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ft ! Mrs. Mary E. Gilmer loft Monday
" for Oakland to visit friends. Later
1 ' sho will go to Los Angeles and to
? ' Pasadena, spending the better part
of the spring on tho coast
i J J
K jl Miss Leslie Kerr of Chicago Is In
,. town visiting Miss Hentrlce dices-
f ' man. .
v Sheldon L. Dntlcr has gone to Now
' ' York, to be away some time.
" J J
. I Joseph E. Calno Is back from a
' business trip to San Francisco.
' Mr. and Mrs. Itay Naylor and their
children and maid left Monday for
Los Angolcs and San DIcgo.
, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Ponton left Mon
day evening for Los Angeles, to re
1 main some time.
- Mrs. A. L. Castlcman of Bingham
Is spending a fow days in tho city.
Mrs. Sam Schwab of l'rovo, Is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. WJudgewood.
Mrs. M. T. Bailey and Mrs. Charles
Post gave two bridge teas on Thurs
day and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dayncs havo
gone to Los Angeles to spend a fow
W. W. Armstrong and G'jorge E.
Gtinn left Monday evening for Los
Angeles, whero they will join Mrs.
Armstrong for a trip to Honolulu.
Tho members of tho P. E. O. socloty
will glvo a breakfast Saturday morn
ing for Miss Alico Paul.
C. A. Gracbor loft Monday for tho
coast, after spending somo tlmu in tho
H Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Cutler havo gono
H to tho southwest for " short stay.
H Tho Woman's club mot Tuesday
H afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Bowman.
H Mrs. A. V. Taylor gave tho topic.
H Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mcilstrttp have
H returned from scvcrnl weeks' visit In
H tlio oast.
H George Stringfellow left on tllio
H limited Monday evening for Los An-
H goles and San DIcgo.
1 A Jamestown dinner was given by
H tho men of St. Paul's church Tues-
M day evening. Toasts wero responded
M to by Bishop Spalding, Fisher Harris,
M George M. Marshall and others.
M Mr. and Mrs. James W. Neill liavo
B purchased a now homo in Pasadena,
fl whern they havo made their residence
fl for tho past year. Tho placo Is situ-
fl atcd on tho Grovo avenue, nnd is our
M of the most artistic homes around
M . that plcturcsa.no and beautiful spot.
Mrs. William Rold entertained
M Monday nftcrnoon at a bridgo tea at
B her homo on Harvard avenue. Seven
M tables wero filled with tho players,
M and prizes wero awarded tho winner
M -at each table, tho prize winners be-
M Ing Miss Elizabeth Mclntyrc, Miss
M Maud Thorno, Miss Elolso Sadler,
" Mrs. Frank W. Jennings, Mrs. W. H.
Cunningham, Mrs. AdolpH Dnor pnd
rrs, Charjpg Ppst, ' J
Mrs. H. C. Brownleo entertained
Monday at luncheon, followed by
bridgo at hor homo on Eleventh East
street. Her guests wro Mrs. E. T.
Harvey, Mrs. H. J. Schultz, Harry
Ganz, Mrs. H. G. Brockman, Mrs.
Thomas Marioncaux, and Mrs. Eu
Mrs. Sol Slogel entertained tho
members of the boards of both tho In
fant's home on" I strot and tho State
street orphanago 'Monday afternoon
at an Informal tea. Tho matter of
consolidation of tho two Institutions
wns discussed, and It Is expected that
the affair will bo arranged shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps Hoi
man will leave about tho first of March
for Now York, whence they will sail
on tho Baltic for London. They will
bo accompanied by their daughter,
Mrs. T. W. London of Portland and
Miss Wlnnlfrcd London, and will
spend some tlmo abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Noble and Mrs.
Robert Gould Smith left Sunday, Mr.
and Mrs. Noblo for their homo in Ne
vada, and Mrs. Smith for Los Angeles
to join Mr. Smith for a trip to Hon
olulu. Mrs. C. W. Mason entertained at a
bridgo tea on Wednesday at her homo
at Fort Douglas.
