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THE StliJT LAKE HERALD ITIl1tSDAY JL JtNE E 22 219O5 1905
T TflSMMAKIIRU TflSMMAKIIRUPublished SALT LAKf RALD RALDPubJished
Published Every Day In the Year YearBY YearBY
BY THE HERALD COMPANY COMPANYTerms COMPANYTerms
Terms of Subscription SubscriptionDAILY SubscriPti0DAILY
DAILY AND SUNDAyQ e month monthcentJ 8 8t
t cents three months 2i i one year r iJ iJSU
J SU SLNDAYOT NDA Y One year Ool OolSEMIWEEKLY1n
SEMIWEEKLY1n advancO one oneJear OU OUar
Jear ar V50 J50 six months ceut ceuto
o E Eastern stern Offices W V J Morton In Inttargel50 InCLarge5o
ttargel50 Nassau Street treet New York 8i 8iW 7 7aShtflgtOn
W 19hlngton < Street CJtlcago CJtlcagoSubscribers CkIc8 CkIc8SUbsctjbeiwishtng
Subscribers SUbsctjbeiwishtng wishing addretiS addre or paper papercnanged papereflanged
cnanged must give former is well as asrT as2T
rT sent sentAI address addressA
A AI 11 I1apcrs are re couUaued until explIcit explIcitOrdr explicitI
I Ordr Is received to dl 4I8COfltIflU eontinue AU M1reanigs ar ar1ta3S8
1ta3S8 must be paid ta eve eveto everY 00 00I
I to Hr d lfted at these thesopYa thesea
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tW York YorkWaIdriAstOCa YorkWaIdriAstOCatonYoungs VaJd rfA3toria Imperial ImperialrJtonYoungs
rJtonYoungs tonYoungs Betel BeteliIago
AMortum AKorsmKansas ai n 1
11 iIago TJ The
11 IISe IISeIansas
Kansas CityCoates HOtNte HOtNteOmahatlllard Hou HouomahaMillard
Omahatlllard Hotel GIob lobe Nows GWS Co ColD Colcgeath
lcgeath Stationery e Co CoDenverBrown <
lD DenverBrown p Paaee r ce IIamllton IIamlltonl iIam11thiLfrkk
l nlrltk Pratt BoOk Store Storen
n Francisc9Pa1ace Hotetu1 Uotel nud nudatly II n nY
Y atiy cor Market and KearRoy iiey StJ StJr S3Pviland
r Pviland tIand OrePortlanJ Hotel HotelliI
i liI Angefo AngeIoO1tver Oltver HaiRe HaiRellrneapolls 11a116Sk1
llrneapolls k1 TheapollsWest t lime limet
t LouisThe Planttrs The South1n1 South1n1BOWENLOOMIS S0Uthe1flROWENLOOMIS
BOWENLOOMIS CONTROVERSY CONTROVERSYFormer CONTROVERSYFormer
Former Minister 4nier HerbErt W now lowens lowensCgrae ens ensL
L Cgrae aee again IIIU6tratOS the folly of of1HPprrlng ofpTeferrlng
1HPprrlng Erovs charges against a arllt aS a1u
S rllt 1u without betn being in poMeS8 poesion on of off offSt
f fSt t9 t to subslmUate the the2l atCusaUons atCusaUonsM
M BowfIs o oRefle < < conkttcd of oft
c t trg rg t th t js4stant ssl tarit S4 tretary Seeretaryte > or orf
f < t te < Fr FrancIs ncis B Loomis who no precede preceded2L
2L 1 Bowen as s minister to venezueHil Venezuel VenezuelI
I 1 u used his postlI8tt a8 the diplomatic I
United States to toaile toIiIe
1 v 1csenttive pntati oC the
Interests In r rig rI
aile IiIe > his hI IMlvate sec
ig I g privileges for the asphalt Cl1Jpany Cl1JpanyIratlng
4 Iratlng in Venezuela From the re rec ret
c t in the case It appears that lIr lIrr Mrr
r P11 1I0t only mde his char ehargs per perally perally
ally but eeured ure < < their publication Ublication in ina ina
a W York paper JtiperIr paperirs
Ir Loomi juc1g from the find findi
i Ps had In fact some buslnese trans transi1IS traiisiThs
i1IS with the company but tb te teI ieI
I rt t does not in iniI1eate ieate any an improper use usecf
cf 4 hi otlkial poti poeltiosi tktn in thAt oennec oennect oennet oennetI
t i The fact that he had tbCiUl theedeaI theedeaII deal deall
l s with the comlMtny comIN ly i Jurwever hoWever suf
11 a rit lit j1stitkaUon for the strictures stricturesI stricturesupon
I Hfd upon him by Secretary TaCts TaCtsr
r p 1 rt and should serve rve as 1 a warnin warninto Warning Warningto
to othrr foret foreign n representatives of the theb thes
b CrnmenL CrnmenLTh crnmentTh
Th whole affair constitutes a scandal scandalPat scandalt
Pat t it will jIJ not soon De forgotten but will willr
r fit b Fm wholly bad J If it leads to sweep sweepg
g reforms in our manner oC treating treatingt1l
5th t1l South America countries Our Ourlllngs Ourt2
t2 lllngs with these countr countries s during duringr
r 1t years arc oven to more than a asU9pidon asuspicion
suspicion of unfairness and pO possibly 5ibly 5ibly1f
1f 1 i exposures xpo ure in the preeent cane will willr
r Hilt ult in It chan changed ed policy At least leastt leastease
t ease a e will have a tendency to make maker
11 1 i more careful not merely in regard regardt
t fhlir charges but in regard to their theirlduCt theirt
t V duet while holding o oflier ite since sincenmis sinceI
I nmis ha hao not come Olfte out of the affair atrslrt
is t athed athedIr athedMr
Mr Ir Bowens unfortunate cennection cennectionth
5 th this case brings to a close a pub pub pubL
1 L career that was one oC colMtkiorablc colMtkiorablcrpmi cos klorble klorblermise5
rpmi rmise5 p He is only 4 yearn old He HeJaduatel Hegtduated
Jaduatel with honors from the < 0 oI I
1 mbia Jaw school in 1881 and pra prac pract I It
