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Mhobsday hording, august h, 1904. THE SALT LAKE T3HB"U1OT. page five' H
jfj-W interest to RJomeit,
MEBADGE OF SERVICE.
j$B BY FRANK S. SWEET.
i ght, 1004, by Frank H. Sweet.)
ftllyn stepped from the eleva
bit of lace in her hand. She
through the rotunda, looking to
nd light among the massive pll
drooping palms. There were
irons in sight. Most of the guests
sTer on the beach, for It was the
;;hour. May went nearly across
unda before she found the ob
her search.a woman In a retired
reading a novel
f you are, mamma," she ex
Trebukingly. "and rdadlng that
is I might have expected. Don't
ow the characters in It would
iactly where you leave them If
iiuld' close the book for a few
and tills glorious weather out
something of tLe present. But
holding up the lace for In
i' "do yo.u think this wil do?"
tj?ou know, mamma! I m to be
UfYhe Maid, In the play we're get
and am to have the white
ZWkt servitude on my head and
-;'Brtvhlte apron and carry n broom
.mthlng. I've told it all over be
"iKy your head's in that book. Do
Blder woman obeyed with a sigh,
k the bit of llcecy lace between
it won't do at all, May. " she
to, itantly, a ripple of amusement
g the dreamy quiet of her face.
'' ildn't be appropriate."
Xn ivhy?" with an air of disappolnt-
Mt is so pretty."
.anS costly. Child, child, don't
-U, ow that bit of lace Is worth as
e Betty, the Maid, could earn In
l.e ire. Tou must have something
ib be in character."
s n't believe I have anything."
I' suppose noi. You will havo
' at one ,of the stores. You will
- ? ' Mrs. Allyn's gaze went ln
fji ly. about the rotunda until it
: 5ue of the hotel maids dusting
L? ; " She waited until she caught
' 's eye, then raised a finger.
"" e your pardon, my dear," she
7 ithc girl approached, "but my
Khtre Is to be in the church
M'ani will have to wear a cos
omethlng like yours. Would
od my looking nt your pretty
p. a moment?"
fl'rl removed it with a pleased
ft is exactly what you want,
1$ went on Mrs. Allyn, holding it
Ically. "You "
A ay had snatched the little cap
'e Upraised fingers and placed It
it er own flulTy brown hair.
?!-.let me have your apron a
iCii Please," ahe cried merrily,
ufe cfyou," as the girl complied, and
sn: Hi fingcra. "And now the dust
i iah. There, mamma, how will
?"!' with a nourish of the brush
fl'rl laughed and even Mra Al-
lied indulgently as May danced
'O ;6ward the middle of the ro-
flirting the brush lndiscrlml-
jfyer Jardinieres and palm leaves
Jj passed. Soon pillars and palms
ied and concealed her from their
...t 31'Ortegan and a young Amerl
ilpW were just entering the ro-
iiMWinc-y naa Known eacn oiner in
iKnd met again on the steamer
yjEJpver. and now they had come
l f Harbor together, not because
id much in common, but they
cquainted and all the people
: t Iwere strangers.
did not notice them until they
JL beside her with exclamations
jj njshment and pleasure.
wnoiselle Allyn, ee9 it possar
1 iried the Count rapturously,
n Jin Paris that you vanish this
II Qont', and we nevalre know to
,11 Some say to Ital'ee, and some
,4 U fly back to heaven where they
n-ri langels. But eet Is heaven that
I ke anywhere. Now I know why
J ie here seem so beautiful; eet
. j laughed and gave him her hand,
fv? you Count," she said. "I am
laee youalso. You are sure to
oi Ihere even without the angel.
K? ill,- too, Mr, Bethune," offering
i'tf1 id to the sculptor. "Can you
.We a pretty speech like the
' 41. l afraid not," smiling down at
UiHDnly that I am very, very glad
JR'you here, Miss Allyn. Your
im- will add much to to our pleas-
ifPjB' really, that does very nicely."
