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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE DATLT TBIBTJKE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH STUSTDAY DECEMBER 7 1890 P AUE Though our sales in all our Departments have increased enormously over past seasons the enlargement of our premises and the saving on European fabrics which the McKinley Bill before inventory time Our cut prices are sure to crowd our immense establishment as REDUCTIONS are GENERAL in all of our Departments We can mention a few prices only as up to Our Dress Goods Department JillSilk Surnh in Btrcot ami reduced to 40o OSfco and 7Ec of jUlSIlk Whipcords in plain anl fancy the newest fabrics in bilks this reason at the lf0 Siik Remnants ut a reduction of per cent CVCIli O For Party and Beeeption Dresses pieces frilly fmbroidwrwl and tinseled Silk Nets aud Mulls 48inches wide in the latest ofTiiitily and Cream All Over Laces marked ranging Vnrk CUy hy one ady custornor8 at ICT yard hardyequal in quality and richness of design to onr Lace Our Hosiery and Glove Departments Offer a lot of Ladies 4 and Gbutton Opri Shade Kid Gloves at 30c a pair cost aud ft lot CuHhmoro Glovos worth lOo a piir at 2fc a pair An insorua lot of Ohiluioas and Misses Hose tit n pair A Shirts ut I5o ouch worth 35c each Only 3 to with long at everywhere at Offers a closing sale of Dress Patterns with trimming to match ranging from to worth 25 per cent more A line of imported 53inch Broadcloths in nil tho best shades at 90c a yard sold everywhere for A lino of domestic allwool LadiesCloths 51inch worth 85o for DOo a yard Only 10 yards to each customer Our Domestic Department Offers twenty different bargains in Flannels Towels Crashes etc Come and see them Our Curtain Department Offers Turcoman Curtains and Portieres at greatly reduced prices 1 lot each at and upwards It will save you money A lot of odds and oms in Scrim at 5c a yard Has marked down all of Us Ladies and Misses Wraps Childrens and Infants Plush and Cash mere Clonks Ladiesand Childrens Dresses Wrappers Skirts and Shawls Our Ladies Muteiasso Jackets are the surprise of thu offered have tempted tis to buy too many goods We must unload space in the TRIBUNE is too cosily CjH II ST M A S Our Misses and Childrens Clonks ranging from to are admitted the most stylis 11 garments at tho lowest in the city Ladies Rep Wrappers HI loss tiiau costJof making Our Childrens Clothing Department Offers ft discount of 20 per cent en its Overcoats from 3 it Gents1 Unlaundriod White Shirts at 34c ouch Gouts Wool Underwear afc STvo 40o 50c indT5o each Boys durable Knee Punts at 2iw STx JOc Vic and upwards Gents latest Neckwear vt 20c 25c o5o lOc and oQo Bast MI nd cheapest in the city Will continue its 25 and 10 per cont Discount Salo until further notice Only a few Carpet Remnants left Thoyimtst go soon wo need the room A Discount of 10 Per Cent On all Quilts ranging from POo to 515 On all lilaukous ox dip ting Prove rangingfrom SI to Ou all Crib Blankets from to Our advertised reductions and discounts from our Ono Prico car ahvays be depended upon as fir I four W K din BJBAMAlIC EVSNTS onK at the lust woclc cljtv find Tufisdny colo Worlds Fair jippfiared whilo tlio hisb IhiiL ijojujlar ThrniiUH criK runny pooplc Of Ui fMiHrKrjtib said tho Of hcsaifl of prai Opinion sis to Mif Krcalost of liis im il liicholUM Louis and Richard II wi In thu IVCMMIU won his spurs and il lias romiilnod a favoriu lily friends Tho ol Uiclioliijii and Louis Xf as prnsrnUxi by Mr KOIMIC aro and to Jink most iti draniatir Mr Kuono not well known In Halt Lake not liavinK playrd linn in ovor and it is tho credit of oui people that tbn audiences irr in as thu einjairiunent Mr OfioiK Loarocl and Miss Sliannon will be pleanantly rerncnibored Mr Kimrio has won many 9ilt Lako adminna IIICAIITS OP Mr Tamos A will appear at tho SaltLake Iliojitcr tomorrow nltflit in l and rralistic A niorluan dra of The play is acharmiiitf fitury of New Knuland life differing from the Tliornpson class of In Its dramatic personin aio Henilseafariiitf in tboir pursuits and not New IlampshiiT lames A Home won his fnnio in Ills strong irnpersonutlon of Terry Doiinisoii I lie baehelor salhumllhM of the village whose synipsilhles are as tender an those of a child a character that can he duplicated in many a New fishermans port Donnison brinks MK lw ciiildren whoin the sen has him during one of Its terrible Kales when the mlphty went down ho Corn It and left only these two little ones a boy and a tflrl out of nil on board to walk In the strict line of duty arid to never swerve from It The eventful In cidents of the play are founded on fidelity to this ennobling principle and carry the sympathies of the audience with them to the fall of the curtain Ills company Is an excellent one The Illtlu ohlld aetress Retail who is but years old Is a feature ol1 tho company Goodyear Ellteh ft SchiUlnKu minstrels are underlined for an at the Theater of niirhts December Oth and 10th It is reported that liOOO yards of velvet satin and plushes arc used In the first part The comedians appear us Monte Olsto jesters vocalists and caval iers Charles W Goodyuiir avowedly tho fastest talker in the world takes a promi nent part AnifMitf tho other members whose names are known to many may be mentioned Charles K Schilling 11 Kdward and theBentley Hiothers CA Itll I MllS The staje rarpenter at the Theater Is busy this week const met a new dancing Moor which will cover the entire and extend back upen The new floor will first ho