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g THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913. .m
Sunday Services in
Salt Lake Churches
CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL SERVICES EXTENDED TO ALL
LINCOLN STREET BAPTIST CHAP
H EL. corner Lincoln street and Mntn
H SouthThe Bo v. W. B. Stowart. pastor.
Minlverrary cervices Sunday. Sunday
school. 10:30 a. m; anniversary ermon.
' U.I5 a- m.; Younff People's service. 6:lo
H 'P. m.; plutform rnoctln?. several rcak
era. 7:30 p. m. Prayer service Ihura
dav, 7:30 p. m.
niO GRANDE BAPTIST CHURCH.
H Second South ncur Ninth WestB.
H I Bronnon, minister. Frieda A. Drcsscl.
V missionary. Manuel Porter. Blblo school
superintendent. Blblo school at 10:15
H o'c'ock. Men's class la now a feature.
H Mornlnc worship at 11:15 o clock, with
. sermon "Co-Woriccra With God." Com
tniunlon" in thin service. B. Y. P. L. at
H ' r, 30 o'clock: Miss Ellu Hutchison, leader.
H wEvonlnp servlcn at 7;30 o'clock; sermon.
"All Things Made New." Baptlnm In this
meeting. MIsa Margnrct Stanley will
H .render solos at both mornltiR ami evnn-
'nc onrvlces. Teachers' training c'aas
Tuesday cvcnlnjc. MWIwcek mooting ;ed
H 'ncBday evening. Brothcrljood Friday
j; evening. Wo shall bo glad to welcome
ttfMAKUEL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Fourth Eaat and Second South streets.
Louio 8. Bowerman. D. D.. mlnls'.er.
Hours of worship, 11 a. ra. and 7:30 n- m.
"ornlnff subject. "What Shall the New
Season Brlns to Mo?" The Lord's sup
per and reception of members at close
of morning sermon Evening series
H reasonable answers to reasonable oucs-
tlono "What Is a Mlraclc7" Bible school
at 12:0 p .m.: F. J. Lucas, superlntcnd-nt-
Younjf People's meeting at 6:30 p.
1 m. Midweek prayer and social service
Wednesday evening at S o'clock. You
aro very cordially invited to all of these
BURLINGTON BAPTIST MISSION. J
corner of Indiana and Navajo streets
Jared V. Cody, minister. Sunday school
at 10:20: W. M. Sanderson, superintend
r.L Tounc; People'fl meeting at 0:30 p. I
m. Preaching ocrvlco at 7:30 p. m. !
Prayer mcctlnc Thursday nlsht at S I
CHURCH Cornor of Fifth South and
Seventh East; Rev. P. A. Slmpkln. pnn
tor. Services this day at 11a. m. and 7:45 '
p. m.. with sermons by the pastor. Morn- .'
infr, communion service. Evonlnc ser
mon, "Fountains and Cisterns." Sunday
chool at 12:30 p. m. Christian endeavor
At 6:20 p. m. A cordial welcome to all
worshipers at thesn service?.
Subject Sundav sermon. "God." 1
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIEN-
T3ST. 336 East Third South streot. Sun-
day sorvlces, 11 a. m. and 8 p. in.
HR Sunday school at 0:45 a. m. The
Wednesday evening' sorvlces arc held
at 8 o'cloclc
SECOND CTTURCIi OF CHRIST, SCI
R ENT1ST. Consolidated Music hall. 16
1 East First South street. Sunday scrv
Hn Ices, 11 a. m. Sunday school, 9:4n
M a. m. Wednesday evening services, S
Hfl o'clock. All are welcome to these church
Free readlnt: rooms In tho Walk or
1 Bank building, Main and Second South
9 streets, -whero Christian Sclcnco lltora-
PPJJ turo may be obtained.
Hj THE CBNTRAIi CHRISTIAN
CHURCH, corner Fourth South and Third
PPJ Eact streets. Cliarles R. Neel. pastor.
PH Residence, 267 East Fourth South streot,
PH Sunday Bcrrices, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
PPJ Morning sermon, "Tho New Year."
PPJ Night First lecture on the life of Christ,
PB aided by Stcreoptlcon views. Blblo
PB school 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7 i
PPJ n. m. Prayor meeting Wednesday night, j
PPJ Vnnual business meeting and noclaLMon-!
.day night. Januarv' C. j
1 FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
PH CHURCH. Second East and Second South
PPJ trcets. Francis Burgettc Short, pastor.
PPJ Preaching. 10:45 a. m. Sunday .school,
PP lS p. ro. Preaching. 7:30 p. m.; sub-
PPf ioct. "Tho First Runaway Couplo: What
PPJ Caused It and How It Ended." Special
PPJ music by large chorus choir. You are
pH ordlally Invited.
