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rfithcotoparailTe rith th cOlnpor ljVII safety In orUuiety orjlntu I Ilten Iltenatn U UIlmll pert pertIums
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that numbers of our paper rent to t subs sub > tibert tibertare duU duUrllot tbarsere
are rllot lotor or Btolru in the rtntls In case CPl yob yobtit 011
tit it 4 not receive ny a Y number wheu du rrlt rrlti frl frln rrLeae
ae aa n postal CIII i and i WI will I ahlprll1lY nhecrlully fur fur1lI turILTL
1lI ttJat a duplicate dupll lt of the miealns number numlrMIMTT numllrfIlEt numbertfT
MIMTT fIlEt tfT IuponuNT iiironTAMr OF ArrrIn Att In every Inttei tttetihet Intteilh IIIUCIlhot
lh lhot t y yI aI > wrlto ue u < j never fall to give your fall fallbddress filIIwdreas talloddress
bddress plainly written litten nana po potoaiOIt potoaiOItuwty post toffioa toffioataunt ofdoe ofdoesaunty
saunty taunt uwty ocii State StateJudicial BtuteJudicial StuteJudical
Judicial Advice AdviceCurious AdviceCurious
1 Curious advice Is sometimes flOn1tm < given glvenby givenby gl > n nby
by magistrates In England A gentle ijantleman Ipntleman gentleman
man recently appeared before a mag magIstrate magIstrnte snagistrate
Istrate named named i Kennedy onnedy and com camplanned complained comllalned
planned that one of his neighbors had badcovered hadcovered hndcovered
covered his windows with placard placardabout pIlCI1rdrlabout placardsabout
about n local election electionI
I want you ou to Issue an order your yourworship yomworship yourworship
worship he added compelling com polling him himto himto himto
to remove the theplac placards rds and to clean cleanthe cleanthl cleanthe
the windows windowsThats windowsThats windowsThats
Thats what he ought to do ro ropiled replied
piled 1 > lIed Mr Kennedy but If ho refuses refusesyoull refusesyouI1 refusoayoull
youll havo to do it yourself yourselfBut yoursolfnut yourselfBut
But suppose ho does It again 7 ask askcd askcd asked
cd tho plaintiff plaintiffIn
In that case said Mr Kenned Kennedsoftly Kennedy Kennedr80my
1 softly the best thing for you to dc dcIs rllIs W WIs
Is to have a large pitcher pitch or of ivatei ivateirendy waterlady wateiready
ready and to empty It over him as asBOOU as800n assoon
soon as you see him approach any anjot an anof anyof
of the windows windowsCatgut windowsCatgut windowsCatgut
Catgut from Silkworms SilkwormsProbably SlIkwcrnlIProbably SilkwerrnsPzobably
Probably but bl1 a small percentage of oftho ofthc ofthe
thc fishermen who use U O flies strung strungwltH strungwltl1 strungwith
with fino translucent catgut are aranwaro areW areaware
aware W IO that the almost unbreakable unbreakableBubstanco unbreakablesubstanco unbreakableaubstanco
Bubstanco that holds the cruel hooks hooksagainst hooksngalnst hooksagainst
against the fiercest struggles of the thestruck thestrucle theetruck
struck fish comes from silkworms The Theprincipal ThepIlnclpal Theprincipal
principal center of manufacture of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this kind of catgut Is the Island of ofProclda 01Ploclda ofProclda
Proclda In the bay of Naples but bulmost butmost butmost
most of the silkworms employed are artraised arer I
r raised rals d near Torre orre Annunziata at the thafoot thetoot thefoot
foot of Vesuvius The caterpillars are arahilled areJd11e arek111od
hilled Jd11e Just as they aro about to be begin bCJogin ¬
f gin the spinning of cocoons tho silk silkBlonds sllleglands silkglands
glands are removed and subjected subject d to toa toa toa
a process of pickling which Is a se secret secret secret ¬
cret of the trade and afterwards tho thothreads thothreads thethreads
threads are carefully drawn out by byEkllloel byskllIed byskilled
Ekllloel workers mostly women vomen The Thalength The1ength Thelength
length of this thread varies arles from a afoot Qfoot afoot
foot to nearly 20 inches inchesValue InchesValue inchesValue
Value of the American Steer SteerIn SteerIn SteerIn
In tracing the course of this humble humblebut humblebut humblebut
but useful bovine that has fulfilled his hispart hispart hisi
i part In the American civilization of ofBritain ofBritain ofDritnin
Britain wo have followed the path paththat paththat paththat
that Is traveled every year by tens of ofthousands ofth ofthousands
thousands th > usands of his kind says Frank FrankLeslies FranlcLesllos Frankt
t Leslies The total annual export exportvalue exportvalue exportvalue
value of United States meat meator or whichj whIch whjchbeef whIchbeef
j beef forms the principal Item ItemIs Is In Inround Inroued Ini
i round figures 100000000 If wo add addto addto addto
to this the tltodlstrlbutlve distributive sales of the thevarious thevarJous thevarious
various packing establishments In tho thoUnited thoUnited theUnited
United States for the domestic markotas market marketas ma ltct ltctns
as well wo W find that it roaches the thsenormous theenormouS theenormous
enormous total of 1000000 carloads carloadsvalued carloadsvalued carloadsvalued
valued at 2000000000 Added to this thliis thllIs thisis
is the value of the t e many byproducts byproducttof
of If tho packing house which amount amountto amounlto amountto
to many millions more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The Laddie KnewAt Knew KnewAt IInewAt
At a recent school examination by bytho b btho bytho
tho school board an officious member mombeiIntimated mombelIntimated memberintimated
Intimated that he would give a 1 certain certainclass certainrIasR certainelms
class a lesson on wool After lec lecturing lecturlng leaturing ¬
