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J The b-&jjv XtASE TgrntajTB; Friday Momsra-e, Jtji,t I. 1904. b .
Of Merest to CUotm j
xIhen the mist cleared
jjlk I ET KATE M. CLEARY.
Mr I ,rfrhtc4 m.V Kate M- Cler
ParL had known that the meeting
OtyfU Ilm would be a rtock. but she
WU6p Irflstcd to the hope hat. being
by I3 ,rntl. she would also be forc
u 7 5" ""a she felt helplessly furi-
CO I . leellsc that she had grown cold
I Jsbltc the instant he stood before
bocn crossing to the parlor
te. ?tt dining-room after luncheon,
J m Cameron had come along-
111 lirmo than the
III I '? had wooed. She had bloomed
V li the atmosphere of luxury, and
ISSSured social position that had
I If fa her with her marriage. And
' fiff'? He rejoiced that the hand
JrM ! him an Instant trembled In
"r tv rSt. But his eyes, that dwelt as
scrl .ffiisclnatlon upon her face, were
' 1 ntfl uh unutterable reproach,
cr. AYferfrst words were plteously defen-
Jl'ft s in all the papers," she fal
n sl$ -Everyone believed it. Your own
3uL0. M3CC2pted the r.ews of your
j 1mA k true'"
Mfir'ih to God that it had been!" he
rrn' &l msslonntely. "When later I read
ii lOr' marriage well. I hated those
lc Co 'pulled the Spanish knife out of
2i iiuddered-her sweet lips paling:.
-jj . l&You heard," she asked hiin, "you
iipT that was my liusbnnd -who
:. WlH fccke?"
, kt you look quite well iulte like
'J 'itJ old self," she said anxiously.
fn 1 KOt over lhtlt nurt 1111 rishL
UJijJ the other I can't get over. Put on
J hat and come down on the beach.
Isabel. That Is, if your, husband does
n't object," he added, with a slight,
sarcastic curl of his handsome lip.
She drew herself up proudly.
"My husband," she said coldly, "ob
jects to nothing that I dol I will go
with you for a short -walk.
And she told herself the while she
Hung on her golf cape and crushed a
little scarlet Tarn o'Slianter down on
her dark hair with hands that still
shook that this was the only time she
would speak with him alone. She owed
him nn explanation, and he should have
It lie must not be permitted to coil
strue her emotion at sight of him In
to belief that she still harbored a rom
antic attachment toward him.
Towering cliffs hid them from the
sprawling, fashionable town. The roar
of the surf came up to them in a low.
booming, thunderous monotone. Ahead
behind over the vlstac of sand and
ru-oi. duiscs ui. mu ui.t:aii nuug a log,
dense. Illusory, silvery, mysterious. In
its rifts phantom ships were visible,
dipping and curtseying on their noise
"It's all very harmonious," said Roy
Cameron grimly. "Might have been
made to order as a setting for our lit
tle comedy, eh9 Nothing around us but
vague obscurity. And we three the
most hopeless of all the ghosts that
"We three?" she repeated, not com
prehending. "You and I and the ghost of our,
vanished happiness!" he said.
"Oh!" she murmured. Then, for a
little while they walked on In silence.
"Isabel." he aslced suddenly, bending
forward to look Into her averted face,
"why did you marry that rich man?"
Her wifely pride rose Instantly in
arms at the insinuation. i
"You speak as though Robert Graeme
were a rich man only," she said Indig
nantly. "He is a good man a wise
and honorable man."
"But you did not love him," Cameron
went on mercilessly. "And you were
engaged to me."
"They told me you were dead In the
Philippines!" she burst out, harassed
and eager to have the talk over. "My
brother Frank was In tremendous
monetary difficulties. There was dis
grace of some sort ahead for him.
Mother was breaking her heart over the
whole matter. And then then Robert
nsked me to be his wife. I knew he
could fix up everything. Besides, I
was fond of him. I always admired
him very much!" she ended defiantly.
"Ah!" he said quietly too quietly.
