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ijj.j J 5 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 19-12. , M
1 ' flfe waTaf ffie ocJfepM
It HT3 iveek is to bo a particularly
fi 1 brink ono socially, what with
J, the rush of preparation for
Christmas, tho usual demands
o charity at this time of year and tho
general run of entertaining, and those
rrho aro in the gay set, or even nearly
connected with it, will bo kopt on a
constant go. So.vernl skating parties
havo beeu arranged for tomorrow
night, man- theater parties are sched
uled as well, and numerous supper par
tios are to fill in the time later.
Miss .Richmond and Miss Atarguorito
Richmond will entertain with a matinee
party at the Colonial Thursday after
noon for Mies Alico "Wall and Mrs.
Ijffwin A- .Toffs, at which a dozen of the
!yoiM girls will bo guests. Mrs. Mark
W. Lillard will entertain tho girls of
'her eewing club Tuesday aftornoon, und
a number of smallor afternoon affairs
! j XT' is welcome news to the friends of
j X Captain and Mrs. Harker of Fort
ij-L f Douglas that they and their two at
J ijj j h tractive children are to remain at Fort
, f r !(' Douglas. A wire reached Captain Hnr
?;''flj; kr yesterday morning announcing his
i Rssignmont to tbo Twentieth, and tho
j-T ill people of that regiment, as well as a
"It':!' kost of friends in town, havo boon
t -' -f 'f- showering him with congratulations.
3.' mi: Harkers came hero with tho Fif- '
i' teenth some four year6 and moro ago, ;
V- W and they have made many warm ('
jirj Adeads la Bocial find official circles in
5 : ij , tho flity, a8 well db tholr many army ;
; rfriends in tho two regiments with, whom (
r.'jji thy havo b&en associated. (
f l . npH33 usnal Sunday calm has been i
ir'.'ifj'jj -I- 'considerably ruffled in the past
Nvj' eyT wee5 or on 0r mother of the
young girls has given a Sunday after- j
l.'li noon tea which included tho young pco-
i 'I'j t pie of both sexes and which meant a '
Jj;' merry afternoon together. Today Miss .
' ' Doniflo Karrick will be th hostess nt j
uoh. an affair at hor homo on Thir-
1 leenth East stroet, Miss Josophino
'j- :. Qanrphell being tho guost of honor. La-
er n afternoon Miss Mnrie Odoll
-1 t ? will entertain at a buffet supper at t
"'; J I her home for MisB Genevieve Fisher of i
iy ' 6m .Francisco. 1
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j 3ji; i TT "would be difficult for a city much
j A Tnrger than Salt Lake to show a
:'t ! firouP young girls, debutantes, sub
' f debutantes and those a little more ad
j1!' ' ranced, than that seen at tho Lee
(.lharles Miller homo last Wednesday
y'-jj;r, evcningvat tho vaudeville and dancing
1'itj party given for their daughter, Miss
f'jfjl Bonnio Miller. Ono might go through
f tVt 1 Q ,a' rom tho young daughter of tho
jt '3; house on and find not ono girl who
-f1'; would not have attracted attention
!i .J anywhere, whilo there wero several who
;,.'Jfj; are really famed beauties. Miss Miller
wore an exquisite dancing gown of
ijj whito, veiled in electric blue and
' '';!( j trimmed with lace and crystal, while
; tfy her mother was dressed in a handsome
: ';Mi cown. of white Batin charmcuee with
tL: rmintfH lae an pearls. Many
i ; jjfi the gowns were among the handsom
jy! '.i - est eeen during the present Eeason. The
? '.f i idea of dividing tho dancing men by
j meana of bouttonierres for tho red and
-i'yvlty Mn0 niatch the lighting system was (
a novel one, and ono which met with
Jft genera approval. It gave ample op-
DOrtunitv for tho teto-a-totn 'hnfwnrTi
5. 5j pon,uD-iiy lor ino teto-a-tote Dotwoen
dances, which is frequently missed by
jjpii't the rush of ono dance.
'-Vv' CT -E has always been famed
Hr residenfa of the place. The story was
i.-Mf told some yearB ago of n. Salt Lako
. .'!' ( man, whd was spending some timo on
yl t10 coast. He was warm in his admir
i. fltion of California women and ndmirod
. .tiji? spclally their dash and style. But
... -jjj ho confided to a San Francisco friond
lii tIiat ey not IcaHj possess tho
.'; beauty of tho Salt Lake girls. The
: ,-".'-f6an Iancisco man was indignant, as
' t 8011 Ianciscans are wont to be under
I ;! J such circumstances. Jnst thon they saw
jTr, , I lwo particularly etriking young worn
tl; 4 ?n approaching. "Xow," said tho Cal
l ifornia man, "look at thoso two beau
' .1 tie8' Ypti'd never sqo such Jooking
M-ltf KM !n Salt Laho.,, But before ho
couJa flnish he wns astounded t0 have
companion rush up with the warm
jrf;i i ? ot Greeting, for tho two beau-
t'es wero friends and neighbors from
; Salt Lako.
