3 XOrder for Many Cars for
jstriicfioH Work This
Hj I Su miner.
V TO HAVE SHOPS
AND ELECTRIC LINES
qwerans of the Rail Retire
! fclncago, and Xovsy
I I Notes.
Moffat road is once more active.
J eval years it has been regarded
S Sphinx of railroad.-), but at rhe
I me It litis .gradually been crccp
'4 ard this city,
'1 :he company has let the contract
r7 a large munher of, cars, boiny
lit that will he used for con
itpurposes. that It Is evident that
jpany Is preparing: to go ahead
t, gj plans for hulldlnj: westward
V e present terminus at Steamboat
t ; 214 miles from Denver and
j, lan a third of the way to Salt
"rder calls for:
VEndola curs or 100,000 pounds ca-
cars of S0.U00 pounds capacit .
uQmany of the abtm would nal
c. used In general traflle. It can
'unricrstood why the large num
jkomlnla and flat cars arc ordered
5tlmc. unless It Is for large con
fnLwork. For a loiuj time it has
-tjiown that there was something:
IfCin tho plans of the Moffat Hue.
w hoped that this time the oxtcn
, bo ordered.
IHOUSE AT 3URLBY:
1ft ALSO REPAIR SHOPS
ito The Tribune.
&ET. Ida., April A crew of
IflShort Line engineers; have com
JTlie work of making surveys and
ifei'a roundhouse ami repair shops
jfceet part of town, and left in an
'pile today for the Haft river conn
Sough which the proposed cxtcn
tSthc Kclton-Burlcy branch of the
tyShorl Line will be built. The
fi cross-Koetionins: the riiht-of-ttrithls
road Is practically com
i&The engineers will continue aloncr
i"cyed line as far as Kelt on, and
jJjerjL' will continue on to Salt Lake
Kthe activity displayed at both
Tthe.' proposed line. It is generally
Jtjlhnt work of construction will
'(nicnced ax soon as :i sufficient
jkil be gotten together. Officials
Jlroad have announced that the
of labor is the only thing which
4irlhc way of completing the road
I&thc completion of this braiujli.
pugh traffic from Salt Lake to
M?will paws through Burlcy. ahori
ithc distance between these two
fcventy-flvc miles. The Ilarrimau
Tfl1 seem determined to maintain
11 II road prestige In southern Idaho
I (cost, and whenever another corn
flakes a survey or constructs a
tla company parallels it with' one
town, as is evidenced by the two
Jads which have bcn built Into
iffrom Burlcy and Mllncr Ihc Oro
Tipirt Line from Burlcy and Idaho
Ml BURLEY TO ALBION
Ifjn The Tribune.
EY. Ida.. April 2fi. A parly con
fer. Hon. Isaac X. Powell, city
WE. of Chicago: Captain Henry G.
Itof Springfield. 111.: Charles Uli
MSprlngfield: William T. Colvln
wCnlcngo Inter Ocean, and Col.
JBflYnn Cleave, banker, of Spring
Ifrrlvcd In Burlcy Saturday and
lliests of the Burley Commercial
'.Ma luncheon served at the Hotel
Win Ihc afternoon they departed
J&Jfor Albion. In company with a
lee of Albion citizens, where they
Iffitcd the feasibility of financing
,lrlc .railroad to connect the towns
pn and Burley.
jjjarly returned lo Burlcy Sunday
fitlmicd their journey to Twin
ii'hcre. after visiting a Tcvv days.
Mill', return lo Chicago. Xo an
jGhcnt of their future ilans rcgard
Jllproposed railroad have vet been
Although It Is slated thai the
,jcn were well pleased with the
ts ns far as they had made ln
ilons. If the road is constructed.
?$p a country rich In minerals and
1ure, besides providing railroad
yilcatlons with the stale normal
tocatcd at Albion.
'ilL EETIRE FR0M SERVICE
IjAGO. April 26. To make way
OJger men, .loseph B. Redrield. au
fcs3istant sceietary and assistant
'.jfr. and Marshal M Kirlcmuii. stc
jgfproBldent In charge of accounts
'Chicago & Northwestern Hallway
will retire from active service
Jgfcnd of the week. Both have.
