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K TEffl SA rjT liATTFi TRIBUSTE; gmSTDAY MOKOTOsTG, MAY 3; 1904:. If
temperature Is little abovo 5 re
quires considerable course, but
iveral dozen Salt Lakers are
.non the beach at Saltair most
ternoon. Tho Great Salt lake
flrovr in popularity, however, from
. until the middle o the eum
Ktnd the delights of a saline bath
go trell understood that many Salt
L find It dimcult to wait until the
Sekes the chill out of the water.
tcIH mark a particularly lntcr-
ffSeriS m So history of the local
Laying the corners one to
; irift on tho corner of First
2 Ad 6ten8t?eelB-wlU bo wit
'! & by hundreds
roan of flesh and blood can forc
i faSh any decree of accuracy the
I SJfior Salt Lake City during Feb
1 Kirchand April." At least that
l'Snent of an old resident. He
sBTthBt tho weather observer makes a
WM Se3 very often, but there are
!l?rr5rs In the forecasts. This Is
reflection on the bureau but an
3 enw of the unusual conditions that
j ?S met in preparing a forecast.
Wounding mountains aro so elt
I that tho lower curronts of air aro
I ncntly diverted from accustomed
? &. and ihe unexpected countering
' kTcnrrcnts interfere with all of the
,ji Zry rules. And thero aro no two
ti,! ters alike. t t ,
nature has a rule of compensation,
Jli 'should be a delightful month. April
g ,W spotted
jth Uie passing of the months with
y the oyster is supposed to go out
js FALL BEHIND
f FOR THE MONTH
JTH the, deaths evenly divided
f between males and females and
f thc'Irls outnumbering the. boys
t In the births, the -weaker sex
S a decided gain during tho past
S, The records of the health of-
JSiow SO deaths for April. 40 of
fwere males and 40 females', thero
mi births recorded, of which S3
Erales and &1 females. The death
E,' however, does not Include 12
feidenta who died in Salt Lake,
its it Include 9 still births,
report for the week ending April
pi's 41 births, 21 males and 23 fe
Ki The deaths for tho past week
red 31, of which 22 were males
14 females. The report shows that
lot a single case of diphtheria
y at the present time. Not a
e of scarlet fever was reported
ie week, and thero are but 3
er quarantine in tho city. Sev
of whooping cough wero rc
id ten cases of emallpox were
led. During the week 3 small
nU were discharged as cured
otal number of cases now un
mtine regulation In the city
t of these are confined In tho
hospital. As only ten cases
irted during the past week as
I for the prerloun week, it Is
that the epldemla has run its
d Is dying down.
J SALT LAKE
IS RISING RAPIDLY
pty-onc and one-half Inches Is
rise In the waters at tho lakp
Hthey commenced to como up. A
amount of raln fell at Salt
Vlta? the past week when the
Prere over tho city. Tho wet
",M which visited most of tho sur-
glf country missed Salt Lake, as
h i to be fended off by the raoun-
iOB.ftw augurs well for tho coming
rNjM the lake rose two-tenths of
fcR. the latter part tnl3 week,
S:Kr6re T,'aa G0 llttle Precipitation
iKjiOW m tno mountains has not
- Ume to molt, so if the warm
IK tlmies It may be hoped that
lfrs wiu continue to climb up
JMfi "ra to come.
GRANGE FOB, CLOSING
leeling of the county school
held yesterday in tlfe ofllce
Superintendent Ashton It
a to, hold tho commencement
n Friday, I.Iny 27, Instead of
' Previously arranged. This
s made on nccount of the
held at Calder's park on
e SlVt? bellcved wU1 b0 con
wlnatlou3 in tho county
ii ts held on Wednesday and
Joy 18 and 19. The exam-
be conducted In three dl
e each at Bingham. Sandy
viS!r,nd 1'1U b4n3er tho dl
1 ?S 51 a meirber of the
rn,?am,ner8' Th Prln
ffi f Prer.arne the edu
jhlt for tho -World'a fair.
'AlllK. "Qping Cough.
VK8PrinK Pf 1901 mj' cbndren had
tr5(0Urf Ikmedy with tho most
L ffWiff 1 hT ever seen for whoop-
- v'icy of I?6"8 the "verity and
llAlftlKt , av couflmj spells, and
rcjjjjflP S,ale bl- all leading drug-
of commission, but the fat, swollen ones
will yet bo subject to call.
