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- page twelve THE SALT LAKE TRIBTJB. 8suctaY'MQRso; yovEMDEn
il l To Advertise the Resources
if of Utah mi 'of Salt, Lake City
!'2 Better nnd mora extensive ndvcrtls-
,'1 Sng- oC UUih' ivoalth, resources and
t, opportunities for Investment. Is the
,' Important work which the Suit Lake
3Real Efltate association has undcr-
That this task Is no small one. that
, It will require time, money nnd the
I I Avell-dlrected effort or sood talent Is
i'j well understood, but that the result
IN 1 j -will be tho accomplishment of much
fij for Utah In perioral and Salt Lake In
I particular Is not doubted by those who
Vi '. have given the question careful study.
c, The fact that UtHh need, throuyh-
i. , out the East, tho right kind of publl-
i I city, that not many of the host of tour-
j t vlx who spend a few days in Salt Lake
I 1 come hero with anything like correct
' Impressions of the town, Is made clear
! j every day by visitors at the asjocia-
i ; lion's bureau of Information.
?j : Overlooked by Tourists.
it? The transient guests as a rule know
' Jij almost nothing1 of the great stream of
i yl mineral wealth that Is bulldim? up tho
. J city, of the wonderfully rich soil of
l 1 1 the surrounding' valleys, nf the cll-
J matlc advantages that make Utah a
f natural sanitarium, of the forward
j j rtrldes that the city has made during
ik"f'j the liist decade,
tl But aJmost every person who Jour-
; iieys front the Kast is well Informed as
' , . to California. Tourists In preparing for
j travel plan to spend probably one. duy
"i In Salt Luke and two -weeks to six
; montliH In some Pacific coast town. Yet
1 I it Is generally admitted by those who
t I have made jl study of the comparison
between Utah and California that.
L .' j "viewed from almost every standpoint.
j l this State will easily hold its own.
f h Utah Surprises Them All.
. ! I Utah is as healthful, as beautiful, as
, " ; 4 varied In resources, as rich In opportu-
, nltles as any State In the Union. "Why.
" j then, has California forged ahead of
!J j us In growth? Because of persistent
hf and Insistent advertising. Every Call-
fornla town of 10,000 or more has its
chamber of commerce, board of trade.
I bureau of publicity, or some kindred
organization, tho chief purpose of
which Is to let the whole world know
; j the advantages that particular section
offers to Investors and home-seekers.
, J All tho world does know and the re-
'. I pults have been wonderful, so wonder-
j J ul that even the most optimistic of
,i i those who aid In the work have been
! Now, It is with full determination to
1 accomplish for Salt Lake and Utah a
work that will add to population,
j j ivenlth, progress and prosperity that
! I the Heal Estate association has made
J, Its plans,
j' Eveay One Asked to Help.
'! I Every one who Is engaged In any line
iv i , . business, whether mining, manufac
(. I l taring, agriculture, horticulture, or
1 whatever has to do with the State's de-
j -volopment. 13 earnestly requested to
aid In making these plans a distinct
and lasting success.
The accomplishment of this entails a
direct and steady outlay of money In
on amount too large for a small or
ganization to carry, nut within a limit
that will be a burden to no one If all
the public-spirited citizens of Salt
Lake will contribute ever so little
Realizing the necessity of arousing a
general .md public Interest In this
uctf, and having engaged a competent
man. under salary, whose duties arc to
Inform all tourists and visitors to this
city by personal Interviews and printed
matter of tho advantages of Salt Lake
and the State of Utah generally: to con
vince them that Utah offers the best
opportunities for the Western homc
ceekcr. thereby Inducing new blood as
well as new capital to locate here, and
when not successful In this, to at least
prolong their ytay and Induce them to
and that they will leave millions of
dollars more her each- year. I
"To the management of this bureau
and all details of Ita maintenance the
Real Estate association pledges Itself
"November 7. 180-1.
"SALT LAKE REAL ESTATE AS
SOCIATION. "In consideration of the above agree-'
ment on the part L the Real Estate at?
