|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
!? and returning 8:30 p. brevities will leave Lagoon at where three Dr. iVniisce daugh-tei- s and n few friends came In from Chicago on the Overland Limited Tuesday evening on their way to Yellowstone Park. Dr. Murphy is one of Chiof Mary R. Bohinauii. physicians. ,miniratri of the eetate of James cago's most prominent (he Cra.a While here, only an hour or so, Esra teon. deceased. vs defend-VlTaaa doctor was the guest of Dr, the the company, Cual n Rich, who showed the distinguished filed a demurrer to the com-ithe sights of the town in an The court. gentleman District the no automobile. has court the that K,ds d SlSSlrtlon of the person of the A special train from Cache Valley that the aimed facte Ogdea Tuesday. The guffleient to constUute n cauae passed throughsome Tut! excursionists train carried of action. hound for Baiuir. yee-Jdmarriage license clerk laaued The special train bearing Julius to Heauton toe county the iTcuUii. Sed . nod Ftorent Bins-j.g- Kruitschultt, traffic manager of NeHarrimua lines, was delayed ia 18. both of Ogden. vada by a small accident on a freight train Just ahead of the special. The and haa gone hunting T Wright P freight train headed this way had a 10 Morgan county. fishing car with a split wheel. The accident one mile this aids Thomaa Mercer and hie eon, Thomas took place about after a three weeks' of Loray. As there are no side lines t, have returned nd fishing trip la the Bear or switches pearby. the freight train, UL legion. Mr. Mercer aaya they standing as it did aon the main line, few hours. blocked traffic for moat enjoyable time. had rJk E-VA MIXER: tuvii.irj TT A II. CODEX, TliriPAV, AllUST Su the injury li'as u was ? iu uJiuin.s'i-- r e:h. i. The young lady was very pluck and Is getting iiicnt; nictly. painful ncctitvs: ul Dr. J. & Murphy, wife, MOrNINfi L. K Austin, former principal cf the Ogden High Thurstor a visit with i dative lC day ;j. dale. Mich. After a then vacation he will to South Du kul a. where be haa accepted a haiilnn in dn normal work at he state nurmul sUiuol of that aiaie. - j ar d Alonso Eastman, who haa two broth' ora living in Ogden, was found dead toVshack at 838 W. First South. Salt o'clock yesterday ELke City, at The body was In an advanced stage of decomposition. The Southern Pacific ticket office haa received tha schedule of rates for the meeting of the National Irrigation Congress at Sacramento. The fare from Ogden and return Is $27.85 and tickets are good until October 31. The congress meets September 2nd William Haywood and Chaa. Moyer to 7th Inclusive. this win to through Ogdea early Lak-The rout 8glt Owing to the lncrrsae of business in Horning, ate to he accorded a reception Idaho, the Oregon Short Line haa put unions. labor on a new train running between Pocin fialt Lake by the atello and Huntington. It is called the was .filed yesterday Idaho Express. It makes connection A complaint tor counsel Corn, with the Yellowstone Special. A perbr Maglnnlc Christens Tracy, who brings action son leaving Ogden at 8 oclock p. m. Railroad win arrive In auinst the Union Pacific Huntington the next tor $30,000 for the death of day at 13:48 noon. There will be no WllUam McCabe, at Cheyenne, June 8, changing of cara at Pocatello, nor 19uT. any delays as heretofore. The new train begins August 1st the manager Robinson, mni. h. of the Esther Hooper Cm, who are to W. C. Shoemaker, travelling freight near at the new theater at Sylvan and passenger agent of the Colorado of word this morning Pirk received home Southern and the Fort Worth A Denthe death of hia wife at their Robln-sover, with headquarters xt Salt Lake, n t Walnut Creek, Calif. Mr. waa in Ogden Tuesday. left foe there on today's Overland Fiver. He will return about August C. F. Osborne, travelling passenger 11th and will at that time go ahead agent of the Erie railroad with headwith tha completion qf ths theater. quarters at Denver, paid Ogden a visit At 7 oclock Thursday evening Prof. Tuesday. ascension balloon a make will Garda at the Sanitarium, and Ogdea canyon. A Rexhouse party of tourists came Other features have been provided by In from the north of yesterday and went the and opening the management east over the Rio Grande. the resort promises to be an enter ear comtaining event. The street number of According to the Mazuma Herald. pany will place an extra George M. Hanson, formerly of Og can on the canyon line. den, but of late running a hotel at The census of school children with- Seven Troughs, Nev.. is in a lair way in the city limits will be completed to make a fortune. The Herald aaya: by the end of the week. An estimate "George M. Hanson, proprietor of the of