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WELLMAN MAKES A REMARK REMARKABLE REMARKABLE REMARKABLE ¬
ABLE FLIGHT FLIGHTWalter FLIGHTWaIter FLIGHTWalter
Walter Wellman has made good goodThe goodrhe goodThe
The world must take off its hat to him him2fr himio himco
2fr co > matter what the public may have havethought htnethought havethought
thought of his seemingly feeble efforts effortsto effortsto effortsto
to reach the pole > ole by airship and in inspite inspite inspite
spite of the fact that his journey to toEurope toEurope toEurope
Europe by the northern Atlantic route routewound routewound routewound
wound up in disaster off Cape Hatteras HatterasWellman HatterasVelhnan HatterasWellinan
Wellman must today toda be recognized as asa asa asa
a skilled aviator and a man of un unquestioned unqustioned unquestioned ¬
questioned courage lie has proved provedMmself provedIimseIf provedbimself
Mmself and in the future any aerial aerialfeat nerialfat aerialfeat
feat which lIe undertakes must be beseriously bes beseriously
seriously s riously considered consideredSailing consideredSailing consideredSailing
Sailing a a big dirigible balloon out outover outoyr outover
over the broad Atlantic is a very erJ dif different diffrnt different ¬
ferent thing from sailing the same sort sortof sortof sortof
of craft raft over land We Ye have observed observedin observedin observedin
in balloon races on land that when whenthe wlienthe lIen lIenth
the th aviator has difficulty with his ma machinery mnthinerJ mavlunery ¬
chinery or when the wind turns against againstfilm againsthim againstkim
film kim lie Ie merely glides gracefully to toearth toearth toearth
earth there to make repairs or to wait waitfor waitfor waitfor
for favorable breezes No such privilege privilegewas privilegwas priviIegwas
was enjoyed cnjo ed by b Wellman When he heBailed heflaned he8ailed
Bailed away from Atlantic City lIe heknew lIekntw lieknew
knew that he must stay in ill the air re regardless reo reogardless regardless ¬
gardless of f weather or disabled ma machinery mahinr maehinery ¬
chinery hinr or drop into the ocean oceanand oceanandthe oceanandthe and andthe
the chance cltanccof of being rescued in case of ofaccident ofnlidtnt ofnceident
accident was perilously slight slightIn sIiglttIn slightIn
In spite of these conditions of which whichthey wliich wliichthe whichthey
they the had full knowledge Wellman and andhis andhis andhis
his crew undertook to cross the At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic That That they failed is nothing nothingmore nothingmore nothingmore
more than was expected That they theywere therwere theywere
were rescued is surprising As a per performance perforlnance perforthance ¬
formance in aeronautics their flight flightwas flightwas flightwas
was historic historicWhen historicThen historicVhen
When it is considered that the theAmerica the4America theAmerica
America behaved as a well we as she did didand didand didand
and that the party would wouldliave have made a amuch nmuch ajijucli
much better record if the wind had hadbeen Jlndbetn hadbeen
been more favorable it must bet be ad admitted admi admittI ¬
mitted mi t d that after all the theory that thatthe thattht thatthe
the Atlantic can be crossed in a balloon balloonis
is not so wild as we weluwe have supposed supposedWellmans 6upposedelhlllmg supposedWehlinans
Wellmans elhlllmg flight indicates very strong strongly strongl strongly ¬
ly l that some time some aviator viatorprc aviatorprohaps viatorprclIars pre preliaps
lIars Wollman himself llimBefwill will strike strikegood strikegood strikegood
good weather and a favorable wind iu iuan iunn inan
an attempt to cross the Atlantic ocean oceanand oceanand oceanand
and that the result will be the ac accomplishment nocompJishmcnt accomphishment ¬
complishment of the supposedly im impossible impossible impossibla ¬
possible
HOW CHICAGO REGULATES REGULATESITS REGuLATES REGuLATESITS REGULATESITS
ITS MILK SUPPLY SUPPLYAccording SUPPLYAccording SUPPLYAccording
According to the census bureau bureaufigures bureaufigures bureaufigures
figures for 1910 I IO the population of Chi Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago is 2185283 while that of Wash Washington Washington rash rashington ¬
ington is 331009 331O D The problem of get getting getting gettTng ¬
ting wholesome milk for Clucago Clucagotherefore Clucagotherefore Clucagotherefore
therefore must by h lgIabout about abQut six ix times as asserious asserious asserious
serious nstbe as the problem of getting gettingwholesome gettinghoJcsome gettingwholesome
wholesome milk for Washington WashingtonThe
The producers who supply the milk
for this city ci and the retailers who whodeliver whodelier whodeliver
deliver it it to consumers say that the theregulations theregulations theregulations
regulations of the District Health De Department Department Dcpartinent ¬
partment have already alre y caused a short shortage shortage shortago ¬
age age of milk They declare further furtherthat furtherthat furtherthat
that if utile the department insists on forc forcing forcing foreing ¬
ing producers pducers to free f cc their herds of oftuberculous ofI oftuberculous
I tuberculous stock the regulations will willhave willcaused willhave
have caused a famine famineIt famineIt lamilleIt
It is reasonable to presume that thatmilk thatmilk thatmilk
milk regulations which have been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found practical for ior Chicago chicago would be bepractical DCpractical bepractical
practical for Washington Let us con consider consider consider
sider then the regulations of the theWindy theYindy theWindy
Windy Windy City C ty and see whether we can canfrom canfrom canfrom
from them obtain any inforpmtion informationthat inforpmtionthat inforpmtionthat
that will assist us in solving sohin our own ownsimilar ownsimilar ownsimilar
similar problem problemThe problemThe problemThe
The foundation of the regulation r of ofChicagos ofChicagos ofChicagos
Chicagos milk supply is an ordinance ordinancepassed ordinancepasscd ordinancepassed
passed by the city council July 13 13mos
1908 Its principal provision IS is as fol follows follows follows ¬
lows
No milk cream creams buttermilk or Ice Icecream l Icecream o ocrean
cream shall be sold offered for sale saleexposed saleexposod saleexposed
exposed for sale or kept with the theIntention theIntontlon theIntention
Intention of selling within the city cityof cUror cityoe
of Chicago after January 1 1909 un unless unless unless ¬
less such milk or cream or the milk milkor milkor milkor
or cream contained In buttermilk and andIce andIce andIce
Ice cream be obtained from cows that thathave thathave thatIlave
have given a satisfactory negative negativetuberculin neathotuberculin negativetuberculin
tuberculin test within one year yearprovided yearprovided yeara
a provided providedh however that from fromJanuary fromJanuary fromJanuary
January 1 1909 for a period of five fiveyears fiveyears o oears
years ears to wit until January 1 1914 1014milk 1914milk 1914milk
milk or cream or buttermilk and Ice Icecream Icecroam Icecream
