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I 6 TRUTH.
I IN THE SOCIAL REALM
I' Tho german at the University club
Wednesday evening was attended by
I. tho greater number of tho members
If of tho club and their friends as spec
I tators, and tho cotillion was danced
I ,by thirty couplesi among tho younger
I ; dancing set.
Tho cotillion was led by Joseph H.
' Calno with Miss Kathorlno Williams.
Hi Tho sets danced Included many fancy
I 'and lntrlcato figures. The dining
H room and reception room woro hung
Hj with tho pennants of all tho colleges
H represented, and at tho north end
H near tho stand for the musicians two
Hi favor tables wero arranged, which
H wero presided over by Mrs. Joseph
H E. Calno, Mrs. Charles Post, Mrs. W.
HJ Montaguo Forry and Mrs. Jay Tarvln
Hj' Harris. Soven sets of favors were
distributed, most of them having
HJ been made by Miss Allcen Maclean,
HJ, Miss Eloiso Sadler and Miss Margo
HJ, Miller. Red and Black predominated
HJ vln tho favors, ribbons of thoso two
HJk colors tying canes, otc.
HJ" Dancing began at 'J o'clock, and tho
Hr seven favor figures wero Interspersed
H "with twelvo fancy Hgures without
HJf favors. Following theso a few of the
HJj members and guests enjoyed lnfor-
HJr mal dancing for a short time.
Hi Mrs. O. W. Powers was tho hostess
HE' at a' bridge tea at Llngerlonger, at
H which about thirty of her friends
H Tero entertained. Prizes wero award-
H ed to Mrs. Elizabeth Bolden and Mrs.
H O. B. Pfoutz. Tho hostess was asi
H sisted in serving at tho tea which fol-
H loWed tho game by Miss Alice Goodt
H win, Miss Winnlo Ilhoades of San
M Francisco and Miss Loulso Sullivan.
H & &
H Bcals C. Wright of Boston, tho
M champion tennis player of tho Unlted
States, will bo in tho city early in
HI tho month and will bo tho "guest dur-
HI ing hla stay of .Captain Frank D. Ely
HJ at Fort Douglas.
B Cards aro out for the first of tho
M formal hop8 at Fort Douglas, tho datb
HJ set being Friday evening, Dec. 8.
H Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kiser will
HJ shortly be In. their now homo on Thlr-
H teenth East street. They will leavo
HJ before Christmas to spend tho holl-
H days with Mr. Riser's family In Dav-
HJ enport, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Adams are now
M at homo at 217 Fifth East street.
M Tho East Sldo Flvo Hundred club
H mot with Mrs. Orson Howard on Frl-
H day afternoon.
H Miss Clara I. Colburne of Rowlana
H Hall entertained at a Thanksgiving
HI dinner at tho hall, at which covers
H wero laid for sixty. Besides tho peo-
Hl plo of tho hall, tho guests wero Dr.
HI and Mrs. T. B. Beatty, Mr. and Mrs.
HI William C. Jennings, Miss Gratia
H Flanders, Miss Anna Ostcrberg and
HI Miss Virginia Beatty.
H Mr. and Mrs, Matthew Cullcn have
HH returned from tho cast'. Mrs. Cullcn
HH was Mrs. Nellie Rasche, and they
H wero married In Chicago. They aro
HH at homo at 941 East Firth .South
HH Mrs. J. S. Noblo Is in Tucson, Ariz.,
HH' ' with her son, Lincoln Green Wonner,
M whore she has gono for tho health of
H tho boy.
H Mrs. P. J. Quealy of Kemmoror,
H Wyo., Is In town for a short visit with
A crusade has been started against
H tho professional gamblers. As yet
H tho .movement has not struck tho high
H places but from what ono hears there
is room for vast improvement in tho
management of certain clubs where
gambling Is securing a firm foothold.
At somo parties, too, tho women do
not play brldgo for nothing, but for
high stakes and thoso who have read
''Iho House of Mirth" can quite eas
ily And a counterpart of its heroine
in tho "high" circles of Salt Lako so
ciety. Mrs. 1 D. Bickford will sail for
homo from Franco either Christmas
day or early in tho next year.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris aro now
settled in their new apartments at 40
Mrs. R. F. Hayward left Saturday
morning for Mexico to join Mr. Hay
ward. Sho was tho guests of Dr. and
Mrs. D. Moore Lindsay.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard II. Lawson
aic In Chicago for a short trip.
Mrs. Gustavo Luolwitz will bo In
the city early in December to spend
tho holiday season with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McMillan.
Miss Li.both M. Qualtrough left
Thursday, morning for Sallna, In Se
vier county, to conduct some Insti
Mrs. Ralph E. Hoag of Ogdon is in
Mrs. C. Otienhelnier left Wednes
day evening for Logan to spend a
week with Mr. Ottenhelmer.
Mrs. B. F. Caffey entertained Sat
urday evening for her niece, Miss
Grace Barco of Crystal River, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis aro hero
from Butto and will probably remain
over tho holiday season.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Windsor enter
tained nt a dinner Thursday evening
for sixteen friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grant wero
tho guests of honor at a largo mili
tary reception given recently In Se
attle by Major and Mrs. F. A. Grant.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Alexander en
tertained at a dinner at the Kcnyon
Miss Grace Swenscn Thursday en
tertained for Miss Grace Barco ot
Crystal River, Fla.
Miss Gratia Flanders entertained at
a stall party Thursday evening.
Tho members of Unity club gave a
dance Thursday evening In their hall
on Second East street. A number ol
well known women connected with
tho work of tho church wero tho
Miss Beatrice Fuchgott of St. Louis
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Adolph
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McMillan en
tertained a fow friends at dinner
Mrs. J. F. Dunn entertained on
Wednesday afternoon to meet Mrs.
W. P. O'Meara.
Captain and Mrs. John C. Brooks
are settled in No. 13 at Fort Douglas.
Mrs. M. A. Mayberry Is at Nophl,
visiting William Knight and wire.
Tho members of tho student boN1y
of tho University of Utah gave a
dance Thursday evening at tho .ju
seum building In honor of tho visiting
Tho Daughters of tho Pioneers held
their regular meeting Friday after
noon. Mrs. Susa Young Gates read a
paper along tho lino of genealogical
study recently taken up.
SOCIAL FREE LANCELETS.
Naturally tho event of tho week
was the Cotillon at tho University
club on Wednesday evening. While
it could hardly bo described as an af
fair representative of fashionable life
In Salt Lako, so many of the leaders
being conspicuous by their absence,
yet all who wero present as guests dt
the club members fully enjoyed tho
evening's fun. Tho ravors wero very
pretty and tho figures, several new
ones being Introduced, wero grnce
fully led by Joseph E. Calno whose
partner was Miss Williams.
The dancing season at Fort Doug
las Is to be Inaugurated on December
8, with a hop, for which rormal card3
have been issued. In tho past the
Post people have proved themselves
cordial hosts and hostesses and their
entertainments have added greatly to
the winter programme.
It was again demonstrated on Weft'
nesday that Llngerlonger Is a perrect
homo and Mrs. O. W. Powers, an Ideal
hostess. With all tho bridge teas of
the year there has not been one more
enjoyable than this.
The insurance scandals have play
ed sad havoc all over tho country and
hero in provincial swelldom tho social
ambitions of ono or two of tho most
pronounced climbers havo received a
sudden set back.
An eager publls awaits with breath
less suspenso tho latest movements
of tho Mr. and Mrs. Charlies.
Immense Growth of Seaweed.
Tho largest plant in tho world Is
probably a species of seaweed, which
often attains a length of 300 feet The
stems aro dried and used as ropes by
tho South Sea Islanders.
He Had a Good Reason.
Nodd Come out with me and take
a ride in my auto.
Todd How long havo you had it?
"Just got It."
"Had any experience with them?"
"Going to run it yourself?"
"Can you mend a punctured tiro?"
"Wouldn't know tho first thing te
"Not the first thing."
"Havo you studied, read, or been
jlven any advice?"
"No, sir; I tell you I don't know
the first thing."
"How far do you want to go?"
"Just as far as the thing will go."
"All right. I'll go with you."
"What! Why, I didn't dream you'd
accept my invitation."
"Why, I didn't suppose you'd care to
go out In an nuto with a man who
doesn't know anything about it."
"Nonsense! You're just tho man."
"Simply because, old chap, that If
wo break down wo'll drop tho old ma
chine and get home by trolley, train or
carriage. But if you thought you
know tho first thing abou "., you'd
spend tho rest of the day trying to fix
it up, while I'd havo to stay with you
and suffer .as a matter of courtesy."
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Whenever you buy or sell
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UTAH SAVINGS &. TRUST
CO., No. ICO Main Street.
9tyss Colia Sharp
3HK ZaacAero ' Iriano -g.
53 Constitution 32locc
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Extra Fine Quality Linen Corres
1 pound, 120 sheets in a package, a
paper nnexcolled In quality, worth
75o a pound, for this week's intro
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creditably low price of
25c a pound
Envelopes to match, 25 in a pack-
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As nutritious as any English Port- '
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Light, and mild, palatable, and
appropriate on all
Either of the above brands deliv
ered in any part of tho city.
The Old Resort,
276 So. Main St.
ADAM SNYDER, Proprietor.