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THE SUNNING FIGHT Grsenwk-- village, .a New York ctTi brougia inn. pru.n.ueu'-- was first 8lr Peter Barren. from an ancient IrUU family delude., aiul vfcv admiral of the Brut,, geet, striej there in Ii4s. He married De Lanrey and settled ou a flue eta;.-u- f more thaa 300 acres, running from Christopher stret u Vti Tweuty-firet- . It was laid oat l!Le an English Nrk. with splendid hedges and ave-o- f trees and s flue old mansion, which was the resort of all the quality of old New York. His three daughters all made brilliant marriages in England. One became the Countess of Abingdou, and her name is in Abingdon square. Ou thepreserved division of the estate at Sir Peters death the homestead feU to her. She sold It to Abijah Hammond, who sold It to Van Nest, and it is still remembered by many as the old Van Nest house, demolished in 1S65. Among other distinguished persons who hare Bred In Greenwich were Oliver De Laueey. William Bayard, Washington. Vice President and Mrs. John Adams, Aaron Eurr and Tom Paine. Barrow attest was originally named Beason street in compliment to the great Infidels best known book, Age of Besson." r when WITH THE TWO SLAYERS OF MARSHALL FRISBIE ARE SURROUNDED. Another Battle is Expected, 11 All of Escape Are Closed. Ave-nue- a Pueblo, Colo., Date. 29 Word vu received from Sheridan Lake rerly a tbis mornlns that tha two alleged ' of City Manlial Friable, of Lamar, are now surrounded In a corn field a short distance east of Sheridan Lake. After a running light with a posse about midnight, the men separated but later met again. One of them is wounded and It is supposed the other is trying to aid him and does not wish to desert him. A heavy rain is falling in that vicinity this morning and has delayed operations allghtlv, but It la confidently expected that the posse, which suited from Sheridan Lake at daylight, will soon overtake the fugitives and that another running fight will take place. A posse also aurted from Towner, ten miles east, to cooperate with the one from Sheridan Lake. All avenues of escape are said to be closed and It is believed to be only a matter of a short time before the men are captured or killed. mur-derer- BIDS FOR COAL. Washington. Dec. 21. Bids recently opened - at the navy department for 10.000 tons of coal to be delivered at Manila, disclosed the fact that it is much cheaper if transported in foreign bottoms than in American bottoms. The proposals called fur separate bids on shipments in steamers of American register, sailing easels of American register, steamers of foreign register and sailing vessels of foreign register. No bid was received to transport the coal in steamers of American register, the experience of the past having demonstrated the futility of Issuing any. The price on shipments of steamers of foreign register, and on which there were a number of bids, ranged from 16.60 a ton to 94.70 a ton. Last year similar coal was bought for 4 a ton, the prices for shipment in American ships being 1 7. One concern offered to ship 6.000 tons in a sailing vessel, of American register, but no bids for shipments in sailing vessels of foreign register were received. Two firms notified to ship the coal regardless of whether it was In ships of American or foreign register, the prices ranging from 98.88 by one firm and 97.26 by the other. LIBERAL IMMIQRATION LEAGUE. Glvas a Dinner to Now York Congress- men. New York, Dec. 28. Several congressmen of New York City were given a dinner at the Cafe Marun last night by the Liberal Immigration League, in appreciation of their la Congress on the pending ImInformal speeches migration bill. were made, tha general tenor of which was in oppostlon particularly to the educational qualification proposed for the new MIL A petition was presented, requesting Secretary of Commons and Labor Straus to admit to this country the Russian colonel, Alexander Pietrofskl, now detained at San Francisco, on the ground that he is a revolutionist He recently escaped from Siberia, where he was sent it is said, fur preventing hie troops from maasa-crein- g people. Representatives Ben-ne- t, Golden, FitsgeraM. Wlllet and Fumes and Representative-elec-t signed the petition. Joseph Baron-destha East Side Labor Leader, one of the guests, left for Washington ear ly today to place the matter before the Secretary of Commerce and Labor. ter-vloa- Ol-co- tt s. , . BRYCE I'aefol Tooth. Many different reasons are aagncd by people for their unwillingness to submit to tha extraction of teeth. But