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NEWS OF THE WEEK
III a ConilcnsGil Form lor Our
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
A Resurno of llio Lets Important but
Nut Lois IntoroatlnR Evonte
of tlio Past Weak.
Henator llurlun ha boon indicted
Norway In naming her minister to
Alt foreigner urn leaving Odegga,
fearing tlio tllnunlerit. ,
A utrlko rimy tin up tlin Chicago
light mid water work.
Tlio merit system will lio adopted for
tlio American diplomatic service.
I'.Very tenth man among th Cron
ntndt mutineer In to I Ht executed.
An Ohio doctor I nrcuiril of nlnn
murder, bidding III whole fnmlly.
A Now York grmid Jury lino Issued 12
ludlutmeul In connection with tlio
Tint French cabinet hn Imkiii shaken
liy tint resignation of tint minister of
witr nltur stormy fcerm In tlio chain
A Detroit, Michigan, stonemason linn
uruled n Bint on of aatnti and placed It
In IiIn front yard, declaring It repre
sent hlii friend,
A general movement linn lieeii started
In tlio United Hlnte to rnlso fund for
tlin relief of Itll.llllUI Jew. It I llOped
t urtiurti 1, 000,000.
KliiK Kdwnnl of F.iiglnud ha passed
hi (Hill birthday.
All of UukrIh'h grand duke mo now
out of controlling office.
A Ohlnrso mob nt l.ieti Chowlia
killed flvn American missionaries,
Hovernl American warships hare, gone
to Hanto Domingo to supples a reolt
Derrick, thn defeated candidate for
governor of Ohio, says NUndor by hht
OUOIIllr WM tllO fHll J.
Heuntor Cullotii y ho oxpeet con
gress to ratify 'the treaty with Hanto
Domingo, kIvIiik thn lliinnrc of Hint
country Into thn control of tho United
Fnlhr mid artillerymen aLCron
ntadt mutinied, hut wero subdued niter
dny of terror. Mnchlun gun were
turned on tticm by loyal troop and
liundord shot down.
The New York I.I fit Insurance com
party continue to solicit buslnes In
MImouM In dcllanco ol thn Insurance
eommltloiier who usjended thtli
certificate In Hint tat.
Ctmlruinn Hhonl nny those who nre
denouncing thn method of tlm canal
t-oioinl Ion nro n hand of hired knock
cm getting In pmctlco for n gland hunt
of noliio when rongrr convene.
Wllto Iim removed General Trcpofl.
Thn suffrage ntruu in spreading
Thn pownrn nrn planning nnvnl
-demonstration against Turkey.
Ornnd Duke Nicholas In with Witt.,
in tho (urgent reform movement.
A blunder in thn Inw will prevci.t
tho nnln of tlio Hlletx timber Innd.
Two town In llewnrabla hnvn licen
biirue.1 nnd ninny Jewn erlihiNl in tliu
Julian I'nul Jensen, of Nebrnakn, hn
tlccllnttl to ncccit mi npiolutniiMit to
tho nnprcini) bench of Arlioun.
A rlrn fninlnn oxlitn In threo iro
vlnccn of Jnpnu nnd 1 ,000,000 of . tho
(oiulatlon ii (inictlriilly ntnrvlnK.
It In nnld thnt tho French uilnliter
In tireparliiK to Icavn Vcnoiunln. Tho
llrltUh mlnlatur will tnko clmru of tho
Flro deitroytMl tho top lloorn of tho
Cliroulclo bulldliiK in Hnu Frnnclnco.
Ono of tho in out vnlunbln nonipnper
llhrarle In tho country wan ruined.
llrltUh K)lloy holdurn In tho Kqtilt-
nblo 1,1 (o AMurnnro nooloty, nl a ninnn
luiHitliiK in I)ndon, ndit(l u rreolll-
tion of confidi'iHO In 1'renldent Morton
' nnd bin coHcnum-it.
Flro nt ItlrmlnKhnui, Alnbnmn, do
ntroyed (iroporty vnlued nl 17U,000.
KIiik Alfonso, of Hpnln, In vinltlng
,t Thn ninneacro of Jinvs cQntinuoa nt
Amorlcnu importa into Cuba show n
Iloosovolt enyn It Is usoloag to Inter
(t'oilo for Ktiimlnn Jews.
i Tho Konurnl bonrd of tho nnvy ro
coinuumdn tho buildliiK of 18, 000-ton
Mlnlfoui givo n cold reception to tho
deletion of KiiKhiud'a unemployed
nnd n monster iudlKiintlon meeting wna
Wnltor Q. Tubby, n Bt. Pawl railroad
innii, Iuih been nppolntod Ruperlutoud
ent of construotlon of tho I'nuama
A colony of 25,000 Lltliunulana,
gnthored from nil tho largo Knatorn
oitloa, will aottlo aomowhere in tho Co
lumbia river region.
