r MEDICAL RESEARCH. Romance of the Discovery of the Cause of Malaria. In the history of rcacnrcli nru ninny romances. Of tlio discovery thai mil iaria was caused by mosquitoes, It Is related how Dr. Low and Dr. Snin- bon lived hi tho mnlnrlous Itoninu Campncnn without qulnlno. They re tired at sunset to a mosquito proof hut, with douhlo doora and windows of wlro not, and they did not lenvo un til sunrise. Tho fact that they re malncd Immune, whllo tho attendants Bleeping outside, contracted malaria. confirmed the belief that the mos quitoes wero responsible. Hut how did they carry the disease? At first It was thought to bo by wa ter. To settle the question live mos quitoes which had bitten Infected peasants wero sent homo nnd two members of the school submitted to bo bitten by them. They both went down with malaria. Again, how did tho mosquitoes transmit tho germ? By cutting sections of tho proboscis tho malarious paraslto was found. It breaks through tho skin of the probo- sis nnd Is transmitted at the time of tho sting. From the first conjecture to tho final proof was a series of care ful experiments, ending with the slic ing of tho mosquito's proboscis. Now, this Is finer than fine hair. It Is nec essary to stop to thlnlc. Tor It Is ens Icr to Imaglno tho triumph of the proof than tho delicate operation that produced It London Htnnunrd. LIGHTING BY GAS. It Wat a Costly Protest When It Wai Flnt Established. Tho first Incorporated gas company wns tho National Light and Heat Com pany of Kngtatid, established In 1800. In Amcrlcn tho first gas company wns Incorporated In Ilnltlmoro in 1810, tho second otio In Boston In 18, and the next ono wns the New York Onsllglil compnny, Incorporated In 1820. Prior to 1830 tho gas business of this country wns nominal, but the price probably was responsible for Its stow development. Krom 1821 to 1823, says Moody's Magazine, tho New York Gas light company sold gns to consumers at tho rato of $10 a thousand cubic feet. Tho first artificial lltumlunthig gns was produced In Knglaud about 1720 by ono Dr. Hales, but not until 1780 was n practical tost mnilo, In that year the Karl of Dtindonald of Rcot- land arranged nn apparatus by which ho lighted his castle with gas. Tho same year William Murdoch of Bir mingham, Kugland, Introduced gas as u light In his workshops nt Itedrutli nnd Cornwall. As Mr. Murdock was tho first mnn to reap any commercial benefit from the discovery of (ho use of llluiuluat- Ing gas, ho may properly bo accredited as tho father of modern public utili ties. In IS in London bridge wns llhi mlnnted by gas, and II vo yen in later gns was In general use throughout tlio main part of Loudon. (led Letter Days. Tho origin of u "rod letter day" has been traced back to (ho third century. Gregory, bishop of Caesarea, neahius for tho conversion of pagans, found them unwilling to glv up their cus tomary recreations nt tho festivals of their gods, ho, taking n loaf out of their book, ho Instituted festivals In honor of saints and martyrs. This ex ample soon hit to tho Institution of holy days, now corrupted Into holi days. In old nliimtmcH nil such holy days wero set forth In rod Ink, tho rest being In black; heiico the term "rod letter day" for nny notable occa sion. Others say Hint tho origin of the expression Is much more recent and Is duo to tho fact that Habits' day, the Cth of November, tho king's birthday nnd accession nnd King Charles' day wero similarly marked off hi red ns holidays for (ho Bank of Kuglnnd, evi dently In tho times of tho Inter Stuarts, Loudon Telegraph, Political Anlmosltlas. Political animosities today nro sel dom carried Into private life. In thu past Just thu opposite was tho rule, "Coko of Norfolk" oneo stated that when hu was n child his grandfather took him on his Unco mid said, "Now, remember, Tom, ns long ns you live never trust n Tory, and ho used to