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Defiance Weekly Express (Newspaper) - July 2, 1903, Defiance, Ohio The Sun comes peeping throw. H6w i love the dear old Hay mow and the perfume of the Hay and to listen to the sparrows in the rafters hard at play and to watch the dancing dust motes sometimes yellow sometimes Blue hurrying out the Little knot Hole where the Sun comes peeping through and to hear the cattle munching in the comfortable stall and to see the calves a romping now and then to hear them bawl then to see the smother coming with a Willow switch or shoe and watch her through the knot Hole where the Sun comes peeping through then to tread the horseless thrasher. And turn the fanning Mill arid climb up to the Pigeon nests and sit there awful still then spy the folks upon the porch and wish they Only knew what fun to watch them through the knot Hole where the Sun comes peeping through How i wish i could live Over those scenes which come to me. Through the Long and winding Alley of my clouded memory and hear the voice of dear Mother. With a tenderness so True and Wati a her through the knot Hole where the Sun comes peeping through a a. A. Eng arc in Springfield mass in Tenn a Republican. N to kidnapped millionaires a tale of Wall Street and the tropics m _ by Frederick u. Adams cd a a copyright 1901, by Lothrop publishing company. All rights reserved. Chapter . Before Chalmers could say a word capt. Waters opened the door and went away. It was As capt. Waters said. Hes Tor was in a Hospital. A Bullet had slowed its Way along the left Side of his head barely missing the Temple. The Skull was slightly fractured and there had been a Haemorrhage from the brain. When conscious the patient was wildly delirious. Chalmers left instructions that everything should be done for his Comfort. The Hospital physicians gave Little Hope. Chalmers secured the Best medical Talent in new Orleans and wired the facts to a famous new York specialist. He then re joined his companions at the hotel. The afternoon papers contained accounts of the tragedy and related the Story of the surrender of capt Waters. Before leaving for new York a conference was held in Sidney Hammond a room. It was the consensus of opinion that capt. Waters had acted in Good Faith and that he was not deserving of Pun capt. Waters opened the door and went away. Ashment. Sidney agreed to obtain bail for him and for the other officers of the on monday bail was fixed at $10,000 for capt. Waters and at $5,000 each for the arrested officers. Or. Hammond furnished the necessary securities and was accepted As Bondsman. For a time capt. Waters refused to accept bail. He preferred to stand punishment. Sidney argued with him for a Long time. He explained that it might be months before a trial would be held. Capt. Waters finally consented to accept bail. He went to a hotel near the jail and reported regularly three times a Day at police Headquarters. No argument could convince him that this was not the right thing to do. Col. John Mcintyre was the sole passenger on the a Helen Carmody when she steamed past the forts and out into the Gulf of Mexico. Iii his big leather pocketbook was a Cheek bearing the signature of Andrus Carmody. The amount was entirely satisfactory to col. Mcintyre. The Homecoming of the marooned millionaires was an event never to be forgotten by those who participated in or witnessed it. It began at new Orleans. A special train from new York containing hundreds of relatives and friends dashed into the Crescent City Early the following morning. Those who have followed the events portrayed in these pages can imagine the Joy of the greeting Between the lost ones and those they loved. Great crowds surrounded the delivered with great Force by son to Blunt instrument. The attacking tartars were driven off. The immediate effects of the blow were slight but several months later Hester had a severe attack of acute traumatic meningitis from which he apparently fully recovered after a Long illness. Later he complained to or. Yan Horne that his head troubled him. He explained some strange symptoms and was much worried. Acting on or. Yan hornets advice he for consulted a specialist in brain diseases. He was informed that in la probability a clot of blood from a ruptured blood vessel had formed and was pressing against the brain tissue. Hestor agreed to submit to an oper Ilion but postponed it and went on another cruise. He suffered no further attack and the incident was forgotten by or. Van Horne. It was vividly recalled when Chalmers wired his suspicions. An examination at the Hospital Dis closed the fact that the Seymour Bullet had slowed its course past the Point where Hestor had sustained the blow some 14 months before. Without going into details of Sui Gery it. Is