t e1 r his profession in New York until untilnttred untilL
L entered the government foreign serv servHp
5 Hp H was appointed consul to Bar Barc
I c Tot1a in lS06 and Wll8 promoted to be bel bemn
l n mn ll general elteral It that pl3e in 18tti 18ttiyIUT 1SI 1SIV
yIUT V h re he remained until the Sp Spanish SpanishSt nish nishMerkan
St Merkan war broke out lIe was the theI
1 gt American omcllli to leap After Altertr Aftert
t tr p war he was transferred to the diplo diploatk
1 atil senice and had been stationro stationroat
at Vpneauela for several years His Hisr
S r rk < there durin during the earlier part of oflis oflAs
lAs srvke rYice contained rnu much < h that is to tobe tocommended
be commended Durln During the past few fewpars fewS
S pars bopver he had many disagree disltgreeTpnts disagree3renLs
Tpnts with lth President Castro These TheseagrttIJI Thesetisagreements
tisagreements < agrttIJI ntg had berome me so o pro proJUt1fd pro5uPeed
JUt1fd < during the pr present nt year that thatHa
11 Ha transfer to anotl another post was in inn initaie
n itaNe even had he remained in the thetc theh
tc h nk rvi e Whether his trouBle witlt C8S Cast
t Was a result 0 of what President Presidenthoo PresidentRrmsevelt
hoo Rrmsevelt elt Calls Boens monomania monomanialr
frr lr hunting up ploeIp Ip and scao scandal al re re1alns reriains
1alns to be seen Tile wt11 knows per persmtl persmt1
smtl cllaract charneteristies rist or Castro led ledraJ ledraxmy
raJ raxmy to beliove the Venezuela proM presint proMnt
nt Was largt largely > J3 responsmble n9ible for the thelffiult theimcuIty
lffiult but the disclosures In regard regardto
to Bowen cast doubt upon this belief beliefThe beliefThe
The published report port of the Atldngs Atldngsl ndingsIaves
l Iaves 8es much to be de deshed ftd and a fuller fullerxplanation fullerS
S explanation of the tranNCt1o s iD iDIM inSt
St IM w would Uld be welcomed kotned by Ute pub pubIi pubpURiFYING
Ii
pURIFYING PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIAPhiladelphin PHILADELPHIAPhiladelphias
Philadelphin hou housecleaning leaning has Jtastlkf hastikti
tlkf tikti > u a wider ider range 8n e by reaching alhin into intogernment intogverflfleflt
gernment circles and causing ul ing the re remond reriioval
mond of a government emplo who whoT o o5as
T 5as as impll1lt implleat4St in the notorious Salter SalterIpetion Salterclttion
Ipetion frauds case Clarence Mee Meezr Meezr
zr the man just tftWOetI as deput deputt
t t tfletor ot Inttmal revenue venue at Phna Phnadlphlit Philad
dlphlit d Iphia w W5 indicted jointly with S Salter Salterid lter ltermd
md id several others for ballot box slUC slUCbill stuftug
bill In 1S 1S9t 9 They were ere held to appear appearilt
ilt the January He term of court but butfird but11d
fird presumably to Mexico and did not notrCtum notrrturfl
rCtum until IH l2 At the fayterm oC oC1urt ofcurt
curt 1urt that year they were acquitted
5 tting up an alibi In defense It was waststifif wastestified
testified > d at their trial that t they y had hadtrn hadtm
trn tm w ballots from the stubs atui of the thepnth theSenth
Senth pnth ward or Philadelphia marked markedtIfm markedihm
tIfm and deposited them 11 in the box be bet beI
t r other citizens were ere permitted tot tottt tot
tt t The defendants did n aUeftJpt aUeftJptt ttenpt ttenpttm
t tm d dcimy lIY the 8tU stutling i which bleb indeed ws wsairply as asan
an airply pI proved Jy y the opening penin or the box boxn
n r lour ourt but their Joo ab abaenme > > enee had hadTl hadrade
Tl rade < lde po possible Mible the estsbli establishment ent of an analibi analibi
alibi at 1ea loaM Sood enough to seettre seettrethfJr secarethr
thfJr acquittal One oC the jurors has hassin hasite
sin ite made an afttdavtt that he re reein icceved
ceved ein d mosey aJMIl an a suit ot clothes for Corstandjn fortandIng
standjn out for acquittal rrs rs Elea Eleanora g gaora
nora Parks who testified that the de defndants tiefndants
fndants WEre In her kou at the ttttte tttttethe timetbo
the ballot box was as StwtrM was later laterappointed laterappointed
appointed to a po poslUon itJon In the Philadel Philadelphia Philadelplna
phia mint and ether alibi Iibi witnesses witnessescrc itRO ties tiesrO
crc rO variously rewrieri with city and aadSOernment andgovernment
government john T The dvU service scnicecommlsstoners serviceeOinmiSSI006i5
commlsstoners are re said to ha have v hives investigated hivestigated
tigated the ease of Mrs Parks while whileth vhilethey
th they > Y were In Philadelphia Sal er ws wsigalfl is isigaln
igaln placed on the Philadelphia pay payT pay payrll
T rll < 11 and 3leeser eerel was pieced on the pay payroU payroll
roll of the Internal revenue depart dopartmnt departmeat
meat Both hlt have been removed sInoe sInoethe 1IIOethe
the rfent u uphoftvaI hOfioaJ began beganit Jegan JeganIt
It is Uft surpr1sitt to Riid Riidtion tMe9oWQ tMe9oWQtion
