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i MR. THOMPSON SETON TELLS OF "THE BEAUTIFUL [
MONOGAMY OF THE BETTER-CLASS FOX." I
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4 lit Vary if K.s Brofker* if tfce Wilt, Reynrd It Apt ft li Maligned by Min p
4 Van A Type it Corjjgal FKtlily tint it Exceeded Only by (be (tost,
Wtie Halit Eifrine Vie«« os Marrligs,
*
l
a
that
locking In character
»ra. or « v* n mur>
iO Induli
Ini
the
Ifbmn amor
them to w
il n**i to si
mde
i i<*andardn
Y the fox. it appnen
'•vfirn«»ny </f hlu la!
'
Init
_
h
• It* ' end aim u hu
« •1 cx'«*f,t. u futbci
. « .
<1 propriety
. . , ,
• f*«r th«* «Wwenerat#
Judg«
ery **«t I friable in
d (if s
wlodorn
i«<«irded t<» him by
ta an«] folk
w «hid«
Un
\ «»r y
itude
he f«i
fid urj« oruproinlt*
might Is
erl*
«tld r
e *»f
Of IMt'
rt« ion in I he
Kinrof Th««r
«>•11
) Ti«» It*- nurd ««f GoMur
title given
t li*• hu pa
their prnp*me 111
1«A A 1 ho w I It**
I*
wnrdi
•rtf! h«rw
I.** fox wor ld Mvck
and empha
tic* !•«• • 'Iful iii-.ii* >»- umy </f l In« J.*• t
la»e fox.
o advertti
and
In the 8inswss' Camp.
I the Ame hundred and fifty acr< -
•AIV«» u n« I wammIIhiiiI whl«h Mr. K<*
» Irtumtlful «-»laie of Wyndygoul,
<»m Cob, ronn . tll«T»* ar* 1 Wl f«>X*'M id
Time#
•port*'i failM i tj dltoovwr the trac*r.«
» he sexurhe«! 1 1« rouge li field and
llj|«k*t th»» other day in ill«* hoi»« (> f
finding, not a fox. Jhi' Mi S«*ton an«l
su r*x planati«
I liiiii'lv» 'hing» In lii«* wild» of Wyndy
! I li «1 1 h ti lei»*«*««. l«di*fn
p< »i*^ witli th# tot «»ms «till Arti them,
|*t** liI k a » rl« lilidv* In wood and «tom*.
In ik an* *«* iilwt)d(*n«»tl f1n*placc» <>f a
frankly aintrlglonl pattern the re
mall • In I t. * t the « amp of the Hin
one a >f tin» tvib««s *rf I he 'Selon
Indian», a nice of outdo
At I.-AUO
Sunday
(•
id
e plenty of
g*..»i d*
which nuilniitlUM * \
' I Ilk# t
su miner some
thiMiMiud litmirt« mil«
••»••d throughout th«* United Htm«»» and
'u nad#
ll«l
And then there
re# a> f them at l«*ast
lid hefor
ihuffilng
1 *ti k th*- mitumii leav a 1* that a«j
fere
t hey
K* « «■
I'O to Im* «
u '" 1 ,l1 "* w a i idled ae they appeared
either In a wild state or turned In dir
Vnioiia Other moral
dtb h 1 have thtiH discovered
h#)
W) nd \ k* til
and
cackling
* t •*<!
»ItMAK
•4 UM««'
up th* viirld in
which the Wnww
Hll to a
fher^o «
luit* Il lu )
Indian
a brave«
hi r***? I lieir j»n*) lu
IIaI I») file «
MIA III
l rulls
* *i
. there Is
to an
'filial «»jnf the |N»l.virau)oii«« nut mirtiiv
u «A.iw pi<>* ll\IM cn of lAiiiina
lu
II (.
Reynard. Htro of Dction.
Art*y of f >* mil in *
lt«».vrrird,"
s* tirti when the reporter final
Mild M
l> fourni him »
the Intricate
non«
»*♦« i»f Wyndygoul. "gives the Ilf#
history of a fox In the form of fit
tton
uu
II Ih fiction fiHiutl'nl „ti fu.r. on
n nbwnetlotiH, I'xionillnif „v»»r n
|)„mlu„ liny.
my ii
Ihm Uh! „( many year
nmd the he i
>f the story. Is
e twenty
c„m
thirty foxi
|M*dtl* of M
r<
«'III htiUM*llt>li|
(juulit I
1|| th«» fox Ih
strong monogamous ton
d*»n< > in hi» family relation», and that
1» MNiicthlng which I have cuiphiodxed
In my forthcoming story."
among indtnuls ;
Ti
1 he
"uglily appréciai** Mr, Salon's
poeLlon In regard to Ibis subject „r
the marriage relsilou
inis to r
■all it recent pope
"National History „f ihe
Commandment'. • In this paper he
hum (Ml the thrvirt
*>l
his on the
Ti
nit h hr* xupport- !
n ob
*»*l h\ in« ItlctifH taken fi**tn hb
sen lit loti#, that ol
l«*a»t 4<f
taw of llu* |(I\||>
llehce to five at
the Ten Coimiuindmem» Iî*
a
...
