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TilE SALT LAKE HEBALD SUNDAY JULY 26 1895 13
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The past week has been almost a
rush Three large garden parties a
e hop at the Fort a large lake party and
j a number of smaller affairs have made
I it the gayest week of the summer
r Garden parties have been the feature
1 of the past weeks entertainment
f Nothing more entrancing can be imag
ined than an evening spent at one of
i these affairs Dancing outofdoors on
I the wellwaxed floor under myriads of
li Chinese lanterns to the strains of en
t livening music is a perfect delight not
to mention a quiet flirtation in one of
the cozy corners that a thoughtful
J it
I 1 hostess always provides
Girls have you forgotten that this
Ir is leap year and that leap year will
I not come again very soon These lawn
t parties are just the place Nothing
l more bewitching can be imagined than
to pit beneath the dancing leaves of the
trees with the moon just peeping
through or underneath the soft glow
of the oriental lights to say nothing
of the charm of the sweetest little
woman in the world in her daintiest
gown It would be a hard hearted
bachelor indeed who could resist all
t this
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Mr and Mrs J R Walker jr gave
4 a garden party Monday night in honor
of Miss Gibbs of California which was
a very pretty affair The grounds were
brilliantly lighted with numberless
electric lights and bright colored Jap
anese lanterns which were artistically
arranged in groups high and low giv
I ing a rarely picturesque appearance to
the scene A large dancing floor was
laid at one side of the house where a
f band was stationed playing sweet
i music to which the guests danced ac
companiment until a late hour
1
Tuesday night a lawn fete was given
for the benefit of the Womans Ex
d change at the lovely suburban home
f of Mrs Gilmer A large number were
in attendance and a delightful evening
L was spent
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I Mrs EHsworth Daggett gave a most
enjoyable luncheon Tuesday afternoon
in honor of Miss Whitney and Mrs Ken
neth Kerr The table around which
the guests were seated was most elab
orately decorated in pink and white
The guests were Mrs Woodward Mrs
Kenneth Kerr Mrs Holden Mrs Pow
ers Mrs Bidwell and Miss Whitney
y
Mrs Samuel C Park and Miss Park
entertained Friday afternoon in com
l pliment to Miss Kiesel of Ogden Each
L guest was given a slip of paper on
which was the name of some well
known topical song which she was ex
pected to diaw an illustration of af
ter which the guests had an opportun
ity of guessing them which afforded
a great deal of amusement The
guests were Mrs Kenneth C Kerr
Mrs James Jennings Mrs L > B Jones
Mrs J N Sharp Mrs Larey Mrs Ir
win Miss Hoge Miss Alff Miss Web
t ber Miss Georgia Webber Miss Eth
4 LT elyn Webber Miss Adelaide Nason
Miss Seattle Miss Williams Miss
Glendinning Miss Bacon Miss Thorn
Miss Maude Thorn Mrs Bidwell Miss
Whitney Mrs Charles E Caine Mrs
f Charles Post and Miss Sadler
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Miss Adelaide Nason took a party
out to Garfield to hear the Mikado
Wednesday evening Those invited I
were Mrs Bancroft Mrs Woodruff I
I Mrs Woodward Miss Woodward Miss i
Kimball Miss AIff Miss Colton Mr
Wicks Mr Henry McCornick and Mr
Harry Shearman I
There was a delightfully informal I
hop at the Fort Friday evening A
number of our wellknown society peo
ple were in attendance
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i Mrs Alma Katz entertained a few I
1 friends at luncheon Wednesday in
i htonor of Sirs Lomax of Omaha I
and Miss Caldwell of Chicago I
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I Mrs J Harvey Griffin entertained
the Bicycle club at supper Wednesday I
1 evening The guests were Miss Web
ber Miss Ethelyn Webber Miss Park
Miss Kiesel Mr Nye Mr Hampton I
Mr Scott and Mr a Will Ford
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MSs Eleanor Dooly entertained1 Thurs I
I da evening complimentary to Miss I
5 Caldwell of Oakland Cal It took the
V form of a dancing party on the lawn I
and the soft light of innumerable j
l Japanese lanterns and colored electric
It lights converted the spacious grounds
I < into a perfect fairyland I
A large dancing floor was laid on
the lawn and the devotees of the poetry
