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A Short Term In the Zanzibar Con Consulship ConsUllhlp Coneulehip ¬
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sulship General Generally Sufficient SufficientUndesirable SuffIcientUndeslrablo SufficientUndesirablo
Undesirable consulships have long longgiven lon longiven longgiven
given rlee to humorous Incidents But BntZanzibar ButZanzibar ButZanzibar
Zanzibar to which the President has hasappointed hnaJ haeappointed
J appointed appolnted1lason Mason Mitchell 11 Itch ell a rough roughrider rouChrldor roughrider
rider seems to be in the lead in un unattractiveness u1attractiveness
1 attractiveness if the length of con consular consular consular ¬
sular terms proves any test says theWashington the thoWashington th thWashington
Washington correspondent of the New NewYork N NewYork w wYork
York Evening Post Indiana has usu usually usunlly ucuf ¬
f ally claimed tho honor of furnishing furnishingcandidates furnishingcandidates I Icandidates
candidates for this place but after afterthe afterthe I Ithe
the resignation of a man named Rag Rogers Ragera flogore ¬
ers of Shoales the Indiana senators senatorsnotified senatorsnotified i inotified
notified tho President that they were werothrough werethrough worethrough
through with it They had hadconstltu constitu constituents constituonto ¬ i icnts
onto who were willing to take takechances takechances i ichancos
chances but the senators were not notprepared nottprepared I II1repared
prepared to promise that these ven venturesome venturesome venturesome ¬
turesome individuals would stay tay more morethan moretban morethan
than a month Before Rogers took tookthe tooktho tookthe
the place it was held for nearly a year yearby yearby i
by Bob Mansfield at one time pri private prlvale ¬ II
vate secretary to Senator Beveridgeand Beveridge Beverldgoand Beveridgeand
and now now consul at Valparaiso Mans Mansfield Mansfield Mansfield ¬
field came back according to Indiana Indianadescriptions Indianadescriptions Indianadescriptions
descriptions as thin as a toothpick toothpickand toothpickand toothpickand
and as yellow as June butter Ko Koeald HoEald Sesaid
eald ho had stuck it t out as long no nothe liSthe seI
I the insurance company would let him himand himi I Iand
i and that he returned to save his pre premiums premiums premiums ¬
miums Before Mansfield there was wasan wasan wasy
y + an Indlanlan named Blllheimer do described doscribed doIf ¬
If scribed as a husky Hoosier with WlthB WlthB1arge a alarge alarge
large nose and frame picketed in inmalerla Inmalerla lumalerfa
malerla He was was cured of diplomatic diplomaticambition dlplomatloambition diplomaticambition
ambition In about two months and andhas andhas andhas
has never asked for a place since sinceBefore sinceDeforo sinceBefore
Before BlllheJmer Judge Riley of Vlr Vlrginia Vir Virginia VIrginia ¬
ginia served ho remained as long as ashis ashis ashis
his aversion to the negroes negroeswould negroeswouldpermit wouldpermit would wouldpermit
permit Finally he Is said t9 have havetaken havotaken havetaken
taken a gun and emptied a load of fine finebirdsbot finoblrdshot tinebirdshot
birdsbot into the dusky natives who whopersisted whopersisted whopersisted
persisted In taking a dally bath In Infront Inlront Infront
front of the American consulate consulatewhich consulatewbleh consulatewhich
which tie Judge JUdgo allowed was an anindignity enindignity
indignity to be resented by this gov governments governmenta governments ¬ I
ernments representative representativeBRAVE representatlvoBRAVE representativeBRAVE
BRAVE GIRL SAVED TWO LIVESr LIVESTale LIVES LIVESTale j jTale
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Tale of Heroism and Fortitude Comes ComesFrom ComeFrom ComesFrom
From EnglandPerllaps England EnglandPerhaps EnalandPerlJaps
Perhaps tis even harder to be bebravo bebravo bebravo
bravo and calm In the midst of the thosuffocating thlsuITocating thesuffocating
suffocating smoke and dreadful Mat licatof heatof 1 1of
of p burning building than to face facetho facetho facethe
tho raging sea But not so very ver long longngo longago longago
ago we had an instance of calm de decision declslon docision ¬
cision and thoughtfulness for forot1r forot1ron others otherson otter otteron
on the part of a young girl at a II mo moment moment mawent ¬
ment when the dreadful danger of ofbeing orbelns ofbeing
being burnt alive would make most mostpeople mostpeople mostpeople
people frantic with fear Alice Ayreslived Ayres Ayrealived Ayredlived
lived with Borne relatives In a n house houseIn hOllseIn housein
In Southwark and one night awoke awoketo awoklto
to find the building bullelln In lames and andUiat am amUtat andthat
that escape by the staircase from the thefloor thefioor thefloor
floor on which she shoand and the children childrenBiept childrenitpt childrenaiipt
Biept was Impossible She did nothowever not nothowever nothowever
however lose her head or think pf ofherself pfherself pfherself
herself alone First she threw out outof Olltof outof
of the window a bod which the crowd crowdbulow crowdbllow crowdbelow
below caught and held and Into this thisbed Lhirbed I I
bed she threw one after another tK tuthree tKthree tcthree I
three little children Two of them themwere thornwere themwere
were safely caught unhurt but on onsustained unsustaIned une unesustained
sustained n fatal Injury In striking strikingngalnst strlldn1ngalnst strikingagainst
thf thfhouse thfhuse thehouse
ngalnst xomo > omo projection from
