NAB ENGLISH THIEF HOW THE POLICE RECOO.NIZED OLD CROOK. FEED FOR WINTERING STOCK Wilts When His Picture It Taken From the Rogue's Gallery Has Committed Many Theft. . Now York. "Dommo, air, I'm tho Unlit man," said William II. Jarvls when confronted In pollco hendquar- tors with n plctura of hlmsolf taken by tho Scotland Yard authorities, ' Jarvls Is tho distinguished looking Englishman arrestod at tho Qllsoy house, charged with unlawfully enter ing n room. "You will pardon mo, Mr. Jarvls, for submitting you to this ordeal, but It Is a rulo of tho department" said In upoctor McCafforty apologetically, aa ho paraded tho prisoner boforo tho masked dotcctlvcs. "Say, boBB, don't npologlzo to that old guy," Interrupted LlouL William Drown. "Ills plcturo Is In tho gallery nnd ho hns served sovcrnl bits." Jnrvls's Indignations gave forth Vesuvius blasL Ho was nn English gentloman, ho declared, Ho would liavo tho embassy down on tho pollco, Ills protest was so sovoro oven In pcctor McCafforty was Inclined to go nlow. "Horo's his vory mug," said Drown, producing Jnrvls's plcturo. At pollco headquarters, whon thoy know they aro right, thoy mako prls oners htnnd out and dollvor. Inspco' tor McCafforty says tho plcturo mado Jarvls wilt "Woll, domrao, sir, I'm tho right man," ho Anally said, twirling his flno mustaclo. Ispector McCafterty became jubilant, for In Jarvls thoy had captured tho most vorsatllo nnd plcturesquo thiol of two continents. Jnrvls's real namo Is Walter, nnd not Wllllnm. In 1809 ho won Interna' tlnonl famo through his arrest In tho Hotel Cecil, London. Ho wns caught In tho room of a Drooklyn mnn. Whon inkon to tho pollco station Jnrlvs said, "I wont to tho holol to visit n lady, Mrs, Hnillor Jackson." Tho pollco found Mrs. Sadler Jack on nt Uio hotol. Oho ndmlttod that Jarvls hnd visited hor thoro froauont Jy, nlUiough she was n marrlod worn an. Tho scandal aroused nil England. Tho country divided Itself somo do fondlng Mrs. Jackson for sacrificing horsolf to savo Jarvls, nnd tho many condemning Jarvls for Implicating a woman. Thoro was n sonsntlon whon It wns dlsclosod that Mrs. Jackson was Jnrvls's slstor. Twolvo years boforo that Jarvls hnd boon arrested nnd sentenced to four months' Imprisonment In Cork, Ire land. His father disowned nnd disin herited him, nnd upon his donth loft 80,000 to Mrs. Bndler on condition that sho roassumo tho family namo ot Jackson. Jarvls wns glvon n throo months' ontonco for tho Hotol Cecil net Thou ho disappeared. It Is said ho sorvod In Uo Door war. A year ngo Jarvls nppoared In Now York. Ho wont to llvo nt 217 Wost Ono Hundred nnd Twoity-socond BtroeL In tho homo of Ivors Dacholor. Ho was Introduced to tho latter as a rich Englishman. Miss Laura Fcgloy, who Itvos nt tho Hotol ailsey hunrd somo ono onter tho room ot O. U Rherer next to horn, nnd, knowing Mr. Shorer wns not heme, opened, tho door and confronted "Jarvls nnd nnothor man. Jarvls and tho young mnn hurried down tho corridor nnd disappeared. Miss Fvglcy gave tho alarm, nud Jnr vis was caught downstairs but his companion escaped, Dog Saves Tots From Dear, Altoonn, Pn.i-Dofondlng Us mnster's throo young children ngnlnst nn in- furlntod bonr, whoso cubs tho children hnd found In tho woods, n smnll pet dog was torn Into ribbons near tho homo or 8. II, Wulte, who lives on tho mountain noar Tyrone. Tho throo children, tho uldost only nine years old, while on their way along a moun tain trail to visit nu mint, stumbled upon tho cubs In tho brush nnd plokod ouo up to play wlh IL A moment later tho mother bear enmo crashing through tho brush. Seeing tho danger to his young charges, tho llttlo dog gave battle, whtlo the children ran homo In fright, Mr Wnlto and his neighbors nt onco wont to tho spot, hoping to And tho dog still allvo but found his body ripped to pieces by tho bear's claws, Tho faithful nnlutal was burled, his grave surmouutod by a marker reading: "Ho wns only a dog, but bo died for his llttlo friends." Numerous Catch Crops to Supple ment Hay When Latter Is Failure Soy Deans for Silo. On many farms whoro tho numbet of nnlmats raised on tho farm nnd kopt through tho winter Is depondont upon tho amount of bay harvested, tho farmer Is unnblo to winter all of his stock when tho liny crop Is a fall uro unless ho grows catch crops to supplomont his hay crop. Onts nnd pens mnko n very good catch