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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1906. M
I : I MofleySaving Opportunities for Outfitting the Children for 13
I 1 j Play Time is Over-School Beckons the Boys and Girls and the Auerbach Store is Ready to Clothe TheM
, ! J:, j School opening day approaches with winged feet and quick action is necessary to make the children ready. Tins store makes a study of the needs of young America anl presents a JIB
H, riety of the kind of clothes Children ought to wear, and we offer this week money-saving opportunities for outfitting the children for school. You'll find, tempting bargains in ail DepartmenJB
Hj : :!j J far below their actual worth. This week we look for you. --m
I 1 ' APn I School ockings
'l I ((f Regular 50c JtZrr I SBl
I I BS , .de at... OC ONE PRICE TO ALL NEVEK UNPFRSOf iesr
' ; I IpiifflSi Ravc' 60 dozen Children's White tf ojsana truis, agooci in
i .. mmb Boys ta Ap, mth em- hj 9 r itc u til u if C8 ' So.Plfttt -9
Hi ' WTK . . broidery triinmed front, W 0)111611 S Pfl bflllS il6 ACTOUC 6 MOOS S I Gtols' fast blat extaa "WffcM
i , .j i Crlinn1 I deep hem an bottom and " VWWU 3 1 U11 JUU3 1 UW AUTUUVW1UUUW1J
B,'' ! I I Wm Itfl VllUUI I hemstitched bretelleS, Sizes Correct forEarly Autumn Sorvico-Attractlvoiy Underpriced j "ton Hose, with double SOleS, I j JJ1"3 0 spedals, cobII
!' 1 M I 2 to 12 years, regular 50c to Induce You to Anticipate Your Wants This Wook. g am oeS, all Sizes, a school, SftjjjjM
; (; 3 m R SUltS- I grade, on sale at- the suit that-s sio.oo-Guar- Pl.-v, pbetty novelty coats Stocking weU worth 25c, on ffiff 1
1 3 M? ffTiCT anteed equal to $12.95 and $15.00 WzZk 12.50-Groat collection of new fall Sale in I .pe Greatest EliorS
. ! 1 40 dozen Children's White S for VSVi2KS MMft faLflaring skirt effect, extra value lit imported 1 Ae4
;': fcgWSai : AiDronsTn a nS of Dret- smt value' for JfiwW 19 en Ma co cotton Hose, Herms- Sfe.'
: 1 JJ , eo7ririsP9te $10.00 TMli&4 $12,50 dorf's best fast black, imsur- .TaftSr
' If that Boy of yours re- stFies Slzef 01 S111;3 2 massed for wear or fineness gp'a ni'uiS 'i
: ' 5! qiTires a new Suit, which is 12 ears, YJalls handsome tailobed suits $6.75 for . stylish walking ?f texture. Xsies the verv n ?!
1 il 3 1 i -, n '.,n o , reenilarlv at 75c to $1.00 $17.50 Maclo of grayish mixtures, H .mMM SKIRTS Of pretty fancy gray mix- 01 te.MUlC, ail Sles, ILie Vdy misses kid i pp oa'n"
3 ery likely, yOU Will find it ' iV' i' . in a tight-fitting single breasted! J, .OTWJ '! tures. have panel front, two rows hest 50c Stocking in the, Kffi.W
j .ft 1 mnf -nrnfifqhlp to attend eaCJQ, all OU Sale at 2,-in. coat styles. Several other iiifhlKM of hlack velvet hraid at bottom, a i x 1 t0 2) piir .
