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3thubsday morning, OCTOJ3EK 20, luoi. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. page tivm H
j OF INTEREST TO WOMEN ij
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It BY RUTH SA2JTELLE.
jBht 1904, by K. It- Whitehead.)
' ' tie Temple came hurriedly up
-v iteps with a Pi"Taeul lock in
' aually dreamy eyes, that elicited
A hnur of surprised comment from
- earest Kroup" on tlie hotel piazza,
j tby Vane was holding merry
u ti Miyhap It was rude to Inter
iiUo! Upright's best story; hut the fair
I llf(ed questioning eyes and Ber-
104 lunged Into the hostile masculine
you pjcaee, Miss Dorothy. I I
til, 'd Ilk'? to bee a few moments'
jj erEntlon-prlvate, if I may make so
liHU' r'hapfl It was for the reason that
frank request, made with such
ent confidence In its being grant--
i wnnded so unlike diffident, self
tcatorj" Bertie that her woman's
Jul. (Blty was aroused. At any rate,
ufIoub swains received a gracious,
(pate smile for their kindness, and
JDorotny was borne away down
v noonllt piazza on the arm of that
s in In a deuce of a hole, Dollle."
h Bertie, low and hurriedly. "I
i -i tell anybody else, but I know
Ihelp a fellow out. It's that Miss
, iklns oh! I suppose it sounds
' '- itfully caddish but I should think
must have seen' Encouraged by
Childlike countenance to take ad
N: age like all the others"
- tost unhappy Infant!" Interrupted
thy, with a sympathetic pat on
whlte-flanneled sleeve, "You have
four united commiserations for a
: c If that amiable spinster harbors
I slgn upon your Innocent head ap
len'jj ncc3 are Indeed misleading. Only
t; I beseech of you, ask me to
ie' a faithful conscience by hiding
j false front or anything like that."
X Jo, Dollie, I have my plan amaz
I j y simple, and, I think you'll admit,
3 ler clever" Then he added with a
i rp glance from the corners of his
J ir unobserved by the smiling mal
"And If you'll only say yes.
i le, we ought to be able to get some
1 A tout of it, thrown in."
-4 friveil your mystery," came the
- Sated command.
Ls Just this the old, old bore
j on-holed me after dinner tonight
; j whispered laughingly that she
1 ivered the music-room window
J fid the portieres was the most
t;enly place to watch the moon
j tion the waves, and that she was
.-X V to feast her soul there this eve
v1 and oh' You know the sort
' Huff' Of course It would be the
. i t natural thing In the world for
Jfto forget It if I had persuaded
;flancee to sit with me just out
r,kg, the window." Ho stopped sud-
y as they reached the corner of
' J east piazza, caught both the girl's
t Ja, and held them for an Instant,
dwtsi lllo; will you be engaged to me
, kan. hour Just to save a fellow
"' irothy's head went high, the scent
.mP ibattlf In her delicate nostrils.
. , ..A liig the barely perceptible helta-
2 ler mind held the picture of n
uaj jitrii aiiu imu utrcu uiic.il-
90 )ut of an afternoon's sailing with
adorable Froddio Burton by Miss
j. pWns's meddling.
""I, 'II do It, Bertie!" she whispered in
iimoment later Mr. Temple was
Ing his fiancee pro tern, beneath
A y Iwlde, dark music-room window.
I Lh! Dollie mine." he breathed In
J j ilrably lover-like tones, while the
J lig'lady thus possessively addressed
. ,! suppressed hysterical giggles. "At
L- have you to myself and away
. j H all those smirking cads that elus-
around you as if they had the right'
j.'Ent ,s mlne now I5"'1 lt sweet-
JUO 'e-es," very faintly.
mny encouraged, the happy .lover
r1 nearer and availed himself of
ronl! tempting white hands. Miss Dor
m. removed them from his tender
Jmencc. "Now, Bertie! How many
its have I to tell you"
flaJKere was Just the tiniest rustling
iln the window.