crop nnd will produco n largo nmount of palatablo and nourishing hny. Corn foddor makes nn excellent catch crop nnd affords nbundnnco of rough food, although corn thnt Is al lowed to reach n moro mat tiro condi tion will nfford tho most nourishment. Millet Is nnothor oxcollont catch crop and will thrlvo under n wldo vnrloty of conditions, but llko most othor crops will produco better crops when It Is raised on land that contnlns nn nbundnnco of plant food. Darloy nnd pons nro vory vnlunblo for fnll feeding nnd may bo cut lato and cured for hay tho samo as oats and pens. This mixed crop may bo used for soiling purposes until lato In Novomber. Itnpo Is a member of tho turnip family nnd makes nn oxcollont Into forago crop for sheep nnd hogs any many farmers pasturo It with young cattlo but it is not adapted for 'coding dairy cattlo, owing to tho dan gnr of Its giving tho milk n bad odor, similar to that Imparted by tho turnip when fod In largo quantities. Soy beans nro recommonded highly as nn economical sourco of protein nnd mny bo grown In most sections of tho country whoro llvo stock is fod. Many fall with this crop bo- causo they do not wait for tho ground to bocomo warm beforo thoy sow tho crop, Soy beans may bo drilled, plan od In hills or In rows. On farms whoro thoro is n silo they will do well whon sowed In tho corn flold nnd run Into tho silo with tho corn crop. It Improves tho food value of tho onsllngo nnd hns no bad ro- ults. SURELY GOOD CAKE DAKER PROVED THAT FACT THE RESULTS. PASTURING PIGS ON CLOVER BREAKING UP BROODY HENS Shutting Her Up In Dox With Slatted Bottom Will Effect Cure In Very Few Dsys. It Is naturnl for hens of tho sitting breeds to bocomo broody nftor sho hns finished laying n "clutch" of eggs. Thoy do not dosorvo to bo ducked or otherwlso nbusod bocnuso thoy follow tho courso naturo hns laid down for them. If tho hon begins to show signs of broodlnoss nnd Is not ncodod for hntchlng It Is very easy to break hor up, If Immedlato action Is taken. Shutting hor In n box with n slatted bottom, tho box bolng supported n foot from tho ground, will usually euro her In n day or two. Tho slnttod bottom furnishes n per fectly easy place for tho hon to stand or sit, but Is not conduclvo to tho kind of sitting thnt comes with tho revor ot urooainoss, nrooainoss is n sort of fovor nnd tho slatted bottom of tho box allows tho nlr to circulate under tho hen nnd soon cools tho fever nnd tho hon is ready to go to work sonnor. It Is doubtful if rearing n brood of chlckons decreases tho egg record of n hen In nny way, It tho hen bocomes broody sho will waste a lot of time If allowed to sit around until sho gats rendy to quit, but If sho Is broken up nt onco It is doubtful If sho will begin laying again any sooner than sho would If Bho bad been nllowod to hatch nnd roar a brood ot chicks. Everybody Sees 8nakes, Oroouvlllo, 1'a. Although a local op tion town ninny of tho residents of Conneautvlllo hnvo boon soolng snakes for n week past. Tho shipment by mtstnko ot a big box ot reptiles from Texas Is responsible for tho exhibition. As tho box is unclalmod tho express company is trying to sell tho snakes for tho charges, but thoro has bocn no rush to tho bargain counter. Tragedy In Bird Life, Dublin, Ind. Thnt birds as woll as members of tho human family, hnvo tragedy In their lives, Is shown by n discovery mado In tho gardens sur rounding tho homo of tho Domareo sis ters at Milton nnd Maple streets. Hanging suspended from tho limb ot a treo woro found two swifts, ono with tho end of a stout linen thread tight ly wound arouud Its neck nnd tho oth er with tho other ond ot tho thread tied to 1U Blunder log. How thoso feathered friends over becamo en tangled in such a predlcamont Is loft to conjocturo. The Science of Farming. It tho world's ntteutlon dotermlnok tho Importance of n science, then tho sclonco of farming Is receiving de served recognition. For tho world Is certnlnly giving much nttentlon to tho farm nud tho people who work upon It. This Is. not to bo wondered nt, for upon tho farm and lis products depend nil other Industries. Without this science nil othor things must fall, whereas tho farmer could, If nocos snry, mako n fairly good shift nt doing without nil tho rest. Knowing how is Just ns vnlunblo on tho farm ns In nny othor branch of Industry. Tho subject of "Dry Fwrra lug" Is