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I WB IN THE SOCIAL REALM (M:-
H Miss Fannie Breed en entertained at
H cards Tuesday morning for Miss Lou-
H Iso Waldcn. Eucliro was the game,
H and tho prize was won by Miss Helen
H Shepard, and a guest prize by Miss
H Walden. The tallies were formed
H of daisies, and pink and white colors
H wore carried out In all tho refresh-
H ments. Tho guests to meet Miss Wal-
H den were: Miss Selma Wall, Miss
H Pearl Savage, Miss Margaret Savage,
H Mis Marian Jones, Miss Ina Rudy,
H Miss Ethel Partridge, Miss Susan Saw-
H ycr, Miss Hazel Pond, Miss Beatrico
H Borcman, Miss Alvcrda Martin, Miss
H Jessie Martin, Miss Loreno Lcary,
H Mrs. Laura RIchter Miss Agatha Berk-
H hocl, Miss Mabel Cutler, Miss Mildred
H McMillan, Miss Bess McMillan, Miss
H Helen Wengor and Miss Frances
H Joyce. Tho hostess was asslstod by
H Mrs. John T. Hurst, Miss Mary Hurst,
H Miss Talma Brccdcn and M1ss Allccn
H & jt
H Tho Missesi Alvorda and Jessie Mar-
H tin entertained at cards In compliment
H to Miss Louiso Waldcn. Sixteen friends
H enjoyed tho game of 500 and the prize
H was won by Miss Lillian Burnham. The
H guests to meet Miss Waldcn were Miss
H Agnes Nolan, Miss Rose Nolan, Miss
H Evelyn Thomas, Miss Annio Adams,
H Miss Lonoro Morse. Miss Rubclle Rath-
H bono. Miss Edna Edwards, Miss Jes-
H sle Home, Miss Fannlo Brccdcn, Mis
H lna Pudy, Miss Lillian Burnham, Miss
H Mnrjorle Hlggins. Mrs. Grace Bettlcs,
H Miss Margaret Waldcn, Miss Clalro
H Scwlos, Miss Kato Allen.
B Miss Lcnore Morso entertained a
H dozen girls at a breakfast Monday for
H Miss Louise Waldcn. her guests be-
H Jng besides Miss Waldcn, Miss Alver-
H da Martin. Miss Jessie Martin, Miss
H Ethel .Partridge, Miss Irma Walker,
1 Miss Rubclle Rathbone, Miss Majorlo
1 Hlggins. Miss Estcllo Davis. Miss Ethel
1 Davis and Miss Margaret Waldcn.
M The golf tournament, with tho men
H playing for tho president's cup at tho
M Country club, drew a largo number of
fl tho members out thero Tuesday. A
H buffet luncheon was served during tho
M mlddlo of tho day, and tho placo was
M pretty well filled during tho cntlro
M Dr. J. E. Scallon and family wilt
M lenvo Salt Lnko next Monday for
m tholr former home, Hnncock. Mich.,
M where they will reside. Miss Mar-
M garct and Miss Mary Scallon have
M been veiy popular in society sinco
H their arrival here, and the departure
M of the family will bo regretted.
H Colonel E. A. Wall and his three
M daughttirs, Selma, Alice and Kathcrine,
M left Tuesday for Seattle and Alaska.
H They will go cast on their return trip
m over the Canadian Pacific and will bo
M away about six weeks In all, visiting
M New York and Washington before
H their return.
B Invitations are out for tho opening
M dance to bo given at Oakwood by
M Colonel and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes.
B Tho new danco hall and skating rink
M is ncarlng completion, and tho dato
H ect for tho dance, which will bo a brll-
H liant affair, Is Friday, August, 3.
H Miss Marlon Jones gavo a lake
H party at Saltalr Tlnistlay evening
H for Miss Louiso Waldcn.
H Mr. and Mrs. LeGrando Young and
H family and Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr and
children will leave next week for a
camping trip In Weber canyon.
