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m:::: SALT LAKE IT"Y' SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 190d. ' H
Ilth the duties of Christmas
. the many large and small
ie art exhibits and dramatic
(he week has been reasonably
the outlook for the nest few
brighter than has appeared on
I horizon for many a loner day.
jlar residents of Fort Douglas
lead during the week, the visit
Baldwin and party being the
- a round of entertaining here
'toown at the post Gen. Bald
id to be one of those rare men
Jr enjoy meeting and greet
&a at a crowded reception or
cross the dinner table to some
"reason he must have been
acd with the attention show
a him as the officer In corn
Veil as the genial guest of the
The social chronicler, from
of the first command at Doug
! it as authority that the pres
ent Is by far the brightest
ever been stationed here,
bright girl aptly put it. "It Is
the days when Taggart was
nant in the Sixth!"
joking of men who appreciate
rr.ents, Loquacious Julia also
that all men enjoy going out,
si, being In It' and the rest;
nuch as any woman and the
makes a great fuss about get
hls evening clothes Is merely
mlsd that play which a crowd
, young people Intend to give,
e and somewhere, you will lose
iunlty of witnessing the pro
)i the season. The rehearsals
t fun, so much so that prln
sachea and onlookers alike
t the play will be rehearsed ln
. The old story of how the
;lrls couldn't get up a string
because none of the girls
ly second fiddle, came near be
ttd In the early life of this
venture, but as one of the
utlful girls in the cast took the
place an open revolt was
Is growing appreciative of
and the noteworthy exhibits
and Salt Lake have been well
rd. Jirs. Rice originated some
s' in taking to the State ex
Ojden quite a party of her
rho saw the pictures following
icon. Those who have peen the
Mure In the artistic home of
Mrs, M. H. Walker were not
I that it should receive the med
nor, as it is one of the best
' art in Salt Lake. Then the
if Utah Artists is holding its
tls week and several pleasant
ties were made up for a view
Ictnres. Something of a sen
u been created by Miss Rose
'e picture and on the walls are
;hly meritorious works. A half
me exhibitions have also been
1 19 very evident. that art and
wiatlon of art is growing in
ehall we wear?" is a question
rauch. anxiety among the for
ces asked to the bal masque at
QElas. Costume plates are be
w and Ideas received from
11 during an evening. It is
S.'un time a fancy dress ball has
pn in the memory of many and
, "tot naturally is one of absorb
(KitrttL One girl has already se
; lTi1.c103lunie and that It will cre
f'lDg 8ensatIon, Is predicted.
i Visit to Bohemia.
there were who enjoyed a brief
)i Erl.Into the inner circles of Bo
g week- Friends of the
, 'Kf? e?ser t0 greet Mis- Blanche
' 'Kn v',l3 most gracious in re
Km ma,ny wno met her during
, RffLnco of mY weeks some years
J' tot .J!!?1?561"' Mr- Hogarty, was
Ktti in n 01 mcn and several im
e, Mclal gatherings fol-
K&T'iS ? th0 formc- Salt
Kw ' Wh0 lias become a alar.
BK-?lme Doiielas White, a
K J1?,8 traveed around the world
'Emu68' nowflrapcr correspon
lHf,8enml good fel
kKllhltUeslei' w not so well
He r DCcame well acquainted
Efehta stay and when
K iSo wm 11 be comlnK back to
HCre thi, 5 ,Rreet hlm- He will
:KSckJv11'' his company,
l eni0nvbS Pe0ple' und Sa,t
)ng Lful 5 the opportunity of
'Nthc-ii'I acflualntcd. To sit
a! following the
W&r rS I 5vLo th 8 or that event
B-10 the conM.'. .make3 a layman
mk ffissair lnicr-
S&tlanj I E- Palmer of Sur-
r8lvenat LBT-8ts of nonor at
"re than thiw0st dellt'htful ono
PPolntnJLi0' h08t ftnd ho
KSIR; and menu were
K thelr Sro i110" the rnc" were
.tulMto r00m and -en-
Mt arti.t gramme by Mr.
tlJK1 ad li J1" P-fcct rendl
RjlB wru- Calmer left for
San Francisco on Friday after express
ing great Interest in Salt Lake and
pleasure In meeting with such a cor
Mrs. Bayly's Charming Tea.
