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f feE'Siffi February 14, 1904. " 19 j
''ffl77oot for a card party next Thurs
fay 'afternoon. m .
' iwro Jay Tarvln Harris leave
Vm Ir atJc c?mlng week for a visit in
?J .i Mrs Ham of Fort Douglas
afssat-" . . .
j Purely Personal.
:M Bubb and Miss Helen Bubb will
t ' fompany the troops to. the Phil
4 ?f tnTbut will remain here until fall.
I E Lawson has returned from an
;ti j . ,etter recently received from a
1 , i 0' Dr. and Mrs. Ciarence T.
?-5Sw. who are now located at San
5M savs that while they are very
li Sntly situated and happy in their
1'Shome. they Ions for Zlon and the
Ipod nds here.
rfj j t,. and Mrs. Henry La Motte are
Kil J"on their way home from the East.
i'Z ! M ,n- by way of Cuba. Panama and
' L Francisco. They are expected here
itoatthfi second week in March.
' Mlsfl Blanche. Burke will leave in a
4 ' . ' dav8 to visit her mother In Idaho.
nj J "
'? I r George M. Hanson of Ogden has
4 ?Burned to her home In Osden after a
i IJ.jt here with her moUicr.
,1 1 , D d. Houtr, who has been vislt
ijj rtg her slfltcr. Mrs. William H. King.
m returned to Provo.
' rr Terrell, Mrs." and Miss Terrell
.j hive moved from 273 East First South
JiO E&st Third South.
a ilr and Mrs. H. H. Henderson of
J ! OrJen spent one day last week in this
' dtr, guests of Judire and Mrs. H. P.
tI Mrs J S. Daveler is home from a six
' Paths' 'visit on the coast and 1b at
m toxe to her friends at 273 East First
'A fojih street. a
.- Mr. and Mrs, Fred C. Newltt of Field,
-i B. 6. are spending their honeymoon
' fa this city, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
il BJllp'J. B. Newltt of 341 East Templo
I ; ttt
' 1 Mrs. F. S. Richards Is home from
Sew York, where she has been visiting
TP itr several weeks past.
I ' The Misses Ruby, Ida and Elsie Lyon
' ire visiting in Ogden.
, J ...
I Mr, and Mrs. Elbert E. Kimball leavo
jj the first of March for El Paso, Tex., to
''H cike their home.
A ' "
Si )ils Harrison of Wyoming Is spend-
- bt a short time with Salt Lake
msa Kr. and Mrs. H. G. Whitney are
mm 'lone from an extended Eastern visit,
TT4 lilo Dlna Pleper returned during the
J 1 5 liee'k from a long visit in Europe, in
ickdlng Germany, Switzerland, Italy
f Mr and Mrs. Echlin P. Gayer left
Jji Wday for New York after a stay of
J KT3 weeks In this city.
1 ' Mrs, Fred Earl and Miss Welby left
fin Thursday for Denver where they
VV ill Join Mr. Earl and In future make
P- litlr home.
Walter C, Shoup Is home from a visit
' '. to the coast.
; Mls3 Kalherine Geddes leaves this
. ' f ttfk for a visit of several months in
li 8. H. Babcock is in Chicago, where he
,;I eat teveral weeks ago.
-5 Mis. J. E. Bamberger will return to-
(" '"A sir from a two monthe' visit in New
i 4 Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hagenbarth ana
-A "ally left yesterday for California on
JJJS 13 "tenae1 visit. Mr. Hagenbarth
. ia io to El Paso before returning to
T bit Uke.
; c a
.' il L E- Thorn is home from a two
t A Mtts' v,8lt wltn st- Louis friends.
I -'3 aAlt'trt C' A1,en ves this week for
JL.V -lie coast, and will probably decide to
wite in the Pacific Northwest.
' i. illssKiesel of Ogden has been viall
:2i rJ."IIs9 -Margaret Park during the
Jf10 iUnnle Harmeling of New Al-
rm iv 1,1 u,,& cu a guest oi ner
)nA 'w, Mrs. Karl Osterloh.
' '1 C Brown has.returned to Og-
h rt jj lg.Jsfter a brlef visit with Salt Lake
Ji k?wuulu Traln lo't. during the week
lE'A h T ,home ln Len. aftcr visiting with
"L y ke fr'e'ds for several davs.
