The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 19, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 11, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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LUNQS HUNQ OUT TO DKT.
Communication Printed as Kerloua
News by Pennsylvania Nowspaper.
Tho York (1'it) Dally prints tho fol-
lowing loiter from a correspondent at
Manliou Springs n a serluus bit ot
hows. It was sent to Uio Denver l'ost
by a consumptive) who aaks It tho
Btatomcnts In It aro true
"This is tho greatest placo In tho
world" says tho Maultou correspond-
ent. "Hospitals and sanitariums (or
consumptives aro located In this and
adjacent springs by the score. Restor-
ed health and pristine vigor nro guar-
anteed to all aitlleted with pulmonary
diseases. Tho Burgeon's lull to uud ell-
mato do tho work. II one lung Is nffoet-
cd it Is extracted; l( both uro diseased
ono Is taken out and cured befora tho
othor Is "- ''ated. Tho cavities aro
l( with lint treated au-
Tou Pay -
ttuu can sco slung over
banisters of theso hos
pitals doicus of diseased lungs taking
tho dry air cure. Vhcro the human
lungs arc nearly gone tho lungs ot a
calf or good sized pig aro Invoked.
10 aro carefully trimmed to lit; Ma
:s aro rouglieued with a corut-
iirutn ntehBiiaueu iiko tuoso uscu oy
blackBmlthB!fliiiiJo"08 so that
irrruiiilntltin will KnaaaBllLihreO WCCK8
after tho buIIco Is thurouguly graf
the cuspidor takes a back scat and tho
lato patient omorges a renovated
"At first through sheer carelessness
tho banister laden lungs led to very
ludicrous mistakes. Tho numerous
lung lobes out fur cure wero not
stamped and numbered as now. (Sev-
eral years ago It happened that tho
Italian basso absolute opera singer
Cuuiplnola and his high soprano wife
Cavntlua l'attl tuot Uio oyBior kiiiuj
came hero both aitlleted in tho left
lube with tuberculosis Uy some means
their lung lobes got mixed uud alter
they wero respeetloly piuued glued
and scoured and reinserted his basso
luug was found lu her soprano bosom
and vlee verso.
"Tho sequence was that either of
them was enabled thereafter alono to
slug a duct. Uy a slight contraction ot
tho oesophagus Uie soprano luug lu
tho husband was made contralto and
tho basso lung lu tho wife converted
Into a baritone. At u concert last week
at tho oporu liouso at Colorado Springs
1 heard the two slug to perfection tho
four parts of thu famous quartette of
UollaUglla from Verdi's operu ot 'lllgo-
lotto.' "In bronchial troubles tho calf and
tho pig aro again brought Into requisi-
tion. Tho membraneous tissues of the
larynx aro cut out ready for applica-
tion. A llcxlblo round Hie Is then used
upon tho patient to rasp out the dis-
eased parts of the throat; tho tissues
aro then glued on und yuu aro then
asked barbcr-ltkc whether you want
tho bronchial tubes rinsed out with
'bay rum or witch hazel.' In my case
tho surgeon used tho tissue ot the
former of the above animals saying 1
'..idn't need any of tho latter. I have
been thinking over sluco just what lie
mcC t by that expression." Denver
A Georgia Drummer tired and hun-
gry after long travel on horseback put
up-at tho best available cabin in a
Ho did full Justlco to what was
placed beforo him but was surprised
to find next morning that his host had
included In tho bill: "One wan and
"Why" ho said I havo only ono
"That may bo" replied tho landlord
"but hanged ct you didn't cat liko an-
other one." Atlanta Constitution.
"Ho must be put out of tlio way
said tho feudal king. I
"Hut your majesty" protested thl
lord high oxocutloner "he is your ilr
"I know; but I nrefor to havo hit
By cousin pace removed." I'hlladell
v cable lino is the slot machine
- . -"--: - ... . . -
mat cautaM.mosroi the nickels..
Fred Why don't yqu send her j
Ned Well It roses wens
hundred I couldn t raise
to stir one petal. Phi
lu memory of.
COO servants of
la Olewer Coi
You Want Facts.
