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.JMOocrOBMMo,, THE SALT LAJOS TRIBUNE. page five , IB
If Of INTEREST TO WOMEN j
r ON THE WATERS.
BY A. M. DA VIES OGDEIT.
W, bv A. M. Dnvics Og
ps den J
va footman turned to come
It steps after leaving the cards
heid, iMIss jtfallory, leaned
, the victoria with a sigh of
It had been a long, tiresome
sa but she had used her last
J,-, and these people being for
r ""out," she would go home
jet her thoughts. For some
iir.d Humason had been much
-lod lately- Strange that after
jjrs of absence the recollection
aiBkirijar. dark eyes and clean-cut
L'fhauld linger thus vividly.
.V; Imln Miss Mallory sighed.
tid he gone so suddenly and
J ,'' POnl? Looking up to give the
4 ,"ior home, the girl suddenly bc
i 'ti?iK of a woman standing but
ft away with gaze hungrily
Mf loon hcrfelf- As their eyes met
$ iB3in came slowly forward.
BT3 you lend ihp five dollars?" she
Ltbniptly The voice was sweet
' VtT modulated, as Miss Mallory
. ,'thn)uj:h her surprise. Nor did
1 tomb's appearance suggest that
ikf?ar The girl hesitated. She
" tlssjs been cautioned not to give
1 tt street; "Indiscriminate giving
J brzla of many." was her father's
i4sE, baif-wlld look in the wo-
& Sfjes. as though she were endur-
i joaie strain almost beyond her
i i th, and Miss Mallory felt her
'i1 iJilis quicken. Roland Huma
I i Twld five his money; he never
: ki to telp a woman, even while
5 , fcslli at himself for a credulous
ii ijVjn. Swayed by an incomprc
fl,' tit bpulsc the girl pulled out a
ii s) Jre-dollar bill.
4' lite It," she said gently. Into the
i opposite leaped a light of
ir tk, almost fear; then the tense
HI liui you'" was the simple rc
'j , but Miss Mallory could feel
l .till was compressed Into the
'J . "I will send It back. You shall
5 . But you must give me your
- ke to humor her than from any
h ifMon of receiving the money,
Si a llallory glanced Into her card
i It whs as she thought, her own
& ere all gone. Hastily pulling
ttce of her father's cards she scrlb
i tr name and address on the
ftiniheld It towards the woman.
? Bee," the said kindly. Then with
lai to the expectant footman, who
jj matching with severe dlsap-'
ml thy were gone, while the
,1 aa, the slow tears welling Into
ttlrrfeycs, turned steadily in the
k3ki of the nearest ferr5T
13 through dinner and Into the
a' n cay the woman's face haunted
f. wJlilIor with a strange pr-rslst-
s. She could not feel that she had
v- srong, If ever person looked
I aid of help that woman had done
V Blrl was conscious only off
jsptt for not having questioned '
I Cat real assistance might be ren-
i But there had been an air
p ike stranger, suppliant though
which forbade Intrusion up
sfer near the window In the gath
K.dnsk, Miss Malory let her
gander whither It would, won
I : a little at the odd tangle In
filwghts, which seemed some
I f ! link this woman to Roland
,t eacn, and then looking up. she
g a coming across the room to
v tor a moment she stared, ln
F -was. But his warm hand-clasp
jk taller told me that I should
ku here," he exclaimed In glad
H "Oh, how good it is to see you
The girl, recovering, drew her
f( di you do?" she said with
isA ' The man's expression
toion me," he returned more form-
"Tbe excitement of being here
,5v?.Bonc t0 my bead." Miss
jjtfs Hp curled
Ut can hardly be much exclte
J m doing vliat you coul have
day In the last three years."
5-rsd a bit disdainfully. Hu
F color deepened.
be said, simply. "You are
jj' nave not been in New York.
years ago my father died," ho
j. nifetlng the surprised ques-,-,7
e'es. It changed all my
j Mound myself with my mother
ii fldou'ed sister to care for. left
ti.v,? Pittance, It was neces
iouid try, at least, to rry on
I VALUE OF CHARCOAL.
"Pie Know How Useful It Is
serving Health and Beauty.
awrybody knows that charcoal
m7Hnant mo3t efficient dlsinfcct
naturc. but few realize
thr. ,nke.n lrlo the human syu
ue bbhio cleansing purpose.
