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t SOCIETY CIETY it LRALDHRLFLJBLTCAN MUSIC MUSICSECTION N iLTSICSECTION
SECTION THREE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 3 1909 PAGES 1 TO 12
ALT LAKE will be the scene of a alarge alarge alarge
SALT large gathering during the latter latterpart latterpart latterpart
part of the week when the State StateFederation StateFederation StateFederation
Federation of Womens clubs will con convene convne convene ¬
vene In this city clt The federation counts countsamong countsamong countsamong
among Its members many representa representative rt rppresentattve > pre entn entntlve ¬
tive women of the state earnest and andpurposeful andpurposeful andpurposeful
purposeful women who have been Inde Indefatigable Indefatigable indefatigable ¬
fatigable in their efforts in club work workThough workThough workThough
Though womens clubs have long been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the subject of ridicule and the comic comicpapers comicpapers comicpapers
papers have been persistent in attribut attributing1 attributIng attrlbuting ¬
Ing the most fantastic notions to club clubwomen clubWomen clubwomen
women in general now however it is isa isa
a recognized fact that the womens club clubIs
Is really a factor for good in any community com community communlt ¬
munity munlt There are of course many manyclubs manydubs manyclubs
clubs which have no definite excuse for forbeing forlxing forbeing
being and many others whose purpose purposeIs
1 Is purely social but the real womens womensclub womensdub womensclub
club of today has come to be the one onewhose onewhose onewhose
whose aim is for the uplift of humanity human humanity humanUy ¬
ity The recent civic improvements in inmany inany inmany
many any of our larger cities are directly I
MRS DELLA DAYNES HILLS HILLSMrs
Mrs Irs Della Daynes Da3 > es Hills who WhOM te well known In musical and social circles circlesof
I of Salt Lake and who is considered by Sir Ir Brines as one of his most prom promising promtsing promising ¬
ising pupils possesses po8 a soprano voice of rare quality which will be heard at a anumber allumbEr anumber
number of events during the season
traceable to the arousing of public opin opinion opi opiton opinion ¬
ion by the womens clubs and many manyother manyother manyother
other plans adopted have originated originatedand
and in many cases have been carried to toa toa toa
a consummation through the influence influenceof
of club members membersAnd membersAnd membersAnd
And aside from the question as to the thehelp thehfolp thehelp
help that these the e clubs may ma be to therest therestof
of the community there is no doubt doubtthat dCMIbtt1at doubtthat
that membership in them has b Men n of ofinestimable ofinCtimable ofinestimable
inestimable benefit to the members membersthemselves membersthcmsclves membersthemselves
themselves The interesting stories storiesalmut storiesalut storiesai
almut ai nut the Ignorance of parliamentary parliamentarylaw
law displayed at these meetings have havelot havelot haveopt
lot favor since it has been found that thatR thatnberts
R nberts berts Rules of Order have been
thoroughly mastered by most women womenand women womenand womenand
and the tales about the petty quarrels quarrelsamong quarrelsamong quarrelsamong
among the club members are true only onlyin
in so far as is true of any gathering gatheringwhere gatheringwhere gatheringwhere
where people of strong opinions congre congregate congregate congregate ¬
gate And with all the drawbacks that thatmay thatmay thatmay
may be conceded there is a pleasure in inthe inthe inthe
the study of the literary and musical musicaltopics musicaltopics musicaltopics
topics and their discussion somehow somehowlifts somehowIIttB somehowlifts
lifts one above the trivial affairs that thathave thathave thathave
have seeemed as mountains and the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women return to their homes ready read to totake totake totake
take up anew the household cares car s that thathad thathad thathad
had seemed to be so appalling appallingCOMING appallingI appallingCOMING
I COMING EVENTS EVENTSThe I IThe
The beautiful home of Mr and Mrs MrsDavid MrsDaid MrsDavid
David Keith in South Temple street will willbe willbe willbe
be the scene of a large reception to be begiven begiven begiven
given Thursday evening Oct lf 7 to the
guests of the State Federation of Wo Womens Womens Womens ¬
mens clubs An Invitation te the re reception receptl reception ¬
ception ceptl n is extended to thehusbands the husbands of ofall ofall ofall
all club members membersMrs membersMrs membersMrs
M
Mrs William Reid will be the hostess hostessat
at an informal bridge tea to be given givenTuesday givenTuesday givenTuesdayy
Tuesday afternoon at her home in How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard avenue avenueA
y Ie IeA
A 500 party will be given Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon Wednesdayafternoon Wednesdayafternoon
afternoon by Mrs George Raymond at ather ather ather
her apartments in the Woodruff WoodruffA
A bridge tea will be given by Mrs WH W WH WH
H Tobias Monday afternoon when vl en she
will entertain the members of her bridge bridgeclub bridgeclub bridgeclub
club at her home in Third East street streetJjC streetMrs streetMrs
JjC Jji 3JC 3JCMrs C
Mrs Edward Groesbeck will be the thehostess thehostess thehostess
hostess at an Informal bridge tea to be begiven begiven begiven
given Friday afternoon at her home In InBlaine InBlaine InBlaine
Blaine avenueMiss avenue avenueMiss avenue1IIss
Miss Gertrude Gertrude Campbell Campbell an I autumn autumnbride aut autumnbride mn mnbride
bride will be the honored guest at sev several sevcrill severalafTttIi ¬
eral eralafTttIi affairs aff ffS tobe given this week week1Irs week1IrsW MrsW Mrs MrsW
W S Seley will be the hostess Monday Mondayat
