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Bf 14 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER J 7, 1912. 1
(Continued from P?.go Eight.)
limo early in Llio now year. Mr. Wight,
is oiio of the rising nttor.ioys of Park.
(ity aud is stale sciintor-clcct from
Tho marriugo of Miss Elsie Zwicky
:ui(l William Eldridgo Stanton, whose
engagement wii3 announced recently,
will take place Wednesday evening
next at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. .7.
"F. Marshall, 24 K street.' Tho wed
ding' will bo a eimplo homo affair, with
only tho relatives And a fow friends
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton an
nounce tho oncagemout of their daugh
ter Ivcllio to 33en C. Snyder. Tho wedding-
will take -place in December.
Mr. ami Mrs. .T. W. Siownri' an
nounce the engagement of their
-daughter Ethel to Alviu F. .Solander,
tho marriage- to take place early in
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hammond (hilsio
McMillan), who were married in Los
ia Angoles in tho late summer, arc now
fjj hiving thuro and uto al; homo to thuiv
( -friends at I23-K! Scarf street in the Al
Jji liemarlc apartments.
I Mrs. N. Uoaeh of !Now Jc'ork, for
$ .mcrjy Mrs, A. Ja Pollock of this city,
K has been Loro for tho past Tew days, at
m flie Hotel Utah, greeting numorouu i'or
gjj mer J'rieudii among Salt Lakers. M.t.m.
H !toch is tho mother of Channing Poi
re 'lock, the playwright and critic.
I Mr. and Mra. Jloy Addison Ware and
Mjijl thoir small daughter aro homo from
ftf 1 "Wilmctta, Chicago, where Mrs. W:irc
vWm Hfcl Io daughler have spent Iho
S j? vast fow months, Mr. Ware having
5f i .'joined them tho 1st of November.
Miss Lillian "Wood ward, who has
isijci ibeen with Mrs. Goorgc K, .Ifisher. for
Jnorly of Salt Lake, in the Berkshire's,.
! is back in New York visiting Mrs. Og
fcif den liecd.
1 Mrs. Lee Charles Miller and Miss
Bonnie Miller returned early in the
ffli week from the oast, where Miss Miller
I j hna been spending the summer -with her
?f grandparents. Mrs. Miller joined her
jyji there a month ago and they spent a few
- weeks in "Now York city shopping be
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lippinan have
returned after a month spent on the
coast. They visited Portland and went
from there to San Jrancisco, spending
some time with the W. A. Sherman
faniilv and -with Mr. and Mrs. A. Fair
child Sherman in Oakland.
Mrs. Margaret B. Salisbury is liome
after a summer spent in Europe and
is with Mr. and M'rs. O.- .T. Salisbury
for a stay of a few weeks before goiug
to tho coast.
Dr. and Mrs. W. 1.'. Tyndalo nave
taken a house at 70S Second avenue,
where they will shortly bo settled for
Mrs. Cooper Anderson, who lias been
ill at Holy Cross hospital for some
I time, has returned to hor home in 01m
Mrs. P. J. Mo ran. has gone to Cali
' f ornia. to spend the winter. Sho will
spend some time at Paso liobles.
Mr aud Mrs. W. If. Child havo been
spending the past few days in town
.with Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge Thomas,
roniaining in for tho Charity ball and
tho post; hop.
Mrs. W. E. Persons, who has been in
Boston for some weeks, is expected
Mrs. Corey Albritton has gono to
Kulispcll, Mont;, for a short stay.
Mrs. Thomntj Weir has gono to Den
ver to visit friends for a few "woolen.
Miss .lano Quinccy Kimball has ro
turnod from a visit with Mrs. E. G.
Hanson in Eureka.
Judgo II. H. Atkinpon is hero from
Touopah and is suending a fow days
at tho Hotel Utah.
Mr. und Mrs. Louis Cohu, Miss Cohn
and Miss Elsie Cohn aro expected back
tho last of tho week, having speut the
past summor abroad.
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Mrs?. E. F. luiot is home from Cnn-
:uln, whore sho went to visit hor
' daughter, Mrs. .Keith, who was Miss
Miss Bella BIyth will be back within
a few days from a visit to ber parents'
home in Evanston, wyo.
Mrs. John C. Nivcn is here from Los
Angeles visiting her pareuts. Mr. and
Mrs. Waldemar Van Oott,
Lieutenant Nod M. Grcon, who ik
now on tho Pacific ocean, will spend
some time here on his way east to take
his examinations for promotion.
Mrs. W. P. Kisor is inKeokuk, Towa,
visiting tho Irwin family on her "way
homo from the cast.
M. Barrett and son. M. .T. Barrett,
and Miss Dixon, who have been visit
iug Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Gallagher, have
gono on to tho coast.