cream made from milk or cream creamobtained crtamobtained creamobtained
obtained from cows not tuberculin tuberculintested tuberculintested tuberculintested
tested or not free from tuberculosis tuberculosismay tuborculoslsmay tuberculosismay
may be sold within the city of Chi Chicago Chicago Ciiicago ¬
cago if the milk or cream from said saidcows saidcows saidcows
cows is pasteurized according to the therules therules therules
rules and regulations of the fepart fepartment dopart dopartment lepartmeat
ment of health of the city of Chicago ChicagoExactly ChIcagoExactly ChicagoExactly
Exactly the th same provisions prois ons for the thesale thesale thesale
sale of butter and domestic cheese arc arclaid aroJaid arelaid
laid down in another section sectionIn sectionIn sectionIn
In other words Chicago began on onJanuary onJnnua onJanuary
January Jnnua 1 1000 to establish the tuber tuberculin tuberculin tubercuhin ¬
culin test as a regulaticnfor rcgulatkn 1 for those thosewho thosewho thoseWilo
who sold not only milk but dairy dairyproducts dair dairproducts dairy dairyproducts
products of all kind in the city Chi Chicago Chicago Cliicage ¬
cago is giving the farmers five rears jcarsin yearsin rearsin
in which to get rid of their tuberculous tuberculousstock therculousstock tberculousstock
stock stockIn stockIn stockIn
In the meantime it demands pas pasteurization pasteurization pasteurization ¬
teurization as an emergency protec protection protection protection ¬
tion
Since January 1 1009 retail dealers dealershave doolcrshave dealershave
have had the choice of selling milk milkand milkand milkantI
and milk products PmdUc from tuberculin tuberculintested tuberculintested tuberculina tuberculinatested
tested herds or milk and milk products productsthat productsthat productsthat
that had Iad been subjected to pasteuriza pasteurization pasteurization pasteurization ¬
tion No other milk or milk products productscould productscould productscould
could be sold After January 1 1914 1914all 1914all 1914all
all milk sold and all milk contained containedin
in ice cream buttermilk butter but cr and andcheese andcheese midcheese
cheese must come from herds which whichhave wbichhave whichhave
have been b n found by the use of the thetuberculin thetuberculin thetuberculin
tuberculin test to be free from tuber tuberculosis tuberculosis tuberculosis ¬
culosis Furthermore the temporary temporarypasteurizing temporarypasteurizing temporarypasteurizing
pasteurizing must be done as the thehealth thebealth thehealth
health department directs Here we wehave wehave wehave
have no regulation concerning conc rning pasteur pasteurization pasteurization pasteurization ¬
ization izationThe izationThe izationThe
The price of milk delivered to house householders householders householders ¬
holders in in Chicago is 8 cents a quart quartThe quartThe quartThe
The priccjiere pric Jlere is 9 cents a quart and andproducers andproducers andproducers
producers and retailers claim this is isnot isnot isnot
not high enough to give thorn a fair fairprofit fairprofit fairprofit
profit profitAt profitAt profitAt
At the hearings before the District DistrictCommissioners DistrictC DistrictCommissioners
Commissioners C mjssioners and the Chamber of ofCommerce ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce committee tIle Chicago regu regulations regulations regulations ¬
lations may well be seriously se ousl con considered considered considered ¬
sidered If it is found desirable to toput toput toput
put the tuberculin test requirement requirementinto
into operation gradually we should shouldprofit shouJdprofit shouldprofit
profit by b the experience of Chicago and andmake andI andmake andmake
make provision for temporary protec protection protection protection ¬
I
tion through pasteurization We Ve might mightalso migltti mightalso
i also find it advisable to ask Congress Congressto
I to throw about all dairy products the theregulations tbeI theregulations
I regulations which we are just now con considering considering considering ¬
sidering only for milk milkDISTRICT milkDISTRICT milkDISTRICT
DISTRICT DISTRICT REVENUES REVENUES AND ANp AP APPROPRIATIONS APPROPRIA APPROPRIATIONS ¬
PROPRIATIONS PROPRIATIONSWhile PROPRIA PROPRIATIONSWhile TIONS TIONSWhile
While we C are prone to complain of ofincreased ofincreased
increased assessments and their twin twinevil twinevil twinevil
evil bigger taxes when hcn it is our own ownpocket ownpocket ownpocket
pocket that has been touched as a acommunity acommunitr acommunity
community we always congratulate
ourselves ourtelvcs over the growth of our as assessed assessed i iscsscd
sessed valuation and the promise of ofgreater oigreater ofgreater
greater revenues to be used for the thepublic tIlepublic thepublic
public good Today we of Washing Washington Washingtea Vnshington ¬
ton may shake hands with ourselves ourselveswe oursocsj oursocsjwe
we have cause to be happy happyThe happyThe lnppy lnppyThe
The revenues of the District for f r the thefiscal thefiscal thefiscal
fiscal year 19111912 will be about
0600000 That means we will have haveavailable Jlaeavailable haveavailable
available for public works and for formaintenance form formaintenance
maintenance m = intcnance of the District govern government government government ¬
ment about 13200000 for the Federal FederalGovernment FederalGovernment FederalGovernment
Government lays Iflr a dollar beside every everydollar everydoBar everydollar
dollar that we raise amonrr ourselves
by b taxation taxationThe taxdionThe taxationTile
The District Commissioners how however itowever howover ¬
ever dont propose propo e to spend all of that thatmoney thatmonej thatmoney
money They T11C have just completed completedtheir completedtheir completedtheir
their estimates of the appropriations appropriationsneeded appropriationsneeded appropriationsneeded
needed for 19111912 and have con concluded conc1udcd coneluded ¬
eluded that thata a little more tharu12000 tharu12000i
i 000 will suffice suffice Presumably the other othermillion othermillion othermillion
million will be used usc to pay part of the thefloating thefloating thefloating
floating debt of the District incurred incurredWhen incurredhen incurrednhen
When hen Congress Congrcssadanccd Congrc advanced us usinoney money out
of the Federal Treasury for fo permanent permanentimprovements permanentimprovomen permanentimprovements
improvements improvementsIt ts tsIt
It is unfortunate that the Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commisioncrs ¬
sioners find it necessary necossaryat at this time timeto timeto timeto
to make a payment on this this debt at the theexpense theexpense theexpense
expense of badly badl needed permanent im improvements improvements improvemonts ¬
provements and of more liberal ap appropriations nppropriations appropriations ¬
propriations for established District Districtwork Districtwork Districtwork
work such as that of the schools schoolsPolice s schoolsPollee < hools hoolsPolice
Police and Fire Departments and andHealth andr andHealth r
Health Department The Judson finan financial financial financia ¬
