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ff THE SALT LAKH TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1(5, 1912. ' " 7 H
! I Hovelty Section
Leather Hand Bags
In pocketbook sizes, either
jivv, black, brown or pray; copies of.
Meier priced bugs; worth $1.2.5 to $1.00; re
duced to 93c.
Silver Vanity Purses
An assortment of German sil-vc-
v.mily purses, fitted with powder box, five
nnd ton-tent coin holder and Frcudi mirror;
ortb".l.l5: reduced to 9Sc.
Imported Lav a! Hers
French styles, assorted stone
tlH" PiLcli packed in a prcMv little Xmas
bi"; Sorth $2.00; ran be bad for .$1.00.
The 50c box of El Per fee to
Veda rouge; ;!3c.
fyn "improved cold cream in a
. Iarffe, S-oz. ,inr. which, is usually sold for 75c;
F our special pr'n'c, 50e jar.
JBj,A 6 oz. bottle of antiseptic for
H internal tmd external use; special, 2oc bottle.
1(5-0". botflo for GOc; a 32-oz. bottle for $1.
:H Virgin olive oil, produced and
bottled in Trance: this is a superior olive
t'H, 0 nml is imported exclusively for Keith
Vj O'Brien Co.; price -15c.
Wi HPT? A Special Pound
mi I Package
M A special feature in our toilet
um coods seciioji Saturday will be a salo oC tbc
B anions basket li red Spider-Leg tea; thin fa
(Uh. tnoiis tea. 6olls the world over for $J.OO pound.
ffl Special, 69c Pound
rS; Only sold in one-pound packages
j'We also have a quantity of a
superior quality of ftuglish Breakfast tea,
jjB r which is Fold in this country for $1.00 a pound.
H- Special, 69c Pound
This is also sold in one pound packn.gos only.
I NIGHT ROBES
2j Made of good quality flannel-
cite, close fitting collar, and is well mado;
colors blue and white aud. piuk and whito
Si striped only; former price, 75c; spocial, -J9c
B Another ladies5 flannelette
night robe, made of blue and white, pink and
fm: tvbi! c s'riped flanuolcttc, with scalloped neck
lHj; and cuffs, finished with finishing braid; sells
AH'- regularly for $1.00: special, o'Dc.
An extra good flannelette
nipht robo in bliio and white- and pink and
S white (IcfiisTJis: a regular $1.25 garment; 0Q
. sale at S9c each.
? Women's long kimonos in
very prfcty flowered and Persian designs,
jH llccccrt matorials. iu red, blue, gra v lavender
M colore; worth ?l.50 each 9Sc.
;The Baldwin four-in-one
house dresses in navy blue, gray and white,
and other figured materials; a very attractive
I and good littirig garment, worth $2.73; 1,98 oil.
;Also another Baldwin fOUr-in-fr
one Iioueo dress in plain blue and a good as
Viorlinotit o other fabrics; well worth $2.25;
rriceuspccialby at $1.50.
A very pretty novelt' petti
coat, in blue and whil?, and black and whito,
urowu aud hlack. black and red stripes, also
. in plain black. Ucdueed from 7oc to 59c each.
Ladies' black sateen skirts
made with a 11 -inch flounco, with four small
tycks, a regular $1.00 skirt. Your choice at
Also another splendid black
ratcen Ekirt, mado of cxl.ra good quality
lateen, with Lucked, tailored and pleated
floptmos; formerly sold for $1,50. Basement
price, 9Sc each.
An excellent assortment' of
jhoso mcssalino petticoats, in red, blue, black,
lavender and green shades, well mado aud
good width; standard price, $:.50. Special,
48c Men's Jersey ribbed un-
jtorrrcar in brown only; regular 75c garment;
JSc Men's heavy ' fleeced
Mined underwear; a warm, durable garment.
MjMeirs Jersey ribbed
jQn suits, the Yasear make; regular $1.50.
PICE to contractors.
"KtKKVrtiXX tlll4t smiled bids'
0. lMAli.,sJTB CAPITOL
Li .Plan.-, specif Icatlono,
tSnn CITY. UTAIT,
X rJls, ato Capitol Com
fh. ell bulldUiy, Salt Lriil'.o
iffi iC',TV' UTAI1
ltT4 f a nie ower icft.ntuid cor.