"That was the way, was it?"
They had walked rapidly, quite out
stripping all the others sauntering in
the same direction. Isabel was breath
less from haste. The hulk of an old
boat, drawn high on the beach, offered
shelter from the rising wind and the
too insistent clamor of the waves. Mrs.
Graeme sat down on an embankment
of sand somo children had made In the
shadow of the boat.
"I shall rest a few minutes. Then
we will go back," she said.
She was wholly unprepared for the
violence with which he broke Into
"Back! You would go back to him?
"When It Is I. Isabel I, who have the
best, first, real right to you! If it were
not for that accursed blunder about
my death you would have been wait
ing for me still."
White, stricken, shocked, she sat
there while he raved on. She had never
Imagined such madness, nor such sel
fishness. For it was all of himself he
spoke all for himself hc cared. He
would miss her so. Hc had great pos-
M 3 Mrs villlam Bayly, Jr., Miss Sherman,
2 fcs Miss Laura Sherman, Miss Salisbury,
Miss Kinney, Miss McGralh, Miss Emily
S Read. Miss Lola McMillan, Miss Cnthe-
- ' . rlnc S.mnon. T. Ellis Browne. Geome N.
lfi JR AND MRS- OUY SUNDERL1X
'm III ELDRERGE of New York wero
jjfl ll Eutats of honor at a very pleasant
' 'm dtuiclrg party last evening, given
'' jL ' illss Mary J. Eldrodgo at the homo
i tttr mother on East First South street.
rati rooms on thc onst sldc of the nousc'
tpe-T arc furnlahcd in blue, wcro cleared
at'"j -'anclns and decorated entirely in
tf tiers' buttons and greens. Gallardia
, ' used In the pnrlor, where thc guests
),' "V XH received by Mlsa Eldredge. Mr. and
nJtn rt Gu S. Eldredge, and vases and
1 of nasturtiums in thc music-room.
prober of small tables were used for
in the dining-room, each
0 Kits a bowl of crimson rambler for a
I Jrplece. Punch wss served in thc
'l to-?Pi8Ullr8' and a" orchestra was sta
in the hirgo hnll downstairs. The
- S?L rUUn5 of the porch were cov-
t i f-vi-. " ?lvaJocs, and a number of
it. I SiS? .nnd "cttees made an Inviting
4' &r?5'r,,rtco for lno dancers. Miss Eld
rt D iil ue3U5 numbered about seventy-
J' if k. 'Iiorouehly enjoyable event of thc
II ,fcT, . miT SCQaon was the- "&00" party
d li T ffn 'day aftemocn by Mrs. George
4 t'li.Tt ine .forciies. KeJ,
ui ,and yellow, the colors of the
,yu'"a Purchase exposition, were car
n lne decorations and favors.
osUng of souvenirs brought
lA Wallace from the fair. Flowers,
t. 'iM,X. jn3 lu lno colors named were
mM -Kfl,i ewer Possible, making effective
'nni B Nearly all of the guests
- Sri v n7 members of a club to which
)ts o ,3 also belonged for several
Kl thrti, a the afternoon was n moat en-lfiS,iS?e-,T1,08
Invited wcro Mrs. M.
Hi kn, Mra' J- D- Thompson, Mrs.
i Vn R,nMrs- George Phelps Holman,
- 4 aa.i vmury Mr-3- Hanauer, Mrs. Ed
l ' ti PaJlku Mr" Georgo M. Downey,
I 2 &Tt Mrs- pfout2, klrs. George A.
I ' iffin, . V? Alexander C. Ewlng, Mrs.
I ? 5onhiL R,co- Irs- J- S FcrriH, Mra.
1 r SP"' iIm ' w- Powers, Mrs.
' Ch?,! York' Mr- T- G- Wcbbor,
. i Tucp & Andersjon. Mrs. Wilbur W.
i I. frri,.. r& Hubbard W. Reed. Mrs. H.
I 1 aAL83 Ieogh. Mrs. Mary
'. f Wre a i Charles C. Goodwin, Mrs.
'HS ?k" Veeden leaves this evening
Kf, lho fourth with Denver frlendu,
I B wwiiSSBfh,n varty WQH lh,lt 8ven
f ni?i yi"c(a rl,d, about lho city and
1 I tw0" 1 1? blK' coach "Ulah." the
I trc 7, ,lrlven to the country club,
I a v,'a? served on the lawn
I fcei i?uil,bfr J Jl-lbleK. Among
I iSi cJoyod tlu. vnfralr wor.j Copt.
. John E. Woodward, Mr. and
Mrs William Bayly, Jr., Miss Sherman,
Miss Latira Sherman, Miss Salisbury,
Miss Kinney, Miss McGralh, Miss Emily
Read. Miss Lola McMillan. Miss Cathe
rine Sannon. T. Ellis Browne. George N.
Lawrence, Lieut. Sanders, Lieut. Beebe.
Lieut. Parker. James Salisbury. Walker
Salisbury. Jack Roylc, Louis McCornlck
and Harry Roberts.
Patriotic In all Its details of decoration
was the luncheon given ypslerday by
Mrs. J. C. McChtln In honor of her sister.
MIes Thompson of Mlhvuukee, In the
center of the long table was a drum gay
ly decorated with lings and firecrackers.
Many small Hags were used on the chan
delier, while all about the rooms of tho
homo were flowers In the national colors.
Tiny cannons wero used for favors, and
the place cards were decorated with small
flags. Invited to meet Miss Thompson
were Mra. Frank Hess of Ogdon. Mrs.
Dora Snyder. Mrs. B. F. Bauer, Mrs. W.
W. Rivers, Miss Leta McMillan, Miss
Terrell, Miss Mary Talbot and Miss Bee
Mr. and Mrs. W G. Lamb entertained
a party of friends at Saltalr last night.
They went out on tho G o'clock train, en
Joyed supper, and later the pleasures of
the resort. Included In the party wcro
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Armstrong, Mrs.
Sara Bransford. Mrs. Llla Read, Mrs.
Murphy, MIhs Llla Richards, Mr. Baker,
Mr. Leonard. Mr. Johnson.
Mrs. John W. Christy and mother. Mrs.
Paul, have gono to Long Beach, Cnl., to
be away a month or six weeks.
This evening nt tho Tabernacle the
friends of Hugh Dougall will have tho
pleasure of hearing hhn Blng for tho first
time since his return from Europe. No
Invitations have been Issued, no scats will
be reserved, but tho public Is cordially In
vited to attend thc recital. Children un
der ten years of age will not be admitted
to the Tabernacle, and tho doors will bo
locked during tho recital.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. E. King and children
aro home from their long European vl3lL
Members of the Pan-Hellenic society
cnjojmd a pleasant outing at the lake yes
terday afternoon. They went out on the
early train, enjoyed the bathing, supper
being served at C o'clock. Among tho
members of the society are Mrs. J. C. E.
King. Mrs A J. Gorham. Mrs. Frank J.
Gustln. Mrs. M. L. Ritchie. Mrs. Frce
lnnd, Mrs. H. IL Lawson. Mrp. Charles
Wilkes, Mlstf Colburne, Miss Ethel Paul.
Miss Edythe Ellerbeck, Miss Sara Rfcld
Park, Miss Ruth Paul, Miss Claire Eller
beck. Mro. J. W. McKInncy left last evening
for MIddleton, Ida., to visit her parents.
Dr. Buchcr has gone to Morgan, "Utah,
to bo away until July 11.
Cards wore yesterday received by
friends In this city, announcing the mnr
rlaKO of Miss Lulu Belle Clarke and Ar
thur S. Worswlck. The marrlago took
.place on tho evening of Juno 20 at Elko.
Nov. Mr. and Mrs, Worswlck will be at i
slbllities, which only she could inspire.
If she would only go away for awhile
let Graeme get a divorce for desertion.
