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wpIZ w interest to cuomett 1 j
KUBERAL REWARD.
B3 BY ETHEL BARRINGTON.
Wu by Ethel Barrlngton.)
W?n tV heart of each man and
KL'.'onie unfulfilled ambition
Khlch "is cfrorts lend 38 3 Sal
D.irllns It w a old wctch
E". were ppfil tchInd a
fcW a variety of neckwear
SUjd The remuneration was
mj sorrc-d only to provide her
B-tome" f-nd the rimplert of
Wjte watch for which her soul
MFmlcht have been the moon
BW eg But mcro trying
K i Sivatlons eho endured was
lEm? the narrowness of her
Kfieint from the gcntlo sur
Mm of her girlhood.
Fha- birthday, her eighteenth
&;Sunday-3 day free from tho
ilch Myra enjoyed to tho
,B afternoon In the crisp,
the JJark was a happy
-nlng dusk as Bhe left the
city lamps already ehon
no down the avenue. On
set the chadowB fell black
fusing a few buildings to
i. bold relief. Suddenly a
a passing- automobile
all, round object that glit
,o curbing. Myra bent over
up, Had some beneficent
other thrown the gift
It vri a watch, and on
r She seized It raptur
wking neither to the right
up the steps of her boartl
aever pausing until she
. hall-room she called her
lighted the gas and drew
iade. then breathlessly ex-new-found
treasure. The
ig caee was of gold, with
Identify It, and Kit In dia-
beauty," whispered the
aressed it with her fingers,
roman's curiosity, ahe tried
back. It was difficult, but
gasped with surprise. The
ing man, with honest eyes
:outh, looked Into her own.
If he owns the watch?"
, "Xo; It's a woman's
must have given It to the
eo, he'
ptly closed the case. But
it shut out the face from
d her evening rocking
r chair, with a magazine
finders the gentle tlck
waich counting the pass
That night she dreamed
ratch, but of a life which
raided, and through, the
! a man whose face was
d little after r, o'clock to
: delight of knowing the
and turning luxuriously
her fifteen mlnutqs.
e thought about her won
fltlon and smiled happily
rte other gjrls noticed it
her In their good-natured
irse way Myra laughed,
her secret, and hurried
is another evening of de
;ssion Three days passed,
the watch Itself was a
source of delight, as the
atlon of her dreams It
lure that crept lino her
told her secreto to those
and called him her "dear
seemed somehow to un
every whim.
i world could trust you,
st you absolutely," "she
: night very softly. "The
uo you, too'' Tho other
orry she must be to lose
inly, without any warning,
to the truth. The watch,
vere not hers! She had no
them She turned to th
looked drearily out over the
thought of it, not once,
nice; they are hers. Hers,
them. It's the same as.
ever thought "
she spent half an hour
c newspaper files in the
! found the description In
mi Found" column and
- "uuicn wiiii eyes
off thc evI1 day unU1 Sun
flhr Cnj0-V 10 tllC fU"
m ot the fairy gift which
gsh so soon. She slipped a,
K a11 aay. She did not
tSTvldfre that it was
paily in her belt brought
the I lady-the one who lost
she asked, and was at
St Vi om wlth luxurious
i KS, cnfortable lounSlng
ft carriCrf ,,n every available
Sv?f0I1dJHm 1,1 hor memory.
n"' Snd ,ny walch? How
0 wit, speaker came close
Vnrr1 aa beautiful us
'nennou?0m M "'ved
rS5r whhVa,t,ChJn thc other's
TifitoSL1 Mlss Shepherd
as?JS?h?vL ptlre1 thIa
er? and she must have
feralhK ld Miss
rfBtic rnat i8 why T can-
"Jmu!0liS- U 5ni
W trying L "cknowledgement?"
i'is&,,'u,ll,l!
!mt yours I want
AaS'n anl"be1ra reward." i
s such I"!1 the week-the '
Dktnr" hpiH ?m Jeltcratcd
'.JR?1 takA 1 ne,d er firm. She
. uS "smont. The'
At flrjt Myrk ' uTd lts ro-
follow what they said, but they were
so kind, so full of Interest about her
nnd her little experiences, that oho noon
fonnd herself chatting freely, and
laughing at Tom's funn.y sayings, still
she rose in trepidation to find now late
It had become.
Tom (she had not discovered his
other name) Insisted that as his auto
mobile was at tho door ho would take
her home.
"Oh, no," gasped Myra ln distress,
turning to hor hostess. "I'd rather
tako a car."
"Don't you like motors?" questioned
Misii Shepherd kindly.
"I've I've never tried one," admitted
Mynu
Then that settles it," exclaimed Tom
nnd Myra found herself hurried to thc
door, with Miss Shepherd exacting a
promise that she would come again.
