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The Boston Transcript suggests suggeststhe suggestsUthe suggestsuthe
Uthe the soientiflo Icienti o study of forestry to tojoang toung topung
joang pung ung men who are rusliiug with withtuall withmall withmall
mall chance of o success into the al aljeady aleady a1ready
ready overcrowded professions This ThisV
V 1 a field into which any mentally mentallytell mentallyell mentallytell
tell ell equipped equippellyoung young man can enter enterwith enterltith enterwith
with almost the certainty certaint of o success successThe succeCisThe successhe
The he public generally are becoming becomingxeary becomingoor beco niag niagscary
scary oor of tree butchers butchersThe butohersTho butchersTho
Tho tendonoy tendono of tue present day la lamake tJmIke tdmake
make ocean steamships IIt amships larger and andlarger andlar sadlarder
larger lar er is emphasized by tho plans of oftho ofthe ofthe
the new vessel which is to bo built for foitho forthe forthe
the North German Lloyd line This Thiship Thiship Thisship
ship hip when completed ooml > lotod will be forty fortyeight fortyeigbt fortyeight
eight feet longer than the Oceanic Oceanicwhich Oceaniowhich Ocoanicwhich
which measures 70 701 i feet The Deutsoh Deutsohland Deutsobland Deutsolland
land the big ship of o the Hamburg HamburgAmerican HambllrgAmorican HamburgAmerican
American lino measures G85 feet feetTho feetThe feetThe
The new new steamer will also be the thefastest lhcfastest thefastest
fastest ship afloat beating the Kaiser KaiserWilhehu KaiserWilhehu KaiserWilhelm
Wilhehu dor Grosse whose nveragj nveragjdaily aeragaily a eraga eragadally
daily aily record is a 1 fraction over twentytwo twenty twentytwo tuentytwo
two knots The now ship wilt also alsohave alsobave alsohave
have 5000 mora horse power than tha thaDeutschland th thDeutschlanl1 thaDentachland
Deutschland It would seem that the theeize the8ize thesize
size of ocean steamships must soon soonreach soonreaob soonreach
reach its limit other otherwise wiso we zhall zhallhavo Ihallhavo rhallhave
havo to enlarge our harbors harborsA
A town in Wisconsin has recently recentlypassed recentlylJUaed recentlyItaSaed
passed an ordinance regulating the thospeed thespeed thespeed
speed of street oars within city limits limitsat limitsat limitsat
at not to exceed eight miles an hour houron hourou houron
on single track and ton miles an anhour auhour L1l L1lhour
hour on double track It was claimedby claimed claimedby claimedby
by the local police that the street streetrailway streoroilway streetrailway
railway company had been violating violatingtho violatingthe iolatingtho
tho ordinance and a test te8 was ar arranged arrangeel arranged ¬
ranged Two city officials quietly quietlytook quietlytook quietlytook
took their coats as S passengers on oncu a acar scar
car and a third official mounting a abicycle ablcyole abicycle
bicycle provided with a cyclometer cyclometerpedaled cyclometerpedaled cyclometerpedaled
pedaled alongside the two officials officialsinside o officialsinside lclals lclalsinside
inside the car noting as timekeepers timekeepersor
for or him The general speed of the thecar thocar thecar
car between stops was never less lessthan lessthn lessthan
than twelve miles an hour At soy soyoral several leveral ¬
eral places it reached twenty miles milesnn milesnn milesan
nn hour and in one instance it went wentns wentS wentno
ns S high as twentysix miles an hour hourWarrants hourWarrants hour1Varranta
Warrants were issued against all mo motormen motormen motormen
tormen running cars above speed and andthe andthe and andthe
the city trolley i ill now vying with the theold theold theold
old horse service in speed und the thedisgusted the11iagusted thedisgusted
disgusted citizens are talking of re rescinding reo reosoinding resoinding ¬
soinding their foolish limitations and andL andthus
thus pre praent lent L their i iinto town from from drifting driftinginto driftinginto I
into a back number numberIs
h
Is familiarity with wit the sight of convicts oon oonvicts oonvicts
victs engaged at hard labor in the theopen th thopen theopen
open air demoralizing If so how howPrisons howPrisons howPrisons
Prisons stand in full view of every everyone everyone everyone
one who chooses to go by bythem them Tho Thocriminal Thoerimlnal Thecriminal
criminal courts are open to all comers comersquite cOinersquite cornersquite
quite as much as a matter of justice justiceto
to the accused ns for any other consideration con consideration cond ¬
sideration d eration We cannot tKsguise lt sgulse from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the community the fact that tha law lawbreaking Inwbreaking lawbreaking
breaking and crime exist Is it any anymore anymore anymore
more demoralizing to couple with this thisfact thisfact thisfact
fact the remiuder remlu remiuderthat sr that offenses against againstgood agaiustgood againstgood
good order are ar a aril d must be punished punishedAnd punishel1And punishedAnd
And which is the more likely to i n 11flame nflame nflame
flame the morbid imaginations of ofyouth ofy ofyouth
youth y ih for instance the spectacle of ofhigh ofl1igb ofhigh
high prison walls concealing grue gruesome gruesome gruesome ¬
some mysteries behind them with an anoccasional anoCO1sional anoccasional
occasional glimpse of a striped suit suitas suitI suitas
as I it flits past a barred window or orthe orthe orthe
the plain spectacle of convicts at hard hardlabor hRrdlabor hardlabor
labor with no background of myster mysterious mysterious mystersous ¬
ious suggestion Indeed the fact is iswelt iswellltnown iswell
welt wellltnown known that in those parts of the thocountry theconnhy thecountry
country where convict roadmaking is ispracticed lSpracticed ispracticed
practiced public curiosity died out outwith outwith outwith
with the first fir t flush of novelty and andnobody andnobody andnobody
nobody now pauses to give tho gang a asecond asecond
second glance glanceTho glanceThe glanceThe
The distinction of being the first firstcity firstcity firstcity
