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lj OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
. ' ! u 1'M bv Martha McCulIoch-
fc!lU V7rf Williams.)
. Ix hundred dollars! And her dog and
4r ,, t call lhat a shame a burning
?A - vmy Watts said, holding out
Tnnto Jocclyn. ostensibly sympa-
bal lth a gleam of satisfaction
J if donV Jcel'n sald st0Utly: "A"nt
1L.! J ha never promised to make mo
' hlr She did all she said and more
Le rce my eduoatlon-with a lot of
Sis in the way of extras-dressed me
!4k Swnd gavo me also a chance of
arftg gntas her money. I wouldn't take
fttnir I-I don't understand" Amy
2 'jocelyn laughed .softly. "The
)) Ss would have been casy-to some
y ' S?" she said. "It only meant being
. &si Tou see Aunty felt that
bi herself ought to have gone she
Lfat she bad heard a call that way
lit but her terror of men and water was
831 Ke never could venture to answer
m she wanted me to till the gap which
u.' "thoucht she had left In the ranks.
Ztl too. the poor old dear knew I'd
r? nd her money if I got it without the
,f : Wonary enreer In having good times.
S6 ii l Se did so hate good times! She
, mpfy couldn't be happy unless she
' A3 ven' miserable."
5-1'ou "staved with her nine years,"
M Ly said In a voice of nwe. Jocelyn
"tS DWlbc-d out her black gown and said,
.i rfully: "Yes ana i m giau oi u.
ft3 fa-ards the last she clung to mo pitl
1 ally-called me her comfort, and all
' , hit But It broke me all up to have
- - r ack my pardon for the will. As
fcough I had a right to be hurt over it.
1r h lived so useless, child, I had to do
IlGl i'llttle good at the very last she said
io her dear missionaries got everything
' ut the place and the family silver
' kfywenttoa Challoner, down In Tex-
e, the last of Ihe name. She hoped ho
luitfc. Fouia come back and live on the place.
y. loicehow, In spite of all her crankiness.
be kept the feeling of race. I'm not
-tel Ml blood kin of hers, you know only
sin r stepmother grandchild"
elii "whn ls lie coming this Texan?"
I liny Interrupted.
:e- ft 'Jocelyn laughed roguishly. "Not at
11, I suspect Amy-Mamy. You'll have
, f put up with Frank Palmer after all.
, 'or even If Mr Stephen Challoner
jfej fould come, he Is likely to bring a
lis. Challoner along. Early and often
i i7the Texas motto, wien it comes to
i ilrlmony and he's all of thlrty
to K tt."
uU, b jj"Frank has no eyes now for anybody
it you," Amy said, trying to mask
mmmm llt with playfulness, and succeeding
IBlocelyn gave her a keen Icok. In-
inlly she whistled a favorite trick of
in In case of great surprise. "Unless
w take that back right straight, I'll
, . indie you out, neck and crop, she said
snU wrcly, but with twinkling eyes. "I
Jl 111 deny grudging Frank to you
tat woman could? But you have pos-
nirlon, which is nine points of the law,
it to spenk of vested interests you
p were betrothed in the cradle, I've
fays heard, by your respective fa
vA 'Oh, that was all a joke!" Amv said
hit rt blushed and bridled delightedly.
Sftb ny was a pretty enough girl, unless
ossli tctlyn were by to put her out of court
a en wlyn was tall and 20. light on her
:ph!:! et, Uthely rounded, a figure of grace.
' Hal everywhere, most of all In her
) Mch'tlnted face and laughing eyes,
j i the three weeks since she hnd come
El WS?''6 she had sulJuBated half of Lyn-
TWlte-women no less than men. What
I , fonder that she had swept Frank Pal-
;Br oft his feet!