turing to the children for a a consldera considerable conslderablo conslderat ¬
blo time tlm without any appearance of ofAttention 01ttentlon ofattention
t Attention from the class ho stopped stoppedshort stoppMshort stopp ° i ishort
short and began questioning one dull dulllooking dull100ldng dullI
I looking boy says tho Scottish Amerl Amerlcan Amerlcan Amercan
can Well my boy sala he taking takinghold taltlnghold takinghold
hold of tho boys jacket what Is this thlaJjacket thisactet thisjacket
jacket actet made of of The boy hanging hangingdown hangingown hangingdown
> down own his head remained quite silent silentConio silentComo silentComo
Como come my boy the member membercoaxlngly membarcoaxlngly membercoaxingly
coaxlngly said Dont you know knowjwbat ImowIwhat knowwhat
jwbat what your Jacket Is made ma a of With Withteyes Witheyes Withbyes
byes eyes still on the floor the boy answer answord answerd anawortd
td < d It was made out o ma falth falthull falthulluld falthereauld rs rsauld
auld uld breeks breeksCurious breeksCLlrluul breeksCurious
Curious Growth on Trees TreesCurious Trte TrteCurious TreesCurious
Curious excrescences excrescencesv excrescencesresembling v resembling resemblingrudo resemblingrudo resemblingrude
rudo flowers that tbtgruw grow on trees In InTJerra Inflerra inTierra
Tierra del Fuego aro described by a acorrespondent Bcorrespondent ocorrespondent
correspondent of La Nature Paris ParisThese ParisThese ParisThese
These are found to bo duo to a parr parieltlc parrslUe pare pareeitie I
slUe growth but the flowers conglrt conglrtof t tof I If
of f tho Inner wood of tho tree which whlclhas wblclhas whichbas
has been forced through tho bark and andassumes andassumes andk
k assumes various fanciful shapes often oftenthose oftenthose oftenthose
those of the classical acanthus seen seenon see seeon seenon > >
on Corinthian capitals The parasite parasitethat paraBItthat parasitethat
that causes tho growth Is a relaU relaUTrie relaUve i I
EI At ilia JJ1 pnlatlatal pnlatlatalThe to toThe
The Whole Alphabet I IIJavo
Have you ever tried to make a 1 sen
slWo sentence senten o bringing in every let i I Iter
tar of tho alphabet its rather rathergood a
good amusement for an evening now I Itho
the days sro ro beginning to get dart I Iearly
early If you pick this sentence to t I Iplects
pieces letter by letter you will see It I Icontains
contains all the letters of tho alpha
bet i iQuick I
Quick brown fox Jumps over tho j jJazy
lazy dog dogYou do dogYou I IYou
You roust TGU usu uso each letter letto only once onceWatch onceWatch
Watch for fora a town Congress Heights HeightsV
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I 1 cniaptel CIS ers S 01 1Life Ufs s Odditieso
Indiana In5lanaYoulh Youth 1out Hope to OiililoAH 01110 All 1ro 1rovloui 110vioul Yrovlou
vloui vlou 1erformnnccsIlnrry 1erformnnccs 1erformnnccsirnrry
I irnrry JIntrrIlnl King 1 q young trick bicyclist bicyclistof bkcllstI
of Lafayette Intl has undertaken un QItnten to toKO togo togo
I go Ulavolo lJJ1Olotbe the Jooptheloop loop the loop por perfotauer porformer portOllner
former one batter und uue with that t hnt end endIn on onIn endIt
In view Iew has arranged to have con conRtruotitl conRtnletll consttuctsli
Rtruotitl an apparatus on which lie liehopes 110hOlies hohopes
hopes to perform the most daring bi bicycle 1 blcycle > 1 1Cyco ¬
cycle Cyco feat fbat over oVllnltempted attempted ills scheme schemeIs
Is n 1 double loop which he expects to totraverse tot1lVOI totraverse
traverse t1lVOI o on n wheel wheelKing wheelKing 11211 11211l
King l lng who Is twenty tent years ClIrs old son sonof sonIt sonof
of It W B King former assistant post
I or VVII v ee eeUOuaLL U UtJOUOL
master und undnow ul now proprietor of a a bicycle bicycleand bloyc1eIInd bicycleand
and sewing machine store has been 1 > een an antulopt finIIli0pt anadapt
adapt on the bicycle Jlc cle since chUdhood childhoodHe chUdhoodJIo chUdhoodIte
He Is daring und persevering Kings KingsIdea I lngs
I Idea oil o eolstru constructing thlg A double loop orig originated ollgIn orfgketch ¬
ketch In his own mind mln He has been beenconsidering bcenconslclcllng beenconsidering
considering the subject for several seternlmouths severalJ
J months and his father who has great greatfaith greutfaith
faith In his sons ability n lllt has encournged encour encouraged eueourI ¬
aged him himThe himlho hhuThe
I The design l sign of the structure differs differsfrom dltforsfrom lffors lfforsfroni
from from ithat that of DIavoloV nlnolo It Is to be betwenty betwenly betwenty
twenty feet higher than the circus per performers 11ClfOInH perfornlers ¬
formers fOInH ls at tho top tOI of tho Incline and andthe undthe andthe
the first Incline of the double loop Is to tobe tobe tobe
be longer and steeper King Intends Intendsto
to start tnlt at an elevation of sixty feet feetdown feetdown feetdown
down a fovtyflvo degree Incline five fivefeet fivefoet acefeet
feet wide and strike the beginning of oftho oftho ofthe
tho first loop sixty feet from the start startThis startThis startThis
This loop Is to be twenty feet In diameter diam diameter dlameter ¬
eter and thirtyfive thlrt fic feet above groundCircling ground groundCircling groun grounChcllng
Circling this loop attcrrlfic at te rifle speed sP eclKlnl King Kingwill Kingwill
I will descend another Incline to the sec second secand ¬
and loop twentytwo twenty two feet In diameter diameterand
I and slightly above the ground gloundChl gloundChlcago groundChtcago Chi Chicago ¬
cago Chronicle
A WAX NosnDr NOSE NOSEDr os osDr
