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fl, 20 ' The Pat.t Lake Tribune: Sunday mob:niitg (Jainttary 3i,,iiW4,
H; : Society Hl (Continued from page 19.) - ant sleigh rldo lo AVollsvlllo Thursday j 1 evening, whero they worn charmingly on- tertalncd on their arrival by MIS3 Lyda 1 Owen of that place. , - Mr. Lawronco Thatcher loft Saturday 1 fo- Furope. where ho oxptvts to remain 1 for the coming two years. Miss Mabel Snow of Salt Lake spent the B past two weeks with Logan friends. Mr Arthur Shepard and Mr. Willard " AVelhe of Salt Lako spent Saturday and H , Sunday In Logan. The concert and dance given nt the A T; C. college on Saturday was a most plcas H Ing success and will be remembered as the largest and most delightful affair the H college has yet given. i Tho Congregational church was well I filled Monday evening with an nppreela tlvo audlonco to listen to Rev. Elmer I. Goshen's lecturo on "Martin Luther." The Hr affair was given under the auspices of the i ' "Woman's Athenaeum, and those who took 1 !! advantage of the kind Invitation of tho L I. club wcro charmed with tho speaker and 1 his theme Tho speaker was Introduced S ' to tho largo audience by Mrs. A. R. AVec BmJP ter. first vice-president of tho club, la tho j absonco of thn president, Mrs. M. Allen. Mrs. C. F. Golst and Miss Kato Thorpo J opened tho programmo with vocal solos, J followed bv a selection by Mrs. C. F. Golst. Mr 6. John Diem, Mrs. C. A. , Blochor and Mrs. L. E. Hubbard acted as 1 ushers. Tho church was beautifully doco ll rated with red and white carnations, tho club colors, while runners of smllnx and ferns added to tho charming effect. Alto Hl gethor, It was one of the most cnjoyablo and lnstrucllvo occurrences of tho winter months, and tho "Woman's Athenaeum Is entitled to much credit for Its efforts In H promoting knowlodgo and tho advancc Hv mcnt of education. Hl Hr Mrs. A. Woehrle was guest of honor H at a pleasant surpriso given at the homo of Mrs. J. M. Lockhart Friday afternoon. H Thoro of tho party were Mcsdames 1 "Woehrle. "W. D. Sutton. Charles I loath, i Fred Smith. E. J. Beggs. J. Frankle. 11. l D. Robblns. "W. J. Middour, Lyjm Klm- ball, J ThomHon. P IT. Towoy. M. D. 1 Hurlbut. A. AVUIrams. C. N. Lorlng of 1 Salt Lako. J. T. Kesccl and Charles H Shields. H ft H MIs's Ada Kimball was the recipient of H a jollv surprise, tho affair being succcss- H fully planned and carried out by her sls- H ter, Miss Clara. Dancing was tho chief H amusement. A puzzle contest was also H- enjoyed, prizes going to Miss Crescent H Smith, George Muddy, and Miss Anna Paul, consolation. Mrs P. II. Towoy. H Miss Agues Towey and Mrs. P. Kimball assisted during tho evening. Tho guests Hr present were tho Misses Tcsslo Beggs, Hr OHIo Smith, Edna Sutton, Crescent Smith, r Rhea Riley, Stella Staloy. Edna Staley, 1 Jean Therlot, Anna Paul, Enid Riley, 1 Mario Berry, Edith Evans. Myrtlo AA'JI- H Hams, Mahol Carpontcr, Ethel Rasband B and Erma Evans; Messrs. E. "Williams, A. Smith, "W. Qulnn. P.. Malln. F.Bnck, K. Evans, R. Dalglelsh, G. lluddy, E. Carpenter and J. DalgloJsh. Mrs J. M. Lockhart entertained at an Informal luncheon Monday noon, In honor of Rev. E. I. Goshen of Salt Lake. c Mr. and Mrs. J. Frankle were host and hostess at a delightful 6 o'clock luncheon Sunday evening. Covers were laid for Dr. and Mrs. F. P, LeCompte, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lockhart. Ed LeComptc and Mr. and Mr3. Charles Shields. Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. "While entertained at dlnnor Monday evening, complimentary to Rev. Elmer I. Goshen of Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. "Wilson gave a daintily appointed l.unchcon Tuesday In honor of Rev. Mr. Goshen, .Besides tho gucsL of honor there wero present: Mrs. J. C. "Weeter of Pocatcllo and Mr. and Mrs. F. AV. Ilayt. rrs. F. "W. Hayt departed for Now York Stato Thursday morning She will stop at Omaha and Chicago to visit for a short timo with friends and then prococd to 131 mlra, whero some weeks will be passed with her sister. Mrs. Hayt expects to bo absent for a number of weeks. Her many friends truBt that her visit will be both pleasant and beneficial. . The Circle of Pa ft Matrons will meet with Mrs. Frank Emery next "Wednesday, February 3rd. A number of young people, drove, over' to Ivamns "Wednesday ovqulng to attend a masque ball. Tho S. V. N. were pleasantly cnlerlnlncd at the homo of Mrs- John Prlsk Wednes day aftornoon. The next meeting will be at "tho homo of Miss Margaret Brundagc- Mrs. Anna Wochrlo was guest of honor at a beautifully arranged luncheon and Kensington, given at the home of her uls ter. Mrs. Fred Smith, Wednesday after noon. Violets were used with charming effect In the decorations, each guest re ceiving a bunch of the fragrant blossoms as a souvenir. To inoet the guost of honor there wero Invited: Mnsdnnies E. J. Beggs. Lynn Kimball. C. I loath, W- D. Sutton. John Thomson. J. M. Lockhart. J. Fran kle. "W. D. Hurlbut, "W. J. Middour. P. H. Towey, R. S. Robblns and J. T. Kesccl. . The Ladles' society of the Congregation al church will meet In the church parlors next Saturday afternoon, February 6th, at tho usual time. Miss Hazel "Williams was given a pleas ant surpriso at her mother's home Friday evening by a number of her young friends Games, music, dancing and a tempting luncheon wero features of the Jolly event. Those who were present were the Misses Call Riley, Burncl Durklns, Ida Mp Far land. Mabel Smith, Lottie OHner. Nettlo Regonl. F.tta Howclls. Rose Kaufman, Eva Kewley. Millie Wrlghtson: Messrs. Tom Roberts, Clarence Gates, Ern Wil liams. Richard Malln, Con Coughlln, Jack McClellan. Bert Hartwell, Tom Elcy, Lewis Gur.thcr and Gcorgo Sugcroo, " Mrs. Anno. Woehrle. sister of Mrs. Charles Heath and Mrs. Fred Smith, leaves for her home in Iowa next Wednes day, after a pleasant visit of live months In Park. P, McPherson of the Keith-O'Brien storo was guest of honor at an Informal but pleasant dinner given In his honor by Dr. and Mrs. E. P. LeComptc Sunday noon. The other guests present wcro Miss Dolla I.orlng of Salt Lake, Findlay Wat son and Edward LeComptc. v A now dancing club Is being talked of by a largo number of young rm-n Week ly hops will bo given In the Dewey thea ter under the nusplccs of the club. They start out with a membership of II fly. An other meeting will be held tomorrow ' evening, February 1st, to make llnal ar rangements and to hear reports of com mittees. r a Miss Trule Reynolds, Mrs. C. Drake and Mrs. D. Stevenson wont to the city Wednesday. t Dr. E. P. LcComple. Dr. Bardr,lcy, M. J. McGlll. W. n. Blackburn returned from Zlon Thursduy. A Tho regular mating of tho Woman's Athenaeum was held at tho homo of Mrs. C. M. Wilson, Monday. .Tanmiry 25th, with nineteen members and two visitors pres ent. German history continued was given to tho afternoon's work. Mrs. F. W. Hayt read an excellent artlclo on "The Schloenburg-Cotta Family" (by Mrs. An drew Charles). Mrs. E C. Whitehead's current events, scientific, local and do mestic, was very Interesting. Mrs. John Diem played an Instrumental selection in her customary and pleasing manner. Mrn. John Thomson, chairman of tho pro grammo committee, proceeded with the lesson review, each member giving an answer to the question asked by the leader Adjournment was taken until Monday. February Sth, when tho club will meet with Mrs. L. B. W'ght. Mrs. .J. C. Weeter, a former