Tuletlde colors were everywhere used
in the beautiful decorations at the tea
given by Mrs. "William Bayly, Jr., yes
terday afternoon in honor of her
mother, Mrs B. L. Harding, of Los
Angeles. The University club was the
scene of the tea, and there from 3 to 5
o'clock more than 150 of Salt Lake's
charming maids and matrons gathered.
Gue'sts were received in the parlor,
Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Bayly and Miss
Emily Read standing in the receiving
line. Punch and refreshments were
served in the dining-room, Mrs. O. J.
Salisbury. Mrs. Hoyt Sherman, Mrs, W.
S. McCornlck and Miss Keogh presid
ing. Assisting were Mrs. Union "Worth
ington, Mrs. Arthur Bird. Mrs. Don Car
los Roberts, Mrs. Charles Post, Miss
Sherman, Laura Sherman. Miss Salis
bury, Miss Kinney, Miss McMillan,
Miss McGrath, Miss McCornlck.
"Wreaths of holly tied with bows of
brilliant red satin ribbon hung from
each of the wall lamps in the parlor
where the guests were received. Sprays
of the same brilliant green were fes
tooned over the tops of the curtains,
while masses of it filled the grate and
beautified the mantel. A very hand
some candelabrum Imbedded in a mass
of holly stood on a table in one corner,
.with smaller candelabrum on the man
tel. In the dining-room the same color
idea was carried out. A ,9mall Christ
inas, tree, gay with tinsel and other
bright trimmings, occupied the center
of the dinlng-table. over which was
thrown ' a handsome cloth of Mexican
drawn-work. At each corner of the
table 'uas a crystal candlestick holding
a candle of white, the candlesticks tied
with handsome bows of green or white
ribbon and rising from a bed of holly.
The sideboard also was a picture with
its branches of holly and bows of scar
let, the punch table showing the same
Idea In decoration. An orchestra sta
tioned on the main landing furnished
an altogether delightful programme and
the event was one which will be long
remembered by the guest of honor, who
leaves today for her home, and the
many who had the pleasure of greeting
Pleasant Studio Afternoon.
Miss Edith Magulre of Provo enter
tained a large number of friends at a
studio tea yesterday afternoon at her
studio in the Commercial club build
ing. -In addition to her own artistic
studio, that of Mrs. Martha Royle-Klng
was also thrown open for the enter
tainment of Miss Magulre's guests, who
lingered long to admire the very' beauti
ful collection of water colors and to en
joy the hospitality of one of Utah's tal
ented artists. Assisting Miss Magulro
were Mrs. Ruesell Lord Tracy, Mrs. O.
E. Cary. Mrs- R- S. Ilayward, Mrs.
Martha Royle-Klng, Mrs. Joseph M.
Bid well, Mrs. E. A. "Wedgewood, Mrs.
Graham F. Putnam. Mies Hallle Fos
ter delighted the guests during the aft
ernoon with several charmingly ren
Last Monday evening Unity club had
an evening of French literature and
music. Mr. Fish gave a talk on Victor
Hugo, Mrs. Jennings recited one of his
poems in the French, accompanied by
Mrs. Fabian on the piano, and Mrs. A.
A. Keer played selections from Gou
nod's "Faust." At the close of the
evening the club presented Mr. and
Mrs. Fish with a little French traveling
clock. Mr. Lewis, in presenting the gift
for the club, said that Mr. Fish would
have It as a reminder of the club, but
that the club would have Unity hall as
a memorial of him.
For IVIrs. Goldman.