at a K ensington to be given In her hon honor honor honor ¬
or and Wednesday Mrs George Richard RichardSmith RichardSmith RichardSmith
Smith will entertain for her Thursday Thursdayanother Thursdayanother Thursdayanother
another affair will be given for her Mrs MrsFreeman MrsFreethii MrsFre
Freeman Fre mln ante entertaining T afining iningwith witha with a a500 500 party partyat
at her home Th m South Twelfth East Eaststreet Easttreet Eaststreet
street streetA
t <
A party will be given next Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturdayafternoon Saturdayafternoon
afternoon by b Mrs Irs George Wareingcomplimentary Wareing Wareingcomplimentary Wareingcomplimentary
complimentary to Miss Naomi Van VanDyke VanDyke VanDyke
Dyke an October brideThe bride brideac brideThe
ac acThe x
The beautiful collection of paintings paintingsin
in the Holmes art gallery will be ex exhibited exhibIted cxhibited ¬
hibited during the week the gallery gall ry be being being being ¬
ing opened for the guests of the State StateFederation StateFederation StateFederation
Federation of Womens clubs clubswhlch clubswhlchCOnvenes which whichconvenes whichconvenes
convenes COnvenes here this week weekMrs weeltII
> II x s sMrs to toMrs
Mrs Carl Williams will wllJbethe bethe be the hostess hostessat
at a five hundred party to be given givenMonday givenMonday givenMonday
Monday afternoon in honor of Miss MissAnna MissAnna MissAnna
Anna Williams WilliamsWEEK WilliamsI WilliamsWEEK
I WEEK IN SOCIETY SOCIETYA
A delightful bridge tea utas as s that given givenby giv givenby u uby
by Mrs Sarah Boggs oggs who entertained entertainedat
at the studio of Mrs King yesterday yesterdayafternoon YCjterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon The studio was effectively effectivelydecorated effectivelydecorated effectivelydecorated
decorated with the autumn autumn leaves and andsunflowers andsunflowers andsunflowers
sunflowers while the red berries of the thesweet thesweet thesweet
sweet briar roses lent lenta a pretty touch of ofbright ofbright ofbright
bright color The table centerpiece was wasa
a straw hat filled with yellow yellowasters yellowastersand asters astersand astersand
and the place cards were dainty hand handpainted handpainted handpainted
painted butterfly designs Covers were werelaid werelaid werelaid
laid for sixteen guests guestsMrs guestsMrs guestsMrs
Mrs Clint B Leigh and Mrs A H HPeabody HPeabody HPeabody
Peabody were hostesses at a reception receptiongiven receptiongiven receptiongiven
given yesterday afternoon at the home homeof homeof
of Mrs Peabody on Third avenue A Acolor Acolor Acolor
color scheme Of yellow ellow was carried out outin outin outin
in the decorations Mrs Irs S O S Nelden NeldenMrs NeldenMrs NeldenMrs
Mrs G Y Wallace Mrs Ledyard Bal Balley Balley Batley
ley Mrs S Pointer Mrs M 1 O Ritchie Ritchieand Ritchieand Ritchieand
and Mrs Irs Graham Putnam presided at atthe atthe atthe
the tea table while the th Misses Margaret MargaretHarris MargaretHarris MargaretHarris
Harris Gladys Savage Lucy Luc LewisMargaret Lewis LewisMargaret Lewislllrgnret
Margaret Clark and Traddles Traddlespatterson Traddlespattersonassisted Patterson Pattersonassisted Pattersonassisted
assisted in the dining room Those as assisting assisting assisting ¬
sisting Mrs Peabody and Mrs Leigh Leighin
in receiving the guests were Mrs Leroy LeroyPalmer LeroyPalmer LeroyPalmer
Palmer and Mrs Clarence G Barron Barronwhile Barronwhile Barronwhile
while little Beatrice Klienschmidt as assisted assisted assisted ¬
sisted at the door Music was furnished furnishedby furnishedby
by the Troubadours TroubadoursA
A matinee party rt was given at the Or Orpheuni 01phe Orpheyrn
pheuni phe 1l yesterday yest rday afternoon followed by bya
a luncheon at the Commercial club at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which Mrs Frank Lowe was the host hostess hostess hostess ¬
ess There were were twelve guests seated seatedat
at the round table which was prettily prettilydecorated prettilydecorated prettilydecorated
decorated with purple asters A crys crystal crystal crystal ¬
tal basket held many of the beautiful beautifulasters beautifulasters beautifulasters
asters while ferns were scattered over overthe overthe overthe
the table The place cards were hand handpainted handpainted handpainted
painted asters astersA
A beautiful luncheon at the Commer Commercial Commercial Commercial ¬
cial club Saturdayafternoon Saturday afternoon was that thatgiven thatgiven thatgiven
given by Miss Florence Halloran in inhonor inhonor Inhonor
honor of Miss Dorothy Bamberger The Thetable Thetable Thetable
table waS gs decorated iii in the cS Seasons Seasonsflowers seasonsflowers atmnsflowerS
flowers Guests GUetswer were Miss llsElsle Elsie Bamberi Bam Bamber BamberefMlss
ber berefMlss et er Miss Lillie Dosher Miss Dorothy DorothyBamberger DorothyBamberger DorothyBamberger
Bamberger Miss lissDorothY Dorothy Marioneaux Marioneauxand
and Miss Darlene Kimball KimballA
A canyon ean on party was given by b the theMisses thelIsses theMisses
Misses Selma Alice and Mary Wall on onFriday onFrida onFriday
Friday Frida a car being chartered to Emi Emigration Emigration Emigration ¬
gration canyon ca 1on where a delightful delightfulluncheon dellghUulluncheon delightfulluncheon
luncheon was served by Mrs Waldron Waldronupon ZValdronupon Valdronupon
upon the arrival of the car car Seventy Seventyfive SeventyIhe
five guests enjoyed the afternoon The Thereturn Thereturn Thereturn
return trip was Vas made at 7 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
> <
The junior class of Rowland Hall en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained the senior class Saturday Saturdayevening Saturdae Saturdaye
evening e the party being an annual annualevent annualevent annualevent
event in the hall affairs A hayride hayridewas
