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THE If cepts a- THE EXAMINER pinjec'..'' r f,.- - pnil-fli'utk- pany- SUBSCRIPTION IATES. Delivered br Carrier ia Ogden City, including Sunday Morn- ing iuoa.ii.. JMT , oopka ec BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Examiner ia scat by mail nuuuU of Ogden. per year- At least auartcriy. ia advance.. Liu Th and INDEPENDENT. FEARLESS Tllft a YdfliiRpr 4UI it give all peauvat aeaiapitper. idee a equal snow. no favorites. Tbe fA.niiMr ..a a- - j have att opportunity f lairu. Olm -- I iihxs-- j Daily News. the lbs give tupsuak. It will a aad uawaaed teas , , tl WCwW VUt CoiuttUUiQAtiOftl oa nil eaujecte presented ia respectful k"p.p imb known indi-be viduals, but ihe true name aiuat published ia fulL Ail kiitar aad signed by nose de plumes, or ht'V"11 as bus, a ill La throw a ia m waste baLeL The bnve oiaa never hi dee behind an name. Dont nek the Editor to be responsible far what yuu are ashamed ut ant. tu n-- w Ixcel-lit- .t Ihink-in1!- " peeihlet.i t rsiib Thtn Ill Siui Stories. M- - buy Uic hor.se. - Glad of tho Change. railed to ask Young Man for vour liaughrera hand. Her Father Yon ran have it. young man that is. if you can ii..iucr her t take it out uf my pocket. Chicago Daily Now.,. Snub. A Prospective You would hardly know Bb-hisince he gig back from Europe. He lost all his nsmey there, and Ethel Hardly know ntm wny, I shan't ktow him ut all! New York Edith e Press. Paradoxical. 'Love. quoted the bentinientai spinster. la blind. That being the rejoined the pretty maid, how can ihcie be stub a thing aa love at first sight ?'- eat-c,- Chicago Daily News. Causa for Alarm, Child La!ar commitsaid the preacher; Gheer up. tee U doing excellent work in placing you'll meet your six wives in heaven." before the people the evllr, of child "lx:d, man!" exclaimed the sick botherin' that s Just whats labor. Laws designed to rogulut; or limn; Constitution. Atlauta im" restrict the evil have bvcu pasaed by e, but the almost every stae Force ef Habit. indifference or Ignorance of i fficials Richly t seeing his sou returning crying Whats the matsuppcd to enforce the laws renders frommyschool boy ? tich legislution practically inopera- ter,Son The teacher struck me, papa. tive. The trouble has come from a Richly putting his hand in his luck of public interest. The tmople aa pocket I For how much? Le Hjtirlre. a inass haya not undcrwioml or apGenerous. preciated the real danger to the nation (during his grand 1'restldigitator and to tho individual hound to result goldplece act I I could take tweuty-dolla- r from the working o1 turn- - children gold pieces from your pocket fur gain. The subject has more In it all night. Ihau sentimeut; li uliuosi reaches the 8cedy Individual Go ahead, pard; I'll give ye half. New York Weekly. dignity of a grave uailonul peril. Ftr several years an organisation If you marry him," said her papa, known aa Ihe National Child Labor who was exhibiting symptoms of violent displeasure, "I shall nut only have cum mined ha. been Influencing to support him. but I shall have to pay and tills committee, of which his debts, too." Cleveland former President Grover Now, papa," she said, you know and Cardinal Gibbons are members, well enough that Ueotge nas to live, has in Its credit the passing of many just the same as other men. And as to hia debts, I ve heard you say hundreds taw. The National committee baa just of tlmea that a man's (jebta ought to I liar the announced Slavery be paid."--Str- ay Stories. League, organised last May ns s part of its systems lie (forts to protect the Why doan yo eut up tho remaln-da- h " ut yo' watahmlllion, Mias American home, la now ca Co, Sett Lake City. Oa all through traiua leaving Ogdra oa The Southern Pacific Railway, The Union raclfie Railway, and The Oregu Short Line Railway. Examiner patrons yriil confer a favor no the management by reporting to ihie office whenever they tail to find the papers at the dsig nnted places. New Icgia-lailu- TICKET. In 1938. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, of New York. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Anti-Chil- For Representative In Congreas JOSEPH HOWELL, Cleaniu-weaihah?- amalgamated with it ami ihL union of forces is 'Cos l objec'a mo s decidedly to bound to result in mors efficient work muss up innh eahs In public, Misio Puck. Johnslng. for the cause of childhood. Cpion Sinclair, writing of the chilI She have a confession to make, dren In Chicagos Packlngtown, wond- my dear. Fur a whole year after we ers what Is lo become of them, and were married I searched your pockets he Mats if a child labor 'law is enforc- dally for letters. He And did you find any? ed In ('hlcagii, it can only lie by the She Only those 1 gave you to mall. c a of and determined (furls vigoruia Meggendorfer Blatter. large number of people; It can only Two Irishmen. Pat and Mika, stood be because the women's dubs and the at bricklayers who were worksettlement and the labor unions are looking was being ing on a bhtlding that willing te organise and agitate and erected, when the following conversapractice eternal vigilance. In that tion was overheard: Mike Pat. kin ye tell me what way you can buvo the children turnthem bricks together? ed out uf the parking houses. And Rapes Pst Sure, Mike; It's the morlsr. n then the que-tloIs; Where do they ilom sight; that Mike Not by goT kapes them apart. Harper Weekly. lu the first plane, understand the labor renditions lu the yards; under-s- i CHARLES J. HAWLEY INSANE. and that there la an niorinoita for clgn population gathered there. Hang- Man Charged With Larceny Sent te State Mental Hospital. ing .it tha bare level of existence and willing to work for slmoat ar.) thing. Stilt Iovko, Oct. 3ii. -- Charles J. HawThe unemployed problem Is ctirouio with grand larceny, wo you may gn nut any morning and see ley. adjudged Ineane and hunlioda ef men standing al every ye'ii-rtlsto the tste menial Institution door where there is a rhanee for a I Provo by Judge Morris L. Kltrhle. job. The consetpipucp of this is that there la a great deal of woman' labor. llswli-- was examined by Dr. E. V. If (lie man ran mu gtM a Job and sitp-pu- Whitney and W. H. Calderwooil. iIhvs was arraigned the Xatiitl), the woman has to go workago beliire Judge ('. B. Diehl on the You will find wenii-tu wm-k- . ing til Ihe yatds nt all sorta of hide- rhurgo of grand Isreeny. lie pleaded not guilty. Judge Diehl recommendoccuous, repulsive, and exhau-tln- g that he hr examined as to his -ed not and hams sewing merely pations his preliminary hearing. paint Ittg can and wrapping packages, but tcuilmg saimage nturlilui's, and Hawley ws befriended. It is alleged, by a mnn named Williams, who took boning meal, and rlcanlng offal. Moat of t lie houses In I'aekingtown him to his ricm for the night, and com-i.-i- i of two stories, with four small bought him a meal. During the night This in a Hawiey Mole from the bed and robroom' upon a flour. iihuul nine tloiiara bed William of hi gold watch, tin flat., which cos He was a month:- a family will rent one and in money and an overcoat. then take in houulers freipiruily ihcy HiTPsied mid the watch and iveivuat will renl out the suit- - ami Ihe cellar. were recovered. Hawley was believed to be mentally tinhalMnced ut the time Single men will tent a fiat mill will Imlgc a.i iiiunv u a he whm art esiiMl. W. 11. Kelly, i piTnuncr at the city luM-ia a single -- miill riH.iit. spreal-iu- g - also riininti'ti'il id the urate their bliinke: a ml tin Ir matt- jnl. sitI hospital. Testlmoni given two resses upon the fl.Mir. men will own the miiiic liu: t -- os. oii! in the case by Deputy