tion croou crooks taken g jmiq rt oC by the hlla
I
dE deiphia > lphla gan gang but in the case of Ieezer Meexerat Ieezerat
at leant it is harCl to acq acqUIt it the a author authorIties thor thorlUes
lUes at V Washington of respOnslbilit1 respOnslbilit1HIs
HIs appointment of deputy revenue cut cuIl cutlhctor
l lhctor ctor placed him under control of the theh thehead
h head a of tbat dePHrtm department nt of the govern govemment governisent
ment and the fact that despite his no notoriouslJ notorlously
toriouslJ bad record he was as permitted permittedto
to remain In the government service is isa Isa
a mall compliment < to his superiors in intJhe Iflthe
the department The fact of his ap appblntment appelntment
pblntment may b6 explained by the po poUtleal p0litleal
Utleal usage which hieh roes < < not scrutinize scrutinizetoo scrutinizetoo
too closely too character oC men recom recommended recomumended
mended by local dispensers of patron patronage patronage
age although scrutiny in this particu particu1ar particumr
1ar case might have 5 saved ved the govern soemment government
ment the necessity ot publishing to the thecountry thecountry
country the fact that a former fugitive fugithcfrom fugitivefrom
from justice had beoo ke on the gO gOernment gow gowernment
ernment payroll until his removal had hadb had hadbeen
b been een forced by the uprising of an out outraged outraged
raged public publicA publicA
A MONTANA GENIUS GENIUSLet GENIUSLet
Let us turn for a moment from wars warsand warsand
and rumors of wars to the considera consideration consideratl
tion tl n of a peaceful revolution the an announoemento announoemamit
nounoemento of which comes from from W WJ WI
J Dart cook of Great Falls Mont Montand Iont Iontand
and the SUCCeBIIJ succe or which hkh cannot be bedoubted bedoubted
doubted since Mr Ir Dartlt 11meelC de declares tiedares
dares JbJ purpose has been accom accomplish accompush
push ed edMr edMr
Mr Darsl has evolved a forc forcing forcingprocess Rg RgJfOee
JfOee process S that produces 8 yield of 3tOOO 3tOOObushels OOOObushels
bushels of potatoes per acre eYc every sixty sixtyda8 sixtydays
days which hkh means that from a ten tenacre tenacre
acre patch 1se iseooi < JotI bushels of potatoes potatoesmay potatoesmay
may be gar garnered ered each year r Thif is iscertainl iscertainly
certainl certainly some potatoes and Mr Ir Dar Darts Dartsmethod ts tsmolhod
method naturally becomes one of great bIeatinterest greatinterest
interest interestBrIefiy interestBriefly
Briefly he has discovered a prepara preparationPat preparationPat
tionPat Appld Forthat takes the theplace theplace
place of soil In a layer Qfthis of this COIUp COIUpsttion compesillon
sttion about four iaches thick a cluster clusterof
of potato eyes an plac pIacd and the pro process process
cess repeated until ab b tt t fortfivesuch fortfive fortyfivesuch
such 1a layers ers ba habeeenjllaced heeen PJa ed one on ontop ontop
top or another This makes possible possiblethe possiblethe
the heay hea yield oncentration is the the8CCret thesecret
secret oC It all The growth rowth is forced forcedby oreedby
by heat which hich Intc InKy be applied arti artifilaJly artiflelally
filaJly or tAken from the sun After Aftersixty fter ftersixty
sixty days the potato potatoes 5 will have at attinpd attamed
tamed the si size e uf a hens egg They Theywm Theywill
wm be uniform in size ie and shape skins skinssmooth skinssmooth
smooth as an apple eyeless and we wepr weprestime
pr prestime ume cotelena cotelenaPossibly or l tiS tiSPossibly
Possibly some person who has had to todo totb
do tb with the potato I patch lch at one lIlne or oranother oranother
another will raise the question How Howabout Howabout
about roots and tops when your pota potatots potatoes
tots arc placed In fortIlvc horizontal horizontalst horizontalsuperimuposed
st superimuposed JKr lnpo8ed rows This question questiondos questiondoes
dos not do justice to Mr Dllsts re reoourcetulness re1UrcefuIneas
oourcetulness his potatoes be it itknown itknbwn
known are not onl only e eyeless eleS5 but vine vinele vinelens
le lens
lensAs
A5 yet et Mr Ir Darst has not figured out outa
a method to propagate his potato potatowhich potatowhich
which being eyeless y less of rotlr course carries carriesno Qrrlesno
no seed For the present he will rely relyon relyon
on the primitive methods o of potato cul culture culture
ture ture to supply his e eyes es but undoubt undoubtedly undoubttally
tally he will shortly solve the seed seedproblem seedproblem
problem Indceed we should ho ld not be besurprised besurprised
surprised to learn Mr Ir Darst had suc succeeded succeetied
ceeded In producing a potato crop cropwithout cropwithout
without the use of seed seedp seedREDUCTION I
p 0 0REDUCTION
REDUCTION IN ORE RATES RATESMr I IIr
Mr Ir Gilletts announcement of a Fe Feduction
duction In freights on ores coming over overthe
