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Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, August 16, 1902, Image 16

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Klii 8 GOODWIN'S YBBKL.V.
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Mr Society.
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Wjp J' ' At The Country Club.
HHli ; ,( Next Wednesday, August 20th, will be visitors'
Hnjni i I days at the Country club, and any number of
Hamf ' ' smart little dinners have been arranged to pre-
HRji . 4 ' ceed the dance which will be given by the hos-
jjHpff ;, tesses for the day, Mrs. Smodley Smith, Miss Ged-
jHwjff des, Miss Burke and Miss McCorniclt.
IBRpI ' I And, speaking of the dances at the club, Truth's
HUj ! j I society editor solemnly tells the smart set that
HHIjj i j nothing less formal than a Tux should be worn
HSU If i on such an occasion. The fact of the matter is
' that, East and West, at the real Country clubs, the
' I Tux has been almost abandoned. So many men
f 1 go out in the afternoon, and, anyway, it is a nui-
! ' i sance to get outside of an evening makeup and
H1 l go out in the country. .Of course, you might keep
lsljf! j j j a complete wardrobe in your golf locker, or your
I a j man might trail you out with the necessary cloth-
ing, and then again, he might not.
At any rate, you can take your pick next week,
fj J for you'll see sack suits and weird golfing affairs, .
I and frock coats, and a Tux or two, and some
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dress suits, and some riding breeches, and some
' militia buttons, and some army duck, and most
1 any old thing.
WPnf ! And no matter what you wear, you won't be
IMIg&j i ,n J the center of attraction and the world won't come
IflH; i I j ii to an end'
jflHujlf , Mrs. J. E. Bamberger entertained at an elab-
HBrj: If orate dinner at the club Saturday evening.
R k i i ' Miss Geddes entertained a number of friends
HI! T !t
HH J! I the same evening.
HD ', I Mrs. George Phelps Holman and Mrs. G. B.
jttAf i Pfoutz are the hostesses for next Saturday.
IKffiR II Miss McCornick entertains at luncheon today.
Buff $. ' 1 .3 i
WUMl j ' i Miss Zane's tea Sunday evening for Miss Dil-
mjjm lh I lingham was one of the charming events of the
HI' IV week
SiflC' M ' " Mr" TP1In entertained at an elaborate lunch-
jlfjjjjfjpl I ij eon at the Commercial club on Tuesday in honor
iBMf-jj 1 1 1 i ot Miss Dillingham. Covers were laid for ten.
Hjf&f ' Mr. L. Newborg of New York, with Mr. J. J.
jffiraJ j j '' Bamberger, are guests at the home of the latter's
JHlitl ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bamberger.
HR ij I Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Filer are home from
MpI 11 i i San Francisco. They will go East next Monday.
iHf II ' 1 Mr and Mrs E W Duncan entertained at
Kg I' J ' dinner Tuesday evening.
Mm Ij If ' The reception at the Elks' club for the visiting
BHfjr. i I j I ladies Tuesday afternoon was one of the pleasant
HP1 if ' evonts of the week. Music, refreshments, pretty
BHP;j I decorations and charming hostesses made the af-
1h ' ternoon charming, and the whole affair was tlior-
tiulii f S oughly enjoyable. In charge were Mesdames Fred
Hi!' I ' I A Hal-e' W H Dale'w- L- Ellerbeck, E. F. Root,
BSjj''f i J. X. Ferguson, E. L. Carpenter, George Steiner,
Hfjjgg I I r ' Misses Park, Leary and Hale.
flNjR' 'I j Miss Louise Peery of Ogden is the guest of Mrs.
IB1 rill 'I ' Joseph T. Jenkins.
M uS?! Jl i Mr. D. H. Peery has returned from New York.
Lieut. McConnell entertained a large party at
the Wild West show Monday evening, and after
wards the guests were entertained at a delightful
supper by Miss Grath. Those present were Mrs.
Filer, Miss McMillan, Miss Donnellan, Miss Salis
bury, Mr. Filer, Mr. T. Ellis Brown, Mr. Ripley
and Lieut. Piatt.
The second musicale given by Judge and Mrs.
J. C. Royle and Mrs. Martha Royle King will take
place at the Fifth East hotel Monday evening.
Mrs. Ira Lewis soes to San Francisco next
week.