It was no fear of pain which was uppermost In tbs mind of Mies Mehltable Lamtsm of Wllluwby wheu told by tha dentist that she would be mudi benefited by the loss of two of her prominent teeth. "You say they cast he filled." she said, in evident distress, sud you couldn't get any others In for me for more'u a fortnight T The dentist admitted reluctantly that It was so. Well, then, I suppose I'll have to get ou aa beat I can." And Miss Mehltable seated herself la the torture chair. But 1 don't see bow I shall make out. Here I am, chambermaid to the Wlllowby inn during the summer, and It's chock full of folks, with lota o' transients coming sud going, and those are my pillowcase teeth!" Weight of the Brule, There Is Jost five ounces less amount of brain matter needed to keep a woman from Idiocy than there la needed for a man. The average weight of a man's brain is forty-nin- e and one-haOunces and that of a woman forty-fou- r ounces. When a brain falls below thirty-seven end a half ounces in a man A woman's Idiocy usually occurs. brain has to fall to thirty-tw- o and one-hal- f ounces before sbe reaches the same condition Man has a Birger brain in proportion to hla stature than woman, while, on the other hand, woman has a larger tiraln In proportion to her weight. The female brain begins to lose weight after the age of thirty; that of too man not till ten or fifteen years later. The lore In a woman is alight, however, and aba keeps np a high brain weight much later than a lf The Deadlr Dell Bachelor. It is always easy to see how long a couple have been married by noting whether toe bouse is full of his Mauds or hers," according to a "writer la the A man InvariLondon Ladles' Field. ably begins by Inviting all hla bachelor friends to hla bouse. He la anxious to show off his wife, and he fondly imagines that they will like her and that aha will like them, which rarely happens." The writer then goes on to dissect toe bachelor and conclude. I dont know why one's husband's bachelor churns should, as a ruin, be so deadly dull but they usually are, and, aa a matter of fact, it was probably their dullness which originally drove him into matrimony, only bo has not too sense to see It" There would be fewer married If it weren't for too bachelors. IB ACCEPTABLE. Last As Iitmi. legal1 lights in Washington were' gathered In tha that the British government is em- smoking room of a lawyers club when barrassed because of the failure of the the talk turned to a discussion of the The average United States to send an acceptance of veracity of lawyers. the appointment of James Bryce as man," remarked one disciple of Black-ston- e ambassador to the United States, seems only too ready n asRoot tonight said: Secretary are all Ban. a very unjust wa sume -The British government was notito me. Do we not fied both orally (through Ambassador position. It seems truth he asked of fell toe sometimes several days Durand) and in writing well known criminal a Mr. his neighbor, at Bryce ago that the appointment would be eminently satisfactory to this lawyer. government." "Certainly," promptly responded toe ' It was announced in - Washington latter. We will do anything somedispatches a week ago that in response times to win a case. to Inquiries from Hie Brltlrii government Presided Roosevelt had indicatIim Tfclsa. ed that Mr. Bryce's appointment wouIS Mn. Scribbles I believe toe batcher be entirely acceptable. Is knocking at the door with hla MIL ROBERTS. Ferdinand. Scribble Tell him I am FLORENCE sorry, but I've Just paid tha rent and It may Seattle, Wash., Dec. 29. Before a nm abort Mrs. Scrlbblea-B- nt house packed to Its capacity, Florence be the landlord. Ferdy. Scribblee-We- ll, Roberta today presented for the first then tell him Ifm sorry, bnt I've time on any stage a new play entitled toe butcher and am short "Maria Rosa,' described on the pro- just paidFun. London Anmodem a by as prose play" gram1 gel Quintero, being translated by WalMaklan 1 Clear. lace Gi'.pa'rlck and Guido Marbnrg-TliHe Will yon marry tael She-N- o; audience evinced enthusiasm for will pity and players. The scene it laid I'm not a clergyman. He Well, In Spain, the characters poor peasants you permit a clergyman to many ns? and the elemental passions peculiar to She-Y- es; you to somebody else, and the Latin race evolve a passion protF me to well somebody else- - London suclera not new. The premier was a ' ; . cess. The entire production was staged and organised In Seattle, being the Bshamrtleff. second first nlghter fr vhe history of unThey say early