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4 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 28, 1909.
WEEK S BUSINESS I ON TflEOP GRADE Dealers in Ladies' Goods Re porf; Considerable Activity in That Line. DEMAND IS BEGINNING FOR LOW-CUT SHOES Movement in Agricultural Ini " plements Is Unusually Hj Heavy Now. H Tho past week in business has been HI characterized by great gains in many lines over those ot the preceding week, Hl and with a still greater tondoncy to- H wards 6tnctly spring goods. It is even I yot a trifle early in tho year to launch j ont into a full equipment of spring i 1 finery and too warm to think of buying B goods of any other sort, so that retail trade, especially in dry goods and , H clothing, has been quiet and without j any distinguishing features during tho past wf ok. Dealers in ladies' goods report a con H 6i"flpral)le gain in activity as Easter ap- proaelies, and although the day for flue feather:, is still quite a distance away, B numbers of prospective buyers are out looking about and deciding on what thy will have inado up for display on , that day. Hnntgors of the big drv goods stores report spring goods now coming in in . largo quantities, and already the win- 1 dows of the department stores have i become gay with first shipments of j faicv hosiery, millinery, shoes and ; ec--.i' a few oarly dross goods. The . trado in ladios' suits and waists; hoys J anl ,girls' wearing apparel, spring shoes and hosiers' has been large, it is said, and rugs, draoorios, carpots and those things which form a part of tho home equipment have been retailed in hugo quantities, indicating that house wives art' carrying ou a great campaign of houFC cleanmg before tho coming of the warm weather. Sffcct of Weather. Viih the few wanner days of tho past week, tho trade in low and Ox- j foni stvles in shoes increased consid-I erabiy, esoccially for the women. Men s clothing is being sold for spring wear ; to som? extent, and many of the shops are displaying late stylos. This trade do. not follow the weather, changes so fl eloselv as does tho sale of women s gannf-nts. however, and there will be little material increase in the nmouut of trade in those linrs for a lew weeks. ' Tf trade has not been especially ac- , tive in retail lines, howevrr. it has boon i more than made up by the tremendous ; Kuias in wholesale business. ' This con- 1 dit;on arises, it is said, Ciom tho stock- i ing up of stores in smaller places in i ttrcnaration for the demand which will i begin at almost any time with the com- , plcrc breaking up of winter. ' m. Agricultural implements tnko the lead in this lino of trade, as might bo j H: expected, and it is evident that in the: H' countiv districts, especially, farmers , H! ars getting readv for business. Hand ; machinery of all kinds, hoes, garden i tool?, shovels and uumbcrloss imple- I nvnTs for tilling the so:l are sent out ; in great numbers at the call of the rural retailers. Haruess, saddlery -and ; strap goods of all kinds continue in ex- : col'.'-Dt demand. . An index of the approaching warm fl sor.pon is the unusual call for fishing fl task!e. which has increased during the Tiast week even over that of the week before, and bids fair to grow oven more as tho season advances. Advance or ders in baseball goods are how begin nin to come in. showing that propara- j rior.s are under way in great volume for the national game. I Automobile Sundries. I The last few sunnv days and general vP'ing fading in the air has apparent-' LIFE OF A PIMPLE Complexions Aro Cleared and Plmplco Disappear Ovornlght Without Trouble The disponscrs of poslam, a new skin discovery, ask that notico be given that no one is urfed to purchase it without first obtaining an experimental package. Thoso who havo tried it will hud that the fifty-cent box, on salo