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v rV. t ) .THE DEAREST Go No P VYiIW Fondest Hope! Hap piness and Bab Hie Traf ic liid of fhe Bilious American Ivory R4l?eHekllh, v riattsburi?, Mi.- - . Lyd'a'E.'Tlrt. tam s Vegetable Compound has proved very beneficial tome, for now I am well ana have a sweet, healthy baby, and - our home h happy. . ' invalid ? from nervous PP prostration, indigestion and female troubles. ' . . " h Send your jewelry to us. WI Watches 31.00 up. Ilea for Oi.eida silver tab Catalogue free. Poacher ccftyftcftr My ft DO AY CO. oum a cool one" E-Rober- Foran elephants in his uctmtv Ills native spies were trvlneil to bring him early Information of the apprtach of a gbod herd No the dra matte story, recently to the world through the daily press, of the death of James Ward Rogers, the American elephant poacher. In the Congo The name Rogers probably conveyed nothing to many millions all over the world until the story of hlg tragic end was pub-- j llshed broadcast. NYet so many who have traveled in Stanley's "Darkest Africa" the territory which witnessed the truly remarkable end of an adventurous career the detaire of the dramatic chase through the jungles and Its atill more dramatic conclusion will not be a mere VERY one will remember gln sooner did he get news of some big tuckers than he set forth through the thorn scrub, under a' biasing troplciU sun. to track them Creeping on all fours thiyuglr' the bushes and flfteeh-foo- t high grass, ho made his way Into the center of the, herd and selet ted.hls bulls He would follow them up until he had killed off all the best tuskers In the herd Then would come the cutting up of the elephants and the hewing out of their giant Ivory teeth . At last the Sudan go eminent determined to stand thts brazen lawlessness no longer A mes senger was dispatched to Rogers warning hlnrto come In and surrender, or else, declared the ofll C clals. he would not be spared There must be many others In America besides 1 think I suffered every paixf wo- myself who have been through this seetknt of was tjplcal of the man answer His man could before I began taking Lydia Central Africa and to whom Rogers was known If you want me. come and get pie E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound, and personally Now Captain Fox. Inspector of the M ougalla And to us the regrets. story brings 1 thmk-- it saved Ihis baby's lifep for Rogers was a fine type of man, even though province In the Sudan, did want ltogeis and. dost my first one. dehis moreover, wanted him badlv He accepted the In were latter and d,ay outlawry spent My health has been very good ever fiance of challenge, aftey first sending word to Rogers constituted lawfully authority. - since, and 1 praise your medicine to ai Tn order that the causes which led up to the he proposed to bring him Into Mongalla, that Mrs. Verna Wilkes, my friends." or alive " dead , necesis 'it be better understood, tragedy may Ik F. D. No. t ts burg,- - M ias. to touch lightly upon history and political whajj, he read the message laughed Rogers sary .The darkest days of husband andwifa Back came'theT'ftn s w er. otTTlie'?oot"oF the same' era when- they come to look forward to factarMany may recall tharihe'Rrltlsh govern? official note. "I am waiting Come and get nte1 ment leased the of the Cono territory strip a childless and lonely old age. known as The Lado Enclave a long strip stretchCaptain Fox set forth front Mongalla In pursuit Many n wife has found herself Jnca-pkb- ing along the bankwof the Nile from the south-- ' of this daring outlaw with the meager force of a of motherhood owing to som6 ernmost Sudanese non commissioned officer and six Sudan- of Lake Albert to Klro, on derangement of the feminine system, the edge extremity eso soldiers and a few native carriers and mules of Sudan to the late King Leopold of often curable by the proper remedies. for the conveyance of supplies the Relglans, for the duration of his lifetime On In many homes once childless there his Up the banks of the Nile went the little party death, It passed back Into Rittish hands and, era now children because of the fact of soldiers and their white leader and ever under the control ot the' Sudan incidentally, that Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetablo officials. of them was the fearless Bogers. laughCompound makes women normal. in his sleeve and content in the belief that be ing to Is to Prior this that say, under Leopold's If yon want special advice write to rule the Lado Enclave waBLhe happy hunting-grouncould outwit the most determined pursuit Utit Lydia E. I'lnkham Medicine Co. (confhe had misjudged the caliber of the man who oL British and foreign idential) Lynn, Mass. Ypur letter will badHberfiSent after hlm of the" be opened, read and answered by a eBelgianaa minis trattbii Day by day thejlttle party kept on down the a mere few were and Ladowas farce. Odlclals woman and held in strict confidence. the Nile, across the Nile, first In the up Nile, far between and the natives did as they willed, and then In Uganda territory . Congo reterritory without must let be or hindrance. It fear of EYE Doubling and redoubling on their tracks, the) ACHES membered. however, that If any of the poachers ; never gave up hope were caught red handed wltlTThe poached IvoryT have which must of the posSomethlng splrlt were sent to the Belgian Congo capjtal, IN WARFARE OF FACTIONS they on the Congo river, to undergo ten . sessed both pursuer and pursued can be gleaned from the story of the final meeting between these years hard labor in a chain-gang- . Snapshot of Quiet Domestic Scene two men This little pleasantry of punishment was the When Rivals Fought for the worse Imaginable. They were chained round the Worn out, wet 'and hungrjr Fox and his party' Control of Mexico. neck and fastened to a long string of the worst reached a village late one night. Here they learnnative malefactors. Their legs were riveted into ed that the poachers had shot a native for disThere was a dramatic silence.. chains and round their middles were other heavy This had obeying an order given by Rogers "We need butter for supper, said s All so now they were enormous that the chains, happened only supporting morning, the wife and mother firmly. "I dont hot on the trail of Rogers poor wretches worked In the forests or Bee howwe can get along without It. day.(bese In the open. Under a blazing sun, goaded on to their pitiable condition, on learning Ill send Johnnie to, the grocers. Its farther labor by the extreme brutalities of their of Despite this murder Baptalrt Fox and his weary men just across the street, you know. Hes hard hearted Bet out in the dark In pursuit. once at' guards. They little and can run fast. White man and negro were treated alike. No of all and the traveled that night part greater "No, said the husband and father .favors were shown to In next came of them. sunset the Toward any they sight day.' : firmly. I will go" It may be safely stated that the death of of an immense village squaru. around which were Dut the wife Hung herself op hia Hogers closes the long chapter of lawless eleposted a hundred of the armed native followers breast as he took clown his hat. In the Congo. For the of the poacher poaching years phant "No no. John. she cried: j you Slowly Captain Fox advaned until he--t cant be spared. I will go. but It Is not so now, for the Sudan government the center of the armed men. He caught hqr by the arms. In June, 1910, and set about excontrol assumed "Where ls the white man, your master?" he ask"No, he quickly said. What would " the ed poaching industry. terminating authoritatively. I du without you? Hark! On my arival at Mongalla, the southernmost The armed watched him natives sullenly withThey all listened. of In on Sudan Nile those out At the the post days, last, after, what seemvouchsafing reply. "I can open la tumbler of jlly, said had the good fortune to meet my old comrade In to one ed hours like of the natives the captain, the wife and mother. C. V. Fox of the Egyptian army, and In the centoward arms, a house pointed large silently (apt. child. the Gimme Jelly, cried of routat discused with him the ter of prospects length the village. So they sat (down and ate their bub Fox approached the house Indicated, with his ing out the terless Bupper. At the time I little thought that, a trifle over rifle cocked and ready for instant ubo In case of , And all thii happened because they two years later. Captain Fox would ba the central He halted a few paces from the bouse and need. and the of In Mexico, the City lived most dramatic with in one of the summoned figure Rogers Rogers to come out and surrender rival factions were using the street and exciting stories of real adventure which has No reply came to the first summons and so he for gun practice. ever come out ofj the Congo, or, for that matter, repeated it twice more. learn-eAfrica. who know our Africa have BuLwe All remained as silent as the grave and Fox Counter-Thrust- ' to be at -surprised nothing. ' Buth- kept-h- ls treachery; Senatoi begantosuspect said "A very good retort I" - Part of this remarkable story comes to me dl- on the door. eyes In this an In city argument Lodge from old friend" Fox and rec! my It and a Captain servant native par! Suddenily opened; A very over the Immigration bill. f from other friends In Africa. Captain Fox s story camo out and saluted Fox; .good retort Indeed! It reminds me ol lacks a of for the wants The many to good modesty details, come In," he commandant you Weeks. th his said, In his native dialect, "He ls sick, and can Br,tlhh 8oldler ls reflected throughout Weeks and his wife were quarrel- on and 1 would are not come out to you.V with a hard, scornful Weeks, ' Hke . hatte to cleared Fox s modesty but either , At first It looked Suspicious, but Fox decided up, Tv fish out ol like acted laugh, you - or his sense of what ls due to a dying man , s last to risk apy trap. He walked toward the house water. elucidation of. the blank the request prevent f.iu lefhls rifle outside leaning against the wall. f "Weeks sighed. hen be called to his soldiers to remain on guard landed fish, But a very cleverly we would like to know who ls the For Instance, no one to leave the house while he was and allow he said, in a musing voice. doctor referred to by Rogers and Captain Fox. in It. Maybe we shall never know! Rogers Ups are Then he passed In through the doorway. Once in a while a man' manages to sealed by death .and the lips of Captain Fox are He found himself In alarge dark 'room, "lighted' in rich splter)f'h1irwlfe. get' sealed by'a dyiflgaars'lasf chafge. The" doe by a single flickering candle. For a moment his tor must go down to posterity as a figure of eyes failed to see anything, but gradually he bepieces. mystery, unless the Belgians disclose his name. came accustomed to the dark light and made out The Effect of Coffee on Highly OrganWe know that he was the boon companion of ized People. the figure of a white man lying on a carap cot. Rogers and' we have the latters statement that Beside him sat another white man, who was unknown to Fox. Ib had heard that therq was an"I b?ve been a coffee user for he w as Innocent of poaching. One must sympathize with Rogers, even If one other white man with Rogers, whom the natives years, and about two years ago got called Doctor," but his Identity bad pekgp been into a very serious condition of dys- disapproves of his breaches of the law. His ls a and he died as, no doubts he learned by the government. pepsia and Indigestion. It seamed to picturesque figure would have wished to have died with his face me I would fly to pieces. I waa-b- o Surrounding the bed were ten armed - native followers of Rogers, who eyed the soldier with nervous that at the least noise I was to the front and shielding his comrade, the mys, " . sullen suspicion. distressed, and many times could not terious doctor. Rogers was an American who, at different Fox stood Inside the door and looked from one straighten myself up because of the times, was a resident of many cities In Clfornia.-H- e white man to the other. pain." had spent many years of his life iaah un it "Which is Mr. Rogers?" he asked, breaking the Tea iSf just as Injurious, becose with a big strained silence. contains caffeine, the same drug found quenchable search after adventure A until he found hia heart's ' desire in Central " Mr. Rogers has been shot. replied the white in coffee. me I must not Africa. He Joined In the rush to the Klondike Inrrman sitting beside the cot, with a growl of an or eat any heavy strong food, and or- the late nineties and after his return he entirely ger. Yea, and by your men". dered a diet, giving me some xnedir disappeared until the news came of his death in The man on the bed spoke thickly and as if In cine. I followed directions carefully, Africa.' After trying first one thing and then another but kept on using coffee and did no great pain. h In Africa, he turned his hand to elephant poachI am sorry, very sorry, lndedd, that you have better. get any been wounded, Mr Hogers. "Last winter my husband, who was ing, and here be found his true element of adEox walked slowly venture. aw ay on business, had Postuni served forward to the bed. I hope it ls not serloua, but He gotnhe natives dr the Lado Enclira under to him In the family where he boardjcertalnly you are mistaken in' thinking my sohis control so that they lid hia everjSlddlng when he so well that ed. He liked it ldiers did it." came home he brought some with him. and acted aa his allies. He eitabllshe&ftan or- fn bed andTalifng'baTk. wUh"a We began using It and I found it ganlxed --administration over the wild, trackless The other jg f country, and, among1 these nakei savages, who x L. moet excellent white man tried to soothe liim. was by the It "While I drank It my stomach never had hitherto known no master, was virtually a Boldlers.YQu. aent here to arreet me.- - he coBtla-- bothered me Ln tEe least, and I got klngr even If he was" uu uncrowned monarch. Ued, with fcltter hate. ever my nervous troubles. "When the Time after time he evaded capture by Sudan and! ."There were, three of my men on ahesd of Postuni was gone we returned to cot Belgian officials. 'And,' finally, we know that be, me. It ls true. Fox replied, but L am convinced Jee, then my stomach began to hurt eluded a hot pursuit for ever six weeks. they would not have shot ' at you or Interfered the Lado Enclave with bis white comEntering me as before, and the nervous con with !fou." j rt panion, he set to work to make the unruly and ditions came on again. The 'injtn on the bed eyed the soldier sternly, That showed me exactly what was hitherto unsubdued natives subservient to his without answering. For a few moments there ven-more than that; for he made was silence. the cause of the whole trouble, them stanch allies. On the approach of governCome and stand right here so that I can have quit drinking coffee altogether and ment officials the natives would give him ample trouold The Postum. on a look. at you. Rogers ordered Fox suddenly.' kept using bles .left again and have never re- warning so that he could escape. Then he travfpw, tell me what you want with toe." eled about the country until he saw aood site -turned." Captain Toxc being still unarmed, went and his for Is where he and it headquarters, explainstore reason," a his stood pould beside the bed. Under the red blankets Theres , ed is tho little book; The Road tc Ivory, ammunition and supplies. covering 'Rogers could be seen he shape of a The next thing to do was to train band of WellvilJe, In pkgs. heavy revolver. It was pointing straight at Foxs w natives to act as soldiers. 6e ahv Mini A Ever breast Rogers eyes were blazing.- - Still the soltMmm All cow being ready, he Mr fim proceeded to mark dier did not full , BUMI trv frailnci lf irt -- - 1,-P- la - le 'In-adva- nce d -- Pettit$EVSalvfe . - leg-iron- -- 1 ivory-poacher- CP j s. d - , - fly to ts A . s grnF 1 lll-an- ll d -e- - ml irn Tkt A admitted you covered 1 .era 1 of coming Good Tea 1 list all that rest until You're wounded now are better " you lot of pleasure -in drinking Good Tea. There -- charges to prefer" pipe-drea- m 4 Rogers hae lo grudgingly with my Colt Yes but you won't dare to shoot,' . guietlj r Honesty Is a soil ou t dare' Wh not, should like to know?" A delightful habit with 1 hundred a over have Rogers answered back. " roost. to home men , four have men and outside armed you only with you 'so my men tell tne" Nevertheless, you wont dare shoot me or mo lest iuyenun You are under arrest, Mr Rogers, for illicit Ivory poaching, murder, entering a closed district without a permit, and carry lnga gun without a license" am charged with. Is it "So that Is what "Have you no other Rogervt, smiled grimly you know Particularly if the quality is always the S2me. The critical Tea drinker, , Do you know gueea "No. I'm a dvlng man. tha you are 8ur' In the territory, Belgian youre rounded by my men. and that you atand more chance of, arrest than do" t atn not Tn Belgian tertF "You am mistaken es of my Tory" and ""we need Tiotdlscuss-thehanc1 lhat knows 1 HewlettTTea arrest " Captnln'Fox deemed it wise not to excite the manany moreand . silently w lthdrewfromthe he set lo work to disarm room Once' outside, ng of the followers Rogers This was soon were cowed. now that for they accomplished, their lender was helpless servant a native of the night In the middle catne to Captain Fox to say that Rogers was dying, and that he wished to speak to the olfiber. jThft soldiers did not. want him tog lntoths house again Rut Captain Fox was not to be is a isahvaysjreliableand; Always Godd. the-dyi- for Roger Fine in Every Package. Coupon Is 1 The hot air treatment for trouble -. seldom efficacious. -- When you come to Salt As he entered the house. Rogers turned to his white companion, salng Lake next time, be "Doctor, Iwlsh you ter hear and be a ItuefiiLia- - sure to visit ui in our Fox I sur" hat am going to say to o Captain new home Sudan the governvoluntarily-trender"myklf ment. I want yotL to see that the doctor gets We will be pleased to show I be Into no trouble over this affair, captain over one ol the finest you am a dying man, sothat I am not going lleve rooms in the country Si! fa! banking showr and all my "to UfTabout it This was my work The doctor ts blameless !jjjgJ On the following afternoon the three soldiei who had been sent on ahead arrived at the vilnthiiiTpl. iimnwis lage and gave Captain Fox an account of thel; experience Founded 1139 They stated that on arriving in the poacher' Resouroet over $4.b00,000 stronghold Rogers ordered them to give up theli arms. He seized his Mauser rifle and opened probably too busy to turn Hts companion, the -- Nature-Is Are with it and a revolver. men. out handsome doctor, also flred on the soldiers with a Winchester. Others attacked them with Winchesters and with arrows Had It not been almost dark, the soldiers would have been killed and, as it' was, they all had narrow escapes, all Of them being hit. Write for This Tn the fighting, Rogers was struck by a soldier Monument Booklet Lb u eC-.h I c 1 o d g e dne a h eTi I prbu tb ew a k e d FREE to his house and sat down In a chair tleMxn In newest All the Ts me Captain Fox was satisfied that h prtce t nioney-?lwas on Belgian territory and wrote to the Bel Yea cnt fford Mouur-- ' to buy gtan commandant to explain 'the occurrence. Two went nntll yeon scene officer the the arrived later booklet Belgian days grt this tt Now. . write for . with a large escort of troops . ii it bolutIy The day after the arrival of the Belgians, RogHltK AIo writ for ers was obviously dying, and sent for Fox. lie I KKE Mantle was conscious to the end, and described his sympCtUlogue. toms. & Sins Co. Elias Morris "Say, captain, you are a big fellow and strong W. 3. Ttau Sc, sh Uke City Lift me up once more for the last time, hs Monwneetf Marbls Work t muttered. "I shall not be here tomorrow. I'm Tils still pretty heavy, aint If' Fox leaned over him and gently raised him on the bed, with his arms under the dying men's shoulders. T.m sorry, Rogers,vJie said. "But you brought this on yourself." "I know, old man. You're all right. I would rather have surrendered to you than any one. Good bye, Doc. Good by, captain. Remember, the doctor ls Innocent, all my sh His head.dropped back his spirit went Id . render Us last account to its Maker. Gently Tot laid the body of the poacher on the bed and then turned away to escape the sorrow of the doctor, ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK who was deeply unstrung by his friends death. , OF EVEBT DESCRIPTION I And so thlsman died, far away from his frlend.1 and country. Full of courage and grit to the end, Wire & his fate was worthy of a better cause, , So did the curtain fall upon the most dramstlc tragedy iu ,Rlt Lake Clr, itik the history of the Congo elephant-poacher0 1 1 vm Walker Brothers :Sffl irift - 1 1 h-- w rt Its 1 Monu-loen- u n A -j ; Sl-- . Iron Vorks Crager A HABAKKUK, THE NEGLECTED. POSITIVE. JfER-MANEN- T CURE FOR Liquor and Drug Addictions Inaftl M Short Chapter of the Bible That la Littla Read. tb One oMhe dlsappolnted itatesmen"of thecoun-- t r, M Hmr m Umm. THE KEEUY IN. night found solace In reading 34 V. SwS Tai StmC U Lil City Habakkuk, eighth of the minor prophets, as fouhd in the old testament. We doubt if many persoas, even auch as are fairly familiar with the Bible, frequently read this little work of three chapters, says the Philadelphia Inquirer. It ls seldom one Then yon will want one of those "Exroscaa FREK I A letter or bears tegts from this book preached upon. Dual"will WE GIVE poatal bring one to you. Write today As a fact, nothing Is known whatever of HabakWa do developing and finishing kuk unless he be identified with one of the same tor particular people. . ks name.wbo-is- SALT LARK PHOTO SUPPLY CO. mentioned In the apocryphal-wor189 Mala Salt Lake City. Utah as having ministered to Daniel In the lions den. is name The not Hebrew, but may have been asOUK LATEST ILLUSTRATsumed for literary purposes, "ha was not uncomED CATALOGUE. Explain mon In thosl days. . bow w teach barber trade in Call or write eleht The gist of the first two chapters of the book " MOLERweek. BARBER COLLEGE fs the grief of the prophet over the IS Commercial Street LAKE CITY SALT approaching Chaldeans. The last chapter ia a poem with " . musical directions, which some' persons think was NaughtyLad. written by another of the same name or title. See here, , boatman," said th Irate Perhaps not many persons know that In this old gentleman, I thought I told. you book Is found the familiar quotation: But the I wanted a boy to go along with me Lord is in his holy temple; let all the earth keep and grub my hook!" ' silence before him. Yea. air, answered .the boatman. fand didnt. he do itf Cause and Effect. No,; He hooked my grub Instead," You've. got an awful grouch this morning1 , Ending the Tale. . T know It." J i . Whats the matter didnt' you have a good , Rgpber.beglnnlng, the hair ,cut) breakfast? , tlave you heard the story about the ' Naw! want guy that (resuming business) trouble!" It short The boy didnt deliver the morning paper and Cuatomer'fa. tiredt editor) Yes; a there was nothing for me to do but to talk to my mere synopslaTUI do! .wife during the whole meaL" Cleveland Plain ' Dealer. Surprise I A Boston girl Visiting la Most Palnfdlpart. ' the first time,' w y r Heres an Interesting article la a peril dleaT ' shocked whea some c v about making surgery painless" fig tree. Is there anything In that article about dofng I Vhv I alwar away with the surgeons bill?" -- Tf dn election kodak? y --i- ' -- Wbat-wasahA. s 0 ti - . 4 , v- - . . i.