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. 4 , ,. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING- -APRIL 4 1908.
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I hat comes lo you every eprtog is a
I sign that your blood is wanting in
L -itnlity, just- hs pimples and other erup-
ttns are signs that your blood is im
One of the great faota of ezpenenco
'and observation is that Hood's. Saraa
' pqriUa always removes That Tired Feel
ing, gives new life, new courage,
strength and animation; cleanses the
blood, clears the complexion, builds up
the whole system.
2This is one of the reasons why Hood'a
Siirsaparilla is xhe Best Spring Medicine,
Acceptino substitute for , -
Insist on having Hood's. Get it today.
In. Hemic! or tablet form. 100 Doses $1.
I' ; A good housewife 'phoned us tho
;, other day she always used Hewlett's
goods,, but the last time another
brand was substituted and she uover
llkod it half so well. We appreciate
the kindness of the lady, but not
the grocer in substituting. If your
dealer does not carry
r Three Crown -Natural
t . Japan
please let us know and we will see
you git it alright.
y Curious Compound Capsules combine
If the virtues of Big G, Pabst 0. K., San
f tal Pepsin, and sell for $1.25 a box.
I Mail orders promptly attended to.
Dcutfl Drug Co., Distributors, 338 Main
St., Salt Lako City.
None genuine without the trade mark
,1 V the Curious D.
I 142 MAIN STREET. i
I A full lino of professional
5 mounts and supplies.
fe $ Kodaks and Developing, i
GERMANY WITH DtMT
Necessity for Loan Amounting
to $162,500,000 Comes as
LONDON, April 3. The news given
out yesterday of the now German and
Prussian loans, amounting to $162,
500,000, came as a surprise lo London,
and has resulted in much discussion,
and even in the expression of some
distrust of the financial position of
Germany. That loans amounting to
$200,000,000 already have been found
necessary this year, and that these
loans are "keeping: paco with the great
ly increased naval expenditures of
Germany, interests British financiers
and the" British public keenly, and some
people are of the opinion that this
financial activil3 shows a tendency
ultimately toward war. Othors, how
cvcrt believe that these Gorman loans
provide a safeguard against war.
Financiers here have realized that
the naval undertakings of Germany,
tho Prussian plan for expropriating
the land of the Poles, and the project
of extending the state railroads, might
require tho raising of a loan within
a year, but it was not expected that
the government would borrow so much
at a time of peace, or find it necessary
to pay such a high rato of interest.
Four per cent is a higher interest rate
than Germany has been compelled to
pay in moro than twenty years. Tt is
believed that little English capital will
be invested in these loans, and that
tho English market will only be in
Cured of Rheumatism. J
Mr. "Wm. Henry of Chattanooga,
Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm.
"The strength seemed to have gone out
of the muscles so that it was useless
for work," he says. "1 applied
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and wrapped
the arm in flannel at night, and to
my relief I found that the pain gradu
ally left me and the strength re
turned. In three weeks tho rheumatism
had disappeared and lias not. since re
turned." Tf troubled with rheumatism
trj- a few applications of Pain Balm.
You are certain to be pleased with The
relief which it affords. For sale by
Ever Use Quick Shine Shoe Polish?
No turpentine or ackls used In the
manufacture. Tt preserves the leather.
Your shoes will last longer and wear bet
ter when polished with Quick Shine Shoe
Polish than any other polish mnde. Ask
your dealer for It. Accept no other.
Price, 10 cents.
Landseekors' Excursion to Idaho.
April 7. Excursion rates to Idaho
points for those who wish to investi
gate the State's agricultural resources.
Thousands of acres of land available
and open for settlement, in various sec
lions. Tickets limited to April 17.
