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jffPAY mossing, AUGUST 22, 190-1 . ' THE SAXjT LAKE TRIBTOTE. - jPAgefivb I
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0! Merest to ftgomen j
Leaking the record,
BY JEANNE CAIDWELL.
fit. b3T T. C. McClurc.)
ffsraspcd the lever of the French
ft and tlic crimson demon stop
ffi'denly that It fairly sprang
,1 The lane was? narrow, and
?ho -tooil directly In tho path
rhl'ne'had the Imperious carriage
$' felt sho held the key to the
When the dust had subsided
Hint above the imperious
Sa face of singular charm, sur
JS.an nurcolo of copperlsh gold.
j& saw In a Hash, despite his
or and ucly go&sles.
ijcanic to tho slue of the ma
il Mr. Benedict's chauffeur"
n nodded his head and made si
3Jf to raise his cap. Tho girl
on the step,
cognized the car. I want you
ie'to Barrlngton as fast as you
the machine ko '
am mcfltlnr aomo people at the,
aks no difference." said tho
pins away his objections with
sine finality. "I will answer to
list for your disobeying orders,
fij dying In that cottage. To
life the doctor must havo cer
.?rnm Mr of lice In Barrlngton.
lust take me for them,
fore she finished the sentence
Awn open the low door, and she
a" beside him As she settled
place the mighty car swung
ilclrcle and they were oft She
ilthe veil from her big, flat hnt,
flatter behind her and tied tho
Iher hair, which refused, how
Tconflncd by such gentle meas
e'man saw all this from the tall
despite the goggles,
jfstretched before them, smooth
43 asphalt pavement. No teams
lcrled the girl, Impatiently,
purely make better tlmo than
tithe law." said tho man curtly,
ell, break the law. I'll pay the
u are arrested. Oh. don't you
di I've never seen any one die
"cot to get back In time to save
iprang forward. The girl closed
suddenly. She had never rld
H itr hissed the man's voice in
J fell and cut herself. I was
,ln my pony cart when I heard
Alt waa dreadful. I had never
lb?fore, you know. Just then
uitdrove along. Ho said some
it an artery and went to mok
lBfs. I I dont think I was
d-I turned so faint. Then ho
fjdrive back to Barrlngton for
js-and I 1 was afraid to stay
a htr. He write the list on n
4 I was Just starting with the
ctrhen I heard your machine,
r jays she has Just one chance
Ired. You were the chance "
topped at the top of the hill,
yourself," said the man curtly,
it the plunge downward. It
'the glil as if tho wheels did not
ground as they passed through
Vhen they reached tho foot of
he realized suddenly that the
,had been holding her In tho car
arm tlrm and unflinching. He
lpologizc when ho removed Its
jhey were turning Into tho vll-
strect?" he demandpd; nnd she
o)a white gabled cottage. He
inly a well-trnlned chauffeur of
nlUloaalrc bachelor. Ho knew
keep his place and not to tako
ml an awkward situation,
ws wlfo followed her to the
lon't you stay around that plnce,
par roul out, Miss Carleton. The
w get some neighbor to stay
.panted up the hllll.
this dreadful?" asked tho girl
i 'Oli, excuse me, I know vou
r-B geod time, but it seems na If
crawling That woman has the
f.? She cannot die and leave
little thing nil alone."
m ever think, Miss-Miss Onrle
l .man' etching her curious
do baby might be better off if
yr.dled? The woman Is poor.
9. other rich woman might
"H.'1 :ind Ive It a better home
mother ever could?"
tl'S understand, So many
i things because thev do not
.pmen-and babies, it Isn't
lt f the love " She had for
i the man beside her wan n ser
irrvS5, Ullnl'n?: only of the baby
ivSS? confidingly In her arms
n'ifi?r,w,0I;;:C(1 ovor lls mother.
rL ir,f? ,n hcr armp- " she
Vta -Rould encircle It In Just the
nii. yon can't understand.
