Newspaper Page Text
W 'do !
51 RDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1901. rj3 SAXJL JATCE XJKJLB CHSTBc PAG-E ELTSYErt
Lim 'of the A. -etin"s tho thini
" Utir "old Btnl cd tin -S hflU
hd street. Sojourn-
SyW'jgE Cha?tcr Row Cro.
FRCD CLEM SCHRAMM.
BcJvK . t.' Titih Consistory No. 1.
1 Kwn invited. -e-rtvooD, V7 M-
imdIc Mil. lodges and so
J Members of Bister dIn in
totttoren oWN, W. M.
tWE. Secretory. .
art "E Alt nobles sojourn
llftlH'c. F JENNINGS. Potentate.
3 1 H. J. CREAG1SR. N. G.
a cxtiTH. Secretary.
, wn No. 3. Monday.
I fitt S No i7. 'Wednesday.
ji'INodw No. 22. Monday.
T encampment No. 1, second and
encampment No. 2. first ,
TEUBE1CAH LODGES. , ,
U Refekah lodgo No. l. second find
' j Jf S3S8ah lodgo No. 5. first and
n-ww 1 Slturdaya. .
5 DBIkTcIRLe'nO. 41 MEETS
H r Bay, 8 o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
? LVER MAPLK CIRCLE NO. 1S
twiy Friday night at I. O. O. P.
ItERKAL UNION OF AMERICA.
iSEiJ reRGREE.V LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
" 7 Monday at I. 0. O. F. temple.
ErTd S B- w- MAYO, F, M.
l V, IE, JENKINS, Secretary.
t Monday, K. of P. hnll,
K II A. JOPLIN. C. C.
cAt THOMPSON, K. Of R. & S. uKto
)R KCOLX LODOE NO. 23. K. OF P.,
ftSBtf SalUrday evenmff 8 o'clock,
M)CKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 2.
Jjrr Tburalay evening, K. of P. hnlL
V.tetgttGIlTS OP THE MACCABEES.
rf T M. SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
0 Thureday. I. 0. O. F. hall. Vislt
'T -T LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
KtT llrst a"d third Tuesday, 8 p.
j- 0. 0. F. hall.
3 H 5 '
BaijJ JATERKAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
liT LAKE AERIE NO. C7. EVERY
m ; )'. S P. m.. A. 0. U. W. hall.
J, FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.
a3 HLY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
jUW Tuesday, S p. m . A. O. U. W.
a jj9 J
jt I ROYAL ARCANUM.
i!iflR0FNC.,L' 1517- 2ND AND 4TH
ftrlF Jennings block.
rPiiBROTHERIIOOD OF AMER.
""Bi TrhJ-,DGE,K0' 78- EVERY 1ST
Bg Star Mining & Milling Com
Li. . ptmy'
? ' WtnlL rtV,5ttivV.l.,.0ldcrs of the aoltlpn
4 Ute TnfV;n2 M ,lln!' company, a cor-
1?. ! Mi2nVilh,.W 11 be hcl at the ofllce
; J wPan; at Joseph, Sovlor county,
V Dtfmw oclcck noon Frl-
tci aJ,d yjjg and confirming nil of
sffiMth.1 ."ockholflera of said
n 4Mtrk ami V?Ti,ou? mcctlnsa of sold
I! at)UlSn h?M2i or' held at Salt
n s aDrotiH0r l.hc l,urposo of voting
A Kftn,n0,j?la?1V0 snld cor
:.T of Utah - 10 he statutes of the
1 '4 t lilt iW' ru a mce'l"K o' sld
? bU.n3 thtlh trJl"tlon of
XX Jut: WALTER G. FILER,
ttLLIAM C mm" c President
T lt t Rnif i iIGSr Secretary,
i !g a Salt Lake City, Utah, October
WU 8Ut Mlng & Milling com-
wnui? Sy slven that lh
WJ pinv -n 8tnr Mining nnd
JZM ttidfp;, corporation of Utah.
felines iickholl3crs and dlrcc-
2St-in5idlssoWe tho?mS? upon Proposi.
