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6,000 Salt Lake
id See Every
Exhibition. rom Pago One.)
of thorn. Thoy in
;s as cup?, sweaters,
broJIns and the- like,
ore found yesterday,
)cen romarkably froo
and of petty thieves
irs of such affairs,
, was one of the most
5 with tho young
tho giant fourteen
. elaborate!' dressed
10 lias made the an
night from the arona
big stilts in front of
great crowd of ehil
gathered around to
Bennett has made a
lir as ringmaster and
i has mado a rcputa
al almost all of the
nivals in the United
Ider county tlay and
!iy of the fulr. Box
nts are always among
porters of atato fairs
hat they will bo down
day. Tliose In charge
unty exhibit wero dls
y illd not win the
ir county exhibits thlH
imo" losers and de
rcturn next year with
isitlvcly could not be
;r county in Utah,
wild west sliow last
pular part of tho coll
;ht Two bulls, each
1 his neck In which a
fastened, wero turned
All comers worc cor
t the money. Several
the feat, one suc
hold of one of tho
1 a mad raco around
roars of laughter, but
be tho best Hprlntcr
finally let go. Ono
cceeded In landing a
sslstanoo of his part
tens. The other bull
2tIon In the coliseum
Bomo spirited bidding
of A. G. Aclncy of
under tho hnmmcr.
1 bull, 11 months old,
young bull was pur
I'aylor. C. F. Dixon
iut decided that J360
inch. There wero a
irds and Jerseys sold
y" show will bo the
f today's progmmme.
itrants had boon filed
.iid the fair manage
today. It was orlg
start tho show at 3
ount of Its popularity
iccesanry to begin the
c. Tt will bo held on
ollseum. Any mother
y enter babies. There
ifleld will not be able
nan of Judges and Dr.
will net In this ca
judges will bo Mrs.
. Mrs. Ira B. Travis,
wson and Irs. Louise
babies must ho be
12 and 3G months,
atractlons will also be
lay. Thousands of con
rc arriving by every
hotels are turning peo
:lty Is filling with out
rapldly that tho fair
JUIng for a rccord
meed, iloted their work yes
iy all I ho awards will
rhe awnrd3 announced
I. 2 mm or over-First,
trador 2 7ore-Kir5U John
. any aK-Flrat, John II.
" or hrlfer, a ywrs or
lfr. unW 3 yfars-Flrst.
or heifer. nr asf KInt,
in If. SlT.
"!conl ana third. John 11.
tond nd 'thlnl. John H.
her aar. cot or ono ilro
John II. Stelr.
I'm, IktA k lln,r prodim of w cow
JdJKJn II.' 8ly Dr'i ,eoud- tn,rxl n,,d
-jBttttJ "o-I-'Iral. Will Il-snn: sreonfl,
'i:tn?r i?ifT ,-ral, Will llcnn.
wior yirlloE-rlrt ana tcconJ. Will
""p fonr fomsW-Pirst. WlllUm a
Setly. 1"F,n,t C . Annr: :ond.
f' nr K-Fltrt fttid second, John H.
52l lw3 ihn four Flmt,
S-lr r,-Fln,t- C- Adnrr; second,
Hit "'Drtnimt c
"Hliiou. Mi ovr-.Flmt, sreonfl and third.
-f n11 " 5.d C 2 ri m t . coolly Pelorfon
liltab ui n ,Ulrrt. W. S. Unison.
'"Ur'r! ' yFlrct. second and
illr Ttun '-P'ft. second nd
UmbV m0J Bh"P '
Co. nnt iwond. Quotlr Peter
fep Co, ' nr S-nrr.t, Quolly Poter-
knT fKtrint. Quelly Prleron.
. J Jtan . . Cl 2.
