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in one year 208020 208J 0 mineral water bot bottles bottIes ¬
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tIes 15700 other bottles and ninety ninetyeven ulnet ulnetJeven ninetyCoven
even tous of broken Jlolenglass glass estimated lst IOn ted to torepresent torepresent torepresent
represent 050000 broken bottles worth worthUOOO
3000 ut retail rates were ele picked out outof outof outof
of the refuse tit the destructors The Themarked Thenlllrk Themarked
marked nlllrk d bottles were returned to tho thomakers thomak themakers
> makers mak rs at a penny per dozen while the theothy thootbW theoth
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ri t In Glasgow the corporation Issues Issuesbags Issuesbags
bags to business houses for the collec collection colloetlon colleca ¬
a tion of waste paper the contents being beinggathered beluggathered beinggathered
gathered periodically In this way wayeighteen wayeighteen wayeighteen
eighteen tons of paper are collected collectedweekly collcctedWeekly collectedweekly
weekly and a profit of 200 n year u Is Isrealized Isrealized isrealized
realized Solder is extracted from old oldtin oldtin oldtin
tin cans found among the refuse und uDllis uDllisIOld issold Is IsBold
Bold at a fair price priceA
A Briquette Improvement ImprovementBriquettes ImltrocmcntBriquettes ImprovementBriquettes
Briquettes made with such cements cementsas
IY as dextrin molasses lixiviated cellu cellulose cellulose cellulose ¬
lose or resluate of ammonia have lIu 0 the thofault thefnult thefault
fault of dissolving In water A plan planof Illnnot planof
of making them waterproof has been beendevised beendovlsed beendevised
devised by Richard Bock n Saxon en engineer ongineer engineer ¬
gineer who simply bents the finished finishedbriquettes finishedbrhluettes tlnlslledbrlquettes
briquettes uutll carbonized when they theybecome theybecome theybecome
become quite Insoluble If the cement cementis
is liable to ignite the heating must musttake musttake
11 take place In an airtight case or by bymeans b bI bymeans
I means of hot gases gasesArtificial gnsesI
J a Artificial A ltl tlaclal elal Ver Veraull UM Natural Indigo tndlffoThe I ndlgooThe
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N ing way the heavy Inroads which the theGerman thoGermnn
4 t German factories for the manufacture manufactureof
of artificial artificlali11l1lgo Indigo are making Into tho thoEnglishIndian thoEnglishIndian thel
° l EnglishIndian trade In the fiscal year yearS ear earlS07J8
S w 180798 there were 1330000 13 OOO acres of ofland otland ofland
I 4t land devoted to the cultivation of in indigo indIgo ¬
r digo in India and there was ns produced producedr
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r 100812 hundredweight hundredwel ht In the fiscalI fiscal fiscalear fiscalfear
I t w ° A fear ear 100102 the amount of land so soused soused soq
q 1 used had decreased to 803007 acres acresand ncrosnnd acresr
r I t and the output of Indigo to 121475 1 14j hun hundredweight hundredweight ¬
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HARNESSING THE OCEANInventor OCEAN OCEANInventor OCEANInventor
Inventor Claim lie Can Get Great GreatPovrer GreatPower GreatPower
Power From Breaker BreakerDr DreakerDr BreakersDr
Dr D K Bryson of Plttsburg claims claimssays claimssays claimssays
says the Philadelphia North American Americanto
to have invented a mechanism that Is Isdesigned Isdesigned isdesigned
designed to utilize the force of ocean oceanwaves oceanwaves oceanwaves
waves His Invention Is the subject of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the recent incorporation in Dover Delof Del Delof Delot
of the American Wave Motor company companywith companywith i iwith
with an authorized capital of 1000
000 A demonstrating plant will bo boerected boerected beerected
erected at Atlantic City Cit this year It Itmay Itmay Itmay
may light a pier or Its power may be beadapted bendapted beadapted
adapted In some other way wayIn wayIn Va I IIn
In the demonstrating plant ten buoys buoyswill buoswlll buoyswill
will be located out from the shore the tbefirst thefirst thet
first as near as a depth of about eight eightfeet eightfeet eightI
t I feet of water can be secured and the thorest therest thet
t Y rest at regular Intervals These buoys buoysas Imosas
as they are thrown about and nn upward upwardby
by the waves wa ves will send selu along 150 horse horsepower horsepower ¬
power from mere breakers of about aboutthree aboutthree aboutthree i I
three feet With a six foot breaker breakertwice bleakertwice breakertwice
twice this power will wJ1lbe be ol1tullledI obtained
1 JT Tit r1 mechanism will 111 be anchored anchoredt
t T ri IYS slide up and an down tubular tubular3h