Kl Ju the resoi ntLof lah- ns pro
l iJ,.tho bda?d n? "7, adPted at I ho
'KvM'i and ?i A d,rectors on Oc-
iM tht meeting5 1 mtvy b0 brought
"C2felV,. WXltER G. FILER.
KtM AM C Ripnv c proBldenl.
: jWti: iK Salt Law? RX Secretary.
CIly Utah. October
Tribune's Ogden Bureau I
H C486 "WASETTNGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111.
M AdvertiBing Hatca Furnished on Application.
I ' .
AT THE HEALT HOxEL,
When you conio to OKden, opposite the
Union depot.. Tho celebrated Ostermoor
felt mattresses In every room. Sample
rooms and cafe In connection.
I- ""drink ' "(
NATURAL LIT1IIA WATER.
"Makes overythlng Good."
F. J. Klcscl & Co.. Odden,
Rlccer & Llndley, Salt Lake, Distributers
W. D. BLOSSER, J. L BLOSSER,
Vour Thirst Parlor. 2477 Washington ave.(
Mil HOAO TSOKETS.
If you wish to buy or sell a ticket.
SEE J. C RAKER, THE OGDEN
TICKET BRdKER. Only member of the
Guarantee Association In Ogden. 1S7 20th
Bt.. one block from tho Union depot. Tele
THIEVES LOOT STORE AND
SALOON AT COALVILLE
Special to The Tribune.
COALVILLE, Oct. 2S. Burglars broke
Into tho Pcoplo's Mercantile company'D
storo Wednesday night, between tho hours
of 2 ami 4 oclock. They took a pane of
glass out of the back v.'lhdovs nnd gained
entrance. They seemed -to hnvo taken
plenty of time and got away with enough
goods to Inst them for somo time. They
took about five overcoats, ten pairs of
Hhocs, several suita of clothes, u num
ber of hats, underclothes, pocket-knives,
razors and nil the Jewelry In tho store:
also about $2 that was left In tho cash
drawer. They then went to Swalnston
& Huffman's saloon and got away with
considerable whisky, cigars, etc. Taking
their load down to tho section-house, they
broke tho lock on tho hand-car belong
ing to the Grass Creek section, put it on
the track nnd, after loading their plun
der, lit out toward Echo, Tho value of
the goods stolen Is estimated at about
Nothing was known of the robbery until
nbout 7 o'clock yesterday morning. The
City Marshal apd deputy sheriff were no
tilled and word was sent to tho Sheriff
at Park City, and ho camo down on tho
train and at once began a search for
the thieves. They drove to Echo and
found the hand-car down the dump at
the mouth of tho canyon. Word was sent
to all the surrounding towns to bo on
the lookout for tho thieves.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 23. Thomas Moore, J. B.
Wilson and Paul Moft'att. the latter u lad
of 17. wero arrested here tonight by Capt.
Brown. Detective Pender. Sergts. Wilson
and Chambers and Officer Hutchlns and
are held for tho officers of Summit coun
ty for burglarizing the People's Mercan
tile company's store at Coalville Wednes
According to tho confession of young
Moffatt. tho plot to rob tho store was
hatched In Ogden last Wednesday. Moore
and Wilson went to Coalville, burglarized
the store by getting through a window,
londed about J300 worth of clothing, Jow
elry and cutlery on a handcar, ran to
Echo, whero they dumped the car over
tho bridge, loaded tlnlr plunder on tho
brakebeams of a freight car, rode to Og
den and cached the .stuff In an old Ice
house near the Weber liver, whero Is was
recovered later by the police.
Deputy Sheriff Wild will como down
from Coalville tomorrow to get the men.
EplLrnim's Mayor Operated On.
Special to Tho Tribune.
EPI1RA1M, Oct. 2S. Mayor Alfred Dohl
of Ephrnim was successfully operated
upon at tho Holy Cross hospital In Salt
Lake Monday for a cancer In tho stom
ach. According to lato reports the pa
tient is getting along nicely.
Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Anderson died yesterday.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mr..