member of the club but now of Pocatcllo, and Mrs. S. 17. Blls3 wero guests of the afternoon Mrs. W. C. Wallace and daughter, Grace, of Salt Lake, came up to Park Sunday to attfiid tho funeral of llttlo Gladys Hodges. . r Mr. and Mrs. AV. D. Sutton, Mrs. Lynn Kimball and Miss Carrie Sutton returned from Provo Sunday. t Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Fargo have had aa their guest tho past week their brother, Lyman Fargo of Poeatello. c u J. M. lockhart. George Wanning. AV. Miller, Rob Kimball and George Hassen were on the outgoing Denver & Rio Grando Sunday aftornoon. i - J. AV. Gclgcr and M. J. McGlll went to the city Tuesday. w Mrs. James Kervln of Salt Lako Is visiting with her son at the Daly AVest. Miss Delia Lorlng returned to tho city Monday, after a short visit with Mrs. S. AV. Platto and family. 4. ft i Mrs. Anna McGrath returned Monday from a pleasant outing spent with Salt Lako friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rood came out from Zlon tho pnst week, and while here re mained at the Ontario mine, it Mrs. G. F. Cook went to Bingham Mon duy and remained until Friday, the guest of her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Brooks. Mrs. J. C. AVccter of Pocatollo. Ida., spent' Monday and Tuesday In Park, the guest of Mrs. F. AA'. Hayt. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hurlbut went to tho city Tuesday for several days' visit with friends. Mrs. H. J. Waters and brothers, Gcorgo hr r r i , r x i Brocades which even Watlcau would envy and like to paint are to be picked up not for a song, but in sufficient lengths from which to fashion a ball dress of this era, A scant skirt of the empire days Is lovely when made with a wide ruching of plain silk In a con trasting shade around the bottom. The NORWEGIAN PEASANT. short bolero on this costume Is of moss green velvet if the skirt material Is of a peachy tint. The revern and high, flaring collar are embroidered In gold galloon. A quaint high bonnet o shirred silk having a saucy bunch of flowers perched on the crown In front should accompany the empire frock. A dlrectoire toilet will transform a Btately beauty Into a regular grande dame. This eowr Is very like the em pire In its makeup, excepting the bon net, which is a largo three cornered hat, with a cockade well up at the side. When the dlrectoire costume is affected, a La. Tosca stick Is a dainty trifle to carry. The Breton peasant In her pictur esque dress offers a good suggestion for a fancy ball gown. Her skirt Is of wide, striped blue and white cotton, over which Is worn a long, sheer white apron reaching almost to tho hem of the frock. A low, white muslin cheml- and John Murphy, returned to their homes at Cripple Creek Monday.. They camo hero to attend tho burial of their father, J. II. Murphy. a Miss Blanche AVhltney was a Salt Lako visitor on Tuesday. Mrs. AV. Jackman Is visiting with her numerous frlcndf In the metropolis, hav ing gone down Tuesday. V Miss Olive Lowo Is enjoying a visit with Salt Lako friends. ' Miss Anna Cameron returned to the city Sunday, nftor a pleasant vlflt with Mrs. AV. J. Buck "and family. o Mrs. C. N. Loring came out from the city Monday, summoned here on account of tho scrlou3 illness of little AVodo Platte. P. McPherson of Salt Lake spent Sun day In Park. i Henry Fares. E. P. Evans, W. A. Adiims, AVIII Evans went to the city Thursday afternoon. John A'lgor Is visiting in Park with hln mother, after un absence of eight years. Mrs. Parsons and son came out from tho city AVedncsday to visit with relatives. i Prof, and Mrs. AV. Janncy aro spending a short time in Park. mm John McSorley of tho Daly-Judge camo up front tho capital AVedncsday. Rev. Elmer I. Goshen returned lo tho capital Tuesday. 