Sheriff Axel Willtiuu Hilton Offircr r Iullrc Steele. oilu-sleeping on ll b day and ilic mnl JnTor Kail Ripley. Kelly wit liv nig'ht. by Drs. Whitney and Suei ui'- the timnc- - of tin- chil lreu. And the uiii'.herH iiclim Ictru-m- i . tliere W'lMlil. lie wa found un Hie Ktrcr; Is, of course, u gresi deal of ago. wiindi'iine nliotil in a to day uiid di'case, and. mcdli-- ' cotniiti m. lie hits been in wiiich drnuki lines-ef the mnomti 'gy, the city juil M.ie tluit ut If slwM.v'K gees with such roniittiuU' time rnnrr.e, while the mother and n.ner Mr. .Vllliie (. NeiUnn v m are sway s' work, the rni.ilb-I to Hit- i rn-- l til liuhpilHl lir tho have to keep the house; mi that - rrleas-'from Hfiv.i.l time Site l' a niiuuiiii Mm lisve mi .urea uco. hut tho iiiMltmion lirve we-kdifferent kind of child IsIkiv child et home. That is conute ii every constantly gn-- worse, lu r i uf C. T. Xe'.i'im, swuiv tu tr.r i'iniiiiaint whe,-in leneimnts vou have l','i'oi,i iioihiTh of the pise: but mnl she was :he "Jl'll-by Drs. Whitney him Ualdcr- ecu ait) so mall a have nevi-uoii. those 1 -- aw in l,ickinptowii i It is tin p irH'in of ait) child CURRENCY REFORM. mi el c, heard w'u'ii I have lhal childv ii 'eiiihi h.- provided wi-of a ad a iut:iii P'ace on Coirmission ia Being Eagerly iliceil luiii-ewheiievi-are iheir Sought After. u earn i' lull von wouM 'liiuk IP be ril. when it tents A ilk. 'h i. N ' iliui. b; 'i lir ui inii'ieM eh :h i ''it nf the fortunes. sh'.iwu in tiie minima; urns lo- - im It w!m 'hev wiM'd lo i ollllili- - dull, lie is lit I'eilli'.lHe illll n'lu I a niih' i; , ia Ivckingi own.. I w ever, hi piib.ic schools are inadciyure. and mi'hin-.iti fir.n;. The p!uu fur lie paiorhial chouls. to wlieh liiini-lw- r lottr'i.i. ion.i whiva were ert in o j end id the 'gnovatlt foieice.cr o' lii'ce of lie ejo.'i mive crowdiheir children, are shami-fti!ruimcil of :l:e AmiTicau .(nnker' ed. via: ion, were considered ycsei-la' ; G. s Whlien. the commit;".PLEASANTRIES. of ;be N.riom.l f".:y fleeted pre-t-ourik. who ws ' axso-'I- . Heredity. i ii (if hr Anici icait Pniikeau-I .1 haitg.i v ti ovn'ecsrlng He fl. icppvcfiiient I:. i'.H;in.oii. and S. M. Kry-!- . for any c d . 'That's itie to pmenisl i'.if'iuem tin- (hsiriu.ir. liis father wealt itv -- ' of incomprise Ile-iThese i;irea No, he wasa pullevni in." I., mlnaiii; - V.. ill this city and e Tost, 1.11 lite: For Justice of Supreme Court JOSEPH E. FRICK. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For State Senator E. T. HULANISKI. For Representatives RUDOLPH KUCHLER GEO. A. FULLER GEO. S. DEAN HARVEY P. RANDALL. For Sheriff G. A. SEBRING. For Attorney NATHAN J. HARRIS. Far Commleelonero OSCAR MADSON Term. FRANK MOOPli Two-YeTerm. o Four-Yea- r For Clerk DAVID MATTSON. For Assessor EDWIN DIX. For Treaauaor com-mitte- d ALMA O. CHAMBERS For Recorder JOSEPH B. WALLACE. y ri For Surveyor H. J. CRAVEN. For Constable of Oqdon City HENRY STEELE. an-It- v ALL ARE BAD. remarked A m day ago that the Republicans are piaftcre. A Soel.ilitit, standing by, aniil. You are all qraflcr." Then a heult'il detrain at anvil, which ended in personalities. A stranger. lisiciilnR in (In- lncunici'lly eald, "I lulu- - U that you haw- - .1 town filled a fill rats, Kciu.llritii-- . and rogues. all arc bud men. - miiinn'l-ierr.fon- lh-ini- Sotm-tiuie- THEY ARE FOR ROOSEVELT. . You will ride the Kciii1iIicuii lickci If you aie for th1 piirry headed by If you Theodoi-- RiiMer. nt oiir are asbn lind of Preeldcn! llck-- Cai-lcr- iiiil-ilrr- n ti n- 1 opposed to Repunliranisni. Hut i ne great majority of i be American people an- hat iecnilar l jk1 of Atuencum knv-Inirihaw-lia'rcd for the Prcirieiii, rc with The overwhelming majority th Republican party and its uor.lo M-- e t o -- '..rim-prog- - - -- Pi.Mdi.