Mrs. .T. H. Traughber is here from
Kansas City visiting her son and daugh
ter. Mr. aiid Mrs. W. E. Traughber.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Yen have
moved into thoir new couutrv home in
Mts. Mary Crowder has returned
from Ohio and is with her daughters,
Mrs. Sehulte nnl Miss Crowder,'
Mrs. Sam S'chwah has been hero
from Provo spending the rast few da3'S
with the Wcdgv'ood familv. !
Tiss Pluiiia Puroell is home after a
visit with friends in Kansas City and
Mrs. Boggs leaves during tho week
for Honolulu to spend the winter.
Mts. T. Leroy Cardon and Miss Car
don have returned to Logan after
spending a few days in tho city with
Lieutenant Dale McDonald is a new
officer who has been added to the gar
rison, at Fort Douglas.
Miss Pauline Stem is hero from Mid-
dlclon. N. Y visiting Mr. and Mrs.
George S. Ancrbach
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Hamilton and
Miss Lucilc Clark have moved in from
thoir country homo and are at tho Ho
tel Utah for the winter,
Mr. aud Mrs. W. B. Lcoirard of GaT
field have been spending the past few
days in the citv visitiug friends.
Miss Mina Tu3-lor is in town for
1 pTJ FancLDress
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ill L OJ2v Iub, Opposite Z. 0. M. T.
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stay of a fow' days, haviujr como up
from Provo fur tho charitv ball.
Mrs. B. d 'Auirenionto is Jicro Trom
Lewistown, Mont., a guost at the home
of Mr. and Mra. Lvun S. tlillhain.
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Mrs. M. .7. Cheesmau, who is just
now in New York with Air. and Mrs.
Morton U. (hecsman, will go to Ten
nessee shortly to join Mra. Campbell,
and they will spend the winter in Flor
Mra. Martha Kimball, who has boou
hero for sonio Li mo visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs". D. F. Walker, and her sister,
Mrs. Mary 15. Gilmer, has gone to her
home in Oakland.
Mr. and Mrs. II. AV. Walker and Mrs.
Putman. Mrs. Walker's mother, havo
returned huiuo from a trip to southern
California and San Francisco, also to
thoir old home in Glenn count', Cali
fornia, -where the' visited Mr. and Mr.i.
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Frank Glenn at ' ' Glounairy'' and wore
eulertained by a number of old e
(iuaiotaiices. Mrs. Charles Shields goes to Tooele
this al'tornoon for a week's visit with
her daughler. Miss Prances. The lat
ter is teaching in the Tooclu district
Mrs. .T. T. Young, formerly Misa Lou I
Mitchell, will leave for T'ocatello to-1
da- after a pleasant visit of some!
works vith her parents, M.rand Mrs.
G. M. Mitchell. 1
Mrs. T. D. Ryan of Ogden spent a
day or so in towii during tho week, vis
itiug Mrs. Joseph Young. Mr. and Mrs.
Young and their sou' spent last Sunday
at their fruit ram-h near Syracuse.
Mrs. E. Bonneinort has gone to Provo
to spend a few day with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Chamberlain. w
A number of Salt Lake friondsjwill
go to Ogdcn Wednesday to attend the
tea given by Mrs. Maioue and Ii. M.
Mrs. Mary Bero and Mrs. .Jennie Mor
gan have moved and nre at home now
at 50ij Easl Second South street.
LicutenanL Ned M. Green arrived
last evening from -Manila and will
tiuond a du or :;o in town with friends,
lie will go from here to Washington on
bu:-inees and will return for a longci"
Judgo and M'rs. Q. V. Powers- left
yesterday at noon for the coast, to bo
away several weeks.
Mrs. P. R. I'Vrgusnn and lirr small
daughter are here from I'leuver visit
ing Mr. and Airs. Rusj-cII L. Tracy.
The Somcaic Card club was onter
taitied on Thursday last by M rs. S. !:!r
Jcksou at lier 'jouic. Four tables of (5'J
were played and pri.es were awarded
to Mrs. J. W. Whlpido and Mrs. B.
Mra. N. II. Tanner entertained a
party of eight friends yesterday at the
Commercial elub at a beautifully ap
pointed luncheon, taking her guests
later to tho Orphoum tlifaler for tho
matinee. Tho company included Mrs.
William Ucokworth, Mrs. Julian Smith,
Mrs. Margaret Duggins, Mrs. ('harlou
Kubirjtun,'MT.i. D. Ji. Chnphian, Mrs, 10.
0. Davicn nnd Mrs. Mabel Cooper.
Mrs. Croabio Pickering nnterlained
eighteen at a delightful birthday parly
for her son, Frank f'rosbio, it; being hiu
sixth birthday. TIioho present; wore:
Eruia Ltnendnlo. Geary Johnson, Lou
ise Eyifou, Kaymoud Buclile, Buster
Johnson, Louise Morgan, Glen Loveii
dalc. Dorothy Iliggs, Glon Hard', Olie
Longfellow, Karl" I lardy, M.ay Longfel
low, Cordon Phillips. Marlan'd Strong,
Bryant Higs, Claude Phillip?, Roy
Me in in way, Frank Pickering.