'IWfcvIrled the brush with a pretty,
-,C1oub movement (hat caused the
ws reatner9 t0 Hick across one
ujMpalm fronds near. The motion
Mthe Count's attention and, with
..Bng consternation, his eyes went
ABr'-to her white apron and to the
EoKE AND HOT
! iBpaly broucht on by a disordered
iK drinking ico water A Icad
"t jplann of New York saya: "'If
jKwould rjnks lco wter In warm
yS Pure Malt Whiskey
SuunM" thohia" l" fCW dCnthrf
MUvet5nA01",?!cl,'CabtW('18 aJ kld-
malaria and low fe-
Iv nuro curc8.,n 11rti' yea.
llfiBtm kfn11 contains no fusel oil.
Ke mL?"1) F01-010. or direct. l
badge of servitude upon her head, and
his sloping shouldere stiffened sud
denly into protesting reserve. N
"Pnrdonncz," he rebuked "but eet is
so hurry I am now. I will see. Mon
sieur Bethune will tell you we have not
register yet. I will do eet now."
May watched him hurry away with
an odd look of Inquiry In her eyes.
"What's the matter with the Count?"
she asked, innocently. "Has he forgot
Bethune laughed Joyously. A mo
ment before there had been both, re
serve and repression In his eyefc; now
they were suddenly eager, glowing, de
termined. "The Count's an odd sort of stick,"
he answered, "and his visit here Is con
fessedly In search of a rich American
He raised his hand significantly
toward her head; but for a moment she
looked puzzled, then a quick, compre
hending flush rose to her face.
"Oh, that!" she said thoughtfully.
Bethune laughed again. He could not
"Can't you see, Miss Allyn?" he de
manded. "I fancied It was sticking out
all over ine. Over yonder I was a poor
devil of an artist and you a rich heir
ess, and now oh, May'"
There was the soft rustle of silk mov
ing across the carpet. May raised her
"Mamma is coming," she warned. r
"I don't care," Impetuously. "I've got
to speak now. I can't wait another
day. Where can I see you alone?"
She' hesitated, then appeared to con
sider. "The maids and nurses usually walk
on the beach at about 3 o'clock," she
said demurely, "r expect I shall be
At 4 o'clpck two wheel chairs swept
leisurely down the bicycle avenue and
on past the breakers toward the beach, i
It was the hour for Mrs. Allyn's daily
outing and she preferred to take it In
a wheel chair and leisurely. The occu- i
pant of the other chair was Count l'Or
tegan, and from the satisfaction on his
face he had evidently discovered tho
mistake. As they turned toward the
beach they saw two figures approach
ing them only a few yards away.
"There's May now," exclaimed Mrs.
Allyn. "Suppose we wait a few min
utes and speak with her."
The Count's face grew eager, and
words of an elaborate apology began
to form in his mind; but as the figures
drew near and he saw the expression
on their faces as they looked at each
other the apology died away and a
Parisian oath, muttered under his
breath, took Its place. He merely
bowed politely and then waited for Mrs.
Ally n to give the signal to go on.
BcnSleeel and Clarence Bamberger
wore hosts last evening at one of the
Jollleat parties of the season, enjoyed by
nearly ilfty of the younger members of
society. It was a circus party, the young
people going to the grounds In a big
omnibus. After enjoying all the de
lights of the big circus, the guests were
driven to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Bamberger, where refreshments were
served. Included In the party wero Miss
Alice Goodwin. Miss T31ol.se Sadler. Miss
L,oule Grace Emery. Miss Elizabeth
Nlles, Miss Bess McMillan, Miss
Mildred McMillan. Miss Mary Smed
lcy, Miss Helen Bamberger, Miss
Georgia Vadner, Miss Gerlrudo Hanson,
Miss Helen Gillespie, Miss Allecn Mac
lean. Miss Bcatrlco Chccsman, Miss
Edytho Hale, Miss Bonnie Carter, Miss
Estollo Clinton, Miss Bob Ellerbeck, Miss
Winnie Rhoades. Miss Ethel Felt, Miss
Vera Lynn, Mls3 Ethel Dooly, Miss Stella
Mclnt'yre; Messrs. Roger Sherman. Frank
Lawrence, Robert Lawrence, Frank Kllcs,
Gill McCook. Hugh Satlerlee, Wallaco
Bransford. Blaine Salisbury, Paul Wil
liams. Sam Williams. Erie Davclcr.
