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B TO BE WAOED AGAINST THE
H WHITE PLAGUE.
H ' PEOPLE TO BE EDUCATED.
Hj Tuberculosis Exhibition at tho Mu-
H nlclpnl Museum Free Lectures
B by Distinguished Spcclnllsts
H Literature Distllbutcd.
H II i, ,i C H t CAGO. There
H S'sfBsiil '"'s 'l0cn '" ,,rK"
H '"rz: -BB"" ruHS "' "lu M"n'"
r U c I p i 1 in it h u ii in
H (OlLT; since early In
jLfi f I" Y A,,r" "" ox,llbl'
"ll'J ' ll ' t,("1 ",ul course d!
- I C lectures drawing
Jjjrjl 1'' "'""y visitors, tho
r, "- Chicago Tubercu-
M j M loils Inhibition.
H 1 ' ' ljJ Kuw, Indeed, uru
they who have no near of kin surfer-
H lug from this dread disease, anil mi ob-
1 server at the cxlilbltliiu rooms stoma
to read In tho linos of tho many vis-
H I torn it keen pcisomil intciest, so dlf-
H furcnt front a casual hccl.lng altor In-
H With the imitation on tho sulijeet
that Iiiih been rarrled on the last row
years, all or us urn morn or loss lu-
H formed of tliu havoc caused by tuher-
H culosls, tho necessity Tor precautions,
tho new sano outdoor treatment. Hut
H better icnllzatlou of tho gravity of tho
H situation comes when one listens to
H tho stories told by tho physicians and
tho vltsL.ng nurse, glances at Htntls-
H tics such ns theso: In Chicago the to-
till manlier or deaths from tho nlnu
H . diseases most dreaded by tho pulillc
(typhoid fever, diphtheria, etc.) for the
year 11105 was l.SCI; from tuhcrctilosts
alone, :i,G7l. One begins to hellcvo in
tho necessity tor a united effort, ami
H that, as no mo one says, tho disease
constitutes much more a social than a
H medical problem.
Whoreforo this campaign or ciluen-
H tlon, to have tho pooiilo Instructed In
H tho vital matter of proventlou as well
as In tho latest sclcntlllc means of
treatment of tho disease, to lesson tho
dreadful mcancc to pulillc safety. As
H It Is among tho poor, surrounded by
unsanitary conditions, Illy nourished
by Improper food, that tho worst rav-
ages occur, It stands to reason that
among thorn tho crusado must ho
wagod If deslrcd-for results aro to bo
H Chicago Tuberculosis Institute.
fl I n. 1 'I H oducntlonal
H r W campaign iuaugii-
I $r Frl rntcd soma tlmo
H K'c fW "R by a commit-
M T'Js1 leo of lll Vl8ltI"B
I - "Jtrt Nurses' association
H yCv7Tv linB uro"Kllt for-
H F WrVrSV wan' lno necessity
B "-TTfl -flSili Jv or a broadening
fl ll"v tno wor'f 'or "
H )LyyV I great light against
M I itATLl ,il0 diMeasu lu Chl-
H cago, and has led to the organization
H of tho Chicago Tuberculosis Institute.
H Tho lustltuto plans to establish at
J 1, A model frco dispensary for tuber-
H culous patients, In sonio crowded dls-
H trlct, Intended not only for tho spo-
H clallstlc treatment of tho patients, but
H for tho hygienic and sanitary super-
H vision of tholr homos. It will becomo
H u center for physical neighborhood lm-
H provcuicnt, Just as tho collego sottlo-
H ment works for moral ami mental bct-
H 2. An open-air day camp or sauntor-
H Iiim, whoro patients or predisposed
H childron can bo sent, away from their
H unhealthy surroundings.
H 3. An Information bureau, whoro pen-
H plo can get, at any tlmo, frco advice
H nnd information on tho subJectR of til-
H berculosls, its proventlou and euro.
