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vjl THE SiOrXAJE TBXBTOsE: SUNDAY jNlOKSTNG JAJS-CJAKY 31, 1U4. 21
AtKlT !-,. Mrs. Loon Bach man and
TBsS,UcraowIdcn. Tho viands wore
Mi choice and were screatly hi
Sn rb6 Sswcro: Airs. David Clark,
;ftn-cd-T iSw Pike of Bnlt Lake City, Mrs.
W ftmsn Mff ?K. TUurmnn. aire.
'&wSoo,l airs. A. I.. Woodhousc.
PSBdTWv Osborne. Mrs. George Atkln.
.flBKf- Litton Mrs- Phil Specknrt. Mrs.
""in". iirs R E. Knowlden. Mrs.
gKnor Suit on. M . u j y u iIrs-
aMHU.'aL.S f" M Son Bacbman. Miss
JyKlll k. Miss Petersen. Miss Ar
vBKficUrS Misses Bculah and Lomv Bocli
EL. hall given by tho Ladles' Republican
tjarxhc JU of the moat successful of tho
Sbvll5v?l the pronlnont iwoplo of th
J?fc?50. -mi ' and mny came from
?.Mr ef5pJrw enjoy thli great social
CThc music was at Its bast, and
"JW-ent. j c j d wcrc attractive
41 dutiful. A delicious lunch was
PP1 J??n tnc recentlon-rooma and a con
lifcr ,n S of merriment, m rth and
S'nS enjoyed Those who did not
3 hdn,5 dance enjoyed themselves con
1 wfth the congenial guests and
' ftrslnc l" 1 cleverly arranged that
ry nrcaent "coined to feel that par
ti rr one preseni tor01 on pach onc
w Se uPrcmc cn.Joj;m.cnt of th0 cven e-
'& iCr John W. r'lkc of Salt Lake la the
J'of Mrs. S.SchwAb;
k i 1 , Mrs w. Blorsach havo re
bdomelextcnded Eastern trip.
ft SfhWomc on Tuesday evening
11 eirefully planned surprise that was
r honor of Mrs. Clarence JarvH
'"i f f of her parents. Mr. and Mrs
' l $eihk on Wednesday evening was
qt v i 'Sevcr events of the week. The
K i0,.lhf the Yoime Ladies' Jmprovo-
3 llcfr nel tr C tho city and county had
Bnt,.r in rharee. and a successful tlmo
IPX'! ?JS waV ercetel thlcr efforts, as each
4 rtr way e , appreclaton
'1 r Jarvl8' nnlshod work along the
,4 i?f mutual improvement.
Isioyor Austin of Lcltl was present at
t SSncpubllcan ball.,
11 ?rntevablo Indeed was the banquet Kivcn
J tf1H?, nk; to the merchants on Tues-
Sffl SVnlnK last at th" elegant clubrooms.
7 K FUts that Joined In the hunting party
55. the event and the other lilks wero
Kled to Join. The banquet was Her-cd
Mr Orler. After tho sumptuous repast
'A Sua Arvllla Clark gave several vocal sc.
' j SSoaVthat charmed and enraptured tho
and Mrs. Myron C Newell gave a
i'hSpy evening party at tholr home
laturday Mr. and Mrs. cvell en
jnid the sucsts In honor of Mr. Leo
i. who leaves shortly on a mission to
W' . .
f K. 0 Sutton gave a very enjoyablo
ef portv in honor of Mrs. E. L. Klm
of Park City. The guests were Mca
ra :0 Sutton. E. Sutherland, William
aall D. Sutherland. E. I. Kimball. TI.
looKlnnd, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sutton,
and Mrs- E. D. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs.
irlmm. Mlaacs Hoagland, Maud Van
;?ncn and FawnSiuton.
and Mr?. Jam T. Fnrrer wvrc given
on enjoyable surprise party at their
c'on Friday evening. The guestn
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Poulton. Mr.
