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H(faBDATMOBIX&, OCTOBER 25, 1004. THE SALT LAKE TIUDBUXE. PAGE ELEVEN .
!WN -E then coino to our office.
ftmfeSlM positively ono of the
Jfch;S You can buy-It on a
J 2SS S&t &ck during tho
SI r Rlchtor Co. At room i. 131
KvS? gmTon theater. M94,
feiDlUM-SIZED BASE BURNr
nRKlTUnE OF A
iJn1", hnu"e SCCO; part cash, bal
v ITVF c LUBEN' EXHIBITION
lSrtUM machine .complete. C00O ft.
ilJffa different subjects of moving
u ustratcd songs, 215 colored
''SK-uSS. cost 22S: will sell for
KJi, a two-seated, barouche-top
WtosZoi condition! will sell for
P&eL John S. lanlcy. The Salt
ifcrHHBD 11-ROOM ROOMING
'Mcfceap, at Gl and C3 East 2nd Bo.
SirMiSG-HOUSE. 0 ROOMS, NEWLY
No. S E. 1st So. b!749
3 -jKfjjFAV NO. 6 REMINGTON
J (siEr. cheap.
TRppiano, nearly new
to jypjteraon. 3 W. 2nd So. blim
IJwkAD MERINO RAMS AT CON
Jpay Market blTIl
!lrvG-HOUSE1 S-ROOMS, CEN
.jEldcated. Address IT . TJb-
AP-FURNITURE AND LEASE.
tt.Ks: clean and well llshted. Ad
3 JWonce, V. 2, Tribune. bl-U7
WITURE FOR 7-ROOM HOUSE
Kuse to rent, 1 block from P. O.;
. Bunif modern, upstairs rooms all
3rBM0BILE RUNABOUT, IN PER
(bndltion. will trade. What have
tSee G. C Rlchtcr, over Bon Ton
,K TVOOLED AND SHORT
-fcreVns. sample lots. Old Hay Mar
'Jwlh city and Co. bldy. lleber Ben
l!KERING UPRIGHT PIANO. IN
V?ttapa, 85H Clayton Music Co.. 1(0
Whack, rockaway carriage
4.k?y; all in good order, cheap.. 15
ISo.'at, room 2S. n21Sl
PA'P. EUROPEAN, AND AMERI
fctel, nearly furnished, modern
bout: pood lease; cheap rent; more-tlf-full
regular people; fine tran
uslness; reason for selling, other
in which demands Immediate atten
biy terms. Address T 37, Tribune.
ST '.CHEAP, 1 -ii-HORSE-POWER.
rl 12-horse-powr engine, shaftlnc.
and belting1 complete; Installed In
p- close in, suitable for nianufac
purposs, steam laundry or steam
leaning establishment. The above
wry can be bought with or -without
building. Inquire 159 W. 3rd So.
?BS BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
!$Z W So. Temple. all03
I RIDING PONIES. ' WEIGHT
M pounds; gentl. sound and sure-irco-'onable.
Apply at 24 So. State
IC AND STATIONERY BUSI
illlycly town of 3000;' fine location,
'K.t. ancl sood business. Excellent
mri r.slJn" Address quick. Loo
( ppt. Nampa, Idaho.
hSRY CHOICE RAMBOUILLET
fcred from the W S. Hansen stock;
Bttcr for wool and mutton. C B
BJ SUE PIANO, IN FINE
jftn. 3 Main st 3592
Y CHEAP, UPRIGHT PIANO
Igtooni 210, Atlas block Vai"a
APEST AND BEST TRUNK
-Call City Package Delivery. Both
5?il'G?BRED white lang
ockerels. Call or address 33& So.
S?MnnBTJ7H , PARASOL. ALSO
JtAA 11 hi?5',cJe' ln ood condition;
jlTOAddiygs U 17, Tribune.
iK??131? VORK CALL UP y
Imff,, &, Anderson Plumbing Co.
ij"'' " 1 1 - i
2i Sorensen-Stoutt Co., 48 H 2d. So
tffii?.?,7 Sc0nl South.. Return
institution building. b2169
PnEATp ?ATCrfEL "WITH TN
lli ' Return to postoffico; rewnrd.