Jfctlvely identified with Chicago's
fl-tatlon Interests from ihe time
Sjio' cit was a prairie outpost un
JJHulcvelopmcul Into the world's
SScdlleld. who Is fct year., old. )o
lth the Chicago t Northwestern
.lfcln 1S13. and during all these
UF'S said has never been absent
Jjn account of sickness. Mr. Kirk
ISjtercd ihe service In 1S5G at the
jj thing that excels is
jWm those qualities lac
a most desires fragrantly
tobacco, aged and se
jflgp" mouthpiece that cools
oke a mais paper wrap-
Ppur'e in a word
5LLMAN CO., Mfn .
TARTAR- is a calcareous
deposit which forms
upon the surfaces of the
teeth and should be re
moved by the daily use of
which cleanses, preserves
and beautifies the. teeth,
prevents the formation of
tartar and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
age of H years. II.' was rapidly ad
vance and since ISS'J has been a. vlca
president. He has written numerous
treatises on railway matters relating lo
financing, conducting and maintenance.
-Mr. Klrkman's position will be filled
hy Lewis A. Jloblnson. with the title
of con t roller. Air. Itedlleld has held a
similar position with the Chlcarro, St.
Paul. Minneapolis it Omaha road.
J. J. HILL AND PARTY
ON WESTERN TRIP
ST. PAlTf.. Minn., April 26. James .1.
TI ill. :ha irniau of tlio Great Northern
Railroad company. siccotnpaniod bv
President L. W. Hill. Howard Klliotf.
prosiMoni of tho Northern Pacific rail
way, and a croup of enstoru financiers,
including rcprcHoutalivcs of tho' firm of
.1. P. Morgan & Co., loft yesterday in
a special (rain for tho Pacific vooasi.
Durini? tin) trip it will bo announced
what will be Ihe policy of tho Hill
lines with reference lo tho develop
ment of the southern part of Oregon.
MO.NTIIKAr.. April 2B. Sir William
an i lorn has resigned as chairman of
tho bonrd of directors of the Canadian
Pacific railway. The position, ho ex
plains. Is merely a nominal one ami has
led to confusion, as in Great Britain the
chairman of the board is really the active
head of tho company. lie will retain his
5cal on the board.
Judge Young Returns. !
President l.e Grand Younc of thf
Kniisrntlon Canxon line returned Tues
day from a, trip to the Pacific const, in
cludlnc: visit? to all points from Phrci
sound to San Dlepo bay. While nwnv
he enjoyed looklncr over all the famous
eleclrlr city and Intcrurban svslcms of
the coast, and went on the Tamnlpals
and Mount l.owe trips by the Incline
roads. He returns highly' Impressed!
wllh the whole const and reports hav
ing had a most enjoyable vacation. He
was accompanied by his daughter. Airs.
Rolrt. and in Berkeley they visited Air.
nnd Airs. Joseph II. Young, Mr. Young
now being general superintendent of the
Southern Pad tic.
Car Service Agents Meet.
. Anderson, car service agent of
! the Oregon Short Line, has gone to San
Prnnclsco lo attend a general meeting
of all car accounlnnts of the Ilarriman
lines. They will discuss a standard for
reporting manifests and other matters
pertaining lo ihe proper reporting of nil
Barlow in Sim Francisco.
.1. Ci. Darlow. engineer, formerly with
the Short Line and one of tho best lo
cating men on the old I'nlon Pacific.
Is now in San PranciBco with the South
ern Pacific. lie was tho original lo
cator of many of the local Hues and
has n wide circle of Salt Lake friends.
The Hallway Record compliments The
Tribune by publishing without Vhange or
without credit, articles original with" this
paper. The Issue of April '2?, is well
filled with ITiah mows, The Record Is a
new sheet, published at Chicago.
A. U. I.ovctt of the Rock Island was
a halt Lake visitor Tuesday.-
Sam Spry of Ihe Rock Island offices
will leave for Switzerland on Thursday,
to be away three years. He is well liked
among tho younger railroad clerks and
will be missed from the circle.
