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10,1),LTTHOBG,OOTOBEB10,100j. THE SAXT T'ATrTP, Ttt.W. PAfliKVH
ijgJI until h-h-i nm i TmiMHHm mmTi
3 OF INTEREST TO WOMEN j
IIatdReams may come
Mb5j BY GRANT OWEN.
,n- ?! i-s( b,T- c- McCluro-
056 bi' "laair tho heavy, leaden cIouub
V threatenlnjT ruin, and toward
1 EErtfl. vory softly at first, but
'ruiy in volumo until at 8
v ' a vorltablo downpour, rat
ikLL ;S"on th6 tin roof of tho hotel
I HI fci beatinff ocalnst tho windows
Mil1 M'faeblon.
k5i too, and a cheerful flro
Aft ' ?uJ eputtercd sturdily In tho
J 'iT In tho hotel office; but dc
S and tho HBhta and tho gay
. (vj gncsta congregated In tho
roam, tho effect of tho
i WJj -prafl Blnrlnely ovldont. A
i evialng at a popular summer
toKjosethlng to be remembered
AMfflreplace at a ecoro of llttlo
nergcUc Mm. Potter had
.M-T-n, of progrcasnvo ouohro, and
JlTKii' tall tho orchestra had boon
hto unwilling service by somo
HLcrer guc9tp, and tho otmins of
IKwpulnr waltr-CB and tho sound
TtLjpg fMt drew many peoplo
1L toenrinff In a chair near tho
-J-iteiy read a morning paper
"jKvi?tlroy-and tried to llnd come
Anbiho attempts of tho othor
k CCa iaue themselves.
i-JmK- dwpsratlon ho was perusing
rVUfcitolnn." when ho eaw MIbs
ioTm tho broad stairs. Ho
iHtWtereMo ln a moment.
E--cd to claim you boforo Mrs,
"Btip11 T0U or somo ono elso
; ' JfertwM was host last evening
uftful dlrner party, tho guests
X)E5 trilM at 7 30 and covers being
r hi
i . .
mil ;A2t Walker gave a dinner at
l k fclrr club on Saturday evening
til ' enjoyed by a fow of her
i
i ul Mrs. A. J. Davis entertained
' i Rr at the Commercial club Sat-
i I .
rfij.l ai Mrs. F. F. Clayton have gono
i Bii CJty
.
isdMrs. Lie Grand Young lcavo
York next week.
. . .
A MIm Sadler return from tho
it ittL
jjj m ?jKiEdYwll3Ta Always Bonglii
RCE IS HELD ILLEGAL.
-Bifter the Man's Death, and
l ftnt Wife Gets Property.
$3BT0RK. Oct. 9,-Upholdlng Pro
,rB Circuit courts, tho Appellato
rayHUrday decided Mrs. Frances C.
iujBp Fulton street, never legally was
jjBOrox James H. Field. She,
a will receive nil but $1000 of tho
!i man, who died ln ISM. Chloo
:o married Field in Iowa after
llr.ed a decree ln Nebraska,
psrtr, which was bequeathed
contest has continued during
man decided Field secured
by fraud, as lie was not a
Nebraska when U was granted
a afterward ho married Miss
tson. who lived in Aberdeen
Madison street. Tho first
curred at Lyoander, N. Y., In
as a literary man.
Erown, secretary of tho Con
: company, made more allega-
suit ngalnst Katharlno G.
asked that tho court vncato
May 6 granting Mrs. Brown
Q temporary alimony and tho
f tho residence at 1C12 Pralrlo
saya the expense of tho lltl
the alimony tako all tho
en affidavit Brown tells of
flight to Marblehead. Masa.,
i, alleging sho took the family
d other valuables. Ho n-S-
C Edsall accompanied her
havo rented a coltago in
!n Pose in Scant Attiro.
Oct. 9. Widespread and un
mment has been arouad by
tiw of the park at Versailles
wing highly sensational epl
5eu to have been witnessed
time of Louis XV.
to costumes of that period
J 100 persons rode to Ver
1 ere rapidly driven to the
gatea were closed and the
t fountains that play rarely
n and the party proceed
lamoua colonnade grove, in
the beautiful marble bath.
