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The advent of Lent In social circles
I reates a great stir amidst its devo
tees the last social function before
the solemn pall of Lent is cast over
its gaieties arouses excitement among
The fair buds and matrons as each
one earnestly declares an intention to
deny herself some luxury for the next
forty days But the truth Is that so
ciety is only awed by Lenten gloom
I and takes upon itself an enforced rest
rather than by the desire to confess Its
sins Many ladies whose religiousmo
tives and selfdenial are not to be
questioned and who look upon any at i
tempt at social gayety during the Len
ten season as Irreverent went to hear
the pianlste celebre but the only ex
planation they could give for their di
vergence from strict belfdenial was
Oh well thats a different thing
What is the difference between half
a dozen and six Perhaps its thgway
you say It
The Tontine Bachelors clubs an
nual dinner was given by Mr W J
Lawrence at the Lawrence residence
last evening The table was a gem
with its flowers cut glass and silver
A delicious menu was served and a
pleasant evening enjoyed by the fol
lowing members of the club Mr
Harry Shearman Mr Max Smith Mr
Rob Harknebs Mr Walter Shoup Mr
Ben X Smith Mr Ives Cobb Mr
D L Gregg Mr George Lawrence Mr
Will J Lawrence and Mr Alma D
fl Katz
Mrs Gilmer and Miss Gilmer are ex
pected home from the east this week
The Social Infants will meet Friday
The Paderewski concert at the tab
ernacle Wednesday evening was at
tended by practically all of the society
Mr and Mrs Frank B Stephens ar
rived home from an extended California
t trip during the week
Miss Ardelle D Cummings and Miss
I Sibyl Anderson are two of Weihes
most promising pupils Both antici
pate continuing their studies in Eu
r rope next year Miss Anderson is tak J
ing a limited number of pupils at her I
home on Second East street
Mrs Dickson entertained Wednesday I
afernoon w I
Mrs T G Webber was the hostess
of a charming luncheon Saturday after
Mrs Frank Knox entertained at a
Kensington luncheon Friday after
A number of the officers and ladics
of Fort Douglas were seen at the Pad
erewski concert Wednesday evening
Mrs T W Jennings and Mrs Guy
Palmer are expected home from their J
California trip Wednesday I
I A number of the officers of the fort
I ihave invitations out for dinners in
honor of General and Mrs Penrose
The Wednesday evening concerts at
t the fort are becoming popular among
t the society people of the city
Mrs Schaffer returned from Califor
nia during the week
Mr Dorsey returned to Nebraska
I his former home during the week II
Mr and Mrs Brinker are at home to J
their friends at their new residence
10S4 Third street
a I
The usual Friday night hop was not
given at the Fort last week
Mr Frank McKimmons who has
been traveling in southern Utah for
some time past will be welcomed
home by his many friends this week
Mrs Radcliffe entertained a num
foer of her daughters friends Thurs
I day afternoon
On Wednesday evening occurred the
f marriage of Miss Fanny L Manning
r to Mr B F Thomas at the home of
The brides parents Mr and Mrs H C
f I Manning 210 East Seventh South
I street The simple and beautiful ring I
ceremony of the Congregational church I
was read by Rev Clarence T Brown
The bride was most charmingly at J
tired in white silk trimmed with dain
ty lace her veil was clasped with I
white roses and she carried a bouquet
of the same tied with white ribbon
She was attended by her sister Miss I
Lena Manning who looked very sweet
in white mull with pink ribbons and
pink roses The grooms best man
was J T Hynes About twenty friends
of the young couple were present who
after the ceremony sat down to a
f delicious wedding supper Later in
t the evening Mr and Mrs Thomas took I
e carriage for their new residence No
n Willard court where they have be
gun housekeeping and after March 15
Tvill be at home to their many friends
who unite in wishing them prosperity
and happiness Mr Thomas is a rising I
young man who has the respect of all
who know him and his bride has for
years been one of the most successful
primary teachers in the city schools