of motion moved to the sweet strains I
of music until the midnight hour Re
I freshments were served in the large
diningroom after which the merry
j makers took themselves to their several
homes
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Mrs Thomas J Webber entertained
forty of the younger members of so
l i ciety at Saltair last evening in honor
i of Mr Shirley Webber The party
p went out in a special car at 5 oclock
and spent the next few hours most
IJJ enjoyably
I j
J Miss Woodward and Miss Whitney
1 expect to leave Tuesday for an Alaskan
trip They will be gone a month
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Mrs J H Walker has as her guest
T Miss Gibbs of California
Miss Hoge leaves the latter part of
the week for Brighton where she will
visit Mrs Plummer during August
Mrs Aiff and Miss Irma Alff left Fri
day for Brighton where they have
taken a cottage for the remainder of
the summer Miss Colton accompanied
them
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Miss Kiesel leaves Thursday for her
home in Ogden
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Miss Harkness and Miss Ora Hark
ness are expected home from the Fox
ranch tomorrow
Mr Tom Davis and Mr Joe Davis
will return from the Fox ranch also
Miss Alff has a gone to Spaffords I
farm for two weeks
Mr and Mrs Harold Russell left for
Soda Springs Thursday I
c e
r Governor and Mrs Heber M Wells
are in Soda Springs
Mr and Mrs James H Moyle and
family have gone to Brighton
Miss Webber expects to leave soon
for Soda Springs where she will visit
Miss Hooper
Miss Lowe and Miss Nason are vis
jtiing Worcester s
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Mr and Mrs Parley L WHlams have
issued invitations for a dancng party
T on the lawn Monday evening compli
mentary to Miss Williams of Portland
I
Miss Catherine Cuhrier entertained
her friends inn most charming man
ner Wednesday evening by giving a
garden party The grounds were ar
tstlcally decorated for the occasion
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and a most delightful evening was
spent by all
I
I I Mr Holmes of the Knutsford gave
j an informal hop Friday evening which
j was greatly enjoyed by the guests
I The Misses Preston entertained
twentyfive ladles at a Kensington tea
I I Monday afternoon which was greatly
enjoyed by all present
I Mrs W P Lynn entertained the Al
I cott club Tuesday evening
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I Mrs F J Fabian entertained a few
of the younger set at cards Friday
evening in honor of Miss Janet Rogers
and MIss Mildred Lomax of Omaha
Mrs Gilmer leaves this week for Da
kota
Mrs William Jennings returned from
I Brighten yesterday morning
I Mr Dick Sprague has just returned
from a two weeks hunting trip in
j I I Ta sons Hole
11 1 i Mrs Benson and daughter Wendella
twill soon leave for Brighton where they
wilf spend a few weeks
CO
II Mr James Clarey of Omaha is in
the city visiting Mr Frank B Stevens
I Mrs Isaac Jennings and family left
for Brighton this morning
II I I Colonel Clayton took a party of
i friends out to Garfield to see the Mi
I kado Tuesday evening in Mr J H
i Youngs private car
1 Dr E A Trlpp and a number of
friends are spending a few days fish
I ing in East Canyon
I
i The Hampton cottage at Brighton is
occupied by the families of Mr George
I T Odell and Major Bird
I Mrs M J Gray has gone to Hobble
I Creek for a week
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j Mrs Leonard who has been visiting
Judge and Mrs McDowall leaves for
her home in Pueblo tomorrow
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Mrs S J Kenyan left last Wednes
day for her camp in Brighton
Mrs John Groesbeck and Mrs Mar
garet Clawson have gone to Soda
Springs
Miss Kate Parsons has returned from
St Louis
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Mr Spencer Clawson and Professor
George Marshall are occupying the
Karrick cottage at Brighton
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I Mrs W J Browning and son are at
Farmingfon
I Mrs McVivker left for Wasatah Fri
I day
Mrs William Lee left for her home
in Chicago Wednesday after having
spent a few weeks with Mr and Mrs
Eugene Lewis
Miss Marie Jenkins daughter of the
president of Denver eisteddfod and
Miss Jessie avs are spending the
summer in Salt Lake
The family of Assistant Postmaster
McBride are camping at Brighton
The ladies who have charge of the
