Newspaper Page Text
J EDKESDAY MOENIKG, SQYEKBBB 23, 1904. TOT , f AGE F1VB fl
m OF INTEREST TO WOMEN )
jBBrHTT'w,CT,TO"?il II H JIM I i j ,H , M , 11 1 i BBacgan
iifpLE BLOSSOMS AND NOVEMBER
jlj BY VIRGINIA LEILA WENTZ.
RLwrteht, 1904. by Virginia Leila
W !lni not hard-hearted, you know;
if' L 1 mu3t pay my bills when they fall
W The stout landIad' compressed
llpgas though she had said a thing
m u nurt 1,er to uUer"
M- 5 " understand. Indeed." the girl re
ft ivd passively, pushing back her heavy,
Vnins ar w,lh a ,,ttle sosture of
j'Of course, tomorrow belli' Thanks
irrln' Da' J'ou eetln,t disturb your
Kif but make yourself comfortable till
ffrtifl)'-" Sno Iooked at the blanl door ;
Web closed quietly behind the girl. '
WrZa her eyes returned to the columns
K' ter account book. They wore opened
Mtiapa&e headed, "Miss Rose Darcey"
Kimse where the debits considerably
Lirbalanced the credits.
Mtvo too good a heart to be a. micccs3
llhl business woman," murmured the
luklaaV. closing the book.
y-rlUght was fast coming on. Up
liulrs In tlic fourth floor back there
iris a fire In the grate bright yellow
td scarlet flames, burning In a cease
va endeavor to destroy an asbestos
' w Rose Darcey slipped down on the
Coor, and with her arms folded about
Is knees, matched the fire, thinking
typical it was of the life she had
in leading for the past year. Why,
Jwrythlng even her hearth fire; was
'she fell to dreaming. It was seldom
'WsiVnad time to dream, for she was nl
jVCys busy trying to make both ends
ftX:t. But now, since they simply would
KjSt nieet, she might as well dream for
Eft tiny space. How tired she was of
Hltill-of the struggles, the petty am
fijltaions. the give-and-take friendships,
w-lltit endless cold shoulders, the eternal
I Ar.d tomorrow would be Thanksgiving
li Toy! How well she remembered that
bjr In other ears' In her aunt's humble
i' tote farmhouse there had ever been the
if ' clranclng odor of pumpkin and mince
S'l ;H of stewed cranberries, of browning
g Krkey, of plum puddjng, of good things
I numerable Not this year, though,
I" ehe had robbed them of all that.
' 0L It was hard, hard, hard'
V A rap at the door, and Patty Lou, the
yii tared girl entered.
m : "A gem-man In the parlor to sec you
VJssj "Wouldn't send his name, nl
jtria' he wanted to s'prlse you, I reck-
Down In the r.arrow, gaudy room a
an with a gray mustache and a shag
'Tcoat sat on the sofa alone, As he
.ioticd unseolngly about him, the stern
faa in his mouth relaxed; In their
Jul came an expression of extreme
I "I '"idleness.
f. SU his years of walling harked back
J -bhlm. He seemed to see, as In a glass,
ej iny girl In a gingham apron stand
ftr under an apple tree; and then she
wraed. to grow and grow, but always
lit' had sunshine In her hair and a
In her eyes. He had' waited for
Mi 'hr to attain to womanhood, dreaming
li (ewms the villagers had never guessed."
X- ,iM then becauEe she had talent for
t- tt-forsooth, and her aunts had aald
V; reunt be cultivated, even though it
f ; E4ant a third mortgage on their little
irra-she had passed out of his life.
I, .- Lately, however, John Lowell had
v, asght a rumor that things were not
li phg well with her in the mad, com,
? jJcUtlve life of New York, and so lie
SUK Ul,n ail(i wn,to she had grown'
I j.Anhe pushed aside the- cheap, Bagdad
P ortleres, she seemed to be all gleam
j r-J hair and great, pathetic eyes. If he
fKtt only hold her proud little face be
n both palms and kiss her dear,
. Jutead (he knew her temperament so
! ji the mmm
W jiENT MR. HAYLAND TO COLO
J HADO FOR HIS HEALTH.
!ll 75 His Life Was Saved by Vinol.
i wrile & Sa,t Lalco c'ty will be Inter
i the recovery of Mr. Haylond. as
iJuw.y.or our friends aro continually
1' iu tL , t0 000 health resort or another
I Is t,y muns of recovery.
