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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, April 23, 1910, Section One, Image 5

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SECTION ONE THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY APRIL 23 1910 5
l SOCIETY
TODAYS EVENTS
v Mrs W F Jensen will entertain 0
v thIs afternoon wIth a bridge tea In 0
4 compliment to Mrs C A Quigley <
< > who soon leaves for a European 0
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C > The Regimental Bridge club 0
< S > meets this evening in the post 0
V hall at Fort Douglas The hosts 9
< > and hostesses of the evening are 0
3 > Captain and Mrs Willis Ullne v
< 3j > Lieutenant and Mrs C E Reese 0
< 3S > Lieutenant and Mrs G P Stall v
< i > man Lieutenant and Mrs H L < S >
< g > Walthall v
< s > 0
< > Miss Colborne will entertain the 0
< t > numbers of the second academic 0
< j > class this afternoon with a num
ty her of invited guests at a party in v
< i > Emigration canyon The party 0
< > will number about sixty and will 0
< > lrave at 430 oclock on the car for 0
< i > Fort Douglas from where they v
< > will walk to the Emigration can v
v yon Inn where a trout supper will v
< i > be enjoyed at 530 oclock Dane v
< > ing on the verandas will follow In 0
O the evening 0
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< i > The local chapter of the Amer 0
< > Jean Womans league will meet v
< t this afternoon at 3 oclock In the 0
v parlors of the Kenyon hotel An 0
< S > interesting program will be pre 0
< i > sented Mrs Annie Adams Kls 0
o kadden will give select readings e
o and Instrumental and vocal mu v
00 steal numbers will be given A 0
v paper will be read by Mr Lewis 0
< t > Promises Past Present and Fu 0
< g > ture A delegation to the na 0
< g > tional convention In St Louis will < J
o be selected 0
4 Mrs Harry M Cushing and 0
< j > Mrs E C McCullow will enter 0
o tain this afternoon In honor of 0
o Mrs Flora E Sinclair worthy 0
0 grand matron O E S at the 0
0 home of Mrs Cushing 465 Second 0
avenue v
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o The Browning section of the 0
4S > Ladles Literary club will meet v
< S > this afternoon with Miss Qual 0
< S > trough 3510 South Seventh East C
< > street 0
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< b Miss Lucille Price will enter v
o tain this evening at a kitchen 0
< shower in honor of Miss Daisy 0
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Amid a wealth of spring blossoms
two of Salt Lakes popular young peo
ple Miss Alta Rawlins and John Jen
sen were married last evening at the
home of the brides parents Mr and
Mrs J L Rawlins in the Sharp apart
ments Judge T D Lewis performed
the ceremony in the presence of the
families and the close friends of the
contracting parties at 830 oclock A
stringed orchestra furnished the mu
sic of the evening playing the Lohen
grin Bridal Chorus as the party took
their places in the comer of the parlor
under a bower of apple blossoms and
white lilacs The color scheme In pink
and white was artistically carried out
in all of the appointments Masses of
pink and white fruit blossoms banked
the mantels and vases of rosecolored
sweet peas and carnations were placed
throughout the rooms In the dining
room pink roses and sweet peas were
used in charming effect where the
lights were softly shaded In rose color
Mrs w W Ray sister of the bride
presided In the dining room assisted
by Miss Traddles Patterson Miss Ma
mie Sappington Miss Florence Culmer
and Miss Bernice Baley The young
bride was charming in a handsome
gown of white crepe de chine made en
train richly trimmed with pearl pas
samenterle She also wore sprays of
orange blossoms A shower bouquet
of brides roses completed the bridal
toilet Miss Helen Letchfield wore a
dainty bridesmaids costume consist
Ing of a white embroidered gown and
pink chiffon overdress with a shower
bouquet of rosecolored sweet peas
Harold B Stephens attended Mr Jei >
sen as best man
Mr and Mrs Rawlins received the
guests who numbered fifty or more
all of whom were friends of the fair
young bride who had watched her
grow up from childhood Mr and Mrs
Jensen will make their home in Salt
Lake and will be at home to their
friends later
Mrs Clarence Smullyan was the
hostess yesterday afternoon at a de
lightful progressive bridge party given
in honor of her sister Miss Rose WIl
ensky of Atlanta Ga and Miss Stella
Cohn In anticipation of her leaving
soon to spend the summer months
abroad The pleasant apartments of
Mrs Smullyan in the Bungalow were
beautifully decorated with palms and
