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r Milton Clifford was born and lived livedrich lIedrich livedti
ti rich Tim only tiling that had ever evertroubled ecrtroubled eltrrtroubled
troubled him was that his wife whom whomhe wllOmbe
1 he devotedly loved was In delicatehealth delicate delicatehealth delicatehealth
health and he feared that he mightt might mightlose mightJose
t lose her If he did dl not sympathize s with withthe wltbthe withthe
the poor it was that he considered consideredthem consldcredtb consideredthem
them tb m of a different genus such as tho thobrute thobruto thobrute
brute creation He had un excellent excellentconception excellentconceptlon excellentconception
+ conception of his rights and did not notjjroposd notproposO u of ofMfr
tL Mfr jjroposd propose thut any one should deprive deprivetilin deprivel deprivefilm
film l lm of anything he possessed po sessed Indei IndeiU Indell1nd
U iiflnd l1nd sent several persons who had hadstolen hodstolen landstolen
stolen from him to the penitentiary penitentiaryand pellitentllllnnd
and felt that he had conferred a favor favoron fnvoron favoron
on the state stateClifford stotcClifford stateClifford
Clifford was very ery fond of flowers flowerspartly Oowe Oowepartly flowersa
a partly because his wife was fond of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them Every morning In winter llItOl ho hewould howould howould
would go to the conservatory and gath gather ¬
er a handful to place before her at the thebreakfast thebreakfast thebreakfast
breakfast table while In summer loowould he hewould howould
would bring them from from the garden gardenOne gardenOne gardenOne
One June morning mornln when his Jacque Jacqueminot Jncqulminot Jacquemint ¬
minot and American Beauty DealH roses of ofwhich ofwblch ofwhich
which ho was very ery proud were in inbloom Inbloom inbloom
bloom he went out to gather the usual usualsupply usualsupply usualsupply
supply for tho breakfast table Vhat 11hatj Wlmtwall Vhatwas
j was his horror at seeing that several severalof
of the younger bushes hud been torn tornup totllup tornup
up by the roots and taken away awayAh nWII nWIIAh awayAu
Ah these reseals who live about abouthere aboutbele abouthere
here he exclaimed there are not notenough notenough notenough
enough prisons to contain them I I will willwatch willwatch willwatch
watch tonight myself m self with n gun No Nothe Nothe o otbo
the earth appears to have ha 0 been but re recently 10centlJ revcenlly ¬
cently disturbed The plants must have havebeen bo havebeen ye yebeen
been stolen early earl this morning doubt doubtless doubtJess doubtless ¬
less for tho flower market marketAs marketAs marketAs
As he spoke he saw sn n little girl far faracross fUlacross farr
r across his broad acres climbing over overthe oyertbe overthe
the fence It was dllllcult for her to do doso doso Itoso
so for to l in each hand she held a rose rosebush rosebusll rosebush ¬
bush busllTbo
ThebratexclalmedCIIfford The bratexclaimed Clifford Shellbe Shell Shellbe Shollbe
be in a reformatory retorUlltor before tomorrow tomorrownight tomollOWnight tomorrownight
night or Ill resign my citizenship citizenshipHe
He ran to the fence and climbed It ItTho Ito ItThe
o Tho little girl had disappeared down downthe downthe own owntho
the road but ho ran till he caught caughtsight cnughtsight caughtsight
sight of her then to discover whore whoreshe wheresbo whoreshe
she disposed of his wares he shadowed shadowedher shndowedher hodowedber
her A mile from his place was a cem cemetery cemetery cemetery ¬
etery Into this the child turned and andwalked oUllwolktd andwalked
walked toward a portion used by the thepoorer thepooler thepoorer
poorer classes Clifford was surprised surprisedand
u and followed her lie I cautiously to see seewhat seowbat seet
x t what she would do She stopped at n afreshly ntresbly nfreshly
freshly made grave and scooping a ahole 1 1holo ahole
hole In the rounded earth with her fin fingers tlnger tin13ems ¬
gers began to plant one of tho rose rosebushes lOSObushes rosebushes ¬
bushes Hearing Cliffords Cllffol s step behind behindher behindher behindher
her she turned then cowed like the theguilty theguilty theguilty
guilty one she was
You little I1ttl thlefl Ive got you ou and andIll amIIll andIll
Ill teach you not to steal There are arechildrens nrochildrens arela
la > childrens prisons where they will get getthe getthe geti
i r the badness out of you youTho youiT ou ouTbo
iT The cringing child cast a frightened frightenedglance fllghtonedglance frightenedI
I glance up at him himYoure 111mYoure himYoure
Youre very vcr young to bo In such suchbusiness suchbusiness suchbusiness
business How old are you youSix youSix youSix
Six SixAnd SixAnll SixAnd
And who pays you ou for stealing rose rosebushes rosobushes rosevim ¬
vim bushes and planting them on graves gravesNo gruvesINo gravesv
No one oneNo oneNo
1 No one Do you mean to tell me methat mothat methat