Then they could be married and leave
this pnrt of the world. He knew of a
good opening In Havana. His love
should make a recompense to her
She found her voice there.
"Love!" she repealed. "Love!" And
he quailed a little before the grave
scorn In her eyes.
"You would have me break my
pledged vows, degrade my loyalty,
bankrupt my life for what?" She
paused, shaken by the revulsion of feel
ing that overwhelmed her. Was this
her Ideal lover? Was this man peev
ish, passionate, wearisomely persistent
the hero she had enshrined in her
"Oh. hush!" she said brokenly.
Ho thought she spoko (hus because
of the approach of others. Two men
wero leaning against the hulk of tho
boat on the farther side. But It was
only after she had spoken that she
recognized her husband's voice.
"If It were not for a certain knowl
edge I possessed, Travis,'' he was say-
child to be my wife, long and dearly
though I had loved her. It was not
even that I coud help her family out
of a dire difficulty were I one of them,
nor yet wholly because I was aware of
tho unstable Character of the man for
whom she had, I understood, a girlish
preference. It was chiefly because I
knew I could not live long. I've heart
trouble of an Incurable kind my doc
tor tells me. She does not suspect of
course; she is all that is sweet and
pure and womanly. But it does me
good to know that one of these dayj,
when she is free again she will have
the protection of my name even though
I am no longer with her. She will be
still a young nnd beautiful woman, and
a very wealthy one. You understand
I aril only .telling UiSs to you In con
fidence, because you are such an old
friend, and I could not bear to have
you doubt my motives. Shall we talk
Thoy went back toward the town, ob
livious of the two In the shadow of the
Isabel rose quickly and looked out
over the tumultuous waste of waters.
A fluctuant color was hot In her cheek.
Her eyes were full of a brooding bril
liance Cameron had never seen in them
"You heard?" she asked him. "You
know that waa my husband who
"He nodded, misunderstanding her
emotion. "If what he said Is true, Isa
bel, I will wait."
She fiared out at him then. He would
wait he who was not fit to brush the
shoes of that other man whom he
flouted I That other man whom she
honored whom she loved! She 3poke
In no uncertain terms. He quivered
with tho merited stlnir of her rlisdnin
But he understood a last. And when
she had Hung away from him and was
walking rapidly back alone, he followed
and caught up with her.
"I'll go aSvay tonight Forgive me If
you can! See, the mist Is clearing off."
The silver veil was rolling up like a
scroll from the tossing, peevish billows.
Arid the sun was shining forth, daz
"Thc mist Jias quite cleared," she
said. And then lower. "Thank God!"
That night Robert Graeme, marveling
at her greater gentleness of words, the
new tenderness of her smile, thrilled to
think that perhaps his one wild dream
was coming true after ajl, nnd that he
might win the love he crnved.
"Dear,' she said to him, "It 'is such
a beautiful world. I am finding out
that I am happy!"
He bowed his head over her hand
that she might not see the rapture In
his eyes. And both found tho silence
homo to their friends In this city after
July 6 at -12 Church street.
Mrs. Fisher S. Harris and children left
yesterday for Brighton, where they will
pass the heated term.
Miss Beatrice O'Connor will give an In
formal mualcalc at her home on "the even
ing of July -I.
Prof. Thomas Radclih'o has gone to
Newtonvllle, Mass., for his summer vaca
Miss Birdie Thompson Is spending tho
summer with friends In San Francisco.
V, a a
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Solomon, who are
vlBltlng Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Colin, have
returned from a visit to Soda Springs and
will leave Sunday for Yollowaiono purk
and tho East by the northern route.
Mrs. Frank Knox and two sons aro
home from Notre Dame. Ind., where the
boys have been attending school during
tho past year. They spent a few days at
tho fair on their way home.
Miss Mabel G. Thorn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Thorn of this city, and
Samuol L. Wells, a rising youns business
man of Lehl, were married In the Temple
here on Wednesday at noon Mr. anl
Mrs. Wells left on tho evening train for
Lehl, their future home, Tho bride has
been one of the popular teachers in tho
public schools here, and thc best wishes
of many friends follow the young couple
to their home.
