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.jjgber of Questions for
JflRonsideration Senate.
$SBl,ni XP0CS t0 RoP8r Canal
Mr Treaty Wadnosday.
tse Hard at Work on the Big
iHB -Supply Billsj One to Come
UP TOdny'
i'ashiiiBton. Jan. TO. Yt the begin -''S
of tomorrow's session, tiie Sena if
HL reaunie consideration of the Pen
J.i'K and C'armack resolutions for ;m
Istlgatlon jof irregularities In tho
. . Kofnce department. There are ftlll
Ke Democratic Senators who desire to
"heard on this matter, and Senator
'Boner lias intimated his Intention to
k'e a more extended, reply to Senator
. .'Knack's charge that Vostniaster
IjReral Payne has been at all luhe
VfL'nn la the prosecution of alleged
Kite in his department. Theunder
.JPlSulns' 13 that this question will not
I Allowed to retain Its place before
i'J fsenate in its present shape for a
fc. " St length of time, as Senator Gor-
J i, the leader of the Democratic Sen
r has expressed a willingness to
7 !e the resolutions referred to the
tofllce committee and there is no
j.? t that It Avill be .so referred when
discussion comes to an end.
j3 fie nomination of Mr. Buchanan tn
. 5 Minister to Panama remains unacted
. h and dlsr usvlon of it will be r- i
led at the executive session of the j
5 Ste. Senator Lodge, of the cooi
lee on foreicn affairs, has' given im
5.pf his Intention o move . to lay
)) fjie" table Senator Morgan's motion
I peconsldrr the vote by which Mr.
jfBhaunn's nomination was confirmed.
wlll not make the motion until It :
TWfielent discussion is exhausted. The
'Hlon, vhn made, wfll be undeb.nt
Hp and If It prevails, will bring dls
iliy Sjon to r.n end.
ll'J.Bmer ciuestlons are expected to bo
IlllJ Htdi up during the week, including "a
Jlyrovldlng for a forest reserve in the
fthcrn Appolachlnn mountains, ahd
Bwolutlon pertaining to good roads.
' tfM01 J5urion nas Riven notice of a
Kh on the forert reserve bill and
JWiBftur Latimer of one on the good
tfet proposition. Mr. Latimer's notice
next Thuisday. but Mr. Burton
jlRfixcd. no definite time for his re
IB'Ss. He will make an effort to se
j K p.iss.ige of the bill after making
jpeech. It Is considered probable
tSBthcre rill br- more or less speech-
AB&g on the various resolutions per-.
RlHng to the Panama canal-question;
VKtherc Is no definite program'in this
jjBtiator Cullom expects' to report the
' Hema canal treaty after "the regular
' - 'Kting of the- Senate' committee on for
jjHprelatlons next Wednesday. The Tte
iSllPfcnn leaders intend to urge the
jBnpte6t possible consideration of the
Ky, and after it is reported to the
'Hjtc will try to keep it before tho Sen
jKonstantly, to the exclusion of all
lnc House during the present week
tflHf0388 the legislative, executive and
iBolal appropriation bill, thus disposing
jRhe second of the big supply meas
l! CjBfi The committee on appropriations
11 ul'B&ts to report the bill to the House
Barrow and to call it up the follow
0B&a.v It is expected the debate will'
-Mi take such a wide range as it did
0gjBh"-tlie pensions appropriations bill
JBrhffore the House and that-It can.
Bwspoeed of within a couple of days.
indications now are that the ur-
Lrrleflclene v bill, the next to follow.
' flE156 reP0I'ted to the House the last
'bls week or the llrst of the follow-
K5llrCk' Jt s f1eslrecl to get some
of the appropriation 1II1r over to the
Senate as early as possible. There arc
a few minor measures about ripe for
action which will be taken up from
time to lime. Unless the appropriations
committee shall be ready to report the
urgent deficiency bill by Saturday, tho
House may be In session only live days
this week.
"Maloney'a "Wedding" opens Its engage
ment of three nights and Wednesday
matinee at tho Grand Theater tonight.
