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jljji 18 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 22, 1907. 4
IBM CALENDAR.
KB v Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kcycs v
KlH r will onfcrt:iin eight at. a Christ- -I-
D(K inns dinner at. the AHa club
IjBn Wcdnosdny ovenin:.
mm ! Miss Lam'a Samsou will enter-
MiiH) tain at a Christmas dinner in !
P her new bnncalow Wednesday
muff afternoon. Others whn will en- v
InR ! lertain are Mr. and Mrs. D. P. v
Jfflh Gray. "Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Boyd !
IB and Mr. and Mrs. Nod Ferry."
Inf v Tuesday evening-, December 31,
IVHj the P. E. 0. soeietv will give an
KB entertainment at the HifT M. E.
wBf church for charity, of which this !-
jHj r society does so much. The ou-
Mi !- tortainmenr will be under the
MH -r direction of Miss Buckle, and -r
B -J- will be n children's cantata
MM - called ''Cinderella in Flower-
JfK ! The next mooting of the v
KBB -r bridge tournament, will be Mon- -
! day, December 30, with Miss v
!HH The next meeting of the Fri-
iHK ! day Evening Card club will be v
BB December "27. with Miss Flor- r
IftS Invitations have been issued,. !-
IBm r for a dance to be given bv the
Bw r Theta Uosilon sorority Friday v
HV, evening, December 27." v
I Affairs of the Week.
One of the largest affairs of the week
-as the bridge tea given Wedncsdnv
; afternoon by Mrs. A. S. "Bower. Her :
pretty home was beautifully decorated
i with red and green, the Christmas col- I
ors. Large baskets of red and white ;
carnations were in the parlor and j
library. Tn the diningroom Mrs. J. E. j
Jennings poured coffee, assisted bv Mrs. !
W. M. MeCrea, Mrs. T. G. Griffin. Mrs. i
J. H. Richards and Mrs. John C. Dalv. !
The table ccnterpieco was a beautiful !
basket of poinsettas. with ferns and i
red ribbons and Christmas bells hang-
ing from the chandelier. Prizes were ;
Avon by Mrs. W. M. Fcrrv, Mr. J. .7. !
Broughall. Mrs. T. C. Gibson, Mrs. W.
P. Kisor, Mrs. H. H. Lawson. Mrs. S. I
D. pnSj rs- C". Crismon and" Mrs. j
Mrs. Henry La Mottc entertained at i
an informal tea "Wodnesdnv afternoon
j in honor of her sister. Miss Simpson.
who is visiting here from Now York
Citv.
, ,. .
j Thursilay evening a delightful inn
I sicnl wns given at the University club
i and followed by an informal dance,
i Among those who tool: pari wore Miss
Edna Bailey. Miss Ksthor Allen, Miss
' .Tudith Evn'ns, Hugh Dougall and Ed
! ward Copley. About 100 enjoyed the
j affair. The rooms were tnstefully dec-
orated with Christmas colors and col-
lege banners.
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f Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Little eniertained
Tuesday 'm-euinir at .300. Prizes were
; won by Mrs. Godman ami ,fr. Gideon
: Snyder.
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One of the largest and most elabor
; ale a flairs given by the High school
j was the 'rcdl'nud black' daurc in the
! Eaton gymnnsilfui Friday evening. The
hall was decorated with school penunnts
and the Christmas colors with many
! wicnths of holly. The chaporoncs for
j the eveuing wore Colonel and Mrs.
I Wodgwood, Dr. nnd Mrs, Wright. Miss
j Eowe. Miss Mayne, Miss Ellerbcck and
George A. Eaton.
.
! The young ladies of the Sewing club
( entertained the thirty children of the
j freo kindergarten at a Christmas din
. ner at Unity hnll Wednesday noon. It
was followed Friday by a fine large
Christmas tree entertainment. A num
ber of friends were prcseut. Each child
received a box of candy, a book, a pair
of mittens. Dolls were givou the girls
and mouth organs to the bovs. The
paronts of the children were given small
! calendars mndo b the childreu of the
kindergarten.
Mr. and .Mrs. Don Porter will leave
Sunday for an Eastern trip. Later thov
will go to Los Angeles to visit their
daughter. Mrs. Charles S. Maun, and
her family.
Miss Elizabeth Craig leaves Sunda
for I?awlius, Wyo.
Invitations are now out for the ini
tial ball to be given by the Governors
club next Friday evening. December 27.
in the ucw ballroom of the Ensign
Amusement company. This affair prom
ises to be one of the social events of
tho season.
