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examiner, ogden, Tin: .morning lit EXAMINER PtikUonotf Cvaijr Day in toe by TM Sunder Punliahing - I ATE. SUBSCRIPTION Delivered by Com or in Ogdon City, Including Sunday Mon-lo- (uoiiatr, Sinful oopim par month.. ISi t V MAIL IN ADVANCE. Hi Kuouur is sou ouUida of Gfidea. At toast auniuriy, ta FEARLESS In aid Tfc by mau i" advaaca.. c0 LW and INDEPENDENT. f a atncuy newspaper. on oual snow. JfiMUUiBM Wu u ito su AO lifcVOnteQo to piuus. it Will sad SO rtTV1 unwarad sod saos tbo giro IVimimiB .1 SfllWlE wu bo racoiivti reob nil aubjoeia proaoutod is indiknows train spectful iaoguoga vidual but iao true bosm must be published in lulL All lottcra sod Igsod by bob do will bo pliuBM, or arum1 nanics. la uio waoto broket Tbo Unn man Into ihw kldao bobind na oMiunod bim Don't nalt tbo Kdi uir to bo ruponoiblo for wbst you or sahsmod of. Subscribers wll'. confer s fvor by islorBiing Uus ottos of fsliura to reeolv? Tbs Koa minor bo tort their broo blast. Tbs cos b indcpondcni tl ora Lug Easuinor the tousd on anlo by News Co Son tabs City. tearing On all tbroogb train Ogdal OS Tha Soutbcrs Facifle Railway. Tbo Union Foci He iUilwsy, and Tbo Orogm Short Lin Hallway. Examiner patrons will coaler a favor on tbo management by reporting to ibli office wbenorar they tall to Sad too papers at tba deals natad places. fr Tbe commission of corporations THE EXPECTED Tbe coming legialature should provide for a state veterinarian, whose duty it shall be tn Inquire into all infectious diseases among domestic animals. The residents of a town may not think favorably of burdening the state with extra officers for tbe protection and earn of lUesux-k- , bnt they must not be unmindful of the fact that much of he prosperity and business activity of the towns are baaed on the products of tbe farm of which livestock Is a big percentage In value. One of the best veterinarians in the atale, employed fur twenly years In the government service, la anthority transportation companies of the country had discriminated tn favor of the oil trust. The discrimination, no doubt mde tbe work of crushing a rival easy. Simplified spelling Is falling to the rear. No use trying anything simple la this complex age. A WOMAN This doctoi of tbe diseaaes of horses ms him in says his experience the belief that glanders exist iu mny parts of the Interniountulu country. It I an affliction that endangers not only the hrullli of horses, but cn la- - communicated to Imnisii result Ins iu tetanus aud often death. Hut it yields to the serum treatment almost as readily as malaria fever dues to quinine, aud nmld Is driven from the stale by the close of a state elerluaiin aiul the treatment of all rases discovered with the Pasteur serum. lc-iny- office?" No; from American. a tree." Baltimore Schoolmaster (at end of object I Now, ran any of you tell me what Is water? Small aqd Grubby Trehin Please, teacher, water's wbst turns black when you puts your 'ands In it. Punch lea-so- n -- e They say, remarked the first dear gill, that Miss Elilerlelgh Is engaged to a msii old enough to be her grandfather. Indeed!' exclaimed dear girl No. 2. I had no idea there was a man that old alive1.'' Chicago Dally Newa. ON UTAH. Ain't it funny." remarked Johnny, dat w'en ver don't want a ting yer lister want, yer kin bsva it all yer-self.- V'at Hre yer talkin' 'bout now? naked Tommy. st de "Why. I weut terday and dere win dat hole in de fence w'ut we hII uster tight over las' ball-groun- d summer."