3 a '
Mrs. R. Savage and two daughters havo
gone to the Savage ranch in Wyoming
for the summer.
The friends of Miss Wlnnlo Coleman
will regret to learn that she Is quite 111
at tho Holy Cross hosipit.il, where sho
has liiHt underirono nn unemtlnn for nn.
Tomorrow will be Unitarian day at La
goon, and a large number arc preparing
to enjoy the outing. Rev. David Utter of
Denver will probably reach hero In tlmo
to Join the members of the church and
Sunday-school for their annual picnic.
Miss Hannah Whyte and Miss Edna
May leave tomorrow for a month's visit
with relatives In Butte.
ON BIG EXPOSITION
Commissioner L. W. Shurtllff of the
,Utah World's Fair commission has re
turned from an extended trip to St. Louis
and Chicago. He says the fair la com
plete; with tho exception of a few small
sections hero and there, and that " the
present Is as good as any time to take
the trip. Thc weather, he says. Is Just
as warm n Salt Lake as It In In St. Louis.
Judge Shurtllff was present at the Re
publican National convention, nnd says,
notwithstanding reports to tho contrary,
there was no lack of enthusiasm and
Expert piano tuner and repairer. P. O. j
box, !)05. 'Phouu Beesley Music Co,
LOST HOUSE BY FIRE
AND IS BADLY BURNED
W. S. Patterson lost his house at 311
East Tenth South by fire early yesterday
morning, while hc himself was badly
At 5 o'clock Mr. Patterson, who Is mas
ter mechanic at the barns of the street
car company, got up and lighted a lit
tle oil stove in tho kitchen, after which
he wont back to bed. .About forty-five-minutes
after this ho ivas arouatd by a
neighbor shouting to him that his kitchen
T'a.s, on fire. Tho lire department was
quickly summoned, and, In spite of thu
long run, the steamer and hose wagon
from No. 1 and tho truck from No.' I, In
command of Chief Bywator. arrived on
the sceno nr.d set to work on the flame?.
The entire building was entirely wrapped
In llro and the greater part of their ef
forts had to bo directed to saving the
surrounding property. As It wus, a frnm!
and brick building on tho west side of
Mr. Patterson's houso suffered damage to
tho amount of Slo.
Insurance to th amount of $1000 was
carried by Mr. Patterson on his house,
and J250 on tho contents. Tho total loss
Is a little over J20(0.
Mr. Patterson did' not seem to know
how ho received his injuries. It seems
ihat when he awoke he was surroundi-d
by flames, but in tho excitement ho did
not notice this, and he thinks he ac
quired them running upstairs after his
wife. No other InJurlcB were suffered by
any one. Mrs. Patterson only saved her
self by Kreut presence of mind.
Both tho Injured man's face and hands
wcro scorched and burnt by thc HamcH.
Thoy wero promptly dressed by Dr. C. M.
Benedict, who says the consequences will
not - bo serious.
IS EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD
B. H. Bower, mombcr of thc State
Board of Horticulture for tho Second dis
trict, has filed a report on horticultural
conditions In thc district with Gov. Wells.
The report states that conditions gen
erally aro moro favorable this season than
for some time, there being a partial crop
of peaches In all partu of the district.
The prospects are good for a heavy crop
of apples, although tho crop of Bartletis
will be shorter In some sections.
Mr. Bower says the crop of cherries Is
up to the average, and that more atten
tion Is being given to this branch of hor
ticulture than heretofore. Strawberries
have brought good prices, and the de
mand has been greater than the sup
ply. A large crop of raspberries is set.
The County Commissioners of Sevier
county, he says, have purchased three
largo pumps to aid thc people In spray
ing. About Monroe and In other parts
of tho county tho tent caterpillar Is said
to have entirely destroyed tho foliage on
both shade and fruit trees. In L'tah
county thc lato snow at hatching tlmo
destroyed almost the entlro crop of cater
pillars, without damaging tho fruit.
