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that brings success, and he who thinks otherwise had better look elsewhere HD for a soft snap. There is money in the business, we have ample proof. There are some President Lonenso Snow and party failures the same as in ertry other lave returned from their visit to the line of business; but this is no reason Omaha exposition. why the hen should retirs from Among the latest Sunday schools Saints is organized by the Latter-daad EgR. Bra one in Jefferson City, Mo. In selling eggs at market price the More than seventy missionaries left question of profit hinges on tbe cost for various parts during the week sucof the production of eggs, writes H. the general conference. B. Geer in Agricultural Epitomlst. The ceeding It is expected that Elder Platte D. keepers of pure bred poultry that is. the fancier, who raises oaly fancy Lyman will leave to take charge of the stock and who gets from one to five European mission about November L dollars a sitting for his eggs, and the Elder Andreas Peterson, of Logan, same figures for his fowls has no Jiaa now assumed the responsibility of need to count the cost so closely in misScandinavian over the the production of his stock, as the presiding sion. prices obtained are sufficient to cover even extravagant outlay, and to leave Elder Joshua II. Paul, formerly presa good margin of profit With the ident of the Agricultural college oj marketer, however, it is quite diffe- Utah, returned from a mission to Eurent He must bring his bill of exrope October 23. He was accompanied penses low in order to realize any prof- by fifteen other returning missionaries it in eggs. In this connection we and had of ; charge the company. would suggest the free use of one of Tbe members of the church at the( the modern inventions for the poultry yard the bone cutter; not tbe dry headquarters of the Samoan Mission bone crusher, but the green bone cut- are about commencing a central school ter, and the liberal use of green cut house. It will be 30x00 feet Inside bone in feeding the laying stock. With measurement, with a belfry. The the writer, green bones, fresh from the basement, nine feet high, will be dibutcher, are obtainable at fifty cents vided into three rooms, each 20x30 per one hundred pounds, and tbelr value as food, in the production of feet, for school purposes, the upper meet-ageggs, is worth from three to five cents hall will be used for religious of be The will we a pound. In fact, in fresh cut bone building find the best and cheapest egg food that we can buy. There is certainly Nearly all the speakers requested to a good margin of profit in selling eggs deliver lectures at the forthcoming at market prices when the hens are Sunday school convention have fed plenty of fresh cut clean bone. Of to do so. The committee have course it must not be fed exclusively; out direct invitations to all state tent but it may, we believe,' constitute school officers and to individof the feed given the hens with- Bunday ual school Too much bone superintendents, asking also out any bad effects. will cause dysentery or bowel trouble; two delegates be appointed from every A large attendance is exbut with the coming of cooler or cold ichooL weather the hens can eat a great deal pected. of it to advantage. The cut bone is Founders Day at the Brigham Young cheap, and it stimulates laying won- Academy, Provo, was celebrated this derfully. We believe that every perto son who is producing eggs for market year by officially accepting the gifts labra-tor- y of the the and labratory physics should utilize, as hen food, the cheap of chemistry made by the Holt and wholesome bones that can be had family of South Jordan and the Magle-b- y at any butcher shop. family of Monroe. A ball in the new addition to the Institution dosed d acta. (JtUlatnY Creamery stuThe Creamery Journal says in re- the day. The attendance of the is There is evi- dents at the academy this year gratgard to this matter: dences that the farmers themselves are ifying large. getting their heads level. They are QSomebody has started the report leading the creamerymen in some lo- that sixty Mormon missionaries had calities, Instead of being led by them. left for the Sandwich Islands, The creamerymen should take the in- lately the Inference being that something itiative, however, in all reforms, bewas about to be done now wonderful head. definite cause there should be a And- the farmers seeing the ruinous the islands were annexed to the United effects of the loss of the feeding value States. The truth is that only eight of the by products, can see that the missionaries have left for tbe Hawaiian farm separator is a perfect solution of Islands during the present