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r THE SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY EDNESDAcY MARCH 1 1905
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A BUSINESS PROPOSITION PROPOSITIONA
A T THE MEETING of the city coun council counell ¬
3 ell Monday night Curing an ar argument argument ¬
gument regarding the placing on file flicc filethe
c f the application of the Utah Light LightHallway LigltHallway LightJtaIlay
Hallway company for a fifty years yearst yearsxten
t xtension xten ioD of Its franchise frJU1chiseCdu Councilman CouncilmanWells COulWiImanVells fih an i iVens
Wells who seems to have constituted constitutedhimself coustftutedhimself I Ihimsel5
himself himsel5 the champion of the corpora corporation corporatJO corporatior4aid ¬
tion tJO tior4aid fcaid aid The Utah Light Rail Railv RaililY
v ay company is one of the big tax taxfayprs taxi
fayprs i 1l t rS of the city it is a home in institution institution ¬
stitution and it is entitled to o courteous courteoustreatment courteoustreatment courteoustreatment
treatment at the thehands hands of ot this coun councii c n nii
cii ci ii V VIn
In the first firs place the fact that the theItab thetah
Itab tah Light Railway company Is a ahravy aray
ray taxpayer though th ugh it docs not notray notray
ray taxes n proportion to the value valueof
of I Its holdings does not entitle it to toity toII
ity II more consideration at the hands handsthe handsf
< > f the th council than the humblest citi citizfn citiofn citiz
zfn z n should receive In the second seaondplacethl seaondplace place placethp
thp hr > nature of the
corporations de demand den4 dedeprives ¬
mand n4 deprives it of any ny rights it may mayJiavc mayhlVC
Jiavc i ave had to courteous treatment Let LetUP ct ctu
UP u 1 submit a plain business proposition propositiont
t the council councilLet counellLet councilLet
Let us suppose for Instance that thatMr thatIr
Mr Ir Wells seated seated in his office not as ascouncilman ast
t councilman but as a business man manhas manlas
has something which he knows to be beorth peorth
orth in the neighborhood of 52000000 52000000ho 2000000rrhe
rrhe ho door opens and a prosperous look looking lookJi ¬
ing 1JI Ji citizen walks In He introduces introducesJitmself introducesltmself
Jitmself and then plunges at once into intomething iqtoE
E C mething like this thisMr this1lr
Mr Wells yc yqu u have haycln In your our posses possosron possesIon possesFQfl
ron an artiolc that is worth to me meSlOOOooo meOOOooo meoooooo
SlOOOooo OOOooo Now NowI I have here jn Jnmj n my my1octet
1octet 1 > cket a simple little thing of no noulue 110dlue
dine particularly to you but b t I be beive beI
ive I e it to bevortn be bew wortli rtli SlddOOO I propose proposeto ptoposc ptoposcto
to trade it to you ou though you will willj il1 il1J
J j 11 I obably find that it is Is worthless for forf forT forIrr
T f > ar purposes for your our 2000000 ar artiIP art
tiIP tiIPVould t ide 1e
Would ould not the theftr frrst lrit impulse of Mr MrVclls MrelLs Mreus
Vclls elLs suave courteous gentlemanly gentlemanlyTJ3 gentle anh anht
TJ3 t jtjquh itlJ Uiqugli ush he Is beto be to kick that thatTosperous tl1a t tpprous
Tosperous pprous looking citizen out oui of his hisnice hisme
nice Would he as a n private man of ofBusiness ofu ofwIness
Business u lness entertain the proposition for foriu forIA
iu 11 Instant Would he not immediate immediatcK
K cay aY Why Vh the Idea is absurd It Itriot Itno Itno
> riot no worth worthconsUering considering My ly answer answeris
is i no 2 Of course Mr Wells Vells private privatei privateislness
i uslness man would do that th t very verything verythjJg verythwg
thing Why should he not be as care careful carefJl ¬
fut of 0 the citys interests as of his hisn hishy hisWhy
c wn n
wnWhy
Why hy should not all of the members membersc
c f 1 the city council give ghcto to the citys citystusiness cityshuginess citstusiness
tusiness the same careful thought thoughtfthey thoughtthey
