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InVESDAY MOBNING, OCTOBER 12, 1904. vr lH
12, E THE SALT LAKE TIOBinsrB, , page five WM
d OF INTEREST TO WOMEN ' jf
' j S BY CHANNI2TO POLLOCK.
) W L 1501. by Channlng Pollock.)
ft Winll went to Red Bank
J I ' vacation almost entirely bc
JV ittfk Ewlng was there. To'
W n the ofllces of the Ameri
J! L Chair company she said
3 i felt the culet of the place to
(veniost needed. In point of
4fcr-ver. what she most needed !
' IfjfoTe of the young bookkeeper ;
It dipped his pen a week bc
im the avowed Intention of rus
rtjt Red Bank.
MftnUnary, sensible woman of
5Ba was'the exact apo of Miss
' r rrobablv would not have
IP? I vui with her much concerning:
dement Ewlng- was ju3t 28.
I" 'tray matter" was not gray
befw ef maturity or over-exertion.
1 itxceedlnsly good-looking, ex
rrtfill and broad and debonair,
-art-1 S virtues had appealed at once
Ma Marshall, whoso oyes were
Offj to graynees of mind and
Jiff Miss Marshall, too, In
niNii fclilng sort of fashion, his re-
uttaS Deen deepened consider
ed i- the discovery that she Avas
d ' C "double entry," and not
ltj to double labor. His af
'4 'ver melted Into words, and
iRffldently adjustable to per
5 'ilng put quite out of the way
i fcj possessor met so fluffy and
' tferren ftS eille Carruth.
" St Ewlng's gone with your girl
rr-s ( yifs Marshall heard an Idler
fftanterlngly to another as she
5 h ti steps of the Globe hotel.
'J B?; to fumble a handkerchief
X 1)? Nellie Carruth?" Inquired the
" I 'idvrtsed. "Looks as If I was
t4was not the only Individual
7 Ef' Miss Marshall learned Im
Kt lotion the return of the pair.
v, t? about the plaza, she dls
? linat the end of the street,
at'J ttoper hanging on the words
i? i companion as no amount of
ireclatlon of wisdom ever
r!k an bang on the words of wo
'.y llag was great embarrassel,
f lu be saw Miss Marshall, al-
, rhe tried to seem uninterested
? i his presence and In his alien
s' tie blue-frocked girl to whom
if Kited her.
!( uas acting quite within his
File told herself later, obey
fc'inpnlse that bade her justlfy
Kren to herself. He had made
JjL Tlth her. at least, no verbal
IKd tie knew that few men rec
the validity of unspoken con
fc Why should a fine, strong fel
ViffllfoK life was before him, be
r 1 neutral-tinted woman, who
4flJ reilked that her future was
rjjj4jcJj her past, stripped of Its lllu
'."flf,' If Frank Ewlng wanted to
Xellle Carruth, It wasn't any of
'.wJjhieleiF, while presenting an
WHkrbaKe front to that part of
'9rU located at Red Bank, she
mi keenly the next few days,
fcrulh and her widowed mother
Bd i cottage near the river,
HfcrrKn walking, riding and
she and her new admirer
fM together almost constantly.
rEKd at Miss Marshall once
AJK assured himself that she
fUnPtre' aru3 was glad that ho had
Bgaitted himself. Ewlngwaa
ED BY CUTICURA.
Hio Skin as White
p a Snow Flake.
ITlble rwh bro'o out on Char
JUttle laco ani spread to hlfl
Jt tnd bock. Iliad never seen
k quite like It oeforc," writes
ftkaB4thof821 'Otb Ave., N. Y.
"Tte Bkin rose : little lumps,
and natter camo
Ucj 0Qt- Hy baby's skin
ttf. vras not, and bow
l he d suffer. Ho
&7woulri.Vt eat, and
g'ljfnlght after night I
i V f yJhl with him, weak as I
vvTra3' 0ftcn 1 had
L-'to Btct) because 1
! felt Jalnt and my
Wed with pain. Butthoworat
l Was to aee tay poor llttlo
with thoao nasty sores.
