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IDAT DECEMBER 22' 190- ' THE SALT LAKE TfaBUlNE. pagefiv '
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If OF INTEREST TO WOMEH j
f0WlJR FOR LUNCH
ilj BY TEMPLE BAILEY.
.c.i br Tcmplo Bailey.)
!L' e over iho keys of
fcen Sew wns a sharp
'w bf a w a rtlo case and
''"SrMln odd corners a
Sl!3ofa WauBar bowl.
If ffon the other sldo
'ySdScK 'nhl.cha.r and
mV ta nr'sldiiip over a homo
SWStf,9'lnstc.iJ of ono In an
W tho day-" interjected
Sn mPQSured the tea. ,
think about It "
jaTtaW 1 narcy, chief clerk In
lDh!ch Jcanettc Melton
Sfelv'SSout It." saM Jonnette
rJ ?Sna dav when tho proper
rVacro.s my horizon. I'll
tits acio.a ; y
my Proper sphere1 and
Eai rtS flJcohol lamp under her
"ftS to the window for
feffiound and looked at her
rfyn't mean that," ho said
LrSur' asked Jeanett calm
ra&iat rou , an(3
EVklD tho next Now, what do
tf to wait for the kettlo to
'gd her teasing gray cye3 on
,xwhat I mean. Jcancttc " he
1 Atfl want you to leave hero
ir" reaJy,,to come to mc a- my
fJ'you want mc to tinns-
Sing from the office to a
Tismuch nicer this way. lou
llbrf of mo if, wo were mar
to how dreadful that would
Ujou get tired of mc you can
V lypeCTlter but you could n t )
L-m" he said bitterly. "I am
ino don't want to marry Poor
ISbM. "but If I loved-" and
ri-iti-J as the door opened and
j wW of tho firm looked In.
ver Had to Finish
rse and a two-seated
rcet In spasms for a
s driving down the
jthcr woman on the
of them. Then the
rlEht In the mlddlo
Home women have a
drayman behind be
icstly. Then a de
hls front feet Into
opped as though air
m Just when he ben
ign he were going to
yman s assistants In
i But the .women In
us to this,
y Interesllnc moment
i and the clatter of
a block away. Unt
around the corner
rd the little log Jam
the stream of traffic,
bad nbout tho Jones
on the back seat of
to the woman on tho
I half a dozen voices
et that horse to the
an was whlto faced
and come up soon
on the fldewol wus
s was almost to tho
: now Two or three
and were making a
A d zen others wero
ons from excitement,
wishing -.ic'd be.-n
The dehverv boy was
Irlver looked over her
s.' she said abstract
moyed tone. "'What
lnlshed the bljr aerial
e been tmrlnz the
ind tho enclne behind
Uterod remains of the
no providence has a
watching: over such
n't happen. The fire
bulldmcr several doors
the apparatus didn't
o women In tl-o open
ilr conversation with
lewalk and the dray
toy, who finally ro
3 of nerves the ex
theni, drove out and
UOF SPIRIT SOCIETY. .
45 Alimony Against Head of
ft" love Organization.
i?i,Dec- -J'-Jacob Bellhuri.
W lrltFrult clety. the al
community located near
ued byhla wife. Louise
and i rees -Abandonment
:S?tK ShMvtn- aUpglng
H 5 r" t0 lhe support of
C i?ra0Irt,y 18 valued at
feUcyraV?11?.3' nnd ie wife
i 17 remaining fol
ffind leave for Chl
feft,fMro,n there B
t miles inr.l C0Untj'
feZk C0C hls Phonal
J?toUkeaeM , hlm 10 answer
MR 1 httl Sln toi alimony. The
.ggblds lUm fare-
jHI 1 11 1 anclconstitu-
rHUJ nient for every
mtcr f humor from
msJ nuy nov
S efor one dollar.
J . -1linJor Partner was young, rather
Hoi- dly handsome, and very well pleased
"Oh. put that away." he said, as he
saw the ica arrangements, "and come out
for lunch with me."