ithe fthey they would devote to their personal personalfarairs personaliaffairs
farairs affairs Have the th < < 1 people no rights rightsv rights1hIch rightsvhlth
1hIch v hlcb their servan servants s are bound to re reiP rej reThe
iP j > J1tt ct The motion to file the applica application applicnIholl ¬
tion of the Utah tah Light Railway Railwayjcompany RaIIWllYcnmpany Railwayompany
jcompany cnmpany should have prevailed The Thea Tl1ead Theat
a ad < t that It did not leads to the con confusion conr conr4J
r r4J fusion that the councilmen may be ber
I r rparin < naiInfe to so far forget themselves themselvesr
< r to monstrously betray the interests intereststhey inte Intereststhey ts tsth1
they have wom wo to safeguard safeguardNEGROES snfeg safeguardNEGROES nrd nrdNEGROES
NEGROES AT ATTHE THE BALI BALISPECIAL BALISPECIAL BALLPt
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Pt SPECIAL WASHINGTON V ASH NGTON dis dispatch dlspatch ¬
1 patch says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The negroes of this city arguing arguingthat arguingh4t
h4t 1 President Roosevelt meant what whati whatsaId
i lP said when he declared that the thelofor theolor
lofor line Hn must not be bedrnwn drawn at the theInaugural theinaugural theInaugura
Inaugural Inaugura ball are planning pl nnlng a sortie sortieon sortie sortieIn
on In that spectacular function The TheB TheWomeu Thetvomeml
Womeu B tvomeml v omen are going to wear wo their gaudi gaudiest gaudlst gautilcst ¬
est st gowns and the men are to be bedrrked bedf bediked
drrked df > k > d out in fall evening regalia regaliaMany regaliaMtny
Many 1 ln negroes have alrcSdy 1rerd purchased purchasedt purchasedtfkts
t tfkts < k k4ts < ts and more will be in ftne 1ne when whenth whenth whenthc
th thc event Is at hand handTh handTh handTht
Th dispatch does nqt state st te whether whethernr ivhethetiot
nr H rot the president will permit the theInaugural theinaugural theinaugural
Inaugural ball committee to pass a aruir aTlJlf arit
ruir TlJlf rit > requiring the colored guests to toIhTk toShrk to1zrck
IhTk 1zrck their th > Ir razors at the door oor It is isnot Is110t hnot
not supposed for an instant however howeverthat howeerl1at howeverlist
that such a rule will wmbe be permitted permittedTb
Tb r chief executive himself has said saidthat saIdthat saIdthat
that the door of opportunity must mustnot mustnot niusinot
not be closed to any man on account accountof accouuof
of his color colorThe colorThe colorThe
The ball room door doormnust must also swing swingwide swingwIde swin8wide
wide open By all means let the ne nesro negropg
sro gropg < > s have their good time They are arerjtlzens afft1 afft1cJtIzens ai airitlzens
rjtlzens of the United States and near nearly nearh nearly ¬
ly h all of them are Republicans If Iftlioy Itthpy ii iit1iy
tlioy are < willlng to pay for tickets to tothe tQthe
the Inauguralball In they should not not be bedenied bedrIlled 6 6drrmled
denied the privilege Meanwhile all allth aUth at atth
th < > country outside of Wa iVoshingtoyiIl VAShingto1 VAShingto1Ylll shingtoji shingtojiv
v Ylll ill be pardoned < 1 If It does not hot resist resisttlie resIsttIle reIs1the
tIle temptation to smile smlIcnudfbly smlIcnudfblyA audibly audiblyA
A WISE ACTION ACTIONCONGRATULATE ACTIONrxT
rxT CONGRATULATE CONGRATUL TE the Utah UtahVT UtahVy tJtaiVT 1
VT house of representatives oit o its itswisdom itsIsdom 1t S SIsdom
Isdom in defeating an amendment to toa toa t ta
a pending measure whloh if adopted adoptedvould adoptedould
vould ould have made the state board of ofequalization ofcuaUzation o oelua1iti0fl f
equalization a a strictly partisan partJsanaftair partJsanaftairT affair affairThe
The T e law provides provld s that at least one of ofthe otthe o f
v the three members of the board shall shallbe I
be of a different political faith fromthp from fromJhR I
I JhR ho other two vo Ever since the first firstgovernment firstgovernment firs t
firse
government was wa organized thg th Value Valueof v tIu tIuof lue lueor e
