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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. 11 JI
""" 16 SQUTH MAIN ST.
Women who know the
smart things in Hats and
Gowns know that our styles
are absolutely correct.
There are more of our ex
clusive patterns and styles
seen about town this week
than ever before.
I SMART SHOP
I 216 Main Street
Studio, Salt Lake Security & Trust Building
I M. J. BRINES
H Ftrmtrlf militant T tachir u E. Prtistn htllltr
H Carnigii JIallt Ntto Yrl
H VOICE CULTURE AND TLIE ART OF SINGING.
I Redolent with the
Odors of Spring
M Are the beautiful bloMoms with which our store is replete.
M The Springtime is in every one or them, violets, roses,
M tulips, hyacinths, dafibdils, carnations and more.
B There is just one best place of a kind in every city
M ours is that here.
HUDDART FLORAL CO.
M East Second South, Opposite Grand Theatre
H will appear on the best of apparel, no
H matter how careful the wearer may be,
H but then there is consolation in knowing
H where to send your finery when soiled.
The REGAL WAY OF FRENCH
DRY CLEANING removes a lot of
B spots that no other process will touch.
H Now watch for SPOTS then tele-
B phone for our wagon.
I Cleaning S Dyeing Ca
H MAIN OrPICE FIEST SOUTH AND STATE
BELL EXCHANGE 39 U PENDENT I 1 33
Edward LeCompto of Park City, a former
classmate of Lieutenants Bovers ana TJphatn at
West Point, has "been at the post three or four
days this week as the guest of his friends. He re
turns to Park City today with his sister, Miss Han
nah LeCompte, who has been here several weeks
visiting the Wallace Bransfords and the Misses
Isabel and Amy Osborne.
& & &
Mrs. Gustavo Lullowitz and Miss Mildred Mac
Millan returned from Denver Monday evening.
Mrs. Lullewitz will spend a few days here before
returning to her home in Spokane.
Mrs. W. P. Kiser Is a great friend of Mary
Mannering's, and had planned considerable enter
taining for her during her stay, but the star was
so tired and so busy with professional matters that
it was almost impossible to do much for her.
& & &
Mrs. W. Edward Fife entertained yeaterday
afternoon at a tea at her apartments at the
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Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Broadhurst have been en
tertaining during the week for Mrs. Broadhurst's
father, Captain P. T. Dwight, of Chicago, a re
tired army officer.
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Miss Hazel Young and W. H. Ciozier wore mar
ried Wednesday evening at the homo of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Helena C. Young. Dean
Brewster road the service. A large reception fol
lowed. The bride wore a dainty princess gown of
white batiste. Mr. and Mrs. Crozier will be at
home after May 1st at No. 7 Kensington.
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Mrs. Fred Hale entertained Wednesday after
noon at military euchre for Mrs. Ralph E. Hoag,
who has been her guest for several days. Six ta
bles of six-handed euchre were played.
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The men of the University club will give a
hop next Wednesday at the club house.
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Mr. and Mrs. David S. Munay entertained
Lieutenant and Mrs. Paul C. Potter, Mrs. Parrish,
Miss Siez and Lieutenants Green and Wattorman
at the Orphoum Wednesday night and at a lunch
down town later.
8 & &
Mrs. J. J. Broughall will give a series of bridge
teas next week, the first one coming Tuesday, the
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Miss Maydelia Hobbs and Miss Judith Evans
were guests of honor at a lunolioon Wednesday
afternoon by Mrs. II. A. Ilosmer. Both are spring
brides. Bi'ldgo was in order.
& & &
The engagement of Miss Stella Louise Dix to
Harry Clarence Bacorn of Butte has been an
nounced. The marriage is to take place next
Thursday. Mr. Bacorn is a mining man of Butte
and has many friends here.
& & &
Judge and Mrs. 0. W. Powers entertained
Monday evening at dinner at Lingerlongor. The
affair being in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Lyman of Omaha.
THE ROYAL WAY.
In the bakery or in the cafe is one of perfect
cleanliness. That is the real reason of the popu
larity of the Royal. Drop in at the lunch hourand
find out how nice everything is, or drop in be
tween meals and take a look at the cleanest
kitchen in the west.
PEMBROKE STATIONERY COMPANY.
Now has artists employed in producing the
finest engraved and embossed stationery.
SEEING IS BELIEVING J
come io our place to sec S
QUALITY I 'is.
THE GENS FLORAL CO. vj
Opp Auerbach and Co ell 'Phone 3200 I
George E. Skelton ill j
VIOLIN TUITION j I jl
Studio Room 5 Board of Trade Bids jflfi "
THE THEATRE MAGAZINE 1
For Theatrical News and Stage Pictures j I
CLAUDE J. NETTLETON ;l
Teacher of eOiolin 'r I
Studio 5J2 East Third Sooth Street i
Telephones: Bell 4262, Ind. 4076 l
Clason's New Right Up-to-date m
Industrial Map of Utah, - $3.50 M
Nevada & Southern California 3.50 S
Idaho, Wyo. or Colo. Maps 3.50 if
The Salt Lake Mining Review M
1 year, ------ 2.50
THE MINING REVIEW and
any one of the above maps in - K
combination, ----- 5.00 J
cMaps sent C.O.T). for JlpproVal Z
The Salt Lake
Mining Review I
WILL C. HIGGINS, gdllor p
A. B. GREESON, Manager i
No Two Men
are built exactly alike. Some -
are broader than others, their
arms are longer, their chest of '
greater girth. We fit the tall
and the short, the stout and ft
the slim f
In Custom Made Shirts ;
Exclusive D e s ig ns, Finest s
Workmanship,Oftick Delivery l
W. E. FIFE CO.
I 66 MAIN ST. ?LDLg
BROWN, TERRY vVOODRUFF CO. $