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EE1DAY MOENING, OCTOBER 21, 190i. THE SALT LAKE TREBUKE. . . PAGE FIVE H
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN jj
fcOURAGE THAT WON.
J tt" BY FBANK H. SWEET.
mpyright, 1904, by Frank H. Sweet.)
Ridge Pauls went down tho ofHce I
Kps briskly, bis face, which a few 1
k Knents before had been creased into j
Mrown' no;v bcamInK witn the fiat,s- J
11 B'Uon of duty well done. He had
J I jKidden the new doctor, who had no j
1 imJ jKwpects and no faculty for money
(wking, to visit his house any more.
Km ,ivhat he knew of Edith, and
K&t he had seen in the young doctor's
)3,0jpes, he felt that he need appre
Jmid no further trouble: and the affair
jllfijfe not gone far enough for either I
I t"he young people to suffer any
)3 Dr. Phil was standing In front of an
en window In his office, his hands
rust deep into his pockets, gazing
it at tho Judge as he crossed the
reet and passed on through the field
iposlte toward the river, probably
Lsee if the swollen current was doing
y damage to his lands. Then, with
t same strong, self-contained look
, llch the Judge had seen and, against
,tac7sl ! will, admired, the young doctor
rhed back Into his office.
There was no despondency in his
er, gray eyes, no weakening of his
ftf unre chin He had fought his way
im almost absolute Ignorance at 12,
'the depths of a coal mine, through
H rlous situations, to one school after
Tother, through college and medical
u hool and hospital practice, until now
i . T. was here In an office of his own,
PPI Siting for his first patient.
There was a largo back region of
ifm and mountain people here, and
" jce he could gain their confidence It
iould offer him such a field as he
fved a life of hard, continuous work.
Itti much of it in long Journeylngs
; ji'der the open sky. The horror of his
irly boyhood In the black depths of
le mine would never leave him; to
,S i'ln the open air was to be in God's
ly5 kn world The matter of recom
Ehse, in money, never troubled him.
rAs he turned frqm the window a
Ian came hurrying across a field from
' ie direction xf the river. Reaching
"Rm ie opposite fence he vaulted over
n .? Hhout seeking the gafe and ran
IftlQll ;falght Into Dr. Phil's office.
"Hello Doctor!" he called sharply,
". you. got a telephone?"
('Well, you call down to Dr. Peters
, iiBL'.the F(ny rood an tell him to hurry
)j,Dan Sims s house on t'other side the
.' Iyer tell him Lonesome Valley. Dan
St hollered orross to me an', said his
lfe'a cut herself with an nxe. bad,
a! they was holdin' back the bleedln'
r "ell's Ihey could. The bridge is down
)Ithe lVrry road."
ii'But It s nearly twenty miles to the
ferry brhlgr- it will take Dr. Peters
VV ours to reat-h her."
j i'Cnn't hilp that. No man could get
ryf jfross the iiver this side the bridge.
Ml 5 ft D" Pftr; is the nearest. You'd
t, live to 50 lorty miles."
cJ M??r Phil was hurriedly gathering up
jB"1" Chines from his table.
DTK e's tne branch tiial runs into
I Be river from the mountains." he
. j.RHed oer bis shoulder. "After this
)J(vWb8hut it must be a torrent, as dan
!Rrous as thp river itself. Dr. Peters
fulfl never cross It. He's too old."
aBTho man's countenance fell. "That's
j" he admitted. "I'd forgot all about
e branch I s'pose It's Je,st tearln'
Maw. Well, I'll holler back to Dan an'
1 Jbll him a doctor'll be over jest as
lJrtHKwn's the water goes down a little,
ffUIBp' that they must do the best they
!' K'Tou'll do nothing of the sort.
InlEurry round to the stable behind the
lllllwflco and bring my horse. You'll find
Eho bridle hanging on a peg Never
t. Oylnd a saddle; that will be too much
EAfllP'Hurry! I tell you," thundered Dr.
sprifljhll. "The woman may be bleeding to
J4iieath. I'll be ready by the time you
R'VVhen the man appeared Dr. Phil
Ivas at the corner of the office and he
, !?rew himself Instantly upon tho
jytl! "YoU cant go" the man tried to
t'; V, but Dr. Phil did not hear him. He
pas tearing across the street, and
1 Y.hen they came to the fence the horse
;ook It at a bound. A few minutes
ater they were at the river.