- 8n; v W """r'Kht and Mrs. Alt
kvil "S. returncd to their home in
P j w -
ft &irBitnd George W. Stoner of
JJ 'Ehter, Mrs. L, K. Pastroulcli.
Un .JDusenberr" of "few York has
EKSia!' Ma3 M- SmUh
T? S5!MiCGcUlna of 1)9 Angeles Is vls
1 V Mrs. Sam Porter at the Kenyon.
ft Wwl1; 0lmstead went home to
IMl 0 last Monday night.
f J Tlvt, "
0 Darrk 1pe a,ld her Iiule daugh
r lttw. "'Mh.ave S"e t0 w York.
li:4rtt IL1 'remain for a month. On
f fliSttCE w,u vls5t Philadelphia.
mlWftc fig1' ". Chicago. SL Louis and all
Jf 3 rse Eastern cities.
A 'M.'lfl " r
M MM liS'2,1" Cosgrlff left Friday
HL? bTo 5,eni'ei'. where she will join
lliir friend t A- Cosgrlff. and a party
Wh F.r4!,trln IO Cuba and Palm
jyjWitVf,' llc"y wln b0 sone about
itlAn Mr? t u v
v , 5,?d is home from a plcas
i 1511 Ith Ogden friendtj.
JlW tnvw!?ih ,Cu"e,,oC th,s clt ln
Htii V lhf lliir frlend, Miss S. Beu
J affi CiBof,San Francisco, has gone
fllf5 W Anele for a visit of some
mW' Mrs 1L,U Bden vlsltlng'her s?ls
Miss Edna Harker, Prominent Member of tlio University Dramatic Club.
Very unlquo Indc.'d was the Spinsters'
convention given by thirteen talented
young ladles-of the Second ward Wednua
ony evening In tho Second Ward Assem
bly hall. Tho costumes of the spinsters
were creations of ancient art With their
queer old-maidish manners they kept
their audience in a perpetual state of
laughter. One of the most pleasing fea
tures of tho evening was tho song, "Last
Roso of Summer," rendered by tho chair- ,
n an of the committee. Aunt Plenty. Her '
high notes wero clear and musical and
were reached with great t-asc (?).
A very Interesting programme1 was ren- '
Tho spinster and their ages werfi as
follows. Aunt Plenty (Allle Ilowarth),
ago Gusta Gushing J Pearl Plngree),
ago a"; Beauty Blxter (Eliza Hlnchclirfe),
age uncertain; Precla Patience (Hatlle
Hlnchcllffe), age unknown; cJllence Sensi
ble Uolo Zttzman), age 31; Charity Long
face (Loulso Carstensen), ago doubtful;
Polly Pokeyournoso (Johann Wilson),
record lost; Geneva Gentle (Graco Paine),
unable to find date; Samanthie Spooner
fEvu Wilson), ago 2S; Aunt Caddy (Ada
Riley), ago II years G months; Peggy Pet
tlgrew (Myrtle Jenkins), ago 32; Prccllla
Precise (Ruby Stevens), ago 22 years 2
days 5 hours; Tabltha. Stuckup (Roy Stev
ens), age, you guess.
The Bllllo club or Salt Lako entertained
their friends of Ogden and Salt Lake Fri
day night at Dlgnan's hall. A special ex
cursion train was run up from Salt Lako
and a large number of Salt Lake people
wero present. The members of the club
were delightful hosts. About 200 couples
were present and all had a Jolly time Tho
dance numbe.'s and tho music of the or
chestra were especially good. The per
sonnel of the Bllllo club la as follows:
Robert N. Wilson. George H. Butler.
Charley Brown, J. II. Watson.. Allon
Faddes. Wood Pratt, Arthur Bolton.
Frank White, ICclsey Chatlleld. Samuel
Ashby. Wslev Wilson, Abblc Brain, Jim
mle Nelson, J. Cowan. Thomas L. Lar
son. Dennis Murphy, Arthur Dili, II. A.
Hanse, A. H. Burt.
Tho thirtieth anniversary of tho mar
rige of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cave wos cclo
brated Tuesday evening at their apart
ments ln the county courthouse building.
