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10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 28, 1909.
I I SOCiAL HAPPENINGS THROUGHOUT THE STATE I PARK CITY Fpcclnl to The Tribune. PARK CITY, Fob. 27. The twelfth anniversary of the Woman's Athcnncuin was delightfully celobraicd on Monday with a 1 o'clock luncheon at tho homo of the president, Mrs. F. W. Hayt. Nineteen members were present, tho remaining number being out of town. Tho home was appropriately decorated with largo flags; over tho sideboard hung a picture- of George Washington, with a silk ling draped about it. Four Tables wcro arranged for the pleasure of the jruests, each ono having in the center a vase filled with rod and white carnations, tho gift of Mr. Hoyt. Dainty place cards with a tiny American flair and the following inscription added to the prettily arranged tables: ''190T 3009. Organization day. February 22, Woman's Athonneum, Park City. I'tnh. Love and greetings to .charter members, to those whom wo havo sinco welcomed, not forgetting those who have gone. Piom Mrs. Terry and Mrs. Allon, 525 West Highland avenue, Redlnnds, Cal." Immediately following the dainty luncheon, tho president in her pleasing manner introduced the toastmistress. Mrs. Edwin Nesbit. who said in part that she knew she voiced tho sontimcut of ovcrj' member of the Athenaeum when she said wo are more than glad to bo with our president today. She cnlled on Mrs. L. B. Wight, who re sponded to tho toast, "'Our President." in a most able and charming manner. This was followed bv an instrumental selection. "Georgo Washington, Jr.," beautifully rendered by Miss Laura Townsend. Miss Amber Bardsley re sponded to tho toast. "Tho First Presi dent. Our Glorious Washington;" Mrs. A. B. Williams spoko of the "Havo Beeus and the May Bo's;" Mrs. E. P. Lecomptc. "Our Flag: piano solo. "The Spinning Song." Miss Laura Townsend: "Organization Day." Mrs. ('. M. Wilson; rccitatiou. Mrs. J. .7. . Frankcl. A short recess was declared. The meeting was again called to order and the president announced that elec tion of officers was nest in order, which resulted as follows: Mrs. A. B. Wil liams, president: Mrs. Sherman Fargo, fhst vice-president: Mrs. Charles Shields, second vice-president; Miss Eva Hughes, secretary; Miss Mary Shields, treasurer: Mrs. F. W. HayL auditor; Mrs. E. P. Lflcomnte. critic: Mrs. E. ,T. B Bfggs, librarian. Roll call was re f ponded to by quotations fromWnshing- H ton. "America," sung and adjournment tnken until Monday, March 1, when the club will meet with Miss Laura Town snid. Mrs. A. B. Williams, the prcsi- 1 dont-elcct. has named the following B committees: Programme. Mrs. C. M. Wilson, Mrs. E. Ncsbit, Mrs. E. P. Lc compto. Mrs. J. .T. Frankcl; cntertain ment, Mrs. J. Diem. Miss Amber Bards lev; room leave, Mrs. n. S. Townsend, Miss Lillie Long; music. Miss Laura 1 Townsend. Tho dancing party given bj' Prof. William H. Miller on Monday evening B proved one of tho social events of the B week just ended. Among the dancors h were noticed the Misses Gcrtmdo Woods, Ida McFarland. Hannah Le- H compte. Nellie Jennings, Margaret Nim mo. Birdie Beatty. Edna Sutton, Frances Shields, Laura Townsend. Hilred Wil son. Myrtle Peterson. E. Wright. Cora Mnlgravo. Nona Hurley. Mae Nimmo, Julia Hurler, Emily Foster, Millie Bond, Mac Fernette, Winnie Jennings, Clara Kimball. Anna Wilson, Delia Wil liams, Janie Nimmo. Miriam Raddon, Rhea Rilev, Ella Colthorpo. Florence Fernette. Julia Huxley, Martha Kelly, Jennie Wilson, Nellie Sullivan. Lisle H. Webb. Emily Smith. Crescent Smith. H: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson, Mr. and i Mrs. O. W. Allen, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. Hl Youugberg, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. White- Hl lev, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamion, Messrs. Otto Peterson, Jack Townsend. Paul mmM Bil-ings, Ed Lecomnte. Harry Hall, Charles nartwell. William Shea. Ber nard Woods. George Ouinn, Warwick Foster, Arnold Smith, Ed Evans, Bert Deighton. Lawrence Paul, Clarence Gates. Will Dcason, HaTry Stevenson, Bud Wright. Elmer Stein, Leo "Raddon. Jjno Dalglcish, George Huddj". Joe mwM Ouinn. Jack McLellan, Bob Dalglleish, Wil1 Sutton. One of the delightful events of the past week was the card party given b' Hj Mrs. S, E. Whitelcv on Monday after noon, in compliment to ber sister. Miss Nellie Sullivan of Eureka. The pleas- Hj ant home was prettily decorated with ttie stars and stripes and runners of bunting were gracefully festooned about the rooms, where the card ta hies were arranged. Each table repre sented a fort and the winners as tliev 1 -ogressed were given flags. Afc the conclusion of the games Fort Sumpter was victorious and prizes t (beautiful silk flags) were given to Miss