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THE MOBXIKG i OGDEN, CTAII. EXAMINEE, APRIL SUNDAY, 21, MILLINERY IN STYLES NEW jsrThe MANY and the leaden of popular prices. house that sound the key note of correct Millinery; the house of value-givin- g BIO EXTRA SPECIALS FOR NEXT WEEK r and street huts next week from $1.00 to $5.00. A beauYou may choose from a large assortment of ladies of Pattern llats are most exquisite in style and design from misses of line children's to and line $0.00. Our $1.00 hats tiful ready-to-wea- THE LEADER MILLINERY Mrs.S. J.. Lyon. Prop. r t 1 ft The Rain Coat A Rain Coat is like a gun when you need it you need it bad. No matter hour many THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY Sffi :,. 'Ji ' Overcoats you may hare, your wardrobe is inconi- - . plete fi. Without A Rain Coat When Old l'rob says: Rain, put on your Rain Coat, and if his prediction doesn't come true, it' will answer all t he purposes of an Orercoat. Many f the coldest weather. They like them because they are not aa clumsy as a regular Orercoat, yet their length protects the limbs. All wool Rain Co at a, cravenet ted, $15, $18. O. M. Woods of Little Rock, Ark., of Ogden were married Thursday. The bride Is the daughter of John LaibU was an Ogden visitor. who resides at 1131 Lincoln avenue John W, Runyan of Tellurlde, Colo., and tha groom la an employs of the Independent Telephone company. Mr. pent Tuesday in Ogden. and Mra. Dhaa will make their home Mrs. 8. C. Patrick left ThuAdsy for in Ogden. a visit to Mount Pleasant, la. Dr. W. J. Browning haa left for Ely, Mrs.1 W. H. Cherera la the guest of Nevada, where he will hereafter reside Lake. Mrs. W, L. Jones in Salt Dr. Browning le one of the youngest physicians, son of W. W. W. Browning, R. O. Moody and wlfa of Goldfleld, the printer, and Is well known hero. Nevada, are la tha- city ou a visit Mra, Browning accompanied her husband to their new home la the prosperMias Ermo Jackson will leave next ous mining oamp. week for a trip to Southern California. Miss Carrie Winston was hostess at a evening affair Mr. and Mrs. Horaoa Pwstt spent on pleasantly arranged and music were Cards Wednesday. Balt Lake the (he fore part of the week ta amusements, prises being won by City. . Miss Laura Wheeling and Davis Cordon. Palma, carnations and ferns Mrs. R. 8. Joyce waa the guest of were need la the decorations and sixMn. K. M, Allison. la Salt Laks this teen guests wen present. - men will wear Rain Coats all through fresh-ai- r $20 to $25 Better be careful in buying a Rain Coat. Lots of them are floating around that look all right but that are awful No risk here. We sell nothing we cant guarantee. FRED M. NYE CO. THe Clothiers 2413 Washington Avenue. week. , The Modern Woodmen of America gave one of their excellent aoclaU at the Eagles hall Tuesday evening. In Bogart. addition to being entertained by dancMrs. Alex Topoacs le hack from a ing. speechmnking and banqueting, tbe six month visit lx California and asaembled Woodmen wen addressed by dark Johnson, supreme commandMexico. t er of tbe organisation from Lincoln, Brig West of Salt Lake City Is Nebraska. spending a few days with Ogdon Mends. Mr. and Mrs; Frank Bogart of Carlin, Nevada, are visiting Miss C. IL . Mr. and Mrs. James Gill left this week for a trip through California and Arisons. Miss Lets Morton left Friday for a visit of two weeks with friends In Denver, Cola Miss Muriel Stanley spout tho past week In Salt lake, tho guest of Miss Virgins Randall, Tho Electric Flatiron Mrs. David Jacksoo and daughter are v halting Mrs. Deunis Smythe of the European hotel. nakee and N. P. Gray of Salt wore registered at the Ike City Healy House Tuesday. It possible to do CLEANLINESS. ' a mate friends and relatives of the hrld were present. The bride has been popular la Ogden society circles for a number of years. She is the youngest daughter vf Mr. and Mre. Fro.! A. ' Bhlells and has always been considered one of the prettiest young