I Present Them to You in
the Letters of My
You Do Not Pay Mc One
Cent Until You Are
I present to the readers of this paper
a few testimonial letters and names of
former patients rhom I have cured ot
rupture believing that the afflicted
would ratlior correspond with some ono
wlkO hat been cured than rend what I
might say nliotlt myself. You ran more
fully Investigate and convince yourself
as to the merits of my treatment. You
miRtit doubt any statcmnnls I mlglu
make but you cannot htlp but bellorr
the statements of those I have cured.
1 will ask you to wrlto to any or all
of them. If you arc satfoflcd with
what tJiey say about my reliability
and methods of treatment write to me
or call and see me. Itcmombcr that In
all cases I guarantee a cure and do not
accept one cent of money until you are
well. Cowiultatlon by moll or In per-
son Is entirely free. I will be pleased
to correspond with you reca-dlng your
PH. EftNKST HENDERSON.
A Very I la it Cnn of Hupture Cared In
Mel'herinn. Kan.. Jon H. 1R09
" in Ytfjft!unlntm far rear ami
uOired Krtal agony. I went to I)r fleaderaon
an I wan cured In ttirre wok. I cannot tT too
much for liltn I know he can do Juit what he
taja hit can do. The Doctor doia nt aaknae
aenl ot pay nntll the patient It well. Tnla la the
brat unarantra he can pnaalhlr (flo to an ptraon
afflicted aa I wae. 1 will anawer an jone who
wMice to knoar more about my car.
Very truly jourc A. it. OLSON.
Write For My Trcatlea on the Cure of
Hupture Kent free.
Another Had Citae I'erinanently Cared In
a'Miort Time Urnteful far Maine.
Mr Dear Doctori I dcatre to adit my teatl-
monlal to tboae yon bare cured of rupture. Mr
caae waa a bad one an I you made a permanent
cure lua abort time without pain and I nerrr
loat a day fruui hit work. I cannot par too niacb
for ynnn tire and would not bo luck In th-ioii
dlllon I wnafur a tbnuratid dollara. I thank you
and would trrnniraen I your rupture i nre U any
one. Uau tbla If tdu wlh I am Irulyi thank-
fullyoura l'ltlll) IIAUl'I'.Ill WJII Indiana Are.
Sutlcred fur Year rro"inceil Inonra-
ble by other Doctor
Customer Havo you anything that
Is good for falling hair?
Facetious Clerk How would a wasto
basket do 7 Chicago Dally Nows.
Batae Old Animal.
Onco upon a timo tho Ror. Frank
Ounsnulus tho popular Chicago
preacher was a poor circult-rldcr. His
father so tho story goes was a roucli
old chap ot the uncut-diamond sort
with a vocabulary moro expressive
Well at ono timo young Ounsaulua
found himself in possession of enough
money to buy him a horse; after he
had bought It ho rodo It homo. II lit
father was in tho barnyard when ho
camo in and ho looked critically at tho
"Whore did yo git that hoss Frank!"
"I bought him cheap father" said
tho young preacher.
"He's a sorry-lookln' critter I must
say" said tho father.
"Well father" said Frank "you ro-
mombcr that our Saviour rodo Into
Jerusalem on a worse-looking animal
And the old man looked at tho horse
ncaln. and said:
"Durncd if 1 don't think It's tho sa:
Emperor Francis Josoph ot Atistrll
linn nniit Klnir Edward a full-lenKtl
portrait ot himself painted by thl
Hungarian artist uyuio.
Mothers will find Mrs. Wlnslow'd
Boothlng Syrup the best romedy to usd
for their cuuuren uunng me leetuiui
Basil Did old Stiller leave his faml
lly anything when ho died!
Zekc Yeas sab. He left a mortgagJ
an' two feuds. Chicago Dally oNws.
Dear Doctor: I wlab to atate that ! can moat
branlly rrroinmend your rupMfe treatment
flncorarly youth I bad K'ti aerlouily troubled
Willi n rlKlitacrolal rupture lliit waa pronounced
br iloctore to tie Ineu able exceut. noaalb v. hi
danrrouaaurirlral upentlon. Ilearlue of your
trenliiienl I determined to try the ixmeandam
Kind I did ao. for afPT Inking jour treatment for
ihrvewcekal am now round and well. Your
treatment I all that you claim for It.