Hannah Lecompjte. Mrs. II. Sutherland, Mrs. Ed Kopp And Mrs. L. McEman. Dainty refreshments were then served b t.he charming hostess. The guests present were: Miss Hannah Lecomptc, Miss Eila Colfhorpe. Miss Mae Baillce. Miss Agnes Harrington, Miss Julia Hurley, Miss Minnuie Cunningham, Mrs. E. W. Allen. Mrs. J. W. Thomson. Mrs. F. i M. Smith. Mrs. H M Short. Mrs J Welsh. Mrs L. Garvin, Mrs. J. Ohara, Mrs V. I. Youngberg, Mrs. W. D. Sut ion, Mrs. F. McEwan, Mrs. Ed Kopp, Hi M s. Henry Sutherland and Miss Kath iyn Cunningham. Miss Anna Paul entertained the For-got-Mo-Not member? on Friday even mg with games, music and dainty ro freshmen ts. Those present wcro tho Misses Birdie Beatty. Enid Riley. Grace Stringer. Hildred Wilson, Frances R. Shields, Eleanor Wright and Vina Maw hinney. Miss Ella Colthorpe, who has been ihv guest of Miss Hannah Lecomptc, was guest 6i honor at a pleasant dinner ffiien at the Daly Vrest on Sundav, fol lowed by skeiing. in which n'li tho 5ng peoplo took part. To meet tho giest of honor there were present the Misses Hannah Lecomptc. Cora Mul grave, Gertrude Woods, Florence Blau chard. Ida McFarland, Arthur Bards ley. Messrs. Paul Billings. Ed Lecomptc. t George Quinn. Oscar Friendly, F. T. I Williams. George. Lindsay, HaVry Hall and F W. Sherman. Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Frankcl gave a Tcttily appointed dinner on Thursdav evening, to which a small party o'l' Jriends were bidden. A mound of vio Jts adorned the board and covers were laid for- Mr. an.d Mrs. Edwin Ncsbit. Mr. and Mrs. John Diem, Oscar Friend Iv, "Ira and Francis Diem and George FrankeL The 0. L. S. C. met with Mrs. C. M. Wilson on Tuesday. Dainlv refresh mciith u'orc served and a nleasant aftcr- 1 noon was spent, tho ladies will meet with Mrs. F. W. Hoyt on Tuesday. Hl Sl Rosciibaum of Salt Lnlco and Ed Lecomptc were cntrtaincd at din nor on Friday at the pleasant homo of 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Frankcl. Carna- 1 tous formed the tablo decorations. Mr. and Irs. Robert Jennings spent Ia-V P;lI'1 t'"1- i'Ht week Hj vi th 31 r. and Mra. James Jonuings. Hl Sol Roacubaum of Salt Lake visited with Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Frankcl for a couple of days tho past week. Miss Mvrtlo Peterson and brother Otto of Salt Lnlco visitod with Miss Clara Kimball Sunday and Monday. Clarence Gates and Robort Dalglcish of tho university spent tho 22nd inst. . with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. H. Crossman wont down to the metropolis on Saturday. Miss Ada Kimball is visiting in Zion . with relatives. Miss Margaret Paul of Salt Lako is tho guest ot her parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Wight returned from the city Monday morniug. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ncsbit are homo from Zion. where they spent a short time the past week. Miss Julia Hurley and Miss Mao Nimmo of the Salt Lako univorsit3 spent t ho holidays with their parouts. Miss Edna Sutton returned to the city on Tuesday, after spending sov oral days with her parents. Miss Ella Colthorno returned to Salt Lake on Tuesdaj-, after a pleasant visit with Miss Hannah Lccomptp. Judge W. I. Snvder spent Tuesday in Park with Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Le comptc. Tho members of tho Morry Widows spent a pleasant evening on Thursday with Miss Crescent Smith. Tho Pythian Sistors held their regu lar meeting Wednesday evening, fol lowed by a banquet, and programme. The Knights of Columbus gavo a banquet at Societ hall on Sunday even ing, and a dancing pnrt3 Monday evou ing. Tho members of the Afternoon card party will meet with Mrs. II. M. Short next Wednesday-. The Ladies' societ' of tho Congrega tional church will meet with Irs. F. W. Sherman next Fridav afternoon, March 5. FROVO 1 Special to The Tribune. PROYO, Feb. 27. Garden City lodge No. 10, Knights of Pythias, gave a vor3 interesting and successful onter tainmont Monday evening, the P3thian Sisters joining and doing much for tho success of tho occasion. Tho principal feature was a lecturo by E. A. Buckler on "Damon and Pythias." After tho lecture, light refreshments wcro served and general sociability was indulged in. The Shubcrt quartette of four j'oung ladies sang several selections. The grand lodge Knights of Pythias of Utah will convene in Provo this 3'car in Ma3' and this entertainment is ono of the evidences of the enthusiasm of tho lo cal knights in their preparation for the coming event. The Nineteenth Century club met on Frida' aftorno'on with Mrs. Samuel Schwab. The programme consisted of a paper on the "Women of Ancient Greece." by Mrs. Warnick, and a con tinuation of the reading of extracts from "Letters from Greeco" S3 Mrs. Chcovcr. Tho Sorosis club met on Wodnesdav afternoon with