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,a.4. beard J terra ption. UNAFRAID. r4 -- J ' i i - Is .the nlfh(, ftiy brother Butubnghl the coming day. for dawn and sunrise 1 I fn-f- 'r ; ! GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMEN THANK . I - is impossible. you will see. When That as W-orse- Indeed, no, James cident. - came across "her it was by acSbe had not repented, but. was continuing her evil ways. That very her, and nigbt . retribution overtook she was stricken with some kind of malady. James took her to his home and summoned the best medical aid. but" it By Copyrighted, KINSIS 1903, by no avail. In with-maliciou- The Authors Publishing Company s ex- com- ing. was too much absorbed in her thoughts to observe his manner. When but he was denied. Lelia left . the city .and , , - half-sic- fought shy of her witching glances. To show and emphasize the Insincerity of her character, and its unattractiveness, the case of James was always brought up. He was one of those men quiet, reserved and intense who love' not often. He had met the woman, Lelia, some years before. A service he did for her cemented aii incipient friendship, which soon began to ripen Into somethin? more. James was slow and method ical, and he knew somewhat of wofn- en. With women of Lelias .type he was, however, not so familiar. Therefore it was that.1 he studied her long and carefully ere he committed self. 1 After belief persuading-'himsql- f -- into and, to break the suspense, asked: Well, what do you think of it? Pretty In. , , him- the. . - - 4 look-wis- d She flashed a glance at him that would have been a warning to a man of average intelligence, but Smythe did not see it. there was "Quite true, she said; such a man. What of him? Nothing of interest, nothing at alL I chanced to think of him In connec? tion with something I heard inflection. Yes? with rising . to-day- Something you heard set you to thinking of him? 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The next day James received a very hot and scornful note, which sent him about his business without hope of recall. He saw how it was, and made every effort to gain admittance to her WITH hills and daylight dies and yet again is born. fair. There lies a country wondrous the purple rim of mist that girds Beyond ; the valley down below There liesI a land I dreamed about, a to know; sentinel at land The stars longed stood Yet I dared , beckoned, - not dusk and TRIAL BOTTLE lO CENTS. go. soul came these hills a Across ' to a child and wandering ds It grew Nor It was as out a of bounds CATARRH Deafness, Nose and Throat Troubles EjeandE.tr Diseases, Brotichialand Lung Liver and Kidney Troubles, Am lima. Stomach, Diseases. Bladder Troubles. Female Com Diseases of Wonienand Childplaiuts. Chronic ren, Heart Disease. Nervous Diseases, Chorea, (St. Vitus Dance', Hlckets, Spinal Trouble, Skin Diseases Sciatica and Hlieuiuatisra of the Bowels. Files. 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P. 0. smoked his cigar 74V& minutes, while at all, denied Algernon, ignor- none other the records competitors of AND THEATRICAL But, dont you know, was over one hour. MASQUERADE TUMES FOR RENT COS ing the thrust. MUSIC CO. 3 on it was something that cast a light SEND FOR CATALOGUES AND PRICES. PIANOS FOR $190 he paused ex I $350 ORGANS something he did LAKE COSTUMING HOUSE SALT ' Golden Sands. FOR $75 $150 'PHONE 706. 67 STATE ST., SALT LAKE ClTT pectantly. months twelve Yarmouth,' Eng., In Lelias face was a mask, and Alger3 SHEET MUSIC revenue of about10,000 PIECES PER 2,S59 3 FLORIST non could not read her COPY . . . . AT lO CENTS thoughts. derived abeach. PHONE 961 of sale sand The and its comfrom 3 Something that he did? she and Immortal Work a Specialty. Floral Designs and 504, 4 payments Ad Cut Flowers in Season. SEND FOR CATALOGUES. mented, tentatively. What can it all shingle produced ALT LAKE CITY. for the right to place stalls on the MAIN ST. mean? S. 36 GoGcaltar Music 700. Fergus Dont you know? he said desper- beach a SALT LAKE CITY. Of that that woman he was ately. 3 Vaccination. Compulsory seen with on the street mTTmt7TTmT7TTTTmmTTmnnmTmTim Three vaccinations are now compuOh, yes, she made answer, as if first must France. The be to her. There lsory in it all was now clear was such a woman. made during the first year of infancy, Elite Watnmonial Journal linon'lnl r. or per copy to your .mv er She wasnt exactly nice, you the second in the eleventh year, and Mnrrv with phuws. Lilt j Bub. Co,, P.0. 1S2. .Ba.tur.ore. Kd. year. the third in the twenty-firs- t know, he blundered on. Not known and turn over and capacity. This is a very comgreatest exhaustion. mon sight and is almost always due to pelvic catarrh. It is worse than foolish for so many-wometo suffer year after year with a disease that can be permanently cured. Peruna cures catarrh permanently. It cures old chronic cases as well as a slight attack, the only difference being in the length of time that it should be taken to effect a cure. If you do not derive prompt and satisfac- tory results from the use of Peruna, write-a- t once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. . knew her, he promptly aked her. to marry him. To his sui1- W'- ,'j )Tf e r v. prise and her own 'as well she ac Even ;her enemieg&atd she was'beau- be on him that condition wait cepted tiful. so long a9 she might see fit. No lover her not to be understood. was laugh aca such even refuse could qualified 'Algernon ' hifiisnlf attempted t6 ceptance, so they Were engaged. when St told him, but it All went well for a year, so far as was a dismal friend, ' failure. He was rich, Lelia was concerned James was very fair looking, descended of a family careto her in his obedience docile content to. spell its name Smith, and fully veiled commands, and wa3 equal- of average character; therefore, it is ly meek in allowing her to do as she not strange that the rumor was curchose. Then, one day, the heavens rently credited. fell, and James was never the same It was during a call that Algernon man afterwards. made on her when the heavens fell It came about in a very simple man- for him. He, poor fool, unconscionsly ner. Lelia put James off one night, knocked out the props himself. . with but the skeleton of an excuse, That day he had come upon an exand went to the theater with another planation of James behavior the night man. James took it all in good part, on the street. It savored enough of and said nothing. That night, in re- the disreputable to be a delicious turning, Lelia and her escort passed morsel for his palate. Besides, he had a man and a very shabbily dressed a secret fear that the woman had not woman on the and wanton-faceand he was James, yet forgotten street. The two strove to pass with- eager to so poison her mind that her out having their faces seen, but they heart would forever cast out the likefailed to accomplish this. One swift ness of the man she had once loved. glance revealed it all to Lelia. With So it was that Algernon dug his little pitfall and coaxed Lelia to cross it. Dont you remember that fellow ah let me see, what was his name? Yes, I have it James. Dont you remember him? - . a that-h- Algernon rough on James, isnt it? reply the woman arose and opened- the door leading to the hall. Then- she turned her great eyes upon him In dazzling scorn. There! she said, pointing to the door. ? You had better go home. Top mischievous little cur, and if I are werp a man I woifid-in--- tfertish you! dead consternThe man stared ation, not believing his ears. Before he could compose-- , an answer,, however,. he was left, alone in" the rom, and the sound of 'Lelias light steps came back to, him as.shq ascended the . stairs leading to her .room,', That night she wrote a very: apolo- to James, begging getic; little note him" to come to see her next day. And James came. -- y. Then he paused, she asked: was gone for What was she to him that he months.' James continued the dreary should do that, and take it so to heart, routine of his life, and strove to for- as you say? . get that all the light and gladness of Female Weakness is Pelvic and there was an impressWell," it was no. more. , she was his wife! ive pause, When she returned James chanced Catarrh. His wife! cried Lelia, unable to to pass her on the street. She was check the cry of astonishment. Awith Algernon, and he spoke to them, , overshadowed. Mways Half Sick are the Women nodded in a satisfied manner, There was a woman in Algernons but they cut him dead. A great rage lgernon said: Who Have Pelvic Catarrh, and then town with whom he was well ac- and sorrow filled his heart, so he she was his wife. He marYes, Catarrh of any organ, if allowed to proquainted. This woman well, even her passed on without further ado. ried her when he was a young fellow. Meantime the gossips of Lelias set She had it in her blood, and went to gress, will affect the whole body. Catarrh enemies said she was beautiful.