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ITHE THIRD PERSON
wft BY KEITH GORDON.
flfht, b' T- c- McCIure.)
4J?be:n ongnccd for a week. Fo
i,Kt Was full of the sweot wonder
Ker mind dune tenaciously to a
$Klbcd in tlio unrecorded dnya
HlRfbcforeJ it seemed a tcrrlblo
iWb? but, bewildered though sho
vEV..,nn-ilvirMl Its claim.
I said solemnly, "an cngnse
bo the lightest, moat cnslly
In the world "
oxolaimcd her companion
t. bringing his truant gaze
3 stretch of moonlit country
seemed a symbol of his own
EVhafs that yoj'ro saying?
merit," she repeated gravely.
:akcn as an experiment, a
flrst suspicion on the part of
that ho or she has made- a
lould be broken."
lous slffh expressed tho rc
tt getting this sentiment oft
nother moment and ho was
trd her. with her hands
almost roughly in his, his
than sho had over heard It.
ig that he saw In hor faco
,d his glance softenod.
said at last, with boyish re
ly a theory. But you gavo
that made my heart stand
ust thinking how sweet and
would be you and I to
s. I felt as If 'forever had
l. and right In tho midst of
flown a remark like that, as
nent wcro a mero episode, a
i didn't mean It, darling,
irther words became unnec
iter on Felicia returned to
" she spoke in the thought
person who has been men
I with her subject, "theo
ics not seem right. Engage
do to be broken. If they will
than that, I believe that
are engaged they ought to
as possible "
icr," he Interpolated approv
iglblc men and women," she
nly, "Just to provo beyond
:hance that they really aro
rsons. Every engagement
oroughly subjected to the
d It seemed to him that
rl In the world wn3 talking
ling, analytical, disquieting
lotting well enough alone."
;d comment but long after
I his back upon the moon
ght and fallen into a deep
lumber. Felicia sat at her
jw her chin pillowed on her
ed by tho thought that pos
ho great world somewhere,
at she called her 'ultlmato
before whom Jack would
men had before him. Some
jght made her eyes grow
," said ho when after break
morning ho strolled over as
mbys arrived last night and
Is word that you're to como
to meet Miss Danby. Oh.
continued as Felicia looked
If with debating eyes. '1'ou
expect to look bolter than
'. pink linen. It would be a
erogatlon if you did."
:d. the young lady yielded,
along the narrow path that
edges and talking blithely
h she Eald never a word of
was nearest her heart.
:y? Is she fascinating? Do
'," were the questions that
: through her mind. Of
mother's guest, Jack would
er a gqod deal of attention,
she ordered suddenly, feel
breathless need to tlnd out
fjCJUKt how seductive Miss Dan
Bnd live minutes later sho was
iTtnll, dark girl whose eyes and
lifted all attempts at criticism.
0, seemed Impressed by tho un
racter of the newcomer's charm.
!her face was almost ugly. Then
li'turn thoso wonderful, coercing
Vyou and smile, and forever aft
itched and waited.
that first hour Felicia trembled
upremacy. Covertly she noticed
was as irresistibly attracted as
fif Was For ten whole minutes
Ot ouco looked In her own dlroc
Tjj a lovely smile." tho latter ob
fLftlly as her lover walked homo
lily!" was his unsuspecting an
knd her eyes' By Jove, I never
iTeyes' It Isn't that they're so
ibut Its what they say. When
tat you you feel as if you'ro It!"
Walking behind him In the nar
Ifelt Buddcnlj bereft. She didn't
g that made you feel that you
She didn't have a smile that oven
!w enthusiastic over. She was
usual! She draws you in nplto
it. I simply can't keep my eyes
foer. She's fascinating."
irent in the samo strain, loo ab
Prcasing his Interest and admir
als other self to notice tho for
Ity of her replies,
.come over this evening'" he re
Isurprfac. when, at the door, sho
her wishes "You must bo crazy,
pit of his protests she was ob
na ha went away In a huff.
iVere capricious during the
uWfcek. Miss Danby was all that
uia wish. In her society Jnck's
Drlrto was soothed and comfort
made him forget his worries and
t ills best.
