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ME EXCITABLE France la n country of discord aad dissension. When uut engaged in au international quarrel, the French people are rowing among themselves. In no other land are there so many excitable people, always ready to be stirred Into a war feier over some (Haag recent. For thirty years the French were preparing to average iha blow struck by Bismarck when he exacted four billion franca as s war indemnity and took from the haughty people the . provinces of When Germany's rapid increase is population and magnificent army made nn impossibility, the vengeance French began to discever intrigues In the army and Dreyfus, a Jew, was made the object of national hatred and persecution. Always laboring to produce n new eenaatlon. the French government is cruow engaged in nn sade aad the strange anomaly ia of the government of a Catholic country resorting to the most drastic demonstVation "since the Catholic priests of Germany were made to aweur supreme allegiance to the Kaiser. it Is difficult to understand hew demenceaua ad ministration dare pur sue the course mapped out unless a majority of the Cathulle population is In favor of the complete divorcement of church and atata. Oa each appeal to the people, the government, la Us pollry of separation of church and State, has been aurceesfu! and each time has been returned to office wlih Increased strength. What an unheard of condition, for a nation Cathulle, to support such a violent campaign. The priests, falling to stilmcrUie to the law of asuurlaituna, are to be driven from their rectories sad the Churches ara to be closed. The Pope bas sustained the intransigent altitude of the bishops of France and has advised that the clergy refuse to recoga renise the new conditions, and mit there ia Irreconcilable estrangement and civil war 1 not beyond a possibility. The conflict la France may end in good for tha Catholic church. Where aute and church are united there Is Imund to be scheming and trickery even among those who are of the ministry and, aa a result, the church must suiter scandal aad eventually become corrupted. The pampered church In France hne shown no auch growth asr the unassisted Catholic church In d America. Hare Catholicism Is a a growth, claiming membership of 13,000,00t, made up of a highly active. aggressive body of Americans prond of thalr country, yet deeply devoted to the church; and the church Is prospering In Its proselyting and la lu flaaaclal welfare, but In France there la clearly discernible a lark of faith and an indifference that threat ens a relapse Into disbelief and a confusion that may lead to schism and violent religious diffeienoea. Ytsr . Cana-paay- SUBSCRIPTION KATE. Drhvarefi by Carrier la Ogdon Chjr, including Sunday Morn-la- g Examiner, par mouth. 7bc 5 Sing id oopls OGDEN, MERSDAY" MORNING, UTAH, THE asquerader CECIL THURSTON. Author of The Circle, Etc. By KATHERINE Cowrright. lies. br Harper t Brothers , Y MAIL IN ADVANCE Alsace-Lorraine- Tbd Kaamiari id asat by mail ouiHdd at Ogden, par yaar. .06.00 At least guartariy, iu 4 runes. . U and INDEPENDENT. ia a awicUy uuia U givaa au psadeat Mwapapac. F EARLES ltd iuuuwr ttUMi MM Ifllil AMV( Tba Ereminas aad as aaMdiaa gtva tba samp baa a favorites, ta punish. it wiu ulaaart aad ami-Cathol- d rti ba received aa ail aubjaeta praaaatad ia laagaaga from kaova bat tba trua Marne mnal ba pwuiabad ia full. All lattara aad coauauaieadaaa aigiod by non da will ba plumes, ar tbraara la tba waste basket, Tba braaa naa aevar hidaa babiad aa trmd aaata. Doat aab tba Edl lor la ba ruponaibla far wbal you ara aabanad at H- -.. Udl-viduat- e. anti-cleric- wad uaa, will eoafar a favor by lafanaiag tbla ofltea ol fallura Tba Baamiaar before ta racalr tbalr breakfast. Subscriber Tba Morning Exammer can ba found aa aala by tba ind pandent Nswa Co Salt Lake City. Oh all through trams Waring seven-eighth- Ogd&M OM Tba Soatbara Fadfle Railway, Tba Ualoa cad&e RaUway, aad e Tba Orsgm Short Lina Railway. Examiner pstroaa will coaler a (aver on the manage aunt by reporting to tbla offlce wbeaerar they fall to find tba pa para at tba daalg-nateplaeaa d n DEAD LETTER OFFICE. Tba curious In Washington are