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fRnrON flRSTR Al WT-
MAN of tbe public health
irvlo bus brn buying
urh rimnt1tlrn of live rnb
bit lately, (or una In hl
buslnfss, tbat. In response
.0 lniuiry, be tu fflt
obliged (o eiplaln thit the
animals are wanted not for
vivisection, but tor the
tminnfariure of scrums and antitoxins.
Ttii'y ar dosd with small quantltlos
of disease germs again and again uotl,
having Iwn "hjiierimmunlzed" by
this means, their blood contains an
anti-poison iitllfzable aa a cars for the
malady, wbntivcr It may be. In hu
Mlthrldates of old. the celebrated
king; of I'ontua. vat o afraid of beln?
1 oisoned, that he d"ed himself con:
statttly with small quantities of vari
ous klii'ls of poisons In ordfT that he
rnlrht btM-oni In a measure proof
salnst them. Practically the aauia
mot hod Is adopted by the publlo
h'alth si-rvlr. wfclrh, In the manner
isrrlbd, "hyperimrnuntites" auch
Animals as shwp, horses, cowt and
rabbit, with a view to the subsequent
employment of their blood for th"
cure or prevrntlou of disease. It Is
"by tMa Bfini, for Instance, that diph
theria antitoxin li obtained.
My the mime means It la hoped to
vpcure a sntli-factory aonim for the
treatment or prevention of In bubon
ic plague. Alrvady, In India, the
jilagtie "vaccine" has bwo obtained
imado by brttding tbe germs of the
!lseae In lw-ff soup, and then killing
them by heat, the resulting fluid blng
administered by hypodermic Insertion.
This Is a matter of extreme Impor
tance. Inasmuch as the malady in
Ci'sMon la at the pro-rent time threst
nlns to rnr;KP o;ir own country.
Our (.' v.-nnient. dnrln the .vt fis
cal yar. rpor.t JOr.O.OOO In Phting the
plucne on the raclflr coast, and with
in the next twi-lve nirntli It will x
V nd about tl (ViO.000 for the fame
prrposo. From this fact It may b
JmlRvd that the situation In regard to
th-' bubonic dlscaw or black death.
j It usc-d to be call'd In the In!tid
Scat 's JuFt now 1b far from cheorful,
Tiotw Itlmtanding the efforts of the
hrtilth aulhorttii s to inltilmlre alarrn
on the subject.
The truth Is that this most dreaded
and destructive of all human maJadles
seoinr- to have obtRtned a secure foot
hold on the Pacific c5t. where SB-all
epidemics uf It have broken out In sev
eral of the larser cltlos withto the last
three years. Hut the mom serious fea
ture of the situation ll In the rlr-c.imnTani-.
that the btbonlc Infection
has already bi-rornc widely spread
among the mfs of the towns an I the
rroun.l r;trlrr-ls of the rural districts
In thnt n gion
The plnKue Is a rat disease prima
rily It is conveyed to human bflluc
ni w.-ll as to ground sgulrrelnl by
t!." Pea. A ma bMe a flajpio sick rat
and later cm. It bttes a man, thus lo
ocu'stirg the Istter with the deadly
11 l only thrt-ufh quite rrmarkahle
r'vvl lurk thst the malady has not
nlrvady ms.le Its appearance at our
principal Atlantic seaports. This
tr.av well happen, sad the publio
! V'li scrvl.-e (which has lt head
nuartorn at Wtu-hlnpton) has had for
UMiin time part a complete pl.in of
ciiip)lKn mappei out to meet such
an enterp ticy.
Immense ijunntitles of grain and
other merchsndlw are conslsnlly tie
ine nhlj i--t frotn San FYanrlsco mid
other r l(ic coast ports to the F.nst.
Itut arc ojtcn transported with such
no rchat die. nn Invt luntary psss.n
T."ik. hld.V n In grulti sacks, or otWcr
wU,. lwt rne or two plujrvio strl;k n
sikicIiix ns be delivered In New York
and the metropolis would b likely
soon to hae sn rpldruilc on Its
Tiands - tbv Ort wsrntng ,f the out.
br. tl t :s- nffoed'-d by tlio flr.rting of
Isritrt iiiimlers f deed nnd dyiriit rats
alout the wharves aad In the streets.
