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p ON HAND
h n schools
fib $91,230.30 Is Now
ahlc for Early Ap
I l.portionment.
ftftltOD. "tat siinrrntrnr!-n' nf
Instruction. hss been notified b
fKw Jesse Jewkes that there. Is
SLt use or the h! schools of
ftKthe um of J?1.:S0.30. The ap
PK,nt is the result of the half mill
Pr)jrh BChoPl purposes. Super
, Kelson will distribute the fund
HK, forty high srhnn', of h stair.
Buonmfnt belns basod on the
Erf pupils attending each school
EL weeks or more last year.
Ef Mtlmate made yesterday by
ygj!., Nelson Indicated that the
Erla.-hViio"! would bo sIlRhtly
llfcttendance have not ;t been
ssssxW b""K two schools to bp
fUTof whlh iro.1 were In lb
LassR school. ,,.11
adnratinn will receive from the
L tfltai I" excess of 530.620 toward
Hfuce of the high school next
flL. i4w does not specifically state
! km money Is to be used, but,
1 vBf.( 5uprlnrendent Nelson, the
HBkentlon of the legislature was
ARie monev used for paying
IwL A. McLaughlin. M2 -T St.,
Wj5., writP that Fbs suf
fiHbsds of pains -;n her back
'Bt account of kidniv trouble
SjajLfttiw ,,T col some of Foley
Kl SB'! after takiDC them for
there was a wonderful
LHy cut for the pain entirely
Kt and hips and T am thank
Es eucb a medicine a Foley
Hps." Schramm Johnson Co.
Statutici
Wh
W I Births.
j. Krrow. 1 - t"
Hwiltlatnt. "ST South Eljcbth West.
. B, Sntth, 7 First Srvtb flrl
W fbepherri. M Wt Sixth Fourji. '
LmMni' "7 wi Thlr-i Se'i'-h. girl. ,
fcV. UJ North Sixth girl. 1
WEomzen, IM South Eleventh Fair.
Hio. HI South Second Wet. bor-fttut-.
6i South Fifth Fast. rlrl.
j Deaths. I 1
A Hfeu J is South S'i'. June 14. 1
fl. lilMur
lJt Bfcarriage Licenses.
KSuton tai Margaret OMt, both o( I
a A Carter and L'.ll'.o Etanrnn. both nf
IS Hp Harrla, Reitmnr. and Zlna K
V-Sfetrdlir anl Hirr'.et Nr. both of (
Hj leit aa4 tie Eurlara. Lambert.
CaHpkB ar.'i La net Iron, both
itVHka ad Va Smith, both .
ftU:'r.. and Hcln " ibth
Khtle and Th!:a W. Wataon. both
Jjjjjl Kl and o-ph,e Sfi. hr.;h nf Amar-
Bn !'a-. -r- - Tdnho Fill', and
hMaaaaaf3 rht'nn.
B. rrwrnii t. n j Fllia
tin uvo
HbT atd Ccona Totir.g. both of fall
HpM'V Claorfltld. and Ella Howard.
Hrf Kaarr. l.o Ancelci, ar.d Sarah
2B- Arit Haxel Eatlla i
fKaWld. 8ao Bfrna'4!r.o. and Batty
Uk'
ball! and MaT M ShHr. bot'a of
BNt''" Johnnoo and I.oli L. Modilt,
Hv " Paarl Tf Id. both of LsVe
Wv Abbla Ba!
Hfe Ml Lak. and Ethel L. flmper.
WaBettM, Loan, r-l Mjr-Jj RrjiftreBi
MjHsM tad
Hp4' Jt-. nd Elma Cook, both of
LVfiBK'' Kesneth 1 Ffarlr
HP''1 hd Lou Workman, both of
r tn Bteaaor E. Collett. bolh nf
yCLrt'er '" "' ITanien. boib
r4 R4rah E CJerrard, both
Hx,tr" d Marr I Hoggan. both
MjlHfM 1015 Krlijran h0t
j na both
HMBll itat TrariBfer.
WT aB8il,fc,n'ID7 " L.
gSF 14M' "'Uhlaod Fark
Prdl Sfl-urlt' ,nrnpDT to
jBfklat a""1 'n' '
fitlWirhlwrn7 ' .enj.'.ntf I 71-0
hloek 1. MapUood addl-
flkaB'0?. '? ,,e,r- P- -ton...