Tho Ladles' auxiliary of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers was very ably
assisted in tho entertainment of the eve
ning. Tho game was high-five and the
following wero the winners of prizes:
Mrs. Lethbrldge, hsind-palntcd plaquo;
Mrs. Roger Shields, ebony candlestick;
F. Neesley. shaving mug and brush j
George Hlnley, a mirror After cards a
vcr tempting Bupper was served. Among
tho guests wore: Messrs. and Mesdames
Peck. Shields, Boon. McKellips. Mullun.
Tomaspk. Scbrlng. Belknap. BaKey. Noes-lc-v;
Mesdames Baker. Brcen. Dwor.
Helm. Freeman. Hedges. Baker. Loth- i
bridge, Staples. Voaay, Lindsay, Illnlcy.
Noble. Youn?. Wagoner. West, Cave and
Hedges; Misses Doon, Lcthbridge. Free
man, Crompton. Peterson. Tomasek,
Hughes and Baker; Messrs. George Hln
ley, J. Doon and A. R. Cave.
C A t
Tho many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
George Gibson assembled at their home
Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Glb
son'H blrthdav and wished him many
happy returns of tho day. Tho evening
was "spent ln music and games inter
spersed with gay conversation. Mr. Gib
son was the recipient of many beautiful
presents. A delicious supper was served
bv tho hostess. Those present were: Mr.
aiid Mrs. Frank Williams. Mr. and Mrs.
John Gibson, Mr and Mrs. Joe Hlggln
bolhain, Mr. and Mrs. Dclbert Chase, Mr.
and Mrs. William Garr, Mr. and Mrs. C.
P Ferrln. Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor,
Mrs. Isaac Farley, Mrs. Sadlb West, Mrs.
P"ertin. Misses Mav Gibson. Myrtle Gib
son. Bertha Rosenbaum, Maud Farley,
Messrs. Earl West. Don Gibson, William
Crawshaw. C A. Marriott
Thursdav night tho Brotherhood of Lo
comotive Engineers and tno Ladles aux
i'lary received their friends at DIgnan s
dancing academy. There was a good
crowd present and an enjoyable lime was
had A few guests from out of town were
i resent- The committee on arrangements
wns J. H. WardlelKli, A- R. Cave, IT. W.
Shields A. R. Mullen and C G. Bogart.
The ls'tdles' reception committee was
Mesdames A. R McKellips. Frank Msely,
R W. Shields. J. J. Wugnor and A. S.
Noble The tloor committee was J. H.
Wnrdiclgh, C. G. Bogart and A. R. Cave.
The Ladles' auxiliary to tho Brother
hood of Railway Trainmen gave a very
delightful soc'al and card party Thurs
day afternoon complimentary to tho
Trilnmen. Prizes were awarded to tho
wlSneS T at card after which refresh
ments were served ln the dining hall. The
committee on arrangement wero Mrs. J.
J? Satchel. Mrs. S. P. Miller and Mrs. W.
C Good fellow. t
Tuesday evening the Soda DIsponse'nj
met their friends at Dlgnan's hall. About
(0 pVople wero present and all enjoyed
the gaieties of tho evening. Dlgnan's pr-cu-slra
furnished the music for dancing
find Rhine punch was served In the hall
way ThP moonlight dance, which was
iho fifteenth numbar. proved the most
popular dance, of the evening. The com
m Vtf ," on arrangements consisted of the
lowing: Edwlnd May. Alma Blair.
William ! Steolo and Andrew Marshall.
The MuHlclr.r.a' union gave their tlrst
a-inuul ball Wednesday evening at Dlg
nan's dancing academy. All the arraim-e-nfontVwero
carried out successfully. The
Krnnd march started at 9:30 and was led
granu . q ad daUKntor followed by
about 100 couple?. At about 12 o'clock an
hucrni ssion of one-half hour wan taken.
6urlnB wh"eh time light refreshment
we served, Tlic musicians proved them
selves most delightful entertainers and
aro to be congratulated on tho manner In
which they conducted the whole affair.
The committee on reception was com
posed of the following: Miss Dot PetU
Miss Celeste Conrov, Miss Edith Purdy.