WW l Several men were working In the
uge of the water, trying to rescue
: umber and other floating wreckage
rom the ton-cut Judge Pauls was
JJTf tandlng on the bank watching them.
frrt the horse dashed down the bank
fl l he men threw up their hands warn-
V. i"You can't cros here," one of them
i Le. d" "U'8 sure death."
;.i A. woman's on the other side, dy
'i t?" WQ3 Dr- Pnll's only answer,
j did not even attempt to check
iwMl j511 artistic creation of the
att W stcr-iniIs in 1Iij.1i Tailordom."
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the horse, but plunged into the water
at full speed.
This horse was the only piece of
property that Dr. Phil owned, and he
had been able to make the purcha'se
because the ugliness and viciousness
and small size of the animal had made
the price very low. But the horse
was apparently afraid of nothing in
the world and had strong staying
powers, and these were qualities
which soon convinced the young doc
tor that he had obtained the very ani
mal he needed, without regard to
However, with that rushing, roaring
torrent before him, the animal seemed
to think it foolhardy to proceed, for
before he had gone a dozen feet from'
shore he tried to turn and swim back,
But now the firm, masterful hand pf
the rider was controlling his head,
the calm, inflexible voice was sound
ing encouragingly in his ears, and nf
ter a few Ineffectual attempts to turn
tho horse directed his gaze toward the
opposite shore and did what Dr. Phil j
was doing his besL 1
The torrent was widening In its
course. Dr. Phil's gaze had swept !
keenly from bank to bank, then he 1
forced his horse Into a current which
approached the opposite shore nearly
a half mile down. To the horrified
spectators it looked as though they
were being swept away, powerless to
help themselves as, indeed, they were,
for the time being. All Dr. Phil
did was to arulde the horse, and all the
horse could do was to keep them
nhnvr wntcr. "Rut n fho riirrnnf nn
iroached Its nearest point to the other
more, not more than ten feet distant,
Or. Phil suddenly slipped Into the water
with his hand twisted In the horse's
mane: and in that position, freed from
his weight r.iid with the strong right
arm assisting by quick, powerful
strokes, the horse threw himself for
ward with a desperate effort, wlilch
brought his feet upon the bottom. A
few minutes later they emerged from
the water and staggered up the bank.
Dr. Phil did not hesitate. Lone
some valley was two miles away, and
he could reach it more quickly on foot
than ho could on the horse In Its pres
ent exhausted, condition. So he turned
the animal loose: perhaps he could re
cover him again when he returned.
He found the woman weak from
loss of blood and lack oC proper atten
tion. Another hour's delay might have
been fatal. He remained with her
two days, until she was out of danger,
and then returned to the-rlver. Con
trary to his expectation, he found tho
horse grazing quietly within a few rodB
of where he had left him, and the
animal greeted him with an unmis
takable whinny of pleasure and relief.
Perhaps the common danger In the
river and the manner of escape had
won the horse's respect and depend
ence; possibly the animal was al
ready becoming fond of him. Dr.
Phil had not received a fee for his
services; but the family's gratitude
and the way the horse trotted toward
I him," whinnying, was enough, and he
j recrossed the river with buoyant
In his desk he found a letter which
"My Dear Doctor:
"I was a little hasty the other day,
and I realized It when 1 saw you
crossing the river. "Will you overlook
It by taking dinner with us Sunday?
Count Do Laborde and Philip Livcrmore
are now on a duck-shooting trip at the
Bear River Duck club.
Already are prominent members of tho
Episcopalian church talking of some sort
of a reception In honor of the now bishop
of the diocese, either the one Just appoint
ed, or, if ho does not accept, in honor of
Mrs. Caroline Gibson will arrive In the
city shortly to Visit her son, George J.
The marriage of Miss Emma Fisher
anil Dr. E. C. Falrweather took place
yesterday morning at St. Mark's, only the
family and a few intimate friends being
present. Many friends will extend best
wishes to the bride and groom.
A' number wre on the courts and links
ai the Country club yesterday, the day
belng Ideal for outdoor exercise.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Trent have moved
to 2S0 North Main, the old Frltsch home,
where they will bo at home to their
friends after November 1.
