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I OF INTEREST. TO WOMEN
A I IN THE STOCKS
' If BY iVTARTHA H'CTTLL- OCH-WILLIAMS.
a KoDvriEht, 190-1. by Martha McCulloch
A M2r Wllllams.1
K?he mischief was done nil In a
Enuto. Fato perhaps knew how.
---Kirsens certainly was all In the
TpJxk, and as angry as he was amazed
flnd himself In Cupid's tolls. He
Bd got almost through this houeo
Cn IF'y a9 throuSh - hundred others,
tI?P' tido, unburdened by moro than
aliasing memories of black eyes, or
rnj". or blue. Indeed ho had passed
I '-p Mildred Gore as Impossible two
fclnutes after he took her In to dinner;
--wretfully, too. It was on many counts
ZTwo desirable that ho should find In her
tSJmfce woman ho wished to marry.
55 BR She was his equal in birth, In for
fcune, In position; his people approved
-Eir thoroughly, moreover there had
""ascended to him a burden of obllga
) Bon to her blqod which It was Impos-lonR-Bble
that money could discharge. Her
WUfether had como to his father's rcs
mio In a day of trouble that otherwise j
. fcust ho,ve ended In disaster, forcing !
alii9 way throuB a nib of clamoring
.Kepoflltors ha the elder Kart-ens's bank, '
II rflth bags of gold In either hand, and i
. m! ready promise of ten times as much
W- neea- That had stopped the sense- j
ss run. Men who had been ready to
light for their money, had begged ab
aktacUy to have it kept In the vaults.
ThI?, of course, had been In the :
TlijKays of provincialism, beforo Banker
bBCareens had come to the city to
fcrospor, and die a millionaire, His
lice Aon Herbert had only the haziest i
boz.jciemory of the flitting, of MInton, the
lttle home town, and haziest of all, '
piothes with something red and '
cllc'feulrmy at the top of them, which ho '
" Biad been bidden to kiss, but from .
, ''hlch he had turned away In disgust, I
""3tlcKlnff small fists Into his first pair '
wt pockete, and saying grandly: "I'm
;fc man now don't kiss girls any j
pfUntil two hoars before they were to
.'leave HIdaway, the Barton country
-llhouse, he told himself the Gore girl was
'ljout of the question.
?KHi9 wife must have, above all
Mhlngs, beauty and brilliance. Mildred
ipyas quiet, lumpish even, he thought,
"TKntent to play wall-flower, or happy
'Bvlth Dicky Barton for company. Dicky
jwas an Infant terrible, aged 7. All the
iKther girls rhunned him as much as i
(OJ.'jllHe had somehow sensed It that Mil- '
(Q)(lflred might be a beauty, If she chose,
.jbefore he saw her come home from a
fepld ride, with cheeks like damask
flpt)ses, .and tendrils of soft brown hair
Wpraniing her glowing face. A crown
upfc wUd grape blooms lay lightly above
MLhc tendrils, a i'heaf of pink wild roses
Apas crushed against her dark green
tUcoat, just below the throat. She was
fijBaiiBhing, too, as merrily, as happily
'tMw Dicky himself Dicky who roae at
pwer elbow impishly happy over having
fJBbrought both their horses to the edgo
Hpf running away. Dicky It was who
WWad crowned her, after pulling off her
Kf!Kat and letting down her hair. Ho
lBcoved at Karyene as that gentle-
E,an '".ide to help Mildred down, eay
I IBng shrilly: 'You go 'way and stay
I JR'ith your no-goods! She," nodding to
I B'ards Mildred, "belongs to me. I'm
IftHKoIn' to marry her when I'm grown up
llllt"tha v111 be alKul Christmas after
IJI "Dicky, don't you think it might be
jgnext Christmas0" Mildred asked hpr
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IjThe Only Sure Cure is
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dCDt lDfllctlon 00 mankind. It per
- VaUeS aU cla8ses' Md descends impar
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Wm i&T0 lt conQned to sqnll patches In tho
jjtiitcars, ou the scalp, on the breast, on tho
Jtgalmsof the hands, on tho limbs, otc,
JT.tiut every whero Its distlnctlvo feature is
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JWon, and Jntcnso Itching, scaling and
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UlAiPSrf - Dry" without hard rubblnc.