--Philadelph- Pres. ia j i I "' 1 1 d - 11 e meals." Philadelphia Consumption it leas deadly than it used to be. Certain relief and usually complete recovery will result from the following treatment : Hope, rest, fresh air, and Emulsion. ALL DRUOOI8T8 1 Scott j BOc. AND SI. CO. CHAPTER I la an Impenetrable London tog John Chilcote, a prominent aud rapidly rising member of the exposition in parliament, unexpectedly encounter John Luder, a poor writer, who is hlx exact double. At o O O O With a Perfection Oil Hester yon can hast more commtable, warm make a aiek-soo- a chilly hallway, beat water quickly, aai do many better than can be done with any other stove no what fnal it bum Tha superiority of the bed-roo- Chll-eote- the moment tbs aggression it Russia iu Persia ta the all engrossing topic. CHAPTER II Russia Is reported to bo supporting the rebels tn their I I fight aga:nt the authority of tha hah of Persia, thus distinctly menae-luEngland's influence In the east. CHAPTER 111 Chileote. who U a lave to morphia, hear of a novel In which two mea axenanged hi entities. CHAPTERS IV and V Chilcote visit! Luder In the laUerx humble quarter aud propose that Loder shall lne personate him when Chilcote U overcome by the craving for morphia and wishes to get out of the world for tha time being. CHAPTER VI Loder accept. CHAPTER VU-L- oder la compelled to wear ring on one of hla finger in order to conceal a scar mads In Italy by a pet dog belonging to aa Englishwoman whom hr had met there and bad become very friendly with. CHAPTER VIII Loder, represent Chileote. goes to the letter's lag houi-i- . Chticote'a wife does not detect the deception. Loder la greatly Impressed by Mrs. Chilcote beauty and manner. CHAPTER IX Loder lunches with Fralde, tha great leader of tha opposition ia parliament Ha aoams to win tha astute statesman completely. Fralde, by the way, la tha fodfatber of Mrs. Chilcote. CHAPTER X Loder has tea with Mrs. Chlloute. He receives a tale gram from Chilcote summoning him to return so that they may resume their proper stations In life. g . PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokclcs Dowlco) lias la the (bet that it feaeiatas intnua heat wtthoat moke or until. Tbe oil loan! aad the wic carrier art awda of bnua which lawns databUity. Cgeea gnat hart at swall thmghoat, bom. VOaai haa oil (ultra lor and hmadlo. nriur I light aad ceaaot he Inroad partible. Abeulawly rafe aad atwpk wick too high or too low. Ojcraicd a easily ae a lawn. All parts eaeily cleaacd. Two teirhee otchei aad japaa. Every heater warranted. If aot at your dealer's write acaicW egracy tor descriptive ciicalar. card ia ia the brat lamp aide. Circa a clear, Mrwly light. Is the oafaM lamp yao caa hay. Braae thromhaot aad airhei plated. Equipped with the latrat iaimmt baraer. Haadaoate oiwple mtiefeelary. ltvery loom warraatad. Write la nvaroal egeacy if yoa raaaat gi it il from yaw dealer. pi, RxXyb Lamp S : CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY light Dine S3 Cadogau gardens, 8 oc. Talk with L.," ha read, still speaking softly to himself. . lie stood for a moment pondering on the entry, then once more hla glance reverted to the cross. Evidently meant it to be seen," he But why the deuce isnt he muoed. more explicit Aa ha a poke a look of comprehension suddenly crossed hla face and the pnxxled frown between hia eyebrows cleared away. With a feeling of satisfaction ha remembered Lakeleya freqdent and pressing suggestion that be should din with him at Cadogan gardens and YOU CAN GET Z. C. M I. Home Made iShoes r For men, boys, miesea and children again in Ogden. They are the old reliables, every pair guaranteed, aa well u the dle-eue- a the Ladies Pillow Shoes political outlook. Lakeley must have written during hla absence, and Chilcote, having marked the engagement, felt no further THE SHOE FOIt TENDER FEET, at the The Invitation could scarcely have been verbal, aa Chilcote, he knew, had lain very low In tha five days of hia return home. Ko be signed as he stood with tha BELL PHONE 513-X- . 2516 MADISON AVE. book still open In kla band tbe blue cross staring Imperatively from the Catalog and Sample. white paper. Aud from the argument rose thoughts and suggestions that seethed In hla mind long after tha lights had been twitched off, long after the ran fire had died down, and ha had been left wrapped In darkness In tbe great fitting be stepped Into'the ball with- - Ufa ia full of might hare been uf re bed. canopied XXJ CHAPTER (Concluded). treat never pretest Itif If agmaNr t And so It came about that be took out tha usual preliminary question, that hia aeraud false Eve lifted her head quickly strong wau. Hla Impulse vraatafua Once during the Suddenly realising the