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LEHI FREE PRESS, LEHI, UTAH - ' TALES -- Many Buttons, the More the Smarter 2 OF THE Edith a CHIEFS L Watson WNL- a exriied and low, f'r a little boy or four year. Ilia Titl.er had btt'O out bunting bufraided tlie falo when Hit Cbryi-nne- s u:i:. He looked tiriiiily at the bodies of his people, mid thought that tud he been with lliein, they mii;!it Jstill live, lit". Ouray, tlit? warrior who had killed many S.uux. would have tilled the Cheyenne also. Then, a il.e hustle died down, and the mourning gathered fur council, it was noticed that several of them were missing. Tills explained the of Ouray's child; the Cheyeoaes Imd taken prisoners. Years passed. Ouray enlisted the Indian bureau to help him Hud this beloved only child, and had patiently followed every flew with nothing but disappointment at the end. Now a new hope bad risen: In Indian territory wag a lad who might prove to be hi stolen son. Jiih tim e zv i : 1 : v.v?;-1- i V ' one-piec- e d t loss again. one-piec- call for button? AUTUMN uiodes soma Whole battalions of them are ranging themselves on the new rrocks, couts and blouses. arc apt to park iiiowt anywhere, legions of buttons, maybe In a row up and down the front or They these prim back, or like as not diagonally across the bodice front or fastening the sleeve even up to the shoulder line or In ornamental groups. There's really no telling what course buttons are apt to pursue this season, for they seem to be having it all their own way as to when, where and how they shall be used. When you button that new frock, coat or blouse, be sure to button It In the once but now new fashioned way with honest-tgoodness buttonholes. It Is really the chic way of doing it. Crowd as many buttons Into space us you will, the more the smarter. " As to whether you button this or that up the front or dowu the back or vice versa, well, that Is really a matter of choice, although we must say the new woolen dresses and crepe blouses which button down the back are frnnkly good looking. The outfit which the modlshly attired young womun Is wearing In the picture, turn ing her back to us so ns to better dls play the buttoned fastening, bears out this statement. This ,1 has a peculiarly Interesting story to telL At first glance It might well dress or perbe taken for a haps a bkirt with a bodice top. It Is none such. What It really la. Is a dress and Jacket combination of novel design. To explain In detail, a bodice sleeves like Jacket with buttons up the back, or down. If you e prefer to have It so, over a rab same black of self made the dress bit's balr wool. The long sleeves be long to the frock. However, the point we want to make Is that it buttons up the back in latest approved manner. When it comes to coats a many but ton fastening gives them a decidedly new styling. The coat pictured has It is of beige buttons from woolen and the bow is of wide brown moire ribbon, pulled through a slot In the cape and then tied. Of course the wearer need not stop and meticulously button every button Into Its buttonhole. The ultra thing to do Is to fasten three or four casually at the waistline as pictured to the left in the picture. Even the sleeves are buttoned at the wrist and the cape likewise subscribes to the button Die Ouray traveled the long distance, he might find mark, which had been on his ion's body, was from this lad, and the Journey had been In vain. Ouray never men- his street ensera vogue. Which all goes to show that there ts absolutely no such thing as over- doing the button fad this seasoa What's more, every sort of button from the simplest bone types to the most gorgeous Jeweled effects are em- ployed When buttons are not actually used to fasten, they play a decorative role, one of the cleverest movements being the placement of buttons In a single row, outlining necklines and other edges. They are using button trims on hats, too. Velvet berets with buttons grouped on their crowns nn among the new Paris show ings. velvet-- covered (0. 1912. Western Ouray. linens toward them ; there was much to be learned from them, and their friendship was worth more than their enmity, In any case. After observing their mode of living, the cblpf evidently concluded that his position In the tribe necessitated a certain adoption of civilized ways. Accordingly, he had a carriage, In which he fjMvded In state, and lived like u white man. In a good house, with tables, beds and cooking utensils. He had a lurge easy chulr for himself, and when an honored guest was at his home, he brought out wine (though he did not drink) and cigars. t'hlH'tn, his wife, was a great aid to him In kwping up this state of things. She was as remarkable In her way as he was In his; adaptable. Industrious, a good manager, and, some say, even more Intelligent than her famous has spouse. Many nn his admiration of the excellent Vte woman, and averred that It was really sh who ruled, and that nn appeal to her often won mi otherwise lost cause. Discipline, also, was an indication of Ouray's rank, which he did not neglect. When he retired from the active life of a raider, his warlike spirit remained with him, although he was not tyrannical. As chief, It behooved him to be Just and firm, and disobedience to his orders might mean denrh. The I'tes, however, were a rebellious and people. They obeyed him fairly well, but an occasion came when he was powerless to control them. This was the "Meeker masspTe," In which the Utes burst all bonds of discipline, and their chief was powerless against them until their fury had subsided. For his efforts to keep peace at this serious time, Ouray was given an annuity of $1,000, so that when he died, at the age of sixty, he was perhaps SMART TOWN WEAR J.VT 4 48 it T--. , (. 