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1 cent, and ibe import! taken from the per cant. United Stains THE EX STARVING CHINESE. SUBSCRIPTION IATES. Delivered by Carrier in Ogdxn City, Including Sunday Mora75c ine Eaauuasr, par awa-h.- . R Singia oopiat .6. AM thou-und- r EARLESS and 1NDCPENCENT. ia atricajr it givaa an newspaper. maa aa squat anew. baa aa favorite Tap aad ao sneaisa to p naiad-- U will gitra tha aaa namased aad iauoa asquerader By KATHERINE CECIL IM. hr Harper THURSTON, Author of Th Circle, a CoorrUht. tin.- i bit (Concluued.) The knowledge broke sharply through bar dulled senses, and, confronted by tbe closeness of her ordeal ahe paused, her head lifed, her baud still nervously grasping he banister. Her Ups parted as If in sudden demand for aid, but in the nervous expectation, the pained - ivAJvlil tl'-e- r Subscribers wll'. aoafar a favor lafenaiag tbia aSoa of failure to recalT Tba Examiner balora by tbatr braabfaat Tba Morning Examiner can be foaad oa aalo by tba inoapaadani Noma Co, Salt Lbha City. On all through traiaa leaving OfidM os Tba Soatbara Fadfle Railway. Tba Union Racine lUUwajr, and Tha Orogia Short Una Hallway. Kxamlnar patroaa will confer a favor oa Ibo management by reporting to tbla oiflea wheaevar they fail to And tba paper at tba daalg oatad pli TRADE OP PORTO RICO. (me of th first Impressive of tha meat inspection bill, to b th meat eonsimer brought homo. n of Ogden, was tha condemning, the Ogden Puking Thursday Inst, at I l.'Ut, of tha carcass of an heiter, shipped from the stabh-- of tba Agricultural College at Login to the local establishment. When irei of lor the market. It was a beautiful exhibit of what appeared to ba Christmas beef, but th government ipspee-to- r had bean busy with tbalr laboratory apparatus and th microscope I'lailuoed the jternu of tuberculosis and one of the officials remarked that tic diseased meat might have been responsible for the Infecting of a hundred persona, had It been allowed te ba placed on the mnrkct and retailed to th people of this city. Tha manager of tha packing plnnt said th meat giv every outward algn of being healthy, but when ha looked at th field la the microscope and saw the germs in motion, be agreed with the Inspectors that the thing lo o wan to consign the carcass to the Tom (proudly! Miss Plnklelgb- - has promised to be my wife. Jack (consolingly) Oh, dont let that worry you. Women frequently break their promise. Chicago Daiiy Xew. d com-anarc- a bat warn tl.a UaltaJ States and Porto Rico, aa 1lustrotud by aon a a just pr paied by the Bureau of FUtlatics of tha Department of Com mare and Labor, la especially Interesting nt tha present moment In view, of President Rooasvelt'a meuag refusing Porto Rico. Tha flguraa Just announced show that tha trad between tha Tailed Bialaa and Porto HI Co In tha calendar year 1908 will exceed 40 million dollars agnlnar iaaa than 4 millions In 1897. tho year n nnneintlon. Tho Tolu of merchandise amt from Porto Rico to tho United Statae In tha 10 month ending with October, 1906, la 91SJM.1I7, tad of march anna aeat from tha United, State to Prrto IMow In the aama period fld.iiM.446, mnlhfeya .total for tho 19 months of When the news was conveyed to 835,130,083, 'and thus apparently tha aaaertlon that for tha full tha Agrlc litoral college, tha heii.of IS months ending with December the the college hurried the expert lu anitotal will txoejd 40 million dol'ars. mal diseases to Ogden, who fully In tb calendar year 1897, the year agreed with the government Inspec-t.r- r In their diagnosis, although eximmediately preceding annexation, the total Import! Into tho United Statea pressing surprise that an animal, from Porto Rico were 81,143.251. and In gnod health and rated Christmas beef, should lie so thoroughthe total export to that Inland, making a total of f3.9iif.0A2, ly diseased and unfit for food h of the total or looo than lhla ti a statement of fact that In promised for the year which mda with a powerful argument In nupport of th the present month. Not only baa the trade of Porto Hico meat Inspection bill and proves the enwith tho United Statea wisdom of enforcing too clusoat scrutbut the trade the of general ormously, iny of all meal prepared for the marIsland ohows also n large Increase dur- ket. When tha experts at th Logan coling tha period In question. The total talus of merchandise passing In and lege cannot detect tuberculosis In tha rut of tha lalaiid in 1906 wm pi act lira animal, fed In their barns, under twlee aa great as that of nay &eir rare. It Is evident that tho only year prior to