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Mulletts Clothing Store
Four Big Specials for I
Today and Tomorrow
OUR LADIES FURNISHING GOODS
DEPARTMENT
500 Dolly Dimple Throw Scarfs the newest creation
for the ladies
100 a throw
OUR CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT
500 Boys Sweater Coats 100 values at
45c each
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MEN FURNISHING GOODS DEPT
1000 Mens Sweater Coats regular price 150 at
80c each
25 dozen Outing Flannel Night Shirtsthey are Xtra
good valuesat
95c each
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Visit our subway basement salesroomthe working
men8 headquarters
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Mullett Clothing
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i Half Block West From Main on Second South
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satisfactory at the end of sixty days
we give the money back bteirn
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Phoue OS for the correct time pie construction ad absolute safety Has la
test Improved burner Made of brae through
wtrraated
ut all < 4 nickel plated Every lamp
J late to nearest agency tfllot at your dealarb
MNTNENTAl OIL COMPAliY
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Read HeraldRepublican Want Ads
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I Buy Your Happiness
You cant be happy when you dont
feel like It But If you dont feel lIke
It you can buy Sexine Pills and thus
restore your shattered nerves Sexlne
Pills are guaranteed for nervous men
and women I a box six boxes 5
with full guarantee Address or call
F J Elll Drug Co The Never Sub
stltuto corner Second South and
West lemple streets
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Mulletts Clothing Store
See our two special ads In this morn
Ings paper
The Dolly Dimples Throw Scarfs for
ladies and the Phoenix Mufflers for
men women and children
See our show windows
IULLETT CLOTHING COMPANY
Half block west from Main and Second
South
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Chicago Excursion
Via SaIl Lake Route Very low round
trips rates In effect all stations In Utah
Nov 16 and 17 Good returning to Dec
15 Los Angeles Limited 2Y das from
Juab or Milford to Chicago Electric
lIghted steam heated Observation
buffet car Ask any Salt Lake Rout
agent
Football Excursion to Logan Satur
day Nov 6
Via O S L Round trip 250 Special
at 750 a m Special returning Tickets
limited to the 7th City Ticket office
201 Main street
BLOOD WAS
IMPOVERISHED
A WeIIknown Fort Worth
Man Tells How He Was
Cured
Anaemia and Threatened Can
gumption Yield to the Tonic
Treatment Which Has Cured
So Many Cases Dependent
Upon Thin Blood I
Ana mia is the doctors name for lash
of blood It is readily curable by thE
tonic treatment with Dr Williams
Pink Pills as is shown by the experience
of Mr D S LU1Hlis of No 661 BryJL
avenue Fort Worth Texas He says
My sicklllsg dates as far back at
1895 when all attack of bronchitis fol I
lowed u eIre cold Another attaeb
came in 1h99 and was followed bJ
hemorrhages and all the symptom
incident to r1 mia I had been unlIN
the doctors care for about two years
taking cod1ier oil and other remedies
but was not helped The doctors ther
advised a change of climate and I cams
to western Texas and laid aside doctors
medicine
The doctors pronounced my troubl
anaemia and my blood was so impover
ished that I was threatenEd with con
gumption Hemorrhage of the lung
was present and night sweats were com
mono I had all the varying symptom
accompauyig my disease such as pal
pitation of the heart inaltio liver and
pressure ou the chest 1ly kidneys also
were affected suffered with indiges
tion throughout my sickness It seemfi
as though I could never get sufficient
air into my lungs and there was 3 con
tinual pressure about them and m3
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heart
I first noticed Dr Williams Pin
Pills through reading a newspaper arc
bought some for 3 trial Relief wr <
apparent within a few days fiO far a
headache and a general bloating wn
concerned My other symptoms grad
ually grew less pronounced and I took
the pills al directf I until I felt cured
Even now when well and 8trong I take
them as a tolk
Dr Williams Plllk Pills are sold b
all druggists or will bo rent postpaid
