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wUNDAY FBIKCELV F0R1UKE WHILE IIS till FLIES LG8LE CWIIEK TRIES (Continued From Pag.- - Ton.) h .e w it'. " boy irata sold pl.t i.- i ca'.at:; l high-minde- d Hew te Be BraSr. To know how to he ready a great thing, a precious gift amt one that implies calculation, grasp and decision to be always ready a man must ba able to cut a knot, for everything cannot be untied, lie must kuow how to disengage what la essential from tha detail in which It la lnwrapiied. for everything cannot be equally considered. In a word, he must be able to simplify hia duties, his business and his life. To know how to be ready la to know bow to start. It ia astonishing how ail of us are generally cumbered up with the thousand and one hindrances and duties which are not such, but which nevertheless wind na about with their spider thread and fetter the movement of our wings. It is the lack of order which makes us slaves. The confusion of today discounts the freedom of tomorrow. Confusion la tiw enemy of all comfort, and confusion is born of proacrastlnatlon. To know how to be ready we must be ahle to finish. Nothing la dona but what la finished. The things which wa leave dragging behind na will start up again later on before ua and harass our path. let each day take thought for what concerns it liquidate its own affairs and reaped the day which la to follow, and then we shall be always ready. To know how to be ready is at tha bottom to know how to die. Amlel. The Lottery la Italy. Lotto banka do a thriving business In Italy. Millions of people of all claseea and conditions contribute every week to the game, by which they hope to make fortunes. The princess and Tv. 'll v in a e. drives off e'l i.niviii! cr-.i-- ... ( bn V- buriu-- and the apparatus sustained mishaps and the steering gear failed to work Once mure the trial trips efficiently. hare been postponed until next year in order that the indomitable count may demote the winter to elaborating his improvements. These trip weie aatched by the King of WurtemUurg and by a distinguished company ot expert aeronauts. It la a lamentable fact to have to record that they passed unanimously aa unfavorable verdict on the creation of Count Zeppelin's inventive genius. The airship, according to their opinion, is nothing more than a balloon with a superfluous apparatus attached to It, which failed to achieve the desired object. It la practically certain that after flftv years of unexampled perseverance Count Zeppelin is doomed to complete failure. There Is something unspeakably tragic In the fate of thla aristocrat After squandering his estates and his fortune, alter reducing his wife to destitution, and his only daughter to penury, aud after having deprived himself of all the good things of thla life and thus transforming himself from a wealthy magnate of the land into a beggar, dependent on the charity of relatives, be will be compelled to confess that his life of labor baa been spent In vain and that hi gray bairt will sink Into the grave in sorrow over the futile sacrifice of what might have been a brilliant career in other spheres of activity. RUDOLPH VON ELPHBERG. - f. . i. 1 .u 1:1. -- !:nl:".l v.:i:ise Il l.'ei - II ire's your cue for the new year, ure and have your laundry wants American ided to by an L By ao doing you will avoid risk We nae no s disappointment. washing preparations as is lit Lice of the Heathen Chinese iurs for a prosperous new year, In-u- Ogden Steam Laundry 417 Sfith 81 Thonea 174 E WITH YOUR-ORDE- flTCHELL BROS. meats. Copings and Head-Dont bay from agents, ey get largo commission ou ha vo to pay them. Bee horns pooplo first-- Vara its City Ccmataiy. L OGDEN TORE EXCHANGE 263 Twenty "fifth California an Direct Wire fat AW St Eastern Sporting Event RENT . a ,nl an 1 i F i A thTiSE;.,tNT? ON THIS PACE COST ONE CENT FEK WORD FOR EACH INSERTION. NO FIRST INSERTION LESS tHAN 25 CENTS. ALL ADVER TiSEMENTS MUST a PAID IN ADVANCE, EXCEPTING BUSI NESS HOUSES RUNNING OPEN BOOK ACCOUNTS WITH US. ,i e e Mail. i krTv lra li t P.vri DR It n:. 