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TfiESDAY MOBNIG PKCEMBFK 20, 1904. TTTTC ft ATjT XjAKE TKJJBU1STE. PAGElrrW
If Of INTEREST TO WOMEN
BY OTHO B. SENGA.
nnJ riul and gorgeous Chrlst-
15 tie-inJoof thereat
ill &u' .n & Joyce. All day a con-
rnSS,ronS of small admirers
fffai : mnlcenco and re5la
feisri at ii u
& fltnS" clad nnd full of joyous
i iCirf? rjc"hijren In comfortless rags
ChrlsK only by the sight of
w -nr othcre. stood side by sldo
! W'Sith Bp eyes at tho be
of costly gifts and brll-
riffof twelve or fourteen, with
I3, tffrallv old and sharp, unsmiling
cDS examined the tree in si
ft tfSn down, from sldo to side.
fefe emSff?t the back." sho
Jifputtcrtd, half longingly, half
mii Her brief experience had al
weblW Her m aI1(1 falsty
.nr cllttcrlne things. She stepped
M intS the vestibule where she could
irt of the treo away from the
Sf Tsuldcn Joy flashed into her
frc tmo-thnt tree Is true." sho whls
ijtrly, "tho back is as good as tho
vllatcd an instant and then raised
,fusMi hands beseechingly.
she cried, "send me a trco for
dieter.8 longing made her volco
rJr Imperative and the first word
SWtly on the ear of a rlchly
JjTOiiaff lady who was passing close
mustn't 6wcar, child!" sho o.-;-J
t n't swearing." tho girl answered
fcjr"Vilhout resentment; "I was pray-
Ir'i tree for Tommy."
wleranl carriage waited at tho curb
lultc young ladv stepped to the sldo
? footman threw open the door.
ttxi for an Instant, as if thinking,
jr turning quickly she went back
5tvvfcstlb'ulc vrhcro the child was still
yani Hay Fever Cured;
Ktrn,y marvolou9 euros or Asthma
JWJ "e being effected by Dr. Scb.lfN
lbma Curo ccrtDlnly call lof
;XF''L' TayIor' oi Washburn, 111.,
L, 7 ylr3 ago my wife used
J ?Jaf3 of your Asthma Cure
Frd,tcd !n a Permanent curo."
vi&rrfrsufrer?r writes: "I have
inemc luinlcr evcry year.
lPe5KJ- USu,U your Asthma Cure
SaW-Jtcnrca my C0UBU
Jlftfft,,llcs- shall recom.
IMk by aif LaluBsburir. Mich.
Jinn., for a free trlaJ
UWfell. k When the baby
ne'jfc hlm M?,:,?6 aby well by
JiqBfr. p hil happy row ctrne
tiofpi.V- A6k the mothcrsUof
"Will you come with me a minuto? Out
of tho crowd," sho added hastily, as tho
girl faced her with surprised eye's and an
unchlld-llkc, repelling look on her thin
"Will you step Into the carriage? Please
do. I want you to toll mo something and
It Is so very cold"
Tho girl seated herself on the luxurious
cushions, tho young lndy followed and tho
Inwardly disgusted footman closed tho
"Will you toll mo your namo and where
you live?" the lady questioned gently.
The child regarded her earnestly.
"Depends on who you arc and what you
want. You ain't a charity worker nor a
Tho young lady smiled undcratandlngly.
My name is Margaret Stanhope and I
live on Commonwealth avenue. You you
spoko of Tommy t"
The girl's faco softened.
"Yes, he's my brother. My name is
Magglo Taylor and I Hvo on Burnham
street," adding with a return of her for
mer manner, "but it ain't a slum street
and I don't want no charity."
Miss Stojiliopo smiled radiantly.
"But I do, Maggie; I am so glad our
names arc the same. I need Just what you
do not charity. Tell mo something about
Tommy." Sho lingered lovingly over tho
namo. "Why did you pray for a treo Xor
"Because he's sick. IIo'g only twelve,
and ho works In an office, and his boss Is
away, and Tommy took sick after he'd
gone. Tommy feels sure that If he was
hero he'd send his wages to him Just tho
same, for he's a good bos and awfully
kind to everybody, but the other man his
pardner is different."