S??t-; WHO FOUND A
Bt m' 2y. nliH 13 worth to any
Ma He Fchr' Wh,te Houso
ihSth ?nPi AUTOMOB1L-E,
"turnUtTTtnhCl Fr,da' QVn-
Kt St " in? hi1 Auto,molll Co., G7
gu ana bo rewarded. b2122
?feTERA-MgL&7AlN JUNK CO.
ffi " ,.junk' b.aK5' ru-
Uprtvtd 0hoin247rThe ntemnor Scn
X' niL from today.
-xiuicauons of. an early
? SST1 Call'Wau-Deaa.
C?V) hero at Shi -Sl?2? ' dead at
IBb.itlve V.r it aBfl .of 7(5 years, tie
f o! a dM0h fSVS'W
Tribune's Ogden Bureau
R 2486 "WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111. S
9 Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. I
TTTTr I II II I II i1-"'- 1 UKl''-" IMufcbil , ii.u -uev iwm urn I.J4 umsaBBgwjumjy
AT THE HEALY HOTEL.
When you come to Ogden, opposite the
Union depot. The celebrated Ost'ermoor
felt mattveascs in every room. Sample
rooms and cafe in connection.
NATURAL LITHIA WATER. 3
"Makes everything Good " 5
F. J. Kicsel & Co. Ogdcn. I
Rlcger & Lindley, Salt Lake, THa- j
W. D. BLQSSER, J, L. BLOSSER,
Your Thirst Parlor, 2477 Washington ave.,
HAIL ROAD T1SIETS,
IT you wish to buy or sell a ticket.
SEE J C. BAKER, THE OGDEN
TICKET BROKER. Only mombor of tho
Guarantee Association in Ogdon. 1S7 25th
b'l, ono block from tho Union depot. Tele
FIRED SEVERAL SHOTS AT
BURGLAR, BUT HE ESCAPED
Special to The Tribune.
COALVILLE, Oct. 21. An unsuccessful
attempt was made early yesterday morn
ing to break into .the office of the Coal
ville Co-oj)., ln which tho largo safe is
located. About 1 o'clock a man was at
tempting to pry up the windows and
the noise he mado hammering the wedges
under the window awoke G. Y. Bullork
ahd J. H. Wilde, who wero slcepmg in
the room. They Jumped out of bed and
grabbed a revolver each. It was a beau
tiful moonlight night and the mnn could
be easily seen outside. Bullock . and
Wilde quitly sot out, of the, back door
and told him to throw up liis hands, but
he paid 119 attention tt them and lit out
up the road. Mr. Bullock fired a shot at
him, but missed. In return two shots
Were llred from across tho street bv two
pals of the robber who' were on guard.
AH'thre were going up the street at a
lively gait, with Bullock and Wilde In
pursuit. The latter fired . several more
shots, but without result.
This is the fourth or fifth attempted
burglary in Coalville of late, wind, from
the manner of tho work and the tools
captured, it is thought that tho samo
men have made all of, the attempts.
The men broke Into the section-houso
a;Hl procured the tools which they wero
working with. Tho ' tools were left by
Fred Birch, aged about 6 years, en
gaged in loading mining props in tho
depot yard, while Waiting for the engine
to switch tho car when .the men could
work, was sitting on a pile of- timbers
close to the" track. The jar of the en
gine as it passed shook the Umbers and
the pile rolled down, carrying Birch al
most under the wheels of the locomotive
The stops on the engine struck him be
tween the shoulders. Bofore the engine
could be stopped It had turned him over
several times and his body -was badly
bruised. Tho man who" vas working with
him grabbed him or he would have been
under the wheels. He Is laid up and It
will be several weeks beforo he will be
entirely well again. '
Rulon S. Wells of the first council of
the Boventlc3 was out from Salt Lake
yesterdny and made several changes In
tho twenty-seventh quorum of seventies
located here. Thomas Beard, J. A. A.
