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New Tribes Found by Explorers.
Word /has been received that the
members of the Amazon expedition of
the University of Pennsylvania mu
- seum, sent out in March, 1913; are all
well after nine weeks of exploring
in unknown territory Ir. southern
The party spent many months in
territory never explored by white
men. New tribes of Indians never
before heard of have been discovered
and vocabularies made of their lan
Putnam Fadeless Dyes color more
goods than others. Adv.
Pains of Dressing.
"She dresses with great pains."
"Yes, her shoes pinch, her corset is
too tight and she frequently scorches
herself with a curling iron."
It isn't always philanthropy that
.prompts a man to be looking for the
"good things" he can do.
It keeps the idle rich busy supply
ing copy for the sensational journals.
Failing strength, increasing nerv- i
ousness, aches and pains, depres
sion, "blues"-these and the other<
symptoms of the irregularities of '
the delicate female organs have
fallen tb the lot of a vast multi
tude of women.
STELLA-VITAE has brought a
blessed relief to many thousands of I
women during the last thirty
years. To girls just maturing into,
women, to young wives, to
middle-aged women, to women
passing through the critical period called
"change-of-life"-to women of all ages,
STELLA-VITAE has been indeed, the
"Star of Life"-giving them strength, hope, (
freedom from pain; giving them HEALTH.
MRS. D. S. HAMILTON, Milner, Ga.,
says-u "It gives me pleasure to testify to
the benefit which both my daughter and L
myself have derived from STELLA
VITA E. The doctors of our neighborhood
had treated my daughter without success.
One bottle of STEL.LA-VITAE, in three
weeks' time, completely cured her. Idy
*own health has been restored by ST ELLA
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not benefit yotu. t
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offer( Can -WE gain anything unless P
STELLA-VI E really lhalps you? 0
The Tripollum-Milk Depot and Milk
How It Is Done in Euro
in America t6 the
Farmer and i
By MATTHEW 8.
(Copyright. 1914. Western
GETTING GOOD MILE
Copenhagen, Denmark.-Would it er
iot be a relief to you if you knew se
where you could get absolutely good w;
nilk, and cream, and butter; if your in
nilk and cream were guaranteed to ta
)e rich, and pure, and fresh; if you fil
,ould buy a brand of butter which was sa
dways up to standard, always had the ar
ame flavor, and the same amount of cc
noisture in it, was never over salted in
r under salted, and was always abso- $1
utely free from taint of age. Most H
f us in America get good butter and al
;ood milk at times. All of us get pi
)ad butter and milk at least occasion
lly. Over in Denmark there is an
mtire nation which is united in a dc
ommon purpose of producing good tr
nilk and butter. Its success is due to Ix
eam work; the cow does her part, to
he farmer does his part, the cream- th
ry does its part, the delivery man in
loes his, and the government Itself ac
akes a hand in the process. Not very li
ong ago there was a complaint from er
Ingland that the quality of Danish fr
)utter was falling off. It was treated ca
n Denmark as if the national honor ni
xad been attacked and every reason- cli
tle complaint was attended to at once m
)y the wilted action of all concerned. ti
:t Was not a local question, but a na- st
tonal one. Primarily Danish butter sh
md milk is good because the Danish m
armer is sciexitific in his methods. ul
3ut the milk after It leaves the farm su
s dealt with by the distributive agen
~ies In a way no less efficient, and sci
~ntific and businesslike. This is m
rhere the Danes surpass the Ameri- jdc
~ans, and with the r'esult both con- th
umer and producer in Denmark have es
ccasion to be satisfied. . ~,ta
Vhy American Milk Is High to the Ifr
Consumer and Low to the Farmer. ha
Dr. Thomas Nixon Carver, now di- ax
~ector of the government bureau of pl:
ural organization, who at one time i:
nade a thorough Investigation of the PC
rices of farm products, says 'in his p1:
ook on the "Principles of Rural Eco- In
omics" that the- milk for which the Ei
ealer in Worcester receives 2%c per TI
~uart sold for eight cents in nearby hu
oston. Milkmen drove all over the go
Ity to deliver a few gallons of milk. m<
[e received and probably earned two ou
ents per quart for doing this. If a an
oute' were arranged (as they are in fill
~openhagen for example), so that one th
an could deliver on one street con- -pe
ecutively from house to house mak- fr<
ig it unnecessary for any other de- cl<
very man to follow him up or dupli- ca
ate his delivery route, the work could
robably be done for one-half cent per IS
uart, certainly for one cent per quart. wi
Another reason for the high eight by
ent price was that the farmer sold us
he milk to a contractor, (the con- de
-actor seems to have been a specula- NC
yr), who took out a profit of 2%c per dit
uart raising the price at least two Iro
ents higher than it otherwise would~ its
ave been. The account stands thus: du~
As It Is Should Be.
