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f I But eight eight States St States t sdo do do not now require requireexamination requirecxnminatlon requireixamtnation
examination by a State Board of those thoseWho thosowho thosetvbo
Who tvbo wish to practice medicine They Theyare Theynre Theyare
are Arkansas Colorado Kentucky KentuckyMichigan IicntuckYMichIgan IcentuekyMichigan
Michigan Nebraska Nevada eIlla South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota
Dakota and Tennessee TennesseeI
I r Doubt is often cast upon clectrocu clectrocuUon deetrocutIon electrocuton
ton as a system by the fact that per persons perOllS persops ¬
sons OllS may survive an accidental shock shockof shockot shockof
of 2000 000 volts olts The Electrical World Worldand Worldand Worldstud
and Engineer points out that the con conjlltlons conUons cou11tlons
jlltlons 11tlons Uons of a chance contact arc entirely entirelyifllfferent enUrelyrufIerent entirelyUfferent
ifllfferent Ufferent from those provided in the thechair thochair thechair
chair It reviews the history of electrocutions elec electrocutions eleccutlons ¬
trocutions cutlons In New York and says saysThere saysThere saysThere
There can be no question that the thesubject thelubJect thesubject
subject dies by the effects of the elec electric elecIe elecfile ¬
file Ie shock nnd isdead beyond all hope hopebefore hopebetore hopebefore
before the autopsy takes place placeThe placeTbe placeThe
The Buffalo Commercial fays that thatwhen tbatVhen thatwhen
when Vhen n political rumor begins It Is Isstated IsI Isstated
I stated upon the highest authority by byone byone byone
one who enjoys tbe confidence con dence etc1 etc1that et ettbat etdthat
that rumor can be set down at onco as asa asl asn
a l deliberate invention based on no au authority authorlty authorny ¬
thorny One who ought to enjoy enjoyconfidence enjoycon enjoyconfidence
confidence con l1enct will not betray It If he hedoes hedocs bedoes
does be Is a traitor and a sneak is not notentitled notentitled notentitled
entitled to and probably does not have haveanybodys b3enybodys haveanybodys
anybodys confidence confidenceAmerican confidenceAmerIcan confidenceAmerican
American exportation of trotting trottinghorses trottln trottlnhorses trottinghorses
horses during the last ten years yearsbas yearshas yearshas
has been especially notable There Thereis ThereIs Thereis
is scarcely a country In Europe which whichlias wblchlias whichhas
lias failed to appreciate the superior superiorqualities superiorqunUtles superiorqualities
qualities of the Americanbred Amerlcan bred trotter trotterGermany trotterGermany trotterGermany
Germany Trance Russia and Austria AustriaAll Austrianil Austriaall
All have been large buyers of Ameri Amerlcan American American ¬
can thoroughbreds and lu many in instances InIitanc instances ¬
stances Iitanc s American trainers have been beenselected beenl3electell beenselected
selected to superintend the stables of ofthese ottbese ofthese
these foreign purchasers purchasersThe purchasersTbo purchasersThe
The English sparrow spa11O which has hasmade basmade hasmade
made so many enemies in the Eastern Easternand Easternanll Easternand
and Central States has invaded the tbeHocky the1locky theRocky
Rocky Mountain region For some > ome time timepast timepast timepast
past T D A A Cockrell reports reportslt It t has hasbeen hasbCtlI hasbeen
been known in the northeastern sec section sectlon seelion ¬
lion of New ew Mexico at Raton and Las LasVegas rasVegas LasVegas
Vegas and It scorns to be gradually graduallypr gradual1ysprcailing graduallyspipading
sprcailing pr adlng westward and southward southwardliavlng southwardMvlnrecentlr southwardbaying
baying Mvlnrecentlr recently been noticed fqr the thefirst tbeJlrst thefirst
first time at Albuquerque AlbuquerqueThe
The universal plaint is concisely conciselyvoiced conciselyolcell conciselysolced
voiced by b the London Evening Stand Standard Stnndard Standand ¬
ard American influences it says saysappear saysappear saysappear
appear Just now to pervade the whole wholeof wholef wholeof
of f Europe If American horses do not notcarry Dotcarry notcarry
carry all before them yet American Americanriding Americanriding Americanriding
riding American training tralnln American Americanhorse Amerlcnnhorse Americanborse
horse dentistry dentlstr and an shall we add addAmerican addAmerican addAmerican
American doping seem to have ever everincreasing eerIncrenslng everincreasing
increasing vogue oguc not only in this coun country country country ¬
try but in France Germany Austria AustriaRussia Anstrlanussln AustriaBussla
Russia and wherever else there is an anopportunity anollportunlty anopportunity
opportunity on the Continent ContinentUnique ContinentUnique ContinentUnique
Unique conditions prevail preallin lu the Stato StatoNormal StatoNormol StateNormal
Normal School of Georgia where are aregathered aregathered aregathered
gathered more than GOO pupils whose whoseages whoseages1nne whoseages
ages ages1nne range from troiuseenteen seventeen to sixty sixtyyear sixtyyear sixtyyears
year Year before last more than thanforty thanforty thanforty
forty of the students were over forty fortyimd fortylnd fortyud
ud imd a halt dozen over fifty years old oldWidows oldWidows oldWidows
Widows come bringing their children childrentbe cblldrenthe childrenthe
the Confederate soldier hobbles in on oncrutches oncrutcbes oncrutches
crutches there are old bachelors and andgrandmothers anllgrnnllmotbers andgrandmothers
grandmothers hearthungry heart hungry for knowl knowledge knowledl knowledge ¬
