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j 8AIT !l!iAK!E3 TTBTOIINTJi-VTlIDjSSDAT MoIGnXInG3 15, 1904. 5 j
( f SUCH A SALE 1 I I
' They are coming from the east side, they are coming from the West side, they are coming from the North bench, 1 jj
J I they are coming from the southern part of the city, they are coming from the settlements around us, they are coming i
$ f from all over the state. Everybody recognizes It as a Sale of Supreme Importance. In all our long experience we have never I 1
1 f conducted one on (JUite SO colossal a scale. Not one item in fifty have we been able to print in our big Sunday's ad. The I i
j I Entire Summer StOCR Oes at Cost and BelOW. It will pay you to come a long journey It will pay to buy a full year's sup- 1 I.
;i "ply, for you'll make ten, fifteen and in some cases twenty times a full year's interest on every purchase you make in any 1 jj
?art of the store n& s l!!! . mv&mim ' y
.flL Of interest to momen.
1 HER LAST CALL.
mk BY KEITH GORDON.
Copyright, 1W, by Mary McKeon.)
J T'S THE LAST call for
ilk I dinner in the dining-car, my
'95 I dear girl," said Jcrrold, ndjust-J-5
5 ing his speech to their, surround
j 5 with c somewhat grim humor. .
3 'ill you. or will you not, undertake-
love, honor and obey my unworthy
tfjuntll 0:1? of the D's-preferably
dh-dlvldcs us? Because," he
Ted, thoughtfully, "If: the third
A Je I've asked you, and -I make it a
s int.-iwwr.lo ask any..w.oman more
,jj in thrc-fc times!"
ft "Any woman'" she gasped, .the color
ifc m inl "er cn?eks and I,er pTes
f Skiing '"any woman!- So I am"
;t ilie slopped m abruptly that Jerrold
Jsjcomlcally reminded of a fractious
'I ffit l:or?c he had once owned which
W! terminate a mad run with the
Jj me abruptness, planting his fore
;f as rigidly as pokers. At last he
ijtouchfd a responsive chord.
W JIou were about to remark?'.' he
. raplcd Invitingly Ethel Pixley, her
E j? the picture of annoyance, expe
i Ewd a sharp shock at her own heat.
'f Bnce .he had refused him twice and
il every intention of doing ?o again,
r in h realized the Inconsistency of
; Cjtiulck resentment. She did not love
-. B-ot course not; and yet well one
,1 isn't like to think of a rejected suitor
i shaving offered himaelf to other
light I ask just where I occur. In
series! ' she inquired at last, in a
whosv exaggerated Indifference
,Wi f 'soothing to Jerrold as the heat
'ft a moment before had been.
'J, Vt Kttled hlnjself more comfortably
A his chair, wheeled it about so that
:L Jprainanded that view of her profile
f n lie had como to regard as one- of
j ilKOlH Jojs of a tleetlng cxintcnee,
jj answered her with cheerful rcaJi-
' feu are the fourth," he announced
Swalejsly, and at the words her eyes
Woinlo lus again Involuntarily, and
.Oicame lost In a great contentment.
h K1V she refused hint i?o differently.
ui ?as: 'irou. ace, I don't love, you in
uj 4 way, though I want you for a
& f-sd. Somewhere there is a nice
Sj wailing for you and we'll" find her
0 SWwr 1 Jurtold gloated inwardly at
allies' In which the tables had turned
llrA?'011 at hi3 own stupidity.
TL,E1L a 1,vel' ensc of fellowship
. wo,'ni tiiat turne.d flowing In
J B' pw After months of iLbieclness.