Since the noclety favorite, out in Cal
ifornia turned bandit, possible all 'of
the mysterious hold-ups of tho winter
will bo ungenerously laid at his door.
Probably the reason tho Treasury of
ficials will not express an opinion as to
how long It will be until the new post
offlco building will bo completed, Is
that they cannot make a long-dlstanco
Several Increases m tho number of
saloons are booked for tho near future.
There Is at least one good to come from
this a more thorough distribution of
tho police force during working hours.
Al Fields will retire, somp one has
said, With tho close of this season. In
this case it Is presumed that some of
his Jokes will also be retired.
Just what tho graft is in advertising
"ranch eggs" ns any better than eggs
laid elsewhere than on a ranch, is hard
to guess,, but the signs before gaskets
and boxes and crates of nice looking
eggs can be seen at tho market stores
all over the city.
And speaking of egi$3 reminds me of
a statement recently made by a dealer
to a newspaper man. He Insisted that
ho could tell by the appearance of tho
egg whether It would produce a rooster
or a hen.
"Tho small end of an egg," said he,
"Is either as smooth as a marblo or it
Is wrinkled Uko an old maid. But tho
wrinkle has no indication of age. The
wrinkled end simply tells that the egg,
if hatched, will produce a rooster. The
smooth-ended egg will hatch is. hen.
Thero is no possible difference In the
taste of the eggs."
If you are skeptical mark your egg3
the next time old "speckle" wants to
set. Then tie a dainty ribbon around
tho chick. You'll be able to tell the
difference when crowing time comes.
With all of its claims that its ma
chines prevent men from becoming dis
honest, tho National Cash Register
company has ..permitted It to leak out
that ono of .ho company's cashiers has
boon discovered $1000 phort in his ac
There Is a story going the rounds that
a Salt Lake wife left her husband be
cause he would not slap his neighbor's
wife,, whom the deserter said had In
sulted her. Tho circumstance is men
tioned as a suggestion to young men
who may bo writing a marriage con
tract Little thinks Uko these should
Since it Is said that whisky produces
typhoid fever, many a family doctor is
asked if the disease is very painful.
Salt Lake womfen, a3 a rule, have
ruddy cheeks. Not all of them do, for.
some are not looking for such evidences
of good health, and others are not will
ing to work for such results. Some one
has observed that Salt Lake women are
given to much walking. The unusually
long blocks and the many rambling
placessklrtlng the city make walking
both a necessity and a convenient
pleasure. The warm days entice hun
dreds up the hillsides and onto the
mountains, and hundreds moro walk
long distances up City Creek canyon,
which la Indeed a genuine spring-time
Second M. E. church, Fourth East
and Galena, the Rev. "W. B. Burton,
pastor Sermon at 11 a. m. by one of
the visiting ministers en route to the
general conference in Los Angeles, Cal.
At 8 p. m. the Rev. Dr. J. G. Evans of
Chicago will preach, subject, "Christian
Citizenship." Dr. Evans a one of the
strongest preachers In the country. Spe
cial muslo at both services. Sunday
school at 1Q a. m., Ellis Jajrne, superin
tendent. Junior League at 3 p. m. Ep
worth League at 7:15 p. m. The pastor
leaves for his new charge In California
Wednesday, and all persons interested
In the work and success of the church
are Invited to a last service on Tuesday
ovenlng at S p. m. A cordial invitation
to tho publlo and visiting brethren.
Illff M. E. church, Ninth East and
First South, D. M. Helmlck, pastor
The Rev. J, H. Gen3cncy will preach In
the morning at 11 o'clock. There will
be no preaching at night on account of
the Platform meeting at the First M. E.
church at S o'clock. Sunday-school at 10
a. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Cra
dle Roll exercises lru tho church at 3 p.
m. An interesting programme has been
prepared for the occasion. Special mu
sic morning and afternoon. Strangers
in tho city are especially invited to
East Side Baptist church, corner of
Third South and Seventh East, F. Sar
nelt, pastor. At 11 a. m. Dr, Lamkln,
will preach his last sermon, on "Tho
Magic Name of Jesus." Sunday-school,
12:15 p. m.; young people's meeting, 7 p.
m.;' evening service, 8 p. m. The ordi
nance of baptism will follow tho eve
ning service and one of the visiting
Methodist ministers will preach.
SL Mark's cathedral. Very Rev.