annexation. Thu re- SHfe course la to hare the meat, aa markable growti In the general com- prepared for market, critically exammerce of tho island, result of the ined by men trained In the work. growth of production of staple articles entering oommeice and the conseChristmas la merely another way of quent growth la the consuming power spelling "broke." ' of the people, ji shown by figures compiled by the Bureau of Stall dies, To increase the traffic problem, firewhich for the first time state the men oa the Southern Pacific system values In gold o. the imports and ex- have walked out. porta of the taiaud In each year for a long term of years and thus enable To be burled alive and yet come n accurate comparison of the rom- - i forth alive from an entombment of fifp area today with that existing under j teen daya, is an experience ns remarkThe flguraa thus able as it is rare. Rpanlsh control. compiled show ihat the exports of the '(land In the fl.cal year 19A6 were; Chicago In Introducing Into lie 4 million dollars against 12 4 ; schools the "htiglesn" dance, which Is ?J millions in the highest year prior to doomed to an early death, as it does annexation 1892, and the Imports not embrace couple. were In 1906 pmctlcnlly 22 mllUoum, In speaking of great fortunes. Rockeagainst an annual nveraga of about 12 feller declared them to be great blase millions under Spanish rate. A very targe proportion of the trade Inga or curoes, but the average man United would not object to the curses. of Porto Rico is with th State. Of the total merchandise leov-to-r HARLAN CLEVELAND DEAD. the Island, 87 per cent goes to iLe United States, and of the total merchandise entering the island. 88 2 Cincinnati, Dec. 24. Harlan Clave United 8tates, lend, who served as United States jer cent Is from th boned upon the district attorney for tbe Southern disthese figures being of Ohio by appointment of Pres month 16 ending with trict u cord of the Grover Cleveland, died today of ident October, 1906. to latent avalleb'e fig- Bright's disease. He was a cousin of and a nephew of ures of the Bureau of Statistics of the i r. Justice Harlan, of the supreme court me Department at Commerce sn-of the United a of In 1896, two years prior to an- the late Stanley States, Matthews of the same of vhsre the the exports court and a brother-in-lanexation, of A sex-lat- e lent to the United States was 14 per Justice Gray of the name court. bg-itra- bo-to- g t'k. pur-i-f'c- ore-tent- inn-cane- d 2-- 2 iDd you ever speculate? "Oh, yes; once I built a handsome house oa tips I got from s friend of mlus." 'What becam of It?" Our hotel waiter honght It on tips ha got from me." Baltimore American. Her Husband (angrily) 1 fool when I n.arrlod you. His Wife Aren't you a fool a till? Her HUhband No, I am not. Hia Wife Then you should congratulate me upon my success ne n reformer. Chicago Daily News. Mrs. Hpuaekeep Go away! To!ure nothing but n lazy old tramp, and you were never anything elae. Dont tell me Rag son Tatters Yar mistaken. Indy. Ah! dev wuz a time Mrs. Housekeep None of your Ilea, now! Ragson Tatters I wug goia' ter say, ma'am, day wui a time wan 1 wug a lazy young tramp. Philadelphia Proas. First Physician Ha has got an hereditary trouble? Second Physician Yea, I hops to hand hia cnaa down to my son. Harper's Bazar. HOW LADY HAMILTON DANCED. In the couro of an article in Appleton's for January on "Tho Renaissance of tho Art of Dancing, w nr told of the danrea of Emma, Lady Hamilton, Ntflson's Egeria and Romney's model. "This remarkable woman, to whose extraordinary career Justice baa not even yet bean done, rose literally from the gutter to be the esteemed companion and adviser of monarch's, statesmen, warriors, posts, and artists. She was gifted with more thgn ordinary beauty of person, to which she must have added a most powerful mind. An accomplished musician and singer, she was inspired to the invention of a form of dsnee which perhaps owed ita origin to the contemplation wall polntlngn unof th Greco-Roma- n earthed In Italy In her time under the ou spices of the Society of Dilettanti, of which her husband. Sir William Hamilton, was no distinguished a member. A number of her poses were recorded lu a aeries of engravings published under the title of Lady Hamilton's Attitudes.' Goethe, in hln Italian Journal, given perhaps the moat graphic as It la certainly the moat famous description of them: A lovely girl English, and some twenty years of age. Bhs is exceedingly beautiful and finely built. She wears a Greek garb becoming her to perfection. She then merely loosens her locks, takes a pair of shawls, and ef fects changes of postures, moods, gea lores, mien, and appearance that make one really feel as If one were In eome dream. Here la visible, complete, and bodied poetry In movements of surprising variety, all that so many artists have sought in vain to fix and render. Successively standing, kneeling. sealed, reclining, grave, sad. sportive, leasing, abandoned, penitent, alluring, threatening, agonized one follows the other, and grows out of it. She knows how to choose and shift the simple folds of a tingle kerchief fur every expression, and to adjust it Into hundred kinds of headgear. -- BOY-- IS INSANE. 