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JM0B6,OCl , SALT TBIETmE PAGE FIVE
j OF. INTEREST TO WOMEN i
m"the end of it.
1 BY RICHARD B. S HELTON.
(ISM, by Richard B. Shel
stood very stiff ana
folded arms. Outlined
background of dull sky
r his figure seemed al
:jtepcsplte his clothes of
i cut. there was something
ftf the Bronze Age about
fint of rugged, primitive
y s Desboro realized sud
the mask of conventional
d teen thrown aside and
tood before her all of the
mltlve man that lay be-
ago she had been In
taugh; now there was a
atlon tugging at her heart,
j it was pity or fear she
ii This was the stage of
she generally found most
hi-, climax, where she al
her surprise and sor
and up the wounded heart
to, of good, sisterly ad
bad particularly enjoyed
Hon of giving this slster
lo Vandyne, but somehow
on bade fair to fall short
cipatlon. Vandyne's eyes
rch the secret corners of
j teneath that calm, atoni
es stunned and helpless,
to feel rather than hear
dp voice saying with
iraWlaie vou, Miss Desboro.
,3 a the game before, but never
G this. You hae thorough-
ell ltaflno points."
hii UP wlth an appealing
Hi j: Teat same appealing glance
fcsUr George F.t Downey,.
Jj-MSaUB Army. Is expected to ar
jjjjii city on a visit within the
23fe lijs. Mrs Downey is now
IBlut Tliltlng her relatives, some
have but recently returned
I'lcopj. She Is at Atlantic City
ttl Jl' Francis S. Bascom wero
ei lutes at a delightful little
tt evening In honor of Mrs.
cliijg p G, Sharp and Mrs. Thomas
iiSTi i141"1"1 10 ??ew "rorlc this
t-1. '' Is quite a gathering of old
u.d, as Is usually the case
jejojlng an event at this home,
t pal Ised a truly delightful
, fl; Iks. Morrow this afternoon Mrs.
frKttt9 will entertain a few
iKa Gentry of St. Louis and
fI F, Pancake of Kansas are vls-
"Stem abroad I
filiRSBURG, Oct 3. Lleut.-Gen.
w- Gwrnor-General of Kleff, has
lljff Kli,J Itavc of absence.
Zm JERSBURG. Oct. 3. Bmbassa
fnal j-rnlck has been granted leave
to go to the United States
Tff S?1 Pirate buslneES. He leaves
Iftl S L 3.-Frederlck Augustus
IVT l;e sculptor of the Statuo of
fti'6 York bay. Is critically
f;iB?lpSBURG. Oct. 3.-Tho rc
;ftl abroad during tho last
Emperor had received
-' SK!!i.l,c reports from Lleut.-Gen.
5teIE.KSTAD Norway. Oct 3.
'Mt'f5 rlt' s,r Jonn Lawrcnco.
fru s struck on sunken
Jjfc!'-cae this harbor, and brokon up.
tftifm' trc drowned
Hfl Azores Island. Oct. 3. Tho
fmr. 2iQuxll'ary cruiser Mnyllow
jmj&Vty 3--Tho St James Ga
rtW'e.lato William Vernon Har
bv,1' refused a peerage, and
jMapted the honor, would have
TjMgfr JJaron Malwood on the
P 2.-Emperor William. In
cm., of Htu(ly fQr Prmcea
. Oscar and Joachim, has
irsp of comprehensive lcc
:t. 3,-Chlncso who loft
tober l, and who were
1 MB i
had saved the situation for her many
.times before this, But for onco It
failed; the primitive man before her
was unmoved by its eloquence.
"Do you think you are quite fair to
me?" she usked with an attempt at
hauteur that fell pathetically flat
Yandyne smiled slowly. "Do you
think you have been fair to me?" he
Tho girl pulled her gloves nervously.
"I don't know what you call fair."
she said. "You grasp at straws; you
take possibilities for certainties."
