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I MONDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1904. !M
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jj Interest to glometiV j
ENTER THE WIDOW.
I 'j, BY ANISETTE GRAHAM.
A- i (Copyright. by T. C McCU.rc.)
5 I "Great, Isn't it?" asked Dubois.
5 I -couldn't bo bettor!" said Marshall,
t' I .-you've certainly dono -wonders!" said
. lie mfant.
"Beats any boarding-house wo vo ever
i l! truck" said Rcmmlnglon, and he
V lur.ced significantly through the window
icross the court.
- tt-c "rourt" was really nothing but an
D- 5? owned Into the dining-room of a
ad fi- l rralcal cltv boarding-house, with Its clat-
l Sof dishes and forced conversation.
) iStcnW to 11 a11- th? four bachelors, n.
Jk'- heir own cosy quarters, smoked on In
Thev had stuck together for four years.
i .Jiinir from hotel to boardlng-houso.
! ivirdinVhouso to bachelor apartmunts,
w' Mfhelor apartments to restaurants, until,
' i-despair thev had decided to furnish
; '"-lat Dubois had been elected to buy
' Tttf furnlturo and install the domestic ma-
' I flnerj- The other three declared that ho
' M "li at bump of domesticity that ought to
x'-1 ' ft i encouraged. So he had experimented
;- Jl with the employment agencies, where ho
J 1 hid Interviewed women grave and gay,
1 ho hailed all the wa from Norway to
.'(4n iM ' urlcx, and at last he had secured the
',-f' aM " prices of Wyot?. a typical Japanese
S' i) K Arrant, with excellent references,
ly" 'c No four chlldron, possessed of brand
, v- i EeV palls and shovels on a candy beach,
in : j fvcr experienced more pleasure than
s 'c' these four grown men with their new
toy which they had dubbed "The Snug-
7' n1 itery " Everv nlsht as thoy sat at table
F ' tVy expresaed appreciation at tholr own
' '" J comfortable position and deep commisera
te' 1 ikm for the unfortunatu individuals who
coarded aci-oss the area. Then came a
tiy when silence brooded over tho other
lUt. Uare, uncurtained windows, covarcd
r- with dust, greeted the occupants of "The
i Snupgery" when they came homo that
' t nlpht.
"ilova very quick," said Wyoto, con
! cUely. and the bachelors really felt as If
f3.T.ethlng had conn out of their lives
J when they' could no longer pity their
, " r.txt-door neighbors.
J 1 ' .' For a week tho opposite flat wna empty.
Tiu-n came decorators: tho staring wln
ji dows were cleaned, and one night Dubois.
W. ' r, coming hom- earlier than the others, saw
(' 1 a pretty, girlish face at the opposite wln
tll I oow. It was rather a high-bred face, too.
! though Its owner could r.ot bo more than
X- fliteen. and It was framexl on either sldci
' V b)' hangings of some soft, green material
V 1;1 Dubois turned away from the window and
looked inquiringly at "Wyote, who was
v ' . retting the dinner table.
3 ,! "Co mail, all ladles." said Wyote.
"Good Lord!" said Dubois. "1 hopo it's
r.ot a young ladles' somlnary!" And tho
. rest of the fellows echoed hLn wish. Half
rj - an hour later the pretty girl., otherwise
t"l, Kittle Hronson, exclaimed:
vt ' ' "Auntie, dear, do look; there Isn't a
loman over there Just four horrid men
T : Tilth a Japanese servant."
T ' "Kitty. Kitty." said Mre. Bronson, as
' x ' 1 ttc hastily drew down tho shade, "I can
Q I ! f-c vcrv plainly that this Is no place for
I oa Yon must remember that while In
' ' Utile IUr it was your privilege to know
'I-i 1 all abnut our neighbors affairs; inr-'New
' I York e-.erv family lives unto Itself, and
ir fi . ?nd ou really must not display any fur
j; llr i Ihrr interest in the , people ncrosa the
s'J arpwav particularly If they are all
Kitty Hronton did not mean to be dls
rk'U btedlent. but the window across the area
M$ Pf1SJ,0!,Sfd a fascination for her. and
r,'tj fven hr aunt had to admit a milil Inter-
-iW I t!l ln lhr" dQlnSS of thoso "four funny
bachelors."' Mrs. Bronson also had a
'"Ji'j Lomp i f domesticity, and. though a wo-
SIp ainn of means, she managed her elegant
iiV 'ltt'c' home, with Its two sorvants and her
,f I lite husband's niece, in a manner eco
v,,M I rromieal yet not penu(iius. Slie loved
f i .w ' dalmv things, and gave much time to do
vg mesile details. It sometimes annoyed her
i)iji to see how "Wyote wasted and mlsman
?"3 ) ased
'"'' i "It s a burning shame," she would say
; to herself "What thoso unfortunate boys
rH.-t !' fpend to run that house would keep two
i-; ' famllic?. '
She did not mean to be impertinent but
gg sho could not fail to see that gan was
' " i
.f, : GIRL WROTE BRIDGE BOOK.
! j And Society Had Quito a Time Locat-
j I ing-tho Clever Authoress.
MORRISTOWN, July 10. It has been
'A discovered that an nccompllshcd young
v, ;3 ' woman ot the fashionable Morrlstown
-j r set Is the author of a booklet on bridge
i , which was recently published here with
j ' the name of '"Eiram Ecyrb" on the
r i title; page.
?H ) Since Uie publication of the booklet
) lofrlstonlans of the social colony and
I ". , ; others from Bernardsville and else
r. i "where have been wondering who could
: ?' he ite author, because positively
,1 - "Eiram Ecyrb" does not have the ring
j . of Renuineness about It.
. There are many devotees of the fash
tg'1 . . lonable game ln IMorrlstown, and
.. ) among them none is more skilful than
1 '.. Miss Marie Bryce. She has won many
H citSjouinaulents and' prizes, and has given
-?lfmuch instruction to the others. Aa all-
1 Morristown has been wondering who
' '' "Eiram Ecyrb" could be, it seemed
only natural to suppose that the trans
position of the letters, which makes the
Morrlstown champion's name, is the
only proper solution.
' Some of the don'tr. In the book arc:
"Don't lean on the table," "Don't leave
cigar or cigarette butts on the table,"
.' Don't take all day to play a hand."
, "Don't hold post-mortems," "Don't eat
candy and try to play cards," "Don't
. ; Ejug, whistle or drum on the table."
' and last, but not least. "Don't gamblo
" ' when you cannot afford to lose."
H Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten
7. Years of Suffering.
! "I wish to say a few words In
i! pralae of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mrs.
, Mattie Burge, of Martinsville, Va. -'"I
Buttered from chronic diarrhoea for ten
i years and during that time tried varl
' ous modlcincB without obtaining any
1 permanent rellpf. Last summer one
j of my children was taken with cholera
morbus, and I procure a botlle of this
' remedy. Only two doses were required
; to give her entire relief. I then decided
to Iry the medicine myself, and did not
( use nil of one bottle before I was well
and I have never since been troubled
jm with that complaint. One cannot say
p too much in favor of that wonderful
j medicine." This remedy is for sale by
I 'ill leading drugglBts.
4Jj Hair Specialists
F For ladleB and gentlemen. Miss Char
P k lotlc Lyneberg and Mis Can-le Lea
Tc fj r. Formerly with Dr. Nell C. Brown.
Vf tri now at 417 to 421 Constitution bulld
"Bi phone 2W3-X.
burned until patience ceased to be a vir
tue, and that good, wholcsomo food,
which could have been made Into deli
cious entrees, went down to tho janitor.
It vexed her housewifely soul. Then, too,
she was a woman, still appreciative, and
the occupants of the bachelor flat well,
sho had seen men she could admire less.
She had just begun to call them "thoae
poor boys," when she was summoned one
ight from the tiny drawing-room to the
alcovo of the dining-room by her excited
"Do look, Auntie! He Is showing his
Japanese .servant how you act. the table."
And sure enough, at the opposite win
dow stood Dubois with Wyote. JTo point
ed first to his own tablo and then to Mrs.
Bronaon's. And tho noxt evening thoro
were four silver candelabra with silk
shades and rosy candles on their dlnnor
table. Tho next lesson across tho area
way camo ln the morning, and after a
hcart-to-hcart talk with Wyoto, Dubois
turned to tho expectant trio and re
marked: 'What's tho use, of paying a big
price for a mahogany tablo If you don't
see it once in a while? if the mother of
that pretty girl over thore has a hare
tnble for breakfast. I bet it's the right
But the noxt morning he was back at
tho window, a puzzled expression on his
face. Clearly there was something wrong
with tho mahogany table, and there was
no ono to be seen at the tablo across the
areaway. Wyote stood, respectfully ex
pectant, at his elbow. Neither of them
dreamed that Mrs BronBon was sitting
at ono side of her window and could hear
v'hat they said and watch their reflec
tion In the mirror ln tho sideboard.
"Now, Wotc, ours don't look like that.
You must have forgotten something.
"What the devil Is It?"
"It's tho doylies," floated across tho
areaway. ln a musical, half-laughing
voice. Then appeared at the window Mrs.
Bronson. roguish yot Hushed at her own
boldness. "Oh. 1 beg your pardon. It was
most impertinent of me. but my niece and
have taken such an interest In your
bachelor housekeeping, especially elnco
you havo boon kind enough to tako my
llttlo dining-room as your your "
"As our criterion1 Exactly! It Is such
a dear little room, don't you know. I hopo
you don't mind?"
"Not at all." said Mrs. Bronson. "You
see, you must use candelabra for break
last. Then get some plain Irish linen
for dovllcs and a centerpiece to match."
"Understand. Wyote?" Tho Japanese
nodded his head and wisely vanished.
"Thanks, awfully," said Dubois, grop
ing for some excuse to continue the con
versation. "We take such n foolish prido
ln our bunsalow and wanted things
"Well, you have them right." said Mrs.
Bronson; "and I do wish you'd tell me
where you bought thoso dear little brown
That deft bit of flattery completed tho
"The little woman's all right," said Du
bois, as he told tho trio of his morning's
conversation. After tho rest had gone
Marshall went out to the kitchen.
"Wyote." he said, "didn't you remark
that there were no men next door?"
The Jap nodded.
"Um-um," murmured Marshall, as ho
wont hack to his room. "Enter the
But the widow did nothing of tho sort.
Neither did sho give tho coveted Invita
tion to call. But the occasional domestic
conferences across t lie area there were
window boxes on both sills now did their
deadly work -Mrs. Bronson was a bit of
Dresden china and Dubois, being a man
of domestic tastes, naturally went ln for
the Dresden type. The brown-eyed widow
saw It all, long before he did, but with
curious persistency and feminine Incon
sistency, sho refused to capitulate. Tho
advice Dubois pretended to need in thoso
days deceived no one save himself, least
of all Wyoto.
Then came the awful day when Wyote
fell a victim to tho epidemic of measles.
Dubolsc struggled against a procosnlon of
Incompetents who came and went, seldom
empty-handed. One hot afternoon ln Juno
ho came home early from the office to
f.nrl a colored maid departing with ono of
tho treasured candlesticks ln her grip.
Tho language provoked by this proceeding
CROSSED IN LOVE.
Girl, Kept from Going" to Picnic with
Lover, Takes Poison.
NEW ROCIIELTjE, July 10. Disap
pointed because her mother frowned
upon her affection for a young man. a
Protestant, when 3he herself was a Ro
man Catholic, and especially because
permission for her to go to Red Men's
picnic with her favored suitor had been
withheld, Miss Margaret ffaylor, IS
years old, the pretty daughter of Rob
ert Taylor, a New Haven railroad con
ductor, attempted suicide with carbolic
acid. She l In a dangerous condition.
Despite the mother's objectlony to the
young man, he and Mis.9 Taylor havo
met frequently. They arranged to go
to the picnic, and he was waiting near
the house for her when the mother saw
him. She Immediately refused to let
her daughter leave the hous. When it
was too late for the excursion she left
the girl to go out. Miss Taylor went
straight to a drug store, bought car
bolic acid, returned to the houee, lin
gered around ln a seemingly cheerful
mood for a few minutes and went to
her room. Soon her mother heard a
fall and, running to her daughter's
room, found the girl on the floor. She
had swallowed about nr. ounco of the
Doctors did all in their power to save
the girl, but her chance of recovery,
they say, Is small. She is a sales
woman in a department store here, at
tractive in appearance and manners,
and much admired.
Proved His Citizenship.
NEWPORT, July 10. James Van
Alen, who has often been referred to as
an Englishman, proved his title as an
American citizen in serving on a jury
v. 1th eleven other men In tho Supreme
court. He acted as foreman of a jury
impaneled to try a case brought by a
woman to be relieved from guardian
ship.. Mr. Van Alen was drawn as a petit
Juror last winter, but being abroud, ho
was excused until the June session, and
he was summonod to appear. He was
put on the first cases and will have to
be in attendance on the court all the
week. During the day a lot of friends
of Mr. Van Alon called at the court
house to see him sitting in the Jury
CASTILLA SPRINGS AND RE
Via D..& Fw G., Sunday, July 10,
Leave Salt X-ake 8:00 a m. Return
ing, leave Castillo. 3:02 p m. Sulphur
baths. Flrst-clasu hotel; beautiful
ground:, plenty of uuuiscmeuts, Every
floated across the area and mnde Mrs,
Bronson, writing In her den, drop hor pen
and sit up very Btralght. Then came
q ii lot, broken by an occasional rattlo of
dishes, closing with a tremendous crash
of falling crockery and Komothlm? very
like a Eioa'n.
Mrs. Bronson ran to tho kitchen win
dow, and there 3ho bow a tlood of hot
afternoon suoshino beating ln on tho dis
orderly room, with Dubois ln tho mldBt ot
It clumsily bandaging his hand.
"Oh, you are hurtl" she exclaimed.
"Just a nasty little cut. but somehow I
can't make It stop bleeding."
. "Of course you can'U binding It up in
that fanhlon. Como right over here and
I'll fix it for rou."
" can't." answered Dubois. In a muffled
voice. "It was so so beastly hot, I Just
slipped on my pajamas to do up this
A giggle sounded close to Mrs. "Bron
son's pretty pink ear It was very, very
rink just now and she turned abruptly:
"Kitty, como with me this minute."
Down the back otalrs they sped,
through tho collar common to both apart
ments and up the back stairs Into tho
chaotic kitchen. By tho tlmo they reached
his side Dubois was feeling a bit faint
from tho loss of blood.
"There, you're bound up for keeps,"
said Mrs. Bronson, aa she adjusted tho
last fold ln the bandage. "Now, I shall
sond the janltor'u wife up to straighten
this kitchen, and you and your boys must
ulno with us. Oh. yes," pho nddetl, as ho
protested, "I've the best of Borvants and
ono may be neighborly sometimes even
In Now York."
Tho other members of tho quartette
heard of tho Invitation with varying emo
tions. Marshall scowled ln his glass as he
tied his cravat. Then; as he gavo it r.
final vicious twitch, ho remarked:
"Well. It may not bo enter the widow,
but It Is bound lo be exit old Dubois
But It was not so bad after all. because
Dubois only moved across the area, and
now his brown-eyed wife really presides
over both flats, and Wyote Is her most
deyoted slave barrins Dubois.
Schilling's Best make gen
erous business. Your grocer
is genero is with it. MoneybacU
costs him nothing; costs no
body any ,hing.
SECOND WEEK OF OUR
It's like throwing money
awny to miss this money
238-240 Main St.
1 1 HAD SIXTEEN I
Extracted at the Boston Dental Par- ;
f lors. ICC Main st.. without an atom of )
pain or unpleasant effect.
t A. C. RAINES.
r We are the largest dental concern In f
the State, and OUR RULE IS PER- I
FECT WORK AT POPULAR S
0 PRICES H
' vf. (itlx '
Good set of teetai, J5.
1 Gold crown, 22-k!. $5.
i Bridge work, S5. ;
Cold fillings, ?1 to $3.
Best alloy illlings. $1.
! All olhor illlings. GO cents.
Painless extraction. CO cents.
: We guarantee and keep our work In
p Lady attendant. Hours, S to 7; Sun
J day, 10 to 2. r
Boston Dental Parlors, j
l 126 Main Strict.
Notice to Business Men
and the Public.
Wlien you get tired of having your
lights and other oloctricnl appliances
being fooled -with by incompetents,
you'll profit by employing the Colum
bian Electrical Supply Co., who pro
poso to raise the standard of work in
their line, which includes everything
electrical. All work guaranteed.
Call at placo of business, 36 Rich
ards street, or 'Phono. f
IsiEOEL'S BIO S. A. C. SALE! I
jJ WE OFFER THE GREATEST
-Jl SUIT BARGAINS ON EARTH,
s J NO EXCEPTIONS. j
Tr cr0' yl,r opportunity to got
itf&r, tt tvr0 su,to for the price of ono. 1
m W 1
; Jttj$, -llifex. High Art Tailoring !
; TOisitt 55wr3D proved by fashionable droasers. Tho
P' WJSWI b03t makcs oC th0 b03t makers. All j
f iif-K i$J JwiiL this season's fine creations ln a :
vw"fi;j n& ill t'ti practically limitless variety. And
; iJ'?pi Ch0lC l th6m aH"
i ' Bl lSfe'M'l L-t 1-SU2.CO. J13.C0. $15.00. CC !
I 1 (0 CO and J1S.0Q SUITS .P0.75 I
; rM Lot 2-$2O.0O. 522.50 and
! M lllW 525.00 SUITS .....I3.45 ;
llwk Lot D-J27.SO. JiO.OO and .Q A.
