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M Mrs. Georgo P. Holman cntortalned
BJ about forty of her friends Tuesday a-
Bl ternoon at a bridge tea at her homo
Bl on Brlgham street, and prizes were
BJ won by Mrs. Charles Post. Mrs. Rus-
sell C. Woodruff, Mrs. Union Worth-
lngton, Mrs. Windsor V. Rico, Miss
BJ Adelaldo Nason, Mrs. Thompson of
Bl Portland, Mrs. M. H. Krlebel and Mrs.
BJ J. P. Megeath. Tho hostess was assist
BJ ed by Mrs. G. B. Pfoutz.
H Colonel and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes
Bl and tho Misses Holmes sailed Decern-
Bl, bcr 2Cth from Triesto for Egypt. They
BJ will crulso the Mediterranean for somo
Bl time and will spend tho spring months
B on tho Nile.
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M Mrs. George It. Hancock and daugh (
tor, Miss Holllstor Hancock, left Tues
BJ day evening for Redlands, Cal., to join
BJ Mrs. W. M. Ferry and Mrs. Mary M.
Bl F. Allen, who aro spending tho winter
M Mr. and Mrs. Fred Noblo aro hero
Bl from Novada visiting with tho Noblo
M Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Richards enter-
BJ talncd at cards on Monday evening In
BJ honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scarff.
1 Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Keith, Mr. and
BJ Mrs. Charles P. Dlyth, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Blyth, Jr., and Miss Bella Blyth,
BJ left Wednesday for Los Angeles for a
BJ short stay.
B Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cutler, Jr., en
BJ tortalned Governor and Mrs. Cutlnr
Bj and twenty other guests at their homo
BJ an E street Monday ovening.
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Bj Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Eldredgo were
BJ in town from Eureka visiting Mrs. C.
BJ A. Eldredgo at her homo on East First
BJ South street.
Bl Jt &
B Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blyth, Jr., enter-
BJ talncd a party of ten at tho Orpheum
BJ Monday ovening, followed by a supper
Bl at tho Wilson.
H Mrs. Walter Jennings entertained
BJ tho members of her card club Tues-
Bl .Jt &
M Mrs. S. H. Pinkerton entertained
BH the 500 club Tuesday afternoon at hqr
BJ apartments In tho Emery-Holmes.
B Mrs. Georgo J. Gibson, who has been
BJ spending somo time with Mr. and Mrs.
BJ Goorgo Jay Gibson of Popporton, left
BJ Tuesday for San Francisco.
B Miss Anna McCornlck loft Tuesday
BJ for tho cast, accompanied by her
BJ younger sister, Miss Genevlevo Mc-
H Sherman Armstrong, who spent his
Bl vacation with his parents, loft Tues-
BJ day to re-nntor school at San Mateo.
BJ Invitations nro out for an oven-
BJ lng of chamber music to bo given by
BJ tho faculty of tho music department
BJ of Rowland Hall next Monday oven-
Bh lng. Tho affair will be given in tho
BJ First Congregational church, and Al-
Bl bert E. Press, tho new cellist, Is to
BJ bo tho assisting artist. Tho four
Bl , members of tho faculty of tho music
BJ department aro Miss Gratia Flanders,
BJ 1 Miss Genevo Ellerbcck, Mrs. Anna C.
Bl Plummor and Georgo E. Skelton.
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HI Mr. nnd Mrs. David Keith left Tues-
WV day evening for Now York to spend a
few weeks. -
Miss Cecelia Sharp Is back from
Roxburg, Idaho, where she has been
visiting her mother.
Mrs. Rachacl S. Miller and her
daugh tor, Miss Margo Miller left
Tuesday for Trai., British Columbia,
to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Miller.
Mrs. T. J. Armstrong and Mrs. Job
Lyon lctt Monday ovening for San Die
go to visit their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McFerran Tay
lor aro back from Philadelphia, where
they spent tho holidays.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O'Kelly, tho latter no
Croutch, of Riverside, Cal., aro at the
J. Wnlcott Thompson has returned
from New Haven, Conn., where ho and
Mrs. Thompson were called by the
death of Mrs. Thompson's father, Dh.
