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jfcONTRARY TO PRECEDENT
BY BARRY PRESTON.
1 RCopyrlght, 1904, by T. C. McClure.)
$J Recording to precedent, Professor
V j Houghton should have been fat, bald- ,
Saded, near-sighted and shabbily i
L ressed; he should have talked In a I
ij fow, deliberate tone: he should have
'' ftld heavy compliments to the young
vomer.: and at all times and in all
), ffaces he should have been absurdly
A The men of science whom Miss
, Jloverly had met heretoforo at tho
y Irenton's country place had always
en very much of this description
' itald savants, who sat a horso with
' is' much grace as they would have
! Tdden a rail, who infallibly lost them
:, Jeives whenever they went shooting,
::i mi who spent much of their time
?adlng before the librai'y flro tomes
j Sinco vr-rv titles were denresslncr in
': jielr profundity.
I &he fact that Stoughton held the
ihair of biology in one of the big
: Western colleges seemed irreconcll-
blc with his youthful face and his al-
nost boyish enthusiasm over the horses
mi. the shooting.
When he was presented to Miss
TOovcrly, Just before dinner, on the
Ky of his arrival, that self-possessed
woung woman frankly told him that
y Jfce had upset all her preconceived Ideas
Istoughton. laughed delightedly.
I'Tve fooled the world Into thinking
(am a biologist, but between you and
me I don't mind confessing I'm an
i overgrown boy," he whispered to her
! f I is she went Into dinner on his arm.
Sit was a dinner that Stoughton long
,i remembered the mellow candle light,
' the gay banter, but most of all the
; jiulet, gray-eyed girl beside him, whose
I few words were always to the point and
1 whose smile was something a god
from high Olympus might well sue for.
.1 jfcAll through the dinner Stoughton.
': under the spell of that smile, was at
his best. His timely repartee and his
brilliant flashes of wit kept the tabic
' In a genial uprcar, but when the men
?i jrere left to the decanters and the ci
I gars he fell Into a brown study, Idly
( twirling a spirit glass between his
thumb and linger and smiling quietly
A b himself as he recalled Miss Cover
':4ly'3 white throat and the pretty poise
tf her head.
He was quite oblivious to the trend
'. the conversation, and when young
Baxter asked him for the third time
i -whether he considered a gasoline
nUl n ctMni carriage better for hill
MV climbing. Stoughton stared uneasily
UUS and said. "Oh, certainly, by all
means," Whereupon Jacki Brenton,
i who hnd ben regarding him closely,
laughed Imrroderately, and suggested
J that they Join the ladles and discuss
rt the morrow s hunt.
at?I jStoughton managed to be v much
))), with "Miss Coverly during his stay at
j the Brentons. They rode together in
P the crisp, autumn mornings; together
) they beat the neighboring coverts for
grouse and partridge; they strolled
J afield In the gorgeous twilights.
& $ Stoughton, who had never before
Jj given the matter much thqught, dis
J:i covered he was 'possessed of a heart,
J land the alternate Hashes of hope and
jl; flfaespalr this discovery brought , about
yave him ample opportunity for studies
'1.CS At the end of the second week there
"Juime a day of gray, monotonous rain.
HHfe the billiard room the men were
Biving to amuse themselves with
Such smoke and an occasional bit of
(brilliant play. The women were en
I ideavorinET to kill time with the latest
Jin Bhovels and long-neglected correspond
ft Stoughton sought the library, where
. a big log sputteixid cheerfully on the
1 hearth, He drew a chair before the
''i iflre, and, picking up a book at random,
ri began to read.
i There was a sound of light footsteps
' on the polished floor, and a quiet voice
'fifi, gald, mockingly;
K 5 "At last you yield lo Precedent. All
rf SAFEST FOOD
, In. Any Time of Trouble is Grape
; Pood to rebuild the strength and that
Is predlgestcd must be selected when
j7 one Is convalescent. At this time there
flP ils nothing so valuable as Grape-Nuts
A &or tne reason that this food ls'all nour
II J hment and Is also all digestible nour
J hment. A woman who used It says:
if "Some time ago I was very ill with
'j typhoid fever, so 111 everyone thought T
' .would die, even myself. It left me so
weak I could not properly digest food of
MRrty kind and I also had much bowel
trouble which left me a. weak, helpless
i '"I needed nourishment as badly as
i ;any one could, but none of the tonics
i ,l)ea mG unU1 T Anally tried Grape
- ts food, morning and evening. This
A 'in ?nly suPPllel food that I thought
i i-eilclous as could be but it also made
tUI t 6 perfectly well and strong again so
5 rioCan do a11 my housework, sleep well,
t 'can eat anything without any trace of
3 ,DOwei trouble and for that reason alone
&Nut8 food is worth its wolght in
a ljJn", Nane given by Posturu Co.,
1 r.tle Creek. Mich.