' AIlwTco. w-Klrst. rscond nd third.
fHafc"n?JL 0Trr-I''ft, wcond and third.
f4Uto t"Hfr"Flrs, second and third
fftbAUwei n y-l'lnl. cconI and
I , D-Flrat ,n(J Mondi J K Aou A
AnonV'-"'"1' - Ulrd.'j. R.
iira,mp.o Umh. .y .Flnt, J( R An ft
DCh-n.ploB ow. y .Knti j, R A,Un A
J. "S 'mJ??c novor-nr.t. ,(cond and third.
j. - tMrd.
ti.KVRfTn.nuiKr :-F,rat- ai
JFRP ATn'nU1 -oad
Hroa." f "n,b"-Flrl " ond. J..R. Alien i
Flock-Plm, J. TU Alltn ft Bro..
. Claa a.
Champion ram. any Kfr-Second. J. n. Allrn
nChnmPlon ew, any nnMi j. R Aen &
HKlnch" n' """t n1 ""1. Knot-
ihiS,KnU;"ptXhu.nder -F,,, i"d
lln'T'nnJh" Rn'1 ovor,lr,l nn'1 "Qn'. Knol-
KnoUIn T Kinch.,Cr 1 "'"l "
Kmn'T Fff 1 "ar-K1"'- n1 third.
Finch r Ura,rit and jecond. Knollln tz
Finch lnmb,-Flrrt nl eecond. Knollln &
Champion lamb, any age-KnolIln Finch.
Champion ewe. any ap? Knollln & Finch.
Ram. 2 onr and over Klmt. J. Nabnker &
Ram, lw ami undar : J. Nehekor gono.
Rnm lamb under 1 year First and second J.
Nrhokor & Pons.
Kwp. 2 years or over First. J. Nnholic.r &. Soim.
Cwo. 1 year or over Flmt and second, J. Neb
elter & Sons.
Hwo lamb under 1 year Flrat, J. XebfUer fc
Pen of Iambs J. Nrhlter & Sons.
Floelc First. J. Xebcker tr. Sons.
Chump on rnm, any aKe J. Nobeker t Sonii.
Champion ewe, any anc J Ncbeker i Sous.
Buck. 2 years and orrr rirst. John McCoy.
Buck nndrr 2 years John McCoy.
Hoe: 2 yearn or over John McCoy.
Doc under 2 years J. McCoy.
Best nerd, not less than ftv, any bro John Mc
r;. Clana IS.
Bed English pouters First and second. Clyde
Whit Enslleh pouters First and second, CTydo
White English pouters First and necotid, Clyde
Red English pouters First and second, Clyde
Black, blue- silver, red, yellow, etc.. pl(n
pouter cock First. Charles White; second and
third. Grant White: fourth, Charles White.
Blaok, blue, silver, red. yellow, etc. plcmy
pouter cock First and second. Charlen White;
third and fourth, Grant White.
Black, blue, silver, red. yellow, olc. plcmy
pouter youngsters First and second. Grant White
Black, red. yellow, white, etc.. Jacobin cock
First, Milton Baekman.
While, black, blue, red. yellow, fantoll cock
Flrnt, Milton Baekman.
"White, black, blue, red, yellow fantall hen
First. Milton Baekman
While, black, blue, yellow, fantall youncMers
English owl First, Price Wllley.
Pen old drnpoons First, second, third and
fourth, Euccne Ltvlnpston.
Bushel fall wheat First, Juab county: second,
N M Hamilton.
Bushel Turkoy red wheat First. Juab county.
Bunhel rprlnc wheat First, "William Wright:
rccond, Juab county.
Buahol blue barley First, Sharp Iand Fruit
Co.; second, Juab county.
Bushel -white club barley First. William
Wright; second, Porter-Walton Co.
Bushel oatn. Swedish select First, William
"Wricht: second. Porter-Walton Co.
Bushel rye First, Juab county; second, Porter
Walton. Bushel yellow dent corn Flmt, Sharp Land &
Fruit Co.; eecond, T A. Greenwood.
Bushel white flint corn First, H. P. Holm;
reeoml. Sharp Land Co.
Half biushd ewrct everprccn com First, l.
Faytor; second, M. P Holm.
Half bushel pop corn, white rice First, N P.
