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jfeuSESDAY M0K2TINO, iTOTTSl' W, 190 XjaJS SALT LATH?, TRIBUNE. PAGE FIVE - H
EOf interest to RPomew 1
:ElR SUMMER ENGAGEMENT.
K BY HERBERT ilcB. JOHNSTON.
11501, by Herbert McB. John-
aald I solemnly, "do you
; dav this is?"
September the twenty-first,
jndrcd and three," repeated
fd'l, shaking my head traG
i, this Is the lated day. the
ur. The time has come."
ughed When Phyllis laughs
st dimple come into hc-r
Have arc used her of laughing
thmi there, but she only
I warned her, "those dlm
icy grew even deeper,
such a weak one," I mur
iftlper away from tlie qu:s
d Phyllis with avvlft mcon
'What about the date?"
1 my most melancholy air.
ght the corner of my pocket
f and I pulled it put.
of our parting." I replied
therlng a psc-udo sob.
brows met In a perplexed
lost adorable frown,
jot It," ihe said.
: own doing." I asssrted.
ie blame on her; "It was
ir own suggestion and you
; to blame but yourself."
Us frow ned. I know a way
e smothered out the wrin
x engagement, you know,"
. "It was expressly under
mght that it was strictly a
hyllls comprehended. For
thought she was going to
enjoy the Joke. But in
es grew wide with nmaiTe
hen she burled her face in
chief There was no mis
tie sobs were too violent to
itng hut genuine,
i j ," I interrogated In amaze-
Phyllis.! What is it, dear?"
, StielleVe either of us noticed the
5. he dried her eyes and stralght-
iji her head
j! tr, thought. Jack," iid Pliyllis
fl siderable indignation, "that you
I fl Lve reminded mc- of it. And on
J J5a' summer is over, too. It
me you were In rather a hurry
H :feylli. " I blundered.
:.' but Phyllis,' " she mocked me;
,J et) you were afraid that if it
LU ly-ovcr it would mean a re-
i tthe contract. Or perhaps you
It, wouldn't let you out of it.
k&i dii't hae worried, I assure
u: Kvas holding her head very
41 Jgunbcam playing across her
e J.set am"p- Her eyes needed
fj pun. I never saw Pliyllis look
i- ieh, while I grew redder and
Ttf She-faced, I saw the little vixen
f 'hing at me.
I she paid, "there's something
)Ut you. I don't know what It
li it must bo your family."
aJKt me on my high horse.
ll murmurid indifferently,
ffyou, I'm ure. Perhaps you
en picked out which one Fred
not quite pure," said Phyllis,
fc The dimples were there
Is, ' I raid, "I'm never going
;ou to marry me again."
(U want to marry you again,"
iriven't yet," I retorted. "What
If that I'm never going to ask
ft?" asked Phyllis in mock ter-
tVi said I firmly; "this S3 the
tUlme Will you marry me?"
itf.once over right there," she
cmoer. 1 warned ner, It was
fypu make me a promise?"
esk any other girl either," fln
LhylH?. hit see what difference It would
use if you will." said Phyllis,
Pijt until I'm ready or on the
nd then come around and ask
nly I'd like to be sure you were
3. I musl have looked a bit
because Phyllis burst out laugh-
Jlong will it be?" Tasked,
illy, can't BAy." laughed Phyllis,
wide to wait until I'm ready for
lf. I flatter myself it will be
il," I said sadly,
asked Phyllis with some as
rou don't hope for anything
thought of It seemed a long
Jre- sure" I began,
e you my word," said Phyllis.
'." I said soberly; "If you said
I'd -wrlL till the day of doom
ear. But you know, little girl,
jnt to. I want you now-"
i eyen had lost that hard glow,
's only the dull, tort 'lire of
coprc-r now. I ought to
in her in my arms and kissed
tl.- re But T didn't know
I Wr.fi always noted for doing
Iiu unrigs, buying nas told me
you really. Jack?" she paid
lly do. Phyllis. Without von
hiu Pr,,jl the poet tells:
felnat went into the storm, and
od h"d l IUH?1C betwcen 1,1(1
!i' at a ltttlo closer to me. It's
Kaya fdi that I owed a good
rome of those poet Johnnies.
lVpe?eSWfUlly dcnr r 0U' Jaclc'"
soodjph bit like- a cad then,
s . v tallng an unfair nd
ffn;TiMWll'L that 1 ,lldn't
J dl(J- VW word of It.
fS whispered, "shall I break
rKi,niiCr, 8ald a wora- but
? around hr-r.
hMi8nalV'?y8 bocn ,n' contention
ie rnenni M!,ays f)top 1,1 n whisper
ie means the exact opposite,
jf whlFpored Phyiiiif. ,
g I.e-d up and I klsyed her
full on the lips, Phyllis's lips arc warm
"Oh, Jack!" she whispered.