0 W. R. Donnls. N. AV. Dunyon. J. Dlcm. A. Mosher. J. J. Daly and D. AA'orkman came out from Zlon Monday morning. Miss Mae Bailleo and Miss Agnep Tow(y gave a Jolly coasting party to a small company of friends Thursday cvcn Ins. After several hours spent out of doors, the oung people went to the homo of Miss Towey. where an elegant supper was served. Those of the party, besides the hostesses, were Misses Carrie Sutton. Lizzie Waldon, Minnie Kesccl. Kate Law rence, Agnes Hnrrington;. Messrs. Tom AValdon. E. Fisher. Bert MuffcU Bango Kesccl. Buck of Nova Scotia and Prof, rcterson. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams entertained a company of friends most pleasantly Thursday evening at slxty-thrco. At mid night the guests enjoyed a tempting luncheon. Those who participated In tho jolly affair wero Messrs and Mesdamcs E. Malln, E S. Young, AV, Staloy, E, AV. Rorry, James Berryi H. Stanley, J. W. Hlckson, Jako Hoffman. B. AVIlllams. A. Peterson. J. AVIlklns; Mrs. O. Qulnn, Mrs. J. Coffey, Miss Lena Moblr, Mise P. Stanley. Miss M. AVIlllams. Messrs. E. AVIlllams, R. Malln and N. Williams. Mrs. E. Nellson returned to Park Fri day morning. Ephraim Society. A wldo circle of frlonds In this city and county will bo interested 1n the announce ment of the marriage of Miss Mattle Dorlus and AVIlllam Larson of this city. The ceremony will be performed nt tho Mantl lemplo AVedncsday of this week. A reception will be held at the bride's home In this city Immediately after the cere mony. Tho bride Is well and favorably known throughout tho county. Sho Is the daughter of John Dorlus, one of Sanpcto s 'Parisian Suggestions For the ffff ill Fhncy Tbress 'Ball Costume J & fa fa fa fa fa fa, fa fa fa fa. fa fa fa fa fa fa fa. fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa. fa fa, fa, fa, fa, fa fa. fa. fa. fa fa. fa fa fa. fa. fa. fa fa. t& Of. tfr. i& iff. t. iff. rft iff. if, fa 1 . -V i , r r . V r WARIS. Jan. 16. Paris Is ringing whSr with the wonderful success of Bp Sarah Bernhardt In one of her . L old time parts, half dove, half , tiger, provided for her by that past master of dramatic art. Vlctorlen Sardoti. The "divine Sarah" seems in this play to have reverted once more to Hh . the electrifying power and magnetic H . . charm of, her "La Tosca" and "Fedora" 1 ' triumphs. This marvelous woman whom H t age cannot wither or custom stale has H once more drawn all Paris to her feet. H The new romance, "La Sorclcre," deals B , with the Moors and Spaniards In the V j sixteenth century, and nothing can be 1 recalled by the most inveterate theater I goors of the gay- capital to rival In . magnificence of mounting this incdira- H I val drama. There was a murmur of ad- H J miration at tho sceno showing Toledo H by moonlight, with its bridge spanning the Tagus, bringing out all the plc- j. ! turesqueness typical of this quaint old H Spanish city. H' Mmo, Bernhardt never plays better H' I than when surrounded by tho trap- Hv j Pings, ornaments and Jewels of a dea- W ; potlc epoch, and in thin latest success H her artistic powers have a splendid ; Held. In the-first; act. cho appeared t ' gowned in a gorgeous garment of voile glittering in silver, and the audience at once fell under her hypnotic influence. I wonder whethor Mrs. Leslie Carter in America will interp'rot this fascinating chUracter of ZorayaS In the social world the "bal costume" has been Interesting the smart set to the exclusion of all else in the way of amusements; consequently the fash ionable mondaine.Js making a study of the most effective and picturesque points in the costumes of all nations. Everything American has a great vogue here, the Yankee highball is ac climated and