necessity, b step. ha has x wife, sba finished gently. T the difficulty, and he acted on Qm Imforw- man to but the tha turned servant next of the It work press morning's think I understand." pulse. : tailed him: crossed hia mlud to verify hla convicThere wax no annoyance In her face tions Will you come Into tbo whits room, Lillian bad risen alowly, and u he a glance at tbe directory, but by or voice, no suggeetiou of selfish tie neared her she held out her hand. for once the strong wish that evolves air? And may I take your coat?" or of hurt vanity. Nm had road hla a The smooth certainty of tbe man's ''Jack," she exclaimed softly, "how thought conquered hla caution. Hia meaning with disconcerting clearness work waa absorbing; the need of verimanner surprised him. It held another sweet of yon to remember! and responded with dluroocerting gen- fication seemed Tha voice and words cams ta him very small. He let the savor of disappointment, teeming aa and as they erosity. A sudden and very human dis- suggestion pas with great distlnctnra little in keeping with the keen, busisatisfaction with hla readjust me at nesslike Lakeley aa did the house. Still cams one uncertainty passed forever 7 be o'clock dressed At Hia carefully. acheme fell upon Loder. Opposition 1 from his mind the question ai to mind waa full of Lakeley and of the straggling with bis Impression, he ale tbe whip to action; a too ready relation she and C hilcote held to what relieved lowed of hie to himself be liat the possibilities night might bold; for the slackened rein. other. With the realisation cam nee each alio Iu coat ushered and and the up more than once before tbe weight of Did I aay thut? ho asked quickly. tbe thought of Ev and In tbe naldst Rt. George's Gaaette, with Lakeley shallow staircase. tbe The tune was almost Ohilrote's. of Ms own difficulty his fsce hardened. Aa the laat step waa reached It came bad turned the political at its 8he glanced up; then a sudden, in- scales. bark, Lillian Ignored tbe coldness. Taking to mention him hla to boat's To be marked by him as a again comprehensible aoiile lighted up bet You're unusualbin hand, she smiled. man waa at any time a favors name, but nlmultaneonaly with the sugcoming fare. But your able portent; to be singled out by him gestion tbe servant stepped forward ly punctual," she sold. You didn't say, but you thought, to the closer Come cold. are bauds a movement with alleiit aud momenwas at the present Juncture quick, she answered gravely. Thoughts are tous. A thrlU of expectancy, almost threw open a door. fire." the same aa w ord to a woman. That' I excitement panted through him aa he Mr. Chilcote!" be announced Iu a Loder waa not sensible that hla Again why we are so unreasonable. were cold, hut he suffered himbauds voice. his discreet appearance preparatory subdued, he smiled. Rome hies, baffling and in- surveyed LodeTa first Impression wee of a self to be drawn forward. to leaving the bouse. comprehensible to Loder, waa stirring One mid of the couch was la fire Passing downstairs, be moved at room that teemed unusually luxnrlon In her mind. once to the hall door; bnt almost aa soft and shadowed. Then all Impreslight the other In shadow. By a foConocloui of the impression, be movrtunate arrangement of chance Lillian hla hand touched it he halted, attracted sion of inanimate things left him suded still nearer. You jump to concluselected tbe brighter end for herself a movement an (lie landing above denly. Ly Whit I him. sions." he said abruptly. Eve. he saw For the fraction of a second he stood and offered the other to her Turning, meant to imply a qnick aenae of respite be ee Bbe was standing qnite still, looking in the doorway, while tbe room seemed waa precisely what I've under- down alia had looked one iaeraptlrd of everything except a figure cepted It At least he could a)t aerui aa uponjtlin stood." Again ahe finished hi senbefore. As tbeir eyes met ahe changed ' that rose alowly from a couch before from detection while he temporlwf tence. Then she laughed softly. How her with fate. position hastily. the fire at sound of Chilcote' nam very wise, but