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j FBTOAY -MOlfflCTG, JTT 8, 1901. THE SAXT LaKB TKK3TOTE; . s " !H
or Merest to COomett. 1
j! FROM A SPARK.
j i BY BELLE JTAltflATES.
I ri-ht 1S0I. by Bcllo Mnnlntcs.)
Ta nl-y warm-breezed Indian
A'pammcr day, a huntsman trod
II through the thickly grown brush
V that bordered the country road.
or twice he stopped and looked
tut in appreciation of the day and the
lZ v of the country. Then he lighted
lei tossing the match aside before
f. extinguished. By the time he
L vanished from view, the half-spent
Sitch bad accomplished a rivulet of
5 that ran merrily through the
L,h which skirted the woods.
Mabel Wallace coming down the old
"mill road, saw the crackling fire
ltd hastened her pace. She noted the
enlckenins breeze blowing toward the
lecis and the stretch of dry. parched
I,., and brush that Intervened. She
vrTiv that If the 'flames -were not ex
Hrnilshed at once the whole piece of
JSfds would go. She caught up a stout
-Zjirlnek a" she ran, and when sho reached
fSm t farther end of the running Are, ehe
IM1 Wian a vigorous beating.
'11 W, teacher. I'll help you," squeak
kviwa pii'ine volco- whlch 8he rcce
'uUfBbnA as belonging to the boy In the first
Hi'rtader class, next to' the foot
1! "Johnnj, run down to the first white
M Mie bc-yond the woods and tell them
EJ. 70 cnd help. They have a telephone.
Wi k them to notify all the neighbors,"
' .he directed between beats.
' ' Johnny was reluctant to leave a bon
i' fire of puch proportions as this was as-
! "I didn't know," sho said coldly.
II mrclng. but he detected the "teacher"
ft In her tune?, and concluded to obey.
"'That's i he fitult!" she next heard,
n ir.d looked up to meet the approval of
i.Wihe farmer at whose house sho board-
U lf He procured a stick and made an ef
, fecllve onslaught upon the llames.
Prteently they were reinforced by a
j lasser-by, and after a time the fire was
"You best go home and rest a spell,"
I counrelled her landlord, "you look all
hst up and tuckered out."
i "It was pretty warm work," she ac-
I knowledged, arrnnglng her hair, which
i the breeze and her exertions had
j tumbled about her face.
"Well, I tell you what, you Just saved
', Item woods, all right. The owner
,; ought to make you a nice present,"
"Who Is the owner?" she asked carc
.yiwsly. t "HIh name Is Max Thornton. He'a
I i young city swell, I've heard oay."
f She had inserted the lost hair pin.
and now started for home with burned
face and blistered hands.
Meanwhile Johnny, returning from
the white house, heard a shot ring out
. la the woods.
I "I'll git him to come and help teach
r.'' he thought, as he scurried through
the cool woods after the man behind
S the gun
A ', ay tne oods Is pretty near on fire.
E It's mos' crop up on 'em!"
. The man laughed good naturedly.
"Do you think I am In any danger?"
"The woods is! Teacher sent me for
Mp. She Is beating It out with a
"All right! Come along," and the man
oVJ&lc f0p t)ife ioaci in long strides, the
wJ" keeping pace by a quick trot, ex-
II Plaining with many elaborations the
II Wrllculars of the fire.
ill' . "Myl Teacher was jest more than
11 "Tin onto It with a stick. I never
I . posod riie could hit out like that!"
; Hasn't she laid it on to you yet?"
18 "ughed the hunter.
M .',av,' She ain't teched one on us
II I I bet the boys would behave if
m f inty'd seen her beat that fire."
el ! 'Say, young man, has your teacher
! Eot red hair, and does she wear
IV ' SlWies?" '
1 "v, How did er know?" he asked
I. " wriously.
"I Just felt it."
When the hunter came up to the men,
i, oc said l0 tn& (anner:
T caino to help put out a fire, but I
,, 3'0U have done good work," gazing
.' Uie blackened ground.
ynM on," BOt'herc to the tall end of
. explained the farmer. "The school
7 BOt Mere flr3t' and she nt 11 1,kc
, " HRer. Guesft some of you hunters set
! on flre."
The hunter laughed and walked on.
, emberlng the match, but he felt no
j mpunctlons "A man has the right to
!vll to his own If he wants to," he
; Sfihoubt- "Suppose It would be only
accent In me to go and thank the school
iaam Wonder how I can make her
t eubKtantlal token of gratitude wlth
i cu,t offence?"
