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1 FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1001. THE SALT LAKE TilHBTJETE. PAGE SEVEtf . H
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hSIN KILLS 37 SHEEP
llAND FINE SHEPHERD DOG
Ktel to The Tribune.
-AT SSeRICAN FORK, Oct. 20. The San
"So, Los -Angeles & Salt Lako south
ThBtl5 passenger train ran Into a herd of
Sj between this place and Pleasant
a,5' 'p l'ist evening about 7:30 p. m.. UIU-thirty-seven
head and ;i lino shepherd
fiJUSTrMwlilch was faithfully working to get
Kfnhe(n from tho track. Tho sheep
"T-E driven on Uie Suite road, along
J-ROOteKh the railway track num. from their
& lEner runce to their winter Quarters,
mn the sudden npproach of the train
r--Ktened them and it was impossible to
ANjJrthcni from tho track.
bote.... s. Greenwood of this place
"TMtMlss Sadie Cullcnmoro of Undon
'ROOvm; 'married In the Salt Lake temple
fciSTv Tht y returned homo this cvon
Wtibi whcio a recvytlon awaited them.
r."Wly married couple will make
'sMr liome lr. Undon. .where Mr. Grctn
Kji nn3 purchased a residence.
harlca Earl of this place left horo to
P.for St l-oui3 to visit the world's fair
7mBi also other Eastern cities.
XiSwiO fruitgrowers of this county have
h tKocd to the Eastern markets more
I'lvtBii 120 carloadc of pears, peaches imd
feKjes. Tin major portion of thl3 largo
SYHmMmnent was apples, which were very
R liVudHnt this year. Tho fruit this sea
L:; m. lias been freer than usual from
f at TmP,s' . .
! Lbnr Berk, formerly of Ihls place, at
Tvpn. ecnt or 1" "'y tamo .here
PIfJir stcrdav to buy cattle and nors-.r r- a
mf. ' ranch. Mr. 13crk desires buying 200
ywr? id of range ponies and 300 head of
v- n , itle. which will be shipped to Wyom-
c 'iand there fed and prepared for tho
mng ; jtem market AVhen seen last evening
cm .Berk had made a buy of 100 ponies
W 6 per head.
onn M. Miller and Lcn Bert returned
7i S iterday from St. Louis, where they
ait a month visiting relatives and boc
TtT :,tho sights of the fair. ,
tE 3K t
JS&V frnmet Chlpninn of Salt ta're City is
34 Jtlnc American Fork as tho guest of
fejij ohn Mitchell returned from eastern
-5 ah Tuesday, having spent tho past
I P. ii r there
I Frifc T "
" lodgai ?ho strike which was made on the
d tteS vommg. a leaso of the old Miller hill
3WJf, operty In American Fork canyon, by
orge and Francis Tyng. a short tlmo
. ice, has proved to bo even larger than
S"0. U u at Urst supposed. The owners arc
dil ry anxious lr tcot a l.irtrc part of tho
lodfai S.oitt before the winter snows :ut them
1 Biiii it.'bf freight truffle. They are nut nMo
OWXi Tgot enough teams at ?5 per ton for tho
', Esrs te" tollea freight.
k. ki Mrs.' Sablna Allen entertained yestcr
th.aa ty afternoon in honor of M.r.s. Alary
aob!( erbet of Iona. Ida., who has been vlslt-
C In American Fork. Those present
3, FA re: Mra. W. S. Koblnson. Mrs. Alice
oyJe, Mrs. Charlotte Greenwood, Mrs.
. lice Moyle Mif Ellon D Clarke and
r&. Sablna Nichols, tiro" latter of Arl
Iha. A nice luncheon was served by the
tunning hOjtr--.. Mrs. Mary Hcrbct ro
ll, LQ itned home this morning.
McCoy's livery stable for carrlagea
GEE.d jight livery. Telephone SI.
