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itflfltt alKltiMMMlf VL "Wll VtfWI ilUli MIM.l.ANK. Mdliher. N l:iJ)Y, M. Tloso Krnpp rutin tent a "kitchen furniture" (rem Germany to the Iptin lirdt will probably next bo heard at In 1'nel Barn's kitchen or In MW Junk hop. While the captain general at Manila It encouraging the ntithnrltla at Ma drld with f An report or the submis sion ot Insurgent chief In nmo por tion of the Philippine, he discount thera by report of frh outbreak In other portion ami In the Caroline Is land. Now preetou the memory of n writ er of uplifting hymna! The late Iter. Henry Francis l.yto. author of "AMde with Mo." anil other hymna sung the world over, ban been itoail half a cen tury. Ilrlxham church, Devon, where ho ministerial for mnny year, la now In the eon run of rebuilding. With gift mid wonla of tympathy for the object, come loving ami grateful oxprsatfnn which testify ta the terrlee the pot yet fulfils. Sueh a ministry has an Immortality of lie own. Thin la the aonaon when even tho alarm of war rannot repreo the on thutlaktn nf the disciple of gonial Izaak Walton lly apeclal rourler from the rnmp of Oroter Cleveland wo learn that Uie enemy In beginning to areopt proffered bait with avidity and that a general engagement with terrlflr ilaughtor may be expected within a few days. The only lerlou hlndrntiee to 'Corporal'' Cleveland' movement on tho enemy' fort Meet Ion I tho temporary absence nf Ida aid do oamp, Captain Hobley Kvnna, who ha ob tained it furlough to whip Spain beforo he again return to aetlvo duty. Austria, atde from Ita ruler. I not nearly o Spanish In Ita nmypathlt) aa liaa been generally euppoted. The Deutsche KeUung of Vienna, referring to thl subject rorently. aaya: "The groat Norvh American republic can itltute a warning for all Huropean prince and gnvernmente who r ateerlng for absolutism. Werf It not for liie Amerlran union the cnuso nf rtvll liberty In Kurope In our day would be In a bod way." It would probably atirprl mnt rulora of the morn despotic eountrloc of Iturnpo to know to what extent leutlmonta aiieh aa the above prevail In their donilu loua. J. n. Cravath makoa aomo tmeful aug gnatlona to owner of clectrlo-llght plant In towna of S.000 to 5.000 In liBliltnnta. Town of thl alzo ummlly have an alectrtc-llght plant, n water work ayatom, n amall factory or two and a dornn or more amall atoam planla of from one lo twenty horao nower. Mr. Cravath maintain tluit thoro I ordinarily no good rciuon why the electric light company cannot sup ply power to thoeo vnrled lndutrloi moro choaply ntid more atlfartnrlly than under the proaont aysiem of every man for hlmlf. In other worda, the power Bonoratlon for the community nboulil bo conaolidated under tho root of th uloctrlc-llcht plant, nnd tho men uud boiler and engine there employed mode to earn money twenty-four hour u day Inatead of two or three. That aalarle and wage are govern ed by the profit of bualnea ha boot h rommonplaca of political economy but of lute an interpooliiK factor bai been untiaually demonstrative In lb rbarartnr and dlanooltlon of the am Idoyer. There are Instance whore a kharlng of a itortion of the profits of builHOta hna made employee muro will ing, rutsMlur and tiaoful. There have been counter Inatanco where tho em ployer' hardneao lias kept hla work men Irritable and utibuppy. to hi In Jury hs well as to thelra. Strike art not lufriuently hrcHiKht on or aggra vated by the arrogance or luck of sym pathy of employers, und there I rea eou to bellavn that n comparatively roeently cottly and bloody outbreak would not have taken place had not the superintendent met the rrprwen tatlvo of the work'tiKnien with curoa Inatead of ronrlllallon. Workmen are loo frequently haty In action, and reekloaa and unreasonable In tbulr de- inanda. Ordinarily, howevsr. If they nro mot In a aplrlt nf conciliation, the nisi lapuw ui pwii .t,, i,ui. r.rv,., - Imtista