sufficient to say that the gun shot wound exposed and partially relieved the blood clot the existence of which had been suspected. It was successfully removed. For a month Hestor hovered on the Border line and then slowly moved away from the danger Point. Sidney Hammond and or. Van Horne alternated in remaining in new Orleans until he was on the Road to recovery. Hestor had no recollection of events subsequent to the chinese expedition. In his delirium he imagined himself at the head of his men in that faraway celestial Empire. When he awoke from this fantasy clothed in his right mind he recognized Sidney Hammond and greeted him with a pleased but mystified smile. A How came you Here dear old fellow a he asked As he reached out a wasted hand. A what Are you doing in China what is the matter with me a i remember now that pig tailed beggar hit me on the head. But where did you come from Sid Nev a Sidney made a non committal answer and warned Hestor that he must not talk or disturb himself in any Way until he regained his strength. During the period of convalescence Hestory a curiosity was too great to be denied and Sidney evolved a wonderful fabrication which gave a rational explanation of How Hestor happened to be in new Orleans rather than in some City of the flowery kingdom. It was apparent Hestor did not believe or understand this statement but like All invalids he was compelled to accept with the Best possible Grace what was offered him. The physicians in charge of the ease prepared a statement in which it was set Forth that or. Hestor had been suffering from a clearly defined attack of amnesia preceded by a period of mild dementia. It possessed Many remarkable features but was by no Means unprecedented. A do you believe his recovery a permanent one doctor a asked Sidney anxiously. A Quien Sabe a replied or. Brown. A there is no reason Why it should not be a permanent one. The cause is removed and Hestor is now7 apparently in full Possession of his faculties. He is a Strong healthy Man and there is no taint of insanity in his family. The truth must be kept from him until he has entirely regained his physical strength. He should take a Long Ocean cruise in company with some one in whom he Bas Complete Confidence. That Means when these facts were explained to or. Morton and his associates they were unanimous in a decision to take no Legal Steps against or. Hestor or against capt. Waters. They were satisfied to await Hestory a Complete recovery and were confident that he would make honorable amends when acquainted with the facts. One afternoon Sidney informed Hestor that the physicians had advised an Ocean cruise and that he would be permitted to go on Board the a a shark in about two weeks. Hestor urged that he should go to new York and # attend to certain business affairs. This was not listened to and it was finally arranged that Hestor give or. Hammond Power of attorney to look after such matters As required attention. Or. Yan Horne took Sidney a place while the latter was in new York. All of or. Hestory a property was in interest bearing securities and these required Little or no attention. Or. Chalmers had not made Public his suspicions concerning Hestory a Wall a Street operations neither had any statement been made by or. Morton or others. Sidney found a record of the various transactions in a safety Deposit vault. He then called on Street amp Rogers and presented ids credentials. Their books showed that Walter b. Hestor had a credit of $32,000,000. He had original a purchased 700,000 shares of Stock and had issued instructions which had been strictly carried out. The Money was due from various Banks Trust companies commission and brokerage houses. Street amp Rogers had decided not to Force payments. Fearing to disturb the Money Market. Or. Hammond endorsed this frills and fancies of the summer fashions 5 notes of tile materials and modes Liat Are pleasing to feminine hearts. Germs of diseases. They Are now being harnessed by medical investigators. How Bacilli Are isolated tested and propagated a important part played by horses and Guinea piss. Fighter than Gossamer finer than a spiders Wreb Are the materials Dame fashion has decided to garb us in this season and rosettes with a jewelled Button Center Are amongst the novelties for trimming Coats and bodices. The latest fashionable embroideries Are persian and chinese. Every the temptation of All j country and clime Are called upon to things transient is very j contribute to our vanity irresistible to a woman a soul one j the rage for lace continues. Yak opaque material however is popular lace made of Fine Wool in All the new beyond All others and that is Fine i shades is used for trimming voile Cool Linen that forms such a perfect and Aeo Lienne. Teneriffe Spanish groundwork for