armers price is.....2% 3 to 3%, da
ransportation cost .... %4 % to 1 is
ontractors profit is... .2% %~ to 1
ilkmans wages is..2 - to 1 c
Total ...............S 4% to 6% "ii
Copenhagen's Milk Supply. ini
Here in Copenhagen there is a bet- be
er method employed. The farmer of
ets more money, the city man gets co
ore money, the city man gets more fo'
ilk and the milk is better. This is tai
eing accomplished through a co-oper- TI
tive arrangement which could be ce:
uplicated in Boston, Chicago or Kan- an
~akee. It is no experiment. The m<
ompany has been operating success- ou
lly for twelve years, and it has been fal
learly demonstrated that it is possi
le to do the business in this way. so:
'here is nothing mysterious or secret arn
bout It. This co-operative association wI
; a simple, business-like organization an
f dairy farmers, backed by good bus- th<
ess men operating on sound, scienti- hit
c and business principles. There is sol
elivered every morning to local pri- mi
ate consumers in Copenhagen 35.000 pr<
ottles of the best milk in the world hu
t a price less than six and a half wi
ents per quart; some of this milk ga
omes forty miles, but it is handled va
o well that three cents pays all ex- tic
enses and profits between the farm- B
rafting of Nerves May Acceom
-pish This Result. of
ondon Surgeon Shows Brain -Cells to
Can Be Given Two Separate Func- Gr
tions-Makes Experiments on thi
Foreleg of Dog. wa
Le'ndon. England.-The Times re
rts one result of important nerve col
afting experiments recently by Prof. nei
obert Kennedy of Glasgow, proving the
inclusively' that a brain cell may be bet
ught to pegorm two separate func- of
Each nerve cam~munic ites with a ora
rticular set ol' brain cells which si
ntrol its activities. It was sup- Ian<
ase that these hells were able o i~
said to be a digestive aid of great ef
fectiveness. Alto'gether the companY
takes in annually for Its products the
considerable sum of $4,150,000.
Profits to the Farmer.
At the time when the milk is deliv
ered to the concern the farmer Is
paid a litfle over two cents a quart.
This is exactly the same price which N
others are paid for their milk by the
distributing companies. In case of
the man who delivers to one of the
joint stock companies this is all that
the farmer ever receives for his milk.
The farmer who is a member of this te
co-operative concern, however, at the
end of the half yearly period receives
a dividend which amounts to about
one cent per quart. At the end of
the year there is generally a small
additional surplus, so that the farmer
has altogether received over three
cents a quart for his milk, almost one
cent more a quart than the person
selling to the private distributors.
But this is not all. The farmer has
invested absolutely no money in this
co-operative concern. Yet at the end
of the 20 years the 100 farmers are W
in possession of a plant which Is prob- R
ably worth $200,000 and which has fc
been accumulated out of the profits of I W
the establishment. This is the prop- In
erty of those who have delivered the
milk to the concern. It belongs to
them in proportion to the amount of w
milk which they have delivered, taking sc
into account, in every case of course, cc
the quality of the milk as well as the sc
quantity. The average farmer has ol
then from his milk, in addition to the li
price which he has already received, S1
made a profit of $2,000 for the 20
Cheap to the Consumer. h
On the other hand, the/prices paid fc
to the co-operative concern by the pri- a
vate taker is extremely moderate. For V
the ordinary quality of milk, which
corresponds to our certified milk, he
pays about six -and one-third cents b
per quart. For the special milk, the tA
infants' milk and the hospital milk, (
which is of a quality seldom found in V
American cities, the consumer pays YE
seven cents per quart.
Capitalized Without Money.
