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J TKS Silft liASB TBIBTOTBi SATURDAY FEBRTjAKY 27, 1904, 5 . j H
Urifllcritful Informal hmcneon waa
. P,t.,,...d w&s hostess. Yellow
SOS. W?, carried out In Use decoratione.
."i'trpiec toeing of daffodil, with
'Krtlloff- bbon cxtondinc dlag
Ib -oes taD, 8-n(I candelabra
IKnn yHow Covers wcro laid for
?;ifr M. Hempstead's guer.Ln wcro
H?Htr M- W1W. Mrs. -Alma Katz,
!: S Grant Young. Mm. IS. A. Tripp,
f'jr'flvillas) p.okl and Miss Af ton Young.
. Jj; jascpli E- aliirli- was bostciw at a
ill rIV'a! 1UUC)l'V),1 y''Ster'lay al Nr
lL -ccj is horue from fallftirci'.a,
ts acco&ipimlrd bi3 famtly several
IK. Mr' j, The family will remain In
" flmTrftUg for tnne liino, and Mr. Wood
ffl lEtfs 'J1 his sun-Jn-law, F. J. Ilogen
'fErji weeh improwd In health.
Iff lt jjiice friend of Soulra Coop.
A.A Linlwrnlnr of his marrta which
yft- iiqq on Thursday evening In Now
1 A Ifl l"-'d0 W3JI MJ!o- Canncn 1'0SC.
-3 pccapll"'03 French jflrl whom Mr.
5". 'I Lrtftfhon studying In Pari h a. fow
"p Mr. and Mrs. Coop nr now
1 &' to Utah, whore thoy will ba
d l'y the groom's wldo circlo o
f Thy wi JBak0 tholr h0TO0 ln
g Jonf hn? returned from Roch
; Y where ho has spent iho past
' . . .
ar.d Mm. Oscsx L. Cox eclobratod
v.r:u,.'r.i annlvorsar" of their marriage
"if 7nlD(C at their homo In a very
ij r.t Informal way. Miss Buddmor.
7i" r of Mrs, Cox. was guost of honor
ii evening was enjoyably passed
'l iJ'ch ftrul an informal muclcal pro-
it, About twenty euc&ts wore pres-
3 . . .
4 fi Juk Jevne leavos todn.y for her
r. h JU Angeles, after a visit of
nn -ril with her slstfiM. Ir.-, W.l--H
ff Haw and 2lrs. David S. Murray.
t insdMrs. Hort Sherman leave today
J txa for a clx wceke' visit on ino
M . , .
fa E J Tard and Mrs. E. M. Brown.
STi? BfcoMi 5" Denver's social circles, arc
Ts! etoJT R few dc'R ,n sl,t La,:c' Kuc:ils
- it! Knuisford hold
' ir - -
- I c WtT Is down from Pocatollo.
Sj,J kS:? a few days with Salt LaUo
ltnllsctl Tolhurat has returned from
M'l&sA's vlilt with Ofrdcn frlonds.
'lL.isJ Mrs J. 13. Kennedy of Wo-shln?-kXq,
c Tho hrtvo spout the past ten
.tib Silt Lake, loft yesterday for Call
Ei,whero they will visit for the- next
mlbi J. C. Cfmhanl ontorJainod the mem
?Jn Iho Rounders t lub at hor home
' sWa OhAy Kopers was hostess at a
llijM,ft""' blrthdav party on Tuesday,
rTTKRte? twenty-live of her friends wero
3BaUahl at tho homo of her parents.
JjjTffLul Mr? Orson Kopers. In an Inter
W4tl farno the niizo wns awnrded to
& irfI'Smraa EHcrbeek and Mrs. T. D.
uJiMM jiv a plcaran: Kenalnglon yostor
rs4wi!!Jmoon at the homo of Mrs. Ellar
BtV L 7h house war very prettily deco--rV
iAh the national colors, the Idea aleo
ifcjarried out in the refreshments and
V Bt In a uosslnp content on the publlo
jjj,' ct! tho day prlzco woro won by Mrs.
