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THE EXAMINER Pubhahad Evary Day in Mia Year by Tha Standard Publishing TL SUBSCRIPTION Delivered by Carriar in Ogdca City, intruding Sunday Mura-tuKuuiwr, pat munA. . 75a Slug la copies ! Se g BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Kxanuuaf ia stai by mail The oulxd iff ogdea. per car..4S.Mi At iaaat quarterly, u advauca.. Lu of is.otui square ml'ea. xiretrtilng 2'U) uiilcs by 75 milvk widt from tha ntuun-Uiu- k u the kea la (be fall uf lvuj. e hri ik government report of (be crop oaitie in. a lamiuc wa cvidcui. aud Americana (ok a hand In the t'iuter mlMdonary Ural relief work, of B'e Aineri-vau- r kiirpiccK a containchosen, later eulargel I e eti l tha additiou of a t'liuich of FuglauJ minx lunar. and a E. William Rev. Calholic. Ijinipe wax elvcivd chairman and the A ivport of work promptly started. ihe xituainm wm sent o lJieiJ-ileu- l by Coukul Ueuwcal Miller, aud Rihmavelt prnmptly sent furlh hi appeal for ahirb hore -- uch muguilicent re.uli. To the Fulled Suit- mote ilinii any other couuiry the jieople altiihute their relief. Amaiica was Ike tirl ia the Held with her comributiona, and (key exceeded In amount more ihaa all other minutnea txaubiued. A total of IkHU.notJ gold was contdbuied by Ihe cltlxetta uf ihe fulled Mialew. II came el leant stx weeks bcfre any rihm oubU'ibuliua. It wa known as "the Lulled Miaiea fund." I'otikider-ol- a fiaaiatuffa waie stnl diied by the rauadiaB government, Australia aad Siam, and Ihaae were effectively used darlug lbs winter luunlliif. la every village headquarter were etablihed and food waa given to laat three days, hut ia no imtianre did It exceod In amount S Id cents per capita, lu no Inataura wa money given. Every man, woman and child Ip the affected territory wa knows to Ike anthorltto. a well a Ibelr resilience, past history, occupaiion anl amwaatltea. Ro tt maV ba said .that every Individual was hmked after. To make this ay stem practical a man wa placed lu charge of each twenty-livhouses la thu famine region, and ha was required to nee to It that hlv charge were properly cared for. Earn dqy ha made reports to his superior, sad when a specially dawdling case wa recouated wpsrtal rare was direct-to tt. It was the govern metil Idea of the people to aura Ihe ftiiMf iada-pende- y Ko-ma- n Fri-nvi- i OAd 1M) mo (vontdit ttf pu&lsfe. ll Will piri the twas ynluifuil aad Vjijfiifii:i ril't" i wilt It racwlYta an ail aubjacia prssauiad la paciful boiguaga from known in (livid uais, but tha trua uaats aiuil ba published ia ulL Ail tetter aad communications sigued by, bob da plumes, or taaaBsd ami-u- will ba Ths thrown ia the vast brava man aavar kidas babiad aa KJ1-tafrumwd asms. Don't ask tba to ba repanaibla for what you aia ashamad at ba-L- aC ar Subscriber will motor a favor latoruiag this offiae of failure to meal r Tba Exaniiaur batore their breakfast. by Tba Homing Examiner esa ba fouad oa aala by tba Indapandant Nawa Ca Salt La La City. throagh tram Oa all Ogdea oa tearing Tha Sonlhcra Paclflo Railway, e L'nlua raci&a Railway, and Tba Oragm Short Lina Railway. pstrowa will coaler a favor on tba management by. reporting ta ibia afaea wbnaavar they lea to Sad tba pepors at tba designated places. Tba aelf-reapo- REPUBLICAN TICKET. and THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York, Far Can green. JOSEPH HOWELL, o ( Cashs County, (OMeM Bupiwmo Par Judga not pauperise them. Early In lha famine tl matwiiy of rood pul Ihe people to the extreme uf cal lug the mots and leaves of tree and akimbo, acorn, and even straw. 'The govern mam Immediately dispatched It chomlata to gat sample of the" emergency RhmI and analyxs them to daterininc their food value. 