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B Ogdon's Examiner of last Thurs-
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B 87" of tho United States geological
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BBHB of coal in tho mines of this country
BJBBBH killed ovor three times as many
BBBBBB minora as woro killed by explosions,
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HBflVM fow recover from tho injuries they
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I Is a raattor of Ufa or doath. On tho
other hand, each year thousands of
I coal miners nro caught by falls of
root nnd coal, and hundreds nro
killed or nro crippled for life It
Ut oasy to sco why tho public be
lieves that explosions nro tho great
est danger in coal mining. A largo
numbor of lltcs Is snuffed out in a
fow moments, thoro nro pathottc
scones nnd rescue parties nro In
danger from afterdamp or a second
explosion. On tho other hand, falls
of root or coal seldom kill or In
jure mora than ono or two men at
n time, nnd such nccldonU, occur
ring at widely scattered mines, nro
not reported except by tho local
noftspnper and tho stato inspect
ors. NovortholoM tho totals aro
appalling. Each working day nn nv
crago of flvo men loio their liven
nnd a doton men aro Injured from
falls of roof or coal in tho work of
supplying tho nation with fuel.
Confident that tho ticket which
tho American people havo given to
tho democratic party U good for ono
term only, tho republican leaders
aro already planning tho next cam
paign. Tho first battle will bo tho
congressional elections two years
hence Then will follow tho presi
dential contest, in which, notwith
standing tho outcomo lost Novem
ber, tho republican party will oc
cupy n most advantageous position
From n republican point of vlow
three facts nro npparont. First,
that tho financial nnd economic pol
icies of tho democratic party will
ngnln prove Injurious to tho bus),
noan Interests of tho country Sec
ond, that tho American peoplo, who'
havo thrlco defeated Ilryan, will not I
elect a radical to bo president, nnd
third, thnt whUo tho republicans
wero divided upon tu.Uonal issues,
tho oloctlon of republican governors
and IcglMlaturon In states that gavo!
their electoral votes to Wilson dem-'
oiMtrato Uint tho local machlnory'
of tho parly linn not been sorlqunly
ArJ TO UMI-OHM MINK HAI1.TV
As tho result of a conference
which was held under tho auspices
of the United States bureau of mines
last Septombor, botweon won who
aro Interested In tho saving of the
liven of miners, Uioro has been form
ed a society known as tho Ameri
can Mine Barely association, with
headquarters at Pittsburg, Pn. Thin
association, which Is now enrolling
among its momborn the con! and
molal mine operators, mining engi
neers nnd ml no safety engineers of
tho country, has for Us purpose tho
oonsorvatlon of the lives nnd JtoalUi
of tho mmer and a rvduotlon in
property lows due to explosions or
flren In mines. It will attempt to
place before the miners standard
methods to be uied In rescue work
and In first aid lo tho Injured
Tho work of the buroau of mines
In reducing the number of deaths'
In tho mines has led to the adoption
of many different types of roacuo I
apparatus, such as the. oxygon hoi-1
mets which tho rescuers wear in a
gas fUled mine, and also to tha uso
of many different methods of re-1
suscltatlon nnd first aid to the In
jured. Hundreds of mines within
tho last three or four years havo
been equipped with reucuo appara
tus, rescue corps and first aid corps.
Many of theso men who aru called
upon In omorgoncles havo developed
their own ways of doing things, and
U is tho opinion of tho orgunlxors
of this association that tho most of
riclent methods and tyont apparatus
should bo found through actual uso
and recommended to tho mining in
dustry as a general standard.
H. M. Wilson, tho engineer In
ohargo of tho oxporimont Btation of
4bo buroau of mines nt Pittsburg,
has been sol oc ted as chairman or
tho exocutlvo coramltteo or tho as
sociation nnd has boon instructed
to carry on tho work or the organlxaUon
I A Romance of the
I Dy CLARISSA MACKIE
"Home again." sighed Madellno
Trayle as the tourlit ship Neptune
sighted Now York's Jagged sky Hue
"It has been n wonderful trip." o
scrTed her father, smiling down at tho
girl. "I bollero Alex will testify to
Alexander l'clton'a contented face
beamed happily upon tbo girl whom
ho had wooed and won on this Medi
terranean trip. Each member of the
party of seven, who had been drawn
together by mutual Interests, had en
joyed sotno unlquo cxpertonco or par
ticipated In an adventure to bo related
on tliono long evenings spent on tbo
moonlit deck of tbo steamer. At their
last port a newcomer bad joined the
ship, a charming girl, who proved to
bo a dear friend of Madellno Traylo's.
