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ftBl ' B'Y' BELLE ANIATES. '
"SWjght, 120 i, by Belle Manlntes.)
1iriVmot looked Into the open
SMosc soft glow Intensified Jici
wml 'features and softened the
4Kve restcalnt In her beautiful
"K.as the night pf her return
IfcKter an enforced absence abroad
' Wears, which time had been de
I the enre of an Invalid father..
I death 1,a(i Cc'urred- tw? yenrs
l(jEl:c Jiad aimlessly traveled and
jiWyhtil voyr she had decided to
gzBpjld home, so long closed.
MftoUl Graves, organist of St.
-"vErd toaclitr of piano, her young,
aney had centered its? dreams.
mhpur? spent weekly under his
fMfbefore she had gone abroad had
'rr happy ones to Ihiv Slip had
'ItV'tkachei' of mush Mjclally, 'and
Bh'dShlp had" been, list merging
frMh&r relation when fatq Inter -liRvtne
shape of the family phy
QuKho bad ordere.Mn. Wilmot to,
uHKn'd, where ihelr sojourn had
Klpnged beyond their drlginal
llhRad carried on a spasmodic cor
lUwnfet with Arndld Gravels, ImL
- .Hjlhl' sensitive new her natural
iKcncT the lack of .propinquity,.
iHftlcW" had not changed.
ifSBSitlv on ner journey nomv nuu.
ftKihucstfon -jq her mind whether
i woman of 20 w hat' had
Kto jiicnse hjpi in the girl of 20.
tfSB&vxltten to him en route and
-CMm to call that evening. He had
TRfand now, af r his departure,
TKbfifore the Hit musing on their
tLtBuI In these years sometime
.uJgk lur girlish inexperience had
'BMivronfe and invested. hln '.witli
that lived only in her own
!:'TpShe thought she would almost
P'lKpt to meet him again than r to
PrniEie locs of her illusions. But;
SBrbroadenc-d nature and wider
LtMfce found him to be all she had
JELTjfni and more. She knew,
T-Mt her youthful feeling for him
Mtkly and suddenly become some-fc-somethirtg
that way stronger
7 duration. She never Had felt.
1 ';Bteo the place she occupied In
lights-and feelings?, but tonight.
iceeii a strange light In his
pIKKn he looked at her. Perchance
LdWession had been there in he
t:jJBip-nKO and she had been too
VMlto translate It.
JJsSk jlursued her musical studies
iMjroad, and Arnold had asked
C We to his studio the next mbrn-
jJ.aKplay to him. She went,, at the
' P 'lioJf ami. after playing a
.Bctjon?, there widdenly entere-d
rTii gr,lfrtl young girl. y i
'PvyiJtr.ot," introduced Graves?.
'Bent my ward and pupil,. Miss
Mjs I want you' to 'hear her
explained to Edith. ' 1
Kurnlng to the girl, he asked
rAKftnto the adjoining room and
7a SfS certain at in'.
'ni'ritten casually of a distant
riiRftii hnd been left tohls guard -'"Bpi
fhV. had supposed lil ward
MKetc child. Beth returned with
iRJBfS 'So charmingly did she ren
? rh that Edith felt her heart
H lt to her, though with confllct-
fhlom. Riding home, she sank
flack in the carriage, with a
- pb .of pain in her heart.. She
H Ksnost wretched day. full of
y.i d doubts it eecmcd to her
Iflft R lacked no charm and'that.no
HK ild withstand such loveliness.
Illl ruling paosion was music and
"Jtlove the girl for her voice
mdered if Beth cared for him.
