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TI1E 4 revenge, iaf id a hatred or gala a po- litical advauuge. then e are to bck with greeter siiapteiou oa the procreation than W defence, reformlor agjr triekater caa poee can of mediocrity er and W aiaa e ptay upon the atjaceprndittlea of a pub-Mulad already deeply mined by eodleaa .euaiaa. .of graft throughout the aatloi, and, by taking adv milage of a peculiar sUuaffew, proAt by the misfortune of hia neiglibor. But what are we tocapeot of a uaa of that character T You have teen juat such aniall aouli la every walk of life. They eaaee fhemrotvm by lea Hu doun others. They wpreaant aU that ia reprehensible In human kind. Yon would not confide In them and jou could net makn of them companion Thay arc CM jarkala cf the human iWfHhty am the bnasarda. Once in edNm, they will vent their petty spite, de vtadlertr things and pervert the Dee to Ihotr own mesa rads, making a travesty nf the law. d THE EXAMINER ai vvinrvvvsvivvi" Ftifeliahad Evaxy Diy ta tha Year fey Tha gUndarg Ptiollshlag Coro- Hy-SUBSCRIPTION PATES; Dvlivsrad by Curlar a Ogdon City, including Sunday Mora-la- g Kiaauaar, Single eafiaa far bhU.. TSs $a Y MAIL 1M ADVANCE. Tha Fiaaiiar.-- la aaat hy Mil oattids of Ggdou. par yaar. .M-At faual quanaiiy, ta advance.. LM and INCEFENDENT. FEARLESS 1 .... - --Liuiidii it givso ad pendant MUkfapw- too ex equal aha. haa aa tiMitai, Xha RaaauiMr ad aa oa ion ta punish. U Ui give tha aaa aahiaaa aad ba r oa aU auhjaata yraaaatad ta r pactful languags turn known tadL N VkdttAlfi, but lb IM BAM published la talk AU Nttara and o uniraitaao slfad hr aaaa aa ahl la pluaM, or haahaL Tha thrown ia tha iatdt C C. C. C. RNharda teiephna. this uflli'S that tha Staadaed asd Examiner are Is error fa charging hia father with having eollortnd tha name kind of r penao money that Rtanforl.aud Sea-mahave collected, that Franklin Dt Richard collect a fj par gay for court (tesdaaea at that time, because tha law tpadflcally allowed it. But tha jaw dues not allow it sow, as tun preaeat law ia entirely different. This paper will faveetigate the matter thoroughly aud If the statement of C. C. Richards la eorrect, and we believe it L from what evidence be pro duoea, we ehail do hie distinguished father full juadew. Tbla paper wan not attempting to draw aa odious com pari son, nor have we held that fTagi's P. Richards was other than an if sble man. Mi nu RICHFRDS' FATHER. uaa uawt uu aaaar Ufa behind an bravo aaeumad nemat Don't aah tha MV tor ta ba rotpomnfeta lor vbat you s SubeeriNro aUl orator a baa iiforaui Rit aRea of fatlara ta raealr Tha KnoariMr bctora thair braakfaoL by Tha Morning Maauaar caa a fnpM oa aala hy tha indapandaat Nawa Ca. AaN Lake City. Oa aU throngs trams leaving Ofidoa oa X Tha Southern Incite Railway, acifio Railway, and i Tha Union Tha Crag ia Snort Uaa HaUway.. Examiner patroaa will confer a favor oa tha aiHimfit by reporting to tbla offira wbaaavaa thay fail to find tha pay an at tha daalg ' THE atad places. Rlttf IN SILVER. The New York Financier: The ro markable rise fa the price of silver REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. bulliou in the chief market of i tha world, which haa recently occurred, ia Far Praaidam hi 190i srmertnff graenr armrtm ta this ' THEODORE ROOSEVELT, and country Europe. lost week'a of Niw York. of silver. bullion by the direcREPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. tor cf the mint sere efferied at 7U.TS cem a per ounce, the highest point Far Rapraaantativa la Congraaa reached aiace the repeal in 18D3 of the JOSEPH HOWELL. liver purr haling clause of the act of , Far Juatiaa of Supremo Court IfPd, when the goveraueut ceaard buyJOSEPH E. FRICK. ing ailvar after having accumulated lfil II million ounces f hereof ; ilia REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. kjwert price recanted since such reFor Stota Senator peat wan, U may be sated, 31.11 cema E, T. HULANISKL fa IMtt, so that remparad ' wlib the loweat Far Ropraoantatlraa then has sow beett aa advance RUDOLPH KUCHLER of 1P.69 cents per ounce. From tha FULLER . DEO. A. above mentioned low figure there was DROL Si DEAN a rian fa the Mlowlag ytdr of 10.41 HARVEY