1ieriouk fauilnwa ia Japan had been Far Praatdant, Court, JOSEPH E. FRICK, INSULT TO ROOSEVELT. B. K. Bair, a Grand Army veteran of Oaden, sMMto tha following teller to the Intanuountatn Republican: la reading your papar thta morning I found a etatwnem that Delegate Man Daugherty sail in a spreeh tha siala convention of the Araar-raparty In Malt, lake on Friday, September 23, that ha was schemed of Praalrtoat Ronaevuh, and I hat every into American baa the name feeling toward him. Who la this Mall Daugherty, dial makra inch aa aaaertloa? What la ha, anyway? Ha la a btowtiard, and a liar when he aval as that every true A merle a deepises President Roawevell. I am I WL ooainwiudcr of I he U. A. It. post of Ogden. Utah, 1 am 69 years old. and bad I bean present at l hat I should have si nick him. We tmv aiuaiy-flvmembera in uur post, aad every nna of it is a tme Amen lean, and thank God for ll. AM) WK ARK NOT ARHAMKI) OF TJIKO-DORha-fo- ra n in a ROOMRVEL.T. Tba surprising thing ia that the Amerlkeanw convention cheered the remarks of Mr. Dangherljr and thereby endorsed them. It would not do for Mr. Daugherty to repeat his apeach before an Ogden audit pro made up nf therm old war heroes. There wmtM be g call for a hoapllal van 'and one leas vote for the Amerikearna. marked by lame mortalities, dim to Intestinal disorders a the result of bad food. Pityflllng by the expert cue uf her surgeons In tba lata War, Ihe government seat a ttwlaed nrpa to tha famine regkm, and a careful survey wk kept upon the hygiene of the people. There wa no outbreak of dysentery, no peat of say deacrlpthm. HH CaaroaM. to A. S. reason me." t Capt. Guilford Dua-catake part fa the lust f. M. He leaves the ght at Appomattox. CH AFTER II to gu wax-le- t. PAPER. The Iniermoumata Republican ia uncertain aa to where the Mali Lake working for Its lufcicKt. Adverttemg Herald stands. That paper nay ediof the right' wort, combined with Ibc torially: of the city, will nwlural udvitntage Thu Herald protasis dial we are takno xuiwll portion of ihe Nevada divert uomr from an of lie ing iis party ay We will taka more. Tba (rude to the hand of kical mcicnania. Mupponer. Dunhx-ratlMalt party In cniiniy la wanting money keeping up li or It will not he Mixing ganixaHon. enough in the voting to warrant ihe expanse. It cannot offer a qurc deal to ihe Mormons of Malt lake. Ii can But- guarantee to defend anything. And In its premm aUiluln of ! lke e THE HEALER - g, It le h row lug a wm v tlu The Herald wll have a answer the queeHim: Where are you? Are you for Domor.aiic i ii formerly up-po- hud. t auroras In Idaho? We dare you in deny il We dare you to admit ll. Tom Kearux and Frctl DiiImiIx me working for Ihe hantc thing. Arc you for Fred? Are you Tom? You cannot be for one and agaiuai the mher. You are a Democrat. So ia Yon nutat ho for hint. Then Fred. yon mum be for Tout. Captain Uttucxa determine to IaliOk III. Ill 'Although well educated and a I without lawyer. 1apiatn Dum-afamily or money. IV He works his pwsawge to Cairo. At faltxi Duncaa wave Captain Hallam's cotton from Sre. VI - Capt. Will Hallum. a modern captain of InduMiry" hire Captain a V-- Duncan. VII aad VIII Captain Ditiicau advance In hi employer' estimation. He save Captain Hallam's coal fleet from dew ruction by a aloriu. IX Captain Haltetu ppipoaek in make Duncan a partner iu hi enlei-- p rises. X - TIi i ouug man beixiuie a force for good among thu young inea uf Calm. XI Barbara Verne, a young lady, run lha boarding house In which Captain Duncan take hi meal. XII - Captain Dunrau I thanked by Barters for saving her fiout uuuoy-sue- s by mischievous boy, lia determine to call upou her. XIII -- Captain Duncan In lie Barbara to a dance. XIV He Incurs ihe enmity of Mapper Taudy. a capitailat. a rival of Hallant. by making nf the Captain latter's coal mine a pavhig pmiieriy. to competlilou with one of Tandy' whatever that could aatisfy 11 properties. At the cue! mine Duncan meet old acquaintance. Dick Temple, now workiug aa a miner. Dirk Tern-piaiigesta g wav to Increase the output of 'thu mine and I appointed engineer. XVI Duneaii. who i rapidly if king In 'he world. Is in love with Barbara. cr Tandy aticmpta to bribe Duncstl. XVIII Duncan proposes to Harlmra. Rita tells him she caui.nl glva him a decided answer. XIX Xapper Tandy circulate the atory that Ditnoan tan aked him a bribe. To retaliate. Hallant propnaea to buy auffldunt sharoa In Tandy's bank to elect Piinea.i president. Dick Temple la eommtastonod by Haltem. to buy the hank work. XV haste to talk ef It. particularly after what, ha happened