"Yes, do!" urged Tom as they went,
down the stops. "She really means It
Isn't she jolly?"
"She's very kind! How happy she
must be so pretty and such a beauti
ful home, and and you "
"You bet; she's tho best sister that
ever a fellow had."
"Your slater?" stammered Myra; and
somehow in her surprise she nearly
mlascd the ntep of the motor car, but
Tom caught her.
"Of course! What else did you
think?"
Myra felt her f.ico flush hotly. She
trembled a little, but she did not say
just what she thought. In fact, she
did not tell him until he following
ChrlBtmas. Tom had presented Myra
with what had once been the desire of
her heart, a cold watch.
"I can't take anything so handsome,"
she had said, shaking her head earnest
Is'. Tom only laughed. The case flew
back, and there was thc one face In all
tho world for Myra.
"Sweetheart, I claim a liberal re
ward," said Tom, "please take mo,
too."
Miss Stella Salisbury entertained tho
members of tho Bridge Whist club yes
terday morning at her home. Thc club
meets next week with Miss Dorothy Kin
ney. o
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bamberger enter
tained a party of friends 'very delightfully
last evening at the Lagoon.
Mrs. M. S. Laccy of Colorado Springs
is visiting hor sister, Mrs. C. E. Richards,
of this city. Mrs. Laccy Is on her way
home from, a trip to British Columbia
and Alaska.
Miss Jcnna Budd Geddcs and Miss Flor
ence Kimball were hostesses at a charm
ing little dinner party last evening at
tho Kimball home. A mass of dellcato
pink sweet peas covorcd thc table, the
edge forming a circle Just within the
plates. Pink-shaded candles lighted the
table, at which were seated Miss Nora
Van Colt, Miss Elizabeth Dmbar. Miss
Florence Kimball, Miss Jcnna Budd
Geddcs. Harold Fabian, Roger Sherman,
Hooper Dunbar and Crclghton Brown.
s
Rev. Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Hunter of
Chicago havo been visiting Salt Lake
friends for the past few days on their
way to California, where they go to visit
Mrs. Hunter's sister, Mrs. G. Lavagnlno.
Rev. Mr. Hunter was formerly pastor of
tho First Unitarian church here, and Mrs.
Hunter, as Miss Larsen, was one of the
popular members of tho teaching corps
of thc public schools.
Mrs. Harris K. Masters will entertain
a few of tho little friends of her daugh
ter, Margaret, on Saturday afternoon at
a birthday party.
Clarenco Bamberger will be home next
week from his California vlslL
Miss Edna Sands has returned from
American Fork, where she has been visit
ing friends for several weeks past.
a
Dr. and Mrs. F E.' Straup of Bingham
were Salt Lake visitors' yesterday.
Mr and Mrs. William Bayly. Jr., enter
tained a party of friends at the lake last
evening.
Miss Florence Kimball. Miss Jcnna
Budd Geddcs and Miss Nora Van Cott
leave September 21 for St. Louis, where
they will attend Mrs. Morgan's school
for girls.
Harry Atklson Is ln the city from Cali
fornia, enjoying a short visit with
friends.
4
Mrs. G. Lavagnlno and children will
spend thc next few months In California.
They have just returned from a trip to
tho fair.
o
Harris IC Masters is expected to return
from Mexico next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oliver of Shclton,
Neb , will arrive ln the city on Monday
next to be tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Joseph Young of S-10 East First South
street, Mr. Oliver Is one of Shelton's
prominent business men.
a
Mrs. D. G McRac and children havo
returned from Colorado Springs, where
they havo been visiting friends for the
past six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Emcst Gray of Provo' are
visiting Salt Lake friends this week.
Mrs. Norman Eelcher will return to her
homo in Pocatello next week.
Miss Gertrude Rellly has pone to Idaho
to visit with friends for a few weeks, -x
One of the principal events of tho day
ln the social world will be thc luncheon
at which Mrs. L. L. Terry entertains ln
honor of Mrs. William A. Akcrs.
(I U 1
Miss Ethel Radcllffo Is home from Ida
ho Falls, Ida., after a visit of two months
with friends at that placo.
Miss Susie Sawyer entertains at cards
this afternoon In honor of Miss Rae
I Bartch and Miss Helen Bamberger. .
4
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Perkins
nro entertalninc Rev W. S Loote and
mother of Emporia, Kan. Mr. Lccto and
Mr. Perkins are old seminary chums and
are I greatly enjoying the opportunity of
visiting together and rollvlng their col
lege days.
n
Miss Cora Clark will return next week
from the East, where sho has boon vis
iting relatives slnco tho close of school.
t
Mrs. William R. Relnhardt leaves this
morning for a week's visit with Mr. Reln
hardt at Pocatello.
i
Aftor a very dcllchtful summer's visit
In Chicago, St. Louis, Ohio and Colorado,
Mrs. Will D. Gaby and daughters havo
rottirned to their home ln this city.
