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1 Jj With the Willie and the Wifc. mWi If 'i 1 1 1 aa r '. i. a s BI' r II I Alma. D: Katz sauntered into the city during HLj'1; IJ i the -week unheralded and without demonstration. Bf 1 1 The expectant public was again deeply grieved '',11 n being denied the rapture of seeing Mr. Katz in Kj' f '' his regalia as chief of staff of the governor of i U I Idaho. Mr. Katz makes a reasonable explanation. T 1 'if He states that the paraphernalia was delayed in ;f 1 111 transit, which appears probable on account of HIJ! III the exremo bulk tuo uniform. We are very ifl li '91 glac ' see Alma, nevertheless, although these fre- B ' 1 ' 18 fluent disappointments and sudden reactions from B 'I J I II llope flesPair are slowly undermining us. Mr. Bi ' 18 Katz has now left us and resumed charge of the Bit ' ' ' 11 -intricate legislative and industrial affairs of Ida- fltj j-1 "jj & Bjr ' a II The beautiful Mclntyre home, a couple of H j j 1 11 miles past the Tower, was the rendezvous for B'I' , i'18 most of the pretty girls and fine fellows in town Hi I r i il' 11 on Wednesday evening, when Miss Mclntyre Bif 'r! llS gave the prettiest little dance of the season in mWi Pi i"" 1 1 8 honor of Miss Dern, soon Mrs. Dick. Hjj-t ;l I j Jl lx W fcx mmi f ' 1 j 18 was more t-nan a repetition of the delight- iflr 1 f l 18 u tImes always to be had at the dances at this ill P r 1 18 house, for the girls seemed unusually pretty, and sflP 1 1 18 tlie music unusually good, and the combination Hi I ,! was worth playing across the board for the night ijla was clear and the track good. t j B 5 tS Mi illl B Jasmine Young says she hac' never worn pink Hnj; jSrf before, because she was afraid of it, but her gown Mi n ; 1' II , at the dance was a dream, and she never looked Blr PI better in anything. B I'll Beth Mclntyre's gown was cunning, too, and B 111 i most becoming to her original style. H III Helen Gillespie, stately and beautiful, was in HJf f,i white, looking like a queen. . fl'jUf &&&''' B I ' i'" ! n Funny arrangement in that Mclntyre house. H' 7 ' No chance for a freeze out. There's a hot air B L i 'P register under every cosy corner, but the guilty B s; il Ji one who planned such a thing could not be found, B ' I HlS so no architect is to blame. But the way to a fl: h- I I Iff man's heart up on the hill is not necessarily B- C , llfi through a radiator. fl" k 1 'IS , Bvl' !' was easy think at one me that there w il I j '! was no room for improvement in the looks of fr v I lilS Elizabeth Cunningham and Anna Mae Adams, B I Mm ut kw stunning they have both grown since Bit if 'fan marriage. They were radiant at the dance and B' HiO I tlie- recipients of no end of attention. BHvt i4 BH i Hi 1 1 H Three brides to be were much in evidence, BIm p'i M'ss Dern, Miss Mackintosh, and Miss well, we'll Bnff M ' sPare ner PrQtty blushes. Kf j fjj The announcement of the engagement of one mil L'ffi of these young ladies was a great surprise to BBf 1 1 j j! ' - fe those who have watcher a certain young man's devotion the past eighteen months. No one thought about another city winning out, but now it is said that the local supposed case is simply "good friends," and there you are. But platonic love is a funny old thing to control. con-trol. & & t And now after 'watching events at a certain dance, is it true that the whole dern family is going go-ing in for matrimony? W fcj tp The Donnellan-Falls wedding is over, the maids and the army are returning, and Captain and Mrs. Falls will soon be at home at Fort Douglas. Doug-las. A letter tells that the event was the prettiest pret-tiest kind of a wedding. The home being gorgeously gor-geously decorated with flowers, and military effects. ef-fects. Bishop Grace performed the ceremony, and the bride was given away by her father, Colonel J. W. Donnellan. Olive Donnellan was maid of honor and John T. Donnellan best man. The bridesmaids were Stella Salisbury, Mary Kinney, , Laura Sherman and Gertrude McGrath. v t ( The wedding of Miss Dern and Mr. Dick takes place next Wednesday evening at the hdme of the bride's parents. The wedding will be one of the largest events of the week. fc? t? O The most exclusive and artistic event of the week was the luncheon given by Mrs. Walter G. Filer on Wednesday afternoon, in the gold room of the Alta club. The affair was in honor of Mrs. Samuel Newhouse, and thirty ladies were present, to meet this charming little woman who hasn't much time to give to society this far west. Chrysanthemums were the flowers used in the decorations, a mound of the pretty blossoms in yellow and white being placed in the center of