P. RANDAL eaata, due to a sutural reaction; a fall Far SharHT it 1H4 of S.PP. earned by the prospect JL SERRIND. of decreased consumption, aa the result of ehaagea Is the coinage ratio Par Altorway NATHAN J. HARRIfa by rarlens silver using countries, and a roes vary, iu not of UP oems, due Far Com mtaoioMro to purchases by India, Rnasla, Japan OSCAR MAOSON Friur-Tea- r Tana. and western Enrjpens sarlona. Tha FRANK MOO Pa buying Ibis yaar baa bees Important Taa-Ta- a r Tarsi by India asd by the I'slted States, tha factor for nibnidfary coinage. For Cfartr DAVID MATTSON. Purchases by this country of silver this year have been made nereniary For Ptaniiir because r of the EDWIN DIR. eshauatloa nf the accamulatinna the of For Traoaaaor bullion which waa bought under the ALMA D. CHAMBERS act of 10. After the repeal In 1891 of the silver purchasing clause of this Far Baaardar JOSEPH B. WALLACE. act the coinage of standard dollars waa icarrlffled until IMO, when the Far Surveyor financial act of that year directed tha H. A CRAVEN. , a us pen aton of auch coinage and requirFar Cdaatabla af Ogda City ed rfat tha remainder of tbe silver HENRY STEELE. bullion In tbe treasury be coined Into subsidiary piece- - finch manufacture DRAFTERS AND REFORMERS. thereof continued until the exhaustion aa dbovd noted of the work of bullion Rome uaa baa aakod if wa arr to tha raatiietlag of pithlle of- late Is IPOS. Tu the ennentyear there ficials ta tha latlar of tha law. Tha was urgent seed fur subsidiary cols, gurry haa reference, wa taka K. to tha partly aa rhe result of the development votfbg to Iheonselvpa by city and coun- of bualncaa activity which stimulated ty officials of acctra pay for extra work. u Inquiry for small denominations of Oar' answer in that wa arr rippoin-- d to j motu-- which could not. be met because "graft, " and top arr In favor of thr I nf the limitation of the supply thereof, In srrord-c- e and is the absence of authority fur statutes bring trltb tha aptrlt of tha law, but the reculnagft Into subsidiary form of what am thr legal abraded standard dollars. Secretary la drtrnnlnittg (11 reeled tbe purchase by the or of pity county offlrfafa, and Bhaw Hghti of bullion for anrh subsidiary mist man. obtaining an autlwntaijv da'e from tha rout's. we are not In fa- coinage. This form of money haa bees rapidly absorbed as fast as It vor of branding tJuw official! in who have followoff a long ratab-lMbr- was manure eta red. thus making necesrrtmlnala and sary the procurement of considerable preerdent, them and thetr amount of bullion. laflictJng obloquy upon India this year nude large purchases children. ailvar for the asigmentatlm of its of Furthermore, when action of that kind are takaa, so dealro to Inquire reserve bullion find. Meifco, which Into the motive of thoaa prosecuting early In the year took advantage f thr officeholders. If aa ulterior mo- the rlaejn the price of sliver to realise tive la dlerlnard, such aa a drelre to upon It holding of pesos, thereby acuae the law aa a Inatramont to wreak cumulating gold, la now in the market pur-ehas- a . d lnttrrd MORS OUDEX, ISO EXAMINEE: Girlhood and linked together. Scoltfj Emulsion are plump, active end energetic. The reason is that at a period when a gitT digestion is weak. Scoff Emulsion provides her with powerful nourishment in easily digested form. J It is a food that builds end keeps up t ALL DRUOOISTSI BOe. AND SI.OO. A ft lV1'! knowledge of the groat light which haq bran turned y on her lover Nshed figure, and the glow of prtd whii-came to her brought a keen realisation of bow closely his suc--e, was interwoven with her good wishes Hounded and brought to Ny by admirers, Raymond made a peeen bluntly protesting that be waa not i, titled to any credit ta the matter. " triad bard to keep out of It," be de dared. "I'm nor seeking honor of that Lind. But hia argument waa in vain Hia denials were railed the excess of modesty, and at a meeting of the van us factions looking ta an adjustment be waa amaaed to find himself put forward aa chief arbitrator of the eonien Tiou. mainly hy Barnett and the mayor of Galley Bprings. Juat at sunset, aa Anu, lingering at Louis' side, waa about to crass to