-r.l- . esis-icpi-- Ogden and Weber ruunt;. have becii Republican stroiighnul. and they will continue to be wiilli- hi' Republican a- ir party stands for Miivsn'enu-n- t ells lias during Theodore Roo-- i ita'-in- I e ld-e- 11 et HE HAS NOT EXPLAINED. oiii'.i'.-e'i't- We have waited cme litiie for Jede-diaI) Skeen to tell u why be had an - made in hU paper. Just announcfeuient prior t' tiie Democratic ronvenln hal he would not accept the nortina-,io- . L. - tt-- coi;i-;v;- i not-c':!- . id-.- . e liey? dib.-mn.- a Time acd Plate. iii.'ile line is ac "lie p' i' i r nii i ii.ii! 'empti-- . ;u 'idi cl I!kdii a riininiee of will be present-- . .etiiv e ihe VTifi. c ceanril of the nai, Thi coinmi: ree l- ill .!, n tu.ii. calv i In number down nf hat the rcvlseil committee will ,e ;m of icii ban here uud currency . Xpert. in addiutui tiie lvgis.aii'c commit- ..f he Anirrira'i llankera id five men will act n,i 'i'll the committee of ten. The two I . Aiue-.-icai- y.-- - c- a - uii-T- i1. association stated last night that the work was not completed and that no announcement of an official character would be made until Friday next. J REED SMOOT DENOUNCED. Also Polygamy by tha Women's Christian Tamparance Union. . -B- Hartford, Conn., Oct. 30. Resolutions denouncing King Leopold 11 of Belgium a the author of conditions lu 'he Congo Free State which are characterised as atrocities, calling for the exclusion of Reed bmoot from the I'nlled States senate because of hia relations with the Mormon church; opposing the sale of beer or other Intoxicants at army posts;' advocating the making permanent of Ihe temporary prohibition of the sale of beer at National Soldiers homes; protesting against the Lsulug of liquor tax redeceipt in prohibition territory; claring for the highest standard of purity fur men and women alike, and declaring In favor of the right of suffrage for women, were adopted yes'r terday afternoon by the National Christian Temperance Union. When the resolution dealing with the Congo Free State was first Introduced, the Belgian government was the object of denunciation, but after some discussion the name of I.eopold was substituted for that of the RtlglaD government. A i evolution waff also adopted nrg-In- g that Ktare leglMatnrea demand an amendment to the constitution of the United States. COPYRIGHT, ittg. GARLAND BY SYNOPSIS. I Ann Rupert nd her young brother Louie, the latter aa invalid and aa enthusiast oa western matters, leave New York for the Rock-leWayne Peabody, who loves Abu, sees them off. Ann dislikes the west CHAPTER U-and Louis go to visit the ranch of Don Barnett, their CHAPTER e. Ann cousin's husband. CHAPTER HI Ann and Louis are received at the ranch by Bob Raymond. the foreman. Raymond has a dispute with a drunken cowboy. CHAPTERS IV and V Loul Ukee an enthusiastic liking to Bob. While hie men are absent Raymond la shot Ha Is attended by Ann. CHAPTER VI Barnett brings aid to Raymond. CHAPTER VII Tbe wounded man la taken to Barnett's house. He has fallen in love with Ann. Wo-men- CHAPTER VIII Ann la cold to- ward Raymond, and he leaves the Barnett home. Louie quarrels with Ann and rune away to aeek Raymond. CHAPTER IX Bkytown, the new mining camp. Raymond forma a with Matt Kelly, prospector, and is Introduced to tha Kelly home. CHAPTER X In Bkytown. which le disturbed by labor agitation. Hob meet Jack Monroe, an old acquaintance. Bkytown and Valley Springs, the tatter being the home of the mine owners (among them Barnett) hat each other. part-enrshi- p BAILEY ATTACKS HEARBT. Says He Is a Psrvert and Degsnsrts. Moral cal Politi- 30. In his Du las. Texa. Oct. speech at Brown wood Senator Bailey excorclated Mr. I leant. He quoted the Democratic nominee for governor of I CHAPTER XI Louis finds Raymond and la sent back to Valley Louis takes up hie bums Springs. with Raymond end Kelley In 8kytown. CHAPTER XII-T- he Bkytown miners run Mackey, a