house Then the bravo girl sprang sprangout Ipranout sprangout
out herself but being already halfovercome half halfovercome haltovercome
overcome by the heat and smoke sW sWmissed sll sllmissed slitmissedthe
missed missedthe the bed fell on the pavement pavementand pavementand pavementand
and hurt ber spine so that she dice dlefshortly dlotshortly diceshortly
shortly afterwards In the hospital hospitalShe bospltalSho hospitalShe
She had however saved two lives livesand ILve3and livesand
and set an example of courage anf aneunselfishness anfunselfishness an anunselfishness
unselfishness in danger dangerAshlandun dangerAshlandunderTyne dangerAshlandunder Ashlandun AshlandunderTyne
derTyne der Tyno Reporter Eng CEngConfullng EngConfusing EngConfusing
Confusing Nomenclature NomenclatureMany Nomencla NomenelMureMany urs ursMaDY
Many Norwegian seaports art arrnamed artnamed air airnamed
named alike The other day a n Dan DanJsa Dansb Danrsb
Jsa sb vessel arrived at Oroto In North Northera Northern Northera
era Norway and found that she wai waibound walbound watbound
bound for Oroto in tho south ol olNorway 01Norway ofNorway
Norway She had gone too far northby north nortlby norUby
by 160 miles BO had to return losing losingthereby loslnlthereby losingthereby
thereby ten days This sort of thing thingis thIn thInIs thingis
is often happening and the author authoritlea authorIU authorties
ties IU are being asked to bestow eomtdistinctjvo tomi tomidistinctive 10mrUsUneUvo
distinctive title tlUoon on Much confusing confusinrtwin confusln confuslntwlnleiportJ confusingtwin
twin twlnleiportJ twlnleiportJBady seaports seaportsBady seaportsBady
Bady stung by Jellyfish JellyfishMayor JcllyfhlhMayor Jehyfh h hMayor
Mayor Adolph Lankering of IIobaken Hobo Hoboken lIobtkcn
ken N J who was stun stunt by a n Jolly Jollyfish Jollyfish Icilyfish
fish while bathing bathln In the Shrewsburyriver Shrewsbury Shrewsburyriver Shrewsburyriver
river E week eek ago had to have an op opcratlor opcratlor oporation
cratlor performed on his left foot a afew Dfew atow
few days ago The foot has hI1S6 swsllen twlento swsllento I D Dto
to three times Its natural size and andthe andtbo andthe
the doctor who whq performed the opera operatlon oporntlon operaLion
tlon said that the mayor would not b bable blS blSable beable
able to walk for at least a 11 fortnight fortnightWatch 10rtnlGhtr fortnightWatch
Watch for or a iown town r Congress Heights Heightsn HeIghtD
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FORESTRY A flEW PROFESSION PROFESSIONOFFERS PROFESSIONOFFERS PROFESSIONOFFERS
OFFERS FINE OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIESIT
IT IS IN MANY RESPECTS AN IDEAL PURSUIT PURSUITIT PURSUITIT PURSUITIT I
IT AFFORDS FREE AND HEAL IIE NEALTNFUL L JHFUL TH UL OUTDOOR UTD OR LIFE LIFEIT L LIFEIT FE
IT IS NOT CROWDED CROWDEDIT I IIT I
IT PROVIDES CHANCES FOR WEALTH WEALTHIT WEAL TH THWITH TNT
IT T DEALS WITH NATURES NA TURES GREATEST GREA TEST rUTIE BEAUTIES
NEW NEVprotcssionbas profession has been beenOpened been1i
1i f Opened in the United UnitedStates UnitedJ Unlteda
States It deals with a asubject nHubjeet asubject
J a = I subject that Is not only onlyvital onlyltnl onlyvital
vital ltnl but one whose vast vastimportance VIlStImportance vastimportance
importance to both per perests peloJ
k oJ sOl1al and natlunollnter natlunollnterI national Inter Intereats
I
eats has become thoroughly recognized recognizedIt
It Is the profession o at forestryOf forestry forestryOf orestryOf
Of course there have been forestry forestryexperts forestryexpelts forestryexperts
experts in this country for many years yearsBut yearsBut yearsBut
But most of them were Government Governmentemployes Governmentemployes Governmentemployee
employes In one way or another and andGovernment andGoernment andGovernment
Government control of forests meant meantgenerally menntgenerally meantgenerally
generally only the conserving of tracts tractsthat tractsthat tractsthat
that were set aside by State Stnteor oe Federal FederalAuthority J Federalauthority < ederal ederall1uthorlty
Authority to be Immune from the lum lumberman lumberman lumberman ¬
berman and to bo preserved ns parks porksnnd parksaud parksand
and forest reserves reservesUntil reservesUntil s sUntl
Until Untl the new science shaped t > itself itselfslowly Itselfslowly itselfslowly
slowly out of the war of conflicting in interests IntNests interests ¬
terests forestry in the United States Statesns
ns Interpreted by the public practically practicallymeant 11IoCllcaJlrmeant practicallymeant
meant only the question of saving savingAmerican savingAmcrlcan savingAmcrlcau
American trees tr cs from the axe But Butwhile Butwl1l1e Butwhile
while nil this superficial fighting went wenton wcuton wenton
on between lumbermen and their supporters sup supporters SUIporters ¬
porters on ono side and idealists oDd nndtheorists oDdtheorists andtheorists
theorists on the other the true science sciencewas scIencewns sciencewas
was shaping itself thelfYouug itselfYoung tsclf tsclfYoung
Young men some sent by the Gov Government GovClllLUent Govcrmuent ¬
ernment others otb r8 studying on their own ownaccount ownaccount ownaccount
account were learning learn lug in Europe what whatreal wbatreal whatreal
real forestry was was In the lands where wheredespUc wheredcplte wheredespite
despite ages of lumbering the forests forestsstill forestsstili forestsstill
still stand thick and lnc beautiful beautifullu beoullfulIn beautifuhIn
In the past few years efrs these men have havebeen haebeen havebeen