embroidery which silk lace mexican Cluny and an has become the indispensable trim Tique laces Are All most Lovely but Ming of every smart dress. none is Mere perfect than the old the Art of stitchery is carried to italian lace. Coloured hand painted perfection and ready made trimmings Are considered bad taste. Dresses must be embroidered in some original design to be really out of the common. Linen Writh its highly a Blouse of Linen. It is inserted Down from the neck and up Yoni the Waist with lace with cuffs and Collar band to match. Finished Silky surface throws up the Floral or greek Broderic now so much worn. Foulard finer and thinner than of Yore is made in the most perfect Chine and Pompadour designs the bordered Floral foulard Are As Lovely As if they were hand painted Large sprays single blooms or garlands Are All most Beautiful. This style of design is particularly adapted to flounced skirts. Embroidered Batiste is delicately Lovely. Dresden Blue or eoral red Are effective on a Cream Batiste but the shaded embroideries on self coloured ground Are perhaps the most fascinating. Medallions of lace Are introduced into Many of the All Over embroidered dresses and they add in great measure to the Beauty of the gown. A touch of Black is often seen in the newest Model Robes and it has the effect of throwing up the embroidery and giving it Relief. Chinese crepe in Pearl Gray Putty or Champagne color looks very handsome with printed coloured designs which Are As perfect As if they were hand painted in Black or Royal Blue these designs Are very handsome. Grenadines Cloudy gauges chinese and japanese crepes Are much used Cottons Are mercerized and embroidered in silk. Canvas is used Over silk of a contrasting color for tailor made costumes and Coats both Long and Short. Russore silk is trimmed with raised embroidery in self eol prs or with Teneriffe lace which has suddenly become very fashionable. Basket Woven materials will continue with us into the autism a. Black Glace silk makes charming a Trott Eusey dresses for those who and spangled laces Are much a seen. All kinds of laces Are worn together and Black and White or Coffee color and White lace Are used to trim the same gown. Filet lace is called upon to do Good service on our summer gowns. Cloth is used in All sorts of curious ways. For instance lace Grenadine and the lightest fabrics Are strapped with cloth. It is also used for undershirts and embroidered cloth blouses Are a Novelty. They Are most elegant if a Little severe. Smartest of All Black dresses is Black crepe de Chine trimmed with tucks ruching and Black silk Guipre insertion. Foundations Are made separate from the skirts and a Skeleton silk bodice is needed for slip blouses inasmuch As our bodices have become slip blouses in themselves. Hip yokes gauged or tucked appear on All the new skirts regardless of the fact that the whole skirt is tucked from wrist to hem or trimmed below the knee with lace insertion. The Vogue of flounced or Box plaited skirts continues unabated. Entire hip yokes Are made of lace or a crossed trellis work of ribbon. In bodices there Are Little or no changes. The shoulder line is As drooping As possible and pointed trimmings Are arranged on the shoulder to conceal and lengthen the seam. Gauging is much used for yokes and the top of sleeves All the special new York letter his is essentially the age of Antitoxin extreme cases of the a hair of the dog curing the bite. New discoveries Are constantly being made both of the specific germs causing certain diseases and methods of utilizing them for their own destruction. It is Well known that if a person were shut up in a room for an extended length of time where no fresh air was allowed to enter death we Ould ensue because the air in the room breathed Over and Over would become charged with poisons Given out by the body and there would soon be no fresh air to feed upon. In the Case of a disease germ much the same condition prevails. It must have fresh material to feed upon As the juices it throws off Are a certain Poison to itself. Hence if to the blood of a person containing germs of a disease a sufficient Quantity of the effete material furnished by the germ itself be added the Small pest Dies because it drawn from the horse the blood is sealed up and stands for several Days when the serum or thin portion is extracted by Means of a Force pump. This serum is used on Guinea pig and its strength thus ascertained. It is now filtered and purified sealed in Small vials and passes into the hand of physicians in general practice who introduce it into the circulation of such patients As Are suffering from the special disease from whose Germit w As prepared. Their systems Are thus reinforced by a Poison to the germs whose demise rids them of the disease which was