was as taken to the old paper mill beyond beyondMurray beyondMurray beyondMurray
Murray where a supper was served servedThe servedThe servedThe
The return trip was made by b moon moonlight moon moonUght moonlight ¬
light and an the affair was chaperoned d by byDr byDr byDr
Dr and Mrs Irs Charles Plummer and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Clara Colburne ColburneA
A pretty autumn luncheon was that thatgiven thatgiven thatgiven
given by Miss Stella Cohn at her home homeFriday homeFrida homeFriday
Friday when twelve guests were en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained in honor of Mrs Sylvan Leon Leonwho Leonwho Leonwho
who has recently returned from her
wedding trip The table was decoratedwith
with pink and white dahlias and
and tulle streamers were draped from
the chandeliers to the table
heads marked the places for the guests guestsv guestsThe guestsThe guestsThe
v
The Misses Hazel and Grace
entertained delightfully at a dinner dln er
evening when eight guests were pres present present present ¬
ent
Miss 18S Mabel Elton entertained
Sewing club at her home Saturday aft afternoon aftfmoon afternoon ¬
ernoon Only members of the club were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present and luncheon was served for foreight foreight foreight
eight guests The table was effectively effectlveldecorated
decorated with autumn leaves leavesThe leavesThe leavesThe
The second in the series of teas being beinggiven beingen beinggiven
given en by Mrs Philip Schonert and Mrs MrsE MrsE
E H Dorman was that yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at the home of Mrs Schonert The
house was attractively decorated with withthe withthe withthe
the fall flowers 1l0w rs pink and white asters
being used The hostesses were assisted assistedduring assistedduring assistedduring
during the afternoon by Miss Ruby
Williams Mrs Mason Miner Mrs Clar Clarence Clarence Clarence ¬
ence Dresser and Miss Maud Williams WilliamsThere WilliamsThere WilliamsThere
There were about thirty guests present presentAn
An informal luncheon was given Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday by Mrs Claude Williams Theb The Thetable
table b was beautifully decorated in an anautumn anautumn anautumn
autumn effect and a basket of fruit
formed an effective centerpiece centerpieceAn
Ii
An autumn luncheon was given Wed Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday ¬
nesday by Mrs C E Richards with
i Mrs Elmer Jones as the complimented
guest The house was beautifully decor decorated decorated decorated ¬
ated in the autumn leaves and flowers flowersA
II
A musicale was given Wednesday night nightat
at the home of Mrs Rodney Hlllam the theguests theguests theguests
guests of honor being Mrs Irs A J Prosser Prosserof
of Los Angeles and Miss Naomi Van VanJJyKe
Dyke an autumn bride The rooms were
decorated in pink roses and asters a amound amound amound
mound of the roses decorating the dining
table where the Misses Leonore Van
Dyke and Ida Van Dyke and the Misses
Luella Waring and Nina Waring as assisted assisted assisted ¬
sisted Thlrtjtslx guests were entertained
during the evening eveningP eveningMrs eveningMrs
= P
Mrs R H Peale entertained at a de ¬
lightful bridge tea given Wednesday af ¬
ternoon at her home in First avenue the theKuests theJruests theguests
guests of honor being her mother Mrs
M I Allen and her sister Miss Allie Peale Pealeof
of Chicago Four tables of bridge were wereplayed werepla3ed wereplayed
played and the prizes were awarded to
Mrs Irs C H Belfuss Beifu s and Mrs H A Clark
The tables were prettily decorated insummer In Insummer Insummer
summer flowers and autumn leaves
A beautiful luncheon of Thursday was
that with which Miss Lucile Clark enter entertained entertained entertained ¬
tained twentyfive guests the affair he heing
Ing complimentary to a number of the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young girls who returned to college on
Saturday At either end of o the luncheon luncheontable luncheontable luncheontable
table were placed tall cut glass vases of
American Beauty roses while the cen centerptece centerplece centerpiece
terptece was a huge butterfly bow of ofred ofred o1red
red ribbons with streamers of the rib ¬
bons drawn to the corners of the table
Smllax and ferns were scattered about
the table where cards bearing the silver sil silver silver ¬
ver monogram of the hostess marked theplaces the theplaces theplaces
places for the Misses NorrineThompson
Margaret Walker alker Margaret McClure IcClureIarjorle
Marjorie Jacobs Bryan Houston Griz Griazelle Grizzelle Grizzelle
zelle Houston Josephine Jo ephlne Well Dorothy
Moore Juliet Banks Gladys McConaughy
Isabel Isa l Schiffer Margaret Dunn Lillian
Lane Carey Marshall Virginia Beatty
Mine lIne McMillan Hazel Oswald Marion
Oberndorfer Dorothy Drgnowlty Selma SelmaWall SelmaaJl SelmaWall
Wall aJl Alice Wall all and Mary 1Iar Wall Fol ¬
lowing lowingthe the luncheon the guests were en entertained entertained entertalned ¬
tertained with a matinee party at the
Orpheum OrpheumA
A delightful five hundred party was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that given Thursday afternoon by Mrs
Freeman Basaett Ba ett in honor of Miss Mar Margaret Margaret Iargaret ¬
garet Evans an October bride A color colorscheme coloscheme colorscheme
scheme of yellow was carried out In the thedecorations thedecoratlon5 thedecorations
decorations the parlor being prettily dec deceat < leeeratedln a aerated
eat eratedln erated d In ina a profusion of sunflowers and andautumn andautumn andautumn
autumn leaves In the dining room a
bowl of yellow nasturtiums decorated the thetabte thetable thetable
table and streamers of yellow ribbons ribbonswere ribbonswere ribbonswere
were draped from the chandelier to the
dining table where the places for eight eightguests eightguests eightguests