Itself. Iteaaon to aome extent then oeeka onntrol. At thl point can did aialwenta by the employer will or dinarily bo candidly reoetved. Uy them the wage-earner may be made to seo moro rUarly the condition that riguutle wageo. and which, wisely or tiHwIiely hooded, make to their em ployers the difference between lo and a reasonable profit tttat la as Justly the ewnloyrr'a duo aa aro roaaonable wara to tho wage-earner. Of coune the rordlal acojutoaeonc of the work iHgtnan In tho aUttemonts wade de IAii whally on their bollitf In Ike trntntuliMM and moral tntoxrlty of their oMnwyers. Hard, gnwulng am 9m nioren are nlway. distrusted. They ""'' ' ' t7ZL . . m ' , , MM -., one year. After tut time sne will as- elmnly reap whnt they have sown. J ( k miUoM cipe w (p The title of the king of Spain sug- m4 at th end of the aecond year put Boot a largo port of the hlatory at the whatever color sh may drslro. world. He t king of Jerusalem.whlah A daughter wear rrap mourning" I Turkleh. of Navarre, whleh Is for six month, all bla ka for wix mor., French, of (llbf altar, which Is llrltlsh: and then. If she wlahes, puts on colore, and of the U(t and Wt ludle. which I The aame rule applle to a slater, while aro largtly llrltlsh; Duke of llrabant , a dhtUnt relatlv or friend wear "cojh and Count or riander. now the two 1 Jiltmentary wourHlng. alt black for Independent kingdom of Holland and.thrw raoilthe. llelglum; end sovereign of numerou. The stinly crimped net which at one othr Und leng date Independent or WOfn nl,l,lc "wk ml Yfl!!g under the undliputed away of other & vrltlowe I no longer u . In (s powers. He besrs upon 1.1s person, 1 Mead fine lawn euffs and collars, millo Indeed, an tpttoma of th glory oa "P. th( bv "K '"ns measuring the fall o( Spain. iBt;u le the fJ I roller Is a little lets, and bastid la ITV 'PHW OI)M rnilXin? ' iAiN U LUJliMMl. I I QUBBn and aumous AND EVENTS. TIIINQS tilting m atiiMRHilill Party Name QHtrr ttntlont Alimit Mourning lltlijiirlte About Allii-iiMii .Malitrni HtilnUncM ta III Human Sotr. A Voire (rum the Writ. London HtaMnffl. Mareh K: "The Am Mr n mind ho lately grown familiar with the Idea of ee-operatwn 'joiween Rngland and the Untied Rial. Hverr day bring I reek Tkltnc ( ike mm- thy rit ror rtnland in thl country.' -TfrMi (pom New Tofk. I. Wliil l lb voice I boar an ih wiml of '.no Welrn aVo? entlnel! I la ten .row out Pai Cleor. And or wbt the Vote may be. " 'Tl a ptfiurt free t'eofrie railing loud lo a I'tople Irtoud and fr," II. ' And II ay lo thein. 'Klnaman. hftilt W eevered hat hn too km it; Mow lt u hav don with a worn-out tal. Th tale of an ancient wrong. And our friendship lam long a lav doth lal. and I mronatr ihan Itn I Strong.'" III. Answer them, gon of the mlf-oam race, And blood or ih aelf-aaine rian, It u upnk with f et'h other, face lo far. And anawer a man lo man, And loyally love and irini each other, aa none but fc men an. IV. Mow, fling i hem out to tho broaao, HIiHinrtirh. ThlPtle and lloee! And Ih Riai -Riianalnl Manner unfurl with thi-w. A meeeagc to friend and foee, Vhrvr tho ail of I'eaeo are eeon, and whrrvr Ih War-vlml Mown. V. A meaaage to bond end thrall lo wake, Tor whrvr we pom, w twain. The ihroor of Tyrant thall rock ami quaKe, And hla menace b void and vain: Kor you aro lord of a atrong young land, and w aro lord of the taiilit. VI. Ve. thl I th Volee on th bluff Mnreh Hale: "We evretl have been toe tang: Hut now we have dono with a worn-out tal. Th tal of an ancient wrong. And our friendship lat long a Iaivo doth laat. itntl b mroHxer than liath I 8lronn." -Alfred A net In. (iiting ii KiiitintBHiiiii ru r if. Tho latest thing In social futiollona Ii the inlimKUmll party, nnd It Is real ly a very enjoyable affair. There should bo twenty-eight or ihlny-two peraon preaent In ortler to preserve the "har monlea" of the ocrailou. Small card tables inuat bo arranged as In what Is known a "progrewlvo euchro." allow ing for