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m- . : .. .. , . ' &85 I Invitations will be Issued today for ' the reception at the University club on the evening1 of February 11th, which Is Just now the event In which society Is 1 moat interested. The beautiful new I, clubhouse will be entirely finished and i furnished by that time and will present ' a brilliant appearance on the evening1 of Its Initial reception. Some four hundred 1. Invitations are to be Issued. All the de ll tails for the event are In charge of the B entertainment committee, Including J. I Walcott Thompson, Hugh Satterlee and J Grant Hampton, and that It will be a I brilliant social success Is assured. Two other social events which are being an- tlcipatcd with much interest are the dance to be given by Albert Fnlrchild I Holden at the Ladles' Literary club on Tuesday evening and the last of the as semblies before the Lenten season, to be given one week from that night, j I. I. C. Breakfast. ' For many a day will the delightful' 1, first breakfast of the Ladles' Literary club linger In the memories of those who were there, because It was in many re flects one of the most charmingly ar ' ranged and brilliant events In the social life of Salt Lake City. More than ICO guests were there, 120 of whom were t club members, the remaining number l their guests. Of these, fifteen were for- L merly presidents of the club, and It was a source of genuine pleasure to all that among the number was the first presi dent, Mrs. J. C. Royle, than whom there Is no better known or better loved club- I woman In all the "West A little token I'. from the club was presented to Mrs. J Royle by Mrs. F. D. Blckford, the pres- ent presiding officer, in the form of a . beautiful cluster of American Beauties. t( Mrs. Blckford also received a remem- branqe from the clubwomen, a large ( ' cluster of chrysanthemums. I Mrs, J. M. Dart was toastmls tress, and surely eo one could have filled the place more acceptably, every Introduction bubbling with the wit and humor for which Mrs. Dart is noted among those who know her. Nor were the responses ' less brilliant, and for an hour and a half succeeding the dessert course the guests enjoyed such a feast of good things In the way of toasts as has- seldom been heard here. Mrs. F. D. Blckford was the first on the programme and respond ed to "Our , President." She was fol lowed by Mrs. J. C. Royle, who spoke of "The Good Old Days." The next and youngest member of the club, Miss Ethel Paul, told of the "Woes of the Chair man," after which Mrs. C. E. Allen spoke on "Tht Clubwoman In Politics." "The Old "Woman and the Now Club" was the snibject of Mrs. Fabian's de lightful toast, followed by Mrs. Cain's response to "The Club's Brothcrs-In Law." Mrs. Nelden's toast was "The Club Outlook." and Mrs. M. L. Ritchie's "The Autocrat at the Breakfast Table." Informal remarks were also made by Mrs. W. R. WIghtman. Mrs. Hal "W. Brown and Mrs. J. W, Beatie, a former president of the club, who came from Boise to attend the breakfast. The clubhouse was very artistically arranged for the breakfast. "White and green were carried out in the decora tions and menu. A beautiful shower of white carnations and plumosa fell from the chandeliers over the center of the table, from which rose a circular mound of plumosa nnd white carnations. Sprays of the plumosa trailed down the center of each table, while the colors of green nnd white were also carried out in the menu cards. Jacobs-White "Wedding. Of deepest interest to many friends was the marriage of Miss Grace Jacobs and Lieut. Sherman A. "White, which took place last Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents on East Temple street. A number of the old friends of the bride and groom, Includ ing the officers and ladles from the post, attended the wedding', which was a very beautifully appointed one. The parlor, where the ceremony was per formed, was especially pretty. A canopy of smllax extended from the chandelier to the bow window, from the center of which was suspended a beautiful wedding boll of whlto carna tions. Tall palms formed a pretty back ground, while on either side were vases of. American Beauties. Vases of these flowers also stood on mantel, table ard piano. White carnations and smllax were used entirely In the decoration of the library, while on the small refresh ment tables In the dining-room -were vases of pink carnations and asparagus plumosa. Clusters "of palms beautified the hall, and, the bannister -was en twined with smllax. Rev. Dr. Paden of the First Presby terian church performed the ceremony. At S:30 o'clock the bride, leaning on the arm of her father, descended the stairs, the orchestra playing the wedding march from "Lohengrin." She wore a lovely gown of white chiffon, made en 'tralnc, the bodice trlirimed with an ex quisite bertha of duchess lace. A vol! of tulle extended to the hem of the gown. The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley. Capt. Harbeson was best man, and, with the groom and officiating clergy man, awaited the bride in the parlor. "While tho service was being read the orchestra played the Intermezzo from "Cavallerla Rusticanna" very softly and at Its conclusion the strains of the wedding- march by Mendolssohn were heard. Lieut, arid Mrs, White left the same evening' for San Francisco, and will sail tomorrow for Manila, which Is to be their home for the present. The best wishes of their host of friends In this city will attend them on their long jour ney across the Pacific and thi-ough life. Hoble-Robinson Nuptials. Worden P. Noble has announced the engagement of his daughter, Ida, to Lewis Cecil Robinson. The wedding will take place on Tuesday morning, February 0th at the Noble home, Bishop Scanlan officiating. The bride will be attended by her sisters. Mrs. Robert Gould Smith and Miss Margaret Noble. Only a few of the Intimate friends of the bride and groom will be present, arid the young couple will leave imme diately after the ceremony for an East ern trip. St. Paul's Reception. Ono of the largely attended and pleasant events of the week was the parish reception at St. Paul's Episcopal church rectory last Monday evening, following the service In the church in honor of St. Paul's day. The rectory was very prettily decorated with palms, smllax and vases of pink carnations, the electric lights and candelabra being shaded in pink. About 300 were present during the evening. Rev. and Mrs. Per kins were assisted In receiving by Dr. nnd Mrs. D. Moore Lindsay, Judge and Mrs. W. A. Sherman, Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Reeves, Mrs. J. T. Donnellan, Mrs. J. R. Walker, Mrs. W. E. Vlgus, Mrs. Cheescman, Mrs. Belcss and Mrs, Gaby. Miss Webber Entertains. One of the most elegantly appointed and delightful dinner parties of the win ter was that of Thursday evening, when Miss Webber entertained a few friends. It was a progressive dinner, and four round tables accommodated the guests. In the center of each table was a crys tal candlestick, with a shade of deep pink, and surrounding it a beautiful circular piece of smllax and pink carna tions, with large bows of pink ribbon. The place cards were beautiful, being decorated with Christy girls done in water colors. Covers were laid for eighteen, the guests changing partners and tables between tho courses. Palms were used throughout In the decoration of tho main floor of the Webber home, and narcissus was effectively used In tho drawing-room in addition to the palms. Popular Couple Wed. Miss Maud Lewis, a well-known teacher of this city, on Tuesday last be came the bride of J. L. Craig, the popa lar traveling freight agent of th O S L. The ceremony took place at 3 o'clock In the afternoon at the homo of Attractive Salads and ijjf ill Knfree For February jj if WHESE arc the days which try ! M the soul, patience and pocket- V IB book of the conscientious H housewife. The winter vege- Hj tables have become monoto- ' aous, and the early spring varieties are Hk prohibitive except to a favored few , who are able to command the markets of the world. If one will take the trou- Hj i-. ble to look Into the matter there are ways and means of changing the taste H and appearance of even a long served 1 1 dish into an attractive dainty fit to set j before an American king, "'l Perhaps In no direction Is the dlffer- if. ence between the skilled and careful J cook and the one who haa neither of 1 t these qualities more clearly shown than V ); In the ability to produce tho best re- i ' suits with the materials at hand. Noth- ' I ins reduces the weekly bills more com- HP , ( , fortablr and without the effort becom- ' lng patent to the rest of the household Hl than the faculty for making every llt- tic t This lo a branch of the culinary art In s which the educated woman who makes I ( domestic science a study and not a task h excels her less cultivated sister. She H I r brings a wider learning to the service I I and therefore Is capable of attaining Hj ! far