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THE SUNDAY M01LVIXU lfHJl. 1$, V COMPANY kV TUK M.'iV JOBS litoi-- ItlliHr, DTXEMUED EXAMINED, J&3H UK A SOMETHING Evolution of tho Union Jack. Soldiers Beds. -llilt; lutuunsi iUg of Hug". id is bed used ).y the (.ilil.vr of iK I many and liui-i-.Jim lanitltor as i'Wii. it is a e..iiplc. straw aiintf fur ihuat- who tlu not ai-- : I Ud. witnuut iirvl r aiut.ro-s- , mo uf: ut know hear lu a blank'-- t or uluifi w.'.n urtgiu ,,,, ready mty iiii.-i- i till recently in ItaUn. inf re,.. laj ovrr Ui.'ui. 1. I! ja.k. c ttf kina Janice. there n.i.ilvraile reldiei w.;h tie.r cloth-- : on. ui in lecugnijung tne y beds flag un a Miup lied, nut ic l.r uad been ore l m, pm jnlo im result of stw- jlin- lu, U- aue knuilanJ, Af- cm non m "I added couitcries. with tiJiieJ moinic kingit.iiii recently Gt't that In a iu using her t.wu flog it r tnis It raunnt Britain, of all. Ha jin preference iu the flag of H: gi.i'id. At- - French soldier a t .s ilie a thaw bed. was winch pro- - has a wood or iron . leordingly a Woo! Gt.-nl a that ml aubjeeta of tne liu of mattreas, ai,cis. a brown woolie.-- i Britain should bear on their nianit-i,tiie coverlet and an eti y.iiii Ion cold la Bed Cross' cuiiiiihiiiIv enlii-H. itorge, r. Thua tile bed of the Fieiieli soldier bed, as. the1 joy nnd togetlier aeurding t a 10 in hr sutiest of nil made liy our Heralds." And in the fore- - hed of the FTeneh p. isi iu w aokuowle-iiihe the best uf al i liuroiMjn cuuntrie. tops the subjects of South Br'iam wi re in wear the red cross only "us they were; s wrunl" und the subp-clat North JJilLuini Tower on the Hhine. were to wear 1 lie wliiie1 in Ineir foretoi ua cross only w.ta their ousiom. T.iu was provision made Ih deference to lue sensitiveness cud Jeuhnisy of the Uooteii I lu new union flog hni.ng tin plaiv of lioiinr or English while the at the , STUMF. A8 Vn "',-p- v'-i- I I i - in jlk-uit- OHm-rui- i - I 1 1 cun-vid- ed elri-tri- ol-n- r nk a'U ship allowed licr ecjmratc iioiion.iiiiy on Tlie name '1:1.011 j.iek the high w. is tluiuglit to he after the King himself, whose name, James, la Jacobus In Haem .nid ill Kiciich. ihissibly It may liars coins from the Janus (J.ieki-i- ) ur ai.r-nworn liy tile fighting men und in-- ' hl.ixoued whh the iims of Mt. ur other armorial Insignia. r - i. h: ; Jai-iinc- s ai &" : a fr-'- u flj iters sm now examined lir X rays 'u ascertain if iliey oontaln iwarl. This saves Injuring them by utNiiing. . 8' -- a-.-. . , . .. " , f . Timely Warning. OR all thnse who fear apiicndeilix and are willing to do anything which will I keep them immune from diseuxe. Sir Frederick Treves has prepared a list of eatables whir It cannot be taken with' safety. Foremost on the list is preserved ginger, that diuxHirst of weetmeals, but1 pineapple, either fresh or preserved. Is: equally dnngcnm. Urungns, tigs and ntan-- I berries sliuulJ never he Indulged in. To: still further limit our diet, there are a number of tilings which may not be eaten' by those who fear typhoid fever. The, oyster had led to auiMdriuu o fail otlierj trees with the gang of lumbermen who ahelllish. not only lobsters and crabs, buti have been felling it grouped about It. De- even slirhupa and prawns. Smelt and' spite the alio of the gruup of lumbermen whitebait are now regarded with awe nsthur than admiration on a menu. they all find g comfortable sealing. i rpI giant tree of California have been pictured in many waye lu show by contrast fhsir hugu ao-- 1JH .TiV, fi'it ' ; aA . f . cl.-c- t tt be-.