- M (aien nothing in the girl's man
ia ridlcatt that she had anything
& in. an ordinary affection of a
-cj 'hflr teacher, but then she was
i her Innocent heart had jirob-
iVeL awakened. Edith found
kmsumed with an Intcnre cu
J J'know more of Arnold's young
'Yielding to a sudden Impulse,
IE tn a note asking her to
llowing daf .with her.
ited eagerly and, flattered
reused the interest of an
accomplished woman, she
ve In the highest degree to
ng a popular novel, "Beth
ud that the woman did hot
you know about love,
onlj from looking on.A Ar
at when I sing love songs
on to tatters and that I
press the song of the heart
beeh In love."
a pupil never learns lo
he falla in love with her
. Graves has taught you lo
mdorstanda voice training,
r learn to sing love- wngs if
11 In love with him llr&t."
think him so impossible,
yes. Arnold doesn't think
ereon with an individuality.
u a voice. If I couldn't
evold of Interest In. his. eyes,
me as a scientist does his
d for a reply. Receiving
:pntlnued; "Did you ' ever
his musical compositions?"
H- are exquisite."
vo all been dainty, -simple
W but his last work Is far
t Is classical."
He has just finished it.
what we'll do. He is corn
tonight you know. When
ig this afternoon we'll stop
and get the score. 1 know
tiling vhn Arnold, came
im,that she had the mafiu-
t ih the mood to play It to
not lo play it," Interposed
ave heard it In all its dlffer-
composition, and I have It
J nereelf at the piano and
Playing. She was not an
W rctjdcrHif; or lusninmontal
she had reat power of c-X-'Q
iv wonderful fiiculty.of ln
the copiposer'o thoughts.
a power nnd strength in
-u3 h,Ll mellwl iRto a
im or C3Mfcon. nnd then
UL0. soft, reilfctlve minor
l n? h19. W ovokcd a Ph!in"
ot . ill he.UUmnn passions.
:t turbid dreams, an litfpas
Sbfc lhrl,ll"e tragedy, i
Ublloty 0 thougit a song of
peace, joy, sorrow all were "oxprepsed,
in Ihc tenderness of melody refined and
subdued. The theme whs noble, tlie
composition strong, tin- emotion, genu
ine and the Intensity dramatic..'
, Tlie grandeur of the work wa'p soft
ened and made human by an exquisite
ly beautiful strain that from a back
ground of sustained harmony ever oc
curred. When, the last note died away there
was a momentary silence, like that
which follows a benediction. Edith's
face'wns ablaze with passion.
"The mUso divine," she said in a low
tone. Arnold roso and crossed the room, his
face pale- with excitement-and a'glln-'
tlbl-,. "Tell me," he said to Edith, .and
there was something In his voice that
made her heart beat quickly, "what you
think of it." v i.
"It is hard to dissect such, music, as.
that," she replied softly. "There was
a color tone in every note. I felt lis if
I were In a vast garden of ilowors. over
come by' a. thousand scents.
Arnold looked at her curiously, "I -did
not know," 'he said, "that you, wore
poetic or imaginative, nor did I dream"
(turplng to Beth) "that your 'fingers
could be so expressive."
"I have sat in the dark many a time
listening to you afe you played It." she
said. 'T could have played It .from
Following Is a list of events scheduled
for the Country club during'lhc month of
, August: I
Wednesday, August 3-Table , d'hote
luncheon at 1 o'clock ' -
Saturflay. August C-Tca and tennis at.
. o'clock. Hostesses, Mrs. L.- C. MUlei.
Miss'. Salisbury. Miss Laura Shermnn.
Wednesday, August 10-Table d bote
luncheon at 1 o'clock.
Thucf'Jnv, August 11 Dancing at S.30
o'clock, liostcss. Mrs.-David KeK-,.
Satin lav. August 13-Tea and put ting
contest at 1 o'clock. Hostesses. Mrs. I. O.
rthoades. Miss Goodwin. Miss Rhoades
Wednesday. August li Table d hoto
luncheon at 1 o'clock.
.Saturday. August 20-Tca and approach
ing and "putting, contest at 1 o clock.
Hostess, Mrs. James X. Ferguson. Jablo
d'hote dinnpr with music at C:30 o clock.
AVednesday, August 21 Table d hoto
luncheon aU L o'clock.
