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I THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1908. 3 I '"r
HI FOB IDIM
Biisliine and Warmth Guaran
,: teeil to Continue for An
W other Day.
Wthousli It was cloudy Tuesday, the
iv'wcs warm snul tho packed snow of
'streets and sidewalks melted for ihc
fet' time in several days. Fair weather
Si' been promised for Wednesday and If
weather man Is a good prophet, his
fiction will come true,
filch barometric pressure extended over
I Kocky Mountain slope and plateau,
Fjyn(r fair weather over nearly tho en-
countrv Slnnn centers were re
Sftj over tho upper lake regions and
'South Atlantic coast, producing high
Eila and rain and snow over portions of
-Atlantic and Gulf Stales?, with snow
rvAshevillo and rain at Knoxville,
hlncton and Norfolk.
Local forecast for Salt J.ake City and
Snitv Fair Wednesday,
Tuesday's record at the local office
(the weather bureau for tho twenty -nr
hour ending at 6 p. in. was as fol
Maximum temperature, SG degrees;
Minimum temperature, 21 degrees; mean
tmDerature. 28 degrees, which Is normal,
peumiilated excess of temperature since
first of the month, Jl degrees; ac
imulated excess of temperature since
LDuary 1, 11 degrees. Kelativo humidity,
Total precipitation from r p. m. to G p.
'- none, Accumulated deficiency of pre
Dltalion since the first of the month, .118
rh. Accumulated deilclency of precipi
tin slnco January 3, .28 inch.
9 Tciuperatiures Slscwhere.
Is Iin.' Min.
oie 201 New York 2S
stori -c Oklahoma 30
barloston -iUIOmaha 28
hlwso 32;phoonix . 41
InclnnatI -S, Pittsburg ... 21
tejivdr 2S Portland, Ore... 30
ktrolt 20, St. Louis .10
iraiid Junction. S St. Paul 21
ansas City...- 28 San Francisco,., -12
Jttle Rode OS Spokane 28
M Angeles .... 56' Washington 2G
llG FIRE IN NEW ORLEANS :
tt. LOSS A QUARTER MILLION
;XEW ORLF.AN-. Jan. 7. Fire In Itoy.il
trcet, near Iberville, In the lieurL of the
eBusiness district, iicrc today caused dnni
Iwe to tlio extent of $250,000. Tho live
iferj! building occupied by the W. G.
nftault furniture house was practically
"Iwlxoycd and three other structures were,
ftwrs. lid. M. J,unl, cashier of the Tc
mBIL firm, was badly Injured.
HI Beckham Forces In Control.
IjFRAXKFORT. Ky . Jan. 7. The TJemo
Ifcts elected the ofNcers in both Houses
(K.tlie Legislature' when that body con
penwl today. This apparently HCttlcd all
predictions of success far the aiUi-13ck-Aam
combination for United States Scim-
Noted Polish Princo Dies.
ffPAEIF. Jan ".Prince Stanislaus
Ponlaiouski. tho head of the historic Po
lish" house of that name, is dead. Two
ofi Ills ons married American women.
Ml4 Maud Godrlard of New York and
Hs Elizabeth Sperry of Stockton, Cal.
FEOM THE ANTILLES.
IIiarabDrlain's Cough Remedy Benefits
jk a City Councilman at Kings
IB ton, Jamaica. j
Mr. W. O "Noilly l-'opart.v, t.-Iio is a
wmler ol' l.ho City Council at Kinga
onj; .lainaica. West Indies, "writes as
iHon-s: "One bottle of Chamberlain's
baeh Reined v had cood cfTcet ou a
Eh iliat was giving nie trouble, and
should have boon more quick
;f!liccfl if T bad eontinurd Iho rem
I. 'Dial, it wjis beneficial am quick
iTrcliennjr mc there is no doubl and
Sis my iutenlion to obtain anolhor
pule,'1 Eor salo by all dniKgisls.
tj. Naval Inventor Dies.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 7. Commander
"llllam JJalo lirigcs, I". S. N., retired,
td liire vcs'ei-dav, aged oO years. Tic
as on duty In the office of Naval Inlel
sncc. Commander Drlgp. wis an In
ntor of breech mechanism in use In the
If Hard Colds. '
HPcoplo whoso blood is pure are
lot nearly so likely to lake hard colds
KU'liysioloKy goes into the reason.
Hood's SaTsapnrilla makes the blood
hi re, can sing healthy acliou of the mu
fcijs membrane and giving strength and
no to all Iho. organs and functions.
feTliip jrcat Jnedieino recovers the sys
tem after a cold, as no other does.
