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j 2 The SaotEajcb Tkebuhb.' Tuesday' MoiwmG, Jttlt 5, 1904. W.
IProvo Preacher Heady
Bl Hopes to Organize Class
ifor Bible Study This
Will Offer 100 Prizo for Essay on
2Tow Testament Plan, of
I J Special to Tho Tribune, x
fiTVROVO. Uluh. July 4. The itov.
BJ5 Thomas Henry Scruggs, pautor of
j $1 tho First BnpUst church oC Provo,
1 Is developing his "National Infldcl
I CorrcspondencoBtbllcnl Institute," and
has prepared a circulnr explaining tho
I origin and object o tho same. Mr.
"Tho oHkI.t camo from a personal con
viction that partial realization of tho need
j In Infldcl life. I advertised that on and
after Juno 19 I would, on conditions, glvo
Infidels ono dollar an hour to sit in my
church services Sunday evening, and a
fow days after tho correspondent of Tho
Salt Lako Tribuno Interviewed me, and
tho intervlow was published In Tho Trib
une and several of tho leading papers of
the United States took tho matter up and
persons In "many parts of tho United
States wrote mo and asked mo more about
some of my positions and wanted to know
If 1 expected to follow up tho new lino of
"I have decided to continue my efforts
In behalf of the Infidels In the United
1 States and In tho world. Tho plans nro
not perfect yet, but some of tho following
will bo used and others will develop from
time to time. The work will be conducted
only In tho winter season when Infidels
havo time to study the Bible. Twelve or
fifteen lessons will bo given for a term
and one may take more if tho work Is
pleasing. Thrco kinds of persons may
become actlvo members, viz.: Atheist, In
fidel and skeptic.
"All applications for membership will
have to bo examined, and will bo booked
In one of the three departments. 1 will
take each person through his department
Just like I would If ho were the only stu
dent. "When a person accepts and Is ac
cepted he must say how many lessons ho
will lake and nothing but death Is to
change that decision nnd promlso until
those lessons are mastered and the per
son passes an examination. The exami
nation will be from memory only because
1 will give but ono lesson at a tlmo and
the text of that lescon will have to bo
returned before I will send nnothor les
"son and another toxt. All questions and
all answers will be written and all such
matter will be preserved for futuro use.
- "Tho results of tho first year's work
will be published In our annual cataloguo
and the cataloguo will cbe sold to 8how tho
world what wo have done. At tho closo
of tho tc-m all rtudonts In each depart
ment will be required to write an essay
on the subject: 'The Teachings of the
New Testament on tho Plan of Salva
tion.' Tho writer of the best essay on
the subject will receive a reward of ono
hundred dollars lrr gold given by Thomas
Henry Scrugg3 the founder and manager
of the work.
"The first year we will let the president
of Chicago university decide who Is to
receive he hundred dollars. The work Is
to be conducted for five years and tho
same subject Is to be written on each
"Tho school will begin tho coming fall
and an Introductory booklet will be pre
pared for those who are Interested. I am
now ready to corrcsopnd with all who are
' ll'Ing to enter the contest. Both gentle
it n nnd ladles may study In the school
ind compete for the $100 prize."
j HAPPENINGS ABROAD, f
HELS1NGFORS, Finland, July 4. The
committee which Is Investigating the as
sassination of Gen, Bobrlekoff. Governor
General of Finland, will probably require
a month to completo lt3 work. Twenty
arrests have already beon made.
ST. PETERSBURG. July -l.-The ru
mors that Grand Duke Borl3 Is to be ex
iled to Archangel as the result of an alter
cation with Gen. Kuropatkln, are untrue, ,
hut It Is understood that hrf has been
transformed to Harbin on account of an
unpleasantness with a Colonel at Llao
ST. PETERSBURG. July 4. Tho sub
mnclne boat Protector Is-reported on ex
cellent nuthorlty to bo at Cronstadt. She
loft New York on the Norwegian steamer
Fortune for Cork, June 6.
BERLIN, July 4. Das' Klefno Journal,
i which Is usually well Informed regarding
I court matters, oays Baron von MIrbach,
; court marshal to the Empress, Is about
to rcslsn. owing to 111 health, duo to worrv
over the attacks mado upon him by tho
LONDON. July 4. In tho Houso of Com
mons today Early Percy, the Under For
eign Secretary, announced that the British
gunboat Elplegle has been ordered to re
turn to Newchwang and watch over the
Interests of British subjects.
LONDON, July 4. H. M. S. Vonerablo
hna Just created a world's record In prize
firing off Malta. Ono of tho Vcncrable's
twelve-Inch Barbette guns fired nlno
rounds In thrco minutes and scored nlno
ST. PETERSBURG. July 4. At the Gcr
innn embassy here a statement mado bv
the London TIme9 correspondent at Tokl'o
that Germany had agreed to allow the
Port Arthur squadron to seek refugo at
Kal Chou (the German port on the Shan
Tun peninsula) was) absolutely denied. No
mich question h:in been raised. Germany
Is observing neutrality.