rTj-phold fever, llko some other dls
i iSt altacks the bowels and f requc-nt-m
iKiu up bleeding and makes them for
t Wttn, Incapable of digesting tho
- 5 fm and therefore pre-digested
fp0"I,,uts 13 Invaluable for the well
' vl thl ? n rca8on that in Grape-Nuts all
Z fnf marches have been transformed
JiiS sriape EUsar. This means that the
' '! S,61 01 digestion has been me--
fnn,i cal?r accomplished in Grape-Nuts
TIS inn! lne factories and therefore any-,
f PD ;"no matter how weak the stomach,1
xne nourishment is still there.
ftrlai j;;vcaSiSOUnd reason and 10 day
"ill LGWel!vina0.U8 llUlD book- "The 1101111
i V" i " wlvllle," in each pkg.
the others read ponderous books before
Stoughton turned. Miss Covcrly
stood nt the other end of the fireplace
' regarding him gravely.
- "The others?" he said; Inquiringly,
as he laid the book down. .
"The other men of science," she ex
plained. "Did they read bound volumes of
German funny papers?" he laughed.
"Don't tell me," she said In shocked
tones, "you are reading 'Pllegende
"Caught red-handed," ho confessed.
"You seem to have no respect for
precedent," she pouted.
"You told me the other gentlemen
of science who came here were fat
and bald-headed and vague as to ideas.
Tell me, have I grieved you very much
In not following the precedent in these
"Not tremendously," she laughed.
"Look here," he said suddenly, ' did
The story appearing in the New York
American about Mrs. Samuel Newhouse
Is merely one of the things which promi
nent people have to put up with.
That It was absurd and quite un
true would go for nothing with a writer
on one of tho. yellow journals. Every
one who knows Mrs. Newhouse appre
ciates the fact that she is a charming
American, who is recognized in the so
cial sets of Europe and this country be
cause of her own personality, Just as
Mr. Newhouse has forged to the front
owing to his business foresight. That
they occupy such a position does not
mean that they have forgotten the early
days of Colorado. They did live in a
diminutive home in a small place, but It
was their home and made by Mr. New
house, a fact of which he iy proud. This
la decidedly "different from the stories
often printed of their early life.
One of the delightful events of Satur
day night was a dinner given by" Miss
Judge for a dozen of her friends. The
entertainment was at the Country club.
Those who enjoyed meeting Count
Leon de Laborde and Philip TV. Liver
more las't 5-prIng will be glad to know
that they returned to the city yester-
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Oct. 17 Ebone
zcr B. Berelicr. a well-known malch man
ufacturer and son of Anson Boreher,
whose Invention of a machine completely
revolutionized the match-making Indus
try, is dead here aged 74.
MARION. IncL, Oct 17. William J.
Bryan started today on the fifth day of
the Indiana campaign. Speeches were
made at Lebanon, Frankfort. Delphi.
Logansport, Converse and this city. J. G.
Jchnson of Kansas joined the Bryan par
ty hen today. Mr. Bryan has a slight
cold, but his voice Is strong.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 17. With eighteen en
tries, representing America, Eng'.and and
Japan, the first kltc-llylng contests of the
kind ever held began today In the aeron
autic concourae. the Stadium and other
clear spaces at the World's fair.
DES MOTNES. Ta.. Oct. 17. The Congre
gational Home Missionary society held Its
annual meeting here today In connection
with the National Congregational council.
President Cyrus Northrop, D. D., of Min
neapolis, presided. Receipts for year were
J211.1M; expenditures, 5337.C70.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17. Tho case of
Senator Burton was beforo the United
States Supreme court today. It came up
on a motion of Wr. N. Ro3sington of Topc
ka. Burton's attorney, lo advance tho
case now in tho Supremo court. .Tho mat
ter was taken under ndviBemont.
