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CaiOOD WIN'S WEEKLY 9 jH
POLITICS, which, Jetf us Jhope, us
over, pretty nearly got the so
ciety angora early in the Week,
but the smart ones did not entirely
succumb and ca'me up smiling by the
time "The Kiss Waltz" arrived Mon
day night, and on the following even
ing, election night, got right square'
into the political arena and made the
Welkin ring at the theatres and the
cafes until far into the morning of"
It does not take a very big excuse
for society to get .the New Year's eve
spirit on any. other occasion, and
many gallons of bubbles and brew,
not to overlook hundreds of rosy lob
sters and lop-eared Welch rabbits cut
off in their youth, found lodgement
with the pleasantly plump among
if the socially elect.
IT It was a gay ife while it lasted
f With everybody celebrating, a few for
the triumphant Deniocarcy and the
others in an effort to forget their po
With the annual agony over, so
ciety will have its first real chance
to break into the glare of the cal
cium, which will probably begin with
the football game at the University
this afternoon. There are any number
of interesting events scheduled for
the remainder of the month, the prin
cipal one among them being the forth
coming charity ball, closely followed
by Thanksgiving and the various holi
day affairs of December.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Murphy cele
brated their twenty-first wedding an
niversary on Monday evening at a
bridge party which was attended by
half a hundred of their friends.
Their home on Second avenue was
beautifully decorated in autumn
colors, flowers, fruits and autumn
foliage of every description adding
to the effect.
The Ladies' Literary club started
things off on Monday afternoon with
a card party which was given for the
benefit of the building fund. The ar
rangements for the event were made
by Mrs. F. L. Parker, Mrs. Fred
Hornung, Mrs. D. W. Phelan, Mrs.
Wesley E. King, Mrs. A. J. Murphy,
Mrs. Freeman Morningstar, Mrs. W.
H. Dunn, Mrs. J. 0. Hooper, Mrs. B.
A. Greenwood, Mrs. Phil Clarke, and
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Miss Bertha Wagener
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Miss Jeanriette Williamson. Over two
hundred ladies enjoyed the event, and
following tho bridge game a delightful '
supper was served under the supervi
sion of Mrs. B. B. Critchlow, Mrs.
D. N. Straup and Mrs. C. W. Watson.
A nice little sum rewarded the efforts
of the ladies, which will go toward
their new club house, which 1b now
being erected on Bast Brigham street.
HAPPENINGS AND WHERE
ABOUTS. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heath enter
tained forty of their friends at a
celebration of their sixteenth wed
ding anniversary at their home on
Colonel and Mrs. B. A. Wall and
Miss Alice Wall have returned from
Washington and New York, -where
they have been for a month.
Mrs. Robert C. Gemmell is homo
from Kansas City, where she has
been since the first of October.
Mrs. Rachael S. Miller is again at
home at 935 First avenue.
Among thpse returning from New
York during the week were Mrs. J.
W. Houston and Miss Grizelle Hous
ton. Mrs. James H. Brown has returned
from Hollywood, California, and will
bo here until the first of the year.
Judge and Mrs. Morris L. Ritchie
have issued invitations for a dancing
party to be given at the Country club
on Monday evening, November 11th,
when their daughter, Miss Rosamond
Ritchie, -will make her debut. On
'the Wednesday afternoon following
Mrs. Ritchie and Miss Ritchie will
entertain at a reception and tea at
the Ritchie home on First avenue.
Mrs. R. H. Channing and Miss
Blanche Burk have gone east after
spending some weeks in this city.
On Sunday afternoon Miss Marga
ret Walker entertained at an informal
tea, assisted by her mother, Mrs. J.
R. Walker, and Miss Norinne Thomp
son. Tho initial party of the Young
Men's Dancing Club was given at
Whitney Hall last evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Leslie W. Snow on
tertained on Tuesday evening at a
beautiful dinner at their home.
Mrs. H. D. Niles and Miss Eliza
beth Niles are at home at Whitehall,
after a visit east.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Harry L. Jor
dan entertained at a tea at their quar
ters at Fort Douglas on Tuesday af
ternoon in honor of Miss Ellen Maury
of Norfolk, Virginia, who is their
A. M. Wrench has gone to Cali
fornia to visit his son, Merrill who
is at Belmont school.
The members of the Evening Bridge
club were entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
M. E. Llppman at their home on
Mrs. Edward S. Ferry was hostess
at an afternoon tea at her home on
Mrs. Paul Keysor -will leave todRy
for a visit at her homo In Spring
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Macqulsten
have: gone, to San Franciscq, called
there on aqequnt Qf the sudden'jdoaih
pf Mrs Castle, Mrs. Mncquisten's
The little Japanese play, "Princess
Koku" was given by tho Senior
branch of the Girls' Friendly society
at the Consolidated Music Hall last "
evening. This is the same play that
was given in the spring and was re
peated by request.
Makes Big Hit as
Singer at Maxim's
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MISS LEONORE GORDON HAR
RISON is a reigning favorite
among cafe entertainers, having
established herself at Maxim's where
she is playing a long engagement. Her
popularity is attested by the large
crowds that visit the cafe. Miss Har
rison is supplemented by Mias Bessie
Dumas and a splendid orchestra.
To have music with your meals is
not alone sufficient for the average
American stomach, but when culsime
is of a standard quite as high as the
music itself the combination is very
fetching Manager Wille has estab
lished a standard at Maxim's that sots
the pace for tho entire west. Bosidos
serving a splendid business luncheon
each day a special dinner each even
ing is an attractive part of his serv
"They seem a well-mated pair."
"Oh, yes, botanlcally."
"What do you moan?"
"She is a society bud and he Is a
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