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oth i iSuTercst forms of eczema
Jftfinouw nnt(ihIuT buralue and scaly
SOToanSJt ' P0h,t8,to a epeedy. pcr
tSKtaS dfpf? ec,onomlcal cure of tor
1idKrhS,nI ifl7f,r,ns huin0ll) eczemas,
iM to ace luflnratlons, from Infancy
aSs;? remcdics ,ind th
oyes dancing. "I hate long engage
ments the yrc always dreadfully sor
sowfijl, besides being unlucky." Dicky
looked at her doubtfully.
"How do you know?" he asked.
"Are you 'begnged to the fellow you
carry round In your locket? I saw
you kiss It the other day let me
what ho looks llke you know you
said you would."
"So I will some time," Mildred
answered, catching him by the shoul
ders and swinging him back and forth.
Ivarsens noted how soft yet firm her
hands were, the fine modeling of wrists
and palms, tho whole posr- of grace and
strength. But he hardly knew that he
did note them he wan so blindly, so
furiously Jealous of the fellow in the
locket. When Dicky at last ran away
to his mother, Karsens stood before
Mildred, asking Imperatively: "Are you
"What's that to Hecuba?" Mildred
countered, her paling roses suddenly
"Everything!" Karsena eald, with a
thick under note. "Mildred, Mildred!"
he went on, "I have been blind this
ten days now that I see Iv it quite
"I don't understand," Mildred said,
suddenly prim and pale. She half
turned away her face, as she wound
up her thick hair and massed It high on
her head. "I must go," she murmured :
f "Dicky has every hairpin In some of hip
pockets. He says he means to keei
them, so I 'cannot go with the others
My hair, you see. Is unruly; it defies or
dinary fastenings; so unless I can gel
the pins back before he thinks to hide
them' the chances are I shall renlly be
a prisoner until tomorrow."
All this in a huddle, with filght
after It. Karsens stood staring nfter
tho vanishing figure in a scowling
daze. He was angry clean through. If
It was fate's decree that he should
be thus bowled over, why had lt not
come to pass at first? Then he might
have had a chance now, now when
he had shown himself a condescend
ing ass, of course she would never
look at him, much less listen. There
way also the man In the locket she
hud blushed furiously when Dicky told
of him. Who could he be? Some
MInton manikin, no doubt. Though
Mildred had been strange to him, he
knew how she had grown up there,
the light of her father's, eyes, the stay
and comfort of an Invalid mother.
They had no business to keep her there
it was that which had made her so
silent, so pale and unglrllsh, Instead of
a beauty as glorious as delicate.
She was, after all, the wife for him,
yet they had given her no chance. He
had been likewise defrauded how was
he lo know that aught so nun-like could
soften and brighten like a gray sky at
dawn? Until train time he asked him
self these tfilngi', and many more, over
and over. He meant to have them an
swered In part before he got back to
the city. There fate balked him. At the
very last minute Mildred decided to
stay another day. Dicky howled delight
and triumph when he heard It, and In
stantly carried her off from everybody.
Karsens made his ndleux with what
grace he might and went home more
than ever dazed.
He did not sleep that night. Next
day betimes he sped him back to
Hfdawajv He found the house de
serted. Mrs Barton was out driving,
Kiid the butler. Mlso Gore? He was
not sure; she might be In tho grounds;
she was not In her own room nor any
where about the houre.
Wherever she might be, Master
Dicky was with her. Karsens waited
to hear nothing more. Ho plunged
Into the shrubbery, took a short cut
that led to the pine grove, and came
out at the edge of It breathless, yet
content. For he heard voices through
the murmuring stillness of It Dicky'?
shrill and gleeful, Mildred's touched
with pleading, j-ct wholly gcod-hu-mored.
Karsena crept nolrslcly to
wards the pair, stopped in tho nm
bush of a big pine six feet away, and
listened shamelessly to what vas said,
having much ndo tho while to krtp
himself from laughing.