Twelve years ago when the Tri
folium was organized, not a dollar T
was furnished by the members. One
hundred farmers got together and au- R
thorized a few of the leaders to bor
row $125,000 at the bank. It is to be
remarked in this connection that the
banks of Denmark consider.a loan to
a co-operative association which has "
no capital stock and no tangible prop- G
erty as a perfectly good loan. It has
been demonstrated again and again si
that these associations are planned in
such a way that they are worthy of
credit. It is considered as safe as
any American industrial bond. In this
case as ii all others, only a few of It
the leaders signed the note at the ei
bank, although of course the entire ni
number who were in the organization i
agreed to stand back of those who
borrowed the money. The bank was s1
safe, both because the 106 farmers fa
represented were responsible finan- ni
cially, and because they knew a co- fe
operative concern such as this was to ul
be was a sound business venture. ,
The arrangement with the bank b
was that the money was- to be paid te
back out of the profits in annual in- Ca
stallments running over 20 years. vI
The rate of interest was low. h<
The association has been In opera
tion 12 years. A larger sun than the
original $125,000 has been advanced
because the volume of 'business has la
been so great that it was necessary c
to make additional investment. The
concern has now $200,000 invested,.
Nevertheless the entire indebtedness p
will be wiped out within the 20 years. c
-Quality First. f
It is to be noted that this co-opera- cl
tive milk company succeeds, not be-!
cause it is co-operative, but it -suc- b
ceeds because It stands, as do other
co-operative concerns, for the highest ta
possible quality in Its product. It ba
strictly enforces rigid rules relative Ib
to quality and takes every precau- 01
tion to insure cleanliness and purity. 01
Some of the requirements which it en- hr
forces upon those who furnish milk f
to It are as follows: i
First, there must be a monthly In- i
spection of ,the cows by the veter
iary representing the distributing
company; second, all unhealthy or de
fective cows must be Instantly with
drawn; third, any slight sickness be- H
tween monthly visits must be reported
to the company and the milk kept sep
arate; fourth, all sanitary directions
as to ventilation, cleanliness, etc., t
must be followed; fifth, ml.k from b
eows others than those Inspected and b.
under control must not be mixed with
the milk furnished to the company:i
sixth, milk Intended for Infants' use
or hospital use must be produced
from cows from which are excluded
all feeds and fodders injurious to thBe of
favor or quality of the milk; seventh, Ot
there must be a pdriodical examina- d
tion for tuberculosis; eighth, the milk
must be cooled in some efficient way al
as soon as drawn from .the cow, so ax
that bacteriological growth may be cc
stopped. Here, as In other co.opera-I
tive institutions, the quality is evi
denced by brands which have come
to stand as guaranties of cleanliness, m
healthfulness and palatableness. "
Do it in America. t
Naturally, the question that ;re- gi
sented Itself to us Ahericans as we w
looked over the plant, was whether gi
or not the procedure could be dupli- m
cated under American conditions. We Iaf
have canvassed the situation fully
and can discover no reason why the
entire plan or one paralfel to It could th
not be adopted in any progressive ~
American city. Everywhere co-opera
tive societies succeed, but succeed
because they produce a product that is
recognized as of standard quality. V
Co-operation in Denmark spells qual
MAN IN PERU NOT ANCIENT
Hr-dicka Expeditiort of National Mu.
scum of Peru Disproves Theory
of Great Antiquity.
Washington.-The expedition of Dr.;c
Ales Hrdlicka of the National Museum
to Peru has largely disproved the the-;
oies rega~ding the extreme antiquity
of man in that region, according to r
Doctor Hrdlicka's report.
Not a trace suggesting anything old
er than the pre-Columbian Indian
was found anywhere, and neither the
coast nor the mountain population, -so
far as studied, can be regarded as very
ancient in the regions they Inhabited.
No signs Indicated that any group oc
cupied any of the sites for even as
long as twenty centuries; nor does It
seem that any of these people devel-I
oped their culture, except In some par
ticulars, in these places.
ae-'- !~. NaJvsa From Rih.
NOT SIT UP
ow Does Her Own Work.
.ydia E. P kham's Vegeta
Ale Compound Helped Her.
ronton, Ohio.-" I am enjoying bet
r health now than I have for twelve
years. When I be
gan totake LydiaE.
ble Compound I
could not sit up. I
had female troubles
and was very ner
vous. used the
remedies a year and
I can do my work
months I have
worked for other
)men, too. I cannot praise Lydia E.
nkham's-Vegetable Compound enough
r I know I never would have been as
!ll if I had not taken it and I recom
end it to suffering women."
Daughter Helped Also.
"I gave it to my daughter when she
as thirteen years old. She was in
hool and was a nervous wreck, and
uld not sleep nights. Now she looks
healthy that even the doctor speaks
it. You can publish this letter if you
:e."-Mrs. RENA BoWMAN, 161 S. 10th
reet, Ironton, Ohio..