- Algernon loved her with the unreasoning had it that she and Algernon were to the bad. Then they parted. Later he without nervousness is very rare, but pelvic catarrh and nervousness go hand in hand. She heard that she was in the spring. love that is the love of fools, and be married dead, and did not What is so distressing a sight as a poor sometimes of strong men. In her par- laughed when it came to her ears, but know better until he saw her on the nervous woman, suffering from flirt ticular circle she was known as a street. Algernon sank back in his the many almost unbearable symptoms of and coquette. Men who distrusted that he had done well. pelvic catarrh ? She does not consider herchair, satisfied their ability, along with having a cersome minutes Lelia was silent. self ill enough to go to bed, but she is far For tain regard for their peace of mind, The man finally became impatient, from being able to do her work without the presence; naturally I Lelia Algernon Barkdale Smythe was known locally as a snob. Some little sense was credited to his account, but his debts ran high. " A great many things were unknown to him, hut one fact stood out so clearly in his feeble brain that what others he chanced to burdened with were quite woman I a few Algernon waited pectancy, for he knew what was GOUCIIE. that a to trjr Peruna. and promised good re- suits" if I, would persist a:.d taka it reg ularly,. I thought' this was the least could do and procured a lo.tio. I knew as soon as I began tailing it that it was affecting me differently from anything I had used before, and so I kept oft taking it. I kept this up for six months, and steadily gained strength and health, and whdn I had used fifteen bottles considered myself entirely cured. I am. a grateful, happy woman Miss Muriel Armitage. Peruna cures catarrh of the pelvic organs with the same surety as it cures catarrh of fhe head. Peruna has become renowned as a positive cure for female ailments simply because the ailments are mostly due to catarrh. Catarrh is the cause of the trouble. Peruna cures the catarrh. The symptoms disappear. wgeks sheto was dead. Jamesall was mqst her during it paid1 all devoted the expenses, and had her interred in the family burying ground. They say he took it very much to heart. ERROR OF JUDGMENT ' AN was of think shrinks from making her troubles public, but restored health has meant so "maclr to me that I feel for the sake of other suffering- women it is my duty to tell what Peruna hns done for me. I suffered for fi years with uterine , irregularities, which brought on hysteria and made me a physical wreck. 1 tried from the different schools of debtors meciicine, but without any perceptible change in my condition.- - In my despair I called on an old nurse, who advised me is It lgernon saidthat.triumphantly. worse. than eles .I Miss Muriel Armitage, 36 Greenwood Ave , Detroit, Mich., District Organizer of the Royal Templars of Temperance,in a recent letter, says : them up, repented of he? was readmitted to the past misdeeds, now and fold, they live happily and honorably. It is an old story, apd quite commonplace. But this did not turn out so, A- - AFTER YEARS SUFFERING. old ho, me she banted ... THEIR OF FOR PE-RU-- RECOVERY Wait a minute, interrupted Lelia; T can. finish it for you. They came, to tills place, but she had preceded them. When she knew of their arrival , : - disdainful- $ fterwards they left their came to this piace .Lnd the time "is hever far away. Im watching here in the valley To catch, the first glad rift t In the night clouds hanging over Gray clouds that soon shall lift. Whenever night shades are deepest Then loudest is my song. In the shadow of the valley Hope speeds toy feet along. Xye, deed Is! the. night, my brother, But bright 'the' coming day;-nthe; time for dawn and sunrise Is never far away. Henry G. SVarnack . In Los Anj . , iHerald.' was the She- - was once of a fairly respectable family, pursued Algernon, fegain-In-g confidence, "b,ut, she she fell Then she left her home,' and hep peo ' pie f cyrgot that she ,had ever lived. A- s So deep . so, - " I BOX ....