MWM persuaded by a friend
street to try the Cutlcura
Shu Kavc me somo Cutlcura
l-I think the box was about
r"anda Piece of Cutlcura 8oap.
tiSH d,rectlou8, bathing
a PBtting that nice Olntmout
LlUI by "tile, but so
IKei . ?d moro CP by n'ght.
Kerf 1 1 f drle UP d went
.sa now CharUe Is cured com-
4cfiXhl UtUe b,jy by tho win
D v ' ad bls sk'Q 'a " white
(K, thauks to tho Cutlcura
bonl ifc t,vcryod7 should
pltlapM p auJ Ointment,
Sick h.i S lo bclP ctber mothers
XUiy, , i ,V 80 ahca-i and publiBh
Rferurn? "lU UcprrWof ST),
ft'loi; llBUon,l Cclambu
not a brul sort of a man-he was Just
a n'ri JV? stat0 oC nffalrs when
Bank ,n5G CUTU,th coltaee upset Red
keener n ,pe1rm,tt to the book
deemed t.dlspluy .,n "rage which
-eemed to write 'finis" to his rn
S"l!Pht af b, "roke out 1? del
?h r ? d Kft,n011 such headway In
the front part of the dwelling that
here appeared scant probab uly Sat
the two Inmates could be rescued Red
Sni5dflp2UnlT flr brigade propped
Its ladders against tho veranda before
the bedroom windows, but very wise!
hwCUS,0d t0 mount thei" through the
EwlL wiT6 0f the b,azmg porch!
Ewlng Went up one of them like a toy
monkey on a stick and carried both
women to places of safety.
Miss Marshall, who thought it risky
did bem0nf5 the sPectators at a flro,
heard of it I1?,5? thl3 deed' but 8b
DricS L h ,hr heart 8Velled wItb
pnue. She had known all along that
TsZlZ ??,pab,, 0f Just suchherS
& i For&ctt!ng her previous reserve,
she hastened to congratulate him
bringing up, speechless and tearful
before the couch on which he lay nurs
ln a bandaged burn on his cheek
This burn, the result of contact with
a falling brand, kept the bookkeeper
wrapped in darkness and oil-silk for a
fortnight. His right eye had been
endangered and had to be treated
carefully. Miss Marshall forfeited a
considerable amount of salary and re
mained at Red Bank. She really was
needed after Miss Carruth, to "whom
the fire soon became only an imper
sonal occurrence which made good
material for story-telling, found a
rowboat shared with her earllor ad
mirer rather preferable to a stuffy
room shared with her late suitor and
the odor of iodoform. i
The Injured man missed her greatly
and Inquired of Miss Marshall con
cerning her. Miss Marshall replied
that she supposed Miss Carruth much
occupied with getting furnlturo fori
her new cottage.
"Her new cottage?" exclaimed
Ewlng. "I may be Interested In that
myself somo day!"
Miss Marshall tried to change tho
"She's a brick!" the convalescent
went on. "Pretty as a plcturo, too.
Don't you think she's pretty, Miss
Miss Marshall did.
She concluded that Miss Carruth was
something better than prettv when she
witnessed her first meeting with Ewlng
after the bandages had been taken
from his face. The brand had pen
ciled nn indelible mark of scarlet from
his forehead to his throat. Mls3 Car
ruth gave vent to an abbreviated
scream when she saw it, and then,
mastering herself, grasped the victim's
hand firmly. "I didn't realize." she
said, "how much you had done for me."
Manifestly. Miss Marshall had been
unjust In considering her a mere doll.
One evening soon after, however,
when she was sitting at her window
looking into the mist of her life, sh
was given reason to resurrect her first
opinion. Ewlng and Miss Carruth
were seated below, and Ewlng was
proposing marriage. The woman up
stairs knew that she ought not to
listen, but her breath was quivering in
her throat, and she could not move
away to save her soul.
"Don't!" Miss Carruth was urging
when her voice first became audlblo.
"Don't Frank! Plcaso don't!"
