Hl Where 41(1 the sning, ULtllnr; tho B font" originate' 1) I,. H In the ceremonies of lnitlntlon nf H Gecret Micletle-i. H Almut when will I lie present session H of Congress neljniirn? L. H In Vusiitt, pe.rhnps. Thetc is no fixed Hj What 'iorses liolil tin worlds tororil H In trotting and pacing, mid whit nro j the re if i H Tr tllnt Cpiimk, one tnlle, 2 'r."4, H made ntaii ! fwi. Ht Columbus, . B 1 icing "tar l'olnltr, one mile, 1 KO'e, BH August .1, KIT, at llon.lv llle. Muss. Hj llockv-llle, IVh. Mh H Editor Tribune -Will ou kindly In- HB form me Ihrotuh our Questions nnd Hi AnMv.ru c lumn ns lo tho following 1. H Is there n Hlite bounty m the follow- HHI Ing nnlma tve bounty In m i rose HHj rnnn roote fox nml nlRlcnt or lynx? R : How slilll I piorecd In ret the HH bounty ubrcribor H 1 I' Itnly of II each In nutlinrlrc.l for tho killing e.r wildcats c-njoteg nml HH foxo No provision Id mitde In tilt HH ttnlulrj rnr . ooi.i nunty I'ommls- HH rlnn. ip cni m.rod to offer reward for tli" kllllm or anlmilii iiIom named HH - 1 he p. rse.n '...king hountv should HH prcent the kin heat or hi tip with HH ram nttn.k I it the oil)... of tho dork nfthn.ountv who umn re. Plvlng snt- Isfnclnry proof tint Ilk- anlinil wos Killed within the li iiiltx -f thn ounty, HH "HI If "' a wan ant Mr flic amount HH duo on tho Troasuior of tho routity I When was thi pira.liiite first used, tnd by whnm was It In Aonte.l ' -CJriuo. HH It was elcvolo ied nml tlrMt emtiloyed successfully nt ytrnsshuig, In 1787, by rrnncols lllnnchatd. the iioronnut, who wns pensioned In 17M fif tc.sslng tho XlrJtlBh channel In n balloon HH In what eir wna the Illinois nnd ( "Wlscnniln Illnck Hawk iarl :. In hat ctr was tho great tiro In Now York? 3 In what rar ias Androw Jackson elected President'! ! O V In 1S12 :. Theio sero tun, one In lM'i. another In ISt'i. J. .In 1S2S nml iiRaln In KA B I.njlon, Utah. Ieh Kith. HiUtnr Tilbune Is It nnM- for n Rlrl to rend )n-r lionu or, uny boy rt HJ nlenllne? iKttoranre Certnlnly It Is prnpir. HH Wlmt lariBiince Is "Menr. Mono, Tckel, Upharsln ' the Iiniwlwrlllnc on the tvnll? A T. H. Chaldalc To nerraint for the fait that "All the KIiir'swIsp men' could H neither rend nor Inlerpret, It Is sup- posed by many wrltors that the In- scrlptlcn was written In other than Chnldncan chirnctcm HI What Is tho public itebt nt piesenf S Whit r cint has It dernnsod slmo the Civil war? 3. Whoils I'nsldcnt of the United States henatcf'-J II c. I Tho Treasury drpnrtn nfii statement tr January 31st puts It ut J1.130.723.B1I S. A cry small fiacttou net tc per cent, reckoninc from the debt of Juno S". W 3 No one. the fonstltutlon HI 1 provides that tho Vice-President shall HH f i'P. rresldent of the Sen He. nnd tho H9 f ,' I'rcaldency Is nlaJlt William 1'. I re Is rresldent pro tcnipoto of tho HH fccnate. HI .. Salt Ln,", c"' 1b- 7th. HH I-dltor Tribune Will ou plenso tell mp '" next Hundays paper If It Is local H to erect a b.irh-ulrn fente Insldo a lot tn the city limits: A Itcadcr. J It Is not leeal. Hi i V'U. .ou nnmo C'""H0 WashlnRton's J first Cnbnet7 . When nnd hn- loi.s Hi ."" I resident lloosevelt OoMrnor of HJ Jew YorkT-K. Hi Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of Btate: HB AlexamDr llnmllton, Hecretarj of the ' 7.rMUJ-: Hcnr Knox. Ketiilnrr of HI I ""ViFnmuel Os(.