Finest quality and rosiest variety of crain and
ETsxs in oheaTca First, William Wrlnht.
Bushel white oats First, William WrlRht.
PRODOCE, SEEDS, ETC.
Twenty-five pounds yellow cornmeal First,
Twenty-flvo pounds red clover seed First, Porter-Walton.
Twcnty-flvo pounds timothy seed First, Porter
Walton. Twenty-llvo pounds luccrn or alfalfa First,
Juab county: second. Torter-Walton.
Tuonty-flvo pounds alfalfa teed First, Juab
Dc-.eret News Special.
Twenty-five pounds dried sweet corn for tablo
use First, L-. G. Atkinson.
Display and variety of OUh-Krown scd First.
Porter-Walton; second. William Wrlnht.
Molaues I-lrst. William Wrlcht.
Twonty-tlvo pounds yellow tlobn onion seed
Dlaplty broom com First, William Wrlpnt.
Bushel extra early six weeks rirsL Torter
Walton. Bushol biles triumph First. rorter-Watton.
Bunhel quick meal First, Porter-Waltoa.
Burhol early Ohio First, Louis Faytor: second,
Bushel early rose First, Porter-Walton; second,
N. P. Holm. ....
Buchel early bovce Flrat, Porter-Walton.
Bushel early Eureka First, N. P. Holm.
Biiahel Irish cohblcr First. rorler-alton; rec
ond, A S. Rollo.
Bushel Krwlsn Bagley First. Torter-Walton.
Bushel whlto rore HrsU, Porter-Walton.
Bushol early Puritan First, Porter-Walton.
Bushel peerless First, Porter-Walton.
Bushel rural New Yorkers First, A. S. Rollo.
Bushel carmen No. 1-Flrst, Porter-Walton: sec
ond, Louis Faytor
BuRhel Delaware First. Porter-Walton.
Display peppors First. Portcr-Wnlton; second.
Display of cucumbers First. N. V. Holm; ec
ond. A. 8. Rollo.
Display of watermelons First. Porter-Walton;
teeond. William Wright.
Display of cltronB First, L. Faytor: eecond.
dltplay f cantaloupes First, Heber Swauner;
second. L. Faytor.
Display of egc plants First, Porter-Walton;
necond, llebor flwanner.
Display of kohl rabl First. A. S. Rollo.
Display of tomatoes First, James Klnc; socond.
Display of asparagus First, N. P. Hnlra; sec
ond. L. Fayter.
Display of celery-First, rorter Walton.
Display of yellow or wax beans First. A. S.
Rollo; accond; U Fayter.
Five pounds hops First, William Wrlcht: sec
ond, A. S. Rollo.
Doz-n horse mddlsh First L. Farter.
Bushel turnips tirn. i-unoi
ND(ennpanInlps-Flrat. I. Fayter: second. For-
tPE)Silbitnof farm and r.rdn products raised by
one penion-FlrsU William WrlRht; second. L.
Foyter; third. A. S. Rollo.
OK'ln Itvcnlng Standard Special.
Exhibit of farm and rnrden produce First. Wil
liam Wrlnht- , ... .
Halt busliel brown onions First n. F. Kor-
bUHalf bushol plckllnt-Flrsl. Heber Swanner;
r,ocond. Porter-Walton. , ,
Irceel and best display one-half bushel of
each variety First. Porter-Walton: second. A. S.
"tIiw heads dnimhead-Flrst. N. P- Holm: sec
ond. Porter-Walton, t,-
Thre heads wlnnlnRttadt-Flrst, Porter-Walton:
Three heads flat DuUih First. N. T. Holm;
second, Portnr-Walton, ,T,m.
Thrro hcd9 reil cabbaRe First. N. P. Holm,
"Tluie UhrF.lrtTlCJersey Vefield-Flr.t. Torter
Walton; tecond. L. Fayter. Tw.r
Tlueo hcido Danish baldheads First. Porter
Walton; second, N. P. Holm.
