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Maiay MORyiyg Araryriz, ioik. , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUTE. page five
0! Interest to gpoinew
Tgreat god pan,
kW' . BY KEITH GORDON.
I 1m civcd at Cnntlco at one
it tv.o. Norton's silent. efficient
nan was formally introducing
Hie Hutch his for a month
t, oi lentil-looking building
In the tampered shade of the
d l.irchcs and containing all
iches of home comfort usually
to feminine hands, but found
odcrn bachelor quarters,
-thirty his tweed suit changed
more formal costume, he
from the low. broad doorway.
y a pagan deshe to get still
nature, out into the dim,
places of the woods, where he
at d-ilclously upon a sea of
;ho& calm was unbroken pave
pple of a blrdnote or the snap
but This Is great!" burst from
jxuriously as he drew In long
.the suave air with Its warm,
fent of sveet, growing ithlngs.
life. This is what a man was
i'ceetcu speaking ne iiiiuu nu
the soft breeze that caressed
; like a spirit hand and thought
Ing things of civilization. What
Ldld this boosted condition
What but crowded cities with
icre turf ought to be, the roar
, the shrieks of whistles, wblz
iiutas clattering of hoofs and
I, grind, grind of office life. As
ht of it now, looking as he was
Into nature's smiling, Inscrut
It ail seemed supremely ri
Fnuns and satyrs, hamad
d naiads had been wiser,
end of an hour's walk he
at the path ended abruptly at
knoll. For a few moment!!
gazed with an appreciation
-for words. Then with a sigh
itment he sank down upon the
Sfass "lid stretched himself out,
-Ka resting in the hollow of hl.i
Bfrnnds. his eyes narrowed to
I gate-keepers who would say
autlcs about them, "One at n
isentlj the slits became nar
,V he murmured, "is just
into young summerhood."
s Hps twitched slightly and he
lpple tree looks like some
late Quaker lady,"
tched his eyes open wide a
off some Irresistible Inlluence.
Lrtrd, nm I a poet after all?"
ded comically of the shadowy
always attends us, but nover
ly as in solitudes. And then
and lay staring up into the
rch of blue above him.
rtthc slits griv narrower, almost
ptlblc. A line from a poem
tlii youth trailed across his
Great Pan Is dead."
&; lie," he murmured drowsily,
pan is not dead Great Pan"
nurmur ended in a knowing
be smile of one who has learned
retain ty what fools 'most mortals
(that in turn faded Into gravity,
I, regular sleeping beauty of a
ids x breathless, charmed air,
jjjwcre under a spell. I believe
re' faries or godllngs to be dis-
Bfa Natlca. Duke written to a
TSeoon after coming to Cantlco
MfEummer There were few
"iRln the region a half dozen
jjMwenty miles, and her first im
the countrv was on,v deep
sJher long, solitary strolls. She
Jjmnystlcal feeling that there was
3lMng to be discovered some
nfthat she was forever on the
9ms', gnome or fairy, she fan
ght rise In her path at any
(."without causing her any sur
mMn'd so It wuh without dismay
stopped short at the edge of
ii)ou oiy day upon finding her
JmiVOt alread occupied,
fy.e fraction of a second she
f Jllevod Then she wholly dis-
No godling would appear In
:.Krds. Sandals werov the utmost
1k& concede' Still, os a mortal',
dttplng youth before her was
gpnslderatlon. A glance told her
ftshe cautiously drew a step
50 nat tnc spreading branch
frshnded his face, his soft linen
rfcetl on the grass beside him,
wealing the thick, dark hair that
iWr lf 11 mlKnt nave curled had
iKpiyner stonily refused to hear
dKa thing. Ills features reminded
jBftneely of certain marbles she
Mfo they wpre so massive, yet so.