of an active minority has ha been l n leroIZ leroIZn1zed rccog rccognized T Tited
nized
Wherever Wh rever there th re have 1iiv1 lien en stivern stivernments1 v vents r rJT1e
ments1 JT1e mn mno ents t entirely by bz one partytpcby1biie partytpcby1biieorganization p partym ir or n nora l one onerganjztIop
organization ora o fz tlgn the r rcspIts siults JJJJ iiavev hac Ul been beengraft b benraft en engraft
graft g raft and art corruption coIrun ion andfraud and fraud With Witha Withwath
a watchful wat wath bfulmlnorit l minority altvays present presentthe prescntthe presenthe
the t at he possibilitiesof ioss1biIItIes ot frapd are reduced reducedto educedto
to t o a minimum It is i true thattthe tba the ma maicrity ma1CrUy macrity
tj
icrity j can canpass pass > a obnoxious measures mea5 resJ It Itcan Itan
can c an vote money m < Qey to Itsfavorites Its ta orltes and nd it itcan Itcan
can c an maintain a aruInous ruinous policyBut policyButthe policy But Butthe
the mlnoritj mnori may be depended upon upontq UI1ontQ
tq t Q keep the people informed h1 I obned and andsooner andsQoner andOOflCr
sooner sQoner S or later the corrupt corrupt majority majorityla majorItylaturned majorityeturned
la laturned l turned out of office oflloeWe officeWe officewe
We do not charge that if all the theVarious thevatlous thearious
Various st arious boards of the state shoulbV shotil be become bec ¬
come c m strictly alrfct y partisan tin n era of cor corruption cqrrupUon co couption ¬
ruption r would bo bl inaugurated iuaug rated We do dosay doSa doay
say Sa s ay that the temptation t mpt tiottto to corruption corruptionwould corruptlonwoulJI corruptionouIl
would w ouIl be vastly valitJ greater than if the theminority themln theinority
minority mln m rlty represeritalon r rreeitn1on pres ntalon Is continued continuedArid continuedd continuedtmid
Arid d there is another feature that thatsnems
seems s to us to be worth considering consideringThere consid considOringhere rInS rInSThere
There T here should be no partisanship intthe inttheadmiQislration in the theadministration
administration a of a public trust trusti trustNo
i No siijgje party part In this state pays paysall paysal
all al a fl the taxes or contains contains all of the thegood thegood theood
good g ood citizens If one side s se 4e is tohave tohaveno to O have havenc
no r io voice olee in the government it should shouldnot shouldnot hou1Uot
not n ot be required to contribute to the thesupport thesupport theupport
support s of the government g ernm nt We be beUeve beHee beleve
Ueve I thoroughly In the principle prJnciplethat prJnciplethatthe that thatthe thathe
the t he majority should rule In all first firstclass firstclaqg
tc
class c governments it Is the majorityhat majoritythat
that t rules But that In no way wa elimi eliminates eUminate5 elimiatemg ¬
nates n the theory that the minority minorityshould minorityshould minorityhould
should s have representation representationCLEWS representationc representationCLEWSON
c 1If 1IfCLEWSON
CLEWS CLEWSON ON RATEMAKING RATEMAKINGso R RATEMAKINGnun TEMAKINGoJ
oJ
Qun nun OLD FRIEND Henry Clews is
1 so o averseto averse 1 rsc to to the notion that the theinterstate thehterslnle therterstate
interstate i commerce commission commissionshould commissionsho commissionhould
should sho S la have the thft thpower powcr > ower to fix railroad railroadrates railroadrates railroadates
rates r that he has sent out a letter on onthe onthe onthe
the subject bject Among other things Mr MrClews Mrlown Ir IrClews
Clews C lown says sa saysPzobably S SPJ i iProbably
Probably PJ ob bl the most serious thing thingtbat thlngt1at thinghat
hat t could now happen to the rail railroad railrad ¬
road r interests jnt le ts would be the passage of ofa ota ofratemakihg
a ratemaking bill Then he adds addsSuch addsfiuch dds
Such an enactment would be an en endividual
c by the government upon 1n 1ndlIdual
dividual d rights rightsNo rightsNo
No commission that can be organized organizedwould orsanlzedwould organizedould