the Clark road front Las Vegas is good goodnews goodnews
news not ont only to the ore shippers but butto
to the merchants or Salt Lake and andeverybody andeverybody
i
everybody interested in the develop development developmeet
meet of trade in the new N Nevada Nevadacamps
I Iftmps
camps < Los Angeles is nearer and it has hasthe hasthe
the advantage of water atEr rates a as a basis basisand basisand
and still Salt Lake is in good position positionto i ito
to compete bec because use the miner is apt to todo todo
do bun business At 1ti6 5mcJtin point In Inany 1 1an
an any event it fixes xQs ftnnl ftrmly the hold Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake smelters have on shipments or ore orefrom orefrom
from that t territory > ITito and it will m enable enablea
a good many small operators to do bus busftcGS busleone
leone ftcGS at a prottt who would oukl otherwise otheruisee
3m e unable to develop their prospects prospectsThe prospectsThe
The normal result of such a marked rnsrkedreduetion markedreduction
reduction as has been made will be a ahefty aheavy
hefty heavy ItKre Increase in ore shipments the theemploment theemployment
employment of more men In the terri territory tern terntory
tory affected b by the new tariff a stimu stimu1aUofl atirnulation
1aUofl oC merCMD9 dealings and a aeneral ageneral
general eneral good ood feeling eelin which must have hava havea
a beneficial effect boUt in the camp campand campsand
and the city cityBrutality
IIIT IIITBnltality
Brutality that almost pas passes s belief beUeCis
is i involved Mved in the report of the tot tortur tottumes
tur tumes InJttcted on the nonunion driver drivercC driverIf
cC If Chkxgo Chicago who hd his fingers broken brokennd
nd his nails torn off b four assail A558i1antc assailants
ants There can be no justification for fotthe forthe
the deed nor is it right to attempt to tohuh tohoki
huh Kn any organization responsible for forit furIt
it It WJt ss a ID nUestAticn of Inherent Inherentlruelty Inherentcruelty
cruelty slid de8ertI the severest pos posjble peasibte
sibte jble JlUftl5hment From the fact that thatit
it jg elMled against inst strike sympathiz sympathizers
ers it Is the plain duty oC the strikers strikersto
to ski in every way the scsieli rch for the themen themen
men who comniltt mmittetl t the outrage outrageGJt
j GJt GJtt
At t Cuxhaoin the other day Emperor EmperorWlllttn EmperorWilliam
Wlllttn drank to the ell city of Hamburg IlKmburgto
to the sport of sailing to the members membersoC
oC the North orth G German rman Regatta society tcletyto
to their guests 1Ie6t etc and walked un unaided unskied
aided from the room Hoeh der kaiser kaiserIt
It Is dU ditikult eult to understand wh why the theJane theJapanese
Japanese Jane suppressed t the ne news or the theInkln thesinking
sinking Inkln oC the additional warships as asther asthey
they Appe appeared tr to have a sufficIent num numIter nuniher
her stilL in working order ordlIt orderIt
It 4oould be Tlnombered that the thee theNew
New e York b bank tJk which nich paid R dividend dividendof
of l lO per ter cent was not or the faro per pcr8la persuasion
8la suasion ion which hteh m makes kei the performance performancetruh performancetruly
truly remarkable remarkableCongre ronarkabkCongrenanifl
Congre Congrenanifl man H Howell en 8Criousl seriously aC aCCU8 accuses
CU8 cuses PretMdent Kerr or tryi trying S to build buildup buildup
up a DemocraUc machine Up to this thistime thistime
time we MId believed Mr Ir Howell had a asense asense
sense of humor humorGeneral humorGeneral
General Ltneviths plea for a chance ehaRett6 chanceto
t6 restore Russian prestige may be betaken betaken
taken to Indicate that he ha hs just se secured secured
cured the fastest ho horse in Manchuria Manchuriaa anchuriaAs
a
As an Jostance of Phlladclphms Phlladclphmspre Philadelphiaspregrts
pre pregrts ft Qlay ay be noted that even a adead adead
dead forger has been teeM called to account accountth accountthere
th there thereViewed ere ereYlewed
Viewed from rain the sporting standpoint standpointrt
rt B may be said that the Van stakes stakesbae stakeshave
have been captured by the city engi engineer englfleer
fleer neerTJ1criot fleerI fleerThriot
I
TJ1criot at CJ1led1gplalz i IJntoreat IJntoreatlngohlafly interest interestIng
Ing lngohlafly chfl1y bcisuac uoo It dLcclosos th that thata t tSU
SU a ndui I Jt e oSst rst eutido ut doo of Rus Rusi
i
2 5
i C n IITheinost ItJr1 ItJr1The
The Theinost mqst 9laborate labotMe W Wdiqgofthe Wdiqgofthepresent < QifgOf the thepresent
present Eeasoit eas tt was vas that of Alias Al Alberta Alberta
berta Jun Juno Bintz the daughter of Mr Mrand Ir Irand
and Mrs W VH iL Bintz and John Clar Clarenc CIarence
enc ence Daly son 1 of > f Mr lr and drs rs J J JDaly SDaly
Daly Th The eeremopy or the Roman RomanCatholic RomanCatholic
