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' KPDAY MOK'iX J i J A' id, iuu4. m SALT XiAKE TRIBTOTE: 8 1
pLf Interest to Women.
l . BY RITA KELLEY.
111! right. ih. RIm -K"ey-)
Ifj jjvon't.ke him. I hate reconi
I )M people.
Hi J-Q,, jE3 Pendleton put her
9 fof tha car window and nod
f jo handsome girl In the smart
1 'a Governor's ton and red
'Jjj io coaxed.
:'i :he Prince of Pilsen nnd Ru
i issendyl. I'vo heard nothing
Tl .Tilck of hlm-a pink o porfoc
IjW irs who ivrears nose glasses.
Him through his pace." She
T:j IfUP lne llncs-'
' ?Jo. don't pet Into any of your
J H Ipronks. This isn't Wyoming
) fe r nnrt we really want you to
-i J Ji other."
I fburban train shrieked and pave
' J 3j"Como for mo at five." Jllss
' called, and Jo had only time
y A& move as the train rolled by
I -fturncd the brown cob's head
; ' road. The steady grnsp of the
ft him inquiringly swift as the
. 0 nice with its sunboundeel, white
' 1 listed occupant bowled along
' I 'Ithe low stone walls, I
i I b not going that way." she said,
1 I the horse up short at a cross
( I You're just Hike the rest of
I okey people. Christopher you
i I ons in the same old rut. Just
I 'J fyou came down that roar to
j I Ion doesn't argue that you are
fl ick. I mean to go down this
j fl & see what's doing." Whcre
5 fl ie turned the equipage, and
! M he road In the hot sun 4 hey
( I Ithe opposite direction
' I Hhey sped from the big coun-
1 e, where a straggling house
i I as trying to keep Itself amused
i I lion of the hour should appear.
! I ceed to fall in love with the
1 sniecc. Jo Pendleton.
I -e's the bridge. Christopher?
! Rven't you got a bridge here?
mm have bridges in tho East?"
W cool voice Inquired of tho ln-
I W& Pu'led UP beside a shallow,
2fl g stream. "There's the house
sre." pointing the whip across
(tant pile of red roof and large
;i ' you'll have to go across."
I i "r Randolph "Wetmore ar
13 .(the 10 10, ond Inspects the rllle
II till lunch, when Miss Joanna
Dn, In bc.t bib and tucker, per
n b presented for his royal ap
1 4 Didn't you oyer see a stream
'! khrlrtopher? Go on!"
M flfc"n of the whip the horse
I I Wortln tnl the swiftly llow
T'l MW fl mndered on for a pace or
If Jntoppcd, his legs braced, cars
P Christopher. If you aren't a
I lie hor. snorting viciously, re
io, hudg Forward, backward,
'? it all the same.
I!' The whip went Into Its
emphatically. "You will go
fGhrlstophcr. See if you don't."
"dropping on the leather cush
rlpplng open of lrooks, a rustle
and the natty brown golf skirt
If about her feet. There was a
rfllttle patent leathers, a length"
i-Btltch stocking, a flirt of an
ated and billowy white pettl
sho vaulted over thu wheel and
1 down Into the water,
jklnd o' cool, Christopher," she
Dh, "though you've been in long
to -kcI used to In. Come on!"
around to the head, holding
Ct, her skirl scarcely dipping in
or, she gave ii tug to the hltch
ip.. itopher' Don't be silly!" she
Jfjlpg. pullling, placing one foot
g fi&bofore the other, he followed.
iniphe little 3tream. up the bank
11 Phe aai,tly road again, she held
Sctty Avet, Christopher," as he
rlpiighty shako and thrashed his
t c-ifut, "only your old patent leath
isalMt be ruined." She looked run
' flPwn at hcr soaking feet. She
S?JChe res of ber diminutive
SjlFAVouldn't Aunt Pendleton have
viSoked up just In time to catch
V C an amused erlnnce from the
$fM w of a young fellow In grav
JS $L who was walkI"g leisurely
jjM ?ih bis head turned In the dl
6tty iMho red tiles. He had wonder
62n jmcd and scrambled precip
H! Into ihe cart. Picking up the
t t-eald to Christopher, this Isn't
fl B, Is it?"
a I 'aSon turnout with Its flushed
I t disappeared down the road
I e red roofs In a cloud of dust
f 'haven't you seen her any-
I v MIfis Pendleton's usually se
ll was QBltated.
