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HEROIC EFFORT TO EXTERMINATE DREAD
BROWNTAIL AND GYPSY MOTH IN THE EAST
One of the Most Successful Devices Yet Used Is the Hannigan
"Moth-Pot" Electric Company Makes Experiments
With Arc Lamp Especially Arranged.
Although the work has not attracted
great deal of attention ouUlde ot
few England. It ii nevertheless a fact
,li8t the United States department of
ifrrfrulture has been expending about
llOO.OflO annually In New Hampshire
In an heroic effort to exterminate the
Jrad 6rownts.ll and gypsy moth pests.
In addition, the legislatures of New
HampsBlre and Massachusetts have
irt aside smaller sums to help on the
work. Hoth pests continue to advance
over an eforwldenlng area, so that It
will not bu long before other states
hit'b now eg1ct tho opportunity of
warding off rouble will And them
(,'lves engaged In the same battle.
Tho widest variety of devices for
Killing off tfce pests have been put
into nervine. One of the most succesR
lul of tilPBe was the so-called Haunt
can ' moth pot," which consisted 'In
il,t. essence of a flaring pot and a
r.nantlty of burning crude oil. At
first those were set upon the ground
In commons and other open places but
later they were hung from the mast
arms of street lamps, the best loca
tion being found to be about three
fn't back from the arc lamp, meas
ured along tbe mast arm, and three
fpet below. Even at this distance,
however, the heavy black smoke from
tho smudge soiled the arm and was in
several ways disagreeable.
The Manchester Traction, Light and
Tower company had meanwhile been
experimenting" with an arc lamp ar-
Are Lamp Bowl Used In Electrocuting
rangement to accomplish the same
ends aB the moth pots and the accom
panying drawing shows the typo of
globe which waa finally adopted after
considerable experimenting. It is
used on 72 volts, 7V4 ampere, series
alternating arc lamps, fitted with clear
glass Inner globes. From the draw
ing the glass workers manufactured a
mold and from this C05 of the special
globes were cast. Hy the terms of
the contract, the electric light com
lany was to cart these globes to the
'a'npa, put them on, take away and
store the regular globes, empty the
globes dally, keep track of the quanti
ty caught and, at tho end ot the
moths' flight, replace the old globes
and store the special globes until the
The globes were put on with the
cut away part up, so that the moths
fluttering around the light would fall
into tho bowl. The first gathering
was made July 8. Tho flight, which
usually continues about eight days,
thiH year lasted 15 days. Between
Inly S and July 23, there were collect
id from the globes 107 6-lfl bushels
within the city and 12 7-16 bushels
from the globes placed at two of the
TIMBER SUPPLY OF
(By R B. KFXLOGO.)
Most, of the forests In the United
States are privately owned. Approx
imately 20 per cent, of the standing
timber In the country Is held by the
federal government In national for
ests, Indian reservations, national
parks and on the unreserved public
domain, and by the states In the state
reserves or other state lands. These
public forests contain more than 100,
000.000 acres of saw timber.
Tho estimated total amount of
standing saw timber controlled by
the federal government is 448,800.595
M. board feet The most of this Mm
her Is, of course, in national forests.
In addition to the above amount, there
nre ;w.rhaps seventy -flvo billion feet
held by the states either In reserves
or upon lands of various classes.
Tho private forests are of two dis
trict classes, (1) farmers' woodlots
and (2) large holdings, either indi
vidual or corporate The farmers'
woodlots are chiefly scattered and de
tached remnants of the original for
ests, which as a rule have been se
verely culled. They are mainly In the
astern half ot tbe United States and
f j. to" 1
L ,g' (
Two different quarts were counted
one moth at a time, and It was found
uiai mere were just aDOUl l.ouu moms
to a quart. Of these about two-thirds
were females. This fact could easily
be determined from the moths as
taken from the globes, but careful ob
servations were made of those which j
thickly encrusted the street lamp
poles, trees, sides of buildings, etc.,
and gave good evidence that this per
centage was accurate enough for all
purposes. In a bushel there were, of
course. 51,200 moths, according to
these figures, or 6,494,500 in all. If
CO per cent, were females, the figure
would bo ".,2!f,640. In a year the de
velopment resulting from the eggs
deposited by each female would be
about 400, so that If the quantity men
tioned had not been destroyed In the
electric light globes, they would have
produced In excess of l,31S.6.r6,000
other moths to get busy on the trees
In 1913. Adding to this figure the
number that would be developed by
the females captured at the two sum
mer resorts. Lake Massabesic nnd
Tine Island Park, the total of 1.474.
