CARE OF OLD MANUSCRIPTS HAS ' RECEIVED HER LEGACY
.CONFEDERATE MONEY BURNED ' FEAR FOR HALIBUT YIELD
Wot CX STEWART,
Valuable. Relics Are Now Preserved as Descendant of Patrick Henry Would
Hundred-Dollar' Bill " Converted to
Important Northern Pacific Fishery Is
Believed to Be in Danger of
Halibut fisheries in British Columbia
are reported in danger of depletion.
migm e tne Finest works Seem Fully Possessed of "Most
Mere Carbons for
Twenty years ago there was still a
of -Art. . v , Valued Possession."
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tftb, ISCtibt fcstoOeattSaEAay,
Salisbury, N.JC, Sept. 20 '16
A snob is the object at the
greatest extreme from a lady or
In justice to the contracting
parties it might be well to say
that there was no swearing-, boist
erous or rowdy conduct during
the ceremony. The chairs were
in no wise injured nor was the
store overturned. It was merely
the usual quiet home wedding.
It makes one sick, actually nau
seated, to note the present style
(we suppose it is style, about all
of them are doing it) of a young
man in leading a young lady (?)
along the street like something
he had caught or found and was
taking it to his room for safe
keeping. Yes, it is sickening.
FOur colleges and schools
are opening and, according to
the headlines in the news
papers, we get an idea of
What seems will be their main
purpose. Note these: "Trin
ity College has a recital at
tendance," "Football practice
has begun aNSewanee, though
the university does not open
till September 26," "Football
teams are rounding into torm
for season's games, most of
the Southern teams have long
lists of hard games before
them," "Coach Fetter has men
working hard, with stiff sche
dnle ahead football coach ii
working. vigorously to get in
jSTREETS TO BE PLAYGROUNDS
Nw York Authorities Will CIos Ont
Hundred to "Traffic This
J With" the lntenfloa of establish
(more play streets Jer- children tMs
Trammer, the police mt -2few York will
ibegin at once a mrrey of the comgest
ed. districts la the slty to determine
Inhere these recrebfioa centers are
required, to decrease tho number of
.accidents. Cdnunisskraer Woods said
that he was convinced that these
Streets were absolutely necessary for
jthe protection of Uie ki the
Studies already mdSe by the depart
ment show that alttougn 15 per cent
of the population live Soutia of Four
itesnth street, between 19 and 20 per
iee&t of all the persons injured and
killed last year lived In that section.
! Wlth sufficient funds at' hand to
jhlre competent supervisors,' itr.
Woods said, 'there does not seeaa, to
!be any reason Why at least os hun
Idred streets should not be closed this
i summer, stanchions placeds to keep
traffic out and the sfcpervieioiy of these
'playgrounds put Into the hands of an
(organization similar to ti$6 parks and
"In this city thert are 1,016,520
children between five and fifteen, years
jold. It is estimatedthat of thi nxun
ber 682,841 mist play away 'tram home',
which includes 64306$ children who
live In Manhattan. It has been found
that the, parS department, the board
of education aadjPrtyrt a organization
hav facilities t6r, cartaff for bnly
SUCCESS .THEIR OPINION
iBarney Bernard fTelli Good 8toryof
4 Man VJho Had NeQtected an lm-
I portant Point.
i r a.
; Tin th Lambs All-Ster, Gambol .
imusical yarn was told By Barney Ber
jnard, the Shylock fit the Shake-'
'spearean minstrels. 'How Is your
idaughter Jessica? asked the inter
locutor, and Bemafl'g reply stripped
of Its Abe Pottsh Cialect, was:
'She's been studying mUsio In Berlin
for three years. Latel she wrote that
she was ready to sing la grand opera;
and that she was Cdml&g home, so 1
arranged a concert tor feer at Carnegie
hall. I went to Seter&l of the mem'
bers of my lodge ad iMSked them to
take tickets for Cad concert, telling
them that tf my 6sshter was a suc
cess I would give a banquet tomy
friends' at the Hotel Knickerbocker,
When the time of the concert came,
of course my daughter was nervous.
She broke down and went off the key
r It was terrible. The people started
'going out of the hall. - At once I
thought of the banquet, and I rushed
Idown to the Knickerbocker to cancel
at in tha banauet room I
found five of my friends eating and
drinking champagne. 'Walt a minute,'
ii said. IJflld you that If my daugh
ter was a success I would give a ban
Iquet- she was not a success, she was
la failure. Then one of my xnenas
tstood dp and said, 'Well, we liked
There are not fifty persons in the
United States who are skilled in -the
preservation and repairing of old
manuscripts. One of them, says the
University of Wisconsin Bulletin, may
be found working on the third floor
of the Wisconsin historical library
building at Madison, one of the six or"
seven institutions in the country that
carry on such work scientifically. ,
A . . A.