mEu Wua a ricn mftn's only child,
JMjplIfil of course, but a decent fellow
JBSh, dutiful to his father, and ten
y affectionate toward his invalid
iK Ho had lntonded to marry Amy
purpose to please his mother, who
to Iff1 a of 1,10 Kirl and hntl grown to
W JSii ? her sreatly. Now he had
f 2li the W0UId be mch fonder of
I yn .rore six months were out
1 ?ri.?nla ,hc helP u? rhe the two
I ' Txht of n,m he was sa''ff this
J ilih L fk ,V0,imn' who answered him
m rrinr?n 5lk,,lt' cll0k,nS sobs and the
1 3Sn,eu,f wa8ted 1,a,,ds- The silence
1 Sf nnfh'in.,t0 the lKlnt f action-he
H LS,alone the tree-bordered
1 aVu 0 ,ntent l,Ion his er-
1 vntMn fa!r,y Jnt0 a 11, sun-
fj wSr'A wh0 stood solute up-
1 S0sehrasaltl?nrathOr g00d'" thc
ia ln answer ot his apolo-
9 w a ?st 1 reckon so It gives
I mln?ani,iLt0 spcak lo without
fl $ to bi nC0, a c?nfldence man. I
I t l.-r2. hsmed lo say it, but the
H re I j l0sL ost ln Lynvllle-
Tnvllle?S l0rn,a ons tin,e "BO. The
V ' PUw lS2 fber was another sort
treThe t,nn,l. be n publlc GQunre,
,1 ke HverlKf P,ke went down towards
1 , r"hou!.lh a lnarket uusc, and a
I Franf,0 "lC0t tlle ra
1 himself 0XI,lnled, smiling in spite
I SSeafeBf M "H'm!" then
I ' y. what K,5$ middl of lh,ns wltht
1 ! B rl aAMrtTof Proposition ia this
' '-know Lr r8,Jo' yn? You're bound
m ("Shs '5 you llve here."
i 2SBW" Frank an-
ffihSvJ? J"1 1,lm' 11,80 SmI1-
fr brand on ! ' 11 3 p,al sho's run
l'youV n 1 nt,vho you Qre?
l Vve Kot a L? U? No harm meant
Sr up ,1 ve como a11 lhe
cn I Eot ti ?rt. ?C even ings.
1 l-aunt? 8trnlht story of my
57 fateve. It'a nn m yn
A J V the cost of S
"f5 meat I
L WchCrgam With
A Chanuing Dish.
J I !3 S Vu- m Uo book. -Tno
J in each pkg.
make tracks up there and mtirry that
poor thing.' "
"Sure you can do It?" Frank asked,
a stormy red flashing Into his face.
Challoner wheeled upon him. "Lord,
yes," he said. "Even in Texas there
aren't many would turn down Steve
Challoner. Ever hear of thc Tomahawk
Ten ranch? Pretty complete outfit If
I do say so myself. It don't really lack
much but a mistress and that It's go
ing to have, sure as this Miss Jocelyn
shows up as any sort of Texas timber
She ought to be that. This llttlo old
Slate of Tenncsseo raises about the
best going. That's what made we wait
so long I've been knowing I needed a
wife ever since the Tomahawk Ten got
to a fall draft of 2000 steers, but some
how I couldn't fetch it, to come up
here after her. Now well! I don't
think I'm going home by myself not
even if I find the wind blows the way I
think It does."
"How ls that?" Frank asked.
Challoner laughed. "Why, that j-ou've
gone and cut me out, before ever I was
rightlj' cut In," he said. "Ain't that
"I don't know," Frank Interrupted,
"but," doggedly, "If you'll como nlongl
with mo we'll very soon find out."
"So! you'ro going to see her!" Chal
loner ejaculated, with a whistle, then,
rubbing his hands, "but you haven't
told me a word about yourself."
Frank ran into a brief account of
himself as they swung along the streot.
Challoner listened attentively, and at
the close asked- "Now, one thing moro
are you right sure you ain't mort
gaged property I don't see how you
can help being living here where folks
can't do much but marry specially
women. Oh. ho! I thought so!" noting
Frank's frowning flush. "Now you
speak up the whole truth before wc
go a stop further together."
"Would you ruin your life to please
other people?" Frank demanded.
Challoner looked at him narrowly.
"No man ruins his life, except by doing
wrong." he said. "Tell me the whole
talc then I can Judge "
"Gee! But you are In a sort of a box1"'
he said when he had heard the tale
then, with a swift smile: "But It ought
not to be hard to get you out with two
men wanting lo marry and two women
ready to be persuaded."
"You don't mean?" FVank began,
reaching for the other's hand. Challoner
returned the clasp, but said oracularly:
"Walt until I've seen 'em both no buy
ing pigs in a poke for yours truly. Then
there was silence until they stood side
by side upon the Craig piazza, shaking
hands with the two young women
whose conclave they had interrupted
Five minutes later Challoner managed
to wink at Frank unseen. And when,
after supper, they marched away arm
In arm, he burst out: "It's all right
mighty right, old son! I'm with you to
the last cartridge. Jocelyn has got the
looks, but somehow that Amy bunch of
calico is lust the size I want. We've
got a whole month's time to work In.