Catholic church w was s rend by Bishop BishopLawrence BishopLawrence
Lawrence Scanlan at 8 oclock and andwas andwas
was witnessed by onl only tho th retaUvcsand retaUvcsandclose reIativesandclose
close frIends Later a large reception receptionwas receptionWas
was given from D tm 11 oclock after afterwhich afterwhich
which the young people left for the thecoast thecoast
coast coastPrompt1at coastPromptly
Promptly at the hour of S the groom groomand groomand
and his best mon Edward Robert ac accompanied accompanied
companied by the clergyman entered enteredthe enteredthe
the library from the study and stood stoodawaiting stoodawaitthg
awaiting the brIde As the bridal bridalparty bridalparty
party descended the staIrway Miss MissAgatha MissAgatha
Agatha Berkhoel sang Beloved It Is IsMom IsMom
Mom First came Miss Evelyn Daly Dalyand Dalyand
and Miss Mercy Berkeley followed b b1IiS5 by byMiss
Miss Florence Gr Grant nt and MISS Della DollaRichards DellaRichards
Richards the four bridesmaids Miss MissMarguerite MissMarguerite
Marguerite Donnellan the maid or orhonor ofhonor
honor followed and then Mrs Irs Frede Frederick Frederick
rick Leonard the matron or honor Im Immediately mimediately I
mediately after her came little Brownie BrownieBrown BrownieBrown
Brown bearing the ring and then the thebride thebride
bride entered leaning on the arm of ofher ofher
her father As Sh she reached the waiting watUnsgroom waitinggroom
groom MIss Berkhoelsag Berkhoel snug Schuberts SchubertsSerenade SchubertsSerenade
Serenade and as the service ended endedMi5 endedMiss
Miss Louise Lamaon It t the plan planpla pianoplayed
pla played ed the Mendele6 Mendelesoha hn WeddfnIarch Weddfn VeddlngMarch
March MarchAt IarchAt
At the reception the parents of both bothbrIde bothbride
brIde and groom were ere added to th the TP TPceivin receivlng
ceivin ceivlng party in the drain drawing room and andMrs andMrs
Mrs EdwIn Kimball and Mrs lrsJ J F FGrant FGrant
Grant received in the library In the thedining thedining
dining room Mrs Irg C H Mc McMahon 18hon and andnss adMIss
MIss nss Gertrude Richards P9Uted and a anumber anumber
number of young gIrls the friends of ofthe ofthe
the brIde assisted them They were wereliss wereMiss
Miss liss Helen Bamberger Miss Bd Edythe EdytheHale the theHale
Hale Miss Estelle Clinton Miss liss Mamie MamieSappington MamieSappington
Sappington and Miss Lena n8 Myers The Thebridnl Thebridal
bridal party stood tood beneath a bower ower of ofJeen ofgreen
green and white r roses and sweet peas peasbeing peasbeing
being combined with tile palms and andferns andferns
ferns The same colors were used In Inthe Inthe
the dining room where a cluiop of the thetwo thetwo
two overspread the table A shower of ofwhite ofwhite
white sweet pea peas < hung above the theboard theboard
board and tan candelabra with green greenshades Teen Teenshades
shades lighted it L In the parlor pink pinkroses pinkroses
roses alone were used and deep r red redwas d dwas
was the color of the ball decorations decorationsThe decorationsThe
The bride Wore a gown oC white chit chiffon chitfon
fon cloth trimmed with hundreds of ofards ofyards
yards ards of real Valendtnnes lace True TrueJoers Truelovers
lovers knots were Ut used > ffl RS the design desiltfor designfor
for the decortion of both skirt and andbodlct andbodice
bodice and a long veil of Worth ma maline maline
line fastened with ith orange r nge blos biossms m fen fento fellto
to th the end of th the tmln A boWEr boo booduet I Iquet
duet or brides roses tied with tulle was wascarried 18 18carried
carried carriedIrs carriedMrs
Mrs Irs Leonard was dre dressed < 5Sed In her herbridal herbridal
bridal sown of white chiffon cloth also alsoand alsoanti
and carried white sweet peas while the thefour thefour
four maids were In white Paris muslin muelinoyer muslinover
over green taffeta and their bouquets bouquetswere bouquetswere
were pink and white sweet pa peas peasMrs s sllrs
Mrs Blots the mother o of the bride bridwas brideWas >
was dre dressed s > d In a gown of violet silk silkwith silkwith
with trimmin trimmings s of royal purple velvet veletand velvetand
and real lace and Mrs Irs Dals dr drwas dress dresswas <
was of rose point de Venice Many Ian of ofthe ofthe
the most beautiful gowns of the pres present prescut
cut season were seen at the reception receptionThe receptionThe
The young people will return in H Hmonth amonth
month from their wedding trip and will willbe willbe
be at t home after August 15 at 7 F Fstreet Fstreet
street
C 4 4 4The CThe
The marriage of Miss Edith lf Kr Kent Kentdaughter > nt ntdaughtr
daughter of Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Alfred Kent Kentand Kentand
and Hugh Alf Alexander > xander IImin took tookJlae tooktlace
Jlae at at7 74t 4i4 lust evening at St Iarks Msrkscathedral IarkscathedrftJ
cathedral the reremon ceremony being per perfonned performed