how very, very foolish You are going oot?" she asked. And Then, with a calmness that to himself For e moment they net client the men are! You earn to tbe conclusion Loder quickly that there was seemed Incredible, he moved forward Lillian stirred. "Wont yon amokr struck it that because a woman -ls Interested e a shadow of disappointbe asked. .. suggestion, Into room. the In in you she la going to hamper you ment in the tone nf her voice. Moved some direction, anil after Infinite pain De might, of course, have beaten a the impression, he respond ed with (Continued Tomorrow.) summon all jam tart audyou set by retreat and obviated mpny unMull was There altont taring the situation. out-di- ning he said. I'm Ye" dining Interest even a touch of amusement with Lakeley." in her tunc; her eye wore still fixed Khe watched him Intently while he You upon hi in an indefinablo glance. than, as the meaning iff hla poke; thluk yon ere being very diplomatic," words reached her her whole face she weut on quietly, hut in reality brightened. The ere being very transparent you With Mr. Lakeley?" she snld.''"Oh. woman reads the whole of your meanI'm glad very gMd. It is quite quite ing in your very first sentence-- if eh Khe smiled with a arm, hasn't known it tiefore you began tn mother step." touch of sympathy. impulsive speak." Loder, looking up at her, felt his Again laid or made au interruption sensea stir. At sound of her words hla but again ahe checked him. secret craving for success quickened to Yni No." ahe said, still smiling. life. The man whose sole Inshould never attempt such s task stronger Ho within centive may go forward Khali I tell yon wbyT anil successfully; but the man He stood silent, puxxlrd and inter coldly who graops a double Inspiration, who, rated. wen unconsciously, is Impelled by an- Recans" she said quickly, when a . 0,hpr fMW stronger impetus for 'It. surer, more vital hewing TA0 career ranks Infinitely higher in het power. Ktiil watching her, he answereyes than any person n I desire tut ed instinctively: power." Yea." be said slowly, a long step." For s moment tbeir eyes met; then And. with a smile nf farewelt he turnabruptly loxlcr looked away. Khe had ed. opened the door and passed into the gauged his intentions iucorrectly. yet road. ' with disconcerting Insight. Again the Tbe thrill of that one moment was suggestion of su unusual personality stlil warm a he reached Cadogan garbelow tiie serenity of her manner re- dens and mounted the steps of Na 33 curred to his Imagination. so vitally warm that be paused for kn With an impulse altogether foreign instant before pressing the electric to him he lifted his head and again bell. Then st last, dominated by anticimet her glance. Then at last he spoke, pation. he turned and rained hia hand. but only two words. Forgive me! he Tiie action was abrupt, and it waa We are soiling toys cheaper than they can be bought said, with simple, direct sincerity. only as hia fingers pressed the bell diet a certain nnexpectednes a certain anywhere. This is not new to most people, be'11AITER XXIL want of suitability In the aspect of the cause they know how cheaply we have had our Xm1 his interview with Eve, house, struck him. The door waa i Lxlcr retired to the study and tin-- handle and knocker were of white; anna- goods marked other years. fiit tbe remaining hours of Ive silver. Tbe first seemed a disap- - j the d:iv and the whole span of index of Lmkeley'e private i Ve have all kinds of toys, dolls and games. If J00 the evening Iu work. At 1 o'clock, still poinllugthe second a ridiculous tempts-- ! tii'ic. feeling fresh in mind and body, be die- - , lion to He looked needy humanity. are thinking of buying any of these things which pie luiMcd aud pasted into Chll- - j i at the atiuiher the of but house, bedriM-icote's Tbe Interview with it in red tack the little folks, call and see our selection and notice the at him convincingly. . Eve. (hoiigli widely different from the Th-- u the dotir opened. on.- - be liii'l bad left lent ' ass hi rouse of uafltueea . price of ojo h article: ' Humiliate.; :,nd ;,rt. In the hours that I tli'i!. still to bis fuse trying impression f.illim.