Why wil women continue to suffer
y in and day out and drag out a sickly,
alf-hearted existence, missing three
urths of the joy of living, when they
a find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's
If you have the slightest doubt
iat Lydia E. Pinkbam'sVegeta
leCompoundwill help youwrite
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ad and answered by a woman
ad held In strict confideuce.
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bey regulate the bowels and produce
A ViGOROUS BODY.
emedy for sick headache, constipation,
REAT QUALITY IS "FACULTY"
mply Means the Turning of All
Things to Proper Account, But It
Is a Rare Possession.
Among the most pitiable and often
e most hopeless factors of city pov
ty are its ignorance and helpless
ss. Poverty, for a time at least, is
t such a terrible thing to the woman
ho knows how to make every cent
te can get serve the needs of her
mily to the utmost. In Mrs. Stowe'E
)vels of New England, one of the
minine qualities most lauded is "fac
ty." It means the ability to turn
ery smallest bit of material to the
st account. Mrs. Stowe herself was
rribly poor before "Uncle Tom's
bn" was written, and she knew how
luable "faculty" could be. Some
~w or other ong does not associate
ch poverty as that of the Stowes,.
their Cincinnati and Maine days,
that of the hundreds of New Eng
nd families which have sent sons to
lege on incomes less than that of
motorman in Brooklyn, with the
verty for the relief of which so
any organizations are created in the
ty. One reason is that the country
milies commonly had a garden and a;
icken house from which they could
ise a considerable part of! their food,
Lt a greater reason is that the coun
y women were trained to get the
st ounce of nutriment out of every
t of food and the last shred of wear
tt of every bit of clothing. The story
the New England woman who made
rself a "go-to-meeting" _silk dress
om the pieces left from the dress
aking of hel- more opulent relatives
pathetic in one aspect of it, but It
as proof of a faculty which could
Lve faced the poverty of a city tene
EAL YOUR ITCHING
SKIN WITH RESINOL
No matter how long you have been
rtured and disfigured by itching,
tning, raw or scaly skin humors,
st put a little of that wonderful res
ol oIntment on the sores and the suf
ring stops right there! Healing be
as that very minute, and your skin
ts well so quickly you feel ashamed
the money you threw away on tedi
s, useless treatments. Prescribed by
ctors for nineteen years.
Resinol ointment and resinol soap
lo clear away pimples, blackheads,
d dandruff speedily and -at little
st. Sold by all druggists.-Adv.
Standing Up and Sitting Up.
Lady de Bathe (Mrs. Langtry) once
ade the piquant remark that she was
.foe to dissipation or anything of
at kind, and I would urge every
r to say 'No' to the dissipated man
iol would marry her. The man a
r is obliged to stand up for before
arriage, she will have to sit up for
According to the latest statistics
ere are 2.000,000 French families
Distance lends enchantment to the
ew, especially when we view the
ople we don't like.
Fousework Is a Burden
It's hard enough to keep house if in
erfect health, but a woman who is
reak, tired and suffering from an aching
ack has a heavy burden.
Any woman in this condition has good
ase to suspect kidney trouble, especial
y if the kidney action seems disordered.
Doan's Kidner Pills have cured thou
ands of suffering women. It's the best
ecommended special kidney remedy.
A MARYLAND CASE
- M isas Lucinda
Everjie- Price. Eleventh St..
are Teds 0 Laurel. .Md.. says. "I1
Stor/-" seemed to have
dropsy. My feet and
hands were swollen
and there were ter
ble pains in my
ack. I couldnt
- sleep well and for
/ one whole winter.
could not get out. I
doctored, but noth
-ing helped me untIl
I used Doan's Kid
ney Pills. Eight
boxes made me
Wagons Owned by 100 Farmers.
pe and May Be Done
Profit of Both
INTO THE CITY.
and the consumer. For the same
rvice performed in a less sanitary
ty taking a longer period of time,
volving more waste and more con
mination the Boston consumer pays
e and one-half cents. Here is a
ving in cost of distribution of two
d one-fourth cents per quart. If this
uld be'saved to- the milk consumer
Boston it would amount to about
0,000 pay day of $3,650,000 in a year.
)w many lives would be saved by
solutely pure milk at the reduced
ice no one knows.
A Night Visit.
