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Of INTEREST TO WOMEN H
:1 WHIGH? "
j BY S. Ii. TINSLEY.
iy, 19. by S. L. Tlnalcy.)
"cot solng out In all this
r- Betty turned around
leoSed at her mother.
Because It Is pouring.
(tSl( It? rm not afraid of
$ young lady clasped her
w snap, unfastened her
tripped out beneath the
Squares had been cov
ttr saw a young- man
-Sd her Jnck WInalow
:jS and stopped. Betty
tlUr, Jack, what tempted
SSed Mies Betty away
SUs and novels 7"
Vi'B ww picture.
St's Just excuse. Say
Jack looked anscl
jjly at his companion. Miss
m-j more deeply.
:nc, said she, and to
fStlked down the street.
r,he art gallery they hunt-nach-talkcd-of
Ve YCe standing before
admiration. The painting
a room, seated in the fore
Uch was the figure of a
mu sown. Her black hair
"SKd wAansed In soft, thick
f fkth sides of her fair, pale
m J fbksx hand she held two roses
A t iria Pink one. The troubled
tart her toc t0,d oC,pe5p,wX:
-t iKtlon was to bo solved, but
J Sm'iiouH not be found.
? f dm! hcr nands w,th dc
;M ifi. cried, "how perfectly beau-
tW Oh, Jack, Isn't she Isn't
5 3? man smiled down upon
-iitlc girl at his side.
5 psVeiullful, but not perfect"
$ j crisfd her eyes wide with
"1 c' continued the young man,
a f fcrit tot to have any trouble In
w yihi !be wanta for her hU8
jlfat' One man might be rich
.M ether man poor. Don't you
lei?Stp!ak rose is small and pale,
?? Will other rose Is a full-blown
Mballljcf rich, velvety red."
. iliicok his head.
iJfcfcTjht ehould not hesitate for
ilL Due muuiu umu mo
Ik poor and miserable all her
aFbjslred Betty, mischievously,
idiereble, but poor and happy,
S"l EWlrslow was watching his com-
KtiTt fifacf, Beitv laughed.
' v t replied she, "perhaps you
i ft, titer all. Here comes Prank
j t!, tccder young man walked
A tjtp to MIs3 Bettj's side, 'and,
j, i ? tightly to Jack, he turned
' I tie picture,
V remarked he, after a mo
jlBiEfcDcc, "ehe Is In a fix, Isn't
QHk or red; It's down to a choice
fBrtrite color, It seems to me."
jB'tt all," replied Jack, testily:
Hj j :he lovo best?"
B Frank elevated his brows
V surprised, "Isn't that about
ttld? Ehe has a chance to
hr favorite now, and why
fe do It without so much
ohadbeen silently admlr-
s Nights for Mothar
DP ALL HOPE OF EVER
!fc?o?moh"3rbeen sufrerln for
sujK p, as her ailment was very
Sjven up all hope
Bu- as a last re-
the n hanKe was
flB child n rsi "PPHcatlon. I
ioffuath V'lth Cutlcura
IKlilh th Pay; each tl,lle fol
""m. l t.UtlcUra Ointment,
tCRlh?r4 lw? bott,e3 oC the
lllPr2S r. wlth lhe Soap,
;JbSKn rcvro-, 1 subm
ffW143? thouy, SUCCe83 and as-
LWIS? 0 8ufrercra in
if T B' JONES.
IP Hen i dlnst011' Ind. T.
,"4tWis ,1" treatment of the
K11 and vUemove the SCQ-les
fflj flfiSA"- SP- The
iSBSuire fS ands- anklcs and
W1 ofun JLR w,th which thcBc
Ak P Pleci nfWhe disable
fllffHtUct. ieS?f foft cloth and
JBHquiq, n lthe Resolvent,
Tti"1"'" doses. Do
Wnds. athlne' and
IKrL vlT? ,f Chocola
Ing the plcturo during the convereu
tlon, now turned again toward hcr
"She 1b a girl, you know?"
"Yes," roplicd both of the young
men at the Game time.
"A girl," continued Betty, has to
wonder sometimes whether Bhe knows
her own mind or not. Here are two
men. Both are kind and attentive to
the girl. Both offer her tho best that
he has to give. Both pay her the high
est compliment that a man can pay
to a woman, for each one In turn asks
her to be his wife. Hero on the other
hand Is riches: a life with every wish
Granted. a mother and father mado
comfortable and a husband who loves
you. If she docs not love him. eho
respects and admires him. On tho
other hand are a life of everlasting
economy, a home whoro there may
always bo the necessities of life, but
very few of tho luxuries; a father and
mother who must continue in their
same circumstances: a little trip now
and then when there chances- to be an
excursion; and a husband who loves
you, who denies himself for you, and
whom you In your turn Iotc. Which
shall it be?"