"Mrs. Iluch Clayton. Mr. and Mra
es Grey. Mr and Mrs. E. M. Paxman,
and Mrs. llllam Dunn. Mr. and Mrs.
m Beasley. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Rob
Mr, and Mrs. A- C Soronson. Mr.
Mrs. Thomas John, Mr. and Mrs. John
7irt. Mr and Mrs. "J. M Jcnson, Mr.
Mrs. 0. W. Hyde, Mejidrimes Electa
ocit. Hannah Tucker, Kitty A. Hlnos,
na JJulIock. Misses Mamie Becsley,
c and Maud Grahaii. Dean Tucker
J Wayne Farrcr.
SpMrr. James Earles wiis out from Salt
'jttafce City this week visiting her husband
gjjMrjl children Mr. Earls, who was In
liffW1 by a Ial1 M tho Bullion-Beck mine
jjjjjist week, is getting along nicely, but will
(jjKe'kcpt indooM for some time yet.
Cp9fWllllam J Tregonlng was the guest of
iai&P< Lake frlend3 for several days during
lp jf)th"t past week. Mr, Trogonlng is rocovor
imSj' ttom a long siege of typhoid fovcr.
u To . .
' 5 rfre- Laux was out from Salt Lako City
ifveral days this week. Sho was accom
- fa jknM by Mr Crumm, a well-known bus
'"1 cess man of Kansas City.
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41 I?1"- Dan Martin and daughter, Mrs,
(tre Brlscoll. were In Salt T,ake this
?ttk visiting friends.
.l The Eureka volunteer fire department
. ' ii lued invitations for a banquet and
-V r.co to be'glvon at the. Odd Fellows' hall
k i , th evening of February 2nd. Tho
I i mmlttee having charge of tho affair
iiwj assists of the following-well-known flrc
S n: George Hanson, James Balrd, Fred
-fl kontz, Frank Cook and I H. Sprlggs.
iMIm Arvllla Qlark and Oscar Klrkham
j KDducted a concert at tho "L. D. S.
. nrch last Thursday evening. These
ipstTs were assisted by the local choir.
2 '.Manager J. C Sulllvan of tho Raymond
sine was the guest of Salt Lake ac
l, ; i icalntanccs the latter part of the present
-JmcdIi Clavelle'was in Salt Lake City
l Ven daR tnIs wnok.
pie local lodge of Elks will give a min
Mly rJ ow" about the 20th of nest month.
UmHi ree ipctnliera of tho company arc now re
IWTW prilr.g regularly for the event.
1 J Harper If convalescing from a,
r i j "Winy olege of la grippe. .
!W' Mwlntendent Jackson .NfcChrystal was'
mil r- U Lako visitor this week.
Bl iUlff ? D Cronln was in Park City
' -J tTe lad,e'' of lllc T'- D- S. church will
" jL rVcarntvat a"'1 bazaar on tho 17lh
. i u U:h of February.
i ' 'UI?,m nic1 was In Eureka from Salt
e C'lyjtwt Monday and Tuesday.
IV' ITHE 1)00 RAN ON TWO LEGS.
?iSi Bidewinde- at That, But Didn't
" Soem to Mind. .
lon.j ffi mcmbern of hook and ladder com
' tillS 15, whosc nouse Is in Old Slip,
1S mouril,nlT the los.3 of their mascot,'
ot' ' rL ThU hns l)een ,n,35lnS for
yAj0l fP Hm6 and the firemen think he vug
if. J P0L became a fire dog in much the
a Wf. WaV aa most fire dogs. He simply
"s'SErf lnto the flre houae on,i day
tsmm? WciMa with tllc Bremen and
1fb5jBnaUtl r'Sht there for good- Firemen
..f jwae a regular member of the com-
lerp.ygEl1 not U"H a few months before
f bEmfSaiPen,-ance that ho devolopcd
ie Ct"fEe alne a nou llnu t,iat 1Dttd0 n,m
"yiEj?031 rcRlarlablu fire dog in the city.
