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EIISTWORK f l W ON 1 THE W WHEEL WHEELHow l lHow
How to Become an Expert ExpertBicycle ExpertBicycle ExpertBicycle
Bicycle Rider RiderLIGHT RiderLIGHT RiderLIGHT
LIGHT WHEELS ARE BEST BESTOut
Out Wheels Built for Use on the theTrack theTrack theTrack
Track Will Not Stand the Strain Strainof
of the Rough Road Work WorkTo WorkToClips WorkToeClips Tos TosClips
Clips and Rams Horn Handle Bars BarsA BarsA BarsA
A man In pulling on a pair of boota hootaloouree boota100llr9S bootasoonres
loouree nn nddod lovorngo by pulling pullingupon pullingIIIJon pullingupon
upon tho bootstraps and pushing with withthe withthe withthe
the foot In the same way a man with withdownturned withdowntllrned withdown
downturned down turne1 bars pulls up on his bars barsand bnrsnnd barsand
and push pUlh08 OB down on tho pedals But Butthe Dutthe Butthe
the use of rams horn bars alone isnot Is Isnot Isnot
not aufflolent They should boar such sucha
a relation to tho pedals and saddle saddlethat snlldlothat saddlethat
that not nn ounco of pressure Is wast wasted wasted waste1 ¬
ed In ovory racing mans gripsack gripsackcan
can bo found a piece of string with withItnots wltl1lenots withnuts
Itnots nuts at Intervals which represent representthe
the distance between bars and saddle saddleand sndllleand saddleand
and saddle nnd crankaxle crank nxle In addi addition mhlltlon nddltion ¬
tion the point of the saddle Is placedjust placed placedJuit placol1jUlt
just so far ahead of an Imaginary Imaginaryline Imnglnnryline imnglnaryline
line extending perpendicularly upward upwardfrom UIIW upwardfrom ld ldCram
from the crank axle With this as n nguide nguide aguide
guide the racer can fix another whool whoolto
to Ills own measurements If necessary necessaryas
as well as seo that his own Is just justright justrIght justright
right rightFor rIghtFor rightFor
For fast work a light wheel Is to bo bopreferred beproCerrell hopreferred
preferred But the wheels built for forusa Corule foruse
usa on the track will not stand tho thorough thorough thorough
rough usage of road work so tho aver average aernge averago ¬
age fast road rider rid or lightens his wheel wheelIn wheelIn
In as many ways as possible without withoutweakening withoutwealeenlng withoutweallening
weakening It He cuts off tho stem stemof stemof stemof
of his sent post and handlebar that thatproject thatproject thatproject
project Into the frame leaving just justBUfllclont justsufficlont lustsufficient
sufficient to clamp them by He takes takesoff tnlu takesoff s sof
off of tho chaln chainadjuster ndjuster on tho side sideaway sldoaway sh10away
away from tho sprockets uses the thesmallest theAmallelt thesmallest
smallest of bolls and lamps small smalltires smalltires smalltires
tires and rims cuts off of every piece of ofmetal ofmetal ofmetal
metal In his pedals that Is not needed neededto
to hold the toe clip and his foot nnd nnduses nndusa
uses small sprockets front and roarIn roar rearIn roarIn
In this way two pounds can some sometimes somethnes somethnas ¬
times bo taken off a wheel and the thoowner theowner theowner
owner can go forth knowing that he heIs lieIs heIs
Is not varying useless weight Again Againif
if a man Is able to ride a 26Inch 26Inchframe 26llIchframe 26 Inch Inchframe
frame ho contents himself with ono onowhoso 0110whoso onowhose
whoso perch porchtubo tubo Is 22 Inches saving savingweight savingwellht savingweight
weight hero as well as securing more morerigidity mororigidity morerigidity
rigidity In tho frame frameA
A tool bag seems the beto nolr of ofmany ofmallY ofmany
many wheelmen Tho article with Its Itscomplement Itscomplement Itscomplement