rising Is very the city. healthy." Of course. Many a woman haa JACHER. AIDING A broken down her constitution getting breakfast" Portland. Dee. 29. A dispatch to her fa ns band np In time for the Oregonian from Corvslls says: A dispatch received from the trusAa Added Sarel r af Talk. tees at New York announce that Dr. I'Tr bad to get a new barber." -Thomas M. Gatch, president of the Your old one getting careless Oregon Agricultural college, has been but hia baby Is beglnnlag to aay No. elected to receive, at his option, the into things." Privilege! of Carnegie Foundation for the aid of teaching. Provision is made Titles la Italy-Ther- e fSr Dr. Gatch to receive a retiring alis an old Venetian adage which lowance of 91,000 a year, payable says, Conte die non cents non conta monthly, whenever the president may see fit "to retire. nlente" (A count who doesn't count His Intention of retiring next June money doesn't count for anything). from the presidency of the college was And tola cynical proposition represents made known to the regents st tne fairly well the sentiment of the modww. masting of the board last July. In that country tlia genat that time, resolutions commending em Italian. toward toe titled aristoceral feeling Foundation him to the trustees of the racy ts of utter Indifference. The lesser were passed by the board and forwardort of titles are regarded aa almost ed to New York. . ' I valueless evae by their possessors. His record ea an educator will cover Lon-Co- n have known." seys a writer in the will MaiL "a rate of a noble lord who jr not Dr. Gatch toe Interesting oempatbm of followed rtielpatlnn In the Carnegie e car- ben he gives np the presi-Jung afreet scavenger. In a cafe In a li not known. Washington, Dee. 29. When shown the cablegram from London saying Once a number of r e Tit-Bit- . MORXISG examiner, ENGINEERS THE AND RAILROAD OGDEN, UTAH, SUNDAY MORNING, a penny. 1 hare ku--a man ! who oreresUmsir licpor,:ii:,v of t iij thlii w saving hien be h.g to large niiud. Sucere M gall ne. T Werklif IIACKIIN Ouse." Chicago. Dec. 28. The railroad representatives and a committee of engineers will ge? together today to discuss the demands of the employes for higher wages and an eight-hou- r day. It was stated last night by a road official that there are good" reasons for believing a compromise agree:. lent will be reached. Grand Chief Warren 8. 8ume. of the Engineers' Brotherhood, arrived here yesterday and arranged for the conference. Mr. Stone reiterated statements from the engineers' camp on Thursday relative to the prospect of an ultimatum being delivered to the roads. He said, however, that the outlook was fairly bright for an amicable settlement. The General Managers' Association issued some statistics retting forth the financial meaning of the employee' demands, it was declared an increase of 4 cents an hour In pay to the firemen, conductors and trainmen on twenty-thre- e roads, comprising the association, would represent an added expenditure of 61 0,(100, uuu annually. Tm Uw aid Tm High. Do employer hire men and then pay them what they think them worth or do they fix salaries and then get such men aa they can to fit them?" asked a young man who lied been going through the experience of changing tie work. I won't try to answer my question, but I will tell you t story. I called upon a manager to talk with hlM about a place of responalblhty which I knew he hkd to offer. Ho seemed taken with mo and I think had hla mind made np to employ me. Finally he asked me how much salary I would expect. I should any about 9160 a mouth,' I answered. Immediately bis face felL 'I'm sorry,' he said, but I expect to pay 82.500 a year, and I want a 92,600 man. American Naturalist that the paper hornet (Vespa macula rat often enters my nucleus hives when I am rearing Italian qneen bee and captures the young queen la (be midst of her little colony, usually just after she has commenced her first laying. 