it whirling. I'm wondering now
whether I'll ever sleep again!"
Doctors are wondering also. What
is this strange germ of sleeplessness?
They have made X-ray examinations
of its victim. They have given him
every variety of ""treatment, with
baths and opiate drugs, in three dif
ferent sanitariums. They have tried
hypnotism. But all in vain! They
have found neither explanation nor
Meanwhile Youhouse continues to
work and suffer.
"For an hour's nap," he says, "I'd
give all I possess. If I could only be
come a baby I'd do it gladly just to
learn the peaceful, dreamless sleep
that a baby enjoys!"
WHAT SAVANTS SAY ABOUT
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somnia ever continues for a month.
Sleep, after 30 centuries of study
and 30 thousand of experience, is still
a mystery. We know all about it, but
nothing of it. Dr. Woods Hutchin
son. A man can go 40 days without food
and seven days, without food or drink.
He can live only seven days without
sleep. A. W. Cutting, nerve special
ist. There are three theories of sleep
the chemical, the circulatory and the
histological, but no single theory is
adequate for a complete explanation
of sleep. International Encyclopedia.
HANS SCHMIDT FOUND GUILTY
New York, Jan. 6. Hans Schmidt,
priest-slayer of Anna Auniueller, was
found- guilty of murder in the first
degree by a jury after deliberating
for more than three hours.
Hans Schmidt confessed, killing
Anna Aumueller, a servant girl he
had married, performing the cere
mony himself. Her torso was found
floating in the East river. It is claimed
that he had cut the throat' of the girl
and then dismembered' her while she
was still alive.
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