Crelghton Brown, Ross Brown. Mark
McChrvstal, Alex Thomas. Athol Raw
lins. Hooper Dunbar, Harold Fabian. Paul
Nelden. Albert McCornlck, James Sad
ler. Tho young people were chaperoned
bv Mra. J. E. Bamberger and Mrs. Sol
Mrs. David Keith entertained tho mem
bers of the Bridge Whist club yesterday
morning at tho Country club, followed by
a luncheon. Covers were laid for twelve
at one long table, prettily decorated with
Esters. Mrs Keith's guests were Mrs.
Victor M. Clement, Mrs. Megeath, Mrs.
Benner X. Smith, Mrs. Windsor V. Rice,
Mrs. George Phelps Holman, Mrs. Hub
bard W. Reed, Mrs. M. S. Woodward.
Mra. Ellsworth Daggett. Mrs. Robert
Harkness, Mrs. W. S. McCornlck, Mrs.
Edwin F. Holmes.
Tho Misses Margaret and Ethel Dooly
have returned from Washington, where
they havo Just graduated from the con
vent at Georgetown and tho Convent of
the Visitation, respectively.
Judge and Mrs. Morris L. Ritchie re
ceived Informally lost evening In honor
or Dr. and Jlrs. J. '. K. iting, oiu-ume
resldonts of Salt Luke who leave this
evening for Portland, Or., to mako their
home. Many of the friends of Dr. and
Mrs. King called during tho evening,
which was a verj pleasant ono In every
way. Assisting Judge and Mrs. Ritchie
In entertaining thlr guests wore Mrs.
William C Jennings, Mrs. William Igle
heart, Mrs. Ledyard M. Bailey, Mrs.
Charles E. Richards, Mrs. George M.
Bacon, Miss Clara Cabell and Miss Flor
ence Robinson. Quantities of sweet peas
were used In the decoration of the par
lor, where the guests were received, and
nasturtiums in the dining-room. The
dlnlng-tablo was especially uffcctlvc with
an Immense bowl of nasturtiums for a
centerpiece, and yellow shaded candles
at cither corner of tho table. Punch was
served on tho lawn, where rugs, chairs
and couches were placed, with Japanese
lanterns lighting the grounds.
Miss Grace Swonson entertains Boveral
of her friends at a slumber party this
Mrs. Bamberger was hostess at an In
formal luncheon at the Country club yes
terday. Covers were laid for eight.
Ernest Sadler and Robert Wilson ore
two Salt Lake boys enjoying a camping
trip on the Strawberry.
,Harry Madsen, president of the Stroll
ers' club, was guest of honor at n circus
party given last evening by tho members
of tho club. The big "Utah" carrlcd tho
party to the circus grounds and, after
taking In all the sights of the big show,
the young men weiu driven to tho Wil
son, whero an elaborate supper was
awaiting them. In adltlon to the guest
of honor there were Included In the party
tho Messrs. Georgo Ryscr, C W. Price,
A. B. Sconberg, A. Chamberlain, O. R.
Meredith, Alf BohJIng, Donls Ravbould,
W. S. Koytlng. E. L. Porkcs, Louis Hnn
een, Fred Bohllng. L, R. Cracroft, S.
Taylor. H, Smith. S. C. Hall. Jack Brown
ing, Ward Maupsen, Rex Wilson, Henry
Kendall, Jacob Mann, L. E. Penrose, D.
M. Olson, Frank Hansen. Georce Chan
dler, Ole Erlckson. Thomas Mattress, J.
R. Wblttemore, W. Rogers, Thomas
Janney, H. Brcwerton, H, P. Cummock,
J, A. Barlow. A. T. Clayton, Stanley
Simmons, Verno Ostler, Dean Rossltcr,
Frank Fulmer, De Lawrence Wilson.
Mrs. M. D. White and family nro now
at homo to their frlonds at CM South West
Lylc Smith, son of President Joseph F.