OPPOHEG HIVE!! WORK.
flocretnry of War Will Not Mako Ex
caption In Favor of Columbia.
WnnhliiKton, Nov. 7. In bin mi
mini report umdo public lodny, Oonoinl
MiioKmiilit, chief of oiiKluevrn, nnkn that
the following npprnprlnlloiiH bu mado
In the unit sundry civil hill:
Mouth of Columbia river, !I00,()00
Colllo canal, U60,000j Willamette mid
Columbia below J'ortlnud, (120.000;
Columbia between Vancouver nnd the
mouth of tho Wlllamelto, fUO.OOO; Ta
coma harbor, $200,000. Knch mid nil
of theno npproprlatlona were nuthorlaed
In the river and harbor bill pntiaud nt
thn Innt enlou; tli too respective luini
have been oxended or nro covered by
contractu now In force, no that not ono
dollar naked for by General MacKcncle
will k lo pay wr "w work, In other
words, Oennral MacKenilo I oaklng
only for nnoiiKh money to pay for work
now under way or already completed.
He nnka for no new appropriations for
lie ban been Inntructed by the socreUry
of war to cut down bin enllmaten nnd
con linn himself nolely u work hereto
.'oraoually, Ooncral MacKenilo bo
llnvrn congresn ehoiild mako targo ap
proprlntlona fur tho mouth of the Co
lumbia river, nnd hn think It wrong
to allow work on that project to Mop at
It prevent Incompleted nUgo, and yet
under Instructions from hi superior ho
cannot omclally recommend such ap
propriation. MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE.
Ohlof of Engineer Make Estimate
In Hit floport.
Washington, Nov. 7. HUteen mil
lion dollar will lie nrcersnry to com
plete tho engineering work of the fort
ification of thn gen coast of tho United
Htatn under thn present ptn of the
Kndicott Ixmrd, according to thn report
of llrlgndler General MacKeniir, chief
of engineer. Thorn already ha ln-en
appropriated for tlila (iiirpoee $328,
(103,434. rermannnt (irojcct at 31
different (olnl liavo been ndopUxl and
rnoet of them nro well under way.
Among thte jolnU nrn Kan Diego,
Cal., Han Francisco, Columbia river
and I'llKot sound.
Thn drfeniq of thn Great lake mid
the Ht. I-awrcnce Itlvcr I under con
Ideratlon. The estimate for the com
plftlon of the fortification do not con
temVlate anything more than tlin pro
ject outlined by the Kndicott board.
Modern appliances mid additional pro
ject which may Ixt adopted by the
Tnfl Umrd, appointed last summer,
mid the fortification of the insular o.
eMlou may increase thn retltnato
when additional work I approved by
congrr. It Is estimated that (4,2(13,3(14
will lm required to put into execution
by thn engineering department the
scheme of the artillery mid ilgnal
eorpt for fire control of the aeacooat de
fense. CONTEST ON SMOOT'8 SEAT.
DUpo.llIon Will Oe Made Before the
Washington, Nov. 7. Henatoi Hur
row, of Michigan, chairman of the
committrn on prlvlleee nnd elections,
who ha arrived in Washington for tho
coming senslon of congress, said tonight
that ho expected to linvo the caso of
Henator Heel Bmoot, of Utah, dig
potl of before tho term end.
Henator Brnool'n feat la being contest
ed on the ground that lie la a mcmler
of the Mormon hierarchy. A great
mm of testimony was taken at tho lout
session of congress, and it whs gener
ally understood that each side had
completed it caso.
Senator Ilurrowa said that It it I de
cided to present further testimony the
committeo I willing to hear It. Ho
stated that tho committee will consider
tho caso Immediately nftor the reor
ganisation of tho senate- committee in
cident to tho meeting of a new con
green, and tho filling of a vacancy
caused by tho retirement of Henator
McComai, of Maryland.
Dombs Thrown at Troops.