year, this trouble. This shows why farm of two ladies who have gone to separators are getting a good hold in iheir husbands already doing missionspite of all opposition from such ary work on the group, in whioh work creamerymen as wish to see the sepawill assist. rating done in the factory. It doubles they At the tabernacle Sunday, October; the value of the by products and cuts tbe expense of securing it in two. It 13, Elders William II. Pitt, Elijah lf more than Weiler, Jesse Is at least worth Badger and Joshua Belly, what the skim milk is worth after young men who have recently returned' hauling the milk to the factory and !rom missions in various parts of the as back again, which Is worth one-ha-lf world, told of their experiences in the much under existing general condi- mission field. All spoke enthusiastlo-ill- y tions after it is done. We must save success of their work, of the our by products or lose our profits and Che received at the had treatment they eventually lose our creameries, and of hands the that of kind no people among whom they there is factory any can afford to neglect to make wise pro- had labored, and of the worth of auch vision in regard to their by products. ixperlenees to young men. At the casionally fine physical specimens of Separating at home and pasteurizing ilose of their remarks, Angus M. Canthe species that are of no practical are receiving more atten- ton related his trials and anceessei milk factory use in the world, and the same rule tion than ever before, and it is because while will apply in some degree to all aniserving as a missionary in demands some method of and Connecticut, some forty-fou- r mal life; and I have concluded that it necessity the production that this cheapening whethbreeder on the depends largely years ago. lesson was brought before the er a domestic animal or fowl is sim- object of the public. dairy The Tabernacle at Richfield, which eyes ply a thing of beauty or built for busiwas burned on the 15th iott, ia to hs ness, says a writer In Indiana FarTrial Rule. Milking English rebuilt at once. This good newa wai mer. If a fancier's aim Is wholly with Council of a view to have a fowl of handsome the last At the meeting given ont immediately after the adfeather and comely appearance, or in of the British Dairy Farmers associa- journment of the building committee, other words, a winner at the show, tion the recommendations of the Milk- which is composed of all the bishops in it is not surprising that such a bird ing Trials Committee were considered, the Sevier stake. Chairman Brandlay may not be a success as a layer of with the result that the following the committee had, by eggs. My experience teaches that if points to be awarded In the milking stated that a person wants money making busi- trials were adopted: One point for unanimous vote, decided that no timi ness hens, he must keep that point in every ten days since calving, deducting should be lost and that work would hi view, culling closely all drones, loaf- the first forty days, with a maximum started at once nnder the direction of ers, and doubtful characters, and of fourteen points. One point for every Contractor J. H. Bowman, who will be breed only those that are most prolific pound of milk, taking the average of thougiven the contract Twenty-tw- o In money making qualities, without so two days yield. Twenty points for he expended, and tha will sand dollars much regard for fine feathers. I want every pound of butter fat produced. sdifics when finished will he even eggs and plump meaty hens, for in Four points for every pound of "solthem there is money, and while these ids other than fat. Deductions: Ten Handsomer than the original design. not matters it are filled, time the fat is below 2 per The committee decided to expend requirements points each whether they are pure blood, or of any cent; ten points each time the solids learly 87000 more than the first eon-'racalled for. Mr. Bowman and hia fancy strain. Disappointment awaits other than fat fall below 8.5. A disthe poultryman who buys eggs for cussion also took place upon certain sondsmen were released from liability hatching on the recommendation of standards for different breeds, pro- Sor damage by fire, and the new conothers. My hens may do well for me posed by the same committee to be tract will be tak a up with renewed under the diet and peculiar condiadopted in adjudicating champion energies. The committee anthorixed tions they are accustomed to, but milking prizes; but tbe council deChairman Brandley to communicate transfer them to another climate, dif- cided not to adopt these standards. and the first prealdcncs of the church with ferent feed, surroundings changed, unsatin Tuberculosis West. the