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!f BY CHANNTNG POLLOCK.
' o. iW. b' Channlns Pollock.)
, ,,. clipped over the edge
I .?1SU I Ml her sitting thcro.
4 -n!onel" After a mo
l,T!?i,l to the window nnd
1 A 'letter-for the flf
0 Slu Dcir Lady o' Mine, was
..'DeL- Lady o' Mine.' "
?PqY& fi Acer's laspard Angers
.!H typewriter keys in-
S ?he whispered the last
the paragraph to herself
jiv Tho story was too
Srf to be written all over
vVMhat was the very
If opaned the note lying at
, the romanco of hor
J, one thing, ahe thought;
IggJape was another. For
r.he was disgusted at tho
I thtt she had intended to
, of the little history for
Wt was about to tear the
fhe machine. Then came
She remembered how
hours she had spent in
(to force Bomethlng purely
from her brain. She knew
it had lived and written
:iKatlng story and that she
a of it After awhile tho
" "turned listlessly to the
ve Etntence In her mind
sross the white sheet before
of the procession had been
;ven the dinner bell rang.
laid the completed manu
ir desk nnd added the note
bundle locked In her bu
t. Then she stood before
jnd patted her soft brown
ral places. The fnco that
i at her was a plain face
tcast, but far from bcautl
mouth was too large, tho
all, the eyes sufllclently
U denote Intellectuality, but
dc enough for that pret
i Is worth so much more to
A mi Anne had been told these
W itoat from the time that her
J) N irotJt-er had been able to talk,
' W ij eijted' as she crossed her tiny
i d Talked into the hallway. A
f to tlx of cabbage and burned
KtzJed the stairs with the noise
t itsIks. Then the bell rang
i iui Anne went to dinner.
itil tificted to make corrections
j cry afterward and to post It
' I I'ijrau out for her usual car
:' ;tjttad, he unlocked the draw
jJu rtHtthe packet of letters and
AYfl iraiag them. An observant by
l nnld have noticed that none
l sni enclosed In an envelope.
JJ fiu every reason why all should
fe: hidden from the prying gazo
i nasser, for they were love let--lire
had burned the envelopes
fjurs tefore, doing her best to
'i Hffesvhat was written on each.
mi the lot had been addressed
31 r. vA enz of the lot had been
, t :'altr They were the love let-
11 tujther woman
kfj the harm?" Anne had asked
Bay I itn she had adopted them.
xltii voman had been married
v.,4 Ui' the adoption and not to the
vf? rd the letters. She was a bright
n nature, Huffy from the hems
bjw rurfous skirts to the topmost
Miiii (Ur fair hair, and she had kept
or b! ej tin wrapped around her
topM a frser as there were rings
Iztil title other seven, An author of
J&ra more or leas had not
T itfn-rcuch to her. So, when she
ifedded upon Fred, the epistles
t W Will had found a mutual
J h Illice at the bottom of an ex
fiS 'J' Japanese wnste basket
i U ittPled at least a twentieth of
VJ fpice In tht room the girls
A together. On top of
HP -s bright little creature had
H. JptMlew dnme programmes,
Ri tarae3 scraw.ed across them
iwple of periodicals containing
n'i lbe pen of lhe irrei)ressi
ilO men. Will had been most
': afternoon of the mar-
1 ! PLAIN TALK
.3St fcr Thought There, Too.
f f0Qn'l out for myself the
ttuhles me to get the most
! fo.Wt f m' 1 coslder It a
'iJ 501116 one Blae my cxpe-
Qts a Mass woman.
lfoUtsLa T,,(;ak and sensitive
""mlii erod ,on wltn I"dlges
, Wtaif"1 Hls arslff from it,
J,,SfaUon' ww'meSj 6f the
JmR uw,th catarrhal In
sa3V,M rhcumalisi" of every
Wci rionf ;vUh a tremendous
lu rlns- 1 hd what Is
iMIrlu S of brlck auat und
'"iKi r J?00'1 wnlc1' sucli a con-
SViirhe "c-'Jon that I
35 Si? P,ld llvelo eat, I bc-
Wsl. i Ji?ny f00di tested was
AiErJi. d.no.t us It as a gon-
LllPai?LS thGr al rtornlne or
nPy El0maCl, fltld 80ft-
h trult n r butte or cooked
11 knnSn 10 thls tlme 1 had
II Sr,n reniedy for constl-
ll!Ste co ?tmlly got worse
JMKuta r Jl111 " aort time
IWWS tor,"1 (whlch l'waya dl-
.i 4weft,WWM ,n )artlcular.
lt liable , i5 constlpation and
iri,oairti;7, ,J .ircu- au bade
I I still thlS ,araP-Suts two
omtl,BOTne' also the con.
