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4 WILLING HE SHOULD GO One Man to Have Kid Transferred, but He May Have Had a Grouch. ' ENGLISH GIRL AND HER RICH CATCH FAR In Our New Store li Only One Hour Is Allowed Swim- What do you think of this scheme mers at This Beach. of having the countries exchange children? asked the Sewickley man "I dont think anything about it," Authorities Have No Difficulty In Regpaid the Wilklnsburg man. "What is ulating ILength of Stay, but Cant the idea? Make Them Come Out When An English family, for instance, exTheir Time le Up. children a for of years changes couple w itb a German family. References are Boston, Mass. Revere, a suburb of first exchanged and all that sort of this city, has a burning question. It thing. Is not who will be the next president ( "I see. Thus both sets of children get a or whether the Red Sox will get the chance to learn another language and pennant or not. These Important problems are discussed far less around the get acquainted with another country. IKipcorn booths and the cool trains of Its quite a scheme. the Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn It's an elegant scheme, declared railroad than How are they going to the Wilklnsburg man. "My neighbors on the bathers under that tabs keep I would like to see new have a kid that r limit rule? exchanged with some family in Will the policeman on duty have to stand on the beach and sing out the time at minute intervals that the ocALMOST INCREDIBLE. cupants of the suits may get back to their rooms within the hour? How ran the bathers be depended upon to lemember at which hour they went Into the water Would it be feasible to chalk the Mine of day on each bather as he springs gracefully down the runway upon the sands? These end many other conjectures are being made. The proposal to put In a time clock Is strongly opposed by the labor Interests They say that play will be just like work when they have to punch the clock at the beginning and end of their bathing hour. Others say that under the new system the bathers will not fully enjoy their hours splash when they have to semember constantly that they are swimming against time. The fun of the dip is just to slosh around and have a good time. Under the new system. they say, all you would have i Wakely Whirly1 must be making an would be a short time. And that con- Awful lot of money. 1 Wisely I should say he is. 13 more believe be Actually making than bis wife can spend. one-hou- sey. Lipplncotts. How He Left. The servants were discussing the matter below stairs. Master and toistress 'ad something .of a row last night, I car. said the butler ponderously. should have heard You em," an- swered the pallor maid in a shocked tone Scandalous 13 what I calls it! " ran out, cranked Is They tell me motor car and left in it." No," aid the maid, positively, he .didnt leave in his machine; I distinctly beard the mistress say he left Jn a huff" London Answers. Accounted For. ltow is it so many tople seem able the money to buy automobiles to with? "If you cnly notu-e- they are the easiest things in the world with which to raise the dust." , Its usually the fool who rocks the boat that lives to tell the tale. WELL PEOPLE TOO Wise Doctor Gives Postum to valescents. A wise doctor , Con- tries to give nature Its by saving the little best chance strength of the already exhausted patient, and building up wasted energy with simple but powerful nourish- n - "T tatrrret. Ves- clans for Innovation Are Now Under Way Experts Declare Engine and Turbine Are Not as Efficient as Newer Motive Power. New York. The plan for future battleship propulsion Is to drive each ship propeller with a powerful electric motor direct connected to the propeller lhaft, this doing away with all gears xnd consequent loss oj power. This new arrangement would also ave an enormous amount of coal and greatly facilitate the handling of the ship, as with electricity It Is qutle possible to control the ship from the bridge, eliminating the ringing of signal bells or with telephoning to the engine room, located far away in the Interior of the ship The man on the bridge can start, stop, slow up or reverse the motors at will. While the steam turbine engine shows better results for ship propulsion than the old reciprocating types, experiment has proved that turbine engines must travel at a high rate of speed to give their greatest economies and when they are used for ship propulsion this speed must he cut down with the aid of gear systems. Incurring a serious loss of power. The United States collier Jupiter, which is being built at the Mare Island navy yard, will be the first large vessel to be equipped with electric News rethe Electric propulsion, marks: The general Hoheme embraces r set delivering a steam its electrical output to a pair of induction motors, each of which will be direct concerted to its own propeller ehaft. The designer of this equipment Is W. L. R Emmet of Schenectady, who described Its principal features and the method of control in a paper read before the American Institute of ElecThe generating unit trical Engineers consists of a six stage Curtis turbine connected to an alternating current ' V1-- - ' jjJHW- ' f... A