looking forward to annual auction of article accumulated In the dead letter dlvlalon of the Puatofflce department which will beicfn on the 17th of tbla month. Theae nalea generally taka plica about the middle of December, tbu giving a bidder the chance of Chriatmaa praaenta fur friend at a price somewhat lower than that for which the name articles could be purchased at a store. Last year the proceeds of the sale amounted to while the money taken out of letters amounted Jo $17, OSS. Theae (wo amounts went covered lulo the Treasury. About flve years ago some of the darks, whose duties consist ad of sorting and cataloging the article ta ba old, conceived a plan to buy valuable articles at ridiculously low prices, A package containing soma cheap aad perhaps s valuable watch or ring was prepared aad cataloged aa Two neckties, a damaged shirt, etc." The clerk would then make a note of the number of the package, and when that package came up for sale, the clerk or one of hie friend would bid It la for little or nothing compared with the value. Inspectors made an lavaatlgatlon and several clerka lost their position. An order was then Issued that etc." should not be need la the future aid that the content! of each package ebould be accurately described. deep-roote- ar-ticl- AMERICAN Representative ENERGY. The American la an object of deep Interest In Europe and hie bualneaa tact and adaptability ara becoming recognised aa worthy of emulation. The New York Post aaya: A French Journalist, Julea Hurst, declares that during flve months In Germany nothing struck him so much as the frequent suggestions of America, not only In the Industrial life, hut la the appearanre of the streets of the great cities. He la amased at the way tba bualneaa men plunge boldly into gnat enterprises. The readiness with which Americana resort to telephone, telegraph, and the railroad train, and the nonchalance with which the Ran Francisco business man steps on the cam for New York aa if he were going to a near-bsuburb fairly astound Herr Vogelstetn also. , The greatest differences he notices are the most significant the indee and pendence, sturdy of the American, whether he be an ofllcehny or the senior partner. Every cfllcebny aims to bend the firm, and every clerk expecta to be n millionaire. It la regarded, aa an extranr-dlnarphenomenon In Germany if a subordinate without means is elevated to s partnership; something which happens here every day. The obsequious bowing and toadying of inferiors to their employers so frequently seen in Germany are foreign to this country. Indeed, the re sport with which the head of a great house treats a employe and takes his suggestions Is equaled. In Herr Vokel-steln'- s eyes, only by the familiarity of the Western workmen with his bosi which Injures neither, and In no wise letracta from the efficiency of the bushels. The readiness of the American riddle-clas-s employee to assume responsibilities and act independent ly la also a revelation to a foreigner. Thu ibaence of the elaborate business so usual In Germany, Herr Vugelsteln also notes. In America an applicant for work is 'slsed up' on his looks and then put to work. Young Germans are generally crestfallen at the fsiluie of their of proficiency to attract any y t, y official-lookin- atu-ntln- g In New York officon. s K McCall, of Maswi-cbuseii- s, with who often disagree his Republican colleagues on administration measures, thinks that congress should ait tn extra session next summer to revise the tariff, aa tt will be impossible to Uke up that subject st the present short session. He sees no prospect of a revision at the next session aa It will precede the Presidential election, when no action oa the schedules will be taken by the Republicans. He does not believe the Japanese situation will result In war between the two countries aud la confident of aa amicable adjustment of the trouble. Reaator Sutherland predicts that his colleague, Mr. Smoot, will neither be expelled nor excluded from the senate. "Of course. 