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M THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1913. 7
111 FU MOUTH
, Borates Story Told by
Rnsson Concerning the
.1 HAS NO HISTORY
illBe Descendants of an
By Icelandic Colony of
K'ch There Is No Record.
FRANriSCO, Nov. 1. Corrob
Kiu every essential detail the
Wt. tbc discovery of bloud Kskimo
Krcccntly given the world of.
Sto,'M,tSon ''is partuor in
YBriploration Dr. Rudolph Mart in
Bu of roresl City, la., arrived
Bfiay on the whaler Belvedere,
Kqiif and n hall' years in the
Kibrth. He was accompanied by
Br K. l)c Kovon Lcffiugwell of
Ba, Cab, who ha's spent three
"Builf years making observations
vicinity of the Flnxmau inlands
rvcying and mapping about J50
fotbc coast line.
Krras over on the Cape Moxlej
M;, on the ma inla d.I and on
iKAllicrt sound, across and to the
tlic Dolphin and Union straits.
fcflttffnD35on first got into touch
Ka blond aboriginals," said Dr.
l Bd. "In the oprintr of lf'lO we
Bl of on)' dogs while at t ape
iBLaugton bay and Franklin
li'erc ,ve ua' wintered. Kef
jWnd P'"'ted company, be leav
pBk two Eskimos for the oast.
Kgpushod on to the Mackenzie
,Br supplied. Wo met a train at
iaB, buy in the autumn of 1010.
jolil nic of the queer tribe be
December we started out and
, .Krty-oDC days crossing 500 milco
liWkorst .-trip of land we eer cn
LhI. Wc explored tbc little
BBjortou n'ver and made records
-Hhpnjii calculations. This is one
Wargoat rivers flowing into tbo
K'We were going through the
Mtrouud9 mid putting in a. supply
OU for fiiir dash for Corouadou
W""1 !"''" From Dease river
J HfV'l !,'0 ,0 uo f'oppor
II Bcr '"' f'orouadon ba was
B?c'. te last seventy-five, miles
Bti ice before we i'onud these
AjBpcopIe. First we came on a
llHfsnow village and finnlly an
HHd village with a population of
By of Hie men bad light nius
jEP'l beard.--, and light hair cov
Bcir heads. The eyebrows of i
Brn were light and their eves
Iwbt., f'Qiije of the women' not
IjBjfair skin ami rosv cheeks; but
mr wa-dirk, oily anil tangled
1 Bp wen uouc of tho Hat nosed i
4Hof tlio true Mongolian type
, mfnh people. Their features bore
fHpiVtfrbiics of the f'niicosi.'tn
Bbcy do not know where they
JKm nu( n" 0,1, c,,,r knows. 1
B' hiMc uo record?, no history.
IB. .h ''.lir' their language, a peen i
JfBj dialect was extremely bard
Bi ' ,,lr,'r origin, (here
Bfiy," Kl",-L. Thev mav be snr
"yBf'""' expedition of sir Jr.bu
B i lo.'t to the east of I heir pros I
WW V 111 1S0 or I hereabouts, or
MmF I'c defendants of (he inhabi
ljBpJ earlv Icphmdic cuJon.
fB? tbr.'-o people there " is no
jjjgBillioiRht worth registering, no i
BP Varti'.-nlHi- pin po.M in life.
ollB,0D ls of tllp NOar 11ov Hi'ipK
SIlB'l"'1 ,ni f,nf)W houses anl eatiu"
B: the suiiiiner thi-v move
wSu t' :m j5,ll,hi,t o '-aribou
2J3Bs'-p'' 1),1,-c no i oliiou and no
ecrenionv. :ilthouh there is
tB'a'; :i 'ribal I'haracteristie.
J BrVlcr --imos thov do some
(tBtnit )ue ions lit Lb-.
ayiBB.M)ii hiid seen about 'J.IO more
at!Bl'0lc in his mi miner trip. He
imBJ5 "ditjour about the same
B1 0"sered. Tho peoplo we div.
i B.ftric PXt. - primitive. ha
TVB 7" '""I'lcmcnts jf any kiud
MU T1 weapons. Thev hunt
jSJKJi. i i ;,rrow and spear
hold in the i-c. Thev cook
W-M&'1- h' kiudliii a tiro they
Ol-JB0 t-nhtallied stones to-
Bdorfon brinq-s l.arl; hundreds
ii f " .f"."ial8. birds, fishes
VjB , vi,r.h w,,l be 'Uvidod be
?W '101111111011 geolocical survev
BjV !",'!,l!l,.;uul o American
i'Bi Mt,u.ral IHstorv in NVw
1 , c ll!5 th.rty.dve specimens of
IOfiiBLfOUi1(1. V no -teller Juedicine
J-5 bcrla,!,1 8 Co"Zh Ruiuodv. Mv
t!!R?re.".ll sic,; with whoopinfi
I e: of. them in bed, bad a
WML"10'" Was. cougliins: up blood.
