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m THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, MARCH 6, 1910. " n JM
fcld Painting of Driving Gold Spike at Promontory I jpTnn, h l .- 17,1 rr ! Mn , it i i r Vi'li in aimfciiilii i liiii wiMi i i r i laiiii SiiiHSiiriTT7ii ffiAiiiwii'M'M n ' i i " i? I ,e alovo interesting picture- was inm.in tho studio of Edward Hill a a ays iiRO, It jh a copy of f ho orig liMpaintiiiE by Thomas Hill of (he fjpg of the last spike in the con , fflon of Hie Union and Central Pa ,Iratroads at Promontory Point, til0,' 1S6- Thomas Hill was an old pthor of Edward Hill of thjs cily and bo palnterl tho famous picture shortly after the ceremony at the in stance of Messrs." Stanford, Crocker, Uuulington, Hopkins and other notable men prominent in tho construction of tho line. Tho painting is now in tho museum at Gbldon Gnlo park, San Fran cisco, and has quite a history. Mr. Hill was. to have received $50,000 for .paint ing the picture, but somo iitis'undcr- standing arose and it; was left on his hands, but; lately such men and women as the late D. O. Mills, Whitolnw Boid, "William Orocker, Mrs. Charles B. Alex ander, George Crocker, H. E. Hunting ton, Mjs: C. P. Huntington. Mrs. Mouu tcnay .Tephson and Mrs. .1'. Slout Fas set i, took up the matter of raising funds whereby tho pictu.ro would bo retained by the city of San Francisco, a place Jf Brilliant Society Season at -an End BY MARGARET WATTS DE PEYSTER. cased Wire io Tho Tribune. YORK, March As the jjJ.ern season closes at Palm Boach r'G.omo of the cottagers aro flitting -j iward, it brings to an end ono of Sv'ost brilliant society sessions of ?? an. isol since tlic early days has HLhcon a gathering so typical of P famo of Palm Peach. Tho aris V: W of society Hocked south iu their ayite trams and ocean-going yachts itacir numbers wero swelled by A ?ctn,tal nobpJty. many of whom en M I t,he1.hosP1Hl'ity o Mio beach for H Brut. time, Miaina, St Augustine, Springs and Aiken wore but spar patronized. From , the attention fto enko walking in Palm Boach Mason I am led lo belicvo that this ibo thc next diversion of New York 'Newport. It would bo a task to nffrato even a fraction of those who fr Vi,L'lro y?- :ifc Pal Beach. V i PU06ls -foregathered at ... iiojal Pomciana, while 700 have quartered at tho Breakers. Among WthoiS havo,JM spondiug the sea ftrro il,rc.1Nlrs- Vredorick Vnndor- MTownsena Martin. Mr. and Mii. fit W 'ffiVfl 6 wore. U CiUncro" a" vory Lf ( Cradle of. Society. to prefer it for r HpIo-nats stop " wUSw Id fv-York' Jl'ccd (ho o lei ft m been in a quandary over; circi n Veg tho prcWof foreign Wj, 'for t?n ''' A ne"' 4'ooklail, do- 1 i! MIT sufficionl of (hem , S I1,,'8 he ('l01' of !l Neapoli- WPCHO glass. Jt is ,r,n.. nished -with a rose or violet instead of the proverbial cherry or olive. Just Separated. One wonders what lias becomo of Mrs. Smith Hnllins McKini, who was last season called tho most beautiful woman in social' and often spoken of as tho logical leader of tho so-called Four Hundred. Mrs. McKim was feted and toasted in New York. Now port and Palm Boach, but since summer I have not heard her name mentioned. The McKim homo was formerly tho center of social activity, both here and in Newport and Mrs. McKim was plan ning a London invasion when desue tude set in. Jt all arose through her separation from her husband, Dr. Mc Kim, a rich young plrysicinn, who is so wealthy that he merely wears his legiti mate titlo of modic'ine, although ho doesn't practice. The. McKims wero not divorced, but mo'roly a separation for temperamental reasons. 'Airs. Mc Kim "s father en mo from Baltimore and took her abroad, but since then I" have heard nothing of her movements. Gould-Droxel Wedding, And now wo have the Gould-Dro.vcl wedding to look forward to. Tho daz zling of its splendor will eclipse any other of t lie season. Tho definite date when Mariorio Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George .J. Gould, and Anthony J. "D rex el, .Jr., will be united by nuptial bonds is Tuesday. April 10. St. Bar tholomew's Protestant Episcopal church I will be tho scone of the event. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel, the parents of tho groom-elect, havo come from Philadelphia to help prepare tho gor geous details. Among the attendants will be Miss Margaret.ta Drexel and her fiance, Viscount Maidstone. A num ber of ante nuptial dinners have been planned for tho young couple and I should hazard I ho guess that tho wed ding presents will total half a thousand. Miss Gould will enter the church with her father, George .7. Gould, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. One of the bridal attendants will ho Miss Vivian Gould, a sister of Miss Marjorie. Danco Faddists' Last Fad. Thanks Lo Mrs. Henderson of Wash ington, i ho dance faddists havo some thing new. Tho irloa was ovolved in Washington, but hns spread to New York. A unirpin dancing class was formed by Mrs. Henderson in tho capi tal, in which the formula tor promul gated the view that lo be a. graceful A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. JtXvK aUd a bright cUsPosition dur"ie tho months before baby comes, llVfn. S B,rcat05t WcssiiiEs a mother can bestow upon tho little lifo about fc tf,Snont If ;l.apPlncas anfl Physical comfort will largely govern tho proper thJ m?G h0aIth antl nature of tIlc chilci- Mother's Friend contributes ij j hQr's happiness and health by tho relief and mental comfort it 'e thn a llnImenfc compoaed of penotratlng oils and medicines which a ' Jficatisn nuiscIcs ancl tondons of tho body, sootho tho swollen mammary i8a "gradual expansion of tho skin and tissues, and aid in tho relief ill$lhen i irCS"Iar US0 of Mothor's Friend greatly lessons tho pain and MM, , comc3' and assures a quick and natural rocovory for tho ' -'yaw?1' .g rrieml sold at drug storc3. Vrito for our f reo book, con &yP uluablt Information for oxpoctant Mothors. THE BRABFBEL Qa, ATLANTA, GA dancer, one must limber up before an open window. immediately after arising. Mrs. Alice Ttoosevelt Longworlh, .Mrs. Albert Barney, iho Mioses von L. Meyer, Baronoss Presclion. Countess von Wedcl, Countess von Mollkn, Miss Kudora Clover and Miss G'ladj's Ilick lc.v aro the clinrtcr members. Spanish and Greek dances aro indulged in with open windows. This is presumed to make the limbs supple and add grace to movements. Shrine of Feminine Worship. Th reo American babies aro claiming tho imperial attention of society in these different countries. In ICuglaml the fortnight-old baby girl of the Earl and Countess Grannrd is tho shrine of feminine worship. In France tho child of the Duchess Do Chaulnos has been marked for ducal honors and attentions, while in Hungary there is the baby of the Count and Countess Szcehon.vi. Tho little newcomer in the Granard family is Iho latest and she will not only in herit many American dollars but an ancient and honorable title. The Earl of Granard 's title is Irish, but he sits in tho house of lords as Baron Granard of the United Kingdom. Miss Daly's Fiance. Count Anthony Sigrny, fiance of Miss Harriet Daly, daughter c.f the Into Mar cus Daly, of Montana, arrived hero this week from England. Tho Sigray-Daly marriage is ono of tho earliest of Hie Hast or ovenls. Tho ceremony will bo performed by Monseignor Lavallo and will be quiet with only a few i ntiiiial.es present. This is the third visit of the count to the United States. Whon ho was horn five years ago ho went lo California lo plav polo and shoot big game. Two seasons ago he made his second trip to attend the Szechnnvi-Van-derbilt wedding. Ft was at this wed ing that he first met Miss Daly. May Attend Wodding. "Within tho past few days I have I heard it said that the Duk'o and Duch-1 ess do Kizen would likoly como 1o America