James B. Eddie, B. D., dean Fourth
Sunday after Easter: 7:30 a! m., holy
communion; 9:45 a. m., Sunday-school;
11 a. m., Holy communion and Bermon,
"The Seventh Missionary, District Con
ference and Its Work"; S p. m., evening
prayer and address The' public is cor
dially invited to attend the services.
St. Peter's chapel 3 p. rn., Sunday
school. St. Paul's church, Main and Fourth
South Btreea, Rev. Charles E. Perkins,
B. D., rector. Services 8 a. m holy
communion; 9:45 a. m., Sunday-school;
11 a. m., holy communion and sermon;
S p. m., evening prayor and sermon.
Strangers and visitors are cordially wel
comed. All seats free
St. John's chapel, Perkins' Addition,
9:45 a, m., Sunday-school; 11 a. m.,
holy communion and sermon by Rev.
George C. Hunting. Visitors welcomed.
German Evangelical service at tho
East Side Baptist church, corner Third
South und Seventh East, Sunday
school, 2 p. m..; preaching, 3 p. m. You
are cordially invited. Rev, G. A. Zlm
mer, pastor; residence. S2S East Second
Services at 3 p. m. No Sunday-school
today. Everybody Invited to attend.
Services at tho chapel of the Reor
ganized church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints, 228 East Second South.
Sunday, May 1st, will be as follows:
Lesson, subject: "We Should Glvo Our
Helvea to God"; lesson text, Jams 1.,
1S-27. Sacrament Ecrvice, 11 a. m.;
Scandinavian service, G p. m.; English
preachlng,GervIcc. 7:30 p. m. An open
air service will be held at G p. m., corner
Second South and Main streets. Elder
A. M. Chase will be the speaker.
First Unitarian society Services at
Unity hall, 140' South Second East, at 11
a. m., Rev. W. H. Fish, Jr., pastor. Miss
Emily Larson will sing a solo and the
Unity quartette an anthem. Sunday
school and Emeron class at 12:15. Sun
day evening lecture on "The Elizabeth
an Epoch" by Prof. Marshall of the
Stato University. Vocal polo by Mr.
Bert Hamilton. Unity club Monday
evening, address by Judge C. C. Good
win, music by MrB. Dr.Plummer, Mr.
Arthur Shopard, Miss Berkhoel, Esther
Allen and Miss Robertson. Unity Circle
Wednesday at 2:30.
Central Christian church, corner of
Third East and Fourth South Preach
ing at 11 a m. by Dr. T. W. Pinkerton.
The evening service will co'nsist of a
Missionary programme, largely Inter
spersed with music. Bible school at 12:30
Junior Endeavor at 4 p. m. Tuesday.
Prayer service Wednesday at 8 p. m.
All are cordially Invited to attend these
First Church of Christ, Scientist, 33G
East Third South Sunday-school at
9;4D a. m. Church service at 11 a. m.,
subject, "Adam and Fallen Man." Each
Wednesday evening at S o'clock a meet
ing is held to listen to the testimonials
of healing of both sin and sickness. All
are wclcomo to these services. Free
reading-rooms openjlally from 10 a, m.
to 5 p. m., in rooms G07-60S Scott-Strc-vell
building, ICS Main street Take
First Baptist church, corner Second
South and Second West, Rev. D. A.
Brown, pastor. Preaching. 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.; Sunday-school, 12:15 p. m., F.
J. Lucas, superintendent; B. Y. P. U,
7 p, m., subject, "Answered Prayers,"
C. J. McNItt, leader; regular monthly
covenant meeting, Wednesday evening
at S o'clock. A welcome to all.
Rio Granda mission chapel, Second
South between Ninth and Tenth West
Sunday-school, 10 a. m., George Paul,
Burlington mission chapel, corner In
diana avenue and Navajo street Sunday-school,
3:30 p. m., G. J. Badert
scher, superintendent; Frldaj' evening
service, S o'clock.
Third Presbyterian church, corner of
Washington avenue and Eleventh East
The pulpit will be filled at 11 a. m.
by one of visiting Methodist brethren.
Sabbath-school, 12;15 p. m ; Junior C.
E., 4:30; Senior C. E. 6:45; preaching
at 7:45 by the pastor. Joslah McClaln,
First Congregational. Public ser
vices at 11 o'clock, sermon by the pas
tor, Rev. Elmer I. Goshen. Sunday
school, 12:20; ypting people's meeting,
6;15. Public cordially invited to all services.
