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SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER i , 'W
i page tex THE SALT LAKE THB3UXE.
II enjoying part of her summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H, Peaso hnvo re
turned from a summer's visit In Colo
rado and Wyoming.
Mrs. James H. Brown and family arc
home from Brighton, whore they have
occupied their summer homo for sev
Mrs, Addison Cain and daughter
J Carol returned yesterday after spend
1 Ing the summer visiting former school
1 mates and relatives In Illinois, Iowa
Mr. and Mrs. H. Green left last even
ing for SL Loulsvand the East, to be
gone about one month,
Miss Nellie, daughter of Ed L. But
tcrfleld. left for Now York 1FrdlaJ'
morning for two months' visit wun
Mrs. Isaac Davis of Onowa. Iowa, Is
on a visit to this city and atopplim
with her brother, B. B. Qulnn. 71G East
Third South street.
Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Pettlt w'tll re
turn Monday morning from Canndn..
where they have been visiting friends
and relatives for the past month.
Mra. Llssa C Chester of Salt Lake
City. Utah, Is the guest of Rv. and
Mrs. Henry Evans of "West Long a -enuc
and other friends In D""0'9'
savs the Dubois (Pa.) Journal. Mrs.
Chester Is a daughter of the late Hon.
R. J. Nicholson of Brookvlllc, who v, as
one of Jefferson county's foremost lum
bermen and merchants a few years ago
and who represented the county In tne
Legislature for three terms lhla Is
Mrs. Chester's first visit to tho East In
a number of years, and she has not
been In Dubois for eighteen. She has
teen much surprised at the growth of
i he different places she has visited
since she arrived In this ccctlon.
The Misses Nellie Flandro, Ida
Hartwell and May Roblimon left this
I morning for Ogden. where tticy will en
joy a few days' visit with their friends
Miss Ida Flygare has returned from
a month's visit In New York and St.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Shelp returned to
the city yesterday morning after a six
weeks' Visit In New York and other
Mrs. 0. B. Mudsctt and daughter
Edith are visiting in Illinois and St.
Louis. They expect to return to Salt
Lake November 1.
Judge George W. Bartch, accompanied
by his daughters, the Misses OUvo and
Rae. leaves Tuesday for tho East. They
go firDt to SL. Louis, then after visiting
in Chicago, "Washington and New York,
the young ladles enter the Boston Con
servatory of Music
Miss Jean Hunter of Ogden Iv vis-ltlng
with Miss Rowena Korns foe a few days
at her home In Perklns'9 addition,
i , . .
Dr. S. H. PInkerton went to Island',
Park. Ida., yesterday on a week's hunt
ing and fishing trip.
Miss Nason and MIsa McCornlck ac
companied W. H. Bancroft to Island
Park, Ida., yesterday for a weeks' out
Miss Elinor Stewart is home from a
-, two months' visit In southern California.
Ben Harris of this city, who lias been
visiting the World's Fair and other
points in the East, leavc-3 Worcester,
Mass., on September 14 for Ann Arbor
to enter' the University of, Michigan.
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Mas9 and daugh
ter, Mrs. N. A. P.anEOhoff, for a number
of years -.veil known residents of this
city. leave Wednesday morning for New
York to make their home.
William H- Mclntyre( Jr., leaves Wed
nesday next for Exeter, N. H to enter
Phillips Exeter academy.
MIsa Jessie Anderson of San Fran
cisco will arrive In Salt Lake In a few
days to visit her cousin, Miss Mnry
Louise Anderson, at her home on First
Mrs, W. B, Isaacs of Ogden and Mies
Hasklns of Chicago were the guests of
I Mrs. A. J. McMullen during the week.
Mr. and' Mrs. "L. A. Marks and family
have Just returned from a three months'
trip, which they have spent In visiting
friends and relatives in Utah. Idaho,'
Wyoming and Montana, also visiting
the Yellowstone National park.
Mrs. E. M. Druce and daughters,
Misses Xenla and Ethel Druce, have re
turned from a two months' pleasure trip
In Idaho. They visited1 the Shoshone
falls, Twin falls, Blue lakes and Mlll
r.er. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Smith and
their three little daughters arrived
Tuesday from a delightful trip through
Chris Hansen will leave Tuesday for
St. Louis, where he will make a short
visit at the fair, after which he will
leave for Chicago to attend the Armour
Institute of Technology.
