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llgyMHtTrRDAT MOB2fI2fG, JULY 23, 1904. --- - - "- ; IHE SALT JuM53 TOTBUNE: ...... 3 H
1 irlpY GAINS
S3 M Oot lis ffew
C letey System.
:ho Cs i t
jjSt! lonaire Sidetracked by
? p'riman Seems tq Have
Ut I Big Deal in Sight.
?" iS he Frisco and Midland, Which
? ita Te Cast Adrift, New Hw-
Sj' ' lc7 System Is Booming.
the cat, k
t ft W- YORK. July 22.-Edwln Haw
he id his frlf nds have, says the Hcr
iarrrf jqcrt put in control of the Dcs
& & Fort Dodge railroad, which
Minim, friy as dominated by n croup of
" ; ey-Stow syndicate. Representatives
To 1'ls syndicate, who owned the road
to the failure of Edwin S. Hooley
irand W. L. Stow & Co., and who
' . ,vj ired it again after Messrs. Hooley
-Coll ow Ind settled with their creditors,
ocafjj ined and the following new direct
or J;a vere elected: Edwin S. Hawley, F.
Ibin'n; Davis, H. Huntington, George
out'jft ker and L. r. Weir. The new board
ffeljf5, ed the following officers: President,
of. IS In Haw ley; vice-president, I. F.
we -treasurer. F. H. Davis; secretary.
Y an4i t. Crindall Edwin- Hawley aleo is
3lvt dent 0f tne Minneapolis' & St. Louis
evid riowa Central railroads.
' on the termination of the lease of
Butlel Dcs Moines & Fort Dodge to the
umre, island it is expected that the road
be operated in connection with the
1E,tf ai Icy system.
who i c Minneapolis & St. Louis and the
of-Ki ii'Cenfral total less thai 1000 miles
A.Grl are what was formerly the Albert
4 route of the Rock Island. But Haw
urr.M ik-cured the roads some live years
fajlfci fand has now gotten another link.
rhej$ importance cannot be underestl
kei'n ed. Hawley Is trying to get into
0 tha, KansaB City and St. Louis, and
s, going to accomplish that end. It
V 'Significant that three of tho directors
r. wfold Southern Pacific men. Crocker.
vvAitlngton and Hawley. The line starts
A.jfn Minneapolis and St. Paul and has
"Vv'mTmiklng of a fine system, one that
VsB enter largely into transcontinental
fic. As Hawley Is also interested in
. '., feral other big roads, his success is
T7k far in the future,
vfy &ilLb remembered that the Santa
''ditched" Yoakum and his- Midland.
Yoakum has the Frisco as an In
1 part of one of the world's great
ys'.ems. and the Santa Fe would"
double the price to get back ,the
ind , Possibly Hawley is studying
amou? Yoakum "horse laugh"
'rjljh war a feature of railroad new& a
.Jfl frears a- At any rate, he is going
H iccdmplish something mighty big.
1H J EXTEND TO OGDEN.
fS ite Announcement on Plans for
vjj Lagoon Lino Improvements.
'-j EJvc me two years," said President
irj iberger of the Salt Lake & Ogden
A :brdav, "and I will have the finest
trie line between .thlscity and Og
fthat can be found 'anywhere else
M ihe West"
"'M b remembered that some
nt'tM !f aB r. Bamberger made a slm
4Prediction about the resort, La-
1 ! whn "e s"ld t0 Tho Tribune that
- a 1 water and a few years he would
B. one of the b;st resorts in the
'am 'C' and 11 15 Quickly coming true.
Ofljffi e was yesterday asked if his line
lipnP' ?aT1 connection with the new- ek-c-38
10 an1 he rc'P,Ied that he was go
.to go It alone as had been his early
i'ija mtion. To that end he would make
iV'-arJ1"1' an elprlric system and eaulo it
?larPp and modern electric cars, "the
jj yhat could be procured.
2g r. Bamberger's announcement will
inni& f1 vlth lntei'cst. for although the
VI v hns 1)een undei" fllscussion for a
,a fftime, up to this time it has not
'a ll officially spoken "of by the' presl-
"tUj fHEINTZ MAKES CHANGE.
e From North Shore to Los An
Iar J geles Electric Roads.