Dr A J Martlncau assistant our surgeon eulgeon ourgoon ¬
geon to the TJiroat Tnoat and al1dI Ear nr Hospital Hospitalat
at Brighton England recently par parformed pOlformed performed
formed an unusual but successful op operation opomUon oporation ¬
oration for the straightening of n de deformed defOlmell der derformed ¬
formed nose A man aged twenty twentyyears tITentyyeuIs twentyyours
years who gave the following history historywas historywas historywas
was the patient When fourteen years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old his nose nosehuc1 had been injured an ab abscess abscess abseess ¬
scess resulted and when this was washealed washcaled washealed
healed the bony bon ridge l go along the centre centreof centleof centreof
of tho nose was found to have settled settleddown settledc10wn settledIowa
down or been eaten away In the centre centreso
so that thn t the bridge of the nose had ns assumed nssumod nssumed ¬
sumed a l hallo hollow v nupslmpcd lu > shnl1ce1 appear appearnuce appell1once appearpuce
once and the boy had grown rown up with withwhat withwhat withwhat
what Is technically known as a saddle saddlenose sadellenose saddlenose
nose Dr Martlncau thought the case casen casen casen
n n favorable one for treatment by what whatIs whatIs winois
Is known as the paraffln method The Theman ThellIan Theman
man was chloroformed although local localanaesthesia localannesthosla localanaesthesia
anaesthesia coconino could have been beenused beenusocl beenused
used and half a drachm of hot stalll steril sterilized sterllIzed ¬
ized paraffin was Injected through the theskin theRltln theskin
skin of the nose over the depression on onthe on111e onthe
the bridge by means of an ordinary ordinaryantitoxin ordh1 ordinaryantitoxin rJ rJnntltoxln
antitoxin syringe The paraffin Inraffin bad a acarefully acarefully acarefully
carefully determined 1 melting moltln point of
110 degrees Fahrenheit considerably considerablyabove considerablynboo considerablyabove
above the body temperature tempol turc The nose nosewas poselops 10S0 10S0Wlll
was molded moldcellnto Into shape as the paraffin paraffincooled pammucoolec1 paraffincooled
cooled There was considerable consl Crnble sore soreness SOIOlCSS soreHess ¬
ness lCSS and swelling of the nose for the theflrst thoI1r thefirst
first I1r t three or four days < but these coon coonsubsided 5001subsided lOOI1Imbslded
subsided and the man was left with a aKood ulioO nrood
rood lioO looking serviceable and to all out outward outwnrc1 outward ¬
ward appearances appenrancFs entirely natural naturalnose 1111tU1111nose naturalnose
nose Two pictures of the mans face faceone fOleone
one 011 0 made before and one after the op oporation 011e11 operation
oration e11 tlon which pro published 1n bllshetl in the thoLancet theIancet theLnncot
Lancet for August 0 show In n sulk striking sulkfag ¬ I IIns
Ins way the wonderfully won erfully good cos cosmetic casmetlc cosmetre ¬
metic reiult of the operation The op oporation operatlon operation
oration is not a now one having all ripparontly nn nnjmrcnUy allUUently
jmrcnUy originated In France < but the therarity therarity therarity
rarity of Its u use e gives the above Il oe suc successful suocossful sueI ¬
cessful cage cnse special spoclnllntelest spoclnllntelestlm Interest InterestTHE interestTIIn
Chicago was In green and white whItethe whItetheHorse the theHorse
Horse Show colors COlorsdurlng during the week of ofNovember ofr0embel ofNovcmber38 i
Novcmber38 November 38 The most novel feature featurethis fcnturethis featurethis
this year was wn an exhibition by F FSpoerhase FSpoerhase
Spoerhase who drove backward backwardagainst backwardnsalnst backwardagainst m
against time with his trained pacer pacerHow pncer1I0w
How Sir I1 Spoerhaso can see out of the theback theI
back ba k of his head is something of a amystery amystcry amystery
mystery Tho sketch Is from a photo photograph photolaph photograph
graph graphttE2ICAN laph laphUEXIOAN 8 8UEXICAN
The last two seasons the principal principalbird princlpablld <
bird and animal dealers of Washing Washington Watlhlngton Washington ¬
ton D C have hll 0 carried as part of their theirstock theirstock f fstock
stock In trade Mexican bullsnakes bullsnakeswhich bullsnakeswhich t twhich
which have become quite popular with witha
a number of Washington families as ns11ousers asmousers jj jjmouscrs
mousers taking tho place of cats Clltsaround catsnround t tAround
Around and on about their stables and anelout aneloutbullllings out outbuildings outbuildings
buildings Thus far the dealers and andthoso andthose h hthose
those who have purchased reptiles of orthis ofthis fc fcthis
this variety havo found them quite quitehardy quitehardy 1 1hardy
hardy and vigorous but great was the thesurprIse a asurprise asurprise
surprise of n 1 denIer who found that his hisImakes hissnakes v vsnakes
snakes bad laid four eggs fully as aslarge asarge a alargo
largo l arge as those of a n hen Since then the thetcmales f ffemales ffemalesof <
females femalesof of his Mexican lI xlcnn bullsnakea bul1snakeshave bullenakeshave v vhavo
have laid In all eighteen elshteenor or twenty twentyegls twentyeggs n neggs
eggs eggsThe eglsThoc1enler eggsThe
The Thoc1enler dealer was was at first at a loss to toknow toImow toknow
know what to do do with the eggs until untillome untileome ol oleomo
eomo ono advised advisedblm him to cover them themI ti
tip In sand In a largo box and set thi thiout them themout thornout o 1m
out In the suit to hatch This ho howith did didwith l ld ldwith I
with the tlrst one dozen which proved proveda IHoo prow prown e