ItolUo!" he whispered, "you
iitn't forget we're engaged."
jwgjJP6 hunds .resigned themselves limp
VP the inevitable.
hope you realize, dearest" the
ft became audible again, and Doro
was surprised to note how pleas-
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anlly caressing Bertie's voice could be
"that you hnve made me the happiest
man alive. I've never wanted any
thing us I have this, and now oh! gir
lie, it's almost unbelievable yet. Tell
me nguin that It's so that you truly
Dorothy's eyes opened wide in the
darkness. Bertie Temple making love
j In this magnificent fashion! It was
I almost thrilling. ,
, "Why, of course I do, silly. You
know It without my repeating it over
and over as If I had nothing else to
1 "Do what, sweetheart?" mischievous
lv. Again a suggestion of movement on
the other side of the window.
Bertie pressed the captive hands
warnlngly. "Please," he whispered.
"She's there listening. You promised.
We'll both be In for It If you fall now."
"Well, then, behave!" she retorted
under her breath. "Just this once,
mind." Then a little louder, but un
steadily "Do I I love you, Bertie,"
"Oh! my little girl, my little girl!"
he said, huskily, holding the " hands
tighter than ever. "I said I Was happy
before, but I've never been absolutely
so until this minute. Why, Dollie!
You remember we were interrupted
last night and you never let me
kiss. you. It's yes, Isn't it dear?"
leaning very close.
"Why, Bertie Temple, I should say
not! Of all the mean, deceiving ad-vontage-taklng
tricks " she paused
breathless, her voice quivering vrath
fully. But Bertie clung desperately to her
hanfts. "Dollle, don't spoil It all!" ln
a beseeching whisper; "we'll never hear
the last of It"
She sank back weakly.
"Oh! I I It's so very new, yon
know. I'm not accustomed to It yet.
You you are not angry with me d
"Angry with you? Never as long as
' "Of course, I didn't moan that. But
anyway you mustn't surprise me so
violently. It might mako me 1 like
you less. No, I guess I'd better not
let you tonight, just for punishment.
No I well! If you're going to feel
so heart-broken, just one ve ry tiny
one right here," indicating the tip of
a rosy ear.
The elaborate performance was hard
ly concluded when a small, agitated
voice came ery close to Mr. Temple's
own auditory member.
"Bertie! I'm positive I smell fresh
cigar smoke! Do you suppose any
one is listening 'round the corner? I
shall simply die."
The answer cahie from an unexpect
ed quarter. Out of the dusk of the
low music-room window stepped the
youthful. Immaculate figure of Miss
Dorothy's brother Bob,
"Hello, ou two,1' he greeted geni
ally, but with carefully modulated
voice. "I didn't mean to listen more
than a mlnut, but llnvas too-good a
chance to learn how. I knew you'd
not mind so much, being all in the
family. But, seriously, old man, I'm
no end glad! Rather have you for a
brother than any fellow I know
tho' I had a suspicion Dot made a
practice of refusing you about once a
week. And here's my most brother
ly kiss for the maiden not on the car,
either'" And Bob beonied gleefully on
one and then on the other a man who
had risen to accept his felicitations
with qulfet dignity, and 'a girl who stood
with both hands pressed to a palpitat
"This will just about .sign your re
lease on the Slmpklns question, won't
It, Bertie?" continued the garrulous
Bob. "By the bye. that, cheerful skele
ton came tip-toting Into the music
room Just before you two obscured my
outlook and left with obvious reluct
ance on discovering me I suppose
it's registered to my discredit, but I
hadn't the moral courage to resign tho
window seat ln her favor."
Dorothy's hands suddenly covered
her face, but not in time to quench
a little gasping sound, that , was not
more than half laughter.
Bertie took one step to her side
and threw a protecting arm across the
bent shoulders. Under that shelter a
fluttering little heart was proclaiming:
"She did come' It was the truth and
not a Joke to make me wretched! I
could never have married a man who
would lie to me!"
"Dot must be weeping to think how
cut up old lady Slmpklns will be,"
ventured Bob. "And nervous, I oup
pose, at being Interrupted so suddenly.
