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.. ' . THE MORNIXG EXAMINER: Offer Ok accused work, and Bln-pl- la, E 7 Pukkaaud Every Day ky TM tuaoiri PuaUaklng fMJti REGULATION OF HUSBANDS. Baltimore American: The Woman's National I'niun, representing 4U.006 trade untune throughout the auu-a- , problem. hat undertaken a They have passed resolutiuu indicat- IAT5B. SUBSCRIPTION IMIvwed fcf CWW ik OkM City. isciudtag Sunday Morlag KumiWi gar MlOfiM iu M ing the matrimonial inreuttuna uf their members, which, la itself, is aot A V MAIL IN ADVANCE stupendous thing, hut they propose tu make m art! fc after cstehtng husband M I r NUum ul iliMi there husbands behave themselves. At I Tha rasoluiiuaa advocate and cncour age matrimony, woman's suffrage and FEARLEM iN INPCPENC equity In law, and establish an endowaamui- -r to 41 ment for the purjH-s- e uf paying pie yaiMi nunupups- minim oa matrimony. They also husband for a to court say try provlds who is derelict la hie duties as a husband. father and provider, and If hla utfa is forced to eater the army uf VkoaiwJ Ik nr wagoearners. H will he up to him to Iran him to explain to this court. itctlui Hi teat fc kut inn It may be considered that Cupid has AU hrttore and pub uBd ik lullI be ranks of the Trade I'nloa Invaded ! fcf f tfkkUfU kkiU&i4 i liMil ao he is Vuil W loegua, but if te hat d tt-EUSSTki, Tk bald strongly la leash by atrong cum-am- a brsv Mkk ww kite bshtad kk sense. And another point might Dual wk Ui W ni'fktil ha noted, especially by those whose Vbkt te MpOkkUM WIlM woman of E suffragist la uf a asamiiud Idea r, unmarried strong-mindela n body here to certain of female ago roofer k Subserioora win dm (iflrn 'tl liUiui of woman advocating women suffrage Ik Iickr Iki gxsxnaai sad mauinumy also. That they are Uklr braofcfsaL n trifle Idaallri la shoWa by tho fact that they propose ta make the genua Ckk M la every husband a good husband b U MUtapMdMI News Co Ball Lkki dig. sense of the word; but then It la only Mavlkg Ok A I tkfkkgfc Wn by hitching eur wagons Mars that wo ever get anywhere. After all tha gusa-tioFacIBo Railway. Tk Boutaarm will evolve late a practical one Tha Uutoa fkaOa luiiwny. kkg Tkk Orega Ikon Uaa Hallway will the fear of being found derelict U cralkr k EiBirlkf petrosa In his daiy prove a strong enough favor oa Ui kiiagwBt kg reobstacle la tha matrimonial Intentions porting to this nffir wksaovar Utoy of tbs away ms a to offset th adUi darag Mil to lad tko iM placsa. vantages of tha matrimonial premiums lhlrk will bo offered? Th Trad I'niua league ia reducing matrimony n practical basis. Is VAGRANT AS A PUBLIC BURDEN. ru immi umrwi,aNw g't iu . - uImh - issi-ngiwi- Akt r, maa-hatln- w 1 : Th uJ NO COAL THIS WINTER. Norlb-wi-Kter- ob-ju- PEACE DEADLIXR THAN WAR. ppn 1 A man acButte denaaded a eUnng ? of cused agraacT thla of era no Iu the local police week. The cam attracted aunia attention, fur the reaaua that la the affidavit filed, the defendant allege that an accusation of vagrancy 1a to conviction In tbia court. Tho onUre dtlienahlp of Butin la dlaquall-flaIt tndlcatoa atrikiogly tho public attltudo toward thla crime. placuaaloa of the economic Influence of tho vagrant la rather wide at praa-aeuIt began aura thaa a year ago. when k noted railway awa, ta combatting attack! npoa Ms system tor alleged carelessness, resulting la sa Slanting per cent of accidents and consequent casualties, declared that an appreciable proportion of (hone killed fa wrecks are tranpa, who ride ia auck fashion that escape Is scarcely possible, even fa a. alight collision. Thla statement led sp to tho popular bnrdoa through eoarlctloa for end consequent ualnteuanos of the convict a real Item ia atatea where penal labor la Illegal The municipalities condemn the railways tor bringing tramps and the railway a blame the authorities of tha law for permitting such individuals their llb arty. Whoever la to Memo, It la cats tala that tha habitual vagrant coats A tha nation millions annually. writer 'la tha currant Issue of The North American Review, under "Tho Vagrant and tha Railroad, says: "We need a hotter public appreciation of the seriousness and tha prevalence of vagrancy. Better public knowledge Should be followed by hotter cooperation between towns, railroads, ehartta. bio societies, tha press and private Individuals, all working to diminish tha unnecessary wandering of homo-ice-s men. Tho state should bo tho ijnit of activity against vagrancy. Local organisations or eommonlilea can at their hoot ho vigmoua only within their limit of activity, and tho vagrant wayfaycr passes os to tho nest 'easy town. In auck