a'J1!? trlck ot inning on two
of lhc ,effS hc usud wcrc
:B jfctoeelck WaB of necessity. In
-""Km. ny oC 11,3 nlnd fect waa ln
A larger business than was anticipated is being eujo3ed at this season of the rear. It is goods; exercising a generous spirit as regards the exchange of goods; making regular selliug prices rea- '
but n. logical result of the conduct of a first-class store the instilling into tho hearts of the people sonable; barking up in every respect all statements advertised. These are a few of the essential rea
confidence in our prices; in the character of merchandise handled; in our effort to accord t courteous sons for business being satisfactory. llH
treatment to every purchaser; our endeavor to rectify any mistakes which may occur in the selling of The -store will continue to grow. As occasion demands new departments will be. added.
gg- WIwwm IRifefirf Mm Swp Spek! Wm$ am IPfreAs, WM .m$m ; I
3w (OOIr3 IfI 0)111 The section where comforts, domestics and colored wash goods aro carried can supply to the customer's satis-
y ..... faction everything needed In these lines. Wo have always sold goods in this section at a very close margin and low- t isiiifl
L Jtk ' COrrGCt corset fashion. These models are full of characteristic points, crcd prlce spociais invariably 'arouse keenest interest. 1
bespeaking in everv lino stjie quality. AVe know them to be comfortable, ' (
, V ' mod"s- There is an nbn.ulnnt assortment, suiting every figure and TS .KSKSf:
cri!"' pmse J or 'yym""s- chl""r's ,rd bor; s? t&sriS&JS'S!? vLvrtc 01 rs, H
WW!v 1 waists. Our low price, 10c; special MONEKA CLOTH In width of 27 S l-3c quality reduced to GMc ,
Vf RlU'sV TTJv O n CD yT hDrm prlcc 8c' inches, of desirable patterns and suit- 30c quulitr reduced to 8 l-3c
jL) V&r VvA (01 fWfW U (Of0 iC: TrX IT IT AMERICAN PRINTS-So well able for klmonas. children's dresscH and 12lio quality reduced to 10c.
VpY ItWARNPn'M f lf( 1 S ? SN ( known as a staple, will be lowered this waists, worth 12e. Is a special at Dc. REMNANTS of all kinds at greatly
Mpfioorln xTlni VV )A II 1 (( l) Jnl )) IV )IW 1 1 rmS week from the regular selling price to COMFORTS which are heavy and reduced prices-consisting of ilannelP. !
"'85 LlO viViX lrlDlf an "nusua Inducement at oc. warm, covered with pretty figured flannelette?, glnghamtf and percales. " I
T??mm (TrH llr -v Monday morning we will place on sale 500 pairs of women's street and dress lace shoes. Tlrrnrmn WJnrm. LH
lp(SO(l rp 0ae line is a plump ldd stoe with heavv e.eusiou soles patout leathei. tips and raiUtapy ii3 MffilDa!! W(Sinsgs , H
$W V L j) C llceIs The other, a light Aici kid stock Avith turn soles4, patent leather tips and opera heels. SS CM(?niululol h IH
v . W 11 These are new goods, the latest lasts and a genuine bargain at this price. Sizes 2 to 8; width B I
MOCHA A fine selection Is shown, JfN V ) ) J J to E12. . Beautiful pure-wool waistlngs. in aJC
pomprlslng the silk lined and unllnod, VUL ) ( (T C- J C ' colors unci In broken plaids andll IBsiiiS
In all shades and sizes. These beautl- SKCOAL WDCE FE TIH1E WEBK9 $2.35. stripes Regular S3c: and ?1
ful gloves, worth 51.25 to 32.00, will be a yaid. for V
sold at one-fourth off. i-j. off on entire stock of ladies' fancy slippers.- Ladies' rubbers, best grade, 50c. Children's rubbers, best grade, 3 0c. Pure all-wool French Flannels, in polka ,
essex English walking off 011 enjlie 5(00- 0f misses' aud children's shoes. Misses' rubbers, best grade, -10c. Many other low prices. uiar'75c;'oniy 4? lH
GLOVES Worn and admired by wo- '' 1 irW