3 ft of "'a cure from Denver,
'jVfcAi ,Vr Ha-Vland says: "I believe that
; -ha new cfl Uver H preparation,
tS ml. my ,lfc- a,,d 1 wish to mcn
f Rtn ii c?,se', as 11 ,nis-y be of valuo to
fVZ slrallarly affected.
fca?,?Hnt to, Colorado with what my
fcA ni d woul(1 develop Into tubercu
Btifi ?. was 30 weQk I was unable to
FVfcoi my Profession. Slnco taking
1 tm. fiy, ann-'llto has returned. I aleep
ItliSiii i .lcry mueh stronger and am sure
Rlajinni J1 be lcstred to perfect health.
HpU U v. r,ecornmend Vinol too strongly.
liO'rS5,nes had failed "
1'Dsihix r.ltn9wn 'Irugglst. Mr. Druehl of
says: "Thot reason Vinol
Ian1.3. 3Uch remarkable Tcaulta
Oliver A, ionics and emulsions of
lncenir!:. TinJs becauBO It contains in
fUvo &d or,n n" of tho healing,
I ttien irni I?cnls of cotI ver oil, actually
K cr Kt,cc'3h 'vcrs, but without
ftf"MoSa?h." l0Ca "0t U,Set UlC
yDnMhli alE0 'reol' offers to return
it ,'Im ior vnol in every case
& brnnnil? ,t0 cllro chronic coughs.
Sm in1''1 ,troubI8. Incipient con
ethem.ako r,ch- r?d blood, in
?rt atronA.pc'lit. cure nlomach troubles
: buiiTi ;,and renewed vitality to tho
i noti of d makG tho W0Sl,c strong.
lt!?rly anv Luch a remedy ahould to'
'v. 10 tifro"j,ynrr!,0L1 ln SaK T-alsc City who
u 11 . BUch a remedy should tr'
lfkable nt ,8,lmPlc preparation with
Va nVf'u PiOWCra and won,t
r'hl fi. YZ11 ,f t docs you no good.
Co lYanltcn. Drugsl3ts; also Smith
well) he talked about the home village,
about the queer, poky little streets, and
the dull village gossip.
"Is the apple crop good this vear?"
she asked suddenly. "Have you ground
a lot of cider?"
For answer he dived Into one of the
Pockets of his shaggy gray coat and
letched up a shining red apple.
i,lTranwS; U's a kcn-uly." exclaimed
feel,nS of Its smoothness.
Came off your tree, Rose."
"Yes; the Immense one In the corner
lon t you remember? I've called It
your tree ever since since one day
when you were very little, and you
wanted some blossoms."
"I suppose you got them for me, If I
wanted them?" said the girl softlv. How
good he had always been to he'r! He
was Just like that shaggy coat of his
big and rough and wholesome, and
Last night she had dreamed' that her
head lay on that same shaggy coat,
u s stronE anns were about her.
while she was relating to him all the
discouragements of her metropolitan ex
perience, and each time that she had
lifted her head to emphasize some point
or other how good It had been to get
back to the coat afterward In the
dream, of course!
"You see, the blossoms were out of
your reach." he went on, "and I hap
pened to be coming along, you said
If I'd get you the flowers you'd be my"
"Sweetheart." The word was very
tenderly uttered; the tenderness made
her tremble somehow. But she laughed
"Your sweetheart? Rash promise,
"And when I lifted you up," he con
tinued, "you put your arm about my
"How shockingly Improper!"
"And from that moment," he pursued
gravely, "I've never thought of anybody
else for for a wife, Rose."
"How long ago was that?" she asked
"Twelve, last blossom time "
"Then I must have been only nine
"I wonder, dear, if it would be right
to hold a girl to a promise she made
when she was only nine?"
From beneath her long lashes she
caught the wrapt expression on his face,
as he leaned toward her. and she quiv
ered with a sense of sudden protec
tion. "I wonder?" Her voice trailed off
vaguely, as she watched a lighted cable
car go by. but he caught her to him
gladly, with a new air o& protection.
A few moments later, from the great,
shaggy coat, came a tearfully muffled
but happy cry:
"Oh, John, It's just like It was in the
dream just like it was In the dream'"
To John Lovell the words ln them
selves were a bit irrelevant. But what .
did a man like him care for words,
when he held In his arms the thing he
prized most In the world?
Thanksgiving at tho Country club to
morrow will bo quite a noteworthy event.