Free Kindergarten will give an excur
sion to Garfield on August 4 A very
attractive programme i promised
Mr and Mrs James G McDonald
Mr and Mrs E A Swenson Mr and
Mrs A Schank Mr Delbert Parrat
and Mr Louis Schank are spending
two weeks in the mountains near the
I head waters of the Provo river
Mr and Mrs Thomas Rogers and
Misses Janet and Mamie Rogers of
Omaha are the guests of Mr and Mrs I
F J Fabian
The lawn fete given by Mr and Mrs
George Gannett to the members of the
Christian Science church on Monday
evening was a very successful affair
B c I
Mrs S B Milner entertained at a
thimble bee Thursday afternoon in l
honor of Mrs Campbell A most enjoyable
Campbell
joyable afternoon was spent by the
guests who were Mrs Frank Knox I
Mrs J Tilton Donnellan Mrs Gill S
Peyton Mrs Campbell Mrs W J
Browning Mrs Farnsworth Mrs Ar
cher Mrs Brown Mrs John Milner
cer
and Miss Sayers
Mrs John Reed entertained in her I
most delightful manner a few friends
at tea Wednesday afternoon
Mrs J W Haywood left for Cincin
nati on Thursday last to visit her I
fatherinJaw wood Professor J C Hay I I
a
Judge Houston Stevenson and wife
of St Louis relatives of Hon and Mrs
J R Letcher were visitors in the city
last week Mrs Stevenson is president
of the Missouri State Musical associa
tion and participated in te recent nn
tional music teachers convention at
Denver while the judge when at home
prede over the North St Louis dis
trict court
BRIGrON JVOTES
Pioneer day is always remembered
at Brighton and this year the famous
resort outdid itself to fittingly com
memorate the first Pioneer day under
statehood I was at Brighton that the I
people of Salt Lake were assembled on I
July 21 1857 when the news was con
veyed to President Brigham Young i
that Johnsons army was on its way I
to Utah The tall pIm tree from the
I top of which the stars and stripes
floated on that day has succumbed to
I the snows of many winters and now
lies prostrate on the land of Sir James
H Moyle whose new cottage stands
close by Large as the great trunk
j i of the tree is Mr Moyle expects that
1 it will not last long the decay and the
curiosity of memento seekers combin
ing to diminish it very rapidly
At least two hundred people are lo
cated in Brighton some at the com
modious and wellkept hotel but the I
most toeing occupants of the numerous
cottages and tents that dot all the
beautiful hillsides around Most of the
two hundred assembled at the hotel
at nightfall Friday where the proceed
ings were opened with a salute of
fortynine giant Chinese bombs under
the auspices of Junius F Wells with
Hon Spencer Clawson acting as chief
cannoneer An extra bomb was sent
off in honor of the thirtyninth anni
versary of July 24 1857 There was
then a flag raising on a pole in front
of Mr Wells cottage patriotic cheers
meanwhile rending the air led by
Messrs1 Wells and Clawson and Mr
C H Allen a New York gentleman
who is the guest of Mr and Mrs
W3ls The event of the occasion was
of course the annual grand ball in the
diningroom of the hotel where eight
sets can dance with ease The room
had been beautifully decorated with
mountain flowers by Miss Louise Odell
Miss Leatham Miss Kenyon Miss
Bird Miss Godbe and Miss
1ss Gdbe 1Iss Wright
The orchestra consisted of the only I
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original and famous Hy Giles
fished up from some mine in the neigh
borhood whose violin has lost none of
the magic of yore but taken on a new
magc was aided by Hy jr who
scrapes seconds to his fathers lead
with all the gusto in the world Turns
were taken at calling by a gentleman
In a checked shirt and one suspender
from a friendly logging camp and by
Judge Grant Smith The festivities
waxed fast and furious There were
no Loraine Gavottes no Went
worths no Three Steps or any
other of the new fangled notions but
the good old cotillions waltzes and
the Virginia reel succeeded each other
with delirious frequency No attempt
was made by The Herald scribe to
catch the charming costumes of the
night they baffled any attempt at de
scription A pleasant feature of the
I evening was a harmonica solo of a
I wonderful description rendered by a
I young gentleman from a sheep camp
I The dancing lasted till past midnight
and then broke up with many eXpres
sions of delight and thanks to the
Brighton brothers Dan and Tom the
hotel proprietors These gentlemen
with the housekeeper Miss Hendry