Then I kissed her again. But I only
klss-ed her twice. An event Is but mo
mentary; let it last longer and it sinks
to the level of a mere Incident.
"And It's my family you like, Is it,
PhylllP?" I asked her.
Phyllis nodded her head. She was too
close to see her do It, but I could feel
It on my shoulder.
"Fred or Charlie?" I asked again.
"I guess I think er their brother."
After that I forgot all that rot about
an event being momentary. Anyhow,
what's the odds If it Is? People don't
go through life looking for c-vent3 all
the time. Commonplace things are
"And you're going to be engaged to
me now for all the time?" I questioned
when I got my breath.
"No," said Phyllis, shaking her head.
"Please, dearest," I said. "I want you
so so much. Please say you will."
But Phyllis shook her head.
"No," said she with a happy little
laugh, "it'll have to stop when you
A pretty homo wedding, attended by
relatives and only a few of the close
friends, was that of liss Annetto Fer
guson and Kdph A. McBroom. It took
place last evening at half past 6 o'clock
at the homo of tho bride's mother. Rev.
Dr. Padcn of tho First Presbyterian
church officiating. The bride was a
charming picture In her quaint fashioned
wedding gown of white silk and point
lace, with tho bljr sleeves and shirred
shirt so popular in the days of our grand
mothers. She was attended by Mls3
Kate Groo, wearing- a dainty gown of
illmy pale green stuff and carrying
bridesmaid roses. Tho bride carried a
silo war bouquet of white rose-s and wore
a long veil of tulle, Benjamin llowcll
was tho best man. Dr. Paden road tho
beautiful service of his church, the bridal
party forming a semi-circle In front of
the square window in the parlor, which
was banked with palms. ' All about the
rooms, on mantel and tables, were jar
dinieres and vnses of whltu larkspur,
sweet peas and Callfronla Marguerites,
white and green being caiTled out in tho
nnnolntmcnis. Mr. and Mrs. McBroom
left on the evening train for a wedding
lour including visits to St. Louis, Chicago
Miss Vlda Richards, daughter, of Dr.
and Mrs J. S. Rlcnards, and Alex. Col
bath were quietly married yesterday
morning at the home of the bride's par
ents. The ceremony was performed at
10 o'clock by Judge McCarty, the young
people leaving immediately after for an
extended tour. Where they will spond
their honeymoon they declined zo Hay, but
will return aftei a few weeks to niako
their home here.
Mrs. Ellsworth Daggett entertains thlo
morning at bridge whist, followed by a
luncheon at tho Country club. In honor
of Mrs. George F. Downey of Denver.
Mies Stella Salisbury will bo hostess at
an Informal dinner tomorrow evening at
A pretty Informnl luncheon was that
given at Oio Alta club on Monday by Miss
Peai Van Cott In honor of Miss Annette
Mrs. Frank B. Stephens cntertaino at
luncheon next Tussday In honor of her
sister, Mrs. Clarey of Omaha.
Miss Joanna Sprague loft Sunday for
a two weeks trip to Portland.
Mrs. William A. Wetzcll has returned
from Portland, where she has been spend
ing the summer with the family of her
brother, Dr. W. A. Cumming. On her
return trip Mri. Wetzell was accompan
ied by her father. Mrs. Cumming, her
brother, .Dr. Cumming, and his five
daughters, who spent two days hero on
their way to the fair.
Miss Wasky of Kanasas City, who has
been visiting her niece, Mrs. W. H. Dalo
of this city for a month past, returns to
her homo today.
Mrs. L. L. Terry entertains at luncheon
Mrs. AVIlllam A. Akers of Montana, who
is spending several weeks in Salt Lake.
That was a charmingly npnointcd lit
tle dinner at which Mrs. Ferguson enter
tained Monday evening In honor of the
members of the Fcrguson-McBroom
bridal party. The trueats Included MIsa
Annette Ferguson, Miss Kato Groo, Rev.
Dr. Paden, Benjamin Howell and Ralph
Friends of Mrs. Joseph L. Rawlins will
be very glad to learn that she is improv
ing and will soon be able to be out.
Mr. and Mrs. W G. Lamb leave today
for a three weeks' visit in California.
