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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, July 18, 1896
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SUFFER UNTOLD MISERIES, iBRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR, ACTS AS A SPECIFIC ! By Arousing to Healthy Acllon all her Organs, 5 It causes health to bloom, ,und< { joy to reign throughout the frame., >... It Never Fails to Regulate... j M7wlf*hinb«t»t> uml«rtrent»nontof lend- J tnic physic'luim thru*) Teurit. wtiliout bvnHtH. 3 1 Afi»r uslnir Ibree liolflm ot UUAI>FlKljrs< 1 FKMAI'K KKUULATOK»hec«n do her own > cooklog, milking aiul washing." I N.S.BllVA.\.IIondenion,AI». > BIUDFIElU IIKGUUTUU to., Mlintu, Ui. < Sold brdrun«l«Uiitll.tX> per Home. TIMETABLES. LOCAL TIME TABLES. Solid trains between "Poorla and San- flusky" and "Indianapolis and Michigan. Direct connections to and from all points In the Unltea States and Canada. L.. E. & W. R. R SOUTH BOUND. No 21 Pacltlc Ex Daily.. 7:19 am 2:08 a m No 25 Indlanap'3 Ex Sunll:45 a m No, 23 Mall & Ex ex Sun. 3:25 p m MO p m No 29 Passenger ex Sun No 151 Rochester Local Arrlvo <T.45 p m. except Sunday ^^ 6-20 a m No. 20 Mall & Ex ex Sun.lO:22 a m S : 30 p m No 22 Mlchlpan City dally 4:45 p m 1:56 p m No 24 Detroit Ex ex Sun No 150 Accom. ex Sun, .6:45 am •Does not rim north of Peru on Sunday. Trains 21 and 20 run dally between Indianapolis and Peru. Vo 20 via Tlpton arrives at Bloomington at D:32 p. rr.. making direct connection with C. & A. fast train arriving In Kansas Cltv at 8:55 next morninn, connecting direct at Kansas City for Denver. San Francl»JO and all points west. Free reclining -hairs between Tlpton and Missouri river and =3, connect « T.pton with main line trains forSandusky.Peorla and all points east and west. F-ir ticket rates and general Information call' on J J Skinner ticket a^ert, L. i.. & W Peru, Ind., or C. F. Dally, genera. passenger agent. Indianapolis. Ind. •• .. rirr — i'f.-.lr. Statins •Dally. tDally Bradford "and Col.. Philadelphia & N. 3T Klfiimond ><• Clnt!..- .Ind'pla * Louisville Eflner & 1'eorla.... Crown Point & Chi. Richmond & Cintl. Crown Point * Chi ilontlcello 4 Effner Bradford 4 Col..... Effher local freight. Ind'pls * LoulBvine. . Richmond and Ctntl. 'Bradford and Col.., Phlla & Now York... Montlccllo & EKne.. Chicago ;;••:" Chi ft Intel-mediate. ' Kokomo '& Rich....: Bradford & Col 1.A McCULLOUGH. except Sunday. Leave Arrive. ..•12:50 am • 2:45 am ..•12:50 am • 2:46 am .« 1:00 am • 2:20 a m i .'12:45am • 2:30am • 3:05 a m "12:30 a m • 2-55 a m "12:40 a ra "t 5:45 am tll:20pm ,f 6:00 am t1:»pm ,.t:S;00 « Til t 1:05 P m ,+ 7:50am t4:l5pm ,t 8:30 a in t 2:15 p m • 2-00 p m • 1:30 pm '•2 : 10pm «l:20pm '• 2:05 pm • 1:10 p ni • 2-"5 p ni • 1:10 P m ,t2:20pm t 7:45 am • 1'35 p m • 1:55 p m !> 4:30 pm '12:30 pm .t3:30pm tll:00am + 4:30pm +12:20 pm Agent, Logansport. •WEST BOUND. ' j,,,-in-I)-! II.T' <>p" >.!,'•• ;,'i?S bt L(u!» limited fully, -<>.>f |.« -lo'.... Jib4 i_ n Fast Jii.11 oi'IlT. 'OK! MI 4,'....;........;. *••> v '" KanMis City nftt* unllj on; i 0 -0 ... << j.f • m No., KAST BOUND. 2 N, 'Y. 4 Boston lira d dully 'old no 42.. 2:41 a m 6 Fast manually, -odinMO;...•••.•»»•• »'* « |» 4 Atlantic Llm dally ex Sun 'old no «.. 4.u2 p m 74 Local (rt. ai-com, dally "Sun « «) p m EEL, RIVER DIVISION. WEST BOUND. No35(UTlve No 37 arrive EAST BOUND. ,.1();30 a m 1 . 'i H5 p rn No30 leave - 'alwS 'm So Cleave. :.. '. : a.jup m VANDAL! A IND. Iio2«lor8t Jo»epb,«Sim... ......... i-» P m No 16 to St Joieph Sunday on T ............ ' w a m No 8 exsundwforwut'i BenJ ............. 8 J5 p m No 8 ha.i.^tnrongli parlor cjr, Jr.illanapolls to .South Bend via Col mx. No m Has tlirou«h sleepers, St Louis to inckl naw. FOB THE 8CUTH No 13 forTerreHame.iUdljexSun ........ 