1 cannot nay what the senate will do regarding the rase against Realtor Snioot, but from what I know of the Situation it Is my Judgment that he will not be unseated. he said, In discussing the matter. DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS IN 1905. The destructive floods that occurred the United States during 1H05 arc described by Mr. Edward Charle Muiphy and other hydrographers of the United States Urological Survey In a recent publication of that bureau, and which is listed as Water-Suppl- y Irrigation Paper, .No. 1B2. The very destructive floods of that year were few. The most remarkable flood or series of floods of the year were those la Gita River Basin In Arizona. From January IB to April 30 occurred a series of 7 floods almost a continuous flood remarkable for the total volume of flow. In November there was In this basin another flood, which bewas notable for Its magnitude, ing the largest on record on Salt River. The other large floods of the year occurred on comparatively small streams. Few lives were lost and the damage was small compared with that of some previous yer. Among the floods described in this paper are those on Puqiionntirk River. Connecticut, ou dlxmtle Creek and Cayuga Inlet, New York on the t'na-dlli- a and Chenango rivers New York, on Allegheny River, Pennsylvania-NeTork on Devils Creek, Iowa, on Pur gatory River. Colorado, on Pecos In on Hondo River. New Mexicn-TexaRiver. New Mexico, on Rio Grande, In Colorado River New Mexlco-Texaa- . basin and In Gila basin. A discussion of the flood discharge and the frequency of floods In the United States together with an index to the literature of American floods adds to the value of this paper. Map and views to the number of arc Included. Resides Mr Murpht. the chief contributors to the paper are Messrs. T. W. Norcross, K K Huron. C. C. Covert, end F. W. Hanna. It Is published for free distribution and application for It should lie made The Director of tl,e I niied States (if-se- Geological Survey. tahlng'on D. C SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I la aa impenetrable London fog John Clulcoie, a prominent and rapidly rising member of the opposition la parliament, unexpectedly encounter John Loder, a poor writer, who Is bis exact double. At the moment the aggiesaioa cf Russia In Persia is ike all engrossing topic. CHAPTER II Russia Is reported to be supporting the rebels In tbeir fight against tlw authority of the shah of Persia, thus distinctly menacing England's Influence la the east CHAPTER 111 Cbilcote, a bo is A slave to morphia, bean of a novel is which two man exchanged Identities. CHAPTERS IV aud V t'hllcote visits Loder la tba letter's burnt: quarters and propose that Loder shall him when Chllcote Is overcome by the evaviac for morphia and wishes to get out of the world fur the lime being. CHAPTER Vl Loder accept. der ta compelled CHAPTER to wear rings oa one of hie fingers la order to euncral a tear made in Italy by a pet dog belonging to an Englishwoman wlami ha had mat there and bad become very friendly with. CHAPTER VIII Loder, representing Chilnue, goes to rite latter home. Chlloutes wife doe not detect tha deception. Ludor la greatly Impressed by Mrs. Chlicoie'e beanty and meaner. CHAPTER IX Loder lunches with Fraide, tha great leader of the opposition in parliament. Ha aaema to win the astute statesman completely. Fraide, by the way, ia the fodfather of Mrs. Chllcote, CHAPTER X Loder ha tea with Mrs. Chlloola. He receives a tele gram from Chllcote summoning him to return so fiat they may resume their proper station tn life. CHAPTERR XI AND craving soon overcome him, and he return to Luder1 quarters, and once more Loder becomes Chi! cote. CHAPTERR XIII AND XIV Loder attend a ".well" reception. CHAPTERR XV and XVI At th reception Istdy Astbupp ta presiding at the fortune telling booth. Loder visits it, and she requires him to remove his rings. 