Mne a rSh S,ato Capitol BulW
4".Bf6t ,a covere, for cx-
Sibl ,;,r" Job cxcrplins beat
jfT e,c-tno wlrlnp,
K" bldB u bo delivered to tho
? Telaved W! P a, II If n '
0 Women s leats-Malf rnce
A shipment of Sample Coats which should have reached us
in time for our big sale last week, was delayed in transit somewhere, reaching
us after the sale was over.
Pirir mrr; j j MKl 200 Tailored Suits at $19 J 5
rnce concessions seldom ever KrlP? rru . , . ; , .
A i . - j 3C There are twenty dinerent styles m
made decided us in accepting them, rUl these suits AVC put on at $19J5- Handsonic :
and placing them on sale Saturday f iC ) iT" Is pIain ta'lorccl ineu's wear serge, blaek and
at Half Price 4 Ma hite cutaway styles, braid bound, brown and
J Jmm0p3 11 gray mixtures. Values up to $37.50, for 19.75.
Inoiuf iinCatS f ? vel" llM 1 " CHILDREN'S COATS
onis, plusljey, with carucal tniTimmy if R A A o i ic i- t-a-
handsome chincliiHas in gray and navy V 1 A bPeclal 15 Per Cent -Discount.
Also black and . white diagonals, plain J f . Little Girl s' Coats
broad clotns, tailored series and some J7 A' -n : ui i j m
very smart Jdhmiy coatsf J I , W The most des.rab e kinds at- he
most wanted tunc. .Materials of chinchilla,
All Priced at Just One-Half. 'BIPI corduroy, velvets, plushes and novelty cloth
1 OO lTlUCh Warm Weather ill OctO- fflfflk WSi 0Z to au extremely larpe purehaso (includiu a num
ber J'or the maker ot these suits-the product . J j, tl &$Z fiJK? -S'eAiSt pT"i Action vcfl
of a reliable concern else tbe suits wouldn't r E! I fcr this special discount. Sizes 2 to 7 years. The reu-
lm T,.i,.o f a i 1 L "i yBiTm tilar pneo ranee 18 from $2.75 to $15.00. A fe'vr im-
ne neie at any price. A liundred at a consid- Wli ported novelties from $22.50 to $50.00.
erable 'concession, in price. Cheviots, mixed. . WlSmft Plats and 'Bonnets
suitings, diagonals and serges in mannish tail- ' W To mafrln mate ;n o11 rrdnrc AAol-o
ored or trimmed models-not many of a. color, H 1 1 liatfCl1 C1atb 111 ,al1 C(? ll S ,
but included are navy, black, brown and gray . " ? ii i"1 velo"r uslc?'.
Values up to ,$29.50 for M75 i " aud noVelty dth' are a11 lrjcluded 111 Ulls dls-
' ' ' COUnt. Infants' Department Tain PJoor.
Union Suits Whito cotton Children's jrray, Irish notk, Boys' floees lined" shirta and
union Euita. hich nocL-, long lonr sloevo vests and auklo lnw. ' ron-uKr Inc our
sleoTo, anklo Ten.h, else- length .pauta, regular 75c; drLfta; reR?,Ur C' 0Ur
ivhorc 35c; our Basement special. 180. . price, -'Hi each,
price, 25c. B0ys' TJnion Suits Gray, Boj-s' Union Suits Ploece
Union bints Fleece hoed llcee lined, hih net, loner v,na i,:u l- ir.
union suits, high neck, Ion- sleeve, aukJe Tei.rth; rcRU- 1,,ncd' p,h , nc , ' loDS
deeve, ankle lenpMi; rc-u- lar 155c; our Basement sleeve, aukle leuijth; regu
lar 75c; special, dSc, price, 25c, lar 75c; our price, -lSc.
