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GOODWIN'S W.EEKLY 9 I
SOCIETY folk during tho past week
'dipped into the mad riot of enter
taining royalty at receptions,
balls and various other functions and
also made themselves conspicuous at
many pleasant affairs given in honor
of Her Imperial Majesty and the thou
sands of subjects who came to do
homage to the monarch.
The most Important society event of
the big week was the reception and
ball at the Hotel Utah Thursday night
in honor of the officers and delegates
to the National Irrigation Congress.
It was purely an invitational affair. In
tho receiving line were the officers
J and ladles of the congress, together
jl vfith Governor and Mrs. Spry and
( Mayor and Mrs. Park. The commit
tee -which had the matter in charge
consisted of W. H. Shearman, chair
man; Mrs. W. H. Cunningham, vice
chairman; Mrs. W. W. Armstrong,
Mrs. Karl A. Scheid, Mrs. George A.
Show, Mrs. Douglas White, Miss Ma
rian Rooklidge, Miss Kate Williams,
is's Edith Shearman, Warren C. Bogue,
John D. Spencer, Horaces. Ensign,
bJ. F. Redman, A. A. Clark
The Press club is to give another
show. This year the club ha sdecided
to give "The Political 1 Mes of 1912"
and it will be an appropriate vehicle
for the transportation across tho foot
lights of many of the important inci
cidents of this important campaign.
While the date has not yet been se
lected, it is thought that the affair will
be given a few days before election,
possibly at the Garrlck theatre, as
most of tho other houses are unavail
able. Some of the brilliant members
of the club already have been at work
oh tho play and have gone so far as
to present a book that effervesces
and sparkles with wit and humor. The
situations are expected to be up to
the usual Press club standard, and t
rich treat is in store for the patrons
of the club who wouldn't miss an an
nual show for anything.
Society will turn out in force at
the races next week at Lagoon and
this will be a popular rendezvous for
thirty days. Plans are being laid for
a repetition of an event which oc
curred at Lagoon In July and if this
Scan bo arranged there will be no end
of excitement as the time for holding
A bridge tea for charity was given
Wednesday afternoon at the Dern
homo in East South Temple street,
when 300 guests helped to swell tho
fund of the West Side Neighborhood
House. The directors of the success
ful affair were Mrs. William H. Cun
ningham, Mrs. Will C. Alexander and
Mrs. W. W. Armstrong
The members of the Utah olub of
last season have decided to give an
other series of dances this winter at
the Hotel Utah, and the first in a se
ries of flvo will bo given late in Oc
tober, the exact date not yet having
been given out. The affairs are In tho
hands of three committees: arrange-
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ments, E. E. Jenkins, Dale Parke and
Richard R. Lyman; programmes and
guest cards, Mrs. L. W. Snow, Mrs. C.
L. Whitney and W: E. Lake; and mu
sic, Dr. L. W. Snow, R. W. Daynes
and Mrs. Dale Parke.
Mrs. E. EJ. Calvin and her daugh
ters, the Misses Nellie and Carrie Cal
vin, are here from Spn Francisco for
a short time and are at the Hotel Utah
during their stay.
Mrs. Willis Ullne and her three
small daughters are In Leavenworth
for a visit, but will shortly return
to Denver, "where their home is.
Mr. W. D. Donoher will leave next
Wednesday for Chicago, where she
will join Mrs. William P. Kiser for a
trip to New York.
A beautiful and elaborate affair of
Tuesday evening was the dinner given
by Mr. and Mrs. Karl Scheid at their
hospitable home in compliment to Mrs.
Sidney A. Cloman, who Is here on her
way to tho coast. The other guests
Invited to the affair were mainly the
former friends of Mrs. Cloman when
she made her home in Salt Lake some
few years ago, and included Co1, and
Mrs. James A. Irons of Fort Douglas,
Mrs. M. S. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs.
Ferdinand J. Fabian, Mrs. R. C. Wood
ruff, Jr., and Mrs. J. R. Walker, Mr.
and Mrs. Ellsworth Daggett, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Bidwell, E. O. Howard, W. H.
Shearman and E. S. Woodward.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard W. Reed are
at the Hotel Utah for a short stay,
but will leave soon for southern Cali
fornia to spend the winter there. They
will stay at Santa Barbara for a time
and later will go to Long Beach to be
at the Hotel Virginia.
Mrs. Karl A. Scheid entertained on
Friday with a luncheon at her homo
for Mrs Windsor V. Rice, who leaves
shortly for tho coast to spend the win
ter, and Mrs. Hoyt Sherman, who Ib
recently home from the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Judge have
taken the Hubbard Reed home at 777
East South Temple street for tho win
ter and are at home to their friends
Mrs. J. W. Houston and Miss Gri
zelle Houston left Tuesday morning
for the east to spend a few weeks in
New York and vicinity.
Mrs. Hal Russell and her daugh
ter, Miss Lorna Russell, left Thurs
day for New York, after a summer
spent in tho west.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud W. Freed left
Wednesday for Now York and Bos
ton to see the World's series baseball
Oh, "drink" may be used as a verb or
And also, I think, you will find
That when 'tis the latter (now pray
do not frown!)
11 is very rarely declined!
The Sultan has within his train
Conductors here and there
Whose duties are, I will explain,
Collecting of the fair.
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Oysters suffer untold agony when
eaten from the half Shell. Doctor
Harvey W. Wiley.
I always thought the bivalve died
When ousted from its shell,
But Dp'gtor Wiley doth decide
The oyster suffers. hell.
'Tis sad that In the olammy thing
Tho ebb of life still flows,
Yet just one puzzle this does bring:
How is it Wiley knows?
INSPECTS ASSAY OFFICE.
Frederic P. Dewey, assayer of the
mint bureau In tho United States
treasury, was here this week inspect
ing the local assay office which he
found in tip-top condition. The local
office is handling a great deal of gold
these ;days. Pretty 'soon the oflico
will bej moved into the federal build
ing, recently enlarged.
THE SELF STARTING
Is as easy to operate as an Electric
Company automobile row
Phone for Demonstration.
For Autumn I
Hamilton's display of H
dresses and gowns for all !H
occasions surpasses one's Idea H
of stylish creations. Add to iH
this the showing of suits,
coats and wraps, and lovely
woman need look no further H
for apparel. Perfection, DIs- H
tlnction," that's the word. H
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Remodeled, dyed, cleane'd and re- Bfl
paired. All work guaranteed, as we H
employ none but Expert Furriers. H
HUDSON BAY FUR CO I
"RELIABLE FURRIERS" H
1 22 Main St. Phone Wasatch 1161 H
This is t te Hermitage in far-famed Ogden Canyon. The fl
weather Is now pleasant and the autumn tints are of the best.
For the benefit of those who haven't had a chance to vi 't the H
"Royal Gorge of Utah," from this date to November 1, the close M
of the season, the rates on each room will be reduced one-half. H
Good electric car service. Spend a pleasant hour by the H
big log fire. Don't forget one of those trout and chicken din- H
W. G. WILSON, better known as "Billy" Wilson, proprietor. H