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i fAfi FROM THE SEA
' ncisco Girl Attempted Suicide
feaoseShe Pined for the
t tol-IS, May sA-Mcdical skill
ft T- cived the life of Margarita
monV nEel 1?, who, despondent
3 ' 1 ,' he' could not return to
'Se'how wltWn sight oC the
HoU at San Francisco, yester
1 -.iloed cocaine.
pr i child" as the nurses at tho
Kvho heard her story of loneli
her. came to St. Louis
it0?h atfo with friends. She ex
c,Knd the summer studying
m-c f-ilnthUB burnishing: with
H fforIf the education she had re
! the convent of the Sisters of
iTd n cacramento. All her former
f-deW the school days spent
-feonvent, had been passed beside
across half the continent and
ltv ofthe Inland life diverted
5SS for two ",ceks" Then canie
U'la real voice."
fiJrvli. "At night when all was
would awolie hcaiinx. it
PV, the thunder of tho surf. The
blue billows toss one ovtr the
E.r tho sails of ships-ah, it was
iWhe cnll was so insistent.
Unditd the longing- many daya I
i ti.i mother wanted me to remain
Uout the- fair. But how could
ITr the call; I was to lonely my
fcnds could not cheer me, for I
Cited the companionship of the sea,
Wtot humanity I wanted to be nlono
vVtr boat out by the seal rocks, with
ktl&Mn'P lullaby for company.
Hiit nlsht I was ill and more lonely
Jftf jver Again, stronger than ever,
Vjlrc for th xa seized mo. I ro
3Lfthe Impulse at first, but rc
Ztt became misery and I decided
,ud relief In death. T took the co
ar.d was dying when my room
gftomi to our room and found mo.
i JU a ns I am strong I am going
to California back to homo and
JIG FOR BUSINESS
fcij Have to Hold Their Heads Too
, High, and Customers Don't
11 Like It.
'AillCAGO, May 8. Managers of tho
Urge department stores lierc say
j that the value of a saleswoman's
: nniccj Is In Indirect proportion to
lbs b-elght. breadth and thickness o
sfcriuio adornment. In other word?,
Myser the pompadour tho less at
IsSrf the ?aleawoman will be to her
,'fTThr Is If" echoed the head floor
tdk of on of the big State street
isrru "Well, in tho llrst place, a salcs
iteiii both hands to wait on cus
If she wears a pompadour ono
i(.t!sK fluffy, Dutch roll affairs built up
u t rat Km? band is constantly occu
H. kplnf? It from falling over hor
'M-tt pushing hor Florodora curl out
(Ilsr cjj. They can't stoop over or
iimtngeraent Is likely to fall to pieces.
Vfr heads arc always up In the nir,
W if they happen to have retrousse
the result la an appearanco of line
'Diy after day women complain. "That
Wit the glovo counter held her head
ulijh In the air I felt I was being com
fctttcd by her waiting on me,' or, 'If
& girl at tho ribbon counter would
si? off her high horse and appear a
Ifcj: latcrcsjed In her customors. 1 would
itaaore disposed to trade here.'
"pa complaints became so general
1xa Investigation was made. Detec
a Kro employed, and they reported
nt.tbe Klrls ivlth the big pompadours
'w the causa of all tho trouble. They
wl to hold up their heads to keep up
pompadoure, and tho customers
traa't avoid the Impression that tho
iw th patronizing them.
,--: wo found that on bargain daya
jjexnadour glrla were co busy with
hair that they worked very little
Ibilr hands. Tlie girl with hor hair
tM or combed back plainly may look
MJJiw a nhow jdrl, but she makes a
liw the women customors.
" are thinking seriously of ordering
e Art employees to take out their
and comb thoir hair straight back.
?P ltin the middle, llko their moth
3 tttd to do. From a buslncsa point
wff tne Htralght bang would be pref
to tho puffy, stringy stylo In vogue.
Lui. 1 w anything more clumsy or
"walni: than tho mop of hair pulled
r donTi over one eye the Florodora
. ti.tr call It."