1-- I.a-lo- son-in-la- He Kilted Hie Father chronic catarrh take Sco1tJ Its pure cod liver oil restores to health the affected membranes and enriches the blood. Its give the nerves new tone and strength. Then the invigorated system throws off PIR hypo-phosphit- the catarrh. ALL DRUGGISTS i SOe. AND S1AA es in an Attempted Robbery, Not Spokane, Wash.. Dee. 24. guilty by reason of Insanity." wax the vetdlct relumed today by the Jury in the case of Sidney Slnane, the hov charged with the murder of his father. James h Hosne. a pionix-- r merchant uf Spokane. Rob l)e rv was the motive tor the crime. DISCHARGE 4 iJbviL THE O. n star, n new star Blazed like a lamp of gold. For close pressed to Mary' breast The Savior Jesus lay at rest. As prophets had foretold. them-ae.ve- wiu ba rsoslvsU oa all subject yraaaatad la relraia kaowa Indi spectful vidual but tba true naiaa must ba pubuabad U tulL All lattara aad da nom rail sirs; loss signed by a pluaiea. ar asrumsd aaaua. will ba thrown la ms wants baakaL Tba brava aiaa aavar bldaa bablad aa assumed aama Doa't aak tba Bill lor te ba iMpoaatala far what ! ara aabaaiad at ?ha remark tbla growth la DECEMBER THE STAR IN THE EAST. n. ums-paaaa- -- MGj.MNG, Etc. t- BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. la - TTAH, H'EfPAT OGPEN, The President hat called upon the he-- o the people of the Untie I State to (But little Judas, a be slept. disfront comes cry of distress that In hia uiothers arms and Stirred tant China. Th-u- - are I5.090.two Chiwept r.- ese on the verj ; of starvation. Their deO. the worship, the worship crops hav been ucstroyvd by a And myrrh aud lncene sweet. waiting helplessly and they nip luge Which shepherd kings from far away tor the worlds ptllnnthropby - suo-co- i Had brought with golden gifts to Uy At the Savior Jesus' feet. them. This la not tic first appcsl from (But little Judas, as he slept. other lands that hs met a response to Stirred In hia mothers fans and America. During the Irish famines wept. I slilploads of food crossed the Atlantic O. the shadow, tha shadow. of the peasantry and aafod Of the cross upon the hill. of of that Uitl Island. When many Bui yet the Babe, who waa to bear tha provinces of Ruasia were drought-stricke- The whole world weight of sin and care. America cent ship ladensd On Marys heart lay still. with flour and manta to drive away hunger. (But Judas mother, with aery. a The Amerirai people pride Kissed him and wept, aha kae not on their generosity. They dw why.! Virginia Hioreu Harrison In Leslies In rehearsing how they gave Ught Monthly. joy to ooaatleaa Ihuusanda by seeding That pride, of peril. relief lu time PLEASANTRIES. a coupled with a full realization of MAod what was to colonel's speech duty owing to ill humanity, whether white or black, will again prompt like? "Oh. fluent and nil that. Obviously te send across the ocmii. at pieaaad. 1 call it very bad form In a least a crust of bread for each t.f the soldier! "Punch. fifteen million fungry inhabitants of "What made your husband's hair valley of Chiua. tha flood-swaso grey? He's afill a young man. turn Several days ago this paper sug- Was It the result of soma terrible con- fright gested that Ogd. n be the first to "No. He once tried to have a house s.- gn a carnal of supplies for th built ."Judge. wtilch Is time Thera is yet starving. to be foremost in set ting an example A very shy youth sat on the sofa f charity. Good deed of that kit 2 with his lady love. Too diffident to condition of aoul mat la pop the question, he gradually slipped biing on arm around her waist, and after a uUnost beatific, for they give a con--t his silence he blurted out, despairiloug fitment sod ease of mind beyond ngly : "I don't seem to be making much progress. Mile. "Perhaps not," replied the lady. "But, anyhow, you are holding your DISEASED MEATS. own.'' St. James Gazette. P whitened Every Day in th Vaar by Tha gunaerg Puhliahing Cam-M"- Tki Pramuaj la SaBI bj ouuula