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j 'THE SAT IKE TRTOWE: TUEriDAT JSlQIQSnCgrG-. JmSY 5. 3904. s g j
Of interest to KPonp. 1
1 HAT THE FOURTH
I' BY PEANZ H. SWEET.
ft flwrrlsM. jr'W' by Frnn,C " Swcct:)
Una 1 XbRTTON had retired late
ds' il D'thc night before.' for he had
I0( 1 ID pone to town on an even
i " ng trnin after a lot of things
I the boys things that were mostly
UD' B wtered with red 'paper and decorated
31 J vte Chinese designs in gilt, and that
'"IS I fuses attached. It was odd, but
D t had not once thought of the 'Fourth
1 ', j:5 go near until Ncwhold, the t.hlrd
I ypheff had declared hl3 intention of '
I nntlnlnsr out all night to "wake up
rV I) 4'S-"
! When lie returned, two men were re-
f plred to help him in bringing the
flVvackases tvoiv the train. The six
H?5ews were In the back yard then, at
ffl 1 pjrir upon a diabolical horn which was
J.y 0 b!ow wakefulness over the entire
Meghborhood. 9aryton hurried the cx
fifto'V" through the front hall, and hid
' M behind the, library window drap-
1 f wits- It was then 11 o'clock, and
i j tiptoed up to his room for such sleep
. i! he could get before the early morn
I fcjnotees should commence.
Ten minutes later he was dozing off
Tien the first experimental blastings
I, U the horn commenced. By the time
1) h had found a way to back the bed
li clothes about his ears there arose var-
Bj Ins acrr.mnanying and disquieting
I' U5 snapplngs and roars. Then, dl
I' wtly under his window came an ex
' B r!!on that shook the house and
I Iroujht him to a sitting posture. They
hi found his contribution! And it was
Q ty midnight!
g I teryton sank backhand listened with
U varying emotions regret at his gen
1 I iro?ily. submission to a just retribution
; (!, Anally, a pleasurable sensation of
a retrograding to his own boyhood. By
: 1 o'clock he was the ringleader of all
; their more daring demonstrations.
Butvhpn he went In, long after day
i' Ight, blackened and burned and
1 trolsed and tried to maKe himself pre
i ratable for breakfast, he felt that he
l I d had enough of the Fourth.
J After breakfast Caryton made a dl
I ; tljion of the remaining fireworks, and
I ; thin slipped from the house with his
h ' bout rod, while the nephews were
U j rating over their treasures.
I ! His Idea was to penetrate far enough
h l5to th? woods to escape all cotnpan-
1 i.'tshlp for the rest of the day. to be
!( ty himself until he could get the din
SwJ 1 uJ roar from his ears and the smoke
ULli Km his eyes. He knew of a trout
j toam that wandered aimlessly back
J izw.g the trees, with apparently no
1 M or destination save, to clothe its
xil basks wltnmoss. He would follow lt3
.If frntrlc windings, until perhaps he
4fl Vsu'il get cool enough to Induce some
TtWt rross to grow upon him.
t .1- jfooitas ho passed the last house in the
.'clas1 ond noted a figure in light dress
4,4 jwn the piazza, half hidden by a
W climbing ro.-e he was tempted to turn
J"S to ird spend the day there. He had
, Mj a Mis Leslie only a few times, but
4 it v.as a friendly little body and the
iffl charming of all the girls he knew.
Ipl 3 fe-t even turned at the gate; but
-J Vthey E0 ne heai' a w,Id yell from
Pj to back yard, and he suddenly
jj served away, merely lifting his hat
4ij lo the figure. Miss Leslie had seven
.JT a ..Mothers.
A half hour in the woods, and ho was
, ; yond the songs of robins and orioles
; ud Bparrows. and only heard the oc
't1, Clonal voices of hermit thrush and
tacager end woodpecker,
vj. ' Presently he put his rod together and
.1 - tut a liy into the stream. After a half
f -our of di-sultory fishing, he found an
"t& "'nu rock and seated himself upon
leaning his back against a tree
4 j& bunk
;f $0 long he slept or if he slept at
t m ,m 1 dId not know- But the first
I fl was acutely conscious of was
f SI M ffort 10 d'spntangle his hook fronr
?T 1 ?metnlnS behind, and of a vicious
'A '21 5ummln5 In the air. Turning hastily.
U -CJ ,esaw that 1,1 throwing his fly back
.'II,1 J cra new cast he had caught the hook
J,.,! wan immense hornets' nest, and that
1' "'s effort to disentangle it he was
j wnging the hornets toward him in an
f SIry cloud
: kiEv' n as ho loolc0- one dropped upon
j-JJ- ine2T an(1 another upon his forehead
flf ?Jf a tn,r1 uPn the hack of his neck.