the national game of poker Is quite at home In its Parisian surroundings. In the fancy costume line the Indian squaw, the cowboy and the' Puritan malflen figure prominently. It is also considered very omart by ex- BRETON GIRL. elusive hostesses to havo a cakewalk don on costume at their fancy balls. Tho French themoelves, while seeking abroad for ideas, have a bountiful sup ply at homo upon whioh the rest of tho world is very fond of drawing. Noticeable in thin line aro the 'artis tic possibilities of the empire and di .rectolro periods In sartorial affairs. j f v vy-f ; f ?f 5 sctte. a tiny jacket coming In a point to the bust line and puffed sleeves with turned back white cuffs complete the dress. The headpiece Is a fearful and wonderful specimen of sartorial ar chitecture and looks like a miniature windmill of white muslin placed on each side of the head with big, round but tons or.cabochons and banded, coronet fashion, with a twist of black velvet. The Norwegian peasant in bright na tional costume Is a model not to be overlooked. A full red skirt of crape or some soft voile or cashmere is trim med above the hem with a design of leaves cut out of silk and appllqued with Grecian embroidery silk. The white Met net apron is treated In the same way. The full bodice Is of royal blue with a wide band of black velvet ribbon flanked by two narrower bands sewed across the bust. Outlining the low neck is a latticework" of baby vel vet ribbon. Tho sleeves are long and VIVANDIERE. full, of the bishop style, without beuiy banded. A tall, pointed cap of muslin with a fall of material at the ears is the rather trying; headgear to be don ned with the Norwegian dress. rcry fascinating and fetching is the vlvandiere or daughter of the regiment costume. A short accordion plaited, i foremost merchant,. Tho groom Is a prosperous young farmer of Kphralm and has a host of friends, who will wish for tho young couplo tho greatest happiness. County Superintendent of Sohools A. 1. Larson and Hyrum Modsen attended a parents' meeting nt Fayette AA'cdncsday cvonlnc. 0 e Mrs. J. C. Frost In visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Erlckson of Rich field. ' Miss Ida AVeggloland, who has been en tertained by Miss Mntllda Olsen during the Week, returned Thursday to her home In Salt Lake. 4 Marlann Dorlus and Andrew Thorpe re turned from Axtell AVedncsday, whero they have been spending tho week as gU03ts of Chris Thorpe's family. J. AV McMurrln of Salt Lake spent Thursday In the city, the guest of Blnhop Dorlu?. Parlano McFarlane, formerly a resident of this city, and Mrs. A. J. Franklin of Scoflold wore united In marriage at Orangcvillo this week. E. S. Anderson of Mayfleld visited rela tives In tho city AVcdnesdny. M. F. Murray, focrctary of tho Gold Development compuny of Salt I.akc. spent tho first of tho week in the city, the guest of Rov. E. E. Mork'a family. Chrlstonsen's orchestra gnvo a delight ful dancing party at tho opera-house Fri day evening. Mrs. C. C. Jensen of Ncphl Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson, ' Fred Odell of Salt Lake and Mayor Creer of Spanish Fork wero btnlneos visitors In the city the first of tho week. Mrs. Gunnell Dorlus returned homo from Murray Tuesday. AVIlllam Andcraon Is home from Sunny side. L. M. Olsen of Price was a visitor in the city Monday. Ml?s Minerva McCalllftor of Manti was the guest of her brother, AVIII McCallls tcr, Sunday. S. J. Johnson returned home from Salt Lako the llret of the week. Miss Nellie Clawjon, a teacher In the Moroni public schools, visited relatives and friends In the city Sunday. Olo TC. Olson left Tuesday for Rexburg, where he has accepted a position as man ager of the Fremont County Implement and Produce company. Mrs. David Paulson entertained a num ber of lady friends at hor home AVedncs day evening. Payson Society. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. AVImmer of Salt Lake spent Sunday in Payson, Mr. Wim mor returned lo the capital Monday morning, while Mrs AVImmer remained the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Douglass. John Southworth returned homo Satur day from Oakley. Ida., whero ho Is en gaged In the milling business. After u short visit here and In Provo Mr. South- skirt of white Is worn under a military coat of belligerent red elaborately braided in gold bullion with all the trappings of war. With gold epaulets, a drtini sluns rakishly over the shoul der and a colonel's chapeau on a fluffy head, what girl Is there who wouldn't like to-be a military woman for an evening at least? "Miss Ribbons" is a dainty creation. This fluffy little lady has in her cos tume bolts upon bolts of ribbon of all widths which may be of harmonizing colors or, hotter still, different shades of one color. A fringe of Inch wide rib bon forms a ruffle over a "drop" of silk. Running horizontally from the knee up In princess style are more rows of rib bon. The waist has a wide sash start ing from the side seam and drawn up at the shoulder with an Immense chou of loops with long flowing ends. Straps of ribbon compose what there Is of the . IBBONS. sleeves. A large poke bonnet of rib bon Is held coqucttlshly under the chin with a carolqss, .loose bow. Weird and spooky Is the "bat" cos tume. Gun metal gray tulle plaited and held close to the figure above the knees, then allowed to flare at the feet, is covered with bats cut out of black vel vet and glued hero and there ovor the drees. Huge specimens of this grew some bat family form the corsage and head trimming. A cloak somewhat on the JRed Riding Hood order with the front eliminated and the back cut Into sections like bat wings is lined with silver tissue and fastened securely over the head at the throat. To make the picture realistic the arms must he held extended their full length to give th winglike appearance. l worth, accompanied by Mrs. Southworth, returned to Oakley Thursday morning. Leslie Spcnco and Harry Ball of Salt Iako spent Sunday last In Payson, visit ing their younsr Indies. Miss Ha'ttle Coombs of the Miner force of Eureka, spent Sunday In Payson with hoi mother. c Miss Lydla Socffner and Charles Kcelc, teachers In tho public schools, gave their classes a slolgh rldo Friday, when a thor oughly good tlmo was enjoyed. 6 a Miss Clara Rockhlll of Spanish Fork spent tho week In Payson, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Huleh. A. J. Abrnm. advance agent of the " 'AA'ny Down East" company, was In tho city Tuesdav arranging matters for his company, which plays here Monday ovc nlng, February 1st. 0 1 AAr, N. Clark of Clark. Eldredgc & Co.. Salt Lake, was In Payson Tuesday on f business for his house. Bert Brlmhall of Lohl spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Paypon. O Ralph Archbold. one of the old members of tho Pa-vson band, was over from Provo Tuesday to attend the hand rccunlon. Prof. Willard Done wa8 In Payson Tues day. AAMIIiam Davis was oyer from Salem Monday on business. Chester Nlsonccr of Santaquln was a Pnyson visitor Thursday. o The marring of Steve Powell of Pay son and Miss Mary Ann Nuttall of Salem was solomnlzcd at Provo Thursday, and tho yOung couplo returned to Salem, whore a reception was given them. Tho groom Is one of Payson's boyn who went to Canada some time ago and camo down only rocently to take unto himself a Help mate. The bride Is one of Salem's popu lar young ladk-s, and the couple have the best wishes of a host of friends. They will leave soon for Raymond. Canada, where they will mnko their homo. (i AV. J. Douslass was in Sprlngvlllo Thursday. ft T ft Henry Kcile of Santaquln was a Payson visitor Thursday. "Billy" Colvln. returned, to Moab Mon day. A most pleasant surprise party was given at the homo of Mr. and Mrs, L. A. Colvln Saturday night in honor of "Billy" Colvln, who was hero from custom Utah. About twonty-fivo guests assembled and spnt a most pleasant evening with cards, games, music and refreshments. 