ADwui a generation or . two ago a
priest in the Vatican library at Rome
originated and developed the process
now in use In the taking care of old
papers. Until last year there was none
of this work which was high grade
and scientific done in this - country
west of the Alleghanles. All work that
the university had done was sent to
Massachusetts. Last July the process
was introduced to the state historical
Tne nrst tmng done in the process
of preserving the letters is to pla
them between wet newspapers : under
a weight and leave them for flvetor six
hours. This removes the creases and
the dirt. Then they are put between
woodpulpjboards and left 24 hours land
then between blotters to complete the
drying process. The next step I is to
repair the paper. The paper off some
of these letters is so old when received
that it falls to pieces if struck. This
is strengthened oy a layer of crepo-
line, a transparent cloth,? on both sides
of the piece of paper.. Other letters
need mending along, the edges with
parchment paper. Tt cover Holes a
piece of paper is glued over the edges
and is left larger -"than the hole' until
dry. It is then cut down to the proper
size and the edges are- sandpapered
until smooth. After all- such repairs
are made the, letters, are mounted on
large white sheets and prepared for
DECALOGUE. FOR THE LAW
Bavarians Are Asked , Not to Go
Court While the War Is
In the. Bavarian cofhrts a novel at
tempt is belne made- to stEmress the
national passion for going to law by
display 'of the following "ten com
mandmfents" in the courthouses:
L Avid lawsuits,? especially' in this
grave, time of war. ;
2. Thou iknowest perhapsH the begin
ning, but thou canst not divine the
S. Thou savest mqkh money, time
and, anxiety. ;
4. Before 'starting; litrgation try to
5. Let thy prospectrveopponent tell
his side, and then perhaps thou wilt
thyself ,4ee flew, likk . .
6. listen to-.the.' jusjfeet when he, pro
pose a sett!eiBentt hV'meeas it .welL
1. Alwaya. draw up ,thy agreements
uv writings Read thefen carefully be
fore thou, signesfci thenVthou wilt avoid
obscurity and possess thyself of;
8. Hemember that only that which
thou-canstprove: counts in court,
ft. Drive noit fthy opponent t ex
tremes. Thou rhayest 'someiday need
10. Run, not-te the courts with thy,
petty squabBlaB. -
' - r ail
V -.What AIs , Good Rope. '
Ronfe is soldbferthje pound, so .that'
uier is aiways ftner temptation ior a
dishonest mamifaictHrer to "load" his
product 'with, an excpss'of oil or other
riiaterial or to mak e the coll a trifle
short The fconsunjier then pays the
full rope j price for oil, etc. Then,
too, .iirach 'so-called? manila contains a'
perdentageLof infe'rior fiber such a
sisal, andjhasij neither the strength
ngr wearing aualtfes that it'( should.
TasiUe tests Alo n4t tell the story, for
iBome of thei adulterants are almost
ajonglasfmanila but the strength
of i poor rope faBs off rapidly with
Open Jthestrarids and look at the
inside $ot Van ol(J rope for signs of
wear.fast wears faster there than,
on thfe Outside. ! When a rope passes
overthej sheave Jof a block or around
a cfeat the strands" slide a little on
each either and the inner fibers grad
Gcbd manila fiber is light colored,
fine, silky, and strong. Rope made
froMfeAit is smooth, with few ends of
Swimming ,by Searchlight.
y Fiar the benerct or tne urea oust-
ness man and the tred business wom
an, unable to takie .'advantage of' Chi-
rftero's 22 miles of lake front during
the daytime, the city has Installed
along some of thft beaches powerful
electric searchlights, so that the bath
ers can see justj where, and with
whom, they are swimming. After
nightfall. theligbits are turned on,
throwing their) rays in various' direc
tions, so that 'the 'bathers have plenty
of Illumination! both Jon the beeich and
at a generous distaiice into tbie lake.
Aside from giving the Chicagoahs
a new form 'of water'sport, it makes
their swimmSjig perfectly safe. Popu
lar Science 'Monthly.
Someyhat Singular Case.
"Where," asked Lewis F. Mason,
United States commissioner of Chica
go, examining some Chinese held for
deportation, "were you born?" "Me
born, said,' Sing. Ling, without hesita
tion, "in f'San Francisco!" "Where
asked the, commissioner, "were your
parents born1?" "China," replied the
Oriental.,' Havelthey ever been in this
country ?T aekeomhe official. "No, sir,"
replied the Chinese, sincerely.