Without a moment's hesitation both
of the young men answered, "Tho
man you love."
Betty was twisting the chain of her
satchel around her finger. She laughed
and shook her head when sho heard
"Well. I sec that you are 'both as yet
at the romantic age."
Frank Carlylo looked down into the
fair. Bwcot face close beside him. Betty
looked at Jack Wlnslow. Ho was
frowning. Then turning her face onco
more toward Frank, and looking mis
chievously sideways at Jack, sho jsald,
Frank laughed and looked at his
"Half past four," said he. "Well. I
must be off. If you were going," look
ing first at Betty, then at Jack, "why.
It's so beastly unpleasant. I thought,
perhaps I might give you a lift in the
carriage." Jack declined with thanks.
A deep dimple shadowed Betty's pink
cheek for a moment. Then, looking
demurely at Jack she answered Frank's
"I would be ever so much obliged to
you if you would Just drop me at my
door. Mother scolded becauso I came
out, and it will appease her wrath
somewhat to know that I camo home
without being touched by tho rain."
Jack said nothing, but his .face was 1
very pale when Betty gave him her
hand at the carriage door. Frank tried
to coax him to change his mind, but
Jack wa firm, becauso Betty did not
second tho invitation. Just as the
carriage door was about to bo closed
Botty leaned out.
"Oh. Mr. Wlnslow. I have doolded
to go to the Freeman dance Friday
night," Then tho carriage rolled away.
When they arrived at Betty's home
neither Frank Carlylo nor his compan
ion saw the figure standing In the
shadow of a tree on the opposite Bide
of the street, and when Frank left
Betty at the door and sprang again
into hie carriage. Jack Wlnslow walked
away with a sigh of relief.
"Anyway," murmured he, "she didn't
ask him to come in."
Friday night and the Freoman ball
camo at last. Betty stood before her
mirror looking at hor reflection. The
whit mullo gown, a gift from her
aunt, who so rarely gavo her niece any
thing worth mentioning, was very be
coming to the girl. She had arranged
her hair after tho style of Mr. Elf
land's famous picture, and she smiled
as sho looked at the change it made
in her appearance.
"If I weren't quite so pink and
round I might look something like her,
but eho was pale and Bad. Some
how I am not sad, I don't know why,
but I feel happy, wonderfully happy."
Turning away from hcr mirror, sho
was Just about to wrap herself In her
cloak when her Bister entered tho room
carrying two narrow, whlto boxes.
Betty dropped her cloak, took the
boxes, nnd, opening one of them, lifted
out a deep, rich red rose, fresh and
fragrant, proudly drooping Its hoavy
head, and filling the room with Its
odor. Betty examlncjd the box, but
thero was no card. trying the roses
upon the toble and turjnlng to the other
box, ehe lifted from ins depths a long
stemmed, half-blown pink roBO, deli
cate and yet wonderfully sweet. This
rose was also without a card.
"How strange," murmured tho girl,
"that they should both havo had the
For a moment Betty stood silent.
The two roses lay upon tho table.
Suddenly she heard her mother's voice
calling to her that It was time to
start. Wrapping hcr cloak about her,
Betty turned and ran lightly down
tho stairs. A moment later the sound
of carriage wheels rumbled along the
But tho roses? There was only one
rose now lying upon the table; only
one, but Its heavy perfume filled the
whole room and its heart glowed like
a great ruby.
University club members arc Interested
in the talk that Walcott Thompson's en
gagement to on Eastern belle is to. bo an
nounced shortly. The feminine portion of
tho Country club Ls equally Interested, as
for soveral years Mr. Thompson has been
ono of Its most popular mcmbera and
prominently Identified with its manage
ment. At both clubs It ls tho subject of
tho hour and tho young clubman is being
deluged with congratulations, although
the formal announcement ls yet to come,
At the Country club today Mrs. Edward
S. Ferry will entertain at a luncheon in
honor of her sister and a sister of Mr.
Ferry's, both being guests hero at tho
present time. Naturally those Invited ex
pect to enjoy a rare afternoon, as is
usually the case wh?n accepting the hos
pitality of thl3 hostess.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Glcndinnlng and
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pearsall will leave
on Monday for quite a tour of the Ea-t,
including, of course, the St. Louis cxpo-
Miss McCornlck will entortaln at a
Country club luncheon on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. E G. Woolloy. Jr.. leave.
