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1 Tb3S SAJ7rIjAJO: TfiESTOtB: Thursday Mobotn-g, May 12,. 1904. H
Mimt to (Uotnen,
J A WILL AND A WAY. j
BY MARTHA IdVCUL LOCH-WILLIAMS.
(Copyright, 1904, by Martha McCulloch-Williams.)
j .,,. there ought to be a law
M ;ia5s m" Jcan sa,d 1,a,f
(Jk ''fo I-Blmost." Aunt Mary an-
flLV ' i with a little sigh.
BfR :sTi I Jcan begun to laugh, a
58' ' 5SS, Mi,,ns peaI- K00tl 10 hcIU''
SJ 'S waf any other time I shouldn't
11 I i Jilt eo very much." Aunt Mary
1 sfS "I'm bound to say it for
1 ,,!se,hcr mi' brother John, he's as
J anb3 until he's crowded
-4 : . cone out of bis way to quarrel
hlUJ Hymes but knowing poor,
i .u-cle'jlmmy Jackson as he did. he
3 L fcund to stand up for that will
1 what the old man bad told
IDS ftovcr ana over and over"
Wkeoff." Jean Interrupted, then with
f-J rWh. "I ow, t00' Aunty difrllr,ff
JJre distressed because I shall be left
. r4l K)h, all we want is a chance to have
Ltfjpal: for herself," the Major an-
iiati B;! t ? Hymes party. .1 do want to
a jtB4rradfu)ly Not so much on ac
kMtol Rob Hymes himself, as to see
TMHia-nl1 else Is there and what the
"""KVons Mrlll do to get a berfu apiece "
.W'H-in' I believe you'd like to have a
p -jHp trux yourself. Miss." Aunt Mary
jBHft'rifj Jan smiled and nodded.
X. JB'Ba? 1 wouldn't go gunning for them,
Z-JujKirton fashion noL If I prow to the
Bt!? But they are bound to murry
MMJbhorv they have no money to
r.:k of, and can't well do anything
jyjnfcvsh ynu couldn't do Anything else
?iil",5'l: 1-1011 ou wou'nt oil your
head so high you never see me," some
body said through the open window. It
was Rob Hymes, who had been eaves
dropping these last three minutes. He
went straight to Aunt Mary, kissed her
handsomely, and patted her hand, then
turned reproachful eyes on Jean.
"If you think mother and I mean to
be drawn into this absurd quarrel, you
clearly don't know the sort of folk we
are. The case is Just this unless you
say you'll come, there won't be any
"Why, rtob. I'd love to but how can
I. with our fathers glaring and breath
ing out threatenlngo whenever they
think of each other?" Jean walled.
Rob snapped his fingers. "That for
all their rows," he said. "I hate to seem
wanting in respect to my elders and
betters, neighborhood dignitaries, too
but Squire John Bascom and Henry
Hymes are a pair of spoiled children In
spite of their gray hairs, and need to
bo disciplined accordingly."
"Who's going to do it?"
Rob dropped his eyes and answered
meekly: "I propose to be an humble
Instrument In the hands of divine prov
dence and the Claytons."
"Indeed! Tell us about It. I don't
believe there's anything to tell.'.'Jcan
said, propping her toes together, and
laying her hands primly in her lap.
Rob filliped them delicately, then
went on- "Wc all know those old gen
tlemen have agreed ever since wc two
were born that wc were born on pur
pose for each other. Indeed, my father
thinks my main reason for being Is to
give him a chance of calling you
daughter. To bring them to their
senses. We must pretend not only to
have taken up their quarrel, but that
we are going to marry somebody else."
"Toii'll have an excellent chance to
do It If you say sweet things to Elsie
Clayton," Jean said. "But it's differ
ent with me I don't know a soul I
would dare to propose to "
"I know several who arc simply dy
ing for a chance to propose to you
t1iMiK ' TfnV. nlr1 rnllnnt1v. nlavlllC
plgs-went-to-markct with her lingers.
