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DR. JORDAN'S GREAT WORK
a c'o.mi'iii:iji:nmvi: unux . aitji:.
(.,!..(. I, of Three Mnmlvc Volume
nii'l Nil Y.,r ol dill J'Ii-hC
4'C4 Arc Out.
Stiuifoid University, Cnl., Oct.
15. Tho groat work on fishes
which lias occupied Dr. Jordan's
attention for soveral years, and is
the greatest work of its kind over
attempted, is just in print and Dr.
Jordan is in receipt of tho first
copies. Tho work is ontitled
"Fishes of North and Middle
America," and was prepared by
Dr. David Starr Jordan of Stan
ford University and Barton War
ren Evermann, Ph. D., ichthyolo
gist of the United States Fish
Commission. Tho work was pub
lished by the Smithsonian Insti
tution National Museum, and
consists of threo massivo volumes
tho first alone numbering 1240
pages of clo80 print descriptions
of the various fish forms found in
America from Panama north.
In brier form tho authors have
brought together in carefully
classified shape a description of
the fishliko vertebrates found in
all the waters of North America.
Tho dedication is, "To tho mem
ory of those ichthyologists of tho
past who have studied American
fishes in America, in token of 'the
only reward they asked a grato
fill remembrance of their work."'
Then follows a list of thnso men
from Georgo Marcgraf, 1010 1011,
to Marshall McDonald, 18SG 1805.
In the preface of tho work tho
authors have the following to suy:
In scopo tho work includes all
the species known to oxirft in
North America, Central America,
tho West Indies, tho Caribbean
Sea, the Galapagos Archipelago,
with tho ofishore banks and con
tinental slopos of both oceans in
cluded, as well as waters of tho
Gulf Stream. All marino species
known to occur north of tho equa
tor, and all fresh-water species
m Bobbles or Medals. 1
" Best sarsaparillas." When you think of It how contradic
tory that term is. For there can be only one best in any tiling one
best sarsaparilla, as there is one highest mountain, one longrst
river, one deepest oce.ui. And that best sarsaparilla is ? ....
There's the rubl You can measure mountain height and ocean
dsptii, but how test sarsaparilla ? You could if you i ere chemists.
But then do you need to test it? The World's Fair Committee
tested it, and thoroughly. They went behind the label on the
bottle. What did this sarsaparilla test result in ? Every make
of sarsaparilla shut out of the Fair, except Ayer's. So it wa-j
that Ayer's was the only sarsaparilla admitted to the World's
Fair. The committee found it the best. They had no room for
anything that was not the best. And as the best, Ayer's Sarsa
parilla received the medal and awards due its merits. Remember
the word "best" is a bubble any breath can blow; but there arc
pins to prick such bubbles. Those others arc blowing more
" best sarsaparilla " bubbles since the World's Fair pricked the
old ones. True, but Ayer's Sarsaparilla has the medal. The
pin that scratches the medal proves it gold. The pin that pricks
the bubble proves it wind. Wc point to medals, not bubbles,
when wc say: The best sarsaparilla is Ayer's.
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