1 have seen this depredator enter the small hive, drag out the queen sud fy away with her to the woods uwge 62 1. Some of the species of the geuua polistes store up honey which is poisonous, from tlie fact that It haa been collected from poisonous flowers. They are fouud In South America, where also species of the genus chart ergus orcur-was-pa that make a very remarkable and tough nest, with funnel shaped combe inside, arranged one inside of another, neat fashion, hot not in contact except at their point of sns pension. At toe apexes of there cones occur the apertures of entrance for the Inmate to pass np among the roulcal tiers. teerfaa the this. The werk of steering a great ship, even with tha aid of modem machinery, la much more delicate than one would imagine. The larger and faster toe ship the greater is the difficulty. It la not enough to hold the wheel In the same position to keep the ship on her course, for the wind and waves and the currents of the ocean trad constantly to knock the ship off her course. The great wall of steel (for toe bull may he 700 feet long and sixty feet high) offers a broad target for toe wind and waves. The art in steering Is to humor tha ship to there forces and when she is deflected bring her back quickly to her course. If yon could watch the Mnnacle, especially In bad weather, yon wonld see the needle of tlie compass constantly shifting from side to side, which meins that the great steel prow is not going forward in a perfectly straight line. Francis Arnold Collins In Ft. Nicholas. Good morning. From there I went to inquire about another place Again I seemed to suit, and wa got to tha question of wagea. I knew the firm was not In to habit of spending mnrh money. If I was to get the position I must Md low, and so I suggested 9126 a month. " Tm aony was tba reply, tint wa can't pay more than 9100. I know you're worth more and tba work is worth more, bnt wa haven't got the money to spend, that's alL Good morning.' "New York Post. The soar at IIHIrlMi The study of medicine is toe study of man and of bis relations to his environment It is the broadest and moat useful of all toe profession. A skillful physician can find opportunity for tha employment at hla highest skill In a hovel as well as la a palace. Ha la alike welcomed by too king and by toe peasant. The exactions of toe physician's cslilng are more severe than those of any other profession. He moot be content to hold all hia personal plans for pleasure, profit or recreation subject to the exigencies of many other lives as well as at bis own, so that his life must be less regular than that of other men. Ho belongs to toe aorlsl He mnat often Imfire department peril his health, even hla life, to save toe health and lives of others. Ha mnat be content with a short life. But all these disadvantages are Inducements to the man who desires to Bva np to tha highest and noblest ideals. From Starting In Life," by N. CL Fowler, Jr. llah Odea. The Fteaet Among too many fine odea In toe English language Macanlay baa characterised Drydens Alexander's Feast" as the noblest and Dr. Richard Garnett agreed with Mm In thinking It to finest ode wa have. ThF full title la Alexander's Feast; or, The Power of Music an Ode For St Cecilias Day." Epitbslamlnm," Milton's Spenser's Ode on the Nativity," Keats' odes To a Nightingale" and "On a Grecian Urn" and Shelleys To a Skylark are an notable Instances of this class of poem, and to these must be added, though their form is irregular, Wordsworth's magnificent Intimations of- Immortality and Tennyson's Ode on tha Death of tho Duka of Wellington. Few York's fife Drivers. A driver has to bare n I Wore . That mysterious oAirlsL the mayor's marshal, grants on upon too payment of 29 rents and two written testimonials of honesty. A man may come out of Sing Sing, whither ho haa been sent for highway robbery or atoning the minister's eat or any other crime, if ha presents two greasy letters-e- ne of any Jones and tha other of any Smith stating tost he is an honest fellow he win get a license. No inquiry is made, nia reference are never looked np. Indeed, if yon are a desperate rrimtnal guilty of murder or failure to pay alimony yon ran do no better than take out a license and hide on top of a cab. So into tha bosineoa drift all sorts and conditions of rogues. Under the aegla of toe law (the aegis being a rant badge) they rob yon twenty-fivand me. Vance Thempeon In Outing Msgs sine. The Bcsslaas Flared. It is a matter af record that upon official celebration of Independence day by tha Continental congress music was secured for tbe occasion by freeing tbe Hessian band, wblrh bad been captured by George Washington at Trenton in tbe previous December, to play in tba puMlc square aU day, to tha groat delight and amusement of the people. It la also stated that there Involuntary celebrants were obliged to practice appropriate airs fpr throe weeka previously in order that they could not plead Ignorance as an the first excuse. Cartel! OslaeldeaeM. When the Ring .theater. In Vienna, was burned, with great loss of Ufa, one of tbe other playhouse of tho Austrian capital was playing Pallia-ron- - s La Monde