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and DErrlco present Eusapia submitted to the most rjgorpus rjgorpusrestraint rJgorpufJrC8trnlnt rlgorpu3reetrttlnt
restraint of her llf t1f Two Iron ring wor fastened falt noI to the thtfloor theIt thefloor
floor It 00 I and 1 by mtnim gf strong cords which were s lal soa1Qd nlcd 1 with lend lendgoals londonl leadsoap
goals onl 11U0 those lined u ad in fastening a railway car hot wrists warn wrdrxhUf wornrgidy warnrifciaiy
rifciaiy aonftned says Haralin HtU lIfl Gnrlaflrl anrla rt In BJv mvl Wvirybody iTbodyB rbod 1 Magazine MagazineShfr MaI1 lno lnoSlat
Slat was V 4I In fact bound like a 1 crlraUml rlm Jal and yl the spectral hands and flat flatoainc DatlQIUJ16 flstsgaaun
oainc QIUJ16 and went Jug ju of water floated about and ns n a final stupendous stupendousolbniix 1ItupondoutJOUI11UX Mtupondowqltlrtrx4
olbniix while Gftlrottl was controlling IBusaphYs right arm which was also ciaoIngnacled
intnacled he saw Ilia duplications of h her r left arm Look he h exclaimed
r Iqaee tt two t WJ left arms Identical In appearance Ono Is on the little table and
It Js that which Madame Bottazzl Bott 7zJ touches The other seems to come out of
thfl t1 mediums shoulder to approach nnd touch Madame Bottazzl and than thbnrdturn thanralurn
< ralurn 1 < < < IIU rn and melt Into the mediums med htnt I body again This is not an nnal hallucination JUCln at1on <
S I am awake I am oonz conscious iouM of two 6lmulta simultaneous lcoua visual lllIullnnUon sensations which 1 IQrhanQO 1I 1S
s 4 I QrhanQO t1 I 1 toe O when r Madame Bottazzi I3 says she has ha boon toucho1Han1HnnrJY touched toucho1Han1Hn Hamlln
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OVERTY and Luxury Luxuljthos those are the diseases 11 senses of our Industrial Industrialregime IndusLrlairegime
p 4 regime to the cure of which th the < j socialists offoc their ineffectual inoffectualromedyinoffoctiral ineffectualremedy l
romodyInetroctnal remedy Inoffoctual since tho population of the United States StatesIs
X ° Is made up of ninety million individuals some of whom will bo boforever bofOlever beforever
forever on the verge of bankruptcy however great their Ulolrln Ulolrlncomb in income Incomb ¬
I comb and some frugal and always carrying their account onI on oniho onUw
theh iho right side of the balance sheet however small their annual annualallotment n11Unlnl10lment niuual
41 allotment of wealth wealthPoverty won1tbIovorty wealthPoverty
Poverty und Luxurytwin Luxury twin diseases sapping tho life l1f of society locleltho tho one oned onedoying
1 destroying d iJoYlng ambition by withholding uflicient nourishment to the body the theother thoot1 theother
other ot1 r rendering mpn worthless to society by a superabundance of the good goodthjijgs goodt1 goodthugs
thugs t1 yss of life Poverty is a disease dlsc 8e not Indigenous to our American soil soliIt
It Ji 1 a plague brought in by Immigrant ships from wornout Europe and the thepatients thppqblcnls thepatients
patients ore cured hero by the thousands So long as then + remains an anuncultivated anutcl1lUvated ans
s uncultivated u acre a ro of land anywhere In the Union there Is no real oauffe for JorI forpoverty
w V I poverty p lq vorty rty nor any excuse for luxury while a foot of land is undeveloped undevelopedTito undevelopedTitoAfhrntic Tfco TfcoA o oA
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T is not generally known that the imperial family of Russia is istho 15the
I tho richest royal family in Europe and derives Ita vast wealth wealthfrom wealthCJom wealthfrom
from three sources sOl1JcesthoBtnto sourcesthe tho State treasury tho imperial domains domainsformerly domainsformerly lomalngCortnorly
formerly church lands and tho socalled cabinet cablnetpropcrUes cablnetpropcrUesA properties propertiesA
A writer in Harpers Weekly gives some interesting facts The TheState TheStatt TheState
State treasury pays out 7000000 7O OOOOllor per annum for the needs of ofthe ortho ofthe
the Imperial house rouse principally for the maintenance of the thOpnJaces thepalaces thepalaces
palaces nhd the officials and servants attached to them The Thorelgnlng Thorelgnlngompro96 I reigning reigningempress reigningempross
