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THE DAY BOOK!
' N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
(00 S. P.BORIA ST. CHICAGO, H.I.
Tolenhnnoo Editorial, Monroe SKI
IViepnoneS circulation. Monro. 3SS.
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier in Chi
cago. 30 cent a Months By Mail.
United, States and Canada, $3.00 a
Entered as second-class matter April
, 21, 1314, at the postofflce at Chicago.
111., Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
- JUST A HUNCH. It is a blame
sight better to know how to keep well
than it is to know how to get well.
If you are-wise to the former, then
yoi wqn't get sick and have to ap
ply the latter.
Doctors may hand out all sorts of
medicine, but ol' dame Nature has
got a little medicine cabinet all of
her own that anybody can take from
without reaching into his or her
Plenty of fresh air; lots of sleep;
proper eating; a system full of gootj
nature; yards of smiles
With all that you sure should feel
pretty blamed good. What's worth
having is worth going afigr.
ALASKA THE BIRD PARADISE.
Birds so thick that a ship literally
plowed its way through them is the
description brought hack from
Alaska by F. Seymour Hersey, and
just published by the Smithsonian
Institution, from data compiled by
Hersey on his field trip last summer
collecting records and photographs
for the completion of the "Life His
tories of North American Birds."
Prof. Hersey made the trip on the
revenue cutter Bear, which each sea
son makes the trip from Seattle
Wash., to Point Barrow, the topmost
point of the continent, in Alaska. As
the vessel neared Unimak Pass the
number of birds "Increased to a point
almost beyond belief, ". Hersey t-J
ports. "As far as the eye could setf
masses of birds were bedded on the
water. It was utterly impossible to
for many definite estimate of theii
Proceeding to St Michael, Hersey
used a small power boat to carry
him and his outfit to the mouth of
the Yukon river. Here the whole
stretch of the Yukon delta is kept as
a "bird reservation." This flat delta
is literally covered with birds.
Hersey found several rae species,
among the Aleutian Tern, which has
always been scarce and which was
recently thought to be extinct An
other rare bird which he found is
Fisher's Petrel, which was represent
ed in museums by only a single spec
imen, and now by only three or four.
Alaska has its own variety of spar
row known as the Aleutian sparrow.
It is one of the 20 or more varieties
of the sparrow family that cover the
United States from east' to west
There are nine bird reservations in
Alaska. These are in charge of the
Biological survey of the department
As it is with game, so with bird
life, Alaska is the last great refuge
for the birds. A more intelligent care
of the feathered tribes may prevent
the practical extinction of certain
species, such as has taken place'in
WELL, WHO CARES
Admiral von Tirpitz always wears
King George has lately been devot
ing some time to the study of Rus
sian. " -
Queen Mary's accounts of her per
sonal expenditures are kept by her
chief dresser. -
"Harry" is the pet name by which
the queen of Norway is known to all
her relatives. .
The prince of Wales, during his
stay in London, has risen every day
at 6 o'clock in the morning. Fnwi,