Laurci:cc Olaen died Friday.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Clarcnco Thompson yoslcrday.
A bo by girl was born to Mr, and Mrs.
Hans Llnhart Friday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor,
u son, yesterday.
A wedding reception was tendered to
Mr. and Mrs. Wcllls Anderson at Manti
Wednesday. Mrn. Anderson was Mlsa
Magglo Shan of Mnntl and Mr. Ander
son lives here.
Among those In atlondanoo from Eph
riam wero Frank Clark, Fred Rasmussen,
Aaron Nelson, Chris Olson. David Paul
sen, Seymour Dourls, Wlllfrcd Olson,
Alonzo Larson. Oscar Nolson and tho
MIpscb Trcssc Larson. Laura Brotherson,
Grnco Stakcr, Andrao Johnson, Clauda
Andorson, La Proal Willardson, Mario
and Potra Anderson, Ida Bcal and Anna
A man can't work right with a lame
TakcB all the life out of him.
Doan's Kidney Pills make lame backs
At any drug store, GO cenls.
Pullman Observation Cars
Are still being operated between Ogden
and Denver via Colorado Midland. All
the mountains In daylight. Diverse
rcute tickets cost no more. See that
ticket reads at least ono way via Col-
Celobrated Eighty-Second Birthday.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPANISH FORK, Oct, 28. Patriarch '
Georgo W. Wllklns celebrated his olghty
fccond birthday today. Barring a little
rheumatism, Mr. "Wllklns says ho feels as
woll as ho ever did. Ills children, grand
children and many friends wish hlni
nany happy returns of his birthday anniversary
ITCH! ITCH!! ITCH!!!
M SCRATCH! SCRATCH!!
fVsU This is the condition of
5 thousands of skin-tortured
' U men, women, and children
who may be instantly re
lieved and speedily cured by warm
baths with Cuticura Soap and gentle
.applications of CuncuRA Ointment,
the great Skin Cure.
TO INCREASE OGDEN'S
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 2$. The Rio Grande West
ern doesn't propose to tako a back seat
in the way of Improvements, nild is pre
paring to Increase Its terminal facilities
in Ogden. A new roundhouse Is to be
built west of tho tracks, and shops arc
to be constructed here, so rumor says.
The story appears to bo well founded, as
a number of parties occupying the ground
upon which it Is said tho new shops aro
to be constructed havo been ordered to
There will be a basketball game to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock between
the Deaf and Dumb school and the Wil
lard teams. Tho gamo will be played at
tho Deaf and Dumb school.
First Church of Christ. Scientist, cor
ner Twenty-fourth street and Lincoln ave
nue. Sunday morning cervices. 11
o'clock, subject, "Adam and Fallen
Man;" Sunday-school, 10 a. m.;
Wednesday evening meetings, S o'clock.
All Invited. Reading-rooms, sulto 121,
Eccles building, open dally from 10 a. ni.
to 12 m. nnd 2 p. m. to 5 p. in. All
There will be a sacred concort at the
First Methodist church Sunday evening.
These were very popular last winter nnd
there Is no doubt but there will be a
largo congregation. Scats free. Services
begin at 7:20.
John S. Seese and family arc In the
city on their way homo to Oakland, Cal.,
from tho St. Louis fair. Mr. Sce.-o is
connected with tho Pullman company in
Oakland and was formerly with tho snmo
Tho Board of County Commissioners
has appointed tho following judges of
First -Charles A. Stephens. TL.; Jerome
Brown. It.; Henry Taylor, D.
Second Joseph Harris, R.; Kato Howe.
11.: Moroni Brown. D.,
Third Alice ColllnaR.; Addio E. Mc
Dowell. R.; John C. Baker. D.
Fourth-Addle Angel. R.; W. A. Scud
cer. Jr.. R.; George Shorten. D.
Flflh-G. II. Driver, R; Florence Stan
ford, R ; Ben Tcrnes. D.
Sixth- Ellen M. Shepherd, R.; J. II. Ep
Seventh-C. C Xowlln, Ji.; William
Hill, II.; G. W, Kind, D.
