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U0RXI5G EXAMINED: OGDEN, LTAII, son Sept. 7, the academy will he practically new. The repairs have been made for the convenience of '.he public aud will provide many desirable comfort. ENGINEER CCU1TY CCM3JISSICSERS KILLED TI ESDAY, Al'tirT 20, 190 i. s oj-en- BREVITIES Th. ' Lfceywdy- Jm 2 Moye uke juHphaoB of Box Elder ncU1 JS art forth In the complaint ore - a Parley n. ,m.Suntiy evening, Richardson. rfey ),iif - to the wife elt-poun- d boy. in wlto and riDtata c. C. Brown and have returned from n two tt'ure trip In Cnlitorni. Miller and wife to Homer ta. X, I, , d, I, block , ,S Ann. gjrerdxle I- - Hanaen end wife to H. H. uiu jjsrfi. y jljvtntole Annex, L iow and Mrs. Joseph Beniach, of were the gneeta of Un. H. Kessler, yeaterday. y. Donglae' and wife have return-Yellow-5- a fwm a trip through the Park. They had n delightful w dot. M.rk Brown eang n aolo at the Sunday Hnt want meeting houae end hla ainging waa a feature of ere-ain-c & services- t - Bang of Sheep Damaging Canyon Road. tha train for the benefit of a. i, ke fight enthuainate waa eheduled to arrive in OgJen at T:10 o'clock laat evening. A apodal The county clerk laauefi n marriage kccf yesterday to Charlea C. Hyan and Eva L Meaden .both f Ogdennd both of lawful age, . Judge Howell and hia ateaographer, Elm Eva Erb, have gone to Logan, whero the Judge bolda court the next few daya. of George J. of the late Jay Lake laat oven-te- g He eama unheralded and ia bent glagdno Ocold, BOB a pleasure. Then were aeven auecaaafnl burg hitae la Balt Lake Sunday night The Ut Lakera are being entertained by a part of the gang from Ogden. Bapt Drigga and family have from a vlait to Sliver Lake, when they apent ten daya of fishing, life. aid general d out-do- Mr. aid Mra. O. E. Ohlaon and children have left Ogden on n pleasure trip through Idaho, Oregon, Waahlng-to- a aed California. They expect to be avsyor an indefinite time. daughKatbyn. the ter of Conductor T. C. Hanley, waa Deceitfully operated upon. for appen-elght-yeerol- d A reel, a creel, a hook and line and don't forget a box of THE MOVE JAMES CHAPMAN. WELL KNOWN POLICE RAIDfi SEEM TO HAVE BROUGHT GOOD RESULTS. Met the Wild Animal in the Under-brus-- Sled te Death Prom Half a Detail Burglaries In Balt Fellswing tha Exodus From Ogden. IN OGDEN. CLAWED TO DEATH. h Weueda While near Bear river, ia Wyoming, Jamea Chapmen, engineer on (he Lue Angeles limited, os its run over the Inioa Pacific, we chewed by a beer and so vitally wounded that he bled te death before the arrival of assistance. Chapman was well known in Ogden railroad circles, although for several years hia family haa resided in Evanston. Detail of tha encounter ate meager. It Is thought that Chapman lefi camp early Sunday morning, and strolled off Into the timber alone. While la the thicket he wee beset by the beer and, beiore he had time to defend himself, he wee clutched in the beast's forelegs. His screams for help failed to reach his oumpankme aad he wee finally throws to the ground, bleeding end unconscious, by the enraged creature. Becoming alarmed by hia prolonged absence, his companion commenced to search for him and found hia lifeless body la a narrow trail Bear tha river bank. They shaped aa Improvised lit. ter and oommanced tha Journey to Evanston, where they were expected to arrive yesterday. Had aid readied Chapman ia time his life tsould have been saved. Examiner tloa. of hii wounds showed that none of them were fetal but the claws of the hear tore open a number of veins end arteries, from which the life fluid Sowed until he hied to death. a -- Men-wrin- BACK FBOM VIRGIN County Clerk Report Great Activities in Oil Fields. e, Canid and grandaon Could, arrived la Salt ON BEAR A The county commissioners held a Hollingsworth, elerk ia the foremen's office nt the Southern Pm short session yesterday morning. Commissioner McKay ssti-cifie shops, leaves the old stand on that the 22nd. He will be n elerk in Sup- taenty-fiv- e head of sheep were ia the thereafoffice Mnnsone erintendent ter. Fred has achieved quite e repu- canyon and that they had bea four tation among the shop