J. C. Starloy and Bert Frlnk have
gone on a hunting trip for a few days.
, Miss JSssle Bally is, spending a few
l days with Mrs. J. C. Starley.
September will see the resuming of
work In several of the women's clubs
of the city. 'while others will postpone
the first meeting of the fall until Oc
j tober. The Ladles' Literary club will
hold Its regular meeting next Friday
j j afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Hal W
Brown, the Incoming president, will
j 1 make her Inaugural address; thero will
, be Vocal solos by Mrs. A. D. Melvln
H' ancl A v' VoIlmer! reports of standing
( committees, all followed-by an Informal
Members of the Reviewers' club will
I hold their first meeting on September
20 at the home of Mrs. David Evans
HL t The new year books have just been is-
sued, showing a most Interesting array
of topics for the new year. Mrs. Wll
L i Ham R. Wlghtman will give the paper
1, 1 at the meeting of September 2G. "Chlld-
hood Literature a Characteristic Fa-
ture of the Nineteenth Century." Mu-
i sic, business and a social time will fol-
low the paper.
Hj Organization day will be observed by
the members of the Cleofan at their
J first meeting, to be held" September 27.
t The programme Is npt yet outlined, but
Hi. . will be ready for publication next Sun-
' j day.
, Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
1 the first meeting of the home and edu-
; ; cation section of the Ladles' Literary
club will be held at the clubhouse
i J The first meeting of the year of Spirit
of Liberty chapter, Daughters of tho
American Revolution, will be held
Thursday, September 8, with Mrs. M.
A. Breedcn, C27 East First South street.
Mrs. Robert Wolles Fisher will bo
chairman of the day and Mrs. Martha
Rovlo King, the vocalist of tho occa
sion. Manv plans for the year's work
will be considered, among thorn the
one for the erection of a public foun
tain, which Ih to be presented to the
city by the D. A. R. It is intended
that this opening day shall bo espe
Hnllv of a social nature.
MISS GRACIA FLANDERS
Will bo In her studio, 1045 East South
Temple street, Wednesday, Septombor
7, from 10 a. m. until 12 noon, to reg
ister pupils. PupllB desiring hour3
should apply at thlB time. Regular
lessons begin Thursday afternoon.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OODEN, Sept. 3 Mlacea Agnes and
Nellie Magulro aie visiting friends In
Mrs. Claude Gates of SaltLako Is visit
ing Miss Loulso Peory.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur "Bailey have re
turned from a pleasant visit to California
Mr3. George M. Hanson has returned
from a visit of six week with relatlvca
anil frlend3 In Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mr?. Louis Savllle havo re
turned from an extended trip to Europe
They report an onjoyablo time;
Miss Svlvla Garff and Miss Julia Dalll
moro loft Wednesday for n trip to St.
Mrs. Jack Alford of Salt Lake spent tho
j In C r-r' n vlnlHncr
her sister, Mrs-. U. V. Wlthco.
Miss Katherlnc Lowo visited In ORden
during the week, tho guest of MIsa Min
Mrs. Mario B. Wattls will entertain the
ladles of the Fraternal Union of America
at hor home. 2013 Jefferson avenue, next
Mrs. Charles D. Goldlng of Houston,
Tex . arrived In Ogden Friday, to bo tho
guest of her sistor, Mrs. William Van
Allen, for two week3.
O a. .
Dr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Coulter departed
Thursday evening for a visit to St. Loulay
Mr. and Mrs. t. C. Gloss of Salt Lake
and a party of friends will visit In Og
den canyon next week.
Miss Rita Cross entertained a number
of her young frlendB Thursday ovcnlng at
her homo on Seventeenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. William Van Allen pleas
antly entertained at a dinner party Bun
. . .