A merry party of boys and girls were
gathered at 5S Third East street on
Friday evening to celebrate the tenth
i birthday of Wallace Bredemeyer The
L 1 party had a semimilitary air as most
f of the boys were In uniform Inter
spersed With games were marches and
I various evolutions an especially pretty
one being that where the boys crossed
words forming an arch of steel un
der which the girls marched out to
the supper room Little Scott Lynn
f as George Washington gave an appro
priate recitation while his sister Vera
r In a Martha Washington costume oc
cupied the seat of honor at the head <
of the table and was the fortunate one
to receive the ring which was found
by the young host in his piece of birth
c day cake
1 Mrs Isabelle Sewelle of Provo spent
a few days with her daughter Mrs
r Flora Stenhouse last week before leav
t ing for California
Fit Mr Sam Bobbins of Mammoth is
Spending a few days in the city
Mr Kent Smith is one of our plucky
4 young society men who is wielding the
T pick in Eureka
Miss Margaret A Sharp and Mr fH
T McEwan were united in marriage at
1 the Temple Wednesday afternoon A
reception was held in the evening at
rthe home of the brides brother Mr
Janes Sharp 474 Fourth street The
house was tastefully decorated with
potted plants cut flowers smilax and
a dainty supper was served at 11
oclock The bride wore a handsome
cream brocade duchesse satin with real
lace trimmings and tulle veil holding
a bunch of brides roses in her hanH
I Among those present were Mr and
k Mrs john C Sharp Mr and Mrs Jos
11 eph C Sharp Mr and Mrs J J
i D ynes Mr and Mrs C Daynes 3r
1itr Md o C Beebe Mr and
rJ t
I Mrs F E Barker Mr and Mrs D
L Murdock Mrs H M McEwan Miss
I Nellie Bennett Miss Lisle Daynes Mr
William McEwan Mr John Bennett
I and Mr John Daynes
Mr and Mrs McEwan are at home
to their friends at 473 Fourth street
I Dr and Mrs Meacham arrived home
Tuesday morning after a pleasant trip
I to Fort Leavenworth
I The most ambitious undertaking yet
attempted by Salt Lake amateurs is
I I undoubtedly the Society Circus It
would require all the imaginative pow
I ers to picture three of our few local
equestriennes flitting along on their
I bareback steeds and yet it is announc
ed that this will be witnessed at the
initial performance Eight of the lady
and gentlemen riders will give an ex
I hibition of fancy riding and will dance
a quadrille mounted Mr Clawson and I
Mr Wallace Monroe will vie with each
II other in horsemanship
An exhibition of West Point riding
will be given by a number of the
I young lieutenants at the Fort
i I The various athletic clubs in the city
I will give exhibitions on parallel and
i horizontal bars rings and present
I classic pose etc
i 1 A band of genuine Bedouin Arabs
I will build human pyramids engage in
I scimitar contests and grand and lofty
The Caledonian club will be repre
sented in Highland costume
I The clowns have been selected from
our quickest witted boys and some
I genuine surprises may be anticipated
i in the personnel
The ring master will be ohe of Utahs
favorite sons Governor Heber M
Aside from the circus proper there
will be the usual peanut lemonade and
pop corn venders
Sideshows filled with a rare collec
tion of oddities and freaks will be well
worth the seeing
After the performance a grand con
cert upon an elevated platform in the
centre of the arena will be given
Th ring is now under construction
and upon completion rehearsals will
begin It is expected that the ring
will be finished by the 16th
The usual St Patricks day exercises
held every year for the benefit of St
Anns orphanage will be given under
the auspices of the young ladies of I
St Marys academy this year The
following programme will be rendered I
Caprice Pratt I
Miss Neistar
Last Words of EmmetMaynard I
Solo Miss Nieper
Chorus Vocal class I
Accompanied on piano harps and
Literary selection Grandma at
the Masquerade Miss M Kinney
Souvenir De Verdi guitars LOrme 1
Misses E Davis D Kinney Tripp 1
and Berkland
Vocal dutt Drift My BarIc Kucken
Misses Keel and Schatz
Accompanists piano Miss Trumbo
Violins Misses Kinmey and Meister
Literary selection Daisys Faith
Cecilia Gottstein
Piano solo Meeting of the Waters