of Ogden. par ysnr. At Wat guariaiiy, la advaaca. EXAMINER, MORXIXG THE OF SOLDIERS. Senator Stone in Hearty Favor ef tha Step. Kansas Cby. Mo.. Dec. 24. Senator William Stone bclieres that President R.toscvclt did right in discharging the negro soldiers at Brownsville. "I am glad to have an opportunity to say this, luit I wish to be under sttxxi right. he declared last night. "I have not locked into the legal phase of the matter. I am not readv to give an opinion on that. Bui so far as the sentiment c i,cr ruing it. u far as ths olien- - its. :t. I am :n hearty favor of 'he step taken by President Roosevelt rtid Secretary Taft. Chilcof is dead.1 apprehension of tba moment, no sound eecaped them. Loder, resolutely crossing tha landing, knew nothing of the silent appeal For a second she stood hesitating; then bar own weakness, her own shrinking dismay, wars submerged lu the Interest of hia movements. Slowly mouqtlng the remaining steps, aba followed him aa If fascinated toward tha dour that showed dingily conspicuous la tbe light of an unshaded gas Jet Almost nt tlie moment that ah readied iis aids b extended bla hand toward the door. The action waa decisive and hurried, aa though be feared to trust himaelf, .For a apace be.fnmblad with th lock. And Eve, standing does behind him, heard the handle creak and turn under hi pressure. Then he shook th door. At last, akrwly, almost reluctantly, ba turned round.. 'I'm afraid things aren't quite quite right, he said in a low voice. The door la locked, and I can see no light" She raised her eye quickly. "Bat you have a key?" aba whispered. "Haven't ypu got a key? , it waa obvious that to both the unexpected check to their detains waa fraught with danger. "Tea, but door. "Tea, Cr lrathare eyes, be drear iwr swiftly furr'ru and half Impelling, half supporting her forced her to descend the stair. Never in after life could ho obliterate the remembrance of that descent Fear, such aa ba could never experience in hia own concerns, possessed him. One desire overrode nil other, the desire that Eva's reputation, which ha himself had ae nearly imperiled, should remain unlmparlled. In tha shadow of that urgent duty, ths despair of the past hours, th appalling fact so lately realized, the future, with ita possible trials, became dark to hia Imagination. In his naw victory over self the question of her protection predominated.' Moving under his compulsion, he guided her hastily and silently down tb deserted atalra, drawing a breath of deep relief aa one after another the landing were successively passed, and, still actuated by th suppressed need of haste, he passed through tha doorway that they had entered under suck different condition only I few ruinates before. To leave ths quiet court, to gain th Strand, to hail a belated hansom, was tha work of a moment. By nu add contrivance of circumstance the lack that had attended every phase of his dual life waa again exerted in his behalf. No one had noticed their entry Into Clifford's Inn; no one waa moved to enrioaity by their exit With on involuntary thrill of feeling ho gave expression to his relief. "Thank God Ifa over!" ho said aa a cab drew up. "Ton don't know what tbe strain has bean." Moving aa If In a dream, Eva stepped Into th cab. Aa yet tba terrible denouement to their enterprise had no clear impression upon her For th moment nil that ah waa scion of, all that ibo Instinctively acknowledged, waa th fact that Loder was still beside bar. In quiet obedience ah took bar place, drawing aalde her aklrta to make room for him, and In the earns subdued manner ha stepped Into th vehicle. Then, with the euunga sensation of reliving tbalr earlier drive, they were aware of tbe tightened rein aq of tho horse's first forward movement. For several seconds neither spots. Era, shotting out all othor thoughts, aat close to Loder, dinging tenaciously to the momentary comforting sons of protection. Loder, striving to marshal Ms ideas, hesitated before tha ordeal of speech. At last realising hia responsibility, ha tnruad to her slowly, "Evo," he said In a low voice and with soma hesitation, "I want yon to know that In nil this from tbe moment I saw him from toe moment I understood I have had yon In my though to you and no om else. She raised her eyes to his face. "Do you realize" he began afresh. "Do yon know what this this thing means Still she remained silent "It means that after tonight there will ba no such person In London aa John Lodar. Tomorrow the man who waa known by that name win ha found In hia room; bla body will he removed, and at the post mortem examination