-Jm'j.and 7ath girlish attention to
fW& bestowed an approving glance
tiMjhlte negligee shirt, the sleeves
w to the elbow, and the duck
match lf he was not a god
j.'fc'f3 at lpast a most Ltlractjve
jfly she stood and gazed a him,
Mhvilh the fear that he might
jyet too interested to turn
MjThe blue of her eyes waa
' JjV thci color of the linen gown
IK Around her neck a dande
VmW da"5,etl llke a-cable of rich
I'.BsS, sudden movement she lifted
tfR?.r breaking off a part of It
M?ning )l int0 ;t wreath. Again
jB, Then with her under
fl,WbU'Pii her teeth In a way
h K!P.'C" two very merry dimples.
tmK-z loiter from her dress, hur
acted a tiny pencil from
Mr-1' E"iwh d something on an
IBaeoi and tore It off.
'Fggl holdlrg hc-r breath she tip
Rrr He wa sleeping very
?Mi . ac"ran of Papsr she ha-l
ilK2jn--P Ulc wreath. At last she
'f'mVl nM nrrn's length of IiIb
nsl?ntkd excitedly, but the
Wg" hrcaths reassured her,
W(Vhc bent over: lower and
iMvi 0,J,rrath descondod until It
ESJ 1crlsn. black, Tialr. TVlth
" r ,oC u person who feels
K i e,y t0 be shot at any
rfBh, ati;a5hton.jd up and
1Eib,u bo did not move. Then
riBllkn n Ildm.,rme R'nnce, Xor he
Srv "crlLable llower-orowncd
KLi10 "ea bnck along the path
j5-mon,lllliad disappeared In the
"Rlt1!01!0 fr a slumber so
mtLi entity waf; lost,
1' about d,TS dai,kne Uie
WP'- Dout bJm. Who-whnt-.
UiSlvPKf i.d ,Upon hIs rehcad
gK? "cly h,s band went up, hl3
fingers groping eagerly for some,
meaning In the soft, damp mass that
met their touch. Then they closed up
on the object and brought it' around
where his eyes could help.
Ho stared at It In silence for a mo
ment. "Crowned by love:" was his dazed
exclamation when he at last found
specchi The scrap of paper caught his
eye and he detoohcdv5t, smoothed It
out, and looked at It with absorbed
"T salute thee. Great Pan," was scrib-.
bled thereon In a girlish hand, and at
the words- a light dawned upon him.
Who was she and what was Bhe like?
T-low strange that she, too, should
have been thrilled with the same
wlerd sense of the nearness of pagan
The dandelions were curling up ilke
tired children, but Trenham cai-ried the
wreath home as carefully as If It had
been of the flowers of Kden, and he
smpked many pipes that night in the 1
soft gloom of Norton's roomy porch,
wondering how and when and where
they would meet, and whether her eyes
were blue or gray and whether she
was tall or short, dark or fair, his lady
'Afterwards he plumed himself upon
having recognized her instantly, though
lf the truth were known it required
no great perspicuity. Asked to dinner
at the Stanton's the .nearest neigh
bors, though three miles away he had
accepted on the chance of getting some
clue of the young lady.
And he did. At the sight of him,
the only other guest, a young woman
with the bluest of eyes, gave a startled
but pleased look that Hashed Into her
eyes and out again so quickly that he
would scarce have been sure save for
the' slight flush that backed up hi?
theory. Later on It transpired that she
was the one girl In the neighborhood,
and matrons, Trenham shrewdly
argued, would scarcely be up to such
pranks, or even thinking of the great
For the rest there are people who
nre still scandalized when they remem
ber the quecrness of the Trenham-Duke
wedding. It took place In sylvan style
on the knoll overlooking ihe river, and
the bride wore can you believe It? a
wreath of dandelions!