nn Illustration vory much In point. Ono mnn oxpcrlmonted until ho learned tho secret nnd ns n result ninny peoplo hnvo profited. Whnt ho toarned does not scorn vory wonderful, but It wns tho thing needed to bo known, nnd in tho semi arid west, whoro cropa nro being grown by this method, thoy deom it qulto nn achieve ment. It always pays to study ono's business. "Old Rlbsy's" Production Possibly Dad for the Consumers, but They Could Not Help From Eating It. Old Norloy half a century ngo was reputed tho only town In tho county where a solfrespoctlng housowlfo might in caso ot unexpected company oko out hor supply of cako, plo cookies by purchaso Instead of bor rowlnir. Elsewhoro ono must resort to tho neighbors. To buy "bakor1 trash" was to Incur a stlgmn novcr forgotten, Dut Joscphus Hoblnson tho Norloy baker hotter known Iron Ically bocnuso of his rotund form as "Old Itlhsv" was n master of tho oven whom not oven tho most cxporl oncod nnd nblo housowlfo might wlso- ly scorn. Only onco, Indeed, was his superla tlvo product lloutcd. Young Mrs Tlnklny, Loronzo Tlnkloy's ambitious bride, had been n notablo cook In tho town from which ho brought her. Sh boldly averred thnt Old Itlbsy'i "rhymod-rulo ordlnntlon cako" tho richest, choicest and most famous enkn on his list could not comparo with tho ordlnntlon cako sho wns her self accustomed to compound, by Grandmother Hortlngalo's rcclpo, brought from England. Her boast was repeated to. Old Mb sy( who listened unperturbed. Only after mnny ropotltlons wns ho sum llcntly moved from his comtortnblo calm to offer a rejoinder. "Wo-c-ll," ho drawled nt last, "1 ain't n doubt Mis' Tlnkloy's an oxtry good cook, nn' so most llko was hor Qrnn'mn Hartlngalo beforo hor. Nor I nln't nnylng thnt cako o' hors nln't an oxtry good enko. Qlvo credit whoro credit's duo, snys I, nn' everybody I'vo nst nbout thnt cako snys It s good. "Hut llkowlso thoy toll mo thoy dnsn't but Jest tnko n teenty ploco nn u ftv nibbles, becnuso they 'splcloned first tasto 'twas too rich to bo wholo- somu. Yes, sir, and nary ono noipcd twlcol "Now, so's my ordination enko too rich to bo wholesome, moro'n n inositol or bo, but when folks hnvo snvored tholr first blto thoy don't romomborl I warn 'am fair, but thoy don't rum em bcr; thoy Just cat! "Whon Mis' Tlnkloy can p'lnt to ns mnny colics nn' dyspopsys following a party with hor cako as Doctor Pod loy'll tostlfy having tonded after ono with mlno, why, mobbo I'll h'lst .my cap to Qrnn'mn Hartlngalo an' retire from business, Yes, sir, I nlwnys warn 'em 'tnln't good for their stummlcks I warn 'era fnlr whon they order; but thoy Just will hnvo IL "Doctor I'edloy nn' mo, wo'vo ofton confabbod togothor nbout tho foolish noss of folks In Bluffing richness. All Is, If nny fool feller wa"ts to mnko hlmsolf sick, thoro nln't nnyfWng moro wuth whllo doln' It for than my rhymod-rulo ordlnntlon enko, it I do say so," Youth's Companion. A Convenient Rule. Tho editor ot a newspnper published In a small town in New Jersey fre quently recotved from ono of Its citl sens letters on municipal affairs that woro nlwnys portlnent nnd worthy of publication, but which wero punctun tod in n wny that wns most peculiar, Meeting his correspondent on tho street ono day, ho said, 'Thnt wns an oxcollont letter I received from you this morning, Undo Hugh, nnd I'm going to print it In this week's pnpor. Dut toll mo. whnt rulo do you follow for punctunllont'' "Why." repllod Undo Hugh, "tho samo rulo ns I was tnught when I wns boy, I put n semicolon overy twolvo words nnd two com in as be tween oach pair of somlcolons," Youth's Companion. Aerating Milk. All milk should bo aorntcd ns soon as taken from tho cow. This can bo duno by passing it through tho separa tor, but It Is not as good ns a device which divides tho milk Into mnny lino itrenms nnd then allows It to flow over n wldo surface In thin sheets with plonty of Ico to koop tho surface cool. Coffin From Her Own Tree Winchester, Vn. Mrs. Ellznboth Kerns, tho oldest woman In this vi cinity, died at hor home, noar Dloom cry, aged ono hundred nnd six years. IWhon a child sho planted n walnut, from which grow n largo treo. Throo years ngo it was cut down, nnd nt Mrs, Kerns' request it was mado into a oflln, in which sho will bo burled. Tho Ulund ot Porto Ulco is nbout )00 miles long, 40 miles wldo nud has population ot a