that you are nro doing It for fun funIts funlilts funfor
lilts Its for mamma She was laid Inl there thereyesterday thereyestcrduJ therew
w yesterday She was sick a long time timeShe timeSbe timeShe
> She was so fond of lowers Every EVel day dayI
I used to beg a few from a lower store storenear storonear storenear
r near by The flower man was so good goodto goo gooto
to me He used to give mo some of ofthose ofthoso ofthose
those that were nearly nel11 faded But I Ididnt Ididnt 1didnt
didnt think he could spare rosebushes rosebushesHes IosebushesHos rosebusheslIos
Hes not rich enough I saw sn yours OUlS from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the road and thought how mammawould mamma mammawould mammnwould
would like to have them bloom over overher overher overliar
her heri
i The child burst Into n flood of tears tearsFor tenlsFor tearsFor
For the first time lu Milton Cliffords Cliffordslife CllerOldslife Cliffordslife
life it was brought home to him that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the human heart beats alike In the rich richand llchRud richand
and the poor Was not the mother of ofhis ofbls ofhis
his own children delicate doll cute and might he henot henot henot
not lose her Suppose that she were a apoor apoor apoor
poor woman and there were none but butstolen butstolen butstolen
stolen rosebushes for his little Edith Ediththe Edltbtbe Ediththe
the same ago as this child to plant on onher oubel onher
her grave In a twinkling the old Clif Clifford Cllftord Clifford ¬
ford passed away aWlty and In the bosom of ofthe oftho ofthe
the new this child 41 In 1 stealing his bush bushes ¬
es to plant on her mothers grave had hadImbedded hndimbedded hady
Imbedded a live truth A cemetery at attendant attendant attendant ¬
tendant came sauntering up the path patha
a short pipe between his lips a spade spadoon
on his shoulder shoulderCome sboulderCome shoulderCome
Come here called Clifford CliffordThe CllftordTbe CliffordThe
The man recognized the rich owner ownerof ownerortbo ownerof
of ortbo the beautiful place down the road roadand loadand roadand
and hurried toward him touching his hisbat hishat hisbat
bat batPlant
Plant these rosebushes for the little littlegirl littleglrJ littleI
I girl he said then go to my garden gardenget gurdenget gardenget
get more and plant them also Ho Heslipped HosUpped Hoslipped
slipped a coin Into the mans baud then thenturned tbenturned thenturned
turned to totbe the little girl girlMy girlMy girlMy
My child have you eaten your yourbreakfast yourbrenktast yourbreakfast
breakfast breakfastNo
No sir I havent any breakfast to toeat toeat toeat
Come with me meTaking mej meTaking
j Taking her dirty little band la his he heled boItd beled
led her to his home and placing her at ata ata ata
a table ordered food set before her and andwatched nndt andwatched
t watched her satisfy a hunger that had hadnot badnot hadK
K not been appeased since her mothers mothersdeath moth mothersdeath rs rsdeatb
death Then directing his housekeeper housekeeperto bousekeeperr
to clothe her in some of Ediths gar garments garr garments garmeats
r r ments he went upstairs to his wifes wifesroom wltosroom wifesroam
> room roomi +
i roomAmy Amy Amy he said rosebushes were weretaken weret weretaken
t taken from from the garden this morning morningand mornIngt morningand
t and I caught the thief thiefIm thletf thiefIm
f Im sorry for that Youll send him himto himi himto
to prison What did you do with him himIt himf himIt
f It was not a he but a she a child childjust childjust
i 0 just Ediths Ed Iths age I brought her home homeand homeand homeand
and gave her a good breakfastWhy breakfast breakfastWhy breakfastWbyMUton
Why WbyMUton Milton exclaimed the wife wifewith wlteWlth wifewith
with a pleased surprise how did you youcome youIJi youcome
IJi come to do that thatShe thaUBh thatShe
> She Bh stole stoletbemto them to place on her moth mothers mothJt mothr ¬
r Jt x ers erlgrnlfc grave I ItbougbtSupposesu ItbougbtSupposesuposewc thought Suppose Supposesup Supposesupe snpr snprpose
pose posewc we should lose you and there were wereno werono WoroDO
e no no roses ses torEdlth for Edith toplaoo to place His voice voicegrew voicer
r t t grew thick thick ITherosbrealfnsthe ITherosbrealfnsthetf Theres breakfast he hej
j tf blurted t1 dl sudden suMenly dashing < < ashlngaYoy away from fromr
r r Mgthe 10 ha had boon bQen r saying I Tt ta go gow
t w f h J1 1i ry1 ry1r ry1h + tuEA tuEAt ft +
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Device to Aid the Stenographer In litTrunwerlbluy Inrrlnllcrlblull InTranaerlbing
Trunwerlbluy Noton NotonOne NatoliOne loteaOne
One ofthe o the trials of the stenographer stcu6grapherIs sten grnllher grnllherIs
Is to find a place for the notebook notebookwhere notouookwhere notebookwhere
where It will be within easy reach of oftho ottho ofthe
tho eye and yet securely securel held against againstfolding Ilgltlnstfolding agdinstfolding