preying upon their tissues. While some Antitoxin have been obtained with comparative ease experiments Frith typhoid germs have proven very satisfactory. In 18s4 Koch discovered the Bacilli of typhoid. They a Rod like and thick with the ends mounded and sometimes joined in filaments. They possess Little hair like projections called Flagella and move a try rapidly. They How Trees grow old. Their Ane Cun be told by lamber off thin layers just in tier the rough Oater bark. Lifting with magnets. Attractive Force la great commercial Tanka and delicate optic operations. One of the practical uses of a Magnet but to those immediately concerned a highly important use is that in which it is sometimes employed to withdraw Small pieces of Iron from such out of the Way places As the human Eye. Another use of the attractive Force of magnetism on a much larger scale was that to which it was put Are found in a Ater milk and meats v Edison in his magnetic Ore separa and gain Entrance into the system by Tor in which the Ore preciously hotel and would not be satisfied until the principals appeared on the i course and instructed them to Grad tie Balcony. The mayor made a j rally convert the credits into inter speech and introduced each Man in j est bearing securities turn. Sidney Hammond received an thus it happened one Fine septem ovation As he stepped Forward one j Ber afternoon that the steam yacht sleeve of his coat Hung vacant at a a shark sailed Down the River from his Side. Nor was the greeting to new Orleans destined for the Waters of the South Pacific. On Board were Walter b. Hestor Sidney Ilam indy and when that Young lady mom l. Sylvester Vincent and Ber appeared on the Arm of her father Nard Seymour. Or. A incent and air. Bernard Seymour less cordial. There were repeated Calls for miss car a Blouse of White Delaine. This is arranged in a series of Box plaits each stitched with Pale Blue silk and adorned with a a mall transparent Guipre Motif Over to tue silk. This same silk Aiso forms an inner edging to the pointed Collar and cuffs. Dare the perils of the Short skirts. They look Best with a Small Bolero and High Belt draped carefully round the Waist. A fashionable Coffee coat. It is in d Klencon lace with sleeves of tucked net and insertions to the Elbow whence comes a deep frill of lace. The Collar is of Fine Guipre run through with narrow Black velvet ribbon the ends of which form rosettes in front finished with Jet balls. New7 sleeves have deep cuffs and they Are plaited in at the Bend of the Arm to give More fullness. The deep collars in Lawn or lace Are As fashionable As Ever and i think they Are Likely to remain so. Coffee Coats Are made of lace or lace insertion alternating with ribbon. Some have very deep Square lace collars which take the place of a Yoke. The Elbow sleeves end with deep frills of lace. Most of the Loose boleros have Square or Yoke collars which finish off in Long stole ends. The russian Blouse is still very popular it has Only altered in its Mode of trimming. The a a Fandango ornaments Dangle from either Side suspended by the miniature stole ends. No slip Blouse should be worn without the trim tight fitting slip bodice which serves to keep the figure in place. This bodice which is easily mad. Is a Boon to Stout women. It can be worn with Tea gowns morning jackets or any Loose garment. Petticoats Are extravagantly got up. The idea is to keep them Flat at the top and fussy at the Bottom. The top is sometimes composed of a lattice work of ribbon and the rest of the Petticoat bristles with frills and flounces. From beneath the knee petticoats Are considerably More flounced than last years models the trimmings Are varied and original. Gold braid being used on some of the newest styles. Large medallions of Black Chantilly lace connected by narrow Black velvet ribbons. Testing anti toxin horse. Has no fresh food free from its own specific Poison upon which to feed. In the Case of Many of our most com Mon and virulent diseases the Bacillus has been isolated and for their treatment an Antitoxin has been secured. There is however an almost endless number which have thus far baffled All scientists. Nearly everyone is aware that the Antitoxin in general use Are obtained from horses and the methods of securing them Are being constantly improved upon. Of course the first thing to be considered is the isolation of the offending microbe from the thousands of different variety which surround it. This presupposes the fact that the wicked one is so Well known As to be recognizable that his portrait hangs in the germ rogues gallery. After the bacteria Are removed from a sufferer they Are More carefully cultivated than most plants the usual medium being Bouillon prepared from filtered sterilized water and fresh beef. After standing for