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I in the social Realm
H; Mrs. Viola Pratt Gillette will" be
HI here soon, and will spend two weeks
Hfll with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
Hfli ando Pratt. Shu will not be seen in
HV vaudeville till sonic time in January,
HM when she will be here on her return
HMi from the coast.
HI The Woman's club met Tuesday
HI afternoon with Mrs. U. G. Moscr;
HI Mrs. Gertrude Welch read a paper
HJ on "Public Parks and Play-grounds."
HI Mrs. P. N. Cook spoke on "The
M State's Responsibility to the Child."
HI A new evening card club has been
HV organized. Saturday evening they
HM held a meeting with Mr. and Mrs.
HI' George Kcysor. The next meeting
HJ1 will be held with the Misses Bess
HI and Mildred McMillan.
HM Miss Sybil Geary entertained at a
HJ dancing party Friday evening at the
HH clubhouse of the Ladies' Literary
HM club. The chapcroncs were Mrs. C.
HM J. Geary, Mr. and Mrs. Henry John-
HM son, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cou
HJ Miss Pearl Louise Peed and Claude
HJ Lewis Hewitt were married Mbnday
HJ morning by Rev. C. C. Mclutyrc.
HJ Only a few relatives and fntnds
HJ were present.
H Mrs. Leah Paul Hill of Salt Lake
HJ City, who left some week ago for
HJ a trip abroad, has readied Paris,
HJ where she will remain during the
HJ F. E. Davey has returned from a
HJ trip to California, after an absence
HJ of six weeks. Mrs. Davey remained
HJ with her father in Oakland.
HJ The ladies of St. Mary's church are
HJ working hard in the interest of a
HJ bazaar they will give December 12,
HJ 13 and 14 in the new cathedral.
HJ Mrs. Winifred S. Walker will leave
HJ Saturday for New York, and later
HJ will go to Fort Dupont, to visit Licu-
HJ tenant and Mrs. Robert Campbell.
HJ A. S. PV-'tcrs has gone to New
HJ Lork, where he will spend a month.
HJ Mrs. Deters wjll accompany him
HJ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce and
HJ their son Warren left Tuesday for
HJ Washington, where they will make
HJ their home.
HJ The regular monthly meeting of
HJ the ladies' auxiliary to the Temple
HJ B'nai Israel was held Tuesday aftcr-
HJ noon at the B. B. rooms.
Mrs. Union Worthington and chil
dren arc visiting relatives in Phila
delphia and other Eastern cities.
The Daughters of the Mormon
Battallion met Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Hattie Pickett.
Mrs. Thomas Homer and daughter,
Kathleen, left Tuesday for Los Ange
les to remain for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Uee arc at
home to their friends at 164 East
First South street.
Mrs. Thomas Homer and daugh
ter Kathleen left Tuesday for Los .
Angeles to remain for the winter.
The Mbnday Afternoon Bridge
club met Monday with Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Stowc enter
tained twelve at dinner Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Royal W. Dayncs arc
back from the cast, where they spent
Mr. and Mrs. George Forrester and
son George spent Sunday in Ogden
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Becker.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Thompson are
back after an absence of some weeks
in the cast.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Roberts
arc here visiting the Daly family, and
will remain till after Christmas time.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parker enter
tained at dinner Saturday evening.
Mrs. II. T. Rowe of Ogden is in
town visiting friends.
My books, my old and cherished
L"ovcd better for your homely looks.
To you I turn to flee from care,
In fancy's realm for counsel rare.
When sorrow sends her cup of pain,
I wend my way to you again.
And find surcease in weaker moods,
When pensiveness and trouble
Like the little toy friends,
Loved by "Little Boy Blue,"
I can come back and find
That you always arc true.
fS In Qur Hands
7? wSrWf Your apparel receives the
f Wlii LWkjgrfM painstaking care that ex-
3'2-ZHHHHHh operatives can give J-
SfOHy Attention to minute details
iiiP 9V . has made our work famous
'The Laundry of Quality"
BOTH PHONES 192 166 MAIN ST.
Mrs. J. C. Daly entertained at a
stall party at the Salt Lake theatre
Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Samuel
M. Parker. The guests were Mrs.
Fred U. Leonard, Mrs. William M.
McCrca, Mrs, Edward J. Roberts,
Miss Dora Daly and Miss Mcrce Ber
keley. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sherlock and
daughter, Irene, have returned from
an extended Eastern tour, where they
spent the past month. After a stay
of ten days visiting friends in Salt
Lake and Ogden they leave for Cali
fornia to make their home.
Miss Julia Cullcn entertained the
Gamma Phi sorority of the University
at hor home Wednesday evening.
About forty-five were present, and the
evening was spent with cards and
Israel Jacob Cooper, formerly of
Brockton, Mass., who has been here
at the Wilson hotel for the past three
weeks will be married January 12 to
Miss Anna D. Rose Reynolds of Cin
Capt. and Mrs. Donncmiller, who
were Stationed here with the Twenty
ninth regiment, and have remained
here, will leave next week for the
Phillipines, accompanied by Mrs. Mc-
The Misses Madden, who have been
visiting the past six months with
their mother, Mrs. M. J. Connors of
540 North Fourth West, left Wednes
day for their home at Spokane, Wash.
Mrs. Richard A. Kcycs entertained
seven at an informal luncheon at the
Alta club Wednesday, followed by a
stall party to see "Stronghcart."
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Story, Jr., of
Bozeman, Mont., are here visiting at
the home of the lattcr's brother, Dr.
II. N. Mayo.
The Misses Ilanauer entertained at
a very informal -tea Wednesday after
noon in honor of Mrs. Karl A. Schied.
Miss Belle BIyth of Evanston, Wy
oming is the guest of Miss Loujsc
Putnam on South Eighth East.
Mr. and Mrs. .W-.ALcc are now at
home to their friends at 1064 East
BRIEF AND BREEZY.
The Louis Chandler Presidential ,
boom has a fine upholstered cradle
in which it will very quickly be rock
ed to sbep.
In view of the assertions that two
thirds of the weight of a girl is sug
ar it is evident from the doings in our
divorce courts that a good many mar
ried men arc finding too much sand
in the sugar.
A Rough Rider lias just been ap
pointed acting Postmaster at Dallas,
Texas. The general impression that
all the members of "my regiment,"
had 'been supplied with Federal jobs
long ago, is evidently wrong.
Report says Piatt feels boyish
again. With Rockefeller just turn- I
ing fourteen, and Piatt in the kid 1
class again, please inform us, some
one, where docs Mr Osier get off?
A story form Indianapolis says
that Mr. Fairbanks got his hold up- I
on the people by his warfare on free j
silver. Let's sec; maybe cocktails &
weren't invented then.
That Tcnncssecan who declared
he was a better hunter than Roose
vlt, was, of course at once arrested . '
and asked to explain.
Captain Hobson's Japanese war will
have to be classed among the theat
'ical failures of the season.
Mr. Taft wants it distinctively un
derstood that he is not of a retiring
A cocktail by any other name will
be much more welcome to Mr. Fair
banks and officcscckirs hereafter. ,
Persia is getting the new cabinet
. habit almost as badly as Roosevelt.