four guttata at each table. These tablea aro arranged arcnrdtui; to the old Jingle, Solomon Oniinly: (1) Horn on Mmulny; (2) at whonl on Tuoaday; 13) In love on Wmluemlny): (I) nmr rlwl on Thursday; (5) n father on Trl- day; (A) sick on Snturdny; (7) dlwl on Sunday, and thua ends tho life of Solo mou Orundy. i no urn two rottpira arriving are given Monday card. Theao may lis decorated by htind painting or pan work, w'Mi either n haby'i hand or tome nf the Implement of "wash ilHy." There four nit nt Monday' tnble and play "lickntraw." Tuesday' quartet lmvo cards decorated with aame dealgn to aiiRgeat either a achoolboy or "Ironing day." The game. known aa "the fish Iiond" I particularly appropriate for the schoolboy or Tueaday table. Wed neaday's card are to be rmbelllshsd with Ctuplils. heart and arrow, whlb lite game of "i heike" I the one for this table. Thursday'a carda have two hands clasped, or the "oak nnd vine," while tho game nf "tlddlcdywlnka" may bo used. . Friday, either a broom to ugHOt sweeping day, or a rattle mid baby's sock are appropriate dec orations. The name, "crnkluole." Saturday n plate of cookie for "bak Ing day" outlined on the cards. Tho gam, "parch!." Sunday, a wrtnth nf (lower upon ea h card. The game of "authors." If an additional tablo I deelred thW may be the salmaguudl tabl. Tlia card decorotlnu onion, llih, radlilus or any of the Ingredient nf thl dish A noon a the gueais aro aeated at their respective tablea the gamo begins, fifteen minutes aro allowed for play lug. when the order cornea to change. The oniplo which wins or I moat ad vanced In the gamo mnvea up one ta bib. Those holding Mondny card go In Tuesday' table, but In oach fjimrtet that couple most behind In the gnme re lain It place. They rliang tlma every nitean mm j uleg dro,M,K their game Just whera It i,,,wBg t0 n, Rni uicKing up uie nox gamo jui wuere tne two who iibvo moved on have left It. Whenever tho hostess thinks best a bait Is railed and the records taken. The couple who made th grat-t number of forward move receive prliee. wblle the "partners" who have done the moot sitting will receive some form ot "consolation" prises. lithium of Mourning. Rngllak Mourning, e ootid.. I by smart mantua maaot to be In the b ai taaie. ta heavier than before, hut Is worn for a charier Urn. A widow hould wear her crape, Henrietta c!t'i. . . . I I HUnMli. . MH , ... sleeves ml nwk after tho fathlon 8f ma -turnow rollnr. and cuffs. These, it must be remombored, aro worn exclusively by widow, and th throe cornered cap I nindo to match. Of cotirao, the ft Hula and acquaint ance at the bereaved should leave card at the door vtlth their condol ence written upon them, hut only thoeo connected by ilea of blood or Ih most Ultimate friend hould ever auk to co tlitHio In grief. They aro at home, anil many women, restrain)) by their tortiplca of mi Hi and honesty, nro forced to aeo li:oughtle caller, when It I far from nlonam, It not nlmtilutely painful. All enrda of Inquiry are rccognltcd by n return card, black hordorod, and should ho sent within ion dnya ator the reception of the card of Inquiry. Letter of condolence have almost en- tlrol) given way to personal cards, and those In jrlof nro not expected to nn swor Httrh tcttor. except by tho roturn of pnetobnnrd. Hugltih rimtoin re quires a special blok bordered card for this iiurparo, ongrtivotl Himowhat ns follow: "Mrs. Illank wlnhoa to thank you far your kln6nn In mnklng In qulrle nbout hor." Tho name, of ciiureo, I to be filled In. The envel ope mod should bo black bordered and fit the card. While crepe la worn formal visits aro never jialil, Invitations never ac cepted. A woman can not glvo evidence of worno Ineto than by wearing a long crape vol! to a plnoo of nmusemont, while crape on tho dancing tloor I nn abomination loo Rrent to bo consid ered. Whon crnpo I tnld nsldo hlsck-lior- dcrcd paper gooa with It. Till paper has regular nuntbers; Hint