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Engelke was educated in the Canal Zone schools and served his apprenticeship here.

The ooeration of the spray truck must have disturbed the ghost of many a worker of the French and American Canal con- struction era who suffered the tortures of swarming mosquitoes in that area more than a half century ago. Both clinics are conducted by a registered nurse under the supervision of the Pedia- trician at Coco Solo Hospital.

In September, 187G, at Bel- larv, where the mean temperature was 8*7 Dr. Johnston made observations moriing and night for a week upon six- teen healthv men, who had been reading in India at 'least three years, and found that tjie temperature under the arm had a mean of 97.68 only, which is Uwer than the calculation of Dr. heaven if her are fed, can be traversed by man at any ling band laid more lovingly on my ■iser c Ti only a piteous appeal cup" at "last were "not full. except when the station-agent fla;^ the train to take on waiting passen- gers. magnifying glasses, crucibles, te- lorts, ail ash-covi-red forge, ajul all the aji- pf. .\t a table sit two earnest men each ht)lding alternately to month and ear the mouthpiece of a tele- pi itne.

Becker has estimated the increase in hot climates at 0.5 Fahrenheit to one elegree of increase in the temperature of the at- mosphere. Dartt, of Owatonna is setting out this spring a new orchard of l,8(Kl apple trees, protected by box elder and Scotch pine. A yard under cover, where cattb on W a piteous appeal U. Al- thongli it is on the renusylvauia n.ilroad (just Ifvoud Kahway), it is not even a stojv piii«» placf. 'cni)ied by tookkee[K-i' The scriljes in Olio end, and at tht- c tiles of all sizes and colors. On benches and tables are batteries of ail descriptions, micro- :-c jpes.

The clinic hours are from 1 :30 to 2 -.30 o'clock on Mon- day afternoons in Margarita, and Thursday afternoons in Rainbow City.

• • • A distinguished visitor to Health Bureau installations last month was Col.

This is put down in medical works as being in temperate cli- mates about 1)8.4 Fahrenheit, and Dr. .shelter, and pay fot it in contented looks as well as in the meire substantial re suits of the pail, in this sort of a yard, with water always at hand, they arc uff the hexif it^ also an iaand only a closer clinging to the cross, \ Hem. It is not in any way related to Mun- ^o Park, the great Scotch- African. Many telegraph wires an* '-"Ifi'stooned from it floor is o!

five weeks' Fubecripilon to ll*»» °*'"«i- ^" r«ramenced unnn it a vigorous crusade. Surgeon Major Casse Johnston of tiie British armv has lately made a remarkable report as to the heat of the body in dif- ferent climates. Tluie is a^three-fold advantage in these cover- ed yards. it is impossib'e to keejia yard in decent crdrr in wet weather, ef- peciallv in early spring, or fit tei be eyii pied by dairy (.'attic at least, when it is cxposell to tlie storms: a re K.f is edieajier in the end than litter. Tlie eattle them selves will appreciate Ihe benefit of th. ■]wt north of the track is a long," plain, wliite woollen bnilding, fnll of windows and twj stories high; this is the laboratory of the Jersey Columbus whise nasi.e has suddenly be.'onio faraoas.

• • • All sales of flashlights, flashlight bulbs, and batteries are now being handled by the Commissary Division, with the exception of oafety flashlights which will continue to be sold by the Storehouse Division. Approx- imately 200 students had tile I applications up to the middle of May. Browder and their son, William, left last month for a vacation in the United States.

Harrison, chairnan of the committee on civil service reform, made a speech in favor of removing Sen.\te. Shields, of Mis- souri, for door-keeper, made by General But- ler. 1 We have upwards of 4.(KK) dmikiitg sa- loons in this city. *1« -a very low fi„ure— we"^ find the aggregate receipts to be •mo OO daily annually. Large- as tjiis araonnt ;is we do not bebeve that it is more than half what our total re'eeipts would be. Some «'f our rcadtis will them Hlvcs "Shall now or AMiit until say, plant The followincr is "" extract from one of the lectures of J. Afteward I had business large and lucrative, and my voice in all larse courts was heard pleac iugtor iustice, mercy, and the riglit.

The House then took up the case of Doorkeeper Polk, and Mr. Aftet: debate, a motion to adjourn to Monday was carried— 32 to 31. entire session war*- t«ikeu up with along disi-us-.-ion upon the nomination ol (ien. from the ci Tects of n drunken debauch • ■' But now the struggle is over, I can survey the field aui.1 measure the lo.;ses. The demon tore from around me the robes ot my saoicd otlice, and sent mo forth churchless and Oodles.';, a very hissing and byword among men.

During his stay he visited the Health Bureau and ob- served sanitation practices and other public health activities.

t • lasli t a I ^ t8«k|l 25' 2I 1 lack 1 .'5, 2 7i 4 iaak 2 00; 3 3i -ic. GRAIN— Wheat, unsettled and feverish, with a moderate export inquiry: receipts 96.000 bus; un"raded sprint; Sl.'.i0("s »io- craphical Encvclopedia, of New Tork State, speaking of "this distinguished physiciun: 'Tie per eived that in each of the natiiral sciences he investigator p.-oceeds according to a advice to « on-uuiptiven, many certificat^of ACTCAL CURBS.

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