120 dozen black cotton hose; Tan host, soa-mlcsa; regular Black wool hose, scaraloss;
as an extra special, Trhile 25c; our price, 15c -pair. repilar 25c; our price, 19o
t.liev last, 5c pair. ... .. . , . pair,
JSlack cotton hoso, seamless; Mceco lined black liose, hem &ilk bool hoFe isiG
rocrular 15c; our price, 10c 0V !llKi ribbed top; ro.rular foot rcKUai. 39c. our Trice
pair. 10c? onr Pnce loe Pa". 20o paiiC
Black silk lisJo and cotton Flceco lined black hose, seam- Black silli boot liose, special
hose; rctjular 25c; our price, Iosb; rcfrular 25c; onr price, at; 35c pair, or thrco for
15c pair. 19c pair. $1,00.
Washing Soaps You IV ant a Running PP ater
Of all kinds in great quantities Lavatory Without Plumbing?
aud the number of bars to a customer y modem Convenient lava-
is unlimited. tory for rooms which have no jdunilnn con-
5c Bob "White soap lc 'bar $3.65 per !1 00 noBaSI1
5c Crystal Vfhito soap ....! bar $3.65 per 100 i
oc AB Naphtha soap 4a bar $4.00 per 100 flgSSfcfcffl sfeiS&Mf
Gc Small Ivory soap 1c bar $4.00 per 100 Hulwl wWll
5c borax Trashing compound, package 3c yuinBtsvlffl!?
5c Star Naphtha Trashing ponder, package. . .4c svf: fihSJllHia
10c can UdoIo Sam's Cleanser, can 5c' Av pSraBHfi
0c Oia Dutch Cleanser So ff JWvV I M I
5c AB Naphtha ivashiuR powder, pkg 4c J )
A good medium lengtli corset llijffiSB
of the now straight long linen, with four sup- mWmir wC., .TJIJf'
porters worth 65c, special 3Sc each. jflrfi gM
Two extra big values in a long Mjllll ! r
model with niudiuui highjjust and lone skirt.; MfMmh 4 Will
has four siipportero and trimmed with lace; rafilj5 1
A very good model, with ex-
tremcly loucr skirt and low bust; made of yW-jSffOjP
coutil "with draw string in bust, laco trimmed, .'tf Ipo?.
with four supporters; worth $1.50; on salo j p -
TrjVC .This fixture takes the place of
V- X lj tho old fashioiiod commode- and slop ,jar and
cofits no more. It; gives vou fresh running wa-
Some half UriCe. We have a !or r Jntory -.purposes without expense at
uu" . installing plumbing for bathroom or waah-
u umber of toys, garner and books in broken ftand
lines; to closo at oiica at. reductions pf 20 per
cent to 50 per cent lew thnn holiday prices; yy whole SlorV in a nutshell
you can save some of your Chnntmao appro- nc ""'W zwry a uuisncu.
priatiou hero. This sanitary lavatory is com-
JDOLU KOUSKS Half Prico p)0t0 iu itself. Nothing to break nothing to
ASSORTED GAlOCS 5c each. nmt, nothing to get out oJ! order. Quickly put
ASSORTED TOYS 20 to 50 per cent o(T "P. Koes in any part. o the room can't dop
Tior;ij JUGGTBS 20 to 50 per cent off. J ' '
St rnfins 0c to 50 ner cont off tTUST TH13 TIILN'G FOR UOMK OlFICB,
W HE Fill GOODS -Oc to ou per cont oft APARTMENT, HOTEL. ROOMTNG HOUSE
BOOKS 2,- P?-r cent discount 0R SUMMER COTT.AGK.
Bargain Basement. . COME 3N" AND SEE IT DEMONSTRATED.
? Si St Cake sale Saturday at the store-by the
if $ $ If If If :LCbM"n M-$
Capitol Commission at tho said time and
placo lor opening name.
Bids munt not contain conditions,
nunlldcatiomi. proposition or any other
thing than thoso mentioned in plans.
6nccTncatlonM. drawlnga, contracts and
bonda. and bidders must use th form or
bids, which will bo found nt Uio oltlco
of mild nrchlteot. uid no other form or
bid will bo received.
A certified check or canMer'B ohoclc on
some bank Jn Sale Lak.i City. Utah, for
at lpufrt; n per conL of tho amount or
each bid must bo nclpnnd. Each check
lo to bo mado payable to tho ""dfr
slfrned, and In to bo forfo ted to the un
derslffned In case tlio bid la accepted and
tho bidder doen not ontr Into the con
tract within ton days after Ita accep
tance, for the faithful execution of tlie
contract and , bond hereinafter men
tioned. . , . . I.