city in the United States to under undertake undertake undertake ¬
take forestplanting on a large scale scaleand scaleand scaleand
and to establishing what is i called in inEurope inEurope inEurope
Europe a forest town belongs it ap appears liPpeau tippears ¬
pears to Brunswick Mo This mu municipality municlpality municipality ¬
nicipality owns a track of somu thou thousand thouand thousand ¬
sand and acres of what was at one time timepino timepino timepine
pino land but which has now for sev several several soyeral ¬
eral years been given over to the riotsDi riots riotsof riotsof
of forest fires fires and the growth of wild wildhuckleberries wildhuckleberrieQ vitti vittihuekleberIOf
huckleberries At a meeting of tho thoTown thorown thoTown
Town Council bold tho other day it itwas itwas itwas
was decided to appropriate a thousand thousanddollars thousand1I01lar thousanddollars
dollars for the improvement of this thistrack tbi tbihlIok thisIraok
track by the planting of white pine pineThe pinelhe pineThe
The best seed possible will be pur purchased purohllsed purchased ¬
chased and a uursoiy set up for rats raising ralsIng ratsIng ¬
ing young trees When these reach reachthe rellohtbe reachthe
the proper age they will if healthy healthybe
be transplanted in rows and set out outin outIn outIn
in the positions they will finally oo ooenpy occupy ccenpy
enpy after which they will need little littlefurther littlefurther littlefurther
further care save in the way of pro protection protectIon proteotion ¬
tection from fire As things are now uowthe nowtbe nowthe
the land is absolutely unproductive unproductivetud
and if the new scheme proves success successful successful successful ¬
ful it will be both ornamental and andprofitable andprofitable andprofitable
profitable In Europe at any rate ratesuch rateIUch ratesuch
such town forests for8stoe ajre aa common enough enoughand enouRhand enoughand
and usually furnish a considerable considerablecart considerableart considerable17art
cart art of the citys revenue
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PERILS PiiuLs OE THE MINES MINESib b TN S STHE
< ib ibTHE lit litTHE >
THE GREATEST DREAD OF THE THEANTHRACITE THEANTHRACITE THEANTHRACITE
ANTHRACITE ANTHRACITE COAL REGION REGIONDentil RECIONDeU REGIONDeadly
Dentil Deadly Nature or the CareIn CaYIIlnUerolc Cave IniforoloAt IniforoloAttempts Heroic At Attempt Attemlts ¬
tempt tempts to Helena Entombed ntotnbr Comrade ComradeSome Comraclellollle CotnradeaSome
Some Extraordinary instances at Kn Kndurance EndurauceVhJ Y Ydurancewhy
durauceVhJ durance Why Hope Endures l ndl1rea So Ion IonOOOUNTS LonOOOUNTS Ions Ions7T
7T OOOUNTS of the terrible or orplosion exploslon orploaron
plosion in a Utah coal mine minehavo minehae minehave
have brought to mind forci forcibly loreibly forcibly ¬
bly the precarious existence existencethat existencethat existencethat
that the miner leads beneath the theearth theearth theearth
earth But of o all the accidents which whichthreaten whlobthreaten whichthreaten
threaten the life of the anthracite anthracitecoalminer RnthrBOlleoOlllmlner anthracitecoalminer
coalminer none is more feared than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the deadly cavein It is far more moreliable moreliable moreliable
liable to cause death than explosions explosionsor
or floods runaway cars or falls down downtho downtho downthe
tho shaft Dozens and dozens of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men are crushed to death every year yearby yearby yearby
by it and the reports of the mine in inspectors inspectors inspectors ¬
spectors show that a large majority of oftho ofthe ofthe
the fatal accidents of the year are duo duoto duoto dueto
to it Witness tho great accident at atthe attbe atthe
the twin shaft Pittston Penn a few fewyears fewyears fewyears
years ago when fiftynine men wero weroshut werosbut wereshut
shut in or crushed to death deatbj and the thefall thefall thefall
fall at No 11 Plymouth Penn when whenthirteen whenthirteen whenthirteen
thirteen men were killed None of ofthese oftbese ofthose
these victims were ever found nor is isthere Isthere Isthere
there much probability of any trace of ofthem olthem ofthorn
them being discovered discoveredSuddenly discoveredSllddenly discoveredSuddenly
Suddenly and horribly fatal fatBlas as they theyare tbeylire theyare
are the caves give warning of their theirapproaoh theirapproaoh theirapproach
approaoh A short time ago tho thowriter thowriter thewriter
writer was in an affected gangway gangwayThere gangwayThnre gangwayThere
There was a constant and menacing menacingnoise menaolngnoise menacingnoise
noise which is almost indescrib indescribable indesoribable indescribable ¬
able It was like the distant mur murmur murmur murmur ¬
mur of a thunderstorm or the deep deeprnmblo deeprnmblo deeprumble
rnmblo of faraway breakers For Forhundreds Forhundreds Forhundreds
hundreds of feet above and around aroundhe aroundh6 aroundthe
the he rook and coal was working workingBUniBD rorkingDURIED workingnuniam
BUniBD ALIVE ALIVEBut ALIYETIll ALIVElint
But with all the warning warnin it gives givesthe Rivestbe givesthe
the cave too often proves the death deathbed dathellllnd deathbed ¬
bed ellllnd and grave of the miner who is isrash isra1lh Isrash
rash enough to try to save for his hiscompany hisoompanl hiscompany
company what nature is reclaiming as asher asher asher
her own So it was in the two great greataccidents greatMoeideuts greataccidents
accidents previously mentioned mention ell Val Valnable Valnable Vatnable
nable chambers of the trine threat threatened threatened threatoned ¬
ened to cave and thousands of tons tonsof tonsf tons3f
of > f coal would be lost At Pittston PittstonSuperintendent PittstonSuperintendent PittstonSuperintendent
Superintendent Langan started on a aSunday aSunday aSunday
Sunday night with sixtyfive men to toplace toplace toplace
place massive timbers tinder the af affected ftffectell affected ¬
fected roof hoping to avert the threat threatened threatenel threatened ¬
ened enel destruction So awful was the thenoise thenoise thenoise