IK,D8lw with the consciousness that
SBfard v.as hlnuf again, and no
HmTu 1 mn raa(1 weakly Indulgent
im ve In 1,10 HuUerint; fJc her
jpvms he could read the anger and
ipftnimtnt that was surging through
m he ound the lGhL cxhllarat-
B- Phe was In sad need of yubjugct
, m this Katherine of his, and he ap
Jlr1 1 lusclf to the task with a keener
IK h& natl fcver bt'fore c-xpe-'J.Kv)
" Thei, Ava3 3ust a hint of
'M'ffl. h hie tone wlien next he ad
5Lcour80'" 1,e continued,' a3 if the
winutes of tense alienee that hnd
Mja since hi last remark iviui tl'e
i K. JIU,'11 t'(? in the world, "it
itKhtnl re,y AVlth 'ou whether 'to be
tl n. '' 'fonchided' ishalbbe wrlt
.,lini. .A'11" Ult? rourth chapter."
SlKvJW'teration of his speech was'
SBfcnfi' and lnt" darkening landscape
aE?.,Mai t0 abHOrb a11 of Mlt
8Eiit,,lUciU,on- She turned toward
'Kwni Cin,cred croaui-e. Prepared
.tfK LJ,ut;lt tne Presslon of his
jBeath fl? eu,'u uched her heart.
MtLi 1 h "oncholauce ?lte had ex
rVjKfJ? d!E,iov so Blgn of feel--tm
Indication of the vatm-ns-fcthfr
thrit hnd looked plSln
Kh,h',(yM,on othcr occasions
ne had Hpoken of his love.
'Sr.0, with a certain amount
iB n ,nLlll,lulBcnce unon the
,iijr8f willful child.
n',in5tantiy feU as if she wore a
ticallv oV0,rld lh0l,Bh she clutched
WrdoJli il h?.r 00:5ln dignity.
-WlD WohhOW you dare talk to
W -tta im ,ulcantto crush n,,n-T.ijl-
wa ni aL .tho oatencq js-pji Jost,
for, instead of returning to the ..worm
form again as by every token he
should have done he-simply burst into
an amused laugh.
"I didn't know that it was bad form
to keep on trying," he explained, with
assumed contrition. "Surely now, if
you would be. cruel and foolish enough
to disregard the- last call, you wouldn't,
expect me never to look at nnother
girl? To me. at present, you seem the
,one -woman In the world. If you elect
to remain so, 'I shall indeed be hon
ored. If not-: "
An expressive shrug, a glance at
once, tender and mocking, finished the
sentence, and Ethel felt as if some
thing that 'she had never appreciated
was slipping away from her just aa
she was learning to value it.
The rhythmic rumbling of the wheels,
the whirling lights outside where the
dusk had deepened into velvety black
ness, the ehcei-ful brightness of the car,
all seemed unreal.
She had boarded the train at Jersey
City like a queen with a faithful, hum
ble servant in low. a servant whom,
In her heart of heart?, phe valued, but
of whore devotion she was so sure that
her estimate of him was disparaging
"You ar tho fourth," he announced.
for that very reason. And now two
hours later everything had changed!
ISven now, out of the tail of his eye,
phe could see that he was regarding
the handsome, well-set head of a. girl
who occupied a chair a few rows ahead
of them, willi the interest of. a man
who realizes that you never know when
or how you may meet Her!
For the time being, he actually seemed
to have forgotten her royal -self com
pletely. It was all very' well to pretend
to give her the choice allowing her to
abdicate, as It were. In reality, she
was convinced that she waH dethroned.
"Handsome girl up there, isn't it V"
he observed with enthusiasm, turning
toward her at last with the furtively
apologetic air of a man who has mo
mentarily forgotten himself, "So well
ml up! Look at those shoulders and
the poise of that head! , Regular
JSlhel Pixley assented stiffly. "You
have not always admired that lypc,
though," she added,- defiantly. "You
used to say you thought girls like that
"Wliat a blind Idiot I must have
been," was the placid rejoinder, "and
how one's -standard of feminine beauty
"From chapter to chapter," she fin
ished varcaKllcally; and nrVthe look of
hot scorn that accompanied the words
he had a gloating Idea that the day
At this juncture a picturesque figure
appeared at the end of the car, above
whose snowy garments a head that
looked as if it were finely turned bronze
"Last call-for dinner in the. dlnlng
car," called a ' musical , voice, as he
lounged dowit the "aisle with the gait
of a mau who has his Dip,' logs on.
"Dinner now ready in the diDing-car."
