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RtTEPPAY MOBXTS-'l, AI-GTTBT2, 1301. TEES 8AIT LAKE TREBTlKE) PAGE PHI;
fc if Interest to ggomett,
Br . ' " " ciy.
fiE SOUND OF A VOICE
BY KEITH' GORDON.
M'rlffiit lll. L.v Frances Wilson.)
fnvt Ar' the duc cf n Junc
jf'jpj, a' llr.s. Stanton said, it
lijU-' - s1, ant billow-case
fehr- rij-.ving-room was fjliostly
tut. , .statuary anil chandeliers
Jfl vhltc- muslin, the furniture
aujtvwrdly In Its summer lln-
einp 1 dropped n to see the
Iris iy uod-bye. nnd soon'
(Jr.. Au U y, "ho was, it trans
ifjo iH Tk,th them 'on ihc moi;
3ras usnrrr-d in. She hesitated
?Jnom nt in tho doorway, a tail,
fcun"'Ui,c,i.',nt!al figure in white.
$ ; ro c and Mrs. Stanton
aR-forrtuTd to greet her, she
?Fni ti " otil-jnue heart of 'Rlch
2fns;ns C"ii. without a sound,
fctjja flu' ir of lesistahce, a will
fftiv 1 1 U. most exquisite voice
h"i flow cf . mull talk that fol
ih'o w - irncrly silent, iloat
. - o iri I he music of that
'i uulful modulations
jrSnr . T r,r' pitch. Tie. sea reel y
Jfvhi; p raid. Indeed", with a
Mk !" "ti "ids became rldicu
ffinlmi'orlir.t , '
lea bi Itfr-- Stanton, upon his
). r n1 1 t her banter awk
vjnn l v Hh rn r-rfort. like a man
elFfroM' i dK-ain. Later, when
"Wti:!r 10.-' :o fc'o. she extended
iffid to him fmnkly. Then she
aifiiro th lnnn;rinjr light of the
Rollon 1 b sun ton. who went to
b&jT Hr ta'.. - . ....
Imoimi.t th- v were out of near
$knn tn in. j to hishostess-wIth
KTni 'n-lilie ijiiM-tness. I
?c Is Mr Andley?" he asked,
it'lousiy. u r:riin detennlna- s
Sfrsnow, Ihf w- rst without delay.
ly, Duk' sh mocked. "Is JJie
ss b.iclioor o- our set 'taking,
at ;n t' Ho., very intercsl-
is Sir AuJley?" he repeated
J'trc- "Iiip" years," she an
S;Ti n. At tho long breath that
tanl h m f Ko in the solf gloom
elori'i, lit added .warnlngly:
Pjfi'ilor hi many suitors!"
frail, ndf to many that Lans
igcu to m fii:r afterwards. . by
ir.n : sii li-.d been preserved
iu? It w mx months before he
!SS ratr.f heard her again. A
ffif h.- funis and the precarious
u frr i business . that he.
jed pi' Pid' i him from carrying
cKmt :i a. .nss the Atlantic and
any ontw n'b and parts oCcon
5fas itrd .
nphc ir.-t few weeks faithless
fian'. i hed (f.iscd tb k'bep'"'lYln'V
(?d r thor hereabouts. But.
iSftdHli Audit y seemed tb'have
fbjmd l;t-. Kt-n. that rare, ca-Qvou-
still sounded in Ills ears,
nldrpirps 1 saw again that
Muslim, uivsuliMtantlol figure, the
!jrjicm y.iU y.hantom from which
TtUluvo i-yts, i-ioked out.
vaa Juat b -fort- the Christmas
ys, and Lansing had decided that
kgVphould kepp him longer, that
lev of fue li- would sail for TSu
pfRhln the next ten days! when
SUli- of tne tilt-phone bell aroused
He lift, d the receiver to his' ear.
tKlie vonnd that greeted' hf in" lie
im- a flame of happiness ran over
jiltfs 33-' Courtlandt?"