"Maggie." said Miss Stanhope earnestly.
"I wish you'd help me to have a happy
Christmas. I am all alone In tho world,
without anyono to caro for mo, and I
want to do something for somo one for
cause six months ago I did a wrong nnd
cruel thing to some one by that namo. It
would help make my Christmas happy If
you would let me arrange a trco for vour
Tommy. Will you?"
The girl drew a long breath.
"It ain't charity'"' sho naked doubtfully.
JMt ' :w.r:wBisif.JAMrvv,fcL.:iiL'J
Li John A Marshall and Miss Klrk
Irfci yesterday issued Invitations for
fstftion on Monday, January 2, to
it JK Winston and Mrs. Ackland
ti. bo arc passing the holidays with
b fjxily In this city. The reception
B t riven at the Marshall homo on
h Eist street from 5 to S o'clock and
D te the Important event of the New
b. ial Mrj J R. Walker delightfully
L-uirJd Sunday evening at tea In hon
t! Mks Emily Read and Mr. Hager.
b ilcCrath was the hostess last even
il aa Informal gathering In their
;,ilJirs. S. F Fenton have returned
in trip through the East.
tx David Moore Lindsay wa9 wel
V!J sal heme yesterday after a stay of
fttl contha abroad. Mrs. Lindsay Is a
it livDrttc socially and her absence
Uta noticed by a largo circle of
n tel Miss Leary are back from
. . .
rtiiis arc congratulating former Miss
tfc McAllister tho well-known musl
i. "3 A. E. Hadley of the Oregon
el Uiii upon their recent marriage
it irc it home to many friends at &5t
PiWttt Temple street.
tsi Etu Schultz Is home from Now
fSE. Mgus got back from the East
HUjtys1113 returned from colleEc for
jSafTcuiig Mcn'3 Republican club com
JPf J ""J at work toward completing
Bf-ictr'ts for the Inaugural ball.
frAC s,,arly entertained Informal-
jMB.and MIhs Clarke of the
mr.vj J u5J' company are at Mrs.
!tW 4 Soulh -Ialn- a few days.
JhSL11!1!' T"rner. "United States army,
51fir0n, Dol8 for a couple of days
Jr welcomed by old friends.
;"Mfat?.SLSc1001 Alumni association
?m, !,'?0n(1 or 'ta series of meetings
f"iirt "nbly room of the west
JRKhoolRev. William M. Paden
will entertain members of tho association
and their friends with a talk on tho sub
ject of "Books." and musical number will
be given by Mrs. A. D. Melvln and Mrs.
A. A. Kerr. Samples of the suggested
alumni pins aro to be selected from, and
It Is urged that no member miss this meet
ing, which Is sure to bo one of the most
delightful, as It is ono of tho most import
ant of tho series.
Miss Edith Gllman of Boise. Ida., will
bo the guest of Mrs. Thomas Nipper this
Mrs. John Heed, who has been tho guest
of Mrs. A. G. Andrews for the past threo
weeks, loaves today for her Denver homo,
much to the regret of her many Salt Lake
friends, Mrs. Reed will always bo suro
of a most cordial welcome here, and her
friends will be glad to know that she an
ticipates spending a part of tho coming
summer in Salt Lake.
GRACE RAM BY STEAM.
Insane Patient Imagines Himself to
Be a Locomotive.
"Toot! Toot! Look out! Tho signal's
up," cried, George Graco cheerily. Then
ho kicked' County Jailer Stout in the
stomach. Graco things ho Is a Southern
Paclllc locomotive, and wants to run over
people. Ho was '.found choo, choplng
about the Rio Grando Western yards
early yesterday morning. He had nearly
collided with a switch englno when tho
night watchman aaw him on hla'knoos be
side the track busy packing one of his
When Patrolman Sclgfus arrived Graco
was fired up again and under a full head
of steam. Tho officers blocked tho track
just as he was making a llylng switch,
and the Inevitable collision put the human
locomotlvo into the ditch. While the po
lice were busy very much after the man
ner of a wrecking train. Graco opened
tho throttle and his right piston went
wild, catching Selgfus In the eye. He was
shut off with some difficulty and side
tracked to the county jail. He was put In
a padded cell and made things lively dur
ing the night. Yesterday afternoon ho
was examined-as to his sanity and com
mitted to Provo. ,
During tho examination County Physi
cian Mavo asked Grace whether he Know
Benner X. Smith, who was standing
modestly In the background.