Smith. Is one of the Salt Lake boys who
will enter Harvard this fall.
Miss Elizabeth Mclntyro. who 13' now
enjoying an outing on the Mclntyre ranch
in Alborta, Canada, will return early In
September. Shortly thereafter Mtis Mc
lntyro will leave for nn extended visit
with Eastern friends.
Mrs. David Keith will be hostess ut the
Country club dunco this ovenlng, the sec
ond In tho series of Informal dances given
, by the club this year. No Invitations have
been Issued, but the members are permit
ted to ask the usual number of guests,
and doubtless n largo number of society
people will attend.
Harry Blntz leaves early In September
to enter his freshman year at Cornell.
Mrs. Harry Irwin was called to Denver
on Tuesday evening by tho serious Ulncs3
of her brother. Hansel Ncwhouse.
Dr. A. E. Rykert has been enjoying a
hunting trip in Idaho.
Mrs. Wllber W, Anness of Palmyra,
Neb., formerly Miss Grace Helkcs of this
c'.lj, and MIbs Ethel M. Lane of Salt Lake
arc guests at the Llndell hotel, Lincoln,
Neb., during the Epworth League assem
bly at that place.
Miss Edytho Hale entertained a few
friends Informally Tuesday evening In
honor of her guest. Miss Bonnie Carter,
Miss Ethel Harris of St. Louis has re
turned from Brighton and Is a guest of
Miss Lottie Dlnwoodcy for a few days at
her home on South West Temple street.
The new home of Mr. nnd Mrs J. W.
McKinney at 1030 Ninth East Is now com
pleted and they will shortly bo at home
to their friends there.
Clarenco Bamberger leaves today for a
ten days' visit In Los Angeles.
Mrs. Fred Halo entertained at a small
and Informal luncheon yesterday at tho
Country club. .
Harold Lamb Is cnjoyjng on outing at
Island Park. Ida. He will be away two
weeks, and up"on his return will leave In
a few days to resume his studies In tho
Mrs. E. G. Hanson, a well-known resi
dent of Eureka. Is enjoying a few days'
visit with Salt Lake friends.
Paul and Sam Williams are among tho
Salt Lake boys who will attend Exeter
academy during tho coming year.
Miss Agnes McLouth of San Joso, who
Is visiting Lieut, and Mrs. Easton nt the
post, entertained very Informally Tues
day evening at the home of Lieut and
Harry Madsen yesterday Issued Invita
tions for a dancing party to be given at
his homo on the evening of August 18 In
honor of the members of the Strollers"
Miss Anna McCornlck was hostess at an
informal luncheon yesterday at tho Coun
Mr. Coleman of Denver Is enjoying a
visit In Salt Luke, a guest of tho Fifth
Bon Slegel and his guest. Gill McCook,
go to Park City today to spend the re
mainder of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Heber S. Cutler and Miss
Lydla Wcller leave tomorrow to visit the
Chaplain Walter Mdrvlnc and family,
formerly stationed at Fort Douglas, an
pleasantly located at Fort Adams, near
Newport, R. I. A letter to a friend In
this city conveys tho news tluit all tho
members of the family arc well and
happy In their new home.
Albert McCornlck will give a dancing
party for his young friends in the near
Mtb. George W, Vnllery, wife of tho
general manager of the Colorado Midland
arrives In the city today to vlBlt her
father, W. L. Pickard.
Paul Williams. Snm Williams, Harold
Best for the
I wish those who ww.fcxJJ' I I
value a good head of 'VvpsVi j I
.hair to shampoo b$jul(l '
their heads with my
Witch Hazel soap. It will positively cure
the worst cases of dandruff, and all scalp
diseases. It glvos new life and vigor to
the scalp and han a tendency to produce
a glossy and beautiful growth of hair. For
the complexion It Is the best soap made.