T. H. Bishop.'
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scarff left Tues
day for Chicago, after a visit for a
fow weeks with friends here.
K. G. Facgixj, of New York, has been
tho guest for a few days of Mr. and
Mrs. Georgo H. Wood at tho Knuts
ford. . ci
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kearns left
Tuesday for Now York and Washing
ton, to bo away about a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Ravenal McBeth have
gone to Boise, Idaho, after a day or
so Bpont In tho city.
Mrs. D. Douglas Moffet Is in town
from Nowhouse visiting her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Junius Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weir loft Sat
urday for a trip of several weeks In
the cant, returning by tho way of
The Los Angoles Express has the
following: "In honor of hor slster-ln-law,
Miss Fmnces O'Meara, of Salt
Lake City, who is visiting hero, Mrs.
William P. O'Meara of 1010 Beacon
street entertained n party of friends
with whist. Beforo hor marriage Mrs.
O'Meara was Miss Kitty McCormick,
one of tho most popular young wo
men In local society, and it was with
regret that her many friends saw her
depart for &a.t Lake City to make
her homo. Her return a fow months
ngo was heartily welcomed."
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Todd announce
tho marriage of their daughter, Eva
Louise, to William Norman Kidwcll,
Friday, Dec. 28, 190C, at Oakland, Cal.,
Mr. Kidwcll was formerly of Salt Lake.
The Cieofan met Tuesday with Mrs.
Charles Wells at her homo on Second
street, and Mrs. Wfclls spoke on "Tho
Paris of Louis XIII."
Miss Beatrice O'Connor entertained
tho Card club Wednesdny ovening in
honor of Miss Agatha Borkhool, who
left Thursday afternoon for Now
York. Tho rooms were pretty with
palo pink carnations and phimosis.
Tho tally cards wore unique and ap
propriate to tho occasion, being Miss
Borkhoel's favorlto songs, illustrated,
tnreo tables were filed with players.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lamb gave a
dinner party Wednesday venlng for
Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Leonard of Mur
ray and R. B. Watson of New York.
A dance was given Wednesday
ovening by the employes of tho Walk
er Brothers store at tho" Twentieth
ward meeting house. This was tho
second danco of tho season given by
this association of employes. Several
unique nnd original dances were given
with calcium light, red, dazzling rain
calcium lights, red, dazzling rainbow
boy effect. The moonlight dance was
also a charming feature. The arrange
ments and details were In tho hands
of A. W. Bolton and J. 55. Ovlatt, and
reffected great credit upon their In
genuity. i .
Mrs. Samuel Newhouso entertained
nt a box party at the Orpheum Tues
day evening. Jt $
Miss Georgia Webber entertained at
luncheon Thursday followed by
bridge, complimentary to her sister,
Mrs. Georgo L. Nye.
Spirit of Liberty chapter, D. A. R.,
was entertained Thursday afternoon
at the homo of Mrs. Seth B. Morri
son. Tho program was In charge of
Mrs. M. A. Breeden, who was chair
man for the afternoon.
The Delta Sigma fraternity of the
State University gave a danco Friday
evening In the Museum building.
Tho history section of the Ladles'
Literary club met Thursday morning
at tho club house. Mrs. A. B. Gibson
gave the paper, "Formation of Three
Macedonian Kingdoms," "Greece
The Telegraphers' Dancing club
gave a danco Thursday ovening at
their hall in the Jennings block.
Mrs. A. Whlttemoro of Denver, who
has been tho guest of her sister, Mrs.
Thomas Weir, has gone to Los An
geles beforo returning to Denver.
Benner X. Smith is back from San
ta Barbara, but Mrs. Smith will re
main away a fortnight longer.