C. E. Allen has gone east to meet
his family, who landed Wednesday in
Philadelphia. They will visit rela
tives In the east before returning to
Salt Lake about the middle of August.
Miss Floronco and Miss Helen will
remain in Ohio tor the present.
Scott Kimball and Edwin Kimball
if Schenectady, N. Y., arrived on
VednoEday, nfter a trip through Yel
'owstono park. They were accompa
nied by Mr. Burkholder and Mr.
Frame of Schenectady.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Helm Greene left
'Vednesdny for Now York, from where
hoy will sail for England, Mr.
Trecno's home. Mrs. Greene was
formerly Miss Georgia Vadner of this
Miss Jessie Home was tho hostess
at an informal Kensington Wednes
day afternoon, when about a dozen
Intimate friends were Invited to meet
Miss Louise Walden, in whoso honor
It was given. ,
Mrs. F. J. Fabian, daughter, Miss
Stella, and sons will leavo next
Wednesday for Brighton, to Join tho
Salt Lako colony. They will be gone
Mrs. J. S. Ferguson, Mrs. Sharp and
Mrs. Ferguson's children have gone to
unnyslde to spend the remainder of
ho summer with Mr. and Mr. J- R
Shaii). .4 .z
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Connor left on
Thursday for a three weeks' trip to
ortland. Seattle and the north-west
Mrs. Richard Savage and daugh
ters, Pearl and Irene, have gone
to their Wyoming ranch for the rest
of tho summer.
Miss Edith Gray of Cannon City,
Ore., who was tho guest of Miss Boas
'ey for a few days, returned Tuesday
'o her homo.
Miss Mabel Elton has left for Clevo
'nd. O.. where sho will visit with
viptuls, Phe will return to Salt Lake
in tho fall.
Mrs. Lillian D. Delsher announces
ho engagement of her daughter Bess
to John W. Lower. Tho wedding will
tako place In tho early autumn.
Miss Ida Mackintosh Is back from a
May rf a month In Los Angeles nnd
San Francisco and Isi now at homo at
'08 East Second South street.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Clarko have
t turned from an extended trip to
Mnlno. during which they visited Mr.
Clarke's old homo In Richmond,
Clement R. Troth nnd daughter, Miss
Helen Troth of Denver, arc in tho city.
MIfs Troth will spend tho next month
at Rowland Hall.
Mrs. F. D. Blckford Is In Denver
with her mother. Mrs. Ellen Elliott.
They will probably bo away till Sep
Miss Katherlno Purcell will leavo
early In August for Now York.
The Quon Glntl club met Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. A. J. Davis.
E. R. Drake and daughter, Miss
Julia Drake, are guests of Mrs. J. D.
La Forgee at tho Manitou for the re
mainder of the season.
Mrs. G. E. Walker Is back from Mil
waukee, where she was visiting her
sister, Mrs. Karl Prlnz, for the past
Mrs. D. L. Walllck, of Kansas City,
who has been visiting Mrs. M. B. Whit
ney for some weeks, has returned
Mrs. H. F. Evans and daughter Edith
are back from a month's stay In Cal
ifornia. Miss Emma Lucy Gates Is at Bright
on visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles T.
Judge nnd Mrs. W. C. Hall enter
tained at dinner Friday night for Miss
Walden and Mr. -MacLaughlln.
Miss Lucy Gaby entertained Satur
day morning at a breakfast for Miss
Walter Evans has gone to Califor
nia, where he will make his futuro
Mrs. J. H. Brown and family and
telr guests are at Brighton, occupy
ing their cottage for some weeks.
Clay Wallace has gone to Oregon
with a surveying party for tho Oregon
Mrs. F. D. Hobbs and Miss Edith
Hobbs are spending a few days at
The Misses Buelah and Lena Been
man of Provo are In the city visiting
Charles M. Frye and wife of Los
Angeles, are here on a visit to friends
for a fortnight.
Mrs. Emma Saunders and Miss
Julia Jonesi, who spent tho past fort
night In Los Angeles, are again home.
