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5JI Mm Sam? IlAK Trxbtote: Friday Mokntn-g, Juste 10, 1904. gp fl
Wl" y Ttiferesi to gJomen.
FOR SAKE OF PEACE
BY 0TH0 B. SEGNA.
v' if (Copyright. 1MI. by Olho B. Segno.)
aft, L--BS. GRAY," whispered Alec
3 (M Bruce, "where is Peace?"
f 11 1 In thc studl"
"3 I "Where are the other girls?
)fjr f "They are all out somewhere: Kara
Tever mind-Just so they are not in
:$ fhe'house. Mrs. Gray. If you have any
xAv ercy jn your make-up, keep every
' body away from that studio for just
one half-.hour. I've waited two years
for this chance."
file hurried noiselessly up tho stairs
0 tho top floor of tho Octagon, home
C bachelor maids; the studio door was
Kpcr. and Peace sat by the easel facing
v' n unfinished painting of 'Evangeline."
i& "Peace be unto this house." was his
VU fsalutation. as he salaamed. Oriental
1 fashion, "and to me. Peace!"
3roSi She feigned absorption in her work.
t'trtR "Must I remove my .shoes?" still
JK-nftjng at the door, holding a rose in
"sif's outstretched hand
"C'onie you from Persia?" she queried,
wGvP'3c'y. fair lady, and the rose 'tis
fft Persian rose of beauty and of love
M Mtwo you a peace offering."
ffctV'i suppose you may come in." grudg
.jaKe1': "I really Avant the rose."
J l"'Tls your?, gentle maiden, likewise
;he heart of the Persian."
'3 .Y "That's not funny." severely.
H "Nav, but 'tis truth."
t "It's a beautiful morning for a walk. '
Ln, n a "no-ticspasslng" tone,
ft! FOh. delightful!" chilled, but tcna-
'j -Iously hopeful. "Jack and I have been
xi'i but looking at houses."
2 ''How Interesting!"
2 "Tell me truly, Peace, what did you
Jv think, the other day, when I actually
jft forced old Jack to show his hand llkc
ittl tftsc his heart "
"1 thought vaguely, intuitively on
ffl the defensive, "I thought you knew
''K frhat vou were about."
''I did," eagerly; "I feared he would
"JJ icver propose to Edith unless he was
m tielped, and I was tired of waiting."
"Waiting?" with puzzled interest.
"Yes, you se0, 1 was bound by a
Tl sacred promise, and I was growing des
"a : "I don't understand "
$"It was like this," pushing the Ro-
1 man seat nearer the easel, and assum-
ft ing a nonchalance he was far from
m reeling; "you know, It's two years since
lack and I began calling here at the
Octagon. Judge Graves Introduced us
$J -sort of vouched for our respectability
zap ?:you may remember "
w I "I remember." putting fresh colors
g on thc palette.
jfjj ''Vell, In a few weeks Jack dlscov
cred that he was In love with Edith. I
M k'unw long before that I was In "
21 fr."Klndly move a little, Mr. Bruce; I
M may spatter paint on your clothing,"
9 i'The Roman seat was moved back a
M little a very little.
1 '"Thank you. I don't often spatter,
hut accidents you know "
yj ;ff m, yes. Well, as I was saying,"
ii strenuously endeavoring to regain lost
j-Mmnjund, "Jack and I 'fessed to one an
affi'Jier one night, and Jack was dread-
iarjputly gloomy over it," pausing, expect
lllng a question.
IB" Tne artist was intensely interested in
(adjusting, with the brush," a fold of
"M m, over his prospects, I mean.
jjB'And when I told him that I was "
fBJ "Please hand me that rag, Mr. Bruce
JsK-no, not that one the oily one on the
aKfloor beside your seat Thank you, I
never before had so much trouble with
"You don't know what the word trou
ble means, Peace Gray, Now, I'll go
on," firmly; "when I told Jack that I
was in love, he cald that was all right
for me with my wealth I could propose
at once, and I could be married within
a month if I wanted to, while lie, with
his uncertain future, must wait an in
definite time before ho could even let
the girl know he cared for her."
"Well, he has now, and I hope they
will be very happy," dismissing the
subject with finality.
"Oh, they will," hurriedly, "and I
told Jack, actually made a vow, in fact,
that I'd never breathe a word of "
"You kept the secret faithfully, Mr.
Bruce. There, don't you like that drap
"never breathe a word of my at-
"Kindly move a little, Mr. Bruce."
tachment," doggedly persevering, "un
til he was in a position to declare his.
And I've kept faith with Jack, and
strict guard over myself for two years.