between Tandy and Mr. Ptincati. Then you would never forgive me fur not telling you. Khe went on then and told in w hat I must tell you. Khc told me, Mr. Duucau, that I aiu the daughter ef a XVH-Napp- thief!" The girl paused, unable to go on. Dunrau saw that abe was suffering acutely, and ha determined to spars her. You must atop now, Barbara," lie aa.d to a rareuig tone. "You are I will bear tint rest anverwroughi. other tint when you feel stronger nod and for me. I aiu going to any good night now, so that you may rest. But tieforw I go I want to say that nothing you bars told me Can make the least s difference to my feeling or uiy or my purposes. You are what jron are. Nothing else matter. When you feci strong enough I will coma again and persuads you ta ba my wife. Good ulgbt!" Aa site stood teeing him, with unutterable dtetresa In every line of her face, he leaned forward Impulsively, but with extrema gentleness, aad kissed her. fr XX. Ysrii uu-au- an CHAPTER . Nww A Concluded. "Rut haw would It ha'nnfnirT H would lie doing the on tiling la the world that 1 want yon to do. It would be giving me the ana woman In tba world whom I want for my wife, the auly woman I aliall aver thluk of mar da-in- iar-erent- ly OF AMERICANS. Reports bom Yokolmnin. nay the Man Frnnclxrn fall, under date of June Hi. ny that the famine in Jap.in . la over and there i no further s ixiaiui outside for ily of IT.'iM.nno gidd ha-- , ire I and a.--t million of half (iwiii'p upward nci-ox- tn-r-- tcin'nri an arn tlut star are costly being bulky, t yon atxmt that tomorrow. You see. I want you to kuow Juat what we're doing aud planning and then we'll And the beat place for yon to put your money Into. Ita getting late now, ao we'll drive back to the bank. I told the cashier to wait for u. though of con rue it's after banking hour. Ou their ret uni to the bank each of thcae men .felt he had "pul iu a good day's work." Tandy was sure that by Idling the young man have a few shares iu (irmly established enterprise he could rope him In," a he ph raxed it In hia mind, for Ilia purchase nf some more doubtful things. Temple, iu hia turn, was convinced that by buying Into amne of Tandy's more ieciilafive entenirlaee be cuuld ultimately secure the shares he had been set to boy lu the X National. The telegraphic reply from the New Yurk bank had been received and was altogether satisfactory, so, late aa it vii, Temple drew on New York for fl2,ix) and, with ths draft, o(Mnd a tlcxit account for that amount In CHATTER XXI. the morning after hi consultation with Captain Will IlNlhun, Richard Temple had lii first Interview with Tandy. Jewett, ilia hotel proprietor, walked with him lo tho X Nalluual bank, took hint Into the bauk arlor and introduced bltu to tha president; intimating that he would probalriy wish to do ome business with tha bauk aud Tandy That tha young man wa aa square a they make 'em. Tandy welcomed the visitor cordialf ly, and when Jewett bin! bowed out Temple opened negotiation, very cautlon!r aud witb every seeming of indecision, a to what be might ultimately decide to do. I have little money, Mr. Tandy, that I may want to invest, ''m rather n atrauger in t.'aira I wonder If you, aa a banker, would mind advising me. Tandy's bauk. Then he went to hi hotel. Hia first Uf course if 1 make any Investments Impulse wa to aend a message to I shall do so through your bank. It la my bustoeM to adviae Inven- Captain Will Haltem asking whether tor. Mr. Temple, aud In your case It Is be might take Ihe barrel factory slock, alee a pleasure, if 1 uiny lie permit (ed and perhaps some oilier things of like aide." iu bla mission, ta say so. What art your Idea- s- lu a kind, lu aid of An occasional tear was by this time but upon reflection he derided to act mean?" I way. general trick Hug down the girl's checks. How "It would ie aamowhat difficult for upou hia own JudgmeuL without concould it lie uilierwtee when tha inau sultation or advice. H.illnm had glveu to"-- me she loved and hoimnd alwre all oilier a' free baud, leaving him to work "i Hi. I ipi te understand. You haven't him was so temlerly saying aurb tilings of out the problem In