Miss D Kinney
Little Waiters dance and song
Accompanists piano Miss Meister
Violin Miss Dullea
Literary selection Gaulbertos
Victory E C Donnelly
Miss Henry
Te Deum zithersFeyrtag
Misses Antretter Fritsch and Geary
Song Grandma Little Reah Irving
Fantasia on Irish Melodies Obertliur
First harp Miss Trumbo
I Second harp Miss Meister
r Well Gaily Sing and Play Pinsutl
Solo Miss Stout
I Quartette Misses Keel Tripp Schatz
Johnston Nieper Bailey McMahon
and Davi
Accompanists violin Misses E Brun
eau D Kinney Meister Dullea and
Harps Misses A Bruneau and Kane
Piano Miss Trumbo
Literary selection Jane ConquestMilne
Miss Hayes
The Exiles PrayerMitchell
Miss Keel
Accompanists violin Miss D Kinney
Harp Miss A Bruneau
Piano Miss Trumbo
Echoes from Erin Desormes
First mandolin Misses Johnston E
and T Davis E Bruneau M
Kinney and L Blewett
Second mandolin Misses Williams
Vadror M Nissler Mulvey and L
Irving I
Guitars Misses D Kinney Berkland
Blewett and Tripp I
Harps Misses Trumbo and Meister
Piano Miss A Bruneau
Minstrel Boy and St Patricks
Day Pape
Miss Trumbo
Literary selection Droubles
Miss C Nissler
Chorus The Isle thats Crowned
with Shamrocks Baker
Accompaned on guitars mandolins
zithers violins harps and piano
Closing remarks Rt Rev L Scamlan
Retiring march Music of Columbia
Misses Meister and Cooper
On Friday evening the residence of
J J Gilson in the First ward was tire
scene of a pleasant social given by the
New Star Debating society An inter
esting programme was rendered at in
tervals between themany other enjoy
ments of the evening Refreshments
were served and the amusements were
then resumed until a little after mid
night when the happy band de carted
for home The affairwas a credit to
the young ladies who managed it as
well as to the New Star Those pres
ent were Mrs Gilson Mrs Patton
Mrs Conley Miss Gilson Miss Katie
Gilson Miss Alice Gilson Miss Jennie
Conley Miss Squires Miss Sadie
Squires Miss Laura Squires Miss Ella
Rosenvall Miss Belle Mosby Miss Bur
nie Madden Miss Ovidia Olsen Miss
Mabel Patton Miss Sophia Hirschvo
gel Miss Edna May Miss Nellie Braby
Miss Tenie Muir Miss Grace Fisher
Mr A L Steele Mr Reuben Squires
Mr William Mosby Mr Ralph Kid
der Mr Andrew H Maack Mr R E
Maack Mr Theodore Maack Mr Wil
liam Campbell Mr F S Musser Mr
Emil T Egli and A W Smith
Mrs Miner has returned from Logan
and is visiting her daughter Mrs John
Miss Otillie Maeser of Provo re
turned home last evening after a short
visit with friends in this city
John Philip Sousa Miss Currie Duke
and Miss Myrta French of Sousas
band were visitors at the fort yes
terday for a few hours and were the
guests of Adjutant and Mrs C P
George old acquaintances who en
tertainedi them at luncheon The fam
ous medalwinner and his accomplished
assistants were met at the car stairs
by the Sixteenth Infantry band and
they were greeted with the familiar
strains of one of Sousas compositions
King Cotton The distinguished mu
sician smiled his thanks and at the
conclusion of the piece he praised the
band heartily for such an excellent
rendition To a group of officers he I
Q fl
fcjMftf JK a JM It < 1I <
said that the Fort Douglas band would
undoubtedly compare very favorably
with any military band in the United
States This is valued praise
After luncheon the guests were
treated to a ride to the city in an army
ambulance as it was found to be too
late to wait for a car and reach the
tabernacle by 2 oclock A large dele
gation from the post went down to
hear the afternoon concert the band
receiving a complimentary invitation
Miss Lilian Gates of Provo has been
spending the past week with Miss Ve
nice Pike
Miss Florence Small is visiting this
week with Miss Grace Anderson
Ogden Society
Several circumstances aside from
the fact of its being midlent are re
sponsible for the quietude of the week
in social affairs The Paderewski con
cert occurring in Salt Lake attracted
a good many people thither who are
prominent as entertainers in the so
ciety of Ogden Being in the middle
of the week and being followed by
Sousas band concert in the Grand on
Thursday which was also attractive
to people socially inclined the number
of at homes and afternoons were
