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Herding of New York's Poor.
H r;ui) D. Crnvnth, chairman nf tho
1 ' -(oncnuinl-liouBo committee of tlio
Charity Organization society, declares
tliat a close cnnvns shows (lint there
arc In Now York tenements 357,000
HH rooms that huvo no windows.
HH ' Important to Mother! .
HHJ V.nmlno cart fully cYery lottlo nf CASTOTtlA,
HHJ r anil mra remedy for liifnnti anil children,
HHJ ' Nil M-C llllt
HHH lion I tic fjl , Si?.j Y7
HVJ HUlurouf L6afyr4&&UM
fl I lu Uaa For Over 30 Yim.
HHH XUr Ulna Yoa lloro Alwa;s Bought.
H Love'i First Awakening.
HHH j Onn is always n litttu hypocritical
H I In tho beginnings or lovo. How can
'1 -you expect n woman, n rensonnblo
1 woman, 'to confess to herself frankly
H J (lint a man whom sho did not know
B ! yestordny occupies already n larger
H j -place In her heart than all her rein-
H i tlvcs, friends or enemies? Shu will
H ' spend entire months, a year, perhaps,
H ! In seeking for her preoccupations all
H ' sorts of names before giving to thmn
H thulr true one. Madame Kmllo do
H Not Complimentary.
H A stockdealor, buying horses In
H 'Colorado, had been dlicctcd to tho
M i ranch of Old Illll Sands, Wishing to
H J learn something of Old Hill's business
H ' -methods before entering Into negotln-
H i 'tloiis, ho made some Inquiries at a
HHb uiear-liy ranch.
H "What sort of business man Is 1)111
H ' ti.inds?." he miked.
H "Wnil, Btrungor," replied the ranch-
H or. "I don't think Old Hill would go
H rt'hiiiih to hell for n nickel; but he'd
H ikenp llshlng around the edges for It
1 viii til ha fell In." Upplncott's.
I "'HOW DEBILITY SHOWS "
H And Why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
HH Are a Speclflo for Dangorous
HH Physical Decllnos.
H Tho syinptoniHof general debility vary
H noconliug to tho cause but weakness in
HH always present, a tendency to iwrnplre
m and fatlguo easily, ringing in the ears,
HH Hometiiiies black spots passing lKifuru
fl thu eyes, wcuk buck, vertigo, wakeful
fl . uutHuuisod by inability to stop thinking,
B Mild mirefrehliiiig sleep. Tho cjiumi of
B 4hu tmuble limy bo somo drain on tho
M .-Hyslein or it limy bo luontnl or jihysicnl
' -overwork, Hoiiiotiiucs iusuinclout uutii-
H 2 Hon due to tligcMlvo dlhturlmnco. In
1 i tlio laller case t hmo is genunillyn loss of
1 upiH.-tlto mid u cojiled tongue us well om
M general languor mid dobility.
H Mm Lulu M. Jletzger, u hloiiognipher,
H HiilTercxl for over n year from general
H lulnllty. "It wiiHiu.sedbyoverstuily,"
H inIio wiys, "mid I had no ambition, didn't
B -want to K" miywhcre, my ftxxl didn't
UaUi giKMl, I was run down, lifeless nnd
m li-itless. I tiMik medicines but they fulled
1 to help me. Filially friends recent-
H jiionded Dr. Willlnnih' Pink Tills to my
M nintliei and hho got Mime for me. I took
1 tlieni for some time anil was entirely
H cured and luivo hud no return of tho
H Dr.Willlapis' Pink Pills euro debility
H iMicaiihO they actually niiike now, rcil,
ricli MihmI, mid as the blood carries
H iiourisliiiieiit to all thoorgiiiiHiind tissues
H of tho body, nerves us well as inusulos,
H tho now blood stimulates the organs to
H Iu tho work that iiiituro exin-clsof them
H mid normal health follows. Not only
B '. ; u this treatinout HiillUdeut to euro do.
lillity but many hovevo nervous disorders
H il well. .. .