A delightful affair was the reception
given Wednesday ovcnlng by Mr. and
Mrs. A. II. Moycs at their homo on Twen-ty-flrst
street complimentary to thflr
daughter, Bosslo Tracey, whose marriage
to Julian B. Leavltt was solemnised
Wednesday morning In the Salt Lake
Temple. Chinese lanterns brilliantly Il
luminated tho lawn, where chairs and ta
blos were arranged for tho serving of re
freshments. About one hundred guests
were present and the evening waa pleas
antly spent Miss Irene Streng rendered
several choice vocal selections. Many
handsome presents were received by the
young couple. The bride la a charming
young lndy of this city and has been very
successful as a teacher In the public
schools. The groom is a popular young
man of this city and has a host of friends
here. Mr. and Mrs. Leavltt will mako
their homo In this city.
Mrs. IT. L. Boll and Mrs. Katherlnc
Scott were tho charming hostesses at n
pleasantly appointed euchro party Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bell on
Jefferson avenue. The decorations were of
(lowers and the colors In evidence wore
red and green. Tho ever-Interesting game
of euchre was played, for which prlzcri
were won by Mrs. Noble. MIsa Hapgood
and Miss Kitty Fitzgerald. Mrs. Bell and
Mrs. Scott were assisted In receiving by
Mesdames Whalen, Howard and McCor
mlck, After cards dainty refreshments
were served by Mlsse Loretta Whalen.
Dorothy Blgelow. Margaret Armstrong,
Loulso Scott and Annaretta Glrst. The
participants were: Mesdames Arm
strong, A. Blgelow. II. Blgelow, Baker,
Tyler. Whalen. Halloy, Stephens, Patter
son. Hume. Magulre. Klesol, Fitzgerald.
Andrews. Llzzott, Reynolds. E. Matson.
G. Mason, Borman. Ensign. Conllsk. Con
roy. Francis. Fitzgerald. Howard. Davis,
Scott, Cooper. 'Noblr, Kuhn. Worthclmcr,
Kuhn, Van Allen. Warner. Spencer. Rowo
McCormlck Carlean, Brick, Liu, Brown.
Patton, O'Brien, HeywootI, Stewart,
Bocker. Hihbs. McCabc. Kimball. Magln
nls, Wherry) Hoag, Palno. Thompson. Al
lison of Salt Lake; Misses Tyler, Fltz
Kcrald. Kitty Fltzcorald, Conroy, Celesto
Conroy, Spencer, Hume, Mosloy, Halloy.
Hapgood, Wcnncr. Borcman, Andrews,
lvlcsel and DoVorss.
One of the prettiest weddings of the
season was that of Mlea Daisy Mcintosh
and Alvln L. Reynolds, which took placo
Wednesday evening at tho home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Mc
intosh, on Twenty-seventh strcoL Tho
ring ceremony was used, the Rev. Alfred
Brown of the Episcopal church oftlclatlng.
The bride was attonded by Miss Nellie Mc
Whenny and Ernest Hope acted aa best
man. The bride wore a gown of white
mull with lace trimmings and carried a
bouquet of brldc'6 roses. About thirty
guests were present, Tho house was at
tractively decorated with a profusion of
cut flowers, ferns nnd smllax. After the
cdremony an elegant wedding supper was
served. The young couple wero the re
cipients of many handsome presents. Tho
bride Is a popular young lady of this city
and prominent In social circles, and the
groom Is on employee of the Southern Pa
cific company. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds
will mako their home In this city and wl'l
be at home to their friends after Septem
ber 10 at G37 Twenty-fourth strcot.
President Flygaro. Mrs. Chris Flygare,
Bishop and MrB. Watson and daughtor,
Mlea Phoebe, left yesterday afternoon for
the East, and will visit the fair at St,
Louis and othor Eastern points.
Mrs. Lindsay and Mlas Boremnr. very
delightfully entertained the Ladle3 Aid
society of the Presbyterian church Thurs
day afternoon at MIsa Boroman'a home on
Jefferson avenue. A pleasant 3odal tlmo
waa enjoyed by those present.
Special to Tho Tribune,
LOGAN, Sept. 3. Mro. and Miss
Glaaer, mother and sister of S. Glaser,
returned to their home In Salt Lake on
Friday, after an extended visit In
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cummlnga en
tertained In honor of Mrs. Amelia
Cathcart of Pocatello. Cards,, music
and a delicious lunch served to make
tho evening one long to be remembered.