wllllo. Palmetto Asparagus, Pnlmotto asparagus Is tho most pap ular varloty for commercial planta tions. It ts rust-resistant to a largo degreo nnd makes a strong, vigorous growth. Columbian Whlto Mammoth ts a splondld whlto varloty. Aspara gus should bo grown moro largely for many eastern markets. It nearly al ways sells readily nt good prices nnd brings tho grower n ensh return early In the season boforo many othor vegetables nro ready for sale. If mar kot conditions nro favorablo, plan for sotting n bed noxt spring. Orow your own plants, If possible. If not, buy from special growers who pro duce strong plants treo from disease. Wild Qoose Farmer, Capt. Joshua D. Whoaton of Chlnco tongue, Va., claims tho distinction of bolng tho only wild gcoso farmor in tho world. Ho has 250 acres ot land skirting tho coast ot Chlncotonguo sound nnd has ut tho prosont time ovor 1,(00 wild geeso on tho place. Ho ships nllvo to tho northern mar kots and gets nn nvorngo prlco ot S por pntr. Ho got a start by capturing young birds and clipping tholr wings. Wishbones as Playthings. Wishbones hnvo found n moro exalt ed mission than enabling romantic ouug persons to toll which ono la go ing to get married first. A ribbon trimmed box containing 25 wishbones wns sent from n boarding bouso to n Now York hospital ward tho othor dny. "Tho children down thero mnko fur nlturo out of thorn," said tho giver. 'Tho nurses keep thos thnt nro nble to sit up In bod busy at something part of tho tlmo. They mnko funny llttlo housos nnd tho furniture for thorn. In fashioning tho furniture thoy find tho wishbones especially sdaptablo, so anybody who hns only tho prlco ot a chicken can nt least help the hospitals nlong to tho oxtont of a wishbone." Here's a New Word. Former Judgo James Lawrenco coined n now word In an address to tho circuit court tho other dny. Ho wns trying to show tho improbability of the situation or ot tho circum stances that had been set forth by tho opposition. After an elaborate review of tho ovldonco, ho said: "I do not noed to point out to your honors tho nbsoluto Improbability, not to say Impossibility, ot any such 'situ stances' obtaining In the caso now on hoarlng." Cleveland Leader. His Suggestion. Tho Narrator1 Aud from my te. ihot tho ball caught tho dog, lifted him ovor a bush and landed him In a pond; and I've never boon able to In duce tho dug to come on to tho links with mo since. The Listener Perhaps ho objects to bo seen out with Ananias. Produces Cheapest Pork, When Used In Conjunction With 8ome Supplemental Feed. Even at present prices it is ossen tlally to our Interests to produco pork as cheaply ns possible Simply bo cnuso hogs nro selling nt record prlcos wo cannot allow tho cost of produc tion to creep up nlongsldo tho Increas ed soiling prlco. It should over bo tho aim of tho hogman to hnvo tho hogs nnd tho methods which will on nblo him to produco a pound ot pork with tho smallest outlay consistent with good gains. It has always been our opinion thnt tho cheapest pork can bo produced on clovor pnsturo, when It Is used In con junction with somo supplemental feed, writes Clydo A. Wnugh, In Michigan Farmer. Clovor furnishes chenp pro tein, nllows tho hog to cxlBt In what approaches his nnturnl condition, keeps him fairly healthy, manures your field and saves a great deal o( labor. wo nnvo round thnt most of our profltabto litters aro thoso thnt nre farrowod about tho tlmo tho sows can bo turned on pasture. It Is an ensy matter to tnko n roll of hog fencing, Btlck in a post every sovon or olght reds, nnd to stretch up your fence. enn bo dona In half a day. Sovcrnl litters ot pigs can bo run in a fow acres. After suckling n few weeks tho sows can bo reduced to a ration of fow ears ot corn n dny. Daforo thl a fow troughs can bo placed so ns to admit tho pigs and koep out tho sows, whon tho pigs can bo glvon shorts and other feeds. Handled In such n mannor you hnvo fair stxod shoats when tho now corn crop is ready to bo fed. Then, n llttlo rcon corn can bo used to ndvantago, However, by tho tlmo tho corn rendy, tho shoats will stand qulto heavy feeding whllo on tho clover. Dy so doing, tho spring pigs can often bo turned oft after running behind steers on n very short food which begins enrly In tho fall. Two years ago wo turned n bunch of shoats so raised, In n corn flold with tho older hogs. When tho