1 he nnun
»dl tint
Heal Illustration Iu
hat Mr Selon lmlleve.
he fox*# Innate nmpecr. fur the
Seventh CVhh mai id ment
' It is
animal#
i.-«»<1 iKunlno Key mini stor.v
if
lie
pi
It linn form of
fo l*e
minouh
' that while Hie M
I"" '■ ; bl |»*H I 'll ' Ul I.-Iind. 'I
ked," he s:
enia
ik law did iu>i e\
lib
IHM
rust rlctlon#
up to iho Kpirlt of th#m
was ulilinatrl
Agamy
not«» thaï
mai
that by Ih
I ho Hohr«»#
pur# m
citing
Mind
forved into
,M '
It Is exlretnelv
the animals In their
„el form of
•• through the
ilng (or nu
on
*
and have arrived ;r exactly ihe
oneluaion
#tag
Motiog
Im thi»ir
nf the nut triage qU«'st1oti
uutg all the higher
nr*-» fnl Hltlina !s
Ik
ami it- th«» rule t
it ml
are four deg ret»# of mono
hivh .he tna!*» atay.-.
One In
r«m>
wllli one
e .(' long IIS she iu
*>!•"
e»i# hin
lunge«
in* iL.Hiv
hl» 11 .4 4
M4»tl, bu!
initie.
• hen
another; for 1
me«» as long
k. a.<4>n nmy
s hers.
Thue
It) he sea
lim e : I
•tv
»I a lime. This ls
*x*n\on!ent for both lamie», but It I«
open to the mine objection a
pvlygamy. It is
A second kind.
• female are paired Tor that bt
■-on only, the male .:«ylng
and sharing the eai
frank
„1 he !s«h».i
iii« h tho male and
» !, the
,.f Ihe
»•Hing
fan lit
young until they sk
1er which the parents mat ui
resume their fellowship Thu- ts r.d
mlrwide. It Is seen in hawk- \ il'.rd
ell gr »»n
In which the pair contort for life,
the death of one leatea ihe ether *
to mate again. This Is ideal It it
way of wolves t fourth, in tvblch Ujcr
tun
. is,
tii*
l
pair /or life and In of d •-.«*)»
remain«
lv<
and
* «ffiMiiat#»
ion# f«i »hi* end
:
This a
•'iim af>
It U th
d tl»*
w a>
Ini
Min'i Did Influence
In rn;tiih)K ohs**»r\a?J«n*a one I« burn
* ha» anMjciaf )<xfi with
Ixocn rulrxniii t
I There can l#e no
dog, now promiwu
|a*r «d by the fat
I #
! man ho* aJwity«
! moral« of hü I ma b
' I d<nibt tliAf the
he
o am, waa rrrlgtnaliy a nwnfjfkint* i*
. ' " ,,f 'd Hi* KM-i «Li i •• •
J 0 * f,,c f,M '*'* ro '* " f '■ " r
their fur cm U»«* |«iay.d» «if ft»« iierinK
h I u . . . . „ . . ,
He« 1« what has b«*«.* «ailed the ot>
in.» ♦» an I \h< n mivut-iy *•
I. ! ^'/'* ' K ^ v
! Uu ° , ' r * *' ' f 1 1 r '
sen Urnen« and produce a bit
.
doue not «*blert »*» D* »! y g
*
s I
rilwnj
By. or any other •
e all **»n?Inn ntal obstacles to
I«m. and m>
ibirui
t hel r c*x pnrttncnl
an in up; there lr. evldeme that
the animal worlu there Iium l«*r;g
a gr*»iMng after hü Ideal form of
marriage Beginning with promis« lit)
they have worked tlirouKh many Htag«««
pure mnnoKMiiiy, and, othirf thlnyn
th# ape* lea, owing to natural
» sucx eaK/iil !n proportion as
have reached It, and, therefore,
have develop'd un InsthnrMve recognl
Mon *»f the Seventh ('«»nun.-uidm* nt/'
j
'f
1 In
I le*«*ri
j
1

Iru
equal
Inwx,
th#y
If. tli** K«wm«>. and Uts
Top Notcherx In Matrimony.