-ood l'ostmnstir-(!eii-JS rra ; Hdmund Ilandolph, AltoineMftlcn. rnl. : Vtnm Januurj 1, UJ5, t,i v. HJJ I remberJI 1000. I ,-, h;'t '-nke. Olty, Jan. 27lh. Hi I ,!,"!" TrlLun(' -p',a' answer tho Tollonlnsr In our next Sundi's Till.. J with red. white and blue stripes only. Hi ' Jenslhwuy of the UK? ;. f t , Hi i ;?.tHhnt col'"try l.es It belonra' 3 MB ' Vhnt can be done with person who J continuously float a forelsn IlaK oer , n public bulldlnK? vl. l'lease l-o ref ,0M,?-M "f .', "hfr 1 ""' ,l," " HJ i thins pertalnlnc to ittiestlon thre - HJ i American HJ I -No. 2 Tho Netherlands 3. Noth- Hl . J'iW l, P"' lB ' statutory pi-o- I -Vto1-'.1" ,hp enter of p.'milntlon Sov of Ulll",,, Mu?- I i .Ji" "'fthomolew county In.! , x HJ f miles (outliuist of Cnlumbiis tho 'luout ' (ieKiees 6 r.ilnuteM nnith Intl. H ,te" '" .",l"' ',"lNe "f Aluxltn, HJJ 'Hawaii nn I ticint ncrslon. B I .i.rV'i"""11 .''a1'" "f cn,,nn rro H for tho Inst thrto or four nis IJilt- H ' , In Ihotlsunds of tales iespertlelt . for 1R1! )M3 i0,o and H01, tho I mi res ' "r.e-,"rlh liirnllii.1 Vo im nnd 11; for Mouth i-arollna. .'),(! dco S74 , . I 215'- .nzti nd mn, MIssIsfIpoI 1S "1 nd 61S. T.xns .MS 3141 2B71 nn I I 3.oll, Arkansas, 905, 921 or. and S19. Itn. nersee, 360, SSI, :to nnd .'75. H ,. ,. ,'"""l". Wo. Teh, 1st H Hdltor Trlbun -When is tho best Imo o cut nIf.ilf.iT When will it " tho stions-st feed for stnek? 2 hilt it tho cause of potntoes bolnir of a. knotty condition i'eno unsner rnpTiVTr" ' "",r U"U""0 i1. T.1!i,J?st ,lm to Ult nlfalfa Is ylieii t la In full blossom ns nt that 2nS',i,nro,.,,V,V". ""' fc'entwt murliion and will thrlnk khs after belnis Liit 2 Iho chief cause , failure to select proper reed Hnionth potatoes Bro" from smooth potatoes.knotty ones fiom knotty need. Another tauci. Is b," Jnnnagement In Irrlsatlnn. tint Is n. Slowing the Kround to m oine too dry when the potatoes nru UpeniiiK un.l then Irrlcallns cnusInK knots oi Iuiiiim to grow on the potatoes. ' i I"T,,hrf n "'",o "I Lords in ' nnnd.i' , - .I?.0'" " rnIre mme pnsuue to send I a letter from nnaland to Canada than Lettveen two plac.s In Kngland' -! ' t,,.' ,,le h'Rlif house of the fan idltn , J arllament Is tho Senate Senators ure mi?'l.,ei.'or.l"e '' noi i ceneral (himself nn uppolntee of the ' ' m:.!?- ."P'1 m""t b 3I) V"r old and B flf.'ii1 nt,,t J'000- 2 Not unless the I J. . i.Kcl,h" nver nalr "n ounce, thnt f h TTV,i..rJu,,J., iour 9"es goes within b 5E!.Unl,ed kingdom for a penny, while 1 iehtai"n.l,kc"rr' m'y " 1'ttlf-ounlo y letter to the Dominion. I. . Anthony. Ida., Teb. 9th. Hdltor Tribune -What la tho seating capacity of the Fait Lsko Theater? 