very will Little prove they perhaps requesting personal financial assistisfactory, and it Is for this reason that The new tuberculosis law in Pennsylance, and asking them to labor with I in srfme degree account for the oft vania reveals that only about one per tha various other stakes in the interrepeated accusation of misrepresenta- cent .of cows coming from Ohio have est of the new building. Snbsorlptlone tion on the part of sellers. Therefore, proved tuberculous. A considerably will alto be thankfully accepted from dont depend too much upon others; larger proportion of tuberculosis cattle Individ Mormone or son- whether uals, found from in been shipments read good sound poultry literature, have Already several hundred and be guided by your own good sense other states, especially In those from Mormons. and experience. Raising poultry is a New York, New Jersey, Maryland and dollars have been pledged by legitimate business, but needs to be Virginia. Doctor Pearson, the state non residents of Richfield, sad ae studied, built up, and taken cart of veterinarian, states that it appears great difiealty ia anticipated in raising as any live merchant or manufacturer from this that tuberculosis is more tha necessary funds. The building will with a slate roof instead efl takes care of ls affairs, and keeps np prevalent in the east than in the west. be coveredwhich will, no doubt, be ia have been confirms that shingles, opinions with the times. It is by no means This ooM weather seta Ir se before for Ex. a place held time. long hard work, generally Imply chance or luck, but week eea be prosecuted al whiter. masters band. When he complained DAIRY AND POULTRY. of hunger he was supplied with an allowance of dog's meat and a drink of QUEER AND CURIOUS THINGS water; and had to lie under the table INTERESTING CHAPTERS TOR OUR RURAL READERS. while his master fared sumptuously at AND EVENTS. some fashionable restaurant. a For hours the loser pursued this undigniVary Odd Vipn Strang lint Matla fied routine, to the amusement of thou- Rw Boeefol Farmer Operate Thto Departmeat ef th Farm A Few H with Hportlrn rrorllrltlna A sands; but tbe savory odors of his kf Slat aa t the Car ef Lire Stock Blmteou Ynar Old Vvtanni Th t'ltht-'- I masters dishes, which assailed him in aaA Feallry. Mateos of th IWt Kow York. his hungry solitude under the table, were too much for his resolution, and fMrt la th Hairy, be bought his freedom by paying a HIm Goold. heavy forfeit. The whole science of butter making r murk of credit for you up Ther Many mad feats have resulted from seems to revolve around tbe question above, but surely none so foolish aa of cleanliness. The wagers; problem of dirt Helen Gould; of the French carpenter, Paul that You have garnered many an anxious is tbe one that is hardest to solve. Paul was drinking with some The man that thinks that hs is dairymother's love, Helen Gould; boon companions a .short time ago, ing in a cleanly manner is almost alWhen the Lord selected you when he made a bet of five francs that ways As his almoner a new mistaken, for cleanliness rehe would Jump, unhurt, from a fourth-floHeroine came Into view, quires far greater effort than most Helen Gould; window. The bet was taken with of us suspect The microscoplst comes You've a seat within the temple reared amused Incredulity by one of his along and looks into our clean to fame, friends, when Paul ran out of the wineHelen Gould; utensils and finds microbes there that You have spread a gloss of honor on shop, climbed to the fourth story of will corrupt the product He your name, an adjacent house, and threw himself lookscertainly into the stables and finds other Helen Gould; out of the window, with a sickening microbes there, but in greater numYou have proved that true hearts beat Where proud mansions line the street thud, into the street. When he was bers. He goes into tbe and Heres a flower at your feet, picked up it was found that he had he finds the dirt there, and, mixed Helen Gould; broken his leg and seriously injured with it, swarms of microbes. This la Cleveland Leader. himself internally; while he had not so, though to the eye all is clean. even the satisfaction of having won We do not Uke into proper account Mistaken Identity. his five francs. ' the smallness of the particles of dirt The appearance of Mias. Grace Some very astonishing gastronomic nor of minute planu Perking, the auppoaed victim of feats have sprung from wagers, but we the smallness Wethe bacteria. the palls call wash the Bridgeport, Conn., murder, alive the of Nicholas Wood, the Kentto are all clean fame, till appearance, they in and happy as a bride at her home ish glutton, has never suffered eclipse. but time and events show that