Gociation, by my signature hereto at
tached, I agree to pay one (1) dollar per
month to tId aseoclatlon, beginning
with the month of November, until I
give notice of my Intention to with
draw." Blanks containing this agreement are
being flrculatd amcng the citizen" of
Salt Lake and the Real Estate assocla-
Exhibit of Some of Utah's Products.
campaign for a "Greater Salt Lake,"
for the more rapid development of
Utah's innumerable resources, the Salt
Lake Real Estate association, through
Its board of governors, officially Issued
the statement nnd request given below
to the public-spirited citizens of Salt
Appeal to Citizens.
"The Salt Lake Real Estate associ
ation, having leased the store at No.
IS West Second South street as a per
manent location for I to Information bu
reau and free exhibit of Utah's prod-
visit the mining camps and agricultural
distrlctr, thereby leaving more money
In the State than heretofore. (This lat
ter course alone hay made gome West
ern cltle3 and they .are dependent upon
Many Tourists Each Year.
"There are more than a quarter of a
million tourists passing through thla
city each year. Lack of an effective or
ganization if) the reason they have not
materially helped Utah. It Is believed
that this plan will accomplish the end
tion apks and hopes for a cordial and
Aids Every Property Owner.
The direct benefits resulting: from this
public-spirited work In behalf of Salt
Lake are not to the Real Estate asso
ciation, but to every property owner,
merchant and hotel man of the city.
Every tourlft who prolongs his stay In
town, or who chooses this city as a
permanent location, addy siich an
amount to the various channels of trade
that the direct benefit to every business
man of Salt Lake will In a very few
months far exceed the small amount -asked
as a contribution toward liumrlng -the
permanency of this advertising ;
The Real Estato association la the -only
organization In Utah that Is un- -dertaklng
this all-Important work. In
dividual citizens, no matter how public-spirited,
cannot devote the neces- .
sary time and attention to Ite nccom- -pllPhment,
henco the necessity for tho
united effort of all the business men In
LOW RATES EAST.
Via Denver & Eio Grande.
St. Louis and return $42.50
Chicago and return -17.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. -IS.75
Tickets on sale every Tuesday and
Friday. Final limit sixty days. Transit
limit ten days In each direction. Stop
overs allowed. Through sleepers to St.
Louis without change. Choice of routes.
Via Oregon Short Lino and Union
St. Louis and return $12.50
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St Louis and return via Chicago.. '4S.75
Through Pullman eleepers.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays.
See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Office. 201 Main St.
ROOSEVELT MAY COME WEST
President to Bo Invited to Visit Port
land. PORTLAND, 'Nov. 12. The announce
ment Is made by the management of tho
Lewis and Clark fair that Presldont
Roosevelt will bo Invited to visit tho ex
position and should tho President accept,
;rrcat preparations will bo niado to cele
brate the event. It has already been ar
ranged that President Roosevelt will open
the exposition. Tho olectric connection
between tho exposition grounds and the
Whlto House will bo made, and when all
Is in readiness tho President will push the
button that will set the machinery of the
exposition in motion.
To Command Third Russian Army.
ST. PETERSBURG. Nov. 12.-Gen. Bar
on Kaulbars. recently appolntod to com
mand tho Third Russian army, has gone
to Odessa, from which place ho will pro
ceed for tho far East November 25.
Let us have your goodwill ;
let us not be strangers.
Your grocer rtlunu your money If you dou't li!co
j Schilling"! Bl.
I jg Grand Display 0f
j OuvfaUaris Collection 1
l9m Oriental l
I Rugs and CarpeU
I At 245 South State Street, i f!
2s"EAK THE KXUTSFORD HOTEL.
: I have opened my new collection of high-grade Oriental j i
t Rugs, surpassing all previous importations brought to this 5 t
X city. 1 will sell them at private sale for a limited time onh ! L
at great bargains. ' J;
" Intending rug buyers must not fail to visit ray store, which
I will convince them that this is the only place to get real artistic ti f
J Bugs at reasonable prices. I
I PAUL S. OURFALIAN,
i 245 South State St. j
W M0NEY I
; 1L y last minute. Other per
I fir Pe obtain money from
: Jy old bills why shouldn,tj
j Jlly011? e can't collect1
jfW them in. Try i
Merchants Protective Ass'nj
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts for Everybody. j
FRANCIS G. LUKE, General Manager. I
j Offices: Top Floor Commercial Block
Somo People Don't Like Ua. ;
Hi ? pOR TWO WEEKS WE HAVE CROWDED OUR STORE WITH BUYERS ANXIOUS TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS GREAT SALE. WE INTEND jl
!j making the last week of this event a record breaker, not only in amount of business, but in values. To this end buyers who come early will secure ?