better results, Hi I Ab a matter of fact, the . average HL housekeeper often begins her planning Hl of the dally menu in the wrong place. P Instead of making her starting point ' from the materials on hand and those ; most easily procurable she draws up the list without consideration for these important factors and purchases , fresh supplies which produce no better HV results than If she had used the little HE ,' odds and ends available. It is the cus- i torn to serve vegetables, as a rule, bo simply that tho possibilities of making i a diHh by combining them with other H- J things Is not always thought of. Hl It Is right here that the salad comes H Into prominence as an economical and delightful feature of the daily bill of k fare. A cupful of peas, a few French K' I beans, some heads of canned aspara- HL gu3, not to mention scraps of fish, flesh 1 li and fowl, which are constantly left over B f all these offer themselves as a basis Hl j, for the appetizing salad. It seems to V 'i mo that the salad meets the culinary H midseason's needs more successfully H 7 ir.at anything else, and yet how sel- i dom on American tables has It the x.' Plae f honor it so richly deserves! It rl m,Knt wel1 Dc called the wit of the gas fc trnomlc world, as it lends a piquancy and zest to the most jaded palate and a dignity to the simplest meal. If the resources at hand be scanty the salad is always a welcome and eas ily made addition. If, on the contrary, the list of dishes Js a long one nothing CHEW! Cheese anh nmzRcnEaa r un Is more refreshing to the eye or palate than n delicate, well seasoned salad. But there must be a Judicious selection If Its success Is to be assured. For elaborate dinners the simple green sal ad Is most in place, while for luncheons and suppers there are fish, poultry and fancy salads In almost endless'varlety. With dark colored game and poultry some kind of acid fruit, such as or anges or sour apples, should bo intro duced into the salad. On tho other hand, nuts and celery should be pres ent In a salad destined to accompany roast turkey, while lettuce leaves dressed with the best vinegar and oil may, be served with plain roasts and Joints. Salads made in the French fashion of cold vegetables, such as po tatoes, carrots, beans and cauliflower, are more acceptable with cold meats. The vegetables, are arranged In little separate heaps In the bowl after being ' mixed with French dressing. If a Rus sian salad Is proposed the vegetables are cut Into tiny dice or balls with a little convenience which comes espe cially for this work. For variety the ordinary potato salad with mayonnaise is. given a piquancy if treated, German fashion, with cream and a little mustard marinated in vin egar, olj and salt. An exceedingly good salad Is made from the remains of salmon and green peas. Remove skin and bones from the these with pepper, oil, vinegar and salt, using more vinegar than for other dressing, as the fish Itself contains sc the bride's mother, Mrs. T. B. Lewis, and was performed by Bishop Orson F. Whitney. Quito a number of relatives, both from Ogden and this city wit nessed the ceremony. Miss Laura Lewis was maid of honor and wore a pretty gown of crepe de chine. The bride, who wore a stylish going-away gown of light cloth, was given away by her brother, Theodore Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis left on the ,5 o'clock train for Kansas City, where they will visit with relatives and friends for a few weeks before returning to Salt Lake to make their home. After March 1st they will be at home to their friends at the Cullen hotel. Dance at University. A merry part' of young people en Joyed the dance at the University on Friday evening given by the First-Tear society. The large hall In the museum building was most effectively decorated In the schol colors, with palms nnd other potted plants arranged about the hall. Some 300 young people enjoyed the ex'enlng and were chaperoned by Mrs. J. T. Kingsbury, Mrs. Harvey Holmes, Mrs. Byron Cummings, Mrs. William M. Stewart and Mrs. George M. Marshall. Entertained at Dinner. Miss Mclntyrc and Mr. Dern, whose engagement has but recently been an nounced, were guests of honor at a very charmingly appointed dinner on Wednesday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Ellerbeck. Red was used entirely In the decoration of the dining-room, carried out In carnations and candelabra shades, the effect being altogether pleasing. In addition to the guests of honor there were present Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dick. Mr. and Mrs. George Dern, Miss Elizabeth Mclntyre, Miss Edythe Ellerbeck, James E. Clin ton, Jr., and Lynn Clinton. Engagement Announced. Mra Minnie J. Snow has announced the engagement of her daughter, Ma belle, to Alfred L. Cole of Logan. The marriage will take place at tho Salt Lake Temple on February 10th and, af ter a short trip, the young people will make their home In Logan. Pleasant Character Ball. The "Fenclbles" gave a most enjoy able character ball at the Armory on Monday last, enjoyed by about 20 Opeo plc. Flags and bunting, crossed guns and swords, made the hall most attract ive. A punch table, prettily decorated with smllax and carnations, was ar ranged In one corner. Many amusing characters were represented and the ball was one of the most successful and en joyable yet given by the popular "Fen clbles." Wedded in Temple. Mies Florence Anderson, the popular daughter of James H. Anderson of this city, and Clement H. Horsley were mar ried In the Temple on Wednesday after noon by President Joseph H. Smith. A very pleasant reception was held In the evening at the home of the bride's fa ther for the relatives and friends of the happy young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Horsley will be at home to their frlend3 after February 15th at 224 F street. Plato Club Entertained. The seventeen ladles who make up the membership of the Plate club were most delightfully entertained on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Black. Husbands of the members had charge of the evening's entertain ment, which was a great success. Cut flowers and smllax were used in deco rating the rooms, while a tall bank of and heap on It the salmon and peas. Serve with mayonnaise. Another mode of preparing this salad Is to line little molds with cucumber jelly, decorate them with green peas and fill the cen ter with salmon. Place the molds on Ice. and when ready to serve turn out and put lettuce leaves around them. Pass the mayonnaise separately. To make the cucumber Jelly peel and chop two large cucumbers. Boll In salted water until tender. Pass through a sieve and season with tarragon vine gar, pepper and salt. To each pint of m E&TICHOKE BOTFOn, ISSSSll i Showing thechoke" (rW$S cucumber Juice add one-half ounce of gelatin. Pour In molds and set In a cold place. palms formed a screen In the hall be hind which, was stationed a stringed or chestra. Euchre- was tho game played, and at Its close each member of the club was presented with a beautiful plate, as souvenir of the evening. A most enjoyable time was had by all present, and the guests of the occasion were deeply appreciative of the cour tesy shown them by the hosts. Meeting1 of Woman's Club. The Woman's club was delightfully entertained by Mrs. T. W. Whltcley Tuesday, January 26th. The topic for the afternoon, "Woman as a Politician," was discussed In an excellent paper, prepared by Mrs. W. H. Jones, followed by a talk on the same topic by Attorney-General Breeden. Many friends of the club were present, and a thor oughly enjoyable and Instructlvp after non was spent. Miscellaneous Events. Dr. and Mrs. Myers entertained a few friends informally at cards on Wednes- dav evening at their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gallgher enter tained the members of their club last evening at their home. Mrs. Arthur Buckbee gave a delight fully informal dinner party last Wednes day evening In honor of her son, J. Cal vin Buckbee of Chicago. A few friends enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon with Mrs. G. C. Hunting at St. Mark's hospital on Thursday. J. W. White was agreeably sur prised at his home by a number of his friends on Monday evening last. An en joyable time was spent In various games, followed by refreshments, the guests departing at a late hour. Miss Emma Hamlin entertained a number of her friends Wednesday even ing. "Pit"" was. the game played, after which refreshments were served, 4 One of the merriest sleighing parties of the week was the one given last Mon day afternoon by the ladles of the Seek ers' Literary club. Those who made up the Jolly party were: MeEdamcs C. U. Stanton, Charles Shermer, James Yeates, J. T. Beless, A. J. Scott. J. B. Keslcr, R.