ths Fourth ward shows an increase Seven Troughs hotel, Is the hacker of the Hanson lease on the Fine Gold of fifty children. claim of the Fine Gold company's block The Modern Woodmen of America, ground. The lease embraces together with the Royal Neighbors, (wo on the claim. The lease has the give a ball this evening ut Syl- Kindergarten formation an.l is already van park. The ladles give a basket Is ora assaying $30 to $80 in value, lunch at 7 o'clock p. m.. Just before but this Is being thrown on the dumps, as it is expected to shortly encounter the dance. ore of a much higher grade which will suit Mrs. Frankie Thomas haa filed be shipped as soon as extracted. The for divorce against her husband, John feet mid drifthaft is down fifty-tou- r R. Thomas, on the ground of failure to ing toward the hanging wall is In Geo. B. Blyke, western representative of the Caxetteer A Guide Maga-alnpublished by colored men, is in Ogden for a day cm his way to Logan. Three Japs, W. H unfit. H. Hifioka and K. Magatna. were arrested at 8:13 yesterday morning by Sergeant Tout, Detective Hutchens and Officer Cooper, after a lively tussle that promised to terminate seriously for toe foreigners. They were too badly injured to appear in police court yesterday. When first sighted the Jups were engaged in a fight near Lincoln avenue, on Twenty-fift- h street. They were disturbing the peace and quiet of the morning with wild cries and the officers wera not lung In Interfering, it was with difficulty that they were separated. The officers were threatened, but succeeded in avoiding injury. One of the Japs is thought to be seriously injured. FRUIT GROWERS We want your peaches and apples. Call and get boxes to pack them la. THE H. L. GRIFFIN CO. Cheap round trip rates to amee-towExposition ela Rio Grand West ern R'y, on sale daily until Nov. 30th. Phones 104 and 115. Constipation causes headache, nausea, dissiness, languor, heart palpitation. Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't curs. Doan's Regulets act. gently and cuts 35 cents. Ask your constipation. druggist. JULY EXCURSIONS. Vis Colorado Midland To Chicago, Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City and Intermediate points; also Colorado points Ons fare plus two dollars for tha round trip. Return limit October 31st, On sale July 18th and 35th. Writs L. H. Harding, Salt Lake for full particulars. pro-gre- . provide. The district court haa appointed Christine Trary administratrix of tha estate ef the lata William McCabe... Ely News: Miss Mollle Fulmer mot with a very painful accident. She waa walking In .front of Fulmer A Ives building In Ely City, when she stumbled into a ditch that had been dug for laying water pipes. The fall dislocated her ankle, the injury proving very painful. The young lady was .taken to the Cumberland hotel, . The local G. A, R. hat Joined with the Women of Woodcraft for an excursion to Lagoon over the Oregon Short Line, August 13th. The speo-ia- l train will leave Ogden 8:80 a. m. GO TO PRISON. July 31. Former Judge BANKERS Chicago, Abner Smith and Gustav Burrow, both of whom were recently convicted of fraudulent banking practices la connection with the telluro of the Bank of America, were todav ordered to commence immediately service of their penitentiary sentences , They were at once taken into custody by s deputy sheriff. 1007. ftroat anl thanked the profcstii LAWYERS IN n tor jc;-:-k before he clvarod h:e the kinJ remarks end siucerc vxyiv.-sinu- s .f praise. Only a Few Days III of Bright's Then be n;iu: il Dissass. 'district court" for the delight o' h x own ears, aufi took on the stern look li"i'i the effec of acute Bright's of a co'.iuuitiiug ctsgiiernie. The spell as broken and the uuuibers of the dtatSM-- . .iotin C. biliUiK. axed S'l, son of Hr uud Mrs. J. C. Gilmore, died bar filed solemnly ui. Tuesday night at 11 o'clock. Funeral service will be bold ut 3 WAR BETWEEN EHEEFMEN o clock at the Fourth ward.Friday Interment will take place in the city cemetery. Battls Fought Between the Herds rs The disease was first noticed by Mr. of Two Camps Gilmore, Saturday, put he did nut think of it until Tuesday has received infer morningseriously Joxtph S. when he waa confined to his mailuu by telephone that the Nein-si- l bed. Aimust immediate! he was seisLivestock company of Evaustun ed with palus that robbed him uf conmixed one of tbeir wether heics with sciousness. until Tuesday afternoon uue of tho 1eery ewe and lamb ber.la when a change for ths better occuron foe opm government Monte Crista red. However, he sank rapidly until township which is situated ia Rich death brought relief. and Weber counties about forty miles John Giluiore was born In Ogden northeast of