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EXAMINER: MORNING OGDEN, CTAII. MONDAY wffn-ien- i war priliid ot lor Le uk pivpsrsilOu ail; o.ir Mm tu banJ-(raining of ujaal guns; to ra,t. !otr uuj pmut them with acruiacy auii dispatch; tu baud is the riecirical uiachiuerv with-uu- i PufalisncS Cvc-- y Day In lh Year w'faiofa they would tie useless; to fay Tha SUnui'J Hublidiing Can-taao mice our barbers and operate our ststluits with their elaborate aud But when Inirii-atsarlrcbbuardn SUBSCRIPTION I ATE. CECIL THURSTON. By she did on war Russia declared .'span tvlivered Ly Cs run? ia Ocdaa Tha Circle. Etc. of Author so by sailing in and attacking her City, iac.nd.iig buaday Mora-U- j tuauur, par maul.. TaC Russia, no. is wealthy In men ships. to Ceerrfabt. isaa. far Hsraar Co Bratkars fa,jOo cajfin d resource. Given time to liana-por- t men and supplies, to build new SV MAIL M mDVANCE. war veaaels and otherwise equip her) tone. "It'o nut too late to retract even SYNOPSIS. tiic iLtaiiuit.' ik aami by meii would probably have BOW. she self anew, CHAPTER I la an impenetrable eUiaiile U Ugllva, p r )'tr. .f C.ltO UhUeoto Ofenrd his lip, pausod, then in the end. But is the London crushed Japan a promiChtlcote. Lett John fog AutakCo. :y, i.jf u.ai. United States, with the exception of nent aud rapidly rising member of the laughed in Imitation of bis companion, its nary, as well prepared for war as imposition in parliament, unexpected- but tbe laugh sounded forced. rtAnLKia and INDEPENDENT, a poor j ly encounters John Loder, My dear fellow be said at last, "1 was Russia f lud iatnuiiw ia a. airwuy imw writer, who is M exact double. At' sever retract." U give ioi the moment tba aggresstnn tf Russia ' "Never uxTripapei'. STILL WANDERING. in Persia ie tbe all engrossing topic. No." mu aa aqua OUOW. CHAPTER II Russia Is reported, lu aiiknii.ii.nl ha bo favoni, "Thaa the bargain sealed.' I their di in U Is yuaa and an Intenuouulain Republican: Wa ol to ba supporting tha rebels Loder walked slowly across the room against tha authority of the and. diva tho Ldd Mianwl sad ur aerva with some concern, and not any tight of menactaking up hla position by tbo manshah Persia, thua distinctly ttrcjufilcod. surprise, that the Balt Lake Herald ing England'! Influence in the east. telpiece. looked al hi companion. The wju ba reeeiv.il CHAPTER III Chilcoie. who la a similarity between them as they faced as ail aobjacia prssouiorf in re- Is still wandering. U has no political ladl ao near came elare which to morphia, bear f a novel In oaeh other seemed abnormal, defying Loews bluw home. The train spectful lagging thlitalk biu i&a trua liBina wial ba killing father appears to have fallen which two men exchanged identities. even the closest scrutiny. And yet, ao CHAPTERS IV and V -- Chilcoie vis- mysterious la nature even in her lapses, published in rail All letter and uopn the Herald's devoted head wl'.h its Loder In tbe latter humble quarouiumnaiwuloas eigsad by bob da were subtly, Indefinably different aiTYven more fatal effect. ters and propose that Loder shall Im- they plu ao. or ssiamed names, viil ba Chiii'ote was Loder deprived of one esBefore the recent county election personate him when Chilcoie ie over- sential; Loder, Uhilcote with that larawa la Ua wool backet TM fur morphia and bravo Baa iioeor kidaa bafalnd aa The Herald revealed in almost every came by the craving hoetowed. Tba difference lay wishes to get out of the world tor tbe iMiiiMt liana. Dost oe Ua Eul-Is- r Issue it a for its uelther la feature, in coloring nor la company, yearning whot time you Isr being. ba to iMpsaslblo homesickness for asaoctattona leal belgbt, but la that baffling illusive ara aaaaBad tL Inner Illumination that some call indiCHAPTER VI. Ooncluuded, lonesome than its own. It particular Chilcoie turned. "Confound Crap-fa- s viduality and ethers soul. wil o oufer b fcvor ly leaned to a ctuuradshlp with the Something of this idea, misted and "Go and oea nil be exclaimed. Tribune, and while it kept up a preby iBlni Bill tfla odice ot failure tangled batora by nervous Imagination, crossTaa kiasawr Is reoaiv tended ftps' tilin' with that paper, tha the door yourself." ed Chilcote's mind in that moment of strag-gllu- g ibalr braastaat, hla hesitated, Alleopp dignity cloeest readers of the Herald very with bis obedience. As be wait scrutiny, but be shrank from it appreclearly auderauiod that iis frieadsiiip hensively. ruaiinrf aaa b Tha Mnraln d tbe hell sounded again. waa with tha Tribune crowd. "I -- I came to discuss details," ba found on aala by Us indapondani "Lid you hear me?" Chilcoie said. aid quk-kly-, News Can bait taka City. In fact, Mr. Frank Christensen, who cramting the space that "Tea. air. Alleopp crossed tbe halL leaving Ob all through train divided him from his bust. Shall died rather harder than any one alia As the door wa opened Chilcot Ogdam ob He paused unAre you?" on the American ticket, was so impassed bis handkerchief from one wel Tba Boulfarra PaolSe RaUway, prudent at one time aa to say that ba hand to the other In the tension of easily. Tha Valaa s'seUta RaUway, and "I'm entirely lu your hands. Loder Liao Railway. Short Tka Gratia and bis friend were willing to leave hoiie and fear, then a tbe sound of with abrupt decision. Moving to own a name in a his spoke of will tones tbe thrill unfa; Ei1"1" pairoaa the election tu tha Herald stiff. Caver as tha maaagemeat by is bny reached his ears he let the table, ho Indicated a chair aud We urged the HeralJ at that time to telegraph drew another forward for himself. tbe handkerchief drop to tht ground. porting to thla odlcs wbaasvor (bay seek solace In the camp uf the TribBoth men sat down, fail to flad tha papora al tba doatg-aatoAlleopp took the yellow envelope and tlilktrie leaned places. une, and recant events Induce as to recarried It to bis master. resting elA. telegram, sir, he said. "And tha bows os the table. "Thera will be sevpeat the friendly advice. Thera la no boy wishes to kuow If there la an an- eral things to consider," be began nerespecial use for tha Harald in Us presswer." Picking up Chilcote's handker- vously. looking across at the other. Tha Democrate ent political attitude. THI COUNTRY'S DEFENSE. so." Loder glanced back apof Utah do nut regard It with favor chief, he turned aside with elaborate Ij "Quite "I thought about those preciatively. dignity. Americana ara ao Murarud 01 or not do of and the politicians Its party ' the better thing part of last night To Cbilcotv's so were bands unsteady matt ara, preaparlty and' poll think well of ita loyalty. Yet no one that be conM scarcely insert bia fin- begin with, I must study your handtha faw that coldly contemplate can say that It has ever hurt tha tin, ger under the flap of the enrelope. writing I guarantee to get It right, but poaitloa of thla oountry. We are all American party cause. off a corner, he wrenched the It will take a month. Tearing an ell ad up with prida over the mag"A mouth!" cornriug apart and smoothed out the AMERICAN COURT IN CHINA. nificent prograaa the country la mak"Well, perhaps three weeks. We flimsy pick paper. aiustn't make a me of things. g ing, a prograaa ao rapid that wo ran The message was very simple, Chiii'ote shifted his position. of hut seven words: acareely keep up with It But a pinJudge L. K. Wllfey, formerly of rit. weeks! he relies ted. "Couldn't "Three albloon to 11 attba Shall expect you at hole ran bring Lmuis, bufor the past five yearn graaiaat tonight. you?" LODER. Aha earth. While wo an patting our. torney general of the Philippine IslLoder. spoke auXoi I couldn't. He rend It two or three times, then aalTao ob the back over our rapidly ands, has been In Washington arrangnever want to "I might thoritatively. he "No enid luokel up. suswer," be Inorearing nary, and beeaiiao of tba ing fur hia departure to bis new pit amt to hi own ears the put pen to paper; but; ou tbe other merhsulcally, corn as Judge of the newly created Untied efficiency of tba heedful of bob relief lu hi voice souuded harsh and baud, I might bare to sign a check one atltutln four army, pacifying I ha Btatee court at Shanghai, China. HereHe laughed. "Hare you ever day. unnatural. have to, of that I thought Philippines on tka one aide uf tha tofore American ronsule have been Ext'tly as the clocks chimed II or waut tu, that a cheek?might sign globe and Cuba ob tha other, digging oluther with Judicial powers, but as Chilcoie mounted tbe stairs to Loder' No. I confess that eacaied me. tha Panama canal, etc., etc, wo might many of them are not lawyers their rooms. Rut this time there was more You risk your furtiiue that you may our In hi navy decisions are oftn unsatisfactory. of basis than of uncertainty atop to eoaalder that, barring keep the plaits it bought for you? Iis the and, laudlug. steps, lencbii'g and the magnificent reserve of court creeled a Congress, therefore, II ow do you crossed it In s maple of strides and Loiter laughed again. of man and malarial, the United for China, and while the headquar.he a kuow that I am-nblackguard!" knocked door. mi the fevci'lviily States la today leaa prepared for the ters will be located at Shanghai, saw know that X "How added. do you It opened at once, and I.odor stood won't offensive or defeaaivo la warfare thaa slum will a!ao he held at Canton, Hanclear out uue day and leave you before him. ofTake tba nation. other high and dry! Wbat la to prwent John great any kow, Tientsin and other treaty porta. was The For a Chiii'ote from pecnlbir. realising 40,0110 or 50,- fensive. The navy la notortoiuly un- The Jurisdiction will reach all civil moment neither Kpjkc; each involun000 and then making himself scarce ? dermanned. Everything rom poatera and criminal eases where an Ameritarily hnked al tbe other with new "You won't do that," Uhilcote said, to picture postal cards and moving pic- can citizen may be a party. Judge eyes and under hanged conditions. with unusual decision. "I told you In news tures and advertisements tha F h b id assumed a fresh standpoint Wllfrey la a graduate of Yale. your weakness last night, aud It wuan't :.i the (itln'r's rhon4t. The passing papers la resorted to for the purpose money. Money .Isn't tbe rock you'll the half ImjierHonal PARENTS' BLUNDERS. of Inducing enlistments, yet we ran-no- t split over." I hud Mis prerl.nuly tinged thc.r get the men neceneari to prop"Then you think I'll split upon some "Lei girts at eighteen and relnt'.oti'bip. was east aside, never to rock? But that's beyond the question. erly man the ships nuw sHosi. lei !ki at twenty,uiarry and the world will ba lie renshumeii. In each the other saw To got to business agalu. You'll risk The relieved uf some of lls gravest probshine those being cumtiriicieil. -- mid hlm-cmure. something Biy studying your slgnaturs? army la small and scattered, binwi-i-t lems." This was the advice given by As iisuiil, LiMlrr was tlie first to Chilcoie nodded. Parat of conference a the speaker it If It could be moUhlllzed could ui h'mseif. I .Oder si "Right! Now Item two. be transported any place w ith any de- ents' National Educational union I was exeetiiig yon," be aald. counted on his fingers. I must kuow following an Brighton yesterday, "W m't you come iiiT gree of rapidity. When it wss necesby Lord lotion. the names und fsees ot your men The words were almost the oamo as friends us far as 1 can. Your woman Lord by t ion gave what he called "A sary to laud a few thousand meu in Cubs recently ships of all natlouallilee young man's lecture to hla parents." bis word of the night before, but hla friends don't count. While I'm you. "Tha time haa cum a for parents to will be adamant. were chartered. Suppose Cuba had He laughed relalze they have made sonic grave voice had a different ring, just as his you when be drew back Into the again pleasantly. "But the men are the navy of Germany, England. Japan mistakes." he said. "In the first place, fai-or half a dosen other countries, what U Is a mistake for a rich father to riNiin had a different expression a essential the backbone of the whole of derision and energy that baxlness." country would hove stepped forward bring up bis son In Ignoraure of iha suggestion I have no men friends 1 don't trust ls-- n an Inheritance. of had responsibilities lacking before, t'bilcote and chartered Its vessel to carry our Soma fathers o un aa if they ex jo cl- caught the difference aa he crossed tbe idea of friendship. troops? ad to live for ever. Every buy s lion Id lb. , anil for a bare second "Aeipialutsuces, then." On the other question of defense, a be taught how to handle money, not a flicker or Chtlcote looked up sharply. I think like Jealousy something military officer eays tha deficiency of alone fur bis own sake, but because touched him, but tbe tenant lou was we score tbera." lie said. "I have a be may some time have charge of othmen noted la tha navy also applies. er reputation for ahaentnilndedneaa that llcetlug. people' money, The encouragement to rifle practice "I have to tbauk yon, be said, hold- will carry you anywhere. They tell me "But a question more vital si I II Is can look through the must substangiven by the goveproimu of late years that of sex. There is a tendency ing out ills band. He was too well 1 man in tbe biaise as If be were gostial umier-sionhe a nowad.tvs assume hint that to how to lircd an la doing much to equip the oountry among parenu by samer, I though I may have lunched with nnwlae such llte drop lu (he other's principles, tnildity usiwaking of with a reserve beyond that of the him the same day. If instead of being iltnld sad but Loder broke ilowu the nrllfic. matters. militia, hut II takes a long time to obscure In ihelr advice parents would Loder smiled. "'By Jove! he exlie alraight with each other, make good marksmen with a gun car be qnlte frank II woo'd prevent much claimed. "Fate must have been conrteceiv-eri,- " lie to bus else siwv eveiybady liefnre either of u waa this rylng two and a half miles. But the evil from which the world now sufstructing he said, taking the other' haul. born. It dovetails ridiculously. But I most dangerous feature is the condi- fers.of Tu many girls thf real meanme to thank have "You for, nothing ing marriage Is a sealed honk, and must know your colleagues, even if it's linc-It. a tion of the coast defense. It Is hci ray- tills knowIt's of the and yon is hirgf'iy i he fault of their mothto mi them. You'll have to take ing no confidence to ear that the ar- ers. Kmm whom ran they belter look old Adinu. Yon tempted me. and I only me to the house. bill lelnw the He fell." moihera? for than from their advlcft laugh laughed, officers are alarmed tillery seriously "Impossible!" over the deficiency In the ranks of Yei the latter :duu remain silent be- - ran a time of Minietliing like triumph "Not at all!' Again the tone of aucause of a wjinl of murage to apeak the ciirii.n triumph of a man who has their men. A magnificent fort near fell to I .Oder. "I can pull my thority of known the tyn.r.iiy strength and hat over and turn up my Newport, row being r'.nipeied, will to daughyour mothers, give say suddenly appreciate the freedom of a coot collar.my eyes Nolmdy will notice me. contain a number ol luigc uu.l small ters the benefit of your own wisdom, wrekni-Mi- . whan they become women they -Y.it: tul'y the thing von have We can choose the fall of the afterguns. It will eh equipped with the and will nor have to accept that servilo ' : 'Tfcreut noon. " 1 promise you 'twill be all moat modern appliance known in the proc and oinamenial place which men are right. com-p- 't science or warfare. When it wun) to asalgn t them. "Suppose the likeness should leak I HAPPY I to WOMEN. full due of misery Society li d here will not be a miin ;tv;iil-ahiont! It's a ri.-lo in of failing parents to slut inn there the gun will ihe blunders la itched confidently. Loder In In Tush, of evil of Them Good ilia much out. How Ogden and Plenty ho covered up in protect them from rpeak i nan! Risk is the salt of life. I must Reason for It. nur great cities conics fnun thf li see you at your port, and I must see mat. the niiirhlurry will lie Idle. Mil- would be dismal to contemplate. A Wouldn't any woman he happy. the men you work with." He rose, lion v have iiei-- provided lor nur roast a young man, I say m fathers. Speak of lackaehe suffennK-l)- i After walked across the room and took his youf sons, and remember that the df( nee und Million mine will he li of iniKci v. night of unn'ic. bast education a fntbei run give Is In pipe from the rack. "When I go la ivail. vl.de. bin this splendid machinery " t The dial ens nf urinary tronhie?. the example of vnnr own life. for a tViug I like to go In over head ol siir will pm iieif away unless She timU and Lady Campbell .iigceie,t that there and pars.' lie added aa he opened his No reason whv any Ogden leader by 'h. department, lull from was a growing disinn'imtioti to mnvry lohm-c.B'lottlii suffer in the face of eildcneo Jar r.ow on a oifiereni imlicy will be pur- - among girls. "It Is due to a selfish like this: love of luxury and adisllke to begin Hix pipe filit-d- . he resumpd Ins seat, sued. Mr. A. M. Ilotoling of Uran' restiua in, itniwa on the laiile in inarm d life in a hie. tide way." rhe in this respect Is said, "('liri- - want to begin wheie ave.. Ogden. Utah, sayOn tmi'Htlon of Chlieote. have iiiil.- kc'-wyears nearly in every foreign power. their piiivnts left off. and not at the Jot h ilia tch Y' be said laconically, tiii ltnan'i Fll! and used Kidney hn.n whenever I i'r.'lm.l.v each .me sufficiently In' crest- - j "inxnr, . w, them uni ms hand. thought the kidneys holillug ' d Its Idite prints showing the cm- - unni,! In rcxHuixc a I'hilcote drew his match earlier little have mar;iugn are There toning up. perhap i I have hox from !;t pocket and struck a light. It wa of every one of our const here that M. Roger C.oeji tew remo-lii-any faith in. hut j I a Helglnn pndessor. know Hum's KHncy Pills to he a As their immIx touched au exclamauelriisp gitiin. They know that iliis Hump-omarriageable ages m thoroughly genuine. TnerltiMi.nie rem- tion eie aped i m. gesti-fixing not nrtlllerinicii has country enough for edy for k Inner com plaint. My grand--- i eighteen for girls and twen'y "By .low:" he said, with a fretful I., man the cnr.t defense of the coun'it hmi heeii with a weak-ni'e- s mixture o: Imy. "With this encouragedIn hn paril.apixiDTmcm and surhave evIK talk lii colimial our till liH of the kfdners ail ks" nothing ents. try, life, and .it.l uhlie he wax vixptug me in the east prise. '1 hadn't noticed that!" Hla ill1! of would disappear " he eye were lived lu auunyed interest on ;nd I hox of rvwn's Kidney The great trvublc is hut tm-,i To man liio puns mid t rpcon 'a: u Pillsiit W S Bidcon's drug stive and Loder' exTcuilpd hand. marry too la n lir-n.w compicir-it.i'.I.m lug his glance, smiled. rtpilppmi for nrge them to tmtrrv latn!o:. cate here to him. They xn correct"Odd th.-i-t nf should Iwth have ed the war, with mly loie relief, when- - trce Mall. ir the kldnrye and I the .r,lns front Ills hack. it: it lean escaped my mind. arc retiulted in wir requires t p ;( t Where is ft very ui tliiit iarein who have children rather j a ugly xcar. If lie liftoj are fcirty-i-tht.ursiul There on ,i .i when (luriiii: he Milne in thU way would give them y.ot'i! his hand t: li the light fell mure fully now' available 14 113 men. precisely hard storm" I .in' Kidney Pills." uu it. Above the second jolut of the of the number necessary to "Tie l up s: ih !. n ' - Uev eisu For no hy all dealer. Piii-e50 third finger run a Jagged furrow, the PI alii dealer To.. rei.ta. Biffslo. rciiiluu'T of a wound givi- one sMTi of mm. and that had oti.e New Toik. sole agent fur the United ur t'ue iiumtier to fully man our lie-- f laid bare the Ixiue. "I wnnilcr wt.a: tii.v rhir.anuin ia i State. ii in 'ime of war. I Vp may Uhilcote Icm.ohI forward. How d.d s j Heinemlier t'e doing tip o it- - " Shot-- , Luati s and you conn- - ! ;i " , asked. (iiii.rh. with the ii'.cj that pore Nes Othrn- - in.-- U n.o'-- ill : ;i hi- no tula. i. wii-- lilt .i THE an EXAMINER Masquerader Lit-peo- KATHERINE e -- u r . NOVEMBER MORNING, d roa-dstin- l&W- -- A, Tlw other shrugged his shoulder "Oh. tlwts sucieut history." "The rfcults are prosent day euuugh. If very awkward, very annoying! Loder, still look lug at hla baud, didn't aecui to bear. "There's ouly one thing to be dune. he said. Each wear two ring ou tbe third finger of the left baud. Two rings ought to cover it. He made a speculative measurement with the sum of bis pipe. Uhilcote looked Irritable and disturbed. "1 detest rings. I never wear riugs. Luder railed hi eyas calmly. "Neither do L" he said, "but there's no rea- - PURS PURS An Elegant Line of Each son fur bigotry. But Chik-ote'Irritability waa started. He pushed hack hi chair. "1 don't like the Idea. he said. The otbar eyed him amusedly. "What a queer beggar you are! he said. "You waive the danger of a man signing your checks aud ahy at wearing a piece of Jewelry. I'll have a fair share of Individuality to study. Chllcute moved restlessly. "Everybody kuowo I detest Jewelry. "Everybody kuowo you are capricious. It's got to be tbe rings or nothing, so fir os I aiske out. Uhilcote again altered, his position, avoiding the other eyes. At loot after a struggle with himself, ho looked a REESE HOWELL & SONS DRESS DRESS GOODS GOODS up. "I oufipnse you're right! he aald. "Have it your own way. It waa tbe first small, tangible coucesslou to the stronger will. Later took his victory quietly. "Good! be said. "Then Its all straight ailing YOU CAN GET Z. C. M. I. Home Made (Shoes r "Except for the matter of the the Chilcoie baxarded tbe word uncertainly. There was a faint pause; then Loder laughed brusquely. "My pay! The other wss embarrassed. ' I didn't want to pnt It quite like that. "But that waa what you thought Why are you never houeet even with yourself! Uhilcotfi drew his chair closer to the table. He did not attend to the other's remark, hut hla fingers strayed to hla waistcoat pocket and fumbled there. k Loder saw the gesture. here, he said, "you are overtaxing yourself. The affair of tbe pay Isn't pressing. We'll shelve It to another night. You look tired out Chllcute lifted bis eyas with a relieved glance. Thank. I do feel a bit fagged. If I may, III have that whlaky that I refused last night. "Why, certs Inly. Loder rose at once and crossed to a cupboard in the wall. In silence be brought ont whlaky, glosses, and a siphon of eoda water. "Bay wiieu! he aald, lifting the whlaky. "Now. And I'll have plain water Instead of soda, If It's all the seme. Loder recroaaed the Oh, quite. room. Instantly hia back was turned. For men, boys, migges and children again in Ogden. 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