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Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1919, February 06, 1909, Image 12

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II 12 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY.
I Sherbets, Ices and Fine Candies
y! are Among our Specialties
I Ji Our Ice Cream is sold exclusively at
Salt Palace, Saltair and at Wandamere.
H ( Every Attention Gioen Out of Town
H j I Orders
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H E. P. JENNINGS
Hf Consulting Mining Engineer
H 101 Watt Mcn-a-a Block P. O. Bos 041
V SALT LAKE CITY
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M j EiUbKAed 1 864 W. P. K1SER. Mr.
HENRY WAGENER
BREWING
M COMPANY
Hi Lager Beer and Porter
B Special attention given to bottled beer (or
H, family trade. Free delivery to
w all parts of the city
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B OFFICE: 142 E. FIRST SOUTH
H PHONE 8
Alice Nielson lias been engaged for the Met
ropolitan Opera company to succeed Madame
Sombrich, who will sing her farewell in New
York on February 9th.
Blanche Walsh has been so successful m
Jules Bckert Goodman's play, "The Test," tins
seascn that her tour has been extended to last
until the middle of June.
Margaret Wycherly has been engaged for a
term of years by Daniel Frohman and will make
her first appearance under the management in
"The Thief," with Charles Dalton featured with
her.
A NEW HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
Plans Perfected by George Auerbach and E. L.
Wille to Provide Salt Lake With the Finest
Caravansary Between Chicago and
San Francisco.
IN COLONIAL THEATRE BUILDING.
During the week a company with a capitaliza
tion of $60,000, in which George Auerbach and E.
L. Wille are the principle stockholders has been
organized to conduct a hotel and restaurant in the
new Colonial theatre building on Third South
street. The papers will be filed shortly and Mr.
Auerbach will leave for the east today to perfect
the arrangements for the decorations, furnishing3
and general equipment of the cafe.
The upper floors of the building upon which
are fifty-two outside rooms, are being richly fur
nished and will ready for occupation within
the next two or three weeks. There are bath
rooms in every suite in the building, long distance
telephones will be placed in every room, there
will be every modern convenience and a large
number of innovations entirely new to this city
will be installed. In other words the new hotel
will be thoroughly first class in every respect,
and will fill a long felt want here. It will be the
aim of the management to give such service as
can be found only in the cities, and together with
the cafe which will occupy the entire basement,
the wants of those who like to live well will be
easily satisfied.
The plans for the restaurant are very elabor
ate. In Its arrangement will he embodied all of
the newest and most up-to-date ideas, and a great
part of it will be modeled after Rector's in Chi
cago. It is planned to open this cafe before June
1st.
There will be seating capacity provided for
four hundred people with a main dining room, Bo
hemian room, Orange room, Pompeian garden,
electric fountains, and altogether a place befit
ting the growth of the city and the demands of
those who have made it possible for such things
to be here.
There will be a dressing room for ladies with
a maid in attendance, rooms for gentlemen, and
overy comfort and convenience that is a part of
the leading cafes.
The restaurant will bo conducted along the
lines that have made the Louvre so popular, but
upon the completion of the new place there will
be no change of policy or management at the
Louvre which will continue as heretoforeto pro
vide for the pleasure of its patrons.
Pacific Electric Flatirons
make good Christmas Gifts
Our SPECIAL PRICE $4. 00 place your order NOW '
We will deliver at once, or on Christmas morning,
if you prefer.
UTAH LIGHT & RAILWAY CO.
Bell, Ex. 32 "EUctrlcllu for Everything." Ind. 777
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Studio, Salt Lake Security & Trust Building
M. J. BRINES
Wtrmtrlj tmltttnt Tiathir It K. Prttttn Mtlltr
CarrMli Hall, Niw r$rl
VOICE CULTURE AND THE ART OF SINGING
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George E. Skelton
VIOLIN TUITION
Studio Room 5 Bond of Trade Bids
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OPEN ALL NIGHT TELEPHONE 364
S. D. EVANS
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
NEW LOCATION 48 STATE ST. SALT LAKE CITY
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A Little Foresight
Right Now
will mean a lot of comfort and protection e
to you later on. C Are you storing
CASTLE GATE and CLEAR
CREEK COAL?
UTAH FUEL CO.
Judge Building, City
Salt Lake Ice Co.
1 DISTILLED WATER ICE '
PHONE 48 J. O. LYNOH, Manager
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Nuggets of Cheer for
Dreary Winter Nights
Bell Phone tw6Jn? nc Phnc
955 Jg& "
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THE THEATRE MAGAZINE
For Theatrical News and Stage Pictures
Hubitorium
IRoller Sftattno IRlnft
Caters to only the best people. A prop
er place for Ladies and Children, a place
where the whole family can go and enjoy
a few hours pleasure and recreation, open
afternoons 2 to 5, evenings 7:30 to
10:30. Music by Held's band.
No extra charge for teaching beginners
Press Clippings Are
Business Builders

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