Mrs. Cordelia Lund. Professor A. C. Lund gave an excellent lecture on "James-1 and Translation, of tho Bible." Mrs. Lydia Holdawa3 and Mrs Ina Gcc Hodson wero elected members of tho club. Arrangements were completed for the annual banquet to bo given by tho club on March 3 at tho Hotel Roberts. The students of the B. Y. univcrsit3 gave a dancing part- at tho gymnasium ou Monda3' evening. A large crowd was in attendance. Ray Dorius of Salt Lake City was a Provo visitor this week. Will Hoover and Harr' Heal enter tained tho members of the Lo Coterie club with a trout dinner on Mondn' evening at tho Gricr house. Covers were laid for thirty. Miss Nellie McArthur of Salt Lake City spent a part of this week in Provo as tho guest of Mrs. Edgar McArthur. The Social Sixty club gave a ver3r en jo3'able dancing party on Wednesdaj evening at tho First ward' social hall. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thompson of Newhouso spent Frida3' and Saturday in the Garden city with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. BobiEon. J. T. Fennemoro of Lincoln, Neb., stopped off in Provo for a few days this week. Ray nerichclift of Ogden spent Mon day in Provo. Mrs. Chris Scott entertained a num ber of her friends at her home on Mon da The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Scott's birthday. Frank Hoover of Nophi visited friends and relatives in Provo on Tues da3. Miss Lizzie Thornton of American Fork spent part of tho week with girl friends in Provo. Mi'fs Leona Billings 6pent Sunday and Monday with her parents in Salt Lako Citj. Ben Clark, formerly of this city, who is now mining in Nevada, is visiting friends and relatives here for a week. Dave J. Thurman, B. C. Earl and Joseph Roberts aro over from Lohi for a few da3's. The B. Y. U. first and second basket ball teams left for Logan on Thursda-. They played in Logan on Friday and Saturdaj-. Mrs. W. A. Thomo entertained Wed nesda3r afternoon in honor of Mrs. F. S. Thome of American Fork. Tho time passed pleasant ly with music and games. Luncheon was served to tho thirty guests present. Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson havo re turned from Los Angeles, Cal. Sticky Sweating Palms after taking salts or cathartio waters did you ever notice that weary all gone feeling the palms of your hands sweat and rotten taste Jn your mouth Cathartics only move 03 sweating your bowels Do a lot of hurt Try a CASCA RET and see how much easier the job Is done how much better you feel, w CASCARKXS 10c a box for a week7 treatment, nil Urupeisis. Bifcne1 wller in the world. Million boxci a month. DRINK IDAN-HA NATURAL LITHIA WATER. "Makes Everything Good." F. J. Klesel U Co.. Ogden. Rieaer ii Llntiley. Salt Lake. Distributors. 1 OGDEN Spcclnl to Tho Tribune. OGDEN, Fob. 27.On Sunday nftcr noon at the homo of Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Meek, was consummated tho marriage of thoir daughter, Grace Muriel, to Ev orolt T. Goodell. Promptly at I o'clock the bridal procession entered to tho strains of rendclssohn 's wedding piarch, plnved by Miss Lotiiso Allen nnd Miss Edith Corey. Rev. Noblo Strong Eldorkin officiated, using tho beautiful and impressivo Episcopal rit ual. The homo was decorated in green and white, and tho ba3' window whero tho bridal party stood, was especially artistic with whito llowors and greens. Tho brido's gown was soft whito silk, with trimmings of rich lace and hand cmbroidorv. and she carried a bouquet of American Beaut rosc3. Her going awav gown was light tan, with hat lo match. After the ceremony refresh ments wero served in tho dining room by tho girl friends of tho bride. Mr. and Mrs. Goodell left on tho limited for San Francisco, whoro Mr. Goodell is manager of tho Hutton & Co. broker age firm." TI1C3- will mako thoir home here. Anothor intorestintr wedding of tho week was that of Mrs. Moda Corey Roberts and Rnlph D. Roberts, which took placo on Thursday aftornoon nt 1 o'clock at tho home oi' tho brido's par onts. Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Coro3 Tho ooromon- wns performed by Row J. E. Carver of tho First Presl)3'terian church and was witnessed by only the girl friends of the brido and the near rela j tives. Decorations of carnations and I palms wero used, and after tho core mon3' luncheon was served. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roberts left on tho afternoon train for California and will bo gone about two weeks. Upon thoir return thoy will go to Canada and later will make their homo in Ogden. Lincoln circlo No. 2, Ladies of tho G. A. R., and their friends wero enter tained by Mrs. Sarah Niccl3' at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Murphv. on the aftornoon of Washing ton 's birthdaj-. Tho houso was bright with bunting, fings nnd flowers. A mu sical and literary program, which was arranged 1)3 Mrs. Bostaph, was carried our, and proved ver3 entertaining and instructive. About sixt3' guests wore present, among thorn being a number of the G. A. R. Miss Marvel Ivos pro sided at tho punch bowl, nnd dainty refreshments worn sorvfld hv tlm linnf. oss. A portrait of Washington gracod tho merry scone, and tho afternoon was one of unusual interest. The M. S. G. club entertained ton young men on tho evening of Washing ton's birthday at a dinner party at tho homo of Miss Lilin Eccles. Tho deco rations wore beautifully carried out in the club colors, pink and white. Tho tables wns especially preUy. a largo basket of lilies of tho vallov' suspended over the table and pink ribbons extend ing to each plate. Large silver cande labra, with pink shades, wero at each end of tho tablo, and the placo cards wero whito and pink. Those prosont wero the Misses Norma Scars, Alberta Wright, Clio Ecclcs. Beatrico Brewor. Lillian Wright, Mnblo Rolapp, Fawn Wriglit. Lucilo Ballaut3-ne. Vorna Browning and Lilia Ecclcs: Messrs. .Too Scowcroft, Jr., Woodward Moll,' Vic tor Sears. Joseph Eccles. Francis God dard. Stewart Eccles. Will Ecclcs, Ray Treseder, Jim Scowcroft and Tha'd Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Porter have re turned from a two weeks' trip to Port land, Ore. Superintendent and Mrs. W. A. Whit ney nrc homo .from Oakland, Cal., whero thc3-Jiave boon for the past two weeks. Brig Robinson and Will nickenloopor havo returned to Ogden from n trip through California. Miss Judith C. Fant of tho forestry service has returned to Ogden after a few da3s' stay at tho "Utah Hot Snrintrs. Col. E. Robinson of Minneapolis is spending a few days in Ogden. Mrs. W. F. James of West Weber was the recipient of a pleasantly ar ranged surprise given by a number of icr friends, in honor of her fiftieth birthdo3' anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Taber of Elko, Nov., visited friends in Ogden during the week. " Mrs. A. W. Walker visited friends in Coalville during the week. W. C. McNeill of Pasadena. Cal., was the guest during the week of Judge J. E. Bagle3. h Mrs. 0. J. Stilwell was hostess on Wednesday evening at a dinner party, covers boiug laid for nine guests. Mrs. G. H. Davis entertained nt a dinner party on Sunda3' evening in compliment to Mrs. J. L. Hcrrick. Mrs. W. L. Wattis was hostess at an informal- urrauged afternoon affair on Friday. Miss Lillian Packard left Friday for Denver, where sho will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Herrick. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hollingsworth spent part of tho week in Salt Lako Cit3". Miss Ella Mitchell wns given a 6iir prise on Friday evening b3' about twont3' of her young friends. , Tho old-fashioned Bupper given on the evening of Washington '3 birthday by tho ladies of tho Episcopal church at the parish home was one of the most pleasant social events of tho week. A largo number of guests wero resont. and those serving appeared in Colonial costumes. Mrs. Sarah Nicely entertained the members of Lincoln circle No. 2. G A. R., on Washington's birthda3', and "a program in keeping with the day was carried out. Mrs. A. L. Fryer, who has been tho guest ot Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGaw for the .j.-ast few weeks, has returned to her homo 111 Seattle. Mrs. J. E. Carber, Mrs. A. D. Barber 1 r ?s eatrii:e Borcman went to bait Lake City on Monda3' to attend the fourth annual luncheon given by the Daughters of tho American Revolution. Miss Mary Harding was hostess on -Monday ivening at a whist partv. tho guests numbering about sixteen." The rooms were decorated in pink and white carnations and pink shaded- lights. Prizes wcro won by Miss Erma Thomp. son and Carl Shepherd. Mrs. J". N. Spargo wns hostess 011 Mondnv and Tucwlav afternoons at card pnrtics given at. tho Virginia, Tho first day bridge and five hundred wero tho games, and 011 Tuesday fivo hundred was played. Mrd. Spnrgo was assisted bv- Mrs. William Van Allen, Mrs. A. U. Horn, Mrs. J. H. Spargo and Mrs. Gillcn beck. Mrs. A. P. Bigolow entertained the mombor8 of tho Martha society on Mon day' afternoon. The homo was decorated with tho national colors and thu re freshments wore in keeping with tho day. Superintendent Thomas of tho state industrial school extended au in- vitation to tho mombcrB of the society to visit tho school in two wocks. Miss Edna Aloxandor entertained ton of her girl friends on Tuesday after noon at an informally arranged ninchoon to iiieet hor guest, Miss Dorothy Wilbert of Kontuck'. Tho decorations wore all carried out in 3'ollow, tho tablo having a Bnttonbcrg ccnterpicco over 3'ollow and a cut glass bowl of daffodils graced tho center of tho tablo. Cards announcing tho marriago Jud son