toe Kelly cabin. Munro, wild, white and breathless, bunt Into tbe room. "Where's my gun? ha demanded. "Where's Rob? He was a hunted man in every look, ta every gesture. he demanded sharply and "My gun ran Into tbe Inner room. When he reappeared his face wse set In a grim amlfa far in hia band dangled n thin-inweapon. His panic was at an end. Whoso faced him now mnat give sud-lenl- This paper is advised that some voters aaj ther are not going to tote they fear the voting machine is a complicated affair. Don't tielieve Huytliiug like t hat. Then is mothing complicated about the machine. school child tan work ao ia It simple that a if if he ran reach the lever. it requires only four moves of the hand to vote the straight Republican ticket. First More the large lever from left to right as far as yon caa push it, which pulls the curtain around, and you can study the machine all by yourself and no one but yourself knows what you are doing. tiecond You look for the Eagle on a small lever to your left. You grasp the Eagle lever and turn it from left to right until the bell rings. Then the straight Republican ticket is registered. Third Then look at ihe top, directly in front of your eyes, and yoa will see several small levers or pointSo. ers, on each side of which are the words Yes, desire aa or No, just Push the pointers over Yes' you to vote (Hi each of the two separate amendments to the Roth of tbe proposed amendments are Constitution. each day in the (Standard. If yon favor them published vote Yes;" If you oppose them, vote No Fourth Then pull the big lever, which you pulled from left to right when you tint entered the booth, back again to where you found it, and then turn around and you will And the curtain open, and you walk out. Cut this out and take Is anything more ainiple? no mistake. make and booth it with you to the yon Firxt, 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 "No on the two Constitutional amendments. Fourth, pull the big lever back to place again and out y ou walk. Cut this out and take it with you and you will not . make a mistake. h, J COPTIUHT. aug-niont- o -- ciate IN PORTO RICO. Condition of product Ion and commerce In Porto Rico and the growth in the trade of that Island are Interestingly discussed by the Spanish consul lu Porto Rico In a report wbteh has just reached the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Laboi. Commenting upon the rapid growth In ex i torts from the island, which have practically doubled In the Ism few year, hr says: This Increase in tbe exports is due principally lu the large quantity nr sugar exported to the United States j Besides, there was shipped to the United States tobacco, leaf and manu-- : fsetured. the value of which was SZ.-- S77.192; a great, quantity of native fruit, especially oranges, oocnanute, and pineapples, as well ss straw hats, embroidery, and openwork, whk-- const I Mi to rhe pinrlpal industries of tbis count rj . Commerce with foreign countries, the value of whlrh was fti.5n2.n4'i in lMv-1-, amounted i cob' 98.293.87! tn 1904-fe- . There esn he no doubt that this loss of foreign trade was due mainly to the tariff arrangement to the island, hy reason of shlch the United States was able to n In considermonopolise the trade able number of articles to the excluof sion of goods European origin, so bat the commerce of Pone Rico, on the Import side at leant, may be aaid to lie nearly ail with the United B'.aien. ap-p!t- n The statistical tables show- tbs' the imports from Spain have old their time not regained importance, although 6pain stilla holds first place among tha of Europe supplying Porto Rican lmpona. There Is no doubt that large ssv rouM be mads In the Island of laas. BY Raymond and very gentle. "Yon must go to sleep, he said at one. "I will watch. I want to beg your pardon for seining feiunro fa your presence; but it was necessary both for bis sake and to prevent bloodshed. I saw no other chance cf disarming him. I hope yon will excuse my harshness In sending you away. . "You need not apologii?. I understood, she answered. "What have you done with him! "Kelly haa taken him away out of Hava any of his men called danger. far . hlaf "Yea, one, but be rod