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ij Sunday Services in
j Salt Lake Churches
H;- CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL SERVICES EXTENDED TO ALL
V ? Lutheran.
k SgBKMAN- LUTHERAN ST. JOHN'S
M CHURCH. Seventh South and State
1 itreets. William J. Lankow, pastor. Sun-
Say school at 9:30 a. m. Service at 10:30
Z m- Concordia meets next Tuesday at
i :5 p. m The Ladles Aid society meets
$ ifixt Friday at 2 p. m. with aire. Andrew
i burner, II Sperry avenue,
y j'SWEDISH LUTHERAN CKUROH,
ij orner Second South and Fourth East
'S treats. Erlck Floreen. pastor. Sunday
M bhool at 10:30 a, m. Services at 8 p. m.
ffeetlng of the Ladles Aid society Thurs-
? y afternoon at the home of lire. Oscar
l Lnderson, 419 Galena street.
A FANISH LUTHERAN CHURCH, cor-
Hl for First avenue and E 6treet; John
H and, pastor- Sunday school, 10 a, m..
i'l ervlces, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Young
'eople's meeting-, Tuesday evenlns at S
1ST -PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
r of South Temple and C streets.
:hlnsr by Pr. R. M. Stevenson. Morn
ervica at 11 o'clock; Bubject, "What
c Ye of Christ?" Evening1 service
iS o'clock: subject, "With Christ in
Voyage; In the Pleasure Boat; In
Marriage Boat; In the Business
" Sunday school at 13:B0 p. m.
g people's meeting Sunday night at
ock. Midweek services on Wednes
venlng at S o'clock. Everybody cor
lnvlted to all these services.
RD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
r Eleventh South and Eleventh East
s. Frank O. Leonard, pastor
ng service of worship and preach
t 11 o'clock: subject, "The Atone
for Sinners." Sunday school, 12:15.
venlng service. The young people
visit the Phillips Congregational
Man Endeavor meeting. A hearty
mo to all.
ST SliBTHODIST EPISCOPAL
IURCH Francis Burgetto Short, pas
r. Preaching, 10:45 a. m.; subject.
Sain and Abel a Contrast" Sunday
i hool, 12:15; Alexander E. Bberhardt,
perlntendent. Evening service, 7:S0.
clal music and an address by Dr.
j lomas Nicholson, secretary of the
:'. ard of education of the Methodist
' ilscopal church.
LIBERTY PARK METHODIST EPIS
I; PAL CHURCH, corner Eighth East
a Ninth South streets. The Rev. D.
, Carter, S3S" Chase avenue, pastor,
nday school at 10 a. m.; H. C. Scott,
perintendent. Preaching at 11 o'clock
..the Rev. H. J. Talbot, cuperlntend-
t Utah missions. Class meeting at 12
- on, led by the Rev. D. B. Scott. Ep
irth league at 6:S0 p. m., followed by
m eachlng at 7:30 p. m. At this" service
Wh 8 niff Methodist congregation will unite
..' ih the Liberty Park, 'and their pastor,
t Rev. Ransom P. Nlohols, Will preach.
'l dweek prayer service "Wednesday
wring at 6:30 p. m. This chnrch' e-x-i
job a glad hand to all strangers and
LEFF METHODIST CHTTRCH Ran-
k n P. Nichols, pastor, residence 1SG I
et. 5:45 a. m;. Sunday school; C. L.
W. bson. superintendent. 11 a. ni.,
ft pachlag by Dr. Thomas Nicholson, sec
Tq ary of the board of education of the
t,1 thodlEt Episcopal church. The even
i$ f services are omitted to attend union
S fWol 'services Sn the Liberty Park
l thodlst church.
ECOND IETHODTST EPISCOPAL
jsl URCH. corner of Fourth East and
ffi ena streets. M. Thomas, pastor. Sun
f school, 10 a. m.; F. A. Kcyworth,
w erlntendent- Epworth league 6"-45 p.
A l Preaching service, 7:30. Prayer
X sting on Wednesday evening at 7:30
. J ock. Everybody welcome.