"Do I know him." shrieked the human
locomotive, "sure. I know him. Ho used
to sell peanuts and candy on the Southern
Pacific. Look out! Toot! Toot!" nnd ho
started undor full head of steam for tho
prosecuting attorney, who managed to
cludo )dm with some difficulty.
ARTILLERY. FOR MILITIA.
Equipment of National Guard to Bo
Improved by Congress.
CHICAGO, Dec. 19 Militiamen of
the United Slates are to be provided
with the most modern type of artillery
and drilled in its use until they ap
proach lu proficiency the West Point
graduates, according to Congressman
J. A. T. Hull of Dcs Moines, lu.. who
stopped here on his way to Washington.
Mr. Hull is chairman of the House
Committee on Military Affairs.
"While a retrenchment will be made
In the regular army," said Mr. Hull,
"there Is a disposition on tho part of
the House Military committee to Im
prove the equipment of the National
Guard, for It Is upon that brunch of the
service that the Nation must depend In
the event of any war.
"The militia will have the highest
type of field guns and be given Instruc
tions by capable artillery officers of
the regular army."
Appointed Mining Commissioner.
PORTLAND, Or.r Dec. 19. Col. David
T Day of St. Louis has boon appointed
mining commisslonor for tho Lewis nnd
Clark fair, and will bring to Portland a
largo collection of minerals displayed nt
the Louisiana Purchiise exposition which,
at the close of that cxiositlon. was do
nated to the Geological museum at Wush
"Not to you nor to Tommy," answered
Miss Stanhope Joyously, "but it will be
"For Tommy's sake," murmured tho
"For Tom's Bako," echoed Miss Stan
The unbending footman was still moro
disgusted when ho was directed to make
another round of the stores nnd his bear
ing was nbttolutoly frigid when he was re
quired to carry a most unbecoming load
of bundles up tho stairs to the. little homo
on Burnham street. That tho Indignity
of a good sized tree was lnld upon Milm
also required the concentration of all his
thoughts upon tho generous wages Miss
Stanhope paid to enable him to endure tho
"I keep house for father and Tommy."
whispered Maggie, leading the way
"Tommy's In the kitchen I left him there
In tho big chair 'causo it's warmer. Wo'll
take all theso things In here" opening the
door of a neat sitting-room "and, when
wo get tho treo fixed I'll push him in In
Surely, never before was a tree so
quickly made to blossom and bring forth
fruit, nnd it was a "true" tree, with gifts
on overy side.
Magglo eurvoyed It with Jovful pride,
her thin face losing Its careworn look and
becoming almost child-like with the Hush
of happy excitement.
"Miss Stanhope." she Whispered posi
tively, "prayers aro answered I know it
"Always In tho way Ho thinks best,"
nnswercd Miss Stanhopo earnestly, adding
In her heart, "Lord, I believe help thou
"I'll bring Tommy In now." Maggie said,
and went aftTtly out to tho kitchen.
Sho returned almost Immediately.
"His boss Is there," Bhe exclaimed ex
citedly, "ho got back yesterday. Ain't ho
awfully good to como so soon to see Tom
my? Tommy looks better already! Tho
boss'll push him In."
They both turned toward tho door as
It was opened and a big armchair with the
sick boy In It waa pushed carefully over
the threshold. .
MJss Stanhopo gave ono look at the tall
man behind tho chair and started for
ward. '."r,h,,s. Is Tommy's boss," began Maggie,
mindful of hnr duties as hostess, but tho
greeting of her two guests quite discon
certed her, for "Tommy's boss" caught
tlw aristocratic Miss Stanhope In a close
embrace, while Miss Stanhono cried peni
tently. "Oh. Tom, Tom. I have been so
sorry nnd I have wanted you so1"
Mt. Itforiah Installs Officers.