713 a m No '11 for Teirn Hauie dull) ex Sun. ... U#5 V m No 21 dallj ex Sundsj ............................. "*< » •'" No IS has ihrouKh parlor otr, Sonth Bend to IndlanapolliVlatolfKX .. No 21 has .tnn-iigU Sleeper, Mackinaw to St. Louis. ,.-... . . ArrlViS No 15 dflllf except ijundaj- ........... . ...... - »«j P 5J No 17 Suadny onij ............ . .......... •• ....... -'«f P m For complete time card, giving all trains and Btatlona, aud tor full Information a» to rate., Logansport, Ind. Or, E. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, St. Lout*. Mo. Manhood Restored. ^^ ~ Ifmt UKK APIW Ar jnifc wa,. -v. , , ..-.. «iiw)jt«pli«llrcn.llw. . . .„; tte Oencratire. OrK»n», '-^ni-jod B. F. K-«iIin'»,'LOGANSPORT. INO .—, — _ _ 1 perm»nentlf 'cured In Ifttoa* <J«7«.-Yon can be Iresled d .boolo f or §am» price tafler «nme ganrna- J ty. If JOT pn><»» tocoaia htreiwewlll co» •'poeb«f«,lt«»fail uicui«,If7oahB«i«»(in mer- cery, Jodldo liotn.h, and ttlll buy* •cliei and ' c»tn»,Muouai1P'at4)bi>*'lamonth,SdMiThroBtf . • £lak|i.lcH, Copper.CoIoreiliSpotii Ulc«r* oa cot,- U ll tlil*. Secondary 41JLOOD. POISO/ nit irnnrantceto cnrr. -VfS (ollcitthemott obitk p»feci»re« and cliallonM the ;world for • ca<ce w«' J n»nnotento»' Thli'4l!>eai0'baB ftlwBTf .' buttled thniklll g(tli«nioHeinlia«atplijiN cWiu. 9300,000 capital twlilnd our nccooiJI. : ^-.ni graaruKj, Ab»o tote proof* •ontionlfd an ry7:icnttoii. AiMreu COOK REMEDY CO* fcC. 1 ? *Tttt^fT^*n TiUQiplVf vHUICAwO( UUUi VALUABLE STATISTICS. Berlin's Improved Method of Subdividing General Pacts. It HIM Reduced the Death R»tn or the City Jinny Trr cent.—An Experience Which Should Touch [Special Berlin (Ucrmnny) Letter. 1 In American cities ot large size thorn are bureaus of ftatisuos. just as there nro in the European ones. But:statistics is a science of very recent birth and prowth, ruid it is of benefit.only when it shows two ohnractcrislics, vi/.: absolute reliability 'and- t.he proper degree of subdivision. In both'respect*;' I fear, Americans are at fault. Berlin FRO!?, VON VIRCHOW. enjoys a \vell-clo-ser\ed reputation In the. inntter of its statistic-.il otlice, nnd by closely studying its methods njid results the observer is forced to the conclusion that it has hart much to do with Uie enormous improvement in geucnil condition here for the jmst ton years. In ISSil, for instance, statistics showed the following' state of facts: Out of the l',"l. r >,000 population at that time there' wnre 73,000 living- in one-room ! further reduced'to about 10.3. WliolB streets \vbich used to.be jammed with ' human beings'slowly sulVoca.ling 1 to death or catching- the perms of eon- siim|ii-ion or other deadly diseases have been lorn down, and healthier quarters erected in their jilace. The suburban ri!g-ion a.Il about. Berlin, whe.ro dwellings and fresh air are yet coin- liaraiivply cheap, has bwn settled rapidly by peopln driven out by .the force of 'cireumstances. from t4m densely peopled heart of the city. One of 'these suburbs, Churlottenburg'. has increased from ifi',000 to 170.000 since iSS5, find others, like Schonetaerpr, Kbulorf, J'nn- ];ow, Wilrnersdorf, S'teglitK. lit still a •'flreflter ratio. The result, of it cl! hns been that., there' ore to-day not 75.000, b.H.t ba,rely 20,000'one-rocv.li liousi'hohl!-: left, in Perii'u, nnd that the deatli-i-nte among the poor has been decreased by 50.75.-per cent. Out'in 't.be suburbs they have more room, more pure air. more sunlight, and the children especially ore profit ing. by this change for the better, s The above '••t.riWnp-'y shows the use of well digested and carefully collected • vital statistics, for it was the latter which furnished the municipal authorities with an incentive tobringnboiit better hygienic condition?. And hygienic improvement lias been, MR a crm«e- r.