guests were marked by the single nas nasturtium nasturtium nasturtium ¬
turtium blossoms blossomsTwenty bloSlOmsTwenty blossomsTwenty
Twenty guests were entertained with a amusicals amusicale amusicale
musicale given Thursday night at the
home of Mrs J Milleron in Seventh East Eaststreet Eaststreet Eatstreet
street The rooms were decorated through throughout ¬
out in the Japanese sunflowers and Mrs MrsMllleron MrsDlleron MrsMRlleron
Mllleron was as assisted a in serving by Miss MissVirginia MIssVirginia MissVirginia
Virginia Duncan Miss Roumanla Hyde Hydeand Hdeand Hydeand
and Miss Louise Milleron Among those thoseparticipating thoseparticipating thoseparticipating
participating In the charming musical pro program program program ¬
gram were Mrs Charles Plummer and H HK 11K HK
K Hooker of Boston while Miss Rou Roumania Roumania Roumania
mania Hyde delighted the guests with a anumber anumber anumber
number of selections on the violin violinA
A charming bridge tea was that with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which Mrs Willis iJlls rUne entertained at ather ather ather
her quarters at Fort Douglas DouglasFriday Friday Frido aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon Nasturtiums and dahlias were werecombined werecombined werecombined
combined with autumn leaves in th the decorations dec decorations d dorations ¬
orations Mrs Ullne was assisted by Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn MrsJohn
John W Ward ard and Mrs Paul Potter Six Sixtables Sixtables Sixtables
tables of bridge were played and prizes prizeswere prizeswere prizeswere
were won by Mrs Gillette and Mrs MrsJames MrsJames 1115James
James Arrasmlth
Mrs T A Baldwin Jr was the hostess host hostess hostFriday ¬
ess Friday night at a theatre the tre party en entertaining entertalnln entertaining ¬
tertaining a number of friends at TheHoneymoon The TheHoneymoon TheHoneymoon
Honeymoon Trail at the Salt Lake L ke the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre In honor of Mrs Irs S C Baldwin Baldwinwho Blildwinwho Baldwinwho
who has recently returned from the Phil Philippines Philippines Philippines ¬
ippines ippinesThe ippinesThe ippinesThe
The first dance of the University of ofUtah ofrtah ofVtah
Utah social season son was the th annual reception re reception reI ¬
ception of the senior class to the stu stud studnts students
I
d dents > nts and faculty given In the Univer University University ¬
sity > ity ass assembly mblv hall Friday Frida afternoon from fromuntIl
1 until 6 oclock The affair was most mostinformal mostAll mostI
I informal All decorations were dispensed dispensedwith
with The class acted as the reception receptioncommittee receptioncommittee receptioncommittee
committee The seniors were designated designatedby
by b a small blue pennant nnant hearing the nu numeral numlral numeral ¬
meral 10 of the senior class In white whiteDuring whiteDuring whiteDuring
During the afternoon more than 100 cou couples couples couples ¬
ples enjoyed the hospitality of the class classThe classThe classThe
The girls of the class served punch and andthe andthe andthe
the members of the faculty acted as pa patrons patrons patrons ¬
trons tronsA v vA
A large reception was that given Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day night by Dr and Mrs Frances Bur Burgette Burgtte Burgette
gette Short when they entertained about
250 guests in the parlors of the First FirstMethodist FlrtI FirstMethodist
Methodist I < > thOOlst Episcopal church in Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street The parlor of the church churchI
was decorated with palms and large bou bouquets bouquets bouquets ¬
quets of pink and white asters with au autumn autumn autumn ¬
tumn leaves adding a pretty touch of ofcolor ofcolor ofcolor
color In the dining room quantities of ofsunflowers ofsunflowers ofsunflowers
sunflowers were banked upon the man mantle mantie mantle ¬
tle and about the room while vases of ofnasturtiums ofnasturtiums ofnasturtiums
nasturtiums were used on the tables tablesThose tablesThose tablesThose
Those who assisted Dr and Mrs Short Shortin
in receiving were re Mrs Irs H J Talbot and andJudge andJudge andJudge
Judge George Goodwin Mrs Newell Bee Beeman Beeman Beeman
man and Sirs Irs Freeman Morningstar pre presided presided presided ¬
sided in the dining room assisted by b the thoMisses thelL1sIES theMisses
Misses Olive Ferris Ada Betts Mary MaryMorehead MaryIorehead MaryMorebead
Morehead Thenla Chllcott BernicE Day DayEmma DayJo DayEmma
Emma Jo mma Heckner Gale Mills Gertrude GertrudeSnlvley GertrudeSnlvley GertrudeSnlvley
Snlvley and Mrs C O Brown A Anum AnumbEr num number number ¬
ber of vocal and Instrumental numbers numberswere
were given by the Hawaiian troubadours troubadoursand
and several pleasing selections were also alsogiven alsogl alsogiven
given gl > n by Miss Ethel Nettletons orches orchestra ¬
tra
5J5 5J5Thirty
Thirty Thlrt guests were entertained at a aKensington aKEnsington aKensington
Kensington tea given at the th home of Mrs MrsPhilip MrsPhilip 119Philip
Philip Schonert Friday the hostesses be beJng beIng being
Ing Mrs Irs E H Dorman and Mrs ShonertThe Shonert ShonertThe ShonertThe
The reception hall was beautifully deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated In yellow sunflowers and nasturtiums nastur nasturtiums nasturtiums ¬
tiums while pink and white asters were wereused weretJs wereused
used tJs d in the dining room and parlor The Thehostesses Thehostesses Thehostesses
hostesses were assisted In serving by Mrs MrsWaldron MrsWaldron MrsWaldron
Waldron Mrs Mason Miner Miss Nora NoraMfCanne XoraM NoraMnCanne
MfCanne M CaDne and Mrs C Lang LangA
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A delightful dinner party was that with withwhlh withwhlh withwhich
whlh Miss A Bcappatura entertained entertainedeight entertainedght entertainedeight
