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MORNING THE OGDEN. EXAMINER: TUESDAY UTAH, MORNING, DECEMBER 13, IsMK. cm and utary to the Colorado, Fraao Trinity rivers. Titerv are three uala la die growing of rice, namely: first tb land adaptable to the growfitclii-tie-s ing of rice; second, the water, laird, on the land; it for placing Fbftiened Evrjf Df In she Vear of land k'fre tor facilities drainage Comfey The Sundard PufeHshlng harvesting. Rice can not he grown pany. without Irrigation, which to oooJucted SUBSCRIPTION I ATE A under two different systems. First, CECIL THURSTON. the water is forced through canals DUTred by Carrier in Ogden The Cirels, Etc. Author of Mora-ta- g City, including Sunday from streams as above described; JR Euuuiar, par bmA, second, by the use of Irrigating wells. aoplro Cesvright. ISO, br Hsrpar D Brothers A number of large irrigating plants aoooaoowao aNAAraAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4WS NWAa aaooo YVVBteMteWVtetey"N"teteVWkFWiAJyVyhJA. aa aa and have been built reoently, V MAIL. IN ADVANCE. lllustiatka we will mentlo the Bay SYNOPSIS. and the muscles of his lips twitched to aaat by malt Aaa Prairie Irrigation company, located In fit ugoaa, par year. .gii.Ou nervously as ha drew off hla gloTsa. no Is coat 15,000 1 which an CHAPTER Wharton county, la impenetrable "Thank heaven, you're here!" he said At total quarbuy. la advance.. Lfit n promiacrea of ric land, with a pumping London fog Julia Chilcoie, - "Giro mo something to drink. shortlytha of nent and rapidly rising member AND ME HAPPY. It is a splendid gift for all the family. The sanitary oTen brings Lodsr brought out tbo flooding the land at a rate of silence In plant opposition In parliament, unexpectedInand happiness to the household, and the economical, HOT BLAST fire box brings health r EARLESS anS INDEPENDENT. oa then set It and tbs table; 50,000 gallons per minute, the lend ly encounters John Luder, a poor whisky 4uuw ainimip 4$ A the writer, who la bis exact double. At stinctively be turned aside. As plainly because it saves at least one-thirtimes of the coal bill, which is quite an item at three Hooded during being prosperity U si aaaapapaB. bo saw tlio fiction ho menRussia aa tha moment ths though similar aggression cauals built are it The season. time. the M.ac aa aqul snow. present in Persia la tha all engrossing topic. tally figured Chllcote's furtive glance, - baa aa faranUN Xik to two parallel railroad embankments We also display an elegant, durable and economical line of the celebrated CHAPTER II Russia to reported th furtive movement of bis fingers to aa ciia&toa bo puaisn It vtii on the highest ridge of the prairie, to ba BUCK'S HEATERS, all styles and prices. Twelve carloads of these splendid goods supporting tba rebels la their his waistcoat pocket tbs hasty droptba scab uiuunred sad the surface of the rldga baaing the bot- fight against (ha authority of th ' ping of the tabloids Into th glass. menacshipped us this year. tom of th canal, ao that all water bah of Persia, thus distinctly woilwii VIU For aa Instant ths sense of hla tacit bi CukiittUlGitlQii easL tha influence ing England's la oa ail sufejecia praaaatad la mice in the canal will flow out and We want to show you our line of winter goods, such as Cutters, Bob Sleds, CHAPTER III Chllcota, who to a connivance rams to hint sharply; ths from knows Indtland. down v the novel la next be fiuug it from him. Th huMany a to of upoa surrounding hears morphia, ba vtdaato. none Blankets, Buggy Robes or anything that comes in our line. tbairiM name awal smaller laterals are constructed to con- which two men exchanged Idea titles. man, Inner voice was whispering Its All totura aad i,7tZZi visold watchword. Th strong mas has V CHAPTERS IV Chilcoie and mors to same water level at the vey cammuaicauoaa liysil by toa da it Loder in the latter's bumble quarno time to waste over his weaker asmre. will be distant fields, the canal company ters and proposes plums, ar warned that Loder ahall Im- brother! thrown la laa waau broket Ta overtolL oue-flftof the crop as charging personate him when Chllcota Is When he heard Cbili-otlay down his biara man aevar hides behind an Canals cannot reach all