Mrs. J. E. Bamberger was the host
ess yesterday at a delightful Informal
party in honer of Mrs. Golmnn, a form
er resident of Salt Lake, now of San
Francisco. Mrs. Goldman is the guest
of Mrs. Greenewald and enjoyed meet
ing her many friends. Lotto was played
and the prize went to Mrs. Rothschild.
Each guest received as a souvenir a
bunch of violets.
High Fire Party.
Mrs. Curtiss, 12C3 Windsor avenue, as
sisted by her daughter. Mrs. Drum
rnond, gave a very enjoyable high five
party and entertainment Wednesday
evening, December 11. Mrs. Elwood
Bailey and Mr. Chatterton won the first
prizes, and Mrs. Chatterton the con
Men. to'WeaT Dominos.
The young men invited to the Klrk
patrlck dance are to wear dominos and
masks and great fun Is anticipated
from this Innovation, although the men
will have all the advantage. Several
who are to wear masks are planning n
Mr. Welby's Family Arrives.
The family of General Superintendent
A. E. "Wclby of the Rio Grande West
ern arrived, from California yesterday
in the car Wasatch. Mr. and Mrs. Wcl
by will shortly be at home In the Eagan
house on Sixth East street
Many to Beceivo Hew Tear's Day.
From present indications a number of
the most popular members of society
will keep open house on January 2,
which 1e the day for celebrating Nov
Year. Both the big holidays falling on
Sunday, the next day will be observed.
At Home Discontinued.
' Dr. and Mrs. McEnpry will discon
tinue their Sunday ovenlng and Mon
day afternoon at homes until after
The Harry' IrwinB are pleasantly lo
cated in the Emery fiats on First street
Gov. Wells entertained at luncheon,
also at a duck hunt complimentary to
Gen. Baldwin. '
Mr. and Mrs. William Bayly, Jr., will
tour Europe after January 15.
A. R- Hager arrived Friday. Miss
Read and Mr. Hager will be entertained
tonight by Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Walker
and tomorrow night by Miss McGrath.
Their wedding Is to tako place next
The Klrkpatrlck dance on the 29th Is
setting the young people on tho qui
Miss Mary Louise Anderson will reach
home this week.
Douglas White entertained at a the
ater party one night last week.
Mrs. William H. Donncll has left for
Mrs. IL D. Slyer is In the city.
Mrs. J. E. Dooly's luncheon was one
of the delightful events of the Week.
Dr. and Mrs. LeMay entertained at
cards at Fort Douglas Friday evening.
Some of the prettiest girls seen at a
ball this year were noticed at tho Alpha
PI hop Friday night.
Dr. McEncry will not leave for Cali
fornia until January,
Mrs. Guy Palmer will shortly bo wel
comed by her many friends.
An engagement is shortly to he an
nounced that will not only be a surprise,
but will prove the most interesting
news item of the year.
The friends of Mrs. J. C. Royle, and
they aro legion, will be glad to learn
that she Is now Improving after a ser
ious illness of more than three weeks.
Harry Blntz of this city, who Is a
student at Cornell, will pass the holi
days with friends In New York.
Miss Ina Bothwell will be home from
Stanford Saturday morning to enjoy
her Christmas with relatives and
Miss BesB Ofllcer returns from Stan
ford on Saturday next to pass the holi
days with relatives and friends here.
After a delightful six weeks' visit
with Miss Marguerite Donnellan, nt
Pacific Grove, Cnl., Miss Juno Blntz
will return to her home here next Sat
urday. Miss Mamie Sapplngton will return
Saturday morning from Pacific Grove,
Cal., where she has been visiting Mrs.
