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10 THE SALT TIAKm HERALD SUjSTDAY MAHGBC 8 1896SIXTEES PAGES
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Parisian fades for the Early
Spring
CREAM AND WHITE GOWNS
1A MODEL FROCK IV BLACK AND
SCARLET
JIall Govins Are Profusely Trimmed
With Flowers Artistically Adapt
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with High Neck Bodices und I
Even Placing the Watch is a I
Perplexity to Its Ownewr
PARIS Feb 25It appears that danc
ing as a polite pastime is going out of
fashion I dont know anything about
f Walker Bros Dry Goods Co
The grout Strength oC the net
Firm lies in tlie power of cash cap
ital
The jiorrcr of reliable goods
The power of doing Imsiness on
broad and liberal principles
Tour moneys worth or your
money back
I backSillsQ
MORE NEW SILKS THAN ALL1
THE OTHER HOUSES ROLLED IN
ONE THE NEW WARP PRINTS A
LUXURY WITHOUT GREAT COST
ABSOLUTELY CONFINED STYLE
WE GUARANTEE DUPLICATES
NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE
IN THE CITY YOU CAN BE EX
CLUSIVE IN DRESS BY PURCHAS
ING HERE
We start 150 1 styles of Warp prints
tomorrow in Paisleys Persian Cash
tmere Orientals Dresdens Cameleons
and Asiatics at
1 OOe 150 1 65 175
100 200
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THEY ARE MARVELS OF THE
LOOM I
MARK THIS LIST
Changeable silks in plain and figur
ed very chic for waists for trlmmingSj
new colorings new patterns you have
paid twice what we ask 100 styles 4
lots
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35 45c 55c 65c
Satin and Gros Grain Brocade Fu
rore Weve met it Just one house
in Salt Lake can make these prices
we announce for Monday 75 pieces new
brocades new designs all the latest
scrolls geometricals and immense fig
ure designs Prices Monday special
I l5c 90 < < v 1 125 up to 250
A SPECIAL TOMORROW PURCHASE ON SALE
10 styles Crepe de Chines in choice
and dainty Dresden the 125 crepes
bought from an overloaded manufac
turer our sale price at 8 tomorrow
65 OEATS
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Wonder Silk Bargains not mentioned
k Monday
I y R Madnmo Vivian Jones Who
7 gave Bach general satisfaction in
our Dressmaking Department lost
season Its returned from NeW York
with the latest 1892 ideas
1 Our Drcsi 2Iai ± agr Parlors are
siovr open Take elevator rooms
17131020 Exquisite Slllcs Dress
L Goods and all accessories arc here
in profusion Prepared for the
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the truth of this but I hoar that It is
said I know only that some one has
just published a book in London on the
decline of dancing and that some one
else has explained the sole trouble to lie I
with the men who come to the ballroom
doors unwilling to exert themselves I
which perversity one might suspect to
be a symptom but hardly an excuse
Men are not more indolent than they
were I know also that Sir Augustus
Harris has lately remarked with some
contempt that the barn dance of the
modern ballroom is a true gauge of con
temporary taste and that in Paris the
cotillion has degenerated Into a childish
romp In which the gentlemen trot in on
papier mache hobbyhorses and break a
I pasteboard lance for the lady It would
seem that the amateurs of poetry of mo
I tion have some reason to complain
BALL TOILETTES I
But this does not mean that there are
no more balls and no more ball gowns
Quite otherwise There will be the fic
tion of balls till long after society has
forgotten the little it knew about danc
ing till the women have all Joined the
men in the doorways and yielded the
floor to some hired Carmencita And this
present is the mgh season and the apoth
otlo moment of the ball gown
And some of the latest gowns show a
combination of tints that for refinement
and subtlety could do credit to a master
painter One of the combinations is of
pure white and cream white This con
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trast deepens the pure white to silvery
gray and the cream to a flaxen yellow
The effect is exquisite a sort of carat
I have seen a bodice made of white chif
fon with a wide boxplaited frill round
the low neck made of cream brussels net
bordered with cream carnations set on
the edge like a ruche The cream deep
ens at the heart of the flowers and so
gives to this tint its accent while a sil
ver set rhinestone buckle fastened in the
belt gives a focus to the gray Very
pretty is it not The skirt is silk of
white ground flowered with roses An
other design is a squarenecked blouse of
white chilfon with a garniture of flax
colored guipure and sable The lace
forms a sort of slashed blouse laid on
