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The Intermountain Catholic. (Salt Lake City [Utah] ;) 1899-1920, August 29, 1903, Image 8

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following news stands
8s > It LakeNews Co 71 East Second
south stJpcL
I L E Hammel 49 East Second South
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M J Shannon has been
aneotor and canvasser for the states
and Montana The manage
r Sent breaks for him all the assist
t flue our friends can give He bear
wtih him a letter of introduction
Greenewald Furniture company
I ts to move into its new building
has al
The new
about Sept 15
reidv begun to arrive and a large
amount of it is still on the road
I +
It A special from Ely Nev says that A
C Clveland died suddenly Sunday aft
err oJn at his ranch in White Pine
courty while reading a newspaper He
was the Republican candidate for gov
I ernor at the last election
The time has conic > in Salt Lake City
when the hotel facilities are equal to
If not beyond the requirements of the
metropolis There are plenty of good
hotels and it costs something to run
them The monthly expenses of the
Kenyon hotel is over 510000 A person
unacquainted with hotel business would
hardly credit this statement but it is
nevertheless true
Carriage riding on Sunday and card
playing on any day were denounced
by President Joseph F Smith of the
Mormon church at ihe quarterly con
ference of Granite stake
President Smith was emphatic in his
language denouncing these and other
practices as growing among the Lat
terday Saints He urged the women to
rrfrain from cooking and other house
> ol3 duties on Sunday as well as from
g4Ing riding He denounced card play
lug freely
The new isolation hospital near the
mouth of Emigration canyon is ready
IT occupancy Thursday evening the
Teh was applied to the old hospital
and It went up in smoke
r General William H Penrose a soldier
with a brilliant record and a citzen of
omlible reputation lies in a dying con
cihon at his home 108 Third street in
t this city Typhoid fever is the malady
that threatens to close a long and use
ful life
General Penrose has been a resident
of Utah for many years and is well and
1nnrably known throughout the state
S nle > his retirement from the army sev
en years ago he has devoted his atten
tion to mining and is quite extensively
interested in this business He is best
membered here as the commander of
t p Sixteenth regiment at Fort Doug
lu1 before the Spanish war
The generous firm of Auerbach Bros
die < not forget the orphans when they
dpi ided on a day of recreation for their
employes and patrons One hundred
and fifty tickets were sent to Kearns
Ft Anns orphanage and on Friday
afternoon the little tots got aboard the
train for SaJtair and enjoyed them
f = Ives as heartily as their elders The
grneroup act of the Auerbach Bros
Kill be charged up rn the right side by
the Father of the orphan
i omfort can enjoyed only by those
ithose money affairs cause no worry
To OP comfortably rich is an ideal
c ndition enjoyed by few and yet with
in the reach of all A steady income
from money Invested in safe securities
is a source of comfort and pleasure
When that income is sufficient to live I
on the possessor is as rich as anyone
can possibly be There is no need then
to work or worry and there is time
for the higher aims and pleasures of
L o Happily too such investments
Ire in the long run more profitable
thin speculations Our first mortgage
FP unties netting G per cent per an
rnm are the safest and best paying In
vestments in the world The investor
holds the security and we do the work
IMcGurrln Co investment bankers
Salt Lake City Utah
Mrs Richard OXeil will return to
li r home at Wells Nev the first of
litxt week
W J Halloran with his sister Miss
Halloran and the children return the
lirst of next week from Tellowstdne
Mrs M H Kervin and Mrs R G
Eiiith will be the hostesses at the
Country club today Saturday
Mrs William Manning OBrien and
thp children have gone to Manitou
Miss Edith Hale has returned to
Jams and Walker Salisbury are in
k > mountains enjoying a hunting trip
Misr > Annabelle ONeil of Park City
is visiting Mrs Mills at the St James
Mms Dennis Sullivan and the chil
den returned to Eureka last week
