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&. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1914. 7 h
y" for Working
3t. Petersburg j
l Success. J
ESTS EARLY j
elist Declares i
t Upon False
RG, April 4. Plans .
i of a "Woman's (
ronton of tho capital
y tho polico. The
ecn observed chiefly
ous halls on general j
man's work and no-
arrested a number J
nco of tho day sot,
ho educatod classes,
io planned meetings '
f tho speakorH for
aver, wore arrested -io
meeting was dis
wotnen had spoken,
to form a proces-
io hall. This was
lumber of other ar- J
iltogoihcr more than
ipecially in woman's
growing in Russia, .
iugs havo been hold (,
and crowds of girl J
in from all stations
nasmuch as Russian
pociaJh' unfavorable ,
f the "franchise to (j
il issue is generally J
ono phase of the
the enlargement of
u's work for social ,
Tyrkovn, a well
BKcJiM. and ono of tho leaders i
Hrooeu's movement, states tho (
.iduls of the Russian women .
I. 3Tomen avc .keen or
q -a privileged position com-
trith their western sisters.
wjoyed considerable proper- i
iwndcoco and higher oduca
M been secured for women
mi long bofore it was ac- '
Ifn most of tho countries of
a Europe. In tho struggle
litieal reform women fought
rude with the- men. All
lings, however, have caused !
I mhjo of security, and op-
jtlw for eeenring i'ull politl
tfe aro gradnnlly being nar
wra. Thore is danger that
ih'onal conception of worn
Priority will assert Itself. :
Man men, liko tho men or
EjEuropo, will resolutely op
fe extension, of political
fe'Tyiiova points to tho suffra
ptnent in England as an il
i'of tho straits to which tho
MB wo driven in a highly
'totlety when tho conception
Heential inferiority of women
tidied in an intricato network .
jiftl of discipline in the Russian
m& nigh ideal if it is gen
w exhibited by a private sol
pa'artillery regiment at Nijui
fc A Eorgeant of tho man's
djrho had chargo of tho dis- i
gentries, committed &uicide.
ptlmo to change sentries came
KFi although informed of the
aicido, refused to leave his
Kdeclnred that under military
Etto sergeant or the Emperor
Mould rohovo him of his post,
Pergcant was dead ho was
Inmain nt his post until the
peered hiui to leave it.
PJttel of tho regiment accord-g-fln
urgent tcTgram to the
n?q" immediately wired back
f;tQ the sentry to leave his
, soldier insisted on reading
pa, himself by the light of a
Bjtine. lamp bofore ho eon
Rttnrn to barracks.
H ur April Cough.
H&Iost and Am-il rains chill
P'Tery marrow, you catch cold
Efi w stuffed you are fe-
PBii continually and feel mis
ntfeil Dr. King's Now Dis
KL !ootics inflamed and irri
EVnd lllngs. "tops cough.
Htn Uff UV fov" leaves, and
ES,JS. Was cured of a
MKWueh after doctor's treat
"her remedies failed,"
M.ney back. Pleasant chil-
E;oni SruiSltl t0day' 50
1 AfT"5en'Saivo for All Sores.
Hgjookg for Library j
HFX 4 ,&",lve b00lts wm be
Kjfl6 Publio librae Monday,
e-?. llEh' illustrated Exor
Bfc Annum Surca of American
cL cClir,ot Scientist, and
BiJlall ?, Portraits and
Htf TeM?iopltt': International
N, Shemf olT' fc'0- Manures.
At'.eti: Anlmnl Feeding.
Ei HutChiannnAu Machliio- Love.
FIbb at Bezalnlc:
'Stft.51"1 I'aion. Life ol
Ktayaiin' tt.i aJ?nor Photoplay
KKnv TW,lnd! of Doctrine.
With thi J .Lovo: Hopper.
rog hi1?, s2't Ball: Locko,
fei: vlv9Verlnnd Red.
'BarbirR'on. Capers of
KS dovt' Helen-over-wlis
LL hUts f General
RBolS. ?,r,d, Games; Lang,
RVo3?10 for wounds.