SV ?rc a mjln- Bu- I-I've felt
MhinW.a?i,c,.,catcd 0,,t f some-
n't1".011.1"1 There's a lome-
a h. 11,0 dark wl,en y"
hen other girls
t I frr w can 1 (,"crlbe my
B dh 52i nnsw,er. kut tho ma
ttuo A dwalrlng groan
h rrZ ,'ncl,no 5 a wnv that
K ' s makcra proud.
fiel,lKEtam0 l,t a?aln
iVn llm.c' 'Snc Is nllve I
e7oS!C 13 BenedlcJ
podded and put a hand on tho
in person when we meet."
SlNi cZZ are VPr' Sood vou
A 0UL to dinner."
Paoe S LBf,kh beauty."
PihilrcM lH ?W Charley
lnc Pell it with a.
giJlMr. Bontdlct home
Ct 11116 Be.
ih kedioY,Llh,oul a n'omcnt'B
SSR nail Vn ocddcnt. The In
nKnIn. and especially slad to have the
parly chance to thank him for his tour
ing car which I borrowed so unceremon
iously thla afternoon."
"And my chauffeur?"
At sound of his voice Miss Carleton
looked around as If for support, but host
nnd hostess hnd drifted away.
"I I thought'
"Of course." he said with a quizzical
laugh. "It line been live years since last
wc met and then there wcro the goggles."
He waa looking nt hcr hair. "J think I
DR. DAVIS Will
KHOW HE'S MARRIED
Kind Friends Decorate Office of Den
tist Who is on "Wed
"When Dr. II. "V. Davis, a well-known
Salt Lake dentist, returns with his bride
this week, from his wedding trip, he will
meet a scries of Joygul surprises. Theso
will Kreet him probably from tho time
he reaches the city; but thoir climax will
ovrwhclm him at his office In the Mc
Dr. Davis made tho mlstako of trying
to get married without the knowledgo
of his friends That has been tried bo
fore with consequoncos more or less dis
astrous, but In no enso more amusing
for everyone but the bridegroom, than In
this. AVhen Dr. and Mrs. Davis left Salt
Lake about a month ago they realized
that their friends had "gotten next," and
so did many ofhers on the station plat
form. Probably tho dentist thinks It Is
alj over now. but he'll learn differently
when ho comes to tho McCornlck block.
Pedestrians on First South yesterday
saw men and women on the curb with up
lifted eyes and upturned faces; and fol
lowing such example, its human beings
invariably do, got something in the way
of a sensation. From tho third-story
windows, which are usually adorned only
with the slcna of Dr Davis, floated
streamers, banners, and two large rcd
lottered signs, the lattor each bearing tho
legend, "Just Married."
A baby carriage occupied ono of tho
In the hallway occasional Sunday after
noon visitors to the McCornlck block
gathered In groups and laughed. Tho
place looked as though it had been fitted
up for a Junk shop. Old shoes nung ev
erywhere But a couple of score of pla
cards formud a composite main center
"You "Will Get Married and Say Noth
ing About It?"
This sign told the whole jBtory. "I
Don't Caro If I Never Come Back,",
"Have You Seen Doc? Ho's Married,"
"I Am a Foxy Boy, Kit," "Thoy Guyed
Us AH the Way." "Did You Sco Us
Leave Town on the Quiet?" "Everyone
on tho Train Was Next." Those were
among the others. And. right over tho
door some kind friends had hung a
diminutive pink undershirt and a pair of
Infant's stocklncs. beneath which was
printed In bold and obtrusive letters. "To
Little Harry, From His Friends and
Inside the offices rice crunched beneath
the feet of thoso who entered. Rico was
In the dental chair, rice In the llttlo
swinging shelf that usually bears tho
forceps, mallet and other Instruments of
torture with which Dr. Davis makes his
patients happy In fact, rlco was all over
tho place, except where the old shoes and
the signs vere susponded
A large array of Jugs, bearing tho
legend, ' For Old Time's Sake," occupied'
a conspicuous position. , All tho pictures
in the room were turned toward tho wall
A bright red wedding bell hung from tho
chandelier nnd was surmounted by a
"Rnnt-s Are Hlch. Better Board,"
"What Is Homo Without Babies." "Girl
Wanted." and some fifty paper wicks of
Junk labeled "Candy for Little Harry,"
adorn tho walls.