ladles In tho city. Mr. McKnight 1s a well known business man of Ely. After tbe ceremony the young couple left for Portland, Ora, and after their return will make their home at muoh hotter Job of Ironing on account of Us THE OLD WAY In heating tho ordinary Iroa, It Is placed on a roal or gaa store. Any duat, soot, or .grease on top of the store or resulting from tbs flame is apt to get on the botto m or aides. It ts true an effort la made to remove this and this takes time but the attempt Is frequently unsuccessful. As a result a valuable and delicate fabrle Is often soiled and spoiled. - THE NEW WAY The electric flatiron need not come In contact with anything except the goods to be Ironed. The bottom and sidee are made of a poUahed and plated surface. The Iron, therefore, can be kept per. fectly clean and bright THE SAVING Every housewife will quickly appreciate the great earing In affected by the use of tbe electric flatiron, on account of tha above feature. 8he will aim reallie the saving In noney on acoount tw ibwttce of rolled fabric i. A iJiigla Instance might pay for tlie coat of the electric iron. . urn Waleh for our SPECIAL ELECTRIC FLATIRON OFFER. Utah Light and Railway Go. Does Your Lawn Mower Need Sharpening? G. C. Bowen Mias Florence Floater of Salt Lake visited relatives and friends In tho city the fora part of the week. Mrs.' F. B. Clark, of Salt Lake City, la stalling wtth Mra. John Lavender on South Washington avenue. Mre. C. M. Brown of Everett. Wash., and Mn. Garber of Port laud. Ore., .were Ogden visitors Thursday, Mr. and Mra. J. L. Smuin are spemL tng a few days la Salt Lake City, tho gueats of Mr. and Mra. C. E. Richards. Mrs, John T. Hurst and Mra. J. CL Paine have Invitations out for a breakfast at the Virginia on Tuesday morning. The Lucky Thirteen dub will be entertained next Wednesday by Mra. Jackman at her home on Twenty-fln- t street. Mies Mary Roberta of Ogden visited Miss Alice Farrell, 275 . East Pint South street. Salt Lake City, during the week. The Degree of Pocahoniai will give a card party and dance May first. A pleasant afternoon is assured everyone who attends. , Miss Luclla Markham la home from a six weeks sojourn in Ixw Angeles, where she was the guest of her aunt, Mra. L C. Markham. Elv. The White Pine New of Ely dated April 19, says: "Will McKnlght Joins tha ranks of the benedicts tonight. Rumor has said for some time that the genial young county recorder ' contemplated matrimony and sums color was lent to this report when Mr. McKnlght bought a home la Mill street, which was rathand single er unusual for a fancy-fre- e man. "It leaked out last sight that Mr. McKnlght would leave this morning for Ogden, where he will be married to Miss Grace Shiella,. the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frod Bhlells of 2362 Monroe avenue, Ogden. Mlsa Bhlells is a atone of D. W. Ellis of Dickerson and Ellis, and ta popular la Ely. society, having spent a part of the winter In the camp with her uncle and aunt. "The wedding will take place at tho Bhlells residence in Ogden, The ceremony will be performed by tbe Episcopal minister of Ogden. "Mr. and Mn. McKnlght will leave for Portland, Ban Francisco and other coast points and awll! return to Ely about May 1, when they will be at boms In the Mill street residence, which has already been fitted up for the bride. "Miss Shlslta picture was printed in the Balt Lake Trlbuhe of last Sunday as the reigning beauty of that city of beautiful women. "Mr. McKnlghta departure was not heralded abroad. It was a wise precaution. Owing to his great popularity with the young men of tha camp It ta certain that if his approaching marriage had become known he would which he have received a send-of- f would have long remembered." front Lovelock, Ner., Is to tbe effect that James Lochhead of this city has succeeded la winning one of the fairest of that citys native daughter!, Mias Portie Pugh, youngest daughter, of Mr, anA Mrs. L. M. Pugh. The ceremony eras