hia ewu way. Any Yon mad mind. to want yet up your her aud ta her with a sincerity too look about you, eh? Well, that's, right. communlcnt iou lietween him aud Halgreatly imesiouaie lo be often to any lum or between him aud Dunean would more harm done hy hsxie iu doubt? How could ll be ellaerwiaa There's involve something of risk. Mo be Mt abe must put makiug iiiic.tinenla limn by anything alone iu Ida hotel room, wlieu site knew thinking and else. There aro and of lot dogs' man. aside ibc lore of this her hero, planuing. on the course Of market. a tbey're the only love, aa she knew In her In lie did uot know or dream how anxit!mea If a man wants to moat eoiil. that she conld ever thluk of good liny take long climice for the sake of big ious Taudy wns to draw him Into some with rejoicing eo lung aa alia should of hia scheme, lie did not know that protli and if he te lu a ignition to live? ljolli the liarrel factory and tlie gas enDie watch iu:irket." Mu would have interrupted the pit terprise had reconliy become veriluhle I ii uiH-win dhimsed to speculate sinuate pleading If her voice bad been ' while ehqihaiiis on Taudy' bands, lie under control. A It wa she sat ai- - lu doiibiru! securities," said Temple. did not knuw that Taudy. iu hia eagerone "I cau'i for hc id aud. thing, it, lie on. went lent while ness to ovcrreai-- llallaui. had "stretch-- , ' of couru-- , i not hi iNieitiun to wutrh I have sMit.isi of niy ambitions Aral ed himself out like a string," as Hal-laI the What would market, you My. and of your capMi-li.- r lo help them not put It by investing te like to pm few thousand Into some more pictnresqucly Iiecauae au-thing an flrsl in tuy esti- money In these two coin panic kufe. dividend good. j pitying security. but tunc treated maiion. you and several othc-- than he could Just them as worthy nf being pill flrat. Of conr" then spare. Kniciiliy he did not know "You're comsc. Mill, if you that Hiillmi) bail himself completely r'glii. of Then are much higher things to be gome small risk, I could organized and capitalised both a ga thought of. What a mnu achieve Is elusive p, i tin market for you. 1 often do company aud a barrel of fur less inuHeiu,iue than what n waii-lcompany and of the hank. I'ut that Tandy's two companies representuiau is. That which I ask of you la that for w&ul'a know a I to imaitlnu miturnlly lo help me he (lie best Unit aui enpa ed an unsuccessful attempt to rival going on. tile of Iwing. and for you to Iw It with y the way. how much enterprises into which Haltem had 1 waul me. to make the must, the liuinoj- i::v' cup to Invert V "breathed the breath of life." "I have to New York" lieal. the happiest life for you that I He wax vurprixed. therefore, when a "Wlietv' jpterrot rates are small." tiell boy brought h!pt Tandy's card as oh. Hnrlara. you will never puKeihlo. know how Inugltig'y I dream of a i Interrnpiei 'r.uidy. "Yon watuto bring he sat thre iu hia lonely hotel room it west, in t )t will earn more. I home with you at its heed! You canplanning the tuorpw'a campaign. Vnu're right In that. The not know how almniutely tho worthl-nee- s "I thought you might lie lonely, " said west is tu' pijii-- for men and money to the hanker i- i- he wa ushered luto tlie of my life ilepeuds upon do the I'c-- i timy cau for themselves. room, "seeing that you're a stranger in linking of ll with yours." The girl hnrl completely given way to : Thte (gr; ,,r Be country te growing town, so I hiive dropped to for a Jgi-like Ixnnetalk. You nuM bae chat." her emotions nos, bill with that reso- - : ii want to take Kip rome. lute self mastery which was a dom- - aoiii-eTlie Hint very quickly fell Into finanyou for a vir e arotinl faii-- to bow cial chiiimcls. and it did not inant note In her nature she presently proceed you what wo are cloliig hre and what far heron brewd Richard controlled herself. Temple diswe are I to think when covered some tilings of advantage to pteernf di. "Yon do not know all." she said. yon are i you'll know for yottrwif himself. Anouig tlie "You have not heard all 1 hare to tell tlpug discovered where to p;i ynnr money. you go wax the l:i' i ihut Tandy was