Mm Barton doted on antiques; she
had astounded the countryside by pay
ing fabulously for all manner of truck,
ancient and weather-beaten. Thus it
happened she had bought from the
town authorities tho old stocks rum
maged out when the town hall was re
built, and had set thorn up In the pines,
on them and hear the tale of them.
Adventurers even put their feet In the
allotted spaces of timbers still stanch.
Thuo Dicky had learned the trick. Ho
had played" If this morning himself,
then persuaded Mildred to do the
same. When her feet were nicely
settled he slapped down the upper
half, fastened It tight, and said: "Now
you are my prisoner. I will not let
you out until"
"Until what. Dicky, dear?" Mildred
had aslted, laughing heartily. She was
asking It still when Karsens came In
sight. Dicky seemed pondering deeply.
"It's not fair lo ask two tilings for one."
he said at last; "and I wimt to ask two.
I don't know just yet which I want
"Oh, well! Then I'll go to sleep and
let you find out," Mildred said, pro
tending to sigh deeply, although Kar
sens waa sure her eyes were dancing.
Dicky went very near her. "You bet
ter not," he said; " 'cause If you do I
mightn't have to ask but one."
"Indeed! Tell mo what they are!
May be I can decide which of them
you ought lo care most about," Mil
dred said, coaxingly. Dicky shook his
head. "I know all by myself now," he
said, " 'cause If I said you must stay
here always you couldn't. We're only
hero for summer time. So you've got to
show, mdt-the man In the locket. If
you don't I'll keep you here till mamma
comes to find us. Then she will pun
ish me. and you'll be mighty sorry."
"So sorry I cannot possibly let It
happen," Mildred said, with a bubbling
laugh. Karsens heard the faint click of
a spring, then Dicky's sorrowful shout:
"Why, it's nobody in the world but that
silly Bert Karsens? What do you want
with him, Milly? T know I'm ever so
much better looking!"
"Not a doubt of it," Karsens said,
rushing forward and kneeling beside
Dicky's prisoner. The tell-tale locket
lay open face down in her Jap, where
It had fallen from her nerveless fingera
As he closed It, after one glance, he said
in Mildred's ear: "Darling, If you kept
that thing may be I can persuade you,
after a long, long time, to take the
"Not unless your mother says so
she sent me the picture," Mildred
fhlspered. Dicky had scampered off.
As Ko-sena set her ffe he drew her
hand over his -arm, saying, with a
shake of the head: "You're much too
dangerous to be left at large; I shall
keep you prisoner all the rest of your
mBm SOCIETY WSSm
I I II I i I I I I I I II 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I l I 'tMuamxrmrmrri-3aMimwjJKzmKrajMrrti i
The event of yesterday was tho lunch
eon given by Mrs. Thomas Weir in honor
of Mr3. Luelwltz and Mrs. Adams, for
which covers wcro laid for fourteen.
Dainty little trunks filled with candy were
tho souvenirs, and tho decorations were ,
carried out In American Beauty roses and
small flags ojC all countries. Tho menu
was In keeping with tho rest of tho cle
fcant appointments and a' thoroughly de
lightful afternoon was passed by those
In tho party.
Tonight Mr. Lewis McCornick will give
a dinner at the Country club In honor of
Count De Laborde and Mr. Llvcrmorc,
Mlas Judgo, Miss Kinney and Miss Salis
bury will be in today from tho Judge
W. J. Shotwcll was expected In the
city from San Francisco last evening.
Ml&s Jessie Anderson will leave for tho
Tho usual Saturday afternoon crowd
will bo at tho Country club this aftor
noon. Miss Geneve Horllck returned last eve
ning from Idaho, where sho has passed
the last two months visiting Mlas Loah
Hill, formerly of Salt Lake.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rogers are pleas
antly located at their new homo, 532 East
Sixth South HlrcoL
Mr. and Mrs. William Prackwinkcl and
daughter. Miss Eleanor White, are at
Joseph J. Bamberger is In the city from
- a a
Ono of the enjoyable parties during the
i week was that Klven by Mr. and Mrs. Jo
! soph Kimball Wednesday "evening In honor
l oX Col. Wlllard Young of New York.