II iany;vhpi'e " echoed the big
IS rthe athletic young fellow at
II He Paed his hand slowly
;ltt lis mouth. "Someone thought
ilS or about 11 driving Into the
111 V y Wcrcn'L sure."
II lSuCh a foolish child, and yet
11 5f,,e.ve anythinir baa happened
IIS Is 50 UEC-a 10 1"? care of
I .$Q ; wi3h sno were 11 "ttle
I -suniciint Miss Joanna Pen-
I i was oalntive.
I rir. !' Guy Randolph Wotmore
I fr ,i? a Ecareh!ng party lnstl-
I YfI?coyer" o Ml8S Joanna
I tn, ely, dlsaPPeared from her
II sSfi.Ii' ,U was """down and
,'!od nns the river bank.
ei clump of overhanging
oiiuhP0Ul,d havo taJ:e" thla
riP Bme w l? ehav unseemly
K u Mlss hdleton
K E wffi ,bc'on c'osely con
lE& K c?Jr hlp' 1 hoped-"
Sti aUHt T0U'rc comln'
movV conime"ted tho voice
lJlib VS? een. Jo?
fill". DcerliS ,1 quavered MIsb
3HRthe Klrieo,thr0UBh th( sbrub
,d 3f wb. l in" TnC?t,rollci1 abovo
lEedup lon;ho;ethe of a
lltwant00 thc answer. '
ing for you, every place. . You've, given
us such a scare."
"Can't. I'm too busy." She finished
baiting her hook and cast out.
Miss Pendleton took the gray
garbed, red-haired Individual by thc
arm, and walked him- around the
bushes before the- girl. ; Tier hat was
lying In the bottom of the boat and her
ijrown hair piled high gleamed gold In
the sun. 1
"Jo, this Is Mr: Wetmore," she- said
' Ttib girl's eyes. wore, fixed on tho wa
ter at thc point where the line dipped
"Ssh, be Htllll I think I've goL a
bite," she said. "Oh, how do you do,
Mr. Wetmore?" She flashed a smile ut
him. "Take this line, will you?"
He. stepped down Into the boat and
reached toward her. Deftly she seized'
the oars and pushed off from shore. ..
"There's u string of fish down here
that I couldn!t pull In myself." she an
nounced, ar he-. sat down hard. And tire
boat shot, out Into the stream. leaving
Miss Pendleton amazed and horrified
on the bank.
It wws- clear and cool and moonlight,
when tho regular creak of' an oarlock
floated over the stillness. A big. Hat
boat, containing two people, moved
across the open and grated upon the
apron at the boat-hou.cc. Lights i
I streamed out the windows of the big
I' house at the . top of the- sloping lawn.
He. sprang lightly out and helped her.
It took longer than was absolutely
"I didn't think then that you would
ever care to bo Wet-more." he drawled.
'"If you ever leak, Guy Wet Well,
me to Wyoming!" She looked up. the
gmvelcd. path4 "We dropped the fish
Ju?t as we pulled them out, nnd I'm
'Miss Pendleton' for ten days. Remem
Mrs. James W. Nelll ond Miss Violet
Xclll left on the midnight train for
their i homcyiln Butte, after a pleasant
two weeks' visit with Salt Lake friends.
Miss Maud Thorn entertained a party
of friends at the lake. last, evening.
Mrs. B. T. JIaivey gives a breakfast
next Friday in honor of her guest, Mrs.
R. E. Samson, of Nebraska.
Miss Molllc Seldbotham arrived' yester
day afternoon, from hcr homo In Chicago
and will be the guest for several days,
of Miss Pearl Woller.
Mrs.vSara ID. Bransford will entertain
a dozen friends at a lake party tomorrow
Harry N. Tollcs, formerly. of this city,
but now of Now York. ,1s visiting his
parents here for a few weeks.
Mrs. F. A. Vincent leaves Saturday
mornlnj for a visit with hen mother in
The children of SL Paul's Sunday-school
will enjoy an outing at Lagoon on Thurs
MlSs Josephine Bottsford will entertain
a number of friends Informally tomorrow
evening at her home.
Mrs. William II. Jones and niece. Miss
Maud MCCnrgar, are enjoying an outing
In Provo canyon.