odd, "I uuver have, nnd, by floorgc, 1 never will." a. W. K. Bussoll, too, tells of an eccentric maiden lady whom he knew In hU youth who, having spent her life In tho Innermost circles of urlstocratlo Whlggory. always re fused to enter a cab until hIio had ex torted from tho driver nn assurance that ho had never carried cases of In flations disease, that hu was not a Pusaylto nnd that hu was a Whlg-- London Graphic. A neiouroeful Community, "Wo didn't know what to do about Pluto Pete," said thu Crimson Gulch cltUeu. "Ilu wus a real good feller, but ho would bo careless about shootln' up tho populace." "Did you straighten out tho matterf "To somo extent. Wo elected him sheriff, thereby maklu' It look n llttlo uioro legal," Washington Star. Breaking It Gently. Young Wife Tomorrow will bo my twonty-tlfth birthday. Hubby Why, a year ago, Just before our wedding, you told mo you wero twenty. Young Wife Yes, but wo women ago rapidly after marriage. Boston Transcript. A Bad Cold. "There nro two stages I11 a bad cold," averred Undo Allan Sparks. "In tho ono stngo It aflllcts thu man that's got It, and In tho othor It nOllcts everybody olse."-Chlcogo Tribune, REVIEW'S LEGAL BLANKS ni. ru,. 1:. t t,w.i nt.ii... I auk luiiuniui: iia. u ivk"i uiuiiitii 1 or -.nt for hiI- nt till, nffir nn.l . others will be added as the demand arises; Warranty deeds, Quit Claim Deeds, Realty and Chattel Mort gages, Satisfaction of Mortgages, Coutracts for Sale of Realty, Dills " , '...in 1 .1... .1 1 bf'ffale, Leases, i If 'All these blanks nt the uniform Pnrice Ol 30c per. uuzeu. 1 1 "" I t QUEER DEFINITIONS. An Early Eighteenth Century Inter preter of Hard Worde. Bailey's Universal Etymological Dic tionary, with the subtitle, "An Inter preter of Hard Words," was first pub lished In London In 1721. Most of Its definitions nro eccentric, and somo of them Incredibly so. Hero arc speci mens plucked at random: Man A creature endowed with rea son. Thunder A nolso known by persons not deaf. Lightning A meteor. A Italnbow A meteor of divers col ors. Weapon Halve A sort of ointment which Is said to euro n wound by be ing applied to tho sword or other weap on that made tho wound. Balloon A football; also a great ball with which noblemen and princes uso to play. Cow A beast woll known. Milk A food well known, Peacock A One bird. Klcphaut Tho biggest, strongest nnd most Intelligent of all four footed beasts. Medlar. A fruit which Is grateful to the stomach, but Is not rlpo till It bo rotten. Snow A meteor well known In north erly and southerly climates, especially beyond the tropics. Mouth-Part of the body of n living creature. ICye An Instrument of death. HELPED THE BOYS. A Letter That Aroused King Chrlitlan of Denmark. King uiirisiiiin or Denmark once found In his morning mall a letter which moved him more than did most mnttcrs of state, Tho letter was In n boyish scrawl nnd rend ns follows; Denr Klnir We urn four boys at Pink. kebjerb school, nntl the master whins us daily with a titeco of steal rooo lie found in mu harbor, ir no aoonn't atop there win no n nro, Tho unmu of the teacher being given, the king ordered lilm to report nt once to the minister of Justice, whllo he took tho next train for l-'lnkkebjerb nnd examined the class In the teacher's absence, The children, unnwed by the presence of the cruel teacher, told their grievance to thu kindly old king, who promised Immedlalo relief, closed tho school for the day nnd ordered that the boys ho treated lo chocolate and cakes at his expense "to remember hi in by." Hut hu did more than that. On re turning to Copenhagen ho dismissed tho cruel teacher without pension, at tlio snmo time giving n general warn lug to nil teachers to bo chary of cor poral punishment. "If boys cannot bo trained without cruel beatings," this wise king said, "then there must lw something the matter with those who train them. The coming