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Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, August 14, 1909, Image 16

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H I The pleasing news comes from Cowes that
H u K Consuelo, Duchess of Marlborough, has again dis-
H i linguished herself this time by saving King Ed-
H , ward VII. from choking.
H r The King, It appears, it troubled with a malig-
H ' nant growth In his throat, and at times this
H j t growth gets to working on a business understand-
H Ing with the royal food as it traverses the Guel-
H i phlan gullet. At such times his Brittanic majesty
H is in grave danger of choking to death.
H On the occasion here particularly referred to,
H his majesty was observed to pause in the mastica-
H ? tion of a mouthful and eye the ceiling with an
j unearthly regard. That lie was not admiring the
H frescoes was quite evident from the shocked ex
H ; prQssion that, overspread the royal countenance.
H ' , The whole table was In consternation. The royal
H surgeon was on shore the incident occurred on
H : board his majesty's yacht and the queen had
Bfc just sent a messenger on deck in search of a
B possible stray surgeon, with but little hopo of
H finding one, when tho resourceful Consuelo arose
H and, stepping up behind the king, began, with
H , out ceremony, to thump tho royal back.
H At the third impact of the ducal fist, it was
H evident that his majesty had obtained relief, for
H ? the light 'of human intelligence began to reillume
H the royal eye. The queen thanked Consuelo and
H the king laughed. Everything was lovely, and the
H goose hung high. But the roomful of English no
H billtles stood aghast; for, to quote the press dls
H patches, "her grace of Marlborough had done what
H no other woman in the room would have dared
H to do."
H Thus it would appear that Edward VII. owes
H his precious life to his royal predecossor, George
III., who forced tho American colonists into re
H hellion, and thereby caused the foundation of a
H nation of people who .are just as unafraid to
H thump royalty on the back when necessity arises
H as their ancestors were to punch it in the ribs
H wlun occasion demanded.
H The events incident to the coming of the vet-
H erans have practically overshadowed all social ar-
H fairs of the week, though the reception in honor
H of Cardinal Gibbons, which took place at the resi-
H. dence of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kearns, where his
H eminence is a guest, was one of the most brilliant
H functions of tho many which have taken place at
Hi the beautiful residence. Receiving with the guest
Iof honor were Mr. and Mrs. Kearns, Mrs. E. O.
McCormlck, Bishop Scanlan, Bishop O'Connell
and Bishop Foley. Assisting In the other rooms
were Mrs. Daniel Galllvan, Mrs. J. B. Cosgriff,
i Mrs. James Finlan, Miss Dorothy Kinney, Miss
HI Mary Halloran, Miss Katherlne Wall, Miss Ethel
Hi Mount, and Miss Margaret Gibbon.
H i
A beautiful wedding of Tuesday evening was
that of Miss Cora Louise Little, daughter of F.
W. Little, and Raymond T. Boot, of Denver, Colo
rado, the ceremony taking place at the First Con
gregational church, the Reverend P. P. Pennaman
officiating. Mrs. Clayton I. Thatcher was matron
of honor, and Miss Hazel Tomlinson and Miss
Lena Moore bridesmaids. T. Corlin Allen, of Den
ver, was best man for Mr. Boot, and C. I. Thatcher
and Leslie Squires were the ushers. Following
the ceremony a wedding supper was served at
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The Misses Margaret and Carolyn Bache, Nieces of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McGurrin "Who Are Spending The Summer Here.
the home of the bride, some thirty of the friends
of the young people being present. Mr. and Mrs.
Boot will make their home in Denver, arriving
there about September 1st.
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A lot of fuss is being made by the papers
again in the affair of Miss Mary Adele Case of
Portland, and young Spreckles. It will be re
membered that the young man's father had the
engagement broken, and now comes the rumor
that tho friends of the youngsters believe that
possibly they wore secretly married. Th's, how
ever, has been denied.
A year ago at Coronado, young Spreckles was
I yMMl It's Apparent
H 'Ti '"Wift r a users f our laundry pro-
I Lf Jjjfffl ducts that it reflects the results of
I LMfe fr exPert knowledge of proper meth-
H - -jST 0s Then Softe?ied Water gives it
I XtftoKA t'le clear? clean appearance.
Hj Both Phones 19a Tbc Laundry of Quality 166 Main Street
most attentive to a Salt Lake beauty whose wit
and accomplishments have attracted many, but
they are merely good friends and it seems that
is as far as their mutual interest goes.
Dr. and Mrs. John T. WJiite entertained at
cards on Tuesday in honor of Miss Martha John
son and Miss Aimee Best. '!
W. M. McCrea will return from Denver next
Col. John T. Donnelan, of Sacramento, Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Daly. 1
Mrs. John S. Upham entertained the Bridge
club at tho post on Wednesday. f
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Gustin gave a dinner at the '
Country Club on Wednesday for Mr. Paul Webb, I
of Chicago. j
Mrs. S. C. Adams, Mrs. Raymond Masson, and
Miss Dorothy Kinney were the guests of honor l
at a delightful luncheon at the Country Club on
Wednesday, given by Mrs. W. H. Cuningham. j
Mrs. George. L. Savage was the hostess at a n
luncheon at her home on Tuesday.
With the Bathing I
Season at Its
We offer to the women of Salt Lake
some exceptional values in bathing caps
They are of a variety of color and
style, and range in price from 50c up
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Cap Shopp

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