worker as a days on the road aad that they had a first-ca-ll appearance. These doctor, la n few days ha tired aad worn-owill be looking after reports instead same sheep here ruined the Eden goad after It bad just beea finished. An of injured men. attempt was made to communicate Articles of lucorpoiation of the Car- with Andrew B. Allen, road supervisor ol) Medicine company have beea filed of Eden, about the matter, but the with the county clerk. The eherohold-er-a attempt wig unsuccessful Commissioner Moore reported that Wedell J. H. Donnelp are W. Ion, H. M. Hanson, Angus Kennedy negotiation bed beau concluded with and Dr. J. M. Elliott The capital Joha Ward of Edea about the strip stock is 1100,000, divided into shares cf land the county wished to buy so of SI each. Dr. Elliott in president, as to save building a bridge serosa J. H. Duanellon. vim president end North Fork. As soon as the survey manager: H. M. Hanson, secretary; is completed, the deeds will be signW. B. Wedell, treasurer; Joseph ed. Commissioner Madaea reported that Ches, attorney. aa noon aa the pile foundation waa Henry Mattering Is being held nt the driven at the Slatervllle culvert city jail, charged with the forgery of across Mill creek, the cement would two checks on the First National ba put in. L. M. Nelson, registrar agent of bank. One of them he passed at the FeletaS cafe, end the other wee pick- Huntsville, first district, resigned. Mrs. ed up by the police before It wee paid. Nelson, his wife, was appointed to g fill hia place. The name of Henry Miller, whom Architect F. L. Woods reported that mine foremen at declares le Bingham, waa signed to the checks Foe improvements at the county infirm-tr- y would eoat in ihe neighborhood and the police are attempting to deof fl,700. The plane end estimates termine whether inch a man exists. were submitted and were taken unFriday night a burglar entered the der advisement. St. Lawrence hotel, at the corner of County Recorder J. B. Wsl'ace askTwenty-aixt- h street and Washington ed that he be allowed an extra clerk avenue. Aa Mra. Joeeph Mortensem at fS.OO per day until Miaa Brown rewent out into the hallway on the eeo-en- d turns. Grunted. The eounty clerk waa told to notify floor, tha thug grabbed ber by the neck, She screamed for help and til tha health officers that they were her husband responded with loud calls to comply with the request of the and rushed to her aid. The commo- state board of health regarding retion caused the burglar to release ports of disease. hie hold and take flight, but the for one week. Adjourned whole neighborhood wee aroused in a search tor the fellow. EMPLOYE BURIED All railroad hands, especially in the baggage room, are anticipating with Injured Man Brought Into the City Pram, Mental le. no little anxiety, the rush tfipt begins next month. The cheap rates from all James Cameron, employed on the eastern points to California bagla September let end last two months. If Southern Pacific la the Montello waa brought into Ogden traffic Increases much more then it le round-housat present, the men might well feel on Southern Pacific No. 4 at 1:41 anxious. With the Increased passen- Sunday night and takes to the Ogden ger traffic comes a similar increase General hospital Buffering with a numin the baggage line. Already the de- ber of severe bums, which he had re. pot ia taxed to its capacity. What eelved early la tha afternoon. The the next two months will bring and detail of the accident could not be how It all will be handled .will cer- learned. A report received from the think and huepltel at n late hour Sunday night tainly make someon someone work. was to the effect that Cameron's injuries, though painful, will not prove The Congress dancing hall la under- fetal going repelri that will, when comHEAD BADLY SCALDED. pleted, change the general scheme of the hell radically. An office ia being installed at tha top of the stairway Provo, Aug. Peterson, leading from the sidewalk, and the night watchman nt the 8 larrup candy room ladles' waiting haa been Increas- factory, turned some steam lute whet ed by an additional cloak room and ha thought was an open pip Saturday made more convenient by two exits night The pip proved te he dosed placed close to . the hallway. The nt the other end end the steam caused mens cloak room haa been removed it to burst with the result that Mr. to the east end of the building, where Peterson's bead waa badly scalded. the office need to be end swinging He narrowly escaped being struck on doors have beea placed in the hallway. the heed with a piece of flying pip. The mein room will be repainted end Considerable damage wee done to the papered no that whep the dancing sea candy by the escaping steam. 