and with thU arrival of Emily Drake
there wss solved tho mystery of Ar
thur Clayton's adrcnturo of n broken
scent bottle, for she proved to bo tho
owner of tbo toy, which bad dropped
from s latticed window In Beirut and
been shattered on tho stones at his
feet. Young Clayton's devotion to
Emily Drake during tho homoward
voyage had been marked, and tbo old
er people of tho party smiled upon
wbat appeared to bo another romance.
Madellno Traylo's especial adventure
had been connected with a fllagreo
bracelet which her father had purchas
ed from a peddler In Constantinople.
Bho had been wearing tbo bit of Uy
cantlno jewelry when, standing in ths
8ulelman mosque. melancholy Turk
had haughtily demanded to examine
It, declaring that once It bad belonged
to his daughter, who hid disappeared.
After examining It closely bo bad re
turned It sadly, apologising for hU
ptrsnmptlon in addressing tho young
In relating this story to her compan
ions on board the Neptune Madeline
Tll TlintB KXAUMItl TIIS BIUCILKT IK
had declared that a friend of hers In
New York iossessnl the duplicate of
her filigree bracelet (which upon ex
amlnatlou had rouil to havo been
"made In d'ermauy" and was no doubt
copied from the original trinket), nnd
this friend ptxncd to be uouo other
than Emily Drake.
Emily said that her bnuclot was In
New York, and such was her Interest
In the Incident of tho melancholy Turk
who had lost n daughter that 4ie de
clared she would unearth the trinket
as soon as she reached homo and ex
amine It for some secret mark.
"Perhaps we may bo ablo to reunite
father and daughter-If she is still llv
Ing." ventured Emily, smiling
It was suterul dnys after Ibelr land
ing that Emily Drake found an oppor
tunty to call upon Madeline Trayle.
"Dear." she cried eagerly, "Pvo un
earthed the filigree bracelet and clean
ed It tip, nnd I do believe thero is some
writing on tbo Inside! Has your fa
ther got a strong magnifying glassr
Professor Trnyle producod tbo neces
sary Instrument, and the three exam
Ined the bracelet lu turn. At last the
professor laid down the glass. Emily,
It looks to mo as though you rosily
owned tbo original flllgreo bracelet."
"How lovely r cried Emily.
"Isn't It wonderfulr' breathed Mad
eline. "What does It say inside, ra
tberi I anow there must bo something
written thero or somo secret mark, for
the Turk looked Insldo and then said it
was not tho bracelet of his daughter."
"Just think of how many Imitations
he must have looked nt, hoping to find
tho right one," murmured Emily. "Rut
do tell us what It says. Professor
"Look Intldo once more," ho said, giv
ing her the glass. "Do you not see
some queer marks engraved there?"
"Yes. jes! They look Ilka shorthand
"It's Arabic. It reads To my daugh
"Zcrah-what a loTcly name! caw ,
Bce her now-a Innguoroua eyed bean- t
ty," cried Hmlly. (
-Now wb have n clew to wort upon. (
I bave such a splendid plan," said (
Madeline, her rliecks pink with ex- ,
"Tell It to us '
"Let us each wear our bracelets nno (
go from one Turkish shop to another, i
apparently looking for rugs or trinkets, i
and jicrhaps somo woman, some shop- (
keeper's wife, may recognize the nil- ,
greo bracelet, nnd thus we may And (
the owner nnd tell her that her father i
Is waiting for hert" ...... !
"A wild goxwe chase," smiled tne (
profeor Indulgently. "My desrs. the
chances are that Zcrnh Is now and lias .
been In Constantinople, perhaps hidden f
from her father's seeking eyes."
"No, 1 am suro that Is nol the case, j
protested Madellno warmly "It's this
way. father"- .... .
"There, there, my dear; 1 should not ,
try to discourage you," he -tulled. j
"Run along on your pretty romf .tic er
rand. Only be careful that you do not (
go afoot, nnd beware of unsavory parts ,
of tho city wltbout n proper escort, i
Perhaps Alexander will go along. ou j
know ho Is a linguist and"
Tills Is a matter for fathers and (
daughters, so we will nsk you to ta- t
cort us," said Madeline, and In tbe (
end Professor Trayle laughingly as- j
sentcd. Secretly bo was attracted by
tbo possibilities of tho search.