on receipt of price 50 cents per box sir
boxes for 2 iO hy the Dr Williams
1edicine Ir e i tnd N Y
Pioneer Roofing
Furnished laid and guaranteed by
LAMBERT PAPER CO
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All Great Sales
continues to draw big crowds The past four days have been record breakers
breaking an selling records in tIle past history of the house
Friday Many More New Low
Prices Will Be Made
The great ReadytoWear Garment House will assume the appearance of a
giant bargain carnival Every department will be represented in this great No
vember sale
A Few of the Items
Herewith Mentioned
One lot of WOMENS TAILOR IADE SUITS value up to 14 95
2500 at this great November sale will he closed out at
Womens 700 and 800 all wool skirts One lot of women all wool skirts To be
November closed out at this great sale
At this great 3 95
sale 4 9 5 for
A Sale of Waists at 349
An immense sample line of silk and net waists values up to 550 messalines and taffe
ta silks extra good quality material all colors and black
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I TRIMMED MILLINERY
Ladies beautiful trimmed hats dozens if I
different styles to choose from all the
newest fall colorings Especially prica1
for this great November
sale at 3 95
A CHARMING HAT 495
Handsomely and beautifully trimmed with
flowers feathers quills and wings a hat
aristocratic and one that assumes the ap
pearance of n 10 creation
e4 95
While they last at
100 percale shirt waist At
6 9 C
for
this great sale to go
Ladies dressing sacques in the flannelette
material Special
29 c
Long kimonos made of extra good material
in the challie and flannelette loose and
shirred waist effects regular from 230
to 295 Special
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ELEGANT STREET HAT 245
Full worth 500 handsomely trimmed
with feathers velvet and ribbons a large
variety of colors and styles
2 is
to choose from At i
BEAUTIFUL HATS AT 595
Possessing all the charms of a 1200 to
1500 creation many pretty styles to
choose from as well as a large showing
of all the latest new fall
5 95
colors At
Black mercerized petticoats
59c
At this great November sale C
Cl1ildrens cloth all wool coats regular
350 coats sizes from 3 to 5 pears To
go hiale i
for 195
Children flannelette kimonos j sizes 2 4 and
6 Special at this great I
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I UNDERWEAR SPECIALS
i quality cotton fleeced Ladies extra good quality fleeced cotton
Ladies good
2 5 C union suits in ecru and
vests and pants each gray each 5 0 C
Ladies mixed wool and cotton Boys heavy fleeced union
r Vests and pants each 60 C suits each 5 C
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You can make a big reduction iI i I
in the cost of your table I
by following the advice of Sir James Crichton Browne LLD FRS I
Londons greatest medical 1
Authority on food values
Eat plentifully and frequently of
the best oatmealit is the best of aU
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human foods
Quaker Scotch Oats i recognized
the world over as the best oatmeal
made The cheapest food you can eat
The Quaker Oafs company
CHICAGO J
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Neumans
Monoxide
Tooth Powder
and
Tooth Paste
The WIzard of the Teeth
Can be bought at present at the
followIng stores
Doull Drug Co
GodbePitts Drug Co
Hill Drug Co
Halliday Drug Co
F C Shramm Drug Store
Smith Drug Co
SmithBailey
Drug Co
Wholesale Dlstributers
Beware of Substitution and Substl
tutors
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TEACHES fOWLS TO DIE
UNDERNEATH AUTOS
Smart Farmer Lures Chickens to Fly
Into Road So He Can Collect
Damages
That a farmer living on the north road
to Ogden a tow miles from Salt Lake bas
trained his chickens to run Into the road
at the approach of an automobile In order
that he may collect damages for those
that meet death beneath the speeding
wheels was the unique complaint made
by an angry motorist to Justice Stanley A
Hanks yesterday afternoon
The motorist wanted to know If he had
no redress under the law He said that
the farmer had been In the habit of call
Ing his chickens at feeding time with un
automobile horn and the fowls had got
the habIt of breaking at the toot toot
lof any horn and usually broke straight
Into the front of automobiles
It was stated to the justice that the far