used at the Letter Carriers tall which takes place Thursday nijflit of this week The Revelers lanelnj club of this city will jclve a ball at the Tlieater Krldny of this week This wtll be a Kay week socially for Sal Lake CJIOItt Gay Indeed for it will close with a ball Riven by Tabernacle choir MlJSUAli Tho Lndiis Musical Society holds Its next recital evening at tho Presby terian church BTAGK GOSSIP Lotta Is nuMTlnv with much success throughout tho South May ml a taron ooniocly from tin1 of Sydimy has mado ii lilt in LumUn llinry Irving having caught the tf is hamNfmo paintings of to lady patrons A suit brought by Oirulnnatl man against a museum for mannfac turinj a slooyintf boauty and n has bcon lUv for SiJS will bo given In thy South for the timn tills wivk Thcro is much inanlfosted as to iho success of tho war drama in South William Metayer and Fortesqno make a funny pilr of Manes iji tho Vroods1 iu tliJit iu Chicago Tho babos urn ovir six foot high and weigh about apiico Chas H floyt announces his intention to dcvitu his gonius to composing serious draunis That h ran produce a higher grade of comedy than his usual tarco is ovi doucid by his Midjiight Kraucis Wilsons newest advertisement is a photograph taken by threoealcium lights of a of Chiongoans half a tnilo long waiting on a rainy night for the lix ollice to opuu in the tneuior where ho Ls playing It appears that Grace Hawthorne tho American aotrwts kept Trlnccss Tlioa ter London going on advances from men who had a speculative interest in plays Ono of thorn a lawyer lost and is bankrupt Duncan Harrison was well enough to ap pear in Huston last weuk where an 1m jnenso audience greeted pugilist John L Sullivan badly used up in u QUUITC with Mr Sullivon A London pupor oCinments on tho number and excellenceof tlie orchestral concerts wo are having this season in Uoston New York and Brooklyn and adds sadly that no amount of music can ever make us musical Wonder why wo go to concerts The shooting of four unhappy supos in Marseilles Is In process of Investigation by the authorities Thoy wore hurt with mus kets used in a battle scono in Formosa that conUiinod only blank cartridges until tbo funny practical joker did his work Wlllard Kee whilemaking his stago fall in Tho Groat Metropolis in Charleston tho slipped and fell harder than ho intended to lie was removed in a dying as It was thought but next night had braced enough to go on with his part Manruerlte Fish Eva Mountford Frank io Jones Josephine Cameron Muldoon and Agnes Horndon Kutio Koonoy and tho Gorman Opera Company In St Louis are among the stars who have made failures him Mr little and tho Harrison friendly within tho week The ITondrlk Hudson c and onu of Case troupesare alsoin retirement Muriel Burroughs inado a proncmccd hit In her small part in Tho In tho KnjrliHh murry daughter of Blnn kait ran tlio ploftu In tiie pro duction Ialmors Miss Hnrrmighs laUietic piirb of tlm othor daughter a featnru of UK enteilainmciit liltir JoatiH will enter upon second rnontli of its run at tho Fourteenth Streot Theater Now York Monday It lias mor with a phenomenal success and Mr liosfmquost fools just ly lilated it result of his oxfjorinuMH wltli a decidedly Ameri can Tlie cast is an excellent one OharkfH Wyndham has hrldjied over tho between himself and London newspaper men by saying that ho did not want to drive them out of his house on tho nights when they wont thoro to write notices Hi only sent around in advance to know If they were coming so that ho might their seats if they were not At least Uie papers accept this explanation At tho end of the present season of Tho Old Homestead at the Academy New York the piny will havo boon presented nearly ILOO a record unparalleled In tin whole history of the theatricals If tho enormous prosperity which has fol lowrd play since Its Initial production four years ago continues until the end oC tho current snasun the prolits at that time will be considerably in oxcoss of liornhardts Cleopatra was a failure in Paris Langtrya Cleopatra was a failure in London Looks as though Cleo patra had been over advortlsod Yet tho cable correspondents of prominent Eastern papers wlrnd tremendous success regard ing both It has como to be a matter of mirth those cablegrams on sbusro matters for every play and player is a great suc CDJIS until the malls bring word of Theatrical business has not boon very good last week in olty Tho financial crisis and the run on tho banks has the theaters very soriously It Is a singular tiling how quick a theater is affected in of this sort No sooner than a litlh disturbance arises in some quarters tlm theater shows a falling off iuaUeudance and it lakes weeks to build it up Not a Jheater in this city reached its top notch business last week Tills week opened well aud tlm matinees on Thursday will do much to revive I lie good spirits of tlie Ijrnmatfa Charles L Davis a dlro actor iu a dire play of his own writing namely Alvin has made money enough to build a theater in Pittsburgh ft will cost will bo lighted with electricity and warmed ivlth natural gas In a conservatory at aelied to tlio foyer will bo exotics palms cud orange trees and iri tho con tor a foun tain from the midst of a pool will throw jots to a celling painted to represent a sky In which electric lights will simulate stars Flouting in pool will be incandescent lights In globes artificially fashioned to represent watorlilies and tho wires will reop to tlie globes through the stems of tho plants The author of A Man of tho so well produced