Tj.' and iln. Eeatlo.
ffii tvenins Iho Utali Woman's Pre?
,4 AtVA meet at the homo of Mr5. Fran
lyl in&jeond Htreot It will bo a valcn
&l iKdil and all members aro requested
Bjf fcr frionds,
ilb j Cia ara materlalltlnfr for another con
i.tibc pWcn In tho near future by tho
9. club. Tho concert will probablv
Vf ffjren at the First Congregational
.i cth !n alont two weeks.
jfa' IsiEtUe Dunbar in expected home to
Jftoa ft two nionthH' visit In Callfor-
444ff ? Bccord It.
7 tho Centurj' Owl has laid Its
dU P rl their young shall have died
ifcfl tliajt, it wlU 'RtlU bo on our records,
A Is don't pay. Merchants Protective
'Ir Ril,0D' tclenllfic collectors of bad
J.I J fa. Top floor Commercial bloclc
j I '1 G. Luke. General Managcr.
Vj k' 5 "Some people don't like ua."
wife- Ltv' sultln&s ar styllah. and at
flljp e them now. "Wallace & Co.,
JB?'',lt sttndlnc poplar ti-eo
4nMfC'rovrat,i forma were unread.
DHHS'J1"1 Campbflll liad their tea.
dgmr.cilis Tre pillowed on tho roots
,y-m.-Aj'andere4 all abouL
G'lEA0."3 rttJred In clothes nnd boots
tho raoonllxht out,
affliti 1atn6 Tvllu Uent tread
j,3B,,.'f9 they droom-d their droam.
J'afEr.wtfaorcs stoppad beside their bed
jl"MTJ"oa.'tira wagon tej.m.
C?f'B'-'? 1 honor naked them why
:aBt,Ja?.d Fredtrick in reply
'aBfc?M Umt lh-' NVcrc drunk.
.Conc ponderwl what degree
ftfiG5?Lt!irr o,ould roeolvi-.
lAfKit ll,lc?" fi,jt boneaUi a tree,
jB,a'lr let them ltavt.
' ' Vfc u ?lp?10'. a tall and weB-dreased
1 4,,,f,,-3 Plea of not guilty 1
Jh-Ki K of flrunkcnnexs. Sartrcant
CBV rti!3.. about to bo bwoi r when
' MK obTln wan requtatad to ntato
'ifi3Kst.llncM of tn" arrtt.
JT3l?td . Mlnt0. tb-fc Jinll Juid war.ted to be
JCWtKk,l, naJd tha Korffeant. "He waa
HSwKr.w;.?ok UP th vrholo hall."
J2w.jX,.Atla$ r-ver been arrested be-
LKt f-Coe. rho is ctiarKed wlUi tho
jK, j,,?; r?glctord dot; belonging to
S,.Ieda3r' wa f t ready for trial
continued until today.
'Bp l Avl!l bo held
flM-fJi00 PAn,7TE:BS MAKE
W D INOREASED PAY
iSiMiN.Kcb ES--- lri:i Ik tl:rcal
ilC!ftiiV3c,1,l5: or iC,M0 J Painters
JantJtn. .;4tTC!;mont la reuched In
S3HBif(T a.; 1 'I''" it cenUj an
B5HKar ai uuv for the i-ur-
' n '.'!,', llor fov the next
JKW V!,h double time for ovei
k anJ for ail Sunday and holl-
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for AdvertlKfjd Letters." and must plvo
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in two wucks they will lw sent to the.