generation must not bo made ruillaus by rulllanly teaciiers." Ill of Wlaht. Tho Isle of Wight Inhabitants arc not nlono In speaking of "going to llnglnnd" when they leave their own fragment of the kingdom. A patriotic Cornlshman nlso "goes to Hngland" wiien hit crosses tho Tamnr. Hlinllar ly Inhabitants of the Balkan peninsula talk or "going to Huropo" when they leave tneir own corner of the contl- nent-ln curious contrast with the peo ple or our own island. Wo record our selves as both of nnd In "Kurope" nnd accordingly It Is only "tho continent" Hint we visit. The record In the splendid Isolation line Is probably held ny wini minister or the ('iimbrnes. In tho Clyde, who prayed for n blessing upon "ine inhabitants of (Irent nnd Llttlo Cuinlinie nnd tho ndlacent Is lands of (Irent Itrltaln nnd Ireland."- I-omlon (Irnphlc. The Tower of Famine. Tho Torre dolhi I'nme. or Tower of ramine, was noted for Its grewsome history. It once stood In Pisa, Italy, uui mere nro now no traces nf It. Count Ugollno dolla (Jherordsclm. whom Datito Immortalized, was the head of the (Juolphs. and becuuso of His lyniuny nnd accredited attempts in piace ins country in bondage he wns nntiigfliilsed and dually comiucrod liy the chief of the llhlMllncrt. who Imprisoned him. with his two sons nnd two grandson. In this tower, the slow method of stnrvutloii being omnloved as tint manner of their deuth. The door of the tower was locked nnd the Keys thrown Into the A run. The Holy City. Medina, tho holy city, triumphed long ngo over nil tlio rivals In various part of thu world which lioro tho name, which means slmnlr "eltv. Notable among thorn wero tho old cap ital of Malta nnd Medina Hhlonla In Hpnln. 1 ho Arabian city was original ly known ns Yathrlb, but owes Its later name, m-Medlna (thu eUy) or Modluat uasui Allan (the city of tho imostlo of worn, to tuo uorau. To a vood Moham medan there Is only ono city "with a big C." Inilde and Outside, The following report was sent by a subordinate Inspector to his chief In thu telephone service. It coucerned a faulty house connection: "Found wire with no outside outside. Put lusldu wlro outside and outside bl ade. Need tuoru outside for Inside." Learning. Wear your learning like a watch, In a private pocket, and do not pull It out ana uispiay it merely to show that you nnvo one. ir you nro asked whut o'clock It Is. tell It, but do not proclaim It Hourly or unasked, llko tho watch ma 11. Tho wrongdoer Is never without a protest. Italian I'roverb. How Is Your Title? Tr..... i. , . i "H.VB u,, ' tltiuetl or examined at the renitisu. la Title, Abstract and Realty Co Accurate work. Reasonable fees. II. Henderson, Manager. 120 North j.imj suixi. You got full weight aud first Quality t tho .antral market. Just to I nuuv. 1 UNEXPLORED CANADA. , Vatt Area Whero the Foot of a Whit Man Hai Never Trod, There ate vast ureas In Cannda of which oven the government has no definite knowledge, nnd there are thou sands of square miles where the foot of n white man him never trod. Prac tically all knowledge of this big wild country has been secured again mid again along a few chosen and well worn routes, outside of which Investi gation has seldom gone. Imaglno a dozen or ho well beaten vehicle highways traversing a country one-fourth as large us liuropi narrow highways hemmed In by Impenetrable ' wilderness und one niay form some sort of Idea of tho little that Is still known of (100,000 square miles of the North American continent. Along these routes nearly all "ex plorers" have gone. Along them nro situated most of the fur posts, and be yond their narrow lines but llttlo Is known. And In this world of forest nnd rldgo mountains nnd eternal deso lation, Kt 111 burled In the mystery and silence of endless centuries, are Its "people." Approximately there nru from 115,000 to 25,000 human souls In an area fif teen times tho size