Mixed foursomes will bo tho feature in a
nlne-holo golf match, the women to select
their partners. It Is expected to begin
the games promptly at 10:30 a. m. and fol
lowing the .match a buffet luncheon will
bo served from 12:S0 to 2:20, the menu to
Includo all thoso dainties which form the
dlstlnctlvo fcaturo of tho Thanksulvlng
Today will he qulto gay for Salt Lake
society with two largo afternoon recep
tions, ono at the homo of Mrs. Thomas
ICcarns and the other to bo given by Mrs.
"William S. McCornlck and Miss Kcogh.
Word comes from San Francisco that
Mrs. Ncwhouse, who went to that city
with Mra. Goodwin (Maxlno Elliott), Is
having a delightful stay and being much
Miss Elizabeth Cosgriff was the hostoss
at the Kenyon yesterday at ono of tho
brightest luncheons of tho autumn, given
ln honor of Mrs. Gcorgo Rose. Covers
were laid vfor. twelve gucsts.and the decor
ations were American- Beauties on the ta
ble and around the festive board. It was
purely Informal, but thoroughly delightful.
At tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Buckingham last evening tho Misses
Buckingham charmingly entertained at a
card party, nine tables being used Fol
lowing tho games dainty refreshments
were served Tho rooms had been very
prettily arranged with bright .Dowers of
tho season and presented a striking ap
pearance. The meetliiK of the James B. McKcan
post. Woman's Relief corps, will be held
today at 2 o'clock ln tho Jennings hall on
First South street.
Mrs. S. S. Walker of this city is spend
ing Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs
Walter C Lewis of Butte.
Mrs. Ilcber Lcc and Mrs. Tngalls enter
tain Friday at luncheon ln honor of Mrs
William Evans of Baltimore.
A successful and enjoyable event of yos
tcrdav was the charity card party given
by tho Jewish Relief society. The hall
was crowded with members and friends
of tho socletv. and prizes were won by
Mrs. Rothschild, Mrs. Sarah Kaltn, Mrs.
Illrsch and Mrs. Phillips.
Jacob Morltz gave an elegantly appoint
ed dinner at the Alta club Monday even
ing in honor of Mr. and Mra. Strauss of
Baltimore, who are spending some time
ln this city. Covers were laid for ten.
Mrs. W W. Rivers will entertain at an
informal luncheon next Saturady In hon
or of Mrs. William Evans of Baltimore.
About $3) was realized from the Thanks
giving alc held yesterday by the homo
and education section of tho Ladles Lit
erary club, the proceeds to go to the nlgnt
school at Gordon academy. Before A
o'clock everything had been disposed of
and many more Thanksgiving goodies
could have been aold had the supply been
Membors of the Halls club enjoyed a
I WEATHER RECORD
Weather for today Fulr.
Yesterday's record ut the local office
of tho weather bureaji:
Maximum temperature, 01 degrees; min
imum temperature, 22 degrees; mean tem
perature. -W degrees, which Is 'J degrees
above the normal. '
Accumulated excess of temperature
since tho first of tho month, 107 degrees.
Accumulated excess of temperature
slnco January 1, 115 degress.
Total precipitation from C p. m. to C p.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since the first of the month, SG Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since the Hist of January, 1.21 Inch.
Ablleno 72Modena . ..: C2
Ashevlllo Montgomery 70
Atlanta OlMoorhead &S
Bismarck EONew Orleans 74
Boise (MNcw York 48
Boston 52Norfolk 04
Buffalo l2NorthfieId GO
Cairo MNortli Platlo 70
Calgarv Oklahoma CO
Charleston 760maha 60
Chicago . COPhoenlx SO
Cincinnati" CiPlttsburg EG
Denvor . GSPocatello .... M
El Paso 6SPortland 62
Detroit 42Rapld City ....... GS
Dodge 70Roseburg Gl
Duluth BOSt. Louis M
Elklns rASl. Paul 52
Galveston G?S. Stc. Marie -10
Grand Junction .. CGSan Krunclsco .... CS
Havro 55Santa Fc Gl
Helena GSScranton ...33
Huron GSSpokune . ,, 04
Jacksonville . ... 74Swlfl Current .... K!