alUr a pleasant visit in this city with
f n ends
ms Felecita Duguet spent last week
at Upper Falls
+ S
Miss Meloy is spending a few weeks
S nt Lpper Falls
Miss Bessie Faddis and the Kearns
c ildren are visiting at the Silver King J
in Park City S
+ I
Mis John Donnellan and Miss Edna
Xtonm Han spent last week in Provo
Mrs Angela Kinney leaves in a few
d for Manhattanville where she
Vill rfenter school
Iivp Alire Foote Mill spend the corn
ing fall and winter in the east
P J Sullivan and wife of Bingham
Jut tion are spending ten days at Cas
li > a Springs
Mis Mabel and Master William Hunt
1 tV turned from a two months visit
to Huntsville
Dm Martin of Eureka was in the
r5t3 last week
Hosts of friends of J D Woad are
< 1 lighted to know that he is fast re
t jcring from his recent illness
James OConnor has returned from a
trip to Ogden
Dr and Mrs W J Friedman of
Denver and Mrs Henry Seigle of New
lork were guests of honor at a dinner
ruitv last svack given by Mr and Mrs
Jacob Bamberger
S Miss Nellie Cohen was the hostess
Ud nt a charming luncheon given last Sat
S ir urday In honor of Miss Graci fciUl1an
of Cleveland 0 Miss Agnes Ryan of
St Paul and Miss Edna Jacobs of Se
attle The young ladies who enjoyed
this altogether charming luncheon were
the Misses Edna Jacobs Grace McMil
lan Agnes RyanJune Bintz Florence
Grant Barkeley Richards Vcra Snow
Sadie Merrill Alice Foote Beatrice
OConnor Richardson May of St
Louis Gertrude Mayer Lillian Mayer
of Chicago Vera Lane Helen Bamber
ger Mamie Sappington Susie Sawyer
Margaret Ryan Farrell Julia Cullen
and May Brunton
Miss Elizabeth Clarnhan is visiting
Mrs D S Spencer at 155 Second street
Mrs Sinclair and Miss Sinclair enter
tained at cards twic last week The
Misses Bird Miss Sayre and little
Grace Bird assisted Mrs Sinclair and
Miss Sinclair on Yednesday morning
and Miss Bird assisted at the evening
Mrs J M Moore entertained at a de
lightful picnic last week at Liberty
park in honor of her niece Miss Breen
of St Joseph Mrs Moore was assisted
in entertaining her guests by Mrs
Breen Mrs Vose and Mrs Black
Emmett Moore has gone to Califor
nia to enter Stanford
Mademoiselle Rohrman and Miss
GIbbs who were engaged by Mr Need
ham manager of the dry goods depart
ment of Z C M I while on his recent
trip to New York as manager and
head trimmer for the millinery depart
ment have arrived in Salt Lake
Among the visitors at our sanctum
during the week was Geoffrey Lavelle
of Oakland Cal formerly of Butt
Mont Mr Lavelle departed for home
on Tuesday
Miss Agnes Ryan daughter of Denis
Ryan of St Paul and niece of Patrick
Ryan of this city accompanied her
cousin Margaret to Notre Dame Ind
last week
A Fred Wey of the Wilson hotel is
ill at the Holy Cross hospital with
typhoid fever
Mrs W S McCornick Miss McCor
nick and Miss Genevieve left during
the week for Now York They will
sail Sept JO for Aurope to ve absent
several months
Mr and Mrs O P Arnold jr en
tertained a large party on Monday
with a trolley rIteS
+ S
M H Walter has returned from a
I trip to California
Miles Finlen of Butte is spending a
few days in the city
Edward Ryan of Corinne spent last
Monday in Salt Lake
T J Lynch and M J OMeara came
up from Stateline during the past
I week S
The D O Calders Sons company has
been reorganized and at the end of
this year will take the name of the
Clayton Music company with N W
Clayton president D G Calder vice
president A L Brattain treasurer
and JJ McClellan secretary
Mrs Walter Lewis of Butte is visit
ing her mother Mrs S S Walker
sister M Geraldine who taught for
many years at St Marys academy
has returned to Salt Lake receiving
her obedience as teacher at Kearns St
Anns orphanage
Mrs W S McCornick with her
daughter Genevive left the city and
will go direct to Paris
Rev Adelhelm Odprmatt a professor
from Mount Ansral Ore has been vis
iting the city during the week He is
the guest of Mrs O J Salisbury
< i
Mr and Mrs Santchi of Castle Gate
were visitors to the city during the
week 4 I I
Rev D Faber of he archdiocese of
Oregon visited the city last week The
reverend father was en route to Texas
for the benefit of his health The fa
vorable impression produced by the
salubrious climate of Salt Lake in
duced Father Faber to stay and test
its merits If he finds the Utah cli