MM. I.Y.N.N ataniom. Kai.
Latharan Mlnlater Tall of 111 Corn
After Huffarlnf His Year.
I aurTered for tit yeara with a Terr bad rapture
and daring allot tbetlmel wore dlltarent kind
oftrnaMaday aid alrhtwlth the lioxi of effect-
Intx a cure i tit u ey all tailed tin y rnly held the
miliar In place.
(Ipoo tha adrlr of Her. F. PfelfTer. of Sedalla.
Mo.. I eoninlled Dr Krneat lltnderami. th rup
ture tpeelallat 101 W. Ninth Streal KanaaaUlty
Mo. whocar'd me In a few week without aub-
jrcilna; me to a danteroo and painful operation.
The cur waa complete and alnce then I b ire dla-
penreil with my iruaaea without Incnorenlence.
Anyone dreirlng more Information will plea
apply to me pcrannally or by letter. I am
Nor. II 1HW. IITTUak St. KiuaaaClty.
KanaaaClty Mo. June 3. 1000.
My I)ar Doctor: I aulleri'd for orer Sre yara
manyllima the ruptute waa o bad I could
tcarcidy retain It with the aid of a Itua. dm
atanlly graw worieand the pain ao great I rould
itand It uo loicr. I waa muili illacoiiiagrd
After rearing jsar adrertl'einint I eoBrluded to
try your treatment: "It my turprlae yuu cared
mein le.athan four weeka. I am gledtoaay
after audi a long tlmeotauflerlng lamati olntaly
aou ml and welt 1 pa d your fee with peaaure
and atlll feel that I owe you a debt of giatllude
which I hope to pay by Inducing otbera to go to
you for treatment.
I win giauiy write 10 anyone auoui mj kit.
cenalderefl your offer of melting no pay until a
cure waa e tfected a the beat guarantee you rould
git. It (are m confidence Id ynur treat menu
Iteapeelfully your friend.
The Fotlowlnir Hare lUeu Cured of Itap.
ture Mini re Selerteil mi Itanilom from
Many I Hare Cored. In Writing Idem
I'leaie BCnrloee m Htamp tor Anawer
Mike (lay nor. SO Kwlng St. Kama City Mo
A. II. Ulaon Md'heraon Kana.
ItoiitrtJ. Ilroek couuty attorney Maabattau
N. M. Rent. 401 Orchard St Chicago 111.
Uecar Dillon Ml Campbell bt Kanaa City.
II. M. McDonald Dennteon Kan'.
U. K. Kohba 9JN. I7lh6u. Kanaa City Kana.
A. Young ill" Wlndaor Ate. Uaneaacity Mo.
J. 8. Ilatnmlck plumbing Kantia City Mo
Thne. ItarTo Kauia City Mo.
W. C. Peak grocer 'if Central At. Kami
M.S. Welch care (Joodlander Milling Co. Ft.
Ilr. T. r. Talker 1917 Drooklyn Are. Kanaaa
Ileriiiann Saeull Kanaa City Mo.
Wm. I.ynn Itanaom Kana
M. (I. Ilarltell. 719 Fellt St. M.lotph. Mo.
Fred Harper Mil Indiana Ate Kanaa City
William Weltman 410 Landla Court Kanaa
Iter. F. rOlfler Kedalla Ho.
H. J. Champion Armour Station Sanaa City
J. T. Wood merchant flreenwood. Mo.
t'haa. T llnmmer. 421 tdmoud Jit. 8L Joe Mo
Will II. fa. tor. UN. Spring .te. St. Loula.Uo.
Fred I'liatva Kanaa City. Mo.
F.. It. Ileinnreat Kanaaa city. Mo.
II II. tlriftlb Tempi llldg: Kanaaa City Mo.
Time. McMabon. ;t)l N. 7th SI HI. Loula. Mo.
i:. W. Dement reataurant keeper. 109 E. 11th
St. tealcVuct- I0U l.oc jtt St Kama City Mo.
cblld ls month old.