But Jeanetto shook her head. "Don't
ask me," she pleaded, "just think what
I snail miss," and she laughed as she
named them. "A chicken sandwich, a
slice of homo-made cako nnd tea rav xvri
tea home browed." and she Hushed a
blight trlanco across at Francis, who sat
tapping his foot glocmllv.
ltut the eagerness of iho Junior partner
was only Increased by her refusal
"You shall have a bird, and salad, and
a souflle." he' said, "nnd wine. If you
Dnrcy clenched his hand, but tho Jun
ior partner heeded nlm no more than tno
fly which erawlod on tho wall. He want
ed Miss Molton to lunch with him. She
was fair and sweet, and pretty, by Jove,
as pretty as any girl in his own set:
"Come." he pleaded.
Jcanetto glanced townrds Darcy, and
mot In his faco only sternness. If ho
had but known that she wished to re
fuso; that she would rather drink a cup
of tea with him. than have all tho fino
lunches In Christendom. But ho did not
know, and sho, missing tho oympathy
that she had looked for, said yes to tho
Darcy sat alone, therefore and ato a
A' regular business meeting of the La
dles' Aid society of the First Baptist
church will bp hnld In the homo of Mru.
W. C. Hall. C7S Brlgham streot. this af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. It Is hoptfd that a
large number, members particularly, will
be present, as very Important business Is
to be transacted.
Roger Sherman arrived homo from Yale
Athol Rawlins and Alex Thomas will
be home for the holidays.
Miss Mathls of California, who has
many friends locally. Is tho ,fniest of
Mrs Eugene Lewis and yesterday after
noon Mrs. Lewis entertained Informally
In honor of her guest.
Idlss' Mary Liddlo of San Joso Is hero
for the marriage of Miss Israel and Mr
F.hljrt and la at homo to friends at 10)
East Sixth South.
"William J Mclntyru Is still In the East
and will not bo homo tor Christmas.
Dr. Shirley "Webber Is at home for the
The music section of the Ladles' Liter
ary club will postpone its meeting until
this first "Wednesday In January.
Mrs E. E Calvin and Miss Nollle Cal
vin arrlvod yesterday afternoon and aro
at the ICenyon ...
Mrs D. C Elchnor and children will
apend tho holidays with friends at Logan.
H. II. Park will arrive from Nowhouso
on Saturday to spend the Christmas holl
dav8 with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh
park- , ...
The Christmas entertainment at the
free kindergarten vll bo given this ; ui
In the cenTng instead Of In the mornln,,
ns has been the custom filnco the kinder
gartcn was tlrat organized. An ntorest
lng programme has been arranJt"d
chTldron and parents alike arc looking
forward with pleasure to tho fcatlUtles.
A. II. Mayno returns to the city today
from' Goldficld to spend tho holidays with
his family here. Ills brother, G. L.
Mavne, nrrlvea today also, from Chnnute,
Kan. 9 . .
MJhs Mubcl Bauin will bo hero for a
1 abort visit early la January, on nor was
part of his lunch. h-T did not drink his
lea for he could not touch the prottv
cup shD had offered him dally with so
much grace. Ho stared at the blank wall
nnd Imngined Jcanetto In tho softly
lighted dining-room of tho great hotel.
Ho knew tho Junior partner vould take
her to a fashionable place. That was
one thing In his favor ho was not
ashamed to bo scon with his typewriter,
put it was tho first time that Jeanotto
"And It won't bo the last." groaned
poor Darcy with his head on his desk.
"Ye3 It wfll," said. a soft volco behind
him, and he whirled around to seo Jea
nctte, all smiles !ind blushes, fresh as a
"Ho asked mc to marry him," sho said
without further remark.
Darcy's hsad dropped down on his desk.
Then In tho stillness came the "cllckety,
cllckety-cllck" of Jeanetto's typowrlter.
Darcy raised his head and picked up his
pencil desperately. He might as well be
gin. Saxno old routine, samo old work,
same old struggle, and now Jcanetto
would be out of It, whirled Into a gay
life by the riches of the Junior partner,
nnd ho would be alone alone. I
The typewriter was silent, and ho heard
tho whirr of paper being pulled .out, nnd
then Miss Melton's t'tep as sho crossed
the room. Sho laid a j.hect of paper In
front of him. On It was neatly typed,
"But I refused him."