a failure owing no doubt to the f fact factthat fuclthnt a athat t cl
that they became chilled by n change changehi chnllgIn Chan Chanha
hi the weather during the night He HeIs 1I 1IIs I IIs Ie i
Is now ow collecting a second SCCOIIl setting settingsnake ol olsnake 0 0snnke
snake eggs In the meantime memnti ie the rep reptiles 101tiles r rtiles Lp I
tiles continue laying every dayThe day dayTho duyThe
The eggs < Sgs are perfectly white and nullone to toone toono
one not previously Informed fufe metl could couldhardly couldhnlllIy co cohardly mild Id
hardly be distinguished from ordlnarj ordlnarjhen orcIlnarshen ortiina ortiinalieu rs r
hen eggs They differ from the latt latthowever latter latterhowever Illttel110weel er I
however In having instead of u hard hardbrittle harIJbrltUe ha habrittle rd J
brittle shell an elastic leathery cover covering covellng coy coylag e l r ¬
lag soft and velvety to tho touch toucl oud oudexceedingly aqdexceedlllsly al alexceedingly d
exceedingly tougb toughSt St Louis Ilemib IlemibJlc lte11ubIc itep itepinc ub b
inc Ic
1 eta
A naturalist has been making mul > llll obscr obscrvatlons obse obseaUons obocvations r
vatlons on the toilets of certain nu nuand nuts nutsand autsalle1 le ts
and has discovered each Insect goes goesthrough goesthrough go gothrough e es
through most elaborate ablutions snyj snyjthe saJ saJtho sa I Ithe
the London ExpressPhey Express ExpressThey EXl1ressrbty
They arc not only performed by her herself he1solf lit litself 1 ¬
self but by another who acts for the thetime thetime ti titime u
time as ladys maid multlrhc The assistant assistantstarts assistantslluts asslsta asslstastarts nt
starts by washing the face of her co com companion com11anlol1 n IIpnuton ¬
11anlol1 panion and then goes GoeSOel over tho whole wholbody wholebody whitbody lle ft <
body v mieCalia mieCaliaThe i < ttiItfU ttiItfU1bo yvJ yvJTho A
The attltuile of the ant that is belli belliwashed belns belnsnshec1 bet betwashed tip lS
washed nshec1 i la one of Intense satisfaction satisfactionShe su sntisfactl sntisfactlShe tlsfnctlonShe e p
She lies down with all her limb limbstretched lImbeslrctChed 1m 1mstretched be
stretched loosely out she rolls over overher on onher Olbel l
her side oven her back a perfect pl pic pictmo p1tiro Ie e < y yturo
turo tiro of ease easeThe enselhe easeThe
The pleasure the little Insect evinces evinceswhile evinceswhllobell1g ovitc ovitcwhile es
while whllobell1g being thus combed and sponge spongeIs spongM spongMIs alongis of
Is really enjoyable enjorn ble to the observer observerHOW 0 observernow bserelDOW
A strange easo has presented itsolf itsolfhereabouts Itsolfhel its itshereabouts 011 If
hereabouts hel nbouts of n man who had only t tgrnndpnreuts two twograndparents twoluandl1a1onls we ro
grandparents Instead Inst ne1 of four A wid widower wIdlweI wi wiover d ¬
over lweI and a n widow were married and andtheir IIndtheir in intheir ld
their children by J their first marriage marriagewore marrlugewere manta mantawere ge e
were In time united Their childrens childrenschildren childrenschildren children childrenchildren 1s lS
children had one on common grnndfathand grandfather grandfatherand er
and ouo common grandmother SIl1ndmothelDostQIJ SIl1ndmothelDostQIJEvcmlns Bostou BostouEvening therLos tost IIJ i1 i1Evening
Evening Record RecordA IlecorddA
In contrast to some of tile modern modernpig mo mode modepig ern ernpig rn
pig iron casting machines In use u e In Inlargo Inlarso inlargo
largo Iron works In this country Is th thunique tho thouulque II IIunique lO a
unique method of o breaking up pig Iror Inc IV u
employed at the present time In some someGerman somoGerml1n mm mmGerman 10 e
German establishments Illustrated Illustratedherewith Illustrntedherewith Illustrateherewith d
herewith The molten Iron Is run from fromthe fromthe Pro Prothe m 11
the blast furnace Into molds wheresolidifies where It Itsdlldlflcs Its
solidifies s lldlfies In long bars When set the thebars these thesebars thes thesbnrs se It
bars are broken up uplntosultn upintosultable into suitable le length lengthby lengths lengthsby lenthsby la IS
by hand hanc11nbor labor In tho manner shown shownhellvy shownheavy A Aheavy
heavy elgbtypotind maul with double doublehandles doubleham1l doub doubhandles le e
handles ham1l s Is raised high In the air ov ovthe ovct ovctthe OYCIthe cr I
the heads of the sturdy laborers re required rcqulred r rquhed e ¬
quired to wield Vlell It and then brought broughtdown broughtclown brouglclown I t
clown with powerful force upon tha thabars tltcbars th thbare c
bars breaking lcl1ldul them up U1 > Into common commonclal cOmme1clal COIlIIlleclal i
clal size pigs ft Is alleged n single singleblow singleblow singlblow e
blow is usually sufficient to break the theheaviest thehcalest tk tkheaviest e
heaviest bars barsTwo balsTwo barsTwo
Two Uecntc Decntfcs of lilc nJl Slips SlilpiA Shll ShllA SlipsA
A striking Illustration of the rapiditwith rapidity rapiditywith lupeHtywith y
with whldi marine architecture ha has hasdeveloped hasI1cyelopeel S Sdeveloped
developed during recont years Is to be behad behJd b bhind e
had In the case of thug old Anchor line llnoiCity lIneICity lineCity I
City of Rome which was built in 1881 1881and 1881nnd 188 188rind 1 I
and for twelve years enjoyed the Ills distinction Illstinction dl dlthlction s I ¬
tinction of being beln the largest Atlauti Atlautisteataaliip Atlantic Atlanticsteauwhlp AtlanticsteulMhlp c
steauwhlp She Is being towed now In InEngland InEngl1nel i iEngand n II
