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1 IN THE SOCIAL REALM.
X Tho first of tho series of Shake-
H spearean lecture recitals for the ben-
H eflt of the Infants' home on I street
W was given Monday evening beforo an
V audience of about two hundred per-
' sons. Tho home of Judge and Mrs. O.
W. Powers, In Poppcrton, "Lingor-
m longer," was thrown open and the
K guests were received by Mrs. C. C.
Kj Goodwin, Mrs. V. Mont Ferry, Mrs. C.
j H. McMahon and Mrs. Ellsworth Dag-
B gctt. Professor Edgar C. Abbott was
(, H tho speaker of tho evening, and his
V subject was Othello.
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ma Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Keycs en-
B tortalned at dinner Sunday evening
complimentary to Miss Violet Neill.
" Sf Tho decorations wcro in red and whito
W and tho guests to meet Miss Nell wcro
' Ci Captain Madden of Fort Douglas, Cap-
H tain and Mrs. S. V. Hamm, Miss Sarah
I H Alexander and Ashby Cleveland.
I m Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon L. Butler will
t"M leave tho early part of Juno for Mexico
Mi to spend tho summer. They will re-
x Vj turn to Salt Lake in September.
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t- W Mrs. Frederick U. Leonard enter-
Kjj4 H tained a few of her girl friends Mon-
Bik B day afternoon in compliment to Miss
SrcS Gertrudo Mayor. Tho affair was both
lff,B a cup and saucer shower to tho guest
pra(B of honor and a card party. Slxty-
fVtB three was enjoyed and a prize won by
H-""H Mlss Edytho Halo. Tho other guests
, "n B vero Miss Helen Buckingham, Miss
'. VH Clolla McCrcady, Miss Phoebo Hardin,
: ' Miss Allco Fisher, Miss Juno Bintz,
,'B Miss Florence Grant, Miss Bea O'Con-
$&$ nor, Miss Louiso English, Miss Helen
HgyflJ Burton, Mrs. Elliott Kimball and Mrs.
HfliB Gcorgo White.
WB Mrs. H. L. Miller entertained at
'imiMM bridge on Wednesday and Thursday
Hlf9 Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Ferry gave
ftli'lB a dinner Monday evening In honor of
'ML 9 Mr- an(1 Mrs- Walter Brooks of Detroit.
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KrML-''W Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brooks of Do-
Ijl troit aro spending a few days with tho
t Ferry families on their way homo from
' tho coast. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks aro
f on their wedding trip.
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' Miss Miriam Nolko of Provo Is in
' tho city for a few days.
Mrs. David S. Murray entertained
informally at bridgo Monday after-
, , noon.
Mrs. William Ames, formerly of
bait Lako City, but for some years
a resident of Beaverhead county,
Mont, is in tho city visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. John W. Hughes, and other
relatives and friends.
Miss Inez Cummlngs of Portland,
Oregon, is expected in tho city on her
way homo from Illinois to visit her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Wetzell. Miss Cummlngs is ono of tho
tennis champions of tho northwest.
Mrs. H. C. Edwards loft Monday
evening for a visit to her father in
Mrs. Sam Schwab of Provo was tho
guest of Mrs. E. A. Wedgwood tlio
early part of this week.
Miss Clara E. Cluff returned Mon
day from a few days' visit with rela
tives in Provo.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Henderson gave
a dinner Sunday evening in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Henderson of Og
den, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Buck and Mrs.
H. L. Henderson of Detroit, Michigan.
Mrs. G. C. Verbryck and her son,
Garrison, will leave tho first of next
week for tho Rob Roy ranch to spend
tho summer with Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Mrs. W. W. Cheely of Butto spent
Monday In tho city visiting Salt Lake
Judgo and Mrs. O. W. Powers havo
gono to California for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gorham havo
gono to spend tho next two months in
Mrs. J. A. KimbalirMrs. R. C. Wood
ruff and Dr. and Mrs. Charles G. Plum
mor will leave some tlmo in June for
Miss Gratia Flanders and Miss Os
torman will loavo for tho coast early
Mrs. M. A. Barrett and Miss Cas
sady of Logan aro visiting in tho city.
J. W. Sullivan has gono to Colum
bus, Ohio, for a visit with his brother.
