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Sf" 1 AN INTERRUPTED SOLILOQUY.
he If BY KEITH GORDON.
. F.I ,-viprrlBht. M. Frances Wilson.)
' TGH,M breathed Louise Radnor In
) hi ft'l dl"gust. as she rubbed vlcloue
' " 'I w at the glove on Ker shapely
' hand "How I loathe and de
,0U H j i poverty1 I actually bellevo I shed
y V i I fJor of Bosolcne Jufit as Madge Carr
r ' .! 1 r.thc odor of violets!"
ft P ' ft "Stonomvl economy! economy!" she
ID.' i1 ,.lnucd. 'punctuating her words with
j 1 "i now fastening upon a line
fo j'S e wveral others dancled In pa
Se helplessness. "How I hate the
"5' Vil'iluff to ourself has always the ad
of affording relief to pent up
tttlU wUDg3 without encountering opposl-
j go jt may have been aa much on
a hlji if itcoont of the explosive quality of her
it Tfl.! a?ughts aa of tho fluid sho was using
Wi .l-. Tmlse had selected the far end of
P OlV Wuif tack lawn for her operations that
18 Pure. ; j fence was high and almoot con
jJwi'd by a network of spring greenery,
retard moment the girl forgot herself,
ii u j'1Vat in admiration of the scene about
PeoSf-ljfc &-tne K11 old, lref3 Uner, ?'h,c1
store. J-8T ire generations of Ralnors had played.
" H ai the velvety sward upon which a
" V Kfc'n was hPP,nS about 1,1 a husiness
) at search for food.
WW Ken she sighed again, two ominous
?e V ii, appearing on her smooth forehead,
wrh-. x silk waist was plunged into its gas-
' It $ot bath with an energy born of re
l tlkm at things as they were.
L" 'It I had a son," she burst out, car
. jifj far beyond the proper scope of
ii -ildcnly meditations Dy the strength
jf'her feelings, "I'd tench him from his
r rwth up that money was the greatest
tilns in the world."
Uy Shs paused in her work and glanced
Lllliti frJantly about. She ached to have
I waebody hear the shocking sentiment
Toar ii tt was voicing, but the only living
J thing in sight was the robin, nnd he
S m intent upon his own affairs,
rimi i 't "I would'" she affirmed, as if her re
Jllsirk had met with protest. "It's all
a:Ter)-well to talk about honor nnd no
ttftf f 1 Mlltv and all that, but the only thing
'! liat" the world payu any attention to is
bji ': "Look at the Rainors! They've been
f'' toorable men and true for generations,
B1 id the result Is that mamma and I
j lp hiven't money enough to get the roof
Cf 'I' ninded, and that the last of the name
lr I us to clean her gloves and gowns her-I-
iflf or wear them soiled!
R "There's that Seymour girl, just as
fl-.-ordinary as she can bel But nobody
lliures how 'nouveau' the money Is, so
I':ljcg as It is there. I wouldn't have
the"!' , ttwght, though, that Jack"
v D ' Ker nostrils quivered and she dabbed
Deea ll ay at the waist in her hands rather
'fore. B' . blindly. During the period of silence
twin I' ' kt 'olIowed- tnc collar of a light silk
train j -vas subjected to a long and ex
uiny 1? h?utlve friction. One would almost
rain r rJV! tncuK1:l sne iad forgotten where
Ia l , ,fe ffas aU(i what she was doing from
t w- u automatic way in which she worked
ie4 the unseeing expression of her
' flpL ''I don t care In the least" her voice
sew. M.f,t3 rt&My beautifully cool and Indif
ferent "but It's painful to s-30 people
toady so to money people at least that
you care that Is, that you've known a
"She's the very type of girl that I've
heard him laugh at a hundred times,
but just the imo he danced with hor
three times at the "Willoughby's, was
out riding with her yesterday, and Is
probably decorating that gaudy ver
anda of theirs, at this moment."
A careful examination of tho waist
as she pinned It on the line besides the
gloves nbsorbed her for the next few
minutes, "Whatever a Ralnor did had
of necessity to be well done, and no
professional cleaner could have eyed
his work more critically and minutely
than she did hers.