edge edl Tuition Is free but the tale of ofliving otJiving ofliving
living expenses covers many a trag tragedy traged tragedy ¬
edy ed A paralyzed man has plowed with withcue withJne withone
cue baud year oar after year that his young youngsister youngsister roun rounsslster
sister might attend the school and she shevorJis sbeor1s ohovorics
vorJis or1s with pathetic desperation to be become becomo beConic
come in turn hIs supporter Persons Personsinclined PersonsIncllnell PersonsInclined
inclined to grumble because certain certaineducational certainellucatlonal certaineducational
educational plums have hll not fallen their theirway tbelr1ay theirway
way may well draw a parallel of con conditions con41ll1ons condlllons ¬
ditions ditionsEvery 41ll1onsJvery dlllonsEvery
Every little while a discussion arises arisesas arisesns arisesas
as to the time of life when a man ought oughtto oughtto oughtto
to retire from active participation In laaffairs Ina inaffairs
affairs a fln Irs The public Is asked to con consider con1Iller consider ¬
sider whether there Is not a certain certainlimit certalrlthnlt certainlimit
limit of years ears when a man no longer longerought longerought longerought
ought to preach when a rich man manought mnnJugbt manought
ought to begin to give away awn big bl money moneywhen moneywbcn moneywhen
when a farmer ought to bund over his hisfields his1illds hisfields
fields and granaries to his sons and anddaughters anddnughtels anddaughters
daughters when an editor dltor ought to tostep totep tostep
step tep writing wrllln anything but reminis reminiscences Iemlnlscences reminissenses ¬
cences which be Is pretty sure nobody nobodywill nobodywill nobodywill
will read Out in Minnesota the other otherday otherdny otherday
day a logging party returning from fromHu fromits Iom IomIt
Hu It winter camp was found to consist consistof consistJ consistof
of < J one contractor aged seventyeight seventyeightanother se seventyeightanother ntyelght ntyelghtunotber
another contractor aged sixtyfive one onehelper onolJeper onehelper
helper aged seventynine one horse horseaged horseJgell horseaged
aged twontytbrte c and another horse horseaged bOlsetged horseaged
aged twentyone They jhl built their own owncamp owncamp owncamp
camp cut their own roads and plied piledupon pliedupon pliedupon
upon the frozen lake 100000 feet of ofpine ofJllnc ofplnc
pine timber Further l urll1el than these baredetails bare baredetails b1Iedetails
details the chronicle Is silent but there thereis tbereJs thereIs
is enough to show that In the logging loggingcamps logglnenmps loggingcamps
camps of Minnesota the question of the theace tbeae theage
ace of retirement Is still under debate debateor debateor
or bas been indefinitely postponed
I halted at a pleasant inn innAs innos innAs
As os I my way was vending enc1ing
A rosy apple was the sign signIrrom signrom signFrom
From rom knotty knott bough depending dependingMine dependingMine dependingMine
Mine host hostit it was an apple tr trSo tree treeSo
So smilingly received me meTo mend meAnd
And nd spread his choice nnd sweetest lace laceTo faceTo
To strengthen and refresh meFull me meFull meFun
Full many a gaylyfeathercd guest guestTheir guestCame guestCaine
Came thro the branches springing springinThey
They lightly flew from bough to bough boughTheir bough bough1heir
Their merry carols singing singingBeneath singingBeneath singingBeneath
Beneath the shade I laid me down downAnd downAnd downAnd
And slumber sweet peaecssed p cled me meThe meThe meThe
The south wind sighing through the leaves leavesWith lcnvesWith leaves1Vith
With touches soft soft caressed me meAnd meAnd meAnd
And when I rose and would have paid paidMy paidIy paidMy
My Iy host so open hearted heartedHe htartedlIe heartedlie
lIe only shook his lofty head headI
I thanked him and departed departedHelen
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T was a rainy afternoon and wo wohad wohall wehad
IT had been passing the time by tell telling tellIng telllug ¬
ing ghost stories That rho t Is a very verygood verygood f ry rygooll
good sort of thing for a rainy at atternoou atternoon atternoon
ternoon and It Is a much better time timethan timethan timethan
than after night It you ou tell ghost ghoststories ghoststories ghoststories
stories after dark they are apt to make makeyou mnkeyou makeyou
you nervous whether you own up to toIt toIt toit
It or not and you sneak home and anddodge anddodge tnl1dollge
dodge upstalrs up stalrs in mortal terror and andundress andundress 11111undless
undress with your back to the wall wallBO waUso wallso
so that you OU cant fancy there is anything any anything anytblng
thing behind you youWe youWe youWe
We had each told a story and had hadhad hadhall hadhad
had the usual assortment of mysterious myster mysterious myster10us ¬
ious noises and death warnings and andsheeted lIndsheetell andsheeted
sheeted spectres and so on down downthrough downthrough on onthrol1gh
through the whole catalogue of bore horrors borelorsenough herTorsenough ¬
rors lorsenough enough to satisfy sa tlsf3 any n n reason reasonable rensonable reasonable
able gbost taster But Jack as usual usualwas usualwas usualwas
was dissatisfied He said our stories storieswere stolleswele storieswere
were all secoud secondbaud hnnd stuff There Therewasnt Therewasnt Iherewasnt
wasnt a man in the crowd who had hadever hllleer badever
ever seen se < > n o or heard a ghost all our our4ocallcd ourocallell oureo
4ocallcd eo called authentic stories had been beentold beentold beentold