Nc-w Attorney Tor Oregon,
JVASIJlxr.TON, Jan. 7.--Tho. President
play prnt thr Heuatn the nomlnniion nf
"nn Sehuebel to Ik- I "ultcff States
IRjtonicy for the rtlstrii-t of OreKon.
t'Nonc better made Vienua Walnut
read. Ask your grocer for it,
Why I Lost
Seasons Why Thousands Like Mo Catv
not Satisfy Their Employers.
I believe 1113' fate is not unlike that
of thousands ol other workers who
daily lose their places for reasons they
do not know, and probably would not
believe. When their last pay envelope
comes along, it is usually '"'Your ser
vices no longer required.'"' If the truth
were known, the reason for their un
ceremonious removal would probably bo
that their usefulness was destroyed be
cause of some mental worry, bodily
ailment or general indisposition. These
things, as we all know, are the most
'fruitful causes of fuilure in all walks
of life. Tho battle of Waterloo was
lost because of a headache. In this
quick age our minds must be clear,
rapid, active, and free' from outside
inlluence or worry, or else we go down
to failure with the throng of ' 'float
ers " who go from one place of employ
ment to another, giving no satisfaction
to others or to themselves, constantly
growuiig older and less useful, -with no
ambition, no "will power, and no hope.
Everj- man requires from everv other
man the best that is in him. feut no
man can uso or get the best that is in
himself until ho is first free from all
fretful indispositions and worries.
That vas my trouble. I was full of
troubles. That's why I lost my job. My
stomach in the first place was alwaj'6
out; of order, and I was worrying about
it and my mind grew cloudy, and slow.
I umdo mistakes, and grew grouchy.
That was the end.
There are thousands like me, going
about with "quick lunch" faces, dys
peptic manners and repulsive atmos
pheres. No employer wants such men's
Take my advice. A healthy stomach
is half the battle, for it keeps your
mind clear, and your face rosy. I havo
a healthy stomach now and hold a good
positiou, and my employer is- satisfiud
and so am L
T started to take Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets which J was told were good
for the worst cases of indigestion and
dyspepsia. The first two tablets made
a wonderful diffcrenco in. my condition.
One ingredient of Stuart "s Dyspepsia
Tablets digests .'tfJOO grains of food.
The stomach doesn't have to work at
nil. The tablets do all tho work, no
matter how heavy 3'our meal.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets cure
.brash, eructations, burning sensations,
bloat, irritations, loss of appetite, nau
sea, heartburn, lack of encrgv. loss of
memory, and dyspepsia and indigeation
in their very worst, forms.
No other "little tablets in the world
can do so much. You should oarrv
them around with 3011 wherever 3-011
go and take them rcgulnrl.3- after meals.
Then you will realize what it is to bo
freed from stomach torment, and havo
a" clear mind, a quick mcmo-, a happy
disposition, comfort and rest. Get Stu
art's D'spepaia Tablets at an' drug
store for 50c a package.
Send us-your name and address to
da and we will at. ouco send you bv
mail a sample package free. Address I?
A. Stuart. Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Mar
' jlTTtfS) Mic new year
'fS right by tlriuk"
iiSSJi ing a pure un- j
Igljla colored Lea. '
I HEWLETT'S :
j Three Crown Natural Japan
I Tea alwa's good.
h Want a Beautiful Galen- g
j I dar for 1908? 8
I You can get one by calling at B
; the office of the fij
I Where Huslcr's Flour comes from
161-163 Worth Third
I West Street. I
! Tribune Want Ads.
' Bell phone 520J. Ind. phono 3150-31S.
