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SUBURBAN ASSOCPJONS ASSOCPJONSList 1
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List of Jf Officers Tojptlitr With WithTime WithTime WthTiiw
Time and Place of fleeting fleetingIN
IN N THE ALTER OF OFTIIESE THESE ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSTHE
THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALL ALLTHE ALLTHE ALLTHE
THE PEOPLE OF THE SUBURBS SUBURBSCitizens SUBURBS01t128flS UBURBSCitlzens
Citizens Northwest Suburban SuburbanAssociation SuburbanAssociation SuburbanAssociation1
Association AssociationMeeting Association1MettIltCi
Meeting tire HeM the th Ilrrt Irlilay IrlilayJTcnlns I1rlllIrJnnlnlf Pridily3TenIng
JTcnlns In linch nth Month InthoTowu InthoTowutlnll In Iho Towu TowuUnll TowuHim
tlnll Him Tculclo Tculelown T 1 n C COFFICERS COFFICERS COFFIcERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPreRident OFFIcERSPrefdont
President CUarloa 0 Lancaster Lancaster1st LnonstorleL
1st 111 VicePresident Col Robt I IFleming IFlemin IFIrnh2g
Fleming Flemin 2nd VicePreeident Hon HonJob HonJabu Honj
j Job Jabu otiu a B Henderson 3rd ViceViesl ViceViesldent VlcePresldent VjceProsident
dent John Sharman 4th ViceProsl ViceProsldent VfcGPXOSLA
A dent Rev Joseph 0 Mallon5tk Manon 5th Vice VicePresident VicePruidont ico icoPraidont
President Rev J MoBrido Sterrett SterrettSecretary SterroUISeoretary SterroUScoretary
Secretary Dr J J W Ohappellj Trena Trenaetcr Tr nB nBcrer nserer
etcr Charles R Morgan Chairman ChairmanExecutive ChllirmnuExecutive ChairmanExecutivo
Executive Committee Louis P Shoe Shoetanker Shoecnaker Sioognakar
tanker cnakerJEirlotal gnakarZTota1
JEirlotal Tot l Membership about 150 150Srigiitwood 150arighfwood 150rihtood
Srigiitwood rihtood iInue Avenue Citizens CitizensAssociation Gitiz CitizensAssociation1 ns
Association Associationnifetlnc AssociationtMedlnl
nifetlnc are IIcliI the Second eron4 Fri Friday Irlar rI rIy ¬
day ar y ET IhLQI I B In Kncli ttct 3lanlh Iun1l In InItrllit InI1rlihtwoolllnll InI3rI1iIwoI
Itrllit I1rlihtwoolllnll I1rlihtwoolllnllOFgCERS I3rI1iIwoI va < < j Hull HullOFFICERS IlitHOFEtCERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFgCERSfrIFlic1ent OFEtCERSrlh6nt
President rlh6nt Louis i Shoemakor 1st 1stVice 1iVice
Vice President Wilton 7 Lambert Lambert2nd IJarnbert2nd
2nd VicePresident Edwsrd T Bates Bates3rd BatesSrd Bata3rd
3rd V uaPresident Claude F King Kingith KingHh Kingtth
ith Viuo IO President A i G Ouborni OuborniSeoitiHry O OsbornSetltiIry born bornSeLIthlt
SeoitiHry SeLIthlt John G Keene Assistant AssistantSecretary AtJllstanl8eCloIary AssistaulSecitary
Secretary Cuvier Green Treasure TreasureN TrvaureiN
N E Robinion RobinionteTTotal RobinonTotal IlobinionVTota1
teTTotal VTota1 Total Membership about 128 128lioriii 121iNorth 1Wtorth
lioriii Capital Capitaland and Eckington EckingtonCitizens EckingtonCitizens EckinglonCitizens
Citizens Association Associationcctln
> rceiIngu cctln rNIIJI nro Held the IouriU Mon 3Ioulny JhuIny MontUt
tUt < lny Evening E1enln In Bncli illouth III Ilic Ilicliurcli Ihohurch thoChurch
Church < liurcli of the United Hretlircn Urethrcncor Urethrcncornor Cor Cornor
nor North Cnjillol nnd au It iStrccln iStrcclnOFFICERS Irecl IreclOFFICERS 1rcctl 1rcctlOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPreaident OFFICERSPresident
President Irwin B Linton Vice VicePresident Yioefre ViooPresident
fre President ldent Washington Topham TophamTrfastirer Topham1rtRsurer TophamirRsnrcr
Trfastirer W W Porter Secretary
A 0 Tingley Executive Committee CommitteeThe OommitteoThe CommitteeThe
The officers arid Messrs Jay F Bun Buncroft Dilnewlt Thincroft
croft Theo T Moore and W J JXVtler Jllr JFt
XVtler XVtlerx Ft llr icrrTotaI
x TTotal TotallIembersbip Membership about 280 280Takoma 280Yakoma 2S0takoma
