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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 9
THERE ha.3 been a considerable
'Mull "in' society' following the
strenuous days just preceding,
i and while the events of conference
1 and the irrigation congress were not,
strictly speaking, society affairs, the
' smart ones were very busy during the
crush and are only beginning to re
cover. Most of them attended the Irriga
tion ball at the Utah, which was prob
ably the most unique semi-public
event of a social nature that ever took
place, not only at that hostelry, but
anywhere el3e in Utah. Everybody
from everywhere was there, dressed
just as they pleased. There, were
some stunning costumes, though they
were scattered, and there were other
effects that were startling, to say the
least, even at an Irrigation ball. Mar
velous to state, considering the way
the affair was named, nobody poured
qs. is the wont of maid and dowager
at the UBual crush; but there were
lots of people who indulged in inno
vations seldom seen in the ball room.
As an improvement over the inci
dent in "The Virginian," those from
elsewhere in the state who brought
their babies either wheeled them about
on the mezzanine floor or carried
them to the ballroom, and in some
cases, three, to be exact, the fond
mothers left them in their perambu
lators in the elevator with instruc
tions to the boy to keep riding them
up and down, stating that that would
keep them quiot and that they, (the
mothers) did not want to be bothered
with them during the dance.
Those youngsters who had not been
sufficiently banqueted preceding their
appearance at the party, were accom
modated upon the shortest notice, Ir
respective of the amazed multitude,
a little cotillion figure that was Inter
esting, to say the lea3t, but which will
probably not be emulated at the dances
It was some Irrigation ball!
The Bplendid management ol the
Country club Is to bo congratulated on
their decision to extend the usual en
tertainments during the month of
October, and the members greatly ap
preciate what they have done. There
are to be the usual Wednesday lunch
eons and the Saturday night table
d'hote dinners, and dances, the club
season closing on Thursday evon'ng,
October 31st, with a ball masque, when
each member of the club will bo al
lowed a guest. So the town will bo
there with bells on. Groat prepara
tions are being made and the largest
and happiest crowd that the club has
ever accommodated in the evening is
expected. In view of the general pros-
J perity, it Is to bo a'ncerely hoped that
f the usual disguises and near-disguises
U that have been seen on so many occa
sions will bo discarded and that no one
will have the courage to attend unless
garbed in something brand now and
original. At least a dozen costumes
have already been dosigned and they
bid fair to come very close to the
acme of startling and beautiful effects.
There will be no dinner at the club
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on that evening, but everyone is sup
posed to dine well before arriving, and
probably will not need the second hint.
Mrs. Sydney A. Cloman, will leave
for the coast within a day or two, hav
ing spent a delightful fortnight here
where she formerly was one of the
leaders in two or three seasons that
were the gayest Salt Lake has ever
She has been the recipient while .
here of an unusual number of social
courtesies, practically all her old
friends entertaining for her, dinners,
luricheons, and teas being among the
principal affairs Mr3. Cloman Is
always a most popular visitor.
The marriage of Miss Florence L.
Chrlstenson and Edward A, Culbert
son of this city took place in Los
Angeles on Monday, and came as a
great surprise to all but their most
intimate friend3. They are spending
their, honeymoon in southern (Cali
fornia, but will return here to reside,
where a splendid welcome awaits
them. Miss Chrlstenson is a beauti
ful and accomplished girl, and "Culll,"
who was thought to be a confirmed
bachelor, is one of the best liked
young men in Salt Lake society and
On Tuesday morning at St. Mary's
cathedral, the marriage of Miss Helen
MoMahon and Mlartin A. Burke took
place, the Right Reverend Bishop
Scanlan officiating. Miss McMahon
was attended by Miss Anna Rotzler
and Dr. L F. Hummer was best man
for Mr. Burke. Following the cere
mony an elaborate wedding 'breakfast
was enjoyed, and later Mr. and Mrs.
Burke left for California. They will
return shortly to make their home in
iMrs. Charles W. Fifleld waB the
hostess at an elaborate luncheon at
the Country club on Wednesday when
forty of her friends were present to
enjoy the repast, and the bridge which
followed later in the afternoon.
A marriage of unusual Interest
which took place at high noon at St.
Paul's church on Wednesday, was that
of Miss Margaret Erma Brown,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. O. C. Brown,
and Arthur L. Thomas, Jr. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev
erend Ward Winter Reese, and there
were present only the relatives and
intimate friends. Following a wed
ding breakfast, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
left for the northwest, and upon their
return from their honeymoon will
ro3ide in Wyoming.
For Miss Josephine Campbell, of
Los Angeles, who is hero with her
aunt, Mrs. Sydney A. Cloman, Miss
Margaret Walker was the hostess at a
beautiful aff ir at her home on Mon
day afternoon, which was attended by
half a hundred of her friends. MiS3
Walker was assisted by her mother,
Mrs J. R, Walker, Miss Norrine
Thompson, Miss Margaret Dunn and
Miss Carey Marshall. Miss Campbell
will be the guest of Mrs. M. S. Wood
ward and Mrs. J. J. Bidewell for sev
The Sorority supper given at the
Hotel Utah by the Alpha chapter of
the Gamma Phi sorority on Monday
was one of the most beautiful affairs
of the week. It was attended only
by the members, and wa3 In celebra
tion of the fifteenth anniversary of the
college orgar ;at!on. The decorations
and program and all of the appoint
ments were perfectly arranged, the
committee having the event in charge
being Mrs. Dan R. Shields, Mrs.
Harmel R. Pratt and Miss Hazel R.
HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS.
In honor of Miss Laura Dole, Mi3s
Margaret Hutchinson entertained at
a luncheon at her home on Thira ave
nue on Tuesday.
Mrs. George S. Auerbach was the
hostess at an informal bridge affair at
her apartments in the Bransford on
Mrs. B. T. Cannon and Mrs. W. D.
Donoher have gone east. iMrs. Cannon
will remain in Omaha, while Mrs.
Donoher will join Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
KIser in New York.
'Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Terry are in New
York, where they will remain a fort
night. Mrs. William McGrath and M,iss
Gertrude MteGrath have gone to Michi
gan and will be away until the holi
days. Mrs. Horace Dunbar was the host
ess at a delightful reception at her
home in Federal Heights on Thurs
day, Mrs. W. H. Bancroft and the Misses
Bancroft entertained at a luncheon on
Friday, the first of a series to bo
given at their home.
Mrs. L. J. Gilmer and Miss Minnie
Sadler have issued invitations for a re
ception in honor of their sister, Mrs.
James Wells of Helena, which will
take place at the Gilmer home in Fed
eral Heights on Thursday next.
In honor of Miss Laura Dole, Mrs.
Roland W. Dole will be the hostess
at a bridge tea at her home this aft
ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas White have
returned to Los Angeles after spend
ing the last two months in this city.
Mrs. O. W. Powers and Roger
Powers have returned from a brief
trip to Iowa.
Mi J. R. Walker Is home from New
York where he went to place Miss
Sybil Walker in school.
Mrs. F. C. Schramm has returned
from the northwest and has as her
guest her mother, Mjrs. Coman, of
When we hear some people discuss
how much It costs them to live wo
feel like tolling them how uselessly
they spend their money.
Anna Did she have him In sight
as her future' husband?
Bella Yes; but a better looking
chap obstructed her view.
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