used uy dntlghtora nnd slaters la known to the xtntlonem aa Nn. 1, by n mother that known a No. n, while n widow mo No. . All Jewelry Is out of taste In mourning. Alhrnlitii MmIiIvim. Woman of today nro apt to forget thut their slttora of nnclout tlmos wero Important factors In tho world of sci ence, centuries before "tho now wom an" was over dreamed of. Aa fr bark na H00 II. C. Agondlco, n fair Athenian maiden, dlgulnd hersolf na n man and attended tho mcdlonl school, whteh It wn naturally ngnlut tho law for women to do. She aftorwnrd prac ticed among the womon of Athona with extraordinary Miccota. Hut when lie r.ecrot wn know, alio was proaecutcd for tiiilyliiK nnd practicing modlclne Illegally. The Athenian womon, how ever, ralced aurh objection to her proaecutlon that tho law waa reprnled. As early hh 1402 women ohtnluod tho degree of doctor of medicine. In tho Moorish universities of Spain. Tor- tuln of lluggloro In the eleventh ten- tury Imd n ICurnpcnn rcputntlnn. nnd practiced lu Salerno. IDnrly In the fourteenth century Dorothy Ilocchl not only received tho degro of doctor, but wn prnfeeror of modlt'luo lu the fam ous university of Ilnlogun. Anna Man roIIiiI and Maria delle Donne oceup'ed cluilra lu tho same university In 1709. Siili(iiu'i In llm Nnip, A kernel of corn or n pou or othor smnll substance guta Into a child's iimo and the problem Ih to remove It. Wo would suggest the following method as effectual In accomplishing the object dcalred: Inject Into the free nnatrll with n rommoii ay Huge n stream of te pid water. The aide of the nostril should be cloned around the p'dnt of the syringe to prevent a rellux of the water. I'se a moderate degree of force and the atrcam will make a circuit through the posterior nasal cavity and paa out of the opposite iiMtril, dis lodging the foreign aiibatnuco. A more simple method I thl: The patient take a "deep breath," thou cloaca his mouth and the free umlrll and forces his breath through tho obatructed not trll. If the child Ih old ouough to do It perfectly he mny blow out tho com or pen or whalovor hna found a lodg ment In the nasal passage. IIUiii in k Well Nilplillnl with (llgara. Iondon Morning header: l'rlnro nit march has been oxuberanlly auppllod with cigars for tho next twelve months. Itach of the 138 cigar factorloa In lla vmia manufacture a special article, which it calls a "lllimarck cigar." In eighty ot theso factorloa the cigars nio alike lu shupo and alto, but In the other forty-olKht factorlee forty-eight differ ent sort of lllimarck cigar are pro duced. An admirer of the old atateti man collected ten airimena of each variety made In Havana and forwarded them to the derman ex-clinncvl'.or on his laat birthday. April 1. The miiiu facturer. when they underatood the destination of the i Igara. auppllod them gratuitously, and In inim a e packed them In exielleni box, with SaUer- Ina lusTlntlons to the neiabl miiki-r. Tnt fur I he fHrrlgHer. Nashville America!) : A recent writer lu China describe the profewlotwl (ha-aeic of tea- "He et hlmaeit to collect from thrviit of fotelgners or native, and from the reilturaut and tea aloons the Ion that hav Iteen already used, gad lo dry them, cook tbem and mix thorn with Imiti tloua of the genuine Isaf. This process completed, he next add plrklngi, duit and weeilng from the let factory, and ttiliM th whole with foreiin ma terlsl. so aa lo lend It a healthy sur face hue. Uetly he perfumes th lot with some sweet smelling (lower-the rbleranUiS, oIsn, aglaln and othori. and thus provide n cheap fragrant and polluted cup for the humble oanaumor abroad. Waterloo Vrleran, M. Victor Unlllot, who died In Franco recently, wm ald to be the list of the Waterloo veterans, lie entered the Ftcmb in; ta ISU. DAlItY Am POULTRY. iNTcnnsTiN'3 oMAPTRna ron oun iu'ral nuADcns. I,; How gurrrttfnt Farmer Oprrnte ThU Ilrpartinrnt of Hi I'ariii A Ym Hint at lo tli Vara of Mt Stock and 1'oultry, I'niillry