Voiic vfui unmistakable, Thov.gh
res imported generously of their
ietull'cni-ss, 't was- still the most
Cul v l hi the world.. Unlike
8 right foot, which had a "rival
.lefi. Mia. Audley's voice hail no
Lri -".ur; was certain" that it
h wl.j v as snaking as he was
i Wot, Ticed, Aching,
r i powder. TL cures
jlgmii, r,f r -,,,lw rt;0fc liadiugrow-
'njKf1-'1 -uily tiikes the atiuy ont
riK1'1, ''I'nu. Ii'otlie greatest com-
Jmr!r'' A erta'n cure for sweutinK,
jM?ii h', ic u, ai biug feci. HO.OUO
'M' TrJili-'-"". SoMbvaUDrng
aK tIL ,l,rf-- Doil'taccrpta
't'rmfc l'-slS Addre,
iB?v fj AllenS.Oltnslcd,
yrX& Lo Itov. N. Y
r;o-nii,!ro. Q ' Tf- S. A.'
jf m's pood and Milk is an
3fe Combmation and will
,and stren2then your
yKand make Wm grow.
fetoVW? toby '"mPl5 0 MC11,U'
that it was "himself who was listening.
"This is 332," he begun.
Before he could get further' there
waa a despairing exclamation from the
other end of (lie wire, while the only
voire In the world pleaded: "Won't you
please ring off?"
Xanslng laughed delightedly, but
the laugh cost him his chance. 1
"How are you, Mrs. Audley?" he be
gan, but a buz, buz-s: buz-z-z-z-z,
buy.-z-7.-z wns all that he got for his
pains. Nor did his frantic ringing nor
the things ho said to central avail him.,
"oh't know; sir. Can't find"' but.-"
vyas' all tha' the distant impassive,
voiee of the operator .vouchsafed,' and
with a sigh, of exasperation he at last
hung up. the receiver.
She was bad: 111, the city, then. Some
where in the wilderness of brick and 1
stone that incomparable' voice ' Wa's
making music, but not. for him. Sud
denly' Sirs. Stanton's warning remark
fell upon lira ears as if it bad' been
spoken. by some invisible . presence.
"Penelope has "many suitor3."
Thelhought goaded him. While he
tarried, allowing mere life and death
matters to detain' him. what might not .
have happened? The truth came- to
him now with a terrible, crushing
force. The one thing In life greater
thiui all other things vas Lkive. And.
strange and unnatural ar.' J t might
seem, he' loved wi'.h all his heart a
woman vvhom hi; h4d practically never
seen, since that brief, dim half hour j
In ihp Star.tor. drawing- room seemed
more HRe an encounter of souls ihan
an actual meeting, wlu'.re the sweet. 1
str-mg woman of hr had been reyealed
lo him in that Strang . vibrant, ca- j
lesslng voice. ... I
Inquiry at the' Stanton' residence did I
not puthim forwarc!. They were .still
in J2iiroDe. and the hcjiisekeepor did
not k'n'Ovy when' they would return. Nor'
could she' teir him anything of Mrs.
Baffled, but determined; he left no. j
stone unturned for the next three j
weeks, but without' success. 13dlth
Audley seemed to have disappeared In
the crowd of the unknown, and he '
wondered If that fool. Stanton, would
ever bring his wife back from Europe.
Then. In the most casual manner, the
Information that lie had sought in vain
came to him. Waiting moodily for a
-friend in the Turkish room of the Wal
dorf late one afternoon, the strident
repetition of a name at la'st recalled
him to his whereabouts.
"Symington!" Mr. Symington'." sang
out a call boy in a nasual tone, looking
inquiringly about as he sauntered
through the room.
None of the men scattered about the
room responded, and the boy tried an
"Card for Mr. Audley! Card for
Mrs. Audlev!" he ' reiterated, with an
expression that Implied that ' the fel
low who had sent his card to that la"dy
must bo trying to conceal- himself.
Then suddenly a gentleman near the
door beckoned to him energetically.
"Mr. Symington?" demanded.th6 boy.
At' the gentleman'? negative reply he
looked away vry wearily. But when
the latter, pressing a quarter Into his
, hand, a6ked "a" certain question,-he re
plied With- mitigated severity.