ST. PETERSBURG. July 4. The Novoo
rernya, referring to Count Tolttol's arti
cle on the Russo-Japanese war, rccentlv
published In the London Times, pays Tof
."lol "might as well denounce a hurricane
I as the war, which, unlike tho hurricanes
ivhlch devastated Moacow, Is a purifying
phenomenon, which Is going to stimulate
tho energies of the Russian people."
Got a bad back?
Tired all tho time, no vest at night
ui-Jnary weakness, dizzy fcpells? ' ' '
Doan'u Kidney Pills will cure you 'n
B Mast People
H CVher: thoy travel, go ono route, re-
H turning another. In order to ace all
H the country. You can do this on your
H Eastern tris hy asking for your tlck-
H els at least nna way Colorado Midland,
j Coa3 no more. Through atandard and
H tnurlct sleepers.
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I fl watce for and waited for the questions you've been asking us for weeks, all answered. Summer wash W)
dress fabrics of all kinds are marked to the lowest price notch the season will know. The household linens go
at splendid underprices usual to this Great July Clearance Time. You know how choice are these stocks of the jf
WMktr Store. Following is the price story: . ;. fj
I - FOR EASY CHOOSING DIVISIONS IMTO TABLES LIKE THIS:- it
I Table No. 1 .
Rasamel Sateens, Fancies of various kinds. While they last
I 12 t-2c Goods. Cleanup Price-2c a Yard.
Table No. 2.
6 Almost 1000 yardn of Fancy corded batistes. 30 Inches wide, choice
patterns and colorings1
I 20c Goods. Cleanup Price-4c a Yard.
Table No. 3.
Amorlto. Batistes, Dlrago Novelties, Karnaclc Jacquard fancies. All
beautiful wash fabrics. Quite 3000 yards.
Up to 25c Goods. Cleanup Price 9c a Yard.
I Table No. 4.
Some 5000 yards of about 10 different lines of wash fabrics In light,
medium and heavy weaves real Organdies, Imported Crenadlnes, Llb-
0 erty Silks, Madras, Swisses, Voiles, Knickers and shirt waist suitings.
1 Up to 60c Goods. Cleanup Price 19c a Yard,
Table No. 5.
Another choice 5000 yard lot. Finest of cotton and linen noveltleB.
Sheer weaves nnd heavy. Embroidered voiles. Panamas, Twines, Crepe
q silk Raye, Fancy Dacatuus, Everett Classics, Violet Sextette and many
others. Favorite wash fabrics, all
! 65c, 75c, $1, $1.50, $1.65 Goods-33c a Yard.
Table No. 6.
x Entire stock of Imported Gauzes, French Organdies, French Printed
Tulles, etc. Airiest und most charming of 1001 wash fabrics
75c, $1, $1.25 floods. Cleannp Price59c a Yard.
Table No. 7. ' , .,
White Goods of every kind the season's newest styles and ' ideas.
Sheer weaves and heavy. Close to 3000 yards of most excellent A'aluc's
Up to 75c Goods, Cleanup Price29c a Yard.
FSmSo - .
All 60c kfmona crepes 38c a yard.
All 35c dress crepes J8c a yard.
- All 50c imported madras 23c a yard.
All wash goods remnants one-third price. Two
thirds off regular.
All white goods at romarkable' mark down prices.
500 yards of 25c quality white duck--12c a yard.
2,000 yards of 36-inch "Carmo" fine cambric.
Should be J5c. Cleanup price--8c a yard.
2,000 yards 36 and 40-inch India Linons, 20c and 25:
1 POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGES, NO APPROVALS, NO' SAMPLES CUT. f J
1 Mf A Brand New Lot f ;
f Linen Shirt-Waist-
I JimL ' '"k Suits and a Choice I
HWt&:' i ' of Any$8.50.
I '; Values to $ 1 5. j
' lnf 'ly 1)1 Smartness In every look and cut of them. Just the h
oMk&'MIH nattiest, tartest phlrt-walat-sults shown this season. A c
m 'n''lviil l0t flfty tlmt mUSt b 8ld qulckly
o Mp-&r (1 Pure white linen suits and white linen suits
J&'Wdl if ' wit uarian embroidery. I
-WWll 1 Natural color linen suits with pretty j
"SWTnir'r 'jEffi'MVs brown or green soutache braids put on in J
S Hili'' rV WlF1 Bmartways. j
yil v yi Pink linen suits with dainty touches of h
mlF:: white braid.
0 iftj fk fl j Green linen suits with white tailor stitch-
1 Jfj Ml 1 ings' s
S3jly? n J v Black linen canvas suits tailor stitched.
l ' $W.75, $12.50, $13.50, $14.50, $15 SUITS. J
A CHOICE OF ANY $8.50.
I Carpet Chance. Reduced Prices With
I Lining, Making, Laying Included, I
The carpet store Is anxious toTteep good workmen busy through the dull season. No other reason In the world
X for such a reduction. The saving: for you will amount to many dollars. Better consider well such an offer Mon- ?
day, Tuesday, Wednesday ' g
All Tapestry-Brussels carpets sold regu- All Middlesex Axminsters reduced from
$ larly at 80c a yard reduced to--65c. -The $1.65 to $1.25. 2
$1.10 to 90c. 3
t f All Wilton velvets, Stimpson or Sanford, f AH UPson & Martin Axminsters reduced
I reduced from $1.35 to-$1.05. from L50 -$1.20.