1 5 Walker's j WpM J Walker's 2
i j $4,500 A WWfpSifiKM 1 Cash F I
6 :r:i,. I if wiA sr:r C . I
1908 model automobile with P If. Vr""" First gift $1000.00. M
full equipment given to one MSI II CM?frJ1ir Second gift $500.00. ffl
A of our customers May 29th. AJ i M " Phones: Pffi Third gift $400.00. M
K Each $1.00 cash purchase J m J$ Ml jfl Jj JhL Indepcndont j jjm Fourth gift $300.00. ffl
' s' particulars at 22- j Enquire at office for par- H
Tfiird day ol tlte greatest white sale ever 1
j conducted in Salt Lake City. , ? 1
4 "Just like the week before Christmas" a comment repeatedly heard when the shoppers first entered the store. And justly, too, J, D
for the store was crowded each day from morning till night. . , y ffll
jjf Notwithstanding the large force of extra salespeople emplo3rcd for the occasion, many shoppers -were unable to be served. As a security against the repetition In
" of Monday's and Tuesday's congestion, we urge, as Ave did before Christmas, morning shopping, as the crowds are greatest afternoon and stocks are more disturbed. ' H
Though every white article iu the store is reduced, of course the main interest ceuters around the three great white goods depart- B
nients especially affected by this price reducing. The imdermuslins, the embroideries and the linens and white goods each complete in its L I
entirety and a masterpiece of careful selection and excellent standard. L I
The undermnslin seeHon brought She throngs Mo the annex, j? I
With its many tables and counters piled high with snowy white lingerie hand and machine made foreign and domcstie designs a great 1
.Jl portion coming right from Paris, the home of finest embroidered muslins. , . I 1
The 25 per cent rednictien greatly appreciated when the original .11
f& fewness of prices were noticed. I
ll The entire stoclc of corset covers, drawers, gowns, long skirts, short skirts, chemise, combination suits and sets iii'both domestic and Rj
imported makes at one-foui-tli off actual retail prices a short list follows, just to show I
? 35c garments for 27c 85c garments for 64c $1.50 garments for $1.32 $3.00 garments for..., $2.25 fi H
50c garments for 38c $1.00 garments for 75c $2.00 garments for $1.50 And so up to g
W 75c garments for 57c $1.25 garments for 94c $2.50 garments for $1.88 $30.00 garments at $22.50
A Linens and white wash fabrics ointdass s(. p mark-downs on pretty embroid- 3 H
f all previous efforts: PPv : I eres or any lingerie. f 1
k More salespeople thau ever before and then to have peo- CT (jSF This splondid annual event always coming gup to expec- i I
pie wait for three-quarters or hall' an hour for attention is -p yJV ''Mk ! lations ww,t f'11' ihead of it's own previous records Monday I
f the story of the first (wo days in this aisle so great was the a"cI Tucsa-V? though the quantities were no greater thau H
attendance. on somc P1,0V101,S occasions, the assort ment.was so carefully B
Reason was greater reductions ami better values than 'iyjil j V v-!S selected and styles so good that it was really a more attrac- U
ever offered before. Kesult the greatest two days' business UL? J 'f' tV tive showing than we ever offered. Newest conceptions of- H
this department ever handled. And four more just such :L-&V - JT-r' i'f(?'V JovHd by the designers this season were well represented and H
clays to follow. Here arc some prices we did not quote Sun- ' jJl jl f ('-ltjfe' prices in every instance were i'ar below our best previous of- H
day. They're the kind, though, that lil led the department. -!yj$ Uf-'TX -j fers" A lu" rftcl"clions quoted Sunday still hold good with J H
72 by 84 white wool blankets, $6.75 value $3.38 ; WfM L Jj these additional offers not mentioned before. I H
j 72 by 84 white wool blankets, $7.50 value. . . .$4.65 k&C W- All white appliques and trimmings one-fourth off. f 1
; 72 by 84 white wool blankets, $8.50 value. . . .$4.85 'MWi ' All white neckwear at half regular prices. ffi
j 72 by 84 white wool blankets, $11.00 value. . . .$5.90 Uiliu&W Ts&?' Embroidered edging- 3 to 7 inches wide, 3-yard lengths, g& R
j) 72 by 84 white wool blankets, $12.00 value.... $7.90 " special at 45c to $50 each. K