complement of tools Is a necessity yet yetfow yetlow et etfow
fow caro to liavo the bag rattling over overrough overrough overrough
rough roads though this can bo bostopped bostoppod bestopped
stopped by wrapping tho tools In cloth clothbefore clothbeforo clothbefore
before putting them away In the bag bagSome bagSome bagSarno
Some have formed the habit of car carrying carrlng carrying ¬
rying the necessary repair tools In Invarloug Invarlau invarious
various pockets hut this Is at times timesa
a source of Annoyance especially especiallywhen especiallywhel1 especiallywhen
when the oil can le leTho leTiro IeTho
Tho seatpost Is removedffom removed ffoint ffointframe toin tc tcframe t tCrame
frame and a cork secured to fit tho thobottom thobottom thebottom
bottom end Through this cork Is Ispassed Ispnssoo ispassed
passed one or more extra spokesStuck spokes spokesStuck spolcesStuck
Stuck Into tho part of the cork Inside Insidetho Insldotho insidethe
tho post Is the little tool used to toInject toInject toInject
Inject cement Into tho punctured tire tireIn tireIn tireIn
In the spaco above tho cork In tho thoseatpost theseat thoseatpost
seat seatpost post Is also room for a n tube of ofcement ofcement ofcement
cement and a few plugs of various varioussizes various81zel varioussizos
sizes sizesThe 81zelTho sizosThe
The only tool that need be carried carriedIn
In tho pocket Is tho spanner or orwrench orwrench orwrench
wrench To remove tho soatpost with withits withits withIts
its contents Is but tho work of n mo moment 1110ment tnomeat ¬
ment and tho tools arc at your ser servlco serIco service
vice Ico This way of carrying the tools toolsdoes toolsdoos toolsdoes
does away with the unsightly bag and nndprevent andJreent andprevent
prevent the usual wearing away of oftho ofthe oftho
tho enamel by the supporting straps strapsof
of the tool bag bagMany bagMany bagMany
Many riders chow gum to keep tho thomouth thomouth themouth
mouth and throat moist This serves servestho serestho servosthe
tho purpose admirably but to the rac racing racIng racing ¬
ing man gum has a far more Import Important Important important ¬
ant duty dut To make tho case plain plainsuppose plainsupposo plainsuppose
suppose you were to rIde with your yourmouth yourmouth yourmouth
mouth closed tightly and breathe only onlythrough onlythrough onlythrough
through your nose You would soon soonfind soonfind soonfind
find yourself out of breath because In Inthe Inthe inthe
the extra exertion of riding the lungs lungsrequire lungsrequire hugsrequire
require moro air than can bo ob obtained obtalned obtamed ¬
tamed through the nose alone Take Takethe Takethe Takotime
the other extreme extromewere wero you OU to ride rldowith ridewith ridewith
with your mouth wide open the rosuit re result resuit ¬
suit would be similar You would findyourself find findyourself findourself
yourself ourself choking There Is a happy happymedium happymedium happymedium
medium when just enough air Is taken takenIn takenIn takenin
In the lungs for tho required exertion exertionWhen exertionWhen exertionWhen
When n rider Is In the best of con eondition condition candltlon ¬
dition ho can do with very little extra extraair cxtrnair extraair
air For this reason ho usually fol follows Collows follows ¬
lows tho plan made popular by Jimmy JimmyMichael JimmyMichael JlmmyMlchao1
Michael nnd breathes through quill quilltoothpick quilltoothpick quilltoothpick
toothpick Now hero is where the thouse theuse theuse
use of chewing gum comes In In the thobeginning theboglnnlng thebeginning
beginning of the season tho rider uses usesn ses sesa
a cud about the size of a hickory hickorynut hickorynut hickorynut
nut In the course of masticating this thisbis thishis thishis
