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The event of the week was the inusicale given
at the Fifth East hotel on Monday evening by Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Royle and Miss Martha Royle King.
The main hall and corridors of the hotel were
beautifully decorated with flowers and palms. The
guests were seated facing the broad staircase where
the singers stood,
j,, ,, It was the flrst appearance of Mrs. King since
I W HI I er re-urn rom New York, and her many friends
H r i I were greatly pleased with her soprano voice.
H If pj t The variety of her selections was most pleasing,
H i'!J'j i and her "Plantation Lullaby" was a charming
H tj"-'ft ' ! thing. Miss Cohn's beautiful contralto was never
Hrny heard to better advantage. Mr. Woodmansee
HhlPJ'' played with his accustomed skill. The programme:
H fff j j ', ' "The Swallows" Cowen.
H 'J '; ;' "Sweet Awakening" Meyer-Helmund.
MRu'lv1 "These Are They Which Came' (from Oratorio
fiijV of "The Holy City") Gaul-
mm W jjj "Restless River" German.
Hi 1 1 "The Train to Poppyland" Gottschalk.
HWfiPPI "Plantation Lullaby" Clustam.
f'f lf )t! Piano
t A y "Romance" Jensen.
ffl'li't "Suite" (b minor) D'Albert.
Ml m Duet
wmhtl, "Spring Song" Lassen.
I "Wanderer's Night Song" Rubinstein.
, "I Attempt From Love's Sickness to Fly" (Old
English Song, 1G85) Purcell.
"A May Morning" Denza.
i A great surprise was the marriage of Miss Bea-
l trice Sells and Mr. James Deitrick of Richmond,
i Va., at the home of the bride's mother on Wednes-
1 day morning, Rev. J. Brainard Thrall officiating.
( Mrs. Deitrick (nee Sells) became engaged to Mr.
Deitrick while she was studying in Europe, but
so closely has the secret been kept that not even
her most intimate friends had the least suspicion
of her coming marriage. The wedding was very
Iffi " quiet, only the immediate family and a few inti-
R $1 1 i mate friends witnessing the ceremony. Mr. and
H w W Mvb. Deitrick have gone to Old Point Comfort and
wXt, it'm later will hiake their home in Richmond, Va.
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m "' rs Jun Cain gave a Kensington Tuesday
H 'jfh afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. Baxter, who
BJB is visiting here.
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Wm I j If I Mrs. E. W. Duncan gave a Kensington on Wed-
WlSiM P nesday for Mrs. Harriman.
Mill , $ jj Mrs. Styer left during the week for San Fran-
WMffl ', I , cisco to meet the Captain on his return from -the
HP " I Philippines.
MMMl f Mrs. Jay T. Harris has gone to Park City.
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H'f f Miss Halsoy, who has been visiting Miss Kate
Hjlf f :i Williams, left for California Wednesday.
Hli I ( Since the opening of the Commercial club several
Bi' f !! informal luncheons have been given there by
a 1 1 different members of the club.
HHfP Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Davis of Chicago are visit-
Hu ing Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis.
Hk, Mrs. J. D. Spencer has returned from Logan.
1 j Miss Lorene Leary gave a Kensington Thurs-
II wNL day afternoon.
HttK Mrs. Wm. H. Dale has returned,
HHH Col. J. W. Bubb of the Twelfth infantry, in com-
HfiBK mand at' Fort Douglas, with the officers at the
M0M Post, made their first official call on the Governor
Monday afternoon. The officers were received by
the Governor and his staff at his residence on
First street. W
Mrs. Claud Freed entertained at dinner on
Mrs. Charles Rooklidge has gone to Park City.
Mrs. S. J. Kenyon entertained at a Kensington
yesterday and gives another today.
Mrs. Jack Keith has discontinued her Mondays
Mrs. Joseph T. Jenkins entertained at a chil
drens party at Saltair Wednesday in honor of the
birthday of her daughter.
Miss Lucy Hewitt has gone to Denver to spend
Mrs. Cheesman and daughter have as their
guests at Brighton Helen . Gillispie arid Aleen
Miss Addie Zane entertained informally Satur
day afternoon. She entertains again today.
Gov. and Mrs. Wells will spend the summer at
Mr. E. F. Hall, the champion of the Buffalo club,
was defeated by Mr. Hale and Mr. Wicks on the
local links on Monday. Mr. Hall found the local
links abounding in hazards, and more difficult
than any he had ever played on.
Some excellent work has been done in the re
moval of stones from the course, particularly at
the bunker guarding the fourth hole. The squar
ing of the teeing grounds with the line of drive is
also a step in the right direction. Prof. Leonard
is to be congratulated on having the course in
better condition than ever before.
The greens committee is contemplating the erec
tion of a canopy of some sort at the fifth green,
where the irate player who has successfully nego
tiated the garden, the long bunker and the canal,
can cool off while addressing some remarks to the
vicious little blind bunker which has just ruined
his (or her) score.
The Ogden Golf club now has a membership of
forty, and active steps are being taken to secure
a club-house before the season of 1903.
Hope Diamond t be Sold.
If the gossip of Maiden Lane has foundation in
fact, Senator W. A. Clark of Montana has bought,
or is about to buy, the famous blue diamond o
long an. heirloom in the Hope family.
The gem is valued at $500,000.
The Hope diamond weighs 44 3-8 carrata, ii
cushion shaped, and is a perfect blue white stone.
It first appeared in London in 1830, and wai
brought by Henry Thomas Hope, an ancestor of
the present Lord Hope, former husband of May
The diamond was entailed in the Hope' family
until last year, when the High Court of Chancery
released the entail. Lord Hope sold the gem to
Joseph Frankels' Sons of New York City. They im
mediately placed its selling price at half a mil
D. J. Frankel, of the firm, admitted yetc
, day that the stone would be definitely sold In a
few days, but he would not say to whom. Nw
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