"But why?" ho persisted. "I love
you. Until this moment I was sure
you loved me."
"I did!" cried the girl. "Oh, I did,
until. You mustn't over ask me to
"Why?" repeated Ewlng. Tho repe
tition was determined. "I think I have
earned the right to a reason."
"That Is the reason!"
"What?" The word was spoken
sharply, like a military command. Miss
"What what happened when you
earned the rlght7 Oh, I know I'm
horrid' I know I'll be ashamed all the
rest of my life. But your cheek! I
couldn't bear to look at that scar."
"Oh!" said Ewlng.
"If It hadn't been for me you wouldn't
have been burned," Miss Carruth went
on, sobbing almost hysterically. "I re
alize that. I'm sorry; Indeed, I'm sorry!
Won't you say you forgive me?"
"Tcs," said Ewlng. "It's not your
fault. I've Just been a fool. I see it
now. I'm going away tomorrow."
"And you won't think too harshly of
Ewlngr rose and Miss Marshall heard
him push back his chair. "I'll try not
to think of you at all," ho answered.
"I'll try to remember a little woman
who has never forgotten me. Her
love was too fine for mo to comprehend
at first, but somehow I seem to under
stand It now."
Then two sounds broke the stillness
of the night. Frank Ewlng had gone
Into the hotel, slamming the door af
ter him. and Sallie Marshall, fainting,
for the first time In her life, had fallen
to the floor.
Mrs. Rcld entertained informally at
luncheon yesterday, covers being laid for
Houbo parties in tho country will bo
tho feature of next summer's -social lifo.
The University club is preparing to give
a series of entertainments during tho
Tho first hop of the Wednesday Night
club will take placo at Chrlstonscn s to
night. m t
In the opinion of most of the loaders
there has never beforo been such a lull
In local society.
Mrs, William Igloheart will glvo a re
cital of "The Kentucky Cardinal,' by
James Lano Allen, at the Flrat 1 r.isby
terian church Friday evening. October 21.
Prof. Skelton will assist with violin num
bers. Mrs W. W. Dalev -and son, Edward,
havo returned to Rawlins. Wyp., after a
pleasant visit with her parents.
Manv friends were at tho dopot yestcr
dav to" flco travelers off for the East. No.
2 and tho limited woro both filled with
Salt Lakers going to tho fair.
Now that Mrs. Holmes has bought Oak-
i HAPPENINGS ABROAD
BERLIN. Oct. 11 Dr. Leo Vogol, a
Iaw-ycr and secretary of tho Swiss Lega
tion at Berlin, linn beon appointed Min
ister to tho United States.
HALIFAX. N. S., Oct. ll.-A report has
reached herb that tho steamer CaU,
hound from Tracadio. N. B., for fcw
London P E. I . ha been sunk near
New London and that tho captain and
crow of seventeen wero lost.
t ONDON. Oct. 11. Lord Mllnpr lias
piSSS tho hli commlHslonelilp of
South Africa on account of ill hcaltn.
nunN OciL 11. The Prussian Minis
le?sb ofL 'pubfic Works, tho Interior and
roramcrco, havo Just rejected a petition
for "The T" erection of "skyscrapers" In
REVEL. Russia. Oct. ll.-Thc Baltic
llcot welKhed anchor early this morning
anS silled for Llbau, one torpedo-boat
destw remaining behind because of a
ST. PETERSBURG. Oct. U.-o rop
resQntatlons have yet reached ; ho For
aim offico hero from tho United StatLS
rotative to tho American mallw of t o
BrUl'sh steamer Calcium, captured by tho
nnvTV a PITRIE. Guadeloupe, Oct.
11- ooVder m&ns no at tho fort on
&7honS I End has exploded Ono man
was kme" Fortunntoly a chamber co
ffing 30M fifteen-pound shells did not
n'T-MTn CASTLE, Oot. 11. This
mong4? bufietln Regarding ady.Cur
"ons condition is, as fol ow-s Lad
Curzon passed a fair nlghL but la not
quite ao well this morning.
wnxri? Oct 11.-m7 Emllo Olivier, tho
S?Ut1!o0 CCicfrSnco to the
utaTjYSTOIC Russian Poland, Oct. 11
wood, that end of tho county will bo
qulto a gathering placo for society. Tho
J. R. Walker farm, tho S. S. Walker
place. M. H. Walkor's handsomo rcnl
dnco, tho Judge and Hills homes aro al
ready very popular places for their own
ers and their fortunate friends.