of the land, come by the craving for morphia and tumbler looked back again. "Well, he RJI the aak Don't mi Muaad t wishes to out of the world for the what la It?" ho said. What have you consequently Irrigation walls are used. time being.get wr to ba iwponalble lor wbat yju coma tori" H strove resolutely to accordera ashamed el These wells vary aa to depth CHAPTER VI Loder accepts. keep bis voice severe but. try aa he VII from CHAPTER to Loder the la compelled avenge being locality, ing gut the telegram? Loder began. had come to are yon. 1 knew there wag In might, he could not quite subdue the acquiesced In n very quiet vole. toror to wear on one hie of a eoufsr fingers rings 150 to 165 feet. The wells an equipSubscribers wilt force behind words. his In Then scar that failure order to made toy oonceal eager going to be n scene" agnta ho cheeked himself. "Troa rasa Italy al bla from At the word Chllcota by tatonuuig tills tttoi ped by centrifugal or propeller pumps by a pet dog belonging to an English"But the telegram! The telegram!" 1 understand, ha added quietly. Once again, as on tie night of their seat Ilia diaquiatuda was vary oxiBuunlnsr balcra Tba yes lecair lj and driven by IS to power woman whm he had met there and second Interchange, life bad become a dant "Oh, there waa breakfast oa tbo Chllcota paid no heed to tha In turnip. "I'm getting to tho telegram! I wish uulr breakfast to fresh existence even table when I camo downstairs break-- 1 yon wouldnt Jar mo with sudden ques- tiuoL Ha waa following hla own train engines, irrigating the smaller tracts bad become very friendly with. phoenix, rising g CHAPTER VIII Loder, represent-in- whll bo sifted Its ashes. "Well? he caa I In tha study mors than of Ideas. "I knew she had conic to see successfully and producing tba desired lie Morale' byGxanlner fast, with flowers sad a horrible, (tus- tions. I wasn't Chllcute, goes to tlie letter's tba ladepaMsni mure Coaad on than fire or six min- you. I knew there waa going to be a minute a waa sun. results. Caaotln engines are the most homo. Chllcote's wife does not de- raid once again. of It Loder, then, sling glare votes became confused, tha scone. When I got to tho morning room set bla Chlleote He bad His down ute Ca, Salt Lake City, into tho glass. looked a and room, I stood economical for driving th pumps. tect tha deception. Loder to greatly Oa ail through ualaa tearing was nerronslv passing bis handkerstrain of the connected recital was tall- -' my Band was shaking ao that I could cam to all of It Mrs. Chllcote's tbe that beauty Impressed Impossibility by Lauds Irrigated by pumping through Ck.! :a OU chief across bis I'ps. There was some- me that I knew I couldn't stand It Ing upon him. With nerfoas basts fas scarcely turn the handle; thou, as tha manner, canals ar selling at I0.00 par sera. and 'lot bouibcra Fnclfia Railway, LoIn with the IX tup attracted mads a rush for tha aad of hla story. door opened, I could have cried out CHAPTER lunches tlist Loder ge thing on. laa I'Liua s acifla Ki'.Uaay, and Lands suitable for Irrigating by wells Fraide, tha great leader of th oppo- der. Lookiug at him mors attentively, couldn't go "I wasnt more than seven or eight with relief. Eva waa there as well I hla swallowed Lodar slowly. whisky Uburt lies Railway, a lira i'ii.j ' ' to (20.00 sition is parliament H seems to lie saw wbat his own feelings and the I HI seust of overpowering cariosity "Ever rang In prios from 515-0irtaui&r? pkiroaa will confer a win th astuta statesman completely. others conventional dress bad blinded "Tea. I think I waa ever oa dont coat of Tbs entire acre. producno mads but par tba him bs by held mxnfnunt very still, Yvjt ub Fraide, by tha way, to th fodfather hi oi to tbo almost piteous panic and glad to are bar In my life. He laughed to i !ii elites wbcaanr tbry effort to prompt hla companion. ing rice ready for the market will of Mrs. Chllcota. almost hysterically. in his visitors eyes. "I wti quit tall to And tba pupil al CBa deal Chilcote shifted bla position CHAPTER X Loder has tea with excitement avarage front (17.00 to (20.00 por acre. to civil was sbo and be her, oaud pio : gone said, wrong!" qalta sweet to h Something's ba had done, "It