-B. Woolley. M. J. McQueney, B. B. Owens, W. B. Bustled. A. Hatch, W. M. Havenor, E. C. McCallow, L. An derson and O. Card. Mrs. A. G. Andrews and Mrs. A. D. Melvln, assisted by Miss Wlshard, re ceived their friends Informally last Wednesday afternoon. A few of the friends of Mrs. Edwin S. Ferry enjoyed a tea at her home the first of the week, given for the benefit of the Infants' Home and Day nursery of 66 I street. Ladles' night at the Officers' club, Fort Dbuglas, on Thursday was enjoyed by quite a number of society people from the city. Miss Katherlne Geddes gave a sleigh ing party last Monday evening, the guests enjoying a supper at the Country club beroro returning to the city. Col. and Mrs. Bubb entertained a few friends Informally at cards on Friday evening at the post. Members of the Plate club were guests of Mrs. R. E. Wilkinson at her homo yesterday and spent a very pleasant afternoon in an Informal way. Mrs. Albert E. Walker gave a box party at the Salt Lake theater Friday evening. A sleigh ride and a supepr at the Country club was very much enjoyed last Wednesday evening by a party in- clous salad, which is not woll known In this country. The beans requiro soaking for six hours and then are cooked until tender In boiling salted water. Drain, and when quite cold dress with mayonnaise slightly flavored with onion juice and a sprinkling of chopped olives. Garnish with pickled red peppers and shredded lettuce leaves. 1 The globe artichoke is a vegetable which deserves to be more frequently seen oh American tables. A peculiarity of the artichoke Is that it is all the better for being kept a few days after being cut. An economical way of us ing really fine ones Is to serve the bot tom parts hot as an entree and the leaves with a mayonnaise as salad. To accomplish this dual feat boll the arti choke whole until the leaves are easily detachable. Cut out tho under part without disturbing the crown of leaves. Remove the "choke." which Is the white, "thistly" section. Cut the crown into quarters and arrange In a coro net on the salad dish, serving the dressing separately. In the lighter salads grapes, oranges and lettuce make a flno combination. Skin some green grapes, cut in half and remove seeds. Peel a few oranges, slice Into thin wedges, and dress all the fruit with oil and lemon Juice. Ar range on lettuce leaves that have been crisped In cold water and serve with wild duck. Cream cheese and water cress Is a dainty, springlike looking salad. To make this break up a small cream cheese and with the smooth side of butter pats Bhape the cheese to resem ble little eggs. Wash the water cress and dip each sprig Into a dressing composed of oil, vinegar, pepper and salt, using In this case at least four tablespoonful8 of oil to one of vinegar, apd do not dres3 until the last minute, as the cress withers quickly. In the middle of each little nest of water cross place threa or four of the cheese eggs. To be served with roast turkey is a salad of lettuce, celery and chestnuts. Pick carefully some young, tender let tuce leaves, throw them Into cold wa ter for an hour, then drain. Place cel ery blades in ice water till they curl, then cut into strips about c,n Inch eluding Mr. and Mrs. William Bayley, Jr., Mliss Helen Gillespie, Miss McGrath, Miss Reld3 Mlsa Kinney, Mr. Satterlee, Mr. Topllff, Mr. Chandler and Mrs. At kinson. Mrs. A. J. Gorham entertained at a delightfully informal luncheon , on Wednesday in honor of Mrs. J. C. Wce ter of Pocatello. Pink and white car nations were used In the table decora tions and co-ers were laid for fourteen. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. PJter entertained very Informally at dinner last Monday evening. A number of members of St. Mark's guild enjoyed the Kensington at the home of Mrs. Raymond last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. T. Sapplngton was hostess at a pleasant dinner party Thursday evening, given in honor of her father, Mr. Williams of Iowa, who Is visiting at her home. Mien Lillle Barton and John Urley Whltmore of Nephl were married In this city on Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's father. W. B. Barton. Bishop Whitney performed the cere mony in the presence of the Immediate relatives and a few friends. Mr. and Mrs. Whltmore left on the midnight train for a month's visit in California. A number of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Sherwood enjoyed an Informal card party at their home last Wednes day evening. V A leap year party which proved to be a most enjoyable one was that of Fri day evening, when the College Women's club entertained the A. F. fraternity at the Fair Grounds skating rink, and later at a supper at tho home of Miss Mary Snyder. A special car was chartered to. carry the young people to and from the skating pond, and a most enjoyable evening was passed. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lynch enter tained at dinner Wednesday evening In honor of Lawrence Thatcher, who left the following day for a two years' visit In Europe. , "Mrs. O. M. Schwartz entertained at dinner last Tuesday evening In honor of the Misses Florence and Marguerite Locke. Covers were laid for twelve. An apron and necktie party at Chrls tensen's on Tuesday evening given by the Sunset club was one of the enjoy able dancing parties of the week. The evening was pleasantly passed by a number of members and friends of the club. Tho friends of Robert W. Bridge pleasantly surprised hlm at his home, 27 Western avenue, Wednesday evening. Cards and music were the features of tho evening, after which supper was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. R. Dunscombe, Mr. and Mrs. S. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Will Crowton, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Bridge, Mrs. Kesllngton, Mrs. Inilay. Mrs. Bridge, Miss Dean Imlay. Miss Mnry Bridge. Jack Davis. I. Fletcher, T. Da vis, Leon Imlay. Puturo Events. The tourist section of the Ladles' Lit-, erary club will meet on Tuesday morn ing, February 2nd. Mrs. Miller-will, give a paper on "Madrid." Mrs. Nye a paper on "Escorlal," and there will be a five minute informal talk on "Sagasta." On Tuesday afternoon the Jewish Re lief society will give a card party In the B. B. rooms. Mrs. Rothschilds and Mrs. Boehmor will be tho hostesses. 1 o . The next meeting of the Cleofan will be held on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Wells, 420 Second street. A comparison of ''As Tou Like It" and "The Merchant of Vonice" will chestnuts break them Into pieces and mix these and the celery with French dressing and serve on the lettuce. Egg and tomato salad may be made from the whole canned tomato as well as from the fresh vegetable. Chopped hard boiled egg mixed with mayon nalso Is placed In the hollowed out to mato, and the dainty Is ready for the table. The West Indian alligator pear, sliced and dressed as a salad, forms a part of somo of the most epicurean menus this winter. When meat Is left over from dinner a Spanish luncheon patty may be evolved, which Is a tasty little dish for the midday meal. Chop together some cold meat, parsley and a few sweet herbs. Mix them, after seasoning with salt and pepper, with sufficient stock to slightly moisten the whole. Dredge with flour and add some stoned raisins and chopped olives. Have at hand two hard boiled eggs cut In email pieces and seasoned with cayenne pepper. Make a puff paste and roll out very thin lnto four Inch squares. Put a ta blespoonful of the mixture on a square of the pastry, adding some of the egg to It; then wet the edges and cover tightly with another square of pastry. Pinch the edges and fry to a light brown in a pot of boiling fat. If a little thought Is given the subject the housewife will find that winter vegetables offer at least as much va riety for the making of salads and en trees as do those of the warmer months of the year. The advent of cold weath er is no reason for placing the aalad bowl on the top shelf of the china closet FLORENCE WIBERLT Medicinal Baths. Here Is a simple and available recipe a medicinal bath for the nervously worn and those who cannot sleep o nights. It was the proscription of an old physician. Recipe: Take of sea salt four ounces, spirits of ammonia two oundea. spirits of camphor two ounces, of pure alcohol eight ounces and sufficient hot water to make a full quart of the liquid. Dissolve the sea salt In the hot water and let stand until cool. Pour into the alcohol the spirits of ammonia and camphor. Add the salt water, shake well, and bottle for use. With a soft sponge dipped In this mixture wet over the surfaco of the whole body. Rub vigorously until the skin glows. When nervous 6r "blue" or wakeful do not omit this bath. The rest and refreshing that follow will amply repay the effort re quired to prepare it. A Device H"or Picture Hanslng. A device for hanging a group of small framed pictures consists of a small bar with brass tipped ends. This is hung from the high picture molding of the wall, and the small pictures are suspended from It. attached by brass be the topic of thTdTT4 r of "Portia and rS3 X subject of a paper bv?d SbT3 Sloan, and Miss K?th2ft ff V read a paper on -SSSfeggfefc evening In