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10 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY JANUARY 25 1885
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1 TIio GramFancy jDressTBall
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CONDHCTOIiS BALL AT OGDEN
f i i The Oporn House Jtasquerade West
Conncll They are
Star
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Not Alt Dead
I i A Social Sensation
I Ono of the grandest social create that
has transpired in Provo for many years
i was the character dross ball givcn nt the
I3 I Academy Hall under the auspices of the
Provo Silver Band on Friday night the
23d lust
At abou 1 oclock the bugle was
sounded and the grand inarch furmed
Frou that hour till early morning danc
ing was indulged in apparently with the
j greatest enjoyment by the large num
oer of participants and spectators It
r i was One of the largest assemblages of
representative society at a ball that has
been 6ccn in Provo for a long while
j Jt waa announced at 1130 oclock that
supper Wit a reatly and the dancers filed
into a large lull where there was pre
pared a fctst tft good things equal to
fij eliiio cos Justice was doc the co ll
non aI the inner nun was well satisfied
i jl I A large nunber were dressed in charac
I t f ter un1 each susained his part in a
I very creditable manner
Ii Just jwiore supper was announced
S ta characters formed in line and were
i introduced to the audience by J C
Srihain Esq Among the number
were noticed the following well repre
II sented elfiricter
Mi Kiiitli Bee as Nature and Art <
Mi s Annie Jones as the Huntress of
the Mia > i ippi
Mia Zellj Webb as the Lady of the
Lake
Jt J Miss Lily Roberts ri the Child of the
I Regiment
Mia l Grace Bee as Evening
I d Miss Zina Wood as Aurora
Miss Hattie Doolan as Winter
I 1 Miss Dolly Roberts as the Pueblo
I Squaw
Ii l I I Miss H Billings as Lobster Salad
I J j I Mrs M5 s TTinih T I i Taylor Mnlih as us the rnnifl Gypsy i
Of the gentlemen characters who did
I i tlipmsoKps redit were noticed
I l j W D Roberts who presented General F
I I JJpfliire I srd
I j John P Doolan the Flour of the F
I L i f Family
11 J H McEwan the Vagabonds
i i i Will i Lewis the Irishman
II iI i u V L > ng and companion the two
I I ff Km
I I r KmWilham Brinton Stttinp Bull
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t i I Prince Albert Spanish Cavalier
i I i r 1 Clown Shepheraess Sailor For
I I dl tune Teller Advertizing Lady
1 Pi J I II Satan and Shadow Five oclock
4 P i Tea Toby Welch Horseman
and Lady Jack and Nancy and the
I F Waiter were all noticeable for their
i Ir I I J dress and acting After supper time the
f r awarding committee announced its de
I I 1 I F cision I
V I Four prize were selected a silver j
r i card reF ler a bilvertrtlit < IibTi an ink I
i II j i stand and a napkin ring The first prize
I II I r for the best sustained character was
1 I I awarded to Miss Dollie Robert the
1 ij I J J second prize to Mr J H McEwan the
hi I tl third to Mist Zella Webbaud s Editn
ri r rf i Bee was the choice of the committee for
I If f V the fourth prize It was universally con
V I If I t sitkiod to be as just an award as could
H I bede V
I I V was commendable to see so many
1 V F well chosen and creditably executed
II ohnracters A slight hitch in regard to
V F the supper happened out it was un
V il F avoidable Mr F W Hathenbruck
4 I deserves much praise for his excellent
I F management Withal the ball was a
I success and it is an event long to be
remembered
V i
ill Tie Academy hail at 1rovo
F
V j ij j Although following close upon the
FiF I i Jiccls of the above social event the ball
F given j for the students of the B Y
F Aiaueniy last evening was well at
V tended and tae enjoyment erience
V F 1 emed scarcely second to that of the
V I Ii I 7iight previous It was a joyous occa
i I im and one long to bereinembeied by
nit F1 II who participated We regret the
m Ii lattsnebS of the affaIr precludes further
i E r1 I mention this morning
F F I J
FF F2 V t J jt t i The O R C Ball at Ogden
Ii The first annual ball of the Order of
I j Railroad Conductors which has been