Tor St. Louis today.
Mrs. O. J. Salisbury was hostess yes-.
FURNISHED THE TIP.
Charley Protected His Employer
Against Extortion of tho Portor.
In the employ of a certain Salt Lake
man is an old servant, who although
he has full charge of his employer's
rather extensive stables, scorns the
title of coachman and still calls him
self the "hired man," as he did when,
his master was running a small ranch.
The house of the gentleman ls a
handsome ono, and carries a full reti
nue of servants, who rather look down
on Charley, on account of his lack of
"style," but his employer and Charley
are on the best of terms and they are
frequently to be found together In the
stables talking over old times nnd
smoking corncob pipes.
The gentleman In question recently
had occasion to go to Denver to look
after some horses he Intended pur
chasing, and while he thinks his own
opinion !s the best on financial mat
ters, he always consults Charley when
It cornea to horses, consequently the
old "hired man" went with him.
Charley look his first ride In a Pull
man on this trip, and spent the even
ing in the smoker, where he was en
tertained by a group of traveling men.
Among other things Charley learned
that it was customary to tip the porter.
The idea was a new one to him, and
he cogitated long over it before de
ciding on Ills plan of action.
FlnaJlv he made up his mind to "de
liver the goods" and hunted up the
colored factotum in charge and handed
him a dime. Then he went to his mus
ter's berth and spoke to him. Mr.
Blank had retired for the night and
did not hear the first call, nnd then
Charley raised his voice.
"Mr. Blank, Mr. Blank, wake up.
"Yes, ves, Charley, what ls It?"
came the rather testy reply from the
"I Jest wanted to tell ye, Mr. Blank,
not to tip that nigger. I give him a
torday at a delightful luncheon In honor
of Mrs. Sharp and Mrs. Davis.
Mrs. George T. Wallace entertained at
tho Porches yesterday tho ladles of St.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Kingsbury Fischer
entertained at ono of their delightfully in
formal dinners last evening.
Mrs. Charles W Flflold entertained at
The Brldgo club meets with Mla3 Zano
nt tho Country club on Thursday.
Mlco McGrath gives a luncheon at tho
Country club today.
Col. and Mrs. Holmes and Miss Holmes
will leavo for tho East today.
Tho event of today will b6 tho luncheon
at tho Alta club following a bridge party,
tho hostesses being Mrs. Davis and Mrs.
Mrs. Thomas Marloneaux Is tho guest
of Mrs. Gcorgo W. Snow for a fow days.
Mrs. C. S. Williamson of Denver ls tho
guest of Mrs. Wamlck for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hampton havo re
turned from Atlanta, Ga., and tho world's
We don't mind the money
the moneyback money
there isn't much of it.
Your grocer retumi your inoary It you don't Ilk
1 Is aroused at onco when I
I ono sees our stock of 1
i rings. B
3 There are over two thou- I
I sand, and wo can fit any R
1 finger and purse. I
V I y When, you know,
i . AM'y xilcConahay's dol
affizr$if' nr alarm clock
J 3 nTTtrotf-l Tvr111 ffet you up
' Ut5 .Vllifr C" iy run chances
gwT JJh. on the 7C-cent
If you desire your coat to be 'J
j distinctive, original and up-to-date I
s in style and lit, by all means see W'Si
j Small opening in coat collar and . JS ft
I cut high, so they lay snug up to g'S I
neck, concave shoulder, wide iMmA
shoulder effect. Novelty patterns WBk,
I and plain colors. Wm
j $15 to $35. fgpH
We also shovr the -best line of ISpS
men's fine furnishings and hats in 'JP1 j
j And it is our pleasure to show
imnfftY--.T.-ifcii.-iit.Mii I'd.H Mgg'PM W I I N 1'HgsaMaiBggl Mil i)
j 153 MAIN-EAST SIDE. !
UNDER ELECTRIC SIGN "GRAY'S."
i i milium M""iffirrTrmil
Patent dress street shoe, mili- b
tary heel, welt solo, Vassar last, 1
regular price 5.00.
Fall Syles: we have others, f
Great bargain, thjs.
WE ABE SELLING OTJT.