been returning to tell America how to tocombine tocombIne tocombine
combine profitable cutting with profitttble profit profitable profitIIb1e ¬
able preservation Ilr servotlon and and with the knowl knowledge k knowledge owl owlcelge ¬
edge that shows forest owners how to todraw todraw todraw
draw Income from their property arid andyet aridyet Rollyet
yet keep It In other words howto eat cattheh eattheir eattheir
their cake and have It too the new newcommercial newcommercial newcommercial
commercial profession of forestry has hasbecome hasbecome hasbecome
become an Important and lucrative one oneIn oneIn oneIn
In rnnny respects It is an Ideal ftur ftursuit pursuit Jur Jursuit
suit If l It offers unequalled opportunity opportunityfor
for living a free anti ont healthful outdoor outdoorlife outdoorlife outdoorlife
life It deals with natures greatest greatestbeauties greatestbeoutlc greatestbeauties
beauties It Is a profession that Is not notcrowded notcro notcrowded
crowded cro II It offers chances for wealth wealthsince wealthsince eaUh eaUhlince
since tbetmlnec1 the trained eye of a forester can cansee cansee cansee
see chances in the wilderness which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the untrained man and even the thetrained thetrained thetrained
trained but unscientific woodsman woodsuiauwould wooclsmonwould woodsmanwould
would not guess It is a business that thatpromises thntpromlscs thatpromises
promises ample salary t < for the forester forestercan foresterran forestercnn
can show his employers where they theyran theyon theyeau
ran on envo or earn thousands of dollars dollarsthat dollarsI dollarsthat
that without wit bout him would be lost lostWhile lostWhllo lostWhile
I While the American forester must mustperfect lDustperfect mustperfect
perfect himself in his science by study studying studyI studyhag ¬
lug European forestry American con conditions condltlons cona ¬
I ditions differ so radically from those thoseof thoseof thoseof
of Europe that forestry tOfstr3111 intlie In tile United UnitedStates UnItedStntes UnitedStates
States Is a profession of Its own anti amilliq nnllthQ antilho
lliq American has little to fear from fromhis frombls fromlila
his older colleagues on the other sidehoary side sideHenry sIdeHenry
Henry S Graves superintendent of ofworking otworlln ofworking
working worlln plans of tho Department of ofAgriculture ofAgllculhlle ofAgriculture
Agriculture explains this by hysaylng hysaylngtlmt saying sayingthat sayingthat
that the American forester must direct directhis IlheethIs directhis
his efforts not to the Immediate Intro
I duction of European methods but to todevising toI1mlslng todevising
devising systems which can be adopt adopted adopted ¬
ed by landowners lan lnnd owners at once and which whichsire whichare
sire capable of development ns the the con eondilions conditions condlUons ¬
ditions of the innrket allow them In Inmany Inmany Inmany
many cases these systems will differ differradically differllIellcally dlllerrncllcally
radically from nnypractlced on rllctlccd In Europe EuropeA
A great Held where practical forest foresters fOlestNS forestera ¬
ers nre needed badly and at once In InAmerica InI inAmerica
I America Is In the vast lIst woodlands woodlandsowned woodlandsowned woodlandsowned
owned or controlled by paper manufacturing manu manufacturing 11111nufacturlng ¬
facturing concerns Many Mun of them themlire themlire themare
lire confronted with the problem of n ncoming Iicoming acoming
coming loss of their source of wood woodpulp woodpulp
pulp 11111 Their one hope Is to < o Introduce Introducesuch Introducesl1cb introducesuch
such n system of lumbering lumJellu that they theyunu thryOIlU theyenu
unu cut successive crops of wood every everytwenty eOrytweuty everytwenty
twenty or thirty years that Is to planttrees plant planttrees planttrees
trees anti aid young trees now in thesections the thesections thesections
sections where they the are lumbering so sothat sotbat sothat
that by the time they have cut their theirtvny theilWilY theirway
WilY through their properly now forests forestsshall forestsI forestsshall
shall I I411 have grown up in the old sections sectionsTliero sectionfherc sectionsThere
There lire millions of acre of land landIlevotel lauddevotetj
dcvotei devotetj to trees for wood pulp manu manufllctllre menufacture
fncture There arc le more millions de devoted tievoted devoted ¬
voted to lumbering where practically practicallythe
the same conditions prevail plcvllllthat thnt Is Isthe II IIthe isthe
the owners realize that they must con conserve COliIIC1e colserve ¬
serve forests if they expect to get et any
future benefit from their property A Agreat Aglel1t Agreat
great proportion of these woods lire ou ouland on onland
land that may never be available for foranything tornnythlng foranything
anything else Consequently If lUlu lumbering lUluberln lurnberlug ¬
bering berln Is done with lIh no provision for fornew tOlnew fornew
new growth of trees the HII Investment Investmentwill IneshuentBwl1 investmentawill
will be wiped out out the moment the tbelast tbelasthee last lasttree lasttree
tree Is cut down downThe downlhe downThe
The State of New Nc York now holds in inreserves InreserVCH inreserves
reserves 1100000 acres of forest lands landsIn landsIn lands1n
In the Adlrondacks Adlron jlcks nnd Is acquiring acquiringmoro I1cqulrlngmorQ acquiringmorn
moro as fnst as appropriations can Cljn be beobtained l1eobtained lieobtained