cooperation, tho ntatt board of charities nr control oeema tho natural body to take a guiding position. Misinformed sympathy for tha vagrant must b overcome by facta, which should clearly show that rigorous effort to diminish vagrancy by consistent enforcement of law are beneficial not only to society, in reducing Its toll to tho Injured and ldlo, hut to the railroads. In diminishing thefta, injuries sod accidents, and alao to the vagrant, la Impressing npaa him the age-kiilesson that 'man shall earn his bread by tho awest of his brow.' " Nobody desires persecution of tha honest man In hard lines. But It usually Is simple to delect the confirmed loafer, ills presence always la a menace. Not Infrequently he Uvea off the purlieus and when that recourse falls, he turns to hlghwsy robbery, burglary and even murder. The tost la very Inter-Mouatal- A ). d. t s t. i. ' ' y i ? r. , i i d ir Pure Flavorings ' Flavoring Extracts . t Si have been given the preference and are now used and appreciated by millions of housewives who have used them for half a century. A HEROINE AND COW RDB. BL Uvea Lnula Mora Globe-Democra- t: have been Joat by accidents on American warship In the past two years thaa wore loot la tha nary during tha war with Spain. BUty-ono Hirers and men have bees killed In the navy by accidents In the past tour years, which ta many times more thaa the destruction ia the aavy during tha war uf 1898. la tha peat tea years SSS officers and mqa beta bees killed s la esploaloa and other aorta of ua ala or sight vessel. What baa bees tha cause of all of thla destruction eareleaanaaa, tack of kill, or defects la tha guns or th machinery? A service periodical named the Navy, la an artlcta published fore the recent npluakm is tha tore ret of th Georgia, intimates that the Americas war veasela are not quite so formidable aa they look. It aaya there are- - defect la tha guns. In tha mar chlaery which works them, and In thn hulls which carry them. Aa the war vessel a of other nations, however, have had simitar or worse mishaps, tha defects, if there be any, must be widely x Leaded. Newspapers and public men are not quite ao fra la the European countries la expressing ' their views about tha armies or navies of their own tanda aa they are In the United Btataa, and thla reticence probably conceals many things which. If disclosed, would disturb th public. however, even la Germany, as seen from two hooks printed in the pant year or two. Inside Information la divulged about th army and tbs navy which ahosra that that greatest of the world's military powers haa defects ia both of tho fighting arms of lla service which ahows that tha United State does not stand alone In thin unpleasant relation. mis-hap- A. J. Waterhouse, w riling of the Columbia wrack, marka as a boro Mayhslla Wat son, the slitssu-ysar-olgirl, who kept a woman afloat In tho d water almost two hour, until help deed cams and both were rescued of heroism almost unequaled. But there la a revere aide to thla picture, la the course of her two hours struggle against death for the life of another, she asked several men to assist her, but, aaya a dispatch, "they all refused." Query: What sort of manhood in wo engaged In develop-- , lug In thla country at tha present time? There . was a time when America prided herself epoa her son. Hu that time passed, and are wa principally rearing cowards and pot troona at the present time? If ao, are yon ono of tho prevalent atock? Thla question should Interest any man who worthy of th name, of that girl child battUn la tha waters tor tha Ufa of another, and of thoeo craven cura refusing to assist her, tha blood holla with righteous Indignation. In man hood's name, what sort of a brood of arangrelf la beginning te characterise America? Bob years ago a Trench trann Atlantic steamer went down off our eastern coast, and tha Preach seamen thought only of themselves, pushing ud hurling the men and women passenger hack to death. In nil language that wa knew wa vlnlted our contempt upon thou craves Preach men. and directly or Indirectly suggested that Americans woulJ not have been gdllty of such shameful eewardioe. What do yon think 4 tha matter now? la the light of tie surrounding Mlsa Watson's heroic deed, do yon rtill feel inclined to throw brickbats of scorq at tha French? If, In the Ion of La Bnargeyaa, certain Frenchmen proved themselves to he leas than men, what did thou Americans who refused to help a girl In her struggle fur tha Ufa of aa unknown woman? Wa would better beware, nr wo shall forget that art of being men which our sires and grandslres knew ao well. BA MPLE OF RUSSIAN The soldier interprs'ed