It tit sh terfte ter t itS pushed Juslwd up on theratetJd the thefifth therate
rate ratetJd 111 ih i llfta 1y the pnwae wave allows allowsfifth
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An experiment experlm nt was shown at a are areo arecent rei4 re recent ¬
i4 o cent meeting of the Sanitary Inspect Inspectors ¬
ors association of London by 0 R RDarling Rot itDarling
Darling demonstrating the dissipation dissipationof
of fogs by electricity A heavy fog was wascaused wnscaused wascaused
caused By b burning magnesia wire un under uner under ¬
der er a glass bell in which was Inserted Inserteda
a brass rod connected with an Induc Induction induetion Inductlon ¬
tion coil oU Upon charging this the small smalldust smalldust smalldust
dust particles cohered and fell and the thefog thetog thefog
fog was dispersed The particles joined joinedtogether joinedtogether joinedtogether
together to form flakes resemblingsnow resembling resemblingnow resemblinganow
snow now and fell to the bottom of the jar jarA jarI jarA jarA
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I According to the Lancet a peculiar peculiarglass pecullnrglass peculiarglass
glass disease is said to have broken brokenout brokenot brokenout
out among the windows of York cathe cathedral cathedral cathedrat ¬
dral Some of the thirteenth and four fourjteenth tourcentury foury fourteentb
jteenth teentb century windows have already alreadybeen alreadyl r
y l been removed with the hope that the thespread thespread I I8pread
spread of the epidemic et > which appears appearsito appearsito appearsto
I ISome iSome
ito to be due to a fungus will be arrested arrestedgome
Some of otthe the panes are perforated andeaten and andeaten nndeaten
eaten away to such an extent that the thoglass thealasl theglass
glass crumbles at attbe the slightest touch touchI
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I Chemistry Lateat Triumph TriumphI TriumphlOne
B I lOne One of the latest achievements of ofchemistry otcb ofcbemistry
chemistry cb inistry is tbe discovery of a 1 cheap cheapprocess cheapprocess cheapprocess
process of making a acertnln certain compound compoundthat compoundthat compoundthat
that exists in tea and which has a amedicinal amedicInal amedicinal
medicinal value alue The substance was wasformerlyknown wnsformerly wasformerly
formerlyknown formerly known as theophylline but butis butSa butis
is now nowcAlled called theodne When It is de derived derived derived ¬
rived from the tea plant the price is
403 an ounce ounce Produced by syntheticchemistry synthetic syntheticchemistry I Ichemlatrr
chemistry it tiS is said snidto to cost only 220 220i I IJ
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Raked R lieJl t type for the blind Is usually usuallylooked usunl1yJoo usuallylooked
looked Joo ed1 uponaB upon n as llacompar a a comparatyely felyrec recent recentsuch recantis nt nttI
tI 1t 1 is Jn In thl thieoountry untry In Ino n nt1o
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INGENIOUS CAR FENDERDovico FENDER FENDERDevice F NDeR NDeRDevlco
Device of n Brooklyn Man lra Uni Some SomeNovel SomeNovel SomeNovel
Novel Feature FeatureJohn FeatureJoltu IcnturcaJohn
John Quern of Brooklyn has perfect perfected ¬
ed a trolley car fender combining some someingenious someIngenious someingenious
ingenious features says the New York YorkHerald YorkHernld YorkHerald
Herald The invention unlike many of ofits ofIts ofits
its kind Is almost as effective If itfalls it itfalls itfalls
falls to work as It would be in perfectoperation perfect perfectoperation perfectopcrn
operation opcrn tlon It not only throws the pas passenger passenger passenger ¬
senger out of harms way but bymeans by bymeans byweuus
means of springs counteracts the ef effects effects effects ¬
fects of the collision after the manner mannerof
of some of the Impact breakers em employed emplo emsployed ¬
ployed plo ed oti 0 European railroads railroadsPrimarily 1I1l1ron railroadsPrimarily fI
Primarily 1 > 1111111111 the Invention consists of a aframe nt1l1l11e aframe
frame of hollow tubing provided witbbent with withbent wltbbent >
bent down or hooked hoot < ends which arefitted are arefitted nreI1tted
fitted Into sockets secured to the dash dashboard dasbbomd dashboard ¬
board of the car Along the metal rods rodsglides rodsgll rodsglides
glides gll es tho secondary frame or fender fenderof
of tubing and wire netting which has hasa
a roller on the lower end where It Itstrikes Itstrikes Itstrikes
strikes the ground groundSprings groulldSprIngs groundSprings
Springs are attached to the fender fenderframe telldertrame fenderframe
frame In such u way that when It is is1KB IsTIlE isi isam
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THE QUERN CAB FENDER FENDERdrawn FENDED1rnwn FENDEILdrawn