obtained At present the law 10 w prohibits prohibitscutting prohibItscutting prohibitscutting
cutting of any an kind and tile system of offorestry ottoreshy offorestry
forestry Is confined to tOllrotectlng protecting the theforests tbetorests theforests
forests from lire and theft But In Intime Intlm intime
time tlm It will become absolutely neces neces1Iuy necesnary
1 nary to cut down n proportion proportion of the theolder the0111er theolder
older trees hCIIl1ot not for Prol1tnelCssarlly profit necessarily
but because bcclU e the science of forestry t restry In Includes Includes lueludes ¬
cludes the thinning of forests t rests in order orderto orderto orderto
to give the themliJority majority of the trees the theopportunity theolportul1lty theopportunity
opportunity for development that Is de denied denleel deneed ¬
need to them by the lie excessive growth growthof growthof growthof
of the big bl and aged trees treesIt treesIt treesIt
It Is not only the product from tho thoforest thotorest theforest
forest that Interests the owners today
They lllc hey have discovered that if they
leave the small smalltrces trees when lumbering
they can sell the lumbered tracts to tosportsmen totiportslllen tosportsmen
sportsmen at high prices providing the thecutting thecutting thecutting
cutting has boon dono so wisely as to toleave tokave toleave
leave real woods II To do this the serv services senI services ¬
ices I es of the forester are Indispensable IndispensableTho Inlllspensnbltrho
The American lumberman as a rule ruleknows ruleImows ruleknows
knows all about the beet methods of ofcutting ofclltlln ofcutting
cutting clltlln but lie knows kno8Dothlng nothing about aboutconserving aboutconscrvlng aboutconserving
conserving
Scientific forestry has received a agreat agrent agreat
great Impetus in the last year from tho thopreserves thoIJreserves thepreserves
preserves that have been be n established estnbllshedby establishedby
by such men ns tV 0 Whitney George UcorgeVnnderbllt GeorgeVnnderb1lt GeorgeVanderbilt
Vanderbilt and Dr Seward Sew ld Webb and andfrom anlltlom antifrom
from the work of foresters like Gifford GlffordPinchot GiffordIlnchot GiffordPlnchot
Pinchot PinchotMr PlnchotMr
Mr Whitney has a great grea t tract of OS
000 acres In the Adlrouducks A 1oudllcks In which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he is working out tho problems of for forestry forestrYlI fory ¬
estry estrYlI and ld game preservation Ho has hasalready bnsnlready hasalready
already Introduced Introeln et1 moose and at pres present P1escut piscut ¬
cut W 0 Harris the ichthyologist is isstudying Isstudying isstttdyhig
studying the problem of fish su suwily suwilythere slIlWlythere yly ylythere
there for him Besides his own fort forntcrs forters for1iters
ers of whom wllomlJo bo has a regiment theforesters the theforesters thoforesters
foresters of tho United States Govern Government Gocrnmnt Government ¬
ment have been studying his tract and nndhave andhavo andhnve
have laid out n method of conservativelumbering conservative conservativelumbering eOI1Eervntlvelumbering
lumbering This was done In accord accordance nccordanee accordante ¬
ante with nn offer made by the Depnrtment De Department Dclmrtmcut ¬
partment of Agriculture to all owners ownerspublic ownerspubllo ownerspublic
public and private of forest lands un under under n nder ¬
der which tho United States authorities authoritiesvolunteered authorItiesolunteered authoritiesvolunteered
volunteered to make studies of certain certaintracts certaintrncts certaintracts
tracts which which presented favorable op opportunities cpportunltles opportunitles ¬
portunities to Illustrate forest management manage management mnnogement ¬
ment prepare plans for or the work and andto audtosllpenlsQ andto
to tosllpenlsQ supervise the execution of them themThe thelUThe themThe
The owners need merely to pay the thenecessary thenecessor3 thenecessary
necessary expenses of the Federal em employe employe Pmploys ¬
ploye assigned to the work workDr wOIIDr workDr
Dr Webb also had his tract which whichcontains whichcontains hlch hlchcontllins
contains about 40000 acres a examined examinedby xnmlnedby cnninedby
by the Government The Government Governmentexperts Goe1l1U1enteXJerts Governmentexperts
experts went through the thewoot1 woods WOOI8 wJth wJthhatchets wJthhatchets withhatchets
hatchets on the face of which the Ini Initials InltlalsU fultials ¬
tials tlalsU U S were cut Every tree thatwas that thatwas i iwas
was selected as a proper one for foiling foilingwas fllIIngwas fellingwas
was blazed with ltll this below the stump stumpand stuUlInnel stumpand
and the lumbermen had orders to chop chopdown chopdown chopdown
down no tree unless It was so marked markedThe markldlhe markedThe
The results of the Introduction of ofscientific orscientific ofscientific
scientific methods wercsurprlslng The Thenet Thenet Thenet
net cost to the owner of going olng through throughtho thloughtbo throughthe
the Webb tract and nnc marking the trees treeswas tlCCIWIlS treeswas
was 54370 Among the wastefulmethods wasteful wastefulmethods wastrfulmetllOds
methods discovered In n the tract anti nndchecked nnelcheekcd antichecked
checked by the examination was that thatof thntof thatof
of leaving high stumps The lumber lumbermen hlUermen limbermen
men do not care to cut the t he trees near nearthe nenrthe flourthe
the ground because the work olk Is much muchharder muchhmdel muchharder
harder nnd tires their bucks By H care careun care careful cnreful ¬