2. Also of lh largest theater lr HuitoT-' HuitoT-' SA. Reader. jj i, CTlio ie atlnB capacity, at tho-fSalt I.nKi Theater li UOO 2 The flrand filiera house, the l.irReit theater In Ilutte, has a seating tapailty of lid). Wns the leanlnn lower of Plsn built to lean? If not, when and how did the leinlng take place' -1. It Is thnuKhl not but that II lieRan to lean whn the third of Its elKht stor lea was completed The nrchltects seem to have accommodated their de-stuns de-stuns to this situation, and to hae adhered to the Imllni, but lessened the slope of the upper stories so as to keep the renter of Kmlt within tho walls. The entire donation H about fourteen feet, the diameter of the whole lielnc flftj feet The structure una lieRun In 1171 but Its eighth story was not completed until the middle of tho fourteenth century. Salt 1S.ke city, rehrunrv 11th To decide n liet please stale whether the Major has authority to appoint the doK-tax rollei lor over tho appointment b the lleeorder I'nder the ln the City Itei order Is also do.t ix rollertor Tho dou catcher Is the Collectors deputy and Is np-Imlnted np-Imlnted by the Collector subject to con-Ilimntlon con-Ilimntlon by the Council The Major has nn iioner to make tho appointment. rnnn, Utah, Fehnnry 12th. IMItor Tribune Please ,je, In Huti-daj Huti-daj s pafier. a brief sketch of Samuel I. Clemens (Mnrk Twain), nnd oblige, restriilij - a Subscilber Mo was born In riorl l.i. Mo November Novem-ber in mi", served as npprentlic In n prliitlmr oilhe nt 11, was Misslsvlppl river pilot for n short term In 1S01 ho biiatnn pilvnte secretnrj to his brother, and soon iftcr was Terrltoilal Hecie. tary of Nov ad i. Then he wns n teportrr nn the Perrltorlnl Enterprise nt Vlr-Rlnlu Vlr-Rlnlu ( Ity, Nev , thence he went to San I inticlsco, his famo spreadlnR as a hinnnilst He hid u Blent populirlty ns writer nnd lecturet nnd moved Hast. In ISSI he founded the publishing house 'f '. I- Webster .1 Co. which Involved him In heavy Iosmh, which he has slnco paid by his wrltlnus nr.d lectures He published 'The JumphiK TroK" In H7, Inioccnts Abrour In UG9, nnd many other works since. Ilia nddrcs Is Hurt-ford, Hurt-ford, Conn. I have the rules of basketball, but "Hit uiMlirsliMid Hum, will jou ex-pin ex-pin n the follow Ini; points How Is the lull ndvnntoil' 2 How nre the plnj-ets plnj-ets nnniiRed' 3 Can tho opposing s de try to Ret the ball from tho side that has It' I When Is the goal tried for' J r Hy throwing or by battlnc with the open hand or hand It may not be kicked or slruck with tho fist A play-er play-er may no run with the hall but must tlnnw It fiom tho spot on which he stnn Is as ho tnlihes It. or maj dllbbte It 2 Of ,i team of five two "for-wards "for-wards ore towurd the sides, nbout time-fourths the vva to the enimj's Bjinl, two bnrks" nro behind them, closer together nnd noir their home ironl, and the 'center" Is about midway between the other four 3 Certilnly, any plnyei has n Hunt to the hull nt any time while It la In the held of pliy. provided only that he handler the ball and not the opponent. 4 Ooala aro tried for whenever nn opportunity offers, experienced plnjers nvvalt (rood opportunities, rnther thin doliiK toi much lniiK-dlstance throw In. Rait Like Cltj-, Teh 13th. I.dltor Tribune Will jou kindly nn-svver nn-svver the following; nuestlons In next Siindaj s Tribune: 1. How old Is Miss Alice ltoo.vet? 2 .re rrinels nnd I rank tho same name, are Harriet and llattlo the same linme, aro Prances and rnnny the mine' 1. i:iRhtwn 2 Prank Is the diminutive di-minutive of Prnncls. llattlo of Harriet Har-riet nnd fanny of