It will be stated that be died of an overdose of morphia, IDa charwoman wiU Identify him aa a solitary man who lived respectably for years and then suddenly went down hill with remarkable peed. It will b(qulte a common case. Nothing of Interest will be found In bla rooms. No relation will claim hia body. After tod usual time be will he given the nanal burial of bla class. These ls are horrible, but there are times when wa muat look at tbe horrible aid of life, because life la Incomplete with- f He looked toward tba key. Tea, youre right" he added quickly. "Ill use It Walt while I go inside." Filled with n new nervousness, oppressed by the loneliness, the silence about her. Eve drew luick obediently. The sense of mystery conveyed by tbe dotted door weighed upon her. Her susceptibilities were tensely alert as aba watched I Oder search for his key and Insert It In toe lock. With mingled dread and curiosity site saw the dnor yield and gape open like a black gaah In tha dingy wall, and with a sudden sense of deeertlon ahe saw 'him pais through the aperture and heard him strike a match. The wait that followed seemed extraordinarily long. Listening Intently, ahe heard him move softly from one ' room to the other. And at laat, to her out ft "Tbeoe things I apeak of ar too nervous usceptlbilltieo. It acutely that will meet the casual eye, sithings seemed that be paused In fbaolute lence. In the Intensity of listening but In our sight they will hav a vary aba heard her own faint Irregular different meaning. "Evo," he said, more vehemently, "a breathing, and toe sound filled her with Tha quiet, the solitude, tha whole chapter In my life has been clospanic. ed toiitxht, and my first Instinct la to vague, Instinctive apprehension, beabut th book and throw It nwty. Bat came suddenly unendurable. Then all at once the tension was relieved. Loder Urn thinking of yon. Remember, Im thinking of yon. Whatever the trial reappeared. ne paused for a second In the shad- whatever the difficulty, no barm shall eome to yon. Ton have my word for owy doorway; then be turned unsteadithat ly, drew toe door to and locked It. "I'U return with yon now to Groo-venEvA stepped forward. Her glimpse square. I'U remain there till a of him had been momentary and aha reasonable excuse can be given for had not heard his toIcc yet tbe of hia hearing filled her with Chllcote'a going abroad. I will avoid Fralde. I will cut politico whatever Instinctive alarm. Abruptly and without reason her hands turned cold, her the coat. Then at toe first reasonable moment I will do what I would do heart begun to bent violently. "John now. tonight If It were possible. UII he said below her breath. For answer he moved toward her. go away, start afresh; do In another IDs face waa bereft of color; there waa country what I hare done In this." There waa a king alienee; then Eve a look of consternation In bla eyes. Come at once. I turned to him. Tbe apathy of a mo"Come," he said. must take you home." He spoke la a ment before had left her face. "In another country 1" ahe repeated. "In anshaken, uneven voice. Rve. looking up at him, caught hia other country?" Tea, a fresh carest la a fresh counhand. "Why? Why?" she questioned, try. something clean to offer yon. Urn tone low was and scared. tier not too old to do what ether men hav Without replying he drew her Imperatively toward the atalra. Go very done." He paused, and for n moment Eve softly," he commanded. "No one muat looked ahead at tha gleaming chain of see you here." la the first moment she obeyed him lamps. Tbeu very slowly she brought instinctively: then, reaching tbe head her glance back again. No," aha said very slowly. Yon are not too old. But of the staira. ahe stopped. With on there are times whan age and things hand still clasping Ms. the other clinglike age are not the real consideration. ing nervously to the banister, rbe reIt seems to me that your own Inclinafused to descend. John, she whispered. Tuiiot a child. What ! It? tion, yonr own Individual sense of What has happened? I must know. right and wrong, has nothing to do For a moment Loder looked at her with the present moment The question is whether yon are Justified In gouncertainly; then, reading the expression in her eyes, be yielded to her ing away" ahe paused, her eyes fixed nd. steadily upon hia whether yon ora "He's dead," he said In a very low free to go away and make a new Ufa, whether It la ever Justifiable to fellow voice. "Ohlloote la dead." n phantom light when when therc'a a lantern waiting to be carried." Her CHAPTER XXXIV. breath caught. She drew away from a angreat fully appreciate nouncement we mut have time him. frightened and elated by bar own at our disposal. At the mo- words. Loder turned to her sharply. "Ever ment of Lodcr's disclosure time he exclaimed; then bla tone changed. was denied to Eve. scarcely had the You don't know what you're saying." wools left his lips before the thought that dominated him asserted Its prior he added quickly. "Ton doa't nodor ying. claim. Blind to tlut Incredulity In hat stand what vrm're (Continued Tomorrow J I have -- Sends you the seasons greetings Wishing all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ALSO thank you personally for the confidence and lilieral patronage given ug tliia year.