GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 17 I
frFe Mak a Specialty
of keeping our stock of flowers in
the Summer as Fresh and as
Beautiful as at other seasons.
I Hard work, but our prestige and
patronage demand it.
HUDPART FLORAL CO.
East Second South, Opposite Grand Theatre
Private Millinery Parlors
Hats Cleaned and Remodeled
PINE STOCK OF MILLINERY.
ORDER WORK A SPECIALTY.
Mrs. E. M. Pow
451 South Main btreet.
All That the Name Implies
Every detail of the Peerless reveals the
designer's ever-present thought
Beauty - Pleasure - Comfort
No wonder the Peerless enjoys the most exacting
and distinguished patronage.
Dealer in High Grade Motor Cafi
71 South State Strati
fBoth Phones 3569
Week Begins Sunday Eoening, Aug. 8lh
First American Tour Outside Now York City of
England's Greatest Hoy Comcdhtn und
Direct from Wallace's Theatre, Now York
MAX Will's ilNQING lOLLENS"
In Songs of tho Old and New World
FRANK MOS YN KELLY
Assisted by AlbortGrotn, In the Hilarious Stunt,
"TOM AND JEWRY"
George W. Cooper and Robinson William
In "A FRIEND OF MINE"
Character Comedienne, " THE FOOLISH LIZ
MATINEE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Orpheum Motion Pictures, Latest Novelties
Evening: 25c, 50c, 75c.
Prices: Matinee: 15c, 25c, 50c.
The rapidity with which the Rooklidge-Gilmer
company scored their first sale of an American
car has caused a good deal of comment among the
trade, irrespective of the interest in the car itself.
Henry McCornick purchased one of the Traveller
models received by the company a week ago, and
following close on the heels of this sale the Roolt-lidge-Gilmer
people report the sale of the second
Traveller to W. R. Sebree, of Caldwell, Idaho, to
be delivered in November. A third sale was also
reported by the company for delivery next spring.
Two Traveller models are now on the way to Salt
Lake, and will reach the Rooklidge-Gilmer people
In about ten days, one car being spe
cially equipped, and said to be one of
the. finest cars manufactured this year by the
American company. Mr. Gilmer gave one of the
new cars its first hard try-out the latter part of
last week, When he drove from Salt Lake to Brigh
ton in an hour and fifty minutes, going the entire
distance up the canyon on the second speed.
& & &
A motor car ambulance has been placed in ser
vice in Indianapolis by the A. M. Ragsdale Co.,
undertakers. It was built by the Premier Motor
Mfg. Co., of that city, from a special design,
the chassis being similar to the Premier six
cylinder chassis. The distinctive feature of the
ambulance is that it is built to resemble a li
mousine, there being no advertising matter to
identify it, except on window curtains, which
can be arranged to h'de the advertisement. The
plan was adopted to eliminate the curious pub
lic, which usually gathers around an ambulance.
& & &
The newest western race meet to be launched
is the contest to be run at Cheyenne August 17,
on tho new four-mile speedway, now practically
completed at that place.
The Cheyenne Motor club is managing the
event and several thousand dollars has been spent
in fitting up the course. The latter skirts Sloan's
lake for the entire four miles in the form of a D,
sharpest turn being but four per cent. The big
event of the meet this month will be a two hun
dred mile race for gasoline cars and among tho
entries aro practically all the prominent Denver
drivers, including Linn Mathewson in his Thomas,
and Harold Brinker iif his winning Moon car.
George Hering, of Denver, has signed to drive
a Stanley steamer in a ten-mile exhibition race
and declares he can do one hundred miles an
hour In the car over the course, in fact, Hering
is willing to contract to cover the course twice
in six minutes or less.
There is evidently little to hope for locally
in the way of automobile races of any kind this
season. The dealers are selling every car they
can got their hands on and are away behind at
present on orders so that they feel the adver
tising value of either a speed contest or hill
climb would hardly warrant the time and expense
necessary to a successful meet. There is a beau
tiful chance for a red hot motor event of one kind
or the other, however, in town at present, for
the Rooklidge-Gilmer company have a speed
eater in their new American cars, the Pierce can
go some, the big Thomas s'xes are speedy, and
the Studebaker, Franklin and other standard
makes locally, have good records to their credit.
"We haven't fully tried out our new American
Travelers, but we've gone fast enough to warrant
our saying we'll meet any gas car in the inter
mountain country in any speed, endurance or hill
climbing contest that may be arranged," said Mr.
Gilmer of tho Rooklidge-Gilmer company during
the week. "We aro for a motor car contest of
some sort this summer and we'll, do all we can
to boost such an event."
Salt Palace I
That's where your girl always H
wants to go. A place to H
DANCE, a place to meet your H
friends. Everything high class H
and conducted in a H
FIRST CLASS I
Pleasure for All I
Follow the Crowd I
I SaltXafceXtbeatre I I
GEO. D. PYPER, Manaqeh H
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 19, H
20, 21, with Saturday Matinee. H
Mr. Dustin Farnum I
In his new play of romance and adventure H
a fitting succes-or to "The Virginian" and" H
"The Squaw Man" entitled H
Cameo Kirby I
By Booth Tarkington and Harry Leon Wil- H
son, authors of "The Man From Home," H
supported by a company of unusual H
strength, including May Buckley, MoKee H
Rankin and twenty others. H
LIEBLER & CO., Managers. I
Prices: Evening, 50c to $2 00. Matinee H
25 to $1.50. Sale Begins Tuesday. H
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