Mrs. Chllcota. Ha receives a tel agitatedly. Since the beginning of rice growing to mo with abrupt iutuitloa. . Again ho laughed. r , said dlajolntsdly. I had to do It then in Texas millions uf dollars have been gram from Chllcota summoning him Yes no that la. and there. Th things were on tho buChilcote started. Loiler'g Ups tightened. to return as that they may resume male from It production, and Wa their proper stations In life. Yon sea; It saved ths situation. yes," he stammered. reau tha pens and Ink and telegraph ROOSEVELT ON THE CANAL. Even If Lillian wanted to bo nasty, numbers of people from all parts of I.oder movsd around the table. tonus- - They tempted me. CHAPTERS XI AND bs couldn't white Eva was there. Wa craving soon overcomes him, "Aoiuetb'ngs gnus wrong," he repeatPresident KomwYelt, la hit lursrsga tbe United States have become InterLoder laid down bla glass suddenly. and ba returns to Loder's quarters, ed. and you'v mine to tell me." talked for about ten minutes. Wa hla rose to ba but exclamation Ups, An ta Oongrom, gives hi liras of the la ested in this industry. A number of sad ones mors Loder becomes Chl!-ratwars quite an amtabte trio, Then LilTh toa unnerved rbllcote. II sudchecked It bur problem on the canal aud prefaces Japs have recently Invested, which is CHAPTERS XIII AND XIV lian told me why she'd called. 8he Into a chair. "It it dropped of tho tumbler sound denly tba At of alight aa . the a well" attends loder a good Indication, growing reception. bla remarks with the docUratijn that wanted me to make a fourth la a fault!" he "I wasn't I bare tuy began. but Chllcota table turned, the XVI XV At CHAPTERS the touching and oar bustneea to to dig the canal as ef- rice is one of Japan's principal industheater bad horrible timer party at tha Arcadian tonight, oa tho others to was no at there expression reception Lady Aslhupp providing and 11 waa ao p teased and so relieved Loder lips tightened. "Yes," be face to affright him. ficiently and aa quickly aa possible, tries. On a recant exruroton data six the fortune telling booth. Luder viscarloads of rioe-lsnbuyers passed it It, and she requires him to remove said, yes, I undaratsnd." He paused and that I said yes! provided nothing la dona that la "They taiupted me," ha repeated hasunites dlly. Tbe other glanced up with n gleam tily. "They seemed I'.ka magnets; they to any laborer and nothing through the 6t Lout gateway n rout his rings. She to startled upon seeing toughed again ' ecar on hie hand. of hte old suspicion. "Twaa all my seemed to draw me toward them. I la hla tens anxiety Loder ground that Interface with tba wages of, or to Ifuuaton, which Is th meoca for theCHAPTERS XIX aad XVIII XVII, heel into tho floor. "Go on!" ha hla Loder" riea-launerves, a them for st bureau our at ths at of staring o' tlie ataadard boyars. lswari living Loder and Mrs. Chllcota have aa InLoUfild fiercely. course. courae." of Of (Jo on!" Tea, terrible a Then time. compulsion long workmen. Then the Prealdent gaao terview of a very delicate nature. A der's "Don't!" Chilcot exclaimed. was rurt "Im could never interruption me seised you INDIAN something AFFAIR. le raached la criele faaa to oo to any that ba greet political try arranged on Im going on." He passed him doubtfully. Then understand sod I caught up the nearChlleote eyed going Loder makes a and strong recollection took parliament, aaveral thousand Chinese laborer aad hla handkerchief across hla Up. "We the place of doubt. est pea and wrote Just what wan in my Appropriation Rill Under Considera- speech. talked for ten minutes or so, and then tion In House. Spaniards. . XX Loder CHAPTER mind. It waaut a telegram, properly Again goal And a change passed over his expresLillian loft I went with her to the It wasnt my fault" he began speaking. It was mors a tetter. I The work of ooastraoUos along ths back to hie old life. Chllrato goes sion. hall door, but Crapham waa there, fro Washington, Dec. 1 7. Consideration driving with Lady Aetrapp and makes hastily. "On my awil. It wasnt! It wanted you bark, and I had to maka canal to going oa with vigor aad effief'the Indian appropriation blU carryoo I waa still safe. Mb touched and appointment to dine with her a was Cmphsms