Prole Is taserted
Into Express Peal
Texas Investigating Statements of
Wells, Fargo & Co. as to Ex-
penses in State.
SAN FRANCISCO,' April 30. Moro
books of Wells, Fargo &. Co. wero
inspected and more of its officials
examined by the Texas authori
ties in the suit brought by that State to
put Into effect the new railroad commis
sion tariff reducing tho rates of express
companies between 9 and 10 per cent.
In the course of croBs-examinatlon,
the fact was developed that Wells, Far
go &. Co. in 1903 made a deal with the
Southern Pacific railroad by which it
got a renewal for thirteen years of the
exclusive express privileges on the
Southern Pacific lines. For this privi
lege tho express company paid the rail
road a bonus of a mliiion dollars, in
cluding 5750,000 of express company
stock, and agreed to give it 40 per cent
of its annual gross earnings.
The Texas officials are probing deeply
Into tho company's statement of its ex
penses In Texas and also into the vol
umo of its receipts, in order to show
that the company can afford to have
Its tariffs reduced as proposed by the
Rifle and Bovolver Match,
NEW YORK, April 30. Arrange
ments have been completed for thosec
ond Franco-American revolver and rifle
match to be played by cablo in a team
of fifteen marksmen of tho Cerclo des
Carabineers de Paris and a team of fif
teen of the Manhattan Rifle and Revol
ver club of this city. The Frenchmen
will shoot at Paris on May Sth. 12th and
15th. Tho Americans at Greenville, N.
J., on May,7. 12 and W.
Every man will shoot forty consecu
tive times. The position for both wcap
ons will bo standing, frco from any rest
Why so many persons will continue to
suffer from Stomach, Liver or Kidney
ills when tho medicine to cure them
and make them strong and healthy Is
within their reach. If you are among
this number we urge you to commence
A.CH toen curing all
without fall. Try
MEtf Sick Headache,
ffiffWn Weak Kidneys,
rSffi Dyspepsia or
23 Malarial Fevor.
SKfi; You'll be pleasod
aSgSffi with the result.
KkS The genuine has
EaX our PRIVATE
fe-ijfl STAMP ovor tho
pPneck of tho bot-
1 Hirschman's Bulletins I ' 11
Hi - BAil
Vfc. BULLETIN NO. 1.
Have you ever seen a pebble
g3 drop In water? How It starts a
L slight commotion which rapidly
expands In ever widening circled
Well, we're going to drop a cut
price pebblo and herc'B a result
5 Infants soft soled shoes, new
?Al goods, neat styles, well made;
rfc?) colors and black; pretty 1 V.
styles; value 50c, oiow.......
Babes size. 2 to 5 Rllma shoe,
VAj turn sole, patent tip: made from
pieces of higher grado children's
??' shoes, neat toe shape.patcnt 1 "In
Zfijl tip, DOc value, now ... uuv
Babies' 3 to 5 spring heel turn
Sg4 shoe, patent tip, good, firm up-
oSI pcrs. A most excellent Or
ytft value at 80c, value now....,
BULLETIN NO. 2.
& FOR GIRLS.
Such a buylngchance for good,
V, staple girls' shoes comes not
,K every day, yet right now at most
t wanted time. 'Tls hero when .
3M such good shoes cost so little,
(gq It Is the part of wisdom to shoo
Lfty, economically and well.
Here's a value that we cpnslder
the greatest. A Woolf Brothers'
shoe for girls, all solid. Remem
ber that a western made shoo
with no cut off vamps or shoddy
at the price seems impossible.
Good,. firm kid stock, patent tip,
Size3 5 to 8 at 63o
Sizes 12 to 11 88c
, Sizes 11 12 to 2 at . . .$1.13
The best thing that ever hap
(J4 The Petito is a special snap wo
t v bought of a big lot of excellent
A3 hand turned shoes bIzos 4 to 8.
-Medium wide too shape
patent tip a splendid
gfj 51.25 valuo at 1
The Frolic is a splendid shoe
CbJrj that comes In patent tip kid
sorts for better wear or White
(3 Bros, box calf with firm sole for
Sizes 5 to 8, 90c value . . . 63c
5 Sizes 8 12 to 11, S1.25 value
Sizes 11 12 to 2, S1.50 value
tiu for $ I .OO
H BULLETIN NO. 3.