England to an obscure port to b bbrokeim be bebroken bebloltCll e
broken Into Junk It is with difficulty difficultythat dlfllcultythllt dlmcult dlmcultthat y V
that one recalls tho City of Roma a aa ot otIt f S Sa
a holder of records lecol s of any kind al although aIthough although ¬
though when she was In her prim prlmaher 11lmohN I Iher
her name was familiar to tho peoplon people peopleon s e
on both Rides Ides of the th ocean When sb sbwas she shewas sbowus e
was displaced dl lace from top rank In point pointof poIntor poinof t
of size by b the Lucanla and Campania CampaniaIn
In 1111803 1803 there was much marveling and andmany nndmany an anninny I i
many predictions that these vesselwould vessels vesselswould vesselswould s
would for a long time hold tho lend of oftho ofthe c cthe f r
the lists But once the era of big ves vessels vessels yeseels ¬
sels opened It produced prod ced n l rapid SUCces imccesfelon SUCcesMan succesMon
felon of largest ships and during th thpast tie tiepast thepast e I
past five years there has been such an anImpetus anImpetus a ampetus n j
Impetus In the steamship building line lineespecially lIneespecially lineespecially
especially In Germany that tho an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement of another monster ere ereatcs ereates ereites
atcs comparatively title attention attentionJust attentionJust attentionJust
Just at present tho Oceanic and Celtic Celticare ColtlcJoro Celticre
are a re the largest vessels In service and andalongside andalongside andlongside 1
alongside a of them the City of Rome Romewould Romeould Romewould
would ould seem a pigmy pigmy1Yashingto pigmy1YashingtoStar Washington WashingtonStar n I
A A Battleship Great Record RecordThe KocnrdThe I IThe
The British battleship Hood has just justaccomplished jus jusccomplished t I InocompJlsheet
accomplished a n a 1 feat which reflects reflectsgreatest reflectsgreatest I
greatest credit on her officers She Shesailed Shesailed I Igreatest I Isailed
sailed from Malta to Davenport a dls distance dlstanco ¬ J Jtance
tance ot 2035 miles without n rudderat rudder rudderat luc1 el C Cat
a at an average speed of nearly thirteen thirteenknots thirteenknots thirteenkatlta
knots She made n run from Argostoll Argostollto j jto
to Malta with a disabled dlsa lee rudder ru der and andwUen andwhen t tw4en
when an examination was made at the thelatter theLatter I I11ltter
latter port It was found that she would wouldhave wouldave wouldhave
have ave to havo a new steering apparatus apparatusThe I ITho
The old rudder was shipped aboard aboardand aboardnd I
and nd the ship started for home steering steeringwith i iwith t twith
with her twin screws Her perform I 1 1anco innco
anco would have been a very good one oneor 1 1for 1tor
for or a battleship with a rudder and andWithout andwithout andtvlthout
Without one It t Is regarded ag most re reo reomarkable r rrnarkable
markable markableMany t tMany
tt t
Many a strong stron swimmer in 1 the seaof sea seaot p
ot matrimony matrlmonyhns has has found himself ch chtangled entangled I Itangled
tangled in the widows weeds weedsi wced iLj 1 1
Ajewlj Aiiewly jloI I Discovered nlinnl of otCentr otCentrArrlel Central CentralAfrica
4 + Africa Africajyory Arrlell1ry
jyory 1 miry reader of fit St Nicholas lc 1oIns has hasfljtftibtloss hns1m
fljtftibtloss db d btlcss visited Islted zoos zoos many mnll times timesand
and and become well acquainted with wH II the therlUTriVAnl thle
rlUTriVAnl affiOIent pnlmnls A 1 f > n 1 1 ho has lnt u seen lt there I tI101Ccl ItnVn ItnVnStifle
Stifle S S ii tp e of them pro very ely beautiful and andsjOTfc nnl1i
sjOTfc S a of them very t3 nnplenslng nnpleu llg lu thoir thoirajiijjponranee tltelr1l1f1011IfiUCU tirlrof
ajiijjponranee ali onrauce but 1 am quite sure sl sure 1o none nonoqf 110110o noneog
qf or tliem lneut has over soon such a queer queerIbjjikliig Iac
Ibjjikliig l lb Iug creature as tIll okapi Ho H In InIn I Ito isto
In fact a newly discovered animal ami amiug IIllltId
ug n a variety alletJ of any nn known kno u speclesi speclesiEOjyou Rll0clSrs
soyou EOjyou can well BOO his Importance and andUii otlllI
Uii tJlq Interest that his discovery hits htisaroused husJ hitsrd
aroused 11 nrpnsedparilculnriy 1 edpurticulllrl particularly in the sciontillcl sclontlllc sclontlllcAVprld
AVprld WPfht Animal ulmnl species lava hn vo been do doveloped dcd
veloped loJle1 from n few forms and fil1e we we can canfind cnub
find 111 < 1 many of the links lInl that connect connectthorn conl1ecttI contenttlidin
thorn tI jIl1 but hero and there arc gaps and andIt nuelIt rindit
It is Is often difficult to find tho linksthat links llukathat IInl1thtt
that complete the chain The okapl okaplfills oltaplr olcaplmis
fills 0110 of these gaps He stands be between ¬
tween tho giraffe and antelope nod audpartakes nude nodes
partakes of the character of eachHo each eachHo caChIIp
Ho Is found In the forests of Central CentralAfrica Ceut1l11AflPU CentralAfrica
Africa and bears n strong resemblance resemblanceto
to t1t a fossil boastwhose skeleton though thoughlarger thoughu
larger nrfiCl nrr Is of about the same proper Tnoportlcfhs 111OPOlnt properfit
lions tl < 11s and nUl undoubtedly undoubtc ly that of an an anccjtor oncolor 111 111n
color ccjtorUjlie C colorft Ol Ollle
> iuhe Ujlie Ie okapi stands stnn s about 11 fire vo feet high highrit highA
rit rittho nt tho tho shoulder The body which Is Iscovpred
covpred co prerl with thick close hair Is n abrlijlant nnbrlUlnnt
nbrlUlnnt brlijlant brown but looks very ely blue In Intho Inbe
tho thDJI thought light ht The color of the head which whichIs