Kate. Toullry raising hnt at last begun to be recognized by farmers as being a prominent feature of agriculture. Tho Increasing domnnd for nil products ot tho poultry farm, even In the bad times, has demonstrated that tho hen Is mighty as n commercial factor. Tho cttabllshmcnta that nro manufacturing Incubators ore finding their trado ever expanding. Tho demand for early chicks among the hotel nnd rctnu rants Is Increasing fast, for tho very r eo ton that our cities aro Increasing fait In population. It Is believed that mnny chicks In Incubator die by reaiau of bad air In the CRh chambers. It Is neceaenry that this air bo pure nnd bo frequently changed, or, what Is better, mndo to circulate through the Incubator. It la tnld thnt tho embryonic chick Is oxy genated; that l, ha n supply of oxy gen furnished, through pore In tho tholl and from tho nlr outitdo of tho coll; that there I a constant ex change going on of oxygen from the cubators aro placed In dump, closo cel lar, where there I no circulation of air, and If tho egg boxes arc alro closed ro thnt there can bo no cgreae and In gress of oven the Impure nlr ot the cellar, whnt can wo cxptct as to re mits of tho hatch? Without doubt many chick that nro air and ot carbon from tho egg. If In born wcnkly aro o born on account of certain condition mrroundlug tho hatching period. Without doubt the trouble Is with lack of vitality In the egg, nut It mny bo a often duo en tirely to want of forethought on tho part of (ho person controlling tho hatching operation. Many a chick Is inhered Into life with poorly oxyge nated blood, and feel and shows tho woaknes for long months. In many case tho egg ha becomo moared with greano or with broken egg that hermetically seal tho pores ot tho egg nnd provont tho tree operation of the law, of nature. In the face ot such obstacle tho chick come out of tho ihelM and for n time aoem llko other nnd htalthlor chloka. Hut uoncr or later their digestion break down and they fall over and die. Tho poultry man must. expect to have mnny lomo from uth munch, and will not bu uble to avoid them by any moan. Heat It absolutely neccspary for the dovclapmtnt aa well a tho hatching of the chick. Tho hen I a nicely ar ranged mnchlno that Is automatically rogulatcd. o far is heat I concerned. She glvra hor chlckn nlwnya tho same amount of hont. To lcavo chick whoro they will bo cold for hours nt a tlnio frequently result In donth. At a hIiow last fall a certain Incubator company gavo the writer n number of now-born chicks to take home and rnlso by hand. Having no proper apparatus for regu lating tho hont, It wn found lmpolblo to supply n stoady hent of tho degree required, and both cbtck succumbed In n abort time. Chicks raited under the hen In the spring while tho weather Is still cool should bo carefully pro tectod. Kmir .tilth fur I'liullry, To Tho Farmer' Ilevlew; A recent number of The Fanner' Review con tained an article on feeding sour milk ta poultry na though It wan something new. Tho question was asked "If any of Its rondors are feeding milk nnd curds, and tho roults." A to lla ef fect on fowl coulluod In yard nnd house I cnunot nnwor, a I have never tried it. My fowls hnvo tho run ot an olghty-ncro farm, with It variety of Yood. For moro than a scoro of yoan they hnvo had all tho "clabber" and curds I could give thorn, with only bcnollclal rotult. Thoro Is nothing young turkey llko bettor or makoa thorn grow like It. Tho first two wcoks I fsod young turkoya stale broad, soft ened In sweet milk. Aftor that my dour milk Is put on tho tovo until tho curd farms, when tho wlioy Is strained off and ennrso com men! 1 stirred In and (cabled. When cold It Is fed to tho turkey three or four time a day. They will soon pick tho curds boforo oatlng tho mesh. I have novcr seen any evil effect from it. though some very wise contributor to the farm pa per say sour mill; should never bo toil ta any animal, not