Itev. Dr. Paden acted, to say the
least, In very bad taste when ho at a
Mormon funeral in which, by courtesy
ho had been Invited to speak osten
tatiously objected to a Mormon hymn
being sung. The ground of his oh
0 jectlon was that the hymn "Oh, My
Father" was, In his elegant (7) phrase
ology "all rot." It may bo all rot or
worse for aught wo know, but haven't
l people as good a right to believe In that
as other people have to believe In the
, absolute "rot" contained in the West
minster catechism, the foundation of
the" Presbyterian church? Dr. Paden
or any other minister or teacher of the
Presbyterian church, if ho Is honest,
and remains a teacher or minister,
must believe in infant damnation, vi
carious punishment and salvation by
faith alone. If there Is any rottener
rot in the Mormon church tenets than
that wo haven't heard of It, and we
0 are willing to let Dr. Paden be the
arbiter. Ach, Meln Gott, so vir laben! !
Prosecuting City Attorney P. J.
Dsly says thero is no law prohibiting
passengers on trains from extinguish
ing lights on tho coaches at night time.
The lighting apparatus is certainly
railroad property. If thero Isn't a law
prohibiting people from meddling with
or injuring railroad property tho soon
' or one Is enacted tho better.
Saltalr Beach and tho Lagoon resorts
haven't been advertising as extensive
ly as they should in tho Tribune. These
resort people should have sense enough
10 uiscern that they must contribute
to tho revenues ot tho newspapers. If
they don't they may expect to bo
roasted and from tho business office
point of view which office controls 99
out of every 100 papers in tho land
they ought to bo roasted. Tho Trib
une, just as Todkln's Weekly had a
Lagoon, unless thoso people
contribute to the support of tho Trib
uno, just as Todkins' Weekly had a
right to roast tho Orpheum stock com
pany. You fellow with tho muck rake
como along right away to tho newspa
per offices first. Tho minor muck piles
such as tho packing houses you can
attend io later on.
Cleverness of the Yi'.ig.
With steady but increasing pace
the world Is approaching a point at
which the cleverness of tho young
will amount to a social problem. Al
ready things aro getting uncomfor
table for persons of age and sobriety,
whoso notion of happiness Is to rum
inate a few solid and slmplo Ideas in
a freedom from disturbance. Macmll
Could you read what Is In my heart,
Could you tell what tho flowers say.
Would you find a sweeter blossom
As you roamed tho meadow today?
Thero were cowslips, primroses and
And the wild rose In tho hedge,
And clusters of scented violets
Neath tho rosebush peeped their
I searched In vain in tho waving grass
And followed tho stream till It eddied
Into tho wending glades of ash and
To find In tho langunago of tho flowers
A symbol of tho lovo I hold for you.
Another Derivation of "Yankee."
When tho New Eng'nnd colonies
were first e'"led, the inhabitants wt o
obliged to fight their way against
many nations of Indians. They found
but little difficulty In subduing them
all except ono tribe, who wero known
by the nnino of Yankoos which sig
After the -'asto of much blood and
treasure, tin Yankoos "ere at last
subdued by the New England men.
The remains of this nat'" (agreeablo
to tho In-'.in custoi transferred
their name ..: their conr -srors.
For a whlio they werr called Yan
koos, but frJi a corrup 'on, common
to names In all langii" '. they eot
through tliro tho name C Yankee.
Now York Gazette Juno 1, 1775.
Acta Belle His Words.
The rich man may sny sometimes
that ho was really happier when ho
was poor, but still he keeps on all tho
time trying to get richer. Somervillo
Freddie Th,y have tho no-breakfast
fad around our house.
Bobble How do you stand it?
Freddie Pretty well, except when
I'm bad and get sent to hod without
any supper. Puck.
VARIOUS GRADES OF POVERTY.
Of Them All, the "Genteel" Kind
Causes Most Suffering.
A great majority of ua know what
it is to ho poor, to fight tho battlo
against such odds as sometimes makes
tho contest nppenr an almost hopeless
ono. Poverty, however, is a relatlvo
term. To tho man who Is low In tho
scalo poverty means acuto physical
sufferings for lack of necessary food
and shelter. To others verty nmnns
tho surrender of certain comforts In
which every man feels ho has a right
to share. But of all poverty that
classed ns "rented" douUlecs causes
more widespread suffering than any
other kind. This is tho poverty of tho
families that aro trying to keep up n
social pace which they can not afford;
tho poverty of tho won'in who can
not "get nlong" on her husband's sal
ary and wea- what bIio considers suit
able gowns ior her club meetings;
tho poverty of tho young man who
tries to shine out of true proportion to
his Income; tho poverty of the made
over gowns and tho shiny coats. In
Dainties for SoWrs.
All Eu- .an armies havo certain
extras weekly in tho way of food.
Sugar Is given In England and France,
two gallons of beer In Russia, half a
gallon of wine in Italy, three pounds
of fish In Spain and five ounces of but
ter in Belgium.
Girl's Feat Appreciated.
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