folding up while the notes are being beingtranscribed beingtranscribed beingtranscribed
transcribed It should be remembered rememberedBays
Bays OS n writer in tho Philadelphia Pub Public lublie Publac ¬
lie Ledger that tl1a t the closer the book can canbo cun1J0 canbe
bo placed to the keys the tb less danger dangerthere dungerthele dangerthere
there Is of becoming confused In glanc glancing gloncIng ginnclug ¬
ing back and forth It is this special specialfeature specialfeature specialfeature
feature of supporting tho notebook notebookclose notebookclose notebookclose
close to the keyboard which recommends recom recommends recommends ¬
mends the use of the invention just d0signed de designed designed ¬
signed by n New ew York man to aid the thestenographer thestenoglupher thestenographer
stenographer stenographerIn
In the picture the device Is shown shownin
in position on the machine with the tholeaves tboleavcs theleaves
leaves of tho link k secured In the theNOTE1JOOK tbeNOfEnOOK theY theti3
ti3 ti3NOTEIlOOK
clamp and the open page of notes ex exposed exposed exposed ¬
posed for 01 reading The upright sup support supP01t support ¬
port of the copy cop holder Is attached to toeither toelthOl toeither
either the frame of the machine or the thecarriage tuocllrllage thecarriage
carriage and the horizontal clamping clampingmember clampingmomuel clampingmember
member Is pivoted on the support per permitting pOlmlttlng perwitting ¬
witting it to swing across the carriage carriageor
or around to the side sl e of the machine machineThe macblnorbo machineThe
The book being opened at u t the proper properplace properpluce properplace
place the upper portion Is forced into intothe Intothe intothe
the clamp the lower half resting on a asecondary Ilsecoudary asecondary
secondary support on the front Iont of the themachine tilemachine thetunchite
machine When a page of notes is fin finished finIsbed filmshed ¬
shed It Is turned back and Inserted Insertedunder insertedundor insertedunder
under tho auxiliary clamp while the thebook tbebool thebook
book itself can be closed and the copy copyexamined copyexnlUlued copyexamined
examined when necessary without los losing losIng loslug ¬
ing the place placeWhat pIn placeVhnt co coVhnt
Vhnt Ame America lca Han lIa invented lurcntedThis IUTeotetl1bI9 inventedThis
This country invented tho parlor parlorsleeping purlorsleeplug parlorsleeping
sleeping and dining cars the pressed pressedsteel Inessedsteel pressedsteel
steel freight car many mall of the best fea features featmos feartunes ¬
tunes of the modern locomotive tho thoairbrake thouhb1lllte theairbrake
airbrake the automatic coupler and u uhost u1I0st ahost
host of related devices and It runs tho thofastest thofastest thefastest
fastest long distance trains
00b AND rna rnaA
A western method of transplanting transplantinglarge trnnsplantlngIllrge transplantinglarge
large trees is thus descrlfied dosc11 d lu the Set Scientific Sclentific Setentitle ¬
entific American The tree which is isbeing IslJelug isbeing
being transplanted Is never handled in inany inan inany
any an other way wa than from Its base To Toexplain ToeXlllllu Toexplain
explain the method In a nutshell it itmay It11Iay itmay
may be stated that the earth and roots rootsare rootsure rootsare
are Incased In u steel basket of any re required required ¬
quired quh d size which corresponds to the theflowerpot theflowerpot
flowerpot of the florist The first oper operation operation operatlolm ¬ I
ation in transplanting a tree by this thismethod tillsmetho thismethod
method Is to thoroughly wet the earth earthabout eOlthnllout earthabout
about the tree softening tho ground groundNext groundxt groundNext
Next xt in order ol el is the placing In position positionof
of the steel basket which Is made of ofcurved atc1llcd ofcurved
curved steel sll 1 shovels A medium me lum sized sizedmachine 81zellwuchlne sizedmachine
machine Inclosing earth and roots sis sisfeet 81sfeet sisfeet
feet in diameter Is composed of four fourteen fourteen ¬
teen shovels made of fivesixteenth fivesixteenthInch tlve sixteeutb sixteeutbluch
Inch plow steel stC < l each of the shovels be being being belug ¬
ing hinged to a l steel platform surrounding sur surrounding smrounding >
rounding the tree After the shovels shovelshave shovelshave J
have all nllboen been driven Into place they the ago agofirmly arafirmly nlaflrml
firmly flrml secured to the platform by cross crossbars crossIlI11s crossliars
bars by which the whole tree can bu bulifted blllifted bulifted
lifted from Its bed bedTho bedTho bedThe
Tho lifting apparatus is then ad adjusted ndjustclnbout adDusted ¬
Dusted justclnbout about the tree trC < and two men lift lifttho 11fttho liftthe
tho tree out of tho ground by screw screwpower SC1ewpower screwpower
power raising it to its position in the thetransporter tiletruusportel thetransporter
transporter The operatives have com cowplete cornpiste j jplcte