DIESC Embassador McCormick Home.
foSsB ;EW YORK. Oct. 20. Robert S. Mc
r?7" jrmlek, American Embassador to Rus
ncy., ,( arrived hero today on the steamer
wtschland Embassador McCormlck
me home on a leave of absence to at
nd 10 ul'Kenit private business. He will
f" main in this country about one month.
I Flaked Wheat Food
' For Breakfast
ft and Dessert
f Cooks in two minutes
; Our premium orFcrs enable you
.gi !to get Whcatine free of cost.
Ayftf Valuible coupon in every FackaSc' See
iigj. catalogue of ptemlumi at your grocer,
"Tj or We will mail one fice on requect,
att, 1 p , .
racllic Cereal Association
DGEC Son Francisco
1J AS QUICK AS A WINK
t 010 ?,d n,P went- Yes, that's so
HO Li0tht!r6.wUl eo the same way If ncc-
loo hue1" rB arcn,t attended to unUl
Af 'I IN' PLUMBING,
" ) ne'r? exPerts. and thingR ilxed by
SMty ?7Sd- 0ur Climbing helps save
Sn nCf i11,3',100' Gas 1(?ak8 allowed to
' Jt nr.-certa,,I. "la8or your health,
v? 'T ,m,i.ail? nulck ns a wink," too.
H t ;LU3 v, hat 3 "ceded and have us do
j v now,
1 ) M. HIQLEY & CO.,
'FV l HONEST PLUMBERS.
vStf I p JIcctrlc Wiring and Fixtures.
x lBt So' Ind. 'phone, 7C2: Bell. 2423-x.
iShaviHig Cam Be
f Made a Pleasure I
i' y0U 0110 of our STAB -I
; SHAVtNG SETS. Our Strops, J
"uiH S.UgB and SotlPs aro of tbe best.
1 1 Godbe-Pitts Drog I
$ t Store
J Btli 'Phones, No. 140.
I Tribune's Ogdeo Bureau
U 2486 WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111.
Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. 1
AT THE HEALT HGTSL.
Vhcn yoo come to Ogden, oppoolte ho
Colon depot. Tho celebrated Ostormoor
irvc mnttrejiBiw .fi ivcry room. Sample
inrni Ri"! rnf In crnnfctlnn
NATURAL LITHIA WATER.
'Makes everything Good."
F. J. KJesel & Co . Ogden. H
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ku7' jr'.'r.f.v'it-Hr.'i'n' ftjyir'-J" r",iir-i'i"H r -va
ULOSSER J. L. BLOSSliit.
Your tliirct Parlor. 2177 AVashlngton avo..
MIL Mkd T1GXETS.
If you wish to buy or aell a ticket.
SEE J C BAKER. THE OGDEN
TICKET BROKER Only member of tho
Guarantee Association in Ogden. 187 23th
Bt., one block from the Union depot Tele
BRI6HAM SHOE FACTORY
NEARLY READY TO OPEN
Special to Tho Tribune.
BRIGHAM, Oct. SO. Tho Brigham Shoo
Manufacturing company has filed ar
ticles of incorporation at tho County
Clerk's office. Following aro tho of
ficers: Joseph Jonscn, president; Charles
Choal. vice-president; S. N. Lee, treas
urer; J. D. Call, secretary. Tho capi
tal stock is 55000, divided into 500 shares
of $10 each. Seventy-five shares aro
owned by Arthur Robinson and John P.
Robinson of Salt Lake. The machinery
Is nearly ready for operation.
S. P. Petersen, &l years of ago, was
oxamlncd bcforo Judgo Hart by Dr. Rich
and Dr. Harding and adjudged Insane.
He was taken to tho- Stato montal hos
pital at Provo "Wednesday by Sheriff Jo
cophson. o a i
The following wedding permits were
granted by County Clerk Joseph Jon
son this week: John Scott Balr, Ogden,
and Grace Pearl Daughters. Ogden; C.
