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He tteHears Hears Mass in Greek at atat atat atat
at the Vatican VaticanAN VaticanAN VaticanAN
Conducted by An Eastern PatriarchFirst Patriarch PatriarchFirst PatriarchFirst
First Function of the Kind At Attended Att ¬
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tended by a Pope Since 1438 1438Without 1438fthout 11381Vithout
Without fthout Precedent in Other Re Respects R RspectsA RespectsA ¬
spects spectsA A Historical Review ReviewThe ReviewThe ReviewThe
The Service in hcnor of St John JohnChrysostom JohnOhrysostom JohnChrysostom
Chrysostom held in the hall of the theBeatifications the theBeatUlcations theBeatifications
Beatifications at the Vatican on F FIb FIbruB17 FruarI fo foruarr
ruarr 12 was unusual In many ways waysNever waysil waysNever
il Never before did any Pope take part partIn partin partIn
In a religious ceremony in which the theGreek theGreek thez
z Greek instead of the Latin liturgy liturgywas 1iturgywas liturgywas
was followed nor has any an Pope Popeattended Popeattended Popeattended
attended a similar function since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the time of the union between the theLatin theLatin theLatin
Latin and Eastern churches after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the Council of Florence in 1438 1438It 1438It 1438It
It was the first time in the history historyof historyof historyof
of the papacy that a capalla papale papaleas
as the function held in one of the thechapels thechapels thechapels
chapels or churches of Rome in the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence of the Pope is generally generallycalled senerallycalled generallycalled
called was altered alt red in ceremonial ceremonialdecoration ceremonialdecoration ceremonialdecoration
decoration and liturgy to suit the re requirements reQulrements requirements ¬
quirements of the Greek rite and the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time that the Pope used Greek Greekinstead GreekInstead
instead of Latin LatinA LatinA
A special altar was erected at one oneend oneend oneend
end of the hall with three icons in infront infront infront
front of it arranged in such a way wayas wayas wayas
as to form the three entrances or ordoors ordoors r rdoors
doors through which the celebrants celebrantsand celebrantsand celebrantsand
and servers pass during the mass
On the altar were six gold candle candlesticks candlesUcks candlesticks ¬
sticks and a crucifix while rare rareOriental rareOriental rareOriental
Oriental carpets covered the steps stepsbelow stepsbelow stepsbelow
below To the right was the papal papalthrone papalthrone papalthrone
throne and at each side of the aisle aislewere aislewere
were benches for the Cardinals CardinalsBishops CardinalsBishops CardinalsBishops I
Bishops and prelates of the papal papalcourt papalcourt
court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The body of the hall was crowded crowdedwith crowdedwith crowdedwith
with people eager and interested interestedeven interestedeven interestedeven
even In the slightest incident The Thenumber Thenumber Thenumber
number of applicants for tickets was wasBO wasso wasso
so great that the majordomo was wasforced wasforced wasforced
forced to issue permits to many al allowing allowing allowing ¬
lowing them to stand in the corri corridors corn ¬ I Idors Idors
dors dorsAbout
About the time appointed appo nted for the theceremony theceromon theceremony
ceremony ceromon the murmuring of many manyvoices manrvoices manyvoices
voices in the hall was silenced by b the theBound theBound thesound
Bound of the Greek hymn sung in the thedistance thedistance thedistance
distance which meant that the cor cortege cortege cortege ¬
tege had left the Sistine Chapel and andand andand andand
> and was wending wendin its way through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the Sala Regia RegiaThree RegiaThree RegiaThree
Three Greek priests carrying a agolden agolden agolden
golden cross and two flabelli then ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared followed by a procession of ofGreek ofGreek ofGreek
Greek student priests Bishops In Ingorgeously ingorgeously ingorgeously
gorgeously embroidered vestments vestmentswith i iwith iwith
with the characteristic black biretta birettaand birettaand I
and flowing veil patriarchs in capes capesof capesof capesof
of cloth of gold and Phrygian mitres mitresstudded mitresstudded mitresstudded
studded with gems and deacons car carrying carrying carrying ¬
rying lighted candlesticks In the thecentre thecentre thecentre
centre was the Patriarch of Antiochhis Antioch Antiochhis Antiochhis
his Beatitude Cyril VIII VII the cele celebrant celebrant celebrant ¬
brant of the mass and on either I Iside iside
side walked µ alked Bishops carrying sym symbolic symbolIc sYmbollc ¬
bolic candlesticks candlesticksAs
As the procession approached the thealtar thealtar thealtar
altar there was a hush and a pause pauseThe pauseThe pauseThe
The singing stopped and the papal papaltroops papaltroops papaltroops
troops saluted saluted the Patriarch The Thehymn Thehymn Thehymn
hymn began be an again and from the thei thesubdued thesubdued
i subdued hush everyone realized that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Pope was coming comingHe comingH comingHa
He H wore the triple crown and a awhite awnite awhite
white satin cope and from time to totime totime totime
time he blessed the people recog recognizing recognizing recognizing ¬
nizing even in the crowd some of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his devoted friends At the altar altarsteps altarsteps altarsteps
steps he alighted prayed and blessed blessedthe blessedthe blessedthe
the Greek celebrants celebrantsThen celebrantsThen celebrantsThen
Then the celebration of mass ac according according according ¬
cording to the Greek liturgy began beganIt beganIt beganIt
It was most impressive and solemn solemnThe solemnThe solemnThe