|iienee. the watchword in Ilerlin for years. The safeguards against epidemics—cholera, snin.llpox, diplither.-a, etc.—are no-.v wcll-nifrh perfect, and humanly spenliinff. it will be impossible for any of those w.:ourpvs to 1::ke a firm hold of the (lerman capital. For this enviable condition of hyir'u-ne Prof.Vir- chow, or.e of the most cnt.ive nncl pa.in?- Uil<iii£ members of the Berlin municipal council. i.-< larRi-ly responsible. The health department of the city is now 111,1 nnod or imir.pdlately couc-seli-d by a brilliant army of scientific talent, and in the. rank and file of the various sani*ar'.' pervices arc n::iny skilled, liigljIy-ti-.-i'iiicd ofi'icials. The purity cf the v.':Ue;- :i;;d milk supply is watched THE NATIONAL OALLERT AT BERLIN. tenement quarters occupied by two or more. Those 73,000 supplied nearly one-half the entire number of deaths. That is, their death rate was almost SO times as large as that of the population as a-whole, and nearly.40 times as Inr^e as was the death rate of the.remaining '1,240.000. Of .every 1,000' of those 73,000 one-room tenement 1 dwellers there died at that time 103.5 IJCT year, or about one-sixth. Those one-room dwellers lived rfor the most part in households five or six persons strong. The some statistics showed, however, that the death rate dwindled with the number of rooms occupied by each household. The two-room households showed a death rate of but 22.5, the three-room dwellers' one of only 7.5, and the well-to-do" people, occupying four or more rouius, suffered by death only at the rate of 5.4 per/each 1,000. It was shown that there were'332,0(11, of the citv's population occupying 1 tyro rooms, 432,000 three'rooins, 308,000 four rooms or over. These figures were again divided and subdivided until they furnished, in'their totality, a perfect picture of the enormous variety in the matter of death rate. •• j A cry of horror wer-t up as these tables-were published. For the first time it had been brought home to the meanest intelligence, what close . .relation exists-between hygiene and life IMPERIAL BANK AT BERLIN, and death, and that thehbusiugquestion in this plays the most important figure.. If they had been content in Berlin, as they arc in ".American cities, with the mere death rate for the whole city, without going- into the question of subdividing -it,, probably, nothing . would have'been "done" to.' change things for the better. A deiith'-rate of 21 for the: city'does not-seem' very high in .itself. But having'gone into the details of this .whole business, the ; , city,, authoritie-i qame to the conclusion that n thorough- reform, of the!! housing question was.- necessary in'order to.largely reduce thf- mpTtality amongst the' very poor. • Van-, bus -steps''and''next a "new system of. irieosures ''were ituken. to: sernre .mo'r?' .dwelling tspoce.lf or-.these runfortunrtt.r classes of-tha population, and this w'a'S'' 'done so successfully: that- a steady ;de- .crcasc in-;the ,death-ra.t«; as. a .vyhole. •and more particularly ;in the,death-rate of the v,ery poor.,, has .been^aohievcfL Within five year's, up toliaoo; the 'death- rate was 're'du.eeil 'to ip; and within nriother five" years. 1 1895. it was utill over with utifcasing vi?.!lance, nnd any citse of iid-iilU-nvtioii in uiilk is speedily hunted flown nnd the offender severely punished; besides, all such milk is at once emptied into the putters. To raise the nvei-i'.ge quality of the mills one fact has contributed 11 great deal. In lieu of. the snifill. limiiiciaJly irresponsible dealers in.m'.llt have come a few laj-j,'<? dealers with reputation nnd large fortunes at stake. One of these men "S- pci-iallv, locally'known to every child, ns "Bimmel" Ilolle. nov.