Never mind, little girl, I'll go right
away and never tell a soul. Only she
must show brother her new ring or
is it all so very new that the ring hasn't
"So new that the ring was about to
be produced when you appeared," re- i
plied Bertie, in a very deep voice,
taking Dollle's left hand and slipping
something very quickly onto her fln
ser. "Oh!" she cried, with a quaver of de
light, then she sat down very abrupt
ly, leaning forward to let the moonlight
sparkle on the beautiful stone.
For once In his life Bob showed suf
ficient discretion to steal noiselessly
She sat very still, absently turning
the circlet this way and that, watching
the flash of changing colors. Then
with a shaky little sigh she slipped It
off and held it out toward him. "It's
very lovely, Bertie. I guess the girl
you bought it for won't mind my hav
ing it on for a few minutes. ( Aren't
you going to tell me who she 'is, Ber
tie? We've been pretty good friends,
Straight and tall he stood before her.
"Yes, Dollle, I am going to tell you
who she Is," she answered slowly; then
dropped on one knee and slipped the
ring back on the finger from which she
had removed it. "She is you. you,
you," he whispered, "and no one else
ln the vide world. May It stay there,
"Bertie," and her eyes grew lumin
ous with wonder. "Do you mean that
you still care, after I have refused
you oh! I don't like to think how
many times? But I never knew how
nice you could be."
"You never gave me the chance,"
he answered happily. "So I had to
Golf and luncheon were the features at
tho Country club yesterday and the at
tendance was very good, allny of the
girls were also on the courts practicing
for the coming tennis tournament. Sev
eral small and Informal luncheons wero
given, but no large or formal entertain
ment was Included in tho day's pro
gramme. Mrs. Thomas Weir will entertain at
luncheon tomorrow In honor of Mrs. Lu
clwltz and Mrs. Adams.
Bridge whist, which Is the game of lo
cal society nowadays, was played by tho
few guests at the home of Mrs. Gcorgo
M. Downey yesterday and the afternoon
proved a ercat success.
: The park is dally filled with horseback
riders these bricht fall days.
Mrs. Thompson of the Fifth East hotel
was tho hostess yesterday at a second
Informal party for a few of her friends,
Mrs. Lcdyard M. Bailey gave a buffet
luncheon vestcrday afternoon at her
homo ln honor of MIbs IfflohearU Tho
guests of the afternoon were members of
the Shakespeare section of the Ladles'
Literary club and numbered about thirty.
A vcrv enjoyable feature of the after
noon was the talk on "King Lear ' by
Prof. Fred Reynolds of the University, of
Utah, tho talk being all thc.moro Inter
esting to the guests present as the
Shakespeare section Ih Juat now studying
Mr. and Mrs. Morrow of Kansas City
are guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs.
Justus Jungle for a short time. Mrs. Mor
row, and Mrs. Jungle nre-slstcrs, Among
the entertainments in honor of the ICun
fina Cltv visitors was tho Informal dinner
of Tuesday evening, given by F J. Fa
bian, at his homo on Twelfth East street.
A marriage that was aolomnlzed yester
day nnd which will be a surprise to many
friends was that of MIph May B Dyo of
this city and William Darke, tho solicit
ing agent of the Burlington in General
Agent Ncslcn's department In this city.
They were married at 1:30 and loft on Rio
Grande No. 4 last evening for a trip to
Chicago, Kansas City and the World's
fair. Many friends will be glad to Offer
congratulation when they return.
Mr., nnd Mrs. F. E. Klelnschmldt and
daughter have returned from a pleasant
trip to the World's fair. They were away
a month visiting Mr. Klolnschmidt's lam
lly, and his mother returned to the city
with them to pass a few months here.
i Monday evening a very pretty wedding
reception was given at the home of Mrs.
A. Carter. 533 South Second West In honor
of tho marrlogo of her daughter. May, to
A. E. Osborne. About seventy-fivo rela
tives and friends were present to wish tho
couple a happy Journey through life. The
rooms wero tastefully decorated with
fjnrnatlons and smllax nnd a bower of
autumn leaves Gurroundcd tho punch bowl,
which was precided over by Mlaa Nellie
Carter, sister to the bride. After tho
ceremony, which wa3 performed by Rev.