Miss Lillian Lothorldgc, Mrs. C. J- Camp
bell and Mrs. Redlleld. The personnel of
the floor committee was A. F. Simpson,
W. li. Slowell. Carl Redlleld, Fred D.
Williams and G A. Horn.
A very pretty wedding was that of A.
II. Pett and Muss Margaret Roborts,
which took place at the cos home of tho
bride's parents on Ttventy-flfth street.
The ceremony was performed at 0 o'clock
ln the presence of relatives find intimato
friends of tho young couple. Both parties
nro well-known In Ogden and have a largo
clrele of friends here to extend their con
gratulations. Mr. Pelt Is employed In a
clerical capacity ln tho Southern Pacific
frclRht office and his bride was former
cashier In Wright's dry goods store. Mr.
and Mrs Pett left for California on tholr
wedding tour and will be gone about a
month. After their return they will
make their homo In Ogden.
The Eagles' lodge will give a ball next
Tuesday evening at Dlgnan's hall. As the
Eagles havo always proved themselves the
most delightful of entertainers, a most en
joyable time is anticipated.
The Young Men's club of the Presby
terian church held their regular meeting
Tuesday night and a Jolly time was had
by all. Games ahd music furnished by
the Mandolin club wore the amusements
of the evening. The club has Issued Invi
tatlors for a reception to be given next
Tuesday evening at the church. Elaborato
preparations arc being made and the af
fair promises to be a very delightful social
The Souvenir Spoon Card club met
Wednesday afternoon at tho homo of Mrs.
Knoth. Tho usual card games were played
and prizes awarded, after which a dain
tily appointed luncheon was served.
Mrs. Ralph E. Hoag. In a very delight
ful and lnfornal manner, entertained a
few of her friends at the Virginia Tues
day afternoon. Those who enjoyed Mrs.
Hoag's hospitality were. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Kuhn, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Rey
nolds. Dr. and Mrs. Tophan and Miss
Last Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Robertson very informally entertained
a number of their friends at their home
Cards and refreshments were tho order of
the evening. Those present were; Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Tyree. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Jackman, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Williams, Mr
and Mrs. Frank Wyant, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Mitchell and Mrs. A. Robertson.
Mrs. Dr. Hlbbs entertained a number of
her friends Friday afternoon.
Mrs. L. Francis was the chnrmlng and
graceful hostess at a very pretty euchre
party and luncheon Thursday atfernoon.
Miss Olga Swcnson of Salt Lako Is tho
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Kneass.
Mrx George Hansen returned
Wednesday from Salt Lake, whero she
had been visiting friends and relatives for
a fow days.
Mrs. John L. McGregor Is a Salt Lake
visitor, the guest of her sister. Mrs. Alma
Miss Minnie Klesol is the guest of Miss
Margaret Park of Salt Lako City.
The ladies of the Episcopal church crave
a social and -jard party yesterday after
noon n't tho home of Mrs. J C Armstrong,
2303 Adams avenue. As on all former occa
sions, the Episcopal ladles were the most
delightful entertainers. The nrotty deco
rations of the houso and the charming
manners of those who had tho affair In
charge tended to make the event very
One of tho most onjoyablo events of tho
week took placo Tuesday evening In the
Third ward nmusenieiit hall. The event
wus a surprise given on the Y. M M, I. A.
by the Y. L. M. I. A of tho ward The
hall wns very attractively .decorated with
potted plants nnd cut Mowers. A short but
very Interesting programme was rendered.
One of the most interesting numbers was
a song entitled, "Sweetly Slngo the
Donkey." given by a member of the Fifth
ward and assisted by the programme com
mittee. After tho program-nc delicious
refreshments wero served by a number of
the ward's charming young ladles. After
supper dancing and games were Indulged
In until a late hour. The affair was de
clared to be a decided success by all
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klesel have re
turned from a visit of three months to
Prof. E. W. Nlcholls and Mrs. Pierce of
Brlgham City wore tho guests or Mrs, A.
R. C. Smith at the musicians' ball
Miss Hattlo Williamson was tendered a
surprise by a niimbor of her young friends
Monday night at her home on Washington
avenue. Gomes and music wero the diver
slons of the evening. A most enjoyable
time was had by all present, and Miss
Williamson, although taken by surprise,
proved herself a most charming hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Parmloy left Sunday
for California, where they will sojourn
for about a month.
m a A
Mrs. C. F. Kraueh and son and daugh
ter departed Monday for Los Angeles, to
bo gone about six weeks.