apple blossoms in profusion which
formed the background In the dining
room where yellow was the prevailing
tone A mound of yelow tulips graced
the center of the table which was
lighted by crystal candelabra and
lights shaded in the same color while
the ices moulded In the form of yellow
roses and the bonbons carried out the
details In the shades of yellow Mrs
Leon Sweet assisted the hostess in en
tertaining Eight tables of tho gam
were filled with players with other In
vited guests coming In for tea The
score cards bore sketches of ocean
steamers In compliment to Miss Cohn
and also the monogram of the hostess
In gold Two guest prizes were given
They were cameo stick pins and the
prizes won in the progressive game
were silver filigree toilet articles
Ii i I A delightful evening was spent Wed
I nesday at the home of Mrs 5K John
I son on the occasion of a bundle shower
given in honor of Miss Sadie Burt one
of the spring brides The rooms were
prettily decorated in the lavender and
lilac shades Different games were
played In which the many friends
present joined The prizes were won
by the Misses Jennie Cooke r ances
Budd Birdie Archer and Ethel Rrown
Mrs E M West entertained the
members of the Friday Luncheon club
yesterday in a charming manner at her
home The table was prettily decorat
ed in apple blossoms Small fancy
baskets of the spring flowers were
placed for each guest where the place
cards were hand painted The prize
in the game which followed was won by
Mrs M A Peters The club will meet
In two weeks with Mrs W W Rivers
in the Smith apartments
An afternoon of song was enjoyed
Friday by a large number of the sum
mer school patrons and friends Besides
the school songs which showed the de
velopment of the song from note sing
Ing to the finished product of harmony
and sweetness many folk songs and
the national airs were sung Among
those that were especially appreciated
were Kentucky Home Just Before
the Battle Mother Tenting To
night and Home Sweet Home It
is good to know that these old songs
are being revived in the schools and
If all the public school children sing
them with as much accuracy and spirit
as do the summer pupils great credit
Is due the music department Refresh I
ments were served after the program
and an informal reception was held
Mrs Edith M Richardson left
Thursday for New York whence she
will sail later for an extended Eu
ropean trip to be absent several
months
Mr and Mrs E Hawxhurst have for
their guests Mrs C H Ingram and
daughter of Eau Claire Wisconsin
and Wlliam Hawxhurst of Wenatchee
Wash
Mrs J W Eaklns Miss Edith
Thompson and Mrs F S Luff gave a
linen shower yesterday afternoon at
Mrs Luffs home 195 F street in honor
of Miss Irene Williams whose mar
riage to G A Pursell will take place
the latter part of this month
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Sewing Machines
mAchines Do more
The Ideal family sewing <
kind A of fiswinf than mi other make do it cfiiCFt
q is eriadi bcttfir And lust 3 litfrtlnie We carry I
aTSmnlflte stock M well u repairs for every
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FRAMES
For a suitable and Inexpensive
gift think or picture frames Al
ways acceptable
In sterling we have a splendid
line at 50c 100 150 200 250
and up
Phone 65
for the Cor
nnaxsa rect Time
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Womens Department
Special Sale
Every tailored wool suit every
tailored wool and silk coat in the
house
13 Off
Our Regular Price
This is equal to OneHalf Off of the aver
age stores prices No soiled samples but
all fresh this seasons styles
Ve quote a few prices showing the saving
to you by buying in this sale
5000 Suit for 3335
4500 Suit for 3000
3500 Suit for x 2335
3000 Suit for 2000
2500 Suit for 1670
2250 Suit for 1500
Womens department closes at 6 oclock
Saturday evening
Gray Bros Co
258 South Main St
7
Store Closes at 6 p m TodayDo Your Shopping EarlySee Our Windows for Bargains
maser sw r r r r 0q r r or
Hand Embroidered Welsh Rarebit
Sofa Pillow Covers Served Free Here
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For Saturdays selling a score of them in the Today
art department washable covers pleasingly de
signed Through the courtesy of Armour r Co Chicago
we are today serving FREE to our patrons
185 Values Today at 110 4 Phones Bell Exchange 22 yea 127 Welsh Rarebit t Its fine Today in the cen
225 Values Today at 145 Call all departments ter aisle near the exchange desk its free
Walkers Millinery Leads Jn Style Variety and Price
r a moo
New Hats for Saturdays
I Many e Selling L Y