plcte control of the machine at alltimes all alltimes alltimes
times and the tree may be raised low lowered lowered lowBred ¬
ered or held at will After the tree has hasbeen husbeen hasbeen
been removed from Its old abiding place placeit
it Is laid back on the cushion of tho thoskeleton thoaleleton theskeleton
skeleton wagon which Is to convey con ey It to toits toIts toits
its new location and un Is thus transport transported ¬
ed through the streets of the city being beingat I
at such an angle that the branches bronc lies pass passunder passunder passunder
under telephone and telegraph tol grnpll wires wiresand whesand wiresand
and other overhead obstructions Incl Incldentally hiddentally
dentally It may be noted that the tree treerests tleolests treerests
rests so lightly upon the cushion that thatthere thatthere
there Is no strain whatever upon the thebody tuobody timebody
body of the tree Upon arrival at its itsdestination itsdestlnatlou itsdestination
destination the tree Is slowly lowered loweredInto loweredInto loweredinto
Into the hole which wbl b has been prepared preparedfor
for it and after the transporter has hasbeen basbeeu hasbeen
been removed the earth Is filled in and andtumped andtumped andthumped
tumped about the basket When all Is I
secure the shovels sbovelsale are
leaving the tree fully imbedded without withoutthe wltllouttile withouttime
the loss of any of its original sur surrounding surrounding surrounding ¬
rounding earth containing its fibrous fibrousor
or hair roots Among the advances In Inthis Intbis inthis
this method of tree transplanting is the theoperation thoopcrat1on theoperation
operation of the lifting and conveying conveyingdevice conveyingdolce conveyingdevice
device according to the points of the thocompass tllocompass thecompass
compass making It possible to plant plantthe pJantthe planttime
the tree In tho exact original position positionPatting poslUonPntttnc positionPntting
Patting Plant on a Diet DietA DietA DietA
A new experiment In inpJant plant feeding feedingis
is being carried on In the department departmentof
of agriculture As the amount of ni nitrogen nitrogen nitrogen ¬
trogen in clovers peas and other le legumes legumes Iegumes ¬
gumes is of prime importance to the thenourishment thenourishment
nourishment of tho farmers soil so 11 sci sdenee science sclenco ¬
ence is trying to find a awn way of adminis administering administering adm lute lutetaring ¬
tering the nitrogen artificially nrtl claJly in a achemically achemically achemically
chemically prepared food Like Dr DrWileys DrWileys
Wileys borax boarders the plants first firsttook firsttook firsttook
took to the new diet In various doubt doubtful ¬
ful ways Some of them pined and anddrooped anddrooped anddrooped
drooped upon their thetrstems stems some werenot were werenot j jnot
not affected at at all while others were werevisibly werevIsibly werevisibly
visibly Improved At t present p scntbow how however I Ievfrth aever
ever evfrth ever the tesbi e8 1 bare 11a lreachedast reached reached a stage stagewhere stagewhere ge geu
where there can be but u little 11t e doubt of 0
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Effect on lluiiuin Ilody Shown br brHome brtl1I110 bjIMnuo
Home Sekit SuluiillUc Iflo Texts TextsTobacco ToittMTobacw IellhTobac
Tobacco Tobac o like all nlllI elements 1Ue1ts which havean have haveail hawan
an effect upon the nurvctt differs wide widely widIy widely ¬
ly in 11 Its actions ujiou different iudlvld iudlvldunU Indlvlduals indivldunls
unU and no sweeping statements can canbe cnllbe canbe
be wade says a writer In the Worlds WorldsWork WorldsWork WorldsWork
Work Upon most constitutions its ac action actlon action ¬
tion is deleterious It hi I uhvuya ulvl1 s In Injurious InjUtlols inJurlutts ¬
jurious before the period of complete completedevelopment completedeclopllleut coumpletedevelupument
development and a 1111 cannot be used 1 l < l be before bufore before ¬
fore the ugo of twentyUve t wellt t1 0 without withoutharm withoutbalw withoutharm
harm harmDr balwDr harmDr
Dr Setiver Sell rer director of the physical physicallaboratory IJhJslcullallomtol lhysicullaboratory
lallomtol laboratory at Vale tabulated the rec record rec011I record ¬
ord of the students entering thut uni unbversity university unlelslt ¬
versity elslt during dutll1 nine years J nlS when all the theyoung theJoung timeyouug
young men were examined and meas measured Ulensured tueasured ¬
ured 1ho smokers averaged fifteen fifteenmonths IIfteen11I01lth8 fifteenmouths
months older than the nonsiuokers nonsiuokersThey uOllimokolSTue mionswokersThey
They Tue were Wf ro also shorter In stature statureNicotine stntmoIcotllw statureNicotine
Nicotine Icotllw Interferes with growth and andIts undIts andIts
Its effect lu that t regard llltllll Is Ii very vel meas measurable UWIliJmnbJe measurable ¬
urable At Yale nle durlii tlmlllg the four years yearscourse yearscourse t urs urseolllsu