'' J101' D0"!" be turned and called to
, jonnny, who lingered near the ruins.
you want to earn a quarter?"
jh ,J;0U bet yer boots!"
.hen lu,ce me to your teacher, If It's
Vf too far."
ft ih i1'8 eet down the next road awaya,
;l'tv by she's stopped In at the
fc3'iis down the lane."
'I ally " a rday?" he asked skeptlc
i Tues' ne writes her letters there."
j ihey relapecd Into silence, Johnny
making plans .for the Investment of his
quarter, and the man absorbed In
thoughts of a bitter, cynical trend. A
few months before he had been the
happy, accepted lover of a beautiful
girl, who was of an old, aristocratic
family in moderate circumstances.
Some pessimistic relatives of his had
intimated that his wealth and not him
self was the object of her adoration.
The little shaft, though resented, ran
kled and lingered and grew until, In a
moment of desperation and lfl-Judg-ment,
he sent her a letter saying that
his fortune had been swept away in the
late panic, and offering to release her
from the engagement.
He waited in suspense for her reply,
which came promptly. She coldly and
briefly agreed that the engagement
should be broken, owing to change of
"Wounded through and through, ho
went abroad, aimlessly wandering from
one place to another, hating all women
for what one had wrought.
He was wondering now, as he walked
along the dusty highway, what had be
come of her. Had she landed" another
millionaire? What n useless, helpless
wife she would make for a poor manl
Then he thought of the struggling, sor
did existence of this schoolma'am. In
his mind's eye he pictured her lank,
gawky and spectacled, beatjng the
"Even at that," he, thought, "she Is
more to be loved than a woman who
feared poverty. Faith, I believe I'll
marry the schoolma'am and settle down
to a country life, if she'll have me."
A turn Into a lane brought them to
the little schoolhouse and Johnny looked
In through the open door.
"She's In there," he said.
"All right. You needn't come. Much
obliged." Wlien he entered the school
room, which was darkened, he dimly
discerned a form at a desk on the plat
form. Her head was resting wearily
on the big dictionary.
"I beg your pardon. I came to thank
you for saving my property."
He had come nearer now. She lifted
her head and he saw her.
"Mabel!" he gasped.
"I didn't know," she said coldly, "that
it wns your property I was saving until
afterward: but of course It made no
"Mabel! You a schoolteacher here
"Because," she answered bitterly, "In
that panic In which you pretended to
have lost your fortune my father lost
every cent he had."
"I wish you'd tell me all about It," he
"There's not much to tell, Just as
father had broken the news of our loss
to me, your letter came. I showed It
to him. He said it was not true, so I
thought it a ruse that you had heard
of our reverses and did not want to
wed a pauper."
He groaned and attempted to speak,
but she hastily continued:
"Father went "West to look after
some claim he thought he hod out
there, and I came hero to teach. That
"No, not all. Listen!" he cried. He
told her of the remarks, his test, his
departure, and Ignorance of her loss.
"Forglvo me, Mabel, and take mo
"No," she said proudly. "You didn't
believe in my love; you had to put it
to a paltry test."
Pie was thinking hard for the right
thing to say.
"Then let me woo you again, not as
the Mabel Wallace I knew In New
York, but as the country schoolteach
er to whom I came Just now with a
heart full of admiration for her kind
heart and stout arm. Mabel, look up!
You've been crying."
"No, It was the smoke from the fire,"
she said confusedly; "and my hands
She held out for his Inspection two
He seised them and pressed them to
his lips, and then well, then, Johnny
came running in.
"Oh, g'wan," he said o Thornton.
"You know'd her all the time, and pre
tended you jest guessed at her havln
red hair and specs."
Thornton laughed happily, as he
looked at the soft, squirrel-colored hair
and the eyeglasses. "Well, I meant
different red and specs, but I do know
"Be you her beau?"
"Yes, I am her bc-au; and you'll have
a new teacher. Here, take this for
telling me of the fire," and he gave
the delighted boy a silver dollar.
On the threshold Johnny paused.
