If OF INTEREST TO WOMEN f
f FARRAR THE WAIF.
1 Jf BY HI CHARD B. S HELTON.
Iicopyrlght, 19M, by Richard B; Shel
laFnrrar had never before numbered
philanthropy among his sins, but
ifhce Miss Curlls had taken charge of
i he Fresh Air Fund home in the Ht
le village where he spent his summers
. i farrar had evidenced a decided Inter
act J fat ln the movement.
J Heretofore he had labeled children
P , if the fresh-air-fund variety and oth
,.r,'; jrwise as unmitigated little nuisances,
a0 i vhose chief aim in life was to annoy
heir elders and bring people's hearts
i nto their mouths by falling In
;o the river or crossing the street in
!ront of a speeding automobile.
JK He had even complained to the town
authorities before Miss Curtis took
charge, of course, of the noise creat
ed bv the fifty or more youngsters who
resided a few doors below his place,
A uid he had suggested that the home be
j removed to the woods outside the
; ifcBut with the advent of Miss Curtis,
'; ETarrar's attitude underwent a sudden
' ind thorough change. From the mo
ment he laid eyes on her young, earn-
J est fact, and looked into her clear
1-1IoTay eyes all this was at the post-
Ifllce while he was apologizing for
uinplng unceremoniously against her
-Farrar thanked his stars that the
own authorities had not listened to
lis suggestions concerning the removal
f the home.
It was because of Miss Curtis that
he youngsters of the home held fre
uent and boisterous picnics in Far
ir's pine grove; It was because of
er that they often rode a dozen at
time in his automobile and picked
Is gooseberries and currants unmo
t'&.ed. It was Jimmy Morrissey
Assessed of all the precocious wisdom
t East Side childhood who summed
fp the situation in the declaration:
IHully gee! De gazabo's dead easy,
cause he's daffy on her, see?"
Certain it was that the fresh air
' colony ruled Farrar, who explained
His change of heart by stating that he
Had discovered that they were "In
teresting little brutes." It is ex
tremely doubtful, however, If this
Interest in itself would have been
sufficient to induce him to drive his
8 'automobile to the village postofllce
.with a dozen unkempt urchins cling
ing precariously to the mid-guards.
His interest in "the little brutes" was
II haided and abetted by a frank smile
, ifrom a pair of clear gray eyes that
(greeted him when he returned his
screeching load to the home.
Instead of cursing the noisy brood
at the home, he smiled indulgently at
9 jtheir vocal exertions, for that noise
,was Intimately connected with Miss
; jCurtls, and Miss Curtis all uncon
jsclously on her part had entered Into
the place In Farrar's dreams reserved
I'i lor the one woman in the world.
' ifFarrar walked down the street to
! wards the home in the red glow of an
' ugust evening, a huge basket of cur
rants in one hand and a bundle of
wst-off but still useful clothing.
pegged personally from young mat
; rons of his acquaintance) In the other.
J Behind him strode his solemn-faced
gardener. similarly accoutered. and
iyldently of the opinion that the boss
-' iyrs out of his head.
JOn tn(? veranda of the home Far
rar dismissed the gardener, and en
. terlng the house found Miss Curtis in
r h'cr cool little ofllce.
it.'Tve foraged more or less success
f fully for the clothes you wanted for
. your charges." he said, depositing his
ipocfi That Every Womao
Pjr Desires to Know
I j pout Sanative Antisep-
Jj tic Cleansing
Mnd about the Care of the Shin,
Scalp, Hair and Hands
k 1- T
i Too much stress cannot bo placed on
j :tbo great value of Cutlcura Soap, Olnt-
;Mcnt and Resolvent In the antlscptlo
, jcleanslng of tho raucous surfaces, and
J (Of the blood and circulating fluids, thus
j ttffordlng pure, sweet and economical
,ji uocal and constitutional treatment for
J 'Weakening ulcerations, inflammations,
jj- Itchinga, irritations, relaxations, dls-
y placements, pains and Irregularities pe-
;'Cnllar to females. Hence tho Cutlcura
remedies have a wonderful influence In
j :rcatorlng health, strength and beauty
rJ !jto weary women, who have been prc
.3 maturely aged and Invalided by these
j distressing ailments, as well as such
A .ympathetlo afflictions as anaemia, chlo-r-j
ifosls, hysteria and nervousness.