H o a
Miss Louise Spencer left yesterday to
spend some weelut visiting the fair.
Prof. Thomas RndcllfCe of this city
.spent yesterday at Woodstok. III., visit
ing Mrs. Fidelia B. Hamilton, who has so
many friends here. Mr Radellffe is re
turning from MaHSiichnsfUs. where lie
has boon enjoying a vacation. While In
Pittsburg he j;avc a recital, which was
largely attended and called forth tho
nioft appreciative notices from tho press
of the Pennsylvania city.
Mrs. F. E. Stnuip of Blnsham Is enjoy
ing a visit with Salt Luice friends for a
Mr. and Mrs- Thomas Home and chil
dren havo returned from a pleasant two
weeks' outing at Wa.satch.
Miss Luelln Younjr and Miss Bessie
Davis are home from a visit of several
weeks, their trip including stays at Port
land, San Francisco, Monterey, Del Monte
and Palo. Alto.
Mrs. Robert Fowler of 72 J street is
homo from Yollowstono, where she has
been enjoying a visit for several weeks.
Miss Garda Wedgewood Is entertaining
Miss Zula Houtz of Provo.
Mr. and Mrs. Milando Pratt arc enter
taining Miss Helen Haynes of San Fran
cisco, who is on her way homo from a
live weolcs" visit in New York, Boston
and other Eastern cities.
Miss Georglo McKimmlns Is homo from
a ten days' outing in Yellowstone park.
Herbert Auerbach of New York city Is
enjoying a visit with old friends In Salt
Lake, after an absonce of several vears.
Miss Agatha Berkhoel. Miss Beatrice
O'Connor and Jack Borkhoel are now In
San Francisco. Mr. Berkhoel will re
turn to Salt Lake this week, but tho
young ladles will go to Pacific Grove to
spend the remainder of the time until tho
flrst of September.
Dr A. C. Behlo of this city sails from
Liverpool on August 20. He will Visit
some time in the East before returning
to Salt Lake.
Miss Auro Rogors was hostess at a
delightfully Informal muslcale last even
ing, when about forty of hor friends were
Invited to meet Clyde Squires, who has
been studying art In New York for a year
past. Among those who contributed to
the pleasure of thp evening In a musical
way wore Miss Agnes Dnhlqulst, Miss
Ruth Dahlquist. Miss Lllllnn Turner,
Miss Alice Foster. Miss Leone Rogors,
Miss Auro Rogers, Mrs. Cora Winkler,
Kent Cobb, Leo Foster and Spencer
Mrs. W. R. Wightman entertains infor
mally on Thursday afternoon at her
Mombors of the Bridge Whist club moot
with MIsa Kathcrinc Geddes tomorrow
Mrs. Edward McGurrin entertained at
the Commercial club; on Monday in honor
of Miss Gertrude Hanson and Miss
Miss Martha Walters has returned from
an enjoyable trip to St. Louis.
Dr. IT. O. Jensen leaves tomorrow morn
ing for St. Louis to take in tho fair.
Mrs. C. J. Geary will entertain tho
members of tho P. N. G. club this after
noon at hor home. 7-1G East Second South
street, from 2 to C o'clock. All members
aro cordially Invited.
Miss Emma Savage leaves tomorrow
for a three weeks' visit to the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Prott of Kalama
zoo, Mich., arrived in this city vesterday
and expect to spend the winter with their
son, II. O. Pratt.
Mrs. Don R. Corey and son returned
yesterday morning from a ten days' lsit
Harry Studdart Is homo from St.
Lovls. where ho has been taking In the
fair for several weeks past.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Tobhi left St. Louis
yesterday for New Orleans, where they
will Islt until early In September.
X On the Pacific Slope., I
CAMP ATA SCADERO. Cal . Aug. 1C-Forly-flvo
hundred men turned out at 5:30
thl3 morning and the maneuvers at the
big army camp commenced in oarneat
There were six divisions engaged, com
posed of regular troops and California
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 1C Princes
George and Konrad of Bavaria, who are
making a tour of the Western hemi
sphere under the titles of the Counts Von
Wartenburg, have arrived here from
SPOKANE, Wash.. Aug. 1G. Tho most
disastrous lire that has visited this city
for years broke- out at daybreak this
morning near Riverside and Washington
streets. In the retail business district. The
loss Is estimated at $130,000.
