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I ADDITIONAL SOCIAL ITEMS.
H The bit? event Friday in social, as
H well as club life, was t he birthday an-
H ntversary of the Ladies' Literary club,
H which was celebrated by a breakfast
H at the M'anitou, at noon, a reception
H preceding the event. Over too club
H members sat down to the tables, and,
H following the courses, toasts were
H responded to.
H Mrs. W. F. Adams was the toasl-
H mistress, and Mrs. J. C. Roylc, the
H first president of the club, responded
H to the toast, "Club Reminiscences."
Miss Ethel Paul spoke on "Club Pre-
H dictions." Mrs. W. 11. Hints respond-
H cd to the toast, "Our Friends, the
H Critics." Mrs. A. 11, Hoxrud spoke
H to "Club Friendships." Mts, C. S
H Kinney s topic was "The Club Wo-
H man's Glial," Mrs. Howard S. Stowe
H nave the "First Aid to tile Topic
H Giver," and Miss Linda Jessup told
H tie guests "Ilow&to He Happy,
H Though a Club Woman."
I ST. VALENTINE
H St. Valentine, as ,wc conceive him,
H was one of the greatest men who
H never existed. He was all henrt.
H He had his sleeve cut extra wide to
H accommodate his heart; his thoughts
H were punctuated by Ins heart-throbs',
H he was partial to what the literary
H reviewers call " novels of heart in-
H tere.it." Enlargement of the heart
H killed him. Somewhere in Arcadia,
the land of promises, pretty girls,
M matinees, and sentimental lyrics, there
PJ stands a lovely tomb, all decorated
Pj round the edge with paper lace and
PJ blue forget-me-nots. This is the tomb
PJ of St. Valentine, a monument to
PJ' which all the world makes pilgrim-
M age now' and then for all the world's
H a lover. On the steps of that dainty
M shrine certain rosy messenger boys of
PJ the Cupid's District Telegraph scr-
Pfl vice loiter to whiff the surreptitious
M cigarette; confirmed bachelors quote
M Keats to unconfirmed spinsters,
PJ the schoolboy notices for the first
B time that girls, however undesirable
PJ as an institution, have individual al-
PJ lurcments. There the economist
PJ holds somebody's hand ami argues
U that two can live cheaper than one
PJ, the milkman and the milkmaid say
PJ nothing and make a great to-do about
M it, and Prince Fortunatus decides to
M marry far ihcueath his station. Ah,
M well! it is a wonderful shadow that
PJ his tomb casts, and a universal rime
PJ it bears; the epitaph to the dear
H Saint deceased:
H "The rose is rec'
The violet's blue;
J Sugar is sweet
H And so arc you!"
PJ 'Friend, if you make a trip to Ar-
PJ cadia, do not fail to visit the tomb
PJ of that miraculous King of Hearts,
PJ who- made the foolish wise, and vice
versa, to the unending benefit of the
PJ human race. Collicr'f.
H ADDITIONAL TRUTHS.
J Messrs Kcarns and Keith have re-
H turned from the east, leaving Frank
J Sefrit to pursue their policy of bull-
J dozing, the United States Senate into
J expelling Senator Smoot, Mr. Sefrit
J it is said, is like Keith and Kcarns,
J finding the time inopportune,
J It would seem that Judge Morse
J was somewhat severe in imposing a
J fine of $200 on Mayor Thompson for
J contempt of an circlet of ihe court,
J temporarily enjoining the city from
H turning water from Big Cottonwood
H creek into the new conduit. The dig-
H , nity of the courts, however, must be
J; upheld. The chances arc the fine
J will be remitted.
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