Another has been added to the list of
enjoyable event? at the Country club this
season the dancing party of last even
ing, when members and a large number of
friends passed several delightful hours at
the beautiful place.' Mrs. David Keith
was hostess and the charming hospitality
which characterizes all the entertain
ments given by Mrs. Kcjth prevailed last
evening. The grounds were lighted with
electric lamps, and all about the lawn
were arranged rugs, cushions and chairs
Tor ihe comfort of the guests. Indian
blankets and curies, red-shaded electric
lamps, vases and Jardinieres tilled with
golden glow and gladlolas, made the
verandah very attractive. Here the guests
were 'received and here also a buffet sup
per was served. The dancing floor ,was
laid just to the oast of the clubhouse, a
large orchestra furnishing excellent mu
Ic for the dancers, which Included nbotit
all the society people who are now in the
Members of Hie new Bridge Whist club'
were entertained yesterday morning at
the home of Mrs. R. H Channlng. Tho
club was formed a short time ago and
meets each Thursday morning, rnchidca
In the 'membership are Mrs. It. H. Chan
nlng, Mrs. David S. Murray, Mrs. Robert
Gould Smith, Mrs. Ernest . Bamberger,
Mrs. Harrv Irwin. Mle-s Elolse Snerman,
Mlas 'Laura Sherman. Miss Stella Salla
K,,.v mi Airi(o 'nne. Miss Anna Mc-
Cornick. Miss Kathcrine Geddcs and Miss
Mrs. George K Fischer and children,
who have been at Santa Cruz since 'laat
March, will return to Salt Lake the early
part Of next month.
One of the moat delightful little dinner
parties given at the Alta club in somu
time was that at which John Boyd of,
Vancouver, B. C. entertained on the evo
of his departure for home. The table was
laid In thegold room, a mass of delicate
pink sweet peas forming the centerpiece.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Goulstone Griffin
chaperoned the party, including Miss
Elolse Sherman, Miss Laura Sherman,
Miss I.eta McMillan, Miss Gertrude Mc
Grath. Miss Alia Miller. Miss Stella Salis
bury. Louis McCornlck. D. McPherson
Boyd. Yale Henry, Lieut, Parker, Lieut.
Mrs. John Green and Mrs. P. N. Cool!
entertain at a tea this afternoon In honor
of Mrs. Lillian Pardee of New York, who
Is spending the summer with Mrs. Frank
C. Kelsey. The tea will be given at tho
home of Mrs. Green, Eleventh South and
' Hon. P. L. "Williams, Miss AVilllams.
MlssElolse Sherman. Mrs. James Jen
nings and Hugh Williams left yesterday
morning for a tour of Yellowstone park.
Mrs. F. A. Vincent Is home from east
ern Oregon, where she hua enjoyed, a
pleasant three weeks' visit with her
Miss Grace Swonson of TO P street en- I
tertnlned a few of her girl friends at a
slumber party last evening at her home.
The guests of the evening were Miss Han
cock. Mls Uanc, M.lss Jones. Miss Walk
er, Miss Jessie Martin. Mlas Rhoda Mar
tin Miss Strlckley, Miss Holman, Miss
Dean and Miss Walden.
A. S. Brown has returned from an en
joyable six weeks' visit with triends In
tho East. . v
Mrs, Rosemary Glosz-Whltney Is enjoys
Ing a brief vacation at Glcuwood, on
Long island. . '
Miss Elsie Dickert daughter of Mr. anO
Mrs. Ferdinand Dickert, Is now at Han
ton, Canada, spending a few days with
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Walker, formerly oi
this city, but whose home is now at Han
ton. Mrs. Agnes Osborne is home from
Brighton, whore she visited for two weeks
at "Ruff Wood." the summer home oT Dr.
and Mrs. E. D. Woodruff.
Milton Sprague and Tracy Cummlngs
are spending a few days with Mrs. Al
bert Walker on their way East. .
Miss Helen Boxrud entertains a num
ber of her friends Informally this even
ing at her home.
Mrs. John Molccr of Richfield, Utah, is
In the city for a visit at the heme of Mr.
and Mrs. Gideon Snyder.