The fox. the
I»lg**«>n thnee apjwar to have reached
•a top rwiich position in u.atrtmonlal
Iaa
. rind one U not surprlMMi
hat the first of thorn ha» b«*«*u
rimi««i
learn
wdtM !««|
herA> of romance.
aid Mr HetAin,
fra« e Ikmitno Koynard'» car«*er until he
In rny »Lory
I
bis
la In his prime, and there | leev# him
without iei*Minting any pewtlbl# tr.iglc
«mdlng. For the ba*l* id
««•« I have Awild, I m#u| iho A>ix»ervHtlon»
I hat I made In th** « :« <«*h of many fox***
Thu«, there 1» the fox's fidelity to one
mate through life Then there 1»
aoHldulty
InddentK,
father tA» ht» young The
fox !» hii ex « lient father, mid s > iak a
rule nr«* the imi!e memheiM id the dog
family—excepting cf course, the do
niA*«4tlc dog. w 11 < >■ • * * moral chara*
er bus
ruined through
I I'nforfAiiiat**!\. |iAtwev«*r
dome#! teat ion
In
■«•n
«' of
'
the fox, the partuitnl bond disappears
! entlndy when th»* young of the family
gr«»w up Th't wiih an ex* «'«Hllugly dis
apiKAln 1ng
I
... , , . ..
thel-.-. to rerucnUe In nmUl.o,
1 "nli.. i. V- n tw a hor «„ri . ,
n U jy«™ ,?T
I I Ht y f , ' * * "• *"
Hat life or .he fox t have made
tl .he Hotijeot ofone of the llltmlratlrm.
.r norulno
enforced « Hen... of the
- ,, " r «* ln x'tvround
Hit the Idrtli of his offsininx Curl.m«
l.v enough the miiua* rule 1« observed »
j among th# lower order# of the human
»perlt*» the mother give»« birth to her
child In t
lowed to >
«lays old
the f a* x who is alxmt to bsd'atm»
#r coming out to take a drink of water
atld there signaling to Domino Key- ,
nurd, the hueband. that he Is to keep |
a*>Ay At Hindi time* 1 find the father '
,,f family done not return until his
newborn oIThihAiik have their eyes I
open.'* I
fact
htch I was
for* ed,
n#v
) ImiUUon.
I
j
»mpinylng fhe hi
I Reynard ; ' fh
mal«» fox for
'Iivy, nor I» th«* husband ul
» it until It Is several
In my story I thus picture
moth
"Bint their pm«*tic# of
monogamy,
have you been « bit* to prove that ?"
"It must Ik» itnpooidble to
follow one fox »esaon after
h<i
wj*h a.-k'-d
j
season
through the wtMitU* and thus tw* assured
that he Hlway« remains true to one
; « if..."
Methods of Observation.
"in that inaner I h
only lo my
sought corroborait h
from those
sa ill «
I have I
i» t rush'd not
u observation»; 1 have i
!
vitleiioe aa
♦?li
ho
* thoroughly couver
hh th«» lore of the w<hk1h a» they
gather it for them
,- —able 1
_. .
; ihan from Isniks I have
of the Her
,nx brwdw *
|_
j
j
ho find iheiu
►erlously hampered by the 'ob- !
st I tuil**' de\„lt„n of Ibe mi le f„x t
r on ]
j
that I mei
o one
Then I „ m k Indians whom I meet
: wife
.
'In ihe
h»l Ihi
km
I
the subject
I'
Instance. I qnestlon
mi „Id fello
.
d him did >-*>ii ever |
v< going along many icgelher Iu
' • d u ."i ; i >
; ill I li«* ('tlllHilia
nod#
■W«M>t»l
l »>
I MV> fl
I Ibe v
;
khIm"
nt many together.'
IKti you ex er
.
a fox traveling
I
ai
\*-A. S4'1
" 'Did y *u
n her nr*»?
;
|
: -e«» female fox alone j
Y«■•«. but fM fox cl«'.'«* bv *
"In fa
that is the burden of the
testimony »>f all
whom 1 have talk«»*l on the
he
AHHl.-men with
KttbJlV't.
Th.
have ob«#rved curtain f»v*ts
logically 1m«»r| *. :.*d. iKuidr.** e ,-nd «>;•.
foiv«* ihe iKcullarly m««nogainous na
turn of the fox
b h
More.
( ei'. like a id
husband, as 1 twlleve him to t»e
,,
■'u h 1
,
ln
Ibe
] ,
!o\ has ethei excellent quuUti
. ns. for
i (itll hi' 'sttirace liablt.'
I have
stance, wh«'
si in on
,
Reynard N^t a Th ef.