Is lark a 11 creamyellow commences abrupte abrupt abruptly nbruptIe ¬
ly at the neck whore the body color colorends colorenc1s colorends
ends The ho mimic muz lo Is like that of tho thogiraffe thoes thees
giraffe 111111 < tapering and the lips ore used usedfor u8e1lOl
for lOl cropping leaves which the molar molarteeth molnlII0th molartooth
teeth tooth grind glln There are three projec 1lrojcctl projections projectlsins ¬
tions tl ns on the skull covered with lash iloshniifl floshTS
and hair like those of the giraffe lrafft The Thelogs XheIf
logs lo and hind quarters are striped and andon 11111ro
on this account many people have havemade hued
made tho mistake of calling him nid n aztibrn nld
zebra to which animal lie docs not notuofr 110te
hc heiir uofr r the slightest resemblance Ills Illshobf 1118lS
hobf ho f la II cloven like the giraffes ander and andantelopes unller
antelopes old enables him to speed speedover spce spceIIJ speedover
over marshy Innrsh ground without sinking sinkingNow slnldngNow sinkingNew
New Now the zebra would have a single singletoo slnJIetoe singletoe
too toe or 01 n solid hoof which is one of the thedistinguishing thecUstingulshlllg thedistinguishing
distinguishing characteristics of the thehorte thern
puree hor1 < family The mistake arose from fromtho frol11In fromthe
tho fact that Stanley In his Darkest DarkestAfrica DnlkestlO
Africa spoke of horses Inhabiting the thefprests IheIV theu
fprests of the Uganda districts relying relyingon lel lng lngon
on the statements of tho natives Sir SitHarry SirHIII SirHnrry
Harry HIII Johnston however when In hlAfrica InAfrica InAfllca
Africa determined to Investigate thematter the thematter thol1attel
matter Knowing it contrary to the thenature Iheunture theunture
unture of a horse to live In forests ho liewas howas hewas
was anxious to see Just what thiscreature this thiscreature thiscreature
creature might be his Interest being beingfurthermore belli bellifurthell1ole beingfurthermore
furthermore excited by seeing orna ornaments ornuments ornameats ¬
ments und waist waistaprons aprone worn by the thenatives thellathes theoathes
natives made ma e from this queer queerlooking queerlookingskin queorIoodngsldn looking lookingskin
skin Upon pon Inquiry ho found the theokapl
okapl to be n common animal In these theseparts thcselUlts theseparts
parts They were said to go In n pairs pairsthough I1Jlrsthough pairsthough
though probably they also roam inherds In Inherds IIIhOId8
herds The meat affords excellent e cellent catlug cat catIng catIntt
lug to the tribes trl es In this district who whoarc whonlO
arc 51 0 principally little dwarfs el who sub subsist subRlst subsist ¬
sist for the most part on the animals animalsthey anlmJIst11CV animalsthey
they hunt These dwarfs are warlilceIndlsposition warlike warlikein wnlIJkeinr1sposltlon
in inr1sposltlon disposition rather shy and Ime exceed exceedlugtynverso excoedIngtynvelso exceedlugtyaverso
lugtynverso to having strangers visittheir visit visittheir visittheir
their country and as they theyaro are quite q lte a apowerful 11powertul apowerful
powerful people when banded bnn ed together togetherthey togethere
they will vlll probably prove a great ob obstacle ohd obd ¬
stride to our becoming better acquaint acquainted
ed with this new l1e animal They catch catrtthe catclIt
the okapi by digging holes In the theground thcIt
ground over which they loosely show strowleaves
leaves lenvc and branches making pitfalls pitfallsInto pltfnllsIntti pitfallsinto
Into which the unwary animal cosily cosilystrays easilye
strays stlU They gave the okapi his name namebut numoI
but but In pronouncing It they leave out outtlio
the k I aud In Its stead make a clicking clickingsound cllckln cllcklnt
sound 101U1 peculiar to their languageWe language languageWo Inngungec
Wo hope some living specimens of ofthe 0 0the
the oknpl will be brought to our coun country coune ¬
try tryn Jn In time and that wo may see them themIn theme
In our OIllZOOS our zoos and can form for ourselves ourselvessome ourseles0111e ourselvesJione
some opinion of this new creature creatureA creatureAII A AH
H Knight 1 nljht in St Nicholas NicholasIlltf Nicholasy
Illtf Jilt Jar nr of Corn Corn7ho CarllS CornThe
The ho Kansas City Star opened Its col columns cole oohr ¬
ulnas recently to a discussion concern concerning concelnI ¬
lug the size of the big ears of corn cornraised cOIIiI
raised In Kansas and Missouri last lastsummer
sunlinere summer Inm l1el There was hardly hUl ly a farmer fnrlllerc farmerin I
in cither State that did not barb a astory 11II
story 8tOr to tell Ears of corn with 1100 1100and 1100e
and 1200 grains gcnlnelu mlnsllI in them Kccm to have havebeen hu 0 0V
been matters of common occurrence occurrenceOthers OCCIIlrenCCf occurrenceOtiors
Others went as hlgji as 1100 and nml1 iG00Ed 1HOO 1HOOEd OO OOl
Ed l d Johnson of Kacklcy lieu for ex example exmupl exmaple ¬
ample < went Into one of his fields one oneday
day ny and picked Icke at random four cars carswhich earswbloh
which averaged 1222 2 grains each A AGcrjnun At At
Gcrjnun Getmun Ge > rTnuu of Hartford lieu l nn found an ancar auenl anear
car which was only twelve Inches long longbut
but ut had twentysix twe 1t slx rows of grains grainsmaking grainsIlInltlllg
making HaS all told L I I Monnot of ofOklahoma ofr I
Oklahoma reported an ear of corn corntwelvq cOIntwelve carptwelve
twelve Inches In length and eleven elevenIn eleenlu elevento
In circumference But all these are arebeaten IIrcI
beaten by one onocar car which was raisedby raised raisedby mlsedj