-it (hn- bid been an aldei of lakeley with the Idea ef sliver door Fifth Ward Shoe Store T. A. S II REEVE -- Pres. Sure Cure. "So vou're in Iop with thst penni ynu.'iKster. eh?" said her father, slerniv "Now. prMisi in cure you of that " ''Hut you can't." retorted the willfit1 yoiirg eirl. I'm determined to marry him." "ExactlV Tli.it a what I propose to let you do." Philadelphia es 1 Pre. These men who are always to kiss you make me tired nyic I Belle Me. ton There's admire so much as a successful man Ne'.l Philinlclphls Ledger. aequl-earenc- guetf-Wlt- k l- Make Quite a Difference. I wouldn't make a confidant of Ma ." said the emiceited follow, with ir satisfied smirk. "She told me you wild you were crax.v to marry me. Of After thinking people have had course, she's no friend. If time to look In'u Ihe real animus nf No." iuterruRted Mis Wise, and the Smoot persecution, it will be she's not even a good reporter. I didn't found that, like other religious mic-Cll- t miv I 'was.' but 'should be."' Albany lolls, it haa set the people wiio are Journal. progressive, generous and kind hearted before the world in their true light. Tough Luck. I am it mid I have lived rail at Knxlev's house? Did you of four here nmsi(he time doctor' wife. naked the young I it In is und all cmiilor thut and say"Yes." replied the doctor, "und has lieeii for sixteen Jus' its hard he hud sent for me Mainer." to laks a plural wife with the nine- - wish "Gi acinus! Is he so snrhiiislt ill? lion '.'I :he Mormon clmreh In l:tsh I'm afraid as il would he l take a plural wife1, "X: nt1r,' I get iu n ' with the sanction of the liter on ho-d- churches in Pennsylvania. Big half u doxcu visit."-- Philadelphia Press. amy surely ex. sis in all the other 1 alIt not does auaiwcf alalea, aud ways skip I'tah. It. I true that the women tail now getting toward or middle age) who were plural wive previous to 169U have clung tenaciously to the fathers of their little oneH. an.l that being the ease, the rather would not A Novel Game, east ihe mothers off, but. in aepuraio "won't homes, have housed, clothed and fed Friend," said Ihe them all. and educated their children, .yer lit Ip a poor, sick ntiy? Ik- hos-an-d an' g'ven them the riuht to q Pi I he- - j'pltal doctor xinime a perscriptl-ior1 name, a father's protection, and r, like ter use it " father's means.' "Want me to the medicine, eh?" said Walker I The correspondent then reminds her I eot de meil'ciiie all "No; right, but reader of Ihe it's ler lie tisik after meal. 1 fought yer mleht rinime de price n' one o' de Pollaril-Brcrklnridg- anxiety to put his mind Into harnssa, an added gratification ia finding It auawer to the rain. A pleasant seas of retrospection settled upon him ns he slowly undressed, aud n pleasant sense of Interest touched him a, erosaiug to the 's dressing table, he caught sight of engagement book, taken with otbec things from the suit be had Changed at dinner time aud carefully laid aside by Rea wick. He picked it up and alowly turned tbe page. It always held the suggestion of a lottery, thia dipping Into another man's engagements and drawing h prlae or a Mask. It waa a sensation that area ruatam had not dulled. At first be turned the pages alowly, then by degrees hla fingers quickened. Beyond the fact that thia present evening was free he knew nothing of The abrupthie promised movement ( ness of Chilcote' arrival at Clifford's inn Iu the afternoon had left no time He skimfor superfluous question med the writing with a touch of Interested baste, then all at once be paused nd smiled. Big enough for a tombstone!" he aid below hla breath aa hia eyas restThen he ed on a huge blue eras smiled again aad held tha hook to the SYNOPSIS. . Prospective Passenger How often do tbe ear run to Jamaica Plain? Starter Every quarter of an hour, lady. Prospective Passenger When is the next? Starter In twenty-fivminutes, mum. Boston Transcript. s More than 2.'0 million dollars' worth of meat and dairy products will hare passed out of thp I'nlte.l Slates into tbe markets of other pan of the world in the year ending