at tho F. .1. Hill Drug Co. store, is sufficient to euro the worst cases of oczema, whero tho surface affected is not too large. The itching ceases ou first application. It will also euro ncne, tetter, blotches, scalv scalp, hives, barber's and eypry ' otho'r form of itch, including itching ! feet. Being flesh-colored and containing I no grease, tho presence of poslam on I exposed surfaces, such as tho tace and bauds, is not perceptible. Water and soap cannot bo used in connection with it, as theso irritate and prolong skin troubles, sometimes even causing them. As to the experimental package ot poslam. it can be had free ol charge by mail of tho Emergency Laboratories, 31, West Twenty-fifth Street, New ork. It alone is sufneient to clear the complex I ion overnight, and to rid tho face of pimples in twenty-four hours. ly brought out the automobile enthu siasts and tho call for supplies and sundries has been large. , The demand for builders' hardware of all kinds fur nishes a fair indication of the inten tions of contractors and builders to propare for business and tho erection of a large number of new homes. In short; the past week has been one of futures in large measure with a gain i in activity ovor the preceding wcoks. in i general trade, but an added disposition on the part of merchants to prepare tor I a later spring trade and on tho part i of many purchasers to hold back until the weather is completely settled. Machinery trade is reported very quiet on account of tho difficulty of getting to the mining camps, many of which ore snowed in. This situatiou is not regarded as serious, however, and is remarked upon in passing merely to show that tho winter season in trade is rapidly being left behind and that trom now on tho trade will be mainly m strictly spring goods. On tho commercial stock ana bona market, tho main feature of tho past week has been tho strength shown by the good investment securities. Prices hold firm, with advances in a tew casos. There has not been a drop or a single , point from last wook 's quotations ot any bank stock. Money is fairly easv, and there is a general feeling or couh- i denco for the coming vear. Following aro the latest quotations lor local stocks and bonds: Stocks and Bonds. Amalgamated Sugar Co.. pfd $ S6.00 common ?5sSa Benefirlal Ute Insurance Co. '9-$X Barnes Banking Co., Kaysvlllo Con. Wapon and M. Co.. pfd Commercial National bank Ih'XX Deseret National bank 2-5 Deseret Savings bank 'J'Sx Davis Co. bank. Farmington 140.00 First National bank, Osdn 31Q-22 First National bank, Murray lj9-$2 First National bank, Logan 200.00 Home Fir Insurance Co 200.00 Heber J. Grant fc Co 130.00 Lewlston Sugar Co lo.OO National Bank of the Republic... loO.OO Nephl National bank 115.0 Ogdn Savings bank 160.00 Provo Com. and Savings bank Hi. 00 Rrrkv Mountain Bill Tel. Co 60.00 Salt Lake Security and Trust Co.. 140.00 State Bank of Utah 2i9- State Bank of Brigham City loO.OO Sugar CItv Townsite Co lOo.OO Thatcher Bros. Banking Co..-. HS-00 Utah Bank. Co.. Lchi and A. Fork. 150.00 Utnh-Idaho Sugar Co., pfd . 5.90 common 3-00 Utah Countv Light and Power Co. 1. 10 ftnh National bank 125.00 rtah Savings and Trust Co....... 110.00 Walker Bros., bankers 250.00 Western Loan and Savings 10G.OO Zlon's Savings Bunk and Trust Co. 400.00 Z. C. M- 1 205.00 Z. C. Home Bldg. and R. 33. Co... 1.00 BONDS. Salt Lake City Railroad 101i Sumpter Valley Railroad 101 j Utah Countv Light and Power Co. 102J Utah Sugar Co 101 Those who did not receive a gold ring at tho time of purchasing thfir go-cart after our first supply was ex hausted will please call. Our second shipment has arrived. Only a few geu uino diamond set rings in this lot. So . call early and got your choice. Seo . si:pplv of rings iu show window Sundav. I. X. L.. THE BIG STORE. I 5 Id quality there was little fe-iW H to improve upon over Siegel H sij'les of previous seasons. m9MAM H .Iu style all the power of the W$frlrnl ' designers' genius has been Bf 1111 brought to bear to make cX'1& H . them snappier. Jgffir I Our Yale Our Winston Coat Loug lapel, closes with Coat Long, swooping lapel, ' three buttons closo together, flnished with peak, closca with H sligMly cutaway from lower three buttons, slightly cutaway . , from lower button. Largo dip, H button. Coat iB well aipped , Larg0 c 8Uppr0SEedai H body fitting. Center vent. j Shapely coat, finifihed with two .'