Bunot and W. J. Wright were released
from the presidency of the quorum and
ln their stead Edmund Rees. C. H. West
and W. H. Carruth were placed In tho
presidency. Georgo P. Jones was selected
Mrs J. N. Jensen and baby boy, who
have been visiting friends hero for a week,
left yesterday for their home In Ray
mond, Canada. Miss Annlo Carruth of
this place accompanied them and may
remain there for the winter.
Miss Mary Beech went to Snlt Lake
yesterday morning to work for several
months as a nurso.
GARRY AWAY SAMPLES
OF M0DENAS FIRE CLAY
Special to-The Tribune.
MODENA, Oct- 24. Some Eastern capi
talists visited Modena recently and took
away samples of the fire clay and other
clays which are so abundant here, and
It Is believed that Modena will soon bo
heard from ln this llho, as the clay Is
of the best quality for the manufacture of
many articles. Tho banks are tho prop
erty of II. L. Nolfe and ho has adorned
thft San Pedro station with several spec
imens of hlB handiwork, among them be
ing Hennessey and ALophistopheles. ,
R. L. Nolfe has nearly completed his
rpsldenco in the sputhern portion of tho
About one-half of the voters have reg
istered u,p to the prcBent.tlmc.
Mrs. E, H. Hackett of Fay pasncd
through hero yesterday, en route to hor
homo from Salt Lake.
Isaac Oliver and fanlly, who have
been visiting ln tho northern part of tho
State for several weeks, have returned.
Mrs. William Defrlez and grandson,
who have been visiting relatives at Boise,
Ida., have returned.
' Two carloads of -horses wero brought
here from Callcnto Friday to be used on
vtho construction work now ln progress
"near this point.
Preston Nutter shipped last week from
here two carloads of cattle from his
ranch on tho Colorado river, about sixty
mljcs from SU George, to the Uintah
ro.sorvation. Another shipment will bo
A Smiling Face
signifies robust heal th and good
digestion. You can always
carry a smiling face in spite o
care and worry if you keep
your liver right and your
digestion good by using
: Pills ' '..
Sold-Evcry where. In boscs 10c. and 23c,
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL WINS
FOOTBALL GAME, 49. TO 6
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct,'2f.The footbnll gnmo be
tween tho State Industrial school and the
second team of the Ogdcn -High" school .re
sulted ln a victory for the form,er by a
score of- ') to C. i ' ' ' '
The City Council tonight was enlivened
by a little speech 'by Councilman Emmett,
which uncovered a skeleton ln the closet
of the city government-. 1 Councilman Wil
liams of the Second ward had mado a
motion to tho effect - that the recorder
be Instructed to purchase another street
washing machine. Mr. Emmett there
upon made a talk In which ho told the
outsiders some of the. Inside history of the
Wallapus Wallapus. Ho said that tho
city had been beautifully bilked ln the
purchase of the machlno; that It was a
second-hand outfit entirely and that at
the time it broke down tho blacksmith to
whom it had beep taken for repairs showed
him the crack in tho iron jacket and the
wheels showed unmlstakablo evidence of
having been repainted. Mr. Williams ad
mitted the charges, but said that they
wanted to purchase a new machine and
then they would hold out on the purchase
price the difference between the actual
valuo of the second-hand machine and a
new ono. Mr. Williams's motion passed.
Charles M. and Catherine Jones each
presented a claim to the Council for S10U),
for damages alleged to bo due for per
sonal injuries received on Washington
avenue on September 3. They allege that
by reason of a pile of paving mateilnl.and
dpbrls in -the street their carriage . was
capsized and both were thrown "to tho
pavement and severely Injured.
.P. J. Moran,' paving .contractor, was
paid J50W.&1 for, paving work and Che
regular pay rolls, amounting to 5225S.20,
.W. W. Brown filed ;i petition in the
District court this afternoon asking that
John P. Bybco bo appointed administrator
of the estate of William BroWn, deceased.
The estate consists of' $500 In-, personal
property, J5500 real estate and is to bo
divided among five heirs.
