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HI IIL 14 300DAIN'S WEEKLY 1$ Hines of the Coast Artillery, which took plaos at Ira St. Paul's church on Tuesday evening, was a MM beautiful affair attended by a largo number of Hi ' friends of the bride and groom who crowded tho Hj i prettily decorated church, where white and green K blossoms, ferns and palms blended with tho mill- H tary decorations. H Miss Boes Avas attended by Miss Anna Stahl, H as maid of honor. Mrs. Frank Barrell, as matron Hi i of honor, and the bridesmaids were Miss Ethel Hjf t Firman, Miss Margaret Emerson and Miss Mary H ' Louise Thatcher. H, The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Hj Ward W. Reese. Joseph Johnson was best man Hi for Lieut. Hines, and the ushers were Clayton Hi I. Thatcher, Arthur Moreton and Frank C. Bar- M rell. ft Following the ceremony a large reception was Hi' given at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Boes, and as- H I , stating in receiving were Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. H Hines, Miss Rubella Rathbone, Mrs. T. Chap- H 1 1 man and Miss Edna Shepard. H 5 Lieutenant and Mr3. Hines have gone to San H j ' Francisco and will be ait home at the Presidio. H i Mrs. George D. Keyser entertained at a lunch- Hi eon on Tuesday at the University club in honor H of Mrs. Aaron Keyser and Mrs. Paul Keyser. H Covers were laid for thirty, and the luncheon H was one of the most elaborate affairs of the week. H Mrs. Paul Keyser, a charming bride, has al- H , ready taken her place as one of the most popular H members of the younger married set which is be- H ing rapidly added to by the numerous weddings H of June. H Mr. Ben Siegel entertained at a dinner at the H Country club on Wednesday night in honor of H Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keyser. The same guests will H be present at a dinner to be given by Mrs. Key- H ser at tho Country club a week from tonight. Hj iThe wedding of Miss Ivy May Snyder, daugh- H ter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Snyder, and Harry H Blaine Bryan of Tacoma took place at the home H of the bride on Wednesday evening, the Rev. H William M. Paden officiating. H Tho bride was attended by Misss Hazel Snyder H and Fred Witherspoon was best man for Mr. H Bryan. About two hundred guests were presont H to witness the ceremony and attend the recep- H tion which followed. H Hj A beautiful tea was that given on Thursday H afternoon In honor of Mrs. G. B. Lockhart of Ely, H Nevada, by Mrs. Charles M. Bell The home was H prettily decorated for the occasion and a large H number of ladies were present during the receiv- M ing hours. H Mr. and Mrs. George M. Bacon entertained at H a dinner at the Alta club on Monday evening in H honor of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coolidge of Bos- H . ton. Covers were laid for twelve. H' Mr. and Mrs. Joy H. Johnson have returned H frpm the east, where they toured tho New lEng- H land states in an automobile. Hj In honor of Mrs. Karl Schied, Mrs. T. G. Web- H ber gave a luncheon at tho Country club on Hj Thursday. B On Monday and Tuesday of next week at the M Country club Miss Solma Wall will entertain 9 The members of the jury which Wednesday M pronounced Morris, the highwayman, guilty of Vfl murder in the first degree, must feel very strange Hj and isolated among Utah's murder trial juries B of other days not so many days away, either. H The custom of convicting a man of murder H simply because he killed one or two citizens H while trying to hold them up, was becoming H quite passe in Utah. Tin juries seemed to feel BH i that Warden Pratt's milk-fed chickens and new 1 potatoes in cream for thirty or forty years, with a chance now and then to stick a knife In a guard or slam a crowbar at a fellow prisoner, was suf ficient punishment for the man-killers. In the cloud of squeamish pleas for mercy for convicted murderers by Utah juries and the cluster of kill ers now at the penitentiary on the east bench, th,e action of the Morris jury in condemning that fiend to death is pretty nearly the one ray of light justice in this stafca has had in. two years. It was nice to postpone his sentence, and really the man ought to be given two or three more trials on tho ground that the stenographer who drew up the indictment aglnst ihlm used a pale blue instead of a lavender colored ribbon on her machine, or somo other technicality, and by that time he can probably convince a jury the murder was an accident anyway. FINE NEW CAFE. One of the most attractive cafes for ladies and gentlemen in the city is the new Bismarck Annex, recently opened under the management of Sig Simon, and already it has become a popular ren dezvous for those who seek a cozy retreat while enjoying good things to eat and drink. As cool as a grotto, prettily decorated and lighted, and in viting in every way, it is an excellent place for luncheons at all hours, particularly at noontime and after the theatre. The management is catering strictly to ladies and gentlemen, and a cordial invitation is ex tended to all to call and Inspect the newest idea in Salt Lake cafes. Located in Heart of the Business Districts. Two blocks from all Mormon Interests. Strictly European Plan. Wie NEW WILSON A. Fred Woy. The most up-to-date Hotel West. Salt Lake City. Opened March, 1903. Popular Priced Restauant. Rates $1.00 to $3.00 per day. Large Light Sample Rooms. 200 Rooms with Telephone, Hot and Cold Running Water. Sixty Private Baths. American Beauty BEER Is fine for nursing mothers. Its tonic qual- J5S, Ities, derived from the W$mw' finest imported hops d$M? and choice malt, are in- iS!$liW valuable in maintaining Alw strength and enriching 4 the blood. Does not Mff cause biliousness. Jll&mmP Order a case WW than 10c per iMMflA mMSIgmsf THE SALT 4H9HSr LAKE C,Ty HH BREWING SBr COMPANY I CALIFORNIA I LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA On sale June 5th, Gth and 10th to 22nd, - inclusive, good for return until September m 15, 1911. To Los Angeles and return. .$30.00 "' On sale daily, June 1st to Sept. 30th, in clusive, good for return until October 31, 1911. To Los Angeles and return. . .$40.00 N. E. A. CONVENTION On sale June 27th to July 5th, good for return until September 15, 1911. Salt Lake City to San Francisco and re turn via Los Angeles $35.75 For further information call on your local agent at 169 Main St., Salt Lake, or write to T. C. PECK, G. P. A., Los Angeles, Cal. J. H. MANDERFIELD, A. G. P. A., Salt Lake, Utah. UHIYERSAL SERYICE The Question Asked First By Those Renting or Buying Homes "IS THE HOUSE WIRED ,, FOR ELECTRIC LIGHT?" A-negative reply turns people away. If the house is properly wired for electric service THAT Is a big factor in renting or selling it. Builders are Invited to confer with us in making plans. Advice by our experts is part of the ser vice. Ask for the Commercial Department. Utah Light & Railway Co, "Electricity for Everything"