cial cia plan which it is hoped Congress Congresswill Congresswill Congresswill
will approve at this session prdvidea prdvideathat prdvideathat prOvidesthat
that this floating debt shall be carried carriedover carriedover carriedover
over until the Districts bonded debt debtis debtis debtis
is paid If this plan is adopted the thefloating thefloating thefloating
floating debt will not be a handicap handicapafter llandicapafter handicapafter
after next year and larger appropria appropriations appropriations appropriations ¬
tions may ma ha expected expectedIn c ceted cetedIn
In the meantime however we will willhave willhave Willhave
have to abide by b the demand of Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress expressed in tho tl tii act which calls callsfor callsfor callsfor
for the payment pa mont of the floating debt debtwithin debtwithin debtwithin
within four years Well have to cut cutour cutour cutour
our coat according to our cloth clothThe e10thT clothThe
The T e Commissioners estimates are areabout areabout areabout
about 1500000 li > OOOOO more tIn the esti estimates estimates estimates ¬
mates of needed appropriations for the thecurrent thecurrent thecurrent
current year e r As revenues are re increas increasing incrCdSing increasing ¬
ing rapidly there is no reason to doubt doubtthat doubtthat doubtthat
that appropriations will increase in inproportion inproportion inproportion
proportion With ith or without the thefinancial thefinancial thefinancial
financial plan proposed by Commis Commissioner Cornmissionur Coininissionur ¬ I
sionur Judson it must be plain pin in that thatwithin thatwithin thatWitllifl I I
within a vory fow years y rs the District Districtwill Districtwill Districtwill
will have made rapid progress in ob obtaining obtaining ohtaming ¬
taining needed permanent improve improvements improvements improvemeats ¬
ments and at the same time will have haveextended haveextemlod haveextended
extended the work of its various de departments departmonts departnients ¬
partments offices of res and SIN divisions well wellalong wonalong wellalong
along toward the maximum of effici efficiency eflciI efSciency ¬
I encyA ency encyA
I
A GREAT EVENT IN THE THEWORLD THEVORLD THEWORLD
WORLD OF SPORT SPORTTo SPORTTo SPORTTo
To many man thousands of people old oldmiddleaged oMmiddleaged oldmiddleaged
middleaged and young ouog the most in interesting interesting interesting ¬
teresting event of this t is busy autumn autumnnot autumnnot autumnnot
not excepting Wellmans ambitious at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to fly across the ocean is the theseries thoseries theseries
series for the championship of the thebaseball thebasebU thebaseball
baseball world In every evc city in every everytown everytown everytown
town in every JtaaJet there t ere ie 1 eager eagerness eagerness er erI ¬
I ness to learn oarn the score scoreBasel 1C0reBaselaU scOreBaselall
BaselaU Basel all is still par excellence the thenational thenational I Inational
national game ame Barring an occasional oee Moul i
diversion div rsion from the path of honesty honestyit
it is played fairly fairlyuid Jilwl and squarely In no DOother noother I I Iother
other sport is there tJ ore less CSii yielding to totemptation tetemptation totemptation
temptation and lose suspicion of ofcrooked ofcrooked I Icrooked
crooked work At every contest there thereare t1terearc thereare
are hundreds of sharp eyes which w whi i t watch watchevery watcltcery watchevery
every play and am hundreds of fans fanswho faDSwho fanswho
who know exactly what a player can canand canand canand
and what ho heougnt ought to do They cant cantbe cantbe cantbe
be fooled long and the managers JIWUMl M8 and andplayers andplayers andplayers
players know that unless the bestefforts bestefforts best bestefforts
efforts are forthcoming the box office officewill off ofieewill e ewili
will will be shy shyThose sliyThose shyThese
Those are some of the reasons that thathave thathave thathave
have made baseball so universally universallypopular uahorsaJlypopular universally universallypopular
popular and which bid fair to foster fosterits foterits fosterits
its hold on popular favor indefinitely indefinitelyThe indeftnitelyThe indeAnitolyThe
The series between bctw6enPhiJatlolpltia Philadelphia and andChicago andChicago andChhmgo
Chicago represent to the follower of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sport the last word in science skill skilland skilland skilland
and experience epe ence in his favorite game gameIt gameIt gameIt
It Is to be hoped the Democrats Democratswont Domocrntswont Democratswon
won wont t feel discouraged dlacour e4 over the fact factthat betthat tactthat
that Wellmans donkey engine failed to todo todo todo
do the business businessPorhaps bustne businessPerhaps s si
i Perhaps P rhaps It Is 1 J jv jnat st t as well the America Americadidnt Americadidnt AmericaB41nt
didnt get there as we e can now give giveour giveour giveour
our undivided attention to the worlds worldsseries worWsseries worldsseries
series seriesApparently seriesApparentl seriesApparently
Apparently Mr Wellman and his cat catand catand catand
and crew paid up lP their dues due In the thecom thecom thecom
com back club before sailing sailingIn sailingIn sailingIn
In spite of the jeUnas lams of o the Census CensusBuroali CenRUSBurea CenseisBureau
Bureau Burea to the contrary contrar the center of ofpopulation ofpopulation ofpopulationIs
population populationIs la now in Chicago ChicagoThe ChicagoThe ChicagoThe
The great American lottery continues continuesto
to thrive at Reno despite the antlTgam antlTgambling anUljambUng anUgamhung
bUng laws lawsThe IIL1LThe lawsThe
The cyclone c clone appears to have raised raisedeverything ral80deverything raisedeverything
everything In Havana HlLvanabarbor harbor grr but bu the theMaine thelalne theMaine
Maine MaineOnce MaineOnce lalne lalneOnCe
Once more we find Dd the fatal sev seventh seventh soyonth ¬
enth true to tradition traditionIt
It seems that the equilibrator didnt didntequilib didntequUib didntequilib
equilib worth a n cent centWhats centWhats centihats
ihats Whats on the Program m mWashington in J JWashingf
Washingf Washington 1
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National ational Pa P k General Secretary W WK WK WK
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Board of Education meets today at atFranklin atFranklin atFranklin
Franklin School 4 ocIock oclockMeeting ocIockleetIng ocIockMeeting
Meeting of Gaelic Society Soclet New Willard WlHardHotel WillardHotel WillardHotel
Hotel tonight tonightDistrict ton1htDistrict i iDistrict
District of Columbia oIumb4a Library Associa Association A Associatlon > > socia sociatlon ¬
tlon meets tonight tonl < ht in Childrens Room BoomPublic RoomPubUc RoomPublic
Public Library LibraryBrlghtwood LlbrftZ7BrIghtWOOd I
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FAVORED FAVOREDBYEXPERT FAVOREDBYEXPERTBelieves BY EXPERT EXPERTBelieves
Believes Compulsory Testing Testingof
of Cattle Necessary for forProper forProper forProper