M Tim pills nro sold by nil druggist!., or
H k' -will bor-ent ixihtimid, on m-elpt of price,
H v 60 routs tier Ux, six lMixes ,60, by tho
M yi Dr. Williams Mediriuo Co., Sohoneo.
H j jjuiy, K. Y, Scud for free diet book.
WITH A DEVIL FISH.
NEV; OHLEANS PARTY HA8 EX
SHOTS AROUSE THE GIANT
N It, Followed Sluggishly by
jre, and Eullets Find Make
Little Imnresslon on the
iN'ew Orleans. The sensation In the
fishing woild recently was tho expo
ilenee four sportsmen had with a
devil fish n.V I loin Island.
During .the week tho big power
juclit Jciunic, owned by Commodore
Thomas Sully, with John 1'. Hulllvmi.
I'hll Weileln and Ned Itlghlor us
guostB, inn out to Morn Island for a
few days' llshlng. They had nil tho
sport they wnntcd with mnckoiel and
bull rcdfliiti. and eatly one Sundny
morning slartnl for the eastwanl pass
of Deer iHlnnd and Hlloxl bay.
They had tnuolcd possibly tluvo or
four miles from tho Island when. Just
ahead of the yncht they snw some
thing on thu surface of tho Bound
which looked like a giant turtle. Tho
course of the yacht was changed so
ns to oveihaul this strange creature,
and when the botit itemed tho fish
tho engines were slowed down and
Tho yncht came up close to the Hull.
which proved to bo the Inrgcst devil
fish over seen In Hint section, Hur
lug Inst Bunimer a number of theso
monsters, sometimes called the
blanket fish, hnvo been seen, but
they were not longer thnn nvo or six
This monster measured in tho
neighborhood of lfi feet lu length, nnd
was fully seven or eight feet broad.
When tho nose of tho fish wns
alongside the step or tho yncht, Its
'tall wns Just opposite .(he foremast,
a distance of over 1C feet, hut, to
make the measurement reasonable,
the sportsmen caiuo to tho conclu
sion that they would give tho fish 1C
feet ns a fair measurement.
Commodore Sully secured nn Im
proved Winchester and went on top
of the pilot luniHo to get n good
shot. Thu fish wns lying very near
the surface, nnd did not seem to
pay thu slightest attention to the boat
and Its occupants. Two shots wero
II red In rapid succession, hut they did
DRINKS POISON AND
RUNS TO MORGUE
Machinist Tries to Save Trouble, but
a Friend Dalks Good Inten
tions. Philadelphia. Iluvlng drunk car
bolic ncid, Oordon Dates sat down
upon the steps of the morgue to die.
This unique action seemed to speak
more strongly than any words that
ho might have written or snld that
ho desired to lessen, ns fur us was In
tils power, the trouble thnt his fatal
lraught would be to others. Hut his
death was slowor than ho hnd cal
culated, so that after all his fore-
i l -
He Ran to the Morgue to Die.
thought ho traveled to the morgue by
way of the Hahnemann hospital.
Hates, who was 39 years old. and
lived In Wood street, u hnlf block
from the morgue, thought ho wns
going to die from consumption. Sev
eral friends nnd relatives had gono
Hint wny, and ho became dally moro
lonely mid despondent. Finally, hav
ing nerved himself to tho flnnl strug
gle, ho drew fiom his pocket a bottlo
full of carbolic ncid and tossed of
the contents, while standing vear Ids
landlady, Mrs. Annie Ilrngun, whoso
husband, Cornelius, died from con
sumption u cjuuple of months ugo.
Mrs. Ilrogan, In hor effort to pre
vent his swallowing thu poison, was
severely burned upon tho arms by
some of the liquid.
