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THE HOCK ISLAND ATGUS. FRIDAY. JUNE 25, 1912.
Published DMly an4 TVeklv at 1624
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rmnelaJnta of delivery service should
be made to the circulation department j cmfort. To leave one s party in those
which ahould also be notified In every -iay was to be called a sorehead and
ley had the enthusiasm and Grant the j
organization and the war chest. I
Gradually the Greeley forces became '
decimated and in December he was i
one of the worst beaten men that ever
sought the presidency.
The Taftites declare the Greeley and
Roosevelt campaigns are alike. They
hoid that organization and not emo
tion begets votes.
It Is well to recall that the party col
lar was considered a badge of honor
in the Grant days, while nowadays no
one but politicians can wear one with
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All eommnnlcatlons of arsrumentatlve
character, political or relisrloua. must
have real name attached for publica
tion. No such articles will be printed
an-er fictitious signatures.
Telephones In all departmental Cen
tral Union. "West 145. 1145 and 2145;
Vnlon Electric, 8145.
traitor. Now It Is considered by some
a type of patriotism.
Friday, June 23, 1912.
Mleht as well spell It Braw!t1more
far a few days.
Jit. MrKlnley has been combed at
last, but not by Ir. Cook.
The coal-owning railroads of Penn
sylvania and other eastern states have
for yean monopolized the coal pro
duction of the localities they operate
In, and have laid a heavy tribute upon
the consumers of anthracite coal.
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i , ' ' - V-l".Xirisi f Tsssi'lMtjl
jtion than the eating of an onion raw,
j whether in a salad or by itself pro
vided it has not attained an age w here
its strength is overcoming. Yet the
sad truth is that one raw onion-eater
in a household can make the whole
neighborhood shy, for nobody even a
lover of the vegetable likes his onion
Many a sweet girl refrains from
partaking of the luscious "fruit" for
fear that its essence may be detected
emanating from her ruby lips, or upon
her rose-leaf fingers.
Many a young swain, with a hanker
ing for young green ones, restrains
himself, because one never knows
how close one will get to a girl.
Many a young wife welcomes a be
loved husband's trip out of town, bo
Br WJtCAJt ft. JMITH
to divorce these railroads from the
ownership, control and operation of
coal mines, but thus far these efforts
have not met with appreciable success,
and the consumer of anthracite coal Is
s ill practically in railroad hands, and
si fTerinit as a result.
re Illinois and other western states
destined to be the victims of a similar
monopoly of the "soft" or bituminous
coal of tbia section?
It begins to look like it.
Some of the railroads traversing
Illinois land Indiana for a few years
Dafit have heen hnvtnv oil th. 'Vnnl
in Germany mere r- in ur uu,fl((hts they
well defin-d parties represented in the , u esUmated tneBe nilrot now
imperial parliament. We may be h-ad- ow controI 423 srm f oooi
ed toward such a Mate f things. riirhta in rmi -n in,..
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constantly increasing their holdingsl
The people of these states are
"sleeping-1 supinely on their God-given
r:ght3, while they are being robbed of
them by scheming corporations intent
on levying heavy tribute upon future
consumers of coal.
Under such conditions the price of
this prime necessity of human industry
and existence is bound to greatly in
crease. The monopoly will exact from
Consumers all that the traffic will bear.
This Is the fate that stares in the
face the people of Illinois with its
abundance of virgin coal, underlying
the vast area of coal-producing lands.
To prevent f uch a monopoly of coal,
railroads should be prohibited from
owning or in any way being interested
WHAT THE OI0X F 1HMER KNOWS
TV. Inwlr nninn to at Inct- rtllhliolv
Of late years tfforti have been made . . ... n lt what she may gorge on huge slices of
i d vorce then- rn!wrU tmm rh appreciated, a wnoie stae nonors iu .....
leJLas uas uau nu uuiuu uaj aa a uitwa
Eight years nr, Ht-nry Oassaway
Davis was considered too a?ed for vice
presidential honors. Today he's as
chipper as any younnnter and proves
thilt lt Is lievi-r too la'e to be a possibility.
