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HH 8 GOODWIN'8 WEEKLY.
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Hl r'( i Some Rosebuds.
t Happiness and sweetness, and lovo that could
l ;'! ' 1 nt weary
Hf , $ i I picked some rosebuds little one, and wound
: i them in your hair
H; 'j My life was in a little word from your warm
H Im, lips my dearie,
H f& Your lips were just a rosebud, and I stooped and
Hi ri kissed them there.
HI ! . Heart-ache and lonliness, my soul is sobbing,
H 'h ' I knelt beside your grave today, and put some
Hl n' rosebuds there
Hf I A mist is in my eyes, sweetheart, and all my
HU v Mf s dreary
Hi li And my poor love is crying out upon the sunless
H .''V air
Mi , Tod Goodwin.
' . The Sherman-Katz Wedding.
iJI! 5 1 The wedding of Miss Edna Sherman and Mr.
I ,'v i Alma D. Katz will be the important society event
J'V , of next week, and it will be one of the most elab-
j , orate weddings of the summer. Society has been
Hl A rt i anticipating the event ever since the announce-
HLi i ' n ment, and hundreds of their friends will be
Hf M I present. The wedding will take place at St.
Hb (fill t1 Mark's cathedral, on Monday evening, Dean
H9 H ;' Eddie officiating. Miss Edith Sherman will be
Hi' ptf, the maid of honor and the bride will be attended
I ,r !, ' by Mrs. Harry Davis Gue, Mrs. Charles Post and
i ' ( Miss Ida Hanauer. Governor Wells will be best
I man, and the ushers are Dr. J. F. Critchlow, Judge
Dlehl, Mr. W. J. Lawrence, Dr. E. A. Tripp, Mr.
1, , Max Hanauer, and Mr. Grant Hampton. A recep-
1 tion at the Ladies' Literary club-house will follow
H" ' the ceremony. Mr. Katz and his bride will go
H I to Honolulu, returning to the city in September.
H 1 1 j , Coleman Muslcale.
H'jjV j 4 Tne son recital, given at the Congregational
H.t j church Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
H 1 I J. Coleman and Miss Coleman, was the event of
H V k the week. Society was out in force to hear Miss
, j 1 1 Coleman, whose beautiful voice made a fine im-
f ' I pression. Her versitility was shown in the varied
jU ;. selection of her programme, which delighted her
1! I J audience. The accompaniments of Mr. Wood-
fj ti i ' 4 mansee were perfect and his solos were rendered
H "J, , beautifully. The musicale was a great success.
H if l ,i At the Post.
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B y v Tll llIs1 tea and tlie ll0I) glven lnst Saturday
i i t J evening by tlio ladies of Fort Douglas was the
l J , swellest event given at the Post in months. Mrs.
HH j,if ij u Sturgis, Miss Bubb and Lieut. Merrill were the
HhjJiI' j committee on arrangements, and they handled the
BBIr ' ' affair beautifully.
IHU'l' i Music and refreshments at the Officers' club fol-
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HSSiL: : lowed the dancing:.
HHJli The broad upper balcony at the Officers' club
HHfffi ';, is quite the thing parade nights, and many gay
nfSji r parties, with their giddy chaperons, make it a
HfjMgjJj' rendevous. There is tea for the venerable, a bit
HHh( ii J of Scawtch in a long glawss, cakes and ale if you
SHfijlj ,' ' w.ish, or bread and milk for the superstitious. At
HH s any rate it is a nice place to go, try it if you're
HfflHf II J invited.
HfflQM Country Club.
IHfaH A buffot lunch will be served at the club today
H9BjB n'm i2:3 to 2'3-
BBWBW Mrs. W. W. Flegg will be the hostess tomorrow.
Mrs. Chnrles Henrotin gave a trolley party last
evening for her guest, Miss Trma D. Alff of Salt
Lake City. Miss Alff is the financee of Mr. Charles
Henrotin, Jr., who has a position with the De
Beers Mining company of Kimberley, South Africa,
lie has charge of one of the mines, where he has
twenty white men and 2000 Kaffirs under him.