even to hogs. Won &r it ho over oata cottage cheoco? aunt iiAititinrr. (Tho quory ntkod was not aa to fowl Ing sour milk, but on tho feeding of aoiiu curd, made hard for that purpose. Tb object of the question was to II nd out If the constant feeding of such a htosey food would not have sonio harmful effect en the dlgeetleu ot the fowle,-lw. F. It.) The AhU-C4h- U Ahmad. In connection with tho antl-ealor oleomargarine law whleh has Just been pronounced unconstitutional. It Is In teraatlng to note that In the February lfuo of V. ; eoniMilar report, atton tlon of exporters In the United State la called to the antl-ealor oleoma rear tne law now In force lu the Island ot Martinique. In order to save ahlp per serious trouble, Consul Tucker draws attention to the following points of the law: 1. Oleomargarine will ho aecoptod it It doc not contain moro than 10 por cent of butter. 2. Oleomargarine must be while or nearly sothat Is, It must not contain a slnglo partlolo of foreign coloring matter, such a saffron, etc. S, The cue mutt show on their four Idea Id plain letter the word "oleo margvln;" the cans must bear the word, etomnlod or printed on their ear face, ana have ft pasted label showing the exact analysis ot tho oleomargarine therein contained. Tho above require ment, aaya Mr. Tucker, mutt be com piled with, aa the law Is strictly en forced. Shipments havo been received which tho exportora dcolarcd wcro puro but whleh wcro rejeoted on account ot tho yollowlsh color. Tho consul also emphasizes tho fact that tho Invoices ahould glvo tho composition ot the goods, and that tho word margarine or oleomargarine, should bo used In all bill, rrcolpts, etc., connected with too importation of tho article no quotes tho following provisions ot tho law: "in tho retail trade, tho margar ine or oleomargarine mutt be delivered In tho form of n cubo nnd with a stamp on ono of Ita face, cither margarlno or oleomargarine, and wrapped in an onvelopo bearing In conspicuous anu Indelible character tho tamo designa tion, ns welt as tho natno and address of tho dealer." It tho provisions ot this law aro en forced, tho people ot Martinique enjoy a protection ngalnit fraudulent Imita tion ot butter that the United Stale government falls to guarantee to Ita cltlron. Kvcry wcok thousands of pounds ot oleomargarine colored In Im itation of butter nro exposed and sold In Chicago under tho label, "lilgln creamery buttor." Dill' Note. No manufacturer ot commercial goods con hopo long to succeed It tho mnchlnory uicd In his butlncs Is ot low capacity. Ho must havo machines that wilt turn out work as fait a his competitor. Tho tamo In tho caio with the dairyman. A cow Is moro or less of a machine Tho raon that have tho best cows will conllnuo to make money and the ones that havo tho poor cow ! will continue to loio It. There Is no telonce thnt makes It postlblo for a dairyman to make money with poor cows. Cows with sores on their tcatn or udder should never bo allowed to con tribute milk for uto by humans. It la better to dry tlxim up or to dlipoto ot thorn nltogether. It tnket honer.ty and principle to do thl. It Ii always a groat temptatloa to allow such ani mals to cantlnuo ta contribute to tho supply of milk. It tho cow Is to be kept In milk tho milk should be at least thrown away during tho whole period of troublo with tho soro. Milk, being a great medium ot contnglon, may carry some ot tho worst dlteaio to tho liu uin n fnmlly. Little by llttlo wo are awaking to the faet that many ot tho dUenics common to our cow nro also common to tho human family. Whether tho cow got tho dlteaio from man or man from the cow will novcr bo known. Wo first found that amall-pox was common to our cows under tho mild form of cow-pox. In our own, day wo havo found that consumption 'In hu man is in cows wuai wo tutu tubercu losis. Slnco the.no two diseases nro common to both, may it not bo that wo will nnd tho llt of iiuch disease