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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAH THURSDAY OCT 21 211909 1909 5
L SOCIETY SOCIETYt SOCIETY SOCIETYTODAYS
TODAYS TODA vs EVENTS EVENTSMrs
Mrs Ledyard Bailey will enter entertaln entertam 3 3tain
tain tam this afternoon with a bridge bridgetea J Jtea
tea complimentary to her niece niecellss nieceMiss J JMiss
Miss Joy De Camp who will spend spendthe spendthe 5 5the
the winter at the Bailey home homeMrs homeMrs homeMr <
Mrs T H Black will be the hos hostess hostess hogtess < <
tess this afternoon at a bridge tea teathis teathls teasthis
this being the last in a series of de delIghtful dellghtful 3 3lightful
lightful affairs given by Mrs Black Blackat < Cat <
at her home in Sixth East street streetk < <
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A bridge tea will be given this thisafternoon thisafternoon J Jafternoon
afternoon at the home of Mrs MrsFrank MrsFrank 5 5Frank
Frank B Stephens In South Thlr Thlrtcenth Thlrtcenth Thirtcenth
tcenth East street with Miss lone loneMorrison loneMorrison 3 3Morrison
Morrison as the guest of honor honorCompllmentary honorComplimentary J JComplimentary
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Complimentary to Miss Vedi VedlBeebe VediBeebe J JBeebe
Beebe a November bride a five fivehundred fivehundtld fivehundd
hundred party will be given this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisattprnoon
afternoon at the home of the Misses MissesViola MisseaViola i iViola
Viola and Mignon Denhalter In InFifth InFifth J JFifth
Fifth South street streetMrs streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs George R Raymond will willentertain wll1of willentertain
of entertain the members of the theThursday theThursday theThursday
Thursday Afternoon Card club to today today today ¬
day at her home In the Woodruffapartments Woodruffapartmenta Woodruff Woodruffapartments
apartments apartmentsA
A bridge tea will be given this thisafternoon thisafternoon C CC
C afternoon by Mrs Murray Sulli Sullivan Sullivan SulliC ¬ +
C van when she will entertain a anumber anumber aC +
C number of friends at her home in inFourth InFourth inC +
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C A tea will be given this after afternoon afternoon afterC ¬
C noon at the home of Dr Margaret MargaretC
C C Roberts in C street the guests guestsincluding guestsincluding C CC
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4 Mrs John S Bransford will be bethe bethe C CC
C the hostess at a Kensington with withwhich withwhich withC
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C noon at her home in the Bransford Bransfordapartments Bransfordapartments BransfordC
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C An Informal dinner will be given givenby givenby C CC
C by b Mrs A H Peabody this even evening evenIng evenC ¬
C ing in honor of Miss lone Morrison Morrisonwhose Morrisonwl10se C CC
C whose marriage takes place next nextweek nextweelc C Cweek
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C A shower will be given this even evening evenIng evenC ¬
C ing at the home of Mrs Rowland RowlandWilliams RowlandWilliams C CC
C Williams in honor of her sister sisterMiss sisterMIss C CC
C Miss Nettle Winward who will be bemarried bemarried beC
C married the latter part of the themonth themonth themonth
month monthMrs monthMrs monthC
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C Mrs G H Hardy will entertain entertainthe
C the members of her sewing club clubthis clubthis C CC
C this afternoon at t her home in InEast inC J JEast
C East Seventh South street streetThe streetThe streetC
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C The marriage of Miss Naomi Van VanDyke VanDyke VanC <
C Dyke and Fred Laurie King will willtake willtake willC
C take place this evening at the home homeof I Iof
C of the bride in North State street streetThe BtreetC J JThe
C The ceremony will be performed performedby performedOby C CC
C by William H Van Dyke Jr and andwill andwlU andC <
C will be followed by a reception receptionfrom C CC J Jfrom
C from 830 to 11 oclock oclockMiss C CC J JMiss
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C Miss Martha Jennings Johnson Johhsonand C CC J Jand
C and Edgar Cline Beach Bea h will be bemarried C CC J Jmarried
C married this evening in Newark NewarkN C CC
C N J the ceremony to take place placeat C CC
C at S oclock at the Park Presby Presbyterlan C CC J Jterian
C terlan church Following this a areception C CC 8 8reception
C reception will be given at the home homeof C CC 5 5of
C of tho brides mother Mrs John JohnYate JohnYate C CC
C Yate Johnson No 150 Broad C 3
C > street Miss Johnson was con connccted C CC <