Takoma Park Citizens Asso Association Association Asoclation1 ¬
ciation ciationMoetlni ciationloetlnJ1 clation1MoetIng
Moetlni are Held the Last Friday FridayKTonlnp Frida Frida1611ln rrLdaV6flIfl
KTonlnp 1611ln V6flIfl In Each Month In the theTown therown Iii Iiirown
rown Hall falI Takoma Park I n > C COFFICERS cOFFICERS COFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPreBidont
President J B Kinnear Vice ViceIrcKdent Vioolr VicoVrsIent
IrcKdent lr lol1t J Vutico Secretary SecretaryBeaj SrerotnrrBenj SccrctaryBenj
Benj G ci Davis Treasurer ft I F FWilliams FWilliams FWilliams
Williams WilliamstSTot WilliamsTotal WilliamsTotal
tSTot Total Membership abont 100 100FOR 100FOR 100FOR
FOR SALE SALESorcral SALESoural SALESereral
Sorcral tracts of land near Briglitwood Briglitwoodand Brlghtnood04nd Brigbtwood4nd
and Tokoma also Building Lots on onBrighhrood onDrightwood onIlrightwood
Brighhrood Are and 14th Street road roadIotlii rOlldLoII roadLoiis
Iotlii LoII l P Shoemaker 920 F i Sh St N W WijPure Wii1Ti V VPure
ii1Ti lil1 lo1 i 1o rli ii lt WiI1 WiI1Pure
ijPure Pure Drugs DrugsDruggists AND ANDIDruggisfs I
Druggists Sundries SundriesS I
IDr S May be had In endless variety at atI atTIlE t
I THE 11 MOOEHX FrunMAor where wherethe wberethe wherethe
the greatest care Is alway oxor oxorj oxoretsod
3 j clsed In filling Prescription Prescriptiong Prescrlp PrescriptionStop lonl lonlSlop
g Stop to and Look Over Our Display of ofg ofI ofSurgca
g Surgical Goods and Appliances Ap ApHacestaU lIarc s sMall
I I Mail Driers Ol m Prnptlj icnpl1j d an a Correcllf filled filledSPFIPTIIPP filledRUPTURE iIlItdRUPTURE
xi SPFIPTIIPP RUPTURE ui 1 JIG Is Isaconslantdangel Isaconslantdangelunl8s a constant danger gg
unless hew bel < 11n In check
Qhya by a wel111tUn vellnttlnj5 TKliBS We adjust adjustIt
them 8c1enUQCally uCIenttacaly and refund money
It itnotat1erctoryAso not satlatACtory latl tactoy a91 Alto make mak a arfly spa
laity o ot Btastto Ooodi Ooodifinely Ooodrnly I
finely and Gentleman eutleman Attendant Attendantj Attendaiit1ELtJflE
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j Pharmacy Pharmacynh PharmacyIt PharmacyilhandFStreetsNW
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It F J DIEUDOHHE SON SONSucctuori SOHnCCCIJOfl SONsuccessors
successors nCCCIJOfl to 13 P Mtrtz Ihrt C4 c ciiffIWM
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walk ftl t d1Ib tt tJh fIewlote been beencompleted beencompleted beetcomplted
completed It is a great omloard omloardwalk cigMHitence cigMHitenceand c tuce tuceIUld
and brtnta brtn landlord BrldweBBBcloer BrldweBBBcloertoxich Brldwe BrIdweIcloSeitouch elMer elMertouch r
touch with hta friends tri friendsMr ndl 4 4Mr J I IMr
Mr WWkmham Wl kerSham is entitled ntltle < t W ii vote voteof voteot C Cof
of thanks h bsnk for Abolishing bolllhlD thefc the iMcaPI iMcaPIGreat r caps capsGreat pi piOr
Great Or at crowd t1owdl are arriving arriving1INLLTOWN diiffx diiffxTKXALLYTOWX
TKXALLYTOWX NKVS NKVSPostal NKWsPoebtl NIWSPoeti
Postal Station E at this piece p ct will willbe willbe I Ibe I
be discontinued next Monday There Thereutter Threafter 1hereafter
after we will b be served ed from on onot one of the th I
Washington substations substationsThose lubatatlQUsfhos iubatstlonrlLoe
Those fhos flue 11 new ew houses Just complet completed oompleted ¬
ed by Mr Heurlch are for rent by air Lr
Louis P Shoemaker cf 920 V J street I IN
N NW NW1r W WMr WMr j i
Mr Ernest I rnMt Lofflcr proprietor of the th I I
Irvlngton House hu ha sold hta pop rty Jt Jton
on the Urookvtlle plk pike and WfflJiesday VeIda elday P i I I
Mrs Mr Loftier and family movMtrare mov e for toagood foegood i igood
good Since being repairaftp replre IV IrV rV 1
Ington House Is one of the Inn road I
houses about bout Washington WuhlngtonBIUG fsjff j jof I
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Mr h loul1 p Shoemaker president prIdetitof