away again. Have yon any farther nows? "Something is going on fa Boxie. I could hear cheering, and X thought I could distinguish tha galloping of hones. Whatever fa coming, my duty fa here, and now let ma taka you to ' Kora": X cant sleep now. My whirling with thla night's events. I feel as If I were about to witness some groat atorm, aome catas tropbe. Sleep la Impossible tonight.' He tarned with low reload Intensity. "What ran I do to repair tha Injury I have done you and yourt? When I left Barnett's home I waa resolved never to your life again. I honestly tried to get away from Louis and to take myself absolutely out of your world." She Interrupted him with a gesture of protest. "Yoa must not blame yourself it had to be. Do you belieTe fa No, ho! bn In to fater "I do not, nor ta luck, be answered slowly. "Neither do L hut I believe in compensations. Since I came up here I have worked But a theory of life. 1'vo been happy here. That should comfort poo. "It. would only I cannot rid myself of the thought of what you have sacrificed to ba here. Each day haa plunged you deeper Into this lawless barba- many of our products, because many nf them would find hers n natural market, and othars could, under normal conditions, compete with similar prod- rism." ucts from the United States, but the "There ia where my theory help high Import duties Imposed on foreign merchandise will ulways be an ob- me. One's Ufe haa a general average. My Ufa bad uo real value to ms nor stacle to Importation from Spain. Without more favorable treatmeut If 'to any one else till I mtrae west. PleasIs therefore difficult fur our merrhsuts ures eoroe to me now when 1 least exand manufacturers to maintain com- pect them. That Is a wonderful thing petition lu Porto Rioo with similar to me. I thought I had lost all power prodtirts from the United Stales. to vividly enjoy, but I havent fio It is Impossible to git tbe exact number of Spaniards in Porto Rico, you see I am not a censing you or any because the number changes too often one. 1 have only reason to be thankby reason of death, absence, or recent ful, If only no harm comes to Xionia arrivals, and furthermore because our or my friends here, l shall not comcountrymen can not he induced to reg- plain." ister at the consulate a. But n fair as"It it very sweet of you to try to thma t would be aboot 8,000 In the lighten my sense of guilt, be replied whole island. gently. "But I cannot absolve myself By reason uf the good prices which sugar obtained last year great activity so easily. I can understand your theoprevailed In certain parts of Uie Island ry, but I eanuot understand bow you to improve this industry, and new and find a disappointment. Yon have evImportant central rugar factories were erything to make yon happy. recently established, all fined out wiih filie went on: "I am by heritage a modern machinery. 8une of these I know that now. My father'a "centrales'' have the advantage of worker. were active and calculating people thus to the puna, avoiding preximlry In the city was unand life folk, my In this the grrataat difficulty country, been I've natural. deliciously hungry la whtrti land transportation. It la estimated that the value of the and weary since I've been here life lends which have been taken up for seems restored to Its balance. You the cultivation of sugar has Increased have done uie good you and splendid and the okl Matt and sweet Nora. 20 per cent during 1804-8- . pries of an ordinarily good piece He sprang from his chair and faced land haa risen In certain districts to her. "Yon mustn't talk ta me so; ba 1100 an acre. almost barably. "I shall Tha sugar industry ran be under- exclaimed, taken by large capitalists only who forget my promise and aay forbidden bring to tha island the machinery and words tk you. Yon nnseet all my good sufficient money for the payment of resolutions." She beard, but ignored Lis passionate the laborers. However, the profits derived by these concerns do not remain words. A sort of mental and spiritual In the Island, for the reason that must reckless newt bad seised her. All my uf the capitalists are Americans or life In tbe east and In the old world, foreigners who do not expend