IlB!.. n b,ock
fW uf.Jf? "S'.hultaea?. lor
rAWn ti V UnloD
iwfeVoVk i 'i K'5
"tafcl2ir0TP1'!'r ' 3"'
Eii CO!,8tlT,ation' ''hamber
tZ (,'U,I, an sTreeable
J" lM bowela without any
So-'Eas' OUT-
' trt?lm 0,tyr
KV Excursion vj Ore
.KT ' ,7VfntH for rat-s
rfctJh t CU,arH- "it v ticket
tjfel I
I Today tie People Will Start to Our Big Removal Sale ! 1
May we take you into our
confidence for a minute j
jo into some of the
secrets of merchandising
o explain why our big j
Kj Removal Sale will offer j
jctA opportunities to save
before?
Our departments are conducted like
Wffi separate and distinct stores which are di-
rected by a central organization. Each
imt department stands alone, each, however,
WJJ conforming to mutually advantageous
policies grouped to facilitate service
ruB and to save duplication of expenses,
vr Thus it comes about that departments
can easily undersell similar separate
RWp stores which of necessity are burdened
with heavy or duplicate expenses,
rjlfe And norAvnthstanding the wideawakpness of
jP the department management, no departmont,
? no separate store, ever surreeds in wholly sell
WlR ing out all stocks during a season. Under the
JP ' inevitable law of doing business certain storks
l accumulate in spite of indefatigable effort.
JfTB Quick turnovers of stocks, which are the very
f life of progressive business, and knowledge of
tbe danger of accumulation of old stocks, cre
WB ate the necessity for advertising ( which is a
T story in itself along this line). Although de
partment stocks are more nearly depleted
fim through advertising (which means quick turn
overs), certain accumulation is unavoidable.
Keith-O'Brien's extraordinary Removal
Hm Sale affords opportunity to uncover certain
staples, certain desirable merchandise which
never goes out of fashion; maybe
Wjn ("arpcts, Jlusra, Draperies. Dishes, GranitewaTe, Shirts,
f Neckwear, Underwear. Linen, Art. Needlework Sup
yo plies. Dress Goods. Silks, Tnmminjrs, Embroideries,
jvk Laces, Umbrellas, Certain Makes of Gloves, Toilet
jfj lie Preparations, Stationery. Jewelry, leather Goods, Ho
JVJT sierv, Muslin Underwear, Shoes, Boys' and Girls' Ap-
pareL WaistB and o on at prices' so low as to be
o startling.
Lots of these goods are from broken lines
things which are as perfect todav as when
A first received. MERCHANDISE OF THJS
Wig CHARACTER WILL BE INCLUDED WITH
'Hr OUR FRESHER STOCKS all subject to
especially low prices.
rifth A TELEGRAM TYPOGRAPHICAL ER-
WIP ROR TUESDAY READ: "50 PER CENT
X DISCOUNT ON ALL MERCHANDISE
Wife WHICH DOES NOT CARRY A GREATER
RP REDUCTION."
jrt THE DISCOUNT SHOULD HAVE READ
WB 15 PER CENT, AS WAS ADVERTISED IN
nHP THE OTHER PAPERS.
T All Lace
1 Curtains
ifiL Reduced
WTp Space does not permit of
b descriptions. The entiro
JL stock is reduced in price.
VAn Selection is offered in Not-
lljfj tinjfham, Cluny, Brussels,
4 Irish point, in white and
A. Arab colors.
WId AJUL one. two and
f THREE-PAIR LOTS
? WILL BE CLOSED OUT
jjnjh AT HALF PRICES.
-NIP $1.00 values 70e
5 $1.35 values 85o
I fl.W values $1-10
1nO 3,00 values $1-5
Tdn $4.00 values $2.50
WP ?5.50 values $3.50
5 $7.75 values U-7? I
? $lf).no values $o.75 j
KflR $17-fi0 alues $8.7R i
JCUh 10.75 values $11.50
vT Portieres silk damask
? nd tapestry.
JfAfi 95.00 for $8-00
fdjD W.00 for $4.50
T $7.50 for $5.00
)d $11.50 for .$6.00
(gfe ffit
An arrangement with tha
manufacturers does not
ivk permit us to sell the Bifid.
Ifllt Clarpet Sweeper IBM than
JIJP established prices.
The comfort and
luxury of Oriental j
Rugs and Carpets
are well known.
The oniy reason for not being
found in moderate homes is
the prices at which they
usually sell. All homes fine
homes, moderate homes
should lake advantage of our
Removal Closing Out Sale of
beautiful Persian and Oriental
rugs.