, Lansing's first impression of her
wli'on' at Jast she came' toward him in
broad davlight was that she was like
a, reed. The eyes were t1ark na a
trifle wistful, the mouth wide, flexible,
with" thin, vivid 1'p. And then that
moving voice fell uppn his ears for the
third time, and he only knew thai she
was ali that he had ever dreamed of m
woman and more, .
'"Talk tome! Talk to me!"' he would
beg," plavfully. during- the weeks that
followed." when he vas trying with all
the rts he could master to lead her" to
j the point that he had reached at a
"I'm growing' jealous of my. own
' voice." she said to him at iast, with a
! hurt, questioning, look in her eyes.
i "I' sometimes think that It Isn't my
I friendship that you care for at all. but
it's only that my voice appeals to you.
I touches some chord in you. T don't
just like it:"
And it Avas then that' Lansing told
her: told her'' with aii ardor thatshe
could not doubt, ending with: "our
voice, mv' darling, is the most beaut 1- ,
ful thing'" In the world, but it's beauti
ful because lr Is You put into sound."
And. being but a woman, what could
she do but. believe?
U - iJ?L Harold Fabian have returned Brigh-
3 J1'' ton, where they .will errjoy cairip life
s" for a few weeks longer. v
Miss Alice Goodwin' has gone to
Brighton,'. .where she! will be the guest
of MIsElolse Sadler for the .ne'jet 'ton
Mrs. Viola l?ratt Gillette left yester
day for the East, after a very delight
ful visit vfttb relatives' and1 ota-lfmo
friends In . Salt Lake. After a few
days In Chicago Mrs.i cillotte go&s. c;n
to Atlantic City, where her sister. Miss
Leonie Darmon Pratt; opehs the sea
son as leading lady in "The Little
Mr.' and "Mrs. Charles L.rtonid and
Mrs. John Cain are home frcim Park
City, whore they have been enjoying
an outing for the past few dnys.
Miss Jean Odell has returned from a
pleasant visit with Brighton friends.
Mr. and Mrs. "Roy Hughes are re
joicing over the arrival of a little
daughter at their homo.
Mrs. V. C. Kelsey was hostess at a
pleasant informal musicalc last even
ing at her home, enjoyed by a few of
her friends. Several enjoyable vocnl se
lections were rendered by Mrs. A. D.
Mr!vin, Mrs. A. G. Andrews and mem
bers of the Melyln quartette, including
Mis. Melvln, Mrs. Andrews. Mrs. Kel
sey and Mrs. P. N. Cook.
Miss Alice Farrell left Syndny morn
ing to visit relatives in Brooklyn, Ivevv
York', arid New Jersey. i
Mrs. H. P. Mason is now pleasantly
located ar 10 10 B street. Sun Diego,
Cal. Tier health Is much Improved and
Mrs. -Mason expects to have entirely
recovered when she returns to Salt
Lake In the early spring.
TP. L. Oswald has gone "to Idaho, to
be away about ten days of two weeks'.
The Misses Llz.le and Annie C'had
wick of Denver, who have br-en the
guests of Mrs. S. B. Kimball for the
past ten clays, have returned lo their
Mr. and .Mrs. William C. Druehl .'ire
receiving the congratulations -if their
. friends over the arrival !,f a son at
Mrs. Elias A. Smith will return this
week from California, whre- Hhe has
been enjoying a visit for the past six
Fred Webber, a member of the- class
of '01, University of California, 'Is vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Wilhr-rt on his way to St. Louis.
Members of the P. T. X. ciub w Hi'
eptnil "the day nt Saltalr, and will be
Joined by the men in the evening.
Mrs, Le Compte has returned to Park
City, after having spent -n -.pleasant
week with her sister,. Mrs. Wilson I.
Snyder o this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. ttboklcdgo
I leave the latter part q the week to
-spend the remainder of the summer at
Mrs. Q. H. Gillette. Mrs. J. H. 'Ruut
koii and Miss Sada Koutson of Farin
ington. III., are enjoying a few days'
visit In S.'ilt Lake on their way home
from Idaho. It Is their llrst visit In
the West and the ladles arc delighted
with Salt Lake. During their play here
they are being entertained at the home
or Mrs. .7. II. Jones.