To flulit the mUchtnf. If It mice givt
stinted In New Tor, the nmul'-loal.'y
would be nM'r(l ts ww a war if
exti rsnliiwtion aalnt rata This would
Involve an exixtiditure of mury nitl
lions cf . dollar much money being
requttrd not onty for ths wholos!
trapping asij poisoning of ths anlmuls,
but aloo for the r at t rooting of s wers,
hoiiws sad particularly bulhllogs tincd
for the storage of food supplls. Kx
perletire Iws shown thst the only way
to g,t rid of such . vermin Is to de
prlve there of food snd hWIng r'ires.
trlhutloo among human belies on two
trlbntion among human betig on two
animals ths rst and the flea It
serves very sttiklngly to Illustrate
what might t ralleil the modern nv
ologlcal anpect of disease. The work
ing Islnuatory of the public health
servtcw In Washington t today. In
deed, a sort ft elation for natural his
tory rex arch, and an official loologist,
Ir. Charles W Stilus. Is In rhair.e of
one of Its most Important departments.
Nowadays, when the study of a dls
esss la begun, suspicions are slways
entertained aaliist one or move ani
mals, a possibly accountable for the
trouble directly or ledlrfctly Just aa,
for rxninplti. the Arru-an cns-odlle Is
charged with maintaining In lis blood
the parasite of "sleeping sickness,"
hlch the dreaded tactso By (after
tilting ths saurian, as 1 alleged l con
vey to human beluga. Similarly, In
our own country tb uiaMgnant ane
mia, which a Hilda hundreds uf thou
sands of peopls la tb sfuuh. baa boeu
absolutely provsd to be dita to mi
Hut "bookworm" that bores through
jrri Th -
LET TA It
ft LA I It
the skin of the feet and. making Its
way to the Intestine, establishes Itself
there as a bloodsucker.
Such problems keep the goverr.iiici.t
health authorities moving. As sood as
one la solved another turns up as, lor
.instance, in ths case of th mysterious
"spotted fever," which hss been mak
ing so much trouble lately In the
mountainous regions of Montana and
adjacent Rocky Mwcnta.n states H
U an entirely new complaint, but ex
trenely fatal, four out of every five
persons attacked by It In the Hitter
Root valley (where It acsuines its
most virulent form) passing speedily
frofn the slok bed to the burjlng
ground. A ckaxacterUlic symptom Is
an eruption of pimply rd spots all
over tke body
Investigation has proved that this
dlaae Is due to a "gnrtn" of some
sort presumably a bacterium, but so
minute as net to te visible under the
microscope which Is carried by a
certata species of weed tick. There
le ao guestlon of the accountability of
the tick, for the malady has been suc
cessfully transmitted. In sn etperi
meAral "ay. through (be medium of
Its btte, from guinea pig to giilnna pig,
from monkey to monkey aad even
fveta human being te human helcg (In
tvso (volunteer) Instances. Some of
the- insects were brought to Wimhlng
ton and car our Aged to lay efjc. which
were duly hatrhvd by Dr HtiW . but
It does not appvar thst more than a
very small minority of tliem. In a
stale of nature, are Infected Thee
exceptional Individual probably ar
quire their Infection by biting some
animal which harbors the germ, but
what animal that Is. nobody knows
Mpekil;g of volunteers, there seems
never to be any lack of tliem, where
rlfka have to be run In the experlrnen
tal study of diseases. It does not mat
f'c how deadly the malady may be.
then are always men ready to tako
their lives In their bunds for such pur
poses, often without reward Such
w fi the case when a mil was Issu -d
In t'uba, In 1!00, fur soldiers willine
to expose, themselves to the bile of
uiosn'illoos carrying the infection of
yellow fever It ws the rase again
recently, when Cipt Charles K Crsig.