N. Smith and Cleta C. Davis of Caldwell, Ida., havo been recoived this week b3' tho frioudB of Mr. Smith in Ogden. Tho groom is tho sou of Dr. nnd Mrs. D. N. Smith, and formcrly rcsidod hero. Tho brido is one of tho most popular girls of Caldwell. Mrs. E. T. Hulaniski will entertain at a Kensington on the afternoon of March 4 at her homo on Jofforson avonuo. Hor guests will bo tho mombors of Lincoln circlo, No. 2, LadicB of tho G. A. R. Mrs. F. M. Fre3 Mrs. B. L. TJndor wood and Mrs. W. I. Underwood enter tained tho ladies of tho Baptist and Methodist missionary societies Thurs day afternoon at hor homo on Thir teenth street. An interesting programme was carried out and the affair was ono of thorough enjoyment. W. L. Burt and F. A. Burt aro spend ing a fow weeks in Now York City. Ono of tho weddings for next weok is that of Miss Bortha Prico and Ralph Carlcw, which will take placo at the homo of tho brido on Monday ovoning. Miss Mildred Tn3'lor entertained flio members of her sewing club on Wcdncs da3' afternoon. Miss Trma Doxey was hostess on Thursdaj' evening at a card party given at hor homo on Twonty-scvcnth street. High fivo was tho gamo. and prizes woro awarded to tho lucky players. Refresh ments followed tho games, nnd thoso present wore Misses Elva Littlcfield, Bossio Lindquist, Bonnio Lamdon, lone Wilcox, Zelta Ballingcr, Ada Slovens, Lula Browning, Marion Emmott, Verna Riloy; Messrs. Clvdo Clark, Jay Red field, Paul Ellis, Will Erickson. Tho mnrriago of Misn Eliza II inch cliff o daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Mathias IlJiichcliffo, to Stephen J. Buckwalter of Salt Lnlco City took place on Wednesday at high noon in the Salt Lako temple, and was followed 1)3' a largo reception in tho evening at the homo of tho brido's parents in this city. Tho parlor was docoratod with roses and carnatidnn and tho dining room and hall wcro bright with clusters of smilnx, ferns and carnations. Punch was sorvfld in an arbor of emilax and decorations, and was presided over hy Miss Ada Riley. Mrs. Nato Tanner aiul Mrs. James R1I03' assisted in rocoiving. Tho bride's dress was blue-gray silk with gold trimmings and laco. Mr. and Mrs. Buckwalter left for Salt Lako City, where they will mako their home. Mrs. William H. Ecclcs entertained tho members of her cwing club on Frida3' afternoon. EP11RA1M 1 Special to The Tribune. EPIIRAIM. Fob. 27. Ono of tho most beautiful wedding receptions of tho season was that of Miss Naomi Altor strom, daughter of tho Into Mr. nnd Mrs. John Alterstrom, to Wiley E. All red, which took placo at tho "homo of the brido last night. Tho ceremony was performed b3' L. R. Anderson at tho Mauti temple during tho da3 Tho brido woro a whito chiffon mull trimmed in laco and insertion and car ried a bouquet of carnations. Tho dec orations wero beautifully carried out with smilax, potted plants and carna tions. Dinner was sorved nt 0:30, and during the evening light refreshments and punch wcro passed. Mr. and Mrs. Allred will spend about a weok visitig with rolativos and friends hero, after which tliC3' will bo at homo at Fort Greon. Ono of the prottv social events given during tho winter season was tho part' given by Miss Cclda Rasmusscn at her home, Tuosdny night. A daint3' lunch was served at 10:30, and a most pleas ant evening was spent in games and fortune tolling. The following ladies wero present: The Misses La Pruel Willardson, Nora Anderson, Patra An derson, Clarn Dorius, Cordelia Dorius, Ethel Thorpe, Josophino Mortensen, Anna Sorenson, Alico Lund and Mrs. Esperson. Miss Cordelia Dorius was given a pleasant surprise b3' lifty-scven of her little school childron, Monday' night. Tho little tots walked into her home shortly after 7 o'clock with their arms filled with good thincs to eat, which were served later during tho cvoning. Miss Dorius was presented with a beau tiful hand-painted plate. A musical programmo was carried out, and vnri ous games wero played. A successful surprise part3' was car ried out on Mrs. Nora Poulscn one even ing during this week, Mrs. Anderson being presented with a beautiful token from tho crowd. An elaborate lunch was sorved, and a musical programme was carried out which had boon pro pared by members of tho Danish choir. Tho part3' consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Otto G. Olson, Mrs. Ellen Nielson, Miss Christine Willardson, Miss Mario Wil lardson. Mr. James Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olson, Mrs. Maria Dorius, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Thulen, Mrs. Anna Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lundhart, Mrs. G. Beal. Mrs. Karen Goldbrant ! zen, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Iverson, Mrs. Niels Thompson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Olson, Mrs. Louis Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. M. Christcnson, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Christianson. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ander son. Mr. and Mrs. J. Jorgensen, Mrs. P. Madson, Mrs. T. Monson, Mrs. John Soronscn, Mr. and "Mrs. S. Peterson, Mr. James Boson. Miss Lillie Boson, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bjcrrogaard. Miss Louise Jensen and Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Willard wero tho host and hostess at a dinner pnrK- at thoir homo Sunda3' evening, conlimentar3' to R. G. Winter, who is spending a fow days in this city. Tho guests present woro Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson. Mr. Peterson, Adolphus Keslor aud M3TU0 Pchrson. Willie Olson was pleasantly sur prised 1)3' a number of his friends at tiro home of his parents in the eastorn part of the city, Monday night. Short ly after the arrival ot tho party an elaborate lunch was served. A most enjoyable cvoning was spoilt in games, music, oic. . Tho following wero. pres ent: Mr. and Mrs. Edwnrd Olson, Ma ria Hormanaon, Chrisl.ino Anderson, Ida Anderson, Celina Olson, Hardina Olson, Josophino Olson, Sarah Jensen, Evo-n .Pelorsou, Jcsso Allen, Frances Ljmnn, Charles Olsen, Alonzo Oviatt and Mor ris L3'inan. The fiyc-yoar-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Niolson is suffering with t3-phoid fovor. Mr. German Rasmussoii returned from Salt Lake yesterday, whore ho was iu attoudauco at tho funeral of his son, Josoph, who wns accidentally killed Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christianson spent Saturday and Sundaj' in this city. They are teaching school at Josoph City. Tho littlo child of Mr. and Mrs." Nate Colvov- has been very ill during the past week with fover. Miss Grace Chcrrv of this city is a guest of hor sister, Mrs. Lohi Potorson, Jr., of Snlina. Mrs. Will Rosquist has for tho past fow da3's boon seriously ill with a com plication of diseases. David ILnycock, a student of tho Snow academy, loft for his homo at Nophi during tho early part of the wook, on account of sickness. Mrs, Chris Jenson of .this city is vis iting friends at tho stato capital this weok. Ephraim phristonson of thii city, who had his fingers amputatod in a circular saw whilo worlciug at tho Pe terson saw mill, is- getting along nicoly, and it is thought that ho will soon re cover and again bo able to go to work. Cleo Thorpo is visiting friends jit No phi. John Boal of GunniBon spoilt Sunday and Monda3' with relatives iry tins city. Miss Evelyn Hanson delightfully cn tortained fifteen of hor lady and gcu tlcmon friends at hor homo last night. A lunch wns served and a pleasant cvoning was spent. Orson Rasmusscn is homo from Mar3'svale. whero ho has been teaching school during tho pnst season. Owing to tho illness of his littlo child, ho will remain homo for several da3's. Tho stork loft a fino baby bo' at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Niolson 's 3'cstcrday morning. Mr. and Mrs. David Nielson of Salt Lake visitod friends and rolativos in this city this weok. Adolph Olsen returned from Goshen, whero ho is omplo3'cd teaching school, to spend Sunday with his pnrcnts. Tho. little child of Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph M. Niolson is sick with scarlet fo vor. Tho homo is under quarantine. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Miriam of Manti called on old acquaintances in this cit3' during tho weok. I EUREKA Spoolat to Tho Tribune EUREKA, Feb. 27. Eureka camp No. 451, Woodmen of the World, gavo a pleasant social at Elks' hall Mon da evening. Tho ladies of Twcntiqth Contur3', Ordor of Woodcraft, wero in vited guests, and tho ovoning was past playing cards and feasting on tho good things. Tho dance given bv Tintic lodge No. 711, B.t P. 0. E., Monday night, was the social event of tho season so far. Tho spacious pavilion was fillod with I the many frionds of tho Antler herd. Tho pavilion wns handsome- decorated ' and refroshmonts wero served during j tho evening. Mrs. Benjamin Thurmond was sum moned to Santaquin Tuesd.13' owing to tho serious illness of hor mother. Robert Dixon of Blackfoot, Ida., is visiting with Eureka friends for a few days. Miss Lizzio Schmidt has returned from a ten days' visit to Salt Lake, whoro she was tho guest of Miss Mary Imla3 Dr. Hnrville spent most of this week in Salt Lako City. Mrs. John A. Hensel visited friends at tho capital cit3 this week. . Tho Misses Goncviove Sullivan, Ethol L. Farrell and lyree. returned Sunda3' from a short visit at tho capital. Georgo Shopard and Ralph Badger transacted business at tho capital this week. Adam Schwoigcrt left this week for southern California, where ho will spend several months recuperating his health. Miss