II. F. Shaw aralitant county aurreyor Ind
Wablngton llaker Itall'a Eummlt Kan.
DR. ERNEST HENDERSON
103 est N!nlb St.
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"Vour F.atiactoreaablea ut to male
5H lb more butter from the aant
amount of milk." L.S. Kaau Culler
Minn. aayas "We gel jc. more a
pound ainte ualug your extractor."
Maney Rtlua4 alter lw wet trial.
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GOOD SALARY TO AGENTS.
l'aica RaaaoMaaLc. O. F. CnaNDLta ft Co.
Kilrrenccat Nat'l Hank of 40 Wen Slith Slretl
Coiamtic and Eapicaa Co.' KaxiA City Mo.
A bottle of Hamlin's Wizard Oil Is a
medicine chest In Itself; It cures pal it
in every form ou cents at urugfclsts.
IOI W. Oth St.. Kansas City Mo.
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eat la aeaadlaaatlocalad.
A Iteialartlradeatela Madl.
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c-iuicd by Inillacretlone.ete and all pllfat
fltaonuia Curi'e guaranteed or uionny refunded
tlfer tOWcaaeacuroil. Cbanreatow. No mer-
cury or Injurloje medicine umiI. No time loat
f roiu ftato r brcaaaso Htato your eaae and
eeniltiir opinion and loweat tcrma. Couault-
tlon fri-o and conlldcnllal.
Qtrlr.nr- euiid wllho-jttntnimenU. No
manent euro arnarantve! or moner refunded.
Hond (or txxik lilcli fully eiplalna tnla Slaeaae.
Varicocele Hydrocele and
Phimosis radically cured without rain.
Dnnb fi" butti euiet.PI pagea 71 pleturu
UUUK ttj U defl.tlon of abure dla-
caaea effeeta and ciire-aiant aealed In plalo
arrapttor for&cout ataiu-.fiee at orilro.
linura 8 a. m. tol'u. la. Hunday 10 to It.
I KCU MUSLUM OH ANATUMV for Mea.
A Cur Uutuantnit. No
money accepted until pa-
tient I well. 100 page
Imtli anl fraia eWlrtr !
Or. C 0. 8HIIH. IOtH at Vai St. Kania City Mo.
AuttralUu Stock Are Dying; from It
by the Thousands.
Sydney letters Hooner or latot 'no
fearful drousht which Is divas! -tine
the Fedf rated Colonies must j"K Its
rrterlft flt upon tho meat mnrkels of
tho West and tho lierf trust In tho Unit-
ed Slates will find rtn nlly In tho wnlrr
famine which Is killing off our stock
The drought now nrcvnlllm; Is un-
precedented nnd forms the climax of
seven dry yearn. Tho losses of slork
slnco 1R92 nmount to 20.000000 ster-
ling of which .CIR.OOO.OOO have heen
Incurred nlnrc lf99.
As a nattir.il consequence agriculture.
Is suffering correspondingly nnd Ihe
financial Institutions of the new Fetter-
nllon pntronlyed hy S(tmt(ers feel tho
crisis hndly. Ilnnk shares nro fnlllng
mines nro shuttlifg ilown and thoiifnnds
of men out of work nro drifting to the
rltlps where tho stnlo governments are
cslnhllshlng relief works.
At present the northern districts of
New South Wnles nnd tho Klvrrlnn
havo partly escaped tho nll-pcrvndlng
Communication with water Inland Is
paralyzed tho water wnys of tho Dar-
ling nnd oilier rivers hclng unnnvlga-
hlc. Shipping Is moored to the hanks
and tho vepmcls lloat HstlexHly In tho
harbors. The crews hnvo heen dis-
charged as there Is no prospect of an
Tho Federal governments nro trying
to mitigate tho suffering eniiRed hy the
drought as much as posslhle the starv-
ing stock helng carried on the railways
at half rales while crown lessees nrr
not pressed for rent.
Australia's sheep king McCaughey
removed n million stock some months
ago from tho neighborhood of Ilourke
to tho Illvcrlnn. Icss wealthy stork
owners hnvo to drive their flocks. Tho
droves lenve wide barren tracks wh"re
they pass along nnd tho routes nro
strewn with skeletons of sheep.