for Hie Drexcl-Gould wed ding. The Duko mid Duchess do Kizen were belter distinguished if 1 should say that the duke, beforo his marriage Jasf fall, was the Mrincn of Bragair.a and the duchess was Miss Anita Stewart. Mr. Drexel was an at tendant at their wedding' in Scotland. Some of tho Drexels are in England now and Mrs. .lames Henry Smith, mother of the duchess, will shortly ro turn to New York with them. King Edward Will Bo Guest. King Edward has promised to attend the wedding of tho Viscount of Maid stone lo Miss Margaretta Drexel, which will likely transpire in .luno nr July. There was some doubt as lo whether this wedding shoiill be iu London or America. Hut when the king promised to attend if it were in London that settled it. The nuptials will bo conse crated iu the dear old town. Briof Montion. The Boekmau family of New York, Washington and Newport is going in for politics. Livingston Ucekman is also an assistant secretary of tho navy while another mouther of tho family is now being groomed to becomo .a candi date for governor of Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. Livingston .Bookman recently took a party of friends lo Quebec in their private car to spend a fortnight. M.ins Kleanor Butler Alexander, the fiancee of Theodore Roosuuolt. ir. has in -winch they -were directly interested and which bad been the home and sceno of tho great achievements of thoso whoso portraits wero included in tho picture. Sonic 400 figures' uro included in the great canvas, including Leland Stan ford, tho father of the Central Pacific, who' occupies tho central position. About him aro C. P. Huntington, Charles 1 a creat deal of dramatic talent and sho delights in appearing in amateur the atricals. Her uncle, tho Kov. Maitland Alexander, pastor of the First Presby terian church in Pittsburg, will likely officiate at tho Alcxander-Eoosoveit wedding. Mr.' and -Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney made up a party to go to Palm Beach in a private train. An Ungrateful Patient, .Special Cable lo The Tribune. PAIUS, March r.. Maurice Benedict war, undor treatment at SI. Louis bos pi tnl. Pni'ls, for a disease of tho nose, and to cure it the doctors applied a rem edy containing X2t worth of radium After a day or two Iho doctors found that the radium bad vanished, and Benedict was arrested for stealing: It. Iho procIoiiK substance having been fouuil concealed in the lining of his coat. Epidemic of Suicides. MALTA. March T, - Tho military au thorities arc investigating what appears lo be an epidemic of suicides in the gar rison. There have been six within the past tliicrs months. The latest suicide was I'rivato 1 Tarry Aleock of the First King's Royal Rifles, who was employed as a servant In tho bouso of Captain FoIJnntbc of tho same regiment at Kll cma. I In was found dead In his room from. Iho off eels of a revolver shot. Ho loft nt letter saying he was sorry to givo trouble. HAIR REMOVERS ABEJICEIOIB Physicians Say; "Don't Use Poisonous Depilatories." The extravagant claims roccnllv made by unscrupulous manufacturers of hair removerr. In sensational advertisements unquestionably Justify physicians in cau tioning the public ngainst tho use of this class of depilatories. How many peoplo have been enticed Into using these dan gerous pieparatlons with consequent in jury to themselves cannot be estimated, The preparations above referred to arc Invariably In iho form of creamy paste5: which are to be spread upon tho skin to remain until they dry. These contain sulphldo of bnrlum, an insoluble chemical which cannot be dissolved, therefore can not be absorbed by the skin. Tho very fact that you are told to leave these pnsty compounds on the skin until they dry and cake and then lift off with a knife is proof posltlvo Hint they are not absorbed. If they are. why do Ihcv still remain on Iho skin? The most they can possibly do la to remove