KntleBt costumes poped as
Panting Proserpine carried
'ng as water nymph9 next
to Apollo'e bath and a scan
"e wau enacted. Half-clothed
8ht a duel arranged for a
raph through the influence of
ofllclal.
'C rather Took Hydrophobia.
SnltiS' F1- ct- 9, Members
a3Ht.Brart ,of John Cslfrynlk of
Vlof va.tractG1 disease ao
l-J- 01 Kleslng him juat before his
KlJ3nX. Cz,fr-"k was bitten
'Jmti r . phyBlcIan in nttend
VWmlX' whlch conoists of
-VpOcMe ch,laren, that he wuu
' Thci' a kissed him good-
TVofe?1 the Physician no
fTTi, nydrophobla ln tho fam-
nfeS.!,8 P"v.re: wery loaf bears
V&W firm i crown At a11
rjmBB restaurants.
e!?uy AdJunct8
Wl 8usPender and hnnd
'''.TErpv' novelties ln both
.Jk tHy & WOODRUFF CO.,
ZJm. iGG AkUn St.
dragged you off to dance," he explained
laughingly.
Tho girl Bmlled amuDodly and shook a
finger at him.
"I can seo at a glanco that you aro
bored to death and In search of diversion
at any cost." she said.
"Your diagnosis Is correct." said he. "I
am suffering from that unhappy malady
or I was until I caught Might of you.
You know that It was bocauso you recom
mended this placo that I camo here. Now
you must do your best to dispel tho gloom
thnt has descondod upon me."
"What shall I do?" oho asked lightly.
Introduoo you to some of Mrs. Poltor'B
proteges or got Mrs. Vandent to glvo
gou tho personal history of overy ono
"I think," Bald Btreotcr, "that Chopin in
tho music-room would bo the best anti
dote." "You aro vory modost in your domands,"
sho laughed. "Chopin you shall havo
until you cry for mercy. Como on."
Thoy mado their way to tho llttlo music
room, far down tho corridor, and, to
Btreotor's unuttorablo delight, thoy found
It quite deserted Btroetcr turned out
the lights and lighted two llttlo red
shaded candles on tho piano.
"Just right now for the fifth noctumo,"
he said as ho survoyed tho two spots of
color In tho gloom.
Tho girl ran hor fingers ovor tho koys,
and Btrooter drow a chair near hor and
sat down. Sho began to play tho fifth
nocturno vory softly, and Streotor, lean
ing back comfortably, watched tho protty
profilo outlined faintly by tho candlo
light. And as ho listened to tho rain beat
ing asralnBt tho windows ho realized tho
good that a seemingly ill-wind had blown
him.
Tho nocturno died away as It had bo
gun, very softly, and ho drow his chair
into tho llttlo clrolo of light
"Tho only trouble with that nocturno,"
FAIR GROUNDS SILENT.
Scarcely a Trnco of Exposition. "Will
Be Left Tonight.
Barren and desolate aro the exposi
tion grounds this morning. "Where- a
fow days ago the lowing of cattlo, the
nelghlnff of horses and tho cackling
of poultry filled tho air, all is now si
lent. The horses, cattle, swine and
fowls are gone and the exposition build
ings are deserted. Even tho Midway,
the center of nolso and bustle, Is no
more, and the hnrah crlea of tho spiel
ers no longer echo along the banks of
the Jordan.
Early yesterday morning the exhibit
ors began moving their property, and
by nightfall little was left except the
fruit and manufacturing displays ln
tho main building. The show people
folded their tents during the night and
departed for Albuquerque, N. M., on
an early morning train. Today most
of the exhibits in the main building
will be carried away, and by tonight
scarcely a trace of the fair will be left.
Slays Bear With Jock-Knife.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct 9. With a
hunting knife as his only weapon,
James Short, a business man of Wash
oughal, Wash., fought a finish tight
with a benr. His companions found
him a half hour later lying beside the
dead beast ln a pool of blood. Short
is badly clawed up, but will recover. ,
In company with two friends Short
took a stroll in the Hills back of town.
Guns were taken along on the chance
of seeing game. Short separated from
the others and in crossing the ( trunk
of a fallen tree he slipped, the gun
rolled down the hill and the man landed
ho said gravoly, "in that, llko all things
temporal, it comes to an end."