Salt Lakers will be intcresicd in
hearing of a gentleman here who gave
Mrs. W. V. Rice a substantial sum of
money to provide the boys at Canyon
IS GOLD MEDAL, DIPLOMA, BLUE-RIBBON. I
1 STATE FAIR, 1907.
I Salt Lake City's Manufacturing Furrier i
and Importer 8 1
I. C. GLOSZ j
I WILSON HOTEL ANNEX. WILSON HOTEL ANNEX. j
Stirring .Fur News at
S Giosz's. The whole store j
II j presents its best economy J
I offerings. j
I Toss Holiday lassitude l.o'tbe winds. TIere is news that I
I will prove exhilaraLing lo every Man and Woman who reads it. 5
1 The Galvanic Battery of radical price reductions has so clec-
1 trified the -whole store that GLOSZ 'S again this week will
1 be the pole star to all who have FUR needs, cither as personal I
I apparel or as elegant Holiday Gifts. I
I An Enormous Stock to
I Choose From and It All
I Must Go. !
I WILSON HOTEL ANNEX.
: OPEN EVENINGS.
I
i MRS. ROSOOE M. BRBEDBN.
Crest with a pleasant Christmas. This
will enable those connected with Cau
yon Crest to brinpr the boys to Salt
Lako the day before Christmas to
spend the day at tho Xcwhouso Better
mem home.
A small wedding (hiring the week was
that of Miss Bossio Burrows and Prank
M. Oliver. !Mr. and rs. Oliver will bo i
at home to their friends after January '
1 at 22 ITewett terrace. j
Personals. j
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Richards and Miss j
Richards will leave Monday evening
to spend the winter a Los Angeles.
Mrs. TV. P. S. Hawks and Miss Grace
Hawks of Hamilton, Ohio, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs W. P. S. Hawks.
Dr. and Mrs. Kcogh will be at home
to their friends after December 23, in
the Covey Hats.
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Mr. and Mrs. William H. Child are
now in the City of Mexico, whero they
will spond Christmas. They will lcavo
January 2 for Havana.
Dr. G. V. Stiehl left Thursday for
j Los Ancclcs to spend the holidays" with
Mrs. Stiehl and son Ralph, who are liv
I ing there.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Parsons of Elv
will nrvivo Sunday lo spend a week
or ion dn vs.
Mrs. Robert Murray, who left here
the last of September and sailed for
Berlin, arrived at New York Satuid.iy
with her husband, wLo h a member of
the Tn ft part v.
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Mrs. Brown of Mammoth and Miss
Cora Brown of Monty r are spending a
few days here with .Mrs. Hal Brown.
Judge Georgo Barlch left the middle
j of the week for a mouth's stay at
I New York City.
! Mrs. 12. T. Thorn will leave next
week io visit her daughter, Mrs. New-
house, who i3 spending the winter at
San Antonio, Tex.
Mrs. Sumner Glcason of Kaysvillo is
: spending a few days here.
Mrs. Garret Ifogau of Los Angeles is
spending a fow da3'S with Br. and .Mrs.
11. X. Mayo, while on her way to Boze
man. Mont., to spend Christmas with
rolaiivcs.
Mr?. Kflio Dean 7nnppen. accompa
nied by Mrs. Ritcr and Miss Caldcr,
left Thursday for a month's stay at
Now York Citv.
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Among the girls and boys who have
returned from Eastern and TVcstcru
schools for the holidays arc the Misses
Kdna and Margaret Dunn, Margaret
Walker and Stella Fabieu, from Miss
Bennett's On -the-Hudson: Miss Znida
We Slave 50 sets
Children's Furs
and 10 sets Am
erican Mink
that arrived
Safe Saturday
afternoon. We
will offer Mon
day aid Tues
day at a very
tow price to
close.
MMMeery and
Fur Store,
116 So. Main.
Bothwcll, Miss Maude Miller and Miss
Elizabeth Crumby, from Stanford uni
versity; Miss Ilclou Battcngor, from
Marlborough; Hnrmel Pratt, from Ann
Arbor; Will Castleton, from tho Uni
versity of California; Earl Farnsworth,
from Stanford; Miss Margnret Parsons,
from Pomona, and Harold Fabieu. from
Harvard.
B. 11. Bcgole of Beatrice, Neb., ar
rived during (ho week lo spond tho
holidays with his wife nnd daughter,
who have apartments al tho Bransford.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sands and little
i daughter will leave the first of tho vear
for Bingham, whore Mr. Sands will be
in business for the wintor.
.
Miss Cob-grif has returned from a
three months' trip in tho East and is
now at home to her friends at tho
Knutsford hotel.
Mrs. W. E. Fife will return Honda?
from a month spent at Denver.
M
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce and son
Warren tiro pleasantly located for the
winter at the Portland apartmcut3.
Washington, D. C.