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C < Lake as the director of physical physicaleducation phslcaleducation C CC <
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< lege club for the season will be beheld beheld < CC
C > held today at the home of the Rev RevW RevW C CC
C W M Paden with Mrs G B BJ BSweazey C CC
C J Sweazey and Mrs Ballard as bos bosteases hosteases < CC
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< club this evening at her home in inSecond inSecond < CC
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< Mrs Irs Hugh Walthall will be the thehostess thehostess C CC
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C > in her quarters at Fort Douglas Douglastoday Douglastoday C CC
C today the complimented guest be beIng being C CC
C > Ing Mrs William Purviance Purviancej PurvianceMiss C CC
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Miss Gertrude McGrath entertained at ata ata ata
a charmingly appointed dinner party partgiven partygiven partygiven
given last night at her home in East EaslSouth EastSouth EastSouth
South Temple street complimentary to tcMiss to1IIs9 toMiss
Miss Genevieve McCornlck a November Novembeibride Novemberbride Novemberbride
bride brideAn brideAn brideAn
An informal dinner party was given giveryesterday givenyesterday givenyesterday
yesterday evening at the home of Major Majoiand Majorand Majorand
and Mrs James Arrasmith the guests guestsof
of honor being Major and Mrs William WllliairParviance WilliamPurviance WilliamPurviance
Purviance who leave soon for the thtPhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines The dining table was wascharming wascharming wascharming
charming in its appointments a cluster clusterof
of pink carnations forming the table tablecenterpiece tablecenterpiece tablecenterpiece
centerpiece Covers were laid for foiColonel forColonel forColonel
Colonel and Mrs Walter Scott Major Majoiand Majorand Majorand
and Mrs William Purviance and Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs W S McCornlck McCornlckA
A charming bridge tea the second in lra ina Ina
a series of affairs was that given yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon by Mrs T It Black Blaclin BlackIn
in Sixth East street The parlors and andlibrary andlibrary andlibrary
library were charmingly decorated In irautumn Inautumn inautumn
autumn leaves the vines being fes festooned testooned festooned
tooned about the rooms with clusters clusterof clustersof
of the brighttinted leaves banked with wittpretty withpretty withpretty
pretty effect In the dining room red redasters redasters redasters
asters were used a low mound of the theflowers thetlowers theflowers
flowers gracing the center of the table tablewhich tablewhich tablewhich
which was lighted with redshaded can candelabra candelabra candeabra ¬
delabra Mrs Charles Van Dyke pre presided Presided prosided ¬
sided at the tea table assisted by Miss MisLeigh MissLeigh MissLeigh
Leigh Block Miss Jessie Home and andMiss andMiss andMISs
Miss Rose Evans Ten tables of bridge bridgewere bridgewere bridgewere
were played and the prizes were wenawarded wereawarded wereawarded
awarded to Mrs Frank Parker Mrs F FA FA FA
A Slade Mrs A C Smith Mrs S C CSnyder CSnyder CSnyder
Snyder Mrs J E Clark Mrs JohnSharp JohnSharp John TohnSharp
Sharp and Mrs W J Lynch LynchThe LynchThe LynchThe
The Utopia club was entertained at ata ata ata
a delightful luncheon given yesterday yesterdayat
at the home of Mrs E A Wall in East EastSouth EastSouth EastSouth
South Temple street The table was wascharmingly wascharmingly wascharmingly
charmingly decorated in roses ant antdahlias and anddahlias anddahlias
dahlias and covers were laid for twenty twentjguests twentyguests twentyguests
guests The successful contestants In Inthe inthe inthe
the bridge games which followed the theluncheon theluncheon theluncheon
luncheon were Mrs J F Dunn Mrs MrsE
E D Woodruff Mrs W Stanley Mrs MrsI
I Mayer Mrs J C Hanchett Mrs P PS PS PS
S Keogh The table was presided over oveiby overby overby
by Mrs Vaughn Paul assisted by the theMisses theMisses theMisses
Misses Alice Mary and Selma Wall WallThe WallThe WallThe
The club will be entertained two weeks weeksfrom weekstrom weeksfrom
from Wednesday at the home of Mrs MrsOlive MrsOlive MrsOlive
Olive Gaylord in the Ivanhoe apart apartments apartments apartmeats ¬
ments mentsA
A pretty affair was the bridge tea teagiven teaghen teagiven
given yesterday at the home of Mrs MrsL MrsL
L C Miller who entertained in honor honorof
of Miss lone Morrison an Octoberbride Octoberbride October Octoberbride
bride Seven tables or bridge were wereplayed werplayed wereplayed
played the prizes going to Mrs L H HFarnsworth HFarnsworth HFarnsworth
Farnsworth Mrs Irs A T Volmer Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles Irs IrsCharles