: . Saturday. August 27-Tea and clock golf
tit A o'clock. Hostesses. 3lrs. D.S.Un
ray. Mrs. Hcber M." Vells, Mrs. L. E.
IlWerdneday. August 31-Tablo , d'hote '
ltmeheon at l o'cio.
Miss Helen nambergcr will entertain at
an Informal dancing party next Monday
evening at Lagoon.
'Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Keyes enter
tain at dinner ncjit Sunday evening in
hojior of Captain nnd Mrs. llnm. w;uo
lcivc on Wednesday next for a visit
with .friends in Indiana.
Judge and Mrs. Lo Grand Young. Mr:
and Mrs. Kenneth C. Kerr, Mrs. William
Held, Miss Young and Miss Jasmine
Young left yesterday morning for a ten
days' camping trip ontho Weber.
Miss Anna McComlck entertained at
.-in informal' card party, yesterday morn
Ono of the delightfully Informal lunch
eons of yesterday was that given at the
Post bv Col. and Mrs. Lockwood In honor
of Gn. and Mrs. Chajfee, Miss Chaffee
and Adna Chaffee, Jr.
'Mrs. S. S. Walker and daughter Mrs.
Emma Eccles, are spending soin$ time on
A' pleasant Informal luncheon of yester
day was given by Mrs. G. W. Putnam n
honor of .Miss Waskey of Kansas City
and Mrs.' K. E. Sampson of Nebraska.
The decorations were In green and white.
,and covers wcro lnld for. eight.
.Mrs. A. it.. Jvmiuau uo ini-
most enjoyahlo euchre party yesterday
afternoon, clvon In honor of Mrs. Frank
B. Stephens. Mrs. Clary of Omaha. Mrs.
E. Buckingham and Miss Dunster. Tho
very prcttv decorations consisted of sweet
peas and nasturtiums, the colors of red,
pink, lavender and white being carried out
In all tlu- apiiolntinents. Small I rerun
fans wen- used for tallies, the prize being
won by Mrs. M. B. Whitney. Mrs. Me
genth and Mrs. Charles .Brink. Some tbir
tv ladles wtre Invited to met the guests
o'f honor, and a delightful afternoon was
passed. Assisting Mrs. Kimball were th
Misses Helen and Darlene Buckingham.
Miss Waskey of Kansas City lx Visiting
her niece, Mrs. William H. Dale ot;,thls.
Dean and Mrs." Eddie and the, children
have gone to Kelly's ranch, near Sprmg
vlllv, to spend the remainder , of .the sum
mer. Miss Elizabeth Nlles, daughter of Dr.
and Mr.s. H. D. Nlles. leaves for Boston
aboiil September J, to outer Wullcsley
college. Frank Nlles also returns lo Bos
ton at the. same, time to conHituo his
studies at the Boston School of Technol-
Gov. Wells entertains at luncheon at
the Alia club today in honor of Gen,
Chaffee and .the membrrs of his party.
Miss Vera Lane entertained several of
her girl friends at cards yesterday after
noon. The decorations were all charac
teristic of college life, consisting of pen
nants, athletic lectures, tennis rackets
and nets, golf sticks, etc. Pictures of
athletic young men and women adorned
the scores and tallies, done In water col
ors bv the hostess. Miss Lane's guests,
who enjoyed tho game of tVJO, were MIsf,
Cllsta Mavne. Miss Ida Tlubbell. Miss Idn
Legg, Miss Kbi-a Rogers. Miss Nellie Lo
beck, Miss Elizabeth Welt'., Miss Flor
ence Sears, Miss, Charlotte Mltcheuer.
Miss Helen' rteodnll. Miss Fannie Brccden.
Miss Julia Cullen. Mle.s May Brunton.
Miss Eleanor White. Miss Eleanor Eng
ler. Miss Beth Crltchlow. Miss Lawrence,
Miss Graeo Lawrence. Miss Jennie Clay,
Miss Mildred Ott. M1a Edith Chapman,
Miss Nora Sheckell, Miss Olive. Burtch,
Mlfs Christy Johnson.