told us by persons llell > ons who had the story storyfrom stOIYfrom storyfrom
from other persons who saw the theghosts thegbosts theghosts
ghosts ghostsOne gbostsOne ghostsOne
One doesnt get any anlnrollUntl anyinformatlon Information n from fromthat fromthat fromthat
that that said 0111 Jack I never expect to toget toget toget
get so far along as to see a real ghost ghostmyself ghostmysell ghostmyself
myself but I would like to see and andtalk andtalk mdtalk
talk to one who bad badSome hRdome hadsome
Some ome persons appear to have the theknack theknnck theknack
knack of getting their wishes granted grantedJack stantel1Jncl grantedJack
Jack is one of that Ilk 111 Just as be bemade bemade bemade
made the remark Davenport sauntered saunteredin
in and finding out what was going goingon goingon
on volunteered to tell a n ghost story storyhimself storyhlmseltsometblng storyhimselfsomething
himself hlmseltsometblng something that bad happened happenedto
to his grandmother glandmotherol or maybe lDa bo it was wasbis washis wasiris
his great aunt I forget which It was waaa wasn wasa
a vto Vf good ghost story as 1S ghost ghoststories gboststories ghoststories
stories go and Davenport told It well wellEven wellEen wellEven
Even Jack admitted that but he said saidIts sllll1Its saidIts
Its only secondhand second Imnd too Did Didyou Dillyou Didyou
you ever have a ghostly experience experienceyourself etperlenceyourself experienceyourself
yourself old man 7 7Daenport > v vDavenport t tDavenport
Davenport put his finger tips critic critically crItical1y critically ¬
ally together togetherWould togetherWoulll togetherWould
Would you believe me if I said 1bad 1 1had Ihad
had 7 he asked askedNo I1skel1No askedNo
No said Jack unblushingly unblushinglyThen unblushlng1yThen unblushinglyThen
Then there would be no use In my mysaying m msn3Ing mysaying
saying it itBut ItBut it itBut
But jou dont mean that you ever everreally everreal1y everreally
really had of course courseI 7 7I
I dont know Something queer queerhappened queerhappened queerhappened
happened once Ive never been able ableto nblcto ableto
to explain It Itfrom from a II practical point pointof pointot pointof
of view Iew that Is Want to hear about aboutit nboutIt about1t
it itOf
Of course we did This was excit cxcltlag exciting excitIng ¬
ing Nobody would ever have sus suspected suspected suspected
pected Davenport of seeing ghosts ghostsIts shostsIts ghostsIts
Its conventional enough he be began began began
gan Ghosts dont seem to have much muchoriginality muchorlglnnlllY muchoriginality
originality But its firsthand Jack JackIf JaelIt Jackif
If thats what you want I dont sup suppose suppose slippose
pose any nn of you have ever heard me mespeak mespenk mespeak
speak of my brother Charles He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was my m senior by two years and was wasn Wnsa wasa
a quiet reserved sort of fellow tellownot tellownotnt nol nolnt
nt all demonstrative but with very verjstrong verystrong ery erystrons
strong and deep affections affectionsWhen ntrectlonsWhen ntrectionsWhen
When he left college colll c he became en engaged engagel1 engaged
gaged to Dorothy Doroth Chester She was waivery wnsvery wasvery
very beautiful and my brother Idol IdolIzed IdolIzell Idolized
Ized her She died a short time befon befonthe beforthe betorthe
the date Rut for their marriage am amCharles milCharles anti antiCharles
Charles never recovered from from tin tinblow thfblow tin tinblow
blowI blow blowI
I married Dorothys sister Virginia VirginiaVirginia VlrlnlnVirginia VirginiaVirginia
Virginia did not In tbe least resemblher resembl resemblber resembhher <
her sister but our eldest daughter I1nu daigiitor 1t01 war waistrikingly WOstrlkln waratrlkingly
strikingly strlkln I like her dead aunt W 1Vcalled Wcnllell V Vcalled < <
called her Dorothy and Charles wai waidevoted 1aclevotel1 wadevoted
devoted to her Dolly Doll ns we caller callerliar callcher
her was always Uncle Clmrleyi Clmrleyigirl Olla1Iljgirl Chmleygirl
girl girlWhen
When Dolly was twelve years oh ohCharles ohlChnlIe8 of ofCharles
Charles went to New ew Orleans on bus burlflees buslness busness
ness and while there took took yellow ycllovfever yellowfever rello rellofeer
fever and died lIe was burled thereand there thereand theloanl1
and Dolly half broke her cblldlsl ehildislheart cblldlslheart eblldlsheart
heart over ovmbls his death deathOne IleathOne deathOne
One day five years eOI8 later when Doll Dollwas Dolls D01lJ1as Dollswas
was seventeen I wns writing WIltllI letterin letter letterIn JettellIn
In my I library That very er morning in mwife inwife InwIte
wife and Dolly had gone to New ew Yorl 1011en Yorlen Yorlen
en route rout for Europe I I1Iop Dolly was goliij goliijto golut08choollll goitto
to t08choollll school in Paris for a year Buslnes Buslnesprevented lluslnesiIIIcelltell Businesprevented
prevented my In accompanying them ever eveias Nllas everas
as far nl as New York but Gilbert dies diester Cbl Cbltel Circater
ter my wifes brother was going oln will willthem withthem
I them They jhl were wero to sail on the Aragob Ara Aragou Arcgon
gob the next morning morningI
I had written steadily for about ai aihour orboul a ahour
hour At last growing tired I threw threvdown thre threIown threwdown
down Iown my pen and leaning back 1 1ray ii iimy IrIny
my chair was on the point JoInt of llghtlni llghtlnia IIgh tln tlna
a cigar when an unaccountable Itn Itnpulse 1mlJUIc m mpulse
pulse made me turn round rouncl1 I droppet droppetmy dloppetlilY droppemy