:M W Hclntz, well known here
jl the chief clerk and afterward the
-p eral passenger agent of the KIo
Rde Western, has resigned from the
VL passjnBpr agency of the North
m re road In Marin county. California
.'3 CCePted a position with H. K.
v3 TiBtons system of electric roads
AfS iSlrW" Helntz will receive
:0111ff Erotulfttions . n-om - many local
fk "The Gfters. I
i nli;was marly last week of Fran- I
n Lynde p new book. "The Grafterc."
Si;refof Colorado lines with
iU yj,? !) ,llurfno. Populism, in Den
Lll l?ith,w?Mverehip troubles of the
, K'c.Msi Positively cured by
tfflHTFJ?Q these Little Pills.
' Wmc 5 They also rcUevo Dla
BE I7"p5 P lress tT07n dyspepsia, I11
U p m utecsUon ad Too Hoarty
' !Vk E0"11?. A perfect rem-
fl PBBD 4 ftlj'tor Dizziness, Nausea,
IVx H'' lrow5lnca3, Bad Taste
)'Hbn 'a tho Mouth, Coated
.HSSSti Tongue, Pain In tho Sldo,
lilfivER cGnUlne Must Bear
lfBiPILLs. rac-Simile Signature
NO RAISE 'IN THE
Surveyor Karl A. Scheid Tells
of Iteason for His
"So far as I know) no increase of
the -insurance rates In. Salt Lake City
i3 contemplated." said Surveyor Karl
A. Scheid of the board of fire under
writers of the Pacific yesterday, fol
lowing a visit to the local office of Al
fred Stillnian, secretary of the board's
executive committee. Mr. Stlllman had
been on a trip to Montana to. look up
certain insurance matters, and the re
port had gone out that one of the ob
jects of his trip waf to rearrange the
schedule of rates now in force in this
city. Mr. Stlllman arrived in the city
from Montana Thursday evening and
left yesterday morning for San Fran
cisco, and after hla departure Surveyor
Scheid said that the high official had
merely, stopped here on a casual vis-it,
and that the subject of local rates was
not even under consideration.
"While I cannot speakfor the board,"
cald -Mr. Scheid. "there is no apparent
reason for advancing the Salt Lake City
rates. The city is In better shape in
the matter of fire protection and pre
cautions against fire than it has .been
for some time past, and If there has
been any contemplation of a change it
has not been communicated to this office."
-I- COUHT CALENDAR.
Cases Sot for Today.
a- DISTRICT COURT. -
4- Division No. 1. Judgo Hall. -f--f
Division No. 2. Judge Stewart.
-f Division No. 2 Judgo. Morse. -f
No setting. , r ,
Division No. 3 JudgoLcwls, '
No court. . v . tl .
-- Civil Division. Judge Tanner.
4- No court. 4-
- 44 4-4-4-4-4-4-
The following were admitted to citizen
ship In the United States by Judge Morse
In the District court yesterdav: Charles
Bollschweilcr. a native of Switzerland;
William Walker of Scotland, and August
J. Tadje. Germany.
Suit to foreclose a lien for 51094.23 was
filed In the District court yesterday by the
Sierra Nevada Lumber company" against
E. T. Rice and the Elcln Dairy company.
The above amount Is alleged to be duo for
lumber and building material furnished
by the plaintiff to the defendants.
In tho cae of F. T. Tllton vs. the Ster
ling Coal and Coke company, appellant;
the decision of the- trial court Is affirmed
and reversed In nart by an opinion hand
ed down In the Supreme ccurt ye9terdav.
The plaintiff commenced the action to sp
cur? S00 damages for alleged breach of a
contract In which the defendant afned to
lease the waters running from Its coal
mine at Morrison, Sanpete countv. to the
plaintiff for ?175 a year. The contract was
for five years from October 1. ISPS, and
included an option to purchase the water
at the expiration of the lease for $3000.
The plaintiff sought to have the defendant
enjoined to carry out this part of the
agreement. The trial court found the is
sues in favor of the plaintiff and the de
fendant took the case on appeal. The
opinion of the Supreme court, written bv
Chief Justice Baskin. affirms the Juds".
ment of the lower court in awarding tho
plaintiff damages for breach 'of the con
tract, but holds that the defendant could
not be enjoined to sell the water to .the
plalntlfi for the reason that two-second
feet of the flow from the tunnel belonged
to the Gunnison and Sterlln Irrigation
companies. Tho opinion Is concurred In
by the associate Justices.
Herbert K. Bushnell. Butte. Mont S5
Helen Consldlne. Clinton. Iu ..31
Govcr. girl to J. F. and Ema. 22S North
Second West, Julv 16.