Oought to bo a pair of weddings at the
end of it."
There were a pair of weddings, al
though they waited until fall. When
they came off. Amy was so happy that
she made a beautiful Mrs. Challoner,
and Mrs. aPImer senior was nearly as
much ln love with Jocelyn as her
Quito an Innovation in Salt Lake's so
cial circles was the morning chocolate
given yesterday by Mrs. Duncan Mac
Vichle. The event waH In honor of her
first wedding anniversary, and tho deco
rations were as nearly ns possible like
thoso seen at tho wedding a year before.
Mrs. MacVichlo wore her wedding gown
and received her guests from 11 to 2
o'clock. Assisting Mrs. MacVichlo wero
Mrs. Salisbury, Mrs. Clement, Mrs. Dag
gett, Mrs. Woodruff, Mrs. Hosmer, Miss
Woodward and M13S Salisbury. A cloth
of laco covered tho dining table, in tho
center of which was a vase of bride's
roses, and scattered over the cloth sprays
of maidenhair fern A circular shower of
pink carnations and plumosa was sus
pended from tho chandelier directly over
tho table and formed a canopy effect.
Vases filled with pink chrysanthemums
were seen in parlor and library, with
American Beauties ln the hall, where
punch was served. A string orchestra
stationed upstairs furnished most onjoy
able music during the hours tho guests
were received. Mrs. MacVlchlo'n guosts
numbered seventy-live, and tho ovent will
be recalled as In every way one of the
pleasantcst of thc season.
Since the weather promises to be pleas
ant today. It has been decided to havo
a tea at tho Country club this afternoon
at 4 o'clock. Tho finals In tho golf con
U'St betweon Mr. McGurrln nnd Mr. Copp
will naturally attract a large number of
members, and so it was planned yester
day to have tho tea tills afternoon. Mrs.
R. H. Channlng will be tho hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. George IC. Fischer give
an Informal dinner this evening at their
Mrs, James E. Jennings, whoso homo
;n East South Temple street has so often
Viccd tho scene of delightful events, was
tho hostess yesterday at ono of the pret
tiest luncheons of tho season. Thirty
guests had been invited to meet Mrs.
Morrow. Five small tables we:e used,
each one being artistically arranged, the
place cards and decorations belnir In
keeping with tho elegance of tho menu
Green and white was the color schemo
and the effect was charming.
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Dunbar will enter
tain Monday evening at a Halloween
party which will bo enjoyed' by a few of
her old friends.
A largo number went up from the city
!nyt evening to attend the hop at Fort
Douglas. U was tho flr.st of tho formal
series of the wlntur and in every way a
truly enjoyable affair. Thu hall had beep
tastefully decorated, the trappings of
unr forming the general Idea, and this,
with the full dress uniforms of the of 11
cers, jravt- to I lie event e;ulto a military
air Tho dancing was greatly enjoyed.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Frank D. Hart arc now
nt home lo their many friends at 01
Ninth East street.
Dr. Joseph S. Blchards has returned
from his visit to the World's fair and
ether Eastern points of Intercut.
A number of the friends of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Callow called at their home
last evening, prior to the departuro of
Mrs. Callow nnd the children for a year's
Slav ln England.
Mrs. Dearborn, wife of Dr. E. T. F.
Dearucrn of San Francisco, ls a pucst
at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
JLashbrook of this city.
Thc regular mid-week luncheons at tho
Country club will be continued during
tho month of November.
Friends of Miss Helen Bailey will re
trret to leain that she Is still oulto 111
at her homo, 7G1 Fourth East Btrcot,
whero she has been sufforlnir from ty
phoid for tho pant three weeks.
A very riulct but prettily appointed
homo wedding during tho week was that
or Mi.y.s Mamie L. C'omstock and J. H.
Tempest, Jr., which took placo last Tues
day evening nt 7 o'clock In tho presenco
of the immediate family. Rov. 'C. E.
Perkins officiating- A reception to rela
tives followed, from S to 11 o'clock. Mr.
and Mrs. Tempest left on an early train
Wednesday for an oxtended visit to St.
I.onls and rhe East nnd will be at homo
to their friends after November 15. nt Ko
Eost Sixth South street.
t Residents of Utah
on Their Travels $
Special lo Tho Tribune.
