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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 11 j H
Wear to spare
In eve?y pair
The dinner dance given by Harold Lamb on
Wednesday night proved a great relief for the '
younger set, and it is sincerely hoped that this
is only the first of a series of forty or fifty events
of the kind at which Mr. Lamb will be the host
during the winter. It took place at the Amelia
palace, where, following an elaborate dinner, the
guest'3 Indulged in dancing in the art gallery.
Forty-five ladies were the guests of Mrs. Jacob
Moritz at the Hotel Utah on Thursday when she
entertained at a beautiful luncheon in the ban
The Misses Marge and Aurania Ellerbeck, who
will leave shortly, the former for California and
the latter for Texas to spend the winter, were
the hostesses at a beautiful luncheon at the
Alta club on Thursday to which over a score of
their friends were invited.
Mrs. Wellington E. Lake gave a tea at her
home, "Cobblecrest" on Thursday, which was one
of the most delightful affairs of the season. After
the guests were received they ascended to the
"ball room," where twenty tables of bridge were
played. The decorations and appointments
throughout were very unique and every idea that
was followed in the entertainment of the gueBts
was carried out to the last detail.
Mrs. Wm. Igleheart and Miss Colburne will
entertain at Rowland Hal on December 27th, both
in the morning and afternoon. On that evening
Miss Colburne will entertain for a number of the
younger people at Rowland Hall.
In honor of Mrs. Charles W. Stimpson, Mrs
Walker Salisbury entertained at a delightful tea
on Thursday at her home on East South Temple
The tea was attended by over a hundred friends,
and the hostess was assisted in receiving by Mrs.
Edwin F. Holmes, Mrs. Wm. McCaskell, Mrs. L.
B. McCornick, Mrs. Benner X. Smith, Mrs. O. J.
Salisbury and Mrs. J. B Risque.
HAPPENINGS AND WHEREABOUTS.
Col. and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes entertained
at a theatre party on Thursday evening followed
by a supper.
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper A. McCaskell entertained
a party of friends at the Anna Held performance
Mrs. E. A. Wall entertained the Utopia club
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THE KEY TO XMAS INDECISION M
IS FOUND IN THE STYLE VARIE- H
TIES AT THE SMART SHOP. H
Designs innumerable exclusive dis- H
tinctive silken epitomes of good ,
style, and a display of early Xmas i, H
specials in furs, wraps, toggery and H
hosiery that will make up your mind l H
for you H
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DISTILLED WATER ICE ' I
PHONE 43 J. C. LYNCH, Manager H
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Located In Heart of the Business Districts. H
Two blocks from all Mormon Interests. ' ,H
Strictly European Plan. H
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The most up-to-date Hotel In the West.
Salt Lake City. Opened March, 1903. M
Popular Priced RcHtaurnnt. H
Rates $1,00 to 9.1.00 per day. H
Larue Light Sample Rooms. ,H
200 Rooms with Telephone, Hot and Cold 'M
Running: Water. Sixty Private Baths. H
WHA T I
Could one give that would be more acceptable than (H
a handsome Bath Robe or Smoking Jacket? We M
invite your special attention to our superb display H
of these garments, embracing every desirable fabric M
Bath Robes $5.00 to $20.00 I
Smoking Jackets $4.00 to $30.00
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