In this sale the pricei ace such
low fifeurs cheaper than th
Indian blanket that nowhere
in this part of the country can
be bought at prices anywhere :
near ours during the Closing
Out Sale. We have sold to a
great many people happy peo
ple now. We have still on
hand two piles of assorted
rugs in every grade and
weave, and a nice selection fan
be made. Every rug is marked
down in plain figures
People Were Waiting for
Our Sale Which Opens
Today !
Wednesday was about the dullest day
Salt Lake ever saw.
The Keith-O'Brien store was closed.
In all of the open stores a restless spirit
prevailed.
Not many shoppers were out.
Evidently their thoughts were on the
morrow, the beginning of Keith'-O'Brien's
big sale.
On a street car Tuesday evening, fol
: lowing our big announcement of the Re
moval Sale, a shoe salesman in another
store remarked :
" W hai a t a t todav of thp publiti
waiting for Keii h n 'Bri"n 'p bijr ?alp.
Main strct was deerted and will be
Wednesday. Today 1 made onlv one
sale. That shows the power of the
bie store and give? an idea of itj hold
on tho people. T venture a guess that
it will swing trade to state street when
it gets settled over there."
Boys' and Girls' Ready-to-Wear
Apparel
2D to 50 pgr cent discount
GIRLS' AND tTUNIOR MISSES' DRESSES Our
entire stock of both spring and summer dresses for this
sale at 20 to fiO per cent, discount from regular prices.
This is a splendid stoek of house, street or party dresses,
in white and eolors. Girls' sizes, f to 14 years. Junior
sizes, 15 to 19 years. The discounts rary from 20 per
cent on the newest and most seasonable styles to 50 per
cent on others.
JUNIOR MISSES' SUITS All our doth suits, in
cluding white and navy serges; in sizes 14 to 18 years
ONE-THIRD OFF.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND REEFERS Cloth oats.
Half Price: wash coats, 20 per cent discount.
GIRLS' STRAW AND STLK HATS Values from
one fifty to five dollars 95c. $1.35 and $2.48.
BOYS' SUITS The entire remaining stock of boys'
spring suds, sizes 2 1-2 to 9. in the prevailing models antl
from 7 to 17 in the eoat models, for this sale 25 PER
CENT DISCOUNT.
BOYS' SUMMER WASH CLOTHES The season's
newest models m colors and white, sizes 21-2 to 10 years
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER TROUSERS 500 pairs
hoys' hiirh grade, all wool trousers, including serges and
all wash goods 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
BOYS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS HATS AND CAPS
PAJAMAS AND NIGHT SHIRTS BELTS SUS
PENDERS AND OVERALLS All positively new stock
and the most desirable furnishings made for boys 20
PER CENT DISCOUNT.
Soda Fountain
During Sale all 15c specials 10c.
Thursday Ice Tream Sodae oc
Fridav Ire f'ream, pr dish 5e
Saturday Sherbet, per dish Be
RIBBONS
50 per 1'ent off on all hand made articles half prices.
50 per cent off ou all ribbon roses half prices.
STATIONERY
Carry the News to Garcia of These Wonderful
Prices
A 50c box of Parisian novelt stationery, reduced to 25c.
A 35c pound of linen stationery reduced 1o 20c
25c linen tabids reduced to ,,.15c
A 15c package of linen envelopes reduced to 10c
8 for 25c.
AltL OTHER STATIONERY, BOXED OR IN POUNDS: ALSO
TALLY AND DINNEB CARDS REDUCED 20 PER CENT.
W omen 's Neckwear, V eils.
Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Just a few items to give you an indication
of tho sweep of reductions. The departments j
mentioned above are teeming with new goods, i
new styles, at prices during the Removal Sale
lower than we ever before sold goods at.
Our entire line of fichus, the season's novelty for I
summer dresses, made of fancy nets and laces, values
to $12.0050 per cent Half Price.
Black chant illy drape veil, 2 yards long, values to
$1 75 Special 85c.
Hand embroidery handkerchiefs, dainty and sheer,
35c values Special 19e.
I
All Is in Readiness for w I
the Biq Removal Sale 1
I EVERYTHING in the store will be I
reduced a general, sweeping discount Jf
of 15 per cent followed by price-con- fm
cessions to way below cost lots and
lots of things less than half prices, fm
This takes in all stocks our beautiful f
new stocks. fm
This is the first sale wherein all prices iL
have been reduced on Mich a sweeping
scale. But new stocks are to brighten irL
the new store, and all present stocks
converted into money. iL
The character of a store marks the
success or disappointment of a big W)g
sale. Keith-O'Brien's reliability is such
that when we say this big Removal
Sale is our best effort the biggest val- j.
ues any previous sale ever carried, we W6
know the public will accept the state-
ment as a fact.