Joseph L. Rawlins and Miss Alta Raw
lins, who will remain in California In
definitely. Mrs. B. F. Bauer and Miss Ethel
Bauer have returned from San Fran
cisco, where they have been since last
Mr. and Mrs. Mantle have taken tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Best on
Park avenue, and will bo at homo to
Mr. and Mrs. J. William Edmunds
are settled nt their new homo at 2C1
Mrs. R. C. Dunbar and family are
very pleasantly located at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Best on Ninth East street,
will be at home to their friends for the
Miss Bessie Spencer has returned to
her home in Ogden after a pleasant
visit at the home of Mrs. L Marks in
Mrs. J. F. Grant and daughter arc"
visiting friends in Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Struck are now at
home to their friends In the Judd Hat.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Carbls have re
turned from California, but Mr. Carbls
has been confined to his home since hl3
Mrs. D. B. Mudgett and daughter,
Edylh have returned from an extended
Eastern trip and will be homo for the
winter at 730 East First South street,
Miss Gean Terry of Idaho will bo tho
guest of her slsler, Mrs, J. S. Groo, for
the Christmas holidays.
The many friends of Miss Allco I'ar
rell will be sorry to hear of her lllnesB
of diphtheria at the home of her aunt,
in New York, where Bho has been visit-
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Ing and studying music the last five
' Miscellaneous Events.
Tho Sarasate Dancing club gives its
initial party on Friday, December 23,
at the Ladles' Literary" club. The dec
orations nre to be In Christmas ferns
and Navajo blankets.
O. D. Bishop of Minneapolis, Is vis
iting his brothers, F. M. Bishop and C.
W. Bishop, for a few days, before pro
ceeding to Lufkin, Tex., to spend the
winter with his son and daughter. Capt.
and Mrs. F. M. BlBhop entertained in
his honor In nn Informal muelcale on
The marriago of Miss Cora May
Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith,
to Charles D. Comstock, took place
Wednesday evening, at No. 5 Denver
court Re.V. B. Young performed tho
ceremony, after which a reception was
held to fifty guests. They will be at
home to their friends-after January 1,
No. 5 Denver court
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Evrell announco
the engagement of their daughter, Flor
ence, to C. A. Brown. The wedding
will take place Christmas day.
Miss Emily Feverycar was pleasantly
surprised by a number of her youthful
friends on Tuesday evening.
A luncheon will be clven on Wed
nesday under the auspices of the Coun
cil of Jewish Women. The hours are
from 11:30 to 2:30 o'clock In the B. B.
Mrs. W. Chatterton delightfully en
tertained laBt Monday evening.
Mrs. C. E. Drummond gavo an enjoy
able card party on Thursday evening.
The children of the Junlon Christian
Endeavor society of the First Presby
terian church enjoyed an altogether de
lightful afternoon yesterday In the
church parlors. Games and music, with
refreshments at the close, made a
pleasant afternoon for the little ones.
After the regular meeting of Unity
circle Wednesday afternoon, the mem
bers of the clrclo will hold what they
term a "bargain bazar." All the arti
cles offered at the bazar held ton days
ago were not disposed of, and these will
be on sale again Wednesday afternoon
and evening at Unity hall.
A card party will be given by the Wo
men's Republican club at the homo of
Mrs. John C. Cutler, 935 South West
Temple street, Thursday, Dec. 29, at
2 p. m. All Republican ladles aro in
vited. Club Notes.
Mrs. Grant Hampton entertained the
members of the Daughters of the Revo
lution at her home Friday afternoon.
The programme was in charge of Mrs.
Mary M. F. Allen of Park City, who
read a most Interesting review of the
life of John Stewart, one of the found
ers of Astoria. The paper was written
by Col. William M. Ferry, Mrs. Allen's
father, and was greatly enjoyed by tho
members of the society.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
club will be held Tuesday afternoon,
December 20, at the home of Mrs. A. J.
Johnson. Mrs. Stlckncy of the Utah
Home-Finding association will Bpeak to
the members on the work of the Home
Finding association in Utah.
The regular meeting of the tourist
section will be held Tuesday at 10 a. m.
Tomorrow afternoon the regular
meeting of the Reviewers' club will be
held at the home of Mrs. R. C. Wood
ruff at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Charles G. Plum
mer will give the topic of tho day,
There will be no regular meeting of
the Cleofan until January 3.
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East Second South, opposlto Grand the- ,
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