It makes the skin soft as velvet. For
baby It has no equal. Cures eruptions,
allays Itching and makes baby Hwect as
To those who havo sallow or dull com
plexion or who havo pimples, eczema or
nny skin eruption, I can recommend my
Paw-Paw laxative Pills. They positively
euro constipation, biliousness and all
liver ailments. If you have dynncp8la or
aro weak and nervous use my Paw-Paw
, Df PRICE'S
helps hotisekeepef s mm e than
a fry 0the article in the
household Its me pmtecis
the health of the children
Fabian, Blnlne Salisbury and Mr. Sharp
leave today on a hunting trip in Idaho.
m ft ft
The Misses Frances and Chrlstlno Ram
sey, formerly of this city, are visiting
friends here for a few days.
This evening at the Wilson members of
the Ministerial association give a fare
well banquet In honor of Rev. Mr. Rlchel
sen and Rev. Mr. Bailey.
Wallace Bredemcyer leaves early in
September to enter Exeter academy.
Miss Helen Gillespie Is home from a
ry delightful visit at Brighton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Wllmot of Green
ville, Mls3., are at The Halls as guests of
C. K. Rowland. Mr. Wllmot Is a very
prominent and successful cotton planter
of Mississippi, nnd has recently been suc
cessful In oil operations In Indian Terri
tory. Mr. Wllmot Is an Intimate friend of
Gov Vnrdjmann and John Sharp Wil
liams of Mississippi. They have Just re
turned from an extensive trip of the West,
including the Yellowstone park. While in
Montuna they were the guests of Gov.
Toole of that State, who Is a cousin of
Mrs. Wil mot.
"Will Inspect Buckhorn Flat.
State Engineer A. F. Dorcmus went to
Spanish Fork yesterday on Irrigation busi
ness. Mr. Dorcmus will go on Friday to
examine the upper Buckhorn Flats reser
voir slto In Emery county, to make the
report called for by tho State Board of
Land Commissioners on the feasibility
ot the proposed Irrigation project there.
Tho State Ennlneer some years ago ex
amined what Is known ns the lower
Buekhom Flats reservoir site, and was
compelled to report adversely upon It
on account of tho great expense of utiliz
ing the water supply. It Is believed, how
over, that the site now proposed Is a more
advantageous ono, nnd It Is possible that
tho project may bo found feasible.
r7 5 I Positively cured by
fftTDQ these Little Pills.
Vgn l 8 L They also relievo Dls-
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Bogs! Bugs? 1
fe If your beds aro full of bugs, firi
or If your kitchen and pantry 2
mm are overrun with roaches, ants fiB
SJ. and water bugs, como in and Jk
W get a bottlo of our $b9
& Bug Exterminator
It Is harmless to human and W
(gk animal life, but it docs got rid dEti
jm of all kinds of biiKS. It cloars W
IB them out In a hurry. If you use
It and do not like It, wo wijfl re- )
wtt turn your money. Price, 3c. (x3
S Drueiil & Franken, g
5j DRUGGISTS, W
a? Southeast corner Main and ,5
$J? Third. South street, Salt C$
Mtt Lake City. 1
'Phones, Boll, 100, 1S25; Inde- (g
pendent, 100. $L
Your Grocer Is a good
follow, and soils all kinds
O of Hour to all kinds of
people. A discriminating
public, however, nslsts on
S3 0 HusSer's
(jP Jr nn(J no average grocor Is
lSiMftmfr beginning to discover that
It Is cheaper, safer and
q more satisfactory all
around to sell only Utah's
guaranteed brand, with
' Manufacturer "of I
ro Tit i and dealor In Jowol- d
M ' ' ry, diamonds and j
yj other precious stones. Wo pay
H particular attention to first-class
V watoh repairing. Are well pre-
13 pured to do all work In that line.
jf ns wo carry a full assortment of I
I 259 SO. MAIN ST. S
SHOT HUSBAND DEAD.
Woman Sends Bullet Through Brain
of Man From Whom She Parted.
GOLDEN, Colo.. Aug. 10. Mrs. Ida
Stebblns of Pueblo shot and killed her
husband, Al Stebblns.
They hnd been separated for two
years, and the husband sought an in
terview with the woman at the ranch
near this ,clty, where she was working.
Upon being refused admittance to her
room, he threatened to break down the
door The woman thereupon fired
through the door, the bullet lodging in
A young daughter of the couple hand
ed her mother the gun with which she
did the shooting. The woman was arrested.