mate congenial and beneficial he will
spend his vacation In Zion
The promoters of the Secred Heart
League will hold their regular monthy
meeting next Sunday at 3 oclock
High mass will be resumed about the
middle of next month
The members of the Junior choir ex
pext to give an operatta early in the
Miss Rose Pergrosse of Kearns St
Anns Orphanage is presiding at the
organ at St Marys during the ab
sence of the regular organist
The month of September is devoted to
the sorrows of the Blessed Virgin
Mrs James Mara and Mrs Morrison
attended the altars last Saturday
Alice Townley Martha Warner Clara
Stephenson and Helen Townley all
from Kearns St Anns orphanage sang
the Benediction services last Sunday
I W dding n IIS 1
A lIce quiet wedding of the week
was that of Charles Martin and Kath
erine Murphy whicn took place on
Thursday afternoon at St Marys ca
thedral the Rev Father Curran offi
ciating The groom has been a resi
dent of this city for many years and
is well and favorably known among
hcsts of friends The bride is a stran
ger in this city and hails rfom Peoria
The Intermountin Catholic wishes
the young people every temporal and
spiritual success and Messing
The many Salt Lake friends of Miss
Eloise Shoebridge and J F OBrien
were surprised to hear of their mar
riage at San Francisco the other day
the event taking place at the home
of Mrs E L Sheets the brides sister
The bride is the daughter of Mrs Em
ma Shoebridge and has always lived in
this city The groom is very popular
among his business associates After a
stay at Los Angeles the couple will
come to Salt Lake to reside
I S Obituary F I
Mrs Maurice Lynch
Friends of Maurice Lynch in this
city are grieved over the news received
from Tonopah Nov this week and
heartily sympathize over the death of
his young wife Particulars are lack
Ing The young couple were popular
I in this city Maurice Lynch is the son
of J c Lynch Sc ea fed an oldtimer
well known in the palmy days of
I Pioche Nov Father ana another ire
buried in Calvary cemetfra alt Llke
and so is a brotheruiJaV Lanty
I OBrien Maurice Thomas and John
survive their parents AJ1 are onatrecI
in mining along with the OMeara
I brothers at Tonopah
The deceased was ftrmerly a Miss
Alice Emerson of Beaver Utah She
Was married to Maurice Lynch Jan 24
1S99 Father Kiely performing the cer
emony At this writing the body had
not reached Salt Lake and no time
for the funeral could be learned
New Superior For St Marys
Sister M Alexis who came to Salt
Lake in 1876 after an absence of sev
eral years returns to this city as su I
perior of St Marys academy The i
superior Is well and favorably known i
to all the old pupils of that institution i
All of the first graduates who received
their first diplomas were her pupils
She is no stranger to the old residents
of the city and surrounding country
As a teacher in all the higher branches
she was always successful whilst her
thorough knowledge of music rendered
her services at the parent house almost I
indispensible because or her distin
guished merit Under her wise and I
prudent guidance St Marys will add
fresh laurels to its widespread fame in
S the far west I
Catholic Order of Foresters
I The Catholic Order of Foresters has a I
membership of over 100000 with mem I
bers in every section of the entire
United States and Canada The order
owes its strength chiefly to the truly
Catholic position which it has taken in I
regard to the nationality question
since it in no way opposes the use of I
the languages spoken by its members
among whom we find not only descend
ants of Irish and German Catholics but
also Bohemians and Poles and French
I Canadians and in fact almost every
nationality in the United States The I
society is a Catholic life insurance or I
ganization and has paid out hundreds
I of thousands aye millions of dollars
to Catholic widows and orphans
Special Correspondence
St Marys school opens on Sept S
The high standard maintained at this
school for years past augurs well for
an encouraging attendance at the open
On Tuesday evening at the home of
her parents Miss Mary McDonald en
tertained a number of her friends very
+ S
Miss Frances Wilson returned from
Salt Lake Saturday
Mr Simon Frazer snd Mr and Mrs
J Cunningham and daughters Minnie