Mrs. W. H. Dickson and Mrs. James Anderson
entertained the Salt Lakers in San FranciBco on
Wednesday at the Roanoke. A large number of
Salt Lakers enjoyed the evening.
Dr. Niles has returned.
Mr. and Mrs. Alma Katz have returned.
Judge and Mrs. William H. King entertained
at dinner Sunday evening.
Mr. Critchlow entertained at luncheon on Mon
day. Mrs. R. A. Keyes has returned.
Col. and Mrs. Holmes gave a large theater party
at the opening performance of "Corianton."
The Toast.
The Eminent Lawyer smiled as the deafening
applause greeted the announcement of his name.
He was to respond to the time-honored toast,
"Woman." For many years he had made it his
specialty. He was most eloquent on the subject.
He had traced the ladies back to Eve and even
had a good word for her. He ran his hand over
the top of his head three times, each time smooth
ing down one of his hairs.
"Woman," he said, and turned the small wine
glass round and round; "woman". ho smacked his
lips.
The gentlemen settled back in their chairs and
prepared for poetry. The Eminent Lawyer's face
grew almost saintly as he spoke the opening
words in a deep, rich and yet withal a tenderly
sincere tone: "Woman, God bless her." His voice
quivered, his eyes grew dim, his whole being
seemed rent with the feeling he put into the
words. He alluded to "the hand," "the Cradle,"
and "the World" ideas. He gave them a little dab
of mythological woman, and lingered lovingly on
Sapho and other warm-blooded personages. Then,
breathing deeply, he reiterated, "Woman, God
bless her," and sat down.
The Eminent Lawyer's wife was propped up in
bed with three pillows. The man of pills was feel
ing her pulse.
"Will I recover, doctor?" she asked.
The man of pills smiled. "Yes, you'll recover.
How did it occur?"
"Oh, we had a little tiff and he threw a salt cel
lar at me. Dear old boy! he was always partial to
salt cellars!" St. Louis Mirror.
Bess Wasn't that awful about Stella?
Nell I haven't heard anything.
Bess You- haven't! Why, she eloped with a
prize fighter.
Nell Poor girl! She certainly must have been
hard hit. Chicago News.
! 1 The Idan-ha Hotel
SHRTf 11 '' iPPV out' Most popular summer resort
jj i i JpfiHl i anc kest hotel in the state.
i jj JL . SwwilliSSi A Opened May 25th and closes Oc-
iiiilf Jjik MnkrTlnf fc- 6 famous ldan"ha Kaiural Liihia Waler served Free
BUHIM 1.1 HBBHPHRpWflKyVilVIHiHHfiffi For rates and further particulars, address
ItjuH ' -nt ?Wm'mi? - ?QpA spRINas r IDAHO.
Shirt Waist Headquarters!
All Styles, All Prices!
Immense Assortments!
Greatest Values!
SALT PALACE BICYCLE RACES.
Big Program Every Tuesday
and Friday Evenings at 8:30
RACES ON ALL HOLIDAYS
PORCELAIN DENTAL ART. Porcelain Plates, Crowns
Brieves and Inlay Work. For resthctlc people, where
the bold appoaranco of gold Is objectionable, wo make
a specialty of Porcelain Dental Art.
GRISWOLD DENTAL MFG. CO.
DENTISTS.
t2 yeans over Walker Bros.' Bank
I)oice Cut Tlowers
McCORNICK BUILDING
floral Designs, potted plants and Cut -flowers
72 E. SECOND SOUTH
The B. C. Morris Floral Co.
,THOS. HOBDAY, MANAGER
77 I($()tCE) A Nice Cool Retreat, Close to Home
Wi ,
m (JCrtl4! Patronized and Recommended
I IVVI by the Best People in the State.
MISS E MORRISON, Mgr. Box 18, Sandy, Utah.
TfVou :
l)(H)&tt t WHITE ROCK MINERAL
rVl(l WATER you havn't tried
l IvU thg kest mjnerai Water in
the world today.
We know the world is a big place
But that's what the judges at the
Paris Exposition said,
So why shouldn't we ?
We're state agents for this famous
water.
We'll send you a bottle or a case, just i
as you wish.
F. C. Schramm mre stp
1 Ul UUIIIInmm McCornick Bldg. 1
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