did all in their power to make the
ball a success They were aided by
the Misses Howat who kept the bal
rolling most merrily
Moonlight parties nit Lake Mary are
the fad just now Lake Mary under
the rays of a full moon these nights
must be seen it cant be described
George T Odell manager of the
Coop Wagon and Machine company
drove up with Jack Reeves and W J
Romney to spend the holiday In re
turning to town Mr Odell broke the
record He and Mr Reeves left Brigh
ton at 515 a m with < double team
and wagon made the mouth of the
canyon before 7 and landed at the
Coop Wagon and Machine companys
office at just 815 thirty miles eighteen
of which is canyon road in just three
hours Mr Reeves says Odell can give
the U P flyer cards and spades
Among the recent registrations at the
hotel are Mrs Marshall Cushing and
children Washington D C William
Robinson Park City John Cason Salt
Lake P E Stanley Chicago F G
Janncy Salt Lake F B Colton Salt
Lake A B Williams Sanpete F J
Godair Chicago 11 William C Jen
nings Salt Lake H B Jones Daven
port Iowa D Dickinson Milwaukee
E P Gaylcord frS Emma Spencer
Maud Patterson all of Salt Lake D
B Shields and James Shields Park
City R T Savage Salt Lake Z W
Kescel Park City S R Edman Mrs
J 1 Wells Abbe Wells Salt Lake
Francis Poole Evanston Il Lulu
Short A E Knuckey Salt Lake Jo
sephine Scott Mill Creek H J Rom
ney H G Whitney Salt Lake A H
Allen New York Jennie F Wells Hu
go D Wells Salt Lake Mrs R Alf
Irma D Alf Kathleen Anderson Law
rence Anderson Clara Beaumont Col
ton are at the Anderson cottage Spen
cer Clawfeon and family have the KaI
rick lodge James H Moyle and family
I and Mrs Dinwoodey are in the Moyle
two story dwelling just built Mrs El
lerbeck and family and Mr T S
Lewis are in Tom Thumb villa Mr and
Mrs Charles Read and Miss Read are
at their own cottage Frank McBride
and family are at Dan Brightons place
Mrs George T Odell and Camily are at
Camp Roy
The hotel is not yct full but traffic
is increasing steadily
In Womans Realm
In a late number of the UtahnIan was
noticed an illustration of Beauty and
of the
the Beast The expressiveness
comparison Is lost in the desire to res
cue cur Goddess of Liberty from such
companionship Colonel Donan should
not sacrifice beautys innocence upon
the altar of political invective
A number of new books have just
been received by one of our prominent
book sellers The bindings are mostly
in dairty linen which is so appropriate
for summer use Among them was no
ticed Tom Grogan by F Hopkinson
Smith and uA Singular Life by E S
Phelps which two are among the best
sellers Richard Harding Davis new
story Cinderella is well liked
Adam Johnstones Son by F Mar
loin Crawford and A Lady of Qual
ity by Frances Hodson Burnett are
Admir
both receiving much attention
ers off Robert Louis Stevenson will be
glad to know that since his death there
have been two new books of his pub
lished
lshed
The Golden Age by Kenneth Gr
hams is as charming a the name in
dicates Since the death of H L Bun
ner his books seem to have gained
popularity Jersey Street and Jersey
Lane is one of his best
The prettiest of all summer gowns Is
the white one I adapts Itself to all
ages and by exercising a little care in
choosing the material and design it
may be made elaborate enough for
evening wear or simple enough for the
street
Blazer suits made of white pique or
duck are the most popular gowns for
Jake wear
Veils should b worn for all day
functions They give a stylish finish
to the headgear and improve the looks
of the wearer
Black hose and tiles with moderately
pointed shoes and medium heel are
correct with any summer costume
though tan hose and shoes are cooler
and also very stylish with thin street
and house gowns
We hear more of petticoats this sum
mer than we have heard for many
years past Both black and white mo
I reen petticoats in the godet shape are
I muoh worn to keep the dress skirt
i flaring but they are too heavy for
comfort The moired percaline are far
I preferable This is stiff enough to
I stand out well is very light weight
and has the rustle of a silk
Handkerchiefs are very dainty but
they are not as much in evidence as
formerly A welldressed woman
never wears a handkerchief thrust in
her belt or the front of her dress
I Sleeves have grown much smaller
v
The summer skirt is a very sweet
and simple affair reminding one of the
capricious elegance of the sixteenth