the surface hair which In consequence will reappear stronger and thicker after each removal, There Is only ono logical and scientific way to remove hair, and that Is by menus of a liquid containing soluble ingredients which can bo absorbed by the skin. Do Miracle, known nil the world over as the only real superfluous hair remover. Is just such a preparation. It Is easily and quickly absorbed, and nfter you have used It you will nolo Micro Is nothing left on the skin. It leaves tho skin free from irritation, and what is more to the point, It is absolutely nou-poiaonous. therefore, It will not produce eczema or blood pois oning. Remember, no matter what claims aro made to tho contrary, no poisonous, pasty compound or other worrhlsss con coction can roach tho hair root, and wc can prove it. Beware of tho fake free advertisers and others. Don't be deceived by them. Bet ter take a doctor's advice. Do Mhaclo Is sold by Druohl & Franlccn. Wo will send you a Fi2-pago booklet containing full In formation concerning HiIk remarkable treatment, as well as testimonials of prominent ph.VElclnns, surgeons, dernm tologintn, medical Journals and tho princi pal magazines. You should read this booklet beforo you try anything. Write to the Do Miracle Chemical Company, Dept. I IS. 11)05 Parle ave , New York, sdmply saying you want tills booklet, und It will bo mailed veiled, at once. Crocker, Mark Hopkins, Judah and all tho othors famous in tho history o tho first transcontinental railroad. Behind Mr. Stanford is recognized Brigham Young, and it is said that other Salt Lakers who -wore presont aro to bo found in tho picture. It is of interest locnlly for the chief reason that hero in this stato tho picture received its inspira tiou as tho great, act in tho progress "t"" ' " i i' ii n i i .rr,K?.m; of th world's commerce took placo at Promontory, Box Elder county, and rep resents ono of tho most interesting chapters of Utah's history. Added' in terest is found in tho recent painting in tho Oregon Short Lino station of the sanio historical subject. Thomas Hill died in 1007, being 79 years of age. Ho Tvas born in Birming ham, England, but tho greater portion of his manhood was passed m San Fran Cisco. A portrait of Mr. Hill is also given, from a. photograph taken, by Ta bor in San Erancisco some years aO.M Tho photograph is ono of thoso for which Tabor was famed and as the gal lory and plates wero consumed iu tho great lire, this portrait is one which' will probably not bo duplicated in slj-lo vM for a long timo to come. Daociog Cabinet Will Keep Society Moving jl BY CONSTANCE OABEUTHERS. j I By Leased Wire to The Tribune. WASHINGTON, March 5. Tho bril liancy of the spring season in Wash ington will be lessened 1)3" the absence of a numbor of embassadors and their wives. But despite this haudicap tho "dancing cabinet" will enliven mat ters somewhat and ufluirs will bo in the hands of charges who arc more or less renowned for their gaycty. Among thoso v'ho will be abroad are Baron Dcs Planches of Italy and Baroness Dos Planches, Baron Hengolmullcr of Huu gai'3' and Baroucsa Hengclmullcr, Em bassador .lussorand of France and Mine. Jusseraud. The Turkish embassy is al ready in the hands of Charge d 'Af faires Uiasteni Boy. but he is eminently qualified to handlo a sociul campaign, tor indeed Iho Voting Turks havo voted great sums for society campaigns throughout, the nations of the world. Can it be whisper I hat "tho wily lining iurivb wish to marry on men surplus iioblemou to daughters, of Amer ican millionaires? The Brazilian min ister is dead and his post vacant and Kinbassador Bryco and Count, von Born storoff are not society lions. But still we have President Taft and Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Loiigworfh. and tho Missos von T. Meyer and the Countess Preufschon and the Bonrdmans and the Andersons and tho Hilts and many more, so it won't bo so lonesonto after all. The French embassador and Mine, .lussorand have planned to make thoir annual visit to France several months oarlior this year, so that they will be in Paris at tho same timo as Colonel Roosevelt. Utah Girl Brido-Eloct, Two charming Washington girls who are bridcs-olect v-ill have largo fash- ThW plume Is ost the kind ft''kKs '' wlc's you would hve to r'fiS&iSwsSTEr PySJ.f0 at ny retail tote. It IWl.te&KSal Is extn wide, luily 10.d. Innc. OUt STniSijSs ln 3,1 colon, with willowy duo ol Xll 2?