- rit in 60HE TBOFXCAIi FOLIAGE. "elect I lit jicw (levied which ulri.idy taking the p.,rt o j,ol w,ner bo.l Ilf m hiwp.LiD Hnd eick rooms. The cleiwl trutherra is a tlcxiuie pad of usixm-jin I wtiliu rte wires ur cniDccidid. When! these wires are connected with any aouroe i of electric current a constant and uniform dcxr(-- of heat is genera led. For tliia luclion the wirki t of un lamp in ordinarily found moat convenient. Where tlie lighting current la not avulloble terloa tail he usod. Thia pid la found a great relief in ibillimaa, cold fret fto. as well as hi ora:iiis and ulhi-lui'lil and gmeral iuwpilal practloe. By Itspains use the and dlscuoifort uf frequent cliungex uf leinperut urc liui.lt nt to the rv- ncwul of onlin.iry applications are entire- ly obvi-NwiiUout distmfurt. Dy moistening It, which can be done wiihutit In July to the jud, it ran be made to kite the effect of a poultice or moist heat, especially if It lx applied over one or lao thicknesses of flannel. From the fact that It can be used by any one with perfect safety and because or lie simplicity and convenience Jt Is moat valuable for Medical use. Tlie regulation of the temperature le controlled by a ouuvcnluutly placed ewKch. Rads can be maintained at a temperature of Uu degree, 17 degree and S3 Fahrenheit when covered with ordinary bed clothing, but these temperatures cun bo modified by the Interposition of a blanket or raised by additional covering. This Invention comes in several forms, from the simple pod for all ordinary usee to the wicker covered mat or foot warmer and a capelika covering which will completely enwrap the neck and upper part of the body. dil-.ln- j i Electric Heating Pad. u,e f by electricians Is to .mciosem. f.tr It niw-the inut riM'j.ivfijtfiitt f. purpuM of il.iiion. f ta latest application la tlie, The ' t Wealth In China and Japan. authority declare that the so Important a source of wealth ALIFORNIA haa no monopoly of big in Japan and China, exists in many: A magnificent specimen of trees. varieties, and not only supplies the Vf one of the great trees of the tropics la Illustrated herewith. These trees Orientals with building material, but la fur ropes, mala, kitchen utenslla and! at times grow to g height of 9 feet, and a host of other articles. One kind ie even while not so tall as the California redcultivated as a vegetable, the young shoots woods, U number of the limbs and rich belog eaten like asparagus. The plant Is not confined to the tropica, aa la often supTransparent umbrellas are a novelty in posed, but fa found in Japan, whera there London. substance of which they are are heavy falls of snow In winter. It haa made lias Tlie color of Ivory, and its conbeen known to grow three feel in a single stitution isthe a secret of the Inventor. Colday. lisions are thus rendered unlikely. (ravelling along the Rhine, If one has ns. n ness of the foliage even suraac me Cih fornla giants of the fores'. I The stroke of n lion's tow strongest force In the aiijnvii first is ths blow of a whale's second the kirk of a giraffe. 11 I portiuns. Here la a photograph of one of (hese great trees, or rather the remains of it, which gives an entirely neer It is alleged that applications of the The Palace accommodates inure impression uf one of these giaiits. The wid remov'e the marks left on the people Crystal thun any otbiw building in the picture shows the stump uf one of these skin by smallpox. world, it will hold one hundred thousand IN Imagination, he may see every people, peopled with knights and fair laSTART OF AH ICE YACHT REGATTA. dies, every rock holding some sprite or Amerlcgg Xinorgl Product fairy, and, looking down into the waters 'RUCKNT British Jiome Office report THE FIRST SIGHT OF LARD. behold the Rhino maidens guarding the ton the mineral production of the treasure In the river depths, dines llagen Iwnrlil shows that the L'nited States sunk Andvarls hoard in the stream it has slauds second to the Brllisu Empire. been rich In fegnnd. Tlie watch tower at Ig iiie production uf gold but far ahead Anderaecb Is not the least picturesque of la Iha production of eilver, copper and: the structures around which have grown