; jsj.oo suits I0.O5 F
Al! Straw Sc.e
! Half Price. ' Display.
I 61) 03j Q5 Main street. ,
I " sALE CONTINUES-4
ij For the benefit of those who could not be waited upon dur- 1
ft? ing our. great rush, we. will continue our sale, includiug all new U
M goods which have arrived the last few days. 5i
I 1 $ TaiSrmade Siaits,
1 ' $ m Off Gowifos, Coats I
Wraps, Shirt-Waist Suits, Waists, Petticoats, Hats, Neck-
fj wear, Belts and Novelties.
I 0r Emtire Stock I
I of Hosiery o , .v $ J Jlt
I SALE 0 O'CLOCK.
I OSWEGO I
CORN STARCH J
ijOhicfr has been used for 55 years is of tin-
!)j questioned purity and neVer disappoints in
results. It is the ideal form of starch and is
K considered the standard of excellence.
k Mrs. Helen A rmstrong. g
I Spells Coughing, h
5 . I
I Spoils Coffin, jj
Curo the ono and avoid the other ifl
ii by uslpc Hall's Cough Remedy. For
Ealo by your druggist. 4
i At WlioJcsale by Nelden-Judson. ijj
3 B-'e, -Jo., Salt Lake, Utah. 'ij
It combines the
of the whole wheat and the
1 , SWEETNESS j
, of pure maple syrup. j
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
2U S. IIANAUlSn. Mnraccr.
lie-moved to 152 South W. Temple.
SAMPLES BY MAIL, AND EXPRESS
will rccclio prompt attention. Analytical
v,orl a cpcclalty. Svnd tor prtc lis.
I Freezers at
We have about twenty- 2f
five in our west window.
One to eight quarts jT
Monday, Tuesday and 2r
Wednesday you got them
C AT COST.
S Hardvare Company J
THE POPULAR HARD- &
C 27-29 W. 3rd So.
fil OELTT BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
?. & 0X 683.. Salt Loli Sfit
E5TABU5hED IS64- M
ONE PRICE TO ALL .NEVERNDERSOLD I. jl
tv '"'liPBBBaBHthJUI. I-J II II Bl I III! II in iiiniMii ? ' IT IH
! The Oreat July Sale
f STARTS TODAY, with offerings so .strikingly nmisiialland jj !
I values manifestly so great, that Jew wor-Qs-are necGSfjarr-toim- II ll
n ii '
I press the importance of the occasion. Our underwear sales are i1
always prolific of the sharpest economies in good, generously !
well-made muslin, cambric and nainsook undergarments for J; '
ladies and children, and so we can best express the .extraordi- j 1 i
nary features of this great 1904 sale by telling you. that the j j
j money-saving chances it offers are even greater than in pre- j
vious years. Tour comfort has been looked to, good ar .
1 ranged to make choosing easy; every garment offered, be-it
in the 10c lot or the highest-priced article, is up to the high- K
est standard in slc, material and finish. j '
INVESTIGATE. CONVINCE yourself - of the- imparal- !' ' H
oiled nature of this offering. J j
. In Our Wash Goods Department. ; I
THIS MOBS1XG FJROM !) TO 12 O'CLOCK, j ,'
SPECIAL! j l
'FAST BLACKS LACE STRIPED LAWNS ; 9
Eegular price 20c. For the above three hours, jf f
limit 12 3'ards to a customer, at, a 3-ard UC j
1 1 y GREAT SALE ; I
Ifn Will be continued Uonday morning, i
j K , July !! at 8:30 O'CIocK. ! , I
j MIOSIS Lr. $1577 $20 ond,,' ll
if A $25 Suits will goat ill
Store -i m
Underwear. Shirts, Hats, Boys? Clothing', etc., all . must goa.fi 1 ! Il
deeply cut pricos. BUY AND SAVE MONEY. j J
I gp CO ' '
Hi ONE PRICE TO ALL. 45-47 MAIN. , Ij iH
: . '
! McDonald's" Hut Sundae- I ; I
? Another new one, 'twill be ready for the mar-
ket August If). The style of package and name is .
beins registered. g . 'j ll
rgaiH.TittijhvtiWii,iriimrt,Tffi ii mhiiiiiiiii i ffTrifiii r"r j fl
I Por tho hot weather lunch, a glnss of Pabst. . Re-- 1 j f"
S inemher that at noon today. iv j M
REEGEB, & LINDLEY, J i H
"Tho Whiskey Merchants." -H