H open-air appliances, health rosorts,
H sanatoria, etc. A lecture-bureau will
H provldo lecturers ami Illustrations of
H tho subject In various parts or tho city.
H 4. An experimental station (or tho
H production, testing and Investigation
H or certain protective and curatlvo prep-
H nratloiis, with a view to bringing
H about artificial immunization against
H For tho freo dispensary a structure
M of two stories Is coutomplatcd, with u
H roor garden enclosed by glass, a Helen-
H tlfic laundry In tho basement, and a
H dlot kitchen from which will bo glvon
H away fresh milk and eggs, theso do-
M ! partinents In addition to tho pharmacy
B nnd dispensary. In a roof garden
H school children chnrges may play and
H I woih, a kindergarten with plenty of
H fresh air In addition to tno usual at-
H When u patient presents hlmselt nt
M l tho lustltuto not only will his condition
H bo noted, but also a study in a do of nls
B environment; a visitor will call from
H tlmo to tlmo, tho place bo disinfected,
H -. and, if tho occasion domnnds, tho fnm-
H lly assisted to mako a movo to nnothci
H Tuberculosis and the Poor.
H l-wirrr A 13 hlV0 1o"k ,nke11
H A-SinIm fomr'' thut Chl-
H J ( yv;w . cag) wns not "h
H , ii W vtV ol"or cUle!i ari
H Ak " " ,h,u tllls '''k tJW
H n tf (,l8Rrnce(1 uv tl
H -II I , m--"TiT Hl11111 conditions
1 ' IT existent olsewhoro.
m I a r V. Hut wo aro In-
H "W I (s; rnrmed that not
I j.( 1 SVK 3 much lonsor mi-
H iabs we sot to worlc to provont It
H shall we bo nblo to keep this boast.
H Tho city Is growing at u trnniondous
H , rato, all tho tlmo thero arc pouring lu
H hordes or immigrants v.'llllng to live
H amid most unsanitary coudltloas, to
herd cattlo-IIkc. Every now and then
stories crop up ol unsavory conditions,
details aro presented of lodging hotipo
coudltlons out where tho steel workers
toll and sleep from toll, or or condi
tions In whnt Is known ns tho lodging
house districts or tho First ward.
Conditions favoring tuberculosis are
dark anil Ill-ventilated apartments,
flirt and overcrowding. Tho other at-tornoon-at
tho museum wo were shown
strrcoptlcon pictures of teneincn
house life, nnd listened to word pic
Hires by Miss Harriet Fulnicr, at the
head of the Visiting Nurses' associa
tion, that made us loho our comforta
bio complacency nbi lit tho plenty oi
room, the absence or plums in Chica
go. Ileio was a kitchen with nn nil
Joining dark bedroom renting at fit) u
month, mid occupied by a man and
wife and eight chlldiun. The woman
hail licnu 111 with consumption for sov
oral years, barely dragged out an ex
istenco; so many persons crowded in
such n manner could mako lltt o crfnri
at decency or protection from tho d s
case to which tho mother had fa I oi
victim. Tho vMtltiK nuiscs could ih
little save occasionally disinfect tli
place, ami Miss Fiiliner told us It wai
almost linpoaslblo to Mini another liomt
ut the price they were nblo to pay.
Tuberculosis Is the characteristic
dlsearo of tenement workers. If w.
mo not moved by altruistic motUcs tc
aid lu work for reform, wo fIiouIiI ru
member that though the dlseaso stait
in tho tenements It does uot stoi
there; It may bo brought lu the In
fectcd ready-made garment you pur
rhased tor personal use. Truly, tin
problem Is a social one.
Ways of Educating.