4 "Women from tho very first have folly
k appreciated tho purity and sweetness,
Hh power to nflord lmmcdiato relief,
i line certainty of speedy and permanent
J $curc, the absolute safety and great
5 conomy which have made the Cutlcura
fl J668 lle standard humour remedies
4 -civilized world.
L.ff i ,1s of wracu use Cutlcura Soap,
i Jwslstedby Cutlcura Ointment, for pre'
i' !fV ?' and beautlfylug tho
wm, for cleansing tho scalp of crusts,
I ffii aa,dandrutr, aud the stopping of
IE R r' for aoftcniug, whitening
fjud soothing red, rough and sore hands"
3 LvDnoying ,rrltatlona and ulcerative
4 'SnMeaae3' and for many sanative, an
i r'tWniC,PUrpos03 whlch readlly suggest
i"" of tbc t0Het. bath and nursery.
t.wni,Jfte, hM It4 1,",-: PrTu nt 0y. n'.Z
i hotter 'x' a"'n- 1 Colu )bi;
load, "and I brought you all the cur
rants that are ripe. You can use them,
"You're more than kind," she said,
gratefully. "You have given me the
first ray of light in a long, wearing
day. Sometimes I think they're very
ungrateful little beasts, and I'm al
most tempted to give up this work."
"Do,'' he said, eagerly.
She smiled wearily.
"If It wasn't for tho question of
bread and butter involved"
"Try something else," Farrar Inter
rupted. "I'm certainly open to suggestions,"
she said, with a sigh.
"Well," said he, "I know a place
3'ou're admirably adapted to. I know
a waif that has some sterling qualities
and many faults. I'd liko to seo him
under proper care. If tho faults were
corrected and the sterling qualities
developed, I think ho might make
quite a man. I wish you'd take him
and experiment with him."
"And starve in the meantime?" Bhe
"Oh, no," he said- "The waif is not
liko these here. Ho has plenty of
money in trust for him, and a part of
it could be set aside for his education.
No prettier autumn picture could be se
cured in Central park or along Rlversldo
drlvo than ono seen in a flitting glanco
yesterday In this city. A high-seated
trap, a high-stepping black horso driven
by a bcllo gowned in a light grey after
noon suit and a hat trimmed with Just a
suggestion of red most becoming in ovory
Many went up to tho post last evening
to onjoy the hospitality of the officers and
ladies of the garrison. Dancing was fully
enjoyed from S:30 to 11 o'clock.
Dr. J. F Crltchlow left for Montana
last evening. y
Tho Overland Limited today will bo
practically owned by Salt Lake society,
as among tho passengers will bo Mr. and
Mrs. George Y. AVallaco, Mr. and Mrs.
Ezra Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Lvnch, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Clayton and
child. Robert D. Grant and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Porter, child and maid, Mr,
and Mrs. XV. O. Cleland, Mr. Saville. Mr.
James, Mr. Slcgcl. Mr. and Mrs. Hoslo.
Jim Iloglo and Mrs. Werner.
Mr. and Mrs. Mont Ferry, with Mr.
Ferry's si3ter, child and maid, left for
California yesterday, to be away some
Tho flrst round of tho golf tournament
for tho cup offered by tho men of thb
Countrv club will be played next Wednes
day. Nino holes will be played, and the
following will bo the opposing players:
Miss Miller vs. Mrs. Gould Smith, Miss
Goddes vs. Mrs. Griffin, Miss Williams vs.
Miss Kinney, MLss Judge vs. Miss McCor
nlck, Mrs. Channlng vs. Mrs. Stciner,
Mi-3. Ilarkness vs Mrs. Roberts. Miss
Woodwnrd vs Mrs. J. E. Woodward, Mrs
McGurrln vs. Mrs. Cunningham. But ono
thing remains to bo settled before tho
tlrat round begins, and that is tho handi
cap to be given certain of tho players.
Tho greens commltteo Is yet at sea about
this matter and will bo until It has tho
opportunity to watch all tho players. It
behooves tho contestants, therefore, to
put In much of the remaining time on tho
links, that tho committee may do its duty.