M CEATH METHODIST EPISCOPAL,
S$shsayB; "I am troubled with a
.'tant headache which also affects my
. My breath Is awful, as I havo a
-.gBtecase of catarrh of the head and
'iH?llwor: receive dally hundreds of
xtBjr from people who havo suffered as
iSKfio and who have been cured with
following prescription: Make a wash
. nfcl,.'lng one-half teaspoonful of Vilanc
.'er, which you can purchase from
. 'jHlruggist in 2 02. packages, and add
"i'Hb one Dint of warm water; use this
iffiflfct nostrils dally to thoroughly cleanao
A catarrh balm should be used
. 8-thls. This is made by ml:;lng one
.oonful of "Vllanij powder with one i
'w. of lard or vaseline a-nd apply
aBtP nto e nostrils twice a. day.
cvwBrB Is used daily your catarrh will
,yanlsh. It should, however, be used
",HilonaJly to prevent a return of th
. SBy.G-" writes; "If you know of any
:imt that will cure dandruff, itching
IBand premature baldness, please let
!For several years f havo pre
in -yellow mlnyol as supurlor
I known for the treatment of
alp. Get it in four-ounce Jars
i'ectlons. 11 quickly overcomes
3 of hair and scalp and gives
and Intense natural color to
Fry it fairly and you will afl
use for your friends.
" writes: "I am constantly
id becauso of the. fact of my
ilnness. I have absolutely no
y face or Hpb, and r am dull
s most of the time. Please
what to do."
"If you are so thin a;id pale
Ips and cheeks colorless, It Is
our blood is deficient In red
This can be easily overcome
s of three-grain hypo-nuclane
ilch can b had from any drug
led carton with full directions
. When tha blood Is enriched
J of these tablets your weight
-se, the color win come back
face and IIds. and It win lm
f general system so that you
10 strong and healthy,
writes; "I suffor with rheuma
ie time, and I shall be very
si can tell mo Komcthlng to
I can give you a prescription
not only rdlevo. but will cure
matism. This . lb my favorite
nd from the number of letters
rom people who have used It
value In curing rheumatism,
vlng is made by ml::lng well,
teaspoonful at meal tlmee and
re retiring: Comp. essence car-
; comp. fluid balmwort, oz.
saparllla comp., 5 oc.; iodide
um. , drams; wine of colchl-
CHUROH, near corner of Third South
and Eighth West streets.M. Thomas,
pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Donald
Colclough, superintendent Preaching
services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. A.
F. Keyworth has charge of evening serv
ice. Prayer meeting on Thursday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. A cordial Invita
tion Je extended to all.
LMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Fourth East and Second South streets.
Louis S. Bowerman. D. D., minister.
Hours of worship. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m.
Morning subject, "The Way of Cain."
Evening, "Shall Capital Punishment Be
Abolished?" Bible school at 12:20 noon.
F. J. Lucas, superintendent. Young
People's moetlng at 6:30 p. m. Mid
week prayer and social service, Wed
nesday evening. Workers' conference at
7;15. Prayer and testimony at $ o'clock.
You aro cordially invited to all of these
RIO GRANDE BAPTIST CHURCH,
Second South near Ninth West B.
F. Bronson, minister. Frieda A. Dressel.
missionary. H. H. Holmberg, Blblo school
superintendent. Blblo school at 10;15.
sharp. Morning worship at 11:15.
B. P. U., G:30, In the eveplns: service at
7:S0, This meeting will be the beginning
of a series of special services in which
the pastor will be assisted from time to
time by Mrs. E. E. Shopard and B. G.
Caster and his class from the Y. M. C A.
Come Sunday evening and as many other
evenings as possible. Everybody wel
come to these meetings.
LINCOLN STREET BAPTIST CHAP
EL, corner Lincoln street and Ninth
South etrect. Rev. W. B. Stewart, pas
tor. Services: Sunday school at 10:30 a.
m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:45 p. m. Preaching
service at 7:30 p. m. Prayer service,
Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH. 657
South State street John A. Llndberg,
pastor. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Special service at 10:30 a. m.. when Mrs.
Ellltson, missionary from northern India,
will speak. Preaching servlco at 7:15 p.
m. Prayer meeting Thursday at S p. in.