"Vandyne laughed harshly. "In other
words, I have made the ghastly mis
take of thinking you Imbued with all
the qualities of the perfect woman,
when in reality you aro a heartless
The girl sprang to her feet, her eyes
"You are going too far, Mr. Van
dyne!" she said, heatedly. "You are
saying thlng3 quite beyond boundB of
courtesy or or decency!"
Vandyne was unmoved by tho out
burst He looked at her with a oalm
that was almost contemptuous.
"I am not speaking with the Inten
tion of being courteous or decent I
am simply stating the truth as I see
it. If it hurts, I am sorry, but you de
The girl flushed.
No man had ever before spoken to
her in this fashion, but beneath her
anger was a .wholesome respect for the
courage and candor of the man.
"Of course you have the right to Bay
all this," she said bitterly.
"You have given me the right," ho
"Oh, it's always tho girl's fault, of
itlng at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mur
ray Schick on Eighth East street.
Mrs. Frank P. Swindler Is at the
Keith apartment house for. the pres
Mrs. Ed Parsons was hostess last
evening at a theater party for Miss
Ruth Kirkpatrlck. Afterwards the
guests enjoyed a supper at the home of
the hostess. Mr. Parsons had to leave
at midnight for Idaho.
Miss Zano will entertain the members
of the younger Bridge club on Thurs
The army was well represented at the
first production of "Arizona" at the
Grand last night.
Mrs, Luelwltz is in the city visiting
the McMillans. She will be the guest
ofhonor at a party this week given by
Isaac and Dan Alexander are back
after a month passed at St Louis.
Tennis Is engrossing the minds of
many of the maids as well as matrons,
A tea set is worth having and the win
ner will be the hostess at many a tea,
Just to be able to serve from the prlise.
previously engaged In burying tho dead,
say the effect of the Itusslan shells and
machine guns Is terrific. The slopes of a
high hill were littered with mangled bod
ies and severed head and limbs.
COPENHAGEN, Oct 3. A ministerial
crisis here, which had long been threat
ened, has been averted, assurances of
support having been Riven by hla col
leagues to Minister of Justice Albert,
who Insisted on bringing in a law to re
establish the whipping post for thugs.
STATE FAIR AND CONFER
ENCE. Beduced Bates.
Conference visitors use the Salt Lake
Boute. The usual reduced rates are In
effect. Tickets sold at Tin tic, Santa
quin and intermediate points October
3rd to 9th, inclusive. Limit for return,
October 12, 1904. Tickets sold at all
other points October 3rd to ,8th, inclu
sive. Limit for return, October 1C, 1904.
Remember our depot Is only Ihrec
blocks from Temple Square. See agents
for full particulars,
Try Council Liquor House for wine
and liquor. Lowest prices and flrst
clus3 goods. 10 E. 1st So. st
C. BONETTI. Propr.
S600.00 for Plumber.
we collected this amount for a Salt
Lake plumber last week. It was
twelve veara old.
Merchants' Protective Ass'n., scien
tific collectors of bad debts.
FRANCIS G. LUKE,
Gen'l Mgr., top floor Comm'l Blk.
Some people don't like us.
1 On the Pacific Slope.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 3.-Lato last
night Paul Sassavo shot Elvira Croco in
tho head and then turned tho plotol on
himself. Only sIlKht scalp wounds wero
lnlllctcd. Jealously wns tho cause,
SAN FRANCISCO" Oct 3.-Tho United
States Circuit Court of Appeals held Us
first meeting of tho October term hero
today. Circuit Judk-cs Ro.ss. Gilbert and
Morrow and District Judgo Hawloy wero
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 3.-Sorpoant
Harry Curran. who was Injured In a
street car accident In-st night, died n. few
hours aftor being taken to tho hospital.
Pino Ptovo Applos.