formed b by Bishop Daniel S Tuttle as assisted asslated
slated by Dean James Jamt > S B Eddie The Thebride Thebride
bride wac attended by Mrs Irs Jack Al Alford
ford as matron of honor Miss Ruth RuthHirth RuthBirth
Birth and Mls3 Helen Chapn Chapman acting actingas
as flower girls YllllAm M 1 1Crea 3recreawas 1Creawas
was the best man and Fletcher > r Chap Chapman Chapman
man the ring bearer Th The > erviEe over oerthe overthe
the company had a wedding supper at atthe atthe
the home > of the bride parents on Sc Scond See Seecod
cod street The church snd nd the house houswere housewere
were aU dt decorated < Oratfd In white and green greenbaRk greenbanks
baRk < of palms with white rotes n1Rk n1Rking makimmg
ing the church a boer The bride bridewore bridevore
wore a gown of heavy Moire satin satinmade satinmade
made princess aIId 8 veil en of tulip A Ashower Ashower
shower Q Qf brid bnides roSeS completed h her hereestume > r
Ostume < Mrs oIl Alford aJS also wore white whiteand whiteand
and carried pink r roses es Mr r and Mrs MrslclIiIUn MrsMeMillin
lclIiIUn will leave this morning for forI forthe
the coast and lat later > r will be at home to totht totheir
I tht their > ir friends at 41 S Second ond street streetic
C C ic icA 5A
A wedding f > dding whilh will he a surprise to toa toa
a number of friends of the young JO JOpie peepie
pie was that of Miss IiS5 Ada DJf Dusenberry Dusenberrydaughter enber enberdoughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs trs Wilson H HDusenbert HDusenberry
Dusenbert iof f Prove to Joseph F FXlble FNlbley
Xlble Nlbley of Perry Oregon The rere rereinony ere eremon
mon inony was performed yesterday at atnoon atnoon
noon and owing to Ute illness of the thegroom thegroom
groom only the families of the two twoyoung twoyoung
young people were present st the wed wedding nedding
ding breakfast which followed it at the theThe theEmeryHolmes
EmeryHolmes The young people will willbe 111 111be
be at home for a few days till 1I1r 1I1rXible MrNibley
Xible Nibley Is able to travel at the home or orhis ofIii
his Iii parents Th North West Temple Templestreet Templestreet
street Later they will go for a coast coasttrip coasttrip
trip and make their home in Porry
Oregon OregonMrs
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Mrs Ralph G Guthrle tJrJe entertained at atcards
cards yes yesterday rdaJ for Mrs 115 Charles Ever Everest Evereat
I
est Elliott of Wellington Yellin ton KRn Five Fhehundred Fivehundred
hundred was the game played and six sixtables sixtables
tables were filled with the players The Thedecorations Thedecorations
decorations were ere an in red and white whiteroses whiteroses
roses and the tallies showed the same sameflowers sameflowers
flowers in Water < 8ter colors Prizes were wereon werewon
won on b by Mrs Irs Graham F Putnam and andMrs d dlrs
Mrs lrs Allen T Sanford The other otherJuests otherguests
guests were ere Mrs lrsr T H rcChrystai McChrystnlMrs rcChrystaiIr
Mrs Ir A H Tsrb Tarbet > t Miss liss Gertrude GoId GoIdthwaite Gpldthwaite
thwaite Mrs Irs T T Treasure Mrs rs L LH LH
H Smyth Mrs F W Francis Mrsv Mrs MrsV
V H Mcintyre ldnt Te Mrs rrs George Suther Suthermnd Sutherland
land Mrs n S J T Keith Mrs n J Love Lovelr5 LoveMrs
Mrs lr5 William Bartling Mrs Rachel RachelMiller
Miller 1 III er Mrs Irs Joseph Young Mrs F S SFox SFox
Fox Mrs Irs C c Snyder Mrs J U UGi UGiesy
Gi Giesy SY Mrs A J Johnson Mrs lrs W V D DDonoher DDonoher
Donoher Mrs Irs A Y Taylor Mrs T TV Tiv
iv V Whitely Mrs Irs Virginia Johnson Johnsont
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A party of young oung people under the thehaperonage thechaperonage
chaperonage oC Mrs I W T H Donnell Donnellsffnt Dominellspnt
sffnt the evening < at the lake last night nightThe nightThe
The members were Mins 1Jss WInnie WInnieIthoatles VlnnleHhoades
Hhoades Miss iss Bob Itllerbeck Miss MissEloise Uss UssEloise
Eloise Sadler Miss lIs6 Stella McIntyre McIntyrOliss McIntyreMiss
Miss liss Louise Sullivan Miss Lola Sting Stingley Stingicy
icy Miss Mary la Smedlej Frank CAr CArhart Carhart
hart Wailer aUer Andrew Val1nce Bre Brede Bredemeyer e emeyer
meyer Deereaux Jennings Alex AlexThomas AI > x xThomas
Thomas Paul Neld8 and Jame6 Jain Sad Sudlor Sadlet
let
C C C CCards
Cards have reached the city 30 30nouncing announcing
nouncing the marriage of Frederic S SHakln J JHaskin
Haskin to Miss liss Olive G 1Rgel at atYokobama atYokohama
Yokohama J Japan p8fl Oft May lay 20 Mr MrHaskin lr lrHaskin
Haskin is making It tour of the world worldfor worldfor
for The Herald and a number of other otherPApers otherpapers
PApers and is well known b by his 1115writings hiswritings
writings to thous thousauds ndli of persons in inthis Inthis
this region
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A number of luncheons were ere served senedat servedat
at th the Country club yesterday esterdt Amon Amonthos Among Amongthose