would w ould be competent to deal with such a avast avast aast
vast v ast and complicated piece of work workIt workIt
It might as logically IQIHo lI attempt to fix fixhe ix ixthe
the t he price of bdtter and eggs cstrsOur eg eggsOur
Our railroads nay about SOCOO goomoo < JOM a ayear aticgrt aear
year y ear in wages wae Should I the government governmentupon r
ticgrt r yr 1 the rats r8Lihe the 1 loss would Vo d 1 fall chiefly chieflypon brret brretupon
upon u pon labor laborAnother laborAnother laborAnother
Another class would suffer under such sucha suchpolicy
a policy millions of stockholders stockholdersYet stockholdersYet
Yet Mr Clews believes It is all right rightfor rIghtfor rightor
for f or the secretary secretar of the United States Statestreasury Statestreasury Statesreasury
treasury t reasury to t come to the aid of Wall Wallstreet Walltreet Vallstreet
street s stock gamblers when they are areabout areabout arebout
about a to be pinched by their compatri compatriots ¬
ots e ta Hasnt the man who Jias has the theother theother thether
other o fellow in a orner the = individ individual individst ndlvidua ¬
ual ua u st right to squeeze out of him the thelust theIn theast
lust In l t dollar possible Does not the thegovernment theguernment theuernment
government g encroach encroach on those rights rightswhen rightswhen rightswhen
when it prevents the squeeze squeezeIf
If a great trust should shouldcorneral1 shouldcorneral1the corner all allthe allhe
the t he butter and eggs In the country countryand countryand countrynd
and a nd attempt to sell them at exorbitant exorbitantrates exorbitantIates exorbitantates
rates r wtevhave no hesitation 1esit UorL in expre expni expning s sfng s sfOg
fOg i ng t1 the e belief that the 1overnm government governmentwould governmentwould nt ntwould
would be right if stepped in and fixed llxedthe Thcedthe fixedthe
the price of butter and eggs And the theonly theonly thenly
only o nly railroad bill that has been seri seriously seriously scriusl3r ¬
ously o considered provides merely merel that that thathe thatthe
the he Interstate Interstate commerce commerci commission commis eoumIsionball ion
ball have the power Power tocorrect to c correc rrec1 unr unreason uaoasonibie ¬
reason r blc or unjustly discriminatory discriminatoryrates
rates ra r tes
OUR CREDIT IS GOOD GOODHE GOODTHE GOODTHE
THE THE HE SALE of the water bond issue issueof issueof issueI
I of 1000000 to the Mutual Life In In5urance In Insurance inurance ¬
surance s company company at a premium of oflZlOO
15100 is a matter for congratulation congratulationto
to t o all the people of this city eit The in incident incident incident ¬
cident shows that the credit of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City is very ver high indeed among amonginvestors amonginvestors amongnvestors
investors i Few cities of this size es especially especially espeelally ¬
pecially those having prior p lor bonded bon ed in indebtedness indebtedness indebtedness ¬
debtedness could dispose of such 11ch a alarge alar
large lar l arge e issue of 4 per cent bonds bo ds at atso atsos so sosatisfactory sotisfactory
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satisfactory s a figure figureThere figureThere figureThere
There were financial experts who whosaid whosaid whoaid
said s aid that the city would ould experience experiencegreat experiencegrent experiencegreat
great difficulty dIfficult in selling the bonds bon s at atany atan atany
any an price and that certainly certain less than thanpar thanpar I Ipar
par must be Do accepted The agents agentS of oftha ofthn ofhe
tha t he bond buyers who congregated congr 1at d for forthe forthe foxthe
the issue were of this tht opinion for in inevery Ineor inevery
every eor instance their th ir figures figunswere were be beIdw beldw bedw i
Idw ldw l par It t should be explained how however howecr ¬
ever that these gentlemen buy bu bonds bondsfor boudsfor beaUxfor I
for the purpose of selling them again againand againAnd agalnand
