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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY. II 1
C 16 SOUTH 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.
216 Main Street
Studio, Salt Lake Security & Trust Building
M. J. BRINES
Ttrmirlj assistant T tatbir U E. Pritstn Mllltr
Carmglt Hall, Ntw Ttrl
VOICE CULTURE AND TIIE ART OF SINGING
Redolent with the
Odors of Spring
Are the beautiful blowoms with which our store is replete.
The Springtime a in every one or them, violets, rotes,
tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, carnations and more.
There is just one best place of a kind in every city
ours is that here.
HUDDART FLORAL CO.
East Second South, Opposito Grand Theatre
will appear on the best of apparel, no
matter how careful the wearer may be,
but then there is consolation in knowing
where to send your finery when soiled.
The REGAL WAY OF FRENCH
DRY CLEANING removes a lot of
spots that no other process will touch.
Now watch for SPOTS then tele
phone for our wagon.
Cleaning S Dyeing Ca
I MAIN OFFICE FIEST SOUTH AND STATE
nELL EXCHANGE 39 INDEPENDENT I 1 33
Club Monday evening for Miss Augusta Jutte,
Mary Moore's guest. Tho party went down In
motors and had dinner at seven o'clock. Miss
Jutte, Miss Moore, Bloise Sadler, Miss Mildred
McMillan, Jack Gilmer and Albert McCornick
were in die party.
Col. Walter Scott of the Post has finally left
the hospital and is at his quarters at the Fort.
He is greatly improved and Mrs. Scott's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carr, will leave soon for their
home in Dakota.
Things are doing at the University Club Wed
nesday night. The hop was a beautiful success
and some of the girls had the time of their lives,
as far as can be learned all the frat pins have
been found intact or accounted for.
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Invitations are out for a big pan-Hellenic ban
quet at the University club the night of Friday,
May 29, at seven o'clock. The Greek letter boys
are answering in large numbers and the affair
promises to be a hummer.
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The Wallace Bransfords are off on a trip to
Idaho Falls by motor car. Walace is at the wheel
and according to reports received by Mayor
Bransford he is making a record breaking run.
The distance from Salt Lake to Pocatello (172
miles) was covered in nine and a half hours. They
will spend a month or more on the Bransford
ranch near Idaho Falls.
Miss Marioneaux goes to New York next week
to meet Miss Ruth Copp, who arrives from Eu
rope about the middle of May.
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Mrs. John J. Broughall entertained at Bridge
Tea Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. W. G. Tuttle
who has just returned from California.
J8 & J8
Kathleen Fitzpatrick is now Mrs. Tommie At
kins of Denver. Miss Fitzpatrick and Mr. Atkins
wore married at Park City by Rev. George Tues
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Miss Stella DIx and Harry C. Bacorn of Butte
were married at 2:30 Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mis. Dix. Dean Brewster officiated. It
was a family wedding and tho couple left after
the ceremony for the east. They will make their
home in Butte.
FAST RUN TO LOGAN.
One of the fastest motor car trips made into
Cash Valley this season in Tact for the past two
or three summers was made by Henry Potter
and a party Monday In a model "F" Buick. Mr.
Potter was at the wheel and Logan was reached
in a little over live hours runnig time. It was a
delightful trip In every way, and several Buicks
and a Franklin air-cooled car have been sold in
Cache Valley the past week or two. Two Buicks
have been sold hero this week, and the strong,
swift machines are giving excellent satisfaction.
THE ROYAL WAY.
In the bakery or In tho cafe Is one of perfect
cleanliness. That is tho real reason of the popu
larity of the Royal. Drop in at the lunch hour and
And 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 i IS
come to our place lo ace gjj $j
QUALITY i r
THE GENS FLORAL CO. i 4L,
Opp. Auerbach and Co. ffle 'Phone 3200 jj 'lP
George E. Skelton f t
VIOLIN TUITION j
Studio Room 5 Board of Trade Bldg '$
THE THEATRE MAGAZINE ;
For Theatrical News and Stage Pictures
CLAUDE J. NETTLETON i
Teacher ofcOiolin ,
Studio 512 East Third South Street :
Telephone: Bell 4262, Ind. 4076 ft
Clason's New Right Up-to-date
Industrial Map of Utah, - $3.50
Nevada & Southern California 3.50 f
Idaho, Wyo. or Colo. Maps 3.50 .
The Salt Lake Mining Review
1 year, ----- 2.50 .
THE MINING REVIEW and
any one of the above maps in
combination, ----- 5.00
. SKCaps sent C.O.T). for Jlpprooal
The Salt Lake
WILL C. HIGGINS, Gdltor
A. B. GREESON. MCanagcr
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 j
In Custom Made Shirts
Exclusive D e s ig ns, Finest e
Workmanshipj-Quick Delivery ,r
W. E. FIFE CO. I
1 66 main st. :;8 c-
Sutcemn It iG
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.