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!i il 4 ; THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
1 BEMITIFICATIl OF
HOLY CIW PUiED'
I Hi Englanders Project Garden
f HI Suburbs. for Jerusalem; Sir
S wflljf Special Cable to Tho Tribune,
f: MM LONDON. Nov. 2. Tlic liousiup qu'es-
Ition in-Jerusalem is one that is receiv
ing considerable attention at tho pres
ent moment. Tberc arc many liuo build
ings in and about Lbe holy cit', but
they arc surrounded by what in this
country would bo railed slums. A few
wealthy Bokhara Jews have, iudcoil,
built tbenifelvos line niausious, but tlje
Srcafc mass of the populat ion uun scarce
ly afford to havo decent houses.
A project has accordingly been moot
ed in Euplaiid. of fonniug a small car
den suburb outside Jerusalem, in 'which
tb houses will bo let to the better class
artisan-' at a rental of something be
tween $40 and $50 per annum. The
garden city movement has mado groat
progress in this country; it is recog
nized as o'il'oriHK an excellent, solution
.for tfco housing problem of largo indus
trial cities, 'and at tho same limo-fos-
tenng the love of tho land and of na
ture, which tho modern concentration of
tho population iu towns has threatened.
Land can be bought fairly cheap iu
the outskirts of Jerusalem, and it has
been calculated that a substantial lit
tle house, with half au acre of grouiid,
coujcl bo provided for about $1000,
The gnrdou could., be planted with
fit:, olives and kitchen vegetables, for
i which there is a market in tho city;
and the tenant would thus be enabled to
add a little to bis income bv the care
of bis land. The bouse woiild be laid
out according to a plan, which would
preserve the natural beauty of tho site.
Communication with tho citv would
be established by a bus, or possibly, if
the concession could be obtained, bv a
I ram way.
Tho success of Tol-Arbib. (ho colony
outside tfnfi'a, augurs well for tho pro
posed movement for ,lcrusacm, where
the need is much greater than iu Jaffa.
If tho scheme succeeds cumploctly. it
will ecrtainly be the lorcruniier of liinuv
others. Besides, it will prcservo the
beauty of the hills around the holy citv.
fair John Grey Oill, v-lio for thirty
yrar.s has possessed a beautiful house on
one of the spires of the Mount of Olivos,
is very much inlercs.lcd in tho garden
Costs money, but it does perfect work.
VC hayo it. Century Printing Co., Go
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is All Right
Thousands With Poor Teeth Havo Good
Digestion by Using Stuart's Dys
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Whether or not we cat too much, 5s
a matter or Individual Judgment.
Uonjuinlu Franklin tried tho experiment
of living on a handful of robins. But
he discovered that tho rjuostlon wasn't
what ho ate nor tho quantity thereof,
but ono of digestion imd assimilation.
The normal person cats heartily; and with
keen enjoymont. That is because his
mind doesn't anticipate stomach trouble.
And If ho docs havo an attack of sour
stomach or Indigestion he Icnowu that tho
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A Gentleman of the "Old School" Who
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Many people have poor teeth, weak
gums, sore teeth and, other botharsonie
troubles that prevent a vigorous masti
cation of food. And Instead of eating
soft, mushy food that palls on the appe
tite they so In for those savory dishes,
the very odor of which starts the saliva
and makes the stomach fairly revel with
This Is but. a natural condition. Any
thing else borders upon tho indlfforenco
which fosters indigestion and chronic dy3
ll may ho safely said that it should
not be a question of diet or kind of food
or teeth or even any of tho reflexes
which arc 'supposed to have their influ
ence in deranging the stomach. It la
simply a matter of supplying tne stomach
and digestive organs with those known
assistants such as pepsin, and hydro
chloric acid, both of which have a direct
and powerful action upon the contents of
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Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest
3000 grains of food. This saves your
stomach and gles it tho rest It needs.
All muscles requlro occasional rest if
they are ever over-taxed, The stomach
Iu no exception to this rule.
