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ir MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1901
I r-TiTJJ1 THE SALT LAKE TKJLKtTNE. page Fivfi
Of INTEREST TO WOMEN I
IRISTMAS GREENS. r
I BT MARTHA M'CU LLOCH-WILLIAMS.
I by Martha McL iniocn
j L Williams
teJhr must t some of a sort
jSd boat. Amos Baker, shook
than Sinking Fork." ho
BfT.iSiv" miles off-and the
i,'r.t flndln? anything even
iPjfjJlaroM low and the valley
eMK rato the. head waters
5.11 find what 1 want there
ijU .HniMilv "Oct oat th
'2SKo matter If Christ
tai'oZ. 1 know 0 woy 10 ktep
fc m olease?" Amos asked
rJ ki irer.t toward th door.
r&r him with tbc rrcttlest
rwjl and 'thanky sir' and
RJT hand on his arm
f. t cor "Sufrose I should
Vv ' to Norrlo (Ordon
SmlRd to do It. If Norrie Is
Ija-tow. bo's worth a dozen of
Sro sure there Is another
J, queried saucily, but with a
H-l supernatu rally wise
J5t- " h V.i.l "Carnl, I
H.Mk and flowers and glmcracka
, known to fail.
I r., nt-ek-lt's u B r'' in-
Krr " ' -
f;. k in head at her you
Knv v.u ' i.ance Norrle will
iHLuuU;nu thai None- just then
Bfcjft. th- doir, l"M h'.- h- ri
iHCWjir ca Mm a fearful Jov
Vj' rd ;u).l lnt.T. I' .!. i he
B'- i ei Imbed Into
KwhrV '' '" r'al ;'" 'hciiicl.L "f
r '! tr I. I'n. f '
IBjBlt b'i-si .1 l.-i v. li.i -kluk' In
Jc- -r .i:il
, . . ' Tho I". rk is Just
IKfcc you'll nr.d nothing there, l
RKj --t around it every fall I
. , ,. r.. ...i .lf.tv-,. in thf. I, Ills
Ke'ii'V' I ish too. ami a clump ol
Jf e-i taking me to Ihem?"
St "Bauie they re a Ioi.k'
HRta fir for the h,,r?ec lut fir
jtat cwtter ' ' ' I.' ' - iM -
i y..ij know my heart is set
H- i !; such a Chrlst
l&Crr bv.t ..w V" ir sist r Amy
m Drive on Ilk
J-?-''''1 and S llv will have ;i
tl helping in.- ii
Hi !"i hv, m :i':iin " .N'..nl'' ui-
V - " cutting n
Bts wrtkin-r." s.ml yoft-
rtr ' tv.lr I:
R'lrlr.kl-.-s It. tl.. j..v of Ui
j I rapid whirl through the e f t
lv nn -r
iBMran rKmri a , i . only
iKTnio Mi.k-Norrlr ,.k. ,1 up
ITS C 0 H
if World's Greaiesl
P THE SET $1
Mb Treatment for Every
1 hour, from Pimples
Wln Itching aad burning
M -Mwctrema; the frightful
L lD Ioria3li; tho loss of
uof the scalp. M In
fav,.1 faClal d,flguroment.
yf ringworm; the awful
K " bfaDts ud the anilcty of
Ai,rr'a8iDmiik crast. tet.
deniaQd a rem-
SC;1111 tliera- Tb"t
Kf ' ,beon1 doubt.
l4a.d i runardlQg them
tof ? mu"--Hit relief!
iV'tiely an(1 rLttl
"orM Ur r,-mc-'' of
R ri!iSrao,,la tht c
Moas 0 , lhe Personal
mfc Prom , wh0 h
gfr-ltiun I: aealust prej ilCo
ttlv, bccome the
RC ; elr ti""-'' and.
1" O" 1" the
mw; ?m is to i,, follnd
Wke rp'" ' with ever,
V TiP ' J?t w.th the same
SD,)n,;rtd Senorl lt,Tr"V' tb'
:?' Cuuiu8 Written.