"Say. teacher, I cum to tell yer thar
want "no one to hum at the white
Blue and gold were combined with strik
ing effect In the decorations at the tea
gien yesterday afternoon by Mrs. David
Keith. The large reception hall, where
the guests were received, was a study In
these two colors, and a more artistic com
bination could not well be imagined. On
either side of the colonial mantel-wcro tall
vases of the golden mustard blossom, tho
mantel itself banked with gorgeous nas
turtiums, while nil about tho hall were
vases and Jardinieres filled with tho mus
tard flower, gallardla, California poppies
and larkspur. Great bows of deep gold
satin ribbon adorned tho Newell post ana
Jardinieres of - the larkspur. Tho receiv
ing party, which included Mrs. Keltn,
Mrs. James X. Ferguson and Miss An
nette Ferguson, stood just in front of tno
colonial mantel In the reception hall.
Others assisting Mrs. Keith In entertain
ing her guests were Mrs. Hoyt Sherman,
Mrs H G. McMillan. Mrs. M. a. Wood
ward. Mrs. J. B. Thompson, Mrs. Ells
worth Daggett, Mrs. J 15, Dooly. Mis.
Charles Rooklcdge. Mrs. R. C. Cordell.
Mrs. J. G. Jacobs, Mrs. J. R. 1-olsom.
In the drawing-room the sam general
color effect was carried out as that seen
in tho hall. A tall mirror occupied the
spaco between the windows, sprays of tne
mustard flower forming a frame atoout. lt
On either side was a tall asc of larkspur,
and directly In front of the mirror the
punch table. This held an immense block
of ice, In the center of which was tho
punch bowl, tho Ice completely h hlden
beneath branches of grapevine, nca
with green frulL Oranges and lemons
were clustered about among the lncs.
and tho effect was artistic Indeed. Tall
vases of larkspur adorned the grand pi
ano, and a jardiniere tilled with mustard
flowers occupied a conspicuous place.
One of the most artlsUc bits of decora
tion 3een In many a day was on the man
tel In tho library. At one end wns n - aso
of Gvpsy Allium. Its delicate sprays ex
tending to the top of tho mirror and form
ing a feathery drapery over It. AH along
thii mantel shelf were sprays of Allium
rising from a bank of delicate pink una
whlto bachelor's buttons, making an al
together beautiful bit. which attracted
tht attention of all present- Jardinieres
of the milkweed flower, In their dcllcato
purplish-pink tints, were placed about the
room, with a great vnso of tho wild pars
ley blOHsom Just to the left of
the punch bowl, which also showed the
fruit decorntlons seen in tho drawing
room. From a tall mirror In ono .corner
hung a basket of the wild pursley, and on
either sldo vases of the same flowers were
Tho dining-room vas altogether attrac
tive, the blue and green used In decorating
harmonizing beautifully with the tonus of
tho room. On tho round table was an ex
quisite cloth, edged with cluny lace, Threo
basekts of bachelor buttons were tipped
on the table, each ornamented with a
handsome bow of green satin ribbon, wi n
long streamers extending .from basket to
basket. The Moorish shades of the chan
cellors were covered wtth Plumosa and
bluo bacholor buttons, with baskets of
flowers and tho plumosa suspended from
tho center of each chandelier. On the
mantel were vases of wild parsley and
bachelor buttons, tho sideboard showing
tho same form of decoration. YVaii
pockets hung hero and there wcro Ailed
with the bluo bachelor buttons, the effect
of tho whole being more than pleasing.
Upstairs garden Aowors in various hues
wero found In the rooms, a largo vase i or
larkspur ornamenting tho lemonade table.
Both the east and west porches of tho
homo were arranged for the entertain
ment of the guests, with ruca and porch
mats and bowls of nasturtium, making
them very Inviting spots. Palms were ar
ranged all about the front porch, and a
great American flag was draped over tho
entrance to the west porch.
From 3 to C o'clock the beautiful homo
was thronged with guests, and the i tea
was altogether ono of tho most elegantly
appointed and delightful of this, the sea
son of beautiful tens.
Mr. and Mrs. "B. II. Alrls have gone to
their country home, "Oakwood. at tho
mouth of Cottonwood canyon, for tho re
mainder of the summer.
Ono of tho charmingly informal lunch
cons for which the Country club Is noted
was given yesterday by Mrs. Thomas
Gouletone Griffin. Bowls of nasturtiums
decorated the long table, at which wcro
seated Mrs. J. R- Folsom of San Fran
cIbco Mrs. Alma D. KaU of Bolso, MIsh
Pcet of Washington, Miss McQrath, Mips
Gcddes. Miss Sherman. Miss Sanno, Miss
Lowe, Mlsa Salisbury, Miss Laura Sher
man, Miss Woodward. Miss Mary' Loulso
Mr. and Mrs. F. W- ITayt have returned
from their Eastern trip and arc now nt
homo in Park City.
Mr. Rogers of New York Is a guest of
Louis McCornlck at .tho McComick home
on Center street.
Mrs. F. I. Davis and little son leave to
day lor a visit of several weeks with
friends in Fay, Nov.
Richard A. Keyco returned last evening
from a brief visit In the West.
The Misses Price entertained at a pleas
ant Informal Kensington yesterday in
honor of Miss Ethel Harris of St. Louis.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Broughall, who have
been visiting In San Francisco for some
days pat, leave today for Santa Barbara,
where they will spend the remainder of
Mrs. William H. Tlbbals received infor
mally yesterday afternoon In honor of
Miss Margaret Best, who has spent tho
past nine years In the missionary field.
Miss Beat has just returned from Korea,
and talked most Interestingly of her work
there; of the customs of the pcoplo, of
their educational methods and tho ef
fect which the work of the missionaries
Is having upon them Korea has not been
Kreatly disturbed by tho war betweeon
Russia nnd Japan, says Mtas Best, tho
only time the Inhabitants suffered any
Inconvenience belntr when tho Jnpaneso
soldiers marched through their country.
Miss Best exhibited a number of photos of
Korean towns and people, and also had
with her a number of souvenirs of the
country, such as spoons, pieces of
clothing. Jewel cases showing tho handi
work of tho carvers and pieces of em
broidery dono by the women In tho fam
ilies which nro becoming Christianized,
Miss Best says that women arc coming to
bo recognized as the equals of men, at
least In some rcspt'ctw. nnd that girls aro
being given educational advantages,
which wns not the case until recent years.
After a brief visit In this city, Miss Best
goes on to New York and Pennsylvania to
visit with relatives, returning to tho mla
fllonary Held some time late In tho year.
Mrs. Charles If. Post of this city Is now
visiting nt tho old home of Mr. Post at
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wnllnco loft
yesterday for a visit to Yellowstone park.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Lowo announce
' the marriage of their daughter, Frances
Loulso, to Samuel Walter Wosterllcld,
Monday, July -1, 1901.
Beanitho 0 lhe KlnJ You l,3ra Alff2)'s BCUhl
A Handsome Donation.
The policemen and firemen of the city
held a meeting yesterday and voted to
turn over to the widow of Jonathan
Blley, the man who was drowned In
the Jordan Monday with his son, the
sum of ?200, being the proceeds of their
recent ball game. The amount wns to
have been expended for a new gymna
sium, but the boys, In their act of
charity, forego the pleasure they would
have, derived therefrom and will wait
for another chance to equip the gym.
Rich Gray Matter
Bright Ideas I
J make both,
Each County Assigned
Ih Pro Rata.
Students Mow Havs Frea
Normal Instructions at
Salt Lake City Entitled to Eight, Salt
Lako County to Four, Ogden.
Stato Superintendent of Schools A. 6.
Nolson has made an apportionment of tho
free normal scholarships in tho University
of Utah for tho year 1901-1005. Tho law
provides that the apportionment of candi
dates for thesa free scholarships shall be
mado by tho Stato Superintendent on
nomlnamlncrs by tho county board of ex
aminers or city boards of education. Tho
Stato Superintendent apportions the schol
arships to tho counties and cities, on the
basis of the school population.
T'ho scholarships extend over a period
of four years and ench county In tho
Stato ia entitled to at least ono of the flftv
tc be granted. Mr. Kelson has notified
tho proper officials of each county nnd
city of tho number of scholarships each
Is entitled to and urges that no county
In tho Stato fall In making its nomina
tions beforo the beginning of the academic
year. Tho nominations aro to be sent to
the State Superintendent not later than
September 10, 1S01. Tho apportionment
2. p 2
Counties ,r 5- : o
' ? ' 2
Beaver 1,21s T
Box Elder 3,072 2.C6 2
Cache 4 4.C91 2. CI 2
Carbon . i.dw .'si 1
Davis '. 2,S(B 1.59 1
Emery 1,722 M 1
Garfleld 1,10: .cj 1
Grand 292 .1C 1
lion 1,175 .CI 1
Juab 2, -I1G 1.25 1
Kane : fl9 .31 1
Millard 1.723 .SG 1
Morgan G47 ! .30 1
Piute 6H .30 1
Rich GOO .37 1
Salt Lake 8,321 4. St 4
San Juan 15S .09 1
San Pcto G -1,099 2.79 2
Sevier 2.SSS 1.60 1
Summit 2.79S 1.S6 1
Tooelo 1,657 .92 1
Uintah . 1.SI3 1.03 1
Utah , 8,505 -1.74 4
Wasatch 1,559 .87 1
Washington 1.C53 .90 1
Wayne. 705 .39 1
Webor 3.1S3 1 91 2
Salt Lako 1G.9S7 S 91 S
Ogden r..S2S 3.25 3
Provo 2.21C 1.23 1
Logan 2,029 1.13 1
Totals lSQ.725 50
NEW WAY TO SELL MEDICINE.