Miss Frances Williams has returned
from nn extended visit with frlonds sit
The Christian Endeavor society of the
Eplf.coprd church, la planning a musical
rntc-ru-lMin-ni to bo given the evening of
The lur.rd of the Vct'cr sitake Sunday
schools gav. a vorv delightful St. Valen
tine k ball at Parry's hall last nlghf, Tnc
cff.'r Mas largely attended and was a de
The Wednesday Night club will give an-otlu-r
of I us delightful dances next week
at Dlgnan's academy.
The pleasant home of Mr, and Mrs. F.
W. Sherman was the accne of a charm
ing gathering Tuesday evening when these
hospitable entertainers Invited in a com
pany of friends to spend the evening. Eu
chre was lirat Indulged in, prizes being
awarded to Ml.s Kate Malone. Mrs. Mo
scon. William Buck and John Welsh. De
licious refreshments were then served, af
ter which tho guests entered In the ilancf.
Dr Hurlbnt and William D. Sutton ta
king turns In the Virginia reel, also In the
cake walk, lrlfh rcolc. etc At two o'clock
,Va lol o ..,.!.! -ntnUi nil rr.
nouncing tho event the Jollicst and gay
est of the winter season. Mr. and Mra
Sherman's guests wero Mr. and Mrs. J.
Lo Favour, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. White.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Marshall. Mr. and
Mrs. G W. Gulliver, Mr. nnd Mrc. W. J
Buck. Mr. and Mro. Mogcn. Mr. and Mrs.
J Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. M D. Hurlbut,
Mr nnd Mrs--. W. D Sutton. Mr. and Mrs.
A. Davles, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. dishing;
Misses Martha Lannlng, Mae Balllco. Ag
nes Towey, Elizabeth Lannlng, Agnes
Harrington, Katherlnc 1awronco Katq
Malone, Louise Bates. Florence Hurlbut;
Messrs. W. H. Clapp. J. Bontwell. C.
Armstrong William Buck, G. Fahrcndorf
aDd G. F. Boreman.
Wednesday afternoon a nnmhrr of the
lltllo frlendG of Gclger Shields surprised
him at his homo on Park avenue. Tho lit
tle folks came at 3:00 and remained until
7. onjoylng themselves with all sorts of
gamt-s. music, etc. Those of the party
wero Dorothy Fargo. Leah Townsend,
Grace Jennings. Emma Sutton, Franceo
Fargo. Tossle McLaughlin. Frances Sher
man, Frances Shields. Lois Lockart, Jose
phine McCarty, Linden Sutton, Eula
Boggs, Miriam Hubbard, Jcanle Sherman,
Francis Diem. Ira Sherman. David GelKcr.
Keith Buck, Ira Diem, Fraficr Buck. Mary
Townsend. Cyril Pennlngs, Isabell Buck,
Gcorgo Frankel, Milton Lockhart, Loo
ShleldF. Bud Thomson, F. Bird and Hen
Thursday evening George L. Gelgor en
tertained tho M. M. of M. M.'s very in
formally at panic, after which the guests
listened to some excellent music, furnished
by Miss Laura Townsend, Miss Ethel
Wcll6. and Miss Florence Hurlbut. A
tempting luncheon was then served, danc
ing was enjoyed, and at 11 o'clock the
chaperonc, Miss Nolllc Goodrich, escorted
her young people home. Beside the chap
erono there wero present Miss Laura
Townsend. Miss Ethel Wells. Miss May
Hedges. Miss Florence Hurlbut, Miss Lil
lian Hedges: MeB?rs. Fred Cook, B.
Wright. Frank Barnlcott, James H Hance
and Joseph Kemp
Wednesday noon the tachrs of tho
Jefferson school enjoyed a dainty lunohcon
at tho school building. The young mormn
prepared It all. and It was plainly demon
strated that teaching was not their only
accomplishment, for the luncheon was ail
that any mortal could wish for. Those
who onjoyed the pleasant affair wero
Prof, and Mrs. C. A. Blochcr. Miss Maud
Gray, Miss Jenn Pearson, Miss Agnes
Towey. Miss Eva Lambert. Miss Mary
McDonald. Miss Kate Thorpe, Prof. Peter
son. Miss Llllle Lnnyon, Miss Christina
McDonald, Miss F. Carpenter.