500,000 is reached, a truly astounding
In collecting the moths from the
globes the lamp trimmer simply
f laced his hand over the opening at
the bottom, removed the globe and
dumped the contents after measure
ment Into two-bushel bags of cloBe
woven goods. Measuring was done
by means of a ten-quart flaring pall.
suitably marked on tbe sld s. The
condition of the employes who at
tended to this Job was shocking, as
they were covered with rash from
their toes to the top of their heads.
Some of them found it necessary to
bathe in creollne or strong yellow
soap baths five or six times a day.
When thrown loosely In, such a
globe as that shown would hold about
10 quarts of moths. However, after
a globe got about half filled the
moths seemed to stew from the heat
of the lamp, so that about half way
through tho heap would be wet and
at the bottom "muddy." St-veral of
the Inner globes gave way under the
confinement of tho heat and were
badly distorted and discolored. Some
times the globes would be so full that
the moths would be heaped up and on
most of the heavy catch days they
were almost full to the brim. From
the globes the moths were taken to
one of the generating stations, where
they were thrown Into the furnaces
The theory ron which the device
works Is that the globes shall be cut
off at such a height that the moths
can easily fly inside but be unable
convat'ently to fly out. The shape
shown was found to be best when
used with the regulation type of ob
tuse angled reflectors. Examination
of the moths when taken from the
globes showed them not to be badly
burned, except occasionally on the
head. Death Beemed to have resulted
from general suffocation from tho in
tense heat or from impact against tbe
walls of the death chamber.
Tbe mold is now at the glass fac
tory and any public service corpora
tion or municipality can obtain the
special globes at the same price as
the regular type, as the mold baa
twteji placed on file.
THE UNITED STATES
cover some two hundred million acres,
with a stand of perhaps three hundred
billion board feet of caw timber and
one and one-half billion cords of wood.
Aside from their protective and ornn-
mental value, they furnish much Are- eggs." Theso are common, becnuse
wood, many posts, poles, and cross- most farmers believe that after frost
ties, and some lumber and cooperage, eggs will not rot so quickly, but never
Btock. theless they do evapoVate and the air
The larger private holdings contain cells In them Bhow tho candler that
about seventeen hund-ed billion feet. ', they are stale.
TheBe holdings generally Include the Therefore, the more often eggs are
best timber in the regions In which marketed, the greater are the chances
they occur, since prlvato capital al-
ways seeks the best possible invest
ment. They are tho principal sources
of the lumber which Is used today,
and upon the manner In which they
are manage depends tn a large degre
the timber supply of the future.
So far, true forestry has been prac
ticed t." only a Blight extent, or not
at all, upca the forests In private
hands, and, because of luck of funds,
it has not yet been possible to apply
right methods of forest management
to all public forests, though suet
methods will eventually be used In
handling them. The map given here
with shows the forest lands of th
eri I nwi Y TUC FRFH FfiriS
Some Farmers Deliberately Impose on
Small Merchants by Giving
Goods Known to Be State.
(By A. O. nilLLirB. Kansas.)
Selling eggs Is one of the handiest
unys for tho farmer to get a cash
r trade return for his produce, during
ill parts of the year, and If ho can
ncrrnso the efficiency of tho machln
jry which produces and handles these
ggs he Is putting into his pocket good
Almost every housewife who Is
:ompelled to buy eggs constantly
jlamors for some method which Bhe
may pursuo In order to always get
Iresh eggs. There Is no housewife
ho has not some time or other hnd
:he great displeasure of handling spoil
;d or rotten eggs. This almost con
stant occurrence, with the possible
?xceptlon of the winter months, prac
'.ically compels those who lecturo and
:arry on experiment station work to
plead with the farmers who produce
:he eggs to put onto the market bet
The egg loss each year Is enormous
ind is beyond all reasonable justiflca
ion, and tho blame lies, at least In
part, with the farmer for the following
First, sorao few farmers deliberate
ly take' to market eggs which they
tnow are not fresh, because they know
Eggs Should Be Packed In Neat Cases.
that the merchant 1b compelled to take
them or lose their trade. Second, and
jy far the greatest reason, is because i
of Ignorance on the part of the farm-
er as to what and how to sell eggs.