The funeral of 'Mrs.' Gilph'a Melmoycr
will be held from' tho residence or- her
son. Joseph MeUnoyer, CC2 Twenty-second
street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The remains of the Infant daughter-of
Surveyor-General E. H. Anderson, who,
died In Sat Lake today, will ar'rlve In
Ogdcn at 2:10 tomorrow afternoon,
H. J. Alloc has ' petitioned tho DIstrlot
court for tho appointment of A. R. Hay
wood as administrator of the estate bf
his fathor Leon Allec. The estate con
sists of ?120P in cash.
Lorenzo : Palsotti, aged CC, and Miss
Marguerite Prochet, aged 21, were granted
a license to wed.
A small army of hoboes attempted to
take possession of a Southern Pacific
wreck this evening, .and we're ordering
evcr pedestrian out of the neighborhood
when a riot call was. sent to tho police
station. When "the wagoh arrived the only
one left was Pat "Donohue, suffering from
a bad caSd of the Jim-jams. He was taken
to the .-station, and, when searched, a
large amount .of cheap jewelry was found
in his possession.
Tho Republicans are preparing to hold
their big smoker at county headquarters
I o o
The Postal Telegraph company will open
its office hero on November 1. Richard
Oogan of Chicago will bo the manager.
Mr. ' Cogan has been connected with the
Associated Press In Salt Lake and Chi
cago for several years past. Formerly ho
was with the United Press. This city was
Mr. Cogan's homo and old friends will
gladly welcome him and. his cstemed fami
ly. They will arrive in Ogden today.
The funeral of George Ternes took
place at tho Catholic church at 10 o'clock
this morning. The big church was
crowdexl with friends of tho deceased,
who Us toned to an eloquent eulogy of
tho dead boy, delivered by Father Cu'sh
nnhan The Knights of" Columbus and' tho Og
dcn Iodire. Utah Commercial Travelers,
attended tho funeral. .In a body. The
interment took place at Mountain View.
The Southern Carnival company ar
rlvdd ln Ogden this morning and erected
Its hall on 'the City Hall square. Tho
company win snow jn Ogden all week.
t - '
"Pretty Peggy" is the bill at the Grand
. . ,
William Stimpson of Riverdale was
spriously injured in a runaway on Twenty-sixth
street today, ills team ran awax
colliding with a telephone pole "In tho
cenler of the street, throwing Mr. Stimp
son to tho ground, dislocating" his left
hip and breaking tw'o ribs. Ills Injuries
are serious; but not fatal.
Edward Beasley and .Rao Neal, both of
Hooper, wero married today by Deputy
qour.ty Clerk Bluth.
;Gcorgo, J. Kelly has gone east for an
Mrs. J. E Stubbs, wife of General Mnn
ngcr StiibJi of the Southern. Pacific,
passed through Ogden today en route
West ln private car "Sunset."
,T.he following marriage licenses were
Issued today: W. T. Spackman and Har
riett A. Bcsritt, both of .North- Qgdcni
Oliver A. Connlsh and Llzzlo Rold of
Mendon, Cncho county.
)Tho dispute between tho county nnd tho
Oregon Short Lino . rogardlng the own
ership of a certain strip of land near tho
poor farm, came up before, tho -board of
County Commissioners, which decided
to allow tho railroad company to go
ahead and occupy the land, as it would
bo less expensive than a Bult to quiet
The bid of Halverson brothers for In
stalling the boiler ln the basement of
the county courthouse Was accepted at
?73.50 for the. installation of the plant,
Tho Southern Pacific pay car arrived In
Ogden this morning in charge of Assist
ant Auditor Wollor,
Horbert Dixon, aged 27, died today of
spinal meningitis. The remalnB will be
shipped to Rock Sprlng3 tor burial.
Henry Kopp, charged with assault with
a deadly weapon was today fined tZO by
Judge Rolapp. The offense was commit
ted about two years ago.
Nophl TJarsbri, foreman of the carpenter
shop at .tho Slato.dcaf and dumb school,
lost the index finger 'of bin right hand
today while operating a planing machine.
Tho finger was so badly mangled as to
Married in .Salt Temple Last June. .