Mr. Perkln3 of St. Paul's, an elaborato
Supper was uerved. Mr. and Mrs. Osborne
will be at homo to their friends af tor No
vember 1 at No. J2 Kendall terrace.
The ladles of St. Paul's guild will have a
chkd wale next Saturday morning from 10
until 12 at Kelih-O' Brian's ntovc.
Mrs. L. II. Farnsworth will entertain at
The marriage of Mies Emma Fisher,
daughter of County Auditor I. M. Fisher,
to Dr. E. C. Falrweather, will tuke place
this morning at St. Mark's cafiedral,
Dean Eddlo officiating. Both are well
known In the city, which -will-continue
to be their futuro home.
Salt Lake deleKates to tho annual con
vention of the Utah Federation of Wo
men's clubs, which meets-today at Lo
gan, left last ovonlng for that place. Con
siderable interest Is manifested ln the
convention and a goodly representation of
club women, especially from the north
ern part of the State, will bo present. A
slltrht chango has been made in tho pro
gramme from that announced last week,
Mrs, Joel Priest of this city to give a pa
per on "Nonnensc Verse" in placo of the
one on "Japanese Art," which was to
have been given by Mrs. A C. Ewing.
Mrs. Priest Is a member of tho Ladies'
Among the Salt Lake women who will
attend tho convention are Mrs. Cleason S.
Kinney, president of tho Utah Federa
tion; Mrs. John Cain and Mrs. A. J. Gor
hnm, delegates from the Ladles' LJteiary
club; Mrs. J. L. Priest and Miss Jessup
of thu Ladles' Literary club, who take
part ln the programme; Mrs. E. O. Lee,
president of the Reviewers; Mrs. F. D.
lilckford, Lodles' Literary club; Miss
Emellne Wells and Mrs, Soldon I Claw
eon, tho Clcofan; Mrs. II. S. Stowo, Mrs.
William H. Jones, Mrs. A. J. Johnson,
Mrs. V. U Pease, the Woman's club;
Mrs Charles H. McMahon, Mrs. James F.
Marsliall, Mrs. L. E. Frccland, the P, E.
O.; Mrs, W W. Rlter, Mrs. Charles Crls
mon, Authors' club; Mrs. Lucy A. Clark,
Mrs. Maria Francis, Mrs. Mary S. Kelly,
Utah Woman'B Press club; Mrs. J C.
McClaln, Homo Protective league; Mrs.
Emma Mooney, Council of Jewish Wo-moo.
How Is it possible for a sane man vitli
good teeth to destroy them through carelerj
neglecl I SOZODONT Is positively bene
ficial. It has made the toothbrush habit z,
the natural complement of SOZODON"
Liquid, Is a beautiful polisher, absolute
frsc from gril and acid. Are you uslnp i.
You ourjht to be.
! 1 FORI:?' I POWDER. PASTE
Good inside wiremen, S3. 50 per
day, 8-hour day. Steady work. Ap
SEATTLE ELECTRIC CO.
"As any Cold may lead to Catarrh -Peruna should
be kept In every home. Dr. s. e. Hartman. 5
ANY people persist In riding on the Do not put it off. Do not waste time
street cars, Insufficiently protected by taking other remedies. Begin at once
by clothing. to take Peruna and continue taking It
They start out perhaps In the heat of O M -" ttM until you are posl
the day and do not feel the need of T Take jtlve that the cold
wraps. T Pe-ru-na Thas entirely disap-
The rapid moving of the car cools the !f in Time, peared. This may
-T-M-M-4- H fbody unduly. When -f -f save you a long and
Precaution jthey board the car, perhaps fatal Illness later on ln the sea
H Better Than T perhaps they are ton.