my cigar and sprang Kplnn to my m feet 1amazement li liamazement I r rnmnzement
amazement There was only one one dooin doo dooIn doOlIn
In the room and 1 had nil along bee beeifacing blerfnclns beefacing
facing it I could have sworn nobody nobodjhad nouol13hall nobodyhad
had entered yet et there standing bo botween ut uttween between
tween arc and the bookcase was wasmanand 118 i iman n nmnnnllc1
man mnnnllc1 and that man was my brothe brothediaries 1IIothelChalJes brothoCharles
diaries diariesThere ChalJesThere CharlesThere
There was no mistaking him I saw sawhim savihim sa sahim
him as plainly as 11 I see you you ou lIe was wastall wastall n ntoll
tall rather stout stout man wIth with curly ball balland hairand
and a fair closeclipped heard I Ih IhI II IIt <
1 wore the same light gray sum which whichhe vhlelbe Tlilellhe
he had worn when bidding us goodbj oob
on tho nr morning rning of his departure j for forNew foiNew toriow
New iow Orleans lIe had no baton bnt on but bu1wore butwore butwore
wore spectacles and was standing ii iihis In InIlls inhis
his old favorite attitude with his hithands hisbanlls hishands
hands behind him htmI
I want you to understand that a athis nthis at atthis
this precise moment although I I was waisurprised wassmpIlsed wassurprised
surprised beyond measure 1 was no nola not 110tIn notin
In the least frightened because I dli dlinot dill dillnot didnot
not for n moment suppose that whatI what whaI
I saw was woswel1 well a ghost or apparition apparltloiof apparitionor
of any sort The thought that flashed Jiasheacross flashedacross flashedacross
across my bewildered brain was wiusimply Wlt9imIJI wassimply
simply imIJI that there had been some SOlD I nb nbsurd nbsurd ribsurd
surd mistake somewhere and thatinj thatinjbrother that my mybrothor mybrother
brother had hal111eTel never lied mellnt at all but was washere wat wathere wnsbero
here alive and un well we I took a hasty hastystep hastystep hastystep
step toward him hluiGood htmG himGood
Good G Good oll heavens old fellow I ex exclaimed c cclarmed exclafined
claimed Where on earth have you youtome 3011tome yontonic
tome from Why we all nlj thought youwere you youwere youwCIe
were deadwas dead deadI
I was ns quite close to him when bon 1 1stopped 1 1shll1pell Ishipped
stopped abruptly Somehow I couldnt couldntmove couldntmoo couldntmove
move another step He made no mo motion motlon moUan ¬
tion but his eyes ees looked straight straightInto straightIntomine into Intcmine intomine
minerile mine mineIt
mineDo It Do 0 not let Dolly sail 011 on the Ara Amgun Aragon Aragon <
gon tomorrow to tuorrow he said In slow slo clear clemtones clenrtones cleartones
tones that I heard distinctly distinctlyAnd dIstinctlynd distinctlyAnd
And nd then he was gone goulyes yes Jack JackI JacJI
I know It is n very CIy conventional way wayof WilYot wayof
of ending up 1p n ghost story stor but I haveto have haveto ha hato
to tell you just what occurred or nt atleast at atleast ntleast
least what I thought occurred One Onemoment Onemom Onemoment
moment mom cut be was there and the next nexlmoment Bextmoment nextmoment
moment he wasnt He did not passme pass passme lJasime
me or go out of the door doorFor doorFot doorFor
For u few moments I felt dazed dazedI
I was wide awake and In my right rightand rightn rightand
and n ml proper senses so far as I could couldjudge coullljudge couldjudge
judge and yet the whole thing seemed seemedincredible secmellInelel1lble seemedincredible
incredible Scared Scalelll No I wasntconscious wasnt wasntconscious wasntconscIous
conscious of being scared I wassimply was wassimply wassimply
simply bewildered bewilderedlu
In my mental confusion one thought thoughtstood tlloughtstood thoughtstood
stood out ou sharply shnrptDoll Dolly was in dan danger dongel danger ¬
ger of some some hind Id lul and If the warning warningwas wnrnlngwas warningwas
was really from tom a supernatural source sourceIt sourceII sourceIt
It must not be disregarded I rushed rushedto r1sbel1to rushedto
to the station and having first wired Ilell to tomy to1tJ tomy
my 1tJ wife not to sail on the Aragon tI1gon 1 1found 1 1found Ifound
found that I could connect with the theuveflfteeu thetieflfteln thedve
uveflfteeu dve fifteen train for New York I took tookIt tookIt tookIt
It with the comfortable consciousness consciousnessthat conselousneEUlnt consciousnessthat
that my m friends would certainly think thinkI
I had gone out of my mind mindI
I arrived arllel1lu lu New ew York nt S oclock oclockthe ocloc1tho oclock oclockthe
the next morning m Inlng and at once drove drovuto drooto droveto
to the hotel where my wife Ifl daughter daughterand daughterbud nughtelI1nl1
and brotherinlaw were staying I Ifound ItOUUl Ifound
found them greatly mystified by my mytelegram myteleglllI1 mytelegram
telegram I suppose my 111 explanation explanationwas
was n very lame one I know I felt feltdecidedly teltItecll1ellly feltdecidedly
decidedly like n fool Gilbert laughedat laughed laughedat
at me and said sa 111 I had dreamed dleall1edtbo dleall1edtbowhole thewhole the thewholes
whole thing Virginia was perplexedbut perplexed perplexedbut parplexedbut
but Dolly accepted tho warning un unhesitatingly unbesltatlngly unhesitatingly ¬
hesitatingly hesitatinglyOf
Of course It was Uncle Charleyshe Charley Charleyshe Charleyshe
she said confidently We will not sail sailon sailon sailon
on the Aragon now nowGilbert nowGllbelt nonGilbert
Gilbert had to give In to this de decision l1 l1clslon declsion ¬
cision with a very CI bad grace and tti ttiAragon the UieAlngon theAragon