Twenty ars ao Heujamin Harri
tnn secured the nomination fur a sec
ond triii. ami was defeated in Novem
ber. Harrlrton was about uh unpopu
lar a prebidt-nt as Taft is. liintory will
repeal Jthtlf this year.
One objection to allowing Individ
uals to avetigf thi-ir wrongs by murder
Is that the stories told of the events
which lead wp to homicide must always
be one-sided, as far as hearing the dead
man's defense Is cono-rued.
of gratitude for the $3,000,000 or more
that has been contributed to its wealth
by the odoriferous vegetable.
A good many people like onions, but
hesitate to admit the fact. It has
not been considered "fine" to liave
a liking for onions. The onion has
been something to keep in the back
ground, as it were like a taste for
limburger cheese, boiled cabbage, and
the like. All these are plebeian foods.
Far be it from superior beings to par
take of such! and yet, baked, boiled,
fried, raw in salad or in seasoning
there isn't a more delicious edible
than the onion.
The real trouble with the onion
is its lasting fragrance. We don't like
its lingering tendencies. It proves the
house in the cooking, and landlords
of apartment buildings have forbidden
the cooking of the onion, eke the cab
bage, upon the complaint of tenants
who dislike being compelled to rartake
of these 'vegetables by way of the nos
tril instead of by way of mouth.
There Is no more delightful sensa-
tent though we have never heard of
a husband refraining from eating
onions any time and anywhere he
chose, or endeavoring to remove any
traces of the same because of his
wife's 3ishke for them. She can
learn to eat 'em herself sure!
It Is a matter of courtesy not to eat
onions before entering polite society
or calling upon one's best girl. This
should not be held against the onion,
however. There are other things Just
as bad tobacco breath, for instance,
and especially a mingling of that wtih
one or more of those beverages which
may be imbibed in numerous places
with swinging doors and screens so
outsiders can't Bee what's going 'on
inside. An onion is honest and holy
The onion has never done anybody
harm. Rather, it has worked nothing
but good in the world. It has done
its best to help mankind. Yet most
of us treat it with contumely in
public. The onion farmer, as he counts
his gains at the end of the season,
r7HAT happened this morning In China.
' What happens tonight on "Salt crick"
Or any old place in time and in space
We get by the telegraph's tick.
The nea from Waukeegan or Wahoo,
From Germany. Italy. Spain.
Starts out on Us trip and beats any ship
Or even the cannon bail train.
The Argus Daily Story
Brought Back to Life By F. A . MitcheL
Copyrighted. 1911. by Asaomated Literary Bureau.
Near the middle of the nineteenth ; x ray for looting through
century an Ingenious frenchman wrote! Klvn -.fl.l3 anj other modern devices.
a story based on the idea that the liv
ing human body by a process of ex
haustion of its moisture called desic
cation could be kept as a mummy for
to give onr readers the most remarka
ble achievement in science ever pro
duced by mortal man.
In the year 19.". when the thennom-
au nnlimlted neriod and hv rolnirn. I er stooa ueKrees oeiow zero rau-
very ingenious and highly imaginative, i laboratory, his object being to attempt
There was no pretense on the part of ' f0 reanimate it He h:ul not then per-
tbe author that the idea on which it . fected any process by which this could
L . : a -1. . ; n s-k: m f....t..l
duction of water couid be reanimated, renneii. u. ... v.u.... ...... .
. An.lerson. The n!i:ht of her burial
If aorne one drop, out of: a window Ihis literary production was consid-1 aone bef
And falls on the top of his head prp(1 k-. the ne.inle of that r to h ' . . . . . . . , ...
In Kent county, Maine, the news la made ' . j w. ui . i nan5ea ner 00(17 ana removeu " lo UI
Before they are sure he Is dead.
If somebody winks at a princess
Or makes at her highness a face
Or pinches her ear it's known over here
Some momenta before lt took place.
If Taft took the train for Chicago,
If Clark took the train for New York.
If Keld on a boat has started to float
Out In the direction of Cork.
If some one geta up in the senate
And there tries to capture renown
By framing a bill for coining one mill.
We know lt before he sits down.
Such promptness. I feel very certain.
