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THE SALT r,ATTC TKIBTXE. SATTRDAY MORXIXOi, FEB"RUA'RT 2!, 1912. a 'jM
Kftmiers Will. Reap Bene
Hf- - Ar unow which commenced
f,C,l ,nd continued Inlcrmlt
WffiOZh 'vcjtcrdny Is explained
HP S ialher bureau officials, to
KnVuTrcWlt of the' mectln.c or
bbbf .nta'jds ourlicad.
. ,n0W cloud hatiKlntr over
l,0?, JSihv.stcni district and
Bfll:tr the Allicrta conn try in
BBB; It,hm i chance places Tlnirs
fJ,Si.H that W collided
bbbTTC wrniountaln roR,?n am
Hfrfrtnorl a snouTall nf
bbbEJ?5 over tl.elr lines In tt.
bb Fl,t ilwre lias tocen no Inter -f
traffic. Tho stonn Is said to
Iihvc boon especially Severn aloiiK IVe
Columbia river basin. In which auction
trains have bocn stalled and reported
It was predicted last nlnht that tho
snowfall and cloudy sklen would be re
placed today by Hoar unci colder weath
er. T!f local director or the United
States weather bureau .said vesterdav
that the snowfall had eomo at an op
portune time for the dry furrnerw. an it
would reliev a. threatened shortage of"
water durlnir t'ne coming season, owlns:
to the scarcity of the snow stored In
Students to Give Play.
After much deliberation the facullv of
the Granite high school has selected
"The SIsiorTiood of Rrldgot" for the
play to bn given by tho students of that
school. Miss JJrown read the play to the
Dramatic club last Wednesday, aaa". s
there was no school vesterdav. the
students then tried out for their vari-
ous purls In the cast. All of the con
testants were good and the Judges will
not be able to declare the winners until
.Monday. After once selecting the cast,
the club will hold rehearsals trl -weekly,
as the season Is now well advanced.
Filed with the secretary of ntate:
Utah Mercantile. 7nrirl. Livestock Jn
l'.?tm,ent c'laJiy. Ogdcn; capital stork,
?10.000. shares 10 each: J-'. C. Smith,
president, treasurer and general man
ager; B. B. riauch. vice president: M. T.
Liymnii, secretary; V. Fung and JEdward
Bone, additional directors.
Filed with the county clerk:
Interstate Mines Holding company,
Salt Lake City; capital stock. 510.000,
shared 10 cents each; F. "V. rtoucche,
president: CJ. A. 1C. Rottlcs, vice presi
dent; G. B. Boucche, secretary and
Grand Council or the Native Sons of
il.'tah; governors. Arthur Prait, A 73.
Irvine, C. L. Olson, J. W. Stringfellow.
.Itillan J'iambcrgor. II. A. Smith. J. J.
Whltaker. Y. IX. Wallace. Joseph Kim
ball. Parley p Jensen. G. II. Vearsle-v,
U. P.. Thurman. Bay Van Cott. W. R.
Booth", P. JO. Connor.
I Ask Your Doctor "
Stop coughing I Coughing rasps and tears. ' Slop itl Coughing
prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble. Stop it! There is
nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. Stop it! Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medi
jclne. Use itl Ask your doctor if this is notgood advice. j0fr(fff;: jj
I Sore Throat I
I Sloan's Liniment is an antiseptic I
rcmcdyfor inflammatory diseases I
of the throat and chest. For I
! I sore throat, croup and asthma it 1
I gives quick relief. I
I SLOAN S 8
j I is also good for cough or cold, fi
I 1 A.Cr.rr:r. of Waldo. Ohio, write?: "T
n hnd a. eovere soro throat and for four da js R
I could not jwallcnr, as hit tliro.it had Kj
Kwcllwl very nnioh. 1 used four dropn of i
! Ltniiaent on lumpy of gucar nnd let it 1
di.olvo on my tongue, and in cleat hours 1
IB I vihi completely cured." I
H AtiUdetfen. rrteo28e., EOc. t 51.06. 3
H Dr. Ecrl S. Sloan - Boston, Moss, gj
HH PARKER'S "I
Ic&cnHf JaCl(uii'ii and beatifies th hilfi
IMi'JSML" BBrl Promote! Innuiaat jrowth.
ftSSBJs ever ?all to Hcntore 3rT
StoJIL'VBBB Slr to Its Youthful Color.
fpy T? 60-and 81.00 at UrngpUfjc
Salt Lake Statistics
.1. K. Skabolund, Losan; Iola Bluseg
Harold W. lan?tou and Luclla. Pen
roan. Salt Lake.