When the hens on the farm are
producing enough eggs to warrant the
.'armer's taking them to town, ar
rangements should be made to handle
ll of them properly. A convenient
and clean place should bo provided
wherein the hens can lay. The nat
ural tendency of a hen Is to go off
In the weed and make her nest. This
thould not bo tolerated and any eggs
found In such places should be marked
ind kept at home.
When tho clean, fresh eggs are
bathered they should be put in a
clean, dry, cool place until marketed.
Even though the place is clean and
sool, If It is not dry, moldB, etc., will
commence development and tbe eggs
will soon spoil. If the eggs become
damp and they happen to bo In con
tact with any colored material they
will Immediately become stained.
Good egg cases In a cool, dry, clean
place, kept up off of the floor, make
an excellent receptacle in wnicn 10
keep eggs -previous to marKeung.
Uerore tnese eggs are sei aBiae lor
market, they should be gone over Dy
tne tarmer aB ne coiiecis mem, iniu
all small, stained, dirty, doubtful, in-
cubator and rotten egge should be
removed. Small and dirty eggs. If
used Immediately, are just as good as
large clear ones, but they will not
Bell well on the market, and If sent
In with good eggs will spoil the trade.
Therefore, they should be kept and
used at home. No eggs should be
washed, for the packers- claim they
will not keep well. All eggs from
stolen nests, whose freshness Is doubt
ful, and all Incubator eggs should
either be thrown away, boiled for the
little chicks or used at home. They
should never be sent to market. Rot
ten eggs need not be discussed. Any
person who will send one to market
deserves all tbe penalty possible from
the pure-food law.
When eggs have been properly
gathered, handled and kept previous
to taking to mantel, tne question
of the number of trips to town should
be considered. In hot weather the
eggs should be marketed two or three
times per week, and oftener If pos
sible. If that number of trips cannot
be made, co-operate with a neighbor
and have him alternate days In the
trips which must be made.
In the fall and spring eggs should
be marketed at least once a week.
Many buyers have had troublo In No
vember, with eggs classed as "held
i that they will be good.
Make-Up of Broilers.
A broiler bhould have a good, plump
breast, broad back, clean yellow legs
and yellow skin, and email comb.
Such is tho American epicure's Ideal
but these requirements bar out such
breeds as Brahmas, Cochins, Lang
shuns, or any crosaes on them, on ac
count of the feathers on their legs.
They bar out all white-skinned fowls,
and put a damper on all large-comb
birds like Leghorns, Mlnorcas, etc.
Such being the caBe, the Wyandottes
have easy Bailing; and, besides, being
quick growers are mora desirable for
MADE A CLEANJOB OF it'
First Time Old Gentleman Had Eaten
a Crab and He Left Nothing
on the Dish.
A Jolly old boy, from the Mi. Hands
entered Into one of the hotels at the
seaside, and, seeing on the slab on
the rlht a crab dressed on the shell
with legs, claws nn.l parsley ranged j
round, said to the landlord:
"What d ye call that?"
"Crab," was the answer.
"Looks good. I'll have 'un; and pie
iib a pint o" ale."
Hread and butter was added nnd the
diner left to his dinner In about an
hour tho genial landlord entered the
dining-room to see If his guest was
getting on all right He found him
chawing up the lust inw, the chawer
red In the face but beaming.
"I.Ike the crab, sir?"
"Yes; he was capital. I never taste.l
one nfore. Hut I think you hiked 'un
B little too long; the crust was hard.
Let's have another pint."
He hnd eaten the lot shell, claws
and all complete.- Loudon Tit Hits.