mining superintendent, out uf town. The miners turn bach the hertff. Ana (. to Bkytown to tike care of Louis. Admission to the camp is refused to Barnett by Munro. who Is captain of the miners' guard. Munro falls In love with Ann. CHAPTER XIII Raymond oppobes violence by tbe miners' union. Ann visit to Bnxle, a neighboring plans town, with Raymond. CHAPTER XIV Ann repulaea Munro. He is told by Raymond to keep away from Ann. CHAPTER XV Ann repulses Munro. He Is told by Raymond to keep away front Ann. CHAPTERS XVI and XVII Munro heroines the leading spirit of the miners' side of the w ar. A woman In love wiih Munro threatens to shoot Ann, and the latter refuses to receive n visit from M.mrii. Raymond and Kelly make a ''strike,'' and the former tells Ann of his love. He is a former West Point cadet, expelled fur mauuntdlna-no- n and estranged from his family. Anu will not give a decided answer to his proposal. The strikers blow np a mine. CHAPTER XVIII -- Wayne Peabody vfnits Skytuwn. Ann decides to return with hint In Va'lev Springs. CHAPTER XIX Valley Spring Is alarmed over the miners' strike. Ih rejerfed by Anu. CHAPTER XX Raymond and Keliy refuse to assist the strikers. Munro warns them that the miners will not tolerate neutral attitude by the In- denounced having New Yorker buy a Hear! bccatiM-.ihmen, and wiu-- lit money' bags will Iltt auwer, resorts to the sandbag" and tbai he ha done more to corrupt Democrat Ir politicians than any man who ever look pari In his public life. Continuing, he said: They nuy I ought not talk about him because lie Is the Democratic California a If he had. lived up nominee. to that doctrine he would have the right to invoke It. He Is opposing the Demo-rratl- c candidate for governor lu California and hxt put up Independent candidate in New York where he happened to dislike tbe Democratic nominee. He is a political Ishmaellte with hi hand rained against, every nnin xml every mans hand rained against him. He Is o bad that hia rainlida'-wniili disease any electorate. hi election would disgrace any office und hi leadership would destroy any party. He is a moral pervert and a political TRUNK PACIFIC GRAND Has Ordeted Snips Built for Ocean Trad. P. Vii.-toriiiln-pai- li i ny An .Vtawar i.tbeOct. Grand Trunk Pacific SU. I' aluvit to place orders in for several large stcaniors fur cars.) .'him ou .nti t 'antic and 1'acific, glv-itv i from London to Hong Kune vie. IVinre Rupert. aimilHr t.j t.ic Cumidi.in tnclflc service via ciuiiii.'iny H.iti:i -- hip yard wr-vii-.- Pcs-Ii.hI- v Van-ciittvr- i. A ii-Ollawa al ia.. :i tray th.ir (ep1 :i ii Newcomb, commander croifcer Ken-- t ..f t he i I. lias i.i n iismlKsed and Cninaln r i dependent miner. The strikers' president authorizes Raymond to negotiate command to take red with the mine owners. an followed action ii",nii.!iiril' Tbe XXI Raymond CHAPTER visits con-n- In ii.iiii;v a'tb.geil gin'tlng Barnett and sees Ann. He tells Bar! v.iili tb purchie rtiun Hupplle nett that Munro Is a West Point Ini- tbi ivsitvl rlHiraniate. The mine owners refuse A I.." iiai. li 'ii.m a id arbitrate. Raymond leaven for Quatsino I'fiXrn. litm-bci it nil iiiiiii if white painted ' i .I'M into forward inlet . XXII Raymond CHAPTER and fi.im ii ai'.tng vevsel. A copper Kelly are threatened by the strikers. iifito lie front the ILymonri learns from ixiuis that the , ii Condor hxs Ijeen miners intend to blow up the sheriff's iis! llril .iip trainload of men and warns the sheripic;.