noise and so near did death appear lip pear in inthose inthOS6 inthose
those trembling passages that seven sevenmen fIOven fIOvenmen aovenmen
men Superintendent Laugans son sonamong sonamorg sonamong
among them refused to work and andwent BUllwent suitwent
went back The Superintendent and andtho andthe andthe
the fiftyeight labored for au hour or orso orso orso
so then suddenly many tons of rock rockand rockand rockand
and coal fell and in an instant na nature naturo nature ¬
ture had constructed fcr them an im impenetrable impenetrable Impenetrable ¬
penetrable sepulchre Whether they theywero tbeywere theywere
were instantly crushed to death shut shutin shutiu shutin
in and suffocated or slowly starved starvedwill starvedwill starvedwill
will probably never be known knownPor knownFor knownFor
For weeks men as brave as the fif fiftynine fiftynine fiftyniue ¬
tynine labored at the work of rescue rescuea
a great but unavailing struggle struggleTorn struSJleTorn struggleTorn
Torn shaken and trembling from the thoshock theshoek theshock
shock of the first fall which dragged draggedupon draggedupon hllggel1upon
upon the other portions of the mine minelike minelike minelike
like massive chains drawn by a mon monster monoster monstor ¬
ster working after working collapsed collapsedhour collapsedhonr collapsedhour
hour after hour for some days bojpro bojproit bo bore boreit re reit
it all settled quietly and the dangers dangersof
of the rescuers were fully as great as asthose asthose asthosetheentombed
those thosetheentombed the entombed men menhad had confront confronted confronted confronted ¬
ed There was but one practicable way wayof wayof wayof
of setting at the victims and that was wasdown wasdown wasdown
down a long slope slol > e at the foot of which whichit
it was expected the unfortunates would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be found Four hondred feet was wasclear wasclear wasclear
clear space the remaining four hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred was blocked to within a few fewinches fewinches fewinches
inches of the roof by the fallen masses massesof massesof massesof
of rock It was through these four fourhundred Courhundred fourhundred
hundred feet that the rescuers had to toforce toforce toforce
force their way Volunteers were werenumerous werenumerous werenumerous
numerous the most able mining ex experts experts experts ¬
perts in the region directed the oper operations operatlons operations ¬
ations and the work went on day and audnight andnlRht andnight
night At first good progress was wasmade wasmade wasinado
made and then as they advanced advancedfoot advaneedfoot advancedfoot
foot by foot the danger and the diffi difficulties dlfficultles difficulties ¬
culties increased Some days they theywould theywould theywould
would gain twenty or thirty feet and andthen andthen andthen
then bo driven back some distance distanceonly distanceonly distanceonly
only to attack the living llvin mass again againwith n againwith ain ainwith
with magnificent mR nificeut courage and en endurance euduranoe endurance ¬
durance duranceyUTIIiB duranoerUTILE duranceyuvILE
yUTIIiB EFFOim AT ItlSCUE ItlSCUEIt n2SCUEIt n66CUEIt
It was in the midst of o this work workthat workthat workthat
that the writer saw them Some Someninety Someninety Someninety
ninety feet had been gained through throughthe thronghthe throughthe
the fall The whole slope somo nine ninefeet ninefeet ninefeet
feet in width had not been cleared clearedbut oloaredbut clearedbut
but a narrow passage four feet wide widehad wldohad widehad
had been driven through the centre of ofit ofit ofit
it This was propped and strength strengthened strengthened strengthened ¬
ened by gr great at timbers for there was wasconstant WIISconstant wasconstant
constant danger of the roof coming comingdown comingdown comingdown
down The gas was heavy and safety safetylamps safetylamps safetylamps
lamps had to be used BO the light was wasdim wasI wastitm
I dim and uncertain The moaning of oftho ofI ofthe
I the mine was still to be heard and andhad andhad andhad
had a most weird effect as if breasts breastsand breastsand breastsand
and gangways were weremourniug mourning for their theirvictims tholrdcUms theirvictims
victims The men worked in shifts shiftsof shUtsof shiftsof
of halfadozen each three hacking hackingand hackingand hackingand
and pocking at the face ace of the fall fallwith fnllwith fallwith
with their picks and three shoveling shovelingback shovelinghook shovelingback
back tho debris to others behind behindthem behindthem behindthem
them who passed it out in a line lineGreat lineOreat lineGreat
Great masses of rock had to be ahat shattered ahattered ahattared ¬
tered with drill and hammer for it itwas itwas itwas
was not safe to use powder and the theprogress theprogress theprogress
progress was distressingly slow As Assoon Assoon Assoon
soon as one shift became tired an another another another ¬
other took its place and the work workwent workwont workwent
went on Inspectors and foremen foremenEtood Coremendooll foremenstood
stood about directing the work and andkeeping andkeeping andkeeping
keeping a careful aye on the danger dangerous dGrigerons dangerous ¬
ous roof As the writer watched there therewas therowas therewas
was a cry of warning the men came cametumbling oametumbling cametumbling
tumbling bank from tho face aud a arush arnsh arush
rush was ramie m ie up the slope There Therewas Therewas rherewas
was a crash a roar we were blown blownoff blownoff blownolf
off our feet and dashed against the thosides thesides thesides
sides of the slope by a concussion concussionwhich coneusslonwhicb concussionwhich
which extinguished the lights An Aninvestigation Aninvestigation Aninvestigation
investigation revealed the fact that thattwenty thathrenty thattwenty
twenty feet gained by hard work dur during duroing durlug ¬
ing the last twentyfour hours had hadbeen hadbeen hadboon
been filled up again againWo againWa againlte
Wo must keep at it boys said saidone uidone saidone
