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SCENE INGREAT SALT LAKE ( ill
BAD INFLUENCE OF DIRT.
Undoubtedly Exercises a Deleterious
Dirt Is contagious. If anybod
doubts It let hini observe tho street'
Uttered with all sorts of rubbish, the
offer a positive Invitation to over
body to toss or sweep his surplus ma
tcr Into them. If tho streets wei
kept In a proper state of cleanllnes
no decent person at least would thin
of throwing anything upon the roaf
way or In the gutters. There Is alp
a moral effect. Cleanly surrounding
teget clean habits. Children going i
and from school aro unconsciously 1:
Ouenced by what they see, and dirt
streets being a standing example
intldlness In those to whom thoy m
urally look for leading, they grow 1
different and careless. Thus the tolc
atlon of dirt on tho streets bcconn
not only a menace to health, but v.
influence for evil. Considerations
this sort may have no placo in tin
average alderman's mind, which seen
to take Its Inspirations from medlew
times when the public thoroughfa:
were the common sewers. Chlcat.
TWO DUELS NOT FOUGHT.
Bismarck Figured In Both, But Score
Only In One.
Disnarck and Rechberg, tho Am
'nan premier, decided to fight a due
Pon a certain morrow. "Why no
now?'' said Bismarck; "wo have on
Pstols here." And they agreed to
'"'here and then. But first BI-
3CK had t0 wrlt a dispatch to hi
daIfniSvnt ElVlng the caus0 or ll1
"J: ,Thls ho asked Rechberg to foi
wa In case ,1Q (B,Bnmrck) fe,
nn V read th0 roPWt nnd his pat
ZSt "What -u sa' ,s I"11
,',."' h0 remarked, "but Is It rcall
on? "-ri'nB a duel for such a rCil
sain ni at is exactly my opinion,
on ,. marck' and lh0 matter endc
mS EttviTh,at WM B,8marck,s lr
I "Iron T vlrc"ow scored when th
"He?e nancoll-" challenged hlr
ChoW nnVnn Ra"SaBeS." Said Vll
1 other , flllcd wlth trichinae, th
c nnotPfe?tly lesome. But the
lency lnb told avt Let his excel
t will V.m.Qvthe llonor t0 eat one an
not 'ought. ther-" The duel wn'
Testing the Richness of Milk.
Dairymen abroad have been expert
mentlng for tho purpose of determln
Ing which yield of milk, tho rrnrnln$
or evening, Is tho richer of tho two
The decision was In favor of the even
Ing mill, being tho richer, both for but
tor and cheese making qualities. The
milk of cows fed on ground feed in
winter was richer thnn that produced
by the same cows from grass In the
Modern Surgical Methods.
The use of the needle and thread
in closing wounds has come to be a
fine art. In former days tho surgeon
were mere bunglers, and most wound
left hideous scars. But at tho presen
day the manner In which arteries ai
ligatured, tendons spliced, Intestine
sutured and wounds closed is the
foundation of success, no skilled use
of the scalpel taking its place.
Character Told by the Chin.
Tho chin Is ono of tho most sub
stantial parts of the face when It Is
normal, and by physiognomists Is said
to register unerringly certain charac
terlstlcs, to tell on ono for weal or
woo." Others say that this Is not so,
for one may smllo and yet bo a villain,
nd tho smllo Is what makes the fa
It la useful to know that sixty drops
aro equivalent to 'one teaspoonful,
three teaspoonfuls equal to one table
spoonful. A gill is four tablespoon
fuls. Ono cupful of liquid la equal to
one-half pint. Two cups of butter or
sugar weigh one-half pound, and six
teen tablespoonfuls of Hqnid aro equal
to a cupful.
Tho lot of dumb nnlmals Is not so
hard; every saddle-horse, for In
stance, has a "cinch."
It Isn't nlways a woman's dress
that's on tho bins; sometimes It's hor
neighbor's opinion of It.
A visible typewriter la a good thing;
but when your wife calls at the offlco
she had better be Invisible.
A great deal Is said about patlenco
on a monument; It's moro likely to
bo patients under a monument.
A man who has set before him tho
modern sawdust breakfast food has a
right to complain about his "board."
Thero Is a Httlo difference betweon
being "tanned" by tho sun on tho
seashoro and by father In tho woodshed.
When people denounce tho theater
as an unholy Institution, thoy forgot
that It Is generally supported by
Why does a man get blue when ho'a , ' ,' CfjH
"raked over tho coals?" ihlH
However llntemporato it may soom, $H
church bazaars always havo "booths." t '1)'
Many a man would bo rich if ho rB
did not try so hard to appear to bo. j Uji
A young man may bo nn enthuslas- ' ( j yH
tic botanist, but ho soldom picks a ;' , iH
wallflower. '' fH
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The Lady or tho TIgor: Eomo hen- Lj i jFH
pecked husbnnds claim thero 1b no ,' ', i fr
distinction. j 91
Tho author of a volume on anthro- ", j jfjiiH
pology Is a "bookmaker" on tho !. '5$H
human raco. f r MfM
Tho French version of nn old say i sfH
ing is that "Abslntho makes tho heart j ' igjfH
grow fonder." IwcH
On the high sens a sailor shuns a fttH
bar, but on shore some can't get to 'ilH
ono quick enough. U i jtH
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We arc supplying hundreds of ' Jpil
good livers in this and surround- - 'iff I
ing- states with the celebrated 1
Rio Vista "Wines for which we . i 'fiH
have the exclusive agency. jlfH
Among the varieties are Port, , iM
Sherry, Riesling, Angelica, Sau- I ill
terne, Claret, Zinfandel, Tokay, .-j 'iffl
Burgundy and Muscatel. , , !fifl
RIEGER & LINDLEY, i
"The Whiskey Merchants." ' 'll
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