8 lie startled upon seeing the scar nn hla band. CHAPTERR XVII, XVIII and XIX Loder and Mr. Chllcote have aa Interview of a very delicate nature, A great political crlsi I reached in parliament, and loder makes a strong peach. CHAPTER XX Again 101 er goes back to hi old life. Chllcote goea driving with Lady Astrupp aad makes aa appointment to dine with her a few evenings laier. She aeeraa suspicious. CHAPTER XXI again as Cbilcote, asks Mr. Chllcote to aid him in hla political cares. DECEMBER 13, 1L0-- note aud bunded It to the waiting servant. As the man turned ttYird the door bo railed him. "Ren wick." be raid sharply, ' "when you've given that letter to Mr. Fraiile s servant ask Mrs. Chlluoie If abe can spare me live minutes." When Renwick bad goue aud dosed the door behind him Loder paced the room with feverish activity. Ia one aiotiirnt ibe aspect of life bad been changed. Five minutes since be bad bran glorying iu the risk of a barely ured situation; now that Bitustlon with it merely social complications bad become a matter of small Importance. Hla long, striding steps had carried him to the fireplace, and bis back was toward the door wbeu st test the bundle turned- - He, wheeled round to receive Eve's incaauge, then a look of pleased surprise crossed hi fare. It was Eve herself whs stood In the doorway. Without hesitation bis lips parted. "Eva;" be said abruptly, "1 have hsd great news! Russia hue shown ber teeth st test. Two caravans belonging to a British trader were yesterday FRANCE. 4 IDE EXAMINER Pufeiianad Every Day In th by Th Sunoard Publishing EXAMINER: MORNING ber. "Do you realise the position?1 she asked sharply- - "I iun realise that, whatever your plana are. 1 ran spoil them 7" J .Oder still met aer eye. "I realise nothing of the port." he said. Then you admit that you are not Jack Chllcote?" I neither deny nor admit. My Identity ia obvious. J eaa get twenty men t swear to It at a by moment that you like. The fact that I haven't worn rings till now will scarcely Interest aot hoes there ia a room without ' facUaira to of chilly hallways. Even thoughtkf brat of your stoves or furnace stewkl to insdeqaaH to van the whole hoiue there need oot be om cold spot if yun kavT PERFECTION (Eqilpped mrttli flnwkclt Device) It wiU heat room ia no time ami win kr it warn and cosy. Oper. ted a easily aa a temp and perfectly rale. Wick cannot be turned too high or too low. Give no antoke or smell because fined them" "But yea do admit to me, that you ara aot Jack? I deny nojilng and admit nothing. I still offer my congratulation." "Upon wbatf "The same peases ion-yimagination." Iilllas aumped ber frsit. Then by a quick effort ahe routine red her temper. "Prove me to. he wrong!" aba said, with a fresh touch of excitement. "Take off your ring and let me see your hand." a With a deliberate gesture Loder put bis band behind his bark. "I never gratify cbUdiah curiosity, he said, with another smile. Again e flash of temper crossed her yea. "Are you a tire," she aald, "tut If quite wise to talk Ilka that?" Loder laugbed again. "Ia that threat !" "Perhaps." "Then It's an empty one. "Why?" Before replying he waited moment; looking down st her. "I conclude," he began quietly, "that your Idea la to spread tbla wild. Improbable story to ak people to believe that John Chlbrnte, whom they eee before them, is not John Chllcote, but eomelwdy else. Now, you'll find that n harder task than you Imagine. Thlse a akepttcal world, and people are absurdly fond of tbelr own eyesight. We all ara all Jouruallate nowadaye-- we want fact. The first thing you will be asked fur la your proof. And what does your proof couslat of? Ti.e circumstance that Julia Uhllcote, who baa always despised Jewelry, has lately taken to wearing rings! Your own testimony, unattended by any witnesses, that with those rings off bla finger tieam a near belonging to another man! No; ou close examination . I scarcely imagine that your css would hold." Ha stopped, fired by bia own logic. The future might lw Chilcate'B, but the present was bla, and title present, with Ita Immeasurable possibilities, bad been readied from catastrophe. "No," he aald again. "When you get your proof perhaps we'll bare another talk, but till then" . CHAPTER XXII (Concluded. I "Till then? Rhe looked up qnlrkly, All women Jump to conclusion, and but almost at once her question died It I extraordinary bow seldom they away. Jump abort. Seeing only what Lillian and the servant The door bad aw, knowing only whit she knew, no who had admitted Loder stood lu the mau would have staked a definite opinopening. ion, hot the other ex take a different "Dinner is served!" he announced In view. Aa aba stood facing at the rings