it: some of the most remarkable values that have been shown in this TRULY REMARKABLE SALE ! l
K 1 ij: Remember, we sell just what we advertise, and a dollar saved is a dollar made. This sale is the talk of the town, but there is a Jimit to selling l
K! oocs at ne Prlces we have put on them. The wise woman buys when the opportunity comes; now be wise. Everything in the store has been dis- l
I l counted for the windup of this Sale, and owing to want of floor space some departments will be closed' out entirely. jl
H;i'! I Sacrificing $1500.00 SLock of .kkh g. R,oora BargasiiiS. jl
' ?. Fancy Goods f $2500 Stock of New PsISInerv To Be I all suits, coats, jackets, whappers.kimonasail-
: X J S a S DEEN'S WEAR IN THIS DEPABTKEWT HAVE BEEN WONBEEFU
THIS IS ANOTHER DEPARTMENT THAT WE ARE COMPELLED V TffllPfS ftllf LY REDUCED IN PRICES TOR THIS SALE. YOU CAN PURCHASE yM
; C TO CLOSE OUT. YOUR OWN PRICE WILL SECURE ANYTHING IN ? Vfl'UJU VUl . ANY READY-MADE GARMENT IN THE DEPARTMENT AT ACTUAL
, ; X THE STOCK. CUSHION TOPS, SILK AND COTTON CORDS AND TAS- $ NOTWITHSTANDING THAT WE HAVE HAD EXPERIENCED f ETRST COST AND LESS. -fM
' ' .. SELS, HEMSTITCHED LINE2fS, LAUNDRY BAGS, CENTERPIECES, . TRIMMERS MAKING UP NEW AND STYLISH HATS SINCE THE X "- U
C T DOILIES, BATTENBERG PATTERNS, FRINGES, BURNT LEATHER 4- COMMENCEMENT OF THE SEASON, WE ARE COMPELLED, FOR V " tl
GOODS AND ALL ART GOODS AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE. X WANT. OF ROOM, TO CLOSE OUT THIS DEPARTMENT ENTIRELY. J FvfWX frill in O tfa& WfMG& RPClUCCQ W
1 ' f - X ALL IMPORTED MODEL HATS, NEW FALL AND WINTER HATS, . X I'VWyL&Mng, ABB lliC EliUlUxjV S H
; i TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS, FEATHERS, PLUMES, AIG- X -f"st H P& 4- ES"Ol Dni Pckra Tl
jl' i CORSETS ' ' RETTES, FLOWERS AND FOLIAGE, IN FACT, EVERYTHING IN THE Ifi OSSI A J tJ J)f YrQV VviSU H
ii I? WIIvJ. DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED OUT FOR WHAT THEY WILL ? INCLUDING ALL LADIES', MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES AND lM
H'l' It A LAGE STOCK OF THE FINER CORSETS IN THE MORE POPU- BRING. . RUBBERS. ALL MEN'S UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, SHIRTS ANDFUB- H
MX LAB MAKES. WE SHALL CLOSE OUT ALL LINES THAT RETAIL X a l n j r n - TL U j. T I U ? NISHINGS. ALL LADIES' UNDERWEAR. AND HOSIERY. DRESS
MC'r T REGULAR FROM S4.00 TO S12.00 EACH, AT HALF PRICE. ALL THE T DSll ITlCS SflQ LSS 7311 1 ll TOUgllOtl t tile iiepartrn t. GOODS, GLOVES, LINENS AND TOWELS. BLANKETS AND COH- jM
i 1 I POPULAR, LINES OF CORSETS CARRIED BY US WILL BE SOLD AT ? FORTS. NOTIONS AND TOILET ARTICLES. MUSLINS AND SHEET- H
1$ THEIR ACTUAL WHOSESALE COST. iM-H-H- HTGS, RIBBONS, CHIFFONS AND VEILINGS. H
l Il THIS IS THE GREATEST BUYINfi 0PPORTO3iBTY THAT WIS EEH PHESETEO TO im PEOPLE OF THIS STATS. STOPS WITH ILL PORGHjSIS. jll