Tlllla, Nov. 7. Demonstration to
day were participated in by 20,000 per
sons. While a procession was passing
along Golnwlnskl Prospect, firing be
gan, llombn were thrown at thu troops,
who aunwered with rltlo shots. The
dead numbered ten and thero wero
many wounded. In another place n
crowd of school pupils with revolu
tionary llaga collided with n loyal dem
onstration. Thu troops II ml in tho nir
with n view of dlsperHlng thu crowd
and n general encounter ensued, fn
which four wero klllod nnd 17 wound od.
Soclallit Holit Red Flag.
Vienna, Nov. 7. -The Socialist auf
frngo demonstration on the ItlngatniHso
today waa attended by 60,000 persona.
A atrong force of gendnrmea wna sta
tioned nloiiK the streets, but did not in
terfero with tho domonatranta, and the
Hoclallata wero even permitted to holat
red llaga over tlio relcharath building.
Thero wero no dlsordera whatever, nnd
similar domouutratlonB nro reported
from Lumburg, GrnU, Klengenfurdt,
Ilruenn and olsowhore.
Oil' for the Philippines.
Monterey, Cal., Nov. 7. Thn Flf
teontb infantry and compaulea I nnd I.
of tho Fourth cavalry loft today for Han
Francisco, whoro they will embark to
morrow on the transport Sherman for
two years' service in tho Philippine,
LET CONGRESS ACT
President Wants It lo Investigate
CONSULTS WITH MR. MORTON
Will Propose a Federal Inquiry To Qo
Beyond the Work of the Leg
Now York, Nov. 7. That thero will
Imi n Federal Investigation of life Insur
nnco methods and thnt President Itooso
VJlt I taking an active Interest In tho
matter mid will, In nil likelihood, at
mi enrly dnte nnk lor thn appointment
of n congressional committee to tako up
the work, was learned today from no
authority tho valun of which can not be
The lritiilry will be conducted Inde
pendently of the stnten legislative com
mittee, mid In Hpito of any result
which may follow tho committee's re
port, it hi declared thnt thu revela
tion nnd the many startling dbclosurrs
broiiKbt out by the state committee
have been the Incentive which haa led
tho president nnd his adviser to tnko
up the question.
Thn president during the last two or
threo weeks ban frequently been in con
ference with men prominent In the in
urnric world. It I known thnt Paul
Morton, bead of the F'qultahlo Life As
surance society, wn In WnshlriKton
yesterday It wn whispered In Wall
street tomiy that Mr. Morton'a visit to
Washington was In the tine of K'ving
the president some inside information
oiicnrnirig thn propored investigation,
and that bo mli;ht even have leen sum
moned there. Mr. Morton would not
say whether thl wan a fast, neither
would ho convent to Imi Interviewed,
DRGDQE COAST HARBORS.
General MacKenilo Recommends the
Building of a Boat.
WashiuKtou, Nov. 7. In hi annual
report General MacKt-nxie, chief of en
gineers, made one exception to tho rule
prohibiting recommendation for new
work. Ho recommended an appropria
tion of 160.000 to build a dredge for
use on the bars at the entrance to Tilla
mook, Yamilna and Coo bays, and at
lib entrance to the Hiuslaw ant Co
qulllo river. General MacKenilo had
this to ray about the dredge, for which
the lat conferee refused lo make an
"Navigation In these harbor I often
grratly deUyed by the forming of
shoals, tho material deposited in most
instance being of such nature that It
cannot be handled wllhadip(erdrcdgo.
It I estimated that a combination auc
tion nnd dipper drrdpo could be ad
vantageously used, and bo constructed
that it could be taken from harbor to
harlwr a necessities demand.
"The cot of uch a plant with two
dumprcoM would be approximately
$50,000, and It I thought that tho
necessity for it use will fully Juatify
RIOT8 AT ODESSA.
Czar's Ukase Made Excuse for Ex
termination of Jews.
Odessa , Nov. 7. Tho nntl Semitic
riot are In full awing In this city and
surrounding diitricta. Tho agitators of
tho movement have distribuetd a cir
cular assuring tho villagera that the
authorities have received the czar'
ukaso and state that it commands the
extermination of all Jew a. Aa a result
of this action, the wholesale pillage
continues. The local authorities refuse
to Interfere, either itanding idly by,
refusing to check riot, or participating
in the same.
New continues to reach tho city of
terrible massacre, which have occurred
nt various point along tho railway, es
pecially here and at Kieff. Tho casual
ties in those murderous disturbances
Confer on Packers' Case.
Chicago. Nov. 7. Attorney General
Moody lias sent for United States Dis
trict Attorney O. II. Morrison nnd
Assistant Attorney General Oliver K.