ful un measurement the foresters demon demonstrated Ilemonstrntec1 demonstrated ¬
strated that on a tract of 90000 40000 acres ncresthe ncrcsthe acresthe
the net loss from leaving IewIn high HtUrppS Htumpswas HtUrppSwas HturppsWas
was 4800 which could be saved Sneelleal1 Sneelleal1lIy read readily readfly ¬
fly each yearThey year yearThey Jealflley
They also drew up a plan for cutting cuttingthe cntUn cntUntbe cuttingthe
the tops Instead of alIen leaving vlnl them In the thewoods theWOOts thewoods
woods As 41s n rule the thellIlubelluen lumbermen lopoff lop lopoff lo looff
off from four tour to twelve feet of tho tops topsand tosand topsand
and this debris always has has been one of ofthe ofthe I
the great sources sources of forest tires Lum Lumbermen Iumbl Lumbermee ¬
bermen bl rnlell have havq n v qbjjetej eM ll to cnnylng tarlyfngtho tarlyfngthotops tho thotops t1o1 t1o1tops
tops out out because they declared de Jecl they theywere theywere 1 1were
were unsalable waste and 1IIe represented representednothing represehtcdnothing i
nothing but loss and ane that consequent ¬
ly it would be ruinous to go to the ex extra ext1l oxtin ¬
tin t1l expense of transporting themThe them themThe themrlle
The foresters showed Hint the tops topsthat topsthat topsthat
that were left In the woods of a a10000 a10000acre 10000 10000acre 10000acre
acre tract would be worth 3800 Thus
Improvident lumbering not only had hadcaused hlldcaused findenticed
caused a constant menace from lire lirebut lirebut lirebut
but actually thousands tholtsondsoC of dollars had hadbeen IlIIdbeell hadbeen
been left In the woods to tolot rot each year yearThus renrThus yearThus
Thus with the Introduction of prac practlcal l1IlCtical practrial
trial foresters the problem of the for forests forests forests ¬
ests will be In a Way to be solved satis satisfactorily SlItlSlIcforlly satisfnctorily ¬
factorily and practically IJIncllcall In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States States Lumbering need not bo prohib prohibited IuohlbHeel prohihlied ¬
Heel but merely merel guided wisely wsel and nndthere IIn IInthere andthere
there will be no more 101e danger of Amer A ier ¬
lean lands being beln denuded of forestsew forests fOlestl1cw
New cw York Sun SunK SunEthlclI 5111Etldce
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K EthlclI thlc of Cnniultntloni CnniultntloniThe Vonl dnnsultntlensThe Unttolll Unttolllrile
The utility of consultation has often
been questioned on the score that they theymean theymean theymean
mean Ultle or nothing liothln for the patient
The practitioner in a difficult case Is Issupposed IsSUIp08ed issupposed
supposed to need Indorsement for his hiscourse hisCCIISC hiscourse
course and he is said 8all to obtain It In the theunqualifiedly theunquallfiel1l3 theulqualiflediy
unqualifiedly approving verdict of his hiscounsellor hiscOlIlIseJor Illscoaaseilo
counsellor It Is further claimed that
the true ethics of the profession admit admitof mlmltof admitof
of no other alternative alternativeFrom alternathcFrom alternativeFrom
From the patients Il tltnts standpoint this
Is true enough and Is as it should sho ld be
in view Iew of the necessity of preserving preservingconfidence Ireselvngconfielenle preservingconfidenc0
confidence in the medical attendant attendantThe attlnelanthe attendautThe
The he consultants have hneeU on the other otherCcry
hand every opportunity to differ In
their private conference conferencej but It Is ob obviously obviously ¬
I viously unnecessary uunccessllr to do so In the thepresence tIlepres thepresellee
presence pres en co of the family Any < 113 disagree disagreement dl disagreemeat ngrco ngrcoment
ment that fnny noy exist as to diagnosis diagnosisand IlluguosisDncI dluguosisand
and treatment should be suitably ad adjusted adjllsted adjested ¬
jested before bcf rc a conjoint verdict Is ren rendered rendered rentiered ¬
dered If this course is Impossible each eachone eachone eachone
one concerned should give n separate separateopinion slpnroteoplllion separateopbllou
opinion und allow tho patient or his hisfriends hisfrlands hisfriends
friends either to choose what suits suitsthem Hllitsthem 51115them
them best or seek other othe advice Under Underno Unclerno I
no circumstances should suth differentviews different differentviews elltlmcntIews
views Iews be offered until after the freest freestpossible fleestposslhle freestPOSSllde
possible Interchange of views Iows In tho thoconsulting thoconsuIUngloomUedlcal theconsulting
consulting consuIUngloomUedlcal roomMedical room Sledlcnl Record RecordA
A New U Vie F1 Fnr Paper PaperTaper Paper PaperPaper ralraler
Taper aler gloves and stockings are now nowDicing 110 110j 110helnJ nowtieing
Dicing j helnJ manufactured In Europe As to tothe tothe tothe
the manner 1I10n erln in which the former are aremade liremnde aremade
made little Is known but the stockings stockingshave stQ stockingshave klngs klngshllve
have been lice carefully examined by ex experts experlsanel oxports ¬
ports perlsanel and they are IO loud 10ul1111 In their praise praiseof pralHeof praiseof
of them Let no one assume they say saythnt Say aafthat Saythat
that these thC e stockings Ktockhl because becau e they are aromade Ill IlllUade aremade
made of paper will only lust n few fewdays tewdnys fewdays
days for they will 111 really last almost almostns
ns long as ordinary or lnary stockings stockingsTho stockingsrho stockingsThe
The reason reason they point put out Is be becnune becnUlle hecause
cause the paper of ofwhlcli which they nro nromade nrtmnde nremade
