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Wl ,Bffi8PAT MonsiyoovEMBro 9, UM. THE SAJLT LAKE TRIBUTE. ' pagbmvjT : II 1 , 1
jif OF INTEREST TO WOMEN j
"'SSINCL AIR'S SOCIOLOGY.
u3 BY KEITH GORDON.
rA hi 1N. by Frances rHson-)
iEcr' was the bottom of it-but
i!flu responsible for the soclolo
:ihjrond the writer's knowledge.
wsW the corners oC a woman's
jftSStarn upward and the tips of
ifJKrscurl every so slightly back
cfBjj is cafe to assume that she
" "l: teleaded for the decorative rather
f e useful purposes of life.
E Nature arranges these little
UiV sult her6Clf-
ffc'f br ay of showInf? herselc 1,1
Cj'lth Nature's Intentions In re
Sto AIIss Sinclair, provided that
L fcdy with a bank account of
astounding size. This possibly
EJjjMlhlns to A w,th the depres-
t jnind that drove her into the
field of sociology, tho very
Atai ihe very poor being in prac-
tame predicament. To
iT.yerr wish gratified is in effect
otthln? as to have no wish gratl
I This Is as plain as a pikestaff,
j K doubtless had something to do
. Mwcla Sinclair's unnatural thirst
h consequence, she might have
o jn almost any day that winter
dfcj her way up to Columbia, clad
jitterc tailor-made gowns and
t!sf a book or two, as the "out
ri visible elgn" of her inward in
ilj. Sociology, she decided at the
it, chould begin at home, and
srspoa she abandoned her carriage
j took to street cars,theroby seeing
fSwhthli vlse the winter days marched
-y,btplng step, it seemed to her, with
jK'pfc, stupefying monotony. Wheth
Xjii looked backward into the past
Jlr ficrard Into the future, the view
;'l?Jkj tt same a blur of gray days
"llBfejkd together by tho perspective.
was listlessly thinking some such
'iH&g&ts ns these on her way to a lec
Ohprfwe day. when a man in overalls
ldUre boarded the car. Something
Wttl way lie carried himself attracted
&minrht It the Emperor William,
?ajnutfns Incog," she mused, as her
yBtoM glance took in the square-set
-fcx&K, clear-cut face and crisp
j,,Jr. A few months earlier it would
jSBrthve occurred to her to notice a
w&u Id overalls and blouse at all.
a As from her carriage, they had been
liw shadows, by no means human
Now all was different.
Bsjh she began to suspect that the
Ipil of knowledge was only nn
TgMtlii of the endless makeshifts by
fclih tre strive to forget the ennui of
ijMfclhihad learned one cardinal fact
lAui!ly. that the humblest worker
iBr" a" most Important things
jfBfU'fl'lth the greatest potentate.
young workman. meantime,
Bsi dropped Into a corner seat,
ijwrtTO one leg over the other, and,
jjB n arm extended along the back
gjjd lit seat, turned a preoccupied
out of the window, thereby
rarawUng to his vis-a-vis a profile
to fay the least, bespoke absolute
iij hinds, she noticed with grow
icoJar, though large and power
.uere of the sort most frequently
J rrotrudlng from the sleeves of
-Us tueeds or knowing Tuxedos,
'-rfin? from the sleeves of a blouse
T fcre nothing short of startling,
il JS Sinclair was stirred by an
generated Into curlos-
u manner of workman could
wo wore all the habiliments
i n the air of one descended
? V one for nn nour's masque-
Jtt i an abrupt turn of the head,
W suggestive of his having
mS v mulc query- he turned and
ww her puzzled glance full in the
t f.r a moment they stared at
a other with the undisturbed
gw of a pair of children. Then
'Ah, Mr. Golden Gate,
to see you. Walk
kM sold Mr. Wise.
-K 1 Wt mind tellln
.yoa that my best cus
lswt drink any-
j Coff Golden Gate
Sl'lMnd"n0W dn,t rflve
ill"15 away-good coffee
iioid ts rwf and hoids
11: ea yon can make
?K Ur 30 day ship-
m s 50 as to keep ihG
fresh. Good plan
)hls Packlnd roasted
iPJfe In aroma-tidht
B'3tEES,".wl,h G0I'DEN GATE
l;Wli- "otialocllon. No
2 ,.C0npOnsno crockery.
