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By GEORGE FITCH
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supply only an absolutely
pure, healthy milk, and
with this end in view we
are proceeding on the
theory that It la Impos
sible to be too careful in
the feeding and care of
our herd and in the
handling and treatment of
Our cowa are periodically
Inspected by the Territo
rial Veterinarian, and per
fect cleanlnees is main
tained in every depart
ment. On receipt of the milk at
our depot, and before its
distribution to our cus
tomers, It is treated by a
scientific electric purify
ing process. .
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Memorial day is the first sptlng holi
day of the 5-ear and i:U owctl with
joyous shouts by millions of Awrioaa
citizens because of the splendid op
portunity -which it offers for track
meets, double-header baseball games,
autfimobile races, motor boat regattas,
boxing matches, marathons, golf tour
naments and aeropiane meets.
This would indicate that Memoria!
day was invented for the purpose of
making It impossible for us to forget
our glorious outdoor spirits. This is
not true, however. It was originally
tet aside as a day for the nation to
remember, and honor the men who
thought eo much more of their coun
try than thy did of themselves that
they consented to die for it for $1?. a
month, with a possible pension for
their widows md orphans if thre
should be any money left in the Unit
ed States treasury after the Congress
men got through building political
The real official sporting event on
Memorial day, therefore, is the one
In which a large number of men aver
aging 70 years of age try to see how
many blocks they can march behind
the fife and drum before they drop
out to rest It still draws a large
audience to the disgust of the sturdy
young Marathon runner who .could
bat the whole bunch in relays.
Thousands of people go to the ceme
teries on Memorial day and strew
flowers on' the graves of the soldier
dead. Among these people, however,
we seldom find the horrified watch
dogs of the treasury who live to add
ur the pension totds with shrieks of
woe and to figure out how many bat
tleships, public buildings and special
commissions could be secured if the
.old soldiers and their families could
be mercifully removed to a better
, land. . Nothing makes one of these
: scholastic gentlemen eo mai as to see
an old soldier tottering down the
street in a Memorial day parade in
the full enjoyment of a $12 a month
pension when all he ever dis to earn it
was to sleep out of doors for a tew
years and get shot at not to exceed
one day in five.
Memorial day, however, is a good
day on which to remember that most
of these indignant patriots or their
fathers stayed at home during the war
and harassed the enemy chiefly by
making faces at it 500 miles in the
On Memorial day we thould also
remember that if 500,000 men loved
this country well enough to cast a
vote or two each year entirely free
MOTOR OCEAN LINEB .
DIMS FIRST VOYAGE
The voyage of the motor ship Se
landia has been followed with much
interest in England. It is the first
passenger and cargo vessel which has
made so long a journey entirely inde
pendent of, the use of steam power.
The voyage just ; completed covered
The London press recently contain
ed the following comment:-, "
-In spite of the fact that the vessel
embodies many new principles and
was strange to its engineers, only one
slight adjustment of; the exhaust
valves, Involving fifteen minutes' rest
for the engines, was found necessary
during the entire trip. In all matters
of fuel consumption ease of maneu
ver, and general behavior 1 the vessel
far exceeded - expectations. - Very few
alterations in design are suggested by
the : experiences .of the engineers vpn
the maiden trip, and these relate chief
ly to the 1 heat radiated from the ex
haust, which affected the temperature
of the engine room. The trouble has
been corrected on the Selandia by the
installation of supplementary fans
and ventilators, and will be avoided
In future boats by the natural cooling
fof the exhaust chambers above decks.