The Woman's Athcnooum met In regular
session Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs L. B. Wright, Madam President M.
Allon In tho chair. After disposing of tho
business, the programme was announced
by the chairman, Mrs E. P. Lc Compte.
"The Great Elector." an excellent paper,
was read by Mrs. Wright, an Interesting
article upon "Some New Educational
Ideas In Germany " by (Ray Stannard
Baker), was read by Mrs. Emma Kelso.
Tho lesson-review wns next In order, after
which tho club adjourned to meet with
Mrs M. Allen organization day, Mondav,
February 22nd, nt North Park. The mem
bers are requested to meet at the home
of Mrs. E. J. Boggs, where the transfers
will ba In readiness to leave at 11 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Blochcr entertained
a small company of friends In honor of
Miss Bessie Wilson Tuesday evening.
Whllo tho young people were having a
Jolly time, the doorbell rang and In
marched a full-fledged surprise party to
the number of thirty. After matters had
quieted down an old-fashioned spelling
match was had. taffy was pulled, and a
guessing contest was had, prizes in the
latter going to Mrs. Charles Shields, la
dles' ilrst; Miss Bessie Wilson, ladles' sec
ond; Miss Genovlcvo Wilson, third, John
A. Malta, gentlemen's first; Dr. Fj. P. Lo
Compte. second, and L. E. Hubbard, third.
Tho guests of the evening were Miss Bes
sie Wilson. Mlsa Kate- Thorpe, Miss Nellie
Goodrich, Miss Gencleve Wilson. Miss
Alice Fisher. J. A. Malla. H Culbertson.
J. Hance. Ed Lc Compte. Mr. and Mra. A.
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Weoter. Mr.
and Mrs. J. Diem, Mr. and Mrs. C. Heath,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith. Dr. and Mrs. E.
P. Le Compte. Dr. and Mrs. C M. Wil
son. Mr. -and Mrs. E. J Boggs, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Frankel. Mr. and Mrs. L, E. Hub
bard. Mr. and Mrs, L. B. Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. McCarty. Mr. and Mrs. S.
Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Lockhart, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Shields.
Mrs. Hurdy of Ogden was gueBt of hon
or at a very pleasant Informal event given
at the homo of Mrs, R. D. Robblns Tues
day afternoon. The time was pleasantly
spent In social chaU n dainty luncheon
was served nt 5 o'clock. To meet the
guest of honor thero wero present Mrs. "W.
D. Sutton, Mrs. F. Smith, Mrs. P. H.
Towey. Mrs. L Kimball, Mrs. W. D. Mld
cour, Mrs. J. Thomson.
Miss Margaret Brundoge entertained the
members ot the S. U. N. and n small com
pany of Invited guests nt her pleasant
homo Friday evening. Sixty-three wns In
dulged In, also fortune-telling, music and
dainty refreshments The guests of the
evening were Mlas Alice Horkln, Miss
Loola Schrack. Miss Mae Williams, Miss
Claire Stevenson; Mcssra. E. Paxton, F.
Savage, Bert Muffett and R. McDonald,
Mr, and Mrs. A. A, Pike entertained
very informally at lllnoh Friday evening.
Later u tempting luncheon was served,
which was thoroughly enjoyed by the In
vited guests, who were Mr. and Mrs. Lee
B. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wceter,
Miss Louise Bales, Miss Mnrgurct Bruu
(lagc. Mlsrt Claire Stevenson and Mr, G.
Mr. and Mr.. J, W, While entertained
at u beautifully appointed New England
dinner Friday evening. The several
courses served consisted of all the dainty
dishes that the New England ladles arc
so proficient in preparing and serving.
After tho dinnor the gnosis enjoyed sev
eral games of euchre. Those who en
Joyed Mr, and Mrs. White's hospitality
were Mr. and Mrs. J. Lc Favour. Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Sherman. Miss Martha Lan
nlng. Miss Elizabeth Lnnnlng, Mr. W. H.