by tho Palmer Company at the Theater last summer has written an ther curtain raiser entitled After riunisrlits to be as popular is of Thetheme is hatthat of the love of a young and hand some widow for a youth some eight years her unlor She sacrifices Uio love she could uivtMVon from him him into an illianoo with l yuung girl After nil is sot Jed andtho young people happy the widow vraps horsolf in her opera cloak and breaks nto sobM as tho curtain is lowered Tlio ittlu play Is said to be very touching SAIEPOUS NKW Tho now play written by iirdou for tho company of tho Theater Paris and which has been se for America hy Charles Frohmnn is inished Sardou read Thermidor ro ontly to the assembled company of tho Theater Francaise lie commenced rending his best voice at 2 p acting every part but after the third act he broke down Coijuelln then finished Mie reading amidst excitement aud applause Tho play is in four acts the story starts at ii in tho morn ing unu ends the same night at 7 p m The will illustrate first an island on the second tlio private apartment of the female dresser of Comodlo Fran chise third the Uuroau of Lahuslero fourth tho Cour of tho Conciorgorio Ono of most cmrious things about tlio play is although it takes place at tho end of the Keign of Terror July 1704 and is historic in all its details uoitlior Kohespiorro nor St Just appear although tho sayings aud do Inus of both are constantly discussed during tlio action of tho drama THB OLD COMUDIES When English melodramas dislodged the old comedies from Wailacks stage it under mined the fortunes of that famous theatrical dynasty Tlioir eviction from tho house that had been their homo for many years was tantamount to thoir disappearance from the town Tho old comedies havo taken leave of us Their testy old men thoir rakes their Intriguing yonug women their mas querading blades their rapier wit their small swords powdered wigs silken hose and patches havo vanished from our viow and they aro strangers now except when some Hitting player tarries for a brief term to bring them back to recollection While wo should object decidedly to largo and continued doses of tho old comedies we cannot but regret their absence from a regu larly constituted metropolitan theater with a stock company of clover actors versed in their mellow traditions without which tradi tions they aro as Incongruous as tho patont leathors of a dude on tho feet of a cowboy Tho classics of a past generation may not bo instinct with the form of life that gratifies tho literal and witdespising public of to day but tho old comedies represent the times In whey were written more faithfully and more agreeably than tho now comedies represent theso times of ours For that reason if no other a bettor standard of public taste would bo cultivated if oeeasional revival of them were given on tho New York stage by one of our stock companies Ihit thoir neglect hasboon such tlnij wo do not think any of those organizations excellent as they undoubtedly aro in modern produc tions could now do them justice In this community at loast old comedy acting is a lost art Driven from New York these friends still havo an abiding place At the Boston pieces arc played with tho care and eon i seiontionsness that betoken good manage ment Mr Field is presenting a series of Cloven of the best old comedies to the Bos ton public this season nnd fco thiscrcditabl undortaklng are glad to Hay tho approo dative playgoers of that city are giving their substantial THE 13VIL OP1 SUNDAY NtaPT PKHFORMANCBS A wellknown manager who played Cin cinnati a few weeks ago said to a reporter on an pastern paper I have tried to stop tills Sunday night business of giving per formances They are ruinous There area number of theaters in Cincinnati in what they call over tho 111 11 no where beer is sold on Sunday nights and tho best theaters have to compote with them The conse quence Is that tho local managers cant got attractions unless they consent to give Sun day night performances I at first intended to take a decided stand against it but what was tho use when tho other houses wcro open Its tho same in Chicago and many Western cities Its u shame togivo Hunday night performances and but few attractions can play any of tho Western country unless they do 1 wish It was abolished and I am heartily in accord with any movement that may bo Well 1 have made up my said another man who joined tho group to stop tho whole business so far as any combina tion of mine is concerned Just look at what it entails Supposing our jump is from Cincinnati to Chicago not a very long one but after tho people hiivo gone through two performances on Saturday wo havo to hire a special train and bundle thorn Into it so as to got to Chicago in time for tho Sunday afternoon matineo When they get they are played out yet have to go through two performances on tho Sunday also It simply knocks them to pieces for the whole week and nothing good can bo got out of them I havo made up my mind that that is the sensible way to look at it and I shall havo no more such nonsense You dont take in a dollar move on tho nine than you would take on tho seven perform ances Your people get bunged up your scenery gats knocked to pieces and it on talis double work on Both tho managers arc right Sunday performances are a menace to respectable theatergoers who look upon those who par ticipate In thcso performances as people without principle or religion A good show will draw as much money In eight perform ances as it will in ton There are very few