Dr. Davis was married July 22. to Mrs.
Mlnnlo Lcaaon. Both are widely known
in Salt Lake.
Royal Bread is pure, every loaf beam
our label with the crown. At all
grocers and flryl-closs restaurants.
WOMAN BEHEADS SNAKE.
Cuts Serpent's Head Off With Sicklo
After Several Efforts.
POTTSVILLE, Pa.. Aug. 21. When
Mrs. E. E. Boyer of this place went to
rake the Are in tho kitchen range yes
terday she was startled by an angry'
hlsy at her feet. Stepping back,1 flhe
narrowly avoided a large black snake
which -wriggled across the floor.
She- was frightened nearly out of her
wits, and backed toward the cellar door,
not knowing how to give battle. Then,
remembering that there- was a sickle in
the cellar, she secured it and attacked
It did not retreat even after she had
made a sweep with the sharp blade,
tnklng off part of its tall. The fight con
tinued for several minutes, until Mra
Boyer, by a lucky fming of the sickle,
cut off the reptile's hea?..
The snake is supposed to have crawled
from a mass of rank vegetation near
the- hou&e, through the open door, and
to have colled Itself beneath the stove.
Luncheon at the Southern.
A luncheon was -riven at tho Southern
hotel by Mrs. Block Saturdny night. In
honor of Mrs Sadler of Louisville. Ken
tucky. Mrs. Block was nsslstcd by Mrs.
P. II. Hopkins and Mrs. Estclla Hooper.
Covers were laid for the following guests:
Mosdames Sadler, Levy, PIntt, of Aspon.
Colo.; Aaron Levott. New York City; Sig
Simon. Ben Davis. D. Fulot, L. Bonsklc,
Emma Mooney, Eugene Khnne, Herman
Borrmnn, P. Roalflng, P H. Hopkins,
Moss Wolf. Worthelmer. Butte. Mont.:
Franklin. Herbert Sehllcr. Fred L. Wood;
Misses Mildred Lond, Smith, Aspen,
Colo ; Worthelmer, Bulto, Mont
Rain Puts Out Forest Fires.
1CALISPEL, Mont., Aug. 21.-A heavy
rain fell yesterday, the first of any con
sequence In the past two months. The
downpour aided materially In helping to
extinguish the forest fires which have
been raging In northern Montnnu for tho
past ten days. -The outlook Is for more
rain Stockmen nro rejoicing over the
storm, as stock has been In distress as
the result of the great scarcity of water,
the watering holes In the majority of In
stances being dry. The rain comes too
into to be of any great benefit to the
hay and grain crops. Hall accompanied
the rain. Missoula and vicinity were also
visited by a rainstorm yesterday, which
helped to check the spread of tho forest
like It best tied down with a veil," he re
"Please send your carriage away nnd
let mo take you home In my car," he
urged. She hesitated, then gave tho or
der, and thoy went back over the Bar
"Wc broke the record right here," he
said, gleefully, as they slowly climbed
the hill. ThJn his voice turned serious.
"I like to break records and yet here I've
waited !lyc years away from you, wan
dering the world over. I never realized
until "thin afternoon why It was that I
was lonesome, too. I've txien wanting
Just you and I dldnft know It"
And then the big ear shot Into the dim
shadows of tho narrow lane and not
cvon the night birds and thr stars could
see tho answer ho read in her eyes.
UTAH STATE PRISON
QUITE UP TO DATE
Warden Pratt Compares Our Peniten
tiary With One at San
"San Quentin prison, the larger of
the California State penitentiaries,
which holds 1482 prisoners, is not Q3
modern as our own pen," says Warden
Pratt, who has , Just returned ' from a
visit to the largest penal establishment i
in the West. I
We have only 172 prisoners here, al
though wo could accommodate many
more. And compared with our estab
lishment, the San Quentin prison shows
up as being behind the times.