Mlra Allco Seckels Is home after a pleas
ant outing at Wasutch.
Mrs. George Cook, who has been visit
ing friends fn Park City for the past four
or live weeks, has returned to the city.
A F, Philips of The Tribune went to
Cache Junction yesterday to meet his wife
and daughter. Mrs. W B. Mundy. who
have been visiting relatives at Tappcnish,
Wash., for the past five weeks.
Mra. Walter C, Lewis of Butte will ar
rive In Salt Lake next Monday morning
to spend a few, weeks with her sister,
"Mrs. M. R. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bush celebrated
their china wedding Wednesday evening
and invited a number of their friends to
spend an Informal evening with them.
Mrs.v M. F. Cronln left yesterday for her
home In Chicago, after a month's visit
with her 3iiter, Mrs. J. H. Kirk.
Miss Aura Rogcrs'entertalns at an in
fprmal muslcale next Tuesday evening at
her home In honor of Clyde Squires. '
Mrs. E. Vlko has gone to Park City to
visit Mrs. Henry Welsh for a rhort time.
Kidneys out of order, that's nil.
Doan's Kidney Pills are the sure
At any drug stdro.
On nccount of the death of one of the
employees, Mr. L. J. King, the excur
sion tcN Ogden canyon, advertised for
August 11, has been postponed to
Thursday, August 18. Don't forget the
v Second Suspect Taken In.
Thomas Blackburn, who, with William,
alias "Butch." Brown, Is suspected of
"having perpetrated the saloon hold-up at
I Ogden on the night of Thursday. August
1. was taken In at Bingham yesterdav by
Deputy Sheriff Forbes and will be brought
to this city to Join his alleged partner in
crime In tho county Jail. Brown having
been arrested Wednesday. The iwlrience
against the men Is purely circumstantial
so far, -being based mainly jh tbe faot
that they wero released from Jail a day
or two before the hold-up and robbery oc
curred, and that their actions since that
time have been suspicious. Sheriff Bailey
of Ogden 'will probably bo In tho city to
day to ascertain If they can be Identified
as tho men. wanted. (
MJces Cleaa Breed
With Royal Baking Powder there is
no mixing with the hands, no sweat of
the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest
facility, sweet, clean, healthful food.
FuJJ- instructions in the " Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"
book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake
with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address.
.,i '.ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.', 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
" " 0 ' that meat is injurious,
it overheats the body and oppresses the sys-'
tern. They say,. CEREALS should' be used .
A pleasing change for breakfast or supper is
Crisp wheat flakes with maple flavor.
Get a package today- At the grocers, 15 cents.
Pifirafi SOLID, I
mmm CSEAMY mm l
: ililll lifilNilli An infallible indication of j
P'jftf! &'7$& body, ago and excellence fl
I A solid, creamy foam is the invariable
' iVr'PP indication of body, age and excellence of J
W0$. brewing material in beer. Unless the .a
I I 'M best grades of barley and hops, selected.
t i wS' with, extreme care, arc used in sufficient
j I ffiffffisgffi quantity, brewed so as to give the beer
I I the proper strength and body, and after- j
I 2 ward the beer is thoroughly ripened and aged, it cannot j
$ shov the solid, creamy foam always found in the famous C5
' "The only beer bottled exclusively at the Brewery" oi
; THE AMERICAN BREWING CO. iW
R. M. GURNSEY, J28f
I WHOLESALE DEALER. MMH
fprara , 11 11 u mi n 1 1 whim 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 i ' mMrAmMUr 'wmv7tto
I fH Nt the Sticky Sot
k i; f Klnpjfonl'a Silver Gloss Starch does not ntlcUnnd burn under the Iron. 1
JSZs( It pot! In tills up ilto iHircsof tho poodd ami responds to tha Ironing h
1 vfWtV T7"h ft whiteness md. rmoothness of Hulth that U surprisingly fine. S-
I A OSWEGO f 1
H fdMA SILVER GLOSS STARCH 0
k&$9U2f&1 Sls clcBont for flnclacce,caiL-Uns,llncii8oridmD5lln5. Oilcan frJinpa, tU
:S)Li?ili&i Kri -u A dolicacy nnd iiewno-s tlLit is charmlr.i;. A staroli tt.it never vnrt, ,J
HZ-rVWf1F&? hence never disappoint, (joes furUicet becauM purest. jj
ZiziJSiy, ' (- ) Sold everywhere. jl
3 yh C. OSWEGO STARCH FACTORY, OBWCCO. NY. O ?
