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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 11 ' 1H
FIVE Sundays In fifteen days Is "go
ing It rather strong" on holi
days, and It is with a senso of
sad satiety that ono returns to the
usual round of six working days and -ono
rest day. Those Thursdays after
I Christmas and New Year's day wore
I so Hko Mondays "blue Mondays"
1 I that it took hours to realize that it was
I the week's end and not the beginning
I that lay ahead.
1 If there is a day in the year that
m fa Ives ono a real emotion it is Jan. 1.
Philosophers say overy day begins a
I now year. This is true of all but one
I "of the 3C5 days. The new year be-
gins on the first of January and the
last ono ushered in what we all need
I a fresh chance.
I What use will the various elemonts
I that compose Salt Lake society make
of this chance? In what way does
1 this winter differ from last as to cus-
tonis and manners, diversions and oc-
Tho first question can bo answered
only by time, but the second is of the
moment. Tho great demarcation be-
tween this and other social seasons
in the revival of dancing as an amuse-
ment. Men and women who have not
danced for years aro renewing their
youth and elasticity by dancing early
and late, in large companies and small
1 Thero Is a man in New York who
I is reported to get a thousand dollars
1 a night just because he plays tho new
dance tunes on the piano in the ball
iooms of tho multi-millionaires with
a. "verve" and "abandon" that no
band could rival and that would be-
( guile von a man with two cork legs
to dance the ono-step or tango.
The stops in vogue as danced by
many aro not pleasing to the eye, but
give much pleasure to the do-ncers.
Salt Lake people have yet to learn tho
art of dancing them with the gliding
stop fashionable in the east, where
there is nono of tho hopping and skip
ping which make our ballrooms so
diverting to the onlooker.
Apropos of this terpsiohorean vogue,
a very prominent east side matron was
much amused when in answer to her
question as to what would be tho
most accoptablo Christmas gift sho
could bostow on a good child,, tho hit
ter's mothor declined various prac
tical suggestions and said that sho
would rather the gift should tako the
form of lessons in dancing. Times
have changod since the godmothers'
gifts woro prayorbooks and Bibles.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Delano are
planning to spend tho next year or
Imore abroad and they will leave to
day to sail from San Francisco. They
gd, In oompany with a party of friends
and W J. Halloran and his daughter,
Mier Floronco Halloran, will probably
join tjio samo party.
Mrjs. Samuel R. Colladny was the
, hostess Monday afternoon at a most
. ' enjoyable tea at her home on East
First South street. White carnations
and feins decked tho tec? table, and
hero, taking turns at pouring tea and
coffee, were Mrs James Hogie, Mrs.
Charles II. Anderson, Mrs. J. M. Cal-
lo'and Mrs. J. A. Swa'nson. A num- "
, b6r of young girls assisted, among
them Miss Rosalffrond Ritchie, Miss
Darlone Kimball, Miss Lucy Lewis
Miss Kathorlne Lo"wis and Miss Lillian
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Handln en
tertained a few friends Monday even
ing In honor of Miss Adeline Jacob
son and her finance, Curtyn F. Parr,
whose wedding cards are out. A
number of affairs wore given for the
young people during tho week. MIss
Edna Shepard entertained at a bridge
tea on Thursday "afternoon for thox i
bride, Miss Malda Hegney gave ii. sim
ilar affair on Friday afternoon, and
on Sunday Miss Carter will entertain
at a tea for Miss Jacobson and Mr. 3,
A large number of those interested
called at the W. S. McCornlok home
yesterday afternoon to meet Miss
Roberta Fletcher of Washington, who
was the guest of honor at a, reception -given
by Mrs. McCornick and the
members of the Utah Congress of
Mothers. Mrs. C. E. Allen assisted in
receiving the guests, together with
Mrs. McCornick and Miss Fletcher,
and in the dining room, where tea
was served, Mrs. Arthur Bird and
Miss Keogh served.
Mr. and Mrs. Reno Engel of Paris
are tho guests of Dean and Mrs. Byron
Cummings. Mr. Engel, who is a min
ing engineer, -Is a graduate of the Sar
bonne and is considering locating In
Salt Lake City.
Invitations have beon issued by Mr.
and Mrs. Tony Jacobson for tho mar
riage of their daughter Adeline to
Curtyn F. Parr, which will take
place Wednesday, January 15, at the
Miss Grace Frost and her aunt, Miss
Gilmore, and Miss Etta Powers, re
turned Sunday evonlng from Santa
Miss Hope Korvln has arrived from
tho coast and is with her mother, Mrs.
M. H. Korvln at the Bransford.
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Child have re
turned after a short trip oast and
are again at tho Hotel Utah.
Mrs. Thomas Koarns, Miss Helen
Koarns, -Miss Bessio Faddls and Ed
mund and Thomas Koarns, Jr., all left
T -I 4,
together Sunday for the Koarns ranch,
Los Guillicos, near Santa Rosa. Mrs.
Daniel Galllvan, Mrs. Koarns' sister,
will go down next woek with her chil
dren for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Spencer enter
tained about twenty-five friends at a
delightful muslcalo and supper Sun-
day evening at their homo, the affair
being in compliment to Miss Emma
Mrs. T. G. Webber is back from a
visit with her son, Dr. Shirley Web
ber, in Chicago, and also the George
M. Nye family In Denver.
Mr. and Mrsu0j.eorgo P. Holman are
home after a lengthy stay In New
York, and are again in their residonce
on East South Temple street.
A wireless was received Tuesday by
the Wall family from the Shinyo
Maru in mid-Pacific ocean from Lieu
tenant and Mrs.iNed M. Green telling
of a delightful voyage.
Miss Edith Shearman and her
brother, W. H. Shearman, entertained
a fw of thoir friends Monday evening
,ata Twelfth Night party at their homo
to burn tho Christmas greens.
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Crltchlow
gathered a few of their friends in for
a Twelfth Night party at their home
Monday evening to celebrate the re
turn of the former to his- usual good
Captain and Mrs. E. Iluddleaton of
Lawrence, Kan., and a sister of the
former, Mrs. Smith from Pueblo,
Colo., havo been guests for a few days
past at the homo of Colonel and Mrs.
E. A. Wall and left Tuesday evening
for Los Angeles.
H. A. Matlll, .professor of chomistry
In the U. of U., has arrived from tho
east with his bride and will shortly
be settled in thoir homo here.
Miss Helen S. Banflold has re
turned from spending the holidays
with hor parents In Austin, Minn.
"COME Willi ME TO MAXIM'S."
The high standard of excellence
maintained by tho management of the
Cafe Maxim in the Konyon hotel
building has won for that place a high
mark in the estimation of discrim
inating diners. For those who relish
perfect cuisine and splendid music,
Maxim's Is the ono place to visit. The
business men's lunchoons during the
week aro a strong drawing featuro
and ono that has enhanced the repu
tation of theT'house. The dinners in
the evening are popular as well.
While the best chefs In tho city are
delighting tho Inner man, a number
of especially engaged artists are bus
ily engaged In tho work of delighting
the oar with songs and musical soUk -tions.
Manager Willo has engaged
Miss Elizabeth Meyers, Miss Bessie
Dumas and McDonald & Mahr to
entertain his guests, and they, with
a splendid orchestra, do It to an ar
tistic finish. For a luncheon or a
dinner, Maxim's Is THE place. (Adv.)
Stick to Stickney's. (Adv.)
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