lead. In copper our superiority la Ilia) song and story. of the world's greatest, more titan one-lu- lf entire supply coining frein mines in tlie Vnited 8 tales. This country also stands Aruiy Food. first In the amount of coal produced, and the recent news many people have .vf'w- Urtiit Britain is aeruiid in the list. The to the fact INred one or two British coal, however, is sold for a continned meats for the Russian troops siderably larger aggregate price. In the are previa red by a process which enables production uf sine Germany stands first. the eon tents of each tin to be served hot Tin t'nltcd 8 tales rank accond. without a fire. Tins boon is obtained by ' having the ordinary line tilled with food TT "If we ask a person to estimate the num-l"Jacketed" In patont tins. The patent tin of stars visible on a dear night," aays A euntaina water, together with a rhemleal w mixture by means of which the water can shall lisve an exaggerated llougcau, be raised to belling point lu ten minutes snsger, tlie actual number only hiring a or a quarter of an hour. All that Is neceslittle more thgn three thousand." HE monotony of a traneatlantlo voy- - gers on a steamer looking et the faint line sary to do when it la desired to heat tlie ooooooo kt'bkun by the receipt of newa ot the lmricon. AU else is forgotten. Thlajfood la to la as simple as automobll-in- g, ly occurred along the Hudson River. The puncture the top of the patent Old yachting from either shore by wireless teleg- - far view has suddenly token them from an tin, the chemical but there la lesa danger and much Shrewsbury River, In New Jersey, is mixture being thereby A Lava Blow Hoi. more exhilaration In tt. Casualties are much given over to races. This photoraphy, but, nevertheless, the first sight (solution between sky and water, and they forced Into tlie water, which soon bvglus or land still remains an occurrence which feel Hint at lost are actually In touch to bulL comparatively few and the sport is most graph gives a Ann idea of how those swift hae lost none of Its keen Interest and an- - with the world ofthey men again.' engaging. Bonin of thtaie Ice flyers have winged sleds for that Is wliat they really tlcIpaUon. It was a most grateful eight exceeded the speed of an express train for are appear whoa they ora lined up for a Salmon Sain. limited distances. This baa nut infrequent- - start. yean ago when the passage was slower. Having previously borne sixteen cliil-- J An. ?. k aridc voyage fnun dren, the wife of a shoemaker at Wntx, iP g,lmP"e of land Is most (n BnliHinia, has now had four at a birth, !5 H.1? 1 It was declared at Edinburgh recently A vessel drawing forty feet of water yi.'ifcfaK. he picture shows the passcc- - 0 j wi,uin three are chaaring. living. that more fishermen were drowned from rises two Inches in passing from fresh the custom of wearing lung boot than by water to salt. Most of us are more buoyall the storm In creation. ant at the seaside then inland Just now, Moat of the black hair used In wigs and After two and a half Jn the Ant"switches" comes front the convents of arctic regions on board years the Discovery, a Italy' Judges have many trial. Over one Photography lesoons for prisoners havs, Italy and Spain, while tlie fair and n-- hair piano was found, un Its arrival at New hundred of them have memmialised tlie ays the report of the Prison Commiscomes mainly from the hearts of IluMtiMn, Zealand, to be "practically as good as Cabinet for an increase of salary, hinting sioners for Scotland, been attended with Swedish, German and Danish peasant girls. ever." darkly at the possibilities of a strike. very successful results. a There Is no soda In soda water. Every A horse In good condition can exist o bunt vesIn of Instead a Japan, "christening" In a clock which U Milan has a pint of soda water contains two and u twenty-Avr