Mrgeat and best display of etbace n1 iuH-flower-Flmt,
Porter-Walton; second. N. r. Holm.
Dlspir cauliflower-First, Porter-Walton; aec-
0nDljpVarSoMlc0d rqussh-First. T. F. Greenwood:
,PD..pia;S'SPmner-Flrst. N, P. Holmt aona.
DlJIlay1Hubl.ard-Flrst. N. P. nolm! sonrt.
Display pumpltln-Flrsl. L. Fayter.
Rallcy Pons Srclal.
General display of vccelables-Flrst. N. P. Holm.
Display rhubarb-Flrat. Porter-Walton; second.
JaDMaIy,"'iettuco-Flrst, Porter-Walton; s.cond,
A'DIrplafy0,radlshe-Flrat, N. P. Holm; second. A.
"plar of not herbi-Flrst. William Wrlcht:
Bftcond, U Fayter.
Bushel cold colli Flrxl. N. P. Holm.
Uuahel Pwrl barley-First, H. J. CannonI
0nHlBhVttPnrorrnB0,,tmsliel of potatom-Flrst. Por-
."one"" slobo'red bects-tlrst. IauI Taylor:
locoud. N. P. Holm.
I One iluten long red-First. Louis r''r.
I Ouo doen lone innnsle wurrel-Flrat, N P.
Holm; ssionil. Iuls Fayter.
One dojen Rlobe mantle wuriel First. Porter
waltoa. second, L. Fayter.
One doien Unkard mangle wuriel First. N. P.
Holm: second. L. Fayter.
One doijsn one-half suar mangle wuriel First,
Porter-Walton: second. N. P. Holm.
One doien sugar beU First, N. p. Holm; sec
ond, L. Fayter.
One dorea lona; orance rlrat, L. Fayter; sec
ond. A. S. Rollo,
One doten Danrem one-half lone First, N. P.
Holm; second, V. Fayter.
One doien short horn First. N. P. Holm; sec
ond, L. Fayter.
One dozen ox heart First. L. Fayter; eecond.
One doten short white First. A. S. Rollo: ree
ond, L. Fayter.
Half bushel yellow beets rlrst, R, F. For
bmh: scond. N. P. Holm.
Halt bushel red Flrt, R. F. Forbush; second.
A. S. Rollo,
Half bushel wblto First, rorter-Walton; sec
ond. N p. Holm.
Best display of farm and garden produce First.
C W. M. Co. Special.
Largest and hlrhcst scerlns exhibit of potatoes
Display of vegetable shown First. Porter-Walton.
Larscst and beat display of farm and garden
produce First, William Wright.
Display of native grasses. Including alfalfa
First. William Wright.
Best quality nnd not leas than 100 pounds of
creimery butter First, niackman & Orlffen; soc
ond, Rlvcrdalo creamery; thlnl. J. T. Hitter.
Best quality of dairy butter, not leea than 10
pounds First, Nelfon Bros.; second. Hugh J.
Cannon; third. L. It. Smith.
Greatelt number of pounds made from one cow
Jn seven consecutive days First, Nelson Bros.
Prlnta creamery butter First, Blaektnan &. Grlf
Best quality of not less than five hoopi of
cheese First, Ephralm Creamery Co.
BEES AI) HONEY.
nest ICO pounds comb honey First, Superior
Beat lflo pounds extracted honey First, F. J.
Klnpfer; second, Superior Honey Co.
Best display of packago honey First, Superior
Honey Co.; ae.cond, Juab county.
Fifty pound bees' wax First and second, Su
perior Honoy Co.
Best display of fruit preserved In hooey First,
Superior Honey Co.
Host dlsplaj of cakes and candle In which
honey takes place of sugar First, Superior Honoy
ARE ARRANGED FOR
Varied programmes, refreshments
and dancing nrc to characterize most
of tho mission reunions which will bo"
held in tho city tonight. There aro
many of these, and they will bo held
at tho places and times here indicated:
Australian Eleventh ward chapel.