NEW YORK. Oct. 23. Mrs. Ella Squires
and Miss Edith Ellcrbcck arrived Octo
ber 19 and will spend tho winter here.
Mrs. Squires Is now located on Manhat
tan avenue, with her son. Clyde, the well
known artist. Miss Ellcrbcck, for 'tho
present, ls visiting friends on West Twenty-third
street, and within a week will
B tako up her literary and vocal studies
under capable instructors. Miss Ellcrbcck
has written a number of credltablo stories
which havo appeared in different maga
zines. Clarence Neslen dropped Into tho city
Sunday for a two-days' "visit, having just
arrived from Germany on tho White Star
lino steamship Teutonic. Ho has been
absent tho past thirty months, laboring
as a missionary for tne Mormon church.
Mr. Neslen encountered considerable op
position while away, having the novel ex
perience of being Imprisoned In a Ger
man bastlle, and was also banished from
ono section of that country. Ho mot a
number of Utahns In different parts of
Europe, whllo traveling lust previous to
returning to America, whllo ln Paris he
was tho guest of M. M. Young, Utah's
talented young artist, who Is making
rapid, strides in his profession. "Young
will yet be heard from," said Mr. Neslen.
"and ls sending homo by me about 300
etchings which aro very fine Indeed.
"Whllo In London I learned that M. W
Snow, tho well-known dentist; Misses
Florenco and Edith Grant, daughters of
Hcbor J. Xirant, would sail for America
on Octobor 2J, and will be In Salt Lako
early in November."
Mrs. George W. Thatcher and daugh
ter, Phyllis, of Logan, arrived tho early
part of the week and aro to bo found
at 272 Manhattan avenue. Miss Thatcher
returns to continue her Btudy on thc vio
lin under Prof. Llchtenberg this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Earl, so well
known In Utah, aro back again, and aro
staying at tho Imperial. After leaving
Salt Lako they made quite an extended
visit at Chicago, Grand Rapids and tho
St, Louis fair. Mr. Earl has his offico
on Wall street.
Among tho arrivals of the past few
days wero Sidney G. Savlllc, Will James
and Chet Clawson of Salt Lake. Thev
leavo today for Boston by boat, and will
bo Joined there by George W. Pypcr, son
of George D. Pyper, and will all sail for
London on October 26.
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Clayton are at pres
ent in Chicago, tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat M. Brlgham, 22S East Fifty
third street. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton vis
ited St. Louis and, after leaving Chi
cago, will visit other cities, when they
will return home.
Mrs. Tyler Young and Miss Syballa Clay
ton, daughter of Nephl W. Clayton, ar
rived ln Detroit during the past week
Miss Clayton returns to continue her
musical studies and Is a gifted perlorme''
on tho piano. Mrs. Young will remain in
Detroit a few weeks, when she will return
lo Salt Lake.
The following Salt Lakers are expected
to arrive within the next few days: Wil
liam Bradley, the attorney; Robert D.
Grant, who will spend six weeks here;
Mrs. Fred Wcy and daughter, Louise.
Walter J. Poulton, Jr., another young
Salt Lako musician who gives much
promise, is now In Detroit and will con
tlnuo his musical studies bore during tho
winter. Walt has been a pupil of Prof. J.
J. McClellan for some time, which Is to
say he has been properly Instructed. Prof,
McClellan'o pupils are always welcomed
by professors, no matter where they de
cide to study. Miss Lulu Snow, who until
a short time ago studied under McClellan.
but now a pupil of Prof. Alexander Lam
iMire here, is progressing nicely with her
Mention was made ln last week's letter
that Horaco G. Nebcker of Logan had
been chosen ns delegate to represent tho
University of Chicago at tho convention
of Republican Students' clubs, which was
held at Indianapolis October 17 and IS.
Word has been received hero that Mr.
Nebcker attended the convention, and
whllo thero was tendered tho vlcc-presl-dency
of the National League of Republi
can clubs. Tho Republican students of tho
Chicago universities and colleges aro well
organized this fall and have entered into
the spirit of systematic campaign work
Tho club organized by tho students of tho
University of Chicago has arranged to
havo prominent Republican speakers ad
dress them, and Senator Falrbanlea is ex
pected to spenk soon after his return from
his. Western tour. J. S. S
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The St. Nicholas Hotel
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a day and up. Corner West Second
South and West Temple, over F, J.