Prances. ,..,. '''nsham. Utah. I'eh 2nd. I.dltor Trlbui.o -Will jou please nn-swer nn-swer In Questions and Answer, Sun-daj. Sun-daj. fcny I hold loon shties of stock in a nilnlni; roinpnny tint has 100,000 nt It jxr sh iro, smnobody bujs the maklntr 20ii.0oi) Mines of stock at $" lei shaic what number of sin res nm I enlltled to In the new Issuo? Hut). Wo ran t tell on so Indefinite n nues. VS. 1 n".l ",D """ rropcrtj Is In. vvh ,r,',,', '"", nn ,,hl" Here cleared off on,""""""""'"1' nml ""OI from .'' "K".ncro "" ni,Kllt ,H, Inferred from jour stalunent, jou should havo Mt .-3 bhnres In the now compmy. m. n- i.'"hiril. Ida, Fch th sen, wl.2r",uj"'l'le"0 "" '" ln ",0 U in 1 Iy Vf.nl.,r ,'"H"r "hether 11 n l?iVr 0"K', of the United Males nnd ohlKe subscriber ii.V'kT'!'" '" c!""l'"ed of two branches, nti..""V',"nl .""' 1,ou,i' "' "epresen-latlves, "epresen-latlves, Mr IlnlierU whh elected In the llouso of ltepresentntlvcs. r-rti., "f"',11'''. """. I'ebrunrj 11th Tank, ! iiiVi' ""r. l-Pr where Utah rnnki vlth the ht.ites of the I'nlon on e. tici Ion lines' I m ofn,J n0'nn, that she Is nbout third In rank hlndlj answv throiiBh Mmr paper nnd obllce jours rcspeetfuit, -.Intin h-cn,lnll 11 jou inenn In percentnee of lint, era. J, which Is prob.!by the ole'r ' i mates In pcrceiilaK. of miter ilea to the whole population over 10 jeais of nue a lis follows, up tc. Ptahi Nebraska -111 WjoiiiIiik 141 Iowa ltd Kansas 311 preKo 4 11 South Dakota 4 22 Wash. Inn-ton 4 27 Idaho Ml, r olorndn s "1 Ohio 5 24 Illinois 5 25. Conr em S2 ' liklahoni.i :,v. Milne S hi .New -oik S61. run 5W Ihese tlirures are fr?,.,, tho Unit,! States census ? ", fr " tompllnllon of the n(M nf , ,'ot hnliiK Iieen jet nude so far ns wo rei t,:;rYn,o,5s:,?J:':7.o,,;1"l,,,'1!.,Ht-, He was Inrn In .New .irk city June .V.I.' .'. '!!"' wn" a I'eoclous j'oung-stir j'oung-stir at the ace of 11 edlilnff clande-s-tlnelj .1 weekly paper, the ll, Ian Mliror." while empioj.-d com'i.J I lllent college lomilln iik two lerm and puhllshliiK tvventj-tlve mtmlieS or n periodica, ,,.,, Tlhe PailVS.- ".' Irst iriK-nrince ns a professional ic-r,""l ic-r,""l " N- York Fehnnry .'I 1(09. ns Voting Norval" lie Mi. peiited In other elites here and In tVi3 was plajlnn ,i HiiKlan I IVr the nV." went, jean he had a -.reer e,f v.V lieu success ns iitim, plajwrluht nnd minaKer nnkltut ,ut, Inonej j" heepliiR in almost constant llninclnl aT,dPlf.arlV ,Whl" ,""1""B ln '""'" and Paris, ho vviot,. nmv diamis, most 1, adaptations from the French ":"' '""1 ''harles the Second" i'-i"1 n'",l',ll"B but tt was In 1 larl or the Ma d of Milan that his sonc Home. Sweet Home" ri red 111., nnd In J8I1 was appointed American Ameri-can consul at Tunis, holdliiK the of. he until hi. de.th there April i? w i;L.,nl"",,..!!"s lelnterred at Wah InBton In ISM 2 He wns -an exile from home' as a matter of choice jou see. His molhei died when he was U J. ..Jlt I.ako City. Jh Itth Kdl(or Trlhuno-WIll jou ploaFe In. iorm me where the Spanish dry dock lis thi t waa bought from Fpaln hy the Unlt.nl States? Tho last I heard of It It w vs about to enter tho Suez canal botin for Manila, V I A buhserlher Inijilry nt the Navy department elicited tho Information