'With us. of com
■ the f* X iiix a Imd
><me 1er th- s''.Cine of . 111. ken Tl.e
bianie Mini «"aches to him tor this
,,U '" '» ' ,1! .>'*HH>rt;o. to what
he actually d' - Instead of being a
:er the fox is rea'
chief prey,
in. Is the fieid i
1 nuisance the fa-t
My a great licip, ht s
t ap» .n M.i: p the mice in their
! »ha; he icaily
n»,mis»> i have
itched the foxes
the p'airl' - tli -.u! ,i longrgi.ee rai,»
en
in the I f *% rrami, and ! know from
î^^'ÏTÎÏÏhKSI |
It war# not f or thl* (ondiikw for a
! uit/u»* diet on the po/t of foiee arid
j moite#! The fart la xbwi I to# re are
» ary few Afblfnaln ln «rar Wood# that
arr? •••ally noxirma. We <><>ght to pr#»
all our native animale from
tlnokm, while Utnishiriff aa much
nulaAncea aa the rat and ]
The crmtra t nu Inane#- of i
uli ;•* ih« dome#Üc cat, which kiiU !
j more arriAll game than all the poachers i
| P 1 * to*#tb#r—but It would probably he ;
j dimnilt to hanlsh the cat fr«*ji the
■ ("tilted Bta'eH

ex
as
*h* pfirto'A
I
Heynard la depicted, undoubtedly, as
a tl
Aughly exemplary fog and hue
hiuifi In the «tory which will b«ar hla
j narn*» down to pfwterity But a fHImpee
i* Urn g necked, brown-andddark
• **•**'«• amicaidy floundering among the '
r Iflivtv on thi* lawn In front of the pic
' -.li, w . .. .
'ureoqae house which Utrin» the renter
j (jf thlugJ| at W yndgoul
*• , ht Im for these birds to the pouM***l<,n ,
evert rtw>re monogaiTious mono*
^uruy tha/) the fox. After all, If three
ailed the
« lalin> nr** tru*», Reynard merely vows.
I" k ,. .
(etrtJciilar ««»ntract "until d«xi*h do us
part." But the g*
» »»!<orted Interprétai Ion of the Ten Corn
' M.andnient«, Incoip-irut««« no HmPlng
when lie ko*»« through the cere
rnoe»t morialM who undertake this
cording fo his j
!
!
I
|
mony «»f entering upon the marriage
• I Mute
It Ik
now And forever" with l>
dauntle«« anlrnalH when they do
Curiosity as to
, »h** authenticity of Mils bit of anserine
of
he#* <9
<!»* i«U* ij|M>n Wfwllock
.*at|«»!of>
ugK<*Ht«*d a query.
!
aJisw«*rfMl Mr S»*t<m, "family
ar«* peculiarly afrong in the caae
may l>e j
one main
■cum Hfiicmg hII uni
but h* a rule I have found that I
Is
"Y<
tlrn
nf I he guoae. Of course tber
! Imllvldiuü variation» from
j race-habit,
I rnsls
; th»* practlw*»
more rigid morn
j ogurny than even th«* Taxx or the pigoon
Mn»i of Ihehe gewe at Wyndygoul
de«A'#ndants from one oouple, brought
. aie
w hen 1 took th# place eight years |
ago. and th# original gander I» »till
Ik
They come and
any i
«hlch It» \arlAMiH members !
might be templed to Hy I have clipped
I thl« jFHtrlar* hul gander's
m* «»gnl/.AMi us I he grandfather «d the
fltsrk by the o'her».
g«> *t» he call» them, and In Ander 1 a> In
Mire th© return of the fl«¥-k from
pise# to
wings—and
; his d a* voted grandchildren, never leav
Itig him, never leave Wyndygoul for
any appreciatile «llö iince or time,
The Ever Faithful Geose.
"A# for the extreme
of
it
sentiments
of
»gamy which I have claimed for
•llil gees# l can cite one clea
Mm I
i-cut ln
Thre
Htamo from this very flock
four years ago th*» huaha
g ook o died.
nr
i«l of a female
r'or a yt-ar atul a hair ar
I '!»*• event I trlml to Induce the
w ldo»«l go*e to -akr another ».ate,
' >ut without success She remltined
tdngl, during that time aud <JV4. n ed
1 «>»«■ "Poo any tnilm«<Am wlih '
I , lrr cunip ,, J „ oa ,
j h.rpel.He to over.ome her fidelity tH> her
dead mote I then gave her to the Bronx
2uo . aIld , have not hwlr „ from Mr
i Homadny ein,e then to whether -he
(ins fsendsted In her deetre
» Hingis
,
| ,! > 1 nU * ° f ,h *' colle * i * H have a great
' ' 1Ullk,> ,ü ,ll< - w "y In which they ure
r •' r, ' r, ■'■'^ '« commonly in connection
I »«h^tfo» Por Instance, Wesleyan
I ** 1 ** 11 don't llkt^ to b<* called "the Meth
odists. as they appear sometimes.
At the Naval Academy there Is a
strong prejudice agak»it being called
"Annapolis."
es
a
to
.^4'A'tng tiiai !
to remain
year
idowhood.'-*
but l can vouch for the
und a half of faithful
York Times.