they MIddleborough, Mass., is not bo sur- On one occasion Nicholas made a bet are not dean. We wash out the milk prising an incident aa it seems to be that he would eat an entire pig at cans and think we have removed all at first glance. Nothing is more falli- one sitting. This feat he accomplished remains of the milk and dirt and mible than the casual morgue identificaso easily that he called for three pecks crobes. But put In tbe top to the can tion, unless it be the absolutely sure of which proved his desand let the can set for a day. Then identification. The fact that Miss Per- sertdamsons, and followed in the way of the open it, and the nostrils will be sakins (or Mrs. Bourne) is not a mutilcommon meal with NichA luted with the foulest and rankest of ated corpse is only astonishing when pig. andvery one which won him many smells. The very air inside tbe can olas, one forgets the long chapter of preconsisted of "six penny wheat-e- n seems to have become a breeding vious positive' identifications of mur- wagers, three six veal pies, medium for these bacteria. Scientific dered men and women as husbands, one loaves, of sweet penny one good , dairying requires the scalding out of butter, pound brothers, wives and daughters made by dish of shornback, and a few similar these cans by steam, and even steam any number of sane and sorrowing delicacies. will not do the work unless the time individuals. Recall any of the great It was a wager that Induced a New element be taken into consideration. murder mysteries, such as that that Tork financier to dispose of 228 oysWe have an illustration of how hard centered about Rahway, for instance, ters in half an hour, merely as a pre- It is to keep dirt out of the dairy by and you can not but fail to remember lude. to a substantial and a the way in which the bottling system that conflicting identifications were gourmand of the namedinner; of Edward has come into disrepute in some secfeatures of the case and made confuManning has swallowed 72 eggs in one tions of the country. It was believed sion worse confounded. minute for a wager. that bottling the milk was a great Naturally, individuals differ, and Franx Friedrich of Williamsburg was Improvement over the old way of dipspecial training adds acuteness to ob- prepared, for a suitable bet, to make a ping milk for each customer out of a servation. And yet Bertlllon,. the meal of a goose, five pounds of Ger- can. This was on the presumption French criminal expert, was led to the man sausage, one pound of cheese, a that the bottles would always be propdevelopment of his scientific system of loaf of bread and 82 glasses of beer; erly and thoroughly washed, as any criminal registration and identification while at Clvlta Vecchia lately, Slg. defect of this kind would be made by reason of the failure not only of Beracclo swallowed a mile of macca-roknown in the unclean appearance of the eye of the police, but of the camfor a wager, and beat his rival by the bottles. The trouble proved to be era as well. Just as the eye and tbe over 100 yards. that the bottles were not sufficiently mind play their tricks, so the camera; Mr. Huddy, an Irish postmaster, washed to kill any disease germs that for, after the positive identifier, noth- when he was within three years of his might have obtained a lodgment In Point and in ing is so uncertain as the testimony of century, was the hero of an eccen- them. Thus at 'the photograph, which is a speaking tric wager. He made the Journey from Philadelphia it was believed that image of the original. Under these LIsmore to Fermoy, in an old tub, scarlet fever was spread by this conditions it is not surprising that the drawn by two cats, a hedgehog, a means. The bottles, after being empBridgeport torso was identified by Mr. goose, a badger and a pig, and to com- tied of their contents, stood open in ther houses where this disease was Perkins, the surprising feature of the plete the eccentricity of the turn-ou- t, case being that there have been so he wore a red night-ca- p and flourished present As the bottles were not few identifications. The whole Per- a whip in one hand and a horn in the washed by the people that used the kins episode is, however, a striking other. milk, the little milk left in the bottles became a good breeding medium for commentary on the danger of Jumping most the feat embarrassing Perhaps the at conclusions in murder mysteries. ever germs of the disease. When the performed as the result of a wa- bottles were washed at the bottling Murder will out, but the positive Idenwas that of a prominent New York establishment the baptism of heat was tifier often hinders Instead of advanc- ger stock broker, who lost a bet on a kill the bacteria, and