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I IN THE SOCIAL REALM.
MM I jn , F. J. GiiBtln has gono to Kcarnoy, I j Neb., to visit his parents. I , & H i Miss Mary Olivo Gray has returned J ',! after an absence of a year abroad. l ' st o: H ( Mr. and Mrs. D. Elliott Kelly have J n ' moved and arc now at homo at 033 J: p. . Second street. tj st jl ji Miss Jean Odell will leavo about the J j' middle' of the month for Miss Ben j i1! nott's school In Now York. B I St St H I Mrs. Emma S. Ellorbeck Is back H J' from Long Beach, where she spent the H 1 bettor part of the summer. I i st st H L Mrs. Fisher Harris, Miss Margaret H ', Harris and the boys are homo from Hi '' Brighton, whero they spent the sum- H if mcr. HI I HI Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Cape passed Jl k through the city tho first of the week yli on their way to San Francisco. H i - J l Louis' McCornick entertained a HJ I ' party of his men" friends at a stag din- HJ ji nor at tho University club Tuesday HJ L evening. I I H t Mrs, Robert G. Smith and Miss HJ I I Mayme Noblo will leavo tho latter HJ I ' part of tho week for a stay of some HJ i ' i months In tho east. HJ st HJ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Treganza are B expected shortly from Fernonda, Cal., HJ I to bo guests for a tlmo of Mr. and Mrs. HJ A. O. Troganzar - - HJ ' HJ ' Miss Louise Root will entertain a HJ number of her girl friends at a lunch- HJ j i con Saturday, prior to hor departure j I to re-enter school at Crete, Neb. HJ HJ ( Arthur Clinton Moore, who has HJ been tho guest for tho past fortnight HJ of Colonel -and- Mrs. C. D. Moore, left HJj Tuesday for his homo in Boston. Hi ' Hj Mrs. George Forrester wont to Og- HJ1 den Tuesday evening, whero sho nt- HJ1 ' tended tho wedding of her sister, Miss HJ Elsie Bohn, and Harry Bayard of Chi- HJ1 cago. HJ Mrs. Jolm-A-.-Marshall left Thurs- HJ. day with her two daughters for Eu- HJ rope, where she will placo tho girls In j school for a few years. Mrs. Marshall HJ will remain through the winter and Hi will bo joined later by Miss Mary HJ Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Moses Kirkpatrlck HJ and the Misses Ruth and Moso Kirk- HJ Patrick will .tako tho Marshall home HJ for the winter. H S S H' The marrlago of Miss Stella Salis- HJl bury and Lewis McCornick occurred HJ Wednesday" ovonlng at tho Salisbury HJ home. Owing to tho illness of Blalno HJ Salisbury tho wedding invitations wort HJ recalled. Asldo from tho bridesmaids, HJ only members of tho two distinguished HJ families witnessed tho ceremony, HJ which took placo at 0 o'clock, Bishop HJ Scanlon ofllciating. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- HJ Cornicle left the same evening for HJ Honolulu, where they will spend a few HJ weeks. HJ . st J Mrs. John Y. Rich and Miss Ailccn HJ i Crlsniotf" wore tho hostesses of a card HJ party Monday aftornoon In honor of HJ Miss Elsie Rltcr, whoso marrlago to HJ Tracy Young Cannon takes placo next HJ Tuesday. Hearts was tho gnmo HJ played during tho afternoon, prizes HJ ' being awarded to Mrs. Hobor Burton HJ: l and Miss Helen Buckingham. Miss HJ Rltor received beautiful guest prizes. HJ Tho hostesses woro assisted In recoiv- HJ Ing tho forty guests by Mrs. Charles HJ Cain Crlsmon. Hi urn BjBHh Mrs. Frank Kimball is in Long Beach, Cal., a guest of tho Mehesy family. Miss Lola Maddlson is hero from Chicago where sho has spent the past two years. st St Mrs. A. B. Sloan entertained tho women of tho garrison at a bridge tea Thursday afternoon. st St David R. Gray has returned from a trip of some two weeks' duration through Yellowstone. st St Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Packard will go to Portland early noxt week to re main some time at tho fair. st st Mr. and Mrs. Don Carlos Roberts will leavo Saturday for Seattle, whero they will make their homo. St st Mr. and Mrs. Jay Baumgarton are homo from a stay of some time in Los Angeles and Catalina island. st St Mrs. Emmanuel Kahn and daughter Rita are back from a