days without fmd. so long as! sel about to be launched, a large cage full marie entirely curiosity of bread. The maker le a half pints of carbon dioxide, a gee. There-for- he haa plenty of stater. If he has food1 .f birds la hung over the prow. Directly the inatlve of India, and has devoted three wlien you drink one pint of soda without water five days would probably ship le afloat the bird ore released, tlie years of his time to the construction of water you driuk three and a half pints. end his existence. idea being that the birds thus welcome the; this curiosity. The dock Is of respectable 00-0- 0 0-000000-00- 0 jalxa and goes well. ship aa she begins her life. HU lava beds of our Western "bad of British ColumHISTORIC SFAHI6H CAHNON. 'IIK minion industry IsnOs" make probably one of "the most bia hae t.i do Willi the catching and RELICS OF LORD KELSON. unhoepttable spots on the earth; but canning of inlllloiia ht pounds of fish what waist have been the condition of each year. Those of us wlio live in tho area when the fused atone and rock fur ewuy town end cities and receive our was still hot? The most populsr "lava salmon carefully pricked Imre little Idea resort" In tho world at present Is Mount of the process which finally iiIhoch the Vesuvius, from which tourists bring away completed product before us. The salmon mom an toe In the shape of coins freshly d.un here shown Is one of the primary embedded In the lava. Aa the this ofi stages for the capture of the fish, which leisured travel turns to our Island pnssFs-slon- a are diverted Into a run' sod skilfully the Uvs beds of Hawaii may become loaded by watchers who stand ready. popular so a great natural show. Tin Many Indiana have lieen employed In the platan here shown is a view of a blowindnei ry and in anrnu Instance! Chinamen hole to a lava bed, a sort of Utile spout utilised. are far a gigantic boiling cauldron. Th Youngest and Smallest The , i All the Crimean veterans In rerrlp; small pensions who arc In necDuiiau ti cnmstiuicps are now being granted ipccul increaeee,, provided that they cre infcf wounded Or dlsclutrged for disability, are at present suffering from a diubiiihr clearly due to their military renrice. T t : C If .ii GenmL ef the leading nations. sr j Commander-In-Chi- of the Arm Panama, General Esteban HetuiM aid to be the youngest and smillcst general In the world. He Is iu. mwt than twenty-nin- e years old and has beri a soldier since he was eight or nine Uu features are or the swarthy. Indian type. H is matter of great pridr to him ihui be has risen from the ranks. In one of tl revolutions a few years ago, alien he wu fighting on the side of (he government, b wa bit In the right arm hy a elielL It k aid that when he found that his arm vat nearly severed he hacked off the tiumr with his own knife, li.id tlie stump bouiij and resumed his work in the field, gw, for his services to 1011.1 nu during tlx critical period of Its, birth, he has haa i of x granted I3Q.0UO to pay the trip to study the military orguuisjtiuiu ( j as the third world. Tst tail and the i Wagner's Grave. to-il- eeeeese pi : 1 e, Wagner OME one has said that to-dU more allv than when he ' tually living. Thla Is perhsp rsalw bis gw by every devote who visits snd at Bayreuth during ths spring the mer of each year. The success of I 4 ' 0 J "y I I- - kitten was lately brought up on an exfamclusively veger il.i.j diet by a lam-ioof ily vegetarian. 