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i 22 DESERET EVENING NEWS SATURDAY DECEMBER 11 1909
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A large event took place this wock nt
Odeon hall In the ball and reception on
I Wednesday night given by Col anil
Mrs J J Danes and Mr and Mr
Edward Jenkins about SOO Invitations
bonjr issued and tho guests Including
state and municipal officers besldea
many other of Salt Lakes prominent
people The hall was bright with thn
national flags and refreshments served
from the alcoves under the balcony
Another large affair at the Odcon was i
the Sigma Chi party given last night
by the Theta Upsilon and Salt Lake
chapters tho hall being decorated with
the fraternity colors and members of
the two bodies assisting In receiving
and entertaining A delightful time
was enjoyed
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+ Mrs J E Doolcy was hostess on
Thursday at a delightful luncheon nt
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The looms wore decorated hi pink car
nation and present wore Miss DIckeit
I MM George T Badger Mrs Fred A
Early Mrs Frank Anderson Mia Ches
t ter ONeill Mrs George Ames Mm A
J D PloiKon Mrs Wood Mils Kathleen
I Anderson Miss Jessie Bernard and l1B
Alice McDnnald
Mr and Mrs C E Richards cnter
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talnud informally this evening
Mrs F L Oswald entertained at a
i t dinner on Wednesday night In honor
I of Dean and Mrs Colladay and Mr and
Mrs E D Miller
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Mrs C A Shepherd entertained at
luncheon on Wednesday at the Brans
ford the table being effectively decor
ated and covers laid for 24 guests
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Tonight Mr and Mrs C O King
celebrate their sliver wedding anni
versary In a social gathering at which
a number of relatives and Intimate
friends will be present
Mrs H G Vhltney entertained her
sewing club on dnasdny
Mrs David Keith entertained at a
bridge tea on Tuesday the decorations
being in American Beauty roses and
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This comfortable and easily adjusted wrap shows tho new long shoulder
line without seams at tho shoulder or armhole Tho wrap Is of gray moire
silk with embroidered motifs done in two shades of blue over a lattice pattern
of silver threads Touches of deop blue velvet and steel cabochon buttons trim
the wrap artistically The hat Is for afternoon wear and Is of moire with a
dark velvet facing and trimming of the new whirling aigrettes which go all
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the oriental and gold rooms respective
the Alta club two tables being laid In
ly and the decorations being In yellow
with large chrysanthemums and shaded
candelabra Covers wore laid for about
J5 guests
Mrs Wi S McCornick will entertain
at a luncheon at her home Monday In
honor of Mrs 0 J Salisbury
An event of exceptional interest for
the near future will bo the pioneer
ball to be given at Social hall on Dec
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oneer Old fashioned costumes and re
freshments and other details which
have mado these affairs heretofore BO
popular will bo features All those con
nected In any way with tho settling of
the valley in early days are Invited
Mrs Banner X Smith entertained at
bridge on Monday the affair being an
Informal one The decorations were In
American Beauty roses and prizes well
won by Mrs Kirkpatrick and Mrs J
Walcott Thompson Assisting the host
ess were Mrs Walter Stone and Mrs
E O Howard
Tho Slyph Dancing club hold one of
Its delightful dancing parties at the
Ladles Literary club house on Monday
night
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On Wednesday evening Rev E I
Goshen and his bride were guests of
honor at a delightful reception given
I at the Congregational church parlor
by members of the church board and
I others The rooms were beautifully
decorated In palms and flowers and
several hundred guests were presont
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Mrs J D Wardrope and Miss Rachel
Wardropo entertained at a delightful
china shower party on Monday night
t for Miss Florence Wardrope whose
marriage takes place this month tho
rooms being prettily decorated and I
games being a feature of the evening
with prizes awarded to the Misses Jean
Williams Gertrude Llnzle Julia Gllberg
and Birdie Archer
I Mrs Ernest Stenger was hostess at a