empross empress for example has an allowance of 100000 10 OOOper per year and the dowager dowagerempress dowagerOJJ1JJ dowagereinpreSsho
t einpreSsho empress OJJ1JJ efis the same Every child born to the Czar receives from birth to tho thoago theago
ago of t twohtone wen tyomj nearly 20000 a year while the heir to the throne receives receivesannually rccchesn receivesannually
annually n nllaJl > in addition to tho maintenance of palaces 50000 Daughters ro rocfclvG roc
cfclvG c Ivo aH ntdowryofono dowry of ono million rubles when they marry marrySenator marryl marrya marrySenator
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Senator La Follette FolletteOBBIIT
OBBIIT MARION LA Il FOLLETTE Republican of Madison was wasborn wasR wasborn
R born at Primrose Dane County Wis is ° June 14f 14 1855 was wasgraduated wasgraduntod wasgraduated
graduated from the theState Slate University of Wisconsin June 1871 1871and 187nntl 157aua
and admitted to the bar In February 1880 was elected District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney of Dane County in November 1880 reelected in t882 t882wns 1882was 882 882was
was elected a member of the Fortyninth Congress In 1884 re reelected reoelected reelected
elected to the Fiftieth Congress in 18SC and to the FiftyfirsCobgres Fiftyflm FiftyflmCongress FfftyfirsC
Congress C ngrcs t in 18J defeated for reelection ro in 1890 was elected delegate from fromtlj rromtJ fromtlSecond
tlj tJ tlSecond Second Congressional District Dl trlct of Wisconsin to the National Republican RepublicanConvention 1l0publ1canConvention RepublicanConvention
Convention hold in St Louis in June 1896 and elected by the Wisconsin WisconsinRepublican VlsconslnR
R Republican ubJloan State Convention as Delegate at Large to < tho Republican National NationalConvention NatlonnlCQnv
I Convention CQnv ntlonhclt1 held at Chicago in June 1904 Mr La Follctto was elected electedGovernor clectelGqvcrnoJ electedGvornor
0 Governor Qr ofW < f Wisconsin sconsln in 1900 reelected in 1902 and again in November November19J4 NovemberlQ4
19J4 1 4 was elected to the United States Senate Jan 25 1905 to succeed succeedJoseph succoedJoaopb succeedJoseph
Joseph Vory Quarks s and took his seat Jan 4 190G His term of service will willexpire wlJIcffUre willox
ox expire Sire March 1lhr h 8 1911 191IFrom From the Congressional Directory DirectoryIf Directoryf DirectoryRobbed
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I t IE i police everywhere warn citizens not to let anybody but tho thop thoPQUPQ theI
I p PQUPQ < UCQ know of such troubles They say a 1 that If tho newspapers newspapersgctihold nowspapersC
get gctihold C laolI o1d ot alto ho IIGWB uawsthey they will publish it this will frighten frightenway lrlghtenway frightenaway
way the thioves Uilov a and nd provont tho police from recovering tho thostolon thotQl thestolen
stolen tQl n property This is only a police trick to avoid criticism criticismThoyglvo cllticlsmTh criticismPhoy
Phoy Thoyglvo Th yglvc give tp tlfe press all tholr successes they suppress their tholrfailure theirtaUuror theirw theirfallurou
failure uuft and thuij lhu keep up the appoaranco ul > of efficient sorvlce sorvlceAa sorvlceI servicepnttor
Aa w jnabtor taUuror of ottaoth tact the flr3t flrjjt n r t thing that the victim of a robbery should do doiftlft dot dotels
iftlft t I tels t < 33phone phone to the tbonQwsJTapolsall nowBjmperB n9w8l agoraall all of them That would oon show what whatU whatfttO
Ha U wniirtton fttO rU of the reported qasc aBo a dotootlvo bureau like that of Now Noywxt Nowgntlwlt
i gntlwlt Ht wxt 1t will make thq th police work ou ouo your r caao on easeLincoln Lincoln Stet StetJ Stefpatented
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Tim Royal College of Surgeons Surgeonsand Surlooanet
and Physicians in London has Just Justreceived jWlr justrocolvod
received r n queer gift for Its museum museumnothing mu museumnothing oum oumoolwnot11lng
nothing 1 kiss thurt A coll oollsUon action on ofpatthologlt3al of ofpathological orpcttbologlUlt
pathological tr l 1nlolntGOl 0Iflions firOfti 1 tapper tapperIDgypt OtiparmCVt lipor liporingypt
IDgypt SomO 1ttlb h HMDn > anths tli ago evernl aovaralcomrrtflrlgr evernlcomtitenili vamlc01nOtorJu
comtitenili tti ver oret1Isooverod discovered appilri apparent apparently nt nt1y
ly cdnturltK okl ant and the skeletons skeletonsWore Ikoletouflworo skeletonswore
Wore foully t6 C t6be be to 0 perfectly lerl ctly pnp pnpserved prtIcrvod prrservod
served ° by byton ro fonrfOn O t of tire careful burial burialas
as well w 1I as of the peculiar climate climatethat cllmatothat cUmattthat
that it was w itilto po t1OMLbl lbla to observe observewhat observowbatm3ftUB observewhat
what wbatm3ftUB menus haul h Ml boon used for set setting Slttlng setting ¬
ting broken brok n bones and 11n what bonn bonndiseases bon1I8 bonadiaensas
diseases 1I8 lUIel were most common Near Nearly NarIY400 Nearly ¬
ly IY400 400 specimens slrcjved sho Ih vod vo the surgicalnmthorls surgical surgicalmethods anrglta1m
methods m thori in use 6000 OOO years yot rl before beforeChrlt bctorChrlt beforeCorot
Chrlt and gave flroof roof of oCn a very verythorough verytbor verythordugr
thorough tbor l1gh knowledge of several prin principles prInclplol ¬
ciples still In us UA today There are tirotwo aretwo i itwo j
two examples of splints B sphIi IUts ts userl for forfracture torfracturo forfracture
fracture of tho forearm tor ft1n1 the tholbons tholbonscoming bones fooncscoming bonescoming
coming from the mosfanclent mo t McfcnL tombs tombsThese tombsThGIO tombsThGSO
These specimens nVo said to bo tbi thnoldest tbioldest tbooldest
oldest in existence and nn their Us discovery Uscovor Uscovery ¬
covery covor interests modloa mo medloayr < < lloo mon pronNew pronNewYork New NewYork cw cwYorlc
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Photographing gthe the Deaf DeafThat Ce DeafWhat f fThat
That isnt a good picture saidthe said aaldtho ual ualthe
the photographer with an nil of apol apology a1 apology > 01 01ogy ¬
ogy The man was deaf deaf0How datHow deafHow
How can that infirmity affect tao thopicture t10Ioturc taoIrloture
picture Ioturc asked the Visitor VisitorIt
I It gives his face a tense strainedlook strained strainedlook < U Uloole
look the photographer explained explainedAll eX1 > laln d dHAll
All deaf deafpcrYonshnve persons have that express expresssloe expression cxprosdon ¬
don when placod before a camera cameraThey cam cameraThey ra ralhey
They sit with their heads tilted for forward C forward r rward ¬
ward and eyebrows upllfuvl as if ifwaiting Iiwailing itawaiting
waiting for the command to lookpleasant look lookpleasant IpokPleasant
pleasant Generally I supponn that thatis
is what they are areAwaiting waiting for But Buteven Butoven Buteven
even after I have given tho order ordertheir ord01their ordertheir
their muscles refuse bfuscto to relax tolaxII relaxWhats olaxWhats
II Whats that asks the 11e leaf f man
when he sees my m lips movo movoLook m movrLook vo voIfLook
IfLook Look pleasant I shout shout again againOh1 againIf againOhl
If Oh1 Oh says he heiHo hOtHc heiRe
iRe takes his hand from behind behindhis bohlnlhlsel behindhis
his hlsel ekr r and tries to assume a beam beaming bcamIng beaming ¬
ing countenance but he only com compromises compromiscs compromises ¬
promises on a fixed glare None of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the device1 known to the photograph photographic ¬
ic trade fan dispel that In fact factthe factthe factthe
the more business I introduce to tocharm tocharm tocharm
charm my subject into a joyful state statethe statethe statethe
the more rigid 111 his facial fn lal muscles be bucome become become
come He is listening always for forfurther forfurther forfurther
further Instructions Whether they theycome thoycomo theycome
come or not tho look of t expectancy expectancyis
is there For that reason the deaf Beatare deafare deafare
are the hardest people in the world worldto
to photograph If Han an artists repu reputation reputaMmi reputatlor ¬
tation depended upon the pictures he hemakes hemnk hemakes
makes mnk s of them he would soon be beobliged beobllgod beobliged
obliged to go out of business businessNow buslnossNew businessNow