beastly fault for allowmyself plain. Th writing of tha mesciency aad tba President to confident ing (1,203.000, was begun today In the few evenings later. She seems suapt-chiu- ing her Into the morning room" chatted aud seemed la high spirits aa that socceas will crown the efforts of bouse. Representative Bhermen of sage seemed to steady me; the mere wa crossed tbe ball, aad lb wu still Luder kept silent Hia curiosity had forming of the word quieted my mind. the Americans who are now attempt- New York, chairman of the Indian CHAPTER XXJ-Lo- der. again as as aba wared to me from her from I cool when smiling was almost up got ing to do that which Do Lassepa and affairs committee, nuda an extended Chilcoie, asks Mrs. Chilcote to aid Cared Into sudden, life at tha other's I "Loder, wftqt nre you going to dot" motor. But then, Loder then, aa 1 bell" tbe and rwu bu tba Incipressed measure anu of the cares. In his him accomexplanation political tba people Fiance failed to words, lint ha feared to break tba shat minutes In the study; than, as I cams stood In tbo ball. It all cams to m "Tha bell 7 dentally (Harassed the whole Indian Chapter XXII Loder keeps tha ap- Acred train of thought oven by a word. plish. downstairs servant had a (Tapfaam met am In tba suddenly. I remembered that Lilttan for I "Yes. I Indiana in th before soma rang progress qaeetlon, by days pointment, made In the s'leai'e t'h.leote moved unWhile la the Culebra cut, during must have been alone In the morning ao I bad to hall. He told mo that Lillian Aatrupp of Ml kinds, Including practical Chilcote, to dine with Lady Aatrupp wire send the to myself, the visit to ths canal, President Roose- farming, and hU attitude toward th accuses Loder of being the men who easily. Yon ace," ba went on1 at test gut a cab." Ilia voire root to Irrita- bad called and wished to aoe me and room before Eve found bar! I rememI felt I was her with you velt addressed the workmen gathered government system of managing his was bitten on the finger In Italy by "when bility. "I preasad the bell several that he had shown her Into tbe mom-lu- g bered tha telegram! I ran back to Ha stopped. I I" affairs. will neither strong. He her deny dog. the room, meaning to question Eva as room" pet but tho thing had gone wrong; about him aad ha paid them this high "1 es. yes. When yhu were here with times, It was show that the total Indian admit the accusation. to how long Lillian had been alone, . Loder suddenroom? Tba It last I At work. murolug up gave twouldn't compHment: ilatlnn to now 2M.079, and that the CHAPTER XXIII Fraide Invitee me you felt stroug." table. tba soma "Th back from bat olio had left tha room. I ran ta call to corridor Into went tha ly and stepped This ta one of the great works of ndton la rapidly assuming cltl sens I .oder to make the "big" speech "Yes, tint's it. White I was hers I one." tba bureau but the telegram wasnt With room? telegram your morqjug it felt I could do the thing. But when I th world; It la a greater work than dress. Ten yeara ago there wars against the government, by which ' there! of lying on the bureau? Intense In "Well?" the suspense overbe to wore Utter Indiana who the (1,000 dtlsena that may hoped went bone when 1 went up to my movement . you jrouroelvea at the moment reallaa. dress, while last year th number was thrown. Goner sudden and Loder. Hla moment word . tbo tho speech escaped loin accepts. rooms'' Again be phased, passing bis Soma of yen, a good many of you, are 116,000. Ten yeara ago 31,000 Indian "Yea, gone. Thats why Iva com went rat of the room, but startled Chilcote. The blood run lied to CHAPTER XXIV On the eve of his I Oh, forehead. across sons of man who fought in tbo Civil read English, while last year the num- greet speech Chilcote again summons handkerchief wont alato there at the door, before I could call S la face, then died out; tearing It ashes. straight here. When you your rooms?" up For s moment they confronted each Don't do that, Loder!" be cried. 