Tho proposed form of contract shall
hn tho "Uniform Contract Revised,
1907. and tlio forVn of bond to bo uaed
la hereto appended.
A bond imint be furnished for ono-hslj
the amount of tho bid. with cood and
mifrlclnt "uretloa. all satisfactory to the.
"WSlani and spceMrBtlone will be
open for IiwpbcIIoii and use at the
aTchllecL's office In rooms Pe
bld.. and at the office of the Utah State
Capitol CommlFElon, 211 Felt building.
If any bidder dculrcs to have ono or
morn nets of plans for Ills exclusive use.
the architect at hiH option may furnish
them agnlnnt a deposit to him of S75 for
each set of plans. 45 of Which will be
refiindud on tho return of tho first set
of plana etc and a refund of $2fv each
on any of tho subsequent sets, provided
said plans, etc.. are returned in runson
abW good condition and within two weeks
aflrr bids aro opened.
Tho plana and spnclflcatloriB are the
property of the architect and In all ensev
rnu-it be returned to tho architect, nnd
In no case shall the deposit constitute
a purchase price.
Blddots reHldlns outside of Salt tyake
Cltv must pay for tho cxpreiiHage of
plans, etc.. both ways In all canes.
The undersUned dooa not obllsato It
nclf to accept the lowest or any bid.
Tho competency nnd responsibility of
bidders and of their proposed Hub-con-tractora
will receive carerul conslder-
U The "bldV-wlu'S received for the fol-
,0l!1"l'or7thobuiIdInE: complete, apocl-
2' For tlie building complete, except
ing hf-atlnir. plumbing, electric wiring.
f. Cement, plain and reinforced con
crete work. Includlne orn.vatlonB, Btruc
tunit steel, and rotttnB of same.
5! Stone work, cuttlnc and settlny.
Brick work and tho setting of terra
cotta. S. Furnishing of lerra-ootta.
C. Carpenter work.
S. Shcct-motal work. Including aky
llghtc and floor light.
9. Uarblo work, terrasso and tile
11. Miscellaneous nnd orna-montal
steel, iron and brana work.
12. Combination of bids sections 3, i
IB. Electric wiring,
The undersigned shall have the right
to reject any or all bids und to waive
any Informalities In any proposal.
Datod at Salt 1-ake City, Utah, this
29th day of October. 1912.
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION.
Tar Baby Mining Company, prlnct
psd placo of business 322 Atlas block,
Snlt Lake City, Utah. Notice Thero are
delinquent upon the following described
stock on account of assessment No, 2,
levied on the 2nd day of October. 1P1S,
the several amounts cet opposite tho 1
names of tho rcppectlvo shareholders as
N'o. Name. Shares. Amt.
15 Child. W. IT 21,2fi0 53.12
287 ErlckHnn, Emil .... 500 1.25
23 Fltzgtbbun, IV in, .. 2.000 fi.tK)
281 Green. C. U 21,152 fiO.I'.S
292 Green, Xlna W 0,500 101. 2S
23S Green. II. Victor... G.000 12.50
290-Grcen. Dora thy E.. f-.000 12.50
339 Musser, .Ioe. AY" 2.000 Ti.00
210 Musscr, Jos. 1,500 rt.75
211 Musser, Jos. W 1.000 2. B0
312 Musser. .Tos. "XV 500 1.25
115 Nellson. M. C 1,000 2.50
10 CBal.) Porter, S. S.. 6,000 17.25
211 Pullman, John 1,000 2.r.0
r.4 Stocum. R. IT 1.000 2. SO
55 Stocum. R. IT 1,000 2.50
6R Stocum, R. IT 1,000 2.50
Stocum, C. C 1,000 2.50
"7i! Sears, Isaac 200 .50
0 Trimmor. W. XV.... 2,400 6.00
U Trlmmor. XV. XV..., 100 .25
260 Tollen. Domcnck ... 900 2.25
And In accordance with law nnd an
order of the board of directors made on
the 2nd day of October, 1912, so many
shares of each parcel of stock as may bo
ncccseary will bo r.old at the principal