Ogden. and was know a to a aids circle uf it seems that there are many herds acquaintances. He was employed at owned by d:ffeiwiit persons on the Cave's Drug store and was considered cipen township mentioned, and that the a capabls young druggist. Nepousii Livestock company haa about twenty-fivherds lu that localACTIVE MARRIAGE MARKET. ity including four or five wether berds. Mr. Peery lias four herds of ewes Mere Than Eleven Hundred Couples and lambs there. Made One Since January 1st The 'phone message was that the Neponsil representative notified one Salt Lake, July II. Salt Lake is of Mr. Peery's herders that he would a good place for the consummation him move two his sheep of courtships. It Is not a community days to give way and the herder refused to move. of bachelors nor spinsters, politeness Also ons lioojier, from Norte Caro- forbids the word The record lina, and a Nepoustt foreman, about In the county clerk's office shows that the same time came to another TVery blushing couples visit the "license" ramp and threatened to drive his corner almost every day la the year wether herd on the Beery bed ground. and in hordes during tha month of Christiausen. the herder tor Beery, Juns when as many aa a score of lisaid he wouldnt do it. That night the censes are issued in one day. There Neponsit dry herd was mixed with re days far and few between which e tha Peery ewe and lamb herd on the see no blushing and advance Beery bed ground, and the next morn- blushing ing Christiausen and Hooper met. towards Howard King, the clerk, and It it reported Christiansen remarked, announce that they want "to be mar "You have got what you .have been tied. The Brat of January of this looking tor," and Hooper said. "What's year' saw bo such couple before the " Christiansen said. license counter In the county clerks that, a "Yea" Whereupon litv-pe- r begin office. But auow and Ice and cold wearing tt Christiansen in anger and bleak winds could not shake tha decame at Christiansen with a knife. termination of couple appearing on He was persuaded to put the knife the following day. Tills couple drew down and a fight ensued in which license No. 3504. Bines then (hey Christiansen gut Hooper down. Both have been going like bottles of medmen were battered considerably. icine at a patent medicine ahow. A Mr. peery sent word to the men couple, appeared yesterday and drew working lor him to take hia sheep license No. 4611. A simple proceaa of way from the country at once and subtract Inn shows that the process of not to have any further trouble. He martial addition going on since the admits that he cannot contend against first of the ear has reached the hand: the superior, force, and has no desire some tofal of 1107. to lake the law Into his own hands. Eleven hundred and seven, one To stay might probably result lu thousand, one hundred and seven coubloodshed. made happy! Multiplying' by Mr. Peery says that he will Investi- plet two the result obtalued is 8314. Two If he thousand two hundred and fourteen gate fully the report and. that finds tt to he true, he intends taking souls made Joyous But aa each couthe matter up tiefore Judge Marsh nil ple is made one, the first figure, 1107, in tha Culled Stales court with a view is must promlneuL Eleven hundred to obtaining damages for the mix-uand seven homes have been created aad te see wdist redress sheepmen store tha first of the year! Surely tha have on the open domain. Mr. Piery little fellow with bow and arrow and la firmly convinced that the open very Utile clothee is a busy youngMonte tristo township should be put ster In Salt lobe! Ths average numIn the reservation with government of- ber of couples united in marriage ficers hi charge. As it Is, the range since January 1 is ever six per day. Is being killed out by overcrowding This l a total of about IMiO a year. and overstocking, and the small sheep The different commercial dubs might owner has little show to grass against uae these figures la the pamphlets the organisation of a large outfit that they distribute throughout the ctnm-tr- y to mnnopollie the might determine to attract people to Utah. Btates ' open range. where women have to go gunning for te Probably If.mpcr win bo arrested husbands and where meu have and tried tor aaaault with a ileadTv dsra their socks would contribute s weapon, and also be put under bonds heavily to the Influx of to keep the peace. th'J constantly coming toward west The Idea could be carried out in detail; pamphlet Illustrated with Tow-81. of County Clerk Eldredge's Mont., George July Bulls, pictures er, under arrest here for complicity I office in Balt lake, with Howard King uf the North CoasL Uni- passing a filled license te a happy ia