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Alien Mrs BcnneUa MyqtiJst Miss Dora
ArRontn Mln Cp Miller Mies Lucy
Bailey Mre Dotla Miller Mrs Ila'.llo
Wenolt Clara Mattuon Mrs FJnx ,
Burl Mrs Barpam CO I
Eutto Mist Isabella Molntvre Wm C
Brnnt Mr Cbas T Moranal Mrn An
Balrd Jossie lolnetto
Biadlej- Lottie MePhoraon Mr P
Bcrner Lonr. MeCloud Mrs Lrie
Barrett Geo McColly Mrs L K
Coop?r Lonnl. Monroe Mrs L A
t-artcr Mkh c; Xev.-man Sadie
Campbe TTdnn Xeleou Miss Pdrina
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Day Mies Ellzr. O Newton Mrs Gertie
JPupont Miss Jean Newett Mi-s F C
DIxen Mary oi.icn Mlns Elmlr.i
Douglas Mis 3nrker Miss Holler
Y?m",l?,AI,s!VT Iv hotter Misi Minnie
lvlllott Miss Jessj c Plnrce Miss Mary
Terati5o:; Mrs Parker Misx Ida
trrnble Mr.- D Potter Mls Ann
Geo Mw M ivrlclns Mrs Alice
i,1!,01,?1'1. -t'" Lottie
Hall Mrs U m itedmond Mrs iotUo
Jiarna Mrs IJordn R-oso ?.Irs Isaac
tt .,. Shclton Mra Cairio
JlamlHon Edl'.h L Stowurl Mian Zora
Howard Mrs II C Seymour Mlas Iura
Woyt Mlsti Jenide F Snilth Mrs C L
Henderson Mrs J L Bhanks Mrs D C
Jlowanl Mrs Mabel Sutton Mra Thus
Hcok Mrs Ruth Sloan Mrs Mu jrarct
JIansen MSns Vaunle Swenscn Emelv
Jlackman Mra A L Solomon Mi-s Jas
Irvine Mrs C L Saner Mrc John
Jonos Mrs E IC Sleler Mrs I T
Jonos Mrs ElIaubHh Snow Miss livcrA
Jt-neen Karolino Vernon Miss .Polly
Jcnuen MIim Le.ca AVood Mrs
Klnp Mrs 3 W Wilmoth Miss Mln
Kevan Mrs J 'L. nir,
Kjnc Miss Ethel WhUo Ella 1)
Lre MLjs Leon a Tool Mra H J
.Armtnsfton H Love E M
Allen O A t.owc Gerald A
ApostoIakoH Geo Mlck'ilson .Tns
Arabia Glu-scppe Mapcs H D
Apnmr.n J T Morlmoto U
Lurdlck V li Melnty,i-e II
Bokuo Vlrcll 5 MnzzuchI T
Budd H L 7dllkr Chaa R
Berceacn Randolph Miller Geo
Barnes W I (2) Mott Ceo H
Bnker Geo W Murrav Jas L
Bttrton Mr Mulllkln Wm
Brown Wm Mofnt R X
Brown S M MeCulIouuh Wm
Covordalo R T Mason & Scott
Curtis Shorry Maloy A J
t-olliiip. Moll Myers Char, A
Cutler Louis Mayo Emil
Connors Jon Matthews J J
Cotton J W Melcalf W
Cook G N Miner W E
Coombs Fred M McDonald Andrpw
Cone Edw McCIoskcy Arthur
Conroy John "MoDonell A
Craig & Hanson McDantel C E
Copps.A W McCullum D O
Carver Will C Nnland A J
Carlson Oscar Norman B E
Case Howard Nelson Chas (2)
Carson Frank Nohion Edw
Cameron A A O'Rclllv F JJ
Coverdale Carl Olson Hvrum
DIaton Atharwlon Olon G A
Danncr J S O'Neal John W
Dcnn Geo W O'Brien T II
Dodpe Edward L Oehi Mr
DaviM Thoa Obertop Earl
Davln Jack Olson Bros
Dlttman Max Palace Royal Mllly
Doe John Co
DoURhcrty J A Plckcrlnsr Ed
Daniels Ernest IMiyer Hcnrv
Dusupln MnJ K Pyatt Mr and Mrs
Evans Ben Guy
Elsworth John Pierce L C
EdwnrdH AV A Rood G W
Eckatrand Alfred Rclnl J
Puder Joe Rcleford M M
Ford Harry Richardson O W
Franklin David C Robinon Chas PJ
Fisher Thos R Roberts C D
Faulkner John Ryndors A ?'
