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kj tteE RairliA35 Tribune Monbay Moknistg, Jujshe 13, 1904. 5 If
II Say ! h "efr 9:00 0 C1OCk! I I
joisg'PRICE TO ALL NEVER. UNDERSOLD Bc. l Lp L I lH
I A time when recordsbreaking " prices prevail at Auerbacli's. A time when goods J II
i are sold regardless of cost or profit. A time when eager buyers crowd our store (l
I by thousands, attracted hither by the irresistible power of clearing prices that jl
pirly shout economy. There's a time to buy, and it is NOW. 22Llh'in2i j I
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I STINSON'S DIPLOMACY. I
I BY CURRAN RICHARD GREENLEY. I
tCopirkhl 1501. by Curran Pilchard
T1U rcnl boss of the campaign com
mittee leaned ucross the tabic ami
r.og'il a heavy forefinger under
I Brackett's nose.
'Vvp cinched the llnest wire thai was
,uf n jlltil. ;ind when them -wire Kct done
p-lln'. Bill Garret's chances avo dead and
mined on, or m name's not .11m Stinson.
IV Interviewed Miss Elizabeth Meath.
' nnd slip's oum."
TV emphatic tinker stopped, as Brack
: tti spranpr to his feet.
"Voii-1011 interviewed Miss Heath in
-Yc. Why not? She's a power, she Is,
' Tith nm ff Hows' wives down in the
Trnlh ward, en she's a lady right, you
; Brcckctt dropped limply into the chair
Iflilnd lilni. while Stinson poured out the
J I'l'tory of his II upon Mls.s lleatii, the
i prxidenl of lh- 'I Iypatia.' In a mixture
ef slang1, plentifully sprinkled with "sez
; 1" .ind "sez she.'' Stinson took niucli
i ijJorv to himself that lie should have
Ejvoucht of this clever stroke Just at the
I fijmlMl tMJlnt of the campaign. Miss
Jilrth'j Innuen"" in certain (inarter was
anbgunlf(l Down in tho Tenth ward.
wlier" Ihe tall tenements gloom above
thf river, the little children of the poor
watched for her coming, and the tired
mothers told her all their trials and trou
bles, all their simple ambitions and Utile
Joys, finding a ready sympathy. Stinson
had hoard of Miss Heath through that
channel,, imd It was to those poor, tired
mothers that he looked for a controlling
voice In -the ote that" would go up from
the Tenth ward. Stinson had also count
ed on the lever wielded by Miss Henth
na president of the "Hypntla," the wo
man's club that, led not only In tho city,
but In the State federation. The federa
tion's Interest once aroused and Its influ
ence brought to bear, would mean a pow
erful leavening at work for his man from
one ond of the State to the other AH
1 his and more he poured into the unheed
ing cor of firackett whose mind was
engrossed with the one thought the In
tolerable shame that this man should have
appealed to Elizabeth Heath In hi3 name.
Bevond all considerations of the Gover
nor's ofHce, of his nolltlcal future, his
mind reeled with the Intensity of this ono
Slinson's last words as he stood in the
doorway recalled him:
"I told hr that you would call in a few
davs and discuss the matter further. She
yeomcd rlsht willing to take a hand, after
she had chewed the rag a bit, and I saw
U- 1 if
i'r . LIKEN AND HEAVY LACE,
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upper portions of the slcives, which form soft, full puffs at the wrists.
iVatlinlnsj thr- yoke la a band of the linen embroidered with big- French knots.
, " make the waiet for a woman of medium size will he required 391 yards of
natojal :i or 27i y;u.(ls .2 0I, 2J; ysins 41 inches wide with Tfc yards of yok
'ff.,Uattrlal' A J,ny ra-on pattern. No. 4131, sizes 32 to -10, will be mailed to
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'lM A3 orclcr aro fllled from the East, ltill Tcqulre about ten daya
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"Elizabeth, there was fate in San
as how a call from you would sorter
clinch it. Women folks has to be made
up to. 1 reckon you know all about that?