1 to jodge W. W. Maughna ia due He 1a on arrlTa la Ogden today. the beach ia thla district for a ahmt BY PYed ut T" ud wife M , .fSfntag few n extended vlalt riildAha and northern I tab. Small for. coun- - IS HOLDUPS ARE do-nie- A dlemUaal of the case le asked ere bI"M- Frr-guao- va. Florence L. Ferguson, haa filed aaewer with the ccunty clerk, la which the allegation maJe Toons. -- ln the divorce eeae of Joha M. County Clerk David Mattson hsa re turned from n months' prospecting trip nt Virgin City and the oil territory in the neighborhood of the Ylrgln river, end he has with him samples of the rich oil, end favorable Impressions of the poestyillltlea of the new lend. He reports that about n dosen rigs are ea route to the field. Mattson secured five sections of lend for himself and associates aad leased a hundred acre tract within a mile of the only well ia the Ylrgln Ur ritory. He has a years time in which to do development work and six months in which to avail himself of hi lease. There I coariderabla excitement around Virgin City, aad new comers are arriving dally, but Mattson states that every inch of land within n radius of fifteen miles of Virgin City has been located, so that It la only possible to secure oil ground by paying fancy prices for tt Sine the police made n search of the highways sad byways of the city, picked np all unusual looking individuals. and espelled them from tha dtp, there has beea n let-u- p of crime. Ftor two night no attempts to burglarise residences have beta made aad there Is a decided shortage in the number of suspicious characters prowling around the streets. This shows what can h dune when vigorous action ia taken. While there have been an unusual Bomber of robberies committed, from plain sneak thieving to tbs more nervy arte of waylaying late pedestrians, uiihlu tbs past six weeks, the police declare that at least a third f the te porta gent la to the gtatlon st all bourn of the night have been groundless. The frequency that bee marked the raids of the gang night after night hue o worked on the public pence and quiet that peuple nr alarmed at the slightest noise and hurried burglar calls to the department Invariably follow the scratching of a cat on the door, or the entice of an animal in the beck yard. An extra number of officers have been detailed fur night work to an wer thee calls and la each instance thorough searches are te be made. Last night a fnatie parson called for ea offioer to coma immediately to s residence on the bench. Four officers and the patrol wsgun responded and so scattered were the offioer when they approached the houae that the supposed burglar had no chance ut escape. Bent eo making the flrat capture since the epidemic commenced, they approached cautiously end upon going to tha barn where the robber was reported to ba, they found the owner of the barn, minding hia own business on his own premises. As he turned on the eleetric light whan he first went into the barn, one of hie family concluded that burglars wan around, ao the station waa communicated with. Another call came ia from Read avenue. Scarcely had the informer hung up the telephone receiver he fore the police were on the scene reedy to apprehend the burglar. They caught sight of a suspicious character and followed him to hia arrest ia tha yarda, but subsequent Investigation proved that ha, while drunk had cross, d the porch of a bouse un Bead ave nua. Ihe scare aroused the entire neighborhood. The utmost vigilance ia being main telnafi by tha department, which has beau added to by a number of plain clothes men and special night