H SECOND 3IETHODIST EPISCOPAL
PPJ CHURCH, corner of Galena and South
PPJ Fourth East streets. Martin Thomas,
PPJ pastor. Sunday school. 10 a. m., F. A.
pH Key worth. superintendent. Epworth
PPJ League at 6:45 p. m.; Miss Litre, leader.
PB Preaching scnMco and sacroment of the
pBI Lord's supper at 7;30. Prayer meeting
PBI Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
pil Everybody welcome.
HEATH METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, near the corner of Third
PH Soutli and Eighth West streets Martin
PH Thomas, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.
PPJj -n.; Donald Colclough. superintendent.
PPJ Preaching service and sacrament of tho
PPJ Lord's supper at 11 a. m. Evening serv-
Ppi loft at 7:30, aormon by A. F. Keworth.
pH( Prayer meeting Thursday ovcnlng at 7:30
pH o'clock. A cordial Invltutlon to all.
H IL1FF METHODIST CHURCH. Ninth
pH East and First South streetn. Ransom
PPJ P. Nichols, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45
Ppi ft. m.; C L. Jacobson. suporintondent:
ppj It a. m.. preaclilng by Mr. Nichols; 7:46
PPJ p. ra.. musical, (see programme In music
LIBERTY PARK METHODIST EPIS-
PH COPAL CHURCH, corner Eighth East
pHj mid Ninth South streets. Tho Rev. D.
PPJ E. Carter, 833 Chaso avenue, pastor.
PPJ Sunday chool at 10 a. m.; TI. C. Scott,
superintendent- Preaching at 11 a. m.;
PH ubject, "Tho Gift of tho Spirit." Class
Ph meotmc at noon, led by tho Rev D. B.
PPJ Scott. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.
PP Publlo Installation of the Epworth
PH League offlcera at 7:30 p. in., followed by
a sermon from tho pastor. Monday night
PH t 7:30 o'clock the pastor begins a scries
Ppi of special evangelistic meetings, to bo
ppi continued throughout tho week with the
pH exception of Saturday night. The alsns
PPJ of a great revival arc promising. Wo
PPJ ixtend a very cordial Invitation to all.
ppi Let every Christian pray for us.
PH EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 523 South Fourth
PPJ East etrcoL The Rev. E. E. Mork. pas-
Ppi tor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Mrs. E.
PPJ E. Mork, superintendent. Morning serv-
PPJ Ice conducted by the pastor In the Scan-
PPJ dlnavlon language. Evening services at
PPJ K p. m., conductefl In tho English lan-
ppi guage. A cordlul Invitation tu all.
DANISH LUTHERAN CHURCH
PPJ First avenue and E street: John Lund.
PPJ pastor. Sunday echool. 10 a. m. Scr-
ppi vlcea at 1.1 a, m. and S p. m.
GERMAN LUTHERAN ST. JOHN'S
PPJ CHURCH. Seventh South and State
PPJ Htrccts William T. Lankow. pastor.
ppB Sunday school at 0:30 n. m. Srvlce at
Ppi 10:30 a m. English hrr'lco at 7:30 p
m. Concordia meets next Tursdav at
ppi 7" 45 p. ra. Tho Ladles Aid society meets
Drs. Zimmerman & Gindrup
DENTISTS. Inc. 234 Main St.
Over Leyson's, next to Royal Caf.
Catlsfled Patlenta "Our Motto"
Gold Crotrna. Z2-K. -T sbt aTV
H Bridge Work. bat ?BO).tlll
Porcelain Crowns. 44V W
B of. Teeth bt J7.00
Gold FlUlncs Sf.50 up
Other FUllnn ......23c. 75c and SI
12 Years' Personal Protective
Free Examination and Advice.
next Wednesday at 2 p. m., with Mrs.
William Redckcr, 1363 South First West
SWEDISH LUTHERAN CHURCH
Second South and Fourth East street;
Erik Florccn, pastor. Sunday school.
10:30 a. m. Sen'lces at S p. m. Meet- 1
lng of the Mission society Thursday even
ing by Invitation of th Rev and Mm.
Floreen. Annual business meeting of the
church. S o'clock Saturday evening. All
these meetings will bo held at tho church
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
corner of South Temple and C utrcots.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Dr. John
L. Roomer of St. Louis will preach both
morning and evening. Evening service
at 7:45 o'clock. Sunday school nt 12:30 p.
m. Young People's meeting Sun
day night at 7 o'clock. Midweek services
on Wednesday evening. Everybody cor
dially Invited to all theso services.
UNITARIAN CHURCH. 13S Second
East street. Fredorlek M. Bennett, min
ister. Servico at 11 a. m. Sermon.