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Keith, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles P. Blyth, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Blyth, Jr., and Miss Bella Blyth
of Evanston, left Thursday for Los
Angeles. jt &
Mrs. W. H. Wheat of Manila, form
erly a resident of Salt Lake, Is spend
ing a few days In tho city at the
homo of Mrs. E. Harris. She will bo
joined by Mr. Wheat, who Is now in
Seattle, and accompanied by Miss An
derson, will leavo for San Francisco,
from where they sail for Manila on tho
Cth of February.
There was a well attended meeting
at tho parlors of tho Commercial club
Wednesdny afternoon of tho reception
commltteo appointed to make arrange
ments for tho reception to bo given
tho visiting women attending tho
AVool Growers' convention next week.
Mrs. E. Bonnomort, presided. It was
decided to take tho visitors around tho
tho city in a "Seeing Salt Lake" car.
A trip to Saltalr will also bo arranged.
A concert for their benefit will take
placo Thursday evening In tho tab
ernacle, when the Orpheus club, the
tabernacle choir, and Wlllard Welho
will give their services. A reception
will bo given tliem on Friday ovening
tho 18th, In tho parlors of tho Com
mercial club. Each of tho members
of the reception commltteo is privil
eged to bring one guest, and tho mem
bers of the club and wives and daugh
ters Included In the invitations, also
members of tho t'-.s. Arrangements
aro to bo made iat tho Holmes art
gallery will bo thrown open to them
nnd probably they will bo entertained
at tho Beo HIvo house.
Thero are duo to bo somo mighty
cheerful doings over at tho Orpheum
next week. Apparently the manage
ment mado a Now Year's resolution
In connection with tho quality of tho
shows which aro to prevail this year;
certainly tho public seems to have fal
len Into lino with another to tho ef- tB
feet that It will faithfully patronize
tho State street house of mirth.
Both are seasonable and It is safo
to predict a good show nnd heavy
business for tho coming week.
Heading the array of rlb-tlcklers
coming this way is Jolly Fanny Rico f
with a unique act that will bo a no
velty for Salt Lake. "Dancing Dolls
sounds very juvenile, but when Fan
nie Rice's aggregation is seen it is
safe to bet that none will laugh so '
heartily as tho old boys. Among her
novelties aro Teddy Roosevelt and
Billy Bryan, while tho orchestra Is a
factor In helping tho mirth along.
Sketches are alwajjr Ipopular in
Salt Lake If they are tho right kind.
The tabloid comedy which will be pre
sented by J. C. Nugent Company, it
is promised will be the real candy In
Then thero will be Claud and Fan
ny Usher, a very clever couple who
started out with the famous Road
Show. They will present a little heart
drama entitled "Tough Love." .
Mile. Dzirla and a male dancer will
go In for Russian terpslchorean dev
iltry, as Hamilton of tho Los Angeles
Examiner puts It, and they will Intro
duce' some decidedly daring dancing
of a graceful rough-house variety.
Tho acrobatic thrills will be fur
nished by an ambitious gymnast who
Is billed as Charles Serra tho equili
brist. Ho alms greatly to tho spec
tacular and Indulges in such feats
as balancing himself on swaying on
steel rods while he holds a heavy ball
by a strap from his teeth.
Joe Whitehead and the Misses Grl
erson have somo clever singing and
dancing stunts which they label "Ar
tistic Fooling." Of course there is
no plot to their sketch nevertheless
they furnish a lively fifteen minutes.
The ever-faithful klnodrome will un
ravel about l.zuO of films devoted
to now motion pictures while tho all
solo orchestra under Prof. WHllard
Youngdale will discourse somo lively
music for tho benefit of tho regular
patrons, tho edification of tho legls
' lators assembled and tho delight of
tho wool growers who are heading this
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I Another Week of Auerbnch's j.
at 9 o'clock
Another Wiek of tl.o
Greatest Clearance Sales
Everything must go h a hurrv
now. The entire stcck rediued
ngain. Dolts open
at 9 o'clock