over with vertical openings through
which the chiffon falls out in puffs Over
tire shoulders the neck is edged with fur
Wide belt of tire laco laid over white
fitted to the figure and fastened behind
with two loops of the same that stand
out from the waist Sable edges the top
of the belt and the top of the loops The
skirlt Is of pink satin Another is a
blouse of white mousseltoa de sole over
white with a skirt of the same mousse
line over pink The decollete is bordered
with a wide plaited ruffle of pink chif
fon edged with a ruche of pink roses
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Boll Gown of Pink Tune
and there is a wide pink satin belt fas
tened behind with two broad standing
loops having a row of pink roses be
tween them The moussellne skirt is side
plaited and loose from the lining and
the bottom is finished with a narrow
band of white ribbon folded inside the
hem i
The sleeves of these gowns contain
plenty of materialt but are no longer j j
stuffed out with horsehair the tenden
cy of all sleeves being 1o decrease In size I
Though some journals show models of
ball dress where the sleeve falls off the
shoulder and the bodice is held up by a
strap these ridiculous designs are not
worn by women of taste and are not
made in the best dressmaking houses
As seen In the models above it is very
much the < fashion to make the skirt only
of the silk and the bodice of a mingling
of chiffons and lace The preferred ma
terials are plain satin flowered silk and
moire the latter extremely fashionable
not only for evening but also for day
wear The colors are white rose cerise
pale blue violet
FLOWER DECORATIONS
Very notable is the absence of flowers
arranged in natural garlands sprays
etc such as used to be the chief garni
ture of evening dress Few flowers are
employed and these are subordinated so
as to form a true decorative effect as in
stanced In the floweredged ruffles above
where all the blossoms are alike and no
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attempt Is made to imitate nature This
is an improvement in art that is worth
while to cite You look at the natural
flower garlands and you see thalt they
are imitated flowers and they give you
no further sensation but you look at
these ruches which whatever they
might be made of are correct decora
tions and you experience a delicious ser
prim to find that they are composed of
flowers The principle is easy
This paragraph may end usefully with
the account of a dinner gown easily
copied In extremely good taste It is of
blank brussels net or any other thin
black material mounted over red silk
The black skirt is jjntirely in side plaits
and falls loose fromf the silk the blouse
has a square neck and elbow sleeves
and droops slightly over the belt all
round The trimming is a passementerie
of garnet and red gfequlns It makes
lines down the skirt at intervals all
round and lines down the sleeve and Is
richly massed on the blouse This red
trimming could be replaced with net
THE FASHION IN JEWELRY
Jewels seem to be worn less and less
every year With day toilettes they are
scarcely seen at all and the foot was
authoritatively illustrated the other day
at the marriage of the daughter of the
Count dHanssonville which brought to
I gether all that Is related to royalty in
France Scarcely a jewel was to be seen
i in this elegant assembly The bride wore
i not a single gem I
The festive earring is so nearly out
I of date that it ishardly found except on
i the elderly I i should guess that not
one woman in ten under 30 today has
i her ears pierced As for the breastpin
which in other dais was a necessary
finish to the dress fashion at present
I has crowded it out of use The collar
band being fastened behind its effect Is
only marred bj placing a jewel in front
Also a broach that fastens nothing being
superfluous out of taste In England
where white linen cuffs are worn with
day gowns sleeve buttons area part of
dress but French fashion does not toler
ate linen cuffs and so sleeve buttons as a
rule are not seen Bracelets cannot be
worn with long sleeves and tints there
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is very little left but finger rings and the
watch
WEARING A TIMEPIECE
Fashionable watches are very small
the ordinary size Is about an inch in
diameter They are carved with decora
tions either crusted with diamonds or
covered with colored enamels If there
is a fob or a pin It is decorated to match
There are also plain gold cases perfectly
smooth The old Geneva patterns of
engraved concentric lines seems to have
disappeared
There is an awakwardness in placing