Calllster, boy to Mr. and Mrs, E. H
corner G and Seventh streets. Julv 21 '
Brown, boy to R. A. and Fannie. 73 Oak
street, July 21.
Gatehouse, bov to C. E. and Elizabeth.
623 West Third North. Julv 20'.
Walters, girl' to E. C. and Edith, 553
West Firt North. July 15.
Brown, infant of R. A.. 73 Oak street.
July 21. ,
the way he has worked out the storv
shows that ns an author Mr. Lynde is
even better than a traveling passen
ger agent. It is rather queer, however,
that he names hia rood the Western Pa
cific, thinking no doubt to make It Im
personal. Gould v ir thinly disguised
under the name "Plantagould system,"
and there are many references which
can easily be tracedto the real corpora
tions or persons'. Frank Lynde used -tcv
come to Salt Lake often in the daye
when Hoyt Sherman war general agent
here for the Union Pacific, and his first
book was read with Interest. Since then
he hao been devoting all of his time to
fiction and has done exceedincly well.
His home is or. Lookout mountain, Tennessee.
Big Railway Purchase. 1
SAN FRANCISCO. July 22. Forty
blocks In this city, owned by the Pro
trero Land and Water Front company,
arc about to be sold, and it Is stated,
on good authority, that the purchaser
will be the Western Pacific Railway
company. It Is also rumored, however,
that the new owners of the property,
which Includes some of the most val
uable water fronts lr. San Francisco,
will be the Southern Pacific company.
None of the parties Interested will talk.
Book on Utah.
The LTnlon Pacific passenger depart
ment has Issued its eleventh edition of
"Utah," the facta having been brought
up to the present date. It is for free
distribution r.nd any local people who
may wish to send a copy to far-awav-friends
can get them by applying to
the officc-P of the. Short Line- or to anv
agent of that road. The book was orig
inally Issued ten years ago. but new
statistics have been included in the
Secretary L. W. Pitcher 6"f the Salt
Lake & Suburban is at the ' Knuts
ford. He is here to take up matters In
relation to the commencement of ac
tive work, and other Chicago officials
of the line are expected here any time.
"W. J. Tollerlon of the Short Lino is
In the city from Pocatello.
Happy Ed Fisher is down from I'o
ratollo. Tho Tonopah road will bring a large
quantity of ore to the Salt Lake smelters.
LAIS 1 CELLAR
Smasks Glass, irat Is
Big Crowd Gathers and Of
fers All Sorts of Ad-vics.
i-' ' -
.Takes Combined Efforts of Police
Force and Axel Steele to Ex
It required the combined efforts of
the police force and Deputy Sheriff Axel
Steele to extract a horse from the cel
lar under Walker Bros-.' bank yester
day afternoon. The west rifle of Main
street wao blockaded for an hour, tele
graph poles swarmed with men and
boys; the bank was compelled to close
Its east doors; prominent business and
professional men came from their of
fices and mingled with the ?rowd; a
photographer climbed twenty feet on
an electric light pole and snapped his
camera; the police, were swept aside by
the mob. which paid no attention to
anything but the Indian warwhoops of
Horse Watches Quietly.
In the mid9l of all this excitement the
ojd gray horse stood calmly at the foot
of the stone steps leading to the base
ment, watching with philosophic mein
the extensive preparations.
"I got down here," lie seemed to say,
"and it is up to you to get me ouL"
The horse had been hitched to a de
livery wagon belonging to the Huddart
Floral company. It took fright at a
piece of .wind-blown paper while the
driver was out of the rig and ran west
on Second South street. In front of
the Wilson hotel it struck a wagon. This
only added to its excitement and in
creased its srpeed. When it struck Main
stre.et It swerved to the north and was
making straight for Hogle's barroom
when the front wheels of the wagon
struck the curbing. The palms and
other potted plants fiew through the
air and were scattered on the sidewalk,
the front wheels collapsed and the
spokes-rlcoc'netted In eery direction.
Falls Down. Stairway.
The sudden stoppage ,of the wagon
brought the horse to his knees. There
was a rending of harness, and the ani
mal, loosened from the rig,, slid across
the smooth pavement sto the stairway.
G. H. Knowiden, a real estate man, saw
the horse coming and sought safety by
running down the steps. As he de
scended he heard the body of the equine
rolling down behind. him.