There was a brif pause when he
passed them and disappeared at the
other end of the car, but his voice
floated back to them, barely . audible
above the rumble of the wheels, and
freighted with a lingering ominous
A strange thrill ran through Ethel
Pixley, and she turned toward the
man beside her. It was only by an
effort that alio kept from holding out
her hands to him. His face was grave
almost to stornness, and under Ills mas
terful glance her own eyes fell and
she wondered in a sort of despera
tion whether, her lips; were quivering.
"As he says, Ethel, it's tho last call,
and I'm waiting for your answer."
Her only Teply was a swift uplift
ing of the eyes that he remembered lor
years afterward as the sweetest thing
he had ever witnessed in the way of
April showers, and later on, when they
had responded-to the last call for din
ner, the waiter wondered -xnd chuckled
too, as he tucked Into his pocket the
crisp 52 bill thai he received as his
share of the spoils.
Without a flaw in style or make, man
ufactured for dressy men and for sale
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
166 Main St.
' -OiP . Gcddcs. Miss "Williams, Miss Alia Miller,
, Miss Marge Miller.
MRS. JOSEPH E. CAINE entertained
about 2S0 friends at tea yesterday
afternoon at her home on B street.
All the blinds were drawn and tho
shaded electric lamps shed a soft light
through tho rooms. The decorations in
the parlor and ulnlng-room were espe
cially striking. -On pano and mantel in
the parlor, where the guests were re
ceived, were cut-glass vases of pure whito
roses, while directly in fiont of tho grate
were two Immense brass jardinieres filled
with wild blue bells, the contrast between
those flowers and tho furnishings of tho
room, where green predominates, beln,g
quite effective. Gallnrdla blossDms, beau
tiful In their tints of brown and gold, wcro
scon in the dining-room, a basket of them
(hanging from the chandelier and drooping
gracefully -over the table, with slender
glass vases or the same llowcrs decorating
tho mantel. In the center of the polished
tablo wa.s a ploco of Japanese embroidery,
dovlies of tho same design here and there,
the rare old silver of the J loopor .family
an J beautiful pieces of cut glass making
I the table altogether attractive. Assisting
Mrs Calno In receiving her guests wcro
Mrs. Frank AV. Jennings. Mrs. Elizabeth
lloopor Dunbar and Miss Blanche Kim
ball. Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr. Mrs. David
B Hempstead and Mrs. Sidney K. Hooper
served punch. Mrs. James E. Jennings
and Miss Alia Miller presided in tho dining-room,
and were assisted by Miss Fan
nie JIanatK-r and Miss Jasmine oung.
The porch was artistically arranged with
rugs and Navajoes, and hore an orchestra
was stationed during the reception hours.
Invitations were Issued yesterday by
Mrs. Ezra Thompson for a largo lea on
tho afternooi of June
Many Salt Lake friends will read with
Interest tho announcement of the engage
ment of MIssMlnnio Maries, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. A. J. Marks of Council
Grove. Kan., and Walter Wolf, formerly
of this cliv but now of San Francisco.
Miss Marks Is a niece of Hon. Glen Miller
oi this city, and has been a guest at inu
Miller home here on several different oc
caslons Mr. Wolf was formerly connected
with tho American Smelting and Rellnlng
company at this point. The marriage will
take place on Juno 25. and tho bride and
groom will bo at home to their friends
after August 1 In San Francisco,
Mrs. Ellsworth Daggett yesterday issued
Invitations for a luncheon on Saturday
next In honor of Mrs. Harold Russell and
Mrd. Frank V. Jennings.
Captain and Mrs. Brlont Wells will ar
rive Frldav from San Francisco, and will
be guests of Mrs. Thomas Jennings for a
Mrs. Hubbard W. Reed will entertain at
cards on tlio afternoon of June 2?.
Hovt Serman of this city Is now In St.
Louis. He will return to Salt Lako somu
time next month.
Mw. John Reed and Miss Eleanor K.
Peterson havo token tho John Marshall
home for the oummor, and will be at home
to their friends there after this week.