Charles Rood Mrs S O S Nelden NeldenMiss NelQenMiss NeldenMiss
Miss Edna Dunn Miss Edna Farns Farnsworth Farnsworth Farnsworth ¬
worth and Miss Aileen Maclean A Apretty Apretty Apretty
pretty arrangement of the fall flower flowerwas ttowergwas fjowerwas
was used in the decorations carnations carnationsand
and nasturtiums being effectively com combined combined cornbined ¬
bined with autumn leaves throughout throughoutthe
the rooms The hostess was assirted assirtedby
by Mrs S W Morrison and Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge Irs IrsGeorge
George D Keyser KeyserMrs KeyserMrs KeyserMrs
Mrs Morrell N Farr was the hostess hostessat
at a pretty autumn luncheon given yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon with Miss Vedi Beebe Beebeas
as the complimented guest A cut glass glassbowl glasbowl glassbowl
bowl of nasturtiums graced the center centerof centerof centerof
of the table where covers were laid for forMiss forMiss forMiss
Miss Vedi Beebe Miss lIen Nibley Miss MissAlice MissAlice lIssAlice
Alice Nibley Miss Margaret Werner WernerMrs WernerMrs WernerMrs
Mrs Joel Nibley and Miss Sybella SybellaClayton SybellaClayton SybeflaClayton
Clayton ClaytonThe ClaytonThe ClaytonThe
The members of the Crystal Bridge Bridgeclub Bridgeclub Bridgeclub
club wore delightfully entertained yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon with bridge followed followedby
by a luncheon with Mrs O B Hewett Hewettas
as tho hostess at her home in the theBrown theBrown theBrown
Brown flats Autumn flowers and andleaves andleaves andleaves
leaves formed the decorations the thebeautiful thebeautiful thebeautiful
beautiful vines being entwined about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the rooms with charming effect In the thedining thedinIng thedining
dining room a cut glass bowl of carna carnations carnations carnations ¬
tions graced the center of the table tablewhere tablewhere tablewhere
where Mrs Hewett was assisted by byMis byI1V2
Mis 118 Kent O Keyes Mrs George Arm Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong Miss Marjorie Nibley and MrsW MrsW Mrs MraV
W V H McManus The house prize In Inthe inthe inthe
the bridge game was won by Mrs MrsFrank MrsFrank MrsFrank
Frank Bird The club will hold ts tsnext tIinext tsnext
next meeting two weeks from today at atthe adthe ittthe
the home of Mrs C A Quigley QuigleyThe QuigleyThe
The home of Mrs C O Brown In InSouth InSouth InSouth
South First West street was the scene sceneof sceneof sceneof
of a pretty tea given yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon by the members of section five of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Ladles Aid society of the First FirstMethodist FirstMethodist F1rtMethodist
Methodist church Autumn leaves and andflowers andfiouers andflowers
flowers were effectively combined in the thedecorations thedecoraUona thedecorations
decorations throughout the rboms Six Sixteen Sixteen Sixteen ¬
teen guests were present during the theafternoon 111eafternoon theafternoon
afternoon and Mrs Brown was assist assisted
ed In receiving by her mother Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge Irs IrsGeorge
George S Smith SmithA
A parcel shower was given last night nightat
at the home of Miss Eunice Golding Goldingthe
the guest of honor being Miss Leone LeoneEdmonds LeoneEdmondiJ LeoneEdmonds
Edmonds a November bride A cluny clunylace clul1 clul1lac13 clunylace
lace cloth over yellow satin covered the thedining thedining thedining
dining table which wns decorated with witha
a mound of yellow chrysanthemums chry anthemums as asa asit asa
a centerpiece In the parlors and re reception receptlon reception ¬
ception hall autumn leaves wera werabanked werabanked verabanked
banked about the rooms with clusters clustersof
of the yellow chrysanthemums chry enthemums planed planedhere pla placedhere ed edhere
here and there Miss Emma Gelding Goldingand Golrllnand
and Miss Myrtle Jack assisted the host hostess hostess hostess ¬
ess in serving Music and games were wereenjoyed wereenjoyed wereenjoyed
enjoyed during the evening eveningIra
Ira D Wines and Mrs Elizabeth ElizabethEichnor EUzabethEichnor ElizirbethElchnor
Eichnor were married last night at the thelome thehome thehome
home of Mrs Eichnor 280 H street by bythe b bthe bythe
the Rev Francis Uurgette Short The Theceremony Theceremony Theceremony
ceremony was a quiet one and only the thevery th thvery thevery
very close Jce friends of Mrs Kichnor and andMr audMr andMr
Mr Wines were present They left Im Immediately immediately Immediately ¬
mediately for or California which tate stacehey tatethey taethey
they will tour by automobile for about aboutwo abouttwo abouttwo
two wo months leaving then for Honolulu Honolulufor