Elghth-C. Li. Lowe, It.; Bessie M. Lea
Itt, R.; C. D. Tyree. D.
Ninth J. P. Middlolon, R.; Ada Poole.
K. ; John Young, D.
Tenth Joseph B, Dana, R.; Eriiolla O.
Bedford, R. ; Chauncoy Parry, D.
Eleventh V. E. Hatch, It.; J. P. Keller,
II : Samuel Strecper, D.
Twelfth J. C. Simmons, R.; Moroni
Stone. It.; W. W. Crane, D.
Thirteenth John Fnrr. R.; Orson Wil
liams, R.; W. W. Spires, D.
Fourteenth P. A. Cook, R.; Joseph
Baxti-r. R. ; R. D Brown. D.
Fifteenth E. T. Woollov. It.; L. B.
Balch. R; II. II. Goddard. D.
Sixteenth J. J. Brummltt, It.; Saman
tha J. Fan-ell. It.; C. F. Grout. D.
Seventeenth L. W. Emley, R.; LotUo
F. Smith. R. ; W. B. Hughes, D.
Eighteenth E. A. Stratford, It.: Eliza
beth Reeder, R.; John Seaman, D.
Nineteenth Josl'j Or. Kimball, It.; Isaac
F. Farr. R. ; E. J, Wntklns. D.
Twentieth Ruf us Ford. It.; Mnrgaretla
Austin. R ; L. II. Ashton. D.
Twcnly-nrst-N. II. Ives. R.; P. J.
I.ammi'i'9, R.; George A. Poulter, Sr. D
Twenty-second E. F. Bratz. R.; G. 13.
Denkem. R.: leah Seigers, D.
Twenty-third I. L. Lunnlng. R. ; Vcrna
Horrlck, R. ; E. T. Spencer. D.
Twenty-fourth Dora P. Ilolther. R.; J.
W. Wilcox. R.; Josslo Stephens, D.
Twenty-fifth Reuben T. Evans, R.;
Louis A. Miller, It.; D. A. Smyth. D.
Buroh Creek M. L. Harblsln. 11.: Wil
liam Allen, R.; Philip Garner. D.
Eden-A. J. Stalllngs, R.; II, C. Farrell.
R.; Peter Hansen, D.
Farr West-W. G. Child, Jr., R.; Leah
Harrisville David Crowther, R.; F. A.
Miller. R.; Andrew Agren. D.
llonper, No, 1 John Moore, R.; John
Byington, R. ; David Jones, D.
Hooper, No. 2 Mark Child, R.; Isabella
Lowe, It.; Richard Hooper, D. .
Hunts vlllp. No. 1 A. C. Schnde, R.; Al
bert II. Gainer. R. ; .1. H. Jorgenson, D
Huntsvllle. No. 2. James Bailey, It.;
Albern A. Allen, D.
Kancfc'Vlllc R. A- Jones, R.; Lawrence
Liberty E. J. Marshall, R.; Andrew
Clark, It.; W. O. Shaw. D.
Man lott J. D. Powell. R
North Ogden James Storey, R.: A. II.
Rogers. R.; David Shape, D.
Plain City. No. 1. Thomas Stoker. R.;
V. C. Carver, R.; MIlo R. Sharp. D.
Plain City. No. 2.-D. O. Wad man. It.;
J W. I.uckhart, R.
Plcnsnnt View Samuel Slier. R.; Ash
man Rose. R. ; Mormon Cragun, D.
Randall Frank Moore, It.; J. A. Bihlor.
It.; David Randall D.
RIvoi dale Richard Dve. It.; C. J.
Adams, It.; D. W. Russell. D.
Roy- John C. Child. R-: James B. Rua
soll, R.; Thomas Hollands. D.
Slatervlllo A. J. Iludipan. R.; John
Slater. It.; J. J. Hutchlns, D.
Uintah Alma IT Keycs, R.; James
Combe. It.: Robert Gain. D.
Warren Ralph B. Gibson, U.; Paul
Barrow, R. ; W. T. Wayment. D.