I FOR BOYS.
tp" Shoes for boys that stand the
test of roughest play. Honest
53 shoes at low prices that's tho
Vi ' kernel of onr story.
P" Tho wonder little man's shoe.
a real calf shoe sizes 10 to 13,
solid leather and of
t,. fered as a special lead- QRr
g er at yov"
The Saco an all solid tiger calf
g3 shoe for boys neat style it does
Ifl Sizes 1 to 2 at $ 1 .23
SizetfStoBat S 1 .45
tV Tho Shield an all solid extra
well made shoe in Uttlei man's1
fetj sizes 0 to 12, a shoo you can bank
ffcfcji on wearing good, box calf uppers
(gS firm soles. Price $L65, now 51.23.
) Special Bulletin of
g3 Llttlo things make great sav
?J ings. Hore'B a few saving Items.
m Best 25c Uliby Shoo Polish
nnd PaBto I 9c
&t Best 15c Shoe Polish and
Best lOo Shoo Paste
a for 4c ;
tybi A most unusual offorlng is this
g!9 for women western made shoes,
$1 extra cood In every way. There's
M?A no cut of -amps or Ehoddy leather
5!fl a nhop wo can recommend for
any forvlce, neat toe 3hupc, pat-
g ent IipcI. fox. and patent tip,
I I valuo and wear of $2.50 Ifl ;
gjj norto. '. 41.00 j
fytA Mon's comfort hoaso slippers ;
In leather, value 85c, 49C '
I $ SLarly Bird ' J I
I I Siioe Sale ! i
I NEWS of most unusual importance
g' r"2 from the -Hirschman store today, an-
g r nouncing the opening of our great siioe
Sale right now, at the season's very start, instead I
of at the season's end. Right now when we pre- 4r &
$ x scn e finest showing of new styles, because T
8 !! wc've mac UP ur mind to double our Aay busi-
i- dfe ness' anc arc om5 to mac mo5 remarkable price $
concessions to do it SI
This Sale must command your attention, be- f
g$ cause of excellent materials, character and style of g
1 shapely making by good shoemakers. i
Because prices- which are always low, are I
much lower j 'because of complete new lines and
W preparedness bacause of having the riht floods
r at right-to-you prices, this sale will attract the jj
i Jk muutcs ant be a record-breaker. &
p f I
I BULLETIN NO. 4. FtfR g
Boys and Girls
These are three of our regular
lines of boys' and girls' shoea
that we glvo premiums to tho E
boys and girls with. f
Our Shield shoe for girls Is a t
thoroughly trustworthy medium-
priced shoo for dress sortfl, in kid 1
or calf sorts for every day. j
Sizes 5 to 8 a SI .00
Sizes 8 12 to 11 at . . . $-1 .25 i
Sizes 11 12 to 2 .... $ 1 .65 h
C Jumping Ropes with sizes f,
ji 5 to II. y
A Nice Doll with Misses'. I
W Massachusetts shoe for girls Is t
2J the top notch of shoomaklng and f
$ wear. You will pay from 2Co to t
M 60o more and got shoes that are z
ri not their equal;12 styles for dress 5
or school wear. f
8 Sizes 5 to 8 at $ .25,
J8 Sizes 8 12 to 11 at . . .SI. 66
jg Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 at. . .S2.00
8 Free Jump Ropes with sizes $j
H 5 to 8. h
U Dolls with sizes 9 to 2. h
Our boyB' doublo wear shoe Is
W the best thing that ever hap- 5
S pened in tho shoo way. They Jp
H wear, no question about it, mado fj
5j with know how of vello calf,
tfj tho toughest stock made, extra h
g well sewod and good stout Boles
w Sizes 9 to 13 at $1.65"
Sizes 1 to 2 at SI. 75 g
w Sizes 8 to 5 at S2.O0 S
gg FREE WITH THESE SHOES- g
f Knjyes, Ball Bats, Masks or $
Catching Cloves. 'i
Green, Fancy, Imported, '' V ' Telephones:
ind Staple Groceries, . ' No. 964
Fish, Cured Meats, No. 963
Poultry, Etc. 7 No. 966
W. S. HENDERSON,
267-269-371 South Main fit.,
SALT LAKE CITY, - - - - UTAH.
Wholesale. Wholesale Trader
Retail. ' Especially Solicited.