engagements played where the theater is always taxed for seats Tho people go on Sundays will just as wall go on Monday or on any other night during tho week Tho matinees are bad enough but Sunday per formances are a disgrace CLUB The American Womans Lakes Literary Club In hor article on Club Life Olive Thorno Miller says Theclub Is invested with tho serious duty of investigating every subject from the womans point of view and the most vital questions of our times refuse to be settled till tho wisdom of both sides is brought to tho I am a believer io the doctrine that if a woman take proper of hor homo and ihlliiren she will have little time to devote o anything on tho outside House work Is sin ytxwis it precludes any other industry It Is tho most exacting of all occupations and perhaps there is no plaint so often made by its victims as that It is never There arc a few wonderfully constituted women who can look well after the ways oC tholr and still find time for a multitude of outside duties but they aro limited to one out of tho loss fortunate two or throe hundred and for tho ordinary woman to attempt an imitation of their marvolously conduotol operations would mean disaster in her every undertaking Theordinary little woman who grows Hushed and heated and nervous over the sixoclock dinner or eightoclock breakfast for whose unskilled fingers cloth will not take on tho right fold and on whose tenselystrung nerves Uiu childrens disagreements do painfully jar who sits down now and then for a cry over tho dilemma of a lire that re fuses to burn and bread that declines to rise over babies who do get hair and aprons in a worse condition than anybodys else there is only one course that will bring any degree of comfort and away the calling limit your compan ionship to your husband and children and to a few good warm congenial friends who will drop in mornings or afternoons just as it happens and if the range is out of order or the cook obstreperous tell you what they do under like sad conditions Such a friend informs you how you may remedy the defects in your last attempt at a house gown and so closes her eyes to tho imperfections and soes so quickly the good points in your manage you feel when she leaves that you aro not such a stupid goodfor nothing after all But thcso two or three good women who are your chosen friends aro like Intent on household duties and your con versation grows more and inoro along these Hues Your oraving for mental food does not lessen but the engrossment of pushing cares gives you no time to note its demands Now you arc to be not only the wife and mother who looks after tbe bodily welfare of your family you must be likewise counsellor companion and friend Where aro you to find the time for study or improvement Well you might steal a few minutes each day for it but the reading of tho news pan be put olT while washing day monding day and baking day can not And so the weeks and months and years goby with nothing to sbow for them but yourhusbanus kindly appreciative declaration that My wife is a domestic and tbo comforting sight of your wellgrown wellkept sons and daughters A very sweet recompense surely but still you cant help wincing when you iind yourself counted oat in the discussion of the last new book or picture and your heart gives a sorrowful little jump when your daughter appeals to papa for the name of a poet or painter even though she throws her arms about your uock and you with a kiss how to mend a tbreocor uered rent in her gown A friend one afternoon takes you to her club and there you firid congregated forty or Ofty earnest intellectual women discuss ing Jpi full a subject which you had noticed scnting the topic has given all hor spare moments for the last few weeks or even months to tho subject and that she is its master The res raints of an ordinary stiff formal meeting together are thrown aside and you who are shy to uncomfortablonoss in tbo presence of strangers find yourself discus sing in the abandon of enthusiasm all the pros and cons of the question Such a club with such a purpose is in our midst Fifteen years ago a dozen or so of Lakes intellectual women met together in tho parlor of a wellknown lady and formed what is known as Tho Ladles Liter ary Tho first year it continued to meet at tho homos of its members Tho next year room was hired and regular programmes of the years work were printed It has grown in strength and wisdom every year since and now proudly calls itself a member of that federation of womens clubs which takes in all tho leading clubs of America In regard to this fcder itjon it will bo of interest to know that tho Sorosis of Now York City that club which boasts Alice Carey as its first president called last spring a convention of clubs and by them a federa tion of clubs was established This convention celebrated iu March 1800 tho twentyfirst anniversary ofthe founding of the Sorosis A book which lies open be fore mo gives an account of that convention Without being in the faintest way tainted with tho womans rights onuo I havo felt while reading the speeches of those women liko tinowing up my handkerchief and shouting Hurrah for Americas daughters aud tho modernclub woman Tho Ladies Literary Club of this city is now privileged to send a delegate to this yearly convention Thoy have also come into communication during the lastyear with forty different clubs A well known author says clubs havo sprung up like mushrooms during tiio last few years and indeed it is a marvel when one roads of the well established