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!: j.J rAfAJ012 & -rs. William S. Graves
. g 1VJL of Fort Douglas entertained about
A eighty frionds, tho peoplo of tho garri
,;;,': eon and aomo friends from town as
well, last evening at a beautifully ap
0y. ported reception at their quarters, to!
jV;, 1 1 meet Capt. Charles W. Exton and his
. 'I 1 bride, who havo .lust arrived at the
i; i post after a honeymoon journey cover
?; S tho past two months. Tho nttrac-l-jil
tivo home wau gay with "the greeting-s
irP' ' of friends nil evening, and the sweet
'Ut strains of music furnished by tho regi-Id-iX
O,ontnl orchestra flonted out to welcome
I R the company. Tho host and hostess, to-iV-:jf
Kctber with Capt. and Mrs. Exton and
J trlCapt. and Mrs. James M. Potty, who
l'I'M eaV tl TeS"ncnt today, stood'in tho
'. ' ifi "ParI.or io receive their guests, whilo as
p if listing thorn through the various rooms
i j'we Mrs. Do Witt, Miss Ellen Maurv
I , 'and Miss Oartwright. Mrs. H. M. Nelly
and Mrs. Crawford presided in the din
ing room, serving punch and coffee, and
hero beautiful decorations of deep red
roses were used. Mrs. Exton was 'Miss
Rosalio McCIellan, daughter of Gen.
John McCIellan, Tctired.
A MOST delightful affair of yester
day aftornoon was tho informal
tea at which Mrs. Frederick F. Stelg
meyer entertained about thirty of her
friends, to meet Mrs. William Story,
wife of Judge Story, now arrivals in
the city. Tho Steigmoyer homo at 916
East Second South street, wns beauti
ful with flowers, and radiant with hos
pitality during tho late hours of tho af
ternoon, and tho hostess was assisted
in receiving and caring for hor gupsts
by Mrs. Mary E. Gilmoro, Mrs. N, A.
Robertson, Mrs. Will Browne, Mrs,
Charles Tyng, Miss .Richmond and Miss
Marguerito Richmond, 1
TTIE card party planned by the mem
bers of tho new Judge Mercy Hos
pital league, for Monday afternoon at
St. Mary's Cathedral hall, bids fair to
bo a huge success. The arrangements
have all boon completed and tho ladies
in charge of tho affair aro Mrs. J, C
JIanchett, Mrs. 0. A. Quigloy, Miss
Margaret Gibbons, Mrs. W. F. Jensen,
Mrs, Ed, McGurrin, Mrs. A. X. Tiornan,
Misses Kato Halloran, Mary Holloran;
Mcsdames J. C. Lynch, 0. li. Hewitt,
M. Cnllon, C. M. Bell, Jos, Googhegan,
W. W. Rivers, Burk, Curtis, J. A. De
Buzck, Wilson, E. L. Sheets, Hanson,
R. C. Hill, Kirk. Mrs. Jaa. Hughes,
Miss Kate Halloran, Mrs. Thos. Kcarns
and Mrs. Wm. M. O'Brien will pour.
Following is a list of prominent ladies
who huvo taken tables; Mosdames W.
I. McCoruick, J. J. Daly, A. H. S. Bird!
C W. Whitloy, L. B. McComick, J. C.
Hanchott, C. A. Quigloy, B. O. Meck
lenburg, F. J. Westcott, A. n. Ensign,
Dr. McEnany, C. N. Butler, Marjorio
Mulvey Chnmberhin, E. D. Woodruff,
Miss Eva. Jennings, Mrs. Kinney, Mrs.
R. II. McConaughoy. Thoso not wish
ing to play will be welcomed to tea.
LOCAL friends of Miss Miriam
Jfolke, formerly of this city and
Provo, but now of San Francisco, will
bo interested in tho fact that she is
now nn activo member of one of the
leading clubs of that city, the Papyrus
club. t An attractive picture of Miss
Nolke, as "Kitty Olive" is shown
in a recent issuo of tho San Francisco
Chronicle, she having appeared in an
entertainment in that part.