"For one thing, they crowd their pris
oners considerably. In some cells they
have as many as four and five convicts.
We never put more than one in a cell.
The advantage we have In that point la
shown by the exceedingly small amount
of illness we havo. Within the last five
months avu have only had one patient
In the hospital for sickness.
"Another point where we have the ad
vantage over them is that every cell
here is lighted by electricity. All of
their cells have oil lamps. The shops
end the main body of the prison are
lighted by more modern methods, but
the cells arc not so well fixed up.
"Yes, you would think it was dan
gerous, but they don't seem to have any
bad consequences from it. I'm not fa
miliar with the state of their monthly
health reports, but I hardly think they
can make such a good showing as ours.
"Punishments resorted to In Califor
nia are much heavier than the ones in
flicted at the Utah penltentalry. A.hout
tho worst thing they hae is the
straight Jacket and dungeon combined.
We have a dark cell, very much the
samo as theirs, but we don't put them
In the straight Jacket- When the pris
oners nro enclosed In that they can
hardly move. They lace them up so
tight that their arms are confined
strictly to their sides, and the effect of
this restriction, besides being in the
dungeon, makes it an awful Infliction
for any cne to bear."
The only point wherein the San Quen
tin prison has the better of the estab
lishment on Twelfth South Is In the
warden's residence. Formerly the Lieutenant-Governor
of the State was ex
ofllclo warden of San Quentin, and an
almost palatial residence was erected
for him, says Warden Pratt.
Another point of difference between
the Snn Quentin penitentiary nnd the
Utah State prison Is that In the latter
the convicts are graded, whereas In
California no distinction is made. When
a man first conies to the Utah pen. he
Is put into the second clnss. If his con
duct Is good, he is promoted to tho
first grade, commonly known as the
trusties. If he Is a turbulent Individual,
he is turned down to the third grade,
which has very few privileges. For one
thing, the prisoners in this clnss have
no access to the library, as they are
confined all tho time.
Idaho Town Destroyed by Fire.
LEWISTOWX. Idu., Aug. 21. Firo yes
terday at Iola, thirty miles cat of this
city, destroyed tho cntlro town, Including
tho business district, which comprised
eleven buildings The loss will reach
about J30.000. with JICCOO insurance. The
origin of the fire Is not known.
And if you
there's a gain in cost as well as
Try It a bit, for breakfast
A little Fruit,
A dish of GrapE-Nuts and
Two slices of hard toast,
A cup of Postum Food Coffee.
That's all, nnd you feel "like a-Lord."
Same for lunch.
Then have a good meat and vege
Such meals will put one right in body
Health Is worth every possible effort
and this way Is easy.
There's a reason."
There is No Good Soap
but Fels-Napcha. Every other
soap makes double the work and
double the wear on clothes.
I A TEMPERATE J
I That is a stimulating beverage, j
6 and a delicious thirst quencher, :
E is r
; GRAPE JUICE.
j It is most popular with those R
IH who do not care for fermented B
liquors, having all of the fresh- 1
ncss of the grape without in- B
jurious additions. a
Made in the grape district of j
Northern Ohio. We nre the
onTy people who handle it hero.
Where the Car3
Time to Think
Wo've got the kind you
want they stand the hard
knocks look good, too.
Sl.OO, S1.25, S1.50, S1.75,
S2.00 and S2.25.
238 and 240 Main St. 'Phone 695
j GRHNITE 1
j IRONWARE I
j Sent j
114-quart DIshpan, rcg- r-nff fa
ular75c; special Uf fcj
17-quart DIshpan. reg- C
ular 90c; special Dr $
21-quart DIshpan. reg A
ular $1.10; special 75 Y
Set of fi cups and saucers, reg-
ulur $1.25; spe- -r $
clal 75 Y
Set C plates, regular Arrf 4
10c; special UU$ 5
Stew Kettle, regular G5c,
THIS WEEK ONLY.