Darcy caught both of her hands In his.
"Oh, Jeanclte, Jcanctle'" he cried rap
turously. "Why did you do It? Why
did you refuse a rich mun Hko that?"
"Because " vnid Jcanecto demurely,
"I'd rather mako your tea."
"At tho offico or In our homo, dear?"
"Both." said little Jcanetto.
Under the happiest auspices Miss Emily
Read was last'evcnlng married to Albert
Ralph Hagor. There ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Elmer I. Goshen of
tho First Congregational church at the
rcsldenco of Gov. nnd Mrs. Hcber M.
Wells, tho brldo bclnc a niece of Utah's
executive and one of tho bright young
girls of socloty. Christen6on-s orchestra
furnished the music and at 7:30 o'clock,
to tho evor-famlllar strains of tho wed
ding march, tho bridal party entered, the
bride being given away by her father.
Charles Read. The orchestra played soft
ly whllo the Imprcsslvo words wore being
spoken by the minister, and at the con
clusion ended In a burst of music, Where
tho bridal party stood was almost Hko a
grotto of greens, the curtains being
docked with preens nnd a canopy being
formed overhead. From this hung a
red Christmas bell and holly and mistle
toe could be seen In every corner. The
same Idea pervaded the room, which was
very pretty, and here the guests wero re
ceived for the reception following. Gov.
ana Mrs. Wells assisted In welcoming tho
guests, and others assisting were tho
Misses McGrath. Kinney. Salisbury,
Sherman, Laura Sherman, KIrkpatrlck.
Mose KIrkpatrlck. Miller, Margie Miller.
McMillan. Judge. Geddcs and other girl
friends of the bride. Punch was served
in the library and here. too. the holly
idea of decoration predominated.
Tho dining-room wns especially pretty.
Tho centcr-pleee of tho table was a largo
wreath of holly, with Its red berries, set
upon a circular mirror. From the center
aroe a silver candelabra. The wreath
was lied with a largo bow of white satin
ribbon nnd at each of the four corners
stood a allvcr candle-stick, with burning
taper, shaded In red.
Some hundred or more old friends wore
there to greet the bride and Kroom and
wish them a safe Journey to their far
away home In the Philippines. The brldo
looked unusually pretty In a becoming
nnd stylishly made town of white chif
fon, with valenclenhes lace. Sho carried
a shower bouquet of brldo roses and lilies
of tho valley.
Amid much fun a health was given to
the bride and groom later, and amid a
shower of rice and old shoes .they left for
th6 station. After a stay of somo days
In San Francisco, they will sail on tho
2Sih for Mnnlla. whore the groom, for
merly of the high school faculty. Is en
gaged In educational work.
Invitations have been issued by Mrs.
Arthur IL Sumner Bird and Miss McCor
nlck for a reception on December 2G from
5 to 7 at the McCornlck home, No. 1 Capi
The cotillion will bo dnnced at 11 o'clock,
following the bal masque to be given by
Cuptaln and Mrs. Sturgls. Captain and
Mrs. Woodward and Captain and Mrs.
Jnmcrson In the post hall, Fort Douglas,
Miss Mary, Louise Anderson will reach
homo todav, and her many friends will
be glad to welcome her back, as three
months Is entirely loo long for her to
to Palo Alto. Whllo hero Mlso Baum will
be tho guest of Miss Sarah Reed Park.
Ben Harris has returned from tho Uni
versity of Michigan to' spend tho holidays
with his parents.
Mrs. A. J. Hosmer has been called to
her old homo In Michigan by tho serious
Illness of her father.
Mlsfl Ruth B. Copp will be welcomed
homo next week by a large clrclo of
It is a companion in pleas
ure or misery, one or the
other; and some of us don't
know one from the other.
I THE SAFE CRACKER
Don't worry tho man whose
f money is deposited with the ;
I UTAH COMMERCIAL :
l & SAVINGS BANK. :
i You can send It by mall i
i FORCED TO HWVE
I SALE j
$ Of Planoe, Organs, Small Instru-
ments, 9heot Music, Talking Mo-
if chines. Records, etc., now being V,
i sold at unheard of prlcoa. g
; EVERYTHING GOES.