Medicine. lightly perspiring. Mr. George Livingston, a prominent
-4-4--f-f---t"t""-fr"- When the body is in architect and builder of Los Angeles,
this condition, it le easily chilled. ThlB Cal., writes from the Census Office
Is especially true when a person is sit- Building, Washington, D. C, as follows;
ting. "I do not hesitate, when I seo a
Beginning a street car ride ln the friend or acquaintance suffering- from
middle of the day and ending it in the a coi& that is stubborn and threaten
evening almost invariably requires ex- in? to become chronic, to recommend
tra wraps, but people do not observe peurm,
these precautions, hence they catch cdld , , ,.,,
Colds are becoming very frequent In . It relieved me from a long and dis---0
summer on this ,trCS,S"AB catarrhal trouble and brought
f Nip Colds -f account, and as the I back the strength the disease had taken
in tho weather becomes ftway. I recommend it as a cure and a
Beginning. Icooler. It happens tonic that cannot be surpassed. -XtJlJllm
nfte-ner George Livingston.
t , .? .u , ? I Mrs. B. Schober. 221 10th St., Portland,
During the month of October no one 0re , writes
should thing of riding on the car with- j am pised to testify to the won
out extra wraps. derful curative value of Poruna in
A cold caught in October Is liable to n1 ,, j,
last the whole winter. Great caution SQS f "lds Mid a rundown condi
should be observed during the month of tlon of tQe system. I took it for a
October against exposure to cold, un- . cold which I could not get rid of, and
til the body gradually becomes accus- in less than a month it hod cured me.
tomed to the lowered temperature, when I I feel like a different person.
rfcf"H MM k the liability to colds T now take It when I am run down
i-e-ru-na decreases. Qnd ln need of a tonlc and j nn(J It ex
Prevents T But, during the cc.nent in restoring lost strength. You
a. Colds. 4-flrst onset of cool certainly deserve success." B. Schober.
4M MM HR-'Ehts, the liability We have in our files thousands of let
of catching cold 1b groat. I ters from grateful people who hnve been
No wonder so many people acquire i cured by Peruna,
muscular rheumatism and kidney dls- If you do not derive prompt and satls
easey during thlD month. I factory results from the use of Peruna,
However, In spite of the greatest pre- , write at once to Dr. S. B. Hartman,
cautions, colds will be caught. President of The Hartman Sanitarium,
At the appearance of the first symp- Columbus, Ohio, and he will give you
torn, Peruna should be taken according the benefit of his valuable advice, gratis,
to directions on the bottle, and contin- All correspondence held strictly confl
ued until every symptom disappears. 1 dentlal.
I HALL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHERIA REMEDY
For the Mouth. Throat, rsJfxrp PriHca For Sale by All Druggists
I Stomach and Bowels ncvtl 1 na amj General Storon
NELDEN-JUDSON DRUG CO., General Agent. SALT LAKE wITY, UTAH
' I'll Mill'
I ONE TON
"THAT GOOD COAL"
WITH EVERY ACOTIN 1
W RANGE SOLD THIS WEEK.
And to make the matter real In
teresting, we've marked tho
I . price of every Acorn range ln
the store down jJ5
Tho samo Identical range lhat I
our competitors ask !60 for. I
Come tomorrow, for wo onl j
W of them.
1 CAMPBELL !
; Hardware Co.
i 27-29 West Third So. 1
J 'Phone 1G37-IC
STATE FAIR JUDGES
HEWLETT BROS. CO.
Soveft First Prizes for
Three Crown Products.
First prize for best display of Utah
First prize for best display of Baking
First prize for beet display of Spices.
First prize for heat display of Extracts.
First prize for best quality Baking Pow
der. First prize for beat quality Spices.
First prize for best quality Extracts.
Every down-to-datc grocer sella THREE
ASIC FOR THEM.
i" $10.00 I
puts a piano in
your home. I
?10 is all we aak as the flrot f
payment on a ?250 Piano, and $8
por month thereafter pays the
balance. This Piano, the Rem
brandt, is a beautiful instrument,
fully guaranteed for ten years. '
EVERETT DEALERS. j
Carstensen & Arnn Co,
Temple of Music
..74 MAIN STREET.. !
Succcanor.i to Daynca Mualo Co,
1 ' 1 j
The State Fair
u 1st .Prizo Gold medal for I
I your HIGH PATENT. I
1st Prize Gold medal for
your STRAIGHT GRADE.