of the Brightwood CItizen Amocla AooIRtlon iiooIation 1 I
tlon announces that there Will be no nomeeting ncmeeting
meeting of the Aicoctatloa this month monthowlnl monthowing i iowing I
owing to tho heated term termTUXlno termTUXhIO I ITlXtlM
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Mr J J C Cftllau proprietor of the
Midway pn pu the river road near here
has atade several very datirable datirablechanges duU dssWnIlechanoa bla
r changes about the place to brlas brlli it np
I to dato ao that it wlU resemble tl > > l It Itowner Ita Itaownlr iLl iLlowner
owner
It ItlnIMACURA
IRIMACURA IRIMACURAIrimtiouro lnIMACURAPrhuliOUro JEIMACURAPriiuaoura
Irimtiouro not only xKUim but butrMXAXKXTfiY buiaaMAxarty
rMXAXKXTfiY lIJI ANIISTrY miDicAtM prickly heat heat1 AI ti tiONOK j jOVCR I IOXCR I
OVCR And cures nil iii skin diseases It i h j jan i ian I IOtt <
an DIXIDIATB and FEKUAXBNT allayer o oinllamstion 01 01infiamatlon olinflamatioti
inllamstion It Is a new and eoonomica eoonomicaremedy eolIomicaremedy oenoznicaremedy
remedy vrliloh afFects a permanent cure cureFor ourooor cureLorsalu
For Lorsalu oor sain by Evans 924 F St Slmms Slmmslltli Simms14th SImm14th
14th St anti au New NOI York Avcj vc c Ograni Ograni1Jth Ogran12th I I12th
12th and an Pennsylvania 1811118IlnI8 Ave and anddruggists bj
druggists generally generallyA
A IUtonlnjf Scnitor ScnitorSenator SCIItmSenator ScxitUrSenator
Senator Thomas Staples Martin of ofVirginia ofVlrllnla ofVirginia
Virginia has never nev r yet made a set setspeech setpeeoh I
speech in the senate though he has hasbeen hubeen hasbeen
been a member for six years ellI On the thestump thostump thestump
stump he is I an orator of front rank rankbut rankbut runkbut
but in the senate for some reason reasonlinown reasonlnown reasonhnown
linown only on I to himself he has elected electedto electedto
to enroll himself among those who wholisten wholisten wholisten 1
listen but do not alU
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and Painting PaintingFirstclass I
Firstclass work at bottom prices pricesIt
It will lli coat you nothing to got my myoetlmnto riynetimato
nstimato and aeo samples of my mywork mywork y
work 01k and papers Wall Papers 10 10per 10per
per cent above cost costRICliARD
RICHARD S RYNEX RYNEX5th YNI3X
5th and H Sts N E ERupperts Ii
Rupperts = Park ParkOtto
Otto G Ruppert Proprietor ProprietorBLADENSBURQ ProprietorBLADEN5
BLADENSBURQ BLADEN5 URG ROAD ROADPloamint ROADPlcasunt
Ploamint Drive from Om Washington WashingtonShort WasblngtlnHhort WashingtonShort
Short walk from Station StationCycln
Cycln COIA Track Picnic and Uaeb nae JaebaII JaebaIIlark all ll llPark I
Park und an other Outdoor Arnusemonti ArnusemontiIF Amu AmuiemncutsIFYOUR emcnte
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Spring is hoie IWI tile ii output is II incrfimliig and conlmntt for the I season mson msonshould a on II j
should l 11 > niiik without wi thou t delay Ida
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antee unt flfltr that tliwo thlltl who take grains ralm in the SLSIMEU SLIItviIII V DI 1tYiill Hl gut theIr regu leglllatIIIOJltullLt w wJar 1
Jar latIIIOJltullLt Bllowmuf luring tIm tllll WlNTKH JXl1H moniti g
Orniiw rnIu from lnm tho th Nat NitIotinI ldoIlRICapit1 tonal Capitol llrewory lire nckmttrleJgcd nckwlwle gld to be Ih ihe he g
bc bet Ct t iu tiio tit I city t1t I ooiitrvctiiir contct fllr th till entire output outputRUDOLPH I3ut1iutRUDOLPH I IRUDOLPH
RUDOLPH TH3ELE Silver Hill Md 1 1I
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MATURE > > AiURS GREATEST CIFt tr + Q lttAN lttANGINSENG MAN MANS 1
S GINSENG JOHN JOHNt111t JOHNIystIo SATO SATOthe
the Diytic Itean HntMf HntMfIen Hnt Hutur iIi
3Iy IystIo tlc Tntus JllI JllIlthI8 C
lthI8 lIeia OOIlC81tlon or aft aftLeg 11 iYiI iYiI1nl1
Leg 1nl1 ntl of the HUcovery at H HThe tcl IA IAJIHIIRlce