L. Evans, Ofiden, and Myrtle Jumper,
Pittsburg, Kan.; Maurice Roscnbaum,
Brigham. and Mary E. Chrlstcnsen, Lo
gan; Robert K. Sheffield. Brigham. and
Flora Marble, Brluhain; R. D. Harding,
Willard. and Ettle T. Dayloy. Oakley.
Ida.; John Cobb, Corinnc, and Lillian
Ivcrsen, Bear River City. '
Tuesday Impressive funeral services
wore held at Wlllard for Miss Leah Nc
bekcr and Miss Hanna Carlson, who
died from tho effects of typhoid fever
Dr. Tilton of Columbus, O., who ha3
been tho guest of Dr. Rich for a fow
weeks, returned home Tuosday.
The County Commissioners appointed
tho following judgos of election at their
regular session last Monday:
Brigham poll No. 1 Thomas McMaster.
1 nomas Whltaker, Jonah Mathlas; poll
No. 2. Ellas Jensen. C. C. Hnnsen. T. H.
Blackburn; poll No. 3, "William Wight.
S.; Abo Evans. D. P. Burt; poll No. 1.
Frank Hnmson, Brigham Wright. Lewis
Manila George Hlckok, J. C. Roltchcrs,
P. M Hansen.
Park Valley J. H. Burton, J. W. Cal
lahan, Jonnthan Campbell.
Dewoyvlllc II. L. Marble, John Gor
mcr, Orson Loveland.
Sunset Frank Welling, D. E. Man
ning. W I. Grover.
Wlllard poll No. 1 Harvey Woodyatt.
Appolos Taylor, William Parsons; poll
No. 2. John B. Finn, William J. Lowe,
Portage Lewis .D. Hall, J. Edward
GIbbs. William Mason.
Calls Fort John R. Horspool, Joseph
Hunsnker, Thaddcus WIghL
Rawlins James Foxlcy, AV. A. Borg
strom. John F. Comptoh.
Collln8ton Hyrum Jensen, John Stand
ing, Sr.; Charles Twitchcll.
Rivorsldc A. H. Gleason, David Lar
son. A. M. Porter.
Kelton Hans Chrlstofferson.. ' Charles
Vicks. Ncls Jenson.
Terrace H. P. Larson. John Warren,
A. E. Player.
Clear Creek Shel E. Baker, Del Comp
ton, Newton Ncal
Curio v Charles Arbon, Abe Rose, "W.
Promontory Charles Card, Charles
Stokes, L. A. Nelson
Grouse Creek R. A. Wnrburton, Gooric
A. Ctz.. vTlIuis; P. Pkett.
Junction R. Walters, Hyrum E. Talcs,
Plymouth Georpo J. Mason, William J
Hess. E. II. Rudd.
Cure for Asthma and Hay Fevei
I Tho statements published belov con
firm tho claim of Dr. Schiffmann that
his romcdy Is an absolute euro for Asthma
and llay Fever.
Mrs. Mary Zachcry, Pleasant Hill, La,
eay3: "I havo found your Asthma Curoa
permanent euro for Asthma, for which I
used it 7 years ago. I have never had tho
allghtest return of tho troublo sinco. I
havo also found your remedy excellent In
A Hay Fever sufferer writes: "I havo
had Hay Fovor for 14 years. I bought a
packngo of your remedy (Schiffmann's
Asthma Cure), of our druggist and duo to
Us uso this is tho first summorthatl havo
not been troubled." Mrs. Frank Gullfoglo.
bold by druggists at 50c and $1.00.
Send 2c stamp to Dr. R. fcchiffmann,
Box 890, St. Paul, Minn., for a frco sam
Thousands of people wear glasses
I who do not need them, and thou
sands need them who do not wear
Our optician will tell you the
truth, whichever way It may af
fect u saJe. Examinations free.
'Phone 65 for tho correct time.