one of the foremen cheerily and at it itthey iti itthey
i they wont wontHut wentI wontliut
I > Hut in the days ays that followed falls
cams frequently and the mon min < jd jdspalred do dospaired l > I Ispa
spalred spa ired They wero ready to gfvf grv Up
their seemingly hopeless task whan whanone wjtgnone hn hnone
one night they were cheered by rappings rap rappings I
pings The news was quickly sen sento sent senlto sentto
to the surface and womens oyee eyewero oyeewero oyeewero
wero dry dr with hope for the first time timesince timesinee timesince
since the dreadful tidings were wereheard woreheard ere ereheard
heard The T o rappings continued continued at atintervals atintervals atintervals
intervals and everybody was sure surasome suresome suresome
some of the entombed men wero alive aliveeverybody alinoverybody aliveeverybody
everybody except one boy of eigh eighteen elghteen eighteen ¬
teen who day and night was in the thoslope thesloPt theslops
slope slops with the workers The rap rappings lappings rapplugs
pings were heard on the iron pipes pipesthrough pipesthrough pipesthrough
through which water had been pumped pumpedfrom pumpedfrom pumpedfrom
from the bottom of the slope It was wasevident wasevident IoS IoSevident
evident that some of tho entombed entombedmen entombel1Men entombedmen
men had reached reach ell an open space thero theroand theroand thereand
and were hammering on the pipes to toencourage toencourage toencourage
encourage the workers Work went wentoa wenton
oa with renewed enthusiasm and andyoung an1young andyoung
young Langan the entombed super superintendents snperin superintendents ¬
intendents in ten dents son performed as heroic heroican
an act as is recorded in the history of ofmining ofmining ofmining
mining Between the top of the fall falland lalland felland
and the roof was as a space of oa a few fewinches lowinches fewinches
inches and with wonderful daring daringho daringhodragged he hedragged hedraBRed
dragged himself along over the fall fallAt fallAt fallAt
At any moment he might have been beencrushed beenorusbell beencrushed
crushed by the roof but he returned returnedHo roturnedHo returnedHe
Ho was gone three hours and in that thattime thllttime thattime
time crawled nearly throe hundred hundredfeet hundredCeet hundredfeet
feet and back His clothes were torn tornto tornto tornto
to shreds and his body was covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with blood from scores of cuts and andbruises audbruise8 andbruises
bruises He had found no opening openingand openinga11l11earned openingand
and a11l11earned learned nothing of the entombed entombedFor entombedFor entombedFor
For three days the rappings contin continued contlnued continzed ¬
ued and then one night in a dark darkand darkand darkand
and obscure corner of the slope one oneof o oneof e eof
of the foremen came upon a water boy boyhammering boyhammering boyhammering
hammering the pipes with a piece pleocof pleocofrock of ofrock ofrock
rock It was an awful discovery th thhope the thehopo thehope
hope that thn they theYMI1 had cheered the men menon menau menon
on for thr thru days was dispelled and anddespairreplaced unl111espaitlepJac anddespairreplaced
despairreplaced it The poor boy boywhen boywhen boywhen
when arraigned before the mine of officials of11oials offeints ¬
feints confessed that he had boon boonrapping boe boerapping beesrapping
rapping on the pipes during the thro throdays throe thrlWdays throedays
days and he said saidin in extenuation of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his act Ive got a father and two twobrothers tlo tlobrClL11Crs t v o obrothers
brothers in there and I was afraid afraidtho afraidthe frnld frnldtho
tho men would quit work so I rapped rappedto
to encourage them because I want wantttiom wanttbem wanttttem
ttiom to find my father and brothers brothersTho brother8The brothersThe
The work was kept up for months monthsbut montbsbnt monthsbut
but no trace of the entombed men menwas menvas menwas
was vas found and the attempt of rescue rescuewas rescuewas resouowas
was at last abandonedway abandoned abandonedWHV abanl1onedWilY
WilY HOPE ENDUHES EN1 > U ES SO Lola 1OXQThe LOSOThe LolaThe
The accident ace llent at Plymouth Penn Pennwas Pennwas Pennwas
was caused in alike a like manner AH may maywell lUaywell maywell
well be imagined the conflict between betweenhope betweenhope betweenhope
hope and rescue and fear of death in intho intho inthe
tho hearts of the victims friends is isterrible isterrible isterrible
terrible Hope died slowly at Pitts Pittston Fittston Pittston
ton and it is the same elsewhere elsewhereThis elsewhereThis elsewhereThis
This is due to the absolute uncertain uncertainty ¬
ty Some argue that the victims may maybe maybe maybe
be hemmed in an open chamber with witha
a plentiful supply of air and water waterand wateraud waterand
and quote the thewellknowneases wellknown cases where whereat wheroat whereat
at Sugar Notch a number of otmen men lived livedtwo livedtwo livedtwo
two weeks eating a 1 mule entombed entombedwith entombedwith entombedwith
with them and ml wore finally rescued rescuedwhere resctiellwhere rescuedwhere
where at Jeauesville Penn rescue rescuewas re rosettewas eue euewas
was effected after nineteen days in inwhich inwbicb inwhich
which the men had nothing to eat eatexcept eatexoept eatexcept
except the leather of their boots bootso bootsov bootsovingto OAV OAVingto v vingto
ingto their ignorancethe Houustain Houustaining tielinstaining lifesustain lifesustainlog
ing fishoil fish oil in their lamps was untouchedand un untouched untonchedanll ¬
touched tonchedanll and again of the two men menwho menwbo monwho
who at Nanticoke were rescued after aftersitting aftersitting aftersitting
sitting astride a log in flooded work workings workings worklogs ¬
ings for nine days with nothing to toeat toe toOther toeat
eat e
eatOther
Other accidents acc llents affect only the mine ininoand minoIInd mineand
and the miners Caves Cavesaffecttho affect the sur surface surface surface ¬
face and many property owners in inthis inthis buthis