and not to hold as investments investmentsOn
On One o of them is quoted as saying that thatthe thatthe thaithe
the bid of the Mutual Life company companywas companywas coulpanswas I
I
was higher than they expected to re resell resell resell ¬
sell the bonds at That though is ismattrr a amatter i L Latter
matter m atter for conjecture conj cture The Mutual Mutualmay Iutua1may I Imay
may be depended upon to know what whatit I Iit
it Is doing in this matter It wants the thebonds th thbonds thbonds
bonds to hold as an investment and nd it itknows ii iiknows i L Lknows
knows they are as safe as bonds of the thegovernment thegoetnmen th thgovenmeut
government goetnmen t The interest will not notamount notamount t tamount
amount to a great deal de l but it will be besure besure b b2ure
sure and regular regularSome r regularSome gulnr gulnrSome
Some people wilt say that it Is a first firstaltiss firstOhlSS t talass
altiss advertisement for forihe The Mutual to tobuy t tbuy ti tibuy
buy Salt Lake City bonds but butsubmit we wesubmit wi wisubmit
submit that it is I Just as good an ad advertisement advrtlsement ¬
vertisement lor Salt Lake City Cft When Whena Vhena 1
a conservative life insurance company companythat company companythat
that must protect the interests of its itspolicy ItsfJolicy it itrolicy S
policy holders comes to this city for forbonds forbonds fo r rbonds
bonds it is an indication to other in invesTDrs investbrs Investbrs
vestbrs that Salt Lakes securities are areas areas ar S Sgood
as good as minted gold goldWas goldVas goldWns
Was It a case of Te Tetamus morltarlsalu morltarlsalutamus morltarlsalutnmus
tamus with Senator Kearns KearnsIn
r S
In the meanwhile the Japs are mak making making maktog ¬
ing things highly Interesting for Ku Kuropatkin Kuropatkin Kuropatkin
ropatkin along the Shakhe river riverThe river riverThe
The sultan of Turkey has drdered drderedthirty rderedthirty rderei rdereithirty LA
thirty gunboats gunboats He must be prepar preparing preparInS preparIng ¬
ing to defer payment to some of Jiis Jiisnumerous iii lis lisn S SnUmorous
numerous n morous creditors creditorsHowever creditorsR creditorsHowever
R II IIHowever
However there Is nothing in the theproposed theproposed th e epropOsed
proposed new fls fish h and game law to toprevent tonrevent t 0 0prevent
prevent your our friend frqm rQm giving h ingou youa youabrace you a abraee abrace
brace of ducks if he feels so inclined inclinedMr inclinedMr I IMr
Mr Niedrlnghaus who will never neverbo neverbo r rho
bo a senator from Missouri has re released released released ¬
leased his supporters with the under understanding underslanding undostanding ¬
standing that they will never neverOotetor never nevervotef r riotefor
votef Ootetor or R C Kerens As A the tb Kerens Kerensmen Kerensmen i5 i5men
men will never vote for or a candidate candidateselected catJdldatselected C Cselected
selected by b the th e NIedr j Igh ghgn8 ns 8upport 8upportersthe ppurl port porters I Icr5
ithaRP
Bet t tgraceful
ersthe ers the entire Ieghs1 lodo h hgragetul ic icgra
graceful gragetul gra xeful thin thinJFnannls thing by compromlsh1g comjrornIsLng n nFrL nFraunls
JFnannls FrL r R Mnrjon Muon Cpclcrell CQekr 1I
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Lpcbll 1 Q t TI ITY1 ITY1The ry 1 1
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The l e e Salt Lake colony c lQny in Los Angeles Angeleswas Angeleswas
was enterfaclncd last Saturday Saturd y in a aparty aparty aarty
party p by b Mrs J Ross Clark In a a pri private private priate ¬
vate v ate car trip to Riverside dinner dihner1 at atGlenwood atGlen atGlenwood
Glenwood Glen wood tavern and a drive through throughtho throught
tho t he o orange groves Mrs Clkrk was the thehostess thehostess theostess
hostess h ostess and the guests were Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs David Keith Mr Ir and Mrs M H HWalker HVallter HWalker
Walker Mr and Mrs Newell Mr r and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Frank Knox Kno Colonel E F FHolmes FHolmes FHolmes