officers, although It Is believed by the experienced officers of the force that tha Zu Zu for a snack be tween bites. A golden ginger snap with a spicy taste NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ringleaders of the gang have left the city within the laat twenty four hours. The Indications an that many of the thugs left Ogden, Saturday night, after the fires, fearing publio lndlgnv tten and a resort to a vtgUano com. mlttee. Bunday night half a dosen burglaries occurred in Salt Lake end on man was shot. Tha gang had Just time enough to leave Ogden and reach Salt Lake SPECIAL TRAIN FoTfICHT train left Balt Lake over tha Oregon Short Line nt 4:10 last night for Ogden, to accommodate the fight fane who wish to see the Frank Mantell-RubSmith fight The tnln will return to Beit Lake aa soon after the fight aa possible. The mein event la scheduled for 1:10 p. m. The fight to at 141 pounds splitting the purse 00 and 40 per cent Both man have been la training for. the bout for aome time and both seam confident of winning. , Judging from the reports , issued from each training camp it to a cinch fur both men, all of which goes to indicate that there will be a big surman prise bandoJ out, whichever wins. Mantell will be seconded by Itola Sul liras and Smith by Cyclone Thompson. 1 base men have been acting aa sparring partners for taa prln-rip- s Is and are matched to fight la Ogden on Labor day. A special ing feat found ia the West The trestle work does not show tha slightest sign of damage, but on the- ether band seems to grow firmer every day. It is the flll-l- that causes the trouble. Tha huge waves at heavy salt water tear out the earth almost aa feat as it - a to filled in. AU day Sunday two erowu were nt work dumping rock In the gap. The damage done, while not destroying trail service, delayed each train some- what. Bilious? Feel heavy aft sx dinner? Tongue coated? Bitter teste? Complexion sallow. Liver needs waking up. Doan's Regulate cum bilious attacks . 2( cents at say drug store. e. LICENSES MABR1ACE Y ester-- ay the county clerk Is sued a marriage license to William L Frasier, aged 21, of Clinton, and Ruby H. Hadlock, aged II, also of Clinton. Simon Van Boerum, aged 14, and Gunrtja Do Cooyer, aged N, both ef This last eeuple are to ba Ogden. married Wednesday morning in the Belt Lake Temple. Ernest L. Ford and Imul Browning, bulb ef lawful age and- - both of 1 Ogden, Earnest M. W. Jones aad Chari Us A. McGregor, both of Ogden and both of lawful age. The First Ward choir aud the Sunday school had n parcel shower at the Jones residence, corstreet and WashWAVES bUHE LAKE nier of Thirty-thirington avenue, la the midst of the The storm last Saturday that made festivities the license was issued. things rather unpleasant la Ogden, hut yet wee not severe, created no WANT ADS BRING BIO RESULTS. little apprehension on the cut-ofThe wind lashed tbs waves until to their WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS. mad glee, they attempted to destroy the usefulness of the biggest engineer WANT ADg BRING BIO RESULTS. d f. HMMW Story of a Deadly Feud Brought Strangely to a The A By Thomas B. Peaceful Ending jXTTWJTWWWJW W Montfort . eeeeeeeeeeeaS eeeeeeeeeeee I fOowrigfct, UR, by Tbomaa P. lfontfo EB them two old plugs o IS there? the landlord of Maverick hotel asked, poi in across the street 1 grocery drummer, who had b caught ever Bunday in the little Ki sea eowtown. looked up end eew-grissled, gray old men sitting pea fully aide by aide on a good to the shade of a building.dry "Aa mild and quiet aa a pair of It Innocent lamba, the landlord add with a chuckle, "land dwellin toget Uk wee own twin brother The grocery drummer yawned I wok up a paper and began to read. J nta did not Interest him In It was a uncommon thing xprtnc to set a couple of fellows loafing on a village street. "Among the eccentric notions Joe get into hie heed wee one to the effect that this town didn't need no marshal end shouldnt have non. Accordlnly, aa soon as that idea hit him he eent la word to th marshal Invitin' him to resign or move away and savin that he would be up In a few days end would bo under the painful