short stay in Glcnwood Springs and Manltou. St St Mr. and Mrs. Jules Mailloux, who have been guests nt tho homo of Mrs. Julia Alexander, have gono to Texas. St St Tho Misses Elizabeth M. and Frances Qualtrough nro now In their new homo at 3510 Seventh East street. St St Miss Bello Parsons, a former Salt Lako girl, arrived Tuesday afternoon and is a guest at tho Sherman home. St v Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Keyes ex pect to leavo about the middle of the month for a trip through tho north west. St st Miss Jennie Glaser entertained Wednesday afternoon for Miss Gert rudo Circle, who is tho guest of Miss Helen Cohn. . Miss Elizabeth Fitzgerald is back from a summer spent in Klmberly and Is at homo with Mr. and Mrs. Law rence Green. st st Mrs. Hiram Gray and her two chil dren are hero from Spokane visiting Mrs. Gray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Strickloy. Miss Loulso Wheeler and niece, Miss Margaret Farnsworth, are In Santa Barbara, whero they will spend part of tho winter with Mr. Farnsworth and Miss Zetta Farnsworth. st st Miss Elslo Green, a former student of Rowland Hall and now a graduate of Vassar, will be In tho corps of that Institution during the opening year. St st Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Prosser are homo from a visit with friends in Ar kansas. Mrs. Lucy Mitchell Is a guest at their homo on hor way- back from Portland. st st Mrs. Ezra Thompson, her son Lynn and daughter Norinne, and tho two small boys, aro homo from a season spent on tho coast. They returned by Wtay, of, Portland, spending some tlmo at tho fair. st St Miss Lorna Russell entertained a party of her little friends Tuesday aft ernoon at tho Dwyor home on North Tomplo street. The hours woro spent in games and merriment. Tho followr ng were present: Margaret McMil lan, Floronco Wells, Martha Wells, pKVT1",8' ABnes Pltt- Alice 1 Itt, Prlscilla Cartwright, Amy Howe Geneva Wright, Claudia LcunJ Gladys Dean, Prlscilla Jennings. Edward Rosenbaum has gono to New York City, to bo away about six weeks. v St John J. Wallaco has returned from a three weeks' visit with friends In Denver. St St Mrs. F. D. Bickford is expected homo today after a three months' tour of Europe. St St Miss Vivian Little entertained at a luncheon on Thursday In honor of Miss Elsie Rltor. St st J. Knox Bodoll of San Mateo, Cal., is visiting his mother In this city for a couple of weeks. st st Mrs. Martha Roylo King nnd son Roylo aro enjoying a two months' va cation at Avon-by-the-Sea. st St Elmer Young entertained on Thurs day evening in honor of Miss Riter, Mr. Midgloy and Tracy Cannon. St St Mrs. Harry B. Windsor, accom panied by her father, Colonel Copp, of Chicago, are guests of Mrs. Wind sor. st st Mrs. Russell G. Shulder entertained at luncheon Wednesday in honor of Miss Helen GlIlo3pIo, nt the Country club. st st Members of tho Sowing club gave a luncheon Tuesday at tho homo of Mrs. Frederick St. Clair, in honor of Miss Jenny Lynn. St st Mrs. A. M. Howard, Miss Rose Howard and Charles Howard have re turned from Brighton, whero they spent tho summer. St st Mrs. W. P. Klser entertained at luncheon on Thursday at tho Country club In honor of Miss Helen Gillespie and Miss Sarah Alexander. st st Mrs. William Jennings entertained rt dinner Thursday in honor of Miss Elsie Riter nnd Tracy Cannon. st st Mrs. Edward Parsons entertnlned nformally at luncheon Wednesday at tho Commercial club. Covers were laid for seven. George W. Valiery, general man ager of tho Coolrado Midland railway, is In tho city. Mrs. Valiery has been visiting hor parents hero for tho past ten days and will return to Denver with Mr. Valiery. st jt Mrs. C. Ira Tuttlo and Mrs. Charles O. Norton and son Oliver of Kearney, Neb., have returned from a six weeks' tour of Alaska, tho northwest and the Pacific coast, spending a couple of weeks In San Francisco. St Mrs. A. Robins and daughter, Miss Lydia, have removed from their old homo on First street to 441 South Main, whero they will remain two weeks prior to