luncheon on Wednesday the table be
ing effectively decorated and covers laid
1 for Mrs R C Gommell Mrs E A
I Greenwood Mrs T J Wyche Mrs S
y V Derrah Mrs J M Bowman Mrs
A T Sanford Mrs Raymond Acker
I man Mrs A H Mayne and Miss Kath
leen Anderson
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Miss Elsie Dlckert was guest of honor
on Wednesday at a delightful IConMne
P ton given by Mrs Perclval O Pd yklns
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chrysanthemums and 10 tables played
Assisting the hostess were Mrs Thomas
Weir Mrs J B Cosgrlff and Mrs J E
Dooley
On Tuesday evening a delightful af
fair too place at the post when Dr
and Mrs G P Stallman whose mar
riage took place recently In the cast
entertained at a reception and ball the
post rooms being effectively decorated
and a number of the post people as >
sisting
Mrs J W Currie entertained the
Qulngenta club on Tuesday fiVe tables
being played and prizes being played
and prizes won by Mrs C H Heritage
Mrs C B Rose and Miss Herman
Mrs A L Hoppaugh entertained the
Wednesday afternoon card club this
week
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Mr and Mrs U L Carey entertained
on Tuesday at dinner in honor of Mrs
W E Cameron of Michigan
Mrs Frank Bird entertained the
Crystal club this week
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Mr and MrsW H Dale entertained
on Monday night at a bridge party In
honor of Mr and Mrs E D Miller and
Mr and Mrs J T Wychc who are to
leave the city shortly for trips tho dec
orations and other details being done
In tho Christmas Idea
Thomas B Shannon entertained her
club on Thursday at luncheon and
cards the decorations being In the
Christmas Idea and all details being
In harmony Covers were laid for Mrs
R W Hill Mrs George W Lam
bourne Mrs B M Raymond Mrs
Simon Black Mrs W H Tobias Mrs
William Weyher and Mrs W B VII
liams The next meeting on Thursday
of next wek will bo held with Mrs W
II Tobias
Mrs Charles N Sampson entertained
her card club yesterday
Mrs J M BIdwell has Invitations out
for a bridge and Kensington tea to bo
given Satin day afternoon at her home
In Fifth East street
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Mrs J A Earls entertained members
of the Plate club at her home on Wed
nesday the prize going to Mrs T R
Black
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Mr and Mrs J B CosgrlfT enter
tal nod at dinner on Wednesday for
Miss Miller who left this week for
San Francisco
Miss Elizabeth Gioo and Mr John
Wise were guests of honor at a de
lightful evening party on Thursday
given by Mr and Mrs Thomas Wise
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W F Core was pleasantly surprised
on Tuesday night when a number of
the employes of the department store
gathered unexpectedly at his home and
spent a delightful time with music
games and tunetelling Refresh
ments were served from a table dec
orated In Chinese lilies and assisting
Mrs Core were Mrs W J Lacy Miss
I Fern Brown and Miss Grace Drybread
Mrs Elwood S Brown entertained
her sewing club on Thursday
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The Undine club was entertained on
Thursday night by Miss Augusta
Youngberg
Colonel and Mrs A Wall and fam
ily loft Wednesday for Now York
ANOTHER VELVET WINTER
ome years ngo the smartest carriage and calling costumes wore of the
soft panne and mirror velvets but a brief reign of satins and crepes displaced
tho heavier stuff from favor Now the velvets are back but they are much
softer and more supple than the old kind Tho handsome velvet calling cos
tume usually beasts of a complete frock topped by a wellcut and somewhat
ornamental coat to tho knees Such a suit Is shown here the coat being
trimmed with silver and silk embroidery Such a velvet coat could bo worn
ujKm occasions over the little tea d rcsses and matinee frocks of light
weight wool and silk
whore after spending n few weeks they
will fall for an extended trip abroad
Mrs H Ellis of Michigan la here I
spending a few days with her cousin
Mrs H P HemlerHon on her way to
California to spend tho remainder of I
tho winter >
Mr and Mrs Adolph m Alf have taken
the Dlckert apartment at tho Drafts
ford where they will he at homo to
their lends after December 16
Mr and Mrs George McLaughlin and
son of Rochester N Y expect to visit
Mrs McLailghllns mother Mrs M A
Walden early In the spring
Miss Bella Blylho hay returned to her
homo In Evanston Wyo after spend
ing the past three months hero with her