BULLETIN HO. 5. g
The greatest shoo values that K
j wero ever heard of, and they ar0 n
5 now eprlng style shoos. Precise-
? ly tho sort of ahoe you want at a v
f most decided saving. S)
1 Men's Bluchers or lace tiger
5 calf shoes, neat styles, firm sewed K
J soles a splendid 52,50 Cine Z
2 valuo tpl.yu S
v Tho Marvcl a Goodyear welt, S
i hand-sewed process shoe, tho S
Crown, a standard 53.00 shoo
and hundreds of poira of our spc- fA
. clal ?3,00 ohoes In neat stylos, &
i bluchers, lace or oongrcss, In ti
i kangaroo, kid, vello calf, vlcl is
i kid In dreso or every day sorts, s
As a special leader, J2 '
S Our 52.85 specials have always
5 oreated a furoro among men be- $
5 cause wo give most cxtraordln- '&
i ary value; a pick up we made &
means a 53.50 valuo; the Harvard l!
a wonder and hundrods of brok- S
5 en sized pairs, up to 55 C?9 or ;2
values pAr.OO ;
"Work shoes for men. 'Wo'vo !
tho sort that bring you back 9
i again; the Bort wo sell always S
wear. Here's a samplo value. V?
Men'B heavy stoirle shoos, wldo ti
too chape; come with outsldo fi
I counter or regular style; also ?5
f heaw laco shoo with square toe,
valuo excellent at 52.50, PI nr H
on sale at )1."iJ ii
Mon's canvas shoe3 first men- i
i tlon a lot we bought at a Bnap i
i and we aro going to glvo you tho A
v advantage. Extra good canvass, t
I good eolos, well mado, a shoo M
i you'll be paying 52.00 for later In $
f tho 8caoon at moat Cj I A c
t placoB, on ealo at..., Pi0 j
l Yoars Shoely,
1 SHOE PEOPLE, I
y , wo. 106 South Main Stroot. - g
Should not bo experimented on. rfe
Only experienced oyo BpeclaJlata p
ta are competent to teut your eye- fcf
Hfc sight Our examinations aro- rtt
thoroueh, Bclcntlflc and FRI3B. 5?
!hjt.fyCCnERBOKR ' ROYAL V. DAYIiEi
I Ladies' Attention ! 1
Original and Only Genuine H
French Tansy Wafers 1
For oalo by leadlnc DrugglfltB, $3 9
per box. Accept only tho goodu put
up in yellow wrappers with Crown I
Sold only by F. J. Hill Drug Co., Q
Salt Lako City..
BULLETIN NO. 6. M iil
FOR WOMEN. -
House slippers for womcnJ-Wo Sf " M' llwl
arc figuring on a great business 7k IIIIIIIRH
on these goods; have bought in ti-, llllllllir
quantity lots to get prices down, K?- Ifflllf llliiH
and to cap tho climax offer them M) 1 1 li BH
at the special prices. No excuso w SB llvH
not being comfortablyo now. J" lllLl il
These aro a boon to tired feet N da tlcli'llirH
A wonder of a value Woman's w II 1'
wldo toe comfort slipper, sewed, fi ,
Women's hand sewed turn solo l!f i lH
slippers, soft glove kid, easy to A J II!-H
the foot, neat, roomy too R7r v" 'Ki f l lH
: value 51.25, Bale price Vj WiW,
Tho best slipper made to r Mmw
; street or house, solid comfort toe, H Rwii Ml fl
; good firm sole, nlco soft Dongola (.: all 1,1 H
j uppers; comes in Newort tie, Ox- K" alliiljilll
E ford tlo and clastic side, Juliet Mi 1 I'iH
$1.15 ft i
???i5!Si3SS3' v 111)11
BULLETIN NO, 7. 111 ' !