Mrs. R. S. Campbell, after a very
pleasant visit with Logan frlonds, re
turned to her home In Salt Lake on last
Mrs. Eliza Smith returned home on
Tuesday from a trip to Bancroft, Ida,,
where ahe hoa been visiting her chil
dren for several weeks.
Mrs. H, C. Hansen entertained at
dinner on Wednesday In honor of Mro.
Florence Balllf of Rexburg. The time
wan pleasantly spent in music and con
versation. Tho home was tastefully
decorated with cut flowers.
Misses S. E. Dc Graff and Annlo Ray
mond aro home again from n summer
spent In California.
Mrs. Baraclough' Ih In Evanaton,
Wyo., on a visit to relatives and
Miss Eleasc Carlson Is In Salt Lake
visiting among frlonds and expects tt
remain nevcral weeks.
Mr. Mllllngton and two daughters of
New York aro vlnltlng with Mrs,
George H. Champ.
Mrs. Cathcart of Pocatello was tho
guest of honor at a party given by Mr,
and Mrs. Victor Crockett on Tuesday
evening. Refreshments wero servod
and an enjoyable tlmo spent.
Capt. H. D. Styer returned home In
fine health and splrltw from his trip to
California, where he olllclatcd as um
pire In the army maneuvers at Camp
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pypcr are In
Logan, the guests of Mrs. Torgcnscn.
Mrs. Hardy of Salt Lake, who has
been visiting with her cousin, Mrs. LCe
Thatchor, returned to her home on Sat
urday. i '
Mrs. Leo Campbell Js visiting in Salt
Lake, the guest of her mother, . Mrs.
Rev. R. E. Gilpin, Methodist minis
ter, has been transferred to tho Corln-nc-Tremont
charge, and with his fam
ily, will leave Logan In the near fu
ture. They will bo missed In social
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson of Ogden,
with their children, are visiting In
Logan and will rpmaln several days.
Mrs. Ii. T. Pypcr returned Saturday
from nn extended visit with friends In
Salt Lake. "
Misses Maggie Smith and. Saloma
Carpenter returned on Thursday from
a delightful trip to the St. Louis ex
position. Lo Roy Cardon, H. P. Emols and
George F. Thatcher left Logan for a
long pleasure trip through the north
ern hunting groundfl of the Portneuf,
nround Soda Springs. They expect to
be absent three weeks.
Ozro O. Crockett of Preston Is visit
ing friends In Logan.
President and' Mrs. Isaac Smith left
on Tuesday for a trip to St. Louis.
They expect to be gone several weeks
and will return by way of Chicago.
MIsa Thea Larsen was the recipient
of a "tin shower" at the home of Miss
Amy Johnson on Tuesday evening. Tho
matter was arralnged by her fellow
employees and was a delightful affair.
Games wero played and other social
pastimes Indulged In, after which
dainty refreshments were served. Those
present were: Misses Then Lars6n,
Amy Johnson, Luclla Nielsen, Carrie
Thomas, Nettle Stowell, Dora Miller
and Amanda Olsen.
By Ilanorah Couchlln.
In a cottage by the wayBlde,
Slta an old man bent with years; x
Down his features, once so lovely,
Now are falling bitter tonrs;
O'er his memory steals a vision
Of his love he laid to rest,
With her precious little Ifant '
Quietly sleeping on her breast.
To this cottago onco he brought hor,
When she first became his brldq;
There ho told her that ho lovfid her,
There his darling after died.
Oft when in the tjulct gloaming
He had clasped her to his heart,
Oft he told her that ho loved hor
And from her ho would not part.
But one day they heard a footstep,
Breaking on tho stillness there.
And he know It was Death's angel
Coming for his darling Clare.
But she told him not to worry,
For he would soon Join her, too:
And he kissed the wee babe gently,
And his darling love so true.
Onco again ho seemed to see her;
Once again he seemed to hear
'Doarest Edward. I must leave you
And my darling baby, dear!"
Once' again he seemed to sec her
Close her loving eyes and sleep,
And he bowed his old head gently,
On tho old armchair to weep.
