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y 8 GOODWIN'S YBBKL.Y.
H 1 1 !T The prophet is without honor who made book
I Si $ with tho idea timt the fai1 and winter scason in
B 1 1 ' society was destined to bo a case o hibernation
IS H ' with nothing doing to enliven its torpid condl-
M III ' tion Tne daily twenty-hour transformation scene
M W of tne past week lias een very Siddy and very
IP raj wonderful, but there is a fear that it has been
H I 1 1 J. a little too strenuous to last, and that afternoon
H I 1 lj i j affairs will be the thing for a week or two. It
m ! nt ' '- has been charmingly demoralizing, but a little
m J JJ; exacting on the men who ought to drop down
H I town early. If it kept up, the ladies might begin
Hjj' X j. to miss the sterner sex. This is general and not
M S! ' detail for, well, two lines of Rogers Brothers'
H J? J will explain:
B e ' "Does his wife ever miss .her husband?"
H lii'k "No, she can throw straighter."
lit The McCornick Luncheon.
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H ?j if1 A most elaborate luncheon was that given on
m l''.y Tuesday at the beautiful McCornick home. It
m I ) 'j was given by Mrs. W. S. McCornick and Miss
B j Keogh in honor of their sister, Mrs. George Mc-
Ifh Kaskel, and about seventy-five guests enjoyed the
H, ' charming event. Small tables were arranged
i life throughout the rooms, with a large table in the
$ I dining-room. The artistic decorations were per-
H Wt ! 1 fectly arranged, the idea in each room harmoniz-
B mvl ing with its color.
I 33 . Great yellow chrysanthemums were the dis-
H I W L" tinctive feature in the hall, and in direct contrast
H j jji the drawing-room was rich in red, with masses of
H j ik Beauties arranged effectively. In the dining-room
Hj ".!,! roses, palms and ferns made the room a bower
B 1 Tl1 of Seen and wuite and another room was made
B ' M beautiful with masses of pink rosebuds. Crystal
H I :J candelabra, shaded in the tints of the different
B i n , decorations, were on the tables, and through the
H mx lace covering over each the delicate tints of the '
B Ui decorations were visible. The place cards were
1 I fill J also in colors to suit the tables.
f t a 1 A string orchestra played all afternoon, and
r u , the whole affair was elegant.
B mm The Druehl Affairs.
HN W S Mrs. F. A. Druehl and Mrs. Walter Druehl have
H l! jij been hostesses at three of the largest and most
H ft I brilliant affairs of the week.
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Hn Mm e rs" was a beautiful reception given on
H Hj K Tuesday. Nothing but autumn leaves wei e used
H !! m n ne decorations, and nothing could have been
Hj if P more beautiful, the colors of the foliage making
Hj il it a gorgeous effect. An orchestra played during the
Bh! llln afternoon. A large number of friends were
H4 i f 1 nresent-
HUI f , j The following day the same ladies entei tained
H'kI I'K ! a an afternoon card party. Sixtythree was played,
IB n Til I about fifty guests being present, and the function
lBJ M was most enjoyable.
Hh i ji'l The followinS evening the first dance of the
winter uas given at the Ladies' Literary Club by
the same hostesses. The clubhouse was exquisite
with palms and flowers and autumn leaves, the
music was perfect, and Friday came too soon.
The large dancing-room was cleverly arranged
with settees and cosy corners, a glorious punch
found place in the front hall, and refreshments
were served downstairs.
About two hundred invitations were issued,
and few invited ones remained away.
With the Bachelor Officers.
If the bachelor officers of the fort entertain at
many affairs as clever as that of "Wednesday at the
Country Club, there will be a sudden chorus of
"I "Want to Join the Military."
Capt. Winn, Capt. Harrison, Lieut. McConnell,
Lieut. Falls and Lieut. Piatt were hosts, and the
day was a complete success. The pretty club
looked very military indeed, decorated with the
Stars and Stripes, with the uniformed band on
the lawn, and two orderlies with sidearms assist
ing the ladies from the carriages.
In the afternoon there was a putting contest,
and Mrs. Bartch served tea.
Miss Kate Judge won the ladies' prize, and
Mr. 'Holman and Mr. Kopp tied for the men's
In the evening there was dancing back of the
clubhouse, and a delightful supper was served.
The clubrooms were decorated in yellow and white
chrysanthemums and marigolds, giving life to the
pretty tables. In the patois that always best de
scribes, the officers made good.
The Park Reception.
The reception given Wednesday evening bv
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Park in honor of Dr. Kenneth
C. Park and his bride was a charming event. The
prettily decorated rooms were crowded with their
friends all evening. The Deseret Mandolin club
furnished the music, and a number of ladies as
sisted in receiving and serving refreshments.
Continued on vane 10.
Strictly 0nsb & COOipflliy One Price
AT 122 MAIN STREET.
Have the kind of . . .
That appeal to the men who like the
STYLISH, the GOOD OUALITY and
a'ways the RIGHT PRICES.
SOLE AGENTS for the Famous
Alfred Benjamin (L Co.
GRAY BROS, & CO., - 122 MAIN STREET.
Purchase of LACE CURTAINS
from a large Philadelphia mill, bought at half
price Entire purchase goes on sale Monday in
four lots. All new, pretty and desirable patterns.
LOT 1 Worth up to $1.25 per pair .... 75c
LOT 2 Worth up to $1.76 per pair . . .$1.10
LOT 3 Worth up to $2.75 per pair .... 1 .85 .
LOT 4 Well worth $3.60 per pair .... 2.65
Designer and Ladies' Tailor on Cloaks and Suits.
First-Class Workmanship and Perfect Fit guaran
teed at reasonable prices
258 Main St., upstairs, Rooms 1-2.
They Say "Love is Blind"
But most of the Brides and Grooms
can see that V. V. Morris has the
Best Gut Flowers & Decorations.
142 South Main.
Our Rubber Goods
We buy from the world's best rubber
So they ought to be good.
We say they are the best and back
our sayso up, which means
You can come and get a Hot Water
Bottle a Fountain Syringe a Bulb
Syringe a pieceof Tubing apiece
of Sheeting or a Nipple.
And if they don't give you perfect
We'll make it right with you.
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