performed la Ran Francisco last Monday afternoon but good news travels slowly some times GRAND BALL. and thus the delay in hearing about tha happy affair. Miss Pugh went to On April 30, 1807, the L. A. to the B. San Francisco several months ago to of R. T Na 17S, and the B. of R. T. enter school, but the gallant Ogden Na 68 will give n grand ball In the boy had won her heart nod she chose hall. This ta the first ball to become Mra. Lochhead and learn of Congress the above named orders this by given Loch-head tha arta of .home making. Mr. season and every effort ta being exerI well known In Ogden, where cised to make It one of tho grandest he lived for years... He was employed successes of the season. for some time with John Scowcroft A Sons' company, and upon leaving for W. O. W. STAG PARTY. Nevada entered the employ of the Southern Pacific aa freight man at The Woodmen of the World were Lovelock. At the preeent time he has hosts at a most enjoyable stag party of the Wells Fargo Express and smoker charge Thursday evening. The department of the Mercantile, the following splendid program was ren largest Institution In Lovelock. dered and appreciated by tfea large number who responded to the cordial MUSICALS BY PUPILS. Invitation extended: OpenlngBong' Stats Organiser J. M. Kennedy Tuesday night In the chapel of the school, the pupils of the 8tate 8chool Address "Fraternity" for the Blind gave a muslosle, Attorney J, C-- Chex assisted by Miss Maud Belnap, so- Recitation aad Bongs Mathew Galt prano. Jos. Ballantyue, who has charge of Duett Flano and Banjo tbe musical work of the Institution, Fred T. West and C. Mitchell feels a groat pride In the musical at- Rag Time Dance . . 1 Afayette Fkrlvy tainments of these blind boys and Bong .....Ambrose Hill Wm. Plggott girls and Is much Interested in their Story training. The concluding feature of a merrily Following wag the program: and profitably spent evening was a 16 stirring address by State Organiser J, 1. (a) "Etude" Optra 45 No. (Heller): (b) "Morceen De Salon" M. Kennedy. (Wilson) Miss Janie McClellan. 2. (a) "The Mill" (Jensen): (b) THE MOTHERS CLUB. . "Nocturne" lAnhert) Miss Lula McDonald. Those present at the Mothers meetS. Soprano Solo "Sleep little Baby on last Wednesday were delightings of Mine (Dennee) Mlse Belnap. ed at the pleasant and profitable ses4. "Sonatina." Opus 36 No. 4 (Clesions. ment!) Miss Ellen Youngstrom. Tbs meeting at the home of Mn. D 5. "Etude." Optra 46 No. 1 (HelN. Smith, 544 Twenty-eight- h street, 14 1 Na "Minuet. ler: (b) Op. which was led by Mrs. T. W. Clancy, (Paderewski) Mlse McClellan. was addressed by Rev. J. W. Tanner. 6. (a) Opus 72, No. S (MendelsThe address was replete with seasonsohn): (b) "La Gandola" (Schumann) able advice end was animatedly disMiss McDonald. cussed. Mrs. Brookshire, accompanied 7. Solo, "Sing Ms to Sleep" by Mrs. May Bell, sang a beautiful ((Greene) Mias Belnap. sola 8. (a) "Gavotte," Op. 270.(Gtese): A general discussion of the subject "Intermecxo Cavalleria from (b) of the day which was extended Roaticanna (Mascagni) Miss Youngthroughout the refreshment strom. hour followed. 9. (a) Etude, 58 (Scbvtte): Op. At the meeting at the homo of Mrs. Serrnata (b) (MovkowiklJ Miss E. A. Linsley, at which Mrs. W, G. McClellan. Faulkner presided. Rev. Crane addressed the mothers. He gave personSENIOR DANCING PARTY. al experiences on the subject that were very convincing and hts address The Senior classes of the High was pronounced most helpful by tboee school will give a dancing party at the this meeting also a most effecting The rooms prevent. Mra. Brookshire sang at Armory. April twenty-sixth- . will be derorated with tbe school pen-ant-s song called "Mothers Way." will be the first and flags. This Mrs. Cora Hobbs read paper on ' time the Armory has been opened to the subject of the day and an animated the puhllc In this way, and every effort discussion followed in which 'sill be expended to make It a most every mother present