on ion B'Ennnle,- when the Stadt theatre, la Vienna, was burned another theater In that city Monde ou Ton S'Ea-auiwas playing and on toe evening of toe day when toe fire la tba charity baaaar In Paris took place toe Theatre Fra Deals was announced to play La Monde on Ton S'Ennnle. e, ImImit, That word communist my dear," observed the yonng husband, correcting bar, has toe accent on tba first ay liable. How do yon know?" Praalag Taamtaea. The dictionary says so." Men and women who grow a few never saw a man as prejudiced 1 fine tomatoes In their own gardens for are!" In favor of dictionaries aa their own nse have long practiced exclaimed toe young wife. you1 wish vines. of the more or less pruning yon bad married a dictionary!" Pruning Is also practiced systematical- A hotIn are tomatoes when grown ly at Mark Make te Forget. fee of field culture a Aa the houses. role, When yon are absorbed In yonr tomatoes la not sufficiently remuneracares downtown today, Hertive to make pruning profitable. Pro- business will forget yonr little wife fessor Munson found that pruning to bert, you entirely." set bad a the fro of it plants after part No, darling. That steak yon cooked increased the yield more than me with yonr own sweet bends Ibis for This was under conditions of field culyon ture. It Is possible tlet where toe morning for breakfast win keep of the minute in memory every my d market is good an Increase of in the crop would pay for the work of day." pruning. Country Gentleman. Ovordoisn tbe Eeeretee. (with revolver) Hold np Footpad Tkeiv Imm, Victim Yon can go bands! yer But dear, said toe caller. I dont If yon want ta but I'll bo me through see why yon ahonM care to change the If I'm going to bold up my name of your charming little country dad dinged I'm tired of doing It more! hands any place. Idlewhlle is eo romantic. It You're the third since I left to lodge. seems to signify dreamy Idleness." --Chlnm Tribune. That's just toe trouble," replied the housewife. It was too suggestive." ArMrdlsg te Clreesistaeees. In what way? A man never talks mnrh about toe toe It In all attracted tramps Why, sweetness" of a cob pipe ao long as the county." Chicago News. he has money to buy cigar. Topeka Capital. False Ireimr. There is a vast difference between lt nd wafer Coal dust mixed with the economy which administers wisely and made Into good sired lump will and that niggardly economy which be found useful to lark up fires saves for tha sake of saving and st nlgbt speuds.s dime's worth o time to save - . one-thir- one-thir- vtj fr-.ii- j SHOT A CHINAMAN IN EL RENO Believsd to Have Eecaped en a Stolen Horse Held Up a Railroad Agent. i. El Reno. Okie., IV c. n j Iiwed that the urpro suppnsed io be a s, tidier from Fori Reno, wku Ui night held up and shot a Chinaman, was the same mail w ho last week shot and wounded Capiain Edgar A. Marklln. Late yesterday a negro the description of the Mat-kilassailant attempted to hold up the railroad agent at UarlliiKiou. near here. The agent knocked the negro down but he escaped and It U believed he came to El Reno. Several date ago bloodhound traced Marklln assailant to Darlington, where the acent was loat. The Chinaman la not seriAfter last night's ously wounded. shooting tho negro la believed to have escaped on a stolen horse. RADIUM CONIES FROM METAL URANIUM OBTAINED FROM ACTINIUM, NEW DISCOVERY. Many Scientific Minda Tried to Hew Sea May be Controlled. A Deter-min- e New York, Dr. 29. Announcement was made yesterday before the Ph.v-le- a section of the American Association for the advancement of Hcirace, which ts la session here, of an important discovery relative to radium. It had been suggested that radium was a derivative of another chemical element and waa In Its present stale merely temporarily and uranium waa ret down as tbe parent element Yesterday Dr. Bertram B. Bolt wood and Professor F. W. Rutherford read paper demonstrating that radium can tie obtained from actinium which la itself a derivative of uranium. This dlucwvery about .the wonderful element may lead to remarkable results. Professor Rutherford holds that "uranium Is the Methusaleh of radium," and doubtless there are many generations between uranium and actinium and actinium and radium, of which as yet nothing la known. Profeasor Rutherford said that the discovery wonld not Increase the supply of radium. Professor T. H- Morgan read a paper before tha American Society of Naturalists, dealing with the general eubjeot Tha Biological Significance In Control at Sag, which excited much interest because ha