aome-whvon. You haven't heard the must Imwiili tv a drivel" ovcrxuvioiix to hasten the busiportant port of ll. I have only told But ffrl I want to nr "Very g': ness In h.tiPl. He listened witb every on dij. I that evening thought what yon I tu range 1 bring to Cairo vital money indication of iuimxt to all that Tanwhen when you naked --question. have. I my nnt want to Invest ll ail dy hal Pi sii.t still think that ought to settle the mat concerning the two still here, but ii will be handy to liuve it unlaiiuchcil the barrel facter. hut you eni to think - perhaps enterprises here. I sl.mii, like to put it into yorr tory and ihe ga cutnpauy. He asked ymi might have convinced me. or at Put I muetdraw c;. biterexicil are bank aa a coueernlog them, lwt (ill, you don't know! There reaNew York f..r tt an-- get you to tale ami l.i- -t Mt siilflclently sure of his other reasons stronger reasons, t "my rirati Won't you dire.-- rmir ish ground to ven 'live a little farther. sons that nothing can remove" ter P the F"urh Natioi. I am in- lined to think. he mid, ' Tell me of them. 1 can Imagine no f?nk of ..w York. a'l-'Tit ,tvt 1 ,! r, pt fr, fXl t lesxt a ON hiiu-ael- Kun-ea- ! tbt s .: Sl.-.ihi- EDWARD OLNEY One of thn gieutcet hlesslnx uf ihiw woudeitiii ngr, I ihe lu al:m; of without ihe aw or Tnaf in wliut Dr. t Huey, the MchIi-i- . i No one rh niid N' cineur every 'hesi1 cun ed lor no are i real, hut aa hone-- t invex-iiiu- r nor fail to as'itrc the moM wkepnea' iMh man ha- - a Intoxupi-- i human pw era. The Mek mil -- ufTering in ihe towux uniinid t)il n u.e inking ;eh, into Sc of The prt'Miii-ii of t!i:a Mul cm.-i- i man r.i uf their r ach". and twin. rill on the lleuh'i while hi- i wi:!i u. if .,uu xre nn wrli.it u Knffirtn. mutter .mil finl glutl ri 1M 'Mil ,en trnii-li- . Parlot avwr Journal Office. 42? 21th street. Office hour. 9 m, t 1 p. n. Ccx,ultat'Cn Frrr. d. c,-- - 'e - i barrel, thing to tra imempty port over long dtetancea, 'white tho mills niUMt buy them at tba lowest possible price, otherwise llicy cau't sell flour to competition wiili tho mill of other cities. Mo the necessity uf having s big barrel factory hers te obvious, and a is the profit. 1 am Just forming s company for that purpose. We have abundant timber right at hand. Just acros ths two rivers, to Missouri and Kentucky. Ws cau tusks lurrele at less coet than they can be had for in sny other rity, while ws have a local market that will be unfailing. Ths vomtuiDy is capitalised at liTOPO, and a good part sf It Is already anbecrflted." He did nut say that nous of It had been paid for yet and that be wae tin miiieerully trying to flud buyers for It. It'e a sure tiling. The proflte will lie large from Ihe beginning, end the stock as soon as the factory 1 to wr. tlon will Jump up Kl per ceut at least. If you want a thousand or so of It. I'll lei you In on the ground floor. Otherwise I'll take rnyaelf." That Imprenaea me very 'favorably, answered Temple truthfully. It I nn enterprise based upon aunnd principle one ihat offer a supply to direct answer to a demand. I shall probably deckle to take a little of that stock If I can get some otlnW securities to go wlih It, hut for a part of Ihe money I have lo Invest I mnst gd stock iu aoiuw already extabllxlied" and aaattred buxlike bank ines. 1 alien lil capet-lullstock, either Is your bank or Captain lliillaiu'a. You see 'Oh, yes, I wee. You want a net egg that will certainly hatch out a chicken. I'U Soil It for you. I4's leave that till tomorrow. Anyhow Im an advocate of local Inreel ui'mla. Im ptitilng every xiwre dollar I've got into them, and 1 alwaya advlaw inveatura to go Into them. and I -- to set Were planning-Halte- m np a ga plant here. The city need It snd It'll pay ft in the word go. I'll toll s :n-at- i GOOD WORK mut ! - Are you? Mon. you cannot play the eniiicflxh. and e srape in the muddy waters of You riiimni conyour own tone (hte ixxitc oy print's! ing ihat llie Repi.lilican hx r.iu you fairly. There are; l.fotcn. Mr. Hcritlri: There are In your pariy hmiilieds of nten absolutely on the xqu.irc. They want a fair deal. They warn ihe .Xiiicrlkcnrnx party in be ilclcmed .ami defeated with ure mil right. Tln-you. and you a: not giving them any evidence of atrength. They half believe you are wih Tom Kearnx. By that your cour-- c you an' belief. They mighi not follow yon. nut they would you if you win Id come out in the open, and answer the quo i ion: Whom is i be Herald? amount my draft on that iwtiiuiiou I wiU ta houorud? Then, when we gel I back from uur drive I'D draw fur the j money aud pines it ua dea:i with your lauk. where 1 cun put iny hand ! J upon it hen ueceiry., Ths tolegmut ana cent, aud then Taudy tuuk Temple In hi carriage, one uf the best to Cairo at that time, aud abutted him all there uf to the town, lociuriug menu-whion ths proKpucis uf Cairo a future great cuuiuiarvial snd uuaufac-turto- g center. He showed him all there was to be shows snd then sold to him: Now-- , I'm on spoetle of western development, but still mors I'm an apostle of tbs development at Cairo. I'm a bull oa the couuiry aud a bull ou this city. Thera I much to be doue. and it will require ths investment of great deal of uiooey. But ths will pay as nothing slss promises to do. Wo must have grain elevator snd mill aud an tbs rest of It. We'vs two big fluur mills already, and tilers will be two or three mors within year. They must huts barrel by thounsnds aud tens of thousand. Now, a uu a of your intelli-getu-- s u Is very hard to tell. Ytat know Both my 1 never kuew my parent. soot her and my father died on tha day ) wa born. I aeeiu to know my mother. lieratm auntie loved her so much and baa talked i me so murk about her all my life. But be never talked to tua much about iny father. His family was a good one. hi father baring been a' banker, witb some reputation a an artist also, aud my father wa hi partner In hiwiuesa. But that la all I know of uiy father no, that to say. I meant to isn't what 1 t my aunt aver told ay that Ibut is me about biui and all I knew until tha night when you asked After you want away that evening I went to my roam and thought the matter out. I have already told you what conclusions I reached. When I had decided I went tu auntie! room and at on tha able of her lied aud told her everything. Khe cried bitterly I didnt underauiid why at flrat. After awhile ha auld aha didn't at all agroa with me lu my eoncluslnn and added; If tha things you mention were nil. Rati. I should tell you to atop thinking af tliem and let Mr. Duncan Judge for himself, but there la something else. very dreadful. I never intended to tell you of it, but now I must. Yon would And it out very soon, for Tandy's wife knows it, and if aha beard that there was anything between you and Mr. Dnncxn alia would make he-rrt- 1 LWG. -- . te Ca. Pwaiwkw. IM riith i SYNOPSIS. army. CART EGGLESTON -- A SKULKING The n OCTOIIER MORNING, : lying." 'But you mustnt think of that any mare. Ton aee, Mr. Duncan, I am not The exar announce ihat he will give Et to ba your wife. I should ha a ter a liberal rule. Ilia rule ha alwaya rlhla drag niton you. You are already been liberal, hut tuo much rule. a man af prominence, and every led y says you are aoou to become a man of A man la tha aaat married another groat dtetlnrtkm. You must have a wife worthy of such a man, a wife who girt at (he fumuus Ilia wife I about the twenty-Hxtt- t, can help him and do him credit In so' ciety. Now, you know I could never that sort of woman. I am only an nhacure girl. I don't know how. I ihat John I). cannot talk Tho brilliantly. I couldn't ImRockefeller uurwed a ha hv lo sleep on press people a your wife must. I am a irtln solve the quewiiou. "What not even educated In any tegular way. 1're just grown up lu my own fa sit lua ahull w do wlih our In the shade, aa It wereaml tbs strong sunlight would only emphasise my luslgiiillrance." The pam aad pvcaont history of Will you let me asy oua word at Ihl point. Barbara?" broke to Duncan fulia and her slater Inland support In aplte of her effort to prrveut. "You the move for American Intervention. With favorable conditions, Cuba will are wrmuglug ymiraelf and you are heroine a treasure Island, but not uniil wronging me. As God lives. I tell you there Is no woman lu the world o lit