Aragon sailed that day minus of three threeof threoot threeof
of her Intended passengers passengersWell passongersWel1 passengersWell
Well youve all heard of the hlj hljtorlc blJtOlle hijtonic
tonic collision between the Arngon add addthe add ailelHin addthe
Hin the Astmte Aatnvtn In In n n fn fog < r and nml the feltrt fearflll fearflllloss fpnrflll fpnrflllloss 1 1loss
loss of life It involved Gilbert dldnM dldnMlaugh dldn didntlaugh t tIn1gh
laugh when the news came I assure assureyou nssur assure assureyou J
you Virginia and Dolly sailed salle 11 a amonth nmontb n nmonth
month later on the Marseilles and amireached andIeaelled andreached
reached the other side sld side In safety Thats Thatsall Thatsall rhatsnil
all the story boys bO8the the only experionce experi experience experlence ¬
ence of the kind I ever had concludedDareapcrt concluded concludedDavenport conc1udeiJDaenp
Davenport DareapcrtWe DavenportWe Daenp l1t l1tWo
We bad many questions to ask nnd nndseveral nndseertl andseveral
several theories to advance Jack said saidDavenport sall1Daenport said saidDavenport
Davenport had dreamed it and that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the the collision of at the th the Aragon and tho thoAstarte thoAstnlte theAstarte
Astarte was simply a striking camel coincidence colneldence camelBence ¬
dence But Davenport merely smiled smilednt smiledat smiledat
at all our suggestions and as it t cleared clearedtip denlCll1p clearedup
tip 1p Just about 3 we told no more ghost ghoststories ghoststoriesWaverley lIosl lIoslstollasWaerley
stories stollasWaerley Waverley Magazine MagazineThe IagazlneIll
The Ill Evolution of the S Sed Seda < la Fountain FonntalnThe FountainThe Fountainlhe
The rapid increase In the trade en enjoyed enJOYeL1 enjoyed
joyed by the proprietors of soda four fountains tountalns fourtains ¬
tains In the leading cities of the Dili Dilited Unltell United
ted States has led to the installatioof
of trmu m1n3 mane very elaborate and costljoutfits cosh coshoutfits
outfits Most Iost of the finer ones nvmade
made ma e of Mexican onyx and cost i isome isome
some Instances as high as 15000 o
20000 A 13000 soda fountain woiilcbe
be made of the finest material amwould am amwould nn
1 would be of great reat size lIzI It might havthirty
thirty draft tubes and 100 syrup cans cansAery
i Very beautiful onyx onx fountains of tindimensions tintlhnenslons
dimensions more commonly used saj sajwith sa sawltb
with wit ten syrups and throe draft tubes tubescan tuhescnn tubescan
can be bought for from SoO to 1200 1200In 1200In 1110In
In fact a handsome onyx fountain cat catbe cnlbe
be bought for 5000 000 But not every everybody IneryI everyhotly
I body boll wants an onyx fountain Ther Therare rhel rhelBIe
are yet purchasers lU1eha lurchasers els who prefer IlIeterone one o omarble
marble A marble mnnhle fountain with ony onytrimmings onytllmmlngiJ
trimmings could cou be had at say 45C 45CAn 40Au
An oldstyle marble fountain might b bbad hhad
bad for 150 150Fifty 10Ilfty
Fifty years cars ago no or thereabouts sod soclrwater so sodwater
water was drawn lawn from a silver tubrising tubrising
rising rlsln out of the counter Then I hen camthe cnniithe
the first visible slble soda fountains smal smalmarble
I marble boxes placed Jlaeel1 on the counter counterFrom
From these developed the claboratand
and often cOstly fountains of tnarblthat
that tlla t preceded the onyx fountain of th thpresent
present Beautiful and costly raarbl raarblwas malblwas marblJas
was Jas as brought from all parts of tinearth tin tinearth tillearth
earth to be used 11sel1ll1 in the construction o osoda
soda fountains but now the fashion t 1 1onyx Ion
1 onyx on with Itb n canopy cnnop or supcrstructuri supcrstructuriof lup euperstructui euperstructuiof
of wood Along Iong with its great develop development deelopI
I ment in beauty has comc COIII > a correspond correspondIng cOIesponi cOIesponiIn correspondlag
lag In Improvement In the soda soil a fouc fouctains fo aria ariatahrs r rtallls
tains working olltln parts The raoderrfountain
fountain Is s far more convenient am amefficient nllcI nn
efficient I In operation than Its old oldtime oldtimepredecessors oldtlmL liin
L IJIel1ccessolsbnerlenn predecessors American Exporter ExporterScotland BXpoltelficotHnla ExporterScotlands
Scotland Sabbath Uionntc UionntcEven UtnOateEIen Up lo nate
Even Scotia does not stand too tooquite HOTquite
quite where she did at least as re regards ICgBlds
grinds certain of the more rigid rl lIl oh ohscrvmiccs obL
L scrvmiccs of her Calvinism Says tin tinDundee thDundel
Dundee paper In the seventies w wwere wi wiwere wwcr
were wcr observing Ob8erln puUHc pul llc fast day d1 am amcareless nnl
l careless laddies were rebuked foiwhistling
whistling on the street on the Fas FasThursday l Fe s sThursday
Thursday Jhulsc1n Today lodJ ministers advocatthe advocati advocatithe al1onttllo
the running of Sunday curs Fasdays
I days are forgotten The old oldtlmispring tfm tfmspring
spring sprln and autumn fasts are 1e becom becoruing becomIng
ing holidays and city and town foilenjoy folenjoy
I enjoy longdistance long dlstunce excursions at cheajrntcB chea chearatesLondon
rntcB rnteiIon ratesLondon London on Dally News
Tower ower of Mental Concentration ConeentratlonVhere ConeentratlonVhereJU Where Where1IU
1IU JU QreatncM Ijirlllt Talent For ForIrui ForLllerel1lpEsercllet ForLeaderahlpExerclsed
Irui Lllerel1lpEsercllet r > lil > ExuTcle < l tt Fascination FascinationOver 1luehtlonOr I ° aclaatlonOver
Over III fits AMoclates AuoclnteeCecil AMoclatesCecil oclllu ocllluCecil