clubs now flourishing North and South that tho first impetus was given to this movement only of Thoro aro at tho present time one hundred and fifty well organized clubs in the United States Tho Womans Club of Boston of which Julia Ward llowois president was tho first child of tho Sorosis This club is divided into different de partments of study for the different days and Mrs Howe told our own club when she was hero two yearsago how one would iind tho club rooms occupied early and lato every day by teachers and students intent on tho various branches of research This club Invites professors or men and women who themselves great m any one lino to discourse tihem on their spec One can hardly estimate the su perior privileges which they gain In this way Our own club is in possession of the pro grammes of thoforty different clubs with which It has communicated and they indi cate as one of the ypung ladies facetiously declared that The club woman composite knows every tiling How to rear babies and educate children together with the latest developments in art science politics and housokeopirig The Sorosis deals almost entirely with tho woman question It was this club which called for tho consolidation of clubs with tbo view to forming an association for tho advancement of women Their movement resulted in tho formation of tho Woiaans wnich devotes its energies to the promulgation of all questions which pertain to the welfare and advancement of woman It is not a woruans1 rights movement although many of its members are believers in that doctrine The programme of thcso clubs show few topics on music and a dearth of poetical Copies Tainting has a goodly share of atten tion humur likewise Iveligion is profusely discussed Evolution seems to havo stirred up great interest Our own olub which is fashioned after one In Kalamazoo has as well balanced a programme as any club in fact its members give It the preference over all others Something liko a year ago one of our members assigned a topic on Theosopliy and she gave an afternoon to that occult question It left an impression on most of us which wo have never been able to shako off One member at least finds herself un consciously looking at all lifes knotty prob lems in the light of the Brotherhoods This topic was copied in full by its giver for the purpose of sending it to an invalid friend By her it was passed on from hand to bund until It finally reached Dr McCosh of Princeton who sent back word that It was the clearest and most oon cise resume of tho subject ho hud over road and ho would advise its without the least bit of conceit I propose cheers for Salt Lakes Literary Club Public Opinion and other leading periodicals have boon full of tho subject of the advancement of woman and there has been in the last few years a quiet growth in selfreliant action among women of tho Intelligent classes It is free from all tho agitation of the womans rights movement seeming to be the result of tho meeting to gether with its attendant exchange of thoughts and ideas which club life has evolved Thoy seem fully aroused to tho idea that at least a part of the grave re sponsibilityof municipal aud other re forms rests on their shoulders One of tho singular facts which all this investigation has unearthed is that men have nothing to compare with the club life of women They have no societies formed for continued or regulated study They meet together to talk play cards or billiards to smoke and to tilt wine glasses to row and to try tho speed ot horses but unless among their secret societies of which we have no means of forming an opion never to study POTO POTAPSIE similar Thoy give tholr first banquet on tho 13th of December The ladies of St Marks hold a fair in the Guild room of the rectory every afternoon of noxt week The proceeds to be devoted to tho liquidation of tho amount still duo on tho rectory Mrs Judge Anderson is at homo to her friends at the Cullen whore she will bly remain the most if not all of tho whi ter The ladies of St Pauls Guild hold a dolls fair on Wednesday afternoon There were baby aolls sailor dolls dolls in evening cos tume dolls in walking suits dolls trigged out for the ballet and dolls in pinafores In the evening the same ladies gave an onjoy ablo church social Invitations are out fora party given by Mrs Bolivar Roberts on tho evening Wednesday tho 10th Tho Misses Morlan give n Tiddledy Winks party at their residence on South Main Tuesday evening next Judge and Mrs Henderson who aro well known in Salt Lakes professional and social circles havo fulfilled tho prediction of their many friends by settling on Utah as thoir future homo Welcome thrice wel come Miss Motta Thompson who Js spending tho winter in San Francisco writes back glowing accounts of the delightful hospi tality which that genial people extend to strangers in thoir midst Tho first of that brilliant series of parties which are called tho Assembly will bo given on the night of December 12th It is anticipated that tho most clegsuit cos tumes ever worn in the city will bo brought out to grace this Whist clubs seem to be one of the favorite methods of regalement just at present A club which calls itself Tho Eleventh Ward Whist Club boasts fortyeight mem bers It is a regularlyformed association exacting a fiftycent membership foe and a fine of 10 cents for failure to answer to tho roll call at S oclock This club has among its members some of tho leading society peo ple of the city Its first meeting was held at tho residence of Mrs Dr Beattie on Thursday