22 KENT :u iu-- u. 'X- - at i.S li KENT iootus, Kl'K rii'yln !! I(.,:-tiK- l i. 4 FLRMSHED -- 2 The S fierce f Chalybeate Hater. The chalybeate waters of Tunbridge Wells are n;i!1 to owe tbrir ruddy tint ami queer tssie t i the faer that St. Imnstan flung his piio-ko- r Into them after that uiehiijnil.le eiicouuter record ed in tiie old rhyme ,f ia the story goes, thice pul.'ril 1). by the nose With redh.it inr.jrs. which made him roar That he was heard three mil or more or that the glowing ir:loinU-a- nd a king snout Is one of the moat marked features of the fiend in the mediaeval art-w- as itself plunged Into the healing well when its owner had taken a flying leap out of the saint's cell at some nine or ten miles away, Louduu Queen. I)iir-t..- r. 1 WANTED - sagts. d Oae H'ag Bltad. Ton admit you are an impostor 7 said the Judge. No, I don't, your honor." , You claimed to be Mind, and yet you have an unimpaired eyesight." That's true, your honor, bnt Im morally blind, sir, and not being able to see the harm In my Innocent deception" "Fix months," ejaculated the Judge. Uut r, bdulr ,i liiiul.j ,1:! i w.i ; U.r g-- "l;Ue i 2.; -- 12-lt- WANTED tig Girl far 21si sSL WANTED at once. Heed hotel. WANTED A good A houue-work- , general j Full RENT Fur lioueka four or file rooms. App!j 2120 Wush. FOR RENT F'lriiislhd rooms, modern couvenlruct. 52i 23id Si. 121-8- FOR RENT furnished Grant Ave. : : fiat, 121-lm- o chamber uiaid. Apply FOR KLNT FOR RENT Clas furnished room, with bath, thr roughly renovated; ahw light housekeeping roosaa The FOR RENT laundreaa, Ogdec General Hospital, at once. tor room Furnished housekeeping. 2220 Lincoln. Colonial. 3C fuk Chinn, Manage?. Sl Mrs. 8. L Furnle bed rooms suitable lor gentlemen. 168 23rd. tf 13-I-- WANTED Good girl for hmisework. 2618 Madison general FOR BENT Furnished nett Block. iio.ir--- DEGREE OF HONOR, . 12 room. 2.'it. V. tt'il - 5 room iu... Ogden Lodge Xu. l, meet Wednesday evening at 5 o'cluck ot the A. O. U. W. halt Visiting member cordially invited. Mrs. Jemima Fui- .Mr- HiiL llnuncier; Mis L. Jennie PruuL re- i mo. iuWin rot luge. corder. SAI.K- lui'iltru brick, WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. ;n Weber Camp. Na 71, meet la K. balance $).)! d on itii.v A us o'U bargain far of P. hall la Utah National bliilding every Thursday evening at 8 Visiting 'Vueduiea cm dully u A. Whi'e iw: Jiih i. i;.;s-5- t oclock. Invited to attend. LORIN U. HEXLNGER, C. CL E. AlTH. Ciork. Finn hai l Rank I 2 ACRES. Luge uuulein houe, Building. half block fnui plenty of w ai W..dilug!iii: Just out of town; well KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, impiov.