Suddenly there was a crash of glass
which wa heard for a block in each di
rection. The horse had fallen into the
big glass showcase in the middle of the
stairway, used by Qoddard & Bowman
to display , their real estate bargains.
Fragments of the glass rattled around
Mr. Knowlden's cars as a running jump
landed him safely In the office at the
bottom of the stairs.
Smashes the Glass.
The horse lay for a few seconds on
his back among the ruins of the show
case and then begaxi to kick. His ex
traordinary exertions precipitated him
clear to the basement floor. In striving
to right himself he kicked out the gla9?
door leading Into the office of Cramer
& Sons, florists. Having inflicted tills
damage on his competitors?, he got up
and waited to see what they were going
to do about it.
A crowd collected almost instanta
neously around the top of the stair
way. First they tried to lead him up
the steps. He did not like the looks of
the crowd above and refused to budge.
Then some one, brought a. rope and an
'attempt was made to drac the animal
up the steps. This failed.
So They Offer Suggestions.
"Bring some hay," suggested one of
"Twist his tall "
These and other suggestions were
All the policemen on the afternoon
shift had gathered and they tried to
keep a passageway open through the ,
mob. but it was like the attempt to
sweep back the cea with a broom. As
the various devices failed excitement
grew more intens. Small boys risked
their lives and limbs in climbing to
points of vantage where thej could wit
ness the proceedings. Grave lawyers
and dignified politicians dropped their
work and 'crowded to the front.
Axel Steele'G Resources.
"I will get that horse out in two min
utes," said Axel Steele. He was gone
for ten minutes and came back with
two wide planks. As he gave the battle
cry of the Viking league the crowd
gave way before him and the planko
were laid in position. Steele lnvitc-d the
horse to walk up and the horse did not
do it. Steele used argument. In con
vincing language he demonstrated that
there were no oats nor hay In the base
ment. When his blandishments failed
10 accomplish the results Steele said:
"I know what's the matter. He
thinks this Is a Democratic platform.
Get more planks and make It look substantial-"
Two more planks were added to the
gangway, but the animal was still shy.
Finally a rope was fastened around his
body and he wa3 thrown down. The
other end was attached to the rear end
of an express wagon and seized by the
police. The double pull brought the
horse up tho planks and dragged him
Into the street. At that the crowd gave
a hearty cheer and dispersed.
Horse Not Badly Hurt.
The horse, strange to say. had no se
rious Injuries, although cut In several
places by the broken glass. He received
the plaudits of the multitude with be
coming dignity and walked away with
evident consciousness of the fact that
he had risen, or rather descended, from
obscurity to fame In one short hour.
Aside from the damage to the wagon
and contents, there was no loea ex
cepting broken glas3. . The . showcace
which was destroyed cost about 350 and
the glas.i door woo worth perhaps $15
LIFE HAS WORTH NOW
HAPPY ENDING OF EIGHT YEARS
OF WEAKNESS AND DE
SPONDENCY. Mrs. Miller Tells How She Succeeded
lu Recovering Lost Interest In
Life; Others May Profit
"For eight' years," says Mrs. Mollle
E. Miller of Wilmington, O., "I nuf
fered from dizziness and palpitation of
the heart, and after the bhnh of my lit
tle girl five years ago I remained very
weak. I was nervous, down-hearted
and could not sleep. Every month I
lost a full week In prostration that left
me scarcely strength enough to drag
myself around the house. Whenever
that time approached it always filled
me with dread. It often seemed to me
that I would rather die than live.
"One dajr last spring a friend of mine
strongly recommended Dr. Williams
Pink Pills for Pale People, and I was
induced to give them a trial for my
troubles. Before I got through the first
box I experienced great relief. For the
first time In all these years I felt that I
was gaining a little strength. I con
tinued to use them with hopefulness,
and by the time I had taken four boxes
I did hot feel like the same woman
The weakness, the melancholy, the rest
lessness from which I suffered so long
have disappeared and life is entirely
different I am glad that I took them
myself and I heartily recommend them
to others for what they have done for
Dr. Williams' Pjnk Pills are what
hundreds of women need to change a
wretched into a happy existence, to en
able them to get rid of small worries
altogether, to bear heavy burdens
easily and to find daily enjoyment in
life. Anaemia, Irregularities, nervous
debility and prostration yield promptly
to the invigorating influence of these
marvelous pills. They not only cure all
forms of female weakness, but they
supply si fresh store of itallty to tho
blood and the heres and create condi
tions that Insure lasting good health.
They are sold by all druggists.
I A Throbhi og Hive j
I of Activity 1
Bis tho gTeat steel, mining and fg
mercantile center of the Rocky jfl
mountain region ' re
j PUEBLO- I
and tho newspaper you must If
read to get the nowc of this
it busy center, or, in fact, the
. j, -whole Stato of Colorado, Is tho i
1 Centennial State's great nrrws-
2 papor j,
t Established 1863. $
3j 65 cents a month by mail. ' 9
3 On all Colorado trains. K
Extracted at tho Boston Dental Par- t
lors, 126 Main et.. without an atom of f
pain or unpleasant effect. r
A. C- RAINET. f
We aro tho largest dental concern In &
the State, and OUR RULE IS PER- 5
FECT WORK AT POPULAR &
SGood set of teeth. 35. H
Gold crown. 22-k.. $5. H
Bridge work. So. 'A
Gold fillings. 51 to V. H
Best alloy fillings. IL
I. All other fillings. 50'ccnt3. A
Painless extraction. 50 cents. a
We guaranteo -and keep our work in a
Lady attendant. Houru, S to 7; Sun-
day, 10 to 2. 3
Boston Dental Parlors, j
i6 Main Street. -j
k An Ideal Instrument for tho j;
n Summer Home. r
Metrostyle Model, S300.
3 Purchasable on moderate monthly f)
'5 payments. ,
Carstensen & Anson Co.
m (Incorporated.) y
If Temple of Music
1 ..74 MAIN STREET..
Successors to Daynes Music Co. j
New and elcpant in all its appointments.
250 rooms, single or cn suite. 61 rooms with
txvth. G. S. Holmes. Proprietor.
j This Greatest Shirt Waist Bargain This Season. 0 ftfTf ' I
ANOTHER GREAT LOT OF LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS BOUGHT BY OUR EASTERN J$ 1
a BUYER AT PRICES BELOW MANUFACTURER'S COST. BEAUTIFUL WHITE ANDK 1$ 7 v
a BLACK WAISTS THAT WOULD FIND READY SALE AT $1.50 AND 1 75, ALL DAY SAT-VQwP7 l
3 UBDAY . 5 .
3 A'aMAAi&AA.niaAlAiiM 4ijaAi&jLai.LA.njju.AjruAi.njjiiAfni. '
I From the
Ready - Made department.
jj Garments ready to put on for holiday and outing wear to be cleaned
g up at ridiculously low prices.
o 25 duck skirts, white ground with black and dark -.
Ej blue spots. While they last Or
20 duck skirts In navy and black grounds with white dots 1 ,.---
3 and strap trimmed. Worth 32.00 , 4?8.
ft 40 walking skirts, .stylishly made from all-wool mixtures, suitable for
jj mid-summer wear. Regular price S4. 00. Saturday's fir
fj price DuS.O
3 One lot brilllantlne walking skirts shown In black and navy with the
3 new kilted effects, bought to sell from J5. 00. Saturday (C
t only .4)3.2
Ladles' wash dressing sacques in percales, lawns, dimities, and cre-
pons. Worth up to 31.25. Saturday r-r
j? all day 59r
i One lot of children's wash dresses In the popular French and sailor ef
S fects. made of pretty light ginghams. Sold up to 32.00. ciRrf
jj Saturday's price yr
! ' UNDERPRICEB.
i Ladies' white muslin corset covers, full French shape, round neck
X trimmed with lace, yoke beading and ribbon or hem- 5k(T
S stitching, worth 35c Saturday -fiOjfr
K Ladles' white cambric or nainsook corset covers, round lace yoke or
5 three rows of Val. Insertion beading and ribbon, worth
75c. Saturday 49 Y
;f Ladles' white cambric drawers, wide umbrella shape, lawn
flounce, trimmed with fine tucks and hemstitching, worth
: 50c. Saturday OOT
Ladies' white cambric drawers trimmed with Torchon lace insertion
3 and wide lace edge, worth a nrf
S 75c. Saturday i 4yr
S Ladies' white muslin skirt, wide umbrella flounce trimmed with two '
f rows of Val. insertion and lace ruffle, worth $1.50. C, n
I Saturday " : 4Ji.U
1 Ladies' white cambric skirt, wide umbrella, shape, deep flounce, trimmed
with hemstitched tucks and embroidery ruffle or two rows of lace
i Insertion, fine tucks and lace edge, worth 33.00. fiQ
11 ! TrMMiuniiHi m ii ij'iHrriv-aT-B-gm. jh ty.-ni 11 t
! M . j DON'T'
M n , j GET HOT!
