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TUESDAY MOBKIKG, OCTOBER 25, 1901. THE SALT LAKE TKDBTOnS. PAGE FIVE
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OMMTEREST TO WOMEN j
BY JAMES SEYMOUR
BoovrlKht. MM. by K. M. Whitehead.)
tt.fcy slammed down the lid of the
' 'Kwrller deal: viciously. It had bean
'm ,riillv UIik day. Mr. Cartarct
:KCn 2 dlsnifweable aa only tho hend
K nrm cm make himself, and she
, K? o5f of sorts that aho did not even ,
d noon Jlmmlc. tho elevator boy.
I Kin X round Billy Teller waiting at
I -B door she rled to j.ass without speak-
Infg the matter, girlie?" Ho nsked.
caught up with her and fell Into
co away." she said crossly. "I
want ever to speak to a man
Tpven me?" demanded' Billy In af
lsmlrlfo "I'm not tho head of a
, i vou evor be such a horrid thing."
d lauKhlnp as she slipped her arm
I, hi" ""'fl been an awful day,
"never knew a man could be so
n't scm to be in line for head
rm," said Billy ruefully. I asked
this morning If ho could raise
rt and ho salu I'd be lucky If he
find h'd have to cut my wages
SedMeJou0nirr- Bho asked anx
I him I supposed the election would
mod an excuse for a cut as any
Kuld think of. and he flred mc
ttC2S"ho cried. "What
,0boundrto'come." he said chcer
' Y'see he's pot a ncphow he wants
?PK too." she said I
S andd Xn pVotSel..
Ira ho was going to pet a man
could say what he wanted to
V" said Billy. "Lot's celebrate!
it for'" she demanded
our liberty." he retor led. "Come
11 have supper down-town some
and we'll go to tho theater aft
' you'll go broke after that." she
TrTed to that!" said Billy,
""wasa'table d'hote, where a
jurse dinner with wine could be ,
MO ceila. and not being ovu
lar nso the minor details of
they enjoyed the meal thoroughly
Misted upon paying 10 cents i extra
wtler grade of clareu and tho fes-.
were in full swing when the ob
,s waiter pulled out a chair and
'artarct sat down nt their table
ttween tho two. ,
rs calling for his
Im down-town, and he decided
: would make the best of the
room was crowded, and he had
his place at the table before
t his companions. Ho Ilushed
as his glance fell upon Daisy,
would not retreat.
Hee." said Billy, brenklng an
rd silence by the continuation of
Binary conversation "You sec this
; for the Encouragement of L.x
j Among Employers' Is bound to
od thine It will give the employ
pxcn?e for swearing at his type
bv letting him tell her that It a one
ruls of tho organization."
, said the giggling Daisy, as
p -x glance nt Cartaret. who was
nlh busy with tho menu. ,
t interrupt the orator." .said Billy
"You I am going to have a
Ktor ba'lge sulphur colored with llttlo
it flrnrcii about the edge and a big reu
rt) In tV middle. It will be very orna
rH ntn' ptfd at thpamp-tlme it -will. show
LI! eccnt girl what to expect.
rhct're net always bad Just bocvue
prj Fswrar," protected Daisy, mindful of
' rlarct's many kindnesses when his
pr-nsla lnv low.
iWfll. their lantniage Is bad." Insisted
IJy. or Wi' wouldn't be celebrating our
r.t dismissal, May be we could Initiate
ir' fnruv r employers an members and
. ft enough to pay our board billa next
1 offer a suggestion," broke In
Brtarvt. To their surprise he was sinll-
i fit's a little irregular." declared BUlv.
it . efore Daisy could speak, "but ns fiiund
' rof the society I am always ready to
n-ja len to FJgge3tlon.:."
y -I'l would suggest," said Cartaret. push
W1",' ng nway his soup plate, "that Instead
gu both make application for relnstatc
Vf " i bcnL"
&Ever hoar of Blackton &. Stone?" In
: aired Billy
xtj 4'I havd often." said Cartaret, -his oyes
iVell, I worked for 'em." said Billy scn
lously "Would vou like to make
f the worthy president permits, " said
InrjH, "l would suggest as amendment
iler.'1 said Billy encouragingly; "go
"hat Mr Teller make application to
s Dennlng's late employer. I have
ion to believe that Homo advantage
Jotlon carried." said Billy. "What
' "ye want mc to come around?"
i your duty to the 'society' permits.