4 i,unexpec-ted pain brought him to his
I A smV Wllh a yel1- In the presence of
' q ,?;?;rs,lhe cr' would have been sup
ivN Sfused; but back here In the woods.
FT , ", 0116 ln hearing, it was simply
i X : tin K yoli 01 surprised exaspera
'is t!niantl paln- A moment later ho was
S3 y through the woods with the
-il S nls co,,ege racing days, and
vjg what he believed to be ten thou
"W 'nkl "orneis singing a death song
.! had "ot sone more than a dozen
JS Iha3 A,vh?n he broke into an open glade
u-ri Thl 7m03t lnl Leslie's arms.
'iS uir gIJl o nor brought him to him
Ml h Lund 1,0 whirled swiftly with the
I : Ion l0n of hashing In another dircc
J VL . lle realized the consequences
- vr,i "e e,rl- p'ut her quiet, authoritative
. voke atayed him.
J flfT ?rV yu'elf down upon your
"CbLi i ti t'aryton," she admonished.
J X T 11 s tno only way- Don,t mind
'; a i ii i "ero often, and know how to
-' II ; t.M the hornets."
! $ ti7v -v'tted but an Instant, then
i ;' A .1Utlc u"hI,- and lhe v,chU3
r1 i I'm w;! kssced, and Boon died away
! sm i , r "hen he roe cautiously
H : ibiM . ' 1 nrund. Miss Leslie was
f J 3 . Vj;"a'" ' among the rollago twenty
m riLawfty' wherc ahc had retreated
r- S2.H,y alno t0 attract tho hornets'
.".;ni,lon- She now came forward.
1 21 'di.. ln y"'re not badly hurt, Mr.
j ! 'C the yen at hCr r"eIu,ly- rcmember-
AAiSr?0 1,t.hI,lk not." ho answered;
j ff crfr Ul splr,u You heard my battle
' rj t)Sev.? ,Yas lurk'ng mlsclleC in her
'J i '?ut ,,cr volce was calm.
3 S f V y. m; 1 heard It, of course,"
rffMi dem"rely. "But you were
X M r n.?!ly reusable. Iloriicls are awful
V hi c lLYf " 1 suppose so," doubt
I I' hcn hf c lJht fight of a lunch
1 Um '.and 1 1 1,0 oC familiar objects
I'- L11; things covered with red pa
ll and decorated with Chinese designs
in gilt, and that had fuses attached.
His eyes sought hers inquiringly.
"I beg your pardon, Miss Leslie," ho
said, "but how Is it you happen to be
here, and with fireworks?"
It was her turn to look embarrassed.
"Why, I I am trying , to accustom
myself to them," shA explained. "We
always have a lot at home and the boys
laugh at me for screaming whenever
one goes off near me. They are going
to have a big time tonight, and I I
brought these off here to to practice
with them, so I needn't scream. The
boys will be surprised."
"I sec. And have you fired off any
"N no," she confessed frankly. "I
haven't dared to. I've just looked at
"Well," boldly, "why can't I stay'
Willi you and help you fire them off? I
could hold the match, you know, and
you could tell me how."
She looked at him doubtfully, but
with evident relief.
"You won't be afraid?" sho asked.
"I'll try not to be, with you to stand
by and tell me how."
"Well, then, I guess you may, if you
don't mind. I I don't really believe I
would dare to do It by myself,"
It was a long, red-letter day, a glor
ious one In spite of Its being the Fourth
of July, in spite of the powder burns
of tho night before and the vicious pun
ishment of the hornets; and when ln
the late afternoon they stopped at the
Leslie gate there. was a look of absolute
content on Caryton's face. Miss Les
lie's cheeks were flushed and her eyes
-"May I speak to your father now?"
Caryton asked ln a low voice as he
opened the gate.
"No, no; not Just yet, Mr. Caryton.
please," she whispered hurriedly. "Tho
Fourth seems such a bold, wild, noisy
time to tell a a thing like this. Walt
a few days until I get used to tho Idea.
The boys are sure to chaff me when
they find out and but you must never,
"I promise," said Caryton solemnly,
"Including the hornets."
P.ELIGHTFULLY Informal was the
Kensington yesterday afternoon:
-.vhon Mrs. William H. Jones enter
tained in honor of Mrs. J. S. Lakin
of Palo Alto, Cal., who is spending a
abort time with old friends here. Flags
innumerable were used ln the decorations,
a ball of them suspended from the chan
delier ln each room, with an immenso silk
flag draped above tho stairs ln tho hall
and flags of smaller sizo over tho doors
and about tho walls ln all the rooms.