MISSOULA. Mont..' Auk. 1C Heavy
forest fires aro raging in the hills close
around Bonlta, some twenty-four miles
east of Missoula. The Jlres started four
days ago and have spread with rapidity
over a vast territory, causing great dam
age. VICTORIA, B. C, Aug. 1C The United
States cruisers New York and Mnrblehead
arrived In Esqulmault harbor from Brem
erton last evening nnd were welcomed
with a flalute of twenty-one guns. Ad
miral Goodrich of the Now York and tho
officers of tho American cruisers wore the
guests at dinner this evening of Commo
dore Goodertchm of II M. S. Grafton.
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d Did you liear about that man who was so used to
(a 'eating1 his wife's Welsh rabbits that he chewed rubber
p bands when she left town? And have you tried Pabst ; 1
k Blue Ribbon Beer for indigestion? A
: RIEGER & 1INDLET, &j
' " ' "Tho "Whiskey Merchants." .
IN THE WAY OF WATCH
OR JEWELRY REPAIRS
DIFFICULT ,JOBS ARE
SPECIALTIES OF OURS,
AND WE GUARANTEE
J Reasonable Prices.
WE ARE '
MORE THAN 100 STYLES
All leatherG, all modem
238 and 240 Main St. 'Phono 605.
To th PwMic :
Thin is to notify whom It may concern
that J nm not responsible for nn ilebls
conlructoil by my wife (Regina Johnsor.)
from this date. J. S. JOHNSON.
Salt Lake City, Utah, August, 15, 191.
And In tho same .strain.
Trying to awalccn public iniercst In tho
And blowing our own horn whllo doing ll.
If there's a job to bo done about your
plncc. don't have It done by the cheapest
plumber unles3 you know he's tho best
and he can't very well be that If his
prices are much below the ordinary.
We chargo fair prices, but do superior
work and uso the best material. Couldn't
promise moro than that If wo talked all
i. M. HIGIEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
109 East First South. Telephone 752.
DID YOU EVER DRINK
a more delicious tea than
The moFt critical ?cly it's the cream of
Japan's tea gardens.
HEWLETT BROS 1.
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ASH AY Kit,
P f W. 3rd Smith. Snlt l.ar i;iit V
3' . ,. -r.T. ... 4
I Will close their store at
' 12 O'CLOCK THURSDAY I
Employees and friends intend spending this afternoon and j
I OGDEN CANYON; ' . I
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Our Shoe Departm'i I
SPECIAL ALL WEEK! I
Guaranteed all solid soles and sole leather counters and
Little Men's, 8 tc 134, ,$1-20
! Youths', 1 to 2 $1.40
Boys', to 5 J4 . ... $1.60
PJ?i For Parker Lumber Co. of Salt '
'" Lake City They sola th,s cIaIm
bocauso It was N. G. We collected :
v 11 ln threo "vvcck3, Ask p- L- Pax"
kor- If you 'vvaTlt cash- for your j
wAkEcsv.5 bad debts -wo can get It,
N mattcr hou' lare ihcY arc or '
' ln 'liat tovrn c,ty- State or Terrl-
itPiifal ' '' 'ty It we dltl not know we could col-
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x&i&tj&. .If not be paying:' out money to adver- 1
raisr yr tlse.
' v4'j0' advertlse becaiLse wo want I
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S lty to nuilte collections -where all
X S" others have failed has enabled us j
jtS&0fc-l$&K S to 1311,1(1 ul tlie largest collection
" &MrKkff v business In the world. j
' WtttiW&sff " yv7 Th,s ls to trlnf mi"y
v2ffiffiM&w claims to our offices for coiectlon.
v t'&$W ri Qnd wo Grc Ust- as sure to colIect ;
('"ZJ iyff tds these claims and make money in
r -srr commissions thereon.
Does anybody owe you? Do you want tho money? If so. wrlto or call ;
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General Ofilres 117.118-119-124 and 125 Commercial National Bank f
p Building-, Salt Lake City. Francis G. Luke, General Manager. j
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:: No human is,
-f But we have our prescription .j.
-t worlc ho systematized and are so -
careful about every phase of It.
-j- that we certainly have reason to bo 4--f-
proud of Its clean record. Physl- 4--t-
clnns who have Investigated our
prescription counter commend our 4
work most highly, and clady send 4--4-
us their prescriptions. We Invito -4-4-
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ir Both 'phones, No. HO. 4
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der tho supervision of tho Episcopal
church. Primary, Intormcdlato and
Certificate admits to Smith and Welles
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Boardlnu school for young men and
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Dally stage via Park Cty, connecting
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Dig Cottonwood canyon, leaving Cullen
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