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THEEAÍiLE: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1891.
FEMININE DON'TS. Don't try to keep your hair in curl. Don't carry an open parasol on the shady sitie of the street. Don't tell another girl about your eating seven dishes of ice cream one day last summer. Don't, above all things, bore poor, overworked city people with stories about your vacation fun. Don't chase after departing cable cars. If you are in need of exercise take it in a more becoming manner. Don't drink iced iluids. If you do you'll soon imagine that there's a steam boiler and a few laundry fires in your stomach. Don't cling so tenaciously to shirt waists. The stiff collars are always grinding ridges in your neck and making you long for the ability to say words that only men are privileged to use. Chicago Record. STRANGER THAN MOTION. Two barons, a lieutenant and a law yer, are ushers in a New York (Jerman theater. A sixty-pound boy hauled in a fifty pound catfish at Winfleld, Ivan., a few days ago. IIays City has a woman who adorns her home and makes it beautiful with plants stolen from the cemetery. ' Mus. SpKNcrit, of Bourbon, Ind., now sixty years'of age, has had eleven hus bands and seven sets of children. In selecting the name of a jury to try a man for murder down in Georgia the name of the murdered man wa i drawn out of the box along with the others. Three widowers at Marvell, Ark., have married again. They h:ivc made love to and been accepted by three sis ters. Their first wives were also sis ters. THE ENGLISH ROYAL FAMILY. In her fifty-seven years of power Queen Victorn lm seen every throne in the w.'M-l 1 vacat? at least once, and some of them sever:; 1 times. Tin-: Princess of Wales has a tea ser vice consi .tin- of sixty pieces, and , every piece has upon it a photograph taken by the princess in -Scotland. j One of the new patent veiled serenes is being made expressly for the infant prince: they :nv intended to protect ! the hands and face from bites of in-1 sects. Some one who has been reading up the peerage k::;,m that the Prince of Wales has seventeen brothers-in-law. fifty-seven on i:is, and fifty-eight nephews and nicies. The widow of fíen. Phil Sheridan, with her three children, lives in Wash ington. Mr-.. Sheridan is about thirty five years ol . having been very much I the junior of her husband. I M. Caí'.imir-IYü'er, the new French president, married his cousin, Mile. I Ilelcne Perier. daughter of M. Edouard Perier, who held the post of master of requests to the council of state. DO YOU SEE THE POINT? SECRET SOCIETIES. T) A. M. n. s Silver C'ltv Chanter. No. 2. nt Mason' Hull. Kcgular convocations on Ski Wednes day evening of each month. All companions Invited to attend. Aakon Scinm, 11. I'. 1'KitHY It. Lady, Sec'y. k F. i Silver City Lodge, No. 8. Meets lit Mnson- A. M. ' Hall, over Silver Nafl Hank, the City ! Thursday evening on or before the full moon each month. All visiting brothers invited to attend. M. . Twomky. W. M. I'kiihy I). Lady, See'y. The Económica i. Way. Don't throw rice after the bride and bridegroom. Wait till they get settled and send it to them. Somebody has estimated that a man who lives to lie sixty years old has spent seven months in buttoning his shirt collar. By some persons it is claimed that "beleaguer" i:; the longest word in the English language, because there are three miles between its first and last letter. Generally, when a man and woman have been made one. the honeymoon is the time spent in endeavoring to dis cover which Magazine. A K.S. I'.SII Sliver CM v Chanter No. !1. O. E. S. Meets every 1st and ltd Thursday in each month at Masonic nan. .mis. ckna i osuuovk. tv. ti. .Mas. Nkm.y B. Lady, Sec'y. T O. O.F. It Jas L. KIdgelv Encampment No. 1. meets the 2d and 4tli Wednesdays of each month. Visiting patriarchs cordially Invited. A. E. Atkins, C. I. .1. ,1. Kkm.y, Scribe. O. F. 1 (. 1 Isaac TIITativ Lodge. No. 13. meets at Odd Fellows' Hall. Bank building. Saturday ev enings. Members of the order cordially In vited to attend. T. W. Holson. N. (. St. (koiuik Roiunson. Sec'y. T . O. F. It Helen Lodge, No. 7. Kelieknh IVirree. Meet hiL's second and fourth Friday nlehts in each month, at hall of I. S. Tiffany Lodge No. Ill Hank building. 