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OitiKfEDAY M0B2?rarS, JCTT 23, 10M. .- TH35 SALT liACT! TBEffGHSl
JpNE MORNING'S WORK.
BY BEATRICE PINLEY. '
' Kht, JP0, by K. M. Whitohoad.)
, foKroe'is out'" sakl the Blrl ln the
b,uc 1Inen as she rose a trI"
1 rtatnly from the chair behind
sJte manicuring table
rWtn sure you v.ill do It Just as
I SmPMu1 the man, looking at' her
oEj'k, almost boyish admiration,
JtfiA om-er only a beginner," said
I and I might hurt you."
uan threw bade his head and
tl Junlll the little French curtains
a fpn windows fairly shook.
' vl jit believe you could hurt a flea,
""Y e .i big. husky chap Hko me; be-sve-er
I've cot to get out of
Oj feiy soon!"
n? please sit down," said the girl,
to g to a chair by the table, "and
lJgh j tie while I fret things ready."
20 ew minutes she returned, car
1'glass bowl Ailed with tepid
K ih'd laid forth the implements
(n fnnnlcui 1st. Her eyes wore dnn
.rta; Scrald Wilson watched her ev-
l-c with. Interest. He had. already
fed that her dress and her eyes
3acty the same color,
lught I'd come around early.
jinedV "before the place gets
idded her head. "I always do,
said, then caught herself sud
!'I mean we like customers to
arly because it doesn't pay to
rcany girls down here, and yet
. rtfli people do come In they all want
halted on at once."
...r. S must have worked pretty
said Wilson, looking at her rosy-
ibl ; fingers.
atSk said the girl, "although many
tvy me and do not believe that
" at all. My my hours are long."
Jh -was dabbling his fingers in
Id something in the paper once
)W you pretty manicuring girls
es marry Into rich families. I
,'ou all want to come to these
nt lower over his hand and said
iffled voice: "Well, some of us
ant to marry the sons of rich
. We er know them too well."
ian looked at her curiously,
are rather a tiresome lot,
tidy? It seems to me they have
ai stupid time of it, with their
rouhd of house parties, yachts
hes. Now, out where I am the
lrl looked at him quickly and
"Well, the men 'do things'
o. They have to make money
I It like this."
to they don'L" said Wilson, de--?'Most
of them hardly know
ielr offices look like in New
Their fathers do the work, or,
fathers are dead, tome of their
old friends manage the family
and keep the boys In Incomes
I permit 510.000 automobiles and
afrajd you are a bit preju-
' diced," said the girl, but hor face was
serious. He waxed confidential.
"I do not mind telling you," he said,
"that I came here not so much to get
my hands' done as to find out some
er well, just how they'd do things
around here, You pee, T am an Illinois
man bom and bred; never even went In
for society ln Chicago, but Just as soon
gs I left college I struck out for the
::Inc fields in Missouri and I've &tuck
there ever since. You don't keep up
with the sty ley when you are develop,
ing zinc mines."
"Have you struck Jt rich?" said the
girl, looking up nt him with xt laugh.
"Well, we have a pretty good thing
of it," oald Wllswn. "But it doesn't
mean so much to me as It does to Mr.
The girl dropped her file, and It took
both of them to find it In the folds of
her pretty morning gown. Then she
went to work again.
"Mr. Van Twlller does not need any
more money "
"Humph! A New York man never
gets enough, and I understand he wants
to buy a good old) English title for a
pretty daughter of his, and I suppose
the biggest part of his money will go
into. the title."
Her race wae flushing now. , "I do not
think Miss Van Twlller is for sale."
The man looked at her curiously. "Do
you know Jier?"
"Oh, yes, very well; she cornea here
"Well, I haven't seen her yet. I came
up on the late boat last night with Mr.