with the present month. This enormous total of 2S0 million dollars worth of meat and dairy ppdnctg - made up of a little over Jim million dollars' worth of meats. :.r million dollars' worh of cattle, and about l't million dollars' worth of but if t, cheese, mul milk. The ten month i,' record already announced by the Bureau of Statistic? of the Department of Commerce and l.nlmr shows exportation of meat and meat hr Harasr tv hi a fr OF MEAT. It0, e. j EXPORT Author of The Circle, y News: Deseret from Evans, Ilah, is published In the Dalian, Pa., Post, of Nov. 10, to a writer who t a a lady who haa taught school tn t'lah, and who la a well qualified to explain the condition here, a any of the tools that are paid tor ilisoeminatlnK falsehood. The writer say one drawback to the valley in which she lives is the lack of farm luboveis. but ibis condition, she adds, ranuot last many year more. Then she cunliuuea: licity. By KATHERINE CECIL THURSTON. Etc. Chil-rote'- HAPPENED. boy-buo- - asqueradei Roosevelt states that any ambassador who refuses to answer his letters a la no longer aa ambassador. Lucky XI AND XII CHAPTERS this stringent rule does not apply to. eravlng noon overcomes him, and ha returns to (aider's quarters, every-dacorreapoudenre. and once mors Loder become Chi!-ootCHAPTERS XIII AND XIV The death of the Shah of Persia will Loder attends a "swell" reception. CHAPTERS XV and XVI At the causa a burnishing of arm in tbosa nations or Europe ever ready to pounce reception Lady Aathupp la presidingvia-it-at the fortune telling booth. Loder upon unprotected Territory. The law of It, and she requires him to remove might is the golden rule of modern bis ring. She 1 startled upon seeing the soar oa hi head. (lntra. CHAPTERS XVII, XVIII and XIX I .Oder and Mrs. Chilcote have an InPLEASANTRIES. terview of a vary delicate nature. A The fellow who tells a girl he would great political crisis la reached In ills for her may soidfe day have a parliament, and Loder makes a strong chance to prove It by eating her bis- speech. CHAPTER XX Again Loder goes cuits. Philadelphia Record. bark to hi old life. Chilcote goea Aatnipp and makes When the people of your town out driving with Lady to dine with her a an appointment West discovered that the mayor had fevr the public cious.eveulngs later. She eem suspibeen misappropriating money, did they suspend bim from 8nlt Lake Telegram: The pitiable tragedy In Washington has bran expected Iu this city, from time to time, for three yeara past It la most deplorable, but it I idle to much discos it. The victim wa bright man, well educated and In some lino of big profession wa one of the most subtle of lawyers, but d he was never disciplined. From up be never sought to restrain either his appetites or passions and hla sense of duty, in nay pursuit of his, sms donusnt. No steady principle ever sustained or checked him and he did not care what suffering or shame to others followed his lawless acts, or who was draged down by ' them. If virile, He had 6 wlnu-une- , animal magnetism which was most daaerous to ambitious, fervid and credulous women, and he did not know the meaning of the word pity. What has wine to him has been long expected. We susiert that ha himself suspected it, but trusted to hi lurk to escape. He was greatly honored by thin state. HI furore, a few years ago, seemed most bright In It posihilt-tles- . He had many friend, an ample fortune, oiiie marvelous gift, hut he threw them all away, for be had one enemy that Whs bound at last to overthrow hint and hat enemy waa hla own undisciplined anul. for the atatement that Tab loses every month more valuable horses from glanders alone than would many times over meet the yearly expenses created Aud Utah by- tbe proposed new office. is ant the only stale In the west where glanders la destroying livestock, but Itah should be one of tbe Brat to recognise the destructiveness of the disrate aud taka steps to overcome It. Two years ago 1,600 horses owned by the irtah Construction company, were ends tigered by glanders and fifty of the animals deteloiied the disease In Ms worst form. At that