discussed the pov ibllty of determining sex In human beings. Ha seriously questioned tbe theory which haa prevailed of recent years that nutrition has an Itlmata relation - JAPS CORNER POTATOES Chicago. Dec. 29. A dispatch to tho Record Herald from Los Angeles, Cal,, says: The people of ail California are today paying tribute to a shrewd 'It.tle Japanese, Klnya Sblma of Stockton. He has cornered toe potato market. Ha will be the virtual dictatiir nf prices until next season. H an-- i the Japanese companies he controls stand to wll their crop for 91 .000,000 and Sblma himself will clean np 9250 000. Tha market la six weak haa gone from per hundred pounds in carload lota to 91-9- 2 part la Waroora. There are few pastimes knjwn te the people of Mw- - that are not connected with religion." write a traveler. Oklldreu play fo. iliall kind, sad leapfrog, and practice wrestling and fencing. They also pursue rabbits with curved sticks and throw these with extraordinary skill. Some few exjierta claim to tie able to kill partridges with the same simple weapon. The great game of tbe adult Moor is the lab-r- i barnoil, or powcer play. This exercise 1a taken ou li one buck, and to aea a body of Moorish horremra come down at tlia charge with gnus high above their heads to a g!vcn spot, where they fire their weapons and then pull their horse np ou to their ha um bra, in n night tout will he forgotten even by those who have seen Cavalry maneuvers in Europe. Moors are very proud of tbclr horsemanship and with reason." n.-v- er U A ajar h Ctrrwa. There aint much pleasure in this life for men ae bid aa me- - that ta, a feller thinks they aint wheu he ia sixty-threO course, he likes te smoke hia plle an art around an gas au argue with the boys to git his leisure time to pass. A uisn whos gettlu lung in ear too weak to boa or plow, fro pleasure of tbe good old kind-h- as mall chance anyhow. But theres one thing 1 like to do ou thing I aure enjoy it's gnlii to a cirrus with some poor, big eyed small boy. I always like to have It be the first show hes been to. I like to watch those big eyes snap. Oh. snap they always din I like te ace him smile an clap an' crane hla ueck around an' sea him eat-i- n peanuts, I browin'., sheila down on the ground. It dont seeui very long ago that I was eight nr nine, nor long fince the first show I saw seemed aim-pl- y grand --divine. I 'member how I ret up there Jest In a fit of Joy, You sec, I know tba fsells' tost rums te tbe Mg eyed boy. I don't care much for ri reuses like one I used to care. Bnt, friend, 1 get any pleasure takln' little fellers there. An' while 1 act enjoyin' It I mens that ktd'a rent Joy I almost cry te think that I can't bo once mre a boy rest. e. Maw and Ills racket. A tailor who tiad received an order for a suit of eiotlvs waa asked by tba rtwtomer'a wife for an Interview. I want to ask yon as a special favor," ah said, not to put aay pockets In my husband's clothe.'1 Why not?" asked toe astonished tailor. Because they are responsible for his looking so shabby so much ot tba time," aha explained. "lie wears bis clothes fur week without pressing because he says It I too much trouble to change tbe things la bis pockets to another ault. lie says that half tho men who go around In seedy clothes do ao for the same reason. If that Is aa, Just leave out the pockets, and they will have no eienae for shnbMneaa." That is a new point of view," said tba tailor. I will see about It." But when tbe suit cshia borne It had the usual number of pockets. New York Fun. . cltl-ten- chi-sen- s. a oooooooooooooo CASE CONTINUED ORCHARD'S Boise, Ida., Dec. 29. Has ry Orchard, who confessed that he assassinated former Gover- nor Frank Rreimenberg and in hla confession Involved Chss. D. Hay- H. Moyer. Wiliam wood and George A. Pettlbone. members of the Western Fed- Ion of erst today was ' taken from Miners, the state pentten- Gary to Caldwell, where bis care was continued until the next terra of court. Later In the day Orchard was brought hack to the penitentiary. ooooooooooo oo O o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O o o o oooooooooooooooO o o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O TWO CARDINALS DEAD. i 29. Cardinal Dec. Cavegns and Cardinal Trippeidied this morning. Both suecumhed to strokes of apoplexy. Cardinal Julgl Trlpept was the prefect of the congregation of Indulgence and sacred re tea. He was born In Italy In 1838 and was created a cardinal Rome, VERY A O O O O O O O O i Aat Baths. who are troubled with rheu- matism In Rossis take snt baths as a