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I Change Name of Almshouses.
I rn order that no stigma may attach
I M those born in them, the names of
i Fnellsh almshouses or workhouses aro
I betas changed. They are known by
I S names as "The Holly Trees,"
III "The Cedars," "Ransomo Lodge,"
Uj hlch look all right on a birth certi-
Bj Gas Bad for Sleepers.
I Gas burners should never be left
H lighted after the children aro asleep,
for gas spoils the air for tho sleeper.
A night-light will give all the light
B needed to prevent alarm should tho
B little ones awako and find they are
B Following Directions.
"The Homo Magazine," chuckled tho
counterfeiter, as ho slipped a bunch
B of fresh greenbacks Into his wife's
B pUrs0, "says that the most acceptable
B presents for our dear ones are things
re have made ourselves."
B The Sewing Circle Vindicated.
B Ever remark that a loafer Is always
B slum; that ho Is always saying dis-
B agreeable things? Tho contented, help-
B ful, useful men aro tho men who are
B busy. Most of the mean things said
B In a town are said by the idle men sit-
B ting around tho loafing places. Atchl-
B son Globe.
H Tea Cigarettes.
H The tea cigarette has taken the
H place of the morphine tablet with
H .nany women of the smart set in Lon-
don. It is extremely Injurious; with-
.'n a fortnight twenty victims of tho
H habit were taken to private sanatorl
B Pride and Vanity.
The foundation of pride Is the wish
to respect one's self, whatever others
may think; the mainspring of vanity
Is the craving for the admiration of
others, no matter at what cost to one's
self-respect. F. Marlon Crawford.
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B World's Largest Camellia.
B The largest camellia in existence is
j at Pllntltz castle, near Dresden, Ger-
n many. Tho tree is 24 feet high and
j produces about 50,000 blossoms an-
Teeth Expose Burglar.
Traced by the Impression of his
teeth left in a half-eaten apple in a
house at Basle, Switzerland, a burglar
confessed to breaking into the build
ft Buys Painter's Rooms.
The city of Paris has purchased tho
rooms which tho painter Beranger
I ?cc,"pled from 1854 to his death in
1857. Ho paid $120 a year for them.
I Argument for Hearty Breakfast.
statistics show that the longest-
uved people have been those who
a breakfast thQ principal meal of
I Monolith for Stanley's Grave.
m,rt I Stanley wlshed a monolith to
Ion, r husban(l's grave, and after a
1 S,vnJxTCh the Art Memorial com
Pany of Norwood, England, found one
Ha r mSucc,essfu"y Transplanted.
def SS b8. transPlanted, and, un
a well K cIrcumtances, will grow
iltion DeW aS ,n lts or,Blnal
Flintlocks Still In Demand.
A curious old Industry of Brandon
In Suffolk, England, whore they make
flintlocks and other products of flints
Is still in a flourishing condition. With
all the recent Improvements In fire
arms there Is still a demand for the
flintlocks made at Brandon at tho rate
It is sai d,of 7,000,000 a week.
Highest Tide In the World.
Tho highest tide in the world is In
tho Bay of Fundy, between Nova
Scotia and Now Brunswick. The tide
thero sometimes rises to tho height cl
71 feet, and tho increase is occasional
ly as much as a foot every five mln
Deeds Not to Be Recalled.
No man sees all the meunlng of his
deeds before he commits them; but.
onco committed, it seems as though
they had become part of tho history of
tho universe, and the consequences
are Inexorable. It. J. Campbell.
A Few Figures.
Mortality among bachelors from
the ago of 30 to 45 is said to bo 27
per cent, while among married men
of tho same age it is 18 per cent. For
forty-one bachelors who attain thi
age of 40 years thero aro seventy
eight married men who attain the
same age. Tho difference is still
more striking in persons of advanced
age. At CO years of ago thero remain
but twenty-two bachelors for forly
eight married men; at 70, eleven
bachelors for twenty-seven married
men, and at 80 three bachelors for
nlno married men.
Inspiration from Cats.
Whilst Oulda wrote "Under Two
Flags" her great gray Persian cat sat
either on tho table she wrote at or on
her lap. Tho cat Is dead now, but al
ways, whilst she works, one or more
are In tho room with her. The French
poet, Francis Coppee, is another lovei
of cats. He has a great black, short
coated cat, which sits beside him for
hours as he works. He frequently
strokes Its thick, close coat and de
clares that tho electricity from its fur
gives him inspiration.
In a recent English biography ni
pears an anecdote told In tho charat
torlstlc English manner. Tho write
remarks: "Lord Rosebery told a vcr,
good story (for he Is always amusing
about a gentleman who was travelln
in the southern United States. Tin
visitor was being shaved by a negu
barber and noticed the extreme blun
ness of the razor.
"'Yes, sir,' said the barber, 'it I
vury blunt, sar; I was out last nlgl.
wld tho boys.'"
Value of Self-Command.