Aunt Mary tried to look scandalized,
but ended by laughing heartily. Jean
drew down the corners of her mouth,
and pretended to sigh, asking: "Where
shall I find them, Robby. dear? I am
simply dying to say 'Yes!' and 'Thanky'
"There's no time llko the present
and you have never accepted me out
right." Rob retorted. "But at the party
you are to smile your sweetest on Ben
Lloyd and Ben only. I know it'r. pret
tv tough on him but he has promised
not to mind. Seeing he can't have you
himself, he's ready to do a man's part
to help you get me."
Then the three fell to talking all at
once. It was late afternoon when Rob
went home, humming a love tunc, and
smiling as he rode along.
The Hymes party turned out lo be far
and away the grandest Hopewell neigh
borhood had ever seen. Notwithstand
ing. Maj. Hymes got up the morning
after with a sense of aching loss. He
sighed all through dressing, and at
breakfast swore because there was no
waflles, only biscuit, muffins and bat
tercukes. At least he said that was the
reason. Rob. with his eyes in bis plate,
and a general air of dreams, smiled,
and waited prudently for tho storm to
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' ,.. jr. . . , -f' . . f ' ,t
j sather or blow over. But lightning
truck him when he was least prepared
I for It. Mid-meal his father turned
square upon him. growling out:
"Whereabouts in your travels did you
leave your manners, and your senses?
I think you had better go back and try
to find them."
"What's the row, Governor?" Rob
demanded Innocently. The Major ex
ploded: "That's what I'd like to know.There
must be a row between you and Jean
Bascum last night you hardly were!
civil to her, but Went tagging around
after that Clayton creature."
"There's the Bascum temper I'm
afraid It's hereditary besides, Elsie
Clayton says she would permit the min
ister to leave obey in the marrlege ser
vice," Rob began.
HiB father cut him short. "If mat
ters have gone as far as that," he said,
"just you listen to this. Uuless you
marry to suit me, you'll find that my
will ties up things as tight as that old
simpleton, Jimmy Jackson, tried to tlo
up all ho left"
"Why! I thought you believed In tho
will?" Rob Interrupted.
His father turned reddor than ever,
but went on, pounding tho table hard
between words. "Yes, sir, your wife
must please mo, or you'll have hard
sledding. Elsie Clayton, indeed! Look
at your mother, sir, and be properly
ashamed of your taste."
"I have nothing against Jcan Bas
com." Rob began Judicially "But sho
Is taken up with Ben Llovd. Then, too.
she evidently takes her father's side
Just as I have taken yours"
"Then you're a fool for your pains,
sir." the Major fairly shouted. "Of
course, she takes her father's side
that's the natural, the right thing for
a woman. But you if you were half
a man, you would have shown her that
you two had nothing to do with tho
case. You must be bewitched with the
Clayton fried-egg eyes."
"Not particularly," Rob said, mask
ing a laugh with a fit of coughing, "But
I did make up to Jean far enough to
find out she would have nothing to say
to me not unless you apologized to tho
Squire, which I knew was ont of tho
"Indeed! You had better not know
so much," Maj. Hymes said with- i
eringly. "But if that's the hitch, why
it's pretty easily straightened. Come
Found a Curo for Indigestion,
I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for Indigestion and find
that they 3ult my case better than any
dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried
and I have used many different reme
dies. I am nearly fifty-one years of
age and have suffered a great deal from
indigestion. I can cat almost anything
I want to now. Georgo W. Emory.
Rock Mills. Ala.. For sale by all lead
along with me. sir! By George, It
makca me think moro than ever of
Jean. If she ettcks up this way for
her father, what won't she do for a
husband or son?"
Five minutes afterward, they were
galloping toward the Bascom place. As
luck would have It, Squire Bascom met
them Just Inside the gate. Maj. Hymes
did not wait for a word of welcome
twenty yards off. he roared out: "Say,
John Bascom! I've come to beg your
pardon, and ask you for your daughter.