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i Women who are in search of stylish millinery should visit here TODAY Just in
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r ti by express a big shipment of the very latest creations brought forward ready for to tr
days exhibit Theyre the smartest styles youve ever seen so becoming with the
graceful lines and curves New Sailors new tailored Hatsin various shapes and
it sizes of charming effect Countless exquisite creations from which to select This
exhibit for today is simply superb never in seasons heretofore have the women of tr fQ
this city been offered so artistic an array of original and imported models
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Extraordinary Hat Special Today 500
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Today in the millinery department a score of new spring adaptations at
500 entirely new and original designs produced in the past few days in our T he Greatest
See our extraordinary own work rooms See these charming creations today You will appreciate the 500 Hat
extraordinary values Special for Saturday only 500 values
500 Hat values today
ever offered
Today Winds Up the Big Silk Dress and Waist
SaleBest Bargains Anywhere
The greatest garment event of the year thats what this sale has proven to benot only in the great number of attendants but in the extra
values as well Each day seems to create new interest as our customers tell their friends of the remarkable savings Today we expect equally as
large a crowd as in the beginning of the sale as there are a great number of good values for the final cleanup Stylish Silk Dresses and Waists at
half and less than half actual value Come todayDont miss it
Girls 9 Wash Dresses ab 250 ifo 50 Petticoats
Some Exceptional Bargains Today Choice 169
A line of ladies Heatherbloom Petticoats in colors of rose
For Saturday 295 t reseda catawba sage green red brown 18inch flounce
° a finished in tucks and ruffles Regular values < e
For today weve collected together dozens of beautiful wash ° ° ° 1 250 to 350 On sale today only r f1 e 69
dresses at way below regular value t including many Linens 1 i
Eepps Chambray imported fancy Sateens Anderson Childrens White Muslin
Ginghams colors pink blue tans rose and white plain a
colors and figuredsome hand embroidered high neck ° Y ° ° Drawers Today We
others Dutch neck effects These were slightly soiled from
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handling hence the deep reductions sizes from 4 to 14 A big line in all sizes from 1 to 12 years good quality mus
years 1 i lin fine tucks and hemmed Special today 10
the pair
650 to 95
Regular 21 i7 Childrens DrawersAnother line trimmed with embroid
1000 Values at ery edges ruffles and tucks sizes from 1 to 12 19c
years good quality muslin Special the pair
600 and 700 All Make this your Store for Shoe Buying Today
With our general large assortments of uptotheminute footwear we offer for Saturday shoppers
three remarkably good bargains in Womens Childrens and Misses Oxfords
Wool Boys Suits
500 and 600 Womens Oxfords 395
n at 495 A line of Womens Black and Tan Patent and Gun Metal Oxfords mostly in narrow widths fr 9 95
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sold regular at 500 and 600 the pair to close out Saturdpy they go at pair y5O j
Misses and Childrens Oxfords at a Discount of 25
g Ordinarily our juvenile clothing de Onefourth off on childrens shoes is a big saving r
i partment offers good values I but In on Weve new spring a big footwear shoe record especially to beat over last year and
to make the sales reach the highest possible notch we
today selling we have an unusual offer from our regular prices all misses and childrens
surprise for mothers who bring oxfords The at line 25 Is per very cent extensive discount TODAY Including ONLY many pretty
their boys here Nobby allwool styles in black tan patent and kid leathers
100 Children Oxfords 75c t
suits in shades 150 Children Oxfords 11f
in many new including
i f 200 Children Oxfords 130 y
tans and greys sizes from 2 12 to And so on
° 17 years Regular 600 and 700 500 Womens Oxfords 295 r
values Your Such values as these are usually snapped up hurriedly so
early Womens oxfords patent leathers
4 95 we say come
40 1 choice e colored suede tops welt soles and Cuban heels 295
regular 500 values on sale Friday the pair p iJJ
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BEST SUGAR FOR TEA AND COffEE
BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
HOTEL MEN Will BE
BETODAY
ENTERT AINEO TODAY
Commercial Club Committee Makes
Preparations to Give Bonifaces
Fine Reception