Picsidenl Bamberger has made a clev
er move in holding the fare in Lagoon
nt the old price of no cents, for If as
sures the trains of the companv being
operated without the presence of the
genuine yap. thereby creating a high
class of travel to the icsort which. In
the long run. Is bound to pay. . There
are a grea". many other resorts where
the fare Is all the way from 10 to 1'5
cents, so Lagoon, by charging more. Is
not depriving any person from an out
ing. Two new trailers are coming- for the
Emigration Canyon Hue.
Ninety thousand acres of land in
Elaine. Bingham and Fremont counties
will bo irrigated by the Big Lost river
project, which Is to open up Its lands
on Alay 1. according lo G. F. Sprague.
general manager of the companv. who
Is In Salt Lake for a few clays. The.
new reservoir of the companv' located
near Alaclcay. will be completed on Ihe
date given, and this reservoir contains
sufficient acre feet of moisture to Irri
gate 1000 acres of land. The Oregon
Short Line will build a branch from
Cerro Gordo to AlcColIum. giving the
new lands ample railroad facilities.
Two carloads of Raymond and Whit
comb tourists will arrive Wednesday over
the. Rio Grande from the west, and leave
Thri Schiller Special to Ogden. over
tho Rio Grande. Thursday night, for the
big fight, will be a hummer. It will
leave here at 7 p. m.
The court of appeals nt Albanv, N. Y..
has declared the eight-hour law con
stitutional. Gustavo Tletgen. chairman of the
Hamburg -American line, died Tuesday In
Hamburg. He Is'sjild to have been the
most successful steamship passenger de
veloper In the world.
Owing to the favorable laws of Utah,
why would it not be a good Idea for all
the commercial bodies of Salt Lake lo
formally Invite the Southern Pacific of
Kentucky to remove Its corporate head
quarters here, the natural place for It?
lis own officials have wlnted that they
will move, so here is a good chance
for Sail Lake to gel another headquar
ters. Millionaire A. D. Parker is said to
have decided to retlrn from railroading.
Mo Is vice president of the Colorado
When detailing the large equipment or
der of the O. S. .., It was said that If
all (lie engines and cars were placed on
a. track thv would reach from ''here, lo
Ogden." The Railway Record In Chi
cago runs the story and stretches out tho
train from Chicago to Ogden. for It re
peals the word "here."
7!. T'J. Gosling, local representative of
the Kanawha Dispatch, gave, his visit
ing officials n very good Idea of Salt
The Emigration Canyon road has or
dered a dozen large gondola cars to be
used in the rock traffic from tho big
The grading on the Biirlcy-Oakley
branch of the Oregon Short L.lne has
boon completed, nnd the work of laying
rails Is progressing as rapidly as the
manufacturers can supply the steel.
Weather conditions thir. spring hnvn fa
voreij i lie contractors, so that they were
able lo make much better lime than was
at first thought possible.
S IN SALT LAKE THEATERS. -
COLONIAL THEATER "As the
i Sun Went Down." Matinee, 2:15 v
I- Evening, S:15. r
-J- GRAND THEATER "Th" Call of
- the Circus." Aiallnee, 2;:!0. Even-
Ing, S:l7. v
r Comedy. 5
SHT.'BERT THEATER "When We
Were Twenty-one." Matinee, 2:15. -r
I Evening, S:15. 1
ORP1IEUM THEATER Advanced
I- ' vaudeville. Matinee, 2:15. Even-
-I- Ing, S:15.
4 MISSION THEATER Imperial van--r
dcvllle. Matinee, 2:30. Evening, ?
7:30 and D:1Z.
! CASINO Fisher's vaudeville, con-
r llnuous performance. AIatln.e, 2.
I- Evening, 7. J
i Motion Pictures.
Ll'NA. ISIS. ELITE THEATERS v
J- Alollon pictures, continuous per-
! formancc, afternoon and even-
r Ing. j-
- DANIELS' THEATER Nclson-WoY-
gast fight Two performances nt- 4
r lernoon and evening. Matinee. 2. -r
I- TSvcning. 7:T.0.
Old people or Salt Lake, that is those
who have reached ihe three score and ten
mark and over, were guests of the man
agement of the Grand theater and Theo
dore Lorch on Tuesday afternoon to wit
ness the play, "The Call of the Clrcna."