Special to The, Tribune,
'PLEASANT GROVE, Oct.'- 21. Tn the
funeral notice of Mrs. Alfred W, Harper,
published In Saturday's Tribune, an error
occurred ln the dato of the marriage.
Miss Mary Hay was married In tho Salt
Lake Temple June C, J00I. to. Alfred W.
Hui-per, instead of sevornl years ago as
was published, j
I PARK CITY
ACUTE PNEUMONIA CAUSES
SUDDEN DEATH AT PARK
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Oct. 21 Dennis Hurley,
an old and well-known resident of tho
camp, was brought down- to the hospital
last evening suffering from an acute at
tack of pneumonia, and within two hours
thereafter was dead. Hurley was a sln
gc man, 61 years old. and had no rela
tives here. His body was removed to
Richardson's undertaking - parlors, where
It Is held until -word can bo received
from his slst-r, who lives ln Virginia
City, Nev. .
Thero nre two new patients at tho
hbsnltal todav. Dan Cronin was brought
down from the Silver King with a
broken shoulder caused by a cave-In, and
Mike Fltzpatrick, from tho Daly WcDt,
Dr. aud Mrs. McEncry came 'up 'this1
morning and are lho guests ot Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Bird. This evening Mrs. Bird
entertained In their honor.
Charles Berryman is ln the -camp- to
day, meeting his many old friends.'
E. D. Sutton & Co. received a bear
weighing about 300 pounds today from Jo
seph Rlchins of Echo, and aro dispens
ing boar meat to those who want It The
bear was killed yesterday, not for from
Mrs. Alpha Chambers arrived ln Park
yesterday from Stcekton. Mr. Chambers
"will return in a day or two and they
will again make Park City their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raddon left yes
terday afternoon for Salt Lake City, where
they will reside in tho future. Mr. Rad
dpn has sold Out all of his Interests here
and will go Into business In the city.
.William .Buzzo, ono of the ohMlmo res
idents of Gorgoza. suddenly dropped dead
at that place about 9 o'clock 'Saturday
forenoon. J3r. Ward of this plaee was
summoned and found ' heart" failure to"
be the cause of death. He dpenicd it un
necessary to hold an inquest. Mr. Buzzo
Was 73 years old and leaves a rather Urge
Miss Hannah LeCompte, whoN Is -attending
school at Rowland Hall, came up this
morning on a visit to her parents.
'Mrs. Thomas Cuplt returned this morn
ing from her visit to Sail Lake City.
Prof. Wilson of the University of Utah
came out thla morning for n visit with
friend1? in the camp. Mrs. Wilson, who
has. boon visiting Mrs. John . Thomson
for tho past ten days, will return with
him tomorrow afternoon.
Lecture by Sunday-School Missionary
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, OcL 21. J. H. Wor
rnll of Philadelphia, an American Sunday
School union missionary. Is making a
short stay in American Fork. -Last even
ing Mr. Worrall gave an interesting' lec
ture In the Presbyterian church fo a largo
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Chlpman havo
left for an Eastern trip. They will vialt
the World's fair at St. Louis, as well as
other cities of the East.
Mrs. Sarah Ann Elsmore of Salt Lake
City, who Is ijo well known in this place,
her former home; is visiting with relaUvcs
and friends during this week.
The Second ward held its quarterly con
ference yesterdny. Among the business
transacted was the releasing and electing
of new officers for the Sunday-school.
The officers elected wero: John M. Thorn
ton, superintendent. Thomas S. Prlday
and Alma M. Smith, aids The bishop's
counselor vacancy, which has existed
since tho death of James C. Wagstaff,
was filled by W. S. Chlpman.
READ IT! READ IT! READ IT!
Those people living away from the
railroads ln the Rocky mountains and
at great distances from Utah through
out the United States, who are Inter
ested in the exciting and hlatory
making. anti-church domination cam
paign now under way in Mormon lands,
ebould subscribe for Tho Salt Lake
Semi-Weekly Tribune, at ;i,50 per
year ln advance.