Tenth East street between First ana
Second South streots, 8 o'clock.
Liverpool Fourth ward hall, West
Temple and Eleventh South streets,
California Third ward amusement
hall, Seventh South bctwoon Stato and
Second East streots, 8.
French 'Utah. Conservatory of Mu
Bic, Tcmplcton building, 8.
Eastern statos "Mntnoy hall, Sec
ond avenue and A street, 8.
Birmingham Seventeenth ward
amusement hall, First 2sTorth between
West Temple and First "tt'ost streets, 8.
Hawaiian Liou house, 8.
Netherlands Sixteenth ward hall.
Fifth West botwoen North Temple and
First North streets, 7:30.
Northern states Granite stako hall,
Stato and Fourteenth South stroets,
Western states Tenth ward hall,
Leeds Twentieth ward amusement
hall, D street and Second avenue, 8:15.
Newcastle Thirty-first ward hall,
Ninth East street and Princeton ave
Manchester Fourteenth ward hall,
First South stroet near First West
Bristol-Welsh, including Cheltenham
Pionoor Btako hall, 8.
Irish Social hall, 41 South Stato
Northwestern states Eighth ward
meeting house, Fourth South street op
posite the citv and county building, 8.
New Zealand Twellth-Thirteonth
ward assem'bly hall, 363 Ea6t Socond
South street, 7:30.
Last night a number of these re
unions wero held, those being tho first
during this conference period. They
wore as follows:
Samoau, offices of Continental Life
Insurance company; Netherlands, Whit
ney hall; Scotch," Pioncor stnko hall;
Swedish, Twolfth-Thirteentli ward a
semblv hall; Gorman, Odoon hall; Lon
don, Third ward amusomont hall.
WILL BEGIN TODAY
This morning the eighty-fourth semi
annual conference or tho Mormon
church will opon in tho ta'bornaclo,
with President Joseph P. Smith in
charge. If custom bo followed, tho
.president vill deliver the address of
wolcomo and therein sot out the key
note of the conference.
Yosterday tho crowds that came into
tho city wero greater than on any
other one day of tho week, all tho rail
roads ontoring hero running many spe
cial trains to accommodate tho extra
traffic. From theso indications tho
conference will open with one of tho
largest audiences ovor gathorcd in tho
great auditorium. Thero are to bo two
mnctingfl of the genoral conference to
day, morning and aftomoon. and to
night in the tabornacle will bo held
iiho genoral priesthood mooting of tho
church, to which only those holding
the Mclchiscdok priesthood will, bo ad
mitted. This meeting will begin at 7
It was announced yesterday after
noon that tho general officers of the
Woman's Itolicf societies would hold
their annual business meeting in the
auditorium of tho Bishop's building
(fourth floor), beginning at 10 o'clock
Henry A. Johnston, a business man
of L'Anse, Mich., writes: "For years,
Foley's Honoy and Tar Compouud for
coughs and colds has been our family
medicine. Wo givo it to our children,
who like it on account of its pleasant
taste. Tt is a safe euro for coughs and
colds." It contains no opiates.
Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, "Tho Ncvor
Substitutors, " Five (5) Good Stores.
Goes to Argentina.
Dr. A. D. Mclvln, chlof of the bureau
of animal Industry of the United States
department of uBTlculture. and a rusiilunt ,
of Snlt Lake from 1301 to 130T, will sever 1
his connection with the burcuu nnd takw
tip Hltnllar work In Argentina. This word
was rocolvcd hero yesterday In press dis
patches, and came iih a surprise to local
officials of the bureau Dr. Mclvln Is the
undo of Mrs. Elmer I. Goahcn of Suit
Lalco and wa a Kuct of the Rov. Mr.
Goshen and his wife during hla laat visit
YOUR LAST CHANCE
Today at the Stato Fair Is tho last
timo you will havo a chanco to got a
scholarship In tho best echool in tho
west for nothing. S. C. Forsey of Mam
moth, Utah, wn winner In tho drawing
last evening. Bo suro and registor at
our booth bofore 9 o'clock p. m. Phono
Wnsalch 11 3S.
ircuagor's Business College,
llcnagor Colloge Building.