CHURCH, corner Fourth East and First
South streets. The Rev. Elmer I. Go
shen, pastor. Morning servlco at 11
P II X (L L I B S CONGREGATUOINAL
church, Fifth South and -Seventh East;
Rev. P. A. Slmpkin. pastor. Services this
day at 11 and 7:45, with sermons by
pastor; special servlco in the ovenlng for
young people, with musk by tho high
school cniartetto; Sunday school at 12:30;
C E. at 6:30. Cordial welcome to all
worshlpors at theso services.
.UNITARIAN CHURCH, 13S Second
East street. Frederick M. Bonnett. min
ister. Service at 11 a, m. Sermon.
"Who Is the Dieamer?" .Miss Lillian
Phelps will be tho soloist. Unitv quar
tette will sing "TI19 Pilgrims' Chorus."
Tho Sunday school will meet at 12:15
At 7:15 p. m In the lower room, there
will be an open discussion of "Tho Di
vorce Problem," led by Burton A. Cuni
minge. All cordially Invited to these
Subject Sunday Hermon, "Truth."
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIEN
TIST, 336 East Third South street. Sun
day services. 11 a. in. and 8 p. rn.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. The
Wednesday ovenlng services are held
at S o'clock.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCI
ENTIST, Consolidated Music hall. 15
East First South street; Sunday sorv-
BY DR. L5W1S BAKER.
The questions answered below are gen.
eral In character, the symptoms or dis
eases are given and the answers will ap
ply to any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice free, may
address Dr Lewis Baker, College Bldg.,
College-Elwood Sts., Dayton, O,, enclosing
telf-addreesed stamped envejopo for re
ply. Full namo and address must be giv
en, but only Initials or fictitious name will
be used in my answers. The prescrip
tions can bo filled at any well-stocked
drug store. Any druggist can order of
crum, one-half ounce; eodlum salicylate,
"Morris" asks; "I have suffered with
a chronic cough for almost a year, and
catch a fresh cold every few weeks,
2Cothlng the doctor gives me helps, bo I
write to you."
Answer: You need a thorough laxative
cough symp, one that not only relieves,
but surely drives It frpm tho system.
The following regularly used wli cure
any curable cough or cold promptly. Ob
tain a 21 03. bottlo of essence mentho
lasqnc, Jnl" it with a homo mado sugar
syrup or honey aa per directions on bot
"Anxious B." writes: "I havo in recent
years been threatened with appondicltls,
but would never consent to an operation,
Indigestion, constipation and sedentary
habits' cause mo much suffering. Klndlv
presoribe for dyspepsia something which
you think will cure mo and prevent ap
pendicitis." Answer: The most scientific and satis
fying treatment for 3'our trouble Is tab
lets triopeptlno; packed pink, white and
blue in sealed cartons with full directions'
All 6tomach disorders can bo conquered
by regular treatment.
"Nervous M." writes; "Loss of sleep,
nervousness, loss of appetite and over
work has made almost a complete wreck
of me. I have to work, but can tscarcoly
druir ono foot after thn other. Vp:ix:
drag ono foot after tho other. Please
Answer: Tho condition you describe Is
prevalent especially with brain workers.
Usu the following: Compound syrup of
hj'paphoBphltes. c ozs.; tincture cado
mcne. 1 oz. Ml:c. shake well and take
a teaspoonful before meals.
Farmer's Wife asks: "Will you please
tell mc how to overcome bbesjty?"
AnBwcr; Obesity Is burdensome. Ex
cessive fat on the human body 1k un
natural ;uid frequently results seriously.
Tho best and safest method to reduce
is to take regularly 5-graln arbolune tab
lets. They aro put up In sealed tubes
with directions for home ure, and anv
well Blocked druggist can supply them".
"Sara C." writes: am uonstlpaled
:nd have h greasy okln. suiter from
headache, indigestion owl e;6me kidney
trouble. 1 wish you to recommend a
Answer: The best remedy to relieve
and cure chronic constipation Is called
three-grain sulpherb tablets, mndo from
sulphur, cream of tartar and herb medi
cines. Taken regularly, the blood is purl
fled, the bowels and liver stimulated into
healthy action apd a cure established.