&5SsSHjf cent length that do not Ime their 'SWy curl oaslly. Send ui SI.W to. day, iWVvfSiy for this It an oi)OTtunlty not to bo '''.titSSjr rallied, We oflcr alio an r.itia litiro and handsome V.U) plume at 32.50. Send your money by mall, expten or money order. Kemember that your money lll be refunded II J the plume la not entirely satisfactory. Send to.rtny far our frco cnlalocuo of brnutlful Plumes nnd WIUows. N.w York Ostrich Feilitr Co. B B( 513.515 UW.N.V. M, "WALNUTTA HAIR STAIN" kSBcS!". Bcntorofl Gray, Streaked or Exiiy v.1Ki.vJCk lstcncbeu ITalr or Jtowineho Wf.Yf AH PEiS1? inxlantunoouAlr. GlVC8tny slnilo TH&l.iAyWP' from Debt llrown to Blnalc SBpTtiJi J)oe not vtanh or rub off. Con SflT lUik talna no poisons rnl In not stlciy w norcrroAiy. Sola oy all dniKglets, pr wo will Bond you a Trial Klzo lor SOc. postpaid, Urco elzo (clglit timed an tnncb) COo. It your drmrotsc don't otdl It eerut direct to up. ".Sena thoo yellow wrapper irotn tvo bottlcn purchaKsl from ft dmusUt rind no trill giro you a full-flio bottle for nothing. ttf-iXMUTTA CO., 1-10C. OUvo tit.. BL IajcIj, iU lonable weddings this spring. They are Miss Clara Townsend Andorson of the sou thorn colony, and Miss Edith Suther land, daughter' of Senator Sutherland of Utah. Both youug women aro favorifos in society nnd thoir nuptials -will bo events ot social show and importance Miss Anderson will wed .Frederick C'laudo Bigolow Lc Gro of California, and for scvoral generations his family has been identillod with tho upbuild ing of the Pacific coast. Miss Ander son, who is prominently identified with Iho southern colony hi Washington, is a granddauchtor of the late Professor Alexander Kocsis, a distinguished Hun garian, who canjo to this country with his family and fellow-exile, Louis Kos suth. Ho was one of tho best known linguists hi Nashville. Tenn., during the old aristocratic regime in that city. Miss Anderson was .born in Guatemala, where her father, John Townsond An derson, was for many years British vice consul. Miss Sutherland will bo mar ried in May to Mr. A. Robert Elnioro of New York. Terpsichore of Washington. Mrs. .fohn B. Henderson has come to be known as tho Torpsichoro of Washington. I presume by that tho handsome matron is symbolized as the muse which presides over dancing. It was Mrs. Henderson who formed the famous Greek and Spanish waltz classes for the Lenten period in which her pupils danced upon arising beforo open windows to make thorn supple and graceful. Mrs. Henderson is now en gaged upon the task of making the old fashioned dances fashionable. At a re cent affair sho lilted tho programmes with minuets, lancers, quadrilles and si'hottishcs. Although Mrs. Hender son's home, Boundry Castle, is iho most luxurious in Washington, she has a fail for building new homes. Sho has three residences now. anion'' which she divides her time. Eall at White Houao. Dances and balls will bo tho rulo during Iiastcr week. The dance at the White IIouso will bo given on Faster Monday. Miss Helen Taft and Robert Taft will bo home for the Fasinr holi day and already a Hood of invitations arc awaiting them. Master Charles Taft is not counted in socielv. He takes his pleasure on roller skates out in the street, but both Miss Helen and Robert will bring a number of chums with them and tho old White House V'A" ,',,,"n vlth ,llc Wfy of youth. Miss Harriet Anderson is a