JIHIIRlce IIr the Millet VrOII Crop 1 1The
I II The ancient doctrlno > of ofhires plait plaitUiret p1a ln lnLUNI
I hires no longer oxortlses confiMji confiMjihiuqau conf eaflei PZvct PZvctIniDln I
hiuqau mlud mid notion tnit bUtnn bUtnnhesitatingly tf Jtm Jtmhhntlngly un
hesitatingly COUBIKIUH to Use tUeoblivion 0 nr nrobl1vlon C Coblivion
oblivion of time Dink Agealffl AgealfflthettadltioualsupeMtltloiiB Aea A of ofI r
thettadltioualsupeMtltloiiB the tJatdltlouahllper > ltltlonl of I Itoo It Ittoo
too obviously ridiculous to lift b bI til tiloven
oven by the credulously lghoip lab Igno of o otUOOern
modern times v 1 1But
But in China wo WC w find tltnt tl1 t t tkar far farCllmed
finned ginseng hll hiaeng eng root holds Stflfteiue 1b rnteiit l1e l1ei C
place n III tho most vnhinblo nlunbl jjjsj JJl iittue iittuetion luc IUcI
tlon of naturo After that jlyhat i1that i1thatI iIia t
more etui lUl be mild for 01 Its maiHqjunl luotloJnolI I
properties propertiesi
It Is ieally n largo vnrloty nrlot1ot of the thewelllmowlI titi
wellknown veII known mandrake ami nut ns gin In Is IsIlio IsUla I IIlia dl
Ilio Chlnpsu Cblu c word for innn tvo wohnel wohnelI Uiicc
the niAinlug of the term Bedlliise ntttuscot Betkuismot
ot Its rosomblnnco to tho huinflrifjorm hUI11JJIJDJII hUI11JJIJDJIIIt liumti riu
It is tho chief specific for nil disorders d1Utder d1Utderof a I
of lungs or 01 stomach It revives1 revIVo the thennaomlc liii
nimcmlc repels the cncronchtndUt t of ofold o C
old ngo euros asthma nets ns n8C Counter Otinte OtinteIrritant tll1tc I I
Irritant In a case of poison in short shortla sTllntI
Is tho mystic all heal In appear p1Oor p1Ooronel
nnco the root when dried Is of yellow ollow ollowcolor
color streaked with black volnsms elnsu1 If Ifoutllnell Ii C
outlined In Ink and when choweil chOwellyields I
yields a bittersweet Juice pleasant ploasantnud t
and clftin of taste So popular uncl su SIIprome
promo AUIUU Js a x Chinese iv v liith In Its IJTM 12ptr 12ptrthat owei i ithat I
that tho sum of three pounds ofgold ofgoldIs ot gold goldIs goltIs I
Is gladly exchanged for one pound of ofginseng otglneong ci f
ginseng ginsengAlthough glneongAlthough
Although really not Indigenous ns nsIt asIt oh S
It Is a native of Manchuria 1nchllrJa it forms formsa S
a great Sloat exception to the usually ab abhorred libhorred ¬
horred foreign Coleln thlntf thln It Is cultivated cultivatednurtured culthontelluurtured I
nurtured even guarded carefully from fromthe froUtthe I
the profane or 01 greedy Intruder IntruderTo
To the northeast of Pekln between betweenit I
it and the province of Lens Tong Tongstretches Tongstretches rongstretcbt
stretches > 9 a wild nnd almost inaccess inaccessible IURCCftSiII innecessIble ¬
ible hilly country COUll try of deep wild forests forestswhich rOlestswblch
which is staked by high palisados and andstrongly Qndstrougly nut i
strongly guarded by Chinese soldiers soldierswho sol111 l8 l8who I
who prevent Intrusion lhe Govern Government GovorllmOllt ¬
mont would make of Its growth a tJ tno tnonopoly UtOI
nopoly no poly nod many a Tartar risks life lifeand liteaud 11f t
and limb to cross the Rubicon and nmlstoal am I
stoal the treasure The Tartar lu his hisname hisnamo I
name of Orhotn considers it as the thechief tIlOchler
chief of plants plantsWhen plantsWbon
When Tnrtnry was surveyed by tin thoEmperor tboI tinEmperor u
Emperor Kninhe the th wellknown well known Tore PeleJartoux Pei
Jartoux was enjoined by h the Kmporor Kmpororto L
to watch for tho ginseng 11Ifell On this oc occasion occaslon ¬
casion n veritable army of Tartars I
10000 In number were employed I to togather tognthN U I
gather the valued yalUNlllnnt plant ami this thl > nnuy nnuyof arin rlll rlllof
of botanists was subdivided Into com C0111panics
panics of 100 men each under n chief oilletFor