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of 76ch
L G. Eansoiioff
The Toggery Shop
l ONE DOOR SOUTH of tho
K Vienna cafe Call and look us A
k over. a
fi? LEE G. RANSOHOFF, g
Cy Manager. 3
ATTEND REAL ESTATE DAY
if AT SALTAIR.
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Vh X a relief" rom tho patn"mlTocon-'
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Ksuch rt'lioi HUlrciuis imvo found It worth j
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for and a:M
Cross babies become good
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nourishes and pleases.
,a"" "OOD CO.. BOSTON, Miss.
I.irViA Manufacturer ot , . f
M fj-1 and dealer In fc
ti ' Jewelry und dla- K
rnonda und other precious stones i
e pay particular attention to
nrst-clu83 watch repairing. At C
well prepared to do all work In ?
that line, as we corT7 a full ai- f
torunent of material.
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I IT IS THE SAME, NOW as al
wayshonest welKht and honest
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FOE TOILET AIv'D BATH.
Fingers roughened by Beedloworl:
catch every stain and look hopolesBly
dirty. Hand Sapolio removes not
only tho dirt, but also tho loosened,
injured cuticle, nnd restores the fin
gers to tholr natural beauty.
ALL GROCERS AND DHUGGISTS.
I .ICECREAM I
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-r Which have bom on llif maikot for p
tho last three yoars. mid are grow- 4-
Ing more In favor evory day. for tho
rouson thev are made of PURE
CREAM well frozen ami iilwnv (5
ready. Made in our own laboratory
nnd sold exclusively at the famous
fountain of the
IF. J.' HILL!
1 DRUG COMPANY 1
- Cbrr.er opposite postofflce. q
O "The cream that utood the lost."
Don't forget Real Estate Day,
June 29th, at Saltalr. fa
O O D ) O Q G G G O -O
I GROUND FEED 1
ti Vj oats. V corn. Vt barley, carefully R'J
St chaned. then ground Is cheaper fj
Vi and bolter for horses than fitralsht M
FJ oa.Lt Try it. Custom Feed Mills, S3
j 330 So. 3rd West. Tel. CGI. Rj
ITCc per ton off anthracite coal dur-
Inir month of Juno. S
Burton Coal & Lumber Co, i
GO W. 2nd So. 'Phono 808.
K.'Wfi.- i.-riiL. trin.1-;-. f...,-.' v 1 1' W r .-1 1 v..
ON ALL, CAR LINTJ9.
Try life tin Next Tiiirao You
0. C. EWINO, Proprietor.
Hoadoiuartera for mining nv:n and ctodi
man. RATES (3 A DAY AND UP,
New and olccant In all Its apiiolntiucnU,.
-2Q roomr( UdIo or cn oultc, Cl roocua wltjj
j FRIC Q At- NEVE RNDERSOLD j i
Msrks the Climax of Vaine-giving Our Supreme I 1
; ortj to Swsep Out, all Summer Goods.
V Failf-h?ll,lC;TIII"drr'f? ot ,ya,nlH of this seaBonVs"Etyles tind colors In dark and. j
ll?ht grounds, nobby dexigns. sultablo or entire gowns,
waists and separate aklrts; values up to JL50 a yard. Your B
K choice (per yard) r..., ODC I
H CREPE DE CII1NE Zi Inches wide, rich, lustromj quality, in'ali"", I fl
i. tho leading colors. Including cream and black. Values up e?r H 111
r; to J1.25, for only (per yard) ., , ; jyC w MB
i; PEAU DE SOIE Z0 colors of extra fine quality Pean de Solo 3 01
q Silk, 20 Inchea wide, Including every shade; value J1.23. O- I !