drawn up off the ground they are attension at attension attension
tension The fender is kept from drop dropping dropping dropping ¬
ping by b means of a 1 hook attached to tothe tothe tothe
the dashboard When theemergency theemergencyrequires the theemergencyrequires emergency emergencyrequhes
requires the motorman either with hisknee his hisknee hisknce
knee or with his hand presses 1 > lel80S a lever leveron leelon leveron
on his side of the dashboard whichthrows which whichthrows whichthrows
throws off the hook and the fender fenderassisted fenderusslsted fenderI
assisted by the tension of the powerfulhelical powerful powerfulhelical
I helical springs drops quickly to the thetruck thetruck thetrack
truck The lIe roller at the end of theframe the theframe thefra1l1e
frame assists the wayfarer out of dan danger dangCI dnnger ¬
ger and the springs which are then thencompressed thencomplessl thencompressed
compressed complessl d react and resist the force forceof forcoof forceof
of the Impact between the fender and andtuo andtlJe andthe
the man on the trackIII track trackIn
I In cases when the motorman has not nottime nottime nottime
time to press the lever which is so con conveniently concnlently convenlently ¬
veniently near the fender section sectionwhich sectionwhich sectionwhich
which when not released Is within a afew af afew
f few w inches of the ground strikes thepedestrian the thepedestrian theI
I pedestrian on the leg and throws him himon 111mon himon
on the net Fatal accidents such as are arecaused arecnuRetI arecaused
caused by the car passing over the theperson tileperson theperson
person arc le thereby avoided although althoughthe
the person run down may mn suffer considerably consid considerably consldelabl ¬
erably elabl more than ho would have done donebad donebad donebad
bad the fender been unlocked in time timeNew
New DreflBlun For Ior Wounds NonudaAttention WoundAttenUon WoundsAttention
Attention is called to a new filmdressing film filmdressing filmdressing
dressing for wounds which it Is pre predicted pmdieted prodieted ¬
dieted Is to supersede the oilskin thin thinmackintosh thinmackintosh thinmackintosh
mackintosh gum elastic and antiseptic antisepticgauze unUsepticgnuze antisepticgauze
gauze now so generally employed In Insurgical InsUlglcnl 1nsurgical
surgical dressings The film Is a cellu celluoi
oi IN ll > derivative Its chief merit lies in inKct
4 sect Kct ct that it can be applied to make makei0j makeeM
i0j eM t 11 I p E tly 13 hermetical dressing and one oneOi ollel1
Oi 1 jflt t the same time transparent transparentIt
n Abe Osondltlon of the wound can canlJ
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It has been discovered according n to ton toa toa
a writer In the Chicago Tribune that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the rose will cure a headache Itsperfume Its Itsperfume Itsperfume
perfume acts as a medicine upon tho thonerves thonerves thenerves
nerves Its color particularly It deep deepred deepred deepred
red soothes the senses through the theeyes theeyes I
eyes and its cleanliness and medicinal medicinalproperties medicinalproperties medicinalproperties
properties generally act upon the systern sys system sstem ¬
tem not only as a curative but as a atonic atonic atonic
tonic tonicThe tonicTl1e tonicThe
The sweeter the rose to the better betterfor bettertor betterfor
for the sweetness of this flower is of ofsuch otsuch ofsuch
such peculiar delicacy that it neithercloys neither neithercloys lIelt1wrclo
cloys clo s upon the nostrils nor palls upon uponthe upouthe uponthe
the senses Other flowers with heavy heavyscent henvyscent heavyscent
scent make one languid but the rose roseis roseis roseis
is invigorating and it Is known now nowtint nowthat I
that the concentrated rose roseUu that > t Is thenatural the thenatural thenatural
natural smell us obtained from roses rosesin roseslu rosesi rosesin i
in great quantities quantit1lswlll will certainly act actupon actupon I Iupon
upon the person as though he or shebad she shebad sbehad
bad been fanned by a breeze breezeThe breezeThe breezeThe
The rose curlst asserts that If the thescent thescont thescent
scent is inhaled directly from tboheart tboheartot the heart heartof
of the flowerit it Is ismore more beneficial to the thepatient thepatient thepatient
patient than though it welo w were o inhaled in baled at atlong atlong atlong
long distance through an essence or an anextract nnextract anextract
extract There are different ways of ofadministering otadminlstering ofadministering
administering the rose medicine The Thepatient TbepatIent Thepatient
patient can can make a pillow of roses rosesOu rosesOu rosesOn
Ou this she should lay her bead tak taking takeIng taklag ¬
ing care care that half a dozen of the tbeblooms tbebloomsare bloomsare blooms bloomsare