men in all countries, and which are cs- : 1 1 Highest grade of French Flnnnol. In nil-
pecially popular in America-full pique, fpnjlllrw (HrgTP ftmA EXTIftAMIIiMARY Thc m"ncry section Is still showing lH
is reduced from 51.50 to 95c. IT aiiUVW VVVSU QiUUil a line of felt shapes and trimmed hats. with border; onlv 20
be a feature on Monday at 51.-10. iT0) at (?)(&( EH
ss!iiaISrWte nttr" "-r -rrr . Evcr i.o f0i.oWig uems repots .TruT.: as4
light in fancy needle work. Thc ladies saving. As this is our firs t winter season m business it is clear occ quality for vy IH
BiJJSi, b Ercad" wluS wU1 tc U8 " f showInfe' o that these heavy garments are all new lines. I H
at the very reasonable price of $100. j1"" ,y f ed pI"" covers- aS For one week these lines will be Offered at a reduction Of The cloak and suit department is The many lines carried in the base-fl
can be had today at the special price ell as unique lithographic tops. "RDTTTCTTT Ohrvinrr shonnPis renli7P that the re-uHr showing many new spring ideas. ""ent section-carpets, rugs, metal beds.
ot 0c. PILLOW COVERS FINISHED. In- UJi-J? ULKlirl. UUServillg Slioppeifa lcaiize ruat llie ltt.Uiai draperies, lace curtains, bric-a-brac
IITTENS Ladles' all dlk mittens, clian babies, plckaninnfes and 'other . prices from which the reductions are made are reasonable. and usual house furnishings arc repre- lfH
wool lined and capable of warmth and clever 'designs, regular at $1.25, are re- n7ATr s AiW AIS)- n 5SITWTO WVlff AID The basement section Is offering ex- eentatlve of the best output of leading fffl
ffifffeS A " IHIA?5IIDMAIDE9 SAMP AMY UERWEAR ceedlngly low prices in Oriental and do- factories. It Is a large and comprehen- H
at?i.,u. aie oucieu toua at.uou. LITHOGRAPHIC PILLOW TOPS YPSILANTI ALL WOOL union II- GLOBE HAND FINISHED. mestlcrugs. No lines surpa ours, slve stock, beautiful in selection, of of-
No one ever complained of high l0Wred from 5C n"d lr Mi tW "0i ' THe" FAMo'us STERLING lany customers remark that no selec- fectlve patterns and splendid Qualities. H
prices at our store. Many have com- Out-of-town orders are growing. We v . UNDERWEAR. Separate vests tion. no prices equal ours.
pllmentcd us on the verv reasonable pay. especial attention to mail orders. m r and pants. 53.00 for 52 25, A child can come to our store and "fl
Prices. it is the duty of an experienced Fnn UNION SUITS, all wool $1.00 buy as cheaply as the mother can. ffl
shopper to exercise the greatest care 56.00. f0r 53.00; $5.00 for ?3."5; 56.00 for yc sn0w perhaps the greatest profu- I : 1 sTsTsTfl
, . n m In filling orders which arrive by mall. ALPHA UNDERWEAR, Vests $50; 5S.00 for 5C-00. .n . r '.,;.,-, ,. ,1lo . "fl
GflofcX7UQ n5!e!PS 1RS When sales-are on. the order Is filled at and Pants, $125 for 94c; $1.75 tor UNION SUITS, all silk. $10.00 sIcm oC ra,c and alUslIC 1T,"S cvcl dls' Wf Ts!seM AftSsMDSlJL bbbbbbI
" t n A the lowered prices If any of the articles $1.31; $2.50 for $1.85. for $7 50; $12.00 for $9.00. j .played between thc mountains and m ji I bbbbbTbbTJ
CZW ClSSreM AMmfa re being advertised. I coast. tl 5VM D!S5r3
One of the New Waists. '
nhnnVf.d ?ilks touched witv velvet are always attractive and at the moment
5fni in S "extreme This. one Is black and white and includes a nove
arc smart n 11 e jeme. inis the.bock. The fronts arc tucked
bertha, -wh eh Is .f voke ls separate, the waist below being
tUCrVC i",??hi elbows The quantity of material required for the medium
ruin's below the olyards 27. or 2i yards 44 Inches wide. A May Manton
nSerV mailed l any addreSS b' 11,0 fM,l,0n
department of this paper on receipt oC 10 cents.