-ti- ; id; ,.r tiown to right ones; price $:.lvu.pris. j. Ryan, Five Ogden Lodge. No. 2, Knights of P.'thlao, meets at Castle Hall, Utah hOR SALE Three cbiiice lltt'.e homes National Bank building, every Monday evening. All K. ox P.'s requested f'vui lu to 3u acre: gojd liuprute-tuenta- ; te meet with aa outside city limit. P. BENJAMIN MARRIOTT, C. C A. Matitcu. lil2 3Sth at. K. R. GEIGER, M. of F. L-- N. MK1D, K of R. and S. A NEW reldeu-with city on water, licuch, $1,4im). Term, WOMEN OP WOODCRAFT. fil'd dowu, balance payable like payrent. ing CLauucy Parry, Cur. Be go Lily Circle, Na 174, uresis 2 ild A Wash. 1215-i- f T woeoad sad fourth Friday algUt 41 7:I, is of E haiL Vtatung FOR SALE -- 12U acre unimproved corn tally Invited. laud. BUilalilt) for chicken ranch and neighbors MRS. BESUE LEE. ti- - N- J orchard. Cuod spriug water; will CrwaL sell at root. 8. J. Kjau, Ogden. 38 Elij!..v EASTMAN, Clerk, " aahlngton Avenua FOR SALE Ranch of 320 acres, partly fenced, 200 inches water right, at Wouea of Woodcraft. Ogden Clrcl a S. in. $; & UNION DEPOT TIME CARD yri J : 15 mu. i. neigh-I'.tIiix.i.- t 1 WANTED A girl tor general housework. 2ti2k Wash. room Vr , FOR KAI.E 1906 REAL ESTATE Kii.ir 'j it'ap lt 1 U ! nv ,,..,.1. i'll AL mice, girl for general housework lor uiau aud wilt. Call -- it 21rd. a k. W AX fr.l 12 :in.i IlUUsei.l.'eiUlig 12 22 1 iu 2i:-.- WANIED Oiil lor LmuetaoiL, 102 -- Mil airtvl. 12 2vif. May-fiel- Hew He AaawereO. The London Academy tells a story of De Quiucey . lie had to fill up a census paper, and the set questions pua-alehim greatly. He finally managed to characterise his occupation as writer to the uiagasiueR," but when it came to the oceutious of hia three daughters his trouble began again. At last he put a ring around their names and wrote. They are like lilies of the field they toil nut, neither de they spin. A gtMiJ lluuaeuoin; ill's Liell i1mu Vl.iiijf tit 30, j,- t RENT- - i.igiu i num. 137 si. female help wanted. A r rai ia Mi-t- 222. i fivai kl.tvi. "1 fui.., u FOR SALE !. r. : DECEMBER MORNING, ROOMS. t,,r KUP. Ben- l;u:. fivc-roi.- e Dapai 10 Faat Mall J. Ryan, Ogden. Nad 4 Ml, meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 o clock. K. of P. haiL Viaiung Aeigh bora invited. WANTED, FEMALE. EIGHT-ROOframe bouse, mod era. BOARD end room. 131 SCth at. Due can be paid at tha offic of Ed. lot, WANTED largo bargain. $2,750.00. SITUATION As houseAnth, the after noon of tho 25th of each Fivo-rouframe house, dtv watuuih Firm National Bank Bldg. keeper for Latier-du- y room and Suini widower FOR KENT Firat-claaer. largo lot, snip, $750.00, Kelly A or man and wife; no washing; by hoard at the Virginia; most popular &UIB ALUiSN, U. N, US Twenty-latHerrick. a middle aged widow. Addre-- s M. place In the city. arrest MARIE CR1TES, Clerk, 2711 Mua E. O, care Standard. BOARD AND HPOM 449 26th Street to Avenuo, WANTED Dressmaking at 4SX 87th PROFESSIONAL FOR 6L; childrena claihe a specialty. RADIES OF THE MACCABEES. rent, unfurnished rooms Mrs. L. M. Smith. Phone 353-HAIR GOOD! AND COSTUMES. FOR Sllror Illvo No. L meets tha second RENT Three housekeeping rooms, 2268 Monroe. Phone 3727-A- . HAIR SWITCHES for sai at reduced O NeillWrih Tuesdays at 2:3V p. a. at HaiL Twenty-fiftX4 atreoL MALE HELP WANTED; prices, hair chains a specialty. cordially Invltad. tor root costumes to Masquerade FOR RENT HOUSES. SEBR1NG, L. C. W'AN'TED A collector and aolicitor; hallo and thosteis. All mail orders LLCr NELSON. R. K. CJB. Lo. to. good proposition for man who will FOR attended Mrs. promptly RENT Modern four-roobrick 881 341b. P. O. Bug 434 work; no triflera or boys under 11 KNiGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. bouse. Apply 2535 Mudisun. 12 26-t- f need apply, p, O. box :tR2. INSURANCE. Ogdoa Tent Na 24, meats ths noe-FOR RENT A new 6 room house, apWANTED-Lar- ge fireKlans house of anf fourth Friday avonings ply 1928 Grant. W. N. twenty-fivReal manuPublic, at PIERCEKotary years standing, oclock a harp, la L O. O. F. hsU. Life and Accident a Estate; Fire, facturing staple line of goods in FOR RENT 8 room house Malting Knights cordially invited to block 407 24lt BL constant daily use wants a good attend. u! Sacred Heart Academy; (9.00. man to manage branch whol.