1IJJ. Wtrn Newspar'' Union ) H Knew tha Signi "Welt, my wife's started housecloan-Ing.-- 1'lace torn " up. ch?H "Not yet." "Hugs In the ck yard?" "Then what makes you think she's tarted houfsecleanlng?" "She ordered two pounds of cold bolted ham this morning. a i Another favorite with the school and college set is the crew necked slipover, usually in hand knit effect, in solid color This is youthful and practical, and Is worn in color to contrast with the skirt. yvv h it Paris Sets Out Show h J Materials were never more versa tile cr novel or richly colorful than they are this season. The sentiment Is all in favor of tiinlit.v kind weaves coat dress skeirhed The to the left Is outstandiim. ihiIIi hs to its styling and Its material, which ts a patterned ronh spongy silk and Its lit wool weave called rogodura tie geometric pattern is unobtrusive It Is dull, thick drupj ly Interwoven. and delightfully lightweight very de slrable for high class street and shc The eonfrastiiid scart tator wear bit ot Hstrakhan 'Uiout collar has It which adds to its tone. The othei dress Is fashioned of a deeply peb It clev hied. luslerleKS heavy crepe. erly simulates. In Its styling, n mod lsh wrap around effect Trimming Is Confined to Parts Above Hips I'urls continues to confine all trim If any at all Is used to the portions or frocks or coats that are above the hips. The wide shouldered narrow hipped, long legged figure con tlnues to be fashion s Idea of the per fed silhouette, and clothes are de signed to either accent or emphasize these features. mlng "No." FALL BRINGS NEW NOTE IN SWEATERS culT. d 1 Newspaper Union. The vogue for suits this fall bas brought all sorts of new Ideas In sweaters in Its wake. Every woman who has a tweed or knitted suit wants to vary It with at least three blouses, and one of these Is sure to be a sweater. The latest In sports sweaters are gay plaids, combining the costume color with bright contrasting shades. These sweaters appeal to the school and college girl for you can't get too much color on the campus. They are very simply styled, for their guy patterns are sufficiently decorative without further elaboration. One especially smart one. In a bright green, red and yellow plaid, for wear with a greet, tweed suit, has a high crew neckline, fastened with three butIt Is finished at the waistline tons. with a wide ribbed band, and the slightly full sleeve has a tight ribbed j r the richest Indian In America. Every year, on the 2tth of May, a gathering of Utes at Ignaclo. there From their homes In Utah and Colorado they come, nil who are able. Ouray has gone to the cplrlt land; he Is no longer there to counsel and command thosn, but no year passes that they forget the memorial rites to honor him, their last great leader. ; mT hopUig and praying that lii child. Dut a certain I - Fifty and Fit m HAD been an unusually unevenITtful morning for Brian Kent, sitting de5k In one his at perfectly appointed offices. of his uncle's spacious a reBrian was getting Into shape have to him asked had port bis unde was Ouray was one of the most famous of western chiefs, and Justly so. Horn In 18:4), when the Ute country was still wild and Ute life primitive, he grew up amid warn with plains tribes, and became a spectacular and daring fijjhter. Hut the life of a warrior, while It developed In him leadership and a love for discipline, was not enough for a man of his mental energy and adaptability. As the white men Increased in the West, he saw the need of friend- - . m By AUCE DUANfi T!.; liitle t'te camp at l!.e head of II. .uiili' -- .n riw-- r was iu u luniix.L tioned Brian to the Rescue By CHERIE NICHOLAS OURAY liui.tiiig, of mine I of New Winter Modes are displayed In I'arls centers ot fashion with a form fitting silhouette as the last word In winter Ithick and colored styles. felt as trakhan are to he worn tipped over the forehead with virtually skintight clothes The new silhouette shows shorter skirts. 1L Inches from the ground, and nns plain bodices and sleeves. The skirts are emphasized by widened and padded shoulders, with the waistline high in front Hnd dropped decidedly Cossack tints in back Knitted stocking caps, with a high rolled rim, the outstanding headgear with sports wear 'Hie colors are smoke blue, hyacinth blue, cabbage red. geranium red and pumice gray. Veil Fits Tone of Chic to New Fall Fashions With net high pimhedln waistline sleeves, high neckllne.an f leg hat perched at a precarious angle, this fall every woman will want to Induce in her ecrei smhltinn to wear ell The ctHpieitish iwisslhilltle of the veil. part ot the KdwanJInn silhouette! are Irresistible There are a lot of new wrinkles, literally and figurative!) in the ne fall veils. ready that afternoon. bad Once or twice that morning be been on the ver-- e