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l ' $ " THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, -1912.
IIT HE bal masque at the post Friday
I night wns jcnlly the most clab
X orate event; of the whole week in
military and town society circles. It
was in every rospect the bent managed
nflfnir ever arrunRud Iiere, a a mas
querade, and the beauty of the cotillion
figures, the perfection of detail and the
general success of the affair was due
entirely to Captain and Mrs. .Tames M.
Potty, the only members of the hop
committee -at present; -it the post, who
planned ami executed -the-whole affair.
The most congenial spirit possiblo
reigned throughout the evening, and
the people of thxj army proved, them
selves as.alwaysi the most, perfect of
hosts and hostesses.
The gnosis were received as they en
tered 1)3' 'Mrs. JT'css and Mrs. Glover,
who were ;iot nmsked, but were assist
ing Captain and Mr-o. Petty in enter
taining the company. The weird figures,
dressed in alJ sorts of fanciful costumes,
Missed before the receiving line, and
when a laro number -were assembled,
the center of the hull "was cleared for
the entrance of the judges,
Mrs. Jrous, Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. Craw
ford. Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Self ridge,
who passed down the length of the hop
room and mounted to a dais at the far
end, from which they could view the
company. They 'jvere attired in wigs,
aps and gowns antfl made a striking ap
pearance. After jnoxe than two hours of
earnest deliberation they ' anuouucod
that six ladies suml six gentlemen had
been selected who were equally good in
their representation of the various
characters. They were Mrs. C. 0.
.Smith, a little eirl; Maps Josephine
Campbell, a Dutch girl; Miss Geneve
Savage, an Indian maid; M"iss Denise
ICarrick, a Colonial maiden; -Mrs. P. G.
Wrighlson, a Filipino woman, and Mrs.
A. W. Foreman, an Indian; Captain
Petty, ji fantastic soldier; Samuel Kur
rick. a Turk; Leo Charles Miller, a
Dutch peasant: Captain Pond, as Uncle
Sam; Fred Perkins, an Indian chief, and
Goorgp 11. Smith, a bull lighter.
These names were placed in a hat and
Colonel Irons drew out that of Miss
Campbell, who received the ladies'
prize, a beautiful little silver card and
vanity case, and Mr. Karrick, who re
ceived a similar gift, suitable for a
man's use. Among the other interesting
I characters scon were:
Mrs. A. 0. Seaman, high-class Japa
Mrs. Petty, white and black Yamma
Mrs, AV. B. Wallaco. Dolly Vardcn.
Mrs. A. W. Gullion, Japanese maiden.
Mrs. Dcwjtt, Spanish lady.
Mrs. Pond, school girl.
Mrs. W. 13. Graham, athletic girl.
Miss Cartwright, athletic girl.
Mrs. Johnson, red and yellow clown.
Mrs; Jordan. French maid.
Mrs. Lee Charles Miller, Dutch peas
Mrs, Jl. M. Breeden, Yellow Kid.
Mrs, Fred Erickson, Dutch girl.
Miss Lucilo Francke, Colonial lady.
Miss Elizabeth Nilcs, Spanish lady.
Mrs. H. "W. Baum, little girl.
Mrs. "W. W. Trimmer, flower maiden.
Miss Prances Cowan, school girl.
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Miss Margaret Walker and Miss No
rinno Thompson, Dutch painter boys.
Miss Marie Odoll and Miss Margaret
Dunn, Paris artists.
Miss Mary Lurnan. Yamma girl.
Miss Lucile Clark, Yamma girl.
Mrs. Jaek Taylor, flower girl.
Miss .Eliza- Dcy, Colonial lad'.
Miss Rosamond Eitchie, Japanese
Mrs. George H. Smith, Spanish lady.
Mrs. J. M. Davis, tambourine girl.
Mrs. Joseph Nibley, Quakor maid.
Miss Jane Darling, Japanese girl.
Mrs. "William H. Child. Yamma girl.
Mrs. Elbridge Thomas, Spanish
Miss Hazel Appington, old-fashioned
Mrs. Dodgo, Kid Domino.
Dr. Valson, sailor lad.
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Lieutenant Early, monkey.
Lieutenant Schultz, dog-faced boy.
Captain England, Colonial gentleman.
Captain Kellond,, kitchen maid.
Major Manloy, middy boy.
Mr. Ricard, country boy.
Lieutenant Pardee, Colonial gentle
man. Lieutenant Hall, Greek.
Lioutenant "Wallace, football hero.
Captain Smith, small boy.
Lieutenant HartlCj clown.
P. L. Dodge, old man clown. ,
Elbridge Thomas, bull fighter.
Lieutenant Jordan, prisoner.
Jack Taylor, railroad engineer.
Lieutenant Underwood, tramp.
Lieutenant Cotton, sailor boy.
Captain Bowon, clown.
S. A. Maginniss, Yamma boy.
Lieutonant Gullion, "West Point cadet.
Lieutenant Dalo McDonald, trouba
dour. Lieutenant Weaver, Colonial gentle
man. Captain De Witt, Spaniard.
Colonel Perkins, Chineso gentleman.
Roscoo M. Breeden, Chinese gentle
man. W. IT. Child, old man.
Lieutenant Seaman, sailor.
After the supper was served the real
surprise of the ovoning was sprung on
the company in the form of a cotillion of
several sots of figures, for which beau
tiful and most interesting favors were
presented. There wcro Bea shell rat
tleB, brought by Mrs. Irons from Japan;
military pennants, flags, whistles,
miniature tennis rackets, lovely flowors
and numerous playthings suitable for
the gifts. Captain and Mrs. Petty led
in the intricate figures of the cotillion
and Mrs. Selfridgo and Madam
Wrightson presided at the favor tables.
Many guosts from town were present
as spectators to view tho dancers in
their weird characters, among them
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Keyes, Mr.
and Mrs. T. G. Webber, Mrs. Morris L.
Ritchie, Mrs. James L. Frankcn and
TIIE week .just onded has been a
particularly gay ono for the
autumn season, reminding society folk
more of the glories of the holiday sea
son than of tho pre-Thanksgiving pe
riod. Tho first affair of the wcok of
especial interest was the debutante
dance Monday night at the Country
club, a delightful aiffair at which
Judge and Mrs. Morris L. Ritchie pre
sented MisB Rosamond Ritchie, a most
attractivo young girl, at hor formal
dobut into society. An additional af
fair in connection with Miss Ritchie's
debut was tho tea on Wcdnesdaj- af
ternoon, The great annual event of
eociety, tho charity ball, meant more
in tho matter of display and gowning
this year than it has done before and
at tho same timo it can truthfully be
said that it was tho most successful
ball in a society way ever given in
the eamo cause. The bal masque of
Friday evpniug at the post was ono
of the merriest affairs ever enjoyed
in the historic little hop room and it
was enjoyed by a representative gath
ering of the town friends of tho armj'
people. As a close of tho very gay
week came tho "Promenade Concert"
last evening at the Hotel Utah, a dis
tinct innovation in local society af
fairs, and one which was welcomed by
the music lovers and their friends as
a pleasant one. During the early even
ing tho guits thronged tho mezzanine
floor, presouting all the appearance of
a formal reception, and later a delight
ed audience listened to a most artistic
MRS. ,1. M. CALLOW was the host
ess yesterday at a "beautifully
appointed luncheon at the Louvre for
fifty of the young girl friends of her
two younger daughters, tho Misses
Margaret and Prances Callow, with a
inatinco party at the Colonial later.
Tho long banquet table was laid the
length of the room and tho beautiful
young girls made a most attractive
picture. Tho whole place was adorned
with rosy pink, the exquisite color for
youth. Pink. carnations wero tho floral
part and tiny pink baskets of bonbons
were at oach place, while all the minor
appointments wero in the same color.
Mrs. Callow was assisted in chaper
oning the party by Mrs. T. G. Griffin
and tho guests were the Missos:
Irene Savage Ruth Farnsworlh
Jean Hutchcns .Josephine Richards
Gertrude Thomas Rosolla ISUorbeck
Norma Mueller Lucy Hay
Helen Cnsc Alary Swan
Ruth Prather Elizabeth Colladay
Lilllan Kick- Dorothy Doollttle
Mary Sheclc Dorothy Daly
Jnez Shurnian Martha Weston
Lois Banard Olive Wall
Mnrjorle Crltchlow Margaret, O'Brien
.Tcaiicltc Lecky Anne Montgomery
Helen Sheets Berenice Browning
Marjoilc Wasson Frances Davis
Kathalinc Maturinc XjiomJ Hoffman
Kleanor Park Mllen Carmondy
Bulah Hay ' Grclchcn Ilasktii)
Mary Dern Frances Knox
Vivian Smith Jasmine Smith
Helena Gamble . Deito McCrystal
j Tsabclle Bacon Myni Cameron
AMONG the guests at the Charity
ball was Mrs. Raymond Moore ol
Boise, who was Miss Estclle Clinton of
this city. Mrs. Moore was warmly wel
comed by her friouds here, having been
one of the popular society girls of tho
city prior to her marriage. Mrs. Moore
will remain for a short visit with Dr.
and Mrs. W. L. lDlerbeck and Mrs. Clin
ton. ACCORDING fo all prognostications
as to te;is, the quantity of Oolong
to bo consumed in the next week or so
will be enormous. There arc to be af
ternoon toaB, bridge leas, pink teas and
then simply tens innumerable. Dinners
and luncheons also will fill in the time
between now and Thanksgiving, leaving
hardly room enough for tho regulation
turkey of that day. Mrs. James Iloglc
will entortain at a luncheon "Wednesday
nt tho4Iotol Utah. Mrs. A. J. Gorhnm
and Mrs. J. 0. "Weetcr will ontortain
next Thursday afternoon at a Kensing
ton a.t the Gorham home. Miss Noriimo
Thompson gives a tea this afternoon at
hor homo. Mrs. Ira II. Lewis enter
tains next Saturday at a musicalo at
her home. Miss Edith Muguirc enter
tains tomorrow at tea for Mrs. Llobbs.
A VERY pleasant affair of yesterday
C. afternoon was tho tea given by
Mrs. .lohn Dorius and her daughters,
Mrs. Collie Stayner and Mrs. Wilford
Mo3'le, to a number of their friends.
Tho Dorius homo in Federal Heights
was tho scene of tho affair and it was
gay with flowers through all the rooms,
the various shades of yellow being used.
Assisting tho hostesses in tho receiving
of their guests were Mrs. Clifford A.
Jennings, Miss Uelen Jennings, Mrs.
Lester Langford and Mrs, J. A. Kcarns.
Mrs. Annio Dinwoodoy, Mrs. John E.
Austin, Mrs. Jay Milner and Mrs.
Prank Doyle alternated at the tea ta
ble, and assisting them were Mrs. Sey
mour Dorius, Mrs. Henry Klcinsmidt,.
Miss Gonovo McClelan and Miss Sena
Dorius. Little Ruth Jennings received
the friends at the door.
ft it r,
WHILE the dancing events of the
near future arc few as com
pared to those of the past week, there
arc still a number on the immediate hor
izon toward which tho yoiingcr dancing
pooplo are looking with ke'en interest.
The second dance of tho Utah club will
bo tho big event of tho present week,
being sot. for Wednesday evening in
the ballroom of tho Hotel Utah. Fol
lowing a week lator the men of tho Uni
versity club will entortain their friends
at tho second of their winter dances,
Friday evening, November 29, having
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MISS CARLOTTA JENNINGS en
tertained a number of friends
yesterday afternoon at a musical tea
at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. II.
Peabody on Third avenue. Tho home
was lovely with autumn flowors. yel
low colored ehr3'santhe:nums and yel
low tulle decorating tho tea table and
quantities of the flowers adorning the
other rooms. The hostess was assisted
by hor sisters, Mrs. Peabody, Mrs. Bar
ron, Mrs. C. F. Jennings and (by her
mother, .Mrs. 11. S. .iTuTwdl
Lafayette llnnclnjlt and lin'
Hutchinson poured lea an,i cofflil "
Misses Pearl and Daisv Sava Jfctf
garct Clark and Ethel ttll
ass.stod. beveral delightful Itf
numbers were enioved M
TfyTR. AND MRS. W. P EAnjE
tcrtained a party of fnen1
a family dinner last Tuesday ziWlt
Bransford in celebration of the m&
tieth -anniversary of their manM
Tho long table was bright withrp
nnd the guests iwludcd, besidejSf1.
host and hostess, three of those int
ent at the wedding thirty yeuW'X?
Thoso invited were Dr. and MtiBf
F. Earls, Mr. and Mrs Philip (.ill
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Earls, ?,tr.s
Mrs. J. A. Earls, Mr and tii jjSM
Earls. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. KnoxTk
and Mrs. McCbr3'3tal and Edpu Ejjfjj
MIS? JULTK HBRNB. whojfc
turo appears today, is a '9-'
ful and talented young girl forraM
of Salt Lake, who is wiiming a U1
for herself in the dramatic ttqm T
She has hoon the guest of Dr. rtnJMi.'
J. T. Wite during her stay and aZ
of the old friend? of her father!
friouds who remember her both
child and later in her profenljii
visits have boen happy to reaew tift1
acquaintance. Mrs Whito cave aDT
formal ten for her on Friday nfterosB
Weddings and fj
The marriage of Miss Minette El
and Daniel Alexander will tako pll
on Wednesday, November 27, ia(
evening. It vill be a quiet horaejff
fair, witnessed only by the family'A
the most intimate friends. J'M
Mr. and Mts. J. J. Schnicl; aunoiw
the engagement of thoir daughter JW
ni to Lee Brayton Wight of jM
City, the marriage to take place toff
(Continued on Page Fourtcea.)M
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Mrs. Mario B. Russak. official international
Theosopbical society, -will talk from the occultist standpoin .
the- subject. "Life .After Death' at Unity hall, ll,es
November 19, S:15 p. m. Admission 25c. -
Mrs. Russak is kuowu all over the civilized world
lecturer on occult subjects. !