honor of Vr hM. fe Francisco, who is a LW Walker. a eueat ,3tjlpt Members of the East ?m J'w will be entertain at A4 lvi and Mrs. F. D rH6 mfx evening. Hobbs nttJfe The Bridge club ft evening next at Miss Mamlo Eldlw lpEiSv dancing party dn ? Cj MtV Wednesday evening u . -frfi Invitatlbns wer !.,, , IwlS week for the marrli fcJC Odella Miller an" Robinson, which tajl evening of Febmaryioth 1 1 . W m the home of the br&W tf(8 h Mrs. Nels August ' MllBttSPS& 'IIP . t The Reviewers will nwf . S tcrnoon with Mre fi f'S 265 West Fifth South ? noon Avlll be occupi H. King and Mrs J?t? frl , fl William H. Fish, Jr. Z& gfkfl the Reviewers on Mondfe ft? Irely Person 1 Mrs. S. H. Babcock ani Yjtri Miss Buford of Nasnviik f Ljtf. expected to arrive from ivS 3 1 Wednesday. 5T: ;' S0S Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H W and Mrs. Wll.am Mrs. Clifford R. Pearaall Mii fojfc neth C. Kerr returned yetnw 3 three weeks' trip to Mexico, a,t )" . Mr. and Mrs. James v. v,2 UlC Friday for the East. After Si rest at French Lick Spdn ?' will proceed to Philadelphia York City, where th6y 5$; ) Uvea for a few weeks. fcBsl j! 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Frank L m Wednesday for their home In r s ter a few days' visit here " felt ' : The many friends of Miss s I ii "te& roe learned with regret of hi fto ' illness during the past week, j5 glad to know that she Is IroprniJ Jitlr. where he will engage In the prtfJ & 3 his profession. , TIT. Mrs. P. A. Simpkln i5 rapldlrra a lng from her recent Illness andtai h taken from the hospital to her Im ;,L , . . pjti. ' Mrs. Thomas Carter left cn Ta ?Jj last for a two months' visit In CJ nla, T ) ... ; Ul. A party Including Mrs. Emn& Jfcr Wells, Mrs. W. J. Beatie, Mai 'j9h. Dougall and Miss Agnes CampWL L'2 during the week for an tEddT" through the East During ti'1 sence they will attend the catW is61 ecutlve session of the National Cm v of Women, to be held at Ixdlosaij l I February 1st.- ' ' t ftgbst Mrs. S. M. Day has returned toi- . r home in Ogden, .after a brief visit tJ Ar her daughter, Mrs, M. A. Breti&lfA' ... .. mats Miss S. Beulah Hewitt of LojAii hl is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. L Ed ' ,. at 7C0 East Third South. i ... i 'EiTU! Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Haraplcstil den visited Salt Lake frleclsil 'y ., days last week. ; t . , ... ;. fibr Mrs. White and Mrs. Holt, ai pnl and sister of Lieut. Sherman A. TTWv, . Watt Good Things t For the After jr Theater Suppfe HOT CLEAR SOUP IN CUPS ,tUr soup should be handed rsa (.f small soup cups. It must I 1 jj&j. clear and may be varied br Uj halves of salted croutons In It r 9 red and green custards. I i1 Pompadour Cases Filled Wlti I Pfc ster. Make some good pull r j ' put It round some pompadour o - ; When cooked slip out the mold-t! ?jt I up the pastry with some freh Iom minced finely, mixed with a little nlJ1" onnalso. .' iipn Eclair d'AnchoIs. Roll out. MS 4Ue; puff paste, scrape and wash aw J a dozen or more good anchonu, Ja, close each In the paste. Bake uJJ J rjj sprinkle some grated pannMa &f over each and serve hot or coli 1 jjl Fole Gras In Aspic Line m hexagon darloles with aspic Jw- tfl nament with very finely flhr chill, forming a cross at th bcK . It the mold; also decorate the !.. yil set with a little mora aspic sj 4(l the mold all over with pw 5 jV Cut small rounds of the fole P" fill up the mold with altcrneU and fole until full. L to. u Savory Cream on Biscuits.- some cream with a very lltUerJ fri aauce so that It becomes a . tiu tiiiif nn onme crLP IM1 so that the cream stands UP ,n J J??1 mid form. Cut some boned Into narrow fillets and decorK cream with them. . 'M A Lobster Sandwiches. V.JlJLft lobster, hard boiled eggs and cc!'5:WjU gether with a little pepper ana Into sandwiches. ,J Oyster Sandwiches. Take ms-j oysters, pound them In a rnorur a little cayenne pepper and lenv spread on thin slices of bro , and butter and cut Into shape- , Inexpensive Sponiro CoUf. One cupful of granulated ctPJ. and one-half cupfuls of flour. g scant teaspoonful of baklns fe sifted together three times, beaten separately, and nff,ci of cold water. Pour about tJ"T. wator on the sugar and h.tf JJig of eggs, well beaten, add 7drMK2 of the water and Hour alters w jJf. add whites of eggs; stir us" M'J W: pan and bake about forty mtt,fjj-g : '-h 11 Vit Hot to Save SateD' M, After starching collars, etjj the starch to settle in e.(u the water ofT, and when UrJ J can be put back into thvy