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Jl jl Social Saunterings
!' i1; ' The first-nighters came out all right for Billie
'UK ' l Burke and John Drew.
ill l The house was the best of weeks. The Bel-
fJB , I lingers had a stall" party and t'.iree or four friends
III ' I with them. Mrs. Jack Rooklldge, the McMillan
ffn ; girls, Mary Moore and her guest, Miss Jutte, Mrs.
jfH' ' W. P. Kiser, Mm. Dave Murray and as many
IHB ! ,. ' men wore down in front. Mrs. Murray was with
11H " i a party from the post, and several others from
H '!( the fort were scattered around through' the or-
H: )'l chestra rows.
H j: ! Two or three dinners had preceded the play
jHH I' and a couple of after-theater parties wore given.
JjIH 'v Blllle Burke made as much of a hit with the
jH J women as the men. Her gowns were beauties,
jH and she wore them splendidly.
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flH ; Miss Dora Daly will not bo home next week
H if as was expected. Sho has decided to stay a few
'H weeks longer on the coast, and will visit in Oak-
jH ! land for the noxt week or so.
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V'H I Tho Country Club opens today. The big
H '! rooms have been thrown open and are as
aH 'I fresh and cool as tho breezes that come
HH !; tumbling down from the foothills can make them.
flBl The grass is up and the green is out everywhere
I about the house until one wonders how wo have
gotten through the spring at all without the club.
; Toa is to bo served this afternoon at i o'clock,
and the table d'hoto dinner will be on at C. The
j dancing starts at 9.
Elsewhere in tho Weekly will be found the
golf program for the afternoon by Arthur Copp.
A big crowd of people are going down in time
for dinner tonight, and for the hop afterwards.
M I "l1 Two or throe parties will come in from the Post,
fHH ' fl,f and the night will be merry assuredly. Half a
SBj dozen crowds are going down in their cars,
H '. ; and most of the out-of-town girls have been
vBEm ' ' I asked.
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; H I I Early in the week the following program of
; ffl t events for May was issued and sent up town.
; ffl , Apparently every one likes the arrangement:
H I ' Wednesday, May G Table d'hote luncheon 1
v H K i o'clock.
H j , Saturday, May 9 Tea 4 o'clock; tablo d'hote
I '' dinner G:30.
mm ." Wednesday, May 13 Tablo d'hoto dinner 1
J$M . ,y, I o'clock.
Saturday, May 10 Table d'hote dinner 0:30;
Wednesday, May 20 Table d'hote luncheon.
Saturday, May 23 Tea 4 o'clock; table d'hote
Wednesday, May 27 Table d'hote luncheon.
Saturday, May 30 Buffet luncheon; table
d'hote dinner G:30; dancing, 9 o'clock.
Tito rule goes this yoar that Saturday nights
folks may bring down only one non-member.
The social committee for the summer will con
sist of Mrs. Don Carlos Roberts, chairman; Mrs.
Union Worthington, Mrs. J. R. Walker, Miss Kath
orine Williams and Miss Marge Miller.
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The girls of the younger set have started fes
tivities for tho June brides.
Yesterday afternoon Miss Gertrude Hanson en
tertained at her homo for Miss Eloise Sadler and
Leila Stingley. Miss Florence Kimball will enter
tain for Miss Sadler and Miss Nora Van Cott
Monday afternoon and Wednesday afternoon Miss
Katharine Geddes will entertain for Miss Sadler
and Miss Van Cott at her home.
Things ought to hum during May for the June
girls for the month starts out bravely enough.
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Mrs. Eleanor Glyn of London, the famous Eng
lish authoress, who has created all sorts of sen
sations with her book entitled "Three Weeks," is
in Salt Lake for a few days and is a guest at the
Newhouse home. In the absence of Mr. and Mrs.
Newhouse Miss Mary Moore is acting as hostess.
Mrs. Glyn is on her way from New York City to
Santa Barbara. She is tired out with her trip
and a little entortainng may be done for her by
Miss Moore, but in all probability not very much.
Mrs. Glyn is a charming woman personally and is
perhaps the most talked of woman writer in the
world. In addition to "Throe Weeks," which is
probably her best known work, sho has written
"Visits of Elizabeth," "The Reflections of Am
brosine," "The Damsel" and "Tho Sage."
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The first church wedding of tho season oc
curred Tuesday aftornoon at the First Congrega
tional when Miss Maydelia Aldon Hobbs and Dr.
Jack Hosmer were married. No formal Invitations
wore issued. Rev. Mr. Goshon road the service.
The brido was attended by her sister, Miss Font
'Mr FrS-JP Great Water
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111; ' IISHHIhBBf W TTT Whitens the white goods
KB mmSKKM-y 1w H Brightens the colored goods
HB ! SHflflBiP H Eliminates the injury to the fa-
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Hobbs, of Portland, and Dr. R. W. Quick of Idaho
was best man. Dr. and Mrs. Hosmer left after
the ceremony for a short wedding trip and will
'be at home in West Jordan after May 16.
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Mrs. J. B. Cosgriff entertained at her Brlgham fl
street home Wednesday afternoon at bridge tea. J
Mrs. Cosgriff carried off tho prizes Tuesday aftor
noon at the tea given by Mrs. J. J. Broughall for j
Mrs. James Finlen at the former's home.
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Changes are being made so rapidly among the
officers at the post that tho people downtown
are hardly having a chance to become acquainted.
Captain Willis T. TJline is back from a three
months leave of absence. Mrs. Uline and her
three children are with the captain and they will
be at home at Officer's quarters number 16, Cap
tain Uline is the adjutant of the post.
Another change at the post during the week
has been the departure for Washington, D. C,
of Captain and Mrs. Samuel Smiley. Captain Smil- I
ey has been appointed adjutant general of the
National Guard of the District of Columbia. The
detail is one of the best in the army.
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potter, Captain Byron Con
rad, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Murray and one or two
others have formed two or three merry little the
ater parties during the week. Tuesday night part
of the crowd were in boxes at the Orpheum and
the rest down in front having all sorts of a good
Mrs. Potter goes to Frisco Tuesday with the
Mrs. Parrish and Miss Pearl Seiz, who have been
her guests for some time at the post, to attend
to personal business and to participate in the I
social fetes incident to the arrival of the fleet.
Mrs. J. E. Bamberger is homo after two months
in New York. Mrs. Reveberg returned with her. i
Mrs. Bamberger will sail for Europe about the
middle of June.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Weil will return noxt week
from California. Miss Crafts, Mrs. Weir's sister,
will return with thorn.
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Ben Siegol entertained a party at tho Country
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