and Kathryn spent Monday at the Hot
Mr Joseph Sullivan spent a few days
in Salt Lake the first of the week
Miss Bessie Faddies and Senator and
Mrs Thomas Kearns and children were
guests at the King mine last week
After forty years in the United States
Mr John Oldham left here a few days
ago to visit his birthplace in old Ire
land He will be gone several months
The little daughter of Mr and Mrs
Hugh McGill was baptized Sunday aft
ernoon by Rev Father Galligan Mr
James Meehan and Miss Lulu Kelly
acted as sponsors
Mr P C Sullivan paid the metropo
lis a visit Thursday
Mr Harvey Malone visited Salt Lake
last week
Mr Clarence Carty intends studying
pharmacy and will leave for Chicago
Sept 3 to commence his course
S Mary Ellen was the name given Mr
and Mrs John Foleys baby girl at the
christening last week Mr Will Don
ovan and Iiss Mae Shanley were the
Mr Hugh McGill has been laid up
with a severe cold for the past few
Mr Michael Sammon made a business
trip to the city Monday
Mr Dan B Shields and Miss Estella
K Watson of Salt Lake spent Sunday
very pleasantly at the Hot Pots
Mrs John Thompson of Pearl Ida
is visiting1 here this week with her
Mr Michael Fitzgerald spent several
days recuperating in Salt Lak He
returned home Monday
Mr Edward Curtin returned from the
city Saturday
Mr David Coleman went to Eureka
Saturday to visit his family
The death of Miss Edna Roily which
occurred at Sweetwater Ore on the
ISth inst was a severe blow to her
griefstricken parents who reside here
Miss Roily was only 18 years of age
and lived here nearly all her life
makingfriends with all whom she came
in contact on account of her lovable
and happy disposition The remains
arrived here Saturday and the funeral
which was largely attended took place
from thefamily residence Sunday aft
ernoon The
sympathy of the
munity go out to the parents and fam
ily in their sad bereavement
James OConnor has returned to his
home in Salt Lake
Misses Ella and Celeste Conroy are
back from their visit in Iowa
The quarantine has been raised at
Huntsville the last case of smallpox
being pronounced cured
F J Hendershot will at once begin
the collection and classification of the
fruit exhibits for the Irrigation con
gress It is expected that the menage
rie idea advanced some time ago by
Mr McClurg will be carried out This
is to construct animals dragons ele
phants and the like out of some kinds
of fruits and display them in that man
Plans for establishing a new daily
paper in Ogden were pretty well ma
tured Wednesday nkrfSt at a meeting
held in the office of Attorney T D
Johnson The gathering was limited to
those who had been personally invited
to attend the meeting by the promoters
of the enterprise The subject was dis
cussed for about two hours but while
nothing was given out for publication
it was definitely understood at the
close of the meeting that a new paper
with Frank J Cannon as editor is to
be established probably within thirty
days A committee is to be appointed
within a couple of days to draft a plan
for the organization It is understood
that the paper will be an evening pupe
and that the company will probably be
incorporated for 50000
A civil service examination for the
positions of clerk and carrier will be
held in Ogden Nov 21
There are ten cases of typhoid fever
In Ogden that have been reported to
the health department
The OpHen sugar factory has ordered
the digging of beets to be commenced
on Sept 1 and will soon thereafter start
on the seasons run
II y
Eureka Reporter Aug 22
Mrs Dennis Sullivan and the young
est children Marcella and Emmet will
return from Salt Lake next Sunday
Mrs James P Dnscoll Mrs P J
Donnelly Mrs Frank Higson Mrs Pat
J I Shea and her mother MrsJ P Cronin
aie spending a few days at Castilln
Springs S
I Con J Hanifin Timothy Downey
I C E Huish Joseph Taylor and Wm
i Falrchilds drove out to Cow Hollow In
i West Tintic Saturday morning after
chickens They remained until the fol
lowing evening and brought in a nice
bunch of birds
Several persons 6f character and
good reputation in each stat one in
this county required to represent and
t advertise old established wealthy busi
ness house of solid financial standing
Salary 100 weekly with expenses ad
ditional I all payable in cash direct each
Wednesday tram head offices Horse