uprooted. There Internal dteaenslon to lie my wife aa you are. My only lu no reuaon for believing Ihui Amerwish la that I were worthy to have Into turn dcHpoilmn. ican mlo will mil a wife! I luteiid. of course, to achieve all that 1 rau to wake tha best "t 1 That trip to Ely reminds u Ihat ua can of such facultiM I possess, but nothing iuiagliuihte could so greatOgd-- n will grow rapidly, when a' reie ly help uie to do that aa the Inspiration reaentaiive numlHir of bnslneM men. of your lore and the stimulus of knowrccognixe Ihelr deln to l lie oily by ing that you were to lie alwaya tiy my "FhM-wtora- " l:All. IT 1IS1) AY OGDEN, Captain In the Ranks ' aba. ASuuu&bmt atdss an aqua! T io - and INDEPENDENT. is a auia'-lIt give ail aawapspw. FEARLESS The EXAMINER: THE MOUSING 4 u-- I r i'n - - -r . -- little of the barrel factory stock to- morrow. aud possibly I may subicrilw for aouie of the ga stock also. l'f that I am uot yi-- i sure. Hut before I take either I must invest four or five (l.nuxaud dollura in smuetUlug absolutely secure. I hero been going over the latest report uf yuur luink sul'tiie aud they have other one liaUanff impressed me with the convictiua that the very best aud safest investment a man of small means, like rnyaelf, can make to this town ia in bank stock. This city te a point at which so many Hues of travel and traffic converge that the exchange bnaiuese itself must be cufficieut to pey a beuk'e expenses. Ia fact, it pays more, as the reports show. And then there ia tha larger business tending mouey oa aouud enterprise, financing industrial companies' ajtd advancing mouey oa bill of lading for guild lu transit. In view of n this it surprises nte to learn that tha stuck to tba two banks her stand ' only a trifle abova par." twa things. of that's because Oh, People here have got it into their head that anything less than 10 or 12 per ceut aa a upturn for money invested la ridiculously amalL So they don't want bank stock. On tba other hand, tba eastern capitalist have got in into their heads that anything which pays naira than 4 or S per cent must he risky, and no they don't set up banka hero, as tliry surely would do liut for their foolish timidity. The prospect of a big return fur their money simply acarea them out of their seven aenses! Bo Hallaui'a bank and mine have a of a pretty a business you'll And ill a day's walk. Why, when tha rush wa on last whiter aud twenty steamboat a day were leaving Cairo wlih full cargoes, te say nothing of great fleets of grain barge. Hu Item and I both went to New York with our pocket full of government IKind and borrowed money ou them for sixty or uinety day. We paid 6 per cent icr annum for the mouey and got from one-ha-lf to 1 per ceut a day on most of it by advancing ou grata drafts, witb bill of lading attached. It was as easy a falling off a log and aa safe aa insuring pig Iron under water. "I bare some notion of all that. answered Temple, "and that's tlie sort of Inveatment I'm looking for. I might take In aonie more xieciilatire things, hill I greatly want to invest a few thousand dollar In the stork of one or other of these two national banks. Could you And someliody willing to You can got Z. C. M. I. Home Maxi e Shoes for mss. beys, miescs and can dren again in Ogden. They aie tht Id reliables, every pair yu(r. nteed, aa well at the LADIES PILLOW SHOES ! The Shea for Tender Feet t the Fifth Ward Store 2541 MADISON AVE. BELL PHONE B1SX. Catalog and Samples. T. A. SH REEVE Well Mounted la every pleeo of harnaaa that leave our store. Each ptoca to faahloatd from tha beat leather and moat seiro: mauls, aad tha workmanship throughin every res pact. Our out la saddles are tha talk of all horse-bvriders for comfort and oase, and thay are scrupulously made and finished by rxperlenced operators. Give ns a call when you next need something la our Una. flint-clas- s k J.C. Platt Saddlery 2283 Washington Ava. 1 Co. 376 23d t aelir1 Tandy had expected 'this and bad prepared himself for It. Rut be pretended to thluk for a moment before replying. Then he said; As to llaltems hauk.,!t'a useless to try. llallum aud Stafford own the THE RIGHT PLACE a TO