1st Premium for bread laiced j
h Bread baked by Mrs. J. A. ;
Steele, 858 East 1st South. j
rTrMJK.-iX'' . II IN
I PICTURE SALE
j PICTURE SALE
S PICTURE SALE
I J. W. Gessford
I 67 SO. MAIN ST.
iThe St. Nicholas Hotel
Is now open. European rates, 7G cents
a day and up. Corner West Second
South and West Temple, over F. J.
Hill Drug Co.
m erystn mi i
23U MAIN STREET.
X Open dnv ai'd nlfht Tel. Ml-T. X
w Tray Ordrra tioltcltrd u
J ON AL.L, i'An ijJNEJi.
Try it th3 Next Time You
J Go Up.
I fi. C. EWING, Proprlfftor.
Headccmer for mining men and stock
atn. R "ES 13 A DaV AND UP.
IJ. W. CURRIE, 1
ASS AVER. 3
s U 3rd Gruth. Kalt txVo CUt ffl
I ONE PRICE TO ALL NEVERNDERSOLD I
S For Thursday and Friday: I . H
j Ladies' TaiIorMade Sample Suits D
I Value ?27.50, $23.00 and $18.75, all at
$12.50 Each . 'jf H
And they must be sold THURSDAY and fK? 7T HI
The Jot includes every (Sax I ifl
smart style shown this sea- 1 Bl
son. The best colors, Olf! I Wm
There arc 80 Sample Suits and 70 Suits : ' H I II
from our own superb stock of broken ( U & I II
lines and discontinued numbers-. Values yjlj Is ft I Bl
$27.50, 23.00 and $18.75, take your choice I 1 1
rt ! with pleasure that wo announce to the public that
we have Just completed arrangements with the esteemed 11
house of Wm. Knabe & Co. to represent them in thlB aeci fffl
tlon and to handle the Knabe piano ln conjunction with jl
our other lines. Our line of agencies Is now, as It b.3? ti- Ja
.ways been, tho FINEST that was ever handled undor on If
jroof, and5 the orty-four years of experience In the music if
business in the State has enabled us to fully undeistand , Jn
(the requirements of tho 'music-loving public. J
In addition to thin Instrument will be found here the re- III
Ijaowned Stclnway, the Steck, Mason & Hamlin, Kimball, m
Estey, Hellor and many others. Prices and terms to suit ra
everybody. . 11
We earnestly Invite the music-loving public to call and jf
rnake a visit through our emporium of music The hand- l
u pomest and largest ihubIc house west of Chicago. m
j It will be a pleasure for us to escort you through oxix jti
Tarloua departments. e
Clayton music o I
a Hew Store. 109 Soutb main $!. 1
jj JOSEPH J. DATNES, JR., Manazer.
Put up and I
; Shllt Up I
J Your "umbrella when it W
i rains and -when it stops. Qj
t Wo have a fine line of y
them, at very reasonable H
j prices, and they all look M
i &ood- 1
I' Demonstration of Velox I
Papsr DevjIopmMit. I
Bring a negative and have a print 1
made, 2 to 5 and 7 to 0 p. ra Thurs- 1
day, October SO.
' phot supply co.
i 3rd Soand Main.
Thousands of people wear glasses
who do not need them, and thou- sj
sands need them who do not wear h
Our optician will tell you the
truth, whichever way it may af- at
feet a sale. Examinations free. ll1
'Phone 65 for the correct time. J
mus 'lakbl &rrd
I What's the Matter j J
m With my glasses. I can't read or see I 1)
m flfrurcs like I used to? is the quea- T
J tlon asked by many. "SVo can solve E ij
H the problem for you, by fitting your li il
m eyes with perfect glasses. No g Jj
charge for testing cyea. E jwl
I RUSHMER j I
I Corrector of Defective Eydslffht M iv
I 'Phone 1763-K. 73 "v. 1st So. H
ff D i
1 eclved a paper of H , j
I unmounted diamonds that we can a Mjji
H soil at unusually low prices, In Ml
I nnest quality, which wo will do g : Hit
H Pleaso call and look at them at fej KTii
I once, as they will move fast. Man- R mi
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