a few hours the Bouillon is strained re filtered and re sterilized. For several Days a process of recoiling sterilizing and filtering goes on in White dust proof closets by men dressed in most immaculate White. It is kept in sterilized jars stopped with sterilized Cotton. When this Bouillon has become absolutely free from All germs it is inoculated by having the Bacilli dropped in from the Point of a Needle of Glass and Platinum. The germs multiply As rapidly As in a human body for the Bouillon is kept in a warm incubator for about 72 hours when it May be seen to be covered with a ghastly looking greenish crust a toxin which is a hideous mass of the disease to be treated consumption diphtheria or whatever has been cultivated. It is then injected into Guinea pigs which die and Are opened and examined. If it is found that the toxin was pure it is injected into an Antitoxin horse. Before one of these horses is utilized for this purpose he is tested to ascertain if he be free from All disease by receiving an injection of Mallein a fluid which will arouse into activity any disease various methods. Many experiments have been made to secure an Antitoxin from Bouillon but to no great purpose. It has been nearly impossible to obtain the a juice Between the cells of typhoid bacteria without destroying the chemical action of germs themselves. No really satisfactory results had been obtained until recently or. Allan Mcfayden of the Jeaner Institute of preventive Medicine one of the leading bacteriologist of Europe after much research has discovered a method of manufacturing Antitoxin for typhoid which it is generally believed will soon be universally adopted. The Microscopical cells of the typhoid Bacilli Are so Small and pliable or elastic that no mechanical agent could destroy them. Freezing does not injure them. It occurred to or. Mcfayden to freeze the cells by Means of liquid air until very Brittle then to crush thousands of them together in a mortar. This first and most difficult step has proved a great Success. The mass now dead so far As its Power of communicating disease is concerned is allowed to become warm again and is still chemically alive As to its qualities from which Antitoxin May be prepared. Repeated injections into animals have produced a serum which it is believed will prove efficacious. It is too soon after its discovery for a Large number of experiments to have demons ruled its successful use but results so far obtained Are very promising. At present about All one can do for a typhoid patient is the administration of Baths nourishment and stimulants. If the new process be proven to produce Antitoxin the disease will soon lose its terrors. Upon the death of his grandson from cholera inf Antum Rockefeller donated $200,000 to be used toward finding a cure for that disease. Two students discovered and isolated a germ and or. Simon Flexner manufactured therefrom an Antitoxin which counteracts it. It will come into use As soon As the exact amount for a dose shall be determined. His Success has been the Means of elevating or. Flexner to the position of director in the $15,000,000 Rocke crushed to a Fine powder is dropped Down a Chute past the poles of powerful electro magnets in passing which the Iron particles of the Ore Are deflected to one Side while the non magnetic Stone dust continues in deflected Down the Chute. Still another instance of the employment of magnetism in a Small Way is that in which a magnetized tack Hammer is used in the manufacture of Strawberry baskets on a Large scale in conjunction with a mechanical device which presents the tacks one at a time and head up to the operative thereby greatly facilitating his work. It is a far cry from lifting a tack by Means of magnetism to the lifting of massive Iron and steel plates weighing four six and twelve tons by this same Force which is now being done every workday in a number of Large steel works. Electro magnetism of course is utilized the form of the Magnet being usually rectangular for this work and presenting a Flat surface to the plates lifted. The magnets Are suspended by chains from cranes and pick up the plates by simple Contact and without the loss of time consequent to the adjustment of Chain and Hooks in the older method. It is also found that the Metal plates can be lifted by the magnets while still so hot that it would be impossible for the men to handle Magazine. How a Chicken Roost. The mechanism of the leg and foot of a Chicken or other Bird that roosts on a limb is a Marvel of design. It often seems strange that a Bird will sit on a Roost and sleep All night without falling off. But the explanation is perfectly simple. The Tendon of the leg of a Bird that roosts is so arranged that when the leg is Bent at the knee the claws Are bound to contract and