"Now I'm going down to tho
morgue," wero tho innn's parting
words, ns suffering tho first agony of
tho death strugglu, ho ran fiom tho
Ho mid Just sunk upon tho steps of
the morgue, when one of his friends,
Malcolm Cochran, a plumber, came up
and asked him whnt wnu tho mat
tor. "I've Just drank poison, and I'm dy
ing," wus the response. And thu next
minute he sunk Into a stupor that
presently ended In death on tho way
to tho hospital,
not seem to bother tho fish In tht
When the shots wore fired tht
giant sank slowly nnd came up ngulr
u few feet further nhcad. A dozen
moro shots wore fired from tho rifle,
but no Impression was mndc. Kully
half an hour the yncht Iny to whllo Its
occupants tried all kinds of means to
wake up the monster of the sea.
Worlcln finally grabbed n long boat
hook and wanted to tie a lino to tho
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The Shots Had No Effect on the Fish.
handle nnd harpoon the fish, but the
others wero not exactly certain as
to tho results of such mi experiment,
and would not listen to Wcrleln.
I'lnnlly the yncht got under wny
again, and the devil fish, with a fow
lazy waves of Its glnnt tentnclos,
dropped In behind nnd followed the
boat for fully halfa mile. Then It disap
peared. A few weeks ngo V. C. C. Claiborne
and several othor fishermen returned
with a story about threo devil fish
scon nt tho Island, but their story
wns taken with a largo grain of salt.
Clnlborno has a reputation for story
telling, but his tale Is followed up
now by this experience, and tho
sportsmen nre wondorlug If a big
yacht, with plenty of harpoons on
board might not furnish n lot of lively
aport to tho sportsmen.
Hates, who was a machinist at Huld
win's, ennio horo from Hlllvlllo, Wnr
ren county, New York, two years ngo.
His only known relatives nre two sis
ters In that place.
DIES OF JOY OVER LETTER.
Man Collapses When He Reads Good
, Tidings of Old Friend.
! Philadelphia. Overjoyed by tho re-
, ctilpt of a letter from nn old friend.
Alexander Alcorn, 40 years old. suffer-
I cd an attack of heart disease nnd
The letter reached hero late Satur-
ilny afternoon, but Alcorn did not re-
, colvo It until Sundny morning. He
did nut nppeur to recogulzo tho band
writing on the envelope, but, upon
opening It, ho smiled mid became very
"Cosh! I am glad to get this lettor.
It's from a friend I hnvo not heard
i from for ten years," he said. Ho had
read a portion of the letter mid wus
about to sit down In n chair, when hu
collapsed and died.
Several men who saw Alcorn col
lapse thought at first thnt he had ac
cidentally fallen. Upon lifting him
they weie surprised to find thnt ho
wns dead. Tho lottery-was still lu his
right hand. It wns dated from New
York city and wiu signed "Joe."
Rooster Is Fond of Kerosene,
I'ullerton, Mo. Tho craziest loostor
lu all Mlssouil Is owned by Walter
l.ynuo, residing near here. It Is act
ing as If It weru an nutomnhllo and Is
creating havoc among tho flock. This
rooster no longer crows at dawn, but
by assiduous association with a fow
geese It has acquired a level) "honk,
honk," and practices this on all occa
sions. At times It starts at one end
of the barnyard and, giving n warning
alarm, rushes through tho rest of tho
chickens, bowling them over right and
loft. A fow days ago Mrs. I.ynno left
a can of kerosene on the back porch,
and within ten minutes tho rooster
wus doing Its best to drink up tho
stuff, undoubtedly with tho object of
acquiring the gasoline smell. It Is also
developing an "auto fuce."
Cut Tree to Free Prisoner.
Mnhanoy City, Pu. Hnndcuffed to
an apple tree by two deputy state
gnmo wardens for shooting mblns In
violation of tho game law, refer
Coning was freed by two companions
who outwitted tho wardens In u two
mllo chase through the woods ut
(ilrurd Manor, returned with an nx,
with which they felled tho treo mid
hnd tho manacles removed from
Coning at a country smithy Just us
tho wardens got back to tuko their
treo-bound cnptlvo n prisoner to town.