The theater was packed to this doors and
the aged people enjoyed the production, as
the applause which was merited was fre
quent and hearty. This was the sixth
annum complimentary performance that
has been given by Air. Lorch to the aged
people of 'Aon. All the members of the;
Grand theater staff donated their serv
ices. The oldest person present was Eli?:-
abcth Avory of the Fifth ward, whose
ngo Is 91; another ascd woman present
was Sarah Williams, who has passed S7
years, who was accompanied by her
daughter, Alary Rogers, who is fil5
years old. There were a number of others
who are over 00 years of age. It was
as said, a most enjoyable afternoon for
all. and tho thanks of the big audience
were expressed in more waye than ono to
Air. Lorch and his capable company and
to the Grand management for the enter
tainment given. There are few cities, if
Indeed there is any one city in the Unit
ed States, with tho population of Salt
Lake that can 'turn out 1000 people over
70 years of age lo a theatrical perform
ance. Among tho high cccleslasts of the Alor
mon church present were President Lund
nnd Second Counselor .John Henry Smith
and Presiding Bishop Nibley. The pre
siding bishop was chairman of the old
folks committee. These gentlemen oc
cupied boxes. Between the first and sor
ond acts Governor Spry; -who was present,
was introduced from the stage by Bishop
Alargctts and the governor made a brief
address in which he thanked the man
agement of the Grand upon behalf of the
committee and the aged people present
for the very pleasant entertainment given.
Between the third and fourth acts ATr.
Lorch was called before the curtain and
made a short address. The role that Air.
Lorch had was that of a minister and
his address was along tho line of a pas
tor speaking to his congregation. Jn tho
play It will be lccallcd that the father of
the. minister objected strenuously against
tho bringing into his home of Amy, flic
Injured circus rider. This gave Mr. Lorch
a text and In his remarks he paid high
tribute to the theatrical profession and
also said that there were bad people In
tho profession Just as there were bad pco
plo In other walks of life, but the bad
ones on the stage stood out moro promi
nently In view that they were in the
limelight and It was owing to this t ha
tho world at large held the view they did
regarding the stage nnd Us people. This
view was erroneous been use the mass of
the men and women upon the stago
ranked with those In other vocations
He paid a touching tribut? to the aged
people who were his hearers and spoke In
terms of praise of the late C R. Sav
age, who had always headed the old
folks and brought them out fo the en
tertainments which he has given every
vcar during his engagement in Salt Lake.
'He also referred to his domestic relations,
saying l)iat lie had been married ten
years and that during those ten years he
and his wife had never been separated
for a day. He then called Airs. Lorch,
known as Cecil Fay. who has always
been a favorite with the old people and
shc was glv.cn an -ovation nnd she blush
Inglv bowed her acknowledgments. Air.
Lorch concluded his address with a sen
timent wishing all present health, wealth
and prosperity, and a long and happy
Emma Lucy Gales, one of Utah's song
birds who is prima donna In ..the Berlin
Royal opera, wni In the enst of "Pola,"
the American opera by Nevlns. which
was given lis first production In Berlin
on Saturday night last. She made a. great
success of the role assigned her. The
Sunday Tribune contained a lengthy
cablegram from Berlin detailing the opera
and the manner In which it was re
ceived, the only newspaper In the lntcr
mounluln empire that printed tho story of
"As the Sun Went Down" will play
the usual matinee this afternoon at the
Colonial and will finish out the week there
with another matinee Saturday. "As
the Sun Went Down" tells an Interesting
story in an exciting manner and the ply
is filled wllh plenty of heart Interest
Orpheumiles arc having :i genuine
pleasure this week In the admirable bill
sent for their entertainment. The pro
gramme is varied. It contains an Illus
trated lecture by Alatt TIenson. who ac
companied Peary to the pole, a couple of
clover sketches and specialty numbers ga
lore, all winding up with the best bicycle
act ever ssen In Ihe town. The bill Is go
ing to dellghled audiences.