It h. ,re.,ned' that tho moro you
Llvbnetr It is not a drug at
ahsorbo tho gaecs and im
aupj' Present in tho stomach
ur.ti jnci carriea tj1.m out o tho
drin010"8 th0 breath after
r o3nr,ne or after eatln& onions
di roi?s vegetables,
Plct?nnCl "alli' clears and Improvea
acft U wh,lenH teeth and
thartfe natural and omlnenlly
K'th lnJ'urloua Races which
h? mo?.hach fnd bowels: It dls-
a5rfh? a" tnroat Irom the
tcrfhftnrI!i,c,h,arcoaI ,n rin
moat f?rS?ftWy tno bcat charcoal
rrnle , Wlliow charcoal, and
JoxenRS iS.rnlof ,arKO- Pleasant
,noyns. the charcoal being mixed
?,nnSQ Jonges will soon
health hlf?Ivert concJIllon of the
" I peVMer COmp cxlon' awotr
h'r coFnble ha.rm can v!au
ft &'c'an ln speaking of tho
ttrcoiir3. 8a'8: M1 advlao
from ,-izc.nKCB t0 a11 Patients
cleat ?th2 n stomach and bowela,
ch Erran?. i.hroat: I nlo bellcvo
'htmtV be"?ltod by tho dally
f tore, nlVW b,lt 25 CCI,t a bok
ft Pronar?,! aUh0Kb In Homo senso
fl Lorii01 charcoal ln Stuart's
the old business at home. I came to
Did you goodbye and you were out. And
uhat could I have said? You, beauti
ful, courted, the only child of an In
dulgent father: I merely one of the
many who surrounded you. How
could I dream that you would ever
spare me even a thought? So I went
away, resolved to forget. And then"
Yes?' queried the girl as he paused
And then." Her eyes were hidden,
but there was a note ln the soft voice
that aroused, his courage.
"I found out that I could not for
get," said the man. "Yet what claim
had I? And then yesterday oh, how
can I thank you properly," he broke
off earnestly. "Yesterday the wo
man you helped she was my sister,"
speaking with steady tone. "Not long
ago her child died, and half mad from
the loss, she came to the city, re
solved to destroy herself here, where
we would not know of It. But when
she reached New York the common
place, evcry-day aspect of things
seemed to calm her mood and her
resolution faltered. Yet she had ex
pended what money she had. not even
the price of a ticket home was left.
Determining to put fate to the test,
she wandered about, seeking a familiar
face my sister, alone ln this great
city where she knew no one re
solved, should her plea for help be
refused, to put an end to her life. And
then she'saw you."
For a moment the man was silent as
a shudder seized him at the thought of
what might have happened.
"Oh, if she had not met you if but
I dare not think of it. I I have a
photograph of you I bribed your
maid for It." he confessed shamefaced- '
ly. "From having seen It so of,ten,
my sister felt vaguely that bore at
last was a friend, although, of course,
unwitting why And so she dared to
ask." Miss Mallory, who was sobbing
unrestrainedly, lifted her face.
"Oh, the dear woman!" she ex
claimed brokenly. "How glad "I am;
how glad I am! And is she safe?"
"Quite safe," was the thankful an
swer. "The shock, your kindness,
something must have strengthened
and braced her. She returned last
night. And you can fancy what It
meant to us. But when she showed
me the blessed card which told mc
who it was that 'had saved her, it
sent a message. Was I wrong, dear?"
and the man's volco was wonderfully
tender. The girl, puzzled, shook her
"I don't understand," she said faint
ly. Humason laid a visiting card In
".Look!" he said. It was the card
upon which she had scribbled her ad
dress, "Turn it over," as the girl
seemed bewildered. A low cry broke
from the red lips.
"Oh," she stammered, while her color
flooded up to her pretty curly hair. "I
I was In a hurry I thought It was
one of father's I " her confusion in
creasing pitiably. But the man's
strong clasp had again caught the flut
tering little hands.
"I thought that if you had cared
enough to carry a man's card ln your
card case for three years that you
must have cared a little for the man
himself," he said eagerly. "Was I
wrong, sweetheart? Are you going
to send me away again?"
