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THE MORNING EXAMINER: niiauwr the educatiu-,of I t ; of it may hour ..f inhum- nna! ' be may aafety :!i pc wot u uaelf. He ea:uu iom count on fine wornlug U Hud c;:i.e:f .we of f the competent one grurraiiou. lit whatever purnuit hr- may liare ii.n Effectively and Permanently WE I MEN ByModem, Quick I Methods WE CURE MEN Come and Get Well Drs. Elliott & Norris vJt. --SPECIALISTS - vS 2361 Washington Ave. qseeuou. dutd lu jrief terms. 1; the may be defined as a standard relxti-between the white uian sad ttie black man, aad with that tAck man go ea ever--i acres sirg population of colored people of various hues-- who have been born or reared la South Africa. la that country there is bis Jurlty of the white people who object to the bestowal of represi-niativrighta upon- The blacks, while iu Eig-lanthen- is an academic sympathy for them us "Tader the gronawet of the late Transvaal government, the natives received no at all. and were Indeed descriaed as croat conditions applying practically to the Orange Free State. The British bow find that there are eigne of an Incipient rebellion among the blacks with regard to the hut tax in Jl was aad the poll-tathis way that the Boer war of idSiV-l- l began. The Boei objected to pay the taxes after they had allowed annexation by tae British, and when an attempt was Blade to collect the taxes by the fat was In aelling a bullock-wagothe Are. end toinge Nek sad Msjulat Hill followed. Harking back to the native trouble, the peaceful aad pulley uf the British ha beea the cause of the trouble. Before the lend where the native live passed under the British flag, tribal wars aad conflicts with the Buera tended to keep population down, but elnce the Brtrlsii have taken posses i4ob or thrown thetr euaermlaty over these lands, the population has Increased enormously. Liord Milner appointed e South Africa a Native Affaire Commission la 1903 to onaeldur all native troabios. Including tholr marriages end the efThis ootiimiasloa fect of polygamy. aat tor seventeen months, and axam-liveI have beea told, 400 witnesses. They derided that the vrord native should Include every aboriginal uf and South Afrioa and atao halN-aatother deacendauta of natives. The comsulaioa reported la favor of aonie measure of repraaaotatlna for the natives la the Legislature, but derided that no native should vole for a candidate for whom a European had a right to vote. This ia something like the representation of the il sorts ia the New Zealand parliament. The commission showed that polygamy ia on the decrease, partly on account of the increase of the male population, and partly because of the higher ooat of living and the loss of cattle through plague. The oommlaelua also found that the natives desired to be freed of from the control European churches. The visit of aura of the American missionaries appears to by partly raapuoelblo fur thie. The cry of Africa for the African has been largely disseminated by black Tit Ethiopian church, la fact, excludes any white man from the ng and better appreciated glfti than any others. At Olaenn you have an extremely large stock to eelect from, ranging from dinner, ten, lunch and breakfast sets to fancy and ornamental creations that are always a amirce of joy aad beauty. In cut glass bare a fine line of useful thlngu. plena! a-- e F. A. Olsen, Grocer, 2259 Washington Ave. PkOUDFIT PEwaiaiiafliiwiffEMBBai sporting GOODS COMPANY Wholesale and Retell SPORTING GOODS. Jobbera of EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS, Clark, Horrocka Plaiting Tackle, Stall and Dean Athletic Geode. Phonographs Sold on Eaay S51 24th SL Term. TEM P d bn-ther- e c e. fold. The attempt of the whites to resist granting the franchise to the blacka has created a strong feeling of hietll-lt- y on the part of the latter, aad they are dot at all satisfied by the argument that la India the blauke are not allowed to vote. India, they hold, la a despotic country. The blacka are fully conscious of their mental inferiority to the whites, but nevertheless they do not relish haring their voting power limited. To give them some recognition la to gain their good will; to refuse It ia to brad enmity. Travelers to Natal and the Transvaal, have noted for long