eight ght guests Thursday evening In honor honorof
of Mrs A A J Prosser of Los Angeles Angelesand
and Miss Naomi Van Dyke nn October OctoberI Octoberbide Octoberbride
ride I A color scheme of red was as pret prettllr prettIl7 prettil
tllr til carried out in the table decorations decorationsa
a large mound of red sweet peas and andnasturtiums nndnasturtlumll andnasturtiums
nasturtiums forming the centerpiece The Thedinner Thedinner Thedinner
dinner was followed followed by a theatre party partyat
at the Grand GrandMrs GrandIIi GrandMrs
Mrs IIi J E > Austin entertained eighteen eighteengiiesto olghteenguests eighteeng
guests g iests Thursday Thur day night at her home In InFirst InFirst inFirst
First avenue in honor of her son Wal Waitare Wallace
tare Austin who loaves lo yen for the east in ina Ina ina
a couple of week Sunflowers In pro profusion profusion profusion ¬
fusion were massed throughout th throoms throom9 the therooms
rooms A large l rt va van 3 of yellow sunflow sunflowers ¬
ers formed the tablo centerploco from fromwhich fromwhich frontwhich
which yellow ribbon extended to each
plate The guests places were marked markedby
by dainty dalnt cards In the sunflower design designA
A conundrum supper was 8S served serv and andlater andlater andlater
later games were enjoyed by the guests guestsThe guestsThe guestsThe
The prizes were awarded to Miss Claire ClaireButterfield Clairel1utterfleld ClaireButterfield
Butterfield and Laurie Bennett Little LittleBlanche LittleBlanche LittleBlanche
Blanche Austin gave several charming charmingvocal charmingocal charmingvocal
vocal and musical selections during the theevening theeyenlng theevening
evening eyenlngMrs eveningMrs
jjc sc scMrs J
Mrs Charles Livingston Livingston entertained last lastMonday lastMonday lastMondayafternoon
Mondayafternoon Monday afternoon at a 600 1 OQ party at her herhome herhome herhome
home in South Ninth East street Ten Tentables Tentables Tentables
tables were played and the prizes were wereawarded wereawarded wereawarded
awarded to Airs Frances Armstrong and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Isaac Barton The living room was wasprettily wasprettily wasprettily
prettily decorated in the national colors colorsand colorsand colorsand
and quantities qul ntities of red dahlias and whit whitand whland whtttrand
and yellow asters were used in the par parlor parlor parlor ¬
lor Mrs Livingston was again the host hostess Jt08tess hostess ¬
ess on Tuesday evening at a 600 party partyAbout partyAbout partyAbout
About forty guests were present and the thecard thecard thecard
card prizes were won by Mrs Irs William WilliamArmstrong WIlliamArmstrong WilliamArmstrong
Armstrong Mrs Ernest Smith and Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward Burton and G Anderson AndersonA
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A delightful surprise surprise party party was that thatgiven thatgiven thatgiven
given Friday evening at the home of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs J H Wltbeck the affair being beingIn
In honor of Mr WItbecks birthday Th Thparlor T TparloI Theparlor
parlor was beautifully decorated in pink pinkand pinkand pinkand
and white carnations while a color scheme schemeof
of red was effectively carried out In the thedining thedinIng thedining
dining room decorations The dining ta table table table ¬
ble was covered with Battenberg doilies doiliesover dolliellover doiliesover
over red satin and the centerpiece was wasa
a silver basket of red asters resting on ona ona ona
a large mirror A large bow of red satin satinribbon satinribbon satinribbon
ribbon was tied on the handle of the thebasket thebasket thebasket
basket and from this vines of the Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia creeper extended to the corners of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the table Thirty guests were present and andthe andthe andthe
the hostesses were assisted as l ted by Mrs Smith SmithIn Smithin
In serving Five hundred was played playedthe
the prizes being won by Mrs Darmer Darmerand Darmernnd Darmerand
and Mrs A J Sharrpn A number of ofdelightful ofdelightful ofdelightful
delightful musical selections were given
during the evening by Misses Merle Tay ¬
lor and Aleta Witbeck AVitbeckMrs Witbeckllrs WitbeckMrs
Mrs Daniel Gurnsey entertained entertainedwith
with a five hundred party on Friday
in honor of her daughter dau daughter hter Mrs F C
Welch who leaves Wednesday for her
home in Sacramento Six tables were wereplayed wereplayed wereplayed
played the tables being prettily deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated In Japanese sunflowers The card cardprizes cardprizes cardprizes
prizes were won by Mrs C H Ander Anderson ¬
son and the guest of honor Mrs
Gurnsey was assisted in serving by
Mrs Alfred Pierson Mrs A J Mur Murphy Murphy Iur Iurphy ¬
phy and Miss Murphy MurphyA
A china shower was given Wednes ¬
day afternoon afterna n by Mrs Emma Hardey
in honor of her niece Miss Amelia
Loughton who will be married in Oc ¬
tober The dining room was decorated
asters
in alters while sweet p peas as were used
with pretty effect in the parlor parlorMrs parlorMrs parlorMrs
Mrs W A Cavenaugh was the hos ¬
tess at an informal luncheon given
Monday at her quarters at Fort Doug 1ou ¬
las The table was beautifully deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated in the seasons flowers Covers Coverswere Coverswere Coverswere
were laid for six Ix guest gueataMr i iMr
Mr and Mrs Reuben Romney enter ¬
tained fourteen guests uests with a box boxparty bpxparty boxparty
party given Monday night at the Or Orpheum 01pheum Orpheum ¬
pheum the guests of honor being Mr Mrand 1lrand Mrand
and Mrs Romneys sister Miss Ardelle
Romney and Richard Ballantyne who whowill whowill whowill
will be married Thursday ThursdayAn
An informal reception was given
Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs L Pappe In honor of their
daughter dau hter Zelda whose engagement to
J Zimmerman was announced this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week The house was beautifully deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated in the fall flowers purple and andwhite andwhite andwhite
white asters and ferns being used in
the parlor while the dining room was wasbright wasbright wasbright
bright with pink and white roses r es and andchrysanthemum andchrysanthemums andchrysanthemums
chrysanthemums About fifty guests guestswere guestswere guestswere
were entertained and the th > hostess was wasassisted wasall8isted wasassisted
assisted in receiving by 3 Mrs > A Pappe Pappeand Pappeand Pappeand
and Mrs R S Pappe PappeMistf Pappe1o ppe ppeti
Mistf 1o ti 11t 4 Ipne Morrison was the honored honoredguest hOR r f1 f1guest
guest guest at a delightful luncheon with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which Mrs C It Pear PearU pead U entertained entertainedWednesday eater entertaainedWednesday lned lnedWednesd
Wednesday Wednesd 3 at the Country dab Cov Covers Covers Covers ¬
ers were laid for f Or sixteen guests guestsV
V V T TA
A charming afternoon tea WM ow that thatwith thatwith thatwith
with which Mrs Ned N fl Ferry entertained entertainedWednesday entertainedVedn8l1day entertainedWednesday
Wednesday the complimented guests guestsbeing guestsbeing guestsbeing
being Miss Juliet Banks who is the theguest theguest theguest
guest of Mrs Montague Ferry Ferr and andMiss andlfss andMiss
Miss Margaret McClure who left Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday for the east A silver basket basketfilled basketfllled basketfilled
filled with purple asters formed the thecenterpiece thecenterpiece thecenterpiece
centerpiece on the dining table aboutwhich about aboutwhich abautwhich
which were strewn autumn leaves in inthe Inthe inthe
the bright red and golden tints Here HereMrs HereMrs HereMrs
Mrs Ferry was as assisted astli ted by b Mrs Mon Montague Monta Montague ¬
tague ta ue Ferry Mrs E O Howard Mrs MrsBenner MrBenner MrsBenner
Benner X L Smith Mrs Lewis McCor McCornick McCornick McCornick
nick Mrs Frank Jennings and Mrs MrsErnest MrsErnest MrsErnest
Ernest Bamberger The hall was beau beautifully beautlfull beautifully ¬
tifully tlfull decorated in quantities of the theVirginia theVirginia theVirginia
Virginia creeper while yellow golden goldenglow goldenglow goldenglow
glow and sunflowers were used in the thehall thehall thehall
hall and drawing room The beauti beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
ful red ah berries were effectively effectivelyused
used in the decorations upstairs Fifty Fiftyguests Fiftyguests Fiftyguests
guests were present at the tea during duringth
th hours from 4 to 6 6Mrs G1Irs 6Mrs
Mrs Walter Rornney R7J ne was hostess at ata
a delightful matinee party given Wed Wednesday Wdnesday Wednesday ¬
nesday at the Colonial theatre in honor honorof
of Miss Ardelle Romney whose mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage took place Thursday Follow Following Following Following ¬
ing the play a delightful luncheon luncheonwas
was given at Franklins the table be being beIng being ¬
ing covered in pink and white asters asterswith aaterwith asterswith
with covers laid for nine guests guestsA guestsbeautiful
A beautiful luncheon given at the theCountry theCountry theCountry
Country club Wednesday was that thatwith thatwith thatwith
with which Miss Winifred Brice en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained In honor of Miss Marie Odellwho Odell Odellwho Odellwho
who recently returned from an ex extended extended extended ¬
tended trip abroad Pink and white whitechrysanthemums whitechrysanthemums whitechrysanthemums
chrysanthemums decorated the lunch luncheon luncheon uncheon ¬
eon table and dainty covers marked markedthe
the places of ten 3C cueats gueatsTho guests guestsThe cueats3C l V VThe
The Social Afternoon club enjoyed a atheatre f
theatre party at the Orpheum on onThursday onThursda3 onThursday
Thursday afternoon followed by a aluncheon aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon at Franklins The table was wasprettily wasprettily wasprettily
prettily decorated In pink and white whiteasters whiteasters whiteasters
asters and pink ink and white shaded can candelabra candelabra n ndelabra ¬
delabra The The following ladles were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present Mrs E P Youell Mrs Charles CharlesHussey CharlesHusse3 CharlesHussey
Hussey Mrs George Williams Mrs W WP WP WP
P Pierce Mrs Irs S L 1 Moyle Mrs Abe AbeMartin AbelJartin AbeMartin
Martin Mrs MrR R A Reibentlsch Mrs MrsA 11rsA
A A A Carlson Mrs A A C Spears and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Fred Dried BrlndThe BrindThe DriedThe
The guild of St Marks church en entertained ontertalned entertained ¬
tertained Tuesday afternoon with a asilver asliver asilver
silver tea given at the th home of Mrs MrsW 1IlrsV MrsW
W V P Kiser in South Thirteenth East Eaststreet Eaststreet Eaststreet
street The house was beautifully beautifullydecorated beutifulJydecorated beautifullydecorated
decorated In nasturtiums a color colorscheme colorscheme colorscheme
scheme of yellow being carried out outContinued autContinued outContinued
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program was received with great appreclatlon ap appreciation apreciatlon ¬
preciation The aria from The Bar Barber Barber Barber ¬
ber of Seville SeviUeln in which Mrs Morrissang Morris Morrissang Morrissang
sang to high D flat was followed by a amelody amelod3 amelody
melody Goodbye Sweet Day in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the score went to low G and herwonderful her herwonderful herwonderful
wonderful range of voice was clearlyshown clearly clearlyshown clearlyshown