' " appn hei ih ely, then sent the black
fnllC furth. r on, h. stopped und
aprang out aaylng as he lifted J - u
her feet: 1 ou n want your supper befOr
you get It i reckon-but' h-r.- w?-Pan 2
' ' ;' ' ,,rI"'1 ""t In rapiur.-H I!, fore her
, 'mjp Of pines. On beyond dow,"
th re-1 k . rope lay matted armful of
nds The green brfew also
ice. fiho caught up Amos
I began a er, ffi
h i V ft.- Sh0 so Intent that she
did not see Norrlo 8llp awav. Rut verv
"J i he looked un to si o him draEKlnc
Ir, a fine young holiy full of i 7 ft
rhe kiag never sw anything like
' 11 13 he hoisted H Into thn
ad mado It fust therrTnen
n roil to work wrenching up frns In
' faring down mats of brier
Iona look.-d at him with something of
reet. she hud never credited him with the
t pwn l-Iii.-wh of manhood. Insenalblv
'"' -uh the other fellow
'. f' 'tow. who 'could and would
give her mllllonii-inliUoM which had al
most tempted her to accept the man.
truly ir she had aeked him to set hla
' to I ard things for her pleasure she
look of amaaea dinst
Still she co ,1.1 not whistle him down the
. . s"- was j.roud, ambitious luxury-6-.
n .t the least bit suited to be a
;ri-i s wii. And Norrle Gordon lovM
hla and and his vocation to well ever to
J a nyth Ing but a farmer. With a algh
she told herself Hhe would no doubt end
Lh , MkiMg En13 L ,rl' Suppose ho
should a,..-pt her casua, invtaton and
',", ," dT,V,to l'y the Baker place!
I,'' 1 Vr h la,V How are and cramped
.1 . i ,x U,Ui "t't-ar lo hlm-a life
wnereln the clrcu made the invent of tho
i.o.r.h "K '? cnurth f,r Sundays was
a j-.much a .llf-rslon us a dutv
(h8, lhi,le or f1" ""ated nebulously
Wh M Mo"?8 m,nud as shc watched
.1, nt nls Joyous obedience.
The be st branches are over on that far
BWe, ho snld. fllnglnjr off his coat and
euntdf out of hto shots "We'5 take
Juat haS a doaen-the tree won't miss cm
id hut.: to h-ave It rapged-somehr.w thl
Clump s.- rns to belong to me-I found It
flra when 1 was little more than a bov "
A, before she knew It ho Mood
; 'n l t- ; s breaking and cutting
Blender stems L-ona ran to pick them
UP as . !,. v fell Btand bark ,f JJJ f
i hir i,at 5nfc 4ame time reaching for an
' : Cla ly templing b.,h ri,,, w i f
V ;U T' 1 l;"nt W,herf- h thOUght to
break It. and instead of snapping It
crushed Into stringy fibers. Norrle had th
"' ' 1 " tati ry . en ovi r Inanimate
things Forgetful that h woa twenty-five
Teet in air, he gave tho bough a Jerk BO
energetic It mad., him lose his balance and
oma craahlng earthward. But there w re
DOUgha lower down and somehow he
Clutched one, with hU rlpht arm owunK
hltrifc-lf up to It. and clambered back to
the trunk. Coming down this, I. eon., saw
him hitch himself along in a wav whollv
unllko hla ascent. She did not know tho
reason until ho stood by the wagonette
saying alrnoxt apologetically. "I reckon
ou d better drive ,.r, the wav hone- m
left arm hit that bis: limb when 1 fell and
put itac-ir out of business."
Longly farm at ChrurUnaa-tlda made the
"' If.'hbors et ir Am; had Insist, ,1 m on
a party it would never never do to waate
alt Lepna had brought t,, pass Blmply
upon the family Greens were everywheri
over doors and windows n nooks and
corners .uid up and down the broad stair
way. The tree, too. was a vision with
tapers gleaming through lis coral wealth
and all manner of tlnai i orn imenta apark
lins amid ltfl Rre,.n leafage The tinsel
had come from the city. So had tho other
rBna had born panic stricken at the
OU" row a sunnv peace possessed her
B , Since she had seen Norrle toppling
against the evening sky falling it might
be to his death, for his ladv s whim, sho
had begun to question her own heart morn
closely than ever before. 'What aiunr
had reward, ,1 tho -luestlonlnss oh" did not
tell But Bnnla luring had found her
m.,re BOftly, more subtle fascinating than
ever, and waa read for h-r suje. to ke p
terms with all the rural world It amuaed
him of course that tho treo bore such
wondrous fruitage. Trees were not ChrNt
njas commonplaces 'round about Longly
So all tho people "round about had sent
their gifts to be piled at the tree s foot
und thence distributed After thee were
distributed there would be supper, then
the dance. Norrie would have to be a
looker-on. TIis broken arm was not vet
OUt of the slliu:
Amos ought to have been S.inta Claus,
but had flatly refused. So Leona herself!