Street Slippers j I I
For Women. ' f 1119! I
( Women who wait .until tho i iiplll
5 temporaturo goes high to buy low t'j S U 'H
5 shoes usually pay high prices. Ki ft! P' Wfl
I We offer at low temperature low i'llPillllll
i shoes at low prices. The low SI )iliI'lHi
i Bhoe Is the thing and tho placo K mWWmM
I to buy it Is here. f.- ilil '1
I A valuo tliat speaks for Itself ty ilsllliilllil
I Woman's India goat Oxford, bv Illfiiillllrl
i neat style toe with patent tip, It'i ill 11
$150 'ldejWldths' a11 Blzes: value M
j ' The Jacinta lino of women's UV; lllll
; Oxfords are splendid hand sewed SI. M IH
! soles, nico round toe. Some A; M j J 1
styles have patent Insert, others E Ij) 1 Ml U
mado plain; eight neat sorts to 'llll'llllllrl
( chooso from, values to (Jl it HlBi I 'H
$2.00, at $1.4U Infill
Wo mean to make this. Item trB' ! ISii i'llilil
our banner spocial Women's low Kj ''llfn li rl
shoes at 51.05, values to 53.00 U W U 'H
and 53. GO, Includes 17 ewoll new eg? 8l! 9
styles, and the Electra line, mado iSI' llll
j of g6od grado kid skin with neat IfflS ,! l(
stylo Insert or fancy ribbon tie ff i ilCi-' '!lllt fll
E effects. Also patent colt button nil! nil! !
low shoes, patent colt Oxfords; n7 iwl l Ulfl
southern ties and 9 strap san- " ' ifl fli'l
dal3, 53.50 value; theso and ''illHIHIH
many other sorts all go ' illllll
Here's an item for thoso seek- lit tll'iljll
Ing unusual valuo in swellest - j,3. ' St liillll
t Borts of low Bhoes, new style tan K- i jCy ' r H
and patent colt, low shoes in Olb- '. ! ij! )
son tics, button low shoes and u j '3i J H
laco styles, values and styles not Wt iIm' lll
approachod In the city (7 iC ' wi l; IH
ohort of 53.50, on sale atv'O feV 'iffil illPH
A otrap sandal item of especial 'Iwll tj III '1
j import is this The Rona neat JK'
styles, cross strap, 2 strap, Sffijil llnl
! three bar. bow and plain sandal bfc isPik II ''1
effects; also tho Arm Chair and f( 'ItVlMuM
! Common Senso strap sandal, nice 11 mrl
for dancing, houso or street wear, fey? if jf 11
I value extra good at (?1 T J 1iH
$1.50, on sale at ipl.IO Ami IjNH
I BULLETIN NO. 8. tjgj 1
! SHOES FOR I Mm
WOMEN. ' I' ill
Swell, Btylish or service sorta, SjL ! 1 , 'i, fljll
the values wo quoto In thoso tig ' iKli flll
Bhoes for women aro very un- ifMi'iil lili.l
usual because every line Is new Kv Wfl I ,n
and complete, and because at or- 1 " :w h m I)
lglnal prices they were close. Now sa. u I
then, think those prices over and IKu linl-l
anticipate your shoo needs of tn HMjllill
now and future, at these splendid 8 i
' savlngs- ' f ' 11 H
We offer as a special leader a w BLi k!
woman's India goatvshoe with !f: Jilll'l
patent tip, nice round toe shape, L& 9 M jtl
iz:..: si.oo lill
Our New Era 52.00 Bhoe for II 1i 'nl
women at 51. -15 is a great valuo; tv fl , J' lUH
comes in low heel sorts for largo H ' '
girlB and regular heel sorts for M ' 'r
ladles. Eight styles, all good trsf 11 111' I '1
ones, a strictly solid shoe in f? Jli
every way. T llllilrirl
Tho Keynoto shoe for women Is ! K'li " ' l
mado of Foercder's genuine vlcl 'i J j i
kid; noat round toe shapo, light t?; 31" Hl
and beaT sole, made to wear ir jj'jw lih
and loolcwell and fills the Wll.
Our special at 51.05 Includes P3 ! !h ill lB
most 52.60 values In comploto 'fllnl
llnea, but for good measure wo ',11 UH
add tho Winchu, a patent colt ti-f '
53,00 value. This Una comes In Vl''ll'l
llexlble or extension soles, wing rlL' I Ml
vamp and many new features, a my jl'H
value extraordinary. ' '
"THE BEST OF THE GOOD ONES.,"B IViU !
TH RE ROWNI
I Baking Powder. j
I prepared in Utah by a firm that Is 1 ir H u
N helping to build up our great com-1 ' illlllllH
m monwealth. !S
Why not uao homo products? SM 'i llllll
HEWLETT BROa, CO. Mi
J. W. CURBXE, J J ! V J
I AS9AYBR, I I llllljjH
I 79 W. 3rd South, Salt Lnko City. j iff