Delia Green of Tooelo is visit ing with friends in this CH3. Miss Clara Stott. teacher of the High school hero, is serious ill. Tho Misses Edith and Nora Nowall of Salt Lako. who havo been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Saker, returned homo Mon day afternoon, Mrs. Frank E. Iligson is spending a couplo of weeks at tho capital city. Mrs. Georgo Jones returned this week from a sojourn in California. District Attorney R3an of Cedar Cit3' and County Attorney Footc of Nephi visited Euroka this week. Miss Nellie B. Hnish of Payson is the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles E Huish. Clarence and Walter Lund of Salt Lako visited thoir mother, Mrs. Frank Gorham, hero this week. Darton's orchestra will givo mas querado dances at Eureka and Mam moth ou March 2 and 3. " Mrs. Charles E. Huish .ind Arr Frank Beosley wore a Salt Lake the" latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Stack at tended tho itinera of Rev. Father O 'Donahue at Salt Lako Thursday. At tho close of tho session of Tintic Hxvo No. 6, Ladies of tho Maccabees, Wednesday evening, a surprise party was given Mrs. Earl Tomlinson, cap tain of tho dogrco team. Card pla3'ing wns indulged in and a morry ovenin" closed with a splendid repast. Mrs Tomlinson will go to Salt Lnlco next week to join hor husband, nnd mako that cit3' their futuro homo. J. C. Sullivan roturned from not Springs. Ark., this week, whero Mrs. Sullivan is taking treatment for rheu matism. Prominent 6ocictv members of Tintic lodgo No. 711, B. P. O. E., aro organ izing a dancing club, and will give a number of solect dances duriu- tho season. Mrs. Bort Lowo is visiting with Salt Lake friends. Postmaster James P. Driscoll was a visitor at tho capital city this week. Mr. and Mrs. Foulgcr visited tho capital cit3' this week. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Barnard aro vis iting with Suit Lako friends. Charles Brown and Miss Blanche Schmidt wcro united in marriago at the home of tho lady's parents, Wodncsday eveniug, by Bishop Petor Borup. -V wedding supper followed tho ceremony. Tho popular couplo havo gone to house keeping iu this city. Over ono hundred people from Tintic attended I he .obsequies of tho late Father 0 'Donahue, pastor of St. Pat rick '. church of this citv, at Salt Lako, Thursdaj'. Robert E. Loc of Mammoth and Miss Lillie May Pamplin wcro married at Salt Lako Wednesday; Watson M. Ncsbit loft this week for a visit at Los Angeles, Cal. Ulysses L. Wall aud Miss Jennie H. McCnrdcll of Tintic Junction woro married at Salt Lako City Wednosdav. The popular young counfo have uianv friends throughout Tintic district. The groom iu a conductor on tho Salt Lako , I Grand Physical Culture f Entertainment . !fi Beauty I Culture Lecture W 1 1 I By the World-Renown :'?' Madame Yale jfi SALT LAKE THEATRE, jt I Friday Afternoon, March 5th, 2:30 p. m. I I TICKETS COMPLIMENTARY. 1 r W I At tho Toilet Goods Department of I arte S Best seats given with purchases of any of Mmc. Tale's Beauty Cnl- 1 i (,s. 1 ture Articles. As there will bo a big rush for tickets, they shonld be 30- I r3w I cured without dela3'. They aro now read3' for complimentary'distribution. I ' Mi PROGRAMME . ' jfei I LECTURE. I .fe I " ' ACT 2" Iff Jfl 1 ?i 'r t. Science of Beauty Culture fSy I r - Practical Physical Culture i ' " (Music) ' jjjsrei I ' .' AOT 2. ify I Picturesque Physical Culture ' J 1 (The Tale System) jS5: Calisthenics jffiwn For Strengthening, Developing, Reducing aud Perfecting the Body mi (Music!" lW AOT 3. I i tL I Poetry of Motion - t Correct-Yale-Walk, Grace of Gesture,. Poise, Balance, I ' jfR Deportment. I The Art of Beauty Culture I w& The Complexion, Care of the Skin, Tho Hair,The Brows, 1 The Lashes, The Neck, The Arms, The Chest, "The Iflmbjwl The Feet. Remodeling of -Feature? .and Contour ft (Music) a 1 Route The happy couplo will mako their homo at tho Junction. 1 MURRAY Special to Tho Tribune. MURRAY, Feb. 27. Miss Louio Muir and Clifton Piorco of this placo wero married in the Salt Lako tcmplo Wednesday b3' President John R. "Win der. Thursda3' morning thej- were en tertained at a oreakfast by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Nelson of Salt Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pierce, parents of the groom, gave a supper in their hon or, at whicu tho parents of tnc bride and a number of guests were present. Amidst a shower of rice and good wishes, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce left at S o'clock over the Salt Lake Route for California, whero4 they will spend a houe3'moon of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. IlardiLg arrived homo Tuesday evening from a month's so.iouru on the coast. While away thc' visited Mexico, and a number of ( ther places of interest in and about