century in the coloring of the fabrics
and the cloudlike etherialism of the
effects
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Childrens clothes show no marked
changes Grass linen is more popular
than ever and the child whose ward
robe is complete has a number of lit
tle coats in reefer style They are
made of grassJinen duck figured
cloth or silk to suit the occasion for
which they are Intended
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The most popular material for bath
Ing suits this summer is brilliantine I
is lgh and does not cling to the fig
ure it can also be shaken free of w
ter in less time and with less trouble
than other fabric similarly
any em
ployed
The really dainty woman can now
gratify her most fastidious taste in the
seasons lingerie The scope of indi
vidual taste is in this portion of her
wardrobe quite as large as in other
directions The favorite materials are
fine French percale linen cloth batiste
or lawn The favorite trimmings are
lace in fact this can be safely termed
a lace season so profuse is its use
Point de Paris is most seen although
Valenciennes being the finest and
softest of all washable laces will al
ways be popular
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Hemstitching is much used on dress
ing sacks and skirts
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Every economical woman knows the
value of a millinery box I is here
that all ribbon velvet and lace from
each seasons hat is put after it has II
been cleaned and freshened I is sur
i > w < i
prising how far these bits go towards i
trimming new hats a
Cotton lace or a good quality of silk
lace can easily be cleaned by washing
in warm soapy water and rinsing in
two or three clean waters Dissolve a
little gum arable and add it to the last
rinsing water to give the necessary
stiffness Squeeze the lace as dry as
possible and press fat upon a perfectly
clean window pane I will not need
any ironing and will look fresh and
new
Silk and satin will retain their color I
if washed and rinsed in gasoline When I
perfectly clean hang the goods on the
J Hie until dry thn cover with adamp I
I i cloth and iron I the gasoline is set
aside in a covered vessel a few hours
all the dirt will settle to the bottom
I leaving It clean and ready for use
again
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The New York belles have lately dis I
covered a new remedy for sunburn I
I is nothing more or less than veal cut
lets shaved in very thin slices and laid I
very carefully over the face being kept
I in place by passing narrow tape over i
Ii
them They do not add to the beauty j
I of the wearer but that is unimportant j
as the victim always retires to a dark j I
room for an hour or until the face I
ceases to burn when she bathes it
gently in elder flower water and does
not again that day expose her face to
the sun This cure is said to be effec
tual
I
Stains upon marble and grease spots
upon carpets and other woolens may
all be removed by the magical cleaning
agent called Fullers earth to remove
a grease spot mix with boiling water
I a paste of magnesia and Fullers earth
combined in equal parts then apply
this and let dry When it is hard brush
i the powder away and the grease will
have disappeared Fullers earth and
I benzine will take stains from marble
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I Sandwiches are once more in fashion
Though they 10 longer resemble the
I slices of bread with ham or beef be
tween that have all tired
I twe we grown so tred
of in the past The sandwich of today
is a very dainty affair I may be made
either of brown bread or white The
bread should be at least twelve hours
old and close grained Spread each
I slice lightly and evenly with butter or
mayonnaise dressing as desired be
I fore cutting from the loaf Lay a slice I
on a flat surface and spread with the I
I sandwich mixture over this place an
other spread slice of bread and press
I them together with a broad bladed
knife The ymay be cut im any shaps
II desired or into squares large enough
to roll
I To make chicken sandwiches chop
the white meat of cold boiled chicken
I very fine and mix wit hit enough high I
ly seasoned mayonnaise to make paste
Add to this a few chopped olives and I
spread between buttered slices of bread
An appetizing sandwich is made of I
I lettuce leaves Cut the bread very
thin spread thickly with mayonnaise