pleco wns hogged off pnrt of tho spring pigs went to mnrkot. CLINCHED THE CASE SAILOR PROVED POSSESSION ACCOMPLISHMENT. Or Disconcerted Opposing Lawyer at the Very Moment He Thought Ho Was Assured of Complete Victory. KEEPING COWS OUT OF PONDS Dslrymen Make Dig Mistake In Allow ing Animals to Drink Dirty, Stagnsnt Water. Mnny men who think thoy nro good fnrmors nllow their cows to drink all summer from nny old pond that hap- pens to contain enough wator. No mnttor how filthy It Is, or how wnrm or contaminated by vcgotauio growth or droppings from tho nnlmnl themsolvfls, bo long ns It Is wnter. A grentor error never wns mndo, You cannot got good milk or butter from dirty pond water. Tho cow Is a wonderful milking ma chlno nnd sho ofton transforms somo pretty poor stuff Into milk, but It sho Is given nothing but dirty, stagnant pond wntor all her powers of nlchcmy ennnnt turn it Into a fluid fit for chll drer. to drink. Thoro Is one wny, however, In which pond wntor may bo used to ndvnntngo. but It Is not to nllow nnlmnls to go Into it or drink from It direct A pond on the Oklahoma station farm holds n million gallons nnd sup- piles 100 head each of cattlo nnd hogs. It drnlns n inrge nrcn which Is on n hill to tho bnrns nnd food lots. That Is different As it runs from tho fnucot It Is ns clear an tho average well wator and It tastes good. The cost of building tho pond nnd of piping tho wntor nbout one-third of a mlla wns nbout J 100, Darrlng usual nccldonts It should cost nothing for repairs and it docs not cost a cent to opornte it. Thero nro mnny localities whoro the ground Is more or less hilly where this system of supplying water could very easily bo adopted without great cost. Home-Raised 8eed Potatoes. A good many peoplo think the must got their seod potatoes from n different locnllty every throe or four years, or they will run out This Is a mlstnke; n wrong Idea. Wo hnvo sold eod notntoos to thoso samo men, yot wo novor changed seed, ot tho same variety, In our life. A few years ago a dealer in pota toes hero brought In a carload ot seed potatoes from Aroostook, Me., nnd sold them nt n very high price. Some of our neighbors bought this seed and planted, but were much disappointed nt digging tlmo, for their own seed gnvo tho best crop. If farmers will take as much rains in selecting their potatoes as they do their corn for seed they will not run out. Dut the only thing the careless farmer, that has taken no pains to Improve his potatoes, can do this prlng is to plnnt the best he has, nnd noxt fall begin to improve and In creaso his potato crop by a careful selection of seed. Decsloglng It. "When n, woman marries and thon divorces her husband Insldo of a woek, whnt would you call It?" "Taking hts namo In vain." Prtnoo on Tiger. Clipper for Reference. "I say, old chap," said tho first hu morist, who occasionally gets some ot bis work in print, "that was a clever oko ot youra in Dlank's magazine this month, I wish I had written it," "Woll, don't worry because you didn't," replied the othor. '.'You prob ibly will write It some d Concrete Fence Posts. Tho United States department ot agriculture, ottlco of public roads ashlngton, D. C, has Issued nn elnborato bulletin on the subject ot concrete tenco posts. This bulletin goos Into dotalU, gives full and mln uto Instructions enabling the farmers to build their own fences with the farm Inbor. Dy applying to the office of public roads, United States depart ment ot agriculture, Farmers' Dulletln No. 403 will be sent without charge. Fertilizer Distributors. Wheelbarrow fertilizer distributors with sido dellvory nre vory useful for fertilizing plants which are benefited by top applications ntter tho plants aro started. These machines are in expensive and aro especially useful In applying nitrate ot soda. "Tho master of a vessel in a port I tho Outf ot Mexico being In need of money borrowed it nnd to securo Its repayment executed what Is called bottomry bond," writes a corrcspon dent of tho National Mngazlno. "Dy this bond It was agreed that If tho money wns not paid within so mnny days after tho vessel arrived nt Now York proceedings might bo tnken to hnvo tho vessel sold nnd tho dobt paid out of tho proceeds. "The money was not paid and I was rotalncd to enforce tho hond nnd be gan n suit. Someone Interested In tho vessel nppenred In tho suit nnd denied