this region have cause to regret tile thoday tiledllY theday
day when they bought land which was wasundermined wasunc1erminld wasundermined
undermined because it was cheap cheapRecently oheapRecently cheapRecently
Recently a large section of o street at atWyoming atWyoming atWyoming
Wyoming Penn went down with withseveral witl1several withseveral
several buildings and nn instances are nrenumerous arenumerous arenumerous
numerous of houses being swallowed swallowedup
up by the greedy earth of o cattle en ongulfed engulred engulfod
gulfed and suffocated People are arosometimes 111Ssometimes aresometimes
sometimes caught but not often for fortho fortbe forthe
the earth generally sinks slowly and andthere nndthere andthere
there is usually plenty of timo to es escape escape escape ¬
cape A peddler was driving d ivinf slowly slowlyalong slowl slowlalong slowlyalong
along the road leading to Plains PlainsPenn Plnln8Penn PlainsPenn
Penn when his horse suddenly sank sankdragging sankdragging sankdragging
dragging t thorront ho front wheels of the wagon wagonafter wagonalter wagonafter
after him When the driver river recovered recoveredfrom recovere recoveredfrom
from rom his surprise and terror the thewagon he hewagon hewagon I
wagon body was on the edge of a hole holethirty holethirty holethirty
thirty feet deep Some time later laternear laternear laternear
near the same place an old woman womanwas womlUlwas womanwas
was sitting slttlu near her doorstep shelling shellingpeas shellingpeas shellingpeas
peas Her husband coming over the thehill thobl1 thehill
hill bl1 saw her suddenly drop out ol olsight ofsight
sight ran up and found her busy busypicking busypicking busypicking
picking up her scattered peas forty fortyfeet fortyfeet fortyfeet
feet below the surface She was un uninjured uninjured tininjured ¬
injured and was quickly rescued reseu roscnedP roscnedPS dP dPS P PS
S Ridbdale in sore ew York Post PostNever PostNever PostNever
Never Admit Defeat DefeatNeve neroatNeve DeroatNever
Neve admit defeat or poverty povertythough poveltytbouRh povertythough
though you seem to be down and andhave andhave andhave
have not a cent Stoutly assert your yourdivine yourdivine yourdivine
divine right to be a man to hold your yourhead yourbeall yourhead
head up and look the world in the theface tboface theface
face step bravely to the front what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever opposes and the world will make makeway makoway makeway
way for you No one will insist on onyour onyour onyour
your rights while you yourself doubt doubtthat doubtthat doubtthat
that you possess l > osse88 the qualities requis requisite requlsfor roquisite ¬
ite for success Never allow yourself yourselfto
to bo a traitor to your own cause by byundermining byundermlulng byundermining
undermining your selfconfidence selfconfidenceThere selfconfidenceThere eelf confidence confidenceThere
There never was a time before beforewhen bolorewhon beforewhen
when persistent original orlglnalforoe force wat so somuch sOmuch somuch
much in demand as now The nambypamby nam nambypamby nambypamhy ¬
bypamby nerveless man has Uttlo Uttloshow lttleshow Ifttleshow
show in tho hustling world today In Intho Inthe Inthe
the twentieth century a man must musteither mustI musteither
I either push or be pushedEvery pushed pushedEvery push cd cdI
I Every Everyone ono admires the man who can canassert canassert laun9sert
assert his rights and has the power powerto poworto potverto
to demand and take them if denied deniedhim dgniodhim nled nledhim
him No one can respect tho man manwho manwho manwho
who slinks in the rear and apologizes apologizesfor al > ologlzos ologlzosfor
for being in the world Negative Negativevirtues I 1virtues Ivirtues
virtues are of no use in winning ones onesway onesway
way It is the positive l > osiUvo man the man manwith manwith manwith I
with original energy and push that j I Iforges
forges to tho front frontSnocess frontSnocessWorld frontSnccessWnrlde Success SuccessWorld
I
World Wnrlde Oldest City CityDamascus CityDamasous CityDamascus
Damascus is said to bo tho oldest oldestcity oldoscity oldestcity
city in the world dating back 1000 1000year 1000eart 1000years
year eart Its present population is
200000 a 1 tenth being Christians Christiansmosques
mosques are numerous there being beingmore beingmore beingmore J
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WOMEN IN INDUSTRYTheir INDUSTRY INDUSTRYTheir INDUSTRYrhelr
Their Opportunity In the Postage Stamp StampIluilneit StampDUllueli StampB
Iluilneit IluilneitWomen DUllueliWomen B nil hell hellWomen
Women appear as particularly particularlytdapted partloularlsdapted particularlyadapted
adapted to the identification and andclassification andlassifica andclassification
classification lassifica ion of postage stamps noD neoessary nooessary noDessary
essary in the stamp dealers business businessand businessAnd businessand
and are to be found in the employ of ofleading ofdealers ofleading
leading dealers They also some sometimes sometimell sometimes ¬
times do business aa philatelists on ontheir outhoir ontheir
their own account Girls are largely largelypreferred largelpreferred largelypreferred
preferred as clerks by dealers of ex experience experience experience ¬
perience as they are said to be more moretrustworthy moretrultwortby moretrustworthy
trustworthy than boys who will willsometimes willsometimes willsometimes
sometimes steal stamps when nothing nothingelse nothingelso nothingelse
else would tempt them Possibly Possibl Possiblthe
the collecting mania mani or instinct is isstronger isstronger isstronger
stronger with bOYD than with girls girlsFor girlsFor girlsFor
For most boys collect stamps as they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have the mumps or 0 the measles but butthe butthe butthe
the girl collector is more rare although al although although ¬
though not by bYllony any moans entirely un nnknown unknown unknown ¬
known knownThe knownThe knownThe
The girl who enters upon employ employment employment employmoot ¬
ment with a stamp dealer without ithout any I
