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"Ldav MQg, septejtber 24, 19M. THE SALT LAKE TEIBUyTS. pagestto U:V, .'II
I OF INTEREST TO WOMEN . j
MAN AND TOE HOUR
ii BY KEITH, GORDON.
IUM, by Frances Wilson.)
' firit time in her life,
tie future squarely in the
she had been content
V rounclting away con
1 Lu cj.tlsne.1 with the
Ant And -she might
fStor an Indefinite time
Jn for the occurrence of the
day is significant only
hy common consent,
h a number. This par
,UPj made an indelible
5, Elinor's mind because
The began to be 32-Uegan
ginning, of course, but
t I'm 31 all this year, any
Louccec dcilantly to that
itat receives our dearest
Its such bad form to say
and 2 months old. or
but happen to be. And If
irlte It I'll make it 31 in
j-not even 31 -- -all
j the reader can see, -Was
is ghe found by far
lc5 about beginning to be
-act that you couldn't for
mer you tried, the better
tit I am?"
b remark that our heroine
pee when, after a week
he sat down with her chin
t hands, to have the thing
If I am? So are plenty of
mienr I mean. Alice is 30,
ttl IS "
,5 Id her enumeration,
& thought that all these
married, Matrimony was
which she had given the
thought. She supposed
be to it some time, but she
u hurry to enter that narrow
In long as there was pleasant
tjiobe had outside
& tad thought of it at all it
(o mean chiefly a tiresome
ffcowekeeplng that resulted in
c;rilcular llnee just over the
icarandum of worry that she
rtttrmined to avoid as long as
i But now that she was be-
MHRjz me ining wa uinereni.
it, phe asked herself, that she
bi mistake, after all, and that
Lis Incisive lines were as much
;kt as an offlcer's bars? Could
si there was a point, when one
b te & for Instance, when be
: demanded that one should'
t'Mls"Justas It required that
4 slop wearing pink?
IkH ier plight with a stiff
!?, realizing that she had no
! terself to blame. There had
t saber of men the mlschiev
ii at the comer of her mouth
So sight for a second at the
ICi'horr many who had done
. to stoo her In what she now
id for the flrel time her mad
I i had declined their offers
tat with a certain royal care
I'ttat recked not of possible
to to come "When did any
km to the belief In the divine
lrans e'er foresee dethrone-
d Inadvertently "lived over."
once heard It quaintly
Tun was no doubt about
an old maid' She re
Md In all Its brutal truth.
r.fh euphemisms as "spln
RM old maid! Just a plain
Mm tie Wo ProW
r SBn Soaps. .
ever Civilization Has
f tbe world's best people
wp, assisted by Cutlcura
( great skin cure, for prc
fjI?3 and beautifyiDgtho
Jtfnir. and the stopping
Z'l0t "oftcnlng, whiten
JJ6 red, rough and sore
hes, itchlngs and
JojtaB Irritations, or
Lmi L33es nnd many eana
Star. women, cspe-
M well as for all the
KU;!oH bath and nursery.
WmUX combInes dellca'te
lcau5 fl0Wcr odurs. No
Kn31! V(ir comPonndcd
K T t JJS ,tollot batU and
t 8oanmas!rtccve skin and
bath ? t,he purc8t QQd
"Tl b' tHnetT: ill?" of COL
old maid!" ahe suld audibly. But lt
sounded like a joke like one of those
things too bad to be true. She would
probably wake up after a bit to find
that she hud been married since her
eighteenth year and had a son ready
to enter college, and a daughter about
to make her debut.
No such happy awakening came,
however, and with desperate philoso
phy she decided that since she was
an old maid she would enter into the
role for nil it was 'worth. At least
she would avoid the error of being
kittle by little her plainest gowns
were brought into requisition. Cer
tain little graces and frivolities of the
toilette were one by one abandoned.
She timidly asked Alice, her closest
friend, to teach the children to cull
her "Auntie." a thing vhlch she had
hitherto forbidden under the penalty
of a sudden death to the cherub that
should first be guilty of iL
"What is the matter with you?"
gasped Alice with a stare of amaze
ment. "And what have you been doing
with your hair, and why are you wear
ing that ugly old dress, with all the
handsome things that you have?"
"I'm just wearing the things suit
able to my age before the dear friends
have a chance to- point them out to
me." was the answer, and that night
her friend confided to her husband,
with thoughtful regret, that Elinor
was becoming aregular old maid.
Another of her friends and com
rades. Max Anderson, also noticed the
subtle change. Theirs had been a
sort' of brother-and-sister friendship
of long standing. For years he had
scolded and criticized and. bullied her.