To other conditions applied.
It seems very plain, would bring a man
And fame and position beside.
We dally along with our business.
Allowing the market to slump.
But In sending a tact with promptness we
The news must get there on the lump.
was built was or ever would be possi
ble, nor was lt taken seriously by the
The coming of the twentieth century
marked the beginning of a new scien
tific era. For a hundred years men
had been discovering that they could
be accomplished and for the time be
ing devoted himself to preserving the
body. His method was twofold, sur
rounding it by chemically produced
cold 250 degrees Fahrenheit and her
metic sealing. "This accomplished, the
body was left in a vault under the
These are times of peace and not of
war. Thn victor's lire the heroes of
Corn Doctors' Convention Next
tChirapo InKr-Oc r
A natioual convention of chiropo
dists, popularly known as corn or foot
financially in the operation of coal ! doctors. will meet in Chicago July 1
mines or the sale of coal; should be
prohibited from owning or in any way i
being interested in the ownership of
coal rights, and should be prohibited
the for'im and the halls of Justice and ' from building or owning lines of rail
not of the butMefield. Hi re are Colonel j road solely or principally for the trans
Roosevelt defeated by Judge Taft and portation of coal.
Colonel Iiryan defeated by Judge The Springfield Register thinks there
rark'r- I exists an example in Illinois of a rail
road being built solely for the purpose
and continue in sess-;i(.n three days.
Fmm all we have been able to lonrn
there will be no contest over the tem
porary chairmanship. Although it may
be taken for granted that this conven
tion will show the usual line of division
between radicals and conservatives,
the national committee of the foot doc
tors seems to have been aii'.e to asree
fairly well on the temporary organiza
tion. The big fight will probably come on
the adoption of the national platform.
I the demand that nothing rash be done
to imperil the advantages already
gained by the movement.
It is too early to predict which view
will prevail in the convention. But
the fact that there is said to be al
ready considerable radical dissatisfac
tion over the equal representation of
certain southern sections, where com
paratively few shoes are worn and
where corns are consequently rare,
would seem to Indicate that the con
servatives have a shade the best of it
It may be taken for granted that Mr.
Roo?evelt will watch the proceedings
of the national foot doctors' convention
with peculiar interest. That he will
accept a nomination from it, or any
talk to each other from different parts j laboratory, and the professor proceed
of the globe; that disease was nothing ed with his experiments for resuscl
ruore or less than the work of lntl- j tation on the lower animals,
nltely small germs and hundreds of j Time passed without any results suf
other to them marvelous processes of flcient!y certain to warrant the pen
nature. These discoveries were mostly ' fessor In risking the life of his lovsd
accidental. But about the year 1U00 j one in cold storage.
i rich men began to found institutions j Professor Swartz died without glv-
with a view to making regular prog-1 ing up his secret, but he made provt
ress. I 6ion for a continuance of his work;
One of the most Important subjects' contingent npon certain happenings,
studied by these institutions has been ! Kecently the ground on which his lab
the humau body and that mysterious j oratory stood was sold for the purpose
life process which is born with it and j of erecting a 200 story skyscraper upon
grows as it grows. In the year 1912 ! it In digging for the foundations the
scientists began to experiment, among i workmen came tipon a subcellar or
other things, on the animal heart and j vault fifty feet below the surface In
found that portions of it removed from i which was a large glass mausoleum,
the body and cultivated In byptonlc j Attached to lt was a notice to look In
plasma would pulsate for several ) the wall behind a metal plate. There
months. This changed the conditions j was discovered a paper stating that
under which the animal might be pro-1 the mausoleum contained the body of
nounced dead. It was also about this ! Muriel Anderson, s-jpposed to have
"Is he a great lawyer?"
"Sure! He breaks a will every morn
ing before breakfast."
"Why does he do that?"