the hold-uof ted on the Northern Pacific. May 7Ut, looking couple on the other aide be and the mufdcr of Engineer Clow, to- the counter. The pamphlet. might recday confessed knowledge of the crime. tilled Come to Utah which has He lays the murder to suspect bold ord of 3.300 happy endings of hopeful courtships every year." t Columbia river, Oregon, cilkiee cud sccirtfi POLICE COURT de-an- A. M. Van der Vlies, traveling deputy state fish and game commissioner, went up Logan canyon Sunday. At the crest of the Hercules dam a lad whs had a fishing license had gone a little beyond the line of waters set apart aa a fish reserve, and Mr. Van der Vlies confiscated the fishing tackle. A little farther up tbs river Andrew Nyman. Jr., was treated likewise for fishing with a spoon hook and halted Look attached to one Une. and for having in possession trout under measure of seven Inches. Two other lioys, Richard McNeil and Erastus Neil son, were charged with fishing without the required license. 1, HALF A DOZEN OF THEM BEFORE JUDGE GIDEON. I't-er- They Praise the Court and Escaps , Jail Wasa In tha Naturs of Surprise. Representatives id the bar association filed into police court rstertlay, unannounced and unexpected, but not unprepared tu conduct a little felicitation that took temporary Judge Gideon unawares They sat In the Jury box, profound locking, neatly dressed sad with speeches sticking from their pockets Before Judge Gideon set the morning police court machinery to running. Attorney Heywood rose, smoothed out the folds of his coat, adjusted his eye glasses, uud relieved himself of the following speech: Pardon us Your Honor, fur departing. at this time, from the business of the morning. 1 know this is unusual. but we have gathered here to congratulate you on your appointment to the municipal bench. Your Judgment, I am certain, will be unbiased and impartial, fair to all and tempered with mercy and Wurthy of the knowledge you have of legal procedure. Judge. Gideon straightened up In his chair a perceptible Inch. Light began to spread over his face, but tha half formulated speech which came to tils Ups waa checked by tha address of Judge Henderson. Said Mr. Henderson: "You have been honored and we feel It to be our pleasure to commend the appointment. I hope to see you progress from benrh to bench until you occupy the leathern bottomed, upand holstered, easy chair in the district court. Per aonally, 1 can guaranies that every lawyer in this city will receive fair treatment at your bands." His Honor fsiriy besnisd. The atmosphere of the court room had suddenly undergone a change. The thei ammeter jumped 10 degrees. If any of as bars cases now is the time to try them." observed Attorney Kimball, next In lino to Henderson. "It reminds me of the Irishman." and he proceeded te tell of an Irishman whose lawyer wsa temporarily appointed judge of the court which had jurisdiction over his esse. "I can add my endorsement to the remarks of my brethern.' spoke AttorWa are acquainted with ney Pratt you. Tour Honor, and count you as one of ns, notwithstanding your exalted position and wa have nothing but the moat profound respect fur your ability." "It gives ma unalloyed pleasure to behold you, placed, sa it were, Upon a throne of preeminence and distinction. You are fit to dispense Justice and 1 unite with my fellow lawyers in wishing you a meteoric career," aid the district attorney. Attorney 1 eaea tiger also contributed his eloquence and praised 'the new ' Judge. The mercury "'broke through the stem of the thermometer. The raised the windows and turned mi the electric fan. Judge Gideon, bathod in the encunluius of his leas favored brethren, tor thirty coo- - e old-mai- groom-soun-to-b- e mlx-up?- p home-seeker- 1 p THIEVES A IN DARING ACT THEY POSSESS THEMSELVES OP A LARGE GRIP. Whan Pursued They Maks Uaa af a Gun and Escape Capture, A plump looking grip at tha' war of a Japanese store oa Twenty-fiftstreet attracted the attention ut two thieves yesterday at noon and soon thievss and grip were doing a fast dip through the block in the direction of Twenty-fourtstreet Although the grip was recovered, the robbers made a successful Jim Blackwell, aa expressman, stationed on Twenty-fiftstreet saw tha men pick up the grip, but before he could cry out an alarm they had disappeared into the block. Without waiting to call tor aid, he l$f: hia wagoa and pursued the men. Thev raa through the Utah ft Oregon lumber street yard, crossed Twenty-fourt- h and dodged back of a bill board frontwhirled ing the road. Blackwell around the billboard and was brought te a halt by ons of tha thieves who thrust u gua to his body and commanded him to "sneak." He did so without any parley or