made was Miring the process of manu 1081211facture manufacture 1I10nutacture ¬
facture transformed Into a substance substanceclosely sllhstancocloslly substnncoclosely
closely resembling wool and was then thenwoven thenwo thenWoven
woven wo Woven JI and 11I1e otherwise treated as owll otdlnary owllnary 01 < 11 11nary
nary wool The prlco of these th se paper paperstockings pllperstockings paperstockings
stockings Is low which ia naturalsince natural naturalsince naturalsluce
since paper Is much cheaper than cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton or wool
I 11
tAKES ALWAYS FROZEN ZEN OVERng OVER OVERSlimline OVERI
I Slimline ng I the Tear Around on Two Doillri DoillriX DotU DotUoC Bodlesor
X of Water In Oregon OregonTwo OrflOnTwo OregetbTwo
Two lakes covered with ice at all alltimes nilt1111 alltimes
times t1111 times of the year have Just been dlscovered dls dlsovcrod dlsv
covered ovcrod v red In Baker County Oregon 0 0uV Orj30ge C1f
1f uV rj30ge jSage Sage of Baker City on Sunday SundayJuly SuncJlIYJ SundayIaly
July J j 27 crossed twg good oodslzed sized lakes lakesh
h the Granite Mountains sonic miles milesnorlhcnst milesnortbellst milesnortheast
northeast of Cornucopia on hard hardfrozen harcl1rl hardC
1rl C frozen mn en Icc IceMr a aIdr
Mr Idr Snge with a party cf friends friendsvibt friendswent II IIIV
went IV > vibt Dt oa a hunting and pleasure tripto trip tripto trIpto
to + 1hl he almost aIm est Inaccessible mountain mountainpeaks 1D0untainpontis lfOUntaiUpealts
peaks back of the town of Cornucopia CornucopiaIn
In the the Panhandle district The moun mounfulnfl mount moonthlnq
thlnq fulnfl t lJn arc high and rugged and before beforepassing betolep beforepassing
passing p sslng the timber line the explorer explorermust explorermust explorertrust
must find his way through a 1 primeval primevalforest prlmeolCored primevalforest
forest A packhorse p ckborse Is the only means meansof mennsot meansof
of getting Into this district except to totrudge totrudge totrudge
trudge trudge along on foot which to say sayIlia saytb saylha
Ilia tb least is uphill business line bnc partof part partof par t tof
of the road is co encumbered with withfallen withfalien withfallen
fallen trees that It la almost impossible impossibleto
to get through In order to get sup supplies SUIIplies supplies ¬
plies to their claims two prospectors prospectorswere prospectorswere prospectorswere
were obliged to cut a trail through this thistangle thIstanglo thistangle
tangle of fallen trees and it was by bymeans bym bymeans
means m nns of this trail that Mr Sage and andhis andhis
1 his friends were wereenobled enabled to ascend the themountains theountoI118 themountains
mountains ountoI118 until they finally dlscov dlscover illscoverW discovergdthe
er erW ergdthe dtbe the two frozen fro eu lakes referred to toThe toX toThelams
The X Thelams elaltes lakes arc near the summit on the thonorth thenorth thenorth
north north BIde of the mountain and In or order orderto ortier ¬
tier derto to reach them the party traveled traveledover travelerlover traveledover
over ice and snow for a distance ell stance of oflive orUvemlles oflive
live Uvemlles Uvemlles1be miles milesThe milesThe
The bodies of water arc small One OneIs Onela
Is about ICO feet across and the other otherIs otherIs otheris
Is between COO and 700 feel In diam diameter diameter diameter ¬
eter They nre well defined lakes or orpobis orp orpobls
pobis p bls however covered with a thick thickI1 thickcohtJng ih10kcohting
I1 coaling of of Ice clear as crystal and as assmooth I1Smooth assmooth
smooth as glass which Is so thick and anditrong andstrong andstrong
strong that the exploring party did not nothesitate nothesltnte nothesitate
hesitate to ride across cHi on horseback bOlseback11r horsebackMr horsebackMr
11r Mr Sage says so far ns he Is able to toJudge toJudge toJudge
Judge the ice on the lakes never melts meltsbecause meltsbecouse meltsbecause
because they the are so situated between Ictwcentwo betweentwo lJetweenIwo
two tall talllienks peaks that the suns rays never neverstrikes neverstrIkes neverstrikes
strikes them with sufficient power to tomake tomake tomake
make any Impression on the snow amt nndIce nuelIce amtice
Ice This laud of perpetual snow andice and andlee am amIco
lee is within a days ride of Baker City Cityby Cityhy Cityby
by the present means of transportation transportationpart trollsportatlonpart trnisportatloupart
part way on a buckboard buckbo rd and the rest reston Ieston reston
on horseback It would scarcely be bemore bemore bemore
more than a ride of nu hour nnd n half halfonnn balfonon halfonan
onnn electric railroad Mr r Sage is of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the opinion that from the lay ay of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country other larger and more pictur picturesque Illctllresquo picturesque ¬
esque lakes with perpetual perlletuallcu ice will be bediscovered belscoveredPortland bediscoveredPortland
discoveredPortland discovered lscoveredPortland Portland OregonIan OregonlnnMod OregonIanIlIad OregonianBred
Mod Daubers DanbertAn Dubrrln DaubersAn
An n Interesting tenant of the farm Is Istho Isthemu istli0
tho themu muddauber dauber the best be tit known of the thesolitary thesolllo1Y thesolitary
solitary wasps whose nests are found foundstuck Counestuck foundstuck
stuck to the rafters In the attic and nndoutbuildings Ilndoutbuildings andoutbuildings
outbuildings or to a nail in the wall wallor wallor wallor