knowledge of stamps is first instructed instructedby instructedby
by her employer in the identification identificationof
of the more common varieties but butwhen butwhen butwhen
when stamps are purchased by him in inbulk inbulk inbulk
bulk as is often the case the firstthing first firstthing firstthing
thing to be done is to sort them and andto amlto milto
to gather together all of those belong belonging belongIng belonging ¬
ing to the Argentine Republic Aus Austria Aust AusIris ¬
Iris t ia the Azores and the other A Acountries Acountries Acountries
countries Those of B countries aro aroplaced Aroplaced areplaced
placed by themselves themsel vcs and Lind sp on onthrough onthrollgh onthrough
through tho rest of the alphabet un until uotil unIII ¬
til this classification is finished With Withexperience Withexperience Withexperience
experience the girls knowledge of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course increases and from the iden identification identification identification ¬
tification of such stamps as those of ofBaden ofBaelen ofBaden
Baden Canada O nnda Cape of Good Hope Hopeand Hopeand Hopeand
and others upon which the namo of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country of issuance appears in inEnglish inEnglish inEnglish
English she passes at last f Jo o famili familiarity familiarity familiarity ¬
arity with and comprehension of suoh suohstamps suohstamps suobstamps
stamps ns S those of Afghanistan AU AUwur Al Alwur Attour
wur Bulgaria Cashmere 4 Cores CoreaRussia OoreaRussia CoresRussia
Russia Turkey and others printed in instrange instrllougo instrange
strange characters When once tho thocertain thocertain thecertain
certain knowledge of the stamps stampspoint stnmpspoint stampspoint
point of origin has become fixed in intho inthe inthe
the girls mind there then arises the theperplexing theperplexing theperplexing
perplexing questions of roulettes and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their variations perforates or imper imperforates imperforates imperforates
forates water marks grills inverts invertssurcharges iT1veltssuroharges invertssurcharges
surcharges errors essays trial or orexperimental orexperlmental orexperimental
experimental stamps measurements measurementsIn
In millimetres the perforation gauge gaugeand gaugeaud gaugeand
and a host of other items that are arodear aredear aredear
dear to the hearts of collectors collectorsTho colleetorsThe collectorsThe
The stamp business is well adapted adaptedfor adaptedfor adaptedfor
for women Thero Theroisalways is always a chance chanceof chanceof I Iof
of finding overlooked raro stamps in inpurchased inpurehased inpurchased
purchased collections or among old oldand oldand oldand
and castaway letters frequently frequentlyoffered frequentlyofferel1 frequentlyoffered
offered to dealers Several stamps stampsamong stampsamong stampsamong
among tho United Unitel1States States issues are areindividually areindividualll areindividually
individually worth a thousand dol dollars tIollars doltars ¬
lars while n II certain one of the British BritishGuiana BritishGuiana BritishGuiana
Guiana stamps of the face value of ofone ofone ofone
one cent has a catalogue price of S1 S1cwo 1 1DOO
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Novelties In Dress DressThe UresThe lrreeeThe
The high corselet o oC satin velvet or orpanne orpanne orpanne
panne promises to be a popular dress dressaccessory dressI dressIaccessory dressaccessory
accessory throughout the summer summerPanne summerPanne I IPanno
Panne is the favorite material and it itis itis 1 1is
is fastened with handsome buttons of ofpaste ofpaste 1 1paste
paste or of artnouveau artnouveanEmbroidered artnouveauEmbroidered artnouveauEmbroidered
Embroidered effects in silk in com combination cornbination ¬ I Iblnatlon
bination with openwork patterns are arosteadily aresteadily 1 1steal1i1y
steadily gaining in favor The ma material ml malentil ¬ I IteriallUost
lentil teriallUost most used is satin or crepe and audtho suitthe 1 1tho
tho open work is filled in with tulle tulleeither tulleeither tulleeither
either plain l > laln or figured and bordered borderedor
or surrounded with embroidered ef effect effect offeet ¬
fect All styles of embroidery are areseen areseen areseen
seen with a slight preference J > refere oe for forchenille Corchenille forchenille
chenille chenilleIt
It is no longer an open question as asto asto asto
to whos got ot the button Every Everysmartly Everysmartly Everysmartly
smartly gowned gowne woman can answer answertho answerthe I
the puzzle Satin buttons of small smallsize smallsize
I Isize
size covered with a spidery net work worknro workoro workaro
nro used in great quantities Some Somecostumes Somecostumes Somecostumes
costumes require ae many as six dozen dozento dozento dozento
to trim them according to the mode modePaste modePaste modePaste
Paste metal and enamel buttons are aroalso nrealso arealso
also used on many new costumes costumesDraped costumesDraped I IDraped
Draped berthes narrow Vonise enise lace laceyokes laceyokes laceyokes
yokes pieces at the tops of decollete decolletebodices decolletebodiees decolletobodices
bodices accordionpleated acoordion pleated fronts of ofdiaphanous ofdiaphRnousfabrics ofdiaphanous
diaphanous diaphRnousfabrics fabrics Greek draperies draperiesbrought draperiesbrought I Ibrought
brought from the right shoulder to the thowaist thewaist thewaist
waist and terminating in long scarf scarfends scarfends i iends
ends fichus of lace l 4ce or chiffon are all allin allin allin
in favor for evening dresses dressesA
A novelty is canvas veiling It is isusually isusually isusuallyplniu
usually usuallyplniu plain butane butonevariety variety is striped stripedwith strlpellwith stripedwith
with fine white cords half an inch inchapart inchIIpart Inchapart
apart apartComposer IIpartComposor apartComposer
Composer of the Door National Anthem AnthemThe AnthemThe lIth8m lIth8mThe
The national anthem of the Boers Boerswas Doerswas Boorswas
was written by an old lady who is at atpresent atpresent atpresent