by C H Cleveland of Tulsa I T In
1001 001 This car had thirty rows of ofgrains ofgrnlns ofgrains
grains around It and fiftysix grainsicugtlnvlse grains j
lengthwise The total number of ofgrains ofglllln8 ofgrains I
grains on the cob was 1C80 This Is u arecord j
record still to be beaten beatenOncSIilud beatenOneShlcll > I
OncSIilud Ono 91dod Ilulldlngi DulldlnlA nulldingsA I IA
A good many people find fault with wltbtlngup wllbsam
sam sours or the new buildings we are put puttlng putting
tlngup ting tip on tho ground that they are areonesided nleoneslded areone
onesided one slded said one of the superintend superintendcuts superlntenl1ents superintendcute
cuts employed by y a largo construction constructioncompany constructioncomllouy
company By this It Is meant that thatthey tbattheJ thatthey
they appear architecturally Incomplete IncompleteMain IncompleteMain
Main entrances are placed plllce at appar apparently IlppJrently apparentry ¬
ently inconvenient Inconenlentcorners corners and large largewlndowfc largewlpdowh
wlndowfc and prominent decorations decorationsthat eecorntlonsthat decorationsthat
that rightfully belong In certain sec sections sectlons secions ¬
ions l to Insure a 1 harmonious whole wholeare wholloro wholearo
are now sadly out of place This lack lackof lackat lackof
of uniformity Is duo to the th fact that thatmany thatnanny
many buildings In course of construe construction construethou ¬
thou are not being put up In their en entirety enthety entirpty ¬
tirety In may cases It has been found foundmpracticable I
Impracticable to break the lease for forhouses forhouses
houses on adjoining property which whichwas whichwas whichwas I
was meant to bo incorporated Into tho thoarea therea
area a rea of the now building consequently consequentlythe I Itho
the work progresses in sections When Whenthe Whontho Whenthe
the leases expire and the rest of the theground theground
ground Is available these buildings buildingwill buildingswlJ1 buildingswill
will present n homogeneous front frontDetroit
Detroit Free Press I
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j Standard Flower Potsi Pots
i Juga Milk lI1k Pi 11 Pats > ts Butter Pan Jare Tor ar Pitchers hww r1V Imis PIII Mike MII Ium Iumj Il4l1i8plttouM Iun + f f8plttouns
j 8plttouM plttoim < Bean Pots Ohurns Pialcin Pipkins Store flue 1oU 1oUFlower Po PoFlower PatFlower
Flower Pot Saucers and Fern Pans Pans26th j j25th
1 25th 2 th find M jr Streets N E 1 WASHINGTON D c cGUSTAVE Cr
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I Builders uiIders and andE Coach h Hardware HardwareBAR
WEATHER STRIP from I cent cent a foot up upI up upA I II
I A 30000 stock of Hardware to select from fromnlr
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one ne Dhow Killed Two Rattlers RattlersHenry Rattlcronenry RattlersHenry
Henry Stork of Grand Bay Ala Alalad Ala1nd Alatad
lad a 1 remarkable experience last Sun Sunlay Sunlay Sunlay
lay afternoon Whllo walking through throughthe throughtho throughthe
the woods with his two little daugh daughters daughora dmtghtorn ¬
torn ora they suddenly f l1 donly como upon upl n two im imnonso 1m11enso imnonso
nonso diatnoudback dlamond back rattlesnakes rattlesnakesthat rattlosnalteshat rattlesnakeshat
hat were apparently at play Mr MrStork 11Slork Mrstark
Stork declares cclnre the unakcs wore raised raisedtully raisedlIlIy raisedally
tully thrpofourths t1U ofourths of their length lengthtroin lengthfrom lengthfrom
from tho ground groun and wro v ro knocking knockingtheir Imoclilnghelr ltnoclcingtheir
their heads hea s together In n n L playful man manner mllnnor mannor ¬
nor So absorbed were the reptiles reptilesIn
In each other that they paid no at attention Iltlontlon attontion ¬
tention to tho approach of Mr Stork Storkwho Storkrlho Storkwho
who cut a club about eight feet long longfrom Ionsrom longfrom
from rom a Bsmall small pine saving sar Iag and at the tnoctroko thflttrolo thettroko
ctroko so stunned both snakes that thatthey thaithey thatthey
they wore war a easily dispatched without withoutfurther withoutfarthor withoutIurthor
further trouble Tho snakes were werobrought werebrought werebrought
brought to Grand Gr nd Day and measured measuredThe meDsuredIhe measuredThe
The larger was E feet 0 Inches long longind Ions1nrl bongand
and tho other C feet 7 Inches Both Bothmeasured nothmeasured Bothmeasured
measured 14 Inches In circumferenceNoR circumference circumferenceNov elrcumf rence renceWe
Nov We Orleans Times TimesDemocrat TimesDemocratUQU llmesDemocratLlot Democrat DemocratLlaht
UQU as a Healing Agent AgentIn AljentIn AgentIn
In view Iew of the growing Importance Importanceof Impl rlance rlancer
of r tho application of light a IIii a healInd heal healInj healIn
Inj In < principle In medical science the themedical t11 t11medical themedical
medical congress which recently con convened canToned convenod ¬
Toned at Wiesbaden Invited Prof nil Blcof nilf Dieof
of f Copenhagen to read a paper on the UKBiibjcct thesubject I
subject sn ject Tho lecturer explained th thprinciple thpIlnclple the theprinciple
principle of employing light for heal healing healleg heallag ¬
leg purposes after excluding Its chem chumheal chemical chomkal ¬
heal effects The results obtained by bythis b bthlG bythis
this method in cases of smallpox ac according ac according aocording > ¬
cording to the lecturer aro such that thattho thattho thatthe
tho question Is raised whether the thelight tll tlllight thelight
light treatment shall not be mad madcompulsory made maMcompulsorY madecompulsory <
