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ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NOTES.
Beginning with September 20, Mrs.
George Curtis will receive her friends
Mr .and Mrs. James Groat of Min
nesota visited friends In the city
Thursday on their way to the fair.
Mrs. George Curtis entertained at
an Informal musical on Tuesday after
noon. Twelvo guests wero present.
James A. Pollock entertained at din
ner on Tuesday ovenlng at the Country
club. Covers wero laid for fourteen.
The Misses Bess and Mildred Mc
Mlllen leave about the 2Gth of the
month for Nntlonal Park seminary,
,, where they will attend school for tho
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller and soi.
Gleen and Glen Smytho havo returned
from Europe, and will bo at home to
their friends after October 1 at 79 Ei
Miss Elolso Sadler was tho hostess
of a whist party Thursday evening In
honor of George Scott of Now York
who has been a guest hero for several
weeks. A dozen tables wero filled
Thursday afternoon, at tho Swedish
Lutheran church, took place the mar
riage of Miss Hannah Anderson and
John Wlster Nylund of Park City. The
bride and groom wero attended by
Miss Allna Enell and Andrew John-
The marriage of Miss Hannah Ed
wards and James I. Dean was solem
nized Thursday noon in the Temple.
A large reception was tendered tho
young people at tho homo of the
groom's parents, Bishop and Mrs.
The Misses Lois and Leda Morris
entertained at dinner Thursday In
honor of their brother, who returns to
Annapolis next week. Tho parlors and
library wero profusely decorated with
sunflowers, white nsters and smllax,
being used In tho dining room. Covers
1 wero laid for sixteen.
Mrs. George E. Curtis entertained
informally at luncheon Thursday after
noon in honor of Mrs. Dorsey Ash.
Besides tho guest of honor, covers
were laid for Mrs. C. Stanley rncw,
MIbs McKlmmons, Miss Judith Evans,
Miss Jennie Sands. Following the
' ' luncheon a musical hour was spent.
Mrs. Josoph H. Richards was tho
hostess of a luncheon at tho Commer
a cial club Thursday afternoon, In honor
V of Miss Jean Odell, who leaves shortly
to attend school In Now York. The
table decorations wero of asters In tho
varlgated colors. Tho place cards
wore dainty designs of summer girls.
Covers wore laid for nine.
D. H. Peory was tho host of an elab
orate dinner at tho Country club on
Tuesday ovenlng. Among tho guests
wero Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCornlck,
Senator Nixon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
H. Walker, Miss Kennedy, Mr. and
Mrs. Callahan, Mrs. Harry Trinln,
Miss McGrath, Miss Katherlne Geddes.
J. Ross Clark, Clarence and
Henry McCornlck, and others.
Tho marriage of Miss Rhoda Burt
and Charles A. Grawltz took place
(Thursday evening at tho brldo's homo,
Bishop Whitney officiating. Miss
Thurza Wheeler was the bridesmaid,
and Walter Smith tho best man. Tho
parlor where the ceremony was per
formed, was prettily decorated with
white and green, while pink asters
were combined with smilax In tho din
ing room. Tho brldo wore a gown of
white net with white satin ribbon
trimmings. During tho evening a
stringed orchestra was stationed In
tho hall. Mr. and Mrs. Grawltz havo
gono to California and tho fair for a
WHEN MME. EAMES SINGS.
Just now Mmc. Eames Is over In her
castle of "Vallombrosa," in Italy, en
tortalng tho titled aristocracy. At a
recent function tho great singer had
as guests tho Princess Strozzi, Count
and Countess Canovara, Marchcse
Bourbon del Monte, Princess Flllplppo
Basposl and Mrs. Eames, mother ol
tho hostess, who assisted In receiving
tho noted gathering.
A charming musical program was,
rendered, tho soloists being Arturo
Tlbaldi, violinist; Amhersct Webber,
pianist and others.
Mine. Eames, the hostess, also gave
a number of brilliant songs to tho
great delight of tho distinguished
gathering. Mmc. Eames, assisted by
other noted artists, will bo heard hero
at tho Tabernacle on Friday, October
20. Prof. J. J. McCIcllan has tho mu
sical festival In hand and promises
to give Salt Lakers a rare treat.
Dido had just committed haraklrl In
tho most approved and accurate fash
Ion on top of her blazing funeral p.vro
In tho citadel of Carthage.
Far out at sea, Aeneas saw the
flames and wondered. Tho city seemed
on fire. Long he watched and ear-
nestly. At last, turning with a sigh
to tho helmsman, ho remarked peev
ishly: "I'll lay you a good Jlnjerwayfur that
woman's cutting up her old dldos
And subsequently, when ho met her
in Hades, ho knew ho had been right.
The motto Is: "If you must Joke, tell
Luminous shrimps havo been discov
ered by tho Prince of Monaco In tho
course of his deep sea fishing in tho
Mediterranean. They live at a depth
of 1,100 to 1.G00 fathoms and aro
studded with small phosphorescent
spots, which light their way through
Mio cloomy depths.
AUTUMN MILLINERY OPENING
It is our pleasure to extend you an
invitation to our annual
Fall Millinery Opening
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept,, 18th, 19th and 20th
This season wo havo made our
Millinery Department an oxpoeition
of the most exquisite creations from
New York and Paris, supplemented
by new and beautiful creations from
our ow oikrooms.
Ou. display comprises both un
ique and popular modols, and is so
wide in its varioty as to please every
customer to the last degree.
LAKE! nUll IUcurtain-8 I
Opening of tho Season.
Begin'g Mxt & Night, Sept. 16. I
Itoappcnranco of M
The Salt Lake Opera Co. ,1
In the H
JOLLY MUSKETEERS A
I'.mmn Lucy Gntoi; Kimim lininsay Morris; nnd full chorui. Enforced orchestra. il$l
Popular prices, 23o to $1 00. Mot. 2.1otoS0o. Seat snlobcclns Thurtdny next. tK
LYRIC THEATRE f
Week Starting Saturday, September 16. ll
FAY rTOSTER I
EXTRAVAGANZA COMPANY II
35 - Clever People - 35 9
Including a Chorus of Pretty Girls . M
In the Best Show of the season. S
Nloht Prices'. 25c, 50c, 75c. Matinees Wed. and Sat., all Seats, 25c. H
Salt Lake Theatre. I
GEO. D. PYPER, Manager H
3 NIGHTS AND MATINEE 1 1 I
BEGINNING THURSDAY, SEPT. 1
Charles Frohman presents M
ETHEL BARRYMORE I
in her greatest success H
Dy Thomas Raccwood. H
Prices 25c to $2.00 Sale Tuesday. H
Sample cans gratis. M
L Works like magic. Actually transforms old I M
furniture into new. Renews the finish which I H
has deteriorated on all articles of wood or I H
metal. A child can apply it. I H
For sale by 1 H
BENNETT GLASS Sb PAINT CO. I !f
67 W. First. South St.. J '
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