The evening was pleasantly spent In
music and enjoyable conversation. Dainty
I refreshments were served. Tho Invited
gucflts wcro: Col. Wlllard Young. Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Dougal. Mr. and Mrs. Rulon
S. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Ren Youns. Mr.
and Mrs. J. Golden Kimball, Mr. and Mrs.
AV. J. Bcatlc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Pratt.
Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kimball; Mioses
Kathle and Clair Dougal. Hazel Beatle,
Cal and Daisy Cutting, Emma Ramsey,
Jennlo Sands, Ethel, Pearl and Jean Kim
ball; Messrs. Hugh Dougal, Mclvln Sav
age, Oliver Kimball.
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Mrs. M. A. Brecdun gavo an Informal
luncheon yesterday In honor of Mrs. Joah
Grant, Jr., of Ogden. Covers wero laid
for eight. -
Mcmbor3 of the Browning section of tho
Ladles' Literary club will bo entertained
today by Mrs. J. H. Brown at tho Alta
Miss Clara Enrlcht will clvn a dinner
parly tomorrow afternoon at tho Com
morclal club for sixteen of her young
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Mrs. Do Wolfo of Beaver returns to her
homo today, after a visit to tho World's
fair and other points of Interest In tho
East. During her stay hero Mrs. De Wolfo
has been the guest of Mrs. Frank Roberts.
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Mrs. S. M. Day of Ogden Is visiting: her
daughter, Mrs. M. A. Brecden of this city,
for a few days beforo going to California
to spond the winter.
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Mrs. Jay Tarvln Harris expects to leave
somo time during tho cominp month for
a vlclt of Bovcral weeks In Now York.
After a visit of nearly five months In
the North. South and East, Mrs. Charles
D. Moore and her sister, Mrs, Van Ar
mnn, who are now In Grand Rapids,
Mich., expect to return to Salt Lake the
first week In November.
A New Art Studio.
Hutchlngs & Griffith are refurnish
ing the studio formerly occupied by
Scholl, the photographer. When opened
to the public next Monday this will be
the most complete and beautiful art
studio west of St. Louis.
M H M M H M t M
f Residents of Utah f
on Their Travels
-M- IHiillimtH H-H-W-
Special to Tho Tribune.
NEW YORK, Oct. 21. Dr. Robert Roy
Hampton, accompanied by hia wlfo and
child, nnd Mrs. Howat, mother of Mrs.
Hampton, arrived here October 10. Dr.
Hampton has resided in Salt Lake since
January last, but was previously located
In Mexico, for a number of years retained
ns company physician for a large mi
ning concern. While en route hero the
parly visited relatives In Iowa, and tho
few days In this city wero spent in sight
seeing and visiting friends and studying
hero. The doctor and his party wero pas
sengers on the Flndland, which loft hero
Saturday last. Dr. Hampton will spend
most of the year while abroad In spe
cialist work in London and Vienna,
F. J. Hill, a well-known druggist of
Salt Lake, has been hero :i few days, tho
object of his visit being lo mijel his son.
who has been studying In Germany for
some time. Aftor attending to somo bus
iness matters, Mr. Hill and his son will
visit St. Louis and other cities, on their
a a a
Manager Pursell of tho J. H. Leyson
company arrived hero October 10 on a
business and pleasure trip.