With a matinee this afternoon and
two performances tonight, the excellent
bill which has been offered at ihe Mis
sion since last Thursday will come to a
close. During the week every act on
the bill has made a hit with the thou
sands of pn Irons of the popular Third
South street house. Commencing tomor
row afternoon, a new bill, one that Is
promised as among Ihe best that has
ever been offered nt the Mission, will j
open a week's engagement.
The Nelson-Wolgast fight pictures at
the Daniels drew big crowds Wednes
day afternoon and night, for the pictures
are proving ono of the most popular at
trai lions of the week. It Is doubtful If
the pictures which icprcseiit the first
half of the flghl could bo Improved
upon. They are so slarthngly clear that
they neatly bring Ihe audience to It s feet
at every performance with enthusiasm.
Lovers of high-class motion pictures
can't afford to miss the programme this
week at the Luna, Isis and Elite the
aters, as the offerings throughout are
excellent- Nothing better has ever been
seen In the motion picture line than the
production of "St. Elmo" at the Isis
theater, and "Othello" at the Luna, and
"Richelieu" at the Elite. All of these
productions have caused no end of fav
Crowded houses and delighted audi
ences lire tho rule at the Casino thea
ter this week. The programme is a
splendid ono, both In the vaudeville acts
and In motion pictures. There arc sev
lltscausu Alargaret Anglln once visited
Australia, where she filled a long pro
fessional engagement, she is now Invari
ably referred to as a nalive of that far
away country. When she was at tho
Antipodes everybody insisted that she
wa? an American eltlr.cn. As a matter
of fact, poor Canada, her true inothcr-l-ind,
was and Is considerably Ignored,
ns t nough no distinguished person could
ever come out of the Land of Snowa.
Has Saved Lives
innnmarabla during the
past 63 y&ars
Graefenberg Children's Panacea
Is a af e and ready romedy for the
disorders of childhood.
positive car&E pob wobms.
Your drutfglirt sells it.
Miss Anglln comes lo the Salt Lake The
ater at an early date.
Dorothy Morton, tlio notod prlma-donna
comedienne, who will he well remem
bered ir. Salt Lake City for hor tri
umphs as the original widow In "The
Prince of Pllsen" and in "The Fencing
Master." will once again delight play
goers in this city, as she will be the
star at the Colonial theater next week,
commencing: Sunday evening, In J.
T. McNally's musical comedv, "Widow
-loiics," the vehicle that first mada May
Irwin famous. Alias Alorton Is support
ed by n. selected company, and a lavish
display of gowns and a. well-equipped
scenic production are promised by her
The high school cadet band, which Is
to give one of the -big concerts of the
season on Saturday night at the Salt
Lake Theater, held a special rehearsal
Tuesday evening in the band room be
longing lo the National Gunrd at the
armory. The boys produced some fine
music and even their loader, It. P. Chrla
tensen, who Is the most exacting man
In a musical line, was proud of them.
Another big rehearsal wlH be Ire Id on
Friday evening, and this will constitute
tho finishing touch. The friends of tho
caflcts are greatly interested in this com
ing concert, and although the seat sale
does not open until Thursday morning
there, have been a great number of scats
spoken for already. The. cadets them
selves have asked for 300 seats.
Wijlard Alack. Alaude Leone and their
exceptionally clever company, ai-e prov
ing a very popular nttractjon at the
Sliubcrt this work, where they nre pre
senting 1 he popular comedy, "When Wc
Wore Twenty-one." Mr. Alack plnys
Richatd Carcwe wllh delightful case and
finish; Aliss Leone Is beautiful to look
upon ns lhyllss. and plays the part with
her usual care and skill. Thero will be
a mallnt'c this afternoon.
C A3XQ R I A
A. K. WIXEMAX IS TO
PUT UP NEW BUILDING
Airs. Catherine A. Reiser and Albert
Reiser sold a lot at the southeast corner
of Fourth South street and Rio Grande
avenue yesterday to A. R. Wlneman.
The lot. which Is just southeast of the
new Denver k Rio Grande passenger sta
tion, has a frontage of S rods on Rio
Grande avenue, and fi rods on Fourth
I Air. Wlneman paid $9000 for tho prop
erty, and within a fow weeks it Is prob
able that work will bo started on the
erection of a three-story building, with
business rooms on the ground floor and
accommodations for n rooming house on
the upper floors. Present Improvements
consist of an old house of little value.
