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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, MARCH 6, 1910. 7 H
vt-fi T j P "" "I "IT f Irad Biglow's Revolving Shirt Bosoms sflie Inventions or Irad Biglow WHMBan MLlit. 10 JO. by W. G. Clmpman.) S Kiitirn- about c.ilhip. but soon's RfiBhc we'll .start for Vour Cousin MFk" coldh n.mil-3(l Ira'i Hlu EKstnan. as tbc o!d man mourn Bkctl over coffee ami sluhcd, WftKh the window lie say.- the f.inn J "JKitin to take him anil Iks trunl; AflExt stopping i!nee. Ct fo change my clothes. l-.d-jKrimirtM! the old man. .spairms clothes look all right." ijulclcly Tfelliinklns iJ particular of one ttv shirts. It would please Frcc- tJtcd at recclMii an J harboring his--jaelatlvc. lidp.ir siu'-iimI audibly, -fjjtbc :uiglit l.i-on in mc how a desperatelv :uld'd Irad. "Jlu ji&In-' scheme frim the stavl." Jgme." Jeered j-Jdssir. waving his BjAnothpr nevv-f.mglcd, olybteen ."Molhir Kchemo what needs twci:ty JO'Hpllur.s' worth of suporiine. oh'i-iro-mfctsotn.ethliiK: io siart it oiirrr, eh? (chomes are lou expensive. You . flfcoaSUclt to simple lliln. like lead pencil. and safely pins, what will bilns in only 5S00.000 a lulnute. Ready lo start?" "All ready." sighed Jrad. "What you say Is true, and that's why iny netf wrinkle pleases Freeman. I fa so simple. It's my revolving shirt bosom. Small investment and all profit. Can scl! SuO, 000 In slock In a day. Well, we've got to fetch that trunk downstairs." "Shirt bosoms." muttered Edgar, drop ping his knife, yet remaining In his chair. u'You always let me in on the danged big things Irad. this Is the first simple scheme you've mentioned. And now you'd run away, just because you've got something simple." "I fear you wouldn't care for It; it's ' ; " "For 510,000,000 We'll Supply Shirts for the Nation." "i.1 dincod simple." meekly apologized Irad. "Mcbbo Freeman will let you In on it. "Lot nothing in." cried Edgar. "And why? Because we ain't going to Free man's." Then, good nnturedly: "I guess you can stand It to slay here a few days longer. Iry. I la' ha! You'd leave your old cousin Just to go lo a funeral. Do you know what we're going- to have for din ner?" And this archly. "Some of them cream biscuits you're so keen for. Now. S.-X & f ' Unfair. ill HRay ,1ow" South. Where roses blow, -jg ;4e don't have flt'l'o shovel snow! 0 .g! Birmingham Age-Herald. JJfP'o boast Unit way It Is a sin; fRJ" pray you not u 'i'o rab ii hi, PW Philadelphia Telegraph. $J But up hero now. ,,.Smi" Ground Hog Dav. TfcTUe just St tgi,t. LM"' Ajfc' And iry to pray, Kr . St. Louis Times M yLUF Preferred, 10 gui hook-worms! ljf A Fair Supposition. -St . Not a Vegetable, Either. "I'm very fond of oysters. Once 1 put three dozen out. of sight at one feast." "Huh, I'd call thaL an oyster plant!" February 2nd. Little Willie, with a salt shaker In Ills hand. sitting expectantly before a small mound of earth, attracted the at tention of a passerby. "You'll caleb your death of dampness silling there, little man!" "It's or ground hog ens?, mister. Pa says ordJnnry hogs is selling for nine dol lars, so I reckon dis'n oughtor bo spendln' money!" The Object. Rarely missing Ihc target, one Utile fellow was engaged In polling green ap ples at another urchin standing against a stone wall a few feet distant. "What, kind of a gamo do yon call that?'' asked an Interested observer. "An objek lessen." replied the boy who did the throwing. "Hut 1 don't see th object?" "You Jess walch w'cqo dis apple hits!" 31 ( pic uso -of Gaa for cooking, heating and lighting purposes has be- j so popular in most cities that it is now used almost exclusively -" iU3aacls of families. When you stop to think that the price of SPM" thSC 6am0 "SeS iS acUially lower iu Salt Lakc than in m0Bt i 1 Ip eveu much larger ones, it is no wonder that people are regarding Ctip most modern and practical fuel and light;, as well as tho most j Wpaical, We havc a special force of employees whose business it is J on customers and instruct them how to use it economically and jfc-1 tho bu,s are adjusted properly. For this sorvico tho com- j If makes no charge. If you are not now using Gas phone for our j fEcntative to call and give you further information free. SflAH GAS & COKE CO. it