HKLT tho rooms where
- yWgtm lll exhibition It
yJi i 'lt,1(' (ino ot lhe
VVm. tract attention are
w 'fVV "10 wor'la of on"
j2-p couragoment ami
fc u5?2fcj ' warning thai
jfoLJft&txGi Bt,,n(' 0,lt '" ')0,l
'flpS&J' letters on the
"" '""' ' ' ' - wall. This rroir
I,nstour "It Is In tho power or man tc
mnko all Infectious diseases to disap
pear from tho world!" And then tin
lecturers, tho noted experts, enlarge
On tho tables arc tilled up pamphlet!
that tho visitors aro frco to oxnmlne
and tnko away. Thoro Is tho Memor
nudum on Tuberculosis, compiled a'
"Kalserllcli Deutchos Gcsunilhcitsamt'
nt llcrlln, wherein tho reader learni
what tuberculosis Is, how tho Infcctlot
takes place, how ono protects oncscl'
against tho dlseaso, and ndvlco h
given to persons In great danger, ad
vlco to diseased persons. A yellow silt
with tho heading, "Dealh Holl Call,"
gives statistics fiom tho Chicago health
department of tho causes or death In
Chicago for tho year Just past. There
Is a lengthy pamphlet on "Tho Early
Diagnosis of Pulmonary Consumption,"
a circular issued by tho Illinois state
board of health. On tho first pago ot
tho circular wo find: "What wo apk for
Is that tho consumptive shall ho taken
caro or at tho right tlmo in tho right
placo until ho is well, nnd not at tho
wrong tlmo In tho wrong placo until
ho Is dead."
Ono thing Impressed In various
graphic ways Is thnt lioth proventlou
nnd euro demand Air, Air, Air, Ait
bespeaks tho pictured Invalid lying in
tho hammock perched on the roor or
city Hat building. Tho samo cry Is
heard from tho various representations
of sanatoria; from n tent colony in
Illinois, n camp In tho Adirondack
woods, and In tho mountains or Co'o
rodo and Calirornln. And nnotliot
thing Impressed Is that In search ol
tills precious Air tho patient need not
Journey far nway.
Miss Nethersole Helps.
T 1 II K distinguished
E n g 1 1 s li actress
comes to the aid
of tho Chicago
. .Ki? ,u, wllil ,n,ltfl1'
Jfi Irfi I zeal. At it matl-P-i-
. neo musical, undei
rh (KM ,h0 direction ol
' y-- w thoro Is presented
i 2 L 1 not only a won
derfully icallstlc portraynl of "the
most celebrated conbiimptlvo in dra
mntlc literature" Camlllo, but thoro I
realized a goodly sum of money foi
tl3 lustltuto. Dr. Klebs, who is con
ucctcd with tho tuberculosis lustltuto
himself "mudo-up" Miss Nethersole
for tho part of tho dying consumptive
nnd tho result was to tho oxpcrloncec
doctors and nurses present almost toe
realistic to appear a semblance.
At tho benollt thoro were distributed
among tho women pamphlets whorelc
tho actress gave summary of a plat?
for work to bo undertaken by women
in tho tuberculosis crusado. And oui
afternoon at tho museum Miss Nether
solo made a short address on this nub
Wo wero very much interested lr
what sho had to say ami lu her man
nor of saying It. It was Interesting to
hear her speak of her own llfo and ol
her hard light tor success. Sho told m
that in her struggles sho had had pop
haps tho hardest work with tho l!00 oi
so peoplo behind the stage, thero hue
had to encounter the two evils or Ig
uornuco and laziness; tho one, tho lad)
said, sho could leave to tho board o'
education; tho other, laziness, she
found it necessary to probe Into. Ant
after much probing thero caino to thi
surrnco tlila knowiodgo, that In nlni
out ot ten cases tho persons woro 111
the majority victims of tuberculosis
This led to tho enlisting or her sympa
thles lu holplug on a crusado agalns,
tho widespread disease, such a menac
to us all.
STILL jFTEB CUP
SIR THOMAS LIPTON FINDS DE
SIGNER FOR NEW YACHT.