The girl, her eyes fixed on tho be
traying bit of. pasteboard whereon In
fine script ran the words, "Mr. Roland
Humason." drooped her head.
"No," she answered shyly. "Please
The Brlgham street residence of Mr.
and Mrs. -Charles Crane was Inst evening
the scene of a brilliant wedding and re
ception when their daughter, Edith Pau
lina Crane, became the brido of Gcorgo
Elmer Walker, a well-known young busi
ness man. Tho ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Elmer I. Goshen, at 7:0
o'clock, only, a few friends and relatives
being present. The drawing-room wan
beautifully decorated In white and green,
asters and palms being used with tcllhig
effect. From each corner of the room
to tho chandelier were stretched stream
ers of smllax entwined with asters. The
bow-window was banked with tall palms,
and here the bridal party stood while the
corvlce was read The wedding march was
beautifully played by the Nettleton or
cliestra and tho bridal party consisted of
the bride and gi'oom, the bridesmaid, Miss
May Crane; the groolnsman. Mr. Walter
Saunders, and the ring-bearer, little Ag
nes Caffey. fhe bride was becomingly
gowned In white crcpo1 du chine trimmed
with old lace. She carried bride roses.
Miss May Crano wore pink crcpo du chine
and carried pink carnations. Miss Caf
fey was likewise in pink. Following tho
ceremony came tho reception, and for sev
eral hours tho house was the scene of
much merriment. The lawn os Illumi
nated with many electric lights and ar
ranged with seats for those who wished
to talk or smoke out of doors. The bridal
party stood in the parlor to receive the
many guests, and from this room the vis
itors passed to tho library, which was
decorated In pink. The dining-room was
very prettv In Its decorations of red. It
was a delightful affair ln every way and
the' young people started out in life uudcr
I Ofl the Pacific Slope, f
TACOMA. Oct. 5 At the sixteenth an
nual session of tho General Association of
Congregational Churches of Washington.
Rov. Austin Rice, of Walla Walla, was
elected moderator, Rev. E. J. Smith of
Seattle assistant moderator, and James R.
Clark of Seattle clerk,
SPOKANE. Oct. f. While riding a four
mile relay race agnlnst two other womon
at tho Interstate fair track today, Miss
Minnie Austin was thrown from her
horse by the loosening of the saddle girth
and seriously injured.
PORTLAND. Or., Oct. 5.-Tho Northern
Pacific railroad has announced a rate on
apples to apply from points in castorn
Washington and Idaho. Including tlto
Washington & Columbia River branch,
as far east as Staples. Minn. Tho now
rate will be CO cents per hundred, with
a SO.OCO-pound minimum.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 5.-The engage
ment of Max Helnrlch, tho singer and com
poser, to Miss Anna Held, the German
philanthropist, student and musician, has
been announced. Miss Held Is at pres
ent tho guest of Madame Modjcska, at
Arden Miss Hold Is no relative of the
actress of the sarao name
BILLINGIIAM, Wash.. Oct G.-Slnco the
first of thlH week tho run of silver sal
mon has been sufllclcnt to supply tho
seven canneries of the lower sound, which
are putting up fall nsh. to their full ca
pacity. Heretofore the catches have been
spasmodic. The run is a good one and
Is fairly on.
I HAPPENINGS ABROAD f
TOKIO Oct. 5. The Emperor today
decorated Col. lload, the Austrian at
tache? with the Order of the Rising Sun.
Col. Iload Is the first attache to bo ho
SEOUL. Oct. G.-yElght Japaneso con
tractors engaged in recruiting Korean la
borors of KoLan.W mile south, close
to tho lino of the Seoul & Pusan ra way.
becamo Involved in a fig ht with a
Koroan mob. All were killed,
KINGSTON. Jamaica, Oct. 6. The Brit
IiiBh cruiser Pclorua sailed last night for
Nicaragua m connection with tho recent
celzurc. of Cayaman Islands turtlo-flah-lng
ST PETERSBURG, Oct. 5. Tho munl
clnal'ltles of Moscow and Odessa havo
both sent addresses to Prince Peter Svla-toiiolk-Mlrsky.
tho now Minister of tho
interior; congratulating him on tho senll
n Juts expressed ln his recent utterances
and tendering him their hearty co-opor-tlon.
the happiest auspices. Tho presents wero
of on endless variety, showing the iargc
number of friends the brido and groom,
bavo in tho city.