West Wobcr, No. 1 Thomas W. Cook,
R.; Thomas Jones, Jr., It.; William R.
Telford, Jr.. D.
Wesc Weber, No. 2 Peter R. McFar
land, R.; Edward Clark, It.; Georgo I'ur
Wilson John Holmes, It.; D. N. Drako,
R.; Joseph Thompson, D.
Owing to the inability to secure another
date, "York Stato Folks," tho pastoral
play, will bo presented at tho Grand
opera-house Sunday evening. Tho seat
sulo begins tomorrow morning.
The Amoricnn Broscope company will
show at the Grand op?ra-house in Ogden
on tho night of Saturday. October 29.
This entertainment will be of particular
Interest to Ogden. as ono of the cenes
will bo a moving plcturo of the Ogden
flro department, which was taken at tho
exhibition run made about two weeks ago.
Tho stockholders of tho United Labor
Mercantile company met tonight to adjust
tho dlfllcultlOH of tho concern. Tho credi
tors, principal of which aro Fred J. Klesel
and John Scowcroft & Sons' company,
agreed to settle on a basis of 75 cents on
tho dollar. This was accepted and the
credltoi'H agreed to place tho store In
charge of Mr. Klesel, and ho will tomor
row placo a man In cmvrgc of tho busi
ness, which will be handled for tho bene
fit of tho creditors. In the moanllnio an
effort will be made to lnduco tho stock
holders to Increase- fhelr stock ono nhare
each, which would clear off the Indebted
ness and put the concern back In charge
of tho stockholders. Tho Indebtedness Is
about SJ300 and tho assets about $23CO.
Edward Wynn was arraigned before
Judge Rolapp this morning on the charge
of araault and battery and was found
guilty and will bo sentenced tomorrow.
Wynn was accuiscd of brutally beating an
Inmato of Electric avenuo known as Lena
James E. Scott and MIhh Nina Mix, both
of Murray, Utah, wqro today granted a
license to wed.
Roy Warner, an elevator boy at the big
Scowcroft warohouso on Wall ovenue,
was severely Injured nbout 4:30 o'clock
this afternoon. In some unaccountablo
manner tho lad got hla right arm caught
between the lift and the tloor while tho
I cage was golnif up, severely bruising tb
I PARK CITY
-TBIBUNE BTJEEAU, 1
3 CI N Main Street, Telephone 73.
lNEW ENGiNES AND NEW
HOIST AT SILVER KING
' Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Oct. 2S. A groat deal of
work Is going on at present at tho Silver
King Consolidated. A new engine has
been put in. and as soon as possible a new
hoist will bo Installed. Tho now engine is
much better than the old one, and tho
new hoist will bo of such a character a3
to double the present capacity of the mine.
This will be ndvnntageous Juat at present
In baling out tho water, which is caus
ing a great deal of trouble. These im
provements will ennble the work at this
property to bo continued during tho winter
I at a much moro rapid rate than 'n the
The body of the lato Norman Jeff, who
died so suddenly at the Daly West day
before yesterday, was shipped to Salt
Lake for interment.
J. M. Lockharl returned this morning
from a brier visit to the metropolis.
a a e
Mrs. L. B. Wight and children returned
tills morning from n. ten days' visit with
relatives In Salt Lake.
Prof. Lyman of the University of Utah
will address the teachers of tho Park City
public schools at their regular monthly
meeting tomorrow forenoon.
Half the Voters Fail to Register.
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Oct. 2S. The poli
ticians of this place, in looking over the
registration books, find that a great many
voters have failed to register and that in
order to poll tho customary voto In Amer
ican Fork a great deal of missionary
work will have to bo done before tho close
of the registration days. Of about 1115
eligible voters In American Fork only
about CIO havo so -far registered.
The strike which was reporledn to
day's Tribune as having taken placo In
the old Miller property, Is reported to be
continually Increasing in magnitude. Judge
Buskin of Salt Luke, who, with Charles
D. Hanks of this place, spent yesterday
Inspecting the canyon mines, reported last
evening that this strike surpossed any
thing ever found in the Miller properly In
Its former days. The company sent down
sixteen teams yesterday, loaded heavily,
and It is the intention to load one cur
each day for shipment.