hla deferential voice. her thnnghta and her conclusions aped aimthrough her mind Uke arrewa-a- ll CHAPTER XXIII. ed aud all tending toward one point. Loder dined with IJUIaa Rba remembered tba dnjr wbeu aha ami We live In an age Chlltvite had talked of dint hies, her expects, even a.trlrty his defense vehement skepticism tad much. He dined, not of the Idea, his sudden Interest In the through bravado and not through cowbook "Other Men's Rhone," aad hla because It seemed the obanathema against life and Ita Irksome ardice, but the only vious, thing to do. To him a rouud of duties. Rhe remembered her scene was distasteof any description own first convinced recognition of tin ful. To Lillian It was unknown. Ia doorlooked at bad the la that eyes br her world people loved or hated, were way of ber sister's house, and, last of spiteful nr foolish, were even quixotic all, ahe remembered Chllcote' unacor diabonorable, but they seldom made countable avoidance of the same subscenes. I der tacitly saw and tacitly menlikenesses when she of had ject tioned It yesterday driving through the accepted this. rossibly they ate extremely little park, and with It hla unnecessarily during the course of the dinner end curt repudiation of his former opintalked extraordinarily mut on subRhe reviewed each item, then ions. that Interested neither, but tbs jects she raised her head slowly and looked main point at least waa gained. They at Loder. He was prepared for the glance and dined. The conventionalities were ap mot It steadily. In the long moment peased. The silent, watchful servants waited ou lb cm were given ns that her eyes searched his face It was who food for comment. The fact that Lo be and not be who changed color. Rhe waa the first to speak. "Ton were der left immediately after dinner, ths that he paused ou the doorateg the man whose hands I saw la the fact after tba hall door bad closed behind tent." she said. Rhe made the statea long, deep breath 4 ment 1q her uual soft tones, but a him aad drew an Individual algnill held relief, only slight tremor of excitement underran did not count. her voice. Poodles, Persian kittens, ranee and therefore On reaching hi 1 cote's bouse he pawleven crystal gailng halls, seemed very once to the study and dismissed far away In face of this tangible, fabu- ed at Greening Air the night But scarcely lous. present Interest. "You are not of his aolltuda Jack Cbilcote. she said very slowly. had he takenIntoadvantage an armchair and light by settling You are wearing hla clothes and Ing a cigar than Rensrlck, displaylni leaking la his voice, but you are uut aa unusual amount of haste and ImJack Chltcnte.'' Her tone quickened entered the room, carrying a portance. touch a of excitement. Tou letter. with needn't keep silent and'louk at me," Reelng IxmIit. tie came forward at ahe said. I know quite well what I once. "Mr. Urn Ida's man brought this, am saying, though I don't understand be sir." explained. "He was most par I no Rhe real roof It, though have tlcular to give It Into my bands, makpaused, momentarily disconcerted by sure '(would reach you. He's wait her companion's allenl and steady ing for an answer, sir." Ing In a and the curious gaae; and pause Loder rose end took the letter, a uuexiiected thing occurred. quick thrill of speculation and Interest Loder laughed suddenly- -a full, conacross h'i mind. During bis fident, reassured langli. All the web springing time of banishment he had followed that the past half hour hsd spnn about the political situation with feverish athim. all the Intolerable sense of aa Imtention. chafed by tti pending crash, lifted suddenly. He desire toInsnpivrtully share In It apprehensively saw hla way clearly, and It was Lillian chilled at rhe thought ef Chilente's poswho bad opeued hla eye. Rtlll looking nr her. he smiled a sible hehatlor. He knew that la tbs comparatively short Interval since parsmile of re'isnt determination, such a never had In Cbilcote worn his life. liauieu had risen no act of aggression And with a ra'.m gesture he released bad marked the occupation of hi bund. Meshed, but he also knew that Fraide The greatest charm of woman la her and his followers looked askance st Imagination." ha said