Samuel Ncwhouso returned yesterday,
after an absence- of several months In tho
East and Europe. Mrs. Ncwhouso wa3
to sail yesterday for New York and may
bo here this month Now that Mr, Ncw
houso is back, society will no doubt
brighten up perceptibly, as ho Is a con
stant and most hospitable entertainer.
He will bo present at the first tennis
tournament for the Ncwhouso tropliy at
tho Country club Saturday, and his pres
ence will bo an incentive to the contest
It was stated yesterday that another
engagement has Just been arranged In
the fashlonablo set which will bo quite a
surprise when It Is announced. They have
been at church' and at the theater fre
quently of late, so their friends may pos
sibly be ablo to guess who they arc.
Many Utah friends wore deeply Inter
esting ln the marriage yesterday in Wash
ington of Mrs. McLaughlin and Dr. Mc
Enery. Miss Geddcs elves a luncheon at 4hc
Country club next Saturday.
Mrs, E. C. Parsons left for Colorado
Karl Prinz, a prominent business man
of Milwaukee, Is In the city, having come
West to bo present at the weeding last
night of Miss Crano and Mr. Walkor.
Some local parties are said to bo figur
ing on the purchase of the Gilmer place,
now used by the Country clubj It fs do
sired for a country home and If the d(.-al
goes through a line residence will be
built on the site after tho clubs lease ex
pires. Miss McGrath delightfully entertained
at luncheon yesterday ln honor of Mrs.
Young & Fowler have moved. Now
loented in the new basement at 32 Main
street, opposite Z. C. M. I.
Five Milch Cows Killed.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 5. An endeavor
to store 163 tons of hay In tho uppor part
of a barn unable to withstand such weight
resulted today In the collapse of the
structure and the death of sixty-eight
head of line milch cows, with a total loss
of over ?10,000.
DAGGERS avoided IN 0CT0BER.li
DTJHING the 'warm summer months
tho skin, has been freely throwing
off tho impurities of tho hody in
the form of perspiration.
THE cool days and cooler nights of
October, In a measure, stop tho ac
tion of the skin.
IMPURITIES which heretofore wore
thrown off by tho skin, must find
somo outlet. They should be ex
creted by the kidneys.
A GREAT STRAIN is thus thrown
upon tho kidneys. Thoy arc not al
ways prepared for this increased
lRbor. They break down.
THE POISONS passing through the
kidneys serve to irritate them, and
this condition soon develops into
serious ailments, among them
THE LIVER, too, acts in sympathy
with the kidneys. It "becomes de
ranged, causing sallow, skins, de
pression of spirits and lassitude.
AN ABNORMAL CONDITION of tho
bowels also presents itself. Con
stipation and other bowel troubles
THE blood becomes poisoned by the
retained excretions. Pimples,
blotches, muddy complexions are
the first result and finally the wholo
system becomes deranged.
COLDS are very easily caught during
this depleted condition of tho sys- '
AT THIS TIME the kidneys, liver
and bowels need a little encourage
ment, a little assistance that is all.
PE-RU-NA gives just this assist
ance. It gently stimulates theso
organs to increased function. Thus i
Peruna guards against tho possi
bilities of disease.
PEOPLE INCLINED TO WEAKNESS
of theso organs ought to be espe
cially careful during this month.
AT THE FIRST SIGN of disease,
such as pufhness under the eyes,
sallow skin, backache, colds, and so
forth, Peruna should be taken.
IF YOTJ NOTICE any of the above
symptoms, do not delay buy a bot
tle of Peruna today. A bottle of
Peruna taken at the first symptom
will do moro good than a dozen bot
tles later on when serious ailments
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louis and return 542.50
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. 4S.75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. See agents for particulars,
City Ticket Office 201 Main St.
STATE FAIR AND C0NFER-
Conference visitors use the Salt Lake
Route. The usual reduced rates are ln
effect. Tickets sold at Tin tic, Santa -quln
and Intermediate points October
3rd to 9th, Inclusive. Limit for return.