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Clydo Squires received a letter recently
from tho art editor of the Delineator,
without solicitation, asking that he bring
samples of his work around. Mr. Squires
visited tho publishers and was offered a
position, but refused owing to tho fact
that where he 13 now employed on tho
staff of the Pictorial Review, ho is al
lowed to work a half of each day and
Rpcnd the reat In study at tho New York
School of Art Should he accept tho other
.:'BThe "Garland" is pre-eminent in every point of ":'
material, workmanship, strength, beauty, service, con- HM 1
E&l venience, economy of fuel. Bur. one quality, and that Jp j Kg
hS'the best. Sold by first class dealers everywhere. p..:fl E
; ": Tho "Garland" Gas Ranfie Has No Equal Iv'i.H '
( U Manufactured only by Tho Michigan Stovo Compnny Detroit Chicaco '.'"'fi'lMH
I vJ Larst Makora ot StOTW and Itnncca ln(tho World. ItvSfil Bf3
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HALL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHERIA REMEDY 1
For tho Mouth. Throat, Mv-r p!nllcaa For Salo by All Druggiflta
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NELDEN-JUDSON DRUG CO., ' General Agent, SALT LAKE dTY, UTAH
position, all chanco for study would bo
cut off. Mr. Squires was Informed by
the Delineator that should ho ever bo
"starving" ho could havo a position at
Dr, E. B. Isgreen arrived . here last
Friday and Is registered at the Ashland,
lie has visited the principal hospitals and
medical colleges whllo hero and tomorrow
leaves for Boston, whero ho will visit
Western friends residing there, and then
sail for Europe to continue his Journey.
Dr. ISGTcen, after graduating from the
Rush Medical college at Chicago, some
years ago, was connected with St. Mark's
hospital at Salt Lako for about two
years, when he accepted a position as
company physician for the Utah Fuel
company and has since been with that
concern, residing at Scofleld, Tho doc
tor will spend most of tho six months
while abroad In Vienna.
I clip from the Dally Mirror, published
at Chicago by the students of tho Uni
versity of Chicago, the following- "A
University Republican club was organized
this morning which Is expected lo be
gin a general Republican movement
throughout the Western colleges. The
club will send a delegate to the Indian
apolis convention of Republican clubs on
October 17 and IS. II. G. Ncbcker of tho
law school was' unanimously chosen as
Mr. Ncbcker Is a brother of District
Attorney Nebeker of Logan, and 13 ma
king a fine showing la his studies. He
nttended Cornell last year, and was cho
sen while there as one of the debaters
!n a sharp contest with another woll
known college. Tho debate was won by
Cornell, and Its first victory In nlno years.
Much of the credit was duo to Horace
Nebeker, who received many compliments
for his lino speech.
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S. B. Thatcher and W. IT. Petty, two
other Logan boys, aro now studying
dentistry at Chicago.
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In a letter received by your correspond
ent from Dr. JoscdIi R. Morrell, who
graduated with such high honors from
tho Rush Medical college last spring, and
who has been visiting his parents at
Logan durlns tho summer, says he will
'return to Chicago this month to continuo
his hospital work.
Quite a number of Utahns are ex
pected to arrive here soon, some to re
main and study while others will only
visit a few days, when they will leave
for Europe. From word received the fol
lowing aro expected: Miss Nannie Tout
Miss Ivv Houtz. w. Andolin. Sid G Sn
vllle. Will James, who will continue to
Europe: Mrs. Ella Saulrcs, Miss Emma
Lucy Gates, Mr. and Mrs. Edward M.
Dr. W. W Snow, the dentist, of Salt
Lake, who has been In Europe the past
two years, writes to a friend here Hint
he will Hoon arrive and after a short I
visit will roturn to Utah. J. S. T. j
CHOKING CATARRH CURED
Mr. Caswell Says, "Hyomei Cured
Mo." Your Honey Back If It Does
Not Cure You.
"Use Hyomei and be cured of ca
tarrh." Is 'what all who have trlod It
for that disease say zo their friends.
O. S. Caswell of North Mlddloboro,
Mass., writes: "Hyomei has relieved
me from a choking Catarrhal trouble
and cleared by head. I am glad to rec
ommend lt to mv friends."
It Is the easiest thing in the world to
stop catarrh or a catarrhal cold at Its
beginning If you use Hyomei. Just
breathe the health-giving, balsamic air
for a few minutes and your caturrh will
In this arfd neighboring towns, there
are hundreds that can testify to the re
markable powers of Hyomei to cure ca
tarrh. Many of the staunchest friends
of this remedy began its uso with little
hope that they would bo cured, but as
F. C. Schramm ofTered to refund the
money If It did not benefit, they decMed
to try it on that plan, nnd were soon
restored to health.
The State Fair
j! Judges Say:
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