course the nonusers of tobacco al although altllolgl1 although ¬
though taller when hull they enter train 21 24per 21Ilel 21per
per cent more In height unit 237 per percent perceut percent
cent more In girth of chest than do the thehabitual thchnultulI thehabitual
habitual users Dr 1 Hitchcock < of Am Amnewt Amhelst Amheist
newt college found even greater differ differences differeucos lftol lftolClllJ ¬
ences The difference In the lung ca capacity culUclt carparity ¬
parity lUclt Is very striking In the two classes classesand clnsseJallll classesand
and baa been noticed by II all observers observersIt
It shows the effect of ot tobacco on the therespiration thorisphlItou therespiration
respiration nicotine being a potent de depressor ilepresser e epreSiJOI ¬
presser pressorAs preSiJOIAs presserAs
As regards the effect of nicotine on onthe ontbe onthe
the mental processes it Is I more difficult difficultto llllcl1ltto
to Interpret the meaning of statistics statisticsOut BtUtlstlCiJOut statisticsOut
Out of the highest scholarship men at atYale utYnl atYule
Yale Ynl only onl t 5 per cent use tobacco while whileof whileof whileof
of the men who do not gut appoint appointments appointwents appointments ¬
ments JO per cent lllItllSt use It It is not nee necessary neeOslU lmecessaty ¬
essary OslU to interpret this as meaning weaningthat meaningthat meaningthat
that mental decrepitude e follows the theuse theuse theuse
use of tobacco by tI y young OUII men for there thereare tberenro theretare
are other factors to be considered but butIt butIt butIt
It Is certainly not conducive to the best bestwork bestwork bestwork
Alabama Mans Invention Should De Derieiuiuu DePlclUllulr DePleasing
Pleasing to Driver DriverA DIIerHA
A device which adds greatly to the thecomfort thecomfort thecomfort
comfort and a 11 safety snfet of driving has re recently rev reocently revGently ¬
cently been Invented by Mr r W S SNeal SNenl Sr SrNeal
Neal of Branton Ala It consists consistsTHJi consistsh
Till BUPlOUT IV USE UHEsays OHK8ays USEeuys
says the Scientific American of a sin simple ¬
110 support which can UII be readily lendll at attached attncllell attached ¬
tached to U vehicle to prevent the thereins thorolns thereins
reins from getting g ttlug beneath the tall of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the horse 11 0113 e The device also does away awaywith l1wa l1wawith awaywith
with the necessity llllS ItJ of constantly constontl hold holding holdIng holdlug ¬
ing the reins up since the weight of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reins passing over the support will willkeep willkoel willkeep
keep them taut The driver Is thus at atliberty atUberty atliberty
liberty to rest his hands on his lap lapThe lalJIIII lapThe
The support comprises n rod provid provided ¬
ed with a crossploce Cloi pllcl at Its upper end endon endon cudon
on which the reins llI1 are supported and andat andat andat
at its lower end It Is threaded thlen ed Into u uclamp Uclalll11 aclamp
clamp which secures It to the vehicle vehicleThis vehiclethis e1llclelhls
This threaded connection permits the thedevice thedevice thedevice
device to be adjusted to any con convenient convonlen comvenieut ¬
venient t height helg t where it is secured by bylock bylocl byhock
lock nuts nutsWhen lIutiWhell nuts1Vheu
When applied to a one horse vehicle vehiclethe veblcletbo vehiclethe
the rod takes the place of the bolt boltwhich boltwhich boltwhich
which ordinarily holds the crossbar crossbarand crossbarand crossbarnod
and singletree together When applied appliedto up plied pliedto
to a two horse vehicle the clump Is
slipped around l11oun the tongue or may maybe mnybo maybe
be attached to the single and double doubletrees doubletrees oulJlotrees
trees of the vehicle hlcle In the same man manner lUannor maimper ¬
nor as applied to the crossbar and sin singletroe singletre singletrae
gletroe of a one horse vehicle1VrIt1ng vehicle vehicleWrltiuK ehlcloVlltluN
WrltiuK With the Voice VoiceThe VoiceThe olce olceTho
The human voice vol < o no longer needs u uBoswcll UBoswell aBoswell
Boswell to hand Its history hlstol down own to tonew tonew touew
new generations It can write Its au autobiography autobiography ¬ I Itoblogrnlhy
tobiography If It will not merely m roly on onthe onthe I Itbe
the ear to die with the hearers pass passlug pusslug I IIng
lug memory 1111UlOl but In permanent form farm on ontablets ontablets I
tablets that may Ula be stored storetlnway away lu ar archives mcb1es archives ¬
chives to outlive mans recollection recollectionThe u uTile
The apparatus which lUllll makes < g this possible pos possible posIlble ¬
sible Is described In a alcloche recent book The Theinstrument TbeInstrUluent Timeinstrument
instrument which Is Intended for set scientific selentUlc setenliflc ¬
entific classification of n spoken word wordis
is simple Three sound transmitters transmittersa