"Well, so long. Mr. Governor." and Stinson
John Hrackett turned off the, light and
sat still In the glow of the lire. Tho warm
rays danced over his fast-slivering head,
bringing out the lines of the tired, old
young face, and accentuating in gro
tesque shadow tho droop of his .'ihoulucrfl.
"Her name on tho lips of this course
man. Out of .the silence of the years to
heur it f'jr the t'nSt Ume in this manner."
Ho had been uwuv so long in' the lower
part of tho State that he had quite lost
i'icht of the changes that muat have tome
to her as well as to himself. So alio was
a social leader now. a clubwoman. Jle
remembered the pleasant family circle,
as he had known it. and wondered If It
yet remained unbroken.- Out of the coals
oprang tho picture of the gill, IQIIzabclli
Heath, as he had lust seen her, that night
when he luid told her- good-byu forever.
He could almost hear himself speaking
the slow, fateful, relucts.nl words. In
which he had told her that the bond be
tween them must bo broken for reasons
over which he had no control a half-con-tldonce
that, In the light of present knowl
edge, he knew to have been far more
cruel, more cowardly than a silence that
would have left the poor solaco of believing-
him utterly unworthy.
jle had scarcely thought of her when
returning to the old town. Tfe bad made
the move for political reasons,' and one
hotel is much like another to a man who
had forgotten the meaning of home. Like,.
ono groping' through tho dark", picking up
the tangled ihreuds of a dropped web,
John Bracktl threaded back through the;
mazes of llftcen years fifteen!
I Brackett's tread grow less resolute and
I his foot scorned to drag Just a Utile as' he
turned Into the well-remcinborc.d' squarn
and saw the white columns of the Ticath
home among the trees. Old l'eter opened
the door. A little grayor about the fringe j
of wool, a little more stooped, -but tho.
.icmo old l'eter, shuffling down the hall
ahead of him.
The house was painfully familiar. There
In the cornor was the little potteo among
the palms, where, they had sat that rainy
day. He rnmornbered the shadows that
tihlftcd over the pale blue gown Hint sho
had worn, ajid fell agalo the touch of the
soft hand in his the hands that were like
no other hands In all the world.
Old Polor's shuflllng steps had died
away and tho hotipo was still. Then he
heard hor step ipon the stair and down
the hall and fOllzabeth stood before him,
unchanged, except for tho graver lines
about tho (Inn, sweet mouth and a deeper
light In tbo dark eyes. Bracket grasped
her hand with an almost pnlnful force,
"You have been quite a loag while In
claiming your old friends In Warnlleld,
Jt was a merely banal greeting, but the
commonplace served to place Brackett on'
the right footing.
"Most certainly, and yet I feci that I
should apologize for this Intrusion, had I
not eomo to make apology for a greater
enc that was made In my name."-
"Tou allude to Mr. Sllnson'.s call sho
laughed, lightly. "Mr. Stinson doos mo
the honor to consider ino a force in lhn
political situation. I assure you I appreci
ate the compliment, as the president oi
the 'Hypatla.' But as Kllzabc-th Heath, T
r.'.ust bej to decline It."
Hrackett mado a plight movement ' to
ward her. "I beg you to consider the
nmn nnd his total ignorance as to Ihe
enormity of what he wnS doing. It was .1
distinct shock In ni" o hear your name
upon bis Him, and " . - , .
1 "1 understand," she replied, quickly,
V '.' ; :-r '
"Believe me I did not connect you with
11 In the least. In fact, when he men
toned that you would call to discuss the
mntter. I wa3 very certain that you were
entirely innocent of all knowledge of his
errand here "
Brackett flushed darkly.
"I trust you will treat this Incident as
if it had ne'ver been, and. of course, there
i.eed bo no question of your support In a
Hero they both laughed uneasily.
"So muc:i so." she responded, "that I
will use every effort to further the cause
of Gov. Brackett."
Brackett sprang to his feet, his dark
face aglow "Elizabeth!"
Miss Heath held up a warning hand.
"Mr. Brackett, fifteen years have come
and gono slnco any man has held the right
Jo call me by that name; we were speak
ing of politics."