of Ohio, nnd there nro no more than COO of thesu who hnvo not some Indian blood In their veins. On the other hand, fully one half of tho total population has IU strain of whtto blood. Lcsllo'n Weekly. RAILWAYS IN SPAIN. Their Methods Aro Not Those of the 8trenuoue Life, A Spanish railway seems an excel lent place for a rest euro. "I remem ber," writes Mr. 8. L. Boususun, "when going on n short Journey In Andalusia, tho train that carried mu slopped nt n short Junction. While wo wero nt rest here, after Home hours of travel at tho rale of at least twelve miles an hour, tho driver uncoupled his engine and proceeded down the lino with It In the direction wo were not to tnko. "Tho passengers walked contentedly up nnd down, smoked countless ciga rettes, ato oranges, resisted tho Impor tunities of beggars. At last I became uneasy nnd nslted where the driver had gone. 'Pedro has run down the lino on his engine to tnko n birthday gift to his mother, who lives over there,' explained tho station master; 'ho Is Indeed a good son nnd will, not trust ins parcel to tue post Hpnin is full of thieves.' And when tho good son had come back from his mission ho restored the engine to Its proper position nnd wo reentered the train, which went on Its Journey after three- quarters of an hours delay." London uriiplilc. The Monkey and the Dook. A story Is told of an eminent tint- urallst (I forget his name) who was hoping to develop the Intelligence of n monkey to whoso education hu was devoting himself. Ono day he saw with delight that the monkey wns Hit ting nt tho other end of thu room turn ing over thu leaves of u valuable book on entomology anil looking nt tlio plates with apparent Interest. Hut on going nearer he saw, with dismay, that thu monkey was turning over tho plates In order that when ho cama to n particularly largo beetle or butterfly hu might pick It out nnd eat IU As thu paper could not havo had a ulco taMe. I think ho may havo been actu ated rather by thu fun of tho thing than by n mcro depraved appetite. Perhaps hu wns verifying tho llku method of learning among tho philoso phers of Lnputa. London Hpectutor. Fame and the editor. I'nme, so dllllcult n (mssossIoii to ob tain, lies oftuner than one usually thinks In the (Kiwer of the prows. Oscar Browning In his Interesting "Memories of Hlxty Years" tells how Pox, then editor of tho Monthly He- posltory, settled tho futo of Hubert Browning's "Paulino" when It II rat np- peoreil by tho mere word balderdash." Tho explanation given Is that "11 sin- glu lino wns required to complete the page, nnd tho editor, taking up tho first book on which he could lay his hand and thinking It Inslgulllcnut and pretentious, dc-crlbed It ns I havo stat ed above," Ortcar Browning declares that tho poet said "that by this accident his public recognition had been delayed for twenty years." Napoleon's Flnt Love. Thu llttlo French town of Auxonuo Is not associated In tho popular in I ml with Naiioleoii; but. as Miss Hethaui- Kilwards reminds us In "Unfrequented I'm nee," ho spent sumo years of bts cmletshlp there. "In the Haono ho twice narrowly escaped drowning, and hero, too, ns narrowly, so tho story runs, marriage with n bourgeolsu maid en colled Manescn. Two Ivory counters bearing this romantic name In Napo leon's handwriting enrich the llttlo mu seum." Could Do Useful. "Mamma says that If you could make up your mind to go Into papa's business, Arthur, he would very likely consent to our engagement." "But, my darling girl, I'm a poet." That doesn't matter. You could write advertisement rhymes for our atuuV'-Pllcgoudo Blatter. Hie Talent, "Is ho a great artist?" "No." "Hut ho gets good prices for bis stuff." "Yes. Ho's n great sulesman." Kx change. Tho past, like an Inspired rhapsodlst, fills tho theater of overlastlug genera tloiis with her harmony. Shelley. Wanted at once Hampton's Magazine wants a