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—a bottle proves.
Uepresentative James T. Lloyd of
.Uissouri was discussing the presy-
rlont's belief that the*extra session of
congress would not try to revise the
whole tariff law.
"He had about as much fo eo on,"
Bald Lloyd, “as the man who ap-
ju-oaeheu n banker wiui a request to
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'He wins it at poker.’ ”—The Cunday
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Peking, China.—The Temple of
Heaven is the most'sacredt as well as
the most beautiful of all Chinese re
ligious edifices. It Is used only for
imperial worship, and no foreigner
has yet seen the stately and elaborate
ceremonies that take place here on
fixed dates every year. The bulldingB
of which it consists are situated in a
large walled in park in the southeast
section of the Chinese city of Peking.
A broad, stone paved road leads to
the temple from the Chinamen, the
largest gate o^||flK||tar city. This
gate i.s of the main
entrance to-the imperial palace. The
massive doors at Its centra! entrance
are i brown open only when the em
peror leaves his palace to visit the
Temple of Heaven or the Temple of
The park in which the Tempie of
Heaven lies is almost square in shape
and is surrounded by a stout wall,
nearly four miles long. Inside it Is
divided into sections by other walls
and the visitor Is bewildered by the
number of gates through which he
rassses when being shown round the
' sacred buildings. At each he has to
j pay a small sum to the gatekeepers,
j who rciy upon these tips as their
! main source of income. Some of chq
t IncJoEures contain majesne build-
j ings; others encircle the grazing
I grounds of the .sacred animals, reared
i for immolation upon the tempie al.-
By Lydia El
Tvith the picture ofji
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 46-1911.
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The striking edifice, which is gen
erally known as the Temple of Heav
en, but is called by the Chinese the
Temple of Prayer for the Year, to
which the emperor repairs each spring
to make offerings and pray for an aus
picious year for his people, is a land-
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way to the new. At
tone subject should be
the fertilizer formula
that will furnish a balanced ration to the crop and keep up the fertility
of the soil. To do this the fertilizer should contain at least as much
as Piiosphoric Acid. Oar note book has condensed facts essential
in fanners' meetings and plenty of space to record the new things
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Of deep blue, gold flecked tiles,
mounted by a massive gilt sphere,
be seen from the railway some
before Peking is reached.
It is comparatively a new building!!
having been erected since 1889, when
the old temple, of which this is an
exact copy, was destroyed by fire. It
stands on a triple marble terrace,
having a stairway at each of the four
points bf the compass. When the em
peror comes here to worship, the
tablets of his ancestors, which are
usually kept in an adjoining building,
are placed round the single lofty
chamber of which the temple consists.
A long, marble paved terrace leads
southward from the Temple of Heav
en past a smaller building of similar
design, known as the Temple of the
Universe, to the inclosure containing |
the altar of heaven. r
It may be doubted wliether any j
structure In the world excels this for j
grandeur and beauty. The marble !
paved courtyard that surrounds it,'
like all the termces in the park, is '
ill kept and overgrown with weeds, '
and even the alt- r terraces tl em- i
selves are spattered with shrubs ind
grasses. But nothing can detract
from the majestic simplicity of the
It is on the main altar, kneeling on
the circular slab of marble that marks
its center that the emperor at each
winter solstice, officiating as the high
priest of his people (by whom he is
known as the “son of heaven’’), wor
ships heaven and his ancestors at
The previous night is spent in
meditation and fasting in the Hall of
Abstinence, a fitting preparation for
the solemn rites that are to follow.
Nearly two hours before dawn the em
peror is called and arrayed in cere
monial raiment, after which he makes
his way (o the altar in a sedan chair,
and kneeling on the center stone of
the topmost terrace, burns incense to
heaven, and renders an account of the
Important events of the year. Burnt
offerings of animals are made on an
altar of green porcelain to the south
east of the main altar, In bronze
braziers ranged round tha court the
death sentences of silk
and jade are co.nmTtte^o the flames.
Groves of cypress trees surround
the altar inclo&ure, except to the
north, where a /eries of triple gates
marks the way to the Temple of the
Universe, while In the distance be
yond. the roofs of the Temple of
Heaven can he seen.
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C. H. WILMOTI
Dead Horse Kicks Man.
Seymour, Conn.—Living in Quarry
road when he Is well, John Bagdoiiis,
a stonecutter, rests in St. Rapheal’s
hospital with his jaw broken by the
kick of a dead horse he was burying.
Ho was helping his neighbor. Milkman i
James Ford, to drag the departed
beast to its grave. He pulled, but
pulled in vain, A man of gentle tem
per is Jo'en. but, Jetting the horse's
tail go, he poked his foot with need-
less energy into its ztomach. and the
hind foot of the horse shot up. Johi,
knew no.more. He says it was Ford
but the doctor sees hoof prints on iii,-
lace. John is a .stonecutter, so Fon
found another undertaker.