Ne
COLLEGE NICKNAMES.
Some Popular With the Student!
jectlon Made to Others.
Ob
for
Is
a
of
ing
The navy
men aren't
particularly fond of "midshipmen."
They bell* ve the
j ihetr Institution Is "tue Navy."
Columbia has a great distaste f„r
the name of "Columbians" fur their
representatives In athletics or other
public appesrunces.
proper name for
i
At thi» Unlversi
ty of Chicago there Is a dislike of the
name "Chicago L'ulverslty," sumetimes
applied
be
j Although not so strongly opposed to
it. students at Pennsylvania do not like
j the Tull title Tnlverslty of Pennayl
vanta
!
as well as plain "Pennsylvania "
"Penn" Is preferred lo either.
Maroons" for Chicago men, "Goph
ei- Tor Minnesota. Ibidgers' for Wl*.
] cousin students. ' ~
j Nebraska. "Wolverines"
"llllnl" for the
no
!y
i
I
I «
ble
ed
!
CornhuskeiK
for
for Michigan,
men at Itlinoia—
. names that are popular at those
| leges and ure used bv the
ar#
ol
men there
'n teams ln
a man unacquainted with nick
rage slaloment regard
»nee college is puzzling he
al most entire lack of I
New York Sun.
; In speaking of ihelr
deed t
. name» ihe
lng a cotife
I cause of the
>tratghtout names
j
As Courage Oozed.
The Pa* tl
cous) Ct m g re« in an waj
starting for the capital.
"On
ie po nt I am resolved." he
admiring
"Cannon can't bulldoze
bim Wer*
said to his
eonetltuent*. ,
ni« 1 I defy !
after his scalp "
Vannon has not In nil
reepectl
been
*n Ideal presiding officer,
1 tol<1 a n 'P° rUr at Qmaha.
"Cannon"" 1
bt
: f''
I
'Plied to an inter
perhaps he
Viewer; "well
has no'
his faults, but." etc.
, been without
Hello'" r iltl the
new 8pap« r ropru
sei -alite at Washington "Glad to sei
you're back tl* .»r vou're going 'o tlgh'
Canton Hov n-out it- ' i
Tight Cannon' Well, of all the rl
diculcus tans' Why. he's the bee 1 f *
presiding (»ihrer that." etc._P.iiadel °°
i
Phla Ledger.
Tax ntv flee
killed
l* Its.
rt'i'l n squirre'a
annually in Russia for
ar*
by
I *>f
ibeli !
t'
|
statement of the captain of tb# Brit
]
i
! prrature of #psc#. outside
i earth « atmosphere, Is 459 degree# he
; low th«* zero of the Fahrenheit scale,
That Inconceivable cold Is what they
That the magnetic lufluence of the
coast of Lapland drew his Iron ship !
ashore and wrecked it was the »worn
to the British
• lab steamer Sandal
Board of Trade.
Astronomer# believe that the tem
of the
mean by aboolutf z**ro.
pipes at high *pe#*d. a German Vnven- j
tiou, has hf«-n adopted by the Jap» |
neat- navy for forming mast#, and an
' ElnglUh firm has secured the right to
use the process in that country. ,
, pert have been made in Prussia dur- j
lug the last few months with Western
Pennsylvania « oal to determine Its i
A new method for welding steel
Fxperimenf» under a competent ex

coai.
comparative value w-lth German coals,
land th«* results of the comparison arc I
said to be highly gratifying and show
j the superiority of fne Pennsylvania
A new freezing device is boln
g ex
ploit' d In Germany, which is especial- j
l>
idapt«'d for domestic purposes.
The apparatus is quite Inexpensive to |
make and operate. It consists merely
of a double wall tin vessel with a ca
! parity of five gailon». HoMow »pace
between th«» two walls ia about an |
inch acroa» By the gradual admis i
j «Ion of cat bo pic acid Into this hollow
space through an opening at the bot- 1
tom and from there to the vessel]
I proper through a cross arm tube, It
Is claimed that water may be con
verted into ice In the »pate of 60 sec
onds, and that meats, fruit» and bev
erages, such as beer or wine, may be
| chilled or frozen in a few seconds
This effect Ih produced by the sudden
great reduction of temperature caused
by the rapid expansion of the car
bonic arid, which is admitted from an
i ordinary carbonic acid reservoir.
!
One of the newest pieces of electri
cal equipment for hotel use 1 h a sys
tem of little lamps of the switchboard
type, by which It is possible for a
guest or the management to locate in
Btantly th«* room in which chamber
maids are working. This is
great
convenience both to the guests and
management, for the girl having
charge of any particular room may be
communicated with without any l«;-s
of time. KacU maid Is provided with
it k«*y which serves as a switch ban
die for lighting a small lamp at th*
doors as she enters a room and slmul
taneously lighting th« indicating lamp
at the desk ot the chief of employes.