How the American Yachtmnen Fl
in the Matter of Another Chal
lenge for Enco Upon
Sir Thomas Upton, nftcr a long and
persistent hunt, lias found a' designer
to plan nnd superintend the construc
tion of a now challenger for tho Amer
lea's cup, which ho hns tried unsuc
cessfully three times to lift. Mr. Al
fred Myllno, of Olnsgow, is the man,
nnd it Is said he hns been commis
sioned to build n racer for Sir Thom
as which will beat anything tho Amer
ican yachtsmen can put Into tho water.
Ilut tho news of Sir Upton's plans
hns not oxcltcd much Interest nmong
the yachtsmen of Now York further
than to elicit from them the remark:
"So Sir Thomas Intends trying for
another match. Well, ho may be ac
commodated, but then the cup mntchcii
Willi tho talk of another series of
international yncht races, arises tliu
question as to whether tho event would
bo governed by tho now or tho old
rules. Since tho last yacht race now
ynchtlng rules have ben adopted, but
the feeling among the Americans It
Hint they could accept no condition)
which would bar tho Reliance frois
tho race, and if the winner of tin
contest with Shamrock III, Is to do
fend the cup again the rncos would
hnvo to bo sailed under tho old rules,
Flfo was the designer of the Sham
rock I., which enmo over In 18S9, nnd
was, from nn American standpoint a
very crude affair. The mast was rath
er short and woll nft. Tho boom and
gaff were very long, tho Jib very largo
and the bowsprit consequently fong,
whllo tho clubtopsall wns a Jumbo.
When tho wind blow hard tho gaff,
bent and tho boom did likewise, mak
ing n tight placo In tho mainsail; tha
mast wont forwnrd nnd tho big Jlh
went off to Icownrd, really making It
And yet tho designer of this boat
had a wide experience In nil kinds ot
craft, but overlooked tho points that
mako a largo ono-masted vessel a sue
cess. Watson wns a genius, nnd, beginning
with small boats, gradually worked up
to those of tho largest size. Uo pro
duced tho best boat that over camo
over hero for tho cup. Sho failed
merely for tho lnck of tho knowledge
pf tho boat sailing problem and tho
lack of Judgment on tho part of thoso
IH KAN llAt'KHS AH T1IKV Al'l'KAK
In chargo to grnsp and tnko advantage
of the crucial positions ns they oc
curred In her races.
If Capt. Iiarr had sailed tho Wat
son Shamrock Instead of being the
skipper of tho defending vessel the
cup would havo gono back.
Tho last Shamrock by Flfo was what
tho professionals call n "ono breczo
boat." In n stiff breozo to windward
sho was a match for tho Hellancc, and
In a strong wind, nil that tho boats
could carry, would have been slightly
bettor. Down tho wind no lino could
bo drawn on hor, ns sho was not prop
erly sailed. In n light breeze to wind
ward nnd sonio sea the Hellancc showed
hor superiority In a pronounced man
ner. (It must not bo forgotten that
most of tho cup races have been sailed
In a modcrato wind and somo sea.) In
tho triangular raco it was a close
And with tho talk of building a new
challenger comes Interest in tho man
who has boon chosen to design her.
This man Mylno was omployed by tho
Watson Arm for years, and was with
tho nnval nrchltect who Is now dead
when ho had tho plans of n cup chal
lenger on hand. Mylno has designed
many small racing boats and somo ot
them hnve been marked succo3ses.
Whether nny of tho genius possessed
by Mr. Watson, as shown In his chal
lenging yncht ot three years ago and
In score of other racers, has fallen
upon his old omployo or whothor tho
Inttor has only been awaiting this op.
portunlty to show tho world Hint ho
has talents equal to either tho dead
or living naval architects tlmo and
trial can only prove. As it stands to
day In America, thoro nro shakings of
the head when It is told that a com.
paratlvoly untried designer of big
raeltu craft is to ovolvo a cup challenger.