Now," triumphantly, "I am free to
"Do you care to have the cross in the
picture, Mr. Bruce? Many artists show
a cross, half concealed In thc shadowy
suggestion of trees, Just back of the
figure of Evangeline. This is your com
mission, and any changes "
"I wish you'd let me finish It," with
"Flnlsli the picture? Why, I didn't
know you could paint "
"t can't, nor draw; but I can finish
this picture to suit me. Peace, do you
know she looks like you?"
"So the girls say," following his lead,
with evident relief.
"I wish she didn't look so sad "
"You couldn't expect anything else.
She cannot find her Gabriel "
"Some Evangelines won't look at
Gabriel when he comes to them,"
"I'm curious to know how you
would finish the picture," on guard
Oh. I'd Improve on Longfellow. I'd
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have Gabriel come and surprise her
while she Is sitting here. I'd have her
seem glad to see him, and and very
glad to sec him, you know. I'd have
him put his arms around her, and kiss
her well, nine times, sure.' And then
I'd have them 'marry and live happy
ever after,' as the old-fashioned fairy
tales always dldr"
"If I weren't afraid you'd spoil the
"Oh, no, I won't: I won't hurt It a
bit," eagerly, a daring thought fas
cinating him with Its possibilities; "you
get me a big apron I mustn't spoil my
Her absence was brief, but sufficient
for his purpose. When she returned he
waved his hand triumphantly toward
"There, Evangeline, your Gabriel has
come, and awaits your greeting."
She stepped nc.arer to the picture a
large, unmounted photograph of Bruce
was placed on the easel close to the fig
ure of Evangeline. She caught It up
quickly, ignoring the significance of its
position, and of Alec's words.
"Oh, when did you have this? It Is
He came nearer, looking at the photo
graph over her shoulder.
"That's your Gabriel, Evangeline; you
must be good to him. you know. Oh,
Peace, don't put me off any longer. You
understand me I want you for my
wife, Peace. Why, Peace! Peace,
Peace, dearest, don't cry! What Is thc
matter? What have I said to hurt
"Oh, Alec, I am so ashamed so
"Here, sit here, Peace, and tell me
all about It."
"Oh. Alec, I've been terribly jealous,
and I've thought hateful things about
nil the girls Tillle first; then Martha,
and Kara and Kathloen oh, I've
hated them all!"
"M m, this Is pretty bad, Peace, but
I'll tell you what I've done. I've laid
plans," lowering his voice to a tragical
whisper, "deep, dark plans to do away
with every man. except Jack, who ever
came to the Octagon. I meant to
smother Coleridge under a ton of his
own orchids, and press the breath out
of Judge Graves with a stack of law
books, and drown Abe Adams in a 'flood
of eloquence," and as for that Impetuous
Westerner I thought It was' you he
wanted I could have torn him limb
from limb! You see, we're dangerous
too dangerous to be at large. We'll
have to marry for the sake of peace."
"Not for thc sake of Alec?" archly.
"Oh, Peace, for my sake and Peace,
a double wedding with Jack and
"That half-hour, Alec Bruce," called
Mrs. Gray's voice from the hall, "Is
greatly overdone, and "
"Not a bit of it, Auntie Gray; this
half-hour is rare there'll never be an
other like It."
"I thought I'd tell you the girls arc
coming all four of them "
"Keep them away, Auntie, keep them
away from mc. You know their bellig
erent, quarrelsome dispositions. And I
have determined that, at any cost, I
must and will have Peace!"
And the chronicles of the Octagon
record that he did.
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MONTANA GIRLS GO TO FAIR.
When No. 2 of the Rio Grande pulled
into the local station yesterday there
alighted from two Pullman sleepers an
army of girls. They were the pick of
Montana, tall girls, short girls, beau
tiful and witty girls. Mr. Fitzgerald of
the Rio Grande took the party through,
and Mr. Wilson of the Short Line
brought the train to Ogden, where it
was turned over to the Rio Grande. In
the party uere thirty-one girls, repre
senting the twenty-six counties of
Montana, voted by the people as the
most popular in each county. It is an
excursion arranged by the Butte In
termountaln, and that paper is taking
the girls to the World's fair. Mr, T.