. Sleeves cut to show arm back side plaits. Long stepped sleeve on top, finished with vents- Sleovo with cuffs, two- three and four buttons. . Xl AU PCkCtS Vest Five-button, collarlcss. i Vest Five-button, with collar. H Two of the many distinctive cuts we are showing for H 'spring... H 22"8-230 MAIN. I wh ii m i "jriHJM wiiii miiHwmniiiimrriiK i, . iim! i i BARGAIN MADE ON PROHIBITION IS DISCUSSED IN DETAIL BY MR. O'HARA "Prohibition, is it f Now. what's th ' use av yez cominp hero an takinir up mo timo talking about somothint; that's already resting peacefully in th crave 7 Have yez no respict, for th' dead?" tostilv askod Mr. O'Uara, when ques tioned concerning tho matter of recent agitation. "Whin I made mo .bargain wid Fuss3' an' th' rist av th' bunch, so far oe mo an Joseph F. is concerned, prohibition ceased to exist. "That convention'! Do yez mean to tell me that yez aro so thick av under standing that yez can't soo that th' convention was only a little indulgence av th' dear peoplo who follow our po- litical leadorshipl I thought yez was wisor than that. Th' convention was only pullod off f 'r th' purpose av giving thim a chanct to talk a little, an' listen to th' words av wisdom handed out bo moans av a few av me phonj'grafts; but if vez noticed, Hober J. wasn 't down on th' bill o' fare for any remarks. "I told him he could go to th ' cou vention, if it would bo any satisfaction to him, but he must refrain from talk ing, an thin I convinced him that what I said had to go. "No, there isn't likely to bo any great doings two years from now about this little matter av prohibition, be cause mo an ' Joseph will give thim somothing else to legislate about thin, an' this will .bo all burned up through FIFTHEAST HOTE Salt Lake City, four blocks from the business center. C, B. TITCOMB, Proprietor. Flnit-cJasM, fireproof family and tourlat hotel. RATES European, 76c up; American. $2.00 113, RjIm hv th M"h. full av horso laughs, an' serve mo right, at that. Besides not getting th ' money, I'd get fired, because h' instructions th' old man left me was strict about this. "Thai's whero th' trouble comes in. Fussj' an ' Bill an ' tho rist av th ' bunch says they haven 't got th ' dough to put up till th' kitty is tapped, au! av course that can't be did till after th ' bill is passed; so thore yez havo it. Av course I'm standing pat on mo orders, an' telling thim. 'No money, no bill,' an' it coes, but f 'r all that it's a. tough job. ''If this legislature don't get through and leavo town protty soon there's go ing to be a famine in hams an' hon Dr. Short 'ihicatcns to uiu otmp. too closo contact wid th' hot air pipes in th ' meantime. "Th' thing that's keeping me busv these dayH is this publio utilities lvll which th' bunch is so stuck on. Th' bill's all right, but it's hard to get it framed up right about th' gate receipts. Joseph F. an mo an' Reed has all got to be in on it as much as th 1 bunch, an' I guess they'll have to cut th ' money more ways than one, at that; but that's uone of our funeral. What I'm here to seo to is that th ' cut with us is made on th' square, an' th ' money fruit. Th' local markots is pretty near out av hams, an' th' stock of best east ern candles is getting mighty low. I can't figure it out, .but Utah