" ' Pullman Observation Caro
Are still being operated between Ogden
and Denver via Colorado Midland. All
the mountains in daylight. - Diverse
route tickets cost no more. See that
ticket reads at least one way via Col-
. In Readiness to Sail.
ST. JOHNS, N. F.. Oct. 24.-Tho British
cruiser Charybdia, Commodore Paget, re
ceived orders this evening to bo ln readi
ness to proceed to England on a mo
ment's notice. The training ship Ca
lyppo has been ordered to arrange for
the mobilization of WO men of the New- .
foundland naval reserve. There Is much
excitement In naval circles hero.
In a Sinking- Condition.
LONDON. Oct. 21 The steamship Es
peran.a, which Is duo to call from Barry
with, provision?! for tho Russian Baltic
fleet, was found today to bo in a sink
ing condition, her hull being pierced be
low tho wator line. Tho Injury Is not
explained, but it must havo been done
I World's A I
Dinner Sets j
5 Glassware I
ji Ornaments 2
j Prices never so cheap !
1 Need the room
; New Holiday Goods j(
! Come early r
just to looK. j
iireat American Importing Tea Co. i
'i Money Saving Store. y
t- 1 M M t M H n M t M M M I
I WEATHER RECORD fl
Weather for today Generally fair,
Yestprday's record at the local office
of tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, CI dcg.; mini
mum temperature. AO dcg.; mean tempera
ture, K deg., which Is tho normal
Accumulated excess of temperature
since October 1, none, . . ,
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, 20 dcg.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to 6
Pi m., none '
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since October 1. .03 Inch.
'Accumulated excess of precipitation
since January 1..2.51 Inches,' -.
.bUcno ! 7C Miles -City 51
Ashevlllo -16 Modena CO
Atlanta K Montgomery 61
BlHmarck- 'CO Moorhead 52
Boise CG New Orleans' ffi
Boston CO New York 54
Buffalo Norfolk . ...58
Cairo 5S Ndrthflold ... SO
Calgary 10 North Blattc ,...,71
Clhai leston CC Oklahoma. .1 72
Chlc.-igo 00 Omaha'..'. Gl
Cincinnati C2 Phoenix N
Denver .7i Pittsburg 0
Detroit IG Pocatcllo ".1
JDodge 7A Portland .. : C2
Duluth -12 Rapid City fS
Klklns 12 Roseburg 5''
El Paso ..: ; 70 St. Louis ......... EC
Galveston .. ..72 St. Paid AO
' Grand Junction... CS Si.. Sto. Marie 3G
Havre El San Francisco ... CS
Helena C2 Santa Fo CO
Huron Gl Scrnnton I'
Jacksonville CC Spokane C2
Karaloops &8 Swift Current 50
Kansas City fri Victoria Jto
Knoxvllle 51 Washington 52
lender CS Winncmucca 70
LICUo Rock'.. 8S Winnipeg' .:..J.::., 25
Los Angeles SS Yuma' .... .. ....'&0
Elgin Butter Market.
ELGIN, 111., Oct. 24. Butter advanced
one-half .cjnt on tho Board of Trade
today, selling for 21. cents, a pound.
Sales in the district for tho week were
Duo to Bright's Disease the Fearful
I Increase Shown by the Census.
1800 DEATHS 22,330
1891 i . . . DEATHS 25,971
1892 DEATHS 29,613
1893 DEATHS 33,255
1894 DEATHS 36,897
1895 DEATHS 40,589
1S96 DEATHS 44,180.
1897. ., .DEATHS 47,622- .
1898 DEATHS 51,464
1899 DEATHS 55,106
1900 DEATHS 58,748
Tho census gives tho figures fqr -JSS0
and 1000. The intervening figures show
the Increase, as averaged by years.