11 I the cause of much favorable newspaper t
F V i V V comment ana private expectation took
I j i place at Ogden on the evening of the
F
I 23d insc Elrborate preparations at
V tendant with great expense and labor
V had been made by the projectors of this
ai1 the grandest event of the sea o1 in
the Junction City and the sue I
V Cessfal termination of the Tlty
V mjre than reUed the wIdest
V I I 0 anticipations of any member of Wa
t q 4 hatch Division As early as S oclock i
1 f j I ii the invited guests commenced filing in
I t r I V 1 through the spacious hallway ot th
tj I g Opera House and were received in a I
1
1 f r = royal manner by the Reception Com
t
4 mittee headed by Conductors Allen
ii V I Ji im Bjbock Wood and Mctcilf At fit I
l F F 11 j t F1 dclook the signal for ho grand march t
t J g F1ai 1 was ben Through the circuitous but
V J I graclPalihanges 01 the moot imposing 1
V
t f ai o dances Conductor Wood and lady
it 111 we e followed by over too hundred I
i V i f elegantly att rei In lit > nl 1 tr nt emeu I
f fJ Among the ladies vrlioie toilets were
i4 r J pi marvels of leauty and whoie cesiums I
I t fti shown out re < ple1 denth over this JHIK I
V V j 1 nnccntthrongwenoticedMessdamesLu I
f V JIJ t Inuer50nlloyle Carnal1an 1tcalf
ii Allen lInIIi leterson mtth Conlhk
I l Marks Doddridge tit Clair Young
j a and MIsses Mack Stephens Chase Net
F f Th son Robbins Dee Chaplord Hansen
I tit and many innnv others whom the
J J V OJ reporter was unable to recognize The
V ° 2 most prominent gentlemen on the floor
1
i > i during the evening were Conductor i
I J 5 Peterson Allen Lutv Metealf Wood
it r f i Di Bobcock Pagi White Hubbird
F i i tin Jeffries Howell < Lightneer Shields
I Ne and Messrs Canmlun Marks st I
V F tinM i Clair Young Preycr acliramm
M Mack Rollins Boyle and Smith 1
tril Guided the
V by entrancing strains of the
p15 iti I 1m orchestra and rapidly changing from
V W net the mazy walt t j the airy polka and
I rl tripping from th > whirlingscho t che to i
F i il Vt l 1 pie the fascinating mazourku the dancing i
H crt continued until the hour of midnight
I l 1 tha approached when an adjournment was I
J yjQ taken to the dining room below wherE
1 t on a banquet of unusual excellence was I
V t Do spread After supper had been disposed I
J tm of the merry crowd returnci i
j 1 livr once more to the hall dedicated 0
I I JI Tlrp110re and danced without
I I t 1 4 n m when the weary
K J
but happy particIpators wended their
waYl1 TDmerSna sth BTiriuBical hythnC
of their voices floated back on the
cnspy night xr l t md ItcisavVSuc
cess and prosperity to the Order of
f Railroad Conductors11 VIVIAN
They are iotA Dead
rime following letter dated SaltLake
1 was recently received by a young gen
tleman at Prpvo It is written in a fair
hand and evidently by someone with
more ardor than sense
jln You will no doubt be very
much surprised to receive this letter from
total rtrangcr surprised If you will but
look upon It favorably as coming from one
H hoso only w sh Is to know you and know
ing you to be a friend Need I bay more I
have betriyed my passion and coalesced nv
einjss chciau of my sex I will con
fws no more While visiting friends In
Irovo I t < > tW you several times but unfor
tunately it was not my good fortune ti > meet
you Fmie deemed It otherwise and para ips
tar the time it was best for she w ares tier
charms lu n mysterious way and we nre ob
liged to bow in submission to her sw ly so
like all ftumuiity 1 am forced to bide lor
her decree To many she Is merciful and
cruel to multitude All I ask is that tome
she will be iu this case merciful Will you
aid htrt I have now returned to my home
In S L nnd hive taken the unpardonable
1 liberty of addressing you and sincerely
hoping timt you will not consider ita breach
of etiquette but will give this letter due con
sider tin until you see the writer which I
hJVoS will not be long In the memtlme I
will look eagerly forward for jm answer
Will you answer or am I to be denied the
Ereatest boon I crave that of knowing you
und now I My farewell Until I receive au
answer Address lu my next letter