con stantly expanding. Thcso facta should bo n warning to all having charge of cattlo, to tiro tho greatest of precau tions, both lo prevent dlseaue being transmitted from tho cattlo to tho hu man fumlly, and also from tho humnn family to tho cattlo. Far this reason a person having consumption should not bo allowed to havo tho chnrgo ot or to work around cattlo. Tho consumptive iplts on tho bam floor nnd tho spittle dries up, the animal breathing It n fow hour later. Wo fear that this sldo ot tho question I lot night of, whllo wo guard agalutt human Infection from tho cow. "Ilrnutaleil" llullrr, The I'onusylvnnla dopartmont of ngrlculturo ha ngrcod upon tho fol lowing decision rolatlvo to tho manu facture ami salo ot "renovated but tor": Hotter placed upon tho market that Is produced by taking original pack ing stock and othor butter and melt ing tho same, so (hat tho butter oil can bo drawn off, mixed with skim- milk and reclaimed, or If by any sim ilar process thoro 1 produced what is commonly known as "Ilollcd" or "FrocoM" butter, the samo boforo bo lus offorod or oxposcd for sale, shall bo plainly labolcd "Itonovntcd Dutter." It sold In prints or rolls this label thall bo plainly printed In contplcu- on letters on tho wrappors. It paoked In tubs, tho brand shall bo printed In ono Inch lottora on tho top nnd sldoa of tho package. If exposed for tale. uncovered, a placard containing the inbel shall be attached to tho masi In a manuor making It prominent and plain to the purchaser. Levi Wolls. Dairy and Food Commissioner. Improvement In Uniformity. We mike no better butler, no bettor cheete. than our grandmothers did, hut wo make It moro understanding, and bonce more uniformly. When I had to torub and clean tho dairy utentlls for three week beforo the dairymaid would advaneo mo to the position of water ing the cream vat and churn. I did this work thoroughly, beeauio 1 had to. Now. with the bacteriological light thrown on the s'tbjeet by a sclentltt, it I much easier to do thl, beeauio wo understand the reaton for this painful baekaehlng cleanllne. While for year we have known the value ot good curing rooms, whero the maker ha complete control of the temperature and moisture. It Is only lately that our sci entist havo thrown a scientific tight on the subject J. H. Monrnd. The question of fat for show ani mals Is ono that I receiving a good deal at attention nt this time. Some men aay that show cattlo should nl bo Judged by the fat on them, a Is often th ease. The others answer thai only by the fat on tho animals can It bo khown that they have the tendency Infaereut U Uy cn tat and flttk, THftBB HrtnOINHB. IpUndlit (Jnndact of KnglUh Was rraltrd by Unman Noelcty, A recent report ot the Iloyal Hu mane toelety Is moro than usually In teresting. If evidence Is wanted ot the strength nnd courage and hardihood of Hngllsh young women, here It Is with n vengeance, old folks would ndd, rays the Philadelphia Time. The sli ver modal la granted to Mlts Fullorton of Dudhope Terrace. Dundee: of such n heroine every detail Is worth note. MIm Fullorton wn strolling on the Forfarshire coast, apparently, when sho observed a manufacturer In grrnt dlstros nut at sea. We are not told whether she threw off tiny of her clothes, hut slnco the man was seized with cramp nnd wan drowning. It is ta he supposed thnt she did not. Tho distance was 300 yards and tho rra "heavy." but Mlts Fullorton swam out and "exhorting the manufacturer to rctcrvo his pretenco of mind" alto '"holding him up" ho co. oyeA 'ilm tafoly until n boat picked them up mid way. This I somthlng llko n "rec ord." Our father would not hnvo be lieved it possible for n girl to swim a quarter of n mtlo In her clothes through n heavy son, but thl brave young nthleto actually supported a manufacturer who inn to weight as a rule In tho agony of cramp. Mlts Joan Harris ot Ilclfatt also plunged Into tho sen without undrestlng and rescued a