N. B. Johnson of Provo loft at Tho
Tribune office yesterday a fino box or
Jonathan and Wolfe Rlvjr apples, the
lattor great cookers. Tho fruit was much
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Oct 3. Today's i state
ment of tho trcaaury balances In the gen
?ral fSnfl. excluslvo of the rj50.00p.000 gold
roservo In tho division or redemption,
shows- Available cash balances, ?15J,379,
C3; gold, S73.dTC.320.
course," she said. "A man mistakes
her motives, and then Bho must suffer
for his mistakes."
"Motives, I think you'll admit, are
rather hard to understand sometimes,"
The girl turned from him. "I am
going back to the house," she said
I had hoped we might be friends, but
since we can't, perhaps it's best not to
She started to walk away, but Van
dyne's voice stopped her.
"Walt a moment," he said, curtly,
"you shall hear a few things I have to
say before you leave."
Sho turned. "Well?" she asked wear
ily. "I want to say that it is such women
as you that make mlsogynists wo
men who lead men on to laugh at them
and make 6port of them." He paused.
"Is that all?" she asked coldly. '
"I novo known little, very little, of
women In my life," he went on, "and
I have always placed them mentally
In a shrine as something holy and sa
cred. Perhaps I should thank you for
She turned away again. Vandyno
could not see the tears In her eyes.
"It's an ill wind that blowB no good,"
ho went on cruelly. "At least you have
taught me that what seems to be and
what Is aro very different matters. That
Is all. Permit me to congratulate you
again, and goodbye!"
He turned on his heel and strode down
tho bank towards the water. The
sound of unrestrained sobbing made
him turn back. The girl was standing
quite still with her hands over her
eyes. He hurried up the bank and
stood before her, repentant and helpless
before her stormy grief.
"Good Lord!" he gasped contritely.
"What have I done?"
"You you have made me love you,
that's what you've done," she sobbrd.
And tho Bronze Man suddenly be
came very human.
How many families drink
good tea in this town, do you
How many drink poor?
How do you account for it?
Writo for our KnovUd Book, A Schilling lc
Company, Son Froncuco.
TftAaC fftZSn HAWK
Tired babies become rested
babies when fed on Mellin's
Food. Mellin's Food nour
ishes. You will be clad that you sent for a sampla
of Mellin's Food when you see how eagerly
baby takes It.
MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
rtnftlt?ppt?IT i mm Mill
I Tho ntoro's library of music cm- '
braces every composition, rrom t :
3 Bach and Beethoven, down to tho J
i latest rag-tlmo melody. A splendid
collection or cantatas, orulorloa v
1 and anthoms for church fcstlvalo. r
I Glad to nlay anything for you.
I Glad to havo you visit tho store ft '
i Victor Talking Mechlnc3. ,
ICarstensen & Anson Co. I ,
Tcmplo of Music. ?
..74 MAIN STREET.. ,
a Successors to Daynca Music Co. g '
Shlpmonts; just tho samo caro
ful attention and tho sanio hlGh
PEERY BROS. MILLIN0 CO.
' DIAMOND fl n
sl SETTER, k '
I we manuracturc everything In
Bpftclal Jowclry designs, mako over m
old Jowclry or buy It for old gold, a
Keop In stock OpaLs, Rubles, Din- r-
mondn, Sapphires, Jowolry, Sliver ft
Watches. Chains, Rings. Brooches,
etc. Vatoli umKinir. b.
259 SO. MAIN ST. I
1J. V7. CUKBIS,
(7 "W. 3rd Routh. Rnlt Lako City. j
City Buyers as Well as Gut-of-
Town People Will Be Treated to
Some Great Suit and Coat Valises
j Our handsome mixtures, cheviots and gent's cloth tailor-
I made suits will be placed at . ' I
$10.00, $14.00, $17.50 up to $35.00 !
Long coats, short coats and swell top coats in all the new
materials, will range from I
$10.00 &o $25.00 j
'At a price to close out. Sateen, mercerized and wash mate- ?