December 4tb Another club of about twenty members held its first meeting at the house of Mrs Nolden on Friday evening And now when you go out on little jaunt you will ordor an English gnrnoy and you and your sweetheart and your friend and bis swcatheart will seat yourselves visavis and bowl along iu a manner altogether de lightful An authority on the subject says that face cloth is the material used in the evening gowns sent out by Worth this year Feather and fur trimmings are thoso most used on these gowns the freshness youth Ladies Mrs Grahams Cu cumber and Elder Flower Cream cre ates a soft smooth white giving1 to the skin and clearness of who use it look many years younger It is not a cosmetic but a permanent beauti fier Price For sale in City by A C Saimi k ancLother druggists ANNUAL STATKMBNT BOCIXTY BVBNTS in the papers intending to road it yp but old traditions aresedulously had never found the preserved and perpetuated aud the old You flisoovar tliat the woman who Is pre Thls has been the quietest week socially since the beginning of the Every body is preparing lor Christmas peopledo their shopping two or three vreeks beforo the point however toward a revival next week The different State associations Riveprom iso ofticooining a largo factor in tho social clement of Salt Lake There are at the present tlmeThc New England Association Coloradoansj the lowans the Califbrnians aud the Pennsyl vanians The Ipwaiis apd a picnic every ner besidesri informal social everyWoritb The programme of tho Pcausylvaalana An owl spread out across tho whole front of the hat is tho latest adornment used by Virot on his fall and winter chapeaux If he wore as as a lady of our acquaint ance he would say to the first fair customer Owlyou like this A demure Englishlooking girl is wearing on the streets these bright fall days a face cloth suin in pheasants breast blue It Js a Kedfern and made up in the simple legance characteristic of that artists owns The basque is a little short affair trimmed in gold and blue braid put on in a stylo that is inimitable The skirt is per fectly plain across the front the back Tethered into tho regulation tbVco inches of fullness The jacket Is trimmed In the same braid with reveres of velvet A boa of cocks plumes goes with the suit and a black hat rimnied in cocks plumes completes the costume A PLEASANT DANCUSYO PARTY Miss Winnie Klmball gave n dancing party to sixtyfive of her young friends on Friday evening There is no prettier sight than a lot of young beautiful faces and when they are adorned in all tho colors of spring flowers the scene becomes one of bewildering loveli noss In and outamong the dancers the follow ing were soinc of tho costumes that were particularly noticablo for their beauty A pale blue silk crape worn by Miss Stella Walker with fan gloves and slippers in the saiuo shade This exquisite gown was trim med in point lace and worn with diamond ornaments Miss Maud Walker was gowned in pearl India silk trimmed in silk lace embroidered in pink roses with slippers gloves and fan in the same soft shade Miss Nellie and Tessle Groesbeck were in pure white Miss Jotie Beatty In a gown ol canary color wool goods made decollete and trim med in ribbon Miss Tessie white nuni vailing decollete Alta Young bluck lace Pearl Vincent citam trimmed in hand some lace Miss Careless pale blue Miss Lutte Whitney white trimmed In lace decollete Miss Miles pink silk Miss Edith Dinwoodey pale blue satin Miss Ethelyn Webber wore trimmed in lace Miss Winnie Clawson black India silk trimmed in gold Miss Mamie Clawson white India silk trimmed in white silk fringe Miss Eva Evans white net Ivy Clawson gobelin blue trimmed in gold braid Mrs Bradley black lace Miss Gertie Young wore two shades ol brown silk Clura Groosbcck pink satin Miss Errjrna IXmt plaid street suit Miss Birdie Benedict salmon pink surah trimmed in lace LC light1 wool gown s Among tlio gentlemen present Col Trambo Murry Gpdbe John Messrs Ivinkade Morris i Owen Clark PricoyYliinwopdeyi Cobb Lawrence SIropson I Vincent Bradley Groeabeck and others Evr tho year finding August tlst 1POO of tho conditionof Tho Columbia Pin nnd Marino Insurance Company of OnRon raadc to tho Secretary of ihc Territory of Utah in pursuance nf an Act relating toFiro Insurance Companies approved March 13 1881 1 Name of Company and legation Tho Columbia Fire nncl jMurinn Insurance Company prin cipal o flier 4i Washington 2 Tho amount of capital siock 3 The capital stock paid up The amount of its The amount of its liabilities including 5 The not surplus over all liabilities is 0 The ninne of its attorney or agent for the Ter ritory of Utiih upon wliom service of process in any civil said Company may he nr ric Glen Miller 7 The receipts during tho eight months ending AiiRUft 31 The expenditures during the eight months ftiul inp August 31 STATK OF OnKGOX I s COXTNTY OF MlJLTNOMAH Peter OuUiuU Secretary being duly sworn de and says that he is the nbovo described oflicerofsaid Company and that the foregoing statement of tho general condition of snid Company on said Thirtyfirst day of August is correct according to the host of his informa tion knowledge and belief respectively 1 PKTEH Subscribed and sworu to before me this 29th of September A D 1800 E W CORNELL Notary Public UlKiiniTOiiY or UTAH I SKOUKTAHYS OPPICK j hs I Elijah Sells Secretary of the Territory ot Utah do hereby certify Unit the above and fore going is a full true and correct copyof the Annual Statement of the general condition of The Columbia Kire and