Mater Mrs J T Keith
Mrs M a Whitney will probably
spend the holidays with her sister Mrs
Walllck of Provo
Mrs A S Bower and son will leave
early in tho new year for a visit to
southern California
Miss Kathleen Anderson of Santa
Cruz Is the guest of her sister Mrs
Robert C Gcmmell at tho Bransford
Captain Garrison McCaskell returned
this week to Fort Douglas to Join his
regiment after a six months leave of
absence
Rcglrfald Dowdall is in the city to
spend the holidays with his parents
Judge and Irs J R McDowdall No
636 First avenue
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Miss Margaret Dunn and Miss Mar
garet Walker who are attending Miss
Bennetts school In New York will be
homo next week to spend the holidays
with their parents
Harold Fabian will come from Har
vard law school to spend the holidays
with his parent Mr and Mrs F J
Fabian
Judge and Mrs A N Cherry of Del
ta Colo arc In the city to spend the
winter with their daughter Mrs Percy
Browne
Mr and Mrs Arthur Smith and chll
dian are now at home to their friends
at 777 First avenue
Mr and Mrs Edward Sprout of New
York arc expected hero the llrst of
the month for a short stay
Mr and Mia L H Farnsworth and
family will move tho last of this week
to theIr new home at First South and
Twelfth East streets
Mr W A Johnson leaves this week
for tho home of her motner Mrs War
ren In Wnbuslta Nev
Miss Mildred Tibbals who IH teach
ing in Knox college will spend the
holidays with her brother Howard
Tlbbalfl who IB In his senior year at
Oberlin college
Mr and Mrs Charles Lawrence and
Children are now located In their new
home at 310 Eleventh East stret
Mr and Mrs A E Hutchlnson are
homo from a short stay in San Fran
cisco
Miss labia Bothwoll who Is In her
Junior year at Stanford university will
bo home for tho holidays
Mr and Mrs McBrown of Saratoga
Kan spent Monday here tho guests of
Judge and Mrs J M Bowman
Dr and Mrs T C Gibson arc now at
homo to their friends for the winter
at the Keith apartments
Mrs James Shllldc who has spent
the past three months In Anaconda
Mont with her daughter has returned i
here and is at homo nt the Swallow
apartments
Mrs Fred Hanson is visiting In the
city where she will Hpond the holi
days with her father Joseph Llppman
Mrs S C Snyder will leave today
for Portland Or where she will spend
tho holidays with her parents
Mrs W H DIckson who has spent
tho past two months with relatives In
St Louis returns next week and will
make hor home for tho remainder of the
winter with her daughter Mrs R G
Schuldcr
Dr and Mrs A J Hosmer and son
will leavo the middle of next week for
Michigan where they will spend Christ
mas with Dr Hosmors mother They
expect to return the first of the month
Mrs William McCoskell and Mrs
Sarah Boggs have gone to San Fran
cesco from whore they will fall for
Honolulu where they will remain for
several months
oIl and Mm Hairy B Windsor will
not return before lute in the spring
They will spend the winter In the east
and aro now visiting III New Jersey
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Miss Miller who has spent the last
two weeks here as the guest of Mr
and Mrc W E Fife left Thursday for
San Francisco
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Mrs ITonkle has returned to hem homo
In Chicago 111 after spending tho past
month hero with her parents Judge and
Mrs C S Zane
Air and Mrs H C Edwards and son
will leno Sunday for the cast to re
main until after the holidays
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Mrs Alma Katz of Portland Or
will arlrve here noon after the new
your to visit her sister Bliss Shear
man
Mrs M E LSpman and two children
will leave the last of this month for
the rust where they will spend two
months Mr Lipman will join them
the latter part of January
Mrs W G Robson and family are
now located In their new home at 31S
University avenue
Mr nail Mrs Don Porter loft Thurs
day for Stockton Cal where they ex
pect to live Mn Porter having taken
the lease of a large hotel at that place
Mr and 1 Mrs Porter will upend Christ
mas with their daughter Mrs Charles
S Mann In Los Angeles
Little Lou Ullnc daughter of Capt
and Mrs Willis Ullno of Fort Douglas
left Tuesday with friend on route from
California for Leavenworth Kan
where she will spend the winter with
her grandparent Mr and Mrs O B
Taylor
Mr and Mrs John Kempf Jr left
this week for New York where they
will make their home
Mrs Bather Freed Filer and little
daughter who have lately returned