Final arrangemeuts for tho pioneer
ball, to be held in thy. bishops' build
ing Kriday ovening, November 22, have
been completed. All friends are invit
ed to attend and share iu the festivi
ties and partake iu the revival ot the
spirit of the founders of the stato of
Utah. Pioneer costumes will he worn.
Tho refreshment committee will be as
sisted in the serving oT buttermilk,
doughnuts and gingerbread by the fol
lowing young ladies: Be.-si iraj'wrod,
Aflon Wright, Helen Wright. Fern
Kimball, Beatrice Brown. La von Ly
boy. Delia Wolstonholii', Maud Brown.
Carrol V.vley. .Toy MeCune, I-'oarl Mill
iner. 10 va Lund, Genevieve Wright.
Ceorgine Williams. Following are the
uaiiM'i) of the ladies who have the a fair
in charge: Elizabeth Wright, IvIUa-b"-f
Ilavward. Zina. Y, Card. Victoria
M.-Ouno,"Jda L. Allen, Laura H. Merrill,
lOffic Merrill, Sarah J Cannon, Haltie
Kimball. Flora Horn. Lucy A. Clark-,
Mary II. Buekholdr, Eineroftc .'. Smith,
Julia. M. Farnsworth. habel Thurman.
Mary Bnttervorth, Marv J. Clawsou,
May Belle Davis, Abide H. Covle.
Kate F. Burton, Tsubel Workman.
Miss Grace Hewlett entertained hor
sewing clnP Wednesday. A delicious
Juucheou 'was served. The menibars
of tho club present wore Miss Kay
Lambert. Margcrv Mathews. Haxel
Needham. Pearl Gardner. Liouo Gam
111011''. Carol Lvouc. Rhea Taylor and
Iho hostess. Tho club will meet with
Miss Fay Lambert next time.
Mra. W. Scott entertained delight
ful lv Monday night in honor of Air.
Scott's liftieth sinuiveiarv. Chrysan
themums wore used to doeoratc tho
rooms, and about, forty gnosis enjoyed
Miss Ida Giles entertained the tt. G.
Sewing Huh at her home Thursday.
The rooms were bright with chrysan
themums and carnations. Next; "week
Miss Tla".el Mgredith will entertain the
One of tho evenls of tho coming
week will b the dancing party to be
given by the Mioses Nirl Giles, Lu
cilc Van, Phvllis Jacobscu. Mumo Dan
gerfield arid Vie Mblnloy. Tho affair
will take placo on Wednesday. .Novem
ber 20, in the new lOhuentli Ward
Amusement hall. The chaperons for
the occasion include MY. and Mrs. .1.
II. Midgb'V, Mr. and Mrs. Androw Ja
cohseu. Mr and Mrs, 11. 10. Giles, Air.
and Mr B. S. Dnngorfiald, Thoinan
Giles, Earl Mi delay, and Mr. and Mrs.
G. G. Vau.
Mrs.' James Motcalf. Jr., of SG5 East
Second South street entertained at
cards last Wednesday afternoon, five
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tables of guests enjoj-ing tho & V
Mrs. Vf. E. Col lest rap ana ifrs. a &
Williams assisted the hostess and 0
O. It. Hardy wou tho priz i t
Mrs. Leuoro itorrocks cntcitaii! ti
partj- of a dozen iriuuds at a "i ii
ant affair last Wednesday cve&fc
her home. &
Mrs. JL M. Andrew?, 938 Wai
ton street, entertained tho H. 1
club Wednesday afternoon. The',
mooting n ha held with ititsj
Mrs. A. G. Cheshire wa? hoi
Tuesdp-y evening at a parcel i
givon for Jtias Jose Willi?, vaos'o
riage to J. F. Hand ley takes pla9'
Wednesday. The grooms -wers 'i
rated in red hearts, red and 'i
chstmthoniuins, Prizes wero roi
Misr. Barb Willis and Mra. G."
Uandley. Mra. A. L. Park assiats
The numerous events of tbo'sMl
ing week will keep society on tbSf
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their accessories to fit cvervbodjBfi
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RETAIL MERCHANTS TC
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The eighth annual dance of the!
Lake lle.tail Merchruits' aisod
will ho given at tho Odeon Vcdnei
night. Fred II. Weight, of rho com
tee on arrangements, says that tbo
fair iiromises to excel any former
tertai anient given by the baicherel
grocers and that there will hoa jjx
feature in the presence of T. 0. ?
ton, a veteran prompter, who is k
renowned as a "caller." Old i
ionedj dances will 'form a gcncrouSj
of the programme. Thoro will hep;
iu abundance. Tho annual danca
tho retail merchants havo in tho '
been uniformly successful in every
spoct and; this year i event douM
will bo no oxception to tho rule, v,
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