grown girl; further clrcum atancea arc not given, but swimmers know thnt It wn a feat, anyhow. Mil Ixiulsa Ilrlght ot Heading, too did not wnito time In preparations when she saw a schoolboy drowning In tho Ken net. It I not many year alnco swim ming wn regarded a a dubious tort of accomplishment for women. NO TASK POR A MERE MAN. llngaglnR n Servant and Hiring a Man Two Dlffcrrnt Kiptrlaucra, Any mnn who has cvor done busi ness nt an Intelligence oiltoo will fret a thrill of sympathy for me, n a re cent victim of that Institution, say lloston Traveler, My wlfo wu mildly lamenting yesterday that fato had driven away the maid icrvnnt and that she would hnvo to get another. I rash ly said that I would do It for her. "There Is an Intelligence office near my office," I said. "I'll run In thero nt noon and send a girl out early In tho afternoon." I went Into the aforesaid Intelligence offlco a I returned from lunch nnd was nt onco absorbed by n roomful nf femnlo. ovory one of whom gated at me suspiciously. I am n I bashful man, but I nerved myself nnd- hognu talking with a young worn in who sat near tho door. "We havo four In our family, myself, wlfo und two children, hot nnd cold water " "Pardon me," sho Interrupted. "I nm looking for a servant mytolf." I npulo glzcd nnd she nlcl;orcd. I then tackled an applicant for a Job. I did not "shed light," for she asked questions. I replied a follow: "Yes four In the family tot tubs hot and cold water In every room thrco miles out ot town my wlfo tako caro of tho chil dren who does tho chamber work? I do. Confound It. Out out." Sho didn't get out. but I did. My wlfo went In tho noxt day nnd hi rod a girl. AN INCH FROM DEATH. Wo were sitting on tho veranda ot our bungalow one evening lu far-off Ilurmah, It. A. and I, enjoying our nft-or-dlnner cheroot. The waters of the bay lapped lazily nt the sands at our feet, for our house wan "bullded an tho sand" of tho thoro. All tho world teemed at poace, only tho plunk! plunk! ot the monotonous night bird In tho Jungle, nnd tho occasional weird nolo of tho Jackal, signaling In tho distance to hla comrade, wero heard. Tho moon had como up from behind n rooky Island Juit over In tho bay. and spread a flood of golden-yollow light over tho nllvor-toppod breakers, roll ing lu over a neighboring coral reef. It wan ao calm and hoautlful that It teemed thnt nil that was wlckod and bad had gone out ot tho world, and y t death lurked Just at my friend's el bow, as ho puffod unconsciously at hla cheroot. Wo had been dlsouislng In a leisure ly manner smoothing that had hap pened nt home. To prove somo point my friend arose, and stretched himself lazily, sauntered Into hi bedroom to got a paper bearing on tho matter we i jin,i j,oon discussing. Usually lights wero placed In alt the bedrooms, buv thl evening, for aame unacrountablo ronton probably tho moonlight- tho servant had not performed his duties. I could hear my friend fumbling about on ma drrstlng-lahle, and then tud dtnly gavo a quick cry of horror and rushed out to tho light. "I have been struck by a snake." ho gasped, and hla fuee was deadly pale. "Where la It? Quick! Show me!" I exclaimed, a I whipped nut a knife. Ho held out hi right arm. There was no mark on the hand, which I ex amined critically, but on the cuff of the shirt wero two tiny scratch-like puncture, and two little globules ot poison sinking Into the starched linen, and leaving a sickly, greenish yellow mark. "You've had n close call, old man " t exclaimed, with a grant sigh of relief "and I think you need a pK to brace up your nerves, but first let u settle the snake." We found him willed up on a small mirror whleh lay on the tnblt . and an ugly looking customer he was, too, ready to strike again. Ho waa a very poisonous make, known na the Deboag Hustelll. but after ray friend had finished with him. it would have been dlltleult for any naturalist to have placed him la bis proper genut.