Pagin to go to Washington in regard to
thn beef trust prosecution. The plea
of the packers declaring that Commis
sioner Garfield, of tho bureau of Cor
poration, had promised the packer
immunity from prosecution haa taken
such nn aspect that the attorney gene
ral Is said to wish n joint iuterviuw
with tho commissioner nnd Messrs.
Morrison and Pagin.
Whole Caucaius in Revolt.
London. Nov. 7-Tho Ht. Petorabura
correspondent of tho Dally Mail says;
"ar, iiopoies war, prevail in tno
Caucasus. Tho Trnna-Cnucaslnn rati-
rmil. tlin nnln linn. ta effi-ctlvulv
crippled nnd reinforcements have been
coin p neu 10 marcn, Buvomcon nrtugea
havo been wrecked, nnd tlio mils have
been torn up in 40 places. Telegraph
linen have been destroyed, nnd Georgia
and the Daghestan aro Isolated. Every
initio la in amis."
Poles Also Want Autonomy,
Bt. Petereburg, Nov. 7, --ntho
heels of tho announcement of tho suc
cessful Finnish national movement
cornea newa of n strong revival of tho
etrugglo for autonomy in Poland. Dis
patches from Knlisch, in Poland, nnd
Thorn, In Wist Prussia, eny that tlags
with tlio Polish coat of arma havo been
hoisted In bovoral churches and city
THEIR USEFULNESS DONE.
Administration Would Like to Sen Or
egon's Congressmen Resign.
Washington, Nov. 0. It can bo stal
ed on reliable authority that tho Itooso-
volt administration la In sympathy
with the movement now on foot In Ore
gon to Induce Henator Mltcholl and
Hepreentatlve Hermann and William
son to resign their reata In congress.
Ulllclals ol the numlnlstrntlon sharo
tho belief universally held in Wash
ington that Oregon should not be de
nied representation In congress: it is
acknowledged that Mitchell, Hermann
and Williamson will never again he
able to render their state effective ser
vices; they certainly cannot do so un
der prevailing condition. It being
apparent that not one of these men
could possibly bo In position to perform
active duty a a member of the Fifty
ninth congress, tho administration
think It ia Incumbent upon them all
For obvious reasons, no member of
the coodminlitrltion can bo quoted on
thl matter, but, if the president's
view and those of hi various cabinet
ofllcer could bo prinU-d, the people of
Uregon would havo no doubt as to the
poaition of the administration. Ho far
the administration baa done nothing to
forco Mltcholl, Hermann or William
eon out of congrers, though homo offi
cials of tho department of Justice havo
been urging the attorney general to
ask for an advancement of the Mitchell
case on the docket of the United State
Hupreme court. If this I done, and
tho Uupremo court sustain the finding
of the lower court, Mitchell will be
deprived of hi seat some time thl
winter and Governor Chamberlain will
have an opportunity to appoint bis suc
cessor to rerve until March 4, 1007.
WORK PLEASE8 TAFT.
Secretary Sees Great Improvement at
Panama, Nov 6. Secretary of War
Taft held a long conference this morn
ing w'th Chief Knglneer Stevens. To
day Hecretary Taft and Mr. Htevens will
go over the work at Empire City and
Culebra cut and afterwards will go by
boat from Mlndl to Colon, examining
at the same time the harbor improve
ment at Cristobal.
Hecretary Taft inform the Assoc! ed
Press that he was very much pleased
with the situation Vere which lie says
ha greatly changed for the better since
his last trip. He thought from what
he bad already seen that the work on
the canal wa progressing satisfactorily
and wn now cfllelently organised. He
aid be wa happy to notice that the
spirit of the men on the canal bod im
proved, and that the condition of five
or ix month ago did not exist.
The secretary eald the unitary con
dition are excellent and believed that
by continuing the present method yel
low fever could be controlled. He
thought tlio efficiency of the laborers
was not as high as it should be, but he
said that ho contemplated making no
change until the men had been given a
fair trial. The department of Commis
saries, where the men could get proper
food, he added, would ralre their effi
ciency. EFFECT IN FATHERLAND.
People In Berlin Fear Russian Revo'
lutlon Will Touch Germany.