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With Mi-o-na, Nature's Cure for
F. C. Schramm made arrangements to ;
sell Ml-o-na, the marvelous digestion
regulator in a new and hitherto unheard
of way, furnishing a guarantee bond
with every package.
In purchasing1 a 50c box of Mi-o-na,
the purchaser is requested to
have this guarantee signed by F.
C. Schramm, as his personal agree
ment to refund tho money on re-
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to cure dyspepsia and nil stomach
F. C. Schramm will give the above
bond with every 60c box of Ml-o-na he
sells. You run no risk in buying Ml-o-na.
Every one who fs troubled with dys
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dizzy feeling or loss of appetite, or who
Is losing weight and In a rundown condi
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F. C. Schramm and commence the ue
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that the treatment costs you nothing un
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Cross babies become good
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Would you llko n snmplo of Mellin'o Food
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Fingers roughoned by necdloworlt
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only the dirt, but also tho loosened,
Injured cuticle, and restores tho lin
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Thoyo'should 'norih-ugRcd oxcopt
J under tho special care of a physlclnn. H
mrikca tbo um of pungent drags unncccfv-1
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Regular Price S1.50. 1
j Buys a solid man's shoe Regu- I
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258 SOUTH MAIN. 8
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In the State. . j
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Perfect work. Popular Prices. ;
Good pet of teeth, To.
Gold crowns. 22-k.. ?G.
Bridge work, Jo. ;
Gold fillings. U to J3.
Beat alloy fillings. SI.
All other fillings, 60 C6nts.
Painless extraction, TO cents. j
"Wo guaranteo and keep our work '
Indy attendant Hours, I to 7; i
Sunday, 10 to 3. I
Boston Dental Parlors,
1S6 Main Street. j
I 65 for the cor 8
I rect time ask I
1 about Lyon & 1
Co, jewelry at
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j all the strength giving ele-
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Mont beautifully nituatcd reaort In tho
State. Flno trout fishing. Plenty of
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new dlnlnc-room, no mosquitoes, no sa
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LAWNS AT 85c !2c a Pair I I
from 7 to 0 p. m., SO dozen Ladles' 1
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VAIiTTE 20c; all sizes, on sale to 8 years, for two ever saw, on solo H I ' ' JH
limit 12 yards to a for two hours; hours oniy sale- Saturday 7 to 9 1 r ' :
customer, at- choice- pflcc o'clock, at- H
in our prices.
Our goods are uniformly
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our prices always very
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OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTERMAS
ter. Denver, Colo.. July 8. IDOL Scaled
proposals In triplicate, will bo received
hero and at office of Quartermaster at
each post below named, until 11 a. m.,
Aug. S, 1001. for furnishing forago and
straw at Forts Apache, Grant, Iluachuca
und "Whipple Barracks, A. T., Forts Bay
ard and Wlngato. N. M.. Forts Douglns
and Duchesne, Utah. Fort Logan and
Denver. Colo., during tho fiscal year .end
ing June 30. l&CG. Proposals for quantities
lesa than the whole required, or for deliv
ery at points othor than thoso named,
will bo entertained, U. S. reserves the
right ot accept or reject any or all bids
or any part thereof. Information fur
nished on application hero or at offices of
respective post quartermasters. Envelopes
to bo marked "Proposula for Forago and
Straw." J. W. POPE, Chief Q. M.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT OFFICE
of tho Supervising Architect, AVaahlngton,
D. C, Juno 25, 1001. SEALED PROPO
SALS will bo received ot this office until
:i o'clock p. m. on tho ath day of July,
1304. and tiicn opened, for the steam heat
ing and ventilating apparatus, etc., com
pluto In place, for tho U. S. Courthouse
nnd Postofflco building at Salt Lako City.
Utah. In accordanco with drawings and
opcclficatlons. copies of which may bo
had at this office or at the oftlco of tho
Superintendent at Salt . Lako City, Utah,
nt tho discretion of thf suncrvlslng archi
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