Van Twiller. and. between you and mo,
when we goi up to inai puiacu 01 nis,
and I saw people In the parlor and on
the porch in evening party togs, I got
one of the best ready-to-wear head
aches you over raw. I thought your
jjummor boy wore white ducks or light
flannels at these resorts, and that was
all I brought besides the, "business suit
I wore, so I just wired back to town for
a dress suit, nnd I bet It will be here
by dinner lime tonight or there will be
something doing when I got back to
that hotel ln New York. I may have
come out of the sine mlnee, but I am
not playing the 'David Harum' act be
fore Van Twiller"? crowd."
A shadow fell on the floor; a stout,
smartly-clad woman paused In the
doorway. She almost gasped at sight
of the couple at the table. "Oh,
The girl threw her a warning glance,
but she could not stem the tide of apol
ogy. "I would not have this happen for
the world!" The newcomer was visibly
distressed. The girl looked up at her
with calm, smiling eyes.
"Oh, I'm doing very well, madame!"
"Yes, she hasn't cut me once," said
Wilson. "I do not believe you could
have done it better yourself."
He had swung around to face Mme.
Laugeret. and, behind his back, the
girl raised her finger to her lip in a
i gesture of silence.
"Very well," said madame In a voice
which was not entirely steady, "as you
please," then she entered the curtained
alcove, murmuring to herself: "But if
anyone-should come in just now, la la,
what a scandal it would be."
But no one-did come in, and the girl
KjVillfain A. Nelden has Issued ln
Vb5 'or a cucnro Pnrt' next Friday
lJr at hor homo.
yKid Mrs. Arthur D. T,ynn of 135 D
vPjave as their gaiesta the remainder
ptimmc-r Mrs. William 11.' Ciilmor
IIm Haz'l Culnier of Dellinghain.
wMi-o Culmer ami Misii IJazel aro
jflWn In IM- city, vrhero they for-.
Xtyado tl.c-lr Jionu'; and will bo wol-
py their mnny friends here,
B. S. Walker is expected to return
ffty jeek from Butte, where sho haa
1 e.gucst of her daughter. Mrs. Wal-
- jowls, for the past few weelts,
Wf! l5J MrE Gcor D- AIdr left last
J .1 ;(for a trip to the World's fair and
. . la other Ihiire Eantcni 'cities.
i .-..j & - o .
jj IjEaUlIe Dunyon, daughter of Mr.
'Mt' A- ftuuyon, wan hosteas ut a"
;.J KUJ chUdron'B party last evening.
)..of her friends belnn asked in to
r celebrate her birthday. . The
wero from 7 to 5 o'clock, and tho
n papied them delightfully on tho
Ella gwnt-s mid music for amuso
JMcGarvej of California, an oM
Jen.1 of thf Walker family.- is
"J iA.p;,,QW (lllV al the homo of Mrs.
" I V?ikr 0,i South Main, street, a
J flairs, Eccles.
' r !lf .
i 5'fro to'ngr miulo for an informal
rt llho post the- flret of tho weok.
TJifl Sf'oronca Hall, daughter of Mr.
J?- J 12- Hall, hnw returned from
- hfvis wl-iere Blio h:us juut gradu
j Hadloy Holyoko seminary at
SLauru Sh-rm:m. Mlas SloJla Salle-
a -fconi1 Mr. Saundera made up a
J( 'pEny l 'ho Country club last
WmI Lih Ky-Et- ACI-cr vlsttlmr ln
WEStv H'", 9-rwit l and In, Now
jyjiKjyc. ,lor ft l,,r lnnnths" vlsic
HtSwhSlil1 5' Sl'nrs 'caves today for "Lo-
X vi ' 'V,nn- t0 v,olt daugh
Jm. Stooninn . aiVRy a,,out "urea
ijt&y hdnfi 'B at lha orld'a fair on
i1jM" dak- k"i,r arfl ,n t,ls
fttf W Thov i)B on lj,ftlr tvay to Call
11 jfeo"ru,i;lra? g5,"Lta,f Mr: and Mrs.
XT, aeu to receive their TrlondP.
- ind Mrs m t n.
-"-ewjB, Mrs. Bmma JEcclos
and Miss McGarvoy go to Walker's farm
tonight to remain over until Monday
Mrs. M. A. Soars and son. Will, go to
Jogan today for a few weeks' visit with
Judgo Thomas Marloneaux of Ncphi Is
siiondlng a few days In Denver with his
wife nhd daughter.