By moans of *-an Illuminated stgrn In
the room of each guest he ls notified
immediately when mal! matter
es the office for him. The placing ot
a letter in the post Aifllce box corn*
sponding with the lamp which Ultimi
natevs the sign In the guest s room.
reacn
POWER FROM OCEAN TIDES.
Reinforcement* from Another Source
Apparently Needed.
On„ of the objections udvenced to
the attempt to get power from th*
lidos is that It would be serviceable
for only a tew hours at a time, and
Is not continuous Another point—
a minor ono— Is that os the time of a
high tide occurs about three-quarters
of an hour later one day than the day
before there must be a regular shift
ing of the dolly program.
Expanding the first of these
sr
argu
ments, a correspondent of "The lam
don Timas"
(engineering supple
ment) says:
"The chief dlBculty as regarda a
public supply of powder from tidal
sources ls the limited
hours during which the water
available.
number ot
The cost of a storage bat
tery to meet these conditions would
be prohibitive;
must be Installed to supply the
mands for power when the turbine«
are shut down.
hence gas engiue^
de
,
B
Thtee gas engines
would have to bo large enough
carry ihe full load under any clreum
stances; In fact, It would be neces
sary to lay down a full-sized
tc
gas
power generating station Just as II
no turbines existed, and in all proba
billty the plant would be situated at
some distance from where
mand for power exiited,
creasing the cost of transmission.
"Looking at the problem from this!
point of view, the utilization of the!
tides for the public
power would apear lo be commercial '
!y impracticable. 1
"A mill or factory needing a steady !
rupply *>f power for
i hours every day presents much more j
I favorable conditions for the consider !
allop. of tidal power.
I « llel lD such a cc.se would form th*
major portion ef the running
and, provided that a dam
cheaply constructed, it is quite possi
ble that some saving might be effect
ed by otbatnln; a portion
! (»wer from tidal action."
j of
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thus
generation
o! i
twenty four ,
The cost ol
,
!
costs,
could be
: f'' ad ? furbtr ^»n<i eggs destroyed - I
I London Standard.
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of th*
Anti-Sparrow Crusade.
a Monduisham Spar
row C>Iub !t ma * stated that during
,hto • V<>ar 4 ' 91S cld blrd *- 2S0 '
i W»«* * nd S.»14 eggs had been de,
,,ro> ' cd ' * total of n - 63 > The local
1 f * rBer# p * y * v °luntary rate, based
°° * cre,| 5 0 . from which payiuentsare
young
Electrically heated plate*, operated
by lever*, are the principal reattire |
*>f a new elefhes pressing device.
>:&•
—m
%mwtv
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from woman's ailment* are invited
t' eddrewe* here given, for positive
Vegetable Compound does cure fenude
Ckttmgo, II) mMn. Alfm Hftriiif. 11 U«f>
. Strowt
Uaétey. Ia 4 -Mn May Try
IpMiov Keu .MnSulla Glffovd Bmbu.
Saott. S Twïr». H. «I. Barbar.
Comwtllrlll#, X.Y.-Mn. Wo*. Boafbtoa.
ClBdAMll,0.w)(n W K Moiuh,7Eutvt««Af
JU lwaakaa, Wu -Mn. Kuna Ibn, MS l.t
Si, Qi nm e
Clwsnaf Ufa.
•••lb BomS. Lnsl -Mr». Fr*l <:«rtia, 1014 A
Lofa?«»»« Strnt
KoM. KftptMfty -Mr». Umuo Holland.
Bro*fcfl«14, Mo «Mr«. tUrah LuoaignoDt, Wl
B. Mark* Si
Pautaoa. N.J. - Mr*. Wi. Bunar«)!)«, 1»
Hamburgh Avoua*.
Phlla4«lDhla, Fa.« Mn K. E. Garrett, 3407
North Gara«t Str«#t.
K«wa«kuia, Wts.— Mrg. Carl Dahlka. |
WoreMUr, ^Mom • î5r« ix»*vi*« Cot4 lit
Stoulbiwlîmîji y • "
A ' r A * 4,r *°*' 1J07 ;
Bl* Bus. Fc-XIr.W K Pool.r
A teeter Suttee, O.-Mr, adi.xi Mnelheapt
OleclimeU, Ohio -Mr,. E. U .Meddack,, 31»
Otlbert Aveeut.
Mogador«, Ohio «.Mrs. Lee Mang««, Bot UI. ..
Itoviitvlll«, N Y.-Mrs A A. Gil«». '
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Juhntlovn.N Y.—Mr«. Homer N Heamao.lM
K. Main ät: «et.
Bartoaviev, 111 —Mrs. Peter Laugenbeha.