- supplied BerKp with about 50- per cent, of its milfc, guaranteed pure. - nr.d sold exactly for •whati.it is—from.-skim milk (so labeled on the cans) up to the richest eraira. The dailies of .this man are, some of them, large world, institution's, with -.he juiciest meadows to''feed the cows; and his uniformed nrmy'of clrivers'-'nd in i lie boys, to the.numberof wsvcral'hundreds; in each quarter of the city, may be seen all day-Jong. 1 '. As strictly as the'milk supply is watched over, so. too. is the water supply. ' Last summer there was a day when the water in,one part of the' city suddenly showed-impurities. The cause of this was immediately looked into, by the city authorities, and it was remedied within ten.hotirs. ; Though the cause was one not easily .to be avoided at certain times, of,the year, the offending city officials were ..promptly finfd and one of them, was .'discharged. .'.This' cose was the only'one within two years where the writer 1 supply-was not above' reproach. ' , .' '• The most-potent cause, however, of: the : isteady improvement in .the health. and the reduction in, the death' rate of the city; was;, as-I briefly, pointed out above, the.process of depopuJatirig the conjcctcd .districts in the heart of Berlin and the settling of the outlying districts.. This 1 process is'still going.OTV nnd at so lively a rate that there has been-,'- despite.the*rapid growth of the. city as a. whole, -a. marked fulling off in the five most central districts...,In one there has been a "loss of ITS lamilies in every 1,000.' .Iri tvyo others the decline has amounted \o 110 families in'every 1,000. And the movement of populntion froni the center toward the suburbs is proceeding at-a' much higher velocity than'is the increase in total.'numbers. The houses now being built within the older portions of the city, in lieu, of those torn down as unsanitary, conform with the^'strictest eoiijrary regulations, and thdse erected in the'cutlying quarters and'in the suburbs are of the Rame -,-character, Uicjbuildins;. police severely .enforcing: all- .the Vprovisjong'roade in .this respect. .'.One. frui'iful source of dis-.. ''cose. In, Berlin'..;the large 'number of 'bawment'-dvi-ening-s (in 18S5 about 126,'bob ! of''tiie ;: populntibn lived-in;eellnror J b'nserrient-dwelUnR-s,'.ln JS05 still-about iS4,f)00)vas.-diDi!n'ished ns rapidly, ns pos- njble»;.-.lM 8 the.policy.-of the authorities to discourage of forbid ;.the.occupancy of unwholesome basemenUs. . ViewiBg 1 . t-lie.present siuiitaJ-y^ condi- l tion ; of'Berlin :: a's-a'who'leVho^' e ^ <;r ':o n€ "Si'forced to'state'that itf no larg-eiclty'in ; tHe> world: has there :been' of late such an rnormous improvemerit. ..-','•. •;, . ; —— '• v.ON SCHIERERAK-D. A WORLD WRECKER. A French Fanny Mun Writes u T»kc-OB on Edition. The astonishing- progress of electrical science is neatly satirized by a Parisian paper, which imagines Mr. Edison in his laboratory hearing the news of a declaration of war between Great Britain and the United States. A young man, his assistant, rushes in, pale and out of breath, and exclaims to the great electrician: "Oh, master, war is declared! It is terrible!" "Ah!" says the master. "War de,- clared, eh ? And where is the British army at. this momentV" : "Embarking, sir." "Embarking where?" "At Liverpool." "At Liverpool—yes. Now, my friend, would you please join the ends of those two' wires hanging- there aguinst the wall? That's right. Now bring them to me. Good! And be kind enough to press that button." . • The assistant, wondering- and half amused, presses the button. "Very well," says the inventor. "Now, do you know vvlint is taking place at Liverpool?" "The British army is embarking, sir.'' The inventor pulls out his watch and- glances at the time, "There is no British army," he says, coolly. "What?" screams