I S j TAKE IT
j ! 1 Store j I cool -
i Thf Salp We have underwear so thin that it's cooler to -wear
1 " 3dlL ft than to be without. It is selling at greatly reduced
i k On prices, so DON'T SWELTER, FOR HERE'S RELIEF.
I 13 vyu S12, S15, S18and $20 suits are selling at... (,n gA
I SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. VoW
i ONE PRICB CLOTHIERS. 45-47 MAIN ST.
1 SAY! I
P Another good feature p
m of THREE CROWN
BAKING POWDER is !
Kg that people like it. It ,
P5 helps the baking and Pgj ,
g(rf never disappoints. Many bi
Kft cf the best cooks say it SJ
fog is the BEST OF THE fgij,,
Eft GOOD ONES! What do 1
&H you say? W
pi Made In Salt Lake by
Hewlett Bros. Co. p J
Unequalled in Purfity
OBWEGO SILVER GL003 j
i OSWEGO CORN STARCH. g
Carpenter & Jobber
II F. WILLIAMS. 1C0 E. 2nd South.
'Phono 1C63-Z. Job and screen work to or
der. Auythlrs In wood work.
Mothers, if your child is rest- i
fop less at night, if It moans In Its wl
it picks Its nose. If Its breath i3 tj
3k sleep. If it gnashes Ito teeth, if ga
bad, if It is loslnj flesh.
If It has any of these symp- (Sj
toms, give it a dose or two of
g5h MALE FERN VERMIFUGE (J&
And we promise that you will
HOT be delighted with results. If
K the child has worms it will get 2j
rid of overy one quickly and vStf
n easily If not. it can do no harm. M
W After giving our Malo Fern
(aft Vermifuge a trial you may feel &vfl
52 CERTAIN that your child ha3
BjM no worms. Price 35c. Qiiy
Druehl & FranKen,
3 Southeast corner Main and v3
(jgfc Third South street, Salt g&
f Lake City. W
Sgfi PARKER'S P
HAIR BALSAM i
K2r'S?5TO40i'B CItftDut (icil txaatlOcx Jho hilx. I
VioSfjS''KSS l'fnmotei & loitulict orrth. I
fSsitlC'rfi 1 -JUS Novor rail.! to nwtorc Gray
rSBWXKvVaHH nnlr to Its Touthful Color. I
FtS$yti3 Curci cilp (JlreaKi ft bafr Tutting. I
J. W. CURRIE.
ASS AY SR.
I n TV. Srd South. Sa'lt LaVn City. t
50O Yards f I ,1
Zephyr GissghamJ I
There Is nothing more practical for ' &'
warm weather than a pretty zephyr B
gingham and nothing more desirable '.& IH
as a genuine bargain. Plain and cord- ft
ed effects that brought 12c and 15e, IH
Saturday's price, PER ,7 K iH
YARD IOy p
300 Yards of 1 I
Tub .Saitissgs. i
Join Saturday's specials at noiproflt for M
us. This material Is very desirable H IH
for canyon and outing suits and sold rfl
all this season for 2Ec per yard. Sat- M
urday's price, PER
5 Pieces. Bkfflchd I
Table Bamsk. I
On sale at one-third less than regular
cost. They are all 66 inches wide R iH
and every thread pure linen. Five k IH
beautiful patterns to choose from.
Brings regularly 95c per yard. Sat- p. jH
i This Item Merits H
Ladles' fancy lace hose, admired by- ; IH
t all and essential to correct dressT
,v this season, below cost. Drop ft.
-y stitch, all lace and lace hoot cf-j-
fects with high spliced -t f - p.
T heel and toe. Sold reg- fi 'ii?"" lH
X luarly for 35c, at ri t
LirinniTrn-f-...-niiff1i-;,i r.i .- -..T.....-r tis. i .i
'i " ' I
It ' v
jl You hove alwayi meant to . h"j
j buy q STEINWAY Piano- i
that is your ideal. You don't -
I know how the idea came to you
that Stelnways are the bejt-
; We can tell you. .' It is i IH
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about tho room without coming apart. H jfll
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H. R. OERGE 8t 60, '
Aro tho Utah Agents. Seo their window. Il
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