mer Is usually not far behind the feath
ered rush to the road and that he has
been collecting excessive damages Jus
tice Hanks said It was the most peculiar
complaint ever made In his court but th t
he could SiC no legal method of prevent I
Ing the farmer from using any kind of a
horn he desired In calling his chickens
So long as he does not Interfere with
his neighbors and his method of feeding I
his chickens Is not declared a nuisance
there Is no way to prevent him teaching
justice his fowls anything he pleases said the j
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TRAFFIC MEN TO MEET
Recapitulation of Work During Year
Will Be Made
Members of the Salt Lake Commercial
club traffic bureau will hold their first
annual meeting at the offices of the Com
mercial club buiding next Monday even
Ing to hear annual reports of the officers I
and traffic manager Three directors are
to be elected to serve one two and three
years respective
In Its one year of existence the local
traffic bureau has brought the most Im
portant rat case In recent years before
the Interstate commerce commission the
case affzcting the welfare practically of
every cItizen In the state of Utah and on
account of the broad scope of the work
undertaken the bureau has received gen
erous financial and moral support from
shippers throughout the state particular 1
in Ogden and Provo
In addition to the receiving of reports
at the meeting Monday night the mem
bers of the bureau will discuss Informally
the work of the last year and Ideas per
taining to the work outlined for the bu
reau for the next year
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ASK ABOUT SALT LAKE
Firms Desirous of Extending Trade
With the Chamber of Commerce
A letter just received by the chamber
of commerce from Cochran Grounds
dealers In handmade Mexican drawn
work at the City of Mexico ask for a list
of dry goods and fancy goods houses in
Salt Lake with a view to opening up a
trade here Secretary J L Perkes fur
nishes the desired Information A letter
from the Jasper Trust company of Jas
per Ala to William W Biter of the Des
eret Savings bank asking for Information
was turned over to Secretary Perkes who
answered It
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START DALY BUILDING
Excavation Begun for Modern Struc
ture in Skyscraper District
York on the excavation for the new
Daly bulldng on the old Kimball corner
at Fourth South and Main streets was
commenced yesterday The architect Is
working on plans for a modern building
though It has not been fully determined
what kind of a structure will be erected
The plans will be submitted to J P Dah
who may approve or change them The
announcement Is made however that the
building will be modern In every particu
lar and will present a good appearance
even alongside the Newl > use skyscrapers
WILL CONTRACT FOR
SCHOOL FURNITURE
At the meeting of the cIty board of ed
ucation next week contracts will be let
for about 800 new seats for the Jefferson
school on South Vest Temple street now
nearing completion The scats will be the
most modern pattern and In this regard
will be like other features of the new
school building ThE JeffErson school will
be finIshed about the first of the year
will be fIreproof and the most modern
type of school buildings In Salt Lake
WILL CHOOSE SUCCESSOR
A special meeting of the teachers re
tirement commission will be held In the
hoard of education rooms Saturday morn
Ing at 9 oclock when the place of Dean
Byron Cummings will be failed Mr Cum
mings resigned some time ago tQ take up
archaeological research work In the south
ern part of the state and the commission
thus loses one of Its most earnest work
era The applications of two teachers for
pensions will be acted upon by the com
mission
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i INCORPORATIONS i
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The Intermountain Land Livestock l
company of Ogden flied articles of In
corporation with the secretary of state
yesterday The capital stock 15 placed ati
100000 In shares of 100 each of whIch
SJS shares are held In the treasury The
officers are William C Hunter presi
dent and treasurer D A Smyth vice
president Frank Smyth secretary These
with Louis Bitton and Mary J Hunter
comprise the dIrectorate
or
WIFE CHARGES CRUELTY
Cruelty and failure to provide an