in tbe lu the past, seems gray, as Island the Income of their syndicates everything If covered by a mist. The realities or factories. The output nf leaf tobacco has been seem to lie here. I feel grateful to greater this year than that of the year yon. and I want to ask a favor of 19IU-4- , you.v being marketed under extremely favorable condition. The present Anything yon ask, except a renewal method used by the growers leave of my promise of silence. much to be desired; experiments carRite hesltatsd before the rising storm ried on by the Americans: have taught of his lore. I want you to let me a are powthn natives that fertilisers me-he-lp Louis rebuild your wine." and erful and almost indispensable factor What do yon mean? for attaining quantity and quality, "It's so simple. You and Matt need with the result, that they have begun to use good fertilisers on lands given money. I want you to take Louis Into to cultivation of tobacco. your mine aa n partner. Hu thr xhs But the marked progress shlch'bas warnlngly whispered ss the sleepers been made in the production of sun-- I bead moved on bis pillow, If be lives ar aud tobacco can not. satisfy tbe he will want to work with fan. If be great majority of the natives of the dies I must help you for his salt." Island, because up to the present time "He will not die. He will live. But nothing has been done for yon Ann, there la something back of which formerly constituted the printhis. He laid bis strong bands upon cipal basis of the wealth of the island. her shoulders, looking Into her face A present not much more than 20 per area Is bewith such plerdug ; salon that she crai of rhe Yon need shrank and grew timid. ing cultivated: hundreds of coffeeme? Is that It? Am I one of yonr bearing lir res which only a lew year go constituted the greater part of the compensations T wealth of tha country have been abanShe tried to smile. That would not doned. Indeed, there Is capital which to my theory." bo flattering, according actually produces nothing: capital He refused tn be diverted. I don't which is of no value to Ihe country, rsro wbnt your eastern world thinks and which seems destined to disappear sntirely. Properties which were of nie If only yon are content with me. valued at from SdO to 170 an acre are I accept your theory. 1 deserve compsweet return for my today offered for from 1S to Zi). and ensation-some it frequency happena that properties lonely, loveless life on the plain. Will sold the at are sun Ion for nonpayyon come? Is tbst what you mean?" ment of taxes rr of the amount for He was 'master now. stopping at no which they bate been mortgaged. polite Nr. "I will not let yon go till you speak your mind." Hi physical A BEAUTIFUL STRADDLE. hold on her arms softened, but hia spiritual self closed round her. "Six e The fellow who Indulges in months sgo I was a ranebsr In the and flatters himself tbst he foothills, and yon were In great eastit deceiving the Republicans of this ern city. We wer ss wide apart ss the Now. here we are. I don't unpole To county, is oniv fooling himself. derstand it This t know you aro hide s boost for he Democratic party here, and I can't let you go. I accept candidate for and the Drmo.-ratl- c your offer to go Juto tbe mine, but not l 'on gross under ispid praise of Repubfor Tonis' take I do It for my own lican principles, whlla calling attensake because 1 want you to N my tion to Lieniormtic rallies or attemptpartner-m- y wife. What do you aay, Hroper. my atar of the wet?" ing to make light of the main conShe put him away almost In terror. tentions of the Republican advocates. 