Tho water catchment nren of Sidney
near tho sen Is Imperilled hy these
Tho resources to which persons who
hnvo stock to feed aro driven remind
one of the scenes of tho Indian famine.
Trees nre cut down for wood which Is
furnlshe.l hy io hark while others nro
loft standing hut C7ery leaf and twig
has been gnnwn off them.
Above In the pitiless light of the sun.
against tho deep cobalt of tho sky Uie
hawks and crows screech loudly nnd
ndd an nddltlonnl hldeousness to the
aspect of things for the reason of their
proximity Is evident.
A most rcmnrknblo thing Is that the
4-year-old catllo In Western Queens-
land havo never had wet skins. A
common method of reviving exhausted
horses and stock Is to silt the pnlatn
with n knife when the nnlmnt's own
blood Is swallowed and It Is revived.
Men known ns "sundowners" nnd
"swngmen" nro constantly being found
dead by the wnysldc nnd hundreds nf
them hnvo doubtless died on the track-
less wastes tho horrors of a death from
thirst having been accelerated by the
mirages of cool grassy evasive sheets
of water which are frequent In Aus
tralia and particularly so during n
Tho upholding of the duties on fod-
der has aggravated the situation Intol-
erably. Formerly In such times as the
present Inrgo quantities of fodder were
Imported from New Zealand but the
heavy tariff now Imposed renders that
means of relief unavailable. The Fed-
eral parliament was recently nsked to
authorize n suspension of tho duties fur
six months huj tho request wns
Ono squatter now Is paying over $t.
COO n day for fodder whllo mnny nrr
paying that sum weekly for strnw
soaked In molnsnes with which they
keep llfo In somo of their hardiest
At tho present writing 4000 miles of
rond nnd 40 routes nro Involved and
ench day matters seem to he getting
worse. The rabbits which have heen
such n curse to Australia nre now Kind-
ly seized upon for food and millions of
them nro stnrvlng.
A commltteo of engineers Is now sit-
ting to devise n scheme of water con-
servation nnd Irrigation.
. W .fc.
THIS HOUSE IS A (MEAT iilklT. "V1 S V-V"
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Tho Society Cllrl.
Professor Clark of tho Northwestern
university of Chicago Is reported to
have said to his class in literature:
"Tho society 'girl Is a parasite. Sno
lives on her father and In return sho
gives him nothing. She Is of no bene-
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KANUAB CITY MO.
When your teeth ache and you are all
out of sorts dreading the pain of ex-
It the only paiiilcts way to have teeth
Ileal set of teetlt $8.00
A good set 93.00
Teeth cleaned 73o
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One llttlo tip for your consideration;
Don't say ail rovoirjior yet auf weld-
Unless you're sufliBtfknouncl&-
HrtS.L Aunt Huldah lKnpklnn
fur a llvln' tB
Undo Joel Oh As-
purty tow 'Im.B
they say scH
altl- ter set in his orflslH
turn I'ccl your apple aa I fl
ulls- fore eating H
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SINGLE OFFICERS IN DEMAND.
Caused by tho Crowded Condition of
Washington Star: Tho overcrowded
condition of tho residential quarters nl
tho various military posts In this coun-
try duo to the return of regiments front
tho Philippines Is embarrassing thn
military authorities. Tho trouble Is not
so much with respect to housing the
ofllccrs themselves ns with the members
of their fnmllles. Tho situation hns
reached n point whern bachelors ore
fnvored over benetllrts In nsslgnment to
stations with limited living necoinmo-
dntlons whern such discrimination Is
posslhle. And It Is even nsserted tint
where thero Is no other choice between
two young cnndldntes for n commis-
sion It Is bestowed on thn slnglo man
In preference to ono who Is married.
