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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, May 15, 1910, Society, Music, Image 19

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PAYS OS
Special to The HeraldRepublican i
Payson May HA G Guthlel came
down from Salt Lake Saturday even
ing for a visit with his family
Mrs S B Wilson went to Eureka
Monday
Mrs Alfred Wilson of Salt LaVs Is I
the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs
Joseph Bingham
Dr C T Kendall came over from
Spanish Fork Sunday
Miss Nellie Huish is in Eureka
Mr and Mrs W H Shermer and I
children left Tuesday for a brief visit
through the east I
Miss Lois Wallace teacher in the I
public schools has returned to Salt
Lake
Miss Luau Harper came up from
Nephl Monday t
Tom Householder of Eureka spent
last Sunday In Payson
George Green came down from Eu
reka Sunday i
Mr and Mrs L A Colvin returned I I
from Salt Lake Tuesday
Anna Huntsman left Friday after
noon for her home at Flllmore I
Mr and Mrs Edward STlnons came
down from Thistle Tuesday I
Lamar Cloward entertained Sunday i i
it being his sixth birthday anniver I
sary Mr and Mrs C A Snyder of Spanish t
Fork were in Payson Saturday J
Mrs Elden Fullmer is in Eureka
Angus Muller came down from Eu I
reka Thursday
Mrs Eugene Huish returned to tiehi
Thursday
Mr and Mrs Earn Coombs of Salt
Lake arc here
Mrs Luella Flllmore of Eureka spent
Wednesday In Payson
Miss Marie Roberts of Provo was in
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Payson during the week
Mrs Augusta Coombs Is I the guest
of her daughter Mrs M P E Sulli
van at Eureka
TOOELE
Special to The HeraldRepublican
I
Tooele May HMiss Margaret
OConner went tc Salt Lake the first I
of the week Later she will go to
Seattle to spend several weeks
Mrs Rhynald Thill entertained the I
Ladles club Wednesday afternoon
Bridge whist was played A luncheon
was served Those present were Mrs I
3hynald Thill Mrs J B Macintosh
Mrs Donald Hendry Mrs Warner
Mrs John Woods Mrs Fred Brule
Mrs Edward Groesbeck Mrs V Green
Logan Mrs J B Cooley Mrs William I
Seeley Mrs Howard Wallace Mrs P I I
Lodge Mrs Charles Burke and Mrs
L T Sicka Mrs Samuel Merritt
Mr and Mrs Howard Wallace spent
several days in Salt Lake tihs week
Mr and Mrs Hurbert Groh6skie en
tertained at a Dutch lunch Wednesday
Present were Mr and Mrs Grohoskie
Mr and Mrs J B Skinman Miss Mc
Gill A C Sullivan and C E McGurrin
The firemens hall was given at the
opera house Wednesday
Dr V Green Logan went to Salt
Lake Wednesday
The Ladles club will meet at the
home of Mrs Siena Wednesday
Tuesday evening at Grantsvllle the I
Y L M L A will close their meetings
with an entertainment and program
Miss Hazel Cannon of Salt Lake will
give some vocal selections
Babies were born in Grantsvllle to
the following Mr and Mrs Harvey
Anderson a bay Mr and Mrs Carl
Gustaveson a girl Mr and Mrs Joseph
Brown a boy Mr and Mrs John Jib
Bon a boy
Miss Lillian Rowberdy county su
perintendent of schools was In Tooele
this week
Heber Nielsen of Salt Lake was in
Tooele on Friday
Born to Mr and Mrs J C Orme
May 9 a boy
PARK CITY
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Park City May 14The Womans
Athenaeum held Its annual meeting
Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs
e M Wilson The officers read the
yearly reports and music was fur
nished by Mary Leah and Jack Town
send and Miss Katheryn Cunningham
Miss Alma Berg returned Tuesday
after a visit with Mrs Joseph Kemp at
Bingham
Mrs M J McGill was visiting in
Salt Lake the latter part of the week
Mrs Oscar Forslund Is In Eureka
Miss Mary Leahy entertains the C
V C club Wednesday evening
Mr and Mrs Joseph Kemp enter I
tained at dinner Wednesday evening
Those present were Mr and Mrs Fred
Williams Mrs Lucy Garvin Alma Berg
Lee Talbot and Elwood Garvin
Mrs W J Buck entertained inform I j
ally Monday evening in honor of Mrs i
Fred Smith who leaves Sunday for i
Iowa
The Five Hundred Card club was en
tertained Wednesday at tho home of
Mrs Frank McEwen Mrs F W Sher