doubtless lessened by these two musi
cal events
Quite a number of pleasant though
rather informal parties were held and
La Coterie held a meeting where in
tellectual features were happily
blended with social enjoyment
Tuesday evening occurred the enter
tainment and card party in Odd Fe
lows hall given by Canton Ogden I
O O F A very large crowd was pres
ent the hall being taxed as to its
seating capacity and overtaxed as to
I the provisions made for card players
The programme as previously pub
lished was carried out except the
two little Misses Elsie Mann and
Corrinne Christensen could not hp
present An instrumental duet by Miss
Kurtz and Miss Burnfieid was followed
by a pretty recitation by little Ethel
Wattis P A Cook sang in good form
and A J Anderson gave a clever reci
tation Little Francis Reeder jr sang
very nicely and was followed by music
from the Social Mandolin club Misses
Anna Sumner and Eva Brown gave
recitations and were followed by a
song from Miss Mamie Owen AT
Woodbury the veteran Odd Fellow
then made a few remarks and J D
Sullivan sang a song and responded t
an encore Miss Mattie Wattis closed
this part of the entertainment with a
recitation In the card games the
ladies first prize was a china plaque
hand painted and was won by Mrs
Mamie Clark The gentlemans prize
was a handsome book of Hoyle
Games and went to B Krumpernian
The committee engineering this suc
cessful affair through were W S
Flewellmg W H Zion and C J
Dr and Mrs S L Brick entertained
at cards on Tuesday evening a few of
their friends
Mr and Mrs P C Hays entertained
the Leap Year High Five club at their
home on Twentyfourth street Mon
day evening
Among those who were noticed at the
Paderewski concert at Salt Lake city
were Mr and Mrs Allison Mr and
Mrs H C Bigelow Mr and Mrs A I
P Bigelow Mr and Mrs B 11
Lathrop Mr and Mrs J H Thomas
Mr and Mrs Cambridge Mrs Bannis
iter and daughter Mrs Kimball and
daughter Mrs Lessenger and daugh
ter Mrs Summerfield Mrs Gideon
Cartney Miss Bigelow Miss Peebles Mrs Mc
t I
The first of the series of select par
ties in the Third ward was held Tues
day evening and proved a very en
joyable affair
Tuesday March 3 La Coterie with
the exception of one absent member
met with Miss Bigelow at the Reed
The guests were Mesdames Heywood
Sunmerfield Strevell Stewart Eggles
I ton and Riffin Mrs Briggs began the
programme with a paper of exceptional
interest on The English Revolution
a subject which she treated very fully
by picturing the troublesome times of
Cromwell and the restoration the
abdication of James I and the election
of William and Mary as joint rulers
over England Interspersed through
her paper were lively anecdotes and
descriptions of that time and especially
of the two great calamities the great
plague and the great fire which over
whelmed London in 1665 and 1666 The
next number Science and Literature
of the Seventeenth Century by Mrs I
Graham was a feast of good things in I
the way of a rehearsal of the theories
and teachings of the leading scientific
men of that time including Galileo
Kepler Newton and Harvey Many
good laugh was enjoyed over the every
day happenings the petty trials and
triumphs of Pepys so humorously por
trayed in his daily journal one of
the first private books of its
kind that on account of its merit has
become the heritage of all The hear
ers were delighted with sketches quo
tations and narratives of Milton Her
rick Dryden Jeremy Taylor Boxfter
Bunyan and other brilliant men of that
period which Taint called the classic
age of English literature Following
Mrs Grahams paper Miss Kiesel gave
a vocal solo Of Thee Im Thinking
Margarita by MeyerHelmand and
responded to an encore with The
Daily Question by the same com
poser After a charming instrumental
solo by Miss Bigelow the business
meeting of the club was held Miss
Baldwin was unanimously elected a
member of La Coterie and arrange
ments were made for a series of art
lectures to be given by Mrs Jennings
of SaltLake city
During the social hour which fol
lowed the members were invited to
the dining room to dinner After a
most successful and enjoyable meet
ing La Coterie adjourned to meet
March 17
A very successful and enjoyable leap
year ball was given in the Third ward
institute Tuesday night
Mrs Mamie Clark of Denver was a
guest of Mrs John S Seese last week
Dr H 11 Bannister of Chicago is
visiting his brother C K Bannister
P C Wedell of Kansas City is a
guest of his brother W B Wedell for
a few days
a a a
The presentation to John Philip
Sousa of the tokens from the Ogden
chorus was done by Miss Salmon in a
very pretty manner and one showing
complete selfcontrol The floral piece
a beautiful lyre was an exquisite
one and the quotation from Plato con
cerning the allimpressiveness of
music seemed to touch the sympathies
of the renowned band leader The gold
satchel tag found concealed In the
flowers was so beautiful that Sousa
I was about to pin it on his coat with I
the other medals
The Rathbone Sisters gave a card
party and social in Castle hall Tues
day a a
E M Hadley a popular employee
in the Union Pacific freight office went
west on a pleasure trip last Thursday
He will spend some time on the coast
and thence proceed to Phoenix Ari
zona to visit his brother before re
Mr James Smith who has been
I visiting his brother G K Smith has
returned to his home in Montreal
Mrs C E Stewart entertained a
number of her friends at a Salma
gundi party given at lier Ol1 in the
Reed hotel on Friday afternoon Mrs
A l Somerfield assisted the hostess
and twentysix other ladies were pres
ent A tasteful luncheon was served
after the card games The prize win
ners were Mrs C A Bedford who
won the first prize Mrs R W Ruffin
who secured the booby and Mrs Grim
bridge who secured the consolation
o I
Mrs David Eccles with her two chil
dren Miss Vida and Master Roy and
Mr Samuel Doxey formed a box party
at the Grand on the occasion of the
Sousa band concert
I Mrs Florence E Nelson formerly
Mrs A H Nelson of Ogden was re
cently married to Rev Elmer E Shaf
er Methodist minister at Heathing
ton Neb
Mrs T C Eggleston of Caldwell
Ida is visiting Mrs E E Stewart at
the Reed
The Old Friends club met and were
entertained Friday night at the home
of E A Littlefield on Madison avenue
I The Utah Kindergarten association
desire their friends to meet with them
I in a dance Friday evening March 13
in the Fourteenth ward Assembly hall
Price of admission 50 cents per couple
I Clives orchestra in attendance
Johnsons Four Dollars Ladies Shoes
150 per pair
For lovers of the beautiful at
Walker Bros Dry Goods Cos
New dress goods new silks
new wash goods Call some time
this week and take a glance at these
beauties it is a pleasure to show you
Remember the great opening sale for
spring 1896 in these goods begins to
morrow morning the hour is 9 sharp
Written for The Herald
To make home attractive each one
of the family as far as is consistent
with their age should take a part in
seeing that everything is clean and in
order Home is the hearths garden
Its sunshine and showers are here All
its beautiful all its lovely things are
here and here should be expended care
toil effort patience and whatever may
be necessary to make them more lovely
Home is the great repository of all
the affections that ever grow in alI
There is no pleasanter sight than
that of a family of young folks who
are quick to perform little acts of at
tention toward their elders The plac
ing of the arm chair for mother or
kindly errands done for father and
scores of little deeds show the tender
s of loving gentle hearts Pa
rents should show their appreciation of
these kindly acts Hf they do not indi
cate that they are appreciated the habit
is soon dropped Little children are
imitative creatures and quickly catch
the spirit surrounding them So if the
father shows kindly attention to the
m ther bright eyes will see the act
and quick minds will make a note of It
By example much more than by pre
cept can children be taught to speak
kindly to each other to acknowledge fa
vors to be gentle and unselfish to be
thoughtful and considerate of the com
fort of the family The true flower of
homelove requires for its development
the aid of every member Of the home
circle I is in the home circle where
we form many if not the most of our
habits both of action and speech