A COME IN TODAY.
Carsten$en& Anson Co.
Tomplo of Nuslo. i
I 74 MAIN STREET S
U Suoceaoru to Dayneii Muslo Co. ?
forced Sale 1 ;
! We must raise 515,000 on our ntock ;
of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and. .
: Silverware. !
' Prices smashed to pieces.
;i Wo are selling 1S47 Rogers BroB. :
' ' Knives and Forks -
' $3.25 Per Set ;
'Mi. DAYNES & SONS
Established 1SC2. '
i '! 26 Main St. !
f The Moore Shoe Com-
I I pany's'Ad
' j! On another page, will interest
"PH IS M ADMIRABLE TONIC"
SAYS CONGRESSMAN BUNNELL
s Congressman Mark If. Dunnell, In a letter from the National Hotel, s
) Washington, D. C, writes:
"Poruna being1 used by myself and many of my friends and nc- I
quaintancos not only ns'a cure for catarrh, but also as an admirable )
tonic for physical recuperation. I gladly recommend it to all persons (
requiring such remedies." II. H. Dunnell. ;
g) ERUNA is an Ideal remedy to pro
u tect nny one from the ravaces of
winter catarrh, which are liable to be
gin during November.
It cleanses the mucous membranes o
all catarrhal secretions, and allays the
Inflammation resulting from colds.
As a tonic to the mucous membranes
It is unexcelled. Congressman Dunnell
recommends Peruna. Over fifty mem
bers of Congress endorse it. Thousands
of other people scattered all over the
United States and Canada use no other
tonic. A trial will suffice to convince
you that Peruna Is positively necessary
to tho health of the household.
Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.
Ono reason why Peruna has found
permanent use ;n so many homes Is
that It contains no narcotic of any kind.
Peruna Is perfectly harmless. It can
be used any length of time without ac
quiring a drug habit. Peruna does not
produce temporary results. It is per
manent In Its effect.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Ohio. All correspondence hold strictly
Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1905
! ' FOR THE " i
i 111, IN I
J v.- COPTRJCIl'T IWl
'j r 'IT W. C BOTH 1
Tho most beautiful array of Neckwear, in all shapes, and rich i
colorings. Tho new, wide four-in-hand, to be worn with Wing col-
5 lars, seems to be the most popular, 50c, 75c, $100, SI. 50. Tho largo
squares, to tho tiod Ascot style, and the regular Ascot, S1.00, SI. 50, J
j SB.OO, S2.50 and ?3.00. j
, FANCY SUSPENDERS, 75 c to $5.00 n pair. j
j Dent's, Towne's and Perrin's Gloves, SI. 50 to S2.75 a pair. J
1 FANCY HOSIERY, 60c to $3.00 a pair. I
'! Mufflers and Dress Protectors, S1.00 to S4.00.
I Smoking Jackets and Robes, one-third off. i
j jgui. ... .in i w w .i-"r l 1 j in i 1 1 ''I ' r nTr1 wf 1 'iictpwii'i i;
J. WILL GRAY & ERG.
I !53 MAIN-EAST SiDE.
1 UNDER. ELECTRIC SIGN. !
ONE." PRICE. TO ALL NEVERDERSOLD
Announcss .the Folio wmg 'Specials for Ijlj 'is
THIS EVENSNG FROM 7 to 9 O'CLOCK J Mjj
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF HANDSOME I t 1 1 A
s PICTURE PLAGQUES I WW
i Just Arrived I fj J!
; This line Includes Round Picture Plaquey in great variety of subjects, I tij uj'ii
, framed In gilt frames with chain, and a pretty line of handsomely paint- n
ed "Wooden Plaques, in a great variety of subjects. All. go orteale Thurs- I i ' wki
i; day, 7 to 0 o'clock, at the following' prices: I J'J1 (
AVooden Plnoues, choice any style, worth up to COc each. I vb T
at r A j j .
ROUND PLAQUES IN GILT FRAT.IES AVITH CHAIN: M jj' '
Small size, worth 25c each; Thureday'3 sale price, SiT I' ' )l '
i ch j... 76r h j!