compulsory Prof DIe approves the theapparatus th thapparatus I
apparatus lnv Invented nted by Dr DrFlnsen Flnsen oj ojCopenhagen 01Copenhagen ohCopenhagen
Copenhagen with which the latter hu huachieved hue hurachieved hueachieved
achieved such remarkable re narltable success in incases Incases Incases
cases of Input lupulJbut but urges that no on onbut ont ontbut antbut
but qualified doctors should be allowed allowedto
to apply applytho the light lIg t treatment as dis disturbances disturbances dieturbances ¬
turbances aro apt to occur which rcnder ren rendor rendol
dor It It necessary to break It off sud sudtlecy suJacelY suddecry
decry I
Literature In the South SouthThreo SouthThree SouthThree I II
Three hot literary suppers are arescheduled aresrheduleel arescheduled
scheduled to come off soon The lit literary literary ¬
erary committee Is now In tho swamp swamphunting swampmUng swamphurttag I
hunting mUng tho possums for era emAtlln emAtianto Atlan Atlanta ¬ I
ta Constitution ConstitutionYoull ConstitutionYO ConstitutionYoull
Youll YO II1 nn nnil everything everythingon n orything orythingon t l g I Ion
on tho SQUARE SQUAKEat i iat
at the thoISthandHSts IhoTriangle theT1aiIo
Triangle House HouseI ouso ouso15th I
ISthandHSts 15th and iI Sts W r E EH E Eti +
H J SENA SEN AY V Proprietor ProprietorCora I
Cora Car on tho Columbia line stop almost almostin nlmoetIn almost almostht
in front e nf tlio th door oor and transfer tickets ticketseither tloketsoitlwr ticketseither
either wuy way lira good for 15 minutes to toimiblo toonll1 toanahlo
imiblo onll1 > l13 passengers to get rufrcMhmcnt rufroshmontsruttl rufrcMhmcntnnd rtfro hm1nt hm1ntIInJ
nnd a free lunch at Siiuys Slmuy well wolliitoeked wolliitoekedbllr Btockod Btockodbar etoelcodbar
bar barTHE bllrTHE barTHE
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704 70411 II St II E WASHINGTON D c GJtQfAll ce CjAII
JtQfAll e All orders promptly attended Dtt nded to toNOT toNDTIN toNOT
Many Manynewspape newspapers have lately given currency currency
to reports by bylrresponslble Irresponsible parties to thocflcct thoefectthat thocflcctthat the effect effectthat
that thatTHE thatTHE thatTHE I
had entered a II true trus or combination we wish wishto wishto wishto
to assure the public that there U no truth tlt Insuch In Insuch 11sl1ch
such reports We have been manufacturing manufacturingsewing 1nRnl1flleturlngsowing Inanufacturungsowing
sowing machines mRehlnlllrOl for over ovcrn a quarter ql1l1rtcroru of a centu century century tx ntu ntury ¬
ry and have established a 0 reputation for our ourselves oursclcs ourselves ¬
selves I and our machines machlntslhatls that Is the envy cnvyof of all allothers 011others nilothers
others Our U New 1e Home lloI machine has hasnever hRslover hasnever
never been rivaled us a family maehlncIt machineitshndsat machine maehlncItatonds It Itstands
stands I shndsat at the head hcndaalllClgl of all Iflyh Gratle 4Pai1esewing 4Pai1esewingmachines sewing sewingmachines sewingmaehlncllInd
machines maehlncllInd and etandson s 1I1dson Its own merits meritsIlia meritsrItO
Ilia II ACID Home is tJioottlu thoosd really reallyJMIGMI reallylUG1 reullu11101101f
11101101f JMIGMI GRADE GIl lDE 1VESetafnp Sctclno Machine Machineon JfllcltlliO01ltl6 dlachfnoCa
Ca on 01ltl6 the tnurJictt tICul tlutrLetIt ot otIt Q
It Is not necessary for us to tocnwr enter Into a trustto trust trustto trustto
to I savo our ourcrcdlt credit creditor or pay paynnydebta any debts M we havo havono havonodebls haveno
no 1 nodebls debts to pay Wo have never entered enwlCIllnto enwlCIllntocompetition Into Intocompetition intocompetition
competition with manufacturers of low gnulo gnulocheap gnulochen gradechcnpmachtnes
chcnpmachtnes cheap chen I machines that aremado are made to soil regard regardless regardless regardlose ¬
less of any Intrinsic merits Do not be ilc ilccclved IIIcdved drceived
cclved when vhenyouwants you wantasniMnginachlflodont wantasniMnginachlflodontvend wanta sjIlngmaehho sqjringmachhnodont sqjringmachhnodontsend dont dontII
vend II < nd your money away 0 wny from home call e 11l on a aActo aIf aNeto
If Acto frame Denier ho can sell you yot a abetter abettcr abetter
better I machine for less than you can purchase purchaseelsewhere purehaloelsewhere purchasedsowhero
elsewhere If there Is no dealer near yu yuwrlto ybu ybuwrlto ybuwrite
wrlto direct to us usTHE usTHE usTHE
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Hartz Mountains Germany ermaRY BIrd Hanna will willrestore willreltore willrestore
restore tlte none of 0 cage birds prevent their theirII theirnllmenh theirailments
ailments and bring them back to Roo good < l health healthIf
If given during durin the season ol 0 shedding feathers feathersIt leathersIt
It will carry the little musician through this thiscritical thl thlerlllcal thucritical
critical period without the loss losof ol long longSold songSoldbydruggistsblyddeolerey
Sold Soldbydruggistsblyddeolerey by drugglstsblrd drulglsh bl rd dealers talicdforl5e talicdforl5eIn Hailed for 150 150In 1 Sc Sctn
In order to bring out the song nf the feathered leathereawarbler featheredwarbleraimoatlmmodlately cllthereowarbler
warbler warbleraimoatlmmodlately almost Immediately mix a few drops dropsof dropse dro s sof
of e the Phil Phlls Bird Food Cos IIIRD Iill D BITTCR5 In Intho Its Itstho In Inthe
tho birds drinkingwater drlnkln wa er These Bitters will willIntuie willIRrue willinfuse
infuse nevI life and vitality vitalitylntothe Into th the household householdnet IUJUeholllpel householdpet
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