1 The Delineator for June.
eL'nlV ot Iashion who may turn to
?Dillncator in ncr june ieSUre for
rnt, as well as the busv wo
Tho may pick it up for relaxation,
ftnd good ilctlon and general artl--jj'o,
wide interest "The Glyer of
3fvJr'JE a refi-eshing little tale
uuph Frnscr, and two college
are pleasant reminders of days I
g ,ar to many readers. The con
chapter of "The Evolution of a
Woman" brings to nn end this
r ,if elub llfc- fron one Point of
'hat has awakened such wlde
interest. The romance and thrill
-p55urnber i8 supplied by the -story
Ribteca Boone, the Wife of the
n,el Beone," and the beau
hlnese and Indian photographs
r'i ,round tho AVorld" series will
eTt'ry one u'ho hay or has not
ft! , abroad' Junc" Intere.sts at
Stir "preseted by an article on
l-u. Eo3CC9 Window Garden
aJr..0ne on the lea aesthetic
necessary topic of "Houeehold
lmr SLm1 h " cullary pages.
m?l l0umcc sim comes on tho
nndM eh.L tne children with hla
lie coninan(1 , "Mr- Albert 331gelow
Rn in&w..h,s "Gaen Calendar,"
toti '"5" wUh 8Ccdf' and
F'oivompn11 .olll("r uWeets of inter
T aleo pasD n review.
IN'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
LV,T& nver & Hio Grande.
kEu Louisa fe.tUrn
ifcK ve?8aetUrn V,a Chlca
to Tucrtky and PridnS
f E any n ,ch2knsS Cllolcti or
BT your eye ow "SlsTna.
By Barry Pi-eston. I
(Copyright, 1JMW, by T. C. McClurc)
"What you need," said the younger
Miss Ttodmau to the big young man
who lounged on the rail, "is a thorough
course of sprouts. Tou can't expect to j
win Nan's heart with five-pound boscs.
of candy and expensive flowers alone."
"I imagine I am a trifle or raw in
these things," said Hicks, smiling at
the earnest face before him.
Jt was an attractive face, full of
pretty dimples, and prone to flash upon
you some surprising expression you had
never dreamed' could be so entrancing.
"I am a rather faint-hearted courtier,
I'll ndmlt," he added, with an easy
"You are, that's true," said Miss Hod
man. "Girls especially girls like 2sTan
admire aggressiveness in men. You
are altogether too passive. It fairly
made my blood boil the way you let
that presumptuous young Williams
take Nan from you for a drive just
now. What made you let her go?" she
"My dear Miss Rodman," said he, "I
am not Nan's keeper. What right had
I to say whether she should go or
"Act as if you had the right, any- ,
way," she advised.
"I'm fearful of the consequences if I
did," said he. "You see, all those years
when I dwelt at the mines, with only
the society of half-breeds and Greasers,
have done their full work. In the soci
ety of such women as your sister I'm
as bashful as a schoolboy."
She looked at hlm, and a frank smllo
curvey the corners of her mouth.
"I'll help you." she said. "If you
were like the other men here, I'd never
offer my services; but you're so big and
good-natured and so helpless. I'll take
pity on you."
"Thanks," he said. "I need help bad
ly. What do you intend to do?"
"Educate you," she said, "or educate
the fear of women out of you. ' I believe
I'm the only girl here you're not
"May I ask for some hint as to your
methods." he said.
"I'll serve as dummy and instructor
in one." she explained. "You must de
vote two weeks to me. Begin as If vou
had just met me. take me driving and
to the dances and all that sort of thing.
In short, make love to me and finally
propose. I'll watch you carefully and
give you points. When you've taken
your diploma in this course, strike out
Hicks straightened himself on tho
"I'm awfully grateful, to you," ho
said with conviction. "It's no end kind
of you to take this Interest and trouble.
When do wc begin?"
"No time like the present," she
laughed. "Ypx may go down to the
.stable, get the cob and take me for a
"Look here," said Hicks, "Til do my
very best, and I'll try to get my lessons
thoroughly. I'll bring some candy along,
"Not yet," she said. "That will come
in tho advanced lessons."
She watched him walk briskly down
the walk, and a bewildering smilo
brought out all her dimples.
"I wouldn't have gone with Williams
If I'd been Nan." she said, pointedly, as
she went into the house to array herself
for the drive.
f t! p
The next two weeks were busy ones
for Hicks. Ho was devotion Itself to
the younger Miss Rodman. He took
her to tho Casino dances and sent her
endless supplies of candy and flowers.