FabrlclDS Honrj- Read Geo W
Grlflltlhe Louis Stallsworth O
Qri3wold Jns Stormunantz Will
Greene Feed Co Slurgis Wm P
Gadbois J G Schmullhauscn A (2
Galvln Daniel P (?) Schemmel Frank
Gleerion T J Sauer J W
Gleason T F Echrocdor Richard
Guccller Phlll BhurtlifT II C
Gren Lawrence Starr A F
Gunter AV T (2) Splart A L
Hahn Chas Snowden Fred
Hartley C M Stowart Enoch (3)
Hayford A Sticker F O
Hodgson It Mtophons J R
Holmes Harry U Stotrsoalc J M
Heacn Otis Smith O
Hagtrcrtv John Sc;illy J F
Hague J H Strayer I J
Hayman Jos Thomas Joslah
Handloy B II Thomas Mardls
Hamilton Frank Tofte Peter
Ingham Goo Trusty Frank
Jones J L Torgulnl Andrew
Jenkins Thos G- V'oylea L E
Jacobson R Western Grain &
Jeoaup E K Produce Co
Kso Ylntr A Co Waynes Aimer
Kontos Andvos Wcnlwortn Clarence
Krodel B Wines C
ICane P A Wiseman Brycn
Leo Sam Wilson Arthur
T-oy Ong Whlttakcr Mr
Lundetcdt Roabon WUUainsnn Geo
Lewis Frank S WJaetta Domcnlco
Lashbrook Mauler Wllkcrion Goo
Howard Wilea T
Leo Anderpoti Worthen W
LanjEton B l" WilRht J L
Larsen C Laru Woods II C
Llndoay Charles Workmnn Edmund
Usnens, Jake Woodninnuec &
Lawrence F 1 Oood fellow
Little Lec (2) Walker M R
Lemon Walter Waugh Chas
Lundj' E S Young E L
Gardner Mrs Walter Snyder Miss Har.iil
. ' MURRAY STATION.
Baumgartncr John King Dan
Berge Frank Papamos Jim
Dlilou Jos M Pane Byron
Gcrsio John Robinson Annio
Hnlitrorrr Mrs Wm Smith S II-
Tlanecn Olle Tester A'ernon
Jonos C B
CALDER PARK STATION.
Sommoin Miss Janle Stonier Jepna
A. L, THOMAS, Postrnafiter.
When Uncle 6am spends that million or
more on the grounds and buildings at Fort
Douglas It Is said that this will be ono
or the finest nrmy posts in the countrv.
It certainly will bo one of tho best located
ones and will kaep walch over a real live
No. Fort Douglas Is not maintained and
?,arroncd by the Governmpnt to keep
the Gentiles and Mormons of Salt Lake
City from mixing their muscle. It is
merely here us a guarantee of good faith.
,,Ai ;vcnlng newspaper takes up a quun
t.ly of supposedly valuable tpfice to a.vsure
the public that tho subpoenao for promi
nent church men to appear at Washington
to testify in tho Siuoot case arc not ln tho
nature of arrests. Of course not. but
tnal nuwspaier was not a considerate of
the powlblo ml.-.underatandlng of a similar
situation a few weeks ago when a sub
poena was pent hore for service on the
publisher of a contemporary notifying him
that ha was desired 11s a. witness ln an
otnr case In which the Government was
Interested, In the former cape the news
paper showed lis spleen; in thia lanf its
personal Interest The ror.Bons Impelling
aotion In each incident woitj ncvor undis
Some one has suggestod that if the Rus
sians find that thoy cannot whip the Japs
ln a snuaro-toed light' that they might pre
pare a large quantity of chop auey. toll
tho almond-eyed follows up Into tho In
lerior and freozc thorn to death.
, . -
Quite a number of citizens of Salt Lake
county have gone on record In the case
of Frank Rone as being so prejudiced
ngalnnl tho prisoner that oven in face of
tho evidence favorable to him that an
"impartial Yerdlct" could not bo rendered.
What 11 commentary, thly, on man's na
ture! Jt seems Impossible that an Intel
ligent citizen would bo willing to state
that ho Is so steeped in prejudice.
Significance, It is &nld. attaches to tho
fact that the Twelfth lnfantrv was de
tailed to the Philippines out of the regular
ordor. A ronlment stntioned In Kentucky
lo claimed to have been tho flrnt In the
regular order and there are some who
take thin as mnujilng that It is the desire
of the War donartment to have soldiers
moving to tho East as soon as possible. In
fear that there may bo some complica
tions that may call for United States
Fort Douglas has an air of desolation
about It these days. The removal of the
Twelfth Infantry buys mado qulto a breach
in the ranki. and there is a feeling of real
sadness ln tho post. Especially Is this truo
In tho case of the wivea of tho soldlci-a.
Some of them rofuso to be comforted.
If the "Inspector of Pests" should run
out of a Job.what would be thn matter
with dirocilng his attention to tho "Ter
Since a Judge has decided that the rail
roads are not llablo for damages for kill
ing or maiming a man who rides on a pass
passengor traffic promises to show a dis
tinct falling off. It Is much more prollt
ablo to remain at homo tlmn to chance an
accident without hope of laying down on
tho company for tho rest of one's life.
. - -1
The Coroner's verdict In the Lucln cut
off disaster Is paradoxical, Tho accident
might havo boon avoided. It says, but no
blamo Is attached to any one I O, we ace!
The cloud of smoke that sweeps over the
city from tho smelters at Murray Is a
grenter uuIb-iiico to Salt Lake than all of
the smoking stacks in town. Mayor Mor
ris mljht confer with his neighbor and soo
If something cannot be dono. Tho city
had better purchase tho smoke-consuming
npparatus and present it to tho ameltor
people. Tho Investment would be worth
many times its cost.
It has been Intimated that Councilman
Davis left town to avoid another arsault
by tho Herald's cartoonist. Three such
stabs as that of Thursday would probably
bo fa tel.
Real estate brokers have resolved that
they want to bo Included in tho list of
those businesses that aro obliged to pay
n license. Is thin patriotism, public pride,
sympathy for tho ordinary taxpayer or an
ovldcjico that real CPtato Is on tho boom?
Mayor Morris need not worry about tho
street earn jumping the tracks and run
ning Into tho telopnono and trolley poles
whon there aro to many saloons conven
ient. Over at Kansas City It la said that
a car novcr loaves the track that It does
not head for a "boozo Joint." And there
Is no evidence at hand to show that tho
Salt Lake cars are better dlspored than
those of tho Missouri town.
Blue Point Perfectos, Two for 25c
Arc sold by all dealers. Manufactured
by WWtnker & Dallas, CI West 2nd
Eouth. Telephone 2062x.
OLD SOLDIER VICTIM!
Vandalism as wall an larceny Is charged
against the persons who broke into the lit
tle candy atand of E. S. Gray on South
Tomplc street, near the old Dcaerct News
building. Candy, gum and fruit to tho
I value of $0 was carried awny and the re
! malndcr of the stock was scattered reck
lessly about on the sidewalk and in the
gutter. Tho offenders have not been ap
prehended, although the officers nro un
usually anxious to convict them because
of the mnllco shown. Mr Gray, tho pro
prietor of tho stand, la n veteran of tho
Chll war, and depends upon his little bus
iness for a living
Thi is M& Sishmiliisite for-
ft im Mattes of Health
A NeW Wrinkle, (No. 7.)