' Medium size, with fancy ornamented frame, worth COc, , tCS d','
; :-. 25f .jfjj ,
Large rize, In great variety; hvorth 75c each. Sale price ' (I j
Thursday 1 L !
; Gold Plated Pens in Carved Pearl Holders.-1 m
Every pen perfect. Makes rj useful, neat holiday gtft that v.ill be appro- I 'Ifflfif, i
ted by every boy and girl. They are worth 25c and, 35c each. The Sale I I lilf v
I price, Thursday evening, 7Yto 0 o'clock, each at U j , ;t j I 1
io and 15 1 i.irj j
THURSDAY EVENING. I
FROM 7 TO 0, GENTS' FINE
SOFT FRONT DRESS SHIRTS.
Sizes 14 to 17; all regular 51.00
and $1.25 values. Special for two
hours only, for
Our Shos Dspartm't, t
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22D, i 111'!!' J,'
ONE DAY OIILY: I ffli! f!
GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF 1 ;.! ?i 1J
BOYS' RUBBERS I M
SIzea U to 2, . 4 1 'jtKlfe
j worth COc r..... 4UT ,
I Sizes 2' to G, r-rrf W'H',
worth 70c 5 1 H''n
1 A BARGAIN NEVER BEFORE i U-s
j QFFEPJeD. ; ;V II
j A Great Speck! tor ff 1 m
Two Hours Only A ! j j
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES' -tJS! "j 4 !' i
! LONG KIMONAS, MADE OF THE TM k W?l
FINEST QUALITY CREPE, COMES .?A V V 5
i IN PALE BLUE, CARDINAL, 1
AVHITE, PINK, NA"T AND BLACK, dt& A A Tb 0m jul ! ?! "'j!
; TRIMMED VTLTH. PRETTY PER- H "4 J j jj X
' SIAN BORDER, LIKE ILLUSTRA- liJ y W
I TION; ALL SIZES. VALUES UP T fiMto II 1 I
, TO $2.50. ON SPECLVL SALE W A Mhv ' 'h ' f ! iM
TONIGHT. g VWQvJM 1 Slfflii
, 7 to 9, at, each 'JttA (M 1
J B i
I We Are Hot Selling Out I
aVTE ARE HERE TO STAY. ! ( ,jb
Mr Must mako room for Spring Gooda. I y'''
I- CLOTHING : f
m - ' !:
W OVERCOATS i fl
Offered at Greatly Reduced Prices. ! ?' ''
M No Old Stock ;
Everything New j
T CHRISTMAS GOODS MUST BE SOLD.
Agf We have everything tho heart desires. !'. ;' )
, . House Jackets. Bath Robes. Silk Sua- : , 1 'a' 1
A penders. Gloves, Mufllcra. Neckwear. If
1 ' HandUerehlofs, Umbrellas, at ' f
j P0ULT0N, MADSEN, OWEN & CO. !
; "Where tho Clothes Fit." 111-113 Main street ;
j Collections l&pj -Collections j1 m
Collections -m ' Collections j; ij
Collections IB, Collections j; 1
f Let "Put" Let "Fut" v 1;
I Colled It. S" CoSSed it, jj , I,
!J Now Is the tlmo to get-thatiold-account off your books. Of course, v : Slf,
you want to placo them with the best firm. There aro other col- IWajl
lectorp, but we bellovo wo can handle your collections Just a little ti IBfe
j better, as we have two branch and fifty associate offices. Correa- j Chhi
pondenta throughout the clvilBed world. " . Wifi i
AGHERIGAN NERCfiHTILE ' j I
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j TV BENJ. PUTNAM, Manacer 207 to 210 Atlas Blocl& ' j 1
I Both JPhones 212. LET ''PUT" COLLECT IT. jfl ' j Mgj
j Each dead account represents a certain amount of YOUR capital 5 1 Hh
out of uso. Throw this back into your business by letting "Put" col- Wt
I HALL'S CAwSjND MPHTHEiSa REMEDY I I
For Urn Moutb. Throat. ISI.vr PnitdM For Salo by AU Drosgbto E B j
J Stomach and Bowels it-VCl irutlM' ana aencral Storca..., a , m
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