James J. Pratt and Beatrice Macy,
Kthel Bldley, aged IT. appendicitis. '
Emma S. D. Mills, aged !7, strangu
IX. A. Austin. C20 "Wall street, girl.
M. K. Dalton. 02 IC sircot. girl.
I.. C. Harris, II East Fifth South
.1. :. DrvIcs, 1010 East Fourth South
Boss Stamp, 767 Third Ekist street,
W. II. Byers. 511 East Flr?t South
A. D. Miller. 90i'. Liberty avomic. boy.
Arthur .Jenkins. !)S7 Laird avenue, boy.
J. A. Smith, G33 West South Temple
Real Estate Transfers.
J. C. Niclson arid wire to F. M.
Hodgi. part lot 1. block 2. plat B.$ 2,500
Forrester llarwood to Xoru G. I'Ja-
Is. lots 20" and 27, block 1,
West Grand View addition 10
Thomas K. William.'? and wife to
Helen Perks, part section 36,
TheStoreThatMeets the Fullest Wishes of Economic Shoppers j I
H LeVs Have a Little Talk "Before You Start to Town for Youtr Saturday Purchases:
ifljYou are coming to the store, of course. Even though
it is between seasons you will find the different de
partments brim full of suggestions. And the articles
are reasonably priced. An important point but no
more important than quality. It is a satisfaction to
know that the article is dependable. We lay stress on
that word in fact dependability is one of the founda
tioh stones of our success.
All Boys5 Winter Suits
0 and Coats
m Half Price
iMitP''&f your hoy's size .may be
W?'t W'l aluo"g tlicm. Buy for now
tW gS or for-ihe I'ulurc, it's a
fif&S$A-iP Sotl InvesLniciit citlicr
I fff "l.V. propose Lo make
u eonipleLc cleanup with
jft salc oJ! irlI'G
:m.l Jm 'sizcs r,1. ",o,
I yfe time this is
1 ySs- written.
Bjs...S 9 10 11 12 lo H. 15 J6
Russian and Sailor Suits
For Hie smalL boy, -winter weights only, hall! price.
Boys' Reefer Coats for Spring
MH' A desirable garment eight months in the year. K
PH oat to slip on over his wash suil a eoat for driving-
'Ut coal for cool evenings. These coats are the broken
:Wm "nes from the previous season. The former prices
jjHj gC(yi!0,u fJ-r, 10 T'50-- si'GS 4 yciifs-lo.lO years
Bj00 small boys' hats, felt ami cloth styles: values
HjHfuJ'nilc Department, second floor.
-Ml The Wash Goods Dept.
tTH Qfoj's you some exceptionally good values
jj!tB .Xai,,50 36 inches wide and very firm, but yet
R aud fine finish ; can JG useci for slips, underwear
r OH or both ladies and children: also for infants' dresses;
( gm u yards in apiece
' te'1' l--0, :.t $1.20 piece
-M f. ar .-J2.no, at $1 piece
ggH C.i ar $:.oo, nt $2.25 piece
''tlii W"lc loi1 eloil1 lor 1,1105:0 P1'0'01' sonic
HH "8 a Utile heavier than nainsook
lHH; t"oS ar'l0' sul,'5 P"co &l-2n
i 4" 2r-'p, sale pru-c 1 .50
PH'. to -2 Wwo. itllo prirc .1.7i-
HBH M Krsi,p. -"i'le price .42.01)
i ' ?. "r!" C sale prioc &2.m '
iPB 5 S0' 4 :i - -K .C. . . . us 2-:s
jitjjjB- I5r ff-VlVlc ' R. 'arl - -r,,;
itfH Main , 1 yanl ,:50c
BRH 51 the i'1, V",Jk'' 10 Ult'lic's wide and' a real, good value
19c n,.. I"1"' J)1,ice and '10c yarcl, priced special
TM'iiSa,i;i st,;rci flj,xoiw' 34 j,,ul G ind,cs Avitlc :
l'aiB specinl ynnl I,ri'R(1 slei-i:il 2;m5 mrd
Pn: , yar' Pricfil spcoinl 29c varl
:P& Kr7VlnU' flaxo- 30 Indies wide- '
lB yar,i i "12'-, -Vt :i vur,l 2.1,
TlSBL '"'W At .n art I 20o
r yard .
jMany advanced styles are- coming" in. Especially is
this true in women's suits and millinery and oxfords
and pumps, while every department is offering new
CJ Every woman who comes into the store should go
down to the Bargain Basement. Look over the things
there and see what low prices are prevailing. This pop-
Saturda? Extra Specials
Ladies' and children's blanket and eiderdown bath
robes, one-hall: price.
Children's hats and bonnets, one-half price.
Ladies' flannelette dressing1 sacques, 98c.
Ladies' flannelette Icimonas, one-third off.
New shipment of misses' bib aprons for domestic
Ladies' brassieres, button up front, embroidery
I rimmed; regular 50c for 39c.
Specials in Neckwear Dept.