Tbe Champagie You Toast ,
iYour Friends With I
snc - brut' j
Yellow Label GoldLabtl
S A. VIGNIER CO., Distributors 9
1 SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
BIEGER & LIWDLEY, Distributors,
mi vets mm of
The THREE CROWN Brand.
will moro than meet your mgliest ex
pectations. Sold at all Grocers,
HEWLETT BROS. GO.
' 1 ')V Manufacturer of s K
S3 'f T ana dealer In Jewel- rj
3 ' ' ry. dlamonaa antl M
S othor precious stonca. "Wo Dl" I
M particular attention to first-class B
watch rcpnlrlnj;. Aro well pre- kl
A pnrcd to do all work In that lino, fl
i on wo cany a full aaaortmont of h
U material. i
1 259 SO. MAIN ST. i
three points that make our
?3.50 SHOES popular made
In all leathers on up-to-date
238 and 240 Main St. 'Phone 695.
DO YOU NEED GLASSES?
An honest examination will coat
Jno. Dayncs & Sons
3G MAIN ST.
Your Grocer la a pood
fellow, and scIIg all kinds
O of Hour to all kinds 'of
people. A discriminating
public however, 'nslsts on
9 0 Muster's
tfPaa M and tho' avernKO crocer Is
K9' beglnnlnp to dlHcover that
It Is cheaper, safer and
O more' satisfactory all
around to sell only lTtahs
, guaranteed brand, with
tH VACUUM CAP
SENT ON TRIAL
PAY ONLY IF PLEASED
Thousands in use, uotono full
uro. not ono roturned.
Sond for froo particulars,
Standard Appliance Co. j
637 Nov Nelson Bulldloff, Kansas City, flo. j
j"" ESTBI LiS fri ED " . H
J ONE. PRICE. TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD I
I If You Appreciate Chances to Save
j Money it will be worth your while J
i to attend these Special Sales. '
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I
j 5P.ECSAL ! i f I
SJJ Ladies' Vests Gent's Mn j I
HUb On Sale Friday1 iaS tmmt
I Department SatUrday ' Special !
Ladles' low neck, & , L mWM
t SPECIAL ALL DAY sleeveless vests, 3 excel- FHIDAY and 5
FRIDAY AND SAT- ,enl S5e nunlUles. !p all SATURDAY. I ( mm
t TxrrA' sizes- They are French! J.Uiv1. g
Litu-tvi. ribbed with wlnpr sleeve. I Gents' soft front drera A
All GLIlrt D,, French ribbed with lace ! shirts, at less than cost a mm
I ill iSOlltJ DOyS trimmed yoke or lace of material. Not a shirt
r Shnes weave. Juct to make In this lot has fold for ;
jf ' things lively In our tin- lose than $1.23 and $1.50 i
F Sizes 8 to tC. . derwear department we each. Ouospecial sale I ! 9
13U. jPi.OO offer them at price, -for Friday and !