1 can't decide now. 1 mnst be aura Is a trick shallow that even a child sure, and I'm not sure. I mast have ame. might detect rh to conrider. I must go back into It lx a beautiful straddle. After timeold life-1 my my native city." election, whichever wsy the contest You ey you aro happier hero than goes, the sleek Bphrslm can saj, ' I In the est. Why go Nek at all? Why old you w. risk the loss of yds new found health T . . J GARLAND UHAUTLH XXVII. was gone fW nearly but when he did h was entirely self ten-year-ol- d for bullion fa order fa inerraso tu subsidiary r linage. Wester Europsas ns (loss are also buyfag largely for s like purpose and Ruasia ast Far Easters ranntrlrs are Increasing their storks rf sliver bullion. These requirement for tha metnt will sufficiently account for the rise in Us price and it would Mvm that unfa! producefcm shall ho so greatly Increased s to result in sn over supply them oust fee (urtfesr sdvsnce in the Mrhoi value cf the metal, i ahouM there he such a rise la silver 'or even ihe maintenance of current prices therefor, there' will probably be a derangement fa tha silver currencies of those nations which have recently adopted the gold standard, end that as one of the nses.sre promutlve thereof, have latabllsbed the ratio of one ounce of stiver for auch of gold fa thirty-twmetallic money. Mexico haa already made prorlofon for the reduction of the bullt-vnlue of those of her subsidiary coins which wUl ho manufactured after January 1st seal, hy towering the fluenets of such rains from IN to SiO. When the Ptilllpplno currency system became effective provision wa made for snch an amount of bullion a would establish the silver coins at n patio of thirty I wo of atlver to one of goidAnd when early this year the value of thn metal began to advance It was feared that mark of the coinage would bn exported berause of Its lucres sad bullion value; there Is now, therefore, an Imperative need for the revision nf the coinage ratio, and the most practical war to effect, this change would bn to lower the standard nf fineness as has been decided npnr by Mexico. Other count riep which have made similar er-rhe In their rstlo will compelled to effect a chance therein or suffer the export of their coins should the price of silver continue in appre- ...BY... HAMLIN tmue - girl's strength. novemhz QUICK AND RIGHT b The giri who titkeg Scolfs EmuU jfon haa plenty of rich, red blood; he U Mcsxrca, HOW TO VOTE of-ffc- d CTAII. FSiDAY (HAMLIN RL AMD I will tie honest, it Is because by n st tbe old Ufa begins to glow. TN change fa me may be due to physical causes. Perhaps I could cany my raroverod Joy of life Nek with me. If this should be ao, then I Bright never want to return, and that would be cruel toyou. Dont yon see? "Then you should go, he answered quickly. "I want to make you happy. If 1 cannot, then It to better for ena to suffer than two. Return to New York; and from that vantage ground look Nek ou this new Ufa. If I do not then seem fitted to make you happy I will not complain." They were Interrupted again, thin time by Nora, who came fa pale gad troubled. "Rob, where Is Matt? Sure; he has not shown his face since aup-pecom g of himself. Gosdby, girir he called, and his voles waa wildly tender. "Dent for With a bound he reached get me! Barnett's horse and rose to the saddle juat aa a arera voice called "Halt!" . "He's in command of the guard to- and n blade of fire reached out of the night. He'a not far away. Don't wor- dusk and pierced hia aide. Spurring hia horse ta a swift, roarry about him." "Anu, dear, I wish youd cotno home. ing circle, he flung from hia right band I need you. Bob will sit with tbe sick aa answering puff of omokA and a tall man with a rWe fa hia hands dropped one, wont you, Rob?" To this suggestion Raymond gavo t, at the corner f the cabin, but from his and fa the eud Ana went away, knees again took atm, and the Mauri fal horse went down, flinging hia desker demonstration unfinished the quesperate rider over hia head: tion of her future still unanswered. frooen Into immobility. Horrified, Norn waa fairly broken. "Dear God! How long are we to bo kept on tbe Ann stood In tha doorway, while Monedge of deetruedon like- - this? Bure; ro shook hlmaolf Dm from too saddle and dragged himself clear of to groanmy patience la worn out. Ana comforted her as best she could, ing horse. Resting hlmaolf on his eland at 1 oclock, all being quiet out- bow, with tha face of a calm panther, ho confronted n second armod officer. side, thay went to bed. xnp was awakened from an musky Hia right arm waa uaaleaa, hut hi sleep by Kora'a cry to Matt: "For love mind waa clear, hia eyes steady, and his new assailant approached be of heaven, where have you been? shifted hia weapon to hia loft hand What ta that nolseF Matf a