Cecil Illipeles was the son of a clergy clergyman clelglUan clergyman ¬
man of the tbe Church of England rector rectorf rectorif
if > f Bishops Dlshol > s Stortforel n small town half halfway ImUvny buUoy
way oy between London and Cambridge Cambridgelie CnmbrldgeHe CambridgetIe
lie was educated at the graiuinor graiuinorschool grlU1J1narchool grrnurnarschool
school of the town His lungs were wereso were wereso wreso
so weak that nt the age of nineteen nineteenlie nineteenbe
lie 11 was sent to live with a brother brotherIn
In n Natal whence he presently driftedto drifted driftedto
to the recently discovered diamond diamondailues lllnmoDdnlns diamondnines
nines at Klinberly and spent a num number number numr ¬
ber of years onrsthert there acquiring claims claimsiml claimsbad
bad laying tbe foundations of his Im Immense 1mmense Iraunease ¬
mense fortune while returning fromtime from fromtime Cromtime
time t to time to England to keep his histerms Illsterms histerms
terms and pass Ills lls examinations atOxford at atOxford atOxford
Oxford Ultimately he effected a consolldatlon con consolidation consolhJation ¬
solidation of all the numerous Interests Interestsat
at the diamond mines Into one huge hugecompany hugecompany hugecompany
company of which he became the theruling theIullng theruling
ruling spirit and turned to politics politicsIlls politics1I1s politicsIlls
Ills career thereafter Is known to all allthe nllthe allthe
the world worldThe worldlhe worldThe
The characteristic note of iris Intel Intellect Intelect Intellest ¬
lest was Its power of concentration concentrationlie
lie had no very ery wide range of tastescud tastes tastesnnd tastesIlId
cud Interests nOL did his mind playfreely play playfreely Ilayfrlely
freely upon different subjects It was wasabsorbed WitSabsorbCll wasabsorbed
absorbed by a few Ideas Id il was accus nceustomell accustamed accustomed ¬
tamed to brood upon them and was noteasily not noteasily notcll811y
easily drawn off even In general soci society Bodet society ¬
ety et to other topics Literature andart and andart andnrt
art seemed to have no great attractionfor attraction attractionfor IlttlactlonrOI
for him The only department of his history histor illstory ¬
tory tor that he cared for was the his history history history ¬
tory of the Hoinau Empire apparentlybecause apparently apparentlybecause apparentlybecltuse
because It touched his Imagination Imaginationand
and suggested to him analogies withthe with withthe withtho
the history of tbe British Empire ns nsIt nilIt asit
It has grown during the last two cen contunics centuries cenlutleR ¬
tunics Indeed lie lie was so fond of It ns msto nsto
to have special translations made for forhis lorhis forhis
his own use of the works orks of thosemore those thosemore tllosemOIt
more obscure historians of the later laterimperial lateiImperial latelhnpellnl
Imperial period who had not been beenturned beenturned beenturned
turned Into English for though he b had hadtaken hallInken hadtaken
taken his degrees at Oxford he had hadno hadno hindno
no special turn for languages langua ses andland and andbad l1ullbad
bad allowed his Latin and Greek togrow to togrow togrow
grow rusty But though he did not notvhlnp nothlnt notchine
chine hlnt In general conversation thoserho those thoserbo tbosenbo
rbo talked talk ell with Mm llm were always Im Impressed ImfJressed Iramessed ¬
pressed by the force with which hespoke he liespoke hesllolte
spoke on any nn practical question He HeVad HeJail lIelied
lied Jail always formed Ills views Iews for him himself lJImselt binself ¬
self he held them with tenacity lie bestated lieStated heltntell
Stated them with an air of almost pas passionate passionate passlonate ¬
sionate conviction reiterating them themUgalii tbemgall1 themigain
Ugalii and again In almost the same samewords SII
words olds and seldom seeming to recog reeognlze recognlze recognlze
nlze the th worth of any objections that thatmight Ollltmight thatmight
might be brought against them He Hecould
could when It was necessary attend attendcarefully nttet111cnrefu113
carefully to details and be patient h hworking IIIworllng
working them out No such success successus
us he achieved in business and for f ftime
time In politics would have been possl posslble pORslhe posslbtu
btu without n mastery of details Buhe Binhe
he liked better to deal deal1lth with large conceptlois con conceptlous conceptlons
ceptlous and to dwell upon a few fewdominant
dominant facts or forces as if thesewere
were ele the only things that needed tcbe t tbe
be regardedThough regarded regardedThough regallledIhollgh
Though he sat for many years In theCape
Cape Parliament mud led it as Prime PrimeMinister PrimMinister
Minister lll1lstel he lacked the ordinary nc ncconipllshments accompllshments nccompllshments
compllshments of the practical poll polltlclan polltlclan polltlclnn
tlclan He was a powerful rntlieithan ratherthan
than a persuasive speaker and by n nmeans nemeans
means means skilful In debate sometimes of offending offa1Jlllng oftending
fending people whom he ought to have haveconciliated ba
conciliated and nn often blurting outopinions out outopinions outopinions
opinions which It would have heel beeiprudent heelIl1ullellt bee beeprudent
prudent to conceal Ills colleague colleagueIn
In the Ministry were ere always nlwa s nerroui nerrouiwhen nelo nervoin nervoinwhen
when he rose though his talent for golug go going goIns
lug Ins straight to the vital issues am amthe nn nnthe antine
the force of his personality made hlneffective