Tribune Want Ads.
Bel! Main 5200. Independent .160. '
Who gave a complimentary matinee to
the old folks of Salt Lake at tlio
Grand thoater Tuesday afternoon, pre
senting the play, "Tho Call of the
Circus. ' '
PUBLICITY BUREAU TO
HOLD MEETING TODAY
The committee In charge of the recent
ly organized publicity bureau of the
Commercial club will hold its ivsL regu
lar meeting at the club Thursday after
noon. A general outline of Ihe opening
campaign of the bureau will be discussed
at this meeting, and the uucstion of ways
and means will occupy a large part of
Inasmuch as 10.000 has alrcndy been
subscribed. It Is believed that there will
bo little trouble In raising the necessary
S25.000 a year to carry on the campaign
of advertising LTtah.
CO-OP FURNITURE PEOPLE
TO DOUBLE CAPACITY
The Co-op Furniture company is plan
ning to double its warehouse space with
in the next thirty days, and this move
will be followed by a remodeling of the
store on Alain street, so as to give onc
Ihhd more display room.
The company Is now negotiating for
a lease on a warehouse, and. as-soon ns
this Is closed, the entire basement of the
building will be remodeled.
Prisoner Taken to Kentucky.
Deputy Sheriff Tiltenbach of Louis
ville, Ky.. left Salt Lake City Tuesday
night with George D. Warner, who is
wanted in Kentucky to answer to a
charge of murder said to have been com
mitted seven years ago. He was ar
rested In Deer Lodge. Alont.. this week.
On his way east with the prisoner tho
deputy sheriff stopped In this city for
a few hours, during which lime Warner
was confined In the county Jail.
Injured in Bingham Mine.
While timbering a stope in a mine of
the Utah Copper company at Bingham
Tuesday afternoon. Joseph Thornton, a
Here Are Facts Backed Up "by a Strong
Catarrh causes debility. In our opin
ion, most, people, suffering from gen
oral debility have catarrh. Such cases
of debility cannot be completely cured
by medicine not designed to erndicaie
catarrh. In every case where our rem
edy fails lo give entire satisfaction tvc
will not charge a cent for the medicine
employed during the trial. Now, f.ure
ly no one should beailale to believe
lis or In put our claim to a practical
tent under euch conditions We -will
take all the risk; no one .else can lose
anythinc by the transaction.
Wc make those statements ai-d this
offer bocnuse we know and have lime
and again proved that Roxail Mueu
Toue rarely fails to do as we claim, it
is not a curc'all prescribed to cure
every disease that flesh is beir to. It
is intended for one purpose. i. c to
cure catarrh by assailing the diseased
condition in a reasonable, scientific way,
which is lo eniplo.y agents that, have
been fouiJVl to have the tonic and al
tera! tvo power lo correct faulty meta
bolism tisane change) and lo stiinti
late and. help nature overcome the cause
or causes of catarrh. This being done,
appetitr- increases, nutrition improves,
weight is gained, comfort of body is at
tained and life's work taken lip with
the r.est natural lo the perfectly healthy
Wc want you io try Kexall Mucu
Tonc. Follow directions and take it
regularly and consistently for a rea
sonable lcnglh of lime. "Then, if you
nre not satisfied, come back and toll us
"and the money 3'ou paid for Ihc treat
ment will be returned without any ar
Ecxall Afucu-Tone comes in I wo eizcj1.
50c and $1.00 a botlln. Sold only at
our stores Ihe Rexall Stores Smith
Drug1 Co. and Drttehl & Franken.
mine timbcrman. lost his balance and fell
through a set to the ground. The In
jured man was brought to St. Alark's
hospital early Tuesday cvenlnc. where
his Injun was attended to by Drs,
Worlblngton and Casllcman. A report
from the hospital says Thornton has a
good chance to recover.
Petition for Letters.