his mouth opens sufficiently to give givehim glvohim givohim
him the air he needs As his physicalcondition physical physicalcondition phYlllcalcondition
condition becomes better ho can get getalong getalong getalong
along with less air and ho decreases decreasestho decreasesthe
the size of his gum accordingly so sothat sothat sothat
that by tho middle of the season ho hois heIs h0Is
is content with a piece hardly bigger biggerthan biggerthan biggerthan
than a pea peaTho peallIe peaTno
Tho toe clips In general use fallsomewhat fall fallsomewhat ta11somewhat
somewhat short of tho ideal one The Thefoot TheCoot Thefoot
foot quite frequently becomes disingaged dlsln dlslngaged dlslngugoo
gaged especially when high speed is isIndulged IsIndulged Isindulged
Indulged in On the track this dial difficulty dlfficulty dialculty ¬
culty Is overcome by using an extra oxtraattachment extraattachment extraattachment
attachment composed of rubber and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which is buttoned over the pedal or ordinary 0 0lInary orBinary ¬
Binary clip and foo As this cannot be beattached benttached beattached
attached by the rider when on thewhool the thewheel thowheol
wheel but must bo attended to by his hisstarter hisstartor hisstartor
startor its use on the road Is out outof outoC outof
of the question This band clamps the thefoot thetoot thefoot
foot so tightly that It Is next to impos impossible Imposslblo imposslblo ¬
slblo to withdraw tho foot from the thopedal thepedal thepedal
pedal and It Is only another of tho thorisks thorIsks therisks
risks cyclists take on tho track Every Everyrldor Everyrillor Everyrider
rider should emulate the racing men mennnd menand lionand
and enjoy a rubdown after a ride Itservos It Itservos Itserves
servos to keep the muscles pliable and andless andless andless
less liable to become cramped and andstiff andHtlrr andstiff
stiff Either witchhazo or alcohol may maybe maylie maybe
be used
THE MEN HUNTING GAME GAl1E1COL GAMECOL GA m mCOLBADENPOWELL
COL COLBADENPOWELL BADEN BADENPOWELL POWELL HAS WRIT WRITTEN WRITTEN WRITTEN
TEN A BOOK ON IT ITHe ITHe ITHe
He Declares It a Great Sport andTells and andTells andTells
Tells How to Bag Your Enemy With Without Without Wlthout
out Being Bagged BaggedExtracts Extracts From FromAids FromAlds FromAids
Aids to Scouting ScoutingColoiid ScoutingColonel
Colonel Bntlen Niulenlowell 1owell declares that thatiininfitnlkliiB tlUtlUnllHtnHdllg thatnnur
nnur iininfitnlkliiB stulking Is the best BIIMIO of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which ho knows and the Colonel has hasImtl hnshad hashad
had experience enough ns 18 a hunter of ofboth athoth ofboth
both two and four footed animals to toknow towow toknow
know wow He has written a book called ctIlledAids calledAIdH calleclAliI
Aids AliI to Scouting nail ln In It he denty dent elearly
I ly y 11I IIIVH f down the rules of the spurt BportTho spurtThu IJOrtr11O
Tho scouts ten comninnilinonts he hesiiys heSII 1wsilys
siiys SII A nro II 10 iilnck lull Belfrellnnce self rellaflee abili ability 1111111t ahillty ¬
ty t to llnd his way WII In n strnngo coun country country ¬
try 11 nut use his eyes and ears He HenuiHt JIu1I111Ht liemust
must l he > o able to keep himself lilddmi lilddmitrack h1l1l11111trlcl hldiluhtrnek
track the enemy 1111I1 R get t across country countrytake COUll countrylnke I 1 1tnw
take care of himself and his borne borneand horseand
and report his III Information InformationThe Co orninlion orninlionThe 1IIIItI all allIll
The Ill most 1I1u t reliable assistance In llntl Ilndbig llntlIng IltulIlIg
big your U1 way WII In the compass but In InSouth IIIHOllth luSoutii
South Africa where there Is much muchIroimtono 11IuchIrollloltono muchleonstolro