Proper Protection ProtectionCONDITION ProtectionCONDITION ProtectionCONDITION
CONDITION UNKNOWN UNKNOWNTO
TO MOST CONSUMERS CONSUMERSE
E W Vilson Recalls Experience Experienceto
to Explain Real State of ofAffairs ofAffairs ofAffairs
Affairs AffairsTo
To the B B4lltoc tor or Th The Washington Times TimesThis TImesThis TimesThis
This communication Is written from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the point of view of one who is taking takinga
a great deal of o interest in the Impend Impending Impendlo impendIng ¬
ing lo meeting of dairymen to fight sht the thecompulsory thecompulsory thecompulsory
compulsory tuberculin testing of cattjo cattjoIt cattleIt cattjoit
It would be a good thing in general generalfor generaltor generaltoc
for those dairy farmers and milk con consumers conumOlS consumors ¬
sumers who do not know much about aboutthis aboutthIs aboutthis
this most interesting Inte Ung matter of bovine bovinetuberculosis boJnetuberculosis bovinetuberculosis
tuberculosis to give the matter a little littleeo1MddeItion littieconsideration j jconsideration
consideration and see if after all com compulsory compulllory coinp4dcory ¬
pulsory testing would not be better for foreveryone torveryone foreveryone
everyone and especially for the dairy dairyfarmer dairyfarmer dairyfarmer
farmer himself because until we do dohave doI dohave
have compulsory testing te ting farmers will willnever wl11I willnever
never have cows free from tuberculosis tuberculosisIt
It might be interesting Interc tlrfg to those un unacquainted uni unacquainted ¬
i acquainted with the real benefits bcnc b > which whichwould whichwould whIchwould
would be derived from compulsory test testing te testlag t tIng ¬
ing to read a few facts concerning this thismatter thlamatter thismatter
matter of tuberculosis in cows Some Sometime Sometime Sometime
time ago I was manager of a large farm farmRear farmnear i inear
near Rear New York city We kept a herd herdof herdthe herdof
of the finest fine t cows within a radius of offifteen orflfteon ofhfteon
fifteen miles One day while Inspect Inspecting InspectliD inspecttag ¬
liD tag the cows and their surroundings I Iheard Iheard Iheard
heard a cow cough I glanced at her herand herand herand
and thought that probably some of her herfood herrood herfood
food had irritated her ler throat The next nextday nextday nextday
day I heard h ard that same cow cough again againI aKlnI
I went up to her he and put my ear to her herside herside herside
side when I detected det ted a faint rasping raspingsound raspintsound raspingsound
sound In the breathing through her left leftlung leCtIUBg leftlung
lung I called in our veterinarian and andhad andbad andhad
had him test the entire herd herdCow IlerdCw lienLC3w
Cow Gets Worse WorseI
I bad not mentioned my suspicions of ofthis orthis ofthis
this cow CO The roslt of the test was wasthis waJthis wasthis
this cow reacted her h r temperature ran ranfrom Infrom ranfrom
from KH2 W degree before erore testing te tlnl up to toIW4
IW4 degrees deree after casting sUnS She was con condemned ccndemned condeinaed ¬
demned I had to ihlp ip her up to Al Albany Aly Albany ¬
bany y She was acrln fin tested by an emi eminent eminent cmineat ¬
nent authority autborlt Dr Bachus and was wasagain wagapla wasagain
again condemned She was S slaugh slaughtered slaughtered slaughtered ¬
tered and on examination Iwas nvas vas found foundto roundto foundto
to be utterly utterl rotten rotteni
i saw that cow CO coi during examination
and 1C the enemies of compulsory test teet1ns t test1mg H Hlog
log had seen her b r they would ou141 clamor for forthe forthe forthe
the law a tomorrow tomorrowTi tomorroTMt tomorrOWThat
Ti That at cows cows Intestines were covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
ems clustered c1mltend emstered ¬
with a mass ma UUI8 or 0 little carbuncles
tered like benches of grapes while hUe her hermttk hermilk hermilk
milk veins were ere seething with the pros presence prossees lQ8 lQ8e ¬
sees e ee of viru Yirunt nt tubercle bacilli bacilliOut bacilliOut bacilliOut
Out of a herd of seventyfive entftve cows cowswhich coWSwhleh cowSwhich
which were ere slaughtered at Albany this thisWHS thiss thiswas
was s the healthiest lookln looking animal of the thelot theJot thelot
lot She weighed w hed when killed 9S 054 pounds poundsduced poundsShe poundsShe
She always ate her food well and pro produc841 produced
duced thlrtydx thlr 1x pounds of milk daily dailywith dailyjofth dailywith
with a butter fat fa test of 42 42TJse 42Use 42Use
Use of BQlk BQlkNow Y licilkNOW i1k i1kNoW
Now for the results re ults of using the milk milkfrom milkfrom milkfrom
from this cow The Th owner of the farm farmwas farmwas farmwas
was supplied with milk for his house household housebold ¬
hold from four cows giving milk with witha
a a butter fat test of 5i 50 to 6 Anything Anythingtesting An Anythingtesting thinG thinGte
testing te tmg below 5 was fed to our hogs hogsconsequently hoSSconMquenUy hogsconsequently
consequently this cows milk was fed fedto fedto fedto
to the young you pigs After the result of ofthe ofthe I
the tuberculin test I killed one of the thehogs thebogs thehogs
hogs and found that it was badly bad Infect Infected Inrecteel infected ¬
ed with ofth tuberculosis I killed the re remaining remhdng ¬
maining six fx and found they were all a111n a111nfEoCteel in infected Infecte ¬
fected fecte thiugl thougl1nGt not quite so badly as the theI theftrat thelirat
ftrat ftratI
I got ot a A hole dug dUt large enough and then thenburied thenburled thenburied
buried every one of o them Local butch butchers butchers butchers ¬
ers offered me S cents per pound p < uDd They Theywould Theywould Theywould
would have cut off the diseased dlf8S parts partsand partsand partsand
and sold old the remainder 5 I first class classoorJc classpurk classpork
oorJc oorJcI pork purkI
I at one time was employed by a Vir VlrKlnn Virginlan Virginian ¬
ginian farmer who killed me ne of his hishogs blsbop hishogs
hogs buried one half hILl of it i in the manure manurepile manurepile manurepile
pile and nd sent the other half Jial to market marketHe marketBe marketHe
He IB 1 one of the dairymen who Is Isagainst IsInst Isagainst
against Inst compulsory testing of cows cowsHandling cowsHandling cowsHandling
Handling Milk MilkThose MilkThose MilkThose
Those dairymen who condemn exam examination examInation examInatlon ¬
ination are the men who ho draw milk milkfrom milkfrom milkfrom
from a cows diseased udder on to the thoground thtground theground
ground because of Its being b ln too thick thickto thickto thickto
to go through the strainer but when whenthat whentlttlt whenthat
that milk becrmes beer mes a e little thinner then thenit tbenIt thenIt
it goes into the milk pall half hal goes in inIhe Inlhe inIhe
Ihe milk pall and half on the ground groundThis StoundThis groundThis
This diseased dl eaPd udder is caused by inflam inflammation In Infiammatlon am ammatlon ¬
matlon of thn udder which promotes a adisease aoJiseue adisease
disease called mammitis or garget gen generally genraUy gunemily ¬