The Pope followed the mass from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the throne where from time to time timef timehe timehe
f he was Incensed by the celebrants celebrantsand celebrantsanJ celebrantsand
and exchanged with them the em embrace embrace embrace ¬
brace of peaceThe peace penceThe peaceThe
The mass lasted two hours at the theend theend theend
end of which the Pope imparted the theapostolic theapostolic theapostolic
apostolic benediction and the cere ceremony cerem cere4mony
4mony mony m ny was oer o r
It is for a Million jJlJon Points and will be beFinished beFinished beFinished
Finished in 1015 1015A 191 1915A
A cribbage game for a million millionpoints millionpoints millionpoints
points which las already lasted sev seven seven seven ¬
en years is being played in Des DesMoines DesMoines DesMoines
Moines Iowa by Col John C CLoper CLoper CLoper
Loper and Milo Ward says the Clin Clinton Clinton Olinton ¬
ton Ia Herald The score today todayIs
Is 460234 to 455234 455234The 455234The
The players estimate that they will willlive willlive willlive
live to finish the contest in 1915 1915Mr 1915Mr 1915Mr
Mr Loper is sheriff of Polk county countyand countyand countyand
and Milo Ward Is I secretary of the theCommercial thoC theCommercial
Commercial C JD mercial Exchange Ex hange The The men menplay men menplar menplay
play once a week either Monday or orSaturday o oSaturJay orSaturday
Saturday night from 730 73 to t 11 11They 1IThe 11They
They The have played for 376 consec consecutive consecutive consecutive ¬
utive weeks and religiously keep keeptheir keeptheir keeptheir
their weekly engagement The av average average average ¬
erage number of points made each eachnight eachnight eachnight
night for the past seven years is
2150 Just what the stakes are areneither areneither areneither
neither of the players will divulge divulgeBoth divulgeBoth divulgeBoth
Both men are over the fifty year yearmark yearmark yearmark
mark markThe markThe markThe
The game has been divided into intoseries intoseries intoseries
series of 100000 points each The Themen TheIren Thenen
men are now on their fifth Dur During During During ¬
ing the weekly contests they take takehalf takebaIt takehalf
half an hour for light refreshments refreshmentsThe refreshmentsThe refreshmentsThe
The players have worn out a num number numLer numLer ¬
Ler of cribbage boards and about abouttwentyfive abouttwentyfive abouttwentyfive
twentyfive packs of cards so far in intheir intheir intheir
their contest The men expect on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their last series which will come comeabout comeabout comeabout
about eight years from now to in invite Invite invite ¬
vite their friends and card experts expertsto
to see the finish of probably the longeat long longest longest
est card game ever played in the theworld theworld theworld
A Remarkable Blast BlastOne BlastOne last lastOne
One of the metlods of quarrying quarryinggranite quarryingranlte quarryinggranite
granite ranlte is to dislodge a huge sheet sheetfrom sheetfrom sheetfrom
from the surface of the formation formationthrough formationthrough formationthrough
through the medium of a powder powdermine powdermine powdermine
mine A large perpendicular shaft shaftis shaftIs shaftIs
is first blasted to a depth of about aboutthirty aboutthirty aboutthirty
thirty feet At the bottom of this thisand thisand thisand
and radiating horizontally like the thespokes thespokes thespokes
spokes of a huge wheel long holes holesare holesare holesare
are drilled drilledThe drilledThe drilledThe
The extremeties of these holes holessays holessays holessays
says Popular Mechanics are then thenshot thanshot thenshot
shot with light charges of dynamite dynamitein
I in order to create chambers large largeenough largeenou largeenough
enough enou h to receive large quantities quantitiesof
of black powder This takes weeks weeksof weeksof
of ever Increasing charges Then Thenthe Thenthe Thenthe
the final charge is loaded The now nowhuge nowhuge nowhuge
huge chambers at the extremities extremitiesof
of the spokes are packed with hun hundreds
dreds of pounds of powder num numerous i ierous I
erous electric wires attached and andthe i ithe Ithe
the whole mine tamped with fine finematerial finematerial I Imaterial
material A mighty roar and rum rumble rumble I Ible
ble In the bowels of the earth and andthe ithe I Ithe
the huge sheet is detached from the theledge theledge theledge
Trail of the Auto AutoOn AutoOn AutoOn
On some of the automobile frequented fre frequented frequenteJ ¬
quented streets especially where wherethere wherethere wherethere
there are garages the asphalt pavemoat pave pavement pavement ¬
ment is stained with oil and smells smellsin smellsin smellsin
in no uncertain sense of the gasolene gasolenecar
car The trace of the auto is no nowhere nowhere nowhere ¬
where better marked however than thanon thanon thanon
on the streets with slight upgrades upgradesin I Iin
in them themThere themThere themThere
There the oil dripping out of the theback theback theback
back of the pan fairly splashes the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street Some persons pel sons who live just justabout justabout justabout
about where the street runs a bit bituphill bitlphilI bituphill
uphill are very unhappy because of ofit ofit
it In the summer summerEvery summerEvery summerEvery I
Every car that runs by leaves its itssignature itssignature itssignature
signature written on the pavement pavementand pavement2nd pavementand
and the sun beating down does the therest therest therest
rest It is a fact that some houses houseswithout houseswithout houseswithout
without other defects have suffered sufferedIn sufferedII
In II the market trom the fact that the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street In front Is foul smelling from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the oil drippings dripplngsN N Y Sun SunOld SunOld SunOld