my nimu will be veiled I promise you this
futUfully
Wonder if sho is a relation of
Pearls
The Opera House Masquerade
Among the many successful masquer
ades given in this city the one occurring
at the Opera House on Tuesday evening
last is entitled to distinction It was a
pleasant andsociable affair and the gen
eral order and good willwerc remark
able The costumes were among the
best ever seen at a similar gathering
Prizes were awarded as follows
Ladies first prize Miss Annie Miller
whose Jockey was admirable Second
I prize Miss Carrie Saville who appeared
as Belva Lockwoods TSnriv fJnnrrl
Gents first prize was awarded to rW
R Stratford as Imperial Prince Second
prize Mr Heh r De Longville for his
Prince of Normandy Among the other
more noticeable characters on the floor
were thoe of Before and after Marri
age Snow and others who were so
successful in their disguise that their
names could not be learned Jumbo
and the Skidmore Guards came in for
a large share of appreciation The ball
was ably managed by the committee
Messrs Frank May T K Little Geo
Yeadon H Iloagland A G Bech
tol while Mr May eclipsed himself as
floor manager There is talk of another
lal mifquc to be given very shortly un
der the tame management
Western Star Ball
The ball given by the Western Star
Council Uniform Select Temples T of
Hon Wednesday evening in Sheldons
Hall freely sustained our prediction in
last Sundays HEIULD A good attend
ance of the members of the order and
their friends were present and the fes
tivities lasted until a late or early hour
The different committees are entitled
to great credit for the success of the en
tcitiiinacnt
Gossip r
Mr and Mrs Dr Benedict received a
few friends last evening whist was the
only point discussed V
A pleasant card party asicmbjed last
evening at the home of Miss Alice
Dinwoodey and conned over whist
Lotta it is said has scores of rival
Her kick however will mmeverbe equaled
until some mule is endowed with brains
The tongue femaleglraffeis seven
teen inches long The mule giraffe feels
that being denied the power of speech
is a blessing and not misfortune Bos
ton Post
It is said that the Empress of Austria
makes excellent bread If she is ever
out Of a job we can tell her where she
can make 3 a week besides her board
and noshing
Miss Mackay the adopted daughter
of the proprietor of the Salt Lake Tri
bune is to be married to Count Colonna
at Rome on the 12th of February An
other chse of exchanging ducats for a
titl
One ot the blooming belles of the
Twelfth Ward labored all day to get
her mammas consent to her going up
skating laid awake all night thinking
over the fun of the next day and in the
morning went off and forgot her skates
HeI saw Miss Dash today She is
a charming young lady
She Ohyea very charming and very
young You ninny altos just my age1
HeuThe deuce she is But she does
not look it
There is romance even in fashionable
life for in Philadelphia recently the offi
ciating clergyman at a wedding had at
one time been engaged to the bride
For the bridegroom it was a genuine
case of dense ignorance and perfect
blissWhen
When I murmured the fashion
able but delicate wife to her husband
I wantron have iny portrait painted
every year making it okfer each time
That would be very natural my
dear he replied
What would be natural
The ah pamntN Y Graphic
The Latest fVrliildc in Spnln
I
It is said that the latest wrinkle I
Spain is to have wonton bullfighters
j I instead of men It must be a noble
j sight to see one of those darkeyed
i II females in the ring facing a mad bull
but how different would be the scene if
I
one of our American girls should at
tempt it The sight would bring tears
to eyes that never wept before If any
one has ever seen an American girl
climb a rail fence at the sight of a cow
In an adjoining field they can form
sO ue idea of what she would if brought
face to fare with a mad html Ko wall
would be lOG high for her to climb and
rou can gamble on it that she wouldnt
let nay grass grow under her feet while
g ting into the next county Of course
There are some girls like Lulu Hurst
for instance who would take a bull bv
the tail and toss Mm over the fence but
the majority of them would want to go
home to their ma Pecks Sun
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The Doctor has had such an extensive
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In the Probate Court in and for Salt Lake
County Utah Territory T
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Tekla Wllheimina J Butler 1
A PlainthiFI
vs SUMMONS I
Philander Butler f
V I < V
Defendant1 >
The People of the Territory ofUtah tenil
greeting
To Philander Butler Defendant
you ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO
YO nppear in an action brought aninst yon
by the nbovenimed plaintiff in the Probate I
Court of the County of Salt Lake Territory
f Utah and to answer the complaint tr filed
therein within ten days exclusive of the
day of service after the service on you of I
summonsIf served within this county or
if served out of this county but in this dis
trict within twenty days otherwise within
forty days
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cree from this Court dissolving the marriage
control existing between said plaintiff and
you on the ground of willful desertion of
plaintiff by said defendant as by the said
complaint filed herein will more fully np
pear And you are hereby notified that l yon
fall to apncar and answer the said complaint
as above required the said plaintiff will al
l to required1 for the relief prayed < for
alimony and cost of suit
itness the HON EUAB A SMITH
Ju ge and the teal of the Probste
Court f Salt Lake County Terri
tory of Utah tVis 17th day of
recta September III the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
eightyfour
V JOHN C CUTLER
I LEGAL NOTICE
SUlIlUONS
Til the District Court in and for the Third
Judicial District of Utah Territory
I County of Salt Lake
1
William H Pitts I and
William H Shearman 1
Plaintiffs
vs i
Richard C Magor
Defendant J
The People of the United Stairs in the Ter
ritory of Utah send Greeting
To Richard C Magor defendant I
You arc hereby required to appear in
an action brought against you by the
above named plaintiffs in the District I
Court of the Third Judicial District of
the Territory of Utah and to answer
the complaint filed therein within ten
dnys exclusive of the day of service
after the service on you of this sum
mons if served within this county or
if served out of this county but in this
district within twenty days otherwise
within forty days or judgment by de
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from defendant the sum of 1000 with
interest thereon at 1 percent per month
from March 9th 1634 and for the fur
ther sum of 10 per cent upon the
amount found due as attorney fees of
foreclosureand for all general and proper
relief and for costs of suit alleged to be
due on a promissory note for the sum of
1000 executed and delivered by de
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mid for a decree of foreclosure and sale
of lot 13 and the south half of lot 4 in
block 55 plat B Salt Lake City sur
vey Salt Lake City and County Utah
Territory mortgaged by defendant to
plaintiffs i by mortgage dulvj executed
and delivered October D 1883 to secure
the payment of said noteand that the
proceeds of such sale may be applied in
payment of the amount found due
plaintiffs and that defendant and al
subsequent claimants to said mortgage
mav be barred and for the usual and
equitable relief in the premises
And YOU are hereby notified that if
you fail to appear and answer the said
complaint above required tile said
plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded therein
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ZANE Judge and the seal of
the District Court of theThird
Judicial District in and for the F
KAU Territory of Utah this llth
day of January 1 in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eightyfive
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be the PINEST RUT UPON ANY ROAD IN THE COUNTRY and in which
superior meals are served at the low rate of SEVENTYPIVE CENTS EACH
THREE TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and the JOSSOtTRTBIVEB