. 73c, 98c, $5.55 and $1.98. '
Smart Streot Hats $2.98 up to $4.98. '
; Handsomo Silk Wdists--$2.9d, $3.98, $4.98
and $5.98. f
Special hats 98c to 2.00 this week only.
'jyiwnji.ii.ii a-. j-t-uBur-i wnam. i.i i-mwiii-i hup igm.'.lPI-i
0ARDNER DAILY' STSM NEWS.
I j ' It matters not whether
; Vy 1 you buy a Gardner suit at
Jssrl rR fl Prco between the two;
(&0i$M Cl Wk most suit value your
; t'SW i3 llte money will buy anywhere.
FWMIII ou are sur0 entre
' vf 7 nrrwV If you've worn Gardner
I'll-d-li 'hTk clothes, you know this to
Rjfc3S !iJL be a fact.
"-V g fit will be a good occasion
'' to prove it.
Our Overcoats, Underwear, Shirts, Hats and all other
i clothes are sold on the same plan.
: ONE I D APIMIPO ,36'133
PRICE I I, yftatLPlLB MAIN STREET
THE QUALITY STOR
- MMg3Pagg' I I , IPViSggS! mr'LT. . I Iff1,1 .I.HIL.I lnnfTiin Im ..P'I 'II IM1P ii 'f pyv.
l CLOTMSMG STORE
J FOB, SALE I
iaj E, O'Reilly desires to retire from business and offers for salo X?
5 the lonc-eBtabllBhcd clothing atore at 210 Main street, with a lone 55
53 lease. A splendid opportunity for Investment. Best location In 1?
, g Salt Lako City, Utah. 'M
1 R Graed pportMsiity
- To buy Jlen'p Clothing, Furnishing Goodo, Hats, Shoes, etc, etc., at pin
a great reduction In price. Come and see for yourself. Purchasing epj
iij gooda now at this reliable house will bo monoy in your pocket
OF SHOES ,
For men, women and children.
Superior In workmanship, mate
rials, forms, stylea and fashions;
and always for less money than
Ben Davis, Prest. Aaron Levitt, Secy
238 and 240 Main. BotOi 'P.bonrvs G05
UTAH Bt DONG MrG COsZ
Better than any Eastern mako. Will
cost you lesb money. Ask your deal
er for thorn. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & MTg Ca,
Salt T-aJ:o OI ty, Utah.
Oe Crystal afe
X 230 MAIN STREET.
y Has OpentU. X
Open day and night. Tel. 301-Y. A.
W Tray Ordora Solicited,
I ONE PRICE.yTO ALL, NEVER UNDERSOLD 1 'S
I TO GTVT3 OUR EMPLOYEES AN OPPORTUNITY . TO CELEBRATE 1 1
DERBY DAY, OUR STORE WILL CLOSE AT 1 P. M. TODAY. I j
I mmmmm, mlues im imim1 km fi il
- CHILDREN'S FILL AND WIS8TES
l KEEN OBSERVERS OF LOW PR ICES ON GOOD RELIABLE JIEP. I '
CHANDISE VILL DISCOER IN THIS LOT THE BEST UNDEPEAP 1 'M
AND HOSIERY VALUES EVER PRESENTED IN THIS CITY BUT THEY 1 H
1 NTSUTmswlEK.PLES P VmT OFFER IN TnkEPARTl
I Ladles' cream or gray Jersey ribbed Children's fast black, lino Saxony I
fleeced union suits in all olzcs, excel- wool, knitted hoso, with (Loublo heels I '
lent T5c values, sell c-v nnd toea, unsurpassed loc wear. In- I
this week at -0 CtS 8tead of tho j. prlQ of I
Ladles' extra quality fine cashmero pair they go this week, 1VCeB iH
ribbed wool mixed union suits, non- all sizes v JClb
shrlnkable, all sizes, this is the best Infants' fino, fast black cashmero wool I '
g.io Krado In tho city. p T jq hose, with merino heels and toes, tho 1 JH