Mrs. O. T. Carlson entertained at a
beautifully arranged dinner party In
honor of Mrs. L. J. Thurston Kinney's
ioth birthday. The Iloral decorations woro
beautiful, especially tho dining-room,
which woo done in rod and white. Clus
ters of tinted autumn leaves and masses
of flowers and clinging vines wero ef
fectively arranged, which wero om
blomatlcal and very suggestive of nor age.
Many of Mrs. Kinney's old friends en
Joyed the occasion. Thoy woro Mrs. Daft,
Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs- Huffaker, Mrs.
Townsend. Mrs. Wells. Mrs. Ward, Mrs
Foster, Mrs. Perry. Mrs. Heath. Mrs.
Evans, Mrs. Nixon, Mrs. Skowos and
Tho Strollers' club met Monday evening
at tho homo of Harry H. Madsen Tho
following officers were elected; President,
Delancy M. Wilson; vice-president. Frank
Folland; treasurer, Henry Kondell; secre
tary, J. R. Whlttomore; corresponding
secretary, Tom Jannoy; board of super
visors, Thomas Nattress, Rex Wilson. L.
Bassett. The club has Issued 400 Invita
tions for a danco to be given at tho
l Ladles' Literary club, October 21.
"All ririht," said the Mill,
"1 understand you want
to be ground just riht or
there will be trouble. I'll
do my part and see that
you are granulated, not
'pulverized,' as you pass
through me. I know that
coffee ground too fine
tastes bitter. Skip along
and keep your date with
Notblnd dooa rlth GOLDEN CATC
COFFEE but aotlsfaotiou. No
prlioa no coupons no crockery.
1 and t! lb. ororan-tldbt tins.
I Novor sold in balk.
J. A. Folg'er (Si Co,
Eetobllslxod Half u Century
Srx Francisco I
! U Crystal afe
f 230 BTAXN STREET. -J-
6 Has Oponfrd.
Opco day aud nlht. Tel. Wl-T. 2.
$ Truy Order Solicited. f
' The "Garland" is pre-eminent in every point of i'y
material, workmanship, strength, beauty, service, con- i
:f-j venience, economy of fuel. But one quality, and that j:: igj
:.v the best. Sold by first .class dealers everywhere. :;..:!
i Tho Garland Gas Rnne Has No Equal ! I , t
:- Manufactured only by Tho Michigan Stove Company Detroit Chicaco 5$
. vi Lorcwt Mnkoni of SuiTcxond Unncfs In tho World. .' ..; PJl
kjj ;.J Sflndntn3niiiaplorpMlcotballfalbrldjo-whlil,lUiirland"Plijli)tCtrdi, !v'' fff
For Sale by Brubakor-Campboll Hardwaro Co . 27- "W. 3rd South St
( ' It Is with pleasure that wo announce to, tho public that
I tvc have Just completed arrangements with tho esteemed
house of "Wm. Knabo Cc Co. to represent them in this sec
tion and to handlo the Knabo piano in conjunction with
our other lines. Our line of agencies Is now, as it has ai
rways been, the FINEST that was ever handled under ono
foof, and the forty-four years of exporlonco In tho music
(business in the State has enabled us to fully understand
fthe requirements of tho music-loving public.
j In addition to this instrument will bo found here the re- ,
nownod Stelnway, tho Steck, Mason & Hamlin, Kimball,
Estcy, Heller and many others. Prices and terms to suit
I "Wo earnestly Invito tho music-loving public to call and E
. pnako a visit through our emporium of music Tho hand-
pomcst and largest music house west of Chicago. k
j , It will be a pleasure for ua to escort you through our F
Lyorlobs departments. .