a watch on feminine dress If it is pinned
on one side of the bodice it looks foolish
ly like a society decoration and if it is
worn on a long chain dangling from the
neck the chain is too conspicuous be 1
cause it is out of harmony with the
dress Both these fashions are seen the
last one the preferable The chain in
vogue is of five links interspersed with
pearls Better than either of these is
the fob chain or chatelaine clasp and it
is tho only method that taste can justify
for a watch worn out in sight
In spite of the temporary cloud upon
them breastpins continue to be made
and perhaps it is because of the cloud
that the jewellers have piqued them
selves on making some unusually inter
esting designs They are flat discs of
gold that by a process known to jewel
lers have had the surface purified of al
loy and made a dull rich yellow They
Imitate ancient designs Gaulish Etrus
can old seals of the middle ages or
Japanese sword guards Thus a dragon
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swallowing its tall I have seen one
where a gold dragon in baa relief coils
itself upon a ground of green mosaic
that for simplicity and beauty of color
contrast is rarely surpassed Sometimes
one or more gemg are s tIn to heighten
the design
The side combs worn In the day time
are of simple tortoise shell or with a
reception dress they may be backed with
gold The hairdresser if asked will con
tradict thisand say that paste diamond
oombs are all the rage The good sense
of the reader will decide whether women
of taste are likfily to decorate the head
with diamonds for the street
FULL DRESS JEWELS
But evening dress lends itself as much
as ever to jewel decorations The low
neck calls for a necklace and the short
sleeves for bracelets with evening dress
one may still wear a brooch and with
the blouse bodice in fashion buckles par
ticularly diamond ones have attained
some importance
The vogue continues for colored stones
They are set with diamonds or pearls
which being colorless form a neutral
background and a means of keeping
them apart Thus necklaces and brace
lets are made of rubies in alternation
with diamonds or emeralds turn about
with pearls each stone Set separately
and the settings linked together Pearl
dog collars which are still the favorite
necklace have slides set with colored
stones bedded in diamonds
This passion for color has led to the
combining of transparent light on the
pearl It should be set with a diamond
also It may be set with an opal for the
crimson of one seems to find an echo in
the red flames of the other with a re
i 1 suit that is exquisite The emerald and
the amethyst combine perfectly with
pearls
i Opals continue very fashionable as do
i turquoises and other translucent and
I apogue stones These can be combined
i i for color without the disadvantage that
pertains to the brilliants and some of the I
most beautiful jewels of this year are
formed of such stones in contrast Thus
a necklace of cut coral and black pearls
in alternation separated by a space of
three or four smaller diamonds Tins is
delicious Another similar arrangement
is of turquoises and moonstones I
The same rules of combination hold
I good for rings
There is a great deal of colored enam
eling and as the French are past mast
ers in this art some wonderful work is to
bo seen It Is particularly applied to
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Walker BroiLT3ry V Goods CO
SPRIN 9 18960
And Ahead of All CompetitionID2a366THATS USQ
Dry Goods coming on every Overland Every season here brings the newest things Tomorrow first general
Display of Seasonable Goods Tomorrow an
EXTRAORDINARY EXPOSE
of all thats brightest and best The most complete collection of Merchandise ever exhibited in the market Our styles
are Direct Importations from the Centers of fashion If you are looking for liW DEAS And BARCABIr S we
can please you Our call is loud and clear it announces We begin showing in every department whether you buy
or not THE VISITOR HERE IS AS WELCOME AS THE PURCHASER We do not pretend to catalogue the
hundreds of New Things and Low Prices on our Counters Tomorrow But special attention is directed to the RiCH
SULKS AND DRESS COOOS from the most noted looms of Foreign and American Markets in Center Section
Highest Novelties and Finest Qualities in the TUtf MifMC DEPARTMENT The most beautiful LACES in the LACE
AISLE For Boys and Girls the Dressiest little COATS CLOAKS SUITS and REEFERS For Infants the Widest Variety of DAINTY
OUTFITS and useful things
The Costliest Productions of MILLINERY at the Lowest Prices
All the nobbiest things in the LADIES SHOE DEPARTMENT