this as aa and defended themselves with their bayoaeu and the butts of their rifles. The prisoners struggled to reach rail No. la tho corridor, and in his cell they were fired npun by the chief Jailer and wanlera with revol"I vers, th chief Jailer, shon.lng: sill kill all the politicals," and taking careful aim. apparently wits the of hilling tho against whom b had n special grudge. Seven prisoners were killed on the spot, two mortally woundel, and eevcral more wounded less seriously. Tho slaughter was only stopped by the officer la charge of the soldiers, running out at the noire and protecting. These are tha facts of tho disturbance with tho government and Its agents were pleased ta call n matin, established by tha evidence targe number of witnesses. The prisoners Involved In tha disturbance thoseof them who were tried this week by still livingc-wa- ra court martial la Riga. Ona of the Jngdea was an officer who had net on field court martial la aplt of M. Btolyplaa expreaa premia that tha trial ahold be public, the sittings of tha court were held with closed doors, not even th relatives of th prisoners were admitted. The counsel tor the defease were rudly interrupted by the Judges, and prevented from stating their dienta case. Word was aent them that they need not speak at length, seeing that their pleading would not effect th decision of tha court. Tbs medical export whe had testified that tha wounds of tho warder who was thrown In tha first tussle were alight, intimidated by tha Judges, declared In court that the wounds were very serious. The soldiers stationed In the prison corridor were Armenians and Georgians, who did not nndcretaad Russia aad had only th vaguest Men of what was going on before their eyes. The documents of tho preliminary Inquiry contained the alleged evidence of these eoldlera deAt livered la th purest Russian. tha trlfl they seeded Interpreter. They declared that If they had under' aloud why tha prisoners ware running la tha corridor, they would pot have attempted to use fores against them, hut no one explained, and tha prison official! did not attempt to rest tin them. Tha court found eight of tha accused guilty of revolting against tha authorities aad sentenced them to doeth. Of there eight, whose participation In th Initial struggle ta not proved, the majority are nut political hut criminal offenders. Such la Justice In Russia now that tha fact that they are ant "poliUcala taaasne tha Improbability of appeal being allowed. But ta order that Juatioa of the Riga type may ba executed ta more impenetrable darknesa. General has threatened to refuse admission to Riga In the future to two BL Petersburg lawyers who played n pro minent part la tha defense. Eight men condemned to death for participation in tho Riga prison disturbances have been executed. atrai-- a JUSTICE. True Story of a Prison Mutiny and Ita Rscults. On the awning of April ISth last several of the prisoners confined ik the Riga Central prison were let out uf their cells to wash In tha lavatory. Among them were political offenders, whe. It Is stated had planned to escape. One or two of them rushed at the warder In charge and flung him to the ground, where he lay motionless. A prisoner In alarm, cried out: "The warder ta kill; wa are all lost. The rest of the prisoners rushed In great terror Into th guard room, which was near at hand, ia order to seek refuge. Her they found eight drinking ten. Th soldiers attacked th ptisonera, threw hettlee at them and a fra fight ensued. In the course of which th prisoner wrenched away tour rifles from tha soldiers. With these rifles they rushed out into th corridor, and the soldiers fired from the guard room. The prisoners THE CORRUPTIONISTS. In turn fired down the corridor not In the direction of tho guard room- -in order to prevent attack,. then threw There are two sldr to ell quest inns. We have all heard of tha crimes of down the rifles and escaped to their where they hid themselves under the miners of Colorado. Their short- cells, tha mattresses. At thla polat tha ao- were well aired in the liar-woo-d coming trial, but here ta the other aide the Mine Owner. Judge Iioa Lindsay of Denver, writing to a California paper, aaya: "Colorado ia rotten, and getting constantly worse. It la absolutely la the hands of thn criminal rich. Their crimes are driving people uf both parties into socialism and I IIH anarchy, if Moyer and Haywood are guilty and deaerva to hang, then Guggenheim and William G. Evans, the Republican boas, deaerva hanging mure than they do, for the crime of Kvana and Guggenheim are more far I know that Guggenheim reaching. and Evan are