These habits we carry into the world
I the language of angels could be
heard on earth its fittest place would
be the home circle Let the music of
the heart swell its notes here in one
perpetual anthem of good will Let
praise and prayer and fervent good
wishes and words and works hallow its
sacred shrine Let the whole soul de
vote its energies to making happy its
home and its rewards will be great
I there be a spot upon the earth from
which discord and strife should be
banished it is the fireside Home is the
center of the fondest hopes and the
most tender affections How pleasing
the spectacle of that home circle which
is governed by the spirit of love
Children are the pride and ornament
of the family They create sport and
amusement and dissipate all sense of
loneliness from the household There
is probably not an unpolluted man or
woman living who does not feel that
the sweetest consolations and best re
wards of life are found in the loves and
delights of home The specific influence
of husband and wife cf parent and
child of brother and sister of teacher
and pupil united and harmoniously
blended constitute the home influence I
In the unseen future your brothers
and sisters may be sundered from you
your lives may be spent apart and In I
death you may be divided and of you It
may be said
They grew in beauty side by side
They filled one home with glee
Their graves are severed far and wide
By mount and stream and sea
Monroe Utah March 6 1896 I
Another Meeting Held Lint Evening
In Police Court Room
Another meeting of sportsmen was held
in the police court room last evening
for the purpose of
suggesting changes to
the fish and game bill which Is now be
Core the lower house of the legislature
Chairman J Q Cannon related the work
the committee had done in the way of
writing letters to the
leters outside counties
and read two replies received from
sportsmen living outside both of which
favored the action taken by the meetings
heretofore held Later in the evening
telegram was received from Ogden or
the same nature Ogen
I was decided to recommend to the
legislature the passage of the present
bill with the following changes That the
close season be from November to July
and that no marketing of bass be per
mitted The meeting does not want the
nil passed prohibiting fishing for trout
for three years I deems the law against
marketing fish ample protection
Protection to eastern broik and rain
bow trout was decided not politic They
will take chances with other trout Bein
lag was decided against except for suck I
ers mullets and chubs and the coarser I
grades of fish and in the closed season
none will be permitted save when the
fish and game warden accompanies the
miners they to pay him at the rate of
S2 per day All game fish caught when
gilled shall be sold by the warden and
the proceeds turned into the county treas
ury This it is claimed will prev nt the
practice of gluing on purpose so com
mon heretofore Seining will be prohib
ted except in Utah Sovier and Bear
For violation of the game law a pen
alty will be imposed at the discretion of
the court one half to go to the informer
A resolution embodying the action of
the meeting was passed and the stand
ing committee will present the same to
the legislature
The meeting adjourned until one week
from next Friday when It will convene
at the same place for the purpose of
forming a fish and game protective asso
ciation for this county
Dr John F Critchlow after an absence
sence of seven years at school college
and medical school 5n the east ha re
turned to take ur the practice of medl
cine in this city He has for about two
rears been one of the physicians at the
German hospital of Philadelphia and
expects soon to have his shingle in the
East breeze at his residence 440 Seventh
A great offering of Buttons and Dress
Buckles at 50 per cent off
ii 1f I
Religious Notices Inacrtcil Free in
This Column Handed In Before
Noon on Saturday
St Marys Cathedral = First mass at S
o clock second mass at 9 I oclock Sun
day school 930 high mass and sermon
at 1 oclock a m vespers and benedic
tion 730 p in week mornings mass at
8 o clonic a m mass at St Patricks
church at 10 oclock a m