K1 atid lnf ?w u'ont. it is
Effi-wnWDrb0tll,V. siicl by
Ufa Thw Xf'vr-
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A J Keith-O'Brien Combany is the exbonent of T m
jjf lfiJ fW t)e 6St tcieas an tdeals tn merchandising in the inter- ' gp m
mWmk mountain west- ur aggressiveness and influence along P fe wt
' xm neSt setng tnes ts aPbreciated- W e go after busi- WiJ m
mni L n65Sm atiS reason we Pav attention to windows to the 1
W m(k imM appearance of the interior of the store to the character of merchandise to cour- 11
lPpil t60US treatment n tnstitution of this sort, employing hundreds of people, is an jjl
s I nliH&lJHlffi interesting place to visit. We extend invitation to strangers to come in you jjrfe II
I ri illi needn't buy just come tn and look around get an idea of STORE SYSTEM, of V M
fiillH Ur SE,CCEt the effect of the store as a harmonious whole.
i -,ISSI 1 Visitors can while away a profitable and pleasant half hour here. The logic of successful merchan- 1
? I S t " dising jpf the -present is to make a good impression on the woman or man who enters the store. The appearance of our s $1$
fljB 2!ih new store is a criterion of our knowledge of harmony and taste and courteous attention completes the favorable impression jJk 8$
A " ; I
U New and Charming Dresses and Suits for Silks and DreSS Goods ill I
jtfftk spring and bummer Wearing 0 t t. , T7 X m
J .These bright spring days make . . ' ' bplendlCl V aOCt V ' W i
lnh one feel like wearing clothes in har- ? 'B
W " mkgZ Imr " COMPREHENSIVE SHOWING OF THE M I
A . x NEJV, DESIRABLE FABRICS Y II
yg Easter is not far off and new y (fit gyx ah Tr j -n m
Y apparel should be selected at once. ITs ilia y2tw 'Wfe Albatross Veiling and Serges Fancy Silks Wv
In our large and varied stock v Mi , J 36-inch wide all-wool Albatross $1.00 and $i. 25 Sale 69c yard. V M
there is surely tho fit and fabric you , T 0BVpJ 0 6M and Nun's veiling in light and dark colors; this one Drice vou will havc the choice WTO !i
desire. And you can bo assured that lJBJ ftf -.lsn 36 inoh cotton Avarn siorm serire in , I . P AWV !B
the latest fashions prevail. Some spe- V47U 7 staple shades S tan ne f Sft SwiSS messalincs ons, taffetas
Wig cial price featui-es for Monday. YL WdL ZZ V earuet and black5 50c' grades' for 39c. and stnPe Bengalmes, good styles only, . 'Ml
C Hvpqpq -n ci1l-c WSw 1 , , , broken lines in a representative assortment Rim bW
X ?, Avf , f'f( TrvJf 1 ' French Crepes and Epinghs of colors. 26 inches to 32 inches. 69c yard. f.i"
lO-Sv crepes, serges, chalhes, taffetas and rLOi f 1 ? -f
jlB crepe de chines, all the new shades and JKH B fV 'T 40-mch Wide all-WOOl imported ft imfe i'Hu 1
T popular styles, all sizes. Special, $14.75. SSSi$ M (Av Crepes and Epinglcs. The Crepe is a beau- O aim ivies satin es jig;
l 4 Dresses in Prpnp rip r j jTH tiful soft clinging fabric, one of the fa- 35 inches "wide, an extra special value; y m
frflli r j , M 3 vored weaves this season. The Epmgle Rich, heavy quaUty and comes in the latest shados, iJk ife
lUP mes, tailetas and wool crepes, smart M I weave is a heavier weight with a corded desirable for one-piece gowns, waists and stops; 30 ffjtB S
T dresses for street or afternoon wear. r I effect running across the surface. These shades to solect from. Extra special value, 95c. VP PR
ir?h All the popular shades na-, Copen- f? lj j . two weaves come in light and dark shades. 7 w f ?