3?ancy scarfs in all dainty shades; values to $1.50;
Marabou scarfs in black and natural from $o.00 to
$15.00; special one-half price.
Side frills, values to $1.50; special $1.00.
Side frills. $1.00 value; special 75e.
Colored silk coat collars and stocks; 75c values;
.... BASEMENT SECTION . I
J Art Department-'Basement All Furs-Basement
j 25c pillow tops, each 15c rPo be cleaned up at, each $1.-15
I u5c pillow tops for, each .'JSc
! 65c tabic scarfs for, each..... -. . . -..38c Underwear Basement
GUV laundry, bags for, each 25c Thc )a,an(.c of 0Ul. ladics underwear, values to S5e,
nOc dresser scarfs for, each 2oc. ,Q bc clofjed oui ;J garni0Ilt 29c
50c fancy pillow shams lor. each 25c , , ., Tn i ni. a ..ii
. ' i c- $1.00 ladies' corsets m 3 diflcrent models and all
oc fa.ncy pillow tops lor,, each 4oo . 1Qrt
,. i c u la, sizes, each -lt,c
toe, lancy dresser scans lor, each. -ioc '
50 dozen ladies' white embroiclered aprons in many g g yalues ;n Xowels
I beautiful designs, regular 3dc, special, each.. 19c .
25c whisk brooms at, each .10c lobe found m I he Basement Section
j r n D '-)C vl ue Turkish lowols for 15c
Ladies L0aXSBasement 20e value Turkish towels for I2c
Collars and jabots in many beautiful patterns and 15c value Turkish towels for.... 10c
J an excellent assortment;' regular values to $1.00, 25c cotton buck towels for 12c
each 25c 15c cotton buck lowels for. 10c
j Lot 2 Ladies' collars and jabots, values (o 50c,
each 10c I owenng basement
Boys' Windsor ties, in all colors: regular "35c; iyal Kussia linen crash ; regular . 10c yd., yd. .Sy2c
j eaen ; J-9c Cotton lea toweling, regular Gc yard, yard 5e
35c men's and boys' four in hand ties, m plain and . . . , ,,-,,
. " t Cotton lea lowelintr. linen (inish. regular oc, yd. 0c
fancy colors, each ' J-e , -
Children's Dresses-Basement ' Soaps for the Toilet and Laundry
Children's dresses, made of good quality Amoskeag Crystal white soap, hid'.....
zephyr gingham, in all-colors and patterns and B0j White soap, bar I 1c
sizes........' 4Se, b'3c, Sl)c A B. Naphtha soap, bar 4c j
! ' 0 . i Small Ivory soap, bar. ... .' -1c
Lxtra bpeCial star Naphtha powder, package. , v . . . 4c
j Children's hose in blue., pink and white, for one day Snowborry floating toilet soap. bar. 5e
only. a. pair 5c Jap Hose soap, bar 7c
Ladies' tine silk hose, black only, all sizes; four- Old Dutch Cleanser, can Sc j
thread heel and toe. pair 25c Benzo buttermilk toilet son), 3 bars in a box, box 10c
Women's Shirt Waist Special
Jn thc waist: section you will Hud a bargain
in white lingerie waists, daintily triinn'ied
with embroideries and laces. Allovcr em
broideries and. white voile, values $2,95, at
$1.35 and $.1.49.
Specials in the Drug Sundries
The L'pnli'-s imported Castile soap, in tlircq-pound
bars, regular price 90c bar: sale price 09c.
Park Davis Kuthymol ruolh paste, special for .loc
TiOc and 25c hand brushes, all sizes; sale price 19c.
Tdadam Yale's 5Uc size massage cream, 30c.
Wool powder puffs, 10u size 5c. .
One-pound can of borax, 1 5e.
One-pound ran of boraxo. 19c.
4711 bath suits, regular 05c size: our price 4Sc; sale
iff if if if if if
ular section is a source of constant' surprise to our cus- 1 j
tomers. They find good merchandise marked lower 1 1
than usual. Every article is all right. Our friends are jftrp 1
accustomed to getting splendid values and never; a ?
complaint. ,, WW j
Service is good throughout ttie.store. And service i$ ? 1 1
everything in a big store. j
Men's Furnishings Reduced
50t- .Mens underwear that sold for $1.()U.
$1.00 Men's union suits in medium weight, suita
ble for all summer wear.
S5c Men's flannelette night robes, worth $1.25
49c Men's night robes, in eot.ton or flannelette.
25c Men's neckwear, a splendid assortment, to
10c .Men's and women's cotton flannel gloves fur
house or yard work.
45c Silk handkerchiefs that are worth 75c.
25c .Men's silk half .hose in all colors.
The ladies' Phi La Thea Or
ganization of , the Iliff A'L E.
Church, will have a cake sale
with us this Saturday.
Welcome Words to Women jk B
Women who suffer vrith disorder peculiar to their Mm
.. . iex iihould write our Association and receive free BbIS""") BjBH
the advice of a physician of over '10 yenrn' experience L I llB
a skilled and successful ypccialit in the disenset TpJkmTKKBfc. flfll
of women. Every letter of this sort hnn thc most ifi3B.BBEBHk Sb9
careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly fpB. HBhbI hH
confidential. Many sensitively modest women write M'. Bfl VHI
fully what they would shrink from telling to their k'BBmB jM
local physician. The local physician is pretty BBlBBBBBBBBm Hl
sure to Kay that he cannot do anything without bbbbbbbbbbVV& MH
" an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that these BbbbbbbbbbKLIj1 In
distasteful examinations are generally needless, and fflKw
that no woman, except in rare cases, should submit to them. , 2c7 j Rbb
Dr. Pierce1 treatment will euro you rijht in the privacy of fSD
your own home. His " Favorite Prescription" hah cured , bb
hundreds of thousands, somo of them tho wont of cases. Sfll
It is thc only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated BiB
phsician. Thc only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every mB
ingrtdicnt on its outside wrajipcr. There's no secrecy. It will bear examlna-
tion. No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in it. Some uaserup SH
ulous medicine dealers may offer you substitute. Don't take it. Don't triR HK
with your health Write to "World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. iU aN
V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y., tnke the advice received and bo well. H
township 2 south, rnnpro I west.. 135 1
Hyrum .IniHCii hikI wife to C'liaii?s
JC. Poulc. part lot 17. all lot IS.
block 1, Forest Dalo 2,500
tlniry f'lnilr and wife to WIUIhih
T. noblnon. lots i:: and 11. block
2 University subdivision 51.00
Tsiylor-Annatrons Lumber Co. to
pari lot 6. block 7-J. plat A 20,000
When her child is in danger a Tvoman
Trill risk her lifo to protect it. No WKl
prcat act o heroism or risk of life ia H
Dcecssary to protect a child from croup. SB
Give Chamberlain's Couph i?cmedy and M
all danger is avoided. I'or salo by all Wm
Our Shoe Department
jti i( slippers, sandalR and JfU
GAi) pumps, our regular .f5.00 IvXP ,;!
J 'J 1S anc grades. ' ;',;sv'
rr $2.95 Womon's pumps JJlm ?3
ASw nn OKorcls, an assort- jifpj
Sr meut in patent, vici, calf,
fis&Z tflus and. ooze calf, sam- iffiti &
stX - JsL cs anc hroken Unesj Jm jt
Xl rgnlar .$3.50 to $5.00. VT , 1 1
Women's. Shoes j
j'g .About 200 pairs left 5n brolcea J?h 0.
I (pv lines from our last sale. Your mza Julp1
I L no doubt is among them. They sold f I
Ladies7 Shoes Shined s I
A stand for you in our shoe department. juh
Men's Shoes and Oxfords, $3.95 r
For Saturday only, your choice of any pair of our j?k H
$5.00 o." fords or shoes, all leathers and styles. juH $ jj
Men's Shoes, $2.35 Y
About 50 pairs on bargain I able of our regular IfljlX jjh
$5-00 grades. j
Men's House Slippers, $1.35 j
Tans and black leathers in many dilfercnt styles. 1m fe
Women's Gloves i
P. & t. two-clasp, fine lambskin glove, in tan, mode, j !
navy, red, brown, green, grey and champagne; our s ff 2
regular $1.25 at, !)5c. jL
Women's umbrellas. M.'i 1-3 per cent discount from 'jfjlij j?
any of our $6.00 to $J5.00 umbrellas, with gold, silver JJt'
and gun melal detachable handles. o fei
Unusual Pi' ices in fyjp
Women's Underwear ? j
"Women's swiss ribbed vests and lights; values $1.25 jnJS 8 j
to $3.75, for $1.00. 5 B?
Women's light weight fleece lined union suits; reg- fit
ular 75c for 49c. null PS
AVomen's fleece lined vests and lights; regular 75c f
Broken lines in women's underwear in vests, tights WUX
and union suits, going at one-half price. Jm
AVinter underwear for women and children going g I
at, 25 per cent off. IiU) all
Youths' and young men's silk mixed union suits: tm JH
values to $5.75. at .$2.4). . If
Children's .fleece lined union-suits; regular 75c -,Jk B
!J2 ' m II
The ladies of ihe Central Christian Church will fej
have a cake sale in one of our aisles Saturday.
stoi Curtain Stretcher's Y 1
fsSirsss JUST W m
0'zwkprfmff ARRIVED HI
i, mssm w m tl;i0ar, m II
JlJliCg (without oascl), $2.00. ? f
I .TTT:rn7r.T-r-igp Adinstablc pins (with Uim