They drove together through the sur
rounding country; they poked about the
river in a punt, and discovered all sorts
of jolly retreats and Quaint little lovers'
The elder Miss Rodman looked on
with condescending approval. She be
gan to treat Hicks with sisterly frank
ness. Two weeks earlier this would
have made him extremely uneasy. Now
he did not care.
Hicks and his instructor wore punt
ing on the river one afternoon. The
girl looked up suddenly.
"You're coming on all right." she said,
encouragingly. "I didn't Know you
could say such nice things as you have
"Neither did I," lie said, with a
frankness that set them both laughing.
"I think," said she, "you've got about
all you can out of this course. There
fore. I'll give you your diploma, and
you'd better begin on Nan."
"Just a little longer," Hieks objected.
"I need more confidence yet."
He looked nt the girl' quizzically, and
their eyes met only for a moment, for
hers suddenly fell.
"If you like, then," she said, and
laughed rather artificially-.
Two evenings later they sat in a
quiet corner of tho Casino veranda.
Through the open windows came the
dreamy notes of a waltz. Hicks leaned
toward the girl and took one of hor
hands in his. In the moonlight he saw
the tell-tale color creep Into her cheeks.
"You haven't any idea what, your in
struction has come to mean to me." he
said. "But now that I have learned
what it means, I can't live without IL
You must instruct me through life. I
shan't say will you marry me, but you
must marry me, Betty."
She started, then laughed softly.
"Oh, yea, of course, the proposal," she
said lightly. "I've no criticism to
make; it's very wfrl done. Only you
must remember at the really critical
time that m,y sister's nanic is Nan, not
"This, is the critical time," said he,
grayely "and 3-011 know I'm not 're
hearsing. I've not given Nan a thought
since that first ride of oirs. I've been
In earnest, terribly In earnest, all the
lime. Don't say you haven't been, too "
She was silent.
"Weren't you In earnest?" he asked
in pleading tones.
Her eyes were looking pensively, far
away, but her hand tightened about his
"Did you ever suppose I was a kin
dergarten for Nan's suitors?" he
' FOR MORNING WEAR,
DESIGN BY MAY M ANTON.
HOUSE COAT 4311.
House coats that are loose ar.d entirely comfortable without being in the
leaBt careless are always In demand and make most delightful gurmonts
for morning wear. This ono fulfills all the requirements and Is box plaited
ibelow a smoothly fitted yoke over which the big collar Is urranged. The
t'leeves are plain and In bell tyle. but finished with the frills which are
always becoming, and the entire garment Is one quite certain to give nmplo
satisfaction. As illustrated the material is flowered dimity with collar of
tucking and frills of embroidery, but various combinations can be made. The
quantity of material required for the medium size is At. yards 21, AM yards 27,
3'3 yards 32 or 2i yards- U Inchea wide. A May Manton pattern. No. 1341, sizes
"2 to 40. will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department of this paper
on receipt of 10 cents.
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J ITZ h The Delineator differs from every other
j magazine in many ways but chiefly in the
1 Isi&F? ""' falness with which each number covers the
Jk I features all of them) that interest a woman.
It isn't merely that there are many fas
Mggg cinating articles on the Season's Styles pic
ggw I turcd in this month's issue and a notable
paper on Home-Beautifying or something
r--m- 1 else next month but each separate number
"--J-1 " " of The Delineator is full of just the things,
and all ihe things, she wants to know about.
There's a lavish abundance of the helpful and the practical
that is not found elsewhere. Take the June number, for instance:
(Five million women of America will read it.)