HARDWARE CO. 1
jg 27 and 20 W. 3d South.
It Isn't good enough. We
know, for wc tried it. Home
grown, best hard wheat, Is
all that's lit for Utah's guar
anteed money-back brand.
UTAH Bt DOING firo C03Z
COTTON FELT fif W'X
MATTRESS, .WC y
Better than any Eastern make. "Will
cost you less money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & MTg Co.,
Salt Tako City, Utah.
' (1 JL Manufacturer of r to
I ' nnd dealer In Jowol- 13
ry, diamonds and jj
othor precious stonco. Wo pay I
particular attention to flrt-claa3 k
watch repairing. Aro well pre- C
pared to do all work In that line, Q
un we carry a full assortment of H
259 SO. MAIN ST. K
J OHN BUCKLE. & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
'J?. O. Box 682. Salt Lako City.
We carry In stock 49 varieties of them.
In one. two. Jour and six-drawer hIzcs,
and in DxIJ. 0x4 and Sx5 sizes, with cards
and guides, in any quantity.
An up-to-date method, adapted to any
business or profession
SEE THE MAN AT
3 Brg Attractions 3
Wednesday, Aug. 24
$75 $75iOT $759
Given Away at
Wednesday, Aug. 24
53 Grand Prizes 53
Each admission ticket entitles holder
to 10 cents In trade and a ticket in the
prize contest which will tako place nt
9:30 p. m. Sec prizes In Freed's storo
VOTING CONTEST OPEN ALL DAY.
Voting contest for most popu
lar man In Suite for Governor. Votes
1 cent each; 75 per cent of receipts
given to party whoso candidate re
ceives highest number of votes.
Automobile Racss, 4 P. IL
S BIG EVENTS S.
1 mile Buckboards
2 mile Runabouts.
1 mile Cars with passengers.
5 mile Steam car8
2 mile Cars, value J0100 to $C0CO.
C- mile Cars, value ?2000 to $3000.
2 mile Touring cars with passengers.
Ji mile Obstacle race
M Why not buy a Piano that every g
m member of the family can play? 2
H We have something new Come
Kj In and see it. We will arrange
M terms to suit, jj
I Carstensen & Anson Co.
jjg Temple of Music. 2
I ..74 MAIN STREET..
FH Successors to Dnynes Muylc Co.
DID YOU EVER DRINK
a moro delicious tea than
Tho most critical say it's tho cream of
Japan's tea gardens.
A boarding and day school for girls, un
der tho supervision of the Eplscppal
church. Primary, Intermedlato and
Certificate admits to Smith and Welles
For catalocuo and other Information
Miss Clara Colburne,
Apply for Catalogue. GraGo courses.
Boarding school for young men and
Box 338, Unlvorsity Park Station.