charged against Charles W Lancaster In
a suit for divorce flied by his wIfe Car
rie In the district court yesterday SIll
says her husband has not provIded for
her since Sept 1 1007 and charges thai
In August of the same year he gave her
a cruel beating They were married In
Lander Yyo Oct 20 Deb All the wife
asks Is a divorce
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TO PLANT NORWAY MAPLES
Arrangements are being made by George
M Cannon Co for the planting of Nor
way maple trEeS In Emerson Heights
near Eleventh South and Thirteenth East
streets Mr Cannon stated yesterday he
had decided on the Norway maple because I
Is was a hardy tree 0
MORE NEW BUILDINGS
Permits Issued for Structures to Cost
Nearly 75000
Building permits aggregating S73S00 were
issued by Building Inspector A B Hirth
yesterday the largest ot which was for
the new addition to the Alta club on
Brigham street just east of State which
will cost 00000 The permits are as fol
lows
H E Pack 0002468 and iiOO South
State onestor frame stores 1500
H E Pack rear W South State street
flvehoullC frame terrace
Ray Harvey alterations to front of
cafe 210 South State 00
Alta club threea tory stone building 20
rooms 00008
P O Perkins rear 4557 East Stith
South street sevenhouse frame terrace
5500
S 1r Bailey 219 West Sixth South
street brick addition 000
S A Clements 106 Fourth avenue
frame additIon 100o
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER
Elisabeth Holland Anderson to
Thomas W Jones part lot 2 block
100 plat D 10
Vllliam N Dunlap et a1 to Jay C
Williams lot i6 part lot 57 block 8
Oakley subdivision 2000
Utah Nursery company to Earl A
Hood part lot 20 block 3 Geneva
place 400
Maria H Collins to Lulu P Sharp
part lot 4 block 119 plat D 900
A N Humphries et at to Carrie P
Chlfendtr lots 33 34 35 and 36
Sunnyside addition ro1
A N HumphrlES ot al to Helen W
enger lots 28 29 SO 31 and 32
Sunnslde addItion 1250
Charles Obern et al to Edwin W
Tern part section 34 township 2
south range 1 east 9
Andrew A Sorenson to Dim cl A
Hanson part lot 1 block 3 pint E 10
Catherine T McGurrln to Edwin
Rodman lots l6 and 17 block 1
Hill Park subdivision 200
Jacob W Jenson et at to E G
Stockman part lot 4 block 2 plat
D 1
Anna Marks to Samuel B Clark
part lot 8 block 55 plat B 10500
Walter F Hogan et al to James H
Dunn part lot 7 block 133 plat A 630
Joseph Baumgarten et at to Anna
Hefty part lot 6 block 14 plat A 1101
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Read the adsand youll be
SURE about it
County Jail Bombarded With
AntiPain Bullets for Fiends
Bombardment of the county jail with
airguns loaded with morphine for the
dope fiends Incarcerated In the county
jail Is the latest method adopted In an
effort to get drugs to the prisoners and
Deputy Sheriff Burt Siegel Is still gasp
Ing with astonishment over the near
success of the plan and the esc ne of two
youths who fired on the bastI from a
vacant lot west of the jail yesterday after
noon The net screen outside the bars ofl
the windows prevented the pellets from
entering the jail
In years of experience with the habits
of persons who are addicted to the use
of morphine and opium such a daring and
novel plan to secure dope has not been
tried before All manner of schemes have
been discovered by which friends of thE
prisoners have tried to convey drugs to
the inmates Morphine has been found
carefully bidden in bananas and other
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fruit But not until yesterday has any
body tried to shoot dope through the
windows of the jail
Two boys were observed yesterday
afternoon apparently shooting at small
birds In the jail yard with airguns Dep
uty Sheriff Siegel decided to Investigate
and started to the door The boys fled
and disappeared out Second South street
The deputy saw one of the shot lying on
the ground under a jail window und curi
osity Impelled him to pick It up It was
the size of ordinary buckshot butlt was
not lead
The shot was taken Into the jail of
fice and examined and was found to be
a pellet ot gum opium It Is supposed that
friends or the prisoners suggested thg
scheme and supplied the drug which the
boy were firing at the window of the
jail Several dope fiends have recently
keen Incarcerated but they disclaimed all
knowledge of the affair

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