office of tho company. No. 822 Atlas
block, Salt Lako City. Utah, on the 2nd
duy of December, 1312, at 2 o'clock
Shoe Specials $ I
Shoe shining tickets free Jm
SATURDAY ONLY with any pair MEN'S MTu
or WOMEN'S $0.00 SHOES; good for seven 5 '
$1.45 Women's satin and JJlte ' H
kiJ slippers in wliito, bluo ami pinks; regular '
!;:i."j0 to .'yo.OO; only few pairs left; yonr aizo ,
may be here. i?K
65c Women's boudoir slip- jHjB
pors, in all colors; regular .$1.00, ,
A Sc Women's Turkish slip- jJL j
pcrs, silver trimmed; all colors; worth 75c. ftlfff f
$3.95 High cut tan winter l5r I
storm boots for women; we are selling lots of k j '
the large sizes to men: they wero $G and $7. ViW, '
$1.00 and $ 1 .25 Women's j
i'elt and leather slippers, many stylos to i
choose from. lnb ll
$1.95 Boys5 patent leather $M
shoes: regular $y.00. s rH
Shoe shining stand in the department for ac- ! j.H
commoda ion cf ladies. rIHj tl
Shoe npairing done right; called for and $ ( jH
delivered promptly. t?k '
Sweater Coats H
10 per cent discount on any Wife ,1
one vou select, Saturday only; prices Ooa to "vr
49c Men's night robes, eith-
cr flannelctto or muslin; regular 7oc grade. ujm I
98c Men's night robes in 5P
muslin or outing flannels; also mcnrs flannel
pajamas; worth $1.25 and $1.00. tH
15c 2 for 25c Men's cotton Mm v
sox, in black, tan and gray. 5 'f U
. Domestic Section farsfZ, I
"This is the place'- to buy India Linon Pure white per- .S j H
your staple goods. Under price, first focfc coods, mado from combed yarns, better Wm 'MM
... I , . . , Jlt ' , nualitv than you can buy clscwhero for JSc 'vV7
qualtiy aud. better Values tliail else- yard; reduced to 10c yard. va I
where is our slogan. Cambric Muslin Fine qual- I ,H
. itv, free from Etarchj pur while and i'iill flfe '1
MerCei'lZed DamaSk, best yrd wide; former price, 30c j-ard; I5H:.: yard. Jlm j jH
quality, pretty iwittcrna, heavy weight, per- Dl'CSS Poplin A fully mCl- v I
niancnt satin finish, (53 inches wide; former Perized cloth in all. colors: not a few odd ? M
price, GOc yard; dJc yard. shades; our 1G 2-3c cloth; rcducod to 12'c ljVK I
Napkins Another shipment pniow Cases Match this if W )
ffJf iS in.?h Po-Um.U;l9 drll y cm: A 40.v?!G-inch hcmmcl full bleached ? ,
$ 5ogDdo,lnf Is ndo e' OTIS,Dal pnue was .p" -r drcfsins' a real 32166 q,,ality; mm
r ,uu , reduced to 10c each. Rirfj
Huck Toweling 2400 yards Sheets Made from good s -H
houseJiold huck toweling, for making roller weighty quality of bleached muslin, seamless, ifi
towelfi and dish cloths: heavy .woight. pure vSlxflO-inch size, formerly sold for 75c each; jflfifo ' fH
while. IS inches wide, formerly sold for 10c reduced to 57c each. 1UJ
a janii, otic yar. Bed Spreads This is a heavy s
Fancy Scarfs and Squares- Jk'ir& rfCrf S?J Mfe '
Hero is a tableful of hemstitched scarfs and $1.00 each. Alii l
aS.S'."15Sri SLiSSSS. WS?i Sheets with welded seam, 72 V
centers; formor prices were Voc and 3Dc each; xOO inch, a tine quality of pure whito muslin, ivfck 1 11
all reduced to 25c each. a real GOc idicetT roduccd to 30c each. fClKv 'H
Trimmed Hats at $225 to $1000 I
Every One an Individual Style 'H
At these prices we are now showing a very large variety of T ;H
new hats opened this xveck. If. bought in the early part of the season, xxq ii?k
would undoubtedly liave paid almost double the price. The advantago goes to yAm i
the customer. s .