dressing an l lay white crisp lettuce I
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leaves on the dressing between the
j I dices pressing them firmly together I
Watercress may be used the same way
I A sandwich that men are fond of is I
made of rare roast beef chopped very
I
fine and to one cupful of meat add I
onefourth of a teaspoonful of salt one
teaspoonful of tomato catsup and the
same amount of Worcestershire sauce
and of melted butter Stir until well
mixed and spread on thin slices of
bread >
OGDE SOCIETY
To get out of town seems to be the
ruling thought in most social move
ments nowadays and nowanights Ex
cursions to Observatory peak via Ma
lans heights are extremely popular
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MENS SUITS
Mens Clay Worsted dress suits
frock or sack coat regular 15
This week 1175
Mens Fancy Cheviot suits light
colors Regular i15 for 1100
Mens fine Light Cassimere suits
Regular 20 This week1475
Mens all wool suits in Cheviots
latest patterns 50 to select
from All our 1000 1100
and 1200 suits To go this
week at 875
Mens aU wool suits regular 9
this week at 720
Mens Gray Cassimere business
suits regular 6 at 410
Our Tuesdays Special will be
a hummer I
MENS PANTS
Mens fine Worsted Dress Pants
worth 550 at 425
I Mens fine Worsted Dress Pants
regular 450 at 325
Mens strictly all wool pants neat
pwtterns regular 350 at225
Mens all wool Cheviot Working I
I pants regular 250 at 200
Mens Heavy Cassiinerc Working I
I pants regular 175 at 120
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YOUTHS CLOTHING
Youths suits neat gray mixtures
14 to 19 years regular 450
at 310
Youths all wool suits 14 to 19
years regular 600 at 425
Youths Black Clay Worsted suits
14 to 19 years regular 900
at 675
Youths fine Black Dress suits 14 I
to 19 years regular 1500
at r j 1225
Our Wednesdays Special will
bring us trade from all over
Utah
Still Further Cuts in
SHIRT WAISTS
Four Big Tables
15 Cents9
33 Cents
68 Cents
102
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There is now stationed near the old
I signal service quarters a corps en I
gaged in the work of the geodetic sur
vey They have with them all the in
struments necessary for their jyork
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and will remain on the peak until I
I August 1 Among their instruments is
a telescope of great power by which
they can read the signs over the places I
of business and see the people as they
pass along the streets They have also I
in daily operation a heliograph by the I
use of which they are able t communi I
cate with other stations at distant
points Visitors are cordially treated I
by them On Pioneer day excursionists
built a huge fire on the very top of the
peak I was a unique sight for hours I
and appeared to be a fire In > midair
Visitors to the canyons to the springs j I
and lake are more numerous I
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B H Fisher and wife are out for a
camping trip of a month and a jolly
party is with them
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Miss Pearl Snyder visited in Salt
Lake during lat week
Prof and Mrs Steward of Salt Lake
spent most of the week in Ogden Prof
Steward is engaged with the summer
school work
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Mr and Mrs Alfred Berrett enter
tained a number of friends last week
on the occasion of the twentieth anni
versary of their wedding
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Miss Creighton is expected back soon
from her sojourn in Denver
J 11 Adams has returned to Ogden
after completing the Ann Arbor law
course He spent some time visiting
his old home in Missouri after the
close of his college year He has hosts
of friends here who hope he may lo
cate in Ogden a
Mrs Wenner and a party of eight arts
encamped on Wenner island
O A Kennedy returned early in the
week from the neighborhood of Brig
ham city where he had been collecting
specimens for Columbia college
Wednesday forenoon the Morning
Card club were the guests of lrS
George H Matson Those present were
Mesdames John D Gill Frederick Bick
ford 1 Lester Reynolds George Mat
son E E Stewart A W Somerfield I
Isaac N Price W R Williams D
Golding Misses Eva Kuhn Minnie
KieseJ Josie Kimball Nellie Moore of I i
Omaha Helen Maginnis of Kanesville
Ohio Ices were served during the pro
gress of the games The prize a beau