'I-'es 1 Saturday only
,...$.4Q !2C .. 7,ac : I
I TOR SATURDAY NSG-HT II
SPECIAL . ' ' I
'. , I WORTH 1
TO GREAT cIeAR-I PAPER 311(1 OOSAW
I" ANCE SALE OF I NIGHT mm
ALL CDTiNS ENVKIOPES !SEHDFn II
iJli.llfl.J 350 boxes, each con- nij 1 (J PAF I mm
talnlnff 21 sheets of 'LLVJW AJU ;
Linen crash, duck, wrItmff paper and en. sizes -12x3c and 45x36, :- MmW
lcnlcker suiting and , t , , md I'H
white pique skirts. ln velopes to match, either H
the popular Hare shape, j ruled or plain, regular Hemstitched Bleached f
considered great values 25c grades. On sale Pillow Cases 11
at ti.HS, 51.S5 and $1.50 Satui.daVi 7 t0 9 Q.clock j Size 42x30
On special sale tor 2 All made of good mus- ; f
hours, choice, each at- a 1)0X ' lln, values up to 20c. 6 ; I
to a customer, at, each ; J 'H
I" 75c 13c Ik I
For tl,e Parker Lumber Co. of StU isl
flV Lake City. They sold this claim lmm
M" because It was N. G. "SVe collected : I
i &5p 'v 1L ln tnreo weks. Ask F. L. Par- ; '
! - Jk 'ker. If you want caah for your
fe,r'i?:'aiaN bad. debts ive can get It. VMm
ijfi.- ma-tter how large they are or
MSf' In what town, city, State or Terrl- . Mmm
WsK W' tory- h 1H
i If we did not know we could col- t 9)1
r lect your bills, we certainly would WH
jjy "ot be Pay'f'S' out money to adver-
-itX!4'J'. We a(lvertlse because we want ffl
Jffi&jP? y your claims for collection. Our abll- ulH
j tP lty to make collections where all 'irH
-4$pgs!i others have failed has enabled us - ilH
JnSmM'' -iM . t0 build up the largest collection : mmm
' WWAS business In the world.
" "TXy This ad Is sure to bring many ) itiH
r tiyrQa Jr claims to our olllces for collection, : li'H
Z&Yr and we are 'ust as sure t0 collect f iH
'. f Zfi) 6ry sZ&r tlese claims and make money In HH
j r commissions thereon. ri'l
Does anybody owe you? Do you want tho monoy? If so. write or call J iH
on us. A ll'l
I Merefeainfe9 Protective Hssoclatloo 1 1H
. Solontinc Collectors of Bad Debts. Reporters of how people pay their bills. 4 mm
Established 1114 years. Representatives everywhere. I $
General OfTlces 117-118-119-12-1 and 125 Commercial National Baailc 1 tH
r Building, Salt Lake City. Francis G. Luke, General Manager. 3 tTt'lH
j "Some People Don't Like Us." bH
S Send Back for ' i
j What Km Want, j
!j we wish to remind our custom- j
j ers who arc taking vacation trips
at this season that we are otlll ;
) within their reach in casc( any-
j thing in the nature of drug store
3 goods la desired. Anything you
j order by mail will be Immediately ;
i forwarded. '
j Day! on .Drag, Co. j
Tel. 552. Cor. 2nd So. and State.''
"Refer to our Nurses' Directory." K
1 EQUALLY WELL I
r With both eyea? If not brth may 4
be defective, certainly one Is. and jy
K further neglect mcana nerlous ln- g
'A Jury to your sight. 3
c-: Come at once and have your vj
eyes examined. a
f RUHMER'S 1
l 73 WT3ST FIRST SOUTH.
ThoroURhlj' oqulpncd and In com- vl
plctc order. Location moat central jflH
and convenient to all places of ln- I jH
i EUROPEAN PLAN. iiHH
POPULAR PRtCES. SfH
Tour patronage Is solicited. D I'l
B. L I. BATES, j lmm
Proprietor. I !
Carpeoter k Jobber i
II. F. WILLIAMS. 1C0 E. 2nd South. HilH
'Phones-Bell, JU5: Ipd.. 241. Job and Vmm
screen work to order. Any thine In wood ,rH