of the army medical corpv wanted
men In the 11 lllpplnes for a practical
t"t uf bis theory that dengue, or
' soejCkhomo'- fever, owes Its d'.strlhu
tlon to a mowquitn of another species
- tho tUghr flying rtiicx f atlguu. an In
sect already positively known to
tti canrter of the parasltu thread
worm which causes elephantiasis
Wherever one looks. In the study of
dliieass, one Hod animals of vurlona
khiiH ax-tlug as rn carriers of (ho
genus which nHks the wtsrhlef. Set
ici yet has mnde only a beginning
tlttiibi n-t of iuveutlK itlve work The
Ana(4.eies inosnutio Is known to ho
thn s(4e conveyor and distributor of
Ibe malaria microbe but where did
the microbe of malaria come from
originally? It Is. as everybody knows,
a pretosixm that Is to say, an animal
ornlm of a low form; but Its or
igin Is a punle.
The nunc thing might be snld of
the bucterlal parasites that rs;i. yel
low fever and dengue It Is thought
they are closely related, tbe symptoms
they produce belug somewhat similar,
but nobody ever saw either of thorn
like thu germs of measles and scarlet
fever, they are so minute as to be In
visible, oven under a high power mi
croscope. Aa for dengue, to find some way
of combatting It was of special lm
portnnco from the viewpoint of the
war department, because It was of
r I .lil.lrt.ri.A n (, 1 1. I ( I
rbreaktng out In "eiilonlve epidemics."
and Uit'Hpacltatlng entire companies
ffiir flKbtlng purposes with a sliinil-
I UtiiNHpnsn most dlslresslng The
manner of It spread was sucn aa ob
viously to (xiggeet an Insect agency,
and cules fatigana. always most plen
tiful where and when dengue ap
peared, was naturally suspected.
To test the theory, Captain Craig eJ
posed a nurcb-T of soldiers (volunteer
Ir.e for the purpose In response to an
off-r of JCCK) fclc() to the bias of
niosqultocg of this spf-ig which had
already blttea men sick with dengue.
Twenty or thirty of the Inst-cU.
haichod from eggs in the laboratory,
were f,rM liberated under the mos
quito bar of a dengue-sick soldier, in
order that they might attack him aad
become Infecud, and. a few hours
later, they were removed and placed
beneath the mosquito bar of a well
man In every auch Instance the mal
ady was successfully reproduced, and,
as ft rssult. dengue patiects are ncsr
treatud In the wards of ordinary hos
pltals, no fear of contagion biug en
twrtalnod ao lo::g as mosqjitoe are
prevented from gwttlng at tke sufftir
ers and thus acquiring the infectlcn
for distribution aicocg other pople
The greatist of all uedleal puisiei
at the pretmnt time U caAuor Mor
tallty from other diseases Is steadily
dltuinl.hlcg. owing to Imarevemeuta It
sanitation and In methods of treat
ment. but this dreadful maladj ts kili
Ir.g people faatsr every jear. tfut oi
every tight women wko ssfcs the ag
of forty, one diws of cancer In all
liknlthood the reason why the genu
bug never been discovered Is that, 1U
the mlcrobee of yelWw fever and
msasles. It Is so tluy aa to be uhra-mi
rroseoplc rrohakly It Is carried by
one or more of the lower an Urals, and
science at the pressat lime Is tncuged
In a far reaching Inquiry with a vUw
to solving this branch of the prohleai
Mice have been accud. acd flthaa
likewise, but no near apprnkch seems
to have be. 0 made to a solution of the
mystery. If culy the secrtt. doubtlsk
a simple one. wero known, the discov
ery uf a cure for cancer would not be
A Good ReterL
It Is told of a successful con4Ut
ihat his first bit of popularity wai
KHln. d In a roi.gh mlng toi when
l.e was giving "liupcranuntlvns" In I
hall to a larre but unpleasantly crltt
lie was young, ami nut exactly a'
his eshe. and the freely-delivered coin
menis which grtetod him in hU an
pearitncc werv not rMisurlng : but In
kept on, and gained In Ccibtldencn
Sonic of the sudit.nco, howver. hut
come prepared to amuse thvnviulvt
and did not propose to be balked
After one really ci!inuieuil;bli) lm
personation there was a round of an
plause, hut In the midst of It n grei
cabbage landed on the stau nl tilt
He picked It up, examined It. an-i
then gsslng i-at over the audience
with the bland and Innocent eipms
slou which hss since become unu ol
his ssst-ts. he said:
"Thank you. This Is more than
I had any reason to expect. It Is the
first time any one has ever lost his
huad over my acting Youth's Com
Documents In Unknown Tongue.