. Potato Soup
Ono tenapoonful Arnionr'i Extract of Dccf.
2 potatoe 1 VI tcaspoonful ealt
i'A J qnort water H tenspoonful celery sail
. - , 1 pint milk . )i tsaspoonfu) paprika
1 2shcci onion ininccd 2 tablcxpooufuiB hotter
1 teaapoonful parsley (obopped) 1 tnbltopooaful Hour
Cook potatoes In boiliug salted water; when soft rub
' through a sieve: jeald v;lth onion, add milk slowly to
potatoos. Melt half tho bolter, add flour, ?tir until
well mixed; then stir into boiling soup. Let boil up,
add Extract ot Beef and roraaining butter, salt, celory
alt, paprika, and parnley lueU
Above ?b taken from edition de lUx( "Culinary Wrinkles" (Jest
out) which will be &ent postpaid to any address on receipt ol
a metal cap from jar of Armour's Eitract of Beef.
AKMourt & Company, Chicago.
The Best Extract of the 'Best 'Beef
n-Mmn tl M ii ju u ' i j lirBTTTiTI II y HI T III I III' I II II I -T1TI1 Hi H" ITTi T ll'fnOTMi'"'' " f'nri B-rBa
I DOCTOR COOK "T"
Prostatic Troubles vz? Nervous Debility j
permanently cured, no
matter how long stand- 7--Sj? Cures quick and radical ;
ine the disease, ln from fgjf in SO to CO days, by my
5 to 20 days. JST own famouo method. j
Stricture M fig? $9 Varicocele
cured ln 15 dayx, with- ffj y V& , . . - nHrmn
... . ... i r 3SWK oymptomn loon dlsappoar i
Wasting Weakness 1 -v W completely and forever !
Time of euro. 10 to CO yflSvEfes l ,1 sa-fo Jaln,ell, ,a.n,d f
days, by my orielnal, jf& is. JP WiQS bloodless. An absaluto ;
ver' almplo remedy ly WJ euro guaranteed-
(used exclusively by 7 J&ftVSJX? . I
mo). lWM Blood Poison .
Private Diseases 4 ratfgftr Every veutige of poison 1
cured in 8 to 10 days, removed from system
without tho ueo of pol- without aid of moroury S
eonous druga. or potath. J
I Concuitatlon fa free and invited, and ln consulting me you may bo suro
that nothing that science oan devlao or nklJl pcrfeot has been loft ur.don J
Sto afford you a speedy, eafo and pormaner.t c-.ir. I ,
WRITE me in full conrl2er.ee, o xpicining your troubles as they appear to ri
you. acd rccci?? by return mall my honest and. candid opinion of your case. j
cock MEOieflL e., bXmtv
I ' TOO GOOB TO BE j I
OVERLOOKED J '
EOYS' CLOTHING DEPT. I
SPECIAL ALL BAY.
M ' EOYS' NORFOLK SUITS In wool mixtures, light pat torn s-cmlyv We ; .1
have about ISO of those salts which are broken In skice. ranging from I
fi 4 to 12 yenrs, all regular 8.50 and $4,C0 vulues. wb wilt sacrifice for
Saturday only for leas than manufacturers' oost. n
I SALE PRICE.. . , 7...4J5U ll JM
I FOR TONIGHT, 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK j I l
Tonight Special! RI . Afe!:h8 4 111
rm.m.P I- Notion Counter j j
Whittemore's .,ral.t,!t.s..ti. j
I Shoe -Dressing j lm SoaP ! : I
f IN GLYCERINE, HO'EY A,TD I
g Gilt Edge Elite or Champion. OATMEAL. Kcgularvnrlce 10c a I !