Thin rnmnly I now In It sixth yar. and
lh- ciiinp.'.nv prt sciituiK i is said lo be
'Another recruit for the -tn?o has been
won . from. live, ranks of society in. New
York. Mr. Irvlns C. Rospo has de
pldod tq study dramatic art. Mrs. Rosso
is the vidow of Dr. Ro?se. who enjoyed
quite a reputation ns n scientist both
Jn New York and in' Washington. She Is
the daughter of Howard James of New
York Cltv and a cousin of Harry .Tamos,
tho novulist. Mrs. Rowo Ik a strikingly
handsome woman of the brunette type,
"wit much- personal magnetism.
t Master Charles "'Coghlan of New York
Is a manly little, chap of 7 years", ..whose
family has been .prominent,. In, theatrical
affairs for mnrl;xhjtJiva geuerajion. 'I'fie
disaster at thfr. fiTnjyo Is .theater In Chl
iCago appealed to him. He wrfe tills let
ter to the New 'York Herald:
"I am only a little boy. but -I heard
of the terrible fire In .Chicago. ; I am
so sorry that I have spent all of my
money for Cln-hHnias, and have, only $1.-17
left' In my bank, which I send you now,
hoping that you will do the same to help
the poor little boy and girls-who 'have
lost their mammas. 1 am sorry that I
cannot send you more, hut I hope you will
get a whole lot. Youra very truly.
. Z. C. IT. I. Men's Suits.
JlOiOO. $15.00. S1S.50. $20.00 values.
'our choice for $7.50.
Hat Sale Now On.
J3.CG, 34.00 and 53.00 Hats for $LC0..
Made by the best maKcrs.
Not How Cheap But How Good.
Blue Point Perfectotj,
Utah's Favorite Cigar.
Sellers & Holt Mill doing business at
Utah State Livery Stables, 233 State.
'Phone SOS. Usual prices. . j
How do your clothes fit? Why not
try Gordon, the tailor, at 100 W. 1'nd
So.'. Ho can suit you.
Secret Societies.
I. O. O. F.
Fidelity lodge No. 17 on last Wednes
day evening held lis llrst meeting In the
new term. The secretary's and treasur
er's reports were received and proved ot
much Interest to the members. Fidelity
Is now tho banner lodge- of the State, hav
ing over 100 members in i;ood .standing.
One of the Interesting features of the
evening was a (jcneral muster of the mem
bers. All those who could not be present
sent letters from all over the foiled
Slates. Some of tin- Intereslinc speakers
were Brother T- Jones, one of the first
numbers; Brother Lewis, who remarked
that he had .seen the lodge grow from the
inn' when they bail only 10 cents In the
tmisurv to The:-- she now has several
thousands. 'Brother John Robins said he
lit-d attended for-four yuanr, never njlsrt
ing a meeting. D. D. G. M. Berry made
a few remarks, stating that be had boon
i member of .the bfder for nearly Ilfty-
ars. Secretary Smith Tveilei) a poem.
l. D. G. M. Barry.1 assisted by D, G.
M.,rjhul Ak-x. Pickering D. G, W. Black
m.ir, D. G. Secretary Robins and D. G.
'Measurer Ebcrly. installed E. 13. Hen
rson, NT, G.; C. M. Jackson, V. G. ; J. C.
Smith, secretary, and I. Kllno treasurer.
. officers of No. 17 for the new term. At
( clone of the lodge the noble grand lu-i.-rmcd'
all present lo depart to the oan-
hall, where a splendid lunch had
r-en prepared for he brothers. The
American ounrtelte sang several sclee
';ns and all had a good time.
i '.ratal Master Buclier. with G. G. Mar-s-lini
Pickering. Grand Warden l.'. A. WJd-t-rr.
Grand Ropre.ienlatlve Carbls acting
. grand secreinry, ami Grand Treasurer
Stewart, installed nt public Installation
tl.H ni?w otYteers of Salt-Lake-lodge No. I
j.nd En,tc rjirlse No. ir on Friday evening,
.lamiary Sth. The officers Installed vor:
i'. E. Marks and D. L"Wls. noble grands..
