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EARLY MOLTING OF CHICKENS
Western Poultryman Gives Excellent
Method of Controlling Hens In
Moat people believe that If thojr can
force their hcn3 to molt carlr thoy
will lay more eggs during tbo season,
but this Is not true. Hens that havo
molted Jato will lay more eggB during
tho winter than tho early molters.
Tills has been shown by tho moat
careful experiments, but tho facts nro
not generally known.
Molting hens requlro a large amount
of feed containing nitrogen such ns oil
meal, meat and other feeds rich In pro
tein. Molting can bo forced by cutting
down tho feed of hens ns It has been
shown by experiments that scantily
fed hens begin molting earlier than
those on full feed, but tho former do
not finish molting much earlier.
Starred hens molt mora uniformly
than others and this Is particularly
notlcoablo In hens two or thrco jtara
In an experiment conducted by tho
Cornell experiment station It was
found that on a basis of 100 hens tho
fed flock produced eggs to tho alue
(if (20.97 more than by tho Gtarved
Tbo total Income from all tho birds
was $27S for the started flock and
$1180 for the fed flock, a difference In
favor of natural molting for tho year
of about $05.
X western poultryman of long ex
perlonco glvei bli method of control!
Ing molting as follows-
As soon as the hens are through
la lug ho turns them out on nlfalfa,
feeding them dry bran only. In addi
tion. Under this treatment they get
thin. Then ho feeds them a mixed
ration of grains and meat, giving a
llitht feed in tho morning nnd nil they
will eat at noon and nlgnt. Under
thlil treatment they finish molting
quickly, get new feathers and begin
laying In September. Hy October 1
thy are all In good laying condition
and make a proflt through tho fall
PLYMOUTH ROCK IS POPULAR
Bloeky Shape Makes Them Excellent
Breed for Drollers Much Favored
as Utility Fowl.
Tha Dnrrod PI) mouth Itock Is with
ut n doubt tho most popular breed
n( chickens In tbli country more of
thesi nro found on tho farms than
any other breed. On special poultry
farms tho Leghorn Is a very popular
breed, and In tho poultry farming
districts tho Ithodo Island rteda nro
utmost exclusively used, says a
wrllor In .tho Kural Now Vorker As n
general utility fowl tho Wynndottes
SI ftrfllPv ' : ,
Prlie Winning Rock.
are socond In popularity to tho flocks,
tho white variety being tho most pop
ular. Their bloeky sbnpo makes them an
excellent breed for broilers. I.lko tho
I'l) mouth Itocks nnd Ithodo Island
Hcds, they lay a brown egg. The Leg
horns lay n whlto egg, and In this re
spect thoy have a Blight advantage, as
most markets prefer the white egg.
though thero Is no dlflercnco In tho
ipialltles of eggs with a brewn or a
Overcrowding ducklings will Induca
Kerosene is suro death to lice, if
nppllcd as n spray.
Hens suffer from overeating ns
much hs from starving
It Is provoking to have lions steal
their netitB this time at the year.
The feeding of onions to laying hons
lias produced an onion flavor in ens.
A hen egg-bound will be seen to
vUlt tho nest repeatedly without re
tilt. Fodder corn makes (In green food
for poultry of all afe. Try It fed
Many will reatlio this fall and win
ter that the early-hatched chick is the
It Is not advisable to allow duck
lings bathing water beforo tbo woath
r U warm and pleasant
Market at once all malea not kept
for breeders, nnd all pullets that havo
not kept pace with tbo rest ot tbo
IF sFfSc ra A '
UMIIERTO. tho futuro king of Italy. Is here seen playing In tho park of tho
sisters, left to right tho Princesses Jolando, Mafaldact and Gtovanna.
HAS FLYING AUTOS
Motor Car With Wings Is Latest
in French Capital.
Successful Experiments Have Been
Made With Machines That Combine
the Principles of the Automo
bile and the Aeroplane.
Paris. Paris Is gocsiplng over the
latest typo of motor car ono with
wings. M. llertrand do Lesseps re
cently droro some dlstanoo from tho
capital In a machine thus equipped.