Pd once only, he had a heretical
jUQ wished Felicia were moro
rrnqn he winced at his own dls
fDear, hjue-eyed, sunny Felicia!
flor tenderness Bwcpt over him
Btcrmlned to find out without fur
i. what was the impalpable shad
ay between them ever since the
fry Joyc!" he exclaimed aloud, a
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light dawning upon him. Then, as If
there wore really no use of trying ade
quately to express the wonder that tho
suspicion caused him. ho exclaimed again
helplessly, "By Jovo!"
"And sho Is the lady who believes that
an egagement should be the lightest of
ties; that engaged peoplo should see as
much ns possible of unengaged ones. Oh,
my eye!" and ho threw' back his head
and roared with delight.
That afternoon thoy had it out. Felicia,
with burning- cheeks and flashing eyes, ac
cused him hotly.
"You'vo beon perfectly daft over her
from tho first moment There's no uso
denying It. You know you have, and our
She choked, and Jack, who stood look
ing down at her. his hands thrust In tho
pockets of his short coat, finished tho sen
tence. "Has stood tho tost of tho third person,
he ,sald In a teasing voice. Then he held
out his arms, and after ono startled, ques
tioning glance, sho went to him.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Sherman and their
daughter, Miss Elolso Sherman, are plan
ning a trip along tho Riviera this winter.
It Is their' intention to lcavo In January
and go direct to the Mediterranean, mak
ing tho complotc crulso of that delightful
region which forms the Ideal winter trip,
and one that is now very popular for
What a pretty picture It was yesterday
at tho Country club. Society in its bmart
est dress was there and automobiles dog
carts and stylish traps of nil kinds
helped to glvo color to tho oleturo. The
tennis tournament drew out many, but
golf was not entirely Ignored and tho
number of porch peoplo was greater than
Quito a number drove up to tho post
last evening to enjoy tho concert.
A gathering of old friends was a little
Informal party clven by Mrs. Edmund
With pretty asters for decorations and
a menu that could not bo eclipsed, tho
guests at the luncheon given yesterday by
Mrs. and Miss Goodwin proved to be a
complete success. Those who wcro pres
ent were Mrs. Robert, Smith, Mrs. Wil
liam Cunningham, Mrs, D. C Roberts.
Miss. Nason, Miss Jessie Anderson and
Miss Jasmlno Younsr."
'Mrs. T. G. Griffin entertained at lunch
con yesterday for Miss Jessie Anderson.
Roger Sherman left yesterday to enter
Harry Culmcr's famous painting of the
Shoshone Falls has been added to tho art
gallery at the Amelia Palace. Col. and
HAS SING THE CHILDREN?
Scheme by Which the Wily Chinese
May Deceive Immigration Officers.
Splendid opportunities arc being offered
to Chinamen to evado tho Immigration
laws of the United States owing to the
lax enforcement of tho law that orders
tho birth of a child to be registered with
in thrco days after It occurs.
Yesterday a Chinaman named Chin
Sing registered tho births of live chil
dren. The oldest of these was born in
18S7. the youngest In T&J5. It was learned
that the Chinaman In question Intended
shortly to return to his own country.
Birth certificates have benn Issued to
him by the Board of Health which ill
enable five Chinamen to enter the United
None of these children have been 3vn
by any of the authorities. Beyond tho
postcards announcing the- births thej
havo nothing to show that ihc children
exist at all. The alleged parents reside
In Terrace, Utah, and havo not been near
the Board of Health oftlce.
On Tuesday a Chinese doctor named
Chenn Chung called at the office and
asked for some postcards. Being given
three, ho asked If he could have my
more. They were given to him. yes
terday the announccnvi.nis of the births
arrived. The most recent of these oc
curred nine yearn ago.
Chin Sing will lenv.o the country with
five birth certificates While In this case
it Is posslblo that he has five children to
match them. It can readily be seen that
any other Chinaman without the children
can use the certificates.