are so arranged that they point to toward toward toward ¬
ward the face < In this attitude hernose her hernose bernose
nose and mouth are buried In their tbelrsweetness theirswcctness theirsweetness
sweetness The idea is to go to sleep sleepon
on a bed of roses When you wake up upyour uPyour upyour
your headache will be cured The best bestrose bestrose bestrose
rose is the garden rose as it retains itsred its itsred Itsred
red rose scent without having lost any anything anything anything
thing by being cultivated cultivatedAn
An Antimosqaltp Plant PlantLeaves PlatLeaves PlantLeaves
Leaves of a aplant plant alleged to driveaway drive driveaway driveaway
away mosquitoes have reached English Englishbotanists Englishbotnnists Englishbotanists
botanists from Africa The presence presenceof
of a single plant is stated to clear aroom a aroom aroom
room of the tbepest pest and an Infusion Intuslonot Intuslonotthe ofthe of oftbe
the leaves Ienveshas has been found an effective effectivelubstltute effectiveubstltute effectivesubstitute
substitute for quinine in lnthe the treatment treatmenttfnqsQult
t tfnqsQult mosquito mosquito conveyed malarial D arial feverTbeplant fever feverrbe teverrJ
Tbeplant rbe rJ plant t proves Pro sto tobe to be a aJ u kMot l t tm baMJ baiU baiUWt
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I What are our precious metals Gold Goldand Gol1and Goldand
and sliver you answer That depends dependssays depeudssays dependssays
says the New York Herald If by pre prepiousness predousness pres
piousness is meant the value of the theproduct theroduet theproduct
product roduet In dollars und coats centsOl1r our gold golden golden golden ¬
en rule of measurement lDeaSl1l measurementthen nlenttlllm tlien gold gol and andsilver nUllsll andsilver
silver sll lI are not the precious IJr clou metals lII tals ue according uecOldlng uecording ¬
cording to the recently rec lItJ Issued Is ued report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States geological survey surveyI auneywhicb
I which gives us the money moue value of the theproducts theproducts
products pro ucts wrested from the earths dark darklaboratory dUI dUIlaboratoly darklaboratory
laboratory In 1002 1002The 102I 1002Jhe
The gold the precious yellow ellow metal metalpoured metalpoured metalpoured
I poured from natures crucible In this thisland tblsI thisland
land last year Is valued nt 78000000 78000000and i8OOO000I 78000000and
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and If to this we add the metal value valueof valueof ulueof
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of the silver we have 111000000 But ButI
I what Is that compared with the pig pigI pigiron
I Iron product of the came time which is Isalued isvalued
I valued at 241000000 The Iron pro produced 110duced produced ¬
duced Is more precious than the gold goldand goldand goldand
and sliver combined by b 130000000 130000000Modest 130000000Modest 130000000Modest
Modest copper Indian complexioned complexlouedcopper complexionedcoppel complexionedcopper
copper can put the oriental lined gold goldto goldto goldto
to the blush for last year eur it enriched enrichedua
us In the sum of 87000000 9000000 9000000more UOOOOOOmore 9000000more
more than the value of the yellow ello met metal metnl metal ¬
al Even the base lead that was mined minedis
is onethird the value of the gold goldWhen golllWhen goldWhen
When we get to the minerals used for forstructural forstruetUlul forstruclurul
structural purposes gold and silver arc arcagain aleagnln areagain
again distanced for the building stone stoneclay stoneclay stoneclay
clay and cements that were launched launchedby la1ochellby launchedby
by us Into the channels of commerce commercein
in 1002 are valued nt 182000000 The Thegold Thegold fhogol
gold gol und silver produced In the same samutime samltime sametime
time were 71000000 short of being beingenough beingenougll beingenough
enough to purchase this outputWhen output outputWhen outputWilen
When we go n little deeper eoller and meas measure measure mease ¬
ure the value of the coal petroleum petroleumand
and natural gas that we e purloined from frombeneath tlombenentLt frombeneath
beneath the fruitful breast bn lit of Mother MotherEarth MotherEarth lothelEarth
Earth we find It four times that of all allthe ulltho allthe
the gold und silver taken from the thefame thelme theiamo
fame lme treasure house In the same time timeGold timeOoltl timeGold
Gold In MeteoriteAt Meteorite IeteorlteaAt
At a meeting mc < tlng of the Royal Ho ul Society Hoclet of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New South Wales Mr Ir Llverat exhibit exhibited exhibited exhibited ¬
ed microscopic particles of a yellow yellowmalleable rellowmnlleable yellowmalleable
