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O - a tri? ? wvviui miuiitf o 3X45333s3e34325e5S4 Quite the daintiest affair of yesterday was the Informal at home held in the afternoon by Mrs. R. M. Hooley, Mrs. Grace E, Hurl burt. and Miss Mary Hooley, of No. 17 Dela ware place. - This bright little entertainment waa given in honor of two handsome and Clever ladles who have been entertaining Chicagoans dur Ing the past three weeks, namely, the Misses Maxlne and Gertrude Elliott of Mr. Nat C. Goodwln'a comtanv. The hours were from 4 to C o cloctc. ana about thirty favored ladles and gentlemen were In attendance. The affair waa absolutely Informal, and gotten up speedily, but served Its purpose admirably. The ladles who poured were: . , Mesdames C. P. Mather-Smith. Mather-Smith. Mather-Smith. A. A. Use Lean. Miss Nibiock. ' - ... j CHICAGO CIXTIRE CLl'R. Hears aa latereatlaaT Addaess by rada Taft. - . Lorado Taft gave a talk to the members of the Culture Club at their meeting yesterday afternoon In Beck's Hall. No. It! Warren avenue. The subject was "A Sculptor's Work.-" Work.-" Work.-" and the lecture . waa Illustrated by a practical lesson in building a h.4t. and with stereoptl-con stereoptl-con stereoptl-con . views of his favorites of classic -and -and modern sculpture. , . in making the figure Mr. Taft gave it the various expressions, and was assisted by two of his pupils, Victor Holmes and Leonard Grtnnell, the latter being the young French man who six years ago waa working In the minee or uuiuth. Minn. Mlsa Therese Eagle gave two solo as the musical part of the programme. The following visitors were present: lane Xlssr Sates. Walter J. Ens: Is of No. US North Stats street will leave tomorrow for California, where he will spend the winter, sailing in the spring for Japan. Mrs. George W. Cass of No. 1715 Michigan boulevard is entertaining her cousin, .Mts Klla D. Shelby or Grand Kaplda. MlcD.. and suss Nellie Lsw of Henry. 111. The South Side Club. Fiftieth street snd Mad Icon avenue, trill hold a reception today rrotn S until i o'clock. A cordial -invitation -invitation ts extended to alt the aiater clubs of the city. At the North Shore Club this evening st t :39 o'clock Mr. J. W. Steele, for eisht years United States Consul for Cubs, will deliver a lecture entitled. "The Spaniard and the Cuban." Mrs. Joseph T. Bo wen. No. 1M Astor street. wss at home from I till o'clock yesterday-- yesterday-- yesterday-- She mas assisted by Mrs. Henry Turtle. Mrs. Dunlap Smith. Mrs. Prank lladduck, and Miss Kumsey. Mrs. Charles IL Ferguson of No. 2007 Michigan boulevard entertained at dinner last evenlns. Mrs. J. C. Peasier of No. JS Huron street will t ntertain from 4 to T o'clock ou Thursday after noon, Feb. . The Forty Club wtll hare Its seventh annual "ladtcs' night" st the assembly ball ef the Audi torium thla evenlns. An informal reception will he held at 4:10 o'clock and dinner will be serVed at a o'clock. There will be a large attendance aad a aumber of distinguished people will be present. The Welles Icy Club was entertained on Saturday Saturday afternoon by Miss Morse at her home. No. 4w4 Greenwood avenue. Those present were Mesdames Bryant. Weir. Christy. P lores: Vfisse- Vfisse- anriHciu, . . . ki u. l( w . , .. ... ii aa, , Capias, Sibley, Pike, Caryl, Ferris. Rhodes. Nea- Nea- terser. - . Mrs. Cyrus II. McCormick of No. 121 Mures street was at home from S till o clock yesterday, Burl lags me, the Tszedo ef San Francisco, CaL, will soon be ornamented with a handsome coun try house built by Mrs. Frank J. Carotan, one of ths dana-htera dana-htera dana-htera of George M. Pullman. The house ts modeled after an old Norman manor aad bears a striking resemblance to the California mission a cnl lecture. ... , .-r .-r .-r Last e renins the Klaasra Club served s o'clock dinner st the clubhouse. No. 415 Washington Washington boulevard. Dinner waa followed by pro- pro- Stesaive eocnre and dancing. Miss Bessie Ander son and Miss Flossie Fidler entertained the guests wtta recitations. - Among the ladies present were the Misses Bessie Anderson. Florence Barnes. Mae Culp. Floosie Fidler. Alma Frercks. Alice Knenier. riorenc tuietsiy, Anna Ha lineman. auu-garet auu-garet auu-garet tiaioennan. aKdaa xtieeiy. . ..

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  1. The Inter Ocean,
  2. 26 Jan 1897, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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