Some documents from central As!
iisvf been acquired by the Asiatic so
ciety of Itengal from a Montenegrin.
They con.-.Ut of five leaves of brown
li-b yellow paiwr, measuring eight
Inches by t Inches.
Tho slgnlncance of those five leaves,
the genuineness of which canuot b
doubted, la that scholars are here cevn
fronted with a number of consecutive
passages In a language to which no
clew lias yet been found, and of which
hitherto only fragmuots have been
rescued from the saiiia of central
It la possible that by means of tbeet
five leaves aji Important literary Ian
guaga of whose existence Hie worlS
had no suspicion may fea rescuwd frvite
oblivion. The paging on the revvrss
of eat leaf show that they ones
fuctnetl part of an eitenslve work.
A STITCH IN TIME
Every form of cutaneous disease
could be cured In its Inctplency tf
Jar of Ileslnol Ointment were kept at
bund. A. lllths of t?l excellent Olck
mrnt pplled In time will cffec.tua.'!y
ward off r.nJ cure a itartlng iro-iible
which. If neglected, may prove a Uou
tlesome and often ob'it.nate cute of
Eczema or other disfiguring tkln dis
ease. Tor burns, gfaldi. s!:5.t
wounds, soreg, eruption of poison
Ivy, sunbu.-n. It is a q.i! k sure
remedy, usually curing these troubles
over night. To the unfortunate- suf
ferer with Hemorrhoids (Itching or In
flamtd riles) resitiol oln1i:,'!;t Is In
deed a godsend. The Intense pa-n
and Intolerable itching of this t.-oj-Wa
Is lntiintaneojf !y relieved and a
cure effected In a very short time.
Tha hash room or fau.l!y medicine.
rae Is incomplete If riot eqi!;-id
with Retinol Soap and 0!r,!n.ent.
Tbey are most raluaMo acce?sorii s in
every sdl re-eulated hotis told, at-J
can be obtained at any dn;g store.
Rt-flnol Medicated Ehavii.g Stick is
also hlRhly Brpreclated by men who
regard a good complexion and a face
free from pimple and blotches.
Dooklet on Care of the Fkin ana
Complexion sent free on application.
Resinol Chemical Co., Ha'.tla.ore, Md.
WHERE HE SAVED MONEY.
"You say It costs less to run this
automobile than that trotting horse
"Yes; I used to let on the trotting
Opportunity of Suffrjg St.
P.aroaess Aletta Korff teils in one
of the magatlnes how the women of
Finland came to vote. Tie fact Is
that women bad to show that they
could meet an emergency before the
vote came to them. They have not
bad many opporttui'.tk-s to take the
Initiative In the world's history and
ttey fcav not always recpondej when
the opportunity came, but when a
crisis, such as that In lieil, when the
strike aad the revolutionary outbreak
in Russia took place at the sume time,
occurred, tbey piovej they could
make psaee by doing It. Not until
England and the Tutted States find
the women helping them to bear some
great trouble will tluy gue tt.vm tbo
right to vote.
Wee Anita was ht'.t n:ng to a story
of the Johnstown flood
"What made It?" she asked
"Oil. the dam broke." replied grand
ma. The next momlfig i.he ran Into her
brother s room and, climbing up on the
Led. inqutnd auxkusly: ' lluvver,
wasn't It just drefful 'boat that swear
breaking i.nd killing ail dote pevpie?''