Why He Invested.
"I've Just bought n carload uv fer
tilizer," said Karmor Geohaw.
"Ker the land's suko!" exclaimed
"Yaas. that's what 1 bought It for,"
replied the old granger.
By S. A.'D. COX
(Coy.! rlKlit. by D.nly Mori I'uu. I o.
Thu ringmaster was n handsome
.nan, after a cruel, tigerish fashion;
and Mllo. Zongnrn. the animal train
er, was good looking, too. True, there
wero hard lines about her face, show
ing that tho mademoiselle had lived
and buffered, but what of that? She
had a heart, she had feelings. Just the
same as do those whom fortune has
never buffeted, and when tho ring
muster coolly told her that he no long
er cared for her, und thnt he was go
ing to marry Mllo Theiese. the bare
back rider, who can blame Mile. Hon
gora for feeling hurt und angv ?
They stood thoio lieslde Mile. 5Con
goru's cage of lions mid tigers, lie
with n cold, sneciliig smile on his
lips, she with pnlu and rngo in her
eyes eyes which weie capable, on oc
casion, of flnshlng with ns much
fleieonesB as those of the most rour
agcoiis of her tigers.
"So! You nre going to tluow me
over and innrry that white-fneed chit
of a girl, are you?" fiercely.
"So I have told you," caielessly.
The animal queen wns not the wom
an to rave. She simply regarded the
ringmaster for a few moments with
flashing eyes. Then she pointed to
Dlavolo, the mun-entlng .tiger, In the
cago before them, and said In an In
tense, cutting voice:
"Look theie! You see Dlavolo? He
Is a tiger, a brute. He would tear
anyone to bits, nnd thnt would end It;
but you are worse. You tenr your
victim's henrt, wring tho life blood
from It, nnd leave Its owner to live
nnd suffer! The tiger Is tho better
nnlmnl of the two! "You "
With n harsh laugh, the rlnmnuster
turned nnd strode uwny, leaving the
woman to glare after him, pain, rage,
despair gleaming fiom her eyes.
Mile. Xongora, desiring to always bo
near her animal's", lived In a little
house on wheels, a house-wagon, con
sisting of two miniature rooms. Thoro
wero two doors opening Into the sitting-room,
ono at either side.
After the performance that evening,
the ringmaster entered this room for
what was tacitly ltiulei stood to bo
the Inst time. Mile. Xongoia had In
vited him to enjoy a little luncheon,
with wine. Sho bore him no 111 will,
she told him, and wished their part
ing to bo ns thnt between friends.
Sho greeted him with a smile. No
ono would have guessed that she wub
The ringmaster was somewhat ill nt
ease, at first, hut after they had eaten
something, and drank some wlno, ho
began to bo himself again, and laughed
and talked as was his wont. Ho
little suspected that Mile, .ongora was
ns good an actor ns she uns.au animal
trainer. Ho little suspected thnt she
was playing n part for a puiqiose. He
little dreamed that, standing close be
side the llttlo house-wagon, on the
fnrther sldo from tho one nt which
ho had entered, wns the wagon con
talnlng the cago In which wns Dlavolo,
the man-eating tiger. He did not for
one moment suspect that the door of
this cage was exnetly even with the
door of the house-wagon. Nor did he
Imagine thnt a certain circus roust
about wns standing with hnud on the
slldlng-door of tho tiger's cuge, ready
to draw It quickly back when he
should hear n whistle from Mile, .on
goru's llpttr Hut all this was tine
And when tho ringmaster, his heud
muddled by tho wine he hud drunk
rose to leave, ho did not notice thai
ho was shown to the door on the op
postto side of tho room fiom tho one
on which he had ennored, biit this wn
With her hand on the door. Mile,
ongora smilingly bade the ilugmaster
good night and good-by. Then she
Jerked tho door open, nt tho snine mo
ment giving utterance to a shrill
whistle. There wns u grilling sound,
nnd then, ns tho rlnginnster, surprised
und ii hit startled, hesitated, Mile.