I 1 Sim 'lUfl? Visitors and Strangers in the City Are Invited to WWtfT iftftlMMH11 II
WELCOME "ftwtfMe WELCOME 1
I H0Si6ry I greatest ready.to-wearstore. b Corsets I 1
B -rrr i M 0f&B .aiiHljfek. 1 Xcvr fall styles in ft 1
M Women's fast black TWCL J I women 's corsets with 91
seamless, flcceo lined M 9KBttK M M 1 medium bust and H
fotton stockings, ex- M M M J 1 f J M JW M 1 hips, trimmed with 9 1
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I complcto range of I MM VM m witU four supporters. I
1 S3s.s?-i5c L J jZm M A -r- 50c ill
1 Women's strictly If Jw .MJM M M MM Jm M 1 wvy coutil jK
1 pure enshmcro stock- gl B m Mm Jm M .a Mr Mm 9 in newest long mod- II j
I ings with merino heel 1 tU MKr mmxtfT J&ttr imrMKr H 0,li for autlimn vi-car, W& 11
K and toe, seamless and Wmm .Bm Krt&r mB m H trimmed with lace Hi !
glst .co,lor. 50c values, g 'TWIXT MAIN AND STATE ON BROADWAY. 1 and finished thsix W
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NOW FOR A ROUSING SATURDAY I
H Seasonable Merchandise in All Departments Specially Priced I
I Bead Chains Mesh Bags Lavallieres Lavallieres I 1
Latest novelties in Bead Neck Latest styles and nowost shapes in New Btyles in pretty gold fillod Unique and attractive gold filled kIIiII
i CJiains plain nnd graduated styles real German Silver Mosh Bags of lavallieres with handsome pendants lavallieres with beautiful pendants M Syjj
f variously cut, full 2o inchos long, in the indestructible quality; extra well that are sot with rich, rare looking that aro sot with genuine chip dia- I Ji
j black, white, amber, blue, greon, mado and equal in every way to stones in various colors. A vory monds. These tire amonc tho latost I wjlllr
j purple, American beauty, brown, similar bags retailed in tho rogu- special lot, regularly worth $1.00 and most popular novelties of tho I Hnlm
otc. $1.00 values. KO lar wny at $3.00. fif f Ofi' each, will bo on sale at, ffQ season. $3.00 values. 1 ffil 1
! Special.... Special ipi.SJO Special ...3C Special JpJL.OUP Jjjj!j
Trlnmed Hats Mobfoy F"all Suits! I
I ipeciaf $1-95 Two Extra Specials Saturday g IV
I Lge assortment of women's and EXTRAORDINARY The suits at this price are truly ex- Si
Q misses Trimmed Hats in latest and x-Sa, K Mm , t L i i , , w
I most attractive fall and winter styles, - W& , traordmar' m fact thc very best valucs that have cVer R
Q including velvets and felts trimmed P, -.3.. W (J been shown in Salt Lake City so early m the season, at gjjjll
jg with pretty ostrich bands, fancy rib- Wt ne Price. Some are worth up to $20.00, while some are llljlj
E3 bons and feathers; regularly worth 'jj worth even more. Extra quality blaok or navy blue wool M 111
Fa up to $3.00; on sale Saturday at $1.95. 'uiYllmr serges in latest three button cutaway styles with velvet ffll j
I SrSMHl ll trimmings and genuine Skinner Satin lined coats. Also a n j
Other Trimmed Hat Specials WW 11 tyiS-niT"3 xjt I
! $2.95, $4.95 and Up 1 $14.99 9 1
I p ' "ll Wia- BIm SUIT SPECIAL Here's nn opportunity for every miss and 1
' ITE? li'm? '1 Iff TPl jlwfM wll IlilllT every woman to save at least $5.00 in purchasing the new I r j
I 1 .Wn.Tl 1 3 ,1, IlTfl" 'T mu -"11 t1111111 su. A very special lot of new fall and winter B j I
i . wM' mI1 models including the new long coat s'tlcs, made from nov- I JJJJ
i .j-. a CDFl? B uau e" weave and fancy mixed suitings. The coats are full H
1 IV!! J!ib1$I Jifciltj B2m$ satin lined and the skirts are made in newest and most S jj I
I ',,rSH popular styles. Good variety of 4fc sg pH 1 11 J
I A Paper Of Best Quality fSS leading colors, and truly unusual M my 1 I
I Sewing Needles Given values at Special I I
I mr?SnSu? Sampl Coat Sale
1 merit on Saturday. l
a i. I We have just received and placed on sale for Saturday two specially priced sample lots j
I of "Women's Stylish "Winter Coats they are manufacturers SAjMPLE LINES that have jnj
M Acfrtltflh KSIIJIC QRo come t0 us at unheard of prices, thereby enabling you to save 50 per cent and even I I
I Vdblllrll JPQlllUiJj ?Jh more by making your selection here Saturday.