"Sect or Heresy." In the evening at 7:45
o'ctock tho first of a scries of Sunday
evening moetlngs will bo held, at which
the minister will lecturo on "Tho Story
of tho Bab and Bablsm." Tho Sunday
school will moot at 12:15 o'clock. At tho
morning servico Mrs. Stella Angcll
Fletcher, soprano, will bo the eololst, and
Unity quartetto -win sing tho anthem,
"O. Bo Joyful In tho Lord," by Parks.
E. W. Munson. F.T.S., and wife, on
their way to Krotona, tho Theosophlcal
headquarters at Hollywood, Los Angeles,
will stop over In Salt Lako Sunday and
Monday. Sunday night Mr. Munson will
lecture to the Salt Lako branch of the
organization on now developments In
theosophlcal investigation. Mr. Munson
and his wife haye been Interested In the
osophlcal work many years. Tho public
Is Invited to attend hla lecture, which
will bo given In room 315, Tcmploton
ST. PAULS CHURCH, Main and
Fourth South streets. Scrvlcos Sundays
as follows: Holy communion and sor
uton by tho rector, the Rav. W. W. Rcoso,
at 11 o'clock; evening prayer and ad
dress by tho canon of St. Marks ca
thedral. D. K. Johnston, at 8 p. m.: Sun
duy school at 0:45 a. m. All seats froo
xind everybody mado welcome
ST. MARKS CATHEDRAL. 7:30
o'clock, holy communion; 11 o'clock, holy
communion and sermon by tho dean;
1:30 o'clock, evening prayer and address
by Canon Johnston.
Magnificent storeroom, with large aocond floor nns
basement. Reasonable rontal. Very best location in cit t
LMEHESY'S, 276 Main st.l0(
1 GARDNER & ADAMS GO'S
Positively the greatest legitimate price cutting on clothing and furnishings For men and boys ever offered to the people of Salt Lake City, .jj
No job lots, no trash, no closing out stocks. Just our well-known high quality goods, all new and seasonable latest styles, snappiest
patterns, the best your money can buy, at a tremendous slaughtering of prices. To realize the enormity of this sale and its wonderful
values, you must come early to see. It is impossible to enumerate all. It means to you the saving of many dollars. Study our adver- Jk
tising closely. Remember every statement is honest and truthful, and every reduction legitimate. COME EARLY. SAVE ALL YOU CAN. jjr
BEGINS MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 6th, AT 8 O'CLOCK
Children's Suits Nothing Reserved ib Prices Shattered i
Slid OverCOatS ?- Rm Wflll in our suit department (excepting blues yL ill ShlTtS W
Our extensive stock of Suits and Over- KSP kFV and blacks)' JifZttS fMnfoof wnv,nVinfr qiiiw We;,,
coats, which -Salt Lake City mothers WfzjMjSh AU our Suits and 0vercoats of SWmk irStoZ? W
know as distinctive from boys' ordinary ' , f-VJ? 1? I'-i ftf styles, beautiful fabrics, the best of work- MiPWL m feait iKes msiory j,
garments, at these gladsome cutting m'tiKjJ l is$ anship-onr distinctive clothes that iWMmk , Nearly 200 dozen of plaited and plam ,a
prices. (Blacks and blues excepted): &vf Wl ft liM Salt Lake City people know so well-all FflX bosom, and neghgee shirts attached
52.50 values now $1.85 iMW I I llP at these unprecedented reductions. l c"ffs; ,dal". des'ffn aDd rpaMcrasl 80ld Ifi
k: IS1! moo smts ct to , ?,ao m psM
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?4.50 values now, .3.50 f I MM ZZZZZVSm SjW Shii-ts, arched cuffs; they are beauties
$5.00 values now S3.75 O?? U Bf lk'J& U c,u0 ft1lf fft nn Mh,mil and great values. is:t
?6-00 values now UWff W g : -'- OUR SALE PRICE ...65c
$6.50 values now $5.00 s j ) g $30 Suits cut to $2250 ?WWRW A ASSORTMENT of Men's J
conn V i S nW S 1 1-' ?35 Suits cut t0 ?26'50 FSft: W Negligee Shirts; a large range of pat- f i
$8.UU values now .$6.00 IHVC S40 Suits cut to $30.00 1 terns; French cuffs, soft collar to match ! I
$8.50 values now .$6.50 IKi V VlwICfi a I f Voip of f
$10.00 values now $7.50 111 HART, SCHAPFNER & MARX I'ili-M ?atf pmpp fiO I
