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returned to New York. In the evenV ing he went to Mrs. Percy's She gret ' ed Wm with an exclamation: Th etter my lady wrote me "Where have you been all this time! f I vrlsh you could see the lines! In blossoms hiding ? In every manner I have There's a flayor of orange to get news of your wheretried And a tangle of Jessamine vines! abouts. And not only I, but Lena, and Herbert Latimer himself . I think the O, the letter my lady wrote me! murmured. "And then alas! what latter wants to thank you, honestly, I sit in my room and see The sails of the ships, and her red, fools, what astonishing fools men can for bringing him to his senses. He has iv already thanked me. Never was a be, at times, to be sure!" sweet lips In the letter she wrote to mel conspiracy crowned with more admirA mist had come up and lay, an Im- able success. They are! turtle doves penetrable vail; over the sea. In the now turtle doves! Herbert will reO, the letter my lady wrote mel Here is the word she missed, prevailing neutrality of the atmos- main to the end, I believe, a model And here is the word that was never phere's tints, a woman's yachting mate; and as for Lena, she is supremedress of blue and red made a warm, ly, completely blissful.. You have done heard On the line her lips have kissed I plcturesue spot, blurred and deep,1 In good work, my dear fellow." She paused, and then something the foggy perspective. A man, stalkAnd the letter my lady wrote me, ing along with swift strides, caught a caused her to regard him more atten sudden vision of this dash of color, tlVftly.': Close to my heart shall be "Tu rn your face to the light," she Till the judgment day, when I break and of the slender, figure ' it clothed at an abrupt terminus of said, brusquely. Off his guard, he .did away so. Thereupon Mrs. Percy gave a the walk. O, life of my life! from thee! It was Lena, and she was not alone. low expostulatory cry. A "Reginald that Is not why you have walked by her side, too, whom PLAYING WITH FIRE. he man In hidlg, is it not truly this, been (Herbert) could have no difficulty in recognizing. The tall, loosely- built, boy?" At the tone of deep. Interested sym nonchalant figure was that of Regibut Herbert Latimer loved his THE , BLADE. to-morr- Published Every Saturday at UTAH. NEPHI, ! TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. . Goyernor. . . . Secretary. Chief Justice-- .. Associate Jnstlcea. . ? . ....Caleb W. West. .--. Richards. A. Merrttt IDm. Ra rrh. Wm. H. Kin. fl W Rmlth. .. J. W. Judd. Nat. M. Brigham. Oroo. .- O. -.0. -.S. .- h Prosecntlnz Attorney n. S. Marshal . Office ..Bryon Registrar Land Office... Frank Harris. ReciTr Ijind of School i......T. B. Lewis. Commissioner ; : UTAH COMMISSION. Georre Thatcher A. Q. Norrel ). R .Letcher nShermaHoyt JD. v". Tat lock ttt VYCpfS . .. .. ..-- .Sa Salt Lake fttt t Lake City. SaJt Lake City. well-know- r nOHNTY DIRECTORY. Fred W. Chappell Probate Judge Hugo Deprezln Selectmen A. L. Jackman Sheriff ...J.D. r.W.feuniTan Cazler Assessor and Collector .. Clerk and Recorder William Barton, Thomas Winn Edward Pike Attoraey T. C. Hanford Surveyor William Ockey Treasurer . .. Enstice Coroner John Foote Supt. Schools MILLARD OOUNTT DIBEOTOBT. Joanna Greenwood Probate Jnd wife, from to cut loose he liked occasionally her apron strings and tnjby himself. About midsummer he told Lena that he had "business" In Burlington, Vt, and hadto'go there alone, of course. She pouled, and cried, there was an exchange of unpleasant remarks, and Herbert left the house, feeling very unhappy one of the unhappiest men in New York. An hour later, at the Hoffman House, he met his old college chum, Reginald Mansfield, to whom he re- Andreas Peterson. ..lJohn Styler. Selectmen.... jjames Gardner. . . . . O. C. Holbrook. Sheriff. .. Assessor ... .. . .. .Alma Greenwood. . ...A. A. Hinckley Collector .Thoa. O. Callister, Clerk and Recorder . .. . Jno. M. Hanson. Attorney ...... .Wlllard Rogers, Surveyor.. .. . . .. .. JoeeDh D. Smith Treasurer.. ' .. -.- .Sidney Teeplee. On r oner. D. O. Callister Supt Schools lated his troubles, and asked his ad- vice. We note a meritorious effort to bring about a Cleaner Kansas City. "Follow your own inclinations, old "Don't fellow," advised Reginald. permit yourself to be tyrannized by your wife. I am astonished at her efforts to rule you, anjd only four months after marriage. Go to Vermont and she will soon realize the fact that a husband was born to con- The Trilby restaurant, at which pigs feet will be a specialty, is yet to be Pardonner is the new city assessor of Chilicothe, O. His name will trol." come handy when people kick on their This seemed sensible advice, and in less than a week Herbert Latimer had usessments. gone to Vermont. He had gone without leaving his address with his deThe agricultural department has cided that a peanut is a pea, not a nut. friend, Reginald Mansfield, and the latter was on his way from the club This is the .worst roast that popular to Latimer's house to obtain it. edible ever got. It was his first visit. He had been In Portland, Oregon, when Herbert There are some people who are so had married, and he had returned but foreboding of evil that they really be- a few days prior to the conversation lieve that the coming woman will fee Just reported. On the evening of his arrival he had gone to see a middle-age- d nna of- the hnva j lady, an old friend of Herbert Latimer, once the friend of Reginald's It was not Miss Frances WHlard who own mother. She was a woman of was married, but her niece. Miss Wllwho had kept the depth of the world, lard 13 already wedded to her life her heart and feeling, and who ad work and her bicycle. looked on many of the chances and phases of life with her clear, steady The talk had turned on Her some eyes. an or for Through oversight other reason the; Cuban correspondents bert Latimer's wife. "She is a simple country girl, Is she har9 let an entire week go by without not?" asked Reginald. suppressing the revolution. "She has a rare and charming, na ture, strong and sweet far to good for Legal matters' are getting mixed in H jrbert. But she adores him as girls Kentucky, where a witness, imprisoned of that character adore men of his." for refusing to testify, sues the Judge "Oh, Herbert is not bad." "Not at all. But weak. A weak and gets a verdict of $10,00$ damages. Adonis. Men of that kind always have There are 6,324,702 illiterates In this the best love lavished upon them." Mrs. Percy paused a moment. Then country. Great as are our free schools she raised her eyos to Reginald's. they have not been able to keep up "She looks like Eleanor," she added, with the immigration from other coun- In a gentle tone. tries, She saw that he changed color. "How that memory lives with him!" She alone knew this A reliable recipe for cooling off fa she thought. man as he was. She alone had known flown cellar; accompanied by the faithful mint julipi,- the accommodating closely the dead girl who had been the manhood. When claret punch, or even the sprightly. dream of his young of. Reginald as a spoke people plain lemonade. Lothario, she would remark, quietly: "Let us not Jcdge too much from the Kentucky has been taking some In- surface." terest in the cultivation of the sugar r "She looks like Eleanor." Those few words of Mrs. Percy had beet. This looks like a monopolistic been persistently in Reginald's mind ambition to furnish all the Ingredients as Latimer had come to him a Herbert for her beverages! few days later with his grievance. were in his mind as he rang the So much, has the art of dressing and They bell of the young man's house. dyeing feathers' been developed . that Like Eleanor! Was it true? For an numbers of the seemingly, rare feather Instant, as he waited in the dim drawing-boas worn have iBimply been made'from room, he wished that he had not come. Then a curtain was raised and the plumage of the ordinary fowL dropped again. A slight, girlish figure The starving Armenians in Turkey In a straight, flowing dress advanced. Latimer put out her hand. re preparing to revolt and are wait-b- g Mrs. "You are a good friend of my husthe of commissary, stores. band. I have heard of you often.-- I as they get something to eat am very glad to see you," she said. Is Boon arriyalj the probability is they wiji not want to But Reginald Mansfield stood for an fcgM. Instant as one bereft of sense. Mrs. Percy was right. Here was the same The man who falls in love with the rare Madonna type of beauty, the same low, broad brow, the same )retty coquette finds hex like trade to mouth, the same expression, of ihe injudicious .advertiser hard . to violet the eyes his heart beat fast' frin. But a proper study of her with the sudden ache that he had so together with undying often hoped was stilled. will "Are you ill? asked Lena Latimer, toas$ancy, surely win her; Just as the same methods pursued "by a Judi-lio- startled. He had already recovered himself with an effort. advertiser will win business.' "You will think me absurd," he said, "but you look strangely like-so-me Commander Ballingtoa Booth, of the lightly;' one vi J used to know." Salvation Army, and hi1 wife, Maude the he his In object agitation forgot Elizabeth Booth, have become citizens of his visit. f the United States. They renounced allegiance to Queen Victoria before It; was a warm, cloudy morning. In deJudge Kenney in Jersey City. They August, Herbert Latimer had returned from his outing, and, to his dismay, clared their intention tf beooming learned that his wife had gone on a five years ago. They live In Mont-dal- r, yachting ercursicm to New London N. J. with the Wentsworths, a family with Intiwhom he and his wife were The April fire loss In the United mate. But this was not the very most imStates was $11,018,150, which Is $500,-00- 0 portant part of the disclosure. Regiless than the loss In April, 1894, and nald Mansfield was with the party! a gain of more than $3,500,000 over tha This was rathr too"friendly on the Ame month. In 11823. But the los3 for part of his old college chum. Herbert hastened to the home of 183 5 up to May! ia $49,513,250, whlla Mrs. l Percy, and to her related his last year, for the same time, the total r troubles. was $42,553,100, At this rate, the endeavored to calm bfan That United'Statcs will lose in the next cen- by such lady words as these: tury by conflagrations over $11,000,000,-05"Oh, that yachting- excursion is all It is a fearTul leak, and very s right. Mrs. Wentworth is the model U being done to prevent It. of propriety. And young married women must amuse themselves even when their husbands are away." Although the Baroness Bur "Oh, this is outrageous!" exclaimed U 81, she is one of the liveliest Herbert. "Probably you see nothing women in London. So is her youthful wrong In Lena leaving Newas York yes&"ez3 that it la criticised a3 being more, terday to 'amuse' herself, you say, Jp. keeping with a young woman Just on the very afternoon that she knew 1 t" la than one whose years would arrive." er life aresociety; Mrs. Percy shrugged her shoulders: numbered. One dress that he wore at a recent entertainment a II r visitor had turned toward 'the costume of red velvet cost her $5,000. d Where Is the yacht likely to be aa probably wears this of style I take It you are informed, Mrs. to match the gay, iridescent yasr American, husband ehe I believe it is to return to New JC2d a few years ao. Mr. ; , - - J J '- I . , : . - ; , pa-fhetl- c1 charm-Xagari- e, - us " i cltl-fce- ns ; - 9. Jlt-U- dett-Cout- ta -- -- ap-Csr- el ? i ; j Y. Frank J. Cannon. Delegate to Congress... . -- 1 I THEDIREOTOR or the day after. London You are not going?". ' But he had vanished. One moment Mrs. Percy, stood musing; and her. teeth, white and line still, showed In the peculiar smile that v . her parted " What willlips.the outcome be?" she n nald Mansfield. The two had stopped now. Their backs were turned. .But, sharpened to abnormal actiteness, Herbert's senses could divine, as it were, their mental attitude at the moment, betrayed in the pose of their vague, dark silhouettes. Lena, her head bent away from her companion, seemed to be looking out to sea, and, as Herbert advanced rapidly nearer, something listless, de jected, became more clear in the droop of her shoulders. But Reginald Mansfield looked not at the sea, but at her; He stood near her, so near that his hand could touch her elbow. The blood surged up ,In Herbert's heart, and at that instant the two faced about to retrp.ee their steps and saw him advancing. Lena was the first to speak. She had turned from white to red and back to white. A suppressed trembling had seized her. But her voice was clear and steady. "Herbert, dear! You here? How did you know where the yacht would I thought you were to be be In New York? Who told you where we were?" Herbert's white, dry lips framed two words shortly. "Mrs. Percy." Reginald Mansfield raised his tye- - pathy, Reginald covered his face with his hands. After an interval he raised his head. "YeS " he said, slowlv. "I am afraid it is so. I care for her. She is another man's wife, and it has an ugly sound, But the feeling I have for her could not stain a flower. I thought It was only friendly Interest at first, because she was so like but she was too like! It was playing with fire. I have en suspecting my real feeling some time. I knew it when Herbert came back, and by the look in his eyes I realied how much he cared for her, and that they would be reconciled." He got up. "Well, I shall have to live it down, as I did the other." Emily Barton in New York Weekly. When you read your local paper U the account of the dog fight you saw, the runaway on your street, the comment on the speech you heard, the critique of the play you witnessed, that you read first, and you remember what the paper says about them. For the same reason, the women who spend the afternoon in your store go home and read the advertisement, and it Is all the more'effectivei because they happen to know something about the articles you are advertising. "Why, yes, I saw those there this afternoon, and, come to think of it, I believe they' are good things." That's their comment, and the next day theycome down town again and leave their money with you U E3 u to uu meronanc m. cms. p. RANGE t Uower Sevier and Xl ' Tl DI.V., 7 i ff The Kansas City Journal has found l(rJ ill Address: Utah. 155 Oasis, j a man who is constantly kept under the Influence of opiates to prevent him rrr II At, Ray. ! from talking himself to death. If the doctors would turn that fellow a loose What a swath he would out in politics! , ' Square crop aaC slit! in rlffht, diagonal under silt in It ft ! There were in the year 1884 and 110 legal executions. There Were 9,800 murders committed in the iame year, and the small percentage of legal executions may have had much to do with the large number of lynch- Ings. There Is a. lesson In these fleures or the lawyers and Judges. ;j 194 lynchiitgs DESERET HOUSE. Heaiprters for '3 er 8evir. Ottr and oountv NewsDaoers from all rtsvrts L Deseret, Utah. Address, . ; Jno Bemnnp TmnAr silt fn . right, under slit hi left ear. Raasre: Cricket Mountains and Lower, Sevier. Address, 1 A S-- ... Deseret -.. , Utah. OlUttdeTlti'i "' j I rifkt, Under silt in Jef ear. 'kIW kl Ml I-.- MM i -- 1 Ore specimens from Detroit and else where. Every thing RESPECTABLE. i fa? IIINM HE!. I Utaa. CrlekcA Rang: l Proereii Toward quality of Opportunity? Tnm Blabx will continue 'in leach ntuai to publish brand! under yearly Contract at a n nominal price. jj Th advantage to the atockratser cf fatall. Urizing the public with his brand and marli are to well known to need attention. It ia ti tie Btookman as valuable as an advertiseatml j f WORKING FOR PATi We Makincr Our Stoekralsers1 jCtfumiL ,, .tA piwi-w.. ..Jjiw.r-r,,,,,, . Crlekat Mountains asi Lot-e- i Sevier. .r.TlVja. p I';:.; Taking the whole number of persons Deseret Utah Address, in all or remunerative engaged gainful occupations, I find that in 1860 such BOawinff Well of j Joln persons constituted 26.19 per cent of THE PUREST WATER ON EARTH. the whole population. In 1870 this I Horseiot ower- and Deal percentage had increased to 82.43 in Oa tfcs Premises. This Water ti a QUAJB 1880 to 34.68 while In 1890 It was 86.81, ANTEED CURB for all ANGE: an increase of more than 10 per cent, Hotlsft Mountain Diseases ofthe Kidneys and Bladder and Lbwler; Sevier. brows. relatively, in one generation, the per To would Testimonials be sure, she on Application. "Ah, yes. iod from 1860 to 1890. This, it should is Address, know. You had a Jolly outing, 1 supytah. MRS. F. J. GIBBS, be borne in is Prop. the percentage of mind, pose, Latimer?" . . Calmly he met the glare of Herbert the total number of persons engaged UTAH drerson Brei Latimer's eyes. in gainful occupations of the total Breeders asi But Mrs. Latmer, laughing nervous population. If we examine now the in Short dealers touched sleeve. had husband's her 1 ly, Dnrhania. rbbni which this total number of She turned her glance to Reginald percentage Ilories s a tt brand an left Mansfield, and there was something persons engaged in all gainful occu GENERAL MERCHANDISE tiieh. Cattle like a wild, depressed appeal in It. pations is of the persons 10 years of Upper!, slop h Did he read its meaning aright? He ear. Ranfecq and com which PRODUCE is truer the oyer, age fSevier rlr took off his hat. atid monntalnSL "Will you permit me to withdraw, parison, we find that the Increase has between Mills' station on the IX. PJRt and LeanvAT THE Mrs. Latimer? I am sure that after been as regular, but a little greater, Ington. Address, Leamington, Miljard X, Utafc. your separation your husband's com- for in 1860 it was 36.72 ond in 1$90 panionship must be the only one 47.95, an increase of over 11 per cnt, DESERET STORE. acceptable." in the thirty years nameft. relatively, Horses same He nodded to Herbert, but received This Goods at bottom prices for fact it seems to me, an alone, brand on left no look from the latter in return. thleh. Cattle and definitely the spot cash. . The next instant husband and wife swers conclusively clone crop in left we are considering. If the question s and slit in right were alone, and then the MGR. total of in JNO. number ear. persons DEWSNUP, engaged of Herbert Latimer's Jealous rage and Range, Sevier. Lower gainful occupations stood still relative Cast Main Arid T)aa- read indignation were opened. DESERET. to Street, woMld the the argument Lena stood silent, with downcast not be population, ZZZ51Z ret, Utah. clearly carried, but witn a eyes, as the hot words poured over constantsoand "tiSi.. I persistent Increase In the her. She was, then, he asked, like an Snilit of of relative this class proportions R. E. L. COLLI EK, C.E. every other woman? The great trust to of whole number the popula fTTiUli he had had in her truth, believing it people so perfect that not even the shadow of tion, and to the whole number 10 years I branded left ribs, a frivolous flirtation could touch it, of age and over, there can be no other Engineering in all its Branches. lftlnlefteaa, was, then, proved to be unfounded? answer than an afllrmtive one Kort tRange, These figures prove conclusively He had, perhaps, not been a model end of Snak Land and Work a Irrigation Specialty and tti husband himself. He acknowledged it. that we are not only making real pro If I 81 Valley sidtf ft Snaft He had been In the wrong. He had gress toward a greater opportunity, EBfficeer fcr Central Land and IrrJeratior Mts J; also soni It 'ir i"m"' Co., Clear I fee Land ard Irrigation Co.. side of Deep Creek monntains. Addiess, Bnaitfe gone after his own pleasures. He had but toward a greater equality of op Fillmore r,1 IrrJgratkm Co. and WhlU tux; Jiuiara county, Utah. seemed to neglect her. He bad, In prtunlty,but toward a greater equal ; ud Laii Mountain Irrigation Co. fact, neglected her. He had the mis- ity, of opportunity in social and indur kill all Ofl5ce: Court fortune of having been bred among erial life; and they completely L ori left thlarkt House, Fillmore, Utah people who looked upon such things arguments made to prove that machin same prind oa lf& as only trivial faults. But, through ery the Influence of , invention dis of hip ;cattle.RaMg all, he had always felt that, faulty as places labor, so far as society as a Willolr $pringa. he might be, she was unassailable. whole is concerned. It would be ab THE DESERET DAIRY GO. Address, Mrs. Percy, however, had suggested surd to argue for a single moment that F. to him, by exasperating innuendoes, the Introduction of machinery has not Jj KearsBj, HAS FOB SALE J!lSK cprinjrs, all that had been going on for weeks. In many instances displaced Individ Jnj.b; uonnty, And a flirtation with Reginald Mans- uals and reduced them not only to rela FULL CREAM CHEESE. r utak. field, of all men! A flirtation with his tive noverty. but to pauperism. The own friend! C Ton left thighs answer can not well be made to the Deseret is noted for the fine qnalitj double kwsllsv In intolerable despair he talked on. individual, but the facts cited prove fork4 In left ear. And then he stopped. What more was that so far as the whole body of the of its Milk, Butter and Cheese. Giys Range, Lower fiethere to say? Sharply he turned from people is concerned there is no such o ur products a trial. Address rier. her. Was he going from her? She raised IN. O. DlOrlUr, influence of machir ery and in- her head, she watched him as he pensive Oasis, l4HIar4 0sw OTTrrn UMI, walked away, blindly, as- one 'who is veniioii uy me siausuitti wemuu iuistunned. 'i The vast number of new openings, .Ifark; slit hv "Herbert!" she suddenly cried out, never before known, resulting from In ngktandtwotlitS' with a rapturous note of Joy and love. ventions , offers the best proof in this --eft ear. tm In n left She ran after him, she clung to him i directiont, and it offers, too, proof that brand , Lale shoulder en korses-- . V S. Land Office.) all her sweet, Madonna face was cov one line of opportunity will be aban P. H. Petersen, ered with tears and smiles. "Her- doned when another of a more proflta Oasis Address. Land and Mining Attorney. bert! Beloved! beloved! It was only ble nature opens. Carroll D. Wright, TJUhBans(LvW' er Setier.i to teat you, only to teach you, by your the May Forum solicited. Correspondence Twentyown pain what mine has been! 'Truly, three years' experience. Same left truly, I have given no thought to Mr. en Horses. thlgk' BANKS' JOHNNY PATHEH, Mansfield save such thought as one SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Upper slope ameY one nndsr silt h gives a good, good friend. He has left ear. and tw Beeinari verv 'attentive. p thu wnrM A lCemtnckr Incident In Whlek under silts la rlrat si ar. EANQiS :Oa Small Dor Got a Rd Afsls speaks of such things, but he has been r Creak; bReason. only kind oh, so kind! You see. I Unique look like like some one he loved once, Walker A Kentucky school committee whose iwn!,'.;; and so he; was my friend from the Address, Oak City TTtakv first. He saw how miserable I was, members had invitation to a hanging town struck Just dear, about your going off on that trio at the county Jail to which I objected. He realized the before the district school was dis Land Agents & Attorneys. pain 1 felt at your seeming indiffer- missed for the day. With a view of ence for indeed, I thought you cared bv - ness with their pleas-r- e nothing xorme any more! Oh. wax 1 combining SALT LAKE. ittee dropped in on SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. not foolish? t)o I not see now In your trip the eyes ao l not reel by the clasD of the schoolma'am and put a few quesyour arms, how much you loved me in tions to the scholars. The , answers ' onUerclian General Com truth? But I was wretched, and Mr. were so brilliantly incorrect that the Mansfield discovered it, and because Dealer ia he felt as a friend to me he thought of teacher was prompted by her pupils' uus pian. tie ana Mrs. Percy. She, apparent ignorance to tell the com FfililTS, VEGETABLES, BUTTER,. too, has been, oh, so good to me. To mltteemen that adl the little ones were over the coming event at Pore gether they combined it all. She was worked Whiskies and Xms. i TmaSver. i Game. Veal I'Pbrti to see you and tell you when you ar- - the JaiL up Beef. Smoked and Fresh JUM, Then she dismissed the fichol nvea, ana l was to o off with the ars. But the scholars, instead of Floor, Hay and Urain. .'11 Wentworths on the yacht, and with trooping off as usual, hung about the St will 9 to tou Bar go&$ ship year Mr. Mansfield. It was all to keep up yard watching with Jealous eyes the res&li ac 19 per eenk tor handling eargre the appearance of the comedv w proud and arrogant bearing of at small e AX TBI sold. Can rfr are roods were playing! And it was to have boy who strutted among them like a oeaaior (exereneea u aesxrea. bean kept up much longer; I was not king In the midst of his courtiers. His to divulge the truth to you until you every action was observed, and it was OCCIDENTAL SALOON were well tried. But I cannot, cannot apparent that the greater part of the play this farce another moment when girls hung upon his words and glances. ALSO PURE ALCOHOL, AM I love you so! I see and feel that you Eventually one of them offered a ripe, so love me!" to the boy, who took It withred iilKJi She was weeping now, in his arms. out apple thanks and with cool superiority. 17. A Keysor, V Proprietor, Tightly clasped, Herbert held her. His action and the queer behavior of orncJEi - iUTAH. When, at length, she Icoked up, his the other children aroused the curi- DESERET, face was changed graver, colder, osity; of one of the visitors, and he 53 V. Cnd, South, SALT LAItS ClTY : firmer than she had seen It. to schoolma'a the in, turned :: nrtV asking I n ' "Yes, dear Lena, the comedy was "Who Is that arrogant small boy?" played long enough, child, long The teacher looked, and then with a : MRS M. HUFF YivaA Cxnipleg . . enough, The" lesson has been well little air of wonder, at sw ered: learned. It has bain taken to heart." Iron Assay "Why, don't you know him ? That's 1 Man Banks. It's his frther who is Is still to the front Trith ccosonabli Johnny Two weeks later Reginald Mansfield going to be hanged. New York World. merchaafiLuo at bottom prises, for csa. T!ii!i Herri nl . . to-da- j I m y, y? 1 msJL 1 h W ' i ; m - i - J - w CM . . flood-gate- , I "i 3 i ' 1 Li-ur- , in : . Mi? : i I j 1 i FrailK D, HODDS, . BIRD & LOWE, 'i..i.iliii ... in,, m 11 : 4 c- - MAKtt G. S. . 1 . i Just Receivedl -- fines, mm : Crst-ela- j W. G.M STEW I ass i r ,: ' ' OASIG, - - - UTAH J.. .