Shakespeare made old Adam In "Ai
You Like It" assign his temperate
youth as tho indispensable conditio:
precedent to his vigorous age. The
condition npplies to tho mental am
moral sides of mankind as truly as tt
tho physical. A cheerful self-coin
manil is tho most to bo desired ol
all the gifts of tho gods and Is some
thing that may bo measurably ac
quired oven if tho gods denied it at
Living Telegraph Poles.
Over 1,000 miles of telegraph poles
In full blossom are to be seen in
Uganda. Tho wires aro strung from a
species of fig tree, which has extra
ordinary powers of germination.
Books Always In Plenty.
There is no truer word than that of
Solomon; "Thero is no end of making
books." Tho sight of a great library
verifies It; there Is no end Indeed,
It wero pity thero should be. Bishop
Her Mind Made Up.
Tired Mother (to restless child)
Now, you set still. I've druv you 10
miles to enjoy this entertainment and
you shall enjoy it, if I havo to pull
every hair out of your head! Life.
Text for Temperance Lecturers.
A man stood outside a Broadvn
saloon tho other afternoon and tossoo
i coin three times in tho air. Ho was
Jlono, and tho first time ho missed
-atchlng it, as ho did tho second time.
Tho third time ho tossed the coin ho
caught it, and as if ho thought no one
vas listening to him, said: "I will.''
Then ho disappeared through tho door
)f tho thirst quenching establishment.
Now York Sun.
Invention by Intuition.
Tho inventor of the tide-table novoi
saw the sea In his life.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
Notlco Is hereby given that thero
will bo a special meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Victoria Gold Mining
company at its office, No. 117 D. b
Walker Building, upon Monday, tho
10th day of January, A. D. 1905, nt 2
o'clock p. m for the purpose of amend
Ing paragraph 1C of tho Articles of In
corporation of said company so as to
read, "but no ono assessment shnll ex
ceed five per cent of tho outstanding
capitnl stock of tho corporation."
D. S. TRUMAN,
By order of the board of directors.
His English Vocabulary. jjfll
A Welshman on the witnoss stand HI
in court was asked whether ho could ''i.
speak English. Ho said ho know 'Hi
enough English to ask for boor, and !t'HI
that was enough for him. -'Hl
Long Underground Thoroughfare, VBl
The longest underground thorough- flf!
faro In Great Britain Is in Central ffifl
Derbyshire, where you can walk sov- fill
en miles upon a road connecting sov- ffll
cial coal mines. IB I
Beet Culture Attracts Mosquitoes. 'Ml
Tho beet culture aids tho mul- HI
tlpllcatlon of tho anopheles mosqui- 'HI
toes, which aro responsible for mala- fljl
rla, is tho opinion hold by sovoral ''bI
Italian experts, who found that In j Ifsl
places whero tho anopheles had nover jfll
boforo appeared tho cultivation of f jHB
beet sugar attracted them In great IfPlI
SHERIFF'S SALE. H
In tho District Court in and for Salt ' WtM
Lake County, Stato of Utah, Martin ,v '91
Lindsay, plaintiff, against Jnmes : ( f JKfl
Ernshaw, defendant, to bo sold at ijSlB
sheriff's salo nt tho west front door ' wlB
of tho County Court House, In the ''IffB
city and county of Salt Lako, Stato of j i j' l!fMB
Utah, on tho 0th day of January, A. D. H Ifflfl
1905, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, I ' ' jyflfB
all tho right, titlo, claim and lntorost ijfilfl
of said defendant, of, in and to tho ' HI
following described property, to-wlt: hhI
Lots 14, 15 and 1C, block 3, Jordan Ws
Addition to Salt Lako City, Salt Lake j P
County, Utah. Qgl
Purchase prico payablo In lawful ) wH
money of tho United States. ' Pj H
Dated at Salt Lako City, this 12th , jfifH
day of Docomhor, 1904. 'N toIH
C. FRANK EMERY, f WM
Sheriff of Salt Lako County, Stato of 'I !MH
Utah. ' lilH
By James Cowan, Deputy Shorlff. ' lH
A. A. Duncan, Attorney for Plain- ) ifyM
tiff. , ' isMH
iTOalfter's Store! Ill
25 CENT BOX STATIONERY, 19C. ' k 'IB
A plentiful lot that must bo well shaken out of stock bo- IkpH
foro taking. All good stationery satin and bond finishes, ' j vrH
bluo tint and white, sold always at 25c a box, tomorrow ' j , l!I
and until gono 19c. i, llljkl
MONDAY, JANUARY 9th AND WEEK I ' '1
Ma I her B r o 9. E r e (Soofcs Co. h ,11
Our Annual Pre-lnventory Sale is on j M
Today you can buy one of our Elegant Over- B 'mM
coats or suits at 1-4 to 1-3 off regular price.V & i h
Y? Many a lucky fellow has already been here; you & , fflM
will have to hurry if you want one. J J J J J j jfl
f 132 Main St. ROWE & KELLY CO. I' H
ONE PRICE PLAIN FIGURES. K ti I jflH
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