The grocer would be too
comfortable if all his goods
jvere like Schilling's -Best and
backed by the maker as they
i Tinshop I
ilt's barely possible that somo few $
persons arc not aware that we havo E
a tinshop. The most complete and i
g modern tinshop In tho Stato Wo jjj
b do all kinds of galvanized and sheet I
d motal work and all work Is prompt
g and guaranteed. Wo also havo tho ;
I Giblin Furnace I
Which we'll bo glad to show you, i
t and you'll appreciate having seen.
j "The Popular Hardware Store." a
27-29 W. Third South Street. l
I 'Phone 1637-K.
three points that make our
S3.50 SHOES popular made
in all leathers on up-to-t
238 and 240 Main St. 'Phone 605.
DO YOU NISED GLASSES?
An honest examination will cost
Jno. Daynes & Sons
36 MAUsT ST.
ll'll HWi Nil lllil'l ill ill III li UftiKaramra
I Co-ffsn I
Spells Coffin. 3
1 Curo the one and avoid tbo other 3
I by uslnc Hall's Cough Romedy. For 8
9 sale by your druggist. S
H At Wholesale by Nolden-Judson S
Hj Ba o-j Salt Lake, Utah. 3
ONE. PRICE TO ALL NEVE R UNDERSOLD I I
Ladies' Tailored Suits j I
j , LAST CALL. 1 I
e So quickly and generously have tho women responded to our suit IJ
special last week, that we have not a great number left, but the remain- H
lng ones are just as desirable as those disposed of, and for this week H IH
the balance of TAILORED SUITS, values up to $27.50 go at, each N WM
$300 Collected Yesterday j I
BFor the Parker Lumber Co. of Salt ;
Lake City. Thoy sold this claim
because it was N. G. We collected
It in three weeks. Ask F. L. Par- I
ker. If you want cash for your I
bad debts we can get it,
No matter how large they are or
In what town, city, Stato or Terrt-
If we did not know we could col- ff
lect your bills, we certainly would p
not be paying out money to adver- E
We advertise because we "wont
your claims for collection. Our abll- j
ity to make collections where all
others have failed has enabled us
to build up the largest collection j 11
business in the world.
This ad Is sure to bring many Wmmm
claims to our offices for collection, 11
and we are Just as sure to collect il
these claims and make money in j 11
u s commissions thereon. j mm
Does anybody owe you? Do you want tho money? If so. writo or call
I Merchants' Protective Association I
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts. Reporters of how people pay their bills.
a Established 11 years. Representatives everywhere. E
fl General Offices I17-11S-119-124 and 125 Commercial National Bank
i Building, Salt Lake City Francis G. Luke. General Manager. I
flBaMgagg0Mi'ii 'Mini iiiiiujuliiiiijilill 1
To Make Room for Our Fall Stock We Will Place El
on Sale All Summer Goods for Less than II
Manufacturer's Cost. II
TAILOR-MADE SUITS Fancy Gowns and Wraps II
$20.00 for $ 8.00 $50.00 for $25.00 II
25.00 for 10.00 75.00 for 37.50 fl
30.00 for 12.50 100.00 for 50.00 II
35.00 for 15.00 150.00 for 75.00
50.00 for 20.00 j 200.00 for 100.00 il
Walking and Dress Skirts, 2 Off, i II
Waists, Neckwear and Belts, lA Off, l
Unlined SsIR and Pongee Coats, & Off
SALT LAKE I
Photo Supply Co !
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
Kodaks, Supplies, Finishing
3rd So. and Alain St.
Send Back for 1 (I
I What You Want I
I We wi&h to remind our custom- 111
1 crs who are taking vacation trips I
att this season that we are &tlll 9
I within their reach in case any- I tfll
I thing In the nature of drug store B dll
goods is desired. Anything you ft
1 order by mail will be immediately Q Pl
t'onvarded. M plH
j Dayion Drug Co. I fl
Tel. 552. Cor. 2nd So. and State.
a "Refer to our Nurses' Directory." J