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i Oldest Harvard Graduate. years od, the oldest livuniversity, No One Has Equaled Line, ing graduate of oftheHarvard u.ad a revolution a of Result grandson Challenge. Is the war .proud oi 1812, A literary Frenchman In son of the being record of Rev. Joseph Warren Cross, company with Dr. Walll, waa addition to all ot the superiority ve Frenoh of Lawrence, Mass. Infirst-rathealth of can boast language lu regard to eophony, and this he storecalls that a clear memory and to the doctor produce anychallenged received he revolution ries of the followthing in English equal to ' the """"" Rev. Mr. Cross baa figured ing lines: Quan'd un Cordier, cordant, veult in the public line, having beon a mem: ber of the Massachusetts legislature corder une corde, ..,.', Pour b'j. corde, corder, trots cordons 11 and a member of the constitutional convention that created the constituaccorde: Mia pi un dea cordons de la corde distion of Massachusetts. THE LIMIT OF ALLITERATION Ninety-fiv- e Tle ; ; Largest Tree. i The largefct tree in the' world He broken and petrified at the end of a defile In northwestern Nevada. It 1 said to be 666 feet long. . EDUCATIONAL e , first-hande- " cord e, ' ' ITealth and beauty are the glories of perfect womanhood. who suffer constantly with weakness peculiar to their sex cannot retain their beauty. Preservation of pretty features and rounded form is a duty women owe to themselves. When women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstruation, weakness, leucorrhoea, displacement or ulceration of tho womb, that bearing down feeling, inflammation of tho ovaries, backache, bloating (or flatulence), general debility, indigestion, and nervous profiiaiion, or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melanu feelings, blues, and hopecholy, all gone " and lessness, uVy should remember there is one tried and true remedy. Lydia E. Puikham's Vegetable Compound removes such troubles. "Women "want-to-Lo-left-alon- e" Case of this Prominent Chicago Woman Should Give Everyone Confidence, in Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Deab Mrs. Fixkham: It affords me great pleasure, Indeed, to add my testimonial to the great number who aro today praising Lydia 12. Pink-ham- 's years ago I broke down from ex Vegetable Compound. Three cessive physical ana mental strain. 1 was unaDie vo secure proper rest, also lost my appetite, and I became so nervous and irritable too that my friends trembled.and I was unable to attend to my work. Our physician prescribed for me, but as I did not seem to improve, I was adTised to go away. I could neither spare the time nor money, and was very much worried when, rortunateiy, vfW one ol my ciuo irienas caiiea, oue wm pwmyuu y7t and like how of ovarian troubles been cured vA IA ta .T toma were to hers, seven bottles of your medicine cured Vr her, and she insisted that I Uke some. 1 " l did so, and am giaa mat i xouowea cer X. ' .",V.V advice. Within six weeks I was a different woman, strong and robust in health, and have been so ever since. A number of my friends who have been with ailments oeculiar to our sex have taken your compound, and have also been Miss Euzabetu Dalit. trreatlv beneflted." 270 Loomis St., Chicago, I1L President of the St. Euth's Court, Order of For- lv VAT Jr fGttfc'"t'' ' r resters, Catholic. What is left for tho women of America, after reading such letters as we publish, but to believe. Don't some of you who are sick and miserable feel how wicked you are to remain so, making life a burden for yourself and your friends when a euro is easily and inexpensively obtained? Don'tyou think it would pay to drop some of your old Compound, prejudices and "Try Lydia I Pinkham's Vegetable which is tetter than all the doctors for cures ? " Surely the experience of hundreds of thousands of women, whom tho Compound has cured, should convince all women. Follow the record of this medicine, and rememlter that these cures of thousands of women whose letters are constantly printed in this K. paper were not brought about by "something else," but by Lydla for l'itikliam's Vegetable Compound, the great Woman's Hcmcdy Woman's IlLs. Those women who refuse to accept anything else a.e rewarded a hundred thousand t lines, for they