vile, and every one In but what known it, caa be dona to get subh men Into the penitentiary when they own the legislature, both political parties, many of the Judiciary mud the pres of the atate?" Judge Lindsay la one of tha men of Colorado aad hit verdict on the political corruption in that state explains much. When large body of the people come to recognize uch conditions In n state, they lose confidence la the government and the Judiciary and their minds turn to deeds of violence as th only method of pro- - rs k work." ROSEBERY Moller-ZalloiBet-tk- PRIZE GIRLS IN LONDON. Beautlsa of State of Ohio Entertained In the British CapItaL v I. ... ' 34 MAIN ON RHODES What n subject for eom Walter Savage Landor of the future is sug gested lu (be tone of a conversation, sot imaginary, but waiting for tha Imaginative writer to fill In the outline and lay on tbs colors, which Lord Rosebery, the other day at Oxford, aa having taken place between hlmsalf and Cecil Rhode, to whom ho was unveiling g' memorial tablet! Rhodes, it seams, had been speaking, as ha often did, with a glowing enthusiasm of bla hopes of posthumous fame. And Lord' Rosebery, la no tass charstcerlstlc mood, argued against if tho cherishing of anch bopqa, they ware th mere Idle pursuit of u elusive shadow. . Of all the reputations which nrd. Bnpposed to survive In history, how many excite th moat fleeting emotion or' even' denote any distinct personality to tha average man? But even If thla 'were not ao, a glance at the thousands of worlds we see rolling through space, m which It may he that myriads of puny Insects Uke ounelvts are buoying themselves up with similar hope of ini' mortal fame, ta enough to quench ambition wiflT an ley sens of the pettiness of human effort in tho vastness of life. Rhodes, with that iron grip on th concrete and that passionate vitality which "(lamented the man, wept the pica sway aa ao much But whan the hand of sophistry. death lay culd upon hla heart hla confidence faltered. "So little done so much to do" that was tho burden of hla last days, and he declared that the ambition which was with him and fenced him ta like a coat of mall, wherever he went and whatever he weighed endured, was hollow; It In the balance and found wanting But Lord Rosebery, like Rhodes, has at last made n return upon himself. He thinks now that Rhodes, In the flush of health and the pride of life. Judged more truly of the value of fame than when hla strength ud buoyancy were ebbing away. Lord Rosebery, in navelllng a memorial to tha founder of the Rhodes Scholarships, wa under obligation to pay some tribute to tha greatness of his old friend. But ho seema to have made a mistake in challenging, If ha had been content to u ' Tha priia girls ia Ohio, exhilarated and expectant, have reached London. London was tha exciting and of a memorable day. Th Ohio girls are ebovs timings, patriotic, but during tho beautiful drive from Warwick to Btratford-on-Avntour or five of them to the wavered la their allegtanc United States. "1 thought. said one, "I could never bear to Uvs away from home. ' "As for me," said another, "with nil then beautifn! hedge and eotUgea and green meadows, 1 Just want to nay nothing and go on being thankful 1 am alive." aa Sunlight made Stratford-on-Awexquisite picture when thn carriage containing the girls arrived. Shake-pearand all pertaining to him wu tha dominating thought, hot tha party gave an Incidental thought to Miss Maria CorellL They thought they would like to we her. One young lady, greatly daring, suggested that ha might even come forth, escort them round, and show them th sight So tha carriage pulled up in front of Min Corelli's house, ud Colonel Wilson. tho lender of thn Prty, went up to the door to ask for her. It was a disappointed parly which learned that the authoress wu not In at the moment. But they forgot their disappiont-men- t in their delight at tha Shaken pear relics. In the birthplace of the poet there are notices up that tha ceilings and walla era not to be touched. A demure hrunette read them carefully, then she sought for her data her "grip and proceeded to a ST, BALT LAKE CITY Ogdea 457 Wash. Logan, 47 N. Main Park City 36! Mata Provo, a Centre TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN; FREE WITH PLATE No difference Whs you pny you . get any bettor a any prioa. Gold Fillings Bet of Teeth ...Si up (Best Silver ud Amalgam I? Rubber) 75c A Good get for H Fillings Cement Fillings ........80c Bridge Work Rest $150 to 15 Porcelain Fillings .... Gold Croons. 2ZK 83 AO to 8 lfi YEARS PROTECTIVE GUARANTEE Fra Examination and Advice Honest Work, Fair Dealings nuh our Sucres Continuous. Opaa till 8 p. m. Sue days 10 to E Lady Attendant Guarantees Gsed at any f aur Five Olfioea. 