Ben Slcgel annS Clarence Bamberger
t;lve.a circus party next Wednesday even
ing tojr a number of the boya and girls
vho are. spending their vacations ui the
Mrs. M. F. Cunningham and children of
this city an now in Peora. lllf, vlsllinr;
relatives and friends.
Members of the Ministerial asosclatlon
give a farewell banquet at the Wilson one
evening next week in honor of Bev. John
' Wchalaen of Westminster Preijbyterlfin
church and Tlev. Mr. Bailey of tho Lib
erty raTk'Mettto'illSt, "both of whom leave.
' "!. . : : . r ' ,'
"'' " r,-. -.. ; si-'" '- '
.,-. .-i r.i'- " " ; " -N' ',:?! ":
mernorv without the potes. It is Ar-
'ndld hlrnaelf," she murmured in an
aside to Edith, "Arnold as he lets no
one ssfe him. He composed It In .broken
fragments; one day a . snatch ot gay
nfelodj. then a weird little cadenza or a
.dainty gavotte, according to his mood,
but always he played a most beautiful
little -.melody that seemed, to be ever
with him. The 'songf the heart,, ,i)Iclu
wiUir?' Then he blended all these com
positions so skillfully that a b&nutlful
'and complete harmony resulted.
"Beth," laughed Arnold, "you nie a
very precocious child."
The precocious child gave further e l
dence of hn- claim to the appellation by
asserting tliat the muslc had Us charms
when heard-at a distance In the lark
"it yon and iSdlth wl retire to the
little readinsr-rcom, I will play t again
and convince you I am nght she said.
. They acted upon her suggestion,. ana
Belh again "rendered the passionate
milsic, smiling softly to herself.
"I fancy this time," she mused that
Miss Wilmot will imagine herself In a
garden of love Instead of a gaiden of
flWhen she had finished the composi
tion her hands' wandered idly over the
keys In' fragments of melody.
. When they entered the muslcTroom
Beth looked up quickly, and then, with
a iulschievolis laugh, burst Into a grand,
'triumphant Veddirig march.
'There was a half whimsical, wholly
:lovlng expression in' Edith's eyes as
she- kissed the 'young girl. .
"You are a dear girl." she murmured.
' '-Arid a good guesser?" sue queried.
"Such a good guc-sser. Beth, tnat,you
sluill sing at our wedding." ' '
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... - t -
tJie'eUy.("nermhnentJy In a short time. -'
.: Mrs. George W. Wopd has gone to"-Logan
.to bp thQ guest of. friends roc a few
Mr. and Mrs. ,C. B. Stephens, Miss Ha
zel Stenhons and Maator Harold . leave
Friday "for Brighton, accompanied, by
Miss Eleanor Prout. who will ' be their
Mi-S. .3. E. Whitworth .and family are
.now at home at 773 East Second South
A very beautifully-appointed luncheon
of the week was that at which Mrs. Lind
say Rogers was tho hostess. The ten
guests for whom covers were laid were
Mrs. Hnl Brown, Mrs. W. H. King. Mrs.
A. H, Tarbet. Mrs. E..A. Wa.II. Mrs. S. II.
Pinkerlon. Mrs. M. B. Whitney, Mrs. P.
S. Kcogh; Mrs. J. II. MPClirystal, Mrs.
Hanson and Mrs.' Itich-
Mrs. Henry Slegcl of New York Is In
the ; cilv-' for a few weeks, a guest at
After a threo weeks' visit In Denver
and Kentucky. Mrs, William Prackwlnk-cl-and
Miss Eleanor White are again at
'homo to their friends in this city.