At a special meeting of Mt. Morlah
lodgo No. 2, JP. and A. M.. last night, tho
following officers wore Installed for the
ensuing year by Grand Master R. L.
Master, William M. Rash; senior
warden, A. II. Peabody; junior warden.
Charles A. Larldge; treasurer, Charles J.
HIgson; secretary, Christopher Dlchl;
chaplain, Gfeorgo C. Hunting; senior
deacon. T. W. PInkerton; Junior deacon.
Georgo Iv. Smith: senior steward, Albert
E. Showell; Junior steward, Louis E
Kahn. organist, A. Scott Chapman; tyler
We have a large selection of all the
popular and leading odors both foreign
and domestic, In bulk and fancy pack
ages. Hill Drug Co.
Order of Removal Revoked.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19 Judgo Baker
of the Supreme court of New Mexico, who
recently was removed from office by tho
President, has received by tho President
and the Department of Justice a full hear
ing, tho result being a revocation of tho
order of removal.
-v. Wi th burning,
& itching, scaling
yr crusted humors,
kg instantly relieved
v, uSSn J andspccdilycured
. 3 by warm baths
SOAP and gentle applications of
CUTICURA OINTMENT, the great
Skin Cure, when all else fails.
! PERFUME j
A Beautiful Gift. !
i Always Acceptable. j
Handsomely Packed. !
' A Wonderful Variety. ;
j AWTD EVERY PRICE FROM j
25c TO $25 THE BOTTLE. ;
Huyler's and Lowney's Can- ,
dy in Xmas packnges,
WHERE THE CARS STOP
THE GREAT PRESCRIPTION jj
! DRUG STORE. J
Wo gtt them in all styles
75c TO S5.00.
OPEN NIGHTS TILL CHRISTMAS.
BEN DAVIS, Pres. AARON LEVITT,
Secy, nnd Trens.
238 and 240 Main Stf Both 'Phones
60" West 2na South St ?el- 729'
Tho BREEDEH OFFICE SUPPLY CO-- .
Typewriters.- Filing Cabinets.-, Ledgers:-Paper.
I YHLMBLE. I
it Cut this out and paste in your t&
E hat. It will hHp you ln sclcctlng
l Christmas Presents.
m A Carpot Swcopcr, A Food m
m Chopper. A Double Roaster, A
wj Sot ot SUvcit Knives. Forks or gS
H Spoons, A Manicure Sot. A Hfi
Scissor Set, A Carving Sot, ASBj
Shaving Sot, A Pocket-Knlfo. A ffo.
Pair of Skates, A Sled, A Tool ffe
!S Box. A Wagon. A "Wheelbarrow. i
& A Velocipede, An Air Gun, A
j2J Chafing Dish. A Five O ClockKfr
c Tea, A Marlon Harland, A Re
ft Meteor Percolator, A Hamilton. l
i A Brass Coal Hod, A Brass Coal i&j
Vase, and a great many other 3
2j thlng3 at the Old Reliable. Kl
Iking "hardware I
I & STOVE CO. 1
H i58 MAIN STREET
II Fono m
? ll ffiP&q - proof nag t
! ' 13' S APE R ACKER
1 Don't worry tho man whoso ?
2 money la deposited with tho r
& SAVINGS BANK.
j You can send It by mall. j
j OUR GREAT I
FORCED TO MOVE j
" Of Pianos. Organs, Small Tnatru- ?
b mento. Sheet Muslo, Talking Ma- S
V chlneB, Records, etc, now bolng f
oold at unheard of prices.
; ' 1 j
i COME IN" TODAY. i
f Car5tensen& Anson Co. $
I (Incorporated.) )
V Temple of Muolo.
74 MAIN STREET j
Succotora to Daynoa Muolo Co,
Forced Sale ! j
We must raise $15,000 on our otocl: :
of "v"atche3, Clocks, Jewelry and i
Prices smashed to pieces.