In order to see the Trifolium milk
pot at its busiest we planned our
p to reach the establishment at 10
m., about the hour when they begin
fill their 36,000 bottles of milk for
e morning delivery of the succeed
g day. The most striking charac
teristic is the immaculate . clean
iess that everywhere prevails. The
tire establishment Is absolutely
e from dust and dirt. Not an odor
n be detebted. The association fur
shes the employea with working
ythes, and itself launders them and
dintains ample free bathing facili
is. The employe coming in from the
reet goes into the dressing room.
eds the clothes which have been
re or less contaminated by wear
on the street, takes a bath and as
mes a newly laundered garb.
Every process through which the
lk moves from Its receipt at the
or until it goes out in the wagon in
e early morning is an efficient proc
s both from the standpoint of main
ining purity and excellence and
im the standpoint of economy of
ndling. After the milk cans, for ex
aple, are fully emptied, they are
iced supon a drain board. The drip
ags from this board produce 1,000
unds of butter per year, which am
i repays the slight trouble caused
placing the cans In this position.
ery process is practically automatic.
eir machines seem to have almost
man intelligence. The milk which
es into each bottle Is automatically
easured and not a fraction of an
nce more or less than the -specified
ount is placed ~in the bottle. The
ing of the bottles, the placing of
a stoppers, the sealing of the stop
r, the transportation of the bottles
>m the madhines to the shelves, the
~ansing of the empty bottles and
as-all these proceed automatically.
When ready for delivery the milk
placed on racks in the large, milk
gons. Each wagon Is accompanied
a driver and six boys, who by the
a of carrying racks are enabled to
liver the bottles with great rapidity.
Sdriver can go Into another driver's
trct. There Is no duplication of
ites. The wagon hardly pauses in
course. Here milk delivery is re
ced to a science.
Over Four Million Receipts.
he concern gets out a variety of
iry products. The fresh sweet milk
of the grade known generally as
rtified milk. In addition to this
ay sell a special high grade called
fant's milk." The milk that goes
o the bottles so labeled must have
en produced during a certain part
the bovine lactation period. The
ws must havei been excluded from
ders which are Inclined to give
nt or unpleasant flavor to the milk.
e milk must have certain high per
tages of butter fat. The qiuality
i purity of this grade of milk Is
>st carefully guarded, and It goes
t only in sealed bottles or cans to
nilies and hospitals.
Skimmed milk and butter are also
d. Three different grades of cream
placed upon the .market-the rich
pping cream, the inedium cream
half cream. In addition to this
finest of cream cheese and the
~hest grades of bytter are made and
d. A particular brand of butter
Ik which has proved popular and
fitable is known as Bulgarian Yog
rt. This is similar to the product
.ich is said to have made the Bul
ians a race of centenarians. Its
uable qualities are due to fermenta
n prcduced by the bacteria of the
cillus Bulgaricuj variety. It is
scles below the joint and then con
~ted all these muscles to the group
nerves controlling flexion or bend
The dog was for some time unable
direct or co-ordinate its movements.
idually, however, about the ninety
rd day, this power returned and
s regained completely by the one
idred and twonty-third day.
The possible applications of the dis
ery are wide. i For example, the
yes of a witheted or useless limb.
function of which has been lost
~ause of some linjury to or disease
te brain, if coz ected to the nerve
nk leading to a ealthy part of that
'an might again Irceive and convey
nuli. In that cise the degenerated
I flabby muscles would again re
FIND A VERY CURIOUS KNIFI
Relic of Past Found When Stump C
Apple Tree Is Removed From
Canton, Pa., Garden.
Philadelphia.-When the stump C
an apple tree was removed from th
garden belonging to E. W. Walbor
near Canton, Pa., directly under th
stump and sticking straight down i
the ground was found a curious knifq
The blade, from shaft to point, is 111
inches. It is 2% inches wide at th
hilt and tapers to a needle point.-Th
back of the blade is thick and heav
and the edge has evidently bee
.... . ..........
Two Centuries Old.
ground down to a razor-like sharpnes
Near the hilt are die-cut Roman le
ters "Sabatier Rue, France," and b
neath this an open hand, surrounde
by the letters "A Paris." The que
tion at once arises: Who put th
knife there, and when? The steel J
of the finest. Not even its long in
mersion in the earth has daten awa
the surface to any considerable ei
tent. Perhaps some French "vol
ageur" camped there two hundre
years ago, and forgot his knife. Mor
likely some wandering Indian band e
camped there and left the knife the
they had bought of the French, payin
for it with beaver skins. One can sui
mise almost anything. The chance
are that the owner left in a hurry, fc
knives like that, even today, are vah
able, and some hundreds of years ag
would have been 'worth its weight i:
gold. Certain it is that the Englis
settlers did not carry French knive.
and this particular blad.e dates bac
beyond the earliest English settle
HOUSE CAT. IS NEARLY BAKEl
The Family Pet Slept in Oven of Coo
Stove and Is Nearly Burned
Waynesboro, Pa.-M. B. Ayeri
Hamilton avenue, Waynesboro, almoE
cooked a new dish at his home.