Old Miners Proposal ProposalAnnual ProposalAnnual ProposalAnnual
Annual proposals of marriage are aremade aremad aremad
made mad by b Bohemia Bohem a Sharpe an old oldminer oldminer oldminer
miner to the stenographer of Ore Oregons Oregons Oregons ¬
gons Governor whoever she may be beSharpe beSharpe beSharpe
Sharpe has just made his yearly yearlyvisit yearlyvisit I
visit to the State Capitol and inci incidentally incidentally incidentally ¬
dentally called at the Executive office officeand officeand officeand
and made a formal offer of his heart heartand heartand heartand
and hand to Gov Chamberlains Chamberlainsstenographer Chamberlainsstenographer Chamberlainsstenographer
stenographer As has been the case casemany casemany casemany
many times in the past the offer offerwas offerwas offerwas
was refused but it is expected the thehardy thehardy thehardy
hardy old mountaineer will return returnnext returnnext returnnext
next spring to renew his overtures overturesSharpe overturesSharpe overturesSharpe
Sharpe is now over 70 7 0 years of ofage ofage ofage
age but is still an active prospector prospectorIt
It is said that he is quite wealthy wealthybut wealthybut wealthybut
but his riches do not help to dispel dispelthe dispelthe dispelthe
the loneliness of his isolated home homeSan homeSan homeSan
San Francisco Chronicle ChronicleRain Chroniclenaln ChronicleRain
Rain in Moving Pictures PicturesMoving PictureslIoving PicturesMoving
Moving picture films are practical practically ¬
ly spoiled long before their useful usefulness usefulness usefulness ¬
ness should end because of the therain therain therain
rain which blots out the clearness clearnessThis clearnessThis clearnessThis
This Inury comes from the continu continuous continuous continuous ¬
ous winding windln and rewinding of the thefilm thefilm thefilm
film through the machine at the rate rateof rateof rateof
of a foot a second forming static staticelectricity statlcelectrlclt staticelectricity
electricity electrlclt The electricity attracts attractsall attractsall attractsall
all the particles of dirt and dust dustfloating dustfloating 1U5 t t110atlng
floating in the atmosphere to the thefilms th thfilms thefilms
films and in pulling the film up uptight npt1 uptight
tight t1 ht these particles scratch hence hencethe hencethe hencethe
the rain rainThe rainThe rainThe
The Night of Blindness BlindnessThe BlindnessThe BlindnessThe
The poets have taught us how full fullof fullof fullof
of wonders is the night and the thenight thenight thenight
night of blindness has its wonders wonderstoo wonderstoo wonderstoo
too The only lightless dark is the thenight thenight thenight
night of Ignorance and insensibility insensibilityWe
We differ blind and seeing one from fromanother fromanother fromanother
another not in our senses but in the theuse theuse theuse
use we make of them in the imagi imagination Ima imagination i ination ¬
nation and courage with which we weseek weseek weseek
seek wisdom beyond our senses sensesHelen sensesHelen sensesHelen
Helen Keller in Century CenturyPeculiarities CenturyPeculiaritles CenturyPeculiarities
Peculiarities of the Face FaceA FaceA FaceA
A biologist says that the two twosides twosides twosides
sides of a face are nave n ve alike one oneeye oneeye oneeye
eye is stronger than the other in inseven Inseen inseven
seven cases out of ten and the right rightear rightear rightear
ear Is generally higher than the th thleft theleft
left leftIfbB
IfbB h 4
Peary Veteran Explorer is isSanguine isSanguine isSanguine
Sanguine of Success SuccessA SuccessSTRANGE
Believes that so Long as the North Northand Northand Northand
and South Poles arc Unvisited by byCivilized byOlviJiz byClvillzgd
Civilized OlviJiz d Man Ian They The are a Chal Challenge Ohallenge Challenge ¬
lenge and nd a Reproach to Man Manhood 1Ianhood Manhood ¬
hood hoodWhen hoodWhen hoodWhen
When men reach re ch the north pole polewhat polewhat polewhat
what will they find thereThe there thereThe thereThe
The question was put to Comman Commander Commander Commander ¬
der Robert E Peary U S N while whilehe whilehe whilehe
he was describing the details of the theforthcoming theforthcoming theforthcoming
forthcoming expedition expeditionIn
In reply Commander Peary gave gavethis gavethis gavethis
this picture of the landscape at the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north pole poleFrom poleFrom poleFrom
From all the scientists know and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from all the inferences in ferences to be based basedupon basedupon basedupon
upon that knowledge the first white whiteman whiteman whiteman
man to stand at the north pole will willfcot willnot willhot
not see a scene very different from fromthose fromI fromthose
I those traversed by most explorers inthe in inthe inthe
the arctic It is not likely that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there will be even a mound of ice iceto iceto iceto
to mark the actual pole poleIt poleIt poleIt
It will be as imaginary and in invisible invisible invisible ¬
visible then as the equator equatorPrecisely equatorPrecisely
I Precisely The man standing standingat
at the pole though added addedthe addedthe addedthe
the explorer will look upon a novel noveland noveland noveland
and marvelous scene from the astro astronomical astronomical astronomical ¬
nomical standpoint He will see the theBun thesun thesun
sun like a wheel of fire circling the thehorizon thehorizon thehorizon
horizon like a wheel instead of rising ris rising rising ¬
ing and setting From day to day dayit dayit dayit
it will gradually ascend higher and andhigher andhigher andhigher
higher in a flattened spiral spiralThe spiralThe spiralThe
The sun will appear above the thehorizon thehorizon thehorizon
horizon on March 22 at the vernal vernalequinox vernalequinox vernalequinox
equinox It will net set forsixmonths forsixmonthsOn for six months monthsOn
On June 22 at the Summer solstice solsticeit
it will be highest in the heavens heavensThen heavensThen heavensThen