jScnd to r" "
I Size j
, . ''. ' ' (Ten Cents Inclosed.) !
Pattern No. - v ' J
As or.lcrs ar flUed from tho Kut, it will require about 10 days from receipt J
c order to receive paUwis. J ,
that one of the horses stopped on ono
of his front feet. Both injured feet hap
pened to be on the right side.
For a time Spot could not move at all
but lay on a mat and whined when the I
company wint out. Then he learned to
hobtdc on three feet, though In a very
incincicnt fashion. In this way he couid
get around a trillc. but only at a snail's
Gradually hc became used to standing
on his two left feet, and then he learned
to run on two feet,
It was a very funny sight to sec the
dog balancing himself by leaning we
over to thc left, very much as a wago
sometimes goes around the corner o
two wheels. While he never regalne
his former speed, he could keep up wit
the heavy trunk, and once more r
ported on the active list.
Tho two injured fect never got wel
and oven up to the time tfie dog dU
appeared he still ran on two legs.
The firemen offered a reward for Spo
but no one has ever appeared with tl
dog, and the firemen fear he has got
for good. New Tork Sun.
" PHILADELPHIA EVOLVES NEW -
METHOD OF FIGHTING FIRES
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'iLSTMG TIZNZW PtIILAIJCLPHin i'ME. ZfERVlCK
QnePluo Will 3uppi.y Oix Ohizako.!
In PhllrtdolphU fii" enRincs hae been ron-Wed ui-vle&s bv a pljiu. massl-..- looking brick building, which guards all the
1 cent) at district of that clt. In any part of the cnural ulstilci. .u . s-.tonci s nolke. 't can alscbarge Immcnsv dreams uf
Aatei- to great l.richts. . , . .,
. If a tvnU-onc story office building should take fire six Hoes' of ho.-c-uo.v.- twice the size of any iitfed elsowhci-e could
be attached to the nearest liro plug and from this ono lire plug .alx streams could be hurled shmillcjicously over lhe build
ing's roof. The achievement Is made possible by a new pumping sUlton, with special pipe line .lght miles long, which 1ms
Jus-t been completed alter thrco'vears work. It contains nine pumps, and these pumps are ablr to discharge, at a prcssuri!
of SCO pounds. PiCCi.C0u gallons of water a day. JJefore It was completed th- sl.vtlon had reduced the Philadelphia insurance
rat- 15 cents o'n'SH'' and now thnt rut Is to Iw reduced 10 cents more
Tho station iin throw uprn a lire in 000 -Ulons of water a in!nut. against 200 gallons from a fire engine Gas fuel Is
used and Is burm d only whm the service of tho pumps Is needed Tho elation cost $2dO.OCO.
A Cockroach Game. jH
Once in a while, when the commu-1
ting card players get going too swift."! jH
said a conductor on the New Jersey
fentral, "somebody' makes a howl to! IH
the officials of the Ihie and w" have to IH
slow down on -all games until the storm
blowo over. The mon in the smoker .
don't like It. but they have only them- j
.selves to blame. Eut If they don't play (
cards they gamble with something else. ;
I've seen tlicm bet on the number of
passengers thai would get i out of tha i
ear at the next station' end on the num
ber that would get on.