Zongorn gave him a fierce, strong
shove, nnd he wont headlong thiough
the doorway of tho hoiiso-wngon und
through the open door of Dluvolo's
cuge, also! There was n grating sound,
as the cage door was pushed shut,
Mile. Zongorn's door closed with u
slam; mid then
Mile. Zougnrn stulTed cotton In her
cars and calmly undressed nnd got
A Busy Voter.
John Weaver, the reform mayor of
Philadelphia, wob recently congratu
lated by u delegation of clergymen on
tho clean administration that he tins
given tho Quaker city.
In tho course of his leply, Muyor
"1 am glad to tell you that things
with us hnvo Improved. Take, for In
stance, tho ninttor of elections. A
Phlladelphlun, some years ago, was
running for u small ofllce, und on
election day ho wont from poll to
poll cheering his suppoiters on.
"As he loft n cortnlu poll a shab
by Individual approached nnd shook
him by the hand
" 'I trust, sir,' snld tho candidate,
'that you nro ono of my supporters.'
"'Ono?' chuckled tho shabby Indi
vidual, 'Why, bless your heart, I'm
soven of 'em.' "
Writer's Nervous Strain.
On tho day of tho production of
his now play, "The Hondman," Hall
Cnlne said to mi Interviewer: "Think
of me, worn with anxiety, rambling
about tho stieets and pruylug for tho
fall of tho curtain!"
Poor Color for Grass.
An Englishman who has been vis
iting In tho suburbs recently Is hy
percritical, to say the least. Ever
slnco he- has been visiting this gen
tleman ho hn h'"n finding fault with
cvo-ylh:..,. The othor evening Uiey
wero on tho host's beautiful Inwn
"This would bo charniltie," Mr Blank,
If It were not for tho color of the
grasi." "Why, what Is the matter
with tho grass?" tnqulicd tho sur
prised host. "Too green, too green,"
sighed tho Englishman, "It spoils tho
color effect." Boston Ilecord.
Crow's Hidden Treasures.
A well-known naturalist speaks of n
wild crow which mado a collection of
bits of broken china nnd similar odds
nnd ends, nnd hid them In a nettle
patch. Ono day the naturalist stum
bled on thu bird standing lu tho mid
dle of his treasures and arranging
them. Next day they wore all gone.
Tho crow, aware that his secrot hiding
placo was known, hnd moved every
thing to some now spot.
Spelling Reform In France.
It looks ns though spelling reform
wero really nrrlvlng. Franco pi eposes
to mnko certain changes compulsory
In nil Its schools. Thus "s" Is to
bo substituted for "x" in plurals
"cliovaus" for "chovnux." Tho "h"
Is to be dropped lu certain words,
giving us "retorlque" nnd "tcutre."
And tho 'French hen will henceforth
do Its clucking over an "ouf."'
From Utah and Idaho to All Points
East and Return, via the Santa Fc.
From Ogden nnd Snlt Lake City to:
Missouri river points .......... $32.00
St. Louis $39.G0
Proportionate rates from Idaho and
other points. Dates of sale, Nov. 20th
and Dec. 18th, 1900. Return limit, (JU
days. Send for Hternturc.
C. F. WAUK1CN, Ageut A. T. & S. F.
Ity., 411 Dooly 111k., Salt Lake City,
Worship a Deux.
When Dean Swift was called to the
living of Lorncor ho Inaugurated the
custom of reading prayers on Wednes
day and Friday. At the first Wednes
day servlco ho waited Jn vain for any
one to appear except his clerk Itoger.
At length he began, "Dearly beloved
Itoger, the Scilpturcs mnveth you nnd
mo In sundry places," und so proceed
ed to tho end of the service.
New Idea In Stationery.