va x v f S A V Kll '' , V ta. HER Woman Is Assessed $3 for Making Five Inch Error in a Guess at Auto Trial- - Minneapolis. Minn. Mrs. Josephine McMlchael In municipal court paid $3 because of an error of five Inches In Judgment of distance revealed after the Judge, the lawyers and spectators all had puzzled their brains In figurShe ing out an arithmetical problem. car her with driving was charged within ten feet of a street car discharging passengers. The spot where the automobile stood was agreed to enslly enough. alThe street then was measured and lowance made for the "overhang" of the street car and the width of the automobile, and It was found that the automobile was. Just nine feet seven inches from the street car. Invites Foes to HI Funeral. Philadelphia. Ta. Herman Rohr of 1440 North Conmc street committed suicide by Inhaling gas. He picked enemies to occupy the same carriages. Call "Blues Insanity. Baltimore. The Thlpps psychiatric ellnlo of Johns Hopkins hospital will treat "the hluea" os a mental affection, folding It to be a mild form of g j? f , y e If A D'.-- r W; f v TEA Mrs. Murphy's Idea, As There were two suitors after Mary V OV ' V Ann Murphys hand. One was, Grocer OFlaherty, whom her fathe) and mother strongly urged her to marry, In this HOT WEATHER, nothand the other was Saloankeeper Finmore Healthful cr invigoratannouncement of the engagement of I,ady Marjorie Manners to the ing negan. Mary, he; self, favored the latTHE of Anglesey means that the eldest daughter of the duke of Rutter and married him despite ail her ing than a cup of land has captured the heart and hand of the young man who has been refather and mother could say and do. garded as the most desirable matrimonial "catch in the British isles. The One day after she was settled in marquis Is the possessor of vast riches. her new home she came down to see her parents and exhibited a new gold stant consciousness of the hour limit cents for each hour or fraction there- watch her husband had given her. Ah! said her mother disapprovwould weigh on the heart like the of, to use the legal phrases of the parthought of the way the taxi clock is cel check. A man might stay in the ingly, "If ye took my dew ice and your piling up a dime eterv half minute rater so long he would not have car father's dewice, Mary Ann, tisn't a re home. Therefore all he could do gould watch, yed he havin in yer weighs upon the youth who has come ould be to stay in the water and pocket, but a good eight-da.clock. eagerly a half hour ahead of time to FREE coupons for ROGERS' take his girl to the concert add has eep Increasing the tariff that he could Judge. fine silverware in to wait forty-fivminutes lor her to not pay. EVERY And So True, Too. Under this plan the state would get adjust her millinery. PACKAGE. Father was walking to Sunday The problem is as much a puzzle to all the quarters that are due, for it the officials at the bathhouse as any- could hold the bathers street clothes school with little Johnny and endeavFresh people usually consider themAltogether the ramificabody else. They admit they have ar- as ransom. oring to Improve the time by teaentng rived at no Roution to the riddle. Just tions of the possibilities of the Johnny his Golden Text, the words of selves the salt of the earth. limit Idea are so fruitful of com- which were, Whatsoever a man sow-etnow bathers may stay in as long as plications that the authorities are they like, owing to the cold weather. that shall he reap. says Harpers One employe thought a good way rather glad that they have not been Bazar. Johnny repeated it after his would he to check up the time of each required to enforce it a single day father several times and seemed to fj Clip and mail this 25 since the order was issued. key and then charge the bather hav mastered the correct wording. to us and get As they drew near the Sunday school coupon a Farmers Record AFRICAN PYGMY AT ZOO the father gave Johnny his last rehearsal Now, son, he said, lets Book and two v - s ) Hewletts Tea -- y e one-ho- ur the Jupiter. The Cyclops Is equipped with triple expansion reciprocating engines and the Neptune is equipped with a pair of steam turbines with gear reduction The electrical equipment of the Jupiter was given a thorough test a few days ago before a party of naval officers. The test showed beyond a doubt that electricitv is the ideal power for battleships and other large steamships Nearly all the work aboard a modern battleship, exclusive of propulsion, is now done by electricity and there is no reason why they should .not he completely electrified. Inasmuch as Ihe Curtis steam turbines take but little room, and the motors even less, there is no reason why the availabV horsepower of future battleships could not be much larger than at present, thus Increasing their speed beyond the present record and making them more efficient. The saving of the power now lost in battleships driven by reciproetalng engines would make a vast difference In the speed records BARBERS ARE PUT IN PLIGHT Consul In China Reports Market for Supplies Upset by Recent Reform Order. New Yorkers Soon to Have Opportu- nity to See Rare Anifnal Captives. New York. For the first time on record visitors