-saiW. HALRRT, Commander. X. H. Ives, 24bl Washington Avenu P-JUNK. business. Salary f 1.8(H) per year BOND, Record Koepor. and all expenses, payable nioulkly. FOR RENT Four-roomodTHE brick, INDEPENDENT CO. JUNK Also extra buys commission which MASONIC. ern. 2627 Monroe. Bell 714X. all kinds of Junk. Bell idiona 6X6S. should amount to more than salary. 1224-t- f lad. 8U981X Jaoub-aeA Grooa phono Applicant must furnish good referQueea Esther Cbajiter No. 4, O. E. 1148 Pacific. ences and 12,000 cash, which Is sat8. Regular meeting held et Masonic FOR BALE MISCELLANEOUS Hall on Washington avenue, botween isfactorily secured. Address, PresIF TOO have any kind of Junk, phoa Twenty-fiftident, 612 8. 6th St, BL Louie, Mo. FOR SAIJ5 Salt brine pickles, 5ftc and Tweaty-eixistreets to Ogden Junk Uoum; wo will call tbu lust and third Fridays of eacli per one hundred. 740 Washington lor IL Roll 'phono 225K; lad. 72L month. Sojourning membiTa cordial12 ..9-t- f Ave, Hell phone WANTED Men, everywhere; ly invited to st lend. good ANNA LEWIS, W. M. pay; to distribute circular, adv. FOR 8ALK Apple, apples, apples, OSTEOPATHY. LILY V. HALSTED, SocreUry. mailer, tack signs, etc; no canvassseveral bushe. of red winter ing. Address National Distributing 4530-y- . GORDON G. IVES, CORA O. IVES, cheap. Phones 6U7-k- ; RATH BONE S1STEK8. Bureau, 1U0 Oakland Bank .'Jldg, 1 mo. Osteopaths, grad aalas from parent Chicago, 111. school, Klrkvill. Mo. Lowls-Stey-nMoete every 8atuidsy afternoon nt FOR SALK Baby carriage, grapho-plmn- e block, suits 54 Treatment by 1:30 Pythian hall. Utah National WANTED Good man in each county and records, good condition. appolatmraL Hours I a. m. to i Bank la building. S.'ijniitclug sisters corto represent ami advertise Hardware 2725 Washington avenue. Ind C58. P. m. Hell phono 1014K. Ind. 1914 dially Invited to vi. Department, put out samples, ete. MRS. NKLIJK , . ;,H, M. B. C. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Salary 121.00 weekly. Expenao monMRS. ISABEL VL3ANT. M. of R. ey advanced. Dept, AG, The Colum- GUARANTEED Tlolin, (1 week. Pan-toand .C. DR. A. FERNLUND. Physician and bia House, Chicago. 414 25th. Burgeon. Office hour, 10 and 11 a ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS w , 8 to 4 p. m. 340 25th Hu Offioo CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS SPECIAL holiday prices on Baldwin will soon he held In every slate. Full A Kurtzmann pianos; term. Panphones. Bell U5K; Ind. 574 lteM-den-c Wnaatck Dlvlalon Na 124, O. R. C., 64$ Was4 Ind. phtmo M3. tone A Colllna, 414 Twenty-fiftparticulars and queatluni recently meetc aecoad and fourth Friday at used by the Commission free. Co2:80 p. m. la K. of P. hail, corner STEAMSHIP AGENT. lumbian Correspondence College, FOR SALE Furniture of three rooms Washington avenue and 2th street 2268 Adams. D. C, cheap. Washington, O. D. RASMUSSEN Representing the All broth are are cordially invited te White Star Lint, Bed Star Lino, Do- attend. LOST. WANTED Two sollrtlori; apply GEO. ALLEN, C. C. minion Una, Americas Lino, Scan2214 Washington Ave. D. U BOYLE, 8. sad T. dinavian American Lina; Holland LOST A Baavet Koch Scarf, on 23rd American Liao brlck-laylnsad The Rebetween Adams and Jefferson. MEN AND BOY8, Plumbing or Hamburg B. P. O. ELK4 American Lina PanMogera booked turn to Standard office and receive trade pays 15 to $8 per day; or from te of any point we teach you by practical instrucreward. Europe to Ogden Lodge. Na 711, moete ovary any part of the United' Stalea. 