I Ask Oregon Short. Lino agents for rates
1 and further particulars,
Phones; Independent 227: Bell EXCHANGE 22. '
Oall- all departments
Si Saturday specials on women's hose f
jl Pure Hermsdorf black, prime lisle hose, extra garter top,
I double soles. Splendid 50c value. Saturdays QlZim
A pairs for $1.00, or the pair $3)1,
"Women's fine cotton hose, high Beautiful gauze lisle hose, white
(La spliced heel, double solo. A o0- tipped, double sole, spliced 5Sfc
dozen lot, worth 65c the pair. : heel, 20 dozen pairs. Excellent if
A Saturday ltf values at 7oc the pair. ZflCrf
special TtePV Special tcOU
v Misses' best quality silk lisle hose, fine ribbed. Packed three
db pairs iu each box. A splendid wearing, com- 4 a a
Portable stocking. Our price 35c the pair, or box$ J.oll'ij lb
Women's fine .cotton hose, made i Silk lisle hose, a 50-dozen case of $
4 with doublo sole. Very fine 'them. Fiuo gauze weight. Spe- R
gauge. Special, 2 pairs -fl cial 6 pairs for $1.40,
for 25c, or the pair ...S-tJ'L. i 0r the pair 9
V East ai3le main store. -S
S Our parasol display
5 Surpassing in every respect any previous showing we have
ever made. The styles are more beautiful and we have a w
large stock, giving voir an opportunity to select practically
any style parasol made for this season. Prices begin at $1.50 jj-
As each. Some very pretty ones at the price, too. Then on up ja
to pure silk ones at $5.00 and higher. ' Jy
Values that cannot be duplicated in the city.
Walker's parasols for quality as well as style.
STEEL TRADE OUTLOOK
XEW YORK, April 3. Almost with
out exception the steel manufacturers
who mot in this city last night at a
dinner given by Chairman E. FT. Gary
of tho United States Steel corporation
expressed the opinion that there had
been a gradual, though slow improve
ment in business, uccording to a state
ment -made by Mr. Gary today. He
said all those present at the dinner
wero optimistic concerning the future.
Mr. Gary said no one was required to
express any 'opinion concerning prices
and very little was said on r.liat score.
He added, however, that so far 33 he
know, there has not of late been any
disposition on tho part, of any of the
steelmakers to change prices-
Tribune Want Ads.
Bell phone 5201. IncL phone 360-343.
' - Thesunshin
1 ' jtl ' warmth of April have started spring
I ! dfiSk f;'jra buying with a vigor and whenever I
I-- ' m:'''Mr spring buying starts
I fe e l
I i'j" ' I want you to come in and see these I
Br 1 Cll5l?HCRAFT. clothes. If you don't buy there j
H 7 CSf jM f e P'effltV f good done anyway
H' V 1SV fr I have had an opportunity
1 ffj of showing .you what sort of j
Hi . I clothes i'seHI and you can .earn just what the best dressers
Hi I lare. wearing; I
I Suits and Overcoats
I J $15, to $40 i
m, I "It pays me to 1 11 H tf 1
Ixsell good clothes" V Vr L "&m St. 1
'EBUBT is merciful
Fi11.es Imposed Ave Stiff, liut
j II lutiiliiitioii of Prison
TOLEDO, O., April 3 The, .twenty
wealthy lumbermen of Toledo found
pruiltv of conspiracy in restraint of
I trade, under the Valentino act ;'ahti
j trust law were sentenced today by
j Judge Kumlcr iu the4 Common;,. Pleas
' court. The sentences wero-fines ranj;
I inff from $500 to $1000, and in no in
stance was a .iail sentenco jrivon.
There was a dramatic 6eene today
when the defendants appeared in court.
Their attorney asked for a stay of
proceedings, to give him time' lb file
a petition in error in the Supreme
f-ourl. When he had finished his ar-
Kumcnfc John Puck, one of tbo defend
I ahts, arose and declared the condition
I of his health mado it imperative that
1 the case apjainst him be ended at once,
and throw himself upon tho mercy of
Puck is one of the most prominent
citizens of Toledo and "the prosecution
has brought him near the crave. !Mr.