ftjip andemahroan' ta'1-siai1 green black 1 1 &? Specially priced, 79c. Black Mess alines lVjh
SmTmin tnilnrpH ciic in I ) Trieste's Scintilla and Tussah 35 inches wide, all silk, an excellent
I mait maH tailored bUltS m f VJil J?MJ quality of Mack messaline that sells reKuIarly at X M
mm navy blue and. black serge, black and TA 4r lt Juyui $L00 Spoc;alf 79c . uNh ,M
vm wh-ito checks and stripes . and gray 4b, Vjjf .These two Weaves Combine n . H) yf
? Sgr?-eds- A11 n6w styles- Special, " '- mm' 1 beauty and utility. It does not crush in Brocaded Cashmere de bote T ij
KftB ax? ''u x ,r M1 . 1U, , . - . rearing and resists the dust and dirt It 40 inches wide, all silk and an extra tffot m
Wp We nave grouped about 100 You will find all the late styles m comes m the lasinonabie semi-nght etfect special value. Heavy, rich and lustrous, in pieas- fm nm
p allpne-Y fleS fashionable- Coats here. We are showing the popular -of SSt SlSSi InX wide" Por M
shades. Priced for quick selling at $25.00. balinaccan models in smart new plaids, ime ot sticet coiois. a inciies icie. lei Sundyf helio, wistaria, gravcrcaui and black. $2.50 ? M.
fflrB ra U,r .4. . j ! i checks and mixtures, handsome black yard, $1.p0. grade for $1.75. iiWk :j jBJ,
P We nVe JUSt received Shipments moire Coats, taffeta silk Coats in black WjB
5 of Suits in moiro, silk failles, cloth and and colors, new Motor Coats and the much Vftiir Own 'MirrnrWill A Si
? silk combinations, silks, ranging from wanted Golfine Coats in all the popular 1 UUT wn IVlirror VV 111 EXPERT CORSET prSfcgT SI
fjm .30.00 to $125.00. Our line is complete. shades. Prices range from $12.50 to $75.00.. Prnv WhltWp Snv of REPAIRI G AND tKa ffllR m
lW rZ ALTERING , iM
Infants' Accessories Featured for Monday CD a 4a A il
Hr The following items should interest every housekeeper. The reduc- V r I rv
lions shown on each item are exceedingly worth while. kJfe " F JX j?, j8'
KP EMBROIDERED FLANNELS PLAIN FLANNELS " WftoJ & MlKl w) !
T 65c quality, yard 52c 7i, . . . -n . , , lft Y sq T-tTniWl,,. XLjvOJ Li0-? '
? !)0c quality, yard 72c Plain wool Plannol. 50c valno, for, yard 40c 1 . 3 V UvS ? 1 11 K
TO $1.10 quality, yard 8Se Plain tvool Flannel, 70c value, for, yard oGc "iThA nPAir mnrlpk crnx change JFI )i yL, liHX : !l
VMKj f -25 qua ity, yard $1.00 Plain wool Flannel, 80c value, for, yard G4c .1 lie neW mOQeiS SHOW SiiapeS 'kIV a 1 U (IS Lit
Sl75 quality' yard lllH Unshrinkable pa jama Flannel, 60c value, for, yd. .50c that mold your figure into the J?fc l A V '2, VT
? 50 quality, yard !$2'.0O Unshrinkable pajama Flannel, 70c value, for, yd. .60c graceful lines. Designed by experts f'ftffi&rF ill "5N-T4 ? ij1
jjm " ' Unshrinkable Japanese Flannel, 45c val., for, yd.. .35c who know how to fashion the figure A fiMfff ( IJjU yTnScffHrS 1flte !Ss
lu DIAPER CLOTHS Unsbrinkablo Japanese Flannel, 50c val., for, yd.. -10c so ns to best set off the modern A Y f' JUB )' R
C a 4. j -. 1 n . . Silk warp Flannel, 00c value, for, yard ,...S0c (S(t' '( u 5K f l) " c II M
Antiseptic, durable, absorbent s-.ik warP Fiannei, $1.10 vaiio, for, yard 90c g0- S JJlfes Vl R 'iSmI Il
it?ta aild non-irritant. Following aro the widths Silk warp Flannel, $1.25 value, for, yard $1.00 Once fitted, you can feel that in- -jf V-nJ 1 jflMA lum t
