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B Harry P. Clark of Salt Lake
, l Asks the City for a
M . Franchise.
Hi : . WILL BE EXTENDED
! J ' TO TOWNS IN COUNTY
Hj i, ; Quick and Cheap Transporta-
Hf j. tion Facilities Between City
Hj and Outside Points.
, . ' AL the mooting of the City Council Mon-
' jM da' night the initial step was taken in
H I .!i what will ultimately result in a splendid
Hj ff urban and intcrurban railroad system,
j j" ' embracing Murray, Sandy, Bingham Junc-
Hj , j tlon. Garllcld and other points in the
Hl 5 county. An application was made to the
j municipality Monday night by Harry P.
j Clark, cashier of the Commercial Xa-
Hj llonal bank of this city, for a franchise
' ' to operate within the city limits a street
car system, with electric or other mo-
- 'ii live power. The ordinance was Inlro-
; ) duccd by Councilman Crabtrco and after
j ,.; i being rend was referred jointly to the
B . ,' ' CommittccH on Laws and Strcots.
Hj , j 'I Outline of the Route.
j M Permission is asked to operate a singlo
' ' i or double track on the following streets,
1 1 beginning at the west line of Main street
j ' at the intersection of Second South street
. J and running thence west along Second
' ? South street to Second West street,
ft thence south on Second West street to
i ' & Fourth South street, thence west on
I, 5- Fourth South struct to the Jordan river,
:'; f and thence westerly over tho most direct
" '' !'.' line along streets and alleys to the west-
'!'. crn boundary of the city.
' ' m Also beginning at the northerly end of
H Marlon boulevard, North Sail Lako, in
Kjnney & Gourluy's improved city plat,
4 and running thence south along Marlon
i jr boulevard to Ninth North street, thence
east along Ninth North street to Eighth
i . ;j West street, thence south along Eighth
v West street to the south boundary of the
5 city to "Roper street or Tenth South,
t. - .9 Provision Is made in the ordinance for
. , the transportation of freight In a closed
ti ' ): , car, one such car on each trip; that cars
l ' shall be run every hour from C a. m. to
'jlf' 10 p. m. or oftcner If traffic shall dc-
' ,' ' 4 mand it; that the ordinance shall be ac-
" t( , j ceptod thirty days after Its passage, with
, ,' l a commencement of actual construction
,' .j.; j within thirty days of its acceptance, and
1 ' ; the completion and operation of the road
' ; I nine months after such acceptance. The
(i 1 I franchise is for fifty years.
1 i Plan of the Promoters,
i I The intention of the promoters is to
1 ';J I secure a franchise from the County Corn-
j mlssioncrs granting them permission to
f J A j construct and operate a line beginning at
j j 'j the terminal of the city's franchise on
j, $ the western boundary of the city, south !
'' to Murray, Sandy, Bingham Junction, and i
other places en route, then swing around
!' Ll0 clrclc 1-0 Garfield, thence north to
the point of connection with the city
k , franchise on the northwestern boundary
'' t of the city.
It , J Such a line or circle of transportation
-Tj has long been contemplated and with the
!! ' , ,k'S developments at tho places named, and
,1' i iKB especially at Garfield, it lias now become
li i $ a matter of absolute and urgent neces-
n ftl sity- Quick, cheap and easy communl-
;."fB cation between those places, now almost
i 'Pi j a part of the Greater Salt Lake, and this
." ; :t'S city is a need which must he filled now;
;, . PILES
H"f ;M -A- Trial Package of The Wonderful
, 'ji t :, Iff ramld Pile Cure Is Sent By Mall
to Everyone to Teat Thor-
I : oughly, Free of Charge.
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'1,1 :M very thankful to you for ever putting
I' j ' thom within my reach, for 1 have had
i 5' "ft ne box and I have not used all of them
's I j Ivi yet. and I feel like a new woman to-
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j ' ;fv When I started them I could not walk
'yAJ across the floor, but now I can do my
, j j-S work all right. My work was a burden
t0 J00 before 1 started them, but I can
Jjg . tell you that I can work much bettor
Jj, ift now. You can rely on me. I will tell
i, 1 , everybody about Pyramid Pile Curo.
' t J, ' v Yours sincerely, Mrs. J, Bond, Toronto,
t Canada, 33 Pears avc."
j J !lt. Or if you want to prove thl3 matter at
( , .W our expense, beforo purchasing, send your
i h' name and , address to the PYRAMID
mVv'' DRUG CO., 62 Pyramid Building, Mar-
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' ,i' i h packet free by return mall.