Rev. Father French of the University of
Notre Dame Is enjoying fi vacation In
Salt Lake. He is a guest of Bi3hop Scan
Ian at his home on East South Templo
A Quiet church wedding which was of
Interest to man)' friends in Salt Lake and
other cities of Utah was that of Miss
Emma Mae Sanderson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. AS". M. SandersPn of this city,
.and Alfred D. Tobln, solemnized yestor
day at noon at Phillips Congregational
church. Rev. Peter A. Simp-kin, pastor
of the church, performed the ceremony In
the presence of the Immediate family of
tlie bride. From the church the brldil
party was driven lo Ihe home of the
bride's brother, Lee Sanderson, where an
elegant wedding breakfast was served.
There were no attendants at the church,
tho bride being given away by her broth
er, Lee Sanderson. Tho brldo wore n
stylish golng-away gown of brown taf
feta, with trimmings of ecru lace and
Hungarian buttons, with a hat to corre
spond. Mr. and Mrs. Tobln left on the Rlu
Grande AS'estern afternoon train or a
'five weeks' trip, including a visit' to St,
Louis. Chicago and New Orleans. They
will be at home to their friends in this
! FIBROID TUA10RS CURED.
Mrs. Hayes' First, Letter Appeal
ing" to Mrs. Pinkbam for Help :
" Dear Mus. Pinkham : I have been
under Uopton doctors' treatment for a
long time without any relief. They
tell me I have a fibroid tumor. I can
nob sib down without great pain, and
tho soreness extends up my spine. I
have beariug-denvn pains botii back
and front. My abdomen is swollen,
andX have had llowing1 spells for thrco
years. My appetite; is nob good. I can- -i
not walk or bo on my feet for any
length of time.
" The symptoms of Fibroid Tiunor
Slvcn in your little book accurately
escribe my case, soT write lo you for
advice." (Signed) Mr.3. E. F. LlAYiiS,
,252 Dudley St, (Roxbury), Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Hayes' Second Letter :
"Deau Mks, Pixkiiam r Somctimo,
ago I wrote to you describing my symp
toms and asked your advice. You re
plied, and I folio wed all your direc
tions carefully, and to-day L am a well
Tho use of Lydia E. Pink ham's
Vegetable- Compound entirely ex
pelled the tumor and strengthened my
wholo avstcm. I cau wnjlc miles now.
"Lydia- !E. Pinlcham's Vege
table Compound is worth five dol
lars a drop. I advise all women who
are afflicted with tumors ox femalo
trouble of any kind to give It a faithful
trial." (Signed) Mna. E. F. Uayes,
252 Dudloj' St (Roxbury). Uoston, Mass.
95000 forfait If original of utrovo hUitt proulnn
enulncntu cannot b produced.
Miss Louise retry of Qgden Is a guest
at the homf of MrM. llydc Young on
AS'est First South street
Mr and Mrs. Gcorc Olson are mler
t lining Mrs. John llolmnberg. wife of
State Auditor of Colorado, and daughter,
Esther, also Miss Jennie Cf Holmberg,
principal of Curtis. 'school, Des Moines,
Fifteen. Thousand Miles by Wagon. L
M1DDLETON. N. Y.. Aug. 4. An old.'
dilapidated house on wheels has reached
this city from the Stale of AVashlngton.
The; house is occupied by Mr, , and. Mrs.
M'B". Lasiey-and flvf. children, a-son-inrlaw
and hla two children, two dogs :
and a cat The party has traveled about
gmw-va.w- iv. -''..!'.tvr7T.l.iriv .tJ.wvrwr'pfff
gSmd-blindcd sufTercrs Avho have noty
, K heard of I lie cillcacy of i
M should know that this rclinblo Salve la ;
Kin constant demand wherever tho com' t
Uplaint is prevalent. ' J'l
5M hno v ;i . j
ITHLITY ' - i I
: Aro necessai-y to any man,
f whose employment calls for ex- r
" tra. exertion of physical, force.
I Every man who is obliged to bp j.
.p on bis feet a great, deal during
t hot weather should wear a Sub- ;
pensory Bandage and save his ;
strength. Wb have a great
variety of tlie best Suspen- j
; sories, in. silk and lisle, selling
from 25 cents to S2.50.