Corporation Segreo of Courtesy.
Knlckor Doesn't "Step lively" irri
Docker Yes; but they might sny:
"Sklddoo." N. Y. Sun.
Willing to Oblige.
Editor Your narrntlvo is too bald
Author Vory well, I will Introduco
loino halr-rnlslng incidents. Royal
A Good Reason.
"Why do you think poker playing
ought to bo put a stop to?"
"Because I always loso." Houston
' WAS WEAK AND DIZZY
Or. Williams' Pink Pills Restored the
Patlont to Perfect Honlth
Mrs. Mary Gaguer, of No. C70 South
Summer stroct, llolyoko, Mass., has
passed through nn experienco which
firoves that some of tho greatest bless
ngs of life tuny Ho within easy reach
ami yet bo found only by mere chance.
A few years ago whllo she was employed
(u tho mills sho wns suddenly seized
with di..iiii'.s.s and great weakness. " I
was so weak nt times," sho says, "thnt
I could hardly stand, mid my head be
cniiui so dizzy that it scemod ns if the
lloor was moving wound.
" My condition nt last bcciimo so bnd
that I was obliged to givo up work in tho
mill, nnd later still I became so feobly
thnt I could not uveil attend to mo
uousoholit duties. After tho slightest
oxcitiou I had to Ho down and rest until
"A friend who had used Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Palo loplu urged mo to
try tlieiii. I bought a box and begun to
tnko tliuui. Tho bonellt was so posltivo
nnd mi quickly evident that I continued
to use tho pills until I had taken alto
gether six boxes. Hy that tlmo I was
entirely cured, nnd for two years I havo
had no return of my troublo. I nm now
in tlio best of health ami ulilo to attend
to nil my duties. I nm glad to acknowl
edge tho benefit I loccived and I hopo
that my statement may 1m tho means of
inducing otlii'is wlio may miller in this
wav to try this wonderful medicine."
Tho wcret of the jxiwer of Dr. Wil
liams' l'iiilc Pills in cases of dobillty,
such ns Mrs. Oagucr's lios in tho fnct
that thoy mako now blood, nnd ovory or
gan unil oven overy tiny nervo in tho
body feols tho stir of n now tldo of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills nro sold by nil
druggists or will bo M-nt, postpaid, on
receipt of prieo, f0 cents por box, six
boxes for FlSiO, by tho Dr. Williams
Modiciuo Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
How Pearls Are Formed.
Pearls It seems art oyster annoy
ances nnd monsters. Thoy nro mal
formations caused by somo foreign
siibstanco finding putranco to tho
Bholl nnd irritating Hie oyster to such
nn extent that ho exudes a liquid
which eventually hardens nnd be
comes n precious pearl. Tho pearls
aro always near tho shells and can bo
squeezed out of tho ll-sli with tho fin
gers. Sometimes tliev nro found looso
In tho shell nnd at ctlicr times thoy
nro attached. If looso tho chances aro
that they may fail out, henco good
pearl hunters search the stream bod
nnd even dig up tho dirt. Contrary
to general belief tho cxpcnslvo pearls
aro not always round or oblong In
shnpo. Many flno specimens aro
baroques, that Is, they assuino gro
tcsquo forms, a fact thnt can bo read
ily nccounted for hy their origin. An
oyster may bo wort'i provoklc.
Important to Mothers.
Eromlno cnrofulljr every bottlo of CASTOTttA,
a iafo and euro remedy for Infants ao children,
and tco that It
Signature of CAtZX $C6CCAtM
Is TJeo For Over 30 Years.
Tlio Kind You Havo Alwa;a Bought.
When Dr. Jowett Smoked.