or in an old coatsleeve behind the door doprShe doqlShe doorSilo
She places several severn I cells about an IInlnch IInlnchlong anlnchlong Inch Inchlong
long side by side or on tiers above an another anotber another ¬
other without any IIn regard to regularity regularityAs regularityAsshe
As Asshe she sh > foils falls she sings squcakyllttlc squcakyllttlcsolojs srlueakyllttlesolos squcakylittlesolos
solos solos In a high key which Moll sounds like likeJLltoy likeAl1 likenjyycircular
JLltoy Al1 njyycircular y circular saw as It t issues from fromIjTflccoVt fromofhnrd
IjTflccoVt 1 piece ok ofhnrd hard wood ood The fJ moment momentthe mOllleilt mOllleiltthe momentthe
the Industrious little mason m son has com completed completed completed ¬
pleted tho cell she sets about to fill fillit fillIt fillit
it with spiders all of the same species speciesof specIesof specterof
of which it takes eighteen on an aver average 001age average ¬
age On one of these an egg Is de deposited de10811ed deposited >
posited which soon hatches Into a agrub Ilsub agrub
grub and immediately begins to devour devourthe deo11tbe devourthe
the feast of paralyzed spiders When WhenIt WhcnJt WhenIt
It has eaten all It spins a darkbrown darkbrowncovering e1arkbrowncorellng darkbrowncovering
covering for fOlltself Itself which is about transparent trans transparent tron8llal ¬
parent llal nt At the proper time It breaks breaksthrough brcl1ksthroujth breaksthrough
through the walls of Its mud house nnd nndproudly nndproudly andproudly
proudly Jerks its pretty steelblue steelbluewlugs steelbluewIngs steelbluewings
wIngs with the same nme graceful flirt ns nsdid liPelld astiLl
did mother while she was was busily en engngcd cugllgCd engaged
gngcd with her nest building bulldlngCountJ bulldlngCountJLICe Countr CountrLife Counts CountsLife
Life in Amrlca AmrlcaUndress America AmericaUndreii Amhll a aVnllrUI
Undress Titles of Royalty RoyaltyMembers Itoyt a1lr a1lrUemhes lty ltyrieinbes
Members of all European royal fern fntnilles fl111Illes fernflies
illes delight to travel Incognito when whenever whenever whenever ¬
ever they can for it spurts spnr s them a agreat agreat agreat
great deal of tiresome etiquette and andcontributes andcontributes llIl llIlconhlbutes
contributes to their comfort com tort In many manyways 111 manyways II n nways
ways When Queen Victoria wished wishedto wllhedtt wishedt3
to tt bo Incognito she adopted her title titleof tltluof titleof
of Countess of Balmoral King Ed Edward Edwllld Edward >
ward when ho was Prince of Wales Wbiesused Walesused Walesused
used the title of Earl of Chester fre frequently flequently frequently ¬
quently when on the Continent The TheEmpress TheEmpress TheEmpress
Empress Eugenic travels as the theCountcs3 theCounteJI theCountesp
Countcs3 CounteJI de Plcrrefomls a title chosen chosenfrom chosentram 0110500from
from a favorite shooting lodge in theForest the theForest the1orest
Forest of Foutnlneblenu The King of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Belgians Is Count Itnveusteiii whenhe when whenhe wbenhe
he pays an Informal visit to London or ornny 01any orany
any other capital where he wishes to tohe tohe tobe
he unrecognized The Queen Regent o oSpain of ofSpaIn ofSpain <
Spain who Is Just now enjoying her hertlrst Iwrtlrst herfirst
tlrst real holiday out of Spain for some someyears someyeors saneyears
years hides her identity Idelltlt under the title titleof titleof titleof
of Countess of Toledo the Queen of ofPortugaJ otPortugaJ ofPortugaj
PortugaJ when she shesta1 stays with her rela relatives relatlves reintires ¬
tires In the country is the Mnrquezn Mnrquezndo
do Vlllacozn and the King of Portugal Portugaluses Portugnluse3 Portugaluses
uses the incognito title of Count de deBorccllos t1eBorcellosLolldon deBarcellosLondon
BorcellosLolldon Borccllos London King KingYour mDgYour KingYour
Your Slmro Slier or Honey 1IlonoyIIn Moneyhave j
Hav IIn have < you ou 2800 28U < J If you have not notyou 1I0tyou notyou
you are short your 3oulpel per capita share shareof shoreof shareof
of the money circulation of the United UnitedStates UnitedStotes UnitedStates
States and sonic one has what would wouldbe wouldhe wouldbe
be coming to you If the money that Is Isin IsIn Isin
in circulation wero equally divided dividedThis dlvh1ellThlg dividedTills
This statement Is made without reser reservation reseratl9n reservatipn ¬
vation atl9n on the authority of the latest latestreport latestreport latestreport
report of the Treasury DepartmentAnother Department DepartmentAnother DepartmentAnother
Another thing you are entitled to toseven toseen tosevemcents
seven sevemcents cents more than you were one oneyear on onyeal oneyear
year ago according to this same re report reIort report ¬
port even though there has been al allowed 141lowed nlloved ¬
lowed for nu increase Incr llse of 113000 in tilt thopopulation tiltpopulntlon thepopulation
population for in that same time there therelias therehns therehas
has been an increase of more than thantk thana000000
505000000 tk OOOOOO In the money in circulation circulationSo
So you sec you are better off than you youwere youere youwere
were ere a year ngo soIt If you get your our due dueIn dueIn dues duesIll
In fact you arc getting better off at all allof allof nilof
of the time Want has happened since
1870 Th the population has Increased Increasedfiftyeight Illcrellsed Illcrellsedfittelght increasedfiftyeight
fiftyeight per cent nod the money In Incirculation IncirculatIon incirculation