SI. FIUppI Is another kenrchcr lu tho
samo Hold, who has been even more
successful. Flllppl based his trials on
tho principle of tho bird's wing and
allied at producing n propeller which
should rcalizo tho samo effect as the
beat of a bird's wings in the air. The
propeller evolved is not a screw, but
a brldo of wood, broader and thicker
In tho center than at the extremities,
ono of which tapers off nearly to a
point. Tho other Is comparatively
wide, looking like a wing, concafe on
ono side and convex on tho othor.
Furthermore, both ends are curved
backward, forming an obtuse angle.
Tho whole Is Inclosed in a cago and
measures only about 55 IncbPS in dia
meter, not projecting beyond tho
gauge of tho cur in any direction. Tho
maximum speed is 2,100 revolutions
a mlnuto. This air propelltug systpni
enables tho constructor to dispense
with tho most delicate nnd compli
cated parts of tho machinery at pres
ent employed no moro gear boxes are
required, ts a change In tho num
ber of rotations Is substituted for a
ihange of gear, while progress back
ward is obtained by reversing the
movement of the wing. This backward
rotation also serves as a powerful
brake when going downhill, nnd does
away with "differentials" and back
In traveling tho friction Is reduced
to a minimum, nnd tho car seems
hardly to touch tho ground, raising
no appreciable dust, and consequently
Indicting but slight woar and tear on
thu tires, while tho comfort of tho
passengers is improved.
appearance tho car used recently re
sombled an ordinary torpedo type, but
tho rear part forms an extension,
from which projects tho axle carrying
tho wing. Tho 40 horse-power motor
Is In front, and connects with tho
wing by transmission chains. There
Is no other mechanism, and the wheels
all run free like the front wheels of an
WROTE GIRL OF PLAN TO DIE
Young Woman Hurries to the Place
and Hears Shot Man Will
South Orange. 2 J. Writing a noto
to tho girl he loved but could not mar
ry because he has a wife living, and
stating therein that be Intended to kilt
himself, Julian Dillon, twenty-two
years old. sent a bullet Into his shoul
der. The note, which wss written to
Miss Marie Blanchet, advised her ot
the place he hard chosen to end his
life, so she, with Miss Mario Don
nelly, a (ompanlon, hurried to the
place In order to picvent the act.
As the two )oung women approach
ed, Dillon waved his band from a dis
tance nnd disappeared Into tLo woods.
Then they heard a shot. Charles
Stlastny ot Vose avenue happened
along, and discovered Dillon lying In
the bushes. He sent tor the police.
The wounded man was taken to the
Orange Memorial hospital, where tho
bullet was extracted with little trou
ble. Ho U expected to recover. He
told the police It was an accident, hut
he will probably bo placed under ar
rest on his recovery.
Dillon Is the son ot wealthy parents,
both of whom are dead, but bo' never
CHILDREN OF ITALY AT
ordinary automobile. Ono lever only
Is used to start, and move forward
or backward, by reserving tho rota
tion of the wing, nnd there is one
pedal by which ex tra. brake power is
The wholo car weighs about 1,320
pounds, or, with Its three passengers
and the neceonry equipment, about
2.000 pounds. A start was made about
4 o'clock In tho morning, In tho pres
ence of several spectators, and after
showing off its capabilities In various
preliminary maneuvers the car went
off on its Journey of 300-odd miles
amidst cheers. Tho travelers sent
telegrams reporting progress from dif
ferent points on the way, and arrived
safely at Lyons. Tho future trade In
terests Involved In this experience
may prove of Immense importance,
and tho new type of wing may turn
oi't superior to tho screws so com
monly used in tho aeroplane. In tho
trials mado by M. Flllppl with a view
to finding tho best shape for tbo wing
the present model gave 70 per cent
of power, which Is at least 10 per
cent moro than has yet been pro
duced by the best known screw propel
ler of the usual type.
GIRL AND BEAR SURF PALS
Oared by Companion, Young Woman
Braves the Waves With Bruin
at Venice, Cal.