$12.00 values now $9.00 11 BR ANDE GrEE-KINO AID & 00. ImAM I t"
$13.50 values now $10.00 ROGERS, PEET & CO. rJtfl A BEAUTIFUL ARAY of Mcn's soft $
$15.00 values now $11.00 I IB SAMPECK, Tou can't buy better , I Nee Sloirts, collars attached. Big Jl
SS m Va U6S D0W SJS 1M Clothes". Buy now for all the year. Mfe hm' C1 1R f I
$18.00 values now $13.50 W JH : 1 . Isfeip- S1.50 values cut to $1.15 Si i,
$20.00 values now . $15.00 IB SLIPONS and RAINCOATS ' iil 52.00 values cut to $1.60 i t
Our SAMPECK Clothes MMf' Overcoats are good until May; then again M S2.50 values cut to $1.85 ,
Oare included at these prices ggPSlpPP , next year JinR ' ' -4
with all our other lines. Every gjf rfn V Boys' Shirts and Waists I f
child should have new clothes V OUR TAILORS MAKE PERFECT FIT A 'c.JL J'LiL1 1 1 11 fRF ATI Y REDUCED m
at these prices. copyrijbt Kn schifter & Mrs CERTAINTY. vHi a a ju jl a
DON'T PUT OFF COMING GET FIRST AND BEST CHOICE
I IJofc Irresistible Underwear Cuts
1 JLJ.il i3dLL lAlC-fc50 TU A. Ml Many exceUent lots of fall and winter underwear of-
kJL JLJLJLV ()lir KeDUtatlOIl fered to you at great reductions. Select early. J
MEN'S, BOYS', CHILDREN'S W ULJL Avcpuia laajl
Salt Lake City's largest and most up-to-date stock offered Fnr Fair Dealings Honest garment, $2.50. SALE PRICE $2.00 j
to you at sacrificing prices. The newest, nobbiest, most W7 . f ' Ar , Buff All Wool Mixed Shirt and Drawers, regular price
Btylish ideas, and distinctive styles for particular dressers Statements, Greatest Values per garment, $1.75. SALE PRICE ....-$1.25 J
for your selection at sacrificing prices. Velours, soft and Heavy Blue Cotton ribbed Shirt and Drawers, regular
derby shapes; beavers, eto. TP! TJ TZ'TT Price Per Sar'ment' 51'00' SALE PRICE '75c
I WT r I i V I 1 tt Buff Wool mixed Shirt and Drawers, regular price per
A Biff Lot Of Men's B0VS' and Child lW? XIXVXi. 1 VI garment, $1.00. SALE PRICE 75c
n uig I.UIU1 men 5, DOys ana niiaren S A T Blue Mixed Worsted, Mercerized Union Suits, regular ,
Caps, Values up to $1.50 f M I W W A I J U price, $3.50. sale price $2.50 ;
Odd sizes and patterns, your choice at the unheard-of X JLJLJLwJ 1 1. JLJ JL Salmon Mercerised Union Suits, regular price, $3.00.
price of SALE PRICE $z.uu ,
35ceach-3 for $i.oo You may know that every ZS..!....
COMPELLING SHOE PRICES ISD J0 "SS S :..v '
1 Shoes bought now at these reductions will be a saving SA VINO B A'Jtv (jr A 1 N . Natural Worsted Ribbed Union Suit, regular pnee, $3.50.
for all the year. All leathers, 40 different dressy styles. I SALE PRICE $2.50
$5.00 Shoes cut to $4.35 ZT Tyt t " ' ;
It S" CT 10 ?335 Wonderful Pant Bargains Boys Underwear j
$3.5U Shoes CUt to $2,95 Hoavy Flooccd Union Suit, Tegular price 75c SALE PEIOE . ..5oc 1
$3.00 Shoes cut to ;. $2.65 The largest and most complete assortment of extra pants nocce-Lined shirt and Drawers, regniar prico 25c Sle price .20c j
$8.50 Boots cut to ... .'. ... $7 45 in Utah now at your mercy at extraordinary reductions t0 -rr,: 0 Pnlnro Ttti
$8.00 Boots cut to ' $6 95 in prices. OargaillS aiOFe 11 .
$7.00 Boots cut to : $5.95 If you are a man you know how badly you need extra iongttal5r oiove" rk' U"Cd U,lUn0d' ffavntlcts aml W'St
$6,00 Boots cut to S4 9o pants, at work, or to make that every-day suit last three outing Flannel Night Shirt3 aud Pajamas. !
?5.00 Boote ont to ' Z Z'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. sis5 or four months longer. SX? the W ?lX ttS I
j BIG CUTS IN BOYS' SHOES Now Is Your Opportunity . . j
Ap A T TTTIVT to you is that you do not put off buying, but buy now. The sooner the better for you,
J. J I XvJ since the first in will get the first choice and pick of the lots. We've such won-
I derfully real bargains, and we want you to take advantage of them, so come early.
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