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ing spiritual engagements only from
the wealthy, - . , 1 .
A pilgrimage to Llassa is an as
tounding stunt The pilgrim lies flat.
While thus prostrate be, makes a
mark on the ground with his hand.
He then Tises, takes three steps to
this mark and then prostrafes him
self again. This he does every Btep
of the way between bis Tiome and
Llassa, taking years Jp do the jour
ney. o o
SOME NEWS FROM AMERICAN
Canadian government's experi
ment with buffalo near Wainwright,
Alberta, is a great success. Started
in June, 1909, with 721 head in fenced-in
preserve of 110,000 acres. Herd
now numbers 1,500. Over 300 calves
4orn this year
United States government will feed
elk in Yellowstone park this -winter
and save the 40,000 herd from starv
ing. Utah will use shooting license
money to establish public hunting
preserves in Salt Lake, Davis and Box
Elder counties. The idea is to give
the poor man, as well as the rich
man, good game shooting.
Lieut. Whelen, U. S. A., has demon
strated in a test that the widespread
idea that jacketed bullets wear out a
barrel is a fallacy.
' A rifle, rested near the muzzle on
a hard substance, will shoot very
high. Rest it near the forearm and,
if possible, on a soft substance, such
as a glove or mitten.
The general belief that license is
needed to hunt in any of the 152 na
tional forests is wrong. License is
only needed for the establishment of
a .permanent camp, but the holder
gets no -exclusive right to hunt -or
fish. You cannot hunt in the national
"parks or game refuges.
Forest rangers, in a round-up in
the Gunnison national forest, killed
four bears, 50 coyotes and 21 wild
cats. This to protect antelope and
Charles. Dalton, a silver fox farm
er of Prince Edward Island, s,old be
tween 4i and 50 furs to the London
market last year, getting an average
of $1,350 per fur or over $50,000 for
one year's output. j
M. M. Garland, surveyor of the port
of Pittsburgh, claims there's a flock
of 300 of the supposedly extinct pas
senger pigeons in the woods near his
home atEdgewoodthis fall. 'Natural
ists -excited and .beggbihim to trap
some of them.
MEMBER- OF NEW INDUSTRIAL
PfoJ. John Rogers Commons.
Prof. Commons teacfies political
economy at the University of Wis
consin. He is the author of "Trade
Unionism and Labor Problems,'' "The
TJlstribution of Wealth" and many
other widely-read books. He -was
bom on a farm" in Dark county, Ohio,
51 years ago, and was graduated
from Oberlin University in 1888. Two
years later he was married to Miss
Ella B. Downey of Akrdn, O.
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Widows in Korea never remarry,
no matter how young they may be.
Even thoueh they had been married
only a-month they must not take a