(fJ I fA anc pi'ices dcscribablc comfort resulting from a l Y V VMaPwflS: tVllll In H
Vo fas nltefc !5? 20 Per Cent Reduction on nVtoK- T 111
aJiSchcswidSlO r hovv ia.baonably ,t shapes. IKvITU xVUPiHP lf?h M
iWfe 27 iuci.es wide, io yards in a piece; piece $i.oo 1 oweling The new styles deserve your Y saMfe KJIp l
W Bleached Cotton FJ annel Fancy HuCk Toweling hemmed attention, and our trained service- M VVSP yT
27 inches wide, 10c qualilv. for, yard S l-3c j t i. i?,.. guarantees you a perfect fit with '! '' J$ieO
i J8 inchea Wjdc; 13? ciu and hemst .itched Towels Extraordinary the Hedfern model best suited to Wtte
m values in fme Towels and Toweling, con- yon. W M
XT i2 inchc3 wid0 18c n"fity. yard 15c sistmg of fine bleacli goods. jVVjj- McCovley, associate designer for RedUrn CorsUs, is now in our Corset Section ? ijg
A EXCEPTIONALLY FINE VALUES IN DEPEND- L rr: r : 77 1 m i
ABLE HAIR GOODS e Finest the Most Exquisite samples ot Lrepe de um
$(1 When you see these s.Plendid offerings and feel Chine Negligees f$p j,
T their soft, fluffy texture, you Aill readily note the decided savings treat WOl'th Seeing, an Op- COj'IBINATI02sfS, IsIGHT ;S
OSV 1GSe nTT wTTxr TTATT? QWTTinrnrc: portunity to examine the very finest of GO WNS, SKIRTS, BRIDAL Mflfk Bf
ffli SPI .y garmcntthat of mr; SETS, KEMONOS ,
J 20 inches long, specially reduced to ...$1.55 chandise winch is not always carried )? ffi
i Vrx iSSg' SSSSSiK rSdSeSa tS :-:-:::--::::"to5 in quantities. , combinations, $5,50 to $25.00: neg- ifa m
U(m 7 I M fi' plii6 It is a sample line, and most com- uw . $11.50 to c5.oo; bridal bet8 uP to JnjB
ftUl) f fJ J WAVY IIAHl TRANSFOE-aiATTONS plete. The exhibit will be under the T Il
SAJl- All-around size, specially reduced to $1.45. Our experts will dress direction of Mr. Palley, who repre- These exquisite garments, SOlllC of J. -M
y0nr hair in a new, becoininf? way, without charge, when a purchase is made. seilts one of the largest and most wliifh are novelties, are all copies of Aritcan ffllB
(ftfA Brinji your combings and have them made into putftJ, switches, etc. exclusive manufacturers of mtdcls. All lengths. lJJv
Y UNDERPRICED MERCHANDISE SQUARE nEGMgIes;' ' bTS 0lIR TW ffi
oVB One Day Special for the Conference Visitors. TJNDERG-ARA1 ICN;TS We will be pleased to have ypu come WS
Y 50c, 75c and $1.00 PERFUMES for 19c camisoles, bloomers iff -W"
Lilac de Syrie, usually a $3.00 odor . . JvljB iJfE;
RlJU V.Tiito Roso, usually a 50c odor V "Til fg , . C 3)
T K;S5so ( Of NEW GLOVES FOR EASTER f
yhV Lilac, usually a 50c odor II 111 i lHS BHRi
mm Locust uBiiaJly a 7oc oflor... v H Our .43 00 qualitv 16-button Fowncs' fine Pique Iud The Trouville Washable Kid JVUD fm
WV Lily of tho Vnlloy, usually a, oq odor 1 - UUr .3.uu quanv uiuiu GJove Ju je.button caRth for T Eggl
T Carnation, usually a o0c odor Gloves in white only, all Hegulnr $1.75 for $1.50. $4.00 jjcr pair. In the 2-clasp ? gjKj
Perfume Atonu.evs that bold one ounce o perfam Regular 25e value for 10c. si2cs. S10cia, Mond!iy ad Kcuk 0vaMeam Kfd Gloves, S A-Sld)ff- "a'S WB IB
JfljH SALE ST1R1S AT IO A. M. for $5,13. rcculnr 11.23 Cor $1.00. bo wnsboil n'ltli soap ana water.
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