Avoid Operation«
Hemp«toad, MJ.« Mra. Jog H Dandv
Adrian, O«.—Lena g. Heurv, So 9.
Indianapolba, Ind.« Beesle V Piper, *
Addleea Street.
Louisville. Ky.—.Mr«. Bom Lee. »29 Fourth 9t
•oulh Wm. M.rbor, M.ln«. - Mr, Uliiu
hnkMna, Mi |lM«rt U(kt RUtloo.
DH 52SÄ l iÄ(Ä
wveaoe, verwoa.
Orgaale Dteptooemeote.
Vloster. 111*.—Mr* Mary Ball
Ligonler, Ind.—Mr*. Kltsa Wosd.R.F.D S<v4.
Mel hoarse. Iowa. - Mrs. Clara Wateriuaixu,
R. F. D. No. I
Bard «town. Kv-Mra Joeeph Hall.
L«w1«too, Mala#—Mrs. Hear y Cloutier, 6# '
Oxford Street.
" M J? Jobn Molds«,
Bh.SüoTlfc.Ä U»m. U. r D No 1; C
°*° j ° rd *' Bom,No.I,
SuiT^ÄC??: f OriLî - -
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.atnhrldge. Neb — Mr« Nellie MokUuder.
These women are only a few of
the power of Lydia E. Pinkham's
diseases. Not one of these women
form for the use of their names in
ing that we should refer to them
do other suffering women to prove
Vegetable Compound Ls a reliable and
statements made in our advertisements
truth and nothing but the truth.
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$80
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MbcoN. Gi 0X618 */
UeM04tnfM.
N oi d iwt
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JfXRUt«t#i
FOR OUT DOOR WORK
IN THE WETTEST WEATHER
V»y NOTHING EQUALS
TOWEJIs
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Skf, waterproof
ÜV OILED
^GARMENTS
fmiYU»«wm-ww(v«u.
[ AMD Will NOT UCM
\umc asn -«3ts .*3»
cJ suns * 3 #
^ B&snsr*
_ A.J.Towie Co. ■ostom.uaa.
n— Cm— Ca wn -tmomto. can.
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Sometimes a widow'B heart Is tend
sr when warmed by an old flame.—
Milwaukee Journal.
Many Children Are Sickly.
MoU—Ony'e Sweet Powder* for Children
by Mother Grey, numein Children'll
HotneLK. Y.. cor* Feverlehnees, Oonstipe
tioa. Stomach Trouble*. Teething Dieor
der*. Destroy* Worms. All Chruggtste'. Ï.V-,
Semple nu. A. S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y
A patient mind Is the best remedy
for affliction.—Platus.
Omly Owe "Bromo Qalnlne
, W lAxeUr» Bromo (Juimoe. Look
for the •tgeetur* 01 E. W. Orev.. Ueedthe
B or Id over to Cur* a Cold In One Day. Be
That
I.ondon Is full of Americana
able to obtain
crowded liner*.
un
passage home in over
' Itch cured in SO minutes hy Woolford',
1 'Hinitarr Utinn Never fail. At drureieU
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L«Roy S. Currier, 46 Purchase 8t.,
^'•^uryport, Mass., gays: "For years
Brown'« Bronchial Trochee relieve I
Throat IrritaUooa censed by cold or m '
j of tie vote*. In boxen 21 centa. Sen* |
1 B^uTiî^ L * n>WB * ^ !
Silver is of less value than gold; 1
sold, than virtue.—Horace. !
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Anger begins with folly and ends
with repentance.—Pythagoras.
,
lamf: in thk mokmxg.
Peel* As If Yonr Back Would Sorely
Break.
mv kidneys gave me
trouble. I had dull
pains in the small of
the back and felt j
lame every morning 1
when getting out of
bed. The kidney se
cretion* passed too
frequently, compel
ling me to get up
often nt nlgbt. After
I tried had falteTTiwTt 1 b^of
Doan s Kidney Pills, ^ey dld thelr
I work well. I now have no backache
can sleep splendidly."
Sold by all dealers. 6« cents n box.
I Foster-MUbarn Co.. Butalo. S, T.
by
and
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invited to write to the naa
proof that Lydie &
fenude ills.
Q«l«i, Ai».«Nn9. PmiI«, TltmU Ke ft.
CUmm, IU.«Mn Wa. tilh, IB (Mm iv
fttRt, MM -Mr* »-rr frT«rrr***'
FlMklac. MUk.«lCn. Bart LoyL k. F. D
KÎJ; car« of D. A. fltabon.
CoCaavtlW, j. Jnnm.
CiMtanutA, Ohio -Mn. Flora Akr imBmi
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A W« | «y»IU», P».-Ma. JLF D.l.
"Mr«. LuaHtllUrd, R-JU
Hajftald, Va.«Mra. Maya« WtßdW.
Irrrnlaritr.