OGDEN VOTERS VRV SLOW j
IN GETTING REGISTERED
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct CO. Tho registration in
Ogden this year Js disappointingly small.
The total volo four years ago was 0100,
and this j-oar it Is estimated to bo in
oxcoss or 10,500. So far but 6100, less
than half of the names, have been reg
istered There are still two days left
and some tall hustling will be necessary
to get out- 6vcn a reasonable percentage
of the vote.
The funeral of Frank Shcfllln. who
committed suicide yesterday morning,
was held today from Larkln's undertak
E. G. Rector was this morning sen
tenced to sixty days on the rock pllo by
Judge Howell on the chargo of pcttv
The following names were drawn from
the Jury box to serve as trial jurors for
the November term of the Second dis
trict court: '
E. W. Matson. Charles A. Zlcmer,
Henry D. Bingham, Edwin Williams.
Robert Shipley, J. Sandor. Charles R.
Fisher, Joseph Goddard, J. O. Woodv,
Rudolph Van Dyke. Henry G. Hess. M.
C. Chrislunsuu, J. A. Boyle, A. W. Put
r.rm. Thomas W. Jackman, C. 1. Un
derwood, Ogden; W. R. Lund, Thomas
F. Singleton, Plain City; Simon Jensen.
Andrew E. Berlin, Hunisvlllo; John
Holmes, Wilson; John Stoddard, Hooper;
J. AV. Allen. Marriott; II. C. Holley.
Slatcrvillo; John T. Bybco, Rivcrdale.
The story lias leaked out here of an
attempt to wreck tho Overland Limited
train at Laughton, Nev., last Wednes
day. Train No. 1 left Ogden at 3:25 p.
m. and reached Laughton shortly after
dark. The engineer discovered a large
boulder in tho middle of tho track and
stopped the locomotive, when ho dis
covered that tho switch lock had been
broken and tho switch opened. Dotect
Ives are at work on the case.
Sheriff Bnlley today took Charles Ash
ton to the State penitentiary, also S.
Yatsvml, tho Japanese forger.
S- Yasutami. the Japanese who was
recently convicted of forgery, was today
sentenced by Judgo Rolapp to ono year
in the penitentiary-
Manager J. II. Young of tho Lyceum
theater of this city has purchased tho
Family theater at Park City, .making
four houses under his control.
Nick Smith, who accidentally shot him
self last Saturday, was reported at mid
night tonight to bo falling. Apparcntlv
the crisis has come and It is feared tha't
he may not recover.
The Republican Workingmon's club held
a rally tonight and was addressed by D.
N. Straup and Judge Frick. The hall was
crowded and the meeting was quite enthusiastic.
A unique present has been presented to
Chief Engineer Hood of the Southern Pa
cific by Eugene Bell, an employee on the
cut-on. The present consists of a huge
frame circular In form and about six feeto
In diameter all of crystallged salt. Mr? Bell
has manufactured the frame of wire; in
the center ho drew the section oX a trestlo
oh the cut-off, ties and rallB worked In
with wire. Around the circle Is tho In
scription: "The Southern Pacltlc. Leading
Line of the World " After completing the
wire framework, Mr. Bell placed tho frame
In the lake and every section of the wlro
was encrusted with salt crystals to tho
depth of half an Inch. The frame was
then removed and after it had become
thoroughly dry tho salt turned pure white,
the crystals giving off the most beautiful
rellectlon when struck by the light, and It
Is cnlranclngly beautiful. It will be placed
in the general offices In San Francisco,
and another one. similar, will be placed at
the Union depot in Ogden.
Tho County Commissioners held a spe
cial meeting this afternoon to consider tho
West Weber school matter. Representa
tives of both sides were heard and the
board directed the trustees of the district
to bring In complete data on the situation,
that the proper lew might be mado for
the payment of the $2000 loan to Mr. Eth-rlnston.