John Wrigley of Albion. Ida., formerly
a resident of this place, camo down yes
terday for a visit with his mother, Mrs.
The quarterly conference of the Alpine
stake will convene hcroxtomorrow nnd
wrist and rupturing a blood vossol. Dr.
Wherry dressed his injuries and ho Is get
ting along nicely,
The funeral of Merlin Rawson took
place this afternoon from tho resldenco of
Dr, Skeen on Orchard avenue. Bishop
Watson presided nnd T A. Shrlevo alid G.
H. lslnub delivered addresses.
James Morlella, who was arrested on
the charge of assault with a deadly
weapon, was released from custody todaj
on $250 ball.
Under Sheriff J. W. Kerr of Chateau,
Mont., today telegraphed that ho would
be In Ogden tomorrow on his way to
Salt Lake to got requisition papers for
Jack Pavne, wanted there for robbery.
Many Mothers of Like Opinion.
Mrs. Pllmer of Cordova, Iowa, says:
'"One of my children was subject to
croup of a severe .type, and the giving
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
promptly, always brought relief. Many
mothers In thlo neighborhood think the
same as I do about this remedy and
want no other kind for their children,"
For sale by all leading druggists. I
Bad Tenants .evicted
And rent collected. Merchants' Pro
tective AOiOciatlon. Francis G. Luke,
General Manager. Top Floor Commer
Hurrying Home to See Baby.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2S. Francis Bur
ton Harrison, Democratic nominee for
Lieutenant-Governor, Is hurrying
homeward from hla campaign tour
through the up-State- cities, to greet a
baby daughter Just born at his resi
dence in Fifth avenue.
When we say economical,
please understand it to mean
YourporrctuinJ your money If ou don't lika It.
I "Wife of Methodist Minister "Very 111.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Oct. 2S. Mrs. Charles H. Lew
is, wife of the Methodise minister of thl3
city, Is reported to be In a dying condi
tion, and but little hopes nro entertained
that sho will live tho day through.
Leo Bell, reporter for The Salt Lake
Tribune, has been suffering for the past
1 three days with a bad case of tonsilltls.
President Joseph F. Smith. Thomas R.
Cutler. John C. Cutler, C. S. Burton, W.
W. Rlter and" John R. Barnes aro In Pro
vo today attending an executive session
of the Provo Woolen Mills company.
Mary Ann Roylc of Lchl has begun suit
for .divorce In the District court against
Henry M. Royle. on the ground of fail
ure to provide. The plaintiff asks for the
restoration of her maiden name. Mary
Ann Southwlck. for $50 attorney's fee and
for costs of court. Tho parties were mar
ried In Salt Lako City August 19, 1903.
Le Bell la the Prove agent for The Salt
Lako Tribune, nt 176 We.it Center Btreet.
All business and deliveries attended to
personally, Insuring prompt delivery and
courteous treatment. Persona wishing to
hnvo The 8unday Tribune only can hav
fiome delivered to their homes.
Constipation and Flaiulenoy
Cured In a day with Drake's Palmetto Wine.
Every reador of this paier should r.end postal
card for freo trial bottlo to Drako Formula
' - ill
JCO jJUdKffi?'- Ift
-U CUAnsi I!