"Just for practice."
time that scientists laid down two
causes of bodily death or corruption
the action of microbes and self diges
tion. From this scientific fact natural-
died in 1055. Then followed a state
ment giving the process for life preser
vation and the results of Professor
Swartz'a Investigations with a view to
ly followed the axiom exclude the j reanimating bodies.
microbes, exhaust the water and there j The find was reported to the owner
can be no death. j f the property, and he summoned a
A hundred years have intervened be- j member of the corps of Investigators
tween a knowledge of this fact and its 0f tne institution For Scientific Re
being put in practice. That which 150 search. The mausoleum was removed
i years ago was the basis of an lmagi-1 to the Institution and the paper read
i native extravaganza has today become j and discussed at a meeting of its staff
of investigators. It at once appeared
She was In a bookstore, .and she was
D AL't ATI AC A
"Have yon 'Keeping Up With Eliza- the subject of an actual occurrence,
bethr" she inquired of the person of ; " appears that about the middle of
whom such inquiries are legitimate. twentieth century there lived In
"Here it Is." replied that obliging j Chicago, then a sraa l clty of not more
" .p-.r, tt with ti,i' than four or five millions of people, a
The Bostou lorgnette came into req-
nient preserver named Swartz. whose
olsition. bearing full upon the volume ! ' ""a '"''"
the obliging person had handed out I lu tb 'rtstcps f h!f fatblr- to e-
-Keeping Up With Lizzie.'" she vote himself to sclenMie research Re
read aloud. "Uow crude.- In to a 1c?u,,,ewof b'Ulon do ,arS;
And the Rostonese ladv and the Ros-! or unlta-tbe people of
ton lorgnette took a dignified depar-! that day had not been driven by vast
If the old civil s.tvWc id-a Inaugura- of transporting coal.
ted by Cleveland, which provided that jt refers to the Chicago & North-oflh-c
holders should be removed from j western line being built from Teoria
ofllce for off.-r.sive partisanship, were through Sangamon and other counties'
still in vorue. what would be- the coal tields of southern Macoupin Tlie ra(irE'a will no !cn!it demand that other convention, for that matter, is,
come of Taft and Sherman at inmtv ti i ma, iu n.i.... ... i ... I the rational eoverttnier.t take chare? of course known to all excent a few
the present tune? it htril-. s i s ;i:er js n,)t n rr: tl-rl for u.-ie as a passenger of li e rIi,irc situation atd deal with , of his most intimate friends. He may
would not be much chance 1 ft for ' or freight line, uor in any wav for tlieilhe liruMeni of the nation's corns, for ( even jro so far as to demand it, as he
lr,,n- convenience of the people of the terri-' l;ls,a'ice, by adopting some sort of reg-idid during the recent republican gath-
- - " " ' j tory through which it is being built ; I ulat,on ',nK 'he pcr.cial lines advo- crins in this city.
WOKTII III IMMN'ti Mint is to be operated solelv for the ra"' n-v "H"'odor? Roosevelt. The general public will likewise fol-
Coinpnratlvely few Anu-r. cans realize ttansr;erition of toal from mines! ,l is likewise not impossible, so ! !r v- the convention's deliberations most
how much h.. hecn r,,,mniuhrH in hi. h the C. & X. W. road owns or in ; ' ii;h,- " "P is ,ilf' progressive! ear fully. It is generally recognized
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bOIllU wa ContrOlS, Which toal Will be '"""S ii.wuis uu iul- t-uins ujuhj n-iicscili un- fa I or
seid to consumers at far distant por- flbj'-ct that they will serve no' ice on : nioi'nt issue" with many individuals,
tlie conservatives tnat, mil 'ss tneir and that it a way could he round to
views as to the platform are allowed I d-al with them successfully much of
to prevail, they will not he bound by j our national discontent would disap
the anion of the convention, which prar. It is also admitted that the peo
will be fraudulent av.-l net represen-; pie are in no mood to be trifled with
ture minus the offending Lizzie.
building up the' beet sugar Industry iu
. , ..i.iitions of its vast system at the highest
additioiiH to American agrirulture and pries tlat can be exacted the rail
Air.ei iciut maiiiii'.u i.iu d whit h is U- road In somo manner to reap the lion's
cidtdiy worth wl.ile. ! share f the profit from the sale of the
In lv.c.i the -v,ir beet crop was coal,
grown on 13;..imo acres. In H.04 it j This may he called "smart business
used IM'Vhxi acres. Iu l'J(''J the acre-! enterprise." but the Register contends
kart increased to tlf.ti'io a' res. ; it should rot be permitted by law. In
Tliut wnsthecar covered l.y the latest fact it sho ild be prohi'.ited under-the
census. la ti.e same per.cu the tons ev r st pcst ible penalty. The Regis
of beets harvest, d hud inert ased from ter continues:
TrU.rmo to 2.17i.'t..o arid then to J.I;5,. I "This coal road does not nronose tn
"Green is foolish about marrying
that red beaded girl."