a mouthpiece n small olive shaped bulb bulbto bulbto bulbto
to fit In the nostril noshlInud and a pad to be fuse ¬
tened telll upon the thyroid tll loh cartilage by n nrubber 1 1rub1 arubber
rubber rub1 > el band are connected by tubes tubeswith tubeswith tubeswith
with rubber covered COele disks In whose whosecenters whosecentelS whosecenters
centers styles arc fastened These Thesestyles ThesostJles Thesestyles
styles register the vibratory movements movementsof
of the voice as they are transmitted transmlttedtothew to tothem tothem
them upon a revolving blackened cyl cylinder ¬
inder in white lines which can be photogtaphed pho photographed photog1l1pbed ¬
tographed and printed printedGreat printedGreat printedGreat
Great Natural Flying Machine MachineThe IIfaeblneThe MachlneaThe
The largest flying machine in nature uaturola
la found by Langley and Lucas to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been the Ornlthostoma Ingens the thegreatest thogreatest thegreatest
greatest of the pterodactyls of ancient ancientdays oDclentdays ancientdays
days whose body bo < 1y weight was probably probablyabout probablyabout probablyabout
about thirty pounds and whose ex exteuded exteuded extended
teuded wings measured about twenty twentyfeet twentyfeet twentyfeet
feet from tip to tip The largest of ex existing exIsting existing ¬
isting flying creatures is the albatross albatrossm albatrosswhich albatrosswblch albatrosswhich
m which has a weight of eighteen elghtccnpOunds elghtccnpOundsanll pounds poundsand poundsamt
and a spread of ofwlllgot wlngof eleven and one onehalf one onehalf I Ihalf
half feet though Its wing ing area Is but butseven butBeen butseven
seven square feet while It develops developsonly developsonly developsonly
only a twentieth of a horsepower and andsuch nndsu andsuch
such su Ch Is this birds power of progression progressionby pr pgressloDb7
by mysterious m stelioua soaring that tbata a tagged taggedIndividual taggedlndhlduolIlis taggedIndividual
Individual lndhlduolIlis has been known knpwn ttraene totraverseiif to ttraenet4Ien8ta travene
t4Ien8ta iif least 8160 1 mllesIn 1i1 t eive V d days 1 i
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Articles of Last Fall on onUniversity onUniversity onUniversity
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The he following article Is taken ver verbatim veratlm verbatim
batim from the September 20th issue Uaueof I issueof ue ueof
of the DeLand Record which is now nowdevoting nowdevoting nowS
S i devoting nearly all Its space every everyweek everyweek everyI
I = week to a vlllltkatlon of the same samepresident samepreHldent samecom
P president resident and trustees so highly com commended CODlmended ¬
mended Pmended in September An intelligent intelligentpublic Intelllgentpublic intelligentpublic
public is capable C IJablc of judging the IIrea rear reasons reart ¬
t sons for this th Is Hop The heading and andarticle andarticle andi
y i article follow in full fullUNAMXOUSLY fullZ I
m Im I The University Humors Found to Do DoFalse DeFalse i h hnlsl
False nlsl in Every Erl1 Particular ParticularAt
i At the meeting of the Board of ofTrustees ofrllstees ofTrustees
Trustees rllstees here Thursday evening evenln and andall andall andall
all day Friday the difficulty dlUlcultyat at the theUniversity theUnlveriJlty theUniversity
University was patiently and exhaus exhaustively cxhaulIveh ¬
1 tively Investigated investi + ated and am resulted In a acomplete acomplete af
f complete vindication In lcatlon of Dr Forbes ForbesThere lorhesrhcre Forbesi
i There were twenty out of twenty twentythree twentythree twentythree
three of the Trustees actually actu l pns pnscut pr sr sant s sent
cut and the Board has In Its number numbersome numberoUJe numbersonic
r some of the most distinguished men menin menIn menin
in this and other states statesThe statesTile statesThe
The decision of the Board is re received reo reoceled recelved ¬
ceived with the utmost IItmo t pleasure and andsatisfaction andsatisfaction andsatisfaction
satisfaction by the people of DeLand DeLandand DeLandand DeLandand
and the th whole matter will be finally finallyand finallyand finallyand
and foever dropped droppedWhile droppcdWhile >
While the rumors were current the theconfidence theconfidence
21 confidence and the high esteem held heldon beldon heldon i
on the part of the DeLand people In InDr 111l inDr
l i Dr Forbes Cort ass were never shaken they theyloyally theyloyal1y the Y
y1 t loyally and unflinchingly stood by aman a aman atz
tz man whose life had always been Idral Idraland tdraland
and an admirable example for a aller allerIf per person perCii ¬ I
Cii If son holding the high hl h position that th lt he hedoes hedoes hedoes
does This result t of the investigation investigationof In vestlja tlon tlonof
14 of the rumors as unanimous as absolute abso absolute absoII ¬
II a lute as 1S positive as a It was was no surj sur surprise ¬