Ma5n St. Phones 4321 -' what about this shirt bosom Invention?" "I'll stay, rather than have you think I'm running away," said Irad. "As to the shirt, bosom, It revolves. A man puts on a shirt and the oosom gits soiled; If it don't he's ashamed to wear tho same shirt morc'n three weeks. With my re volving bosom he can wear It as long as he wants to. The bosom Is round, di vided Into triangle sections like a )ie cut for eight. Each section is a Jlffcront color and pattern. Say you spring a blue bosom today. Tomorrow you moot Jim WUham. who remembers the blue shirt. Ion slyly reach under your vest and give tho wheel a turn and you're weaving a red bosom. Jim sticks out his eyes and begins to think you're a millionaire. Next day you see him coming and apln the wheel again Now you have a green bosom. WItham 'r ready to send you money three shirts in as many days. You play the combination eight days run ning and git a reputation that's worth 53000 credit at tho savins bank." "But Ihe money you was to make?" asked .Edgar, fcvcrlsnly. "To commercialize the scheme I'd havo the bosoms so that a man needn't wear a. shirt at all. Just clamp on the bosom. After a reputation of wearing eight shirts In eight days Just send the bosom lo the wash and slip on a lew ona. Your wife could do one up In fifteen minutes. With four of them wheels you've ot a new shirt for every day iu the month, and after that the neighbors are tired of keeping tab. Say we charge 50 cents each, or 512 for four, with 800 men In this county taking 'cm the first summer. Just SIGOO In this county alone. Then the) Idea spreads to the city. The country loses 5!J0,000.000 In wear and tear on shirts In every year. For $10,000,000 we'll supply shirts for the nation. "Of course T'm figgerlng too close when I say only JfiO.OOO for the first summer. Freeman glla mad at anything short of $100,000. But tho $50,000 would satisfy rnc In a mild way " "I should say It would!" shouted Ed gar, rapping his list on tho tabic. "I'll begin taking orders tomorrer." "That's the way to talk;' I like your spirit," feebly Indorsed Irad. "Lemmo see;- well, to be safe, take orders to be delivered, say, two years from next " 'Two years!" shuddered Edgar. "What what d'yo mean?" "It would take two years to make the special kind of cloth I'd have to use," cheerfully explained Irad. "The cloth has lo be a radium finished madras, with a special machine to cut it Into pic-shape, so's there won't be any waste. It's the machine what's holding us back. It can be made. I flgger. for about '' "Don't flgger on nothing but gitflng to Freeman's tomorrer," croaked 72dgnr. "Then you can order your danged old machine." W mSKK MaryT.GoMmar.', .Hl - JV Grsr Hair Restorer I fflB VA VV fetorci! orlplnnl color bJ' i. I Vn milri.hcnlthfnlrann- IH SHPXL iVftwlafroniT toHdn. KBBBB SjS-C:EtlllrnI!r dlffeTcntfrom IH t a x, , . . . "J'khiKfiUo.Itaeflcct I.tat Hark rtliterd in permanent. Docs not H """""" imih ofl nor look tmnnt- ural. Eu no todlmoat, to il neither slick; nor IH Brea IV n at puro anil clear ai Tiater. IH Don't erporlinont aeo wlmt thouennd o others IH hare round snfe and satisfactory. Garaplcandcomb IH biolutcly free, Bonroto"rn(inttmi orlclnnl color liBIB ot roar hnlr. - MARY T. GOLDMA.K, Goldmnn Q Elilif.. SuPnnl. Minn. Tho largo eizo a.00 bottlo 1 sold by nil dcalorn. inctudins: (iaB Chas. Aran Dyke. 2S0 Main St.: Smith- I Bailey Drug Co.; Drug Dept. Z.C.M.I. TRIBUNE WANT ADDS PULL ! I 11 I if "JUST ARRIVED A FEW OF THE STRIKING THINGS I A WHICH ARE REACHING US DAILY " ' ' - I BilWfc .fl One-piece dresses in white and black check, black"' Y I fwfl' taff"eta changeable silks and novelty stripes, made with I n ihlmS' the tunic effects. Some have plaited skirts. Very smart I ? styes and an assortment to choose from. Priced Monday I Clilro jf f 1 ' ' Handsome foulard, messaline, plain taffeta, changeable' n& I L ' taffeta, voile', rajah, tussah and pongee dresses in all the P'r I ii?h j uinl .I.BBBi.S. neW stes New arrivals every day. Priced at $19.75.,. I nSS I22.50, I25, I29..50, $35, $45, $55 and $60. I 1 Iffl li i " Smart tailored suits in all-wool serge and diagonal I I -Ss'IP s cloths; coats 32 and 34 inches long; full plaited skirts ex- I jnh 'llf'Xfl' , cellently