ON ALL. CAE .LJNES,
Try it the Next Time You
S. C. EWING. Proprietor.
Headquarters for mining: men and stock
men. KATES (3 A DAY' AND UP. J
E5TABU5MED IS64- ' j' I
ONE. PRICE" TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD H
1A Climax to AH Special Moiar Sales j I
That Have Astonished the Shrewd Shoppers. S- H
This Morning This Afternoon
From 9 to 12 O'clock. Frcm 2 to 5 O'clock. '
j Cloak Department. Silk Dep't Special. ! I
I Misses' Tailor Suits Never In the history of our SILK '
DEPT. has such value been offered. I '
JUST SEE HOW VERY LOV 300 yds UlMn. Wide I'on;ree Silk (nil 1
WE PRICE THEM THIS MORN- pure Silk). Sl.OO quality. HOURS I
ING ONLY FOR I
i 30 little misses' tailor suits of all B 1JJJJJ
I wool Venetian, In navy blue and y
1 black, elaborately trimmed, sizes 12, g
U, 1G and IS years, valuea $6.75 nnd maSa HH
I $7.50, choice this morn- C . . . JI J
I ing 9 to 12 at .J444 '
v rv v Try S, LOAD W QUICKLY ON
in Our Linen Dep t., White India Linon
FROM 0 TO 12 O'CLOCK f
i tpbj i cr 7iiivr-fvTirvT-i At 2 'lock sharp this afternoon p
I THIS MORNING. we'll place on sale
I SPECIAL. l
1 All COc hemstitched Damask Tray 49 Yards jj
cloths, size 20x28; aii 60c hom- White India Linon
stitched Linen Squares, size lSxlSx illlj
S 20x20. yomo with drawn work and ,o lnhes wide, value 22&c a yd, while f
n some with cpoke stitch, and all COc it lasts up to 5 o'clock at a vard I
E hemstitched Linen Scarfs, size TSx j IJJJJ
I 45; while they lust nt, each 3
j 10 YDS, TO A CUSTOMER. ft IH
I A SOAP SALE. LADIES' VESTS I I
B BEST 3oc AND -10c QUALITIES I
! THIS MORNING 0 TO 12 O'CLOCK QN SALE FOR 2 HOURS THIS
' l . , . , . AFTERNOON, 2 TO 5 O'CLOCK. J
; Colgate s 4 Oz. Palm and at-
; Kirk's Royal Toilet Soaps. I9C Each. B
A high srade Toilet Soapj , larEe Of all the rreat Undrea r Bar- I H
3p -tf rv every style, they are low reck and g
Tftf o 8 xC sleeveless, come In plain or lace 1
weave in fancy or plain ri
I finish, choice at lSY
Gents' Famishing Dep't Our Shoe Dep't. I
THIS MORNING FROM 9 TO 12. SpSClal TlllS AfterOOQH I H
Gents' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, FROM ' UNTIL 5 I
a large assortment of fancy colored TJ1, . ., , " . . , ,
borders worth 15c each; salo price Ladles patent tip vice kid lace I
for three hours only Shoe, heavy extension or light H
medium weight soles. The best a
f-7T C 53.00 Shoe lr the lty. ; M
For three hours only .. P-45 M
we're all aoirsa FOR
SOAP ! i
I SOAP !
I 1 00 Dozan at
f HALF PRICE
a It will pay you to mis8 a car and
T sco the bargains wc arc offering In I
Godbe-Pitts Drog I
I Store ' i
Both 'phones, No. HO.
4-4- 4 M M n M n M M H M M 1 1
JUk,Mni?''r4ils$ffft xonir g. middle-
J npR 1 M AOED AND ELDER
33 ZJa ' H LY. If you aro sexual
h I 1 3 ElS ( !1 1f weak. no matter
Q I i i V jf from what cause; un
P i n a developed; have strlc
asKsQasBswssty turc. varicocele. otc,
MY PERFECT APPLIANCE will cure
you. Nu drua or electricity, 750.0CO cured
and developed. 10 DAYB' TRIAL. Send for
free booklet. Bant sealed. Guaranteed.
Wrlto today. R. C. Emmet, 115 Tabor
block. Denver, Colo.
! Cbe Crystal Cafe
239 MAIN STREET.
a Open dny ard night Tel. S01-T. Z
Tray Orders Sollolted.
DO YOU SEE I
EQUALLY 'WELL 1
With both eye?? If not brth may l tM
bo defective, certainly one Is, and f
further neglect means serious in- g
Jury to your sight Q
Come at once and have your K
eyes examined. 9
73 WEST FIRST SOUTH. g
DO YOU NEED GLASSES?
An honest examination will cost IH
you nothing. IH
j Jno. Daynss & Sons
I Co JLVIN ST.
Muwmt'xxm&SBmi in a
I GROUND FEED B H
H Vf oats. M corn, M. barley, carefully Ej IH
H cleaned, then eround. Is cheaper H H
IB and better for horaoa than stralshe m H
21 oats, Try it. Custom Feed Mills, as
Rj 120 So. 3rd West. Tel. ESL H