'L- -I war. When your fathers war la the ber had Increased to 63,000, and those Loder to change places, but Chlleote anybody, I knocked up against that strove hard to keep bis control, loder of does end who a the number takes mo It!" morphia, other. bear boavy waa language speak for Then, moved" by a sodden Imcant Ho looking f ghtlug, they thought a Eood deal of Oh. I I forget Idiot Greening. To my roam? Of th total Indian population Loder to respited. conLoder an aomo effort Immense loder With pushed Chilcot aakta pulse, for you, rather about beastly the fact that the blanket was too SK.OoO nr members of regularly esChapter XXV Loder'e speech In about that. I forget about tbe nlgbt" Go and crossed the room. An Instant latba said. I himself. trolled that to tried I affair. Bony," Wark explain parliament Is tha stubs tion of th lie hesitated confusedly. "All I re- wasn't In a stats for business. I tried ear heavy by noon and not quite heavy tablished churches. er tha opening and abutting of doors, The Indian has today In the United hour, and the government is de- member Is the cem'ug down to breakenough by night, that the pork was "Cm going on. I ton you Im going th hasty pulling ant of drawers and bltn off, but he was won shako to Plates feated. funds to treasury amounting fast next aiurniug this morning at than not as good as It might he, and the (36.385,000, moving of boxes cams from tba bedBlesalngton! At last to bo rid of on! I got a horrid shock when Crap-kaupon which an annual InChapter XXVI Loder tell Chilcote bard-tacroom. me. Your story cams clatterwas sometimes Insufficient terest Is paid amounting to (1,725,000. that he will not Impersonate him any. 12 (clack" to went him tba told with I the fellow, i the trble and poured Loder In amount, and that they were not al- Tha government paya to ths Indiana longer. Hie growing love tor Mrs. (Continued Tomorrow.) ing through my mind. I knew Lillian ' be etndy" It treaty obligation more Chilcote cauaes him to see the great ways satisfied with the way la wUch annually under s of a million dol- impropriety of continuing in his the regiments ware led. Those Ware than lars.. The lands owned by the Indiana course of deception. a talked about the things they good outside uf tha territories ffinount to deal of the time. But when the war 51,341,000 acres, or an avenge tor was done when they came home, every man, womaa and child of 271 CHAPTER XXVII. acrea. w hen Loder did not tears London, they looked at what had been acIT Rhermaa denied that Representative and tha hour of 2 on tbo day complished, all those things sank Into tha Indian to gradually disappearing, his dismissal of following Insignificance, aad the great fact re- and said that aiatlatlca show that Iar Chilcote found hint again In hto mained that they had played their year then were 316 more births than deaths. sitting room. part like men among men; that they llo sat at tho center table surrounded had borne themselves ao that when VERDICT FOR RANKIN. a cloud of smoke; a pips waa beby jeople asked what they bad don of tween hla lips and tha mornings worth In those great years all they had St. Louis, Dec. 17. After s trial newspapers lay In a heap beside hla to say was that they had served de- lasting for almost a week a Jury in alliow. To the student of humanity the United States circuit court her cently and faithfully In the great rendered a verdict oa October 6 last In bis attitude waa Intensely Interesting. armies. So you men here; In the fu- favor of George C. Rankin, plaintiff. It was th attitude of a man tramture, each man of you will have the In his milt against th New York Id to meled hy the knowledge of hto smokcompany to recover (7,736 strength. Before him as ha sat right to feel. If be has done bla duty Insurance absolute of a future stretched life Insurance the of on A. ing George and a little more than his duty right Klmniel. Klnimel was the former presnothingness, and toward this blank fuvp to the handle la the work her on ident and cashier of the Farmers' ture on portion of his the Isthmus, that he has made his State bank of Arkannaa City, Kao., struggling and as yet scarcely sencountry hi debtor; that h baa done and disappeared on July 31. 