The Central Christian church corner
Third East and Fourth South streets B
F Clay minister residence 362 Third
East streotSunday school 945 a m
preaching 1 a m and 73D p m Junior
Endeavor 430 p m Christian Endeavor
6 p m prayei meeting Wednesday 730
p m you are cordially invited to at
tend these
First M E church 3 East Third South
W K Beans pastorPreaching service
1030 a m subject The Power of Lit
tie Things Evening service 730 p m
Evening theme The Devil Sunday
school 32 m Prof L M Gllhhan super
intendent Junior league 330 p m
Mrs E V Fritz superintendent Ep
worth League 630 p m Frank E Wit
kinson president Chataqua Circle
Monday evening The public cordially
invited to these services
First Baptist Church corner Second
West and Second South Rev H B Steel
man pastor Services at 1 a m and 730
p m Sunday school at 1215 Y P S C
E at 630 Wednesday evening service
at 743 A welcome to all JThe Rev Dr
Williams recently returned from India
speaks in the morning A native Telug
I preacher speaks in the evening
Baptist Chapel corner Indiana avenue
and Navajoe street Sunday school at
315 preaching at 4 p m Y P S C E
Friday evenings
First German Evangelical Lutheran St
Johns churchServices this morning at
1 in our church on Seventh South and
Fifth West street by Rev C 11 Kuhr
Also services at 7 p m in the St Marks
school opposite the fire department on
First South and State streets Sunday
school at 430 p m All are welcome La
dies society Thursday afternoon at the
ministers new residence corner of Sev
enth South and Fifth West in the par
sonage of the church
Westminster Presbyterian ChurchOn
Fourth West between First and Second
South F L Arnold pastor Preaching I
In the morning at 1 in the evening at I
730 Sabbath school 1215 Young Peo I
ples meeting at 615 Junior Society 430
Seats free All are cordially invited to
these services
First Unitarian Church Unity mall 28
30 West Third South street Roy Adel
bert L Hudson minister Service at l
a m Subject of sermon Science and
Religion Musical programme Vol
untary Norturne Op 37 No2 Chopin
Offertory Gratitude C F Stayner
Anthem Thou Will Keep Him in Per
feet Peace Unity Quartette Solo
Trust in the Lord Miss Ida Pratt
Hymns by the congregation led by the
quartette Sunday school at 3230 Unity
club on Wednesday evenings at S Pa
pers The Discovery of America
James M Romney Europe and Cath
ay Mrs J 1 Dart Seats free and al
are welcome
The Theosophical society meets in room
505 Progress block at 1 a m subject
Materialism and Spiritualism versus Oc
cultism The Lotus circle meets at the
same place at 10 a m The study class
meets on Monday at 8 p m All are in
St Pauls Chapel Main street and
Fourth South Rev L B Ridgely priest
in charge Services today third Sunday
in Lent 800 a m holy communion 3100
a m morning prayer litany and ser
mon 3 p m Sunday school 4 p m
Public instruction GodWhy we believes
lieves he loves us Why we believe him
omnipresent and omniscient At 73
pm evening prayer and sermon subject
The Prayer Book and the Bible Week
day services daily at 845 and 430 p m
Daily except Mondays at 7 a m the holy
commmnon Mondays at 9 a m Friday
an evening service at 730
First Presbyterian Church Dr R G
McNiece pastor Public worship at 1
a m and preaching by the pastor Sab
bath school at 1230 Junior Endeavor
meeting at 430 Young peoples meeting
at 620 evening worship and preaching
at 730 No Wednesday evening meeting
Friday evening
I but preparatory meeting
Seats free at all of these services
Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church
of our Savior Rev O K Ramberg pa
torServices today at 1 a m and S p
in Sunday school at 1230 p m The
choir will meet Tuesday evening Meet
ing of the ladies society at the pastors
I residence Thursday afternoon The
I young peoples society will meet at the
church Thursday evening School on
Saturday at the usual hour
St Marks Chapel Warm Springs
Third Sunday in Lent Holy communion
730 a m Sunday school 3 p m even
ing prayer and sermon 730 Thursday
holy communion at 730 a m Friday I
evening prayer and address at 730 Rev
D Douglas Wallace pastor in charge
St Marks Cathedral 225 East First
South Rev J H Halsey dean Services
