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Map Shows Extent of Bovine Tuberculosis
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Q Karrian of the Department of Agriculture co mplettng a new map In colors showing the extent of bovine
il the United States. Each color represents the percentage from 1 to 18.
U. S. Building at the Brazilian Exposition
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b s the goverment bualdaing of the United States at the wrazilian Centennial exposition In Itin, which opens
LT. The photograph Is made from the sketch by the architect, Frank L. Packard of Columbus. 0. After
uses the building will be the United States hembassy.
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"YOUNG TEDDY" TALKS
Actlnlg Secretary of the Navy Roose
welt, or "young Teddy." as he is so ge
erally called by ex-President Rooe
velt's friends, Is evidently taking up
his father's polcy oft being sure about
thlngs for he was here caught on the
White House steps telling Secretary
Weeks Just how the situation stood.
BEST OF THE ARCHERS
Dr. Debert P. Emer of WaPYs. Pa.,
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d&Y\ARY GRAHAM DONNET
"What a good time we are having'
here in the zoo," said the Bengal
Monkey, "I'm hay.
ing the best time
in my monkey
life. I don't know
'. when I've had
such a good time
as I have had to
day. And I shall
still continue to
have a good time.
"I am not In
the least tired of
playing so I shan't
stop playing. I'U
keep right on.
"There are so
a "In Need of a many nice games
Nap" for us to play qu
here too. There •t
are ladders and we can climb and Sb
run up and down the ladders.
"Then there are swings for us to
I swing upon. There are board benches
where we can sit and think of what
game we will play next.
"Or we can think of what Is the
best game in the world. It Is hard
to make up our minds about that,
and it requires lots of thought.
"Even after we have made up our
minds about it we cannot decide. So
it is well to have boards and benches
to sit upon and think over the good
games. There are two Arabian Ba
boons living in those two cages across
the way. One of them is sitting up
on his high perch and he is yawning
very hard. And he hasn't the manners
4 to put his hand in front of his face
I when he yawns as polite creatures
will do. They come from Arabia, and
they live together in great numbers,
Yes, lots and lots of them travel to.
gether in the rocky and wild country
I of Arabia. It's a big, open country
and they love it over there. But they
are happy here, though that one
Arabian Baboon does seem to be in
r need of a nap. He yawned agaln, Just
a moment ago. How handsome those
two fellows are with their gray suits
trimmed with lavender, or tinged with d
lavender, I should say. They have
such high, fne looking brows or fore.
heads and such long faces. They
have whitish hair sad It is very bushy
and thick and it hangs down either
side of their faces In a most becoming
manner. In fact their hair looks some
thing like bunches of cotton. They
have very queerly shaped noses but
Interesting looking noses.
"How quiet they are I They are
really both sleepy looking.
"Any one would notice them any
where. People who come to the soo
look at them and admire them and
call their friends to come and see them
"Then there Ia the Mandrill West
African Monkey in the cage down the
room a little way.
"He lives on fruit and insects, and
he travels with many of his relations
when he is free. Yes, they move about
together. In the next room I've bheard
there is a large Anaconda snake and he
Is a dangerous fellow. I'm glad he isn't
In here. I wouldn't like him for a
playmate. I've heard the people speak
of him though and of his great size.
The Mandrill West African Monkey
is leaning up against the side of hisl
cage as though he felt tired."
"But Billy," the other monkeys
said, "you told uas you weren't tired
of playint, and that you were going
to keep right on iaying and that yoa
aweren't golng to stop at alL"
"So I did." aid Billy, "but I was
Slooking at my nelhbors and adml'
p 1g their loolks.
t I didn't realize I
had stopped play
' ing for such a
"I didn't mean
to stop at all. But
now I will run
races with any of
you and all of
you, and I11
swing and play
ae-esw, and any
other game you
the other monk
eys. "We want to
play, teoo,. some
morn. erise "NHe Lives a
Is very pleasat. FpIt."
all mokeys think
so. Come on, Billy, yaou're IT."
So Billy hebsed teim ethber meokeys
and they chased him and they did
trickste on thair swings and gave a
little clres all of thir own with
Billy as the rlagleasder.
And all thb people who ame to
the see said:
"De't theose mekeysl er get
tired? few they de playl"
But the me keys playe auntil it
was spper taime uad they felt bth
hagry ad tired.
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War Doesn't Check Demand for Bibles in China
In spite of clvil war and political upheavals In China, the Amerncan lIlhle socIety recently shipped from its head
quarters in Shanghai to its sub-agency In Peking the largest single consignment of Bibles In the history of the socl
ety's work in China. The photograph shows coolies hauling a portion of this consignment through the streets of
Shanghal. The complete shipment consisted of 104 cases containing 187,000 volumes.
Town Celebrates Its 300th Anniversary
Weymouth, Mass., second oldest town in that state, recently celebrated its three hundredth annialversary, and a
tablet was uveled oa the front of this house, which was the home of Abigail Adams wife of the second president.
VIRGINIA GIRL WEDS
Evelyn Drew Reade, daughter of
Mrs. Willoughby Reade of the Mead
ows. Abingdon, Va., who wa married
recently at her owe to Lee Treuholm.
son of Mrs. W. de Seassure Trenbolm.
CHEF OF THE BEARS
The bear' best ld is C. C. Tre
vey. their ebfe at the Natioal L
eieseml park in Washngstem or tei
pears, who ever ails so bake lem
r tsehi day. Ad they are met dalst
etrs, el-e, says Trve, ber a
lsas a a r a ba d m fa 8r -, he
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Testing Candle Power of Lights
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Among the ways and means by which the bureau of standards tests the
electrical capacity and candle power of lights is this large ptynpkln-llke affair
known as an Integrating sphere. This instrument Is used to measure the aver
age candle power of a light, that is, the average Intenslt) of the light on the
Interior of a spherical surfaee of which an electric bulb forms the ceter
Bicycle Built for More Than Two
This economical citizen of Berlin built his bicycle to carry his eatlre
family. Note the shock absorbers under the seat.
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