reliable man or I woman in St. Johns to sell the fast est growing magazine in America, I'.arti $1.50 to ?.oo a day. write immediately for "Salary Plan" and l'rcti outfit. Address "Von," Sales Mgr., Hampton's Magazine, S5I West 32th Street, New York, Urlsisr In your Job Prlntlnir whllo you think of It. Don't wait until you aro outlrely out. Wo aro equipped turn out ueat and tasty printing pruiupuy tu 1'uruuuu price or leci. . . . . I Carson Gloves ti. i. Warner Corsets DR, H. 0. BROWN Chiropractor and Osteopath 415 N. Kellogg Street Otic Block Knst of 1'ostoffiec Lady Assistant AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS Whon you pur chase) a corsot you wont ono that has STYLE It la equally Im portant that tho snmo corset bo COMFORTABLE nnd If you can al so havo one that WEARS WELL and that corsot can bo bought at a REASONABLE PRICE ONE DC.LAn UP you hnvo all thn roqutaltoa of a splendid ooraot. AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS have every ono of these excel lent foaturos and many more. Every Improvomont as exacted by fashion Is combined In thesa dainty arments Couch & Co. Fast Train Service VIA SPOKANE, PORTLAND & SEAT TLE RAILWAY ' TIII5 NORTH HANK HO AD." TO Spokane, Montana Points, St. Paul, Chicago, Denver, Kan sas City, Omaha, St. Louis and East Portland and Gal tornia. You run deposit money with me and nave uckcis 1 urn until your Irieuus for pai)e from all eastern points, O. M. CORNELL Agt. W. E. COMANG. P. A. The 191 1 7orld Almanac, u the irchwiy to 1 itorraouu of re liable Information! full dculli of tis 1910 crnsus ind of the mott Importtat and (xcittat Conirenlonil Ettctloa la fifty vmi. to.000 (icti and llrurtt about politic. Ur-or. rtllilon, iportt, farm ititlstlct. flnioce, tradt, cot. nurce. 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Things That Make Good We sell a slicker coat with three thicknesses over the shoulders and arms and two thicknesses the full length of the coat. These coats arc oiled on extra heavy ma terial, they are soft and pliable and will turn the water day after day of steady rain. Wc can fit you with a boot made as nearly water proof as any leather can be made Wc sell the Eagle Brand of men's underwear and the Oregon City flannel shirts. This is the beat line known for men who must be out of doors. Bonham & Currier QreekkfiiSt-Food ; Dear Friend: I think oatmeal is a fine thing for breakl int. I get a great big bowl full of it. I sprinkle some nice ncii sugar over it una pour some nice rich cream over it, ntul I have n good breakfast, mid it does not give me heartburning, and it makes me fat. Oatmeal will make you fat if you are skinny. Your friend, Jacob, P. S, We get our oatmeal and nil the groceries we buy from Muck Mercantile Company Phone, Richmond S21 California It the place to vllt. Orangu groves In full bloom, tropical flower, fauioiu ho- ImI. I.Ltnrl.- 111. I I1mIh. attrfl.II. watering places, delightful climate, male- tni; tlml lavorvil section the Nation's most popular retreat. You can see it at its.hckt via he . , Shasta Route and 'The Road of a Thousand Wonders" SouthernPaclflc Co. Un-to-ilote train, flrat-cla in every res pect, unexcelled dining car service.qulck tlme and direct connections to all points south. Special Round.Trlp Far of $55.00 Portland to Loa Angolas and Return With corresponilinii low fares from all other sections of the Northwest. I.ihcrul stop-overs in each direction and long limit. Interesting and attractive litera ture on the various resorts ami attrac tions of California can be hud on appli cation to any S. I or O. R. & N, agent, orfiom I Win. AlcAlURRAY General passenger Agent Portland, Orogon DOCTOR DOUGLASS Tha Chiropractor 338 Union Avenue, North Office Hours: 9 to 12 in., 1 t05p.n1. Phones: Office, Mam 1485: Rest deuce, East 4092, For Sale A fifty dollar course iu the Scrantou International Cor respondence