emily caused by b overfeeding or careless carelessmilking cnreleSsmllkinl carelemmilking
milking such as leaving too much milk milkin milkIn milkIn
in one quarter but when a cow does doesbecome doesbecome doesbecome
become affected the poor consumer gets getstho sctstho getsthe
tho benefit and probably passes a re remark remark remark ¬
mark that the milk looks rich richyhat richat richWhat
What at does the Health Commission Commissionknow Commissionknow Commissionknow
know of this dairying alrylnJ business Whatdoes Whatdocs What Whatdoes
does the executive ex ° cuUve committee of the Pro Producers Producfrs Producers ¬
ducers Association know about It ItHow ItHow itHow
How many of them who are milk pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers have stood In their cowbarss at atS30 I
S30 and 4 4 a iL m and watched the at attempts attempts attempts ¬
tempts at cleanliness on the part of the themilkers themilkers themilkers
milkers squirting tobacco Juice julc every everywhere 6erywhere everywhere ¬
where and anywhere in order that they theymake theymRkf theymake
make keep awake awakeTuberculosis awakeTubercuJosis awakeTuberculosis
Tuberculosis cattle are not the onlv onlvcontaminating onlycontaminaUng
contaminating influence in uence on the dairy dairyno dairy dai daifarm
farm There are 181 other evils which whichno whi whino
no commission can or ever will
stop to The only men who can remedy r med medthose
those evils are the farmer and the em1 em1ployer em emplo employer
ployer plo cr and the producer or lr in a more morecondensed morecondensed morecondensed
condensed form The Honest Farmer FarmerE
E W WILSON WILSONNOT WILSONNOT WILSONNOT
NOT ON THE MENU MENUA MiU MiUA
A boy was one day telling his com companions compankms companions ¬
panions about a out a great dinner at which whichhe whichhe whichlie
he was present He told them about aboutthe aboutthe abouttho
the lovely things he had to eat eatAnd eatAnd eatAnd
And I suppose ye had napkins said saida
a bystander bystanderWe bJstnnderVe bystanderWe
We Ve had of course he answered answeredthe answeredthe answeredthe
the finest you ever tasted tastcdTitBits tastcdTitBitsConcert tastedTitBithConcert TitBits TitBitsConcert
Concert Today TodayBy I IBy
By the u S Engineer Band at II
Potomac Park at 430 p pJULIUS m mJULIUS mJULIUS
JULIUS KAMPER Chief Musician MusicianPROGRAM MusicianPROGPAM MusicianPROGRAM
PROGRAM PROGRAMMarch PROGPAMIarch PROGRAMMarch
March American Spirit SplritBugUone SplritBugUoneOertun Bugllone BuglloneOverture BuglioneOverture
Overture Xabucodonosor Xabucodonosor Verdi VerdiSerenade VerdiSerenade VeedjSerenade
Serenade EgrypUenne Amlna
LInke LInkeSelection LinkeSelection LinkeSelection
Selection Faust FaustGounod FaustGounodWaltz Gounod GounodWaltz GounodWaltz
Waltz Wiener Blut Strauss StraussExcerpts Strau StraussExcerpts s sExcerpts
Excerpts from the comic opera operaThe operaTho operaThe
The Dollar Dollar Princess PrlncessFaJl PrlncessFaJlMedley PrincessFailMedley Fall FallMedley
Medley overture The Sunny SunnySouth SunnTSouth SunnySouth
South A JL Lampe LampeTheStarSpangled xmpe xmpeThe mpeTh
The Th TheStarSpangled StarSpangled t u p ngedB Banner n3r
Andrew and Imogene I
OU may say what you please said Imogene but this milk sit situatlon situation sitnation
Y nation is getting to be something awful awfulThe awfulThe awfulThe
The dairy men the farmers tarmersand and the veterinarians are arebickering areblckelng arebickering
bickering and fighting and meanwhile the poor babies all allover over the city
from Anacostia to Georgetown are aredying aredying aredying
dying for milk The guilty ones onesthese of ofthese > f fthese
these three parties should be yanke yankeaup yankeup < l lup
up before beforethe the courts and fined finedOmnla llnedOmnia
4 Omnla Gallia in tres partos di divlsa divIsa dlvisa
vIsa est es says my friend Caesar Caesarwhich CaesarwhIch caesarwhich
which being translated into rag time timemeans timem timemeans
means m ans a e man has a lot of gall to todivide todivide todivide
divide the world into three parties partiesIt
It was Andrew who spoke spokeDont s spokeDont > oke okeDont
Dont you let this milk business
worry you We Te are living in a 3 rapid age We are also living In the tin tincan tincan tincan
can age If you could trace this dastardly outrage to its source you youwould youwould youwould
would find the Tin Plate trust is back of it It Some fellow tell ow in authority in inthe inthe Inthe
the health office owns some shares in it itWhy itWhy it itWhy >
Why how h 19w W in the world do you make that out ouU Inquired Imogene ImogeneIts ImogeneIts ImogoneIts
Its easy eas You dont make allowance for the progress we are mak making making maktag ¬
ing When you and I were boys and girls we were not advanced like we weare weare weare
are now When a cow got to bellowing and mid trying to hook down the cow cowshed cowshed cowshed
shed at night we took a gimlet and bored a hole in her horn and after afterpouring afterpouring afterpouring
pouring in some turpentine we went to bed knowing we had cured her herbecause herbecause herbecause
because we didnt know cows ever had any disease except hollow horn hornAll hornAll hornAll
All the time we were mistaken and anddldnt didnt know ow it It was the tuburcu tuburculosls tuburculosls tuburculosis
losls bacillus nibbling on her liver What was the result of our igno ignorance ignorance ignorance ¬
rance The babies who were fed on that milk grew up to be weak puny punylittle punylittle punylittle
little men like Percy Hickllng Charlie Eckstein and Judge Hough HoughWell HoughWell HoughWell
Well all the same said Imogens we need our children protected protectedand protectedand protectedand
and I am a firm believer in modern science ficlenceSo f scienceSo clencej clencejSo
So am I 1 So am I I like the modern method We dont even have havehorse havehorse havehorse
horse doctors any more Nowadays a gentleman dressed as well we l as Fred FredGatchel FredGatchel FredGatchel
Gatchel Goldie Donaldson or William Wolf Smith comes up to the cow cowlot covlot cowlot
lot and raps on the gate and when he gets in he goes over to a perfect perfectly p perfectly rfect rfectly ¬
ly healthy looking cow and presents her his card She reads Dr Ash Ashworth Ashworth Ashworth
worth Turner Young E BL M F R IL G and she knows she is up against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the tuberculin test He gives her about a quart of some dope that gets getsher getsher getsher
her all het up and then pokes a clinical thermometer into her mouth and andlistens andlistens andlistens
listens with a stethoscope to see if 1 she has swallowed her cud After Aftertwenty Aftertwenty Aftertwenty
twenty minutes of this his treatment i she has not switched her taU she s e has hasno hasno hasno
no tuberculosis and tlley hey tag her so Einstein the dogcatcher wont get gather gether gother ¬
her
But they the always switch their tails dont they All cows do doSure doSure doSure
Sure Thats the answer Then the distinguished scientist tolls the thefarmer thefarmer thefarmer
farmer that the cow must be killed or her tonsils taken out or r some someadenoids someadenoids someadenoids