I Wo are selling 1S47 Rogers Broa. :
! Knives and Forks
$3.25 Per Set
JrM DAYNES & SONS :
I . 6 Main St. ?
Tr-r-irnmimL mm. i iibs;
. Seven Beautiful Christnias Books. I
! Out to Old Aunt Mary's. Rllo7....?3.W I
Ixvo Finds Tho Way. Ford 2.00 ;
1 An Old awoctheaxt of Mine. Rlloy. 2.00 j
: ICltty of the Rosoo. Barbour 2 00 f
Dolly Dialogues. Hop 2.60 6
The pay of tho Dog, McCutcheon. 2G f
. This. Is For You. Lord .....llOi
: We 'aro closing out pictures at less t
2 than coat t
I Seven Best Books of Fiction. J
The Masquerador, Thurston H.E0 f,
. Tho Sea Wolf. London 1.60
JThe Prodigal Son. Calno 1.B0
Tho Undercurrent, Grant 1.C0
Tho Bishop's Carriage. Mloholnon. 1.J0
V Inddor of Swordo, Parker 1.E0
; A Dog's Tale, Twain I CO
I ' Navaio Indian Rugu at 1-3 off until
Seven Big Young Peoplo's Books, j
Tho Affair at tho Inn. Wlggln... .$1 23
Jewol Story Book. Burnham . 1 60 ,
Daughters of tho Rovolutlon,
On Your Mark. Barbour 1 50
Jack In tho Rockies, Orlnnoll 1.E0 i
Monarch. Scton 1.35
i Tho Story of tho Traper, Laut.... l.0
25 per cent off on Bibles until Christ
mas. I Bargain Book Tables In each depart-
! Our ."55c and 60c Juvenile Bargain Ta- t
; bios contain books by lcott, Ilenty,
Alger, Laura Richards. Kato Wig- s
; gin. Harkaway, Otis and many other '
" noted authors.
! Six Big Juvenile Series. ;
Wizard of Oz. scries, flvo titles... ?1 25 i
Foxy Grandpa, series, eight titles. 75
j Billy Whiskers, srles. threo titles. 1.00 l
t Sunbonnet Bablis Book, 1 20
; Jimmy Crow, oorles. -three tltlos . .73 ;
; Miss Muffct's Christmas Party,
i .. l oo I
f Christmas Boxes of Stationery Up
to 81.25 for 60 Cents Per Box. If
j Boxes Up to 00 Cents at 25 Cents b
: Closing' Out All Toys and Games.
Doll Heads, Movable Eyes, Any- S
thing- in the Houso, 20 Cents. J
; Others at 10 and 15 Cents. g
L Sot of Dickens. Thackeray, Scott. :
Eliot, Shakespeare. Ii-vlng, Twain, '
Hugo, Parkman. Bulwcr, Spencer, :
Johnson, Hume, Mncaulcy, Alabh),
H Prcscott. Richardson, Stownson, ',
! Field or othor standard authors.
2 Standard Dictionary, St. Louis
Fair AVlnnor. J12.00; Wtbstor Un- "
abridged, $3 E0; Bartlett'a Quota
3. Any of tho abovo books we carry 1
0 every book of valuo i
0 1. Any of tho groat poets In cloth or
6. A Watormnn Ideal Fountain Pon.
y (Boworo of the "Just as Good.")
11 0. A Blblo or Pi-ayer Book, Vt off on
(' 7. Loathcr Desk Portfolio. Purso,
j Card Caso, Address Book, Cigar
ii Caso, Pokf.r Sft. Travollng Sot.
1 S - Inkstand. Letter Opener Cork- I
i ncrow, Toast, Collar Box, Smokers' .
A S;t. b
" 9. Calendar, Wall Card. Booklets,
I 10. Games Pitt. Flinch. Chess. Par-
chcsl. Chesslnda, Checkors, Chess,
a Crlbbage, etc
j 11. Scrap Book, Autograph Album,!
Box PaJnt-i, etc.
12. Navajo Indian Rugi Moocaslns,
, 13. Souvenir Vlow Book, etc.