Iroimtono In the ground a compass be becomes IllCOlUlIJ hecollies ¬
comes very 1 unreliable The sun by h day dayKlves daygloves 111 111ghp
gloves you 011 tho cast In his rising and andwest IIl1elWIt amidwest
west In his setting MUttllI and north or south soutliat Monlhnt southnt
nt noon as II you 011 happen to be south or ornorth orIImt oruortir
north IImt h of the equator equatorOn
On stud starting lriI on a nccounatl reconnaissance s ant ifyou If Ifyou IfUt1
you Ut1 see a mountain to the northward northwardIt
It will servo as a guide Similarlywhen Similarly SI1I111111 SI1I111111wlllll Slndlurlyvhen
when you ou pass lnHSlII any conspicuous object objectlike objectlike objectlike
like a + withered tree broken pate 01 u ustrangely 11t1ll11gel ustrangely
strangely t1ll11gel slumped rock keep It In your yourmind your11dhd 011
mind On passing pa sshug mieli landmarks do donot 1101I0t donot
not omit to look back and see what whattheir whllttholr whattheir
their appearance Is from the other otherside ulhIhIe otherxlde
side hIe
sideA A moving enemy Is easy cn to see but butono butnee
ono who stands IIIIIII still or who Is the thesame tilt111I11Ie thesame
same color as the ground around him himIs himIs liluiis
Is very m hard to ceo for the unprae unpraetlced UIIIIInctlced tumprncticeil
tlced eye Common sense timid a little littlereflection IIIt1eIellletioll littleretiection
reflection will often suggest to you youtho youthu Oll Olltho
tho most likely 1Iw points to lonk to tied tiedhuh llndhim IIlhlhl11l
him huh mu
himKor For muFor Instance you 011 come across three threefresh throeflllIh threefresh
fresh paths Iathll trodden In tho grass on ontho onIho onthe
the South African fIlclll1 veldt ehlt all running runningparallel rlllllllllg11I1Illllel raualhgparnllel
parallel to each other at n few yardsdbtnuce yards yardsdistance IIId > l lIlIsltlllCe
distance By having hlllI studied the habits habitsof
of your 01 enemy you Oll will know at once oucethat uncethllt oncethat
that this means three companies have havepassed hao111I14 havepassed
passed 111I14 111 that way wa on the march as gen generally geterlliy III IIIcmll ¬
erally cmll they thu nmrehlii mnrclr ht single Ille ouchcompany each eachcompany eadlCOlllplln
company following Its own leader If Ifthe ItIho Ifthe
the footmarks show that the men menwere InInWUIIJ menwere
were wearing sandals It means they tlicywero tllcyWI1O theywere
were on a long lon march If barefootedthey barefooted barefootedthey baloCootulltill
they till were not going far farIt CarIt farIt
It Is often u useful thing after pass passIng P1l88III pisshug
hug III a place where yon 011 suspect an cue enemy ell ellIll cuelimy ¬
my Ill to be hiding to turn very el suddenly suddenlynnd suddetrlymud
mud look for him You may IIIn catch cut tehi him himlooking hllll1001llIg hhnlooking
looking out less carefully carefullyIn calcCulI calcCulIlu
In selecting your 01 lookout place 1111 co al always ala8 always ¬
ways a8 be careful to see that there Is Ismore ismore
more than ono way out of It BO that thatif thatf thlltIf
if f an IIli enemy 111l1II cuts you OU off at ono you youcan youcuti ou ou11I11
can escape by the other Thus a tower towerIs toelIII
Is a tempting place to look out from frombut CIOIIIJut frombut
but Jut If an enemy euelll comes and standsguard stands standsguard IItllll S SgUII1d
guard at the foot of It you cannot get getaway geta getaway
away a 11 whoreim the roof of a house housewill mouse mouseuIIl
will 111 give 10 you ou an almost equally good goodview gooclIow goodclew
view Iow timid possibly several different differentways dllTerentways
ways 1111 of getting to the ground grouudflees groundTrees 11011111lIeell