to not sufficient ing the solution of the mystery. election some years ago. new was put into them milk when the Aside from the fact that presidential Clothed in a white robe de nuit, and a new and found disease the death may work such a change in the germs carrying a lighted taper in his right appearance of familiar features as to hand, he promenaded the chief thor- enlarged medium for their multiplication. Tbe same is true of the germs deceive even those nearest and dearest, oughfares of the city, pausing every that cause milk to sour and butter to there remains the psychological ex- 100 yards to proclaim his political planation that nothing is so capable of creed and to express contrition for it spoil. Heat and acids are necessary to the cleanliness required in the being deceived as the human senses. Happily for the lightly-cla- d penitent, give a is not bas dairy. believing. Sigbt Seeing the police Intervened and escorted him way of doubling underat critical times home, resolved to make no more bets Fowls Basin that it would be surprising were it not on presidential elections. so common a fact in our experience. In the human family we find oc- IN THE ODD CORNER. Par-mentle- r. or milk-hou- Ma-M- an ni ME TII1CIE. y , se . e. oon-iret- e. oon-tent-ed one-thi- rd By-Pro- Wt self-evide- nt Tit-Bit- s. The reason why false identifications are made is that, at best, the average person carries in mind a mere generalisation of the facts of physiognomy and figure that go to make up personality. Under the stimulus of a suggested idea almost anybody, dead or alive, that Is at all like the known personality will be promptly and positively Identified, and this without the aid of occasional marvelous coincidences, in the way of the exact likeness of two individuals. In other words, we hold but vaguely personal details In mind even of those most intimately known, and when called on to establish identity, sight and memory play us false and failure results. Philadelphia Press. Oddest Wager. The history of the foolish and eccentric bets contains no story of more reckless folly than that of a gambler of a generation ago who made the fall of a bowl accomplish his ruin. After a long nights gambling in which evil fortune had pursued him, he made a hasty calculation of all that was left to him of a princely fortune. He then seised a bowl from a table and, poising it aloft, said: Odd or even pieces for Odd, coolly said one of 15,000? the men who had won his money. The bowl fell and was dashed to pieces. The fragments were collected and counted, only to find that the number was odd, and that the gambler's last sovereign was lost. The presidential lections in the United 8tates are the aainw of gome of the most eccentric wagers which Ingenuity can devise: A man who lost his bet at the last election found himself in the undignified winposition of having to act as the ners dog for a full day. He had to follow at his heels through the chief thoroughfares of New York,, lie down when bidden, in the most Unpleasant .places, bark at strangers, and lick his Veteran, veteran in knee trousers is hard to find, but in Andrew Lewis there Is one. Anxious to see the front, the lad, who Iq only 16 years old, ran away from home and went to Cuba as mascot of the Seventy-firregiment. A st Andrew hails from Lakeland, Fla. was stationed While Jhe Seventy-firat Lakeland Andrew often visited the camp. Col. Downs and his officers took such a liking to the youth that they made him regimental mascot. An old uniform was provided for him. received The night the Seventy-firorders to move to Tampa Andrew stole from home and reached the Seventy-fir- st camp Just as the regiment had begun to move. When the command was boarding the transport Vigilancla the regular army officers stopped the boy from going aboard. He awaited his chance and stole on the ship. He followed his regiment up San Juan hill while men were falling all around him. While the fight was raging Andrew was up at the firing line, rolling cigarettes. The officers tried to drive him back, but It was of no use. He slept in the Santiago trenches and endured all the hardship of the campaign. He also helped the hospital corps in taking care of the wounded and dying. Andrew came north with the regiment and paraded up Broadway to its armory. He is now stopping at MaJ. Whittle's home at Mount Vernon. New York World. st st Th Hlatort Remark. Let us on! cried the army. Impatiently. Still the word came not. Thi army chafed. But the commander was determined not to stuck until he was fully prepared, and he had not as yet thought up any epigram to utUr la the seemingly cerUln event of victory, Detroit Journal. - . ex-dusi- ve one-ha- Penn-tylvani- a ot non-Mo- r- , . '