the assistant. "When you touched that button you destroyed it." "Oh, this is frightful!" "It is not frightful at all. It is science. Now, every time a British ex- pcdition embarks at any port please come and tell me at once. Ten seconds afterward it will simply be ont of existence; that's all." "There doesn't seem to be any reason why America, should be afraid of her enemies after this, sir." "I am inclined to believe you," snys the master, smiling slightly. "But in order to avert future trouble I think it would be best !o destroy England al- 'togcthcr." "To—to destroy England, sir—" "Kindly touch button No. 4, there." The assistant touches it. The inventor .counts ten. " , eight, nine, ton—it's all over. There is no more England." "•Xow we can go quietly on with our work," says the master. "And if we bhould ever be at war with' nny other nation, you have only to notify me. I have an electric button connected with every foreign country, which will destroy it when pressed. In ten minutes -I could destroy every country in the'wr/rld. the United States included. Be careful, now, that yon don't touch ony of these buttons accidentally—you might, do a lot of damage."—Philadelphia Ledger. •*""• SUMMER BEDCLOTHES. Blanket* Slion'.d Alway* Be Ready »t n»nd. The bcdclothing of summer is too lightly considered by housekeepers. In- Etend of utilising one of the heavier "blankets of winter for summer use, it is far better to,use the lighWr.and less expensive blankets manufactured for this purpose. The emanations from sleep in summer are much more, objectionable than in winter, and summer blankets should be frequently washed, as well as summer sheets. There is no hardship in- washing- a Ijght cotton and wool blanket, such as are properly chosen for summer. The heavy all-wool winter blankets require the services of a professional scourer, or some one who is an expert, in washing them. ID July a single' summer blanket, with .sheets and a .light- cotton coverlet, are suffi- .cicnt. bedding for the majority of people. There .should be a pair of light .blankets in addition always in reach in •prise, of n sudden change in the weather. In August, when the nights begin to be 'chill3 ; , rind in September two blankets, are usually necessary, with a second one in reach. .... The folly of using heavy Marseilles in these days need not be dwelt on. The summer counterpane should be of such light texture that it' can be easily washed." It may be made of white or cream Bolton sheeting or itrmay be a coverlet of light Marseilles or ditnity, or any of the simple mate.rials used.for, this purpose'." Lace countcrna.iu.-s over 'silk are!, happily, ou't of fash Ion 1 , 1 and vv'ere; never 'suitable for a sirti'.me'r bed. The 'pure''white bed look's so-pretty and cool in summer-that thc.re.is little likelihood of its being abandoned for any- •th'lnir.i-lse.. The -coverlets and 'bolsters ti:uj'l>cdt«ite.rs of.wash silk, in conven- tjoiial'faed-.floral.' pdi.tcrnV on" white, grounds, are exceedingly pretty, but or.ly suitable far gnost rooms rJiat.-n.re rarely used. 'It is better to dispense "with all bed civr.opirs for summer. The tester is c:;oife;il)le a,s a protection np-ains-t. draughts in winter a-nd for the stately .touch of dignity .and grace it- gives to t-lif lied'tiltin.^s. IVd quilfsand 'conifortabres are'not suitable 1 for summer, be.cjiiise'-t'hey cannot be readily washed.—X\ -Y."Tribune. . ToHton Uron-n BrciiU. The following recipe for "Boston •browii b.rt'ii'i". is ;irtested KS .excellent: Three h:i!'r-piiit cnpfulsoF Indian cornmeal, sai-'-.c' uf'rye meal, one-half or two- thirds i:n;ifiii nf Kioiasses-Oievui'dingto taste), snnr r.silk cnaiigh to r.iix (it will, depend -somi-wjiat 'upon the kind, of .