Dr. Jowett, tho gront master of Dal
Ilol college, Oxford, hated tobacco, but
ho smoked n clgnretti onco under tho
following circumstances. Thero hnd
been n llttio quarrel between tho
master and tho other Dalllol dons, nnd
Jowott celebrated their reconciliation
by dining In hall on bo following Sun
day. After dinner ho noticed a cor
tain nwkwnrdncss, nnd guessed Its
cause. So ho said: "I think I should
llko n clgnretto." Every ono Joy
fully lit up at once, nna Jowett gontly
blow down his clgaretto until enough
was consumed to save appearances.
USE THE FAMOUS
fted Cross Hall llluo, Lnrgn z or., packago S
cents. Tho Ituss Company, South DenJ, Ind-
I-nva, pronounced "lny-vn," Is the
latest now vegetable It Is a marine
legume, found on tho rocks of tho
Scottish coast, and ig served hot with
roast mutton. Tho Iindon Mail says:
"To tho palato lava brings n subtlo
commingling of pleasant salinity as
of marinated fish, and n dollcato hint
of tho subncld of llmo or lomon a
lingering bonno boucho that produces
a deslro for further acquaintance."
In a Pinch, Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It euros painful, smart
ing, norvotis foot and Ingrowing nails.
It's tho greatest comfort dlscovory of
tho ago. Makes now shoes easy. A
cortaln euro for swcatln? fcot. Sold
by nil druggists, 25c. Trlnl packago,
FHEB. Address A. S. Olmsted, Lo
Itoy, N. Y.
Yankee Girl Flirt, Not Coquette.
Tho American maid Is moro of a
flirt than n coquette. Tho collego
widow Is an exaggeration of tho na
tional typo. Columbia's daughter, as
boflts tho descendant of a gem ot tho
ocean, tnkes to horself Venus' pre
rogative of undisputed sway ovor tho
hearts ot mon, Sho cccepts adorntlon
as freely as a prima doiinn or n Jockoy
receives presents, careless whoso
heart sho Is breaking, until at last
tho "right ono" comes along, when
sho distributes mittens to tho rejected
suitors ns generously ns It sho wero
tho Lady Ilountlful presiding ovor .
settlement Christinas tree.
Onrfield Ten purifies tho blood. Oar
field Tea cures sick headaches.
Air In Street Cars.
Tests mndo in Dotroit street cars
hnvo shown that when tho npou air
of tho streets contained about ono
third of 1 por cent of carbon dloxido
tho air In tho cars carried fiom l.C
per cent to 0 per cent. In other
torms, tho proportion of tho chemical
products of burning tho oxygen ot tho
air In human lungs wns about six
times as great as tho normal figures,
but still by no means dangerous.
EXPERIMENTS WITH EGGS.1
Borne Things You Can Do Which Will
Intertaln and Mystify Your
Anything that has to do with eggs
will bo Interesting to boys nnd girls.
Tnko two eggs of tho samo size, one
row, tho other boiled. Place around
each of them, lengthwise, a stout rub
ber band so that it firmly grasps the
egg. Fasten n pleco of string to each
egg by means of the rubber band nnd
suspend both eggs from the cjinndolloi
by the strings.
Twist both strings to the samo de
greo nnd then let them go. The eggi
will spin urotind ns tho string un
twines, but suddenly ono of tho egg!
will stop turning, while tho othci
twirls nnd twirls, still untwining the
string. Tho uncooked egg stops be
cause its contents nro liquid, and not
fastened to the shell of that egg that
Is set in motion by tho untwining
string. Tho friction of tho moving
mnss inside soon stops it.
In the, next experiment tho samo two
eggs nro to bo used. Put two plates
before you, and on each one sot nn egg
spinning on Its side. The hard-boiled
egg will spin easily and stop easily;
but tho raw egg will bo harder to
spin, nnd when It has been set In mo
tion It will not so readily stop. Even
lr you stop It Tor ii moment, by plac
ing tho palm of your hnnd on it, It
will start spinning again when you
removo your hand.