The pupils of room nine at tho Ham
ilton school gavo a luncheon Tuesday
at tho school In compliment to the pu
pils of room ten, who will enter tho
high school in tho autumn.
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I 'in $5.00 and $3.00 PlSW
i grades that repre- SmMjIS
I sent style and wear. 1W;JB!!
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Tel. 193. 166 Main Street.
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The pupils In tlio upper grades at
tho Riverside school gavo a banquet
Monday afternoon to surprise their
teachers. Tho affair was managed en
tirely by the children, and tho folow
ing named teachers were entertained:
Miss Iono Carroll, Miss Leah Martin,
Miss Augusta Hunt, Miss Eleanor Mc
Master and Miss Nellie Sutton.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Alff of this
city Tuesday received a cablegram
from KImborloy, South Africa, to tho
effect that Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hen
rotin, baby and nurso will reach Lon
don Juno 1G. After passing a few days
there they will sail for New York.
Mrs. Henrotin will visit for a couple
of weeks in Chicago, then on to Salt
Lako, whero they will spend tho re
mainder of tho summer. Mrs. Hen
rotin was formerly Miss Irma Alff of
this city, but has spent tho past threo
years at Kimborloy, South Africa,
whero Mr. Henrotin is extensively interested.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Koyes en
tertained at dinner Tuesday evening
at tho Alta club. Tho guests wcro Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph C. Gallagher, Mr. and
Mrs. u C. Miller.
Mrs. Victor Clement and her two
nieces, Miss Curtis and Miss Ivy Cur
tis of San Francisco, arrived from tho
east on Monday and aro guests at tho
homo of Mrs. M. S. Woodward for a
Captain and Mrs. Vincent Ham of
Fort Douglas entertained at bridgo on
Miss Elizabeth Nilos is expected
homo from Wollesley about Juno 24;
after visiting friends and relatives in
Now York and Philadelphia. Miss
Nilos has just completed her llrst year
Mrs. Georgo Cushing entertained tlio
members of her sewing club Wednes
Mrs. D. A. Shores entertained at
dinner on Monday evening In honor
of Mrs. E. G. Joy and Mrs. E. W. Wil
son. The table decorations woro Am
erican beauties, covers being laid for
Cards have been received for tho
wedding of Miss Elizabeth Barnett
and C. II. Carson of this city. Juno 7
is the date set for tho marriage. Tho
brldo and groom will make their home
in southern Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo UtTZlZ ft
lo Idaho, aro visiting Mrs It
mother, Mrs. Reach, at Tho fil, "ls fl
st d"s- 'B
Mrs. C. E. Richards will ,,,. ,i I
Juno 10 for Colorado sj, I
she will visit her parcn " n-
Mrs. Homo, for tho bummc r mohs"11 1
C. L. Joy of American Fork has w B
tho guest of his sister, Mrs V w wf 1
son, for tho past week. "'I' B
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Miss Arvilla Surman of l'oCntoii I
Idaho, has returned to her homo nf ' ' I
a visit with friends in this city t0r I
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Mr. and Mrs. Fitch of MlnnPnii 1
aro the guests of Mrs. Fit.l ," 8 I
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. McMaste" f
fow weeks. r a J
Mrs. William Gray, who mr , a1i
month has been tho guest 0f Zl
mother, Mrs. A. P. Sinclair, has rl
turned to St. Anthony. "
Miss Riddlo of Tho Halls was tho
hostess on Monday evening at a din '
ner in honor of Mrs. E. w. Wilson ami
Miss Elizabeth Barnett and m!
Knudson, two of tho Juno brides. Pink ,
carnations and plumosa formed the !
table decorations. Covers were laid
for sixteen. Tho guests were the i
teachers of tho Emerson school
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wallace hao
returned from a visit with friends on
Miss Margaret Harris entertained a
fow of her friends Tuesday evening at
dinner, followed by an informal musi
Tho ladies of St. Paul's Guild were
entertained at a luncheon Thursday i
at St. Paul's rectory. 1
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Tho Ladles' Aid society of the First I
Baptist church gavo an Informal reccp- I
tlon Wednesday afternoon at tlio home I
of Mrs. Berkley, 188 II street, in lion- I
or of Mrs. A. J. Orem of Boston. 1
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creatl? rsduoed rates. Low
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Trarel now while M
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years of careful . . 1 I jj
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customer the benefit - n (SiXJ O
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