-.up ,r. Raft Cave, near (Juat-hinvis taken III and Rob sends ff. for Ann to nurse him CHAPTER XXIII Ann returns to Skyman with a doctor. Louis out of denser. Ma't warns Munro away from ONE OF THE FIRST REPUBthe Kelly home. LICANS. - vv.tliit an ir ii-- . i Sky-tow- y y - v ! ooooooooooo ia. Oct. HO. Rev. Ediiar M. t.cvy. win made the opctr.i.x praver at the first .r.'i'mal convention in in :5(i. died yestentnv thiri;y In tl.i city. He xt Hv 9 r.nc uf die oldeat mlnlrtev in point ef ervlce In the country. lie was ordained veic.'s aco. Mr. Igvy agn'n XXtV The Raymond CHAPTER and Kelly mine is blown up. The sheriff marches on Bkytown. Tliiia ."ip, ix:v-tw- iei:i-i- l a Kepuklicau cotiven-tb'-- o a wih prayer when the r.i:tilnateil McKini-- v and RuuaMvclt In this iiiv in Ifidi . CHAPTER I J Y- HAMLIN i for county attorney, as ihe boid-.n- t rifotn-IO.iid mi'd'a'i- iiEjinsi his suece-sfi- il prosecution of tiio "'Rrafl-ers- " and. after making such a declar-atlobn immedliitviy accepted ihe Tbs Fatal Habit. Democratic. nomination? - u Ahscopiied Hank r i D!d be mean what, he said. sir! Arrested? t nci- -r i bo simply tricking hi wa;. opponent find me In this i i. Judge Horn and John Davis, into ben to tacc lieving he ,was nt mailing an active .a cinch endin' hpmc rouvcii! tamraign for fie ofll'-- of county a it or" Fnrli. Is ti wUrbavcr horn of tlin 1 re.-o- 1 a 111. position bodies will fotm the currency commission, which expected to report g bill on currency reform to congre. Secretary Branch uf the Bankers' under-fer-ding- , AIi.lt you will vote nuy old mi-lir- a s - Daugherty derlarcil himself to lie durinr su nddn-u- ; In fnn- - the American f a 1 convention In Sail l.ak. aa V bgi-laiur- be The Morning Examiner (bund oa sale by the independent For President to vote on each uf the two separate amendments to the Itoth of the proposed amendments are ('(institution. published each day in the (Standard. If you favor them vote Yes; if you oppose them, vote Xo. Fourth Then pull the big lever, which you pulled from left to right when j ou first entered the booth, back again to where you found it, and then turn around and you will find the curtain open, and you walk out. Is an.vthing more simple? Cut this out and take it with you to the booth and you make no mistake. First, pull the big lever from left to right. Second, grasp the Eagle firmly and pull it to the right until the bell rings. Third, vote Yes," or Xo" ou the two Constitutional amendments. Fourth, pull the big lever back to place again and out you walk. Cut this out and take it with you and ypu will not make & mistake. ton-year-o- Ihe National tueir breakfast. NATIONAL This Pit'T ia uiivixpil that kmmp Yotfi-- my they art iiut fitting lo lotc lnn-- utie I hey fear the vutiug machiut is a eoujiilirateil a flair. lNut believe aiitlLing like that. TJutp is uuthiu" plicated about the luavhiue. It is so gimfile that a school child can work it if he can roach the lever. It rtspiiies truly four moves of the hand to vole the straight llejiublicuu ticket. First Move the large lever from left to right as far as you cau push it, which pulls the curtaiu around, and you can study ihe machine all by yourself and no one but yourself knows what you are doing. Kecond You look for the Eagle on a small lever to You left. grasp the Eagle lever and turn it from your left to right until the bell rings. Then the straight Republican ticket is registered. Third Then look at the top, directly in front of your eyes, anti you will see several small levers or pointXo.' ers, on each side of which are the words Yes, l'ush the pointers over Yes or "No," just us you desire a CHILD LABOR. ' Subscribers will center a favor by inioruung hi oihee of tsllurs w xaoeiv? The Examiner seiore REPUBLICAN MOff TO VOTE QUICK AND RIGHT bus-ban- d uppa-tunmr- enemies IJf iMfc -'1 Worth Any Prica. .drs. Ctahb ion a visit with her to view a house for salet Oh. The how lu- - beautiful magnificent view make me fr.