for or about two months returning to toSalt toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake about March 1 L They will willmake willmake willmake
make their future home here hereMrs hereMrs hereMrs
Mrs Eichnor is well known In Salt SaltLake SaItLake SaltLake
Lake and In many parts of Utah She Shevas Shewas Shewas
was the widow of Dennis J > C Etchnor Etchnorvho Elchnorwho Eicbnorwho
who died several years ago The mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage is the culmination of a happy lit Iltlo little littie
tie lo romance which started last winter winterluring winterduring winterduring
during the session of the legislature legislatureMrs
Mrs Eichnor who held a responsible responsibleposition responsibleposltlon responsibleposition
position in the senate met Mr Wines Wineswhose WInewhose Wincewhose
whose home is in Lehl Close friends friendsoon friendssoon friendssoon
soon became aware of the mutual In Inerest interest intorest
erest which increased and ended In the theisppy thehappy thehappy
happy union last night nightMr nightMr
Mr Wines is president of the Utah Utahtanking UtahBanking UtahBanking
Banking company which has banks In InLehl InLehl InLehi
Lehl American Fork Park City and andeveral an1several andseveral
several other Utah cities The policy policyf
nf f the company will be directed from fromSalt fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake La e in the future and Mr Wines WinesAill WIneswlll Wineswill
Aill take up the work here upon his
return though he has handled handl d Un Unbanking thubanking thtbanking
banking houses from Lehl in the past pastHe pastHe pastlie
He Is alsoa als a alarge large owner of sheep In Interests interests Interests ¬
terests both In Utah and Nevada NevadaThe Nev NevgdaThe da dat
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The home of Mr and Mrs W P FRead PRead PEead
Read was tho scene of a pretty wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding that took place yesterday yesterdaywhen yesterdaywhentheir when whentheir whentheir
their daughter Erma became the bride brideof brideof
of Victor P Felt The ceremony was wasperformed wasperformed wasperformed
performed at 8 oclock by Judge Alex Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
ander McMaster in the the1JJesence presence pf the theimmediate theimmediate theImmediate
immediate relatives of the bridal cou couple couple coupie ¬
ple Following this a large reception receptionto
to about 150 guests was held A color colorscheme colorscheme colorscheme
scheme of Myellow yellow was earned out in the thedecorations thedecorations thedecorations
decorations quantities of yellow blos blossoms blossoms bIossoms ¬
soms being used throughout the rooms roomsThe roomsThe roomsThe
The bright tinted autumn leaves were werealso werealso werealso
also used with pretty effect Miss MissViolet MissViolet MissViolet
Violet Nott preside at the punch bowl bowland bowland bowland
and those assisting la me dining room roomwere roomwere roomwere
were the Misses Gwen and Geneva GenevaKnowlton GenevKnowlton GeneveKnowlton
Knowlton Mrs D C Coulam Mrs P PC PC PC
C Edmonds and Miss Minnie Brown BrownMusic BrownMusic BrownMusic
Music was rendered tnroughout the theevening theevening theevening
evening by the Hawaiian Troubadours TroubadoursA
A charming gown of white chiffon over overtaffeta overtaffeta overtaffeta
taffeta was worn by tne bride The Thegown Thegown Thegown
gown was trimmed In silk bands and andpearl andpearl andpearl
pearl trimmings and a head dress of olpearls ofpearls ofpearls
pearls was worn The bridal bouquet bouquetwas
was of white bride roses in hower ef effect effeet offeet ¬
feet After a wedding trip of two weeks weeksMr weeksIr weeksMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Felt will be at home in inthe inthe inthe
the Cummings apartments apartmentsA
A wedding of yesterday was that of olMisa ofMiss ofMLss
Miss Estelle Margetts and T H Burt Burtthe Burtthe Burtthe
the ceremony being performed p at high highnoon highnoon highnoon
noon In the temple A reception to toabout toabout toabout
about 100 guests was given In the even evening evenIng evenIng ¬
ing at the home of tho brides aunt auntMra auntMr auntMrs
Mrs John H Evans in fuse ± me street The Theparlor Theparlor Theparlor
parlor was beautifully decorated in Jnpink inpink inpink
pink cosmos and daisies combined with withferns withferns withferns
ferns while a color scheme of red was wascarried wascarried wascarried
carried out in the dining room with red reddahlias reddahllas reddahlias
dahlias used in profusion White cos cosmos COlmos cosmos ¬
mos and chrysanthemums were w re used usedthroughout usedthroughout usedthroughout
throughout the parlors Mrs Evans Evanswas Evanswag Evanswas
was assisted in receiving by Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs F C Margetts and Mr and Mrs MrsT
T H Burt The bride wore a beautiful beautifulgown beautifulgown beautifulgown
gown of white silk and carried a ashower ashower ashower
shower bouquet t of white roses After Aftera
a wedding wed < 1lng trip of two weeks in Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land Mr and Mrs Burt will make their thciihome theirhome theirhome
home In Salt Lake LakeA
v J
A home wedding of Wednesday was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that of Mias Gertrude Kelly and Wil William WIlllam Wil11am ¬
liam H White which took place at the thehome thehome thehome
home of the brides parents Mr and andMrs an anMrs andMrs
Mrs A H Kelly in First West street streetThe streetTho streetThe
The ceremony was performed at atoclock atoclock i ioclock
oclock by Bishop Charles Margetts in inthe Inthe n nthe
the presence of about seventyfive seventyfiveguests seventyfiveuests seventyfiveguests
guests uests A reception followed the cere ceremony ceremony ceremony ¬
mony The house was beautifully deco decorated decoralro decorated ¬
rated throughout with a profusion of oiflowers of11owers offlowers
flowers carnations and cosmos being beingcharmingly beingcharmingly beingcharmingly
charmingly combined with palms and andferns andferns andferns
ferns in the decorations In the dining diningroom diningroom diningroom
room a bowl of pink and white carna carnations carnations curnations ¬
tions formed the table centerpiece and andpink andpink andpink
pink tulle extended from the chandelier chandelierto
to the four corners of the table where whereit
it was caught in huge butterfly bows bowsTho bowsThe bowsThe
The bridal couple stood In the parlor parlorunder parlorunder parlorunder
under a canopy of asparagus plumosih plumosihferns plumoslrferns plumosisferns
ferns thickly studded with pink and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white cosmos Quantities of palms and andcut andcut andcut
cut flowers were placed about therooms the thprooms therooms
rooms During the evening a delightful delightfulmusical deUghtrulmusical delightfulmusical
musical program was rendered those thosegiving thollegiving thosegiving
giving selections being Hugh Dougall DougallHorace DougallHorace
Horace Ensign Miss Irene Kelly and andJohn amIJohn andJohn
John Summerhays The brldewho was wasunattended wasunattended wasunattended
unattended wore a gown of white silk silkmull silkmull silkmull
mull over taffeta trimmed in pearl or ornaments ornaments ornaments ¬
naments Her bouquet was a shower showereffect showereffect showereffect
effect of the white bride roses After Att r
Nov 15 Mr and Mrs White wilt be b at athome athome athome
home in the Lcflic apartments apartmentsMrs
Mrs E E Martin entertained a few fewfriends fewfriends fewfriends
friends at an Informal dinner party partygiven partgiven partygiven
given at her home in B street last even eveiing eveniug eveutug
tug The hostess was assisted by Mra MraJessie MrsJessie MraTessie
Jessie Little Misses Averdaand AlverdaandEthc1 AlverdaandEthc1Martin Ethel EthelMartin
Martin A cut glass bowl of f pink and anJwhite andwhite cmiwhite
white cosmos graced the center of the thetable thetable thetable
table and covers were w re laid for six sixguests sIxguests sixguests
guests guestsMiss guestsMiss guestsMiss
Miss Lillian Riser and Miss Evelyn EvelynGartside EvelynGartside EvelynGarteide
Gartside have issued invitations for a alarge alarge alarge
large Halloween party to be given Sat Saturday Saturday Satunlay ¬
urday evening Oct 30 at the home of ofMiss ofMiss ofMiss
Miss Gartside In Seventh avenue avenueMrs avenueMrs avenueMrs
Mrs George Bacon will entertain with witha
a party to be given Saturday evening eveningat
at her home In U street streetDr streetI streetDr
Sc ScDr > I <
Dr and Mrs A E Rykert formerly formerlyof
of this city and now of Paris arrived arrivedyesterday arrivedyesterday arrivedyesterday
yesterday for a short visit with friends friendsThe friendsThe friendsThe
The general meeting of the Ladies LadiesLiterary LadiesLiterary LadiesLiterary
Literary club will be held tomorrow at atthe atthe atthe
the club rooms Next week the pro program program program ¬
gram arranged for the fifth Friday In Inthe Inthe inthe
the month Presidents day will be begiven begiven begiven
given Instead on Thursday afternoon afternoonOct
Oct 28 A musical program will be begiven begiven begiven
given followed by a reception to Mrs MrsPhillip MrsPhlllip MrsPhillip
Phillip Moore the National Federation Federationpresident Federationpresident Federationpresident
president who will visit in Salt Lake LakeWednesday LakeWednesday LakeWednesday
Wednesday and Thursday of next week weekBishop weekBishop
Ie IeBishop
Bishop Benjamin Brewster will willpreach wlUpreach willpreach