Miss Maud Hapgood is up from De
Lamar for a stay of a week, and Is
spending tho timo with Mrs. and Mrs.
Ralph E. Hoag In Ogdon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Chapman of
Evanston mado a short stay at tho
Knutsford early this week.
Miss Pearl Van Cott has gono to
Los Angeles to spend some time
with Mrs. Elizabeth Hooper Dunbar.
Miss Elizabeth McMillan, formerly
Inclpal of tho 12th school In thl'
ty, and Mr. F. P. Kennard, wore
nrrlod In Los Angeles a few day?
Tho music section of the Ladles' Lit
erary club mot Wednesday. Miss
Lena Hague gave a sketch of the life
of Kate Vannah, tho American com
noser, and Mrs. II. S. Knight re
viewed "La Julve," by Halovy. Mrs.
. II. Peabody, Mrs. FIshor Harris and
Miss Bessie Williamson furnished
musical numbers, and Mrs. C. Stanley
Prlco sang somo compositions by Kate
Mrs. Martha Royle King has issued
'nvltntlons for a song recital to bo
'Iven next Wednesday evening intro
ducing her pupil, Miss Edith Godby,
with Miss Judith Evans assisting.
Miss Katherino Burnett of Meredith,
N. II., and Georco H. Hall or Los An
geles wore married Tuesday evening
'n this city. Tho coromony was per
'nrnipd by Rov. Frank Fay Eddy at
'bo Eddy residence, and Mr. and Mrs
Hall left for their future borne In Los
wreles. Miss Burnett was accompa
nied hero by hor brother, and ho wont
on to tho coast with tho young people.
Miss Ora Leigh, who spent last year
'u Salt T ako, has accepted tho posi
tion of city editor of tho News-Democrat
of Paducah, Ky.
Mrs. Everett Buckingham enter
tnlnrtl tin) Fjvo IIuMred Card- club
Wednesday afternoon at her home,
when prizes wero won by Mrs. E. A.
Wall, Mrs. Isidore Mayer and Mrs.
Miss Ethel Partridge returned on
Tuesday evening from Los Angeles,
whero she spent some time, having
been called home by the Illness of
Miss Daisy Raybould entertained at
five hundred Thursday afternoon at
her home on West Templo street.
Mrs. M. T. Bailey and Mrs. Charles
Post entertained Thursday afternoon
at a bridge tea.
J. Howard Early, who spent tho
past fow days with his sister, Mrs. D.
P. Simmons, and her niece, Mrs. R. H.
Officer, left Thursdny on a business
trip to Missoula, Mont.
Mrs. W. H. Tibbals entertained on
Thursday afternoon at a tea In com
pliment to the now officers of tho In
fants' homo on I street.
Tho history section of tho Ladies'
Literary club met Thursday morning
at the club house, when Mrs. W. II
Bintz, Mrs. W. R. Hutchinson and
Mrs. John W. Delano presented the
Mrs. Frank T. Burton gave a recep
tion Friday afternoon In honor of her
juest, Miss Shearer.
Mrs. J. C. Landenberger has gono to
San Diego with her baby to spend the
remainder of the cold weather.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bowman and
Mrs. Margaret Alves, who havo been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J Brown-'n-r.
loft Wednesday evening for Idaho
Miss Margaret Corn of Ogden Is In
town visiting tho II. G. McMillan family-
Mrs. C. W. Mason was obliged to
postpone her bridgo tea planned for
yesterday till next Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Read will bo In
their new home at 111 O street early
Mrs. A. E. Walger and Mrs. F. S
Sprague bave come In from tho farm
mil will bo at homo at the Knutsford
for tho next two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Fife en
tertained a dozen of their friends on
Wednesday evening at an informal
dinner at the Emery-Holmes.