Los Angeles, Cal. Miss Anna Fred
cricks, a pretty bench girl, went swim
ming through the breakers at Venice
accompanied by a half grown cinna
For a whllo it looked as If the groat
seal of California had come to life
and bad gone forth for a paddle In the
Miss Fredericks was one of the
thousands of bathers along the ocean
front Sho was clad In an attractive
silk bathing suit and was accompa
nied by uoveral friends, when It. I.
Plcrco of Pasadena strolled by leading
two half-grown clnnamou bears which
In gonoraliho secured In northern California
when tho bears wcro only a few
"I daro )on to take ono of tho bears
in swimming," said n friend to Miss
Tho )oung woman took tho dare.
Her escort, after futile attempts at
dissuasion, secured one the bears The
little animal was quite tame and trot-
shared In the estate because ho mar
rled, n few years ago, a chorus girl.
It is reported here that his wife de
serted him when she found that he
would not have wealth. Ho lnia been
living at tho Hotel Belmont. Now
York, making frequent trips to South
Orango and pa) Ing attention to Miss
MRS. BELMONT IS MARKETER
Society Woman Does This as a Pro
test Against Petty Craft
Newport. It. lMrs. O. II. P. Bel
mont is doing her own marketing this
summer as a protest against a )s
tem ot petty graft, which she says has
become woll-nlgh universal lu tho
households ot the wealthy summer
"This system of graft, by which em
ployees proflt at tho expenso of em
ployers, Is oil wrong," says Mrs. Del.
mont. "We pay our olds good wages,
for which they are expected to do a
certain service. It Is certainly unfair
for thorn to expect to make a large
aum ot money on commissions that
aro bound to come out ot the pockets
ot tbclr employers."
royal palaco at Itocconlgl, with his
I HONOR TO BRITISH GENERAL
People of Orockville, Ont., Laud ths
Memory of Commander Who Won
Detroit In War of 1812.
Ilrockvllle, Ont. A monument In
honor of the memory of Gen. Sir
Isaac Ilrock, who was In command of
tho Canadian forces against tho Amer
icans In the war of 1812, was unveiled
In this city with Interesting hut mod
est ceremonies. The local chapter of
tho Daughters of tho Empire, to whoso
efforts tho erection of the monument
is due, mis In charge of tho ceremo
nies. Tho principal address was de
livered by Col. Samuel Hughes, tho
Canadian minister of militia and de
fense. Tho date Tor tho unveiling of tho
memorial was appropriately chosen",
slnco It was Just 100 years since the
surrender of Detroit, with which
event the name of General Ilrock Is
most closely associated In American
Gonerat Ilrock was born In tho
island of Guernsey in 17C9 and had
a brilliant military career In the Brit
ish r.enlco before he was Bent to Can
ada. Ho was made a knight of tho
Hath for his lctory at Detroit, but
he survived bl3 honors less than two
ted down to the surf lino with Miss
Thousands of beach visitors throng
ed tho water front to watch the novel
performance. At first the llttlo bear
snorted and fussed as tho spray
splashed over his nose, but finally
with a llttlo f runt, ho ducked into tho
breakers and followed tho leash which
Miss Fredericks carried.
GIVE MEN SOCKS TO WOMEN
Chinees Who Take Ship Passengers'
Clothes Make Odd Mistakes In
San Francisco, Cal. The Chinese
aro assimilating Caucasian customs
fast, but their Inability to differentiate
between mabcullno und femlnlno garb
or to understand why half hose aro
worn only by men caused sixty-two
cabin passengers of the liner" Man
churia much Inconvenience at Shang
hai three weeks ago.
Tho Manchrla, which arrived from
tho orient recently, was ordered Into
quarantlno at Shanghai because ot tho
death of a steerage passenger from a
communicable disease, and all pas
sengcrs were ordered ashoro to tako
a plunge In a germ-killing solution.