Fielding MIcah Garns, E. O. Wilcox,
Bear River Hans Thorpon, Wlllard H.
Arderson, Hyrum J. Hansen.
Malad Hairy 7cnor, II. A. Bancroft,
T. W. Clancy.
Mantua C. M. Jensen, Mads Hansen,
Nels P. Joppscn.
Three Mile Creek Thomas Peters,
Henry Matthews. T. J. Call.
Received License to "Wed. '
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Oct. 20. Alphonso Adnmson,
aged 23. of American Fork, received li
cense to wed Hattlo Elliot, aged L'5, of
Deputy Game Warden Gub Slade and
Deputy Sheriff Dave Earnctt left for Sun
nysldo last evening to hunt deer.
Eustace Mcndenhall of Mona brought
to the courthouso today a lino specimen
of tho coyote tribe which he shot near
A Republican rally Is slated to tako
placo In the Provo opera-house Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock. Judgo Reed of Kan
sas will be the principal speaker of the
Julia A. Lcwclyn has been granted a
divorce from David J. Lowclyn on tho
ground of .non-support.
Tho lenders of tho Sixth ward met last
night and decided to give a bazar on
Monday, December G.
J. H. Pung, superintendent of t)io Rio
Grando Western railway, accompanied by
Mayor Roylance and members of tho City
Council, luspectcd tho lino between Provo
and the canyon today to discover a new
way to bring the waters of City croek
Mrs. Francis Richards of Clyde, O.. Is
in Provo visiting her mothor, Mrs, KeU
logg, and friends.
A new programme was given at tho
Lyceum vaudevlllo theater tonight. Tho
shows bo far havo been good, but this
week's programme Is better. Tho pro
gramme Includes: Tipple & IClemcnt In
musical specialties, earless In charac
ter Impersonations, Brumago & Clark In
a comedy sketch, and concludes with il
lustrated songs and moving pictures.
L Boll Is tho Provo agent for Tho Salt
Lake Trlbuno, at 17C West Center street
All business and deliveries attended to
personally, Insuring prompt delivery and
courteous treatment. Persons wishing to
have Tho Sunday Tribune only can havo
pbido delivered to their noraca.
Do you like your tea?
Do you like your tea?
Is it Schilling's Best?
You giontx rcturnt your mony if you Jou't like Ii.
V Nono who havo suffered tho tortures no-1
I companylng diseases of tho cyo can realize 01
I will do what is claimed for it, nut a trial 1
nsoon convinces ono of tho extraordinary HJ
flenrativo powors of this Utile romcdy. J
I PARK CITY I
j TBI3TJNE BUREAU, j
N. Main Strcet. Telephone t b
NATIONAL ISSUES ONLY
AT REPUBLICAN RALLY
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, Oct. 20. The Republican
meeting at tho Dewey theater last eve
ning wns a very successful one. At S:S0
o'clock the building wa3 well filled with
thoso interested in tho Issues of tho pres
ent campaign, and when Chairman Henry
Welsh of tho Republican county commlt
teo Introduced Judgo Rood, tho speaker
of tho evening, ho was greeted with
Judgo Reed's speech was logical and full
of good, sound Republican doctrino. Ho
had comparatively llttlo to say upon the
conditions as they now exist in Utah, but
dwelt at length upon the national Issues
of this year. The audlcnco was Interested
and showed it, while overy mention of the
President's namo called forth prolonged
Tho Federal tunnel is now opened up
and the track and air lino aro both laid
into the face of tho tunnel. This week
tho work of cxtondlng this tunnel and
of continuing the work into tho Mazeppa
ground was begun.
J. M. Lockhart Is In Salt Lake City
upon legal business.
Mcsdamcs M. M, F. Allen. Tj. E. Hub
bard, A. R. Weeter and L. B. Wight
havo gone to Logan to attend the meet
ing of tho Utah Federation of Women's
Gcorgo Smith returned yesterday from
Wasatch county, where he has been look
ing after his political Interests.