core. It la dons In this way by tba peasants near Moscow. Finding aa ants nest, be puts Into a Unea bag tbe ants, tbclr eggs and necessarily considerable dirt. Itoturnlag to the home, be plunges Into the bid water of the bath bis bag of ants, which ht baa previously fastened tigbUy st the mouth. After revara I mtnutee toe water fires off a very strung penetrating odor of formic arid. Tbe bath Is aow ready, and tba Invalid is put Into it Buck a bath baa a very arrive Irritant action on tbe kin, Mag, in feet, a counter Irritation that causes the rheumatic pains ta disappear. Strand Migraine. Yaaeaaetaa Cawhavs. When tbe Vaaesneian cowboy wishes to catch a bull or cow fur branding or for any purpose, be rides alongside It and, with horse aad bovine on the deed ran, stoops from hia saddle, grasps tba creature's tali end with a harp, pacnllar twist send the animal rolling on its back. From tbe fores with which it fella tba creature's horns almost Invariably pla its head te tbe ground, giving the vnquera time te dismount and alt on Its beat, bolding the animal helpless te riae, while a companion ties Its legs. liwhu lit Week. Men give me credit for gantam AB toe genius 1 have lies Just in this: When I have subject' lu hand 1 study it profoundly. Day and night ft is before me. I explore H In all Ita bearings. My mind becomes pervaded with It. Then tlie effort which I make the people ore pleased to call the fruit of genius. It Is the fruit of labor and thought. Alexander Hamilton. a Beak Offraae. hive the pleasure of yonr O company this evening. colonel?" she O asked. in 1901. Cardinal Felire Csvagnis O The colonel drew himself np haughtiwas born In Usly In 141 and O ly and replied, with every evidence of cardinal in 190, O was created O offended dignity: reg ment." Madam, I command O O ooooooooooooooo ILLNESS SO SEVERE THAT TIVITIES WERE STOPPED. May we - ... -- FES- Farmer President Haa Had Acuta ffe digestion- - la New Im- proving. Sew York, Dec. 29. Reports of tha il'ueia of Grover Cleveland at hia home at Princeton, published hero today, are aoeumpanlod with reporta that hia waa serious early In tha week, but that be la now again convalescent. Mr. Cleveland's attack at Indigestion began last Saturday night. His nine wa bo eerere, according to the Princeton correspondent, that nil tho plans which tha family hod made for Christmas were abandoned. His presents were left unopened and hurried message were sent to four persons w!m had been invited for tha day, cancelling their engagements. Thais four, it is stated, want tha only ones outride of tho family, and Dr. John N. Carnochan, bis physician, who knew Mr. Cleveland won 111 up to yenurdny. The repealed visits at tha doctor caused comment aad tha lllnna of tha former president wa aanounced. Mrs. Cleveland, in speaking of tho illness of her diaiinguUhed husband, said: "Mr. Cleveland spent moot of Saturday afiarnuon out of doors and It waa not until ntght that he mentioned feeling III, I was awakened early Sunday morning to find him Buffering intensely. 1 rant for Dr. Carnochan and ha found him Mrloualy ill with indignation. Ho gave ms te understand that tha malady, while in no aanaa danger-oa- t, waa umat painful and often to treatment. ''Reports of Mr. Cleveland'! lllnaos have lnvm lably been exaggerated, and It was te avoid unpleasant publicity, particularly at thin season, that wo kept the. fact of his attack aa secret as possible. He la no longer tU, and wa fully expect ho will cat Sunday down sU Ira." Ur. Carnochan paid n high compliment te Mr. Cleveland' power of recuperation. He wld attacks no revert as that which the funner p real dent suffered weakened a patient greatly sometimes, ao that tha results . wore dangerous. Mr. Clavelaud, however, had come through It well. , Mr. Clove land ban been ill reveral time nines be arrived at bis borne In Princeton in September. eon-diii- HE WAS IN LOVE. Ban Jose Man Attempts to Kill Him-sei- San Jure, Dec. 29. Because his housekeeper, Mrs. E. K. TUIltsoa, with whom he was In love, was about te leave him, Charles Asaella, whore wife died last April aad who baa four children. this morning attempted te kill himself with a shotgun At hla real-de- n ea, It Pleasant street. The flask wm torn from on aide of hia head, bnt he may recover. H baa for years been I clerk In the liquor honno of Brnseey A Company, on South Market street. raw. How Fraatbiia Tbo first affect of cold on the akin Is ta contract tbe tiny vessels that connect arteries and veins. Arteries are vessels that take blood from tbe heart Veins era those