Berlin, Nov. o. Many people in
Merlin are raying that Russia' success
ful revolution may havo far reaching
reeulta for the fatherland. Germany,
they say, will be completely isolated
among nations when the Russian dem
ocracy cornea oft victorious, if the kal
Mr resists the craving for greater po
litical liberty. The situation ia deemed
all the more serious because pan
Slavist ideaa leading to war over the
Austrian and Balkan questiona may get
the upper band in Kusaia, when the
democracy haa complete power. The
rsar'a government haa hitherto been
able to keep them down,
' German Hocitlista cherish no illusion
to the effoect that the rulera of Ger
many will change their methods aa a
result of the events in Itussia. Herr
Deliel I preparing for a hard fight with
n view to defending tho fatherland'
main democratic institution, the gen
eial franchise for tho relchatag.
Reds May Proclaim Republic.
8t. Petersburg, Nov. tt. Itumora aro
current throughout the city that the
revolutionist have decided to pro
claim a federated republic. One of
thu principal force with which tho
government lias to deal just at present
la tho ''black gauge" organixed by the
police to oppoao tho Intellectuals. They
aro especially strong in Moscow, where
tho Metropolitan Vladimir ia ono of
their leading eupporters. These organ
izationa havo established mock courts
of justice, which havo condemned the
Odessa Llko Military Camp.
Odessa, Nov. 0. Tho pillaging hero
ha been largely stopped, thanks to tho
Intervention of tho troop and the local
militia, formed largely of students, but
tho streets nro unsafe for nil, except
Miliary officers nnd Sisters of Charity.
Tho city presents tho aspect of n mili
tary camp. Tho student militia is
pursuing the rioters, who nro defend
ing themselves with revolvers. Tho
students nro taking their captives to
Prairie Flro Burns Stock,
ltonoatool, 8. D,, Nov. 0. Reports
havo reached this placo from Gregory
thnt a prnlrio fire, driven by a terrific
wind from the northwest, haa been rag
ing all day in Tripp county, west of
this place. An area of over CO milea
haa been burned, and a great deal ol
bay and stock haa been destroyed.
North Rle &7ZJffi
clared the acheme I well founded. Certainly, he nd
mttted tho correctne of tho Judgment of tho French explorer In
deciding to make n trial trip, a it were, In the Yukon district
the coming winter, where the stage I not very like the netting in the neigh
borhood of the Pole, and the experimenter will be within reach of civili
sation. The rent tnrt, n reported, I to be made In June, next year, no thnt
Comrnnnder Peary need not fear keen competition a bo ncarn hi goal, for
he will have had almost n year' atart. An International society for jK.lar
research and e'xKrlment wa recently formed nt Dawson. U I tho object
of thl organization, aald to number 200 member, to assist In tho develop
ment of the theory of Dr. Vnrlcle. It I the contention of the new North
Pole seekeni that the expeditions of nil former polar explorer or Polo eek
er hare been conducted on anything but line that would be approved by
tho northern traveler of experience. Yukoncrs found many weak point
In the method of travel, equipment and composition of nearly every polar
expedition of the paL
THE NEW ZEALAND WAY.
I.lfo Inmiranc na It la Conducted In
the Antipodean Island.
In faraway New Zealand tho gov
ernment conduct n life Insurance de
partment which not only offer It
policies nt a low premium, but ha the
security of the State behind It a It
guarantee to inventor. Hy open com
petition with individual concern It
(irercnt any ordinary combination
from keeping tip cxcelve rate, and
thero are no high salaried official to
nbsorb the annual receipt.
It i an ideal theory. In America on
Insurance of $5,000, which may coit n
iwrnon who ha arrived at middle age
f'JOQ annually. In New Zealand may be
obtained for one-third that expense
In America legislative inquiry ba al
ready thrown so much light upon the
complex and derlou management of
the Insurance buslnen thnt n distrust
of the whole system has become gen
eral. In New Zealand the entire re
sponsibility 1 borne by the colonial
government. There can never be nny
failure until tlio country become
bankrupt. The flrat Illustration Is that
of the government life Insurance build
ing nt Wellington, while the second
abow tbo post office in tbo name city.
Governmental life Insurance it by no
mean tho only New Zealand institu
tion from which America might take
pattern profitably. One of the fairest
and most logical remedial measure
ever tried in the colony and one which
has prored its usefulness from the
very moment of it adoption is tbo
workman's "compensation for acci
dent" net The principle upon which
the measure wn Instituted wn based
ou tbo assumption that It Is neither by
the wib nor by the conduct of either
employer or employe that accidents
happen, but that In spite of that fnct a
steady percentage of accidents occur.