to New York zoo will shortly have an opportunity to Inspect Is probably the rarest animal that has ever been made a part of any such collection that 13, the pygmy hippopotamus. These pocket editions of the behemoth were discovered in 2884 in Africa, and it has taken nearly thirty years to secure these first live specimens, although a few mounted bodies have been shown, since their habitat so far a3 known Is confined to a remote territory peopled The two by bloodthirsty cannibals. specimens which have now been acquired, a male and a female, cost the zoo $12,000, a figure which Indicates Yhlood-sweatin- g their rarity. According to descriptions that have crossed the Atlantic ahead of the pair, the male Is 30 inches high at the shoulders, 70 inches long from the end of his nose to the base of his tail, and his tall Is 12 Inches long. He weighs 419 pounds. The female, believed to be only two years old. Is 18 Inches high and weighs 176 pounds. In comparison. Caliph, the enornow mous male hippopotamus who stands In a mounted state in the American Museum of Natural History, stood 4 feet 9 Vi Inches high at the shoulders, was 12 feet 4 Inches la length from end to nose of root of tail, his circumference was 11 feet 8 inches and Ms weight has been given as close to 6,500 pounds. Beside the enormous bulk of a full grown male lfppo of the common species, the pygmy is like a six months old human Infant of thirteen pounds weight beside a man of U0 pounds. In bulk one adult Nile hippo weighing 6,000 pounds is equal to fourteen adult male pygmy hippos Twins Come to Aged Couple. each boys, Eugene, Ore. Twin weighing eight pounds, were born to Mr. and Mrs John Waring, who live at Jasper, 12 mlies southeast of here. Unusual as this weight Is for twins, there is a more remarkable feature In the fact that the father is years of age. past sixty-seve- have the Golden Text once moie without any help from me. This is what he got from Johnny: "Whatever a man sews always rips. is never more dangerous than when she tells an old bachelor that she was never really happy in her married life. A widow' year calendar Free. .Jj Walker Brothers Bankers K! i" !!!!!!!!;;;! Salt Lake City S.ihmiiul hiplllfllfll rmniTi ifl 1 SACRED HEART ACADEMY A boarding and day school (or young ladies unsurpassed in (he region o P. Slate You can always men doing nothing Senior, Preparatory and Minim departments. Academic and Commercial courses. Music, Art, Elocution. Fall Term Commences September 3rd. ' For Catalogue address Sister Superior depend on- - some at all times. A POSITIVE and PERMANENT CURE FOR Crunkennsss and Opium Diseases. Tint 'n pn.iirlv STITUTE ticU.u. I a die, (rental p.blicitf, ia !hir Xomn. THE Kt.EI.tr IN334 W. Saath Tam n I a Streat, Salt Laic. Citv u an St. Marys Academy Salt Laka City, Utah Conduced by the Sisters of Holy Cross from Notre Dame, Indiana 19H Model 5 r4Ntti;fr. Sl.duu f. o. b. fully equipped, This is one of the finest and most educational establishments in tin west. Ttah. Meredith Auto and Bicycle Co. 136 E. Broadway, AGENTS te Salt Lake City WANTED Send lor CATALOGUE (o SISTKH Si. Marys Academy, City. I'tnh. CIEHIOIt. We make a man of your boy All Hallows College Salt Lake City, Utah MAIL 113 KODAKS DEVELOPING AND FINISHING . HiKt emm.peil plant In pic ynick work knll line or all siiiiplu-rt- . by Fxtn-iti- . Write torentttloKin-- s end ib cloning prices. l.V.i Boarding and Day School for boyr. Minim Academic and Senior depart menu. Clauical, Scientific and Commercial counea. Fall term commence. Sept. 9th. Apply to Rev. Preident. SALT LAKE PHOTO SUPPLY CO. Main Salt Lake City , KODAKS - IG M OK A O mrahlngand Er bv rein Work ilnt C. K. SAVAGE CO. Salt bakeC ty. Utah n 111 IN FINING -- J Jv Vashington Consul C. I. I,. Williams, from Rhatow. China, sends In word that the redpnt edict In China which commands that all cues be severed has rather upset the market in that country for barbers supplies. There is somewhat of a tendency to do awav wtth barbers altogether, although barbers, the consul adds, never did thrive particularly well, ltinerarts tonsorlal artLts who carried their kits about with them and who nevdr went to the trouhle of esstands were permanent tablishing the rule rather than ihe exception. A good manv families now consider that a hair clipper, which costs about f 1.35, is all that is necessary. The outlook for the sale of razors Is very poor, the consul reports, since the custom of shaving the hpad has given place to home hair cutting The Japanese have entered the field and are generator. The colliers Neptune and Cyclops, retailing a safety razor for about 16 4 now In commission, are sister ships to cents, American money. FIGURED CLOSE ment. Five years ago," writes a doctor I commenced to use Post urn in my own family instead of cofTee. (Its a fact that tea is just as injurious as coffee because It contains caffeine, the same drug found in cof1 was so well fee.) phased with the results that I had two grocers place It in B'Oik, guaranteeing its sale. "I then commenced to recomnu nd it to my patients in place of coffee, as a nutritious beverage. The consequence is, every Htore in town is now selling It, as It has become a household In many homes. "Im sure 1 prtscrlbo lcstum as often ns any one remedy In the Materia Mcdica in almost ev ry case of Indif gchti ;i and nerxou.ncss 1 treat, and with the best rt sails. n 1 once introduce it. Into a family, it is quite sure to remain. 1 rhail continue to cm it and proscribe It in families whirr I practice. "In conviih sconce from pneumonia, typhoid feer and other cases I give it ns h liquid, easily absorbed diet. You may use my letter oh a reference any way you pee fit." Name given by Jostum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Wellville," la pkgs. "Ijifroi a reason," liver read (lie above Irltrrt A new from time to time. They one ie-n- r re arrnulnr, true, and full of tiuniaa well-know- Propel War Electricity sel in Future. turbo-generato- Unmanageable. She Can you manage a typewriter? He No. 1 married one. VC . f MOTORS FOR SHIPS Will Skating on Thin Ice Is Dangerous, Especially for Rich Widowers. We re better able then ever td illustrate Edmund Lamy, the skating cham-- l the Park idea of business. We believe ion, said the other day at Saranac that your future dealings with ut will be Lake, according to the Toronto Mail even more profitable and aatisfactory to and Express: you than ever. on thin ire is very dager-ou3- . "Skating " I heard two sisters (laughters of a aged millionaire widower talk-ithe other day about it. " 'Bid you hear about poor pas hero-- ' SALT LAM Cint UTAH ism? the first sister said. That 166 fatn Street beautiful choius girl, Tottie Tights, broke through the ice this morning, and pa plunged in and rescued her. Even the hookworm turns after The second s.ster bit her lip. the finishing page. How dreadful! "Well, she said. Now well have to rescue pa. 51 j) Accorded Full Title. One of the New Yopk representatives in congress tells of a social function iu an assembly district political club on the East Side, whereat the chairman of the entertainment committee acted as master of ceremonies'. The chairman was very busy Intromembers ol ducing the newly-arrivethe Club to the guests, who Included a number of municipal officers The represen tati vo mentioned was presented in a way to halve his official 'honors 'with bis wife, as The Honorable and Mrs Congressman Blank." Next cariie a couple who were not known to th toaster of ceremonies, but; after Tecmying. the correct name Jn a whisper, he announced: Mr.and Mrs.' Inspector of Hydrants, "Faucpts and Shopworks Ca- WILL HAVE TO RESCUE FATHER. - fflWfJCeOiSSyd !' Il l'l"l"lt!l!!lll 5' m "I'll Wl' 'llil'f1 Cannibal Race in the West Evidence Found by R. F. Gilder to which were stored property and fond. Prove Traditions of the Omaha These from time to time have yielded Indians. evidence of cannibalism, but nothing that appeared conclusive was unOmaha. Neb Traditions among the earthed until this summer, when In a Omaha Indians to the effect that a small dugont. one of eight, were found tribe of cannibals once lived in the bones which Mr Gilder believes show Valley of the Missouri have been verabsolutely that human Hesh was cookified apparently by discoveries made ed to he eaten. recently near this ity by persons op"In all there were found parts of at erating under the direction of R. F. least 16 human skulls ranging from Odder, a well known archaeologist. the smallest infant to the senile subThe Omaha Indians came to this ject," said Mr. Glider In announcing region from thn Ohio river about 300 this "Many showed the peThese pionrus heard culiardiscovery years Rgo. color which bones assume on from other Indians who then lived boled In my possession there here of the form r existence of a being Is a vast assortment of food bones of tribe that ate human flesh Inquiry and blrJs. among other tribes thnt had formerly quadrupels been In the valley skewed that they had the same trad'tion, and persons Says Woman Pursued Him. Interested In urcovuing the history New York Complaining that Miss of the early inhabitants of merlca Louise Nutter of this city has pursued undertook to learn If there win truth him nil around the world, wooing him, In these tales Herman Hand, a trombone player, has The senrih has hern going on for had the young woman hound over to eight years. At the Ik ginning r was keep the peuce. found that some rare had lived on the bluffs of the Missouri lu dugouts, Seven Whales are Sighted, which at times were 10 feet deep and Say villa, L. I A school of seven were roofed with poles over which whales was sighted off this beach. were laid twigs, grass, and earth. In The body of whales ever seen largest th floors of theee were caches la here. Concrete Stable Floors for perfectly sanitary surrounding the dairy farm business. the entire barn built of concr te, it will be A ti el 4ioodlf cool in summer and warm in winter. The first CKMK.vr." cost is the only cost no repairs needed. The concrete that lasts forever is made with is the only solution con-ditio- ns n-r- RED DEVIL Portland Cement And you should not think of building without it. In addition to s Stable floors, you should build the and watering, troughs of concrete. Complete the job by using concrete for the entire barn, barnyard floor, fence-post- s and walks. 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