Oil Ju, cJkJr(Ap( I;
?MJ J ill
. , 1
1 he Fans Millinery Co. " 1
j SATURDAY'S SPECIALS, I
j Fancy Ribbons. Fancy Neckwear. Hosiery, I hill
Saturday only, great special BEAUTIFTL ASSORT- About 20 dozen Misses' fine I j, f
j sale of fancy ribbons, in stripes, jxi1 OF COLLARS IN ALL cashmere hose, sizes 8 and 0 I '
5 pOlka dolS aild Dresden elTCCiS. I t-, mrTT, r nvnom cvn-crT t-c t n r i -i i t W ' I
: i j .-.n u , ! i F THE LATEST STYLES, only, guaranteed fast black. LH
About 20 diflerent styles lo , 1 H
choose from. Notice display. VALUES 25c and 3oc. Notice Value 50c per pair. Notice dis- 1 hlH
Special display. Special play. Special 1 !. j
23c Per Yard 19c 25c Per Pair I jfl
I Two Great Specials in the Millinery Department. I I
Child's felt school lials trimmed with ribbons and cords. Value Q B ji1 j jH
1.00. SPECIAL 07C 1 i ,
A large assortment; of misses' and ladies' ready to wear hats. Regular values I ! '
as. high at 2.00. SPECIAL q)J--ZO ; ,
MANY GIRLS "ARE WEARING CAPS THIS SEASON. J . I
jj Many people have told us that our assortment of caps is tile largest in the city and the 1 j j
l prices are the lowest. I
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY. j ,
Velvet corduroy caps in all colors and sizes. fr I i
I Value 75c. SPECIAL 3UC 1 I
j EXTRAORDINARY. j I
A SALE OF PETTICOATS. S-
FROM 7 TO lO O'CLOCK SATURDAY EVENING: ONLY.
jj " Ladies' blark underskirts, made of good quality 9 (
$ T6ori2l! ?3p linfi"S! sPun olnss accordion pleated ilounce and ruf- I
6 JUai m JMlla f!e, with wide dust ruHle of same material.
? 'DRESS AND WALKING LENGTHS. Petticoats of this quality positively cannot be
sold regularly by any firm for less than 1.50. 1 , 1 !
?i This is a good chance to buy J i -n i i i I ' 1 --H
, . . A display of these goods will be made in our .
a new skirt. An immense as- w. idow fl thc remember
sortment is oftered for choos- qxc dur5 the hom.s . H
S inc.- Good Materials. Good .n n , .
I ti i r. t v i n cified above. b v
N Styles. Good Values. Come j 1 l
I and see them THE GREATEST PETTICOAT VALUE EVER 1 j H
j Values up to Values up to OFFERED. SPECIAL ' j
PERFECT WOMANHOOD j I
WjJ sJj The perfect woman is the well woman. Swcotness of disposition, beauty of faco and S3'inmetry of Cguro H !
f T aro novcx found with those women whoso lives havo been tortured by fomalo weakness. Pain scams tho faco j
ffyx with "crow tracks" and ecks tho nerves. Menstrual disorders weaken, the blood, which results in weakened n .' ' ,
Vf muscle3 and loss of necessary flesh. This stoops thc figure and makes women old before their tinio. 1 '
vK No, to be beautiful you must necessarily, bo well. Wino of Cardui Is tho niodioino to make every i,
WC' Un( ""in tliem e1 b"n happiness and attractiveness. i H
M ifal51 " If you are suifcring from disordered menstruation, bearing dow-n pains, leucorrhoaa, I. '
la I JV" sJri AwSNV headache, backache and pains in tho head, Wino of Cardui will bring you rolicf. This ; 'i H
tgfey wk wfflk great woman's tonic is a spcclfio for tho troubles peculiar to women. It oures In
pjj fcnialo weakness by regulating tho monstruatiou, which when disordered is the cause B; .
iSSRy In- Inv vcr 1'5(' women who were sufferers havo secured tho gratoful I' . jj
7 W yyjlm vL v. relief Wino of Cardui brings. Don't let this hidden sickness mako you an invalid. I ,J
Wl m yy $ I ill i Health is easily secured by taking Wine of Cardui. You can sccuro a bottlo from H i
ra gj Jjf im vv 5our druggist today and take the treatment in tho privacy of your homo I.'
ml y J 11 W vV. anc sccur0 a tUu benefits that you could get if a doctor had prescribed I1 ) , IH
M y I fill n V Nxs. ' D doctors do prescribe Wine bf Cardui. Hi "
W u lln LNv Secure a $1.00 bottlo of Wine of Cardui from your druggist and I! i i
t.v.Ji S'Sj3''''JfcS slarJ, the treatment today. Ij jj
-rrrrrAl g '