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Hi ! I 8 GOODWIN'S YBB K.JU Y. I
I V Society Kfent of the XOeeK
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SJJ ! I H How very 11kg the cities we are growing.
m Hk tt Under a veiy mottled society veil which was
HI K drawn around a function known as "an informal
i Hlw' ! S little affair," a prominent society man, stepped
Hln l M into a brace game a night or two ago, and bade
4f Us ' I tue llostess Sod nifiht after a "pTeasant evening,"
'I I Pi I several hunared to the bad.
k H I He is too good a sport to squeal, but a friend
I JM ff I i oE hs uearinS ol the steal and the job, whispered
flS E i jf confidentially, and in some way, the story leaked,
iffl W I i and ran into this column.
'ffg m One of the two gentlemen hatched the idea
11 'III I I during the afternoon that it would be a good stunt
BIl 1 to liavG a luiet Party at his house. He suggesteu
lHlf ' I tuat lades e Presenti and that the game be a
tiHr I I casual suggestion during the evening.
flRlii ' i With due respect it must be said that the
'1HK' if I ladies knew nothing of the job, ror they are
! if Rill' I a11 sweet and charming women, and will probably
IfSlti Li be somewhat embarrassed, even if their husbands
'IfKlll ''X I are no wen uey read or the trap.
,'fHlj. ! 1 I The two conspirators talked too wisely in the
$Bl II $ clul3 cloak room dropping such expressions as "we
""JlBi j 1 l mustn't play against each other," "it's a cinch,"
"Hjf I1 1 N i and so on.
jftBi I m Well, they got him, and they trimmed him
iMKIk! j I j properly, and while he can afford to lose the
HiHIrl !' S ft money, he'd rather spend it thrvn contribute it to
jflfBtil; l f the semi-profesh.
fMiUli El 3 And after this, when the monthly rounds are
liJHliElI'l v made for fines, Chief Paul, you mignt overlook
IJNilSPlPn 1 some of the good, kind dealers in the tenderloin,
'iSfliiiKll and send a S(luad or two up among the smart
jjMJl (19 W London and Paris have a host of just such so-
iflf 1 III I ciety Srafters tut Isn,t ifc a little stronS for Salt
JB I J Lake?
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Snh I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Jennings have an-
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JjH h iff nounced the engagement of their daughter Hattie
1 Hli 1 1 j I to Mr. Arthur Shepnerd, tfie marriage to take
jHfj l.j place in March.
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IH ti ! W Mrs. George Y. Wallace and Mrs. Belen were
mjj j IKj hostesses on Monday at a very delightful card
Hp i P party. Sixty-three was the game, and about fifty
Bkj ; l guests were present. The Japanese tables and
Bf'r I ll souvenirs were unique novelties.
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H. W The reception to the Democratic members of
Hpi ; W the legislature and the nominees of the last elec-
flB I : W tion at the home of Moses Thatcher on Wednes-
IHI I r day evening was a complete success. Those
H I who assisted were Mrs. Simon Bamberger, Mrs.
HBf Ij W. H. King, Mrs. R. W. Young, and Mrs. J. L
JHU i ,: Rawlins.
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jwl 1 The Country Club election was held at Chris-
IHS&ll tensen's Hall on Tuesday afternoon, and was
j)H closed very peaceable with hair intact and no
IflHlJ bones broken.
HHU m I The ticket chosen for the ensuing year is com-
H9Vjk I posed of the following excellent selections:
H I Mr. Mont Ferry, Mr. Fischer, Mr. Channing,
jBjLij 8 Mr. Holman, Mr. Pollock, and Mr. Wicks.
jHlnlr m It is thought that either Mr. Feny or Mr.
Swli w m Fischer will be chosen president of the club. They
H? m if received the most votes at the meeting, and are
IHHW 81 apparently the choice in the running.
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Bdn ft Miss Woodward has returned from Denver
HKf li i Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Jones will return next
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Clawson Tiave announced
the engagement of their daughter Bessie to Mr.