1898. In tient port as poshed him Inevitably; mure than hta full share la adding re- contesting the suit the Inaursnce com- white snothec- -a vigorous, persistent, set up the claim' that Klrnmel to him to pause. nown to the nation under whose flag pany was not deed, but wee an Inmate In human portion cried o actual, so clamorous, was this silent this canal la being built. the Mattewan asylum for the criminWE HAVE MADE THIS A GREAT CHRISTMAS STORE MODERATELY TRICED GIFTS HAVE BEEN GATHal Inaanel a New York under the mental combat that had raged unceasERED FROM ALL SECTIONS CARRYING CHRISTMAS GOODS. A MORE DESIRABLE COLLECTION OF ACname of Andrew J. While. ingly since the moment of his renunRICE LANDS. ciation that at last In physical response CEPTABLE, POPULAR PRICED GIFTS HAS NEVER BEEN OFFERED. to It he pushed back his chair. MERGER APPROVED. The Irrigation Age says: About five "Its too late, ha said aloud. "I'm a New York. Dec. 7. The merger of fool. It's too late." years ago the people of Texas, particThen abruptly, astonishingly, aa ularly thoM on the gulf coast, began the Greene Consolidated Copper comCentral com- though In direct response to hla spoken ths raising of rice, an entirely new pany with the Cannanea pany through the medium of a new tha door opened aud Chllcota 1; lustry in that section. Aa a result bolding company, which is to be thought, Into the room. h half bleached table damask their efforts the production has known as the Green Cananea Copper walked f lowly I ,oder rose end stared at him. a far beyond their expectation, and company, was approved today by the The per yard feeling be acknowledged ta him.. ta now estimated that Texas has a director of the Greene company. No self was anger, but below tho anger a wa taken at tbe meeting reaction h .50 satin finllh table linen, latest rice area of fi.b'Hi.OOO acres, and half a garding the dividend on the stock of very different sensation ran riotously m million acres producing from forty to the Greene Consolidated company. A etrong. Aud It wa In time to this secfor fur a or scarf a or than nicer muff, with napkins to match, per yard. gift Nothing design, ond lawless thla r statecircular an official sudden, feeling, a joy, containing sixty bushels pt-- arre and finding n cloak or a waist or skirt. Buy from us and we will save ment of the new company says that tlist hla pulse lieat as ha turned a cold h B8c bleach table damask, extra f ready market at an average price of the stock In both has been face on the Intruder. companies sum on your purchase. a neat . little bnstu-1Th greater part you (1.25 to Insure the pledged for exchange Well?" he antd sternly. quality, per yard, only of Texas rice lands are located trlb new company control of both. But Chllcota wa Impervious to sternDamask towels, fringed and hemstitched, ness. He was mentally shaken and dis" tressed, though outwardly Irreprnnchs- . each 25c to hie, even to the violets In tha lapel of j his coat-t- he violets that for a week I lied beea brought each morning on thin, The effect of to the door of I. oiler's rooms by Eve's mild. For one second, as Loder's eyes pale children is magical. reitd on the flowers, a sting of nnrov-em- u It makes them plump, resy, active, happy. tile jealosy shot through hint: THE THE EXAMINES Masquerader By KATHERINE POR ALL gjia GET A BUCK'S RANGE i.i-a. d m ' f- s'-a- ubill e Sidney Stevens implement Co. - g . XH-Chll-- cote'a e. d d - a. edu-eath- nr 70,-00- 0. k t-- - three-quarter- THE STORES OF SONS & CO. codm.-Ioiisum- A s Os'sst GhHsSmas Bazaar af PapaSar PriaseS Blits Sensible , Appreciative Christmas Gifts for Women TABLE LINENS 72-inc- fl r OS 72-inc- 70-inc- r OO 44444444444444444444444444 6 9 4 Scott' Emulsion j It contains Cod Liver Oil, Hypophosrhites and Glycerine, to make fat, Llood and bone, and to put together that it is easily digested VW. hy little folk. ALL DRUGGISTS lst J t!jws l ! i(-w- . I SOc. AND Sl.OO. H wny. super- - "Well?" he said again Chll-col- e la s gentler voice. Chilcote had walked to tbe table and laid down his hat. Ills fare was white 73c for black chilfon taffeta, satin flninh, same a others ask f 1.G0. h 1.00 for black taffeta, oil boiled, none better 27-inc- of Worn by Bp mtuuroiui Joy. or by blmelf, tho flowers were symbol! Blaclt Silks the Best Value Ever Offered! in This City h 3ti-inc- Beautiful Furs $1.75 to $3500. Children's Fur Sets $1.15 to $3.50 at 91-3- 9300 for a 97.30 ladies black silk taffeta petticoat.