Roger Shenuan," -Hooper Du'ribar- and
Harold Fabian have returned io Brigh
ton, where they .will errjoy cairip life
for a few weeks longer.
Mrs. Lou B. Greenwood is visiting in
the city fov a few days, on her way to
her old home in Iowa, Mrs. . Green
wood is the mother of George B. Greenwood.-
the well-knowrr ypung- attorney
of southern Utah,', and ' has" been mak
ing her home in Salt Lake for several
yeais'past. She I.i a guest at the home
of Air. and Mrs. S. O. Snyder on Third
Miss Gertriide Pratt has gone to
" Iflaho Falls, Ida., for a brief visit with
i Mr. and Mrs. B. M. White are' ex
pected lo return the latter part of the
'week' from the' East, wherje they have
been taking in the principal points of
interest ou their weddlrig trip.
jUJsm Maud May Babcork leaves to
day on a tour of southern Utah, to be
away several weeks.
R. H . Boxru'd and daughter. Miss
Dora, of Red "Wing? Minn., and Airs.
Hnlverson of St. Paul,, who have been
guc-stn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
IT. Boxrud for the past ten days, leave
Thursday for a tour " the Pacific
- - '
Miys Bessie Ford of this city and
Mark M. Murtaugh of Twin Falls. Ida.,
will be married this morning at the
home of the bride'? mother, Mrs. Eliza
beth, 727 South West Tprrple street.
Immediately after the ceremony they
i leave for a tour of the Pacific coast, be
fore taking up their residence at Twin
Mr. and Mit?. George. "W. Snow leave
today for a two-weeks' visit at the
Miss Laura Miner lias returned to
her home In Logan, after a Lhree-weekav
visit with friends in Salt Lake.
Mrs. Arthur Pratt, Jr.. lo spending a
few days with Park City friends.
Mr. and ' Mm Charles Lawrence and
baby are at Brighton, where they will
visit for the next few weeks. . ..
Mies Delia R. Snow leaved this week
for Milliard, Wyo., to spend the-' re
mainder of the summer with her sister,
Mrs. Georgia Snow Carleton.
Mrs. Arthur Pratt apd daughter, Miss
Mabel, leave today for a visit ol some
weeks on the Pacific coast.
Miss Mabel Hampton has' gone , to
Mnnti for a stay of several weeks with
friends in that city. '
After a six-weeks visit In ?sTevv York,
St. Louis and other points of interest in
the East, Lyle Snow has rt turned to
his home In this city.
3oys Drowned While Bathing
HELENA. Mont., Aug. 1. Delbert It:
Baxter of Helena, aged 18. and Patrick
McDonough of Stearns, nged 1G, were
drowned today while bathing in a reser
voir near Wolf Creek.
Wfeefl Banger Signals
your liver out of order, con
stipation, or your stomach, not
working right, it's a sign of
distress which, unheeded, will
lead to trouble it is time to
Sold 'Everywhere. Ih-boxcs 10c. and COc. j
Pe-ru-na Cures Catarrh in Ali its Phases, Whether in
Adults or Infants.
.- V'i'-- - ; "
mMa- . ifH i V
tie w -m
'Pe-ru-ua the Only luedlcine They Use.
Ail RS. THRIDSA ROOKE. 25S N. Ash
J'Hand ave Chicago, III.. Treasurer
Ladies of the Maccabees, writes:
"In our home Peruna is the only
medicine wo have. Grandmother,
mother, father and child all have' j
used PerUna. It is our great remedy
for catarrh of the stomach and head,
colds, or female complaints of which
it has cured me. tVc find it of great
value when my husband becomes
worn out or catches cold. A couple of
doses cure him. If the baby has colic
or any stomach disorders, a dose or
two cure hci I consider Peruna finer
than any doctor's medicine J. have
ever tried, and I know that as long
as we have it in the house we will all
be able to keep in good health."
Mrs. Fredrich .of. Central Park; L. I.,
ThiuksHighly of Pe-ru-na.
Mrs. M. Fredrich, Central Park, L. t.
N. Y., writes:
"I thank you for your kindness in an
swering my letters. I know your treat
ment has dene me. wonderful good.
