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I in me social Realm
Mi A home wedding Tuesday evening
B was that of Miss Ilattic 11. Harnett
F and Harry F. Marcnthal of Hay City,
M Mich. The ceremony was performed
Mi in the presence of a few relatives and
M close friends. A dinner followed.
M The bride wore a pretty gown of
B' white chiffon broadcloth, made prin-
M cess trimmed in pearls, llcr sister,
M Miss Janic Darnctt, in cream with
M pink roses, attended as maid of hon-
m or. Robert L. Marcnthal, a brother
M of the bridegroom of Bay City, Mich.,
M acted as best man. Mr. and Mrs.
1 Marcnthal left on the late train for
M an extended trip in the East.
M Harold Lamb will be home and
M will spend the holiday season with
M his father, W. G. Lamb; Sherman
M Armstrong is already here from the
M west, and so arc a number of the
B Stanford students. Miss Margaret
M Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
M R. Walker, and the Misses Margaret
M and Edna Dunn, will be here from
M Miss Bennett's school on the Iltul-
M son, and will remain till after New
M Miss Silva Jarvis and Hjalmar Jcn-
M sen were married Monday night by
W Bishop II. C. Ivcrsou at the home of
1 the bride's parents. A large reccp-
H tion followed. The bride wore a
m pretty gown of white silk taffeta and
M carried white roses. Her attendant
fl was Miss Anna -Gothvcrk.
H A number of the neighbors of Mrs.
H George Y. Wallace visited her home
H Monday evening, as a surprise to
H wish her many happy returns of her
H birthday. The affair was arranged
B by Mr. Wallace and Mrs. P. R. Fcr-
H guson. The evening was spent quite
M Mrs. Bohn of Ogdcn is spending .t
Mt few days Jicre with her daughters,
M. Mrs. Herbert McMillan and Mrs.
K George E. Forrester.
M Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr and her lit-
M tie daughter, Ruth, arc here to, spend
M: the holiday season with the Lc
H i Grande Young family.
B Miss Alice Slavan left Monday
M evening for California to spend the
holidays with friends.
H, There was a meeting of the Wa
V, V Wan center Tuesday evening at the
1 y studio of Arthur Shepherd.
Mrs. O. Wi. Powers is home from
the cast, having spent the past week
tm -i with her parents in Illinois.
H )j Mrs. Henry La Motte gave a tea
1 Wednesday afternoon in compliment
!, to her sister, Miss Simpson.
i Loyd alliance gave a Kensington
H ' Tuesday afternoon at Unity hall.
Mr. asd Mrs. William Broogs an.l
son, Sidney, tire now at home to their
friends at the Keith apartments.
Mrs. J. F. Irvine is here from Cali
cnte, spending a few weeks with rela
tives. The Wasatch Literary circle met
Tuesday at Gunton Memorial chapel.
Miss Lulu Br.rr has returned from
a visit to New York lasting several
THE CHRIST CHILD.
Over the town and over the hill,
Droppeth the -snow flakes white and
'Tis now the season of the year,
When the Christ Child enters homes
He visits the cot of the peasant poor,
And finds warm welcome at the door,
Within whose humble hearth is seen,
A' Christmas tree of brightest green.
Around the rich man's classic walk,
lie enters the broad ajul spacious
With the mystic message from afar,
Of the shepherds and the Star the
The cobbler sitting in the twilight
Carols alone the yule tide hymn.
May the love for the Christ Child
For his message is one of perfect
BRIEF AND BREEZY.
If you did not find what you were
looking for, in the President's mes
sage, you were hard to please.
"Congressmen all. at sea," reporti
a New York Sun headline. Which
may be true; but they are not all on
the water wagon.
While all this praise is being pas
sed around to the men who aided in
checking a panic, it looks as if recog
nition of some kind is due those pat
riotic people who left their money in
The editor of the Congressional
Record is in a peculiar position, sine:
he can reject no manuscripts, how
ever worthless, that come 'to him
through the regular Congregassion
They may ring in a pinochle deck
on Speaker Cannon during a poker
game, but when congress is in ses
sion he is the one generally accused
of stacking the cards.
S n Qur Hands I
& mtwE Ttui Your Apprel receives the I
A ySl operatives can give & 1
:mJSm Attention to minute details I
IlliP JPffiPfP'h ., as mae our work famous I
TROY LAUNDRY I
"'The Laundry of Quality" I
BOTH PHONES 192 166 MAIN ST. I
Will Mr. Roosevelt make this a
''personally conducted'' session of
The Pohn D. Rockefeller, Jr., Bible
class ought to get out a revised edi
tion of ihc Scriptures' that will please
John Sharp Williams, the Demo
cratic leader in Congress, is a pret
ty good rider, and he doesn't mind if
the Democratic donkey doer, buck
a little . .'
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Although Ella Wheeler Wilcox has
just celebrated her fifty-fourth birth
day, she is still the champion girli
ertl writer of them all.
"The f ma'n who works cnightecn
hours a.' day as a habit is a plain ass,"
says the Los Angeles Times. If
thereby he keeps another man out of
a job he is also a plain hog.
The Boston Globe prints a long
editorial on "The Need of Interior
Waterways." There is no getting
around the fact that the prohibition
ists have made that an important
A Columbia University professor
says evolution is nothing but a scries
of lucky accidents. Hereafter when
a man is bumped1 by an automobile
and gets heavy damages he may know
that he is merely cvoluting accord
ing to programme.
The Montgomery Adviser claims to
know a negro who recently caught
f'orty-thrce possums in one night.
He cannot be charged with possum
hoggery or with slaughtering for
slaughters sake, however, as possum
are always taken alive, and this may
represent as much as two weeks sup.
ply for the family
Postmaster Gencr.il Meyer, strong
ly urges congress, to establish post'jl
saving banks. That the establish
ment of such banks would be th"
most brilliant act of statesmanship
recorded for over thirty years, thcr
can be no doubt. "The recent "finan
cial uni-'Jcasantness" we h,ivc just
passed through, would never have oc J
cured, if we had1 such banks, in o'i- 1
eration. Everyone admits that the 1
recent short panic was caused by
1 cople becoming freighteiicd, and l
taking their money out of the bank",
and looking it up in old stocking" '
and safe deposit vaults. This takc3 '
money out of circulation and crip
pies business most woefully. If the
government h?.d these banks all ovc"
the country, where a small interest
is paid, the money would have been
left in those banks ana thus in cir
culation. People arc willing to trust
the government, but some of them
fear the banks, in uncertain times.
Every voter in the United States
should write to his representative and
senator, urging him to vote for the
enactment of a postal sovings bank.
Write at once.
The Detroit News says Mr. Taft
deliberately dropped his glasses in
Seattle and picked them up without
a grunt. Picture post cards show
ing him performing tliat stunt would
have a big sale.
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-My one star vanished from the skies,
Deep grief was blind to tearful eyes,
And life was ladencd down with sighs.
When mother died.
Beyond the shimmering light of dawn,
New thoughts came winging on the
Whispering glad tidings, new hopes
For mother lives.