effective He might In b this respect bi bicompared b bcompalell
compared to Blmnnrek lll murel although tinlatter th thlatter
I latter was a much greater Ieater master o oexpression
expression and while not an orator h hthe hthl I Ithe
the recognized sense of the word worl Inoften h hoften
I often struck out phrases > hl1es of extract extractdlnary
I dummy strength and 11 point pointAlthough IJolntI pointAlthough
I Although Cecil Rhodes was a socln soclnbl soda sodabb
116 bl bb man hospitable and always l sun surrounded S1lt
t rounded by friends his Intellectual llfwas
was os solitary and Isolated He did no noseem 110Icem nnseem
seem to profit Jlolit much by b the counsel o oother aothCl ootbens
other nor Indeed to reel the need o oconsulting 0I or
I consulting others lIe thought thing thingout thIn thInout tlningout
out for himself brooding upon then thenIn thenin
In n halfdreamy imlf drenmy way way which seeaieiIn
In contrast to the steady direction o ohis 0his
his thoughts to practical alms aim Thai Tblhabit Thaihabit lJIIhabit
habit constituted part of his
It cave a e Ills views consistency COlJSlsteUl and so solldlty
lldlty Iltllt He had hadlctlectel1 reflected so deeply cl eplY dm dmhe 11mhe
he felt sure of himself and was no noeasily nocnslly
easily turned from his purpose Bu BuIt BuIt
It had also a t weak side Idl It gave him a aundue
1 undue mtlll confidence in in his own ow star starconlldence stareonfidence
conlldence onl1llelt fostered by tJ the defcrcncwhich defercircwhich
which lIe received from all those whsurrounded
surrounded surround ell him among whom h hfouud hfounll
found no equal And by b putting Inn liliout
out of 01 sympathy with the persons li lihad b bhad 11J
J had to deal with It nffactcil his Juelj Jueljmerit jlll1 jlll1ment jndmeat
merit He was so selfabsorbed self ahso bed ns ncalways
J always to foresee bow row his action woulstrike woulstrike
strike other people There bI can lie II IItie 11the
tie doubt oubt that the anger which the celonlal
lonlal Dutch showed against him nftc nftcthe nttcthe aftethe
the raid of December 1SU3 ISU was no noforeseen 0 0I
I foreseen by him nnd that even as lat lataf
I af ISO IS0i he expected CIJ < ctcd to win ove ovcenough oveonongh
enough 011 0 11 It of their votes otes to recover hi bipolltical hipolitical hiIJolltlclII
political position In the colony Mefar
far nt Inferior to blmself perceived thin tbntbls tlJfitllis thinthis
this was not to be hoped for forThis torlhls
This mistake mlstnletlJc the capital mistake oiris o ohis 0his
his life litewhich which brought his political cireor
reor reel to a close WitH largely due to tosingular tosingular
singular feature of his character IIhad
l had a clear view uiiil a Iran grasp o oall 0nil onil
nil material forces He knew knew mew bow t tuse tuse
use money and how to appeal to men menintercuts menInterests
Interests but he did not equally nppreclnto
elate the Influence of sentiment IIhad
had carried tine bull of the colonla colonlaDutch colonlnDutch colonlaDutch
Dutch with him In his struggle III1 le agoing agoingPresident agalqsIIesldent ngaigsIresidect
President Kruger because the colonlafarmers colon colonfarmers
farmers resented the tariff which 1hTvnusvaal
Tvnusvaal i ausvaal Government bad placed o 01
their produce and thus he had come cometo cometo
to look upon the whole hoe question as one oneof oneot oneof
of economic Interests When the racinl ra racial raclal ¬
cial feeling of the Dutch Dutch burst Into a astrong 11strong astrong
strong flame on heading of the nttucli nttucliupon nttoc nttocupon attaeiupon
upon tho republic of their kinsfolk kinsfolkand klnsfoUtalld kinsfolkand
and when this feeling continued to toburn toburn toburn
burn strong against himself himself effacing effacingfrom ertuclngtrom effacingfrom
from their minds the recollection of oftheir ottholr oftheir
their old grudges against the Kruger KrugerGovernment l KrugerGovernment rllger rllgerGovernDJent
Government ho was taken by surprise surpriseA
A force was at work of which his phi phllosophy philosophy hl hllosophy
losophy had made but slight account accountIt
It was said of him by one of hisSouth his hisSouth hisSouth
South African colleagues that proudas proud proudas
as they were of his hlsabUltlcs abilities and much muchns mucbas muchas
as they found to like In his character characterhe charncterbe
he had done something to lower thetone the thetone thetonl
tone of their political life by his con constant constant constout ¬
stant appOal oJ1P ol to material conslderatlnns consldera consideration conslderatlon ¬
tion tlnns Yet highly as he valued money moneyfor mone3for moneyfor
for tho political uses to which It could couldbo coulllbe couldbe
be put he had a soul above moneyand money moneyand mOlJe mOlJeand
and never thought of turning aside asidefrom asll1efront asidefrom
from his larger alms In order to accu accumulate ICcumulate accumulate ¬
mulate wealth He had no taste for forvulgar torvulgllr forvulgar
vulgar luxury nnd spent little upon uponhis uponhIs uponhis
his own enjoyment lie was generoushl generous generousIn
In his gifts Ifts and lavish in carrying out outany outnny outany
any purpose which appealed to his Im Imagination imagination 1m111Inatloll ¬
agination Neither was as there any anything anything anything ¬
thing petty 11etl or malignant ma gnnnt about hi hh na nature nnture nalure ¬
ture He roused strong antagonisms antagonismsas
as well as Inspired strong attachmentsbut attachments attachmentsbut attachmentsbut
but he did not seem to be moved Dy Dypersonal fiypersonal bypersonal