from a visit In Los Angeles aro at
home at the Bransford
Mrs A S Bower and small son ac
companied by Mrs T C Gibson will
leave soon after Christmas to upend six
weeks In Los Angeles and at the
beaches
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Among the marriages sot for next
wok will be that of Mind Elizabeth
Groo and John Wise to be solemnized
on Thursday at St Marks cathedral
The ceremony will bo performed at
high noon by Dean Colladay tho bride
to be attended by MIRE Preulo Clark
and the groom by Thomas Wise Mr
Jay Groo and Otto Peters will not at
ushers
Mr and Mrs W A Miles have an
nounced the engagement of their
daughter Hattie J to Homer P Ed
wards
An announcement of Interest to Utah
people was that made recently in the
Army and Navy Journal of the engage
ment of Miss Amanda Holmgren of
Logan and Lieutenant Eugene Santchl
of Fort Douglas the marriage being
set for some time In February
A surprise to the majority of their
friends was the announcement of tho
marriage of Miss Marge Miller daugh
ter of Mrs Rachel S Miller of this
city and George W Hclntz the core
mon > being performed quietly on Tues
day morning at the brides home and
the couplo leaving Immediately for an
eastern trip They will return later
to make their home In Salt Lake
Miss Elizabeth Ward and Thomas
W Bowen were married on Wednesday
at the home of Mr and Mrs C E
Post Rev W A Paden performing
the ceremony In the presence of the
near relatives and friends Tho brldo
has been connected with tho free pub
lic library horn and has many warm
friends Mr and Mrs Bowen will make
their homo at Pioche
Miss Lillian Caldor daughter of Mr
and Mrs D G Caldor of Provo and
Lawrence Salisbury were married on
Wednesday and In the evening a re
ception was held at the homo of
Mrs Matt Henry Walker the brides
cousin tho guests numbering about
60 with several relatives and frlonds
from Provo being present Mr and
Mrs Salisbury will reside In Provo
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City Councilman J B Dana Is taking
a much needed rest In California where
ho intends spending tho next few weeks
Before returning home he will visit
southern Arizona
Tho Historical society held a meet
ing at the home of Mrs Condon 2116
Madison avenue on Saturday after
noon last Rev J E Carver gave one
of his Intellectual talks to members
from all clubs In tho city and all ladles
Interested In club work Thero wad a
largo attendance and the afternoon
program was enjoyed by all
Mr and Mrs Robert Lewis enter
tained a few of their friends at dinner
Thursday In honor of Miss Margaret
Lewis niece of Mm Lewis who was
visiting at their home 647 Twenty
third street Sixteen covers were laid
In the tastefully decorated din I n11 0 111
whore chrysanthemums abounded
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Tho Indies of tho Congregational
church will hold a Christmas bazar on
the 17th and ISth of this month
The ladles of tho Homo Missionary
society of the First M E church mot
with Mrs Frank Peterson Thursday
afternoon Mrs Crane of SuIt Lake
gave a very Interesting talk on the
Hawaiian Islands Mrs Newton and
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A dally necessity for tho ladles toilet
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growth of hair which all ladles should
q i sn cuard uctunst when selecting a toilet pre
TsTu paration When dancing bowling or oth
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greasy appearance
w YG2a Gourauds Oriental Cream lias been
hIghly recommended by physIcian act
resses singers and women of fashion for
T = over half a century and cannot be suv
eased when preparing far dally or even
ing attire
Gourauds Oriental Cream cures SUn
Diseases and relieves Sunburn Removes Tan Pimples Blackheads Mot j
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a delicately clear nnd refined complexion which every woman desires
No 11 For sale by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
Ferd T Hopkins Prop 37 Great Jones Street New York
Mrs Peterson read excellent papers
on Alaska after which refreshments
were nerved
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Miss May Olive Shcedy of Los An
geles Cal IH a guest of Mls Thomux
Fitzgerald aid MIsB Fitzgerald at their
homo on Adams avenue
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Tho Council Crest club mot with Miss
Nettle Freeman at her home 238 Twen
tysecond Hticct In honor of hOI guests
Miss Inez Bult and Dot McMillan of