shown In these two numbers Anothernumber Another Anothernumber Anothernumber
number which Mrs Morris sang wad wasThe wadThe WftilThe
The Hag Without a Stain a selec selection selection selection ¬
tion sung by b Mrs Irs Morris before Presi President President President ¬
dent Taft during his recent visit and andalso andalso andalso
also before President Roosevelt on his histour histour histour
tour some years ago Mrs Morris sang
this especially for the old soldiers of ofProvo ofProvo ofProvo
Provo who were her guests at the re recital recltal recital ¬
cital and the number was a greeted with withgreat withgreat withgreat
great applause applauseMrs
Mrs Morris was to have given a apupils apupils apupils
pupils recital re < Ital on Monday but on ac account account account ¬
count of illness of some of the pupils pupilsit
it was necessary to postpone it Mrs MrsMorris MraMorris MrsMorris
Morris leaves Wednesday for Chicago Chicagowhere Chicagowhere Chicagowhere
where she will appear ap1rin in a recital and andshe andslle andshe
she will also sing In Indianapolis and andNew andNew andNew
New York before ore sailing for Europe EuropeLouis EuropeIoul8 Europek EuropeLouis
k
Louis Siegel Siegelviolinist violinist a pupil of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great Ysaye and Francis Hendriks Hendrikspianist Hendrikspianist Ilendrikspianist
pianist assistant of the Berlin teacherGodowsky teacher teacherGodowaky teacherGodowsk
Godowaky will be presented at the theFirst theFlrt theFirst
First Congregational church Monday Mondayevening Mondayevening Mondayevening
evening next by b Mr Graham an 15 the thefirst thofirst thefirst
first concert of his subscription seri seriOf ll sertee serteeOf rte rteOf
Of Mr Siegel at St Paul the press preaesaid pre presaid presssaid
said Ills bowing and fingering were wereexcellent wereexcellent wereexcellent
excellent and beyond comparison comll3r1sonec comll3r1sonecond sec second ¬
ond only to his master Ysaye YsayeFrancis YsaeFrancis YsayeFrancis
Francis Hendriks who ho will assist assistMr assltMr assistMr
Mr Siegel is a pianist of much note notehas notehAll notehas
has toured with Anton Hekking the thecellist theceJll thecellist
cellist ceJll t with much success successThe lIucce successThe a aThe
The following program has been ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged rangedSonata rangedSonata 4
Sonata op 45 for Violin and Piano PianoEd PianoEd PianoAllegro
Ed Grieg GriegAllegro GrlegAUegro g
Allegro molto ed appassionato appassionatoAllegretto apJML8lonatoAllegretto appassionatoAllegretto
Allegretto expressive ana roman romansaAllegro romanAlIelro romaosaAllegro
Allegro anlmato anlmatoSonata anlmatoSonata animatoSonata
Sonata Devils Trill Cadenza CadenzaIgel CadenzaSiegel
CadenzaTartlni
Igel Tartlni
program for such an occasion A fea feature teature feature ¬
ture of the program will be the ren rendition rendltion renditlon ¬
dition by the tabernacle choir of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two numbers prepared for the Seattle Seattleeisteddfod Seattleeisteddfod Seattleeisteddfod
eisteddfod This will be the first time timeSalt timeSat timeSalt
Salt Lakers have heard the choruses chorusessince chorusessince chorusessince
since the choir returned and musical musicalpeople musicalpeople musicalpeople
people generally will listen to the readition ren rendition rendition ¬
dition with interest interestMr InterestHr
Mr Best will be heard in two notable notablearias notablearlu notablearias
arias Some lighter numbers will alsobe also alsobe allobe
be sung by way of diversion dtver fon Prof J JJ JJ JJ
J McClellan will render two organ organnumbers organnumbers organnumbers
numbers and Willard Welhe will play playtwo playtwo playtwo
two violin solos The program fellOWS teiiowsSelection fellOWSSeleeUon teuowsSelection
Selection Vales of Deseret Stephens StephensTabernacle StephensTabernacle StephensTabernacle
Tabernacle Choir ChoirViolin ChoirViolin ChoirViolin
Violin solo Concerto ConcertoMendelssohn ConcertoMendelssohnAndante Xeadelaaohn XeadelaaohnAndante XeBde1a ohn ohnAndante
Andante AndanteFinale AndanteFtnae AndanteFinale
Finale
Mr Wlliard Weihe WelheTenor WeiheTenor WeiheTenor
Tenor solo Che Gelida Mantua ManinaMr MantuaMr XulDlr
Mr Mr lr Alfred Beet BeetOrgan BelitOrglUl BatOrgan
Organ solo Mignon ExcerptsThomas ExcerptsThomasArr Excerpts Thomas ThomasArr ThomasArr
Arr for organ by performer performerMr
Mr John J McClella McCleUaaSelection McClellaSelection XcC1eURSelection
Selection Twilight TW1I1 htProtheroe htProtheroeTabernacle Protheroe ProtheroeTabernacle ProtberoeTabernaele
Tabernacle Choir ChoirTenor ChoirTenor ChoirTenor
Tenor solo soloa
a f Ill l Sing I The Song of Ara Araby b bb
blay Clay v
b Heimliche AuTforderung AutforderungStrauss AutforderungStraussMr Strauss StraussMr StraussXr
Mr Alfred Beat BestV BeatViolin BelIrVloU
Violin V olla solo Tn The Russian Airs AirsWlenawski AIrsWleaawski AirsWlenawskt
Wlenawski WlenawskiMr
Mr Willard Weihe WeiheOrgan WeiheOrpa WetheOrgaa
Organ solo aoloa
a Evening Star TannnauMr
TannnauMrWajrner TannbaUMrW
Wagner Wajrnerb W ner nerb
b Gauzonetts Canzonetta Godard Godardc
c An Old Melody MelodyArr
Arr by performer performerMr
Mr Mr John J McCtettan McCtettanMrto McCMlIaYU
Mrto pr rioeo o Vest la 1 OinbbaLeoncavallo OinbbaLeoncavalloMr Giubba Leoncavallo Leoncavallolr
Mr lr Alfred Beet BeetSelection BeatSelection BestSelection
Selection Rise Up Arise Arl e CSt St Paul PaulMendelssohn Pauleadetsaohn PaullMendelssoh >
Mendelssohn MendelssohnTabernacle eadetsaohnTabercle n nTabernacle
Tabernacle Choir ChoirAt ChoirAt ChoirAt
At St Pauls church this morning morningContinued morningContinued morningContinued
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State Federation on of Womens Clubs to tothe toHold toHold
Hold the theAnltUal Annual AnnualMeeting Meeting in Salt Lake