Where the Cars
V1'! EJ'erythlng In JaTT-
clr' from tho cheap-!
iriVncp r-st that's. .good, to tho
'l-,; I'ent that's mad ft.
rJw .ST M-CONAHAY.
The Newest Whims
; of Shoe Fashion
Aro to be found in our
Our window is full of nil the
238 and 240 Main St. 'Phone 695
In tea, Schilling's Best is by
no means the costliest tea; it's
a matter of taste. Of the fine
kind's; the one' you' like' best is
your tea; ( . .j
- Your grocer's ; "'moneyback
Utah State Band After?
noon and Evening.
AUG. 6 Utah Federation of Labor.1 1
Large jirpgramme of amusements and
sporty. ' '
HORSE RACES Three ' Big Events;
TUG OF AYAR.
. BOAT RACING.
PRIZE AVALTZ- ,
Cash' prizes for all events. .
ADMISSION, - - - - - .10c
GOOD IN TRADE!
I People Hre
I These Days, and
I , ,Evening3.
i You know, the resort is close fi
( up to the mountains, and. this t
f makes it as cool and delightful
as one could ask for, :
I J. BERGERMAN, Lessee.
for all llnca of work can bo purchased
hero at "short-circuit prices."
AVe carry, a full jstock of all things need
ed for wiring, bells, telephones, switches,
and light and heating apparatus. .-
The goods, which are from' tho best
manufacturers, aro of modern design, ex
cellent material and perfect construction.
I. M. fllQLEY & CO.,
Zlcctrlo Wiring and Fixtures.
109 East First South, Telephone f.lX
New and elogaal in all Its appointments.
250 roomu. single or en suite. Dl rooma with
hath. G S Holmes. Proprietor.
k Hni ''Snmim Day. "
' Saturday, AMg, 6, ' ; !
Join usi All have a chance in (Irawiug for bauv. t
a rcl of XuL Sundae. ' 1
Take observation train for bicycle race, ISO. ' ,
j REFER TO OUR. j
Nurses' Direct or y j
1: Whenever you require the services of a trained nurse. We compiled i
it for your benefit, nnd there is no charge for referring to itt. AVe Sj
I wnnt you to use it. It gives tho completo address and telephouo
S numberof every trnined nurse in Salt Lako City. Please remember a
ra this whenever you need a nurse. It may save you considerable worry $
to know where you can find one in a hurry. .
liU, Dayton ruJ
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j ONE PRICE TQ ALL NEVERINDERSOLD j r
j FOLLOW IFt- QUICK - SUCCESSION ;: j l
I No dull days-no between seasons at Auer' 11
bach's. It's values like these that kefep the in
I terest in this store keyed to the highest pitch. : i
SPECIALS: M .'SATURDAY ALL DAY: I
10 FOR SATURDAY ALL SATURDAY ALL DAY, SATURDAY . SPECIAL,
inour -LE OP T0ILET Our. Shoe Dep't : H
' . r lirk's Dusky . , Hl
W0H18SUC Ue.p I Diamond Toilet -OOVS fi ' Illl
ERT CLOTlt ' In the ISiu?- YDn.r I : Good Shoes. !i !
house in all the prevail- iV1FK f, i0yal HH
M Inp shades of browns, . TOllet .SOHD BOA'S GOOP SHOES.
fi navy Dluo, elcctrip ' blue v ' v,'r - -8fe(fs 13''- to 2 P0SI- A MM
and red. value 15c.' at, 'a &KAL AND .HOEv" T1VEljY ?L50 VALUES. M
1 JarJ regular 10c sellers, 'for i aU day Saturdays price J
J day only y.ou buy 3 bars j HH
U , Th for Uie price of .one, or Jp fi & F" :1
;,4"y " ;: 3 Barsior IOC ; f LIS "" j ; H
SPECIALS . SATURDAY MGHT-7 JO ' SI
vnl0'ViGT The Biggest of Geats' furnish-1 Bl
lj place on aale In our Lin- cr i b lH
on Department , 'All t30SIry Iflg t J H
50 Dozsn Bargains ' special i lj H
' a M m N UUl &Ulli:i SATURDAY NIGHT 1
1 OuU Q0W2SS GOES ON SALE SAT- TilE GREATEST SOCK J H
f URDAY. ' SALE OF THE SEA- 1H
i Some arc a llttlo soiled m unnrvz rr-yrc- pVr 1 11
U or mussed, otc In per;- 7 TO. 9 O'CLOCK . haLf HO , IB
feet condltlun. Including - lfy of fancy nattS M ' !