"When r tlrst .commenced, to take it I had
catarrh of the tbrqat. and' stomach. I
think highly of Peruna and would i.ot
be without a bottle of It in the house.
It Is also good for breaking up colds, if
taken in lime. Even my little ooy will
ask for it when he has a cold. Where
over I can praise Peruna, T will do so."
Mrs. M. Fredrich,
Pe-ru-na Cured After Doctors Failed.
Mrs. Martha Moss. R. F. D. 5, Chip
pewa Falls. Wis., writes: '
"Our little eight-year-old girl Is wpil
now and you do not know how grateful
vc are. Some of our best doctors had
given her up. This spring she took a
bad cold and cough. When her .".ouch
was relieved, she began'1 to have pains
In her stomach and her kidneys were J:i
bad condition. One doctor called It a
general run down condition, and an
other said It was appendicitis. They
changed her medicine several times.
but it did. not help her. In July T sot
got a boltie of Peruna and commenced
giving it, to her. and. the. treatment
ptoved to be Just what she. needed.
When I wrote to you she had to be car
riednow she it around playing, all the
time. Yon have done a great deal for
l er. . She I ihe .only girl, we have and
it meant lots lo us to have her cured."
Mrs. Martha Moss. . ,
We have on file many thousand tcntf
inoulals like the . ones given above. We
cr.r. only give our readers a idight
glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited
endorsements we are receiving every
month No other physician in ihe world
has received such a volume of enthu
siastic and grateful lotters of thanks as
Dr. Hartman for Perunn. Ah corre
spondence is held strictly confidential.
j IF YOU WANT CASH j
FOR YOUR 2
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wt Urn be 11 ms ?
t Xo matter how l.trce they are or In w?
3 what town, city. State, or Territory. yxWO, , , ,t&&' f
SIf we did not know we could collect &W&!& S
your bills, wc certainly would not bo AftS y ;
paying out money to advertise. X
We advertise becauac wc want your rSiSX s SsJw
clalmD for collection. Our ability to make W?Vtk ' P
i colloetlouM where all others have failed, f F I
hfis enabled us to build up the largest col- WsttftW'ff&rr S-"r
7 lection business In the world. ffmWJr
This ad. Is sure to brine many claims to 5c'J2 JrC
tl our offices for collection, and we aro JuHt - f
3 as sure to collect these claims and rnako r c''Jw
J moncv In commissions thereon.
"V7E COLLECTED WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED
I LAST WEEK LAST WE EX LAST WEEK
$885.00 $180.08 $110.00
A -r r -r, m, , , Eor Hewitt, the Dent- S
For Crcorge G. Hen- For The Kentucky ist It was 13 yeRrs
d ticks of Logan. Liquor Company. old. j
Does any body owe youP Do you want tho money? If so, write I
! or call on us. ' j
HEROHftHTS' PROTECTIVE ISSOOlATSiM
SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS.
REPORTERS of HOW people pay their bills. !
, Established 111-2 yoars. Representatives everywhero. Ofiices top
s floor Commercial block, Salt Lake City. '
FRANCIS G. LUKE, Gen'l Mgr.
:? "SOME PEOPLE Dorrr LIKE US." i
I Nelden-Jndson Drug Co.
g WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
5 CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFFICE BOX 370.
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j JOHN' P. COBB. Vlce-Prca. & Mffr,
K; JNO. J. JDDSON Trcas.
K V. 1,. PEARL. Sue.
UPPER FALLS RESORT
Most beautifully situated resort In tho
State, Fine .trout fishing. Plenty or
hade, cold spring water, dancing pavilion,
new dlnJnK-room. .no' mosquitoes, no. sa
loon. Tho Ideal family owtlntr plucc. Tele
phono or write L. L. DCXNAN.
ONE. PRICE TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD
ONCE MORE . H
ATe are going to startle the inhabitants of Salt Lake and 1 ll
vicinity by next to giving- goods aAvay in our 1 Bl
j The sale oegms iMonilay iind we ask ycjii to be or the I I
spot early for it's OROW-DS! OijOWDS! CROWb'si I !