Buy Your Meat IS THE Wright Meat Market 2369 WASHINGTON AVENUE Phones 814 nap nbrrlhc far etork 246 Ind. Bell some of the gsa aim whole tiling, except Ihat they have put a share or two into the buuda of innm- -' liers uf their own families. Juat by way of qualifying them to serve a director. aa the law require. Neither one of them would ell a share fur twice Its market price. The same thing to true, lu a general way at least, of our bauk. The stock 1 so good a thing that nobody who lias gut any of It ever wauts to part with It. But it lia alwaya been our policy to Interest the people to the bank by lifting them hold some of Its stock. Mo a good ileal of it ia held in mall iota armnui town, and now and then one of these is put luto my hands for aal. I bare four alia re now to aril. It belongs to a tug captain who la down ou hia luck juat uow and umat rib lie wants more than the market price, hut the bank has lent hiiu money on it nearly np to Its face value, and eo I can do pretiy much as I please with it Ordinarily I should buy it myi?lf, but I'm ta so many things Just now, and, besides. I'd like to bave you with ua." Tandy did not say that since be bad ecu Temple in the afternoon he had taken In these four share of stock for debt at 3 per ceut below par, with the fixed purpose of rolling them to Temple at 2 per rout alwre par. "How tunny slmrra did you aay there are of it?" axkcd Temple. "Four, If I rcniiMiilx'r right I really oughtn't to let It slip through my finI'll tell you wbat IU ger, but-w- ell. do. If you care to aiibaerilie for a few idiHrcs of the barrel company say oue or two thousand dollars' worth I'll let you have the bauk slock at 103. Temple was eager to rioae the bargain, loit be resolutely repressed his eagerness, lie asked a score of questions. as If to doubt, and at laat he hesitatingly agreed lo make the purThe details were lo be archase. ranged on tlie next day. and so Tandy took bis leave, and Temple lay awake nil night, aa he bud done on the night . to . tho character of tha traufer service we supply our patrons. Frompt, reliable and at low ooat, any time yon any wall be on your Job and hamila It expeditiously aad to well. ALLEN TRANSFER CO. Phone 12 for yours. give you my check far the balance In Tandy' bank. 1 don't want to see Duncan Just now." Hallsm understood. Very well." be auxwered as Temple turned to saved Duncan, and there's nothing more for you to do here. Bat you must come back for the final graud tableau Just a week brace. I'll le,r tills stock ta your name till then, and you shall walk with me Into the meeting and help ma aallvst old Xapper Tandy. Well teach W not to play trick a. Captain Ualtam apolia no word a commendation for the way 1a before. Words Tempi had dona hia work. At 4 o' ('lock the next afternoon Tem- were unnecessary. ple strolled lulu the Uailam office to "1 bopa I mada no mlstaka ta s0 report results He threw Uie papers for that barrel jonipiff rribing npou a desk and sunk Into a chair like slock." Mid Temple as he passed ha one exhausted, llo was. hi fact, al- completed paper over to Haltem. At most in a state of Iollapse. any rate. I'd like lo keep fast myWhen lie cnicred the Haltem office self. If I may, whether It ever prove nd laid tie; papers the bead of to be worth anything or not. I'Te "J the house ii mi j on i) ; Cnmolated enough money to pey tar It. I've cured tho stuck." When he Oh. aa to that." answered Hallem sank Into the chair Italian) was qnlrk the stock will be good enough. lightly, oee to his condition. It so by taking majority HI make "Go up to Dur-nn'room and go In the company and consolidatto bed. he urged. "You've not been arm ing it with my own. You see. sleeping." NaF old for do mnst Imply something Recoti-rinhimself quickly. Temple per Tandy." nnwerc'l: X". I think Fd rather not. If Continued Tomorrow. you've no fur'licr ufor me. I think I'll go Don'r M the baby saifec from ete l ev,. I.y the train that starta an hour ikiic or any Itching of Ihe skin, wqji. T'fr 11 N t fjno rsHeL hi row and then for me to render linen's Ointment give Instant rbie cures quickly. Perfectly safe far s g -e eq desk-Y'ou'- stock-bolile- r'