Beautiful Ostrich Bands, full 36 I AT 1 Includes fashionable coats made 1 AT 0 Includes most extraordinary coat 1 1 j
fl inches long, m black, white and lead- W A l f rnm noveity mixtures, diagonals, "VA L values gray and brown Chinchil- 311 j
i ing colors for hat trimming; regular boucles, etc., in plain and fancy weaves, las, heavy Caraculs and stylish mixed cloak- HI
$2.00 value; Saturday 95c Some have velvefc and otner ncy trim- ings, cut and tailored in latest fall and I I
I Special mings, while many are plain gfcp i winter styles plain and fancy; 0 fm MM
1 Plauen Lace "pSr.:?nsr.r!.. g.!..!15.f?:...$"-W I
I COllSLfS MieCAt?' Special Purchase and Sale of Misses' wool rftajk a pa PlllSll CO&t j j
n gffdbiXiidss P IVIlSSCsJ dresses in serges, whipcordB and noveltv fiTl! L 'PTlPT A T wl
I A handsome lot o Hanen and other TjresSpS W"bfat"d Ue'aToS U U'l . 2. 11
E lace collars white and cream color, ViJkJVnJ and loading colors, for ngca 14, lb' and is, lifjr Bs7w CCl Jm Ob jfiil' I
I in new round and square effects; worth up to double this special price, Saturday T AMPmrZ !j
I &' '55? Wool Skirts House Dresses
n oaiuit i.) &yP& "Women's and misses' wool dross "Women's serviceable, washable frog fasteners, return cuffs. Smlj 1
I bpecial. skirts, in tans, groys and black and house dresses in plain cbanVbrays, and genuine "Suskana'' fl Mi i
M . aiain Avhito mixtures, including choclos, fancy ginghams and striped and Satin linine throughout, c Jij 1;
9 ffpkT' S S"!!!? stripes and novelt' fabrics. All chocked English percales, with high which is fully guaranteed; O Hjj l
Jb Cal&tS. v &9&AESi longths and waist measures. Ex- neck and long slcovos, all colors, equal to most plush coats HRld l'
H traordiuaiy value, ffiO A Oil sizes 3-1 to 44. Special Ti n fi retailed at $20.00 for Hit 1 II i j
1 jEElbsrQll&S Saturday && value, Saturday cpJL50 $14.95. j;
i feta silk umbrellas with plain and
Saturday Is Children's Dav at "The Paris"
J fanc'3' mounted handles; sold in the J J 81 1 f
n regular way at $.1.50 to $5.00; . A . A A Sifff J
i:-lc4T,irs. $1.95 Girls' (O AC Girls' CO AC
I Si,ccia'-. Coats y Coats I I
K "Jllil't OO.i Girls' stylish wool coats made from plain Girls' dress coats made of fine brocaded I ifl!