.ii W i !ol cured them.'
A K t.A Don!l'lsou of Lextntr-fcBJ-
Tor sale ,)V a tIo!icr:
I E (Adertiscment.')
rWtk 0F GERMAN
irfMvejt i,i 5:3 !alelv hc(,n
c,!?i?i ntf-1"hfii o special
1 rfer r9nco there.
li$Mi 'MVe have sold
MJ- b inedieines for the past
ZBS aUd 1,av vct t0 car 0UJ'
'SBt Bt f a -Mfwflcd ciisto
TK f-Perionco shows ns that
liK?v, ;,i,n b:,s alw,,y ocu to
S'S. .?,vin n,'d health nmin
f Winter Approaches-Time to Buy Comforts and Blankets. I
i Then Look Around the Store, but Be Sure You Go $ I
Down Stairs to the Bargain Basement I
Our Boys' Clothing shot
0 Lhe principle-that the proor of the pudding
Mjp is I he eating of it, let these items speak for themselves
9.85 Your choice of an' of our $12.00
lTm $12.50 and 613.50 boys' suits or overcoats; a Saturday special only.
Wv $5.00 Boys' suits, with an extra pair of
trousers troiJfere are full lines. These suits vou will find as good 36
w uy $G.OO or .?U.r0 sold auywberc.
WV -.00 Boys' blue serge suits; our special
suit and of cstra jrood value; all size?.
iffh 0c Boys' hats and caps, in all the new
mrH models and cloths a trrcat variety to choose from.
r $ 1 .95 Boys' sweaters, in red, navy, oxford
? and ercy; regular .2.."i0.
mm $1.00 Boys' flannelette night robes, with
night caj) and feet iiockets; designed specially for those who 'seek
p warm, commodious night wear; sizes 10 to 15; regular $1.'J5 and $1.50.
You Want a Running Water Lava-
jjjL tory Without Plumbing?
5 giiflllfl A modern, conveni-
JwVjl yMrlPl V31mj have no plumbing connections.
T This fixture takes
M-'Swt i ' W I MHc m,) Pmco ' t',c old fashioned
liVtl jyjKT wfr?, 7 tSaK " commodo and slop jnr and
lim ffl( JmSk o.st.s no more. It gives you
V &BHS t'resb runniug water for la'va-
0T' . ll)0 "''',U''
ra tory is complete in itself.
IslD. MfBSlxi-- Xothiug to brca-k nothing to
tl In gjgjOV' rust, nothing to get out of
IbJ-!. order. Quickly put up, goes in
v 'iy"jjp7 "S5 an.V part, of tho room can't
v "V MBf SHf -'lop over. May be moved
MAR v from plaec to plaee.
VP JL'.ST TIIK TKTXG FOTC HOME. OPl-TCK. APARTMENT, HOTEL,
)f UOOMING iroUSli, OR SUM.MCT "OTTA.G15.
I COME IX AXD SEE IT DEMONSTRATED.
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I u TOILET GOODS
f Our stock of Toilet Goods so heavy, our move
so close, hence these little prices.,
UJ "HV English glyeeriuo toilet ?oap. 5e, 6 for ' 25c
I0c ("ocoanut. oil. 5e. G for 25e.
? 50c bai of Jloatiug castile soap, per bar iftu
ImV 25c box of toilet soap, per box v 0o
flflif c ' 0''ot' s3P- Pl'r 0:J ..lye.
r 'ri ra i"orlecl cast, ilc soap for 7c
V 10c eako of Palniolivc toilet soap, 4 for. itfe.
? i.Tc eakr- of Woodbury's toilet Foap for "loc
-,fc bottle of Fiver's talcum powder for 15c
ttm J.'c box of l-'ivor's tslcuui powder for 1 H)c.