thnt tho bond had been executed by tho mnstcr, ns hnd been alleged. "It becamo necessary to tnko the testimony on this point of a sailor whoso nnmc wns subscribed to tho bond ns having witnessed Its execu Hon. In nnswer to my questions tho sailor snld thnt the captain cnllcd him Into tho vessel's cnbln nnd asked him to bo a witness to tho bond, nnd ho slgnod his namo to It as n witness nnd ho spoko of tho paper ns the hot tomry bond. "Tho opposing counsel in n slinrp cross-examination naked btm how be know It wns n bottomry bond, nnd tho witness nnswered thnt ho rend enough of it to know whnt it was. Somo oth cr skilful questions brought out tho fact that whon tho sailor camo Into tho cnbln tho enptntn was sitting on tho other sldo ot n tnblo with tho pa per boforo him nnd tho sailor sat down nt tho sldo ot tho tnblo facing tbo captain,, so thnt tho pnpor wns be tween thorn; thnt tho paper wns not read to him, that tho cnptnln turned ovor tho first leaf of tho pnpor nnd signed his nnmo nt tho ond of It nnd told tho sailor whoro to sign his nnmo which ho did, nnd then left tho cnbln "My heart sank, for I saw that It was opon to tho othor sldo to say that tho document lay on tho tnblo up sldo down to tho snllor, nnd thnt his stntemont thnt ho road enough of tho documont to know It wns n bottomry bond wns fntso, becnuso. of courso. ho could not rond writing which wns un siao down, nnd, therefore his who a ovldonco should bo dlsbollovcd. "Tho Inwyer opposed to mo saw tho point nlso, but Instead of lonvlng tho matter where It was ho concluded to clinch It, and, taking tho documont, ho laid It down on tho tnblo boforo tho wltnofs upside down nnd said to him. xci us boo you rond tho paper now.' "To my groat surprise nnd relief tho wltnoss rend tho writing, unsldo down ns It was, with nenrly ns much fluency ns if It hnd been right sldo up. "Thnt ended tho contest over tho execution of tho bond. This sailor's ability to lead writing whon It was up- Bldo down waa a curious instance of tho many curious things which sailors do to occupy their tlmo during Idle watches on long voyngos," To Nervous Women. Avoid hnste nnd hurry: these nre the things thnt confuse the brnln and make cloar Judgment Impossible. The besetting temptation of the nervous woman la to hurry from ono duty to another In breathless haste, attempt ing many tasks, yet achieving none of them with dignity or freedom. Whon such a temptation arises, call halt. Remain quiet for a fow min utes; summon back your self-possession, and refuse to do In ono hour work thnt should bo sprend over two. Habituate yourself to tho control ot tho emotions. Nothing makes such havoc of the nervous system, nothing disorganizes the Inner llfo llko nnger, rear, worry. These forces must bo quelled if the soul Is to maintain Its supremacy nnd nervous pence is to bo enjoyed; nnd this Is done, not, indoed, uy n nat of the will, but by substltu ting for theso destructive emotions luch constructive ones as love, aspira tion after some Ideal, fnlth in God. nnd reverence for tho divine order of life. Dr. S. S. McComb, in Hnrper's Da tar. IN THE PUBLIC EYE o'a'a'e a'awo'a'o'oo'o aaaBoaoftoaaaooaooo'aoooaoatariuoaaoo JOHN MITCHELL'S WORK John Mltcholl, former president of tho Unltod Mlno Workers of America, continues to work fot tho Improvement, advancement nnd snfety of th man who tolls with his hands. For n cauplo of yoars now, Mr. Mltcholl has been connected with tho National Civic Federa tion, nn organization backed by Androw Carnegie nnd other millionaires. His olllco hns to do with tho welfare of tho worklngmau nnd results of his work hnvo shown thnt na better cholco could have been mado. John Mltcholl Is a self mudo mon. Ho knows what it is to toll In a coal mlno. Ho has gone down In tho pits not knowing whether ho would como out nllvo. Ho has hnd boiiio nnrrow cs enpes, nnd ho has seen his companions and friends dlo at their work. Ho is noted for his kind-henrtodncss. In tho fnll of 1808 ho wns vlco-prcsldont nnd orgnntzur ol tho Unltod Mlno Workers 6f Amorlca. There was n strike nt tho Vlrden Coal company's mlno in Vlrden, III. For dnys tho striking minors enmped nround the ntockndo tho company had orcctcd for tho protoctlon of Its property. Mr, Mitchell, ncompanlcd by sovcrnl newspaper men, visited tho camp ot grim tollers ono night, nnd the sights ho witnessed touched