and carriage furnished when necessary
References Enclose self addressed en
velope Colonial 332 Dearborn street
Why It Is Inconvenient to Have a
Holiday Come on Saturday
fCliicaso Ncvs
It is inconvenient to have a national
holiday come on Saturday Especially if
one happens to be a householder For
the groceries clo e at JO or 12 oclock
andin hot weather with only an ordinary
sized 1 sl refrigerator the problem of housing
rrt fti lj l1 Jl
provisions F
for a Fourth of July dinner a
Fourth oC July supper a Sunday dinner
and a Sunday tea become a question of
inches and ice And the problem is com
plicated by the arrival of telegrams and
unexpected guest
Last Saturday morning Mrs Wilcox
welcomed two guests one of them ex
pected the other one not Still a dinner
prepared for six will do for seven Shortly
after they came she received a telegram
from some presumably dear friends an
nouncing their arrival in the city on an
evening train and giving the name of
their hotel Tin telegram required some
some sort of answer So Mrs Wilcox
called up their hotel that evening found
them there and asked the two of them
Out to Sunday night tea before she found
they had four in their party Of course
she strentched the invitation to include
the other two which gave her eleven I
supper guests
S Early Sunday morning she was called
up by the same friends They were so de
lighted to have run across in the hotel
rotunda Mr Freshing and Mr Smythe
The men had spoken FO kindly of the Wil
coxcs and wanted to call there as well
so in short Mr Freshing and Mr
Sm the were coming out to the Wilcoxer
to Sunday night tea and Mr Freshing
had a brother visiting him and was going I
to take the liberty of bringing him along
Mrs Wilcox dropped the receiver with a
slam when she received this last bit of
news Fourteen she ga < jed
With so many strangers the convenient
and everobtainable Dutch lunch would
never do The leg of lamb was fairly
large Perhaps if Mr Wilcox were suit
ably Impressed with the horror of the
situation she was facing he would for
once carve economically If he did there I
might be plenty of coid lamb left She
would give her dinner guests plain cucum
bers and save the lettuce and tomatoes
for the evening She would make some
sort of pudding for dinner and mix the
red raspberries Intended for dinner witn
the black raspberries meant for tea save
the cream for whipping to serve with
them likewise the cake
So she sat her two guests and her fam
ily down to a most moderate Sunday din
ner a dinner over which an air of con
straint hovered from start to finish Mr
WHcoxs feelings were hurt by the ex
treme definiteness with which his wife
had pointed out his deficiencies in the
mutter of carving Tommy and Elsie and
Bernlce had been so emphatically for
bidden to ask for more lamb that their
little souls were filled with fear of im
minent starvatoin
About 5 oclock Mrs Wilcoxs house
guests came to her just as she had fin
ished setting her table for fourteen and
declared their intention of going over to
the North Side for the evening for they
knew none of the guests whowere com
ing Just then her sister came In from
Evanston insisting on taking Tommy and
Elsie home with her So Mrs Wilcox
packed up their small belongings saw
them off with a sigh and went back to
the kitchen to lice the cold roast
Bernice came rushing over from next
door She had a supper Invitation which
her mother curtly alfewed her to accept
Then the telephone rfuig
We cant come tonight dear Mrs Wit
< ox came aver time hvire We arc so
sorry but we have aTbox at the theatre
tonight and you are so far out and Its
so > late to start for your house so Mi
Smythp wont come either nor the Fresh
ing boys
Mrs Wilcox drouped the receiver and
went out to view with flashing eyes her
table set for fourteen the huge platter ot
cold sliced lamb her salad her fruit
Half an hour later she and her husband
pat down at the kitchen table and had an
Interesting little meal S
Says Irish Land Bill Is a Precursor
S of Better Things
Chicago Aug 6Tohn F Finnerty
president of the United Irish league of
America has issued an address regarding
the land bill victory in which he says
Ireland in the passage of the land
purchase bill has achieved a brilliant
and also a substantial victory but the