The very essence of elegance in the WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT Dainty SHEER DIM TIES ORGANDIES BATISTES
LINENS and many others Magnificent WAISTS MANTLES etc in Cloak Room Also AN INDESCRIBABLE ASSORTMENT OF
HUNDREDS OF OTHERS
A BRILLIANT BEGINNING OF THE SPRING SEASON
WASH GOODS
BRIGHTER AFTER WASHING
THAN BEFORE I
Fashion makers have decreed that
this is a season for thin and sheer fab
rics as to wash goods
Before winters frosts and snows are
hardly over women are scanning the
shop windows for something new in
wash goods to them we have 12 items
of personal interest chosen with a
definite object goods that WASH THE
BEST AND LAST THE LONGEST I
The greater portion of our goods in
this department is now in and we
would advise all to buy early for the
exquisite novelties will not last though
in at the start they will be missing
at the finish of the season Space al
lows a description of but 12 numbers
from a well chosen stock
PIOTCLE CLOTH 28 INCHES
A cotton fabric washable tout strong
enough to stand the wear and tear of
wheeling skirts made of this will stay
down 40 patterns
15c YARD
CREPE OF JAPAN
The first Importation from this in
teresting country a sure enough fast
color and as toug > as leather in all
widths stripes and delicate shading i
a success for a childs school dress
plenty of It at
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200 YARD
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JOHNSONS GINGHAMS
A standard of excellence In every
kind of a plaid or stripe they are fast
colors they are new bright fresh nd
best of all they are
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COTTON CREPES
In Solid colors all shades new wrin
kles and attractive crinkles
12 1S GETS
FANCY DOTTED SWISSES s
Black with white dots black with
black dots white with lither yellow
blue brown red or green dots
WHITE DOTTED SWISSE
In endless variety of dots and all
the different qualities from 20c up co
1 a yard Always scarce at the end
of the season
LINEN BATISTES IN TAN
I Decidedly new the fabric is linen
either plain or with dots brown red
blue black or white exclusive novelty
40 to 65c
SIMPSONS PERCALES S
Every fashion journal in the coun
try has a good word to say for these
percales They are wide and 18 dif
ferent shades and 40 patterns to select
from see window they will iwash j
we have tried them
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MADRAS
An ideal cloth for an ideal shirt
waist expected in andoncounters for
S Mondays sale S
30 CENTS
FINE DUCK AND FANCY PIQUES
Unequaled for street r wear woven
with double warp of combed yarn will
stand any amount hard usage does
S not crush up easily the blues of the
A Piques are pure indigoes
12 l2c YARD
PERCALES S 1
THAT WASH THE BEST AND i
WEAR THE LONGEST EVERY
THING NEW j A >
S A able of them at f >
8 l3c
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A Table of Royals at
105 YUID S
S A Table of 31inch Incline at
1 12 12 CEXTS
A Tablet yard wide Punjabs at
S S 15c YARD
BRIGHTER AFTER WASHING
THEM THAN BEFORE
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT i <
Never before w have we given such
exacting attention in securing those
things which < arft most desirable com
plete lines of the following
India Linens Victora L wns Mulls
English and French Nainsooks Dimi
ties Organdies Plain Swiss Check
Nainsooks Grenadine Lawns Piques
and many more
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GREAT
SALE IN
K D GLOVES
MONDAY
SPECIAL
5 DRIVES IN
> 7 T >
L5 WEAR IN
CLOTHING
DEPT NEW
BUTTONS
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ON EvERY
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SPECIAL
SALE OF
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DRESSES
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DRESS GOODSTHOSE STYLISH
NOVELTIES BUY YOUR NEW
SPRING DRESS NOW JUST TIME
ENOUGH TO HAVE IT READY
FOR EASTER WE WILL HELP
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NO Bargain Square of Plaids just
received 300 bolts hamdsome high col
orings prices less than ever
15 < 30e 50c 65c
> 75c 90c 1 125
FRENCH PATTERN SUITS <
THE CHOICEST ANYWHERE
S OVER 400 TO PICK FROM
S We rejoice over our Pattern Suits
For 1896 a superb collection of Cam
ellon Broches swell British Checks and
Tweeds Scotch Cheviots Mozambiques
Irridescent Poplins Persians Lusters
and others oply one pattern of a Iliad
special 1896 sale prices begin from
750 to 45UO
SEC THEM
Including the Latest Grenadines all
black and warp printed effects
Over 500 pieces Dress Goods to buy
from cut as you want them Nothing
passe all just received Here you get