made up into a startling Christmas fali-y
with a black half-mask and a pair Of
realistic wings, apportioned properly the
Christmas tree's fruit. snlng things that
fitted most cases beautifully, ond so. dou
bled tho valuo of the present? Nobodv
had been forgotten Ennls Lorlng stood
hugging a huge tin horn Norrle s sound
arm was fairly heaped with bulnlng par
e la topped with a toy automobile. Then
thl fairy lift, ri fr,,m the litter of mosns and
greenery at the tree's foot n huge pair of
spectacles and clapped them upon her
own eyes. "T am looking for the person
I belong to." sho said clearlv. Everybody
neld breath a9 she walked up to her two
lovers who by some chanco stood sldo bv
side. For a bn nth she studied their face's
Intently a beautiful (hush showing b ,.w
her half-musk, then with a little laughing
cry she laid her hand upon Norrle' sav
ing very low: "This Is what you get for
finding me these Christmas green- "
Christmas eve! what a busy time for
young and old. From now on social ac
tivity will take a rest, for two days, to
enable everyone to attend to those de
lightful duties which form tho Jolllest
part of the great holiday. Thcro are
presents yet to purchase, trees to dec
oir. te. arms to be placed on last year's
doll and the dinner lo order, so how can
anyone he expected to think of a mere
high tea or afternoon or evening party.
From all indications tho day will bo as
blight as has been passed In Salt Lake
for many a year, so it Is reasonably cer
tain that all will pass a merry Christ
mas. Tho seniors of tho High school gavo
their dance In Unity hall last evening
and the large number attending fully
enjoyed tho event Tho sophomores of
t,he Fust Side High school gavo their
ntertalnment last evening at the as
si mbly room of the school and the old
fashioned programme was a complete
Mr and Mrs Henry Newell left on the
Limited yesterday for a trip to I-os An
geles. Several Salt I,uke society leaders are
t Iking of building cottages on Catallnu
Island In the Pacific ocean
Miss Lottie Birtsch of the University
'I'i-ilnlng school has gone to hor old home
In Lincoln, Nob., for tho holidays. John
ir- Welch of tho same department has
gone- to Chicago. J. Fred Anderson, who
for some lime has been private secre
tary to Prof. 8. H. Clark nt Chicago
university, has returned to the city.
Mrs C C Slado is qullo III at her home.
14-.' East Fifth South street
Air nnrl Aim (leorevi fifeernon lefl.ve
directly after the holidays to make their
home in Portland, Ore.
Capt. and Mrs Madden will entertain
a few friends informally on Christmas
day Mrs. Madden and little, son leave on
the 28th for San Francisco to visit friends.
Harold Sieged left during the week for
New York to pass the holidays with his
Miss June BIntz la homo from CaJIfor
i in where she ims bet h lsiting for some
Mit WHUnm A Wetzell has gone to
Portland Ore, to visit with tho family
Of her brother, Dr. Cummlng, until early
S -,aie,r Thomas Kc-arn returns this
morning from Washington to pafn the
holidays with hla family.
Levis f'ntcs came, down from Bingham
last ecnlntr to spend the holidays with
iriends In this city
Dr. nnd Mrs. W F. Loomls have gone
East to spc-nd the holidays with relatives
Miss Wold of Oakland Is enjoying a
visit In this cltv the guest of Miss Agatha
Berkhoel. Miss Wold Is on hor way nome
from an extended tour of Europe.
Mr. and Mrs Fred Farls of Denver will
pasa the holidays with relatives in Eu
reka. Bruce Fordhnm has returned to his ,
home In Pennsylvania, after an enjoyable
Visit With friends here
Miss Nellie Lloyd of Butte. Mont. Is
enjoying tho holidays here, a guest of
Jack Berkhoel entertained the members
of St Paul's choir very Informally hist
Tix s, I. iv evening at hlH home.
Capt. and Mrs Ham of Fort Douglas
an among those who will entertain at ,
illi.i,. r on hi l-i mas da ; .
Mrs D P Simmons returns todav from i
a visit of several months with Eastern j
An attractive calondar for the- new year
., (hut which hits been gotten out by tho
King's Daughters of the First Presbyteri
an church The proceeds from the sale of
thtse calendars are to be devoted to tin
new church fund AIli-s Helen Qlllesple,
One of Suit Luke's charming girls, Is a
member of the King's Daughters, and her
portrait adorns tin hrsl page of the cakn
dar I. Its of plet ures,u, sc. n ry are re
produced on the remaining pages, making
tho calendar a very attractive souvenir for
Mis Albert 10. Walker will entertain at
dinner on Christmas day.
Harold Fablnn returned yesterday from
Hartford. Conn., where he In a student In
Yale, and will enjoy the holidays with his
Mr.; W E Btlmpson and little son. Rob
ert, have returned from their long visit
to Boston and New York She comes
back much Improved In health.