stato legislators has a fondness f 'r ham and, that beats anything I ovor saw. "I was talking to a waiter in one av th ' biggest restaurants in town th ' other day, an1' he says: " 'Thim guys won't feed on nothing but ham and. There's sovoral av thim oats here, an' they comes in an' looks at both sides av th bill, an' thin says: "Got-'ny-ham-aud?" ' 'I've got so I don't try to boost nothing, or peddle nothing in th' house to thim,' he says, 'only just f 'r a bluff, whin they comes in I get thim a glass av water an' a knife an' fork an' nap- ' Senator BiinkorhofT Wants a Bee Commission. Does Puchibit.' (Sy The Kev. Fuller Dispels a Doubt. pushed under th ' door before the bill pnspos. an Spry gets th' appointing av that commission. It's n tough ,iob tougher than th ' one Dr. Short is going to bo up against whiu he goes to taking the prohibition stump. "Why is it so tough? Saj-, you ask questions liko th' ltcv. Dr. Fuller av the Anti-Saloon league, 'r Mrs. Shepard. I thought yez knew something about th' kindergarten grades av practical politics, but I seo yo'ro a mut an ' ought to be sheared liko'th' rist av thim. "Why is this a tough job? Becauso I've got to got th' money first, beforo th' bill passe?, see, or I don't get it nt all. Do yez think I'm keeping any opon accounts wid th' federal bunch? Say, I'd bo a bigger tucker than th! Traffic league was whin it banqueted th' sinate an' house av ripresentafives if I was to lot th' bunch pass this bill first an' expect to got fch' dough after th' big shakedown av th' railroads is pulled off. I guess I'd got a valiso kin, an' thin waits f'r th' question about the ham and.' "Speaking av legislators makes me think av th ' persevcranco av me frind Sinator Brinkerhoff. A few days ago ho introduced a bill which was to bo a solar plexus f'r th' state sheep commission. Now, wouldn't that jar yez, an' half a dozen sinitors in the same room wid him who's some intoristed in sheen? Av course, th' bill was passed th' big wallup, un' it wint to sleep iu th' cor ner till th'.gong rung tlr third time, thin th' doctors said murder's boen done. "Now. mo frind Brinkerhoff has got a .bill calling f'r a state board av bee commissioners, ail' it's dollars to na tive sons that the sheep will butt th ' life out av th' bill whin he iutrojuccs it. "Say. I've been wasting a lot ay timo chinuing to yez about things that don 't count, an' you'd better mush, because I seo a mi'ssingcr boy coming wid a tolygraft from Reed. IIo'll be wanting to "know if his messago to tho conven tion, saying ho wasn't in with th' liquor dealers' shakedown, did any good, an it'll bo mo painful duty to toll him th' truth. There wasn't any but th' blind nu' th' deaf, that couldu't hear it, believed a word av it." Lodge Notice. Woodbine circle No. -LI will hold a special meeting Monday evening, March i 1, aL 6:30 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. hall. BRICKLAYERS, ATTENTION. AU bricklayers are requested to nieot at hall Sunday, FcbrHary 28, at 2 n. m., to attend the funeral of Bro. Roberts. By order of C. PLATTS. Prosident. J. P. MURPHY, R. S. SPLEH0I0 PR0B8AMME FOR STJAVID'S DM Birth of Patron Saint of Wales to Be Fittingly Observed Monday. Arrangements made for tho entertain ment at Odeon hall Monday evening by the Welsh people of the city in com memoration of the birth of St.. David, tho patron saint of Wales, include an attractive program of music and reci tations and addresses appropriate to the occasion. Refreshments will also bo served, consisting of genuine- Welsh tea, with Welsh currant brcadf Aber dare cocoa and Caerphilly chocsf. Fol lowing the other entertainment, danr ing will be the order of tho evening, and it is expected that all who aro in terested in Welsh traditions will take advantage of the opportunity to be present and renew old associations