necessity of vacatin the office with hta six shooter If the marshal disregarded bis wall meant Invitation. "The marshal was e young feller, and ha hadn't, never felt any special longing to quit thla world for another that ha didn't know anything about, eo he suddenly decided that he'd give up bis "t "t that's Jest the way Youalwha to, the landlord went on. they , secondhand. " If Mr. Kern y ever ere 'em when they ain't tther. Wherever one goes the ct and whatever one does the at doe Ever since a feller come el TO and put us on to It we been cal wm Dsmoa and Pythlaa. Youve he fell of them chape, I reckon? The drummer nodded. Well those two old cube Is Jeet bL eo for as their friendship got : by each ether through thlrk bln, aad either of 'am would fight wo laat breath for the other. J quirt and peaceable! you would I ursuy think they'd beea raised ug Bunday school and hadn't m tosro toll at nothin but the Bible i heir Uvea. The drummer made no reply, an feg silence followed. At leak hi !:" th landlord emitted e T?1 wouldn't ever guess, i u HJferdly," the drummer answered. so- - I bet each of got n pound of lead In him i tthe other put there, and as I reckon they've bran riher ay about aa complete rould without puttin' th. scan 7JwsR JI T?.in,mn,r began to Show Inter hl pper Mka "tepartlcularn. Uke thla, the landlord Eero that's the ene on ght there -- he used to be a cow n worked on the Triple X tai wt twenty miles south at town, j waa ahore a holy terror. There' . mighty tough cowboy ro iTr ' them days, but the tougl M " end harmless mm compared with Jo. Their II end shoot In wa nt m TVthan Bunday school work w kt ii ongaldo of whet h dom 2: wants'm to consider( any proposition ha baa got to offer along that tin,' he says, he will have to come In and see me jiueaonalty.' About three daya later Mr. . Kern did coma la Down at the saloon he told them why he had come. It waa to convince the new marshal that ho ought to resign and go away. "And I have brought my very beat arguments with me,' he finished, that ain't never foiled as a last resort. "He ahore had them, too - a Winchester and a whole brace of six shooter. And he knowed bow to handle them arguments 'bout as eloquently as any men that ever lived. He Irrigated hia aystem at the, bar, coolly lighted s cigar end then went out to look up .the marshal and pay hia respects jto him. And he didnt have to go ter, either, for he waa scarcely out of the aaJoon whan somebody pointed out Ab Btsndin' on a corner bout half block away. "Are rou shore thats hlmf Joe asked. Td rather net make say mistake and kUI an Innocent man If It can he helped.' " That's shore him,' they answered. "Joe smiled end raised hie gun. Til sorter wake him up, be said. 1 won't hurt him at first hut Jeet call hia attention that fn here.' i "He fired, end th ball cut a lark of hair from Ab'a head. Ah looked around sort ef casual te ae what It meant and the next Instant aent beck aa answer to Joes abet. That answer ef plowed a furrow along th aid Joea head. "From that they went at It la dead earnest. Everybody ole got out ef th way and give 'em a Clear field. There waa't no beckin' down and no runnier on the pert ef neither at 'em. They Jeet stood np than end pumped lead nt nnd Into each other aa end cheerfully aa you pieaao. "After Iwut ten minutes the firin' ceased, and then w an cautiously peered out to see hew It had ended. They was hath down on the grenad, i them Bettin there that u they Used to be two of the tou that ever run the range U''" wet for twe years triad their t torifo kill each they ether. New, wc rre When wa come to examine we fount em pretty badly riddled up, but with no wounds that promised to be tetsL W carried them off, end the doctors petchad 'em up,, and for a long time they remained quiet in had. Borne of ve reckoned the mailer would end there, as they had both shortly bad enough, but the elder mea thought different. One of 'em said: It wont ever tad white they both Hvo. Kern will never glva up. and It's pretty evident Case wont oliher. When they get out theytl be at It again, end they'll keep at K till one of em 1s dune for.' "And It proved that he wee partly -- end, pointing acroaa the air ?'l'r ganglln foliar with a mild ore, a soft voice and a solemn lookin' face happened Into town. Hia name was Ab ever Case, end that's him there on the left. Ah be wee lookin' for e Job, and the town It wee lookin' for e marshal Jest then, a the twe gits together and strikes up, a deal. Ab nays he ain't never been e me rebel but 'lows he can manage It ell right, end the town to flndln It difficult tot get anybody te taka the Jot with Joe Kern end shore death hangtn ever It, ae to apeak. Well Ah to sworn la end puts on the star, and then here comes a invite te him from Jo, askin' him to realgnAb listened, te Joe's met sage, which was delivered by another cowboy, then shrugs hta shoulders and replies' that he don't never accept Invitations , FROM AB'B HEAD. Job end go away to soma plaee wee more conducive to longevity. that he tendered hia reeignetleu and. without weltin' for It to be accepted, Ut out. "After that tlrwe were other, marshals, but none of thorn held th office very long. Aa fast aa they were elected Jo invited them te resign, and they showed respect for hie wishes. Bom of them ware a little alow, though, and ho had to come In and press hie Invitation by firin a few shots just doe enough about their heads to make them nervous and leeeea up th muaclee of their lege. Well things went along that way for Iwut a year; then eua day a Img . cmro-lees- halpteaa, but a m etUl trylsT to shoot m ty - "AS TOOK JOE FROM THE WAGON AND CARRIED HIM IN." right The "cry first time they met after their recovery they took another round of abortin' at each other. "Th result thla time was similar te what it had bean beforo. Both were badly need up. but neither Injured I fatally. "And a for twe years It continued. Every tlma Ju came up to town there wee a hootin' bout. They fought to Mil too, and, both of 'em bein' good hots, we reckened every time one at 'em would fee shore to git It. Bui strung to say, nolthor ef 'em ever did. They riddled each ether ell up, but was never able to git la e fin labia' thy shot "111 git him ytt, though,' Joa Tra Jeet bound to do It bofors I qulL Ab mod the asms declaration, end we wee ell ahor one of 'em would ho killed bofors the thing com to an and. Didn't aeera lllm It could wind up any ether way. Rut It transpired that we waa all entirely mistaken, ea yen con see for yourself. One day, 'bout throe months after the last shnotin' setup end Jest whea w wee expectin' Joe te make another appearance, n covered wagon drove Into town and stepped In front of th mayar's office. The wagon wee from the Triple X and we couldn't understand It bein' covered that way, as w all gathered round te see what It meant. "In th bottom of the wagon wee some strew, end lyin', stretched out ea the straw waa Joe Kero. We ee at a glance that Joe was mighty sick, for he Jeet ley thoro eM moaned end didn't take no notice of nobody nor nothin'. White wa wee etendln there gapin' like e paaaul of Idiots Ab com up wd pushed his way through th crowd te the wagon. We lowed shore as soon aa Ab got hia eyea on Joa he'd plug him, but right thoro we was mlatakeu some more. Ab looks at Joe e minute, then turns to the driver end eeys: " 'What'a the matter at the cusef Smallpox,' the driver replies, Tn shout n half a minute that identical part ef town become rather scarce at population. All of ua except Ab, Joe end the driver happened te simultaneously remember that we had more preenin' business other place end we hurried off to tend to It. ft seemed, as we learned afterward, that Jo hod beea exposed to tho email-po- x somewhere aad that the first thing they knowed he took dawn with IL The ranch wsnt ae fit place for n sick man te stay, e they loaded him up end eent him into town, exportin the mayor t toko him In hand sad de somethin' with him. But It happened that the mayor was away from heme end wouldnt be beck for n week. "Ab studied n little while; then be aid to the driver: "Take him down to my heue m keep Mm and do the beet I can for him. That eeetna te be an there to for It.' 8 the driver sr sat an down te Aba housa, sad he end Ab took Joe from tho wagon end carried him la nnd put him In Ahs bed. Ab turned auee nnd stayed right there with Joe, steepin ea a blanket on the doer. "Of course w waa an eurprteed at Ab doin that way, eeeln that he end bitter enemies, end w joe were tuck end wondered at IL but talked about It couldnt understand U, either, eo on day when he was glttln better be eeys to Ab: Theras one thing I went te knew, Mr. Cam. Ive puasled about It e goad hit lyie. Mb end I can't aeom - to git . . a'. the hang ef It- - J would like to know why you took me In end nuaaed me this wayT "1 hep,' Ab replied, that you ain't get no notion that I don It for love? Hardly, Jo answered. 'But that I what makes It harder te understand .' "Then, ru explain,' Ab said. 'FI rat, I wouldn't be brut enough te let sick dog suffer for attention if f could help It and, second. I didn't went you to die a natural death and cheat me out at th pleasure at ehootln' you. "Joe's foco broke into a smile, end he reached out end took Ah'e heed aed pressed It warmly. "Tour words ere a groat relief te "One day whoa Joe wee antin' by, the bed Ab broke n long alienee by eyin': "1U be out soon now, end them reckon waU be dun with this Mused t smallpox. . . " Top, I reckon eo,' Joe roplted. "'And It won't be long, wither, AB went on, tUI we ran resume our little poatlnw of (hootin' rack other up.' Jo turne around and looks Ah straight tn the eyes end eeys: Tou may think me n coward If yea want i but I aa)' right now that If thare'e say more shoottn don youll hav t do It rm through for my part Beforo fll shoot a mea wh took me In end cared for me Ilk you did I'll puU up stakes end leave the country!' Ab looked surprised for a moment) then In stretched out hie hand end esM . . " 'Put 'er they, pard. Thems mj santlmcnla exactly.' "And from that day them two fellers has been Jeet like you see 'am new, quiet nnd peaceful os lambs, the very beet oF friends end always hanglB t around together. 1 FATTI'B SECRET. The teutons prime donna. Mm. Fettfi has Juat astonished the world by declaryears ef age. ing that sh te sixty-foNaturally people hove been making how it te eh maneges te take thirty years off her appearance, end eh has been kind enough to teU thorn. Up to th eg of forty, she says. T lived like everybody also end deprived m reelf of nothing. But since that time I hav beea more careful. I have ceased anting red meet I take vegetables end white meats, particularly eweetfcroedn brains end chick nA For drink I have white wine with soda water. When I foot week e glass at champagne puts me on my ftot again. I always steep with my window wide open when It te fine end have ft ajar tn winter, so that tha air does not roach me directly. I go to bad let seldom before U:M av L Above ell I think It Is necessary to Uke a hath before going to bed, particularly for e woman singer wh doe net wish t grow fol Eet frngaUg end be scrupulously clean' that Is mp secret, end I moke n present ef It to mj , young friends. ur " IF THERE'S ANY MORE SHOOTIN DONE, YOITLL HAVE TO DO IT.'" me,' ho sold. 1 was afraid you wee A STATELY LONDON NOME. goto to place me wader obligations Stafford House, whero the Duchero M not to Mil you. end It worried me. But now I understand, aad Its all right. Sutherland has boon entertaining the Aa eoon aa I gat out of title wa'U take colonial prim ministers, le one of the Th up th fighL end wa'U keep It np till I moot notable mansions In London. work picture gallery contains priceless git you.1 TUI I git you, you mean,' Ab corby MurlUo, Raphael Titian sad ether while the recaption rooms are flUed rected. with objects of art from ell part et .' Do I? Well you'U Duke el "It went on tlU nt tent Joa wee able th world. It wee th late to be up end around; then I'm blamed Sutherland wh collected meet at the If Ab didnt turn la end take down with treasurre, end It te related that on one the smallpox. Then them two Jaet re- occasion, whan Queen Victoria wae versed things. Ab took tho bod, end leaving Stafford House after magnifi. Joe mused him end slept on tho floor. cent reception, ah said in bidding the Ah was mighty bed off for awMje, but duke goedhy. T leave your palace te rm ' turn to tay house. nelly bo began to git batter. '