Brothers McDonald and Rudlne. vice
grands: William McGilvery and William
Watrous. secretaries; . H. A. ICenyon ami
Ti. D. Blaekmar. treasiuvrs for tho new
tc-rm. The grind officers did tho work
with credit to themselves. During the
evening a programme was rendered, con
sisting of the string orchestra of No. 53,
W. of W.. several selections; Judge Bod
kins read an eloquent address, prepared
by D. D. G. M. Berry; P. G W. R. W,fejto
of Ogden told a few stories; the Bom-ta
Mandolin club rendered a frw selections;
C. E. Mnrka. newly-Installed noble grand
of No. 2 made a . presentation speech to
P. G. M. Prlco of Salt 'Lake lodge No. 2.
presenting him with a beautiful emblem
charm from the members of No. 15 for the
gcod work he has done for them; Brother
William Doxcy recited a poem. During
the evening the lodges passed around
oranges, apples, bananas and cigars, and
at 11 rt'clock the meeting came to a clos.
and the. members and Invited guests all
had a gooil time.
Oqtilrrh encampment No. 1 will have the
Installation of the new officers tomorrow
night. District Deputy Grund Patriarch
A. M. Pendleton, the installing ofllcer. will
be assisted by an able corps of past chief
patriarchs, who will make the oeremnnlos
unite interesting to those who will witness
Canton Colfax No. 1. patriarchs militant,
should hold a cantonment Tuesday even
ing, li beln'r !bo lime to' Install Us officers,
but as the officers of Ouulrrh will then
be installed, ibis installation -will have to
be postponed: .... . ,
On last Tuesday night iho officers of
Golden Rule encampment N'o.- 2 were In
si.ilied by District Deputy Grand Patriarch
A. if. Pendleton, assisted by other past
chief patriarchs. There wore soveral ap
ollca lions for membership, received and
Knights of the Maccabees.
I'lonlnn tent No. 12 Initiate at everv
meeting. The n"w drill team did excellent
work at the last review, and the members
declare that they will win the prize for t.io
most excellent work. The campaign Is on
and the boys will drill every week until
the latter part of March, when the contest
will tako place.
A prize of $2.) will be" given for the best
drilled degree team In the State, and
the winning team will have the honor of
putting on the work at the State clas.s
initiation, when Supreme Commander
Markey -will be present.
Salt Lake tent No. 2 had a class Initia
tion last review, and State Commander
Gray Installed the newly-elecled officers.
Enthusiastic remarks were made by many
me-mbers and many new plans inaugu
rated for the. good of the order.
State Commander Gray -visited Mercur
lent No. 7 and spoke on frajternal Insur
ance to a largo audience. Twenty appli
cations for membership were . received,
and It Is expected- that a class of fifty
will be initialed at the reiownexl Frl
oay evening.
Miriam Rebekah lodge No. 5 will hold
lla regulur meeting next Saturday even
ing. The new officers for tho new term
wori Installed ,i'!,.h Naomi's hist Saturday
evening. All visiting Rebekahs are cor
dially invited lo visit -Miriam whenever
they can make It convenient.
Naomi Rebekah lodge No. X held Us Ursl
regular meeting in tho new term on Sat
urday night. The largest ctowd of Re
bekahs which 4hits ever been in the hall
was present The secretary reported t
good Increase In membership, which -nakes
Naomi the banner lodge of the State. The
treasuier also reported an excellent bank
The special feature of the meeting was
the joint Installation of the ofllrers of
'Naomi No. 1 and Miriam No. 5. which -was
well done by the president. Sister Fox. Sec
retary Sister Moore. Troiisuitvr Slslor
Geary. th- regular officers of'lln- assem
bly, anil the following appointed ones-
Slsler Jenkins of Park City as grand
warden: Sister Price, nasi piesldcnt of
NaOml. grand marshal, nnd Sister Wolkln?.
of Naomi, grand guardian. The following
were the officers installed:
Naomi Edna Blaekmar, N. G.; May
Pitcher, T, G.; Alice Manning. R. S.: Bellu
Hardy, K. S.; May Sudhelmer, treasurer.
Miriam Marion Lepp N. G.: Jennie
Goodrich, V. G.: Katie Canning. It. S.;
Ethel Moore. F. S. ; Bessie Luptou. treas
urer. After Installation the large attendance
repaired lo the bannuet1 hall, where an'
elpgant lunch was served. The banquet
hull was beautifully decorated with carna
tions and smllax.
Ladies of the Maccabees.
' The ladle of hive No. 4 had h very In
teresting review la.U Tuesday evening. A
large nnmber of visitors fron No. 11 and
No. 0 were present. The committee nn the
masquerade ball Is meeting with good stie
ccss and expects to have a largo attend
ance, AVe are sorry to lose from our midst
Sir Knlghl and Ladv I lerr. who go to
Caldwell, Ida., to make It their future
Fraternal Union of America.