The one thing that he hadn't done
was to make love, and Elinor had
long since given up trying to make
"Haven't you ever been in love.
Max?" she had asked him once, with
genuine curiosity In the gray eyes that
had been more than one man's un
doing. A dull flush came up into his
face and he looked at her strangely.
"Yes," he answered shortly, "I
"Beautiful night, isn't it7" he went
on after a moment, and there was a
touch of mockery in his voice that
MUST ATTEND SCHOOL.
Compulsory Education Law to Be En
forced in Spokane.
SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. 23. J. A Tor
mcy, Superintendent of the City Schoole,
announwxl today that all parents or
guardians In Spokane whoso children bc-twe-on
7 and 15 years did not attend school
at least bIx months last year will bo ar
rested. Tho law provides for a flno of J25.
I3, G. Poters, city truant ofneer, it 1h
elated, Is to devoto his time to preparing
complaints ag.-Unat such offendora, of
whom it la believed thoro. arc hundrcdH In
It l also announced that a campaign
will be mado against nny pcrsonB who aro
unlawfully employing children undor 15
years of age.
made the questioner wince. After that
she asked him no more.
"What's up?" he demanded, survey
ing (her cynically as she came down
to receive him one evening, with re
nunciation speaking from every line
of her plain gown and her smooth,
.parted hair. "Is lt some sort of lay
sackcloth and ashes? What particular
cln aro you mourning?"
"The great sin of omission!" "she
answered demurely, as they sat down
opposite each other, but he looked In
credulous. He had not known her
fifteen yerrs for nothing.
"Commission, you mean," he said
dryly, with an air of remembering
"No omission! I'd tell you about
4t, only you're never any comfort to a
person. You're just like a stone, Max.
I don't know now I've endured you so
He turned his eyes lazily upon her
with a look, long, steady, Inscrutable.
Neither spoke, but after a moment
Elinor, with a beautifully assumed air
of perfect case, sought refuge In a
study of the pattern of the carpet.
"Possibly I may tell you some
time." he said with a nonchalant
laugh, "but go on, let me hear what's
the trouble. You always tell me
And so. in fact, she did. It was
the beauty of Max that he mado you
like and hate him simultaneously. But
no matter what you felt, you wanted
him and you usually confided in him.
That at least had been Elinor's experi
ence, and It was being repeated for the
hundredth time now. She wanted 1,0
tell him; she always wanted to toll him
everything. She leaned forward sud
denly, with a childish bid for sympathy
In her eyes.
"You see, Max, I've omitted to get
married. And now I'm 31"
"Plus." he corrected gravely.
"Thirty-one," she continued firmly,
"and though it's been great fun well,
all at once I realized that I'm an old
maid. It's so unexpected. Why
haven't I married? That's what I don't
There was a pause In which lt
seemed to her that she suddenly heard
the beating of her own heart. Before
she fully realized what had happened
her hands were held close and Max
"Look at me, Elinor, and see if
you can't find out. I've waited years
for you to finish sowing your wild
In honor of Miss Klrkpatrlck a dainty
luncheon was T;lvcn yestorday by Mrs..
Edward Parsons, at which covers wero
laid for six There will bo a reunion of
tho Kirkpatrick family here next week,
as on Monday Miss Ruth Klrkpatrlck and
Mrs. Ackland-Hood will arrive, and a
week later Mrs. and Miss Mosc Klrkpat
rlck will also como over from San Fran
cisco. Owing to tho popularity of the
young girls, their advent will servo to
greatly enliven local society.
Capt. and Mrs. Falls are still In the
Philippines, and word reaches Salt Lake
from Sacramento that MIbs Olive Donnel
lan will sail on October 1 for Manila to
join her sister. As few American girls
have gone to the Islands without falling
a victim to Cupid In khaki. It will not bo
at all surprising to hear some Interesting
news from the far Pacific some time In
Mrs William H. Bancroft and Miss Ade
laide Nason sailed from England yoster
df.v, and Mr. Bancroft will meet them In
New York and bring them homo with
Many local friends will be interested in
tho marriage of Miss Lillian Bersbach and
David S. Anderson, which takes place in
Chicago on Octobor 26.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Alexander leave for
the East October L " to be gone three
weeks, but will return to make their homo
at the Kcnyon for the winter.
Judgo and Mrs. James A- Miner and
Mr. and Mra. Wilbur W. Flngg have taken
apartments at the Kenyon for the winter.