took part. nearly pleasant event. All lovers of the dance "Oh. I wish every young mother in re invited, and an enjoyable evening town oould have been there," said one I assured to all. The music will be enthustaslle guest. furnished by the school orchestra who Light refreshment! were sfrved by have gained quite a reputation for the hostess. their playing. As the Alumni The for the afternoon was: elation will probably not give any "Should subject we try to restrain our children more dances before commencement, from dancing, card playing and theatthis one will be especially appreciated er going? If to. how? by all lovers of this enticing pastime. The subject for the next meeting Is: How to gain the confidence of our PRETTY HOVE WEDDING. boys and girls." New . consolation by Mra James Wot n and Jamas Burton. About 11:10 dainty refreshments were served. . During .the evening Mn. Laf Farley, In a fitting v speech, presented Mr. and Mrs. Wothenpoon with g beautiful tabouret, Jardluelr and fern as a token of esteem from tha members of the Sunshine club. Carnations and ferns were used In decorating. wen: Messrs, and Ths Invited-guestMeolamra Will Barnes, H. Belem. W. Heller, J. Flygaro, Carver, Bartow, Chub Browning, George Browning, C. Brown, J. Douglas, Laf Flygare, Will Jones, B. Wilson, James Burton, L Pardoe, John Wothenpoon, O. Read, James Wothenpoon,- W. W. Browning, Fred Stone, Wlloox, E. Gray, J. Chisholm of Evanston and Mrs.' Bowman, Gray, Gore, Mias Tlllle. Hancock. B. Knoth and Joe Hancock. her-spoo- PYTHIAN BISTERS CLUB. BIRTHDAY has always been considered on prettiest young ladles tn the McKnlght 1. a well known man ofElv. which place will home of tho young couple. IZ:S THE MISSES THUR6T0N Tain. bT ENTEq. - The Mlsm Ions aad Virginia ton entertained a few friends t TW w? day evening at cards at their hen Madison avenue. Csrnstioni u) spring blossoms were used In th to! orations.. High five wa the gsuirui prises were won by Miss Loej nett Miss Hope Morgan, Herbtn White and Richard Montgomery, h the dining room, when refreshment! were served, lilies aad ferns lorn the principal decorations. The plan cards and tallies were suggestive at Arbor day and about thirty gueeti Joyed the affairs. jJ HOME CULTURE CLUB. -- e The Home Culture club had a plot ant session April eleventh at the boot of Mra. Markle. Mrs. Maurer gave i magasln article on "English Y Isa Life. Mra. Markle told of rural Bolands form of government Mra. R Kapp will entertain the club os Apfl twenty-fift- h at her home, 3163 Jeter son avenue. . Hie Pythian Bisters' Birthday elub was most delightfully entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of the secretary, Mn. J. B. Robb, on Un coin avenue. .Mra. Robb waa ably assisted by Mn. Malle. The home waa bright with beautiful flowers. High five was the feature of the afternoon, beautiful prises being iron by Mra. the prtaident, Mrs. Fryer and Mra Jenkins. delicious luncheon was enjoyed by the following members of tho club: Mesdames Robb, Mullc, , McGaw, Voll, Mark. Chapman. K. and L , Hodges, Tyree, Berry, GUbourn, Fryer, Hood, Ennlngham, Eck-lanJackman, Robbias and Mlssesa Ritter and Chapman. Mo-Ga- Jea-kens- d. 11 r WITH MRS. LASHU6L. Mrs. George Lashus entertained tha Ladles of the G. I. A. at her home ee Adams avenue last Wednesday. TUi gatherings was one of a series o( " ternoons" the members of Clsrs n division have been giving deriag Bii-to- I (Continued on Page SURPRISE PARTY. Mist Audry Dalton was surprised by a party of friends at her home, 408 Twenty-sixtstreet, Thursday even- Palace h ing. Music and garnet were the diversions of ths evening. All repaired to the dlutng room at 11:16 p. m., where a dainty luncheon was served. The guests present were Mesdames Rachel Herrick, Verla Hsdlock, Emma Wlloox, Martha Scbet, Dora Wlloox, AlMa Krumpennan and Audry Dalton, Messrs Robert Hoggan, Lealand Farr. John Kelllher, Andy Wilkinson, Edward Baxter, Thomas Taylor, Carl Herrick and Frank Dalton. PRETTY