For sis si months they crossed ami amirccrossed aUf1reolossed am I
rccrossed the country COUIlI1 till every avail available availablo
able root was gathered III and after a tN tNnllowlng
allowing two ounces apiece to each eachgatherer Cllchgnthctll I
gatherer the remainder 1llIu lndcl was bought boughtIn t
In by r equal weight In pure silver silverThe 111181Tho
The Chinese doctor In distinctive ellstlncthcCOltlll11 I
costume and wearing his peculiar spec spectacles spactl1clesoyes
tacles tl1clesoyes eyes and rims which are ajlke aH1omado aIkc I
made of clear tortoise shell shellmay may bo becalled 1
called Into consultation for light or orserious 01serlouR om
serious cases of Illness but his rem rcmedy lomed remedy
edy ed like the turpentine cure of the thoFlolldll I
Florida negro Is always and ever eyorginseng
ginseng ginsenglho
Tho man who In too ill II to be cured curedby I I Ihy
by ginseng 1II1 II1I Is called to the Celestial CelestialLand CllostlafIl1nd i
Land of lijs lij ancestors the man who whoIs I I IIs
Is cured Is not 110 t ready l ndy to join the dc dcparted d dvartcd I IIlnrtell
parted IlnrtellWith vartcdWith
With fnr more mystic than ot mate mntorial muterial
rial regard r nnl do we Hnd the Xclumbo or orsacred orsaclNI
sacred lotus bean enter Into the Chi Chineso Ohlneso
neso conception of an Ideal or 01 higher hlgh Imighemlife r rlItl i
life Kgypt I gYllt wherein It ruled ns the thegroat therout
great rout emblem of 01 sanctity and elalmcll clnhueUns
as its followers a devoted priesthood I
4000 years BRO now knows It not and andso 111111so am I II
so to India and China principally inny innywe IIln IIlnWe 11103we r
we go to see and learn of the sacred sacredlolUH tH1CICtllotn st1cret I
lolUH lotn
Above nil miercd plants It Is elmer chcrIshed
Ished I by Chinese and Japs alike the thol1owor I
flower f of flowers uiKnutamluatcd by b3 r
the t he muddy mll dy waters on which hldl It Hoiits 1I0alaI I
this t his IIenwha Len wlma ami Its it beauties are nrosuns areSUII are
sc suns I SUII s ung by the poetH Its virtues IIII1OI extolled extolledand extollclnull
and c si ud worshiped for aramllng uClolllIn to Chi Ohlna
na llaMO > e thoology It a a4 < uettnr and enters entur 1
i Into i nto the beverage of Immortality
No greater pleasure 11 Ull s 111 no higher form fOIJIIoC I
of I < enjoyment onJo mellt Is conceivable for mot mo motill
1 till t ti al man than to float upon the t Ito rlvpr
j in i n moonlight 11lI1hl amidst t the lotus bods It II
is i s n taste of the blessed life to COIUQ COIUQami COtH COtHnml route routeantI
antI Is II truly a purely IHIIII Ideal an well as at m
Intensely Intollsel I simple mode of enjoyment enjoymentwhen lnfo IIJO3fl1CiItts nJlIt nJlItwhllI
when Il ts iien compnrpd with oiu1 011 nolxy Iioer Iioergardens IIOOtgardells
gardens J and parish dl tllHIIllIY plny of colored coloredlights COIOVO ollcdlights
II lights I l and yet et wo regard tills ardent IIll1elltadmlrcl I
admirer I of the lotu lotus ever and always alwaysas nlwn ll llns
as l ie time heathen enthllI Chinee Ohhlelro To Fe him It Is JIityplcnl It
typical t tI of female lienuty and on I
ItB I ts leaves le IS thc inyHterlous god Pusza m
Is i s reverently roverentl sealed Nor 10 Is the lotus lotllswJlhollt
without Its associations for the Chris
flan I I lnim Its fruit Is divided ell I Into valves alosI I
and I In each rests n nut about the sliw sliwof sJveof I
of I a filbert with flavor till VOL more delicate
than thrit of the almond When hon jjroimi rountl I
It is often mixed with flour for broad
In ancient days those nuts weic III IIII
cased In I Iu balls of day 1111 and thrown out outupon oil t
upon upon the watery water bH tuaoni I1 om of tlio mighty f l
Nile a custom which commentator l i iaoonl
Boom I to think forms forjn the real explnna
tlon of o our popular text Cast ea t thy th
bread b C11 upon Hit waters vmierm for thou slmlt t I
find f It after many days daYIIWce l l11cc
Illce the grain of grains ralul lu all Hast < Jast JasterncoullhlclI
orn I erncoullhlclI u rn countries Is estimated elllhuntCIlln In China itina nfi 118 xii 9
tho t ime symbol of life 11 Co genoratlou nnd nll11nbullllllncc aiim 1 I 1 1abundance
abundance n In the spring at the great greni rent t I Ifire Iflue
fire J festival the priests of Tao carry cavr f t i imasketa
baskets 1 bnsl I < ot of rice and salt toward tho thol1rloull tin 3 m
various fla Ilomlpg tulpg braziers
and as they thoywall r r rwalk
walk in circles around each one tlioy thoycORt11I f p t tcoat tast
coat cORt11I c ast In alternate Immlfuls of salt and andrice mimic Iudtlco 1 I f
rice I r ice tho former to
purify the flame f1am B u 1 1nnll
nnd a nti thereby thore > y to produce produce an abundant ablludlnthalost t I
harvest of the latter latterTho latterThe f fTho
Tho Japanese have n very wonderful 1 tgelld
l goad of OCUIC tlie discovery dhJcoct of rice by a I IlUouse i I f fmouse
mouse m ouse which Is to a a limited clen
hncvod 1I11 I ii t1 also 81 10 O liy ly tht I Ii Cliinrso 11111 > In an ancleut anclllIt anlemit
cs cleut c lemit days the thclwlestR priests of 01 MUko 1110 Bon Bonzes HonZE Bonos <
zes ZE s os lived solely on roots and herbs herbsuntil hllhluntil lieminntIl
until u um ntIl one day a Bonze saw 1 < 1 W a little littlemouse lItllomouse Iltiltacuse
mouse m carrying to Its hole various variousgpalu tflliOil tflliOilpalnl n rllll1s rllll1sgall1l
gpalu g palnl Anxious to find out where hll tho thoUIOUM thomolUlO tinnoUlO
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lioldliiff h hl olding tho silken clew kw In his hand handhe handhe handie
he l ie followed the mouse 1l1ou e ou anti on to toa toa tC tCfatoff
a faroff land where rice grew abund abundantly IlbundRutty abundittly ¬
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own o wn laud Soon the crop he hI had sowed sowedsprung sowNl81rl1l11 I
s sprung sI up 11 the people learned to like likeIt likeIt liket I
li It I t and fllll mtd over since h1le the mouse has ha been beenone beenoue beerne
o one ne of the sacred animals of time Jap Japanese 1111 1111flUPIe ¬
n anese 11058 poor a sort of fetish to be lunig lunigup 1tiiii 1tiiiiilt
ti up l ilt In every house even worshiped worshipedunder worshipedmimder orshlllllIullel
n under m tho name of DiokokuSninn DiokokuSninnThe Dll1kokl1Snl11l1lho Dlnkoku Smimuu Smimuuime
1 The T Td ime throwing of rice at weddings ell1111 11 Is Isdistinctly IsdlMtllICtly it itistinctly
distinctly d < a borrowed custom from tho thoOrient thoOllcnt tlicOrient
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o of f ChlnoRO constellations Just ns our ourDipper OWlpperkmiown
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o or r Charles Wnlu WainIs Is recognized by tho thosimplest thoslrul11pst thmcimplest I
s simplest In the land otherwise Igno Ignorant Ilnorant ignaemit ¬
r rant emit of the vast ust science of astronomy astronomyso nstlouOIU nstlouOIUso
so does the Tlentsl Celestial mil millet millt mullet ¬
li let l et appeal to Chinese eyes amid hearts heartsand heartsmid I I11I1l1
n and mid Its appearance betokcim for them themthat tbomthnt
i that hat the palace of the King of Grain lalll Is Isoverhead Isoverheud lxverlicarl
o overhead When lt itt II live stars shine shineout IIhlllOOllt shIneut
o out ut clearly an aliuuilaut harvest will willsurely willsurply L Lurely
s surely urely follow lu wet Lt and gloomy gloomyweather gloomyOtthIOL lool11YweathOL
weather OtthIOL Its lI absence foretells famine famineand faminemiti
and a miti poverty povertySo 1I0Clt 1I0CltSo lCvOrtySo
So that there IK this union of senti sentiment sentilI1lIt sentincut ¬
ment u between the flowering bamboo bamboomil hlllnboonul bamnbocimtl
mil m imtl the nonnpponraucc nomm appearnimco of the Tien Tientxl Tlcimal 11011hl