quietly. "With- that greet powera amiable attitude, out It there would be no color In life: and at sight of his leader's massage bla we won'd come lulo and drop out of it Intuition stirred. with Ibe same uninteresting time at Turn'cg to the dps rest lamp, be tor drab reality." He paused and smiled the envelope open and scanned th letter anxiously, it was written In again. At hi smile Lillian involuntarily own clear, somewhat old fashdrew back, the color deepening lu her ioned wrtt'ng and op seed with a kind-rbcv'hs Why do you eay that?" ahe ly rebuke for hla of him since asked. (lie day of uis speech; then ImmediateHe lifted bis bead. With each moly and with characteristic clearness It ment he felt more certain of himself. opened up Ibe subject nrarret the writBecause that ia my attitude, he raid. er's mind. 1 a "a tiuin admire your Imagination, Very slowly and attentively Loder but as a man I fall to follow your rra-,- ! read the letter, and. with the extreme " hc quiet that with him Invariably covered The words and the tone both stung emotion, be moved to the desk, wrote with unique uaokelei device. Cube carried about, which cannot be done with an ordinary stove. The Perfection Oil Heater ia superior to all other oil beaten and ia an ornament to any home. Made in two finishes nickel and Japan. Bras oil fount beau tifully embowed. Holds lour quart! of oil sad buns nine hours. Every heater warranted. If aot at your dealer's write nearest agency for descriptive circular. Y This the asfert and beet 11. round household lamp. Made of brass throughout and nickJl-plateEquipped with latest improved burner. Every lamp vsuanted. An orasmsnt ta any room whether library, dining-rooparlor or bed Writs to nearest afsacy if not st your dasher's. our iUMfl LiUllM VII-Lo- ojM-ne- END r - n eu Heater OH d. CONTINENTAL OIL COMNANT 25 Positive . A soda cracker should be the most nutritious and wholesome of all foods from wheat Very olowfy end nitmUtKlg Ladtr reed the letter. Interfered with by band of Coras ck. The affair occurred a roup la of miles outside lleohed. The trader remonstrated, blit tba Russians made iuiu-mat-y use of their advantage. Two Englishmen were wounded and one of them baa since died. Fraide baa only now received the news, which cannot be overrated. It gives the precise lever necessary for the big move at th reassembling. He spoke with great and unusual baste. Aa ba finished be took a step forward. "But that's out all!" he added. "Fraide wants the great move set lu motion by a great speech, and be bas asked me t make IL For a moment Eve waited. - 8be looked at him In silence, aud In that altenca be read In her eyes the reflection of bis own expression. "And you? she SNked In suppressed voice. "What answer did yon Comparative But ordinary soda crackers absorb moisture, collect dust and become stale and soggy long before they reach your table. There is however, one Superlative It Of Eve he asw bat little in this iime of blgb pressure. When a man touche tba core of hte capacities, pat bis brat Into the work that lu bis eyes stands panmoant there Is little place for and no need of woman. Rhe contra before aad after. Rhe inspires, rompensatca or completes: but the achievement the creation, is man's alone. And all true women understand and yield to this unspoken precept. Eve Watched tbe progress of hte tabor, and In tbe depth of her own heart the watching ram nearer to actual living than say activity she had known. SI vn an onlooker bnt sa onlooker no ttsad. as It wore, oa the steps sf Ibe arena, whs. by a single forward so dean, so crisp and nourishing that it stands alone in its supreme excellence the name is Uneeda Biscuit 0 , a dust tight, moisture proof package In n i giver He watched her for an Instant, taking a strange pteaaure lu her flu bed face and lirllllantly eager eyes; then the Joy of conscious strength, the sense of opportunity regained, swept all other consideration out of sight, "I accepted," be said quickly. "Could any mau wbo waa merely human bare done other wiser That waa Loder' attituda aud action a the night of hla Jeopardy and hla success, and the following day found bin mood unchanged. He was on of those rare Individuate wbo never give