preach at both the morning and even evenIng evenIng ovening
Ing services of St Marks cathedral next nextSunday nextSunday nextSunday
Sunday morning1 morning1Mrs mornlnMrs morninMrs
i > t
Mrs Richard Savage left Wednesday
evening ev n1ng for the Savage ranch ranchin ch In Wyom Wyoming Wyoming WyomIng ¬
ing
Mrs Elmo Smith SmlthwUl will leave Ieaviext next week weekfor weekfor weekfor
for Iowa and other eastern points and andwill andwUl andwill
will probably remain In the east ast until untilafter untllafter untilafter
after the holidays holidaysMr
Mr and Mrs Arthur James will leave leavethe leavethe leavethe
the first of November for Los Angeles Angeleswhere Angeleswhere Angeleswhere
where they expect to visit for about aboutthree aboutthree aboutthree t
three months monthsAir monthsIr monthsMr
Air Ir and Mrs Lawrence Sellstrom and andfamily andfamily andfamily
family of Idaho have come to Salt Lake Laketo
to reside and are now at home In the theAnnex theAnnex theAnnex
Annex apartments apartmentsDr
e
Dr and Mrs D Moore Lindsay re returned returned returned ¬
turned Tuesday from an extended visit visitin visitIn
in England and are temporarily at athome athome athome
home at the Knutsford hotel Dr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Lindsay expect to be located In Intheir Intheir intheir
their own home in East South Temple Templestreet Templestreet Templestreet
street next week weekA
A beautiful centerpiece has been pre presented presented proseated ¬
sented by Walkers store to the ladles ladlesof
of St Marks guild for their bazaar bazaarwhich bazaarwhich bazaarwhich
which will be held In December the thedonation thedonation thedonation
donation being obtained through the thekindness thekindness thekindness
kindness of J H Belfus BelfusCharles BeltusCharles BelfusCharles
Charles H Holmes who has been a aguest aguest aguest
guest at the home of his uncle Joseph JosephYoung JosephYoung JosephYoung
Young for several weeks left Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day for his home in Chicago ChicagoMr ChicagoMr
Mr and Mrs H W Dupaix have re returned returned returned ¬
turned from their wedding trip and are arenow arenow arenow
now at home at 776 South Eighth East Eaststreet Eaststreet Eaststreet
street streetMrs streetMrs
3JC 3j 7C 7CMrs
Mrs Joseph Young and Mrs Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth ¬
beth Bonnemort will go to Ogden to today today today ¬
day to attend the large bridge party to tobe tobe tobe
be given by Mrs Fitzgerald this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonThe noonThe noonThe
The marriage of Miss Laura Dyer of ofSanford ofSanford ofSanford
Sanford and Asa C Graham of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake took place at the home of the thebride thebride thebride
bride in Sanford last week
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consider it a duty to inform you what whatCutlcura whatCutlcura whatCutioura
Cutlcura has done for me About Abouttwelve Abouttwelve Abouttwelve
twelve years ago I contracted an erup eruption eruption eruption ¬
tion of the scalp a alp consisting of small smallpimples sm emailpimples U Upimples
pimples about the size of a pinhead pinheadwhich pinheadwhlch pinheadwhich
which filled after a few days with pus pusand pusand puaand
and which hurt tremendously I tried tnedeverything triedeverything triedeverything
everything but in vain Fin Finally ly I Iwashed IWAShed Iwashed
washed my head with sulphur and ap applied apJlied applied ¬
plied a carbolic ointment After a few fewdays feways fewdays
days ays the pimples disappeared only to tocome tocome tocome
come back again in a week This I Isuffered Isuffered IBuffered
suffered for ten rows and then I saw sawan sawan sawan
an advertisement in the paper of the thewonderful thewonderful thewonderful
wonderful cures by Cutioura I bought boughta
a cake of Cuticura Soap a box of Cuti Cuticura Cuticura Cuticura
cura Ointment and a bottle of Cuticura CuticuraPills CuticuraPills CuticuraPills
Pills and after three weeks I had used usedonly usedonly usedonly
only half the Soap and Ointment and andmr andmy andmy
my head was as clean as ever before beforeAfter beforeAfter beforeAfter
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lurprising rlsing how it improved improvedMr
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and Ointment for scales on the scalp and andafter andafter andalter
after having used them three times her herhead herhead herhead
head was clear and the hair became as ascoft assott assoft
soft and fine as silk Since then she sheuses sheuses sheuses
uses nothing but Cuticura Soap for forluiampooing forahampoofng forihampoolng
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Cuticura Soap for shampooing I no noticed notIced noticed ¬