: I rM Tho use of the wonderful Pyramid Pile
H i)M I 3i Cure avoids the dangor and expense of
M un operation. You cure yourself with
, j .' 1 perfect case, In your own home, and for
1 :'', ; little expense.
'Ll'1' Given Instant rellof, heals soros and
' ri I?1' "a ulcers, reduces congestion and Inflamma,-
' Ftl' il tl0Q' ani1 takes away pain and Itching.
' Mil flf After you have tried the sample troat-
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4 L ill 'a ful1 regular-nlzod treatment of Pyramid
' li ' i Plle Cure at your ,lruKKlst's for CO'conts.
-'111 : Si If ho hasn't It, send us the money ant
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jj 1 ma' ia package'
such transportation facilities mean tho
more rapid development of these locali
ties and the districts adjacent thereto;
and they mean the consequent Increase
In tho trade and commerce of Salt Lake
All these necessities will be met by the
proposed system and the call for its rapid
completion Indicates the earneBtness of
RARE OLD PUBLICATIONS
Copies of Massachusetts Gazette and
Almanacs 119 Years Old.
Mr. Tony "Wheeler of 755 South Fourth
East street, this, city, has some rare old
prints, comprising a copy of the Mas
sachusetts Gazette of Tuesday, July 10,
1757, and of Friday, July 27, the same
year They are the genuine old pub
lications, and very curious to road. The
Gazette is largely made up of European
correspondence, and though those wore
seething times in America, very little
home events appear in this paper. The
local news of Boston makes less than a
column, and there is a column summary
from Philadelphia. New York and Now
Haven. Both copies of the Gazette are
made up substantially In the same way,
with scarcely anything In them that In
modorn Journalism would be called news.
Besides these, there are two copies of
"Nathaniel Low's Astronomical Diary or
Almanack for the year of tho Christian
Aeru 17S7," and a copy of the same for
1758. Those contain solar and luuar cal
culations, eclipses, aspocts of the planets.
Judgment of the weather, the tides, the
Massachusetts. New Hampshire, Rhode
Island and Connecticut court terms, in
terest tables, etc "Tho Impossibility of
Pleasing Everybody," list of court offi
cials, road directors, location of tho prin
cipal inns, etc , are carrlod. There is a
schedule of court fees and a scale of de
preciation, being a computation of tho
value In gold and silver of tho United
States bills of credit. Thoro Is a caution
against going to law, and a formal old
Introduction. "Vulgar Notes" Is tho very
curious title of a schedule which com
prises tho golden number for tho year,
tho opact, tho dominical letters, cycle of
tho sun, Dlonysian period, and the Julian
period. The "Almanack" for 1878, be
sides tho usual matter, contains a briof
essay. "The Looking Glass to Its
Mistress," "Some Useful and Approved
Receipts," "A Surprising Discovery of a
Murderer," "Advice to Young Persons,"
and "An Instance of True Magnanimity."
There Is a poem on the ending of tho
year, a table of the weight and value
of coin, sliver and gold, as established
by law In Massachusetts. These old
almanacs lack a great deal of coming
up to the standard of tho modern almanac
and enevclopedla, but they are very
curious and Interesting publications,
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co.
Kodaks and finishing. Main & 3rd So.
Good girls apply 7. G. McDonald Candy
Co., 150 "West 'J'hird South.
Get your windows fixed by the class
men, Morrison, Merrill & Co., 2S Main
Gordon academy now open. Seventh
and eighth grades and high school
The Belmont Hotel Grill
j Open from 7 a. m. 1:o 12 p. m.
! LAST EXCURSION NORTH
Via Oregon Short Line, Usual long
limits will prevail. See agents.
Salt Lako Photo Supply Co.'
Kodaks and finishing. Main & 3rd So.
Gordon academy now open. Soventh
and eighth grades' and high school
"Stelnway" upright piano. Must be sold
for cash. Post office box 293, city.
MRS. BURNS ASKS $10,100
Utah Light and Eailway Company Sued
for Heavy Damages.
Jane B. Burns has filed suH in the
Third District court against the Utah
Light & Railway company to collect tho
sum o $10,100 damages lor personal in
inries she alleges she sustained while
boarding a street car belonging to the
defendant company on the night of
Autrnst 27, J00(5.