I Leroy B. Hughes. The marriage will take place
BHHifii If in tlle earlv summer.
Hs H! B Mrs. D. C. McLaughlin has gone to California.
Hl Mr. and Mrs. Sol Siegel were hostess at a
HHHHB'iff unique pink-domino party last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James Jack announce the en
gagementof their daughter Jennie to Mr. T. L.
Holliday. The marriage will take place next Wed
nesday. Miss Harkness will leave with Mrs. Sharp for
a New "fcork visit.
Mrs. Salisbury entertained the Sixty-three
Card club yesterday.
Miss Holman entertained at luncheon on
Mr. Holden gave a dinner at the Alta club on
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wood give a large card par
ty next Wednesday evening.
Mrs. R. H. Channing gave a beautiful lunch
eon in honor of Mrs. Sharp on Tuesday. The
decorations were in pink and covers were laid
Colonel Holmes leaves for California next
Mrs. David Murray returns next week.
Misses Emma and Louise Maddlson are at
home at 70 West Fifth South.
Miss Welley is the guest of Miss Sallie Leo
nard. The marriage of Miss Ada Roberts and Mr.
Thaddeus W. Naylor was solemnized in the temple
Mrs. J. H. Richards entertained at a children's
party on Wednesday.
One of the smartest affairs of the week was the
Sharp-Holmes luncheon at the Alta club on Wed-
, nesday. The decorations were in deep red, roses
. forming the principal decoration, and covers were
, laid for twenty.
Madam Pfoutz and Mrs. Pfoutz entertain at
cards on Wednesday.
. Major and Mrs. Downey give an "old-fash-(
ioned supper" and card party on Thursday even
ing. Mr. D. E. Burley, and Mr. D. H. Peery leave
, for Honolulu in a few days. "Wela-ka-hao!"
1 A new society reporter recently wrote "covers
were laid for six, and they all stayed on their own
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Gray entertain this
1 evening at cards.
' There was a pleasant, hop at the Fort last
j THE AMERICAN BRIDE.
; There is a difference, it seems between the
American bride and the bride of other countries.
The American woman adapts herself to changed
' circumstances more readily than any foreigner
can do. As the wife of the farmer or the capital
, ist. she acquires rapidly the manners of her sta
tion. Such is the view taken y a writer on the
subject of brides in the February Cosmopolitan,
j whose article is illustrated with a dozen fine
j photographs of lovely woman in her wedding
The army and navy constitute a distinctive ele
1 inent of American society, and the wives and
i daughters of the officers, whether from the hom
i age due to arms or on account of their personal
attractions, everywhere elicit attention and admir
ation. Their lives, however, are not altogether en
; viable; in the navy separations are long and fre
i quent, and in both branches of the service there Is
. the ever-present danger of death or injury to loved
ones. Waldon Fawcett, in an article in the De
i lineator for March, describes at lengtn the social
life of the army and navy, and tne Illustrations,
showing well known officers and their wives, and
scenes and events familiar to the men of the army
' and navy are a delightful accompaniment to the
En all Departments
ALTERATION and EXPANSION SALE
Cboice Cut J lowers,
Tloral Designs, Potted Plants ana Nt flowers.
T2 E. SECOND SOUTH
The B. C. Morris Floral Co.
THOS. HOBDAY, MANAGER
af You re Sure of tbe Finest J
jf Gi2ur to be Ikd if You go to jj
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W. B. LANIUS, Nlngr. J
I 229 $outb iVio. Tijone Ho. 359 'I
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A Lovers' Quarrel
Is a serious thing
There is a Good Florist in Town
V. V. Morris, ,.
142 South JWeiltr Street.
vg Science is doing many things these days - K
5 And old Nature will have to look out for
5) herself; I
s Now we have the rubber sponges, made of
'& pure rubber,
With all the Bponginess of natural sponges
and many better points.
Best point is g
They don't get stick and slimy, g
Last longer, too.
Try one for a sponge bath nnd notice the p
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