malleable metal insoluble in nitric acid acidpresenting uclllpresenting acidpresenting
presenting all the appearance of gold goldtaken go11tallcn goldtaken
taken from Australian and European Europeanslderltes El1ropel1nsldelltes Europeansiderites
siderites This suggests an Inference Inferenceof
of great Interest that the great quanlity quan quantity uan uantity ¬
tity of meteoric dust ust Is depositing gold goldon goldon ol olon
on land and sea the dust probably probablyamounting pIobablyamountlug probablyamounting
amounting each year to many thou thousand tbousand thousand ¬
sand tons tonsSMOKELESS tonsSMOKELESS tollsSMOKELESS
SMOKELESS STACKS STACKSPlttsburv STACKSPlthburll STACKSPittsburg
Plttsburv Man Get Patent For a aValuable aValuuble aValuable
Valuable InventionLatest Invention InventionLatest IneatlouLatest
Latest in the field of smokeless stacks stacksIs
Is a Ilttsburg inventor L E Tucker Tuckerwho Tuckelwllo Tuckerwho
who has taken out u patent Any Au stack stackof stackot stackof
of any I1U size six feet or more in height heightcan heightcall heightcan
can he says be made smokeless and andsparkproof andspnrkpIoof andspnrkproof
sparkproof The stack Is equipped equippedwith Ollulpped1th equippedwith
with 1th collars and drip plates running off otffrom offfrom olrtrom
from the edges at varying intervals intervalsfor Intelulsfor intervalsfor
for about half the th height of the stack stackWater stackWntel stackWater
Water Is forced half way up the stack stockby stackby stackby
by Inspirators on small boilers and by bydonkey l1ydonkey bydonkey
donkey pumps on large boilers the thepipes thepipes thepipes
pipes in size being regulated by the theelze tllesize thesize
size of the stuck stuckThe stuckTho stuckThe
The drip plates and collars start from fromthe trowtho fromthe
the bottom Water flows on the drip dripplates dripplates dripplates
plates running over the edges of the thecollars t1l0I thecollars
I collars which drop about half hal an Inch Inchtoward Inchtowm inchtoward
toward the center then passes through througha
a smoke box Into the funnel fUllllell1t at the bot bottom bottom Jottom ¬
tom with a jfcreen creep to prevent tho thosparks thosparks thesparks
sparks from going Into the pipes The Thewater Thowatl Thewater
water Is to be carried off Into barrels barrelsor
or tanks and can be used again and andagain andngnln andagain
again The continual water flow on the thedrip theI thedrip
I drip llp plates prevents rust which was wasfirstthought waffirst wasfirst
firstthought first thought to be Je ah III obstacle to the thousefulness tl10user theusefulness
usefulness user lncss of the invention inventionSmoke inventlonSmoke
Smoke in attempting to pass through throughthe throughtho throughthe
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the flowing water sheets Is turned Into IntoSoot Intosoot intosoot
Soot wbioli Mjls t1111y to the bottom of the theBinoke
smoke box and au i ia curried c jfrri off o by the thewater tbewater thewater
water to the barrels where itrI Itrteea it rl cs to tothe tothe
the top of the water The water of ofcourse O ofcourse
course prevents the escape escu1io of any anyepurks nn nnsparks anysparks
sparks
It is thought says the Brooklyn Ea Eagle Engle Eagle ¬
gle that this device will wllllcrmit permit the use useof useof
of bituminous coal In establishments establishmentswhere
where anthracite has been exclusively exclusivelyused
used Sawdust Sa wl1ust or other waste material materialmight materlnlmight materialmight
might be used and this would result in ina Ina ina
a saving sa Iug of millions of dollars In and andnear andnear andnear
near cities where smoke is a prohibited prohibitednuisance prol1lbltednuisance prohibitednuisance
nuisance
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The U Vies e of Crude OilWhile Oil OilWhile 011While
While much has been said and writ written written written ¬
ten about the sprinkling of oil on roads roadsprincipally rondsprincipully roadsprincipally
principally as a means of preventing preventingdust preventingdust preventingdust
dust the use of the oil in the same S Ule way wayou wayon wayon
on river levees In some parts of theUnited the theUnited theUnltl
United < 1 States is said to have been beenfound beenfound beenfound
found to be an excellent protection protectionagainst protectionagainst protectionagainst
against the burrowings of gophers and andground andground andground
ground squirrels which threaten the thesecurity tbesecullfy thesecurity
security of the barrier raised against againstthe ngl againstthe lnst lnsttbe
the encroachment of the flood waters watersCrude wntersCrude watersCrude
Crude oil says suysa a writer In Cassiers CassiersMagazine CassiersMagazine I
Magazine is so distasteful to these thesepests thesepests thesepests