RASH SPREAD TO ARMS
... ,, . ,
T59 Roach Ave. Indianapolis Ind.- j
"At first I noticed small eruptions on
my face. The trouble began as a rash, j
It looked like red pimples. In a few
days they spread to my arms and back
They itched nnd burned bo badly that ;
I scratched them and of course the re-
suit was blood and matter. Tho erup- ,
tlons lesiereu, Drone, openeu miu unr
up. leaving the skin dry and scaly. I
spnt msiry sleepless nights, my back,
arms and face burning nnd Itching;
sleep was purely and simply out of
tho question. Th trouble also caused
disfigurement. My clothing Irritated
tbn brenklng out.
"Py this time I had used several
well-known remedies without success.
The trouble continued. Then I began
to use the Bnmple of Cutieura Soap
and Ointment. Within seven or eight
days I noticed gratifying results. I
purchased a full-sized enke of Cuti
eura Soap and a box of Cutieura Oint
ment and in about eighteen or twenty
days my cure was complete." (Signed)
Miss Katberine McCalllster, Apr. 12.
Cutieura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free with 32-p. Skin Hook. Address
post-card "Cutieura, DepL L, Boston."
AN ARTISTIC DEVOTEE.
. DunnHow pale and careworn Mrs.
Qunn Yes. hi,e has on her Lenten
JUDGE CURED, HEART TROUBLE.
! t took about 6 boxes of Dodda Kid-
ney pmB for Heart Trouble from
which I had suffered for 6 years. I
had dizzy spells, my eyes puffed,
my breath was
short and I had
chills and back
ache. I took the
pills about a year
ago and have had
no return of the
now 63 years old,
able to do lots of
manual labor, am
and weigh about
well and hearty
200 pounds. I feel very grateful that
I found Dodda Kidney Pills and you
may publish this letter If you wish. I
Bm Bervlng my third term as Probate
Judge of Gray Co. Yours truly,
PHILIP MILLER, Cimarron, Kan.
Correspond with Judge Miller about
this wonderful remedy.
Dodds Kidney Pills, 50c. per box at
your dealer or Dodda Medicine Co.,
nuffalo, N. Y. Write for Household
Hints, also music of National Anthem
(English and German words) and re
cipes for dainty dishes. All 3 sent free.
"Don't you think Jack ought to feed
that cold? He is a little hoarse."
"lie is with hay fever."
Ardent Suitor "I lay my fortune at
your feet." Fulr Lady "Your fortune!
I didn't know you had one." Ardent
Suitor "Well, It Isn't much of a for
tune, but It will look largo besido
those tiny feet." Iloston Transcript.
I)r. Plerce'i I'linwnit IV!lci flrl jiut Ui
4') years ago. liny iixulalH ami inviuuntie
etMiia'h, liver and buwclb. i-uar-cimi-d
tiny (,'runules. Adv.
Some married wonin want thorter
hours and more alimony.
If Yyr I fluttering or
ROYALTY WELCOMES THE
HIS ROYAL HIGHNES9. THE DUKE
OF CONNAUGHT. WELCOMES
AMERICANS TO CANADA.
It was a hnppy speech, that on that
beautiful October day. the Puke "tif
Ctmnaught. Governor -Oeiieral of Can
' ada, made at Maeleod. Alberta. It
i was an opportune speech, heart ful
and resonant with good fellowship.
And, as It was speclnlly Intended for
American ears, tho audience, com
prised largely of so ninny American
settlers In Canada, the time and place
could not have been better chosen
It was In reply loan address of w el-
come tendered to htm at the pretty
city of Mncleod, with the foothills of
the Hocklcs ns a setting, nnd tho j
great wheat fields between, and in i
fact all around the place as the fore-
ground, that Hla Highness, true to the
best Interests of the country nnd to
those of the Americans who choose!
to make Canada their home
said In '
part : I
"I am well awnre that among those '
whom I am now addressing, there are i
a very great proportion who were not
umJpr lh, 1(riHsh Mo..( f j
ihc mw (hnt
r(ip(rroo umW lat ., ,,;,,. ,
a, ,,,,. AU vo flHk , ,mit ,
g pf ,ip vtl
..Wlh .,, on , j
o cpme an(J ,o mBrry (( ,
om) to ag 6p(,n)3 tQ Wm fcnd
as It pb asrs Providence.