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Pimply, muddy complexions
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Ulear up tne skin by taking Dr
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mild laxative qualities remove
the poisons from the system and
brighten the eye. A full, fr
non-griping oowei movement is
the reward of a dose of Dr
King's New Life Pills the night
befor. At your Druggist, 25c.
Patrick Henry wrote in his will, -"I
have now disposed of all my property
to my family ; there is one thing more
I wish I could give them, and that is
the. Christian religion. If they have
that, and I had not given them one
shilling, they would be rich; and if
they have not this, and I had given
them all this world, they would be
It would seem that the only' portion
of this legacy in which the . nearest
known lineal descendant of Patrick
Henry now living has shared is in the
fulfillment of his wish that his family
might have the Christian religion. Per
haps, the strongest characteristic of
Lucy Anne Henry Peters, who Is, so
far as can be learned, the only living
great-grandchild of Patrick Henry, is
her piety and devotion to the church.
Although Mrs. Peters is now in her
seventy-fourth year, she attends Sun
day school as regularly as Sunday
rolls around and cannot remember
when she missed either, regardless of
the weather, and the only book she
has read for many years is the Bible,
which she consults every day.
Mrs. Peters, who' now lives at Han
nibal, Mo., is the'ohly one living of the
12 children of Edmund Henry, who,
according to Raleigh-Travers Green in
his "Historic Families of Virginia,"
rwas the only child of John Henry, the
oldest son and tha fourth of the five
children of Patrick Henry, by his first
wife, Sarah gkeiton Henry. Exchange.
CAMERA AID TO PATRIOTISM
Australian Troops Get Pictures of
i Homes to Urge Them On to Work
'! Asked of. Them.
It was Green, the historian, who said
'that the cheap photographic portrait
-did much, very much, to llnkthe em
pire together. The homesteader in
'Canada works to make a home for a
'girl of his heart he hopes will follow
.him and whose portrait he often looks
-at. The old mother in, England, Ire-
laad or Scotland gazes on the picture
of her boy In British Columbia and
he is-not so far away after all.
Wise people in Melbourne, Australia,
know the power of sentiment, and they
are letting the photograph aid patriot
ism. Placed conspicuously in all the post
offices of the Commonwealth, posters
advertising the new snapshots from
the Home league explain -an eaterpris-
ing plan for linking home and trenches.
Amateur photographers may enroll in
the league and take photographs of
the relatives and homes of soldiers
on actual service, with the object of
sending she pictures to the;meu in thee
trenehes. Here are U'eeotiyeslf any
are needed to win out and get back
Some Jaw-twister, eh? Never mind
frying to pronounce the thing, Just caH
it "boo," or "x," and save time as well
as patience. It relates to a disease
recognized by osteopaths and caused
by high street car steps. Awful name
for a thing so simple, eh? One might
be pardoned, in view of such a name
for the ailment, in thinking that it
meant the whole dingbusted works had
been scrambled like so many eggs. Dr.
F. G. Cliiett of Sioux City, la., told
the "state osteopaths about it during
their convention the other day, ex
plaining that the disease, steppedinuo
mates, is a general nervous disorder
and is spreading rapidly. The Jar on
alighting from a high step causes
misplacement of the innominate bone.
and the trouble begins.
DoctoF Cluett said he had treated
several patients recently, all living
near car lines, and all afflicted in the
same way. A car step slfould not be
more than eight inches high, the
height of the average step," said the
doctor. "Anything higher causes
jar tnat may nave serious conse
The hands on all clocks on British
railroads, post offices, newspaper of
fices, police stations and other places
where business is conducted through
out the night were pushed forward at
two o clock one morning recently to
three o'clock, in accordance with the
daylight saving act.
The new schedule will run until Sep
tember 20, when clocks will be stopped
for an hour. Factories, banks, stores
trains, theaters and restaurants will
all conform to the new time schedule,
The Scandinavian countries, France
and Holland also have adopted the
scheme of daylight-saving initiated
by Germany, and several Canadian
cities, including Halifax, i have fallen
Send Drinkers to Front.
On account of a diminution in the
output of munitions, due to excessive
drinking, the French minister of mu
nitions has issued instructions that
any munition workers found under the
influence of alcohol shall be immedi
ately sent to the fighting line.
The explanation Is given that the
penalty is not in the nature of a pun
ishment, but' because the man in ques
tion is .unlikely to experience the same
temptations at the front.