They nro thus Incldentnl to production,
nnd the business which yields the prof
It should bear this part of the expenso
of producing. Therefore a sum must
GOVKIl.NUENT I.NbVUA.Nl'e 111 1LDIXO.
bo paid to every Injured workor nnd,
If tho ncvideut proves fatal, to bin
family. The only exception to this
rule Is when It can' be established to
the satisfaction Of tho court of arbi
tration, which adjudicate those cased,
that tho employe wna Injured willfully.
Ily the net there 1 u maximum of ?2,
000 payable, but tho form of the com
pensation la usually that of half pay
for a definite time uud tho payment of
u lump sum If the Injury Is permanent.
Of course n corresponding effort bad
to bo made to minimize tho loss to the
employer. To meet tbo necessity the
government life Insurance department
wna empowered to iuclude accident ln
Hiirance, thus compelling any combina
tion of existing Insurance companies
of n similar kind to keep tho tariff
down to reasounblo premium value.
Tho ndvantago to nrtlsiuis and laborers
from n governmental benefit of this
natiiro can hardly bo computed. It
practically relloves them from tho bur
den of accident Insurance nnd compels
a provision for their posslblo disability
which they are almost certain to neg
Imbued with the Idea that tho conquest of tho
North Polo can only bo nccompllhed by explorers
who havo become nccllmnted to tho rlgorn of tho
Arctic winter nnd who hnvo had long pntcllco with
the management of dog aledge, n party of hardy
one In Dawson City, tho metropolis of the Yukon
district, have given nn appreciative car to tho project
of Dr. Antony Vnrlcle, n Frenchman nt present it
resident of Dawson, who I said to bo nn Inventor
nnd nn ardent student of polar research.
HI plan a described to n meeting of citizen of
Dawson recently, do not lack novelty, nnd it I re
ported that General Grecly, who hna been In tho
Arctic himself on a memorable expedition, hn de
lect if left to their own Initiative. It
ha worked admirably In New Zen
land, nnd thero I no rcanon why It
should Iks Jen effective elsewhere.
Still another meiuurc of relief until
recently pronounced Utopian ha been
tried by the New Zealand life Insur
ance department and found practicable
the old age pension net Older coun
tries from which millions flow llko
water for trade ware or to exploit
some sentiment of nationality, havo
declined to provide nourishment for
those who nre no longer profitable for
money producing purpose, brit New
Zealand decided to try the experiment,
and It ha entailed no hardship on nny
clas, but hn given relief to many.
The scheme of compulsory old age In
surance baa been tried In Germany
with far less success. Specious as that
theory appears, it ha, been found In
practice to be only another system of
making tho poor keep the poor.
Although ouo may not be ablo to
accept the theories by which the re
form In New Zealand have been
brought about he must grant that th
people of this faraway country havo
shown auch remarkable progress In
self government thnt nil Intelligent
Amerieans cannot fnll to learn much
from the up to date methods which
Antitoxin Against Fatlffnet
Should tho development of the study
of toxins and antitoxins render possi
ble tho production of an antibody
capable of neutralizing tbo results of
muscular fatigue, the consequences
could hardly be predicted, says tho
Medical Record. Yet n Herman in
vestigator seriously claims to havo
taken more than one step In this di
rection already nnd publishes result)
thnt nre at least surprising.
Welebanlt (Muncheiier Mcdlzlulscho
Wochensohrlft. Nov. :. 10OI) ny ho
ha obtained a stable antitoxin, which,
when taken by thu mouth In moderate
doses, permits the output of an In
creased amount of muscular energy
without fatigue, and when taken con
tinuously causes n aenso of genertl bleu
etro nnd augments the capacity for
work. Ho commends- his preparation
to clinicians aa n promising analeptic
for convalescents, nouniBthenlca, etc
Tlils fatigue antitoxin Is obtained from
horsos by Injecting them with fntlguo
toxin produced In tho muscles of ani
mals that hnvo been subjected to ex
treme muscular exhaustion.
A Hufo Wilder.
"I see that a member of tbo Now
port colony makes this naive excuso
when threatened with nn Interview:
"My lawyer will not nllow me to tallc
for publication nny more.'"
"Well, I'll bet It wasn't n woman
that aald that." Cleveland Plain Deal
er. The Current and the Corn.
"They nro Bonding electricity
through burled wires In order to
stimulate tbo growth of vegetables."
"I wonder If tbo current I strong
cnQHgli to shock tho corn 7" Clevoland
How worthless we all aro; yet how
well we got along!