"We bring no pressure to bear on
anyone to adopt the Canadlnn nation
ality, for we do notvaluo citizenship
Which is obtained under compulsion.
"Our Amerlcnn cousins are welcome
from over the border. Thrice we wel
come our Canadian and llrltish broth
ers, who return to the 1'nlon .Inck. aft
er living under the Stars and Stripes.
"History Is repeating itself. For
many years hundreds of young Hrlt
Ishers have sought fortune in the
western States. Time has brought
about a change, and the tide has Bet
In the other direction, bringing across
the frontier numbers of cur neighbors
to whom we are glad to return hos
pitalities. "One of the chief dispensers of such
hospitality in proportion to Its popu
lation hiiB, as wo have said, changed
Its character from an Important cat
tle town to a thriving wheat produclug
"What it has loBt from tho pictur
esque point, of view, it hns gained in
the material Bide, and I wish, In con
clusion, to express the hope that tho
prosperity which has evinced itself
here for the past ten years, may con
tinue unabated in the future."
There is no reason why at a hun
dred places on this educative, instruct
ive and Interesting trip of His Royal
Highness he might not have express
ed himself in the same terms, and on
each occasion, addressed largo gather
ings of Americana who are now Bet
tied on the prairies of Western Cana
While a traveling man was waiting
for an opportunity to show his sam
ples to a merchant In a llttlo back
woods town in Missouri, a customer
came In and bought a couple of night
shirts. AfterwardB a long, lank lum
berman, with his trousers stuffed in
his boots, said to the merchant:
"What was them 'ere thut feller
( "Night shirts. Can 1 Bell you one or
"Naup, I reckon not." said the MIs
sourlaii; "I don't set around much o'
Counsel of Despair.
"I want a piec e of meat w ithout any
hone, fat or gristle," said tho bride,
on her P.rst trip to market. "Yes,
ma'am." replied the butcher. "I
would suggest that you take an egg."
After Dinner Joke.
In the great Pecos valley apple
country of New Mexico the latest ar
rival is always asked:
"What Is worse than biting Into an
apple and finding a worii?"
He Ib stumped. They tell him,
"Finding half a worm."
"Thrifty habits are your friends."
"Yes, I suppose a man nowadays is
known by tho bank accounts be
Sometimes a burglar le;vea little to
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color mw.oodibniihtrr and fjtter color, ttian any oltwrdyt. On. Wc packtKrrolonall nhrn. Thy dye in cold water hter than anvottrrrdve. Youcaa
dye any 7irmenl without nppinr ipart Wnla tor tree hooWM How to lyt. Blfx h and Mia Colura. MONIIOI DBU(; COMPANY, Qalnty, III.
"OuKht tho.se two Hrllcles to f,o un-de-
tho same heading?"
"No; they are not on the same, foot
Important to Motners)
Examine, tare-fully, every bottle of
OASTOI!IA, a Bafe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that It
In T'bo For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Marrlai;e may either
rhararter or reform It.
weak, us "RENOVINC" Madt toy
JUST WHAT THEY EXPECTED
Committee Mada No Mistake When
They Looked for Almoat Inevit
A committee of Investigating scion
lists approached a lady.
"Mnilam," sold Professor Trow Ins,
the spokesman, offering her a magnifi
cent chrysanthemum of rare and love
ly hue. "Madam, permit me u pre
sent this flower to you as a token of
our high regard "
She clasped the splendid blossom In
her lily white hand-
Breathlessly the committee waited
"How beautiful It Is." she answered.
"What nn exquisite shade of purple'
Kt,0uld loe to have n dress of that 1
Poetor rrewins nodded knowingly
to the committee, as If to Hay. "1 told
The committer winked to the pro
f,.gsor um i)isieied.
Ailsa What did papa say when you J Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable t-om-asked
him for my hand? ! jmuml has accomplished for their daugh-
Alfrod-Ilo said ho guessed I d find Jpr!! 'Rve been received by the Lydia I'
ll in tho pocket he carried his money nkham Medicine Company, Lynn.Ma.Ha.
In. I ' " ' " '
The vlllago tailor only received oc
casional orders from the vicar for
such articles as hats, collars, or hand
kerchiofs. "You see," remarked tho
vicar one day, having called with his
usual order, "when I want n suit I go
to London. They make them there."