Friends of George Barratt, who has re
cently returned from a year's work In a
Nov. York art school, will bo Interested
In .learning that the exhibit of his pic
lures will bo continued this week at 310
AtK.s black. The hours will be from ,10
to 12 a. m. and 2. to 5 j. m.. The exhibit
Is free aud all who are Interested In thc
work of thc young artist will bo wel
Mrs. Erneat A. Greenwood ami chil
dren leave on Thursday for a six weeks'
visit with relatives and friends In Port
Huso Druehl of Boston Is visiting
friends and relatives here for a few
Mrs: Lulu S. Mayne, Mrs. Hooper nnd
Mlss'Copp of this, city are now In Paris,
after a tour of thc Mediterranean. Jtaly
and Switzerland. Before returning In
tho fall they will spend some time In
France, England, Ireland arid Scotland.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hoag and
children leave tomorrow for n two weeks'
camping trip In Morgan countv.
Mrs. B. B. Hanak has returned frcm
a, pleasant outing .at Wasatch..
Miss Valentine Murphy left last evening
for Barth, Nov., whero ahe will be tho
guest for the remainder of tho summer
of Miv and Mrs. C. W; Watson and fam
ily of this city; who are summering there.
Members of the First Methodist church
and Sunday-school will give an excursion
to Saltulr on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Drake nre now at
home to their friends at i!5l Third East
A Jolly lake party, chnperoned by Mrs
E. E. Lamson, went out to Saltan Sat."
urday and passed a very pleasant even
ing. Included In thc party wore Miss
Sybil Anderson, Mlsa Elizabeth Lamson,
Miss- Agatha Borkhoel, Mlsa Beatrice
O'Connor. Miss Josephine Bottsford, Miss
TOiM.se Lamson. Clarence Gaines. Jack
Berkhoel, Harry Fulton. Hugh Dougall,
Paul Bcemer and Mr. Godwin.
Prof. L.ev.1 E. Young, formerly Instruc
tor fin the University of Utah, lias. rc.
turned to thc city, after a three years'
absence In Europe.
Miss Minnie Burmester has returned
from Ogdcn. where she has been visiting
airs. Earl, Gclger for the past few .weeks.
A. M Howard has returned from a brief
visit In Denver.
Mrs. Mary Dodge, of Chicago, a daugh
ter of Col. and Mrs. Logan of this cltv,
arrived yesterday, on the D. & R. G. to
visit her parents.
Officers and friends of tho Primary as
sociation of the L. D." S. Sundav-achool
will give a lawn fete on tho Beehive lawn
The engagement of Miss Grace Lock
hart of Denver to O. M. Slmlnpton of
this city Is announced, . the marriage to
take place In the fall.
Miss Jessie Johnstone left vesterday for
a short visit to her old home In Toronto
Canada. In New York the will Join Mr
and Mrs. O. D. Banks of this city, In
August, returning with them, early in
MaJ. and Mrs. R. B. Turner, who will
arrive today, will Jbe the guests for a time
at the homo of Mr. A. J. Lowe, a brother
of Mrs Turner's, at 570 East Third
South street MaJ. Turner was a Second
Lieutenant of tho-Sixth when it was sta
tioned at Douglus and while In this city
he married Miss Lowe and the two have
a very wide circle of friends. MaJ. Tur
nes has Just been detached from Des
Moines and ordered to Boise Barracks,
where he will llvo for the next few years,
or until the next call to arms.
BLAMES DIRTY S5BHWALKS.
Street. Supervisor. Seddon Accounts for
Dirty sidewalks Is one cause of so
much dust In Sb.lt Lake-City, says Street
Supervisor M. T. Seddon, who Is also su
perintendent of sprinkling. If the peoplo
would keep their sidewalks swept, he says,
they would have less reason to compla,ln
about thc dust. Complaint was made to
Mr. Seddon about the dust on Main street,
below the paved district. This street Is
one of the main drives In the city, and
consequently It requires much sprinkling
to keep the dust down. Mr. Seddon, how
ever, eays that this street Is weil sprinkled
and that there arc not sufficient grounds
for complaint. On the paved sidewalks
In .many parts of the city, he sajs. the
dirt is half an Inch or more deep, and
when this Is blown through the air the i
peoplo complain about the snrlnkllng. but
never think of sweeping their sidewalks
MABRIAGE ilCENSES. .
E?,ri T. Hatch, Bountiful ?3
Ldlth Folsom. Suit Lake '" 2S
Hermann J. Briioning. St. Louis." Mo'' ''a
Gertrudo Olson, Logan ..7..... ."lis
Irrigating- Company's Articles.
FontlCIriSlMnhC'PQmt,on of t,,e Cedar
Utah cfel'trffltl ffUl
m Sold i Merit t
fey -f 0i
jfeLs following is an excerpt Jft:!
from a letter addressed to us.
-My roast coffee trade is growing
fcjf every day, especially on the better t
Jr grades, for whenever my customers use
if a two-pound tin of Golden Gate their W
if taste for cheap coffee is spoiled forever."
;s coffee oerfection if
g WAff ' , perfection. f
1 ..High grade grocers sell it... iff
anc aroma-tight tins. M
' JzPi A Folger EL Co.
i'Viw j Importera nd Roastero of '
f!''r?Wrfi- flno Old Coffoea jSmZ'
USES PE-.SiU-.NA IN HIS. OWN FARflitYfiAS iA
Dr. J. F, ISnsor, Postmaster of Co
lumbia, S. C, late Superintendent nnd
Physician In charge of Stute Insane
Asylum at Columbia, S. C, writes:
"After using your TPcrunn myself
for a short period,, and my family
having used and are now using the
saino with good rosults, and upon tho
Information of others vho have been
benefited by it as a cure for catarrh
and n invigorating tonic, I can
cheerfully recommend it to all per
sons requiring so effective a remedy."
Dr. J. E. Ensor.
Hon. C. W. Butts, ex-Member of Con
gress from North Dakota, In a letter
from Washington,, D. C, says:
' "That Pcruno. Is not only a vigorous,
ts well o.s an effective tonic, but also a
cure of catarrh Is beyond controversy.
It Is already established tyy Its use by
the thousands who have, been b.eneflted
by it. I cannot too highly express my
appreciation of Its excellence." C. W. -Butts.
Dr. R. Nubbins, Muskogee, I. T.,
"Peruna is the best medicine I know
of for coughs and to strengthen aNweak.
stomach and to give appetite. Beside
prescribing It for catarrh, 1 have or
dered It for weak and debilitated peo
ple, and have not had a. patient but
said It helped .him. It Is an excellent
medicine and it Jits, so many cases.
"I have a large practice, nnd have a
chance to prescribe your Pcrunn.. J hope
you may live long to do-good, to the
sick and suffering,".
Only the weaki nerd a tonic. People
are never weak except from some good
cause One of the obscure causes., of
weakness and the one oftenest over
looked is catarrh. .
Cata'rrh inllamc?3 the mucous mem-i
brane and causes the blood plasma to
escape through the mucous membrane
In the form of mucus. This discharge
of mucus Is the same as the Joss of
blood. It produces weakness.
Peruna stops- the catarrh and pre
vents the discharge of mucus. This is
why Peruna is called a tonic. Peru.nn
does not give strength by stimulating
the nervous system a llttla. i
It gives strength, by preserving, the
mucoua membrane against .leakage.
It gives strength by converting the
blood fluids and preventing their drain
ing away Ln mucous discharges.
Pc-ru-na Contains 3STo Narcotics.
. One reason why Peruna , has . found
permanent use in so many home is that
it contains no narcotic of any kind. Pe
runa Is perfectly harmless. It can be
.twed any. .length of time .without ac
i quiring. a drug habit. Peruna does not
produce temporary results. It Is per
manent in Its efTect.
It has no bad efTect upon the system,
and gra.du.ally eliminates catarrh by
removing the cause of catarrh. There
are a multitude .of homes where Peru
na has been used off nnd on for twenty
years. Such a thing could not be pos-.
alble If Peruna contained any drugs of
a narcotic nature.
.How to Judge M'ger, J.
ttjltlli CREAMY' FOAM- 1
ll-feffiS ' An infallible indication of :
liMM'&WWf aSe excellence j
0 A solid, creamy foam is the invariable J
IS BSSPK indication of bcly, ago and excellence of )l
W brewing material in beer. - Unless-, the
in bcst Sdes f barley and hops, sclecled
fi "with extreme care, are used in sufficient &
t quantity, brewed so as to give the beer
" the proper strength, and body, and after-
: ward thc beer is thoroughly ripened and aged, it cannot g
I show the solid, creamy foam always found in .the famous jj
I "The only beer bottled exclusively, at the eWGI---YS
THE -AMERICAN BREWING-. CO.'
I I ST LOtJ,s' u s A f mW S
. L M. GU2LNSEY9
j I . WH0LESALE DEALER M '
THIS IS NO. 165. H
I re !
; , Kid, opera heel, street shoe s
i; Kegulnr Ketail Price I
; Style and beauty, combined
! vith wear.
! ipore Shoe j
i Compciay, J
258 SOUTH MAIN.
I GROUND FEED
I hti oats. Y corn, J4 barley, carefully &
k, cleaned, then ground, lo cheaper Bf
S and bettor for horses than strnlght f
tj oats. Try it Custom Feed Mills, M
I 330 "So. 3rd West. Tel S61. K
I We propose to give f
ifrom 1-3 to 1-2
discount on all of
Lyon & Co, stock i
1 for some weeks.- !
aALT lakel erm
Try fit tho Next Tta .Yoti
fL a BJW1NO, Proprietor.
Hendauartorn for mining nvn and trtock
ca-tn. HATES .52 A DAY AN'p TJV.
i I I 1 IH I II I II I I I I I ! I 1 'I I I I II II I I I I ! I III
r BTAB.U5MED IS64- l"n l
ONE-PRICE To" ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD J I
I' TOESD'HY RND WSDKESDHY 1 H
ODDS RNn ENDS. 0F
j AT HHL.F PRieg,"1 I I
I HEHE?S OHLY J)NB PAIR OP. A EINB.i r I .
UM?::. $2.00 ' r
I . ; W.-10 Arubian.Curtain8.
' at a pair , - ty&ZA) 1
$5.S0 Arabian Curtains,, . $2 90 1
$S.-10 Arabian Curtalnef 4 . QA'fl i MM
I -'-vy4;-; M--U r g L; H
J9.C0 Arabian Curtains. . . :. a qa j
at a pair trk $4.0U . H
51.50 Nottingham Curtains, '.- 71Zffm
j ' at a pair , O 1 M
$3.00 Nottlngharn Curtains,, fr-i Ef 1
I at a pair,,... PJ.OU S
?4.C0 KottlnRham Curtains,,-. v Cl 1 A I MMm
at a pair..' .'. . .i-i- $-.c3.U., B H
; 51.C0 Ruffled .Curtains, , : ft wuux Qfiff-'- I MMm
at a pair v.. ...' Ovr'" K
25.40 Irish Point Curtains, (J? 7 'Jfy 1
i ' at a pair J?d.iJ 0 JMU
All displayed In our window, nnd if you see the pair you want ask w
a the ralcsman to have them taken out. I VWM
"TVI-" l-rg.'f "' rgIT.- . ? I urn n ' nj
i I Just such shirts as' I
uM? '. '""W ffi'f'j07 have been, the most p
I V J'ri::t -'' f poimlav sellers here i
throughout tlje season.
Sllllj than hose prices will 1 '"
CiiiiiAV . jjuy in any other place.
j New. stylish patterns intended for this season's wear.. t ,
r Priced to make you want a supply of them now. &
Your choice of a great lot 1.00. H v '
Price Jtf .Pf GARDNER' Main'S3t? I. I
: The Quality Store. ;
I Another new one, 'twill be ready fox the mar- . :
ket August 15. , The st3'le of package and name Is
l nninc ruinstertu. S " jH
UPPER FAILS RESORT 1
lUost beautifully situated resort In thc I
Stall". Fine trout Hshing, Plenty of
shadii, cold spring water, dancing pavilion, S
new Olnlng-rootn, no mosquitoes, no sa- f
loon. Thc Ideal family outing place. Tele- f
phone or write L. L. DON.VAN. , g
) NeldeB-Jadson Drug Co.
WHOLESALE DBTJGGISTS. H
t CIGAKS A SPECIALTY fMm
POSTOFPICE BOX 370. mMM
i EDW. C. SMITH, Prea. . MMm
.TOHN P. COBB. VIce-Prc3. & Mgr. MMm
-j JKO. J. JUDSON. Treaa. mfmW
F. L. PEARL. Sec WM
Corrn today or any day this Qfi13) ffh Boys'and Children's Clothing"54 to off. g'- WLM
I week and take your choice of !fe j Our one object-to clos out everything:. 1 f
I our $12, $15, $i8 Suits for T in Spring and Summer Clothing. The !
I Entire stock irom $20 to $30-54 to ls off. cost of the goods cut no figure. Out they
I Men's Sfraw Hats at Half Price. mu?t go. Get your share of the Bargains. ,
ROWE & KELLY C0.? 132 Main Streets
I ONE PRICE; TO ALL. PLAIN FIGURES. ; , H