Marine Insurance of Portland Oregon filed in my oflice on tlm day of October in pursuance oC an act rn Inting to Kire1 Insurance Companies approved March 13 In witness whereof I have hereunto set my MIN8NC NQTECSS STOCK BIG Jamas Gold Mining Company principal f business Salt Oily location otiinnis county NotiieThoro is th following Vserihiil sioek cf said Camas GM Mining Company on account of nssissnioiit N f of five cons PIT loviotj on the iftooiuh day of amounts sol opposite tii1 luuues uf the respective shareholders as fol Xn of Nn of Slinks Cortfs Amount IM f 300 I Johii Sands Sands KM And in accordance with hiw and the order of the HoMrd of Trustees made on the said 15th dnv of October so ninny shares of each parcel of slock as may be necessary will be sold at tho oilier of the Secretary of the Company No Vv First West street Salt Lake Utah on ihe 17th of at L5 oclock p m of such day to pay delinquent assessment thereon locothor with costs of advertising nul expenses of sale KIJGAtt HOW 12 Secretary Salt Lake City December l LSOO n03 APPLICATION7 FOR PATENT No States Land Ofiice Snlt hake City Utah November 28 is hereby given that William T StrickhV of Hiug ham Salt Lake county Utah made tion 1or a United States Patent for th Lode mining claim situate in West Moun tain Mining District Suit Lake county Utah TVrritory consisting of L00 linear feet of tho uid surface ground shown on the plat posted on the ground being lot No 108 mid des cribed in tho ield nnlsind plat of the olliciiil survey on file iu this ollice with magnetic varia tion at 17 degrees 00 mi nut OK east as follows Commencing at the discovery of said claim thence N W 700 foot to a point in center of northerly end lino of claim ion no S W W 300 feet to post No 1 thenco N SO0 JO 000 feet to post No 2 thnice S E HMO foet to post No 3 thence S W WO feet to post No 4 thence X W 1MOO feet to post No 1 the place ol1 bigiu niug survey of exterior boundaries of claim containing an area of 10 63100 acres hereby sip lor No conflicts From post No S M M No 4 bears N 10 E feet distant The said mining location being of record iitho ofllco of the Recoroer of snW mining district ut Uiniiliain in Salt Luke county Utah the est location being the independence Lode I direct that this notice he published in Tun LAICK TKIUUNE TiewsiKijmr published nearest the said mining tlnim for tho period of sixty days FRANK T C UAIMCV Attorney for Applicant n033 VTOTICK OF Placer Mining piVtoo of business Salt Lake City Salt Lake County Utah is given that at a meeting oi tho Board of Directors of said cor poration bold at die office of company on thu day of November 1890 an assessment of one 1 cent per share was levied upon the capi tal stock of the company payable to the treas urer William Fuller at HO Main street Salt Lake City on or before the 3av of De cember 1890 Any stock upon which such assess ment shall remain unpaid upon the 30th day of December 1S90 will bo and will bo declared delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction and unless payment ifi made before will be sold on Wednesday the SSstdiiy of January 1891 to pay tho delinquent assessment together 0 with tho costs of advertising and expanses of hind and affixed the Great Seal of the Territory sale of Utah this 13th day of October 1890 Hy crdc of ELIJAH SELLS of Utah Territory TTTAH NONTAXABLE BONDS FOR SALE U I will receive written bids between J2 oclock D0071 of December 26 2890 and 12 oclock noon of January 28 1801 for tlie whole or any part of 153 Utah Territorial bonds Nos J9to281 each forSlOOO running 0 to 80 years interests per cent per annum payable scmiannually and not taxable for any purpose Bidders can full particulars of tlm under signed personally or by letter at No 23li S Main St Salt Lake City BOLIVAR ROBERTS n577 Territorial Treasurer the Board of Directors W G VAN HORNE Secretary PROBATE COURT NOTICE of Salt Lake Territory of the matter of the Estate of James Bobbins Order to show cause why order of of min ing property should not be G Ray boufd and others the executors of the estate of James Bobbins deceased having liled their petition herein duly verified praying for nn order of sale of the mining properly therein described of paid decedent for the purposes therein sot forth It is therefore ordered by the Judjje of said Court that persons interested in the estate of said deceased appear before tho said Probate Court on Monday day of ceniber 1890 at 10 oclock in the forenoon of said day at the Court Room of said Probate Court at the County Court House in the City and County of Salt Lake Utah Territory to show cause why an order should uot be granted to tho said executors to sell so much of the minim property described in said petition of tho said deceased at sale as shall be necessary and that ft copy of this order bo published at least nine successive weeks in the Salt Lake Daily Jfcrald and TUB SALT LAKK DAILY Tninuxu newspapers printed and published in said Citv and county Dated October 1890 G AY BARTCH Probate Attest C E ALLEN Clerk by C K SUiiton Deputy Clerk m774 APPLICATION FOK No States Land Office Salt Lake City Utah November I4tht is hereby given that Nephi Howcroft whose post office address is Salt Lake City Utah his coclaimants Hoses Byrne of Uintah Weber county Urah and Albertina HeiJ and Josephine llesick or Salt Lake City Utah have madcap plication for a United States Patent for the Fairviiiw Placer mining claim situate in Hot Springs Mining District Salt Lake county Utah Territory consisting of the following