John Newmnn filed a petition in the
probate division of tho district court
Tuesday asking- for letters of administra
tion of the estate of Ills brother. Victor
Newman, who was killed in an accident
In the Boston Consolidated mine at Bing
ham on October 5 last. The estate con
sists of a claim for damages against the
company for the death of Newman. The
heirs mentioned In the petition are the
brother and a father and mother resid
ing In Finland.
Miss Deborah Prumkin Dead.
JDeborah Frumkin, l'i years old. died
at the home of her father. Isadore Frum
kin, -MS East Sixth South street, Tues
day afternoon at 1.15, after a lingering
illness. Aliss Frumkin was taken east
about two months ago. In Ihe hope of
restoring her health. While there a turn
for the worse was noticed, nnd she was
hurried lo her father's home In this city,
where she died. Funeral services will
be held in the Evans undertaking estab
lishment Thursday forenoon at 11 o'clock.
H F(r Men, Women
mwssnBBEBS0 and Children t i
rim a It has been our aim since opening this store to please the r
dill 1 I public in every way. We got the best goods that could be LODy
j6Jffl4o bought in America and marked them very close to make it 111 All Ac
Vf mold worth while for you t0 come t0 state streett We feel that nlHIUllUS
Ladies tailored we jjave raade a success 0f it as nearly every line that we Tmilafe 'YH5?
and embroidered , p . . , , ' L f c , . a.nd Oriental de
shirt waists, in have for spring- is broken and cannot be filled m. We are Hs;nn? g$
whito and colorsj going to sell our high-class goods for the balance of the week says '
Daniels Vavs at ess an cost e own our own building", and buy -at 4SQl4r
the very lowest prices that's why it's worth while for you ILIiyiL
69 c to tracie at ur stre
Ii the Women's Stre wr
Vests M. cff(e Waists
Udic(, ?:::::iss $2$Z5 Suits In waek chiffon
vests, exceptional- dS&lgSSp'' S1250 n" vcr'1' sole"11 any-
ly good for 25c. WHjgfP SSStsSiKK thine as pood for
Daniels says anT V 7mF we'u-eoutt less than $5, Dan-
4k fUlrm KBMfflVIll U lwo- Thcse? suits come hi all o. tm
I IVi MKMmmaKBrnll n V&i I imfi 1 shades, are strictly hand tail- l J fS
JL v v MBuRiASjfoffinralM I orod, and you cannot buy as j)tlA Sm
wffraliM iWpr S0(1 a suil.ln lhe cl,y for ?500 v
Stockings . chPt JlJ 9 A Neck"
For the children SZj WAIFV WPftF
that, sell anvwhere "
for 2.7c. Conio lo rwa iir Te55(lcnt New
state street. Dan- Millinery Sacrifices ab:yii;1(.pis
icls snys .j5c nej.wcar at
Trimmed Hats that we have sold as ?t ragl ft almost nothing-.
1Pg high ns $10, and really a good buy ?fJ Daniels says sell
"k at. thai (comparatively speaking), k il AH M AW
aro going io clean up Ihis week at.... & oi j jC
Waists In the Mcb's Store ;
$22 to $30 SMS $15 Bys'
you absolutely can The linest that Americn produces in si vie, fit. j b Shifts
not duplicate for workmanship nnd material, in all the uewesl U'AHJia
$2. Daniels says shades, Wc have simply got to get these Suits fe. 1 ntlv Mfnohod d de.
off our hands, and wo realize lo do it it means gf 9W tni-heil eolffrs and
$-1 -fl 0Ul d0VVn l C0'1, Thy Wi" K U,iS WCt'k Ut U enfl .u all the
In the - Juvenile Saseraen! c' Da"icls
Men's Boys' Suits
IK7A.il Rovs all wool Suits in Scotch plaid, gray, green, fa yrv p-
WWilrIC olive, etc., effects just exactly what the viol lies &JvM fSS irlfffclC
WVXP&m. critics of the country approve thnt must go at i$9j O
such a low price that no mother can afford to t
Shirts W& Trousers
hZZZ'X Wash Soils L,liH
nrallv considered . , from ?l fo $l.i)0
! . "V Wxcoptiouiillv special, to introduce our juvenile mm SMg for the same in
good nt oc. Dan- basement, which is the most complete children's B nnr store.. Dan
iels says department in Utah. Wc have four, wash suits on A tat ;e's s.iyS
sale for Wcdnesdnv at m '
39c A lwrfiain nL v v ggc
ABSOLUTELY ONE PRICE I
TIME TABLE TOE MAY, 1910.