They are packed In sealed tubes with
full directions. These tablets aro splen
did for children, he thev 0 not grlno
or sicken. c '
fe v V
"Mamma."! know of nothing better
Tor bed-wetting than: 1 drojn of tinc
ture cubebs. 2 drams of tincture rhus
aromatic and 1 or. comp. fluid balmwort.
Mix. The dose is 10 to 15 drops in water
ono hour before meals, Send $1.00 for
Dr. Bakeris Book on Health arid Beauty.
Gei Hid of
Stuart's Calcium Wafers Are Wonder
Workers in Every Variety of
Many people havo been heard to say 1
that they used creams and lotions for ;
year5 without effect, yet after five or 1
six days of Stuart's "Calcium Wafers j
their completions were perfectly clear.
"Stuart's Calcium Wafers Are Simply
Grand tL Remove Pimples and all
It's easy to understand why. Creams
and lotions only efc afc the surface,
while Stuart's Calcium Wafers 20 right
into the blood and instead of a slug
gish deposit in the skin the impurities
that causo skin diseases are destroyed
in the perspiration that is exhaled
through the "pores in the form of invis
ible vapor. You'll never have a good
complexion without pure blood, but
you positively will have a fine, beauti
ful complexion if you use Stuart's Cal
They contain ,uo poisonous drug of
any land, are perfectly harmless and
can be taken with absolute freedom,
and they work almost like magic. Cal
cium Sulphido, thoir principal ingredi
ent, is the greatest blood-cleanser
known to science.
No matter how bad yonr skin may bo,
Stuart's Calcium Wafers will quickly
work wonders with it. It's good-byo to
blackheads, pimples, acne, boils, rash,
eczema and a dirty "filled-up" com
plexion. You can get a box of Stuart's
Oalcium Wafers at any druq 6tore at
50 cents a box, and ybu will bo posi
tively delighted with' their wonderful
ices, 11 a. m. Sunday achool. 9:45
a. m. Wednesday evening services, 8
o'clock. All are welcome to these church
Free reading rooms In the Walker
3ank building, Main and Second South
streets, where Christian Science litera
ture may be obtained.
Swedish. Frco Church.
SWEDISH EVANGELICAL FR1DE
CHURCH. 734 South Seventh East
street The Rev. E. Thorell, pastor. Sun
day morning service and Sunday school
at 10r30 o'clock. Preaching at 7:30 p. ni.
Midweek service Wednesday evening.
THE CENTRAL CHRISTIAN
CHURCH, corner Fourth South and Third
East streets. Charles R. Neel, pastor.
Residence, 267 East Fourth South street
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and S p. m.
Morning eermon, "Tho First Sin." Night,
fourth lecture on "The LIfo of Christ,"
with stereoptlcon views. Bible school at
10 a. m. Chrlstla.n Endeavor at 6:30 p.
m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night.
Special services will bo held a-t the
Salvation Army hall, conducted by Adju
tant Anna . (Ness) Ellertson. from India.
This lady Is of Swedish birth and has
spent the past seven years in northern
India; was converted In the Swedish
mission in Denver, and is visiting her
relatives. She will be dressed in the
Hindoo costume. On Sunday at 11 a.
m. she will preach in the Swedish Bap
tist church. South State street; at 4 p.
m., in the Salvation Army hall, IK'J East
Second South street, and at S p. m. there
will be a welcome meeting for Major
Percy Morton of Minneapolis, who will
be Installed Into tho duties of having
charge of tho industrial department of
the Army work in this city, Erigadler
Alex McMillan of Denver officiating.
The Salt Lake branch of tho Theo
eophical Society will devote tha time
Supdav night in a study of "Esoteric
Christianity." The time will bo spent
In showing that Ch.rictla.nlty originally
had Its esoteric side, aa well as its
exoteric. Monday night tho class for
strangers to theosophy will convene, at
which tlmo only the elementary subjects
will be touched upon. Wednesday night
tho local branch holds Its regular meet
ing. All meetings held at room lilo, Tejn
ploton building. Tho public Is Invited.