thus hold with a sort of death grip the limb around which they Are placed. Put a chickens feet on your wrist and then make the Bird sit Down and you will havea practical illustration on your skin that you will remember for some time. By this singular arrangement seen Only in such Birds As Roost they will rest comfortably and never think of holding on for it is impossible for them to let go till they stand up. Peat fuel for locomotive. Peat fuel in freight locomotives in Sweden has hauled the maximum Load the Cost being about the same As with English Coal. To avoid the expense of an extra fireman however. The peat is now mixed with a equal weight of Coal and the mix Turc has proven so satisfactory that it is to be tried on passenger trains. Unless the Date of planting is known a tree can keep the secret of its age As Long As it lives. Only when it is Cut Down and the rings that then show on this Cut surface a counted can its exact age be told. Especially when a tree is sawed j Down leaving the stump with a of i de for gm0oth, Flat surface is it easy to count its years. Trees such As Tho i Oak Chestnut Pine etc., add a thin i layer just under the rough outer bark each year. These layers Harden into Tough Woody fiber and one after another make the tree bigger and bigger around. When the tree is Cut Down these layers show just As Tho layers in an onion Cut in half. A each layer counts for a year. The ago of Trees that have grown straight and tall is very easy to determine Whilo in gnarled wind twisted Trees the rings run into each other and can scarcely be distinguished and thu some of the famous old sentinels on the Mountain tops hide the secret of their age forever. As the trunks of Trees grow larger layer by layer the rough outside bark which lasts from year to year cracks wider and wider in its efforts to fit the big round body it was not made for. And great fissures and furrows appear such an Are seen in the Oak. Some Trees like the Birch change their bark from year to year. The Birch bark that peels off is almost As thin As paper and split in a thousand places with the swelling of the live new Wood just beneath . Y. Tribune. Nerve wins promotion. Clerk in hotel attract attention off Cotton Kina by i remarkable self Possession. Daniel Sully the Cotton King has n new Secretary and because he has a new Secretary the Waldorf Astoria has to engage a new information clerk to take the place of William a. To Cusker whom or. Sully won from the hotel proprietors. For eight year Mccusker had served at the informal Tion desk meeting ail Comers. It might be a woman who wanted to know a Good dressmaker or a Man from Llewellyn n. J., who desired to learn where he could buy the largest Gold Brick. Mccusker possessed a wonderful control Over his nerves and never became rattled. Or. Sully noticed these traits in the Young Man and the More he saw of him the better he liked his imperviousness to excitement. The Climax came when a woman inquired of the clerk if he knew How to spell a up Tomaine and without turning a hair the information clerk wrote the words for her on a card and then sent a boy to put a dictionary on the table in the writing room. That settled it and within the ensuing two minutes the Cotton King had a new private Secretary and the hotel proprietors had been Given due noties of the clerks intention to leave. Sijon of life in Hen ears. An electrical test at first proposed As a Means of determining we Hether life is extinct has been used to show when life begins. No reaction is produced if the matter is lifeless. Applying this method to hens eggs Augustus Waller has found that signs of life begin in 24 to 62 hours after the beginning of incubation and that Only when development fails or in arrested does the reaction Continuo to be absent. Art in architecture inoculating Guinea pig. Which May happen to Lurk in his system. If he be healthy the Mallein will not affect him. Being proven healthy the first injection of toxin about one half a thimble Ful or one cubic centimetre is introduced into his blood from a syringe of Glass and Silver by a thoroughly sterilized disinfected White Clad clean shaven physician in a White enamelled stable. For three Days the horse is very ill eating nothing. H s Bones Are sore. He freezing germs in liquid air. Feller Institute for medical research. Prof. Behring of Vienna is also conspicuously gaining the attention of the medical fraternity first because of his discovery of the diphtheria Antitoxin which is yearly saving the lives of thousands and More recently by his experiments with tuberculosis. The death rate from diphtheria has been reduced to but 4 to 6 per cent from 80 to 90, by Means of Antitoxin. Or. Behring Hopes to reduce that of tuberculosis proportionately. His first efforts were toward counteracting