Clanp and Mr. J. Boutwell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lockhart ontertninod
at a Dutch supper after tho performance
of "Way Down East" Monday evening.
Mrs. Sherman Fargo wont to the city
Thursday afternoon to vlclt for a short
tlmo with relatives.
Tuesday evening Miss Mercy Gill enter
tained a'largo company of friends at her
parents' home. Mualo. games and danc
ing were features of the pleasant evcuU
The invited guests Included tho Misses
Margaret Paul Col Riley. Llbblc Gibson.
Myra Wycoff. Jennlo Gibson. Anna Work
man, Ella Rnsperson, Llzzlo Shugarne,
Ethel Rasband, Ethel Grecnough, Frances
Anderson. Mabel BateH, Mllllo Ransom,
Annie Paul, Mabel Smith. Jennie Rasband.
Rhoua Grr-onough, Nellie Paul, Emboli
Rastund; Messrs. .A. Gibson, R. Malln. J.
McLoiighllii. J'. Gibson, G. Slonebiiikcr,
T. Robert. T. Jones. L. Gunthor. S.
Swoat. O. Gates. J. GwlllUmf). E. War
hurlon. L. Woods, F. Gwllliamfl. G.
Shugarne, Jl. Brlggs, W. McCoy. O. Wea
ver, P. Plnnco. Hnzrl Wllll.-ms, Mr and
Mn. GUI, Mrs. Greeiiough, Mr, and Mra.
Gill, .Mrs. Grecnough. Mr. and Mrs. Suth
erland, Mr. and Mr. Workman, Mr.
Swenfiold and S. Workman.
Monday owning the mcmhsrs of tlic
Park City military band held a reunion ln
their room over the City hall. Tho even
ing was most delightfully paRHCd with se
lections by thf band, toasts and refresh
ments. John Morrow, leader of the hand,
was presented with a beautiful gold
wntchchulu and fob by tho members.
Tho presentation, speech wns made by
William H. Miller and responded to most
appropriately by tho reclplont of the beau
tiful gift. The Jollification lasted until
midnight, when the boys wended their
E. W. Gillette of the Wabash. J. Pratt
and B. Bamberger of the Daly West came
up to Park City Wednesday on mining
William A, Brady's special production
of the beautiful pastoral play "Way Down
Easf'was greeted with a packed houso
Monday cvonlnp. Society turned out on
maAse. not a vacant scat ln the theater
being ln evidence.
Dr. Mabel Hughes of Salt Lake came
out from the city Thursday morning to
vlalt with hor mother, who has boon quite
ill for tho pant two weeks. '
Mr. Hurdy left for her homo in Ogden
Wednesday morning, after a plcnennt visit
with hr slater, Mrs. R. D. Robbins.
Jf. M. Condon, A. Mosher, II. Sprlggs
and Solon Splro come up to tho Park on
Jack Crccn. J. M. Lockhart. A. IT. Fuel
ling and N. McDonald, wero Salt Lako
passengers on Monday.
Miss Bessie Wilson departed for Ann
Arbor Wednesday, whero she will re
sumo her studio February 15th.
C. T. Mixer returned to Park. City
Wednesday, after a protracted visit with
relatives in the East.
Arthur WIlIIam3 went down to tho city
Monday and returned homo Wednesday.
A most delightful meeting of the O. E.
S. was hold on Monday evening at Ma
sonic hall. After initiating four new mem
bers Into tho order a dainty luncheon was
enjoyed, the members being seated nt ono
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long table, which was prettily arranged 1 ;
for the occasion. At each place was found ' H
a valentine. They were read aloud by the j . ( H
dlfforsnt members, all bearing appropriate j ( IH
nnd amusing veracs. Mrs. J. Diem and ;' IH
Miss Minnie Kcsccl rendered a delightful '
duet, shortly after which the pleasant., jH
event came lo a clos., -
ML33 Mary Shields returned home Thurs-, ' 1
day. oiirr a plcatmnt .week's visit with; f I
Salt Lake frlcndB. ; . IH
Mrs. Honry Welsh Ik visiting with Mr.1
and Mr?. James Ivcrs of Salt Lake. !