"If you find Zcrah whether she Is m
young and lovely or has becomo fat
and hideous, as ta often tho unfortu
nato fato of oriental women, and sbe
wants to return to her father, remenv
ber I will send her homo again." bo
promised and was rewarded by tba
gratltudo of tho two girls, who had
como to look upon the lost Zcrah as a
real person wbo would be found In the
foreign quarter of Now York, that
clearing house of many nationalities.
Tbo next day tbey started out on
their strange search. As the llmoa
Ino threaded Its way among tbo nar
row streets or tho Byrian quarter-for
they had decided to begin their search
there-the two girts chattered about
the bracelet and examined again and
agsln tho ono Emily wore on her wrUt
outsldo ber black glove.
Their first experience was disap
pointing. A Turklih shop, attended by
two slender young men. wbo urged
tbem to buy rugs, did not offer any
hope of finding tho lost Zerab, although
Emily displayed ber bracelet carelessly
to tbelr view
It proved to be a dlsnppolntlng quest.
In and out of little dark, odorous shops
they went Tbey Interviewed Turkish
women and men nnd children, but all
tared stolidly nt the tlllgreo bracelet
and shook their heads.
They were Interested In selling goods
to the rich Americans, not In tracing
some tnythlcnl (tenon nsmed Zcrah.
As the limousine drew up nt the curb
In front or Emily Drnko'a home and sbe '
topped to the pavemont Madeline ,
leaned forward and pointed n finger at i
tho flight or stone steps leading to the '
front door of tho Drako home.
"Ob, Emily, we'vo been Interviewing
llyxantlne women all day. nnd here Is ,
another one sitting on your doorstcpl"
Emily turned nnd looked. '
Thero on tbo bottom step of tbo
brow n stone flight sat a laro peddler, a ,
slender, worn looking woman with pa-
tbctli- dark eyes and sad mouth. On
her hii thero rested a basket Oiled with '
Int-es nnd laco trimmed linens. (
Professor Trayle and bis daughter
leaned from tho motor and watched i
Emily ns she approached the woman '
mid picked up somo lacea with tbs
hand that wore tbo flllgreo bracelet ,
Instantly the woman's eye flashed i
eagerly, and sbo laid n brown band on
Emily's wrist and muttered soma for- '
elgn words. '
"Professor Trayle. do cornel I bo- (
Hove Pvo found her! Como and talk
to her!" cried Emily In excitement '
Apd the professor nnd bis daughter '
oliejiil nt once.
The woman was holding Emily's (
hand, mid tears were running down i
her cheeks as her Angers touched thu '
silver bracelet. '
"Zerohl" said tho professor distinct-
ly, nnd nt sound of the name the wo- ,
man started to her feet and stared :
wildly ut him '
Then, speaking In her own language,
he quieted her fenrs mid asked ber a ,
few questions. Ho took the bracelet .
from Emily's wrist and showed It to
Tho two girls watched with delight ',
mingled with nw-e the cbanglug emo
tions on her face ns she listened to the
story Professor Trnylo had to tell, nnd
ho nodded smilingly nt last and then,
clutching the flllgreo bracelet to ber
bosom, she spoko in tbo same tongue,
softly, melodiously, ending ber narra
tive with a little despalrlug gesture.
"It Is Zcrah." said Professor Trayle
at last "Finding her here on Emlly'a ,
doorstep is such a curious coincidence
that I confess I am tbrilled through.
Tbo bracelet Is hers, and sbe priced it
highly as her father's gift but she '
learned to loro a rascal, and she sold !
tbo bracelet In tbo bazaar In Constan
tinople and with the proceeds eloped
to America with ber lover, wbo baa
long since deserted ber. Fearful of
her father's anger, she bas never
dared communicate with him. al
though ber heart la breaking for ber
"Of courso sho can go back again?"
"Certainly Sly promise holds good,
and I shall send wonl to her father to
"Isn't this n perfectly lovely ending
to tho vojnge or tho Neptunef asked
Emily nrter tbey had seen Zcrah cared
for by the servants.
"Who dares say that romance is
dead in tbo world?" demanded Made
line, laughing happily,
"I don't for one," conf eased Pro
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