'. "That tint is expensive."
' "How expensive?"
'He'll have to match nil the furnish
accumulations to our present system
of typifying fortunes he was not pre
vented from following uuremunerative
tastes by poverty.
This Adrian Swarts loved a beauti
ful girl whose name appears on the
records as Muriel Anderson. Profes
sor Swartz worked on his own lines.
that certain obstacles that bad been In
the way of Professor Swartz had been
removed by recent discoveries made
at the Institution.
The first question discussed was
whether the body would be found uon
examination to have retained the germs
of life for half a century, but It was
agreed that this k-nowledce could only
be gained by the rlRht process of re
anlmntion. That process was under
discussion for several weeks with ev
ery effort to keep the secret Finally
Dr. Shuntunner, Ph. D.. I. S. (investi
gator In ecience), presented a plan of
procedure that captured the Investiga
tors, and lt was determined to put it
in practice at once.
The glass sarcophagus was found to
in his own laboratory, keeping bis lu- ; contain water, but at a temperature of
lngs op to her, and the bhade comes 1 vestigntions a profound secret What 1 j 15 deKret. n,inus. or In the aolld
high." i ne wa9 d"lnS nns OI1,y come to llRht furm Its introduction had been ln-
fifty years after he was ensrnged in
bis work. He was absorbed in two
things his investigations with a view
to perpetuating the life principle and
Miss Muriel Anderson.
It was then known that different
tative of the real wishes of the foot
The conservatives, on the other
hand, will no doubt point with pride
where their corns are concerned.
In behalf of the people of Chicago,
we welcome the national convention
of foot and corn doctors to our city.
to the achievements of foot doctors in j And we venture to express the hope
the past, allude to Eonie of tlnir more that its deliberations will result in
recent services, call f jr the appoint-j some plan w hereby the growth and
O'iO. Meanwhile the price of th. beets . compete for legitimate business not i ment a national commission to in- inconvenie nce of national corns may
per ton increased at; percent and the even the coal business. Passing through i v,'8t'-"le th COBt ' rurir'S corns at be permanently checked without doing
grohii rcvi mie r acre hu.i iis11 iio , Sargumoii and Mf-.cnurin counties it ; nome ana anroaa, ana conclude with injustice to any person or insiitui ion,
per cent to $-,;, whiih if a very hand-1 does not seek commercial centers nor
some Muni from f.itni land, in 10 provide for passenger service in the
years the muii l aid to growers of su-j interests of the people. It even passes
gar bic.t.s row from $3.4:..n:'.) to $23,-1 Ppt lugf.eld. the capital of the state,
TL'lMt. a gam of f.0 per cent. j within two miles of the city limits
Needles to ay, the maiuifi.cture of ! without as much as asking leave of the
beet migar showed corre.-pi.ndmg ex ' -oi.i.ty or state authorities. It crosses
paimlon. but ti e ugi i ultu,rtl .ie f ' farms and highways r.nder the right of
the Industry Ib enough in itf elf to prove j "eminent domain." endangers more or
that lt has "mude go;d." There j,r lc.ss the lives of the people of the ter
llvely times ahead for any rartv or iu-j rltory through which it passes, and
ieri w men may iry 10 uproot tu. s-:gar i with consummate arrogance asks, by
ucei 111 me 1 ui'ea 'ates.
mile of her long journey at noon Sat-1 tut of the Eoss Manufacturing com-
urday, when she will turn herjpany.
broncho's nose up Broadway and dis-j
mount at Forty-second street. Missj Boston. At the banquet of the
Claire lelt Sheridan over a year apo
and has averaged about seven hours
n vi airi.tiA . r cim-fl neei s a
fore starting east she made a tour of was presented to i.eorge esi-
u was me imra general
American Institute of Electrical Engi-
Hotel Someiset the Edison
the Facific coast region.