( ''c '10S: r'" H ,raP Rose talcum powder ii)c
j 25c bo: of Odor-Chilli talcum powdej lo.
v. .tl.00 size bottle Sago and Sulphur hair tonie for 7t5c
ilft 50c size bottle ago and Sulphur hair tonic for..., iisSc,
jllm $1.1)0 sir.e bottle Seven Sutherland Sisters hair tonie for. TQo.
"VV7 50c size bottle Seven Sutherland Sisters hair tonic for.. .!oSc
$1.00 bottle Eu do Quinine hair tonie. for rod
,v 50i but I lo Eau de Quinine hair tonic for , 35c
gJlJX :;5c bottle egg shampoo for rc
JTVUv package of Fluff Moquet for y.
5 1 0e piiekage of Wauon "s sbampoo for...., 5c
25c bottlo of bav rum for rti
v 50c bottle of imported bay rum for "iSSc
JJlR $1.00 bottle of Dioxogcn for .' "i.'ifiSc
u!m 50e bottle of Piosogon for 3 4,.
r -5c bottle of Dioxogen for . 7t.
SI. 00 bottle of listerine for ; gQL.
50c bottlo of listerine for J. 30c
Wi'JS ' 1,0lt'c list i-riiif for 15
ivUl bottle of Lavoris for n$e
25e bottle of havoris for., !!!!iric
$1.0n bottle, of Glyen-Thyniolinc for 71;,.
lICt bottle of Glvco Tbyinolino for !aSe'
ftltK' -"" bottle of Glyco-Thymolinc for !!!l0c
jUy 50; bottlo of Formolid for .r.
S -5e bottle of Formolid for !!!!!!!19e
A 50c bottle of Formolid Magnesia for I'.c
jrTK 1.00. bottle of Lysol for !!.'!72e,
tK1 m '-'",c bottle of Iysol for ..".... . '.Uic
1U fl.On bottle of Bromo Seltzer for j,,
Vi 25c bottle of toilet ammonia for ,...!.10c
? 50c bottle of vit.eb bnzel for 25c
Mfh 25c bottle of witch hazel for
m 1 M VtT ol mentholated ilvo for , jt)c
JWJJ f,0e jnr of mentholated ?:ilvo for .....nSc
5 "5e iiottle of Fletcher ca?toria for 25c
05c bottle of imported bath fa.lts for 40c
Bnh 50c ,ia- of peroxide vanishing ercoui for . ' :;.,.
Him 1.50 jar of Daggett T?anisdcll V cold cream $1.25
f5c i.ir of Daggett fc H-jiiusdoH's cold cream (jfj,.
50c iar of Daggett. & Kamsdeir cold cream .."0e
r5c bottlo of Daggett S: RanisdeU V cold cream j5e
Jffta 25c bottln of benzoin nud almond cream ,
jllm ."A imported face powder for 25c
C IM'C 4,bamoir for - , ,-c
2"e. isr of Lusterite. cuticle cg for . j.-c
l0e box of emery boards for I!!!!.' 3c
lYtlD 25c tube of Kolvnos tooth paste
5 "5e jewelrv poliphing cloths for.
2oc rubber lined spongo bags for .' ;-;c
50c tooth brushes for : , , " -c
61.00 carton of A. P. W. toilet paper for "'S5c
JVUl box of seamless sanitary iiapkins for ' 'jflp
j 50c box of seamlcs sanitary napkins for
.1.00 box of neanile?s sauititry napkins for !!'!s::e.
WfOK 50c package of idnin gaur.o for.... .'.W
wiK 50e pound roll or absorbent cotton for ' .-.'.
IVUl hot water bottle, 2 quart, for V Vfl!
S 1.45 hot water bottle, IS-qunrt, for ..$l!l0
? 1.00 vubber shampoo protoctor 33
lUi TlospHnl fcize malted milk for o.So
w 1 1
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VICTOR RECORDS for NOVEMBER
P Are now in stock come in and have us
plav thorn for you; some clmrming songs hit, aud other records
iMItX troin noted artists: also some instrumental pieces.
Mr. Ourfalians Rare Importations.
- These beautiful new rugs for
Jf IV the home, arc a valuable as well as an ar-
ii KwP3v. 1 tisti- investment. The t'rub Oriental rug is
i jKm I 1 an object of pleasure to the present owner,
g .5 S I and. as it passes on to each siiccccdiuggcn-
I a J eration. it becomes more valuable, both as a.
B JV St remembrance, that reaches back to tbo past.
Oa rKB Hn' as " wnr' 0, art Becauso of their
-n Sjjt J wearing qualit3' alone, and lenviug out all
FAw t v Jy I'.onf.ideration of their artistic value. Orion-
f fA tri ruPs are uc clieapcbt floor coverings you
As a Christmas Gift
The oriental rug is probably the most appre
ciated article you can select: no other object of the same value is
more acceptable iu tbc home of your friends.
Mr. Ourfalian selects his stock of rugs, one
by one, throughout tho rug district" in tho Orient, and with great care,
for tbeir artistic value as well a.i their wearing properties. He will not
misrepresent his rugs when selling the.m. Mr. Ourfalian is a reliable
man, aud has proven it by .years of association with this store.
Now is the most advantageous time to buy.
The war nczv being zvaged hi the East will no doubt
stop the weaving of rugs throughout western Europe
and eastern Asia, and is likely to dovble the price of
rugs formerly supplied by this important district.
A'lake 3'our selections now, just as early as
possible; wc will reserve them for you and deliver when wa-utcd.
The Big Feature of Saturday-
Whicfc carries the strongest in
ducements of the whole year.
IN 20 MINUTES TIME
Slnd- consuming one hundred gallons of soapy
wai-er, your dot lies will be washed snowy white while ,
you go about your other duties.
Vacuum Clothes Washer
Price $2.50-Its workings will he tested on the
floor below this week.
Vacuum when properly applied makes possi
ble tbo wasbiug of clothes WITHOUT ANY HAND LABOR does it
thoroughly and easily makes them white.
The credulous may hesitate, but the per
fection VACUUM CLOTHES WASH MM is practical, simple, easy,
economical no trouble, no muss.
Doesn't wear out clothes wash boards 'did,
Even delicate articles of "fine materials,
washed in tho new way that wo are speaking of suffer no wear and tear.
Come down, and let's talk it over show it to
you then you'll know.
The money consideration is small but the
PERKKCTIOX VACUUM f'LOTHES WASH BR is all right.
Men Who Haven l Chang id From Their
U V. D. V fVill IF ant Seasonable Undet 'wear
Selection at this, store is made from large
averments all good yort? of good fitting underwear in all discs;
single garment? or union suits.
IV e can fil you p-. rfeclly, ro matter what yon size, no
matter what s ylc, no ma tcr what prior yju (infer io pay.
31-50 Men's union or two-piece suits. One
of tbo very best values we have io show this seajon.
95c Vassar union suits, a good serviceable
garment made of 50ft llexiblc yarn. This garment is regular! v sold at
.1.50 per suit.
We also canw complete lines of Cooper's and
Mill's Fum ii hi rigs at 'Reductions
SU15 men's kid gloves, in different tan
&bade&: our special,' and worth $1.50.
98c men's night shirts and pajamas, iii out
ing flannel: worth $1.25 aud $1.50.
40c men's night robes, in muslin or outing
flannel: regular 75c grade.
50c men's neckwear, in crochet, knit or cut
silk- hundreds for you to choose from.
The Bedding Store of !f I
Careful Service. W H
There is infinite pleasure, satisfaction and per-
manent friend-making in the selling of goods of qual- -nAU
My quality that holds its charm for you long alter the
price has been forgo ten. jjjjjX
Institution Blankets This is a heavy single. s
blanket and the same construction as the army blaukct; comos in 1
grav and olive dr?b only; size is GOxSO; regular $1.00 quality 3.00
Wool Plaid Here: is a heavy serviceable T
wool blauket in all colors', blue, brown, tan, gray, red and black, 1
black and wbitc: C6x30 size; sells regularlv for $15.50 for $4.50 pair. ffJ&
White Wool Blankets Fine quality, heavily WH
napped, pink or bluo borders; our regular 7.-59 blanket; reduced to
G.OO a pair. s.
Extra Fine White Wool Blankets We have Wig H
only IP) pair.s of this number; it is an extra tine, dose napped, heavy 5 1
weight; ends are bound with wide silk ribbon; a real higb grad Jr, IH
blanket; size is 72xS2 inches and the original price was' )i0.50; we ittk
are going to sell them on Saturday for .$7.75 a pair. fllrl? IH
Wool Napped Blankets Deep close pile, -W
pure white, with either pink or blue border; size 6GsSU inches; price
was .fl.Ol) a pair; on nalc at 52.7o a pair. tnh
DOWN COMFORTS Wjfi
Sateen Covered on both sides; come in Per-
sian snd floral designs, well made and filled with good down, 110 lnYl
quills; arc soft and fluffy; formerly $S.75 each; ou sale at $tf.50. Wfif
XX Sateen Covered, one side having 9-inch
plaiu border, nioMly in i'crsiau designs, and being just between tho ? M
light and dark ooca; are serviceable colors; sell regularly for $10.50; jnR
reduced to .fS.75 each. mm 1
Best Quality Sateen with Persian border and r
al?o used a.s a center design, full bizc and very lofty; original prico ?