of interrupting this excuse to report business, finding an for a even so that dictate a letter short few minutes he could have had a reason to have his uncle's very at charming young secretary sitting the opposite side of his desk. But there was always a chance that his uncle might come in unexpectedly and the report was urgent. The steady dull drone of machinery vas becoming almost unendurable and then the low, throaty growl followed by the higb deafening shriek of the fire alarm. No special need for alarm, Brian quickly assured himself. After all. the factory people had probably been given specific Instructions for orderly exit from the building in such an emergency. The factory side of the building Brian knew was practically fire proof but this older section that housed the executive offices and the office staffs There was of wooden construction. was a sprinkler system and numerous fire exits, but even then things sometimes happen Brian quickly gathered up the papers strewn on his desk, crammed them into his coat pockets and dashed Into the large bare room where the typists and stenographers had their desks. Most of the desks were already deserted. Girls were hurrying across the floor to an exit beyond. He called to some who lingered and told them to go without delay. "Where ts Miss Mason?" he called to one of them. "She ran into the accounting department." the girl told him. Brian muttered an oath to himself and dashed forward to the accountMiss Mason was ing department. kneeling beside a small safe In one of the smaller offices. In a fraction of a second he reached her, took the papers from her hands, threw them in the safe and without wniting to explain lifted her in his arms. "What are you doing?" she asked, and then realizing that there was no alternative let her slender young bdy relax in his strong young arms. "There Is no terrible hurry," she told him, as he hurried down the hall. But Brian assured her that he was lie would have taking no chances. carried her down the fire escape If she had not so seriously objected. Instead he went down the stairs ahead of her. turning back at every step to assure himself of her safe descent. Alice Mason breathed a sigh of relief when she had reached the ground and realized that none of the girls had been looking on. "They will all be over at the other side," she told Brian, who stood looking down at her in a friendly, possessive way. "You had me worried for a minute," he said. "And don't you ever take time to put letters in the safe again." "But that's orders from your uncle," Alice said. "There's always the chance that a letter might be valuable so Just as a matter of drill we always do It." "Matter of drill !" Brian repeated blankly. "Always do It! What do you mean?" "Just that every time we have a fire drill we are supposed to do precisely what we would If there was a real V ' ; old is as A MAN as his organs. - - v - "VV ' V -- i first spoonful. That's all you need to drive away the dullness and headache of a bilious spell, and rid the system of that slow poison that saps your strength. It's better thaa a tonic for tired bowels, and unlike habit-formilaxatives you can take it freely or give it to any child, And it isn't expensive. Get some syrup pepsin today, and take a little tonight. Don't wait until you're sick to give your system this wonderful help. You can avoii those spells of biliousness or constipation. A spoonful every now and then is better than constant worry about the condition of your bowels, as you or fear of grow older. Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin protects the system. All druggists keep this preparation. or as young At fifty, you can be in your prime. Why go along with "fairly good health1' when you might be enjoying vigor you haven't felt for years? There's a simple little thing anyone can do to keep the vital organs stimulated, and feel fit all the time. People don't realize how sluggish they've grown until they've tried it. The stimulant that will stir your s system to new life is Dr, Caldwell most make will a It pepsin. syrup amazing difference in many ways. This famous doctor's prescription delicious syrup made with fresh herbs, active senna, and pure pepsin. 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"Oh. pshaw," Brian told her, "1 made a mistake and Incireally dentally let you know, ns you must know now. that I'm seriously Inter ested." "Couldu't we talk about that some other time?" Alice suggested. "Thnt Is I've got to get back in line to go in with the other girls" she was walk Ing away from him now "but I'm In terested, too." "Let's talk about It tonight at din ner." he called softly. ni cn yo() In for dictation and we can make So long, Alice' plans "So long. Rrian. Thanks for tht rescue. And next time there's to b a drill I'll let you knw." I a! 1 .fr , Because of Quick Dissolving Property Bayer Aspirin Starts "Taking Hold" 3 or 4 Minutes After Taking 1 Due to important, scientific developments in the world-famoBayer laboratories, almost INSTANT relief from headaches, neuralgia and rheumatic pains is being afforded millions. us Because cf a unique process in and tablcting. Genuine Bayer Aspirin is made to dissolve almost INSTANTLY in the stomach. 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