Mrs. John T. Donnellan and Miss Mar
guerite Donnellnn leave the latter part of
noxt week for the City of Mexico, whero
they will spend a part of tho winter with
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Bottsford and Miss
I HAPPENINGS ABS0AD f '
TOKIO, Oct. 14. Lloyd G. Grlscom.
the Amorlcan Minister, gavo a fanwoll
dinner tonlcht In honor of LIout-Gcn.
Prlnco I'ushlml and his sulio.
BERLIN. Oct. 11. Emperor William
has nominated a Jewish mllllonalro
merchant, James Simon, to bo a llfo
member of tho Prussian houso of peers.
BERLIN. OcL II. Tho tono of tho
boureo was weakor today owing to tho
defeat of tho Russian army south of
TOKIO, Oct. 11. It is officially an
nounced that twentv-soven officers wore
killed and that 133 vero wounded dur
ing tho operations against Port Arthur
from June 20 to July 31.
LONDON. Oct. 14. Among tho passen
gers on the Hamburg-American lino
Btoamcr Doutschland, sailing from Do
ver and Cherbourg for New York today
arc Embassador McCormlck and John B.
Johnson. American Minister to Greece,
Roumanla and Servia.
CIIEFOO, OcL 11. No news reached
Che Foo today concerning tho operations
at Port Arthur.
PARIS, Oct, 14. Trading on the
bourse today opened very dull, influenced
by tho reports of the Russian reverses,
but closed firm. Russian Imperial 4"s
were quoted at ?93.90 and Russian bonds
of 1W1 at ?S1S.
LONDON, Oct. 14 .Tapaneso securities
on the ntock exchange benefited by
Oyama's victory. Imperial Japanese
securities, G's of 1901 wero quoted at $oyH
Russians wuro easier.
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 14. Tho
American embassy has not yet trans
mitted to tho Forclim offlco representa
tions regarding tho American malls of
the British atcamor Calchas, captured
by tho Vladivostok uqundron in July
COPENHAGEN, Oct. 14.-Groat excite
ment htm been causod by tho oxpoctod
pa 33a go of tho Rusul.in Baltic licet
through Danish waters Tho largest
ships can only go through . tho Great
Belt, between Zealand and Funen
ST. PETERSBURG. Oct. II. Tho Rus
sian Baltic licet, which sailed from Ll
bau lost nlfht on a short crulso, con
slstod of novon battleships, two armored
cruusorH, five protected cruisers, seven
torpedo boat destroyers, four auxiliary
cruisers and Boven transport;), including
tho repair ship Kamtchatka.
What he needs is a personal interest
taken in him. He's a friendless sort
of a chap. That's why I call him a
"Tell me more about this," she urged
"What could I do for him?"
,rVnii rmilri mnke ri mnn nf hlni.
I'm convinced," he said.
"Where are his relatives?" she
"In heaven I hope," said he.
"Poor chap, and he's all alone?"
"And you think I could get a posi
tion as sort of governess to him?"
"No," he said, flatly. "I don't."
She lifted her brows.
"I think you could make a man of
him as his wife," said he.
She looked at him In amazement
Then she noticed that his eyes sought
hers eagerly and that his hand, lying
on her desk, trembled.
"He's a lazy, rascal waif," said he
haltingly, "but with some one to care
for him he might be different."
Miss Curtis rose. The gray eyes
seemed looking beyond him and Into
the future. And evidently that future
was satisfactory, for she laid her
hand gently on his shoulder and
"Dear, lonesome waif," she said.
And because of all this, the fresh
air fund home is yearly supplied with
fruit from the Farrar place and tho
fresh air children who come, a new lot
each year, stay as much with Farrar
and his wife as at the home.
Josephine havo gono to California, to bo
away tho greater part of tho winter.
Mr. Pypor has issued very tastefully en
graved announcements for tho concert by
Miss Gates and tho Symphony orchestra
on October 20.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bibughnll aro now.
at Ocean Park, Cal., whero they have
taken a houso for October. Thoy will not
return to Salt Lake until after tho holi
days, when thoy will bo at homo at
"Whitehall" until the completion of their
contemplated residence on East Brlgham
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Dayncs aro now
located in their new homo on tho corner
of D and First streets, nnd will bo at
homo to their friends.
Schilling's Best is sold as
you like to buy everything.
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so; it wouldn't pay to sell
Vour grocer Mturna yoor money If you don't liko
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