I : SALT LAKE J . J. D. Wood is at home from Idaho. J. B. Dooly was an Ogden visitor on Wednesday. Lent begins this year on the 28th day of February. Mrs. Daniel Field of Eureka is visiting visit-ing friends here. Mrs. Richard Morrison and son are visiting in Leadville. If George Ryan, health commissioner of EgL Eureka, is in the city. R. W. Sloan returned on Tuesday from a trip to Chicago. Judge E. F. Colburn is at home from a business trip to Denver. Miss Frances Wilson has returned from a visit to Park City. F. M. Fitzgerald and wife of Draper are registered at the Cullen. Miss Katherine O'Brien is suffering from a severely burned arm. Mrs. W. E. Smedley and Miss Keogti j pi ill attend to the altars today. The literary clubs have all resumed ork, after a much enjoyed vacation. Mrs. Sarah Cannon of Ogden was Ihere to attend the funeral of Mr. Daniel Dillon. W. T. O'Neil. a prominent cattle man of Wells. Nov., is registered at the Cullen. H A number ol the young ladies of bt. fl Mary's are planning ihe organization of B a social club. B Work on the Cathedral continued nearly all last week, on account of the favorable weather. Professor Joseph Luce, w ho has been HI with rheumatism, has gone to Cal-iforraia Cal-iforraia for his health. The roof of the Kearns St. Ann Or-phanage Or-phanage is completed, and the interior will be BflUQted this winter. The bank clearings Thursday were $42S,9S'2.67. compared with $474,850.66 for the corresponding day of last year. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Xcvell returned this week from the east. Mr. Newell i is ill with a threatened attack of ty- J Miss s Mary and Agnes Sullivan, who supent the holidays in Eureka, return-ed return-ed t sdhpol at St. Mary's Academy last Wednesday. Mr. John Williams r turned last Sun-ffi Sun-ffi day from the Hoi Borings at Ogden, w hei. be has been taking treatment for rheumatism. , . Dun's Review says of Salt Lake's business conditions: "Trade since the holidays has been satiaf jctory, and col-lections col-lections fairly good." s The many friends of Mrs. Ivers. wife of Hon. James Ivers, will, be sorry to hear that fide is seriously BL We hope $ B Mrs. Charles Ives met with a severe accident a few days ago. She slipped on the ic y pavement and broke her arm. i I reeoverii.g. Mayor Thompson and the city council 1W1 q. Ki-aoeful, kindly act in accpro- ' Ipriating $350 to pay the funeral ex-I ex-I pensee of the late Daniel Dillon. j Many of the congregation do not understand un-derstand that the morning mass at St. Mary's is at S o'clock, since the first of last December, instead of 7:30. Joseph Dederich' left on Tuesday i night for Deer Lodge, Mont., where he will figure on the cost of a new mill I to be erected there by Hon. A. W. Mc- Cune. Architect Neuhausen is working on I the interior of St. Mary's Cathedral, and is having Mr. Birch prepare two sets of planF, one of Romanesque and the other of selected Gothic. On, Tuesday. Jan. 9, Rev. Father Keenan united in marriage Mr. John Harrington and Miss Katherine Harrington, Har-rington, two prominent young people of Mercur. The ceremonv was per- 1 formed at St. Mary's Cathedral. According to theOmaha News. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Tarbet, and Mr. Tar-bet's Tar-bet's mother, are guests at the Millard hotel. After a visit with Hon. John A. Creighton. an old friend of Mr. Tar-bet's, Tar-bet's, the party proceeded to New York. Rt. Rev. Bishop Scanlan a few davs ago presented the Sewing Society with a beautiful book, called "Our Faith and Its Defenders," by John Giimary Shea. The ladies drew for the prize. Mrs. D. I H. Bero being t'he fortunate recipient. S- There was a Requiem Masw at 8 1 o'clock on last Monday, for the repose ! of the soul of Maurice Joy, who died Dec. 8, 189. and there w is" a Requiem Mass at 9 o'clock on the same day for i the renose of the souls of Mrs. James McCallum and Mr. Daniel Dillon. There was a meeting of the Altar Society So-ciety last Sunday after 11 o'clock Mass. Many new members joined, among them Mrs. Thomas Kearns, Mrs. Wil son. .Mrs. KinseJla. Mrs. Schultz and Mrs. (iriffin. Another meeting will be called in the near future, to elect officers of-ficers for the ensuing year. A new organization called the Wom-an'ci Wom-an'ci Athletic Club was formed on last Tuesday evening. The meeting was hJid in the Y. M. C. A. parlors, and eighteen members joined. Miss Harriet McDougal, director of physical culture at Rowland Hall, will be the director. She has had much experience in this hj of work, and has had marked sue cess. Herbert R. Blackstock, the well known Idaho Sheepman, died at the Holy Cross hospital on Sunday morning. morn-ing. Mr. Blackstock came here from Caldwell ten days ; go and was immediately imme-diately stricken with pneumonia. AH possible attention was given him and it was thought he would recover. The funeral services were conducted on Tuesday morning from O'Donnell's undertaking un-dertaking parlors. J Mrs. Dillon, the widow of the late Daniel Dillon, wishes to extend her , heartfelt thanks to the mayor and city ; council for their prompt and substantial substan-tial aid rendered during her late be- j reavement: to the chief of police and j the entire department for their untiring : attention during his illness and at the i funeral; to the fire department for their kindness; to the A O. U. W.. and to the public and many friends for their i kind aid. The Catholic Knights of America, ' St. Laurence branch met on Tuesday night at their hall on Brigham street to elect new officers. Many new mem-bam mem-bam were present to join the order. The election resulted as follows: President, Presi-dent, Rev. Father Kiely; vice president. presi-dent. John Costello; financial secretary. secre-tary. Rev. W. F. Morrisey: corresponding correspond-ing secretary. D. V. Duguet, treasurer, Bernard Sprenger; sergeant-at-arms.