Puck's attorney expressed his surprise
at the action of his client, and de
clared it amounted to the attorney bo-iup-
dropped from the case. The Judge
fined Puck $500. The other defendants
I asked for and were given sentence.
XO CHANCE OF DEPORTING
ANARCHIST EMMA GOLDMAN
NEW YORK, April 3. A goodly
proportion of the detective force of
New York City is busy helping the
United States secret service bureau to
locato all aliens in the city who have
been undesirable and who may be do
ported. "There have been no. arrests thus
far." said Chief Flynn of the New
York secret service bureau, "but the
police and the secret service men are
working together in weeding out such
people as we can got hold of aud
stamp as unfit sort.
"There is no chance of our deport-
ing Berkman or Emma Goldman. The
former has been here too long and the
latter is the daughter of a citizen.
Emma Goldman's father took out his
naturalization papers, aud it is highly
improbable that she can be. sent out
of the United Stales."
1 AT POINT OF DEATH
WOULD CLEAR WIFE'S NAME
ST. LOUIS. April 3. Lying at the
point of death in the City hospital,
John B. Barry, streetcar conductor,
wounded by a bullet, today begged his
wife to retract her statement that she
I shot him accidentally while he was
trying to take from her a revolver.
I with which she had threatened to com
1 in if. suicide, lie urged her lo say that
J ho shot himself accidentally while
cleaning the revolver. But Mrs. Barry
peraiatcd in saying she had fired the
shot. Barrv became unconscious while
pleading with his wife, and it is be
I lievnd he will die within a short time.
Mrs. Barry is not in custody.
, B. D. Evans,
! Undertaker and Erabalnier. has removed ;
I to new location. 48 South State. '
; PROPOSALS FOR BEEF AND jVIUT
; ton. Office Chief Commissary, Denver,
Colo.. March . JflOS. Scaled proposals
f for furnishing n(1 delivering1 fresh beef
' anrl mutton on block during year, com
' menclnp July 1. 1P0S. will he received
' here and at offices of commissaries at
following posts until 11 a. m. standard
mountain time. April 6. 1008. and then
opened: Forts Logan. Colo., Douglas and
DuChcsue. Utah. Proposals will be re
ceived and opened at tho same time for
fresh b'of and mutton to be delivered
I at' these posts at temperature not sreat
1 er than 50 degreos Fahrenheit. Infor
! matlon furnished on application. En
velopes containing proposals should be
marked. "Proposals for fresh beef and
mutton," and addressed to undondpne-d
or to commissary nt post to be oupplfed.
Major O. AN" Ruthers, Chief Commis
sary ' : -zl?-
Tjl Plat val lace and in- M i I) ) Kk 1e town stock ties I M
i sertion. in assortment M B $ TifM MV very neat and pret- ! -fe
7 2 to o-jnch widths. Zr Saturday .... -1C f 1R
m Very Special SatllT- phones: Independent 227; tit- i , $'
I riqAr - Bell ESOHANQ-E 22. Windsor ties in alL colors, J f
f y, iflC Call all departments. worth 35c each. Of 1
yarcl - - ' - - Choice fllC A W
0 r, Annual rose bosh sale 3
Center aisle main store. - Center aisle main atore. -Jbii
w 1 now on 20c, 25c, 35c each 1 1 m
u Second day of the great 44c silk sale
A wonderful assoi-tment of pure silk Foulards, Pongees, Messaline and J M
1 Tussalis 6000 yards in the purchase, f 1;'
i Every yard worth 85c; some 90c. They're all beauties. This MM &
1 8 spring styles and designs. Choose Saturday all day at the iMuLf 0 $
j yard ' 1 1
v 7. 'lie15"" yMSt f fi
f A hundred and fifty dainty little dresses Mfk h
1 worth np to $2i0 each choose at onJy . , . .1Tl '
tjv These Avill probably not last all day. so hurry. They're beauties, every one made of