I suggest nt 10 o'clock Monday?"
U be there." Billy assured him.
y. want to go to a show?"
bp pardon." said Cartaret. with nn
the theater." explained Blllv.
5?twc were, going to celebrate losing
joes. Isow we can celebrate getting
Jl mn same time. We're going to
Halted at the Altar.' It's a bully
ain afraid," ald Cartarct. "that a
nws engagement will occupv most
o cloning, but If you will" pcrmL
i : to mm PEOPLE,
P VALUABLE HTFORMATION
tf. t iven by Druggists Druchl & Fran-
bJ nl.il''.a,ld ,lL a,,oul1 bJ ot value to
fiTEt iPv In Salt Lake City.
wf- ? thiM(U,ckf?'1- 8Urest 1 eafCKl way
W'- Wol " ,''f0l) t,,.l Il6s' Is to tako
J ' reaon nr PrParatlon. and
J In nil n b.'ausc l Jo?s actually con
oP n .,,vcra: whlch no oLhf cod
rtjl iemulilonr 0,d-f"oned cod llvor oil
III I 5r3,l?K.trrPh,C,,l,,S aCTOe lhal thin"
lili tlMv iv, 011 l,r(,namtlon, Ylnol. Is
EPKt Thev ,frI nfJ.lh ro,lucp on the mar-
.Sl to thoiJ ?Sof a Jonlc roconstructor.
1 way t0'h n a bene
, fJffiv lnCTe.ii?nibAn ,L 10 ol'lnln the ncccs-
,t5rrt SnV rc1 b,oo,, crcal ncsU
ll,!lJon that v V t sure n,' of Jl3
i.r n Ih) '?olJn cv,Jri' ca6c whore
I should be glad to have you as guests
at supper after the play."
"Say, we don't want to rub It In," ex
"I don't think you understand." said
Cartnret, a little wistfully, "that the
favor is yours. It's been fifteen years
since I've had voung people about mc.
and I should really enjoy your com
" We'll buy a scat for you and leavo It
Tho ladles of Unity circle will give a
Kensington tomorrow afternoon at Unity
hall, from 3 to 5 o'clock. During tho af
ternoon Mr. Fish will read "In a Bnl
cony," In preparation for the dramatic
presentation of the poem to be given at
Unity club next Monday evening by Mrs.
Armstrong, Mrs. Kelaey and Miss Grace
Mrs. R. E. Provost of Pittsburg, Pa.,
Mrs. S. Sllcox and Mrs. H. A. Hurd of
Grand Junction, Colo., make a party
which Is enjoying a few days' visit to
Miss Dolly Bemls will return today,
after an extended visit-of several weeks
A Halloween party by the ladles of the
First Presbyterian church is one of tho
events th.it Is being anticipated with
plcabiirc by members and friends of the
church. It is one of a series of "adver
tisement parties," to bo given on Friday
evening. October 2S. the proceeds to bo
added to the new church fund.
Miss Mona Thompson, who has been
visiting In. the East for some time, has
decided to take a course In vocal in
struction under Madnme von Klenner of
New York, and will be away for several
Mrs. Ferguson whs hostess at a most
enjoyable dinner party Inst evening, given
in honor of her mother, Mrs. Sharp.
Covers were laid for twelve.
Miss A'ntolnette Berry will return to
her home nt Alameda, Cal., on Saturday
morning, after a three-months' visit with
friends In this city.