Cars Leave Ml. Olivet:
SUNDAYS 0:00 A, M., 11:00
A, M., 2:00 P. M., 4:00 P. M.
DAILY 11:00 A. M., 2:00 P. M.
Matinee dally (Including Sun-
Matt Hcnson. Ida Fuller.
Lottie Williams; and Company.
The Chas. Abeam Cycling Comedians. IH
Fred Ray's Players. H
La rose and Lagusta. At Summer.
Icq loni al I
TONIGHT ALL WEEK H
"As flie Sum H
Went Down" H
With Esth-t' Williams and a strong
supporting 'company, Including Ed- H
Evening prices. 25c, 50c. 75c, ?1. H
Matlnccfl ' Wednesday and Saturday.
Prices l'5c and 50c. H
Next week: DOROTHY MORTON In
j "WIDOW JONES," j
TONIGHT ALL VEEK.
MR. THEODORE LORCH and com-
pauy. Including: MISS CECIL FAY. IH
will present for the first llmo in Salt jH
Lake the great circus drama,
"THE CALL OF
The usual prices. 10c, 20c. SOc and
50c. will prevail with all seats re
served. Matinees Sunda. Wednea
day -and Saturday, 10 and 27, cents.
TH BUNGALOW I
Daily F,Sht Pictures.
I Tho Greatest Pictures
,2 to 5:30. EverfTaken.
EV, 25Csauu -25c m
m on ? Ladles Especially
Shubcrt Theatre H
MAX FLORENCE. Mgr.
WILLARD MACK-MAUDE LEONE
and aesociate players offer the great
.Vat Goodwin's success. H
"When We Were 2 V
Xlpht prices 75c. 50c. 25r, Mall
nees 50c, I'Sc. Matinee today 2:15, H
NEXT WEEK "HEARTSEASE."
IMPERIAL VAUDEVILLE. IH
Week commencing Thursday matinee, H
Malinecs every afternoon at 2:S0. Two H
shows ovcnlnps. 7,.'i0 and 9.15. BH
The I'hantnstlc Phantoms. H
Carlyle Moore. F.thclvrr Palmer & Co. H
Alf J'ioon and McPherson. H
I.cs Theodore. H
.lohn lUthnway and lamina. Seiglp H
Mission Picture?, Mission Orchestra. H
Matinee prices. 10 and -0 cents. IH
Night prices, 10, t'5 and 30 cents. H
Motion Ficferes .H
Beautifully Illustrated Songs. IH
Best Programme of the Reason at the jH
LUNA, ISIS AND ELITE THEATERS
"Othello." "Thou Shalt Not." H
-nichelleu," "The Kid." "Delhi." IH
"The Wroath," ."Her Sweet Ke- IH
vciirc." "St Elmo." "The Modern IH
Messenger Poy." and olhcrt-. H
Admission 5 and 10 cents.
MAX FLOnEXCb'. General Manager. H
AT THE SHUBERT,
MACK-LKOXE COM PA XT in H
"W1IEX WE WERE TWENTY- H
C A S I N O
THEATRE BEAUTIFUL H
Vaudeville and Motion Plcturei H
.Week Com. Monday. April 25th
Dartletl and Collins. Eccentric Com-
edy Xovelty H
Gcntcr and Gllmore, Military IH
"Mr. Mix nt the Mnrdl Gra.," H
A Sc.rcamln; Comody
"A Caie of Identity," a Sherlock IH
Holmes Mystery IH
"She Wanted a Bow-Wow, " Comedy IH
"A Wise Guy" Vety Funny H
Matinees daily, 2:30 to 5; Kven Intra,
A Good. Clean. Wholesome Show IH
All Soats 10 Cents H
1. G. DUN & CO.,
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
GEORGE RUST. Goneral , Mancfler, H
Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. H
Office 20!, Tribune Bldg., Salt Lake City. IH
ESTABLISHED 1841. 189 OFFICES. H
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