Kansas City COVIclorla f2
Knoxvllle Washington .S
Lander GlWInncmucca . ... SS
Llttlo Rock GlWlnnlpcg C2
Los Angeles SSYuraa SO
Miles 'City :...KJ -
very pleasant party on Monday evening
The entire soutli half of Tho Halls hotel
was thrown open for tho entertainment
of the members and their friends, and
was prettily decorated with autumn
flowers. Cards was followed by an In
formal muslcalc, the evening being an
altogether plcnsant ono for members and
guests. Delicious refreshments wero
Mrs. T. C. Glosz leaves tho latter part of
December for a three weeks' visit with
her daughter, Mrs. Rosemary Glosz Whit
ney, in New York.
Mrs. Sol Sicgcl has gono to Baltimore,
called there by the serious Illness of her
brothcr-ln-law, Albert Weil
We want you tp.tfy Schil
ling's.Best at our risk; at our
risk; at our risk.
Your p-ocer rcturnt your money if you don't like It.
j A GOOB I
1 WILL GIVE THANKS FOR
1 A KNIFE WITH A KEEN
I , EDGE. f
1 A SET OF OUR CAR- I
I VERS WOULD TICKLE
1 THE MOST FASTIDIOUS
j CARVER, f3
Book Bargains This Week
$1.50 Books for 75c.
Pick Upa for Christmas Gifts. Just as
Good us They Ever Were
Hundreds of Others at some Price.
The Portion of Labor WILKIN'S..
Tho Rescuo SEDGWICK.
The Cavalier CABLE.
Unleavened Bread GRANT.
Tho Yollow Van WHITING.
Van Bibber & Others . DAVIS. -
Cardinal's Snuff Box HARLAND.
Slrlus . FOWLER.
Captain Macklin DAVIS.
Tommy & Grlzcl , BARR1E.
Tho Wilderness Voyagers CALKINS.
Jothro Bacon STIMSON.
Babs. Tho Imposslblo GRADD.
Tho Gates Alar PHELPS.
Pcoplo YTou Know ADA.
The Silent Maid PANGnORN.
Colonial Dames & Wives EARLE.
The Career Triumphant BOONE,
Our 50-cent tabic contains Tho Virginian,
Tho Conqueror and many othor popular
164 MAIN ST. .
is'cw an'i wlrKfint In nil ILo appointment. I
M rora, pluclo. or an suite. 61 room wltb
I They act like Exercise. I)
" " Salt Lake City, Utah. I
November 14, 1904.
IBTo Whom It May Concern: j
The Merchants' Protec- !
tlve Association paid me j
some money today on an j
old claim that had been j
dne and owing to me since j
1885. I had been trying j
for eighteen years to col- I
lect this money. After j
every effort had failed this !
association sncceeded. i
iV I take pleasure in recom- j
mending them to everyone j
who has bad debts that t
H they want collected. The
I difference between this association and all collecting i
t agencies that I have ever had business with hereto-
fore is that they never quit, and some people don't
like them. ,
Yours very respectfully, f
Merchant Tailor, 122 Main St.
j Merchants' Protective Association j
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts.
FRANCIS G. LUJCB, General Man- OD FlGOr Commorciffll
ager. Top Floor Commercial Block. - ,
"Some People Don't Like Us." SlOCtt.
.umiLiTrim.ffcjiH, .m.7" iarariKT7afWn,irty.'iiT.rk-".Vi.v (-iVi.l.'.'r- j.. .'-J-afsa i
TELLS THE TRUTH I
IN PICTURE (& TEXT
AND THE WEST
There lo not a dull page in Sunset p
Magazine. It is full of "W'setern rigor, y
and glve9 nearly 200 pages each month t
tot Industrial Articles and Studies
Scenic Sketches, Western Stories, Bright p
ra Pooms, and a profusion of fine half-
$ tone Illustrations. If you want to knor F?
! about tho Great Weet, read SanieL K
$ l a Year. 1 0 Conts a Copy R
k SOLD EVERYWHERE 1
j 4 MONTGOMERY ST., SAW FMCISC0, CAL. J
I This week we are sell- 2
mg a $7.50 Cut, Glass I
Bowl for $3.?5. If I
you don't, believo it I
try and duplicate it for I ,
$230. . I
Phone 65 for ths cor-
ALT LAKE. CJTYl
p Economy in f
I Feeding Stock. X
f Every .stockman of courso knov,"s
X that some anlmaia Just as aonlo i
k men cat twlco as miicli :ih others
without any corresponding Incrcoau ;
. ln weight or energy. Tho dlfTerence 1
I Is largely a matter of assimilation.