A horrifying picture nearly 60.000 dead
within ono year, and an army of several
times that number of now re'orults al
ready primed with "Kidney trouble-' for
What does it 'all mean? Just this that
countless thousands -have "Kidney trou
ble," and 'not one Jn-a hundred knows
that It is Brlffhfs Disease and that If
It cots chronic (does not get well In 2
or 3 months) that the victim has been
enrolled in this awful army of death and
that there Is then only one thing known
that stands between tho patient and
death, viz.. Fulton's Renal Compound for
Bright's Disease. F. J. Hill Drug Co
are local agents for Fulton's Compound
Tho dangerous symptoms aro weakness
or loss of weight, puffy ankles, hands or
eyelids, kidney trouble after the third
month, fnljlng vision, drowsiness. One or
more of these.
I MMEi 0AILY STORE NEWS. "T l
' ' ' "I ' NfH
(3sb& jJlfc could suggest uothin.-g 1 f lH
' iSMr nfijir ' dressier than one of these I H
cL " Belt 0'ei,cat:s in a I t
rfv'' Pretty mixture or plain color. "
W& st notice. ' tliat fu'll- ' I Hvk
; VifStV r.: - shaped back, 'how it haiigs ' I '
'-1of' from these slightly concave 1 IH
I iftl broad shoulders ; I M
' iWWM ' n!mt shaply'snnsf,ttrm S (H
. p iJm ' . And the,.pei;fe.ct hang and
lv 'ifcl :cV"fI setting of the front. "' "I ' j,
tetllJ'll .wtl " You'd, have v that dressed- 8 1 1(
;" ":'f;fll;?v-. . UP feeling sure enough in I 1 1- 1
'' ':- Snch vuluc for thc mo"ey ! jj
rois' "eer see them before you "I ill
I Others from ?G:50 lo ?50. I i
! 0NG I P 'CAftRNFO 1M3 III
mw. Jo . H a ISiKlPlLM main street :H
-THE QUALITY sfORE Hfl
'mi i iini it bid' 1 1 riOTnrrn in TTEiniixJXLiujLiiMjjjaMMaBMa,g H
i 1 1 , t I'i'H
If you want your baby to grow
and be strong, healthy and
happy, use Mellin's Food.
jo beautifully printed paces of helpful hints
about "Thc Care nnd Feeding of Infanta,"
bound Jn cloth, will be sent you' free If you
ask for it.
MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
The St. Nicholas Hotel
Is now open. European rates, 75 cents
a day and up. Corner West Second
South and West Temple, over F. J.
Hill Drug Co.
N IE R l
We have this Turban I '
$1.50 to $7.50, :' H
Can make them in any color to I
match your suit. j
I A Most Remarkable Shoe Offering I I
" IsTo other shoe store in the West has equal facilities for procuring footwear with head- ( r
quarters established in New York city and Boston under the personal supervision of our Mr. '
J Ben Davis. It enables us-to purchase well-known and reputable shoes from manufacturers who I ' H
are in need of cash at a BIG REDUCTION. ' 1
To facilitate the disposal of these Bargain purchases we have opened our
I SHSEMENT SHLES ROM j , I
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Where you will always be able to obtain shoes and footwear of all kinds at prices LESS (in most c
instances) than the MANUFACTURER'S COST. H
The first of these shipments have arrived a nd are now on sale. !' ,jH
I 60 Pairs of Men'g S Xt'r'- JI
; : shoes. m ' : W ! I
$ These shoes are sold all over the country at 3.50 and 4.00 a pair; but "as they come to us ' i
t so they go to you" a Bargain. Besides the Walk-over shoes, we hnve 1000 pairs men's shoes, -:!
standard 3.50 to 5.00 values; all go at 2.G5 the pair. . 1 , 1
I 400 Pairs Ladles' Shoes 520 Pairs Ladies' Shoes I .
2.50 and 3.00 values go at, a pair 3.50 up to 7.50 values go at . . fl
I $1.65 $2.65 . f . I
9 ... This lot includes ''FOSTERS" and other JtIH
All sizes. . standard makes in all leathers, stvles and lasts. q t '
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S DOZENS of OTHER BIG SHOE VALUES are in this shipment, but as they arrived late it i
5 is impossible to enumerate them here. Come to our basement salesroom and save 25 to 50 PER
I CENT ON EVERY PAIR. ' '
I BEN DAVIS, Vffl 4$H0j$jj&M
AARON LEVITT, P0
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