-tii- poii-tii'la- 75c OCTOliEI! LIOUXING. I u-- 01:1 oi ofiice. then he was as untrue to ibat higher e.itj of P ie in aa he ciniins b'ofiice :o lit iinfwiibfii! to licir f trust. If" he aa purei;- i,d so.cl.i a all . hir energy and bettiiit. fur loaccit.'iug a nfltce, ibeu su biay ka i:p.m his entire caive r as that of a sh.'Ster law-ci. iskintf advantage of a natiuual outer) agatn-- t "gnift, cu.ieatoriug. h the tricks of the deniarionuc, to Imosi himself into ofitec. g Yc have uo uae tor t lie man hu Is parading under false colei ; we have no uae for the maa who is noihiug ; we time more than an no use for tl.e titan who scruples at we netliiug to gain an advantage; causes who nun no fur use the haw heartaches, not caring a whit whether the public ia to be benefited, but seeking only to thereby pint- himself in office. A man of that kind Is capable of much cunning, und will bear watching. - EDXL&TlAY " ami Published Every Bay ia tbs Y nr by The SUnoare Fubiisning Com- I TAI7, OfiliEX, tivtr. 'I cant fl'.i. - lt.u er.iu:r an Irlshmau "B'gurr) " awls-- il to I. mam out i.r iMi.itic ji after, t 'i;- - hni 10 aii-- i hal there e.cicssfuliy nccs- - "ceilevcil hr hone.tly a'.'ii:ng - KXA2IINEK: MOK.N'iNii XXV.-Conclu- ded. iiiMtpii Raymond, and his hoot me caiuht the ruffian In the month nu-- l ho suggeriHl hack among bis fel-- 1 hw with Loans cry. For a mo-- ! mem lie wa dazed, then, raging, fttrl-- j 0114. hi mouth streaming with blood, he jerked in revolver from It bolder, intent to k'll. hut a hand clutched his vrm. and Munro. spurring his horse into foe ma of Irresolute men, called 3jit: Brock. I ll kill you If yon nboof-r- HAHIIN GARLAND served that they organised Into squads aa If In obedience to soma command and that each man armed himself and that each faro was grim or recklessly smiling. That they farmed her guard she knew, and this In Itself ought te have been thrilling. But it was not it seemed absurd. Raymond did not show Mmaalf agale to her until about 8 oclock of tbs evening, when bo entered tha sickroom and said quietly to Bralde: Doctor, you better gb to bad If the patient will permit. You may be badly needed early tomorrow morning." Very woU," acquiesced Braide, that a closer tie thn friend, ahlp united Ann and tbs young miner and that they desired to be alone. Tho door had hardly cloned behind the young physician when Ann turned to Raymond and imperiously said: "You must not try to evade me. I want to know what ia threatening Tell me!" The romp la wild," be admitted know this Is a friend of mine-yo- u that! Hes stood oat against ns all liuug, but he's been on foe square. I sent him to the Spring myself." Brock wiped tbo blood from hia lips. Mebbe yon askad him to wire foe sheriff last sight He admits be sent messenger to warn him. Cries of frenzied rage broke forth voice again, and tbe crowd snrgad gainst feeling tha resentment in her and I dont aa bow n clash eta hi foe two horses. Furious, throaty cries avoided ao long aa Munro to in coos ' broke forth. maud and keeps Ms present tamper, Y KIM Mm Ilang him!" Munro blew .a signal to hia man. and But you need give do thought to that bis voice rang out clear aad sharp. AU my men at on guard tonight, and, a hand out whatever happens, this cabin to safe. Tb first mnn that reach at that cirri loses It If any lynching ' T like yon to be honest with me," I'm not a she said, more gently. la dona, I preside over It. Dan, coma la hare-yo- n, too, Cook." child, and Im not a timid person." You shall know," be answered, tale Tha two cowboys sparred their homes Into tha circle, and the four armed and lng n seat before tbs firs. He bid resolute men faced the angry mob and never been .more admirable' than at tbat mameat. . My theory to that Os sheriff's forces are eager to storm tot MU before tbo governor has a chance to interfere and protect bis pets, that to tbe way they put it, If tb attack to made a desperate struggle will follow. Probably the deputies will try to carry the fortification direct Meanwhile Kelly and I have drawn up and forwarded to tbe governor a long