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IN j 7; 4"- TRUTH,
I' IN THE SOCIAL REALM.
Miss Annie Raymond of Logan Is a
guest of Miss Virginia Bush.
Leroy A. Palmer, who spent the
holidays in tho city has returned to
Mrs. Ida S. Dusonborry is a guest
at tho Boattlo homo on West Tomplo
Tho Woman's club will meet next
Tuesday nt the homo of Mrs. H. V.
Mrs. W. W. Armstrong entertained
tho members of tho 600 Card club
Miss Alice Reynolds and Miss VI
lato Elliott of Provo are visiting
friends in the city.
Judge and Mrs. Ellas A. Smith loft
Thursday morning for an eastern vis
it of somo length.
Dr. J. O. Edio of Grand Rapids Is In
tho city, tho guest of his daughter,
Mrs. Edward S. Forry.
Tho Third Street Card club will
meet next Thurseday with Mrs.
Georgo Putnam on S street.
Dr. A. D. Molvln is homo from
Boiso, whoro ho went to bo a guest
of tho governor at tho inauguration.
Miss Blanche Strlckloy is in Bing
ham visiting her brother and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. William Strlckloy.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Miller and their
little daughter have gono for a visit
with relatives in San Francisco.
Mrs. M. S. Lacy of Colorado Springs
will bo In tho city next Monday to
visit her sister, Mrs. C. E. Richards.
Mr. and Mrs. William Iglchcart en
tertained at a dlnnor for Dr. and Mrs.
Klehl of Bingham Junction Monday
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Jennings en
tertained at dlnnor Tuesday evening
in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Ira H. Lewis Is still in Chi
cago with her -mother, but will leave
shortly for Now Yorlc to enjoy tho
grand opera season.
Mrs. D. H. Twomoy has returned
from Chisago whither sho wns called
to tho sad duty of attonding the fu
neral of hor sister.
Invitations wero Issued a fow days
ago for tho reception to bo given next
Tuesday by tho Women's Republican
club at tho Konyon Jiotol.
Tho city teachers gave a dance
Tuesday ovening In tho museum
building of tho Stato university In
honor of tho visiting teachers attend
ing tho Stato Teachers' association.
Miss Virginia Rober, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Rebor, celebrated
her first birthday Monday evening as
guest of honor at a dinner at hor homo
In tho Kolth apartments.
Tho Cleofan met Tuosday with Mrs.
H. L. A. Culmer at 27 C streot. Mrs.
William Bootho read a paper on tho
"Hundred Years' War," and Mrs.
Frank Roberts gave a sketch of Joan
Senator and Mrs. Thomas Kearns
1 -!'! il entertained at dinner Tuosday even-
! f Y ' ? lng, covers being laid for twelve The
B ' Jl j gueBts wero Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mc-
tfiwl!l . Millan, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dooly,
ft? T- f Dr and Mrs- w- A- McBnery, Mr. and
' V ft Mrs. W. W. Armstrong anj Mr. and
I , Mrs. I P- Cflsgrlff,
Tho girls of tho P. I. X. society
gavo a Buster Brown party Monday
evening at the homo of Miss Pearl
Wellor. Tho guests wero dressed In
Buster Brown suits nnd the games
wero on that order.
Tho tourist section of tho Ladies'
Literary club mot Tuesday morning at
tho club house. Mrs. S. F. Fcnton
read a paper on "Tho Manners and
Customs of Japan, and the Status of
Women In tho Island Empire."
Miss Ada Lyman entertained about
thirty of her young college friends at
an ovening party Monday at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Lyman.
Games wero played and prizes award
ed to Miss Amy Adams and Clifton
Judge and Mrs. W. H. King enter
tninou at dinner on Monday ovening.
Tho guests wero Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
M. Hanson, Mrs. Olson, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Cluff, Miss Ethel Olson, Miss
Josoplilno King, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Olsen, Bert Olson and Emmett Olson.
Mrs. W. A. Wetzoll Is homo from
Portland, Ore., whoro sho spent tho
pnst two weeks. While there Mrs.
Wotzoll sang tho soprano solo in tho
"Messiah" at tho Christmas celebra
tion, and also took part In the ora
torio, "Tho Coming of tho King,"
which was presented by a chorus of
Tho bal masquo at Fort Douglas on
Monday evening was of course a spec
tacular and at tho samo time a pleas
ing function. Tho ball room was dec
orated with military trappings. A
buffet supper was served. The hos
tesses woro Mrs. Sturgls, Mrs. Wood
ward and Mrs. Jamorson, wives of the
gallnnt officers. Tho costumes woro
striking and tho scene was one of
bonuty and animation.
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A reception was given Monday in
honor of tho authoress, Mrs. R. Anna
Gorman, by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. An
derson. Mrs. W. D. Rlshol assisted in
receiving and Misses Twomey and
Radcllffo poured coffco and served
light refreshments. A largo number
of friends called between tho hours of
4 nnd C. In tho ovening a number or
musicians favored tho company with
vocal and Instrumental selections, and
Mrs. German gavo a talk on some now
phases of tho advanced thought.