DOG CATCHER IN TROUBLE.
Wagon Mender Charges Him "With
Exhibiting Deadly "Weapon.
Complications seem to exist as a re
sult of a disagreement between Second
Assistant Dog Catcher Eddie Curtis
and A. G. Meir, a wagon mender. These
will probably be straightened out when
Curtis appears for trial on tho charge
of exhibiting a deadly weapon; but in
the meantime tho second assistant dog
catcher believes he Is suffering grave
Injustice.
Meir claims that Curtis flourished a
revolver and threatened to blow off the
top of his head. On the other hand
Curtis claims that Meir beat up a com
panion of his and then started for him.
Of the alleged revolver he says he has
no knowledge. In fact, he maintains
that he showed no gun.
Deputy Sheriff Butler arrested Curtis
on a warrant sworn out "by Meir yes
terday The trouble took place ln
Meir's wagon shop on State street, near
Third South.
; NOTABLE DEAD OF DAY,
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 25. William
Welghtmnn. a member of tho firm of
Powers & Wclghtman, manufacturing
chemists, died today, aged 91 years. Mr.
WclKhtman a the wealthiest man In
Philadelphia, and one of the largest In
dividual owners of real estato in tho
United States
Do You Wish
tKe Finest Bread
, id CeJce
It is conceded that Royal
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strongest of all baking pow
ders absolutely free from alum9
ammonia and every adulter
ant. "Royal" makes the best
- and most wholesome food.
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PP I Jlkf AWmsVmB. ncss durinc tlic brcv.injr process. u 3
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Pag if JPi?iSf PURITY" Impossible to find in S
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The State Bank of Utah
Corner main and South. Tomplo Sts.,
Salt Lako City.
.TOSla?n F. SMITH, President.
WILDTATtt B. PRESTON, Vice-Prwldent
CHARL.E3 S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Aost Cashier.
GENERAL BAITKINQ DTJSINZSS.
Accounta Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence invJf.
J. EL Coefrriff, Pres E "W Wil?on, Caahlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT "WITH
COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK
J. J. Daly. W. P, Noble, Vicc-Preoldcnts.
A. H. Pcabody, Aaa't Cashier,
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Established 1S52.
The OIcTcor. and "Strontrest Bank In Utah.
Capital j
Surplus ...JK.879.0CO
Undivided proms J
Transact! a general banking business,
domestic and foreJn.
Direct connections Tvlth banks S3 t
principal cities of tho world.
ISSUES:
Dr-aitu, ) On all
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telcjrraphjc Transfers. i cities.
Dopo3itu received subject to check.
H. L,. MILLER. Cashier.
H. P. CLARK. AsBt. Caahlor.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARQEST.
Q. DTJ'N & CO.,
. The Mercantile Agency.
GEOROE RUST, General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office In Proyross bldg., Sait L.-be City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, t2O0.0CO.0a
WALKER BROTHERS,
BANKERS.
SALT LAKH CITY. UTAH.
Established 1SJ0. Incorporate! C01
Transact a General Banking Bunlness.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
QESEBET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $250,000
L S. HILLS, MOSES T1LVTCIIER.
President. Vlco-Presldont.
H. D. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cashier. Asst. Caahler.
Safe doposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
THE REPUBLIC
U. S. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY ,.Vlco-Presidont
W. F. ADAMS Caahlor
CAPITAL PAID IN. S300.000.
Banklnrc ln all its branches transaoted.
Exchange- drawn on tho principal cltloa
of Europe.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
JJcCOENIOK & CO.,
Bankers. .
Salt Lake City, TJtoli.
ESTABLISHED 1870L
DID YOU EVER DRINK
a moro delicious tea than
THREE 6RWI!
TEH?
Tho most critical eay It's tho cream of
Japan's ten gnrdens.
Imported by
Hewlett mm. m
Salt Lake
Collegiate
Institute
Boarding and Day School
Course corresponds to Eighth grade and
High school.
Good music department.
Wrlto for catalogue and particulars.
Rowland Hall
A boarding and dny school for girls, un
der tho supervision of tho Episcopal
church. Primary. Intormedlnto nnd
Academic grades.
Certificate admits to Smith and Welles
ley colleges.
For catnloguo and other Information
ipply to
Miss Clara Colburne,
Principal-
Cotambia
University "V"
Apply for Catalogue. GraSo courses.
Boarding school for young men and
DCVB.
Box 338, University Pnrk Station.
Portland Oregon
3 NeldenJndson Drug Co.
I WHOLESALE DETJGGISTS- j
; CIGAKS A SPECTALTT. I
POSTOFFICE BOX 37U.
i EDW. C. SMITH, Pres.