"I suppose the glitter of the millions
she will have dazzles him!" she ob
served scornfully. "Money makes any
one fascinating. Too much nonsenso
l , , , , JIIL,i "gt.p .. i
She called softly, "Jack!"
has been written, about love. Some
body ought to write a great big, stir
ring epic about money. Properly done,
it would make the "Nlbelungen Ring
read like a nursery talo! Don't men
and women sell their souls for it?"
Her head went up and she waited,
with a waist suspended dramatically
above the gasolene, as If challenging
some unseen auditor to contradict her
"I don't blame him a bit!" were her
next words, by which the render will
glean that she had made a long stride
in tolerance. "I'd do the same thing
myself. I'm going to, in fact. Old Mr.
Masham's heart and money are mine
for the taking, and I'll write him this
very morning. What glorious times
mamma and I will have when I'm mis
tress of that fortune only I -wish the
poor old man would
"It doesn't make any difference; I
i ONE OP THE NEW WAISTS. '
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ml , SHIRT WAIST 1S30 STYLE 4747.
Broad shoulder, or 1S30 yokes as they are called, are seen In many of the
ffll .' ktest and most fashionable waists and allow ample opportunity for effect. Tho
ffig i, Very excellent model shown Is adapted to many fabrics, but In the original Is
made of pin dotted batiste combined with white tucking and bands Qf imltution
jH Irish crochet, a lace that is admirable on washable fabrics and which has the
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PY' froni receipt of order to receivo patteras. .
liate poverty and I'll never marry a
poor man. Never'"
Such was her absorption that Hhe
failed to notice a tall youth who -was
coming across the lawn toward her.
beeing that he was unobserved, he came
up behind her softly, Just in time to
catch her vehement declaration. His
face reddened and the surprise that he
planned seemed suddenly unadvlsablc.
"Nobody asked you to, Miss, he
said," .was Ills mocking retort, and
Louise turned toward him with a strat.
' Odd habit of youra talking to your
self," he added somewhat sourly.
"It lightens one's domestic duties,"
wns the lofty rejoinder. "Why didn't
Miss Seymour run over with you," she
continued Bweetly. "It would have
given her a chance to see how 'the
other half lives,' you know!"
"Hang Mi,S3 Seymour!" croBsly.
"From the way you've been dancing
attendance upon her"
Lifted brows and a shrug completed
the sentence, but It was apparent that
Miss Ralnor was highly scandalized.
Then she became serious and sisterly.
"Really, Jack, you ought to think
nbout the future about posterity, you
know. Think how important money
is nnd what a golden opportunity you
As Phe spoke Ills face became more
and more gloomy. Strangely enough;
her Bpirits seemed to rise as his sank.
"Hang posterity!" ho growled.
"Mercyl What a vision you call up.
Nothing but gibbets and dangling lig
ures as far as tho eye can Heo!" she
laughed merrily. "But, seriously, you
ought to think of my advice. Money
Is a very Important thing."
There was a brief silence, during
which he glared at her in moody in
dignation. "Has old Maaham spoken?" he n.skcd
at last with 'biting scarcasm. "Oh, I
have sense enough to seo that I'm not
wanted here," he continued, yrlthout
waiting for a ivply. "I came to toll
you something; but It scarcely seems
worth while. I was answered before I
had a chanco to aak!"
He jumped un and started off acroes
the lawn with great stridos. The girl
watched him with wicked, exultant de
light. Suddenly a swift change came
over her face and she culled softly
He' turned and regarded her uncer
tainly, while she looked hurt and
ainnzed. Then he slowly retraced his
"I fancied you had something to tell
me," she observed Innocently.
"It wouldn't bo worth while. You
see I am a poor man!"
She clasped hor hands bohmd her
and looked him over speculatively.
Then she shook her head.
"No, I don't call you a poor man.
You're big and strong and rather nice;
besides, you have the kind of blue eyes
that I like"
Sho stopped for a moment and then
she finished softly:
"Old Mr. Masham is my Idea of a
FLAGS were used almost exclusively
In tho decoration of the beautiful
Downey home yesterday afternoon,
when Mrs. Downey entertained tho
members of her card club and a few
friends at "500." All the doors and win
dows were draped with beautiful Ameri
can flags, a very large ono covering tho
west wall of the hall, with smaller ones
over mantels and drooping from the chan
deliers. A jardlnlcro tilled with crimson
rambler occupied a conspicuous place In
the hall, and a bowl of variegated sweot
peas stood on the tea tablo In the dining
room. Small silk flags were used for
scores, firecrackers for counters, and the
table cards were tied with bows of red,
whlto and blue ribbon. Mrs. Downey's
guests "were Mrs. Lockwood. Mrs. Frank
Morrow, Mrs. Sanno, Mrs. Hoyt Sherman,
Mrs Edmund Wilkes. Mrs. PfouUs. Mrs.