- Mies-Alice Fisher visited the schools in
ShII Lake on Monday, and rotumcd hom-r j
'fucsduv rr.omlug. fl
MIrs -Acme Harrington, who has been ;
visiting friends In Zlon, returned homo IH
Tuesday morning. ', IH
Mr. and . Mrs. -F. U. Bliss departed for;
Salt Lake Saturday, where they win re- ,
main permanently. . , i,
Miss Jessie Hurlbut, who has been en- i
joying a vlftlt with friends at lon, ro- i
turned homo Monday. i
Ernest Fisher. Sherman Fargo, J. J. j
Daly and M. Fllzmaurlco were passengers ,
on the incoming train Monday morning,.
J. R. Carrol of Hancock. Mich , ram' j
I Goods at the Liberal ' j! i I
I Discounts jjll
) 25 and 33 1-3 Per CenL.;lj:
t The voiles, mistrals, wire cloth and London Twines with French knot, burr and noppe ef- jl
fects. All the rough weave black goods in stock. Boom for the new goods is the chief reason J j i
for price lowering, jet none to come will be a whit more desirable. More women each season H J
T favor the black suit. Every woman recognizes there must be one black frock in the '
J wardrobe. Decide promptly. Sale lasts Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Eegular price range
t $1.25 up to $3 a yard. ONE-FOURTH TO ONE-THIRD OFF. I
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t AO Women's Coats Half Priced j-
Some Even Less. j I
"t There's the rest of this month, all of March, part of April and the whole of next winter in which towear thcea j 'J
T coats. Doesn't such a good round saving, then, suggest to you that buyiiuj now is entirely wortlvwhllev. Salo j- u
I Monday and week: III
Tj Choice of the entire stock of 27 and 30-inch coata made of chovlots. melton and zibelcnes, dark blue, black, l-i ,
X tan and castor colors sold at 59.50 up to ?55 each HALF THESE PRICES. J-
-I Choice from all full length and three-quarUr coats broadcloth, zibelene?, melton loose, box back, fitted l
and semi-fitted styles; black, tan and mixture effects S15 up to 5S7.50 each HALF THESE PRICES. V-
T Two white zibelene coats, instead of S45 each $22.50. Bj j(
T One black velvet coat reduced from ?125 to $50. B- i
One black zibelene coat reduced from $225 to $75. m
f 0 K Miss Keppler, Cor setter e, j I
Here for a Short Time, Will Fli I
i -O? " ' e New Models of " La VMa" : I
I mCk . and "W. B-" 1
A rare' advantage it Js to have Miss KoppYc-r tell you tho exact model , j
-f suited to your figure. Most women in Salt Lake, tho, have learned this lmM
iy0 and will gladly welcome her, after a two years' absence. The very latest t j jj
MjwS models of "La VIda" and "W. B." the Improved for the coming seasons ! i
X IfiM "Wlf arc to be shown and fitted. Do not miss this privilege it may not l' j
lifr'?) Oll come again soon. Monday and week. i
I Boys' Overcoats up to $?.50 for $2.95 !; I
I Half Price for Boys' Sweaters. I; I
X The overcoats are for little boyfl and big1 boys, gray Irish frieze and dark blue cheviots. Desirable in "every lj ,
way, stylish, new this winter. Not many, so a clearance. Lowest price $4 75. others up to $7.50, choice Monday Hj j
f and until gone ?2.95. -n .
X Boys' sweuttrs, ribbed and honeycomb weave, 51 23, 51.75, S2.50 regular HALF THESE PRICES. HI ,
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J All the $ 1 White Kid Gloves jjj ;j I
for Women 49c. ;j I
X Really they arc lambskin, but so soft and fine that kid is not a misnomer. White, pearl and cream rhades, ! t
with self and black stitching, two clasps, sizes 5ri to 7. A clearance of the regulur $1 at 1'Jc a pair. j
4 , : -I I H
l Eiderdown Dressing Sacques and Robes
I Half Regular Prices. t I
The sacquGs arc In .several styles and the robes as well, but only gray, light blue and pink colors now here. 4. ! -Mm
The eiderdown is the best grade made. Regular prices, ?1 25 up to 53.50 for the sacques and $5 to 525 Xor the
robes. Choice HALF THESE PRICES. MM
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