Vlrws To begin with the A School of Beauty has never really
Fashions, of course, existed before. The nearest to it are
Ig3f2?t?p More to choose be- the cosmetic shops and the doubtful
6 tween and better newspaper articles by alleged " Beauty
T?kB3U pictured thaninany Doctors" and the like. In The
Ikv other magazine you Fountain of Youth" rf&v
il ? ever looked at Dr.GraccPcckham
and through them Murray is showing 'cr
all the safencss of absolute authority that each woman Vi ?Nv
as to Fashion's approval. There arc may control her own 41vA
two gowns shown that are destined beauty. This scries $g)rlp
to but one can't describe them here, is a revelation. f jf v-
And the Hats, too ill
j For Home Builders There is much to interest the Child
9 WTI a house that in this number and as much more
I fifSS. doesn't cost much, that will appeal to its Mother, as for
j looks as though it instance, " Varying Temperaments in
I IWISI" did, and has artistic Children," by Mrs. Thco..W. Birncy,
I SarTT comfort built into Hon. Prcs't Nat-
I ,"s.,v every nook and cor- ional Council of ifS2lS
I ncr of it. This is Mothers. The tots ffirji,
l one of a scries that doesn't deal with themselves have J&li
I architects' dreams, but shows real half a dozen work
D houses, actually built and illustrated and play stories to ' Vt'VyI
I with photographs taken after all the amuse them. J fj)
bills are paid.
"The Joy of Liv- "Around the World in Eighty Pictures" j
ing," is a scries of is the title of a series of picture-letters
thoughtful papers written by a young bride who is making
by Lillie Hamilton the grand toitr as a honeymoon trip.
French, which has The letters are accompanied by a
already given our profusion of the
readers mucli to most brilliant pho- 2y
think about. It tograpbswercmem- vjy
deals with the different phases of home bcr having seen. vJZtXy
life. This month's article is about' She is travelling L
mothers with stay-at-home daughters, through Manchuria -rjBL jT
and both mothers and daughters will in this number.
I read it with interest. IttlV
i Rebecca Boone,thc Fiction is here in plenty. " The Giver
f) l "N'iIC f the famous of Honour" is a Japanese love story
J&txl v pioneer, had a life of singular charm. Two college stories,
Tggv3C0Od hardly less adven- "At the Window of Paradise" and
LSMSa turous than that of " Bailey's Sister," bring the lovc-intcr-
twK l,cr husband. Hair- est nearer home. 11
Zjr breadth escapes The Departments VTn
yT v ' ancj hardships in- arc as fully treated "vKiwL
numerable were hers for many years, as always Club f fr
This is the second in the scries of Women, Needle- --5!tLv6S
"Pioneer Women," and is an Indian work a score of
story of the most fascinating kind other things.
and a true one.
BE SURE TO GET IT
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F. AUERBACH & BRQ Agents, Salt Lake.
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ASSESSMENT NO. 11.
Galena Mino Corporation. PrlnclpaJ
place of business, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Kotlco Is heroby lven that at a incotlnjt
of tho board of directory of Gulon;i mine,
held nt Salt Lake City, Utah, on tho 2nd
day of April. WPI. an assessment of 2 ccnta
pur ubaro waa levied upon tho capital
utock of the corporaUon Issued and out
blandlntr, payablo Immediately to JG. H.
Mtad, secretary of tho company, at hla
office, C17 McCornlck building. Suit Lake
City Utah. Any utock upon which this
arBoa.sracnt may remain unpaid on tho 7th
of May, 1901, will bo dollnquent and ad
vcrtlocd for solo at public auction, and
unltia paymont la made before, will bo
hold on tho 2Sth day of May, 1901, 10 u.
m., to pay tho delinquent assessments
thereon, tORCthor with tho costs of adver
tlalnir and expense of sale.
u513. E. H. MEAD. Secretary.
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Notice of Removal.
Mlgfi Macleod hus removed her dress
making parlors to 23 .W. GtU South,
although ra'.her complicated, la a cla.ss of
work In which wo oro very proficient, and
It has uo terrors for ,Ivo task l too
blp for us to undertake-.
If you have any contracts for tho laying
of sewer pipes, etc., do not be. afraid to
entrust tho same to us. Wc will tako
caro of you.
Specifications carried out In every re
spect, la our aiotto.
Plumtlnp In nil Its branches Is our spe
cialty, and we bpc to bo favoroi, with
A trial order" will mako you better ac
quainted with UB.