Dreaming alone In his cottago homo,
In tho Kunset of his years;
Dreaming of one ho loved so dear. N
His eyes overflowing with tears;
Dreaming df ono long gono to rest,
With hor baby on her breast;
Dreaming alone In his cottage home,
Tho old man Blnka to rest.
40 South Fourth West, Salt Lake City.
m Uppr ?a3!$ Resort. J
Special to Tho Tribune.
JJ T PPRR FALLS RESORT, Sept. 3.
M Last Saturday night will long bo ro
(aj memborcd by those who wore fortu
nate enough lo attend tho Ilnoat
"bonllro" of tho season at Uppe Falls
Thanks woro duo for Ita success to tho
cITortfl of Dr. William G. B. Terrell, Ir
ving Wfklns, Leonard 8hoomaker and
Irvln SlSionds. nil of Salt Lako City,
who are spending spine tlmo In rout and
recreation In Provo canyon.
Theso yountr men uholdorod axes and
went up tho mountain uldo to where plno
logs woro plentiful, scoured oomo lino
onos and brought them down back of tho
tent homes of Mesdames W. H. Jones, Ar
thur Lowo and John L. Bowman, whoro
tronches wero due and the logo raland
wigwam fashion whoro they were hold In
placo by chalmi and wires at tho top, Tho
center was thon massed with wood. When
all was ready for tho torch, Leonard
Shoomakor. In bin original way, printed
sovoral placards for tho trooB whloh
caused much amuacmont to tho guests
Ono read "No lovo-mnklng allowed,"
anothor boro tho daring Gtatcmont, "No
chnporons wanted," Noar ono of tho main
walks a treo boro tho curd whloh read
. "Cupld'B Walk." Whon Bomo unsuspoct
'ng couplo disappeared down this green
iata a fresh burat of morrlmont followed
ihcm. "Smoking room" was placed at
tho top of tho wigwam.
As ooon as tho ahndowa woro deep
?nough the Are was lighted, soon touch
ing to beauty tho rugged peaks and flow
ing river In that vicinity. Many smiling
facos woro gathored about tho flrc. rows
of benches In circles mndo conversation
a pleasure. A great kottlo was placed on
tho coala, each guest prepared tha ear
of corn whlci foil to his or hor lot. Mr.
Mr Slmonds covered himself with glory
by watching tho kottlo and forking up tho
not corn. Each guoat whipped out a ker
chief to hold tho cornWhllo It wan but
tered. Mrs. W 11. Jones gnvo tho crowd
a demonstration of hor good cooking and
;ossod fried cakes to all.
Miss Ruby Armstrong noon emerged
from "Cupld'o AValk" with something
very sweet. 'Twas chocolato fudgo done
a3 sho can do things on a camp stovo.
Mrs. Donan treated tho crowd to nuts
and Mr. Donan addod much to tho pro
yrammo by telling tho appreciative au
dience a thrilling "ghost story "
After refreshments came a most care
fully prepared programmo which was car
iled out successfully.
An Indian war danco was ono of tho
unique and plcturesquo numbers. Dr.
William G. B. Terroll was recognized at
onco as chief of his people his steps and
dancing being done with great dignity and
precision and showed wonderful versatil
ity. .Many songs both old and new wore ren
dered and received encores by tho appre
ciative audloncc. especially one entitled
"Clomlntlne" which was led by Miss Sue
Clark aulstcd by Mossrs. Shoemaker and
Terrell. Many found themselves hum
ming the touching lines, "Her shoes woro
As tho dying ombcrs romlndod us that
time of departure had come, there woro
many sad faces as It was tho lost meeting
around tho bonfires this season for many.
The families of Mr. Arthur Lowo and
Mr. John L. Bowman broko camp tho
following dny. Mrs. W. H. Jones re
mained until tho following Thursday. Dr.
William G. B. Terrell and mothor, Mrs.
M. A. Ten-oil and MIhs Terroll aro pleas
antly located at the picturesque red house
at Bridal Veil falls, at tho home of Mrs.
Miss McOulr of Provo vlHlted tho Bow
man camp and other friends for two days
this week, where she mado sketches of
several camps and attended the bonfire.
I from Silver UM. f
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to Tho Tribune.