Mrs. Rauschor and son. Victor, of Mur
ray, loft hist night for a-four -weeks', trip,
to tho fair. ' ' '
Guy Thatcher of Logan' Is visiting Salt
Tako friends Jor a-fevr days.
- Mrs. T. B.'-B catty, -Mrs.- It. II." Officer
and Mrs. D. C. Roberts will be tho
hostosso at tho Country club this aftor
noon. There will bo tea and a putting
.contest at -1 o'clock. '
Miss Marjorio Ivlo will return today
after a weeks visit nt Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Colo have returned
to their homo In T.ogan after an onjoyablo
week's visit with Mra. Minnio Jensen
Mrs.' Jennie Botlnvell and Mrs. W. W.
Hall loft Thursday cvoulng to visit frlonda
and mini Ives In California. Mrs. Both
well may extend her visit through the
winter. Mrs. IlalS will return in about six
Mrs. Sarah Holding of Salt Lake, moth
er of T. C. Holding of this city, was
among tho visitors htirc'ltfst Friday. Hero
Hho mnt an old-timu friend named Bishop,
who aluo lives In Salt Lake, with whom
sl;o and her husband crossed tho ocean
in 1S53. Mr. Bishop utopped In tho Bast
si couple of years, while Mr. and Mrs,
lloldlni; came to Salt Lake direct. Thoy
had both lived ln Salt Lake City nearly
fifty years. ftlll thoy had ncvr chanced
to meet till Friday. Spanish Fork Press.
Mrs. Minnie l.oyson and Dr. Harry W.
Davl3, both well known hero, were quietly
mnrrkd at tho Flrat Presbyterian church
yesterday at noon. Row Dr. Paden per
forming the ceremony. Only witnesses
were present, and tho announcement of
, the marriage will be a surprlao to the
I many friends of tho bride and groom. Dr.
and Mrs. Davis loft on the limited for a
month's vIbU at Ottawa. Kan., St. Louis
mako their home.
Idaho Postmnster Named.
Special to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 22.
Samuel S. Anderson has been appointed
postmaster nt Lnlon, Fremont county,
Idaho, vice W. K. Thornton, resigned.
When they travel, go one route, re
turning another, in-order to i?ee all, the
country. . You can. do this on your East
ern trip by nskingrfor your tlckots at
least one way. Colorado Midland-. Costs
no more. Through standard -and tourist
Half Hate3,' Pioneer Day,
Between all points on S. P., L. A. & S.
L. R. JL Tickets on sale July 23, 24 and
25, Good returning July 26, aco Utfuntp,
worked on while the man told her of
his struggles to hold a property which
threatened, not to pan out; of the hours
of discouragement, relieved only by the
companionship of books, and of the
final success, and of his modest hopes
for the future. "You know I do not
care for a 'whole heap of money," he
"I'd like to travel a bit in Europe, to
always have the books I wanted to
read, the pictures I like best about me,
and enough money to keep the one wo
man ln the world cumfy and happy."
"Have you found the right woman
"No." Then he looked thoughtfully
nt her bowed head, crowned with soft
brown hair. "I have never felt I had
the right to look for her until now. I
was never very strong on the love-in-the-cottage
"Do you think you wilL And her hero
"Maybe. But "
Then ho pulled himself up with a
shake and hurled questions at her.
Where would the Van Twillers proba
bly take him that day? What must he
wear at the Casino? When did folks at
Newport have time to sleep? And sho
told him everything, from tho style of
canvas shoes ho had- to buy at once
to the number of courses and the wines
he would have at the Lanson dinner,
whore he would probably go with the
Van Twillers that night, but at last his
hands were finished. Even the charmed
Wilson could not claim that the- girl
was a rapid worker.'
Tho girl hunded hls.money to madame
and, taking up her daraeoJ, said In a
low voice- "I think my handy will have
lo go this morning. We- are having
some people to breakfast."