2357 tions In 2 months; position guar tad 135$ Waahlbgtea Avo., Ogdoa, Tuesday evening. Lodge and Club AGENTS WANTED. Coyne anteed; free catalogue. Utah. rooma, aecoad Boor Msauaie building, 94-Trade School, 4975 Eaaton Ave, SL 2416 Washington Avenue. AGENTS WANTED Call I to 9 a. m, Louis, Mo. W. BROWN, K. R. TAILORS. 6 to I p. m. Caroba Med. Co, 2361 J. II. KNAUSS, Secretary. , Wash. Ave. UNIFORM DIVORCE LAWS- Clothe elcantd and preaaod $1 a month. 117 85th It Bell phono 658Z. ORDER OF WASHINGTON. BUSINESS CHANCES. Ministers of Washington Will Oppose TELEPATHIC MEDIUM. the Movement. Ogdoa Union, Na 172, Order of FOR BALE Rooming house of 13 Washington, meets - ovary Tuesday rooms, furnished for housekeeping, o'clock la A. O. U. W. 11 rented, cheap rent on building. CECELIA GT.'BTAF, telepathic med- evening at Washington, Dee. 29. Vigorous obium. ran he coniulted In all the af- haiL Visiting com rads invited to Cash down, $300. 2182 Wash. Ava. jection will he interposed by the fairs of Ufa; 10 graduate of the attend. hurches of Washington to the adoptWILLIAM DOYLE, President. Golding School of Mines. 427 24th ion by congress of the uniform divorce WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. t., room 10. MONEY TD LOAN. laws agreed upon at the recent convention of the National Congreei of UPHOLSTERING. MODERN WOOD! EN OF AMERICA, Uniform Laws, held In Philadelphia. MONEY to salaried people without security or endorsement; payment I AM The ministers of Washington, it is doing all kinds of upholstering, to suit, either weekly or monthly; Utah Camp, Na 9990, A. W. AGEE, announced, propone to organize a s draping, carriage trimming, buslneaa confidential. Call and get V. C; J. H. SHAFER, Clerk. Meats movement to oppose the adoption of 410-1s making, carpet fitting, laying ovary Tuesday night at Kails Hall, $ my terms. D. D. Drake, the law. and cleaning. Your palronaRa Is re- p. m. Visiting members Invited. bldg. spectfully solicited upon asKtiranc BLOT UPON CIVILIZATION. of prompt service and fair prices at. DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS, MONEY TO LOAN on terms and city all times. I have had 21 years old real estate. HUNTER A KENNEDY Senator Beveridge Speaka Against Room 6, first National Beak Buildipractical experience; last seven LEEOTAH COUNCIL Na 3. D. of P Child Labor In Mines and Sweat Shops years with the Bovle Furniture Co. ngmoete every Wednesday avaalng at Estimate given freely. Very $ o'clock, Eaglo HaiL Duos can bo Lincoln. Neb, Dec. 28. Senator AlK. Van Kampen, resiMONET TO LOAN J. J. BRUMMITT. to Bust Aides, CL of IV, 11$ bert K. Beveridge addressed the dosdence 2iG9 Volkcr ave.; shop a me I6th St. State Nebraska the of ing meeting address. Bell phone 883-K- , IndepenSANITARY WORK MAMIE J. PLANZ, Pocahontas. Teachers association here last night, dent 8C12-D- . ALICE COLUN3. K. of R. Nathe and "Schools on the speaking DOJT3 of all klada. Boll phone 609Z. tion." Senatos Beveridge was introVETERINARY SURGEON. ODD FELL0W4 Nolo, McCarty, 2721 Grant duced by W. J. Bryan. Senator Beveridge spoke particularly state rights when providing against D. P. MILLIKEX, graduate veterinary Ogdoa Lodge Na 4 Independent 0 of child labor, "Nothing." he said, yellow fever and the bubonic plague, Calls answered night or dr of Odd Fellows. Meote la L surgeon. hushows how much greed forgets we remember states' right when