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lets and you will wonder how you over
got alopg without them. They are fiold
at SO cents by all druggists every
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I Evening S-w .LESS Actual Valjij
An Unequalled Offering: of the Season's Choicest Models Wk
ONE EXAMPLE " THIS N-lTMBEtiB
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UNDER.PRICED: 3HffftrW! JfcS B8I SACRIFICED
This number merely shows just what this tremendous pur- This is a fair example of the underpricing you'll find'all
I chase means to you Tlie collection of evening gowns beggars throughout this magnificent line of afternoon and street?
description-there's nothing beautiful -in shading or designing dresses-The richest and most stylish creations abound-the'P
H that will be found wanting here Fashion centers have do- . . . .. J , , auu tags,
- nated their best to this selection, and you choose at prices assortment is practically endless-and the dresses are spicaadS;
I that would not cover cost of materials today There are plain sPan thl being their first showing To summarize the khE:
1 and brocaded charmeuse, rich, messalines, chiffons in all you'll see we mention Charmeuse, Messalines, Eponges, Ha.;Kj
1 shades and combined with silk and laces rich hand made tines, Serges, Corduroys, Velvets, and all the other desirable !
I laces and nets over silk spangled, bugle trimmed and richly dress materials in the very choicest and most modish freaBg1
1 fringed styles in fact your imagination may picture any ments There are over seven hundred dresses in this tremend'jBfi?:
1 beautiful gown it's here and at a third to a half less than ous shipment. Hanging in value from $7.50 to $50.00 and yM'
the value would command. choose at a third to a half less than actual values. '"St!
I In addition to the real attractiveness of this magnificent selection in the way of style features, quality "Wt
I represented and price reductions you will find it a double pleasure to view them in our new "dress and
1 ' gown room" so large and roomy so rich and elegant and "as light as day" for without exception, ' fm
1 this is the largest and lightest ready-to-wear department in the city.
U i M.irrnini .n w w.i.w"-"v . ,. . ... ' m i , , ,, mm am, , . ,
.M' A Sensational Offering of
L Most Besirable
f Plain and Novelty
I Heavy Bengaline Gord 36 inches wide in blue and black, brown and black,
black and white this season's most popular silk fabric a very heavy Otto
man cord in" two-tone effect. Th6. suit, coat or dress should be
secured now, while these regular $2.50 values are going at the yd 2$
Richest ; satlu charmeuse, all silk, double width, in black, gray, red, golden, navy, taupe and
rose a special shipment just received, worth $2 a yard, A 4i 2
yours Monday and week at only plo&H
Pure silk taffeta, 19 and 21-iuch widths, all colors and black, the very
hest qualities and makes, SI and $1.25 values, Monday and week, a yard. . . . 1C
mmA9011 ali srlk. salines, in all wanted shades, including cream and "black a
beautiful Justrous finish in a flnc strong w cave, worth 69c a yard
Monday and weok J O 9 C
Plain messalines and changeable taffetas, yard wide silks, the always popular and alwavs
correct materials, regular' $1.25 and $1.5 0 values-Monday and week? a ASys
yard ' yc(C
I- SILKS SPECIALLY mim
69c a yard for 36 inch black messalines, worth $1.00
69c a yard for 36 inch black taffetas, worth $1.00
$1.35 a yard for 36 inch black Duchess, worth $1.85.
$1.75 a yard for 36 inch extra heavy $2,50 black Duchess.
IIESS 600PS SweepingSy Reduced
Mannish mixtures in 52 inch width dark and medium color
ingsr a pure wool $1.50 fabric & 1 1 A
Monday and week, a yard , JLJLSf
. Mixed ratine suiting 44 inches wide this in gray, green and navy crounds
with illuminated colorings splendid $1,75 value fRl'Vlb
Monday and week, a yard , 5p J.
