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A state Innch In China contains 146
A bomb, weighing about seventy
ounds.exploded into a shower of 1,200
? The fishing; Industry In North Caro
lina yields an annual product of the
value or over $1,000,000.
Seventeen Russian newspapers had
trouble with the censor last year and
two of them were entirely suppressed.
A 110-ton gun, though it can Are
only eighty full charges, can Are 190
three-quarter charges and 320 lialf
When an Arab widow Intends to
marry again s-he visits the grave of lier
dead husband the night before. the new
marriage is to occur.
The value of the egg crop of the
state of Missouri exceeds In amount
the value of the cereal crops of that
state sold on the market
It's the fast young man -who runs
through a fortune quickly, but It
doesn't take an athlete to jump a
Board bill. Philadelphia Record.
Owing to the lack of capital and a
drought probably unprecedented in its
duration, the gold industry lately lias
made no "headway in British Guiana.
Miles "I wonder how a composer
feels "when lie encounters a man with
a hand organ grinding his tunes?"
dies "Probably like any other man
who has to meet liis own notes."
The city of Akron, Ohio, is entitled
to the credit for installing the first au
tomobile police patrol. It is of the
largest size, having a seating capacity
of twenty persons, and was Duilt at a
cost of $2,200.
A special service lor the -detection
-of gambling lias been organized by the
police of Vienna. They seek for of
fenders, not only In the cafes, out In
clubs, and even enter private apart
ments -with hope of surprising poker
players. Women as train porters are an inno
vation that is fast hecoming popular.
The "woman who -wishes her shoes
laceder-drese "fastened, etc.-s-c-.
derlng how she managed to travel he
fore -without such aid. Racine (Wis.')
MUCH IN LITTLE.
In the fashionable thoroughfares of
London a good house rents for $50,600
Each British soldier on tending at
Cape Town receives 170 rounds -of am
munition. In 1830 the United States did 5.4 per
cent of the world's commerce. In 1898
It did 9.5.
Temperance advocates will be pleas
ed to learn that one man In six in the
British navy is a teetotaler.
In the battles of the Franco-German
war the proportion of killed to wound
ed was generally one to four and a half.
Thirty-six foreign vessels having
an aggregate tonnage of 57,556, met
with a disaster in American waters last
The nut trees alone of the world
could on a pinch feed a poulatlon three
times as great as the present number
The first larr in tarltans is that every
stripe of whatever breadth or color
must be the same in both the length
and breadth of the -web.
One of the books of etiquette in
France during the fourteenth century'
advised the man of fashion to wash his I
handB every day and his face "almost I
as often." '
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The Omaha Medical College,
Excellent as are some of the modern
public school houses built in large
cities of Germany, the schools In the
country, especially, -where a rich pos
sessor ot large farms owns all the
land, and has the superintendence of
school affairs, are often very poor.
A strictly four-year course Medi
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which are fully up to those of the
American Association ol 7le4icsl
Colleges, and the laws of the differ
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rooms In the West. Host excellent
clinics are held by the professors
of the College In five of the six
Omaha hospitals. For Information
D. EWINfl BROWN,
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NOTES OF THE STAGE.
Gerald Griffin is to Impersonate Mr.
Bowser in the vaudeville houses.
Mrs. "Langtry denies that her own
life Is portrayed In "The Degenerates."
"Marie Dressier hopes to have -a
theater of her own In New York next
B. fi. Wlllard. John Hare and Mrs.
Patrick Campbell will act in America
The ParlB Journal des Debats calls
Mr. A. W. Plnero the greatest of "Eng
Mrs. Grace Van Studdiford, prima
donna of the Jefferson de AngellB opera
company, has resigned.
Robert Taber's term of management
at the hlBtorlc Adelpbla theater, lu
"London, -will begin March 10.
In Japan it Is -not considered correct
'or ladies In attendance at the theater
to wear the same dress during the en
Two of Whishaw's novels of Russian
life have recently been made Into
plays. Beerbohm Tree may appear in
'the version -of that one .called "A Boyar
-of the Terrible."
Masterlinck has promised to write
a play expressly for Martin Harvey,
-whose success in London with "The
'Only Way" has raised him to place in
the ranks of actor managers.
Josephine Hall -will sail for London
April 1C, and two weeks later she will
take the leading part In the production
of "The Girl from Maxim's" at Charles
Frohnian's Duke of York theater.
Clara Llpman has just -finished a
dramatization of the popular novel,
"Lady Barbarity." It will in all prob
ability be Included In Mr. Mann's and
Miss Llpman's repertory next year.
Worty-three per cent of iths (fruit,
'trees in, southern California are orange
rand 'fifteen ,per cent 'lemon, i
It is the divine in man -which rouses
Itself against undue chains. It points
forward like a day star with an un
dying hope to the final freedom of a
soul In slavery, but to Christ alone.
Rev. J. C. Smith.
The tnlnd, the spirit of Christ In us
is that which redeems -us now from
earthly -weakness and fear and shame,
and brings us out at once in heavenly
experience of peace and joy and power.
"Rev. Dr. "Raymond.
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