Col. Edwla F. Holmes left yesterday for
tho East to visit several .weeks with his
daughters In Michigan. -
Gov. Wells entertained at an Informal
luncheon at the Alta club yesterday In
honor of Gon. Baldwin. U. S. A. Tho
ovont was ono of those delightfully Infor
mal affalr.s for which the Governor is
noted, and invited to meet the officer wore
Senator Kearns, Col. Lockwood, Gen.
Cannon andfGen. Burton. N. G. U. Gon.
Baldwin aud his secretary left on Hlo
Grande No. 2 for tho East.
Miss McCornlck gave a very Informal
luncheon at the Country club yesterday
In honor of MIsjh Inez Trent. In addition
to tho guest of honor thero wore present
Mro. Ernest Bamberger, Miss Elolsc Sher
man Miss Laura Sherman,- MlfssjSallo
bury, Mies Klnncy, Miss Zanc," ' "Mlsa
Gcddcs. Miss Williams, Miss Alia Miller,
Miss Marge Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. W. jr. Lowther announco
the engagement of their-daughter, Edith"
M.. to Elliott E. Kimball. Tho wedding
will take ylaeo Juno 2).
Flag day was observed in tho decora
tions at tho pretty luncheon given yester
day by Mrs. A. W. Dowd for the members
of her sewing club. Red roses and blue
llowers were used In tho table decorations,
with Hags adorning the place cards, and
tho national colors draped about tho room.
The guests wero seated at ono long table,
those present being Mrs. D. S. Spencer,
Mrs. H. L. Miller. Mrs. IT. N. Mayo. Mrs.
Clarence Warnock, Mrs. 'E. F. Root, Mrs.
J. J. Judson, Mrs. George Cushlng, Mrs.
Miles. Mrs. Barbee, Mrs. Clinton. Mrs,
AVill Ellcrbock, Mrs. De Wolfe of Beaver.
Mrs. J. T. Richards. Mrs. George Putnam,
Mrs. John Sharp and Mrs. John N. Sharp.
Hugh Satterlce has returned from a ten
days' trip through Montana.
Mrs. A. IL Cowlo of Denver is visiting
Salt Lako relatives and friends for a few
Miss Klnncy gave an informal luncheon
at tho Country club on Monday.
Manv friends hore and in. Park City will
be Interested In learning of the appoint
ment Just received by Dr. W. D. Donohcr,
formerly of Park City, bul who Is now
studying1 in London. Dr. Donohcr has
been appointed : assistant to Dr. Sanford
Morton at the Great Northern Central
hospital, and was chosen from a
class of fifteen, all of whom had boon in
tho hospital longer, than he.
Dr. Robert Wells Fisher has returned
from a trip to the fair, the meeting of the
American Medical association at Atlantic
City and tho medical centers of the East,
Mrs. George Hanson of Ogdcn"ls visiting
friends in Salt Lako for a lew days.
Mlsn Ethel Harris of St. Louis arrived In
tho city yesterday and will be the cucst
for several Avceks of Miss Alice Needham.
Dr. and Mrs. Hepburn entertained a few
friends at an Informal card party Satur
day evening at tho Post.
Mrs. T. Lane and daughters, tho MJsscs
Ethel and Vera, leave on Saturday next
for a six weeks' visit in St. Louis and
Mrs. Clint B. Leigh and Miss Margaret
Pointer left yesterday for a visit with
their mother at Owenaboro. Ky.
Tho mnrriage of Miss Lena Crone and
Benjamin F. Trapp took place yesterday
afternoon at Illff church, Rev. D. M. Hcl
mlck performing tho ceremony. Only in
timate friends and relatives were present
at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Trapp left
immediately after for the Uintah reserva
tion, where Mr. Trapp is stationed for the
Mrs. IOngmald leaves for her home in
Montana this evening, after a very cn
joyablo visit with her brother and sister,
Harry Shearman and Miss Edith Shear
man. Tho latter will entertain a few oC
Mrs. Longmald's old friends very infor
mally this aftcrnoou.
