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A QUEER CALCULATION.
Alt Powar That Would Bs Required
to Mov the Earth.
Statisticians sometimes hare queer
Ideas. One of them amused himself
ty calculating how much energy, water
aA coal It would tnke to move the
earth a foot, supposing that it was sub
jected throughout Its mass to a force
equivalent to terrestrial gravitation.
This is a gratuitous supposition, for in
spite of its enormous mass the earth
6tarting with the fact thnt the
earth's mass is about (5.100 million
million-million tons, our statistician
calculates that we should require 70,
000,000,000 years for a 10.000 horse
power engine to move our globe a foot.
The boiler that should feed this engine
would vaporize a quantity of water
that would cover the whole face of the
globe with a layer 300 feet (loop. The
vaporization of this water would re
quire 4,000 million-million tons of coal.
This coal, carried in cars holding ton
tons each and having n total length of
thirty feet, would require 400 million
million cars, which would reach SO,
000,000 times around the earth. This
train, moving at the rate of forty
miles an hour, would take more than
5,000,000 years to travel Its owu
length. It would require for storage a
Bhcd that would cover l.OdO times the
area of Europe.
If we realize that this fantastically
huge amount of energy Is nothing at
all compared with what the earth pos
Besscs in virtue of Its rotation about Its
axis, Its revolution nbout the sun and
Its translation lu space with the solar
Hystem, of which the earth a but an
Infinitesimal part of the universe, we
may get some Idea of the Importance
of man in the universe and estimate
his incommensurable pride at Its just
A PIQUED BONIFACE.
Meilhac and a Costly Dish That He
Did Not Est.
Among the most absentm hided of
peniuses was the French composer,
Meilhac. On the occasion of the first
presentation of one of his operas Meil
hac. In evening dress, entered a fash
ionable restaurant and threw himself
down at a table, thinking earnestly
about the event of the evening and
A waiter brought him a menu. Meil
hac, a man of very simple tastes in !
the matter of food, ahstiai teilly indi j
cat'vl witli lii i linuer the first dish on
the bill that hU eye had struck. Now
It chanced that this was the most elab-,
orate and costly dish on the bill, and,
when the waiter went t the kitchen!
,witli tho order there was in conse- 1
.qucnee umat commotion there. The
iprietor himself was siunmoiied. and
tnd II. principal chef devoted them-;
s t ; t1!.- preparation of the famous
f diout and another for an-!
r M'Kr.iwhil. Meilhae waited, ab-'
4 ' i.isii was brought with a'
iio'.i- - , ; : 1 1 r I the proprietor, with
e:d : '. stood not far away to
r e t:J- v-;;o. When it was iio-
I iv( :.: ,.f him Meilhac? regard-1
! i'.- .p--f
I. ; !;. ,
I'ki 1 (
"1j p-ijti I
ith an expression of uicl- i
that'.-" he .-.sited. !
; "Ye fc yes. monsieur; but"
"fl lien k'uiiily take it away and eat It
v .urseif," ordered Meilhac, "and bring
f no two fried eggs." Chicago Record
U r iif
Coui-o t Quit Gambling.
I Driving a c:ib in tho streets of lon
'don is a young man who has literally
.thrown away 80,000. Tho son of a
iwealthy family in Yorkshire, he went
Into the army, but soon became distin
SUlsbed by his gambling propensities.
;He ruined himself and had to leave his
regiment. Pome time ago while living
Jn a garret news was brought to him
that he bad been left 80.000. There
(was a condition attached to the lega
cythat the money was to immediately
;pass to another person, named in tho
jwlll. if the legatee was ever found
gambling. A detective was sot to
jwatch the ex-captain and saw him en
ter a well I.r.own club ono evening,
iwhcre he lost the sum of 300, which
ho had raised on his expectations. He
:forf cited his 80,000 before ho had ever
Uaid hands on it. London Tit-Uits.
In Coils of a Python.
Mr. Cockliu, walking In thick grass
near the Marico river, lieehuanaland,
vas thrown to the ground by a four
iteen foot python, which coild around
his legs and then tried to drag him to
tree near by. -o that, by coiling its
tn ! - r-::::'. t!.e tr.;i:!:. it might proceed
to rush him to death.
When within two yards of the tree
Mr. CocUlin got a hand free and shot
'the snake, which was so heavy that it
needed three men to lift it. East Lon
BIis3 P. Angelina, why don't you
'marry Lieutenant Y.?
I Miss A. First, because he has nc
itu-ains, and he can't ride, dance or play
rnnis. What could we do with him?
"But he swims beautifully."
"Oh,, yes. Rut one can't keep one's
Ihnsband in an aquarium, you know."
The Poor Doctor.
"Say, Weary, here's a doctor dai
' jsays do best kind of exercise is walk
Bn' to your work."
p ''Is dat so.. Llnipy? Pen I surposc
Je doctor gets his exercise by vlsitln'
da cemetery on foot" Cleveland riair.