ticed that my hands which almost al always ale aleways alI ¬
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dressed wood lime and stone became becamewhite becamewhite becamewhite
white and velvety Formerly I used usedglycerine usedclcerine usedglycerine
glycerine but one nights treatment treatmentwith treatmentmth treatmentwith
with Cuticura Soap and Ointment does doesmore doesmore doesmore
more for my hands than a weeks treat treatment treatment treatmeat ¬
ment with glycerine I hope all suf suffering sutferingpeople suffering ¬
fering feringpeople people will at least try the Cuti Cutioura CutiIura Cuticura ¬
oura Remedies Herman Becker Fi Fifield Fi1ield Flgeld
field VIs November 9 1908 1908Millions 1908MilUons 1908Millions
Millions of women throughout the thaworld theWorld theworld
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will bring you bargain results Most all of the theHorses theHorses theHorses
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bought and sold in this way Because this paper papergoes papergoes papergoes
goes to a good class of ofb business siness men menlittIe little Want WantAds WantI WantAds
I Ads of this nature bring results in the quickest quickestmanner quickestmanner fi fimanner
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Special Stockholders Meeting MeetingIn
In compliance with the provisions of ofsection ofeection ofsection
section 326 3 chapter 1 title 14 of the theCompiled theComplled theCompiled
Compiled Laws of Utah 1991 the under undersigned undersigned undersigned ¬
signed stockholders of the Maxfield Min Mining Mm Mming llnIng ¬
ing company a corporation organized organizedand
and existing under the laws of Utah Utahwith Utahwith Utahwith
with its principal office at Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCft jjeCity
City Cft Utah U hereby call a special meet meeting meetJag meetlag ¬
Jag of the stockholders of said company companyto
to be held on Saturday Nev 13 1909 at atp
2 p m at the office of B F Bauer 42 42West 42West 4ZWest
West Second South street Salt Lake LakeCity Lakectty LakeCity
City Utah for the purpose of electing ettfngtwo lwtingtwo
two directors to fill the vacanciag caused causedby causedby causeiby
by the deaths of George W Emerypresident Emerypresident Emery Emerypresident
president and director and nd H P Hen Henderson Henderson ¬
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If where you work and nd how howmuch howmUQh howmmiii
much you are paid are ar im important Important important ¬
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INSTRUCTORS TO 10STUDYENGLISH TOSTUDY
STUDY STUDYENGLISH STUDYENGLISHTwo ENGLISH ENGLISHTwo
Two Extension Courses Will Be BeOpened BeOpened BeOpened
Opened at University Universityof
of Utah UtahIn
In response to a call made by the theteachers theteachers theteachers
teachers and principals of the city cityschools cityschools cityschools
schools the department of English at atthe atthe atthe
the University of Utah has opened two twoextension twoextension twoextension
extension courses In English One course coursewill coursew111 coursewill
will be In European literature and will willbe wUlbe willbe
be a study of the notable works of the themiddle themiddle themiddle
middle ages The first works to be bestudied bestudied bestudied
studied will be those of Dante Ae thetlrst Aefirst lhefirst
first meeting at which the course will willbe willbe 111 111be
be discussed will be held at the Lafay Lafayette Lafayette Lafayette ¬
ette school this afternoon at 4 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The regular times of meeting may then thenbe thenbe thenbe
be changed to Saturday morning The Theclass Theclal8 Theclass
class will be under the direction of Pro Professor Professor Professor ¬
fessor G M Marshall MarshallThe lIar MarshallThe hall hallThe
The second course which will be un under under under ¬
der the direction of Professor F W WReynolds WReynolds WReynolds
Reynolds will be on recent American Americanand
and English literature Professor Reyn Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds ¬
olds will 111 be assisted by Professors T TArnoldson TArnoldson TArnoldson
Arnoldson A B Roberts and L L But Butler1 Butler Butler ¬
ler lerIn
In these courses a fee of 10 will wlUbe wlUbecharged be becharged becharged
charged The Incidental fee of 5 which whichis
is required of all students this year will willnot willnot willnot
not be required of the students in this thiscourse thiscourse thiscourse
course Those who register however howevermay howevermay howevermay
may take advantage of the 5 fee If Ifthey Ifthey ifthey
they wish to and will bo given admis admission admission admission ¬
sion cards to all of the university ac activities activities cctivities ¬