Dr. A. D. Melvln has returned from
Arizona, where he has been for several
weeks past. . ,
Mrs. Fritz Miller and tho Misses
Blancnc Miller and Ruby Heldel left on
Monday evening for St. Louis and Chi
cago. Mrs. 1C, O. ICeyea of loG'4 Brlgham street
Is entertaining tho Misses McFall of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Buckle were pleas-
LONG TIME ON WAY.
Letter Delivered Fifteen Years After
It "Was Mailed.
DELAWARE, 6.. Oct. 21. "While car
penters -were tearing down the wain
scoting In an old powtofnee building here
they noticed a letter drop from its hid
ing place bearing a stamp of the two
cent green yerles with the portrait of
George Washington. The letter was ad
dressed to "Miss Daify Walker, Cherry
street, Toledo, O."
The letter must have been mailed fif
teen years ago, as the poslofllce has
been located elsewhere since that time.
The cancellation and date arc Indistinct
The workmen took the letter to the
poylofD.ce uptown and by accident a
clerk In the department recalled a girl
formerly of Delaware by that name,
but who had removed to Alaska, and
Inter lived In Toledo, where she wan
married to a man named Raymond. At
noon a mall carrier returned from his
route and overheard the Inquiry con
cerning the addressee. He at once
made the remark: "Why, Daisy Walker
Raymond Is visiting today at the home
of Harry Miller on Spring street here "
The postman took charge of the letter
end delivered It to Its owner.
DOUBLE ROMANCE RESULTED
Woalthy Farmer Not Only One to
Profit From an Advertisement,
WILLIAMSFORT. Pa.. Oct. it. A har
py seo.ucl to a successful newspaper ad
wwllacment dovolopod In Limestone
Three yearn ago Jamen McKcog, a
wcalthv fp.rmei . advertised for a wife,
ntul Mlf Dodson of Tlymouth an3wered
and was accepted. At tho McKoog home
William Dod.non the brother of Mrs.
McKcog, who a year ago camn there on
a visit, was married to Miss Stella Bro
pha, a niece of Mr. McKeog's. whom Iim
met on his first visit.
Now Dodson Is both the brother-in-law
and nephow of McKoog; his nicco I also
at the box office," declared Billy. "Try
to get In for the last act whore tho vil
lain's crazy wife kllla him and three choir
boys It's great."
"I'll be thor." said Cartaret laugh
ingly. "Such Intellectual Joys aro not to
bo despised. And If you will permit"
he ended with a glance at Daisy, and
leaned over to whisper something to Billy.
"Sural" was tho hearty answer, and
Cartaret roue to return to his office.
"What did he whlapcr?" demanded
Daisy, as they again turned their atten
tion to dessert
"Ho says," nnswered Billy gravely,
"that tho Job he wants mo for needs a
steady married man, and I told him
I thought I could fix that."
SSj SOCIETY iBlj
Miss Kate Williams, daughter of Hon.
P. L. Williams of this city, 13 tho proud
possessor of tho Ncwhouso trophy, for
n year at lcast In tho finals yesterday
at the Countrj club she eclipsed Mrs,
Copp and the trophy was handed over
to her, arr.Id the congratulations of many
admiring friends. Should she be able to
win next year, ob her friends thlnlc she
can, sho will then own the trophy. It ia
a magnificent silver tea scrvlco of five
pieces and ono that would grace the af
ternoon tea tnblo of any hostess. Miss
Williams is a nplcndld tennis player, ond,
although the others in the several tour
naments have shown great skill at tho
game, sho has distanced them all. Tho
last game of the season v;a played yes
terday, and the fact that It was visit
ors' day caused a largo attendance, and
the afternoon was a complete success.
Mrs. and Miss Sadler have returned from
Mih. Downey delightfully entertained at
nn Informal afternoon yesterday.