TWO TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and mNNEAPOL7 < ud ST
PAUL via the famous
V
ALBERT LEA ROUTE
The New and Direct Line via Seneca Kankakee and Cincinnati recently
opened for business between the West and Newport News Richmond Cincin
nati Indianapolis and La Fayette and Council Bluffs St Paul Minneapolis and
intermediate points is rapidly becoming a favorite with Through Passengers
Through Cars for all Through Passengers on Fast Express Trains
For more detailed information see Maps and Folders which may bo obtained
as well as Tickets at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Can
ada or of
R R CABLE E ST JOHN
Prast Geal Manager Goal Tkt Pssar Agt
CHICAGO
UTAH and NEVADA
RArdVy
I
On and After
WEDNESDAY JUNE 4th 1SS4
The Utah J Railway Company will
run their trains as follows
Sundays excepted
Leave Salt Lake City 840 am
Garfield 1000 It
Tn 1 on
Arrive at Terminus 1140
Leave Terminus LOO pm
Tooele 130
Garfield 2SO
Arrive at Salt Lake City 345
No Freight will be received after pm
S F FENTON W W JilTER
Gen Frt and Pass AgtW Hut
Salt Lake Western
nAILV A Y
On an after
Saturday Dec 20th 1SS4
Trains will run follows
STANDARD MOUNTAIN TIME
a Leave Lehi Junction 845am
am
Cedar Fort at 945
f f 5JIllclass 1020
i Rush Valley at lolso
i I Doremusat 11 35
Arrive Ironton at lioS
1205pm
Leave Irontoa at 1210
Arrive Silver City at 1230 II
Leave Silver City at 1250
Arrive Ironton at rS pm
Leave Ironton at 140
f Arrive at
Doremus at 235
t Rush Valley 310
f I II 5Mile Pass 840
CedarFortat
jlO
I at Lehi Junction at 515
C Connects With Utah Central train leaving
Salt Lake at 740 am
t Connects with Utah Central train
arrir
lug at Salt
Lake at 640 pm
T Stop only upon signalW
W W JiLTER
mara
Bupt
TUFTS NYSTR01I
We have an unusually
heavy stock of Wines
Liquors and Cigars
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST
Beer Always First Class
SALT LAKE CITY BEER HALL
109 MAIN 31RKHT
j i HELLMUTH
Ladies College V
I
I I LONDON ONT CANADA
I Affiliated with the Western University
PATRONESSHer Koyal Highness Princess
Louise
FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT The Eight
Rev Bishop Helhnutb D D D C
Handsome and spacious buildings of brick
and stone standing in 150 acres of land beat
Ufully situated in a most healthy and promi
nent locality on the banks of the River
Thames Four hours by rail from NIagMi
Falls and Detroit on a through route between
east and west The aim of the founder of
this college is to provide the highest IcUr
lectual and practically useful education The
whole system is based upon the soundwt
PROTESTANT principles cs the only basis
for the right formation of character
FRENCH is the language spoken in the Col
lege
Music a specialty under the direction of
W Viuch Lauder ii iledallrt and pupa
of the celebrated Abba Lisztand graduate r of
Leipsic Conservatoire etc etc
PAINTING lalty under the director
ship of F R Scavey Artist of European
Schools of Art
FULL DIPLOMA COURSES IN
LiteratureMusic Art
Practical sons given in Domestic Been
omy and Cookery Riding School in connec
lion with the college FORTY SriiOLAaSuIiS
of the value of from J 25 to tt 1CO annually
awarded by competition eighteen I gf wide
are open to competition at the September en
trance Examinations Terms per school tar
Board laundry nnle tuition including
the whole English course ancient and mod
ern languages and calisthenics from 250 to
3CO Music and Painting extra Combined
rate payment one year lu advance including
it g fi
with the above piano and vocal music and
piinting from 300 to JOO Junior Depart
ment Pupils admitted from the ago of 8
Special department for the training of teach
ers teachers registry connection with fie
College Professional staff of English and
European reputation Liberal reduction to
the daughters of clergymen For largo bins
truted circular free and further particular
address
HEV E M ENGLISH M A Principal
Hellmuth Ladies College
London Ont Caaade
Next term opens September lath 18J
I Leg a 1OF Blaulis
OF THE
Most Approved Forms
AT
THE HERALD OFFICE
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