SILVER ' LAKE. Sept. 3. Tho
weather at Silver Lake has cleared up
after the storms anil the romulnlng
campers are enjoying a regular Indian
Mrs. F. T. Vincent and daughter
Ethel returned from Omaha Friday.
J. W. Farrell Is visiting his family
at Silver Lake.
Mrs. Brooks nnd family return to the
city Friday after a visit of seven weeks
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Williams returned
to the city Tuesday after a week's visit
at Mra J. W. Farrcll's at Brighton.
Francis, Maurice and Will Crltchlow
nnd Senter Walker rode over to Park
City from Silver Lake Thursday and
Spent the day In going through the
Miss Ethel Vincent, who has just re
turned from Omaha, will visit Miss
Laura Farrell at Silver Lake.
Mrs. W. B. Short and family leavo
Silver Lake Monday. N
Norman Lynes left for the city Tues-:
day after a three weeks' visit at
O. S. Williams brought home a beau
tiful string of trout after a few hours'
fishing at Twin Lakes.
Miss Nan Short left Brighton Tuesday.
i In Time of Peace Prepare for ::
I , : . WAR ' :
Early preparations for the cold winter sure to come, will save you
L both time, money and annoyance always Incident to the opening ofl the l"
4- fur seabon with its crash. '
4- Summer prices still prevail for both new Furs and the romodollng
T of vour old ones, and stored free till winter. 4-
I OUR FUR WORK f
T Noted for Its excellence for fifteen years, will be strictly main- "
4- LATEST EASTERN STYLES. t
. Also our own DoHgnlng and fittlnc artistically done. X
PERFECTION IN FURS GUARANTEED.
Please remember; No branch house In Salt Lake this season. 4-
- The Purrier
-- THE OLD STAND. '
I Knutsford Hotel Building I
- IHIIIII -rHm-H-HHhr Hill VY-H-Wr"
Everyone connected with this store; from the highestTtSf,
to the cash boystalk success, think success, lives success and is
mined to help make the business a success. And that sort of e
siasm permeating the whole store, infuses into the customer enouE
the same spirit to make the belief certain that this is the store
present and future. m
Wmhmm nun New Miinnryo m
. Millinery is the constant dream of women the flort of dreams that wreathe ml
bering face into peaceful expression even though the fairies carry away to other W,
the fascinating creations.
It's the kind that penetrates dreamland that we will show only our exhibits wijjp
the material, rather than the hazy, fading-away conceptions of the immaterial. ifc
Madam Shofstall is now returned from New York, elated with the advancement
ery has made. The genius of the foremost artists and designers of Paris and AmciS
reflected in the beautiful lines which she purchased. m
The imported patterns are from the renowned houses of Paris: Georgette,
Meyers, Susanne Blum, Veriot, Paul & Bertha, and Camille Rogers. '
" America's greatest millinery houses are represented by Lichtonstein, E. Elswom
Josephs, Francois, and Louise. S
It therefore becomes a fact that the best of productions have been purchased. m
Shofstall is an experienced buyer, whose taste and knowledge of millinery are recS
Great hopes, consequent!', are entertained for a most -successful season. We expect W
trol a good proportion of the local trade and it is our belief that such proportion m
greatly in excess of either of- the three previous seasons. We believe this because thel
ery section has grown strong iu the good graces of the ladies because our work M
1 joyed a .reputation for highest excellence because from these magnificent import
1 domestic inventions our workroom has evolved a character of hats at reasonable pr!9
have been the delight of womankind who could not afford the more expensive oiM
cause our help has been selected with a view to especial fitness, well paid, chosen hep
cater not only to those ladies who dress correctly and with exquisite taste, but toer
lady who cannot afford to spend much -.money on her millinery, but whose taste is m
refined.' Modest,becoming, inexpensive hats, possessing the touch of fashion,
Right now we are showing superb ready to-wears the embodiment of New Yor5
ideas. . f:
I Sftronug M taQkemfiife nn ADD dfol hm
u An oxhaustlvo lino In all grades f7?). f3?fl a-v ) Wo carry shapes for iK
The incoming season presents many new ideas in silks which are thorough!;
sented in our latest stocks. Already the ladies are manifesting lively interest. W
Perhaps no silk weave possesses qualities more admirable than the Jacquard Gfi
fects a showing of a color on the reverse side different from the original surface, mm
fects, which are changeable, are in blue and green, "brown and green, red and black,git
black, and brown and black. These beautiful combinations are studded with efledm
A particularly striking silk is a blue and green Ohiff,on Taffeta which we clialH
during the season and which gives indication of great popularity. S
And while on the subject we will have a little heart to heart talk about Illadfll
Messaline effects, which are among the most pleasing of the new weaves. ItisaX
fabric and certain to be in demand. It is the very thing for dressy street goWnjMt
waist suits and the like. "M
You will be delighted also with Illuminated Gros de Londre, exquisite ill ierriM,
and black, brown and green, and blue and green. It is conceded a coming seller. S
Crepe Elysee is another production desirable for street and evening service. Iti
times identified as Chiffon Grenadine. u
Other notable silks which we shall carry will fascinate in equal manner.