adenoids removed or something somethlnp somethIi like that and the fanner looks at him himwith himwith himwith
with that You are a liar look that Judge Wright hands to a business businessman businessman businessman
man trying to get off ot of a jury but he kills his cows and goes out of the thedairy thedairy thedairy
dairy business He has to choose between killing the cows or the health healthdepartment hetllthdepartment healthdepartment
department and the open season for shooting horse doctors in the dis district district dietrict ¬
trict is not any longer than it is for shooting reed birds and so there is isa isa Isa
a fresh supply all the time and he gets discouraged discouraged asd nd kill his cows cowsBut cowsBut cowsBut
But where does the Tin Plate trust come in inBe inBe InBe
Be patient Imogene I am coming to that When the farmer farm kills
the cow he sells her to the soup man and he adds a carboy c hot water waterand waterand waterand
and boils her up into oxtail soup to be sold for 10 cents a can thereby therebyenabling there therebyenabling j jenabling
enabling the Tin Plate trust to sell its products and furnishing employ eraploymeat 6mployJiJ1t employraihlt
meat for a lot of mercerized poets in writing writln sonnets for street car carcards carcaT carcards
cards caT ds Next thing on the program is for the Tin Plate trust to capitalize capitalizea
a I1 taby food concern and they buy a car of white lead nine barrels of ofvaseline o ovasellne ofvaseline
vaseline and add some water and evaporate it and sell the resultant resultantsticky resdtantsticky resultantsticky
sticky mess for condensed cond ° nsed cream and thereby sell still more caas to 0 put putIt putit putit
It up In InIs inIs InIs
Is there no way to escape this thing thingOnly thingOnJ thingOnJ
Only OnJ one that I know of oL We will have to influence inllu nce Congress to togive togive togive
give Maj Dick Sylvester that appropriation he wants so every other ther man manIn Dl8Ilin manin
In Washington can be hired hi d as a policeman and then we can station stationone s stationone tlon tlonone
one at each road which comes into the District and club to death every everytuberculosis everytuberculosis everytuberculosis
tuberculosis bacillus that tries to come into the town townBut townBut townBut
But said Imogene is there no way to kill these things in the t e mflk mflkYes mI1 mI1Yes inIhYes
Yes indeedy We can make all the milk that comes into oar ar fair faircity faircity faircity
city into milk punches and let the rum devil work on the tuberculosis tuberculosisdevil tutJercuJosisdevil tuberculosisdevil
devil but that would only shift the trouble from the Health Department Departmentto
to the Excise Board and the newspapers would have to have half tone tonecuts tonecuts tonecuts
cuts made of Alexander McKInzie and his accomplices to use on the front frontpage frontpage frontpage
page where Dr Wcndward Wc dward has ha been for so long longHow longHow longHow
How can you ou tell 11 when they are In the milk inquired Insogane InsoganeAndrew ImogeneAndrew ImogoneAndrew
Andrew smiled You cant Thats the joke Dr Anderson has in injected injected injected ¬
jected over 900 different samples of milk into to the back of the neck of as asmany asmany asmany
many guinea pigs and 11 per cent or the guinea pigs have died From Fromthat Fromthat Fromthat
that any scientific guy can deduce that 17 per cent of the babies die as asresult a aresult aresult
result of infected intec d milk although a baby is not a guinea pig and they theydont t theydont ey eydont
dont inject its milk into the back of its neck neckWell neckWen neckWell
Well signed Imogene It seems a mighty poor way to kill guinea guineapigs guineapigs guineapigs
pigs Why my little brother rother killed eleven out of oftwe1ve twelve this summer by byjust byjust byjust
just forgetting them in the back yard ard while he went to Colonial Beach Beachfor BeachfoT Beachfor
for a week w ek I dont believe these scientific people have all the brains brainsthere brainsthere brainsthere
there is
IsThe
The Business Doctorl Doctor DoctorBy
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By Roe Fulkerson
4 tf lDONr < rsONT ONrbearrakl ONrbearraklto be afraid afraidto arnldto
to spend spendyour spendyour spendyour
your money In tel telegrams telegrams telegrams ¬
egrams and Ions Ionsdistance loIlSd longdistance
distance d 1st n n C 0 phone phonek phonemessages phonemessages
messages c a u utioned utioned utioned
k tioned the Business BusinessDoctor BusineSsDoctor I IDoc
Doctor Doc tor Thesethings These Thesethings
things will get to toa toa toa
he hecannot hecannot
man when
a I Icannot
cannot be seen by byany bynn b bany
any nn living human humanThe humanThe humanThe
The tinkle of the thephone thephone thephone
phone will stop a aman aman aman
man In the middle middleof middleot middleof
of a column of I
figures and you you can canget cansct canget
get Into an office officeon officeon officeOn
wire when whenthe whenhe whenthe
on on a long distance telephone
could not en entor ent1r entir
the he most expert burglar
tor with a 8 Jimmy and a can of o nitro nltroglyceiin nitrosicerln nitroglycerin
Is Isnever Isnever Isnever
glycerin A A telegraph messenger
never turned down and there lives Ies no noman noman noman
man who would pay more instant at attention attention attention ¬
tention to the apparition of his dead deadgrandmother deadgrandmother I
grandmother mndmother than he will give to a aredheaded aredheaded aredheaded
redheaded messenger boy bo with a ciga cigarette clsareUe cigarette ¬
rette In one corner of his face faceTo taceTo faceTo
To every eveI man the tlntinabulatlon of ofthe o othe ofthe
the telephone bell and the sight of the theyellow theyeUow theyellow
yellow envelope of a telegram means meanshaste meanshaste meansbaste
haste They The are the symbol of some something something something ¬
thing that requires immediate attention attentionand attentionand attentionand
and though thou h a man be so situated that thathe thathe thathe
he handles hundreds of them dally he hewill hew111 liewill
will Jump Instantly to the phone or orstop orstop orstop
stop the most important conversation conversationto
to open a a telegram Few business men mentake mentake incatake
take as much advantage of this psy psychological ps pschological psychological ¬
chological fact as they the might In a ahundred ahundred ahundred
hundred instances one of the new nev night nightletters nightletters nightletters
letters wpuld land an order that a let letter 10tter lottin ¬
ter would iiever never tuch t uch Get busy with withthem wIththem withthem
them themNot
Not very long ago there were twelve twelverailroad t tiiverailroadmagnates he heralJroad
railroad railroadmagnates magnates gathered from all
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parts of the country coun In the office of
Pierpont Morgan Iorg for a conference co rerence In Involving Inolvlng involving ¬
volving millions In the midst of this thteconference thisccnterence thisccnference
conference the private phone rang and andMorgan andMorgan andMorgan
Morgan excused himself and went Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the booth where he held a five minutes minutesconversation minutesconversation minutesconversation
conversation He came out smiling and andremarked andremarked andremarked
remarked Gentlemen I was smiling smilingat smlUnlat
at that incident because I have kept kepteleven kepteleven kepteleven
eleven of the busiest men In the world worldwaiting woridwaltlns
waiting while I talked to a a man over overon OV6 OV6on overon
on Long island about a sick mule If Ifthat Ifthat
that fellow had come to the door of ofthis 01this
this office I would have told tol him to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy a new mule or come back next fall falland falland failand
and talk to me about It I have never neverbeen neverbeen newerbeen
been able to sit
and think While my m mtelephone
telephone bell Is ringing ringingWhat ringinghat rIngIngWhat
What hat Is true of Mr Morgan Is true trueof trueor trueof
of every eeI man In the universe and there thereIs thereIs thereis
Is no man who can not recall a a case casewhere caseWhere casewhere
where a most Important conversation conversationhas cone1S8tIonhas conversationhas
has been broken Into by b the Imperative Imperativejingle imperativejingle Imperativejingle
jingle of the desk
phone or the appear appearance appearance appearance ¬
ance of a telegraph messenger messengerWith messengerU messengerWfth
U With th these facts In mind do not prac practice pra praUce ¬
tice economy econom In your telephone and andtelegraph ana anatel antitelegraph
telegraph tel fmlph bills for there are hundreds of oftimes ottimes oftimes
times when nothing will Impress a fact facton facton facton
on a man llfce a telegram They are arebelntr arebeln arebeIng
beIng beln used by b the thousands these days daysThe daysThe dasThe
The sales manager of the biggest bl ct sys system system systhin ¬
tem of chain stores In the country sent sentthe sentI sontthe
the same message to every salesman In Inthe Inthe inthe
I the employ of the company the other otherday othff1ay otherday
day < There were 4m 4 of the messages messagesand messagesand messagesand
and each one read ADid Did you OU say thank thankyou thankou thankyou
you ou to the last st customer you waited waitedonr waitedon
onr on He could not have Impressed his hispoint Idspoint hispoint I
point on those men any better had he hemade hemade
made them a personal visit 1 1l if you youwant YOUWnt youwant I
want a man to Impress a man impress impresshim impressIm impresshim
him Im deeply deepl Impress him qtttekly q lekl and andshow an andshow I Isho
show sho him that you OU are ar Very much In Inearnest Inearnest j jearnest
earnest about anything an thlnJ send him a a wire wireOr wireOr i
Or call him up on the kinsr len distance distancephone thotancepheue dtstaaceph
phone ph ne He will IU give you ou attention attenU nct at atonce atonce j
once
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to Treat Only Three ThreeDiseases ThreeDiseases ThreeDiseases
Diseases DiseasesINTERESTING DiseasesINTERESTING DiseasesINTERESTING
INTERESTING INTERESTING FACTS FACTSTHE FACTSTHE FAdSTHE
THE WORLD OVER OVERMinnesota OVERMinnesota OVERMinnesota
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la New Xe York Y rk tomorrow there wHJ be beopened DeOlted beopened
opened as an adjunct acljla ct to tit Ute Rekef Reeketelkr ReeketelkrlMUtMte RedceeifrrInstitute eHrr eHrrjlMiltttta
jlMiltttta Institute for Medical R Resesz ae Mh the theonly theoDly theOnly
only hospital Jt pttal of Its kind in the wend wendIt wsaldIt wwrtdIt
It will be devoted exclrwtvety to i th UM theand etwv etwvaad CQr CQrand
and study of three dtoeaet dl decsesinfasst1le decsesinfasst1leparalysis ean infantile lataJatileparaJ infantileparalysis
paralysis paraJ pneumonia and heart Ateease AteeaseWhen 411MueWbeA dissaseWhets
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p pat Mit t the medical ectieal fraternity In Inof 1 poIon poIonOf
of o sufficient exact knowledge kDOwle ga to tosuccessfully Iseuceecefully IDOf e esucce
successfully succe lully treat or control eo treI those tfcre tfcrematadfe 1Iarct8 threuealsdIes >
matadfe t8 tb tIN whole arraitgeaMBt of th thhospital thho6p1tl tbhospital
hospital aIM wi be changed ao as to I ebl eablthe eblthe hIp hIpUte
the study udT and cure of o another sat of ofInfantile ofdfeeue ofdiseases
diseases dfeeueIntantlle diseasesInfantile
Infantile paralytic PAraJ po poheart pneamoe JaOIIIIoo amI amIfteart aniheart
heart disease will be take talc takeR a Brat rst be because 1KCtttt b bcause ¬
cause Ctttt e of the dread naeertata naeertataof ests estsof t toC
of Infantile iBtant e paralysis paraIy IIi aDd because 1H > ca > f fthe rUte fthe
the alarming aJanJl ltl Increase in the death tIet rate ratefrom ra ratefrom t tfroM
from the other ot er two diseases dteeaaeeThe diseasesThe teeHeLThe
The whole buildinjc bundl te I germproet ar anti antithe an4the < t tsterilized
the all for each 1 oIated wanl1c g gMacfined to bt btsterJlbed
sterilized before entering emnt the room Tb Thphysicians TbpbyfiddaDs Tbphysicians
physicians selected to make the thestudies th thstudies thetud1ea
studies and Bd give treatmeat will he re required rEqutred reQuked ¬
quired to give lYe up all otiUMe practice practiceand praetkiaDd prce prceand >
and will sot be permitted to he con consulted conI consuited ¬
suited on ailments other than the on ones OOfo1Oft oneson
I Oft which they are to II aitz x onTbe The Tbeadfafeston Tblseniee Theservices
services of the bcMIpitl hos tal wt wilt 1M free an anwul 1 1I
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some marked arked or pozzKagr pbose e o odfeease at the thOc thedisease
disease c ease study stud of which whtc aright throw thrownew UtrrJwne ibrwnew
new ne light on the subjectThe subject subjectTbe wject wjectTI1e
The Register of Copyright Copyrtf Cs has ruled ruledthat rale raletMt ruledthat
that a city cannot copyright its itaFrom aa aaFrom aac aacFrom
From Sargasso Sea SeaThe SeaThe SeaThe
The tramp steamer Mamaduke Mamadukelimped Marws4ukelimped latJll uke ukeUmpe
limped into Norfolk yesterday withher withher with withher
her shaft sprung sprun through the t pro propeller propeller propoller ¬
peller fouling in an Immense lIIuDea e xaase of ofdebris otde1tds ofdebris
debris and seaweed ceawee supposed to have havebeen Kye1teen havebeen
been an island i 1JId torn loose l00 e from r that thatstrange thatstraBge thatstrange
strange obstruction in saMoeean saMoeeanknown aWoeeankftOWJ1 midoceanknown
known as the Sargasso sea seaBut MLBut seaBut
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this BMJM of f seaweed and D4l tile debris debriswhich debrisklch debriswhich
which klch has become e entangled tat It Itthan Itth8n itthen
than whoa Columbus first gave the thestory theJltery thestory
story of If existence exl teaee to the world worldmore worldmore worldmore
more than 4t 4 years ago It extends extendsfrom exteadsrona extendsfrom
from rona the Azores to the Antilles but butis butIs butIs
is coursed ceur ed by navigable law JaeS In Inwhich Inwalch Inwhich
which the growth of seaweed weecl Is not notstrong Dotstrong notstrong
strong enough to impede navigation navigationThis JlTipttonTJde navigationThIs
This seaweed Is of a greenish gr eaish olivo olivocolor olivoeolor olivecolor
color varying with aye e to yellow yello and andeven andeven andeves
even white On the surface sarace It pre presents preMats proseats ¬
Mats a desolate Ufelesc Uele l stfeno ae but butunderneath 1M1tD8 butasderneatk
underneath D8 l the most Interesting aen tiBt ash ashcrustaceans AshcntStaeeDS eb ebcrustaceans
crustaceans and mollusks to the theworld theworhl theworld
world abound MUn there being 1H sixty or orseventy orvaty orseveaty
seventy vaty species some O of o which w lek can cannot ¬ J JDOt Jsiot
not be distinguished from fr the vege vegetable vegetable vegetable ¬
table growth owth itself It el except oa u close closei closehaspeetlon closeiuspeeUon
i inspection inspectionAlthough haspeetlonAltlaoagh iuspeeUonAlthough
Although the u outlines tUDeS of the sea seahave seahave teakave
have remained the same throughout throughoutthe Uar out outtae
the centuries since its was discovered discoveredwhole disooveredwhole booveredwhole
whole Islands are ar sometimes torn oft oftby oftb7 offby
by the tb intense tropical hurricanes hurricanesaad hurricanesand WrleaDesax
and float ot in the way of ships s tp It was wasone WJe wasone
one e of these vagrant fragments fra eats of the thethe thethe thethe
the Sargasso Sarps o sea that disabled d1 1l 1e41 the theMannaduke theamdu1te theMarmaduke
Mannaduke MannadukeSenator MarmadukeSenator amdu1teSeDator
Senator Dolllver was born on onfarm eofarm a afarm
farm and kept In touch with wit fai failife tarvt tarvtUt farpilife
life Ut throughout his career In the thelast t thelast e e1ast
last session of Congress Co e s he introduced introducedbill latroduceda troduceda
a bill requiring the Federal Govern Government Government Governmeat ¬
ment to aid States in the maintenance maintenanceof mainten nee neeot
of free high schools In the farm dis diste districts districts
tricts at an ultimate te expenditure of ofMoving orMoving ofMoving
Moving Picture Censors CensorsThe
The city of New York responding to tothe tothe tothe
the voIce GIee of public MtWl < opinion o aioei Is soon to tohave tGKe tohave
have a a municipal 1DUflIdP UBIeIPal commission oom of censors censorsto ceasorsto cenGo3to
to pass on aH moving 0Yi picture lktwe Alms fllmsshown Almsshown filmsown
shown own in the metropolis it aa A ordinance ordinancewhich Ol ordinancewhich haan haanldea
which ldea already akead has received the approval approvalThe apJkOalof
of a a majority aJurity ot the board becomes MccNaeSw MccNaeSThe a alaw
law w
lawThe The ordinance provides for a board to toconsist toCOR6Ist toco1st
consist of three t ree aldermen who shall shallba shanhave shallhave
have po power r to S say what films shaH not notbo notbe
ba shown there A year ago an unof unofrs llnorAdal unoftidal
tidal board or censors rs wns established
by a citizens organ organwork organization Math good goodwork goodwork
work has been accomplished a mpllsbed but It has hasno hasno hasno
no authority to t stop so exhibitions e Th Thmoving ThmvD The Themoving <
mvD moving picture ptue men m approve e the t pro proposed p proposed ¬
posed pse official tf board bc of censors c and aD say saythey MY saythey
they the wlH w wIIIw welcome w CO its it supervislen supervislenSirs sw swMs sapervieleaMrs
Sirs Ms Dorothy Dy WiM Wilbur of o St S Paul PaulMinn Pul PulMn PaulMian
Mn Minn widely wi known WD as a a a crusader crusederagainst crusaderagainst fr fragit
against agit all kinds k of o poppter p pop ng matches matcheste mtc
te 1 one oe of the U disappointed dte dtsaioint delegates d to tothe tote tothe
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the te International Intert Interiiati ° Ia1 Humane Hu Conference ConferenceMrs COn COnMrs ConferenceMrs
Mrs WUbr Wilbur wanted Vte the t conference enee to togo togo
go 10 on O record re oa O the t parlor prl match mt ques question que queti question ¬
tion ti Her Hfr contention ct te 1 that tt if i you youcould youcould OU OUci
could ci start st off o at the t Identical tl moment momentall mnt mnta1 momentall
all a1 of the t nres fe fires for fO which w accident a dis discharges disc discharges ¬
articles are responsible responsibleman rospeucibiein
charges c of o these th ai rebe rebeIn
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a blaze U that wok would put t the great Ch ciii ciiicago
8 cago b Are tt t to shame and tt that If t the hu human u umn
man UIO VMTUHI vIcthu s of i t the me tum pl parlor mh match utmv u for forone foto forone
mn one year v were laid out side by side It Itwould itwo itwod
we 1 I se
would o wo y rival rl one o of o those t great get holo holoJ bolocus holocausts
cus causts the 1 nation nationMrs ntio nationMrs tht that eeIW everyisow 9 aD and J t then sickens sickensthe sice sickensthe
th Mrs Wilbur Wlb has b kept ke tally tlly on O this thisthat thc thcsjt thissubject
subject Jr fo forseveral vel years er a and a sh fnds fndstht finds findsthat
sjt that the av aYae average rae annual aDul ton tn ofl of the tl par parlor parbr ¬
lor tht kmtch match is i the te lives Jva of approximately approximately5M aotel aotelo proidmatelywomen p
5M women o and a children cle In addition aiton aitonthre additionthere
1 there thre are a an a Immense IW number J1b of o per persons pr prsn persong ¬
sons injured representing reU mostly women womenburned womenbe womenburned
injur my
sn burned while whl trying tI to save ther tJe thelives lives of ofchildren otcbUcren nfchildren
be children enveloped in flames Five Fhrsixths Fivesixths
fe FvE FvEst
sixths cbUcren of the t1 eep fatalities ttd were w among aJ am chI chIys ch chidress 1 1drn
st drn dress mot most or wbm whom sys says ys Mrs Wilbur Wilburwere Wlbur Wlburet W1lbirwere
were et set afire afT by flying fy yhog match mteh beads beadsBesides 1s 1sfS headsBesides
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the th popping Plt match mtc the t crusaders e u f fthis on onthis T Tti
this subject are ae asking that U all al flimsy flimsyb flimsySuch flimsyankles Ums Umsartdes
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physician ph who wo had b lost l a child c through throuphfire trl throughfire b bfe
fire fe He found fouD that tt a solution s consist consisting est estiAg consIstlag ¬
lag of eight ciht parts pr of sulphate 8te of am ammonium ammonum amrnontum ¬
monium two tw and a half k parts of o car carbonate C1 carboisate ¬
bonate monum of ammonium two t1 parts of o o borax boraxthree brJ boraxthree
bte lu p
three th ports of boraefc bd add a two tw parts partsof p partsof
of starch t1 p to t H 0 parts pr of o water we pre prevents p poA prevents ¬
vents the flimsiest l t kinds knd of t goods goo from frommaking frm frmtklAg frommaking
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tklAg making a flame flmt though thouth it t P will m char charaad chara charand
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