Mrs Gould B Blakely of Salt Lake
chairman of program committee committeeMrs I IMrs
Mrs n trs A B Corey of Ogden vice presi president p pdent rest ¬
dent
Mrs J R Beless of Salt Lake state
organizer organizerOne
One of the most Important and most mostInteresting mostInterCFtlng mostInteresting
Interesting events in club affairs is the theannual theannual theeannual
annual meeting of the State Federa Federation Federation
tion of Womens Clubs which is at attended attended ¬
tended by delegates from all tho lead leading leadIng leading ¬
ing clubs c > ubs of the entire state Salt Lake Lakewas Lakewas Lakewas
was selected as the place for the con convention conenUon convention ¬
vention this year and local club clubwomen
women as well as the officers of the thefederation thefEdtratlon thefederation
federation have been actively engaged engagedIn
In preparations that will 111 Insure the thesuccess theSU thesuccess
success SU > 8S of the convent convcntlon conventionwhhlt Ion which will willb
b > held here on Thursday Friday and andSaturday andSaturday andSaturday
Saturday of this week weekOfficers weekOffiers weekOfficers
Officers of the federation are areMrs areMrs areMrs
Mrs Byron rron Cummings president Salt SaltMrs SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakeMrs LakeMrs
Mrs A B Corey vice president Og OgPMrs Ogden Ogden
den denIrs PMrs Mrs Irs J R Beless state organizer organizerSalt
Salt Lake LakeMrs LakeMrs LakeMirs
Mrs A H Talmage recording sec seciclary seclElarr secretar
iclary Provo ProvoMrs ProvoMrs ProvoMrs
Mrs C H McMahon corresponding correspondingsec correspondingscretary correspondingsecretary
secretary sec nary Salt Lake LakeMrs LakeMrs Lakesirs
Mrs Gould B Blakely chairman of oftho oftho ofthe
tho program committee Salt halt alt Lake
I Mrs C H McMahon of Saft Lake
corresponding secretary secretaryMrs
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Mrs A H Talmage of Provo record recordIng rccordIng recording
Ing secretary
Conference Rates RatesAs RatesAs RatesAs
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Tooelo trains See nearest agent agentDo agentDo
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SOLOISTS IN TUESDAY NIGHTS TABERNACLE LE GONGERT RT
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ALFRED BEST BESTConference BESTConference BESTConference
The first big musical event of the theseason thesenpon theseason
season will be tile concert Tuesday Tuesdaynigh Tuesdaynigh Tuesdaynigh
nigh at which Alfred Best the popu popular popular popular ¬ Conference Rates RatesAs
lar tenor will make his only Salt Lake Lakeappearance Lakeappu1fance Lakenpprarnnce
appearance He will be assisted by J JJ JJ JJ As usual via Salt Lake Route RouteUtah Three ThreeVtah Thrortnh
J McClellan organist Wlliard Weihe Weiheand Weiheand Weihoand WILLARD WEIHE Utah county countyTooele two Tintic and three tbrteSee threeTooele threeTooele
and tho tabernacle choir Tooele trains See nearest agent a ent
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from a six weeks trip in Idaho and andwill andwill andwill
will again take the part of baas solo soloist soloIst soloist ¬
ist at the First Presbyterian church churchMrs church11rs churchMrs
Mrs Emma Ramsey Ramsey Morris who wholeaves wholeaves wholeaves
leaves shortly for an extended Euro European European European ¬
pean trip appeared in a delightful re recital recital recital ¬
cital given at Provo Thursday evening even evening evenIng ¬
ing Mrs Morris was ably abl assisted by
Prof J J McClellan and the Provotabernacle Provo Provotabernacle Provotabernacle
tabernacle choir An enthusiastic audi audience audience audience ¬
ence filled the tabernacle The entire
12 Etudes aur Ur un theme original originalFrancis originalFrIIcla originalFrancis
Francis Hendriks Hendriksa HendriksaAbenlled
a aAbenlled Abenll m Schumann Schumannb
b The Swan SaintSaens SaintSaensc
c Serenade ItlspagnoleHendriks ItlspagnoleHendriksa KBpagnole ftole Hendriks Hendriksa
a Petitescinches Petites cloch dan la 1 brume brumeF
F Hendrika Hendrikab
b Etude op 15 2 No 12 C minor
minorChopin Chopin Cboplnc
c Etude op K No ti
tiChopinGodowsky
CnoptnGodowsky optn o ky
Etude in thirds for left band bandd
d Btude op 0 IS No 2 2Rubenstein Rnbenstein Rub elUlteln
Concerto E major Vieuxtemps VieuxtempsAllegro VieotempsAllegro VieuxtempsAllegro
Allegro maeetCMtO maeetCMtOBy m etoo etooBy
By special requ request t Ml Miss s PeArl Roths Rothschild Rothschild Rothschild ¬
child will aceompafty In one or more morenumbers morenumber morenumbers
numbers numbersThe numberThe numbersThe
The program for the concert to be begiven begiven begiven
given in the tabernacle next Tuesday Tue day
by Alfred Best the popular young youngtenor YOungtenor youngtenor
tenor who recently returned from Ber Berlin Berlin r rlin ¬
lin contains a pleasing variety of selections se selections e elections ¬
lections and is in many ways an ideal
Miss Morrison who has pla played > ed hire hirewith htrwith ht re rewith
with fine success will ill remain lure and andopen andopen andopen
open a studio It is likely that MissMorrison Miss MitsMorrison MissMorrison
Morrison will appear in the near future futureat
at the Orpheum theatre here hereMiss hereIiss hereMiss
Miss Morrison studied first inSeattle inSeattleand in Seattle Seattleand Seattleand
and later in San Francisco under Mme
Carusi a cousin of Caruso On Mme MmeMclbas MmeIdbas
Melbas last lastwestem western tour Miss Morri Morrison ¬
son played for the great singer and d was washighly washighly washighly
highly complimented Miss Morrison is istvell iswell iswell
well known on the coast having ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared in concerts and recitals in most mostof mostof
of the larger cities of California Ore Oregon Oregon Oregon ¬
gon Washington and British Columbia

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