thos those entertaining at small parties partieswere partieswere
were Mrs lrI J V Thom Thompson n Mrs 1r Run RusselG Runsd
selG sd 0 Schulder 3lrs Irs Katherine C CBelVor CBelli
BelVor Belli r lIrs J B Bamberger Mrs MrsH lrI f fR
R PoorNk1t > Miss 11 Mame Noble Miss MissGertrude Ii IiGertrode
Gertrude cGrath and Mrs Irs J n nTaJker ItWalker
Walker TaJkerMrs
CC C CMrs t
Mrs Thomas J R Ryder der and her siNter siNternss sisterMiss
Miss nss Clara Deal will leave tonight for forLos forLos
Los Angeles ngeles for a few weeks From Fromthere Fromthere
there Mrs lrs Rider goes to her home in inllexlco inMexico
Mexico City alter a vl visit dt of a few fewwceks fewweeks
weeks wIth her mother motherIrs motherCc
Cc C CMrs
Mrs Irs Victor M 1 Clement returned yp ypterda yes yesterday
terda terday from San Franciseoand Francisco and will willleave 111 111l
l leave e In It fe few days fOr New York Yorkwhonac Yorkwhence
whence she nails Us July 1 for Europe EuropeII
C a aMrs II IIMrs
Mrs hector D Lane of Fort Douglas Douglaswm Douglaswill
wm entertain a few friends > at bridge bridbOtomorrow bridgetomorrow
tomorrow afternoon aftemoonMrs afternoonC
C C C CMrs
Mrs W F James < glv glues S Ii large bridge bridgetea bridgetea
tea this afternoon at her110me on First FirstS FirstSouth
S South utti street f FC
C Jlfr I1 I1liis i iIlI3
IlI3 Ilhomas qop1a Carter ente entein1id n dat at a aL
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lunchi ° > On YEsterd Y for Bishop Daniel DanielS
S 55 Tuttle ot SL Louis whO is a gu guest guestat St Stat
at the theCanterhone Caner hQtne Bishop F S Spald Spaldug t
iDgand ug and De n James B Eddie were Wer 1n 1nitd iniid
itd trm ton ct l1h the bishop bishopC bishopMrs I C i 1 1lrs
Mrs lrs pf I E Moo Ioof will entertain at a as asmaJi
s smaJi aJI nd informal affair for Mr5JOhfl Mr5JOhflReed lr John JohnRe
Re Reed d thic thiatvqiu1ng thiatvqiu1ngC thiatvqiu1ng1ftE < v mg mglfrs
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1ftE lfrs 1V t t1ttson tfon of Ogden was wasobliged wasobliged
obliged to recall tb the iniaUOns for her herpartytQ herpartyte
partytQ be given yest yesthrdIOn rdsj n account accounto
o of the illness jf f her small son sonC sonMiss
C 1 I InS
Miss nS C COnslance iislanco Kirkpatrick will leave lea1othe leavethe
the last of the w wek ek f for r tn n Fpu FgaiieiSrO FgaiieiSrOwheresi dsCo dsCowheresPe
wheresPe wheresi wm join her moTher to go to toLake tOLake
Lake Tahoe for the summer summer1lrs summerCCC
CCC CCCMrs
Mrs Martha Boyle King and her son sonRoyle sonRoyle
Royle returned yesterday tram Spring SprlnglIIe Springyule
yule lIIe where fhC they spent the past week weekwith weekwith
with Mr Ir and Mrs Hubert Richards RichardsCC
4 4Dr CC CCDr
Dr and Mrs Irs Edward La Zelle of ofDCner ofDenver
Denver passed through the cll city yester yesterday estfr estfrday
day on their way to Yellowstone park parkand parkand
and spent > ent the day with Salt Lake Lakefriends
friends
S SCC
CC C CMiss
Miss Olive Jennings will ill entertain a afew afew
few girl friends this afternoon for Mis MisAnna MisAnna
Anna Hall
C It C t C C1r
Ir and Mrs lrs W R Wallace will willleave willleave
leave shortly for a tri > to the north northwest northwest
west going to Alaska tospend to spend a part pantof i iof
of the time of their absence absencea
5 a tt CThe f fThe
The marrIage of Miss Versa Barrows Barrowsand I Iand
and Joel L Harris of Ogden took tookplace tookplace
place yesterday at noon In the Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake temple The young oun people left on onthe onthe
the afternoon train for Ogden where whprelarge a alarge
large and eJa elabornte > borate reeeDtlon was gj gjen gir giren
en them lust evening at the borne of the thebrides thebrides
brides parent
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A part of young people went for a ahorseback ahorseback
horseback rIde UD u City Creek canon canyonTuesday I ITuesda
Tuesday thC chaperones bein being Mr lr and andMrs
Mrs E C Parsons I
C C C CThe
The marriage of Miss Emil Emily C James Jamesand Jamesand
and William E N1iylor took place last lastevening
evening at 6 oclock Bishop O F Whit Whltne Whitney
ne ney offilating The bride was attendE attended attendedby > d dby
by Miss Maud Nalor as bridesmaid bridesmaidand
and Bert Naylor aylor was the b best st man manFollowing marFollowing
Following the ceremony a reception was wasgiven wasgiven
given at which about lW friends were Wrtentertain wereentertainOd
entertain d The house and grounds groundswere groundswere
were beautifully decorated for the af affail atfair
fail the interior with quantities or ofroses
roses and the outside hung with many manylanterns manylanterns
lanterns A Ja Japanese > > lnese corner was ar arranged anranged
ranged on the porch where punch wa waserved was wasserved
served and small tablet over t the e lawn