All of Welsh descent will be welcome, and every ono for the timo will becomo a Cambrian and wear the leek. Follow ing is tho program in full: Openlnjr remarks by W. H. Folland. president of tho Society of the Sons and Dauehtors of Wales. Wolsh national sonp. sung by Beeo Davles and audience. Toast to St David by A. L. Thomas, president of the Cambrian society. Soprano solo, "Tr Deryn Pur" Miss Esther Davis Tenor solo. "Ar Hyd y Nos" Old Welsh Air H. I. Bowles. Tenor solo, "Erllcoenls" Schubert H. I. Bowles, wvinh reading ..Mrs. Tlmolhy Edwards Soprano eolo Miss Clarlbel Gardner Welsh song. "Gwenewch Bobneth Tn" Evan Arthur xvish address D. L. Davis Waltz song from "Romeo and Juliet" Gounod Mrs. Lizzie Thomas Edward. Tenor solo, "Llam y Carrldau" John Summerhays Rocltatlon Miss Irene White Baritone solo. "Star of My Life".... Corliss j ' lloracc Ensign. 1 REAL ESTATE NEWS 1 During tho past week the following sales wore reported by the Ualloran .Tudgo company, aggregating nearly 20, 000: D. C. Dart, a prominent Salt Lako architect, purchased tho property 165x 165 at the corner of Twelfth Fast and Fifth South, and will improve the prop erty in the near future. T. F. Burt purchased from F. S. Luff tho handsomo residence at 1066 East Sixth South, and will uso tho placo for a home. J. A. West purchasod from Mr. Bur mister tho house and lot at 1217 Fourth avenue for investment purposos. Ray S. Bowman purchased from Ash-ton-Jenkins company a house on Con way avenue. Mary C. Thompson purchased three ; acres of land at Third Fast and Four j teonth South for investment purposes. I H. C. Scott purchased a vacant tat on Tenth avenue and will build a nfw home there. j The purchase of the property at 1063 Second South by William J. Barrotto, tho prominent attorney, from Mit-s Edith Shearman, was 'reported by tbo Mahnn Investment company. The price paid was $10,000. The, property con tains a handsome ten-room modern res idence and will bo used as a Soma by the purchaser. Sales amounting to $11,000 wore re ported durinir the past wook from the office of the Utah Real Estate company, i as follows: J. P. Morteuson to H. D. ulder. tho property at 224 East Fifth South, a five-room houso and lot on Thirteenth East near Twelfth South, from Gcorgo Saxon to N. Westergreu; N. C. Chris tonscn sold to C. Mathews a houso and lot on Major avenue; II. B. Elder sold to W. L. Bills a four-room brick rcsi dence on tho comer of Moad aud Wash iugton streot6; Lo Roy Nelson sold to N. C. Ch'ristensen a house and lot in the New England addition. Burt .fc Carlquist reported the sale of a uumbor of building lots on the northeast bench to tho Salt Lake Se curity and Trust company. Tho tract includes a frontage of thirty rods and will bo built up with a row of protty homes in bungalow stylo. The pur chase of a homo by Harold Scllan was also reported, and a tract of ia;rl was sold to the Co-operative Investment company. Sales aggregating nearly $25,000 we0 roportcd by lloffmau Bros, during the past week, "as follows: To Andrew and Carl Jcnsou, a seven-room modern cot tage, on Fourth East near Ninth South; to George Mack, a four-room modem cottage ou Ninth South near Third East; to William Warr, a four room cottage- ou Seventh South noar Eighth West; to II. C. King, a four room modern cottage, at 1017 South Fourth East: to Frank .1. Sullivan for Dr. Broadhurst, a six-room modem cot ' tage on Fourth aveuuo; to Alexander Dunbar for J. W. Koid, a five-room mod em cottage, at 237 Colfax avouuo; to Frank E. Turner, a four-room modem cottage, at 1011 South Fourth East, aud to William M. Wright, four-room uiod cru cot.tago, at 1021 South Fourth East. J Dollar Treatment FswtoMe&i Proves the toe-BOTGOSTS YOU NOTHING We vant to prove to your own perfect satisfactionthat you can bo cured! not simply fixed up a bit or made to fool a little better but cured renewed in vim WMMd andv'Sor. 