4 had llcr even
utl111' My Lh,R!? a leaduche
igBnt L Bh5 and hearing
IK10 mur my e. but
mTt3t or SPkU.0,u 1 tm now
K. Sain tnhus TBlven Rlded
vW5 hrinurt t0 know tint my
'Wll"11 bowel ha,9, cund my
, , H17 Pcatum el. lro"b,-" Name
Jr in ' reek'
11 ''S ng for the finous
jj l e Rott(l to Wellvlle.",
r lmd ffonc West to work for
a Chicago newspaper and to forget. The
latter part of this purpose was set
l forth beautifully In one of the letters
in the packet.
Anno Stace-y. who had written "on
space" for a living since girlhood, nnd
who had never had a sweetheart, had
rescued tho bundle from the Jnpancse
waste basket. She recalled Will as a
tine, broad-shouldered young fellow,
who, up to tho time he hnd ceased vis
iting her chum, a few months before,
had paid no attention whatever to the
large-mouthed, small-nosed, intellect
ual girl', w.ho always mado a point of
having an engagement somewhere
within ten minutes of tho hour of his
arrival. Anne had never been noticed
and she didn't expect It. She prompt
ly forgot being snubbed, and remem
bered only that onco Will had pressed
her hand quite tightly while he said:
"Little woman, I think you understand
what this means to me."
Recollecting this, Anno had adopted
the letters. At first sho had enjoyed
them only as love letters letters which
were real, and which said Just what
sho had been making her peoplo say
for ever so long. Then, as the deser
tion of the bright llttlo creature came
to be realized as an endless desertion,
and sho made no new friends, those
ardent notes had commenced to seem
her very own. Their author was her
lover. She rend them over and over
and over, making them more personal
with each reading. For threo years
she had fed her hungry soul with them,
and then, being temporarily destitute
of ideas for stories, It had occurred to
her that they were the clue to one
ready made a story of which she was
"A Taker of Crumbs" was duly
corrected that night and dispatched
to the post box in charge of the young
woman In the room adjoining, who
was going out to buy ice cream. Anne
worried about It a great deal In the
dnys that followed. A dozen times she
would have given the world to have
had it back, If only long enough to
have substituted fanciful terms for the
ones she hnd taken from the letters.
"Dear Lady o' Mine'" Twice at night
she dreamed that Will had coma out of
the West to rebuke her for stealing
his love words and to take the packet
out of her keeping. At the end of a
month she got a check from the mag
azine to which tho manuscript had
been sent, and after that she merely
waited for the appearance of the story
In type. When It did appear, Illus
trated with a picture of a very tall
girl holding two extremely long arms
toward an astonishingly low door In
the middle distance, she was surprised
that no one seemed to take the least
notice of the tale.
Anne went back to her work and
wrote other stories. By grace of these
and a kindly Providence, she was able
to pay $7 to her landlady regularly on
Saturday evening, and to take
three car rides a week. Every Wed
nesday morning she walked uptown
and drew a little money from a news
paper for which she wrote a column
called "Hints for Home-Makers." Shu
dined at C, revised mnnuscrlpts until
10. and cried awhile over the bundle
of letters before going to bed. Now
and then she stood at the window, look
ing upon the hurrying throng and re
membering that not one person In all
that throng cared whother she lived or
Three weeks after the publication of
"A Taker of Crumbs" she found lying
on the table in the lower hall an en
velope without the name of a news
paper on It. The postmark was New
York. She climbed the steps leading
to her room and sat down on her couch
: to rend the letter. "Dear Lady o'
Mine" yes, It was addressed to her.
"Who would have believed that there
was so loving a little woman In the
world? May I call tonight? That's
rather soon, I admit, but well, I am
very lonely, too. Will."
Anne Stacey got up and dropped
the packet of lettohs In the Japanese
waste basket. She looked the one let
ter, Just received, envelope and all, In
her bureau drawer in a place left for
Miss Ruth Klrkpatrlck and Mrs.