Where might is master, Justice U
Servant German Troverb.
" DANGEROUS FIGS.
Tfc Fearless Mexican Peccary Will
Fight Man or Beast.
A writer In the St. Louis republic
(ays that the mojt vldous and fearless
member of tho brute creation is the
peccary, or wild hog. of Mexico. This
tniinal seems utterly devoid of fear
and displays an intelligence in fightlu
mun strangely at variance with its ap
parently complete luck of mental at
tributes. Their ability to scent man is particu
larly marked. The oiiiy thing to do
when they get after you Is to run
away from them as fast as a horse
can carry you, and then there is no
certainty that they won't catch you.
They are nearly as swift as a horse,
and their endurance is as great as
A friend of mine encountered a
drove of them In u wild part of Mexico
a few years ago. and his escape was
almost miraculous. He very foolishly
shot and wounded a number of them.
Then he took refuge in n tree.
The peccaries kept him in the tree all
that day and through the night They
circled round the tree, grunting and
squealing their delight at the prospect
of n feast. lie soon exhausted his nni
uiiiniiiou and brought down a peccary
at each tire, but this had no terrors for
Toward niorulug they began to eat
those he had kitted, after which they
formed in line and trotted off. If they
had not had some of their own number
to devour they would have guarded !
that tree until my friend through sheer
exhaustion dropped from his perch and j
allowed them to make a meal of him.
Tin- wildcats and tisers that infest j
the Mexican wilds flee from the pec
caries with Instinctive fear, and even
rattlesnakes keep out of their path. i
Where Her Great Help Was Needed
Her Heart Was Willing. j
"Professor." said the fair co-ed after!
a pause, "let ine ak you if you ever
use the phrase 'different than';'" j
'Never!" exclaimed the young pro
fessor of rhetoric and Kuslish lltera- '
tnro. "It exasperates tin?. Miss Tinkle, I
whenever 1 see it in print." '
"I am gl.-id we have something In j
common." she rejoined. "Nevorthe- '
less, IV ifes -or eh- I'mey, I cannot be
your vii'o." ;
"Mr a .r." nked the young wo- 1
;:i:ni. with d..v;:. ;,t eye', "now that I
happen to ih:i,:. ..r it. do you ever use
the phrase ViToivnt than'"' " '
"I crtaiuiy do nut." said the cnam-,
ored i ap;i:.i:-t. "It Is nut only iucor-'
met. leu i:i'...:ly absurd." j
"I ata -''aii to hear you say so. Still, :
Mr. Kh.i:i it is useless to t rge me.
I never c;.:. be anything more to you
thru; a I'rN'Pd."
"I.--! cie ask you one question, Mr.
r.no'n!;, -." she said. "Do you over use
thj pi i.'.-e 'd':icreut than':'"
"Wi.y ( i-I presume I have used It
r.::vl. -.! sometimes. Miss T-rirMe."
st u::':! cr.'d tii.' i-nibarrasseil yoit'.i.
.. .v fiat you have called r.:y i.t
ei p. i! I -ha!! 1 o ca.reful t say
.iilTcr :.t fr- i-f h 're:.r:er."
"i '!.i'i'!e." -'. cxc!a:::n d, clasping her
I:.i:nis ecstatically and nazing at hiln
'.vit'i s,.:; : i'uI cyt s, "my answer is yes
yes! IV poor, dear I iy, you !.-ed a
helpmate, au.l I'll be tlie helpmate!"
Chicago TriUiuw. '
A somewhat eccentric physician who
recently died would order patients to
take walks, say daily, on tho left side
of tho street, returning by the other
aide; another he would order to arise
each morning at a certain hour ami
eat cheese with ginger beer; another to
take supper precisely at midnight and
eat only apples, or he would instruct
the patient to put just so many grains
of salt on the egg he was to eat and
part his hair in a different way each
day. I lis object was to get the mind
of the patient on something else than
symptoms, and this scheme worked
well In many eases, especially when
the patjent was suffering from melan
cholia. New York Times.
Muckrat Skin Cure.
"Tho shin of a muskrat taken and
worn next to the chest wUl cure any
case of asthma in the world." said n
Louisville man. "I had an uncle who
suffered a thousand deaths with asth
ma and tried everything that could hi
bought In the way of medicine. Final
ly one day an old time friend told him
of the rur-:;rat skin, and he tried it.
I;; two months he was as well as he
hrul ever lieen. Just how the skin
Works about a cr.ro Isg mysf.'ry. but it
v.iil do it." Nashville Tcunessccan.
Lesec and Lomaigre, who were botli
as thin as laths, were discussing a mu
Lesec I met our friend Purand this
morning. lie has grown so thin.
Lemaigre Really! And he was 60
Lesec Y"es, It is dreadful. He is
thinner than both of us put together
now. I'eie Mcle.