I
tifully bound volume of George Elli I
otts Romola was won by Miss
Moore of Omaha who is the guest of
Mrs Frederick Bickford I
A merry picnic party went to the
Springs Wednesday night In the
crowd were Messrs and Mesdames I
John Herrick Joe Ledwidge C D Re
val S J Stevens and W H West I
J P Bay and wife have returned to
Laramle after a sojourn at the Utah
hot springs
Mr and Mrs E W Matson have
been entertaining Mr and Mrs John
A Parker of Salt Lake
j
The Misses Nellie and Kittie Fitz
gerald were the guests of Mrs Toombs
of Bonneville last week
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Mrs Bickford will entertain the I
Morning Card club next Wednesday
Among those who went up to Ob
servtartory peak last Sunday were Mr I
and Mrs Daniel Hamer Angus T
Wright B H Goddard T C Morris I
and George Bent On Saturday even
ing a party of six including their
ladies walked to Malans tram Ogden I
and stayed over night and started for
the peak early on Sunday morning
returning in the evening and walking
thence down the mountain to their
I homes
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Mrs O A Brown of Salt Lake vis
ited Mrs A P Hall Wednesday last
Mr and Mrs Frankel are visiting Mr
and Mrs Ad Kuhn
Miss Juliette Marks visited in Salt
Lake during the week I
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Misses Nelly and Maud Wintle en 1
tertained a number of their friends
Monday in honor of both their birth
days The entertaining features were
a delightful intermingling of indoor
and outdoor features
Wednesday Miss Ray MiOdleton
entertained at the home of her
brother on West Twentyfirst
street The rain prevented the
intended lawn fete but the fun was
had indoors just the same Squire tJoop
and Miss Ruth Moench each gave se
lections Messrs Coop and Dalton gave
I a duet Miss Middletons guests were
Messrs and Mesdames F and C F
Middleton Misses Ruth and Laura
Moench Minnie Browning Julia and I
Emma Wright Anna English Zina I
i Middleton Messrs Coop Fred Dalton
James and John Burch
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Mrs Downey and Miss Smith will be
entertained by Miss Ida Smith of West
Weber
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The Tennis club is steadily growing
in numbers Almost every week both
the courts in Liberty park are in use
while large crowds of spectators watch
the game with much zest
I
From head to foot you feel the good
thats done by Dr Pierces Golden
Medical Discovery It purifies the
blood it cleanses repairs and invigor
I ates the whole system In recovering
from grip or in convalescence from
pneumonia fevers or other wasting
diseases nothing can equal It as an ap
petizing restorative tonic to build up
needed flesh and strength It rouses
every organ into natural action pro
motes all the bodily functions and re
stores health and vigor For every dis
ease that comes from a torpid liver or
I impure blood dyspepsia indigestion
biliousness and the most stubborn skin
scalp or scrofulous affections the Dis
covery is the only remedy so certain
that It could be and was for yearn sold
under a positive guarantee of giving
satisfaction in every case or money
would be refunded
Knclilcno Arntcn Salve
Th best salve In the world or Cuts
Bruise Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum
lever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and all Skin erup
tions and positively cures PlIes or no
Pay required It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents per box Fore sale by
Z C IT I drug department
When we consider that the Intestines
are about five times as long as the
body we can realize the intense suf
fering experienced when they become
inflamed DeWitts Colic Cholera
Cure subdues inflammation at once
and completey moves the difficulty
NeldenJudson Drug Co
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We are satisfied from the patronage of last
week that we have the nndivided friendship of the
ladies This week we want to get a little closer to
the MEN and we know that these prices will do itI I
In our Mens Department we have a great treat for
you Nothing has been spared The knife has been I
I stuck in deep with only one objectto move the
goods out of the house This is all for your benefit
Read this carefully bear each item well in mind
make the chain of
every one is a link that will big
friendship J I
MENS SHIRTS I lIENS HOSE