telegram signed by tb leading independents, reciting onr disaster and demanding immediate Interference on bis pert, and we are hoping to bear from I bare ais him before midnight. wired Barnett to warn the sheriff nf here and that wa are guarding you. I think Don to with.th deputies. If be to he will see that this cabin remains outside tbe field of operation." "Where is Captain Munro?" "His vedettes are camped on ths north slope, but may engage the enemy at any moment, for Jack to quite as eager a the sheriff to win first blood. If It were not for the possible injury of innocent men and women I would say let tbem flgbt it out. Each camp to quite as crazy and towtoaa as tbe other. Now yon have tho truth. Ibare concealed nothing from yon. I will even tell you that Monro has promised to come down for s final conference with the Independents and that we are atm hoping to persuade him to tears tho camp." 7 " The stoic boy stirred uneasily "Liar." shouted Raymond. called fttotly. ud Ann went to him held it at bay. Raymond, even In tbi and bent above, him tenderly, "Here hour of danger, regretted Munro'a as- I am, Buddie. Are you better sistance; It put Mm under an obliga"Oh. Im ao hot! Take that Mask tion which weakened blm. Wttb his off nsM I mind filled with conflicting consideraBaymoud looked at Ann. "Shall tions, he waited while the swift clatter lighten bto load?" of a hundred hoofs drew nesr and a Bha shook her head aa she put a flam squad of Munro' picked men sur- of water to the boys lip. Kbit 1UM rounded their captain. to Itr he asked as be fon back upon When they were clear of dangar Rayhis pillow. mond drew rein toward Munro. Jai-k- , "Going on 10 oclock." you saved my scalp today, and I'm Has tbe fight come off yet!" grateful; that's why I don't want tones waa cautious. "No, the Baymoud yon In the hands of tbe sheriff. I want camp to quiet" Come, yon to pull out tbls minute. He Insisted on talking. T hope ttoY W now, this Is tbe last appeal. Fly the won't fight till I get over this cold. coop. If you don't they'll bang yon. hard lurk to be here. What day B What do you hope to accomplish? Far have I been sick? Yon How tbe situation. You are the one to hit should long seen Jack when he red have foe trail, and bit it like a wolf. What aad stopped the man!" In this ? up do you hope to do?" bto mind leaped and danced lor na I expect to bold this camp Until the. hour, but be grew drowsy at tost syndicate yield to tbe demands of the went away into sleep. miners or until tbe governor interAna spoke first Poor boy! He willW feres." always feel defrauded to think- be Then whatr . missing all tbo drama." . . "Then I step down and out.'" . Your father must have been w "Buppnee tbe sheriff attacks tonight?" another enthusiast I liked Ms nanto "I will send blm back foe yon." And now let me take an Inning. Yon That waa the only She colored. mustnt com tip here again. I cant him for. 1 1 to had I reproach thing answer for what would happen next time. Yon stay where yon ere, and proaeh myself now for not icqulesdnl listen! Teke care of yourself. Bo long, in It I think It grieved him to bar and toko good care of foe lady. me side with mother against It to n sweet name to me HespW. Ho uttered it with the tenderer CHAPTER XXVI. which dwells In the vole of a b lielug measurably relieved and Its letters sang together but anxiety by Louis' pulse, permitted herself a dared not look at her. study of the brusque and ominons movements taking plaos (Continued Tomorrow.) In foe scope of her window, fibe studmill ied Raymond, in earnest but apparentFifteen hundred Ban Francisco ly unexpected conference with hi workers bare gone on a strike ctnwnj workmen. No word of their low ut- thirty planing mills to shut down terance reached bar ears, but aha ob anJis sJmw flu mntfMlt- O hdfldlSI r year-presenc- . r If ANN. '