I LARGE 25c SIZE. FOR 2 b Qn t 9
$ HOURS ONLY Dan n scUc at 9 J fM
15c 3f&l0c j I
Wino of Cardui has bten so holpfol to mo Bvory woman snffenng with femaJe trouble
IflkJsh rSSWTi that I fcol it my duty to advioo sick and suffering should try Wine o Cardui, and Ifuliy beheTe 5r i
' LmiWlf V,'mCa l tri" thiS v,'ondorful Tem' she will experienca the samo benouta and cure yjk
mS 505 East 8Sth St., New York Cify. NJBth StKnosas City, 3o. WM
7WMJ nillm M tffltti , , - j i j r My advtoo to suffering women w to toko EgS ', I
WJUtrjC- QXAll KM Wmo of Cardlu simply wondorful and I w;nc of Carni and they will DOTor bo dia- ffl
TWfrH Tn"',b- tbat aU sufferuiy omon o lts B0 appointed in the results. gig JM
WTSMM W?Wlm qUalltlCS' MRS. WimELMINA SNOW, MISS LOUISE FINE, M IH
' ' 'M" KnCUe' Prtlmd' 12.5 Hcnnessy St., New Orluw, .1 Mk
Hundreds of thousands of women whose advice' is worth taking will tell you Sgl '
XW8$$M& PS that Wine o Cardui is the medicine to cure all female diseases. These women arc Wi '
Vw&PRr IM competent to give advice because they have been through the whole jgamut of JQ
SffT suffering, from incipient menstrual irregularities to. bearing down pairos, ovarian pains, mm
ll leucorrhcea, nen'ousness, pains of childbirth and even the vital suffering during ,
li3& l Wv?lrV These women say Wine of Cardui will cure menstrual disorders, bearing J
JfPR Pi Vyirawa down Pns' ovarian Pains' leucorrhcea, nervousness and hysteria that this pure E
rSilWkm H V Wift ae v,i11 rob childbirth of its vorst agonies, and that the change of life need have
mJPw i i i w no tdrrors for a womaa vho this &reat female tonic- wil1 yu take thcir advice? i Lm
SHT" T' ' I
I Of Selling Bad Tomato Catsup--Case Dismissed Today in Court I '
I But is Guilty of Selling Goods at Prices Named Below. I JL
Special four DAY'S sale .. I
COMMENCING TODAY. -'!-;" . J
I ZZZ 7oOh:7. 25 t ctlfl: AM i H
l ' rinl'Vnp'a'n 8 Wm (1 HO, 25 "S. 50 1
I te 10Y '' Men's S1.00 CA MM
Finest quality Black Aft 3 ff? 25 s"e' 53& I
tea, pound 1000 assorted men's Dress I L MmmM
xull cream clieeso, -g e rf" 2 cans best grade f- Sliirta, values ijl.00, for . jyfV' I 1
I pound flOe fruit ZOW- Neckwear, now line flilk Hfif I' lH
Boat 'Em All Soap, Lf' New Strained Honoy, OC bows, 25c values, for lU WM
7 for ZjQy 3 pounds . XtJ Men's, wool socks. 35c 1lA 1 5
Dipniond C Soap, Clff" 3 large cans Tomatoes ""5 S valuo, for 1 J g ,
13 for DXJw for , AiDy 10,000 y-ds standard gT4 I liH
I Box. of 4 bars toilet soap,' "iJO Ladies' shoes, ?2.00 H OK callcoB, worth 10c, for yd , DU' I; .
for . JlU'W' valuea W.JdD 5000 yards fine ' dirf 1'
Pinest Tapioca, per Itlen's shoes, 1 g( porcalos .. oC I. I
j pound Oy calf - l.OU Amoskeng- . rj 1 LWM
Finest Pearl r- Children's shoes, -jp Glng-haniB J &
i Barloy O W 2 to 5 ODy 10,000 yards all shades silk stf, 1 mmM
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