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Will Castleton will be home Sumlav
from Berkeley, Cal., to spcud the holi
davs. Max McCartney left: Saturday, for
Berkeley, Cal.. to'spend Christina's with
his mother and father.
Mrs. William Igleheart, her twin
boys and Miss Tgleheart will spend
Christmas in Paris. Mrs. Tcclhoart; will
then go to Loudon and return to New
York sometime in Februarv.
i t
Mrs. H. P.- Henderson will spend
Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. Mack at
Los Angeles.
Miss Charlotte Holmes will lcavo
Sunday lo spend Christmas with her
mother at Los Angeles.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parsons of
Denver aro here for a short stay.
Miss Elizabeth Smith of Logan aud
hor sister, Miss Smitht of Madison,
Wis., will spend the holidays at Pasa
dena. Miss Minnie Sadler has returned
home after a slay of more than two
months at Kansas City and Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Aley will leave
Sunday for San Francisco to spend
tho holidavH with her parents.
m it
Georgo E. Gunn and Albert McCor
mick aro planning to leave soon for a
thrco months' trip abroad.
Mrs. Dan Gnlligan of Park City is
here visiting frionds.
Ms. L. B. Coat os, will leave Sunday
to spend thi holidays with her. sister,
Mrs. J. J. Corum, at Los Angeles.
fi
Mr. Frank E. McGurrin will leave
tho first of tho year for Los Angeles,
whore sho will ' spend two or three
mouths.
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scarff are at the
Konyon hotel for tho holidays, from
Chicago,
T. J. Morgan left for Los Angeles
Friday night on the Limited to spend
tho holidavs with Mrs. Morgan and
daughter, "Ruth, who are wintering
thcro.
-
Mrs. Charles MuCnm left Thursday
for Tacoma, to mako it her futuro
home.
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Mrs. W. L. Green-of the Emery fiats
expects to leave soon for southern Cali
fornia, to spend tho wintor.
i. it
M. S. Gciner and wife of Mani
tou aro spending tho holidays with
friends in Los Angeles.
Woir H. Casady left n few days ago
for Scattlo to spond tho winter with
his brother aud sister-in-law.
H V,
P. Hobson, wifo and daughter, have
left for Seattle to mako it their future
home.
Miss Millio Hansen and brother, will
spend Christmas with their parents at
Provo.
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Ti. A. Langcnlmgen and Mrs. S. Ol
son will spend Christinas with James
Hansen ;s family of Provo.
Mrs. Amelia F. Young is quite sick
at her home, No, (i South First West.
Earl Weight of Pasadena, Cal., is in
tho city visiting his grand parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Jack.
' k
Miss Mary Gni3' has gono to Bing
ham to spend tho holidays with her
parents, Mr. aud Mrs. George Gray.
Miss Eva Snow left Saturday for
Richfield to spend Christmas with hor
sister.
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Mrs. S. J. Merrill of Cnnanca, Mcxi-
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I HOTEL KNUTSFORD BUILDING ill
Holiday Opportunities r '
of an Extraordinary If
I Money-Saving Character.
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AT HALF-PRICE I
Tremendous Overstock
Pre-Christmas
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KNUTSFORD HOTEL BUILDING fl
j Opee Evenings.
co. sister of Mrs. Frederic Fuller, of
this cit', has como to Salt Lake to re
side. Oliss Henrietta and Miss Margaret
Vor million, who havo boon attending
Croighton Collogo of Pharmacy in Oma
ha, will bo bonie to spend the holidays.
Mrs. H. A. Baron entertained at her
residence, 31H South Fifth Kast streot,
tho Ladies' Progressive Whist club on
Wednesday. Tho prizes wero carried
off by Mis. L. Smith and Mrs. D. B.
Baron. A most enjoyablo timo was
spent br all present.
m
Mrs. A. C. Motley and Mrs. V. T.
Bull, of Mitchell, South Dakota, who
aro on their way to Southern California,
arc tho guests "of Mr. and Mrs. M. B
Taylor for a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Arnlzon aro now
at homo at 5GS .South Kinth East
street.
Clubs:
Thp next regular meeting of tho
Ladies' Literary club will bo Friday,
Dccombor 27, whon a papor will bo read
by G. B. Wilson, F. R. G. S on "China
aud tho Chinose." Miss Sinclair will
give a piano solo and Mme. Swcnson's
double quarlclto of young ladies will
sing.
Tho P. E. O. Bociotr met Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. Sherwood. Miss
Lydia Palmer talked on her trir abroad.
Tho next meeting will To with Miss
.Ruth. Palmer on January 1.
Tho next mecling of tho art section
will be Thursday, Januarj' 2, at 10:15
o'clock, in tho clubhouse.