Kven then It Is recognized however
that tho bachelor appointed I not like-
ly to continue long in single blessed-
ness. The powers that bo ndmlt that
their authority does not reach to the
extent of Interference- with subsequent
nffnlrs of the henrt. It Is mndn plnln
thnt thero Is no offlclnl prejudlro
against matrimony qulto tho contrary
hut Just nt present tho military posts
would nfford better nccommodntlons for
moro officers If It wero not for tho fam-
ily attachments of somo of them. Con-
gress provided llhernlly for tho army
In this respect during tho session Just
closed hut It will bo mnny months be-
foro tho additional quarters authorized
aro ready for use.
Of recent years Lord Salisbury's stoop
and his nlr of medltntlvn nhstrnetlon
havo not been commented on. but these
havo no been merely "old nge" char-
acteristics with him. Tho Westminster
(Inretto recalls that oh far back as
March 1903 Mr. M. White then prin-
cipal doorkeeper of tho hotiso of com-
mons wroto ns follows in n weekly
journal: "We suspect that Lord Hub-
ert Cecil's habits aro those of n recluse
and that ho loves tho retirement of tho
itudy. Ho is only 33 yenro oi nge uu
ks at least ten years whit nim
face anil stooping ngiiru nn-ui
it nnrlng over rtooKS is moro
Wicker baskets can ho put. to moro
uses than civilized man thinks of ltrgn
enough nnd turned down ono might
serve ns n habitable dwelling. The Zu-
lu knows this. How far nrn wo behind
him who only ttso our bnsKctH to hold
needles nnd thimbles vegctnbles nnd
flowers nnd such trifles and occasional-
ly n baby.
A Zulu's hut looks Iiko a hlg basket
Just before the flunl touches nro given.
These touches consist In thatching It through tho grasses
with grnsscs nnd plastering It Insldo Yet. 'let no ono smllo nt t.ls mdo
with mud The floor Is made of ant kroVZJ
henps trodden nnd beaten down until ( tle ones to sleep where Ang nnd
It Is very hard. The door does not the Death Angel enter In olthclr
swing. It Is set up nt night nnd taken i mnjesty. nnd whern In times of sorrow
down In tho tiny. In times of tribal of joy nml loving ns mnny tender words
wnrs there Is usually n llttlo opening nro said maybe nnd ns many kindly
nt tho back of tho hut for escape In . self-snerlfldng deeds performed ns lu n
time of need. Thero Ih no other open-. palace. Ueverenco for tho poor upturn-
ling and the smoke finds Its wny outed basket It Is n homo)
INDIAN'S STYLE OF GAMBLING
White men gnmble with cards but
tho Indian uses gnyly colored sticks
with which to woo capricious fortune.
Tho ThenlkeetH "deck" consists of 30
sticks which they nnmn "crnlis"
The sticks nro shuffled and seven nro
hid In n tuft of grass. The remainder
nro covered. Tho gnmo consists In
guessing lu which pile nro certain of
the nulmuls tinmed. Tho Indians will
stnkn all they possers. Including wlvcn
and children on the game.
Similarly the Haltlahs play "odd nnd
even" with sticks the winner being he
who gels nil the sticks.
Tlie game of tho Colvlllea Is called
"nllcollock" nnd Is played with spears
cast through rings.
Nenrly nil tho Sellsh tribes of thn
Ilrltlsh Northwest territories scorn the
orillnnry forms of gambling nnd bet
only on horso racing.
FOOLED BY SHEEP'S BONES.
Workmen recently tore down In Paris
n house which was built on the site of
the old St. Paul cemetery nnd ns mnny
prlr-oncrs of tho llastlle were burled
there In former times n few zealous and
well known nrcheologlsts searched
among tho ruins thinking that they
might And somo Interesting relics of
the old prison.
One of them mnde n speclnl search
for the skeleton of the ".Man In the
Iron Mask" for he too It Is salt) wan
burled In this cemetery. Ills search
however proved fruitless and ho went
' homo disappointed.
I Orently therefore wns he surprised
when he received next morning n noto
from the (otitrnctor whose men wero
removing the house. Informing him thnt
portions of n skeleton nnd something
very like it mask had been found lu
the spot which ho hail been examin-
ing. The ilUtlngulRlied nrcheologlst hur-
ried to the cemetery and feverishly ask-
ed to see the relit s. Ho was surprised
to find that tliey consisted of the hones
of n sheep and of n rusty fencer's ntnsk.