Tho reason of this Is Just the ro
verso or tho conditions In tho first ex
periment, ror tho liquid part of the
egg is set to spinning, nnd when you
Btop the egg, It Is only tho shell that
you stop, the contents continuing to
movo; and when you let tho egg go,
THE TIUCIC WITH UltINC WATEH.
tho revolving mass Insldo stnrts tho
shell going round again, oven If stopped
for several seconds.
If you mnko a strong brlno of salt
and water you will find that n fresh
egg will lloat In It, snys tho People's
Homo Journal. Now try It lu puro
water, and tho egg will sink. Leave,
tho egg nt tho bottom of the vessel
containing pure wnter and get a glass
funnel that will reach to tho samo
bottom. Pour the brine through tho
tunnel nnd tho pure water and tho
egg will rlso together, llontlng on tho
brine. When tho vessel Is full you
will find tho egg suspended In tho mld
dlo, half In brine, half In tho upper
layer of pure wator.
The next trick is with a hard-boiled
egg. Shell tho egg and havo ready a
wlde-mouthod water bottlo, with Its
neck a llttio smaller than tho egg.
Into tho bottlo throw n pleco or burn
ing paper, and after a momont, place
tho egg, end down, in tho mouth of tho
bottle. Tho nlr in tho bottlo becomes
so rnrlfled thnt tho pressuro or tho
outsldo air on tho egg forces It into
And now wo oltcr a pretty ilttlo
trick that needs some "luck" to muko
11 successful. Tnke two egg cups such
as are used to put nn egg In when It
Is eaten from tho sholl. Placo ono
cup on tho tnblo directly In front ot
you and put tho egg In It. Tho other
cup you placo Just beyond tho first.
Now, It you will blow suddenly and
shnrply on tho egg, Just whore It
touches the cup directly In front ol
you, with luck, ns wo havo said, your
breath will lift It over Into tho other
Now for a wonderful, but simple,
trick thnt has puzzlod wlso mon for
generations. You have heard how Co
lumbus puzzled his men by saying thnt
ho could mako an egg stand on end,
nnd then did It by gently cracking one
end of tho sholl so that It made a Hat
toned surface Hut If ho hnd known
this trick, ho could hnvo accomplished
that feat without cracking tho shell,
as you may do, to the surprise, per
haps, of all who seo you.
Tho yolk of an egg, you know, Is In
closed In n thin mombrano thnt keeps
it separate from tho whlto. Now, If
you givo tho egg n sharp shake, and
break this membrane, tho yolk, which
Is heavy, will fall to tho end when
you try to mnko tho egg stand up, nnd
Its wolght will bo sulllciont to keop
It In that position without any outside
Now here Is angry Johnnie,
He's thrown hlnplponway,
IiocaUBo he blew some bubbles.
And found they wouldn't sUy,
.Bettplt Free Press.
'seven years of suffering I
Ended at Last Through Using Doan's H
Mrs. Sollnn Jones, of 200 Main St., H
Ansonla, Conn., says: "If It had not H
Ebeen for Doan's Klu- H
ney Pills I would B
not be alive to-day. H
Soven years ago I H
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and so w ak that I H
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bed sometimes six Xs H
H e g I n n n g with H
Doan's Kidney Pills, the kidney weak- H
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Kidney Pills. '
Sold by all dealer. EO cents a box. H
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Window Glass Better Than Lint.
"I hnvo found tint a small sheet
ot window glnBS makes a splendid
substltuto for lint ns a bandnge." said
tho visiting surgeon to several dispen
saries. "Tills Is especially truo in
treatment of burns, when a pleco of
glass slightly larger than, the burn Is
cut out and smeared with carbolic oil.
It Is pressed firmly upon tho burn,
and its edges packed with absorbent
cotton to keep out tho nlr. No pain is
caused by tho rcmovnl of such a band
nge, which can bo washed, mado thor
oughly antiseptic, nnd then replaced.
I havo tried watch crystals as an ox
ncrlmcnt with much success."