For this week P a excellent 23c grade, this -a ? I
Ladies' Jersey ribbed, cream, silk and week at 11 Jp 1
cottpn mixed union aulta. extra fino Ixidlen' fino cashmero wool hOBo. In I 'H
grado In the hand flnlahed Harvard fast black, all sizes, a fine S5c nuali-1 , '
make. All sizes, special rp occ ty. you can buy them C.-l 1
value at 4&. J nero thla wcok ftt SJCtS 1 i
Ladies' Jersey ribbed, cream llecced Ladles' extra quality black cashmere I !H
vest and pants, all sizes, an oxcop- hose, in ribbed or plain with ribbed B
tlonal 33c value, Onttt top, all sizes, tho 50c O tr I ) iH
on flalo at grade at J jCtS E IH
Ladles' cashmero wool nnd cotton Ladles' extra quality, plain fino black I I H
mixed fino ribbed vest and pants, in fleeced Maco cotton hoae. all sizes 1 1 VM
natural gray, all sizes, equal to tho with double soles, heels and toes, best I '
at31!1:.00..0: ?3cts 'gGr 25cts H
j Sail UU Brewing ompany'$l , I
j j new Brand or Becr
! - Being of a superior quality, is rapidly taking ' '
iljtf the place of Eastern importations. At the
eamo prico as our othor brands. Try it. '
itftE! ' 3. Hloritz, general manager; I
iSMl KENTUCKY LIQUOR CO., I ' , H
S wmW vtW ' Hesidont Eetnil Agents. n I H
&IgM2g Telophono 231. WM
tMVUkw.W,. n , lumpen ! '-1
j "We would be contont to let Old Saratoga rye rest on y 'H
I its laurels, but it -will not rest. It continues to grow in I
popularity daily on the reputation it has mado. E " t "".''H
RIEG-ER & UNDLEY, I CA
I "The Whiskey Merchants."
I tH"llil I IIUPHI III I'H I .jjrrKJttAaMfaTOyWW
I dcto crl5 1
C Wo will make our regular 516.CO i&
j j teeth for IS.CO. $.
j Our fS.W for S5.00. j
j Beautiful 22-k j
! Oold Crowns for
I Gold fillings. $1.00. . f
Silver fillings, C0c to JI.OO. !
i Ouarantoed PAINLESS cx- j
' traction. COc. S
!',t All work done by operator of
experience and ability. V
U IF YOU WANT THE BEST S
cl dental work for tho lowest
& prices. YOU ARE LOOKING jil
I BOSTON DENTAL
1 PARLORS 1
12C Main Street. ii
Hours, S;S0 to 6.30: Sunday, -8
10 to 2. U
f I I
! Not a Bream 1
When you got a plcturo or ploturo
l framo hero, you can rest assured f.
It la as near right as man can inalco t
f iU i
E;Terythlng is- up to dato and a t
K few minutes ahead.
I Jo Wo (Sessfford
,j 67 SO. MAIN ST. j
;j 'Phono 1K-X. I
New nnd elegant la all lla oppolntmontn.
CO roonu, elngla or on Hulte, d roomu wlUi
(with, O, B, Holmes Proyrlotor
HI! Visitors I I
To the Pair nnd all fair visit- Ml
ors should visit tho H
Ciosiflg-Oiit Sale I
The Moore I
25S So Main St H
HERE THEY ARE: ,
THERE THEY GO: 1 fM
A pair like this, for instance. t
Regular Prico $5.00.
j Nelden-Judsco Brag Co I
I WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, I
j CIGARS A SPECIALTY. K r'H
j POSTOFEICE BOX 370. I I jH
I TCdw. C. Smith. President. H I iH
8 John P. Cobb, Vlco-Prcsldont and Kj ijH
8 Manager. M iH
I F L. Pcnrl, Secretary. Hi
j H. A KnaU'lcy. Treasurer J t