, 72 by 84 white wool blankets, $13.50 value . . . .$8.90 Embroidered edging, 3 to 7 inches wide, 4y.-yard lengths, B
72 by 84 white wool blankets, $16.50 value.... $9.90 Though this is the Special at 65c to $5.00 each. " I B
y Kvery pair of while blankets in the depart menls to go "January white sale" Insertions, 4 to 8 inches wide. Special at 20c to 75c the B
jjfeg at just as attractive reductions. ' Qf fhe Walker yard. . i 1
: Beautiful dimities in white stripes, checks and plaids. store, every department Embroidered medallions at oc to oOc each. H
j Three grades to go like this Wednesday morning only: ;s 0kerlnr the usual Initial handkerchiefs, very special at 12y2c. (Bw B
I n wr i a ; i ir j A" Pure linen handkerchiefs, extra offer oo each. ) H
J 2;jc quality, Wednesday monunff. yanl IGc number Of excellent sav- T ... -, , ... . , . nn B
i ssJi .,- ,., w I i - i in . Initial handkerchiefs, six m a box, for 90c. Qb B
j Moc quality, Wednesday morning only JJ'c ingS on colored goods Jsr B
50e quality, Wednesday morning only o'lc don't fot'et the AUTO These offers are at savings of from 25 to 75 per cent of & B
i And all the reductions you read Sunday and more, too. the actual retail prices. Q
Iff IWlj)jl..J. J... ILjJlii.L.jL.JJ.lJI.il I I H' li I lili1 llll 1 Ill I1 ll illl'l li'l'ililll iB i r III h illi I ' III I ll'""" I l T1' "TT I iff I II , l l I Hi m n0 Mil i PH I ni B
mmmm -NO SUCM VALUES AS THESE. U&QWffllffliatifflSB& I
The offerings in t his Mid-Seasou Siilo arc all that we claim for f.liein, no inore .no less. Cfarduer Sales arc very rare, a sale being conducted OJiJy J II I
lien necessary, conscfjucntly. when we a lili ouu.ee a reduction it is gtMniinc and lTjn-csents all the value oiir prices indicate. Fictitious prices or values have Mf:SifJ I m
rvIid-Seasosi Sale of Men's Suits Mid-Season Sale of So!3 Shirts ! Redactions ou Men's Lined Malts mi I H
There will doubtless be several weeks of cold weather j . Tnis Clearance makes it possible for the man who wears a soft and GlOWS iJ I 0
t, and one of these Suits would be of much genuine Bhirt th attachecl collar to in a s at little cosU Men's Leather Mitts, fine quality, wool lined, regular price pllf I
n.ce, 0nc ,inc o; splendid French Man-! One line ol: medium weight Vvors- $1.25. Sale price $1.00 1 Iff
net Shirts in neat stripe effects, led Shirts, patterns in checks, Re nlar $1 values 75 w$Mtfl3h 1 H
0;00 Suits fur $ 7.00 j 20.00 Suits Tor.. '...$15.00 sojci regularly at $2.r0, MiiU figures and stripes; regular to ' . ' V&'PSSi I H
2.00 Suits. for $ H.00 ' $25.00 Suits for $19.00 Sqasoii Sale Prh'e $1.85 value $2.50; Sale Trice. . .$1.85 We desire a complete clean-up of every pair of Men's ft 1 R
5.00 Suits Cor $11.00 ! $30.00' Suits Cor $22.50 . 0no lo( of heavv r,r;lv and silk. wool-lined Mitts, and have priced them this way : fM i II
8.00 Suits for. . . . .$13.50 $35.00 Suits -for $26.50 line of heavy Cashmere Shirts, j figured j,,, 5hi;.,;s. regul;U. r)Q(1 vnlucs for $ 40 WJ3il 1 M
$10.00 Suits Cor $30.00 ' regular value $2.00; MidrSea-l value $1.75 ; Mid-Sea- 75c values for '. GO I H
. ' son Sale Price $1.50 son Sale Price $1.45 $1.00 values for .75 Kfl 1 M
nKrr) TT.- (T'Oi tt! " Varieties from numerous lines in all gTades have been propor- $1.25 values for J.00 Wi I m
Mens IOP (LOatS. lionately reduced The lot inchides dozens of genuine bargains. $1.50 values for 1.15 1114 I I
The prudent man will secure one of these popular coats . feNwfflt I W
- i c-,.; c.,r,-m. A(7ar.i. ynyapmC Sgwuurv Special reduced prices on Men's Fancy Sweaters, Ties, W Vst iMSvl mm
r early Sm'ing wear while these savings are in enect. wTsiiwMiM T , x . ,T rn , . ' lW I H
' (ONE WmWMWWWfmm Pants' Smokrag Jackets, Silk Mufflers, Stiff Shirts and ' ' WiM'ftiil 1
L0.00 Top Goats for $ 7.00 j $18.00 Top Coats for $.13.50 Boys' and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats. '. jfiWSf I
15.00 Top Coats for $11.00 ! $25.00 Top Coats for $10,00 E 0 OA L BUY ? TO B K-IS? 35 Fancy Hose S fchis sale for 250 Jll? I H
$30.00 Top Coats for $22.50 1 -3 MB' b 5igg Boys' 35c 50c Heavy Winler daps go at 25c 5' jj H
iwriwTwcm f,iwlffliwign i"iiihbm i mmii miin iwm 1 1 mmmm n iffj'