Several of the larger vessels have
power lifeboats wnicn are equipped
with wireless. These boats can be
used either to search for help or to
tow oared boats at sea.
Constipation the Father of Many Ills.
Of the numerous ills that affect
humanity a large share start with
constipation. Keep your bowels
regular and they may be avoided
When a laxative: lis needed
take Chamberlain's Tablets,
They not only move the bowels
but improve the appetite and
strengthen the dierestion. Ob
J tamable everywhere.
large "suppryjf the paper money is
sued by the Confederate governemnt
during the Civil war. Today not much
of it is met with, and even the con-f
fldence men have to resort to real
counterfeits. What has become of itr
asks the New York Sun. :
There is a man in Atlanta who can
answer that question, for he has dis
posed of millions of it. Through some
scores of commercial travelers with
whom he was acquainted, he was for
some years buying up all the Confeder
ate bills that could be procured, at
a price that- seemed to many too
high for what was, after all, worthless
In turn he sold it to the Edison
company for a good price. For cer
tain small incandescent lamps which
the Edison people were manufactur
ing a certain kind of carbon was
needed, which could best be obtained
from paper made out of sea grass.
h-That kind of paper is not made any
more. But the confederate money was
all made out of sea grass paper.
From this the carbons for the lamps
could, be manufactured. Now that the
sea grass paper can no longer be
had, bamboo is being used instead, but
it is not quite so good.
EVEN TO BOTTOM OF OCEAN
Divers Have to Go When Miiatfy
Wants Certain Decoration fsr
To the bottom of the Chesapeake
bay went American manufacturers of
artificial flowers in quest of a certain
decoration for milady's headgear, when
the war cut off the German supply.
They found it, and the bureau of fish
eries, which aided the manufacturers
in the search of the product, all of
Which heretofore came from Germany,
says it is worth $250 a ton. And Chesa
peake bay is just full of it, and even
better than that formerly supplied by
The product is a species of fern,
brown in color, which grows in abun
dance attached to the rocks and shells
in the bed of Chesapeake bay. By dye
ing various shades are produced, and,
in addition to being used on women's
hats, it is used for house decorations.
Secretary Redfleld said that it is
the beginning of a new Industry. The
bureau of fisheries loaned the Fish
hawk, one of its vessels, to a Balti
more artificial flower manufacturer to
engage in the explorations for the
fern. Efforts are now being made to
have fishermen bring in the product,
for all which they can obtain 290 a
Nitrates From the Air.
In the American Magazine Albert
W. Atwood tells how the DuPonts and
the Rockefellers are developing proc
esses for extracting the nitrogen gas
from the atmosphere.
The DuPdnt interests control and
propose to develop in this country the
process most extensively employed
abroad. One of the newest processes,
the one upon which the Rockefeller en
terprise is based, consists of liquify
ing air. Until 1898, when two scien
tists, one in England, the other in Po
land, almost simultaneously made the
discovery, no one had ever made air
stream down like water. The process
consists of reducing the air toa very
low temperature by means of powerful
compressors. The process is already
in successful commercial operation in
France and the Sodete de l'Alr Li
qulde of that country is one of the
large stockholders In the Air Reduction
company of New York, in which Percy
Rockefeller is the largest owner. The
American company proposes to install
a plant in every state, and believes
that each plant will be able to produce
280,000 cubic feet of nitrogen daily.
Rockefeller has gathered around him
as directors men who are not accus
tomed to entering upon purely vision
Better Than Faucets.
Foot power is required to wash your
hands in one of the new washbowls
designed for use in schools, public In
stitutions and offices, as well as pri
vate homes. The faucets supplying
the water have no handles. They are
operated by pedals underneath the
stand. Pressing one pedal gives hot
water and the other supplies cold.
This permits the user to have his wa
ter at the temperature he desires.
As soon as the pressure upon pedal is
released, Its waterflow stops. Physi
cians and dentists find this foot con
trolled water supply a great con
venience because it does not require
the use of a hand to secure water. It
is claimed that It would lessen the
water waste in all public places where
the washstand is in almost continual
"I took my girl to the ball game yes
"TJh-huh ! I bet her a pound of candy
against a pack of cigarettes on the
"Did she Day upf
"Say, what kind of a cheapskate do
von think I am? Why, the girl felt
so bad about losing that I had to buy
her two pounds of candy ana swear on:
smoking cigarettes for life Dexore
could cheer her up."