1 64 Main Stret
Utah's Best Flour
1 A Trial OrV;r Solicited. A
I Y0QGLE2 SEED & PRODUCE CO. 1
j ESTABLISHED 'iE6 E
ONE. PRICE TO ALL NEVENDERSOLD I
Our Specials Still Keep up I
j am UEprecedeffltei Eargaira-jp I
1 A Jewelry Sale of Surprising Interest. I
I Tuesday Afternoon, 2 to 5 o'ClocK. I
p 25c EACH. J I
Buys choice of a vast variety of 14-Karat Gold-plated PIN SETS, BREAST '& ll
jffl PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS. BELT BUCKLES, BABY PINS. ETC.. In val- &
!g ucs up to 51.25 each. This sale -will never again have its equal. Take ad-W H
,rj vantage of this opportunity to save considerable on some of your holiday (S H
gulfts. Tuesday, 2 to 5 o'clock only, tr-zf V
ffl you buy them at, each , Stt -Si
s fe H
I Oor Specials for This Evening, 6 to 81 I
t Tuesday Evening, 6 to It's a Sale of -
8 'Clock W 1
I a iwi 9 PiSSow Shams i
A mil Sal: ThUTim3. I
is The like o which you've never fc -ll
k known before. TnQSay Evening, from 6 g
j 49c Each. toSf" I I
For choice of 150 neatly dressed,
g jointed body dolls, with bisque Hemstitched and scalloped French JH
y head, movable eyes and flowing Lawn Pillow Shams, in Irish pofntgr
curls, dolls that are worth up to designs and buttonhole stitched, m H
.j one dollar each, go In this two- finished fine lace Pillow Shams, $ 'H
lioui sale, Just to make the even- regular price .75c, S5c and 51.00, H
V ins lively, ifff- Tuesday from 6V to 3 rAf-vi
.j at, each 4yr o'clock, per pair 54r &
We Are Noh Selling Ouh I
WB ABE HERE TO STAT.
Must raoko room for Spring Goods. tl ilH
' CLOTHING ; I
OVERCOATS j I
Offered at Greatly Reduced Prlcea,
No Id Stock
Everything New I
CHRISTMAS GOODS MUST "BE-SOLD. '
Wo havo everything the hcairt desires.
House Jackets, Bath Robes. Silk Sus- i
penders, Gloves. MufHera, Neckwear,. I
j AJJei$?J ' Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, at ;
POULTON, MADSEN, OWEN & CO. I I
"Where the Clothes Fit," 111-113 Main street.
i ' i i i ii r - i - i 1
CoSleclioos -J;Collec!ions 1 I
I Collections m Collections. I I
j Collections .S; CoiSee!s I I
I Let "Put" I '"Pot 1 I
; Nov lu . the time to -gctwtnat'0lLaccount'-0Efj7our books. Of oc xso, W
you want to place them Tvlth th b'est Arm. Therxi one otlhtt- coi- w
z. leotorts but w-e bellove wo. can handle your collections ,JU3t a ,ttl& m ''IH
S bettor; ns we luvtt two branch arid fifty, tKTOclte offices. (Cora5i-4- l H
: pondoats throughout the clVlllrod world. $
I REP0RTBN6 MiNGY, i
i W. BBNJ. PUTNAM, Manager. 207 to 210 Atlsgr Blocto ij
5: Both 'Phones 212. " LET "PTjCO:iLECT IT.
K Each dead account represents a certain amount of YOUR oapital 1 jH
pi out of use. Throw this back into your business by letting "Put" col- i
I loct '
CJ , til
"ii R H
"in her with gifts, if sho respect not words; V
4 Dumb jewels often in their silent kind,
Moro quick than words do move a woman's mind. , M
I . SHAEESPEAHE. 1
:l HALL'S CANKEANjjraTHERlA REMEDY j I
For the Mouth. Throat. jIpViP FjmI? For Eal by AU 6ruglBU 'H
Stomach and Bowels INCVCr lTilia- General HtoreB ,
NELDEN-JUDSON DRUG CO,, General Agent SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH