i TriE MORXIXO EXAMINER, THE EXAMINER STORMS AND THE LAKE. The weather mu hat anotkar gue. toaoi-low- . Hla ftNHrt la fair today So it was yesterday and th day before, but every day ha haa woald ba a sorted of aanahina. rain or mow haa fallen. Evidently tha alemanta ara not behaving aaeording to any fixed rulea of baroaiotric yraifuot and high anl low araaa, hut ara baooalng aa ul d hall-mar- old BMid In lova far Tha vaaiher fo gidly tha Irat aad tha wanthar maa la aa unreliable gwida to wind and atom. aa try in no vital part-- Tbo groat inrelead power of this country h sources for csoTyiug on war the Japanese oould not reach. Besides they would not dura enter our ports, exposed as they would be to guns and submerged mines. Nor could they even approach the ponm They would find American warships an entirely different sort from Russian or Chi ness. American naval gunners are the moat espert in the world, not executing tho Japanese, and they have brave fighting blood in their vein. The Japanese are too wary to be Ignorant of these traits and of the efficiency of the American navy. But they im that if they ebuld catch the United SUtra unprepared for war in the Philippines, raise those Islands and fortify themselves, they could put into country to tremendous disadvantage. To dislodge the Japanese might cost this country enormous guantltir ef blood end treasure, and n faction would spring up nt home, declaring he cogt not worth while. It would aerm, therefore, that the Jap wears a chip on bin shoulder because ba knows the unpreparedaws of the United Slates to defend the Philippines. This country will esUblith fortifications In the islands nt onus, however, and then tho greed of the Jap for those islands will have proper check. There ia good reason to believe that there would he no war talk at all If it were not for the Japanese itch to possess the Philippines and the notion that the United States, being for distant. oould not well defend them. Besides, tho Japanese having taken the measure of the Ruselan white race, Imagine the American white race made of similar stuff. on aoeonat of creed they deliberately repudiate tha teachings of Jefferson, the greatest Democrat the continent of North America has ever known, Southern Democrats demand tho right and yet they of local vote to deny that inalienable right to the people of Utah. Idaho and Wyoming. If Smoot obeys the laws of his country, why should the Democrats of Texas say to tho elect or of Utah: of your "The theological senators ara obnoxious to us. Kick the fallows out and alert men of ether eonsti-tutio- a religious denominations.' Tho of tha rotted States guarantees freedom of conscience, freedom of worship and freedom of thought. Jefferson drafted that constitution, and followers spit noma of his upon it today, and yet they call themselves Democrats. an tiM so-call- For tnoatha tha precipitation haa bean greater than tha fall of motatire In an equal length of Unia In tha part, within tha aieatory ef tha oldeat aad that gaaa back to tha AljL HAVE THEIR TROUBLES. The worrimenta of tha people of n city are eat forth by the editor of Tha precipitation haa been ao heavy the North American Review in this that Grant Balt Lake, the aubject of meditation on tho misfortunes of tha many article. not morn than taro citizens of New York city: yearn ago, aU tending to prove that Wo wonder tha people throughout tha lake weald dlaappear within n de- tha country areif na glum aa those who boon haa cade, la now higher than it have their being in tho great city in yaara. Whan tha Bio G rondo whore it is our misfortune to live. Weatorn waa built from Salt Luka to Here everybody rich man, poor man, nun appear deprwaed. Tha Ogden, nt Farmington tha road curved thief alone, according to tha newapa-peto tho coat ho order to conform to tho is blithe and gay: 11 others chore Bno of the lake. Two yean ago abide in na atmosphere, if not of Groat Salt Lake' watera were auarrc-l- gloom, nt least of meditation, tinctured visible at that point. Now the with discontent. Everybody is cross tb merchant, Ua, because water has rioen and he ia obliged to tnnact more hundred n yards business upen n closer margin of taster ohara wKhin of tha Bio Grande tracks nt Farm- profit; the banker, because high ratea for money do not counterbalance a ington. sense of Instability; tbo broker, betree-ti- e Ogdaa-Lnd- n of the Soar .The cause only tha elect make gains la a was placed far above tha aurfncu declining market; tho manufacturer, of tha lake nt the time of building, because the greater cost of material enbwt If tho atrannis that food tha lake and higher wages exceed the . hanced value of hie finished product; WALL STREET AND THE floods into the continue to poor thaiy. the miniater, because hie Bock in sinInland sen as they have for n month ful and indifferent to the needs of hie paat tho engineers of tha Harrlman family; the directors of great IndusTelegram: The New York Herald ie lines will begin to eonalder tha prob- tries, because further expansion official hg a timely article on Wealth and at fright by capital's estopped lem of adding n foot or two to tha activities; women, because the land- Wall Street" height of tho roadbed sc roes tha sa- lord, grocer and buteher absorb tha It speaks of the walls over Wall increase in income and more, leaving line watera. the loudest, by tho way, emastreet, Whan Harrlman wan informed that lese than ever for plumage and fine no It goea throughout the nating from those that sold the other and raiment, Grant Salt Lake would some day ho list. follows' securitise and want to get much higher, ao much ao na to threatthem beck ebeap." en to inundate tho mighty place of HOLD THE PHILIPPINES. There la n great deal in that Who work ha waa then prosecuting, ha thoee innocents on Wall street unThe fortifying of the Philippines ie replied that the lake could not HU load what they think U wildcat fur the an move essential toward preserfaster than ho oould build, and ha waa $4 and it steadily advances to l, nnl ia That vation with of Evan Japan. peaoe though the lake right. find out that it te a mine, theu to increase la depth at the rata a view generally accepted. The Port they they begin to bowl about the danger atwould laud Oregonian aaya Japan recorded in the put twelve months, of la mining etoclu, and by dealing the railroad people can hoop out of tack the Philippines, in caae of war which are familiar to them, beat ways It if could with United the States, and roach of the advancing waters, adding ft down until they can load np again. embankments wllli wroet thorn away would probably then to tho Then the Herald tarns te the bnsl-nea- e assume the defensive, thus challong each encroachment of tho lake. of the oountry generally, and If this downpour in not noon end- ing the United States to dislodge tho finds all business la that ed, tb dry farmers of Uah will Japanese from the Philippines or to tercets are mostlegitimate satisfactory, showing th President laugh at Irrigation and tha Irrigator give up. Realising this, an unpneodsated inoreaae In the will ba paddling over their rani aetata ia getting reedy to defend the Philippines ns soon na possible, with forte oonntrya real wealth. In boats. Then It el toe a cane of a manager and guna, far which oongrsee baa apn certain store, whose bookkeeper of NOT A RO LOAM I ST. would propriated ll.4IS.000. Japan at tha end of tho your that reported so not risk n Sort for from probably waa there n slight deficit Then he Tlmm-HeralA home aa the Western const of the Dallas, Tessa: tho order: Mark up the prico gave likeshould bo American The United Sutee. punished, polygamist ships wise n bigamist, but Smoot of Utah, Is would be greater In fighting power tickets on nU goods 10 per cent," and not n polygamist sad never has been. than any float Japan oould send to then tho business looked good again of tho these wstsrs. BealJea, if hostile ships on tho hooka. Wien the representative Bo it says when a dealer can borman should come, they could hit thla coun- Darn oors tio party strike down row easily and buyers ars eager, the man on Wall street marks hla goods often abovo their valao, but when competitors prana him and it ie not All far TMs Blessed Und foe Cy aid Praise Dr. Pierce's to borrow money, then