0ayton music go., ' j
Hew Store. 109 Soutf) main St.
JOSEPH J. DAYNES, JR., Managor. !
$2.00 to ill !
' $3.50 Ijlf fpY
: Plush or . sllM))
Beavers, . J)
I $4.00 tO iW ) '
: LOIOrS. ,6 Maln sf.W J I
A Hat Suitable for Grandma or Granddaughter, j j
Mail Orders Solicited. S '
1 J. WILL GRHY & BR. 1
I " ehesterfield " ReadytoWear
I Slothes for Men
K IC tlie front of any Chosterflold suit breaks or gets out of jf$
p shape in twolvo months your money back or a now suit.
1 J. WILL GRAY & BR. I
153 MAIN STREET, EAST SIDE. M
I UNDER ELECTRie SIGN GRAY'S M
' DIAMOND -v& m
n I f" ' BETTER. I
U Wo manufacture ovorytntng In I
B ppcclal Jewelry dd-lgno. make over
li old Jowolry or buy it for old gold. W
Keep in stock Opals. Rubles, Din-
51 mondB, Sapphires, Jowolry, Silver H
Watches, Chains, Rlngo. Brooches,
A cto. VatOU DrtaklnB'. CB
I 259 SO. MAIN ST. 1
A positive nnfl &wrraanent euro lor
drunkenness and uio opium Oiscaoea.
There 1b no publicity, r.o Blckneao. Lotttea
tTentcrt od privately fto ut their own
hoinea, Tho Keeley Inotituto. ZH W. So,
Tcmplo, Bait Lako City. Utah.
i E5TABLI5HED J364- !" jjil
lpe,,to ali- never undersold I H
Stupendous Yal-ue H
I An opportune purchase for spot cash enables us to give house and 1
restaurant keepers remarkable values for their money this week. This . I 1
Is the way the prices run, and the more you buythe more money you'll
10 PIECES TABLE LINEN, a quality never- seen below $L15 a yard, 70 ' IH
lnchee wide, heavy and fine satin finish, bleached and sliver "7C i
bleached, on sale this week, per yard. , ...w. . Ow j
DINNER NAPKINS Every thread pure flax, bleached and silver '
bleached, fast edges, lS-inch size, positively unmatchable tf il -J r- '
below $2.00 a dozen. On sale per -dozen.. ....... ) 1.1 j
20-inch size, positively unmatchable below $2.25 a dozen. Git 1f
On sale per dozen . V ''ll
22-inch size, positively unmatchable below rf jrv 1
?2.75 a dozen. On sale per dozen . I.V (
1S J "AKES LSFErWALK EASY9 , j , H
Jgr-IgSfy iSj All ihoac little features tha.t express good (o.sto j I
M M ore found in the Crossed Dress Shoe. Mora
t M than that it is c. splendid wearer, end
H k$ ives what no other dress shoe giveo comfort. yttSp
flJT. ... ... Tfcfec i ,our diaii.T dfiei not htt thrm, fin.
ft fwMt LEWIS A. CROSSETT, Inc. 8 1
KOTflING BOX B OTTER
Made by the new modern orcamory where purity and oleanlinoss are flnrt J i .
An occulist may furnioh tho
proper lens, but an ino3Lporloncod
dealer in frames may ruin tho
merit of tho lens by not properly
fitting them. We tost tho eye,
grind tho lense and fit tho frame
and g-unranteo tho work.
'Phono 65 for tho correct time.
STATE FAIR JUDGES ,
HEWLETT BROi CO.. H
Ssvenv First Prizes for
Three Crown Products.' 'fM
First prlzo for beat display of Utah , lHHHH
Roods. : , jH
First prlzo for best display of Baking: 1 JHBHBHJ
Powder, I 'HHHHJ
First prlzo for best display of Spices. (hVhVhI
First prlzo for best dinplay of Extracts. ' j !
First prlzo for best quality Baking Pow- ,
First prlzo for best quality Splccs. I
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Every down-to-dato Grocer soils THREE IHHBHJ
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