4 J. C. Morgan returned homo Monday evening after a month's slay at Helper. Ltah. Ed Popper roturncd Tuesday to Moab after a visit of a moilth In Payson Ono.of tho largest and best social events of the season was the band reunion glvon at the pavilion Tuesday afternoon and evening. The house was profusely dec orated In a very artistic manner, with the national colors much In evidence, as was also tho evergreen effect. All of the old-time instruments that romaln In" the bands of Payson were pocurcd and decor ated and given a place on the walls, which were also decorated with pictures of tho The Spanish dancer, with her casta nets, is always a graceful figure In tho ballroom. Flame colored, spangled tulle is a charming fabric for this cos tume. The bodice Is of satin In a lighter shade of yellow, with bolero and long, tight fitting sleeves of black vel vet. Outlining the jacket and running down tho front of the skirt Is a shawl shaped ornamentation of knotted che nille In different colors shading from flame to bright pink. The hair is ar ranged high and caught with a tall comb of Spanish workmanship with perhaps the additional adornment of a red rose or two. The costumes described are only a few of the many phases of the fancy ball gown. There are historical, mytho logical and grotesque creations galore, but these frocks have tho advantage of being easy to duplicate and not extrav agant as to price. I had really forgotten that the item of expenso is tabooed in this luxurious age, and we. hear on all sides that nev er have toilets been surpassed in cost liness slnco the days of the French em pire. It is amusing to see the indif ferent air assumed by our elcgarftes as they fling off scarfs of ermine mixed j wkh priceless lace. j In the coming spring lace is to be extravagantly used, and the coarse va riety will have a foremost place on fashion's list, and Irish crochet, which wears like iron, Is to be a leading fa vorite, while lace embroidered with gold thread is a recent debutante among trimmings. Another feature of the early spring styles is the continuance of the bolero in favor. It may be worked out in va- A BAT. " rlous shapes, but in every Instance these Jackets will be extremely short. In the matter of veils La Mode is au tocratic. She demands strict adher ence to a one toned color scheme. In other words, the hat and veil must match. Fancy white veils are fetching, although trying to a colorless complex ion. When worn long and full tome of bimds In days gone bv -Thl ' lKr at 2 p. m. and was atlc n"?f5"lr iHnaK-Tt??11 crowd, all of whom showM .0r MLlfe erul applause, that they ,.' 'WM&WiJ programme, which lasted KSCt o'clock, .when the bniioii H?111 isJTj' A great time wan ho7 vHnA?h5)'r' ffiSS the programme, for the il7 Jhlfrliiff eat were there in ky?i ' nffi? W?t, most delicious qwa?UV a,?'1- l S"" dancing was In order mtl,ftfr ,WllHtVw' tho capacity of the naviiu1 a- 'a, "SE, tested. EvcVvbodv uffl11?,? t$R& was one of the best i'SIR seen for many months. " u,e rMffl The Goodmundsen orcliira . 'wf" valo gave a hall In tho v?1 ili I Thursday night, which from tn $&Vtrf musical standpoint, was aw'l taStT1. 