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Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, October 12, 1912, Image 5

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GOODWIN'S WEEKLV 5 B
Sings at Maxim's Music and
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MANAGER EUGENE L. WILLE of
Maxim's is giving a musical
treat at his popular cafe that is
by far ahead of any similar entertain
ment ever attempted In Salt Lake.
The Delmonico's of the west is always
looking for the best. With this in
view, Mr. Wille signed a contract witfc
Loonore Gordon Harrison, a soprano
of remarkable ability, who is now ren
dering special programs of classical
and popular songs. She has a volco
of wonderful range, power and sweet
ness and became popular at her first
appearance here. Maxim's patrons
also have the pleasure of hearing two
other soloists and one of the best or
chestras ever organized. (Advertisement.)
Tatterdon Torn Dat woman sure
handed me a swell meal.
Wragson Tatters Wot was it?
Tatterdon Torn Dried apples an'
water.
Musicians
THE big musical event of the week
was the appearance of the
United States Marine band at
the Tabernacle where two immense
audiences were entertained with a
program varied with popular and
classical selections. The appearance
of the band is a musical event of no
mean importance, inasmuch as a tour
of this great organization is very rare.
Lieut. WJilliam H. Santelmann, con
ducted and the ensemble and solo
work were encored enthusiastically.
Salt Lake's musical colony will miss
Prof. J. J. McClellan this winter. Next
week he leaves for Europe to add to
his musical education.
Miss Loa Roberts, ti talented young
Utah girl, has been added to the
faculty of the Salt Lake Conservatory
of Music to teach dramatic art. Miss
Roberts studied under Sargent and
also under Mrs. Bertha Baker. She
is a daughter of B. H. Roberts.
The Philharmonic orchestra, under
the direction of Anton Pedersen, Is
making satisfactory progress in its
work in music of -the better type. It
may be some monthB before a con
cert will be -given, as the directors de
sire to set a high standard at the
Initial performance.
Salt Lake local No. 104 of the Ameri
can Federation of Musicians, at its
annual meeting elected the following
officers: President, Thomas Nichols;
vice president, Alfred Press; secretary,
Lorenzo Sharp; treasurer, David Bam
berger; directors, Ralph Baker, H. W.
Fielding, D. C. Done, Frank Westoevr,
Morris Stephenson.
M!rs. Emma Ramsey Morris will
shortly return from her successful
California tour. She will probably be
heard here in recital during the win
ter. Miss Jeanette Williamson, organist
of the Westminster Pre3bytorian
church, has returned from a four
weeks' absence in Europe, most of the
time being spent in England and
Scotland. She was accompanied by
her mother.
"She told her physician that she
was all out of form."
"What she needs is a corsetiere, not
a doctor!"
The Hotel Marion.
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A QUERY.
Mrs. Cornelius "tfandorbilt is so in
tensely patriotic that she will not per
mit imported flowers, orchids or anj
other foreign blooms among her dec
orations; especially does she dislike
foreign white flowers.
'News Item.
With bated breath I hear thy name,
And always reverence the same.
For 'mid our glorified elite
None is to ime so passing sweet.
Yet tell me, really, is it true
You say the things they say you do?
And, if so, may I ask again,
Since puzzled, that you please e
plain?
Orchids may not attract some hearts,
And once they hailed from foreign
parts,
But surely now full many a year,
They have been raised and nurtured
here.
The small white blossoms, these, I
own,
Are totally to me unknown,
Gardenias or daisies, say
Yet both are also ours today.
Whence do you &et your fole de gras?
Your champagnes, burgundies which
are
Unto your menus eke annexed?
Speak, winsome dame; I am per
plexed. The Idiot.
Mrs. Frost My son is in the smart
set.
Mrs. Takedown (anxiously) Can't
you get him out?
Stickney's cigars are above criticism
of most exacting connoisseurs. (Adv.)
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