Califor nia. Miss Jennio Powoll was plcasantlv surprised at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powell, on State street, Friday evening. About two scoro of her schoolmates presented themselves at tho door and took the 3'oung lad3' wholl3 by surprise. She demonstrated nevertheless oeforo the ovening was over that she could play tho part of tho hostess, even if taken unaware. A musical programme was rendered during tho ovening. aftor which games of various description wero participated in by all, and later ou a deli cious luncheon wns served. Miss Stella Cahoon. who, with Mr. and Mrs. John Tripp, nave been spend ing tho past month at Los Angelos. will . arrive here tho latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Tripp are also ex pected homo this week or tho earlv part of next. A delightful affair of tho weok wa3 tho luncheon given by 11. E. Anmodt Saturday, at tho home of his sister, Mrs. Stanley Ongle3'. Tho affair was given in honor of a numbor of his Scandina vian rionds and missionaries, whoso acquaintance Mr. Aamodt made while laboring in the mission field. The din ing room and tablo decorations woro in Norwegian flags aud ornaments, whilo tho other rooms wero in American colors. Covors wero laid for twelve, and short talks woro participated in by the roturned missionaries. Miss Arvillo Sorenson of Gloarviow, Snnpoto uoiui ty, and Dr. W. II. Rolh wcll of this placo woro joined in mar riago Tuesday at St. Mark's cathedral. Mr. and Mrs. Rothwcll will make their homo hore. One of tho successes of tho week was tho card part- given Monday evening by tho I. O. O. F. at the lodge rooms in the Fraternal hall building. The largo hall was an immense mass of dec orations, American flags and other col ors being used to a very good effect. The banquet room was trimmed with flowers of varying colors. At 8:30 o'clock a delightful musical programmo was rendered at which Miss Carma Jones rendered two delightful selec tions at tho piano. At the aniusomout hall. Monday aft ernoon and evening, was hold the ward reunion. About 500 ward people wero jircsont besides a largo number from Salt Lake and surrounding districts. At '. '. 3 o'clock an excellent programme be- 1 can, and Miss Prout of Salt Lake ren- ; ,1' dered two effective solos. U. G. Miller, J 1 tho retiring bishop, was presented with ': 1 a beautiful gold watch bv tho ward. " 1 After the programmo from'o to S a do- ; 1 licious lunch was served. After the mm banquet, tho dramatic club presenfc&H 4 '-VH its play to tho guests free of charge. ; Wm At 11 p. m., tho evening's enjoyment j came to a close, and all who p'ariici- I pated in the affair pronounced it one . I of the most enjo3able sociables thov ' had attended for some time. There , M wore throe purposes for the gathering, (H that of a ward reunion. Washington's " M birthday and as an appreciation of ex- ; 1- Bishop Miller's services. 1 . A ward reunion was also held at Tay- : I;i lorsville, Monday, at which function j BJ" about three hundred people participat- MF ed. A lunch was servod during the wm. aftornoon nnd a musical programme , . t rendered, at which Karren Bennion, , . f the well-known basso of the place, ren- f; dered two solos. . A dance was the main $ KJf feature of the evening. . Km Miss Ma3 Pamplin, one of the most n popular young ladies of Taylorsville, f became tho bride this weok of Robert "t mi B. Lee of Mammoth. Tho two popidar .iff young people were joined in marriage m at tho home of the" bride's father in ' W Ta3iorsvillo, the forepart of the weeki f after which a wedding supper was ten f dorod them, at which fuuetion about 150 t -1 friends and relatives wero present. Mr. i and Mrs. Loo left for Mammoth, whero they will make their futuro home. . ' Miss Anna 0. Larson of Salt Lake ', and Hans W. Jonson of this place were ij Kfei married tho forepart of this weok. Tho stork loft a baby bov at tho home j "1 of the Rov. and Mrs. Albert Parry, r: ' I Monday morning. 3, I -. u JM, McrTand Women i I Suffering With I INerve 1 u The tmpnfrmont of tho nervous force Jj J- In men and women Is first manifested j - by extreme nervousness, sloeplessncss, ; K dread, worry and anxiety without reasiju, 3, trombllnff of tho hands and limbs. flfS 35 the slightest exertion, heart palpitation. . fifas constipation, kidney trouble, and a sen- oral inability to act rationally at all t times as others with health in their bod- i; , Ics do. This, If ncplccted. leads to do- r J spondency. melancholia and lost ambition. j, , f. making the likelihood of a euro moro and -; more difficult, while frequently locomotor j, k- ataxia, "blind staggors," paralysis ana ; oven Insanitv arc a direct result of nee- $ lectin lo Incrcaso tho life-giving ncrvo ( y force. 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