Mrs. Lulu Ryan of Oakland, Cal., arrived
In. the city hist night, and will be tho
Ktiest for a month of Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
McGanney at 312 Third East street.
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hclmlck have
gOne tq Eureka, whore they will be tho
guests of their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Coun
tryman, for several days.
Mrs. M. F. Cunningham and children ex
pect to leave for tho East next week, to
bo away all summer.
Miss Ella Nellson. who has been In the
city for the past two years sludylng music
and attending the University, loft yester
day for her homo at Mount Pleasant. Miss
Nellson will continue her studies .at Ober
lln college In the fall.
Mrs. Thomas J. Nipper left Sunday
evening for a month's visit with friends
Several important events in society are
scheduled for today, including the tea this
afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Samuel F.
Fenton: the marriago of Miss Helices and
Mr. Anness this evening at the First
Methodist church; the wedding reception
of Miss Snvlllo and Mr. Cannon at the. Sa
vllle home this evening; the card party at
tho home of Mrs. H. S. Young this after
noon, when Mrs. Nebeker, Mrs. ilaymon
and Mrs Gales entertain a largo number
of friends, and tho reception In honor of.
Mrs. Alice P. Norton, at which Miss AI
thea Wheeler will be tho hostess.
Mrs. Harold Russell, known to the the
atrical world as Ada Dwycr. arrived in
the. city yesterday afternoon after a most
successful season in "Merely Mary Ann,"
and will visit for some days at tho home
Fifty Years tho Standard
iaiptwes flmm mi aJs to
PRIOE BAKING FOWDEB OO,, OHIOAQO,
of her father. James W. Dwycr, ono of
Salt Lake's old- time and highly respected
Tho picnic to be given under tho au
spices of the Unitarian Sunday-school will
take placo one week from today at Lib
erty park. Instead of tomorrow afternoon.
TEACHERS WILL DISCUSS
TEACHING OF GRAMMAR
Many teachers will be in attendance
at 'the State Normal Institute this
morning to hear Prof. George M. Mar
shall make a reply to the radical
changes in the teaching of grammar re
cently advocated in a speech before the
Institute teachers by Prof. J. H. Paul.
After he has presented his subject,
"Grammar from Another Point of
View," Prof. Paul will he given a
chance to respond and then the sub
ject will be thrown open to the teach
ers for general discussion. As the
teachers have been, studying up on the
subject during the past few days this
discussion promises to be very thor
ough and interesting.
, Ycsterdaj' morning . Superintendent
Rawlins of the Provo city schools ad
dressed the teachers "On the Great
Value of Institute Work." He advo
cated the importance of making of the
institute an annual affair where all the
teachers of the State could become fa
miliar with the' great educational prob
lems of the day and find out how they
were being worked out. He argued that
attendance should be mado compulsory
and suggested that the State be called
upon to defray the expenses. Tomor-
b jGffl $ 1foTPil31'i h&ppl !w j
Wtmm tilR&i ffiSHB fSI B9 ness.can compete
ff w i&mBBmmm m 9 wittiout children; it ' m
& her nature to kva j w i
MSB S d anc ?ant them $j
BiMmmiSMii0 "usizz Hi
mgffp beautiful and fig i
pure. Thts critical ordeal Ibrough which the expectant mother must K a
pans, however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, M
that the very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror. Vm J
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be cither painfull j fl
or dangerous. The use of Mother's Friend bo prepares the system for jjf
the coming event that it ift safely passed -without any danger. Thia J
great and wonderful i K
remedy is al ways KkflB ffl
npphedexternally,and fffBafw $fg $f WW IFT 19)
has carried thousands SS WtFMI Gs3& bS 3 0 ja :
of women through BKr iH7 II
tho trying crisis without suffering. IM&S iW flRSS 'tiSM! If
Send for frt book ooatalnlna lnf(mnlon tFWr-w ffpW fWH trw Jmt wS
tt prioolees vaJuo to aJl expeotant mothers. Sy few gff &,JR? r3i jg?y Sfcwp ii
Tbs Bradfield Reouktor Co.. Atlanta, fess. u
I iC !