1,. II. KowM.KK. ;. u. that one.-Deraorest's St- Ukokuk obinson. Sec'y V OF IV J . Mei FOR BOOK- WORMS. Meets 2d and 4th Tuesday nights of each month, at Odd Fellow's Hall. Visiting Knights Invited. Frank Wmoirr. VC .I..I.SIIKHIKAN, K. R&8. Mr. Walter Hehant's latest novel isi called "Beyond the Dreams of Ava- i o. I'. V. r;ce ' 'A. Meets on the 1st mid 3d Tuesday of each " , . . . , . month. Fellow workmen cordially Invited. biR Emm Arnold is about to bring c. l. Oanti.ky. M. F. nut n. vnlurn.. under the title of "Wan- Ol'NO. Kec dering Words." Miss Prances E. Willard is said to be writing a book on bicycling, in Democratic Territorbil Convention. In accordance wit h i resolution of the dem ocratic territorial central committee, adopt- . . , , ... , . . .v (HI a 1 IC UTl IMH lili I C II I III I i ni ni'-' ...i-'i-v which she will advocate the use of the ,.,( Ilt meeting held in Santa Fe on the Uth bicycle by women. It is announce 1 that Mr. Thomas A. Janvier is the author of the brilliant little book entitled "The Woman's Con quest of New York." M. Andiu day of August. IWU, a convention of the dem ocratic party of the territory Is hereby called to meet at Las Cruces. N. M.. on the 17th day of September. 1SIII. at 2 o'clock p. tn.. to nomi nate a candidate for delegate to the house of representatives of the 51th congress of the cuiten Mines. l i... ..twin ni'ii lili vii Id resn lit on each ClIKVRII.LON, a nephew Of ,.nmltv f ,i. territory Is entitled to one (1 'I- Taine, has written a review of Itudyard egate'to said convent Ion for each ta votes ,. ...oi ..i i .,. t east for Hon. Antonio Joseph, as delegate to ivipuiifi which io rMn.ii.ijr congress In Isir.', and an additional Uciegaie the "Revue de Paris." i for each fraction of the unit of 135 ainount- I lug to lift y or more. I'ndcr this apportion- VARIOU5 rKEAKS. A well in Salisbury, N. C, which un-' til recently supplied cold water, is now : reported to be giving forth a hot kind ! exclusively. j The smallest woman now on earth is Mile. Paulina, of Holland, 18 years old, and 20 inches in height. She weighs j less than nine pounds. A Marshall county man claims thuti by actual meir oiviru nt. and by t ight-1 ing across the top rail of his fence, he: saw a stalk of corn grow seven inches 'in a day. A OAMK rooster belonging to Tony : WELL-KNOWN PEOPLE. About the only European monarch whose life is not insured is the czar. Senator John Sherman has kept all his letters since he was fifteen years old. , Miss Frances E. Willard attributes her gain in health and weight to the fact that whiie she was visiting in Eng land they made her eat five hearty meals a day. Perry, of lioekl'in-1 le ment the several counties of the territory nil' entitled to representation as follows: Counties. No. of Delegates. Bernalillo Chaves - Colfax liona Ana ';' Eddy (rant (iiailalupe Lincoln . Moni " itlo Arriba I San .liian San Miguel .......21 Sania Fe 1,1 Sierra J Socorro Taos I n Ion ' Valencia . 1 Total I liiftirlliernceorilwlt.il said resolution the democratic central committees of the vari ous count es of the territory are hereby In structed to call county conventions for the election of delegates according to said ap- porttonmenl mid to inserí in inu can inere for mi invitation to nil persons or organlm- airty ,:. lost Tony is a handy Ml uv. an 1 litt -l nl neat wooden leg t the ! ird: and now I the rooster is once more ready for arena : contests, with a spur on each leg. !,; ,i, .,,,. ,,t,. ), tlons. without regard vo loriner n. Miuii-ijj.u.ui..m y- i aillliiitlons. who Intend to support the demo- family of Have ?ivKr. of .lolnv :-i ( it y. cratic nominee for delegate, to participate In V "0 ,,. ,,f he le-, v.vr f r for-i such conventions, declaring such persons Mo. As two of UK i 1JI !, U.K,,. to election as delegates to the terrl- ward loiMimotion. an I the other tv al-1 t.rlnl convention hereby culled. Said !.,..: .j ,-; l ;in" backward, , county comniiueesnre reuiicsicu n iukc way: that unf'i-iivv.its ehw'.teii found it dim cult to a !v:-.nee ir. the world, and gave up the effort in de'.pnir. arrangements for county conventions in ample t ime and in accordance with the prac tice of the party. .1. H. Chist. Tilos. I'. (AUI.K. Chairman. Scci'etn vv, .