GKFKI.FY AM) lUMlSEVFT.T.
The opposition to the renomlnatlon
of General Grunt in 1S72 was a wide
spread sis the present oppositija to I very faces?
The two campaign are mucu "Thev have Thev -an Tt,
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I niiole to control ,'e ChhaKC ture of the state has f.01 ..t. :
. l'oi OiUJJlir I
no iseeit l.as , pewer to t rohihit this kir.rt f rriir.ni
lt acts if not in words. 'What are you
going to do about it?' I
"Have the jieople of the state any re- j
v.u iup ne xormauoni garnia, Ont Business wa3 para-
of tnU coal monopoly which is being llv&ed here when the power plant of
organized and perfected before their .'htk Sarllia r,as -nd Electric Ucht
placed himself at the heal of a new 1 building and use
party. Today the co mtry scorns w lid j "But will the legislature do this
for him. Will this senU:-i. nt last? (That depends. So long as the legisla
Rralizlng that they oould r.ot rro-; tors carry pocketsful of passes over the
vent Grant's nomlnario.,. his cp;x.u- 'roads whit h are perpetrating this and
enta made no euV.i to serine litle- o' her outraces upon the people ax.d so
gates, but held a ctuvei.tiou in Cin ! long as 'jackpotters' can control leg
cinnatl and nominred Hirace Grteley ! IslaUon. no relief may be expected un
for president and B. Gratz Brown of , less the people and the press demand
Missouri as ..ij r.itiucj ni,.t,. Thus ! in stentorian tones that these outrages
company was wiped out by tire,
plant was valued at IIoU.mOO.
a new party aas o.-n. .line I tre lib
eral republican party. It ted tl.e si,p
port of the t h cao Tribune in the
west and the .'. Tots Tribeno in 'he
east. The 1?i1ti f ih aew n.eve
mect wore Carl Schurz. i.w-vc Wil
liam Curtis, t'ja m-.-oy M. !Vp v. Gt n
eral Backs, Genua! Frr.swcrli Gov
ernor Blair of .-.ilchlgau. I.yui-.n Tn ra
bull, Charles Sumner and hundreds of
men of that type.
The democrats met at Baltimore and
ndorsd Greeley and Brown. The sen
timent for Greeley was as overwhelm
ing at the outset u it Is apparently
for Roosevelt now.
Presidential candidates are nomina
ted in June and elected in November.
Had the election taken place In June
cr July, Greeley would have been
Organization and the ability to as
iza ZOO.CIQ office holders count. Gree-
Rome. The pope has ratified the se
lection of the consistorial congrega
tion presented by Cardinal De Iai ap
pointing RL Rev. John J. McCort,
now vicar general of Philadelphia, as
auxiliary in the same aretu!i.cese. He
will take the title of bishop of Azotus.
Ottawa, Ont. Canadian steel inter
ests have enewed applications to the
government for a revision of the tariff
on steel products. One of the reasons
piven s that the industry suffers
from the "dumping" of surplus pro
ducts of the United States Steel cor
poration. Either a bounty or an in
creased tariff is asked.
Paris. The French government is
disturbed over the seamen's strike,
which is causing a tremendous loss
to French shipping.
New York. Samuel Krampter, a
baker, lost his balance while at his
work in a Harlem bakery and fell into
Wyoming Woman Due to End Trip! dough mixer equipped with revolv-
be prohibited by laws that cannot be
"The State Register has referred to
this matter before. It now calla public
attention to it again, and gives facts
and figures to arouse thinking people
to the importance of speedy action in
defense of their own rights to live and
do business as free American citizens.
"The 'barn' of the people' rights
should be locked before the thieves of
special privilege steal the goods stored
RIDES HORSE FROM COAST
award cf this prize.
HAS NEW EDITOR
"Are you trying to sell your house?"
"Yes. and 1 find it very trying too."