Trees for tho same reason as tow towers towellI towors ¬
ers must bo used with caution He Hemember Iteuremnber HoIIIClllhel
member that men are very apt to for forget 101ot forget ¬
get ot to look up In trees for youunless youunlesstlmey you ouunll88 ouunll88they unless unlessthey
they see your our footmarks on the theground theglound theground
ground leading lend lug to a tree I have ha 0 stood stoodunder stoodullder steedunder
under a tree 1te with uu enemy enem up UI In It Itand ItIIl1d itmid
and never noticed him till lie tired tireddown llreddown IIlod1I0wl1
down at II t me rocracking meTracking 1II11mc1dng
Tracking means following tip foot footnmrkx CootIIIUIIs footnmrls
nmrkx It Is called spooring In laSouth InSouth InSouth
South Africa Scouting without track trackIng truclelug tracklug
lug Is like breadandbutter brend and butter withoutlime without withoutthe withouttho
the bread The Urst rHt thing to learn Is Isto S Sto sto
to distinguish the pace at which a ahorse ahorse ahorse
horse or man was moving when he hemade heIllude henuuude
made the truck It will be seen that a ahorse uhOlse ahorse
horse walking leaves pairs of foot footmarks footmarks ¬
marks each hind foot coming close to tothe totho tothe
the Impression of the foro foot At a ntrot atlet atrot
trot each pair of footmarks Is at n ngreater nIoatr agrouter
greater Ioatr distance from the next und nndthe undthe andthe
the ground Is more forcibly 10rclbl struck the thetoe thotOIJ thetoe
toe more deeply Indented In the theground thegrol11l1 theground
ground than at n walk 11111 At a canter canterthere cnnterthele canterthere
there are two single footmarks and nodthen andthen alllithln
then n pair 1111 at a gallop single foot footmarks Coot11I0118 footnmarks ¬
marks deeply Indented IndentedWith ludentcWith indentedTYltli
With a man umiakalkiug walking the whole bole flat flatof UatoC flatof
of tho foot comes equally uijU II II on the theground thegroulld theground
ground the feet it little under one oneyard aile aileUIII oneyard
yard UIII apart Kunnlng the toes are aremore lire1II0le aremore
more deeply Indented In entell in the ground groundand gloundnnll groundand
and the feet are nlore than a yard yardapart rard1I111I1t yardspurt
apart Native trackers boast that notonly not notonly
only 0111 can they thc tell a persons sex and andage n1l n1lIIge andage
age by b their tracks but also their theircharacters theirehuructulS theircharacters
characters They lhe say till that people who whoturn whoturn whoturn
turn out their toes much are generally generallyliars generallyliars genorallyliars
liars It was a trick with highwaymen highwaymenof
of old and with horsestcaleru horse stealers more moreruedntly 1II01eIuc tuorerecdnlhy
ruedntly Iuc ntl to put their horses shoeson shoesonwrong shoes all all101lg onwrong
wrong 101lg way round in order to deceive deceivetrackers deceivotmclwrs deceivetrackers
trackers who might try h to follow them themup themUllj themup
up Ullj but a good tracker would not be betaken betuken betaken
taken lu Similarly Simllarl thieves often walk walkbackward wnllbuclnllrd walkbackward
backward In tracking where spoor Is IsJltllcult IsdllUcult islitlicuht
Jltllcult to BCC seeHuch such as on hard hardground lIurdgroulIlI hardround
ground round or in grass glaNsnote note the direction directionof
of the last footprint that you can see seennd seeund seeInd
und then look on eu III the same direc direction dltCCtlon dhecIlon ¬
tion but well ahead of you JouIm say 10 10lo 20o O Oto
lo o 30 ynrdsand yards IIIdsallll and In the grass you ou will willgenerally trillenernlly 111 111gCllelally
generally Bee tile blades bent or trod trodJen ho hoden trodhen