A practical Joker had hurled them thero
nnd unbounded wns his Joy when ho
lenrned how neatly lie had trapped the
The mllky-vny--the cow path.
The Now York Trlbuno says: An
odd bit of gossip from Europe hints .
that Slguor Ix'onenvallo tho Itnllnu
composer hns heen so disconcerted If
his reported collaboration with tho Go.
man emperor upon n new opera that he
hns (let) In dlsmny from Merlin. Tho
ruler of the Teutons Is n true Admira-
ble Crichton and his versatility Is al-
most llllmltnble. Not only wnr lord
nml head of tho state but nlso orator
ami historian painter musician and
poet. On occasion too ho enn preach
n heart-searching sermon. Composers
nml authors however do not nlwnys
dwell together In hnrmony nntl Jesters
In Pnrls nro recalling Vonal.ti's famous
quart el with Frederick the Great.
CURIOUS SALT DEPOSITS
KT rtXwmtWTeiri!oOTPiOSMasaaiiil I i ilillirin-i-;-lKoaa
One of tho tinlquo slghls nf Cnllfnrnln I commercial purposes. Tho output from I plough hnvlng foil.
lu tho remnrknhlo snlt deposits nt Sal
ton. This region lies In n depression
somo 300 feet below sen level and Is
thought at ono timo to havo been tho
bed of tin nnelcnt sea or lake. The tract
..e !... ln.t.u tlln n vnnt RtlflW f la III.
Tho rock salt deposits cover about! The method employed Is ns follows:
1000 acres and nro now worked for j Thu salt la first collected hy n peculiar
this place Is about 2000 tons of salt nn- tr of which site nu Indian to gnltlo It
finally valued nt from 10 to $31 per j This Is run by n cnblo from n distant
ton. The labor la dotio eh eily hy In-1 diimmv engine. This machine cuts n
dlans who aro ablo to withstand the mm n shallow furrow eight feet
Intense bent of tho desert (running nn wide and three foot long throwing tin
to 150 degrees lu Juno) better than the the rltlces on both kIiIi-h in.ii. r.i
white men. i low In tho wnko of thn niow with t...
linn ihiii up uie eait in llto lot in
A Costly Proceeding.
"Your ailment" observes tho doctor
as ho bends over tho patient. "Is mere-
'y ono of tho Ills thnt flesh Is heir to.
Hero tho patient rouses himself with
nn evident effort nnd replies:
"Yes; nnd spenklng of fnlllng heir to
things It nlwnys costs llko sin to break
tho will doesn't It?"
Mut tho physician being true to his
ethics refrnlns from mentioning his
charges urttll tho patient has regained
Somo people nro Hko clocks they nto
continually gome oui never bci m
Not a Tip.
According to an English newspaper a
man sitting down to bo Bhnved handed
tho baher somo monoy saying.
"Hero put this la your pocket for
The barber replied thnt ho did not of-
ten lecelvo his tip in advance. Tho cus-
tomer ft owned.
"That Is not a tip" ho said "Its
At thn end of the year 1001 the num-
ber of mining concessions existing In
I-rnnrn was 1403 or which ui;i wore
traction ot coiiinus-
The I-oglo ot the Luna
Sericulture the raising of silk worms
linen- not nppenr to increasa In France.
Tho official returns for lasl year thnt
133i;34 persons wero engaged In tho In-
dustry ns compared with 13G.21I In
1000. In 1807 the number was 13.1252.
The yield of cocoons vnrles with thn
sensons. In tho lost flvo years It Iisb
ranged ftom 0808033 to 0180.404 kilos.
More thnu 200 mountain climbers In
tho Alps hnvo lost their lives In ton
yeara. A smaller totnl than the death
list from mnny it mining or ocean dis-
aster hut distressingly larg neverthe-
less. It Is Impossible to avoid the be-
lief that most of the 300 lives wero
thrown a wny in a foolish spirit of dsr-
m "barker" Is peculiar to
t critical-moments in ft
uio "uarKM- put mm
-dofc ana a rtwiy
: H worth cooJ
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