Vases of red and whlto carnations also
added to tho beauty of tho decorations.
Mrs. Jones's guests were: Mrs. J. S.
Lakln, Mrs. Hal W. Brown. Mrs. Ellen
Elliott, Mrs. F. D. Blckford, Mrs. Chas.
G. Plummer, Mrs. Coates, Mrs. F. A. Vin
cent, Mrs. S. Lincoln Boggs, Mrs. Robert
Munroe and Miss Mttnroo of Pittsburg.
Miss Preston, Mis. F. A. Druehl. Mrs.
John Cain, Mrs. D E Moore, Mrs. Wrngg
of Spokane. Mrs. Waller Scott, Mrs. A.
H. Boxrud, Mrs. II. J. Talbot, Mrs. Bonja
min Young, Mrs. II. B. Cole, Mrs. Eliza
beth Davis, Mrs. McCargar. Mrs. Joseph
Young. Mrs. Peak. Mrs. A. O. Honold,
Mis. Mayno, Mrs. John McVlcker. Mrs.
W. S. Loomls. Mrs. Bccman, Mrs. Ira
Lyon. Mrs. R. E. McConuughy. Mrs. E. O.
Lee, Mrs. Terrell. Miss Terrell, Miss Tal
bot. Miss Beatrice Davis, Miss Helen
Boxrud, Miss McCargar.
Lieut, and Mrs. Frank Somon o Cleve
land, O., will arrive ln tho city this morn
ing and will be guests for a few days of
Mr. and Mrs. L. L- Downing. Lieut, and
Mrs. Semon are on their wedding trip and
afler a visit here will go to Yellowstone
Miss Salflc Cox. for a numbor of years
ono of the popular teachers In this city,
was married sit Lincoln, Neb., on June
30 to Mr. Tucker of Shenandoah, In. Tho
bride was a teacher In lhe Jackson and
later In tho Lowell school and has many
friends here who will be Interested ln
learning of her marriage.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Keith will shortly
Issue invitations for a big reception and
dance, to bo given In their new npartment
house, Just east of the Alta club, about
the ICth of July. The house has Just been
completed, and. when furnished; will bo. a
most attractive place for entertaining.
Mra. Thomas Keams has discontinued
her Monday at home for tho summer
A very pretty christening party was that
of Sunday afternoon at tho Berkhoel
homo on West Fourth South street, when
Mary Louise, the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Lemon, and Mary
Helen, tho Infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. G I. Ritchie, all of Crossett, Ark.,
were christened by Rev. Mr. Ritchie, a re
tired Congrcgatlonnl minister who makes
his home In this city, and the great-grandfather
of the llttlo girls. Mlsa Agatha
Berkhoel acled as godmother for tho ba
bies. Mrs. 'A. W. McCune. Jr., has gone to
Montana for a visit with her mother.
Charles and Will Blytho of Laramla,
Wyo., are guests of their sister, Mrs. Jack
Miss Joslo Kimball of Ogdcn 13 a guest
of Mrs. W. F. Adams.
Several young people passed a pleasant
Informal evening yesterady at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Iloyt Sherman.
Rev. David Utter left yesterday morning
for California, after a pleasant visit with
old friends ln this city.
Miss Catherine Sanno gnvc an Informal
luncheon for a few friends at the Country
Mrs. Eugene Lewis and son, Morton
Lee, left Paris on June 'JO for Brussels,
after a visit at Cologne, a trip up tho
Rhine by steamer, a stay at Dresden, Ber
lin. Amsterdam and London. They will
sail from Liverpool July 2C, reaching New
York August 5. There they will be mrt
by Mr. Lewis, who, with Mrs. Lowls, will
return to-Salt Lako about the 1st of Octo
ber. Their son will begin his freshman
year at Dartmouth in September.
The Misses Harrison entertain at tea
this afternoon at their homo On East
Fourth South Btreet. The hours will bo
from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Mrs. E. W. Wilson of this city nnd Miss
Adella N Bishop of Decatur, 111., who
spent last year In this city with her sister.
COREAN CHEPE AND NET. "
WAIST WITH POINTED' YOKE 473S.