today Holy communion 8 a In Sun
day school 945 a m morning prayer
litany and sermon 1 a m evening
prayer and sermon 3 dally morning
prayer n am daily evening prayer
with reading 430 p m holy communion
Thursday 930 a m teachers meeting
Wednesday 5 p m litany and confirm
ation class Friday 430 p m evening
prayer and address Friday 730 p m
Sermon this evening God and Crea
Church of Christ Scientist O O F
hall Market street Church service at
haJ m subject The Good Samaritan
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Sunday school from 1 to 1 experience
meeting Friday 730 p m All are wel
Third Presbyterian Church Rev Jo
slah McCIain pastor Eleventh East and
Lincdn Park
Washington avenue Lino1
Preaching 1 a m and 730 p m Sunday
sohool 12 noon Society Christian En
deavor 645 p m prayer meeting at 730
Wednesday evening
S First Congregational Church Corner
First South and Fourth East Rev Clar
ence T Brown pastor Morning service
at 1 a m sermon by the pastor sub
ject How Much is a Man Better Than
a Sheep Sunday school 1215 Junior
Endeavor 130 evening service 750 ser
mon by the pastor upon Boys Rights
prayer meeting Wednesday at Sop m
East Side Baptist Church Pastor Col
lins will preach this Sabbath at 1 oclock
a m and at 7 30 p m Morning theme
Pauls Challenge Evening theme
War Ordinance of baptism will be
administre after sermon in the even
Y 11 C A28 West Second South
street Gospel meeting for men ony to
day at 4 p m in the parlor Address by
John T Anon subject Attributes of
Real Manhood Excellent music by the
orchestra led by Prof Carl Zehnter and
by the popular Y r C A quartette All
men are Invited and will be most cor
dially welcome
A great deal of Interest in mining has
been aroused in the post bv the reports
the C company boys brougnt back from
Skull valley recently and a number will
spend their three months furlough in
that locality In search of pay ore Ex
Private Clump late of company G has a
claim there and says It will run 3 to
the ton I is however too far from a
smelter to yield much of a profit
Amusements in the I post have been a
little slow this week since the band ban
quet given by General Penrose in the
post exchange on Thursday evening An
other masked ball Is promised IJY the wor
shippers of Terpsichore before the end
of Lent
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Fred Lynn of Salt Lake formerly drum
major of the Sixteenth band and later a
member of company D was a visitor
in tho post during the week
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Musician Niedleman of company E
will be discharged on the 23rd inst at
months the expiration of three years and three
I you are using the common brands
of lye you are paying for a large per
centage of common salt with which
unprincipled manufacturers adulter
ate their goods in many Instances to
the extent of onehalf When you buy
Red Seal Lye or Potash you get an
absolutely pure caustic granulated
and packed tn large sifting top cans
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Do you save money when you can If
youcanJ I so why not make your saving on
your dental bill as well as on other items of
le your expenditures You can
save a big percentage on your dental bill by
patronizing the popular
bi popular one
priced dentist and in exchange for a small fee you will get strictly first
class dental work at about onethird the prices charged by other dentists
And nothing will be found cheap about the work but the price I am making a
2000 Set of Teeth for 800
A 1000 Set for 500
Thlntt of itthe very best set of teeth made for only 800
And here is more proof that you can make a big saving
br having your
dental work done by me
24karat Gold Crown JS Bridge Teeth 6
each Gold
Fillings 1
Filngs and
up Amalgam Fillings 50c to 51 yind all
Fiings Jnd other work at proportionate prices
Very few people wilfully throw away dollars nowadays and
dolars that is what you
are doing when you pay the oldtime 20
oldtme years ago prices for dental work
Come and inspect samples of work and be convinced that
no better
work can
be done and the prices below all others
Surgeon Dentist
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