ACKNOWLEDGES THE GLARE.
But ItobLnson Explained tho Posses
sion of a Hevolver.
J. W. Robinson, a saloonkeeper, was
found guilty In Judge Dlehl's court yes
terdayyOf carrying concealed weapons, but
on account of extenuating circumstances
was discharged without penalty. Tho
complaint against Robinson was lodged
by lite wife, from whom he is separated.
Tho wife testified that eho met her hus
band on the street twice one evening re
cently, when he glared at her, and plac
ing his hand on his hip pocket, drew par
tially from It a revolver. Robinson ad
mitted having mot his wife at the tfmes
mentioned and did dot deny the glare, but
he swore that he had no revolver In ills
pocket upon cither occasion. Ho cald,
however, that later the same evening ho
secured his revolver and carried It for
protection when taklnsr a bair of money
homo with him. It was this admission
which led the court to find nlm technically
guilty of the charge.
TEACHER'S CASE HELPLESS.
Ida May Jacobs "Will Be Ee turned to
the Provo Asylum.
Ida May Jacobs, whose hallucinations
caused her to bo committed to the asylum
at Provo several months ago, wao yester.
day ordered brought back from Pueblo by
Her case was a noted one at the time.
Her mind had become unbalanced owing
to losing her position as teacher In tho
public schools, both here and In California,
and Bhc conceived the Idea that a sinking
fund hnd been established for her by a
Chicago millionaire to ODab-e her to light
the case with the school board- Ever
since sho was committed to the State men
tal hospital she has beon at a, pilvalo asy
lum In Pueblo, but Iich condition hao not
Improve!. Accordingly tho order of the
court yesterday was mode upon stipula
tion of her attorney and the District Attorney.
Satisfied"With Italian Premier.
ROME, Sept. 21 Upon Ihc occasion of
tho registering of the birth of tho Crown
Prince, King Victor Emmanuel conferred
upon Premier Glollttl tho collar of the An
nunciation. This Is regarded as giving
evidence of the King's satisfaction with
tho progress of work during tho labor
Mrs. Holmes have complimented several
of tho Utah artists by placing their work
In tho interesting collection.
Mrs. E. M. Charlton has returned from
New York. t
P. J. McFadden leaves tomorrow for
Tho ladles of Mrs. Paul's section will
servo luncheon In tho parlors of tho First
Presbyterian church Friday and Satur
day, from 12 until 2.
J. M. Smith of Stockton, Utah, and
Miss Myrtle Green of Ophlr, Utah, woro
married Wednesday, September 21, at
11 :S0 a, m. They left for Kansas City j
and St. Louis Wednesday night. J
Ono or two quiet little dinners at tho
County club last evening woro enjoyed by
the elect Luncheons during the day wore
also features. It is really surprising how
many of thoso affairs are given at the
club during tho week.
WILL ARRANGE AN EXHIBIT. x
'City Schools Are to Be "Well Repre
sented at State 'Tair.
All principals of Salt Lako public
schools will meet at K o'clock this after
noon In Superintendent Chrlstcnscn's of
fice to arrango for tho school exhibit at
tho Slato fair.
A very good exhibit Is already laid out.
says Superintendent Chrlstenflen. and
they will have ample tlmo to got It In such
shape as to make a lino showing at the
At the meeting tho report of the special
committee will be heard and all necessary
tastes good and makes one
feel good besides.
Schilling's Best is the tea.
Your crow'rctunu .your money U you don't
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Jfewftlija Aria atvJ Lanjuot-e. Thirty
&tsJ nln,h Yar. Foil Term Opens
wKtfK&Mi Augutt 10, 190-1.
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The Paul GersDn School of Acting
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The largest School of Acting In
This rchcol gives moro public per
formances and secures more engage
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schools of the kind In the West COM- '
Fall term begins September 26th.
Record of school last season Four-ty-four
public performances and ono
hundred and five engagements secured
for graduates. Send for complete cat
alogue. THE PAUL GERSON SCHOOL OF
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