his henrt. Then came tho day when tho company attempted to land a train-load of ncgroos from Ala bama to take tho places of tho whlto mon. Qovernor Tanner had rcfusod tc order out tho militia to protoct negroes from othor states. Thoro was n rloL Nineteen or twenty mon In tho ranks ot tho strikers toll dead under tho rhowcr ot bullets from rifles used by hlrod dctactivos from an agency In St. 1.0111a. Negroes were killed, nnd ono or two guards slain, Tho cuglnoor ol tbo train was shot through tho arm. Then enmo John Mltcholl hgntn. Ho wns what might bo called tho nngol of mercy to tho strlckon families of tho miners. Ho wnsn't violent; ho coun seled ponco. Thero wns nn clomont In tho ranks ot tho union men, who thought Mr. Mltcholl too peaceful, but In tho long run hts policy was found to bo tho wlnnor. No man ovor did ns much for tho minors nn ho. The other day ho went out to SL Louis from Now York nnd tnlked on the subject closest to his heart thnt of placing safeguards around tho working mnn. Ho snld their wero moro porsons killed, in tho Unltod Stntos ench year In tho pencoful industrial pursuits than would bo killed It tills country nnd Englnnd woro continually nt war, nnd throo times moro than in nny othor na tion. Ho urged tho noed of nn nutomntlo compensation for victims of indus trial ncldents In llou of tho employers' llnblllty protection. "W! want to tnko this class of dnmngo suits out of tho courts altogether," ho said. "Tho fact that an omployoo has to buo his employer In caso ot In- Jury engenders tll-fcollng between tho omployoo and tho employer, nnd makes the employee loso the, only mnn, pcrhnps, from whom ho enn got a Job. Wo also wnut to abolish tho delay In compensation for ncldonts." GORE SHOCKED SENATORS Thomas Pryor Ooro, tho blind sonntor from Oklahoma, caused his fellow members of tho Unl ted States sonata to sit up nnd tnko notlco n day or so boforo the adjournment of congress. It tnkos a gront donl to cauao tho staid old senato to show anything like a panic, but when Senator Core Intlmatod thnt nn effort hnd boon mndo to brlbo him to tho oxtont or 1 : 5.000 to 150,000 In connection with legislation affecting 13,000,000 in attorney's feus for sorvlces rendered to tho ChoctaW nnd Chickasaw nations, In land nnd township sites, tho senntor gavo Immodlate at tontlon, Thon when the sonntor Involved two former momburs of the seunte In the nllcged plot tho upper branch ot congress strained Its ears to catch every word, Tho aonntor's charges reached across tho capltol to the houso sldo, and a membor ot tho lowor branch also was dragged Into tbo affair. Of courso the senato orderod nn Investigation, but it hns slnca been found that no money Is available and, It may bo somo time before the matter Is thoroughly threshed out Dy reason of being blind, Senntor Ooro attracts unsunl attention In con- gross. When ho wns eight years of ago he wns ncldontnlly struck with a ttlck by a plnymnte nnd ho lost his left oyo. Three year sinter tho senator suffered tho loss of his right oyo, when nu arrow from a cross-bow, drawn by nnothor playmate, struck him. Mr. Ooro did not lot tho loss ot his eyoslght Interfere with his schooling. He wns graduated from a normal school and then went through Cumberland Diversity, In Tennessee. He waa marrlod to Miss Nina Kay. In 1900. anil she has beon a groat help to him In his reading. He removed to Texas In 1895, nnd wns a delegate to the Nntional Populist convention In St. Imls, lit 1890, Ho was nominated by tho Populists ns a candidate for congress, but aa defeated. After he had romoved to Oklahoma In 1901 ho became a mom- ber of the Territorial council, and whon Oklahoma became a state, ho was elected senator. Sky.Scrapers While You Walt. "Every time two stories ot steel at completed the derrick must be raised," writes William Allen Johnston, In Har- pors Weekly. "Only a year ago It meant a day's work. Now they do It In from 30 minutes to two hours. In tho old way they rigged a stiff-legged derrick above, which grappled down and lifted up tho boom-derrick. In other words, thoy rased a derrick with derrick. Now they make the der rick raise Itself. A young iron fore man solved tho problem one day when his company gnve him Just 13 days to put up tho frame of a 13-story building. 