greater victory is yet to be won As the
commercial reforms of 17SO preceded the
Independent Irish parliament of 1782 so
does the land purchase bill stand as the
precursor of the restoration of that parli
ament with uptoclatq reforms so in
famously destroyed by England In 1800
I nm in principle an Irish separatist
and will so remain to the last but I rec
ognize the benefit that must come to
Ireland by the presence of a native leg I
islature making laws for the Irish nation
In Dublin or some other great city of the I
island Total separation would call for
an Irish fleet an Irish army an Irish
treasury overflowing with golden mil
lions and at least one powerful ally
like France Germany or America I will
leave to the judgment of my fellow coun
trymen and fellow citizens how soon all
these requirements are either probable or
possible in Ireland The alternative of
an independent parliament Is an honor
able compromise but not a final settle
Death Rate at Lenares Mex Pour
S teen a Day
Laredo Tex Aug 26A letter was re
ceived here today from a responsible res
ident of Linares Mex in which he states
that yellow fever exists at that place and
that the death rate is now fourteen a
This information was given to the quar
antine officials both federal and state
of Laredo and they will take the matter I
up for investigation at once
Linares is a small town about three I
hours ride from Monterey The letter
further said that people are fleeing from
there in all directions as fast as they
can get out
Dr H J Hamilton United States ma
rine hospital surgeon received an official
notice from the governor of Nnevo Leon
I today saying that a double quarantine
had been placed between Linares and
Monterey that Is two detention camps
between those cities are established and
passengers from the Infected points must
run the gauntlet of being detained live
days each in both places
Dr Hamilton says there are many
cases of yellow fever at Linares and v ic
toria and that it Is increasing at those
I two points
William F Kirk in Milwaukee Sentinel
Abou T Lipton may his tribe Increase
Awoke one night from a deep dream ot
S peace
And saw an angel with a fountain pen
Scribbling upon a sheet of foolscap Then
Regaining his composure Torn sat up
And asked the angelic one to have a cup
Of his best tea The angel shpok his
Im on the water wagon now he said
Abou T Lipton waved his hand I se °
But by the way what wrltest thou
said he
The heavenly vision answered Well I
Here on this little sheet in black and
The man whose boat will get the needed
The winner in the cum ing yachting race
The gallant Lipton brightened up Pray
He queried does the name begin with
Im sorry said his guest 71t is a
But as things stand I cannot write your
T Lipton made reply Would I were Tt
But put me down as one who never quit
The anerel wrote and vanished The next
night >
He called on Tom again but not to write
Said he I have on this large handsome
A fine example of the angravers art
The names of some true sportsmenjust
the best
And 10 T Liptons name led all the rest
The Fascination of Trains
Philadelphia Press
Its funny how quickly a man will
adopt the customs of a place that is
strange to him said a man who has
just returned from his vacation
Go ahead said his friend Spin your
yarnWell it isnt exactly a yarn Ton
know I live out at Eii ins during the
winter Our house Is within a hundred
cards of the railroad and we have hun
dreds of trains thundering past each da
b t we have become so accustomed to it
that they dont annoy us In fact if 1
am reading out there I dont hear tOO
trains at all
Well about a month ago my family
took a cottage down at a little town
where the trains run through at the rate
of about half a dozen a day I went down
there to spend my vacation with them
The first day I was there we were sit
AU Hallows
Salt Lake City Utah
ii Complete Classical Commercial and
Scientific Courses Modern Lan
guages Postgraduate Course Private
Rooms The college will reopen
Sept 8 For Catalogue and informa
tion address
With a Mail Order If we dont
fill the order by return mail it jI j I
willl be because the trains I
dont run I
j I
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Prescription Druggists 1
Corner Opposite Postoffice I
