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muslin Windows now here.
Their Use in Dairy Barns May Help to Prevent Tuberculosis. The experiment of using muslin cur tains in place of window glass, which has proved so successful in poultry houses all over the country, is now being extended to dairy barns. The problem of ventilation has Jong been one which dairymen have found difficult to solve, says Suburban Life. The new plan is the acme of sim plicity. Several windows are removed and replaced with frames over which common muslin cloth has been slight ly stretched. Experimenfs have shown that even In the coldest weather the tempera ture of the stable Is lowered only two or three degrees by the use of these curtain windows while the barns actu ally have seemed very much warmer. This result is due to the fact that the air is kept dry Where this plan has been adopted the cattle have shown less evidence of suffering from the cold and the at tendants have admitted that the barns have been more comfortable places in which to work than when the glass windows were in use. It is the excess of moisture in the air which causes the feeling of dampness and chill which prevails in many dairy barns. Although the outside air is able to pass through the muslin it is almost Impossible for anyone standing three feet away to detect its entrance. It is possible that the introduction of a system of this kind will do much to prevent the spread of tuberculosis among cattle. Poultrymen have found that whereas under the old system of using glass windows and keeping the house as warm as possible fowls were frequently afflicted with colds and sim ilar troubles, where the muslin cur tain system has been adopted the birds are much more free from such complaints, and it is expected by advo cates of the new system that there will be similar beneficent results in the case of dairy cattle. Gem Calendar. Each day, we are now told, has its separate stone, and among the most superstitious there are several who even go so far as to refuse to embark upon a journey, start anew venture, or give an entertainment without pin ning a brooch or slipping on a bangle or ring containing the jewel of the day. Sunday is the day of all days when the ruby should be worn, and the deeper the color the more propi tious the gem. Moonstones are not considered the luckiest of jewels, but, notwithstanding this fact, to wear them on Monday is provocative of good fortune. 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