proday. Office, Ogden Food and Sale o. r. hall every Tuesday evening. manity as child slavery. There la viding agmlnt the murder and ruin of Stahls, 2219 Wash. Arm Both Visiting brothan cordially invited to something wrong with a proitperity little children. night phono 465K. phones; ho D result! which Is ao Immense that It finally of states the A. B. GRAFF, Noble Great However, theory comes to feed upon the lives of little rights Is not affected by the child labor WINDOW CLEANING. HENRY KISSEL. Soeretary. children. Men who make money by bill pending in the senate. The bin too much are Infants making working affects child labor only In factories, UTAH window and hous cleaning Queen City. Rohokah Lodge Na 4 , money. Janitor and porter work. Sam Po- L O. O. F. haiL Moots aecoad and mines and sweatshops. That Is as far a half estimate low a are at There ls no Ca Ball. 192SK. OSca 414 fourth Friday evenings at Odd Fallows as It should go at present. It does not million children under fourteen at touch any healthful employment of street. Visiting 25th SL Ran, Twenty-fourt- h factories, work In cotton mills, glass in It the members Invited. children republic. anywhere Induitries. like and sweat-shopmines ESTHER RANDALL Noble Grand. cuts out only the cancer of murderous FRATERNAL Those whom such toil does not kill and debasing labor." MISS LOLA WOODBERRY, 8eT. We are being ruined' for dtlsenshlp. ROYAL ARCANUM. re turning out at e low entima'e 200.-00- 0 Junction City Lodge Na 36. IndeA JAP'S VIEW. adult London hooligan every year, Order of Odd Fellow, meote pendent Safest and besL Insures area for la 1. O. O. F. hall every and these become In turn the parent Thursday dedollars. one, two or three thousand of hundreds of thousands of other cordially evening. VlalUng brother Dec. 29. Wats-shl-, Rocky Muuntaia San civic Texas, Council, Antonio, this so pestiAnd 627, Na generates. from meet second and fourth Friday even- invltad to bo present home en route of Japan, and riot G. N. lence spread. JAMES BUNE, at A. O. U. W. ball, ovea How-wil'- a It mud be stopped If not for the Mexico to report to his government on WALTER RICHEY, Secretary. In ing atoro. Visiting brother laborers of condition then the Japanese themselves, children of cordially sake these other works, was iSTitOd. for our own sake; If fibt for the sake Mexico's mines and said he Walauhl M. test FRANK the rOULOER, for then here common night Regent humanity, of the J. W. WOTHEKSPOON, Collector. Swthero Pacific Conpaaj sake of the republics safety. For found the condition of bis countrymen in the but B. In work, the railroad ROBERTS, G. on Secrotary. citizenship. good this republic Is based extremely bad. We cannot sow the wind today with- mines conditions were of the Mexican FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. He called the attention Depart out reaping the whirlwind tomorrow. to gro-- s cruelty and Na 3 Pacific express tor "If everybody, including the most governmentsome reand Order mines of of Fraternal the In Eagles, Ogdoa San Francisco and earnest advocate of state rights; ceived the promise that conditions Aerie, No. 112, F. O. E., meets every Intermediate prints, could agree on a national quarantine in 4:30 s.bl be Improved. Monday evening Eagles hall, cait dally . law to keep out the yellow feter, would 1:00. not Broth-e.Reod at doe of hotel, VlalUng M. Wataehl says Japan express Pacific I which doe not kill twenty people In to San Eagles are Invited to attend the want another war nntil recuperated through twenty tears, how much more should from with Atria meeting. not and last certainly the labor Francisco, dally.. ,11:55 am. child law, national a we agree cn W. C. J. PrealdenL GAKBERG, p.m. I Fast Mall Limited. 