Holmes Colonel D C Adams C O OWhittemore OWhittemore 0Whlttemore
Whittemore Fisher S Harris and L LH LH LH
H Farnsworth all of Salt Lake Mr MrI 1011and Mrnd
I and a nd Mrs J Will Clawson and Miss MissLouise MissLouise MissLouise
Louise Clawson of San Francisco Mrs MrsH MrsII MrsH
H J Rivers Mrs Garnsey Mrs Mc McMillan MeMilJan McMillan ¬
Millan of Los Angeles and Mr and andMrs andlIrs andMrs
Mrs McDondal of Butte Buttea ButteMr i iMr 1Ir
a
Mr Ir and Mrs Irs J H Moyle entertained entertainedthe
j the t he members of the Auld Lang Syne Syneclub Syneclub Syneclub
club at their home last evening cv nin The Thehours Thehours Thehours
hours were ere spent quite informally informallysome informallysonie informallyothe
some s fine music being furnished and nd an aninteresting aninteresting annteresting
interesting i game played Late In the theevening theevening thevening
evening e a buffet supper was served servedMr servedM
11
Mr M and Mrs John Delano enter entertai entertail enteraiMd
tai t aiMd d at a dinner last 1 < U5t evening in com compliment compliment cornplirnent ¬
pliment to Miss Eleanor Landell Fox Foxof Fo Foof Foxof
of Philadelphia The color used in
decoration was red re carnations carnatIonsnnd carnatIonsnndshades and andshades andshades
shades of that tone being used usedMr uscdMr usedMr
Mr and Mrs A H Peabody Pcabod enter entertained cntermined enteramed ¬
mined t a few friends Saturday Saturd evening eveningat ev ing ingat
at their home homeC
C P Blyth of Evanston has returned
from a n trip to NewYork New York and is with withDr withDr
Dr and Mrs J i T Keith at the theKeith theKeithapartment Keith Keithapartment Keithapartment
apartment house houseMrs house1lrs houseMrs
Mrs Richard Savage will entertain entertainnformally
informally I Friday afternoon afternoonMrs afternoon1Irs afternoonMrs
Mrs J Walcott Thompson will en entertain entertain ¬ i itertain
tertain a few friends at bridge thin aft afternoon afternoon afterimoon ¬
ernoon in her apartments in White Whitchall Whiteball VhltehaH
hall ballMrs it itMrs I I
Mrs Ellsworth Daggett D ggett gives a aAbridge abridg I
Abridge bridg party Thursday afternoon in injcpmpllment IncpmpUment Incpinpllment
jcpmpllment of Mrs Moses Kirkpatrick KirkpatrickMrs
t
Mrs S R Sturgiss of Fort Douglas Douglasgives Douglasrives Douglasgives
gives a luncheon uncheon Friday followed by
bi b1Jdgc bmti1geMiss jdge jdgeMiss
it it1Ilss
Miss Ada Dusenberry Dusenbe of Provo Is Isspending isI ispending
spending s a few days with friends In the thecity thecft
I city cft cftI c ity
1 j
Miss Miriam Nelke N lke will be the guest guestof
I of Mrs E A Wedgwood during her herstay herstay herstay
stay in tho city cityMrs cit cittIrs
C C CMrs
Mrs Waldfogel with her daughter daughterMrs d daughterMrs ughter ughterMrs
Mrs R M Gray Gra and children left leftyesterday leftesterda leftyesterday
yesterday esterda foi Portland Ore which whichwill whIchwill whichwill
will be their future home Mr Gray Graypreceded Graypreceded Graypreceded
preceded them three weeks weeksMrs weeksC weeksMrs eelts eeltslrs
C
Mrs lrs William V lliam A Wetzell is preparing preparingan
an opera to be given some time in the thespring thespring thespring
spring called The Crowning of the
Gypsy Queen The play will require requirea
a large number of singers and is said
to be filled with good music and clever cleversituations cleversituat1on cleversituat1on
situat1on situationsMiss situat1onMiss
4 41Iss
Miss 1Iss Nellie Pearsall Pearsall has returned
from a visit 1I isit jt o 01 three weeks with
friends in Butte
41 ft ft ftDr aDr L
Dr and Mrs G B Pfoutz will enter entertain entertaftl entertam ¬
tain tam some friends at a dancing party
tomorrow tom rrow evening eveningYoung evenl eveningMrs
Mrs LeGrand Yeung and tIle Misses Missesoung Missesoung I
Young oung will entertain tomorrow tomorr w after afternoon at atnoon afternoon
noon in honor ofMrs o Irs Joseph H Young YounSwho Youngwho
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