Now York Times TimesTho TimesThe TimesThe
The Malacca Wildcats WildcatsIn
In the forests of Malacca and oth other othor other ¬
er islands in the Indian Ocean may maystill maysUH maystill
still be found the animal known as a awildcat awildcat awildcat
wildcat The upper parts of It are aregenerally aregenorally aregenerally
generally of a clear yellow color with withblack withbInclt withblack
black spots the lower parts are arewhite arewhite arewhite
white with black spots also On the theback thpback theback
back the spots lengthen almost Into Intolinos IntolInos intolines
linos or rings black on yellow yellowTire yellowThe ollow ollowThe
The average length of t tho animalexcluding animal animalexcluding anlma1excluding
excluding the tall tail dsalmost Is almost two feet feetthe feetthe feetthe
the tail averages nine Inchos Its Itsheight Its11clght Itsheight
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height when standing erect is about abouttwelve abouttwelve abouttwelve
twelve inches at the shoulder f houl or and andfifteen nndfifteen andfifteen
fifteen inches at tho hindquarters Its Itstemper Itstomper Itstemper
temper is mild and gentle it plays playsalmost playsalmost playsalmost
almost like a domestic cat or rather ratherkltton lather1c1tten ratherkitten
kitten chasing Its tall and amusing amusingitsolf amusingftrolf amusingitself
itself with anything that It can roll rollwith 1011with rollwith
with Its paw8London paws London StandardDeath Standard StandardDeath StandardDeath
Death By Lightning LightningTho 0 0rho
The Supreme Dolty in tho Crook Crookand GroeltantI Greekand
and Roman religions Zous of Jupiter Jupiterwas
was supposed Spno Jr tb t bo the th manipulator manipulatorof I11nnlll lntor lntoror
of th6 lightning and Uo poison personstruck poisonstruck nOI ju > n notrl1ck
struck down nwn by ono of tho thofiery flory boItwaS boltswage bolts boltswas
was esiJBcially distinguished Inas Inasmuch hlnRmuoh Inasmuch ¬
much as ho hohuct had been foiled directly
by tho King of tho Gods The dig dignlty dignity
nlty of the lu Ulllor < was roflooted upon upontho uponthe 1ponthe
the klllod In audition to this tho thoopinion thoopInion theopinion
opinion was quits unlyarsal nut arsad that Uio Uiobodlos thobOttlos t1 o obotIIWs
bodlos of those struc1c sttfu k by lightning lightningvoro
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REMARKABLE RECOVERY RECOVERYTHANKS RECOVERYTHANKS RECOVERYTHANKS
THANKS TO PERUHAMrs PERUNA
Mrs Prank Stroebe R F Dl D 1 > Apple Appleton Appleton
ton ton t n Nis W Is writes writesJ
411 J began bog an using Poruna crun a t foxy months monthsago
ago whon my health and strength wore woreall w woreall ro roall
all gone and I was nothing but a anervous nnervous anervous
nervous wreck could not sleep cat or orrest orrest < r rrest
rest properly and felt no desire to live HvoThree livoThreobottlos liveThree
Three Threobottlos bottles of Peruna made mademc mademcloolt me melook melook
look at life in a different light as J be began bogan begait ¬
gan to regain my lost loststrength strength While Whilemy Whilolily Vhllomy
my recovery took nearly four months monthsat mon ths thsat
at tho end of that time I was bettor than thanlover thunlover thanover
lover over had been b on before I had a splen ¬
did color and 11001 neVcr weighed more in inmy inmy inmy
my life 1I1 1I1ul v vI 4 4I
ul I certainly think Poruna is without withouta
a rival as a tonic and strength builder builderand builderand builderand
and it has my endorsement endorsementThis t tThis
This lady entirely recovered from fromnonous a anervous anervous
nervous breakdown She did not go goaway gonwny goaway
away to a sanitarium and spend hun hundreds hundreds bundreds ¬
dreds of dollars for forn p euro cure She Just Justotaid justntalcl juststaid
staid at homo took Peruna and in four fourmonths fourmonths
months 11 onth8 weighed moro than ovorJn her horlife herliCe herlife
life had a splendid color life looked lookedbright lo lookedbright ked kedbright
bright to her Peruna did all this for forher for11or torher
her What moro could bo expected of ofany ofany t tnny
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