Each was assigned a bathroom and
tho clothing of each wns taken away
for fumigation. Tho Chlneso neglect
ed to mark tho clothing. A scdato
man of sixty received a corset In lieu
ot his waistcoat. Many of tho women
received men's socks, others no stock
ings at all, while many garments
went astray, never to be restored to
Captain Dixon, veteran ot many a
storm, lied to his cabin when tho wom
en appealed to him.
FIND WHISKY IN HAY WAGON
Police Hold 5C0 Dottles for Bashful
Claimant at Wilmington, North
Wilmington, N. C Five hundred
bottles of "Turkey Mountain" com
whisky, noatly packed away In gunny
sacks, await an owner tit tbo local po
lice station. A wagon ostensibly
loaded with hay broke down in the
htreet anil when the police, "seeing the
trouble from afar," arrived on the
scene the negro river took to his
heels, leaving the property without a
claimant. Following a senatorial cam
paign against "blind tigers" here a
week ago, no one has the temerity to
claim tbo goods.
(By K. O. BttLLEnfl. Director of Evening
Department, Tho Moody Bible Institute,
LESSON FOR SEPT. 22.
FEEDING THE FIVE THOUSAND.
I.KSSOM TPXT-Mnrk 0.30-H.
GOI.DIIN Ti:XT-"Josu wild unto
them, 1 am the bread ot life." John U.K.
This parablo marks tho high level
of tbo jcar ot popularity In tho llfo of
our Lord. It Is uuch an Important
mlraclo as to bo tho only one recorded
by all four gospel writers.
Tho returning disciples (v. 30) aro
urged by tho Master to como with hltn
Into n desert place that they might
rest, nnd also that ho might comfort
ibclr hearts over the death of John
tho Uaptlnt. "They had no leisure."
Jesus knew tho need nnd also tho
proper use of leisure. Hut tho multi
tude would not grant this and flocked
lo his retreat In tho desert. They saw
and followed that they might listen
to his gracious words or behold somo
new wonder, but Jesus nUo saw nnd
ministered, v. 21. Carllslo said ho snw
In Hngland "forty millions, mostly
Tools." Not so with Jcsu3. Ho saw
and was moved, not with sarcasm, but
with compassion, which compassion
took a tangnblo form of service. It is
Interesting to noto In verso 3t that tho
rorapasslon of Jesus led him first of
all to teach. It is better to teach n
man how to help himself than to help
tho man. Wo nlko Infer from this
verse that tho soul of n man Is of
mero value than his bodv. It Is not
enough, however, to say, "God bless
you, bo fed nnd warm," when n man
(s hungry. So It Is that Jesus listened
to his dlclples when they saw tho
physical need of tho multitude.
A Great Task,
St. John tclla us In this connection
of tho conversation with Philip. Phil
ip lived In Ilethsalda uoar by, yet to
feed this multitude was for him too
great a task, even with his knowlcdgo
of tho resources at hand, John G:5-7.
Yet we need not bo surprised at Phil
ip's slowness of faith. Moses In Uko
manner wbb once nonplussed how to
feed six thousand In tho wilderness,
tco Num. 11:21-23. It Is not so much
ua to how great tho need nor how lit
tle wo poitess, but rather Is tho little
given to Ood.
Another disciple, Andrew, who had
discovered tho Saviour unto Peter, dis
covers an though In desperation a boy
whoso mother had thoughtfully pro
vided bim with a lunch consisting of
fivo barley biscuits and two small
dried herring (John 6:0), at least that
much remained. It Is a great com
mentary upon tho tide of Interest at
this time that this boy should not
have eaten his lunch, for a boy's hun
ger Is proverbial. It seems as though
JesUB emphasizes tho holplossness of
'ho dlclplos In order that ho may show
his power. His command, "glvo y
them," (v. 37) teaches us that wo aro
to glvo such as wo have, not look to
others, nor do our charity hy proxy.
Prov. 11:21. 25.