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Mario, Superior f'OXVENT of St. Laurent, near Mon treal, Mother Houso Sisters of the Holy Cross. After using Pcruna for two or three months, several members of the com munity havo orperiencod such good ef fects that they can recommend its use to others. Sistors of Holy Cross. HOSPITAL for Incurnbles, Notre Dame de Grace, near Montreal. Notre Dame do Graco Hospital for In curables, having used Pcruna for sev eral months, rocommends' it highly as an excellent tonic, and it is with pleas ure that we add our testimonial to the othp. HAVING used Pcruna for the past few months, for our sick and poor, we are happy to say that it has given us j great satisfact'on. Tho Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Montreal. After a continued use of the remedy, this institution has found no reason to change its good opinion of the remedy and expresses itc satisfaction in the iolih&vzi lowing terms: Uoin "k!B found Peruna a relief in wv"11 ' era cases. Jjfjj "We can say say it. is a good tomaEaj ; r and wo are Very thankful." Sisters oafcf'tl the Good Shepherd. ' ?&cami On of tho many hospitals which have found Pcruna of value in treating olaY i and obstinate cases of catarrh is thtra? i Hnsnital St.. John, who writ ns followsiSbo ""UTF. arc happy to tell you that youifeuim v' Poruna has given us sab'sfactionifincl1 Three patients have tried, it, ono 65 ye&rSx old. Itcnoui Dupuis, afll'cted with ca'f: m tarrh, is niuch relieved, .more than has boen for a number of years. J- "A yonng girl, 15 years old, bad anr?u obstinate cough, which half a bottl, of Peruna caused to disappear. feulo "As to myself, two bottles bave confesd vinced me that Poruna is maenincenri3nat as a tonic. Before tho treatment Mfn could not walk for a quarter of an boniF11. , witbont erpcriencing much fatigue Nov I can walk a mile easily. " ( "Through tboso three cases wo deP.o sire to mako knovn to the public theSAris efficiency of your remcdx" k$.CH k Or! This new. modern six-room brick bnngalow. No. 425 Thirteenth East (bssjpr residence section) ; bath, two toilets, f uruace. laundrv, cemented basemsnt high-class throughout; lot -10x132 feet. Only $5500. i WEIR, 36 W. Second South jj Mli I Make Up Yoar Mind at Once! jfj I Dra'i Ad m Anoltier's Advice! .;U I Decide !or YoOTself-Invesligale! 'I m . I Go Into the Proposition to Detail! 43 I dob EVANS' POPLAR'GROVE ADDITION? ' 1 - (t you, 1 WHEN YOU BUY, SECUBE A LOT WHERE YOU AEB SURE ITS. . . I VALUE WILL INCREASE RAPIDLY. Vor I Articles aro appearing daily in tho papers about the largo auiouuts.:j: e-. I of money people aro makiug in r"al estate. Bv buying when values f. wore low these people havo made fortunes. Values aro at rock bottom; U-n I right now in this addition. A purchase at this time will meana largo return ou tho amount paid iu. Our terms are so easy within yourjt J roach aud tho opportunitj' is so great that this is by far the best m- i ; Cr 1 vestment ever offered tho public. . J ?,Corn 1 This addition is ono of tho largest close-in properties uow oUj tbe Mi I markot. Fifteen minutes' ride from heart of tlio city. Poplar tvoya 5 itg I lino runs to addition. You won't question the quality "of this bsTn a after you sec it. Fine location, good neighborhood, healthy nemos T- B pherehigli, dry ground, rich soil. You'll mako no mistake by buying.: If I Lots $15 to $300 jJeB I TERMS: $10 DOWN AND BALANCE MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS. L0l The BorheD-Loudon Meal Estate ! & Rental Ageiiey S I "YE MODERN LAND SHOP." rrf) t n I BARGAINS IN LAND AND SHELTER. ' yi5gC I 228 Judge Building. Bell Main 1350; Ind, 3573. a Jit BRANCH OFFICE. j "UX 1516 West Elghtli utli. M!LiirrT'' TRIBUNE WANT ADS: Bell Phone 5201 ; ' Ind Phofle 360-.fcj