hesitation. The arrival of officers again put tha men to routs and their fleetneaa of toot placed them out of danger. The grip was found In tha rear of the sign board, with the bottom cut opea, but tha contents untouched. It was returned to the Japanese store. While they were in flight a good was obtained ef the thieves, which may lead arrest. h h get-awa- h . . ir IN POLICE COUNT Yeung John Drysdsls la Bound Over te District Court. in police court yesterday, John Dryadala was arraigned on a statutory charge and bound over to tho district court, at tho Instanoo of tho county attorney, with ball fixed at 1500. The complainant in tha case ta tha mother f a tbrae-yearolbaby whom, tt is alleged, Drysdsls brutally assaulted. The defendant himself is but a boy barelv in bis teens' G. W. Brooks, on a charge of disturbing ths peace, pleaded guilty. Ho petitioned for mercy, however, and alluded to hia past upright life, his diligence as a workingman, and his general condition of snbrlety. He attempted to distribute tobacco to hit Incarcerated companions yesterday, and, la view of his disregard for the waa fined he of the guard, Injunction . d $10. The cases of W. Davis, charged with petit larceny, Frank Burns and H. Brown, and John Erickson and James King, charged with vagrancy, waa ordered until Thursday morning. The preliminary examination of N. Deal, on a trkuiy charge, waa cow ducted yesterday. v In tho United KUtes, the state of Pennsylvania especially, there Is no union label more counterfeited than that of tho ctgartniLera. post-pontme- TE m COINCIDENT "In tbla particular big piece which ' went the rounds of tho papera, reference waa made to what tha Gov eraor called hta guiding star tha memory of hia mother's early teachings. 'Nothing remarkable about that. But, horela Ilea the coincidence. Re cently there was a remarkable gath arlng of governor, senators, eon gressmen aad others high of state: and among thorn present waa our orphan boy who was adopted. Tha big piece in ths papers had preceded him, and although ho had never been East before, he found himself the center of much Internet. Modest to a degree, bo rather fled from than courted attention, aad preferred to remain, aa nearly as was consistent with his dignity, la ths background. "Among those who were most Interested In the big place la tha pa- per and most anxious to meet tho man, waa a particular friend of mins. And bo told mo of tho meeting today. "He had beet Introduced to tho Governor before the banquet, but had boon seated at soma distance from him at board, and had had no ehanco to explain his particular reason for wishing to converse private ly with him. "After the banquet he managed, to slaglo the Governor out and get) him over into a quiet cushioned com asr, where he explained that hia. awn life had been to o largo extent coincident writh that of tho Oorsp-no- r. 'In fact,' said he, "if it wore Bot for tho difference la our names, wo might bo brothers, so nearly alike do oor stories run. Aad particular ly so, for that fact that I so thoroughly agreed with you that the, guiding star ef every man's Ufa should he the m emery ef hia moth, X remember er a early teachings my mother telling me that often and often. And I have never forgot It. Ey tho way. Governor, what wsa your name betors you wore adopt GOVERNORS LONG LOST BROTHERS THE DREAM THAT CAME TRUE is a coincidence! Uncle asked Joe?" Mabel, who had almost finished getting her lew M for the next day. Ill not tell you what tha Jk" responded Uncle Joe You can look Jr Story Teller. that up for yourself. But, I will ay that most people use the word lth a wtong idea of Its meaning. For, they attach to It a meaning I do not think It can prop be said to posssH. For instance,rly I have heard people say, i was Just going P to nis office and I met him coming downstairs. Wbat a wonderful coincidence! L As if that was HAT ry won-fierfu- ; "Such uses of tho word attach to It tha idea that however naturally two events may occur at the asms time, the coincidence of itself becomes wonderful, which ia not my Men. Coincidences come in the order of things and are not alnat-Nr- al ways necessarily wonderful, Thev may seem wonderful at first, and; through lark of time and opportunity to investigate their rauee or causae, may continue to aeea wonderful to the end." "Did you ever have any coincidences happen- - to you?, asked Mabel. Lots," mid Uncle Joe. "Any wonderful ones?" furthered Interrogated MabeL "Wall, if you can call a dream coming true a wonderful coincidence, I bars had that, answered Uncle Joe. Bhall I tell you of it Chorus: "Go ahead! "When I waa a boy," began Undo Joe, "wo used to set greet store on Halloween end many's tha goto I've .Although, in after yeera rilled off. been ashamed of such wilful injury to property, uud have tried to preserve rather than destroy. "Well, ons night I had a drtam that a bunch of us hoys pulled off a gate, and that a man with red and gray whiskers Chased us. Bo vivid was tho rsrol lection at my dream, when I awoke I could still remember that man'e face; although I could not remember ever having eea it la life. Furthermore, the ground whereon stood the dreom hone, wee at the time a pennyroyal Botch, and no real house awed there But, inside of a year a house was And, strange to say, the red and gray whJsksrsd man came to live In it. "I waa ton young at tho time to go Into such subjects, hut as I grew older X made rigid inquiries into the matter, and found out from thq original owner that the red and gray whiskered man bad long bad his eye on that particular piece of property aad had frequently Inspected it with a view to purchasing and building. And, a I used to go to that particular pennyroyal patch for Grandma's I came to ths conclusion, and am of it : ow, that I must have seen him there at soma time or other, if only for h fleeting glance. Bo, I dismissed the .wonder of my coincidence. Something over forty years ago," deliberately began Uncle Joe, "A man who lived in Ohio was called to New Orleans on business tor the firm with which he was connected. Those were still perilous times from a business standpoint civil Tho war had Just concluded, but commerce had not fully Itself; and a man never knew from one day to tho next the exact value of his holdings or ventures It was oa a venture the Ohioan made the trip South, leaving at home his wife and two boys tha latter aged respectively eight and ten years. - Tele graphic communication had been and news of the husband and father's sofa arrival at New Orleans had been received at ul his horns. Greet hopes for a business venture were expressed In the telegram. Then came a second telegram. The mother Of the boys was called to Ixralsvflle, Ky to the bedside of her dying mother. She never reached Louisville. There was a railroad accident, aad she waa among ths killed. "Word wne Hatched to the father ia New Orleans, who abandoned his business project at a total Ions; and because of high water, took first steamboat for railroad connections. He sever reached those cos nert Ions. The boiler of the host exploded, and he was among the tnisring.' "Up in Ohio two little brothers, orphans thea, tried to console each other an heal they sea 14. Bat tt'a built' there. shoo-nkeete- r, . suc-ressf- pretty tough when mother aad father are both gone; and one k eight and one la tea. "Adoption? Why, of course. What elsi could there he? The hoys were adopted Into separata aad strange families the war had scattered and separated tho families of their relatives so that adoption by thea was ImpoMibla. "Now, listen to what I am going to tell you now," continued Uncle Joe, lmpreMlvely. "It will serve to I shall strive help you grasp the point to make later oa. "Even through the strenuous war times tha mother of those two boys, though ths father was away fighting most of tho lias haft maiageft Everything unto devote enough time to their moral Sickness. Death. our adoptand mental training to form a foun- fortunate, It seuma And to get out and hustle dation of character which never has ed orphan had fourteen himself at yearn of age. left either, tor both are alive to- for the he was hia name of adopters By day. "Ths younger of tha hoys was known; and by tbit name he has moved to gone through life. family who ."There was a Mg piece about that Illinois flrrt. and from there later on to a more western atae. Ite verve orphan hoy In the papers when he came ta Us family. Baft ueps. nas else left (iwtusw of hia asm adopted by . ad?" Aad "The governor told him. then he Just nfi and threw hia arm around the Gereruer's neck and then both walked off down the corridor ta have a little cry. And you caa't blame brothers who moot under such circumstances "You any, asked John's father, "that you were told that today? Who told you? Was it that distinguished appearing man I saw you with toThe story of his early lire end hard day? Yea," answered Unde Joe. ships, his years of toil and struggle Hia fare seemed familiar to ms" as a young man waa all brought out, aid the children's father, "but hang though not his original name;-an- d he was pointed out as aa sxamplo M If I cua place tt sew. Who M of grit and grim honesty. And It he? Why, I'm surprised," answered Is sold of him that of all ftprigbt, governors la this country Uncle Joe. "You lu politics and today, there Is noas euUaakf him don't know the Governor of jraug own BtaUi" to devotion te duty. .