5 for only (per yard) , OOC n 111
BLd9 ORENjVDINE 11-Inches wldo, In small,' neat' meshosT also fancy U III
ct weave In Htrlpe and check effects; value up to J2.25 a yard- 5 IH
nearly E0 stylos to select from, lor only . 3 111
(per yard OOC Ifl
E ALBATROSS Guaranteed all-wool, doublo fold. 35-Inch wide " K Ifl
R Crepo Albatross In 40 fihadea, Including cream and black:' I II
g valuo up to 70c. only (per yard) oyC I l
I g: VOIIES Imported full wool voiles; 44 Inches wide. In all tho t fl
K lato spring whadca. Including cream and black, value S1.25: oo $ II
Kj only (per yard) , OOC H
ft CREPE DE PARIS Lupin silk and wool Crepo de Paris, 'hi "" U
hi groen, tan. brown, blue, cream and black; valuo Id it
K $150, closing out at (per yard) , yijC S II
h MOHAIRS 2o pieces Imported brllllantlno and Slcllllans. These rtoods am r, II
g cravenottod. -IC to CG Inches wide, In handeomc small flgnrcH i D
R; and stripes, and aro all marked 50 per cent less than regular. on nt I II
g Selling at 7Jc Soc. f5a 1.2i and up to (per yard) ..... I tt
THIS SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. I
Salt Lake City Corporation. Health Department, J j
j Joseph J. Meyers, Inspector of Provisions- ; fl
Mr. F, C. Schramm, .yvf? j II
; Cor. 1st So. and IiTain, City -,s-' I In
j Dear Sir: H
; Sample of ice cream gathered by myself the early part of this (H
; month, which tho city chemist analyzed and returns of which, made 1
to mc aro as follows: j B
Thirty-six per cent showing no traces of any adulteration what- j i
j ever. S
; Hoping that you will maintain tho high standard throughout tho I
; summer, I rtni, very respectfully, 1
JOSEPH J. MEYERS, Inspector of Provisions. i
"We malso our own ice cream. n
- SCHRAMM'S, j
Vher tshv Cars Stop. fi ! j;
I Purost and Best for Puddings, Custards, Blanc ManRe, Etc 1
For S3le by all first-class grocers. ' 'B
S The gastronomic highway must he sprinkled with a t; ijj' I
Iliealthful beverage. Idan-ha natural mineral water is. s 1 1 j
what you should use. c j
EIEGEPv & l j J
"Tho "vThiskey Merchants." j f1-
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A practical Illustration of T & E Vertical
CotrcBpondence Filing. Files anything
Hat, compact, convenient. Want it?
A. R. DERGE & CO.
UPPER FAILS RESORT
Most beautifully situated resort In tho
State. Fine trout fishing. Plenty of
chado, cold sprlnc water, dancing pavilion,
new dining-room, no mosquitoes, no sa.
loon. The Ideal family outing place. Tele
phono or write L. JL. DOINAK.
I Wash the Soy
Or Wash the I 1
As of ten as you plcfise. It won't I
!3 hurt either of thorn. That is g Kjjjl K
providing you buy tho Wash an B
i; Tub Kind. A guarantee with R ffljj ! 1
;J each one. Scnsiblo mothers aro, gfjjl m
i coming more evory year to see'E fjkr I
5 tho wisdom of dressing tho JU H
boys duiing tho summer in H W- fl
L- common sonao WASH CLOTH- I ffinj'J ; !
t ING and permitting them to jjjjj fj
play in dirt If they want to. C i1 ' ' S
All the styles aro handsomo a T II
Kl and none aro expenslve 75c to 5 ) jj
I Howe & Kelly Co. l
132 MAIN STREET. Sl i
ONE PLAIN 1 V j I
m PRICE FIGURES S j, :
YOR DOTY pilj
Is to buy whore you can buy tho boat '.'() ifi
jjood3 for tho least money. I soli honost. ;'i , SL'jj
rellablo Jewelry. Watches, Diamonds and Hfil
Clocltn cheaper than you can buy them In jj MD
any other place In tho city. j i . 'ffljj
SHL SBGKLE, 1 .!j$
TI1J5 JEWELER, ! ,' (
75 12aat Second South Stroot, between f ' f Jjl 8,'
Commercial and Statu Streets, r , H