Plain and Ulumlnated whip cords, mixtures and Tartans plaids for skirts for dra fnr
misses' wear, 36 inches wide, regular 65 c and 75c qualities ' "sses, for
Monday and week, at yard 1 , SCDC
Our mannish suitings are worthy of special mention here
we ask you to examine them compare them with others as
to quality as to price we can tell you beforehand what vou'll
say "Cohn's are best of course. "
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But in fact the only way that points to Ie- rWWvfi Yw-
gitirnate merchandising-. Read these items YlpO
and see for yourself where high qualities an!i fMlw
little prices go hand in hand and point out wlJI ui' mt1
tho fact that Conn's deliver, better goods for I ffi
the same price or the same' goods for a smal- js Jji
ler price on all domestic linens, wash goods, 'F
bedding, draperies, etc. '"v
7'2'inP.i. hleaehed table damask and not a 90c bleached sheets, Sls90-inch sizo, PfB
fictitious value when wo say a dollar da- heavy and serviceable, WH
mask, high satin finish. a eaCh "BB
si or w !"?caMe- ? y tf-0 $1.25 Pniit of Loom "sheet, tooiDWl
? i 5 i l,acUed, a11 Unen table damask, the as the best for further comment ftt
Kind that pleases, looks well and wears size 2'-x2Vo. good size, I
satisfactory. 70 inches wide, R' each ' . 'r ll
the special price, yard. 4 0C oi batting o-pouud tolls I
gl.O bleached table damask, finest Irish piece comforter, size 72x84 ' lYfiCH
flax, ,2 mclios wide, tho heavy service- inches elegant quality, each v
finlsiryarT11 & 52.50 wool batts. one piece, TWft -1
81.00 bordered linen lunch lip." '"' ST Mnday' $11 1
Sl..,5 bleached satin finish napkins, 19x19 very sightly, tho pair, Monday, flk
mchise, extra weight. p,no $5 50 flUod Wmk8ts, H'-k
58 fine table set,' ranuW'of linen, S-4 S U5. $3'!Wf
Se Eraf&w wool s'
Ll ' W t2wels- heavy and good, size col- ues, pretty plaids or white, gfi.fJP'K
30?ifeh t?wS c4tin ' il-o f 9 51-50 comforts, large size silk- g5wl
. doS t&dNad. a sIuC and Z olino COVGring' each' M0,nd,ay- 'Z 3rM
Monday IVC S2-00 Comforts, best sUkohne covujm
39c scarfs and squares, 30x36-iiich souares v,ith rtne cotton filling SlilfHI
and 17xB0.inch scarfs, hemstitched and 72x80 inch size, each . . ... V
open work, each, Mon- 53.75 comforts, cambric and atlic'ASMfl
A-' ' v 1 7 C centers with floral borders, 2.J9jMH
Pino 81 and 51.20 scarfs and squares, scv- hest batting, each lBIIMl
drSfcnW0" cyelot work. 8 l-3c cotton challic oriental 412HW
satin finish, each S 1 1 f A'' Amckeag WmlM I
S"00 lonrr Hnl, fi ,,1 lC OUtlUg fliUUlOl, tllO Am-S & jVHR 1
wide fho nfnieo quality 36 lncl,es lake. dark and medium iI'HTH
wide, the piece of 12 yards color6 only, yard .... '-W''A''AMm
,r , CTOIL i6 o.3c kimono and house oiUiCm
1-jc pillow cases, 42x36-iuch Q ottcs, elegant quality, Monday gJSCBv,
size, a good case, each Q-V3C yard ........ : ''nfAfmHtim
20c pjllow cases made from Pennernli 20c wtite wol fla"e! 27 ln'
ing, ,il2s36,lnch size, Ip r!u ias ' We, good quality, yar.dv-- dJjiJBJJi
oach , . JL fi ? 50c all wool colored flannel tvtUI anlVA5jo
B8r ?8Ukuc' cvc'' and color! 27 incI,oS widc' al1 colrS' .. VlF
36 inches wide, 50 stylos to or varcl : V Vive 7 ioiW 1
select from, yard. . . . . P fi -10c. 50c and 60c washablo sUkfi fyWJ J
SOc cotton bats, white flufTv coV-a' h , widoi Ptata dots, foulards afl(J
ton, 12.03. rolls, each, Mondayl 212g L