that bring Mood back to tho heart, and the connecting ves-eel-s are called capillaries. While there little vessels are conirarting the skin Itself becomes tenser. In few moments or minutes tbe effects change. The tiny nerves whose stimulation canoed contraction of tbe capillaries era more or less paralysed, and tba vessels dilate so tbe skin grts red. Boon tbe veins are dilated, sud the skin becomes bluish. Then the nutrient fluid in tba akin (the lymph) is coagulated, and the stretched skin raptures or chaps." If the cold is more revere its action Is deeper, and the blood Itself may be coagulated. This te frostbite. reraons WAR IN KANSAS Kansas City, Mo., De. 29. A special to the Star from Perry, Kansas, says: s Serious trouble between white and a band of negroes of ihls town is feared. Already sevqyal clashes have occurred and excitement mna high. This feeling took new life last evening when Joseph Weller, A white farmer living near Perry, was seriously Injured In a fight on to street with a negro aamej Bryant. Tbe negroes are reported to have threatened the lives of several O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O BEEN HAS -y 91-6- RACE CLEVELAND luiserufaiy poor." Darias Waap. Borne wasps live lu part upon honey, which they collect from the most open petalcd flowers, anl thus to a very moderate extent they may be regarded In the light of Cower fertilisers. Kirkland says in the first volume of the tain Hellas town I was habitually cried by a waiter with the this of count and a name fomona lu Venetian history. And I am acquainted w hli a lord of aui'ient lineage whose title father engaged la tbe vncaiitiu of railway jiorter. la the of Italy are dcw-emlc- d ACTIVE LAST NIGHT. A Advance of Four Cents an Hour Would Mean an Added Expense of Milliono Each Year. IS 7 rsl s TO MEET AND CONSIDER PROPOSED WAGE INCREASE. mini. 30. iwlfloi1 HarA. Tha little boy father had come borne from .hi office early ami was lying Uowu for a nap iiefore dtuner. The little lads mother rent him te see if hie father vi, asleep. He returned with mi answer: Yes' mamma, pips Is all asleep but hii DEOEMRER BOX ELDER COURT. Brigham City, Dec. 29. The First Judicial District court has scarcely taken time for a holiday with the exception of Christmas ,iny, and wilt be In teuton for some time running Info thayear 1967. Tne first care te be considered was tha Bos Elder News company ta the Tho purpns . county oommlastonera. of tho ault waa te review tha action of tea county court In .awarding n eon-- 1 tract for publishing and printing to the Box Elder Paper company. After waa brief consideration a non-sugranted, which will bo reviewed ia a ! higher court on appeal. ' Tbe case of Homer J. Rich vs. John Y, Rich, wherein tbe plaintiff auae for recovery of about 97,000, waa settled out of court before the .Jury bad n chance to pas upon It. The case of Jones vs, Blythe is now being heard. In this care Jonas, a , cattle man, aaeka damages and an In- Junction against Blythe, a sheep man, for tree passing upon four sections of tha plaintiff's land in Western Box Eldar. Judge Maginnia of Ogdon ap- pear for the defendant and J. D. Call , fur plaintiff. A Christmas vacation in being en- -, Joyed fay the people and many who, onor called Brigham their homo have again returned to visit friends and ea. , Joy thonrelves for a brief period. The first entertainment ontsida of. Uia ward gatherings was on operetta , under tba suspires of tba Reigiea ' class, which showed considerable who merits on the part of thoa helped to mke It a aoecare. The Sign at the CTOao." praeeuted , by a traveling company, drew a largo ' andlanoo at tha opera bona, and tbe people of Brigham gladly welcome plays of this character, as a maay of tha poorer class visit tbo town. Tho Academy of Music tad Dancing has installed a large nun bar of roller skates and every day hundreds at pleasure seekers who dralro to ha an wheels go to tho Academy for amuse-- , meat. it , 1000080000000 JAPS ADVOCATE ABBAMi NATION. tha Killing f President Roeeevelt Paper laawed Urp San Francisco. Dec. 19. :ret service ogonte hsr had hair attention called this norning to an inflammatory pater published In Berkeley, by lapanoes, entitled Tbs Revo- n in which the lution. of the Mikado. PraA-lao- t Roosevelt and others in intooritv I advocated la plain Angus ga. Marked copies of he paper were sent through ho mall to the board of adnea-Io- n In this city. Tbe paper was mailed In Berhlev end was printed la Kith Jnpnneae and English. 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