Y. W. O. A.
Y. W. C. A- vesper muslcalo this after
noon at 5 o'clock, Continental bank build
ST. MARK'S CATHEDRAL. First
South between Secona and Third East;
lit. Rev. IF. S. Spalding, bishop; Very
Rev. S. R. Colladay, dean: Rev. D. K.
Johnston, canon. Holy communion, 7:30
a. m. ; Sunday school, 9;4C a, in.; morn
ing prayer with sermon by Canon John
ston. 11 a, m.; adult Bible clasp. l'J:15
p. m.; ovenlng prayor and address, -1:30.
ST, JOHN'S CHAPEL, Ninth East and
Logan avenue. Sunday school, 10 a. in.;
morning prayer. 11.
ST. PETERS'S CHAPEL. 657 North
Second West Sunday school, 9:45 a, m.;
evening prayer, 7:80.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, corner Main
and Fouth South streets. Services Sun
day as follows: Holy communion at 8
a. m.; morning prayer and sermon' by
the rector, Rev. Ward W. Reese, at 11
o'clock; evening prayer and address at S
S o'clock: Sunday 3chool at 9; 15 a. m. f
Tho subject of the morning sermon will E
bo "Child Labor." All seats aro frco a.nd E
everybody made welcome. 1
' yiSITING CITY
The Rev. Dr. Nicholson, of the
Melhodisf; Church, Inspect
ing School "Work.
The Rev. Dr. Thomas Nicholson, the jf
corresponding secretary of tho board of
education of tho Methodist Episcopal
church, whoso olficc ic in ITew York
city, arrived in Salt Lake City last
Dr. Nicholson jo visiting the west in
Hpccling the educational work of the
church, aud acquainting himself with
conditions iu' the various institutions of
learning under its patronage. He js
ono of the able and growing younger
men of his denomination, who ha3 iu
recent years come into prominent lead
ership. Ho is distinguished for breadth, of
view, scholarship and executive ability.
Ho is a public spoakor of vivacity and
Dr. Nicholson will remain in tho city
over Sunday. He will preach at UiiY
church, corner oj; First South and Ninth
East, this morning at 11 o'clock. At
7:30 in the evening he will deliver a
lecture at the First Methodist church,
corner of Second East and Second
Soutb. Monday morning he will go to
Price to visit the Prico academy. la
IgpT 27e toilet Goods and Notion Sale Continues Monday and Tuesday I I
Toilet Articles fSf JUs k9A Notions II
50c Isabel Pace Powder ..15c JF 0 M f M Jmm Mr JFmSm 5c Iilwari's Needles 3C I
50c Diana Face Powder 25c WW M mjfWMJ W&JF 5c Silk Mnisk Darning Cotton 3c I
75c Pivers Toilet Water 69c jlTjWl.i,, fr 10li Featherbone at 5C 1
50c Canthros 33c iW" 'viyl 5c Cabinet Hairpins 3c
10c Peroxide ....6c Bone Hairpins, package 10c I
(We are never undersold). The Huh of the Shopping District CThese onlr a few items- 1
1 JVeii; Low Price Records in Our Suit DepL 1 1
I Women's Suits ijK Velvet and Corduroy Dresses 1 I
I Tailored suits made of choice all-wool goods,
xlill V2 PRICE 1 1
I in mixtures and solid colors, black, brown, f r-f-JKSw ifiti1 i ne Pece velve and corduroy dresses, in I jH
I taupe and a few navy blues, trimmed th j&k mmtmk "black, navy blue and brown; prices $32.50, I
I braid and velvet, coats lined with Skinner sat- f4wJmmMmmmk J 'Kfl'00 1LJ17'' m fr i
1 - x m j i . , L-2Im&v W mr uVoetlSSi $20.00: $4o.OO for $22.50. 1
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J S're &r$29'5blaok aDd yalU68 10 WW ffiB Serge Suits ' I I
Wom , , 7 n W . price I
yk O lL imfflft Ladies' white serge and eponge suits, cut-
Values to$2000 - - ?Ptr JIBII 1 W -3-way and straight front, coat trimmed with
I IbS! j ffl braid and velvet cuffs and collar; $50.00 for a,
One piece dresses, in gray, navy blue and W v H $25.00, $39.75 for $19.38, $25.00 for $12.50. H
I black, satin and velvet combination and all Ml -I tjl '
satia; 2Q.OO valiies, for W ' M 1 H MW BlOUSGS
Skirt Special 111 Vnderpriced .