E. Butler of the paper Is In charge,
and, also on the cars are Mrs. Butler,
Mrs. J. M. White, the chaperon, and
Mr. White. It is a gay party and the
trip of two weeks will no doubt be a
MISS LQUISE MORRIS and George
L. Woller, two popuar young people,
were married yesterday at noon In
the Salt Lako Temple. In the even
ing a largo and brilliant reception was giv
en at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Wcller, attended by somo COO friends of
the bride and groom. Thc lawn surround
ing tho home was brilliantly lighted by
hundreds of electric lamps, shaded with
Japanese lanterns. Rugs and Navajoes
wcro strewn about the luwn, and tho beau
tiful night made it an Inviting placo In
deed. Mr. and Mrs. Wcller, itaslBted by
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wcller, Judge and
Mrs. Ellas A. Smith and Robert Morris,
father of tho bride, received their frlenda
In tho parlor. Ropes of gmllax studded
with pink carnations extended from tho
bow window to tho chandelier, and, with
palms for n background, maoo a protty
corner for the rccoptlon of friends. A tall
vase of American Beauties was placed at
the right of tho receiving party, thu other
decorations of tho room consisting of red
roses and syrlnga blossoms. The bride,
who woro a lovely gown of whlto crepo do
chine over taffeta, was attended by Miss
Pearl Wcller as bridesmaid. Mies Weller's
gown was of cream ollk mulle over pink
taffctu, and she carried a large bouquet of
pink carnations. James Ball was best man.
Quantities of yellow garden roses beauti
fied the library', yellow 6haded electric
lamps making tho color still more ef
fective. Pink carnations were used for the
centorplcco of tho dining table, from the
corners of which streamers of pink satin
ribbon extended to the chandcllor, smllax
and sweet pea3 festooning thc ribbons,
Pink roses In bowls and vascB ornamented
the sideboard. Punch was served In the
hall, where the decorations wcro all In red
roses. A stringed orchestra was stationed
In tho library and at Intervals during tho
reception hours delighted thc guests with
music. Punch was served by Miss Evelyn
Thomas and Miss Lpra Schoppe, while as
sisting In tho dining-room were thc Misses
Harriet McKellar. Margaret McKcpver,
Eva Hudson. Joslo Morris, Mamie McKcc
ver and Jennie Petersen. Mr. and Mrs.
Wcller leave today at noon for Washing
ton, which Is to bo their homo. They will
visit St. Louis and Chicago en route.
Sunlight streamed through tho windows
and beautiful llowcrs filled thc air with
fragrance at thc tea given yesterday af
ternoon by Mrs. Francis Bascom at her
home on South Main street. Sego lilies,
tho State llower of Utah, formed tho
decorations In tho drawing-room, where
tho guests were received. Bowls of the
flowers were on mantel, tables and pi
ano, while all about the walls were hang
ing vases filled with them. Branches of
syrlnga covered tho frotwork between thc
drawing-room and hall, great branches of
bowls of these flowers also decorating tho
hall. In thc library were vases and
vases of exquisite dark red roses, with a
great bowl of syrlnga blossoms almost'
hiding tho fireplace. Punch was served
In tho library in thc pretty alcove, which
was also beautified with dcop red roses
Green and whlto were carried out In the
dining-room, and tho decorations here
havo not been surpassed In beauty at any
event given here In a long time. From
the chandelier nnd hanging directly over
tho polished dining table was an Immense
basket of marguerites Imbedded In ferns.
From tho chandelier to the four corners
of the table wcro ropes of smllax and
marguerites, while a low bowl of the
flowers stood on an exquisite Battcnberg
plcco completely covering tho center of
tho tabic. Four crystal candlesticks with
candles nnd shades of green lighted the
table. Vases and bowls of tho mar
guerites stopd on sideboard and china
cabinet, small ropes of smllax and mar
guerites also forming a latticework over
tho sideboard. An orchestra was sta
tioned on the landing of tho stairs and
furnished most enjoyable music. Tho
hours of the reception were from 3 to C
o'clock, 'and tho gucsta numbered 300.
Mrs: Lo Compte, Mrs, Le Favor, Mrs.
Lockhart and Mrs. Hubbard of Park City
were guests of honor at a luncheon given
yesterday by Mrs. Wilson I. Snyder. One
large table and four small ones accom
modated the guests, who numbered thir
ty Low bowls of pansleB formed thc ta
ble -decorations, two largo onca on the
long table and smaller ones In the cen
ters of the smaller tables. The place
cards were done In water colors In palo
pink roses. Invited to meet the guests of
honor at tho very delightful luncheon
woro Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes, Mrs. P. Mc
Pherson. Mrs. Sara Bransford, Mrs. Fred
Davis, Mrs. Jav Tarvln Harris, Mrs.
AValter Scott. Mrs. R. C. Cordell. Mrs.
Charles Rookledge. Mrs. Ellsworth Dag
gett. Mrs. William H. Bird. Mrs. Gcorgo
A. Black. Mrs Richard A. Keyes, Mrs.
Windsor V. Rice, Mrs J. S. Ferris, Mrs.
S. V. Shelp, Mrs. M. S. Woodward. Mrs.
W. W. Armstrong, Mrs. W. G. Lamb,
Mrs. J. Longmnld of Helena, Mrs. Frank
Harding. Mrs. David Keith. Mrs. H. N.