1 Come you'll see and be delighted. I
Brooms I t I
A Clean Sweep--Special for Thursday 1 I
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 0
A FACTORY SHIPMENT jfljg
WHICH WE WILL OFFER M 1 vr
FOR ONE DAY ifo
At 25c SBk X I
If' ash Goods
TIED SEAL GINGHAMS Our
regular stock, not a lot of short
lengths; all colors; were l2Vc yard
9c yard.
ZEPHYR GINGHAM Fine qual
ity, plaids, checks and stripes also
plain colors, 32 inches wide; our
regular 16 2-.c gingham 12V--C yd.
A N DK RSON 'S SCOTCH Z E
PHVB We have taken all our tine
gmghams, which were 35c and 25c
per yard, and reduced them to 10c
vard.
VIVELLA FLANNELS This
flinnel has a world wide reputation
t'nr finepeia and style, is nonshrink
able Sells the world over for T5c
vard. actual cost is 55c yard; sale
price 50c yard.
IMPORTED SWISSES Genuine
St. Gale embroidered swirises, twenty
tyles. to select from, all new de
signs former price 75c and $1 .CO
vard 4Sc vard
BATISTE 30 inches wide, wi
small printings in neat designs,
showiug stripes and all over pal
terns, 30 inches wide, were l"c yard
9c yard
EM broi pf.red MULLS -These I
have a tine ground of morecrizod
mull with designs embroiderer! on;
in colors that are absolutely fast, 40
inches wide, price was 75c vard
59c yard
Beddings
PILLOW CASES Hemmed cases
I made from heavy muslin, 45x31
inches were 15c each 12Vc.
45x36inch PILLOW CASES
With deep hem; all pure white mus
lin; well made were ISi-. each 15c
each.
SH PETS 76xft0 seam sheet ; au
J extra heavy, serviceable iquality
i were 69c each 55c each.
76x90-lN('H SEAMLESS SHEET
- 'Woven for service; are pure white
and torn sizes were 79c each 57c
car b,
81x90 SEAMLESS SHEET j
Closely woven quality, free from
dressing were 80c each 67i each. j
8.1x99 SEAMLESS SHEETS j
Full quality muslin ; 'torn sizos and 1
well made no dressing perfect
goods were 8ic each 69c.
RED SPREADS Hemmed satin
spreads in half a dozes pretty de
signs, slightly soilcl, arn perfect
1 otherwise; size 80x90 inches were
4.50 each for $3.25 each.
FINE MARSEILLES SPREAD
With hemmed ends: extra quality;
dean fresh goods from our regular
stock size 8Sx9S inches were
$5.25 each on sale for $4.00 each.
EM PRO I D E RED B E DDTNG
Pillow cases, pillow shams with
initinlF. Embroidered sheets nnd
Sheets and pillow case sets AT
COST.
T owels
White towels stumped with plain
borders. Regular 35c and ."SOc, for
25e.
Canyon Hats vr I
In B as f ment VifUX
Cood peanit bodies for can-
yon and outing, 25c. a
Sailors K' I
Good quality and style, ?
women's and misses, 4e. If
A few trimmed hats, 48c. T
15 PER CENT DIS
I COUNT OX EVERY-
THING IN EVERY M
DEPARTMENT WHICH WP
DOES NOT CARRY A X
?
I Novelties W I
i At Removal Sale Prices. lmb
, Who can refrain from com- JvjJJ
, ing to Salt Lake's greatest
actual sale? lloft
Jewelry novelties, values from AWP
o 25c to 50c, reduced to . . 15c V
Jewelry novelties, values from
60c to 95c, reduced to . . tAJU
Jewelry novelties, $1 to $1.75 f
reduced to 35c
! Jewelry novelties. $2 to $2.95, WJS
reduced to 50c
ALL JEWELRY NOVELTIES Wlte
: NOT MENTIONED IN THIS
i ADVERTISEMENT AT HALF v?
PRICES.
Women's leather hand bags, V
50c to 75e, reduced to . . 38c A.
; Women's leather hand bags, jvllj
$3 25 to $2.25, reduce! to 98c
Women's leather hand bags. lS
$2.50 to $5, reduced to $1.9S
Women's leather haml bags. XT
$6 to $7.50. reduced to $2,98 jvx
Women's leather hand bags, M
$8 to $10. reduced to . .$3.98 T
All bags vcr $10 reduced to v
I halfpr.ee. Wp

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