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Tho next mooting of tho current event
and current litcraturo section will be
at 2 p. m. Friday. January 3,
b to
The tourist section will mc'ot Tues
day, December 3.1, at tho clubhouse,
when Mrs. Wycho will givo tho talk
for the afternoon.
The Nineteenth Century club met Fri
day aftornoon at tho home, of Mrs.
W. B. Scarls. A fino paper was read
on James JJnsscll Lowell by Mrs. Sam
Schwab.
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The Wasatch Literary club iUQt Tuos
day. when an iuloresling papor was
read on Florence, Italy, by Miss Min
nie Stevenson. A vocal solo was given
by Mrs. Horbert Hays, and an instru
mental solo by M iss Poncua Korns.
Ono of the best meetings of the
daughters of pioneers was held Wednes
day, at 3 p. m., in tho Lion houso. Pnt
riarch John Smith gave reminiscences
of the prophet and several ladies spoko.
Tho old-fashioned refreshments were
greatly enjoyed.
Music.
Music for tho Unitarian church morn
ing service, "The Christmas Herald,"
by Coombs, will be sung bv Mrs. Bcs
. sio Browning, with a violin obligato
bj; Mr. Cowan. The Unity quartette
will sing.
Tho pupils of Miss Matio Hall gave
a recital, closing tho torm, at the studio
Saturday morning. An interesting pro-
nrammo and solectipns from Heller,
llanselt and Schumann wero rendered.
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U. I. Bowles, for some timo connocted
with Calvary church, Now York City,
will 6jng at St. Mark's cathedral Sun
day, in tho morning, tho recitative,
"Comfort Ye" and aria "Evory Val
loy," from Handol's "Messiah and
in tho evening, "If "With All Your
Hearts," from Mendelssohn's "Eli
jah." At St. Mark's cathedral a midniglil
seryico will be held Christmas eve, nt
which tho following programme of
musio will bo rondorod: Processional,
hvmn No. 59, "It Came Upon tho Mid
night Clear;" "Kyrlo Eliason" (Bat
tison Haynes): "Gloria tibo" (Bat
tison Haynes); "Credo" (Baltison
Haynes); anthom, "The Star of
Peaco" (Schueckcr), solo bv Miss
Isabel Osborn: "Sanctus" (Gounod),
"Agnus Doi" (Battison Haynos),
"Gloria in Excolsis" (Battison
Haynes). solos by Mrs. Gertrude Mur
ray; "Nuuc Dimittus," organ; Reces
sional, hynm No. GO, "Angels From tho
Realms of Glory."
Christmase morning, at 31 oclock,
tho following music will bo sung:
Procossional, hymn No. ."if), "Como
All Yo Faithful;" "Vcnito" (Men
delssohn); "To dcum laudamus"
(Jackson): "Jubilate Doo" (Dupuis):
"lntroit' solo, "Tho New-Born
King" (L'Espoir): "Kyrio Eliason"
(Battison Havnos); "Gloria tibo"
(Battison Hnynes); "Credo" (Bntti
son Haynos); sermon hymn No. 58, "O
Littlo Town of Bothlehcm:" singing of
tho doxology; offertory anthom "ftal
leujah Chorus" (Handel); "Bonondic
tus," (Gounod), solo by Miss Amy Os
borne; "Sanctus" (Gounod). "Agnus
Dei," (Battison Haj'nos), "Gloria in
Excolsis" (Battison "Haynes), boIos by
Mrs. Gortrudo Murray; "Nunc Dimif.
tus;" recessional, hynm No. 51, "Hark I
Tho Herald Augols Sing:" organ post
hide. Karl A. tacheid, cboirmaster; A.
U. Pcabody, organist.
Tho Fine Arts.
"Tho Fine Arts," together with a
Hfo membership in The National Art
society for the advancement of art in
America, can bo secured at Miss Wil-
lard's studio, 1134 East South Tcmpla!
street. The National Art society in- I
eludes directors of art, colcbratcn cn-3.
tics, art educators, National and StntJ v
presidents of women's clubs, business t-
and professional men, and cultured 'j .
women throughout Amorica.
"The Fine Arts" contains a valav, .
ble course of studies by those wbo an
authorit.y. A universitj- course com '1
bincd with masterpieces" and paintmc Jfj 1
from masters of past and prcseut. Hjf; 1
appeals to and deserves the support off,
all lovers of tho beautiful. A memhH-a,
ship in Tho National Art society en-.
nbles onp to keep in sympathy nu'l up
to dato in everj' phaso or art
Women of Salt Lake. Jj
Mrs. W. H. Bryan, the wcll;kD0
hairdrosser, who also docs manicunnftfj
chiropody and electrolysis, has re-M t,
turned from the East and invites wa
friends to call upon her at :No, 3 uu-J
flcy apartments.
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