At the regular meeting of Evergreen
lodge 1S1 last. Monday evening the regular
ly elerteil ofbeers for the ensuing term
were duly Installed. Mr. John Jaines act
ed as master of ceremonies.
This evening the Iodce entertains Us
members ami their friends at a card social,
to be followed by a banquet. A largo num
ber of tickets are out and an Immense
crowd -will bo present, ns usual on such
Evergrecu lodge of the Fraternal Union
of American will give a card party and
social at I. O. O. P. hall on Market street
this evening.
G. A. E. V
The Ladles of tho Grand Army, at their
regular meeting Tuesday. 2 p. m.. will In
stall the oftlcere for the oniuing year, at
Federation of Labor hall, corner of Sec
ond South and West. Temple streets.
Tho Installation of the officers of James
B. McKean post No. 1 and James IJ. Mc
Kenn W. R. C. No. 1 will occur tomorrow
evening in tholr new hull In the Jennings
building on West First South. As this
will bo public, an Invitation Is hereby ex
tended to the friends of the corps and
post lo be present and enjoy with them
lh"se exercises and a pleasing programme
Tho joint Installation of the George R.
Maxwell post, and Woman's Relief corps
will take place Wednesday evening at
7;3o o'clock. January 13th. at I. O. O. F.
hall. Market street. The members of tho
George R. Maxwell post are requested to
attend a spc-clal meeting Tuesday at' 2:30
P. ni. to drill at hall.
Women of Woodcraft.
Silver Maple circle No. 10S held Its regu
lar weekly meeting on Friday evening,
January Sth. wilh an extra large attend
ance. Three cnndldntes were duly In
structed In the mysteries of Woodcraft
and several applications passed upon.
Tho weekly raflle. besides the rehearsal
with oT9. made Friday evening oneof tho
most enjoyable meetings for some lime.
The officers and guards of 10S are re
quested to meet with No. In the Jen
nings block, for practice, on Wednesday.
January 13th.
Salt Lake circle Np. K0 will meet next
Wednesday evening at tholr new home In
the Knights of Columbus hall. Jennings
Mock. First South, near Main. A number
of candidates arc to be Initiated at the
next meeting. A large Increase In mem
bership !s iuoked for during tho coming
Knights of Pythias.
At the regular meeting of Rocky Moun
tain lodge No 3 last Thursday evening
tho following officers were installed,
Grand Chancellor Standlsly officiating: .T.
W. Morrison. C. C: Joseph Sands. V. C;
Thomas McDonald, prelate; John J. Wal
lace. M. W ; P. J. Kllaullon, It. R.-S.: John
Illgson, M. F.; R. Baker. M. E. : Henry
Grimm. M. A.; J. C. Cleveland. I. O.; Mar
tin Grimm. O. G. Following the installa
tion ceremonies the grand, chancellor de
llvcred a very eloquent address on the
many benutlf'd lessons taught in our be
loved order. Next Thursday evening Past
Grand Chancellor Dr. C. 1. Douglas will
speak on "The Beauties of Our liitunl."
All members of the order are cordially in
vited to attend. .
The Washington Society.
January Clh being the first meeting
night of the new year, the following of
ficers wore Installed by State Represen
tative A. G Mahan. ns follows: Past
president. George Ellis; president. W. II,
Hopkins; vlce-prenldent, Eber Hall: secre
tary. Judge SbcckcMs; treasurer. Charles
Murphy; chaplain, Miss Ward; escort. W.
F. Wanless; assistant eceort. Miss L.
Johnson: guard. Mrs. Spiking: sentinel.
Dr. J. 11. Ritchie. Later In the evening
the new office rs provided a surprise by
announcing that refreshments a walled all
In the dining hall. About iievcnty mem
bers sat down at tho tables.
A few applicants who had been accepted
being present they were Initiated.
On tho 20th another grand initiation
will take place. It being the occasion of a
visit from representatives from the, grand
lodge. Refreshments will be served nnd
a short musical programme under the
management of Mrs Lewis.
On the 27lh the- s-oclety holds Its leap
year ball. The committee. Messi-s. Rov
Morelon. Booker, III Muretmi and Mrs.