-meal, and the consistency of the milk). It will be. better'if. Hi?, mill: is solid "bonny'cb!i!:rr." a.n:1 will probably rake .'about.two <;u!;i'i:!s.'li:ilf .1 to^sporinfiil tif' sale'fatus stirn'ii in the niilk r.nd a little ''sn'lt. Steam' fo;:r hoursi t'ak'.nrr i-nre not •-|'p1et't!-.r wii'ter'stop boilin?. 1 Ret"in.th« ' oven' to-form n top cr.nst. if-like'd. Use nosweetmilk.—N". Y.-Trib«ne. Tall I r ylni. : "I: once knew a isr.n." said the'im- aginntive boarder, "who was.so fat that he was actually taller lyi'ng down than .w.lien he was ttanding'up. What "do you ih'ink ...f'thal ?" ' • '. ' ' ' ' "It''striliee me." said the cheerful' Idiot', i "as::p're.tty tail iying."—.Indlan- -ipnl's .Iniirr.Rl. • . ' If you are able to oay'100 for a bicy cle. why be content with any but a STANDARD OF THE WORLD. Columbia quality—or.; C.'.-~S.'~. ::-:::— S Beautiful Art C»t«lepie of Columbia nr.d Hertford Bicycle; is free :f;-ou ea.J upon «ny Columbia Agent; by mail fto.-n ua '.or two 2-ccr.t ctampc. POPE MFG. CO., Hartford, Conn., Branch Storei and Agencies in almost every city nnd tnwn. If Cclumbias «re not « c oroncrlv represented in your vicinity, 1st uiknuw. M' The Governor of North Caroling said to the Governor of South Carolina PLUG "BATTLE AX" is the most tobacco,; of the, best quality, for the least money. Large quantities reduce the cost of manufacture, the result going to the con-;; sumer in the shape of a larger piece, ior - less money, than was ever before possible. n In • 'Healthy CUBES ConitlDatlon. ACU on ,tho Llv»r and «H Cold* and Fevers. B««utlfie« xor Complexion ;-^ Li^col^ Tea. Price :i* ** T For Sale by B. F. KBB8LIN** Klltlit W»y to'Warm Hnlldlog*. There is ample evidence to prove that tbe rational heating: of buildings was n well-uiHlprstood "art several thousand vrai-R ago. Ii. the palmy days of Pom- in'ii's 'early existence,'before .its burial iiuiler .volcanic asbi*. the olJ lioinan baths' \vuri! heated by steam,' and in a Li'c-tter <uiil far more scientific manner Ilian is follWcd nt the present time. Xbft wails of the building-s were double, ruicl the stCJini. nt atmospheric pressure. iioxloubt, \vns-carried up tihro'ugh these. walls, all around.; the . rooms .to b? .wnrmctl,; bripginp-, tbem to.a temperature npproxi'mating-' tbut of. the steam, anil'.' the b'eeiipaiits "of the rooms vrcre ihifc rxjxjscd to a'TDtliatiori of ifarrnth 'froni'oH-'dir'cctions; - rn this we have the true theory' of hcntinpr: '.Kollow- ing. :ln a rnensure, .this, cai-ly Kjstcm, soice one in .Germany, according- :o rr- ci-nt account. proposi'S to builrl.u houw of which- tlie.t'Tar.u'worl; is to'be made 'up .of «oter. tiibir-.q-. through "which- \VBrra water is't'o be cimiHned in v,-;r.-' tcr, a'ntfebld water '.li sn'wr.ier: \v':iLinii:.? LI-L-UUIM;(; tne inclosed sjxioes :is may ; ho promplt'd by n:oi'irement.s. All the floors and ceilings nnd walls nre to be crossed and recrossed by water pipes, affording hearing and cooling surface -vt.etly where theory tells us it should bo to'g'^' UID'most, desirable results. The 'liiiildina- of 1-hat. house would cer- rniiilyofford'an execlleni.nir.dern, pro<s tical'demonsTra.tion of the vnhieof '^ psc> idcf 1. pr'iri""-li-s.—-rn«rVi-:«Vi"•—/•;"'. ISnilfrt ETrr». It. is.not generally known that cgg?J covered with boiling wat^r i:::d ;illowe<l'' to stand for five minutes, are more. nourishing ivrd easier digested than i-ggs plnceil in boiling water, and aK lowed to boil furiously for 3% minutes,' A Kurt.Clever D<-*rt. All oil;! sequence of cvonl-s occurred a^ B New York.liotol Kriday. A'vatpnaw^ iu^ (ho"iiisiibtioti of ! lie electric wires tbi- l:fc ol'Oen. Vnrs>is. of Kan Doriiinyo, • who -w:is snlToeating from cnnl pis" in. liJ&'room.- After that On. Varsr.s caft-. I hardly count Friday as ;:n unlucky cloy.

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