Give 'em to me quick, else I'll be mak
ing a fool will for other folks to quarrel
"I reckon I've a right to ask your
pardon, Major," Squire Bascom said,
smiling and holding out his hand. "But
the daughter there you've got mo
whero the wool's short I can't speak
"Oh! All v.' want Is a chance to have
'her speak for herself," the Major an
swered. Rob smiled to hear him. Down In his
heart he knew what Jean would say.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT J. GLEN
DIN'NING'S pretty bom was tho
scene of a very delightful tea yes
terday, when Mrs. Glendinnlng
entertained. In honor of her mother, Mrs. j
Hubbard W. Reedr who has Just returned
from a year's irib abroad. Tall vases of
lilacs graced mantel and piano, and low
bowls of the same flowers were placed on
tables and book cases In tho parlor and
library. Punch was served in tho library
from a table prettily decorated with the
prevailing flowers. Tho dlnlng-table was
attractive indeed, In fact one of tho pret
tiest aeon her recently. A very handsome
cover of Battenberg was placed over
grcon satin, tho cover extending almost
to the lloor on all sides. In tho center
of a table was a beautiful cut glass vase
of Chatncy roses. At ono end were
handsomo sliver candelabra at cither cor
ner, ono holding pink candles and orna
namcntcd with a bow of pink ribbon, tho
other holding green candles and orna
mented with a bow of green. Tea was
served at tho opposito end of the table.
On the sideboard was a beautiful silver
candelabrum with candles and bow of
pink, a tall vase of Chatncy roses also ,
gracing tho sideboard. Tho hours of tho
lea woro from 4 to 6 o'clock, during which
time about seventy-fivo guests called.
Mrs. Glendinnlng was assisted by Mrs.
Hubbard W. Heed. lira. Benncr X. Smith,
Mrs. William II. Cunningham, Mrs.
James Chambers Dick. Mies Anderson,
Miss Lcta McMillan. Miss Elizabeth Mc
Intyre. A ladles' stringed quarette fur
nished most delightful music throughout
The homo of Samuel Ncwhouso. which
has become noted for the hospitality of
Its owner, was last night tho scene of
another elegant dinner party. Covers were
wero laid for fourteen at ono long table,
In the center of which stood a largo silver
bowl filled with Chatncy roses, the edge
of the bowl outlined with sweet nlyssum.
At either end of tho tablo stood handsomo
silver candelabra, with candles of pink
aud shades of point laco over pink. Heads
of American girls, beautifully dono In wa
ter colors, adorned tho place cards. Mr3.
A. E. Walker chaperoned the party, tho
young ladles having boon asked to invite
their own partners for the evening. In J
addition to Mrs. Walker there were pres
ent Miss Sherman, Ml Laura Sherman,
Miss Salisbury'. Miss McGrath, MIfs Kin
ney. Miss Zane. Miss Read, Will Law
rence. J. Walcott Thompson, Georgo N.
Lawrcnci-. James T. Goodwin, Jack Roylo
and Mr. Topliff.
An Italian luncheon, followed by an
Italian muslcale, wa-s tho delightful cn
tcrtalnmcnt enjoyed by the guests of Mrs.
Ira II. Lewis at her homo yesterday after
noon. Preceding tho muslcalo, which was
enjoyed bv about thirty guests, tho howt
chs and Mrs. M. A. Hughes. Mrs. Mayne,
Miss Maw Louise Anderson and Miss
Bcrkhoel "enjoyed a luncheon at which
only Italian was 6poken. The decorations
and the menu were also Italian, tho for
mer carried out in tho trl-colors of Italy,
tho latter written In Italian on Italian
parchment, tied with ribbons of red,
white and green. Flags of Italy wero
suspended from tho chandellor. ovcr the
dlnlng-table, the floral docoratlonn of
which consisted of nasturtlumn and fleur-de-lis.
A very charming musical pro
gram mo followed the luncheon, tho follow
ing numbers being beautifully rendered"
An aria from "Homeo and Juliet," by
Miss Bcrkhoel; "MephlstophcloB" (Bolto),
by Mrs, Lewis and MIsh Bcrkhoel; "Vol
cho sapeto" (Mozart), by Mrs. Lulu S.
Mayne; two piano solos, "Italian Barca
rolle" (Rubinstein), and "Lollta" (Cbaml
nado). by Mrs. Agnes Osborne, an "Aria"
(Rossini), by Mrs. Lowl3; the "Gavotto"
from "MIgnon" (Thomas), by Miss Berk-
hool. Both from a musical and social
I standpoint tho afternoon was one df tho
most delightful given in Salt Lako in
many a day.