3:25 to stop a practice that actually killsy the United State. D. T. TRACY. Secretary. S: 10 p.m. 1 Overland thousands ot children and Irreclsim-ablK. B. FORBES. Aeria Phyaldar DR. JIM HILL TO RETIRE. ruins tens of thousands eveiy Arrive. 7:10 a.it. ve8r. Mail FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. Faist 10 No. Industrie To be sure, no great express 6 Atlantic a in Hi!I. J. 29. Dec. J. Na Paul. St. were maintained upon yellow fever, o Of. den Idge. Xo. 271, T. F. B.. from San Franlaco for pnliliration today, said 7:20 vm. and great Industrie are maintained statementintruded and fouith Tuesday at rerond m'-e- i c .lulv 1st doily rell-tv that he upon child labor. Unnine-- s intcre! g p. in., in A. O. U. W. hall. 8 Overland Limited.. 2:30 p m. Visiting Nor horn mere not advanced by the bulmnfe president of the Orest Invited. cordially express Atlantic 4 members like would he Interests are adasylng. howrter. n. H. ADAMS, President. plague, but business from San r.tinrisco Is that an to he relieved or the iiHporsilillltlcs vanced bv child siaver.v-h- ut Intermediate IDA BECKER, Secret!. and Idv Have we become ao com- of bis position he coui i uot kc 1:50 .m. E. F. M19C11, Treaeuror. argument points, daily . do so to clear we way jet. whiiq forget mercialized that, Na a Atlantia express, for Denver, Omaha Council Bluffs Kansas City and aU Poiate oast, daily,. 7: 00 7: 30 .i 1:41 m- - 4:50 p a. Arrlva 2 California express from Council Bluffs BOARD AND ROOM. SITUATIONS i' Easter express... 8 Overland Limited, for Omaha, Bluffs, Doaverjfam aa city and cu I: 00 daily .. No. 112 Ogden and Echo.. I: 80 p.a. pan. No. 8 Los Angolea Lite 2 4 bargain. k Na Omaha, Kaua No.111 Denver, and City Ogden and -- Echo... 10:30 a. in. 500 p.m. 2a Na 1 Overland Limited, from Umaha, Cons-ri- l Bluff, Kansas City, Denver and all points eaL Na 7 Lo Angeles Ited i. 1 Lim- - ,,, i, 5:00 p m. h d e lagredleats af She Play. Half a text, a sprinkling of aristocrats, a sin or two and a quantity of good clothing are the familiar Ingredients of serious playwriting, and It la Wonderful to see what varied and In- teresting results can still be obtained from the recipe. Outlook. The Bedaala of Saeatra. The Bedouin la decidedly a handsome individual, lithe of limb like his goats and with a cafe an lalt colored kin. II a has a sharp profile, excellent teeth. He often wears a stubby black beard and baa beautifully penciled eyebrows, and, though differing entirely in language, In phyalqne and type, he closely resembles the Bedouin found In the Mahri and Gars mountains. Furthermore, the mode of life la the asm --dwelling In cares when necessary, but having permanent abodes on the lower lands and they have several other striking points in common; Greetings taka place lietwem the Arabian Bedouins and the Socotran Bedouins In similar fashion by touching each check a: 1 then rubbing the nose. We fuuud the Bedouin of Mount Ilaghler fond of dancing and playing his teberane, aud also peculiarly 1st In his religious observances, and, though ostensibly conforming to Mohammedan practice, he observe next to none of their precepts, and It ta precisely the same with the Bedouins whom we met In the Gars mountains. There is certainly nothing African about the Sonotmn Bedouin. Therefore I am Inclined to consider him as a branch of that aboriginal race which Inhabited Arabia, with a language of Its own. Nineteenth