81-0- good-lookin- g a n 1907. u did ao. n Inter-mouutsi- ' g Mor-gun- 31, shape of a splloter from the fluor. Itey rod back te Warwick singing snatches of Bunge, waving buds w llt'-Lchildren In tha streets, ud exf claiming how beautiful England was. They began to talk stout English people in the course of the day. "They are of aa inquiring turn, anyway," said a lady from Columbus, Ohio. Thvy watch us through the carriage window if we were curiosities. Threepence a look ta my charge hues forth." "Tha people ara very nice," said another, "but 1 havent seen A man s ac 1 left the states." "Too many mustaches," said another little lady. "1 wouldn't marry a man with mustaches fur anything." They cams to London, thrilling with thoughts of tho greatest city In tha ! world. They stepped tram tho train Into th midst of a crowd that had As they gathered to receive them. entered the closed carriage awaiting barlt- - ; them the crowd cheered thr-ly. and tho girls waved their handkerchiefs ia response. Oa reaching their hotel they had dinner aad rested themselves In preparation tor their London toqr. Mias Alice Mulligan, one of th Ohio girls, wrote for the "Daily Mall" the following Impressions of tha day. Aa Imprcaaloa written by on of the party will he published in tha Daily Mall" each day during their stay ta England: "Fur the first time w had a sample uf good British weather, Miss Mulligan write. "It wu a treat, and It made Just dellhgtful tha drive between ami Warwick aad Stratford-on-Avon- , gave us tha opportunity of seeing just what a beautiful country England can he. The cottegea were charming and what lmpreeaed ua wu the night of tha old oak hums in the brickwork and tho diamond leaded windows. Then there were tha roaes in the gardens. They were marvelous to us, because, , apart from thou grown nndar glass, w only have a The kind of brier ton at horns. poplea grow wild hare .too. Wa have to plant thw it hop. The fascinating old church and tha things at Stratford brought a feeling wa cant describe. It was a kind of achoul-buoThing we had feeling. and learned about and dreamed of suddenly becoming real. It wu mixed up with n kind uf sacred sensation. Fancy walking oa tha asm flagstones as Shakespeare walked on! "Wo liked very much an English girl driving a dogcart herself. She was dressed In white, end was tha first stylish w have met since w left home. She waved her whip to ns. glrL Jut Ilk na Americas "W have ten n good many English are Jut girls, and their complexion lovely and they touk sweet; but we cant any what we really think of them until wa have' talked' to them aad heard what thay have got to uy. On the thing which hu surprised ns tawear way giria of fifteen or sixteen thrlr hair loose down their barks, la our country they braid ft and tic it np when they ere tea or eleven. Then we are extremeriy surprtad at aelng women working In the fields Wa don't send our women out to this to mean that they were all to go to their own cells, and Dumber rushed duwn the corridor, uiding i lielr hands in the air as they bad been cuin tunneled to do by the thief jailer. Soldiers were by this time stationed ta the corridor, and the prisoner, la order to get pant them, pushed their rifle aside, atumbl-inoicr the rlflc-- ua tha fluor as they ndrraim-- d What are the people of Ogdca to do tor eoal this coining fall and winter? Tbs summer scpply la ahsrt; ahai till the sinter supply ha? Thera ia talk of tbs Urns Creek mines being Mined o an csteaalve . scale. They are not far beyond Coal mine. of a but the nesiicss Mblcas it Is within reach of teams from thla city, offers but small consolation for the coal, ouce loaded on railread cant receives a general distribution throughout tha territory covered by railroad. During a period of great distress, coal could ba hauled from the Grass Creek mines, but the cost, at present, ia almost prohibitive. I'nf jrtunate fur us, there la not a railroad through Ogdsa canyon to tha coal measures beyond la Wyoming. Thera should be and .soma day there will he as the Burlington and push westward. Tha town of Croyden, were It double IU present nine, might help sustslu a trolley line to Ogden. Ia that event aa extrusion to tbs dal fields around Coalville would follow and In that way Ogden could be made seeure la the matter. Hut antii some such solution la afforded, Ogden la compelled to share with the other clttea ta the the misfortunes that are to come from n coal famine. , dig up n souvenir iu the lve participation., of th prisoner in mo disturbance aided. Tha