From Dreadful Pains from Wound on
Foot System All Run Down
Miraculous Cure by Cutlcura.
"Words cannot speak highly enough
for tho Cutlcura Remedies. I am now
seventy-two years of ago. My system
had been nil run down. My blood was
so bad that blood poisoning hnd sot
In. I had several doctors attending
mo, bo finally I went to tho hospital
where I was laid up for two months.
My foot nnd anklo wero nlmost be
yond recognition. Dark blood flowed
out of wounds in many places nnd I
wns so disheartened thnt I thought
siiroly my last chanco was
slowly leaving mo. As tho
foot did not Improve, you can
readily imagine how I felt. I was
simply disgusted and tired of life. I
stood this pain, which was dreadful,
for six months, and during this tlmo
I was not ablo to wear a shoo and
not ablo to work. Somo ono spoko to
mo nbout Cutlcura. Tho consequences
wero I bought a set of tho Cutlcura
Rompillcs of ono of my friends who
wns a druggist, and tho pralso that I
gavo after tho second application is
boyonil description; It seemed a mlr
aclo for tho Cutlcura Remedies took
effect Immediately. I washed tho foot
with tho Cutlcura Soap boforo apply
ing tho Ointment and I took tho Re
solvent at tho samo time. After two
weeks' trcntmont my foot was healed
completely. Peoplo who had saen my
foot during my Illness nnd who havo
seen It sinco tho cure, enn hardly bo
llovo their own eyes. Robert Schocn
bailor, Nowburg, N. Y. August 21,
German Export Rates.
Tho German railroads give quick
transit of goods for oxport at favored
rates. Tho rates from Plauen to Bro
men, American Consul Hurst reports,
tor oxport, express, aro only 28 cents
por 100 pounds for it dlstnnco of 315
miles, and to Hamburg 37 cents per
100 for 300 miles. If tho goods aro
not for oxport, the usual rato for ex
press, taking a longer time, costs near
ly three times as much.
Reduced Rates East for School
And tho general public, via A. T. &
S. F. Ry. Ono faro plus ?2 for tho
round trip from Utah, Wyoming and
other territories to Missouri rlvor, SL
Louis, Momphls, Chicago, St. Paul and h
Intermediate points. Dates of salo,
May 2Gth and 28th, Juno 1st, 3rd and
ICth. Rotum limit, Oct. 31st, 1900.
Stopovors allowed. For further In
formation npply to C. F. Wnrron, Gen
oral Agent, 411 Dooly Block, Salt
Lnko City, Utah.
Stage Dog Is Dead.
Jack, n dog at tho Pahtco Uioator,
London, known to theater peoplo all
ovor tho world, died tho other day
land his death was announced with nn
olllclal ouloglum. Ho watched tho
stago door when tho doorkeeper wns
away and ran nnd pot him If tho
jbell rang, nnd had been trnlned to
.fall on and oxtlnguUh nny burning
substnnco ho saw, such as a pleco of
papor. Ho was choked to death by
a pleco of money ho wns taking to n
restnurant to buv bl dinner with.
Garfield Ten, the herb lnxati. is mild,
clK'ctiw, health-giving n faultless prep
aration, It cuich constipation.
Babes In the Wood.
It Is not nlono In our great English
cities that children aro to bo found
who havo nover kno'vn tho Joys of a
day in tho country. Thoro nro or i
woro until a short tlmo ago, two, nt
loast ot thorn In Berlin. Hut nt last
fortuno chanced tholr way, and into
tho country thoy were takon. Thoy
woro not nt first favoiably Improssod
with whnt thoy saw, gazing about
thorn with stolld disfavor. But la
tlmo they camo to whoro a flock of
sheop woro feeding In a ftold. Thon,
Indeed, llttio Mux openod his oyos.
"Look. Morltz!" ho cried oxcltedly,
"there nro lots and lota of sheep with
out wheels." London Tribune.