About 175 prominent eastern hotel
men will spend a big portion of
today In Salt Lake stopping off
here en route from the National Hotel
Mens convention held recently In Los
Angeles The New England and New
York Hotel Mens Mutual Benefit as
sociation will be represented by a large
number and there will be about twenty
bonifaces from Chicago in the party I
Preparations for according the visiting
hotel men a warm reception have been
made by local hotel men and the Com
mercial club and every minute of their
stay In Salt Lake wil be full of inter
est rwo special trains will bring the
landlords to Salt Lake while the Chi
cago delegation will arrive on a spe
cial car on one of the regular trains
All are expected to be here by 8 or 830
oclock this morning
The visiting hotel men will be met at
the Denver Rio Grande station by
representatives of the Commercial club
and local hotel men with automobiles
for a trip to Fort Douglas Returning
the street cars will convey the visitors
to the Saltalr depot where a special
rain will be in waiting to take them to
altalr Beach This train leaves at
I 30 oclock The return will be made
so as to bring the visitors to Salt Lake
at 1145 Autos will be waiting to con
vey the hotel men to the Tabernacle to
hear the noon organ recital after
which there will be an automobile
sightseeing tour of the city winding
up at the Commercial club for luncheon
at 230 >
Mayor John S Bransford will extend
a hearty welcome and there will be
several other addresses including one
by President Joy H Johnson of the
Commercial club Most of the after
noon will be spent at the club and the
visitors will then o depart for the east I
University Notes l
President B S Hinckley of the L D
S U addressed the university students
at chapel yesterday morning
The French circle met at the home of
Miss Gertrude Hartwell at 767 Fifth
avenue last night The program con
sisted of readings and music
Professor A Blain Roberts who for
the past two years has had charge of
the university debating teams has ten
dered his resignation to President J T
Kingsbury He is undecided where he
will go after leaving the university
State Engineer Caleb Tanner ad
dressed the University of Utah en
gineering student yesterday afternoon
The engineering students will leave
today for Garfield to inspect the mills
and smelters
TWO CHILDREN fOUND
Lost Boetcher Boy and Girl Turn Up
at the Home of a Friend
of Parents
Banheit and Anna Boetcher aped 11
and 9 years respectively children of
Mr and Mrs Frederic Boetcher living
at Eleventh West and Sixth North
streets who failed to return from
school Thursday afternoon were recov
ered at 1 oclock yesterday morning
They were at the home of Mrs Eliza
beth Bauer In Center street an ac
quaintance of the family
The children say that they decided to
visit Mrs Bauer Immediately follow
ing the afternoon session at the Onequa
school Mrs Bauer who always has a
supply of Jams and other delicacies
was very attractive to the youngsters
She was delighted to see them and sup
plied them with Mother Goose litera
ture until they became sleepy Ac
cording to Mrs Bauer the boy and girl
Insisted that their parents knew where
they were and would not be worried
So Mrs Bauer prepared beds fQr them
and after a hearty supper they went to >
sleep
When the children were still missing
at 9 oclock last night Mr and Mrs
Boetcher went to the home of Mrs N
P Anderson 536 North Third West
street and called the attention of the
police to the loss of the children Every
patrolman was Instructed to watch for
them and meanwhile the father and
numerous friends went to the Jordan
river fearing that the children had
been drowned
At 1 oclock yesterday morning Mr
Boetcher was informed that the chil
dren were at the home of Mrs Bauer
B S HINCKLEY NAMED AS I
SECRETARY OF GYMNASIUM
Bryant S Hinckley was yesterday
appointed secretary of the new Deseret
gymnasium which Is nearly completed
and will be opened for members some
time in July Other appointments of
physical director and Instructors are yet
to be made Mr Hinckleys nomina
tion to this important position is r nslJ
ered highly satisfactory by his frlenli
and the officials of the L D S r Ia
addition to this office and that of t t
member of the presidency of Libtrt
stake Mr Hinckley is also one of th
general board Y M M I A a mem
ber of the presidency of the L D S r
and principal of the bu tnee college r
the university which position hp has
filled for ten years
MARRIAGE LICENSES
William McArthur and Mabel Nelson
Salt Lake I
Fritz O Erickson Opbir Therea
Tucker Salt Lake

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