United States. - Epluribus unum (Latin). One composed of many.

Alabama. - Here we rest.

Arizona. - Ditat Deus. God enriches.

Arkansas. - Regnant populi (Latin). The people rule.

California. - Eureka (Greek).; I have found it.

Colorado. - Nil sine numine (Latin). Nothing without God.

Connecticut. - Qui transtulit sustinet (Latin). He who transplanted still sustains.

Dakota. - Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable.

Delaware. - Liberty and Independence.

District of Columbia. - Justitia Omnibus (Latin). Justice to all.

Florida. - In God is our trust.

Georgia. - Wisdom, justice and moderation.

Idaho. - Salve (Latin). In good condition.

Illinois. - State Sovereignty - National Union.

Iowa. - Our Liberties we prize, and our Rights we will maintain.

Kansas. - Ad astra per aspera (Latin). To the stars through diffi-culties.

Kentucky. - United we stand, divided we fall.

Louisiana. - Union, Justice and Confidence.

Maine. - Dirigo (Latin). I direct or guide.

Maryland. - Grescite et multiplicamini (Latin). Grow, or increase and multiply.

Massachusetts. - Ease pitit placidam sub libertate quietem (Latin). With the sword she seeks quiet place under liberty.

Michigan. - Si quozris penimulam amcenam circumspice (Latin). If thou seekest a beautiful peninsula, behold it here.

Minnesota. - Uetoil du nord (French). The star of the North.

Missouri. - Solus populi swprema est lex (Latin). The welfare of the people is the supreme law.

Montana. - Oro y Plata (Spanish). Gold and Silver.

Nebraska. - Equality before the law.

Nevada. - Volens et potens (Latin). Able and willing.

New York. - Excelsior (Latin). Higher, more elevated.

Oregon. - Alis volat propriis (Latin). She flies with her own wings.

Pennsylvania. - Virtue, Liberty, Independence.

Rhode Island. - Hope.

South Carolina. - Animis opibusque parati - Dum, Spiro, Spero (Latin). Prepared in mind and resources, ready to give life and property - While I breathe, I hope.

Vermont. - Freedom and Unity.

Virginia. - Sic semper tyramm (Latin). Ever so to tyrants. Washington. - Al-ki (Indian). Bye-and-bye.

West Virginia. - Montani semper liberi (Latin). Mountaineers are always freemen.

Wyoming. - Cedant arma toga (Latin). Let arms yield to the gown. Wisconsin. - Forward.

Extreme Heat in Various Countries

The following figures show the extreme heat in the various countries of the world. Bengal, 150 deg. Fahrenheit; Borgu, Sahara Desert, 153 deg.; Persia, 125 degs.; Calcutta, India, 120 deg.; Central American Republic, 129 degs.; Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, 105 deg.; Greece, 109 degs.; Arabia, 111 degs.; New York, 102 degs.; Spain, Cuba, China, and Jamaica, 110 degs.; France, Denmark, Southern Russia and the Sandwich Islands, 100 degs.; England, Ireland and Portugal, 88 degs.; Australia, 80 degs.; Scotland, 75 degs.; Sweden and Norway, 65 degs.; Iceland, 42 degs.; and Nova Zembla, 32 degs.; never above the freezing point.

The Oldest Colleges in the United States

When College Name and Location Founded

Harvard, Cambridge, Mass...................................1638

William and Henry, Williamsburg, Va.........................1693

Yale, New Haven, Conn......................................1700

College of New Jersey, Princeton, New Jersey..................1746

Washington and Lee, Lexington, Va...........................1749

Columbia (first named Kings), New York.......................1754

Brown, Providence, R. I...................................... 1764

Dartmouth, Hanover, N. H....................................1769

Rutgers, New Brunswick, N. J................................1770

Dickinson, Carlisle, Penn......................................1783

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Penn.................1785

Williams, Williamstown, Mass..................................1793

Union Schenectady, N. Y.....................................1795

Bowdoin, Brunswick, Me......................................1798

Trinity, Hartford, Conn...................................1823

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.....................1825

Wesleyan, Middletown, Conn.................................1830