circulation has Increased lucreosecl17G 170 per cent centnnd centand centand
and more than ouchnlf of 01 that Increase Increasein
in circulation clreulnU n has been in gold or In InIolll Ingold j jgold
gold certificates celUl1cntesNcw New York Herald
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OSCAR A DEMOCRATIC KING KINGRuler KINGRuler KINGRuler
Ruler of Sweden and Norway Occ Occtonally Occa OccaIonally Occaslonaliy
tonally Relaxes Dignity DignityIn
In these days when the camera cameramisses cameIllmisses cameramisses
misses nothing It may seem seembardl seembardlcredible hardly hardlycredible hardljcredible
credible that there Is only one king kingIn IdnpIn lingin
In the world who has been photo photographed photographed photographed
graphed wearing his bI crown Yet it It ItBO itso
BO King Oscar Is tho exception Nt Nimore Ntmore Ntmore
more democratic king sits on a a throat throatthan thromthan thro1 thro1than
than he and his memoirs which h hIB be beIII htIs
IB writing for posthumous publication publicationwill publicationwill publicationwill
will probably be more appreciated bj byordinary bjordinary b bordInary
ordinary folk than the memoirs ol ofroyalty i iroyalty I Iroyalty
royalty usually are are They will tell tellperhaps j jorhaps fperhaps
perhaps orhaps on the authority of the kin kinhimself king klnrhImself kinghimself
himself of his meeting with M Gas Gaston GasIon Gaston
ton Bonnier tao famous botanist botanistwhom botanistwhom botanistwhom
whom him king met botanizing neai neaiStockholm nelllStockholm nearStockholm
Stockholm when out himself on a n slm slmliar slmflar aimliar
liar occupation Their mutual inter interest Intorest interest
est led to conversation and M Bon Bonnter Donnler Bonvier
nter not recognizing the king suggested sug suggested suggested
gested a n lunch at an Inn No come connhome comebome cornshome
home with me said King Oscar am amis anas and andss
is they reached tho palace gate ttu ttufamous thffamous thtfamous
famous botanist realizing the Identity Identityof Identlt Identltof
of his friend begged a n thousand par pardons pardoni pardone
dons and became reluctant to enter enterIm enterIm enterIm
Im sorry said his majesty but buthappen J Jhappen fhappen
happen to be botho the king of this countryand country countrjand countr countrand
and this is the only place Ive got tc tcentertain tcentertain tcentertain
entertain anybody in M Bonnlei Bonnleiwas Bonnlelwas Bonnletwas
was at his hlsloso ease and the two went Ventl Ventlnnd it itand itand
and talked botany 1or the rest of thrafternoon thr thrafternoon thrIIJternoon
afternoon afternoonFamous IIJternoonFamous afternoonFamous
Famous Men and Music MusloArthur MUlloArthur MusicArthur
Arthur Balfour the new British Brltlsfipremier Drltlsllpremier Britishpremier
premier is said to have an ear for formusic lormusIc formusic
music and Is indeed the first musi musical muslcal musical ¬
cal premier for quite a long time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The truth Is that most public men menso menso mens0
so tar tram being unmusical or anti antimusical antimusIcal antimusical
musical would probably rather agreo agreowith agreowIth agreewith
with the veteran diplomatist dlplomat1stwho dlplomat1stwhowhen who whowhen whowhen
when asked the secret of his pro prolonged prolongall prolonged ¬
longed youth said Music and flow flowers fiowers flowera ¬
ers Even Dr Johnson who be belonged belonged belonged ¬
longed to the unmusical people re remarked remarked remarked
marked while listening to the harp harpBlchord bnrposlohord harpslchordt
Blchord I shall be glad lad to have ft ftnow fInow anow
now sense given to me Spurgeon Spurgeonrefused SpurgeonreCused Spurgeonrefused
refused to have nn organ in his fa famous famoue ¬
mous mo moue s tabernacle but it is said that thatho tbatbo thatho
ho would take tbe handle of a poor poororgangrinders poororgan
organ organgrinders grinders organ and turn It Itvvhllo Itwhile itwhile
while the owner picked up the coins coinsStanding coInsStanding coinsStanding
Standing on the Bias BiasDuring BlaaDurIng BiasDuring
During the trial of a street railway railwaydamage raUwoydamage railwaydamage
damage suit in one of tho circuit circuitbranches circuitbranches circuitbranches
branches of tho supreme court of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District of Columbia a n few days ago agoan agoan agoan
an Important eyewitness of the acci accident aCeldent accident ¬
dent took the stand In the person of ofan ofan ofan
an elderly colored man Tho plaintiff plaintiffhad plalntuthad plaintifflead
had been Injured while the car was wasnt wasat wasat
at a street crossing and one of the at attorneys attorneys attorneya
torneys was endeavoring to elicit from fromthe tramthe fromthe
the witness Just where tho latter was waistanding wasstanding wasstanding
standing at the moment the plaintiff plaintiffwas plaIntiffwas plaintiffwas
was struck by tho car carAs carAs carAs
As I understand you y u remarked the thaattorney theattorney theattorney
attorney after a number of questions questionshad questionshad questionshad
had been asked you were standing standingat
at the street corner diagonally oppo opposite opposlto opposite ¬
site the point where tho accident occurred oc occurred occurred ¬
curred curredNo curredNo curredNo
No sir I wasnt declared the wit witness witness witness
ness I guess I was standing kinder kindersort kinder80rt kindersort
sort er on the bias from the spot spatThe spotThe spotThe
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