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Calgary Herald

2 Apr 1910

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The Brotherhood of Engineers gave their first dance on Tuesday evening at Sherman's hall, and the popular report of the many guests in attendance was that the pleasure of the evening was all that could be desired. The management committee left no weak spot in all their plans. The comfort of everyone was looked after, and at no time did the merriment lag. The music was provided by Irwin's orchestra, and seemed to suit the taste of every pleasure seeker. W. C. Burke dexterously managed the floor requirements, and during the twenty numbers on the programme, and four extras played by R. C. Batty, the entire gathering joined heartily in the jollity and mirth that seemed to pervade the very atmosphere. The walls were appropriately decorated with various designs pleasing to the eye. Supper was served at midnight, the tables being ladened with all kinds of appetizing viands. Easter lilies and carnations were prominent among the table embellishments. To the careful observer, the gowns of the ladies were particularly beautiful. The newest shades and styles of evening costumes were there, and too numerous for a perfect description to be given of each. A few of the guests, however, were: Misses Dahm, Bailey, Sinclair, King, Marshall, Bristen, Bothwell, Carmichael, Meyers, Bradley, Boyd, Grant, McCrae, Dowling, Bone, Marsh, Glasford, Somes, Mrs. and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. North, Mr. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Walwark, Mr. Brownlee, Mr. Maharg, Mr. Urcan, Mr. and Mrs. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Blonden, Mr. and Mrs. Manders, Mr. and Mrs. Orr, Mrs. Green, Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Sinclair, Mrs. Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Burkholder, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Woodhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Carmichael, Mr. and Mrs. Mahaney, Mr. and Mrs. Boucher, Mr. and Mrs. Dalton, Miss Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt, Miss Bessie Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. F. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. W. Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Friars, Mr. and Mrs. Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Gillis, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Curlette, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Jamieson, Dr. and Mrs. McKid, Mr. and Mrs. Nivin, Mr. and Mrs. Lagler, Mr. and Mrs. Liviner, Capt. Armstrong and Miss Grierson, Mr. and Mrs. Tennant, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nevin, Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. Allot, Mr. and Mrs. Glasford, Mr. and Mrs.  Brocklebank, Mr. and Mrs. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Mathesog, Mr. and Mrs.  Raby, Mr. and Mrs.  H. J. Adames, Mr. and Mrs. Dance, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. McNabb, Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs. Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. McKay, Mr. and Mrs. Le Duc, Mr. and Mrs. Rasby, Mr. and Mrs. J. Arderson, Mr. and Mrs. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot, Mr. and Mrs. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Batty, Mr. and Mrs. Ormiston, Mr. Lougheed, Mr. Graeme, Messrs. Kelly, Thomas, Dowling, Sutton, Elliott, Taylor, Milner, Pullar, Wilson, Fleming, Pyne, Pascoe, Bate, McComb, Kent, Giles, McLeod, Delaney, Tweedie, Mieklejohn, Skinner, Ball, Eddles, Harper, Lagler, Mason, Ladler, Stags, O'Niel, Maharg, Dr. MacLaren, Dr. Johnston, and many others.

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