time the growing boeJIlty of the blacks. Be the causes uf it whet they may, however, there caa be no doubt that the blank races of South Africa are gradually growing more hustlle; and it ta quit probable, therefore. that England may have aa outburst of war from some of them which will have to be severely put down. The result of such a conflict may be the unification of the Briton and the Boer In an effort at saJTpre serration and the domtnntton uf the whites In South Africa, and perhapa generate n stable and progressive confederation under the Crown In the lands which were recently the scene of so much strife and dlsoord. Note Mr. Livingstone will write on more piece for this paper before starting on hie trip to South America and Asia, but others will be seat for publication while In those (hr away countries. The next article will be on The Natives of Indtg and Their Religions Customs." ERANCE DEPARTMENT I CONDUCTED DY W. C. T. U. EDITORIAL COMMITTEE MISS MABEL M. CHARPI8 MRS. CLAYTON COOLIDGE MISS LEOTA- S. KENNEDY - t uixMaanisiKffieifii2BaaaBttisxniu tsnd like a tower when everything rocks around him, and when hie softbell te er fellow mortal era winnowed like tilth mere good Intentions chaff in the blast. A eiisrscter. proverbially paved. fasha completely one faae said, is CHARACTER. or ioned will. Every time e reeolve witha fin glow of feeling ewporates The hell tn be endured hereafter, nf out (waring practical fruit Is wotbo which theology tell, it no worse than ao as posthan a chaee lost; tt work the hell we make for nreelvee In this itively to hinder future resolutions. world by habitually fashioning our There is no more contempible type caracters the wrong way. Could the of human character than tost of the young but realise how soon they will nerveless sentimentalist and dreamer, become mere walking bundles of habwbo Spend hie life In a weltering see its, they would give more heed to of sensibility and emotion, but who their ceidnct while In the plastic never does a manly concrete deed. slate. We are spinning our own fetes good or evil, end never te be undone. DEVELOPINd THE WILL. Every smallest stroke of virtue or of vice leaves Its never so little scar. Keep the faculty of effort alive ev-!c The drunken Rip Van, Winkle, In Jefferson's play, excuses himself for evyou by S little gratuitous exercise ery day. That Is, be systematically ery fresh dereliction by saying; T aaceatic nr heroic la little unneces- won't count this time." Weil, he may it. end a kind heaven may sary points, do evedy day or two some- nnt count tt: but it le being counted thing for no other reason than that not count same. Down among the youl would rather not do it, so that just the when the hour of dire need draws nerve cell and fibre the molecule! It, registering end stornigh, it may find you not unnerved are counting end untrained to stand the test ing it up ts be used against him when Accetlcism of this sort la like the In the next temptation comes. Nothing surance which a man pays on bis we evpr do la, In strict literalness, house end goods. The tax does him wiped out. Of course this has its Its bad one. A good aide aa well DO good at the time, end possibly e become permanent drunkards by may never bring him a return. But if tbs fire does come, hts having paid so many separate drinks, so we .besaints In th morel, and authorit will be hts salvation from ruin. S" come and experts in the practice) and with the man who has dally Inured ities scientific spheres, by so many sepahimself to habit of concentdated rate acts and hours if work. I,t no tentton. energetic volition end In unnecessary thing. He will youth bur any anxiety about the up- GOOD INTENTIONS. Htte character of the transfer wrvfce wo supply our patrons. ProP rallable and at low coat, ny time you lay well be on your Job and hand! it expeditiously and wall. ALLEN TRANSFER CO. Phone U for your. . self-deni- L- Silently, f al cin-i:i;- t jii-yeU- 1 . e psestoa 4 pat this truth - of i; ha j jlacouiagc-Bie- r: in Grocery Is whore you buy the 1 Best the Market Affords 1 Pine Fruits v ojih - embarking ou ardi'ou reivers lhau all outer cause put togeiber. STOP, DRUNKARD! ('j-y- tu-e- Then, did you ever dream That with lose of You would fight and win against youh belter reif? That joj'd trauipie tviirsg- - under, Aad consent, uulo a plumier UI friends, uf huuic, or happiness eelf-eieci- ai'i-iciiis- . f Vegetables . i d'op, drunkard! tstap ami think 'Ilia; ;u yielding to it- - drink. 