Mayo. .Mrs. A. H. Tarbet. Mrs. James
Hogle. Miss Lavclle, Miss Lc Compte,
Invitations wcro yesterday Issued by
Mrs. James E. Jennings for a 4 o'clock
tea Jn honor of Mrs. LoRoy Dlnwoodey
next Thursday afternoon at the Jennings
home on East South Temple street.
Miss Olive Jennings entertained at din
ner last evening in honor of thc thlrtv
flrat anniversary of the wedding of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs." Oliver A. Jen-
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nlngs. The tablo decorations were In
deep rod roses, and covers were laid for
Mr. and Mrs. Gannett, Mr, and Mrs.
Coates, Mrs. AgneK Osborne, Mr. and
Mrs. Jennings ana Miss Jennings.
Carda wero Issued yesterday by Mrs.
Joseph E Calno for a tea on tho after
noon of Tuesday, Juno 14, from 3 to S
Miss Gertrude Moyer is in Ogdcn, tho
guest of Miss Adams.
Mrs. Samuel Fcnton has cards out for
a tea Wednesday afternoon, Juno 1G, from
4 to 6 o'clock.
MIfa OHvo Jennings will entertain a
fow friends Informally at tho Fifth East
hotel next Monday evening.
An Informal afternoon which was en
joyed to tho utmost by thc thlrty-fivo
guests was that of yesterday, when Mrp.
Samuel Paul entertained a few of her
friends. Very pleasant features of tho
day wero thc review by Mrs. J. M. Dart
of Mrs. Abbott's Into book. "Order No,
11," and readings, from tho book by Mrs.
Mra. Curtis Von Knoblock leaves Salt
Lako on Sunday for Philadelphia to
spend tho summer.
Capt. and Mrs. Brlant Wells of tho
Twenty-ninth are expected to arrive In
San Francisco on tho 11th Inst., and will
como directly to Fort Douglas.
Mrs. George Ritchie and Mrs. Howard
Lemmon of Cossack. Ark., aro guests at
tho Berkhoel homo for tho summer.
Miss Laura Nebeker and M. 3, Parks
wore married on Wednesday at tho homo
of Mr. and Mra. C. Stokes. Immediately
after the young people left for Peru,
Ind., to visit the groom's parents, Bo
fore returning they will visit the fair and
other points of Interest In tho East.
Mr;?, Pauline Sands Is spending somo
week3 with friends In Idaho.
Mrs. Swonson received her friends In
formally yesterday afternoon, prior to hor
departuro for tho East to spend the sum
mer. L. L. Downing has returned from Idaho
and Wyoming, where he has been visiting
for several wocks past.
This evening tho Bllllo club will enjoy
an outing at Saltalr, going out In a body.
Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Hughes announco
the marriago of their daughter Elsie to
Mark Hess, tho wedding having taken
placo ot Farmlngton on Juno S. Mr. and
Mrs. Hess will make their homo In Farm
lngton. Henry" Rlppo, tho young son of Mrs.
Henry Rlppo of this city, has gono to St
Louis to spend thc summer visiting tho
fair. The boy Is very youthful to under
take a trip of this kind, but his friends
are confident that he will be able to tako
care of himself under any and all cir
cumstances. Miss Hastings of Boise. Ida., a graduate
of St. Mark's training school for nurses of
this city, Is spending a few days here on
hero way to hor old homo at Madison,
Wla., where che will visit for tho summer.
Mr, and Mrs. P. H. Stencrson of Wahtc
ton, N D., uro guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Gedrge Hawkes.
Miss Grace Holkes entcrtalnod thc mem
bers of her bridal party at thc lako on
Mrs. J. M. "Esllnger loft on Wednesday
for the East, to be away all summor. Sho
will visit In Ohio and Pennsylvania, and
In September will bo Joined by Miss Es
llnger for a visit to tho fair.
Members of the Epworth leaguo of tho
First Methodist church gave a very en
joyable reception last evening at tho homo
of Miss Beatrlco Davis In honor of Miss
Grace Helkcs, for a number of years one
of Its most earnest and popular workers.
Mrs. Marlon M. Ogdcn of San Francisco
Is visiting for a few days with the fami
lies of Drs. A. J. and G. W. Shores.
ft O ft
S. E. Cragor and Miss Abble Cragcr left
yesterday for a visit to tho exposition and
a tour of the East.
J. W. Cahoon, wife and son of Murray
left for thc exposition yesterday.
Mrs. D. A. Doty and sons, formerly of
this city, nro guosts of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mrs. Theodore Bruback and two children
left Wednesday evening for New York.
After a week's visit there they will sail
on the Baltic for a tour of Europe. i
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