The Picture Was Goad, of Course.
Friend (to nrtisti Well, were yon
successful at the anion? Artist .No.
They "ejected my picture, the wretches!
l-'ricnd V"hy? Artist How should I
know? The oil was bud perhaps. Nos
First Old Lady What kind of a time
did you hrtvu nt the funeral? Second
Old Lady Well. I've enjoyed myself
more at others. Life.
If you don't scale tho mountain you'
can't view the pluin. Chinese Troverb.
H Fir and It Girdle Cake.
The Chequers inn, Osmotherlcy, is a
relic of the old coaching days, but it 1
liow famed for its tire, which has nev-
er been out for more thuu 100 years
and over which girdle cokes are baked,
This huge fire Is kept continually burn-
lng by peat or turf from the Yorkshire
moors. An excellent tea is provided
for visitors, the chief dainty being the
lue peat glows luce red
embers on a red tiled floor, the girdle
being suspended from a bar above, tho
whole looking most quaint and pictur
esque. The exterior of the iuu is uiost
unpretentio-. :? and old world looking,
as it nestles alone cm the Yorkshire
wolds. Loudon Standard.
Justice rickfoivl. wheu a barrister,
was once f.peaki.i;: before a couile of
judges wiicn a Uisagree:.ieat arose.
After a long ilhi tissiou on a point of
law one of the judges said: "Wo re-
peat that I ha statement you make is
not good law. and this court does not
sit to expound the law to you, Mr.
I'lckford. Yc have neither tho wish,
the time"- "Nor the ability, your
lordships," Interjected the barrister.
"Quite o; quite so. Now. as to para
graph 3." Loudon Tit-Cits.
"Reginald." said the head of the
family. "I have told you again and
again that you are not to pull the cat's
Reginald eye.l him sadly. "You are
fitting very obstinate, father." ho sal.l
reprovingly.-- London (Jlobe.
"I want yo. i distinctly to understand,
Kmll. that when jov.r colleag-ic's wife
has a new hat I wn'.it o::e too."
"Calm yourself, my
settled it hi rv.ecii t:s.
of you g.iho' to g.-t one." Fllegende i
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DIAMOND RING FOR
WITH a DIAMOND ItINO I rerwd
FREE how to secure a BEAUTIFUL COM
PLEXION. DIAMONDS and EXQUIStTB
COMPLEXION are bath desirable. Aa
ripportnntiy to every woman is now o&Vred
for obtaining both. For $2.00 I OFFER
A 12 KT. GOLD SHELL MN'O, limped
like a belcher, with a Tiffany settiag,
set with a GENUINE DIAMOND aid
will send free with every order the
recipe and directions, for obtaiog a
faultless complexion, easily nnrienilood
and simple to follow. It will save the
expense of Creams, Cosmetics and
Bleaches. Will free the skin from pim
ples, blaokheada, etc., and give the skia
beauty and softness.
THE GENUINE DIAMOND RING
18 GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFAC
TURER to be as REPRESENTED, and
Bhould any purchaser be dissatisfied, I will
cheerfully REFUND THE MONEY. DO
N'OT LET PRICE LEAD YOU TO
DOUBT TDE GENUINF.NSS OR VALUE
OF THIS RING, as tho above guaranWe
protects each and every purchaser. SEND
ME jJlOO BY MAIL and take ADVAN
TAGE OF TIHS OFFER, as the time is
LIMITED. Send size af finger for which
the ring is desired.
3! Eist 23rd Street
New York City
Complete Movint Picture Machine Outfit, ifith
ufety carbide lenerator and lamp, other equipment
and 10-foot film act of 320 pictures.
Thin prenr Movinir Picture Machine Is m tov nor
Knuill nit III . Iml a regular inovitiit picture machine,
nperHtinif with lilms nn the san:e principle an the
neivInK picture muehlnea that are used liv enter
taluera eostiiiK hundruda and hundreds of dollars.
J-JW you can it thu ttupendoua outfit free
ia explained below where it tajre in bit
black type. "MY OFFER."
PICTURE M ACHINE FOR THE HOME
HERE IS what you are to do in order
to oct this iiiiiazini; niovhifr picture
machine and the SM moving pictures:
Send your name and uddresH on the
free cotllnm-thiit Is nil Write iv.i.i
It I will m,",' 'ofThe'miOT fretu
the most i-ploiidid manner. J want vou to dis-
stores lit any price. You may distrihute two
hut you must soil no more than two pictures to
GOOD FOR MOVING PICTURE MACHINE OFFER
Chah. K. P.i.i.is. President. SS9 W. 43.1 Street,
Dept. M.(i , New York.
PKAR Mr. Et.l.ts:
Please semi rne the twenry-elL-ht pictures, no
thnt 1 diht enni tlie urent nml in l.l. tlir., ,el,lnn