be hue to Medidaet easy Family sell for what he ran get. and dealers Qratltade Prompts This Seal! moot In Fever ef are squeeied. They have been mark. Dr. ing their goods too high on Wall 'and to recommend Dr. Plerce'a HadId nee, afreet, end some are being called have friend or laved one has been cued, by down, but the great baslnue of the IjotMA RataraUy, a ecaae'of gratitude prompt such person io couiltry moves on with Dr. Pierre's medicines to other afflicted once. steadily inNotwithstanding trine base bean on general rale, in drag and medicine stores, creasing profits and there la no occa two deeadee, yet their rale continues to' grew as It eoald net ware sion for men who have been doing of more than ordinary merit base attacks hive aometimee bean made upon Dr. Pieress medk- - legitimate bnslnens to be worried. It says that there Ie nothing alarming porerily Injured their rale, as la the ease of the mslictoueJy, i and Bbefoei article published in 1804 in the Ladies' Hen's fiam Europe and nothing alarming liladelphin, yal their rale ia greeter today than ever. The pab-papwan brought to account and lodgment obtained egaieat here. It escribes the rarefit troubles on uonoe of their malicious article concerning Dr. Pierce's Favorite falsity of he Citwnmii were ItWW'SW lit Wall street to the bear movement inMe tended to break down stocks that the sueKopon Dr. Fierce decided to Mae n bold step ami pubiiah to the whole bears might load up again. n foil Hst of the Ingredients entering into bis medial nos, and this With the coming of spring, with all hie mi tradacora and vindicated both tha Doctor and fietol confounded cum. la eonaeqoenoe, hie medioinea have enjoyed a popularity and the signs of the earth and of the nlr la sale of late, amounting almost to a boom, tnd ft it believed that this all right, there ia no reason why the greatly Increased demand la due largely to the fart of Dr. Pierres open, honest way of treating hie patrons and patients by reposing confidence In thorn who general business of the country nhouli tnut in him and hi medicines. Ho has no secret to withhold fmui them, not go on Just na strongly and ufely lie publishes tho composition of his medicines openly and above hoard, so that and with Increasing profits aa It Jld nU who am them may know ei astir what they are taking. Tbits ihay ara placed M e dost oil If fhraisslest end cannot be considered as etier secret or last year. The only cloud that we can see Ir. patent medicines, fur Mcy era in fleet ttsUKtr. WHAT THEY CURE. Feeds often esk the eky ie the railroad cloud. We are What do Iv. Piere twa Wdlns Piirae'. F.wtwthnnaanJ afraid that the great lines cannot gel 'OqUlrs Medical DUwivery and Slim, s It auly by 'Favorite Prassrlptfoa emit of uesoKrifod Lwtiinontalf eentributed by the money needed to make the ImBriefly, the answer Ie that Onidm grateful pstkMiis whs have been cured by provements required and that this conMwUraf Dlsrovejw l wnLi.l ui.' It ef leuenrrhne, painful periods, irrag ular-itlef most form vs. or Tii.i.pyrpkf- awl t.inlr or gestion of freight is liable to lest proiegsiis kr.d ethar dferlarvaienta, .'f 4m1l.su ri rnsEy gywtVt niraratioa sf ntsrus and kiudred tffne- - through the eenson. 111 Mona, si tea after tnray cth mWffil nBunvnnwwU"; toe nasal portages, had frttod. d throat, bronchial tabes, stomsrl nubowele alojjnm THE NEWSPAPER MAN. and bladder curies a large percentage of wholly mads np from tl.emedicines era lyrerle ex starrhal eases wbethsr tha disease eJ treorn ef eativa, ntedMual foots, found nasal passage, the throat, in onr American forseu. The Baltimore Newt: By some tradition processes lai bronrhim stoatauh (ns cate:rrhsl employed la nauefactar e old a printing, the man who writes sis its diarrhea), original with Jhali Pfori-e- , end they ars or othw organ. aarried on by iliilfed elicmisie and n haw must have other than a pecuniary moEven in the chronic or i jpehrlc stages and ef those tffsctUms It is g built tive. Perhaps the Idee and tbe pracf act the SuSrai sfiscUnsetires. fuljn are tice rest On the theory that It would Medical Diseevery Ms without doubt, the most seooeutul senstituUonsl wmedy for isrmfUl. kaUtormisV driTgs. A In'S spoil the men who Uvea by his pen all forms of catarrhs) diseases knows to rt their teerodmeta to printed on seek to be fot and sleek. Big pay would modern medical Manor. In ohnmle ef their They art both made Nasal Catarrh Dr. Passe Catarrh Baarndv of such wrappers. newra medMeal roots as have exterminate ike broad. All tbe seme, fluid should be weed ter washieg ana received the strongest endorsement end the modern reporter i an ambassador elMtiutiif ent tbe nasal passages while retro for thsir carstlvn virtue from te an the powers that be if without he oust writers ea Muerio r effseta Aadira In prrmiuht this What to said of the purple of his office. He to th suss. This their sower to emmtry. care several diseases confidant of the great, but must umbined loral aad general treat meet will for whisk the eretheadvised keep may be his trust ee can a very terpe percentage u( tha worst a matter of course and r. your ease ef chronic easel catarrh, no matter andaddrws fir. R. V. lTeitrialo, with no special gratefulness from anyof how many yean' standing they may bn V. Yi, for a toHril booklet which ho has body. He is tbe daily companion of containing onpiou extracts jcmpnra, from numarou standard medical boohs, the mighty, but must put on no lugs. tilted aa eutharitlas by He la patronised by his intellectual ns ef the several schools of women. It it a powerful, yet gantly actfor tkeirgvHdaamita oreseribins. It Inferiors, but must give no sign of his ing, In vlgoraWng tonic and nervtas. For to rn't re A pastel raid roqwset weak, worwouL women no win brieg It martyrdom to the superiority of IgBatter whafhas aansrd the braak-dowYea dont have te roly solely epon the norance. The glory that he makes for Favorite Prwcrlpt;ou" will be found nvamifacMrsr'i aa te the power ef sey-eovt effective la bellding up the strength, Dr. Pleceri medicines to rura. as with others is not for him. He must t regulating the wecuely functions, other medlainea sold tkrOwch anigsiwtoi tameless, nameless and content. tad pain bringing shout a healthy, Ton have Die dfstnterosied trotiaaoay of strong, vigorous seadlCen ef tha whole a hoot of aa leading medics! writer eytiem. ead EASTER IR FOURTH WARS Dr. Pisrao believe that onr Amavteea teeti upon forests abound in most vataaUo mdl-elnbe trnl swiOviv fo-roots for the care ef most rf The epec-ia- l lnXero(i. Bwter program at the , eUUnsto end most fstel dtarasss. if Dr. florae' Fleeseat Pellets sere Fourth Ward Sunday school is as folstipe tlon. Oonstipetina to the cerae ef lows: many diseases. Caro tho causa aed roe Solo. 'Face to Face" Master Dacure the disease. One Pellet I a patio laistive. and two a mild esther- vid Goddard. Dragfles sell fise. rai nothing An Easter Hymn" Miss Soi- - year 1117. - r, . oon-tlnn- cut-off- 's HOSTS OF OOOD PEOPLE er msd-Irin- U?-i- urtr. se tlfd f werid-fame- psfi V gipgyas8m ul over-wnrs- e n-s- sub-dai- al - ortptna livra iavtsorm BBS Uw. foal kio Net toes to the Imlletod. I unparalieM snrae It to eeratsntiy mtl- - tiny sugar nf many peenUra edero a mUj. scWMSL il roeatod. They saw sreeejee eeey to lake Belnap. Addrews. The Resurrection" Mr. Fret Foulger. olo. "Joe. Smith's First Prayer" Mr Omen Griffin. t POPES, rTAn. BATCHDAY, MARCH 30, 1907. IS Prisoner glZenda ne have w strong an organisation that they can continue tha nao of indigestible foods for years, but tbo tim comes and that nasally ia hir c--b stomach fails to respond and Ufa when tho worn-othat they are seriously they awaken to the fact diseased. As n rule, it ie n rate practice not to pat into tho stomach anything that in not nocxfoUng and easy of digestion. a. ; ut ANTHONY : HOPE CesesiSfiied. 10. UN. tar Harr ....PRICE'S Holt to 44HHHHH4H4WIHHfiH44MtMlimH14IH. CHAPTER XIIL wlN tbe miming of the day after 1 1 that on which I awere my rath ax siast tbe Six I gave cartels orders and then rested in greeter contentment than I had known for some time. 1 was at work, and work, though It cannot core love; to yet a narcotic to it Bo that Sapt who grew feverish, marveled to era me sprawling la an armchair in the sunshine, listening te one of my Maude whs sang me amorous songs in n mellow voice and induced In me n pleasing melancholy. Thus was I engaged when young Rupert Hentxaa, who feared neither men nor devil, and rode through the demesne, where every tree might hide a marksman for all be knew, as though It had been tbe park nt Btretonu, centered up to where I lay, bowing with burlesque deference end craving private ieech with me in order to deliver a message from the Duke of Btretoau. I made nil withdraw, aud then ha said, setting himself by me: The king Is in love, it seems." Net with life, my ford," raid L 'Balling. , It to well," he rejoined. Come, ve are alone. Rasaendyir v I rose to n sitting posture. Whats the matlerf he asked. I was about te rail one of my gentlemen to being your horse; my lord. If do not know how to address tha king, my brother must find another messenger," Why keep up tho farcer he asked, negligently dusting hie boot with hie jn glove. Beoaoee K Is net finished yet and mraawhll Ill rbooee my oam name. Oh, eo be It! let I spoke In love for yen. for Indeed yen ere a man after my earn heart. Serin my poor honesty," said L maybe I am. But that I keep faith with men end honor with women, maybe I am, my lord. IJe darted a glance at me, a glance of anger. "Ie your mother dendr said L Aye, rite's deed." Bite may thank God. raid L and 1 heard him curse nte raftly. Well, what's tbe mesas grT' I eeutlnued. I bed touched him in the raw, for alt the world kuett be bed broken hie mother's heart and his airy manner was gone for the moment Tha duke offers you mere than I be growled. A baiter for would, you, sire, wee my suggestion. But he offers you safe conduct across the frontier aad a mIRiea crowns. I prefer year offer, my lord. If I m bound to oue. Ten refuse?" Of course. I told Michael yen wonKL And tbe vl lisle, bis temper restored, gave me the enenlest ef amtlea. "Tbe fact to. between ourselves," he ran tinned, "Michael man. dossal n gentle- cadet-stan- I began ta laugh. "And you 7" I asked. 1 do. he said. "Well, well, the halter be It" Pm sorry you went live to era It I observed. s Hi hla majesty done me the honor to fasten a particular quarrel an me? I would yon were a few years older. Oh, God gives years, but the devil I ran gives Increase." laughed he. bold my own." How Ie your prisoner? I raked. The M- WHEAT FLAKE CELERY I have known in my life. My friend wese oome thirty yards away. Rupert railed to n groom ta bring him his horse end dismissed the fellow with crown. Tho horse stood near. I stood still, suspecting nothing. Rupert made as though to mount Then he suddenly turned to me, hie left band resting on I hie belt ble right outstretched. Shake hands, he said. I bowed, end did aa he had foreseen I put my hands behind me. Quicker then thought his left hand darted out nt mo and e small dagger flashed in the nlr. He struck me in the left shoulder. Ilnd 1 not swerved it had been my heart. With a cry J staggered back. Without touching tho stirrup he leaped upon hie horse end was off like ea arrow, pursued by cries end revolver ehotethe last ee useless a tbe first and Z sank into my chair, bleeding profusely, na I watched the devll'e brat disappear down tbe letig avenue. My friends surrounded me, and then 1 feinted. f 1 suppose that I wu put to bed au there lay unconscious or half consoler for many horns, for it was night when I awoke to my full ml A and fonm1 Frits beside me. I was weak an : weary, but h bade me be of goo-- . cheer, saying that my wound wou'.i soon heal and that meanwhile all ha gone well, for Johann, tho keeper, liai fallen Into the snare we had lald'fo: him and was even now A tbe house. And the queer thing to, pursue Fritz, "that 1 fancy hes not altopethe sorry to find hitnwift here. Tie seems t. think that when Black Michael off his coup, witnesses of how It was effected -- raving, of course, the Blx themeelvee will not be at a by tbe digestive powers and sup-pliabundantly tbe nutritive wants of all perm of tho body. Patetahta WiiliWrae Easy ef Digestka and rase ta e CastossrsritoL Fsl h tat raafw foe atoms; werothtoiira ufc h orally converted Mf Jtisaai AUG REAL ESTATE BARGAINS Are rather waree at the present time, but am of. fering you au opportunity to secure some choice Ogden property ut reasonable figure. Whether you want a houae to live in, or something a an iuvent-rnenthe price, location and term will uit you, Let me tell you about theae a well as the many other properties I hare for sale: 7 fine lot on the corner of SOth and Quincy; sewer tax paid; f250 to $300. 