October 12, 1904. Tickets sold at all
other points October 3rd to Sth, lnclu
olvo. Limit for return, October ID, 1904.
Remember our depot Is only three
blocks from Temple Square. See agents
for full particulars.
Find Shrouds in Watery Graves.
LONDON. Oct. 5. The Greek steamer
Kelmentink, bound from the Black sea
for Antwerp, foundered recently twenty
threo miles northwest of Ushant. Seven
teen members of tho crew, including tho
captain and other officers, were drowned
Eight survivors landed at Lclxoes, Portugal.
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With least labor and trouble it makes
hot-breads, biscuit and cake of finest
flavor, light, sweet, appetizing and
assuredly digestible and wholesome.
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MISS MARGRET HTJESIU.U.
THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIAL
is only a sample of the many testi
monials contained in our files:
MISS MARGRET HTJESTON, 1127
Linden street, Indianapolis, Ind.,
"Peruna is indeed a .household
blessing. Last fall I caught a severe
cold which developed into a most un
pleasant catarrh, and for over two
weeks I could neither enjoy my food
nor securo restful sleep. I becamo
nervous and irritable and nothing
looked just right to me.
"A good neighbor advised me to try
Peruna and I immediately sent for a
bottle. I am very glad indeed that I
did. I began to feel relief in a week,
nnd soon felt better than I had in two
years. I do not dread a cold any
more as I used to, for a small quan
tity of Peruna cures me." Margret
WE HAVE ON FILE thousands of
I grateful letters which Dr. Hartman
has received from people who have
been cured by Peruna.
T This ' P
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'iii saving timo sBS&N. k
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$3 UNTIL OCTOBER 15TH.
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i BLACK ALL-WOOL VOILE, 42 Inches wide, B, Prie3ley L I
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New Fall Coat?, made of fine quality In light pink, light bluo and red. 3j
zl kereey cloth, come In the new tal- soft and downy to the touch and of & t MH
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j shoulders, colors tan, castor and dies' and girls' night robes, "worth k 'IH
V, red, $5.00 and $6.00 val- C. 12Ac. On sale tomorrow rff
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$ - I
A NECKWEAR SPECIAL THAT IS NOWHERE DUPLICATED. j jH
I Lace SLock Collars! : I
Nobby designs? of cream Venetian lace stock collars, the S
Si season's popular neckwear novelty In 25c and 35c grades, for ffl TrC fa 1 i'H
ft this rousing sale at..... j f-'ui.. .
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W THAT IS NOWHERE DUPLI- jDSOSlS i
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3l Sizes 8 to 13, i Ic Extra Heavy, Half Bleached Ta- '1
$ (worth 51.40) ble Linen, dice check designs, woven fl
'l Sizes 1 to 2, C 2 in a most substantial manner 60 &
$ (worth $LC0) 'l,OD Inches wide. regular price 70c, ' HH
W Sizes 2 to 5, .. A on sale tqday, per . . ? Il
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k BOYS' WAIST SPECIAL 1 I
.BOYS' OUTING FFLANNEL WAIST, ages 3 to 8 years, m jjH
8g in dark gray stripes, regular 35c value, special H J8 (V f ' fH
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pretty pinks, pretty blues and all with green velvet, extra full sleeves; 'ii ,
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Black Peau de Sol, 20 lnphcs wide, extra heavy quality. Kfri hi
soft and brilliant, excellent material for a shirt waist n pfl .H
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H all the evening shades, light blue, inch length, seml-tlttlng back, high hi '1
? pink, Nile green,, lavender, red. standing collor, trimmed with flneBffl il
f! champagne, also the newer shades, velvet and fancy metal buttons; IS LB
f- onion and leather brown; this is the pretty new sleeves; colors are tan, p8 iH
regular S?1.00 quallty.Salo r-ir-rf castor, navy and black CmrJ
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A good, durable and Comfortable Brace, regular jjf tO "fH
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GRAY MOTTLE CALIFORNIA . BOY' NORFOLK SUITS
Mado from lamb's wool woth In Navy Blue and dark mixtures, g ,
a fancy borders. Regular price $4 CO. neatly trimmed with belt and pleats, m iM
$ On sale today, at C , -.Q Ages 3 to S years. Special ocM 1
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