guest at the White IIouso and will remain for a fortnight yot. Miss Harriot is a niece of Mrs. Taft. Hor sister. Miss Kathenne, is tho guest of the daughters ol Captain W. 11. JJ. Sutherland. Hio Away to South. Tho season hero is ended so far as Mr. and Mrs. Larz Anderson aro cou ceruod. You know I told von some timo ago that Mrs. Anderson might bocotno the leader of Washingiou society. They have closed their Florentine mansion on Massachusetts avenuo and hied awav to the south. where they will cruise along tho Floridiun coast 'for a time be fore returning north. They will arrive m Boston late- in tho spring ancl sail shortly nftorwards for Europe. To Leave for Rome. Baron Ambrozy, the popular bachelor counsolor of the. Austro-IIungarian em bassy, will leavo soon after Easter for his now post in Rome, whoro ho will contiuuo to act; as counselor, although the tnoxe is lord'd unou i,e ? rir '' He hns been a figure in tho younger sot hero since J 007 and boforo that dato spout several years as secretary of tho il embassy. I am told that thp southern trip, 1 through Texas and M:dco was a great boon to tho health of Thomas F. Walsh. Mi, and Mrs. Walsh werq compelled to sock Palm Beach somo timo ago on account of tho failing health of Mr. ! Walsh. Thoir latest excursion has been through the picturesque Siorra Madra, mountains across Iho southern border. H The ball of tho Navy Belief society for charity at the navy yard on tho 'H night of iho 80th will bo" quito a uniquo affair. Tho women will attend dressed as colonial dames, with their hair pow dercd nnd nttired in tho styles which. 'M our .great grandmothers affected many, man years ago. Mine. Mojia, wife of the minister from Salvador, and children, will leavo Washington tho middlo of this month lM and return lo Salvador. Mine. Mejia and the Misses Me.iin havo been promi ueufc this winter in tho Spanish-Ameri-can colony and their departure is much regretted. ' Personal Mention. fl Bear Admiral Wiufield Scott Schley, H 17. S. N".. rctirod, and Mrs. Schley havo gqno lo St. Augustine, Fin-, whore ihey LH will spend some timo. Thoy are visit- ing Mrs. A. K. McCluro and hor sister, UiH Mrs. F. V. Do Crane. H An odd affair will bo Lhe April fool dance given by the Viscountess d'Azy IH on April I. presume somo weird catches will bo planned for this ovout, liH because the chief prizo will go to tho guest who succeeds in fooling his fel- fH low guosr. the greatest number of times. fM Mr. and Mrs. .Joshua Green of Seat- tlo have beeu entertained bv nearly iH every cabinet member except Secretary tH Knox. Tho Greens havo beeu spending ft very active part iu society. fM Miss Mary Sheridan, daughter of flic late General "Phil' Sheridan, has been visiting tho Missos Anderson, daugh ters of Dr. Josoph Anderson, at. St. Aiigustiue, Fiji., whoro they have si Miss M..'il)el Madden, daughter of Bop- rosontativo and M"rs. Madden of Illinois, iH will lie married to Paul Henderson of IH Chicago in June. Tho ceremony will lake placo in Chicago. Mrs. AVrighl, wif,o of .Former Mavor Wright of Denver, and Mrs. Pels of Now York, sponsor of tho battleship nH Colorado, aro tho guests of Mrs. Al- jH bert ,R. Dyer. ' Count ' Hcrnstorfl' and the countess fjH havo issued invitations for a danco in jjH honor of their daughter, Countess jH Alexandra, on March 29. IliH Postmaslor General Frank Hitchcock IIH will give a ball on tho night of March ;!1 at Bnuschor's. Ijl Stiff Neck. Stiff neck is caused by rhoumatism of tho muscles of the neck. It is usually confined to ono side, or to tho back of tho neck and ono side. While it is often quito painful, quick relief may bo had by applying Chamberlain 's Lini- men I. Not: ono case of rheumatism iu ten roquires internal treatment. When there is no fever and no swelling as in muscular and chronic rheumatism, Chamberlain's- Liniment; will accom plish more than any internal trcalmout. JM i 11 I-.