"So many people want It that can't
afTord lt that I have n daily struggle ' pcrts of the body may be taken from
with myself to keep from giving It to , a person who has recently been pro
them." nounced (lend by the old standard and
preserved in cold storage vaults for
Protecting Him. an indeliiiiie period. The young pro-
"Who writes the popular songs of , fessor was able to start on his iirvestl-
"I won't tell you."
"It Is against the law to kill a fel
gatlons with a knowledge of this and
other facts. Knowing that corruption
tended Jo show that water should be
Introduced when resuscitation was com
menced: warmth wns gradually intro
duced and with it Infinitesimal quanti
ties of oxygen and then a little ordi
The body resembled a skeleton cov
ered with leather, but under a slow
process of the introduction of air and
water a slight tilling out was percepti
ble. The latest microbe antiseptic was
used, and successfully. So slow was
the process thnt It was a week before
the watchers began to perceive the
In Its Shadow.
So nenr are we at all the time
To living; in the hur.K"r zone.
Ha Is In luck who asi.s for trend
And Isn't handed out a stone.
When a girl looks on mnrrince through
the gfiuzy film of bridal finery she has
a rude shock awnitlnc her from the
Stove shiner and the scrubbing brush.
may be kept out by excluding ml- ! ,,,. ai,j.n ot a Hvlnir organism, and
crol.es nd water, he devoted himself j eveQ thon tllere wa(J aQ certalnty con
to the discovery of a process by which, ccrn)ng
after h.iviug kept them out. the wi.ter K wonl(J tninossIb,e for the 0Mc!.
might be reintroduced at a later date ( entIQc ni,nd to fo,)ow tDe varioU9 de
without admitting the microbes. , v)f.es Iinvel)tlve of d.1Dger applied by
That the breathing process may be ; Povlv(,PU T,,i.a ninno r.n h Plv.
suspended without preduciug corrup
tion was also known to Professor
Swartz. mid this was a very important
point. The main problem before him
was uot how to keep out corruption,
but to restore animation.
Miss Muriel Anderson was taken ill
and died. Her lover's grief was so
great that for a time it was feared
. - , . . . 1 Unit he won d lose bis reason. There
And there's a heap of difference be-1 c ,
... I , ., was no evidence that the body was not
tween deserving what we want and 1 ... , , . , . ,.
, . ... disposed of by burial, which was the
wanting what we deserve, with the 1 ,. , ,H , ,,,. .-,..Ph
. , , . usua uiethoil in those days. After tbe
majority of us on the unresenerate ' . , , ,
girl s death hwartz was observed to
8 e' pursue bis Investigations with still
, . . . . more eagerness than before. Imleed.
Many a man remains a bachelor be- . , . . . , . , . ..,,,-
' . , .. . . . ,. . Ins relatives feared that be would po
cause the girl who Is desirable enough , CK,,., ,.,.,..,ir,
... i.i . , . . .,.-!,. ""J" - r.
j to. uiji .3 IW Ci'CH.lH c
mm to support.
:( fl'rt' .v. L' . r
1 f fMj
in New York Saturday.
New York. June CS. Miss Alberta
Claire of Sheridan, Wyo.. who !s
boosting the glories of her native
ing knives. He was killed instantly.
Kewanee, 111. A wedding of unusncl
interest here occurred when Miss
state by a horseback ride across the ' Carolina Maul becam,? the wife of T.
coctinent, will complet tha last Ruesell Stokes, fieceral tueriatend- :i labor sublicatiota.
"r 1 1 '''j
Without hair.g had any previous
?xperience In newspaper work. Edgar
Wallat. cf Shelburn, Ind.. recently
tysuraed h!a duties as editor of the
Cnitel Mine Workers' Journal, pub
lished at Indianapolis. "I may not
be able to slinK 'high-flung' English."
d-H-Iared Wa'iace when he took up
the pen. "but I will be able to de
livrr the goods in the language of
v.. rk:r.?.-ren. To my mind thl
r- u;d t? th ami Ition of eJitorz of
There are sweet nnd reverent women
who are ricid as can lie. but enjoy a
wild debauch of church gambling for
Danger is a stimulant thnt brines out
the best in a man if it doesn't senre
him silly and make him run to keep his
An old bachelor la a man who has
been considered too colorless to offer
oy fun to hushaud hunters.