There ar twokiudnof ut.h;ppy pt-o-
plo iti the world those who are sad
because tbey are m l kno n. and thos-e
i who are mli-eralde because they are
Osn't Taks Chances
of huving a sick si n il by
delay, when you notice the
first sin cf Stonuich, Livtr
or Howcl weakness. Act
promptly and get a bottle
of Hostcttcr's Stomach
Bitters. Ytu are then on
the s.ife side because it
quickly restores things to a
normal condition. It is for
Poor Appetite, Cramps,
Fever and Ajue. Get
L 'AT 'wi 1 a a m aa M at tf a a
I hv utTrml ith nW for tbinf
it yvwvrn, lu yrr Urt Ai 1 be-
lUc rvurtff uf a wnk 1 iiolvr4 th tvtrt
wvtk ihey Ut4 tK4 tivuUe too at all.
CaVaCfttYU a- ikttHY WOIn'ci fvkff iur. 1
am i.uilr cuir. aa4 Irel l.k a aew
BaiUM Gckry fci ryUcr, NetpooiMi, O
pt-AMtef, rtVlttthshvW. ltK. (HKd.
14 1obi K - Clfc t.VV V4t V 1IU.
J.lX. KVas KVVf fcv-vt tu-. 1 ta
u iti Mat,, v C C .tiiMnnm m
Mi W4 yvaUT V4kV Itik,
COMING MAN CF EUSINESS
LoriQHesdvsl Veuegster Wht kid
Fair to Graduate lets ftecke
Fti rr.sriy psr.e of g;s la oil Jfr
Vlner gre-nho'ie had been brakes
that be hid at last ;?ered a reward of
10 shilling to anyone who sho-old
give l&?oru,st!n ss to the Ketitlty at
the latest offender. The halt eo'n
drew, a yo-.igtr c:id on Mr
finer and lrforrol Vm that a lad
esTied Aftie Thotrpfn was the
rull'y irr He r-e!v4 hi ressrd.
went assy re)o!f!r.g aid the old ga
'Jen.an forhssth ti;' to tte Urtl
t -hflmaoter, dfir.r.4 eg tte pryio
tton it the ssid Archie TV'tr .. ; ',b. to
n.sVe gd tte dan.sg te tal dvre ;
to Ms w ir.de s. '
N'-rt day the fnff,7Tr.er rii'M sr:n
"Tie sy-booln.asler t ne." te i
fal l trifkiy. ' I ve -eri a glir acd 1
be'll put o';r g' r'gtt for ttr .
I.ii.':ng. Here U is, and"
"Not so fst. u.r Ud." H '-fr fl
eer. Kaie yi. i f,.; n L-ii.f c-f
"V.'t-!1. -r, Ir, a wty," ti'.-i
b y "IV. t i." re c.r.J
c"rr.t;;iy. "I'm t!:: I.i'ica T.t
ll.ts. R-gtt st Here.
N'w- Arrival !o jc-a reccr.Jr
profession, tcy F-vod ttac?
St. Peter I'rof.-si-.-ii? Wbat irc'es
New Arrival (rttai:.v 'VTtT.
didn't you ever bear cf n,T I m one
of the tsr.d.'est harpists that ter
trc-ke. into vaideviilo Pact.
Sturce cf Reeltio.
Twenty -at ven i.tw. crisp tl t;r.s.
says Iiarj-ers Weekly, w-igh cu'h
r.s a $20 gold j 'ere. Wouldn't teve
tho'jght it. ar.d tave lo mui. of
prov.j.g the assertion, but if so it is
; rtbably ns.ru in tcce way to the
recent activity of the intpectcr cf
weights and ceasures.
Important to Idothers
Examine ctr.lal y tve.-y va: cf
OAsiTOKIA. a safe and sure reae-iy for
iL;Ltii and chi.oren, aud atis U.at it
Tears the . , .. "m
S mature cf QuZ&ffi&ZPlt
In fee For Over ;ji Years.
The Kind You Have Always Eo-ght.
Very, Very Easy.
Patience Yc-j cin't dj ar.y-.hitg
Patrice Ob. yes. you can. You can
run in dsbL
ail tr-TO-niTr Hot'EKri:prni
l'ic Red (nw IliiJ Kliie. it nui civtt.es
c.eai ani sweet u w Lew Lew. All gr.rs.