chief jtuler mads bis appearance with n body of soldiers, sad ,a was ruada is tbs cells. In one 11 more than th usual umber uf prisoners were found, and tha chief Jailer shuuter fur them to go. They corrup t th baton of noarlv ilunists sr eoun all th class disorder la thla refute, put him la fall. I'nder h caouut be ovnt the Moo tana aa engine of try. to the terrar io Ike hobo ia oilier autre. If he IDE test EDNLDA , JULY UTAIJL OGDEN, case of 3 dozen bottles of Beckers Beer, only $2.50 net. .Extra bottle of pure California Wine free with each have a nice case. Go to it, time Life is too short. A old-timer- s; Phone Orders Promptly Delivered KOHN LIQUOR CO. lnd.415 Bell 791 -- Z ta organislassly and prematurely, the verdict of combtamtluni are foremost ing combination aad trusts of their apeak only of Rhodes tha man often own. Wurklngmea ta their unions, wantonly maligned and mtajndged milkmen, coal dealers. Icemen, denand Rhode tha founder of a tists, doctors, nearly all classea of academic endowment, everyone would hare hastened to bury with merchants, dealers ud professional him In their thoughts, for the time, men, have agreements to maintmia yet every one of thest th evil which lives after almost ovary prices or fees, much a violation of agreements ta great actor oa tho world's stags. But the an taw Sherman utl-truIn appealing to the hiatorta standard agreement between the railways nr historic parallels, Lord Koaetory between ud any Una of manufacturers to awakened the atom critical sense, maintain rales or price. Jasper la which la naturally aa unwelcome In- Leslie's A Weekly. truder ta rack dreumatuoea. whimsical Idea suggests that wa should have received much the aama impression aa Lord Rosebery made, if w had boas listening ta eighteenth century Oxford to, say, tha ehivalroua brilliant Windham, who might ud ha paying a tribute to Lord North, and defending him from attacks npoa tha motives which inspired hla American policy. To mako tha parallel a little more apt, wa will Imagine that the United States had been preserved, Just ta the nick of time, to the British Crown by a large and generous meaa-ur- e of conciliation, totally reversing the principles by which Lord North had alienated ao fatally the colonies from tho mothsr country. Tho auImaginary occasion dience, at such We are going out of the might have gathered much the same Grocery buaineiM. That ia Lord Rosebery's appeal Impression to history on Rhodes African record the reanon for such low will make upon many of those who prices . on the . following read ft. Of course, Rhodes was a ECONnamed goods, much larger man than North. Aad a OMY to patronise this sale, later generation will be able to distinguish, as wa cannot, between tha not only for Groceries but earlier and constructive, and tho later eareer hla and destructive periods of every department is full of ta South Africa. But Lord Rosebery wu certainly not on such gate ground bargains, In hla general challenge for Rhode ' Mason Jars of a place among tho greatest names of history as when he dwelt on tho noble Inspiration of th man whom Oxford commemorated to bring together from the enda of the earth the sons of empire to th very center of English culture, that they may go missionaries of forth afterwards, peace, good will and brotherhood. mag-nlfloe- u u AT THE ECONOMY SMLE u u Jts INCONSISTENT DEMANDS, Are wa deliberately Inviting an era of low prices ud th hard times that may be expected as their concomitant? It look like It This seema to ba what the people want Curiously enough, every one 1a anxious that the low prices snail not affect him or hla business. Each would Ilk to buy from ha can, very one else as cheaply and sell to every one else at the highest figure. The cattle rangers denounce the aecalled beef trust whenever the tatter reduces the pric of beef cattle. But when the trust raise the price of meat .th public denounce It for Increasing the cost of living. Producers of oil demud that the Standard Oil shall pay liberal prices for the natural product, while every one who hu a monopoly brick to tnraw alma It at tha Standard Oil and demands lower prices for all Its commodities. Workingmen phlla Joining ta the clamor for lower prices are at the aame time combining to demud higher wage. Railroad employes Insist on shorter hours and mure pay, while congress ud tha legislatures are uniting ta a crusade for two-cen- t fares, lower freight rates and higher taxes on all the railways own or earn. The people who denounce trust nd Stone Jars With Givers One gallon Two gallon Four gallon need-histor- y. 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