Mrs. Walter Wilklns of Omaha, who
has been visiting tho Buckingham
family for some time, left Thursday
morning for her home.
Tho Sewing club met Wednesday
with Mrs. J. C. Daly, and Mr. am'
Mrs. Daly entertained their card club
The pupils of tho seventh grade a
'ho Bryant school enjoyed a bob
sleigh rldo Tuesday evening, tho af
'air being chaperoued by Mrs. E. E
"ihepherd, Miss Alexander nnd Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. Relnshriber enter
allied Informally Sunday In honor o'
heir twentieth wedding anniversary
Tho follow'nr guests wero present
Mr. nnd M. H. A. Baron, Mr. and
Mrs. D. B. Buiou of Bingham, Mr. anr"
Mrs1. A. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. L. FranV
nnd tlaughtor, Mrs. nnd Miss Lowls,
Ben Lewis, Dave Strauss. Tho host
3ss was assisted by Miss Rao Reln
shriber and Miss Paulino Lewis.
The Invitations for tho junior prom
enade at tho university wero Issued
Wednesday. This dance, as In other
colleges, Is the soclnl event of tho sea
son. It will bo given In tho gymna
sium on Feb. 8. Each or tho frater
nities and sororities will bo repre- Tl
3ented by a booth. The promenade
will start at 9:30 o'clock and will bo
continued until 2 In tho morning. The
dance will bo under the patronage of
Governor and Mrs. J. C. Cutler, Sen
ator and Mrs. S. H. Love, Dr. and
Mrs. C. G. Plummer, President and
Mrs. J. T. Kingsbury, Professor Geo.
A. Eaton, Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Mer
rill, Dean and Mrs. B. P. Cummlngs.
Miss Gratia Flanders has Issued In
vitations for a musical evening to bo
Tiven with her advanced pupils. Miss
Geneve Ellerbeck, Miss Judeth Evans,
Miss Pearl Rothschild and Miss Effle
Oofflemeyor in the Salt lake theatre
next Monday evening. Tho assisting
artists will bo Miss Esther Allen and
Mrs. Charles G. Plummer.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fitch and the
Misses Lillian and Maude Fitch will
'eavo next week for tho east, and la
ter will sail for the Bahama islands to
be away for about two months.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bothwoll left Mon
day evening for tho coast. They will
ipend some time in Los Angeles, and
later will visit their daughter In Stan
The Sans Soucl club met Wednesday
with Mrs. Everett Buckingham.
Mrs. H. M. Sowles lert Tuesday
jvenlng for Los Angeles to spend a
Hugh Dougal will give a recital Tor
"lis vocal pupils next Thrusday even
ing. Tho Bridgo club met Wednesday
vith Mrs. Heber M. Wells at her home,
31 First street.
Mrs. John C. Daly entertained the
Iris or tho Sowing club Wednesday
ittornoon at her nome on P street.
Mrs. P. C. Richmond left Tuesday
-veiling for tho east. Sho will spend
some timo with her daughter, Gladys
a East Hampton, Mass., and will visit
'red Richmond at Andover.
Mrs.- W. C. Hall and hor little
laughter, Marlon, left Monday even
ng for the coast, to bo away some
Mrs. George Rose, who has been
vlth her daughter, Mrs. William Mc
"5rath, will leave shortly to join Mr. l
Roso In Mexico.
Mrs. II. G. Whitney entertained tho
members of her sewing club Tuesday.
-Mr. and Mrs. .C. N. Strovoll havo
50110 to California on a visit.
Mrs. J. B. Taylor entertained at
lards on Friday at her homo on 11th 4
"Sast street. 1
Dr. H. D. Nlles has gono cist to
'Islt his parents In Iowa, and will re
lurn to Salt Lako about February 1.
Dental OfTIco moved from Eagle block
C00-501 Scott Building. 168 Main, i
Ovor KlnK'8 Hardware atom.