I ATE SUBSCRIPTION the university jlcnpls of moderate means have an opportunity to get aa fdurattne in both the industrial and toe pmfeksloaal .mpitlog, of Ufa. The university had last year 976 students and la tbe summer school fit. a total of l,tl Stare tta beginning It ha giadua'ed nearly l.Jod auaik-nt- Vf MliiM Every Day ta tha by Tha standard Publishing Cam-My- - A. Delivered by Carrier ta Ogdea Oiy, lieludii Sunday Morn las Euuuaer, pw month.. Tta be Slagle copies Tba blacksmith. ,ha.rhers. bartenders, FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT. Tha Eiamiaar ia a strictly it giva all aaeppar. idea aa equal abew. Tka iaABtnBF Kia A flVOTltil, Ud BO MMilal tO pttlUl U WlU- teamiera, atarh inlet, pesters and other organizations ware unknown to (tgdrn a few iade-paada- fit CBO BtfBA jtftJ'Hliftd. IVira.aia:,.a(BS GB BU OUBJWIS BBhtBAAd Wits tl BB4 frBiAd IfOtiTvt VO in y Subscribers will ooafiar a favor iatemivg this oBci of failure Tba te recelr their breakfast. Eiamlr upon by many With proper before OP UTAH. The term at tbe rnlveralty of Utah opens thla year on September l!th, Ttadneaday. The opening week la or. rupled with antranre examination and with lha registration of students, fsptsmber Friends begins actively 7U. , Monday, t the university are nf the opinion that pmeperta for tho year me the moat promising In the the fclilnry of tbe nnlveralty. The anee to almost certain to tie larger than aver before, and Ibis, tap, in eptte the fart lliat tha flrnt year of tba given. preparatory routes la not tf to-b- e The library has been etrengt hewed, tho new hydraulic lalotatory Is In ahape for tine and marhlnea have been put In plare In other laboratories for operation, pmfeeaora who have been absent on leave return to their work end new professors and lastrurtura have been employed. The rnlieralty of I'tah really three higher state eduratloaal Institutions; --the Reboot of Arts end Rrleneea. the Normal Rrhonl, and tha Rials Sefcool of Mine. For them arhonln are tha beat equipped brarlaa, labors torise, and ahnpn In tho State. Aa the university alma to pre-paIta student to do neeful work aa well at ta be useful rlttaena, these fa. ellltlea are used alraoet to their rapacity. Aa g.matter of fart the university during tha college year reeemhlea a hags work shop. Tba anivaralty to a elate inatitu-tWsupported hy the funds of the tba peqiie of atate, and existing tie state. He etudenta are naturally then the eon and daughters of the In-nat rial classes who are ai tba uni onm-prla- . mistake. of their , can do much the labor anl to advance tha welfare uf the American people. They rau stand aa aa opposing forr to the power of ilia they ran do much to prevent the rich growing richer and fhe poor brooming poorer; alley ran dignify and elevate American labor. Hut, by a bus-latheir power, they caa tear down tha plllara of tha temple of prosperity and Indict upon the country another period of unreal trad disaster such aa prevailed from 1892 to 1887. They ware not then responsible for panic--w- e refer to that time berauae It ia Lnuwa as one of tho nmol distressingly dull periods in American InduHtrial history. There was a time when every man was for hlmantf and there waa an absence of cooperation oa tba part of tha tollers. Then tbe average skilled laborer waa poorly paid and the rights of labor were not rerogniawdt About the saint awakening aa to public righto In relation to rail rued has taken place In the peat twenty years that has been brought about In regard to the rights of employ aa and employer. Tliert; waa a time when railroad presidents refused to admit that lha Uc had any right to prescribe and regulations aa to how their roads hoult he operated. They, were all oblivious to the fact that the people are supreme In this land and have an Inherent right In all public utilities. Tha laboring man at one time waa looked upon an a serviceable instrument to be used when needed and discarded at will. He had no rights that extended beyond the rule of law that said, The laborer to worthy of hta hire.'1 Now tt la commonly accepted that the laboring man, whose loll more tba Industrial machinery of tha world, has also an inherent right to ay tinder what renditions he shall labor and, furthermore, la entitled to say whether firebrand ahull be al- lowed to hunt down the City of Toil by unfair methnda. The labor unions are doing much to ad ranee human kind. But mistakes hare I teen made; mistakes are being made. That la to he expected. Thera ace extremist In all movements, and, therefore, labor union are not more t ea made g place. laitrurtloa at atp-agth- Tba Manilas Examiaer caa be fouad oa sals by the ladepaadeat Nawa Co, Salt Lake City. ' Oa all ibraugb traias Waring Ogdra oa Tba Boutbara Facto Railway. Tba UaWa Iacifio RaUway. and Tba Orarra Short Line Railway. CUBtaer patroaa will ooafar a favor oa tho maaagtimsnt by to tbla otto wbaaovar they fail to Sad tba popart at tha dgaig-aato- THE UNIVERSITY year The change that has taken place In this city has been aa great ia other secti'jn of the country, until no organised tabor ta flrrnlv entrenched throughout the L'nlted States, with the escsptioa of paeta of the South. Unionism baa herons a tremendous power, to be taken Into rounideiation ta all industrial affair, and, now that U to entering politics, it muat ha aonaldrred even when things pure-lpolitical are before us, although their entrance into politics ia kiokad froia kBOVB iBlIl tptClfUl vldusto, but the true bam bubi be pabtUhed to toll All tetter a ad algaed by aoa da plumes, or aaramad aaama. will La throw to tba waate baokaL The brave maa atvar bidaa behind aaanied baba Don't aak the EJL lor to be raapoaaible for what are ashamed aL by car that go. UU- &B d Many politicians . n fr d 3-- 4 silver have been large and the yeaerva fund now amount, to much more than the abuts autn; apparently the fund tho bjs bean augmented hy converting seigniorage profit resulting from the manufacture of metal Iniaenin, which rota is held la India as a kind of emergency rewerve. Doubtless tola near policy la Intended lo protart India tha poualhlllty of a short supply of silver at a moment when such abort-- 1 aga might be embarrassing to the county, ihiring the past year there were times whea It possible that qllver might he eorneredbecauiie of large purchases for the Far East and other countries. Tha situation waa ralleved, htiwaver, through offerings which India bought on reason- Subsequently the Indian government conducted Ita purchases on a very large scale, la order to Insure a supply it fflrienl to meet the demand for currency la India In the active season of the year; a the re- ault of such purr ha sea th stork of coined and uncoined silver In th cur-- ' t feeling, off . b delivering', its even greater protecting foresight Biscuit And Crackers to you. Fresh from the oven, Inert Ike Wot doe "procrastinate To put of. mean? Homeless but wuan't w procrasIgert Ika tinated fmm dat fast freight! . they are enclosed in dust tight, moisture proof package, on each end of which is Affixed this bids he "Poor Her perk! Every time tan to sav aeyrhiug his wife toia him." "Not always. He he a habit of talkinq In his sleep. 1 believe, and whtu he dues msrk listens she Just that a SHARE-Cri- sp. Edkaoa. spice that cmyoas Iona. Bonds CHEESE SANDWICHES This entoeta eadoaiag a lejw ddicata bil to Isaapt aa apkaie. ay chins niy poor man, 1 am von sy you never miss 1 No'm! Gritty haven't taken cq in ten yean aad 1 don't miss it a Mi. Tha Ladvn-A- b red And white. ClNCER Zu Zw et swsatnns and bieihliy. glad to a uato. - Cepabw how the United States Government protects a letter registered , f to you, guaranteeing its delivery safe and b good order. t H" Iff exercises The MTiONAip nscuiT compaiw Friend Are ?os sure Mr. Pmkey loves you? Mis P Well, he must whea ha km ns ir his rasor to open a ran of tomato wi'h. tie, The which adopted, of maintaining, a part of lra gold reserve fund, a greater amount of silver than formerly, seems likely to have an important indue era upon lha world's mark eta for that matal. Early tn July tha Indtaa government v that benrefprth the gold fund, which la now held mainly In London tn securities, would be railed tha gold standard reserve fund. At the end of the first quarter of tha year Ilia amount of securities to the credit uf tha reserve fund was 5! million dollars, of which 3d million o stated of million of tba 3 British consuls, par rant, war loan and J millions of treasury bills. Since than purchases of .. W- Specially Registered to You PLEASANTRIES. Financier says the' new police tha government of India has -- left Vinet , B ia thw fall elertfws. of Caesar whea he croaaed the Ruoleon with the INDIA'S SILVER RESERVE. able terms. will hav SEPTEMBER h er The President endorsed the spalling reform movement with much tbe same spirit that be ordered the uuit investigation. Labor Dav parade gave of how atmngly unionized1 this city ha, become within thw past ten There were boilernrikera. plague. year. eat TrEFDAY MORNING, UTAH, ard to be so assured that Beaded for Us reserve and fcl may be largely to employed. lv LABOR DAY. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Tba Fiaauvf ia by Mil ouuida of Ogden. par ya r, gdoe lAa At laaat quarterly. la advaaea. OGDEN, unfortunate in that respect thaa are Rut one '.king even our churches. they mum guard again:, and that ia a most pronounced tendency to courage a shirking of duties to ba Their m'to should ha In prae-tiaa it ia in theory, An honeai " dar'a work for aa honest day's Thera Is nothing ao destructive :d individual pride and so completely demoralizing as "soldiering," whether It I comes from Inborn laxinea or beat tha to deair a get prompted hy of au employer. Tha habit once acquired Is a source of mental uueasl ness and work thereafter bceomro an unnatural burden to be approached whb lassitude and shunned like a versity to get a training for Industrial Its graduates are engoccupations ineer. miners, mrachani. doctor, lawyers. farmers, teacher, "what ant. At THE EXAMINER EXAMINER: HORSING THE h. hear Kdtnr You want a job? What ran you do? Applicant 1 waa a barber. Editor Hav my chair, galdea-toew- -- tion that work ia n curse, a hindrance Say, dad T, Well, mm?" "What ia to n complo life. It la the mark of fate?" Fate, my sun, i a banana peel a shallow thinker to fancy that. If tt on the sidewalk." were mu for work, life would break open around him into beautiful Bis - What you cryin' Hudd I to no cuise on work work w&Vgo" thatThere to not slavish drudgery; fur work licked for!" la ns normal to man as play la to n tiger's cub. But to the ashes of hope The Traveler- - In China the states- there to a curse upon th paradise of men have yellow Jackets. The Politic- the Idle, deep aa the dust of grave. ian Thats nothing- - In thla country So th chief concern of every man ahould be to become oriented to find they have presidential bees. out hla errand to tbe earth. This to a Little Carl (whose mother, being part of 'he obllgatlou laid upon every to drag hint out from under the aouL The animal does not have to j bl does not hav to porch for a whipping, has sent for seek for ita mist-ion- . HelK par,i ta find Its way. to normal conditions, the tatfcw to t mamlll af1w J0Uj too? Crawl under animal to pushed on to the path of tta foreordained career, but man muat cothere, quick! operate consciously with the power Physician Your ailment lies In the that make for hi progress and hta nd (.plglottis. Holll- - pence. U,yax i One look into life make dear the gan lndade! An' me afther thnnkla' thc' tbmuble wa.t la nie throat, fact that maa to not here to roll aa an aimless atone down a swift river. No; MEN GROW STRONG BY LABOR he to not here to drift with the stream, WHILE THE IDLER IB ACCURSED. but to tarn the course of the stream. He ia not here to be sent by the world, but to bend tha world. By Edwin Markham. This la the age of business, and Man Muat Remeld Tbs World, there la danger that the higher inter eat nf nten will he submerged and Into tbe deatlny of thing ho comes choked out. by the crowding concerns as another fata to ads the raw maof our money seeking civilisation. The terials of life end mold them nearer refinement of art. the beauty and tn hla heart's desire. Ha to here to ffhrry of nature, the power of repose. affirm, to create, to compel nature to r higher Issue, and to write, large hi ias-raautograph on a page of history, rounded human life; all these things It la hi to find the wilding crubap-pl- e In a career that la should have a plare to the Aston forest, and 4o transworth while, thus enlarging life'a form it to the bellflower and the greenaatia-faction- a. fr? JJ I s 'is rupeee. It la understood that, as, the government Intends, In future, U hold a much larger etock of elher .1 .11 times than It has in th. past 11.1,y f mi purPrM there may ha grarinally accumulated ilrtid lhtt An. nf million of Id about a aurplua stock drew Carnegie, our Blamarck of upon which It. will draw only neis. delivered, a weighty utterance in time of emergency when Jtn other-- ' ,Pm' ,1 in sefliMcncyof wet It has aa i Ideal aim in 111."Money." said Mr. wise large purchases would rasas an ..diea not make a maa hap- undue advance In the price of the met-- . pVi 0uld give up all the wealth I s al. Through the accumulation of larg ' have rather than be dented the nf literthe rwaervto In.stlser the govern- - ure hat conie fwm study and and art. - If Khakeapenre ment will ha enabled to carry out a ' ature Wnaner. the mnantaln peaks of I'tera- Its of conducting purchase t,ir and music, were taken out of my policy over the whole twelve t life, life would he poor Indeed. Mllllon- regularly mnnlhs, thus avoiding the neccMlty of sires who mostly live for making money hsve a sorryffme of ft In comparibuying during period of active trade son with the possibilities of tbe life and of suspending such purchases at they might lead." rudemand the other time; should for Here ta testimony, competent, relepees at any period become excessive vant, and pertinent the testimony of the government would be able to draw j disinterested witness. Here fre texts for manv serloti meditations. upon tta stock of the metal la the gold . ThMe doctrine cry out against a soul- standard reserve Instead of gulng Into j suffocating absorption la business, hut the market for tt. In effect the gnr- - j do they act the word of approval on eminent will thus have a reaerve sup- - an Idle life? Ik they mean that, work 'Misfortune m bemoan .an Incubus ply of the white metal Instead nf seen-- 1 tfo be shaken tsff? la labor the Old or aecurltloa to Ha gold miilstlng gold Msn of the 8ca astride the bended reaerve fund; this policy would seem back of Life Nay. verily. to Indicate that the government considThere I No Curie on Work, ers th maintenance nf fhe geld stand- We ire outgrowing the crude tradi buel-mpee- a ' j pleas-aurplu- J ing of our orchards; hi tn transform tbe sneaking wolf into the fal'hful collie aad tha benevolent Ri. Bernard; his to transform the arid desert, the reeking swamp, to the busy rity. the whitening wheat field; hi to command the irresponsible lightnings and yoke them to fetch and carry our words, our burdens, ourselves. : We are in the midst of an Incmnplet-e- d world. Man bimaelf to not. finished yet All things are an eternal tiecom-inGod marie the world, but man must remake It; and. to that remaking, remolding of the world, man will make, The work of crearemold himself. tion waa begun by the Higher Power, but man la commanded tn finish it. to obeying this high command be builds up his own better nature, he calls forth hi own deeper powers. My Father wurketb hitherto, sad I work." aald the great Master. These words speak to suited terms the na tore of life, Oniv when a man woriia Is he in the path of the tow, which la also the path nf discipline, of honor, of ascension. g. Idler la Punished Always. Do we smile at the eld myths? If so wo are forced to ba serious to the presence of one of them the old itoty the terrible of the Erlunys, three secret goddesses who ever were alert tu punish thuae who escaped or defied the law. There la n dread truth in that old tradition. In the deep chambers of nature there are Avenging Powers that no wealth can bribe, no cunning evad. The punishment of the idler in doubly deep because hla crime ia n double crime; he sins against himself and against society. He falls to express himself; and at lha same time he falls to render to others any retnrn for his food and shelter. The deep life law Is founded n th Golden hulu, the principle uf reciprocity. If we take, we must give. Failure to obey the divine mandate is the chief causa of all the sorrows and disasters of individual and norlal life. It la observance of thla law that swings the world to Its harmonica and makes possible the heaven of heavens. Enter into the struggle of exia tence. This is the mandate of the Power that made the world. This la the divine decree for man. and to ignore It to to defy th motion of the Universe-t- o defy evolution, to become an idler, a parasite. Idleness we know with what allent. but inflexible sternness great Nature seta her Iron will against this treason to God. Only in server does a man find hta life shd save it. Tha idler Joins the procession of the perishing. He la ihe degenerate, the parislre among men kindred te the fruitless mistle- loe of the forest, tbe eyeless fish of the rave. THE very ridge of the Llkhon r ground be) plugging Into t!. valley "he Arkansas, a squat cabin etc d before th cabin, tin a rli-ikree-lagye- d stool. -- Ratumle" t bank and forth, aa ting Tantiv grin on hta bronred face. FreqiMtly h studied the wretern lope, until finally he l.eard the distant ting of a bone' hoofs on th loos stone of th roadway. Then the grin faded, and he drew a lugubrious oowateaatirw, t the same time tabbing tta hands and chuckling in hta throat. ase-aaw- U Kumb?e.T, "here he blue aa them akys up there; think he's a mlsforiunate devil, tawaln the mountains, an the roun-h-e "lan-d!- warn, girt, bb rs. an mostly himself, ruaton Eikborn. an f Elkhorn, separate an to a bnah. Otutta te tU me sea goto' to throw ready up the aponce join in Kao ZaahiBd lYectly. The fara fool wouldn't take my advice. WM h! Nobody a the toay earth C hMa as Burney on a petered-ou- t wasting hole. An of coarse nobody as, an he's bias, nine!" he ej.ra-btas m jaded horve came to sight. 1 guara yea:" He stood t icd shaded hta ere Hallo, last. he bellowed, "tfbit'i Twain 4. tola'?" , new earner dejectedly Vl head. "Ca In," Cottlng said, abt recovering .from his cnamlt Th -- I; .T,l,ln; Hto i sny. an' whtt't hMUst have any truck .hna jmoeMetor an hla bum Ny? ! would ttfey?" Nons. Laud returned, gnawing Ms lip. "Of course, it's funny, so If you had grin and b hanged. heard them laughing at me when I suggested a loan, youd grin broader, likely." "O. I dont now. Totting said, airily: "I guess maybe I d lit Into them an been In the cslahonee shout now. But whsts the odds? We ain't down yet. Neddie." "Na" Leud sneered, "not down to th center of the earth, hnt were down to bsrdpan. Just the same. Confound It! Theres gold to that mine I know It. Itll niaks a fortune for somebody! and here we have to abandon tt Just before our vein grows rich enough to ship. O. Its maddening!" Sure," Cottlng arquleared; "theres big gold there, eon: lashlns of It. I wouldnt be surprised none If w atnirk a rotten-quart- z croes-ruvein in about two fret more. I wouldn't. Rome veto just loaded with wire gold. It wouldn't flabbergast me for a minute. Land wheeled upon his partner. "Ive been laughed at all day. be Mid. "and I expected to find at leat sympathy here. What the dertl has got into you, unyway? This is a time when such blatant cheerfulness u distinctly out of place. Iton't make me uuarrel with you. "Tou couldn't do It." colling grinned: "l'm as happy aa a rim. on. aa' I wouldn't quarrel with my mother-in-lanot air. j wouldn't "0. you're rather tickled at bs Idas of giving up the work or two ymra. eh?" Laud sneered. "If eerme funny to you that we should be ifm. polled to quit ,'ust when we re on the verge of opening up psv ore and all for the want of a few hnadrad t w greasy dollars! Youre a prospector, you see, while I am not. Ive never been a my Idssl life Isn't to bum through th mountains, In and year out. Ilka in aborigiyear nal digger. "Wow!" be Cottlng guffawed. roared, "ain't he sarrasttr! Bully boy! d Wby don't you go on, ycu ? You was thlnkto about her, too, hey? In course, without money, you wouldn't hare no how ag'in that dude who riruv you up here. "Say, Nad." he continued mor aoherly, "was it his money that cut you out or waa It Just some quarrel a tween you an her? Tou ain't never told me much about her, aa' I'd like tn figure out your rbanres. supposin' you cud go hark la a plug hat, aa silk socks, an all the rest of them fancy things. Chances nd be pretty good yet, wouldn't they? Land glared. "Tou yon be spluttered. "If you twit me about her. Ill Why. I wasn't twitting." Totting expostulated. "I wanted InfOTmstinn. You'll look real ruts in on of them corset overcoats. "O. g" to the devil!" Laud growled. disgustedly retreating Into the eabtn. "Here, dish up your slush: and talk about something else. As for me. I'm going to New Zealand. Totting crammed a hslf-rol- d panrake Into hta mouth and choked. "Yes?" he gasped. "Ye, and twenty times yes? fee had enough of the mines, the mountains. the whole country I've had enough of America. Ill cut the last its here and begin again over there. And what's more. I'll start tomorrow for the coaat!' Ill" ed "Good ws'ktn'." Cottlng suggested. I'll tramp and hobo it, Leud filmed: Y can do it!' But If you had tbesr. silk sarke " Laud Jumped up with aa oath, but before he could give vent to Li wrath a voice hailed the eabto. of Brought to a sudden rell-.aitheir surroundings, the two mqp heard voices and th tramp of several borers on the road. "Theres the El'sbo-- n stags." Totln the Interrupting ssid. tion with evident Teller. "Thata Moy bellerto'.Come out an talk whtla be rests his horses: l.lkelv there'll be some dniir.toere from tbe rity, an' you can cheer th rag wth em. Maybe ther'll ktirre mmrthtng about her. hey? He hurried ou. ard Laud more slowlv frill a ds'k arrowl still on bis fore !u ad. "Howde. the driver called. Hnw're yru rentin'? Nothin' new tn the mine. I Oenia an lady." he cnnrinn"d. "let me Interdure two friends of mine. Theyre old prospectors. an ihyve got a mine down behind that dike there. O. exclaimed a prospectors! femlne voice from within the roach. "And a tczI cabin where they live! Tou have rest your horses here, dont yon. H- - Driver? If we get out. perhaps the geptiemen win show ui f about. Im with curiosity to see how they live." A young man. evidently from the city, stepped out first, and half turned to hand Ms companion to the ground, lnd uttered a smothered exclamation nod the young man whirled upon him. Good heavens! be cried. Ned as I live. It's Ned Land He plunged forward w'.rh outstretrhed tia.fl oti wel-om- i crustacean. It holds ita own; i earn an honest living. But the pauper it come upon It the desire to gr something for nothing-t- he pu.pote to live wlihout work. It makes in mendicant way Into tha body of hermit crab and there finds read) mart nourishment and shelter.' Nature Rebukes Worthless Lit. Bonn, aa to the case of the dodder, the deep law begins its terrible rebuke. The succultoa lose ita organic structure. Look at ibis degenerate idler. The leproxy of the workleee life I upon th shapeless thing. Us leyi hav dropped away. Its eyes have goa t out. It hna become only a hollow pocket, a sucking bag. Here we touch upon a law, dep it eternity a law that rebukes the worthies life. It to only through rational activity of body and mind that any being evolves and conserves in go. if a man ataada idle, leaning or living upon others, hie powera decay. To get something for nothing, to win safety without struggle this la not ii tbe sanctions of the divine order of the world; thla la an evil thing tha distorts one's sensei of the pnmar yectitude, and that leu to the dry rot upon the moral character. : Labor ia not something thrust upon us by a malign or capricious deity, h) some Seif boa on hla arbitrary seat. It ia tbe friendly rock iu the road, the lifting of which cilia out our unknovri atrengtb, our hidden genius. In th tug and wrestle of it. we rise in's seif realization, into law thsl. blast the pawrits , The Parasites Loss Thair Fewer. one def It is a cation of biology that, the un- - blesses the worker. While the rends path perilous used