'It's easy enough,' said he. You Just fold up tbo derricks and lash the boom nnd mast together. Then detach tho main "fnll," or hoisting cnblo.tfrom the boom and give It a clutch around the mast about one third of the longth from the top. Now start your winding drums down thero In the basement, and what's going to happen? Why, the cablo pulls tho hole derrick up and holds It till we mako new moorings.'" Corn Ensilage for Sheep. Corn enstlago can bo fed to sheep, but bo very careful It It is at all sour. Nothing gives better results than clover or alfalfa hay and turnips, with a small quantity ot a mixture ot wheat bran, oats and oU meal Fills Up Panama Excavation. Excavation ot tho Panama conai through tho Culebra range ot hills has eot in motion a mass of 2,000,000 cu bic yards ot material, which Is sliding into the excavation apparently on an Inclined substratum ot clay. The fact is said to illustrate one of the many advantages ot the present high-level canal over one at sea leveL The sea level cut would have been carried 80 foot deoper and the slides would have been, in all probability, enormously greater. The material will have to be removed; but outside ot the additional expense no 111 effects are apprehended. HARMON FIRST IN CONTEST Judson Harmon, governor of Ohio, who haa beon renominated by the Democrats of his state for a second term, Is tho first In the AoM for the presidential nomination In 1913. Of course a great deal depends upon whether bo Is elected this fall, but his friends are sanguine of suc cess. Should hb be defeated in his race for gov ernor It naturally would put hlra out of the con test for the presidency. Governor Harmon was born in Hamilton coun ty, Ohio, In 1810. His father was a clergyman. Ho was graduated from Denlson university in 18C0, and from the Cincinnati Law school In 18C9. The first public office he held was that of common pleas Judge from 1676 to 1878. Then ho bocamo Judge ot the superior court of Cincinnati. holding this office from 1678 to 1887, when he re signed to resumo the practise ot law. On June 8, 1895, President Cleveland called Judgo Harmon to bis cabinet as attorney general. He held this impor tant position two years and again went bock to the practise ot bis profession. Ho was president of the Ohio Dar association and member ot the faculty of tho law department of the University ot Cincinnati. In January, 1910, he took tho oath ot office as governor of the Duckeya state to serve two years. His renominatlon and his endorsement as the par ty's candidate tor president by the Ohio convention speaks louder than words so far as his record as governor Is concerned. JUSTICE MOODY TO RETIRE After the Race. The Hare Dut of course you'll givt me nnothor chance? The Tortoise Oh. I suppose I must! Dut understand right now my end ot the purse'll be 75 per cent win or lose. Puck Decause ot his continued Illness, Associate Justlco William II. Moody of tho United States supdomo court must resign. Under tho law a momber ot tbo court must serve ten years before ho can retire on pay. To aid Justice Moody, Sen ator Lodge Introduced In the senate a bill giving him his pay In future because it was illness and, not a desire to enter other business that caused his inability to give bis attention to court duties. Justice Moody was attorney general when President Roosevelt appointed him to the bench in 1906, He has been ill much of the time since then, but it was not until about ono year ago that his aliment took such a serious turn that ho was not able to give his attention to his duties. Justice Moody is a native ot Massachusetts end a graduate ot Harvard. He was admitted to the practiso of law in 1878, and eerved as solicitor for Haverhill and district attorney for the eastern district ot Massachusetts. Ho was elected to the Fifty-fourth congress from the Sixth district to All a vacancy, and was also a member of the Fifty-fifth, Fifty-sixth and Fifty-seventh congresses. Ho was secretary of tho navy for two years before he waa attorney generaL Only one exception to the rule of a Justlco ot the supremo court retiring with pay beforo he has served ten years baa been mado, and that was when President Grand suceeded In having a bill passed tor Justice Ward Hunt, who was obliged to retire before tho expiration ot ten years ot his term because ot his falling health. Justice Moody's retirement will cause the third vacancy within a year oa the supremo bq'