den and on eu hard ground mullli possibly possiblystones possiblytones osslhlystants
stones displaced or scratched and so son soOIlIHII11I somsmall
OIlIHII11I n small signs III nll which seen In a line lineHIO lineOliO linemute
OliO behind the other give a kind of ofirack oftlllck ofruck
irack that otherwise would not he no nollccd noticId noIced
Iced I once tracked a bicycle on a autrd II1IIIId anerd
nerd macadam road where It really reallyundo ICIIII reallymuulo
undo no Impression tit all but by byooklng bylooking byooking
looking along the surface of the road roador roadCor roador
Cor or a 1 long distance ahead of me IIC under underho undertho underfro
tho ho rising sun im It happened the line linet lintIt
It t had taken was quite visible through throughhe tllrouhthe throughlie
the he almost Invisible coating of dew dewipon dewUllOll dewgnnr
ipon the ground 10111111 Standing on the therack thetllcll therick
rack and looking down upon it close closeo closoto
to o 01117 my II feet I could not see the slight slights IIIIihttst ¬
tst st s t sign of It
SARTATORIAL SARTATORIALDepew 5ARTATORIALDepew SARTATORIALDepew
Depew Called the BeatDressed BetDre Beot Drensed sed Mall ManIn MallIn MallIn
In the Senate SenateWho SenateWho SenateWlho
Who Is tho bestdressed hst dresscd man lu tho thoSenate thoSUlll1te theSellntu
Senate Some say sn Hale of Maine MaineBomo MaineIIOllle
Bomo 1latt of New York others be bellovo belIeo behove
hove Wolcott of Colorado but by an anInformal nnfuforulal III IIIIlIfolIIlIl
Informal Jury j1 which was recently In Invited IIIrltell htvlled ¬
vited to pass upon the question Sell Sehator Senator Sellntol ¬
ator Depow of New l York was unani unanimously 1111111111Il01lsl uunlulmousiy ¬
mously 1Il01lsl chosen When Mr Ir Depow DOJo was wastold wastold wastold
told by a World 01ld correspondent corresJolI ollt that thatthis thatthl thatthis
this thl decision had been reached ho hosntd besaid hesaid
said with a II chuckle chuckleThats ehuchdetThats chueklcTllllts
Thats n sartorial untruth untruthI
I nm glad to know Iwo that my hab habit hllbIt hmibit ¬
it of dress has boon nproved by b the theJury thejllr timejury
Jury jllr Hut really lellll I dont know that I Ican Icall Icalm
can lay In claim to this proud tllstlnctlon tllstlnc dlstillctlolI disthatioum
tlon tlonSenator tlolIS1l1ntol tioumSemrator
Senator Depew Depu + Is one of the hestdressed best bestdressed llestdllIsed
dressed men In the Senate Helin to There are aremen 110lIIell areman
men who display more ashy lIash raiment raimentnnd mllllllItnlld lmiimcamtmid
mid who have hn e their clothes cut In the thelatest thelatest timelatest
latest Kngllsh gll lslI fashion but none who whodress whodlllII windress
dress In better taste or who exhibit exhibitmore exhibitmono
more style nnd simplicity III 111 1111 clt than Senutor Sena Senator HI1I11t01 ¬
tor Depew DCIII Ills clothes are cut from fromthe Cr0111tho fromthe
the same pattern that he has used for formany COIIIInll torIlntimy
many IIInll years yearsHo suds tII1IIHo sudslie
Ho always ul n8 wears n black frock coat coatsilkfaced coatsllltnced coltslik
silkfaced slik fmiced darkstriped dnrk strhped trousers and andusually IIlId118unlly andasunib
usually n doublebreasted louble breasted waistcoat oftime of ofthe oCthe
the same material as tho coat In the thesummer the111111I11I11 timesummer
summer his style st lo of dress does not notvary notvary
vary 111 except that ho discards > I the theblack Illehlll timehlnek
black hlll < l frock for a short box coat of oflighter oClight ofhiglmter
lighter light 11 material materialThe uurtcrinh19w IInlClllI1jhe
The ftepow cravats arc tho most moststriking oaststlklhg
striking article mitt icle of his wardrobe Ills Illsstreet III Illsstreet II IIstltct
street ties are of tho fourlulmud fourlulmudstyle CoulIIIllnI1l1IItII fmu In haud haudstyle
style tUil Hiuigly about his highcollar high highcollar highCOIlIlI
collar Ho has hn one or two black sill sillcravats sillcInmts silkcnvats
cravats but the greater part Iml of his hisneckwear 11111lIeclIIII hisueckvemir
neckwear Is brlghthued The Senator Senatorhas SUlllltorhllll Senatorlugs
has a large 11I1 0 stock vo that he wears a adifferent 1 1dltTl1ullt ndifferent
different tie every day I1n In the week weekThe weel1he weeklimo
The Depow shirts with cuffs cuB attached at attached ntIIIIllIll ¬
tached are of plain white + linen not notespecially lIotelllelIIIII hotespecially
especially expensive Ills trousers are arealways 110IIlwll31I mimenlwnys
always faultlessly CnuUI I creased and never neverbecome lIe1herollle hoveriwcohmc
become baggy hllg y at the kuees kueesThe kueemlime mltS mltSjlIe
The Dcpcw shoos are of black calf calfskin lIIICIdll calfskin ¬
skin Idll soft and easy Sometimes SOIll etl IIIIII he hewears 110WelllS lieweals
wears gaiters Usually USIIIIII he prefers the thebutton thehuttoll timebultmt
button shoe Ills assortment of hosiery hosieryIs ho ll llIs
Is not extraordinary and tits taste tasteruns In tasterues III I
runs to plain black bill 1 He shaves himstilt him himself himHelt ¬
self every tel morning and goes to the thebarbers thollmhels thel
l barbers chair only nlll when bin hair and andwhiskers 111111whllllnls andviilskors
whiskers + need trimming He has no nofancy 110CIIII nofnucy
fancy CIIII waistcoats and shrinks from fromstriped tlolllShIII111 frohistriped
striped shirts and plaid IJlnl socks N Y YWorld yWI1I111 1 1World
World
COPPER MINES MINESSome MINESSome MINESSome
Some That Were Worked Thousands Thousandsof
of Years Before the Christian Eraime Era EraThe Erahe
The he copper mines of Slnal on the thenorthwest tilelIorthwlst timenorthwest
northwest of Arabia were worked workedthousands wOllwdtIlOU141Il111 workedthousands
thousands of years curs before tho Christhin Chris Christian Christllln ¬
tian era It Is stated in Comptes Hen Hendus HlIIlIus Reutins
tins that those copper mines are theutmost the themost tilllIIost
most ancient of which history 11mukesmehtimi makes makesmention IIIlIkllImelltlou
mention According to authentic docuumehts docu documents docuIIIcllts ¬
ments they the wore worked from about aboutr IIbolltIiOOO aboutG000
r IiOOO > 000 years 111111 B C until about 1300 or
1 100 00 H C 01heir Their possession have hu u been beenthe bocntho beetsthe
the object of several wars but they theyhad tllI theyhumid
had been abandoned for 3000 years ollrs onaccohlhl on onaccount enIIIlOUllt
account of the poverty of tho ores It Itwas ItWIIS Itwas
was from these mines that was ob obtained alltlllllcl ohtahuvl ¬
tained a scepter of IepI I a King I llIg of ofthe attho ofthe
the Sixth Dynasty Dullst This scepter made madeof mndeuf nudeof
of pure copper Is preserved In theliritislh the theHiIt thl1I1IUsh
1I1IUsh HiIt lull Museum The adits still exist existas
as well as the ruins of the furnaces furnacesthe fmIIUClHthe fumiummicostime
the crucibles the huts of the miners minersand 11I111111IIml mmuimmtrsnod
and some fragments of their tools In Ihsemis Insome lusOllie
some of tho specimens obtained there thereoccur thl1oOCC11 theseoccur
occur three ores IIrl8tlllI1018e turquoise copper copperhydroslllcatc cOllllerh copperhydroshilcate
hydroslllcatc h llroslllcl1to and sandstones Impreg Impregnated inmpregnntrd IIIIIHegIIlItllI ¬
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have been found sings Hla 1I and cinders cindersbut ehilierbllt chmmulorsbut
but there Is no evidence of the use of offluxes IJtJlllxes offaxes