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ONE of the really important society
events of the coming week is the
concert of Tuesday night which Colonel
Irons is arranging of a socict3- nature
as well as being a musical tront, and
us all tho officers from the post will
be out in full dress it will ho worth
seeing as well as hearing. Tho col
onel is being assisted in his work by
a number of local musicaus.
VNr NEXT Wednesday evening tho
v members of the young ladies'
sodality will bo tho hostossos at a de
lightful social affair in the form of
a card party in Cathedral hall. The
affair will be tho second in a series of
similar social events for the winter sea
son. Tho committee in charge of tho
arrangements aro, besides tho ot'ficors
of tho organization, Miss Margaret
Collins, Miss Julia Stephens, Miss
Josephine .Moonoy, Miss Knthcrino
Owens, Mi sh Margaret Ilarrington and
Miss Clara Meyer.
Among tho leading society women
who have taken tables aro Mrs. Mar
garet B, Salisbury, Mrs. Thomas
Kcarns, Mrs. William McCaskell, Mrs.
J. G Lynch, Mrs. William O'Brien,
Mrs. Edward McGurrin, Mrs. John T.
White, Airs. F. J. Wuscotl, Mrs.
Thomas Mamanc, Mrs. James Ivors,
Mts. A. Fred Wcy, Mrs. Joseph Goo
ghegan, Mrs. W, (i. McComick, Mrs.
J. E. Glcason, Mrs. A. JL S. Bird, Mrs.
C. A. Quigley, Miss G. Cosgriff, Mr3i
M. J. Daily, Mrs. Quinn, Mrs. E. F.
Chamberlain, Mrs. R, Morrison, Mrs.
J. B. Risque, Mrs. C. W. Whitloy, Mr3.
D. A. Gallivan, Miss Kato Halloran,
Mre. W. E. Fifo, Mrs. M. A. Hughes,
and Mrs. J. J. Harvoy.
TUB McCune homo on North Main
street, which is perhaps the most
spacious and best adapted for entor
tuining of any hom0 in tho city, is to
be thrown open this week for two
largo affairs, which promise much in
tho way of pleasure. Mrs. Jacketta
McCuno Green and two friends, Mrs.
Campbell and Miss Denhaltor, will on
tortain at an elaborato dancing party
on Wednesday evening and, on Friday
night, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Naylor will
entertain a party of thoir friends at a
similar affair. Mrs. Naylor is tho eld
est daughter of the McCune family,
and is ono of the popular young ma
trons in the Utah club. Tho McCuno
homo has a very boautiful ballroom on
tho top floor, with a banquet room ad
joining, which makes an ideal place for
just such affairs as are planned for
Colonel and Mrs. Enos A. Wall have
issued cards for tho marriago of their
daughter Alico Agnes to Lioutonant
Nod Merrill Grcon of tho Fiftoonth
United States Infantry. Tho wedding
will bo solemnized on Thursday even
ing, Decomber 10, in 8t. Mark's cathe
dral, tho ceremony being at 8 o'clock.
This will bo followed by a reception
from 8:30 on at tho new homo of the
Wall family, 411 East Kouth Temple
Mrs. Rachol Gaddios announces the
marriago of her daughter, Gladys, to
Leland J. (Pat) Arnold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry E. Arnold of this city. The
marriago took placo in Blackfoot, Ida.,
on Friday, Novoinber 29. The bride
groom is well known in local athletic
circles of tho high school and tho state
Tho marriago of Miss Dorothy Es
tollo Watson nnd Earl Vernon Smith
will tako placo Decomber ID at tho
home of tho bride's parents, 762 East
Sixth South street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hauetor, of
Midway, Utah, announce tho engage
ment of their daughter, Emma, to
Emory M. Hedges, the Vnarriago to take
place in tho near future.
Mrs. Robert Bevcridgo announces tho
marriago of her daughter, Mina, to
Leslie Pickering on Thursday, Decem
bor 5, 1012, tho Rov. Josiah McClain
Invitations have boon issued by Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Aldous for tho mar
riage of their daughter, Martha Joo,
to Dennis J. Murphy, tho wedding to
take place next Thursday at tho Hotel
Senator and Airs, Thomas Kcarns
left yesterday for Indianapolis to be
gone a week or so. Thoir daughter,
MisB Helen Koarns, will reach homo
today from California accompanied by
Miss Bessie Faddis, and tho two sons
will be here later, all to remain over
tho holidays, Thoir parents will return
in time to join them.