Miss Florenco Groesbeck and Joseph
Cannon were married yesterday after
noon. The announcement will como as
quite a surprise to their many friends, as
the wedding had been set for next week,
but owing to the illness of tho groom
and tho fear of a postponement, it was
decided to have the ceremony yesterday,
and a brother of the groom officiated at
tho Cannon residence, on Ninth " est
street. Thev will continue to reside in
An Informal muslcale was given last
evening at the studio of Alfred Best. Jr..
the woll-known tenor, and a numbor of
his friends enjoyed a delightful evening
with music, conversation and refresh
ments. Somo of Mr. Best's pupils and
tho mandolin and guitar pupils of his
brother. Thoodoro Best, wero on the pro
gramme, as well as a number of well
known singers mid planlBtB and tho re
sult was a highly Interesting muslcale
It was a Bohemian gathering and thor
oughly appreciated by all who were pres
ent Tho wedding of Miss Gortrudo Leo of
Ogden and E. D. Lancaster of this city
took plaic last Tuesday and in the even
ing a reception was held at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Lancaster. Tho bride
and groom will be at homo after October
1, at C57 Bellcvue avenue, this city.
Miss Susan Sawyer gave a KenBlngton
Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Ralph Alnsworth McBroom. Tho houso
was decorated very artistically with sun
flowers. Those present wero tho Misses
Jessie Holm. Traddles Patterson, Mary
Sherman. Alta, Rawlins. Helen, Lctchncld.
Kvolyn Mason, Delia Richards, Beatrice
O'Connor, Marguerite Donnellan, Agatha
Berkhocl. Helen Bamberger, Mamie Sap
plngton, Beatrice J3avts and Helen Box-i
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mclntyrc and
son, Robert, leavo this morning for SL
Louis for a month's visit at the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crano havo Issued
tho invitations for tho marriage of thoir
daughter. Edyth Paulina, to George El
mer Walker on Wednesday, October 5.
Miss Lillian Oliver will be at home to
her friends Monday evenings at 334 J
Miss Judith Evans returned yesterday
from SL- Louis and a summer on Lake
Mr and Mrs. John Hosklng of Butte
wero the guests of honor at a small but
elaborate banquet served by Mrs. B
Thomas at 360 South West Tomplo street
lest Thursday. Among those present wero
Mr. and Mrs. Berryman and Mrs Otto II.
Don't touch it at less than
6oc lb; it isn't worth while.
We know the market.
Yoor grocer returns yosr money if you doo't lilto
IYour patronage and we're prepared
to make everything so attractlvo j
for you that you'll bo glad to accord ffl
It to us,
PICTURES TO FRAME. I
Jo W. Gessford 1
Tel. 165C-X 57 So. Main.
The Realm" '
I of Rubber I
1 Our fall stock of Rubber Goods Is H
5 here. Anything of this character K
H that wo handlo Is of worthy quail-
S ty, and we guarantee them to bo M
I perfect. n
a Hot-Water Bottles. 75c to $2.00. !
I Fountain Syringes, 75c to $2.50. n
I Also sick-room and Nursery sup-
I Dayton Drag Co.
I Tol. 652. Cor. 2nd So. and Stato St.
S Complete list of Trained Nurses. jj
WHEN IN LOGAN STOP AT NEW
A first-class hotol ror commercial
travelers, One-half block caot of
-MRS. WILCOX! Propriotor, j
IS i "shakes DfeSs walk easy'
ii eg The man who needs (o concentrate his mind on
m p important atfairs during the day cannot afford to i
H if k distracted by small discomforts. Crossed Jv
R fj'J Shoes make the feet easy no mottcr what youi yi$p5
t.'.':. daily occupation may be. Sffiy
THE FAVORITE OF THE FASTIDIOUS
.Grande V"iTE Sg Cuvee
j i .Mawofrnto Jfflk en 1743 ' '
met & ciiiiei :
I 'fiPERNAY- FRANCE ' I
BEST FEODrC? Cr IBB (EiUFACM JETEKL LEIPOC ALL 01HISS IX HFOEIATIOM
We have the largest, gl
variety of i
In the city in both novelty jjjj
cloths and plain greys.
$15 to $35 1
1 J, WlllGray
I Ob Ero. 1
m UNDER ELECTRIC SIGN, $
jg GRAY'S. jj!
Mills' College '
and Seminary glV
FOR YOUNG WOMEN
situated lu the beautiful stj. UHB
urhs of Oakland, Calif. iljlfSSE
Mrty-niutli year. Fall term HRfr
n.i J3aSait loth, looc. J''iv
i -ite for liiuidsoniely Ulus- fSfSSull7
mled catalogue. ' fei EP'iS
tmS.C.T. MILLS. Pres.. -f?IK
Ulllc Colloan P. 0.. California o2i
Know how good a Baking Powder
can boP Try
Trade mark on every can.
