- Judge Thomas H. Phillips of Kaysville was in the city of Salt Lake yesterday. He is president of the Democratic Club in that city.
-- Last evening the Social and Literary Club enjoyed themselves with a sleigh ride and also held a short meeting where a very interesting program was rendered.
- A dance was given in the Music Hall under the auspices of the Social Club.
-- The Republicans have decided not to nominate a mayor, recorder or justices, but their nominees for counselors are: Robert H. Wall, James H. Larkins, Theo J Robins and W. H. Sheffield; for treasurer C. Burton Jr.; for marshal T. F. Roueche Jr., and for assessor W. J. Barton. they feel hopeful of electing some of these candidates as they are strong capable men.
-- Last evening the officers and invited friends gathered at the residence of H. J. Sheffield and gave him a genuine surprise. Some of his friends kept him uptown till 7pm and during his absence guests arrived bringing their picnics and arranging for the party. When re returned home a more surprised man would have been hard to find. There were games and social chat til 10pm. He was presented with a handsome Book of Mormon. Mr. Sheffield thanked everyone for their kindness to him after which food, singing, games etc. were indulged in until 1am when the guest began leaving.
PHOTO: Heber John Sheffield (1854-1936) Merchant, Mayor, church and community leader - Courtesty of Ancestry
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