man was awarded the club nrlze Those
present were Mesdames r J Beggs
Lee Wight Julius Frankel O C LocK
hart A B Williams John OHara 1
W Sherman Fred Smith IL S Town
send John Welsh Sam Whitely and
A L Bridgland i
SALIVA i
Special to The HeraldRepublican I
Salina May 14Mr and Mrs James I
S Jensen announce the engagement of
their daughter Pearl to Thomas Niel
son The marriage will take placfe
May 1S
Owen Beal of Ephraim who has re
cently returned from a three years
mission to England is a guest at the I
home of his sister Mrs Carl Mattlson I
Mrs Guy Lewis of Richfield has
been a guest at the home of Mr and I
Mrs A J Lewis during the past week
Mr and Mrs C C Conley were the I
recipients of a surprise party during I
the week Mr Conley has been the
principal of the Salina high schools
during the past winter and he with
his family will leave shortly for the
cast
castMrs
Mrs A J Lewis entertained the Ken
sington clu > Monday afternoon <
Mrs Hyrum Jeppson was at Manta
during the week r i
Martin Murphy of Nevada la In I
Salina I
GUNNIee > c
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Gunnlson May HAn interesting
meeting of the W C T U was held at
the home of Mrs A M Christensen
Miss Josle Curtis of Ohio has ar
rived and will remain during the sum
mer
John E Larsen was called from Salt
Lake yesterday to attend the funeral
of his father
Mr and Mrs Aaron Brelnholt of I
Ephraim are at the home of Mr and
Mrs George Halverson I
Mrs Harold Kupoholt of Lark came
to Gunnison yesterday to attend the
funeral of her brother Erick Larsen I
SPANISH FORK I
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Spanish Fork May HMrs Hannah
Hughes and Delila Hughes her daugn
terlnlaw leAt yesterday for Philadel
phia where Joseph Hughes will grad
uate June 7
John Henry Smith was In Spanish
Fork Tuesday
Henry Hicks and Hyrum Slier of
i linton were In this city Tuesday and
v Vdnesday this week
Professor J A Reese of Santaquin
vas In Spanish Fork Friday
Mr and Mrs Hyrum Lemon of Pay
Ron spent a few hours In this city Frl
Say
EPHRAIM
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ephraim May 14Mrs P D Jensen I
entertained the Literary club at the
come of Mrs A W Jensen Monday
afternoon The lecture on the life of I
Abraham Lincoln was continued Mrs
Yank Christensen read a chapter from
he Prince of the House of David I
The next meeting will be held at the I
tome of Mrs Charles Thorpe
Miss Alice Lund was guest of her
ister Mrs J B Henrie of Manti dur
ng the early part of the week
Miss Myrtle Thorpe has returned
rom Freedom
The Misses Ann and LaPriel Wlllard
ton have returned home for the sum
eel
Miss Flora Jones of Salt Lake who
las been teaching school here enter
alned Monday evening at the home of
ilr pnd Mrs Hyrum Thorpe Those
esont were Miss Jessie C Anderson
lisa Patr Anilarscu Miss Dolly Peter
son Katie Olsen Miss Bendetta BeaU
LeoliL Childs and the Misses Cleo
Miss and Pearl Thorpe Messrs Ed Thorpe I
Dorius A J Fricke Arthur An
nay derson Aaron Christianson and Oleon i I
Anderson
I 1
Alec Justensen of Spring City has
been a guest at the home of Mr and
i Mrs Charles Stevens
I Mr and Mrs Jens Mickelson of Manti
were guests at the home of Mr and
Mrs Erastus Willardson Saturday and
Sunday I
Mr and Mrs Aaron Breinholt are I
visiting friends and relatives in Gun
nison this week
Mr and Mrs John Lowry of Manti
were visitors during the week
The Ladles C C C club met Sunday
afternoon at the home of Miss Eva
Bailey A musical program was car
ried out and an interesting lecture
given Miss Sadie Bradley will enter
tain at the next meeting
Mrs Ed Johansen entertained Tues
day afternoon at a tea party Those
present were Mrs Mary C Peterson
Mrs I J Johnson Miss Clara Frant
r
zen Miss Alice Lund and the hostess
Miss Herby Beal was surprised at
her home Monday afternoon in honor
of her birthday Those present were
Callie Rasmussen Miss May Stevens
Mrs Ella Bailey Miss Carrie Bailey
Ilse Bell Olsen Miss Ida Dprjqs i
Sarah Seely Tutle Beal Raphiel Jen
sen and August Jasper Fricke
Mrs Charles Allred entertained Mon
day afternoon in honor of Mrs J W
Mitton of Emmett Ida who is the
guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Peter
Breintiolt
I Wash Belts Corset Cover Embroideries I
lSc An exquisite line of these in 18 to 24inch mdths dain
tiest of barred and plain muslin and French lingerie fab
Splendid I line of white wash
y belts embroidered designs rics open and blind designs very deep embroidery
zigzag stitched effects richest pattern we have shownreduced as follows
and pleated ideas pearl and
i enamel buckles r a great variety 40c values 25c 65c values 50a
of neat ideas actual 25c val 85c values 65o
50o values 35c eves 0
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A SENSATIONAL ATTRACTION FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
500 DOZEN EXQUISITE LINGERIE WAISTS AT
TREMENDOUSLY REDUCED R PRICES MONDAY TUESDAY AND EDNES DAY
In this great three days waist sacrifice we include our entire The selection of styles is the largest and most extensive ever in
stock of over six thousand of the seasons most effective stylish classy cluded in one stock in this cityWe bought waists this season as never
waists all in the new 1910 models absolutely no reserveIts the before planning on a long early summer and heavy buying We
have been disappointed in spring business and find ourselves loaded
greatest waist opportunity Salt Lake women have ever enjoyed at this
enJoy include
up with a stock of waists far too great for the demandThe styles
season of the year embracing the entire stock with unrestricted selection elude every new idea in the handling of dainty laces exquisite embroid
lection eries rich cordings pleats tucks insertions and all the other embel
lishment known in waistmaking Materials are the most exquisite
In all our business experience we have never offered such a great
lawns batistes India linons lingerie fabrics Swisses allover nets etc
sale thisthe values the the reductions the the b
as are greatest greatest Dont
Dont neglect this exceptional opportunity to secure bargains in
assortment the est included in sale before Its sale b
ever In
greatest one s a waists of the sort you will want to wear through the long summer
that will make Cohns till more famous for bargains in womens ap its practically here nowThere will be a multitude of buyers you
parel right in the beginning of the warm season too just as the de should be here first before too many eager hands have disarranged
mand for lingerie apparel comes with a rush them
HERE ARE THE MARKDOWNS Entire magnificent stock grouped into eight lots and priced at the following unprecedented reductions
300 regular 89c Hundreds of An immense All 175 and Rich 275 and 350 and 395 Exquisite line 550 to 750
and 9Sc waists 110 and 125 assortment of 200 waists 300 waists at waistsa rare of 450 and waists includ
out they go Waists in this 135 and 150 choose quickly the popular co of 495 waists ing cream of
at sale at only waists go at at only price of style and beauty go at lingeries now
25c 89c 99c 149 198 298 395 r 4 95
GREAT MIDMAY SALE OF LL
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Stock up for the entire season at these sensa tional reductionsits the best undermuslin op w
portunity you have hadits the best you will h aveit embraces a stock second to none in the 4 p r °
I jll 9 city as to quantity variety and quality
Every piece in this magnificent stock reduced valuesprice for price style for
stylequality for quality and you will quickly decide in favor of the Cohn stock
d Our undermuslins are creations from the greatest underwear makers in the worldthe new h
est and most exquisite designs are found here in quite a variety the muslins longcloth and f
i lawns are the very finest equality trimmings are the most exquisite Val laces Irish crochet Z s
torchon hand embroidered embroidery trimmed in elegant open and blind styles from the heav e t
E iest rich ideas to the daintiest of exquisite fineryribbons are used effectively on many of the t w t y r