that tho dry dock li still ln Havana harbor, In use by the navy. Fnlt Lake f Ity, Feb 11th. Kdltor Tribune Would jou please Answer In jour next Sunday's paper when company r, First United States Infantrv, Is comlnB back from the Philippines, Phil-ippines, and where It Is nt present? I hope jou will answer, ns I wrote once before nnd did not recelvn nn answer. A Header The report that company F, First United States Infantry, will soon sail from the Philippines, homeward bound, Is unfounded Ocn llytd. assistant 'lUartermaster-Keneral, tells The Tribune, Trib-une, that no order has been Issued for the return of the First, which would In nil probability be abroad for a. year or more. Will jou name the wives of Henry Mil of KiiKlund In succession as mar. r ,rt ,0,nlmT 2 Who of his children ioiBne.17 3 From whom comes the present House of Tudor? 4 Who was the fnthei of Mary Queen of Scots? r.. Was she born In FnBlnnd taken to Irante. then hick to Scotland? B Who was her mother' 7 She was married to Hothvvell but was he her only husbind' x Had she not a son? -I.adj F.llznbcth Cathaiine of Aragnn. Anne Ilolejn. Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Cnthar-,11 Cnthar-,11 ,.1i"r'1' r,nn"-'"' rarr 2 All tne rhlldtrn of these nmrrlaBes that survived him came to the throne They !?1' ''Iwiird I relRiiliiB from 1S47 to !m2 .A',"r, ' ''-'M". nnd I.llzibeth H.I.S.K.W 1 The present relgnlnB house In that of Hanover The House of Tudor hernme extinct with Wlza-beth Wlza-beth nml hrenn with Owen of Tudor, n," ,ob'r,lr'' Welsh Rcntleninn who married mar-ried Catharine of Frnnce. widow of Henry V of Hiiglniul Henry VIII, lHI-IM, was first Tudor monarch. 4. James V of Scotland r. She was born nt I.lnllthRow, Scotland, nt the ajo of !, nlllinced to Francis. Dauphin of I ranee, and ln the sime jo-ir waa taken tak-en to France to be educated nt tho 1 rench cnuit. She was 19 when she returned to Scotlind a widow 6 Mary of Oulse 7 She married Francis, nf. tor his death married Henry Stuart, I.011I Darnley, and took Hothvvell ns husband nfter the murder of Darnley. 8 Yes. James 1 of Oreit Hrltaln. (James I of Scotland) by her second husband Recently In this department tho Hurl-InBton Hurl-InBton mlleaBo wns placed Ht S2.'0 when It Is 8100 It I, the second longest road under one name In America. Ontario, Or. Feb. 12 Fdltor Tribune- In a Emno of hlBh-flvc, hlBh-flvc, with 30 points ns tho Kame, Valine Vali-ne No 1 have 24 nml No 2 havo 23 points In tho denl follovvlnR, which Is tho last, No 1 bids 7 nnd makes It, ench scorliiB 7 points, thus making No. 1 31 and No. s 32 points Hut No. 1 claims the game by tenson of having made nil they bid. Were they rlEht? Subscriber. Tho denier would go out. ln a gamo where one has to make but one or two points ngnlnst six or ten, tho one with the one point could count out upon securing n point, but the Kame Is gen-trally gen-trally played, the bidder to go out If lie makes tho number nf points bid notwithstanding- that his opponent may hnve but one point to make Strictly to rule the count Is m ide, high goes out first followed by low. jack nnd game, then the pedro of trumps nnd cinch In order. Different rules govern the game.