1 f m and novelty materials in brown, navy and silk plush, and corded velvet, in navy, I lijlj
1 Pinaud's Beautcviva, 50c size 29c other good colors, prettily trimmed, well brown, dark red and black, well made and I j j
I Hind's Honey and Almond 29c made and good fitting garments, for ages good fitting, and extra good value. For I JI
Swansdown or Apple Blossom 6 to 14 years, Very Special t(A ajp ages 2 to 6 j-ears, on sale QA ap Ml
1 Powder 10c Saturday at w-w Saturdav nl yO.W
1 Roger & Gallet's Rice Powder 19c lu
I Canthrox 50c Shampoo 29c Boys' ftfl BoyS BOyS" Q JC il
Iot& Sweaters $ I -03 Reefers$&J3 Suits 1
1 Pnclnnii T-loiv "Rinchoc nof,;ni 4Q0 Boys ' heavy wool sweaters, Boys' Norfolk and plain roofers All wool serge suits for boys of Sifl'Jt
I aa rn 01 Pcciai c splendid quality in navy, grey of wool serges, flannels and cov- 2 to 6 years. Military and sail- flffll
I $1.00 Kl.e Chamois Skins.. 69c and red, regular $2.25 values, all ort cloths, in rods, grevs, navy or styles. Nnvv nnd brown. MIlVllI
3 Pebceo Tooth Paste, Special 38c feff, $1.69 ljoait'..t.''..$3.95&$2j6 jg, $St. . .$3.45
Morning Specials Evening Specials
I Today 9 to 12 O'clock Today 7 to 9 O'clock I
I SHEET BLANKETS Gray, white or tan sheet blankets, with fancy bor- CHILDREN'S TOQUES Plain and fancy striped wool toquos for infants iMlllf
dors, vory special value; 2 pairs to a customer; k and children, in all leading colors; TP fif, iSflHli
N 9 (o 12 n. ni., pair Hk&IL regular 115c kind; 7 to fl p. m JL U fUlj II
m LAEGE COMFORTERS (Full size figured chillio comforters filled with EMBROIDERY SPECIAL Neat pretty patterns in embroidery edgings mt
H good cotton and tied with yarn. a,ll insertions, worth, two. threo and QsT fMllfli
H Pretty patterns; fl to J a. m., each .'. OSft foxlr times this prico; 7 to 0 p. m ftl MiniH
I BOYS' FELT HATS Now fall stylos in boyB' felt hats, strictly high BOYS' WOOL KNICKERS Hoys ' full cut wool knickorbockcra iu prac- M If
grade, all tho now colors, 3 to 15 years. , sBOrti tical dark colors. nge 15 to 15 years; QCfco Iwltilil
1 Spocial, fl to 12 a. m regular 75c quality; 7 to i p. m OsDFiU Bulli
1 QIRLS' WOOL COATS Serviceable, stylish wool coats with velvet collar, BOYS' ALL SILK TIES Boys' pure silk tics in splendid variety. Tor HBfi
cuffs and trimmings, for ages 7, S and 9. 61 QjfiS prhool and overy-duy wear. Rcgulnr "J fiS iiiHfn
9 Spocial, 9 to 12 a. m 9 250 to 35c values; 7 to fl p. in JL tJJ BMttnil
1 OIRLS' PARTY DRESSES Delicate shades, fine wool batisto dresses, GIRLS' SERGE DRESSES Extra quality woo! serge dresses in navj, SflfiliS
I trimmed with laces and velvet, for ages 6 to 14: fii CktX brown, etc., prettily triinined; kSi iwlmm
to $9.00 values; 9 to 12 a. m pOi Uges G to 11 years; spocial, 7 to fl p. in 00 ifijg ifl
1 sfSalriaSL of BpBBlDs- MMAriBHBM Three cakes of the famous, genuine "Palm Olive" 1 mini
I Ul MgM aM isl irf Toilet Soap will bp given away FREE at, "The Paris" m9KmS I JWflH
I "PalHl OliVe" SOaO J-J.CjlJCjl with every jar of "Palm Olive" Cream sold at this I
very special price today J 1