little while ago Truth published
the fact that the Trilnine h.ul made
overtures to the Mormon church fdr
a cessation of the "fight for revenge
which Mr. Kcarns has been making
on the Mormons ccr since the head
of their church refused to use his in
fluence for the re-election of Mr.
Kcarns to the United Sta'cs senate
Truth also published the further fact
that the Tribune had been turned
down and that the church people
would have no truck with it what
ever. In its desperation to find a soft
spot to light on, knowing as it docs,
that the "jig is up" with the "Ameri
can" party, it is now making proposi
tions to the more prominent men of
the republican party with a view of
ditching the "American" party and
getting back as a republican party
organ. The meanness and duplicity
of a course such as this is unspeak
able. It is what might reasonably be
expected from the Tribune gang
There is no chance of the republicans
listening to any proposition the Tri
bune may make. Any party that
would go into such a corrupt and
treacherous compact as the Tribune
desires or would make any deal at
all with such a paper as the Tribune
has of recent years become is dc
.icrxing of utter defeat and contempt
and scorn besides. The Tribune since
it has found that it and its corrupt
boodling gang cannot rule the "Amcr
ican" party is now going to wreck it
that is if it needs any further wreck
ing than it has already sustained
And all this in the face of Mr. Kcarns'
recent proclamation or manifesto that
he and his Tribune would continue in
the course it had been pursuing for
several years until they had nndc
Utah an "Amcrikearns" state.
WOMEN'S CLUB NOTES.
The first meeting of the Ladies'
Literary will occur September 13th
being an informal affair of a social
nature. A' chat over the teacups, a
gossip on frills and furbelows will
be replenished by a short address
Mrs. Parmalce, the presiding presi
dent. Meetings of the L. L. C.
will occur the second and fourth Fri
day of every mouth. A more com
plete program and outline of the
season's work will appear later.
The Orpheus club, Salt Lake's
Male Glee Club, at a recent meeting
decided to faVof this city with two
musical events, occurring the first
week in December, and the first vccl:
in March, This is a clever musical
organisation composed of forty mem
bers, whose productions have always
been looked forward to and enthus
At the next meeting, September 10,
more matured plans will be introduced
by the board of directors, which is
composed of Mr. Hudson, Dr. Ebough
Mr. Sibley, and Fred Bennct.
RECEPTION TO PROF. MEAKIN
An entertaining program has born
prepared for the reception to be given
to Prof. John P. M'cakin on Suudaj
evening, August 25th. The reception
is a complimentary affair gotten up
by a few of Mr. Meakin's friends. It
will be held at the Eagle's hall, West
Temple and Second South streets,
The program is as follows:
I. Piano Solo. Song of the
F. Hardie Mcakin.
J. Introductory Remarks.
Mr. A. G. Mahan.
Governor John C. Cutler.
Mrs. Bessie Browning, Mrs. Geo
Smith, Mr. Joseph Poll,
Mr. A. G. Mahan.
5. Solo. Since First I Met
Miss Enid Edmonds.
6. Poetic Address.
7. Intermission Informal Social.
8. Tenor Solo.
Mr. Joseph Poll.
9. Short Addresses.
10. Solo. Elcgic ....... Massenet
Mrs. Bessie Browning.
Flute Obligato by Mr. Chas Berry
I I. Selection.
12. Poem. Good Bye, God
Bless You Eugene Field
SALT LAKE THEATRE
OPENING OF THE SEASON
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNDSDAY AUGUST 26 27 28
In the Bishop's Carriage"
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New Fall I
Advance fall styles arc ncrc H
and wc arc showing many ori- 'H
giual and attractive designs H
the identical styles that arc now H
being shown in the leading
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