A hemmed hncn buck tow- Children's fast black sires to 11L 1 nnlT lj IH
S elS. bleached Turkish FLORENZA SIL1C nre all Sc and Kio vni!! 9
j bath towels, f ringed, and Stockings, all slKcscquhT for two Jiours oniv w 1 IH
?, hemmed. unbleached Tn wear ind appcaranco wn scii for i0 4t" Hlli
2 Turkish towels, all sizes, to the befit silk stocking. H-VLF PRfCF tt?t i HH
M all kin ils, values up to a fine, nobby o0c prado. op rpAlR ' j Bl
j ZOe each, limit C to a cus- sale foiJ 2 hours at.' a Ej IflB
tomer. at, each pair ' (T j
SEE AY1NDOAY. H HliH
FOR YOUR ' ' ' li
BAD DEBTS 'ff" 1 II
No matter how larce they arc or In lilH
: what town. city. State, or Territory. . i HtiH
If we did not know we could collect v&$f& X 3 lilH
your bills, we certainly would not bo ffv8& y V 3 fiffil
paying out money to advertise. X i naM
AVe advertise bocauso we want your twA l&Sv ' nill
claims for collection. Our ability to make -tw'5'isa ' 5T s flUH
i collections where all others havo failed, JfyfvwMTY jf illlH
1 has ehablcd us to build up the largest col- l'i)-yT ItffH
: lection buslnois. in the world. - &fi&UfJfysW A)0 II
This ad, is sure to bring many claims to rfiWrfy fA ' llwH
i our offices for collection, and wo arc Just Zviifijfgfif -4- ' TllH
as sure to collect those claims and make f 'Wff y jfwl
monoy In commissions thereon. tlil
5 WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED jjjjjl
LAST WEEIC LAST WEEK LAST WEEK
$83C.OO . -$180.08 . $115.00 j 1
' m, , , For Hewitt, tho Dent- j ill
For George G. Hen- For The Kentucky ist It WQS 13 yenr3 ) fjM
; dricks of Logan. Liquor Company. old. j fifl
Does any body owo youP Do you -wont tho monoy? If so, writo l.fl
or call on us. ; nil
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SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS.
REPORTERS of HOW people' pay their bills. 81 fl
Established 11 1-2 years. Representatives everywhere. Offices top : 31 H
floor Commercial block, Salt Lake City. W M
FRANCIS G. LTJKE, Gen'l Mgr. S H
"SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US." l
Closing Out Broken Lots of Negligee , i
Shirts, values up to $L25, A C
I Your Choice . iOO i
Men's Suits,, values up to $J5, for $7,50 I
I 353 ROWE & KELLY CO. -St&S 1
132 MA1IS STREET
UPPER FAILS. RESORT'
Most beautifully situated resort In tho
State. Fine trout fishing. Plenty of
uhado, cold spring water, dancing pavilion,
new dlulng-rodm, no mosquitoes, no sa
loon. The Ideal family outing plnce. Tele
phone or ;wrlto L. L- DONNAN. ' .
and you will Und that you can buy tho ift
best goods for tho least money In rellablo fl
watcnes. jow'clry, diamonds, decks and f lj
optical goods, and cheaper than you can I IS
buy them In any other nhico In the city m
' ' .SRh. Sie-KLE, J , ,
S THE JEWELER. I jj
"G East, Sepond South streat, botwoea , HI
Commercial, and State streets. ( Ijlfj
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