All Oriental silks are delightful to wear and make charming effects, but
none Is more desirable than the white Corean crepe which, combined with point
d'esprit net, makes this pretty waist. The blouse portion is full and droops over
the soft belt, while the yoke, made of net Insertion and fagottlng with motifs
of lace, Is cut ln deep points that give a most satisfactory outline nnd Is finished
with a' lace frill that is graceful and generally becoming. The quantity of ma
terial required for the medium size is 3- yards 21, 3 yards 27 or 1 yards 44
inches wide, with 8 yards of Insertion mud 5V yards of lace. A Muy aianton
pattern, No! -173S, sizes 32 to -10, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion
Department of this paper on receipt of 10 cents.
Send to t
Pattern No (Ten Cents Inclosed.)
4. As orders nre filled from the East, it will require about ten days
from receipt of order to recoivo patterns.
' Mrs, M. F. Cunningham, arc now at St.
Louis enjoying the fair.
A dozen or more friends hnd a delightful
time at the Informal muslcalc given last
evening by Miss Beatrice O'Connor. Nas
turtlrums were used In the decoration of
the home, nnd Chinese lanterns and flags
on the lawn. Several enjoyable numbers
wcro rendered by Miss Berkhoel, MIbs
O'Connor and Mr. Scheld. .
Mrs. A. R. Weetcr ha returned to her
homo In Park City after a visit with Miss
Cora Snyder of this city.
Miss Mary Hoag left yesterday morning
for Dillon, MonL, whore she will be tho
guest of Mrs. Alonzo Cushlng Xor several
'Mrs. T. W. G.illgher of Denver Is a
guc3t of Mrs. W. P. Alexander.
Loula Crltchlow left on Saturday la3t
for Buffalo, 'N. Y., for an Indellnlto stay.
Mrs. J. W. Whlto left yesterday morn
ing for Park City, after an enjoyable visit
with Mrs. p. McPherson of this city.
Miss Ilolllster Hancock is home from
Chicago, to which point she accompanied
her brother John, who has gone to Maine
to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Donaldson have gone
to Colorado Springs, whero they are to
make their home.
Mlas Martha Alexander entcrtalnB Infor
mally this afternoon for Mrs. William
Scott of Fort Worth, Tex.
Mrs. A. M. Howard and children lcavo
today for Brighton, where they will occu
py their cottago for tho summer.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Keith and Mr. and
Mra. J. O. Reber ontertalned noma forty
friends last evening at an informal lawn
party at tho old M. H. Walker homo on
South Main street, where Dr. and Mrs.
Keith arc making their home for a while
The affair was In honor ot Mrs. Kciih'a
brothers, Charles and Will Blythc, and
the guests wero among tho younger mem
bers of society.
John T. Donnellan will arrive in tho city
tho early part of next week from Califor
nia, and will stay here a few dayo on his
way to Mexico.
Miss Charlotte Holmes was hostess at a
beautifully appointed dinner at tho Knuts
ford last evening. Tho table decorations
were In pink sweet peas, pink-shaded can
dles lighting tho table. Miss Holmes's
guests wero Mr. and Mrs, Henry M. Dln
woodey, Mr. and Mrs. Leioy G. Din
woodoy, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Dalton and
Gus Holmes, Jr.
Edna Clark Is home from Idaho, where
sho has been viaiting friends for a month
Wherever y o u set
ten baking-po-dcr cplctj
coffee fbvorinz eVnrti ' tolx
there is fair .dealing too.
At yum urcctt'i; one)back.
THE BEER YOU LIKE
Made of the purest
j,, Ingredients. I In
every respect the
equal of any beer
brewed. Order a
trial case quarts
Adam Snyder, Atjt., 276 S. Main St.
Fred Krug Brewing (Bo.
Omaha's Model Brewory,
Telephone 1061 Y. SALT LAC3.
I See the ladies' patent opera E
heel dress shoe wo offer at j
; $1.98 i
: Kid, patent tip, LXV. heel, j
dress shoe, at
i $1.98 j
I Men's box calf welt, at !
' THERE ABE OTHERS. j
! Selling Out
I 258 SOUTH MAIN, j
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S, HANAUER, Manager.
Removed lo J52 South W. Tcmplo.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will recoivo prompt attention. Analytlcul
work a specialty. Scud for prlco Hat, '
To the point; if other teas
are as good or better than
Tree Tea, should they not
lead instead? But other teas
don't. Tree Tea leads them
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t mmm 1 1 x
H IMPORTED BY i
n SAH FRANCISCO. ' f
S IN COMFORT. I
y There Isn't always satisfaction !J
whero you ace smoke, but there 41
might be If you amoked -3
TAMPA GEM- I
I CIGARS. 1
Wo know this cigar Is good. jd
( TRY ONE. BC EACH.