l t j 1 prise prl e to the people of DeLand With Withalmost 1th 1thalmost th i I Il1
l1 almost an all nights n Jhts session and all allthe allthe allthe
the next day ay until 0 oclock without withoutIntermission vlthoutI
I W t Intermission ibis hls eminent emtne t body bod of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men who came here at tj t request req Utst of ofDr ofDr
Dr Forbes to Investiufcfljb h1t invrsti mille tI these the e ru rumost runtors r rtJi 1
tJi Ulor went l into nto every all made a amost
most mo t searching Investigation invest Jatlon and andfound andfound andfound
found not one scintilla of evidence to toeven toW toeven I
W even base a charge upon and this thisverdict thisfI thisti
verdict the verdict of some of the themost themost
W ti fI most eminent men of this country countr Is Isaccepted s saccepted
1 accepted as absolute and final linalThe finalThe o ol <
The DeLand people heartily con congratulate conratulate ¬
l 4 gratulate ratulate Dr Forbes on this unani unanimous unan unany ¬
f mous vindication and endorsement endorsementfor endorsementl
f for as long as the rumors continued continuedthere contlnueuthere cOntinueaithere i
there went with them a reflection reflectionupon rt reflectionupon ectlon ectlonupon
upon himself hlm elr upon the position he heoccupies beoculles he1i
1i occupies in the t he University DeLand DeLandand DeLandand DeLandt
t b and her peopleThe people peopkrhe peopleThe
The groundless rumors have done donethe donethe
1 the University no harm as our people peoplefearect peoplefeared peopler
r feared would be the t he result re ult More Morestudents Moretudcnts Morestudents
students will be here next week than thanwere thanwtre thanwere
were ever here at any previous open openIng openlnl opening
Ing and the University year beyond beyonddoubt be beyonddoubt ond onddoubt
doubt is assured the best by long odds oddsit oddsit I II
it has ever had hadThe hadZ
I Z j The members of the trustees pres present present presi ¬
i ent at the meeting meet lag last week were wereJohn wereJohn
John B Stetson president Phila Philadelphia Phlladelphla Philadelphia ¬ j
t J delphia S B Wright tl rls + ht secretary De DeLand Dell DeLand
ll Land Hon H A DeLand Pairport PairportN
N Y Rev David Moore D 11 I > Ge Geneva Geneva Geneva ¬
neva N Y Rev R R S McAr McAnhur + hur D DD DD DD
D New York N Y Rev W Wt N NChaudoin Ny I
Chaudoin Chau oln D D LaGrange LaG ranKe Fla E EI
> t y I 0 Painter DeLand b Land Fla James S 8Turner P PTurner YTurner
Turner Levyville Fla lo la H Stevens BStevensDeLand B StevensfM y
fM DeLand Fla Rev He Thomas J Spark Sparkman Sparkmaim
man DeLand Fla l Fla < la Theodore 1heo ore C CSearch CSearch CSearch
Search Philadelphia Pblladt < phla J T 1 Clake ClakeDeLand ClakeDlLand ClakeDeLand I
DeLand Fla Rev He William H Stew Stewart Stewart Stewart ¬
art DeLand D Land Governor Will William lam S SJennings STennlnjs Sfennings
Jennings ialtt Tallahassee assee Fla f la Frank J JLongdon J JI 1Lungdun
Longdon DeLand Mayor M or D U UFletcher UFletcher Ur
Fletcher Jacksonville r Fla la lai B F FCamp FCamp
I i Camp White Spring Fla J B Law LawDeLand LawDtLand LawDeLandE
DeLand DeLandE E B Solomon Dayton OhioThe Ohio OhioThe
z The only trustees tru teei represented byproxy by byproxy bvIrox
proxy were E T B Moody Lake City CityArthur Clt CityArthur j jI I
I Arthur G Hamlin DeLand and Byron ByronE
E Huntley Batavia N Y Ylg
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Karapni omoa Nature Student wart wartWalkluw iBnrlAValkluff IarlValldur
AValkluff Lecture to tuVaar VOllb Va i r Glrla GlrlaJohn 0irlaJohn x xJolln
John Burroughs the well known oat ntturnllst antturalist i iurnllst J
urnllst who ho will 111 be the presidents soli solicompanion soK soKcompanion 801cowpunlon
companion on his long rides in the Yel Yellowstone 1ell Yel Yellowstone > i
lowstone l park this spring it well wellknown weUknown wellknown
known lt la Washington not as elge elgewhere el fe 7 7where l lwhere
where In his capacity as nntttralitt nntttralittbut D turaUriuut r rs
but as a aattached B an expert bank examiner exuwlnerloDi long longattached I Iuttaehed
attached to the office of c of the comptroller comptrol ¬
leI of the currency currenc for to 1 like Irving Irvingand IrviDiand Irvingand
and Hawthorne HoweJIs HoweJlsRlchard HoweJlsRlchardGlunt Richard RichardGrunt RichardGrant
Grunt White Bret Harte and others othersof
of a brilliant literary list whose b08e names nameswill namese
e will 111 occur to most memories unaided unaidedhe g ghe
he has wade government work boll the thepot thepot thepot
pot while his genius furnished his 1lI do dolight d dlight derlight
light In life says the New York Posts Postscorrespondent Postscorlcspondent Pastscorrespondent ±
correspondent He Is also held In high highregard higbIegmd highregard
regard by the Washington disciples of ofWalt otWult t t1Vult
Walt Whitman whose friend and sincore sin sincere aIJ1cere