txl t al and we may l11a yet hear that Its dim dimness dimIIIII dlnmess ¬
ness IIIII h ess l Is as significant sl lIltlcnl1t a token of tho thopresent thoIIIetlllt t tVCseimt
present I VCseimt unrest as was I1S the flowering floweringand 110werln 110werln11I111 Iloweriupiii
and mm iii death of the bamboos In recent recentConsular rceeutConsulal recruitonsular
Consular C reports 1llo1t8IIIJutlelphln Philadelphia Led Ledger Lcllgr Lou Louer ¬
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Ohlnoia < Jhlllel Jldiicnllon Iuol Luu1cD liackirnrd liackirnrdD
D X Sheffield In writing of The TheCivilization Th ThChlIIzfttlon Timoivilization
Civilization C of CJtliin In tho Forum Forumsays l Forumimnys orl1lll orl1lllsays
says s nys It Is said that when tlio first firstEmperor lht1l11pelOI fIrstimperor
Emperor 1 imperor of the Chin dynasty tl3II 1st twb twbceimirleB tw twceutll1leR twaenturies
ceimirleB c before Christ ChlllFtattelllltetl attempted to todestroy todeitro toestroy
destroy deitro d estroy the clti8Rlcil literature tho thoscholars tholh timeOIlmohilts
s scholars t lh llllH restored it Itflom from their tlll I1 memo memories ¬ i
ries i lit Certainly the scholars of tiny nuycity tinycity
city c ity In China could now rewrite the thelending I Iending
lending 1 llIn classics from memory U101l10r Not Notonly Xotonl Notmily
only onl ° mily are Confucian scholars saturated saturatedwith snt11111tecIwllh saturatedSILII
v with SILII these writings but the more morestriking moreshlIdllJ immototrihing
striking s sayings have passed down downInto 110wI1Into lOWflnto
Into i the common speech so that thoso thosowho thosowho thoseho
who w ho nro blind with their eyes e ls open openthe 011 openthme 1m 1mthe
t the uneducated ttlll ucntell lire constantly quot lJuotIn quotm ¬
ing In Im m thorn without thought o or their oil origin 011ill oilut ¬
gin g ill The common speech Is loaded loadedwith lOdidelith I I
w with w ith proverbs that reflect tlio thoughts thoughtsof
of o f the ancient nuclolltS Scholars competing competingfor
for f or honors must present In their es essays Cga esays ¬
says a J1 ays Js the traditional Interpretation of oftho oftho ofhe
tho t he doctrines of the sages 1C they theyshould theyshould tlmeyhould
should s hould presume to set forth mth views Iows of oftheir ortholr ofheIr
their t own not in harmony halmon with this In Interprotatloa IIIterll1otntlon inorlmrotuttiou
terprotatloa t they would bo stripped strippedby ItlllJI1U11bJ strippudy
by b y the public examiner of honors nl already nlrcudy nleady ¬
r ready conferred nnd would be exclud excluded c echmuhd cJlIll cJlIllcd ¬
Cl ed e d from competing for literary dis distinction IlStllleUoll tlisiiietlon ¬ I
tinction t Thus lhll the educational system systemof systemor systemf I
of ° f China has not served sOlycd to lend mono monominds 111lnfJmll1ls imwnciinds
B minds m mf inds Into new ime lines of thought or ollnto ollntorcsh Into Intofresh Intoresh
f fresh rcsh Holds of Investigation rather ratherhas ratherhas ratherne
has li l ne It served to 0 confine the thoughts of ofach i ieach Ieach
each e ach generation enoratlon of scholars within the timeutits j
limits li utits of ancient Instruction nnd to tostlllo tostille totub
stlllo s tub Independent Inllepell out thought and In Inquiry Illqllhj Inulry ¬
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The Myilury or Lord Lor Lovel LovelOne LovelOno LevelOne
One of tho remarkable disappear disappearances dlsapPlnrallces disappearhlcos
ances a hlcos recorded lecoldellln In English ngllsh history was wasthat wasthnt waslmnt
that t i lmnt of Lord Level in the battle of ofStoke 01Stoke offtoke
Stoke which took place 413 years ago agoThis Il agohis O OThIs
This T J his famous anions conflict was ruis the decisive decisiveono dcclsleono decisIveiii