8co that your horsea and catilo s
i digest and asslmllato perfectly all g
Ji they cnL You will save money by
S dolnf? 1U Tho way to Insure this
J 13 to feed our UTAH N A CONDI- g
j TIONT POWDER. It aide dlgeatlon 'J
and tones up all tho orga.s
5 j-p.ice 23C a pour). j
I Dayton Drag Co. j
...wijiuw.vj.r.7'.i,Hinii 1,1 i ,, jj'H-uu- wro
1 Ji good Dinner I
Becomes excellent when served on 1
I a table set with I
; It looks like sterling. Is better ;
i than triple plate, and lasts a life-
SPECIAL, SALE FOR THIS ;
; WEEIC f
! JW0. DAYNES & SONS :
26 Main St. '
if c'v-'' tt'' vv.v Fl?MiKJ7
I puts a piano In I
I your home.
1 10 is all wo oak as th first
. i payment on a $260 Piano, and IB i
U por month thereafter pay the i
balance. Thlo Piano, the Rm- ;
brandt, 1b a beautiful Instrument,
fully guaranteed for ten years.
i EVERETT DEAXiERfl. C
h Carstensen & Ansn Co. ?
S (Ineorporatcd.J i
J Tjiaplo of Muula
I ..74 MAIN STREET..
8ucc(Boro to Uuyn j
! E5TABLi5HED IS6-. S 1 l
one, price: to all neverindersold I ! 1 H
Just to Supply Every Housekeeper in Salt Lake '! I
j wit'ii a I
WE WILL PLACE ON SALE TODAY. I H
At 88c a Dozen. At $1.10 a Dozen. j ; I
H 100 dozen All Linen Damask Nap- 3 lots of German Damask Napkins, 6 1 j
P kins, 18 and 20-lnch size, they are IS, 20 and 2L-Inch square. They are fi
f reduced frqm $1.35. reduced from 51.75. B '
At $1.58 a Dozen, At $1.92 a Bozen. I I I
80 dozen All Linen Silver Bleachea 50 dozen' EXTRA IIEAVT ALL , ''
Napkins, 20-lnch size. Worth $2.2o. ltneN NAPKINS, Irish and Ger- fM
I man makes, 20. 22 and sizes, re- , f IH
At $2.45 a Dozen
i CO dozen of 33.C0 Napkins ln either Af ) A 7k 1VX 9
1 20-inch. 22-Inch or size. Irish m r!t U WVZ.LII. ;
; or German makes. we'll sell today our entire lino of 1 j IH
M.FO Napkins, a IH
1 REDUCED TO jH
$3.70 a Bozen. ' ' At $4.25 a Dozen, j
' ' J Tou 11 buy today tho banner Napkins l ' IH
Ail Napkins usually sold at $5.00. j of them all, worth 0.00. 1 jH
f Sail Ut Brewing oipaifil
; j I ficw Branfl or Br (
. I Being of aBuperlor quality, le rapidlyrtaMng- J
(Mitffejv t0 place of Eastern importations. At tk
CTJiff' sane price as our otiic? brands. TryJt.' I
I JlfSK 1 SENTTJCK.Y LIQUOR- CO., v ! IH
IRliS?rW I Keoldent EctaU Affcnts; ; j
j' Telephone 231. I '
I .P-J. ii.-.'-xjLUiJj--v,l.-JLtuir.33ZJULIIIllllfll I I 'll hllill tmn.il, '.in.irn vri i-m.'- i&7?F?S1&rs&
SK ur Thanksgiving Shoe Feast be-
M 'LI ins Monday, tho 21st, for the week.
' EVERYBODY INVITED. I 1
IA Shoe Feast in Reality. A special bill for the -week. , 1
Men's Special Box Calf Blu., S2.95. 1
Indies' Special Fosters, S3.00 and S4.00. W
TTe MOORE SHOE CO. ' . I
TUi'U'Hi' " iiitu.n.- wrgaMl.,i.u. l I .11. '.MIJ-JJ.'ll. IH'm TO.' H
OAWI Ml IX .AND i
O&LHiV I SUTTER
Fancy Pasteurized Butter. It costs more than other brands, but j J
those wanting somethlnc extra should set It Your grocer can get It
i Faost resiBiery & Susppiy So. j
J li i in' "I Ml IH
HALL'S CANKER AND DIPHTHERIA REMEDY
For iho Mouth. Throat, -a VJfVPP Fflll;-- For Solo by AH DruKElat I
Stomach nnd Bowela neVer rai,s' nd Gonoral Stores JM
NELDliN-JUDSON DKUG C0n General Agent. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH j-