get what they want a cure. Moral rite to Mrs. stick to the medicine that you know is the Pinkham for advice. -- Iit S5000 Ldl - at anJ signatara 4 l'kjt&umtu Medlcloe) Ca Lyon. weeannM forthwith prodar FORFEIT ...... - i ,,..,.,; .1 .1. i. will i.iii. tta .I....' A 1 1 the original enttitriee. ALL HALLOWS COLLEGE SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. sr. Oft Eoarcers aim Dag Scholars ti mr coiducvio MARiaT FATHERS ClHi"J. ami Sct"ti-llt- (V.mm'-rvla- l ir For turiber par lieulur apply to S. I., TmMvL MX c'irp. Woman Carries Big Policy. Mrs. Leland Stanford is said to carry a larger amount of insurance than iny other woman in the world. Hei Le cordon discordant fait discorder la corde. The doctor, with promptitude, Immediately translated the very words into English, only substituting for the French word corde the English word twist. The first four of the following lines exactly correspond with those of the Frenchman; the next four were added by the doctor by way of com pleting his triumph. The remalninf lines were not written till some tim after. Dr. Johnson was so pleased witt the above anecdote that he gives the whole twelve lines In his folio dictionary, to show into how many twist-Ing- s and bearings Jie words twist and twister may be twisted: When a twister a twisting will twla I am, policies amount to more than a million dollars. Cheap Passenger Rates Via "Santa Fe Route" To Boston, Baltimore, Minneapolis, Detroit, Atlanta and other points. For particulars, address C. V. Warren, General Agent, A. T. & S. F. Ry., 411 Dooly Block. Salt Lake City, Utah. ' Peter an Unlucky Name. The Christian name of Peter has never been fashionable among England, foe example, has never had a monarch baptized as Peter, and in other countries the h.'m a tTlst, PeterB have been unlucky. Peter, or For the twisting his twist he three Pedro, I., emperor of Brazil, abdicated times doth entwist; after an uneasy reign, and his son, But if one of the twists of the twist Pedro II., was driven to Europe by a doth untwist, revolution and died in Paris In 1S91. The twine that untwisteth, untwlsteth Pedro the Cruel of Castile and Leon the twist. was slain by his brother in single combat Peter the Great of Russia was Untwisting the twine that untwlsteth guilty of of frightful xcesses; his between, frandson, Peter II., reigned only three He twines with his twister the two In years and died of smallpox at the ago a twine; ol fifteen. Peter III. waa dethroned The twist having twisted the twines and strangled by conspirators. Peter of the twine, I. of Servia has already a brutal masHe twisteth the twine he had twisted sacre behind him. In twain. tho Cough and Stops Works Off I ho Cold The twine that In twisting before Laxative Bronio (juiniue Tablets. Price S5o. In the twine, Am twines were untwisted, he now ADVICE TO WOULD-BBELLES. doth untwine; Twin the twain Intertwisting a twlni Two Important Points Which Should more between. Never Be Forgotten. He twisteth his twister, makes a twla "Yes, my dear, one could lay down of the twine. fviles for the charming of the other Kx," said ian old but very successful BARBER SHOP WITHOUT TALK iNle to a debutante who In spite of a face Is. It must be admitted. goes. Only Deaf Mute? Employed In Nevr a failure as far e York Establishment. (Ardent adorers she has, but of admirers and men friends she There Is one barber shop in. tho city where persons who have a pre has none.) "One could lay down rules, one hundred and three ot them, all dilection against talkative wlelders of the razor and scissors can go without good rules, too. Dut there are two being bored, says the New York Tele that I'd remember if I were you, and gram. It Is a lonsorial parlor where you can afford to let the others take all the operatives. Including fbe care of themselves. The first Is when talking to a man never 'run down' an"boss," are deaf and dumb. It has not been opened very long, other woman. The second and even if you forget the first, please rememand at first two of the four Journeymen employed In the place could talk. ber the second is never praise anothThey made up In this respect for the er man!" silence of the others to such an exPlao'a Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as tent that the boss, not being able to a cough cure. J. W. O'Ubiii, 322 Third Ave., hear what they were saying and be- N., Minneapolis. Minn.. Jan. 0. IvOO. ing suspicious that they were taking A KNOT FOR SOLOMON. advantage of their associates' afflic tion to say mean things about them. Legal Point Which Might Puzzle Even let them go. That Wise King. In their places are- - two graduates of a deaf mutes' training school, the If the wise King Solomon could be proprietor himself being one. again invented with his robes of state The barbers seem to have no diffi- and be permitted to hear evidence culty In understanding the wants of and render Judgment in certain vexatheir patrons, and they can also make tious cases which puzzle modern the patrons understand them by pan- Solons from time to time, he, too, riut in case any difficulty might find his proverbial wisdom put tomime, should arlne in this respect a small to a cevere test. The latest in the line slate and pencil hangs by the side of of freak cases is one reported from each chair. Europe. A rich banker died in WarOne advantage the operatives have saw recently, and in his will stipulated ver their fellow is that they can that his fortune should go to the first make comment about their patrons of his three nieces wbo'shouTd merry. Each one of the blooming damsels in the sign language without the latter knowing it. promptly set out In quest of a husband. Several dayj later each returned, and that is where the real trouble Horse on the Boss. for the Judges; for each had a The tcnortHli-- r who couldn't spell began certificate from a lotary affirming that was railed into the private ofllce. been married at a certain she had "Thia is outrageous !" exclaimed tho hour that morning, and all three cereemployer. monies were performed at tho same "What's the matter?'' asked the moment of time. stenograpbor. Mm. Wlnlnw' ,.o Milne "yrnp." "ltatf of thete words are Tnt rbi 'iro tethiTiir. ao'Cn" tt. tr'ii'o. ru' rf In. said the itipVyr. a wlinl coiir-mon-arch- s. THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRE DAME. INDIANA. COURSES IN Claialc. Letters. Eco- FULL nomics and hlitory. Journalism, Art, Science, and tlec-tric- a! Pharmacy, Law, Civil, Mechanical Engineering', Architecture. 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XstxAUe. before h5 had Legal Technicality. Inly a day or A Chelsea (England) hospital Is on fpelling an eriicl'1 reading reform. mourning the loss of a bequest of Know they are?-- ' she $5,fi00 through a le ki1 informality The "Hnw do j teetator signed his wlU in his bedasked. reroom, and th; itr-thoughtlessly "Any dirtiorary will prove It," carried it ir.to another room before the plied emp'ryer, "What's the rrlyJng on dictfon-ariesigcing it, thus making the document fl the a ptT.grapher. "Wo invalid. are in a riM of er at rliancs." Mary Proctor, who write of "Five Tlirf 'irin f) e tinntcM out six Littlo Worlds" in the Au'i?t Hundred niatazir ? that h.t l artlrloa on St. Nicholas., is a daughter of the great of simplifying Proctor, the astronomer, and is living the difTrrp' v ' h'' nnd iTmonstrated to at present in New York City. She la Kngiish Mm without tiouhl" that aufhorlties a small woman, exceedingly quiot, alcould he for any old com- most shy in manner, but has proved in bination thnt the rared to a fiiceessful lecturer snd writr won father her fi'ld where the New Times. York together. fnt u-- j A HOfVF.ST BAKINO t'OWDI R AT AN HONEST I'HItE." THREE CROWN .T-- v ?' f f d!f-fere- nl pp'-liii.!- c-- H-- Lmi lollft Antlptl w w-a- M SALT LANE CUT. UTAH. r the lttji His Experience. has j i?t had his eye Tatknt "Dorter it sepms to oprat"l upon) mo that I' J is a hich price for that Job. It didn't take ten seconds." Eminent Oculist "My friend, in learning to perform that operation In ten secorifl , I have spoiled more than two bushels of eyes." (h' . 1 L King'" Preference In Ties. King Edward perhaps wears asmar different types of neckti? S3 any lin1 ing man. His predilection, however, lowaties that have been made from some spotted material, prcf'iraUy darH with spots of a light grar rt white upon IL eta-3- tota BAKING POWDER 2c Per Pound HEWLETT BROS. CO. SHEET HUS1C FREE SrTMj: "Only a Caraatien," Or. at MKinly aong, r0 Whan Answering Advert1sment Kindly Mention This Paper.