United Stales Marshal Ben Haywood
came up this morning and Is spending tho
day in tho camp.
The football team of the Park City
High school has arranged for two games
with the tram from the East Side High
school of Salt Lake City. Tho first game
will be played October G. at Walker's
field In Salt Lako. and the second one
here in tho baseball park on Thanksgiv
CJ J3 3? 0 33. 3 w3u .
Bear tho lllB Kind You Hare Always BocgH
Democrats It-ally at Garland.
Special to Tho Tribune.
GARLAND, Oct. 20. William E.
Smythe. the California Democrat, and a
party of local politicians arrived In Gar
land yesterday afternoon. An audience
of fair size greeted tho speakers, J. D.
Call of Brigham and Mr. Smythe, at a
Democratic rally held In tho evening.
Registration was light yesterday. It Is
estimated that only 50 per cent of the
voting population of Garland is regis
tered. Tho weather conditions for beet digging
are good. On the night of October IS
wo had tho first frost of the season.
Standing water was frozen over
LBtlmutc tho TORPID LIVER,
strengthen the digestive organs,
regulate the bowels, and nrc un
cqualed as an
In malarial districts their virtues
arc widely recognized, as they pos-
scss peculiar properties In freeing
the system from that poison. Ele
gantly sugar coated.
Fake No Substitute.
When you went M
SEC BRUT (
Yellow Label dold Label
I A. YIGNIER CO., Distributors ,
! San Francisco, Col.
teaasfem-L' a a j.nwi'11 j.i--1;t7T-f.i
RXEGEEi & IINDLEY, Distributors,
Salt Lake City.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
quartermaster, D12 Dooly building. Salt
Iako City, Utah, Soptembcr 2J. 1&,
Sealed proposals In trlpllcato will be re
ceived hero until 11 a. m., standard time
October 12, 1901, and thon opened for tho
extension of water system, at Fort Doug
las, Utah. Bidders will state In their bids !
tho time In which they will comploto iho
work. Full Information and blank forms
of proposals furnished on applcatlon to 1
this office. Plans and specifications may
bo soen here. United States reserves the
right to accept or reject any or all pro
posals, or any part thereof Envelopes
containing proposals to bo indorsed,
"proposals for wator system," and nd
drcoeed to Captain Samuel V. Ham, quartermaster.
Soldiers to Preserve Order.
ROME, Oct, 0. Tho War office has Is
sued Instructions to military commanders
for tho distribution of troops during tho
pending doctoral campaign. Under thoeo
Instructions, should a request for soldiers
bo made by tho authorities at any of tho
smaller places In tho kingdom, based upon
tho assumption that public order is on
dangorcd, tho request must bo compiled 1
with within a day, 1
j To-SVlorrow Saturday I I
t wEnsa'-" please. the little folks And to pleade the grown up
ikJ we will give away FREE folks we will make special Ml 4 R II
j (1(1 500 dolls vests made by prices on many lines of sea- 'MC K D
I y . the manufacturers of The sonable goods, a few of rO M M
Munsing Underwear. which are listed below. JJ M H
I We want every girl in Salt Lake to come,' between 10 and 1 1 o'clock Saturday H
, morning, with her mother and bring her doll and get a vest, and we want all the f H
a grown up folks to know that we are headquarters for all kinds of children's supplies m H
n at prices that defy competition. 1 H
Gome early if you want your little girl to have a doll's vest, and be sure and, J HI
I have her bring her doll with her. We expect to see more little girls and more pretty- i ifl