The Informal toa given Sunday c-nlng
by Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Rooklldgo
In honor of Dr. and Mrs. McEnery was
a thoroughly delightful affair, about a
dozen old friends meeting for tho evening
and, after a dainty menu, enjoying a
antly surprised last evening at their
homo on York street, Waterloo, tho oc
casion being their crystal wedding anni
versary. Games and music were, tho
amusements of tho evening, nftor which
supper wao served. Tho decorations wcro
the samo as on the day or the wedding,
the color being ashos of roses. JSach
guost was presented with a tiny goblet
as a souvenir of tho event. '
There will be a reception and hop at
Fort JJouglas on Friday evening at 8 'SO.
for which Invitations have been sent out
by the officers and ladlea. It Is under
stood that thero will be no moro Informal
hops this winter In the garrison, but in
stead two formal hops will be given each
month, for which Invitations will bo ex
tended. Judging from the preparations
being made these events will surpass
any series of hops heretofore given at FL
The '03 normal class will give Ita annu
al opening ball In the Museum hall at
the university next Friday evening. Tho
chRperons for the occasion are Mro. J.
T. Kingsbury, Mrs. W. M. Stewart. Mrs.
Byron Cummlngs. Mrs. E. G. Gowanh,
and Mrs. J. E. McKnlght.
The best word in all trade
is moneyback : makes trade
Yoyr gTCcrr rttunu your money if you doa't lUa
AS QUICK AB A WINK
Is the way the old plpo wont Yes, that's so
and others will go the same way If nec
essary repairs aren't attended to until
though, we're experts, and things fixed by
us stay fixed. Our plumbing helps save
doctor's bills, too. Gas leaks allowed to
run arc certain to endanger your health.
Wo fix 'cm, and "quick as a wink," too.
Tell us what's needed and have us do
L M. HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
100 E. 1st So. Ind. 'phone, 752; BclJ. 242S-X.
STATE FAIR JUDGES
HEWLETT BROS. CO.
vet First Prizes for
Three Crown Products.
First prize for best display of Utah
First prlzo for best dlnplay of Baking
First prize for bent display of Spices.
First prizo for beat display of Extracts.
First prlzo for best quality Baking Pow
der. First prlzo for best quality Splccs.
First prize for boat quality Extracts.
Every down-to-dato grocer soils THREE
ASK FOR THEM".
IF YOU'VE BEEN BITTEN
by fnke HchmG8 you arc now ready 1
for a frcah start upon a legitimate ba- j
sla. Wrlto or call and we'll show you J
the wav. 3
Utah Commercial & Savings Bank
22-21 East First South, Salt Lake City.
New and oleKant In nil its (.ppolntmnnts.
E-0 rcoui, ataxia or ou uulte, 61 rooms with
tMtb. Q. S, Holme. Proorlatoiv
I IISE jj For Infants and Children.
:nWttThe Kind You Have
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TM OrKTHOn COWMNV. NCW YOBK OtTV.
I It Is "wltnpleaourorthat vrt announce to the pabllo that
76 have Juet completed arrangements with tho esteemed
fcouao of "Wm. Knabc & Co. to represent them In thlo sec
tion and to handle the Knabo piano in conjunction with
I pur other lines. Our lino of agenciea la now, as It has ?J- ft
ways been, tho FITTEST that was ever handled undor ona 1
jroof, and the forty -four years of experience in tho music
fcrualneBs In the State hoa enabled us to fully understand
nt lb.e requirements of the mualc-lovinir public.
1 In addition to this Instrument -will-be found here the re- I
powned Stelnvray. tho Stock, IToaon & Hamlin, Kimball, H
33stcy, Heller and many others. Prices and terms to suit
We earnestly invite tho music-loving public to call and
ICnake a islt through our emporium of music. The-hand- 1
eomest and largest music house -west of Chicago. v
It will be a pleasure for us to escort you through our 1
Taiious departments. 0
0aywn Mmk 'Co., ,
Hew Store 109 Soutl) Hlaln St.