That Mrs. Effle Russell Hay Ward and
15 well Kendrlck were married last week
at Farmlnglbn will cause much surprise
to their frlonds. and best wishes will bo
In order. The bride Is a Salt Lake girl
who has a wide circle of friends, while the
groom Is n successful young Eastern' man.
Mrs. Archibald A. Kerr left yesterday
afternoon for a three weeks visit with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Robort
son, at their home In Eureka,
Judgo Thomas Marloneaux of Nephl is
spending a few days in this city with
his wife and daughter at tho Miller
The regular mcotlnpr of the current
events and current literature section of
the Ladles' Literary club will be held
this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. nugh
Park will road a paper on the "Life and
Work of Elbert Hubbard," and Miss
I WEATHER RECORD ;
-M M M M M M M 1 1
Weather for today Fair.
Yesterday's record at the local offlco
of the weather uurcau:
Maximum temperature, 54 dcg.; mini
mum temperature. 34 deg ; mean tempera
ture, II dcg., which Is C deg. below tho
Accumulated excess of temperature
6lnce the first of tho month, 4 deg.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, 10 dog.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to C
p. m., none.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco the first of the month 23 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since January 1, 2:71 Inches.
Abilene GIModcna JA
Atlanta 7C Montgomery 82
Ashcvlllo 7-lMoorhcad D8
Bismarck CONew Orleans S2
Boise 5SNTCW York C2
Boston Norfolk 74
Buffalo 7CNorthlleld CI
Cairo 7SNorth Platte CO
Calgary .SCOklahoma CI
Charleston ,.7GOmaha. CI
Chicago 7'lPhoonlx M
Cincinnati SSPIttsburg SO
Denver ..r 52Pocatello 52
Detroit 70Portland C2
Dorigo SSHapId City 51
Dululh 4Cltos.'burg 62
Elklns SI St. Louis 72
El Paso MSt. Paul 52
Galveston 7 IS. Stc. Mario CO
Grand Junction ...5SSan Francisco ....74
Havre COSanta Fo 52
Helena SlScranlon "A
Jacksonville 703pokone EG
Huron EGSwift Currunt 54
Kam loops 6S Victoria fl
Kansas City KOWashlngton 74
Knoxvllle SO-VVInnemucca CO
Little Rook GSWInnipeg CO
Los Ar.celes 8SYuum S2
Mllca City :...C0
Disciples of Christ Day.
ST. LOUIS, OcU 20. "Disciples of
Christ day," tho final day of the inter
national missionary convention of the
Christian church, was eclobraied today
on the World's fair grounds. More than
5000 delegates from all pnrts of tho United
States and Canada participated In a
meeting and later were entertained at the
several State and Territorial buildings.
Edward L. Bartlctt Dead.
SANTA FE. N, M.. Oct. 20.-Sollcltor-Gencral
Edward L. Bartlctt is dead of
pneumonia. He wa3 a native of Maine,
a graduate of Bowdoln and Ann Arbor
and a member of tho bar of Kaunas City,
Kan. He camo to Santa Fo In 1SS1 and
for a time was Adjutant-General of tho
Torrltory. He waa appointed Solicitor
General of New Mexico In 1S9, acrvlng
Ethel Paul will revlow "Tho Silent
Members of tho James B. MeKean Wo
man's Relief corps were pleasantly en
tertained yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Frank Clark. 270 East Soc
ond South street-
Mr. and Mrs. Callow will bo at homo
to their friends at an informal rocoptlon
at the Konyon hotel Friday evonlng, Oc
Mrs J. M. Callow and children leave
for a trip to Europo on Saturday, Oc
tober 29. via Montreal and Glasgow,
leaving Montreal on November 3 on tho
steamship Corinthian. Mrs. Callow will
bo gone twclvo months. Mr. Callow Is '
remaining, but expects to leave somo
time next cummer to bring them back.
Mrs. Lucius P. -Judd- and Mrs. Flora
E Sinclair will entertain the members
of tho Eastern Star Friday ovonlnic. Oc
tober 21. at the home of Mrs. Judd. HCj
Mrs Ellsworth Daggett Is quite III at
her home, bavins undergone an opera
tion for an abscess of the ear last eon
Ing. Her friends will regret to learn of
the Illness and will hope for her early
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