the disease in cattle. Having produced a serum which rendered them immune his time is now occupied in manufacturing one which he believes will if administered to a child Render it immune through life. Results with adults have not been encouraging thus far. The germs of dysentery influenza and the plague have been found and harnessed More or less successfully but there is still an almost unlimited Field in which smallpox cholera cancer and other diseases Are having things very much their own Way. Willard c. Appleton. A famous irishman. Designed and written especially for Liis paper Ere Are Many things to be taken into consideration in the designing of houses for different parts of the country. A Low House of Good outline is always attractive no matter How simple the design May be. It seems to fit into the natural surroundings of a landscape much More appropriately than a lofty Structure. There Are other advantages in a Home of this description. It is warmer and More comfortable in the Winter time and requires less fuel to heat it. In summer it is usually shaded by foliage which shuts off much of the intense heat of the Sun. Rich ornaments and details Are of necessity wishing an average amount of room. There Are five rooms All of Good size in addition to the Hall bathroom pantry and closets. The House is heated by fireplaces in each room. From the front porch you Palt a through the front Vestibule into a corridor from which you can enter the parlor front bedroom bathroom or dining room. The parlor and dining room Are each Octagon shaped at one end giving More Light and ventilation and better View. A door from the dining room communicates with the Kitchen at the Back. The pantry is placed so it May be entered from either the dining room or Kitchen and is fitted whose memory a statue was erected in Hungary principal City. It the demonstration reached its Climax. In a Remote part of the City White Robed nurses hovered Over a Man Odiose staring eyes showed no gleam of sanity. His head was in bandages and he muttered incoherent phrases As he tossed in a fever of delirium. Anions of Hose who greeted the returned castaways at new Orleans was Robert Van Horne editor of the record who arrived in new York in time to take the special train South. Or. Yan Horne did not return to new York with the Happy throng. He brought with him three of the most famous specialists in the country and soon stood at the bedside of Walter b. Hestor. Or. Van Horne alone knew the recent history of the Man who now hovered Between life and death. He gave the physicians the essential facts in the Case. A year or More before Hestor had been injured in China. While conducting an expedition into the Interior of that country his party had been Ambuscade and in the Melee which followed Hestor was knocked senseless by a blow on the forehead Seymour were present at 7tfr. Hammond s invitation and Hestor was delighted with his new acquaintances. Vincent had a wonderful venture on hand which demanded his presence in Southern Waters and or. Seymour proposed to gather the materials for a Book which he asserted a would make them All sit up and on the deck of the a shark a with capt. Waters once More in command this narrative will leave them. The later events in the lives of these characters must be relegated to some future chapters. It May be said in closing that the doors of the Carmody mansion were not closed to or. William Chalmers Man aging editor of the new York record. The end silk upon. There is quite a craze for Black High curved belts require the deep or 1 whue Petticoat. And an endless buckles now so much worn in the variety f models Are in fancy cot jewelled and enamel work. ton Organ die am Batiste. Stiff Little bows with tiny buckles j Quot Ellen Osmonde. Won her own promotion. Those wha Roost. Newcomer they Tell me hens never Lay eggs at night. Did you know that ? hubbub so of yes. A strange Isnit it a a not at All. All the hens Are roosters at night you Prest. One of the recent appointees of the department of Justice is that of miss ploy v. Gilmore to be an assistant attorney in the office of the attorney general of the Philippines. She is the first woman Ever appointed by the depart gov. Taft appointed her to her present ment to such ail important position. I position and she was unanimously con she owes her distinction entirely to her firmed by the commission. Her salary ability and ambition. She was born in Indiana and is 28 years old. Army officers who knew her in the Philippines say she is very pretty says a Washington report. Miss Gilmore was clerk and Secretary to e. Finley Johnson when he was professor of Law at Michigan University. She devoted her spare time to studying Law and graduated from the University Law school. When the philippine judiciary was