the correct styles ninetenths of Salt
Lake know that come and see this as
sortment 1896 designs 12 big counters
Monday starting at
20c un to 125 ONLY
Black Goods destined to be more pop
ular than ever this season 4 lots to
morrow every kind
40c > 60c > 75c 1
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watches and to the pin of the fob that
holds the watch as mentioned above
Jewelry designs in general have im
proved in taste
ORNAMENTS FOR MEN j
Gentlemens jewelry consists of a small
pin set in the midst of the very largo
Held of cravat that entirely covers the
shirt frnt and as many rings as iia will
The pin is preferably a black pearl or
an opaque stone a cut coral or a tur
quo is the latter is very fashionable It
must show no setting and make only a
tiny point of color on the expanse of
dark silk I was forgetting the sleeve
buttons which must be links and hold r
the cuffs open after the English manner
They are popularly of simple pearl cut in
oval shape
Frenchmen may or may < not wear
more rings than other men but it is com
mon to see a ring on the fourth finger and
one or more on the third and rings on
both hands U Pierre Loti to observe r
has a third linger loaded up to the middle
joint and he is not the only gentleman
I one may see so adorned The rings usu
ally consist of a gold seal and of plain
I gold bands into which gems are bedded j
Another design is a serpentine coil with
a gem set in the head A favorite stone
is the turquois which may have a 3a 1
menu on each side
THE COIFFURE
When our language grows a little rich
er it will perhaps supply Itself with a
name for the hair In a condition of ord
erly arrangement Until then there seems
no way But to serve ourselves with the
French word coiffure which does not
assimilate with English at alL The word
headdress given by the dictionaries is an
absurdity we have no name for the
thing French milliners say we have not
the thing They say that the carelessness
of American women about arranging their
hair Is Table to spoil the effect of the
most successful hat I merely repeat
what is said
It ought not to be difficult to follow tho
present French fashion It is the same
as It has been for some time a loose wav
ing all pound the head and the ends
drawn into a small knot behind It falls
OVel the ears and the extremer of fashion
covers the ear entirely though it
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should be said that many elegant women
continue to draw the hair back to expose
the ear The hair Is not worn high on the
head except with evening dress when a
coiffure high or low Is a matter of
choice ADA CONE
THE NEW GIRL
The girl oi the period is finding
The temptation always at hand
To get into shocking habits I
With the bloomer abroad in the land Puck
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Walker Bros Dry Goods Go
The Store after
which others
arc
patterning
The Store whose influence has
been felt from one end of Salt Lake
to the other
The Store that makes the figures
that regulate the prices of mans
other Stores
Spring arrivals are blooming forth In <
Bewitching Array In our
CloakSuitRaoin
To be seen tomorrow third month
20 beautiful styles Ladies Novelty
Capes In plaids In silks In vel
vets In laces and
many others
warp
printed silk lined and trImmed Chif
fon trimmed Honiton lace trimmed
and garintures in
abundance prices up
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30 AD LESS
Tomorrow a great special s < fle takes
place in Ladles Capes new Arrival
fine cloth single and double plain
also Braid and Jet Trimmed to start
the season and Introduce our Cloak
Department These special numbers
will be sold at threefourths value
which Is
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DAME FASHION DECREES SEPA
RATE SKIRTS ARE THE PROPER S
THING
50 Skirts on exhibition Monday latest
cut in Jacquards Mixtures Mohairs
and silks prices low tomorrow
FlROJI 2 25 TO 15
The Linen Sale That Eclipses
Them AIL
The Sale that outshines all others
in Generous Valne Giving The J
most economical chance for the
thrifty housewife hotel and res
taurant begins hero in the Morn IU
ing on a Broader Scale than ever be
fore Comparison will prove that
tile values offered here tomorroW
are very much better than at much
advertised January Sales A Bono
Fide Linen Sale that cannot be
questioned then yon see the goods
and prices all new just in bough
loW sold cheap Remember these
goods arc all slightly imperfect We
bought them at SO cents on the dol
lar 2000 Worth offered in thp
morning at
50c on the Dollar
TABLE JJXTSkSf rATTBHS CLOTHS
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