1 ou have overcome vouih's puir and high idea'! Tbiuk bow you uuce were tired With a courage It To live a noble lite iu ntuuiy xti! Staple and Fancy s GROCERIES - ALWAYS NICE DESTP0YS lx-i-- TOBACCO AND FRESH 2314 Washington Are. KILLED BY A FREIGHT TRAIN. FACTORIES aud health? Du you sn-iuv- I. Co. ! a Ilf S PICKETT r k!ii-rt- ihc tt. lUUr l.o that will unci' Young people should him ia advance. The lFli.uai-.iprobably engendered moie aiui faint-bea- e - CHRISTMAS PRESENTS GALORE, berauae of Chair lnOnlta variety and superb artiitic beauty In decorated china and cut gleea, are found more a-h kid hlldlnWaa 7 aelf in m, lii.i: qr promise to lie rhr ensi ,m a r uu.kc eiii.a;:c-ineiiicoinage 'hi new finulinii. utliietiea'.iy .'! iticoaii-aK.t wib uac sociaily. Tile g::ic U in the nature a polilll ) !l '.i caae ni'.OWS. Ii. a reiini.-if the united serrUe. . . n mi'.ii.iuu with tl.e j.ii:t of ikn aasriniileu inuli.-I n or has never interfered wili ni with the e'ery ! ini yen Kite HJth teams UtgillPtilfi :icm 4 moun U.Vtll keen spirit of ritalry. iim: tne ir irpiuti.iu to itoxn will p!ay "new ' football right up to lU lie' uivur as Mam as it oth raise tl.e mark ami tlmse who have vare-fjil- y u ikii: an-- l eieiy day duing which .1 followed the of botli elevlirti.1. lean is p. s. pniien aii is to lie ens helli-tit is all txidy's flame. Wlt'i chau-e- s .1 na uei ui r.iijt a ail. a inning pi net alship and daring the Xee: suffer an t kceii'ien in occur lall'llir. Ml! I'll- illhai.i S great has born routed ho demand fur Ku-- l limn' it like the liikri iu your liltiu hr game fiui ihU cl!.-- ' ieiln-.lJU ot a twii of sn.r.g which list the IVimeylvania has arranged to iu-i csri-lul- l ii). single run six special tiaiu to Franklin ft rid mure tiiiiii a t.t-alip uian.i frul'l Jclm-- t l urns aii eiud sein. iVnummy 01 uaiuing I ilv g:ea; OR. LYMAN DISAPPEARS. The tieivii9.it of securing success 1 a: the outset is liuperaine si first it upi t iluniiiii ihe t'al , IVc. 1. Dr J lw Augries. all In: lire past li'diii l.yiuuu. guest of the Hotel f experli-ir mi iu 1,1 tiricu, Pasadena., aud a promoter uf luiuro tigci. tioliineld, Ncv., ht waa iudicied lu tin- latter place un a charge uf embet-xleiuniu connection a irk the sale uf alleged fraudulent mining stock, luta disappeared and can not bft located by the police. Officers are sag robing ihe city for him, but so far no trace u found since be left of him has at 1 o'clock this morning. tiie TWO t - eat. lflflfi. it-- - iri( i. h-i c-- r CURE b. - n.. Hating been aakoii :n riu- - a fen Hup oo the native irejblrk :u Soaih Africa during the pa.; few umutha. will any 'There is si ways something doing and new from that part of the world. It la n romarakble fact that every European power that has Inter-frrswith ifrtofta iffiini, ur enle&vor. ed to conquer s poniun nf the Dart Continent, has sooner later been landed In serious trouble, if not absolute disaster. Regjlua, the Roman general, was captured and foully Poiupey a us slain In Julius Cenaer found himself in nkgrpt, very tight corner in Alexandria, and Mark Antony committed suicide there St. Louie was taxes pnsu&ar La Africa, and later on Napoleon had to fly from the country. The Portuguese founded settlements on the same continent, but have since gone down the hill. Then the Dutch possessed the Cape of Good Hope for two centuries, hut were eventually conquered by the British, and the latter have had their hands full of trouble ever since they want to Table Bay la 11x3, 1 hell ere; they hare been fighting the Dutch, the Knars. Ussutos, Zulus, Mats bales and Boer. In fact. If the war account of the British were totalled up. it would be found that they have spent ever three hundred million pounds ta achieve what? Simply the sovereignty of a country where there ere two hostile populations; the rinderpest among cattle, drought, the tsetse fly among horaea, and but little agricultural and pastoral pursuits of n crude order. Of course, there is the offeet of diamond fields about Kimberley, and enormous gold deposits near Johannesburg. But