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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
CMiDKN DAILY COMMERCIAL: Tl'ESDAY, APRIL 2 1891. - tUA. 1 EC- 11 JU rrll,t34 ml td, well wsnfl ixa, 4 drs;-:-j- , i tempt ti fcyi the rrjrt U-r- lAe.is:'i JCo iTXmivG ul t-- f rt.r--- l xiUc a j'The j anj t-- irtnrie litr. ii.si J .;,.-- i't a Vit-iic- fasliiutscd bathtub of tL it- - i:i;trw uh - i by ir the uIJ Tim. j of sctiilaiit; to . the Lulhtub clean an 1 ia ri.r is With the hiirhtnh taach ot iuvulvr.1 iu j.ivvpiiu bath the espt by which the very p.xr uiay be as ctam as thts very rich. Little btwths or are iruvnleJ.,'T,tiig-t- l cluscly aruuni u treat rijH.nu. The tramp, let us say, lurt-by light auJ luxury, drcp two ut' into the cashier's box. iu return are riven to him towels and a piece of soap. 1I enters one of the ci vets, uu'1ivsm8 and leaves hii gannt iu a locker provided. Then he prrbcM a button and a shower of delightful warm water over him. The pleauro U so accustomed that he rubs himself all ove Then he vigorously with the soi-presses the button again aud more watei descends gently upon him ull over like a crystal cataract. tie nest tries it a little colder, for the tonic effect. Ilis hair and all his bacteria covered body have been cleansed. The bacteria have bcou drowned in the stream of water that fulls niton the asphalt pavement and glides away into the gutter. The tramp dries him-tel- f on the clean linen towel, dresses and goes out, blessing las btars that even tramps may know what luxury means. The beginning of his redemption diites from that batlu With cleanliness comes godiiness. Such, in brief, is the style of bath that some benefactors of the race are now endeavoring to introduce into the crowded tenement portions of large cities. By means of them disease and public dispensaries may almost be done awav with, and the coal heaver and rag picker may bo as clean as the mOlion-airj abol-ir-htd- 1: t be any ir WSwva L'itnJ ifiut a ul Great L'r.t: 7 e. and Compel!. Ion. Our friends the Kationalitits contend that competition is wrong; that should take its place. The idea should be followed out in studies and games for children. How they would be able to brintf about this dead levd they do not explain. They do, however, indicate in The Nationalist what the y would have grown people do in place of competitive athletic games,-a- s follows: games tunst tako the place of competitive miortn. for the young, while the mature should unite in combining fun with hulufulness. Models of the latter method are still fouud in primitive diBlriets. where the house raisintc, the quilting bee and tho corn busking furnish en'optKM't with usefulness. If, instead of spending an afternoon batting a ball and trampling the Hod bare, men would unite to lay out w alks in a park, or secure village Improvements, they mlprht get exercise for a worthy end aud cultivate only friendly emotions. Sewing circles, if well conducted, amusement in are a good type of doors, and when women get sumeiontly emancipated from custom to ho willing to dress suitably for outdoor aud exorcise they will, perhaps, dovi.se some plans of unitiu; to care for the (lower beds, while the men make the paths in the public gardens. THE GOLDEN EAGLE OXi: ENJOYS :iul WE AEE STILL ISS1TT! nr GEO. A. LOWE, ue Apiilloral - Road Carts. Turbine "Wheel. Saw Milla Will It Go? A Massachusetts yonng man, George Jijin Alt ham, announces that he is goHard ing to revolutionize travel and trans- Wagon Material, Heavy portation, and run an ordinary street ware, Iron and Steel. car at an expense of thirty pounde of ' petroleum a day. His idea is a caloric Baker Barbed Wire, Black engine, with complications and frills a a Into To begin: good many of them. smith Tools, Etc. powerful reservoir, which combines the functions of boiler and furnace in one, tTTATt is introduced kerosene in jets. It is ignited here and .forms the usual products of combustion, chief of which are carbonic acid tras and water. Water is also introduced in fine spray from another channel, and instantly converted Finest Billiard Hall in Utah. by the heat from the burning oil into Up Btuirs Over Maden's. steam. The jet of mingled gas and steam is We have the largest Hall in Ocden and nse forced through a cylinder into a vessel the Brunswick Tables exclus ively. containing glycerine. The gas, glycerine US. and steam are thoroughly mingled, and COME AND then forced upon a sort of double turbine wheel which revolves with great force and makes the thing go. At least its inventor says it will go. If it will, a vast THE BRUNSWICK. amount of trouble, coal smoke, soot, dead weight, perspiring labor and tons CALIFORNIA of ashes, furnaces, boilers, etc., will be done away with. It may be' that in the future science will find a method of transforming light into electricity, if indeed it is not ultielecmately discovered that light and same of the manifestations are tricity agent. Two interesting facts seem to Propoint in this direction. One is that in England has succeedfessor Mint-bied in producing electric, currents by the action of light on silver plates prepared in a certain way, also by the action of one belight on tinfoil plates in water, The unscreened. other the screened, ing German a physicist other fact is that has been able to photograph electromagnetic waves in tho air. If the stories that come floating across the sea about the scandals among the British nobility are true, as many of them certainly are, it shows that titles are badly needed in that country. If the nobility were not in these people's names they would have none anywhere else. England ought not to bo in a hurry about abolishing titles. 20,- - 000 barrels of flour in a day, yet this does not begin to measure the resources of the weHtern city so far as its leading staple is concerned. Outside altogether of the ten mills mentioned is tho Wash- Our Cut Price Sale has been a de- cided Success. Those who intend purchasing a Spring Suit, a Pair of Shoes, a Dress Shirt, or anything else in Our Line, will do well to CALL BEFORE MAY 1, THE llltUXSWICK SEE I. G. Proudfit & Co. Cream Prunes ' -- Health is Wealth! WHEN OUR- - SPECIAL SALE CLOSES ! An American Book in England. " OF The London Academy is the highest arid scientific book on reviews, authority the critic of this periodical has just shown that he at least has read an American book with much enthusiasm. A very pleasant Laxative, made from The London Athenaeum and Saturday the juie of Fresh Prunes combined ingrediReview also pay high tribute to Ameri- with a few harmless vegetable medicinand highly of can scientific research in their notices of ents al qualities, put up in the form of the same work. The book in question is CREAM DROPS, a "Handbook of Field and Genera' Making a very valuable preparation Ornithology," by Dr. Elliott Coues, of FOR INFANTS AND CHtLDKKN, the Smithsonian institution at Wash- Assimilating the food and Regulating ington. During the years in which he the Stomach and Bowels. has been in the United States govern IT PROMOTES DIGESTION, CHEERFULNESS AND REST. ment scientific service he has made such a study of North American birds as was IT IS A WONDERFUL REMEDY never before attempted. Dr. Coues beFor Constipation, Socb Stomach, ing a United States army surgeon beConvulsions, Loss op Sleep, scientific the of member a fore becoming Worms, Feverishness, etc. corps, made a specialty of bird anatomy, TRICE 25 CEN I'S. and the anatomical part of his work is For Sale by all Druggists. what the London Academy is especially taken with. The Academy's critic says, "lie gives us a philosophical disquisi- BRIGGS MEDICINE CO., tion on the classification of birds such San Francisco, California. as perhaps has never been equaled." The scope of the volume includes the structure aud classification of birds, with instructions for collecting and preserving specimens. A large proportion of the bird specimens in the Smithsonian institution have been prepared uuder Dr. Coues' direction. It is the attractive and popular stjle in which the book is written, however, "t Spl I , that seems most of all to charm critic. No wonder. Scientific writ, Da. E. C. West's Nbbvb Ann Brain Iueat-'ESTing in the old world, and the little w1 a KUitnmtwd specific fur Hysteria, Itoi-ness- , Knrvou have had of it in the new, has been rits, Convulsions, Nervous Prostration caused by te mostly another name for dullness and Hi'iidaclin, use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, SofteniiiR of tlifi iinun resulting obscurity, not to say stupidity. The in ami insanity and loading to misery, decay deof the writes Loss of criHc chapters Academy dentil, Promatum Old At,'?, Harroimcsa, iu either sex, Involuntary Losses and voted to held ornithology: "It may hard- Power caused by over exertion of the Sncrmat.on-hiehaen scientific a iu or credible considered be brain, ly contains one month's treatment.. 81.00 a ixHJ. treatise, but we can faithfully avow that or six lwxes for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid oi; almost every page of this part reads like SIX BOXES. 'wARANTEE w i iwiirhnn cr rec.exvoa rrt a novel, and it is much more interesting nr.. .,rt ...... we will ait boxes, accompanied with than most of them. We can find noth- iik..,!forn,o mirrlinser our written guarantee to re if tho treatment does not otfort ing to criticise, but can only admire here fund the money (iiT.p,..O..ni ismied onlv bv H. A a part of the lifework of the man who Walker. Drneiriat Sale Agt.. Hit Iweuty-fourt' concentrates within himself tho ad- tt... Orfdmi. tltah vanced ornithology of the age." NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Dr. Coues is at present preparing anV Pr.M..Liiw. Tlnceased. t? ..... . u. the other scientific book. For years he and Notice is hereby 'given by the undersized iu. ri.-.executor of the estate ol hamuol Mrs. Susan E. Ilibbert, of Washington, all and person! of, creditors deceased, to the to ex ....;. tl... xni.l ...i..:..... nmiMP have been studying hypnotism, collect- imvinu tl, in neeessai'V vouchers, WltUin i.o.u .1.,,,,, r tin ing facts and classifying them. They ten months after tho first publication at his olheo, Nnm said executor, the to notice, a collaboration , .... tin. MSItnl being I will bhortly publish, in a ' :!.: net hiiiiiki.oii of the business of hook containing the combined result of the place for tho transaction of Omlcn, County of iii the City !. their researches a scientific exposition Weber ami Territory of V tnh. of the strange phase of psychology called Executor of tho Ebtute of bumuol U. l'roeliaw, hvunotism. Deceased. well-know- n There is one important difference be tween men and women criminals. The woman may steal, swindle, or even murder, but when cornered and caught The man she confesses the crime. criminal does not. lie maintains usually a stolid silence, aud neither threat? nor promises can move him. He The has more strength and nerve. assistant forewoman in John Wana-niaker- 's fur department in Philadelphia has in the last four years purloined $!X)0 worth of goods. When arrested the fiivt thing she did was to become frightened and confess the whole. Before women decide to commit crimes they ought first to consider whether they have nerve enough to keep their mouths shut if they are suspected and arrested. burn syndicate. v i'l f a d Ten mills in Minneapolis turnout C ' m k-- r-- fc tie iu , out stroke. hlo tV that U-u:- valleia-V-iutiim- r - t ia l?cu L ofa-- L&th a jw-jJ- R itj ia f i t a iwoiuTkm in 3eL this ye .r. TLe tr :( Yr ?. r. , ii C. the very city where tie Litis about eal iuaclos i isu;w-t. txi.-t- . ha eiT- s. h 1 a .;.."). J t. i cwrdi-- 1 iu". itati-tto PivHeut IIm- - u v.) ccLlliiue a at;! viict thi during hi tluivmgaiil wrteni tr"i., ii I resident Las vati. Dn'.h-Coiumt i th cru tee B.,t the meiliod an! reeulu Vn fcava pleasan of Canada Fjrup f Figs is taken; it is and givrnnr geiien acts ami rtfreiLinj to the taste, queiitly come to the UnitcJ fctatea. the. on Kiilneys, jfreully yet rromjtl eys-teWhichever way the tr'tnble with Itly Liver Bnl JJowelis, cleanses thebeaJ-acliei colds, effectus..?, dijHia turn out, t here i no doubt tiat mr.sr habitual curea and fevers anl American uewiipsriers did a very i.!y const-patiopermanently. For sale thitig. At tlrrt iutimaiion th.;t Itily bottles by all druggLsU 61 and 50c ia was offended they to rvjresei.t the two nations in a pictorial wyle that was CAUF0RH1A FIG SYRUP CO. a credit neither to their artistie power St fSAXClSCO, CAU tout, . r. their iuudSigence. Iu cuo of the-s1 owsvius. tt. called cartootis KinIliimbert Limst-l- f was rpreen6ed as a monkey with hand Bag pickers, organ accompaniments. macaroni venders, etc., were displayed in the uitt brutally insulting way. It DEALEK I- Sis uo wonder that these iictures is a irritated the' Italians. Italy nation with whom this country is in mot - Implement-- ,' friendly relations. I Ier government is a one honorable and and one, dignified the respect of decent jieople. ' Wagons," FJuKsies, This friendly power felt aggrieved by the lynching of some of her citizens at New Orleans. Just at this juncture BuckboarcU American newspapers printed the jingo pictures picture containing not only no wit but no sense. It was a gratuitous insult to a friendly country, and that Garibaldi's native land. Knarines , iuvta-ti-rti- i TriVut!ai votrl thea. TLer th i r. is a U r;i. m trvry the rain simplicity. It d- Ai::rr-c:.a- way i f.-u- tra:j," v! tljctur the rto rm-irv- Lt-.;- ii ftluioi-- t if Chl'-iz-- rl abr.-ad"-- m.li t.jt"l?.ic itu l la i-- f L,-- ytars, in tlw hiilit ainl the quarter where it Li kef I a lurary it i:r-ia- who are tryi-- s j i.-- l ba!h inner j. ! .. r. citit. drviua f;...r cixr U- - at thr la.'. t thrre"ik.u;it-- l "c LT?r fruui aud t; inis Calvary I f:ytt u:''Lt vU-i- rter vf 1 j til t lif a C5 Our Bargains are to Numerous to Mention, but it will Give us Great Pleasure to Show you through our stock, if you can spare us a few minutes. We will certainly do you no harm, and possibly, may do you Some good. Respectfully Yours, LOEB & n li self-abu- ., b ff i ,i- PROPRIETORS OF He Gil Mb CMi 24 10 WASHINGTON AVE.