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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1910
L SOCIETY 11
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v In connection with the regu v
v lar table dhote lunchoon today < S
= at the Country club there will < e >
be mure than the usual number So
e of private luncheon given by v
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s oftown guests O
= The grand operatic concert to 0
< be given thls evening In the
e Salt Lake theatre whon Miss J
< f Bmma Lucy Gates of tho Royal 0
< y opera company of Berlin will ap 9
v pear aeefetmi by the best local 0
d talent will be one of thodis i
e tinct serial events of the season G
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r The marriage of Miss Estollc 0
B itellly and George O Trunk 4
ley will take place this evening C >
J > It the hemo of the brides 4
moths at 83 oclock the Rev G
Ckartes JC Perkins of St aids G
eo ckHreh ettciatinir G
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Mtos BHa Margaret OBrien 4
r aJMt Thomas FreiMrts Durkin will 0
be married this morning In St 4
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mo wedding of Miss Sarah 0
Ktmmen and Joseph H 0
tfmltk will take place this morn 0
ing IH the temple A reception 4
will follow this evening at the 0
home of tho bridegroom 4
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MtM Theera Heffman wlll on 0
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At the noonday recital today v
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AwMtant Organtat Bdward P v
Kimball at the organ 0
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TIM beautiful McIntyre homo In
8 < v atH avenue was tho scone last
evening of one of the most brilliant
lunctog parties of the season when
Mrs Margaret McIntyre and Miss
Geiteve Savage entertained a hundred
or more of their young friends Tho
drawing room library and rece tlon
hall were thrown together for danc
ing and a full string orchestra sta
tioned on the landing of the stairs
furnMieU the meek The large ve
randa which extends around the
three aides of the house was brll
llantly lighted ami coMly arranged
with Oriental rags cosy corners
couches and chairs and here Miss
Marian McIntyre with a number of
her young girl friends served punch
Potted plants and cut flowers In pro
fusion adorned the rooms a color I
scheme In pink prevailing In the din
ing room whore sweet peas were cf
fectfwly used a tong low mound of
the fragrant blossoms forming the
central decoration of the handsomely i
appointed table Mr and Mrs McIn
tvre were aMtsted In entertaining the
voting guests by Mr and Mrs Fred
t D rn Mr and Mrs W IL Charles
Mr and Mrs George Savage Mrs
Arthur G Hertzler Mr and Mrs
Walter G TutUe and Mr and Mm
Jam C DIok The sloping lawn
surrounding the residence was ef
fectively lighted with electric lights
together with Japnneoe lanterns add
ing greatly to tho attractiveness of
t h pretty scene
Mfc Xeva Hoy was the hostess
yesterday afternoon at a large bridge
tea which wan one of the plewantest
Affairs of the week Fourteen tables
of the game were filled with players
and a number of Invited guests came
In later for tea Pink sweet peas
were gracefully arranged throughout
the rooms and formed < < the center
piece on the tea table In the dining
room where Mrs S L Mayer poured
assisted by Miss Lucy Krebs and Miss
Beverly Reilly Mrs J C Hanchett
Mrs T R Black and tho young host
ess mother assisted here Prizes
were awarded as follows Mrs F J
Chamberlain Mrs G M Forbes Mrs
A D Picrson Mrs BIrrell and the
Misses Sybclla Clayton Mary Jenkln
son Kstclle Reilly Carey Williams
Nora Shccklcs Rose Evans Lorna
Burton Ethel Tyrcc Mary Roberts
and Miss Ilollcnbcck
An Interesting home wedding of
lost evening was that ot Miss Marie
Ragowskl and Adolph L White
which was solemnized at the home ot
the bride by Rabbi Joseph Hevcsh at
7 oclook The Interior of the house
upstairs and down was a bower of
pink and white flowers carnations
being used In profusion with Shasta
daisies exclusively adorning tho din
Ing room The Hawaiian Troubadours
rendered music during the evening
and played appropriate selections ns
tho bridal party took their places In
the parlor The bride wore an ele
gant white duchegse satin gowncov
ored with gold net with a long tulle
vellle reaching the length of her
train caught with orange blossoms
She also carried a shower bouquet of
brides roses Miss Dora Ragowskl
who attended her sister as maid of
honor wore a charming costume of
pale blue silk mull and carried an