a promise overnight and regret It In the morning. He waa slew to move, bnt when be did the movement brushed all obstacle aside. In the first days of hla usurpation be fand gone cantlously, half fascinated, half distrustful. . Then tbs reality, tbs extraordinary tangibility of the position bad gripped blm when. Batching himself for the first time with men of hie own caliber, he hod learned hla real weight oa the day of bla protest against the Ksoter adjournment With that knowledge had been born the dominant factor In hla whole acbemo the overwhelming. Insistent desire to manifest bis power; that desire that la the salvation or the ruin of every strong nun who has once realised hla strength. Rupremacy was the note to which bis ambition reached. To trample out Chllfote'a footmarks with hte own hand bad ben bia tacit Instinct from tlw first. Now It rase paramount It waa the whole theory of creation the aurrirel of the fittest the deep, egotistical certainty that be waa the better man. And It wae with tbla conviction that he entered on the vital period of hte dual career. The Imminent crisis and his own share In It absorbed blm absolutely. Iu the weeks that followed bis answer to Fralde'a proposal be gave himself ungrudgingly to Me work. ne wrote, read and planned with tireless energy. Ho frequently forgot to eat and slept only through sheer exhaustion. In the fullest sense of the word be lived for the rulmlnatlng Jwar that wsa to bring blm failure or success. He seldom loft Croavenor square la the days that followed except to confer witb bis party. All hte Interest, all bio relaxation even, lay In hte work and what pertained to it. His strength was like a solid wall, hte intelligence was aliarp aad kaea as steel. The moment was hte. and by sheefr mastery of will lie put other considerations out of sight He forgot Chllcote and forgot Lillian, not because they escaped bla memory, but because he ehoee to shut them from at once so pure, soda cracker i NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY NO MORE SCALPING.. movement, oould feel the sand under her feet, the breath of tbe battle on ber fare, and lu tbla knowledge eb rested esttefled. lus-Inea- . lots uv kids whnt's blgger'n I; 'Nd p'raps they's lota wbut 1 can't do' But they ain't nnthln I wont try Fer V. They1 I cow'd got mad anm day, 'Nd hook at fokes 'nd holler "Moo! Id grab a stick 'nd drive ber 'way Frum U, If wed get abipreot ur off aumwbare, .Nd cannybulla ahud seece us two, I wnddent let urn hurt a bare Ur U. If even pirnts cum aum nlte T" rob yore fokes nd kill um, too. If I wus there, U bet Id fite FerU. Xd if amung the things I'd try. Id tackle sum I cuddent do. It wnddent be so hard to dlo FerU. 12. The railroad tickanon be a thing of the peat, according to Adolph Ottlnger of San Francisco. Mr. Ottlnger arrived Ig Chicago fnr the purpose of closing out hte ticket brokerage lntewita la thiu city and aald that be derided to get out of the bualneaa. "The railroada." aald Mr. Ottlnger, "have got where I have to quit oaf the buslnean which they have been expending fully (300,000 annually for the lost 11 years to stamp out, will tone be eradicated. Tbs railroada will net allow acalpera to have tickets more so there Ik nothing for us to do but get out ot th bustnaos." Chicago. Dec. et scalper will FER U. i Must Quit tha , (Continued Tomorrow.) If Jones's All Ticket Broker BANKS HAVE MADE MONEY. Chicago, Dec. 12. The hanks en-of Chicago have fa this year of 1906 hisjoyed the largest earnings la their tory. It la estimated In round figureslu that the total profits for ho year he anmehlng over $11,000,000. Every Individual Institution ha made a record and the aurplua earning! will aver age more than 100 per rent In W of dividends. THE. REMODELING SALE Makea ovpry article cheaper. At thi time of the year when everyone wants somethin" now for the Xmafl Holidays, we prewnt our entire slock at a discount. a Kohn Bros. Clothing for Men - ' 4 The best on the market,' becaiisei they are made to keep tfaeir shape aud to tit. Every suit cheaper. . TOYS All the toyK and doll a have been marked down very low in order lo intrtduce the jieople to our new toy. department. You can save money by buying here.