Century. her maid, the professor and b pupils, the bootblack and the army officer, the crippled mendicant, school children everybody la drawn Into the lotto net. a The main office la In Rome, but are In operation In every hamlet In the kingdom, and drawings take place every Saturday In eight cities. The public knows the hour of the drawing, and the plasa neer the Via del ITmltta, near the Quirinal, always swarma with people when the little blind boy draws five numbers of the ninety which have been placed there. These numbers are displayed on a signboard In the. order In which they am drawn, and the player who boa bought a ticket with tha same numOlder of British Titles. bers in the same order receives tbs They had been talking about an Enggrand prise. The play keeps many lish marquis and the position ha held people a till poorer than they would be hia tilled aristocracy. among the to revenue and la a great source of I didn't know a marquis ranked so country. Illustrirte Zeltung. high," said the girl In white. Deer me! said an Englishman. Rats as Gald Mars. It is a common practice for the boys Didnt you? Why, a marquia ranks some watch and Jewelry factories next to a duke." He paused to sip hia tea and taka a kill the rats which Infest the build-g- n and burn the bodies to obtain tlis foie graa sandwich. ild. Marquess, not marqnls, be went Many oiled rags are used In Is the more accurate use of the time in on, sail irnlahlng watch cases, ey become Impregnated with gold. word. It la ao spelled and pronounced In Burke. Khali I tell yon the degrees Iw rata pagrrly devour these rags, id a few months of thla kind of diet of the English aristocracy? The knowlyon edge may be useful to yon come to contract an International alliance, eh? After royalty come dukes. After dukes come marquises, then earls, viscounts, barons, baronets and knights. I dont mention lords. A lord is an earl the Earl of Craven, for Instance, ! often called Lord Craven or else the title la only the courtesy one accorded to the younger sons of dukea Philadelphia Bulletin. rab-office- UTAH. SUNDAY ! I leaves the pu.l in !;. . f u Pri'c Inn1!1. The at, out" tin- metal ubtiiln .l ;u j; blit gives the b: :ii,.ii v:.r.nc..ra Itl' W1, plenty of jes ke! fil, tories ymu'jr Ni.iiietqis ,,f ibiAi-.obuy Htlreui-t':e s'mres ,,f their felup in low worker In tlie rat London Bl. OGDEN EXAMINER, The Parrot Fish. Thera are water parrots as well as land parrot. The parrot fish come from the tropica, are brilliantly colored and have beaks something like those of the parrot, for use In breaking off the coral shell In order to get at the howliving polyp. Not all of them, ever. live on animal food, some species One aperies is being herbivorous. found In the Mediterranean sea. where of it has been known for thousands reyears. The Greeks and Itomans of first garded it for a time as the It was fishes, and Pliny tells us how Introduced Into the Italian sea In tb courea of the reign of Claudius. It anwas known as the scarus" by the stowonderful some told cients, who ries about Its love, Its wisdom aud Its or rumination. Some having a length been captured hava Inches sixteen alive. Dafeanae'a SeaL On the city seal of Dubuque. Is, apand pear the words La petite nult,"them. strangers are always pussled by the called Why should Dubuque be that the la explalued It little night?" settied by an old place originally was Inminer named Dubuque. When the to lands Dubuque certain dians granted the document wm drewn up la Tnavn who lu ITsIr'e .in Chlen. 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