A foci man i predates the nonsense
of a pretty woman more thun be does
the sense of a comely one.
Mrs. WtneUrw-s lamhlns ST-rnpw
rv''v ..1:rn n :.-,.-- ri..
The nun whose llutl Is cot icrce
tlrbcs called never nis-ted
Strong Healthy Women
I! a woman is street and hesltby m e vromsaly wsy, noa
rrbood means to arr but little sunenng. lbs trouble he
ia the tact that the aoany somes surr from wnkaeH sad
difcrsM oi the distinctly iernmute or .! cad see wuittrd
lor moLherhood. T tus can be remedied.
Br. Rerce's Favorite Prescriptica
Carre the weakaeeeee and disortiers of worn aw
It set directly ot tbe deJioate aaj iiaportaQt
organs ceocrae4 ia motaMrbood. aaahiitg Uvea
healthy, strMg vigvrMa, virile aad clastic
'Tsvorite Preorvtioo" KeaUhes the tmiispmitiocn d the
rrrtod of eipec-tsncy end snakes baby's atirrnl easy aa4
eimost painless. It quickroa end vitshics the Irtiuaiae
crtsns, aad iiuurrs a healthy end robust baby. Tbousaade of woesew hav
tctubrd to its irarvrlous merits.
It .Hair H caA (Mien Sirortf. tt Mkn Skk H orns H cA
l!iert druggists do not odcr suhstitiMse, eod ur tlirta urva ixmi e " ht
es g-jod. " Accept no srre ssunua ia place r4 this ea-.Tf mmiv. It
cutitsins ih a drop of alcohol and mot a grsia of hsbit-lirmi:g or tu.urtuus
druf,. 1 a pur (Imnt estrwrt of Urahog. native AmevWaa roots.
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IhlJ fceX.r 4iid O-tr-eWBtrevJ Ita r-VitVtsw a namaiJ t ivw 1 1 ttumWv-a frx'tm I'nttast
Nteat- D ttr tp 'iw.rtuuiin- rm.-a (r H itrsJ vavv i maU uir bs
New vl'.-ttrtv.a twc.tvf pTowl up K wrii.trwvw-ul, Utkj m t,! iwt. tt ,vat, It- pme
e4-r 1 1 -m r-.r vl vrvp. l t.m ,MAarna vJ" 4 asv(4aw4 ouutri- mrm tJhfrta. lo.i
'v.i .-iv.via, aVat-li-l ahra,'tv, .-; al rwtKI t-'Ui hm tUU riklbit l li
Irrvut - H Vki m i4 luuijr fOL
Ullirr, fc.i.r W t.mxiKt - i4 wy tj , t-ufta W -(. j-arr
mi.'. iiv(. iznct el.airta t mr mm fatwCh. l
viiiT ht Fv u Tat am mv
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K m ti'a - a. t. 4 r tv . r a-l-U . ., l.
i-l.Vi!v 1Ur r: i ii 1 ft ir4 i f ausa t fcf
iA-t -m aw tfrTiaid avesaW iaWAk 1 ft -J
ae.s.at.4 vt v " aW tbwVMl -as.
vtu tvarrutft av a ms vr
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V. le. f iawr U b J &aVeV V wl abr(a
. aa Ih etftto rw' V- W lla l I ,i
.. f veV (val "' X ft mh-tV '
wux tiui ttt a vAAiev
wft-aai tal M HU A t.a Ml
"I r4M t,4 .tJ
Wr i . j b ,1 h -wesba m.-Ot lU
ibtrj , v w. -k.y. a , a ,"
-. Itv W - vak UU.V av.,1
(etv4 Kw i.nmmr- ft4 WaU CtU OvtruiM fvr r.-har. lUiva,,
tatwbl -e,rs U i .. W Wb.BX V4 a v.
J. S. CEAWfOCO, N. 12S W. Math Siretl. Kansas C5ty. N.
idtua sw4a kuat, I.,., m. l.i h
0 4nt Want H'e C-m.
Mll'-Lna t yon like to e cnf
chewing a b-
J'.ll Ye, if It's not c of my owtk
Need Lydia E Piakbain3
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