5s. but as a flnaneial v? 0U; hJM'' very disappointing ! Tho U report the music as good heard In the pavilion. B J as V tSSS A lean year ball, th0 HrWr,, . ftf1' Hon. will be given' " lh?$?lift lf S5 evening next under the dl?,J Ti0n M&t ' committee, the Misses Aaa H0n 't2BM RIggs and Clydo AVIlson. Dont- JBkJa 7ics3rs. AVIIford Done Amos went up t0 Maminmi, 54, QntmPri nin to play cornel ' inS "?SlrWiy' orchestra there for ,d2ffVhngBir -A ouartotti' of Irowlrrs frAm 'ICt lJ met tho same number of irSL 4' Springville at their towUm: Vfc'2Li day and played four gnme. Le ' WEl W0 vlUo bnya coming out S in C 3,ifc points to the good. Another ' 'lErV bo pulled off in this cl,y nM1 samo bowlers In the near fiiturr Dr. A. F. Holladay w.13 1, q JLc Thursday. J 3 ,n SprtaMjHig K "Chlil" rnokanl, siipcrlnipmi.-. 'mt00. Star Consolidated mlK mSSi .J been tn the city this woe; A1Qmm'A kaBtd . John Edward of the 7. r m r !fJf Lake, was talking bus Incss with chantB Friday. Wl,h our C E. Snell. cashier of the Kink- 'W. Provo Tuesday on bank bisff ' EggM Miss Jennie Dixon gave a tt...L W party to a number ofhrr friend, fSfe Ti!u,ldayBo1n,5bUaT."c'a! Sfe Peter Roberts and John Jean,. jKJito J Goshen were attending 10 buehva vm 0 AVednosaay. " Itjjrfl1 Miss Fawn Tv.thcs gaic one of lhM53vrt charming events of the week at the twjilfc'E. 0 tlful horn: of her paronls, Mr. and MgLr'n J J.. R. Twelves, on Thursday nlttLf c AVhist was the game that was enJoyel V. played, and the game rcsultd In Mn. CXM E. Newell winning the first prize ani VjiWM Fanny Sutton being cnnroled by 4 sOk geoualy dressed colored lntlv Joll WIN90 tally-cards were white with ! tiWosIV . -., tied at tho ends, and the winners rfttilli, a white china doll and those that brlM'tn' ro?elved a negro doll which was IkM dilfe B 1 tho end of the ribbons and suspended frwfcrf tho card, which made a quaint and prl'JB1 ' souvenir of the occasion The bcarjtdBfi young hostess was assisted In Rfning tuHri Ml refreshments by Mrs, J G, Twlvtf, gP" the new "beauty aids" hang qnile the shoulder and require a subtltneuiBM of handling which only an artist In mMrr sartorial line may hope to achieve J nvii Shoes and stockings mutt neif match. For street wear r.othliu; hir "yr superseded the black stocking and 5,YyJ 5n favor.- In the evening titer swa53 jffl' woman wears beautifully embroldwri VtC and lace trimmed hosiery, although tti'y -j lace at the ankle to preserve thlsdila- , . ty outline must be narrow and dtl! X3'iIE cately Inserted. wj1?1 Kid and satin are the fashionable M-cf11 terlals for the slipper, and their pense Is found in the buckle raUfrfB ' than In the embroidery. Patent ltA!: for low shoes is the correct thins. f Tho latest Invention in the up lo !i:5f jeweler's window Is the handknilift Ultit: and purse bracelet. In design It It if serpent, fitting closely to the wrist iti iisi holding the purse In Its coils. Tbtrtlij f ' ft SPANISH DANCE fjg something very fascinating wl tucking away of a moucKo- ; DTJi sleeve. The fair sex wlselj' J , fancy from the men, but Jujt u jj 'it fashion all our own whir 1 attractive. . joy Ji A pretty and useful a; J lady's bureau Is a silver )ni s made to hold troublcsom " j ,j. These vases will be attvf Jd,t,0D to the bureau set. will t ort k '"1 CATHERI I A Virtue of y."li7' f4. I A charming Idea Is 'Jf d vat with cfuilllnss chiffon 1 which Is Paff. " .rnui? handker; f large enough to hold ' fur chief. This fashion 7ft "Mt0m I expedient, as the PrJ fhX ? has no pocket. Th. ahPJ h tb I Vrt or vest peeping ou""1 " , pfn k 7' straight Jacket fro JJJ S- 9 need not be made6 I Ing a handkerchlesia in ndjJt I 'iS. Beneath the crave ,s """ ndy. the same time t t Kg An "mine crav J qwouWb, 3 cream or wh to r"-J- iot tW il very attractive "s Vl J Kttf pockeu ' tJSfy.oi ill'