! Col. and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes give
' a'.box party for . tho Orpheus club concert
: at the Salt Lake Theater this evening.
Invitations havo been Issued bv tho
Bachelor Malda of tho University "for a
dancing party tomorrow evening at tho
musoum building. The chaperones will bo
Mrs. Joseph T. Kingsbury. Mrs. W. W.
Rlter, Mrs. Byron Cummlngs. Miss Roso
M, Vlmont, Mrs. Emaia J. McVlckor. Mrs.
William M. Stewart, Mrs. J. E. McKnlght
and Miss Anna Youngbcrg.
Messrs. O H. Gray, Hugh Sattorlce and
George Rlter give a box party at the Salt
Lako Theater this evening.
w C r.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lamb entertain at
dlnnor this evonlnc In honor of Mrs. Jav
Mrs. Union Worthlngton has issued
cards for a tea noxt Thursday afternoon
from 4 to 6 o'clock at her homo.
CapL S. V. Ham entertained Gov. Dur
bln. Secretary of State Storm and Attor-noy-Gencral
Miller of Indiana at the post
I Tuesday afternoon.
I Miss Agatha Bcrkhoel and Miss Beatrice
O'Connor will entortain at cards next
Wednesday afternoon In honor of Miss
Esther Allen, who leaves shortly for Ber
lin, and Miss Marguerite Donnellan, who
'goes to California early in Juno for an
An Invitation has boon received by Mrs.
William A. Nclden of this city to assist at
a reception to bo .given by the general
press co'mmitto of tho General Federa
tion of Women's clubs to tho AYorld's
fair press parliament, on Saturday aftor
1 noon, May 21, at tho World's fair grounds,
Mrs. A. W. McCune. Jr., has gone to
California for an Indefinite stay.
Harold Bird returned yesterday from
Berkcloy. where ho has been attending
school for the past year..
Mrs. W. H. Blntz and Miss Juno Blntz
lcavo early In Juno lo spend the summer
In Laramie, Wyo.. and Denvor.
Harry Fulton, who has been attending
a medical college near Baltimore, will re
turn next weok to spend tho summer with
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Keogh. Ho Is
now enjoying a visit at tho World's fair.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Oswald entertained
at a charming informal dinner Tuesday
evening In honor of Mrs. N. A. Swift of
Boise. Covora wore laid for seven.
Mrs. A. W. Putnam of Ogdon. chairman
of the Stato reciprocity bureau of tho
Utah Federation of Women's clubs, has
been Invited to open tho discussion on re
ciprocity at the biennial convention of tho
General Federation at St. Louis next
week. All clubwomen of Utah will appre
ciate tho honor which has been conferred
upon Mrs. Putnam, and will regrot that it
is Impossible for her to accept the in
Members of tho Wol Kaw Sewing club
will glvo a box party ut the Salt Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Charles BllllngR have. 1b
sued Invitations for a card party tomor
row night at their home.
The ladles of tho First Presbyterian
church will hold a rummago sale In tho
church parlors next Saturday.
Mru. Edward BIchsel and Mrs. Jennie
Nolson. both of Ogdcn, will attend tho
biennial convention of the General Fed
eration at SL Louis. Mrs. Bichael Is ono
of the delegates from Utah.
Miss Mercy Berkcloy leavos shortly for
Marietta, O.. whoro sho will bo brides
maid at tho marriogo of her cousin, and
will later spend tho summer with rela
tives and friends.
Tho marriage of Miss Clara Bailey and
Dr. Enoch Van Cott took pluce last ov
enlng nt tho homo of the brldo's sister,
Mrs. Davis. Bishop Orson F. Whitney
performed tho ceremony In tho prcsancn
of relatlvos and h fow Intlmalo frlnnds,
the marrlago service Iwlng followed by a
large reception. Dr. and Mrs, yan Cott
will mako their homo In this city, whoro
both havo many frionds who will wish
Mrs. Goorgc W. Snow entertained the
members of her card club very pleasantly
at hor homo yestorday afternoon.
i Tills afternoon at 2:S0 o'clock at tho
homo of Mrs. Frank Atkinson, If North
Third West street, tho ladles of tho First
Baptist church will give a Kensington,
which all m embers of tho Aid soclctv and
thdir friends aro cordially Invited to attend.
FOR FEMININE READERS.
Five University of Chicago young
women captured the coveted Phi Beta
Kappa key aB the result of the quarter
ly election of the Beta of Illinois Chap
ter of the fraternity. Only two men
succeeded in reaching the required
standard of excellence in their studies
during the four years of the university
course, an unusual occurrence at the
university, where it has been consid
ered next to impossible for the women
to win the prize. The successful young
"women are Anna P. Youngman. Agnes
B. McNcIsh, Edna Dunlap. Hattle Pal
mer and Laura Ward. The Chicago
Legal News makes the following com
ment: i Women have come to the front In lit
l erary contests in many of the leading
i universities of the United States, and
the women of the University of Chica
go are new added to the number.
t f v a
"Paris has come out emphatically for
white," says tho Brooklyn Eagle, "and
never since the days when the white
flag waved above the Tuilerles has so
much white been seen. In 1S15 fashion
able women woro gowns of white and
carried white fans. Their heads were
dressed with white feathers raised to
an enormous height, and their under
wear, trimmings, hosiery, shoes and all
were In white.
"Again white will be quite us much
worn as In the 1315 days and there Is
really no limit to the number of ma
terials that can be obtained In white.
White chiffon velvet makes a gorgeous
evening gown and, trimmed with white
taffeta and white lace, it becomes al
together charming. It Is so soft that it
adapts Itself readily to drapery, and It
is so fine in Its texture and so delicate
ly becoming that nil can wear it,"
Hull House Woman's club, through a
gift of 520.000 just received from Mrs.
Joseph Tllton Bowen, will be the first
Roman's organization In Chicago to
have a clubhouse of its own. Miss Jane
Addams says the building will be erect
ed on land adjoining the Hull House
structures now standing.
It has amused many people to read
that certain fashionable women In Eng
land were bragging that they had
bought some of the Jewels worn by
Queen Alexandra on her coronation
day. The fact Is true, but not that
they were the Queen's own jewels, nor
that, as has been rumored, the Queen
was glad to dispose of them. The real
facts aro quite simple, and are these:
The fine crow n which the archbishop If
York placed on her head at the coro
nation waa designed and made for the
occasion by the crown Jeweler, who
used a few of the Queen's stones, but
supplied all the rest from his stock.
After the great day was passed, these
stones which hod figured In the cere
mony were eagerly sought by many,
hence the embroidered tale.
1 O j
Mrs. W. L. Rhodes of Manchester,
N. H.. la a member of the i first uni
formed body of rural free delivery mall
carrlcrs in the country. Her dress is of
cadet gray, with black trimmings.
As this Is a season of ornaments, one
must not forget tho little rosettes of
lawn und linen which are so plentifully
used to trim the summer dresses. These
are made of ling strips of linen, doubled
and shirred. The string Is pulled up
until a rosette Is formed. Every wom
an knows how to make these rosettes.
They are used in place of ribbon choux
for trimming wash dresses. They arc
placed upon the cuffs, upon the belt,
the stock and upon the joke.
The size varies from the button ro
sette for the stock to the rosette as
big as a saucer, which Is placed upon
the side breadth of tho skirt. This is
vastly cheaper and much moro durable
It is ho small comfort to
have Schilling's Best on call
at your grocer's ; a pity . one
can't get everything such and
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For salo by F. C. Schramm, F. J.
Hill Drug Co, and Ohas. Van Dyke.
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purchased here. This offer 2? 1 .
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We sell the National and &
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S Hardware Company i H
27-29 W. 3rd South.
'Phone 1637 K. IjH
Manufacturer of l) H tM
8 monds and "other precious stones. 1 ( ' ,
wo pay parUcular attention to Q .
flrst-clas watch repairing. Are H pH
well prepared to do all work In n pl
that line, as we carry a full aa- J
Eortment of material. 1 ' BBBJ
259 SO. MAIN ST I ;H
T TNTON ASSAY OFFICE, ! IH
U M. S. HANAUIUU, Monsin , iil
Removed to 112 South W. Templs ' !BBH
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS I'H
will rocolvo prompt atlontlon. Analytical ':BBH
worfc a apedalty, Boad for pric list. f ( 1