. , The stocks of former seasons will be eclipsed, ' I f.
' . Men's shoes aro now handled. ' I J
'JLr- New goods are arriving dally car after car. fi
If the purchase Isn't to your satisfaction, we right It. k
Our merchadlse possesses quality no other kind Is bought. '
School shoes that fit and don't hurt, and wear, are our kind. v
Wo handle the McCall Patterns because they arc the beat patterns. V-
, It Is our aim to give courteous and considerate attention to shopperg. r i
Mothers find satisfaction In buying apparel for their children at this store. f it
TDC V.mn r,nnn? thc store beltcr equipped for business than ever before. H
The Ribbons Ladles Neckwear, and Toilet supplies aro now In tho main north aisle
At this closlng-of-the-season-timo bargains are to be found at every turn In this store-lte Wm
i, like. S
You will have to add about a half to the price of our Ribbon specials If you want to get alltK
Madam Shofstall. of the Millinery section, returned from New York this week. W
Manager John Lewis Is In New York completing certain Important purchases
Miss Ida Flygare, buyer for tho embroideries and laces, returned Friday afternoon froai iVfP
Madam Jones will soon be home from Europe-whither she went In the early summer to be tV
with thc new modes. Miss Purccll, assistant to the madam, will return In, a day or two from tH
EMBROIDERY CORSET COVERS, WORTH UP TO 75 CENTS, FOR 9 CENTS. IMITM
TORCHONS AT 5 CENTS A YARD. K
No accessory to dress is dearer to the feminine heart than neckwear. Its daijK
and filmy effects are a charm suggesting neatness and creating an air of dressiness
No section in this store is in more accord with the wishes of becoming dressejK
N here fashionable neckdress is carried in profusion for the fastidious, the quick-to
for the lady who delights in lingering amongst the tempting creations. Just whilj
really desire is invariably found in our extensive assortments 1?
In touch with the newest outputs of the market we are enabled to introduce qo
latest conceptions. :E
Our friends will be interested in a line of bewitching Venetian lace stocks ffithjfc
tab effects and quite airily trimmed in the new shades of burnt orange, parrot
azure mulberry, and white and black. A variety of designs will influence to a rest!
the change in your purse. j ' bs
Then the filmy-woven Venetian lace collars, yokes and reposse lace berthas in- k
.white and ecru, will delight the ladies, for they are especially fashionable. ! 5
The new tab collar, tailor-made and pretty with its lace effects, will be much to;
' p !! TaCG nUZC ei'i bQS nUd yokes are Arming expressions of shoulder dress- j
" nl if fi'" , ?"vrS are enj0yius marked Popularity. ! f
- ' ' ?ni?n l -G -S dlVeri0nS is a new stock' very dainty, very pleasing. j
Jabot designs are in much demand. 1 $
, : The choicest assortments thc season's best offerings are carried-though in ft-
styles are not varied to any particular extent from those of the S season. j
Pyrography has a firm hold on the young ladies of the city We have a firm 4&
d"dntl Si? :n?at y0Un "0uld co-- enTovabecause
S Election ZZ T"r,T'yUiC beSt wcoutrements, the varieties necessary flA
did selection and at reasonable prices, besides conducting a school of pvrogrnplff- W-
an advantageous offer. You will be enabled to burn handsome md useful ornam