Mrs. Tony Jacobson nnd children are
at Columbus cottage In Wasatch to
spend a month.
Judge and Mrs. O. W. Powers and
Roger arc at Carnegie Castle, Bright
on. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mooro are
spending a few days in Brighton.
Rrscoo M. Breeden returned on
Wednesday from Brighton.
Mrs. Charles Nelson, of Ogden is
spending a few days In town.
Mr. Robert Blrkln, who mnde his
first appearanco in concert work at
tho recital given by Professor Anton
Pcdersen at tho First Congrcgationnl
church Juno 12th, Is a pupil or Miss
Slgrld Pedersen, graduate of tho Bos
ton Consorvatoiy of Music. Mr. Blr
kln possesses a baritone voice of un
usual strength and richness and Is
making, rapid progress under tho
training of Miss Pedersen. Ho
comes of a musical family, all of
whom nro noted for their vocal abll
ity. Ho was born .in England, a
country that has contributed to the
world's famous artists. Miss Rennio
Pedersen, sister of Miss Slgrld Peder
sen, Is now engaged In concert work
and is traveling with a very popular
company. It Is tho ambition of Mr.
Blrkln to pursue his musical studies
until he is thoroughly qualified to en
ter Into concert work. Ho Is a mem
ber of tho Orpheus club and although
young in years, gives evidence of
great ability. If Mr. Blrkln does con
tinue his well-begun work ho will bo
heard from in the musical world.
Mr. Foster, a former member of
tho choir of St. Mark's cathedral, has
composed and arranged new music to
tho To Doum, which Is really wonder
ful for Its sweetness and majesty
combined. It was sung for the first
time last Sunday and will bo repeated
at tho 11 o'clock services tomorrow
morning at the cathedral. Mr. Foster
is also an artist of no small ability.
An etching of tho head of Edwin
Booth, made by him and presented ;
to tho late John S. Lindsay, now
hangs on the wall of tho study room
of tho lamented actor. Miss Hallio
Foster, a sister of Mr. Foster, Is a
pupil of Martha Roylo King nnd is a
little song bird. Mr?. King will closo WK
her studio for a few weeks and enjoy
a well deserved rest In Colorado.
Rov. Father Constantino Chauve, of
tho faculty of All Hallows college. Is ,
not only a musician of rare ability,
but a maker of violins as well. A
fow years ago ho completed an instru
ment which gratified Professor Pe
dersen so highly that the young priest '
begged him to accept It as a trlbuto
of tho sincere friendship he held for
him. The Instrument Is now a cher
ished possession of Professor Peder
sen. Within tho past month Father .
Chauve has completed another vio
lin, which surpasses, If possible, tho
first In richness, strength and clear
ness of tone. His success In this lino
Is remarkable, but he Is a close stu
dent, careful, painstaking and artistic
to tho highest degree. Father Chauvo
is from Paris, France, and has trans
lated several clever dramas from his
native tongue. "The Violin Contest." j
a one-act comedy, given by the All
Hallows students, is perhaps his best '
Father Chauvo is now enjoying his f
vacation in Butto, Montana, but will :
resume the usual duties at the col- I
lege in September nnd occupy tho J
chair of prefect of discipline. Wo nro
proud of tho success of Salt Lake's .'
followers of Apollo. t
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WHAT'S IN M'CLURE'S.
A really notable series of articles
begin In the August McCluro's undor
tho tltlo "Tho Story of Montana." Tho
history of that remarkable common
wealth, with Its picturesque early min
ing days, when the road-agents held
sway and robbed and murdered whole
sale tho miners and settlers, and tho
conflict of moro recent days between
tho two great copper kings, William
A. Clark and Marcus Daly, which was
fought In business and politics, chiefly -within
Its bordors, furnish tho author,
C. P. Connolly, himself quite an ear
ly Montana settler, with tho material
for a stirring and absorbing article.
This historical eorles represents a j
now departure In magazine editing,
and adds one moro to tho Important