Again the Saviour asks his disciples
to sco (v. 38) as though ho would
teach them tho boundless resourced of
tils kingdom. Givo what you havo and
ho will bless and Increase It to tho
supplying of tho needs of the multi
tude. Tho secret of success was when
he took the loavos and "looking up"
for God also saw on that day, and
Wo need to observe tho systematic
procedure. Tho pcoplo seated or ro
cllnlng upon tho ground In ranks or
Uy companies. Tho Master blessing
and breaking the boy's cakes aud giv
ing first to the disciples, for God only
works such miracles through human
ngenclcs, and then giving to tho peo
ple. Tho result of this systematic pro
cedure was that "all did cat," nnd
further, they wero satisfied, v. 42. Not
alone, however, was thero Dlvlno or
der and lavlsbness, but thero was
economy nnd thrift ns well, for Jesus
gavo careful directions as to the frag
ments. Tbo lavlsbness Is shown by
tho fact that the baskets Into which
the fragments wero gathered wcro
each largo enough In which to sleep.
Tho conversation process was a
ntlnglng rebuke to the Improvident
orientals, and to the present day prodi
gals of that wonderful bounty with
which God has blessed our land.
God gives to Us that wo may use.
Joy dies unless It Is shared. Josus,
the living broad (John C:4S) will satis,
fy hunger, and llfo, as bread, gener
ates in tho human body boat, energy,
vitality, power, otc, bo he would feed
tho hungry souls of mankind. Wo
havo at hand tho Word; It Is for lack
ot It that men dlo in the deepest sense
of that word.
Tho poverty and perplexity of tho
disciples In his presence and tbo pres
ence of this great need Is being re
peated over and over today and yet It
Is absurd. Wo havo not enough to
foed the multitude. Our few loaves ot
amusements, mental activities, otc,
will not feed them, but when wo break
unto them the Living Bread thoy havo
enough and to spare. Tho words ot
tho late Maltblo llnbcock aro appro
priate In this connection:
Back of the leaf Is the snowy flour.
And back of the flour the mill.
And back of the mill Is tho wheat am)
And tha sun, and the Father's wilt
SYMPATHY, BUT NO APOLOGY
Lawyer's Tart Remarks Not Greatly
Softened by His Rejoinder
When "Called Down."
Andrew Lipscomb, who practices
law beforo tho courts of Maryland,
waa trying his ilrst caso beforo a
Judge namod Merrick. Lipscomb,
wishing to Impress tho Judge, wns, In
the Innguago of tho bar, right llppy
In his remarks to tho eminent gentle
man. Flnnlly, Merrick lost patience
"Sit down! Sit down, sir' If you
don't sit down I'll lino ou for con
tempt of court,"
Lipscomb sot down, but turned to a
young lawyer bosldn him, and re
marked. In an undertone.
"That's tho cnistltfBt, most oplnlon
nted old Judgo I over saw. I'll show
him whero ho gets off. He's an old
"If you talk llko that, I'll beat up
up!" replied the young lavv)er U s
"How sad!" said Lipscomb, smomli
ly. "How sad." Popular Magazine
ECZEMA 'IN RED BLOTCHES
203 Kantor Ave , Detroit Ml-1-"Somo
time last summer I was uk -i
with eczema. It began In my h i r
first with red blotches, then sc I
spreading to my face. Tho bloti-i .
were red on my faco, dry nnd ec iv
not large; on my scalp they wi re
larger, somo scabby. They camo oi
my hands. Tho lnsldo ot my han !
wero all llttlo lumps as though full M
shot about ono-slxtcenth of an In r
under tho akin Then they wn to
tho outsldo and between nnd all over
my fingers. It also began on the t
toms of my feet and tho calves of m
legs, nnd Itch, oh, my! I hover ) ii
anything llko It nnd hopo I never w I
ngaln. The Itching was terrible My
hands got so I could scarcely wont
"I tried dlfferont eczema olntm i
but without results I also took mi l
clno for It but It did no good I -1
tbo advertisement for a sample i
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for one. They did me so murh c
I bought somo more, using th i i
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"Why did papa havo appendl,'
nnd have to pay tho doctor a tliuu-
"It was God's will, dear."
"And was It becauso God was n
r.t papa or pleased with the doctor '
Important to Mothora
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Children Cry for Fletcher's Castor
A man has no uso for a woman
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