the tables. In front of each cover a tiny lamp tulip-shaped, in the same colors, was a dainty favor for each guest, and at the table of the guest of honor these graceful lamps were variegated, the colors alternating alter-nating in yellow and red. The luncheon was one of the distinctly smart affairs of the week. (V tV ty Sallie Magee, whose charming personality has made her so many friends during her visit here, left for her home in Syracuse, N. Y., during the week. She has been the guest of her parents, Major and Mrs. Wood, and will be back again next summer. sum-mer. to ( W ' The Herald society editor scooped all the papers in town Tuesday morning with the details of one of the swellest events that has happened in the Smart Set here since the historic evening when Alf Dunlap gave his first high-ball. Here are the details as chronicled: Miss Laura Olsen was pleasantly surprised sur-prised by her friends Saturday evening. The crowd enjoyed itself until a late hour. Those present were: Misses Tillle Oakeson, Laura Johnson, Mattie Langenbacker, Laura Paramore, Hannah Hansen, Nettie Burris, Mis. Arthur Bailey, Lizzie Barr, Mary Barr, Sarah Betts, Ella Whipple, Kate Gilson, Teckla Olsen, Messrs. Emil Larson, Henry Johnson, Dodwin Cluff, Jim Davidson, Coslett Thomas, Jack Langenbacker, Lan-genbacker, Peter Johnson, Leonard Whipple, Jim Youngron, Fred Kershaw, Roy Nielson, Jack Gray, Arthus Moore, Joe Morely, Tod Thompson, Will Buirie, Walter Burris, Oscar Larson, Ernest Drury, Alec Edgar, Roy Sheets, Will Johnson, George Burrell, Jay Young, E'l Durrant, Ralph Olsen, Elias Carlson, Otto Kirk, Jack Davis. Mrs. J. L. Franken, assisted by Mrs. T. G. Webber, Web-ber, Mrs. C. F. Richards, Mrs. Nye, Mrs. D. C. - Roberts, Mrs, M. L. Oglesby, Mrs. Walter Druehl and Miss Webber, entertained at a large and elaborate tea on Thursday. Chrysanthemums and carnations were the flowers used in the exquisite ex-quisite decorations, which were particularly beautiful in the dining room, prettily fashioned in yellow. An orchestra played throughout the afternoon, which was passed delightfully by Mrs. Franken's many guests. Another tea was given by the same hostess on Friday. The Ladies' Literary Club gives a rummage sale a week from today, the proceeds to go toward to-ward furnishing a corridor in the Grant school. The cdrriders of three schools have already been made beautiful with pictures and statuary, 1 and the commendable efforts of these ladies I should receive all possible encouragement. I t&r n2r fe? The tea given by Mrs. Thomas Weir on Tuesday afternoon in honor of her guest, Mrs. Wolfersberger of Denver was one of the most delightful of the many given this fall. The decorations were particularly beautiful, loses and chrysanthemums combined with a dif-feient dif-feient color in every room. The effect in the dining din-ing room was perhaps the most striking, with the glow of warm red roses, and chrysanthemums. The lights were shaded in red and a great bow of red ribbon was suspended from the chandelier. In the other rooms, pink, or yellow or white, i was the scheme, and the whole effect was beauti- ful, with Mrs. Weir, receiving, and assisting were: Mrs. Wolfersberger, Mrs. John Weir, Mrs. Dooley, Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. Donnellan and Mrs. Delano. & & & Mr. and Mrs. John D. Spencer entertained at a musicale on Wednesday evening, Spencer Clawson, Jr., played several selections ion the piano, and his work was really the feature fea-ture of the evening. Mrs. Arthur Shepherd entertained at a high tea on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Newhouse entertained at dinner on Sunday evening, and Tuesday evening. Mrs. A. H. S. Bird gave a dinner Monday evening even-ing in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Newhouse. The Daughters of the Revolution were delightfully delight-fully entertained on Monday by Mrs. William H. King. The home was exquisitely decorated in the National colors, colonial ideas in the different rooms making a fine effect. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Schick eiitertained last evening in honor of their fifth wedding anniver-Mrs. anniver-Mrs. A. H. Tarbet and Miss Lavelle will be at home t'he first and third "Mondays of each month. Mrs. William H. King received informally on Tuesday, assisted by her guest, Mrs. George M. Hanson of Ogden. Mrs. C. B. Diehl entertained at a delightful luncheon on Wednesday in honor of Miss Dern. Miss Howat entertained at oards on Thursday for Miss Dern. Mrs. John T. Donnellan entertained at a delightful de-lightful luncheon at the Alta club on Thursday in honor of Mrs. Wolfersberger of Denver. Covers were laid for sixteen. Harry Roberts entertained informally Tuesday evening. Mrs. David S. Murray was hostess at a small dinner given Tuesday evening. Mrs. David R. Gray entertained at an informal luncheon on Tuesday for Mrs. Farrar of Fort Douglas. Mrs. L E. Riter, Jr., gave a Kensington Tuesday Tues-day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Armstrong entertained informally in-formally Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Graham F. Putnam entertained informally last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Park entertained on Monday Mon-day in honor of Mrs. Boyd Park's birthday. Miss Olive Jennings entertained at supper on Tuesday evening. & di & THE MASONIC BANQUET. The banquet given at the Commercial Club on Thursday evening by the Scottish Rite Masons was a large and brilliant event. Some two hundred hun-dred and fifty ladies and gentlemen enjoying the sumptuous banquet spread in the main dining hall of the club. The banquet market the close of a week's work, in which a class of twenty-five was given degrees from the fourth to the thirty-second inclusive. in-clusive. The committee, consisting oi Thos. Kleinogle, Judge Jesse Knight, and J. J. Greenwald were each presented with a set of diamond studs as a mark of appreciation for conducting the class. The program of interesting toasts which followed the banquet is below: TOASTS: Judge Orlando Powers, 32 deg., Toastmaster. To the Supreme Council, 32d Degree of the Southern Jurisdiction of the United State we yield and pledge allegiance. Response , Judge Charles W. Morse, 32 deg. Col. Frank Millis Foote, 33 deg., Sovereign Grand Inspector General for Wyoming and Utah. The founder and Protector of Scottish Rite Masonry Ma-sonry in these Valleys of the Mountains. As our chief, wo honor him; as a friend and Brother, we love him. Our Neophites: Scottish Rite Masonry requires Response Frank M. Foote, 33 deg. M m. , y H i i I i s members to work actively and earnestly for H ! 11J 1 i the benefit of their Brethren, their country, and BBBl i ' B J t I; I' mankind. B '' ( j J ' , Response Rev. E. I. Goshen, 32 deg. H !l j ! The Scottish Rite Brethren of Wyoming, our H ! J Friends. May their future be as bright as we wish B i ', , ! ours to be. H (M 1 ' g J Response Judge Jesse Knight, 33 deg. H ' i J I Of Wyoming Consistory No. 1. B . (' J , I The Ladies: From east to west and north to . H I 'M ' II j south our faithful guides as mothers, sweethearts aaV I ' i 1 1 If anc wves- B ) j II Response Dr. H. N. Mayo, 32 deg., K. C. C. H. H j J 1 1 JI Our Country and Free Masonry. Liberty in B . i j il every breast, love in every heat, and learning in H ' i I j j II h, every head. B j 'II Response,. .Rev. Dr. Thomas W. Pinkerton, 32 deg. B i M ' SI & & M H JI WHEREABOUTS. B j I Mr. and Mrs. Newhouse will leave for' New B I j ijil York next Thursday, and will s-ill for Europe the B II day following their arrival in the metropolis. B; 1 .i Mrs. Newhouse will remain abroad indefinitely, K ji'' j ills but Mr! Newhouse will return to this city the first bbbv! ill of January- if' ill Mrs. W. A. Nefden has gone to St. Louis. ij 111 Mr. and Mrs.. George Steir-er go East next B Ijll month. H I j if Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones have gone to" Cal- H I j ' '1 91 J ifornia. B ' I ,8 Mrs. Mabel M. McClure has returned from m California. B j , j I Mrs. Windsor V. Rice is at home to her friends b ('III on MondaVs. B' j r f Their host of friends will be happy to know m; ! that Col. and Mrs. Holmes have returned from H I ;'ii their prolonged tour around the worjd. Hf; 'iXii Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McVichie have returned 1 1 ( I'I from .their wedding tour. t aWif' l II Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Whittemore have gone to :; ;M'j California. B ' , ill Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tripp leave for .San Diego H j - wi Monday. They will remain in California all win-si win-si I'M ter- m J v 1 1 a Alma D. Katz of Boise spent a few days in this B I i !1 city during the week. BBf f " ! 'ill Mrs Henry Newman has returned from Den-Barf Den-Barf ( 111 ver and wil1 8pend the winter with Mr and Mrs K 1, (Is D. S. Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Copp have taken apartments apart-ments at the Whitehall. Tuesday is Mrs. David R. Gray's day at home. " Dr". 'and Mrs. D. Moore Lindsay have returned from Europe. Mrs. Mont Ferry has returned from Michigan. The many friends of Judge Miner will be glad to know that "his condition has greatly improved. Colonel and Mrs. Ferry of Park City' and Mrs. George R. Hancock have gone to California.