1 he result Is that it will not touch yi.1nt:il food und pays no attention to ratx or mice. American production of "Parsifal g vsn tremendous Impetus to the manters DJ and the appreciation Is still growing. tomb is a shrine to those who still PPl J the feel rimng his voice, who the mysticism of his work. Triumph ? "T In death, the world turn it In which age toward the German town sleep. A Haw Potato. to species of White Potato In France from 1 T variety found In Uruguaybelieved that it is destined to 1 ven the Irish potato. OmlmHy I bitter tuber, the new vegetal) after three or four yem-- of !IU,rV?i admirable food product. enormous, and It I exempt fnm vLg that stuck the ordinary potota ltattom native Its In sort, moist best the marshy ahores of the River Mee flower have In Uruguay. like odor, and a delicate Perto reedy been extracted from . planting the plant perpetuates from the broken roots toft to tbs I A Longest Stono Arch. ITS builder at at work on a stone t viaduct at Planon. Saxony, over the I River Byre, wbiohconuin the longest Bmeonry arch In the world, lie length N these days of high powered gun that; being Bi feet I Inches, measured horisou-toll- y can throw a shell several miles these from baas to base. eannon, whloh' were considered Til Luxembourg Bridge auroxs the Valexceedingly fornfiduble In their day, ley Pf FotrufTe; wliloh was coiupleted a must sink to tlie value of mere fW month ago, has a spaa of 277 feet. ornaments. They are that anil morn, too, Tho next longest masonry arch is In the for as an of the artificer' art Jn example United States near Washington, D. t: and to known os the Cabin John Bridge. Ma length of open la 20 feet. Tiie reason Unit the Japanese are a short legged nation is owing to tholr Quern. Alexandra own. one of the most habit of squatting on the floor. 4 I wSrXhevrrafTr 'J'. msiM rubies and to have cost the tjJJ.sld Ocu. Wjin diamonds, gad l,1H thickly en- - J ug gum of 130, sap-.e- ui tnor-- s -5 I brans liter have a high value. They we.-made by Coslmo Cennl. whose name, (m p. i unknown in the science of war. e. but who has unimieaclu.1ile urUstlc Bo It is tli'ul In the National Museum at Florence this work of (tls is displayed. ANEW I'fiT now them Is a lively interest In XclKonlana In England and everything whteii was asHooiated with the naval Iuto comoa In for uncommon in tore si. Here Is shown Nelson's sword and other reminders of the great man. The sword r Blast Under Water. n per-bron- e' ABHKNTIST Royal Traders. M L k BR1 tcriiiioiu iyrwfwgei -- iters aul have participated, through A Japanese bride gives her wetiJlng their agents. In many large financial to her parents n a slight re iuiiei.c;nicr;iiliiii. The most notable aperula-pfilrefur the trouble they have lutd In rearing tiun was that of JUT and 177. The ejuth ern ports of Ritseia, In connection with the ' war with Turkey, had been close a. The result wo that the supply of grain from Houthern Ruesta we cut off. Tlie King of Denmark carried out a huge deal ;u American grain, forced a corner and netted several thousand pound. Yautla Joseph of Austria Is not only an Emperor, but a keen business man a well. Aa a member of the royal family lie I 7 i1Mm Inline, rable prl lit gi, '7, one of wlik h Life of a ? 4 x,- 1 - . u i - ' ft i! It is not dlfllcuU to iS,!' n, after tlieir a s . Mole. Two Japanese officers who were shot as thousand ruble, to the discovered lhati!PlM.b,,ie?hg P01 " "pknowl- I actively at work In!?,11 natm'nt had kun or l.ite In the e rom ton. with a pitchfork when they re;lure working, the animals being located by olwcrvtng tlie movement of the ground aliove them. If water Is allowed to run into the burrow and till it the animal when I re mint can be forced to come to the surface to avoid drowning, and may be tlie easily killed. The best remedy damage dune to towns and grass plots by moles Is prompt rolling with a heavy roller. By continued repetition of this the moles will be driven away, at least temporarily. It Is believed that moles have few natural enemies. Their food consists and Insects that clili'tly of earthworm live In the ground, and tbelr presence in large numbers at any place la en evidence of the abundunce of tbelr food. There to no doubt that they do much good by destroying many noxioua Insects. If It were not for thu Injury done to lawna by throwing up ridges of earth along which the grass dies or to garden by loosening the roots of young plants, moles would be more beneficial tnan harmful. l pr.