- - It is our purpowe to have a better store this coming year, to serve you better, to give you better goods if posKible. To always give you a square deal. Are you with uu? Fi merely mO f-- r y YOU CAN GET Z. C. M. I. Home' Made Shoes For men, boyg, mioaea and children again in Ogden. They are the old reliables, every pair guaranteed, as well aa the Ladies Pillow Shoes THE snOE FOR TENDER FEET, at the Fifth Ward Shoe Store AVE. BELL 2546 MADISON PHONE 613-X- . Catalog and Samples. T. A. SHREEVE A NEW YORK CITY FUNERAL. William Allen White's comparison of New York City and Emporia, Kansan, In Hie American Mngnaln for January, Is full of fun and Ideas. Hers is the difference bat arena funerals la New York City and Emporia: ."Three years ago w sent Charley Vernon, the best reporter on ths fores, to New York for a kolidny, and hq cams back with a poor opinion of ths town. The first thing that shocked him was to son n funeral clattering down tbe street at a fast trot, and aa wa art rather accurate about such matters in Emporia, Charley InatiBCt ively counted the carriages and found that there. wars lass than twenty, though he learned afterward that It waa tbs funeral of a man worth a million, Wa hav had only ona funeral In our town of a man worth a million, and that waa three mils long. Charley says also that there wore no buggies In that millionaire's funeral procession th mourners all rods in closed carriages. This is odd to us, for In a, funeral procession her In Emporia tho hearse Is escorted by the wagonette a long, low, rakish-lookincraft, with a sent on aach aids; tho rids la the wegonetto and have o moderately good time, and If It lo a funerore al of prominence the generally lending lawyer or doctor or business man. Following tha hearse coma the hacks never less than thro and sometimes aa many aa a dozen. After the hacks in the funeral procession coma tho double-seate- d surreys tha undercut surroyo taking precedence Ga-aet- ta g pall-bearer- s pall-beare- de-tal- de-m- s p ever the other and after the surreys come ths top buggies, and after them come tha runabouts, and, if the funeral is an unusually long one. the spring wagons of to farmers bring up ths rear. It means something to di In Emporia; It la not tbe everyday event In n man's life that It seema to hs In New York. Indeed, when a prominent man dies, or on whom wo love, the mayor In our town Issues n proclamation calling on tha merchants to close their stores, and tha banka close their doors, at tba hour of hia funeral. And when Mr. So. den, who had run the mill for fifty years, died last summer, though his funeral was on Saturday, when toe street of the town were crowded with formers who bad come In fo'.txadsb the stores and banks were closed at the very busiest part of the afternoon, and wo slipped on our 8unday clothes nd left Commercial street and sat for aa hour on the lawn about his house, under th broad trees that he plants half a century ago. find while the preacher preached from the front step of the porch of the house of mourning, and while the choir moaned irfslde the house, up town the stores were closed and business stopped. Yet Mr, Snden never held an office in all bis Ufa, and would be counted a poor man In New York. But unless one con- tends that the death of a friend is a mere Incident of the day, like the loa of an old hat, we here In Emporia see some things mors sanely and more humanly than they do In New York, where death In a house only Interest! the servants next door. . Jresolved E JVIOULD OUT uwmks cram siar $ctice GA OUR TTfE ABENDS pres OTTS AM) U5T.-THEY CAN J0 SonrWNG MANY NICE USETULTHINGS LIKE GLDVESt HANDKERCHIEFS NECK WEAR AMTHE UK- E- WE have alljhe things you BUSTER BRC an pits smuii c 1 TsSLrBai We thank the people of cams ms We- ber county and vicinity for the liberal patronage they have giv- en us during this year and, wish all a . MERRY CHRISTMAS CLARKS STORES '