SuIt Lake City A very pleasant eve
ning was spent in music tho perform
ers being tho guests who mire pro
ficient at tho piano and vocal music
At 1030 the party adjourned to tho
dlnlngroom where a typical Dutch
lunch awaited them which Dad greatly
enjoyed Misses Bult and McMillan
will return to Salt Lake Sunday after
having spent a pleasant week In Ogden
On Thursday Cynthia Esther Pin
gre0 daughter of Mr and Mrs JHIIICM
Plngreo was married to Ezra Taft Bcn
Ion lute ceremony being performed at
tho Salt Lako Temple A large recep
tion was tendered tho young couple at
tho palatial home of Mr PIngrce on
Jefferson avenue In the evening fully
200 guests being In attendance Many
beautiful presents of cut glass and
silverware were received Mr and Mrs
Benson wll Imakc their home in Ogden
Gus Scnidder Is in Ogden visiting his
friends and relatives after an absence
of over two years In Minneapolis
where ho is connected with tho Sim
mons Hardware company
MM Thomas F Rowlands wife of
Asst Supt Rowlands of tho Salt Lake
division of the Southern Paclllc Is In
Ogden where she will remain until after
the holidays Mrs Rowlands will move
to Ogden some time in January and
will bo accompanied by her daughter
who Is attending school In Reno at
present
Following the concert at tho Ogden
tabernacle by Miss Flora Wilson
daughter of tho secretary of agricul
ture on Saturday night last a recep
tion was held In her honor at the homo
of Mr and Mrs Davis Ecclca 2580 Jef
ferson avenue About 60 persons were
present and enjoyed a beautiful eve
ning Miss Wilson rendered a number
of solos Including a number of Scotch
ballads Refreshments were served
The marriage of Miss Marlon Hig
glnbotlLvm of Ogden to Mr Acy Hawkes
of Roxburg Idaho took place Wednes
day Nov 21 1W9 In tho Salt Lako
Temple
Miss Ellen Baker whoso marriage to
Mr Henry S Schnell of Milwaukee
Wls tell Hake place tho latter part
of tho month will leave Doc 14 for a
10 day visit with relatives In Kan
City St Joseph and St Louis v i
uncle Prof P B S Peters of K vi
City will accompany Mlas Baker
Chicago where the marriage will t
place
PROVO
The Nineteenth Century clu i
Friday afternoon at the homo ot MI
Sam Schwab 11r8E A Thorn tii
presented a brilliant paper onFlor
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once Cradlo of the Renaissance in
Italian Art The remainder of UK t
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afternoon was devoted to social cul
ture Tho next meeting will be held In
the lecture room of the public library I
on Dec 17 Miss Blnzell will talk up
on Some Vital Phases of the Educi y
tlonul Process Mothers and teach 1
ers arc specially Invited I
rile Utah Scrolls met WcdiiPhday
afternoon In their regular meeting at
the public library An excollent paper
on English Historical Plays was
given by burs Flo Specknrt who also
reviewed King John Mrs 15 T
Jones was admitted UJI a member of
thin club Next Wednesday being
presidents day all members will be
entertained at the homo of their presi
dent Mrs Jacob Evans
Miss Emma Dougall of Springvill
was the guest of Miss Bessie Hatlleld
Thursday k
Miss Lucilc Paul daughter of Prof
J H Paul of Salt Lako City spent a
few days thin week in Provo tho guest
of Mrs Margaret C Moms
The Agenda club met Tuesday eve
ning at the homo of Miss Rhea Curr
for the purpose of electing ofllccrs for
the coming yearlho following were
chosen Miss Llxzlo Wood president
MISH Susie Jacobson vice president
Miss Addle Stewart business manag
er Miss Rhea Curr secretary Miss
Bertha Gadd assistant business man
ager Tho retiring olllccis were given
a vote of thanks for their elllcliiit
services
On Wednesday evening a number of
young ladles mot at the hpmo of Miss
Ora Hampshire for the purpose of or
ganizing a club The organization was
given the name of the Mayllower and
the following ofllccis wore elected
President Miss Fawn Jones vice pres
Ident Ora Hampshire Secretary Miss
May Hoover and treasurer Miss
Amenda Alhandcr The hostess serv
ed a dainty lunch after which the
club adjourned to met next week with
Miss Reta Eggertsen
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The Provo Lodge No 11 of the I 0
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sary Thursday evening at their hall
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Cuff buttons Collar pins Signet Rings Shirt studs Earrings Opera glasses neck chains Watch chains Solid Gold and Gold JJ
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