tailored; workmanship of the highest class; navy , , I xc r HSvli blue, black, gray diagonal and mannish mixtures. Specially ' I jr r" priced for Monday at $15.00. - " P I 53 ik' Tailored suits in diagonals, sharkskin novelty cloth, I I ill " ' VW- black and white checks, imported French serges and wide " J I nOj? fljfelll ' IfC wa'e serges- A- variety of colors and styles. Priced at Mfej I jP $25, $32.50, $35 $39-So, $45, up to $75 V I - BIG SALE of GLOVES MONDAY I JX . g-r J w3!f "ru Probably remember the sale we had a week ago on gloves at Soc. It attracted M)p fffS,- tV1 WHUvji crows imd the gloves went fast, for the values were $1.25 to $1.75. ; r July I iV'1! ' Vllll Some small sizes were left H (A y- 'I u "re AV' close out the balance" of the slock at 59c. The sizes are 51-2, 5 3-4 and '5. (jfU I M. J il'ik nllli1i) h rW0"cmslJ 'c fflvcs iI"e and overseam, red, tan, gray, green, brown and navy. JVJJj H SIbllJM WINDOW DISPLAY of KAYSER'S SILK GLOVES I Mfm $ II fmk 4 'tfilllSF n a csPLiy of silk gloves, all colors and sizes; 2-clasp, 6, 8 and 16 button. j?tv H ' 'Tp ' P ' i lengths in plain and fancy embroidered styles, 65c to '$1.75. Jjf B ' Millinery Opening will soon occur. In A I si r- rf Vlkva!P. w meantime we are showing many attractive I A: "iM sPring styles, and will be glad to have you I "av come in and see them. I fA"R PFT 1PF A TT 71$ V Q sirnr seajmTjESS wnvroN velvet. 9xi2, regular $42.50 $36.50 5 I niVF lu JL X LjflL JL J XXiO 1-rARTJORD AV1LTON VELVETS, 9x12 size, regular $55.00, now . . . .$44.00 H lnh Bisrelow Axminslcr. $2.25, for .$1.S5 Wilton Vol vol, $L65. Lor $1.25 SEA iI LESS WILTON VELVETS, 9x12 size, regular $34.00, now ...$25.75 H Wm S-ivouerinc Axminslcr $o 05 Wilton Velvet, $1.50. for $1.15 HARTFORD AXMINSTER RUGS, extra heavy high pile, 9x12, regu- T ' ' ' Quaker Axminslcr. $.1.75 for ..$1.25 lar $3o.00 $27.o0 ? lor Kxir'a Axminster, $1.75, for ..$1.25 SMJTH AXllNSTER RUGS, 9x12 size, regular $32.50, now $22.75 H (Mte Smith AVilton. $2.35, for $1.S5 Smith Axminslei .l.'uO.'for .!.$i,15 I'HILLIPSBURG BRUSSELS RUG, 9x12, one piece, regular $27.50, ifrm Wv now $23.75 jUJ) H "RT TCvS Wlniff olTc "IR Ha SEAMLESS TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, regular $25.00, now $15.75 RUUP W hlttaiL 6 u-gS ONE-SEAMED TAPESTRY, 9x12. regular $20.00, now $15.50 Mm ANGLO PERSIANS, 9x12, regular $85.00, for $67.50 3-PLY ALT. WOOL RUG-, 9x12. regular $15.00, now $10.75 MR H ANGLO INDIA'S, 9x12, regular $75.00, for $57.50 FIBRE RUGS. 9x12, regular $10.00, now $ 6.75 H o HARTFORD SAXONY RUGS, 9x12 size, regular $75,00, reduced to.$55.00 27 and 60-inch Axmimter Rugs, regular $2.7511010 $145 (H AA C jl J Q'll D 1' 4, for 500 Happy Women WLo I DUU IjrUarailteed Dllk. FettlCOatS Have Worn Ttem Before I jfP Tried and found true. Found exactly as guaranteed. Bought readily at the regular selling price of $7.75. 1 ifth Whenever we announce a sale at $5.95 the responseis heavy. , mMffi 'VSi VAfe It is one of ihe popular sales which has helped build up the store. ??r - v WP Each one is a beauty, six styles, many colors. The talfeta silk is - Ar 1 mft llcav.v ,M(:1 oi nnc Qaty, first-eluss in every respect, long wearing, lu.s- JjvN -O ""J-4f Wlli Lrous; not a )in hole anywhere, a close weave a better tafl'ela than is Cjl uji ' "'7 'hCL ? 7X 'KilS 1 usually found in pctlicoals. Jfa , 1 ? One of the salesmen in the silk and dress goods department, IWbsJK m mM fK. 1 MR upon examining one of these petticoats, said: "The taffeta is one KtraS&5 M All mfflft Uim 1 of the best qualities I have seen." . WWMMjk frM'WK jSMkhW H The guarantee is omphalic: "Should the silk split or crack within $520 yM 1 n ' three months from date of purchase, avc agree to replace it with a new fEpllJ ? f(m skirt, provided the defective skirt; is returned with (he ticket." Evcrv skirl. Mm my is numbered and will show date of purchase. x WU H VT These are the new cuts for spring. This means the skirls are a little p Sfe5 fuller at the bottom, the ilounce a little deeper. There are six styles and SP'' 1 pL every style good. Every skirt is well tailored. The underlay is made of 0- "sSfU JvOR llie 1)CSi fl"ay oi? pcrcalinc. All the new shades for spring. Regular. Q 'Ivfri? P I $7,75 value. $5.95.