their removal to Call fornia, whero they will mako their fu uro homo. St & Matthew Brodlo entertained at dln lor last Sunday evening at tho Uni versity club, In honor of Miss Helen Gillospio and Louis S. Cates. Dinner nm? ,70d ? tl10 roof sardon, pink d,wh't0 asters being effectively combined for tho table decorations and favors. Besides tho guests of honor, covers woro laid for Miss Aileen Maclean, Miss Beatrice Chocs man Miss Genevieve Horlick, SIdnoy Pawonrg0r' CurB wm,ama aml Arthur Mrs. Ingram, accoinpauic i iB daughter, Dorothy, has rotuii r, "CIHJ Long Bench, Cal. IrH St & HJ Miss Nolllo Pottlt and Tho. m S ton woro married Wednesday .. ,n Ml wedding supper was served i n,':Hl relatives of tho brldo and (, n, 'Hi tho homo of Edwin PettH, nHJ Jt J! H Miss Eliza Dey entoVtalnr nt HJ dinner at tho Commercial ci t H day evening in complImW . n.lfl Misses Mary and Cary MaW, , I.."". left Thursday for Paris. 'lV rpq,0Hj were seated at tho largo ro5no ,i in tho private dining room, wlVi, ' decorated with tho season's V.woiJWJ Tho friends to meet tho Mis AHrHl shall were Miss Marjorlo De m!M Dorothy Rooklidge, Miss Allnr McN liHl Ian, Miss Margaret Walker iV-ikHl Knox, Ellsworth Farnsworth if3H Siegol, Morton Cheesemnn, c irencnHl Sprague, Ted Brown and Roj;. . p0.hJ H st st A pretty homo wedding was, solcm-H nlzed Wednesday evening at the homcHl of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crane, wiicufl their daughter May became tho bridcHl of Carl Prlnz of Mllwaukeeo. Rev Kj-'H mer I. Goshen performed tho ccre-H mony. In tho presence of tho famillcsH of the bridal pair and a few closoH friends. Following the ceremony a reception was hold from S until l'lH o'clock. Tho brldo was attended IjvH Miss Calla Crano as mnid of honor H who was gowned in white crepe nbH cheno with trimmings of lace, and car-M rled pink roses. Little Miss Antes Coffey bore the ring on a white rosu-H bud. Alfred Prlnz, a brother of the HI groom, was host man. Miss Clara H Deighton played the wedding march H from Mendelssohn. The bride woreH a gown of creanf de metier over taf-H feta, her veil being caught by a spray fl of real orange blossoms. The only or-B nament worn by tho bride was a beau- tlful diamond brooch, the gift of the 9 groom. Punch was served during the H evening by Mrs. Drydon Coombs ami H Mrs. Ernest Ansteo. Assisting in the dining room wero Miss Holt, MissH Irma Walker, Miss Edith Ilobbs, Miss ! Estelle Beenter and Mrs. R. S Con-W ners. Tho Nettleton orchestra was m' stationed in the library, behind a screen of sunllowers. Those who as- sisted the brldo and groom in rccciv- M ing wero Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crane, ' Mrs. Prlnz of Milwaukee and Mr and Mrs. George Walker. B Mr. and Mrs. Prlnz loft Thursday 9 morning for n six weeks' trip to Now York and Washington before return- M ing to their future homo In Milwait- kce. ! it it HH The marriage of Miss Ella J. Builile- mer and John N. Mackey of Beaumont, Tex., took placo Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cox, of Capitol hill, Bishop Talbot of M the First Methodist church ofTicIatins. Mrs. William Wetzell played tho wed- fl ding march from Lohengrin as the M bridal party entered tho parlors. Dur- Ing tho ceremony Mrs. Wetzell sang "Oh, Promise Mo." Mrs. Oscar Cox was tho matron of honor. Oscar Cox acted as best man. Pink asters wero 11 used in profusion in tho parlor, vlicro II tho ceremony was performed. unch was served In ono corner of tho hall by Mrs. A. J. Gorhant. Tho dining oom was prettily decorated with white asters, tall Candelabra with crimson candles and shades casting a rosy glow about tho room. Tho hriilo woro a beautiful gown of whlto silk mull over taffeta, and carried a shower of bride's roses. Assisting lji receiv ing tho guests wero Mrs, Louis H. Buddomer, mother of tho bride, and Mr. and Mrs. William Bramel. Mr. and Mrs. Mackoy left on tho evening train for Beaumont, Tox., whero they will mako their future homo,. Mr. Mackey being a popular attorney of that city.