W. S. McCornlck. Mrs. George l'helps
Holman, MIsb Rounds of Portland, Or.,
Mr3. llanaucr. Mrs Windsor V. RIcb, Mrs.
J. S Ferris. Mrs. Ellsworth Daggett, Mrs.
O. J. Salisbury, Mrs. George Y. Wallaco,
Mrs. Hubbard W. Reed. Mrs. H. L. Miller,
Mrs. Harkness, Mrs. David Koith, Mrs.
Sol Slcgcl, Mrs. Edwin F, Holmes, Miss
Shearman, Mrs. J. A. Folsom. Miss Efflo
Poet- of Washington, MIns Keoch, Mrs.
M. S. Woodward, Mrs. O. W. Powers, Mrs.
Ionian of New York. Prizes wcro won
bv Mrs. J. 11. Folsom and Mrs. Henry L.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Young, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry W. Lawrence, Mrs. LcGrand
Young and Miss Young left last cvonlng
for a visit to the world's fair. Tho party
went In Mr. Young's private car, and will
bo away about two weeks.
Miss Rounds of Portland, Or., Is a guest
of her sister, Mrs. George Phelps Holman
of this city.
The last of the large weddings thus far
set for the summer wns that of Miss May
Billings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
BUiings. and Benjamin L. White, which
took placo last evening at the homo of the
bride s parents on Fifth West street Lan
terns, nags, Navajocs and rugs nudc tho
porch and grounds surrounding the homo
altogether attractive, while a quantity of
flowers beautified tho rooms. Whlto end
green were effectively carried out In tho
parlor decorations, whero tho t marrlago
service of tho Episcopal church was read
by the Very Rov. James B. Eddlo. Tall
palms reaching to tho celling, with ropes
of asparagus plumosa studded with white
garden pinks extonded to tho chandelier
and formed a pretty canopy beneath
which the bridal party stood. In tho cen
ter was a beautiful floral design of two
hearts In whlto Dweot peas. Vases of
white carnations were all about tho room,
and tho mantel was banked with whlto
sweet peas and plumosa. In tho library
lavendar svcet peas were used In profu
sion, bowls of them standing on book
cases and shelvcu, Vzlth asparagus plumo
sa on curtains and chandelier. A bank
of palms screened tho orchestra from
view. Nasturtiums wero seen In tho largo
reception hall, with green festooned over
tho windows and from the chandelier to
the corners of tho room. Pink nnd green
were carried out In the dining-room deco
rations, a low cut-glass bowl of sweet
peas forming the centerpiece, with
streams of pink eatin ribbon reaching
from a pretty wedding boll suspended
from the chandelier, ondlng In largo bown
at the tablo corners. Punch was served
on tho porch, about which was draped
large American flags. Directly over tho
punch table was a wedding bell, with
streamers of red and white extending to
the corners of tho porch. Japnnese lan
terns were hung all about the large yard,
with Navajoes, rugs and cushions mak
ing the lawn very Inviting.
At C 30 o'clock, to the strains of tho
"Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin," tho
bridal party entered tho parlor. Miss
Pearl Weller, the maid of honor, camo
first, wearing a beautiful gown of whlto
ulllc net over pink tflfTota, and currying a
shower bouquet of pink sweet peas nnd
plumosa. Next camo tho bride, leaning
on the arm of her father. Her gown was
an exquisite one of white crepe meteor
over taffeta, with a yoke, bertha and
cuffs of Duchess-o lace. A long veil of
lucle, fas toned to the hair with a sun
burst of pearls, foil to the hem of tho
gown. Tho bride's bouquet was a show
er of white roses. Beneath tho canopy
whero tho marrlago service was read,
Dean Eddie, tho groom and his best man,
Humo Whlto of Colorado, uwalted tho
i bride. During tho rending of tho acrvlco
tho orchestra played, "Oh, Promise Me,"
nnd at the closo tho "Wedding March" by
Mendelssohn. Only Immediate rolatlvcs
wore presont at the ceremony, which was
followed by a reception, attended by 150
friends of tho popular young people. As
sisting tho bridal party In receiving nnd
entertaining their guests wcro Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Billings, parents of tho bride,
Mrs. S. M. Camp, mother of tho groom,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ewlng, Mr. and Mrs.