i IIIIi 1iIL1
Straighten Up Old I
lan I
Its pretty hard for some I
of you but weve got
shoulder braces here that
will make you straight
and keep you so
Where the Cars
s If f I
Is much easier than only a few
years ago By taking advant
age of the new service on the I
Aperson can travel S whole days from S Salt Lake to
Chicago without change of Cars No trouble at all
C S WILLIAMS 106 West Second South St I
Commercial Salt Lake
Agent City Utah
ting on the back porch when We heard a
I train coming Immediately the whole
familywife and allmade a rush for the
I front of the house and stayed there until
the train had gone on its way Wlmen my
wife cattle back 1 asked
Expecting some one
No 5
1 Anyone on the train that you knew
Then why on earth did you rush to
the window to see the train come in
Oh I dont know Ae always do
I said nothing but it struck me as ri
diculous that ii woman who was as used
to trains as she is i should act like a vii
lTC gossip every time it train pulled into
the station And I found out that one of
the children was invariably at the sta
tion to meet each train and olIcct < a
enough small talk to last a sewing circle
for an hour or more
It made me mart at first but by gum
do you know T hadnt been in that Jl lae <
three days before I found myself doing
I the same thing The St1tr
bulletin board where yH1 r II rrt v I
I news of the day ln lat
I The Catholic church is th7
torica religion hat < hr 1
an i > 1
adapt itself to the wants Id i rn 1
day without virtually rr
f < 1 P tll
self It is the ho It
s > l only r II ix 11 th
keep its identity with < ut I s I
and keep its life wlthuu I
identity that ran enlars ir j = > t > hg iL I
hi lriE
without changing ihfin tht
always the same and 0 h < III I n I
I veloping i
Regard for petty thi fr
dwarf a mans ambition n 111
Ie J I
Provide for the ort
ap itself 111
5 S Th
J ii
Your only consideration Yon dont look im
curities below par because the arc cheap
The same principle should govern your pun hi
jag of the Furniture you buy for your houo Yu
should look for the Goods that will pay you the
I biggest dividends in satisfaction
We call your special attention to our spleiil
stock of Carpet Rugs and Draperies Nothing
t to equal it in the stat
H Dinwoodey
Furniture Coo
n r ti P G mn
1ioi > > r
f S S ill IffiIffi 2
Four hundred remnants beautiful waitings in plain whit
and olors in light and heavy weights These goods ar Al 1
ready marked at ridiculously low prices and en Friday we viii I
sell them at half the marked price
Our remnant table of table damasks is a wonder Give it a
n call and be convinced
Gloves Ladies kid gloves l25 and 150 values for 87 rents
14 Fancy stripes and polka dots 35 to 65 cent values for 27V Rli
A choice line of handmade collar stocks in various pretty
designs also a very few handsome atoll collars suitable for drs
suit or jacket
Values 500 for 3r 0 I 390 for 5SOO 5175 for 511 nni fr I
225 245 for 180 5400 for 510 550 for S75 275 frr >
S22T for 17r 520 for 121 250 for 190 74J5 for 230 3 71 for
275 3f0 for 250 000 forv3700 1500 for 11CO 11011 fr
12nO 350 for 275 and 1200 for S950
The above values represent a magnificent iT > e The rprlu tins
are emphatic and will be in vogue only during the week Ear
selections are therefore advisable
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w I 1 J f s
It Starts
MondaY9August 31stD
The Greatest Linen Sale
J4it H1 i l o n t loff lImI
Ever Held in the West l
Purchases Aggregating Nearly
Twentyfive Thousand Dollars
A display and sale so colossal so absolutely without parallel in the
past or probable counterpart in the future that it will create a sensa
tion more widespread than any other mercantile achievement for years
And this Economical Event of
The Greatest Interest I
To the Greatest Number I
When our great linen values and little prices will attract
the of this rale It comprises
sands who realize money savingness great
> rman1
the best products of the best ifnen mills in Ireland Scotland
and Switzerland whose goods werp bought before the recent adanC > 1
in linen prices bought in immense quantities for cash bought
S from the makers and shipped direct to us saving the recent
saving the importers an jobbers profit and
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