who profits by all theec-Very few Britishers, I satire you, hut many foreigner. la modern days Prance has had her troubles ta Algeria, and Spain with Morocco, Itoglend has had serious conflicts with Arabl Bey In Egypt, and El Mahdi and the Khalifa In the Soudan; and an Italian army has Buffered n severe defeat from the Abyssinian. The King of the Belgians has made a certain amount of progress on the Congo, but at any day there may be a black upheaval there which will wipe hie African Empire out of existence. The Germans have had trouble on both the eastern and western coasts of Africa, and by this time, no doult, they me sorry that they ever tried to settle there. Within the past year there has been a narrow escape horn a great European war. owing to the aggreaeive conduct of Germany towards FTance on the Moroccan question. But for the entente cordials between Great Britain and France that war would undoubtedly have resulted. Ia fact, the Arabs are the only people who have done well In Africa, and they have succeeded by the aid of the word. Their bloody excursions In search of slaves and other booty have established a fearful name fur them la Africa, aad the result te that the Arab today Is the most potent factor before the ayes of the Africans because be rules by finer, and not by love. This brings me to the position of the black native in South Africa today. Whether he be Zulu, Kaffir, Baeuto, or Matabele, he belongs to the Banta race a number of tribes driven southward by the Arabs and others years before the British settled lu South Africa. The British conquered them in turn, and they also have overthrown the Boer republics; but, la front of them stand millions of the Bantu people, who era now well armed with modern rifles and well honed, and who have been for years itching te drive the whites into the eee. But for the lnterferanoe of the British, they would bare overwhelmed the Bnere la 1877-7and they ere now much more numerous and powerful than they were then. Having made plenty nf money by acting as driven, etc., during the late Boer war, many of these black are now independent and saucy; other of their number are angry beoeuee they were driven out of employment t the mines by the Chinees. Mora object te the hut tax and the poll tax; the other, again, have not forgotten and glories of the Znta kingdom, would like to revive theirs. Thee black!, whether they be Kaffirs, Zulus, Baeutoe. or Matabtea, have been preand paring for war for yearn peat; their recent resistance to e British offloef is hut one of many evidences of their ingrained hostility to the whitee, whoa they outnumber by nearly five to one. ' Of all (he problems with which the present and htira statesmen of South - DEt EMItKK .MOKMN1'.. : t--. iitr la:j iik. k.iii j SlNIUY TTAH. OGDEN, cower with the slume? Are ou tired uf the auic' Does your heart cry uni tor strength sad purpose new? There ts a power above vou A mighty iiod who loves you, WSuae power reapumi to uce.i wi'h succor due. SUPPOSED TO BE THE WORK OF TOBACCO lUoomtugion, 111.. Dec. 1 Vernon an was kliedl, W. D. Button and Walter Chapman were probably filially Injured and a doseu other persons were hurt last night when a Chl-cft Alton height train becked Into a Erie ft Western pasenger train K Flew RAISERS. lke that waa standing at I'ntun station. Buildings Are Set on Fire and Fir Fighters Are Kept at a Distance. WILL. temperance workers could secure wondrous chemist a for ''will, and could bottle it and dispute of tt to the public, their difficulties would be at an end. Man d'tea nol naturally ally himaelf with the bad except as It la easier than the good. All of us are guiltv to a greater or less extent Accurdlng to James, to think ta the secret of will. A man yields to temptation because he sill not consider the idea of nut yleld'.ug lung enough to overbalance the temptation. "This comes out very clearly," Jamea says, iu the kind of excuse which we must frequently bear front pet sons whu find themselves eonfrotit-tisby the sinfulness or harmfulness I uf some part of their behavior. never thought, they say. I never thought how mean tit action was; 1 never thought of these abominable consequences.'' And what do we roll) rt when they say this? We say. Why didn't you think? Whut were