Mens negligee shirts worth Mens mixed cotton hose worth
150 to be closed out at 110 15c 4 pairs for 25c
front Percale shirts Mens cotton hose fast black or
Mens pleated
tans worth 20c 2 pairs for 25c
2 collars and 1 pair link suffs
175 at 120 Mens fine cottcci hose black or
regular Hans worth 35c at 20c or3
Mens heavy Cheviot Working pair for 50c
shirts worth 75c at 45o
25 doz patch bosom unlaundried
MENS HATS
shirts very latest styles and
patterns at 45c Mens Fedora hats blacks
20 dozen white shirts Wilson browns and mouse regular
Bros make These goods are 175 at 120
slightly soiled They sell all the Mens straw hats fine make regu I
world over ait 150 We will lar 150 and 175 at 93c
clean them out at 98c Mens straw hats regular 75c at 45c
Our Thursdays Special will be Our Fridays Special will be
a moneymaker for you a hummer
OUR GREAT MONDAY SPECIAL
a Ladies Oxfords in
I I Tans and Blacks Point
i and Square Toe all sizes
for Monday only
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will make the hair
beautiful glcssy and
P natural no ma ter uw
t streaky Bleached on
4 Gray it may be
p lt is clean odorless
1I1 lasting It does not
ft I contain an atom ot
L1 poisonous matter Turk
q lib Russian or sea
batflis do not affect It
j i4 neither does curling1 or
Q r criiriplng Incomparable
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f and cleanliness
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No 5 Light
ChStnut J > 4 i
No 6Gold Blonde No 7 ti
1 Drab or Blonde Cendree r
Price SLIP and 5300
Solo Alatuhfaoturors and Patentees
i Imperial Chem Mfg Co 292 Fifth aye
N Y In Salt Lake city sold by all drub
gists and hair dealers At wholesale ana
j retail by Seholtz Drug Co Denver Colo
Reduced Prices
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1 or Tribunes 8500 each
Come and secure a bargain W must
i close our stock of wheels sweaters and
cycle suits at cost
I I WHY DOfiT YOU 60 FISHING
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It will make of you a better liar than
1 anything else we know of Com bujc
I some of our fine tackle and try It To
be a good liar is equal to being a gold
bug
Browning Bros
155 Main street Salt ake City Utah
2461 Washington Avenue Osden Ut t
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25 dozen de Jolnville ties silk
all the late patterns regular 65
and 75c goods aft 39c
50 dozen light patterns in teck
and fourinhand worth 50c at221fc
Mens black silk or satin tec s
and fourinhands worth 50c
at 25c
Mens pique ties tecks and four
inhands regular 25c your
choice 2 for 25c
BOYS CLOTHING
Childs Junior suits all wool 3
ito 8 years neat brown mixtures
fancy braid trimmed regular t
500 for 375
Childs Junior suits blue
s serge I
fancy braid trimmed 3 to 8
years regular 575 at 450
CMlds Junior suits light colors
all wool 3 to 8 years regular
350 wt 200
Childs Junior suits all wool dark
colors sizes 3 to 8 years regu
lar 200 for 125
Childs Junior suits all wool sizes
3 to 8 years regular 300 at195
Boys suits 4 to 14 years just
the thing for school suits in
neat grey mixtures worth
225 at 140
Boys suits neat grey mixtures
4 to 14 years regular 400
for 275
Boys all wool suits blue black
or grey 4 to 14 years regular
325 at 235
Boys combination suits extra
pair pants and cap worth
300 for 210
Boys combination suits all wool
neat grey mixtures extra pair
of pants and cap 4 to 14 years
regular 450 at 275
I ys strictly all wool combinathn
sutfs 4 to 14 years regular
500 ait 390
Boys fine combination suits extra
pants and cap 4 to 14 years
regular 6OO at 495
Boys dress suits black Clay Wor
sted 4 to 14 years regular
800 at 550
Boys Wash Coats and Vests
sizes 14 to 18 years worth
100 at 35c
Boys light flannel Coats and
Vests worth 200 rut 95c
Mens summer Vests white duck
and neat patterns worth 150
at 85c
Mens summer underwear bal
briggan in natural and fancy
colors worth 125 a suit per
garment 37c
CHILDRENS WAISTS
Ohilds blouse waists fine white
embroidered regular price
150 to close at 115
Childs fancy colored blouse
Waists regular 100 at 69c
Childs white and fancy colored
blouse waists regular 50c goods
at 35c
20 dozen boys outing flannel
mothers friend shirt waists 4
to 14 years regular COo at 39c
E Sc W celebrated linen collars
a little soiled worth 25c must
get rid of them at C for 25c
Watch Out for Our Big
SATURDAY SPECIAL
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