Mis. Charles Crane hns roturnod
from Los Banos, Philippine islands,
whore sho Bpont four months visiting
Lieutenant and Mrs. Goorgo H. Hud
dleson and thoir new daughter, Frances
Harmon', who was bom to them July
1 10. Mrs. Crane is nt home for the
j present with Mr. and Mrs. George
Walker, !03 Pi rut avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Qcorgo H. Rnihmau,.
and Mrs. Singisor and little Thaodoro
Rathman who havo boon slaying at tho
Hotol Utah sinco thoy sold thoir homo
hero, left yesterday for Oalifornlu.
Thoy will go direct to Los Angeles
and will spend tho winter visiting
various points of interest noarby.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Samson Harvey
have arivod from Chicago, where thoy
wero married lato in November, and
will bo at homo nftor January 3 in
their own homo at 738 Sixth avenue.
Mr. aud Mrs. Charles D. Rooklidgo
havo moved up from thoir country
place and will shortly bo settled iu tho
Kerr homn at 3101 Harvard avonuc,
Mrs, H. D. Nilos and Miss Niles have
taken back thoir own flat and will be
at homo once more within a few days
in the Ivanhoe apartments.
Mrs. P. R. Ferguson and hor daugh
ter left yesterday at noon for San
Frnncisco after a visit with Mr. and
Mrs.. Russel L. Tracy hero. They will
meet Mr. Ferguson in San Francisco
and will go by water to San Diogo, re
turning later to Los Angeles.
Mrs. Elwood Brown and her two lit
tle ones will reach here on Thursday
and will be guests during thoir stay
in tho city of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roe
at -122 L s'troet.
Mrs. Jcnuie Chcever, formerly 01
Provo, returned Friday afternoon after
spending tho past yenr or more- in the
cast, and is at tho Hotel Utah for a
few days visiting her son, Markham,
who is at tho University club.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dix leavo today
for southern California to romain over
the Christmas holidays, visiting their
Miss Gortrudo Dallas has taken an
apartment at tho Covey, where she is
now at home to her f rionds.
Mrs. Fred Bottsford of Portland. Or.,
is hero visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Nible3r for a few days.
Mrs. A. D. Surliuc and her daughter',
Miss Alta Surline, expect to return
home Thursday after having spent the
past six months on their fruit farm
near Auburn, Cal.
Mrs. Linton Reynolds of Clinton, la.,
and Mrs. Emma P. Booth of Athol. S.
D., ar0 guests for a week of Mr. and
Mrs. A. IT. Pardons. TTjvlP
on route to California n, wjiijSfe.l
tho winter in Pasadena. SWlf
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Iiic-hard$nn flf
moved from the Tvanhou
and arc now in their own ho.nc M'l
Douglas avenue. mn '
Mrs. l J. McGannfy l,s 2fljLtfi
Now Vork and Washington
noss trip of a few weeks, 'Mm
Mrs. Elwood Brown, one 0f th m.''
attrnctivo young matrons of llie'JBk
year or so ago, who has bcon'iaf
for tho pnst fruv ycMHt lS
home by tho middle of th0. nionthMkU
main a few days on her wnv J9p
her parents, Mr. and Mrs Potfftjf
Chicago. Mr. Brown will ioiK?
Brown and hdr twohihlre,, later
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Sherman IcftM '
tcrday for San Fnmeiseo and OilB?
to spend the next few weeks vIKj
their son, Roger, and thpiranKi
Mrs, N. P. Gray. Later they
for Honolulu to spend a nionfb JH
of tho winter weather. M1'
Mrs. William McGrnth ui.,1 Mmf
Grath have returned from ;j'stafMD
some two months in the eat liHIU
visited friends iu Detroit i Jf.
places in Michigan. Mf0
Miss McCarthy h:, C01l)e frou
Angeles and is with her a)iter 1 Uk
Jackliug, at. hor homo ou ?outh To ?
street. . 5
Miss Katherino Page hu?
Holyoke, Mass., to make her hoiVi jiff
hor sister. Mrs. Spencer. wb0'i
Dr. and Mrs. Coburn :ir.- horc 'f 'J
San Francisco and are guests of 'j '-J,
son and daughter, .aptain and " rjT
Harol D. Coburn at Fori I)onlu.- "5i
Mrs. F. G. Morss is- b;u-k from a j !
with her mother and brother in
cago, aud a trip to .Vow York will B
mother. Mr. and Mrs. MorJ3 are. .fpi
homo again with .Mr. ami Mr.
Wotzoll on North State streo' i.j
Mrs. Frank Wells, who has beca' fl
iting Miss Grace Frost and W i
more, has returned to her home in' U
Cammon, Tda. ' 7.
Mr. and Mrs. George Amos und U
small daughter havo go 110 to Xctr Yi iifj
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