cere admirer he was throughout tha thapoets thapoets thq thqpoets
poets life What has astonished many manyof munTof manyof
of his old cronies In Washington is his hlapersistent hJsperllstent hispersistent
persistent bachelorhood In the face of ofthe ort ofthe
the fact thut he is esteemed so soemlly uenr uenrorally gen > I Ielnll
orally elnll by II the women and especially especiallythe speclalJtbe
the young women with whom he Is Isthrown Istbrown t tthrown
thrown in contact It Is recalled that thatsoon tllatsoon thatsoon
soon after he settled down In his home homeon J Jon
on the banks of the Hudson he visited visitedPoughkeepsle IsltedJoughkcepslc I IPoughkeepsie
Poughkeepsle and looked over the Vas Vassar Yusear us ussar
sar foundation Something was said saidto suldto saidto
to htui him by IJ one of the girls about lee lecturing leetmlng leeluring ¬
turing to the college I lecture only onlyon onlyon olmlyon
on nature he answered banteringly banterlnglyand bnl1tcrlngland
and my preference Is to go to nature naturefor nnturefor naturefor
for my U1 Inspiration Instead of trying tr lng to tobring toLJrlng tobring
bring her to mo indoors If I were weresure weresura weresure <
sure of an audience who would get up upearly uPcll1l upearly
early cll1l enough to hear me I would give given givewalking
n walking lecture tomorrow at sun sune sunNot
t Not eNot e ot a l little to his surprise he was wasawakened wasawulentd wasawakenud
awakened the next morning about 5 6oclock i ioclock
oclock by the voices of forty or fifty fiftygirls 6ttygirls fiftygirls
girls on the doorstep and in the front frontyard frontrald frontyard
yard of the house where he was stay staying I 1a 1atlg
ing tlg a great pool of girls as he after afterward f fward < f
ward ald expressed it bound not to miss misstheir misstheir misstheir
their walk When I heard them whis whispering whlsparing bls blsperlng ¬
paring and moving about out I came cnmeand cameund cameamid
and we started they crowding after afterand nterond afterand
and stepping on my m heels all along ulongthey nlongtheJ alongthey
they were so anxious to hear every everything eerytblng ¬ 7 7thing
thing I said But that t didnt matter matterI
I had stout shoes lto on onAn ouAD onAn
An Anecdote of Dam DnmaSpeaking DumaSpeaking DamSpenklng
Speaking of Alexandra Dumas a awriter awrltlr awriter
writer says that this his chief chl > t characteris characteristic cha raeterls raeterlstic ¬
tic was his utter disregard ot money moneyHe moneyHe moneyHe
He made millions bat never u er had a afranc afrllne afranc
franc ut his command For or example examplesaid exaU1pleslll examplesold
said slll he upon one occasion occm lon Dumas had hadInvited badntld hadinvited
Invited company to dinner and find finding dndIng finding ¬
ing that he did not stand stun possessed of ofa ofa r ra
a single slu ll cent drove to a friends and andasked tindIlMkt andasked
asked IlMkt him to lend him 2 louis Thin his hlafriend hilif1hmd hisfriend
friend readily Illldll did and as Duwas was wast
t Ills leave Ia eo suggested as be bad badjusi hadjus badjust
just Ueen getting SOI sow a very fine pic pickles pIckles pietiles ¬
kles be would be b > glad to give him a jar jarto Jarto
to add to bin dinner The servant was wassent wassent
sent eut for the pickles aud when he put putthe putthe
the jar in the carriage Dumas having havingno 1
no other change Co < ut him dropped droppedthe 1
the 2 louis lu the mans hand handCaution hl1udCautlun handCaution Jr
Caution CautionWell h hWell t tWell
Well bub what Is It asked the thedruggist thedruggist thedruggist
druggist of the small boy with a bottle bottleIn
In his hand handileuse houllPlouse handPlease
Please sir but heres the medicine medicineYes medIcineI medicinegot
I got for mt wotb mother r un I ur ago agoYes 4
Yes and whats the matter wig wlfIt wit witIt I
You 011 didnt write on the bottle bottlewhether bottlewlwtlwr bottlewhether
whether It was to be taken eternally eternallyor
or Infernally Int > Inl1l1 and HU shes afraid ufr ld of mak making maklug makfug ¬
lug a mistake IUlstulwDeUolt Detroit Free oIee Press PressThe
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The < Mu luulQue1iod 31uegnVr0eY6edJluseum eunjM f1iodr f1iodrMuseum r + f fhlRNUl
Museum Agent agentWhuts Whats huts wrong with withour withour withour
our new midget He doesnt seem to todraw todraw
draw drawManager t tIunngerOr f fMunagerOf
Manager IunngerOr Of course not See what a amess anlts amess
mess youve ouve made of the advertise advertisements advertisewt advertisewants ¬
wants wt > nts Youve ou > put his height at three threefeet tbreerelt threefeat
feet Make Jnkt it thirtysis Inches and the thepeople thePt thepeople
people Pt > oflp will come with a rushNewYork rush rushNew New NewYork
York Weekly
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any person on application to The Bowery Savings Bank Ban j 1m I
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