NEW YORK. Oct. 17. Two moro sud
den deaths, attributed to wood alcohol or
bofjus whisky, havo been reported by the
police pf tho lower West Side.
ST. LOUTS. Oct 17. The Foreign Chris
tian Missionary society of tho Christian
church convened in annual convention to
day as part of the scries of national mis
sionary conventions lhat are being held
here under tho auspices of tho Christian
CHICAGO. Oct. 17. As a precaution
against disastrous fires, automatic alarm
lines running direct to the lire department
are being installed In Chicago theaters.
The wines are connected with tho snrln
klor systems, and when the, atmosphere
becomes heated beyond a certain degree
the alarm la turned In automatically.
NEW YORK Oct. 17. Thirty members
of the volunteer lire department of San
Francisco and six members of the regu
lar department of lhat city have arrived
here on a tour of inspection. A pro
gramme arranged for their entertainment
Includes exhibition drills.
NEW YORK. Oct 17. Dr. Carl Rucnz,
German Consui-Gcnernl to New York, Is
seriously 111 from appendicitis at his resi
dence here An operation has been per
formed and his condition is reported to
be quite serious and considerable alarm la
felt us to tho outcome.
NEW YORK, Oct. 17. The stockholders
of tho Consolidated Tobacco company met
at Jersey City today and voted in favor
of merging with tho American Tobacco
company and the Continental Tobacco
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 17,-Slx new
steamers arc to be added to tho fleet of
the Kosmoa lino, to ply In tho freight
trade between this port apd Hamburg
The vosbcIs arc to be larger and faster
than tho80 now running to this port and
are to ba equipped with passenger accom
modations. BUENOS AYRES, Oct. 17.-MInlater of
Marino Martin has entertained foreign
naval officers at a banquet on board tho
armored cruiser Almlranto Brown.
" Found Dead In His Coll.
PORTLAND. Or., Oct. 17. John J. Mc
Swoyn, who appeared at the county Jail
on Saturday In a demented condition, ask
ing for protection from Imaginary en
emies, was found dead In his cell this
morning. He had hanged himself with
strips torn from a blanket. McSwoyn
formerly lived In Seattle.
any of those scientific fossils propose
"Goodness! "What an absurd ques
tion!" said she.
"Did they9" he persisted.
"Well, you see, my er. chief desire
Is not to follow their established pre
cedent," he remarked pointedly.
The girl Hushed; the professor came
a s.tep nearer The girl retreated; the
professor advanced sturdily. In a cor
ner he caught her and held her fast.
"Contrary to precedent," said he
evenly, "I shall ask you to marry me."
There was a long silence. Then
Miss Coverly lifted to Stoughton a pair
of eyes twinkling wickedly.
"And contrary to precedent I shall
say " she began and pased.
"What will you say?" he begged.
"Now now, if It's contrary to pre
cedent, can't you imagine what I shall
say?" she asked archly.
Mrs. Brenton came Into the room
"We need Miss Coverly for a four
hand at bridge," she said. "Now, how
long, Professor Stoughton, do you in
tend to monopolize her society?"
The professor took the girl's hand
In his and faced the smiling Intruder.
"Forever, dear Mrs. Brenton," he
day for quite a stay pt the Newhouse
home, and they will no doubt be the
center of much hospitality during their
The usual first-nighters were seen at
the Theater last evening.
Mrs. Downey will entertain tomorrow.
Mrs. Thompson - of the Fifth East
hote-1 will entertain today and tomor
row. Misa Geddes, who is an ideal hostess,
entertained at a dinner at the Country
club last evening.
Mrs. Albert Walker and daughter left
yesterday for St. Louis. Mrs. J. R.
Walker and Mrs. Witcher Jones were on
the same train.
Gerber A. Nichols, a brother-in-law of
L. P. Palmer, clerk of the Supreme
court and his -wife, arrived In town
from Coldwater, Mich., where they have
been living ,aud are staying with Mr.
and Mrs. Palmer at their residence, L'll
East Third South. Mr. and Mrs.
Nichols are on their way to the coast,
and will stay In Salt Lake for a few-days.
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