votes, rumbling to reply, N ro- and rolled upon his usetasa right arm. ly reached her ears, for a deep, tram- and the bullet Intended far hia heart pling, continuous tumult grew each went wide then. Lifting himself with moment louder and at last waa dis- terrible effort, ha fired again and put tinguishable aa the sound of horses' n bullet into the very heart of his pur hoofs. Springing from her bed, she suer, who fan In n heap Juat aa Raydraw aside tbe curtain and peered oat mond and Barnett, followed by Kelly, In the dear, yellow light of tbo frosty came rushing to too scene of comNt. dawn n regiment of mounted men was Raymond Not above the fallen leader. How ia it. Jack? An you hart?" streaming np the road between the "Hurt? Im shot to ptorob Rais cabins. Dressing hurriedly, she wont out Into the sitting room just as Ray- m up, There's another. Let me get mond cam In, hia face excited and him. He straggled again to rise. . Raymond pnsbod him gently to toe exultant. "Our reign of terror ia ever. The earth. "Nfever mind him now. You desperadoes asg scattering Ilk qualL need help. When's the doctor? Why The governor iu a spirit of reprisal fans didn't yon jump tbo comp, aa Kelly Invoked federal aid, and Colonel Wood told you to do, Jerk, old man? Why of the Fortieth United States cavalry didn't yonr "How oouifi I no lioras so gun? la about to take command of the Im no Jack rabbit to go shaking Into camp. Ho raised hia vole Oh, I am so gtadf Now there will the Mgpbuah. qumloualy. "Bom o' you boys get N no more fighting, and you can no a drink. I feet weak. your mllL s A half doses started, hut Braide pot You are right. MoN do not fight n gtaas to hia lips. Munro looked at tbe United Stats army." be answered, him with a steely gleam ia Mb eyes. ."I ought to kill you, be said slowly, with tbe pride of n potential aoldlev. They farad each other, even at this "for doing mo fast night. Hia voice moment, with a knowledge that the nm ta oten com maud: "Take hold ad atop thla blood. I can't stand tbs iTMMt Important matter of All remained unsettled between them, and all day vary fang. Dont you see that? b and tbe next, while the forces of dls- - ended, with a note of fierce Impatience order dissolved and the camp readjust- -' in hia voice. At Braider orders they took him up .ad Itself to military rule, Anu nursed, her alck and brooded over her prob-- - and carried him Into too bungalow, where Louts lay watching, Hatsning, lera. The second day passed slowly even with Ann cioas Nakfa him trying to though she slept at times and no far- shield him from the light and sonnd ther word of Intimate meaning passed of this tragic end of n gambler. TN dying man anffiend tbe doctor's between them. Raymond came fa from time to time with new of tbe changes examination In si lone far awhile; then In progroaa, but did not tell her that the quietly asked: "Well, doe; wMUa yonr tate waa faU of praise of tbe port be rprdlrt? Do I bit the long trail F looks that way, Jaok, Braide rehad played In bringing peace to tbo camp. He shrank from doing thla. for plied, with a good deal of fsoling. Munro closed hfa syes and hia faro the reason that usual, tbs proas waa extreme, loading him with compliqulvsrod. At fait, whan M bad regainments for his firm stand, for his Influ- ed control of bis voioa; M said, "Ann, ence over Munro and for hia powerful I w ant jm-bfr-o." protest to the governor, whereas, to bis mind, Matthew Kelly waa IN leader o! ssn, (Continued Tomorrow.) the free miners. 1 was only the seche rets ry-t- be cleric, evplatned. Dolan, however, brought to Ann a tfANT ADt YIELD BID REBULTS. r. . aa-ar.- tv-sto- It REMEMBER THE GREAT REDUCTIONS OF LADIES SUITS AND I riiffee-bearln- CA TBE SEASONS FOR IT g double-entendr- We are going out of the ladies suit business, therefore, we hare derided to give a discount of 50 per cent on every suit in the store. All the new Fall suits Mill be f included and sold at Call and see the price. one-hal- Ruitfl. . . a We are also pleased to notice. that the ladies are quite anxiouj to get a chance at the SAMPLE FURS The prices on these goods are extremely low and the Myles are the very latept. Samples are always better . than regular stork. .