HOME WEDDING, Seven.) Royal Millinery . The marriage of pretty and Shiella. Agnes charming . Grace daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Fred A. Bhlells. to William McKnlght of Ely, Nev., at the residence of the brides parents, 2362 Monroe Ave., Wednesday night, was one of the big social vents of the week. Rev. Alfred Brown of the Church of the Good Shepherd tied the marital knot Only the i.ntjnjate friends and relatives of the bride were - Our styles are right and our prim are right. There esn be no one wto does know about The Palace Millinery and the styles and present The bride has been popular la Ogden society circles for a number of yean. She ta the youngest daughter of Mr, and Mra. Fred A. Bhlells and - S&y, BEE US BEFORE Sojai prices BUYING. Mrs. C. E. W. Davis you mew not confess entire-stasticall- y bliss Constance Wither left yesterday for her home In Cheyenne, Wyo., after a pleasant visit of several weeks In the city wtth friends. One of the social events of tbe coming week will be a character hall to be ghen under the auspices of the Fourth ward Sunday school, Wednesday evening. . Mrs Yoorblas and Mrs. Robinson will entertsla the ladles of the Pres- byterian church and their friends Thursday afternoon a tthelr home on Fowler avenue. We hare In operation on of the new "Ideal" Lawn Mower Sharpener that we would like to hare you exsmtne before you have your Mower sharpened again. There le nothing like It on the market By its use each blade le sharpened with the utmost exactitude. the bevel on the knives being kept at the same degree all a tong. Every lnacnracy is taken out and a perfect "clearance' given the blades. More good Mowers are spoiled by hunglesome sharpening than by the work they are intended to da There's bo "guesswork" about the Ideal it is simply accurate to a hair. Bring Your Cranky Mowere to Our "Remedial Institute for Disabled Lawn Mowere. and have 'em property doctored. Price only 75 cents and a cure guaranteed. H. C. HANSEN & SON 2121 WASHINGTON oil Phene 727Z. AVE, OPP. CITY HALL. WILL CALL AND DELIVER Major J. M. Carter of the Inited States army accompanied by his daughter. Miss Grace A. Carter, was In the city Thursday taking In the sights of Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. went to Bear River City last Friday to aiiend tbe funeral of Mrs. Peterson, a alster-In-Iawho died at that place after a month's Illness. McK-dllp- s The monthly social of the Knights we held at the ball Monday riming. A small but select crowd participated In the dancing femlvIUes and partook of the line punch. During the time the electric light were out the young people dauce.t by candle light. of s Mias Mary Iailhle and H. Dtiau. both i as, Tbe marriage of pretty and charming Grace Agnes Shiella, daugn-te- r of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fred Shlells. to William McKnlght of Ely, Nev., at the residence of the brides parents. 23113 Monroe avenue, Thursday night, was one of the big social events of the week. Rev. Alfred Brown of the of tho Good Shephard tW the marital knot:- - Only Ike Inti WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. Monday evening at their cosy home on .Dfferson avenue, Mr. and Mra. R. 8- Wothenpoon entertained about fifty of their friends In honor of their twenty-fourt- h wedding anniversary. Music and cards were the pastime of the evening, prises being won by Mn. Inf Farley sod Chub Browning aad IsnsauaatniiwHimaMiuinMk U tl)e beft too good for you? Silk &re good, to rgike dree fronj, becMie fllkf belgg fte flQeft ty&terlil C&9 t&ke 09 Iuftre &9d colors tl)M otfyer clotf c&p9ot. If you like the blight plumaged bird better than the o that wears dull feathers, then come and look at our lioeb silks. We have silks both in the piece and made up-- tiful line. ( we in week all Saturday day and throughout the coming make wonderful price reductions on Dress Goods and Sil We nC9t. fpeel&I Mtc9tlo9 to our llk deprt" Cordially, S.J. Burt & Bros.