present living a II peaceful obscure life lifoin lifein lifein
in Holland She is Miss Catherine CatherineFelocin CatherineFeleela CatherineFeloeia
Felocin Van Rees and was born inHolland in inHolland inHolland
Holland at Zutphen in 1831 1831JtShe JJ She is isan isan
tan an excellent musician and in her heryouth heryouth heryouth
youth she composed several operettas operettaswhich operettaswhich oporettaswhich
which wore performed by the Choral ChoralSociety ChoralSooiety ChoralSociety
Society Utrecht At one of theseperformances these theseperformances thesoperformances
performances she made the acquaint acquaintance acquRlntanee acquaintance ¬
ance of Mr Burgers a member of the theiiocioty theDoeIety thesociety
society who was vas at that time studying studyingtheology studyingthelogy studyingtheilogy
theology in the University of Utrecht UtrechtIn UtrechtIn UtrechtIn
In 1875 Burgers who in the meantime meantimehad meantimehad meantimohad
had been President of the South Afri African Alliun AfriSan ¬
can Republic went back to Europeand Europe Europeand Eu ope opeand I
and renewed the acquaintance of his hiaold hisold hisold I
old friend Miss Van Roes One day
ho bogged her to write a national nationalhymn nationalhymn nationalhymn
hymn for the Transvaal and within a afew afew afew
few hours she wrote both words and andmnsia anelmusiQ antimusic
music for what is now the Boers Boersnational DoersnBtlonal Boorsnational
national hymn The burghers were wereso
10 pleased with the composition that thattho thatthe thatthe
the Volksraad of Pretoria officially ac accepted accepteel accepted ¬
cepted the work and sent Miss Van VanRees VAnRees Vanflees
Rees a letter of thanks and congratu congratulations oongratulations congratutations ¬
lations The hymn is very popular popularamong popularamong popularamong
among the Boors and it is said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the British soldiers in South Africa Africahave Africahave Africahave
have heard it so often that many of ofthem ofthom ofthem
them now sing and whistle it ItOhl ItOhlcago itOhisago Chi Chicago ¬
cago TimesHerald TimesHeraldBummer TimesHeraldBuutlner TimesHeraldSummer
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Bummer HitU UstiPink I IFink 1 1Pink
Pink and blue hats with short chlf I I
foil capos to match are among the lat lntest latest tateat
est novelties They are re shown in iadifferent inlfferent indifferent
different shades of color of tulle tullechiffon tullochlOon tullechiffon
chiffon and even fancy straw and andare andare U11 U11are
are all on the picturesque order and andsuitable andsuitable andsuitable
suitable only for midsummer Many Manyof lrllnyof
of the hats are without trimming of offlowers orflowers offlowers
flowers or feathers leath rll while others othersagain othersagain othersagain
again are heavily trimmed with arti artificial artifieial artifoial ¬
ficial fruit fruita n late and very popular popularfashion IJopulalCashion popularfashion
fashion A pale green hat of this sort sortis sortis sortis
is in tho toque shape trimmed with withbunches withbunohes withbunches
bunches of purple l > ttrple and green grapes grapesnnd grapesRnd grapesand
and the cape designed to ba worn wornwith wornwith wornwith
with it is nn absurd affair in green greenchiffon greenchiffon reen reenohiffon
chiffon tied with purple ribbons ribbonsThese ribbonsfhese ribbonsrheso
These fashions are decidedly conspiouous con conspicuous conspiouous ¬
spiouous and bound to be short shortlived sborlived shortlived ¬
lived but as they are among the novel novelties novelties novelties ¬
ties of the season call for comment commentIn commentIn commentIn
In contrast to them are the hats made madeof madeof madeof
of light fancy straw and chiffon com combined combined cornbitted ¬
bined and three or four small buds budsWhile budsWhile budsWhile
While on tho subject of hats there theremust theremust theremust
must be included the poke bonnet of ofsmall ofsmall ofsmall
small size in fine straw that has white whiteribbon whiteribbon whiteribbon
ribbon around the crown and white whitoribbon whiteribbon whiteribbon
ribbon strings The brim inside in ido i ifaced ifa is ismood
faced fa ed with chiffon caught down own with withone withone withone
one small bunch of flowers fiowersHarpers fiowersHarpersBazar HarpersBazar Harpers HarpersBazar
Bazar
The size of the valet WalitIt Wahtn valetIt
It will be a relief to some girls with withathletic withathletic
athletic proclivities to know the extreme ex extreme extreme ¬
treme limit which they the may attain in inwaist inwaist inwaist
waist size without being considered consideredout considereelout consideredout
out of fashion It For there is a nfashion afashion afashion
fashion in waists as in everything everythingelse everythingelse everythingelse
else elseYears
Years ago before girls were allowed allowedto
to engage in openair opeu air recreations a ntiny atiny atiny
tiny slim waist was as considered correct correctand correotand correctand
and children at an early age began beganto
to wear corsets which were were laced lacedtightly lacedtightly lacedtightly
tightly tightlyA
A girl of seventeen or eighteen eighteenwould eighteenwould eighteenwould
would endure agonies agonies in order to re reduce rednce reduce ¬
duce her waist It is now considered consideredvery consideredTery consideredvery
very bourgeois to lace tightly ti htly and andthe anl1the andthe
the waist of n fullgrowu girl should shouldnot shoull1not shouldnot
not bo smaller than twentyfour twentyfourinches tTentyfouliuches twentyfourinches
inches The proper roJller measurement measurementfor
for the chest of r a girl whose waist i iof ia iaof i3of
of that size is thirtyeight inches inchesThus inchesTbus inchesThus
Thus it will be seen that the modern modernbeauty modernbeauty modernbeauty
beauty must be solid and nearly ap approaoh approaeh approaoh ¬
proaoh the proportions of the heroio heroioaRe heroioage heroicage
age ageTho The present age go is au athletic one onenud OUltand oneand
and as long as girls continue healthful healthfulexercises healthrulexereiseslawn healthfulexerciseslawn
exercises exereiseslawn lawn teunis rowing rowin rid riding ridin riding ¬
ing in bicycling fencing and vaulting vaultingbright vaultingbright vaultingbright
bright eyes good complexion and andfirm anllfirm andfirm
firm wellknit aud muscular figures figureswill figltreslllhe figureswill
will lllhe be found foundFor founltFop foundFor
For the Little Cont of Tweed TwpeilThe TweedThe lwleJThe
The jaunty little tweed anti frieze friezecoats fricrcoats friezecoats
coats worn by 1 > y the athletic woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who walks and nd drives a great deal dealin dealIn dealin
in the country at this season are con considered cons cotesitlered ¬
sidered s llered smartest when they have ro rovers rovers rovers ¬
vers faced with pique woven in faintly faintlycolored faintlycolorec1 faintlycolored
colored lines A coat of blue tweed tweedhas tweedhas twoodhas
has a simulated bolero bolercarried carried out in institchings institchings institehings
stitchings and held with old silver silverbuttons silverbuttons silverbuttons
buttons A short coat of scarlet scarletbeg scarletbeg scarletbeg
beg pardon par partionrhuntin ollbnntin huntin pink pinkbas has the therovers therevers therevers
revers faced with striped pique the theground theground theground
ground of which hich is creamy white the thestripes th thstripes tltostripes
stripes pale pink blue and amber amberWoman AU1bQrVolllon amberWorneoas
Worneoas Woman a all Surgeons SurgeonsThat Surgeonlhllt SurgeonsThat
That for women women surgeons surgeonsare
are the best and that th t nature ltasespecially has hasespecially ha haespeeialll
especially adapted them the m for the work workby workby workby
by bestowing be9towin bestowingon on them peculiar gifts giftsaud girtsand giftsand
and qualities quatihesis is the opinion of o Sir SirThomas SilOThomas SirThomas
Thomas Smith Their small hands handsdeftness haudsl1eCtness bandsdeftness
deftness and dextrous use nS of the thoneedle thl thlneedle thenoodle
needle and thread he says halO are nosmall no nosmall nosmall
small advantages now that surgery is isbecoming isbecoming isbecoming
becoming more constructive constructiveSleeves construetivenRETTYA constructiveR
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are trimmed with tucks or lace inser insertions insertions lasertin ¬
tions tionsOrgandies tionsOrganllies tin US USOrgandies
Organdies on which the design is ispainted ispRinted ispainted
painted on the under side are the thoprettiest thepletUest theprettiest
prettiest examples of pastel colorings coloringsBlack eolorlngsDlaok coloringsBlack
Black net well covered with appli applloatlons applications applioatlons ¬
oatlons of black taffeta makes a very verypretty verypretty verypretty
pretty short capo finished with frills frillsof frillsr frillsof
of r lace and chiffon This sort sor of If garwont gar garment galment ¬
ment is made in cream tints as welland well welland wetland
and also in gray and beige beigeFancy beigeFanoy beigeFancy
Fancy laco neckwear is receiving receivingsome reoeivingsome receivingsome
some new development every day A Along Along Along
long lace scarf to carry several times timesaround timesaround timesaround
around the neck aud tie in inR n large largebow largebow largebow
bow in front is one of the popular popularstylos popularstyles popularstyles
styles stylosLong stylesLong stylesLong
Long wraps of lace arc qr qrr the proper propersummer propersummer propersummer
summer covering for dress occasions occasionsThese occasionsThese occasionsThese
These are made long in the back and andsloping andsloplug andsloping
sloping up to the waist or a little be below below below ¬
low in front and there coming to together togother togother ¬
gother all the way to the throatEmbroidery throat throatEmbroidery throatEmbroidery
Embroidery in chiffon and other otherthin otherthin otherthin
thin materials is a great feature of the thonew tlUInew thenew
new trimmings Open embroidery
lace beads gold and silver thread and andsilk audsilk andsilk
silk are all employed and an variously variouslycombined variouslyoomblneel variouslycombined
combined in these pretty novelties noveltiesAn noveltiesAn noveltiesAn
An entirely new idea is I the use of ofvoluminous ofvoluminous ofvoluminous
voluminous scarfs of tulle carried carriedtwice cardedtwice carriedtwice
twice around tho neck aud tied in n
large bow at the back This undoubt undoubtedly nudoltMeelly nudoubtedly ¬
edly may be accepted as a precursor precursorof
of tho ribbon tied tie at the back so sopopular sopopular sopopular
popular a few years ago agoThe agoThe
The silky effect added to the great greatvariety greatvariety
variety of mulls batistes canvas fabrics fab fabrics fobrics ¬
rics zephyrs organdies and other ethersummer othersummer othersummer
summer fabrics renders them more morethan morethan morethan
than over desirable and attractive attractiveMany attractive11any attractiveMany
Many of tho cotton materials thus thustreated thustreated I Itrclltod
treated either in plain or fancy pat patterns patterns pattorus ¬
terns havo all tho lustrous and dainty daintyeffect daintyeffeet daintyeffect
effect of an India silk or r satin foulardSome foulard foulardSomo foulardSome
Some effective new waists that are arejust arejt1st arejust
just in aro of a heavy coarse linen linenthough linenthough linenthough
though in delicate shades and are aratrimmed arotrimmel1 aretrimmed
trimmed with heavy embroidered embroideroillinen embroideroillinenin linen linenin linenin I
in colors It is evidently Russian Russianpeasant Itusslanpeasant Russianpeasant
peasant work it is very similar at any anyrate anyute anyrate
rate is stylish and will be durable durableTho durableThe durableThe
The embroidery is in the form of in insertions Insertlons iasortiona ¬
sertions that are put iu lengthwise in inthe inthe inthe
the bodice around thesloeros the sleeves anti nd to tooatlina tooutlinQ tooutline I
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