Ask the Grocer.
HEWLETT IMS. CO.
I THE EYES 1
Aro not all alike. Wo teat each
w eye i separato and make the glasses 3
t to lit, S3
Jr BECAUSE WE MAKE OTJR J
jj OWN GLASSES
i and GUARANTEE correct fit. No 'A
5 chargo for eye examination. g
Tel. 17G3-IC 73 W. 1st So. S
It's as important to have a well
fitting frame as a correct lens. We
carry the right sort and know how
to fit them.
I 'Phone 05 for the correct time.
Photo Supply Co. :
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
Kodak3, Supplies, Finishing
and Developing. J
3rd So. and Main St.
P WIMB of ' J
' FOR WOMEN I I
"LrrnrTnaTTi tii i '1" -i . . o. . , 1
j 'E5TABLi5HED 1
ONE PRlCLi TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD I K
j Now for Another NOTABLE BARGAIN SATURDAY I K' I
Bj Wo know that you expect greater values at Auerbach's than at I ifflff ! 1
U any other store in Salt Lake, and you shall never be disappointed. I ISIt !! H
Here's a host of specials for I j ' Vl
SATURDAY AIUU DAY 1 H
-rP' or Saturday Only! 1 H
j SSinQirls' Coats I : I
j jll $2o5o and $5.00 1 I
1 lvlu 1 Ja' L0T 1 Nev coats tov elrla 4 to 14 1 iffl P' I
ffizwAJr v years of age, made of Ane Melton JUI ,
1 5ftw) I' tlW cloth' hal len8tn "n'Ith larse capeQ FA H HB p- i ' ' 1
y ' vl-m over shoulder, braid trimmed, colors A 7v9 1 jt-i i
WW tl ' are blue' red and tan' 53,75 values, at.. v M J. ,
t-iL... j M- L0T 2 Girls' coats of fine zlbellne. 1 jlffl p j , I
13 i?rnoi large shoulder cape, trimmed, with Q I 111 i, iiS
3 Pld Du"ona. braid and velvet ioP AA k J 1 i'H
1 ic' match materials, neatly tailored, inTy 8 VI Df mm ' iH
full lengths. On sale, special at vrvr m MM " ' jH
I BOYS' CLOTHING DEFT I ( I
j A SPECIAL for SATURDAY ONLY I :' I
Ji BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS, consisting of threorpicce, knee-pant suits, in H IHP" 1 f jH
'i dark mixed goods, double-breasted square cut, wo'ol mixtures and I wfil t ' 1 '
p Norfolk suits in dark all-wool goods, ages 3 to 16 years, our reg- I Hli"K ! 1
ular selling price $-1.50. Special for Sat- (SO OC H W$i ' ilfl
j urday only '...AtVi) j TF' '
If OUR SHOE DEP'T i
' day's spjeial price 3 '
I HOSIERY SALE J ! '; I
Best 15c Grade at 8c I ! i ' 9
'! 100 dozen children's fast black seamless cotton hose, all sizes, with I ' ll' iia
:J double knees, heels and toes, equal to the best 15c hose you ever H , ii , ll
bought. On sale, one day only, at ii. j
THREE PAIRS FOR 35c i; .
Sail UU Brewing Cotupanyl
. ft j new Brand of Beer I p;
ijjj "Our American : I
M Being of a superior quality, is rapidly taking I m (J: . '
JI',urL 6 plttCe o Eastem importations. At the I Hfl ' ' '
tVI same price as our other brands. Try it. I ffi'
AGEj 3- Iftorite, General manager. 1 1 ; H
iMl KENTUCKY LIQUOR CJO., 1 f, 'H
3 "VP!J.ipS Resident Rotail Agents. 1 'A
T?tiWtifP 1 Telephone 231. j i
COME THIS WEEK SSS f l'
Only a few ?65.00 Acoin Eanges to be $45 00 '
CASH OR CREDIT . ,
Brubaker-Campbell Hardware Co., I ; I
27 and 29 WEST THIRD SOUTH STREET, t :
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. S.
44-HH--HHH- HHHIIIUHHIHIIHIIIIHHif 1 iH
NOTHING BUT BOTTER !'!
Made by the new modorn creamery where purity and oleanllnoss are first ol Sir I '
considered. hIIi'1 '1
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