G. K Smith Is 111 at his home, being
threatened with pneumonia.
The Daughters of the Confederacy will
observe I'ross of Honor ,lu;. at the" First
Presbyterian church Tuesday evening
rcxt The public, especially all Southcrn
i rs Is invited.
"How c.u, an everyday
drink be so bad?"
"Oh, they're used to it!"
COfYHIClfl ' agsi.-.l l
SANTA CLAUS BRINGS A BAG
of meuiev to every child who has an ac
count with the
UTAH COMMERCIAL, AND SAV
It Insures ae enjoyable. Invigorating
bath; makes every pore respond, re.
moves dead okln.
ENERGIZES THE WHOLE BODY.
starts the circulation, and leaves
glow equal to a Turkish bath.
AXL GROOER" ANT) DRUGGISTS.
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: yyj j 9 mW discharges
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J55S55t like Exercis '
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Only & Few Dsys Left Lo
Select. Your 1
Piano for Christmas
ur slutk is tin rhoit'L-sl lliat we have had for yean.
Special price reductions for the Holidays.
New Pianos from $150.00.
New Organs from $49.50.
CLAYTON MUSIC CO.
LEADING MUSIC DEALERS,
Ki!) Smith Main street.
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SPOIL A GOOD DINNER. 9
I Have your dentfil work at- I
I tended to before the holidays.
Dr. West, Dentist I
I 261 Main Sign of "Dldn't-Hurt- I
I n-BIt Boy.''
Ijmlrs Best Flour.
A Trial Order Solicited. i
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T TNION assay OFEICE,
M. 3 HAXAl'KK, Manager.
Removed to 161 South W. Templa.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will receive prompt attention. Analytical
work a specialty. s;ih1 for price list.
We Have Every Hook r
of Value I
Bargains in Every Depart- j
L ment ',
1-3 tb 2-3 Off on All F
. Not All"
Christy's lutesL A handsome H
1 mine r sitting at his cabin door I
I duy-dreaininjj of his sweet- n
I heart. W.C telegraphed for I
fori v COpi 9. I
) A Waterman Ideal Founlain Pi3
A Dox of Our Holly Stationery I
. A WooJburyHint Calejdir
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ONE PRICE. TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD
IT'S ONLY A QUESTION
OF HOURS NOW
Fpu can not afford to waste u eingle one of them. In order ' to clear
J AH Fancy Holiday Novelties
g We have made SWEEPING REDUCTIONS on all such goods.
Handkerchief Values J
TO ATTRACT HOSTS OF MAS Bt'TEHS, OT'R LOW PRICES
ARF. VERY PROMINENT FEATURES BUT ONLY THE EXCEP
TIONAL VALUES. THEY REPRESENT MAKE THEM PAKTICU
LARLV DEMI; V15L10
COLORED BORDERED HANDKERCHIEFS.
The regular 5c grades. Special The regular 7o grades. Special
Xmas Sale -IA Xmas sale -t
Price o6r price Sf
EMBROIDERED BORDER, HEMSTITCHED OR
SCALLOPED EDGED HANDKERCHIEFS.
to -,, .... . , , ,, , . All onr 36c grades; a marrnlflcent
, 1 1 &3t line to cl om,
Best 16c and l7'c RT;td, . .1 Ti"' best 50c HandkerchleByou over
In thin --it,- at Ija2' hriupht arc shown now
ALL OTHER GRADES AT SIMILAR REDUCTION
Specially attractive Handkerchief mem?, In fancy boxes; four 'handker-
hl.-l - to the box, at, each ,
$2.oo, $1.35, $1.00 and 5oc.
I TO THE LADIES:
Do you know the nicest and most suitable
present you can give your father, husband,
brother or sweetheart for Xmas is a pair of
BANISTER'S SHOES for dress or business
wear? We have nine styles for 1905 to select
from. All styles, shapes and leathers. We will
give a fit or refund money after Xmas. Price
I $5.00 per pair. See our window.
THE MOORE SHOE CO.,
258 South Main Street.
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better, as we have tuo branch and fifty associate offices. Carres- B
pon dents thixrughout the civilized world,
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JKfviV n5L Kind Sir. I will write you a
H aV ow Hnes to thank you for col- I
vMi.'' '3ii St lecting that sum of money for 9
yfTjWrW' '4 me, nud I have told others I
IV' 'ff - t, about it and they are intending- I
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HEsaT f Yours truly, I
- MRS. W. G PARKER. ' j
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Wi JSs flum satisfied clients.
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