described placer mining ground and surface ground shown on the plat posted on the ground being lot No 43 and described in the Jield notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office with magnetic variation at 16 deg 3f m in cast as fol lows Commencingat post No 1 of said placer claim thence south Si oeg 39 min west 000 feet to post No 2 thcuce north 58 dcg IS min west 1500 feet to post No 3 thence north 33 deg 39 min east 600 feet to post No 4 thence south 53 18 min east 1500 feet to post No l the place of beginning of survey of the claim containing an area of acres applied for No conflicts From post No 1 the quarter section corner between sections 19 and 30 township 1 north ranue 1 east bears south 71 deg 54 min east 606 fcetdistant and from post No 4 the corner to sections 19 and30 north range 1 east and sections 24and 25 township 1 north range i west bears south 37 deg 50 min west feet distant And you Hark Mcagher who filed D S No on April 8 1800 for the southwest quarter of section township 1 north raiiKc 1 east take notice that you arc hereby specially noiiljed of said application and any objections you may with topresent why the same should not be carried to patent must be filed in this olllcc dur ing the period of publication hereof imninglocation being of record in thcofliccof thcHecorder of said wining district at Salt Lake City iriSalt Lake county There are iio known locationsnear this claim I direct that this notice be published in THE SALT LIKE DAILY TJUBUNJS published nearest the saidraining claim for the FRANK K HOBBS Register T C BAILJT Atty A TPLICATION FOR JT3 No States Land Office Salt Lake City Utah November 21 is hereby given that Adolph S Jiaiierbach whoso address is Salt Lake City Salt Lake County Utah Territory has made application for a United States Patent for thfl Mary lode min ing claim situate in West Mountain mining district Salt Lake county Utah Territory con sisting of 1500 linear Icct of Urn lode and sur ground ftfX feot vide being lot No 415 and described in tho field and plat of tho ollicial survey on file in this ofllce with mag netic variation at 17 cast ns follows Ue nhming at the discovery shaft of said Mary lode whence U S mineral monument No 12 bears north r9deg Omin east feet actual meas urement and running thenco south deg west 480 feet to the center of tho westerly end line of said claim thence south 8 deg 31 min east 925 to post No 1 thenco north 8 dej 31 min west 52S feet to post No 2 thence south 85 dcg 10 feet to post No 3 thence north 02 dcg 67 min cast feet to post No 4 thence south S deg ol min cast 464 feet to post No 5 thence south 58 deg 61 min west 546 feet to post No 6 thenco south 84 deg 4 min west fcctto post No 1 the place of beginning of surface bounds Kxcluding however from tho area of said Alary lode for which patent is applied for the area in conflict with the Parvenu lode lot No described as follows with magnetic va riation at 17 dcg east Beginning at a point where the easterly end line of said Mary jode intersects the northerly side line of saio Purvenu lode and mining claim and running thence along said northerly side line south deg vest feet to post No 1 of said lot No 20 thence deg east 200 feet to post No 3 of said lot 290 thence north 84 deg east along the southerly side line of said lot 290 402 feet to where tlie same intersects the south erly side line Mary lode thence north 58 deg 51 min west 105 feet along the southerly side lino of said Mary lode to post No 5 of said Mary lode thence north 8 deg 31 min west feet to the place of beginning containing 222100 acres The area claimed and sought to be pat ented is 13 5100 acres The said Mary lode mining claim being of record in the oflice of the Recorder of said mining district at Kingbam in Salt Lake county Utah the nearest locations being the Tildcn No 2 and Parvenu I direct that this notice be pub lished in the Salt Lake Daily Tribune the news paper published nearest the said mining claim for the period of sixtydays K475 FKANK D HOBBS Register A PPLICATION FOR PATENT NOTICE No 1917 United States Land Oflice City Utah October loth J800 Notice is hereby given that Andrew Gebhardt whose ost oflice address is Salt Lake Salt Lake County Utah Territory has made application for a United States Patent for the Tilden No 2 mining cJahn situate in West Mountain Min ing district Salt Lake county Utah Territory consisting of 1500 linear feet of the lode arid surface ground 600 feet wido being lot No 404 and described in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this oflice with magnetic variation at 17 degrees east as follows Com mencing at the discovery of said Tilden No 2 lode and running thence K 4S dg 30 min W 221 3451000 feet to Post No 1 thence S 82 dg oOmin W 1500 feet to lost No 2 thence S 48 dg 30min E 042 00100 feet to Post Xo 3 thence N 62 dg 10 min ElMSOO feet to Post 4 thence N 48 dg min W 042 69100 to said Post No 1 the place of beginning off surface bouuds containing 20 60100 acres eluding however from this description and application the area in conflict with tho Parvenu lode lot No 200 containing 2 already applied for patent Areu claiDied and sought to be pawnted 17 G9JOO acres From Post 2 the United States Monument No 9 in said S 75 dg 58 min 238046100 feet distant Ijhe said mining being of record offlctj of the Recorder of said r Binghara Salt Lake nearest known locations beiug Parvenu I direct that this notice SALT published nearest the mining for period of   

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