ono ° in tho war of the roses and Is Issometimes IslIol11ollmell isometimes
sometimes s referred to as the lust great greatbattle grlntbnttl greatiitttt
battle b iitttt ou English soil Six 81 thousand thousandmen thollsnndl1Ien thmommsnndwere
men were left dead upon time Held Tho Thoforces jloforels flmoorces
f forces orces of the ho red rel11ose rose party were victo victorious victolomms Icto ¬
1 rious r lomms and their victory established the timeouse j
i house h ouse ol of Tudor upon the throne of ofKnglnnd ofiiglaimd
Knglnnd Hn I iiglaimd lulld After the battle nIl of the theleaders theIcnders timeenders
l leaders of tho white rose forces olces were werefound WIIOfOUlI1 wereotimid I
found fOUlI1 f otimid dead upon tho Held excepting exceptingLord cxceptlllIorl exeeptimmgord
Lord L ord Lovol who was never seen cell again againMany agmilimnny
Many 3 nny wore tin reasons given for time tliodisappearance timelsappemwmiimee > Idlsl1eIUll1Icc
1 disappearance el of this lender In the tlioYorkist theorkist I
Yorkist Y orkist party Plllt some assorting IIss01tlll that he hewas Iwwns lieas
v was w as drowned while trying to escape escapeacross cscuponcmss escaitocross
across a l cross the liver Trent limo weight of ofhis ofla
his li la armor keeping his body from rising risingto rlslll rlslllto rlsimmgo I
to t o the surface Another report had It Itthat Itthllt ithmimt
that t hmimt ho lied to the north there living livinga livinglcaMmimts I In
a peasants lIla ontR life to thc end of his days 11n daysii R i iIn i iIn
In I ii 170S however mi underground undergroundroom umuhergrouimtlsmis t1ullr rolllltl rolllltlroom
room was smis discovered 11Icoerlllm1l1ar undor the manor manorhouse mallorhOIlH monItori
house hOIlH ii ommse of the Level Iuycllstntl estate In this so socret SlCIct sorct i
c cret rct chamber was all found tho skeleton skeletonof IIlwletonot
of ° f a man seated at a table on which whichwero whichwere whichyoro
J were s books hool < R paper npcr pens JOIIS and so forth forthIn fortlmn 01tll
In I n another part of the room was a cap capmoldored cupuokherod
moldored nnd decayed Ilcco cd of ancient pat pattorn lInttorn patorn I
f torn orn This and other relics led tho de deBcendanls deacenl11lnls
Bcendanls s of Lord Lovol IovcUo to believe that thntthl3 thathitt I Ithey h
f they t hitt s had at last solved the tI tii mystery myscr of ofla j I
his li la disappearance disappearanceTlio dl disappearanceFigisling OllpPlllallcc OllpPlllallccFIJ1htlnJ
FIJ1htlnJ Senb Sen With DrllnlJII DrllnlJIITho DyiiltTime
Time seals OnIH and sea lions which Infest Infestthe Inr8ttho
t the he mouth of thc Columbia Itlvor have 1 1lenteel
c created such havoc among tile salmon salmonIlshcrlos
fisheries fi that n crusade with dynamite dynamites
li Is s soon to be begun hp lIn against them The Theanimals Tuenimmils he he1I111mlllll
n animals arc both shrewd and bold boldaud boldl1ul1 boldnd
o aud a nd It Is It said that a seal cal will polluo polleeset
n HOI ot net with great regularity and andtuko immitiuke I Itllko
t tuko a lute out of tho throat of every everysalmon orysnhnon everyxmimmmomm
s salmon It contains COli 1 1111 Frequently when svhemiflslmrmmmnn I In
a a fisherman Is taking bin net Into a aoat
boat b oat and IK about to gait n nah which whichs t tIII
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r rise istu and bite Its throat The lllI seal herd herdowregate I IconrolIte
c congregate on oh a certain saudsplt lu thc thcmonth timemouth
r month of the river and t t is proposed proposedhat I Ithat
that hat dynamite mines be sunk In tho thof timeaint
fiaud s aint lIll and connected with the mainland mainlandB I Iby
li by b y wires When the animals are 11ll1altoro aresimore
fl 0flhore the mines will bo exploded explodedSimilar explomlath3Inmiirmr I
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