2.W THE BOX. y
DRUG CO. 1
E Cor. Stato and Second South Sts. n
I FREE m '
A practical Illustration of Y & E Vertical
Correspondence Filing Flies anything
Hat, compact, convenient Want it?
A. R. DERGE & CO.
ii ii wi II 1 1 I i i 1 1
j When 'phoning
65 for the cor I
rect time ask I
I about Lyon & I
jj Co. jewelry at s
SThis Is Not a SelS,
j. But a Genuine Sale I
I Of REFRIGERATORS, a few S
j left of the Celebrated Illinois a
Auto Matic We are selling H
Fruit Jars, Hammocks, Gasollno
Stoves and Icc-Cream Freez-
3 ers, cheaper than anybody elso
In the city. If you don't believe Sj
Sus, come and see.
King Hardware & j
I Stove (So., I
a The Old Reliable Stand. 1
i 'Phone, 4S. Either line. gj
winm mm i in m in hp i i
j "Tho Best of tho Good Ones."
jTHREE -GROWN j
j5akiffig wder j
I Made in Salt Lako by '
HEWLETT BROS. CO. j
E5TABLI5HED IS64- 1
ONE. PRICE TO ALL NEVERNDR50LD W
ANOTHER EXCITING, ;' 1
STARTS THIS MORNING
THE DISPOSAL OF ALL f
REMNANTS and "
j ODDS and ENDS
! OF SUMMER GOODS .
i Must be Absolute Immediate! j
! The Accumulation of Remnants After 3 i
! Weeks of Tremendous Selling Noar
j Cast on Your Mercy. , B
I It'll be another Crowd-Compelling Week throughout this H
always busy store. All the Eemnants, all the Odds and Ends, I
all Short Lots and Broken Lines of Summer Goods all that ; B
remains from the most successful sale ever experienced by F. i H
Auerbach & Bro. will be thrown out this week, and the prices ! I
affixed cover only a fractional portion of the real value of the $ - I
goods offered. Pages upon pages of advertising wouldn't add 1 M
one iota to the merits of the sale paper is patient. R
You'll practice economy in its fullest sense by par- I
ticipating in this bargain carnival this week. j I
So much of it used at this oea
son and so much of it weak
adulterated stuff, that wo -wish
to call yofir attention to JJv
H Jamica Ginger, j
S Made from tho finest selected mv
VM? root, full of strength and medl-
MB cinal virtue Not a prain of QJ
aS Capsccum, or any of tho usual ?a
cheap substltutCH. Getting the 3?
6 best possible, means getting Wr
gjfo ours ftj
1 Druehl & Franken, 1
Cm Southeast Cornor Main and
tL Third South Streets, Salt ij
ff Lake City.
in our prices.
Our goods are uniformly
the best in each, line and
our prices always very
Uothing" is sold by us
without an absolute guar
antee. 3jDg ta b Us K
Anthracite coal, all sizes I
1 Burton Coal Sc Lumber Co.
j GO W. 2nd So. 'Phono 808.
! DENTISTRY 1
At tho Largest and Best I 18
I Equipped Dental Office j H,
in tho State. V
OUB U.TTLE: ) j
Perfect work, Popular Prices.
Good set of teeth, t5. Jl ,
Gold crowns, 22-k., ?3. 1
Bridge work, to. j
1 Gold linings, $1 to 5. 5
i Be3t alloy lullnga, $1.
All other fillings, 50 cbnts. Xt
Palnleu oxtractlon, 60 cents. R I
Wo guarantee and keep our work M I
ln reaalr. h I
LAdy attendonL Hours, 3 to 7; G
Sunday, 10 to 2. f
i Boston Dental Parlors, J
J 126 $Iain Street.
T In the bmutifut inibnrh! of Oakland. V
V California. Confarjtloxreaa and h
3 grants diplomas. ,?jiiinary k
couik accredited lo the Univcf-Uics r
y and Ic.-.dlnc Knntcrn Colleges. FaII fa
g: tcrntopcnsJiujf :o, iQO-i. Writs fc,
H for handomclv i!iit'?Taled CQtnlojuc. f-) '
MRS. C. 7. MILLS, Pros. fe
g Mills Collage P. 0., California jw
WEIGHT , ;
Docs not ontor Into tho profits
IT IS THE SAME NOW as al
ways honest weight and honest 1
flour or YOUR AIONEY BACIC
I GROUND FEED I
oats. U corn, M barley, carefully m1
cleaned, then eround, Is cheaper ! Tffi J.
and better for horses than straight J ' I
onls, Try It. Custom Food Mills. I fij !
330 So. 3rd West. Tel. Kl. i