established in 1901 prof. Johnson was appointed judge of a court of the first instance. Swells then slowly recovers. In ten ukes a pretty trimming for a Light Days he is quite Well again when another injection is Given this time of three cubic centimetres. He becomes ill but less so than in the first instance. Ten Days later 20 cubic centimetres Are administered. The effect of this is hardly perceptible. By the end of two months More than one pint or 500 cubic centimetres Are Given without producing any ill of feets. This dose would kill a Large number of Ordinary horses but our Friend has become immune that is his system is Able to resist any number of live germs introduced because it contains so much of their own Poison that they have nothing to feed upon and die from an overdose of themselves. Now that this Antitoxin Quality a developed in the animal each month eight quarts of blood Are drawn from him while every ten Days he still receives an injection of 500 centimetres of toxin. Thus his Antitoxin Power is kept up. He suffers no inconvenience. His health is Good he exercises moderately and eats his sterilized Grain with relish. If he goes to pasture for a month or two his Antitoxin Power is impaired and he has to begin All Over again with his first dose of one cubic centimetre of toxin which renders him ill As at brat. After being miss Gilmore went with him. She took the civil service examination and was appointed stenographer in the attorney general a office. There she displayed such marked Legal ability that As stenographer was $1,400. Now draws twice that much. She a gentle hint. He had taken the curtain lecture meekly but at the conclusion he remarked casually a now there a the Case of that woman who was accidentally pushed under water while she was in a what of her a his wife demanded. A Why if she had Learned to keep her Mouth shut a he answered brutally she would t have drowned before help reached Post. A Monument to count John Butler the Irish hungarian. Famous for his charities was lately unveiled amid much enthusiasm at Buda Perth says a Lemmon report. Count John was a descendant of the Butler who assisted in the murder of Wallenstein hero of the thirty years War for which deed tie emperor of Germany rewarded him with a counts Coronet. Iii the course of time the family acquired immense wealth and is now among the biggest landowners in Hungary As Well As Bohemia and Bavaria the head of the family however always choosing a military career. The Butler commemorated by the Monument was As Well know n for his charities As for his matrimonial troubles. When a youth count Dory compelled John revolver in hand to marry his daughter Josephine. He fled during the wedding night and afterwards refused to recognize Josephine a child. The divorce suit he brought against his wife lasted 36 years until the Day of his death. Even his change of religion from Catholic to protestant did not obtain him a decree. A f by i pretty House for narrow City lot. Prohibited in the Small and Inex i up with the usual number of shelves pensive cottages and really do not j drawers pastry table and flour bins. That a More fan. Hey of must admit there a nothing delights a girl so much As the devoted attention of the Man of her Choice. She unless its the devoted attention of the Man of some other girl a press. The spinster Paradise. A there is a town in Pennsylvania named a that ought to be a favorite resort for old record Herald. Belong there but it is a natural propensity in most of us to strive to get As much As possible for our Money and in House building perhaps More than in any other undertaking Are found opportunities to judiciously expend or senselessly waste Money. Here is a pretty Little House designed to be erected upon a narrow City lot. The building itself is 24y2 feet wide. And should have an open a cellar extends under the entire House eight feet in depth. The height of ceiling above is 12 feet. The foundation Walls Are of Brick. The building above foundation is of Wood. The Walls Are sheathed and papered and weather boarded with half Inch siding and the Gables shingled. The roof is shingled with Cypress shingles. All inside Woodwork is of Cypress filled and hard oiled in natural color. All outside space or passage Way of at least four Woodwork is of White Pine painted feet on each Side although if it suit three Coats in Stone Gray body color de the taste of the owner better it trimmed with White with holdings could be placed nearer the lot line on picked out in Black. This House is one Side. This Little House is designed to meet the requirements of a person of moderate Means and Small family very cozy and attractive and would make a comfortable Home at a Cost of $1,200 to $1,500. S. A. Payne

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