I were used for the refreshments Miss MissLeone
Leone Viscomb served punch ThE ThEbride Thebride
bride wore a dainty gown or soft white whUpsilk whitesilk
silk and carried brldes ro roses es and nd Miss MissNaylor MissNayior
Naylor was dressed In pink millIe and andcarried andcarried
carried pink sweet yeas 1lr and 1It 1ItNaylor Mrs MrsNaylor
Naylor left on the late train for the thfnorthwest thenorthwest
northwest to spend the next fortnight In InPortiand inportland
portland and San Francisco Later Laterthey Laterthey
they will 11 Imke ke their home in this city cityG
C G C A AIiss CMiss
Miss Iiss Bertha Darb Darby or Kansas CII CIIsPent ity ityspent
sPent the early part of the week in thE thEcity thecity
city on her wa way home from Alaska Alaskavisiting Alaskavisiting
visiting her sister Mrs Vivian Jones JonesC
1 1Irs
C C 5 CMrs
Mrs Irs H B Murray lurra hag ha gone on to tothe
the coast after spending a few days daY8with
with the S D Evans family familya t tf tolm
a e a aMrs f
Mrs A G Andrew entertains a fE few fewfriends i
friends next Monday afternoon in eom cempliment I
Mrs John oh Reed Reeda
pUment to rs 1 1 1olr
a a a aMr 1I I
olr and Mrs rs Edward Moore will willshortly willshortly
shortly be at home to their friends at ati
233 i Seventh East street streeta
a a aMrs 5 5Ir
Mrs Ir Thomas D Pilt glhe no reception rpfptimye receptionyeterday
ye yeterday terday afternoon in compliment to toIrs toMrs
Mrs Irs Ada SChooling of Loui Louisville villp Ky Kyand Kyand
and Mrs C V llscLouth of f SanJo6f SanJo6fCal SanjoseCal
Cal Receiving witl iUj the hOfitess and andher andher
her guests wCt Were Mrsr Mrs W C Hall 11 11Georgf Mrs MrsGeorge
George H Wood Mr Mrs Clinton B Leigh Lighand Leighand
and Miss Ii s Margaret Pointer Miss 155 Helen Helnvtngotc HelenWingate
vtngotc and th the > Misses Nelli anti aodFlorence antiFlorence
Florence Schirmpr served punch and andan andan
an orchestra stationed in th the alcove akoffun1ished alcovefurnished
furnished a flee musical programmf programmfThe programmeThe
The house was decorated In flowt flowtgeet flowers flowerssweet
sweet peas and rose predominating predominatingand
and the Union ai1d ConfederatE onCeder tf Ibgs Ibgsere flSwere
were ere used together in the wan deora deoration5 deeorttimia
tion5 About forty friends were in inHM Invited
vited HM HMliss I IC
C C CMiss
Miss liss Helen Evans Is home from thl thlBennt thBonnet °
Bonnet school at IningtonontheH11rf IningtonontheH11rfson
son anti Iill spend the summer with withhfr withher
her parents Mr Ir and Mrs tn S D Evans EvansC ans
C 44 44trs C C CMrs
Mrs trs E Drake will nl entertain at cards rardsmxt cardsnext
next Vednesdav ednP5da morning In honor of ofMrs
Mrs John Reed ReedC
4 4 41i55 CMiss
Miss 1i55 EdythfO ElIetb Ellerherk k bas gone to toOgden toOgden
Ogden to attend the wedding reception rMptiQnoC
oC her cousin oUM VfnMl Barrows BarrowsIr
a a a aMrs
Mrs Ir John And Anderson > rson and Mrs rs T H HSmith HSmith
Smith return today from fromn 1111 extended pxtndpjtrip extendedtrip
trip to the coast where tht they attended attendedthe attendedthe
the open opening In of the fair fairG
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At 2 oclock yesterday estt > rday a afternoon at atthe atthe
the home of Mr Ir anl1Ino and Mrs T I F Bulter l3utterI
1 worth the marria marriage e of their daughter daughtprPearl daughterPearl
Pearl to Edward Hollandtr was held hpldt heldThe
t The wedding was a quit one witnes witnessed witnessedonly < > tl tlonl
onl only by relatives and a few friends of ofthe
the bride Judge 31 L Ritchie Qftki Qftkiate1 offieiateti I
I ate1 A rece reception > t ol1 was tendered th thOung the theyoung
young couple from 4 t to II oclock Mr Mrand Ir Ir3nd
and Mrs Irs Hollander left on the mid mldni midnight
ni night 11t train for Portland The They will viUmake willmake
make their home in Poc pocatello pocatelloa pocatelloMARRIAGE tello telloMARRIAGE
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Annie E Wade Salt Lake JAlkrFrank Lake603Frank
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Sarah Hamilton Salt Lake IakfGro Lake6tWililam
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The Salt Lake Heralds Jtlonda Monday jt jssme jssmewas tlf tlfliS
was liS onE of if th the best papers ever I Isstuti < cu > hy hythat bythat
that enterprising Onterprl lng journal Los Angeles Angelesand Angd Angdand
and surrounding California towns were iI iIluRtrat itlmmstratd
luRtrat lmmstratd d In Htch a manner as to give giveevenonc gleeveryone
everyone looking at The Herald an IncH Indlnation IncHnation
nation to move > to the Golden state and andlive I IJVI
live JVI amonrt mch beautiful and lovely 10nhS lovelyscenes
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fIi1E I figured lawns dimity and cotton cottonToiles cottonr
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