When he retired at night he left th
oven door of the- kitchen stove ope:
To get away from the cold the famil
cat crawled into the oven and ther
curled itself up for a sleep that laste
all through the night.
When Mr. Ayers went downstairs]i
the morning to stir up the fire h
closed the oven door. The cat slej
on and made no protest. Then M
Ayers turned on the drafts and thrus
the poker into the bed of coals, an
ina short time he had a good flr
He heard the mewing of a cat, bi
he couldn't see a cat, and he fancie
the animal might be on the outsid<
But the cat grew more persistenti
its mewing and added a tone of al
guish to it, and then Mr. Ayers--b
thought him of the oven. He opene
the door and the cat sprang ont
him, almost knocking him off his fee
The animal was burned terribly. Il
feet were badly charred ai~d its bod
was almost baked., It is still livin
and is on the road to recovery.
1,000 JOBLESS MEN IN RIO
Told by April Fool Joker Compan
Would Hire Man, They Go There
and Break In Doors.
Chicago.-One thousand clamoriz
men, misled by an "April fool" joke
stormed the, new $1,000,000 Soo Lix
freight terminal at West Twelfth an
Canal streets in quest of employmen
Through heavy steel gates, the loc]
of which, were broken by the onrus1
the army surged. Until attacked by
phalanx of bluecoats, under the leal
ership of Lieutenant Kelliher of ti
Maxwell street station, these men
part of the "army of unemployed"
,ere In control of the grounds<
the terminal citadel. But the polic
men soon drove them back, a quarre
ing, cursing, disappointed throng.
It was fully an hour before ti
police succeeded in clearing the pro:
erty of this host of men. The invaa
ers refused to leave until driven bac
by the clubs of the bluecoats.
"We want work! Give us a job!
were the cries of the men. .
As the crowd was driven from ti
railroad property it took up a ne
position dlrectly across from the pla:
of the terminaL. None were arreste
YOUNG CHILD GETS PIG'S EY
Operation in Baltimore Hospital ti
F~rst of Its Kind In United
Baltimore. Md.-What Is believedi
be the first operation of its kindi
this country was performed at a loc
hospital when the cornea of a pig
eye was grafted on the sightless ey
of a three-months-Old boy. It was sai
that previous operations, in which ra
bits' eyes had been used, were unsu
cessful, but that experiments wit
pigs' eyes had led scientists to belies
that they were more adaptable. Tv
cases are said to be on record whe:
the grafting of human cornea gav
sight to totally blind eyes.
In the operation the pig was chlor<
formed, the eyeball taken out an
the cornea cut from it. An extraord
narily fine needle and fine silk wer
used In sewing the cornea In placi
The eye will remain bandaged f4
about a week.
How to Wed Happily.
Princeton. N. J.-"To assure haplx
marriages all applicants for marri
licenses should file declarations of I
tentions a month before the license
granted." said Prof. R. M. Ross, In
lecture on social economics..
Young Girl Attempts SuIcide.
Haverhill. Mass.-Gladys F. Pelke
fourteen, who wanted to see the worn
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Couldn't Hurt Coveleski.
Otis Harlan came to town last wee]
. with a brand new story on. Covelesld
d the pitcher of the Philadelphia Na
e tional, league team, who beat ou:
. Giants out of a pennant -a few year,
t ago by-beating them three times in i
7- "Covey." as Harlan tells it, "was-no
much shucks .as a pitcher despite hi:
Giant-killing feat. One day he wa
. pitching against the Pittsburgh team
o A runner got on first and straightwa:
stole second while Covey held the ball
a "After the inning Billy Murray, wh4
was managing the team, called Kitt:
Bransfield over to the bench and whili
the big pitcher beamed his approva
"'See here Kitty. I don't want an:
secrets on this team. The next timi
one of those fellows gets on your base
k you just let everybody on the teas
know it. Do you understand?'
"'That's right Bill,' said Coveleski
'he had that call coming to him."'
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I persisted in their use and in one
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a"No, sir. I'm in favor of extendini
dthe principle that requires the office
to seek the man, to private employ
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