tivities
JUVENILE COURT COURTJUDGE COURTJUDGEEXPLAINS
JUDGE JUDGEEXPLAINS JUDGEEXPLAINSStatement UPLAINS UPLAINSStatement
Statement Is Made by Judge JudgeMcMaster JudgeMcMaster JudgeMcMaster
McMaster Regarding State StateAppropriations StateAppropriations StateAppropriations
Appropriations AppropriationsAlexander
Alexander McMaster Judge of the ju juvenile juvenile juvenue ¬
venile court takes exception to the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement made in the newspapers re recently recently recently ¬
cently by Game Warden Chambers con concerning concerning concerning ¬
cerning the comparative valbe and ex expenses expenses expensos ¬
penses of the Juvenile court and the thestate thestate thestate
state game and fish commission Judge JudgeMcMaster JudgeMcMaster JudgeMcMaster
McMaster said saidWhile saidWhile saidWhile
While I am not desiring to enter into intoany Intoany intoany
any controversy with the fish and game gamewarden gamewarden gamewarden
warden respecting the appropriations appropriationsfor
for fish and game I would like to reply replybriefly replybriefly replybriefly
briefly to his statement made to a news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper last evening that I had my wires wirescrossed wirescrossed wirescrossed
crossed when I stated that nearly three threetimes threetimes threetimes
times as much was appropriated for fish fishand fishand fishand
and game as for children For the bene benefit benefit benefit ¬
fit of Mr Chambers and all others if ifthere ifthere
there be any others who think the state statehas statehas
has made no appropriation recently for forthe
the protection of fish and game I cite citethem citethem
them to chapter 114 section 1 page pa e 244 244of 244of 244of
of the session laws of 1909 which state statein
in so many figures that 62000 was ap appropriated appropriated appropriated ¬
propriated for that purpose by the last lastlegislature lastlegislature lastlegislature
legislature legislatureMr
Mr Chambers seems to have the im impression Impression impression ¬
pression that I was criticising the legis legislature legislature legislature ¬
lature for making so large an appro appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
priation for fish and game whereas as asa Asa s sa
a matter of fact I think the amount amountstated amountstated amountstated
stated none too large and the cause a amost amost amost
most commendable one What was said saidwas saidwas saidwas
was not because I love fish and game gameless gameless gtmeless
less but because I love children more moreIt moreIt moreIt
It Is gratifying to know that the thebranch thebranch thebranch
branch of the state government over overwhich overwhich overwhich
which Mr Chambers so ably presides is isselfsupporting Isselfsupporting isselfsupporting
selfsupporting And yet in my Judg Judgment Judgment judgment ¬
ment If the Juvenile court has turned turnedone
one boy from evil to good ways and andmade andmade andmade
made a useful citizen of what might mightwithout mightwithout mightwithout
without its aid have become a criminal criminalit
it has done more for the state than fish fishand fishand fishand
and game will ever do though the in income Income income ¬
come in dollars and cents from that thatsource thatsource thatsource
source exceeds the appropriation a hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred fold
WAR VETERANS TO HOLD HOLDBILLY HOLDBILLY
BILLY EDWARDS ED VARDS FUNERAL FUNERALFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of ofComrade ofComrade ofComrade
Comrade Billy Edwards will be held heldon
on Sunday Oct 24 at 2 oclock p m mat mat mat
at the funeral chapel of the S D Evans EvansUndertaking EvansUndertaking EvansUndertaking
Undertaking company 48 South State Statestreet Statestreet Statestreet
street All SpanishAmerican war vet veterans veterans vetcrans ¬
erans are requested to attend The In Interment interment Interment ¬
terment will be made in the Spanish SpanishWar SpanishVal SpanishWar
War Veterans plot at atthe the city cemetery
CHARGED WITH MURDER MURDERMonterey MURDERMonterey MURDERMonterey
Monterey Cal Oct 20 toMelvllle toMelvllleBagley 20MelvIlleBagley Melville MelvilleBagley
Bagley formerly employed as bell boy boyat boyat boyat
at tho Hotel Del Monte started for forHayden forHayden forHayden
Hayden Leslie county Kentucky to today today today ¬
day in charge of Sheriff Nanch and a adeputy adeputy adeputy
deputy to answer to a charge of mur murder murder murder ¬
der It is alleged that Bagley killed killedJohn killedJohn killedJohn
John Sizemore and wounded Sillar Size Sizemore SIzemore Sizemore
more at the Baptist church in Hayden HaydenHe
He Is said tn have confessed

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