f . 3 i??SLc P1?111 aweiia styles are also shown at the popu- "f - WMW great value, at- market, OU l SE (BA13' S
8 I this Special Bale The G-ar- I 5QC 1 lar price f M iM Cz sale at T,c
H J 1 ments are all this Season's 9 $17.50 40.D 2 JoKZAT"0
H I new fall styles, made up in I nM AI P monh a v t ' wMi! Iw-m o SjiIp WenHv Onivi I "JoeiW Si?':..1??..;
-.fe 1 thp law 4reaves Values ON SALE MONDAY! new touring coats S7,bo- JamM1 IM ss.75 for frenoh voile On aie menday unlyl I jwf'ww bdk
" i .me iaieSL WeareS. ames jn Handsome touring and Automobile J j 1', mXWVX. SEZIK,TS ixae rreiacla Voilo Skirts, I THE OFFERING THAT FOLLOWS I week speciii 0 5'
i , ;il ? are remarkable. JgC gnJlyr (JlnffhamS 3t 9C SSiS' Llv rnn?B,Ji? fcMi! S'M ew plaited model, an offering of j IS THE BEST OF THE NEW SEA- I I.AD1T.B' dokgola'dd i
I IS S . , , , wjK";A u,uS"w,uj uv yw nlai. a volve t j collar, edged with HgjJ&g cxtra value at the very special I qov 5 heavy soles, ith aApiSJ
Boys' two-pioce latest cut suits in dark braid, unliuod at vCC price of SON" I tip (rixes 3H to 7), "ft;
''I and medium tweeds and cheviots. Splen- One C83 1 ,7 - "--'irS? rfo ? - I CA TiLi-i 1i T7 W OUR oeiiIjDpk'h
l I filSSSflSSSiSS EJ 7 fc . fc c $7-50 . ?S.75 50c Skirt Patterns, 24c Ja- USgg
1 I"- $195 Fin Zephyr fiiDghams sale of girls- coats NeS,a"t Skirt I E""3?
. ' that wore three months getting hero ! CHILDREN'S BEARSKIN COATS, CHOICE LINE OF COATS, consisting I a er S STORM SHOES ?0S BOH
,rj bovs' two-piece latest cut suits T?lSft??hP n tOt ?r!S StfftndSJ back, lined throughout, new sleeves CZC) 0f broadcloth, crushed velvets and bear i Light, medium and darfe colorings, the I gje'
Hi ' !? f Sfdea aJabove nrettv twel'ds and LlZ tI Ji?u "T'w0 I white or colors, at. )0.3U Bkins, in white or colors, worth 6.00 00 I most seasonable stylos-stripod with i , 9 ?,
w snaaes as aoove, vory pretxy irweeas ana liver them. It will tako us just one I TTTC1, , , - f 07 r,n AjJJJ p iiordpr on bottom and ed?e substantial- 1 1 13, 0ttr '
; Ij i cheviots, nandsomely made, a perfect day to sell them. AND TO ACCOM- I ?J?JJ DRESS COATS Made of fine 'f'jl nmc, 'vV 'A;'-' lv finished H
52 lI fitter' age 6 t0 16 years' worth $4-00' PLISH THIS we'll sell Monday 16c 1 Ieltn c.ollar cllffs .f GIRLS' SCHOOL COATS length m g ea ltJ1 C Sches & ReSlar 1 Sim 13JS to 3, onr pri
; ' 5 this week's sale at ZEPHYR GINGHAMS at a yard 1 do volvofc, to atcl 1Patc"'1'1" tf, r rown or navy blue mixtures, with roll- iS ffittiS- "lr
.: . I i colors navy blue or brown, sizes, 6 to 11 7n iS collar and turned back cuffs, sizes Sv- (1 I Pnce jUC- Aonaay at eacn n ,
I $2.85 9C J yrs. Special, at vpO.J G to 11 years. Specialat. q)JU j pi" . h'
I -; j New Autumn Dress Goods The Milsrrtm'ts jfr Sale of Girls' Dresses anil
, J Are gathering GIRLS' SCHOOL fe flaouf acturers' Samples
;. ;p j exceeoingl' low to stimulate earty September trading. Farsighted women JMin
' ;f I are taking full advantage of the innumerable opportunities to economize I HEAD WEAR. JlfpSvl This sale comes in the nick of time, just before set
I that XDresent themselves in this fashion each day now in the Auerbach store. I ( W is a great boon to those who have Gfirls to clothe.
I 'I I , , ' New Dress Goods Novelties. New Gray Suitings. SJJSfJSS JillL We have purchased entire sample lines of two of ft
i . j 1 fXipSlSA sa ? ' J" jv ho war Sf I fiB manufacturers of Children's Sail Dresses and will place
! , B special a yata stripk effects, special at, a yd. tneu trills neatly attued purchase on SALE TOMOREOW AT SAYINGS rang
H 'ti H New Serges, Panamas, Henriettas, Etc. S1.25. $1.50 and $1.60 and at a little cost. HP' ONE-THTR.D TO ONE-HALF THEIR ACTUAL WOI
J 1 W P 08-inch all-wool Storm Serges, Panamas, Henriettas, and opimnu, 1 "LWaUi i-.ni- iHftni
liw a piaid Novelties, au colors and wack; 75c Rftn I Pi-iiirivon c hvnnri -fnif 'f?5- sides you have an opportunity or makiag your seiecnon?
Hi and 8Bc a yard specif a yard . 58c New Ohiffon Broadcloth. f taied"bbon i finest lot of dainty, well-made and stylish Garments for.
H !; "i ! New Wool Taffetas. 52-inch all wool, very soft, light weight, elegant finish j feall01Sj Uinnnea IQ UDDOn "saMT nvnchiopA -
I 44-inch all-wool Quality, soft finiBh wool Taffeta, in all chiffon broadcloth in all colors and black, worth 1.60, I band and streamers, in all jyiuuuuiAi.
'I I f:.:2:. WM-j-ji colors, wth $1.50, ti in IN ADDITION TO THESE SAMPLE DEESSES, we are offrf
1 "I I English Storm Serge. fl.oo TO Ji.UU for tpl.HJ maindel- of our wash Dresses at prices in most instances considerably
C .; f Sfi'Sf&d'lfflSiSrgr? SMB0' Ia ggl Priestley's Celebrated Black Ooods. Asses' jaunty felt street one-half of early Season values.
.' 11 I Special a yard All wool, guaranteed spot proof, in plain and novelties, TTi-f-c; fvii-nmpfl in rmillc: mirl HTTTTv TR wTTRF,TjV A R ATiTT, TTT A T MTHT?TTR THE ATTENI
H I ' 1 New NoveltV SuitinffS ch as oo1 taffetas, Queenscioth, Mafairs, Drap de ats, timimea m CJU111S ana J&l&fcUJX A.J2-LJ jxx
M i I S 44-inch imported suiting, in cSd; slip e and check VSSi 'JlZJ?' cioth, silk warp, j nbbon rosettes, all colors, 1 EVERY ONE who lias a gu'l to clothe, every size and every style mUj
i j 1 f If3 Ii5l0l08ig Timnd h HeDnetta'etCi Ayyd" worth $2.50, 41 ft I this sale. We advise early choosing, for in most instances there-is oni,
: i I yard $1.10 and $ 1 .25 !hU5 TO l.o5 I for pl.JU of a kind in the lot.
) ' , re Special to Tho Tribune.
mW M LOGAN. Sept. 8. Mrs. N. R. Moore was
mWi , - : S hostess Saturday afternoon at a most de-
' ' j llghtful Kensington, In honor of Miss
, Kyle. The rooms wero bright with flow-
! Vm ers, and a pleasant feature of the aftor-
v 1 '.' noon was a guessing game, cloverly car-
f j ' f 1 Tied out. Delicious refreshments wore
Hj . j ' , '; 1 served, and those present were Mrs.
, M ', ; Wing, Mrs. A. M. Fleming, Mrs. Bexell,
J ( ira ?lr6. Cathcart, Mrs. Westlakc, Mrs. G. H.
H fla Champ, Mrs. Barrett, Mrs. Brangham;
H " ( RW Mrs. "West, Mrs. Flack, Mrs. S. Stevens,
,, 'luiS Miss Smith, Miss Lenn. Miss McBrlde,
Rja Miss De Graft, Miss Fisher, Miss Kyle
I j aatl Miss Kaymond.
j ' I Miss Katharine Smith entertained most
' I 1 j Sw pleasantly Friday afternoon In honor of
li j ' 'n Miss Kyle, who has been visiting in Lo- '
J I! Cm gan during the summer. The rooms wore
J j I JBj daintily arranged and an elaborate lunoh-
fl ' " I Jm Dainty in ail its arrangements was the
fl , l( i ,H parly given Friday afternoon by Miss
H i 'la Barbara Howell, in honor of Miss Clara
H 1 ;i fm Young of Salt Lake. The beautiful How-
fl ' iM v home was artistically decorated and
n ' fS games and music wore enjoyed during
fl ii Jn the afternoon. Refreshments were served
H 4 fB and about twenty guests were present.
H ' ( ' "a Miss Julia Hendricks entertained Satur-
J ' I ij, M day at- a delightful party. In honor of
fl i ' , : Miss Peterson. The rooms were bright
J I! j.') with (lowers and fourteen guests were
J ' f ' j; present. .
pH i I , i ! ( Miss Zella Smart entertained the mem-
J y ! S bors of the Third ward Y. L. M. I. A. at
pH V " f! cr homo' Thursday evening. The lawns
B v.-1' -were brilliantly lighted with electric
l i lights, and small tables daintily deco-
fl i ( : rated with sweet peas were placed about,
BH j t !j from which dainty refreshments were
J f i J 2 served. A literary contest was enjoyed,
BH I n'l'-ijji Miss Carrie Hansen winning tho prize.
J t 1; Jii; Mr. and Mrs. John A. 3IcAllster an-
H I1,'': J nounce the engagement of their daughter,
BBB i It J Venna Harriet, to Lieut. Robert J. Bln-
Mil ford of tho Twentieth United States ln-
J I , '-'ill 8 fantry.
J ; "j I Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parkinson, Jr., are
H , 'j ,' sjl visiting in Logan.
morning for Salt Lake, where Bhe will
spend tho winter,
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Langton, Miss
Bretta Morrison and Dr. Emlso left Mon
day on a ten daysj trip to Bear lake.
Miss Jean Hyde returned to her home
in the city Tuesday, after a pleasant two
weeks' visit with Miss Florence Minor.
Mrs. William Sanders and Mrs. A. S.
Horno returned to the city Tuesday, after
a pleasant visit In Logan.
Mrs, L. A. Ostein" returned home Fri
day from a two weeks' visit in Salt
Lyman R. Martineau and son of Salt
Lake spent the week with Logan rel
atives. Mrs. Andrew Ellason left Wednesday
for her home in San Francisco, after a
pleasant two months' visit with the
Misses Ellason of Logan.
Miss Rae Campbell returned to her
home In tho city Thursday, after a
pleasant three weeks' visit with Logan
Prof. Northrop reached homo Friday
from Boise, where he has been for tho
past ten days. '
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Preston of
Salt Lake spent Wednesday and Thurs
day with their son; Mr. W. B. PreB
Mrs. John T. Calne Is visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. George Benson of Whitney.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Parker of Bear Lake
are visiting with Logan relatives.
W. S, Lamoreaux is visiting in Logan
from Salt Lake.
Mrs. Harry Parker of Salt Lake is tho
guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Jardlne.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Campbell returned
Tuesday-to their home at Ogden, after
a pleasant visit in Logan, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins.
Daly's ranch In the Bitter Root valley,
150 miles wast of Butte, was his favorlto
hobby. It was six mileB in length and
as wide as the valley that is hemmed by
tho shadow-draped, crepuscular moun
tains which rise sheer and somber into
the sky above it. Here was the famous
"Tammany Hall," a stable that housed
Hamburg, Ogden, Inverness, Bathampton
and Tammany. Here these turf heroes
were groomed and pampered like tho
horses of Oriental kings. Miles of elec
tric light wires and water pipes connect
ed the different stables and covered trot
ting tracks. Dotting tho great expanse
of foot-hill and prairie were tho arbor
shaded lodges of tho foremen and keepers
of the ranch, gemming the fields with
clustering Islands of groon, and orna
menting tho deep vistas of the driveways.
