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-Little Cruelty to Squirrel
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I OrtUrerS Actress
IVv I I I II SHANNON
1 1 h If K is nl ,n - ionic mi mIi hi which nmkc n vital impri'M'inn
I T" I upon one and awiikonn n latent thought. For example, for
I I years and yearn I wns ahle to look upon dumb animals oh im-
ljHKj material servant of men. I never realized the Buffering of a
PflfJPl hipped In ni ihi' -nii.m of .hi abandonee! cat, or the
I I shocking brutality of lojr lighting. When Ins! I was in New
kpVVflM ork I was walking in Central park, where my attention wns
KAjJfM attracted to two heaiitiful hoys in costly ermine coats and es
SMPIsaBwal cortcd by two nurses in quaint honnetri and gray cloaks. It
whs mi interesting exhibit of luxuriotli infancy. Presently
II lie larger of the hoys sjn'ed a squirrel mincing amid the dead leaves. He
held out a candied chestnut and the animal, after considering the propo
sition, approached the little hoy. When within reaching distance, the
squirrel wan seized by his bushy tail and shaken, while the two imps roared
with laughter. This diversion proved so novel and charming, that the
youngsters lured other squirrels to their tempting chestnuts, with more
serious results. Finally one baby squirrel was caught tightly while the
I smaller boy yanked his tail almost free from the body.
Then I interfered with this festival of fun. I was greeted by a volley
of protests in French from the nurses, and the little hoys resented my
picking up what remained of the squirrel. The injured animal I took
to a veterinary with instructions to cure the animal, then turn it adrift in
This episode is to muni important, inasmuch JH
ns it shows that the untrained mind is prone to Cylgfefe M
brutalitv and cruelty whenever there is no clu if HV HK
a counter attack. It therefore seemed to me that mji ?'vjjs
all thinking men and women should heed the plight BF mA
ol dumb animals that are frequently tin victims BP X
of inhuman persons. The various organizations for r m I'Y
the purpose of curtailing this cruelty are growing l t
in power and in wealth. These are needed no less I j y ill '
sorely than hospitals and homes fur human beings. U J
D3!!ZZZZZZmZZZZZZZ!3 Main Kurooans go back home
vinccd that you have nothing to eat in the
FVjjp Inited Slates that is lit for the palate of
a cultivated person, and they do not he si
tjrilOIl ,!l,(' '" express their opinion freely.
gri .a. . Did not Count de Witte pine for the
VrilMCIsK at land of cabbage soup, salt herrings and
(")lll FiitinO vodka when he was over here, and publicly
express a Islicf that he would atarvc to
dentil if he remained here? And it takes
By JENNT BENN M "'u'.v oreu' "llln '" '"aki blunder like
I that !
....aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasssssssssl Now I have found plenty to eat over
here, and, except for a few things, like
having a mess of salt mixed up with your butter, I have found the food
excellent. But 1 should like to assist at loading your blessed silver knives
on a cargo bout, and help to dump them in the middle of the Atlantic.
At a dinner the other night a lady introduced me to a duck which
you call the "redhead" a duck that plays pirate and steals the celery
from your much-praised canvashack, and is by many people considered
superior to the latter. And I was supposed to cut my portion with a
beautiful shiny silver knife that was as dull as Washington without the
president. Cut? Why, the knife wouldn't cut cheese nentlv, let alone
the fibrous and somewhat stringy duck on my plate. I haggled it first
with one side of that silver curio and then with the other, but without
making any impression on it, and finally had to worry it with my fork
in order to get a few bites to eat.
1 do not know how the others managed, but 1 fancy they must have
eaten it in luinhs. or swallowed it whole, for cut it they couldn't.
And it is the same everywhere. I look in vain for a good steel knife
with a plain ivory handle, a knife that will enable me to cut my meat into
bits so that I can masticate it properly. But no one uses them, and I am
told that "they went out years ago and are now only used in farm houses."
Your people give me beefsteaks an inch thick, beautifully cooked and
sometimes tender, and sometimes tough. But always the eternal silver
knife with which to cut them, and which won't cut anything.
And everywhere in your cities your men eat hurriedly, whether
snatching a lunch near their business offices or at home or at the restau
rant, and you claim that it iB the hurry that wears them out and makes
Ithem seem old before they have fairly entered their prime.
Well, some of the trouble may be due to hurry, but still more is due to
the silver knife that tears meat in chunks and does not cut it. The
work that should be done by the knife is left to the stomach, and after
a time nature rebels, and the thousand and one ills that are rooted in in
digestion swoop down on a man and spoil his health and consequently
IJJJJJISJISiZSZI Being calm and unrutllcd at calm ami
unruffling times is all very well. But the
l . 1 -- woman who retains her equanimity in the
VOIllTOI " midst of upheavals, especially the upheaval
Tjrjrjf5 "f moving or cleaning days, has herself so
. well in hand that she could govern a state
I .S Ek or lead un army to battle with equal honor.
i -- Excitability is an unfortunate trail. It
" is not bleating to him who gives or him
who takes, and in a woman it has even
ByMAI.6AWIMtBBAR.AUK "" COMequeBeei .ban in a mail. A
woman is apt to empty the vials of her cx-
JJJJJJJJJJJJJJjJ , iteinciii i. n helpless individuals her chil-
dren, her scrvullts, her friends, whoever is
lirst at hand. When moving day begins to loom like a black cloud in the
horizon her unsettled stale of mind commences, and when the fatal hour
arrives she is a changed woman. There are new wrinkles about her mouth,
her complexion is a shade sal lower and her voice a note harsher.