Any article in our west
window, 10 c.
Something Now Every
25c Towel Rods, jk
20c Kitchen Fork,
20c Biwxd Knife,
Jr 25c Get Spoons, j
C Hardware Company
27-29 W. 3rd So.
( ' NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice Is hereby given that W. F. Sny
der, who la tho solo owner of tho Jowelry
firm heretofore doing business at No H3
Ecuth Main street. Salt Lako City. Utah,
under tho name of Lyon & Co., will pay
ull obligations existing ayalnst said llrra
at this date, but will not bo reoponslblo
for any obligations or Indebtedness hcro
aftor contracted by any person In tho
name of Lyon & Co. All porsonB lndobtod
to said Lyon & Co. are requested to mako
payment to tho underslcncd at No. 2H
Atlas blocit, Salt Lako City, whero . 1
prosont ontotandlng- obligations will bs
BotUud at any time after Juno 1. 1SXM.
. ,W. F. SNYDER;
Datd May 1, lt v wl893
row morning tho Jtev. Dr. Goshen will M-
address the teachers on some tf th. fllRu !
educational problems of the day viewed xM .
from another standpoint. The public vunl
especially Is Invited to be present. A xv -
fine musical programme has been pre- )JB! ;
pared In which some of the best local j nWi '
vocalists and instrumentalists will ap- Hii
. Yesterday afternoon Prof. Alice P., j i
Norton of the University of Chicago ;
addressed the teachers on "ThcContrl- Jl ',
bution of the Household Arts to th - (lS j
Curriculum of the momentary School." , l jg! ;
She declared that those who opposed' fgifl
the introduction of domestic science In-' g 3
tp tho elementary school did so on tho gj J
grounds that it was too expensive, that Jjgfc'
It was unnecessary, that the school was , ay
not the proper place and that the cur-) jjHr
riculum was already overcrowded. ThO m j
speaker took up these four arguments, if J
in detail and answered them complete- St (
ly. "Far from taking up too much time MM
It is a saver of time," she said. "It i j
serves as a motive for logically Intro- ftj
-duclng other subjects and putting them I jjbt
to practice. It makes a necessary con- B! :
nection between the home life and the I H j
school life. In social value it has no
compptltor because it prepares tho stu- tjR
dent not for life, but for living." BflL
In the evening at Barratt hall Prof. tti
Norton discussed "The Responsibility ' f(
of the Home In Education." or "The .
Place of the Home In Society." Her j 8j
lecture was very Interesting and the Jjfif
points brought out were delightfully ii-' ftii
lustraled by many1 practical experl- VKOl
Yesterday afternoon the teachers of ng
th institute attended Trof. .UeClell ln's
Tabernacle recital by special invitation. Iu
A fine programme had be-n prepared 31
and i as highly enjoyed by the teachers. j W
1 HsMLaal ' Hi
1 Constipation i
IS CUHED BT
S Young's 4j II
W Antlbilious Granules. SljPj
jf They contain just the proper S(j
fi-a tios 'of thu be-st laxatives V im
35: known. A doso ach night A jjljjHj
O) causes regular natural bowel W
jk. movement every morning, clean- (a
flB ing out and toning up thoWhole W ISm
ilR svstcm. Not a purgative. 1HM l&l!
H CUBE CONSTIPATION. Won't W IjPJj
causo tho "pill habit." A trial gj M I
QftP proves tliem. 2o pr bottle. SF 3K;
i Drueh! & Franken, S j
DRUGGISTS, iS Bj
A Southeast Corner Main and (o? jfij
JC Third South S tree to, Salt jft ml
W Lako Cit7. IK Jffljl
Agents for Bcxall Preparations. A SffEji
YODR OCTY 1
is to buy whero you can buy the best 2 j i
goods for the least monoy. T sell honost. m W
reliable Jewelry. Watches. Diamonds and U M II
Clocks cheaper than you can buy them in 9n Jl
any other placo in the city. ; m fij
THE JE WELTS U. 'jBH
7r. ICast Second South Street between J Wl l
.Commercial and Stato Streottv, F J7.B
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