"The fuel consumption fell consid
erably below that estimated by - the
builders. On the home voyage the Se
landia averaged ten nautical miles an
hour on a consumption a 8.5 tons, of
oil a day, and the fcharge of Bornean
oil taken on board at Singapore is
confidently asserted to be sufficient
for the .round Journey. The owners
find that suitable oil can be purchas
ed at much more reasonable rates at
Singapore than in any European port
The opening up of all gears and bear
ings at Copenhagen on the completion
of the round Journey and the inspec
tion by Lloyd's representatives at that
port showed that everything was ;in
perfect : order, and that no Darts had
'suffered undue strain. - The tempera-
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at nd' time exceeded 40.6 degrees Cen
tigrade, although 53 degrees had been
previously established as a working
2 In the opinion of the chief engineer
' of the Selandia the motors are greatly
I superior to the' steam engine for ease
of control and working. "I see no
reason whatever," he remarked, "why
fori nfantc and' C hi I dre n.t
COXITT TEARS. AGO almost every mother thought her child must hart
paregoric or laudanum to make it sleep,'- These drugs will produce sleep,
and a few drops too many will produce the sleep from which there li
no waking. Many are the children who have been killed or whose health has
been ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from sellincr either Of the
narcotics named to children at all, or. to anybody, without labeling; them j
"poison." The definition of "narcotic" is: "A medicine which relieve pai
.and produces sleep, but tchich in poisonous doses products stupor, coma convul
sions and death.1 The taste and smell of medicines containing opium are dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc. You should not permit any medicine to be given to your children without
you or your physician know of what it is composed. Cautorla does hot con
The jJf SYa i guarantees genuine
signature of WuzSZ 'ttcJUlC Caatorla
Physicians Recommend Cast or i a
I hT frequently prescribed Cutoria for com
tooa. Ailment! of children with good result."
,W. A. Cbasdaix, M. D.,
Buffalo, N. T.
' Mls the father of thirteen children I certainly
know something about your great medicine and,
aide from my own family experience, I hare. In
my yean of practice, found Caatorla, a popular and
efficient remedy In almost every home.
Wx. JT. McCbajih, M. D.,
I find yoor Cast oris !s very h"" Cji
treatment of children's ailments. -: . :
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MI object to what are called patent nsdlclaw,
where maker alone knows what stoff Is pat la them,
bat I know the formula of yoor Caatorla and ftdrisf
its tue la proper cases. I judge It to be a rery sa
fai, as well as harmless family medicine, . ;
N. B. Siua, U D,
Children Cry f o r F letcher'o C a otor 1 a,
I n Use f o r O v e r 3 O Year s
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high-speed motor ships should be not
only possibl, but forthcoming in a
very short space of time."
So successful has the voyage of the
Selandia proved that the Danish East
Asiatic Co. has placed an order for
three other motor ships of greater
tonnage. It is reported that a sister
ship to the Selandia has recently been
sold to one of the - principal German
In this . connection it is interesting
to note that it is stated a royal com
mission of scientists and experts is to
be appointed in the United Kingdom
to consider the introduction of oil fuel
or of heavy-oil motors into therit
ish Navy. . The function of the com
mittee will be purely advisory. From
Consul General , John. L. .Griffiths,
London, Eng. ' f " ' '
BOASTS A SKINK
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug.. 9Dr.
Leonhard Stenger, Head Curator at
the -National Museum, is the happiest
man i$ America. He has a skink. It
came yesterday and Vas not brought
by the stork, but by Mr. Wood, a we!
known taxidermist, : who found it in
The skink is not a well, It is needless-
to say as his name .would .indi
cate. He does not belong to the , cat
family. His scientific name Is Leoseps
reynoldsi. The skinlr is like an elon
gated lizard. He has four legs which
he does , not use they having become
paralyzed from the lack of exercise.
Therefore Dr. Steneger claims that
trfe skink is a Stand-patter and not a
Progressive. He gets his food by ly
ing . in wait, with his sticky - tongue
extended, for something to come along.
He lives by waitihg' and hauling in."
; The skink's remote ancestors walk'
ed.. The present day specimen -walks
not nor does he' fly, but twims in the
Lsand; where : he lives. v J '
. The only resemblance of the akink;
t the ball moose is that he dlvej
The . moose Is f6nd of certain roots,
and to get them .he throws himself
headlong Into lakes. The skink "atves
in the sand for insects. : : r ":y:
From the standpoint of the . scien
tists, this skink is Interesting because
he resembles the skinks found' In Per
sia and the Mediterranean., making
the old world and the hew closer kin.
Gibbs -I notice you invariably5 keep
your seat in a crowded car. ; Dibbs
Certainly. That's only standing pp
for my rights. : .
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