Ackland-Hood arrived from San Fran
cisco yesterday and are at the hospita
ble home of Judge and Mrs. John A.
Society since Sunday has been suf
fering from nervous prostration, as
Dohl Baret announced that she would
continue with us until 1910. The gods
Mrs. William G. Sharp and Mrs.
Thomas B. Davis will entertain at
bridge whist and luncheon at the Alta
club on Thursday morning. It will
probably be the most elegant event of
the fall, as the hospitality of the two
hostesses Is so well known.
Mrs. O. J. Salisbury entertains today.
Miss Katherine Judge Is up from tho
Cottonwood ranch and a guest of Miss
P. A. CosgrlfC, the Cheyenne banker,
Is at the Kenyon for a short visit with
his sisters and brother.
Some of the younger ofllcers and la
dles of Fort Douglas are talking of a
german to be given In the post hall
during the early winter.
Mr. Parsons left for Denver yester
Samuel Newhouse was In Pittsburg
yesterday and expected to leave right
away for the West.
Those who enjoyed the hospitality of
j On the Pacific Slops.
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SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 20. Agents of
a Chicago grain house are here buying
wheat for tho En.stern market. It Is sold
that SOO.000 bushels of wheat have been
bought lu Oregon and Washington for
shipment cast. .
SANTA ROSA. Cal.. SopL 20. Thcro is
great activity In the hop market of Sono
ma county and many sales have bcon
made. Only about 2700 bales of hops re
main unsold In the hands of the growers.
Sales have been made at 2Gi cents and 27
SAN DIEGO. Cal.. Sept. 2C.-The first
engine to cross the International boundary
II up on the Southern Paclllc'tf new road
through Imperial valley went over on
Thursday at Culcxlco, drawing a woric
train nnd crew of men.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 26. The Union
Iron works, ono of I ho properties of the
former United States Shipbuilding corpor
ation, was sold at public auction today by
order of the. Federal court of the District
of New Jersey. Price $1,700,000.
PORTLAND, Or. Sept. 28. An Invita
tion will bo extended to tho President of
the United Statcn to open tho Lewis and
Clark exposition noxt year by closing an
ck-ctric circuit in Washington which will
put lis motion the mnchlnery. unfurl tho
hags and pennants and discharge a salute
of 101 guns.
H-H V H I n M M II M M M
5 NOTABLE DEAD OF DAY J
HH HI H H H H H H-H MttMt
rtoti-V CITY la.. Sopt. 20. Judge- C. II.
Tii?JSf BliS'aty died today after lin
gering Illness. He was ono of the bent
known lawyera In Iowa,
for soino tlmo.
DETMOLD, Germany, Sept. 2fi, Count
Ernst, regent ot tho principality of Llppe.
iif dead. Ho was born In 1S31.
IIAI 1TAX. N. S.. Sept. 2G, John F
fStiilios. banker ami capitalist of this city,
and one of the woalthlcat mon In Eastern
Canada, died of pneumonia today.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Pearsall at the
Alta club Sunday evening were given a
musical treat of rare excellence.
Tho Alta club mombers are talking
of the annual ball to be given probably
the week after New Year's day.
The club festivities are expected to
be greatly added to the coming season
now that the University club has such
a perfect building for entertaining.
Sunday evening tea is again the fnd.
Ono bright woman has such a little
gathering every Sunday evening and
one home, which keeps open house on
this night, Is always a delightful place
Comfort, tea comfort, actu
ally costs nothing; good tea
is cheaper than no tea at all.
In every package of Schilling' I DeitTcaii a book-.
let: Hoa- To Make Good Tea,
S WE RRB IT! 1
i AND KNOW IT. 1
bouttr7o WQnt you t0 JUDGE I
if our madc-to-mcouro ft
1 $20 SUITS ARE NOT WORTH W5.
, SUITS $10.50 to $20; worth up to f
' $35. I
! PANTS $-1. 00 to $6.60; worth up
i to $10
All suits mado by us kept In re
' pair FREE of chargo for ono year.
The Western Tailors,
159 South Main St.. 2nd floor. j
OPEN UNTIL 0 PM.
fuaw 1 1 I ihrtil I I id rmTBTTrrfTTWIHI
K In the beautiful suburb of OrGilaud. j
H California. Confars digreva and j
I grantx diplomas. Seminary j
H course accredited to the Univcrfiltlci 'j
Ti nnd leodlne Eastern CoIIckcb. Frill v
term opens J?t;xruf0, 1904. Write i
E for Handsomely Illustrated catalocue-
E MRS. C.T.MILLS, Prec. ,
1 Hiiro College P. 0., California Kf
fxhe Path of the Average 1
I Piano Purchaser is 1
j Beset With Thorns. J
I A cheap piano 13 ofttimca marked H
at u high price In ordor to throw H
something off tin an Inducement. H
i Vc put nothing on to throw off, U
Ono price plain figures. Wo sou Si
tho bulk of tho planoa In tho State. W
ICarstcnsen & Anson Co. 1
Tcmplo of Mu.slc. H
..74 MAIN STREET., j
jo Successors to Daynes Music Co. jg
:BKSSIe KM You Have.
I Always Bought
ANtgefablePrcparallonforAs- :f ' ' w
similaiinfitheFoodandBcgiila- te ff
UnglheStomaclisandJBms'elsor JjG&rS til0 $
' I Signature A y
Promotes Digcslion.Checrfur- 1$ M lyr
ness and Eest.Contains neither $ i? ffl E?
Opium.Korpliine nor'Miiieral. m 01 ft lL
Jtet'pt afOIdHrSAItUELPTTCKKR vj
JKnxplcm Seed" A M w
Jlx-Senjut I W Hifn .
I h & KV 111
f I XtftyrwSaYcr. J f h If -c t
Apcrfcc! Remedy for ConsUrw- j
i fion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea p Ilk
Worn .Convulsions .Feverish- gt I $f P - w (f -
; ness and Loss of Sleep. $ If Ol 0 wBf
; Thirty Years
THO OCflTAUn OOHPANY. NCW YORK CITY.
MM I"' LW-t-Mf I H,i.UfiSlgaaae3BHI ll lldl nnMWIF""l',trtJ, Jl I III L..I..I'J.IIIJLL IIJ HtWV
iimmm mm stsbe mw I
I This is the kind of i
,t weather that makes the
Topcoat an absolute ne
S 'ns c0 enough to
j yWVj SMf' i cause discomfort to the
: 0Wm Wm And make every posses- !
WKkriA LM eor of a Topcoat gin d that
i I mMWMn Fm s,lch a sensible dressy i
J'wflW 1 M m???lrjrp garment is available.
mm nm 7 M 1 J iri joy f u" beneflt of iL
wwW jkF 11 Rf From 0UI" new showinff
: iMm 1M yu ean malce a pleasing
i if JM choice, from 10 to 30. j
1 V) li a'u coats and reg-
ular Overcoats are ready, J
i PRICE Ja P0 ijARDNER MAW STREET
THE QUALITY STORE
jfflBWffiriBT WWi'i -in in n nuj
j j FOSTER'S I
Sywvk. 'Sr & Patent dress street shoe, mill- 3
C tary heel, welt solo, Vassar last, !
SK regular price $D.OO.
1. Fall Syles: we have others.
ffw Gfeat bnrgain' thiS-
,607 WE ABE SELLING OUT.
fl? 73 The Moore Shoe Co.
zjr 258 So. Main.
NOTHING BUT BUTTER
Made by the now modem creamery whoro purity and .cleanliness arc first
Faust Greamery SappSy o.Sf
HALL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHERIA REMEDY
l"or tho Mouth. Throat, mm MaV.r Pni!c-B For Sal CJ' AH Drufrgiuts
Stomach and Bowolu MUY01 a.uo nntl General Stores
NELDEN-JUDSON DRUG CO., General Agent. SALT LAKE CITY, DTAU
Any flloli ieraon who baa never used I
1 ZJquozone should write the Liquid
I Ozone- Co.. Wabash ave.. Chi- I
eaKO. They will nend you an order on 1
your drucKlit for a W-cent bottle free, H
If you will state tho dLucaso to bo R
treated 2-H. O. F. E.
f U Crystal eafe
239 HLAm STREET.
T Has Opened.
7L Open day ard nlirbt. Tel. 001-Y. n.