205 ft. by 105 ft. Cor. 26th St. and Jackson Ave t, -- only fLTOO. 2 lota close in on 24th tSt., 44x140 ft to driveway $650 each. 165 ft. by 132 ft on Harrison Are., bet. 23rd and 24th Kt., $550. 2 lots near Cor. of 22nd St. and Adams Are, $1,000 euch. 50 lots on ISo. Washington, at $200 and up. 7 lots on Adams Are., $275 to $500. 165 ft on (irant Are., at $15 per foot 1 acre of ground near the Deaf and Dumb school, suitable for bnilding; make me au offer. 88 ft. dose to Wash. Are., on 31st, only $10 per foot. A big bargain in 24th St. business property; it pays 8 per cent net now. $1700 for a nice house on Xob II111; has 2 lots, barn and fruit trees. ' , two apartment houne; fine $2500 for a location, good terms. $850 for a good frame house aud large lot; well located on the bench. Call und see me; you are always welcome. (Continued Tomorrow.) NEW ca PARTNERSHIP Dr. E. P. Mill ef Olathe, Kansas, Makes Ogden His Heme. Dr. C. A. Wherry of this city and Dr. EL P. Mills will form a partnership for the purpose bf carrying on m the p radios of medicine and surgery. Dr. Mills arrived Wednesday. New offices will be fitted up by the doctors, who were old school mates. Dr. Mills comes well recommended. He haa practiced for eleven yean. An a member of tho state board of health of Kansas, he served for four yearn. Hu wan professor of physical diagnosis in the medical department of the Kansas City university and served a number of years as coroner of Johnson county. Concerning him the Olathe Mirror haa the following to ray: Dr. E. P. Mills returned Tuesday evening from his trip to Ogden, Utah, and baa announced ble intention to move from Olatho to that place In about six week. The family' will remain in Olathe until in Thu doctor was offered a May. partnership with a former school mate of hla. Dr. C. A. Wherry, and decided to accept He ate pa into a well established professional business in a city of about 36,000 people, and which has an annual pay roll of over half a million. Dr. Mills has been a resident of Olathe for ten yearn. H enjoys a good practice here. He is Just entering upon his aoond term county coroner. It ie n matter of general regret to Olathe that this splendid family expect to leave, yet all will Join heartily in beet wishes for their future success. 12-roo- GEORGE A. HORN . FIRST REAL ESTATE NVTL BANK. . BEU PHONE 1316 BSGYSSLES u mm - Moat disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due forget year wishes, sir. Well, hr to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitto alive " ten ie a cleansing blood tonic. Make He rose to hie foot. I imitated him. you clear-eyed- , Then caire ' roost endnclotis firing Teur prisoner X WE HAVE THEM AND THE BEST clcar-bralne- National REMARKABLY STYLISH and Hudson and we do Our machine shop is complete and ALL KINDS OF KEPAIK WORK. up-to-da- Fall line of Bicycle Supplies and Cutlery. See ns befoit , you bay or hare your repair work done. IVrfpftinn ig the unirernnl comment bj the wearer of Ho Go our clothing, made by Chi- ragn'ft greateet bOUM- te tailoring Hansen 2528 Washington - OPPOSITE CITY HALL, Kohn nmm "u Brothers We are the exrluwce hellers of their fine ready-to-we- Garden ar clothing in thin city. IiOt nn ahow yon f'leasumfor thin clothing. Ave u it's a to nhow Just look. It is not time to plant yet, but soon WILL BE And we want you to know where'to get yonrSEEDS. I in the big fire, as yon all remember, and all my old stock was burned. Onr new stock is arriving and will te the bert erct brought to Ogden. Seeds That Are Sure to Grow FLOUR, HAT OR GRAIN In Large or Small Quantities 1 Remember, we carry a full line of that famous Pntt Poultry Food for animals and poultry. W. T. ASTILL Both Phones 2264 Washington Ave.