personal resentments and would often oftenspeak ortonspenlt oftenspeak
speak In n genial and liberal way ofthose of ofthose oftboEe
those who had hnllllttoclted attacked or opposed him himmost himmost blurmost
most bitterly The Theloc love of fame and andthe andtlle andtire
the love of power did no doubt largelyinfluence largely largelyInfluence Inrlel1Influence
Influence his course cours but they were not notseparated notseparltell notsepnrated
separated in his mind from the desireto desire desireto desireto
to extend the dominion and consolidatethe consolidate consolidatethe consolldntetlle
the power of England EnglandOne EnslnndOnl EnglandOne
One of the most Incontestable proofs proofsthat proofstbat proofsthat
that he had a kind of greatness Is to tobs tobe tobe
be found In the sort of fascination fascinationwhich fasclnntlonwhich fascinationwhich
which he exerted over most of thosewith those thosewith tlloowith
with whom he came In contact Hefound He Hefound 110tounll
found It natural to lead and Influence Influencemen Infiuencemen Inrfluencemen
men because he bad Initiative He Hemade lIomade liemade
made the impression of knowing Imowln exact exactly exnctIy exactly ¬
ly what bo wanted nnted of knowing how howhe howhe hnpwhut
he meant to attain It of being quite quitedetermined quitel1etermlnell quitedetermined
determined to attain it by one means meansor meansor mennsor
or another Ills frankness nnd directness direct directness directness ¬
ness which had something somethln Blsniark BlsniarkIan BlsUJalltIan Bismnrkinn
Ian about them heightened hllgblon 1l this Im Impression 1m1Ilesslon lurpresslon ¬
pression Nothing Xothlll so much disposed disposedmen dllJposesmen tilsposesmen
men to follow as the Kolfcoiifldoiice Kolfcoiifldoiiceof
of a leader Ilal et with a record of success successCecil SlIccegsCecil successCecil
Cecil Rhodes did not boast but It waseasy was waseasy wascosy
easy to see that he hI had faith In Idurself him himself himselt ¬
self seltIIe
He belonged to a typo of man less lesscommon lesscommon lesscommon
common In modern times and civilized civilizedcountries cJllIzClIcountries civilizedcountries
countries because the conditions are areless 1110less areless
less favorable to their development developmentthan dccloplneutthan developmentthan
than they were In the Middle Ages or orhave Othave orhave
have been In Asia Asiathe the type which whichmay whichmo whichmay
may mo be called cnllel1ln In no unfavorable sense sensethat len80that sensethat
that of the Adventurer the man whoso wlesoimagination whosoImagination whosoImnlnation
Imagination Is tired by ambition and andwhoso nndwhose andwhose
whose power of seeing and grasping graspingfacts gll1splngfnets graspingfacts
facts becomes effective by being united unitedto unltadto unitedto
to boldness in execution This type typemost typemost typemost
most usually appeared In war 01 andcorded and andcarried andcnrllell
carried to greatness men whoso talent talentlay talentay talentlay
lay ay In military leadership lenl1er8111p Now It has hasother hasother
other engines of power available MrIthodes Mr MrRhodes lr lrHholls
Rhodes Is the first person who has hasconspicuously hnsconspicuously innsconspicuously
conspicuously known 111 own how to use usefinance usefinance usefinance
finance and financial combinations on ona 011I o oa
I a large scale as n means of attainingpolitical attaining attainingpolitical ottnlnlngpolitical
political power and pursuing largo po political IJOIltlenl politlcal ¬
litical sim alms 111m m He Is a new form of the thetype tbet
type t pe a form suited to the conditions conditionsof
of a still undeveloped country countl likeSouth like likeSouth 1110South
South Africa Even those who censure censuresome cenSIl1osomo censuresome
some of his nets cannot but admit that thathis
I his alms worn not solely personal that thathe tbathe thatbe
he was s mist In a large mold and thatan that thatan thatnn
an unkind fate denied him the chance chancewhich chnncoblch eiianrcewhich
which blch ho desired of retrieving the chief chieferror chiefI chieferror
I error of his life He He will certainly celtnlnl be beremembered bei
i remembered as a < J one of the most striking strikingand strlltlngi
i and brilliant figures of his tineNew tineNewYork time New NewYork ew ewYOlk
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figure two wellknown Columbus Columbusladles ColumbusIndleR
ladles and a parrot Mrs A paid aspecial a aspecial asfJeclal
special call cnllat at the home of Mrs B the theother
other day and was ushered Into tine tholiving tht1Ilng tineliving
living room roomby by the themalllofallwollto maid of all work to toawait toawait
await 11 wl1lt the appearance niJlIel1ance of Mrs B BMrs H1Is BMrs
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of a 1 parrot only a short time before beforeand IJlfolonnll beforeail
and had been keeping the tine bird In tin tinliving thllivIng tineliving
living room Polly has a very good goodcommand ood oodcODJmnnll
t command of English I ngllsb and appears to toknow tomow
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with her back to the bird without no noticing notlcln ¬
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1 command commandDrop cOlIJlJlandDrop connnandDrop
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IJ of Polly who sat In in her cage with her hergreen
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t smashed to bits At this
most em embarrassing 1111 1111bn1rll881ng ¬
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