armful of pink carnations The
bridesmaids Miss Lyllan Gosas and
Miss Anna Landsman were attired
alike In dainty white gowns over
pink carrying bouquets of pink car
nations The bridegroom was attend
ed by David Ragowskl and Nat Wolfe
An elaborate wedding supper fol
lowed the ceremony which was en
joyed by eighty guests including
friends and relatives many of whom
were out ftown guests coming ex
pressly for the Interesting occasion
Mr and Mrs White left last evening
for a months trip to the coast They
will make their home In Salt Lake
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Mrs George F Wasson entertained
very pleasantly at her home In Third
avenue yesterday afternoon In honor
of her guest Mrs Eleanor G Munroe
of Nova Scotia About thirty were
present to meet the guest of honor
during the receiving hours from 3 to
6 oclock The rooms were attractive
with vases and bowls of sweet peas
and bachelor buttons Mrs Charles
G Plummer presided at the punch
bowl A pleasant feature of the oc
casion were several musical selections
given by Mrs Munroe who Is a tal
ented pianist
A delightful lake party was en
Joyed last evening at Saltalr It was
given In honor of Miss Winifred
Rhoades who is the guest of Mrs
Richard A Keyes
Miss Elizabeth Niles left yesterday
for San Francisco and other Califor
nia points for a two months visit with
relatives and friends
E R Cnlllster will return this
evening from Washington D C after
a two years stay at George Washing
ton university and will spend his va
cation with his parents Mr and lrs
E H Calllster
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Mr and Mrs E O Howard left
yesterday for a flvo weeks trip to the
east
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An automobile party Including
Dr and Mrs W D Donohor Mr nnd
Mrs Brig T Cannon Mr and Mrs
Louis D Gordon Miss Carrie Sap
pington A C Mllnor and Loots Mcd
rim spent Sunday at Castllla Springs
leaving Salt Lako Saturday afternoon
and returning home Sunday night
A welcome addition to the garrison
at Fort Douglas Is the arrival of Ma
jor and Mrs Holly and their charm
Ing daughter Major Holly having
come to take the place of Major A
W Rowan
Boyd Park and daughter Miss
Margaret Park have gone for a sev
eral months stay on the Pacific coast
Mrs Arthur G Hertzler arrived
Monday from Manchester Pa and
will spend the remainder of the sum
mer with her parents Mr and Mrs
W H McIntyre
Mrs L M Meyer left Sunday for
Cleveland 0 and other eastern
points where she will visit with
friends and relatives for the sum
mer
Ie
Miss Margaret Walker and Mies
Margaret Dunn are expected to ar
rive the first of the week to spend the
summer
Mrs A McKellar Jr and three
children have gone to Los Angeles
and beaches for tho summer
Mr and Mrs Samuel Love and
daughter Ida who have spent the
past four months in tho southern
part of California have returned and
will bo at home to their friends at
525 East Fourth South street after
July 4
Miss Leilah SJodahl and Miss Aline
Carter have returned from Notre
Dame Ind whore the latter was
graduated last week
I Dr IER JE s I
T Powder
ispacked inadusttightmetal
box with patent measuring
tube which is both safe
and convenient for tourists
Reason
For over twenty years we have been
endeavoring to build a reputable jew
elry business
Could we then afford to sacrifice
our standing in Utah by advising our
patrons to buy a watch of less merit
than another for the same price
The watch business is our trade and I
through long years of experience we
have learned that soniC watches are
better than others at similar prices
and we know we arc serving ourselves
best when we sell a watch that gives
our customer the greatest degree of ac
curacy for the least cost
Dont pin your faith to moth eaten
trademarks on watches with long
printed pedigrees and specifications and
enclosed in fancy boxes but take our
watch advice and buy a Leyson Spe
cial made in Switzerland where watch
making was a perfected science before
the American Watch factory was pro
moted
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for the Correct I
JEWELER
Time
ALT LAKE CITy
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1i LiL1
550
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LADIES UNDERGARMENT
This garment is cut in ten sections with
a flounce which makes it easily adjust
able to any figure By lengthening the
flounce with n 1 straight ruffle or by omit
ting the flounce and using a straight ruf
fle Instead a full length slip can be
cosily made
This pattern is i cut in six sizes 33 to
42 bust measure Sire 36 requires 4 Ya
yards of S6inch material Price of pat
tern iSO is 10 cent
centNo
No 550
Name
Address
Size
FlU out blank and send to Pattern De
partment of this newspaper
Aa Uieio pattern are purcnaaca la
New York and the orders must be Rat
there from ten days to two weeks
bould be allowed for receipt of pattern
alter coupon baa been mailed to this
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CARD OP THANKS
Mr and Mrs Edwin W Davis and
family wish to express their sincere
appreciation for the many acts of
kindness and words of consolation ox
tended them during their recent be
reavement In the loss of their son and
brother Edwin Derrick Davi
L Coolest Store in Town L Coolest Store in Town
Cor 3rd So and Main Cor 3rd So and Main
Our First June Sale of Petticoats
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r In June when the makers close their season is the time for Petti
I 0 coat bargains for the Petticoat makers are glad to close out
k their reserve stock and to make up their short ends at about
cost For this reason we intend annually to hold a June Sale of
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Petticoats Sale starts Wednesday 830 a mr lasts the week
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L this yearly event we offer these values
750 and 800 9 QT 500 Silk 2 t 98
l 1 1 Petticoats iJ t7U Petticoats
Of a firm guaranteed taffeta in plain and Made of a soft good wearing taffeta in
Persian and floral designs deep flounces vari light and dark colors and pastol shades
y ously tucked pleated and tailored hcathorbloom plain and changeable affects 12 inak tail
dust ruffle light and dark colors in plain and ored flounce hoathorbloom and cambric
r fancy effects and black dust ruffle
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250 Heatherbloom Petticoats 149
AJ Lightweight heathcrbloom petticoats with deep tailored flounce andfull
dust ruffle medium and dark shades
Childrens Wash Dresses 1 29 brOia Cool Waists
Regular 2 and 275
Never Cost So Little
eve 0
Cool waist answers to hotday dress problems and every
waist at a saving broken lines hence not all sizes in every
these decided
Dresses at sale prices are a discourage
ment to home dressmaking for the dresses are made of style
absolutely fastcolor ginghams percales and chambrays The regrouping shows pretty lingerie and 1r
trimmed in the neatest of braids buttons and pleats tailored waists variously of lawns batistes
while the styles are the despair of even clever sewers and dimities in Dutch neck styles of all w
high neck long and short sleeves open
X125 and X150 Dresses 2 to G years OSc fronts or backs Not a waist in tho lot sold r
200 nnd 225 Dresses 6 to 14 years 175 for less than 200 most of them sold to j
6375 to 425 Dresses G to 14 years 298 275
550 Dresses G to 14 years 449 1 200 Waists 98c t
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Cris lingerie waists daintily trimmod
Flags for the Fourth Crisp s
GatS lor e 1 in laces insertions and allover ombroidorios
Long May They Wave and tuck effects high and low nooks long
and short sleeves open fronts and backs
Headquarters for flags and Fourth of July decorations
Cotton bunting fast colors and washable sewed Middy Blouses
into flags Free Engraving
Smart middy waists much as illustrated t
4 feet wide and 6 feet long 100 and made of a fine lightweight duck in all sizes
nil pins jewelry
5 feet wide and 8 feet long 150 on with and without shield have sailor collars of
WOof bought at our engraving light blue cotton or navy blue flannel out
Wool bunting flags standard for weight and ab side pocket
solutely fast colors in all sizes from 3 feet by 5 feet to ing department 1
150 and 2 00
8 feet by 12 feet Prices go step by step from 300 to
975 Wash Goods Some at
Stick Flags 5c lOc and 25c yr as 00 S Half Price
Many great values here Some at half others near half
Clearance of Shirts These hints
r 75c Swastika Silks 35c 89c Linen Suiting 50c
Broken Lines at Broken Prices Sheer and filmy but very firm A firm French linen suiting a
° Silk filling with cotton warp to splendid allpurpose fabric good
Mens 3 4 2 and 250 wnshing assortment of colors in the unusual
insure washing 111 wanted colors
f2 45 1 35
usual width of 45 inches
Shirts Shirts
Fine p 4
45c White Linens 25c
Il C 1 e lnens c 1 i
Made of fine French Madras Coat styles with attached cuffs NVhito dress linens for smart 12Y2c Ginghams Slfac
Fair of dress llam
white grounds with fancy colored all sizes and sleeve lengths but not shirt waists suits t and skirts 32 quality ginghams
s lr t W31S S SUI S an S lr in good assortments of chocks and
stripes coat stI Is pleated bosoms in every pattern pleated and plain
inches 1 wide regularly 1 3oc and Joe J stripes
and attached cuffs bosoms great variety of stylish
patterns hand laundered Continuing the Silk Sale
150 While 95c 250 Union lr
Silks worth
C to
Negligees Suits at 190 95c
Plain white shirts 250
negligee s attached
Adjustable athletic union suits
tached and detached cuffs sizes 14 made or finest quality French Silks f worth to
to 17 Every one a splendid 110 Madras knee length and sleeve 65c
shirt less sizes 34 to 42 inclusive 175
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SUMMER SCHOOL
Now tea good time to enroll at
Henagors business college Day and
night sessions all the year Special
low rato for those entering at this
time
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Insurance against sickness bathing
at Saltalr now at beat
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EXCURSIONS EAST
Via Oregon Short Line
To Cheyenne or Denver J2 SO
To Colorado Springs or Pueblo 22 50
To Omaha or Kansas City 40 00
To St Louis 49 CO
To St Paul or Minneapolis t 00
To Chicago 55 00
Proportionately low rates to other
points
Tickets on sale July 7 and 29 August
4 and September 14 and S3 Limit
October 3L For further particulars see
agents
CITY TICKET OFFICE 166 MAIN ST
Utahs greatest asset IB Great Salt
lake Take advantage of bathing
Bathioc at BftitaJr never better
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MAIiniAGK JjICnjfSES
Laurltz Farse and Hansone Peterson
Salt Lake
Frank E Kendrick and Mary E
Chapman Salt Lake
Thomas F Durkin and Ella M
OBrien Salt Lake
Joseph K Earl and Sara Larsen
Sterling Canada
James E Charlesworth Kanosh and
Kittle Clyde Adams Murray
Moses A Anderson and Fannie C
Garner Cards ton Canada
Rudolph Rlckenbach Jr Glcnwood
and Linda Lledke Salt Lake
Charles F Kalfer Toledo and Vora
Wardrop Salt Lake
Julius A Mlllccam and Harriet E
MoPnrlane Salt Lake
Charles H West and Geneve Knowl
ton Salt Lake
George Orvll Trunkey and Estelle D
Reilly Salt Lake
S W Coverdale and Florence Nell
son Salt Lake
Edward A Cottam and Kate Taylor
Salt Lake
Floyd Felsch and Sarah Owen Salt
Lake
James IL Page Kamas and Ellen
Glynn Seattle
Andrew W flyer Lewiston and
Emma Elalne Hlllynrd Smithfield
Joseph H Smith Salt Lake and Sa
rah McKlnnon Randolph
Charles S Grover and Martha A
Mlllgate Salt Lake
Byron Owen Colton and Helen
Merkely Vernal
James W IKng Ferron and Anna
Seoly Castle Dale
William Block Jr Coyoto and
Clyila J Barton Ferron
David C Fleet and La Von a Nel
son Salt Lake
Francis Rnbblns and Alice M
Downes Salt Lake
Samuel A Jackson and Iretta Wool
Icy Salt Lake
A A Kowsell and Emma M E Tesch
Went Jordan
Enoch T Carlyle Mill Creek and
Maze M Bird Murray
George H Evans and Margaret Baird
Roosevelt
Edward Mohr and Anna Barbara
Xyffenegger Salt Lake
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munis
Mr and Mrs Perclral Ricketts Im
lay Nev boy
Mr and Mrs Frederick Crabbe G33
Tenth avenue boy
Mr and Mrs Charles Wahlberg 528
West Seventh Routh street boy
Mr and Mrs Charles Vernon Hadlcy
413 West Third North street boy
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PIERCEARROW PARTY
FISH IN LAKE TAHOE
Special to The HeraldRepublican >
Truckec Calif June 28 Tho
PlerceArrow automobile party en
route from Salt Lake to San Fran
cisco arrived here last night and will
spend tho day at Lako Tahoe where
Jack Groesbeck has promised to fur
nish the party with enough fish to
last the remainder of the trip The
trip was made from Fallon here
without mishap of any kind to either
the machines or party
Frank Botterlll reports that Reno
where they spent part ot yesterday Is
all agog over the JeffriesJohnson
fight The town Is filled with strang
ers and hundreds are arriving on
every train Some of the PlerceAr
row party expect to return to Reno
In time to see the big battle
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CONSOLIDATE OFFICES
Colorado Southern and Midland
Railroads Make Change
Word comes from Denver that the
local offices of the Colorado Sou
thern and the Colorado Midland are
to be consolidated In the quarters now
occupied by the latter in the Judge
building H C Bush traffic mana
ger of the Midland Is due to arrive In
Salt Lake today to carry out the new
move It Is reported that J H Davis
formerly general agent of the Mid
land at St Louis Is l to como here as
general agent L H Harding having
resigned tho position to go Into bus
iness

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