organ perishes, that the parasite . shrivels to a quaking pulp or a flnbby 1,!rk . shell. The 'parasite deelmea to work, j Iktion to a J"' jj' JcT1 world der lines to take iu place In the f order, preferring to forago upon Ita- J with more thrifty, fellows. , will. world tn Th common dodder to one of these w " "2 natural paupers. In the beginning It. "d '" t" g,r" ,8 makes an honorable start; iierforma aaj. every piantlike duty; shoots out root t Baby won't differ five minute with and teaf. But the bane of the idler Eclee-trito to ils nature; so, casting off iu croup If you apply Dr. Thomas' Oil at once. II aria like magic. it proceeds to suck Us daily sap from some worthy neighNEW STEAMSHIP UNE. bor. There is a felont In the plant world. Virlnrta. B. C., Kept. 3. Captain T. Vlgliant nature, with her keen searcha It. H. sea sad not fall Wornaop. representative of a lo does ing eye, forih io punish the offender. Bhe tab suamship syndicate, who went ta a speaks hvr inflexible Judgment; "Let Mexico City to arrange for subsidy moata-wltthe unused organa perish." Forth- - for the steamship service withColumbia that pauper plant begins to be ly sailings between British Mexies. stripped of its dignity nd beauty, and ports and west coaat porta ofafter sestricken arrived today from Mexico, finally stands a degraded sr- curing Mexico's agreement and on colling, rootless, leafless, strengthless a is Ouaws rival at it expected a mere nonentity. This ia the dodder Its story and ita ntract will be signed for the service. fhO.OOO subsidy sad tragic doom. The parasite Uf f the Canada will giv amount. sucpiillna preaches the same lesson. Mexico a similar f the This creature starts out with 8. organs and aotiivtiea of any well born i WANT. ADS YIELD BIO RESULT I J e - t. Brit-seT- r i wbe. tLe ON vide PtoMi on level aff "How art you? ha heartily cried. "Vhnd aver have dreamed of finding up here?" Laud mumbled aom Inarticulate response, and then, recovering himself hy an obvious effort; "Glad to see you. Kenglll." h said, not heartily. Cottlng whistled softly. "Kengm," he whispered to blmeelf; an a girl! 1 have a surprise for you. Kenglll resumed, babbling mysteriously. Gad. maa, tbe very person we hoped tojoare meet. Im oa my Tome wedding trip. He along. raught Laud's arm and dragged him Ton can't guess who sh forward. you is!" Laud's face went white, and his llpa tightened. "I he faintly aald. Excuse me, I " A delighted cry Interrupted him, and a mass of dainty lacei flew from the roarh. Ned!" a voice cried. Laud looked up with a start, whila Kenglll burst toto dellghtsd laughter. "Tour cousin! be cried. "Congratulate ms. old chap! I've entered the Laud. family." Laud blinked, and then a look of Intent relief illuminated his face, while Cottlng. hertofor a 'allent spectator, bum into a whoop of delight. "His cousin!" Cottong cried: "an the Daizell girl's down in the city waitin', hain't she?" The bride looked over her cousin's shoulder and brightly nodded. Cottlng emitted as whoop. "O. I can't held InV hr roared. Ill bust! An' we're rich were rich: That.' the lerrat, kid. Millie you was gone. I used the tost shot an opened up a cra-t- s vein ear-pl!ttl- TES. OF COURSE. of ITS NED LAUD AND "THAT DAUELlgIR1m just rotten with fro gold. sold for rafCetomt to make both hi and Laud extaematy wealthy. Laud gaaped. Fanrmy remained ia tha rat, set"Wow!" Cottlng roared again, tled down and ta 'living Him a vrhiti quite besids hlmaelL Youre It! I'm man." it! Were It! Far to lha east to a quiet laud suddenly comprehended, and nook toaway the park of the Dalsell as forward. In an Prang Instant th tat a stalwart fellow and t two prospectors were dancing aa If beautiful woman yoaag have passed to thalf at a cake walk, down the road, while walk, each upon the other. the roach passengers cheered. Luck - "Then wesmiling shall surely ba married dnrradedjipon th uosf placet. to Vay? he aak. "Yes, she repllos, quickly aad Ti two year later. simply. strike proved even grester Cotttogs vex. of course. It's Nad Laud than ha had thought and tbe mine had been aadWhy. "that Dalun gtri. quirt, Whoop! .