Allco Fischer, Miss Lora Schoppe, Miss
Annie Adams. Miss Leda Rawlins, Miss
Mr. and Mra White left on the lato train
for tho East, to visit In Chicago, Kansas
City, St. Louis and Denver for about six
weeks. They will be at homo to their
friends after August IB at 02 South Fifth
Mr. Newhoupc, who Is mtortaInlng to
night at tho Country club In honor of
Miss Allco Goodwin, has boon very much
annoyed to learn that of the largo num
ber of Invitations Issued, fullv sixty havo
gone ustrny In the malls. However, ho Is
eager to have his friends who aro lmown
In havo beon Included in tho list realize
that tho mistake In not his, and Is very
desirous that they be present this ovenlng
to meet Miss Goodwin.
Miss KlTlc Poet of Washington. D. C,
is spending a fow days with Miss Edith
Shearman on hor way to tho coast.
Mrs. Henry Irwin arrived In the city
yesterday aftonioon nftcr a visit of sev
eral months in Europe. Sho Is a guest at
tho home of her brother, Samuel Now
Mr. and Mrs. Alma D. Kntz will bo down
fioni Bolso today to visit with relatives
and friends here.
Miss Borcnian will return to her homo
In Ogden today aftor a pleasant visit with
Mrs. John Reed of this city.
Mattthew Cullon's boautlful old-fash-loncd
homo was the scone of a very de
lightful tea yesterday afternoon, when his
sistor. Mrs. P. H. Rash, and Miss Carolina
Harrison, entertained about 125 friends.
Flags and bunting, Navajocs and rugs
beautified tho big lawn and verandah,
while tho national colors and flowers In
various hues beautified tho groat old
fashioned rooms. In addition to tho flags,
swcot peas were used in the parlor, whero
the guests were received by Mrs. Rash,
Mrs. W. B. Stanley, Miss Hurrlson and
Miss Florence Harrison. Many bowls of
nasturtiums were seen In the llvlng-rooins,
while In the library were quantities of
white garden pinks. American flags woro
draped all about the dining-room, and
from tho center of tho chandelier to op
poslto cornors of tho tablo wero suspend
ed streamers of soft silk In red, whlto and
blue. A tall vase of red carnations, ris
ing from a Battenbcrg ccnterpieco over
red satin, stood In tho center of tho din
ing tablo. Mrs. J. II. Reeves presided at
tho coffee urn, and assisting In tho dining
room were Miss Nellie Cullen, Miss Badlo
Morrill, Miss May Burton, Miss Anna
Rash. Punch was served on the lawn by
Mlas Emma Fisher and Miss Julia Cullcn.
An orchestra stationed In the library ren
dered very onjoyablo music during the re
ception hourH, which wcro from 1 to 6
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Morse aro rejoicing
over tho arrival of a llttlo daughter at
Mrs. J. J. Judson entertains Informally
this afternoon In honor of some Eastern
Minn Fannie Bird will entertain tho
members of her club at a luncheon today.
Mrs. J. T. Smith of Ogden has returned
to her homo aftor a pleasant visit with
her slstor, Mrs. S. W. Mann of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lanlus and daugh
ter, Miss Madgo, left yesterday for Cali
fornia, their future home.
Mrs. IT. G. Whitney and Mrs. George D.
Pyper are home from a visit with Logan
Mrs. S, W. Mann hns returned from
Ogden, where she has been visiting her
A numbor of the HtUo friends of Naomi
Hoffman enjoyed a Fourth of July party
at her home on Monday ovenlng.
MIps Effle Rlddlo has returned from a
month's visit In Idnho. Sho was accom
panied by her sister. Mrs. Georgo 1L Ift
of Pocatcllo, who Is a guest at The Halls,
The Mlssos Price will entertain at a
Kensington tomorrow afternoon In honor
of Miss Ethel Harris of St. Leuls.
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