was $11.75. now $10.50 each. " ftfft&
Broom Special Saturday 0T
Good heavy four-strand broom . . wiC
Ladies' Trimmed Hats I
Exclusive Styles, Popular Prices sgjP IVuP
By reason of style qual- X. 1
ity and lo-v prices our Saturday's fmrSSt Tt
showing oi fine autumu millinery "7
exemplifies in trimmed patterns, Tv H
aud smart tailoring, will excocd Cx M JmUX
in values any previous showing SHwfjL V U0
this season. i
Bcauiijul Dr:ss Hats - $io.od and up Jf AiIh il
Smart Tailored Hats - 2. 50 and up sk 6 11
Misses' JTats in velvet, pbihh and velours. KiCinV ?k
Trimmings of all the wanted kinds. )IW'J' ?flllv
DomeSticSBargairi Basement fl
Do not fail to visit this section of our popular L
Bargain Basement. Wfp
You will be the loser if you do. a?
Outing Flannels, good, heavw fleecy qual- fflm
ity in a wide rauge of patterns, full pieces, not. a lot of short H
ends. You eau get aa many yards as 3011 want; a regular 10e a H
vard outing for 7,-jc. vard. WnSs H
RIPPLETTE CREPE or Seersucker- this Hffi H
is the inoet satisfactory clotli for children!? drcsies arid rompers; a Hl
requires no ironing. Large Hue of colorings aud patterns: regular ? .1
lSc vard. for Saturday 10c yard. WlR IH
FINE GINGHAMS These are an extra AMP 1
good grade and come in all those nat t'hecks and stripes, and solid 1
colors; not a few odds and ends, but x full lino of l'-Vjc a yard jl
quality for 7'-je n yard. WrS 1
KARA SILK This is a very silky cloth in WM
the ponree effect; all evening and street shades. An elegant fabric
for u inexpensive party lrcss; regular price was 25c yard; re- jAv H
duced to 12'C-e yard. fK
SPECIAL POPLIN A good, heavy, fully f H
mercerized fabric, in all tho good shades, such as pink, light blue, ? jH
f opeubiigen blue, naw blue, reseda, green, tan. brown aud white ljlR H
and black; 27 inches wide. Regular 1(3 2-Hc yard qwility, for 12' jc Hjm
MERCERIZED TABLE DAMASK Ten
patterns in weigbtv. tnre white. v.idc damask: looks liko tine liueii. jffiK H
improves with each washing and will st?y white; sold formerly for JhJD H
-J5c .lfl; on sale for 20c yard.
HUCK TOWELING Pure white, closely jl
woven, serviceable quality; thi; is full IS iuclfs wide and sells ftlm 1
everywhere for 10c a yard; our sale price 0H-c vard. il
PURE LINEN NAPKINS This is an ex- j .
tmordinarv value; an nil lir.cn nflpkin in four good patterns, at Sn1& H
tlie price of a cotton napkin: "ize. IS'.xlS1" inches; former price, Um H
Si. 50 dozen; on sal for Osc dozen. H
S'CARFS AND SQUARES Lace trimmed, j:
also scalloped edge: fiouie have laco insertion to match edge, others uflK 1
hae beautiful embroidered designs; original price was J5c. and Jyjp H
75c each; on sale for Hfc each. jj
PILLOW CASES 45x36-inch size, full
blcacbc-l: good quality; deep hems: well made; formerly I'-Mjc H
each; reduced to 10c 'each. "Cr il
SHEETS Seamless and of a standard )f
gr-ide; full bleached muslin; SlxOO-inch size; a regular 75c sheet; ' H
for u7c each. JUU jl
CAMBRIC MUSLIN The best ever sold )f
for the price: pure white, 5nc and close, full yard wide; no limit, tnt 1
vou can have aa much as ou want of this 10c cambric for Gl?c Wlliy
9-4 BLEACHED SHEETING The best Y
opportunitv vet. Dou't fail to ice this; former price, 27c yard; lnh H
sale price 2 c yard. ITjJK