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On the Mightiest Bargain Specials jj ;l
TODAY'S BIGGEST BUSINESS II
. i!1 ' iH
This morning- from Oo 12 o'clock. This afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. J) '
SPECIAtl "SPECIAL! 1
240 Pair Lace Curtains Our Shoe Dep't.
at 36c a Pair . . V H
nft0ma Good Shoes jjil'H
!oWuI 'Te'llrrLl011 ffiSl EwP6nfeS56 S10 - SOSITIVglJ !: ( j
Ta ffie? prk?T. .? ..A....... 980 I j
llko moro oxponslvo goods. Wo have -10 1
pair that we'll sell Monday Ast mi,0 , , , , , 1 ,
from 9 till noon at, pair 30 This ftGmon from 2 to 5 o'clock. .
0 r SPECIAL I !
This morning from 9 to 12 o'cioclc CLOAK DEPARTS N'T. '
SPECIAL! w. rtl x !' 1
The Latest Wool Dress OfeSS Skirts
Fabrics, Values Up to fs, '
$1.00 at 39c yard.
Inoluding plain all wool French scrgos, ' s ' f
Scotch tweed6. changeable brllllantlne. V x B
checks and plaids, all wool granites, all 1 ft I ' (l . , '
wool Venetians, values up to ?1, for the R . Uj I i b IH
TLTJZ.?r. 39 I
This morning: from 9 to 12 o'clock. 'I i,
SPECIAL! ' ! ll 1
A SOAP SALE. LV jlN . 'H
Snowberry C 1
Floatinp; Bath Soap J 1 ?! I
In extra large bar3, a Unc. rofreahhig. Cs-- I !' 1
lasting bath and toilet soap, regular 10c Zlf I l' I
sellers, on sale Monday, 9 to -y Ii
12 only, at, a bar Ku I I
- r . Voile dress skirls of extra quality French t j t
m, . , . . , voile, several different styles neatly M
This morning- from 9 to 12 o'clock. trimmed with folds of silk, some cut f
SPECIAL! with trains, others round length, come i
, lu pretty shades of blue, tan, white and i,
Boys Cloth in? Section b,ack values. si6.m. jrgo and m. tor a r IH
J & thrco hours special, tako your aQ f
Boys' Mother's Friend waist In fancy cholco at. each '. -CPO.tJ !
striped percales and madras, ages 4 to )
31 years, lgular 63c and 75c . A. 1 b
values. SALE PPvICE 43r This afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. i II
This moniinf romOlo 12 o'clock. M d02cn rcady.inade ' j , H
cloak department Bleached Bed Sheets lil
Best Waist News of theDoublr 1)C(l 2Uj yard8 lon. and ' , H
Reason. yardt wide, mado of a standard sheeting, ,
neatly hemmod. worth Sou, Monday from j, ' A
2 to 5 p. m.. limit 4 to a qx i'H
f customer, at OT " l' bH
ltB a momentous occasion and worthy I IbH
a of j-our special attention. IT'S WORTH .
A"! tF, WHILE AND SHOULD PROMPT YOU ' JM
i f TO LOOK FORWARD AND BUY FOR u
y.' FUTURE NEEDS. .t
jjjjl This afternoon from 2 to 5 ryclock. I
iWv Ladles' belts In a variety of nobby . ' BB
?VvS&'-5Ky ml29 styles in soft leather or silk with fancy , i-
V V?5a?E'5w or Plain metal bucklcp. splendid 25c and COc . ( ggH
WrnvH values, on flale Monday afternoon; 2 to 3 ,
v'Myl o'clock only, at " ).
fsbw This afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. it 1 1
Como at 9 sharp and avoid the crowd. SPECIAL!
Waists are made of best fjuallty black i t
K'SSKasSofs' Clothing Department
regular $1.50 and $1.T5 gi-ades, for three ,
hours, special, your choice nr-ffw SAMPLES OF BOYS' KNEE PANT r IH
nt. each IfDr SUITS. These suits are worth from --H
Sco window display & to $o and will be sold for less than IgH
! manufacturers cost for S hours i , I bH
only, from 2 to 5 p. m., for... . P J5. i&a
This morning from 9 to 12 o'clock. ' , tBH
SPECIAL! TMs afteraoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. M'
Our Shoe Dep't. special! M
Ladies' Kid Lace Shoes 530 yanis 20-inch puro oyo black taf- ' '
Extension sole, high or low heel. POSI- FETA SllAC' a re,lttbl whlch y,",U '
TIV13LY WORTH 51 .7D, . wear well. Value SDc, for only, -iff
special price 4 125 l'1 04r
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