Horrin. Ill «Mr« Ohm*. Folfc«L
WinthaaUr. Iu4 «Mrs May Iloal.
I»y«r. lad.« Mrn. Win Oberlob. R f D Ko 1
Balluaor«, Md «.Mr*. W. S. Ford, IBM 1 '
do va« Street
| Roibury, Maw.«Mre. Francis Merk)«, 13 ftald
ClarkM«)«, Mo.«Mla Anna Wsll«e«.
OoTiHlto, Ohio. -Mi». WU Mlmcl. H V.DJ
; Hom.* Bo ' *• N -
Ubtaati F. -Mr. Herr; L. Kittle, 339 Uh
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îwîîi.Mhîi, «
U»troU.*iich -Mr,. LouIm Janj.IKCheetna»
.. Ovarian Trouble
' lucea»«». lud -Mr*. Syl. B. .Jerauld, BOS N
Tenth Afreet.
Gardiuer. Mam«.« Mm. 8 a. William«. K. T
I». No 14 ; Bo« a#.
Philadelphia. Pa.— Mr«. Cbu Boell, 2407 N
Garnet Street.
FlatUburg.Mi»« «MlMVernaWilkee,R F.D.l.
. Female Weakneea.
Wlllliaantio, Conu —Mr«. Rita Donovan, Bos
Cleveland, Ohio «Mlæ Usai* Steiger. «Sie
Fleet Avenue, S.E
w«rwA-iu-. m.l* » . , . _
UîîV."'',? John».!"
Kockl«n4. Male, - Mr, W ill Touaf, « Col.
*"«""*• Mlîh -Mr. J.O.Johnson, R.F D 9
Davton, Ohlo -Mr». F. K. Smith. 4» Elm 8t.
*"•. FSj—Mi«. J. P. Endlich, R. F. D. No 7
Beaver Fall«. Fa — Mrs. W. P. Boyd. 210#
Beveath Avenue
Falrrhanee. Fa.—Mr». ! A Dunham Box IM.
Fort II noter. Pa.-Mr«. Marv .Jane Sh.tto
Earl, Pa.-Mr*. Augusta* Lyon. R.F D. 1.
' leans, W. Vo.—Mr«. Emma Wh
Mere«.»« i..„
Oronogo, Mo-Mr* Mae Mr Knight
C "t1™ r ï« T ""' ' V ' U ' r, • 451 UU "
aprïîÂÂu.,»
ChrUuK^ 8 T.nn-Ur., M.r, Wood, n F D.
P»co*. T«„ -Mr. Ad. Tourt, E M l«tn„.
Graaltevllle, Vt.— Mr«. CIam. Barclay, R.F.D
of thousands of living witnesses of
Vegetable Cbmpound to cure female
ever received compensât ion in any
in this advertisement —hut are will
them liecauso of the good they may
prove that Lydia E. Pinkhara's
and honest medicine, and that the
advertisements regarding its merit are the
Dropsy
Maett* all «welling la • to m
4*)fi f effect« s y ire* aient cm#
In jo to 4e day*. Trial
CURE»
SIvm
Qalek
Rtltot
mg
ADVANCE IN COFFEE
will have no effect on
the quality of our
FRENCH OPERA COFFEE
We promise our patrons
the same good coffee
FULL WEIGHT AND CLEAN
and
FRESHLY ROASTED
day of shipment Packed
only by
AMERICAN COFFEE CO.
OF NEW ORLEANS. LA.
This Trade-mark
Eliminates AH
Uncertainty
ft
in the purchai
paint malfjd
It iu an fluii,.
uarsntee
ty aiui «
For yon
f,
own
=££** protectiefa, m
that it is on the side of
every keg ui white lead
you buy.
■mau tue cewNir
HM T>Wt, MHW(. ta M
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hjgd SMlLDOOkA BLMM BUDLD
b*c material, kachinebt etc i
handle anrthinc from a ne#d!e to an
anchor. Write me todaj. Î can Rave
_ You Monet on every thins
lUt-lOU Ha—to» St . lWMMa.U
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CLOVER SEED
■own io Reiurw lote oetun Alfalfa, Urse
ÎÎ "•'"S* 1 *««r M*q «et» wort*
at BwxBiaemt bv. <w at itaMrKcnrMb
r.
la BtaoRfa for BaipW ot
ttoa P oflaF Qram, ou, ZTbgmL Barlty. M.
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I gag* me receive iista at retie
"by tk* aee of D. Laageir, astti
■MaadOuarrk keowdy. Itorir
that all seScren frea Aathma, Ca
tarrti, Bey Freer aad kiadred dl
■caste oay tot the vile* of th.
_Remedy, we win seed to_.
Bwi il« triol pe eb ege Free. Fail Bead bac
by aeit St N Arret* b y «11 drucgtcU .
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