Miss xVlff will leave Chicago the latter part of next
week and will sail from New York July 10th, with
iriends for London, where she will be met by Mr.
Victor Henrotin and Mrs. Henrotin's sister, Miss
Maud Martin, who lives in Paris. Miss Alff sails
July 19th for Cape Town and the marriage will
take placo at Kimberley. Chicago Post.
Mrs. Montague-Ferry entertained at an elab
orate supper at the Tavern Tuesday evening after
the Coleman musicale.
Mr. A. Cohn, Miss Harriott Cohn and Clarence
Cohn have gone camping on the Weber.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Parsons have returned
from the weddintr tour. .
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Nye have returned to
D. McPherson Boyd says he will give an open
air picnic today under Eagle gate.
Mrs. R. F. Neslen is convalescing after a serious
illness, and her many friends will be glad to hear
that she will soon be well again.
Mrs. Joseph E. Caine and children are at Silver
Miss Lucile Jennings-will leave Monday for Port
land to visit Mrs. Scott Crismon.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Keogh have gone to
Mrs. R. C. Woodruff entertained at cards Mon
Mrs. Glen Miller entertained at a children's party
for her son on Tuesday.
Maj. and Mrs. Bird entertained Monday evening.
There is talk of a team match with the Denver
Golf club. Such a match would be decidedly inter
esting. ' The Country club has half a dozen players
whoso scores indicate an unusual degree of skill,
and Denver has some crack players also. One mem
ber of the Denver club took part in the inter
national championship games and came in well
toward the top.
The secret of Mr. Copp's long drives and amaz
ing accuracy, according to Prof. Leonard, is in the
use of his wrists at the right instant. The power
ful shoulder and biceps are only the junior partner
in the business. His play reminds one of the
"swish" of a finely tempered sword. It is this
flexiblity, combined with swiftness, which always
marks the difference between the oxport and the
What was the exact length of Mr. Holman's
famous drive? Was it 215 yards, or 315? A monu
ment was erected marking the spot where the bail
lay, but some vandal hand removed it. Mr. IIol
raan should not be so reticent on the subject, but
should speak out plainly, openly and fearlessly.
The "oldest inhabitant" who remembers when
Bert Holden drove from the ninth tee to Eleventh
East St., should not be allowed to hold the record
any longer. Let us hear direct from Mr. Holman,
Ulvili Clearance Sale
Second and Last Week of
THE GREATEST ECONOMY EVENT
OF THE SEASON.
SALT PALACE BICYCLE RAGES.
Big Program Every Tuesday
and Friday Evenings at 8:30
RACES ON ALL HOLIDAYS
PORCELAIN DENTAL ART. Porcelain PJates, Crowns,
Bridges nnd Inlny Work. For (esthetic people, where
the bold nppearnnco of gold is objectionable, wo mako
a specialty of Poiceluln Dental Art.
GRISWOLD DENTAL MFG. CO.
12 ycexrs over Walker Bros.' Batik
,MCl)oice gut TlowetvM
floral Designo, potted plants and Cut -flowers
T2 E. SECOND SOUTH
The B. C. Morris Floral Co.
THOS. HOBDAY, MANAGER
2 GET ONE NOW ! !
be "Coronation" )Mcdal. j
B Size of Silver Dollar, Gold Plated and r A $
t$L Hard Enameled, only JUL r
c McConahay-Sharp Jewelry Co., H6
L jmmm 41 West Second South St. 3b
LitKiec Must be good or the best
Water hotels would not use it;
The best restaurant would
not drink it.
What kind of water do you drink?
White R.ock Ginger Ale
is the most healthful beverage you I
can drink in hot weather. I
Half pints, Pints, Quarts. I
One bottle or a case which? jfl
Ffl Dniiniiiii Perscrlption Druggist I
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