There Is n growing fad for having
ono's stationery monogramnied with n
facsimile signature, the Initial letters
of tho nnmo only being used. The
Btnmplng Is usually done on the
fourth pngo, the monogram running
ncross the left-hand corner nnd tho
nddress dlo balancing It straight to
Jewels from Lands of Czar.
A Paris Jeweler has bought a largo
number of stones which hnvo been
found In mines on the czar's prlvnto
property. Every year stones from
theso mines nro offered for solo by
tendor, In the same wny as tho for
est lands nnd mines belonging to
tho czar aro occasionally sold by tho
Ghost It Considerate of Children.
A ghost which Is fond of children
has taken possession of n farm in tho
I'otchofstroom district of tho Trnns
vanl, according to dispatches' from
there. It throws about the furniture,
shakes and pliudies the adult mombers
of the family nnd visitors, nnd fright
ens tho nnlmnls, but It never molests
Time for a Real Thrill.
H. G. Wells, otherwise nn acuto and
Interesting observer, says that poker
Is a slow gnmo. Mr. Wells has evi
dently never sat 1 ohlnd n put full on
nees and watched another man draw
two cards. New York Mull
0mmjmm the I
if Mj.llo BEST I
Ev$&Iisl tea I
B GROWN I
A Busy Woman. M
Many oais ago a visitor to tho H
home or tho I lilt family nt Mount
Morris, 111 , found Mis. Itltt qutto busy.
Sho wns holding a child In hor lap, H
sho wus rocking tho baby in tho H
cradle, she was knlttlm, and she was
ipndlng a ccgpdppr folded over the H
back of a chnlr. Tho ,'.3lr remarked H
that the sons of such a woman ought H
to hnvo a good record. Tho late H
Itabert H. lilt', the congressman from H
Illinois, wns one of thu boys. M
Sayings of Sidney Smith. M
On examining some new flowers In M
the garden, a beautiful girl who was H
of tho party exclaimed. "Oh, Mr. Syd- H
neyl this pea will never como to por- M
fection." "Permit mo, then," said ho
gently taking her band and walking
toward the plant, "to lend perfection 1
to tho pen." Tho Sundny Magazine. 1
As tho car of Juggernaut, Its whce!s HI
wet nnd red, thundered on its bloody HI
wny, It met a UO-horscpowcr nutomo- HJ
bile. Tho two great machines con- M
fronted one another for an Instant. HJ
Then, humbled and ashamed, tho car HJ
of Juggernaut turned nnd slunk back M
to Its antiquated gnrngo. HJ
Oyster Nipped Man's Thumb. HJ
John Pilzcr, u saloon keeper at Doy. M
crvlllc, Pa., was nipped on the HJ
thumb by an oyster whllo ho was In M
tho uct of drowning tho blvnlvo In M
n soup. Prlzer's thumb was put out M
of commission, mid surgeons hnd to M
give It u good deal of attention. M
Barrel Organ in English Church, M
The parish church at Tobblng, Eng- HJ
land, which dates back to tho thlr- H
teenth century, mid wns recently ro- HJ
stored, possesses n rcmarkablo an- HJ
clent Instrument, a barrel organ which jM
has three barrels and can play 3C HJ
tunes by tho usual handjo. 1H
It's Hard to Escape. jHJ
When you nro llttlo you hnvo mens- H
1 03 nnd when you grow up you have H
enemies. They're all In Uie course HJ
of a lifetime. HJ
Townscnd's Enamel Cream H
Makers nllrudlft) fai InimoUUtoly. Bnpsrkor HI
to faro Hjwlvr. lu iifc U uutdotvjird, M
For sal very where Prlco 50 cents lH
Union Assay Office I
M. a. HANAUIIt. ' l. O. BOX 144 M
J. V. SADISM. SALT tAKI OITV. UTAH
"We face the future with our past and our
present as guarantors of our promises, and we
are content to stand or fall by the record
which we have made and are making."
v ESTABLISH ED
- '''lll'TviAIN ST.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.