Ami we you there for but to think? reed them a moral lecture on their irretlectlveneas. hTe hecknelcd.Pxample of morel deliberation is the vase of the habitual drunk ard under temptation. He hea made resolve to reform, but he hi now solicited again by Hut bottle. Hie moral triumph or fallure.lllerally coq-lut- a In bis finding the right naiuo for the rase. If he pays that it ta a case of not wasting good liquor already poured out, or a case of not being churlish end unsociable when in the Ust of friends, or s case of learning something at last about a brand uf whisky which he never met before, or a case of celebrating a public holiday, or a case, of stimulating himself to a more energetic resolve ia favor of then he is lost. Hie choice of the wrong name seals' bis doum But if, in spite of all the plausible good asmee with which hie thlratT faney ao copiously furnishes him, he unwaveringly clings to tbe truer bed name, end appercelves the case as that of "being e drunkard, being ft drunkard, being e drunkard,'' ble feet are planted on the road to salvation. He saves himself by thlnglng rightly. HERE YOU ARE U from aojii a d TAPERING OFF. The question of tapering off, lu drink and abandoning such habile opium indulgence, comes in bere, an-- i le a question about which expert differ within certain limits, end In regard to what may be boat for an individual ease. In the main, however, all expert opinion wtilild agree that abrupt acquisition of the new habit is the beat way if tfiere be a real possibility of carrying It out We must be careful not to give the will so stiff a task ae to insure its defeat at tlie very outset; but, provided one can stand It, a sharp period of suffering, and the na free time. Is the best filing to aim at, wtehther la giving up a habit like that of opium, or ia simply changing ones bnura of rising nr of work. It le surprising how noon a desire will die of Insertion If It be never fed. One must first learn, unmoved, looking neither to the right nor left, to walk firmly on tbe straight and narrow path, before one can begin to make ones self once again. He who every day makes a tread resolve If like one wbo, arriving at the edge of the ditch he I to leap, forever stops and returns for a fresh run. $eixe the very first possible opportunity to act on every resolution nd on evqry emotional you make, prompting of the habits you aspire to gala. No mailer bow full a reservoir of maxims ne may possess, and no matter, how good one's sentiment may be, If one have not taken advent age of every concrete opportunity to act, one's character may remain entirely unaffected for the better. INSANITY Louis) ills', Ky, Doc. 1. A special from Priuivtuu. Ky.. says tbe tobacco aleiuuieriea of John Birger and John U. Orr. the latter controlled by fllaa lailluimill T. ku see. . MAIII lie H .. . F Van va ir aargaa York, aerr destroyed early today by a fire, kindled by a mob of mashed men. The lues Is estimated at The mob, which numbered about 300 men. entered Princeton between 1 aud 1 o'clock, acixed the night tuen marshal and disarmed bun. They limn went to the factories aud quickly up plied the torch. Tbe masked men stood on guard, permuting nobody to come near until the buildings were completely enveloped lu flames end Line-Tric- es A squad of the Winslows Celebrated help wee mob took charge of the telephone ofFrom 50c to $$joo fice and no word of the affair was permitted to go out. When the mob saw that the fire waa beyond control ihey left the town, going n the direct Ion of Hopkinsville, disrbaigiug revolver and riflee aa they departed. Whin Ihe fir depart? HUTCHISON nieni arrived it could do nothing more than prevent the fire from destroying buildings In the vicinity. No. 306 Twenty-Fift- h Street Tbe Birger sieinmery Wa locatinl un the aourii aide of Iowa ou the Illinois Central Railroad and the Orr building In the northcru part of Ihe 17A,-um- i. Roller Skates RollerSkates uai-lcs- T. B. EVANS 01 Co. STAPLE 2314 Come Quick end FANCY GROCERIES. Washington Avenue, T. S. town. The Rieger factory la controlled by the American Knuff company, and Mr. Bteger la the Princeton ageut for that concern. Mr. Orr la Ibe representative of tbe Imperial company. There waa about 150,00(1 pound of tobacco In each warehouse and all