pests that they shun the ground cov covered covered ¬
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A Coniumptlon Antidote AntidoteThe Antidotehe AntidoteThe
The he medical faculty of Berlin Is prob probing probing probg ¬
ing a peculiar observation to the effect effectthat ettectthat effectthat
that there Is not a single consumptive consumptiveamong consumptivenmoug consumptiveamong
among the Berlin Plaster of Paris ParisWorkers PnrisWorkers ParisWorkers
Workers union ninny members of ofwhich ofwblcb ofwhich
which were consumptive when they theyentered theyentered theyentered
entered the trade but recovered with without without without ¬
out any specific cure Similar observa observations observatIons observations ¬
tions have been made in other cities citiesamong citiesamong citiesamong
among this kind of workers which whlc1l1ead whlc1l1eadphysicians lead leadphysicians leadphysicians
physicians to think that the gypsum gypsumdust gypsumdust gypsumdust
dust kills the germs or prevents such suchfrom sucbtrom suchfrom
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The Ltc conversation turned on yellow yellowfever yellowtCCl yellowtevcr
fever and an I gave gn my m experience experienceI
I brought up In the harbor of Havane Ha Havana IIuVII1I11 ¬
vane one fine day nr In June first mate mateof I11lteof mateof
of n trim little bnrh In those days daysthnre dllJsthnro daysthere
there wns 18 a yellow fever hospital hospitalthere lI08pltalthCIl hospitalthere
there and In the season merchant vessels ves vessels Cs Csslls ¬
sels crews were elO taken by M I Jacques Jacquesat
at a t so much a head by U contract It Iftaken Ittuken Ittaken
taken nick they were cured or killed killedgenerally killedgomrnll killedgenerally
generally the latter In tter without further furthercharge turtLterchl1lJ furthercharge
charge t but It no contract was 18 made madewhy madewhr madewhy
why you paid by b the day but If ill gu guto glJto goto
to the hospital you OU must by a Spanish Spanishordinance Spanishordinance Spanishordinance
ordinance ordinanceWell ordinanceWell ordinanceWell
Well you see our boys commenced commencedto
to go under und r first one and then another anotheruntil anotheruntil anotheruntil
until I had hardly hm ly any nn one left and to tocnu toemi toeau
cnu emi tfcic tbl i ° rt I twas was lugged off myself myselfto m slf slfto
to the Begins They lht > bi broke ke the fever feveron tevelon feveron
on me when I begun to got lt so SOu so uutftrj uutftrjI utimlg utimlgI IIt IItI
I could have hu re eaten a donkey dOli Iter I think thinkbut thinkbut It Itbut
but It was tlS no use Soup gentlemen a avery 0el avery
very el little bread and that was nil I Icomplained IcowIJlalnll Icomplltinetl
complained to the house surgeon lIe Hespoke lIespolw lIespoke
spoke of relapse fatal fatnllesu1ti results etc but butI
I was l1S not satisfied sa tlsl1lll with that BO I Iwatched Iwntched Iwatched
watched my chance and got ot n piece of ofcake otcale ofcake
cake one night at 12 1 oclock I Never eI did didanything didallthlllg didanything
anything taste so good Then I went to toBleep toskep tosleep
Bleep BleepOld
Old Down Below as the th sailors sailorscalled 811110lsculled sailorscalled
called him used to come round every everymorning everymorning
morning at 10 oclock and when hllI he en entorod ellhllll eutelCll
torod my Ward md I was the first one he hevisited hevisited
visited visitedYou visitedYou 11 lt ed edYou
You have Ita e been eating cald he h I Idenied Idcnlml Ideuled
denied It but he didnt believe b lItHtJ me W and andpassed findlJUtscl andpndscd
passed lJUtscl on with the cheering remark remarkthat lemulltt11l1t remurkthat
that I was ns a dead man I laughed laughedbut laughedbut
but soon after a Itlr I began L gull to feel queer queerThe quclrfhe queerThe
The servant looked very rr Impertinent Impertinentand
and a nd I became oblivious to all surround surroundings ti1llOUlldInl surroundlugs ¬
lugs Inl In my III attempt to correct him himl himlIvcn
l blCnme lIvcn Il1I conscious that t hn t evening eveningwhen ccnllljrwlleu eveuiuugwhen
when some oily o u ii4 lifteil ii t l up my 1I1 eyelid I cllct and allt
then said Take him oU no o use useIt 118 118It useIt < >
It Hashed on me In a second that Jhey Jheywere JIIl JIIlwere Jlieywere
were to take me out to die Wlieu liO liOor jJ 7t30or
or 800 are dying dally dllll they t11l cant waste wastetheir wflHtetheil wastetheir
their time with them thelUnt at least they theythink tll tllthlnl theythink
think they the cant I had seen many 1Ilnl1 go gothe gothe o otl1e
the same road and they the never came cameI calliI
I back So I felt the cool night breeze breezefirst tJlel71filSt breezefirst
first and then thit sensation that Is in indescribable Indtscrlbaule indescribable ¬
describable but inseparable from u udcadhouse 11dendhouse udeadhouse
