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j -' ODD FELLOWS ANNIVERSARY.
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life Tonight nt Odd Fellows' hall, Utah
litfiu' Lodge No. 1 celebrates the fortieth
IWH anniversary of its existence. An ex-
IS cellent programme has been prepared
Hlfl an( " ls GXI)ecte(1 that the evening
HH will be a very enjoyable one. Thero
HH will be musical exercises, vocal and
SHE instrumental, several short addresses
HK will e made, and there will bo rcad-
iWR ings by talented elocutionists. Utah
HJ Lodgo No. 1 was born at the CI030 of
KJH the war. Utah was then part of Ne-
HUJ vada jurisdiction and the report of the
MM grand sire on the institution was made
IBI at' the session, when after the strife
INH that had divided the states, the In-
nj dependent Order of Odd Fellows met
MB in the sovereign grand lodgo and
y ffij shook hands and started in to heal the
H Bl wounds inflicted. The prayer of the
fl HI chaplain on that memorable occasion
9 H contained this sentiment: "Grant, O
U Ml Lord, that we of this order may win
U HU undying fame in binding up the
H B wounds caused by this war; in attend-
EU lu lnS to the wants of the orphans; in
9 MB drying the widows' tears and in as-
SjHffi sisting all who have suffered as a re-
H suit of the strife." Coming into exist-
MR ence at that time Utah Lodge No. 1
WWR has performed her part well. She liaa
MlMHf triumphed over great difficulties; she
HH has held meetings in small rooms and
HMH over barns; she has encountered
SjHjl many obstacles, but all through the
HJHB strife she has been faithful and to-
9HJg day she is the strongest lodge in this
mHfi state. Among the members arc sov-
DSflH oral of the past grand masters, among
KfiBfl them Charles Popper, V. P. Rowe and
HmH others who have labored diligently for
HipH the order. All these old fellows, with
MM the exception of Popper, will bo pres-
HfilHS cnt and will speak to the nrotliers on
HHb this occasion.
fflJH SCORCHING AUTOMOBILES.
raHB While no one objects to the owners
flMH of automobiles enjoying the pleasure
WJBJ f riding in the same, it is a fact that
nHB the utter disregard of laws governing
flHHj speed Is so prevalent that it Is high
RBH time some notice was taken of t:ic
HHM matter. For instance, No. 25, a few
HHH nights ago, was observed going
auHJ down West Temple street at a speed
fiHJ exceeding twenty-five miles per hour.
BflH No. 10 did a stunt on Main street a
if H few evenings ago that was not a whit
if Kf short of twenty miles per hour and
(r raffl may have been more. The law gov-
Im ernlng speed states that eight miles
IB per hour is the proper limit, and when
H HJ this is exceeded, those driving the
i MB machines should be punished. A
pf MH speed exceeding eight miles per hour
m Hf on any of the streets in the central
j H portion of the town is dangerous to
fflflMB the safety of foot passengers.
r.B On Wednesday morning last an auto
i m' w,tn no numuer speeded along Second
4iiIf9Rfl South westward, and crossed the cor-
JSjlBtf ner of West Templo at a n far in
jlfJH; excess of the speed limit, the lm-
fMSBj meliate danger of some f. nail chil-
fwlW dren, who narrowly escaped being run
fvBn She'd Rather Loop the Loop.
4J8h ' "My daughter got mo to loop-lhe-
!' He ' 'n at tn0 nar'c 'ast summor once,"
Im S ' Bnltl n0 woman w'tn tno vlnGssr-
tl mi visage as sho stopped from the main
H 3 ' elevator of -a big office building, ac-
Jw i cording to the Kansas City Journal,
Hi "but that's a, baby's swing to this
f-3 tl ' when it 'copies to mixing one's vital
11 3 organs.
', A K! "The trouble ls that the elevator
fe Wa boy changes his mind oftener than a
I fEt woman. I never came down yet that
'!fc Bit ho (1',3n't decide on a different speed
,f Bl In transit. When ho did that qulcl-
!f- Ml stop at the fourth floor just now I
inHfll simply telescoped inside. My heart's
MJMJ In my mouth yet, and I can't locale
JIJmMj my stomach. .No; no luncheon for nic
'rciliH unt'1 I Bt over this scrambled feel-
TfairMligMMMBMM.. " iui
iMliSakiMHvMMHv H,SMMMMMMMAk fnUuMMl
Good resolutions are apt to run
down at the heel.
A man may bo as good as his word
and still be no good.
Never judge a man's dishonesty by
his political affiliations.
Nobody gets mad these days If peo
ple forget to shut the door.
Ho who laughs last may laugh best,
but ho who eats first cats best.
Love is an excellent diet for young
men who have too much avoirdupois.
A genius is usually eccentric, but an
eccentric person isn't necessarily a
He who has hopes for to-morrow
seldom worries about the failures of
If you are convinced that the world
Is growing worse every day, take
something for your liver.
A woman seldom talks to herself,
but sho more than makes up for it
when she has a one-man audience.
As all girls expect to marry million
aires, they naturally think It a waste
of time to learn the art of cooking.
Woman Rules Snake Indians.
Alexander Posey, Interpreter and
diplomat of the Dawes commission,
who recently spent some time among
the Snake Indians to secure evidenco
needed in making record of Creek In
dians, tells of a strange discovery ho
Among the fullblood Snakes ho
found a woman who Is the modern
Zenobia of her race. Her Indian name
Is Fahneo. Sho can not speak Eng
lish, but is considered a woman of
wisdom among her tribesmen. Sho is
50 years old, and for years thero has
not been a council of war, or any
other matter of import to the tribe,
at which sho has not been present and
Sho ls always listened to by the
men of the tribe, and seldom has her
judgment been at fault. Sho has been
in sympathy with the faction, which
has always resisted the allotment of
Sho has never led n band of In
dians in a fight, but sho has taken a
very active part in shaping the policy
of tho tribal government for the last
Albino Fox In Massachusetts.
John Bohonon has returned to Nash
ua, N. H., from Shirley, Mass., with
tho pelt of an albino fox. Tho color
Is perfect white, and tho animal has
all tho signs of being a complete al
bino. Tho only color marks aro a
few black hairs on his feet and in his
brush. Tho only explanation offered
for tho freak is that It is a polar fox
which has strayed to temperate latitudes.
The Man Knows.
Mrs. Crlmsonbeak A woman never
knows what a man is doing when he's
out of her sight, but a man generally
knows what a woman is doing.
Mr. Crlmsonbeak That's right. A
man Is always pretty sure that a
woman Is talking.
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