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U j 14 GOODWIN'S WBBKLY.
Socially Inclined Hi 1 ; n 1 .3 Of course the usual custom of describing tlfe HrU' '5 latest thing as the "best over" is always thought HH I to apply, but without any reflection on tilings m ,1 terpslchorean, it may safely bo said that never Rjf j did Salt Lake society so outdo itself as at the HHi ball Thursday evening. So many costumes really H u elaborate and striking have never been seen here. Kg L It was like an assembly of the right sort. On Hm every hand were evidences of the affair having Bk been managed properly, both before hand and at H , the time. The first was due to the energetic H(j bunch of women who had hold of the affair, and BK! ' the second to Kenneth Kerr and his "able assist- Hjj' j ants." The last named were not in evidence, but M L Komi was, and never did he show his talonts to 1 better advantage. HH - And just a word for the martyr folk who spent HV5, the evening behind the scenes, but not out of H . ! sight. Those women who toiled, but took no time R5 i to spin were the real workers. When "sweet HH ! f charity" takes such a hold on a woman that she HRl ! ! will labor as they did, it must be a protty fine HH I i' thing. Hlj I There were some cordial greetings to old Hi friends. Aileen Maclean's pretty face and figure HHK were the center of groups of friends. Mrs. A. W. D ! 2 and she, too, was warmly welcomed. And such a HB; ': gown! My, but it was a stunner! We who have Hj 1 read of golden hats never dreamed that they Hi 3 McCune, Jr., had not been seen for a long time, H ) ; I would be so good looking. But the favorites of H j j I every day were all there, and never were look- HB j ing so handsome. Indeed, to go back to the be- R ! 3 ginning, one may well say, and with truth, it was H, (I the "best ever." Hn j The week opened fair to middling with a din- WBb " nor given by the Howards Sunday evening for HBf ' i Mrs. Baker, the Ferry guest, which was followed HH , f v closely by an Orpheam rrfy of the same people HH ' the next night, given by the Hebor M. Wells'. HH j j The guests on each occasion included the Close Jm , ' friends of Mrs. Baker, who left during the week HH ! i ' for her home in Everett. ! t ,j! (I Mrs. Arthur Bird Inaugurated a new thing yes- , y terday in the way of entertaining. Sha invited a , y party of her friends to go to the rink in the early ! afternoon and get a "skate," and later when each !' one had shown her fancy stunts to the others, Hf'j , and all were wishing they know more clever things HHi I ' to do, she took them home and appeased their ap HBJ M petites with tea. R It " " !; It It was amusing to readers or the papers to see 1 I one of the dallies coming gravely to the front the HH ; middle of the past week with the anounccment of B: j the Clement-Cloman nuptials now aproaching. In HK ; f view of the fact that it had appeared in another Ktf' paper a week earlier and in these columns a wc k H , ago today, it was not so newsy as it was funny. H 1 v ie mtM B . The stotk has been taking an artistic turn M ? lately and brought a real "sure-enough" Gibson H $ j girl to a Popperton home the very first thing this H inl week. The girl ho brought to the Aliens the day H j1' before, while not posing as u. Gibson girl is H X,, gaid by exports to be equally as much like one of the originals. i& & & Mrs. Harry Irwin celebrated her retuVn with a sweet little dove party at a dinner Monday even ing. The feljows were all green with jealousy over the affair, but no one but matrons and maids were admitted. This is the popular matron whose presence has lent cheer to the Newhouse home t during the absence of tho Newhouses in the east. j I y & , i t' The gjod old English custom of having a IHf j whole roast pig has come back. The guests at a m mm recent function were surprised and delighted to behold a small porker with the regulation apple in his mouth, gravely eyeing them from the plat tor. & & & Mrs. Joe. Siegel has gone to New York for the winter season. & & & Mrs. Arthur Belial and her mother, Mrs. Simon Bamberger loft Tuesday for New York. W -y Miss Beatrice Cheesman goes to Bingham to day tor a short stay with tho Louis Cates family. & J & One man has been trying so hard to get at tho facts about a recent dinner that he lays himself Violet's Latest Is "Veldor" An exquisitely fragrant perfume which we are giving an introduction in Salt Lake, and it bids fair to prove the most popular product ever created by that noted per fumereur. We have it in Soap, Sachet Powder, Face Powder, Toilet Water, and in the Extract. Ask for "Veldor." SCHRAMM'S "Where the Cars Stop" THE GREAT PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE The Market Place of Those Who Live Well centers about numbers 878 and 880 First street. If you have visited this store, you know why. If not, there is no better time than now to find it out. KNOTTS &P KNOTTS 878-880 First Street .a SALT LAKE CITY'S MANUFACTURING FURRIER A s T C PT AQ7 (I Tfo Wilson Hotel Annex x ULU Formerly at 270 Main LL Hfr (24 E. Second South) FURS Certainly you will buy them at Glosz'sthe only store in Salt Lake City that deals exclusively in Furs, and manufactures its stock. Our "from animals1, back to you" feature eliminates between profits and assures you of the lowest possible prices on all Furs. I Our many years of experience has made our business an open book to. the average Salt Laker. We depand on the lip-to-lip testimonials of satisfied customers to sell 01 r products not printer's ink. Sealskin Garments and other Fur Coats made to order a specialt . Remodelling, repairing, re-dyeing and cleaning of Furs. Any small deposit will secure your Furs until wanted. Every thi?ig in Furs9 and nothing but Furs GLOSZ'S Wilson Hotel Annex open Evenings 24 E. Second South I