dcadhouse I was put down on my mystretcher 1U 1Uehetcher mystretcher
stretcher and left there to die and I 1knew Iknew Iknew
knew It Pretty Prett soon they the brought in inanother IIIanother inanother
another one onlIle he was r 1 rsI i Ing Ingund and then thenanother thel1I1llother thenanother
another one In the sun 81i Midltlon We Wewere WlweN 1Vewere
were given up and tin tb us no time timeto timeto timeto
to waste on us The Ilia tie t in his hisdelirium IllsdelhlulU hisdelirium
delirium managed manage to get ucss vs IS uiy uiybody illYlJod mybody
body lJod and there died My i brain a newer newerwas vei veiwas el elwas
was so clear as It was that night and andafter nn nnuftel andafter
after the other one was dead which whichsoon whichsoon whichsoon
soon happened I lived my m life over overagain oerlignin overagain
again againThe ligninThe againThe
The old songs I used to slug came cameback ca1llbnck cameback
back to me and 1 could sing tliniu so soto soto soto
to speak Internally Intelnall Scenes long for forgotten torgottEn forgotten ¬
gotten passed In review und after I Ihad 1hud Ihad
had gone ol1e through It all I thought that thatIt thatit
It was years CIIIH that I had bn lain there it itdeemed Itslel11ld itseemed
deemed so long since I had left the thebark theuUIIRO timebarkso
uUIIRO bark no long since I had heard any anyone an anon anyone
one on speak Gentlemen I lived 10000 10000years 10000yeurs 10000years
years that night I could feel my m hand handagainst haUllaeulnst handagainst
against my side as R you OU feel with your yourhand your1Innd yourhand
hand asleep as you term It I could couldfeel couldteel couldfeel
feel the dead dea man across me as though thoughhe
he were pressing some one else and andthen andthcl1 andthou
then by and by n slight roseate hue huetook huetook huetook
took my m eyelids What was It 1 could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not open them Was It the translation translationof
of f the soul to the other the great un unknown unknown unknown ¬
known world beyond the dark river riverI rer rerI
I thought so I was not afraid I Ithought Ithought Ithought
thought I am dead deadThe deadThe deadThe
The hue became morfe mor intense IntenseIt IntenseItwas it itwas
was the sun sunnnd and with it cume c me the car carSrlers carriers carrIels ¬
riers of the dead ead Men Mendy dying lngwltb g with yel yellow yellow yellow ¬
low jack must be burled urlcd soon and so BOthey sotbey sothey
they bury early those th K woo w 0 die during duringthe durlllgthe duringthe
the night I was the flrstvln first In I Iwo I would yrouldbe wouldbe 1d 1dbe
be the th e last out outI > nt ntItI b bI
ItI I h heard ard tlfeBtepin t first ste he a C Ctbe pe Defrost Defrosttbej r si sithey
they tbe Iwcame b caple fainter la tiieirsi tLieIi 4c 4cIf a fct yea
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and as they tIle became louder In their tht > lr lId advnnce tidvance lIdnnce
vance I felt the stretcher lifted 11ft ell up the theoscillating tueoscll theotcilhtting
oscillating oscll hi tlng motion as they thl bore nee nioalong mo101lg neealong
along when like a flash of lightning lightningcume light lightningcame IIlng IIlngcamu
came the conviction that I was 18 not notdead 1I0tdend nutdead
dead 1 could not move I tried In vain vnluto vainto 1I1n 1I1nto
to open my 1II eyes I prayed that thn t they theywould tilerwould theywould
would cast their eyes upon me but lfelt 1 1felt 1tllt
felt they thl would not 1 could not see seebut seebut seebut
but I knew they the were not looking at atme atnle atme
me I have 1111 U heard the word Old agony agonyused agonyl1sed agonyused
used gentlemen but I never appreci appreciated aPlweclnted appreciated ¬
ated It until that moment I never felt feltthe felttile felttime
the meaning of It until then Was I to tobu tobe tobe
be burled alive How long before It Itwould Itwoulll itwould
would be over Would they thl walk over overmy Olrm overmy
my m head and nn could I then hear them themOld themDid themDid
Did the earth transmit sound vertical vertically IltlenlIy ¬
ly as well lll as horizontally hOllzontnll And nd how howlong howlong howlong
long before It would be all overAt over overAt oerAt
At last one on currier made UlU l a 1 misstep misstepthe nllsstlptIle missteptime
the stretcher canted to one side and andmy andW andmy
my W head dropped down They Time noticed noticedthat notlcdthnt noticedthat
that then my face They dropped thestretcher the thestretcher tillphetchel
phetchel stretcher and went away awu Soon the theHurjji thelI
Hurjji lI 3 hll i an Mine camefake MineTake IIIIO IIIIOTnltl
Take tilnri him ° ° c cl Sflfd spline he Ill try trywhat tlYwhn trywhat
what t I can do doI
1 had no pulse My M heart did not notbeat notbent notbeat
beat They lLtl poured something down my mythroat lII lIItIJIont umytlmeoat
throat It cut Its way wu down do vim irtko a athread 0thrond atluead
thread of fire It Increased III dimen dimensions 111IInslonsthat ditncnslousthat ¬
sions slonsthat that warm feeling feellngaml and soon In Ina Inn toa
a plea pleasant nnt swoon 1 lost all sense of ofeverything otlel ofeverytlmhig
everything lel tlJllIg I awoke a awoke toward evening eveningami eveuiuganti
anti could open my UI eyes eyl I could move moveWhen mocWlwlI move11heti
When the surgeon spoke 8 1 > 0 kl be merely merelysaid 1UtIclylJuld merelysuit
said lJuldII
II You were saved 8a ed by fifteen feet my myboy1 myJI mybuy
buy boy1 boy1j JI JII
j In two weeks lelul I was US aboard the ship shipagain HIIIIlignin shipagain
again and I was the only one left or offifteen or1Jftlll1 orfifteen
fifteen fifteenI
I I did not feel It yet et the horrible horriblething llOrrlhhI
I thing thin I had gone through thluu h until they theyreported the thelCPOItcll theyrepotted
reported the death of the captain captainDied cllptnlnDlc captainDied
Died Dlc In the deadhouse they UIl said saidBurled fifiltIBurled saidBuried
Burled this morning Then I got ot out outof outof outof
of my m berth gentlemen and 1 believe believeIf I IIf
If ever n sincere prayer lIra e1 was offered to tothe lothe totime
the throne of heavenly hen enl grace rnee It was wasmade WIISnllule wasmade
made that night nl bt on board bonl that vessel ssel In Intbu Intbt inthe
the harbor of Havana HavanaTKffrxSEWING na HavanaTH anll anllTHSEWING
TH TKffrxSEWING THSEWING fsSEWING MACHINEVnwuceesRful MACHINE MACHINEVtiMDCoeMnful MACHINEVllllncttdul
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The technical beginning bfthe r the sewlug sew sewing sevIng ¬
ing machine machine Industry ludustr In this cfaiitf cfaiitfwas coUiitvwns cou t twas
was Sept 10 184G when Kilos Howe HoweJr HoweJr HoweJr
Jr obtained a patent for what grew grewInto grewInto grewluto
Into the first It milly Iull practical sewing sewingmachine sewlllgmachlnt sewhmgmachine
machine Only Onl three tl1t c of the first Howe Howemachines Howemodllllls Howemaclines
machines were made however and andone audoue amidone
one of If these was deposited In the pat patent lltcut patent ¬
ent olllce In Washington as a model modelIt
It was not until after 180 flint a taetory tae factory tnctory ¬
tory for the making of sewing ma machines 111achlne machines ¬
chines was a8 built so the enormous bust business ulisinC8S bustness ¬
ness of today tolla bus grown up In a short shorthalf sllorthalt shorthalf
half century centuryWhile CllItlll CllItlllWhile centuryWhile
While Howes Invention In entlon marked the thebeginning tbobl thebegin
begin beginning bl ll1nlng ing of a successful IHlccess ul Industry he hewas l1eWIIS hewas
was by h no means the pioneer In et efforts ettOltS etforts ¬
forts to substitute mechanical meeha1 lcal for hand handsewing hnudsowln humidsewing
sewing sowln As far fa l buck as 1770 1 Thomas ThomasAlsop ThomasAlsop lhomatAhO1
Alsop patented In England a machine machinefor lUachluetor nmucimlnetor
tor embroidering Another machine machinefor
for embroidering In a loom was invent invented luented invented ¬
ed by b John Duncan In 1804 and twen twentyfive twelltrft tweumtyttve ¬
tyfive trft e years enrs later lu tll another Englishman Englishmannamed EugllsllmnnDauled Englishmannamed
named Hellmnu patented utlll another anotherembroidering nnotLtIrelnUrllflellng anotheretnbroidertng
embroidering machine macllueThe machineThe m lhlne lhlnefhe
The first recorded attempt nt me mechanical mechnulcnl mechaltlcal ¬
chanical sewing was the Invention of ofThomas otT1IoIDas ofThomas
Thomas Saint who took out a patent pateutIn
In England In 1700 1 iOO for a machine which whichexecuted whichexecutell wbicbexecuted
executed the old crochet stitch It Itwas ItWIIS Itwas
was not nota a success but some of the thefeatures thcteatu1es thefeatures
features of the Saint machine appear appearIn
In the perfected machine of today todffyBartholemy todli todliBartholemy todayBartholemy
Bartholemy Thlmonnler patented In InFrance InFrance inFrance
France In 1830 the first sewing ma machine m mchino machine ¬
chine put to practical use Eighty of ofhis othis ofhis
his machines were in use Ul for sewing sewingarmy sewingnrmy sewingarmy
army clothing In 1841 wiicn a mob de destroyed 1tPstrod dostrayed ¬
strayed them because convinced they theywould tbeywould theywould
would drive drlv seamstresses scnmRtleSSetlout put of otel otelplo em employment eiit eiitployment
ployment plo D1ellt Thlmouuler built bulitn new WRI WRItter niv nivbetter and andbetter
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to perfecting every everychine Clt Cltchhw even 1 1chhH
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