dolls in our store tomorrow than any one in this town ever saw before. ffl j I
j Big Specials for Saturday Only! 1
i When it comes to a question of shiveriny or TiiYoria Volfc I HI
$ snuffffling in the cold winter nights, every wise 1UA,3Ucl wna, i
a person prefers to snutrg-le in-comfort and warmth j with Chenille Dotted Borders. All colors and f Hi I
A beneath a line soft Blanket, Comfort or Quilt black Regular 75c and $1.00, Sf tj Mm
J such as the Bi(-Reliable Store has for sale. The l Saturday ( MM
hiffh quality and the low prices delight our pa- H MM
3 trons, and our bi- Saturday offerings will prove 'v--a ' j Dfj
I exceptionally welcome at this season of the year. Women's Prix-Seam Kid Gloves, B i l
COT 1 ON" COMFORTS the most serviceable Glove for Street Wear and fDI
o $8-25 Il
I countof . 25 pr Gent 1 II
j ,u , ' MILLINERY Saturday Specials! g il
? Regular 75 oent Children's Corduroy E?f !a il l
SHIRT WA5ST Special ! caps, aii colors . .DU f
I Ladies' All Wool Fine Flannel Waists in Red, i - W (III
Navy and Black. Sizes 6i to 42. Very stylish. ,.,., UJL g 11
1 MeSid!art $1.00 aefa. Ladlcs Ready"t0"wear'sA I SI
swv Worth 83.50, 84.00, ?4.50 4p3oOO fl 811
I TAFFETA SILK SALE ! i II
All our Best quality Taffeta Silks, in Black and Good Assortment of Children's and Misses' fl I
all colors. Regular 1. 00 a yaid goods. 5 t il
On Saturday only nt SCllOOl HatS, e PJ.
Also tho better grades of Black Silks In stock, S2.00, -S2.25, $2.50 and S2.75 values ... S J jjfjl
: in fact our Entire Stock of Silk, nothing reserved, I if I
i: ' s Specials! Ml
I NOTION Saturday Specials! Ladics. Klannololte Drapers: I II
d Ladles' Fine Embroidered Linen and A S Special bargain ESfl-p BoaJ! U- ill
rj Swiss Handkerchiefs, regularise and 50c x$ j at ' liClO JtD llv&;. l
Fine grade of Ypsiianti Ladies' Heavy rfk Ladies' Heavy II
I Wool vSv Fleeced. xMA Fleeced I
Union Suits, Ecru Vest, YpM Vest, 9
I regular $3.00, $4.00 and ) V 1 0 1 i
$4.50, another wonderful regular price 50 cents; -r( i" extra sizes, regular 75 fw ' iff I
I offering at J Saturday M cents, W i
j Rgyjar W 35Co W 50c. 1
I Prices. , i II
A table of special Bar- !; Special line of High ;! Fine line of Boys' Extra Bargain Talile of 111
gains in Grade 5 and Girls' 35 cent i 1 U ill
! Boys' Bicycle I I I
Knit - Cashmere Cashmere j Fleece Lined and I I
Underwear V r , i Hose L Cashmere Hose 1 I
for boys and girls. Re- , ,B Iff!
for Ladies and Chil- gular prices 50c, 60c at 5 a Everything new and I iJl
dren, embracing Union 'I and 65c per pair while n p -1 o - d a.t c in Ladies , jffl
Suits. Vests, Pants, i they last, i Misses' and Children's Ho- 1
Sleeping Garments, 0r sicry, Ivinit Underwear, H
etc. S orV Flannelette Goods, etc,,, g IS
Street Gar Men! Attention! I
3 We're going to close out our entire hue of Car Men's Suits. They're heavy Weight, in all sizes, arc jg I
j StWSiloWS $SO.OO. Caps at gl.QO. I ffl
Th Gratst Array of Saturday Bargains I 1
cVor offered by Utah's Greatest Department Store. Come and Come Early! Little Girls como
with parent or some grown person between 10 and II a. m. and be sure to bring your dolls. M (il
SPECIAL: Any little Boy who wants to come and bring his doll With him can have a doll vest too. I
j See Our "Saturday Specials" Show Window Display! I
J The store which has for thirty-five years given its patrons JM j
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