Frank S'.urgls and Miss Mary Hodgson.
promise, a lively time. Good music and
dancing. The receipts being devoted to
the aid of the trcasurj. The iieallh of
all Iho members being good, the alck
committee had no report. Henceforth the
meetings will be called to order at S p.
in. shatp.
W. P.. C.
The James B. McKoan Woman's Relief
corps. No. I, will meet In their new hall,
21 West Klrst South. Wednesday nt 2:30.
There will be a public Insinuation of post
and corps In tho same place ' Tuesday
ovcnlng, January 12th.
Loyal Americans. .
Salt Lake assembly. No. 0. Loyal
Americans, mel In regular session Fri
day evening. January Sth. with Vlce
Picsldent Hopkins In the chair. Four new
applications were received and four new
members were initiated. Arrangements
were mad" for a dance and card party to
be given Friday evening, January 22nd.
In Landrum's ball. All members and
friends Invited. Admission 2f cents each.
Next regular -meeting January 15th. 1
Fraternal Brotherhood.
Sego Lily lodg" celebrated In royal .man
ner last Tuesday evening, the occasion be
ing the Inst alia Hon of the officers elected
Tor the ensuing term At an early-hour
the hall wns well filled with members and
their invlled jue.sl.
The grand principles of. the Fntcronl
Brotherhood were fully exemplified by the
beautiful Installation ceremonies, which
were conducted by the deputy supreme of
ficers'. Sister- Malone acted as supreme presi
dent. Brother W. II. Malone as supreme
sergeant, nnd Sister Fields of Los Angeles
as supreme mlstress-at-anus,
A fine programme of. music and recita
tions rollowed, closing with a luncheon.
Brother and Sister Malone left Thursday
for Ogden lo organize a lodge In that city.
Brotherhood of America.
Salt Lake homestead. No 1 J3. Brother
hood of American Yeomen, was organized
last Tuesday evening. January ."th. with
Ihlrty-llvc members, and the following of
ficers were elected and Installed' Dr. J.
Boyd Gordon, honorary foreman; Charles
J. Smith, master of ceremonies; J. E.
Sooly. master of accounts; B. A. llubbell.
physician; Mabel Davenport, correspond
ent; Dr. A. H. Anderson, medical exam
iner. The next meeting will be held at
Knights of Columbus hall, Jennings block,
entrance 21.
Woodmen of the World.
The log-rolling committee of Salt Lake
camp No. .75 are making arrangements for
on entertainment to bo given by the mem
bers ami their friends on Tuesday even
ing, the mill Inst. Last Tuesday evening
the following officers were installed by
William G. Watrous, past consul f.eoin
mander: Consul commander. A E. Fish
er; adviser lieutenant. W. Eoulger,
banker, Henry Don (sixth term); clerk,
Angus McKellnr (seventh term); escort,
Howard Don; watchman. J. Camlln; sen
try, O. F Ball; managers,' Ira II. Davis
son, M. KIdses.
Mt Pleasant Odd Fellows.
Mt. Pleasant. Utah. Jan. 10. The Odd
Fellows of this -city Installed the follow
ing officers at their regular meeting on
Thursday evening: J. N. Proctor, N. G.;
V. N. Peterson, V. G. ; A. B. Waldemar.
secretary; A. CrnnC, treasurer; George
Rylnnd, warden; C. N. Ray. conductor;
Charles McGougnn. Inside gunril; Henry
Erecksen. chaplain; Web Greene. R. S. N.
G.; James Hicks. L. S. N. G.; R. W. Whlt
takcr. It. S. V. G. ; N. S. NHlson. L. S. V.
G. After the Installation ceremonies, Mrs.
Crane and her daughter. Mrs. Wall, gave
the lodge members a surprlso tin the way
of a nice lunch, and a very pleasant hour
was spent.
The Sego Lily Rebekah lodge. No. 14. of
11:1s city Installed the following officers
last evening. Mrs. . Clara Ryland. N. G.;
Mrs. Annie C. Wall. V. G.; Miss Emily
Nyborg. secretary: Miss Nora Clawson.
treasurer; Miss Luden Chrlstenson. war-de-n;
Mrs. Annie Wnldemnr. conductor;
Mrs. Melvina Crane, chaplain: Mrs. Nnn
cy Proctor, inside guard; Victor N. Peter
son, outside guard; Webb Greene, R. S.
N. G.. Miss Ycnota Proctor, L. S. N. G.;
Mrs. Grace D. Green, R. S. V. G.; J. 1 1.
Proctor, L. S. V. G.
Foresters of Springville.
Springville, Jan. 10. At the last meeting
of Court Union No. S130 of A. O. F.. the
scml-annunl election of officers was held,
and tho following were elected: P C. J'.,
John P. Anderson; C R.. G. G. -Phillips;
S. C. R-, D. I. Brlnton: F. secretary,
Elliott N. Jordan; treasurer. II. M. Dou
gall; Sr. W.. James E. Hout.; Jr. W.,
Evans B. Iloulz; Sr F... James E. Wright;
Jr. P.. Abner Thorn: physician. Dr.
Gc-orgo S. Smart; trustee. Joseph O.
Cheap Money in Panama.
The stranger Is at llrst astonished to 'lnel
Panama land of much monc The com
mon people of the outlying regions and It
Is almost all outlying region down there
'.ome Into the city to market with money
In both lists. Mils of big denominations
slicking out of their pocket.', ami money
In baskets and bags money carried to
town In bundles as iT It were watercress
or spinach. This wonder ceases somewhat
when the stranger gttx his hotel bill
Is no wond'-r." be savs le himself, 'that
they carry uionev In baskets. Thev need
It bv th i-i'xk-tful to piy tlulr bills."
II. re Is tin verbatim bill of mv flrsl elulu
davs' (! In c'.irt.ig tin uf the coast
cities and a port -of call for ner.mers from
the north:
Board and room eight ds'-H, at ',:'
per day il.M
Carriage hire, three hour, at per
hour . t
Laundry, .'ightecn pieces
Soda water, one bottle ii
Repairing yliocu -jj
If you go out !nlo ihe maikctv nnd -diopo
of the town you And that prices rule
equally high there. Potatoes aro worUi -K
rice J3 end poor stuff, at that, flour ii ami
onions SI. All tiilsj noi by tho barrel or
buflbel or buz. hue by lb.? single pound
Six dollars a :o!nid for Hour Is calculated
lo c:ii-oe th" housewife dl.un.iy and put
the hrend-whnit;r down on his lue'-;. We
pay prolty high prices fur beef at home
ii'iva-lny, but It is still higher there. Yon
pay il a nound for beef lit the city. 5-1 ta
S7 a pound for it In tho country, and Mil
iSc-ea iKt mean prime cut, b.il ju as
orats. Ttic only thing re-lnllvcly cheap In
the mango; jou et four o" them fir a
Nov.-. all this Is very dlsnioving. but 1
struck a fit III further iinis.j for surprise
nr tho bank, whither T wn: quite early !ti
the trip. I wanted small bills in thrt ;iion'-v
of the e-ountry for a le-n-dollar .gold piece,
and when I passed !i lo the c.isli'.cv l.e
h-gan to count money ns fosi' a hj could,
stacking it up on tin; counter IWorv him.
i WKltc.) patiently, knowing -,h t ibi'j Is n
nianynna region and that one has lo wait.
I'robably wncii be i:A ivi-.dy v.liul !
wait on me. After a limp lie pusbed a
bushel or more ot bills under (be i:k'v:'
saying In Spanish: "JUvoUyiyour change
sir." J
There was SlOOi In I he pile, nnd the ."'ecrct
was nut. The l'o!iiob!nn dollar worth
Just one reel cent In 1'i cle Sam'a coin!
A. G. K!insbii!-j. In Nati. nal Magazine.
How Chinese, Japanese and Hindoo
Boys Prepare for School Life.
"Among the Eastern nations Die begin
ning of school life is a critical time for
the child," says Beatrice Wilcox In
Everybody's. Magazine. "The priest or
astrologer must be consulted to choose a
lucky day. livery precaution . must be
taken lo avert the Jealousy of tin? gods,
whose malice Is especially directed against
a lino boy.
"The Chinese father who adores his son
will take the utmost pains to convince
the powers of tho air that tho boy Is of
no account. The child may be given n
despicable name, like flea, or Chu-tze. u
pig. or more insulting still, he; may bo
given a girl's name. The hoy may be
started off to school wearing a girl's dress
and one earring, and If the deception Is
complete thli- will be the most effectual
of nil, for even the geds do not care fpr
girls In China.
"The Japanese schoolboy wears hanging
from bis be)t a little re'd bag. containing
a brass tog. with his name and his pa
rents' name and address upon it. He
must have his napcr umbrella and his
fan, and. In a gay bag unon his arm (s a
Jar of rice for his luncheon. This (plaint
little follow has probably made his offer
ing at his own prlvato shrine to TenJIn
sen. the god of penmanship.
"When tho Hindoo boy has found an
auspicious day to begin school, he Is ta
ken to the god of learning. Sarasvatl.
Here the Utile supplicant presents his
offerings cf rice anel betelnuls. nnd re
peats the letters of the alphabet nfUr the
prlesl. Thus he Is entered Into the wavs
of knowledge In the very presence cf the
The Seed Is Nature's Priceless Gem.
In nature's great treasure-house the
seed Is iho one priceless gem. Compared
to It. the great deposits of coal, the mines
of silver and gold, and of diamonds and
precious stones are as nothing. Man
counts his wealth In dollars and cents.
In mining and railroad shares, and In
houses and lands: while his primal neces
sities are limited to food and clothing.
AVIthout these all other tokens of af
fluence are void. These Indeed nre the
sources of true wealth, and the grass of
the field supplies them all directly or Indi
rectly. The cereal grains wheat, rye. oats,
barley, rice and Indian corn which are
the seeds of true grasses, are convertible
ellrectly Into food. The succulent leaves
and culm of the wild grasses furnish sus
tenance lo millions of entile, sheep and
goals, and are transformed by them Into
flesh, milk, wool and hides, thus Inellrect
ly providing meat and clothing. They also
protect the soil from flood and drought
and landslide. Sending their fibrous roots
down among the shifting sands of tho
seashore, they bind the unstable particles
Into a mass so dense as lo check the ero
sion of the waves. Thus grass, the syno
nym of frailty, Is able to arise its tiny
green scepter against the destructive
liower of the elements. Frank French. In
New Insomnia Cure.
"Cures for sleeplessness are a drug on
the market." lcmurked a man who had
suffereel from Insomnia for years. "I
know, for I'vo tried them all. from the ;
historic sheep jumping over tho fenc?.
through counting number, cold water
baths and compressor, hot milk, eating
nnd not eating In fact, everything 1 ever
heard of bul without relief. Not long
ago. by chance. I hit upon one that has
worked like a charm, and I offer It for
what it's worth. It gave me the llrst re
lief I have had In 2W years.
"It simply consists of reaching back of
the head with both hands and holding on
to one of the brass uprights at the head
of the bed. The first time I did It I found
nivhelf getting drowsy after a few min
utes, and the next thing I knew It was
morning I've trlotl It several limes since,
and each time it has had the same re
sult." New York Press
"will know their fate - I
flayer Morris to Send Ap- H
pointments to Council. H
Ali Nsw in Office,- Savs Con- '
die, Must Go. H
Policy of the Mayor Is Said to' Be to IH
Itccojrnize Only Republicans Who
Helped Elect Him.
-- IH
-f- r Pcier S. Condle, Superintendent of
v Si i cuts and Irrigation. -v
V-' F.Ii A. Folland, 'Superintendent uf
-I- Uen 1). l.n Jo, Land and Water IH
-f- Ciiijiinls..:ur. -- IH
Ur. .. C Kwing.'llcalth Comml. - -t-
-5- slant r.
' r George Snow. City Engineer. -
'---- 11
I'pon the authority of reliable 1- no-
era tic leaders, in sinry'hon gojt oi ti, t IH
tonight Mayor P.lrhurd P. Morris v. 1. 1 r i
to the City Ojon.ll for eoivflrmn"-' IH
full list of ujiHJntn:ents lo m.,,; . u,
This action is liable to cany.- h -burning
and recrl a muttons among t,i tM
Democrats, several of th. anpirs:-..: IH
otllco preferring to go tn their fnle b"r' re IH
the bifurcate! Council alone, am! a u i.ru
v.v-ili.n of that bod V is priuil:;.,l. 'in t n
firm the uppoiulrnt nts r.iuli'ci clghi voi .-;
lip; of the CouucDiuen ar- Deniea-r ml IH
nine lte-publlrnn?, and It Is llicrei ..' . i?
to sec that two Kennhlicnns must v. (r i
their .f-rferoonnii friends or Mr. Morris a
appointments will be held up.
' localizing this, and In anticipation oi
co;n.H.-rted action by tho Republican.' th
Mayor 54 Ives 01:'. as one of the e- ir.i 11.1I
points of his poiley thai lie H goint, lo IH
appoint int r.iemiK'ratv alone. b 1 mi. IH
men from i!k- i:..-)tub1leaii fui-ili-n wlio s
slsted in putting lilrn wlir. In l.-, ai'
wishes to lie i!bi-ral. He evidently In-lit v
In Andrew Jackson's famous epii IH
"To me victors belong the pMls." a .d 1 '
Is not Inclined lo sllgbl those who lieipcl
bin. even though they are of the o;.ier
)iarty. fie holds that tin- men who p ir
th" admlnlslrallon In power should b th
men to run. the- gnvrrniri--ut. and b- inc1
think that ho has made deals by which lie
Will gel his si. He pnssvd imaltfied.
Maor Morris also wishes to m ik
clean sweep of the officers now in wl'h
the exception of IVlei' S. Condle, Suix-r i
tendent of Streets and lrtlgail-m. win H
slated for reapiMjintineiu: but tin- oth'r.i
will go. If the Mayor has bis wa .
The list at the htad of the column Ii
said to be the ofllclal .slate and that ih
Mayor will make no chnng" In It. vhit
ever the (.'oumrll mav do. There ar m'
nor offices which will also go in wit 1 t)u-
The Mayor will make no attempt a- th 1
time to depose Chief of Polio- l.yii' h,.' o
was anpolnleel by the old founc'l Pf
Mr. Morris could do nothing but sir!1' .
Now he Is able to -nnke e deal wllh t
Itepublleans. it Is said, and oust Lyuc'1
favor of Arthur I'ralt. also a itrniibdr
but be Is not Inclined 'to do that. 1 ill. ''
i.yneh has become ltopubir by bis oo
work, anel there would be a bowl I; 1. jf
were (railed for another Ftcpuiilk-au. 'H
Fire Chief Devlue Iirs no ax to f " 1
long as he continues to do hK work, f 1- .H
he Is under the civil service laws of '
State, and failure to do his duly Is abu'ir H
the only thlnir that can dismiss him. '1
George W. Snow Is the man slated - lH
succeed Mr. Kel.ey as City Knginer iH
1'nlil o few weeks ago be lleel outside ti.
city' limits, but In response to a gentle bint iH
of coming favors be moved In. and bv ti . jl
time he takes office. If hi Is con'.irmct.
he will have been a resident of the elty H
the necessary sixty days.
.A Pouular Club.
Dr. Kdward Bedloe, citizen of Phl'a- iH
delphla and the world at large, is soon
to apply for a dispensation e hanging
the name of the celebrated "Sevent
Six Million club" to the "Eighty Mil
I lion club."
The Seventy-Six Million club Is an H
organisation formed by Dr. Itedloe jH
when he lived iu China. Il has a slm
pie code of by-laws, as follows: jH
"1. Any American citizen sojourning iH
in the fur East Ir. a member uf the
Seventy-Six .Million club.
"2. It i." always In order to tak a jH
drink when a quorum of ibe club Is
"2. Two members of the club sht'U
constitute a ounrum.
"I. No mirrors or other mechanical
devices shall be used in ?itabllhlng a
eiuorum." Philadelphia Post. jH
Mnwcv.cAviiur-; ' t Aii6ri08cii SELLING 00T SALE values wrecked I I
r IN THE HISTORY '" "aB-vsiL , g H
MEW THIS MRIM- In Dress Qoods, Silks,
Flannels, Linens, JM
Curtains, White Goods, j s
Multitudes. Domestics, Blaakets, H
j I Comforts and Bed Spreads gi
juration the jam has been so I
unable to meet the demands e,
hems elves. Money has never
aKc ha ever seen or heard of. i
j j1 ssSmFsr8- 1
I Assortment and All ChiIdr2UTs Dresses & Infant's wear 8 j
Sizes Complete in almost given away, j
I j Every Nothing can be carried J 1 n
' i i i over all must go at some j fi

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