School, any depart ment, at 20 per cent discount, at rate of $5.00 down, $5.00 per mouth; further discouut for cash. Address "B," this office. O ' Subscribe (or the Tologram beat venlng paper oa t-s coast Sa Sd Stock toa. 1 Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway. UUVINO ST. JOHNS. I.yle ruiMngtr for Lyle. OoldtniUle and local 1. in. ItOllltl 7-5J I ill mnl ltmplrc ltipreM, o.t a, m. for e ..cairo. ilcn Ht.l-nul. Omaha. KanMtCltv.Ht. I.oult. I.oult, Walla n.ll.t a tiww. nuw-tcTtclli -.luuniic., uuiufu1 dale, White Salraon,and Vancouver. North Bank Limited, 71JJ p 111.1 (or Chicago M, 1 aui, iimaim, .-.ankiii my. nt. iuuii npoianr. Hptngue, KlUvllle, Llntl, Vatco, Kooxrclt. aud Vancouver. Columbia Klr-ir t.ocal.i p, m.ifor VanrouTtr, C mini, While Mimon, l.lt. uranddaiiei.eua auu an inicrmcuiaie maiiont. AKHIVINO AT ST. JOHNS Inland Hmitlrt ItunrcM. 7.i t. m.: from Chlca go, HI. Taul, Omaha, knnim City. hi. I.oult, hpokanr, Hitairue, Kltivlllc l.inu, I'ikd, HooMvelt.Otaiitldalet,- White 8almon,and Van couvf r. Notlh lUlik l.luilldl, J4?a. in., from Chlcnoo, HI. I'aul, Omaha, Kauiat City, Ht I.UUII, V- -II.1 Watla. l't-xn. MoomviII. and Vancouver. Columbia Hlver Local ioxjj a. m.i Irom Cllfft, iiraniiuaiie. ooiucnaaK, i.yic wnne saimon, ..aniat, tancuuvcr aim an inicrmcumiv tin tlont. Lylt I'atttngei 8:15 p, in. fiom f.yle , OoMendole ana local oiui. All trilntttuii for patMnncit, OiTlca otii all night. Tlckttt ou Mle for all polult. u. .m. lurnru, Agent. Northern Pacific Railway UtAVINO HT. JOHNS Not In Coatt I.luilltd via ruirct Hound it.sa a. in North Coatt Llmltnlvla Nottli Hank --7.13 l. mi Aiianuc naprettvia i-uti nounn injja. 111. Atlantic Hi mrit via Nottli litnk----uja. m. Twin City Ifiptc.tvU IMgrt Hound --J Jup. 111 TwIaClty Hmrr.t via Noilh llank ..?; D. 111. Katlrrn lltptrttvU I'unct Hound--- - u:jj a. in. Itaitcni Kviircttvla Nottli llank -oiija, m. I sio, Kivrr i(ircii via noun uanK 7:1s p. m. forlland, Tacoma dt Hcallle Kiprrtt, 7w) a. tu tor Oiaya llaihor, OlympU and South Iltud nraiicnct. ruRct Hound I.lmttcd, j:w p, in.j Gray llartwr Vacott fatxtiKtr yso u. in, nil mmui iirnu urauenra. AKHIVINO AT HT. JOHNS North Coatt Mmllnl via North llank 7147 p. in North coatt l.liiillcd via I'ujjrl hound -6:sj a, 111 No. Pucinc Itiprrtt via North Hank -7:17 a. m No, I'arlllc Kaprrttvia lligct Hound - 6.4S p- rartac Kipum via North iMiik 7:47 p, in latiac Hunrrtt via l'uiitt Hound iVui, Wcttriu Itklirctt via North Hunk.-.- t:itu. ill .vv.tcrn mprrtt via -uuci nounu - iwty p. rn aio. Kivrr nipicM via norui uanK 7.17 a. 111 Mo Klvcr Itiprrtt via Puiict Hound- Jill p, 111 l'ortland, coins ct hcaiiicuiiprcta 1:H U. m from (llyiupU. South Ilcnd and Uray Harbor I'uvct Hound Limllcd 6:40 p. in Yacoll I'aucngcr - - . . . . . .... J:Jop, ni O. M. Cornell, Agent. St. Johns Sand and Gravel Co. JACKSON & MUSGROVC, Props. General Contractors. Ve are prepared to do any and all kinds of cxeuvutlru? for street work and othor purposes. We also handle sldowulk and build Ing material. Newton and Fossendon Streets, St, Johns, Ore. Phono Richmond 1571. ROOSEVELT'S Own Book The Most Popular Book C'fjrikt ir CKuiu Scrtittr't Sm4 ByThe Most Popular Man Afrioan GameTrahs Clves Ifi k term by RwivsH't own haAd the sM MMwrt ai Mc Al. lc-H Hunt. tf AGENTS WANTED NOW la ry City, Town aad Village lo banH Colonel Rooseveh'a Great Book CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 153 Filth Avenue . New York NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. In order to Insure a chmgo ef ad- vcrtlsement the cepy for such change should reach thla office net later than I Wa-flas-ay, at S e'cleek p. m. Plaaaa ramambar thla an- save the wUt-r Headlight Overalls Butterick Patterns DR.-W. E. H ARTEL . Dentist Two Offices Holbrook Block St. Johns 143. Killingworth Avenue DR. J. 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