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the Toronto Globe states. The yield is
now second only to that of the salmon
in the coast fisheries. During 1914 the
quantity landed at Canadian ports
was over 64,000,000 pounds, and it is
expected that the record for the last
year will be slightly greater. These
years 'show marked increase over the
total of 65,000,000 pounds in 1913. The ;
advance is said to be due mainly to the j
adoption -of more effective methods of j
fishing And to the better profits ob
tained through facilities for preserv
ing, snipping ana maraeung. uoia
storage and refrigerator cars make it
possible to place the catch of the
northern Pacific fresh on the markets
of California and the cities of the East
in Canada and the United States.
More information is necessary re-j
gar ding the special circumstances of
the Pacific coast before effective means
of protection can be devised. The hair
seal is suspected of being among the
destroyers. A government bounty for
destruction, established chiefly as a
means of protecting the salmon, has
led to -the destruction of many seals.
It is claimed that only about one in
five shot in the water is recovered to
make a claim for the bounty. Sea
lions are also destructive. As they
herd on known islands during their
breeding season systematic means can
keep them in cheek. Methods of fish
ing may some day need regulation.
Although a bottom fish, and keeping
in comparatively deep water, the hali
but comes to the shallows to spawn.
The government is alive to the impor
tance of the Industry, and signs of
serious depletion should prompt im
mediate efforts toward protective
GIVES RULES FOR TEACHERS
Squared Shoulders Drive Home Hy-
fllene 8tudy, a Philadelphia
Pertinent instructions to public
school teachers as to the manner in
which they shall conduct themselves
about the schoolroom so that they may
be an example to their pupils were
given by Dr. Edward Martin, member
of the Philadelphia- board of educa
tion, who presided at a health confer
ence of principals of the public
"Brace up, have a correct carriage
and be able to leek others in the
face," Doctor Martin said to the sev
era! hundred teachers who attended
the conference. He commented on the
excellent carriage of the West Point
cadets, and told the instructors that
they should go with squared shoulders
before their pupils.
During the Spanish-American war,
while he was on inspection duty In the
South, Doctor, Martin said the stand
ing ox a regiment always couia De pre
dicted by looking at the officers who
commanded it. If the officers walked
.erect and with vigor, the troops usual
ly were like them.
; Alt ef the speakers admitted that
since the institution of the course in
physiology and hygiene the children
came to school cleaner, behaved better
and that much of the instruction given
at school had been carried home to the
Want Beardless 8oIdlers.
Domestic crises confront attested
married men with beards. Before they
present themselves to the British army,
they will be required to remove that
long cherished possession. "No beards"
is the rule in the army, section 12
of the King's Regulations providing
that the chin and underlip will be
shaved, but not the upperlip. Whisk
ers, If worn, will be of moderate
length. The result, according to a
London paper is that attested married
men with beards are faced with a
grave domestic crisis. "My wife," said
one bearded armleteer, "has never
seen me without a beard. I was beard
ed when we first met. Bow do I know
what she will think of me when she
sees my chin?" Another bearded late
group Wn intends to join in his beard
arid let the army authorities do the
execution he has not the heart to
wreak himself. He has a notably
large and flowing beard. A military
authority was firm on the point. "Men
who join their groups would be well
advised to leave their beards at
home," he stated.
Mere High Cost of Living.
Capt John Stevenson met a recent
arrival from the "auld countree" and
speedily got into a chat with him over
conditions there. The new arrival
told feelingly of the terrible toll of
war upon the fair land of Scotia, the
sad tales Of young men killed and
maimed, the sufferings of the families
left behind. His was a right sad tale
in every way. 'Why, mon, we're jlst
plum dlstractit wT it he concluded.
"And I suppose the war has caused
the price of provisions to go up in
Scotland as well as everywhere else,"
commented Captain Stevenson with
sympathy. "Aye, mon, ye're richt,"
agreed the visitor. "Proveesions has
gone up in price saxpence the bottle."
San Francisco Argonaut.
Czar's Dally Income $500,000.
Three-quarters of the 150,000,000 or
so acres owned by Czar Nicholas of
Russia Is rich timber land, yielding
large rentals, and the rest mining
properties, all of which net him some
half a million cold dollars a day, the
world's greatest individual income.
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J Btd internally or externally, 25cy
How to Feel Well
life Told by Three Women
Learned from ExpOTtiCe. "
The Change of Life is a most critical, period of a
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heat flashes very bad at times with dizzy spells and
nervous feelings. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
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am in better health and no more troubled with
the aches and pains I had before I took your won
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man, 759 N. Ringgold St, Philadelphia, Pa.
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