"Eut my greater experience in that
line was when I was on the Union Pa-
cific. One day the order was handed
out to stop all card playing on the
trains. Some of thc fellows were hop
1 plug mad. but tho president's order
! 'went.' One evening four fellows got
on with a cigar box and asked thc IH
i brakemun to turn over a i2at so that LH
; they could sit knees together. In the 1 F IH
! top of the cigar box. near the center, 1
I was a small hole. Inside the box was 1
j a cockroach. Thc men took four lumpr,
i of sugar and put one lump on each of ;
' the four corners of the box aud began ' I
to bet on which lump thc cockroach ; IH
! would tackle first when he came out IH
' of thc hok. 1 IH
"Well. air. everybody in the car Just I
hunched around those men. Bctf Hew . I jH
thick and fast, not only among the men njjH
who were playing, but among thc b- IH
slanders. When Mr. Cockroach came
out he seemed a little bit uncertain. , H
Then he put out his feelers and cud
denly made a dive for one corner of the i
box. There was u howl of delight ,
among thc men who had backed that)
particular corner. Then the men put :H
him buck In the box and made him do
It all over again.
"Thnt game wn3 played five times in 1
:. forty-mile run and $500 changed .
hands on thc result." New York Press.
j C RSmyoim I . KERS-AJEwyoRK I I
I I s-.iHI l7 Cornet 'Ckthcs for H'n Great opportunities to get mo ndcrful values in Youths' and Men's j ( Qrrerj 'Clothes Jvr Men 1 I t 'I
'W'r. JBf " frVT. X'A apparel, splendid selections in Fancy Suits at Unheard-of Price Reduc- , ' v ,., j,,.,.... v H 9 1
Suits Overcoats i 4M ) III
I f TWj $"Qd l0lS' ValUCS l ?3S' at Choice ofany $15 to $18 Over- ' Ji'C'ttt 1
1 bfeSi&M'A'-i Regular stock, all $15 to $1S val- cUceof "any $22 50, J25and X2v0r - M 1 IbI
K W$Mf3&,WftV k'H ucsatSll.75. $27.50 Overcoat at $15.00. '&WM4W&, 4i I I Bsfl
i S iMM0tn - J- Wool Underwear Sale of Silk Lined f I I '
-H All $1.50 values at $1.00. GIOYeS I iMWllW I l .'H
! 1 I Sapfe Js cij ,.-' 1 All $2.50 values at $1.75. i"WMm' W I i' BBsi
I U 'W'J0 s'1 All $3.50 values at $2.65 $1.50 values at $1.00. . . & SlSSSSS I R
S rV'cG V- ' All $5.00 allies at $3.7.1. $2.00 values at $1.50. Vf7Wma&WS isH
i L :tl- r yWM " All $C50 values at $5.00. $2.50 values at $1.75,; KlLV ' W
J 1S1?M Sale of Men's Shirts",: j SPi II
Ml IMV- JS St,?f HatS Monarch and Griffin Shirts, $1.25 SPM- I I
e H Ui'Kl $4.00 values at $3.00 values, choice at 75c. M 9Ayi?K it R VH
1 H H W'-y C. WoV $3.00 values at $2.00. . Manhattan and- Cluette Shirts. ml K I I BsH
11 ' M U lA W C Soft Hats, odd lots,-worth $3.00 odd lots, large sizes. $1.50 to $2.00 fi 1 1 1
n H iV-'1 to $4.00. at $2.00. values, at $1.00- D fmjm?,'ffi l I' '
1 ,fi . 'l X Boys' and Men's Sweaters 'at 33 1-3 per c-nt dlecount. 8 1 ljt$J??P ' '
h V.'i cp! Money saving opportunity for every man and boy. Take advantage p I rk B I'
1 ' I I Come today and every day. Remember the number, 151 Main. S 1 ' ft I
J ! Gray Bros. St o. Li-JP 1 1 I