Tray Orders Solicited. 5
. - ''HlsH
E5TAB Lf 3 M ED (IS64- I . 1
j ONE. PRICE TO ALL .NEVER UNDERSOLD 1 ,
j The FIRST DAY OF OUR. I !' 1
l Proved a success far beyond our expectations, and tho GEU UJJNiv- ffl ij ! j
: NESS OF THE THOUSANDS OP BARGAINS OPPERED MADERA 1 h 11
i PLEASED CUSTOMER OP EVERY VISITOR TO THE -STORE. I y' j
OVERWHELMING 1 I
Is but a poor word to express tho mighty multitude at this sale today. I j-'l ; lH
1 Although wo had mado extraordinary preparations to accommodate ffi " '
0 tho crowds wo anticipated, yet it surpassed our facilities, that hun- I '
: dreds were compelled to wait, and in some cases go away without H ;f
purchasing one-half they wanted. H Vj v
j TODAY I I; '. I
; Extra salespeople will be here to wait upon you, and you-will find H yi j ' ' (
1 no difficulty or delay in getting your CURTAIN "WANTS attended I
to. Be here in tho morning if you can.
Ipy" ' '-sram Stands for "Some people don't I ,' i i
t Lg like us." It's a fact, and there's H j.j
i Bfi'Si' no UGe t,eanB' nround the bush I '., J
CB about it. We CoDect Bad Debts 1 ; iH
f iSgS jKf S 7 from Dead Beats. There may H 1
i L l come a time when we will be H ll
' 'vCS a awarded a prize at the State fair M
m jfV for the best exhibit of Bad
i. Va5v Debts Collected; if so you want I IH
f . come and seo the exhibit. D ll
J jMslK y 6iL e 77 guarantee an exhibit I ,
-ef4ffi&wUi that will interest the most I i ,
jf Jjp languid and cause smiles of ap- I ' i
I Mj lT! probation to ripple over faces I !J j
iMf that haven't rippled for years. n ftL aH
i 'fi'S' ff Here's a sample of a few wo H I5 !
;5 'Z?W collected last week: -
8 ' I ft"' ' V'B
WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED I ft jjT,
umm $84.00 I ' v
' In gold last week for "William laot week for W, J. Robinson of 1 k".
5 Klrkup of Franklin. Idn. It was an Grantsvillc. It was an old debt four- H ft
$ old torn and battered note, hnd to be teen years of ace. Had two .suits In H K,
pinned to Itself court over this, and won both. Iff k ijl
WE COLLECTED "'E COLLECTED "J '
! $35J0 I k
i i. t ,t , Inst week for Jacob Aurea from a I 1 1 I
I last week for Mrs. Anna Liday, for man ,n Oklahoma. Tho man was I ; ' JH
J?om an 0 0 P "Is frend years npo and Aurea loaned I 1 JH
i It R. man. nlm the nioney. IIH
j WE COLLECTED WB COLLECTED 1 j
last weok for Castleton Bros., for last week for Tho Murray Mercan- I jl ' '1
3 a grocery bill seventeen years old. tile Co., from a man who went Into H 4' IflH
'i Tho mun that paid It sayn he'll bankruptcy. We had two fights In $(;. ,BH
; hire us whon he has a hard case court over this, but wo won in both B A IBH
j to fight and wants to win It. courts H ,'
i't Does anybody owe you 7 Do you want tho money? If so write or call I jH
( on is. If wo did not know wo could collect your bills wo would not bo H JJ,,' HPA1
iJ BpendlnfT SOOO this year for advert Islntr. This nd will brhiR us Bad Dcbta m jl
TA to collect. We will collect them and make commissions thereon. H 1 , ,
Don't think your bills aro too bad but send them In. H n ,t rflHI
5 Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts. Publishers of Credit Ratine Books. M ll ' Ifll
Reporters ot how peoplo pay. H 'IH
BHome Offices, Top Floor Commercial Block. I 1
FRANCIS O, LUKE, General Manager. fl ,,,
"Some Peoplo Don't Like Us." H j , jH
-116 Main 5t.s3
j Modern j
pretty Hats at 1
I J?PuIar I
I jPrices I
1 Includes special discount to 1
1 dealers. Every hat a style H
That, Have j p jH
Arrived I l;l H
In new tints and shapes of I L l
Whiting's celebrated stationery ; iAI
aro unusually fetching this iH
season. We hnvo also tho sta- 1 rj lll
pie shapes and shades at prices K '1 'HIH
at 25 cents the box and up. No R! ' '1
trouble to uso correct station- Bi 'B
cry at such a price. Hp''''
Schramm If I
mbcre the gars t