fluxes Some of the fragments of tools toolscontain toolscOlilul1l toolscohtnin
contain arsenic which was used by bythe bl blthe bythe
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A Wild Wild Gold Story StoryNorman StoryNormun StoryNetlmnn
Norman MacAuley lIIuc II Ie returned from fromthe Crollltho flom11the
the Klondike l recently Ilceutl and was exhib exhibiting exhlbItlllg exldbiting ¬
iting to his friends n large golden nug nugget nllMget nugget ¬
get valued nt GM5 which was taken tokenfroth takenfrom tlllwlICIOI11
from the rich 11 lI I property he owns on onGay onGur onlay
Gay Oulch Mr 11 MacAuley llIcAllle tells tell of the theriches tilerIches timeriches
riches of Claim 10 on the Sulphurhlch Sulphur Sulphurwhich SlIllIh11which
which + hlch Is known to be the richest min mining mlnIng nilnlug ¬
ing claim In the world The owner ownerwhose OWiWI OWiWIwl1oso ownerwluuso
whose name Mr Ir MacAuley llIeAule could not notrecall notrucnll notrecall
recall Is a German and he will before beforelong beforolOll beforelong
long lOll be the richest of all the rich richKlondike richIlolldllw richIilondike
Klondike mining kings kingsThe kln kingsrime lI lIjllC
The rime claim Is now producing at tile thorate tileratu timerate
rate of 30000 each day do or If the themine themluc timemtiie
mine was worked 300 days dl1 s a year yearIOS00000
10800000 lu gold oh1 every year The Theclaim T11eclnllll Theclnlai
claim Is a wonderfully WOUdllCull rich one It hnsu has
u pay 11I streak 15 feet thick which ox oxtends e3telldll oxtotals
tends the full width + of the creek or orover orour orover
over 100 feet The average per bucket bucketruns bllclwtrllllS bucketrubs
runs ns high as 0 a day Ihl and the over overage ecrago everage ¬
age output of the mine Is 0000 buck buckets bucketll bucketa ¬
eta every ter day dayThe dll dlljl1e daylime
The output for this year enr Is figured figuredby figuredby
by 11 many says Mr I1 MacAuley IncAule nt 30 30OOOOOOChleago 30OOOOOOChlcligo 30000000CLlcngo
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when It rains for lu fact it consists consistsof
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the they arc called In India there are cer certain ceretllin cerniu ¬
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and nd for invalids The extra Paloger palo paleiger paloInger
Inger iger bottled by tho Arlington Dot Doting 130ttUng Botting
tUng ing Co at 27th and an K J streets N Nf NW Nr1
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CONTENTS CONTENTSPort CONTENTSPort CONTENTSPart
Port IDlseascs I Diseases of HorsesPart Horses HorsesPart HorsesPart
Part II I IDlseasos Diseases of Cattle CattlePart CattlePart CattlePart
Part 111Diseases I t I Dlseaso8 of Sheep ShcepkPart SheepPart SheepPart
Part IV IVDlsoasoB Diseases of Hogs HogsPart HogsPart HodsPart
Part V VDlscoso3 Diseases of Dogs DogsPart DogsPart DogsPart
Part VI VIDlsO VIDisonsos Diseases SGS of Poultry PoultrySnmo PoultrySamo PoultrySamo
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FRED ROESSLER ROESSLERAnnounces
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The Hcst llrnmls at Popular Prices PricesFREE ilrleesFREE PricesFREE
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suuuner To get you hetteracquainted betteracquainted better betteracquainted
acquainted with our stoclof stockof stock stockof
of Gas Stoves and Hnngesand flangesand Ranges Rangesand
and to get you ou to use gas as liSa asa asa
a fuel we will send a matup manup man manup
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logues etc and a few snmplo saupie sam sample ¬
plo stoves and ranges forinspectionIf forinspectionif for forinspection
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