The Moore Shoe Co. 1
258 So. Main. ?
BRAND BUTTER. "
NOTHING BUT BUTTER S
Made by the new modern creamery where purity and cleanliness are first
HALL'S CANKER AM DIPHTHERIA REMEDY
For tho Mouth, Throat, am rsI.oV(r Pailc- For Salo by All Drugfflsts
Stomach and Bovcl3 iv-i i aii2 und acncral Stores
NELDEN-JUDSON DRUG CO., Genera! Ageut. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
' - i i i
ESTABLISHED e& 1' !,'
ONE'PRlcrTO ACL never .undersold I
j THE FIR.ST TWO DAYS OF I j
OUR. GREAT FALL SALE OF I ! fl
Was a remarkable demonstration of thif? store's power -and 1 '' ' '
popularity. How many people do you suppose came here this i. jj.ji' H
jj week and bought Curtains? There's no telling. Crowds came. 1' j
1 The mails were flooded with orders. Dozens of extra sales- I , l.
2 people were added to the Curtain forces: The third day of Cur- 1 !) ,
i tain Sale starts with assortments just as complete as the first, 1 jj ,
for every line has been vigorously reinforced. Stocks are just I ji : i
i as fresh as if the sale was just opening. Qualities are the same. 1 I1! . ! !
v Prices are just as delightfully pleasing. 1 i ' t
5 There never was a better-time to buy Curtains, Portieres, 1 j'j j jH
Couch Covers, Table Covers. H ijj i!
1 COME TOMORROW j jl '
lySjYKESliWALKEAS jjf: I
JjSS-'' fl If your feet feci pinched, don't blame the wcalhcr fjjl '
H M or mc mak-n who tmzed your foot a.n hour a. go. i JH
l JI Buy Cro3ett Sho next time nd you will know v j i, ' ll
flu J-Hl the full mea.ning of olid comfort. W ''' '
flo;i'',;.,ir:'!'-'jp 1 vcur dealer Ux not kup ttm, rrit e mi. j&tF
r 1 r.
B Be a standard bearer and make your standard that I Bli''Vv ' Jl
good old rye blend that everybody drinks "R. & L. M 'jB
I PvIEGEB, & LINE-LEY. I ffij.j '
"Tho Whiskey Merchants." 1 Wji,
t Stands for "Some people don't Bi!
like us." It's a fact, and there's ffli iH
no use beating' aroind tho bush Br! iH
about it. Wo Collect Bad Eobts Hfe' j
from Bead Beats. There may Bjjlj
come a time -when we will bo mi- l '
awarded a prize at the State fair mm
for the best exhibit of Bad ,
Debts Collected; if so you want H fw.V'
to come and sec the exhibit. I BfflHI ' 1
We will guarantoo an oxhibit ffi H),' r
that will interest the most Hp'!
languid and causo smiles of ap- H fflyj'
probation to ripplo over faces H D bft jf
that haven't rippled for years. II
Hero's a sainplo of a few we I I l ijl
collected last week: I I !
In pold last week for William
fl Klrkup of Franklin, Ida. It wns nn
Sold torn and battered note, had to bo
pinned to Itself.
fj WE COLLECTED
lnat week for Mra. Anna Llday, for
room and board from a skip out
& R. R. man.
j WE COLLECTED
2 last week for Caatloton Bros., for
1 a Kroccry bill .seventeen yoara old.
3 Tho mnn that paid It saya he'll
a hlro ue when ho has a hard case
' to ilKht and wants to win It.
Does anybody owo you? Do you
; on ua. If we did not know wn could
d spending SOOO this year for advert la
y to collect. Wo will collect them and
; Don't think your bills aro too bat
WE COLLECTED 1 I i'
$6400 I (I
last weok for W. J. Roblnnon of I lj H
Grantsvlllo. It was an old debt four- m !J . H
tcon years of aire. Had two julta In 1 u M
court over this, and won both. H ml' .1
WE COLLECTED 1 jH
Inot wcok for Jacob Aurcs from a I H 1 J
man In Oklahoma, Tho man wrb H Hi iH
his friend years ago and Aurcs loaned m ml 1
him the money. H H
WD COLLECTED I Bp..' j
Inst week for Tho Murray Mercan- I Wit.' il
tllo Co., from a man who wont Into 1 BR r ll
bankruptcy. Wo had two fights In I 1 j jH
court over thla. but wo won in both 1 n jH
tvant tho money? If so wrlto or call I ffif j ll
collect your bills wo would not bo'H H iH
Inc. This ad will bring uo Bad Debts 1 H I M
make commla.ilons thorcon. I ml,; jH
1 but send thum in. H H
mMm PROTECTIVE ASS'N. i!
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts. Publishers of Credit Ratine Books, H m 'il
. Reporters of how pooplo pay, H W If. jH
Home Offices, Top Floor Commercial Block. I Jj
F7LVNCIS G. LUKE, Gnoral Mnnacor. I WW I IH
"Soma Peoplo Don't Llko Us," l 1