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U Vf KArfT Pfovlnji perfect brevrinc aud (cr- nk
th M&Ssrylr "CLEAN" TASTE The absence oi UiH
(IV) r -JzW'tl a disaerccablc for.eiga or " after- ! i ll
V a rS?6S!v. Tw, taste," proving scrupulous cleaali- 'Ml I ' 'l
e8 r MU "SOLID, CREAMY FOAM" Aa in- itiH
h y J jtWiStf&y fallible indication of body, ac"eaad flfl M pH
fd&i IJ excellence of brcwioc material. Iff !j H IdH
J "PURITY" Impossible to find In M I IH
iJvfMf ff J&'XilSfiy most bottled beers, because their )A ' i f l
WyW 9 AliwccS' preservation i3 coined throucli Ti 1 SH
ivC V "ifciw2f chemical aduitcration. f H
JtiPdffif "FLAVOR" The distinctive indi- (Vy I (j i'H
yjF'!,t;iv J&&vf vidual characteristic of any bever- v w:H
V3WwSfi),v. v40Crvci? af-e' 33 peculiar to It clone aa is its w Tti'lH
VivSwfc?V ftsSS cdor to the rose A delicious and M 'li 'l
l?AV$mlQW- y?S?'r-fci&tftHr pronounced hop aroma i3 the ,'d I I'H
J ' bluhest standard. W '
dlH ssfsssc lithe ONLY br tliat posse'sseo nil if
M&ffl!?? vJtO?r&rV of these essential Qualifications. Us rll'H
WMz It? .purity is absolutely cuarnntecd tH
yphnC 5iPVv by its macr9. It is the ONLY beer j lH
rHrVisJirtV MJJLr, Hlat can be so puarnritced. becauSc il'!H
frWX sivcVat SShz btUCd II
ffy I JC" I AMERICAN BREWING CO. 1
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t Lunch Baskets, S
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c all siz:s and colors J
S 14 off today -
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5 Basket 10c-today
C Hardware Company
THE POPULAIt HARD-
"WARE STORE. 1
27-29 W. 3rd So. 2j
j& 'Phono 1C37-K. '
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I when It comes bom our Drup store,
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I that you get Juat what you order. X
X Welcome. Step In. All cars otart J
T from T
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1 BOTH 'PHONES. NO. 145.
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. l
A Christian institution, with Classical lill
end Latin-Sclcntllic courses. Board, fur- 1 'ib il
nlshed room, electric light and furnaco ; f:'H
hc:it. $IM for the year Tuition $20. Ac- 1 HH
commodatlono for only freshman and ;j -M
sophomoro classes. College year opens ''I fiH
Sept. 7lh. Addreas Dr. R. ,G. lUcNlcco. i:fl JiH
11C6 Blaine Ave, Salt Lalco City. jrH
HILL .MILITARY ACADEMY fl
g u PORTLAND. OREGON. 1111
nf C a prlvato boarding and day gj u
rv-fc-vsch00'- Manual training, mil- t 'j
ii ZZ Uary discipline, collcgq prop- Wl
1 1 11 arailon. Boys of any age H il
JL R admitted at any time. Full H r iH
C-rH term opens September II, 1KM. ' ;l il
A CUT THIS OUT pH
J Ml And mall to Dr. J. W. Hill, k ,.'H
' i I 1 Hill Military Academy, Port- ifftH
--Is Jand. Or. 4)
I nave .... boys, whom I want to send iuVi'il
to a military school. Their ages are ll
. j PI cas o scndVmo prices nnd terms; ftjl'il
also Illustrated descriptive catalogue of &i
your school, Nilil
(Address) .-.-..V. yl !
Salt Lake l
Boarding and Day School llil
Course corresponds to Eighth grade and iljiiil
High school WH
Good music department. i
AVrlte for catalogue and particulars. ri
r In the beautiful suburb of Oalclnndi H jf,V,il
J California. Confers degroaa and U 'frlil
g grants diplomas. Seminary jSJ vl
E course accredited to the Uuiversitlcs ra C Vl
h and Icadhrj EaKtcm Colleges. I'nll 00
' termopeus3ffAf to, 1904, Write UD .uB
for Jiaudsociclv illuslrntcd' eatalojue. Vtj K'tilvM
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