K bhod Half a Cntur?
Miss Sinclair, with an acute recollec
t on of the newly acquired fact that
tho humblest of toilers is a person
and not a thing, withdrew her eyes,
while tho man In overalls look -his
turn at inspecting. It was for this
reason that she did not see the slight
twitch of the lips that had follow;!
the open amazement of her glance.
When, later in the day, she re ailed
the little scene that followed, she
could find but one excuse. It was an
uprlare of that madness which a cer
tain philosopher had long since dis
covered as lurking In each and every
A quick, resolute desire to know
who and what he was had seised her,
and for twenty-five years she had
been accustomed to getting what she
u anted. Was he not by every token
n mere workman a man of the sort
that might come to fo fix the electric
wires or solve the plumbing mysteries?
Why, then, should she hesitate to ad
Lifting her eyes, she leaned for
ward with the serene blandnoss of a
queen addressing a aublnct.
"Pardon me" the voice wns verv
winning, but the dullest oouM no't
have misunderstood It was meant to
put an inferior perfectly at c-as-e
"pardon me. but I wonder if vou
would think it very strange if I askc-d
you a few questions? I'm interested
in labor-unions." she continued, with
a beautiful directness, "and I should
so like to hear labor's side. Excun
the personality, but you have the ap
pearance of a workman who thinks for
himself who "
She got no farther, .for something
in the man's face transformed her
Into a picture of frozen dignity.
Ripples of mirth seemed to be chasing
each other like little waves across his
quivering lips, while his eyes held a
hundred dancing smiles. Then sud
denly the lights went out and his face
was all humble, fiatterod gravity.
"I'll do my best, miss." he replied;
"though, as to having thought the
matter out for myself, I oan't claim
that I have. Still we, us union men,
think labor oucht to hav a chance,
and we're going to have It, loo. We'll
have capital on its knees to us yet!
We'll knock the props from under it,
and don't you forget it!"
With thinly concealed anxiety the
anxiety of one who was playing a. part
and who wondered If he had done
well he watched the effect of his
words. But he need have had no
fear, for his listener had no standard
by which to judgo him. She had
listened with plowly kindling eyes
and the general appearance of one
coming into touch with tho realitley of
life for the first time.
When at last the car halted at Co
lumbia, she alighted with tho convic-'
Barrin? tho fofltlvltlcs at tho several
clubs last evening whon the members and
their friends assembled to hoar the re
turns of tho election, the day was not
productive of much in a social way. Now
that the election Is over, folks will be
able to think of entertaining and it Is
probablo that from now on the days will
bo filled with bright events.
Tho event of tonlrht will bo the wed
ding of Miss L.lla Alexander and Wing- B.
Allen. Following the ceremony a recop
tlon will be trlven at tho brido'B home
and later th-j Urldo and groom will leave
for a tour of tho Pacific coast.
Mrs. Li. G. Ransohoff entertained in hon
or of her daughter Althca, It bolng her
ninth birthday. Tho afternoon was passed
In playing games and music, after whien
dainty refreshmontB wore served. The
guests wore tho MJssos Jean Miller, Grace
Hicks, Mabel Pauloo, Alta Clifford,
Louise Haydcn, Gladys Jenkins.
A thoroughly delightful and Informal
luncheon wns given In honor of Mies
Alexander yesterday by Mra. and Miss
Buckingham at their homo on East Sec
ond South street. Among tho guests wero
Mrs. W. D. Wllklns of Omaha and Mrs
W. B. McNutt of St. Joseph, who are en
joying a visit with the Bucklnghams.
Mrs. Joseph Young of -SID East First
South will not be at home until after De
Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho First
Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Coff
Thursday afternoon, C21 Stalo Btrcet,
A party .was given at Bingham recently
by Miss Dobbs and Mrs. Warden. The
decorations wero asters and the evening
was passed with pit and music. Refresh
ments wero served, after which A. F Ry
landcr of Chicago sang Those who wero
present wero: Mi", and Mrs. Robblns. Mr.
and Mrfl. Rundbcrg, Mr. and Mrs. Long,
INSPIRATION OF BIBLE,
Dean of WeatmiriBter Says Whole
Conception of It Has Been Altered.
LONDON, Nov. 8. The Dean of
Westminster, Dr. Armltage Robinson,
has caused a flutter by his statements
on the pubject of the Uteri! acceptance
of the stories of the Old Testamont.