of it waa burned. w Tbe mob. In addition to disarming the night policeman, took charge of Ibe police elation and the waterworks. Even had the fire company responded they would have been unable to obtain a supply of water. The work of the mob la believed lo lie only a furtherance of the agitation by the tobacco ralsera against the to bar co trust. The organisation of tbe fennere I known as tho Dark Tobacco Gmwera Protective ' association, but It ia not knowu that any member in last of that organlaatlou waa night' mob. SIX SPECIAL TRAINS. New York, Dec. 1. Army and Navy meet on Franklin field, Philadelphia. today la the last big gridiron battle of the year Although Presi dent Roosevelt will not witness the P GETTING DOWN TO FACTS. Why do the patronise well-to-d- W" S The more 700 look at the elaaa cf laundry work turned out by tkia establishment the mere certain we are that yor. will continue te favor ne wfU your orders, for our prices are well within (be reach of ftvcTyoM. Ask tor our new rate on family washing. They will Interest yon. ITt 47 o ft iu most? la the right answer te tide te the hey to eueceae. Think twice and newer et the JUMBLE, Halle 1144. Rooms, B lures, Storage, Stoves, Snap. BuMi 4 Gert's Planes. Newman Brea, Organa. H. C. Ogden Steam Laundry 'Phones WARDLEIGII PIANOS 2Mb SL ORGANS AND MUSICAL FURS FURS MERCHANDISE Ylollna, Guitars, Aceordeona, Baa-jo-e, Strings. Latent Publications of Sheet Music An Elegant Line of Each Bee the Wonderful pip Organ. Washington Avenue 2371 OGDEN, HATH. REESE HOWELL & SONS Second Hand Stores DRESS The JUMBLE buys, Bella or o changes "any eld thing" (bluea" exand meat new enaa. 200 cept.) Weeh. Halle 1H4 DRESS GOODS GOODS NEVADA SECOND-HANSTORE. We huy and sell all kind ef new eecend-hanand geods, Call or phene d Wecker 4 Haynee Praps Phene, IndL 122. Ilf 25th SL PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, Saeend-Han- d Store, OF INEBRIETY. The craving for drink, according 10 Prof. James, In reel dipsomaniacs, or for opium or chlnrad In thoso subjugated. ia of a strength of which normal persons can form no conception. Were a keg of rum In one "corner of a room and wer s cannon constantly discharging halls between me end H, I would not refrain from passing before that cannon in order to get the rum. "If s bottle of brandy stood at one hand and tbe pit of hell yawned at the other, and I wFre convinced that I should be pushed In a sure ae I took one glass. 1 could not refrain." Dr. J. E. Turner tells of a man who. whilo under tPMimtint for Inebriety, during, four weeks secretly drank the alcohol from six jars containing deal specimens. On asking him why he had committed this loathsome act, he Sir. it Is as Impossible for replied: me to' control this diseased appetite as it ia for me to ooutrol tbe pulsations of my hearj HOW BREAK A HABIT? - We wish to call your attention ta lb feet that our new etoek of Fancy Ralelna, Currants, Citron, Orang and Lemon Peel hue arrived. They are choice, riven stork, aad the beet that money ran buy aay piece ta the city. We also have on bead ft supply of pure apple elder, guaranteed to bo the boat on the market. Made from select and dean apples. Now ta a golden opportunity to get tho very beat uf goods for the making of your mince meat. BOTH PHONES 23d. ft Prof. James gives some excellent auggyaii'ins for H- - vho would break an evli habit. says: Take care t- wlih nP strri?:g an launch VMiir-e- f a initiative Acrumu'iiie the possible which t!it motives; put yu n- h-- sh-ri- 1 If you have anything te sell or buy call ar phene 1S70 te 171 Waeh. Ave Bell I Ind. 67B. tie YOU CAN GET BL A. DENKERS Will pay the highest prlea for eeeond-hanfurniture and eell te the puhlle the cheapest. 241 Grant Ave Beil Phene fiS7-k- . Ind. 20. d Z. C. M. I. Home Made Shoes For mpn, boy a, mififiPB and children again in Ogden. They are tbe old reliable, every pair guaranteed, as well as tbe C. J. HERRICK 4 CO ueceeeers to H, L. White Bring your good here f you want to sell them. Call tore If yew went Ball Phene buy. 2242 Wash Ave tSy. Ine 4B7. Ladies" Pillow Shoes TIIE BIIOE FOII TENDED FEET, at the Fifth Ward Shoe Store 254 (i MADISON AVE. DELL PHONE 513 X. Cntnlog and Samples. T. A. S II REEVE WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS.