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WATCH 81. LOCIS.
The Greatest World's Fair the
world has ever seen will be held a
St. Louis in 1904. To keep in
touch with the work of preparation
for thu gieat World'a Fair and to
get all tbe newt ot all the Earth,
every reading person should at once
ubi.crile for tbe great newspaper
of St. Louis, the (J LOBE-DEMOCRAT.
It stands pre-eminent and
alone among American newspapers,
and acknowledges no equal or rival.
Its circulation extends to every stste
and territory of the Union, to Cana
da and Mexico, and to every part of
the world where there are reader of
the F.nglih language. Jt ought to
be in jour home during the ccrrting
year. See advertisement eUewhere
in this Ufue.
A MOST tlCLRM C.ltR.
All our fnnwr readerv should take
advantage of theuiiprvtvdeiiledrhil-
Mug ofter we thin year make, which
luelude with thU lKiier, The Live
Stisck In-llcMor, It Svlul Fartner'a
lnlitule F.dllloUN nud the l'oultr.v
Kanner. Thetx' thr-e puMlcatlom
re the N-ct of tlu-lr i1hm and ltou!d
tw In every fnrm home. To them we
add, lor local, county and general
rrn t, our own pujH-r. ond make thn
prti-e of tbe four one yenr only fl.i'i
Never U-tore wa no much iitertor
readlnft mutter ffcrtd for o Muaf
an amount of money. The three pa
era named, which werluti with our
own, are well known throughout
tlk Vtt, and commend them lve
to the render ' tavoraMe atteinhxi
upou mere mention. The HveStocsi
Indkalor 1 the great t;rlciilniral
and live Un k pa r of the Ve-t.
The Poultry Farmer In the iiuwl
prnctU itl jultry in-r for the farm
er. hlle The SHrUl Farmer limtl
tute F.ditlomt are the uut practk-al
puMlcntlou fvr the promotion f
gixvl (nriulng exer pul-lUhed. Take
advnntjtge of tht fcrv' fli-r. mm It
vt III hold gMx) for A Khort time tmty.
Kniiih- of Umw jmivm may ters
aiitlut by calling at thU ollliv.
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flr$t and Ttlrd TDeS -
3)$tj( fccb. Month.
to Agent K. C. S. Hy., or write
S. ti. WARN lilt, CI. P. & T. A,
Kicm City, Mc,
EOYS KEEP DISCIPLINE.
a Police Patrol System In fftw Ywk
A complete patrol system, with ita
conitnisi-ioncr, deputy coiiiniir'-ioner,
captain, scrpennts and patrolmen,
a. miniature counterpart cf the New
York police depart mi nt,exUtt in on
cf tlie city's public schools.
Hi unusual system of school dit
cipliiw has born in existence for four
years and U bet n a remarkable sue-,
Dicninjr with writer for the d-"- Tic Arab world la it Kalter
New York World this odd juvenile LnZ "ni ia EOP. to e
department, the priricipsl vt thii J'Jj; inSyriA, fcwdoien. Strirf
t,h.A Vi,h ,f ),. Uree.t
in the cilv, recently raid:
"The paired force was organized to
maDdpe the bojj b n they are in
the building- but rot under the re
strains of their rcectiie tent-hcr.
A principal I am rt-ccgniaed at
the commi-siotK-r of thi jiatrol, and
the higheft rode male teacher i my
firrd doputy. All offices f ubordirjate
to the first deputy are bf Id by boys.
"We Lave t(K) boygj aj1d among thif
numlx r are many bo thouph unmi
takable failures in the daroom at
grammar or arithmetic, (.how marvel
ous disciplinary ability as captain?,
erpeants or patrolmen.
The captains past judgmf nt upon
mi-crr-ants bo, from lack of -lf-coctrcl
or downright villainy, are
taken intoc-u.-tody by the pa t red men.
"(f course they are not empow
ered to jiuni-h in violatkn e.f tlie
school by-law?; they hare a irw-thod
whoL'y tLtir o n, tud it i UruaJly r.f
f t live.
"Xot mary days ago one of these
captain-judge si severely rebuk
ing a violator of school rules. A co
pious flow of tear? seemed to indicate
extreme penitence in the culprit.
When tbe judgme nt had been passed
and it ws by no nicans a mild one
from the punched one's point of
view tbe captain was aked bow be
managed to withstand the tearful
plea for men v.
'liab!' ea'id he, 'th(e were fate
tears. I've uce-d them myself.'
"Tbe penalty in most rates con
sists in being r'tx.rted to the regu
lar teaeher, and in oing, as a conse
quence, valued U-tt imocials and privi
lege." DISTASTEFUL FOOD.
How a Peraoo'e Likea acd Dislikes
Affect the Digestive Organ.
Sitne reniaiktble expcrimenti to
show the cu!iipartic digestibility
of different f.xd3 have m- ctlv been
concur tea ly lTi-r. l'low nuoD
dogs, say t the lioston Budget. These
experiment ere described by Dr.
Iujuhhu, in La Itv ut :
The gullet of the animal wu cut
in sections and fixed to the deck, so
that when it ate the food merely fell
to the ground, and tbe stumach was
divided into to irt., one where
no fvd as alloaed to jcnctrate,
the other iuto m hit h a put the
ftH-d r.cee-ary to keep trdoga!ie.
The roultt of the? eipenment
proved that the mere offering to tbe
dog of food nl.ith be liked caused
au abundant secretion of gastric
ijuiee, although of course nothing had
entered the st 'ii ndi. If he ere
fien a dainty, nvt merely food whit h
! he lsked the fkw of rsstric iuire
as much im.re abundant that is.
f.x-id taken without appetite will fall
into a stemat h without any gastric
juice ready lor it. 1 be work tif dt-
ettii-n fiitiu-i!v supposed, toeu
1 ti all riUt if er.ly )uu an ret the
fo'd to the stoma h. The 1 'aw low
tlpriimcntf show tbut it is cillur
net digested at a.! or very badly di
Again, the brain trartftnitt it or
der to the stomai h by meant cf two
tuu-umo-ga.tric r.crvcs. l'rof. Paw-
low cut these rieie$ on a si-t-eiallv
"prepared" dog. Then he gate tie
some raw meat, whuh again, of
cour-e, did n. t re3ih the ttomaih,
but no drop cf ea.-trii.- june was se
creted. No method of mechanic!
4-xcitenu lit pre-duced tny juice. And
if, ur.known to the dog, without
arouirg in him the idea of food,
bread or cen.ked w bite of cpg w ere in
tioduocd into the ston.aih they re
mained hour without cauin tl.l
least secrttic-n cf gastric juice. Put
after a.hniiiisterirg cxtrait of meit
or milk first tbe secretion was pro-
Tbe magnitude of the Ksccriai,
1,1.. .... w- : u ...1 . 1 . :
r. fro,,, xh, tlx h.t a wo!d
jlskf fourdayt to go through all the
j ronis and apart ntcit. the lerjlh cf
;the way U r$ rcvkic.d at l.vFxe-
SuicU la Ea4ta.
SuU-ide ia l".i k'!-nd l cUin.cJ
nctt'y .C0 uui.4 ia tit jt tali
THOUSANDS OP SfOVELS.
X Vanber Printed Every Year
From 8,000 u I0,0e0 novels J early
appear the world r. They are but
t share of Ik ertfh't p?t nrr-am :l
print, but they iJt the larjret hae.
Japan, cc-cri ir r to tie Il vi cf He
Tie, coutribuUa & round ball thou
land in 1S35, There are t
"couple of hundred ia Ind.a I'-ttere
m iBCl tnreing to tene u prr
woriti are tcey. ooir.e iTf f Lyiemts
aided to equip read irg room f-,r
' Arab ucmigrastK, and were agbiit ai
the tew LovtU f.en attat typewrit
ten trinilaUon of a few paes At
fprc-ad before tkr-ra- Jiparjefefittioa
u pasticg from the iisUnnixiableCbi
nee romance to fiction modeled on the
Enrrpcan dotcL la northwest India,
Jloilcm Lurlsov, on the aj pciitcd
day, filit the stre?U
monthly numbers of tbe last rc.rx.ance
comet frcrh from the press.
Italy and Spain, between them, is
sue from to COO novels in a year,
the largest country tbe largest half.
France, the world" txhoolmaiter in
fiction, print GCO Toliane; a year,
Scandinavian Europe as many more,
centering for ptevkm at Copen
hagen. Russia supplies, on an aver
age, year by yeay, from 00 to 1.000.
Its vaft milliont are onlettered, but
the apjKtite of its small rcm-sted
classes, social conditienj. ax.c tbe ab
sence of Lbrarie and new s pipers,
ttiimilate reading. Each lesser
tongue in Europe has its bundre-d or
two of novels, but tbe editions are
smalL A sale of ,CM to 10.0X c-cp-ie
is the lucit ef tuceess for a tew
Tbe great fird cf novels cx-mes,
aftcx IL, from the two great branches
of the reeding Teston race f rora tbe
;0,000,000 who speak German and t he
120,000,000 who speak English- To
gether, these toegves yearly issue
nigh 4,C00 title in fiction, juvenile
and Eove !s together half the world's
stories. Duplications reduce tbe rew
Cction cf Great Uritain and America
to some 2,000 separate titles, about
cne-tbird written in thi country and
about two-third in England. Gor
man fiction, it must be rcniembe red,
includes all greater Germar.y Aus
tria, as well as the mere northern e m
pire; the German of Jwiuoriai.d as
well as of Hussiaand that of the out
lying fringe in ether lar.es where,
as in Belgium or Holland, there has
begun a German renaissance en the
border. Short of n bool book, eo
editions in any land equal tho.-e cf
fiction, and their title average a
fifth of those published of substan
OUR LIMITED PERCEPTIOXS.
Sdeatltt woader Way we Ear 5s
More Tata Five Sentet.
The universe i narrowed to the
limit of our perceptions. It is cot
the same to ail jhtmC!s it may be
very different to the even more im
perfect facu!tit of other animals.
Abbe Morcaux suggests that if n an
could perceive tbe u'tra-iiwKt ray,
as lubiHk has found the ai ts do,
he might tee a whole lard-f apesbm
iug iu a light ubknown lu u i.ow,
while the Bonr.al n an would be in
daiknes. To the cokr bliud. UfUal-
ly tuuble to distinguish red from
gree n and black, while seme perceive
110 yellow or blue, the world is re t the
same at to the average individual.
If our eye were attuned toihethcr-mo-chcitiical
vibrations revealed bv
the bolometer, the visual scale woUd
be transposed, and instead of the
stars now sevn, we should perceive
thoe whose lht ha Wen l..rg ex
tirguisehd, the tun would ;-jar
surreund-d by it ever-ebsi.iSrg
corona, curr. ctj of hot air would be
come visible hke snow squalls-, ard
tbe science of heat would g;e cp its
secret. There are other ibrat ions
electric waves. X-rays, and soon
to which we do not rcpomI. The
ble wonder why we have cr.ly f.e
tenses, how they were dci lepod.ard
whether die rent esviromm ct would
have evened other jcr jtne crgars.
lloggiBf tut GawlUrt,
Drastic order have Wn iued hj
the goicrnorvf a district is bu
lla in rtfertnet to the j tee t-f
ghuiblirg in that dittub AU jnr
sons who iltj card art btUe to le
mtcJ ltd t;e l(.0Ujhc,intd
iittion to tcirg compelled, to wer
arv-ucd their peckt for cr. rh 1 th a
n;eul ring suih as cvuicts war.
Art o.'b. itl
1.1 v .
evi aii i
Tbe rfitu power if tL d.a
BsoEd i S.tT; tUt tf r.l crysul
A.t U U
y r - 'r
What Shall We
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