garments many are tastily embellished with wide and narrow insertion = in fact there is nothing
a dainty in the way of undermuslins that will not be found in this magnificent stock
I oZ Choose from a representation of all these sty les in chemises drawers gowns combination 11 k 3 a
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suits corset covers and petticoats at the following reductions yerl
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t s 25c garments 196 100 garments 85c 400 garments 348
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II 1 35c garments 23c r 150 garments 119 500 garments 425 I t
50c garments 39c 200 garments 159 750 garments 598 t It t s
I 65c garments 45c 250 garments 198 1000 garments 850 o0
I 75c garments 59c 300 garments 249 1250 garments 1098
ANNUAL MIDMAY SALE IN THE DOMESTIC AISLE
Linens and Domestics at World Beating Reductions a Partial Wash Goods and White Fabrics a Few of the Remarkable
List Here Reductions Quoted Here
Sheeting and Pillow Muslin nil 42inch Pepperell and 150 O K Turkish Bath Mats the largest size some AmoMkeag Checked Apron Gingham 3 Madeira Nainsook pure soft blench
Aurora Bleached Pillow Musli 1 OIL slightly soiled from showing 65 May sale 531 C worth 245 the box May sale 149
worth 16 2Sc yard May Bale 72 C To clone C Amoskeng A F C Ginghams Utility Ginghams and Persian Lawns worth 25c a yard
Seersucker Stripes worth to nay sale 16 C
All fivequarter Pepperell and Aurora Bleached Pillow 17Jc Union Linen Thick Towels size 18x30 all white Amoskeag 3l A
Muslin worth ISc a yard May only 45 dozen of them r so hurry to 15c a yard May sale J2 C Persian Lawns r worth 33c a yard
sale 1311 choose at lie AH American Prints in blue red black 51 Mny sale 22c
and light colors May sale 2312 C 45c Mercerized Silvia Lewn
AH ninequarter Pepperell and Aurora
Blenched Sheet
Irish Dress Linens to 30Inch widths May wale 29 C
Knit Wash Cloths the Favorite with tape
inn worth 32c a yard May 3 19
ale 23 l c hanger worth 61c May sale u C to 45c values May sale C 8 13c Sheer White India Ltnons 41c
JOe French Ramie Linen r 27Inch width lOc Sheer White India Linens 7Jo I
72x90 Seamless Cave Sheets worth 55 Entire stock of Table Linens and Napkin reduced May sale 33 C 15c Sheer White India Linons lOc
Sic May sale C 25 to 40 per cent 75c French Ramie Linen 3CInch width ISe Sheer White India LI non 12Jc
Stx9O Belfaga Sheets worth 90c el n All John S Browns Cloth and Xapfelns Richardson May sale 44 C 22ic Sheer White India Linons 15c
sic May sale U 4s McCrnm and Watsons makes reduced 30 to 35 100 French Ramie Linen 4Sluch width 68c White Check and PJald i white material r 1
42x36 Belfago Pillow Cases J worth 18c per cent May sale h V worth to 25c a yard May sale 81 C
May sale 12 7 3 C 24Inch Red Star Cotton Diaper Cloth i the best grade > pieces lightweight Mercerized Poplin blue and tan All other White Walstlags White Piques Plain and
25c grade May Figured Dimities Imported Crepes White Pop
ISc Bleached Turkish Towels 1Hc on the market worth 1 a piece 11 C
May sale 79 C Hale 7 Alas and Reps goat LESS TlIA COST
22c Bleached Turkish Towels 14c ay English Long Cloth the Regal brand All Sheeting White Muslins Cambrics Nninscoks
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25c Bleached Turkish Towels ICc 27Inch Red Star Cotton Diaper Cloth worth 225 the bolt May sale and Dotted Swisses OB the counter Monday
SOc Bleached Turkish Towels 21c worth 1110 May sale 89 C French Lawns beautiful sheer fabric for confirmation morning at LESS TIIAX COST
and graduation dresses 48Inch width Marseilles and Crochet Bed Spreads hemmed scalloped
Xic to 45c Bleached Turkish Towels25c GcrmaaLlnenTnbleClotharl18sqnarenllhemmed S5e sale
yards square c grade May ICc loped and fringed with and without cut cor
50c to eoc Bleached Turkish Towels31c and ready for line worth 9175 50e grade May sale 20c iiers worth from p12 l L TO
TKc to 90c Bleached Turkish Towels 44e May sale f 98 C 75c grade May sale 39c to 1250 May hair 0 9 C 79j

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