! This is not an attractive picture, but a truthful one, nevertheless. Kx-
V .liability is not beautifying. It brings about uncontrollable (its of tem-
jier and old age itself leaves no stronger mark on the face. The woman
who can get tired without getting angry has achieved a sell-control she
will never regret. Temper and fatigue rtx; often go hand in hand and one
aggravates the other until euch Itccoines tv.i.t as acute.
SUCCESS WITH TRAP NEST.
Sketch of One That Can Be Made for
a Small Sum of Money and In
Short Space of Tim.
Henry (irant of San Diego, Cal .
Hives Hip following inscription and
sketch of a low coat and serviceable
trap nest tonether with some per
sonal experlencpH with his poultry;
"The sketch shows a simple trap
nest which anyone can makp out of a
packing box 12x12x18 and at practical
ly no cost. Thp door Is HPt up with a
small stick The hen in passing over
the small hoard dividing the nest
raises the door, which allows the stick
to fall and the trap dropa. It takes
about four visits a day to release I he
hens and rest the traps. The labor
involved is practically nothing and is
amply repaid in saving of fppd by get
tlng rid of the 'Boldiers' in the Hock
Two mouths' lime is amplp to demon
stratp what a hen will do. Our own
expprlence Is probably like a good
many others, when we first startpd in
the poultry business, we parted with
a large silver dollar, after viewing the
exhibits of henB' Interior (In alcohol
shown) In Chicago of the 'don't-kill-the
laying-hen' man. It looked all
right to us and we immediately de
cided to practice on our little flock
sj . .-".4MawawawawawjlciT Ui
Grant's Trap Neat.
We had about thirty hens and we Im
mediately divided I hem Into two pens
one were to be the layprs and the
other were non-layers or doubtful. In
a week's time our 'doubtful' pen had
laid more eggs than 'sure' layers. We
also parted with two dollars and got
the other man's system of selecting
the laying hens by their shape, etc.
We also gave this up and decided that
we needed more experience. One
week's trial convinced us that It was
the 'real thing.' Needless to say. we
have never been without trap nests
RE-SORT UNSOLD COMB HONEY
Combs Candied Should Be Cut Out and
Rendered and Sold for What
If not already done, now is a good
time to resort all unsold comb honey.
One 1b almost certain to find some
which is candled, and this should be
taken out. as well as any that shows
any signs of granulation whatever.
The combs that are candled can be
cut out and rendered and all the
partly candled sold for Just what they
The heat place to do this sorting
is before a good-sized window, so the
combs can be held up to let the light
through If It will. The edges of the
comb next to the wood usually show
the first signs of candying.
When selling honey to the home
grocer it pays to go over his stock
occasionally and exchange any which
Is candled There is often a great
loss of trade resulting from selling
a good customer a section of candied
honey. The grocer should know how
to detect any slightly candled section
POULTRY YARD NOTES.
Nothing helps the egg output more
than a full feedlag of cut green at
Prevention ts worth more than a
cure; doctor the slightly-ailing bird,
but banish the one that Is real sick.
The odor of a stale egg is certainly
significant. This fact of Itself recom
mends the stamping of eggs the ame
day as laid.
The green tops of a bunch of green
onions, cut up and cooked In the mash
wetting, are a fine spring tonic fed to
a dozen hens. Too much onion flavor
will show effect In the market eggs.
The Buff Minorca 1b the latest, and
It halls from the FrcBtio district. With
the llarreds and Huffs there will noon
be four varieties of the breed.
Lettuce Is a great green for little
(lacks and poultry generally, but It is
probable one will feed unhealthy
geruiB upon It. If not washed, and
grown by a vegetable vender. In
washing the family lettuce the good
waste green should also be washed as
well, for feeding to chicks.
Variety of food is essential, but a
variety of methods In giving It are
The experienced breeder Is particu
lar about cleanliness, avoids over
crowding, feeds wholesome foods and
keeps the liens busy. Why? Hecauae
he has arrived; to reach the same
goal, follow suit.
Sting of the Queen.
Tli queen only stings other queens,
and seeks only to kill her rivals. She
may be handled to any extent with
out fear of being stung. She has
also great tenacity of life as well
as longevity. She will often continue
alive In conditions that have proven
fatal to the workers confined with her.
Queen bees are raised In large num
bers by special breeders, and are sent
Ml over the United States.
I Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright' Diacsae (
A beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. V Diabetes i
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Ir Malad 7:30 am Lt Brlaham :10 p m
Lt Garland 1:42 a in Lt Corlnn :20 p m
Lt Trwraont 1:47 am Lt Trmont S:4S n
Lt Corlaaa :17 am Lt Garland S:60 p m
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Connaet with Cach Connects with Cache
Yallar train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from
Oardan and Salt I .ake . OaHen and Salt Lake.
Leaves Ogdert 8:20 a.m.
" Brigham.. ..9:55 a. m.
" Corione. ... 10:10 a. m.
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j 7:00 p. m.
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