Plush Top Sailors Special prices on. 'Misses' School Hats j ; H
Velvet facings. Kiilor3 we nil trimmed hats in tho New style, stitched cloth, hlfp 1 '
havo been seUingfor $-1.75. eJitiro line. Our assort- " oC tho late season's I ,
Special, .00. . t ... shapes, for school and street
cle-r Sailors Silk nwl't 'i "R Tcrj r- SpcciaJ' 2-2e- lfk
VjdgO OdJIUlb Ollfv 1Tlnny styles in color3, P11iC1t onr! Rpovor rjffl &t&
velvet with wido brim and with wing trims, ribbon rlUMi tlllU OOtlVCi UlTH j 'M
roll edrrc; colors, bright red, trims and fancy trims; Hats For lha young misa.
navy, black and black with oscellout values at $5.00. Genuine imported bodies. Spo- s
white. Special. Spocial. $2,20, cial prices at $5.00 and up. jfljj
Everv Boy Needs Clothes Education ill
A healthy respect for good looking clothes, a conscious real- j H
ka.tion of how real a part they play" in the impression ho makes, and the sue- ?
ecss ho -wins these should be a. part of every boy's education.- jfg fH
Keith-O'Brien 'a Boy's clothing' has no superior and very lew equals in appear- JUTP ,
anee and -wearing qualities.
$5.00 Boys' suits $1.85 Boys' . 'Jcr- 5 Oc Boys' IC &' fflflffi H
-VCith extra pair trousers; ' coy Sweaters, in red" aud E. blouses, all colors and & js (H
trousers aro lined through- blue, regular $2.20. Slls' G to lo wze' ,vottL 11
out; good conservative pat- Q5c BOVS' 1'KltS 7i,C A& tH
terns aud styles. tfa nowcst &I):qca 9 95BOVS' bea- SUP H
$9.85 Overcoat co":,;c, rnfi.n voV and vdoi hats, in X i H
special for Sat.urdny, ago G ODC DOyS LUllUll J.rowu. gray, bluq and iK
to IS veara; any $12.00 to ilannol night robes, iu black: all new and newest
$13,00." pinks and bluoa. shapes: regular .f.uO. i)UU fH
ffy 4 i
I m. lo pav the delinquent agPee.sment.
together with the cost of advertising and
expenao of sale. p
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT ASSESS
MENT NO. 1.
Austin "Wutor Co. Principal place oi
business, room 26. Continental BauK,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Nutlcti There arc delinquent upon tun
following duscrlbcd otork. on account in
asBeasmHiit No. 1. levied August 2G, 1D12.
tho Kcvnral amounts sot opposite tno
nanien uf respective shareholders, as fol
iowa: No. Najno. Sharer. Amt.
13 Henry l Estabroolss 175 ? 70.00
14Snrah Cox -.Vntliony 100.00 i
15 Chan. 11. Kiinnlatur (trus-
too) 625 J00.00
And In accordance with law and un
order of the board of directors rnad on
the 26th day of AukusI. 1012. ao many
shares of each parcol of mich stock as
may bo necessary' will bo sold nt thn of
fice of the company nt Itooin 26. Conti
nental Bank, Snlt Lako City, on Uie 2nd
dav of IJocombcr. 1912. at 2 p. in., to nay
deiinaucnt ussesument tlieruon, tosetlicr
with cost of advertising and expense; or f lM
tale. LOUIS D. FARNS WORTH.
Se'retary and Treasurer, Austin Water ! j
I DENVER I lill) GRANDE I !
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS ;
Oct. 11th. Limit Oct. 31t. , ll
Oct. 1Sth. Limit Jan, 3"at.
Nov. 23 rd. 25th. Limit Jan. 31st. H
Dec 21nt, Z3rd. Limit Fob. ZSth. H
Denver, Colorado Springs 322.60 I t !H
Omaha. Kansas City $40.00 I
San Francisco $40.00 j jjH
Low ratei to othor eastern points on j
tame datot. i
Stopovers. Diverse 'routes. 1
STEAMSHIP TICKETS ' t
To all parts of tho world. I fll
tot Main St. Piiano Wasatch 252 S. Il