Calling again a few days later, the
vicar remarked that he had not seen
the tnllor nt church lately.
"No, replied the tailor, "whnn I
want to hear a good s rnion 1 go to
London; they preach them there."
In New York.
FlrBt Prison Official Woil have to
stop giving permits to people to go In
and Bee tho prisoners.
Second Prison Official Why so?
First Prison Official Ton much con
fusion. They keep getting in the way
of the fellows who are escnplng.
"There Is one thing I've been won
"How racing men tako Joy rides In
"I'm afraid Jukes is a regular
"Oh. no. Jukes Is a very Irregular
CDRPS ITCHINO SKIN DISRASES.
r"ol' CnrbnliMlv atnpa ltchin nrt mkM
the akin linuulh. All druKsiils. I'i 'in J lc. Adv.
We have noticed that tint men who
die for women nearly always do so at
tho hands of an Injured husband.
LKWIS' Simile Kinder, "truielit ne n'-ny
niukcrt prefer them to 10c ciKura Adv.
People will encourage your fads as
long us you are willing to squander
your money on thorn.
Mrs. WinsUiw's Soothing Hyrup for Oil)1rti
trethlnff, Hoftfii the fniniN, timIutph intliiinniu
lion, allay biiit in, rurcft wind rolic.Sk a tMjule.JUi
The more tho trusts want tho less
the common people get.
S I'd I IN MKDICAL. CO., (heiul.l.
EVERY OULO SHOULD HAVE THE
Faultless Starch Twin Dolls
Miu UHj Wfcita ud Pboetx Prims.
If yrm Will 00 th bt irtrrh ttiftdft both of thrmm
Thu ii ilia, otu U 1-1 'I ln htm blttti it'l ruiy t cot oiifc
r 1 ututT. will Im M'nl tj mnr nliin, pout ixl, on ro
oii(t nf nil f mnUof lUi't'ut r iaiilt Iiim murcbiXBrkHiffMi.
or twiflvs froutit of 6 ocut rinUt-M4 biun-fi pi-kfwi
"l H (MatH In ajtnniisj lo cover Mtut mnd padiiiiir.
(r flthxr doll will de wnt ou nrtM tt of ti,rn tU cent
fi-oiiU nr six & '() t IrofiLa an) 4 c in luwn. 'ut
CUl tills R'i. It Vil l.O '! ftwJ la llaW.f UUO 10
Ck-ut f nmt, ur two b tDt fni)U OuJjf outt s.u will
Ix hocjA'd ulth ti-fi siniltcittion.
' iini iiiiimj ii ii urn n in ii mi ii
Van VUat-MansflsW PruB Co.,
The Experience of Two Girl
Here Related For Tho
Benefit of Others.
Rochester, N. Y. "I have a dsojrb
ter 13 years old who haa always beet
very healthy until recently when aha
complained of dizziness and cramps every
month, so bed that I would have to keep
her home from school and put her to bed
to pet relief.
"After Rivinj? her only two bottles of
I.yilm K. l'iiikhnm'a Vepctnblo Com
pound she is now enjoying the best of
health. I cannot praise your Compound
too highly. 1 wnnt every pood mother
to rend w hat your medicine has done for
my rhild." Mrs. UuilAlin N. I)l'N!UM.
SI! Exchange St, Rochester, N.Y.
Stout-sville, Ohio. " I sulTerod from
headaches, backache nnd was very irreg
ular. A friend ad-
vised me to take
Lydia K. Pinkharn'
pound, and before I
had taken the v(:olo
of two bottles 1
found relief. 1 am)
only sixteen years
old, but I have bet
ter health than for
two or three yearn.
I cannot express my
thanks for what Lydia K. Pinkham'
Vegetable; Compound bail done for mo.
I bad taken other medicine but did not
find relief. "-Miss Cora B. PoKNAtltUI.
Stoutsvillo. Ohio, R.F.D., No. 1.
Hundreds of such letters from moth
ers expressing their gratitude for what
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine times in ten when the liver h
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do it duty.
stipation, In- ,
and Diatrris After Eating.
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