Miss Frances .T. Wilson, daughter of
Mrs. S. J. Wilson, and Daniel J. Gal
livan of Park City, wero married on
Wednesday ovening. The ceremony
took place nt G o'clock at tho home
of tho bride's mother and was wit
nessed by only tho relatives. The
sorvico of tho Roman Catholic church
was read by Father Galllgan of Park
City, tho brldo being attended by Miss
Bcsslo Faddls, with Charles Driscoll
acting as best man. Following the
service supper wns served. Tho bride
woro a gown of whito chiffon cloth
over taffeta and carried bride's roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Gallivan will make their
homo in this city.
In honor of Mrs. Acklund Hood of
Australia and Mrs. Warwick Winston
of Shanghai a Now Year function was
given on Monday by Mrs. John A. Mar
shall and Miss Klrkpatrick" at tho
homo of tho former. Tho house was
decorated in a seasonable and elegant
manner. Tho proceedings began at 6
o'clock as a reception and terminated
towards midnight in a delightfully in
formal dance. Receptions, por force,
are stiff, and to many aro more a mat
ter of social duty than enjoyment,
but tho delightful hours of this func
tion which followed tho formalities
moro than compensated. Supper was
served in buffet stylo. As could not
bo otherwise with such hostesses the
affair was one of the most tasteful and
enjoyable of this gay season,
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The Commercial club kept open
house Monday, as Is its custom on
Now Year's day, and from 12 noon till
12 midnight tho parlors were well
filled with tho members and their
Lynn Kemper of Omaha, who has
been visiting tho Buckingham family
for tho holidays, and who has been
announced as tho fiance of Miss Dar
leno Buckingham, left Tuesday for
Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott Crismon have
arrived in this city from San Fran
cisco and will make their homo hero.
They are at present with Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. W. Riter.
Miss Elizabeth Cosgciff entertained
a few friends at dinner at tho Kenyon
Tuesday evening in -honor of Miss
Laura Sherman, who is about to leave
for Los Angeles.
James and Walker Salisbury left
Tuesday for the east, after spending
tho vacation at home. Blaine Salis
bury will leave to re-enter college to
day. & tS
Tho Shakesepare section of the La
dles' Literary club met at the club
house Wedonsday morning and began
tho study of "Much Ado About Noth
ing." JX &
Mrs. Frederick Earls of Denver is
in tho city, with her little daughter,
visiting friends. Mrs. Earls was for
merly Miss Winnie Wclby.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lynn nnd two
daughters, Jennie and Winnie, will
leavo shortly for a six months' tour
Miss Mildred Ott gavo an Informal
luncheon Wednesday in honor of El
mer Cassin of Ogden, who Is visiting
in tho city.
Tho music section of tho Ladles'
Literary club met Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. O. R. Ostler Is homo from Se
attle, where she wont to attend the
marriage of her son, Lieutenant Mar
getts. Mrs. Ira O. Rhoades, who is with
Miss Winnlo Rhoades in Now York,
will bo homo about tho middle of tho
Mrs. Frank C. Kelsey entertained
a few fi lends at a luncheon on Friday.
Mrs. Prlscilla Jennings entcrfMn
at tea Thursday afternoon at he??'
on B and Second streets. Il0nit
Miss Julia Cullen onteitulnM
fMondayher yU"g frlmlR at ""S
Mrs. Theo. W. Whlteloy entertain...
at dinner New Year's ovening it V
Commercial club. Covers were hu
for six. ",(l
Mr. and Mrs George Hanson have
returned to Ogden after spending -ill
holidays with friends in tho citv '
Walter G. Tuttlo will leave soon for
Grand Rapids, where ho will join
Tuttlo and Captain and Mrs L K
Bishop for a year's sojourn in Europe
Mrs. A. M. Barry has gone to spend
tho remainder of tho winter In Lo,
Mrs. William Igleheart entertained
tho young girls of her Sunday school
class at an afternoon affair Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bayly jr
will leavo next week for Los Angeles
to spend a month before golns
Try Shepard Co. on collections.
Warren Foster sells Insurance, not
law suits. Commercial Block.
McGurrin & Co., investment bankers
Yielding bIx per cent, compounded
twice a year, make an Ideal Invest
ment. They can be procured from
Salt Lake City. Tho investor holds
Eels Resist Desiccation.
Tho so-called eels In vinegar hate
an extraordinary power of resisting
desiccation, and tho eggs have been
kept alive in a, dry state for fourteen
Soon to be Older.
After other amusing replies to his
questions, an examining physician
connected witfi a big life insurance
company relates that of a son of Erin
who, when asked his age, declared
that ho was thirty-three years old, and
ndded: "But in two months I will be
n year older!"
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