He declared that the whole conception
of the inspiration of the Bible has been
altered. The first chapter of Genesiu no
longer means that the world wao made
in eix days. Tho second chapter no
longer means that God molded clay into
a human figure or thnt he made Eve
out of ono of Adam's ribs. The story of
Balaam's asy, too, must not be taken
as a literal statement of historical
Birthday Honor List.
LONDON. Nov. 8,-Klng Edward's
birthday honor list was issued today. In
tho colonial Hat oro eight kn ghthoqda. in
cluding W. H. Horwood, Chief JubUco or
tho Supremo court of Newfoundland. Wil
liam Groy-Wllson. Governor of tho Ba
humnH, ia made a Knight Commondor of
St. Michael and St. George
Wise on Retired List.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Nov. 8.-Rcar-Admlral
Wise went on tho retired list to
day, lowering his Hag nH commanding of
ficer of tho training Bhlp BQimdron. Ho
was Huccccdcd by Rear-Admlral R. B.
Bradford, who Immediately raised hlB
, flag. 1
tlon that, the man In the blou had
Infused a new Interest into life, while
he. as the oar coasted down the hill
and Into Harlem, stared blankly after
her disappearing figure- for a second
and Chen burst Into uncontrollable
"The Joke'y on me." he confided to
himself ruefully. "It seems?, then,
that blood doesn't always tell and
that it does take the tailor to make the
Ho glanced nt the address she had
scribbled on a slip of paper for him,
shrugged his shoulders and nnrrowed
hie eyes thoughtfully, the outcome be
ing a decision that rhe needed the' les
son. Besides, the corners of her mouth
In the days that followed Miss Sin
clair was moro and more amazed at
the intelligence, as well as the con
tradictions,, of John Clayton, electri
cian. Hlfl speech would flow on with
a smooth elegance astonishing in a
man of his class; then, without warn
ing, break into the most ear-splitting
"Hack-kneed phrases! a re re hack
kneed phrases!" he exclaimed fervent
ly in the midst of a discussion one
day. "You sec, miss, In your en-vy-ron-ment"
he accented the third
syllable strongly "you can't see the
things that I see." Never by any
chance did he use her surname. Yet
his manner at times In moments of
self-forgetfulness, she fancied verged
upon perfection. Never in her life
had she met with such contradictions.
And never in her life, she mutely ad
mitted to herself at last, In a state of
breathless dismay never had she met
a man so entirely interesting.
Of himself he spoke but little, but
sometimes, In the very midst of some
deep question, he would catch a soft,
absent, woman-look in the eyes fixed
Intently upon him a look that had to
do not with wealth, position or the
betterment of the working classes,
but which made him grow strangely
warm and Inwardly call himself a
It was at a dinner party three
months after their first meeting that
the unmasking took place One
blinding fiash of surprise when Mr.
Harrington was presented to her, and
then Miss Sinclair was herself again.
"Well?" he murmured, brazenly,
when he found himself seated beside
her at the table.
"Pray, what Is your real name, and,
if I may ask, do you regard life as a
bal masque?" Deftly she managed to
Impart to the question that elusive
touch of insult, the use of which is
one of the most delicate arts that so
ciety his to teach. But Harrington did
"John Clayton Hnrrington, electri
cal engineer, who has a mind to know
street railways from the ground up,"
he answered sturdily. At the answer
a sudden gladness leaped into her
eyes Her head was bent low, her
"I I am glad. I should not want you
to be Insincere!"
Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstopherson. Mr. and
Mra Oslor, Mr. and Mrs. Alrlch. Miss
Burns. Miss Rundberg. arise Roseola.
Miss Robertson, Miss Hicks. Miss Ropco
la, MI.ss Williams, Mian Sanslrom, Mr.
Craig, arm, Hornor, afrs. Lundqulst, airs.
Ruttle, airs. aicKcnzle, air. Christopher
son, air. Rylandor, Mr. Young, air. Groro
beck, air. Hall, air. aiarkcr. air. Hair,
arr. Cates. air. Hood, air. Roseola, air.
Perry and air. Fenklc, (
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eelect from now. ft
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I 1 Chlckcrlng uprlsht. cbonlzcd $.
IM caac, lino condition, orlgl- X
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1 Kimball upright, mahogany 4
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