I JOHN P. COBB. VIcc-Prca. & Msr.
I JNO. J- JUDSON, Trcas.
1 V. 1- PKAHL, 8ec-
I E5TABLi5HED J6 3
ONE. PRICE TO ALL -NEVER UNDERSOLD Hll
: For Friday pgg I
. That for Extraordinary Value "Will Eclipse Any You've Known EXTRA I WM ill :H
EXTRA BARGAINS TO MAKE US EXTRA BUSY, 1 SKf '
I IRr fir?3!P I-riday and Saturday. IN OUR Ki H
. LAST CALU White Goods I I
HeassehoedeSoie p Department
and Chiffon f&urdayvonly.d I ffi
M Checked, stdped and I
f Out entire line of 42- ' Irfl plain, Just tho thlnff for 1 Hi' H
Inch wide chiffons IMvSi children's school W f? U'
nnd Mouesellne Do Mltvllltli aprons; values up to Sl'ih'CI
Solea ln all the lead- MMu 20c. at, a yard- K hl'H
ing colors, of tho limWi m W
: regular 75c grade, go w5HRWK -ffl I '-H
-feoon sale for 2 days Jp Ce ffi
; ,FOR FRIDAY AND J goVS' CSOthill ! i -ll : H
i In- 85 cents Department 1 I
r o r. For choice of any lawn tBlHlrl
Linen Dept fLSf "rapper ,n special- , il l
10) New Tapsstry Table Long Kimonas or Dress-Boys' RBJfc Rill H
Coyers. ing Sacq,es Made School JUll3 S i
Oriental and brocaded Dimities. , 150 sample suits' rang- f !
eftects and latest com- lns Jn sj2CS from 4 j ? i
i bination colorings. All This final sale of. the 1G years, to close out I Si ' '
reversible; 6-4 rtzes. season come.s nearly this entire lot; they all I mi h
1 Worth 52.2o; at each a month-earlier than go for less than H M
- usual. Stylos that manufacturer's cost M $81 j
ffl BL LK soId up t0 J3,C0, a11 at Sa,e price for FTfiday Q lii H
n fli BTy one closing Qr- and Satur- . ifHrVH
ilQJFkJ price 5r day, only ...WO '
I WE'RE ALL, GOING FOR j .H
I MCDONALD'S JSUT SUNDffi. W - 'I
I S 0 imMkrM ' il l
IS
I
' Fr th ParlCr LumDcr Co of Salt I jv
WSv Lako City. They sold this claim be- id H
Cfcllfr Sk. cause It was N. G. Wo collected it In 1 In '
! $Sfc three weeks. Ask F. L. Parker. If o ' 'f.H
jBrr t'flUiin ffii you want cas for yourtbad debts wo 1 j h.;H
; - can get 1U I ' '
twWrB j&n matter how largothcy are or In I I J . '
W&'ktgp (jF what town, city. State, or Territory. .1 U )
gj L If wo did not know wo could collect 1 ' j ' 1
"O J your bills, wo certainly would not bo I ?
SL Paying out money to aiivertlao. I 1' , j'
t0 j 1 Wo advertlso becauso wo want your B i S '
! yV claims for collcqtlon. Our ability to ft 'u i'l
S tit make collections whero all others h.ivo 1 A ''1
fffML Ms? fa,,cd has enabled us to build up tho I
jSy T largest collection business In tho world. 1 I; ,' i
tMIV " "slvj This ad. Is suro to" bring many claims 1 ' t ; '
j MfM1 Vt to our ofllces for collection, and wo are I t '
0 tf Jtr' Juat as suro to collect thoso claims and I B , , 1 .
' 'y mako money in commissions thereon. 1 i ' ' , '
Docs anybody owo you? Do you want the money? If so, wrlto or call on us. I fr ' '''
Merchants9 Protective Association I fji
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts. Reporters of how peoplo pay their bills I 81 ' n
Established 11 years. Representatives ovorj'where. fif ' '
. General Offices 117-117-U9-121 nnd 125 Commercial National Bank Building, Salt H $J ', !''H
5 Lako City. Francis G. Luke. General Manager. fi & , ,1
"Somo People Don't Llko us," f; ,. ( J
1 I I I I H I H U I H I I I) t
-SOAP ! t
f SOAP I
I SOP!,
t 100 Dozen at i
f HALF PRICE
It will pay you to miss a car and t
i. sco the bargains wo aro offering In T
X soap. s.
I I
Godbe-Pitls Drag t
I Store t
T BoUl 'Phonos, No. HO.
" a H
I is Em I PL; f i
S But paying out good old mon forrl j '
! rent receipts is a bunko game. I
9 Put the proposition up to us. J
"Reavis System" I
Home Builders. if'
j 32-34 MAIN STREET I If , 'i
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