J All Saxony Axminsters reduced from All Bigelow Axminsters reduced from
$1.35 to-$1.05. $1.95 to--$1.55.
Come for All Yuir House" f
hold Linens Marked-10,
20, 3 and 40 .Per Cmt i f
Off the Regular Prices, h
Here Is th& Llst:
Doylies round, oval, square; fringed and hemstltclved. i
Tea Cloths; drawn work, hemstitched, Tenerlffe work. ' ' 5- i
Art linens. Linen Cambrics Woven by Barlow Jones. ;i
Tray cloths and damask dresser scarfs. 9
Pattern cloths for circular tables.
Table damask by tho yard. Table sets.
Webb dew bleached towels. Linen and Turkish brfETkowels. A 1
John S. Brown Towels and pillow cases embrolatfed and hem-
Jacquarded Huck towels, pillow linens, sheetings. ? f
Imported embroidered and satin bedspreads. i ! '
Colored bedspreads. 't
All These to Choose From. Some 10 Per Cent, f J
Some 20 Per Cent, Some 30 Per Cent, Some. l
Even 40 Per Cent Under Regular Selling J
l The Dress Yon Want, for Summer at a Half Price, I
5 ImcSodes all Organdie, Mull, h$wn9 Net Frocks.
t o ' ;
3 Sale Is continued Into this week. Quito fifty new dresses dropped In on ua last Friday. A belated lot They go '
I right Into the regular stock and sell with the rest at half prices. The daintiest of gowns for summer are they white ? '
mostly, but a few coloro. All are washable. Beauties In all the pretty, new season styles, made of lawns, organdie
y mulls and net, with laces, ribbons, embroideries for trimmings. ' 9
l Regular Prices Begin at $7150 Range to $55 Each9 , ;
Choose Now at Half These Prices.
5 Night Dresses, Petticoats, Drawers- $2.25 and $3.50 Cushion Pillow il
I Price-Cut. - Tops--$l. t :
t- At 11.95 petticoats that were $2.25 to 53.50. A num- O Q ' '
ber of styles; embroidery with tucks, linen lace ef- t cmbroldered pi,low tops-Oriental :
6 fects and dainty Val laces on deep lawn ruffles. $1.95 colorings and very effective. Others are velvet with X i
each Instead of $2.25 to $3.50. flower and figuro designs done in pyrography -vork. x
At $1 nightgowns that were $1.60 to $1.75. Four, no"1 for ?2'25' ?3 a"d ?3'5 eah' Y"r cho,ce Wll
t. styles to choose from. High neck, low neck effects, or 9y
) klmona and chemise stylos prettily trimmed and fin- j 0-KOOOifOfCOO qi
I Ished with tiny ribbons. Instead of regular price $1.50' ?
I to $i.7c each-$i. 60c and 75c Box StatioiiQry38c. $ f
) At G5c drawers reduced from $L, Made of flno cam- 9 ;
I brl wIth flvo-lnch rufflo and blind embroidery, two J Novelty stationery and so very fine quality paper. $ J
t rows of cluster tucks. Instead of $1 eaoh 65o white and tho new tints; the late shape styles. Mon- q
) &Q9Q&ie9&j-S)&Q duy and Poasluly the week to close all out Instead of O '
0 COo and 75o a box 88c.
Clearance of Mei'a Kali, Garments.
Last weok's sale left the lines somewhat broken, but O t .
every size Is hero In something. Summer knit un- BoltiS Qld DreSS Shields. f
) derwear In flno lisle, mercerized cotton, Sea Island $
J ootton, French Balbriggan. This week another price Silk belts In all the new styles and shapes, also the O ; j
j lowering- 4 Plnln stitched kinds, but In a broken assortment of ! ;
Regular $1 garments for G2& c sizes. Were Coc up to $1.25 each, for a clearanoe price, t ,
I Regular $1.60 each garments for 7Gc. choice 39c. '
, Regular 50c each garments for-35c. J Dres3 shields, the "Fair and Square." In sizes 2, 3, ?
I fO-f-r-r--.0. g -I, 5, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Instead of 25c 4
! Clo8ing Out, Remnant, Lots of Sale t 3c aml 350 a palr15c- ? 4
1 Embroideries W0ooooQHr
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If you witnessed the sale of these beautiful em- Summer GIOVSS Reduced. J 1
! broideries which you probably did, If In the store 0 '
at all last week you'll understand how these rem- q Tlle entire collection of women's 75c kinds at 50c, I
i nants came about. Nearly all the kinds of embroider- X T1,e silic-lislcs are In white, black and gray; the silk I
les that vcre then are here In pieces of IVi yards up 1,1 "vvh,te an( olack only. Excellent quality gloves at " n
; to 4' yards. This week to clear all away 75c' Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday 50c a pair. $ f
,.... .m ir m Children's lisle gloves, white, gray and tan, reduced fJ
( CHOICE OF REMNANTS AT 15c TO $L25 EACH. X from 25c to-17c a pair. j
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