time all tbe nwlleln" that could be produced In the laboratories of the world wm pur chased by tbe veterinarian employed by the Cnnatrurtkm company and afflicted animals were siirreMfuliy t rested, without the loss of a horse. Had the disease spread unchecked, the contractors might have lost 1200.000, but they were fortunate In securing the services of a man who understood the discs sc. Within a short time Blunders had been eradicated. There was an outbreak of glanders Jn a livery- - stable tn Ogden about two years ago. but tbe same veterinarian was employed and he ancceeded in stamping out the disease without pub- in iu report declared that all the big uwtn. 11. THE s ct-n- STATE VETERINARIAN. Tuesday morning, decemker light-colore- d lb, Vr Com-P"X- case, aad ask whether the country is cognisant of a Fourth avenue iu Chicago. and equally dark biotas In other c:t.. She speax of the negro children that are born N yearly, and the traffic In girls, und then says: And yet the a bole artillery of iba L'nited States government, and the veritable wagon loads of women's hate been turned away from the terrible crimes, horrible and ever increasing crimes mentioned above, aud trained upon a fast passing away remnant of old men and women, all the men over fifty and many past seventy! The many rewards of large aum offered and guaranteed by men of proof of aay plural great wealth marriage geuctioned or performed by the Mormon church since 1690 are all unclaimed. A the government said, polygamous marriages must stop, and as they surely have stopped, why air tbe has bran' mistakes of this church any more than the mistakes of the Puritan who hung witches, outlawed Catholic and Quaker and banished the good Roger WIBtama? 'Ttah ia a good land, and b free and loyal one. and we reasonable who came here to enjoy the privileges their pioneer hardships made possible, who have bran so kindly treated by the deacendanu of those very pioneer, resent these persecutions anJ falsifications more than the Mormons themselves. because they are used to miarepreaentar l)un and it causes no surprise, no matter how monstrous the untruths. Yours truly. MRS. ALICE P. BISHOP." product to the value of 72 million in tbe dollar against U7 million a j corrvspniding period of last year, i leu the dollars tn million of ti gain itb October, months ending over the corresponding months of gain of about 10 julllhua lbtij. and over those of the corrcainuiug exmonth of 1IM. The live caitie with ported In the ten montba ending milOctober, ISH'tl. amounted to 32 the and dairy lion dollar In value, s million product exported to about dollars. No feature of the export trade in shown a agricultural products bx more steady and rapid growth than that of meat and dairy products The total value of meat and dairy product exported tn the fiscal year 1SD6 was 132 million dollar, and In the fiscal year Hurt sag 211 millions, an Increase of about lid per rent during tha decade; while the figures for the calendar year !& genu likely to be about tbe same as those for. the fiscal year, lasing tbe estimate upon the reoordej figures of (he u-- mouths ending with October. This increase of liu per cent In the exportation of meat and dairy products during the decade is the mure interesting aud rcnuirkaltle la view of the fart that tbe exporiaiiun of other furms of food has shows but little Increase during that period. The principal forms of foodstuffs exported from the V sited 8tales are lires.letaffg and meatr. Exports of meat, including dairy products, a above indicated, have shown a steady upward movement during the past ten years and In value since Increased tin per t 18!Ki. Breadstuff, on the contrary, show a decline, the total value of breadstuff rxportej i 18f7 having been 192 million dollars; In 1M8, 331 millions; In 1699, 274 millions; in lBOrt, 263 millions, and In lb'll, 276 mil lions, since which time it has steadily declined until the total for the fiscal year 19UC was but 166 millions, and for the caleudar year 19n6 will differ little from that of the fiscal year. i"T-- n, y. thlngnt j OSSSSSSSE3 33EB TOY . i ag-i'i- J kt-e- d '