She walked back to the little table,
carrying her parasol behind her in one
hand. Wilson was looking curiously at
his highly-polished nails. Ho had never
visited a manicuring shop before-. As
she stooped beaide him he plunged his
hand in his pocket and drew out the
emblem of Western prosperity a silver
dollar. "This is for yourself," he said,
as lie laid It on the table. "But I can't
repay you for all the good advice you
gave me. I'd like to come back again if
I get stuck," ho said, IiIb eyes twinkling.
"I am afraid you would not And me."
she said. "I don't work here every
day." They were moving toward the
door now. ' . .
"Are you going baok to Mr. Twiller's
Ho nodded his head.
"Well, so am I, and, i you like, I'll
give you a lift."
"Give me a lift?" echoed Wilson.
"Yes, In my dog-cart. I am Ida Van
Gerard Wilson sat down very sud
denly and his hand struck the coin. He
started back atf if stung.
Miss Van Twlller bent over and
picked up the money.
"I want to keep this it is the first
money I have over earned. You see,
madame is the best la. her line, and
whenever my maid becomes .careless
with my hands I come to her early In
the mornings Come. Are will be late for
r t a
She keeps It on her dressing table
now a silver dollar, highly polished,
with his initials on one side and hers
on the other- And though she once de- "
clared that Ida Van Twiller was not
for sale, her husband declares he won
her with that dollar.
.; century - a
: wc have mairuaincd our; i
: :. i reputation as roasters and;
: S blenders of coiice rhat is'f
' 'always uniform in quality. V U
I'j.'a.' folger a co.? j
i San Francloco i
: Imporiero of Fino CofToco 5
I THIS IS A BOX CAIiF WELT.
1 Uogular retail price, $3.00. j
j CLOSING OUT.
Moore Shoe i
jj 258 Al' 1
Awful Suffering of a Bey
from an Itching
Hot One Square Inofi of Shin oi
His Whole BofyvWas
"My little CO.-, boy of firo, brolto
out Vfith an itching rash. Three doc
tors prescribed for him, but ho kept
gottlng Vi'orse ustll vre could not drosB
him any. more. They finally advised
mo to try a certain modlcol college, bat
Its treatment did not do any good. At
the time I was induced to try Cutfctsro.
Remodien he was no bad that I bad to
cut his hair off aud put the CuMcura
Ointment on him on bnudages, as it way
impossible to touch hira with tho bare
band. Thore was not ono square Inct
of sl;in on his whole body that "was not
affected. Ho was one mass of sores.
The bandages used to stick to his skin
aud ln removing them it used to tai:o
the skin off with them, and the screams
from tho poor child were heart-breaking.
I began to think that ho would
never got well, but after tho accouu
application of Outlcura Ointment 1
began to see signs of Improvement,
and with the third and fourth applica
tions the sorca commenced to dry up.
His skin peeled oil' twonty times, bufc'lU
finally yielded to tho treatment. I used
the Cutlcura Resolvent for his blood,
and now I can say that ho. is entirely
cured, and a stronger and healthier buy
you novor saw than ho Is to-day."
4922 Center Aye., Chicago, 111., Dec.
No return in six years, Mr. "Wattam
writes, Feb. 28, 1903.
"Tour letter of the 21st in regard to
the case of my littlo boy at hand. I am
truly thankful to say that the cure
effected by tho Cutlcura Remedies has
been a most thorough and successful
euro to date."
SoM throaqhout lb world Calieura Bttolvrat.Mo.
(In form of Clic.oUt. CoatrJ Pilt,tiz. per rlil of CO),
Ointment, lAc, Sop. So. Dopotii I-ondon. 77 Cbaiter
hoaioSq.i I'arli, 4 Huo do U Falsi Boton. 137 Columbus
Ava. Porter Drop nd Chm. Corp.. Bole Proprietor!.
C2J- 8nd for rno? to Cure Evry lluoionr
mmtWALm'mtm ih Mil ,i,wiWii "rl
I Come Today or 1
Any Day This j
I ' Week . I.
-i. And. tako your choice of our
suits. Values $12.00, 15.00 ?
and $18.00, for
1 $7.50 I
3 Everything from $20.00 to Jf
'i $30.00 cut from 1-4 to 1-3 off i;
I? regular price.
Boys' and. children's clothing
25 Per Cent Discount jj
S Rowe & Kelly Co.
t 132 Main St
ONE PRI0E PLAIN
t TO AIL. PIGUPvES. S
im &m r
J'l Manuracturep ot , ) f
71 ff fV nd dealfjr In
;. ' t' Jewelry and dla
p monda and other precious etonP-
i "We pay particular attention to
nrt-claafl -uratch repairing. Ax k
!j well propared to do all work ln
( that line, as we carry a full oj- g
i eortrnent of materlaL j
259 SO. MAIN ST I
1 NeideuJadson Drug Co.
K WHOLESALE DItTJGGISTS.
OIGABS A SPECIALTY. j
I POSTOFPICE BOS 370.
EDW, C. SMITH. Prcn. I
I .10HN P. COBB, Vlcc-Pres. & Mjrr.
? ,TNO. J. JUDSON, Trcas.
I F. 1j. PISAP.U Sec. I
and you vill llnd that you can buy the
best kooJs" for the least money in reliable
Avatcheo, Jewelry, diamonds, clocks and
Optical goods, jJnd cheaper than you can
buy them In any other place m tho city
THIS JEWELElt. 1
75 EaHt . Second South street, between j
Commercial and State streets.
g 239 MAIN STREET.
5- .Haa Opened. 2
to Open day and idght Tel. 901-T. X
4- Tray Ordfia Solloltod. T '
Mm VACUUM CAP
5 f7 SENT ON TRIAL
n A PAY ONLY IF PLEASED
f J2hiJ Tliousanda in iiho, not ouo fail. '
jfczZ-A nro, uot ouo ruturzKHl.
Jl'yKJX'Hi't out' or reo pnrliculars.
5tandurd Appliunco Co.
, 607 riov Mclaoo Uolldlag, Kunww City, Io.
1 1 Looking- Fory a
I Live I
1 ifivesfmeef i
? ? . ? !
y Tlica you haxL Tjcttor "keep
posted on Colorado. S
Thoro la ortljnono-vay. ft
jjji By reading Tegulnrly Oolo- jj
Cj rada'a.gxcatO!jtJiStato:nov7spa.per, gj
:: The PaebloiCfiieflain
k Yon -will loom, abottt the new
33 minos opening- np; tho rloh, gold
i strikes j tho finds in. tho oil W
'9 fields, and the llvo pulsating
y commercial development o( a
, 'A "
, Tou- (jst it all in. ft
1 The Puebio'Chieffcain I
At 65 Cant3 Per Month.. .
EBtahlishod 1863. J?
I PEK CENT I
I OFF, X
ON MRS. VAN 3TJSEN
CAKE PANS, MONDAY
C and WEEK. Last of dem-
onstration. Come early.
THE POPULuVR HARD- Sw
WAR3D STORE. 2?
27-29 W. 3rd So.
X 'Phone 1637-K.
In metals are in our je-welry
shops. Your old gold and
jewelry may be made over
I into tho latest creations of
jewelers' art in our up-to-dato
Peasonnhle Pricos. ' ' ? "
tor all lines of work can be purchased
liero at "short-circuit prices."
We carry a full stock of ail things need
ed for wirlnp. bolls, telephones, switches,
iiud light and heating a'pparatus.
The goods, which are from tho best
manufacturers, are of modern dcfllgn, ex
cellent material and perfect construction.
I. M. H1GLEY & CO.,
Electric "Wiring and Fixtures.
109 EaBt First South. Tolephono 753.
UPPER FALLS RESORI
Most beautifully situated resort in the
State. Fine trout fishing. Plenty of
Ehnde, cold spring water, dancing pavilion,
new dining-room, no mosquitoes, no sa
loon. Tho ideal family outing place. Tele
phone or .write. L. L.. CONNAN. t
ONETPRICE'TO-AQ.. NEVER UNDER5QCD '
SUCH GREAT VALUES . j
Give great prestige to this store, and keep it in grateful remcm- B H
brance by thoso participating in the benefits offered. It is doubtful H
vhcther values of equal merit will presont themselves again, this I H
season. 8 H
I FOR SATURDAY ALL BAY J
i In Our Wash Goods Department SPECIAL ! ' I H
12 pieces that's all, of RAVEN BLACK LiENO STRIPED BLACK !
t WWN8, warranted fast black, value ISc an lonff as the Q'Zif I
12 piccoa la-st at. a yard Ql. j jH
M Our Hosiery DeparfiMefkt?.- j
( SATURDAY AXiL DAY, , 7 V
LADIES' LACE HOSE ' I
U 75 dozon LodlcB fost black fancy lace Hobo, 2 pattom3 tochooSe- from. IH
IrII plso3; they are tho beot -10o grade in tho city; It') ff" ll
on Mild for 1 day only at, a pair dj H
INFANTS' LACE 0 B PLAIN SOX.
In pink, black, blue, red and white, about 25 dozen in all, sizes from 4 ) M
to C; thoso arc splendid 26c values; to bo clo3od out "8 Off
!in ono day at, a pair ) ivJ'' H
IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT j H
k Day nnd Evening. H
I CHILDREN'S SL5PPER.S, ,
1 Infants' sizes 1 to S, -worth up to " ' ' ctf 1
: $1.00 5
Children's sizes V- to 2, -worth up to -rirf 1
$1.50 JDT 3
H ALL STYLES, ALL COLOR S, AT ABOVE PRICES.
CLOAK DEPARTMENT H
SATURDAY ALL DAY. j
SALE OF SILK PETTICOATS. 9
Our entire stock of taffeta silk Petticoats, with accordion plaited
flounces, a variety of styles in changeable and black silk 1 H
that Bold at $7 05, SS.50 and $11.00. On sale Saturday ' . C
all day at oach I'O '
FROM 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK, H
A I Boy's Clotbmg Bep't,
F- I SPECIAL!
fl (Nfl I ' BOYS1 SUITS In na-y blue sail- ;
VSilii2i i or blpuse, all-wool and thre- jH
ti piece Vestec Suits, in light and
SJap Fans, ln the greatest, variety g medium patterns, every malt in
of pattorno, values up to 15c; this lot eold for ?5.00. ages 3 to 9 ;
on sale for 2 hours at, t years, salo prioe for ! , M
each ' Stlturday nlght ' ''' fH
wj.-.-v.i r-.-.n i- - - r -r t i ! i iin um
? Another new one, 'twill be ready for the mar- IB
5 lcet August 15. The style of package and name is
I We propose to give
I from 1-3 to t-2
I discount on all of jj.
Lyon & Go stock
for some weeks. &
Sliver Lako, Blc Cottonwood Canyon.
Dally stage via Park City, connecting
with trains, and stnKO every other day up
Blp Cottonwood canyon, leaving Cullon
hotel at 7 a. m.
Tel, 2C, Murray BxchanKO. or Brighton
botel. HYRUM N13LSON. Prop.
ON ALL CAR LINES
Try it the Next Tijne You
S. C. EWING. Proprietor;
Hoadciuarter.s for mining men. and sloclc
ancav; JtATEfi.?!! jAJDAYj ANT-UP
I We Guarantee Our
SODA WATER 1
Non-Alcoholic andAB-4 1
soEutely Pure. 11
I Nothing but Soft Birinks
f W.H. DAYTON:! I
I DRUG CO. 'I
Cor. Second South and State Sts- ra, 11
1 SKUWD FEED
k V- oats, Vi corn, hi barley, carefully i WM
ts clconod, then ground, la oheapr t IH
K. and better lor horaca than straight i HH
6; oats. Try It. Cufitom. Peed Mflb, S i WM
320 So. 3rd West. Tel. GOI.
ESTABLISHED 1S73. , ;
J OHN BUCKLE & SON, -" Ji .
Popular Tailors jH
2S5 SO. MAIN ST. KB