Then it will slowly descend lower lowerand lowerand lowerand
and lower until the disk disappears disappearson
on Sept 22 22At 22At 22At
At night too the stars will be a acurious acurious acurious
curious sight Only those of the thenorthern thenort thenorthern
northern nort ern celestial hemisphere of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course are visible there Directly Directlyoverhead Directlyoverheadnot Directlyoverheadnot
overhead overheadnot not precisely but nearly nearlyso nearlysowill nearlysowill
so sowill will be the polar star Only it
will be fixed All the others revolve revolvein revolvein revolvein
in widening circles The stars on onthe onthe onthe
the horizon will always be there thereIs thereIs thereIs
Is this the sum um total of the land landocape landJcape landcape
cape at the north pole polethe the goal of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the civilized nation to reach which whichcountless whichcountless whichcountless
countless men me have sacrificed their theirlives theirlives theirlives
lives livesCommander livesCommander
Commander Peary retorted retortedSo retortedSo retortedSo
So long as the 2000000 square squaremiles squaremlles squaremiles
miles of unknown area at the north northpole northpole northpole
pole and the 8000000 square miles milesat mllesat milesat
at the south pole are unvisited by bycivilized byciviIlzed bycivilized
civilized men menHis menHis menHis
His voice volc had the sharp resonance resonanceof
of determination his square jaw was wasset wasset wasset
set In his greyblue gr yblue eyes was the thefire thefire thefire
fire that must have lighted the faces facesof facesof facesof
of Jason and Coltmbus ColtmbusThe Colt mbus mbusThe mbusThe
The general plans of the last ex expedition expedition expedition ¬
pedition will be followed he said saidwith saidwith saidwith
with some important variations variationsbased variationsbased variationsbased
based on our experiences then Sail Sailing SailIng Sailing 1
ing from New Yor in the Roosevelt Rooseveltin I IIn
in June or not later than the 1st 1stof 1stof 1stof 1
of July we should reach Greenland Greenlandabout GreenlanJabout Greenlandabout
about August 1 1Thence 1Thence i 1 i iThence
Thence the way lies along the thewest the1est thewest
west coast of Greenland through throughBaffin fhroughBaffin throughBaffin
Baffin Bay Smith Sound and Kane KaneBasin Kanel12sin Kaneliasin
Basin vith Ellesmere Land to the thewestward thewestward i iwestward
westward This will bring us to toKennedy toKennedy toKennedy
Kennedy and Robeson Channels Channelspassing Channelspassing Channelspassing
passing through which we expect to togain togalnour togain
gain galnour our eli winter quarters at Cape j jSheridan j iSheridan I ISheridan
Sheridan This Is in Grantland Grantlandwest Grantlandwest t twest
west of Greenland It is one of the thenorthernmost thenorthernmost thenorthernmost
I Iground
northernmost regions of solid solidground solidground
ground known to man manEarly j
Early in February we will start startfrom startfrom startfrom
from Cape Sheridan for the north northThe i jThe ITbe
The journey to the pole should be beunderway beunderway J Junderway
underway in good earnest before the theearly theearly theearly
early days of March Our equip equipment equipment equipment
ment will be practically the same as asin asin asin
in the expedition of 19056 I want wantto wantto wantto
to have 200 Jogs 25 sledges and
25 men with Eskimo assistants from fromWhale fromWhale l I IWhale
Whale Sound similar to those in the theprevious thoprevious theprevious
previous expedition The journey journeyto
to the north by sledge should COB COHBume COBBume consume
Bume from 100 to 120 days We Weshould Weshould Weshould
should be back on the mainland mainlandsome mainlandsome mainlandsome
some time in June 1909 1909A 1909A
i I IA
A Fine Sendoff SendoffCol SendoftCoL SendoffCol
Col Jeltz of the Negro Ledger Ledgera
a Kansas publication desired to say saysomething saysomething saysomething
something nice about the mention mentionof mentionof
of J F Jarrell of Holton for State StateSenator StateSenator StateSenator
Senator so he wrote the following followingIrarrell followingI
Irarrell I Ii Jarrell arrel1 gets into the Senate the thethieves thethieves thethieves
thieves and grafters will not plun plunder plunder plunder ¬
der the State treasury without his hisknowledge hisknowledge hisknowledge
knowledge and consent con consentKansas consentKansasCity > entKansas entKansasCity Kansas KansasCity
City Star StarI
r v
I II IRunning
Running a Refrigerator or Cold ColdStorage ColdStorage I II
I Storage Plant by Electric Motor MotorHorseless I II
I Horseless wagons smokeless pow powboxes powGer powder
Ger noiseless guns and iceless Ice iceboxes I II
boxes boxes oxes The last item is described describedin
in Popular Mechanics It consists consistsof I
of of an electric motor belted to a pump pumpwhich pumpwhich pumpwhich
which keeps a ooling solution mov moving moving moving ¬
ing through a set of pipes which are areplaced areplac I IplacE1
placed plac d in the refrigerator refrigeratorI refrigeratorThese
I These pipes are similar to the thesteam theI thesteam
I steam or hot water water radiators in the thet theliving theliving theliving
t living rooms only they cool instead insteadof insteadof insteadof
of heat the apartment apartmentThe apartmentr
r The machine is automatic and con constantly conI
I I stantly maintain whatever degree degreeof degreeot
of cold is selected The moment the thethermometer thethermometer thethermometer
thermometer rises abov above that point pointthe pointI pointthe
the machine starts up of itself and andworks andworks andworks
works until the apartment is sufficiently suf sufficiently sufficiently ¬
ficiently cooled then it stops of it itself itself itself ¬
self selfThe
The whole affair is so simple as asto asto asto
to require practically no attention attentionexcept attentionexcept attentionexcept