''Aro, 'ou fond of thorn?" Bho asked.
1 11 play, another."
"Do you know," ho said quickly, "I
havo olten dreamed of somo Duch situa
tion as this?"
"A long, dreary evening at a storm
bound summer report?" sho laughed.
"No," he said ncrlouHly. "Of a piano
and candlcH with llttlo red shades, and of
J'ou Playing nocturnes to mo llko this."
oho began anothor nocturno, cvon more
softly, that it might not interrupt tholr
conversation.
"Dreams very seldom como true," she
said, and whether or not her tono was
mocking Strcctcr was at a loss to de
cido. IIo listened silently to tho nocturno and
studied the girl's profile Intently, but the
profile was noncommittal. Ho leaned for.
ward in his chair and spoko vory softly.
"It was a very protty droam," he said;
"ono of thoao intanglblo bits of happiness
that makes ono loath to como to pro
saic earth again. Thcro was ono thing
about thoso dreams, howovor, quito dlf
foront from this partial realization."
"And what was that?" sho asked.
"Tho piano and tho llttlo red-shaded
candles and and you woro ln my own
bouso," ho said.
Tho nocturno grow a trlflo loudor. Tho
girl's glanco was turned to tho other nldo
of tho room,
"What a presumptuous dream," sho
snld,
"Was it?" said Btreotcr mookly, "I
couldn't help dreaming it, you know "
Thcro was a long pauao. Then ho said
slowly:
"Perhaps it was presumptuous. You see,
I wasn't aslcop when I dreamed it."
Tho nooturno camo to on abrupt ending.
Tho girl roso from tho piano.
"You'ro not angry?" Bald Strcctor in
alarm.
"N-no,M sho sold.
"Then thon," ho began, and halted mis
erably. "Tell mo," ho Bald, "do dreams
go by contrary?"
Tho girl had roached tho door. Sho
turned, and oven ln tho dim light ho could
seo tho deop color In hor cheoks.
"Not not day dreams," sho almost
whlsnorcd.
Fqunrely on a bear's back. Bruin rose
on his hind logs and charged.
Whipping out Ills hunting knife tho
terrified man drovo It homo and by a
miraclo escaped the outstretched paws
of tho beast. After a duel ln which
Short despaired many times, ho mado
a lucky owing and drove tho knife- to
the wild beast'e heart.
Just Stop and Think
What careful and correct methods
mean ln producing good laundry work.
You got longer aervlco and Blghtly
linen. Wo have tho methods.
TROY LAUNDRY,
Tho Laundry of Quality,
166 Main St.
Tel., Bell 192, Ind. 132.
Italy Orders Out Her Reserves.
ROME. Oct 9. It la assorted that tho
Cabinet has mado all preparations to call
out 70,000 moro reserves, Promior Glollttl
wishing to havo a strong contingent of
troops throughout Italy In ordor to quoll
any attempts at dlsordor that may bo
mado by the oxtrcmo parties.
Tho War offico has ordered all officers
on vacation to return immediately to
their regiments. Notice is nlBo given that
thero will be no moro holiday leaves.
TEA
How does Schilling- make
groceries profitable?
Good tea and moneyback,
everything to match.
Your grocer retumi yonr money If yoa don't lfk
Schilling Hut.
i Never before has this good 1
Steel Couch been sold for this I
price. For TODAY ONLY
Freed's will sell them- I
I
I Y0U8 CREDIT IS UM, I
1 J. WILL GRAY St BR. I
" ehesterHeld " ReadytoWear
! eiothes for Men 1
If the front of any Chesterfield suit breaks or gets out of pjj
taj shape in twelve months your monoy back or a new suit. j
J. WILL GRAY & BR. 1
gi 153 MAIN STREET, EAST SIDE. Rfl
UNDER ELBGTRK2 SIGN "GRRY'S" B
ih
The mere odor of Pabst Malt Extract, "The Best i
I Tonic," creates appotite and starts tho gastric juices j,
n going. An incomparable tonic for weak and strong (
t (constitutions. J
1 EIEGEB & LINDLEY.
f "Tho Whiskey Morchants." I
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I J J " V ' ' STANDARD' VION COMPANY, 12-14-16 Vandam Street. New York City
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