Brackett submitted mutely ns sho led
the talk around to other questions of tho
dny, lightly and easily, giving him time
to ilnd himself In Ihe talk of old friends
"And the General, how 13 he? And your
She looked at him wonderingly. "Is it
possible that with all of Mr. Slinson's
information he did not tell you that 1 am
living alone with my Aunt Jane? Father
and mother both died within one month of
each other ten years ago."
Brackett turned abruptly and walked to
the window. He understood many thing.-
now all the loneliness and the beautiful
truth of this woman who had lived her
life so bravely. The sunlight . In the
square was blinding perhaps that was
whv ills eyes were wet as he walked
swiftly down the long room and drew her
hands Into his.
Elizabeth, there was fate In Slinson's
tall the fate that has watched us both
through all these years. There were
ghosts that knocked and waked my
starved heart last night ghosts that
would not he silenced. I was a coward
then; a coward not brave enough to hum
ble mv prldo nnd tell vou of the burden
that lay between ub and when death re
moved that burden, it was too late, 1
thought; but I am here now to plead my
case afresh, here at your mercy. "We are
older now, and there is little youth left
us. and for God's sake don't let pride
stand between us and that little. YVill the
president of the 'Hypatla work for mc as
my promised wife? Will she. Elizabeth?"
Old Peter shuffled down the hall un
noticed and stood In tho doorway a brief
second: then he ambled away, mopping
"I thought that was Massa John Brack
ett. 1'se certain now for auah!"
PROVO AND RETURN $1,90
Via D. & R. G., June. 14, 15. 16, 17.
Final limit June 10. B. P. O. E. State
Convention. A grand festival of amuse
ments. Everybody invited.
PABIS, June 12. Santos Dumonl sailed
for New York from Havre on La Savole.
His chief englunur, on whom ho depends
to mount his airship and three expert
engineers accompany him. Dirigible bal
loon No. 7, with which Dumont will com
pete at St Louis. Is also on the ship.
THE PALMA TROPHY
WASHINGTON, June 1J. As a result
of the controversy over the style of rifles
jjscd by the American team In the match
for the Palimi trophy last July, the execu
tive committee of the National Blfie asso
ciation by unanimous consent decided to
return the trophy at once. Instructions
will be telegraphed for Its immediate ship
ment. TIk executive committee unanimously
adopted tho following resolution:
"That we hereby ratify all statements
made In tho letter of the president of tills
association to the secretary of the Na
tional Rllle association of Great Britain
dated March 7. 10H, and instruct the pres
ident to withdraw the Palma competition
from tho program of the current year and
to cause tho Palma troph to be Imme
diately returned to the National Blfie as
sociation of Great Britain, to be held by
that organization for futuro competition "
You Need Exercise.
You know it. Take time! Best tonic.
Eugene Thompson. Phone ATI. 46 Main
4 Cases Set for Today.
4- Division No. 1 Judgo Hall. -f-
California Mining and Milling
company vs. C. H. GItsch. -f-
4- M. J. Dailey vs. N. A. Page.
4- A. R. Wecter vs. II. G. McMillan. 4
4 Division No. 2 Judge Stewart. 4
4- Whltworth vs. Salt Lake Hot 4
4 Springs Sanitarium company.
4 Division No. Z Judge Mora. 4
Court in session, but no setting.
Division No. i Judgo Lewis. 4
Blake vs. Farrell. -f i
CITY COURT. 4 j
4 Civil Division Judge Tanner. 4 I
4 George Q. Cannon association vs. -f
4 Ethelbcrt Young.
4 Evans vs. Parry. I
-- Colburn vs. Montcor.
4- Haalam vs. Price.
Popper vs. Williams.
-f- Nllcs vf. Samoa.
4 Glsburn vs. Robins. ' 4
Utah Stove and Hardware com- 4
4 pany vs. Anderson.- ' 4
-f- Utah Stove and Hardware com- 4
4 pany vs. Borro. 4
Utah Stove and Hardware com- 4
4- pany vs. Wallace. 4.
4- Utah Stove nnd Hardware com- 4
-f pany vs. Wilson. -f-
4 Bank of Commerce vs. Sears.
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