The plaintiff alleges that owing to
her age she is unable lo move rapidly
and that while- she was standing on the
sten of the car and about to enter
it at Third South and Fourth East
streets, the car was started and that
slip was thrown to the ground and re
ceived internal injuries and several
SUSPECT IS ARRESTED
Supposed Hold-Up of Court Saloon Be
hind the Bars.
Policeman Gulbranscn at 4 o'clock
Monday, morning arrested F. M. Pueblo
on suspicion of having been tho man
who attempted to rob the Court saloon,
corner of Fourth South and State, at
midnight Sunday. Shortly after tho
arrest tho prisoner was positively iden
tified by two of the men who were in
the place at the tinio of the hold-uo.
He answered the description furnished
by the proprietors of tho saloon, ovon
to tho blue handkerchief such as tho
robber used as a mask.
Pueblo claims to como from Alta,
where he savs he wns employed in tho
mines until a few days ago. Ho makes
strenuous denial of his guilt, though
tho officers think thoj' have a pretty
clear case ngain3t him.
Chicagoaii Says Sullivan Has
Better of the Con
troversy. IDOL OF DEMOCRACY
IN THE SUCKER STATE
Situation in Idaho Also Dis
cussed From American
M. J. Crawly of Chicago is In the city
on ono of his periodical visits. Mr.
Crawly is a close observer and shrewd
business man. In conversing with a
Tribune representative at the Knutsford,
Mr. Crawly said that his business
required him to traverse the entire West
ern country, and while he found busi
ness conditions everywhere prosperous
beyond anything heretofore experienced,
nowhere In his travels has he found a
city which gives greater evidence of
prosperity than Salt Lake. Improvements
are being made and projected hero far
in advance of any city of Its size
with which he Is acquainted. Ho notes
greater business activity than at any
time during the past ten years of his
personal knowledge of the city.
It Is evident that the American party
administration is a success greater than
even its friends anticlpatod. Tho growth
of Salt Lake now cannot be stopped.
The railroads, already hero and projected,
and those which must center here, In
connection with the hundreds of millions
of wealth in the vast expanse of
country tributary which will require tens
of thousands of people generations to
develop and bring forth insures a future
for Salt Lako not enjoyed by any other
city In the country
Mr. Crawly's attention being called to
the Sullivan-Bryan controversy, he said:
"Roger Sullivan is a near neighbor of
mine, and about as bright and shrewd a
man as Illinois can boast. Ho is a suc
cessful business man, prosperous, genial,
clever, and carries around with about as
much what do you call it? Suavcter In
modo. as any clever Irishman In Chi
cago. He is tho Idol of his party,
and Bryan, with all his auclont contempt
for crosses of gold and horror of crowns
of thorns, cannot minimize the esteem
in which Sullivan is held by tho Demo
crats of Illinois. It Is the general opin
ion that Sullivan has the best of the con
troversy up to date."
On Idaho Situation.
Mr. Crawly keeps himself well In
formed on conditions In Idaho. He says
that the light being made there by Du
bois is becoming interesting to tho
whole country. "Why is It," he says,
"that the Mormons of Idaho are unwill
ing to live under the samo laws, rules
and regulations that are prescribed for
all the citizens of this country, in what
ever State their home may be? The
very fact that they solidly, and with
absoluto unanimity, abjure and abandon
their political party alllllations, because
the candidates of their party stand on
a platform of principles pledged to tho
enforcement of law and punishment of
crime, Is sufficient reason for the patri
otic citizens of Idaho to rise' In thoir
sovereign powor, Irrespective of party,
and by their votes give them to under
stand and realize that never-in this
country or any political division of It,
there shall bo one lino of conduct for
the Mormon and another and different
one for the Gentile.
"Any political party that will truckle
to a Belf-styled religious organization
for preferment, the principal stock in
trade of its leaders being tho blighting
of the life and breaking of tho hoart
of innocent womanhood, ought to be
beaten. They aro infamously wrong and
their defeat should be commensurate
with the enormity of tho crime they aro
seeking to placate.
"Why, the way the look at this mat
ter back East is this: Idaho Is fast
settling up with a class of peoplo whom
they fool assured will estoem It a high
privilege to assist by their votes to elim
inate the Mormon church from partici
pating as a body, by direction of tho
priesthood, In political affairs."
COUNTY SCHOOLS OPEN
Pupils Enrolled in the Various Districts
The schools of the county opened Mon
day, with a total enrollment of 2790.
The enrollment by districts was as fol
lows: South Cottonwood 123
Big Cottonwood ,21-1
Mill Creflk, No. 30 119
Mill Crook, No. 31 1-10
East Mill Creek 125
Mill Crook, No. 36 140
Mill Crcok, No. 3f) 123
Farmers Wnvd , -165
Knst Grmicor 51
Pleasant Green 78
North Point 21
Mountain Doll Missing
Wat Granger 02
South TnylorKvillo ' 84
Wilfonl . .a 101
Wobt Tnylorrvillo 36
Pupils were enrolled In the three high
schools of the county as follows:
Forost Dnlo 30
Mill Creole 20
NEW SKATING RINK
Harris and Associates Secure gig Build
ing at Agricultural Park.
Arrangements have boon mado and a
lenso granted to C. O. Harris and his
roller skating company for the uso of the
large building at tho Agricultural park
for skating purposes. Mr. Harris has
boon after the building for some time
and now that he has secured the loaso,
will go ahead and put In tho necessiiry
cqulpment for an up-to-date skating
Tho exhibits aro to all be removed from
the building and a now floor put In. Tho
floor will be ICO feot by SO foot In size
and will bo put Into One condition. Mr.
Harris Is also Interested In tho rink
which Is lo bo opened Saturday at Saltalr.
A flno programme of special features Is
being arranged. A large number of tho
skates arc on hand now and 800 pairs
additional will be received from the East
Medical Mon Meet.
Tho Utah County Medical nocicty held its
rcjrular bi-monthly ruocting nt tho Commer
cial club rooms Monday uight, thero being
good attcudaiics. ,
RIO GRANDE FIREMAN
MEETS HDLD-IIP II
Robber, However, Is Given
Razzlc-Dazzle, and Makes
W. W. Furrows, a fireman on the Rio
Grande Western railroad, reports that
he had an exciting experience with a
bold, bad hold-up Inat night 'about 10
o'clock on Third South and Third West
streets, while on his wav from work.
He also says that tho bold, bad hold-up
had an experience with him at the same
place and time. Mr. Furrows says that,
i-o was walking along Third South, near
the scene of the activity, with a bundle
of clothes in his hands and a roll of
pay-day bills in his pocket. The bold,
had holdup was introduced onto the
scene when the corner was reached. He
popped out from behind a tree and de
manded Furrows to throw up his hands,
at the same time asking him if he had
Furrows said that ho had felt, rather
afraid when ho started home and had
placed a revolver in his pocket. Ho
saw tho man walk behind the tree and
prepared for him by placing the Ejun in
the hand in which he carried tho bundle
When the hold-up told him to put
his hands into tho air, he did so with
the l'reo hand and with the other pulled
the trigger of the pistol. It went of?
all right, but the bullet How somewhere
wide from its mark. The hold-up was
satisfied that he had dono his share and
hiked at a 2-40 gait over into Pioneer
park. Mr. Furrows went his way and
Jet the bold, bad hold-up go "his'n."
PIUTE COUNTY COMPANY
Corporation Is Formed for Mining Fur
poses With $30,000 Capital.
Articles of incorporation of the Outzen
Mining company were llled with the Sec
retary of State Monday. The company Is
formed at Richfield and has a capital
stock of 530.000, divided Into shares of
the par value of 10 cents each.
Tho officers are: Lars II. Outzen, pres
ident; Lorenzo NIolson, vice-president;
W. H. Robinson, secretary and treasurer. .
Tho directors are II. N. Hayes, Henry
Outzen, Jr., and tho officers. Tho com
pany owns and will develop ten claims
In tho Ohio and Mount IJaldy mining dis
tricts In Piuto county.
Miss Lesley Woodruff Entertains De
parting College Girls Monday.
A delightful little luncheon was given
at the Commercial club Monday by Miss
Lesley Woodruff to a number of college
girls, who depart next week for their
respective schools. The decorations
were yellow throughoutvthe tables be
ing prettily trimmed with golden rod.
A course luncheon was served, and the
following Salt Lake youug ladles were
present: Ellcs Yeatos, Bess Crltchlow,
Stella Fabian, Edna Dunn, Floy Hub
bard, Grace Harrison, May Crltchlow,
Edith Sutherland, Olive and Thelma
Wall, Frances Graham, Forrest Martin,
Clara Soules, Edna Farnsworth, Marga
ret Harris, Miss Kenncy and MI6S Woodruff.
ORPJIEUM High uluss vaudeville.
It is no ensy task to pick tho top-hnor at
the Orphfium this week. All tiro good, If
not far beyond tho tiverngo. Perhaps the
pahn should bo given Eloanor Dorrel, whoso
striking figuro, sweet voieo and pronuncia
tion, tinged with n bit of tho Itilinn, all are
charming. Edward Clark and his six fetch
ing widows won tho audience with thoir
singing and liundsomc costumes. Chirk took
off tho "tout" to tho great delight of the
nudionao. Tho kissing scene is novol In
Zion, but appreciated nevertheless. Ourter
and Bluford mot with an enthusiastic rccup
tion, and they wero encored goncrously in
their coon and Indian songs. " Paul Barnes,
the monologisl, wns tho best, that Salt Lake
bus seen for a year. Ills jokes Wjoro good
and now, his songs were original and catch
ing, and, host of nil, tho act was free from
everything objectionable, no small Item of
praise in itsolf. Ono thing is sure, ho will
liavo to get to work and lnanufucturo
aomo moro versos of his song, "Novor " Ho
should bo able to Inst as long as tho ap
plause. Tho Roznires do the best wire
walking stunt in the business, tho audience
holding its breath as tho maid walked across
the wiro with hor feet within a small
wheel. Tho chewing-gum song of Lola Mil
ton was the best thing of tho Medallion Trio
act. The musical instruments "were handled
with fckill. Tho Pan through Coylon by tho
faithful kinodromo was ono of the most at
tractive features of the evening. And, by
tho way, tho orchestra was generously ap
plauded for the "Clock Store," and "right
fully so. Thero was hardly an ompty soat
in tho house, and tho bill for the week de
serves tho patronage of all tho Orphcum
Slide for Life.
Bort Nelson, who won considerable distinc
tion at the Salt Palace somo tinio ago in a
wonderful "slide for life" "on a rope from
tho top of the pnlaco, last night made an
other successful slide and alighted on the
ground unhurt. Ho hangs by pulloy which
is attached to a rope nnd shoots from tho
top of tho pnlaco to tho ground. He intends
to make the slide oach night this week.
New Boy in Town.
Mr. and Mrs. ITonry Schmittroth are happy
over the arrival of a boy Sunday. All doing
Fortunately Don't Always Como True.
Whether dreams are the result of things
we have thought about tho day previous,
or to something we have eaten Is some
times a question hard to answer.
A Ponna. woraau has noticed that hor
rible dreams came from tho excessive use
of coffee. She writes:
"For 20 years I've been drinking coffee
and have been troubled more or less with
nervous headaches, shortness of breath,
horrible dreams and palpitation of the
"Tho doctor said I would have to give
up coffee said I had what Is called "cdf
feo heart." I would try to stop It, only
to begin again worse than over.
"One day I read an advertisement about
Postum and decided to try It. The effect,
was simply wonderful. I quit coffee and
each day I drank Postum aud In a week I
began to grow stronger and less nervous.
This kept on until now I feel like an
entirely different woman. To my friends
who ask me what has brought about
such a change In so short a time, I say
"I have how been UBing Postum for two
and a half months and have not tho loaut
desire for coffee. I llnd Postum tastes
best by putting It in cold water and let
ting It como to a boll slowly then boll It
25 minutes." N'amo given by Postum Co.,
Battle.Croek, Mich. Read tho little book,
"The Road lo Wcllvllle," in pkgs.
"There's' a reason."
j Dealers should place their orders early for our "Wli
Cream Chocolates, Parrot Stick and Specialties, af
H demand is exceeding the supply, ' '9
Obliged to Lie With Limbs Higher
Than Head Suffered Untold
Agonies and Could Not Walk
Doctor Said It Was the Worst
Case he Ever Saw,
CURE BY CUT1CURA
"I received your letter asking for
information about using the Cuticura
Remedies. I used them for eczema.
The doctor said it was the worst case
he ever 6aw. It was on both limbs,
from tho knees to tho ankles. Wo
tried everything tho doctora knew of,
but the Cuticura Remedies did the
most good. I was obliged to lie with
my limbs higher tlian my head, for tho
?ain was so terrible I could not walk,
suffered untold agonies. One limb
wasted away a great deal smaller than
the other, there was so much discharge
from it. I found the Cuticura Rem
edies very soothing, and I still koep them
in the house. I am very thankful to
say that I am cured, and you can pub
lish this statement if you wish. I found
the Cuticura Remedies all that you say
they are. I hope that you may be
spared many years to make the Cuticura
Remedies for the benefit of persons suf
fering from the torture of skin diseases,
Buch as I had. I remain, yours rc
Bpcctfulry, Mrs. Golding, Box 8, Ayr,
Canada, June 6, 1905."
CURED OF CHAPPED HANDS
"I have used the Cuticura Soap for
chapped hands, which I had been
troubled with for about threo years. I
suffered intense pain and itching. I
used nearly two cakes of the Cuticura
Soap, and my hands were completely
cured and have never troubled mo
Eince. I also took the Cuticura Resol
vent for tho blood at tho same time.
I canrecommend the Cuticura Rem
edies to others suffering tho same.
Chas. Young, Plattsville, Outario, Can
ada, Sept. 29, 1905."
Complete Extfrntl and Internal Trmtrnent for rrtrf
numor, Irora Plmplti lo ScrofuU, from Infancy to Aro,
couilitloi of Cuticura Soap. 23c, Ointment, JOe., Hootv
ent. Mc. (in form of Chocolitt Coated PHI. 15c. per tUI
of &)), may be htd of all itrnggliti. A tingle ict often care.
Totter Drug k Chetn. Corp., Sole Propi., Boiton. Mia
S3- Mailed Free, How to Cuio Itciilu;, Scaly Uumorl. j
OF SAN FRANCISCO. Inc. 1861
Of its Sau Francisco conflagration
losses, this company on August 20th
hud adjusted und paid, without dis
count, a5D claims, amounting to S050,
S50. Unlimited personal liability of
stockholders. Under la-ws of Stato of
California, policyholders havo a3 a
cunruritco (besides tho assets of tho
company,) the personal wealth (esti
mated at $25,000,000) of tho stock
holders of this company.
M. A. Newell, Pres.
Geo. W. Brooks, Secy.
Rogers-Evans Co., Agent.
Situated corner Gough and Turk
Streets, facing Jefferson Park. Two
bloclcs from Van Xess Avonue. the
present shopping district. Car lines,
transferring to any part of tho city,
pass the door. Largest and nowust
hotel In San Francisco, having hoen
constructed 1C6S than two years ago.
Has every modern convenience; 250
outside rooms, tingle or en sulto; 100 j
private buths. Newly furnished and
reoponed August let. American plan
$3 a day and up. European plan $1.50
a day mid up. Hotel automobllu or
omnibus nieots all trains and steam
ers, Wlro or wrlto for reservations.
(John G. Darker, formerly proprietor
Salt Lake Turf Exchange
08 SLAIN ST.
rl?Tnr?l. ana EaiUnt rucea smn
1ra tar All aportliiB event.
i SMART SHOPS
! Our Watch-Word,
I Is being exemplified in the lata conceits and models that iw
S pression here thiB fall. Our styles are authoritative and our a
the result of judicious study of the ho3t creations to h foj
S fashion centers.
j THE TAILOR-MADE SUITS embrace a good showing of i
; mannish cut in English worsteds, the Frenchy pony coat tad
in serges and broadcloths, and the very effective military rl;
$22.50 to $100.00
j Our gown department is becoming moro and moro appredrt
S woman of fashion. Her individuality can be suitod and hit 'i
hanced by tho dainty, Frenchy creations gotton np in quaint (
i style. No commonplace, ordinary frocks in our siofrxoomj. E
i THE DEMI-TOILETTES for reception and afternoon Mm
exquisite colorings a shado for evoryono for any afternoon Mi
$20.00 and Up
I IN OUR WAIST DEPARTMENT wo ara showing dilntj
a affairs of lace, not, chiffon, mossaline and crepo. Plaids are stroi
i silk and morcerized, also a very large showing of whito wuhin
Leyson's half price sale ,
i of cut glass was big j
j yesterday and will be
I 250 pieces of finest J
American cut glass gov ;
mg at half the regular
value. Sale ends Sat- ;
I urday, Sept. 15. Phone l
65 for the correct time,
fiALTMAKE Cm 5
J.H. Knickerbocker, Q.D.
; OPTICIAN AND JEWIDLKR.
I 227 South Main,
IN CURIO SHOP.