l . - . JOSEPH J. DAXNBS, -JIL, Manager, j
I I Store. I
I Don't miss our show of new fall
i y shirts. Evex7tlaing is here. The new 1
j lassssBBBEEBBazssBsaBSM fall and wintor styles are in very I
; handsome patterns. We arc after the man who wants good shirta. 1
Shirts at 50c, 75c, ?1.00, S1.25, SI. 50, S2.0O, S2.50. Then there are
full lines of suits, overcoats, undorwear, sweaters, gloves, hats, etc.,
I etc. 1
ONE-PRICE, 45-47 MAIN. I
Quality is tho highest thing- about Old Saratoga
(Whiskey. It is hard for any competitor to reach it, but
the price well, anyo'no can reach thnt.
, KIEGEB, & LINDLEY,
I "The Whiskey Merchants."
HALL'S CANKER ANDDlPHTrlERlA REMEDY"
J For tho Mouth. Throat, mm rJvcr Pfl?I:-- For Salo by AU DrugfflstB
J Stomach and Bowels icvwi rua ond Qenora.i stores
NELDEN-JUDSON DRDG CO,, General Agent. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
ONE. PRICE. TO ALL NEVER UNPEKSOin I liH
Some Excellent Underwear Values for I
Woman and Children. 1 l!
ALL GRADES OF EVERY DESIRABLE KIND FOR WINTER M )
WEAR IN QUALITIES THAT CANNOT BE EQUALLED AT OUR 1
PRICES. WE QUOTE SOME REPRESENTATIVE BARGAINS. H ! i'H
THET'RE WORTH YOUR WHILE TO INVESTIGATE. 1 .H
Women's white Jersey ribbed knitted CORSET COVERS, with drsuw 'il
Btrlni at the waist, extraordinary value for this week 29 ( S i!
Women's white extba line quality ribbed cashmere wool cori ffs m til
sets, best 1.35 grade, all sizes, on sale at U' m
Women's ; Jersey ribbed "Melba make" perfect fitting lleeced I7nlon I 11
suits in gray or ecru, all sizes, best GOc a j M Hi'
grade at , ....&)V' M H'
Women's Jersey ribbed non-shrlnkable wool Union aults In natural Q H
gray, slightly mixed with cotton- all sizes, In the 52.25 tf oa I m 1
srrade, at $3.09 9 ilf
Children's Union suits for boys or girls, in ecru or natural gray W "
Jersey ribbed and well fleeced, anv 1) CT I ' '1
size at K
Our children's ribbed wool, cotton mixed underwear In all slze3 la 111
unsurpassed for wear, guaranteed non-shrlnkable and by 'all odds the jfl k H
most satisfactory underwear In the city. Prices accordlngto slzerom D Jf .H
35c to 75c Each. 8
A NOTEWORTHY GLOVE OFPSR. H
Ladles' heavy Swede or Glace Kid Gloves In all 6lzes. every deslrablo D M' 'H
color In this lot bat no black, all sizes, the very besti$1.25 grade ever iTI
I shown In the city, on sale this week 1
!New Coats I I
JUST RECEIVED. j jl
Fancy Cravenettes)34-?5 ; I
and Rain Coats 2450 f I
Sptcial for Monday . . .J 32.75 I I
I Smart Top Coats ) 9-5 I'm
. , ( s.so . m
I In Coverts and is.50 '.;H
1 Mixtures J 24.75 h j'M
1 One lot of Handsome Velvet Broadcloths, and gent's ma- 3 ! IH
1 terial8 in all our new Tailor-made Suits, ranging from 15.00 5 ' ;
I to 50.00. ; 'i'H
I Ths Are Special Suits at These Prices ' '!
I Which, we will offer Monday and Tuesday. g J
1 Handsone new Waists and Walking Skirts and special. V 1
1 lots for these Sale Days. Smart Street Hats, 2.00 to S5.00. 3 '
a ; j j I
I We are offering the Best j ( I
I Bargains in the city I
Come and be convinced hi
241 MAIN STREET I I