-s-- has of the bod steel and an inscription proves Its authenticity. Ills iuk pot. which ha doubtless used in many a historical correspondence, has Its own peculiar value, but the sword doubtless is the more valued of the two. Is made JT It. e cap-tbe- m FAMOUS AMERICAN BUILDING. fr it,! EllE i u I :y lucky n.iPKhnt of fuunlain o! water raiUH-- by an ex- lludon h - atli the surface. It was taken at t':- i- Instant the water had its and before It Imd com- imcnccd As tliis. jV to r.tll , k. Biicit picture, it onl. would an him undue van-give ad jhoaever. '- ncresxnry to add. cutumorclal layman, he Ua- j- scarcely Uge The water in 1'.- ,- case wa tl.rowu'ln the lair an by expios; .it to a height of twenty once led to ap,''l,;lu"ym. curious result. feci. Tho Emperor hud established a large' ' brandy distillery and in due cuure ap-- 1 Size of Great Britain. Ills royal Identity! plied for hie lleon--- . w.ts known and the application was !! A!1 IAri,-i- i fused, as he lutd failed to comply wlih Die' I about Empire of law's reqitlretnenia by applying in his own ' surface of the habitable There are 12.SS0 hoy nnd IT girls In nnrt name. Tho Emperor appealed agiin- -t of the l'nited l'(,!nits the Industrial school of Great Britain al ",,mllh l' same attend.mt at the Islands, and present. time explaining that! lie could not fulfil the strict letter or the ab,mt ileptuidcncles under ecp-l.ins lie was a member of tne :l,,ent vary- guternments, jiral!! After forty-liv- e years' service, in which fjmlly and oh suchi hod no family n.inc-- . V n ?ilu ff,mi '.tnada, wiilch I thirty ba has travelled about tao million miles tli Unltej Kingdom, to III explanation allows and tlie . f Which is two sq.i'.ue"1'1 peror has one uf tne Urge, m(Mit sue- ceexful brandy dtotillcrics in Austria. 'tiiatVsSh d i I 1 : one-fif- th ti-.- thl' i, f,r,-thr.- u w 11 w.-w- .1 eeeeeeee l'nited Kingiicn, tlie artut of thoj The first railway, with four Brltleh A abice uariv1 rarjjM govtru'.t Ne Guinea oie sixty tint- - a was between Toklo and fid!" large as that of the mother: Yokohama in opened y 1S72. the railway PILE of peat has much tbs .AVY CROCKETT was a fin figure hs shown that the "be sure Oiintry. The motiva power for carry- - mA;" and arm are , and. I r mileage 4.49, with 1.M3 locomotives. Abnormally even In strenuous times appearance as a pile of coal. Here ing It away is, of course, a Bnetland pony. that approximate exactly ( Tnsteam have , Jsp rapidly. got up Is an actual photograph at abort duced men of tough fibre and d. 'aeter of tho max. Oncesu t(rt Tlubi1'. s li.'iui'k.t peonle hnve to snnport! Bo sure you're right-anrange of a targe pile of thin fuel. It Before the Paris Academy of Bcienc courage. he bent every energy ttyj'ttc Town h ; KiuMcd. T!i fi-u- a right Cape r. an i.f army a who Mire have pre-s'be to seen smell galls".1 a -; the reA ,.vi ailV great antipathy then go ahead," are hi words, long in is produce that before him. He pnt up - that t hr ;.ni that mice exposed Cape Coinny , i, . f nothing but .t it plied up such a M. Bouchard stated and a littls oil of pepper- - membered. though he wrote much that 'fore he fell In Port Alamo. tr fully llliimlnared copies. of from :'f rdlum and I etihiirbi. numb.' H1?! tSSn'iJrBtalttotolr-.x,ni"at,07capital 1.M7.A. piSre ,,, ,n ipibiinofflree1 Wr, 711' Thry h'1'i 811 thnmmi UjHr haunU and ItolesIwMS entertaining and humorous. Fr.n-- I toulo, before the fierce 1wwlaugM Iticresrc of u i tiie ir will JtliTtunan. legislator and author, htoiory Mexicans, on March 14 keep them away. rt. . ronj.ani'j In Rri.mii rare of dwar. ?n --, ' ud To-dn- r- j ., ni popix-rmint- and : .