finest quality lawn in Buster Brown, Dutch, neck and French effects. Made up with- small
pleats and box pleated. ! x
There are one hundred and fifty of them every one different. The prettiest assortment
of children's dresses ever brought to this cily. 1
P Sizes to fit; little. girls from 2 to 5 years, of. age. Choose Saturday, while they last, at '
m .$1.40. We advise early selection, as they will disappear rapidly. V
Splendid Jot 'of baby .coats in cream and white... Bedford cord and serges lined
Jwith silk and trimmed with braids. They're worth fiJi
$6.00 each. Choose at onl7 ,: ,r. . J
.Invenile section first floor annex. A
5 Second day of the greatest glove sale Salt Lake ever saw. L ;
Those sixteen buttons in fine French kid, we mean. Made with JJf I
fig? three pearl buttons and hi all seasonable shades. They're iIm I
worth $4.00 the pair. Saturday you choose at only $ W I -1
A A long gldve at a short price. Select now. We bare your size. - J '9
1 Fine muslin night gowns . QnTl Dainty net waists offered 5A 2 ll
special, eaxjh veil r at your choice 11
jTs These are beauties, made of finest muslin iMade up in the broad shoulder effects. H
u aud trimmed with tucks, laces and einbroi- j( Trimmings of. ruffles, val laces and Cluny g& I "
I dery. .Extra full width and length. High jl n u P . , n , v - j
R " t , , it,,!' insertion. Collars made of tucks aud lace l 5
neck and long sleeve or low neck and short ji . , m, i
7 sleeve models. Choose at only 95c, They're B and finished W!th lace jobs. They're splen- I
6 worth much more. jj -did values at $5.o0. W
8 Black silk petticoats with 18.inch flounce, !; Pretty wliite lawn shirt waists, lace and em- Wk J
A. two four-inch ruffles and finiflhed with broidery trimmod. Made of very fine I j
stitched tailored straps $7.50 and $8.50 i; quality lawn. Perfect fitting models, long M !
fta the regular piices. (gj ap or short sleeves. Worth up to a
Ohoose at $fftttfe) 'i $3.25 each. Choice Saturday... $I0el A
Jfa First floor annex. First floor--annex. f
L ,s$ikdk a?uray IMiiery "special" ) m
' Sn' Tllis is'our third "Saturday millinery sale." and if the first 2 Jlj
wMk are criterious this will be a winner. There are even more - l
a tn styles to select from this Saturday, some more expensive mod- k ?8
Slfe) els having been added. Every hot is new and "right" for this I -3
b st'Tr5"CS season. The "Merry Widow" and all the other now spring y iMf
& shapes arc in great prominence.
5 30T $0' Hats you would expect to see priced from $8.00 to mf
v& P - $1Qm oach- Select from fin ? wi
I Vyr. Saturday only at Ull I Mf
v ffT)' rFhis will occur every week during'the season. A splendid f
line of seasonable hats at $5.00 each.. You'll learn to watch ttk
fcgb them. jj Jr'
"Men's corner" Saturday specials ' Children's and in- JJ m
f Spendid line of muslin night shirts. French cut neck. . fant'S ShOCS SpeCl.ll J wi
, ? "Worth 75c each. Saturday PP innrt pit, , I
I fi&s . , iHSlffl 1000 pairs of hand tumed, K eMh
slyec,al ; 1 '; spring heel, lace and button W$
4 Fine quality muslin shirts. French cut neck. Qm shoes, neat patent tip and
P Worth $1.0-0 each. Saturday special Odt ' Patout Splendid wear. T W?
. " ; '.ing and correct shapes, made ,
A Silk- and linen night shirts. - Delicate effects .in tan and for comfort as well as looks. 'Wj.jj
C gray.- Very handsome garments at $4.00 M for Sizes , 212 ",0 S- Values f M
I rn . . v . SZ.HJi straight $1.25 the pair. A J
each. Choice Saturday Vve ' H Im
g) i Choose Saturday fmh Ul
riasl aisle Main store. at the pair 4 Jh