Along these were deer friths, where tho
game of the hills frolicked and sported
In heedless captivity. This was the sum
mer home of the copper king, and here
he secluded himself from the turmoil
of tho mines and entertained his friends.
On this ranch he spent millions. A slnglo
Irrigating ditch cost him $200,0001
'Arry and 'Arriet.
A somewhat turbulent private wrote to
his mother: "T am sorry you had no
letter last week, but I am a defaulter
and it gives me a heap of extra work."
Tho good woman in reply begged him
not to be too hard on the others, but to
remember he hnd been a private him
self. I regret to say that he roared with
laughter and read the lotter aloud for
the benoflt of all who shared his room.
During tho Spanish-American war a
village baker protested, "Two thousand
years, and them Philippines nln't altered,
not a mito. You mind what St. Paul said
of 'em." Miss M. Lomane, a Queen's Nurse,
In Contemporary Review.
Contains Every Letter.
There is ouo verse, and It is said to be tho
only one, In the Bible that contains every lot
ter in the alphabet. It Is Ezra vll, 21, and
reads: "And I. even I, Artnxcrxes, tho king,
do mako and decreo to all tho treasurers
which uro beyond the river, that whatsoever
Ezra, Iho priest, tho scribe of the law of the
God of heaven, shall require of you, It be
done speedily." New York Trlbuno.
M MM fireiy woman coveta i
JSBSMOkfW shapely, pretty figure, am!
mMm m mSMM many of them deplore thd
1ob8 of their girlish forms
W.ft K after marriage. The bearing
jBffwtf &Wffil j$3b MPW of children is often destructive
WW M Ml SB M 'GEP it a to the mother's shapeliness
All of this can be avoided,
however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as thin
great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
I preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the
danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blesain
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from tl
ose cf this wonderful
book, telling all about
this liniment, will be sent free. JPjmJB W i
ThiBnffiiii RitoiCMtiutfctoi m m rnVSmmMM
Situated corner Gough and Turk
Streets, facing Jofferson Park. Two
blocks from Van Ness Avenue, tho
present shopping district. Car lines,
transferring to any part of tho city.
Eass tho door. Largest and newest
otel In San Francisco, havlug been
constructed leas than two years ugo.
Has every modern convenience; 250
outside rooms, single or en suite; 100
prlvato batho. Nowly furnished and
rcoponcd August 1st. American plan
(3 a day and up. European plan $1.10
a day and up. Hotel automobile or
omnibus meots nil trains and steam
ers. Wire or write for resorYatlons.
(John O. Barker, formorly proprietor
II WALTZ ME ABOUND !
WAITING AT THE
The Press Club Hits. I
Beesley Music Co. I
I 46 MAIN. I
The Tribune Gives the People's
Wants the Largest Circulation.
THE STOCK OF THE LATE TOM &1
i CLOTHING CO., AT 12 W.
I SLAUGHTERED UOTIEROlFULLl;
B The three days' sale has left a big holea
1 hut there are rnauy more good bargains m
I and Aveek. M
1 75 MEN'S COATS AND VESTS, GOOD VALUES M
I AND $12; FOE MONDAY AND WEE m
9 100 BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS, SHORT AND M
W LONG PANTS 1 ;49
I 50 ODD VESTS FOB MEN AND .-)M
BOYS' AND MEN'S LINEN rW
I OOLLAES, DOZEN -M
1 IMPEEIAL, MANHATTAN AND MONAROH ;,M
BE AND S, 3 FOE jM
E A WOED TO THE WISE- m
I Got your Winter supplies now and save w
I thing that's wearable for tho Man ana
M. LEVY, Propyl
I 12 West Third South. W
I Where the SIGNSArM