Jl "iiwl tl III Norfolk middy blouses iu all sizes from 16' i jH
, 'l jjfM ;i hB years up; white linen, and galatea cloth
Ladies' separate skirts, in dark and light gray ' IggjiLMji' trimmed with navy blue linen bands and col-
mixtures, special, $4.95. rjL lar, special, 79c.
1 H KYnHBgjjSpSBa BilBBH a big values in various kinds of Sanitary Bedding, standard qualities. Com- J
I BIB 1 llMifcPtljtl ranBilW mencing Monday, at special prices. Sale continues all week if quantities last.
I Ifiyl j lllBIB lws Pillow Cases I I
I SfflPIJ HWBBB AH filled witk sanitary feathersand' ISc 45x36 Hemmed Pillow Cases, sp.e- J
I m BJ' llS SFeather Pillows, special 89c each 20c-45x36 Hemmed Pillow Cases, spc- H
I lmlKrsr-A V BIllHflB ,1,75 Feather Pillows, special $1.12 cial loc each.
I B m A Ml, M HP'"WH eacu- 72x90 regular 75c Hemmed Sheets, spe-
V ml R. $2.75 Feather Pillows, special, $1.75 ggc 1
I M li I Vl T $3'75 " Featl1 pmws (Emmerich 8ls90 regular 85c Hemmed Sheets, spe- 1
I 3I W ILIShP $1.50 Bed Spreads CUT CORNER J $2.25 Bed Spreads J H
j mmi'W 12Each SPREADS $1.65 Each 1
1 W crochet bed fcalfoped end bea3' White crochet bed H
I M II I spreads, large size, heavy Regular $3.50 croche cut spreads, heavy quality, 1
I II I quality, regular $1.50 J5e?6a1edBpea4s, special hemmed and ready for g H
UJjlf II I Ui values, special, $L12 Benlar $5.S5 satin finish use. Regular $2.25 val- I
j yJlJI I each. sTMt3' ues, special $1.65 each. 1
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i aj31 ou ure now a Patr011 of our shoe department we especially invite you to test our shoe3 I
J 'Hw ting at this time.
A Few Suggestions of the Wonderful Values I I
In Our Economy Basement I
I Women's suits, valines up to $25.00, in
serges, tweeds and novelty stripes, strict
ly tailored, your choice of the entire lot,
Long coats, values up to $18.75, your
"Misses' and children's coats, values to
I $10.00, in blues and reds, your choice,
$18.75 serge dresses, nicely trimmed,
in wool serges, your choice, $9.75.
Silk petticoats, values to $10.00, your
Ladies' kimonos, values to $3.00, in
serpentino crepe and flannelette, nicely
trimmed with silk, your choice, $1.50.
Ladies' lisle hose, 25c value, in black
and tan, extra length, your choice, pair,
Men's lisle hose, 25c value, in blaok
and tan, all-linen heel and toe, with elas
tic tops, your choice, pair, 120;
Ladies' knit shirts and pants, 75c val
ue, fleeced lined, set snug, and ladies'
knit union suits, lace trimmed and tight
knee, your choice of the entire lot, each
33,e i, i mum ii ii l .
Ladies' lingerie shirt waists, $2.50 val- I
tie, some trimmed with Val. Irish lace 1
insertion, embroidered, of good quality I
lingerie, marquisette, your choice, 98c. 1
Ladies' house dresses, $1.25 value, in I
blues, grays and lights, all made of good
quality percales, nicely trimmed, good I
fitters, your choice, 65c. 1
7YoQ American prints, best prints on I
the market, in blues, grays and lights,
your choice, per yard, 4c.
lIuslins, nainsooks, Persian lawns, 36 1
inches wide, good values at 15c, in 1 to 1 JA
6-yard lengths, your choice, per yard, 5c