Hill Drug Co,
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0sljSZ$(liki lj tn0 place of Eastern Importations. At - tile
ulspP' ! same price as our othor brands. Try it I
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nfM" I KB2TTTJCEY LIQUOR CO.,
Eesident Betail Agenta.
W tF?Km ; Telephone 231. ;
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NOTHING BUT BUTTER
Made by tho netv modern creamery vhero purity and cliyinllncss are first lj
Faust reamery Supply SoS5 S.c" fc
' HALL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHERIA REMEDY!
Kor the Mouth. Throat, lIiar P'ailc.u For Sale by All Drugfflotfl j
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NELDHWUDS0N DRUG CO., General Agent. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
i .uiii a l I n.i ii J n . i iiii,i..1i,iTr-TIJiWIJtiJJUJ.'.'j;.VUa
ONE. PRICE. TO ALL NEVERJNDER50LD 'I
i Our Saturday Specials Are Attracting j ;
Larger Crowds Than Ever. ill
As an Example of Today's Bargain Import-1 H
j ance, we call attention to the following Dep'ts. S ;
Extra SpecialSaturday Only :l
100 pieces plnln and metal printed silk k jd !
llnlsh English make Velvettae, ln all f flLJn) ffl IT ft fll
r the leading colors and black, value Jft rffl K fe S ill f
I S5c to $1.00 a yard Jr fe liyJF '
SATURDAY NIGHT I
From 7 to 9 O'clock. M;H
CLOAK DEPART- 0 IX f& 14? JUST FOR SATT7R- ';
i MENT. OrtKfl URDAT NIGHT from 7 I f
? .syjH.. tQ j) 0.clock. Don't ex- J I
Ladies' High- ' mw n vect them again at this 1 ' H
Grade Silk OMBS . .
i WaiSCS at Up to 40c values, on . H , ,
i sale at- for yoc each 1 ,
I ? . The m-catest Bed p 'i
1 JX, JU lrfT Spre2d valu?f Salt I r'
j, -sk v m erg iia:vc witnessed for B i'J j
' . . . c JL "JP some time. R 1 71
GO ladies' taffeta Silk g , f iH
;j Waists, all shades, In- Gould anything be White and colored S X iH
t cludlnp black, beautiful- moro Temarkablo than Bed Spreads, knotted, m b-
ly made n'ith plaits and this Saturday night fringed and hemmed M f
) tucks, all this season's special? It Includes all Bed Spreads, single bed D ' iH
3 style, and 20 colored the best shapes and and double bed sizo fc ' j
j peau de solo silk waists, styles In shell or white spreads, white spreads, B ( ,) iH
. slightly soiled; waists ln celluloid, plain or trim- blue spreads, pink 8 j IH
j this lot worth up to med . back combs, In spreads, red spreads, all h (' j iH
R ?5 75. Saturday 7 p. m. rcgufar 2oc to 40o val- spreads worth $1.65. Sat- g ! f
sharp. Choice ues, at each urday night, limit 2 to (l IH
ft a customer, at each I; IH
j$2.50 15c 98c I
Boys' Clothing and Our Shoe Departm't 1 I
j Gent's Furnishing . SSffH" ,.., I I
irflo,n- Ladies' Donao!
wepartmesr KM Lace soes .
J SWEATERS, In an assortment of k ' fH
J fancy stripes, all wool, sizes 30 to rfffo tJ &T V 1
it 44. worth $1.25; sale price ir ff T1 , i
J for two hours only JJY LP M. 9 Jsf F
ricirT Ml aroa., fHi hi' j
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In order to stir up interest in the Piano business we f '
will give a receipt for 50.00 to apply as lirst cash payment
on any piano that we have in stock up to 2sTov. 1st. Also one ' 1
GIVEN FREE. I
; We handle the Kranich & Bach, Lester,. Haines J3ros, and j ( .
Marshall & Wendell H
j . PIANOS. ;l
Daynes & Rornney Piaeo Co. !; I
38 and 40 Richards St I
i5ev CHRISTMAS ! I
j Jp MONEY I j '
' gS Can be had if you begin I ; '
pV j0 now. Don't wait till the I j
ffiC y last minute. Other peo- 1 j
Pe 0tan money from I p H
lptJf old bills why shouldn't j
! ;rgwM, y011 We can't collect n
c them if you don't turn
Merchants9 Protective Ass9m. I
B Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts for Evcrj'body. . iH
H FRANCIS G. LUKE, General Manager. jl
j Officas: Top Ioor Commsrcial Block J
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