There are traditions that a dog be
longing to one cf his friend di. d and
1 ten years later appeared at bis maa
! ter'a door and showed great delight at
j the reunion. It was whispered that
J the do had been reanimated by the
young pr.!e-siT. There was a similar
i-toty at'Otit a cat. tut unscientific per
i sons claimed there was uotl.ing re-
i markal!e in bringing back a est to i
life except for the tenth time. These
mailers i.re mentioned here to show
i that lt was upposcd Protestor Swartz 1
j was rejiorted to have achieved some j
I bucce in r.l-t work.
en. Within ten days the body bud as
sumed some degree of roundness.
There was still the pallor formerly sup
posed to indicate deal h, but now known
In some cases to Indicate only a sus
pension of the action of the heart. The
first sign of life was a slight tremor, at
which the rer.uscitators clasped oue an
other's hands in an ecstasy of hope.
It was soon after this that the body
wns removed from the sarcophagus
and placed in a warm bed. The region
about the heart was then alternately
clutched nnd released once in several
se'-onda to start the nction or that or
gan. The Ktns were worked to and
fro to start respiration. A very small
quantity of food wns administered.
On the eighteenth day while the re
Buscltators were all present the lips
moved, and the single word "Adrian"
was faintly spoken.
The scientists were delighted. Hut
l their Joy was soon turned to disap
pointment. Despite all effort and cure
the signs of life died awny and have
never returned. It is believed that
w hen, consciousness returned It brought
! with it tbe liability to mental distress.
which we now know Is the body's
greatest enemy. This produced tbe re
action. A life held In suspense for years hns
been temporarily restored. Hut what
lat'urtv il.i tm WMa n rnmrnritlon in
We become so exasperated m- the t.t.:"iit;.ti For SeJet.P.ile Researcb. ' " the conditions of this auspended
iocuted in ti is city. Doctors and pro- j animation U ho tnows7
lessors h ive !;-en seen to fe consult 1 "
lug together in whispers, but despite the
improved methods used by some of our
enterprising reporters for magnifying
the w iiis;ier w aves the seen t was kept.
times that we are tempted to U-Iieve
that the government most be offering
a premium on idiots.
There are men who go right along
and get ahead all the time, but It is
necessary 10 nave a neaa in oruer ic ( Ttu,n jt v...s confid(.a f0 or)e or tw0 r.er.
do It. 1 sons t:.:,t si boflv Hint had tM-en njore
. . -
tliLti L:::i a century ago prepared for
June 23 in American
Money talks, bnt seldom for publication.
Mrs. Flatlelgh Tbe new family up
stairs have a lot of money, but 'hey
used to be very poor and ordinary.
I t l.i rrhI I 1, r 1.- . . .r-
t. ., . . , .., . les cca.pleled the procerji laid down in
Have you called on tbem? Mrs. Hat- , ' .
,. . .... ... i the pajr and might pjs.sibly render
lelgh No. but tbere was a haif eaten i ' , .
a life perftetuating process had been
discovered and removed to the iustitu
lion. With lt was a paper some four
decades oid. giving the results of ex
periUic;i''i in reuniuuiting bodies. A re
port was circulated that late disover-
b rolled lotter and a whole Camem- j
bert cbeew in their irarb.iire nin on IL
Aw..h. - - ....i. to live el
are enabled in fl.W issue, owing
rprie of cin? of our repor-
ituul tiMl. uluj Ujed ear iiiHi-iioLuue.
177V fiombardiuent of Fort Moultrie.
Ch.irle-ton. by the liritKh fleet.
177H liattie of Monmouth, N. J.. war
of the Revolution.
lSTitV .In tnes Madlsou. fourth president
vt the tinted States, died: born
Tlie Federal army at Richmond
repulsed two sorties of the Confed
erates Captain I'arragut and Cap
tain I). I. Porter with wooden
gunboats and a mortar fleet ran the
CoT'rcdcr.::e lotteries at Vicksburg