except an occasional oiling which is isno isno isno
no more difficult than to oil a sewing sewingmachine sewingmachine sewingmachine
machine At trifling expense one onecan onecan onecan
can also fix up a basement room as a acold acold acold
cold storage for large supplies sacks sacksof sacksof sacksof
of potatoes c which it Is now Im Imposible imposible imposibie
posible to keep in the average residence resi residence residence ¬
denceIn dence denceIn denceIn
In many families the saving ef effected effected effected ¬
fected by purchasing supplies in inquantities inquantities inquantities
quantities instead of from day to today 1 1day
day would be enough to pay the en entire entire ¬ j
tire cost cost of operating the cold stor storage storage storage ¬
age system if not the amount for formerly formerly formerly ¬
merly spent for ice certainly would wouldSet wouldSct wouldSet
Set Sea Gulls to Work WorkFrom 1VorkFrom VorkFrom
From Nannaimo comes the story storyof storyof
of an enterprising Government fish fisheries fisheries fisheries ¬
eries official who is enlisting the ser services services services ¬
vices of thousands of sea gulls in the thetask Itask Itask
task of cleaning up the immense immensenumber immensenumber immensenumber
number of dead herring dropped droppedoverboard droppedoverboard droppedoverboard
overboard by boats at the different differentwharves Jifferentwharves differentwharves
wharves where cargoes are loaded loadedon
on the vessels vesselsWhile vesselsVhile vesselsWhile
While making his rounds one day daythis daythis daythis
this party tied up his gasolene gasolenelaunch gasolenelaunch gasolenelaunch
launch at one of the wharves while whilefiguring whilefiguring whilefiguring
figuring out the best method of at attempting attempting attempting ¬
tempting to remove the fish Neglect NeglectIng Neglecting Neglecting
Ing to switch off the power the pro propeller propeller propeller ¬
peller churned up the water to such suchan suchan suchan
an extent that a large number of ofdead ofdead ofdead
dead herring came to the surface surfacethousands surfacethousands surfacethousands
thousands of sea gulls immediately immediatelyswooping immeJiatelyswooping immediatelyswooping
swooping down and glutting them themselves themseles themselves ¬
selves seles on the fish fishThe fishThe fishThe
The experiment was made at sev several several several ¬
eral of the other wharves and in inevery inevery inevery
every case the gulls performed the thetask thetask thetask
task which would have entailed con considerable considerable considerable ¬
siderable expense expense had It been done doneby doneb doneby
by b manual or mechanical labor laborSeattle laborSeattle laborSeattle
Seattle PostIntelligencer PostIntelligencerBreaking PostIntelligencerBreaking PostIntelligencerBreaking
Breaking in New Men MenA MenA Icn IcnA
A large corporation has lately latelyshown latelyshown latelyshown
shown its appreciation of the value valueof valueof valueof
of giving new employees a thorough thoroughgeneral thoroughgeneral thoroughgeneral
general knowledge of the business businessby businessby businessby
by publishing a book describing in inan inan inan
an interesting fashion all the details detailsof detailsof detailsof
of the companys compan s work A copy Is Isfurnished isfurnished isfurnished
furnished every employee and he Is Isexpected Isexpected isexpected
expected to master not merely the theportions theportions theportions
portions pertaining to his own work workbut workbut workbut
but the entire book bookIt bookIt bookIt
It costs us about 2000 a year to topublish topublish topublish
publish this book says the presi president president president ¬
dent of the company but we con consider consider conalder ¬
sider it money well invested When Whena
a man enters our employ he Is told toldto toldto toldto
to read this manual and do nothing nothingelse nothingelse nothingelse
else until he has mastered it This Thisgives Thisglyes Thisgives
gives him a general knowledge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the business and If there are any anypoints anypoints anypoints
points he does not understand they theyare theyare theyare
are cleared up before he begins beginswork beginswork beginswork
Sleeping With Ith Shut Windows WindowsA VindowsA
A man in a neighboring city who whohas whohas whohas
has formed a habit of going out for forfor forfor forfor
for a mile sprint in the neighborhood neighborhoodof
of his dwelling daring darin the earliest earliestmoments earliestJIjoments earliestmoments
moments of the cold gray dawn says saysthere saysthere saysthere
there Is yet work for the ause of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the open window From morning morningto
to morning his route is changed changedsomewhat changedsomewhat changedsomewhat
somewhat but it always covers overs a adistrict adistrict adistrict
district inhabited by the welltodo welltodoScanning welltadoScanning welltodoScanning
Scanning the sleepng apartments as ashe ashe ashe
he runs he finds surprisingly few fewwindows fewwindows fewwindows
windows open His excursions are aretaken aretaken
taken so early that he knows the thesleepers theleepers thesleepers
sleepers are not awake and that thatthey thatthey
they have slept the night through throughbreathing throughbreathing
breathing poor air These are areproofs areproofs
proofs he thinks that many persons personsintelligent personsintelllgent personsintelligent
intelligent in most matters are still stillunaware stillunavare stillunaware
unaware unavare of what fresh air might do dofor dofor 10for
for them themBoston Boston Transcript TranscriptWhat Transcripthat TranscriptWhat
What hat Yale Men Eat EatSome EatSome I ISome
Some statistics have been publish published
ed by the Yale Dining Club to show showwhat showwhat
what the 1068 members of thai or organization organization organization ¬
ganization who eat at the Yale com commonsmanage commonsmanage commonsmanage
monsmanage to get away with in the theline theline theline
line of food In a week for in instance instance
stance > 6500 pounds of meat 900 900dozen 900dazen 900dozen
dozen of eggs and 9100 rolls and andloaves andloaves
loaves of bread disappear down the theTale they theTale
Tale y le throat throatThe throatThe throatThe
The daily consumption is about aboutlike aboutlike aboutlike
like this thi Nine hundred and twenty twentynine twentynln twentynine
nine nln pounds of meat 100 loaves of ofbread ofbread ofbread
bread 1200 rolls 50 pounds of oat oatmeal oatmeal
meal 1200 quarts of milk 120 120quarts 120quarts 120quarts
quarts of cream 120 pounds of table tablebutter tablebutter tablebutter
butter and a like amount for cook cooking cooking ¬
ing purposes as well as 20 bushels bushelsof bushelsof bushelsof
of potatoes Two TW hundred gallons gallonsof
01 soup Is prepared daily for two twomeals twomeals twomeals
meals I
Cornells Com ens Yellow Slickers SlickersThe SUckersThe SlickersThe
The distinctive wet weather dress dressat dressat dressat
at Cornell Is a yellow oiler and prac practically practicaIly practically ¬
tically every student sports one when whenit whenit whenit
it looks rainy The effect is bound boundto boundto boundto
to be a little cdd and it gives the theperson theperson theperson
person who sees it for the first firsttime firsttime I Itime
time the Idea that he Is in a fishing fishingtown fishingt fishingtown
town t wn or at least le t in a seacoast place placeTo PlaceTo placeTo
To be sure theres water a plenty plentyall plentyall plentyall
all around Ithaca but the slickers slickersand sUckersand slickersand
and the mountains make a contrast j
Her Ideas on Mesmerism MesmerismAmounted MesmerismAmounted
Amounted to Monomania MonomaniaMUST llonomaniaI llonomaniaMUST MonomaniaMUST
The Greater Part I art of Her Time Tak Taken Taken Taken ¬
en up in Talking About Aboutit bout it t in inTreating inTreating inTreating
Treating and Fighting Fi htin Against It Itand Itand Itand
and In Discovering and Thwarting ThwartingImaginary ThwartingImaginalJ ThwartingImaginary
Imaginary Plots PlotsMrs PlotsMrs
Mrs Eddys fear of malicious ani animal animal animal ¬
mal magnetism never let her rest restShe restShe
She was continually complaining complainingthat complainingthat complainingthat
that she felt it trying to reach her herthrough herthrough herthrough
through the persons about her and andshe andshe andshe
she could not endure the presence presenceof Plesenceof presenceof
of the suspected student studentThe studentThe
The greater part of Mrs Eddys Eddystime EdJystime Eddystime
time was taken up in talking about aboutmesmerism aboutmesmerism
mesmerism in treating and fighting fightingagainst fightingagainst fightingagainst
against it in discovering and thwart thwartIng thwartIng thwarting
Ing imaginary plots plotsShe plotSShe plotsShe
She had never loved anyone so sowell soll sowell
well ll that she could not in a moment momentof momentof momentof
of irritation believe him guilty not notonly notonly
only a disloyalty but of theft knav knavery knavery knavery ¬
ery blackmail or abominable cor corruption
ruption ruptionAll ruptionAll
All the suspicion envy and in incontinent Incontinent incontinent ¬
continent distrust which so often oftenblazed oftenblazed oftenblazed
blazed in Mrs Irs Eddys eyes seemed seemedto seemedto seemedto
to have found a concrete and corpor corporeal corporeal corporeal ¬
eal expression in this thing mesmer mesmerism mesmerism mesmerism ¬
ism Throughout the winter and andearly andearly
early spring of 1889 Mrs Eddy had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been complaining to her adopted son sonthat sonthat sonthat
that Boston was full of mesmerism mesmerismthat mesmerismthat
that It was choking her and that she shemust shemust shemust
must flee from it itThe itThe itThe
The adopted son was a smrl man manwith manwith manwith
with an affectionate disposition gen
tie affable manners and very small smallwell smallwell smallwell
well kept hands lie had certain certainqualities certainqualities certainqualities
qualities which Mrs Eddy had al always always always ¬
ways found desrable in those who whowere whowere whowere
were closely associated with her herThis herThis herThis
This new relationship seems to tohave tohave I Ihave
have caused no little commotion commotionamong commotionamong commotionamong
among the faith faithul ° dl Mr Frye went wenthis wenthis wenthis
his silent inscrutable way keeping keepinga
a wary eye upon the new favorite favoriteWhen favoriteVhen favoriteWhen
When he was not ot doing his marketing market marketIng marketing
Ing he was usually to be found in inhis inhis inhis
his own room waiting for orders ordersand ordersand ordersand
and working at his accounts accountshe he was wasalways wasalways wasalways
always In trouble about them and andthey andthey andthey
they often cost him sharp words wordsfrom wordsfrom wordsfrom
from Mrs Eddy EddyAlthough EddyAlthough EddyAlthough
Although he seems to have been beenscrupulously beenscrupulously beenscrupulously
scrupulously honest he was a poor poorbookkeeper poorbookkeeper poorbookkeeper
bookkeeper Once during the ear early early early ¬
ly years of his service Mrs Eddy Eddyhad Eddyhad Eddyhad
had his books audited and finding findinghim findinghim findinghim
him a few dollars short fell into a aviolent aviolent aviolent
violent rage She charged him with withtrying withtrying withtrying
trying to rob her and wailed at athim athim athim
him so late into the night that the thedistracted thedistracted thedistracted
distracted man went out and per persuaded persuaded persuaded ¬
suaded another student to come and andstay andstay andstay
stay with him till morning morningOn morningOn morningOn
On another occasion Mrs Eddy Eddytook EJdytook Eddytook
took him to task so savagely about abouthis abouthis abouthis
his accounts that Mr Frye told the theother theother theother
other students who had come in to topacify topacify topacify
pacify her that he could stand it no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer and he actually threatened to toleave toleave toleave
leave her The students set about aboutsoothing aboutsoothing aboutsoothing
soothing him very promptly for the theprospect theprospect theprospect
prospect that one of them might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have to fill Mr Fryes place was a alittle alittle alittle
little terrifying terrifyingMrs terrifyingMrs terrifyingMrs
Mrs Eddy coud = ou1 be the most mostagreeable mostagr mostagreeable
agreeable agr eable of hostesses and of moth mothers mothers mothers ¬
ers when she chose chosewinning winning af affectionate affectionate affectionate ¬
fectionate and considerate and she sheknew sheknew sheknew
knew the power of flattery From Fromthe Fromthe Fromthe
the day da she told a young man of ofSwampscott ofSwampscott ofSwampscott
Swampscott that if she could put on oncanvass oncanvass oncanvass
canvass her ideal of Jesus Christ Christthe Christthe Christthe
the face would look like his Mrs MrsEddy MrsEddy MrsEddy
Eddy never underestimated the thehuman thehuman thehuman
human appetite for flattery flatteryShe flatteryShe flatteryShe
She could unblushingly refer to tothe tothe tothe
the touch of fairy fingers or the themusic themusic themusic
music of footfalls and could ould de deliver deliver deliver ¬
liver the most threadbare euphu euphuisms euphuisms euphuisms ¬
isms with a smile that warmed the theheart theheart theheart
heart of the recipient and covered coveredhim coveredhim coveredhim
him with foolish happiness After Afterhaving Afterhaving Afterhaving
having fretted herself to sleep the thenight thenight thenight
night before she would sometimes sometimesarise sometimesbrlse sometimesarise
arise in a mood almost beatific beat fic and andwould anJwould andwould
would greet the object of yester yesterdays yesterdays yesterdays ¬
days invective with a benediction benedictionand benedictionand benedictionand
and a smile smileAugury smileAugury smileAugury
Augury by a Rabbit RabbitEvery Rabbit8ery RabbitEvery
Every year ear at Arkalgud the local localgod localgod localgod
god NaraImmaswami is taken in inprocession inprocessIon inprocession
procession to a building outside the thetown thetown thetown
town and then a rabbit caught be beforehand beforehand beforehand ¬
forehand is touched by the specta spectators spec spectors spectators ¬
tors and set at liberty If the rab rabbit rabtit rabbit ¬
bit turns toward tos and the town it Is regarded re regarded regarded ¬
garded as an ill omen foreboding forebodingsome foreboJlngsome forebodingsome
some calamity calamltyMadras Madras Mail
rm rmI
Western Railway Says Sn s They The MustNot Must MustNot ust ustNot
Not Be Thrown In Stations StationsYoung StationsYoung StationsYoung
Young folks Ihing 11 lip ing along the line lineof lin linof lineof
of the Chicago and Northwestern NorthwesternRailway NorthwesternRailway NorthwesternRailway
Railway are convinced that it is a amistake amistake amistake
mistake to accuse a corporation of ofhaving othaving ofhaving
having no soul At any rate that thatis thatisthe is isthe isthe
the opinion of the lender beings whoare who whoare whoare
are contemplating matrimony matrimonyIn
In the first place pla e the railroad in inaugurated inaugurated inaugurated ¬
augurated a honeymoon special to toCalifornia toCallfornla toCalifornia
California some time ago That In InItself initself Initself
Itself was a great bid for popularity popularitywith popularitywith popularitywith
with the brides and bridegrooms to tobe tobe tobe
be But It was nothing in general generalapplication generalapplication generalapplication
application to the latest move on the thepart thepart
part of the road roadThis roadThis roadThis
This is nothing more nor less than thanan thanI thanan thanan
I an order forbidding the throwing of ofrice ofrice ofrice
rice old shoes and other wedding ac accessories accessories accessories ¬
cessories in or about Chicago and andNorthwestern andNorthwestern andNorthwestern
Northwestern trains trainsSomething trainsSomething trainsSomething
Something singly silL > ly had to be bedone4 bedone bedone
done4 done said an official of the road roadEnthusiastic roadI roadEnthusiastic
I Enthusiastic friends of the bridal bridalcouples bridalcouples bridalcouples
couples were carrying things to an anextreme anextreme anextreme
extreme and a check was necessary necessaryYoung necessaryYoung necessaryYoung
Young couples would come down downto downto downto
to the train with large satin bows bowstied bawstied bowstied
tied on the rear of their carriagesand carriages carriagesand carriagesand
and as they started for the train a aterrific aterriflc aterrific
terrific storm o rice and old shoes shoeswould shoeswould shoeswould
would break loose Innocent and andinoffensive andinoffensive andinoffensive
inoffensive people who were board boarding boarding boarding ¬
ing the same train but had not been beenguilty beenguilty beenguilty
guilty of anything not even mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage would get most of the missiles missilesHence missilesHence missilesHence
Hence the new order which will be beenforced beenforced beenforced
enforced In the strictest fashion fashionCeremony fashionCeremony fashionCeremony
Ceremony Under Difficulties DifficultiesSir OifflcultiesSir DifficultiesSir
Sir Frank Lascelles our ambassa ambassaador ambassador ambassador ¬
dor to Berlin has had some excit exciting exciting exciting ¬
ing experiences In the course of his hisdiplomatic hisdiplomatic hisdiplomatic
diplomatic career careerHe careerHe careerHe
He was with Sir Edward Malet in inParis InParis inParis
Paris in 1870 during the siege and andthe anJthe t tthe
the Commune and tells the story storyof storyof storyof
of an extraordinary dinner which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they had at the embassy shortly af after after after ¬
ter a cannon ball had driven in the thefront thefront thefront
front wall and reduced the kitchen kitchento kitchento kitchento
to ruins A general retreat was wasmade wasmaie wasmade
made to the cellar cellarAnd cellarAnd cellarAnd
And here the two Englishmen sol solemnly solemnly solemnly ¬
emnly arrayed themselves thems es in dress dressclothes dressclothes dressclothes
clothes and sat down to dine in as asmuch asLuch asmuch
much state as possible amid amidLopeless a aLopeless ahopeless
Lopeless jumble of treasured bric bricabrac brieabrat
abrac valuables clocks china c cfor cfor cfor
for not a scrap of the usual ceremony ceremonyand ceremonyand ceremonyand
and etiquette was waived despite despitethe
the incongruous surroundings surroundingsTft surroundingsTftBits Tit TitBits
Queen Who Objects to Corsets CorsetsQueen CorsetsQueen CorsetsQueen
Queen Amalia has the most won wonderful wonderful wonderful ¬
derful taste in dress and Paris cos costurners costumers costumers
tumers are never tired of oLnding cotndingher oLndingher oLndingher
her praises At the same sa a time her herMajesty herMajesty herMajesty
Majesty believes it quite an easy easymatter easymatter easymatter
matter for a woman to have a per perfect perfect perfeet ¬
fect fitting gown without the aid of ofcorsets atcorsets ofcorsets
corsets corsetsWhen corsetsVhen corsetsWhen
When the Roentgen rays were dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered she nad a tight laced lady ladyphotographed ladyJhotographed ladyphotographed
photographed in order to demon demonstrate demonstrate demonstrate ¬
strate scientifically to the ladies of o1her ofher other
her court the evils of the practice practiceShe practiceShe practiceShe
She is never tired of preaching the thevalue thevalue thevalue
value of outdoor athletic exercises exercisesfor exercisesfor exercisesfor
for women She is a magnificent magnificentswimmer magnificentswimmer magnificentswimmer
swimmer a wonderful rider an anuntiring anuntiring anuntiring
untiring cyclist and a good shot And Andto An Anto Andto
to such pursuits she attributes the thebeautiful thebeautiful thebeautiful
beautiful figure which she possesses possessesTitBits pssessesTitBits possessesTitBits
TitBits TitBitsAustrian TitBitsAustrian TitBitsAustrian
Austrian Icicle Factory FactoryIn
In Austria Ice sticks are manu manufactured manufactured manufactured ¬
factured at a profit A series of ofpoles ofoles ofpoles
poles oles is arranged arran ed so that the water waterwill waterwill waterwill
will fall slowly over each one In the theseries theseries theseries
series Of course the water in the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winter time freezes forming large largeicicles largeicicles largeicicles
icicles When the icicles have at attained attained attained ¬
tained the proper size the employees employeesof
of the Ice plant come around around with withcarts withcarts withcarts
carts break off the great sticks of ofice otIce ofice
ice and haul them away to 9 place placewhere placewhere placewhere
where they are put in storage Of Ofcourse Ofourse Ofcourse
course it is much easier to handle a alarge alarge alarge >
large quantity of ice In this way than thanit thanIt thanit
it Is to cut if from some stream str am and andpack andpack andpack
pack it away There may however howeverbe howeverbe howeverbe
be a difference in quality between betweenstick betweenstick betweenstick
stick ice and lake or river ceThePathfinder ce ceThe ceThePathfinder The ThePathfinder
A Cheeky Will WillR WillR ViI1 ViI1R
R W V Hebberd New Yorks Com Commissioner Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner of Charities showed in a arecent arecent arecent
recent address the effect charity has hason hason hason
on some people peopleAn peopleAn eople eopleAn
An old woman In Utica he said saidhad saidhad saidhad
had received a pkit of milk and a aloaf aloaf aloaf
loaf of bread daily for eight or nine nineyears nineears nineyears
years ears from a rich young matron The Theold Theold Theold
old woman died the other week and andit andIt andit
it was found that she had left a will willIn willIn willIn
In this brief testament she bequeath bequeathed bequeathed ¬
ed her daily bread and milt to her hernephew hernephew hernephew
nephew nephewJews nephewJews nephewJews
Jews and Chess Championship ChampionshipThe
The chess championship has been beenretained beenr6trlned beenretrined
retained in Jewish hands for the thelast thelast thelast
last fortytwo years Steinitz held heldit heldit heldIt
it for twentyeight years till 1894 1894and 189tand 1894and
and Lasker has been champion eversince ever eversince eversince
since Dr Lasker attributes this thispredominance thispredominance thispredominance
predominance of the Jewish genius geniusin
in chess ches to the fact that its rules are areentirely areentirely areentirely
entirely based upon those of selfde selfdefence seltdefence selfdefence ¬
fence in the struggle of life and the theJews theJews theJews
Jews are adepts in this art artUseful artUseful artUseful
Useful Tears TearsTears TearsTears TearsTears
Tears have their use apart from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the crying aspect inasmuch as they theyrefresh theyrefresh theyrefresh
refresh and wash the eyes of ani animals an1mals animals ¬
mals and birds who live exposed expose to tothe tothe tothe
the dust The eye requires to be bekept bekept btikept
kept clear and clean and tears per perform perform perform ¬
form this duty A striking exampleof example exampleof
of this is shown when the eye i ihurt Is Ishurt lahurt
hurt it at once commences to water waterand waterand waterand
and often this natural method of ofcleansing orcleansing ofcleansing
cleansing relieves the pain and re removes removes removes ¬
moves the cause of the discomfort discomfortIn
In 100 crimes 48 8 are the work of ofhabitual ofhabitual ofhabitual
habitual criminals criminalst
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